University of Minnesota - Gopher Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)

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' .gf ...uk " ,. -- , .V , V. WOM I J i 4 1 1 1 L 1 The GOPHER Published Annually by the Junior Class of the University of Nlinnesota 'lllie Book of the Class of 1 90 5 l I YOLUMIC XVIII IFRESSQF YRGINPU WELL P2 ID '57 AJ H Ai. us IRI S ' COPYRIGHT, 1904 BY EDWARD C. 0,BR1EN CHARLES E SAINSBURY 1-Rmrlug D. CALHOUN 6 "" ' -QQSK, -Q 04-mm e i-3,3 The 1905 GoPH t BoA D. -- 4-we W-iii-F .- H- ,iw Q Q 52 Qflisf 5 C E1 Amt Z !Vfa71ag'zhgE'h?0f I v I 1 Ehior zrz Cbzif' Q 5 ' - - C V ' wzkzeff ana fr ef ? ', q',H71kman6j Afflkf fig' EKEZZD fKP..9.M.,. Am. Arfzlrt V gm' Literar Committee. , . XY A MM t mo S I fm 9 5 5 Chronicle Committee I ' ffeiejzjm 1 ' Em , gilt Coiyqyqitteegg Q41-L4 .2 f 1' Z Departmegt Repreiinatives. Y 'UT Q . I Law Hajj I i it fnegbtjcfhcewvrdf I i D Mmzdzigmi FQ? Pharfrzafj f Dedication l. .lg :J C , . . . .nf Q, 5 in the autumn, still in sunny May, Q ln fond l't'1NClHbI'3l'lCC shall we hold them dezu' 'ZQPQ ' 2 ln whom ll cherished dtezun was realized, ' ' fa: , '3 'llhe crowning triumph of the passing year. l l. 'llhe Gopher Hook unto the Gopher' 'lleum VVe dedicate: to heroes lirzive :ind hold, YVho snatched elusive victory fiom defeat, .-Xnd higher raised the old Nlnroon und Ciold. Greeting I ' E have ealen your Iuneh-room .ffewg '1 "x . ' rv .. , 07' - K 9 Iflfe have drunk your haeleriig hVe have Jeen ji! lo mix inyeur foil! paiifies N s 1 Ni, Q find ihe graft-voir so flea deerv. Plfaf there augh! of eampuf xcanfial, Of fussing, or drilling, or pull, One joy or woe thai we diff na! know? N0 yea!! jfna' fheye pages full. PV e have Awriflea fhe fale gf our igfe For a raflege peoplelv mirth, In jexfing guise,-hu! ye are fwixe, fimiye know wha! the jeff if -worth. The Universit Up o Date By Charles Flint lVlcClumpha, Ph. D. .' o,:x."" '5 .-'., ,. , .:1 .un o -.' . -. n.: w 7 1 X r 1 Y i x 1 V Q u a HIL UNINILRSIIY O14 lVllNNltbOlA with 1 405 'YR ' its four thousand students and twentv buildin s Q Q A V . . . . - . , - . g N .' is an institution ol which the btate of Minnesota E i .tg-f may be justly proud. American progress and If-'ffa 0 , j-Qftiff development are not myths. American education ' ago had is a modern miracle. The growth of the state ', ' ,sf--' '-f. Q1 ' ,' Universities is a verified legend. The University ".',- m ,I ,gs of Nlinnesota has not the development, the cult- ' ure, the scholarship, of the universities of the old world, nor even of its sister institutions in the eastg but it contains possibilities which in their rapid growth give promise of equal efficiency and corresponding importance. The changes which have taken place in this University during the last decade are worthy of note. There is much to praise, much to criticize. The rapidity of growth, the complexity of organization, the varied interests and purposes of education, the increasing responsibilities of the enlarged departments, are some of the many features which might be treated in an extensive survey of the progress of this University. Such difficult problems, however, interesting and important though they may be, are not to be solved in the present article. lt is our purpose to sketch in a very brief and supere iicial manner some of the visible and more material improvements and alterations that are to be noted in the everyday life about us. i"N"Yf HF. UNIVERSITY believes in territorial expansion. That C 3 advancement of its frontiers, however, has not followed the l ' course described by Berkeley, "VVestward the course of em- ! . . 5 pire takes its 1way," but thentrencl has been rather towards -.pt X the east. lhe purchase ot property east of the' Qampus ' proper by the Athletic Board of Control is very significant. The expansion of the University in days to come is bound to follow in the wake of that movement started by this same Board. Another generation will hnd the easterly limits of the grounds bounded by Oak Street. lt is at the eastern side of the Campus that we find the greatest changes. The building of the so-called Armory or Gymnasium, in 1896, was one of the II largest and most costly undertakings since the construction of the Library. Standing on the eastern limits of the broad sweep of Campus, grand and stately with its long line of solid wall, cutting the sky-lines with its embattled turret and tower, the structure suggests the military power and athletic strength for which it was primarily built. lt might truly be called the Temple of Physical Culture and Social Life. fvf BOUT THE GYMNASIUM the social life of the Uni- versity has already begun to make its history. The will bring back many of the pleasantest memories of student days, have found a home here. Picture the many festive scenes to be enacted hereg how oft will the sound of revelry by night be heardg how many times will the gay bunting and class-colors decorate its inner walls for the Senior Promenade and the Junior Ball, and how again its outer walls will reverberate with the shouts and applause, the Ski-U-Mahs and the megaphone blasts as the champion dashes across the enemy's line with the victorious pig-skin. And last, and saddest of all, how many a procession will wend its way thither- ward at Commencement to receive the greatest honor and the final testimony that the Alma Mater has in her power to grant-the sheep-skin. From this great hall as from the "hall at old Caerleonl' shall go forth many a knight on the modern quest of the Golden Trail! The acquisition of the property south of the Gymnasium through the eH'ort of the Athletic Board of Control and the generous Hnancial aid of Mr. Alfred Pillsbury has greatly changed and improved the appearance of the Campus, Greater Northrop Field, as the enlarged athletic grounds have been named, is the Stadium of the west. The whole University has reason to be grateful for the munificence of the Pillsbury family. The substantial brick wall about the Field gives it an aspect of permanency as well as beauty. It is in harmony with the soft colors and long lines of the Gymnasium. Taken as a whole, this grouping of wall and solid building produces a most pleasing effect. I ra 5 1 ' . . , sports, recreations, and amusements, those hours which F' Q OU 5,35-ff HILE THE UNIVERSITY has been expanding, it has also been defining and confining its boundaries. The construction of the fence and gateways along University Avenue is another evidence of the liberality of the heirs of the late Mr. Pillsbury. The gift of this memorial fence together with the beautification of the Campus has been ofinestimable benefit. Every student that enters the new gate at I2 i Fourteenth Avenue feels the difference between the old, slovenly, unkempt appearance of the broad sweep of Campus and the present order and beauty, prophetic of even better things to be. The fence is a great success. Dress a child in white and it will take pride in keeping clean. Everyone con- nected with the University has a sense of pride in its more attractive surroundings. The fine old oaks, the pleasant walks over the green, the picturesque view of the grand Nlississippi flowing southeast under the high bluffs will leave an everlasting impression on the minds of those who from day to day and year to year pursue their life of study here. These charms, these memories will sink into our minds, will become a part of our lives, and we too shall have a poet to sing: "Ye distant spires, ye antique towers, That crown the watery glade." '. . . - ' sp . -LATURE is the cleverest landscape gardener. lt , Q: I t " was she who directed the Father of Waters to x cut his way throu h the vlain and leave the ' 5 wifi 5 i' high bluffs' on whigh the haind of man has built ,I Q Q the halls of the University, The distribution ' X of the buildings over the Campus has not been A g :T made with forethought. They have been ' A placed by hazard rather than by law. Such ' -' costly and excellently planned structures as the new Physics and lVlining buildings have lost their potential beauty by their unfortunate location. University Avenue should have been made the back door of the University. The Campus should have been left to face the river. One great building, planned to contain all the laboratories and recitation halls, should have been erected along the avenue. The entrance to the Campus should have been made by passages through this long building, passages built like great gateways surmounted by towers. Passing under the great building by these vast portals one would then enter the Campus and find himself facing the river, the distant city, and the setting sun. Such famous sites as the Victoria Embankment on the Thames, the Riverside Drive of New York, and Summit Avenue of St. Paul, would have paled before the splendor and grandeur of the Campus of the University of lVlinnesota. We shall build anew some day, the present structures of brick will not endure forever, some Augustus will come and "leave it of marble." Naturally he will adopt the plan just outlined. The day is not far distant when University Avenue, at least that part of it opposite the Campus, will be a sort of annex to the University. 14 N I 5 X J Already four fraternities have taken up their residence here, namely: Chi Psi, Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Delta Phi, and Delta Tau Delta. The most valuable building sites remaining have been secured by such other fratern- ities as Alpha Phi, Psi Upsilon, Phi Kappa Psi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, and the University Catholic Association. Possibly, here too may be located the much desired Woman's Building. This last improvement is not an idle dream, it is a present necessity. There is nothing more ugly, more in- consistent with education and with the culture supposed to follow education, than the way in which the young women of this University are left ex- posed to the cheapness and commonness of the average boarding house. An investigation of the surroundings in which many women students find themselves placed here would form an interesting chapter in the history of University life. lt should not be left to the Woman,s League to remedy this. lt is a duty for the authorities of the University itself to perform. The refinement that comes from beautiful environments-is more valuable to the people of Nlinnesota than a four-year course in the history of art. Education should never be separated from sanitary and elevating con- ditions of life. ".:f.::"' ' - , . A H ILE these visible forms of outward growth ,Q V56 -L' - have manifested themselves, other import- ' ' ant, though unseen, developments have lg taken place in the many objects and inter- ests that combine to make the so-called life of the University. These objects and ins terests are the evidences of culture, of the "scientific passion for knowingf of the increase of academic consciousness. They are the tap-roots that strike vigorously downward into the soil and procure nourishment and stability for the plant above. One of these more recent developments is the increased interest in debate. A few years since there was no such thing as a debating team. The establishment of the inter- collegiate debate at first seemed to arouse no special enthusiasm among the literary societies and debaters of the University. But through the heroic efforts of instructors and the ready response of students this has all been changed. To obtain an appointment on one of the teams is now held an honor, to win one of the championships in an intercollegiate debate is regarded as a victory second to none. lmmense gain could be made in one line of University interests, namely, in the literary organizations, could they have a habitation and a 1 ,, U' r VIE-, 3-aj-:. 3., 1-'f-3 ,Q-' 16 W O i9 I 7 w l place. The power for culture inherent in these organizations cannot be calculated. If these societies could be banded together to build a common club house, a structure which would be symbolic of their greatness and importance in general culture, in the individual life of each student, there would be a more united effort and a more permanent zeal in the promotion of literary interests. Such a Society House would be to this University what the historic Debating Union has been to Oxford University. Such an institution would be a Students' Club. It could be equipped with a general reading-room and numerous other accessories that would meet the peculiar needs of students in this University. As it is, when a student leaves the class-room and laboratory he is forced to seek his amusement and rest in some resort that corresponds to the cheapest corner-grocery of a frontier town. A University which offers only a few hours ofubook- larnin" to four thousand young men and women is only half equipped. NWN!! WO important interests have been added to the features of C 3 the religious world of the University within the past half- ' ' decade. These are the establishment of the University f Q . 5 Liberal Association and the University Catholic Associa- -Iq ll tion. The latter Association has already secured a place n' . , , , . . . opposite the Qampus for a Church House. lhis will become the center of social and religious life among the Catholic students. The University Liberal Association can hardly be called a religious society. lts chief purpose is to provide students with a course of lectures upon liberal subjects, to present those topics more suited to emancipate "the mind from every narrow provincialism, whether of egoism or tradition," and simultaneously to foster good fellowship and broad charity among its members. Such an organization as this could easily join hands with the literary societies in the Hmunding of a students' club. ' - N l NO I Hhli vhase of student life is the Dramatic .D Q' 4 , . l , . . 'J Y Club which was started seven years ago. I his .. -. Club has a commendable purpose and has W A been very successful in the short period of its V existence. lt has sometimes Ruled to grasp :. , kv, , 3 the higher ideals of an intellectual entertain- .. f fa, b ment. The "gay science" often finds the . H V 'I ' ' u straight way a hard one to travel. The pre- sentation of dramatic literature is one thing and the presentation of a popular success is another. By a community's entertainments its general culture may be 13 T 1 IO quickly gauged. A man cannot lift himself over a stone wall by his boot- straps. A University dramatic club has a rare chance. It can produce those masterpieces of English drama which the cheap stage of today fear to present lest the box-oHice receipts will tally with the cheapness of the stage itself. But thatys another story! The University Dramatic Club, however, has shown its ability and has proved its right to live, it has in- terested a number of students and aided in the development of their histrionic skill. lt is enlisted on the side of general culture, and, if rightly directed, it will make for art and higher appreciation of artistic life. This same history and criticism may be recounted of the organiza- tions known as the Glee Club and Nlandolin Club. The establishment at the University of a so-called School of lVlusic should provide a means for the encouragement and for the rendition of more music, particularly music of classical character. Today we can only register the beginnings of things artistic. Five decades hence the chronicler mayjokingly refer to our "small beer.'l '. X f k ".'g.N the other hand, there is a practical side to art, - 'K' C5 .Q and the journalistic efforts of the past few years , I. may be said to represent the growth of practical " ffq .- literature. lt is a relief to find the Arie! that KJ I ,. . it 1' "howl'd away twelve winters," more or less, r - finally freed and a new Dzzilv, "correspondent to commandf, doing Ariells Uspriting gently." Q, CAS College journalism kills a good many birds, ...H . . ., ..2 but it was never known to injure a student. It is really the best and most successful school of journalism ever founded. Departments ofjournalism have been established in many eastern universities, with a blare of trumpets, too, but they have signally failed. A good course in daily writing is worth more than so-called courses of journalism. The Daily is an important adjunct to University life. lt supplies the demand for news, and experience shows that the better the news the higher the grade of the journal. When the University outgrows its small clothes the Daily will be ready to don its doublet and hose. 39" HIS is true also of the Minnesota Nlagazine. An effort C 3 was made last year to widen the scope of this monthly l ' periodical. This was a step in the right direction. But f Q . 'T it must not be forgotten that this periodical is primarily .Int a literaryjournal. rl he reason for its existence, domain of its influence, will always be commensurate with the nature and extent of culture to be found in the body of this University. 20 The University is a society quite distinct from other forms of society. lts interests are peculiar, Jui gmerix, and an attempt to make a Popular Science Nlonthly or a Ladies' Home journal of the "Mag." would be a serious shock to our collegiate traditions, if not a defeat of the real purpose of the monthly publication. Another publication, drawing its news from University doings, but planned to interest those not in actual attendance on the various collegiate functions and departments, specially written to keep the alumni in touch with University aliairs, is the Alumni VVeekly. This, together with other publications, such as the Engineers' Year Book, The Gopher, and the High School Moiithly, is published in the interest of special organizations and classes. ' . , f '.. 'H' ' i 4... '...'. .... ii i - x'! i HUS from year to year the University has been 1 .al Vin, -' deepening and widening its powers and oppor- Q g tunities. As it has extended its plant in a ,. E ,NI material manner, so from year to year it will 9 Q Riff:-:',' endeavor to raise its standard of education and f. bb gf to occupy a more exalted place among the in- .' Qfin, .,:"QQ stitutions of higher learning. Z.',.' . , , , Should the present readers of the Gopher ' 0 "' M return, at the end of a half century, they will find a greater University of lWinnesota, more elaborately equipped, more complete in its organization, more thorough in its scholarship, but hardly more sincere than the University of today in its efforts to give the best that it possesses or to inspire its students with nobler ideals of education and life. 21 E Q The Umversity nd i K '-5 - Y , : fig G Y .55 -.4 Pmmmaxun be mms offwomjm Qfmam-A-fc. 'Ufkrmmygam 3 3 idhlfff Allmmg years Uukmr umnuzsib fihgy 1111! f .M S Q: -33Q,t,..F- X ,M 111114-1, 6 f-'ba C1 1' oil t MM. Qffiaiigagfif msffsa D1 gjefigvbk ave, X1 .. 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'll I 'rrfyg 1 1 5 W 31.5. ff Q 1-- 1 1 f'-'effff .-X f- A ' 1 .f 1 X '-ff .-ff - -4.1 .. . - f Y 1 - ' Lf! 3 11 ,gf 11' fu.-. .15,"'w 559.155 l,+..f2f.fa.ef 41- Ml'1"Og5j. , J I ', 1 W QQ' '-I Egigrff , ,X I ,I rf. ,V '92, .5 Z.,-i , i ' A ll .rg 'uXl',i,:3f K l,',1f, qi? ,lk-xx, N.-I J "' N - x H -1 N lf.-f 1 ' 14 Y' ,lf X. gl., 1 ii, 6, t Q AQ A gilgbfiyg E235 0 5 - Q . Q , . A , A -' 5 - e C, 'Gr' L, " .11 G 'roi 9 0 :J -1' QP- QQ """"IEWllll- The BOARD 0 REGENTS. J The Hon. Greenleaf Clark, M. A., St. laul , 1910 President ol' the Board Cyrus Northrop, LL. D., iVlinneapolis , , lix4Ojl'6i0 President ot' the Universitx The Hon. Samuel R. Van Sant, VVinona , Ex-Oljirio Governor of the State The Hon. VV. Olsen, Albert Lea , , fix-Ojjikio State Superintendent ot' Public lnstrntti 1 The Hon. Stephen Mahoney, B. A., Minneapolis 1907 Secretary of the Board The Hon. 0. C. Striekler, M. D., New Ulm , 1907 'Ilh I116S 'I , Minneapolfksfg 1907 The Hon. Iilmer F. Adams, B. A., Fergus Falls 1909 The Hon. Thomas VVi1son, St. Paul , , 1909 The Hon. VVilliam M. Liggett, Benson 1909 The Hon. A. li. Rice, Willmai' , , 1909 The Hon. Eugene W. Randall, Morris , 1910 24 U VN 'iii I-'C' e-4 'M ll mfg? ' fil l 'Mi aware'- gsm! angina l 4 i N171 xi' N Q l i , ' 1 l 3. 'Y fljijflllfl 'A' I K X yf-1 I 1' S X Q"kCl N M fx 4 I -' 713- l 4 W1 'I Yi J .-fp' 'L . 1 2 l - ' . - . f .. ' 2 ' f1"'1'S X. W Q ' 'P . ' - Q . 4 iri-gli M, " ,sfs5s.j5f.ggjfrsliiifgfsisffaigf: S., mb. I ' -mi W Q' Am -.If - ' 4. 9 1 5' , - ..i ,LLL 'f:"f,ss-::f.5fffHf-if W r .-J ,, ,w,, . , ,,,.. J ....,,.,.., ?TA an .......... . .,.......... Lf, fTl.N..V, F -...,.x.4.. .... .... -..... ..................... M A . '4 f 1 l "f?lIi', 11, .1 L 'K 1 in flllll un 1' M If .Rial-ft f . , iii. --' l , iff ' K' L' 4 ' MQW:-M 21 ' . . f 'f I ' -M i l Ny T'-5255" Q .5 1 ff ' - yd? X1- .eg 1,2 X l MWC ,M M512 3 ,, M , X .-. L J f' i . I f Q:i,ff!5,g:g:1 -' 1 5 V I . f V M I 4K V ' 'falllmlii " .2 ow L The FAC ULTY. Executive O ffieers THE UNIYERSVFY Cyrus Northrop, Ll.. D., Pfwidffzf E. Bird johnson, B. S., RrlQfv'fl'rll George H. Hayes, firrozzfffnzff am! P1n'flw1,vi11g fzfgrvff THE COLLEGES AI. F. Downey, M. A., C. E., Dum qfllu' Cafffgf Qf-S1'f1'!lL'1', Lfl'1'I'11flll'1' um! ilu' firm Frederick S. Jones, M. A., Dfllll Qflfllf Colhgf Qf-E7lgf1Il'1'l'f1!,Q am! flu' 1Wn'lv111ir firm Willirnn R. Appleby, M. A., Dfw! Qf-fflf Suhoof gf' !Wim1f VVilliam M. Liggett, Dfw! f11111'Di1'fftor Qftlff Cfofblgfr' qf fiQ'l'fi'IlfflIl'1' William S. Pattee, LL. D., Dum Qflhr' C.'af!fgfQf'I.f1fc Parks Ritchie, M. D., Dffzfz Qfifhf Cfafffgf af Mt'1fI'1'flll' amf Szzzlqffiy Eugene L. Mann, M. A., M. D., Daw Qftlu' Cfnflqqf qfHaf1n'opf1fl'if NVillia1n P. Dickinson, D. D. S., Dum qfthr Cfafffgr Qf'IJf11ti,rf11v Frederick Vilulling, Ph. G., Dum Qffhf Cldffllgt' qfPlu11'1fn1ri' Dexter D. Mayne, P1'i11r1jJf1!qftf1f Sclwaf gf' f7gz'ir1zff1n'f LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS Wlilliam Vivatts Folwell, LL. D., Lfb7Y17'flI7l Lettie M. Crafts, B. L., Arffftrzfzf Libzvzfiazz Ina Firkins, B. L., Library' Af.l'f.l'fllllf Anna L. Guthrie, B. A., Library' A i',-' ixtfuzl Mary S. Mclntyre, B. S., Lfb7'H7'fIll1 flu' Sffzoaf qf14g1'fflzff11n' Thomas G. Lee, M. D., Lfbl'I17'f1lll qfihf Dfjmrtfffezzt qf Jwnfifizzf' Hugh E. VVillis, LL. M., Liffllffllil qftln' Calffgf qfLmc Christopher VV. Hall, M. A., C11rrz!01'qffZur Gmlagiml Nllzffzzzzf Henry F. Naehtrieh, B. A., Czzrfztm' Qflfhf ZoofogfmlM'1m'11m Allen VV. Guild, Supfwizztvlzdffzt qfB1zfldi1,fgf Edwin A. Cuzner, Szzpffifztffzdfflt gf Grazzfzdf 26 fwnfififff ami Slll'g't'l1l' EN 27 The College of Science, Literature and the Arts F-Q7 YRUS NORTHROP, LL. D., Prexicieni. N X if Williani VV. Folwell, LL. D., Prqfessor Wfljolificni Science. - I Jabez Brooks, D. D., Senior Prqfersor W' Greek. i John G. Moore, B. A., PTWF65507 gf German. N Christopher VV. Hall, M. A., Profesxor gf Geology and 'D ' X MiH6VlZ!0g'3'. John C. I-Iutchinson, B. A., Prqfewor gf Greek. John S. Clark, B. A., Prqfersor qflotin. John F. Downey, M. A., C. F., Prqfemor qflllczlkenznfics. Ma1'ia L. Sanford, Prqfescor MRheforic nnci Eiocnlion. Charles W. Benton, M. A., Litt. D., Prqfesfor Wflfrench. Henry F. Nachtrieh, B. S., Prqfesfor qfdninmf Biology. Frederick S. Jones, M. A., Prqfeysor WfPhyJics. Conway MacMillan, M. A., .PrW'e55or q'Bo!onv. VVillis M. VVest, lVl. A., Prmzrsor Wfflisioijv. George B. Frankforter, lVl. A., Ph. D., Prqfefsor ofCneini.vlrvzzncz' Direclor of the Scfoooi WF Cheniixlry. Francis P. Leavenworth, M. A., Prqfefsor qfdrfronongf and Director grille Oorerfvcztory. Frederick Klaeber, Ph. D., Prq'e.v.vor W' Conipczrolifve and Englirlz Plziioiogy. Joseph Brown Pike, M. A., Prqfeiyor Wflnzfin. John S. Carlson, Ph. D., Prjessor W'Scnno'incwinn Languages and Lilerninre. Charles P. Sigerfoos, Ph. D., Prqfessor qfZooiogy. Frank L. McVey, Ph. D., Prqfesror Wffloiilicczi Econongx John Zeleny, B. S., B. A., flsfocinfe Prqfeffor qfljbysics. Samuel G. Smith, Ph. D., LL. D., Prqfefsor of Socioiogy. Charles F. McClumpha, Ph. D., Prqfessor qfEn,g!islz Lilerniure. George Francis James, Ph. D., Prqfessor qfljecingogy. Norman Wilde, Ph. D., Professor Mljlziiosopny and Pfycloology. Emil Oberhoffer, Prq'e55or qfflflnsic. George H. Morgan, Major of U. S. A., Prqfessor gf Miiilnry Science and Tactics. Matilda Wilkin, M. L., fifsisfonf Prqfefsor gf German. Charles F. Sidener, B. S., oisriyfiznl Prqfessor qfClzenii.ftry. Edward Eugene McDermott, M. S., Asfistcznt Prcfesfor yflibeloric and Elocufion. 28 Edward li. Nicholson, M. A., fissirfrznf Prqfesfor M Clf76771i5f7iY Louis Cooke, M. D., Direclor of Qvmnasium Henry L. VVillian1s, M. D., Direflar qffilbfffifs Frank M. Anderson, M. A., flssislrznf Prqfwyor 0fHi5!01jv Carl Schlenker, B. A., flffislanl Prqfesror WfGermfm Albert B. VVhite, Ph. D., fi.f5i.rtfzn! Prg"e.v.rar qffliffory VVilliani A. Schaper, Ph. D., fivfisfrzfft Prqferror zy'P0!ifimZ Sfienfc' George N. Bauer, Ph. D., firfiffzznf PrM'55or Qf1ilJlZf!9E7l7fZfi6'5 Charles A. Savage, Ph. D., firriylzzfzf IJTWEJ507' qflmzfin john lf. Granrud, Ph. ll, ff.fJ'i5f!Z11f P7'Wr65507' QFLQIZ21 .lohn Parsons Beach, n'.f5i.vfzz11! Prqfeffor of rllmir Francis B. Potter, M. A., ,1'.t.vi5!zzn! lJrq'f.t50r Wfffncgffirb Hope McDonald, M. S., flfxifnmf Prqffsxor 0fHi.ff01jv Edward M. lfreenian, B. S., Arrirlzznf P1'q'e.v50r MBUMJQV Josephine lil. 'l'ilden, M. S., dssixlfznf Prqfeyxor WF Crjipfogfzfizir Bonzai INS'l'RLlC'l'ORS l X ' RNOLD AZBMAR, French S , N 'i -loseph VV. Beach, M. A., Rlzeforif I I A Frederick li. Beckman, Ph. D., Sfzziziffz amz' I'l7t"l7L'!I Lf Q lininia Bertin, f'l7'6'7IffI ' 29 Iohn C. Brown, finimfz! Biofo v 'wifnv - Q , . 3' "' Oscai C Burkhard, B. A., German Anna M. Butner, lJf4V.ff6'll! Czzflmfe lrwin A. Churchill, Pofifimf SL'fL'l1L'6' Henrietta Clopath, Dm-wing Lillian Cohen, M. A., ChL'7l1f5f7tV Ada L. Comstock, M. A., Rheforic Hans H. llalaker, B. A., Mfz!Z16mfz!ic'.r Samuel N. lleinard, M. A., Senzilif lmzngzzzzge fum' Liferzzfure Henry A. Hrikson, B. li. Ii., Plzyvsifr Oscar XV. lfirkins, M. A., Rlzelaric Haldor B. Gislason, B. A. Rheforif Hverhart P. Harding, Ph. U., ClbE7lZfJ'f7:l' Arthur M. Johnson, Bylaw' .lane Kennedy, M. D., 1WL7Ifft'!lf Exfzflziner for lifomen Jennings C, Litzenherg, B. S., Nl. D., Qrmnfzflics Harold L. Lyon, Ph. D., Boffzlav Oscar VV. Oestlund, Nl. A., A11i71za!Bi0Z0g,v Arthur l.. Parsons, IWill6f!l!0g'N' Nlary G. Peck, M. A., Engfirb 29 E. McM. Pennock, Geoiogy Bert A. Rose, Military Band Edward P. Sanford, B. A., Rhetoric Frederick W. Sardeson, Ph. D., Piiieoiitoiogy Waldeinar Schulz, Ph. D., German Royal R. Shumway, B. A., Mothematii'5 David F. Swenson, B. S., Phiiosophv William I. Thomas, Rhetorie Anthony Zeleny, M. S., Physicy SCHOLARS AND ASSISTANTS 'T 'f ERTRUDE M. BALLARD B A Rhetoric Y Y Q Marguerite Barhour, Phyriezzi Cuitiire Q Helen E. Camp, B. A., History - Bernice M. Cannon, B. A., Phiiovopfx LX 43 Marjorie Cole, Cherniftrv Llw' Raymond P. Chase, B. A., Rhetorii Chris Dane, Meehonief Hal Downey, f1l1i777!lZBi0!0gj' Niel S. Dungay, fiiiiriioi Biology Sturle Einarson, flstroiioiiiv Francis Frary, Chemistry Edward Gutsche, Cheiiiirtrv Charles M. Holt, Pedagogy Daisy Hone, M. A., Botany Joseph Hopkins, Cheiiiiftry George H. Johnston, M. A., ljrvefzoiogj' Alois F. Kovarik, Physief Fred Longworth, Cheiiiiftry Linda H. Maley, B. L., Rhetoric Wm. Methley, Chemistry' Lillian Nixon, B. A., Rhetoric Charles D. Poore, Cheiiiirtrv Anton R. Rose, Chemistry Ella C. Ruscoe, Rhetoric Jessie L. Schulten, Rhetoric Frederick R. Schweitzer, Clerk iii Qvrniioriiim O The College of Engineering and the Mechanic Arts FACI' LTY YRUS NORTHROP, LL. D., President Frederick S. Jones, M. A., Dean OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING William R. Hoag, C. E., Pryessor of Civil Engineering, in eharge gf Rear! and Ybpographieai Engineering Frank H. Constant, C. E., Prqfessor W' Striietarai Engineering Frederick H. Bass, C. E., Instraetar in Cifvii Engineering, in eharge of Munieijnai and Sanitary Engineering oi-'EIQERS or THE DEI'.-IRTMENT or MEGHANICAI. ENGINEERING John Flather, Ph. B., Nl. Nl. E., Prjessar qt Meehanieai Engineering William H. Kavanaugh, M. E., Assistant Prqfessar gf Meehanieai Engi- neering, in eharge gf Experirnenta! Engineering Edd C, Oliver, M. E., Instrizeter in Maehine Design Roy S. King, Nl. E., Instruetar in Meelzanieai Engineering William H. Merriman, Instruetar in Machine hfark James M. Tate, Instructor in Carpentrv and Pattern hferh Edward Johnson, Instrnetar in Fouiieig' Praetiee Harry C. Gilmore, Assistant in Carpentry William Agate, Machinist Peter Johnson, flssistant in Forge lVorh Harry W. Dixon, Chief Engineer H. L. VVherland, ,issistant Engineer OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING George D. Shepardson, A. hi., Nl. E., Pryfessa-r if Efeetrieai Engineering Frank W. Springer, E. E., Assistant Pryessar M Eleetrieai Engineering OFFICERS or THE IJEPARTMENTS or ENGINEERING AND MECHANICS, AND IvIATHEMA'I'Ios Henry D. Eddy, C. E., Ph. D., LL. D., Prqfessor gf Engineering ana' .Weehanies Arthur Edwin Haynes, M. S., Nl. Ph., Sc. D., Pryfessar gf Engineering Mathenzaties VVilliam E. Brooke, B. C. E., M. A., Instrueter in Engineering Miztheniaties 31 OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Frederick S. Jones, M. A., Prqfessor W' Physics John Zeleny, B. S., B. A., Associate Prqfessor W' Physics Anthony Zeleny, M. S., Instructor in Plzysics Henry A. Erikson, B. E. E., Instructor in Physics OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY George B. Frankforter, M. A., Ph. D., Prmfessor mf Cliemistry Charles F. Sidener, B. S., Assistant Prmfessor mf Chemistry Edward Nicholson, M. A., Assistant Prqfessor W' Cloemistry OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DRAWING AND INDUSTRIAL ART William H. Kirchner, B. S., Assistant Prcfessor mf Drawing John H. Quense, C. E., M. E., Instructor in Drawing Franklin R. McMillan, Student Assistant in Drawing OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE William W. Folwell, LL. D., Prqfessor mf Political Science William A. Schaper, Ph. D., Assistant Prmfessor of Political Science OTHER DEPARTMENTS GIVING INSTRUCTION Frederick W. Sardeson, Ph. D., Instructor in Geology Edward P. Sanford, M. A., Instructor in English joseph Beach, M. A., Instructor in Englisla George H. Morgan, Major, U. S. A., Prmfessor mf Military Science Francis P. Leavenworth, M. A., Prjessor W' Astronomy William S. Pattee, LL. D., Lecturer on Contracts and Torts STANDING COMMITTEES Enrollment-Professors Constant, Flather, Springer Curriculum- Professors Eddy, Flather, Hoagulones, Shepardson .M Degrees-Dean Jones, Professors Flather, Shepardson, Hoag Library-Professors Springer, Constant, Kavanaugh Military' A-fairs and Atloletics-Professors Hoag, Haynes, Nicholson Students' Work-ljrofessors Haynes, Kirchner, Hoag, Shepardson, Kava naugh, Brooke, Jones Graduate Studies and Degrees-Professor Eddy Program-Professors Kirchner, Bass 32 NON-RESIDENT LECTURERS FOR 1903-O4, Edward P. Burch, E. E., Conmlting Engineer, IVIinneapolis, "Design of an Electric Light and Railway Plant." "Engineering Features of a I-Iydro-Electric Installation" S. C. MeMeen, Teleploone Engineer, Western Electric Company, Chicago, "The Problems and Prospects of Telephone Engineering" A. C. Pratt, Eieelrieni Engineer, Missouri River Power Company, Canyon Ferry, Montana, "The Gperation of a High Tension Transmission Plant" A. L. Rohrer, Eieetrieni Superintendent, General Electric Company, Sche- nectady, New York, "Post Graduate Courses in Electrical Factories" The School of Mines YRUS NORTI-IROP, LL. D., Prefidenl OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENTS OF MINING AND METALLURGY William R. Appleby, M. A., Dean nnez' Prq'e55or gf Mefallnrgj' Charles E. van Barneveld, B.A., Sc., E. M., Prqfessor qfMining Engineering Peter Christianson, B. S., E. M., Instructor in Metnllurgj' Benjamin F. Groat, B. S., Afsfirtnnl Prqfessor qffllnilaemnfies and Meehnnies Edward P. McCarty, E. M., Inflrnelor in Mining Levi B. Pease, M. S., Instrnetor in fisrfiving OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY Christopher W. Hall, M. A., Prqfessor gf Mineralogy' and Geology Charles P. Berkey, Ph. D., lnylrnelor in Mineriz!og,i' OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY George B. Frankforter, Ph. D., Prqfesior of Clzeniiflry Charles F. Sidener, B. S., Asfiffnnf Prqfessor of Clzeinisfry Edward E. Nicholson, M. A., dssinoznt Prwzvsor QF Cheniisfry OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING George D. Shepardson, NI. A., M. E., Profxuor MEZeetrienl Engineering Frank W. Springer, E. E., flssisfnnf ProjQf55or gf Eieefrieni Engineering 33 OFFICERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING John Flather, Ph. B., M. E., Professor gf Meclianical Engineering William H. Kavanaugh, M. E., Assistant Prqfessor Mllfleclianical Engineering OFFICERS OF OTHER DEPARTMENTS GIVING INSTRUCTION Frederick S. jones, M. A., Professor gf Pliysics William H. Kirchner, B. S., Assistant Prjessor of Drawing John Zeleny, B. S., B. A. Res., Associate Prqfessor Q' Playsics The College of Law ri' YRUS NURTHROP, LL. D., President X ,7'1 William S. Pattee, LL. D., Dean ancl Prdessor gf Law? f A Equity ana' International Law l A. C. I-Iickman, A. M., LL. B., Professor ofLaAw-eePleacl- H X X ing and Practice ' ' James Paige, A. M., LL. lVl., Pryfessor Law-Torts ana' Criniinal Law Henry Fletcher, Esq., Prjessor gf Law-Contracts ana' Real Property Edwin A. Jaggard, A. M., LL. B., of tloe Ramsey County Bencla-Yaxation Howard S. Abbott, B. L., the Hennepin County Bar-Corporations Robert S. Kolliner, LL. B., of tlie Hennepin County Bar-Personal Property' LECTCRERS '9 fl FORGE B. YOUNG, LL. B., St. Paul, Minn. ll'ix-As- QV f sociate justice of the State of Minnesotal, Confliit Qt' N 'f Laws ' X Hon. James O. Pierce, Miiineapolis, Minn. flix-judge L A of the Circuit Court of Memphis, 'I'enn.l, Constitu tional jurisprudence and History Hon. C. D. O,Brien, St. Paul, Minn., Criminal Proceclure Hon. John Day Smith, LL. M., Minneapolis, Minn., firnerican Constitu- tional Law Hon. Herbert R. Spencer, Duluth, Minn., Admiralty Law John Cochrane Sweet, LL. M. Minneapolis, Minn., Mortgage Foreclosure fared How, LL. B., St. Paul, Minn. Lancllorcl ancl Tenant 34 Fred E. Hobbs, B. S., LL. B., lustrufftor in fustice and Moot Court Pruetiee Hugh E. Willis, A. M., LL. M., Quiz Mufter und Instruttor in Luw .Sjneriul Letturer upon General Topics for 1920.71-1905 C. W. Bunn, St. Paul, Minn. QGeneral Counsel ofthe Northern Pacific Ry. Co.J The College of Agriculture YRUs NORTHROP, LL. D., President William M. Liggett, Deon Samuel B. Green, B. S., Profesyor of Horticulture uno' Foreftry Harry Snyder, B. S., Prqfexsor gf dgrieulturul Clzemiytrv T. L. Haecker, Prqfessor gf Dulry Huxouuelrv M. H. Reynolds, M. D., V. Nl., Profeuor gf Veterluuri' Nletlielrze uutl Surgery' Willett M. Hays, Nl. Agr., Prqfesxor M flgrieulture Andrew Boss, ffxxoelute Prqfeuor gf Agriculture, in charge Q' live .ftoek Virginia C. Meredith, Prqfestor of Home Eeonomies Frederick L. VVashburn, Nl. A., Profefsor M Entomology Frederick B. Tucker, B. A., Prir1o1,oulSehoolyf ffgrioulture, Eoonomiey INSTRVCTO RS VVilliam Robertson, B. S., dgriculturul Plrvsifs OI. A. Vye, Penmuuslwzjw, Aleeouuty j. M. Drew, Bluekrmitlfiug, Poultry' Juniata L. Shepperd, M. A., Coolelucg, Luurzderiug Margaret Blair, Sewing William A. Wheeler, M. S., W7oozl Tt'L'l77I0l0gVT uufl Disease: M PI'ooel.f H. H. Chapman, Forett Exploitutiou ASSISTANT lNSTRl'C'TORS John A. Hummel, B. Agr., flgrifulturul Chernzstry C. P. Bull, B. Agr., Algrieulture john Thompson, B. Agr., flgrieulture A. Ruggles, B. S. A., Entomology M, L. Erickson, B. S., Forestry 35 College of Medicine and Surgery i, K YRUS NORTHROP, LL. D., President C if, Parks Ritchie, M. D., Dean and Prqfessor mf Obstetrics ' Charles A. Wheaton, M. D., Emeritus Pro essor o Sur er , K 3' . D' Thomas G. Lee, B. S., M. D., Prmfessor WF Histology and U A X X Embryology and Librarian Charles A. Erdmann, M. D., PrW'essor qfdnatomy Richard Olding Beard, M. D., Secretary and Prfyfessor of Pbysiology Henry Martyn Bracken, M. D., L. R. C. S., Edin., Prmfessor qfMateria Medica and Therapeutics Frank Fairchild VVesbrook, M. A., M. D., C. M., Prmfessor WfPatbology and Bacteriology J. W. Bell, D., Professor mf Plzysical Diagnosis and Clinical Medicine Charles Lyman Greene, M. D., Prjessor mf Tbeory and Practice WF Medi- cine Charles H. Hunter, A. M., M. D., Clinical Prmfessor WF Medicine and Chief qv Medical Clinic Everton Abbott, A. B., M. D., Clinical PfQf'6550f QCMedicine and Cbief of Medical Clinic Henry L. Staples, A. M., M. D., Clinical Prqfessor Q' Medicine James H. Dunn, M. D., Professor mf Surgery Frederick A. Dunsmoor, M. D., Prjessor Q'Operati'Ue and ClinicalSurgery James E. Moore, M. D., Prqfessor mf Clinical Surgery J. Clark Stewart, B. S., M. D., Prqfessor mf Principles mf Surgery Justus Ohage, M. D., Professor of Clinical Surgery john T. Rogers, M. D., Prqfessor WF Clinical Surgery Arthur Gillette, M. D., Prqfessor Q' Ortbopedic Surgery A. B. Cates, A. M., M. D., Prqfessor W' Obstetrics Alex Stone, M. D., LL. D., Professor gf Diseases QF Women Amos W. Abbott, M. D., Clinical Professor mf Diseases WF Wonien A. McLaren, A. B., M. D., Clinical Prqfessor qfDiseases of Woinen John F. Fulton, Ph. D., M. D., Prqfessor of Ophthalmology and Otology Frank C. Todd, M. D., Clinical Prmfessor M Opbtloalmology and Otology C. Eugene Riggs, A. M., M. D., Prmfessor WfNerfoous and Mental Diseases W. A. Jones, M. D., Clinical Prqfcssor mf Nervous and Mental Diseases Thomas S. Roberts, M. D., Professor qf Diseases mf Cbildren lWax P. Vander Horck, M. D., Prjessor gf Diseases mf tbe Skin and af the Genito- Urinary System 36 W. S. Laton, M. D., Prq'essor Q' Diseases mf the Nose ancl Throat Arthur Sweeney, M. D., Prqfessor gf Medical Yurispruclence J. E. Schadle, M. D., Clinical Prqfessor Q' Diseases M the Nose ancl Throat CORPS OF CLINICAL PROFESSORS AND INSTUCTORS an 'i URNSIDE FOSTER, M. A., M. D., Clinical Pryessor , mf Diseases Q' the Skin ancl Lecturer upon History W' ' Q Medicine D D James T. Christison, M. D., Clinical Prqfessor ofDiseases L I - J W' Clzilclren C Nootnagel, M. D., Clinical Prqfessor M Mcdiciizc L. A. Nippert, M. D., Clinical Professor if Medicine H. O'Brien, M. D., Clinical Prqfessor gf Surgery J. Warren Little, M. D., Clinical Prmfessor mf Surgery George D. Head, B. S., M. D., Prqfessor q'Clinical Microscopyi ancl Medi- cine Herbert VV. Davis, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Ohstetrics George Nl. Coon, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Cenito-Urinary' Diseases Andrew M. Henderson, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Medicine J. L. Rothrock, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Pathology ancl Chnecology L. B. Wilson, M. D., Senior Demonstrator in Pathology S. M. VVhite, B. S., M. D., flssistant Prqfessor qfPatlzology ana' Bacteriology William M. Chowning, B. A., M. D., Yunior Demonstrator J Pathology and Bacteriology H. C. Carel. B. S., Assistant Prffessor mf Chemistry Winfield S. Nickerson, Sc. D., Alssistant Prmusor of Histology Margaret L. Nickerson, M. A., Instructor in Histology M. Russell Wilcox, M. D., Demonstrator in Physiology Eleanor M. Wilkinson, Instructor in Physiology and Dietetics H. K. Read, M. D., Deinonstrator of Anatomy George E. Senkler, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Physical Diagnosis A. W. Dunning, M. D., Clinical Instructor in N erfvous and Mental Diseases Frederick Leavitt, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Ohstetrics J. C. Litzenberg, B. S., M. D., Clinical Instructor in Ohstetrics F. R. Wright, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Dermatology ancl Gcnito- Urinary Diseases A. E. Benjamin, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Gynecology H. P. Ritchie, Ph. B., M. D., Clinical Instructor in Gynecology H. L. Williams, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Qvnecology S. P. Rees, B. S., M. D.,Instructor in Physical Diagnosis and Clinical Meclicine 37 A. T. Mann, B. S., M. D., Clinical Instructor in Surgery Judd Goodrich, M. D., Clinical Instrucior in Surgery Warren A. Dennis, M. D., Clinical Instrueior in Surgery A. R. Colvin, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Surgery E. V. Appleby, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology William R. Murray, B. A., M. D., Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otology John B. Brimhall, M. D., Clinical Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery Alfred Lind, B. S., M. D., Lecturer in Mechano-therapy' CLINICAL AND LABORATORY ASSISTANTS in 'Z S. NICKERSON, B. S., Instructor in Chemistry f A. A. Law, M. D., Assistant in Operative Surgery' ' Q. R. A. Campbell, M. D., Assistant in Diseases qftloe Nose J D and Throat L , , , ' A Charles R Ball, M. D., Assistant in Nervous and Mental Diseases Walter Ramsey, M. D., ffssistant in Pediatrics David Lando, M. D., Assistant in Medicine E. R. Hare, M. D., Prosecior in finatoniv W. H. Condit, B. S., M. D., dssistant in Materia Medica and Surgery' George D. Haggard, M. D., Assistant in Physiology P. A. Hoff, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine Lester VV. Day, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine james T. Gilfillan, M. D., fissistant in Clinical Medicine Marion A. Mead, M. D., Assistant in Laryngologj' L. 0. Dart, M. D., Assistant in Pediatrics H, L. Ulrich, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Microscopy R.,E. Farr, M. D., Assistant in Surgery A. M. Webster, B. A., Instructor in Latin UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS GIVING INSTRUCTION AND ASSISTING IN LABORAFORIF In Anatorny--Karl Klemer In Histology and Enihryology-Herbert Coulter, E. F.. Olander, C. VV. Wilkowski, E. Hynes, C. C. Tyrrell In Bacteriology and Pathology-Chelsea Pratt, H. W. Old, D. L. Tilder- quist, F. C. Schuldt, W. F. Braasch, F. W. Davis In Surgical Pathology-O. W. Rowe In Chemistry--A. E. Carr, M. Lando 38 College of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery YRUS NORTHROP, LL. D., Presidenl Eugene L. Mann, A. B., M. D., Dean of fine Coffegc, 69+ lrlndicott Arcade MATERIA MEDICA AND TI-IERAPEUTICS W. Ii. Leonard, A. B., M. D., Senior Prqfeuor, Andrus Building, Minneapolis F. A. Babendrier, Lerfnrer on Pf7ll7'Wl!ltlV PRACTICE OF MEDICINE G. E. Clark, Ph. B., M. D., Senior Profe,v.vor, Stillwater, Minn. O. I-l. Hall, M. D., Affyooinfe Profkxvfor, Reno! Dixmyor, lfrnst Building, St. Paul D. W. Horning, A. B., M. D., Asrocinfe Prdessor, .Di56!l565 Wfllmrf and Lungs, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis. Anna H. I-Iurd, Phm. D., M. D., Lfrluror, Diffuse: qflifood and Durlfexr Glzzndr, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis. CLINICAL, MEDICAL AND PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS G. E. Ricker, A. B., M. D,, Senior Prqkvsor, City Hospital, Minneapolis. D. W. Horning, A. B., M. D., ffsxooirzfe Profsavfor, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis. S. G. Cobb, M. D., A. G. Phelps, M. D., H. D. Newkirk, lVI. D., Aysisfants. SURGERY R. D. Matchan, M. D., Senior Prqfefsor, Masonic Temple, Minneapolis. VV. S. Briggs, M. D., Senior Professor fClininz!j, Ernst Building, St. Paul. J , w A. IL. Comstock, M. Sc., M. D., I rofeuor, Regional Surgery, N. Y. Life Building, St. Paul. A. Booth, M. D., Lecturer, Orllzopzzedizz, Andrus Building, Minneapolis. W. B. Roberts, A. B., M. D., Leclurer, Gener1z!Surgerv, Pillsbury Build- ing, Minneapolis. P. A. I-ligbee, M. D., H. D. Newkirk, M. D. firyislonfs. 39 OBSTETRICS B. H. Ogden, A. B., M. D., Senior Prqifssor, Ernst Building, St. Paul Hugh Tungstead, M. D., Associate Prqfessor, 829 16th Avenue North, Minneapolis OYNAECOLOOY George F. Roberts, M. D., Senior Prjessor, Pillsbury Bldg., Minneapolis R. R. Rome, M. D., Prqfessor, 900 22nd Avenue South, Minneapolis E. E. Austin, M. D., Prjessor, Andrus Building, Minneapolis F, S. Beckley, M. D., fissistnnt MENTAL AND NERvOUs D1sEAsEs AND MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE A. P. Williamson, LL. M., M. D., Senior Prqfessor, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis OPHTHALMOLOGY F. M. Gibson, M. D., O. et A. Chir., Prqfessor, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis Ethel S. Hurd, M. D., Assistant RHINOLOOY AND LARYNGOLOOY H. H. Leavitt, M. D., Prqfessor, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis OTOLOGY Eugene L. Mann, A. B., M. D., Professor, Endicott Arcade, St. Paul Anna H. Hurd, Phm. D., M. D., Assistant SKIN AND GENITO-URINARY DISEASES C. H. Neill, M. D., Medical Building, Minneapolis PAEDOLOOY H. M. Lufkin, M. D., Prqfessor, Germania Life Building, St. Paul Margaret Koch, M. D., Assistant ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICS Ethel S. Hurd, M. D., Leoturer, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis ANATOMY C. A. Erdmann, Nl. D., Prqfessor, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis PHYSIOLOGY R. O. Beard, M. D., Prqessor, Pillsbury Building, Minneapolis 40 HISTOLOGY AND EMBRYOLOGY T. G. Lee, B. S.. M. D., Professor, The University PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY F. F. Wesbrook, M. A., M. D., C. M., Prqfessor, The University The College of Dentistry YRUS NGRTHROP, LL. D., President William P. Dickinson, D. D. S., Dean ana' Prjessor mf Materia Medica, Andrus Building Thomas B. Hartzell, M. D., D. M. D., Prqfessor of Pathology, Therapeutics and Oral Surgery, Andrus Building Oscar A. Weiss, D. M. D., Prqessor mf Prosthetie Dentistry and Ortho- elontia, 506 Masonic Temple Alfred Owre, D. M. D., M. D., C. M., Professor gf Operative Dentistry' and Metallurgy E. Franklyn Hertz, D. M. D., Prmfessor gf Dental Anatomy and Prosthetie Teehnies, Andrus Building James O. Wells, A. M., D. M. D., Prmfessor W' Crown and Briflge-Work and Porcelain Art, Masonic Temple Charles A. lirdmann, M. D., Prqfessor mf Anatomy Richard O. Beard, M. D., Prmfessor mf Physiology H. C. Carel, B. S., Assistant Prmfessor mf Chemistry Thomas G. Lee, A. M., M. D., Professor mf Histology and Embryology VVinfield S. Nickerson, Sc. D., Assistant Professor mf Histology Frank F. Wesbrook, M. A., M. D., C. M., Professor of Baeteriology and Pathology Q S. M. White, B. S., M. D., Assistant Przyfessor qw Baeteriology and Pathology Frank R. Wright, D. D. S., M. D., Lecturer on Anaesthesia and Chief of Anaesthesia Clinie, 403 Pillsbury Building Mary V. Hartzell, D. M. D., Instructor in Comparative Dental Anatomy, Andrus Building H. M. Reid, D. D. S., Instruetor in Prosthetie Dentistry, 4.23 Medical Block Margaret L. Nickerson, M. A., lnstruetor in Histology H. K. Read, M. D., Demonstrator mf Anatomy M. Russell Wilcox, M. D., Demonstrator in Physiology 41 1:11. R. Hare, M. D., Proseetor gf Anatomy James M. Walls, D. M. D., Instruttor in operative Technics and Demon- strator of Operative Dentistry, St. Paul Frank W. Springer, E. F., Lecturer on Eleetricity and its Uses in Dentistry' H. V. Mercer, LL. M., Lecturer on Yurisprudence The College of Pharmacy YRUS NORTHROP, LL. D., President Frederick John Wulling, Phm. D., LL. M., etc., Dean, Prjessor Wt' Pharrnarology and Pharmaceutical Chemistry' Henry Martyn Bracken, M. D., Prqfessor qv Materia Medina and Tlaerapeuties H. C. Carel, B. S., Prqfessor gf Cheniisltfti General, Med- ieal, Analytical and Organic Conway MacMillan, M. A., Professor M Botany' Frederick K. Butters, M. S., Instruetor in Botany and Practical Pharmaeognosv Frank Fairchild Wesbrook, M. A., M. D., C. M., Prqfessor WfBacteriology George B. Frankforter, M. A., Ph. D., Prqfessor gf Organic Chemistry' fljost-Graduatej George Douglas Head, B. S., M. D., Instruttor in Clinical Microseopyy Richard Olding Beard, M. D., Prjessor gf Physiology M. Russell Wilcox, M. D., Instruttor in Physiology Albert M. Webster, A. B., lnstruttor in Medical and Pharmaceutical Latin Gustav Bachman, Ph. M., Instructor in Pharinaey and Lahoratorv Assistant l. H. Derby, B. S., Assistant Prjessor Q' Chemistry VV. H. Condit, M. D., Instructor in Materia Medina C. N. McCloud, Phm. D., M. D., Leeturer on First Aids to the Injured F. A. Loomis, B. S., Assistant in Chen1iealLahoratory A. F. Carr, B. S., Assistant in Cheiniral Lahoratory .12 43 Some of our New Instructors GEORGE H. MORGAN was born at St. Catherines, Ont., January 1, 1855, arrived in Territory of Minn.'1856, lived at St. Paul one year, then with parents moved to St. Anthony. Early schooling, public school of St. Anthony and Minneapolis and University of Minn. Appointed to West Point 1876 from the old 3rd District. Grad- uated from Military Academy 1880. Ap- pointed 2nd Lieutenant 3rd U. S. Cavalry. Served With the regiment until June, 1903, passing through the grades of 1st Lieutenant and Captain, is now Major 9th U. .S Cavalry. Served with the 3rd Cavalry in VVyoming,Arizona and Texas. Breveted ISK Lieutenant and medal of honor in campaign against Apaches in Arizona, 1882, ln 1891 detailed to the University of Minn. for 4 years. Rejoined 3rd Cavalry in 1895. Campaign of Santiago 1898. Appointed Major 28th Vol. Infantry 1899 and served With that regiment in the Phillippines until mustered out May 1, 1901. Rejoined 3rd Cavalry in llocos San Luzon, P. I. Sailed for U. April, 1902. Detailed again at University of Minn. August 1st, 1903. ARNOLD C. C. AZFMAR was born in England of mixed parentage, his father .being a French Hugue- not and his mother Fnglish. He received his early education partly in French Switzerland and partly in his native country, Where he attend- ed Archbishop Whitgift's school at Croydon. Later he studied at the University of Nancy, France. On his arrival in America he spent some time in Boston and Cambridge, giving some lessons in French and Elocution and incidentally training the students of Dartmouth College for their performance of Moliere's "Medecin Malgre Luiw and Shakespeare,s "Two Gentlemen ofVerona." He came to the University of Minnesota in 1902 as instructor if in French, a position which he now holds. 44 Some of our New Instructors VVlLLlAlVl l. THUMAS the son of a blethodist clergyman, was born at l,.ibertyyille, lllinois, on April 8, 1867. His early schooling was received in the lllinois public schools, He graduated from the North- western University with the Class of 1895. His studies at the Northwestern University were the classics, only the last year being devoted particularly to the linglish. After graduation he specialized for two years in Eng- lish at the Chicago University. Later he spent two years as instructor in the Duluth Central High School, coming Hom there to the Uni- versity of' Nlinnesota in 1903. He is now instructor in the Rhetoric Department at the University. HALDOR B. GISLASUN was born in lceland, 1875. He came with his parents to Lyon County, Minn., at the age of two years. His early schooling was obtained in the public schools there, and at lVlarshall High School, from which he graduated in 1896. He entered the University of Minnesota in the same year, taking the classical course. He represented blinnesota in debate with Michigan in 1900 and with lowa in 1901. ln his senior year he took up law in ad- dition to his academic studies. ln 1901-02, he was Principal of Schools at l.ake Benton, Minn. He has taken a course in Ulixpres- sionl' at Harvard, and also has studied in the lalnierson School of Oratoty, Boston. ln 1903 he was appointed instructor in Rhetoric in the University of lVlinncsota. -15 The Class of IQO4 Alois F. Kovarik john W. Dye Ruth L. Cole , A lbert R. Vareo lidgar L. Noyes Colors Red and VVhite Q7fz'rc'r5 46 . President Vice- President , Secretary , 'I!1'C2lSUI'C1' Sergezmt-:lt-arms N l Dwight: Yerxa Thorold Field Lota Foss , Harry Gerrish Philip Carlson The Class of 1905 Colors Orange and Black Offers 48 , President Vice-President , Secretary , Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms 49 The Class of 19o6 George K. Hull John lVlaynard , Genevieve jackson Elmer Adams Horace Reed Cofom White and Yellow CJ-M-C675 JO . President Vice- President , Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms -I The Class of 1907 Augustus H. Kennedy Claude Rossman , Clara Bearnes , Howard H. Hare Floyd S. Loomis Nlontreville Brown Colon White and Green Ojfferf , President Vice-President , Secretary , Treasurer Sergeants-at-arms 52 C cg l w ' J fx I X, v7 1 r", fgngft' I QQQQB f 43 Qs wwf? 65, 'W N 3 f -f ' ff a ff, 2 72 Gif 1,1 '61 'W-KQBW f Q -"" 53' ., ,ff My ' f f c f mf' FV JH '," 1 7 ' fi -QI' .: r-Llx k xl 4 ,V f , X Y- yb 1 F, 1-, fy I x fl ? Q7 :iraq gm , 1 "ff Hifi' ,HU Q". : LIN M X W I -1 .EZZL A X' ' J 'ik W2 I "W la i f Nw X ZIV' " , ' fs I I l'1l' 'P' 1' f fp! NL.,,. fo o .se if N I ,I J' I XX '11, 'iii J, X A o ' ,f gg i? gwf:':we::, M1 o iii' j ,, L'??1'i +1 of -, Vvwwnk 1 M: -rx-,fi f X ll 1 ,f"I,1y 'ff . f 455127 ':'::' "4 '- ' W ff M Af,,gQ if A ,oi HE xxx WW my, r ffl I " "War f t.wl X KY - J . ,I ., 1 I ' , Y N 'Q' ,Wil fi jj! VI N"f!f7if5fi11i:i.,ff f f f 5' W o if o' "'f2fQff:ee:u'!ff"f'f , mp v W f ff ,ff Y -!.i:gg4qmla4,,1!l f ,5 i oi W f 1,10 fr 'liE'n1lll!fgg'Ml 2 ' A ' ' 'i ' , ' 1 1' ll J o - x K 1 f -- o o N V f M f ' H f ,g I. in C, U 19 f f Ml ,ff xcxu' exu- - Y wmiw, J - 15,56 'T -J - J :1-'S--2' ' M f gg isgi-f'j'4j 46 .Ag ws X Eli' -- ii i -9 L ox M I I L fi , :SEM gik ' X Y , , The Eternal Q1CSfi0l1Z Bookworm or Butterfly-which? 53 1905 Class Of'Heers in the Other Colleges The College of Law fDay Class, lVlanton -I. Lamb ,,,,,,,, President Oliver Leverson , Vice-President G. T. Morken , Secretary Roy Baird , , , Treasurer Frank C. lVlcGivern , Sergeant-at-arms The College ol'l,21wfNigl1t Class, VVilliani R. Morris , , , , President Henry A. Courtney , Vice-President Lillian Sterrett Secretary H. A. VVilloughlmy , Treasurer Williziiii G. Clark Sergeant-at-arms The College of Medicine Burt A. Dyar is , President li. Frank Chase , Vice-President Simon P. Seaberg . , Secretary lVliriam li. Griffin , Treasurer August Kuhlmann , , Sergeant-at-arms 54 T h e HHFYBV Lyon , Edward Borgendale Raymond R. lngalls David C. Crouch joseph VV. Deering The VVilliani lVl. ones Carleton C. Adams Florence Foote , lildward l.. HoH'in:1n Giles lj. O' Brien College of Dentistry , ,President Vice-President , , Secretary , Treasurer Sergean t-at-arms College of Pharmacy President Vice- President , Secretary , r1i1'CZ1Sl1l'C1' SCI'gC21I1feflf-ZITINS 55 Thlf unlor Album E . K J : CD ' -Z 56 1 57 t?5"'lt hf'ffhf an si ky ll " r 'Qui' , A i 'sfo QQ P h ala J W wt , lf' 5 f , qi' no ., ?' r i, ,. do 'f-,, ,Y , 'vii will I , i m r , V 1 at ' EN-2, HQ A ' '5 1111-Q39 , ea: as . 7 ' ft X . ff fm College of Science Literature and the Arts I 4' 5 ohn Steele Abbott St. Paul A . St. Paul Central High School X Q junior Ball Association, Chi Psi, Regio 9!, D ' mental Sergeant lVla'ior . O . I 4 ' .4 Charles Edwin Adanis Groton, S. D. fi ,gn 5 f Groton High School M it e 'P S, 5 Addie Runisey Aldrich Nlinneapolis gg 1 , ,. 5 East Mendota uni High School 1 re'i,,i it' i,-. 9 3 VVomen's League r H In ,df i,Vii or 4 ' Y Anne Frances Alexander Lake City WF' QM, ioho city High School lda Nlary Alexander Carver East High School, Nlinneapolis Winner 'O3 Spelling Match, Girls' Glee Club, Scandinavian Literary Society I 54 ri x Sara Alexander Lake City t' Lake City High School 58 6, r w Eff Ks ?g.-'F AQ' Q 1 5-'P' ,- A Q A , L fxvnv- -::L Vyrwkkr , ,. 'N' A -fftvzv ""v'-, :SW Sv t t S 'H S. W my YL M ti, 3, 6 il sr- 4? .xx l 4 K , xi W ,J :LQ mv- m E - A i 5- , - Km F K - I . rl-..,,Qqxg.v'T2f'vv ' 'W J- N fs. ' Anna Louise Allyn St. Paul Q, W Cleveland High School, St. Paul at A v I Secretary of the Greek Club, Y. VV. A C. A. e 4 , we lv Y Abbie Anderson VVells I VVells High School VVOINCDTS League, Y. VV. C. A., Scandinavian Literary Societv james Harrington Armstrong Luverne junior Ball Association, Track Team, Phi Delta Theta Caroline Isabelle Austin St. Paul Central High School, St. Paul VVon1en's League, Y. VV. C. A. Albert M yer Bank Russia North High School, Nlinneapolis Antoinette Griliith Belden Austin Austin High School VVomen's League, Girls' Basket Ball Squad -U if ' c l pr'-'Ao figll T 521537.55 Wy 'Q Q ir, N 5 if A rcl T 9'-Magi?-fr 4. md? 1 :Qs Q . QQQ' , M . ,A . . b nk A!! a l,V, Nl - V, A , 225: - A' . wiv V Q yt , S I X41 an me 'F' 'Q 'S - . - vc -.Y--V smiwgg d M BB 'R Mable Perle Belden Spring Valley v Spring Valley High School VVomen's League, Y. W. C. A. -A K S Margaret George Bell Minneapolis A Central High School ' Q , Y, VV. C. A., Gamma Phi Beta Mai i t . O i f' Sarah Best Fargo, N, D. Fargo High School Qi, Y. W. c. A. Frederick Elliott Biermann, Decorah, Iowa K I Decorah High School Scandinavian Literary Society, U. L. A. vi ' Arthur Blaisdell Fairmont Fairmont High School 4 Castalian Literary Society 5 W Q Alfred C. Bolstad Dawson if S . . 1 R Red Wiiig Seminary Forum Literary Society, Y. M. C. A. 60 .lessie Frances Brooks Nlinneapolis 1 SHS.-Q B . S -ff 2228 V 1 W -. '21, L . . sf i i . W fejff- , is ,!-if Q c W! t Q 'fli'?'t'1lRg4'il . ,S ,i L 1 I 5 ' g I AK H V "F--r f. - err--A-ee,x.: fwfr' 9 Y Emily L. Bonwell Blue Earth Blue Earth High School 4 President Y. VV. C. A., VVonien's League -A . A xr Q 'QW ! Er Qi .vu Louisa Elizabeth Boutelle Marshall W x 'I M .g V- M Marshall High School no xyi ' 1164 Daily Stall, Editor VVomen's lvl21g3ZlIl6, fad is '55 L 'I'reasurer Minerva Literary Society, VVo- C E W ii, nienls League, U. L. A., Greek Clulm. Q in .lessie Wadleigh Boyce Nlinneapolis 5 saoux Falls qs. 11.5 High School Q unior Basket Ball Team Elisabeth Brandenburg Faribault y gm F Y Iiaribault High School ',,g5'.'l" , W H. VV. C A. Hart Leebert Brockway Balaton x Nlankato High School Arena, Y. M. C. A. J ll . r l le' L liiil i X lffiiri fills Central High School 61 lsahelle Victoria Browne lVlinneapolis Central High School NVomen,s League Pearl Buell Hudson, Vvis. Hudson High School Theta Fpsilon, 'llreaurer VVomen,s League Chilo VVeblx Burnham, Carrington, N. U. lN'linneapolis Academy Robert Henry Campbell, Burlceville, Va, Vvest jersey Academy Forum, ,Physics 13 timesj Lillian Flizaheth Carlson Nlinneapolis South High School Scandinavian Literary Society, Greek Club Philip Emanuel Carlson Cannon Falls Cannon Falls High School President Scandinavian Literary Society, Michigan Debating Team, Shakopean 62 5' up - cgtg.. -QS' 'winks' Z 1 ,EE Y , Q5 i M up ci? 5 i ,1,h A , r .ig p no 4 . L 4 Q, ,z W E N ei W4 in w""". xl 1' 'T Ybjfin U' TA 4 252 5' if mb , Egg: pf., gwegi -ngv 'S' , Almena -lane Chilton lfrazee K' x Frazee High School XN'omen's League, Y. VV. C. A. Louise Campbell Clark lVlCI'I'l21Il1 Park Mechanic Arts High School, St. Paul Y. W. C. A,, XVomen's League Helen Clarke Algona, lowa Algona High School Gopher Board, Kappa Kappa Gannna, Sigma Alpha Delta, VVomen's Council, Thalian Literary Society, French Cluh Marion Alice Cole Minneapolis La Crosse lVVis.J High School Y. VV. C. A., Greek Cluh, YVomens League Estelle Conway Minneapolis Sioux City lla.l High School VVomen's League lNlauCle Levina Cooper Zunibrota Zumhrota High School VVomen's League 63 qi. I1 if I i-59 i f I., A is Hffiei 'Jah gm an 1, Georgia F. Cornwell Little Falls Little Falls High School Elizabeth Jennings Cox Nlinneapolis Central High School Captain Girls' Basket Ball Team '04, Captain Class Teams ,O2, '03, Y. W. C. A., Runner-up, Tennis Club 'o3 Agnes Somerville Craig Nlinneapolis Central High School Delta Delta Delta, VVomen's League, Secretary U. L. A. Margaret Ethel Cramer Nlinneapolis South High School Women's League Ella Dix Crounse Nlinneapolis Central High School Y. W. C. A. Nlurray Taylor Davenport Nlinneapolis Central High School 64 lrnia Lee Davis Minneapolis La Crosse High School W'on1en's l.eague, Y. VV. C. A. Florence De Bell, Rosebud Agency, S. D. All Saints' School, Sioux Falls, S. D. Greek Cluls, Y. XY. C. A. Sophie Charlotte De Meules, lN'linneapolis Stevens Point LW'is.l High School W'omen's League Wzlltei' Gordon Dihlule St. Paul Nlechanic Arts High School, St. Paul Alpha Delta Phi, Arena, .lunior Hall Association Leroy laldson Doolittle Luverne l.uverne High School Y. Nl. C. A., Shakopean Sturla liinarson Duluth Duluth Central High School U. L. A. K C 'T ' F9 .- ' my 'Q 5 53 r 'Wg Q' gy ,J ew W E W " 1 Q. . l A . 5.3. Ut 'W . 1 ' A Mark , f' vi" i Lina Frances Evans Brookings, S. D. V South Dakota Agricultural College if Y. VV. C. A., VVO1TXCHlS League ,I x Hlsie Nettleton lalverett Minneapolis A ff Central High School Qgii ' 1? e A A 'GK . I A .a a A 1 'Q' s 'Wm lVIinerva Literary Society Frederick Tracy lfairchild Nlinneapolis Central High School Phi Kappa Psi, Nlandolin Club, junior Ball Association, First Sergeant Co. A, Snake and Skull Carroll Seth Faunce Nlinneapolis Blue Earth High School Y. M. C, A. Kate Talbot Finkle Nlinneapolis lVIoorhead High School Girls, Glee Club, VVonien's League, Helen .Iennings Fish Nlinneapolis Central High School Sigma Alpha Delta, Theta Epsilon, VVomen's League, Y. W. C. A. 66 , In .,,". Sf-kt? Q an-,ffm ,, , VL S, gf' L ,X ,659 Q' v Y r S V K' l 4 -4 if Q 'a. " V "-mf? l' I . 3 'ff' -100 anfv ' , Laura Adellia Foot Red VX'ing Ev, H Red wing High School L Q is Svlvia Stern Frank Nlinneapolis f n' ' - - , , '-gf ' lentralH1gh School K C Gopher Board, Class Basket Ball Team Q S x ' '02, '03, '04, Captain Basket Ball Team O., ., ..,, A '04, President Girls' Rooter Club '03, '04, -i n 'L'- Women's League, Tennis Club W f S me Nl ay Gibson lVlinneapolis 5 Stillwater High School 4 C Q cal-ack Club, Y. w. c. A. i x 9 , ,,,, lg Lois Itthel Goodrich Nlinneapolis lr S eiei 3 . . . . an ,C v' Central High School ' "fb ,YAP J W Mildred Gordon Minneapolis lfast High School Y. W. C. .-X., junior Basket Ball Team Grace Ethel Greaves Glencoe Stevens Seminary Y, VV. C. A., XA'OlHCH'S League 67 5, dtwfiii my J l'-J gg ' ... .Q W Q . .1 A, .4 Q94 af. ' Er fr ...aft A 5 yevexffk Synneva Grindeland VVarren ,n R ,SQ l Q ' kffgsgw . wif lib Ie-"'i.f3,,t A , .ar 4 s. , wl 1 Y A Qs Il, af ,. aff ,Qld VVarren High School VVomen's League, Scandinavian, Y. VV. C. A., Girls, Glee Club Nlatthew VVilliam Halloran Chatfield Chatheld High School Gopher Board, Editor Daily, Inter- Sophomore and Shakopean-Kent Debates, Press Club, U. C. A. Elizabeth Carleton Harden Minneapolis liast High School Rowena Vvilhelmina Harding, Nlinneapolis Central High School Class Basket Ball 'Ileam log, '04, VVo- men's League, VVomenls Magazine Board, Y. VV. C. A. Nlyrtle Holmes Nlankato lVlankato State Normal School Y. VV. C. A., VVomen's League, Nlinerva Literary Society Virginia Gertrude de Haas St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Alpha Phi, 'llheta lipsilon, Y. VV. C. A. 68 1' ' ENN 1 F49 rib -'Q 0 351745454 N' - 2,52 1' K le' Mi K if 9 W mi rf S . -'if . :Y cada 5 -X. t. .X J A if 139 . - jT-,Q-ilkk-? Y ' 1" - -3 WW' Kr- ' fi .ff li!! , -sassy., ,y ytrfirag fi, -suv 7 W- , Bessie Olivia H ealy lNlinneapolis Z' Central High School Q Alpha Phi, Gopher Board, Sigma Alpha ,ff 3 Delta, Y. VV. C. A., W'omen's League be xv Patrick Rohert Heily Mohall, N. D. i it ii Q csmeviiie High School W -, i Sergeant Cadet Corps a n g Charles Norton Hensel St. Paul ,.,,Q,'i AX' ' Mechanic Arts High School Q Sigma Alpha lipsilon, First Sergeant .,j,2 i," -' Co. D A 4 E Cornelia Hollinshead St. Paul St. Paul Central High School I Delta Gamma, Dramatic Cluh, Gopher 9 Board, French Club, Theta Epsilon, l Sigma Alpha Delta 5 Y Alhert M. Hopeman Preston Preston High School Hngineers' Society X 1 Rene Trevanion Hugo Duluth Q 'Q Duluth Central High School A U' df X Phi Kappa Psi, Glee Cluh, Captain Co. -- - lf., Theta Nu lffpsilon 5 K 2-x...,g,s,. fi i W M A C .C ,gl '-3,3 ,..., V v 2. i ' 1 A- Q, 4 fn Q on or W ' Q- Q' 2' la' "C ' rx S ' 1 ra? it K 5 1 W' t ffs Q 52 an ' N -ff Q" 'ur' 'fa lVlildred Marion Hunter Tracy Tracy High School and Ripon College '51, Dramatic Club, W'omen's Lea fue E I -4 K i lnlthel lnclie Huyck Nlinneapolis 'S k Dk L" HPI 19111 I a ota aniversitv re waratorv .c oo 0 . iwlmei-vu, Y. W. c. A., Greek Club, fill ? VVomen's League , . 6 .. l 6 VN l Al l l l I 1 'a ter uco x aco msen ,uverne ii f Luverne High School W -' W Phi Gamma Delta, Arena, Scandinavian, 5 Al unior Ball Association, lst Sergeant Cadet .. C, .i,,A ii'e Corps A 'i QQ ' .5 7 . H Susie Isabelle jams Pipestone R N- , . . , . ix. ,. N 4 Pipestone High School gif 15,Sfl52l3"slfQ,f Q53 :Xdella ill. -lohnson Sauk Center 'V Sauk Center High School Delta Delta Delta, Y. VV. C. A., N NN'omen's League Q Andrew XYilliam johnson New Richmond - , R '57 L New Richmond High School .f ,,A- It-f? Forum, Y. M. C. A., University Liber- ' al Association 70 Rose Mathilda johnson St. Paul St. Paul Central High School VVilliani Mulfiord jones Spencer, Iowa Spencer High School Phi Chi, President junior Pharmacist Class David M. jones Vvahasha l.ouis jorgenson Staplehurst, Neh. Lincoln Academy Alpha 'llau Uniega Inez Adele Kelsey Anoka .-Xnolca High School Daily Stall lX'lll1C1'V2l Debating leani, Y. VY. C. A, XVonien's League, Greek Cluh Rita Harriet Kendall St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Students, Council, YVonien's Magazine Board, ilihalian Literary Society 71 f 11" Helene Kennedy hlinneapolis Central High School Kappa Kappa Gamma Bertha Clay Kinnard Nlinneapolis Central High School 'Ilhalian Literary Society Edna Abigail Kinyon Owatonna Owatonna High School Kappa Alpha Theta, Dramatic Club Albert C. Koch Pekin, Ill. Pekin High School Beta Theta Pi, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, ISK Sergeant Co. B., junior Ball Association Arthur VVilliam Kraft Groton, S. D. Groton High School Sergeant Company C. Ansgar Thelancler Lagerstrom Nlinneapolis Central High School liditor-in-Cliief Gopher Board, Y. M. C. A., Second Lieutenant Co. D. 72 Eugenie hlargaret Larnphere St. Paul lVloorheacl High School Kappa Alpha Theta lda Mathilda Larsen lVlinneapolis South High School Y. VV. C. A. Mildred Lauderdale Minneapolis Central High School Gamma Phi Beta, XVomen's League, Y. VV. C. A. Helon Edwin Leach Spring Valley Spring Valley High School Theta Delta Chi, junior Ball Association Bessie Geraldine Leeds Sioux City, la. Sioux City High School Greek Club Emma Augusta Lenz Minneapolis Carleton Academy Y. VV. C. A. 6 . rw'-M525-f: -1 Ml Y 1 22? 9 'gf'-'fir " 4 1' 'V gx QQ-,Q J 'fad ' On" Fx Q gd 5 ' f D A EJ' ., ei ' -if 0 f' .ma ' . A 'Wire 'tai' ,, 0. 3 ..-.- 5 Pfaxfbk . 7 "' fa Q l 5 Harry Dare Love Lisbon, N. D. Q L F :Xllmia lelowaj High School 1. -, Y. M. C. A. -.al f , 5 I R A - K A Hilda Eugenie Lundgren Alexandria in ll X 6 Alexandria High School f,u4?f I? Y. VV. C. A., VVomen,s League L A Mabel Harriet lVlelJonald Nliuneapolis R11 C ? Central High School Mary Elizabeth Nlelntyre Eden Valley Litchfield High scimi Q I Vice-l'resideut Class Sophomore Year, , gf, fl 153.-Swv Q Eifxh U. C. A., lVline1'va, VVomen'S League Corinne lfraneis McMillz1i1 Nlinneapolis l"'.ast High School Alpha Phi lfdwiu Rurhven McNeill Onawa, Iowa Onawa High School Shakopean, Ll. L. A. 74 Catherine Mcljartlin Glencoe Steven's Seminary, Glencoe Gopher Board, Editor Daily, Ll. C. A., VVomen's League Hector 'liripp Madison hlinneapolis Alhion College Delta Kappa lafpsilon Leifur Magnusson Duluth Duluth Central High School Yice-President Greek Cluh, Yice-l'resi- dent Shaliopean, Lf. l,. A. lN'lary lxilllllllliil' lVlinneapolis North High School Florence lfdna Mahle St. Paul Central High School Y. XY. C. A., XYonien's League Rose Mahle St. Paul 75 H elnia Ethel Malgren Minneapolis South High School Y. VV. C. A. jasper Glenn Marks Hampton, la. Adeline Rhoda Marvin Pine Island Pine Island High School Y. VV. C. A. Charles lidward Miller Heron Lake Heron Lake High School Laura lirnestine Miller Minneapolis North High School Harry Sewall Mitchell Minneapolis VVest Side High School, Milwaukee Chi Psi 76 Letitia Nlonson St. Paul Mechanic Arts High School, St. Paul Y. XV. C. A., VVomen's League Florence Nlay lVloore Minneapolis Central High School VVomen,s League Nellie Caroline lVluller St. Paul Central High School, St. Paul Oscar Newherg lidina Central High School, Minneapolis Sergeant Cadet Corps, Forum Floyd Howard Newell Baraboo, VVis. Barahoo High School Sergeant Co. D, Arena, Y. M. C A. Anna Laura Norris Sauk Center Sauk Center High School Y. XV. C. A. f I A!ia .a,gigi'Q z f -f my Q7 ig-J 'S-'S 'Z' Q it 5, ,W lidxrard Clarke O Brien Duluth , ,, Duluth High School V. lhi Ciannna Delta lVlanagDinE Editor 4 to Copher Peavey Debate Prize Dunwoody , Oratorical lrize, First Sergeant C . C., Q, if Arena, Press Club, junior Ball Associa- vk. -aegis-f g Q ..-.-., A infix, . 1' A , .-f we i I S K 43 X "? QQEEQK x 7' tion, Greek Club, French Cluh, Daily Staff lVlaliel -luliet Olsen Nlinneapolis South High School Scandinavian, Greek Club, VVoniens '- League 5 .. . I+rederick Adolph Olsen VVells K VVells High School QQ! QE at 6 Castalian, Scandinavian, Y. Nl. C. A., Sergeant Co. A. F 4 fi' Es if Y al?" A 2 at Alice Iivelyn Ozias Minneapolis , , South High School 'H V if A lVIedora Althea Paddock Minneapolis 4 i North High School A iiii W W ,M A Ethel Gillette Palmer Minneapolis WY ig ,.re A A Central High School gk A 3 'Q 5 Delta Delta Delta, Gopher Board, "fi Assistant Artist, VVomen's League, Y. I?" M W. c. A., 78 Benson High School Arena, Ll. L. A., Sergeant Co. A., , 3 , ..A,,.,Z.q.. ,it A - Y., ,k.k . , i Q.. fs, f 9 I eff 9' ' W? Q7 ig X v x . W qi "if '31 'Bib L f' 'X i i .Q?'s. -1 M xg, Frederick VVitter Payne Lakeheld gy, ' Arthur Leonard Peterson Benson K Qln 'fog R Y Scandinavian Literary Society Henry P. Peterson Groton, S. D. Red VVing High School Varsity Strong Man, Intercollegiate Push-up Record, President Strong lVlen's Cluh 'Ol-'03, Y. M. C. A., Shalcopean Bessie Taylor Plummer Minneapolis Central High School Y. VV. C. A., VVomen's League Grace Ruth Potter St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Y. VV. C. A., VVomen's League Robert Henry Pratt Nlinneapolis Fast High School Shakopean Debating Team, Freshman- Sophomore Debate, Shakopean 77 2 1 v fa 1"-f' S D A 565 ffm 15: JV' Howard Albert Puller Bird Island lWinneapolis Central High School Y. M. C. A. Eleanor Florence Quigley Bird Island Hamline University U. C. A., VVonien,s League, Girls' Glee Club Hattie Rank lVlinneapolis Brown Valley High School .Y v X.XX.C.A. lVlinnie Louise Rank Nlinneapolis Central High School Y. VV. C. A. john lillnier Ransom Nliniieapolis Fannie Nlaria Rawson VVaclena VVadena High School, Stanley Hall So Robert Ray Reed River Falls, VYis. River lfalls High School Phi Kappa Psi, Band, Gopher Board, junior Ball Association, Castalian Bertha lilizabeth Rich Sauk Center Sauk Center High School .lessie Anne Robertson blinneapolis South High School Minerva, VVomen's League VVilliam Henry Rowe St. james St. James High School Rose Bronie Rosenthal St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Ll. C. A., Girlsl Glee Club, XVomen's League Harry liustace Ruble Albert Lea Albert Lea High School VicevPresident Daily Board, Academic Vice-President Y. lVl. C. A., President Strong Mens Club '04, Forum, C. L. A., Scandinavian Literary Society Si John Benjamin Sanborn St. Paul Chi Psi, Snake and Skull, President Junior Ball Association, Gopher Board Ruth osephine Sandvall lVlinne-apolis South High School Greek Club, Scandinavian Literarv So- ciety Roscoe Frank Sanford Faribault Faribault High School 'llreasurer Greek Club, Arena, U. L. A Lucien Schermerhorn Berne, N. Y. Yale Divinity School Charles Pearsall Schouten Lisbon, N. D Lisbon High School Delta Upsilon, Cadet Captain Co. B. Athletic Board of Control, Y. lVl. C. A., Track Squad, 'llennis Association 3 Elsie Anna Shadewald Minneapolis East High School Girls' Glee Club S2 Maliel Lovejoy Sharpe lVlinneapolis North High School Minerva literary Society Arthur D. Sinclair Minneapolis St. Thomas iN. Ill High School Sergeant Co. C., U. I.. A., Football Squad, Y. Nl. C. A. Harry Aldrich lVlinneapolis Central High School Alpha Delta Phi, Gopher Board, Secre- tary Daily Board, .lunior Ball Association, Snake and Skull Carroll Ninde Smith Pekin, Ill. Pekin High School Beta Theta Pi, Second Sergeant Co. lf., Treasurer Tennis Clulm, U. L. A. lda Soderstrom Hutchinson Hutchinson High School Y. W. C. A., VVomenls League Roy Howard Smith Shakopee Shakopee High School Beta Theta Pi, Second Lieutenant Co. B., Y. lVl. C. A., Tennis Cluh xiii ,,i 'iii-.. rf a a s .93 y tri. 'iv-1 br 6 5- 5 f Q . L 1 M " 5 K f f l ,1 f 0 , , . it r M ef' Wi. - f , 'BA y , Lucy Mabel Stanley, Chippewa Falls, Wis. E Chippewa Falls High School f ' A? Isabelle Carolyn Stene Minneapolis A QS!! Central High School A ' X Q Delta Delta Delta, VVomen's League, ,,,.-ffggag-Qzc gf Y. W. c. A. 6 U M 'L 'P A joseph C. Stromswald Bellingham Q . V Bellingham High School Q ,,, B Y. Nl. C. A., Arena, Scandinavian Q 5 Literary Society K- 9 E May Elane Sullivan Minneapolis digg, Nashua QN. H.j High School wi' A L A - x Greek Qluh V 4 I X Cora Ulyve Sutton Prior Lake Minneapolis Academy 5 Laura janet Taft Nlinneapolis K Q South High School ' Egfr M Secretary of Class Sophomore Year 34 ' ' ke? 'M 9 9 W W Q I .s ' 4: N A is Agfa.. wi """' ."' 4 "Aix svbj' M A' Ti 4 'H was Alice Elizabeth Thompson Nlinneapolis East High School g, VVOmen's League Q .1 K' 'I ' 4 Willard Feles Thompson Algona, la. .-Xlgona High School Alpha Tau Omega, junior Ball Associ- fe-in --'-f ation 'H g' 'N' 'Q Fred VVilhelm Vanstrom Dawson w VVintlom l nstitute, Nlontevideo Shakopean, Scandinavian, Y. M. C. A. Mary Caroline Van VVert Minneapolis Central High School R 'I - . Y. W. C. A., VVomen's League l Q George Thompson Vxvalker, Minneapolis , E Devil's Lake High School Helen Louise W arrington Minneapolis I g South High School A Y. VV. C. A., YYomen's League, , X ,aft Minerva Literary Society S ft : off 7 Q, .x,q :EPM gf vi Q ' ia ,Q 'Fc 1 W A--J ,,, . L J... 'fe f -x.""": vt' 3' I .-- 'U 3 -----fr X gmlglggggfgsg Q Pi!!! lVlilo De Lancey VVebster Minneapolis g W Central High School gf Glee Club ,I x Uric 0 Til i Whi d lVlinn w lis X Q49 in lhflinneagolis Academy 6310 -1 W lfrederic lVlortimer VVilliams -- -A -,1 Brooklyn Center lallk River High School Laura Blanche VVillson Rochester Rochester High School E. ll QE- VVomen's League 1' f- Wir 4 4125! In f Q23 ' Fred Adolphus Wi1'th Nlinneapolis In D S Central High School 4 Universitv Band . aa i C j Q , Q Claudia liniilwie Wold N Minneapolis fl .gf 5 hast High School Q Y. VV. C. A., Scandinavian Society, VVomen's League S6 ' new I f 3 'gigs' '- 1s'til,A"ii-5 . 9, 5 Q1 coca, 8, X 5 W-...sv -is ' Q' 9"4:v"' ---5 9 . 67 W W1 3 Q - 4 2 - A ii? , ' 3:1 K C-, jfs.. W '3 4,'.' 'Sr---' 1, V' wT'fi ?e if ' fo I P 11185 - 'Lan 39 1933, fo. 'nav ' , lfthel Amelia VVold Austin iv C rn Q Austin High School a Q Y. VV. C. A., VVOI'llCl1,S League Q1 , K V Ruth VVoodward St. Cloulcl ,',-5 :I Q St. Cloud High School and Normal School my -V -'l hz Ph' M. 'J' u i . ilia c 1' , Charles Rollo VVright Fergus Falls X l4'g1'gllS Falls High School 5 Sergeant Co. B., Shakopean, Ll. L. A. 4 Q I It 5 janet lsahelle VVynne, St. Thomas, N. D. X Y. VV. C. A., Minerva pr ,QA It Nlary Elizabeth Dewey Bell St. Paul lv Central High School, sf. Paul ' f XVOIHCICS League H ree it S' i x H A Frederic David Calhoun Minneapolis Central High School xv - -df Gopher Artist, Daily Board of Directors 1 I 37 ,lohn P. DeVaney Lake Mills, Ia. Lake Mills High School Phi Gamma Delta, President Freshman Class, Freshman and Sophomore Debat- ing Teams, lowa Debate, Editor of the Daily, Arena, Press Club, junior Ball Association. Maud Parthena Gearing St. Paul Mechanic Arts High School, St. Paul Y. W. C. A., VVomen's League Charles Edwin Gilmore Lake Crystal Mankato High School Shakopean Literary Society Hilda Marie Gippe Watsoii VVinclom Institute, Montevideo james B. lrsfeld Long Prairie Sauk Center High School Theta Delta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Foot- ball rlleam, junior Ball Association Avis Lockerby lVlinneapolis East High School Y. VV. C. A., VVomen's League 83 Xavier Edward Luiten Glencoe Stevens Seminary, Glencoe Archibald VVright Robertson Litchfield Albert '1'routfether XVindoni R. H. Gray Charles Carrigan Butllilo Lake Frederick YYalter Stevens Nlinneapolis North High School Sigma Alpha Fpsilon S: g'2W1aQ cgg,gi ,Lf em, 'w Q J' K' I el Q E ,gf ' 5 H ' 0 6' 9 mf Ai , wave? . 7 fi ' QQ . . W College of Engineering Emil Anderson, A. B. Farwell Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter Scandinavian Literary Society, lfngineers Kg 1 Society we ao .-1,2 ' Myer Avedovech Minneapolis ' 'Q'-'Q North High School i X ,, Engineers' Society, Sergeant Co. H M Albert Henry Bates St. Louis Park 5 Central High School Y. M. C. A. lt' QR a Lewis Scoville Billau St. Paul Q -5- , W Cedar Rapids High School Q f Engineers' Society Elmer Bisbee Nladelia 'cglx Nladelia High School Phi Delta Theta, Engineers' Society, W .lunior Ball Association, lndian X ? QQ Carl laimmanuel Boinan Cokato k '57 5 Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter Scandinavian Literary Society, laingin- lglf li eersl Society oO 2? sf 9'-'av Q :S . -mi Royden Ray Brockway Luverne Luverne High School lndian, Y. XY. C A. Roy l.atourette Burke hlinneapolis Central High School unior Ball Association, lndian Fred Kendrick Cannon Minneapolis Fast High School, Green Bay, VX'is. Assistant Editor Engineers' Year Book, Engineers' Society, First Sergeant Co. B, Y. M. C. A. Allan Gihhs Cary St. Paul St, Paul Central High School Chi Psi Caroll U. Clipfell Redwood lfalls Redwood Falls High School Engineers' Society Frank D. Coleman lillendale, N. D. laillendale High School JI .0 ,, avg? r I 5 5 4 P' Q fig' ,,+s.mN, .. 1. RJ Le K9 lil Qls. Q 'M f N y nf f A fi '25 5 faxes 'lab 'tm-CT M-mv ', E -mia? . Q'-Misha -1 may J 1, 2 , sg!! f' i J gig F V. ypffff S. gt' 525' Fw 'a Q l .W " 5 W' " ' ' t Q o I i .gm gr ,f ' 5 B A Alvin S. Cutler Pittsford, Mich. Y M 4 F Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich. if t Engineers' Club of Minneapolis f l K R, Gustave Daley Fertile, la. Nora S urin s Seminary wt I l g . 521. at 6. 3, Kappa Sigma, junior Ball Association, Fngineers' Society, Indian f a s I1-vin iaobinson Hlv Millbank, s. D. 1 Q g . 5 Nlillhank High School M VVillian1 H. Feyder St. Paul - 4 'iw I ljiliumboldt High School, St. Paul 1 n ian U ' "l!-gl? 'X ' joseph lidward Finley Janesville Janesville High School Kappa Sigma, Junior Ball Association, hlandolin Cluh, Indian 'T 7 lohn Frankoviz Fergus Falls -....f' . Eff M Fergus Falls High School 172 Gabriel liverett Garber Minneapolis North High School Treasurer of Class Sophomore Year, Good Fellow Harry laildon Gerrish Minneapolis Central High School Delta Upsilon, Treasurer junior Class, Second Lieutenant Co. F. Charles Bradley Gibson, Cedar Rapids, la. Cedar Rapids High School Phi Delta Theta, Dramatic Club, Treas- urer .lunior Ball Association, Board of liditors Year Book Sigmund Harris Nlinneapolis Central High School Foot-ball Team, President Engineers' Searchlight Club, Ram's Horn Club Albert M. Hopeman Preston Preston High School Engineers, Society, Indian Henrv Hovelson Minneapolis O3 sl7 John Alexander Jardine Fargo, N. ll. Fargo High School Zeta Psi, Indian, .Iunior Ball Associa- tion, Sergeant Co. C. J. A. Jensen lVlinneapolis Fergus Falls High School Engineers' Society, Shakopean, Track Team, Indian, Gopher Board lirnest P. Johnson Albert Lea Albert Lea High School Nels Johnson Preston Preston High School Engineers' Society W. li. King lVlinneapolis Anoka High School lnclian Milton .Iohn Kochendorfer South Park Huniholdt High School, St. Paul O-1 Edmond .lean Lelilond Nlinneapolis Farmington High School Edward Harold l,e'I'ourneau Duluth Duluth High School Fngineers' Society Ruluen Alvin Lundquist Red Vlling Red Wiiig High School Scandinavian Literary Society, VVinner of First Prize, Briggs Foundry Competi- tion Charles james Malloy Red VVing Red VVing High School lndian, Captain Engineers, Base Ball Team, 1903 Frank Flmer Matteson Fyota Fyota High School Fngineers, Society Oliver Mattison Minneapolis Fast High School lndian on Robert lVlorris Greenleafton South High School lingineers' Society, VVinner of Second Prize Briggs Foundry Competition Henry ohn Nlueller Hamburg Stevens Seminary, Glencoe Engineers' Society, Indian VV. li. King lVlinneapolis Anoka High School lndian Richter N. Ostvig Benson Benson High School Band, Gymnastic Team Champions of VVest 1902, Indian Alexander Pancratz Perham Perham High School Norman Weblm Rose Duluth Alpha 'llau Umega :JS VVilliam Ryan -Ioice, la. Nora Springs Seminary Charles li. Sainsbury La lVloille VVinona High School Sigma Chi, Business Manager Gopher, Band 'OI-'Ol-'03, Press Cluh, Junior Ball Association Harry A. Schow lWinneapolis Stillwater High School Darwin Schuetz New Lflni New Ulm High School Gordon Russell Shuck Rushmore Holton High School Karl Albert Simmon Helena, lVlont. Nlechanic Arts High School, St. Paul, and Helena High School Zeta Psi, Engineers, Society. Ol Clinton Besley Smith lVlinneapolis B. S. University of North Dakota Engineers' Society Donald Tidd Smith, Chicago, lll. find Lieutenant Company H. Frank Edgar Sutton Nlinneapolis Central High School Leonard Boyd Sperry Dodge Center Nlantorville High School and VVasioja Seminary Harris Garheld Stone LeRoy Evan QI. Thomas Lake Crystal Nl ankato High School Indian US George A. Tuck Nlinneapolis Central High School Basket Ball Team, Vice-President lin- gineers, Debating Society, Ram's Horn Club Horatio Phillips Van Cleve, Nlinneapolis East High School Delta Tau Delta, Band, Y. Nl. C. A., Y. M. C. A, Orchestra lVlark Davis VVoolery lallmore Phi Gamma Delta, junior Ball Associa tion Dwight Keyes Yerxa lVlinneapolis Central High School Psi Upsilon, President Junior Class, Indian 'llhomas Stanley Armstrong, Minneapolis South High School Fred Pabst Bowen St. Paul rig 'YA Frank Loring Fisher Duluth l"',lnier Barber lVlcCartney, Cakes, N. D. Uakes High School and North Dakota Agricultural College Delta Tau Delta, Junior Ball Associa- tion, Nlandolin Cluh Gordon V. Morse Sauk Centre Sauk Centre High School Oscar Benjamin Nelson lVlinneapolis Self Prepared Engineers' Society, Indian, Y. Nl. C. A. john VVillian1 Wood Rochester Rochester High School Edwin H. Pagenhart Rochester Rochester High School Indian ICO The School of Chemistry Arnold Victor Dahlherg Minneapolis Fergus Falls High School Shakopean Literary Society Francis Cowles Frary Nlinneapolis Central High School Strong lVlen's Cluh, 1901-'03, Y. lVl. C. A., Assistant Chemistry Laboratory Myron Bangs jackson St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Phi Kappa Psi, Glee Cluh, junior Ball Association Fred james Longxyorth Ortonville Y. Nl. C. A., University Liberal Asso- ciation, Assistant Chemistry Laboratory Edward McMaster Pennock, Nlinneapolis Phi Kappa Psi, junior Ball Association Charles Delos Poore Bird Island Assistant Chemistry Laboratory IO1 if Q ' 'Q ' We ,K cf' 'yy Q ia 3' ,, g hx figs ' s , 6 ' 4 K QS ' A W ' lifil'-Sails, 3, Q F I The School of Mines Harry Hugo Angst Nlinneapolis North High School Glee Cluh, School of Mines Society Q Rohert R. Boyd St. Charles , St. Charles High School School of Mines Society 'llhorold Farrar lflielcl New York City Hill School, lrvington, N. Y. Chi Psi, Vice-President junior Class, Secretary School of Mines Society, Glunior Ball Association, Snake and Skull Orrin lfdwin Martin Keller, Minneapolis Central High School Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Glee Cluh, School of Mines Society ' YValter XV. Lytzen St. Paul St. Paul Central High School School of Mines Society, -Iunior Ball Association, Delta Upsilon Q Henry Sinclair lVlcKay Brainerd '57 5 Brainerd High School .. Q Sigma Alpha lfpsilon, School of Mines - X Society cf' P' - IOZ Rohert Stanley Merriam lVlinneapolis North High School Sigma Alpha lfpsilon, School of Mines Society, Junior Ball Association V Emma George Minder St. james St. ames High School Berthold Roluert Neustadt La Salle, lll. La Salle High School Phi Kappa Psi, Band, hlandolin and Glee Cluh, Secretary Junior Ball Asso- ciation, School of Mines Society, Snake and Skull Charles Wlheeler Nye St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Phi Gamma Delta, junior Ball Associa tion, School of Mines Society Ralph ,-X. Ziesemer Fergus Falls Fergus halls High School School of Mines Society Duncan I",llsworth Howard Curry Chippewa Falls, VVis. Spring Valley LVVis.,l High School School of hlines Society IO3 The College of Law Qllay Classy Caspar ll. Aaker Ridgeway, la. A. B. Luther College, Decorah, la. University Band Don Cameron Anderson Minneapolis lfanry Carl Anderson VVheaton Nlinneapolis Acacleniy Harry Hart Austin Nlinneapolis Central High School Leo A. Burns VVells Wells High School Roy Baird River Falls, Wis. River Falls Normal School Class Treasurer '03, Strong lVlen's Team IO4 Hurry Louis Brady Blue lfnrth Blue Earth High School University Band liarle Marsh Barrows Minneapolis lfast High School 'llhetzi Ueltn Chi, Glee Cluh Denis klclmuml Bowe XYQISCCLI VVz1secz1 High School President unior Law Class George NYilcox Burnarcl Spencer, lu. Spencer High School Zeta Psi Rohert R. Brown Janesville .lanesville High School Lim' Literary Society, Gopher Board john Hayes Corcoran Prescott, XYis. J lrescott High School Law Literary Society IO Lhules Nlillxourne Luioll lVl1ller S I L mveisitx of South Dllcotl I ui Iiteifus Sotietx Ellsworth A. Cutting Sleepy lflye Sleepy liye High School ames 'llhornton Chimiock, Portland, lWe. Decorah lla.l High School Kent Literary Society Irving Lams licholdt Rochester Rochester High School Law I.iterz1ry Society Andrew N. lickstrom St. Peter A. B. Gustavus Adolphus College Law Literary Society Utto Fzihnestock Graettinger, la. Graettinger High School 1c6 " '7 ig FV... "E"""! fYAK'3'15' ig? -W,-ge 9 Q gh V -5- 1 -K Yi., ov.',t i -I A "rw 'fi C' f . ,,,, , 8- go-ef , mb , -Q ,,.,., ,g,Q,if3,g C. -ig! W- , Alexander Fosmark Fergus Falls XP Luther College, Decorah, la. Charles lewis Gilman St. Cloud St. Cloud High School Q I Assistant liditor Nlinnesota Daily, N tx Sergeant Co. G, Arena Literary Society, no - Press Cluh 6-fed El-:sig ll-Q., o g A'--"' lfnoch Arnold Horl' :Xshhy W Luther College W l.:1w l,iter:n'y Society Daniel H. Hanson Viborg, S. ll. Union College, Nebraska Kent Literary Society ames Beardsley Hendryx I Springfield, Ohio Springfield High School James Orin Elmer johnson Northwood, la. Osage Seminary, la. Kappa Sigma lo, '.effifi'Ef-ffl? 'sis if ' 56125 gggms gf- ff,,..eg,g,,f g P 'N 1 rr-4 A bi QS as N iii' Q Q Q it F , .cf s Q 3'm"6B ,I t .lf 0Qi"t ii f ? 6 A ek' H 1-Xia' " W Wax -Q3 Joseph anousek New Prague A. B. St. john's University Law Literary Society '1ll101112lS Robson Kelly Owatonna M. R. Keith lylinneapolis Central High School Arena Literary Society Manton Laniln Grundy Center, la. Iowa State Normal School President of the Middle Law Class Oliver l.everson Hawley Nora Springs Seminary and Business College, Iowa Vice-President of the Nliddle Law Class, Kent Literary Society Francis Charles lVlcGivern Staples Brainerd High School Class Sergeant-at-arms, Kent Literary Society IOS Gilbert 'If Nlorlcen Fargo, N. U. Moorhead Normal School Hilger H. Nlanderlield New Ulm Pillshury Academy, Qvvatonna and University ofNotre Dame Kent Literary Society -Iohn Ralph Nevers Brainerd Carleton College Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi Alhert Schirley Newcomb Hallock VVinona Normal School Theta Delta Chi, Class Treasurer ,Cl Arthur fiotfred Osterherg Cokato hflinneapolis Academy Y. M. C. .-X. Bernard Antony Ulmer Anoka East High School, Minneapolis roy Harry Denzil Peterson Glenwood Glenwood High School Kappa Sigma oseph George Prueher Bloomer, Wis. St. Benedict's College, Atchison, Kan. U. C. A. Clarence Brewster Randall Hamline St. Paul Central High School Kappa Sigma Roland George Sanford Faribault Faribault High School Law Literary Society -Iohn Francis Sullivan listherville, la. listherville High School Kent Literary Society Julius Schendel Campbell VVahpeton High School Law Literary Society IIO l fl J AX ohn Peter Swee Roscoe Southern lVlinnesota Normal School Law Literary Society Herbert Leonard Stoughton Osage, la. Cedar Valley Seminary, Osage and Lombard College, Galesburg, lll. Sliukopean Literary Society C. Knute Seniling Hzilstad Willnizli' Luther Seminary Acacia Club, Kent Literary Society, Scandinavian Literary Society Albert G. Stannn St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Law Literary Society 'llorger Sinnes lx'lllll16WEl.Llli11l1, N. D. Augsburg Seminary, Nlinneapolis Albert C. lhoinpson Minneapolis Minneapolis Academy Castalian Literary Society, Scandinavian Literary Society l I I QFSWNH? 25"re2.i3'zg C -A mi? Q A f v f r ei in Ay ,W Mm Vg.. S uxKfvw+v'-Qs' 'i 9- ,D ' TA- 7 x 'i"'??!fre+:.11S A 3'e1p3n+"Bh ' 4 6 Albert Thompson Sacred Heart gi Gustavus Adolphus College College of lVledicine 4 K VVayne Richard VVerring Sleepy Eye f 6 Sleepy Rye High School an L J ' 0. El . N i S. f', W .- k fl, - ,, james Von VVillian1s Wlarshall f if Nlarshall High Sami mx! Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Ath- E letic Board of Control 'OZ Q S f 8 College of Dental Surgery Q ' x W ' , Arthur Cornelius Agern Fergus Falls :-V ' L Jrkx kr 'iib S H enry VV. Baker ' Springfield Q, A A i f lVllIlHCllPOl1S Academy Q 565, Q 5 M E B f M' 1' ff? erton ugene ancro t inneapo is Nlankato Normal II . , '3 1 425? ,ff N 3 Y 3.215 ' W i gl , wi v Q, 4. AR . i i W4 W w--- I l- -.,:q .X 'Jax' .. ,- ' 8,11 xwi-J g i 15,25 -ig? W- , Harvev Dwight Barnet St. Paul xv St. Paul Central High School, Delta Upsilon Harry Elijah Barton Nlinneapolis Flint llN1ich.l High School Delta Sigma Delta, Assistant in Prosf thetic Technic Arthur Hugo Bittner St. Peter St. Peter High School Edward Borgendale Lac qui Parle VVindon1 Institute, Nlontevideo Delta Sigma Delta, Vice-l'resident -lunior Class .lohn Francis Bowe VVaseca VVaseca High School U. C. A. Thomas Andrew Brown Lake City Lake City High School II Qllm ri g, fi ? ii ,ai fg w is 9 5 2 ff 5 Plz!! f-I A fn? -Q 5 twlfiii Mah x. 'M .- sr 'ffl V ewlfsr fv-eggs! -1 my 1 9 gg Q V I 1 ' A S' ox . .Jr pgxgqf E A7 'iid '-5 Q Q bs g S93 5 " , 2, , 'soo . , 'g W " "' 5 f ,gg gb AiG4ig:f.,y,j.,,,i?,, ,D wg-if . i 'Q g 5 Clyde Seren 1 Bugbee lVIinne:1polis E 'lllracy High School -A f1:A ii 5 A Leonzlrd Henry Burt Chokio C X Urtonville High School 0441 . O Don Casselnmn Huron, S. D. Q31 5 VValter H. Carson Ada Ada High School S ' u l f4gT7e53":22fgf ' 'Xl' . . . VX , David Charles Crouch Tracy ,f i g Tracy High School Delta Sigma Delta, 'llreasurer junior Q9 i 5 M Class Q l .Q v' 4? s QR ames Curtin Henderson ,,. C Henderson High School 4 .X John lilias Ditniarsen lrving St. Paul Central High School lNlilo Hayden Doyle Bellingham Bellingham High School Charles VVhite Foster St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Clarence Gil-liord Ciillani XVindoni Wlindoni High School Knute Arthur Glininie Kenyon Kenyon High School and lN'lacalester College, St. Paul Y. M. C. A. Chauncey VVilford Hanilon jackson jackson High School University Band ll i s 495 ', Q 'N fjnxeozgih'-df u ! Q M I fx ET H QQ ? Q Q7 E it J -gg y o w E i ' iff 5 ' Ls h f o f 4 39' ir 'gg' 1 ,oem baby 'x696,fQ,'wI! l ,,1. U ., ,NAV iiamb zax- of Q31 E g uf, h . -Onan 1 5 liclwaiml Anthony lhle v Q Chippewa Falls, Wis. nf l:',au Claire qvvioy High School -af Clarinet Soloist University Band, U. K .t f f,u Q0 Raymond Eugene Ingalls St. Paul B N St, Paul Central High School V L Secretary Dental Class if l , Q5 W - ' 5 Alfred C. johnson VVinthrop V Gaylord High School 1 M E , ' -4 'rh 1.-1 ' L ID if -'1 mm riioiiiiioahiigii School me C ,, T5 . A f Williaiii Kuhat Blooming Prairie Q , A Pillsbury Academy : "'7 A .V K 9 i' N . K ' '57 5 Joseph Lukkason Rushforcl Rushford High School S 5 Exif M University Band uf 5 W W -, A .iz 3 a A r 1 A . -1 1- Wx 54 V 'sf-" 'SWE'-ge -ruff HH1'I'5' David Lyon lVlinneapolis South High School Beta Theta Pi President unior Dental Class Ralph limerson Nlclntyre i' ltlttt r , 5313 'FW Sl. I River Falls, Yvis. River Falls High School Herman Albert lVlaves St. Peter Gustavus Aclolphus College Delta Sigma Delta Charles NVarren Miller St. Peter Clark QS. DJ High School and Grand Rapids lMich.lHigh School Y. M. C. A. Gilbert Moskau Mayville, N. D. Mayville Normal School Charles Nelson Glencoe Stevens Seminary, Glencoe Delta Sigma Delta, University Band II7 .R ., l ei if 2 li 13 5 ,,,, 'S D' A '45 ff faxes Jah fm vi 3 3 , i Cf 'Q-" iv F ' f Q v 6 J' ? of me 'K - fx," K si-jd ,, 'D 3 --f-- 2i" "WQfQ yikiffk . 'VB i Q George Andrew Nelson Kasson v Kasson High School if Alpha Tau Omega I -4 K Harry Clarence Newgord Minneapolis -, K 9 . South High School I," 'i and Nlinneapolis Academy W 4 Sigma Chi, Delta Sigma Delta 7 . o G' ici l af r Q' S 2 1 F at A we .si W' Theodore John Olson St. James Gustavus Adolphus College Harold Ferdinand Porter VVillmar Willmai' High School Delta Sigma Delta Charles A. Putney Nloorhead Moorhead Normal School Henry VVilliam Remele Sleepy lafye Sleepy liye High School IIS wt!!! r ag... -wg? 'Qgi5'A? KS? ' ' 9 5' Z? W 0 5 l Thomas Vincent Sheehan Luverne Luverne High School LT. C. A. oseph Frederick Shellnian, Fergus Falls Fergus Falls High School Delta Sigma Delta Forest Edward Staples Howard Lake Howard Lake High School Cassius Clinton Strang Alexandria Alexandria High School Delta Sigma Delta Fugene Sylvester Sweeney Garfield Alexandria High School VVilliam Knox Taylor Minneapolis Central High School Ill, Q.a t 'ig at W Qls. re e 0 ', of 'W a It 5 N 47' T 5 ' I 5" M fi Jffxei 5 fi' - 'ms W FMF X. Q 'N gh fy!-xwsgdgq ! 1 2 fa "s-:.vqf is ii ' . 'Ma i 9 ki 1 B 1 Q H a 5 ' 'B .-Q' l , - , f Q i , wk, Q, '23 lv ll I 5 - Qiiliggi ' Q31 . r 'X QA I 15 Howard Weed Thomas Ellendale, N. D. ef Q Eiienaaie High School ns' 4' S Oliver 'lfwidt Farmington Af If Carleton Academy 9 K! 6 Record on high jomp at University ot 9!, 531 Minnesota 5 feet 8 inches, lrack rl eam p , x " A William Vandersaal Pomeroy, Pa. Q! Millersville QPa.j State Normal School 6 7173 E Robert Wallace Nlaine, lVlinn. I Nlinneapolis Academy f 1 14S7s3.l".'-SSWS f . Q51- , I Frank Denton White Nlinneapolis A ,, Nlinneapolis Academy X Q Ji A lfverett LeRoy Younglmerg Cannon Falls i Q B. A. Universitv of lVlinnesota '02 H . 9 W 'Q 5 Delta Sigma Delta, President Freshman K X Class, Athletic Board of Control, Gopher Isl Board 120 " -Q N 'E'-..""'Q ffkva' W xt,-vu ', -.'. , .Sim Q . The College of Mediciiie and Surgery Alhert G. Alley Buffalo ' ' h School c W7 i w . V- W il sf ,e jf 4 ' :YQ Y 'Q' x xv, at A Q v Q W 6 Bulsralo Hig Y J Al ha Kappa ' -44 pf . ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon, p Kappa E515 F YR + Q Q. 4: is q nc B 8 ' 0 , Carl Adolph Anderson VVadena 1' 'KX' VVadena High School V . 4 4 Q . '-af Hiram S. Argue Bathgate, N. D. Pillsbury Academy A Alpha Kappa Kappa -Iohn G. Arneherg Grand Forks, N. D. N i! Universitx of Worth Dakota 'ig' , Scandinavian Literary Society Lnivei sity Nledical Societw 7 D Beaver Ci eelc Arne O. Arneson A' K ' A in Augustana College, Canton, S. D, . A 'fi lt St Paul ftatu I fl M David lVl. Aronsohn . . St. Paul Central High School ' Ill w?wYfa Xag1gEt fm 'l f "-QQ: X7 is EM W K i 99 B1 K 7 pi 2 'N K vac .Q '.', hm, Q 681,65 .X QQA l Q Philip Garheld Arzt St. Paul Baldwin Seminars Alpha Kappa Kappa xg VVilf'ord Austin Milbaiik, S. U. W,, Z ? ' Mitchell University . O U KA e H. Q i ' Frank 'lf Benoit Crookston W1 W F F Seminary, St. Theresa, Canada , '. I Oscar Theodore Benson Appleton i'5"" ' 4 Minneapolis Academv QQ 1 Alpha Kappa Kappa ' 4 K-5 Sigurd Anton Berg Granite Falls QE M sf. oiarcoiiege, Northfield Q U QR Q 5 All M ' B a F c' lm-fp vert ortnner ran t orest ,ity Litchfield High School I22 Q i Q59 r agga., ..g,E '54rm . I ,'-f, 1 W 3. Xa' ' M "F,-ci , Vx- 5-Jr 'ff Q tv X W1 V 9 W W 3 -c 'A ,,, 4 Eze' V -4- 'X Nc K ' -gm 4' N 'Q 'ES' ' - Berton ll. Branton VVillm:11 VVilln1ar High School Theta Delta Chi, Alpha Kappa Kappa il l fi-Q-5' iv , 5 ml. I Frank T. Brigham St. Cloud ' l St. Cloud High School K ' N Nu Sigma Nu fo-1, 1 --M4 it W ,El-Els Paul li. Brown, B. A., ,Ol Pipestone S' Pipestone High School Gopher Board, Castalian Literary Society, Band, Chief Nlusician 1901 '33 6 Fred Herman Brush Amboy Mankato High School P gm ,, " 4' . Oliver Roy Bryant Nlinneapolis I' K South High School University Medical Society f D A ie K Robert Nl. Burns St. Paul W High School, Columbus, XN'is. University Catholic Association I23 Daniel Ray Campbell St. Paul Ripon College, Wis. Alpha Kappa Kappa Carl jay VVoodrow Luverne College of Law VVinslow Clarke Chambers, B. S., 1900, Owatonna Owatonna High School Phi Gamma Delta, Nu Sigma Nu, Song and Stein li. Frank Chase Greeley, la. lowa State Normal School Arthur N. Collins B. A. '02, lVlinneapolis Deta Upsilon, Nu Sigma Nu, junior Ball Association, Chairman Senior Prom- enade Committee '02, Castalian, Dramatic Club, Song and Stein, Graduate Club Albert M. Dawson Minneapolis Minneapolis Academy 124 i f Q , e if 3 ' 4' gigs-' wpfif me Z Jay Isaac Durand Crookston Crookston High School Alpha Delta Phi, Nu Sigma Nu, Presi- clent Athletic Association, lnter-Sopho- more Debate, Managing liditor Daily and Minnesota Daily News, President Class of ,O2, Song and Stein, Forum aaa i 'emi ' 4 X9 QW i t n- ml. , I Burt A. Dyar St. Charles St. Charles High School President junior Medical Class, Uni- versity Medical Society George VVellington Frazier lVlinneapolis St. Paul Central High School Alpha Kappa Kappa George Herman Freeman Hector Hector High School Alpha Kappa Kappa Edward lNl. Gans St. Cloud St. Cloud Normal School Footahall Squad lidward C. Gauger St. Paul St. Paul Central High School I25 tttc NBR-' -'Jesu f Q i' Y as if X, , Tl F :W Q5 , S.. 4-9 . i V 1 . a 1 I Bk , is , an 3 sir I 5" 'Q fftqfii Henry Williaiii Goehrs Minneapolis Nlinneapolis Academy Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Kappa .lay Blames Greaves Glencoe Stevens Seniinarv, Glencoe Miriam lfldmonds Grifhn St. Paul St. Paul Central High School B. A. University of Minnesota 1900, 'l'reasurer Junior Class Ambrose Louis Hammerel St. Cloud St. Cloud High School Delta Kappa Epsilon ohn Wlilliam Helland Minneapolis North West High School, Chicago lohn lfredriclc Hendrickson, Montevideo Augsburg Seminary B. A. Degree, Augsburg ,97 126 Andrew VVilliam Hilger St. Paul f Notre Dame College, Ind. Nu Sigma Nu David Daniel llilger St. Paul Notre Dame College, Ind. Nu Sigma Nu, Cniversity Nledical Society .Iohannes C. acohs Spicer Red Vlling Seminary Y. Nl. C. A. Leonard Harold acohsen Luverne Luverne H igh School Phi Gamma Delta, Nu Sigma Nu, University Medical Association Ralph Chamberlain James Mankato Pillsbury Academy Nelius ulizm .Iohnsoii Nlahel Valder Normal School, Decorah, la. Ph. C. University OlflXrfllI1IlCSOfH, IQOI 127 Nimrod August johnson Gihhon Carleton Academy Oscar V. johnson Carver North High School, Minneapolis B. A. University of lVlinnesota ,Ol li. johnson Minneapolis J lVlartin Alfred johnson Duluth N Gustavus Adolphus College lVlichael Matthew jordan VVayzata Nlinneapolis Academy Phi Alpha Gamma ose wh Patrick Kane lVlinnea volis . l l lfast High School Sigma Chi, Nu Sigma Nu 128 Severin Mathias Kelly Cottonwood Madelia High School Urel Anson Kihlme I-Ianipton, la. Hampton High School Martin Kranz Lake Crystal St. Cloud Normal School University Medical Society August liuhlniann Melrose St. llohnls University University Medical Society, U. C. A., Y. M. C. A. Leonard Antonius Larson Nlontevideo Wlindom lnstitute B. A. Degree St. Olaf College, Glee Club, Y. M. C. A. Roy Lynde lillendale, N. D. Plano tlll.l High School Y. M. C. A. I 3 X-Mx Alhert P. Maschger St. Paul Cleveland High School, St. Paul Gustav Adolf Nlathews Lester Prairie Stevens Seminary, Glencoe .Iustus Abner Matthews Ortonville Ortonville High School Alpha Kappa Kappa, Castalian james Nattrass Metcalf Minneapolis Dubuque High School lftte Lawrence Myer Minneapolis Central High School VVilliam VVilmerding Moir, Minneapolis Central High School IJO Robert Allen Morrill Byron Hamline University ,OI President of Philomathean Literary Society, lWember of Co. H, Ijth Nlinne- sota, Army of the Phillipines '98-'99 Elmer joseph Nicholson Strout Litchfield High School Henrv B. O'Brien St. Paul iSt. Paul Central High School Delta Upsilon, Foot-hall Squad George Earl Parsons Minnezipolis Hlk River High School Nay Osborne Pearce Duluth Minneapolis Academy Olzius Louis Peterson Cokato Gustavus Adolphus College I-31 Uliver lVl. Porter Williiiar Willmai' High School Nu Sigma Nu Louis Ramaley St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Charles Daniel Richmond VVindom VVindom High School james Lee Rogers Rice Lake, Wis Rice Lake High School and River Falls Normal School Harold Rothschild St. Paul St. Paul Central High School University Medical Society Victor Rousseau French Lake Northern Indiana Normal School Ph. G., Northern Indiana School of Pharmacy, University Meclical Society 13 Simon Peter Seaherg Kingston Carleton Academy B. A. Carleton College TQOI, Secretary of Class, University Medical Society Arthur Edward Smith Minneapolis Milwaukee North High School Sigma Alpha Epsilon Frank Dale Smith Rochester Rochester High School Ludvig L. Sogge jackson Red Wiiig Seminary Y. Nl. C. A., University Nledical So- ciety Arthur M. 'lhompson lN1inneapolis River Falls lNVis.l Normal School College of Law, Castalian Literary So- ciety, Athletic Board of Control 190+ Thomas 'I'rutna Silver Lake Hutchinson High School Y. M. C. A., Vice-President Medical Class 133 Fclwarcl Leo Tuohy Chattieltl Chatlielcl High School Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Xi, B. A. Uni- versity of lVIinnesota 'OZ oseph Dawes Wallei' Nlinneapolis Central High School Phi Alpha Gamma -Iohn joseph Frankoviz Fergus Falls College of lingineering john Frank VValker lVlinneapolis University of New York Guy Franklin VValter Minneapolis Lake City High School Charles Henry Weishaai' Osseo St. hIohn's University r 1 X. NI. C. A. 134 i VVilliam VVallace Will lYlapleton lWapleton High School Alluert lf. Zimmermann St. Paul Minneapolis Academy University Medical Society ldidward Cary Parker St. Paul St. Paul Central High School and C. of M. School ofAgriculture Phi Delta Theta, First Sergeant Co. li., junior Ball Association, President, Secre- tary and 'llreasurer of his Class, yu! gcncrif, Gopher Board The College of Pharmacy Carleton Chauncey Adams Elgin Fl in Hi h School ,g g . Phi Chi, Yice-President -Iunior Phare macy Class lfred Monroe Bowman Brown's Valley Brown's Valley High School lidgar Sheldon Bowman, Huwleyville, la. Yillica High School Phi Chi I Yictoi D ls Chelgren Cannon Balls C lnnon 141115 High School . ohn VV. Crowe Clermont, I.. Clermont High School Arena Literary Society, U. C. A. Robert Emmet Desmond Rushford Rushforcl High School Castalian Literary Society Anton Ernst Essen Renville Renville High School Dottie Curtis Erise Hamilton, N. D. Hamilton High School Y. M. C. A. and Y. lVl. C. A. Orchestra Florence Nlay Eoote Cumberland, VVis. Cumberland High School Secretary of Pharmacy Class 136 Luther Miner Herbert Sauk Center Sauk Center High School Phi Chi George Edward Haines, New Paynesville New Paynesville High School Phi Chi, Captain Pharmacy Base Ball Team Edward Louis H oljfman Rochester Rochester High School 'llreasurer Junior Pharmacy Class Xvilliarn Mulford jones Spencer, la. Spencer High School Phi Chi, President Junior Pharmacy Class Ned LeRoy Larson Atwater Atwater High School David Amedee Maurier Brainerd St. Joseph College, Lowell, Mass. Daily Representative .lunior Pharmacy Class, Sergeant Co. A. 137 Arthur Loran Nlitton Brown's Valley Brown's Valley High School Alliert Herman Mueller Springheld Springfield High School Y. lVl. C. A. Arthur Beach Ostrander, New Paynesville New Paynesville High School Phi Chi Giles Patrick O'Brien Brainerd Brainerd High School Sergeant-at-Arms of Pharmacy Class Adler limanuel Peterson Colcato Cokato High School lrving Herman Rohitshek Nlinneapolis South High School Phi Chi, Gopher Board, Press Club 138 Norniun Carl Schreitei' Red Lake Falls Red Lake Falls High School Patrick Henry Yaughn Morris lVlori'is High School Phi Chi, Manager Pharmacy Base Ball Tezim The College of Law lhlight Classy liiernando Samuel Vvillldlllgfflll Nlinnezipolis Herman High School Oliver Sverre Anderson hlinnezipolis Leon Higginson Boyd St. Paul St. Paul Central High School Josiah Hook Chase, -Ir. hlinnezlpolis A. B. University of Nlinnesotzi ,OI Phi Delta Phi, Delta Chi, Shzikopean l.itera1'y Society Vo 'm riiigzl is 'Elf Q l f 'Q ' '2 f qi is S' W af . ' .A A v Henry Alexius Courtney Nlinneapolis 5' St. Cloud Normal School ,I John Current Sleepy Pye H on . Q V Benjamin Drake, Jr. Nlaple Plain i Fast High School, Nlinneapolis W President of Class '03, Peavey Debate E '00, '01, Chicago Debate, Nlichigan De- bate, VVisconsin Debate, Shakopean Q Literary Society si- A Q 11Sf!5i.!"J2Ifls5 - 'QJIP M V F . . .vans Mankato Q M Hans Adolph Hanson Fergus Falls Q 6 K 47 s x j. H. K. Humphrey Nlinneapolis South Dakota Agricultural College 140 Q, ,L Ki., -p"""' 1 1'YM"1"45' K .V 'iv' f N45 er 09,5 'av H on M N V W Q A f Q.. if.. A 4 was Q- ' f' 1 '- , ' i D5 1 'hr---ffyd '- V -"r-- e f' fri, mf - 'Liz Mgggw .N John Anthony Layne Rushford SV, l Rushford High School W and B. A, University of' Nlinnesota Business Nlanager of the Daily, Presi- dent U. C. A., King of Rooters, Pillsbury Contest, Shakopean Literary Society VVilliam Robert Morris Nlinneapolis VValter Hughes Newton Minneapolis joseph Alfred Pierce Duluth Duluth Central High School Alpha Delta Phi, Delta Chi Gwilym loan ap Roberts David Lowe Stine Slayton I4I gl. 40 E ee t Q Y 1 5 sa I9 af' Ji Q fx ffv-ssh.. as if 4 fe 9 'Q-...vg M 1 if vw we i , f gli? 1 New Yea... - p N--E-:V l , im .. as as W 6 james Andrew Struthers Minneapolis Robert Kincade Stuart Minneapolis Q5 Central University of Iowa Q lf 'Q I Frederick R. Schweitzer Alma, Wis. A kts wr 5 we M 3 gif ,, Q mf f , , ., '. Af - .,A N 4 dey' F 'Qmxlr Ifaifif I 53 Hamline University Assistant in Gymnasium, Manager '03 and '04 University Circuses, Law Vice- President Y. M. C. A. '04 Henry A. Swift Ives St. Paul St. Peter High School and A. B. University of Minnesota '03 Managing Editor Minnesota Daily, President of the Press Club james Arthur Thoinpson Minneapolis Ole Thoreson VVoodville, VVis. A. B. University of Minnesota College Honors in Greek 142 n Memoriam EDNA SOUTH WORTH ADAMS was born at Trumansburg, N. Y., May 29, 1883. In 1898 she moved to Geneva, N. Y. g entered Geneva High School, graduated in 1901 with honors. Came to University of' Minnesota in IQOIQ re- mained until February, IQO3 when she was attacked by tuberculos- isg left college and went home but grew worse and died August 24, 1903. She was a member of' the Delta Delta Delta Sorority and very, popular among her acquaintances. VICTOR HUGO LAI BLE was born at Tiefenbrunnen, Grand Duchy of' Baden, Germany, May 3, 1879, moved with family to Rio laneiro, Brazil in I88O, and in 1888 calne to Glencoe, Minn. He received his preparatory education at Stevens Seminary, Glencoe. In 1901 he entered the University of Minnesota, choosing the Academic course. His death caused by heart failure occurred October 15, 1903 at Glencoe. Victor was a good friend and a bright student. HELEN CHRISTINE OSHER was born March 26, 1883 at Lamberton, Minn. When less than three years old she moved with parents to Minneapolis. Entered Central High School in 1899, graduating with honors in 1901, the next to the youngest member of' the class. She entered the Itfni- versity of' Minnesota that fall, in january IQO3 went to Leland Stan- ford, California. She succumbed to the typhoid epidemic of' IQOIZ and died May 1 of that year. Helen was a good hearted, spirited friend to those that ltnew her. GEORGE CLARENCE HAINES was born at llhiteheld, Minn., April 5, 1881. A few years later he moved to VVillmar. He attended the public schools there, graduating from the Yvillmar High School in 1899. He taught school two years and entered the University in 1901. At the close of his second year his health failed and on August 4, 1903 he died of' pneumonia at his home. George was a devout Christian and was always considered a bright and conscientious student. U3 Llterary '3 ,N fl ,.. -X P ,. TQ ':Q 'Q 'N ,, ? f uf E - 4 i -4 -L .-Q .Li i f 5 Z - '- 'N I 0 1 :Z -1 .. XJ 144 I C:-frm, L ,,.-. zf The Man Behind J-135 3: it . ' ' ' ' ' ' - Hl11RE'S the man behind the history who Hunks 1 Qu! -Qu. -' us with a smile, Q The man behind the physics keeps us waiting 1,2 for a whileg "f'f-fQ:- Q :.'fjf'g'.' The man behind the minerals is considered '. . .' ' f k , vo 0,01 quite a a e, D . ' x'Qq",,f -.WWQ '- But it's the man behind the yellow slip that :Z-..' . l 5, ji makes the freshman quake. The man behind, the man behind, He's the wisest man that you will ever find. If you wish to bleach your bonesjust take physics Hom Prof. jones And then you'll surely be the man behind. The co-eds shriek and howl in most unearthly tones, The eds they root and cheer the boys behind the megaphonesg Doc Williaiiis coaches all he can behind the new brick wall, But the man who makes the touchdown is the man behind the ball. The man behind, the man behind, He's the wisest man that you will ever lind. He was not ahaid to mix so he made it six to six, So always try to be the man behind. E391 H15 junior academics they got busy in the fall, J The engineers deliberately got ready for the squallg And on the day the votes were counted they tolled the f Q ' N- N funeral bell, .Int hor theHD. U's. and the Betas, too, were beaten all to- we They ran behind, they ran behind, They were the sorriest bunch that you could ever Find. And we are forced to say that it pleases us each day To think we didn'tjoin the "ran behind". 146 The sophomores got frisky in the Gopher Hole one day, The man behind the broken desk he hadn't much to say Until they copped the copy and clung tightly to the same, Then he behind the sophomore group in an awful hurry came. The man behind, the man behind, He's the hardest kicker you will ever find. The man behind the shoe made poor Easton leave at two, So always try to be the man behind. The U. of' lVl. dramatic club got on Tom Lowry's cars, To give their swell performance to the men behind the bars. The warden he was talking to the man behind the play, And the man who kissed his daughter was the man behind the sleigh. The man behind, the man behind, He's the wisest man that you will ever find. The man behind the play rakes the coin in every day, So always try to be the man behind. PXNDCAR is the man behind the slams that make us oes I he man who makes the money is the man behind the lhe man behind the drawing is the modest Pred Q XL ,Q f , l y twj nose. v i 1' . l YXAQ1 ' V - eric D. And the man behind the Gopher is the Handcar as you see. The man behind, the man behind, Hels the keenest man that you will ever find. For Handcar wrote the book, if you doubt it take a look, And always try to be the man behind. The Guilds may think that they are l'l' in winter, spring and fall, ln fact the Captain thinks that he's the man behind it all. There's Mrs. Guild behind the pie, she makes the sweetest group, But dear old Lovely Mary is the maid behind the soup. The maid behind, the maid behind, She's the flyest maid that you will ever find. She slings the ancient hash with a vigor and a dash, That makes us always love the maid behind. 147 I Freshman Progress .. ::. ' fgffgizb 'g0W it came to pass, in the course of human 1 1 -' events, that the tribe of Noughty Seven came K Q, forth out of the tall and uncut and invaded the " 9 X4 b ' land of the Ski-U-Mahs. ., Q 3 Without resistance we passed over Sand- ' wax ford and landed on a certain barren Beach " among the inaccessible heights of Old Main. L Here it was that danger first threatened our enterprise. There came forth to meet us a rhapsodist-a maker of rhymes! If the foe had met us as we expected, with arms and violence, our stout hearts would not have quailed. But imagine our dismay! lf at this point, as we feared, the enemy had brought forward against us his Sonnets, without doubt the slaughter. would have been fearful. But some brooding spirit was sheltering us and these awful lines came scarcely within long range, and only a few of our warriors were overcome thereby. After this encounter we advanced with stronger hearts into the country occupied by the children of Noughty Six. Now the natives of this country are not herce, But when they saw the warriors of Noughty Seven spreading over their borders like grasshoppers for multitude, they put on their war paint and came forth to battle. And the warriors of Noughty Seven also girded on their weapons. And it came to pass that they went forth and fell upon the aboriginees, and smote them sore, and lo-they lasted quick! So were the men of Noughty Six delivered into our hand, and we went up and possessed their country. I 451k But now we had made only a beginning of battles. nf ff! x y. For there were in the land many monsters and magicians, exceeding herce and terrible, which also had vexed the tribe 5 ,M of Noughty Six, which was in the land before us. Neither 'dig made they their peace with us but rather lifted up their k y hand against us to drive us out. Now the chiefest of ,N these was exceeding great and-terrible. And he had a host by if -exceeding mighty. And his warriors were not of mortal iir'i' f flesh, but strange, uncanny creatures, which he took out of BEFORE abook, invulnerable, and to their numbers there was no end. And behold, his host was divided into three parts. And the names of these parts was X, Y and Z. And in each part there were 1,1117 were X2 + px l q warriors exceeding fierce. And the equipment of all of them was according to Homer's Method. And they were all armed with Taylor's Formula. And when they moved into battle, if perchance they were hard pressed, with perfect ease they expanded to meet the emergency according to the Binomial Theorem. ... "Q' :g. . 1 1 Gm, ,ZUW the heart of this chief was hot toward us, ,fg Q and of catching and roasting us he made no X L Q3 i . end. Therefore we went out to meet him. " 9 Now it came to pass when the armies were face ., ' to face that this chief strode out before us and - - opened his mouth and reviled us saying: "Back .fr W X F '. . A 9 32' to the woods ye children-ye seventh graders, . W A back to the Academic Department where they ' " get credit for not knowing anything. Back- Back to the woods!" But We, unwilling to obey for fear of being marked absent, manfully stood our ground. Then might be seen a battle such as mortals have seldom waged. Not for days and hours, but for weeks and months its fury did not abate. But when at last there was an end, examination showed that in spite of losses our advance had been steady and irresistible, while the enemy had withdrawn from the field and taken up his position farther on. Taking fresh courage we advanced with algebraic precision to meet his logarith- mischetrigonometrische combinations. This time our success was so de- cisive that the enemy was compelled to fall back upon the School Education Company-his base of supplies. Here he was immediately reinforced with a host of fresh recruits under Tanner and Allen. But even these could not withstand our victorious column. While these have not yet left the field, their are daily losing ground and it is but a matter of days when they too shall go the way of their .2- predecessors. And the men of Noughty Seven did many other things, the which, if they were all written-I suppose not even the Gopher would contain all the things that should r J be written. But these things are written that ye may know of the might and glory of the children of Noughty Seven. For unto this day no man hath been able to stay our hand. And in due time we shall without doubt AAFTER possess the whole country. N f iv f .... 1 Q T 1 c I-Mhz!! l, 2.11 j ,N dgl, X , ,ZA mf: Z L I' , 1 Do . n -,. Cvfxk 1 Funfgij . . N B "NCh a tall and llthe professor '. Led a class of' youths and maidens, VVandering through the mazy hyways Of' botanical instruction. ' Took these laughing youths and mai lnto lahyrinths of' Algae Into noisome fens of' Fungi. Showed us forms of Nosto Coideae, fails, I be t X . 'QQS3 ' Showed us thielaets of' Zygmenae, Showed us sportiye Cyelotillas, ' yt 1 neva? . ' ' ' Gambling in the eity water, Showed us many a Pedeastrum Many a restless Scenedesmus. Of' their little ways he lectured, Briefly gave them each a write-up, Made us freshmen learn their histories, Nineteen awfully hard life histories. l.ike a tall and stately pine tree, Strode this cruel young professor, Fast hefore his young disciples. Of! the wondrous love of' Nature, Usually he talked like sixty. We with wildly flying fingers, Stroye to eateh the words of' wisdom, Often paused in desperation, Crying to him in our anguish, "lVIr., what was that last statement? VVhat comes after Coleochaete? VVhat's a tri partite oogonium?" But he heeded not nor heard us, For his thoughts were with his Algae, XVith his well heloyed Fungi, as :gs I QA- kia de ,af - f m y if! fff v t 4, ' X l ja "I i ..,, s s' as 5 X A Y 2. 1-. .. l wig 's N '- WTF: '-"- ---.. i f f ' , tif, .,., ' Lev EX I a tt :Hi ' Q ' A' 'S J 151 Much he told us of the Algae, Of the duckweed-er-Trisuleis, Of the riverweed-lVlitosis, Ot' the fondly spoke of Fungi, Of the beauteous Pyronema, VVith its elubshaped polliw-something, With its aseoearp entraneing, And its vegetative hyphae, Ott we maidens sighed and pleaded, Often vainly tried to Uworkn him, Tried to stem the flow otlknowledge. SKED him olt about the quizzes, How we stood and what our marks were But he shook his head in silence, Kept a scientific silence. VVouldn't give us any comfort, Let us tearing eat our hearts out, Term exams were fast approaching, - Once he left his wondrous class book, A 2 Lying on the desk unguarded, , Q QQ f 5 VVhile he drew a Schizomycete, For a young light-hearted student. Then a young man stole his class book, Borrowed it a few brief' moments, Told us maidens what our marks were, To our taint hearts gave new courage, So we foiled the young professor, So we passed examinations. I A -42 X , ,. X ' 2 I -4 grip.- ' li Kg X 41 '. F, V . 152 What They Are BoARDs-There are many kinds of boards, including Y. W. C. A. Boards, Magazine Boards, Athletic Boards, Gopher Boards and Boards of Control. It is most unpleasant to be a Board. Boards are made to be walked over. When one is a part of a Board one is likely to be wholly bored. Alas, what a sad state! We wish Boardom could be abolished. CHEMISTRY-A science that entitles one to be scolded two hours twice a week. THOMAS-A Thomas is a man who reads silly, sentimental and wishy-washy-mushy stories to boys and girls. Avoid whenever possible. PREXY-A famous institution of the U. of M. Thought by many to be a magic word. FREsH-MAN-From fresh meaning "cleverness" and man meaning Uundevelopedl'-an article indispensable at colleges. BIGHE.-XD-A disease prevalent in springtime among lower orders. No cure. 'IQOURNAMENT-MCHHS generally easy victory. Sans green and white and silver cup. FUDGE-A staple article of food. Healthful, nutritious and strength-giving. Warmly recommended by Department of Physical Training. It varies greatly in appearance, sometimes resembling paving stones and sometimes being soft and jelly like. PILL-A name applied to a reprehensible person of a greater or less degree of culpability. Variously used in jesting disapproval and violent obloquy Qcolloquial at U of Mg not used in cultured circlesj. FOUNTAIN PEN-A dainty little article worn on the front of young ladies shirt waists as a brooch. ls harmless unless irritated, when it dis- charges a vile bluish liquid, from which characteristic it gets its name. Pretty and servicable fountain pens may be secured at the bookstore for from ten cents to 57.35. It is usually better, however, to advertise in the Dzzibf as if you had lost one, or wait till one is left in your locker by mistake. SPIRIT-Class spirit, a disease common to children, rarely seen in ranks above the freshmen. SYMPTOMS-Violent contortions of face and body, nervous affec- tion of eyes and hands, clucking in the throat. Never dangerous. ATHLETIC SPIRIT-AH herb supposed to be perennial. Found growing wild in great quantities at the U of M during late fall. Good forjoints and muscles. 153 Morganas Volunteer f res' don't belong to the regulars, ,S ' 1 l'm lVlorgan's Volunteer, ,fa g- Q I drill just fifty times a Week, R . 1 ,.,l y H Q V- My knees are weak, my dear, ff 'X yy ThelVla'orlooks sostrai htand tall, W Q 1 il l HMV' il' " ' ' 1 11 J ' fi g n ye ow suit so neg - N l tell you, We have to Whoop it up, '1 When Morgan comes down the line. We buy a dark red 'CChaucer, Wade in up to our knees, We feed on allegory, And ancient lists of treesg VVe swallow down the stanzas That only Peck can read, And grammatical construction ls a joy to us indeed. N35 ' fm, ' K ix 'K "fb ". . 1'-:-5.1.-ay. 1 QQ 4,1111-22' V , xl I 1 'n il If x I gg. VVe really thirst for quizzes Of any blank old kind, VVe're very learned people, And we dearly love to grind. We worship god and goddess Who thrived in Chaucer's time, With feathered conversation In five accented rhyme, 1 We fairly dote on planets, And the music of the spheres, And the puzzling inflections They used in former years. L' 'u pfhxda X, .Qld Qu-A ' qf li il l k i s 1 I y E Q , X lt Vela 'N w ff xg' Y' g Zi i ps 154 The Song of the Gopher Hole -ii! l C HY does the janitor smell smoke, my lads? f X l Why does the janitor smell smoke? I 6 l guess it's because the Hole is full 1 And the co-eds begin to choke. jk! IQ VVhat will the janitor do, my lads? 1 VVhat will the janitor do? Helll tell Cap. Guild the Bull Durham was thick And he couldn't carve his way through. o VVhat will Cap. Guild say to us, my lads? 1 J Q35 'Z lzf lip Kar I, 'I it . VVhat will Cap. Guild say to us? He'll run a big bluff about throwing us out 22, And otherwise raise a big fuss. 2 VVhat will we do when he's gone, my lads? Q? VVhat will we do when he's gone? ' VVe,ll light up our pipes once more And peacefully smoke right on. A W1 l X3 41,2 ' ,-3:3 L-.i'l.-. .-..-Je JW 3-E .+' EAW? gif-! 1r,N,JlI7l9, ' xflllvk-mi? S F . J ll gig? fulfill Diif:sA.?allr'Siv 5 f 'l -92 ef lfizVQiXF9rJ'ff1-J - 'WW 51,1 -if5?t s O gl. Qfif. x.77gf'N '13 S+- X fi ,WQN ff Q WM- 'la M as Ihg'1gf1!! X , fgfx L 'lam' lr J J' 5 I.. ky 'jitlsx on 'N AX2ffL4N-- SCENE IN IHE LIBRARY Inn Letters of a Sophomore Co-Ed to an EX '06 MY DEAR FRANcEs:- I can talk in nothing but superlatives for the first day at college has just closed. How perfectly grand it is! But do you suppose that we were really as green as these freshman? I can almost shriek with laughter when I see the poor scared things hunting their programs through for the meaning of L or M or P, timidly exploring the Main Hom the green carpet on the top Hoor to the Post Office on the first, or talking of the relative merits of Chaucer and Rhetoric. ' You remember that cute little fellow with the beautiful dark eyes I told you of last year, Horace Reed? Well he and 1 stood in the Post Office for a solid hour this morning. Oh, I've got such a crush! We were laughing at a little rieshman girl who came running to her post ofiice box fully seven times while we were standing there. I was provoked because she distracted Mr. Reed's attention somewhat. Her name is rather poetic, Rose Marie. Everybody's back, Polly Burbridge holding a levee on the statue, Bessie Healy smiling expansively, Cy Barnum, though we don't see much of him, and oh, so many others! Polly Lawrence is still proficient in fussing and Hattie is the pet of all. Stuart Thompson has grown a half-inch and from his supperior height he grins complacently. Oh, but the freshmen, the poor innocent souls! It's really too bad and these are so verdant. One told me conhdingly today, though of course I don't talk to many, that a certain Senior shark Louis Collins, was taking a samovar of History as well as of French. She said at chapel she intended to go in to see Prexy right away, he seemed like such a nice man. VV ell, goodbye for now, SoI'H1A MORE. DEAR FRANCES:- The lVIichigan game! Will we ever live to see another day like that? Glorious, glorious! Isn't Sig just the dearest, and jimmie. Why dosen't Horace play football? I think I could just-well, anyway--can't you see him sprinting down the field with the ball tucked neatly under one arm? Wuzzie said the game couldn't beat basketball for excitement. Isaw Gordon Craig clap his hands twice when we made our touchdown. Hurrah for Gordon! As the ball was going toward their goal, I heard Cy Brown"s voice behind me, saying "Friends and fellow grasshoppers: This is the crucial moment! If the wheel of Fate but turns our way! See, ah see! she does! Onward, onward goes the pigskin! Forward rush our dauntless heroes! Let us cheer, the game is ours." Gleason and Yeager chalked up the whole of Northrop wall after the game trying to explain how Yost tapped his hat. The rest of the boys were helping Col. Lee celebrate. I'm too excited to write more, SOPHIA, HELLO FRANcEs:-- Well, we've had the election and it was the most disgracaful proceeding you ever heard of Why, the engineers took everything! Simply made a clean sweep of it! And the rough house! Why, my dear, it was most appalling. Of course, if the boys want to be rowdies, thatfs all right, but it's mighty unfair in an election. Why, ifl had been a boyI would have fixed a few of them. They would have been mere putty. I should think those officers would be ashamed. Mr. Hull stood there grinning like a Satyr. I supposed he liked it. I did so want to see "Honest john" Sinclair win out, though he really did not want to run at all, but the boys just made him do it. 156 It was funny though every time Paul Stratton called for order. He raised two fingers in a sort of ''God-bless-you-my-children'' fashion, like the pope. Charlie Batson as usual made a speech, The speeches he makes in class meetings are like Phil Hasbrook's recitations in Economics, and they move one to tears. A new bit of statuary has been erected on the library stairs. It represents Florence Dickinson and Carroll Smith, the congenial studious pair. I heard the other day that Eva Blaisdell was mad Qliterally mad because little Eva has lots of temperj because Io Sublette told Fred Elston when he was looking for her, he should look higher, I went down to drill yesterday with Gordon Craig, It was not very interesting, but I made him think I was having the time of my life, and he laughed when I asked him ifjust because a man wore gold braid and made lots of noise he was necessarily a Phi Psi. I don't know anything about it ofcourse but it looked that way to me. One ofthe fellows said, when I asked him about it, "either a Phi Psi or a Delta U." That dear Mr. Holcomb who looks so much like a soldier is only a private, he ought to be at least a general and the boys say he soon will be as Haney has the pull. Ive got another crush and its on a freshman, too! Don't for the world tell a soul! Yours in love, Sornm. DEAREsT Fkancisz- How awful to have missed the junior, but I am mighty glad you could come down and go, and I know you must have enjoyed is. I want to ask you a few questions and I'll iust tabulate them. I. Have you heard Cornelia Hollishead say in your dreams "Here I am dear friends?" Or 2. Alice Bean, "This from ya to ma?" Or 3. Horace Reed, "Not that l have any personal feeling in the matter, but- 4. Do you remember Florence Hoffiinis voice? ' 5. Did you have any money left after you saw Dana? F 6. Did you buy only one copy of the Womans Mag or didn't you see Lillian Garrow. j. Did any freshman boy confide to you, he no longer liked the girls at high school? 8. Did Irene Radcliffe ask you for a dime to send Bedelia back to Ireland? Wvell, goodbye for now, Som-ua. DEAR FRANCES:- I wish now that I had run for the Gopher Board. Of course there were only 24 can- didates for Q places but then the Sigma Alpha Epsilon would have Mark Hannad me through safely. My but it was exciting. And with all the upper classmen trying to butt in and vote, it was really absorbing! l could not go to a single class all day. You see, I was working for Billie Dawson. They say he's awfully clever and I thought he ought to be elected so I just worked for him all day long. I hope he knew it. He did win out but it was awfully close and I was mighty glad I worked for the right man. I had to use my inHuence for Hattie too. I'm afraid, ifl hadn't helped her she would never have won out. She and Billie Dawson had better thank me. Frances Chamberlain is about the most literary person elected to the board, She is awfully deep, even in conversation. One ofthe fellows told me that whenever he said over five words to her he got so completely tied up in philosophy, literature, psychology and occult senses, that the only way he could ever clear himself was to rip out about ten yards of good snappy slang, then their positions were reversed. The other man, a Mr. Maynard, wore himself out completely. I think it was then 157 that he lost his hair, but I never saw him before the election, so I really can't say. I wish he might transfer some of Rollo Wrightls hirsute adornment to his own cranium, because he would really be quite good looking. Write soon, your letters are so interesting. Yours as ever, S. R. DEAREST FRANCES:- "As some day it may happen that a victim must be found, I've got a little list, I've got a little list, A Of' those who're apt to figure when the yellow slips go round, some of4whom'll be missed, some of'whom'll be missed. There's the man who cuts his classes for to smoke a little pill, There's the junior who petitions for to be eXcused Hom drill. All innocent young freshies who think Litz'll let them through, All those who pay their fees when they're two weeks overdue, Also those public nuisances who in tardiness persist, they'll some of them be missed, they'll some of them be missed. There's the Gopher Board Associate of' whom perhaps you've heard, - that well known humorist, I've got him on the list, VVho cracks that ancient joke about the Ebenezer Bird, it never has been missed, it never has been missed. That superlatively hateful man who changes registration, The Daily man with interviews about my resignation, The lovelorn boy who wants to know ifijessie has a class, And the idiotic ninny whom Dean Jones refused to pass. lt really is a popular aristocratic list and they'll some of them be missed, and they'll some of them be missed, E. B. JOHNSON, in the Alumni Weekly. Perhaps you will wonder why I open this epistle after this fashion, but if' you will re- member that exams are just passed Cgand 1HOSt of them not passedj you will appreciate it. Two great events have taken place since I wrote you, the Sophomore party and the Sophomore play. Which shall I tell you ofihrst? "The play, the play's the thing." They rehearsed almost all winter and I began to despair of! ever seeing it, but it came at last and they ffdone noble." What a charming hero Billie Dawson made. And how nohchalantly he puflfed at his cigarette, meanwhile calling it his cigar poetic license, What a grand catty old maid Grace made, How forlorn was Carleton Miles. And Hattie was such an excellent Patty that the true identity of the stage-struck maid remained a mystery until the strength and accuracy of' the queen ofi the Varsity lay revealed in the renowned hair-pulling scene. And what a butler was Jenkins, alias Dana Easton, although he would have been a better Romeo had Cornelia been Juliet. 158 Qk"lVIr. Bob," "Captain foreverf' Yet the tacetious ones whispered Billie should have sought his bliss elsewhere. j The party and the poor freshmen, Haha, treshies, how about the pepper, the resin, the sand, the lights, the trappe, the ladder and the bill for the hose? Speak up little people, don't mind us, And treshies, your party. All this, too, after insulting our noble president with a note assuring us tranquillity and peace. We felt sorry to see you Hock about the doors seeking to get at least a glimpse ot' the festivities inside. But xx hen you found that impossible, it was pitiful to note the childish instinct with which you turned upon the approaching sophomores, attempting to annoy them with an impotent show of your puny strength. Ah, treshies. lt's too bad. The lessons come hard, but you'll learn. Here's to the lreshies who furnish the fun Here's to the class we hope they'll become But since this rhyme is halting and bum I will say just goodbye, grab pencil, and run f - , , 2' gxfl A 5 N eg is im sw RX si' til Tl ' s AN, X Webs ? 4, Y C ' .W VVHAT COULD VVE DO VVITHOUT THE PHI PSYS 150 if 15 ii'2Z'?Z-film. f 44,623 . 1 'mfimwc' , M i .L f-f X f i,!ll I I f f X I' f ,f ' SIDE TALKS WITH OUR BOYS Joe Thompson-No, Joseph, the faculty does not meet in the Gopher Hole so in the future DEAR CoRNEL1A:- I am preparing a series of illus- trations for lVlilton's "Nativite Ode" as given by Frances B. Potter-this is Plate 1 and contains much Soul and Move- ment. Yours for Art, CYRUS BROWN. THAT JUNIOR BALL - H-xl when you get a notice to appear ' o f " for cribbing please do not dis- turb our committee meetings. Wm. Dawson, Jr., and Dana Easton-It is not proper to exaggerate osculation in amature dramatic Work even tho the young lady may like it better than you do. in fe E E IQ' Q f..,.. TT Xe- A eg 'wr 1 - THE HOUSE THAT jACK QDEVANEYQ BUILT Charles Pehousek-You should not plead guilty before the judge has read the charge as he might confuse you with some one accused ofa more heinous crime than expectorating on the sidewalk. Walter Sheldon-When you go out for a time do not give the young lady your name, address and telephone number. 160 YEll0 W THE SIIIIIEK Voi.. I UNIVERSITY Tis THE sunwi LUSTITS HEAD?i Nlllllilglllg' Editnr of The Ya-llow Shri:-bk has Disappear:-il - Nobody Knows NNYllf!l e VVhat has become of Guvvy , . I I Ives? XX here is our managing editor? These are the questions that are passing from one to another on the Yellow Shriek staff. Guvvy Ives has disappeared. No one has seen him for fifteen minutes. No one has heard of any plans on his 1-art to leave, and as a result the Yellow Daily staff has been thrown into chaos. Cheerful Charley Gilman, the staff detective. when seen last night at Schic'k's said he hadn't 3 seen Guvvy for fully ten min- utes and wondered why it was he had not been in his usual hangout for so long a time. The strange departure of Mr. Ives threatens to leave a great void in university life. Of late he has, through his well written editorials, been ac-ting as the "power behind the throne" for the athletic board of control. The board is now seriously handicapped without his advicei and unless the missing man soon returns, athletics at the university will have to be drop- tContlnued on page Zn or MINNESOTA, TUicsnAY, MAY 17, 1904 Ne. 1 UUEER MYSTERY DUNE TU DEATH UE JANE AUSTIN ITliiversity Professor Alteinptn to Explain Pura-ntage of I"Zllll0llS Author Professor McClumpha fin classj: "Oliver Goldsmith was the Real Father of Jane Austin." The strange mystery that has so long surrounded the parent- age of the famous literary light. Jane Austin. was declared solved yesterday morning by Professor MeClumiiha of the Ilniversity of Minnesota. who declared, in 1-lass. that Oliver Goldsmith was the great au- thor's real father. The explanation offered by Professor Metflumiilia has ere- ated a great sensation. not only at the university but also throughout the literary world. Investigation Promised. The Yellow Shrink proposes to investigate the matter to the bitter end and will devote its best energies to clearing up the mystery that has for so many years bathed the literary pro- fession. The Yellow Shriek proposes to place the facts of the case in the hands of its readers within twenty-four hours. T61 IN DUING DUTY I Slick, Slilny, Sinuous. Sqnirnling I Sealy, Squash y, Squalid Snakes Revealed by Reporter The deep boom of the shot- igun, et-hoed by the sharp crack I of the XVinehester and answered by the snarl of the revolver. ,told that the Pinkertons guard- 'ing the University Circus had at last found a resisting vic- tim. . A man, haggered and desper- ate, eakeii with blood and dust, staggered into the Daily office and turned at bay behind the desk of the business manager. Pressing one hand against his lside to cheek the Ilow of blood. I I he leveled his pistol and dropped the last of his assailants with a shot through the brain, re- ceiving nothing in return but a charge of buckshot in the right lung. Literally halt' shot. he yet mustered enough of his fast ffalling strength to call for the istaff stenographer and dictated I the following story: The Last Circus Story. The care with which the se- crets of the world's greatest. biggest, most mammoth and superlatively educational show on earth are guarded by its en- terprising proprietors makes the 2 THE YELLOW SHRIEK work of exploiting the wonders of this peerless collection of ac- robatic scintillations, hippo'dro- matic spectacularisms, aerial gyrations, muscular activities, Zoological monstrosities and other animated bric-a-brac one of the greatest difficulty and danger. A Daily reporter, dressed in full football armor, with com- plete headgear, supplemented by automobile goggles, armed with his sense of conscious rec- titude and a, Colt's Automatic Army Pistol, gained an entrance to the armory by crawling through the heating tunnel from the Law building, silenced a guard with a knife thrust and dug through the concrete floor to a rifle pit, where the rarest curiosities are concealed and guarded. lnvulnerable Monster. The lights were off and the switch was guarded by a speci- men of the Panama gorilla nine feet tall and armed witha gran- ite hitching post. The soft nosed bullets carried by the report- er's pistol simply mushroomed against the horny hide of the monster without attracting his attention. tlt is interesting to note that the Weapon used has been found by government test to be cap- able of penetrating quarter-inch boiler plate at 150 yards rangeo By the fitful light of a small supply of matches it was pos- sible only to study the collec- tion of snakes tastefully fes- tooned over the target backing. Snakes ln Ireland. There was the accordian pleated, taffeta striped, musical- ly inclined singing serpent from the Emerald Isle. The glisten- ing and agile ice serpent of ex- treme fragility from the equa- torial regions of Iceland. which can exist in captivity only when fed pineapple frapne every half hour with a pair of sugar tongs. The rarest and most awe-in- spiring specimen of groveling vcnomosity in the entire col- ltction. the only specimen of its species in captivity, in fact, the only one of its kind ever seen by human eyes, is a real live green and yellow striped garter snake, discovered with a micro- scope and captured with a pair of tweezers by a co-ed on the river bank. Another member of this sinu- ous troupe which will be viewed with interest is the amber col- ored, bromo-seltzer consuming, tank shaped and glass stom- ached Budweiser snake, cap- tured in Kansas by Carrie Na- tion, assisted by the intrepid members of the Song and Stein Club after a running iight which lasted from 9 p. m. till 3:55 a. m. - Inhuman Brutality. It was evident that these re- pulsive, rancerous and ravenous reptiles had not been fed with conscientious punctuality, for all the flattened bullets and em- pty cartridge shells which usu- ally cover the iloor in that vi- cinity. together with the iron target and about two-thirds of its wooden backing. had been devoured by the almost fam- ished captives. The case has been reported to the humane society and the proprietors of the show will be prosecuted for non-support. Unfortunately the l'61JOl'tG1"S supply of matches became ex- hausted at this stage of his in- vestigations and he could not continue his inspection of the wonders enveloped in the mas- sive Egyptian darkness which surrounded him. After a desperate battle with the army of Pinkertons guard- ing the armory, he reached the door an'd, disposing of his pur- suers in a running iight up the campus, he reached the Daily office in time to get his copy in for the six o'cloclt circus extra. After one last despairing ef- fort to gulp down the blood which was rising in his throat, 162 the heroic newsgatlierer col- lapsed into the editorial waste paper basket. A cub was sent post haste in search of a box of Perique and a physician, but before help could arrive the re- porter's pipe was out. z Well done, good and z faithful servant. ' HAS THE SHRIEK LOST ITS HEAD? fContlnued from page IJ ped for the present year at least. Politics are also at a stand- still until Mr. Ives returns. No class or other elections can be held without his sanction, as all the politicians have been in the habit of consulting him. as to the purity of their political methods before venturing to open any campaign. Vacancies will consequently go begging for occupants until the missing man returns. - The Board of Regents and President Northrop, before tak- ing action on any important matters pertaining to the wel- fare of the university, have been accustomed to read the well written editorials of the Yellow Daily and often when in doubt as to what course to pur- sure, have been set right by the well worded advice of the Yellow Shiek editorials. Con- sequently if the missing man does not return soon the Board of Regents, acting without his advice, may take some false step which would bring serious results to the university and perhaps necessitate closing down for the rest of the year. The why and the wherefore of the matter cannot be leamed. Guvvy has not been seen for fifteen minutes. The only clue is an empty blue ribbon bottle. some broken poker chips and a stove-in derby found back of the Y. M. C. A. building. Interesting persons are pa- tiently waiting news of the missing managing editor of the Yellow Shiek. If the missing man does not return, then no one knows what will become of the University of Minnesota. THE YELLOW SHRIEK 3 BURLY SUFMURE WHUUPS A PHUF. Mall Melee of Miner Men and lilechzinicnl Mastodons Wild and whirling words yes- ter day passed between a so- phomore engineer and one of the instructors, and the end is not yet. The trouble began this way: "Say," said Sig. to one of his instructors, "I can not Brook such man- ner of speaking," shouted the instructor. "I don't care a Great." re- torted Sig. The piof. leaped toward him, Sig. ran ai ound end and tackled his opponent and in a mad, writhing mass they went to the floor, butter side down. In a moment a fierce stream of min- ers' poured in and the instruc- tor tried to take his departure, but was unable. Sig. punted out five yards, The instructor sprang to his feet and tried to make the door. He gained 1 yard but was penalized by Gar- ber, who dragged him back. Then Prof. Jones bursts into the fray. "I can take care of you a whole lot," he thunldered. His eyes flashed tire. A tank of gasoline near by caught a spark and exploded. In a moment there was no trace of the unruly students ex- cept the dust and cinders lin- gering in the air. The Daily reporter disengaged himself from the ceiling and tried to interview Prof. Jones, who remarked, "I won't say any thingy you can't eat your cake and have it too." The reporter then started out to interview other members of the faculty. A policeman tried to interview Prof. Haynes, but the genial professor was too overcome by the odor of to- bacco. There is quite a little feeling over the matter, as many of the students cannot be located or accounted for. Prof, Leavenworth has the tele- scope trained over the Engi- neers' building and declares that Chas. Sainsbury and Dwight Yerxa are now revolving around Venus. It is generallv tho't that they will descend as soon as life is extinct. LOST AND FOUND 200 a word, lc an sul. Lost-Junior Class President. Address Engineers. Chi Psis, Psi Us or Phi Gams. Found-A reputation. Address Jeannette Baier. Lost-Some bowlegged short feeted nonsense verse. Address Gopher Hole. Lost-A high hat. night of Soph. party. Address Prof. Pike. Found-A splendid place to eat. Quick service, quiet, fine dishes, milkless water. Address Colhutchestin Tea Inn. Foundwln Armory. piece of girl's front tooth, lost in basket ball practice. Inquire of Jennie. Lost-A few notes in waltz time. Return to Band Orchestra. Lost-The hockey team. Re- Lvard offered. Return to J. Ab- ot. Lost-Sophomore girls. Lib- eral reward offered for their re- turn to J. Maynard, Engineer. FOUNDYA leap year propos- al. Inquire of M. Tondel, Engi- neering Building. Found-A good place for a seminar a deux. Inquire at Ma- gazine room. Lost-The girls' basket ball cup. Address the Seniors. Lost-One complete sentence McClupmha's 2nd hr. class. Lost-Three base ball shirts. Return at once or girls who wore them will be summarily punished. XV. C. D. Found-A new joke by Moore. Everyone will be wild to get it. Box 35. Lost-Person who took my or- der in lunch room. Return to Box 1357. Lost-The Junior Class Spirit. Don't return, Lost-A black cowhide belt, somewhere between Schiek's and. Finder please communi- cate with John Holm, Mag. room. Personal. Dearest Hattie-Meet me at A. D. Thompson's this evening and I will return the pocket- book that I forgot to give you on the back porch of the Sigma Chi house Saturday night, when I took you home from the "Hackdrivers' Union No. 222 ldancef'-Doc Abbott. 163 SASSITY NOTES Illinois Reunion. A reunion of the Illinois mem- bers of the Beta Theta Pi was held at the local chapter house last evening and an enjoyable time was had by all who at- tended. Frappe was served and a delightful musical program was rendered under the direc- tion of Col. Lee, Illinois Wes- leyan, '63. The reunion was a great success and will be re- membered long by those fortu- nate enough to be in attend- ance. The S. A. E. Convention. The section convention of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity was held here last week and was a financial success. Among the brilliant social events of the convention was a dazzling ball given at the VVest Hotel Friday evening. The most attractive feature of the ball was the punch after the first round of which the freshmen maidens re- fused to get thirsty. Some mean disturber of the peace alleged that thcre were sticks in the mixture, but we have reliable information to the effect that it was a log jam. The freshman girl who informed us said that next to the punch, she liked most the dancing. Delta Upsilon Dawn Party. On the morning following the Junior Ball, just as the sun was rising above the grain elevators and Standard Oil Cofs shed, and shedding its glorious beams over the stock yards of South St. Paul, the Delta Upsilon house was a scene of mirth and revelry. Other parties of this kind have been held bv Delta Upsilon, but none under such circumstances. The idea of a dawn party is an innovation in university social circles, having been introduced here by a Delta Upsilon affiliate from the Uni- versity of New Mexico. Awphly Phll Bazar. A touching scene was enacted at the Fakely residence yester- day afternoon and evening, when the Awphly Phli sorority girls held their daily bazar for the purpose of raising funds. The members of the Awphly Phli sorority demonstrated their working ability and the bawl room was tastefully ar- ranged so that no one could make a holler. Great interest 4 THE YELLOW SHRIEK centered around the fish pond, where the Hsh gathered in large numbers. In the afternoon Wo- men only were present, and in the evening salesmen were also invited. The Chl Psi Box Party. Twelve members of the Chi Psi fraternity, as guests of Wm. Dawson, Jr., made up a box party at the performance of "Buzzy Izzy" last evening at the Bijou theatre. Mr. Dawson had Seen the performance three times previously and was so delighted with the "Bell Boy Chorus" that he found it neces- sary to take his friends. An enjoyable time is reported. Minneapolis Journal, March 28: "A merry group of students occupied the University box last Sunday evening at Ward and James production of Julius Caesar. The gorgeous cravats showing resplendent above the row of shining patent leathers that adorned the rail were a nt setting for the smiling faces of the haDDY children. "Among those present were: Irwtn A. Chutchtll, Gtbsfn A. M"rr, A"'ois K'v'r"'c, Stfrla EI'ars"n, Hans D"'l"k"r, T. V"ld'y, Sydnl' L. Shtnts, Leiftr Magn"ss'n, Roland G. Stnftrd, R. F. ditto, P. Robert Heil", Fr"nk T"'gg"'rt Evtrhfrd, C. E. Gttts, I. Lans- E'ck"olt, P. Sttfr Ktrtzmfn, P. J. Rourdy, C. Rtll fritht, Gustavus Locvtrgtr, J. Lee R'g'rs. "Owing to the unexpected ab- sence of Professor A. EL Haynes the party was without a chap- erone, but this was not suffi- cient to mar the pleasure of the evening." Psi Upsllon Wlhist Party. A delightful whist party was given by Psi Upsilon fraternity at the frat. house Thursday evening. Three-handed whist, which has become so popular among the local chapter since the last semester examinations, was played and the event was one that will be long remem- bered by those in attendance. Kappa Sigma Duck Party. The members of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity gave a de- lightful duck party at Schiek's last evening. About thirty of the active chapter and alumni gathered in the large dining hall, which was tastefully deco- rated with steins fall nailed downl. A lone duck, found by one of the freshmen while re- turning from a recent hunting trip, was daintily served. It was voted to make the duck party an annual affair. - Kappa Kappa Gamma Shower. The members of the local chapter entertained at a tear shower for Mrs. Blank, St. Law- rence, '99, and a bride of the month. Mrs. Blank shed many tears of joy on seeing the Kap- pa key once more and those present who were not moved felt much like moving. An en- joyable time is reported. Theta Delta Nlatinee Idol. fFrom Minneapolis Tribune.J Norman Hackett, the popular matinee idol, is a Theta Delta. Every time he is in town he stops at the frat. house and an informal or a dinner always serves to add a little Kytllowj color to his stay. Mistake Corrected. Reports from the Apha Delta Phi house deny that it was Earnest Lehr Woodward who lost the seventy-live cents he had secreted in his Lustle. PERSONAL 200 a word, 14: an ad. A stunning brunnette of 19 would like to meet a tall, good- looking blonde gentleman. Ad- dress J. V. B., University P. O. Personal-X'Vould like to meet the donor of my valentine. Send proofs in first letter. W. C. Deering, Box 196. Will young lady, wearing long black coat and grey fur, some- times brown suit and brown fur, passing musical department about 8:25 every morning, send her name and P. O. Box to Al. Schultz, care of Dean's ofiice. Young lady in Schafer's lst hr. class, will please send her name to the tall young man in back row. Address Phi Psi house. YVantedATo know good-loolv ing Aggie captain at military hop, Feb. 13. Address I. S. D.. Box 1737. VVanted4'l'he acquaintance- ship of a young lady, who en- joys amusements and isn't par- ticular about cutting classesg one who would always be pleas- ant and never turn me down. No gen'l deliveries answered. Address Carlton Miles. 164 I . Would you like to be a fusser? Send for our flirtation book, we have the most complete list of competent fussers in college. Address Bradley 8: Salisbury, Chapel. W a n t e d-The address of young lady C"May Forbes"J met on the train- during the Dramat- ic Club trip. Send to Dana M. Easton, P. O. Box 1728. Will the band drum major Knot Rene Hugoj please send his name and P. O. Box to Fresh- man Girl, Box 1188. Will the dark-eyed girl on VVest Superior basket ball team please send her new address to H. M., care of S. A. E. house. It has transpired in social cir- cles that Dr. McVey has pur- chased the automobile which he has so often spoken of. It is Whispered that he will make a trip to Europe in it, starting in June. It is the professoris in- tention to take medical treat- ment for a severe cold which he has had all this year. The Daily reporter secured several interviews as to what the faculty think of Dr. McVey's project. He said Dean Jones disap- proved. "I prefer fast riding behind horseflesh. I have pur- chased the camel from Dr. Cooke and I expect to arrange for a track meet with Dr. Mc- Vey before he his machine." Ed. Sanford said that they on foot. John Zel- referee, and is rig- airship so that he them at the close. for sale-in good purchased second goes, and beat and Dr. Bauer intended to en- ter the race eny is to be ging up an can be onto Uniforms condition hand 9 years ago when I first came to college. For further reference apply to M. Et. Smith. : INTERVIEWS ON THE : : PENCIL RAPPING - : QUESTION. : Teddy Halloran: . . "It disturbs those In the : : back of the room. I wish : : it was squelched." : Max IVIcConn: : "I think it is unneces- : : sary." : Caroline Salisbury: : "It disturbs me when I : : am studying." : Jimmie Irsfield: : "lt makes me so nerv- : : ous!" 2 : Sig Harris: : "Me, too." Who's Who and Where They Are f , . g Bessie Cox--The Basket-Ball girl who, above J all other charms, has poise. Address, Armory any time of day or night. Wx- 'V V5 giiyx .Es i Q 1 4 I Helen Clarke--'I he rhetoric fiend. 5 Address, Oscar Firkins room. I lily- I Walter Sheldon-A laboring man. ' 3' ri-' -VY Address, the factory near Bess Healy's house. ' Dana Easton-The would-be roue. ff X Address, where he wants us to think he is. Frederic D. Calhoun-The copy thiefi Win Address, his locker, Main Building. SMP Shotol-Kaus' Genevieve jackson-The rival of Chas. Sains- bury in collecting ads. Address, certain times, Toozeis. Helen Patterson--An overworked student. Address, any or all of lVlcClumpha's classes. Carroll Ninde Smith-Koch's right hand man. Address, rear of Library reading room, 7th hour always. Frank Teasdale-A living example of what a complexion can do for a man. Address, Alpha Phi row Qchapel timej. Dwight Yerxa-The campus soubrette. Address, Physics Building Qsame for three yearsl. Fred Larson-The IIOOtl1 man of that name in Nlinneapolis ibut it is not ,SX his faultj. fl? X Address, his sorority house. ,ul X Q Thorald Field-the man who buys two XX 7 tickets for an informal fhimself' and J' ladyj. i Address, "The Lodge." '- fy. ' of 51? Iii. C. O'Brien-The Hearst of jour- N Q 5, ig ff nalism. ' x 1 I Constant address,Gopher Hole, Z "9-X - E except when he disappears. Carl Vvold studies. 165 FREDERICK E. BECKIVIAN, PH. D., or THE FRENCH AND SPANISH DEPARTMENT, came to the University of lVIinnesota in 1 899 from the University of Chicago, where he took his doctor's degree in 1898. During the few years he has been here, Dr. Beck- man has won an enviable place in the hearts of his students and of all with whom he has come in contact. He leaves at the end of the semester to continue his work in Europe, and the Gopher joins in extending to him . its best wishes for his future success. 1 HEARD IN PSYCHOLOGY l Can the knower know the knower? No, because if the knower knows the knower then the knower becomes the known and the knower no longer knows the knower but is the known. Ifwe separate the knower from the known then the knower knows the knower, the knower is not the unknown but is known in that which he knows. DR. BIECKMAN Prof. Wiltle: "We may own a piece of property. A lot may be ours, yet not be ourselvesf' A bright pupil lunder his breathl: "Oh, I don't know, some people think they're a lot.'l Hasbrook freadin lr "lVIulto paseo por :'1i X X aqui a todas horasfl g f Ki Dr, Beckman: "Translate" W4 , ip. I-I.: "I pass -" if iiljll EM B.: "No, If you translate that way you Hunk." all 9? jill 9 Dr. B.: 'fWhat are you reading in Italian? lVIiss H.: "Dante," B.: "Have you gone to hell yet?" I Wirth lin debateil: "Under the present tj system if a man wants to be an engineer, he takes A the engineering courseg if he wants to be a lawyer, , J he takes the law course, and if he wants to be a 2.- farmer, he takes the pharmacy course." Dr. Burton in chapel 166 W MCSHURITS MAGAZINE 1. ,eh Jay "bl 7 ay L Alieagigbs I ea' 7 .- "s I if-44 J... ! emi .1 Sen V-mes I , u SFI L FI D MHROON it Jkgigmf - , ,xg nnoGuv.p I 2 L! 17' ' ' 49 wa Peas i, oi -X Q 'M c ,- -1' -.fgzfffwf 4 D .Z H . ALUIVI IBAN UET Dazhlzbf Seffwaf PREPARED WITH SUGGESTIONS FORDSERVING BY DR. FREDERICK BECKMAN Make the sandwiches of sliced bones toasted on one side. Accompany each with a couple of Maroon and Gold Wlafers and a cup of coffee left over from the junior Ball. The sea voyage salad is a private preparation mixed with Mississippi River water of many colors and Havors. Mention McShure's Magazine when you write MCSHURIVS MAGAZINE ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW BOOKS THE NEVVSPAPER ROAD TO WEALTH, or, How I Made My First Million on Three Dollars a Column By WII.I,IAM HENRY MCGRIATH QSilent Hankj IVIINNEAPOLIS, THE CAPI- TAL AND RAILWAY CEN- TER OF IVIINNESOTA By PROFESSOR F. L. MQVEY Setting forth the natural advantages of lVIinneapolis and exposing the fal- lacy ofthe natives down the river who believe that St. Paul is the capital of lVIinnesota FRos'I' IN VIIIEIIAL BREAST OF A BIRD, or, Pneumonia in its Early Stages By JOSEPH WIARREN BEACH, Bard. THE LIGHT THAT FAILED, or, Flunked by Fate By CBORDON CRAIG HOVV I BECAME A GRAFTER, or, Politics is Hell By CYRIIS PAINE BARNUM THE IQOS GOPHER A book with a purpose. Attempts to expose existing evil conditions and does it HOW IT FEELS TO BE A GERIVI By A. GERM Being a personal account of the ex- periences of one of the inhabitants of the library drinking cup X. MAN ee?NqI3 WITH tk Ut THE fFXxyLw ami MAIDIALN J, BEARD, or, 5 i"i l X A 5,ooo Years 1 VVithout a Shave ! By RoLL WRIKQHT R011 Wfighf TI-IE VVARDEN'S DAUGI1- TER, or, From Prison to Palace By BRADLEY GIBSON 31 4 6 3 Nl 'l ITIL IXICSHURE COMPANY, COPHFR HOII 'XIAINI I MCSIIURITS LATEST THE VICTORY OF TH Ii ISN- GINI1lIiRS, or, Who Sat on the Davenport? By Sic: HARRIS MAN'S PLACIC IN THIRI UNI- IVIIIRSIAI A new and important philosophical theory By HELENIE KENNEDY THIS MADNIQSS OF PHILIP, or, Why' We Didn't Beat Michigan By IRWIN CHURCHILI, Illustrated by C. Steenson VVHIQN PATSY PAT VVICNT TO COLLICGH Alun Brooks Calls this hook "the most delightfully reheshing thing I have seen this year." It tells of the humorous adventures of' 21 cheer- ful college girl with whom every one is in love long before the last chapter is reached. - TH If LOVIK AFFAIRS OF ROSE MARIE MURPHY Romantically and politieallly con- MAGAZINIC FIC TIOAI THF MUSICAI, GUIIIJIIII By GVV IIARRINGTON A two volume encyclopedia ' A- 1 A I. ,LN V""'+ ' i , in 1 1 414 nfnsf H1117 X K J 'pi ' P A " I if -In-I ,1 2 gi' ft ,122 U. S. MILITARY TA CT I CS Revised by H. VV. Smith, ex-nd' u taint ,I IM PARTIAL HXA M I N A- TIONS,or, Dragging the IJU's Up By IXIAJOR LlI.Al'DE IIANIQY A thrilling tale of niilitziry life at the University of Minnesota under the new regime P. O. BOX QQQ, or, The Mystery of the Poisoned Fudge sidered By Miss I7I'r vpn Q I ,x'W.L ll fm M, Ili . -ffm f fi - W Q' 'T X" 9 MENTIOX Mt'SHURE'S WHEN YOL' WRITE 179 MQSIIUR ITS M ,XGAZIN Ii HOLIDAY' 'I'I-Ili SIIVIPLPI LIFE By Ilicia I'AT'1'Ei2 A Plea for a Saner Standard of Living. 'fShouId be used as a tract through- out the country."-.Iohn Holm. "Like a breath of' air in the Main Building."-I". Beckman. COUNTRY Lllfli A Sporting I.iIJrary By Ciaiuaxcii 'IANNEIQ VX'ith a chapter dealing specially with hunting with fox and hounds in and around hlinneapolis EDITIONS THR CHANGE, OIF HIQART By Ijorso ALIDRICH IN 'I'HI+l I-IHARI O If AIU-KN By CHARLES SAINSBFRY A treatise on Japanese life written Ivy the author who left for the Orient the day Imefiore the Gopher appeared FRANK SU'I"I'ON'S GREI-X'I' SUCCIQSSIQS lNIrs. Guild of the Lunch Room and Lovely Mary Richly illustrated hy Lois Goodrich gifisifi - "?- V i?-1i.i:.?' :1Z E5T'i??'2ifi?i,. ' . ,.,f :EE ,, IWX BOX HOOD IX-XX 5 gif-. ref By IoHN ZELENY I '-lf V, . la. 5' ' ' n 5 ERA . A Ek How the author clnnlued I i .,,1'I':gTjf'fif2, the ladder of Rune until he I u - at . 1 'zjzffiai - f . - njzwcg X, up Y - ., 14,5 1 fg J, K, fi . . . XSigiQgI ,f:? 4 Qi ' reached the chan' of phy sics ' x ' ' 4 e r if the IJ of M '?igr'E,5-1-25,2 i ,fffiieg xgig,-1 X- 55151 4 1 g ii-E l f ' Xoa11eo0o Q ow flfljly ooo G: xiii, K ,ff Q , ' r' I MCSIIVRIQ I'L'B1.ISIIINLiLQUMI'ANX.GUPHI'.R HUI.h. MAIN T71 McSHURE'S MAGAZINE SPECIAL OFFER A GREAT MAN'S MEMo1Rs .-X 'K X - S AAAA Ax -2 xx ,xxx f Y X xc I Q FN fr -g ay f X Q From freshman year until the reign of J X, ,Se W Kovarik this book covers all the hitherto con- ' I 'N cealed ossi of the ravel roof and hollow . - W X . g P g f A 4 3 pillared front where the great man was such a 'N-.. I. 1... ,gl figure. It tells of that house where so many f .M jj! deep intrigues were laid for senior prom and -Qi: X class play grafts. Without this book much of T I the underlying history of college life would re- X. xi main unknown. This book is given to the public in an llllik UNEXPURGATED EDITION and to all The real M' LCROV Arnold college people its publication will be a delight. We publish a special edition-de-luxe, which on account of an error in binding, may be had for 310 per volume, ALL OF THE IEAL HEROES OF LATE YEARS Being an account of the has been politicians. Here they seem actually to live again and to play their parts in the drama of demoralization, with such fascinating vividness, such marvelous reality, has Dr. Guvvy Ives por- trayed them in that greatest of world's biographies BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY Written as lectures to the masses, to depict each pivotal epoch in human history by describing its leading spirit, each of these biographies is complete in itself and clothed in that simple graphic English that sways alike the scholar, the ordinary man of affairs, the intelligent artisan, and the child scarcely graduated from fairy tales. Order by number. I. Jas. Von Williams 2. A. Layne 3. Jay I. Durand 4. Albert Koch 5. Dwight Yerxa 6. Murray Davenport 7. Moses 8 Julius Caesar 9. John Maynard Io. Mirabeau :oi 9 'I ot, AS- 0 . f tall! fig n . zz' 'Eff ' 591' X U: f 6 3 .1980-'S r iff!! K 1.1! Wi' 7YI1IiANIl'ilO N 'M es HU REIS WH EN r ot' W RITE -OM 172 I The Shame of the unior Class I1e4zu!e.v.v and H apefeff----Stzlck in the Mira af Misrule and Proud qi' If ,, . Q - - . , . Bv LlCKllVl STA,BBllVl -, my-..f 1-2-. Q , , , '. " ' " '.Hl1Rl'L is hope for some of our classes. Ly 1 .03 ,Qu .' Barnum promised me yvith tears in his eyes that L7 he would stick hat pins into the Senior Class president and prod him on to virtuous activity. Q Q Igfjf-:'5 The Sophomores have recently held a Gopher gf election against which nothing can be said ex- 'W9 , . 'Ol' ce t that the whole thin was 'obbed. The . 1 P 3 J i xvxpf fu 1, , . . . ., ' , N' Freshmen in a fit of temporary insanity have ' i Q ." " cut loose from the engineers, thereby insuring the elimination of the Tammany element from their august doings. But the Junior Class is forever stuck in the mire of misrule. Stuck and proud of it. VVhen the college opened last September, few of the junior Class outside ofthe inner circle of politicians had thought seriously of presi- dential possibilities. "Old Cap" Schouten wanted to support some frat man in order to get a frat graft that would eventually place him on the athletic board of control. "Boss" Davenport wanted the Junior Ball Association. The two bosses pooled their interests and decided to run Albert Alonzo Koch. As soon as l reached the University of Minne- sota l began my famous search for the presidential candidates. After making diligent inquiries l found the trio of politicians standing in front of the Library D. K, y-ERXA Building in earnest consultation. ll'1?,f,2F3gj,f3,'n?00d "Well," said l, "how do you regard your chances?" "They couldn't be better," replied the possibility. "'Old Cap' can pull the G. A. R. vote and 'Boss' here can also do wonders, and what those two can't reach I have already got pledged." VVe then went over to their den and were treated to a cup of pul- verized glass and a Missouri mearshum, after which we came to the conclusion that Albert would in all probability become the next president. The next morning the great event took place. There was no other candidate in the field except Albert-that is, he thought there wasnlt. Two dark horses, one an academic and the other an engineer, were nom- 173 O inated and then the doings that have forever disgraced the junior Class commenced. "H eeleru Halloran took the chair in the absence of'fKeg" VValker, who was busy fussing in the chapel. The Senior Class came in and voted for Koch. The Sophomores voted for Carlson. The engineers of all classes voted for 'fShorty" Yerxa. lt is said that even some stray Freshmen who were wandering about in seach ot' their guardians voted at this unior Class election. "Bossi' who collected the lwallots, stullied the hox nohly for lxfoehg the coeeds stutled valiantlv for 'fShortv." And f'Shorty"'got there. J 'i 'ff RHAT was the dismay in the camp of the triumvirate. ' Their candidate had heen defeated. Their frat graft was X 'f lost. Hut one thing remained. They would organize ' X the junior Ball. Quickly summoning their lieutenants " fig they gave notice that a meeting would he held immedi- ately to organize the hall association. The rest of the story is told in the following heautiful lines: "There was a young fellow named Gerrish Wlhold he prex of the junior or perish. He got the support Of "Boss" Davenport For the office he fondly did cherish. "And now as the story is told, Too late he found he was sold. XVhen they formed the ball, U U's, Betas and all, They found themselves out in the cold." No one ot' the class seems to worry ahout the example set for the Freshmen. Such is the condition of the Junior Class today. Helpless and hopeless, stuck in the mire ot' misrule and proud ot it. . .. U- .uganhni 174 X Q.. W i BATALLION FORVVARD DRESS PARADE T75 T h e Carrupf and Confezffea'-M Sophomore Class One fix! ffemlserf to Strike, one fool Poised for Flzghl By LICKIM STABBIM 31" A xii, -X h, .fiff Xia? x bold assailants back and Uno the Armory stairs Sophomores and Freshmen fought hand to hand. Chairs were splintered and gas pipe bent over heroic foreheads of intellectual height. Ice cold water drenched besieger and besieged alike. Good blows were struck, brave deeds done and base, shouts of war and defiance swelled above the music of the dance. It was a battle of the gods. lnch by inch the brave defenders drove their t an inch was lost and won without some deed of carnage donefl Back turned the tide of fightfback to the foot of the stairs-back to the inner door-the freshmen rally and make good their ground-the hose is swung lo dying. ose--the hall is clear save for the dead and The Sophomores have won the day. Above, trembling at more Class is crying over the lVlaynard is with him. Such is the Sophomo the din of battle, the president of the Sopho- phone begging for police protection. Madge re Class. Brave to the point of ferocity. Crafty to the point o f cowardice. Ui f "r ITH a high hand the engineers carried the class election. Pi X A While the academics battered against locked doors, while K f grave members ofthe faculty implored admission, they I 'ls elected a president. The coup was worthy the genius of x'7,EYif a Napoleon l. Since Cromwell purged Parliament no no fraudvvforce election was so carried with the iron hand. There was , open, relentless and honorable won the day. Hull lreference to the Faculty and Student List gives me his full name, George Keats Hull, ling. Unclassed, St. Pauly was named dictator by these praetorians. Fierce to the point of ferocity. lt is the inalienable right of the people to be governed wisely and well, but seldom have they t he wisdom to choose their governors rightg it 176 is then the duty of all patriots of executive ability to see that the people choose them for their governors and they should also see to it that the wires are so laid that the people have no chance to make the mistake of not choosing them. So reasoned "Bill" Dawson and Horace Reed. They saw their duty. They sat at the feet of "Croker" O'Brien and "Cb1ay" Collins and absorbed political sagacity. They prepared a slate and called a class meeting. They passed a class party bill with a Gopher election rider. "Boss" Davenport got wroth, his friends were not on the slate. He gave notice that a deal was on. "Bruiser'l Reed approached "Bossl' Davenport in the library corri- dor. He had his gang with him. "Take that,', said the Bruiser. "What?'y said the Boss. "He hit you," said the gang. "Hold me lest in my passion I slay him," said the Boss. The gang grappled with the infuriated Davenport. Nowhere save in a South American revolution or in a French duel was there ever such a fight. While the one man who might have thwarted the designs of the patriotic candidates was thus diverted from his duty, the slate came through without a scratch. Good government had won the day. The people had made no mistake. The candidates had done their duty. All was over save the cheering. To what heights of daring, to what depths of corruption the class of '06 may go, l do not know. The future alone can till its story, To- day the class stands with folded arms, looking complacently over its achievements, Une fist is clenched to strike, one foot is poised for flight. Fierce to the point of ferocity, crafty to the point of cowardice. Corrupt and contented. T NO '1'RA1VS1f'lGlLXBLlC ' M- f-P - 4- -A-4,f1f44 AT' ' 2 Q f M Q' N i Oo . 3 X N5 ' G' ' l 1 . , ' 3- f X s l a I ' ' 'Q 1 E 'I l - :S X ' S i Q i .2 3 N A 71 S Q sf I l 3 S " cz ': ' ig N' 1 15 5 2 E, E 5' 2 '- gl i ' 1 2 E 3 ,H I '5 5 ' W9 l lg -+ - Q - 1 .: 1 E E I TE N , i T i a . :f f 12 3. f . i E ' 'u f T 'Q l i: I 5 Af .2 ' : ' . 9 li V Q 5 Q' .: L Eg Sf 5 S 'Q ' i vi' . of 'i - ' "w- - Cv- l I Q5 'I i 2. E ' ' I S1 1 3 I5 Q 2 1 ' l l 5. '. 1 3 3 5 5: y 5 3 I gg r g I0 l E 52 5- 4 N i l sf xl l S in E elif ca W B' Si S, Q 53 ra Q 35 Q Il . rf, S., A Q! 177 SPRING CARNIVAL BUCK 'DE MONKH I LAWN FETE The Athletic Board of ontrol liirkezi mm' Ufzwzzslzed By LlCKllVl STABBIM O V i ' N llUR'l'l,Y before the board of control election , s , i l ventured into Wlildey's Nicotine Dispensary. -.33 - a The swirling clouds of smoke etlectuallv con- '- cealed my identity, so my action was not as fool- . :" Q, N hardy as might at hrst appear. After rolling up my trousers l waded through the debris, O both liquid and solid, which covered the tloor .,:,,.t-,., . and, concealing myself' behind a cud of Battle ' ' in. ' Axe plug, took a post in a secluded corner, felt i to see if my revolver lay loose in my pocket and devoted myself' to observation. Wviclied and unwashed. Though l could not distinguish faces through the dense mass of incinerated lJulie's hlixture that filled the joint, l was able to recognize several of the more notorious denizens of the under world by their voices. George Dredge was delivering an impassioned oration. l could not hear all he said but in the lulls ot' sound, when the slot machine paused for breath and the dicers were settling accounts, I caught the drift of of his remarks. . . . A. D. Eyiuxs. "Dese academics have run things long 'null wlmuufiliasc?Kl1f,Deww ' ' ga ery or ns -time one ot' de tellers got on de board-ljvans has 5Ul'l10Yl9l'5 got a graft wid de medics-Haney is one o' dem- den dere's six-lingered Schouten-an' dere's Semy Schraederf run in de hull slate tell wid de caucus dat 'llhompson is one ol de gang Scliendell ain't one o' de boys H llralqe stays around de campus too much stuck up 'rastocrat too stuck up to come down to Pecco de lfinche's e trun out de gang and have things our own way." The gang of disteputable loafers set up a cheer and tloclied over to the counter where Evans was l-one olde gangff distributing Owlfigars lnow gcl. l cast about me for A. M. THO M PSON. 170 means of escaping from this council chamber of the submerged tenth but dared not make myself conspicuous by leaving, especially as in going out Iwould have to pass the counter where Evans was dispensing his vile campaign cigars and might be forced to take one and light it to avoid sus- picion. Fortunately at this juncture Evans mounted upon a cider keg and announced that he and Carl Wold had bought the gallery at the Dewey and should be proud to have the company ofthe assembled gentle- men thitherward. I fell into the rear of the gang as it made a frantic rush for the door and made my escape while they were pulling the trolley and wrenching off the gates of a down-town car. Wicked and unwashed. fvw ' FTER this experience with the lilvans crowd l felt con- 5 , M siderable hesitation about lj A going in search of the F' qf 'LQBOWW Drake supporters. Such fears were groundless, as l found the gentlemen in charge of the Drake campaign gathered in the Y. W. C. A. parlor discussing the di- vision of the ofiices in the gift of the president of the board. They had just voted a foot-ball M to L. Collins and were discussing the appointment of ushers when l entered. There were some of the most astute politicians in the university in this select, well groomed crowd. Though l had never met Mr. Drake before, I at once recognized the Ciceronian features which have graced the posters for many debates. The six feet of lrish called 'Jack Layne was draped gracefully over three chairs. Collins was standing on a stool beside him and whispering into his ear. Uver in a corner John I-lolm was wrestling with the difficult problem of translating an lcelandicjoke into lainglish simple enough for the understanding of F. L. Noyes. These gentlemen were ready enough to talk when I told them why I was there. They were sure of carrying the election. Drake was too well known in the university to need an aggressive campaign, while his opponent was a man who never showed his face on the campus and had only a registration right to call himselfa member of the university. The Candidate Drake consults 'lBoss" Layne ISO rest of the slate were confident that in spite of their rather shop-worn political character, the unblemished reputation and eminent fitness of the head of the ticket would pull them through. Such was their courtesy and kindness that l felt ashamed to think that I had brought two guns and a bottle of Smelting salts to this interview. Corrupt and over confident! 'T 'f OING out of the Nlain building I met Yerxa. He told Y 1 me that his friends insisted upon his running from the Q V engineering department and would hold a caucus and - X endorse him the next day. L A-A1 At the entrance to the campus I niet Mark VVool- F ery, who informed me that Yerxa had withdrawn in his favor. Both these men were endorsed by carefully packed Caucuses and neither got as much as a look in at the election. The medics had a spirited throat cutting contest among themselves and finally indorsed a dent because the medic candidates stuffed the ballot box to a deadlock on each vote. When the votes were counted the Drake ticket was snowed under a mass of ballots cast by men who never had voted in a university election before or since. The board elected was composed of men whose names had never been heard of before, and it is impossible to foretell how they will succeed in the management of university athletics. So far they have been too busy rewarding their henchman and heelers to give the interests of the university more than a casual mention. Such is the Board of Control. ln such hands are the athletic interests ol the university. VVicked and unwashed. Iql Poets' orner f- BEAUTIFUL eo-ed Conversecl with 21 dough head ln the hihliotheque one clay, VVhen Llown fume Miss F. q'Did they ihink she was deaf? 3 And liighteneil the dough hezul away. s, x -. if , QI .. ,-Xn hour P2lSSCkl ami the Womlering maiden WVenL to her Class wiih ei hungry sigh, But Mrs. Guild never sim' noi' heard her As she sohi the hm olihei' pmnphin pie. HICRIQ was a young min: named Chas, Wvho had such superfluous hmss He went into Too2e's But znller some lloozes, X I 0 . I 4 ,ff -l IJ' fi ri , 4 D '4 3 3 2 C.. E 'I E He tried Lo get out - -hut iihis I 'i Whose paints were the talk of Lhe toxin, Un the Nlnin Building smirs When quite unaiwznes, He tripped in Lhe liwhls ziml fell Lion n. There xxzis Ll young girl nimeil Bess Wvho haul ii sweet smile, l winless. She toiled night :mal clay, Gm the hoolx unelei' xx nj. , Anil Lhen did she smile? Wvell l guess. 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YY: X 1 ' , '52 ' 7751-ZfLf-..,,T Aff, 1 1 .Z ,1 15-4 155 In the Dim Old Hall LOW' sauntered Oscar down the dim old hall, Pensive and mute voiced, head thinktiilly bent down, Bent on his daily stunt ofquips and slams, Wrapt in extreme, aesthetic booktul thrall. And there moved after him one soulful chap, White locked, and lithe ofform, and pale with mind. He seemed in that dim place a Wraith ofsoulg A bunch of SOl1l1CtS in his bosom laid. V A jutting dark hall angle he pent Oscar in, Who meelcly smiled-seeing full well the trap. Then spoke the poet: "Full have l thunk quite oft These inillimitable infinite thoughts ot' mine, Far reaching as the space wherein my soul, Down dropping on the pinions of the gale-" My Here being out of breath he paused apace, 5210 His hand upon his side, and Oscar smiled. nf AFR My xxx Then read he sonnets in low voice and soft. 1-wg-.f Q 1 AN EMPTY vo1D Ki N5 "An empty box and an empty room, Q X -fix And across the woesome sea X 'mfr r ' K Her little feet do they wearylul wander ' X Far from Eddie and Me? Ck I, X Far away in the land of Older, b X Hey diddle, hey diddle dee. X Q42 E c fy-f t ll An empty void in the heart of a man XXX K X And a Woefiil call for She, M And the stars came down, and the moon came round -kg X l ,- And sang to Eddie and Me. s Sang a song ol' the soul's deep meaning, Hey diddle, hey diddle dee," mcg.: At the Michigan Game As the bell rang horribly and long, The poet skipped, and Oscar went to class. 43- 7 LIK 0 k ' Ky I F 5121! I 184 MCSHURE'S MAGAZINE THE TALE OF THE TAGS I VVEAR, oR, WHAT HONORS MEAN TO A SOLDIER. A soldierls account of how he won medal after medal for marksmanship, chiefly along the line of tossing hen fruit at elusive Ethiopes and doing other odd stunts at retail ribbon clerks' picnics. POEMS OF PASSION, By W. H. Stromswald. Lovely Lyrics, Illustrated by Eliz. McLaughlin. THE FIGHT OF THE FORUMS. A thrilling tale ofhow the Spanish pretender, Don Carlos Dow, saved the beautiful Minerva. Vivid as any Anthony Hope romance. The pages are caked with drizzling gore and the stab- bing scene Where the Man With the Maiden Beard amputates the pretender's lungs is told in true Victor Hugo Style. THE GRAFTSMAN Issued in new form and now completing its fourth unsuccessful year, offers a trial subscrip- tion: Three M onths for 25 cents. The object of the magazine is to further the social and political conditions of the editor. It deals with Class, Gopher, Athletic Board and Daily elections. Address: United Grafts, E. L. NOYES, University of Minnesota S , ,,Q, o n .Pier an 15? NI ation McShure's WI 3 't . 185 MCSI-IURE'S MAGAZINE Do you Want to raise a fine silky beard? ' USE THE WILLIS M. WEST METHOD. Readthis: "We have a very fine and glossy Whisker. It has grown ever since We adopted your excellent treatment. It is now long and curly. You may print this testimonial if you Wish. qsignedy J. A. LAYNE, FALRX STEWART. ENGINEERING TAUGHT BY CORRESPONDENCE. Learn to control the world moving powers, For further information, address MARK WOOLERY and DWIGHT YERXA, I late ofthe Engineering Department. brush. BILL BAILEY'S COMPLEXION BRUSH. VVe print a testimonial from one of the slaves of this peerless "Before using your brush, I was a complexion failure in college but after investing in one of them my social career has been one long easy slide. Yours for beauty in man, JOHN ABBOTT." as -gf- + 1 .A '. in EPI, QE fr X ' 7 Mention Mc5hure's whe y 't . 186 McSHURE'S MAGAZINE Wouldn't You Like to be Taller? lYouldn't you like to add from two to Five inches to your height? XVouldn't you like to improve the general symmetry of your figure? THE SECRET OF THE GIBSON-YERXA-LOVE SYSTEM FREE TO ANY SHORT PERSON GENTLEMEN: Before using your system I was three feet eleven inches in my stocking feet. Now I am four feet with my hair cut. fSignedJ L. L. COLLINS. Fond Wives Do you want to save your friends and husbands from the awful tobacco habit? XYrite and learn how we have saved many men from the coffin nail. Address, Miss EVA BLAISDELL. Miss ELoIsE SMITH. College Men Stop that worry. We will write it for you Cheap. All kinds of orations, debates and essays written and corrected at reason- able prices. Address, RAYMLJND P. CHASE. IsAAc W,x'r'rs CHOATE. JOHN P. DE VANEY. LEARN TO WRITE ADVERTISEMENTS THE BURISRIDGE COURSE EMBRACES 365 LESSONS AND PERSONAL CRITICISMS XVrite early and get lots of interest- ing news about your friends. Address, Miss HELEN BURBRIDGE, Library Corridor, U. of M. When you write mention McSl'xure's I 37 McSHURli'S MAGAZINE A Y' wx.- HFOR DAILY USE" THE LUCElVlOBlLEeGentle as a lamb. Any girl can run it. Stability guaranteed. "NYill knock any street em' OH. the t1'z1elc,"ff-IIAZEI. ISRUWN M0 mana Women, Be Beautiful! Diamonds THE JANETTE METHOD SOLD ON NEVER FAILS l Cut of Miss H. omitted for J I H' Sweet Sylx'ia's sz1lce.b l eey Z7ZVA fll0fzMQf ffzsfezff- fffffffff ef ff-00 Jlffethoal Safe, Sure, Releeble Sencl for pamphlet, "Hack to MINNEAPOLIS AGENCY Nature and the VVay." Miss RUTH CQLE. MISS BESSIE HEALY. WRITE EARLY and AVOID THE RUSH 188 MINUTES or A MEETING or THE PRESS CLUB or THE UNIVERS1'I'Y or MINNESOTA, HELD ABOUT THE TIME OF THE SEMESTER EXAMS, IN THE YEAR or GRACE, 1904 PROLOG f ral T chanced one day as our gentle and esteemed brother Pingry, vulgarly x ,f called Ping Pong, was, as is his wont, sitting in the Daily oflice Waiting, X ' as is also his wont, for the copy drawer to become ripe for inspection, in X 4 X order that the St. Paul public might be informed ofthe day's doings at the 'X Y University, and that with a minimum of effort on the part of our brother, he being ofa gentle disposition and sore disinclined to work, he, being idle U J ' ' did read in the exchanges and was thereby smote and sore afHicted with an idea and did, being so burdened, talk to others ofthe craft at great length so that they did be exceedingly tired with a great weariness and at last, being all too wearied, they did consent unto him to summon the congregation of them that did lie for a living to assemble and form a club. Having now set forth in order the origin of this club that the blame therefor may be accurately placed, I will proceed to relate what things were done at that assembly which the much boosting of our brother Ping Pong did cause to be assembled. Guvey Ives did seat himself at the head of the table in the place of resort and, having eaten every thing in sight, did call the meeting to order. He then called for nominations for president. As Ives looked expectant he was straightway elected with no dissenting vote save his own, which fact 1 record as proving the modesty of Guvey. John Holm was chosen to fill the oflice of vice-president, a position where he could exercise his talents as an ornament to the best advantage. Thru personal modesty and natural difiidence I am forced to omit all reference to the oH'ice of secretary. Trusting to the native indolence of F. R. Pingry to prevent his absconding to any great distance the unanimous choice of those present made him treasurer. ln justice to Mr, Pingry l must add that he did not vote. Mr. lves being already in the chair called tor the consideration of business. It was moved, seconded and carried that the oflicers buy the butter-milk for the crowd. There were five dissenting votes. O,Brien suggested that the club take space in the Gopher. Q Hisses. 5 Sainsbury said that it would cost the club nothing. fCheers. J Moved, second and carried that the club take two pages in the Gopher. R. Mitchell appointed to make date with picture man. Moved, seconded and carried that a committee be appointed to design a club emblem. Hall, Holm and Sainsbury appointed. Moved, seconded aud carried that Easton assist the Ethiopians to remove the debris. Easton voted no. There were some speeches and Holm told a Cfiinny 5 story. lt cannot be recorded here. When last seen the club was in session at Schiek's. The secretary made a painstaking effort to discover what was done at this part of the session but could find no one who could remember. He believes that the meeting was finally adjourned but can not prove it save by the fact that the club is not there still. 130 ,,.sL-- - .fm TO LOUIS COLLINS There are Steins of blue, there are brown steins, toog There are steins of every size and steins of every hue. But I surmise, if you are Wise, You'll be leary of the steins beyond your size. SYLVIA KB!!! Shakespeare claims lbe authorship gf tlzefollofwing but we have posififve efvidenfe fha! il was wriffen by Haadfar Tbelandersfrom Lagersteriusj H0 is Sylvia? What is she that all the swains commend her? Holy, fair and Wiseis she, heaven such grace did lend her, That she might admired be. Is she as kind as she is fair? For beauty lives with kindness. Love doth to her eyes repair, to help him in his blindness, And being helped inhabits there. Then to Sylvia let us sing, that Sylvia is excelingg She excels each mortal thing upon this dull earth dwelling. To her let us garlands bring. 190 sz :Q Av- 2547 a 4 x Y all sy I K els he Gopher heatre Home ol tlic declined grotesque and fraudville UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC CLUB, Lessees MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Try PREXY'S PINK PUNS FOR PALE FRESHMEN Cure Homcsickness, Unrequitcd Affection, Loss of Appetite, Coughs, Colds, etc. ZOP,NTO Th? ljlriirersity TRY THE 0 rnnesota A A E H E. B. Dramatic Club ' ' mes Johnsonfs Pfesiisislzenfrisffme , "The 1906 Gopher CORK P1206 3 Election" TIPS BETWEEN Hr Kc Recd, Athletic Manager XV ll wson Chief Musician lla list Electrician uTl'lC Cigarette of the Century" Three doors lWlL'SICAl. Prior, AM.1E March Victory to the 1 Little Brown jug 1 1 , 'rite 1a1nwt1mKi11Qd F ti r Those who ha C med lf use .4. Wil.. no other kind Program Continued on Next Page l North N E X T W E E K Manager Max McConn of the Broken Promise Company will Present CRIBBING THROUGH CGLLEGE with MISS PRUDENCE PRATT as Leading Lady Prof, Naclitrieb ------- Musical Director J AIJI'ER'1iISE youie NN ANTS IIN IHP. SCICHLIHC Method YELLOW PALWL SPOONER SHRIEK Francois Le Roy King PIANIST MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN BY MAIL Latest, newest, brightest songs, including' 'Down Upon the Suwanee River," "The Holy City," "Under Southern Skies." PRUGR SBI CONT1Nl LU CAST UF CHARACTERS Mark Hanna . . Cy Brown Dick Croker . . Paul Stratton Billy Bookmaker, H. E. RlCl12ll'ClS Injured Innocence M. T. Davenport Adam Knocker . Robt. Keyes Yociferous Leatherlungs Claude Haney lo, the XVhite Heifer Emily Arnold Voters, tellers, stuffed ballot hoxes, waiters, etc., etc., etc. t1HoRUS l' lossy Footlight Madge Maynard Susie Rouge . . Korty Glass Kitty Calcium . Siss XYeisner Toodles, mama's darling, Hungry Collins Charles Gilman ft'IIEIERFl'L CHARL1-:rj DETECTIVE I AGENCY I Siczj'CDetecli11e of Yellow Sloriek l All society scandals, l typhoid germs, etc. p 112.161 IfluHyskirts looked IMO Harrytierrish Y ADDRESS Dottie Pinktoes, Cupid Gibbons x ri V Sue Iirette . Mouthy Hawkins I BEST OF WOR1x 619 Fourth St. S. E. "'t' E l UUARANTMED Program Continued on Next Page Are you Suffering with Insomnia? If so, just drop into li. -lohnson's and get a sample bottle of Swenson's Insomnia Cure in the form of THE PI-IILQSOPI-IY CQURSE IQ2 FUSSING CGVERS FOR COLLEGE PER IODICALS FLORENCE HOFFLIN PUSEURE STEREOPTICON Sumzs FOR SALE BY MARIA SAN1foRD They are valuable, some being presented to her by her friends, the Pillsbury boys, the Pillsbury boys in the foreground. Learn how to Turn Out Rush Notes and Valentines For further reference consult the K-i De Veau Writing Bureau IX f I I I A Li Tl Q 5 ,VAZZ4 , "7 J ' , w' if 'S .fi 7 I lil , 1 I l , X PRO F. Arnold Azeniar COI1f0l'l'l'0HZ'SZi Attic, Main Building, U. of M. PROGRA M CONTINUED OU R RICCE RCHE OLIO The Famous Red Raven Twins John 'HOLMLINS Louis Duet "Two Little Maids from School" The NYorld's Famous XVHEIELFR NYE who holds Y. VV. C. A. record for mile run, will give an exhibition in stationary sprinting. RALPH ISRAIDIFY, the great non cornpos mentis, will act natural --It's at the finish wait for it THIC PHI PSI HAND JINIMIIZ IRSFELIJ, Female Impersonator, and PUNK VYIQISSTER, another of the Theta IM-lt Matinee Idols How TO WIN DEBATEs X fn iw ll - 'tI'- ...I 'il Y' M15 qw' iv nlllliiml ' Qi ,f Public Speaker's Guide toasts, orations, spicy stories Address E. Eugene McDermott THE GRYGLA MENAGERIE PROCESSION Starts at Chapel Iiour Thayer is a "Billy" goat in the well known ag- gregation. Beta Theta Pi Frat Pins FOR RICNT OR SALE w1I.1.1NGi.Y DISPOSED OF 3 i Doc Cooiqrz s - L I R c L' s THE GREATEST GRAFT ON EARTH "It pays my expenses for a tiip to New York " Miss Lillian Garrowy ' ' 45,1 193 How to Rise by Your Enemies L esso ns given gratis by GEORGE VVALKER When wishing a drink drop into Sehiek's through the FRONT door. This method of entrance is recom- mended by a popular member of the faculty -Charley Benton. Eleanor uigley C FANCY DANCING during experimental physics lecture PROGRAM CONTINU ED SYNOPSIS SCENE I.--Gopher Hole. The Conspiracy. SCENE II.-Registrars Office. The election. The blow that killed father. SCENE III.-Y. M. C. A. Rooms at 1:30 the following morning. TABLEAU 'tTl1e NVorld is Mine!" KN 4 K 'Q -.Z ll Q , 4 L?r,:i J I l f ll A4 ig A QM n Miss Ina Firkins SP1R1TUAL1sT Future foretold by rappings Library Desk, U. of M. S I G SEN? O O S THE RED DEVIL fmfz'z'a!z'07zs GOLDEN CQMIC SQNG .MZ.72Z60g7dfk6d GRAIN By DR. MCVEY This is an admirable BEDEIELISS rnelhod adopted 131 DR. MCXTEX' recommends it For Sale by all loving admirers 194 the business manager of the 1905 Gopher. W AZ! Cx M59 9 lf' ,mflwl -X gr y, 1 ' X w ha D ,y - 9 , J 2 , - 'IH V- iv ' fm . OT vii, .f P AQ i , ' W l g 7 S M mr' 7 . f ' QW g El 2 P ,Q Q 25 mi :fig Wifffra u'Yl-wr-l what -X- . .f -1. MM ri, 1- - ,- , , f f 'kk11Efq5'f1?l:igYvJJ ' S : "" SI P" 5 N f 3 Q l ,, ,I i! 2 x - O,- K ' , . 10 ff- 14,536 A -A 4 5 x V X .xi ' ' , Ez, P as-1 HH. .W Hlll l ll A H RS0lV ll'lA " ai? 'W'-lL"'l"" li Hll i- ll DOZQY ' --- A-Q ' .1 f X , I: Q 9, ' is gl' I' -:NCDERMOT H v x f i W'-' 'tili I QF- U F x l g .P 1' sf : fx "WZ", ah A " "" 5 E "7 .I PX . 5 X l " f-P4-fg The Faculty Beauty Show First Prize. Anderson, on Dental Display and Hirsute Adornment Second Prize. McDermott, on General Symmetry of Figure. Third Prize. Shultz, on Ears. Honorable Mention, White, Downey, Azemar, Beckman. 195 There Was A NT " HERE was a youn maiden named Netty A . . g , . 1 rg eh. Whogi form was Iicceeciingly pretty. , , 1 b ewentto ew aw , W 1 Caused a great deal of talk, as Q But her shape came in second, poor Nettyl ive hui There was a young maid named McPartlin , Xfvv '-,xy ' Whose A heads were perfectly startlin'. 0 She wrote for the Daily ' ' i And sometimes, Well railly, To Prexy 'twas certainly disheartenin' There Was a young maiden named Clark, Who posed as a rhetorical shark. But the second semester No Firkins possessed her For she sought out an easier mark. There was a young man named Calhoun, Who considered himselfa great boon. When Chas. saw th' engraving bills He got malarial chills And called Frederick D. a "damn loon.' 1 There was a young man named O,Brien, Who got what he wished Without tryin'. His disappearance was weird And when he appeared He roasted the Daily for lyin'. There was a young Handcar Thelander, Who oft to the Hole did meander. And cried "Who's the bloke? My locker is broke, And that giveth rise to my danderf' There was a young maiden named Frank, VVho had a peculiar prank. We asked her about it, She said "I don't doubt it." And Lagerstrom said, "Ay tankf, 106 .awwgv Rc, Dr. Olney gn, , , QTune q'Mr. Doofeyj .Ei ".'1:: '- HERE was a man known far and near Q V ,- On every sea and land. ' .ag ik The greatest man who ever held M 'Z An ace high poker hand. Oh Dr. Olney, oh Dr. Olney, ' apes bac! The greatest man this country ever knew '. av' "f. fl ,' So diplomatic, so mathematic, "- .- 0 VVas Dr. Olney, Olney, Olney, oo. He never swore, nor smoked, nor fussed With girls, nor hit the booze, Nor played the slot machine or cards, For fear that he might lose. He used to go to church each day, On Sundays he went twice. And that's the reason why he knew No debauchery nor vice. Oh well do l remember once The doctor worked like sf And from his dome shaped head great beads Of perspiration fell. Oh, Dr. Olney problems worked ln calculus, one time: They were the most delightful liver written in that line. O iv W 198 He found the smallest jug in which You could a gallon pour, And by lVlcLaurin's formula Proved two and two make four. ate some peanuts onceg since then His appetite was gone. He died of peanutitis But his soul's still living on. y E x f The doctor's soul and heart exist In many men to-day, They eat, they drink, they sleep, they teach, The same delightful way. Etiquette for Engineers ByProf jfones Don't put your feet on the railing. Don't whistle in the lecture room. Don't wrestle in the new building. Don't stand in the library rotunda talking to the girls with your hat on. Donlt stand there with your hat off, talking through it. Donlt talk to the girls at all. You haven't time. Don't say "say" to a professor. Don't eat your cake twice. Z" -RTK I ' H J' l""x'f. li va-, " if-'Q' 1 . I' ilwugy. Y lflla .rj It "nag 1 ,grill i " Q ,f Lf , -,,,,ifigqmfzHf:H'1fficii' 'fl , lim. -' fllli-,srl ., V ll, lflllflllliliilll"l1'll'l1 i":n5 nllul " - ""'- lll"i ll5?W'lll" 'lfll lil ll :lull J Ill lllvlllrlWP-llllllGl'l1'l 'L ' Mill lillf I T' rllllll ' . if 121+ T yrfvmlsmladylipyv,utr? 'LII' U lm ' V Q ry! 'll s b A fi v V-iwlgi ::i1l'lJJg'q',im In-.. .:,. ff' Efillllll'fr't'l'l'lil lllll lUl " W :1f' FW f if-ll-a.. ,. " , 15563, 'l..f" i il' fl' fl! Q - "'- ' U R- .',,:.f.,c-un: QM:-,V -'v fg,J'.ffFlX ' ,..'Lr:'l':!gf'.g'.:5iJE'I-filiflhmall "il ?7"l:g7552m'l7wnl' N -:l'iliill'fiz.lg:l" 199 Faculty Differentials 0.1, if.. . . i ...ii Q T .. R. Groat lat blackboardj "Now let's have a tall I: W y thin one." Q, Prof.. Jones lon lluidsj "l have now discarded '. X I ' the bottle and taken to the canf, - I ' Mr. Groat lexcitedly shoutingl Mr. Ziesemer, 3- . 1" can I increase the number of potatoes in 53'-,. ' my cellar by adding-HALF A BUSH- EL OF COAL? Jones-"I told you miners you couldn't come back to physics this sem- ester, but the mining department asked to have you take physics this semester so that by studying hard you might learn enough to get through next year. But l tell you now, none of you are going to get through this semester." jones-"lf the sunls heat did not radiate ri-om the earth faster than it is received, it would get hot for us here sooner than it should." Sardesone"The earth is a lithosphere with an atmosphere around it. Some men have liquispheres around them continually." Edtlywf "You could Word that problem a shorter way, lVlr. Feyder. You wouldn't think of carrying in a ton of coal in your hand when you could use a bucketf, New Books To be issued QV prominenf Miners B. F. Groat . Scientific Analysis of Poker, Craps, etc. for Freshmen. T. Field ...... The Voyage to Bafiins Bay. S. L. Shonts . . High-speed, Automatic, VVord Discharger. "jesse Jamesn Davy . . . . Fussing for Freshmen. B. Daugherty . . Scientific Tailoring. Peter Christianson . Peat and other Fuels. ZCO I ins ih- The Diary of the Night Law Class .::' - EPTEMBER 8. The class is a roached b W? i X the Dean upon the subject, "Ad5iibe to young Nts' men." n -10453-,. Sept. IO. Cook asks thirteen questions ' in the course of the hour. ' .A X H Sept. 1 5. Class ceases to be self-conscious ' in the presence of Miss Sterrett. ifn.. U Sept. 25. An investigation of the class I , '3- ' reveals eight suspicious characters. It is " -' ' .' rumored that six of these are married, and the other two are church members. Oct. 2. Class election. The opposition sniPfs corruption in the air. Drake, by skillful manoeuvring, places Rooter King Layne in the chair. Nov. 5. Nov. 7. Nov. 9. Nov. Io. Nov. 25. Nov, 27. Smiley acting suspiciously toward Miss Sterrett. Smiley changes his seat to one next to Miss Sterrett. Smiley is seen carry Miss Sterrett's books. It is reported that Smiley paid Miss Sterrett's car-fare. Griggs proves himself the Bill Nye of the class. 2 Day after Thanksgiving. High living has caused low thinkingg Thompson and Thoreson, not to mention the rest of the class, Hunk in consequence. Dec. 12. Kimball succumbs to the influence of his study of' Domestic Relations and is married clandestinely in Chicago. Dec. 15. Miss Sterrett's influence over Smiley is pronouncedg he changes his vocation and becomes a respectable citizen. ' .la fu. :-fm. .. 202 1 1, - ' 'f 2 h1c111v1B15R 22 to january 8. christmas 'Q Recess. lves says that the consumption of .Wig ' .i alcholic liquors in Nlinneapolis increases ten . ' ' per cent in this period. " Q . . 5 X. A ' 69 ' 'f-QI: jan. 11. Cook, as evinced by his X questions in Criminal Law, shows too great i familiarity with crime. jan. 15. Bailey learns that he cannot ' ' collect poker debts, so he swears otl' playing . H " the game. Feb. lo. The class bumps up against the book trust and is docilely bled for note-books. Feb. 25. Mr. Kolliner becomes a rival of Smiley. March 15. The way of the law student is hard. lt begins to tell on the class. Grinager leaves the class in an odor not of sanctity. March Zo. Banquet. The end of this feast no man remembereth. March 30. Easter bonnets adorn the heads of Smiley, Miss Sterrett, and Morris. April 15. Because the weather is growing mild, and the class is growing lazy, the faculty pile up the work, for disciplinary effect. April 30. This course has a salutary effect. Kimball leaves the class. The ranks thin perceptibly. May' 15. Competition with the river bank is becoming soifierce that it is doubtful if the class will continue together very much longer. May' 23. All over. Last examination. A certain section of the class composed ofa few blithe spirits, makes an all night celebration of it. 1 le Mi' 'L r .,,.1, - .. e 4 '-fs ,TSQHH e. 'Z iw w N - Q ,gg -is Q 203 The Law Dictionary ffibridgedj rv? AKER-QFrom Lat.l To use a crib. 5 I x 4 Brady-To blow discords. 1 7 Q CuttingvlFrom FJ To curl at the top. V Q f Drake-To quack any old time. ' K Ee olclt--To run on "S ecialn schedule. Fosmarkflliirom Geizlp To pay pew rentg infallible low-voiced. Gardner-Syn, Sunny Jimg to use force. Hofl?eTo score 24 as a middler, Irving-To remain for all time a Freshman Janouseck- fl'o chew jurisprudence. Keith-To tease the Prof" s for if. LeversonP-The terror of Freshmen in class fights. lVleGivern-To he a witg rapid fire repartee. Newcombe-A "fusser"g afiirmed. Cher-To forget ever to Smile or look pleasant. Peterson--'llo blutl' the Prof' S to a finish. lvy Day 204 Those Charts HHN we are done and LL. B. Adorns our name and Equity At last is o'er, We'll Wonder how We learned so much Of torts and crimes, Iistates and such- 'Twas Jimmy's charts. When Courts are harsh and juries fail To see the point that we would nail By legal arts, A "Plate" may yet be used to gain A charge like: "'Tis very plain By Jimmy's charts." When Supreme Courts get in a haze O'er abstruse things yet in a maze From Law apart, Their troubles all will disappear And hazy ways will soon he clear By Jimmy's charts. -lohn Layne delivering the lvy Oration 205 i 5' Daily Bread Q f ,- AGREE with the majorityf, A 19, -1. I am deeply indebted to you. A ff: "I cannot answer this off-hand." - ' X fi? ' "There was no proof ofa quid pro quo." t 1' S' "TheCzpl21r,ts have repeatedly held in just such , H i' " e wi eave t is uestion ti ater on." rum W ll l h q ll l ... : . . .3 "Now let us see: What is the first maxim?" "Qui facit per alium facit per se." A Few Sweefuln this case the man was taking a bath and had the key in his pocket." Gilman Qin the real propertyj-Ulf the mother dies before her children, I think the children will outlive their motherf, QNO one took issue.l Dean Pattee+Now, boys, when you go to the library get the books that you can, and if you canyt get those, why get the books that you can. Abbott--lt follows from this that what must follow must follow as a natural result. Lyman Weld Studies Greatness 'V' ' F HHN summer is come then 3: X A the mower, X w The cause of the small ,E I 6 boy's care, 7.2M-4"l ls seized in the strong ' ' hands of Lyman And he trims the earth of its hair. Abe Lincoln, splitting rails for his neighbors, Got his start in days of yore-- But Lyman got his in the summer Clipping the grass with his mower. 206 20 Bitter Pills X I S R. Head to Dave H.: "ls that a joke or is it W yo'-3 X .n y the best you can do? 'l Z.. b Simon P. Seaberg believes that amputa- Yf W tion at the knee joint would be a sure cure . I , for tebes dorsalis. ' 1 Jay I. Durand believes that sterile thread should be used to tie the teeth together in 11- fractures of the jaws. '- C. S.: "Now if you find a severely sprained ankle lying around on a sofa some- where what are you going to do about it? " Haugen's from Mizzouree and you've got to show him, also Weishaar, also Trutna. Why is it that Gustav Mathews has that fawn-like look in his eyes? Sanger always wears that marble orchard smile? Gans and Sudeman ever parted? Maschger doesn't develop horns? Durand didn't study mechanical electioneering? 2cS D i HARD in the pathology lab.: "lf I wasn't such F .31 . ' a good Michigan man l'd swear." , Andy to Nick, who has failed to differentiate . .' between hard and soft coal in a section of a ' Q . ' n 3. :. lung, "You will not pass. pfj Dr. Dunsmoor to Dawson, after much all 1 whis uerin behind the latter, "You ou ht to ilu P 3 . . . g H U know by this time we don't quiz you to see . how little you know, but to see how much you know." At the dispensary Ganzer takes a temperature and gets IO5o, in- vestigation shows the top water the same temperature lclass shoutsl. VVarning: "Don't give Lynde "the makings" as he is yet an infant! Ralph James is going back to the pharm., probably sooner than later. VVhen the Juniors hear "Cons, are outn many turn a peculiar greenish yellow hue as if they had had some of "The lnn's" pudding seasoned with ipecac. S. P. R. conducting a clinic, "1 always assure my patients that ten years from now I will be the greatest medical man in the cityf, Izliditorial Note: lt solaces their present griefj zoo u v Q .V ff' 1 ii .1 T'S awful hard to get a pretty little nurse like lax, ug' Miss to give you a side-long glance, isn't ps. if, Tim? . , N '. Dr. Nootnagel: "Whatis rickets?,' Farm- X 1 'vo gf- er Burns: "I think they have the property of ' I U., holding hay, Doctor." ' Ex Dr. D. to Gustave M.: 'fYou're too Hifi: fl, PM blamed deliberate, you ought to be able to -..- - 1 - 1' -3 tell us something about lVlule's operation or donkey serum. ' Dr. G.: UI-low would you treat a traumatic scchymoris of the eye?" The baron: "Since the days of antisepsis-sis-sis they use clearing Huidf, Kuhlmann listens for a heart murmur over a liver and concludes that there is pathology present. Dr. Riggs: "Be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dovef' Dr. Er. Erdman: "Mr, Gans, name the muscles which you use when you sing." G.: "Grbiarlaris oris, depressor anguloris, ...... H Dr. E.: "I thought so." Dr. Reese: "What do End on palpitation, Mr. Porter? H. "Now be reasonable, it isnlt a horse, a cow or a street-carf, Mr. Dawson: "Night oft sees thee in her pale career, Where twice more is done than meets the ear." ZIO 2II Q' f-92 35 3 im' ' -ii is La O. G's. I-l well it may be for Bobby That he Whistles and never'll speak. For well it may be with any man That can make six Bonwells a vveekg He xi alks by Infirmary chairs His face all W1C2ifl1CCl in smiles, lior visions he has of the vears to come When patients are lined for miles Q' i' 1' I , 'ly X s Qi VK Y. L . 5 Q E .N j . . Q Dr. Hare Qafter explaining for the 'steenth time a point in anato myj-"Now does that sound like ancient history or a new language? Tw-dt lrecently come tol-"Yes sir-new language." lhle las Dr. Wells demonstrates the method of' mixing cementj- "Well Doctor, isn't there danger of wearing out the spatula rubbing it that wayfy' Dr. Uwre-"lVlr. St-edmfn, what diameter burr would you use in preparing the gingival wall ofa cavity?" Stwdmfn Qgcloses one eye and thinksl-"Oh, about three-Rmurths of an inch." Mfskeu lsecond case of cleaning with patient jumping sidewisei "My Goodness! This is the Worst patient l ever hadfl Maves Qfeels Z1 draftj-f'Say, have you fellows got that window open?', Dave-"Naw, it's just f'Gil." talkingfl R nr-lee flooking for his mandrelj'e4'Sz1y, some of you fellows have taken that mandible of mine." M -skeu Cafter losing Z1 nut on the floor and hunting for it live minutesieJ'By--f, a man what got nerves like I got, got no business studying dentistryf' ZIZ 4-A" gig The Pharmacist's Glee I "Sq ' OW comes the blithe pneumonia germ KN 'Q T To gambol near and farg 0 Q X With eager glee, he laughs to see E VY Once more the open car. . In The druggist takes his pen in hand, And with a Hourish line, Proceeds in state to calculate His profit on quinine. The Song of The Lonely Pharmacist Oh! I sigh to taste some coH'ee like my mother used to make, And I yearn to get a slice o, bread like that she used to bakeg But it may be l'm ungrateful yet I'm sure I do not care To feel once more a slipper like my mother used to wear. Odds The class boasts ofa singing wonder in Mr. Edgar Bowman, who has been known to run up the chromatic scale so fast that the organ which was to have accompanied him stopped short for want of wind. F. M. Bowmanee-I think personal beauty ought to count as a mark and should go toward making up the general average. JoneseProfi Derby smiled to-day. It was one of those smiles which one might suppose would result from screwing an inch auger through a man's spine. Mr. Chelgren, upon being questioned as to how he liked the Uni- versity, saidg Ch, its all right except the teachers, the studies, the work and the examinations. 214 r ,Jr 1 , 215 Farm School Scenes IN CHAPEL Prof. Robertson-We have with us this morning a distinguished visitor, Dr. Harold Lyon, who makes a special study of Chara, Clara, Pyronema, Virginia and various others at the University. He Will, I hope, speak to you about Hquack grass". Dr. Lyon Qbowingl--My dear young friends,I had intended to speak or' things nearer and dearer to my heart than quack grass. I know very little about quack grass, comparatively speaking. You are all boys and girls from the farm. l can tell that by your looks. Would you ever imagine that I was born and raised on a farm? Well, I was, and l am proud of it. All the brain and sinew comes from the farm. So does quack grass. All the brilliant students of the University are fresh from the farm. I say this from personal knowledge, and judging from the Freshmen I have had each year in my classes. I shall be pleased to see any of you, at any time, on my farm. Profi: What is vacuum? Zeke Y- f: VVaal, I've got it in my head but l can'tjest say it. FINIS 2l6 F1 -cs o UQ : FD X XX I . f i , 5 X Z ! if .7 2 Q iii F 5 ir' 18 4 w lbs. .. ,Q Ill 4 7 f 7 " Z .t . 5 Z' Z , 5. ,, R-lf-lVl--U-R--S-E That Gopher Board was too much for me Last year in June l felt immense, But now l feel like thirty centsg It is no time for mirth and laughter, The cold, gray dawn of the morning after ZI7 -.7 ff 14 Y , Athletlcs ul, ' E - X , ez-J T-1 ' kl 218 Wm ,la A .K I ,R f x ,Q 'S Q I' J 1lN'Hl'VYf'EY rn iff V! f 4A.!iI1illslN"5 I1 I' 5 Jones PVN??TixcmUXEJ5'm X C'Q'5duNmx m , EQLY0ulXQhqQx f ., - 5' A' ' ,arg The Ath1eticBoard of Control ET 5 1-jg.-'Y798' ME e lla, s hfifsy 1. ' who wear the . CC 33 Edward Rogers Moses Strathern James Kremer Lloyd Burdick Sigmund Harris Egil Boeckman Michael A. Kiefer Ernest B. Pierce Helon E. Leach George VVebster Otto Davies Robert Marshall Fred Schacht james lrsfeld Richard Pattee George Tuck Richard D. Collins Randolph McRae Frederick Pay ne john XVarren Earl Current Daniel Smith Walton Thorp Fred Burgan Henry O'Brien Albert R. Yarco Wlilliam C. Deering Hugh E. Leach The Women who Wear the "MN Emily Johnston Elizabeth Cox Sylvia S. Frank Hattie Van Bergen Mabel E. Smith 222 Kremer I1 Burgzl .E 4.1 ,- C' L 'G :- : C L4 cv: OG C U :- QQ O nlmll M 21 Ill 1 : ...4 LJ :J O KID U CJ 4.1 H rf m , 5 xl Q Rogers 1. U .. ,A L U , P' nf 5 14 X-1 '31 ,, W " li 7 R -. E 'U J: .. G 1. .. VI .., 5 L- 1- : Q.. 3- c .C V -1 ... . ,CU .. W if - .. .E LJ E LJ m ,LL L-1 W: I- E D3 ml an W. The FGGTBALL 724111. . -.f'-"' 'la'-'.'. .. -j' '-"': '- ' . . . . ' -H PARP. can he no question that the toot-hall 1 .lg gg., season of IQOS was the niost successful one W V 5 through which the L'niversity of Minnesota 3,1 has ever passed. XY hen the schedule was Coni- '!P:'1:' 6 0 vleted in the s vrin f of the rear it was elearlv - gy l l E t 4. l- . ?,,o 5,019 seen that the game with hliclngan on the 19th l- Nam' -.639 '- of Oetoher would lie the crucial test, and this . , was, accordingly, at once made the great goal of ' 0 ' ' the season's work. Many things tended to make this the all-important contest in the X'Vest. For two years hfliehigan had niet all contestants without defeat and had held the championship of the middle VVest: during the Hill of IQOZ Michigan had heen scored upon only hy the University of Nlinne- sota. lt was quite generally recognized that if lNr'liehigan was to be stopped in her onward march of victory, it must he done hy Minnesota. The 'rag foot-ball squad of i9o3 early set for itselfthis task of humbling Michigan. In the spring of the year, in response to the call of Capt. Rogers, a good squad of men, many of whom were to occupy important places in the future line and back field, appeared and the Work for the fall was begun. Spring practice continued for several weeks, and a good start was made in preparation for the fall. During the summer a new camp for preliminary fall practice was located by Mr. Barnard, our Manager, on Coney Island, at Clear Water Lake. The candidates were summoned to assemble by the 25th of August, and before the end of that month a nucleus of zo men had been gathered at the camp and the work of the fall actually begun. . C I LL the elements which contribute to the build- A 'Sl f ing up of a great team worked in harmony to ,. -. accomplish the final result, in a remarkable Y degree. In the first place the squad of men who '. , 'gps . 3 resented themselves as candidates, althou h .. P g -', f fp b in weight and stature below the average of W 'h U i those who had competed for Minnesota in Q -. 5. - former years and somewhat below that at either Michigan or Chicago, was made up of fellows of superior character and calibre. From the first all worked hard, faithfully and intelligently, and set for themselves and for future teams a high stand- ard of training and self-sacrifice. Again, the Manager whom the associa- tion was fortunate to possess in the person of Mr. Barnard, was unusually capable, energetic and helpful, and it was clearly manifest that his strong and able management was a most valuable factor in the campaign. A third item of great importance was the magnificent new field, furnished by the generosity of Mr. Alfred Pillsbury, a loyal Minnesota Alumnus and former captain of the foot-ball team. This field, than which there is no finer in the United States, equip- ped, prepared and rushed to completion during the summer months only by the hard work, energy and personal attention of Dean Jones, who sacrificed nearly his entire summer vacation to see that all work connected with it was promptly and properly done, was ready by the middle of Sep- tember. The final and essential factor in the development and rounding out of the team to its highest degree of perfection was the magnificent aid 224 and support rendered by the old Minnesota Alumni players, and by "Pudge" Heffelfinger, Tommy Dyer and Wallace Winter. The combination of all these essential forces working in harmony resulted in the development of the finest team ever produced at Minnesota and a splendid record for the season, of which the entire state isjustly proud. fm H ANY new men had to be developed, particularly in the X , I line. Hard work in the early weeks, however, so well i 4 sifted the material that by the latter part of September . the men were so far selected thatlthe eleven men who played inthe game against Michigan .on October 31st were practicing daily in the positions which they ultimate- ly filled, and what is more, were playing together in the same line-up. The first test to give an indication of what the team would be later, was the game with Ames on October the 10th. The line-up on that day showed great strength and gave promise of a powerful defense. Ames was easily defeated and succeeded in gaining first down only three times during the game. The score was 46-0 in favor of Minnesota. On the following Saturday Iowa was met on Northrop Field, and the game resulted in one of the most brilliant victories of the year. Minnesota scored 75 points and easily held Iowa down to practically no gains whatever. The magnificent work of Henry 0'Brien at quarterback was a remarkable feature of the contest. ' .li k X , N ,, , HAT the Minnesota-Michigan game was, CGA ff' 'J' . . , . ' ' .. 55" 5cbQ , , only those who saw it can appreciate. 4 W Q Nlichigan was fairly and honestly outplayed lgl 59 QM, in one of the grandest and most splendidly - , fought foot-ball games ever played in fg.. 5.21. America, as all fair-minded and impartial fit, , . critics agree. The score of 6 to 6 gives Z'3f'1 an indication of the closeness of the con- test, but no words can do justice to the game. An audience of upwards of 30,000 people witnessed the game. Enthusiasm was unbounded and the day perfect. lt is to be hoped that relations may be resumed with Michigan in the near future and many similar contests result. The game with Illinois was well played, but the plucky men from Champaign were outclassed and easily overwhelmed. The score was 32 to 0. 225 QSAYI w , . . . . X H li game with VV1sconsin was one of supreme satisfaction. ' ' 3 lt yvas the ambition of the team to beat the Badgers upon their own grounds. This was carried out to the letter, f Q Q N and VVisconsin was handsomely defeated by the decisive .Int score of I7 to O, after one of the hardest fought, cleanest and best played games of the year. lfdward Rogers proved himselfa splendid captain and magnificent leader. The result of the yearls work was largely due to his example and precept in setting a high standard for his men. The record made by the team of more than a point scored for each minute of play for the entire season, it will he difhcult soon to duplicate. H HN RY L. W I LLlA M S. 226 v F 2:7 l CAPTAIN ROGERS Like all other aboriginees this war-chief is a law. He is also the famous coach of next yearis Carlisle Redskins, providing Dean Pattee can bear to part with him. He is a Phi Delta Phi, an All-Western end, an Aitkenite, a direct descendant of Hiawatha, twenty-seven years old, un- married, left end, weighs one fifty-nine, and many other things both memorable and immemorable. He also served upon a police court jury and showed great keenness in deciding whether the fire- water which led to the downfall of the ac- cused was brewed in lVlilwaukee or distill- ed in Kentucky. STRATHERN This heavy-jawed example of muscular Christianity is the chief executive of the Y. M. C. A., though it is currently re- ported that Pete Hanson is the power behind the throne. He hrst began his labors in the vineyard at Rich Valley and has continued to bring to the wayward a sense of their human frailty in his official capacity of center rush. Once Mose got the ball by accident and made a touch- down, whereat he was greatly elated. He is All-Western center, five feet eleven, weighs 186 pounds, Captain of the ,O4 Varsity, belongs to the same frat as B. Ladd, ,o3, and has attained all these and many more honors at the tender age of twenty-eight. 228 THORP has Leslie Carter locks and a dog. The dogls name is Sig, and he is the mascot of the team. He is very fond of shredded- wheat biscuits and of licking small curs. He is the h'iend of every one on the campus except the girlsg in this one respect he is dil"r4erent from his master. He is big and has brindle spots and wags his tail and walks slow and stately-like. He has a big brass collar and belongs to the Sigma Chils. Maybe that is Why he is named Sig. somehow got away fiom Liookston, and the authorities have since Eliled to locate him. At present he is in hiding on the VVhite Earth reservation. He will de- part for Oklahoma, ostensibly to coach the boys of Chilocco Indian School, but there are probably other reasons for this change of residence. He once played tackle on the right wing of the Varsity and was registered as a Middle Law. He lacks ll inches of being seven feet tall and 4 years of being jo. 22mg SCHACHT This is "Germanyls" third year on the Varsity, he has an indefinite contract with the medical department, but the four year law will soon cut him orfin the bloom of his usefulness. He Wears a corset-much to the disgust of Yost-but who can blame him when he considers that he Weighs 110 pounds and is probably sensitive about his appearance. He has been picked as All- American tackle by the scholarly gentle- men who pound typewriters at 513.15 a week and write the reports of the game as depicted by their disordered imagina- tions in the seclusion of their oflices. He is also live feet eleven and a Nu Sigma Nu. VVBBS I l+.R Began life in Minneapolis. Though he is rapidly losing the flowing tan locks which were the delight of his Hiends and Wrung the hearts of his rivals during the days of his popularity at Central High, he is still youthful at heart and has for- gotten his rheumatism and fading teeth, He is now registered as a middle. law. Supposedly li. B. put on the "middle" in the interests of symmetry. He is very sensitive about his age, but Prof. Jabez Brooks says that he tried to teach him Greek in '79. He is six feet tall, weighs 178 and has not had his hair cut since Bryan was defeated the first time. Theta Delta Chi uses him at its rushing parties. 230 BURDICK was graduated by the South Dakota Nor- mal. Perhaps, considering the necessities of the case, it was the best thing the Normal could do for itself ls exceede ingly unpopular with the girls, he is married. Got on the team last season and played at the right end of the line when Marshall didn't. Owing to his modest and unassuming bearing he may duplicate his South Dakota experience this spring. He is the same height as VVarren and as he is a year younger may outgrow him. lt' he were 57 pounds heavier he would be within 9 pounds of Rand, the living skeleton. MA RS H A Ll. This lank-linibed child ofsunny Ethio- pia, like all really earnest and conscien- tious athletes, takes law and has never been known to allow his studies to interfere with his regular business. He played on the other end of the team from Rogers when Burdick didn't. lt is reported that one day when Rogers and Burdick were both detained at the police court Marshall played both ends and they gave him an "Nl" for that. He is six feet tall and slim in proportion. This is probably due to the fact that he graduated from Central High. 231 IRSFELD This 179-pound Theta Delt has regis- tered three times and has done some very successful research Work in the post oH'ice and campus courses. In spite of his ex- cessive fondness for the elusive co-ed he has found leisure moments in which to bluff the sporting editor of the Daily News into placing him as half-back on his All-Western team. He ran this bluff last year, too. He is 70 inches high and has curly black hair. DAVIFS This aesthetic Zeta Psi, though his clerical appearance makes it hard to be- lieve, has been known to swear When the Varsity was losing ground, and has won an "M," He is left half takes law as a matter of course, is twenty-two, comes from Winona, got a black eye at the Michigaii game and is a hero of high quality and power. His specialty is a desperate struggle while being carried to the side lines. 232 CURRENT It is hardly necessary to state that this tow-headed beauty came from Sleepy Eye. He got away in time to strike an off year and get the title of All-Western full-back. ls taking medicine lfor what?l and weighs 183 pounds. Could have voted last year if he had been able to convince the judges of election that he was as old as he was, but his appearance was against him. He is six feet one, and has never been arrested or accused of any crime. BOECKMAN received his social training at Baldwin in St. Paul, but has forgotten enough of it to make an effective man-destroyer under the title of full-back. He has done this two times, and, though he is a senior corpse-carver, his friends, all of whom are members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon remnant, have well-grounded hopes that he will return next year with all the splendor of his six feet and two inches of brute ferocity, and one hundred and eighty pounds of muscular activity. 233 HARRTS has overcome his religious scruples enough to mix up with the insidious pig- skin. Has also been known to eat at the College Inn, and has been seen to enter the engineering building. Though of diminutive stature and of a weight sighed for in vain by many a buxom but deserving damsel, he has succeeded Uobie as the matinee idol of the gridiron. Has held the job two times. The only at- tempt in which he has failed is obtaining membership in the Scandinavian Literary Society. He could not get the accent. O BRIHN has been trying to make the Varsity ever since he entered the HU." Has had three encounters with lf. B. johnson. By some accident he was allowed to play on the team last year and the strain was too much for him' he has not been heard of 3 since, but it is rumored that he visited one of the medical lectures in February. By operation of law he is no longer an infant, unless the statute abolishing com- mon law fictions can be held to apply in his case. The most remarkable thing about this prodigy is that though a mem- ber of the same fraternity as Dick Collins he is only Eve feet ten. ln his social al- liances he has been Damned Unfortunate. 334 BU RGAN According to the Xmas Daily, came from Nlinneapolisg hut that authority does not say how. Neither does it explain how he scraped together credits enough to register in the Dental Departmentg perhaps the fact that he was captain of one offifty-seven teams which claimed the state championship in 1901 may throw some light on the question. Half-hack, twenty-three years, Five feet eight and one- halfinches. Beta Alpha Rho Beta. is a pity 5 This exhibit is interesting chieili for the fact th it it resembles in the sh xpe ot its cranial development 1 piece ot pie partially dew Oured fiom one coinei l the recent unpleisantness hetxxeen the freshmen ind the sophomores, its six feet , one inch, IS pounds, 1nd eighteen xeus of freshminnimity were deposited with violence upon the long sutleiing lap ot old mother earth by a soph ihout as hig as the amount of news in the Daily He is a halt luck and diop kicker, ind we know nothing against it save that he W is brought hom Winona, uhith some su PATTEI-L Among so many faces hardened and brutalized by being stepped on, it is a re- lief to come to one so child-like in its expression and so cherubic in its smile as this. It belongs to Dick Pattee, son of Dean Pattee, and twenty-two years old Qwho would think it of you, Dick?j He is the wearer of an UNI." This was his first year on the Varsity, and for a man who had had only three years experience as a sub he did remarkably well. He is six feet long and in time will grow to re- semble his father, at present he weighs only 186 pounds. Fraternally he divides a somewhat unsteady allegiance between Phull Devilish Phull and Phive Kegso Pshlitz. 3 SMIIH This big, burly, brutalized bruiser was once a simple youth, fond of the agri- cultural pursuits with which New Cale- donia so picturesquely abounds. On coming to the University he fell in with bad company and in a short time was im- bued with the ruffianism of his new-found comrades. The final outrage which cut him off from the common society of man- kind and resulted in his being condemned to wear an "M" was butting a big hole in the line dear to the heart of Yost. As a consequence he is not regarded nice at Ann Arbor. And yet, with all his black record he is but twenty years old and may yet reform. 236 The First Team Fdward Rogers, left end, Captain Lloyd Burdick, right end George Webster, left tackle Fred Schacht, right tackle John Warren, left guard Walton Thorp, right guard U Moses Strathern, center Sigmund Harris, quarter-back Gtto Davies, left half-back James Irsfeld, right half-back Farl Current, full-back Subftitules Robert Marshall, end Richard Pattee, tackle Daniel Smith, guard Henry O'Brien, quarter-back Fred Burgan, left half-back James Kremer, right half-back Plgil Boeckman, full-back The Second Team Robert Marshall, left end George Tuck, right end Richard Pattee, left tackle George Oech, right tackle Max Ricker, left guard Daniel Smith, right guard john Kjelland, center Waldo Smith, quarter-back James Kremer, left half-back Alfred Neussle, right half-back John Gleason, full-back Sub5ti!u!e'.v Joseph Deering Farl Luce George Weisel George Newmyer Ray Varco Maritt Rand De Koven Hunter Michael Wiest Charles Brown Clyde Nelson Edwin Pagenhart C 237 September I9 September 23, September 26, September 30, October 3 , October 7 October IO, October 17 October 24, Qctober 3 I, November 7 November I4 November ll November 1 September 6, l7 September 24, October 1 October 8 October I 5, October 22, October 29, November 5 November 12, November 19, November 24, Schedule, I 903 St. Paul Central High at Minneapolis Minneapolis Central High at Minneapolis Minneapolis East High at Minneapolis , Carleton College at Minneapolis , Macalester College at lVlinneapolis Grinnell College at Minneapolis , Hamline University at Minneapolis Ames College at Minneapolis . . lowa University at Minneapolis , Beloit University at Minneapolis , Michigan University at Nlinneapolis Lawrence University at Minneapolis lllinois University at Champaign , Agricultural College at lNflinneapolis Wiscoiisin University at Madison , 'liotal score ,,,, , , CHAMPIONS or THE WES'I' Schedule, I 904 -- -- , Minnesota Opponents . 36 0 21 6 37 O 29 0 , ii: O . 40 o 65 O . 46 O . O 46 O 6 6 46 O 32 o 49 O I7 o 657 Il Minneapolis Central High School and St. Paul Central High School at Minneapolis Shattuck Military Academy at Minneapolis Carleton College at Minneapolis North Dakota at Minneapolis Ames College at Minneapolis Grinnell College at Minneapolis Nebraska University at Minneapolis Lawrence University at Minneapolis Wisconsin University at Minneapolis Northwestern University at Marshall lowa University at Rock lsland 238 Field, Chicago x xl 'QMVQ VN FM! N 4 n, , 'WWW-W f W, W BASEBALL. LM ww. MMLQSYBW mf G59K4'f The Inter-Department Base Ball League, IQOX PRELIMINARIES Played xxvklll I.osr Per cent. laws , 4 xg I 7 50 Academics , , 4 Ag 1 750 M edics , 4 xg 1 7 50 Engineers , , 4 I 3 2 50 Dems , , 4 0 4 000 Fl N.-XLS Laws , , 1 0 000 Academics , I I 500 Medics , , , 0 1 The Laws won the Chzllnpionship Cup for the season of 1905 3 30 .OOO LFHEDCRK 'D'CALFr0un IQO4 On the TRACK. FOUfdl1AHHU3l VVinter Sports ln the University Armory, Saturday, March 19, 1904 Etwzt Fi f',f f 60 Yard Dash Redman Shot Put Pattee 60 Yard High Hurdles Qstvig Mile Run Colburn Half-Mile Run Bedford High Jump Hashrook 240 Srramf YYWN, fra. Hunter 6 seconds Walker 36 feet 3 inches Tierney 8 1-5 seconds Haroldson 5 minutes 2-5 seconds Nlurphy 2 minutes I8 2-5 seconds Twidt 5 feet 8 inches Eiffllf Inter-Fraternity Relay 60 Yard Low Hurdles Freshman-Sophomore Relay Athletic Team Relay Pole Vault A High School 60 Yard Dash High School Relay Firft Sammi Time, elf. Alpha Delta Phi Sigma Chi Hasbrook Shedd 7 seconds Freshmen Sophomores Basket Ball Team Track Team Iddings and Lammers tied 9 feet 8 1-2 inches Kelsey Diamond 6 1-5 seconds Shattuck East High Captain Haroldson 241 W -t .ff M - D'ffAt1,O V704 i BAS KET BALL . Srlzedulu in .111 gsm 011110116111 january 22, Lewis lnstitute at Chicago , , 30 14 january 23, West Side Y. M. C. A. at Chicago 26 36 .lanuary 25, Purdue University at Lafiiyette, lnd. , 32 22 January 26, Crayyfordsville High School at Crawfords- ville, Ind .,,,,, 28 lj January 27, Ohio State University at Columbus , 31 18 january 28, Rochester University at Rochester, N. Y. , 28 T7 -lanuary 29, Cornell University at Ithaca, N. Y. , +6 18 January 30, VVashington Continental at Schenectady, N. Y. 16 QI February 1, VVilliams College at VVllll21INStOVK'l1 , , IO 6 February Iii, Nebraska University at Minneapolis , +2 ll February 26, North Dakota Agricultural at Minneapolis 33 15 March 12, Chicago VVest Side Y. M. C. A. at Minneapolis lj T3 24: .v'1"""""""' ,,g.,,,... Dr. L. Cooke McRae Yarco l,cach,Helon Tuck l,Cach,Hugli Pierce Deering Kiefer Collins The Basket Ball Team at Troy, N. Y. First Tfearn A. R. Varco, left forward F.. B. Pierce, right forward G. A. Tuck, center Hugh F.. Leach, right guard, Captain M. A. Kiefer, left guard Second'Team R. T. lVlcRae, left forward H. C. Redman, right forward R. IJ. Collins, center D. P. Tierney, left guard Helon lf.. Leach, right guard 343 4 wx RC D CMG lm l1l?Oll Girls, BASKET BALL. January january January February February lVlarch lVlarch lVlarch April Srfffedzzfa WF Cfllillblf Played at the University Armory riimieso lg, Drummond Hall , , , 51 23, lVlinneapolis Central High School , I6 jo, South High School , , , 10 6, St. Paul Central High School 22 17, Drummond Hall , , .ti I I, Stanley Hall I5 2 1 , Freshmen ,,,, 2 1 28, Nebraska University at lVlinneapolis go 22, Nebraska University at Lincoln I8 244 Opponc I5 9 3 2 3 I4 22 go Sehuyler Dunn Smith Frank 'lohriston VanBergen Cox First Ufearn Elizabeth Cox, left forward, Captain Hattie Van Bergen, right forward lWalmel H. Smith ' ' lsabel S. Dunn N center Florence Schuyler Sylvia S. Frank, left guard Emily Johnston, right guard Second Team Julia Bearnes, left forward Dora Rosenstein, right forward Rowena Harding, center -Iessie Boyce, left guard VVinnie Fleming, right guard 245 The Inter-Class Basket Ball I O U I' I1 21 IH C fl t In the University Armory, hiarch 7 Coforr Freshmen-green and White Sophomores-yellow and white juniors-orange and hlack Seniors-red and white M1z.rc0l5 Freshmen-the elephant Sophomores-the pony juniors-"the Kid and the Kat" Seniors-the donkey Sc'0f'e.r Fifi! Gaim' O igw-I1 fs, Freshmen, I5 K Sophomores, 6 U , 'impure Seroizff Gam: XY' H- Muffin juniors, I2 Rqkrgg emolsy 9 l3r.l..j.Cooke lfimzl Gfmzv Freshmen, I juniors, IO HofHin Bearnes Bogart Svhuyler Schallcr The Freshman Five The Freshman Five won the 'liournament 246 . TTT T T T- XX :SST L n- nigflo ,fl X fm fi. niuD-CAi.v,.9Un X Q04 K? The TENNIS CLUB. ow fyfg. f President , , , .loscpli 'lllionipson Vice-Presiilent , , Niles O. XN'erner, jr. Secretary , , Vllillizim Dawson Trezisurer , , Carroll N. Smith Nlzinager Xylllllllll C. lleering The Girls' Tennis Club President , , lflizzilictli Cox Vice-President , , lftliel Spooner Secretary , Alice Stratton Treasurer , Dlulizi Bearnes Nlanager , , Sylvia Frank 347 Debate and Oratory nd 2 , ,Z 48 2441 5? .d, .,,.,,L The Debating Board FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. A. B. White, President Prof M. L. Sanford Prof. F. E. lVlcDermott Dr. W. A. Schaper STUDENT MEMBERS VV. l. Norton, Vice-President Tedlef A. Veldey, Secretary A. B. Wells, Treasurer The Inter-Society Debates, IQO3 X Arena I . I I Minerva I melvl I I I Shakopean I Shakopean I . I I - Sh lc Kem I a opean I I I Shakopean Law Literarv if - I TEAM ' A L ' L - ' . . I-Iermean X aw lteraly I P. L. Carlson I- Forum l C. C. Conser Forum I I R. H. Pr-att I ' . , Castalian I Bmum l l The Shakopean Literary Society holds the championship cup fbi' IQO3. The Pillsbury Oratorical Contest At the University Chapel, March I5, 1904 First Prize IQEIOOI ,,,,,, George P. -lones Subject: "The American Cityn Second Prize Iigoj . ,,,,, A. Bushfield Subject: "The Tragedy of Passion Third Prize I:T525I ,,,,,,, W. I. Norton Subject: "A Cause and a Champion" 2 O The Northern Oratorical League The League ' Chicago University lV1innesota University lowa University Northwestern University Nlichigan University Uberlin College VVisconsin University Ojicers President , , Tedlef,-X. Veldey, Nlinnesota University First Vice-President , , , G. R. Brown, Oberlin College Second Vice-President Clifford C. Pease, VVisconsin University Third Vice-President . , H. G. VValker, lowa University Fourth Vice-President , , F. A. Fischell, Chicago University Secretary , , . A. Barnes, Northwestern University Treasurer , Lee Cole, Nlichigan University The Contest of iooy, Held at the University of Minnesota Chapel May 1, 1903 jfudges Prolf M. Goff , Madison, South Dakota Hon. Bartlett Tripp , Yankton, South Dakota Prof. F. B. Cushing First Prize l5f'IOOl , , Frank lVlilnes, Northwestern University Subiect: "An Exponent of Culture for Common Humanity" Second Prize 15501 , , Fugene Marshall, Nlichigan University . Subject: "Hamilton and The Constitution" Third Prize 15255 , , George P. Jones, Nlinnesota University Subject: "The Age of Coal" 251 The Debates of the Year The Mirlzzgan Debfzfe zz! Minnt'1zpofz'5 .ln the University Chapel, january 16, IQC4 Question: Resolved, that the adjudication of disputes between employer and employee should be made a part of the administration of justice. Interpretation-Granted, first, that courts with appropriate jurisdiction may be created if' necessaryg second, labor unions may be required to incorporate if desirable. lVIinnesota-Negative TEAM Irwin Churchill Philip Carlson esse G. Steenson Yudgciv Lewis Miles, U. S. District Attorney , , , Corydon, Iowa Horace D. IVIclVIillan, U. S. District Attorney , Cedar Rapids, Iowa judge lfmlin lVIcLain ,,,. I De Moines, Iowa VVon by Michigan The Iowa Debfzle zz! Mz'nne:zp0!i5 In the University Chapel, February 26, IQO4 Question: Resolved, that the United States should now perma- nently abandon the protective policy. IVI in nesota-A HlI'I'1l21tlVC TEAIVI R. P. Chase Isaac W. Choate john P. DeVaney fudgey Prof. Richard B. Ely , , University ofWisco11si1i Dr. S. Ii. Sparling , University of Wiscoiisiii judge John Brindley ,,,,, La Crosse, Wiscoiisiii Won by Miniiesota 252 lh Philip LVQITISUI1 Irxxhm Churchill ,Iubsc G. Siccmem The Nlinnesutu 'lic-:lm in the Michigan llchatc' lsnuc VV. Choate ,Iuhn I". DeYuncy' R. P. Chase The Nlinnesotu Team in thc lmx 11 IDC-hate "1 0 x V . , - , Commencement 4 fx fx g e fx -N I' ' 'i 'S Q- 2 C? 'JJ Commencement Week, I oog Sunday, M ay 31 PROGRAM , , , , , , Baccalaureate Service Address by Rev. VVilliam H. Sallmon, President of Carleton College Nlonday, ju ne 1 Tuesday, une 2 VVednesday, june 3 Phi Beta Thursday, une 4 Thirty-first Address by , . , , , Class Play "A Sovereign and A Coppern Senior Promenade , , , , , , , Alumni Day Kappa Address lay Norman Wilde, Ph. D. Ivy Day Exercises lvy Oration by john A. Layne , , , , Commencement DaV Annual Commencement, Universitv Armorv james Brooks Dill, Esq., of New York City Presentation of Diplomas 256 Senior Class Play "A SOVEREIGN AND A COPPER" An Operetta in Three Spasms Presented bv the Senior Class lVlHTROPOI.lTAN THEATRE june lst, 1903 SYNOPSIS OF SPASMS Spasm l. 'llhrone Room of the Rajah of Ski-U-Mah Spasm ll. Boston Common Spasm ll l. Desert in Ski-U-Mah CLASS PLAY COMMlTTlil'i Afutborf Milne Php' liarl P. Mallory Alice li. Dyar fifszgnmenl gf Przrlf Ray R. Knight Laura Robb Apecizzlrv Commitfee Samuel Hatch Gertrude Ballard Direrfor gf Kelzearmlf Gertrude Ballard Busineff Manager Frank C. Hughes Property Mzzn Fred L. Smith Direffor M Dzzmey and 6Q7erizz!tie5 Miss lfthel Malcolm 357 lrene P. Me Keehan Alice li. Dyar Harry Campbell ciliuih Senior Promenade Chairman li. A. Purdy R. VV. Putnam S. S. Kilbourne james Von NVillia1ns 'l'ed1efVeldey P. D. MCNIHIQII1 Clam of 1903 UNIVERSITY A R MO RY une 2, IQOR C O M MI'1"I'IiES Arrzzzzgeflfezzff A l lan R. Brown l'1'0gr1zn1.v B. Ladd ollemnzfiom' Pres.: R c7f7'E5fZ7llB1lfJ' .Wuxir Plll'7'0I1E55L'5 Cleora VVheele1' 259 Claude H aney Seavey Bailey Malcohn MacLean DI. ,-X. Layne H. S. Ives 'If R. johnson Grace Lavayea XXX y -- Y A .. . - A 7 .15:4:f'fE'f:2:' .af ::sf if 'E ,.: .. :g:?.. o.2- -p..o. ...in .nog .ig z .I U.-,--., . .ao, . ....::E.: Ea . .O : :'-' ' "'. .W VY QDE D y - . .. lb ! "ll'71z!c'!1 011 1116 Khimf' ,gg '-ir : LI R Alma lN'later, we commit , I ' This ivy to thy fostering care i Q-Q . That year hy year, if tate permit, kg, , it 2' It wreathe these walls with lveauty rareg D nj And year by year, though we he gone x And name he lost and EICS forgot, 9' It greet the light of each new dawn And he for us a memory spot. Unchanging our devotion stands Though future change thy history, Ilhy fame our lvoast in distant lands, lihy name a happy mystery. So fare thee well, the lmest of days Leave memories that neler depart But live to lmless thee through the haze Of' after-memories in each heart. -Cfeowz Cfzzrk lf! ,l766'!67', '03, 260 Prizes Awarded ,89 Nlemorial Prize 13251 Department of History Awarded to ,,,,,,,, Ruth West Subject: The Evolution ofa State, The Growth of the Constitution of New York The Albert Howard Scholarship Prize 131601 Awarded to ,,,,,, Gertrude l"'.llen Ballard The Alumni Association Fellowship Prize 151001 Awarded to ,,,, Earnest Hemmingway, M. A. The Pillsbury Oratorical Prizes for IQOKQ First Prize 151001 ,,,,,, George P. jones Second Prize 13501 , , , john A. Layne Third Prize 1:3251 ,,,,,, jesse G. Steenson The Peavey Prizes 1Four prizes, S25 each1 The debating prize was awarded to the Sophomore team, consisting of' F. C. O'Brien R. H. Pratt -1. P. DeVaney The prize in Oratory was awarded to , , , -Robert VVeiskopf The Dunwoody Prizes 1four prizes, 525 each1 The debating prize was awarded to M. W. Halloran B, B. Heuston Nellie Cashman The prize in Oratory was awarded to , , , E. C. O'Brien The Wyman Prize 15251 Awarded to ,,,,,,,, A. R. Brown Subject: "The Trade Union as a Factor in Production" The Briggls Prize in Foundry Practice 1:3751 Awarded to , , R. A. Lundquist, S5o, Robert Morris, 1325 The lowa Debate Prize 1SQO1 Awarded to , I. A. Churchill, W. U. Williams, L. H. Wildey The Northwestern Debate Prize 151501 Awarded to , , R. P. Chase, D. L. Grannis, F. C. Lundeen The Wisconsin Debate Prize 1351501 1Spc-:cial prize given by Hon. Thomas Shevlinj Awarded to , H. Mac Clean, B. F. Drake, jr., R. P. Chase The Schurmeir Prize 153201 Awarded to ,.,,,,,, C. Youngquist Subject: "The Social Effect of the lndustrial Employment of' Women" 261 Orgamzations uf E . 2 xj f QQ- if X ,gig fi: 365 jd, ,L I JJ -- M - Y, may VL - ,, ' 'fif ' ,, -' N' T . ' V ' fp' f '5 ,fff l V M - . wiv , We t I f rl flu .J-..g'f , f sf., , . H we - ' -T fix- 71: ta.:-,Q-5 r ,il Y .5,,.L' - ,Li 3' i -I-N . , , A , I - , of f Q f a R f it , a -,,.,. , . 4 H f 1 .K-1, ,,- . Y ,. r - I S 4. f " 2 VQA x X SV' 1 J wh 5 2 i 's W 1 ' ' ,g'l"'95f V. ans? T . 3, 'f ,A A- . , HF" iq: Q ,M,M.Q,.,,,q5 'Xa . rein E W il 5 l xfwlgm fl I will '- Jr. in ll J..l5a l'3 ll l . sf., F ll Z Ag 'M Y, U -C" L if ' if f' - ' 4 -J, - 'hi "asf: Y ,. Us -1 ' - ,A "-flu , . ,, . - ,-ip. F7 .ii - fl '- -ll 'lniwiv-' ' ' t wr" :1 " if --" a,,fn,,.,..,. ,,.- , .- ,,l i, fall' , - 1 . 1 ni. ,..4,.l!! ss1',.,-Q.. 1 X I 'ff-'H f . , "n ' X- . ., ' "' fs. W.: "lu, az! VV ' ' Q Q, tif N s ligswifggfa' l ,..f . f gglg M 1. , , . , E ' K. EL I -, 111' . -' -We 'ffl l'f :'f '11 , N' 1'-'gjh Y-.3 f-7.7 ", ,. X' 2' fi: 5,1 f' 'ig :19 0 D i n gle? .lei W' 'ali ' f. 'T V-ll l I 'll - AFS ifzlllli . 3 ' LQ? ur -t .f . . Y t 4 .Y , a - r . . - 1 l 1 fx V t - -,.' t - 2' -:U ' . H' -- -Y 1 -15 JK l' ' !m44vR".. 1 I . f . f -- Y ., Z. 1.-7 Y. L-N f-f l V' N it . . --if ,, ix 25, N lla, . 1 .Y jgiiirvgf rl X - - H A wh I 1 at ., ,lla i rx-qt! Qi N W " L" , - - f "H" ff- ' 'I' i' ' ' t . R ' 5 f f' , 'flew . ,. - af r' Y- , flfff-5 "- . Je' ' ' V x X flliffli , " I' of vim' -1 fl K' llllilfl WFGNEW, Young Men's Christian Association OFFICERS President , , , Academic Vice-President , Law Vice-President , Engineering Vice- President Medical Vice-President , Treasurer , , , Recording Secretary General Secretary Stands for Christian Nlanhood. llarry lVl. lfreehurg H arry E. Ruble Fred. R. Schweitzer Carroll D. Clipfell Thomas 'l'rutna Arthur B. Shepherd lVlaritt Rand Peter Hanson Stands for aggressive Christian work. Stands for the development of moral character. Stands for the all-around man, Jesus Christ heing the model. Stands for practical helpfulness to all men while they are in college. Stands for the training of men for active church work after they leave college, 264 X Sift TQ fa f -X V M67 Q fiiggji i i i iii A il E ? Q ag Q fA t.s fl fa iQ sg - f 1331 ?11f iisrsz rils ll f ats f iff 1 1 Q? z Young Women's Christian Association President . . Vice-President . . Medical Vice-President Seeretari' . . Treasurer . General Secretary Y. YY lda NI. Alexander Anna L. Allyn Abbie Anderson Caroline l. Austin Nlaud G. Beck Margaret Bell Nlary E. Bell Sarah Best Emily L. Bonwell Elisabeth Brandenburg Vlessie Brooks Grace Caldwell Marion Cole Maud L. Cooper Ella D. Crounse Irina L. Davis Florence DeBell LT. A. ME Eftzzlflislzeff 189 l OFFICERS MBERS OF THE VI Lena F. Evans Kate Talbot l"'inkle Helen Fish MLlL1Ll P. Gearing Lois E. Goodrich Mildred C. Gordon Synneva Grindeland Rowena VV. Harding Bessie Olivia Healy Ethel l. Huyck Adella T, -lohnson Inez A. Kelsey Bertha Clay Kinnard Ida M. Larsen Bessie G. Leeds Alice LinkHeld Avis Loekerby Virginia deHaas 265 UNIOR CL Emily l.. Bonn ell . Edith lsham . . Amy Bird Mabel Clare Bryden . Hortense Smith Marx' Frances Sanford ASS Elorenee E. Mahle Laura E. Miller Letitia Monson Nellie C. Muller Anna L. Norris Alice Ozias Bessie Taylor Pluinnitr Grace Ruth Potter Hattie Rank Mi1111ie L. Rank Alice E. Thompson Margaret Van Bergen Mary C. Van Wert Helen VVarrington Claudia E. VVold Ethel A. Wold janet l. XYynne Y 'ffrks ' N' The University Liberal Association Ol"l"lQ'liRS ,Presiclent , , , , Irwin ,-X. Churchill Vice-ljresidenr , , Ruth VVest Secretary , Agues S. Craig 'llreasurer , , .-Xlois lf. liovurik Business Mziiizigei' , , Hal llowney 266 fzwiweami 1 w?iQ X ,f X A' U C A if Catholic Association s V A i A : r ni , ' 5 ' 1 1 I " I 1 v A , X ' x ,A . 1 ' X fy' f' xx x P s ' i -X f Y 'V . 4 e a 'n,61,,M e i 4 ' 1 it 1 'Q 'Lfyf e , 1 - xg - + XY N- .- , fs, --stay 0 .- 4, 4 1, . 4 , , N Q lx i X13 -Er, V f ,V . , V sv Lg 1' "G ' N' g fzfe' . , '-'1 , 351.5 fb- Y- 'Q' Q' V I ' i, . f 1' ' Y V -f,i"SS.,-'L-'ll - 53 , P ' if 3 2 , . . The University BU.-XRD Oli' DlRl4iCTURS President , , , , ohn A. Layne Vice-President , liitlward l,. Tuohy Secretary , Linda lol. Nluley 'lireasurer , , , , Charles Carrigzin -Iohn Gleason Edwzircl A. lhle Sadie Y. Moran Mary li. Mclntyre George V. McLaughlin 'lihe University Catholic Association was organized in the Spring of IQOO. lts aim is the twofold one of providing 11 course of lectures ' i mmon interest and of uniting its members in closer upon matters of co hor A ' f ' iathv. ids ot social symi ' 267 Standing--Peterson VVells Fairchild Goodsell Brooks Francis Barnum Haney Fattee Major George H. Morgan, Commandant Thorp Stewart Hugo Adams Noyes Schall Remele lineeling-Thomson Covey Smith Schouten Taplin Gilwlwons Kelsey jones The University Corps of Cadets Commandant Major Geo. H. Morgan, Ninth Cavalry, U. S, A. Adjutant . .... Cadet Captain YV. VV. Thorp FIRST BATTALION Cadet Major C. L, Haney Cadet Battalion Adjutant lst Lieut. Paul Brooks Co. A. Co. B. Co. C. Co. D. Cadet Capt. R. S. Pattee C. F. Sehouten L. F. Camphell C. P. Barnum Cadet lst Lieut. A. B. Wells A. R. Fairchild C. VV. Goodsell H. Peterson Cadet znd Lieut. C. Thomson R. H, Smith VV. S. Covey A. T. Lagerstrom SECOND BATTALION Cadet Major F. Alex. Stewart Cadet Battalion Adjutant lst Lieut. Harry jones Co. E. Co. F. Co. G. Co. H. Cadet Capt. E. L. Noyes R. T. Hugo YV. C. Adams A. X. Schall Cadet Ist Lieut. R. B. Taplin C. G. Kelsey A. R. Gibbons Fl. W. Smith Cadet 2nd Lieut. A. O. Remele H. E. Gerrish F. K. Cannon D. T. Smith ARTILLERY lst Lieutenant H. FI. Francis znd Lieutenant C. H. Benson 268 Frear Grant Blair Gregg Finseth Gillis Horton Maj. Morgan :Xnclrews Hzigernmn Crozier V lVnsliburn Emerson The School of Agriculture Battalion OFFICERS OF THE 3rd BATT.-XLlUN CAPTAINS I R. Gillis T. Horton Andrews VV. lf. Hagerman FIRST l,lEUTlf'lNANTS D S. Blair D. VV. lfrear G. H. Grant V. H. Gregg A. K. Finseth SECOND LIEUTENANTS B. Crozier R. lime-rson li. D. XVasl1laurn 269 The Engineers' Society President , A. R. Fairchild Vice-President , F. R. lVlclVlillan Secretary , K. C. Dorsett 'l'reasurer , Business lVl anager , hkhtorsofthe Engineers Year Editor-in-Chief Business Nlanager , , Assistant Business Nlanager ,,,, Civil lingineering ,,,,, , Mechanical Engineering lilectrical Engineering , Assistant Editors lf. B. Lewis E. D. Jackson Book lf. Cheney W. C. Adams 0. B. Roepke J. C. Holland R. lf. Stanton V. li. Goodwin Q D. T. Smith -1 F. K. Cannon lx C. B. Gibson The School of Mines Society President , Corresponding Secretary OFFICERS Secretary and Treasurer ,,,, ADVISORY BOARD A. L. McCarty, '04 VV. A. Rose, '06 H. H. Angst S. T. Bass D. Bottenfield F. A. Bowman R. R. Boyd jno. Brandt H. I. Brosious M. C. Cadwell VV. G. Clark L. L. Clement KI. F. Coggswell A. B. Calhoun j. Cowin D. li. H. Curry B. Daugherty R. VV. Davies F. Dedolph F. C. Devereux NI. M. Dickey A. H. Donaldson VV. G. Dorr F. R. Fdgerton F. N. Fdmonds T. F. Field j. H. Gulick VV. H. Hale l. B. Hanks G. P. H arrington MEMBERS F M. Hawes . VV. Heine O. G. Hoaas L. K. Houlton T. Hovland B. M. johnson F.. F. juni Lewis Keene O. F. M. Keller R. L. Kilpatrick M. S. Kingston A. F. Kuehn P. S. Kurtxman VV. M. Lewes VV. VV. Lytzen H. Lathrop A. L. McCarty H. S. McKay R. McRae G. F. Malcolmson H. Maynard Ralph Mella Lucien Merritt H. A. Miller M. G. Millspaugh W. F. Moenke Charles Morgan N. M. Muir VV. C. Miss 15 271 L, K. Houlton, D. li.. H. Curry, D. Botteniield, R. A. Ziesmer, B. R. Neustadt B. F. Noehl L. F.-Nordine A. C. Oherg E. S. 0'Connor H. F. Olund F.. K. Parks W. H. Parker Louis Penhoel E. A. Prohst Olaf Roed VV. A. Rose F. G. Schipper -I. Schrader S. L. Shonts N. O. Skonnard E. VV. Smith S. O. Snyder D. C. Squyer C. VV. Steele H. Steinberg E. L. Vinal L. P. VVells M. A. VViest A. VVillis F. VV. Wiiiters H. M. Ziesemei R. A. Ziesmer .mi Q "L'.. GREEK CLUB l :v .-:F---'rifiii I -' ' ' .' -i ,.,u,- , - , U. , - - .' ,' j.--.',.'.21.-,I - 5? . - .-:TT-' : 1 I ' .- 4-I-nrfifai-fiP:ai1'w-Z:ze:-'seffie .- xfw - 375 f ' 5 'f' I I 2-,gglzgt Q-j1,'.'t:-1:'.'2'4--." -f?': I 1 I 152:55 ' .. 1'-,lf-.Z . -, -' b:'-'...:u:..A:5:zng3::f1. .1.'. 1. ,-X - Q - U- : . ' - I 1.'g"-5.-55' in Y", jj . ' Presicient , Y ice- Preside nr Secretary 'I1I'C21SUI'C1' , President , Vice- President , Secretary 'I'reasurer -fi-ff, Flwi U'ifwr7:w f2yI'lHlUI'H!C cflnfuu . , i . -"Vvf:' fl II F :GTC ZTmfLrlTUlV r"Aa'fL 11 OFFI CNRS Fin! o'l'7llL'.flL'7' Sevonzz' Senlester' 27 2 FDB! r 114- , Marion Cole Leifui' Nlagnusson Annu .-Xllvn Roscoe lf. Sun ford Lily fzlrlson Ruth Sandwall Arthur Stroud Roscoe F. Sanford fTHE r FRENCH CLUB Cncler the direction of'lf1'enle1'lCl4 lf. Beckman, Ph. ll. President , Vice-President , Secretary , VIKVCZISLIFCI' , lfclla G. Berger Cornelia Hollinshezul john Sanluorn OFl"IL'liRS NIFNIBHRS Helen I.. Green Helen H. Corson Ellen M. Bruce George X'V11lliCl' HONOR.-XRY MPIMBER Mrs. Frederick F.. Beckn X 12111 llelen Clarke .lennie Hlscock lidwurcl C. O'Brien Nl. Le Roy Arnold Henry VV. Volk Grace lil. Green Nlzlry Nlorgzln E X Dramatic Club J i , 2 .1 4 1-. 'J The University Dramatic Club President . Vice-President , Secretary , Treasurer Max Ricker Rose-Marie Schaller Dana Easton LeRoy Arnold Cyrus Brown john Stradley Ruth Leonard Horace Reed OFFICERS MEMBERS Mary Fagundus Mildred Hunter Stuart Thompson Florence Prouty Roy Campbell R. M. Pederson Rebecca Van Cleve Bradley Gibson Cyrus Brown , Ruth Leonard Eva Blaisdell , Horace Reed George Tyler George Walkei' Mary Alden Agnes lves Florence Brazie Ruth Cole Helen Burbridge Albert Koch Ruth Haynes Paul Magnuson Paul Spooner Hattie Van Bergen Florence HoHlin Rochester Winona Red Wing Owatonna , Willmar Litchfield State Prison, Faribault Aitkin , Alice Bean Cornelia H ollinshead Hazel Brown Eva Blaisdell Emily -Ianney The Farce ffOne Night Only" Sti l l water Presented en tour 276 Zell Guthrie Ray Knight Ella Buell Donald Campbell December 28, IQOKQ December 29, IQO3 December 30, 1903 DCCCIT1bCI'xQI IQO3 january 1, 1904 january 2, 1904 February 12, 1904 February 12, 1904 March 2, 1904 -lack Courtley Marcus Brutus Snap Mariorie Yale Dr. Vale Susan liorcl Courtley Paula Posket Mrs. l,etitia Posket Profi. Yalentinian Poslaet Home Night Only" Translated from the German by Robert Baker Annual performance at East High School Auditorium, February 3, 1904 CAST OF CHARACTERS Prof. Yalentinian Posket, Professor ofiAncient History . . . George Tyler Arthur Vale, M. D., his son-in-law ...... Dana Easton 'lack Courtley, alias Harkins in pursuit ofifame and fortune Max Richer, Geore VValker Marcus Brutus Snap, theatrical manager ...... Cyrus Brown Mrs. Letitia Posket, Profi of Conjugal Management in the household Cornelia Hollinshead Marjorie Vale, the elclest daughter ..... Alice Bean, Hazel Brown Paula, the youngest ......... Mildred Hunter Susan, a servant ....... Florence Hofflin MANAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Holt .... . . . Directors Horace Reed . . . . . . Business Maiiager Dana Easton . . . , Assistant Business Manager 277 278 1, 3 Q llivvklf' The Junior Ball Cfnfs if 1905 University Armory, january 29, 1904 President ,,,,,,, john B. Sanborn, Jr. Vice-President , , Mark D. Woolery Secretary , , , , , Bert R. Neustadt Treasurer , ,,,. C. Bradley Gibson . COMMITTEES firnzngein ents F. T. Fairchild, Chairman P. A. Brooks C. D. Robinson C. H. Kinnard Deromlions P. De Vaney, Chairman VV. W. Lytzen G. Daley G. L. Gillette Rqfreslzinenfs H. Armstrong, Chairman M. B. Jackson F. Finley Music C. li. Sainsbury, Chairman XY. B. Sheldon VV. Jacobsen R. R. Reed Printing Harry Aldrich, Chairman F. C. Parker W. G. Dibble F. McCartney PW55 F. C. O'Brien, Chairman H. F. Leach E. Bisbee Correrponrienfe A. Jardine, Chairman W. F. Thompson VV. S. Covey Progrnin F. A. Woodward, Chairman R. S. lVlerriam S. H. DeLong Pnzronx C. W. Nye, Chairman T. F. Field A. G. Cary Ffoor E. Pennock, Chairman A. G. Koch F. L. Fisher A. W. Robertson Auditing ' j. S. Abbott, Chairman Trsfeld Roy Burke A. H. Donaldson 274, .4 3 K f 'E mx E? .J Blusical 9 a: 1I3u.L fzaffvni' Y, M 2 M 3, '2 asv JSI NCllSIilClI Tyler Huntley Arndt Fairchild Finley' Campbell -Iacksnn Norton Hugo Sturt: Sheldon Keller Burrows Northrup Frechurg Ely Sydow Koch Donaldson Smith Gibbons Angst Steudman Fish Ycoman Ycrxu SufFcl McCartney Larson Von VVillia1ns Taylor Richer Sullwolcl 282 The Glee and Mandolin Club THE lVlANDOLlN CLUB Fin! fW1znf!0li115 Ray R. Knight, Leader F. 'l'. Fairchild ll K. Yerxa Geo. Tyler R. Rihhle Seromz' lwzzmiofim Horace Fish E. VV. Huntley K. Taylor R. Campbell F. Finley Guimrs VV. B. Sheldon F. B. lVlcCartney -I. Von VVilliams Max Ricker H. A. Sullwold Viofin G. B. Steadrnan THE GLEE CLUB First Tknorf C. A. Johnson NV. H. Smith H. H. Angst VV. T. Sture Second Tenant lVl. B. jackson A. H. Donaldson G. VV. Yeoman -I. lVl. Freehurg Barifanes VV. H. Hale E. G. Stegner A. C. Koch L. A. Larson G. F. Sutlel Banff O. S. lilv W. F. Arndt YY. VV. Norton ' 1 H. G. Sydow, Leader 283 Shadewald Lucker Alexander Sherman W'ay Rosenthal Finkle Goetzinger Riggs Quigley Hiscock ' Grindeland Daniels Godward Anderson The Girls' Glee Club OFFICERS Director ,,,,,, Miss Edna Hall Business Mariager and Leader , Helen Riggs Secretary and Treasurer , Ida Alexander Aceompanist , , , , V , Katherine Barnes Helen Riggs Rose Rosenthal Ella Cox Clar Dora Sherman Abbie Anderson a Lueker Jennie Hiscock First Sopranos Mabel Wheeler' Ottola Miller Lueile Way Edna Daniels Second Sopranos Kate Finkle Laura Miller Svnneva Grindeland 4 First Altos Ida Alexander Eleanor Qiigley Second Altos Elsie Shadewald Katherine Goetzinger 284 Cormff The University Band B. A. Rose, Ilirerlor Chas. Pehoushek, Chief IWll.fiffIZ7l Adolph Blix, P1'i11czj11z!iVlz1.ficizz11 Hutchinson Adolph Blix G. N. Davis Chas. Pehoushek Nl. B. Finseth VV. R. Groth F. A. Ihle C. R. Sanborn C. A. Davis T. F. Richard Chas. Sine F. Bowman R. R. Reed C. D. Clipfell H. P. Van Cleve C. Neilson Pifcofo A. F. Smith film li. L. Carlsen D. R. VVells 'Trombone C. Hamlon H. L. Brady Cfzzrinef Ed. Tuohy C. Bartholomew A. lj. Dunn Baritone C. D. Aecker Szzwzpfzafze Bam' P. F. Brown Bays Via! E. Weher Snare Drum H1155 Drum R. Ii. Flynn Qymizzzff H. L. lVlcLauren 285 R. N. Ostvig A. Bachrach XV. B. Hinkley B. Karn Chas. Nelson A. T. Rowe Lukkason F. Mihleis F. C. Ruble G. F. VVidell Fred VVirth VV. G. Davis k1.j. O'Neil Morgan Holilin Bourelle Harding Sheldon Garrow Gould Chamberlain ,laclison 7 The Woman s League President , , Laura Gould Vice-President , , Ruth Rosholt Secretary , Marion jones Treasurer ,,,,,,,,, Pearl Buell VVoman's Issue of the Minnesota Magazine Board WF Edilom Frances Chamberlain, .... Managing Editor Florence Holflin, . Art Editor Lilian Garrow, April Foolery Rowena Harding, . April Foolery Genevieve Jackson, . Business Manager Eleanor Sheldon, . Ass't Business Manager Mary Morgan, . . . Circulation Manager 286 McGrath Engdahl Vibodwaril Browne Davenport Gilman O'Brien lves Mitchell Easton Halloran Springer Holm Harsh Layne Collins Hall Pingry DeVaney The Press Club OFFICERS President . . . . . Guvvy lves Vice-President , , Gundlaager Holm Secretary , , Cheerful Charlie Gilman Treasurer , , , Ping-Pong Pingry Sergeant-at-Arms , , , , , Deacon Noyes MEMBERS Force, jr., Davenport Pingry, of the stpaulglohe jack DeYaney Disappearance O,Brien Stuhhs Collins Cheerful Charley Gilman Billee Dawson Circus Hall Guntllaager Holm Tip Rohitsheck Manager VVoodward Sport Reed Mike Halloran Sleuth lingdahl Actor Easton Guvvy Ives Alumnus Mitchell Ike Sainsbury lleacon Noyes Celt Layne ORNERY MEMBERS lfxchange Browne Bolm Mitchell Lone Hand Harsh Frenchy King .257 Schrader VVoodwurd Easton Noyes DeVaney Dawson Halloran Harrington Boutelle lves Layne Kelsey Gilman Scripture Browne McPartlin Engdahl Mclntyre The Mlnnesota Dally 'Managing liditor . , Henry S. Ives Business Manager , , , A. Layne Assistant Business Manager , H. L. Noyes Advertising Agent ,,,,,, Nl. Harrington ASSOCIATE EDITORS John G. Holm C. L. Gilman G. W. Harsh Catherine McPartlin john P. DeVaney M. W. Halloran REPORTERS Williani Dawson Paul F. Browne Mary Mclntyre Inez A. Kelsey Louise E. Boutelle S. Hall Dana IW. Easton Bessie Scripture H. S. VVoodward L. Engdahl 288 McGrath Holm Collins Gihhons Stone Lavell Arnold Pattec The Minnesota Magazine Eylfzbliffzerf the Cfzzfy Wf '95 BOARD OF EDITORS IQO3-IQO4 Managing Editor , , Richard A. Lavell Editor-in-Chief , , George H. Stone Literary Editor , William H. McGrath Critic , , , M. LeRoy Arnold Secretary , Archibald R. Gihhons Athletic Editor , , , , Richard S. Pattee ADVlSORY BOARD Prof. Frances B. Potter, M. A. Prof. Charles F. McClunipha, Ph. D. Oscar VV. Firkins, M. A. Business Manager ,,,,, l.ouis L. Collins Assistant Business Manager ,,,,, john G. Holm 2817 'Iaclison Cheney Stanton lVlclVlillan Adznns Goodwin Dorsett Holland Fziirchilcl Roeplie liewis The Engineers' Year Book THE EDITORS lilclitoi'-in-Chief' li. Cheney Business Nlaiiugei' , , , VV. C. Adanis Assistant Business lVlnnage1' O. B. Roeplce DEPrXR'l"lVll1lN'l' EDl'llURS Civil lingineering ,,,,, , ll. C. Holland Nlechzuiical lingineering , R. li. Stanton lflectriczil Engineering , V. 141. Goodwin S D. 'lf Smith Assistant liditors , lf. li. Cannon C. B. Gibson JO Brown, B. R. Sanhorn Aldrich Youngherg llollinsheatl Sanford Brown, P, F, Sainshnri' Reed Clarke O'Brien Lagerstroin Frank Healy Calhoun Balmer Halloran Nleljartlin -Iensen The I oo 5 Gopher Board Managing litlitor . . l",dwarcl C. O,Brien liditor-insCl1iet' . Ansgar 'If Lagerstroni Business Manager . . Charles E. Sainsbury Assistant Business Manager . . Robert R. Reed Artist .... , lfrederie D. Calhoun Assistant Artist ...... Ethel Palmer l.lTl'lRARY CUlVlMlT'l'lfl'l Cornelia Hollinshead Helen Clarke john B. Sanhorn Catherine Mel'artlin CHROXICLIC CONlAllT'I'l'll'l Sylvia l'll'H.I1li llarry Aldrich Matthew YY. llalloran -Iohn A. Jensen ART CUAllN'll'l"l1lLlfl Bessie Healy DEl'All'l'lXll'iN'1l RI'1PRIiS1iN'l','X'1'lX'1418 l,aw-Day, Robert R. Brown Medical, Paul lf. Brown Law-Night, lfdward l'. Sanford, B. A. Pharniacy, lrving A. Rohitshek Dental, lfverett L. Youngherg 2171 Literary Socleties -I E . f -4 k g Am Aga! ' Q" 1' W fi , , 5, Q my 'gal v' t 5 f qw M xr N 5 J, N ' " wk YQ "1 QT' Z1-A A N 4 ' 15299210 71 u 5 f' fi".l7ln vb A 4 ' 71" -Q "mf wx K' AN-,Ek x g low Clutter Everhard johnson, H. Christiunson Colhurn Boraus Okkclhcrg Bolstud Camphcll, R. Nelson Schwartz Sachs Stroud Vifyrcns Ruhlc Houck Newhcrg Thompson johnson,A. Bh1ncharNChhcrgz1H Hovdu Cznnphcll,C. Ransom Nord Dow Iedhckzl Smith HC,JL1g11Il1Li f 'fl gl 57 55? E 553 Eid-'jf LW 51 r 45 Q A 1- 51" xy E., 5 FURUMQLITERARY 94, B .-52. S0ClETY J President , Vice-President , Secretary and Treasuiei Sergeant-at-Arms President , , Vice-President , Secretary and Treasuier Sergeant-at-A rms E. Arnston lf. Bostrum C. T. Christianson George Fusterman R. Hougland A. W. Johnson N. F. Nelson P. O. Okkelberg L. L. Schwartz . R. Thompson C C. GI. Blanchar Fim! .N'eme.f!e1' Sfrom! Semefler MEMBERS A. C. Bolstad C. G. Campbell G. Clutter A. A. Everhard S. B. Houck E. C. johnson O. Newberg E. A. Robinson B. li. Smith J. 'lf VVatts HONOR ROLL D. C. Dow 213 YVilliam Nord , A. VV. Johnson li. A. Robinson R. H. Campbell lngmar tl. Boraas Oscar C. Newberg Stanley B. Houck , VVilliam Nord I. -I. Boraas R. H. Campbell A. Colburn C. VV. Gray A. l. Jedlicka LI. Z. Nebbergall VVilliam Nord G. M. Sachs A. 'l'. Stroud -I. P. VVeyrens G. Steenson Gilmore Mclvlunigal Dye Layne Gleason Keelcy Bergstrom Stcphanu Churchill Wlistraml Jensen Running Pratt Peterson Nlaclison 'amstrom Hallorzm ,lolinsoii Curtis McGrath Loomis Anderson Drake ffm? iff W1 1 6 ,fi J ' Hg. g N Q N2 r L QQ IFQJJ I2 12, QKAWK gxx 012.514-' tigasfor SHAKOPEAN LITERARY l. .. v . SOCIETY - - . Kansas, ig. :v L .-.0 1. etewti 0 I ' F as E Swomx OIJIJICERS Fira! Sef12a,vfe1' Nefafzfi Sfifzeslvr President , M. VV. Halloran President , , R, li, Pratt Vice-President , L. Nlagnusson Vice-President , C. R. Wright Secretary , lf. 'I'. Gorman Secretary , L. Magnusson 'l'reasurer , VValter Bergstrom 'llreasurer , lf. R. VVistrand Sergt.-at Arms Czar , , Critic A. lf. Anderson VV. B. Arper C. XY. Bergstrom J. B. Bell Chas. Carrigan D. T. Collins G. L. Curtiss G. A. Harl L. li. Fagan C. E. Gilmore ohn Gleason lf. 'lf Gorman P. lf. Carlson D. 'lf Collins C. R. Wi'ight Critic , P. li. Carlson Sergt.-at Arms MEMBERS Nl. YV. Halloran Hans A. Hanson H. L. Hanson G. Holm A. -lensen Viggo johnson NV. H. Keeler F. S. Loomis D. F. lVIcGrath R. F. lVlclVlanigal H. T. Nladison L. Magnusson HONORARY ROLL llilected this Yearp 7 M. VV. Halloran B. Robinson L. N. Nelson A. Peterson H. P. Peterson B. Robinson U. li. Ronning lVl. L. Stewart Stephanus lf. VV. Vanstrom li. R. NVistrand C. R. Wright VV. U. Xvright . A. Layne Aygurn, M, D, Aygarn, M, H, Blaisclell Barney Stratton Norton French Hartney Barnes Putnam Thompson, A. C. Flinders Phillips lVIclVlanigal Hitchings Rccd,A,P, Rcccl,R,R, Nichols Moran .loss Thompson,A,lVl, Pryor Youngquist jones Wildey Hanson Selvig f-Q' f alto A 57 lm. 5 -Q 1- i j -4-' 1, s if or-J' u -5- 1 N1 ' l E5 298 wrfml wr ww ww ug' up im iw vw W up ww wr iw wr ww iw iw wc f N cAs'rA1.lAN f'N SOCIETY .1-I i -LITERARY i nmence .s IX OFFICERS President , , C. H. Phillips 'l'reasurer , NI. H. Aygarn Vice-President VVni. Pryor Sergt.-at-Arms C. Youngquist Secretary , A. Powers Critic , P. D. Stratton C. Grass C. P. Warreii B. Mcfiregcmr O. Rosendahl VV. I. Norton M. D. Aygarn M. H. Aygarn A. R. Barnes L. A. Barney A. Blaisdell C. Clayton Nl. French H artney L. H. -loss L. Larson HONOR.-XRY MEMBERS Wlarren VVilliams Alex anes VValso li. F. Gilfillan G. B. Qrre B. Ladd ACTIVE MEMBERS Henry Moen S. G. Nloran N. A. Nlclvlanigal lf. Nichols lf. Olson C. H. Phillips A. Powers lf. Putnam NVillian1 Pryor R. R. Reed 2919 Leslie VVildey Paul Smith P. lf. Brown H. B. Gislason Geo. P. ,lones A. P. Reed Carlus Selvig P. D. Stratton A. C. Thompson A. M. Thoinpson Charles Youngquist H. Hanson John Nelcola R. B. Schofield Rcmclc O' Brien DeVancy Broclcway Raerz Sanfbrcl Newell YVooclward Tileston VVells Stromswald Benson Gillman Dibblc: Hall Peterson W0 54 'lg E- .lf F! ' I L . cfm I' L Q 300 I b' l.. 4' i 1 i THE ARENA LITERARY SOCIETY 5- l m Y Ji i f xll N D 6 0 6 m o President , Vice-President , Secretary , 'l'reasurer , , Sergean t-at-A rnis President , Vice-President , Secretary , Treasurer , , Sergeantqat-Arms H. A. C. li. L. M. I. H. H. If . L. Brockway L. Peterson L. Gillnian L. Benson L. Collins L. Strathern L. Scace L. Burt L. l'lHgd11l1l H. Newell OFFI C E RS I"lf7'.ff Nfzzzefffr Sffond A'w11e.f!e7' lVIElVlBliRS N. A. Gillnian S. -I. Raetz A. 'llileston A. Ll. Oman . P. DeVaney 1. C. O'Brien C. Stromswald . F. Sinclair . VV. Choate ll. P. Kranz .I la J I gui 'FLORF-NLE E.SN OUK ,- C. L. Gillnian F. H. Newell F. Sinclair A. L. Peterson C. Stroniswalcl A. C. Reniele ll. F. Sinclair F. H. Newell A. L. Peterson , A. B. XVells C. Reniele li. Schuck B. VVells S. Hall S. VVoodward Peterson . A. Miller R. F. Sanford Ci. VV. Dibble XNVYDIIC Everett Putnam Nlclntyre Marsh Newkirk,l. Dredgc,S. Warrixigtoli Sharpe Daniels Dickinson Phillips Newkirk, B. Dredge, B. VVier Gilmore Thornton Kercher McLaughlin Houck Elliott Boutellc Kelsey fi Qfltt if - Isp Q E E' f s xii-'J 3 lf' X X-Ji r 302 ' X, --1 1 - -Z. , Wi THE' MINERVA lvl ,ii LITERARY ,45- ilxnml SQCIETY Iwi! FEW HEI OFFICERS President , , , , , Edna Houck Vice-President , Margaret Thornton Secretary , Edith Putnam Treasurer , Louise Boutelle C . . l Bertha Newkirk ritics , , , , Linda Maley Bertha Anna Boutelle Grace Dickinson Nellie Elliott NI adge Gilmore Inez Kelsey Mary McIntyre Eleanor Osborn Mabel Switzer Helen VVarrington HONORARY MEMBERS Grace VVashburn il Grace Dickinson Honora McLachlan Newkirk Nlabel Sharpe ACTI VE MEMBERS Louise Boutelle Belle Dredge Elsie Everett Edna Houck Alice Kercher Elizabeth M c Laughlin Ruth Phillips Margaret Thornton Mary W'eed Bella VVynne 30 Edna Daniels Stella Dredge Fannie Fligelman Ethel Huyck Elizabeth Marsh Iris Newkirk Edith Putnam Edith Thompson Amelia VVier Smitli JLll1OLlSCCli Carer Szinfinrd Greer Hannui' Holi' Slicndaill Bridgeman Carroll Swce Brown Corcoran YVood NVE-lil Ecksrrom Payne Sullivan Stamm Franklwerg Oppcnlicimcr Prcurhcr Dicpcnlnrocla lVIaloncy Baird 54 6353- I' G5 304 i- W' AVEHAE .i---4 VN , THE LAW LITERARY SOCIETY I A I HI well IlQ4lIl 5 fini I il 4 ll: . 6 il:' , , .I . A X ' I I. 4,95 E . . President , Vice- President , Secretary , 'I'reasurer , Sergeant-an A rm s C. Andre R. R. Brown H. Corcoran C. M. Carroll A. N. Ifckstrom A. V. Gardner If. A. Holi" II. janouseek J. H. lVIenz S. B. Payne D. P. Sullivan A. Stamm OFFICERS MEMBERS V. Ii. Anderson R. Bridgeman XYilliam Carey C. P. Diepenluroek VValter Franklaerg Hiram Goll- VV. B. Hanney A. H. Klassen If. Maurin -I. Preueher -I. Swee R. G. Sanford B. VV. Vvood SO , If. A. Ho Roy Baird , VVm. Carey ll. .Iianouseck C. A. johnson Roy Baird H. Bushfield 'If If. Courtney ames Doran Ii. R. Frissell ID. IJ. Greer C. A. johnson A. S. Maloney VV. H. Oppenheimer P. Ryan J. VV. Smith .Iulius Shendall H. I LITERARY SOCIETY A QANDINAV are it 41- --1? OFFICERS President , , I Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Sergeant-at-Arms , , MEMBERS l. Vl. Boraas H. H. Dalalier Amalia Granrud H. Rasmussen I. C. Stromswald 'eifrudia VVold Theresa Olsen Fred A. Olsen Deborah Anderson Nils Holm Synneva Grindeland C. K. Semling Alhert Thompson Luella Hanson O. G. Hoaas H. F. Peterson VVm. A. Nord H. Linde Ida Lindquist Henry Christ G. Arneherg Carl A. Anderson Carl E. Boman . E. Nyquist Daniel Aalchus J. S. Carlson, Ph. D. -I. E. Granrud, Ph. D L. Lillehei Ruth Sandvall S. O. Severson Mable Olsen Nellie Thompson Dorothea Dahl F. YV. Vanstrom Lena Falk-Gjertsen C. O. Estrem A. L. Peterson E. Victor Olson Anna Peterson C. E. Anderson Fred E. Bierrnann V. D. Chelgren A. Anderson S. E. Johnson C. A. Rollin A. C. Thompson . Callerstrom Emil Anderson Altl Bergin H. B. Gislason G 306 4 'FLGRENCL P SNOUIX . Philip Carlson Ida Alexander Clara Christopherson VV. A. XVesterson . P. Okkelherg Lily Carlson A. M, johnson A. O. Lillehei N. F. Soderherg Anna Sand David F. Swenson A. R. Rose Elsie M. Barquist Vvalter Jacobsen S. T. Reque -las. T. Havland Geo. L. -lohnson Bergljot Cgevli E. H. Lien G. A. Peterson Harry E. Ruhle R. VV. johnson Clariee Grindeland Ethel S. Brooberg G. L. Rudolf John Olson C. A. Swenson R. M. Pederson P. A. Mattson The Society of Legal Culture President , Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer , Critic , , Sergeant-at-Arms H. Chismore H. L. Stoughton Andrew Johnson VV. O. lVIcNelly OFFICERS' MEMBERS VV. l-lomnes H. Schull C. A. Hewitt Y. li. Phelps 307 , R. lVl. Funk P. A. Anderson , G. D. Smith l. L. licholdt John Swinland G. Loevinger C. O. Ulness A. Schmidt tl. B. Field Sullivan Nflfljflllgklll Hcndriclxs W'ildes Chinnoclq Stailnc Hagan Vlvoodruw Cutting lihhnestoclg Collins Frantz Morlxcn O'Bricn Binford Vlhrring Nlitchcll lVIcGivcrn Nlandcrficld Foote Hanson fx? if mltt xg , . LK, ,M 54' l 3 f tl s K :gm xiii!! Qi lf' Q 'XJM 308 i - f 5 4 Q...-ffl UI THE KENT W' f Ja Ll Qs U9 SOCIETY V W ... 5 i fi ,, . i , 5 S-L-1-. Q ug- s x gi A 2 4 .meiik ,.-5262.1-, 9 ..-5 " " 91935425145 X 6 ..3.'I1Q:A::Qz?? :ff Ls ...rn-srfffn bs u ,yyafgi -:f 121 "JWS91!i7!f: K gikipfijz' "' rr. 21-::-'fer-12 ' .-:a-w:if-l'- 45 sg- ...,g.g-img' .saga ,-E7-ft ?7f'!.'21,: ?:?5:'f 4- 3 I '-e:-- -7s'o':a:: ' i-:avi "' ---,mx pm-1 -sm .ya Q.: .1 gg- mm -'-1-'6 'ullhif Juv vi-4 :ga vm, J' ,- .-- 'ld NI I 1 Ant --. .. .nl ' ,. -5, Ti 3. w Q' ' fi " Y: ' f X X' 9 9 If J k V 2- R. l :- C : - 5 - I l l 1 l l zmllllllmlzll FLGRENQE- E 51N-vw A President , Vice-President , Secretary , Treasurer , Sergeu n t-at- A rms C. . Andre 'lf Cliinnoclc C. A. Frantz Dl. B. Hendryx U. Leverson R. H. Mitchell C. li. Seniling lf. A. Wlildes Ol"FlCliRS MEMBERS L. B. H. ll VV. C D. Pl. G. 'I' A. A A. J. C. 11. Binford Clough . Foote Hansen M orken Royal Statliie VVoodrow 303 lf. C. Nlcfiivern , F. A. Caldwell F. Sullivan H. Manderf , 'lf B. Collins H. L. Brady F.. A, Cutting Otto Fahnestock l.. 'If Hagan H. D. MClJllLlg2lll lf. A. Stewart VV. R. VVarring all Mx XM alll Ei all 'fl Fish Mclntyre Tennant Haynes Van Bergen, H. blaelison Bullard Chamberlain Bofferding Leonard Smith Gould Hollinshead ,lones Bean Moreland West Eaton Van Bergen, M, von Bodenstedt dc Haas lanney joy Buell Rosholt Stinchfielcl Aldrich WI 5.5 'v .Q 2, 54' .B E Emir! q . L - K- l L Q 310 q 486' .Q fif at J Sv' THETA EPS LON ?QQLf .Q 3 Fir-+?- e g J KST 4 , X V l f Hu ff HQ 'N32' la X 'Elk - xr f Q g I X 'Li 'FLQRENCF S President , Vice-President , Secretary . Treasurer , Helen Aldrich Eleanor von Bodenstedt Marjorie Bullard Virginia del-laas Helen Fish Ruth Haynes Iiniily .Ianney Ruth Leonard Ruth Rosholt Helen Smith Harriet Van Bergen OFFI CR RS MEMBERS Gertrude Ballard Aline Boflerding Frances Chamberlain Eleanor Baton Laura Gould Cornelia Hollinshead Marion Jones lithel Melntyre Blary Sanford Nelle Stinchfield lNlargaret Yan Bergen 311 Ruth Leonard . lfmily slanney lNlargaret Yan Bergen Genevieve ackson Alice Bean Pearl Buell lWaijorie Cole M ary lfagu ndus Nlartha Harris Genevieve jackson Lilias joy Nlarie lVloreland lflorenee Smith Lois Tennant Cook lvcs Easton Kinnard, Blanche Gould Higginhothgnn Kinnurd, Bertha Kendall Pattee aDuc johnson Clancy -lohnston Tucker Shannon fxv qtffx in vi ,KH 7- X-hf -4 .V Q-XJ 312 , .iii ' 52.134 Y k. ri x -Y Y f ri 'Z f g-.1 2 Q AN ie , . Qi X THE T ALIAN OCIETY 51' fie ffm? JMQQM 011121111 ,K X If X X f 1 P -1 , , - - - - o c ES my Y 'nmz-nu E -N rs ' Ojiicerx President . . . Rita Clancy Vice-President Maude Johnson Secretary . Emily Johnston Treasurer . Helen Clarke Honorary MEWAETJ F 1 rances B. lotter Ada Comstock Rita Clancy Laura Gould Amy Cook Leora Easton Blanche Higginhotham Sue VVeir Emily Johnston lWauCle johnson Helen Clarke Rita Kendall zVIem!1er.f 3 I 3 lVlary Peck Marv lves Agnes lves Bertha Kinnard Blanche Kinnard Bessie Lucker Genevieve jackson Harriet Shannon lflva La Due Sidnee Pattee Irene Radcliffe K . 5 Fraternltles -4 . . 3 , S - f '1-5 0 V 3 -4 34 " "Wi" vw M' ' ' 'W N 1 4 1 313 1 i , 3 1 1 Q i A LIST OF THE FRATERNITIES af flze University of Minnesota in the order of the establish ment of the Local Chapters Academic Chi Psi, 1874 Phi Delta Theta, 1 881 Delta Tau Delta, 1883 Phi Kappa Psi, 1888 Sigma Chi, 1888 Beta Theta Pi, 1889 Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1889 Phi Gamma Delta, 1890 I Delta Upsilon, 1890 Psi Upsilon, 1891 Alpha Delta Phi, 1891 Theta Delta Chi, 1892 Zeta Psi, 1899 Kappa Sigma, 1901 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1902 Alpha Tau Omega, 1902 6 l Ulf gill! 'Nm vin Ip VL: K b Q '-M PQ Wa: lg 5 i x' 55 'V-11 bbq!! - Bulimia UZFIDEI CJQJZE IZI Eff.-nc: Dfz.'T.l!IO f Q UI-7 U 11.155 "f l lfea -Ulm 95553 LZI UIIUKZU zvczncia QQ-:EQ sm -n'I.,g .Ax ,Q will ml-JL...J an 'ff' usb 1 :tu L nm, .A. , . . . ,Kc 3 ' 1 iff! , o:' f ,,vY ' 4 sa .' ,ini 2 ' mfg' 'E' ln. , '.Y V - - ' ' fzff, 'N -' 1'12.f,s'f .JH F' i H PH' . A l ... ..-. . , iljzkfzfr '55-iq? .--W, 'grill Eli R. - -,N 'lg' 5, yrx.. Q ,J ' . - V T if X - . . - ., - -... .... - ' - ' "" "- " - I , . l , - , . ' . , . . ' ' 5 ' - . D ' R T Q ALA Ln... n. - Q -- hi Psi 317 4 4613721 g f aw L . 6 1' W" i " Q f jwl iili i Sanborn Field Hastings Suffle lVluir Taylor R b L C Dawm Byrnes Mitt-hell Abbott, j. s. 0 inson 'arpenter my Collins, L. L. lackson Barnard Gillette Abbott, VV. P. Collins, S. G. ,-- D ' 1 lf, I ,X 0 i ,Q A l li' -N M4 Q X N ix 9 5? Pmfu W ad 318 Chi Psi Alpha Nu Established in 18771 FRATRES IN REGENTIBUS Stephen Mahoney Elmer Ii. Adams FRATRES IN FACCLTATE George E. Ricker Alexander Stone Frank C. Todd Williain Ii. Leonard FRATRES IN UNIYERSITATR Seniors Earl Daniel Jackson George Lewis Gillette Stewart Garfield Collins Louis Loren Collins Yuniors Charles Dudley Robinson John Benjamin Sanborn, Jr. Thorold Farrar Field Harry Sewall Mitchell Alan Gibbs Cary John Steele Abbott Sophomores George Edward Suflle Kenneth Taylor William Dawson, Jr. Freslamen I George Goodrich Byrnes Russell Platt Hastings Leslie Francis Carpenter Neil Matthew Muir COLLEGE or MEDICINE COLLEGE or LAW William Pitt Abbott Robert Tatlow Barnard 319 Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Pi Theta . Mu . Alpha . Phi . Epsilon . Chi . Psi Tau . Nu Iota . Rho Xi Alpha Delta Beta Delta Gamma Delta Delta Delta Epsilon Delta C hi P si Founded at Union College, 1841 CHAPTER ROLL 320 Union College Williams College Middlebury College . Wesleyan University . Hamilton College University of Nlichigan . Amherst College . Cornell University . . Wofford College . University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin . . Rutger's College Stevens Institute of Technology . University of Georgia . . Lehigh University Leland Stanford, Jr. University . University of California University of Chicago 'Y' s 0 Q u u 'Nm ' U Wap lg 1 2 :uma 336: - Emztar! I UIZCC1 E 137 gina Qfiilfl l-,Zi E7 QT: U isnfm " Q 'wma 4' dll , ' 215' 5 I lzfgya -IKCBII ,QLQDU 1 0553 11121 - I 0111420 f"lI"'lE 13 5421 sm ,mln K I"'1hx"g1 ,G-, itll! an "Engl 1.1 4 I. .nf o .'-' L ' ' ' '-A 1 a . ,E ' . , U, , .. fs 'GETS ff n? 31- gglfaw "L , ,gf V '.-- " "" 51" f'ff'a'f-J 'iF?'- , - "g if, S" "" " -W'ff""fa ji?-i5'.Q!7f1 Z3 . I fi 1499 O L I Q ll.: ' uL'll. In V xy -v I-1 -1 -- .-- . j :I V.:--'J Phi Delta Theta 321 wr fl 5 " a v g ' ' 5 E "K Moses Gibson Nlueller Andresen Nlathewson Thomas Parker Berger Herz Brown Peters Armstrong Zanner Teisberg Frisbee Flannery Bisbec Chase SQ A ' Q . 1' 'fl Q55 f 64 , .Qf ' ' 'S - 4 f Q , , WX. V Ji K UB lf, A I 1 ' A 'KV R 9 - f i on QQ NHS Q r" I .f 322 Phi Delta Theta Minnesota Alpha Chapter Eytzzbfblfed in 1881 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Conway lVlacMillan, M. A. Thomas B. Hartzell, D. M. D., Nl. D. Harry Snider, B. S. liverhardt P. Harding, bl. S., Ph. D. Thomas G. Lee, B. S., M. D. Williaxn H. Condit, B. A., M. D. George B. Frankforter, M. A., Ph. D. FRATRES IN UNlVERSlT,-XTE Seniorx VVillis Haseltine Frisbee Harry Clay Flannery Harry Hugh Thomas Dliver S. Andreson funiors Edward Cary Parker Elmer Bisbee James Harrington Armstrong Charles Bradley Gibson Frank Millspaugh Zanner Josiah Hook Chase Soplaamores Cyrus Snell Brown Frank Ray Moses LeRoy S. Peters Herbert Leslie Thompson Carl Benjamin Teisberg Frexhmen George Muller Fred L. Barragar Gregor Henry Herz Jewett Ross Mathewson Harold Jay Peck William Benjamin Hinkly 323 Phi Delta Theta Founded at Miami University, 1848 CHAPTER ROLL ALPHA PROVINCE McGill University Colby College Dartmouth College University of Vermont Williams College Amherst College Brown University Cornell University Union University Columbia University Syracuse University Lafayette College Pennsylvania College Washington and jefferson College Allegheny College Dickinson College University of Pennsylvania Lehigh University BETA PROVINCE University of Virginia Randolph-Macon College Washington and Lee University University of North Carolina Central University Kentucky State College Vanderbilt University University of the South DELTA PROVINCE Miami University Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio University Ohio State University Case School of Applied Science University of Cincinnati University of Michigan THETA PROVINCE University of California Leland Stanford Junior University University of Washington 324 GAMMA PROVINCE University of Georgia Emory College Mercer University Georgia School of Technology University of Alabama Alabama Polytechnic Institute EPSILON PROVINCE Indiana University Wabash College Butler College Franklin College Hanover College De Pauw University Purdue University ETA PROVINCE University of Mississippi Tulane University of Louisiana University of Texas Southwestern University ZETA PROVINCE Northwestern University University of Chicago Knox College Lombard College University of Illinois University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota Iowa Wesleyan University University of Iowa University of Missouri Westminster College Washington University University of Kansas University of Nebraska University of Colorado 'W S If 'ke j -aSS"a-w, i f 2 fu mn I 596 : alumnus - g U ECIQQ CJ 57333 QfL723ZO f:J U mf-1 U un .3 R Q uma, Q l ,d H151 5 l lfga -ill aa? l1TJ nz:w:mo LZIZCJ II3 UtIJtIJU !"lV'7fI3 Q JIJQ pn an 6145.1 .M Q M- EH-.JL...J 'I 'RF usb 111111 us, . x. .1 , .. , l,, v 5 2 . T 1 ' 5 0' li, 11' xukginw' 'tl 'ff' P - 'Jw -Sw 1'-M" A-f 1 ,M - ' 14,,... ..-. ., -ye-5-rs vig? ,-. 'wi - ' f- .' .'wlg.6,1. --. .... . - - - , Q '--- --- - -1 -. V 2 u .4 . ' : ,M -nm.-.. 1 O 1 A"A- --1- 5-1 " ' ff .- Delta au Delta ,, n KMA fl A b Pfifqf Q Q W' lll-5259 l i l ,, Parker lVlcGill Ribble Van Cleve Ballon Pond Botrenneld Fisher Hynes Hurolclson Rose Zierold Blitz McCartney Donglas Taplin Anderson Clark A .X . QQ , X, 9 f , . . x , X f' n L ' I A --- f, 1' : .X 1 3 f ir fi 'rs ,W f - sw , E x X , r- - - , I 5 4991 H N 1 -RX x W ? N 3 !i ggi K 5 K 4' .xi in . A aw X V9 E E Q I 326 Delta Tau Delta Beta Eta Chapter Esmbfislred in 1883 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Arthur Edwin Haynes, M. S., D. Sc. George Douglas Head, B. S., M. D. Williain Burchard Roberts, A. B., M. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSVFATE Senior Robert Baird Taplin ffuniory Frank Loring Fisher Elmer Barber McCartney Horatio Phillips Van Cleve Soplnamores Williani Anderson Rose Drake Bottenfield George Eldon Anderson Ralph Sylvester Blitz Wilsoli McGill Freslnmen VVilliam George Clark Ross Morris Parker COLLEGE OF LAW Hans Burger Haroldson Harold ,Barton Douglas COLLEGE OF MEDICINE John Eldon Hynes George Benjamin Ribble Harry Burchard Ballon Samuel Benjamin Pond COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY Arthur Adelbert Zierold 327 Lambda . Pi . Phi . . Beta Epsilon Omicron Beta Gamma Beta Eta Beta Kappa Pi . Beta Beta Beta Delta Epsilon . Zeta . Kappa Mu . Chi Alpha , Gamma Rho . Upsilon . Omega . Beta Alpha Beta Mu Delta Tau Delta . Vanderbilt University . University of Mississippi Washington-Lee University . . Emory College Founded at Bethany College, 1859 CHAPTER ROLL SOUTHERN D1vrs1oN Beta Theta Beta Iota . Beta Xi . Gamma Eta wEsTERN D1vis1oN Beta Tau . University of Iowa . University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota University of Colorado . Northwestern University Rho Leland Stanford, Jr., University Beta Upsilon Beta Omega . Gamma Alpha University of the South University of Virginia . Tulane University Columbian University University of Nebraska University of Illinois University of California University of .Chicago Gamma Beta Armour Institute ofTechnology Gamma Theta . NORTHERN DIVISION . Ohio University . Un versity of Michigan . Albion College . Adelbert College . Hillsdale College Ohio Wesleyan University . Kenyon College Beta Alpha . Beta Beta Beta Zeta Beta Phi . Beta Psi . Gamma Delta . EASTERN DIVISION . . Allegheny College Washington and Jefferson College Stevens Institute of Technology Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Pennsylvania . Lehigh University . TuRs College Beta Nu Beta Omicron Beta Chi . Gamma Gamma Gamma Epsilon Gamma Zeta 328 . Baker University Indiana University De Pauw University . Butler College Ohio State University . . Wabash College West Virginia University Massachusetts Institute of Technology . Cornell University Brown University . Dartmouth College . Columbia University Wesleyan University -Q H Q Q 5 mvais l Whig NL 9 'te f 2 :ummm Arima : Erma Ear- - M1115 cncijcg fzl 53:1 DCZIO CD Q Ulf? N133 Q I liff? M rm:ar:n 1 35351 L:1r:n:1 I IOIIILZIU 1 u Q E I rl am mln' Ax I N PI 43L.n...J fn, 0, f'.' '...1 4 s ' " 22 V in 0:-r ' 3 .: 2 " m 'F 'Q ' .' -A K' ' V-'XT' T' ,ali IH' ' J.: yu , , ff 'ff' y- f-rv, 4 e.-M30 ,gan -1- , all I-J' "WrA,.g.- ' 5 - ' ' Q ,, - .. "' 4-- h I x Q . . gg --- , ' '. . - 'H' 1 - 1 D L n f M., .L-..... . , .. ,.,' I - gl .. . J' ,x '? - -n z, f v ' gl, Phi Kappa Psi 9' 2 P19 , f pf 4 mg : in QNX 4 1 if ' u 0 Q ,. Q ' Reed Richards Craig Nlzmlev Putnam Pennock Mclmin Q Clapp Hugo 'Neusmdr Sheldon Brooks Jackson De Long Pam Lusk Hnsbrook Fairchild I X xx- X Cx- , v 1 I I. ,f Rif f . f Q " gg Q 01, IW' N WWW 54 Y xx T il Q U m m Q J 9 Phi Kappa Psi Beta Chapter Eyiablislzed in 1888 FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. C. Hickman, A. NI., LL. B. G. F. James, Ph. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorx Richard Storrs Pattee Paul Andros Brooks Walter Brooks Sheldon Edward McMaster Pennock jfuniars Myron Bangs Jackson Rene Trevanion Hugo Berthold Robert Neustadt Scott Hauxhurst De Long Rohert Ray Reed Sophomoref Frederick Warreii Putnam Charles Phillips Hashrook Gordon Mathew Craig Hamish Lauchlin McLaurin Frefbmen James Rollin Manley Charles Faulkner Lusk LAVV DEPARTMENT Harvey Spaulding Clapp John Ralph Nevers Mahlan Ward Richards MEDICAL DEPARTMENT William Stuart Frost 331 Phi Kappa Psi Founded at i7eyj'er.t0n College, 1852 CHAPTER ROLL Diftrirt Pennsylvania Alpha Washington and jeffer- son College Pennsylvania Beta Allegheny College Pennsylvania Gamma Bucknell University Pennsylvania Epsilon Gettysburg College Pennsylvania Zeta Dickinson College Dirtrift New Hampshire Alpha Massachusetts Alpha Rhode Island Alpha Dartmouth College Amherst College Brown University I. Pennsylvania Eta Theta Iota Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania II. New York Gamma New York Epsilon New York Zeta Kappa Franklin and Marshall College Lafayette College University of Pennsyl- vania Swarthmore College Columbia University Colgate University Brooklyn Polytechnic New York Alpha Cornell University Institute New York Beta Syracuse University Diftriet III. Maryland Alpha Johns Hopkins University West Virginia Alpha University of West Virginia Alpha University of Virginia Virginia Virginia Beta Washington and Lee Uni- Mississippi Alpha University of Mississippi versity Tennessee Delta Vanderbilt University Diflrift IV. Ohio Alpha Ohio Wesleyan University Indiana Delta Purdue University Ohio Beta Wittenberg College Illinois Alpha Northwestern University Ohio Delta University of Ohio Illinois Beta University of Chicago Indiana Alpha Indiana Beta DePauw University University of Indiana Diftrift Wisconsin Alpha University of Wisconsin Wisconsin Gamma Beloit College Minnesota Beta University of Minnesota Iowa Alpha University of Iowa 332 Michigan Alpha V. Kansas Alpha Nebraska Alpha California Beta California Gamma University of Michigan University of Kansas University of Nebraska Stanford University University of California DUI 5510 W9 is vu. 514, 2 ' m sa r f Claim! 59027411 A' as- n 11.2" UIIIDU ECQ Z QQ 95-3510 411 . . ' UQF7 :1395'W l lffya inns: I 99? 'IJ I UIICFSU S IIIIIJCI - I 5311510 l':'N'-Ti ww , ll ,u nsung .. , Imqfrmmpl 'f .'nf'3.' M511 'fl , 5 , ' 7 'f , -- Q . 5- ' 9097! 7 ,Lb Y'1!?'anQ"M'.4, , . .Yu an ' 1 few , Q 1 . 1 - ' "" "" ' .' ' . A. . 'I "" ""' " f 0 1 R ' ' - sigma hi em Q S ffl ". P P WU' 2 Q! W bu JM Neumann Knowlton Ricker NVitter Kane VValker Newgord Funk Kinnnrd Dunn Thorpe Coria Kiefbr Sainsbury Gilder Christie Jackson Wodrich Clapp Northrop Kurtzman . . . QQ . ,f P K ff X ' f 9 in " V N' 1 f i v 'Q J' 5- ,f 'f X , .-Ag A ' I ' is wi gi f I ' if X ' Wx D f f z --N.. - x '-X A e , , f X X 9 Q i Sigma Chi Alpha Sigma Chapter Efffzbfifbed 1838 IN FACULTATE VV. E. Brooke, M. A., B. C. E. FRATRES lN UNIVERSITATE Seniorf Michael Anselm Kiefer Leon Coria George Dart Crossette Chester Haynes Kinnard Waltoii VVillard Thorpe Yuniory Joseph Patrick Kane John VVilliam Dunn Charles Edward Sainsbury Sopbomores Richard Maurice Funck Emmett VVitter George Alden VValker Paul Starr Kurtzman Harry Newgord Freslvmen Conrad Allen Neumann Morris Wood Christie James Keirl Gilder Oscar Fredrick Wodrich Charles Freeman Jackson Herbert Hamilton Knowlton Max Wilcox Ricker Edwin Griflin Clapp VValdo Huntington Smith Edwin Bercele Northrop George Philip Newmeyer 335 Alpha . Beta . Gamma . Epsilon . Sigma Chi F ouniied at Miami University, 1855 CHAPTER ROLL . Miami University . University of Wooster Ohio Wesleyan University . Columbian University Zeta . Washington and Lee University Eta . . Theta . Kappa Lambda . Mu. Xi . Omigron Rho Phi Chi Psi . Omega . Alpha Alpha Alpha Beta Alpha Gamma Alpha Epsilon Alpha Zeta . Alpha Eta University of Mississippi Pennsylvania College Bucknell University . Indiana University . Denison University De Pauw University Dickinson College . Butler University Lafayette College . . Hanover College University of Virginia Northwestern University . . Hobart College University of California . Ohio State University University of Nebraska . . Beloit College Iowa State University Alpha Theta . Mass. Inst. of Technology Alpha Iota . Illinois Wesleyan University Alpha Lambda . University of Wisconsin Alpha Nu Alpha Xi . Alpha Omicron Alpha Pi . Alpha Rho Alpha Sigma Alpha Upsilon Alpha Phi Alpha Chi . Alpha Psi Alpha Omega Delta Delta Zeta Zeta . Zeta Psi Eta Eta . Theta Theta Kappa Kappa . University of Texas University of Kansas Tulane University . Albion College . Lehigh University University of Minnesota University of Southern Cal. . Cornell University Pennsylvania State College Vanderbilt University Leland Stanford, jr. Collego . Purdue University . . Centre College University of Cincinnatti . Dartmouth College University of Michigan . University of Illinois Lambda Lanbda . Kentucky State College Mu Mu . West Virginia University Nu Nu . . Columbia University Xi Xi . . Missouri State University Omicron Omicron . University oi' Chicago Rho Rho . . University of Maine Phi Phi . . University of Pennsylvania Tau Tau . . Washington University Upsilon Upsilon University of Washington ALUMNI CHAPTERS Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Denver, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Peoria, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, San Francisco, St. Louis, St. Paul-Minneapolis, Springfield, Ill., Washington, D. C. .up 5001 Wt 'Of 1' Q . -Z 3 wW'a X i i x 2 .ummm -MH : muses - g 0:1135 cycxcx t:-1 L53-,Cf-E gZ1'l?2 E .ll U N151 5 i ndia - -:::..-' g ,J 'EE?5i3 S l Oiilfill I-'-H1153 QQQG1 -ng mil., fl X blah J 51 QL,.lL..J an 'PF un: fl ',' L..w , . r Q 1 U 1 ff 4 , ' I ."' v N 2 . . ,Q , s- -12.12 5 .-:. :-fE1'.v.f- -'f- f gf , 5' -Q .' " 551- :o:,w.,ax:: arms? ' 'Q W '4'-X' " vi ' P475 , . gi .Ip 'L-V Qi - - , , Uif Mft.-'. Q. . . ' I 'Z '--- H- - c -0 WH - , ' - - .' . .4 u ' ' , I V ,r,. -.L-A-.--4-H 5' , 44 gr.: .f.f.:f'. Beta Theta Pi G-fm new 45- " 45 fr 2 L ea nn: V J y Campbell Powell, A. D. Sullwold Smith, C. N. Haynes Lyon lVIf:DoL1all Smith, R. H. Upson Van Dusen Henderson Hawes Schipper Koch Tomm Powell, F. Van Metre Hale Barnum Arnold Huff Larson Werner l o IQ If, r if A fri' ill" 5 ,Q as mb' E l .-l f' L 2 -. ,- ' l lv' 'Wi Q "' J f Beta Theta Pi Beta Pi Chapter Established in 1889 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Frank M. Anderson, M. A. Frank H. Constant, C. E. Edwin A. Jaggard, A. M., S. S. B. Charles F. Keyes, A. B. Edward E. Nicholson, M. A. Edward P. Sanford, B. A. Charles S. Sigerlfoos, Ph. D. Joseph W. Beech, B. A. Warreii D. Dennis, M. D. Judd U. Goodrich, M. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE , Seniorf Cyrus Paine Barnum Morris Le Roy Arnold VVilliam Hammond Hale j'uni0r.v Benjamin Long Hull' Alhert Charles Koch Carroll Ninde Smith Ray Howard Smith Harry David Lyon Sopizomores Edward M. Hawes Stuart McMillian Thompson Niles Gwen Werner, Jr. Ralph Fritz McDougall Frederick A. Larson Luther Eugene 'Ilomm Freslomen Ray English Campbell John Haynes Richard Gordon Henderson Archie 0. Powell, Jr. Frederick C. Powell Fred G. Schipper Herbert A. Sullwold George C. Van Dusen Ricker Van lNIetre SPECIAL Arthur Wheelock Upson 339 Kappa Upsilon Beta Eta Beta Iota Alpha Omega Mu Epsilon Phi Chi . Beta Sigma Beta Gamma Beta Delta Sigma . Beta Zeta Beta Theta Mu . Alpha Alpha Beta Epsilon Gamma . Alpha Sigma Alpha Chi . Phi . Alpha Upsilon Beta Chi Zeta . Eta Beta Omicron Phi Alpha . Epsilon . Beta Lambda Beta Omicron Alpha Beta Nu B e t a T h e t a P i Founded at Miami University, 1839 CHAPTER ROLL DISTRICT 1. DISTRICT II Brown Boston Maine . Amherst . Dartmouth W'esleyan . Yale Bowdoin Rutgers . Cornell . Stevens . St. Lawrence . Colgate . Union . Columbia . . Syracuse DISTRICT III. . Washington-Jefferson . Dickinson Johns Hopkins . Pennsylvania Pa. State College . . Lehigh DISTRICT IV. DISTRICT V Hampden-Sidney North Carolina Virginia . Davidson . Central . Vanderbilt . Texas DISTRICT VI. . Miami Cincinnati Beta . . Beta Kappa . Theta . Psi . . Alpha Gamma . Alpha Eta . Alpha Lambda . Beta Alpha . Theta Delta . Beta Psi . . Western Reserve . Ohio Ohio Wesleyan . Bethany . Wittenberg . Denison Wooster . Kenyon . Ohio State West Virginia DISTRICT VII. Delta . . De Pauw Pi . Indiana Tau Wabash Iota . . . Hanover DISTRICT VIII, Lambda , , Michigan . Knox Chi . , Beloit A1Ph21 BCIH . . . Iowa Lambda Rho , Chicago Alpha Epsilon , Iowa Wesleyan Alpha Pi , , Wisconsin Rho . Northwestern Beta Pi , , Minnesota Sigma Rho , , , Illinois DISTRICT IX, Alpha Iota , , , Washington Alpha Delta Westminster Alpha N11 . . Kansas Alpha Zeta , Denver Alpha Tau Nebraska Zeta Phi Missouri Beta Tau , , , Colorado DISTRICT , Omega .... California Lambda Sigma , , Beta Omega Leland Stanford Washington State lp Mn Q We fin www ,1 ig f Q 'gunman 19 .1111 - - 3 UL'I.lliE1 K: 311:33 -I R Ili DEZJLIIJO CD U Qt-'J U xw -W E -40.4 Q W X. - 4' N H131 --iw'-N 1 EB 'EI g?:,fI1U C3 I oczzo S :MDE CII DQIIIU Q JIJQ mm l'll II "U . if , 5 51 7, 1.l':i.v' Q55 V A -- W fe.: -- 'MKI I . v Q H gl lalfgl' .... .-.. V 1- - h . ,U-gt --- H- -- A u ' t 1' I ' D A lL lkl I muy- H4 X -Y I I .-,.. . , U ,,,.,,,,, m e ' ' "" 1 .TT 'aff' xl Jul... -'- 'L' Delta Kappa EPSIIOH 341 M Nyg'?,tf Q y. ' 3133 r 9 f EfQ wuQ,7 J Hunter Thayer Madison K1emerFreeman, C. Johnson Freeman, P. Glman Dougherty, L. Hamrnergougherty, E. Boeckmann Bracken Strachaucr J .X QQ I. p 2 ,' .fi ' . -.ga I I, ' xxx' I r ' N ni b-:fa 'F . 'N xg --- 5 Q j N ? N4 ig X N K xr , .X A A -. Q l, ' 1 'A' ' Q ' ,- rr r gf N'u'i Q JV .rf 342 Delta Kappa Epsilon Phi Epsilon Chapter Established in 1889 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Cyrus Northrop, LL. D. C. A. Savage, A. M. M. P. Vanderhorck, M. D. li. Abbott, M. D. C. L. Greene, M. D. H. P. Ritchie, M. D. Williaxii R. Hoag, C. lf. H. S. Abbott, B. L. Burnside Foster, Nl. A., Nl. D. A. B. Cates, M. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors Charles D. Freeman Louis li. Daugherty Edwin B. Daugherty Egil Boeckmann Carl Klemer jfuniors Ambrose L. Hammerel Hector Tripp Madison Soplzomores I David C. Shepard Clarence Freeman F. R. Hunter Freshmen Arthur C. Strachauer Nicholos Albert Gilman S. Grie Johnson Frank H. Brackett Whitman Thayer 343 Phi Theta Xi . Sigma Gamma Psi , Upsilon Chi Beta , Eta Kappa Lambda . Pi Iota , Alpha Alpha Omicron , Epsilon Rho Tau . Mu Nu , Beta Phi , Pei Chi Psi Phi . Gamma Phi Psi Omega Delta Chi Beta Chi , Phi Gamma Gamma Beta Theta Zeta Alpha Chi Phi Epsilon Sigma Tau Delta Delta Alpha Phi Tau Lambda Delta Kappa Tau Alpha Sigma Rho Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded at Tale Unifversi CHAPTER ROLL 344 U, 1844 , Yale University Bowdoin College , Colby University . Amherst College , Vanberbilt University University of Alabama . . Brown University , University of Mississippi University of North Carolina , University of Virginia , Miami University , , , Kenyon College . . Dartmouth College Central University of Kentucky , Middlebury College University of Michigan , Williams College Lafayette College , , Hamilton College . . Colgate University College of New York City University of Rochester , Rutgers College . . De Pauw University , Wesleyan University , Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute , , Cornell University , , Adelbert College Syracuse University , Columbia College , University of California , , , Trinity College . University of Minnesota Massachusetts Institute of Technology , , University of Chicago . . . University of Toronto , , Tulane University University of Pennsylvania , , McGill University . Stanford University 'n .'f" Q... Q 1 'Mfg r,-SVA f -3 4'- 1P 2 ful ml I A55-'I jj 2 mml'ls:nu'T- U i cg'-Jn: H 15" ivn l m-Elfal - mm ull 2511? EEEEEE IZ DIJCZU iii! QEl1'lf1Cl 5 Y3l"7 U Q vi QF! "NUI Ax fn I Agq f' I 1.1 th lim, . fe 5 - ' 1 ja v . g . ,. . . .15 T MT- Ve gp-' f T,-' , 2' -w Jw -'gmg lt:-' f-- - 1 I 5' S "' "" ' ' 1 . A ,Z , - In . , - . - , . H .- 5 . . . - - A ', " '--- H- , . 'M' " 4, . -3 - U., , ' G L '11 i - ,M .,,..,... .. .. 4- .- .. ff - 5 11 " A 1'f'F5-ff' Phi Gamma Delta 345 'Q "Lf Q f M elia Jw , Y 1 , , lVlagnussun Del ttnej' VY' etnn Foley Starrett Qhainlders Easton Choate Bocliinali Nye Wvooleri' O' Brien Fernald Hill Tuttle Kelly Nlrfiratli -lacolvsen, Ii. H. Tanner 'l2lL'ObSCl1, VV. Palnieter King i -Xi L X A 1 fl' M ai! " -ay V ' . ll A I lf kx sa A A I, W . xx-Xl' , S I I ' - IW' -N ' i f. 0 Q Xt ' NN jg f W 7 E 9 ii " 1 ' f 'i i West Q dl' 346 Phi Gamma Delta Mu Sigma Chapter Established in ISQO FRATER IN REGENTIBUS Samuel R. Van Sant FRATRES IN FACULTATE Charles Flint lVlcClumpha, Ph. D. Frank LeRond lVlcVey, Ph. D. George Frank Roberts, M. D. Edward Paris Burch, E. E. Robert Allen Campbell, lVl. D. john C. Brown, B. A. James Milton VValls, bfi. D. FR.-XTRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorf Frank Osborn Fernald Isaac VVatts Choate Francis Le Roy King XVilliam Henry McGrath Sigard Bockman funiars Mark Davis VVoolery NVinslow Clarke Chambers Wlalter Jacobsen John P. DeVaney Charles VVheeler Nye Leonard Harold Jacobsen Thomas Robson Kelly Edward Clarke O'Brien Soplzamares Dana hlagoon Easton Nathan Buckley Thurston William Weuiii Freshmen ' Clarence Leslie Tanner Charles VVarren Hill Edward Chamberlain Starrett Thomas Rodney Foley Charles Coleman Palmeter Paul Budd Magnusson 347 Phi Gamma Delta Founded zz! ffqffrson College, 1848 CHAPTER ROLL Alpha VVashington and jefierson University Theta . . . University of Alabama Lambda , De Pauvv University Nu , Bethel College Xi , Pennsylvania College Omicron , University of Virginia Pi , , Allegheny College Tau , , , Hanover College Upsilon , College of City ofNeu' York Psi ..,, Wabash College Omega , , Columbia University Alpha Deuteron lllinois VVesleyan University Beta Deuteron , , Roanoke College Gamma Deuteron , , Knox College Zeta Deuteron VVashington and Lee Uni- versity Theta Deuteron Ohio Wesleyan University Delta Deuteron , , Hampden-Sidney Zeta , , lndian State University Mu Deuteron , , Yale University Xi Deuteron , Vlvestern Reserve University Omicron Deuteron Ohio State University Delta Xi , University of California Beta . University of Pennsylvania Delta , , Bucknell University Pi Deuteron , University ot' Kansas Rho Deuteron l . Wooster University Sigma Delta , , Lafayette College Tau Deuteron , University of Texas Sigma Wittenberg College Alpha Phi , Lambda Deuteron Zeta Phi , , Theta Psi Beta Chi , , Gamma Phi , Kappa Nu , University of' Michigan , Denison University William Jewell College , Colgate College , Lehigh University Pennsylvania State College , Cornell University lota Mu Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology Pi lota , Worcester Polytechnic Institute Mu Sigma , University ol' Minnesota Kappa Tau , , University of Tennessee Rho Chi , Richmond College Beta Mu Johns Hopkins University Nu Epsilon , New York Univercity Alpha Chi , . Amherst College Tau Alpha Trinity College Chi , , , Union College Mu , University of Wisconsin Chi Iota University oflllinois Alpha Nu University ot' Nebraska Omega Mu , , University of Maine Xi Mu , , University of Missouri Sigma Tau , University of Washington Delta Nu , . Dartmouth College Sigma Nu , Syracuse University Pi Rho , , Brown University Chi Upsilon Lambda lota , Chicago University , Purdue University Alpha Lambda Leland Stanford University mf -"' Q Q wwe 3 ig i fi-P 2 gum!! 5:56: - mmnunc7 1 0:1133 j EEDCTI in DEZ1lI3O l:7 E7 Eli! I1 MTH' 5 I IAW j 7- -7 'EFELEJJ I l UL."1llCl ax 9 can sm Mdlilhx' 'J LTJKITCA mL.n...J 'V' o,'1 IA' ' .Hz . , , .. . f, 2 ' ' 1 ,w "' . g , ' 'Q ef' '. .. f 3' 'bw v ,a-- 51:3-mf' "- 1,.,:,, .',. 9 "" ,Q U-, , xJJf'..f, mfg: P V 1 5 " fs" Af F " 'I Y' ,3.:..'i9'f-Rlf- ix , gl 13455 QF . , 1 , - A : . ,, .- -.., ,,,. I, V Y- , - . U12 ---- --- A -'K u ' ' Z 1 4P,1 ' x.L'Au lx. -'x.-- pz -. 1 Delta Upsilon 3 f l fa J 'Kill lXY21lSUN1 Yucmans Easmn Lytzen I ,awton Hills Holcomb Nlillcr Barclay Lowe Haney O'Brien Barnett Fellows Broughton Mayxuard Gibbons Cullins, R. Glass Hocrger Gerrish Wfisel Charlas 4? n I I 1 ' df W l f 1 f L K - - ,,4 ' NX. ' " fl S20 r' A V. Ax dmv?-1 ui Q x, N. 45 Q -- N X K We-Q 'Q' jf XX lu ? -4 J f - hx mi f- H .' I A 1' 1 f 0- A , g 5 fi 1 i 'xx Q' ' ' S' K 9 0 ell Delta Upsilon lVIinnesota Chapter Esmbfislzed in 1890 FTRRACULES IN FA TATE Christopher VV. Hall, IVI. A. Jennings C. Litzenberg, B. S., IVI. D. John G. Moore, B. A. Earl R. Hare, B. S., IVI. D. Ialugene E. lVIcDermott, IVI. D. Oscar K. Richardson, B. S., IVI. D. Frank VV. Springer, E. E. FR.-ITRES IN UNIYERSITATE Seniors Richard Delos Collins Courtney Thomas Glass Benjamin George Hoerger Archibald Ray Gibbons Fred Robert Hill Yuniorr Marion Cragg VValston Walter William Lytzen Harry Eldon Gerrish Ralph Herbert Mitchell Soplzomares lVIyron Dustan Holcomb Harry Comegys Lawton John Marco Lowe Ned Easton John Humphrey lVlaynard George Ferdinand VVeisel Leslie Freeland Miller Frerlzmen Lawrence Firkins Broughton George Wordew Yeoman COLLEGE OF LAW' Fred Page Fellows Herbert John Charles John Roland VVare COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Arthur Nelson Collins, B. A. Claude Leonard Haney, B. A. Henry O'Brien Alexander Barclay, Jr. COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY Harvey Dwight Barnett 351 Delta Upsilon Founded at W illirzms Caflege, 15 341 Williams College Harvard University Union College University of Wiscoiisiii Hamilton College Lafayette College Amherst College Columbia University Adelbert College Lehigh University Colby University Tufts College Rochester University De Pauw University Middlebury University University of Pennsylvania Bowdoin College University of Minnesota Rutgers College Massachusetts-liistitute of Technology Brown University Swarthmore College Colgate University Leland Stanford, Jr., University University ofthe City of N. Y. University of California Cornell University McGill University Marietta College University of Nebraska Syracuse University University of' Toronto University of Michigan University of Chicago Northwestern University 352 1 0 P iss 0 vin' gy X Y., Q 1 'Mb 1 W1 5 ig i x f .-2 cumin: 5,25- n nnmnaniv i l UIQ IJCICI C-'J IJ" CEF:mf:1 DGDKIJO 17 U Ufii U ummm, 5 " I liff? ,ElB mr:u:1o liJ !:JfIJIIl 11 l l D220 7713 Ex i pmm 1 MMU' 'Ax' 'Q ,ag gJL.....J D VN ,H ,I All: lk HU, g a . 'A ff , To . A, 5 .ga-.5 5 37?-y.: pan- .-TL. 1 xr . . ,lu , . 5, ,funk-4 ITS,-'pf V A '7--- -,, -- Yf7'35'9!'f11'- . 5'-I I-45' mf?-.P ,M ,,,, Q , . . - ' -: .Q Q , " 1. . : '- U 1. ' ' Psi Upsilon --w JDJ ,,x . M, . x. 4 M91 g f K Q9 Kcnncdv, R, Brill Wvarner Thompson Smith U Lang Grant Kennedy, A. Swenson Cook VValker Robb Bass Ycrxa McDougall Teasdale Heine , R. .X QQ . p 0 P K . If A V Q 5 3 lx r LA ! J kk' W- we A E3 Q M ,WK Q54 H S 9 'wa Q JV 99 P s i U p s i l o n Mu Chapter Eymbliflzed in 1891 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Jabez Brooks F. S. jones John S. Clark Henry F. Nachtrieb john C. Hutchinson John C. Sweet Jas. B. Pike FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorf S. Thayer Bass Fugene F. VVz1rner joseph Thoinson j'uniar.f Dwight K. Yerxa A. D. VValker Sophomores Charles A. Lang Frank VV. Teasdale Freslznzen Kenneth G. Brill Roger E. Kennedy Harold G. Cook . A. M. McDougall VVilliam VV. Grant James A. Robb W. Harry Heine Harold B. Smith Augustus H. Kennedy Alfred M. Swenson 355 Theta Delta . Beta . Sigma . Gamma Zeta Lambda Kappa . Psi . Xi Upsilon Iota Phi . Pi Chi . Beta Beta Eta . Tau Mu . Rho Omega lfpsilon P si U p s i 1 o n Founded ai Union Coflege, 1833 ROLL OF CHAPTERS . . . . . H . Union College . New York University . Yale University . Brown University Amherst College Dartmouth College . Columbia University . Bowdoin College . Hamilton College . Wesleyan University University of Rochester . . Kenyon College University of' Michigan . Syracuse University . Cornell University . Trinity College . . Lehigh University . University of Pennsylvania . University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin University of Chicago University of California 356 iw" 'W' M 'M f g .2 QV' 5 nn R. ' maya S i ,bf 'usual 33029411 gig! I-1-. W ' gig, SCJ 11 Cili R QIIJCIJO CIJ E7 QF? '.:.':'.::q- w- ' H - - W 1 EEZ? CD UCL-.7130 11 IIJ I-N..l QQ-:IAQ M l hx 1 KE ,G1 Q QIill.....J 1 if 'WI' , , n , , . +4 A ' I f ,JE .. ' v 2 , E , , , iz.:-1 , .-17' If- fl" ' 'T-,Mx 2, g v 0 " '.,f, Sr- ' I up , . Q-J,'.':,r .,.'. ff N,-,, -Ha " ' 1-Q ,.. r . f Q- - 2 vi . -::-., G I . : - .. - S. . ' .K ,-.. ..- - 1 4-- ' 1 ' ' .U-2 f , , A b 5 . . . U L- . - ' ,f,. I U . 1' - 37055 ".. uN - YV ' ' Alpha Delta Phi 357 QS PAQ' M i s' tm 1' f 4 r W T?-2'-.fleffv 9425 Elsum Healey Fee Brown, M. Robb Wvoodward, H McRae pooncr Brown, G. Uiblvlc Fish Hall Dugan Aldrich Bradle- Blackwcll Pierce Robertson Reed Durand XVVOII VVilliams YVuodward, E. . K - CE f J .Vj P K 47x X4 L ' fl ' A . f f r f r f D 'Q J l , 6A . I jx! . X X, . Q f rw Q IK ' R 485 -1 P Q Y - X ,... jg N 'N X f wf f A N vw.. W Lf. B . 1 - .X N b 1 , 1. , 4 Y. I A " V M: 4' , If 1 X., 'A wks' XM I- L x u 'R' 1, r . .lx . '- f Q Q Q 0 F ' 353 X Alpha Delta Phi Nlinnesota Chapter Esfnblisbed in 1892 FR.-XTRES IN FACULTATE NVilliam Wlatts Folwell, LL. D. Amos VV. Abbott, lVl. D. VVilliam S. Pattee, LL. D. Harry L. YN'illiams, M. D. FRATRES IN LYNIVERSITATB Senior XFrank Flisha Reed t juniors NYalter Gordon Dibble Ernest Austin XVoodward Harry VV. Aldrich Archibald,VVright Robertson 'Joseph Alfred Pierce flames Von VVilliams, A. B. 'Hay lsaac Durand Sapbornorer Henry Knox Dougan Paul Lord Spooner Leland Edward Healy Fred Carroll Elston ,"Ralph Dawson Bradley akfiarfield WVilliam Brown Freshmen Horace Porter Fish VValter Clarence Robb Fdward Samuel Hall Ernest Franklin Fee Hiram Ross Blackwell Herbert Stan VVoodward Montreville Brown Harold George Taylor TEAM 359 Alpha Delta Phi Founded of Hamilton College, 1832 CHAPTER ROLL Hamilton . . . . Hamilton College Columbia Columbia College Yale . . Yale University Amherst . Amherst College Brunonian Brown University Harvard . Harvard College Hudson . Adelhert College Bowdoin . . Bowdoin College Dartmouth Dartmouth College Peninsular University of Michigan Rochester . University of Rochester Willianis . . . Williaiiis College Manhattan . College of the City of New York Middletown . . VVesleyan University Kenyon . . Kenyon College Union Union College Cornell . . Cornell University Phi Kappa . . 'llrinity College johns Hopkins . Johns Hopkins University Minnesota . University of Minnesota Toronto University of Toronto Chicago . University of Chicago McGill . . McGill University VVisconsin . University of Wiscoiisiii 360 QVIO 'Q von f-:Wa 4 i 59 Q 1,11 his-'n u li1 mimics: - - UCjC:jU-.- Ilili lj Lili! 5QW .ll Qf?.DiU C, U U71 P ,L Q ima E U 1 1.155 Q I melfal 'Eff gs l'-IJ I oc:w:mo 1 f LIJCJIII K:l DIlliG s:zc:Jc:.a Ehwvlwl Bl I-1111.1 bk ,Q mg UL.M.J an 'Q' nm: 1, All r L Hx , .3 .H H 3 ' ffls .-ff' 'F . 1 f H cj, ' .. ' .- -N .elm 2 :F. .,i-bp-lltn. 1 -.jg U -Q-:f ' .A f-- -,SH WGN -. 3 C'-fir: -,::-.QM-W-t m--.A -.M-fm -fw- 'm'. .v - . I 'X' ff .., ., Q ,uw , 5 1 , 2 Q U , 4-- --- - ' ' , -. " "" "- ' f - . - 1 . ' . ' . ' 3 U L. L ,1,. -xx.nx.-.. - - -V .Ll ,J-.1 I. ,un . 3 1 -- . .1 IN . Theta Delta Chi 61 i f -f f Pfgfqr Fqaw M y 4 g.d ':.-4 9241 IXTHIHCI' H HIIIICY IAICC CT' Cflllklllll A " Zifllll HH U21 XX r - FI I H Nl lx l H ' 'Cvvitt vc s iwitts Wvclvster frsfbld Dccrin Bramrm Ncwcuml I ll H 1 ll g Imuh, fldon l'f.ClI1NJI'IClm Barroxw Pugh, Hugh lxdlb N .uxu Barmm Q 0 J 97' HV , f w fi fx - ,f y I Q i g EF f y, W- if gg , Q , 02 Theta Delta Chi Tau Deuteron Charge Eslzzblixfzed in 1892 FRATRES lN FACULTATE Soren P. Rees, B. A., Nl. D. Geo. H. Johnston, B. A., Ph. D. A. lVl. VVebster, B. S. FRATRES IN UNIYERSITATE Seniarf R. Launcelot Tebbitt Roy Martin Frank Norman Edmunds Hugh E. Leach Albert Raymond Varco VVilliam C. Deering Yuniors Helon lf.. Leach Albert S. Newcomb Berton Branton Earle M. Barrows Sapbomorer Laurel L. Kells Harry Bartron Ifrexlzmen George Harvey Tyler George Kremer Earl D. Luce Eugence C. Kimball Earl W. Huntley Alvin C. Herrmann COLLEGE OF LAVV Homer D. VVells James B. lrsfeld 363 Theta Delta Chi Beta , Gamma Deuteron Delta Deuteron Zeta , Zeta Deuteron lrita , lota , Iota Deuteron Kappa , Lambda , Mu Deuteron Nu Deuteron Xi . . . Omicron Deuteron Pi Deuteron , Rho Deuteron Sigma Deuteron Tau Deuteron , Phi Ch' 1 . . Chi Deuteron , Psi Pita Deuteron Founded at Union Callege, 1848 CHARGE ROLL , College o Cornell University University of Michigaii University of California , Brown University lVlcGill University , Bowdoin College Harvard University Willianis College , Tufts College , Boston University , Amherst College , Lehigh University , Hobart College , Dartmouth College fthe City of New York Columbia University Wiscoiisin University Nlinnesota University Lafayette College University of Rochester Columbia University , Hamilton College , , Leland Stanford University 364 0 My " Q ww Q GDNQ1, 15 S f 2 gunman 526- I ljj masse ULZJSU KI ll! 55:1 Ill DEFJIO S U U71 1 5 2-:3W.",9' l l-SQA ! 531 EEE: I l UlI'.liU V573 Q VIJQ UM MV' 1 ll! 'Ax If Ul..lL...J 'Wa 1 fan! HQ, O .. . ,KL Q S S ' J: .H l' 2- f ' ? AF- "i 1 3-: .4 . sf ' "" Y' Qff"3s.' -g.' .. W.. -, 'Q-,Q v- ---- - , ig: - .. ':-:?+- ng . '. " 6.9455 .-.-1451 13 . 1 Q ' . . U ., . H zz ' ,f,. -.L-.-.-.. ..... . 11 - .1 , . ..- . '1 -.all W fx -, f ",,-5,4 Zeta Psi ' E ' Q 01 ,X A - 45 ,ls i - I 'A' f . C bQ "uQ,'7 Nlycrs Harsh Dlones Sanborn Ap Roberts Thclan Rickard Verge XVil1fbrd Lawrence Anderson Barnard Bunce Davies ,Iardinc Simmon Furbcr Peck Heinert Marvin Vlohnson 0' Brien Rcxfbrd fir N , 0 I 07' -', f 3, Q we 31 A LQ , f 4 2 K 5 Q - X eg if BN B f QB W9 'H Ex Q f 7 9 gui Q JV 993 Zeta Psi Alpha Beta Chapter Esmbfislzed in 1899 FRATRES IN FACULTATE john Day Smith, M. A., LL. M. Henry M. Staples, A. M., M. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors George VVarren Harsh john Nicholas Thelan Truman Elwell Rickard Walter Lavender Verge Otto Nelson Davies Yuniors Don Cameron Anderson Karl Albert Simmon Gwilym loan ap Roberts John Alexander Jardine George VVillcox Barnard Sopbomores Arthur Robert VVillford Charles McLaren Lawrence Paul Fay Bunce Freslnfnen Claude Rawclifle Marvin john Clinton Johnson Frank Harvey Hainest, jr. liarl Arthur Peck COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Courtland Rockwell Sanborn Elmer Mendelssohn jones Luther Addison Turner Rexford Pos! Graduates Edward James O'Brien Raymond Horace Myers bpecials Norman Leslie Newhall Angier Garfield Furber 367 Zeta Psi Founded at New fork Unifuersigy, 18,17 CHAPTER ROLL Phi . . . New York University Zeta . Williams College Delta . . Rutgers College Sigma . University of Pennsylvania Chi . . Colby University Pipsilon Brown University Kappa . Tufts College Tau . . Lafayette College Upsilon . University of North Carolina Xi . . University of Michigan Lambda . Bowdoin College Beta University of Virginia Psi . Cornell University lota University of California Theta Xi Toronto University Alpha . Columbia University Alpha Psi . . . . McGill University Nu , Case School of Applied Sciences Eta , . . , Yale University Mu . Stanford University Alpha Beta . University of lVlinnesota 368 UU 'S 'ht f-.-Wa, i 19 Qufmmnrz 59 17111 l l Q- E310 nnzzci l::J:1c:x K:-J 6:1233 L-lying DIIIKTO CIJ U Wi 'W SQOQ ll !un"m Q 1 "uf P i ' T'.214w'aF' I lia "",.1T'..?' 35151551 C3 I oc:1r:m0 3 I IIIZCI CII DKIICIIU Q A-.J UP 'HI-mm x A . 'N HI? 1 P' I 1, ,L .M . Q " ' Q1 ' Q . ,E DQ .. , , 2 Exif..-A --1' 1.,:.:s,, I' 3, ' 'uf mf' fy, Q' .a M we M -- eff ,T 1 .Q . b . . , 1 . . -i ,, . .. - . ' ' 5 ' . ' : D ' 1 ' ,,,, .L-M... ,. ., L.. 3 . ' ' 'f U 'll'f.':.l fn" " F ' ' ' 'XR 'fl' Kappa Sigma j6f', ' f i lm QW go B ' 5 JB! johnson Dougherty Noyes Shay Daly Griggs, R, l,, Randall, VV, Gochrs Ballard Morris Hoflinan Randall, C, Griggs, H. Browne Peterson Beagle Barney Finley Burxvell Kingsley av A g 0 , f' fl' If 442' R561 ? Bi 'F ' Q' Y x . QQ' gf dd' GX' , f , ev W fr 370 K a p p a S i g m a Beta Mu Chapter Established in 1901 FRATRES IN UNIVERSIT.-XTR Seniors Williaiii H. Shea VVill L. Horlinan O. Harold Griggs Harry C. Barney Charles D. Beagle .lanies A. Ballard Edgar L. Noyes jfuniors Henry W. Goehrs Williaiii R. Morris -I. Edward Finley Gustave Daley Clarence B. Randall Harry D. Peterson j. O. Elmer johnson Saplzomores Fred VV. Burwell Paul F. Browne Freslomefz Richard L. Griggs Ward H. Randall Royal Kingsley Bertine Daugherty 371 Kappa Sigma Founded al ine University WF Virginia, 1867 CHAPTER ROLL DISTRICT 1. Psi . . University of Maine Alpha Rho , Bowdoin College Alpha Lambda University of Vermont Beta Alpha , Brown University Beta Kappa New Hampshire College Alpha Alpha Pi . Alpha Delta Alpha Eta , Alpha Epsilon Alpha Kappa DISTRICT II. , University of Maryland , , Swarthmore College Pennsylvania State College , Columbia University University ot' Pennsylvania , , Cornell University Alpha Phi , Bucknell University Beta Delta Wash, and Jefferson College Beta Iota , Lehigh University Beta Pi , , , Dickinson College n1s'rR1c'r III. Delta , , Davidson College Upsilon Hampden-Sidney College Zeta , University of Virginia Eta . Randolph-Macon College Nu , , VVilliam and Mary College Beta Beta , , Richmond College Eta Prime , , Trinity College Alpha Mu University of North Carolina Beta Upsilon North Carolina A. 81 M. College n1s'rR1cT IV. Beta , University of Alabama Alpha Beta , , Mercer University Alpha Nu , Wolford College Alpha Tau Georgia School of Technology Beta Eta Alabama Polytechnic Institute Beta Lambda , University of Georgia DISTRICT v. Theta , Cumberland University Kappa , , Vanderbilt University 2 Lambda , , University of Tennessee Phi Southwestern Presbyterian University Omega , , University of the South Alpha Theta Southwestern Baptist University Beta N11 , Alpha Upsilon Gamma , Epsilon , Iota , Sigma Tau , Xi . Alpha Psi , Alpha Omega Beta Gamma Beta Omicron Beta Sigma . Beta Tau Beta Chi , Chi . Alpha Gamma Alpha Zeta , Beta Theta Alpha Pi . Alpha Sig111a Alpha Chi . Beta Epsilon Beta Mu . Beta Rho , Beta , Kentucky State College n1sTR1c'r v1. , , Millsaps College Louisiana State University , Centenary College , Southwestern University , Tulane University , University ot' Texas D1sTR1c'r VII. , University ol'Arkansas University of Nebraska , William Jewell College Missouri State University , , University of Denver , Washington University , , Baker University Missouri School of' Mines DISTRICT VIII. , Purdue University , University ot' Illinois . University of Michigan University oflndiana , , Wabash College , Ohio State University , Lake Forest University , University of Wisconsin , University of Minnesota , University of Iowa Phi Case School of Applied Sciences DISTRICT IX, Beta Zeta Leland Stanford, jr. University Xi . Beta Beta , University of California , University of Washington UU ma x .. mvaig fin I 91 F3 ggngxumlll 393 1 13107: - l l M118 lilili LEJZJCI 1 lil DEZZHIIO LZJ U YDFQQ Nsufm Q ,mb 3 Q H 2 Big' x 1 iw' - Maman 1 mm:r:Jo 1:1 9-5:':'?1 - IJIZZ - I D210 Q JC1 an A l1'll"'1lIJ ,avq xwung lF'l'l,l ' ' M 1' . 1 5351" . ' 7 R Q Q. 1 ' E- -,alfa-gg. . Qi Q - - ng - 4 -- Elin l -'x" f.. . I . u l-xxx: 'Quill Slgma Alpha psllon 373 'Y PJMPE g t ,gwi 0 lv- ig, ' '1 W Y' if K ml aiiz Ml llensel Mzllaiial Bond Smith, C. S. Smith, A. lf. Dunn Keller McKay Merrit, S. Kingstnn Corsman Stone MeConn -lutison Baldwin I lgcrton Ev XKvl1lUI'lblI1 Lund W ll Merriam I gl i Mackell Strang Nlelxnxght Stevens Merritt, l All y Pratt Hyde I x ' 'X S I ,X x fi 5 "I K 4" A ' f A ,, l 1' 1 K t -t -S J 1 6. , . f ' it X- S R9 . 1 9 'LN f L A' Ax -Q Q IW' it N ew if Y - 0 x 'N if-4 i H Q f N 'N X F' f Z S' f 'QC M tx, N ' yi . l ,. . I " , Y fx ' - -- 4 z 1 If I -- 1 lx x Ax-I x H ik. , r . Q Q Q " J 74 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Minnesota Alpha Chapter Established in 1902 POST GRADUATE Charles Maxwell McConn FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors Lucien Merritt Merton Stephen Kingston George Hartwell Stone Clarence Nlaland funiorf Robert Stanley Merriam Charles Norton Hensel Albert Guy Alley Chelsea Carrol Pratt Harry Sinclair McKay Orrin Edwin Martin Keller Frederick VValter Stevens Luther Oakes VVhitman Arthur Edward Smith Soploomaref George Watson VVallace Andrew Paul Dunn Axel Borg Lund Bainbridge William Foster Harrold Harvey Bond Henry C. Mackall Freshmen Lawrence Percy Hyde Thomas Andrus Merritt VVilliam Erastus Judson Erastus Ralph Edgerton Clarke S. Smith George S. Langland John H. Maelinight David Montigue Strang COLLEGE OF LAW' Maurice Vaughn Evans Charles Nye Crossman UNCLASSED Ralph Harvey Baldwin 375 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded ai Unifversizy Wfdlabama, 1856 CHAPTER ROLL PROVINCE ALPHA Maine Alpha . . University of' Maine Massachusetts Delta Worcester Polytechnic Institute Massachusetts Gamma Harvard University Massachusetts Beta Upsilon Boston Uni- versity Massachusetts Iota Tau Mass. Institute of' Technology PROVINCE BETA New York Alpha . Cornell University New York Mu . . Columbia University New York Sigma Phi St. Stephens College Pennsylvania Omega . Alleghany College Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Dickinson College Pennsylvania Alpha Zeta Pennsylvania State College Pennsylvania Zeta . . Bucknell University Pennsylvania Delta . Gettysburg College Pennsylvania Theta . University of' Penn. PROVINCE GAMMA Virginia Omicron University of'Virginia Virginia Sigma VVashington and Lee Uni- versity North Carolina Xi . University of' North Carolina North Carolina Theta Davidson College South Carolina Gamma Wofford College PROVINCE DELTA Michigan Iota Beta University of' Michigan Michigan Alpha . . . Adrian College Ohio Sigma . . . lNIount Union College Ohio Delta . Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio Epsilon . University of Cincinnati . Ohio State University . . Franklin College . . . Purdue University Ohio Theta . Indiana Alpha . Indiana Beta . Illinois Psi Omega Northwestern University Illinois Beta . Illinois Theta . . . University of' Illinois . University ofi Chicago Minnesota Alpha University of Minnesota Wisconsin Alpha University of' Wisconsin PROVINCE EPSILON Georgia Beta . . University of' Georgia Georgia Psi . . . Mercer University Georgia Epsilon . . . Emory College Georgia Phi Georgia School of' Technology Alabama Iota . . . Southern University Alabama Mu . . University of Alabama Alabama Alpha Mu Alabama Polytechnic Institute PROVINCE ZETA Missouri Alpha . . University of Missouri Missouri Beta . . Washington University Nebraska Lambda Pi University of Nebraska Arkansas Alpha Upsilon University of' Ar- kansas Kansas Alpha . . University of' Kansas Pnovmca ETA Colorado Chi . . University of Colorado Colorado Zeta . . Denver University Colorado Lambda Colorado School of'Mines California Alpha Leland Stanford, jr., University California Beta University of' California PROVINCE THETA Louisiana Epsilon Louisiana State University Louisiana Tau Upsilon Tulane University Mississippi Gamma University of Mississippi Texas Rho . . . University of' Texas PROVINCE IOTA Kentucky Kappa . . Central University Kentucky Iota .... Bethel College Kentucky Epsilon Kentucky State College Tennessee Zeta Southwestern Presbyterian University Tennessee Lambda Cumberland University Tennessee Nu . . Vanderbilt University Tennessee Kappa University of4Tennessec Tennessee Omega University of' the South Tennessee Eta Southwestern Baptist Uni- versity ll QU!! 'Nw ' 'Phi V x a H9 0 06 -3 5 F x 'M':3ZL'.T'.: wil l ml ma QNE71 1 USCG n u 'EEE Ziyi! ll. 9133530 I C3 ' , " M Q Eli! 3 lf, 9 1 5' Q' u 3f9i - -EHR P52233 - ?:L?ES III UCIIIIIU 3111113 I3 um W?" M - fn. , -ni U " ' WW :wh !"',' ' ll' 2.511 . . . . . H A . ' , N- lx- J' N30 E . ' Qf f' t"'4 .'4Q 2' 1' X? ' 53:2 ' 4'2" "5X"."w M' 4,-'gqlsut . , we-fwr 'wwiwwn "'-- , - . I X '- ' A,af4.'.'l . ' -5 51 - - V V Q H I. -... ...- 1 - A U' - . I U I '--- "- - -I . . I . , . . ' - 5. ' . ' 3 ll XLHK I Alpha HU mega elm , ple, fi-X New "4 In y ' :jg m a - , Q w b 5 l 7 if Boyd Alexander Todd Nelson Bzzzille Dorf Oppenheimer Ladd Vlvilliams Strathcrn Covey Miles Taylor -lorgcnsou Campbell Rider Veldcy Poppc Thompson Dicsfm 1 'N 'xA Q ,' 0 -'x 9 ' J 4 as A I W A xx xx- l A 1 W - V l' . 'Wg f A 3 P4351 Q N ,Q X XX W xx W A E .A l f ' X I 591-37. K Q w Y g i wg, QQ " ' , !' f, . . -- I 9 " 1 f l 94 N'u 'i Q J H 1 78 H l Alpha Tau Cmega Gamma Nu Chapter Esmbfislzm' in 1902 FRATER IN FACULTATE sl. L. Rothrock, A. B., A. M., lVl. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSVFATE Seniors Frederick A. Alexander William Sumner Covey Don Dulfvello Rider 'lledlef A. Veldey lVloses Lane Strathern Ohert lfllmer Dieson Frederick Harold Poppe William Henry Gppenheimer Yuniorx George Andrew Nelson VVilliam C. Streissguth Louis jorgenson James Burdick Ladd Willard lieles 'llhompson Lewis P. Campbell Soplzomoref VVilliam Gray Dorr Carleton VVhight Miles Carl Von Fredrich Taylor Fresbnzen VValter john Williams Leon lVlorelle Boyd Chester Arthur Bazille Ray W. Todd 319 Alpha Tau Omega Founded at Richmond, Virginia, 1865 CHAPTER ROLL PROVINCE 1. Alabama Alpha Epsilon A. and M. College Alabama Beta Beta . Southern University Alabama Beta Delta University of Alabama Georgia Alpha Beta University of Georgia Georgia Alpha Theta . Emory College Georgia Alpha Zeta . Mercer University Georgia Beta Iota . School of Technology PROVINCE 11. California Gamma Iota University of Cali- fornia Colorado Gamma Lambda University of Colorado Louisiana Beta Epsilon Tulane University Texas Gamma Eta - University of' Texas PROVINCE 111. Illinois Gamma Zeta University of Illinois Indiana Gamma Gamma Polytechnic Insti- ture Michigan Alpha Mu . . Adrian College Michigan Beta Kappa . Hillsdale College Michigan Beta Omicron . Albion College Nebraska Gamma Theta University of Neb- vkovirzca v. New York Alpha Omicron St. Lawrence University New York Alpha Lambda Columbia Uni- versity New York Beta Theta Cornell University Pennsylvania Alpha Upsilon Pennsylvania College Pennsylvania Alpha Iota Muhlenburg College Pennsylvania Alpha Pi W. and College Pennsylvania Tau University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Alpha Rho Lehigh University PROVINCE VI. North Carolina Alpha Delta University of North Carolina North Carolina Xi . . Trinity College South Carolina Beta Xi College of Charles- ton Virginia Delta . . University ofVirginia PROVINCE v11. Ohio Alpha Nu . . Mt. Union College Ohio Alpha Psi . . . Wittenburg College Ohio Beta Eta . Wesleyan University Ohio Beta Mu . . . Wooster University faska Ohio Beta Omega . . State University , . . . . Kansas Gamma Mu University of Kansas Qhlo Gamma Kappa Western Reserve Minnesota Gamma Nu University of Minn- University esota PROVINCE VIII. PROVINCE IV- Tennessee Alpha Tau Southwestern Presby- Maine Beta Upsilon University of Maine terian University Maine Gamma Al ha . . Colb Colle e Tennessee Beta Pi Vanderbilt Universit P Y 3 Y Massachusetts Gamma Beta Tufts College Tennessee Beta Tau Southwestern Baptist Rhode Island Gamma Delta Brown Uni- Umvefslfy versity Tennessee Omega University ofthe South Vermont Beta Zeta University of Vermont 38 O Tennessee Pi . . University ofTennessee I A LIST OF THE SORORITIES cz! fbe University of Minnesota in the order of the establish- ment of the Local Chapters Kappa Kappa Gamma, I88O Alpha Phi, 1890 Delta Gamma, 1881 Delta Delta Delta, 1894 Kappa Alpha Theta, 1889 Gamma Phi Beta, 1902 Pi Beta Pi, 1890-1898 Sigma Alpha Delta, 1896, local 382 'ru Q Q W 5 ggk':Ill2a P llll:r?:' 1 3 4, ' 'nn mmm 'f4'a'!?'f11 MM .: mil mm me - - Ulll.-JU 1 Iilil tj EESESIIUI DKIZTIKTO I 5 UC? 8 a:m:35'."W9' I lfya "::: ' - l .1 RQ il I 1:13:50 1 133:15 I l 021110 1 1 FLHTG3 Q QJQ. F 3 ul' 1 I axq igrxfl . sw, me v ' - :PE ,,. I. fi:-wp , - ' Q' " 'ff-'Q ' 1 A 1' -f4.f,afg -MM ,' I. . i -. - .I n . 'y 1 0 T?5LL 'fwUmm appa Kappa amma 383 FG. h Qevsff , QPR "'4 A rx ' ,x' VR- X Ng f l v lk , Q l K 5 E "K Brow I1 Bullard, M, Brierley VVclr Burlwridge Y Lawre Imn' e Hill lvlorgan Hills Blalqeley he llll edy Parrerson csum-kd clark 5 25 0 'Q rf x 1 ,59 93 x C 9 N A i f y mg V- gg ' Q Q "' dy ,i ' 34 Kappa Kappa Gamma Chi Chapter Established in 1880 SOROR IN FACULTATE Hope McDonald SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors Helen Pauline Burbridge Sue Allen VVeir funiorf Kathleen Elizabeth Gunekel Helen Clarke Helen Jeanette Patterson Helene Kennedy Sophomore: Mary Wyxnan Lawrence Marjorie Louise Bullard Freshmen Bonnie Eleanor Blakeley Helen Hill Harriet Hamilton Brearley Isabelle Marion Hills Hazel Brown Mary Brownson Morgan 335 Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded ez! Monmouth College, 1870 CHAPTER ROLL ALPHA PROVINCE Phi , ,,,, Boston University Beta , , Barnard College Psi , , , Cornell University Beta Tau , Syracuse University Beta Alpha . University of Pennsylvania Beta Iota ,,,, Swarthmore College Gamma Rho ,,,, Allegheny College BETA PROVINCE Lambda . . . . Buchtel College Beta Gamma . Wooster University Beta Nu Qhio State University Beta Delta University of lVliChigan Xi . ..... Adrian College Kappa . ...... Hillsdale College GAMMA PROVINCE Delta . .... lndiana State University lota ..... DePauw University Mu . . . Butler College Eta . . University Of'VVisconsin Beta Lambda . University of Illinois Upsilon .... Northwestern University Epsilon . . . Illinois VVesleyan University DELTA PROVINCE Chi . .... University of Nlinnesota Beta Zeta . Iowa State University Theta . . Missouri State University Sigma Nebraska State University Omega . Kansas State University Beta Mu Colorado State University Beta Xi . . Texas State University Pi . . . University of California Beta Eta . Leland Stanford, Jr., University 386 aww- """ Q Q'-'M 4' 14 v -4 Wai g 5 i C' 1 2 fum!! I kim: - ! Business tj Ulflcjlj ECM7-I CB :Z cgcnw R QLIZHDQ CD 5 UK-1 U p-mm mls' 'Aix' 'J H551 Q u ne! -- EI J CZ NQQ C tI1 oc::.1F-gn mz..1QS3 QKQ mn HRA , :ln 'L nm , fr V5 , Fi K , , . ,- 'S 'GETS 241- "2!5'n-' ""-5 f J. , . ,. . 5, M, -5, sv. -.1 W? "' . I-Ffh' fi:-Q.. , . A" -ff '-,..w-1542. -35.530 'gui 11 . it ,91- .... W.. - ' A .I . 'I ---- '-- - -l . - I ' .U4 f ' Q. ,ld .,.A.nu tn. - u ,v4- V Delta Gamma Q7 9' 'N P' 9 fm Q 6 l 53551, .1 'I Y Vir , 1 K5 e .1 fi fl r li ' m , l l E Foulke Smith,H, Moore Barnes Linder Steele Dickenson Stilwell S1nith,I., Roeluvoocl Sehuvler Hollinshead Benn Yan Ber en, M, Stinehfield, N . E Hrkman Frost Y Bcrgen,H. Stinelifield,lVl, Wveitzel McClure Tennant Rosholt X P' Q x ' f A ,, f f f t ,f tt 4 I E 'I roi! 9 J' W it ff Lf. ig e M ea ' i f i ft iso 9 - iq r t Q D e l t a G a m m a Lambda Chapter Esmblhlaed in 1882 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Nelle May Stinchfield Alice Annette Beau Lois Agnes Tennant Lillian Mae Smith Seniors Yunior: Elsie A. Foulke Lillian Ruth Rosholt Cornelia Hollinshead Margaret Phipps Van Bergen Sophomore: Florence A. Dickinson Helen Maude Smith Harriet Bushnell Van Bergen Lucretia Steele Freshmen Lotta E. Linder Minnie Stinchiield Helen Berkman Grace Beatrice Weitzel Jault McClure Ethel Rockwood Florence T. Schuyler Marie Barnes Harriet Moore Sperm! Grace Stilwell 330 Delta Gamma Founded ez! Warren Female Imfiiule, 1872 CHAPTER ROLL Alpha . . . Mt. Union College Beta University of Washingtoii Zeta . . Albion College lita , ' Buchtel College 'llheta , University of lndiana Kappa , University of Nebraska Lambda , University of' Minnesota Xi , University of Michigan Rho University of Syracuse Sigma Northwestern University 'llau , , University of lowa Upsilon Leland Stanford University Phi University of Colorado Chi . . Cornell University Psi . VVoman,s College of Baltimore Omega , University of Wisconsiii Lambda Nu Alumnae Minneapolis, Minn. Kappa Theta Alumnae Lincoln, Neb. Psi Gmecron Alumnae . Baltimore, Md. 390 Woe ig V6 " 1 s 5 N511 E26 1 :IS-1 m:c:r:l 5552 521 KEIDII Qc:::ur3rJ c:J -'x.- V E7 QIZI Y " ' 1 10' "W l leifa if t: 'mc:c:0 F3433 li'-3 0111210 KIIHICJ 111 0411430 Q ficai 'mf - - IV . ' -K 3" '.m'.'Q.f. . gmnfur-1133 ' E 3 1 -A ' A f' fmf ' If M541 ,'-' 5 ,' ' ' ff at SQ! . V. - ., 'Of ', 2 46:3 Y e 115' NMA H' 'ij A lg 'Ag Q, , , ln url. ,Sv Q'-5.5, Gif? . 'ii ii if - " ,Ng "" gp 5519333 33: ,BQ ' V. A Q' 1 .ff Sw:- "" "" up .' ' . l. A--- --- - 1 '. . - 'F 1 , . E, D L ' T I! . Kappa Alpha Theta "Sv PAQ' m ais? Jw '- ialwnrdli 5+ 'bl 'X,'37L fill Jones Shannon Broom VVatson Kinyon Leonard, R. Vidger Lamphere, A. Haynes Higgenbotham Bremer Pfhfe Aldrich Stanford Leonard, E. Pennock Parker Thornas Scripture La1nphere,E, K H r I ' I pl 6 -- f, I,-f g : f -. 'Y gf 6. , .f ' ,N r 9 rfb f A A ew Q, IK ' e fW"1 if Y f ,N X xx' rg A-H ple N N- if iQ . ' . XN Q '-X kg ' r f i f or Q31 IX. 1. 7 - um e Q e JF 302 Kappa Alpha Theta Upsilon Chapter Eflablislaed in 1890 SO RO RES lN FACULTATE Catharine Comfort Anna GL1tl1ri6 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors Harriet Watson Ruth Leonard Helen Aldrich Edna Kinyon Ruth Haynes Harriet Shannon Edna Broom Helen Stanford Helen Pfatl' Josephine Thomas j'1miar.v Soplzomoref Florence Parker Freshmen Clara Vidger 393 Blanche Higginhotham Bessie Scripture Eugenie Lamphere Catherine B rewer Adelaide Lamphere Perrie Jones Alma Pennock Emily Leonard Iota . Lambda Mu . Chi . Alpha Beta Alpha Delta Alpha Epsilon . Alpha Zeta . Gamma Alumnae Eta Alumnae Alpha Beta . Epsilon . Eta . Pi . . Mu . . Alpha Gamma . Alpha Eta . Alpha Alumnae Epsilon Alumnae Zeta Alumnae . Mu Alumnae Kappa Alumnae Lambda Alumnae Nu Alumnae . Delta . Kappa Rho . Tau Upsilon Psi . Beta Alumnae Delta Alumnae Xi Alumnae Phi . Omega . Iota Alumnae . Kappa Alpha Theta Founded af De Pazufw University CHAPTER ROLL ALPHA DISTRICT BETA DISTRICT DELTA DISTRICT GAMMA DISTRICT 39-I . Cornell University . University of Vermont . Allegheny College Syraeuse University . . Swarthmore College Woman's College of Baltimore . . Brown University . Barnard College . New York City Burlington, Vermont . De Pauw University University ot' Indiana . VVooster University . University of Michigan . Albion College Allegheny College . Ohio University . Vanderbilt University Green Castle, Indiana . Columbus, Ohio . Indianapolis, Indiana . Cleveland, Ohio Pittsburg, Pennsylvania . Athens, Ohio . VVooster, Ohio University of Illinois . University of Kansas . University of' Nebraska . Northwestern University University of Minnesota . University of VVisconsin . . Minneapolis . . Chicago . . Kansas City . Leland Stanford University . University of' California Los Angeles, California 0 Q 'Q' 'Phi wow, lg I ' 'JMU' " 'B' MW : J l l HE 1 DEZZIKZCJ IIJ U 'Qt-1 U CJCDI1 ur ll 4' i ax xl 2: mv H1580 55 9 u ugelfak ":T.1'-.- n u nl EZCIQIU CII UCJCJU IIIZJLII - I Uiififm l"7fi'!Q Q JTQJQ 3 UMW I lx' In ,,,,,, mnung nw 'b 1 11,13 119, v ' I E' . 74 , n ' -Q cu.. ,, ., F5 'GTP ? M- "QM:--f "L ,pzf F9123 i ,1"' " if-. "" " -'- Efff? fro- ' - L .1 ,, 'Q 'fx'-, ',-5y7f11- . 1.1 iw -- - rIu..5,.l --, .-. . . . -i ' -: V . - 2 '84 5 ' A . - z -- Alpha Phi 305 N PAQ, W 45 'T sf 2 b .g 16' 'pie ' W W ig ! .- 2,4 5 W J v A Vw v 1 l . A . . ? , , Schaller Ryan Blaisdell Stebbins Stratton Bofcrclilxg Gryglu Vlboclward Mathews Healy dc Haas Brazie Copley Cole, V, Stevens Smith Cole, M, Cole, R, S2lllSl3llI'y Mt-Milleu Hall X Z' ' f A ' '- 3 l" 1 f lt '43 4 ' ' Z ' X. - Wg' f l V 9 'X mrs - 'J Q Q P X . tt 4.53 ,NX K yi ,Q vt X P j V A X, , g-t, may- Q l K ' -X ,,, H .- ' I 9' fl ,- ' f I t QQ gf W fu s Alpha Phi Epsilon Chapter Eytzzblislzed in 1890 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors Martha Fallis Harris Carolyn Tyler Salisbury Ruth Law Cole Marjorie Helen Cole jfufziorf Corinne Frances McMillen jane hlatthews Bessie Olivia Healy Ruth VVoodward Virginia Gertrude de Haas Saplaomoref Eva Maud Blaisdell Eloise Smith Grace Gretchen Grygla Alice Elsie Botlerding Freflzmen Alice De Ette Stratton Florence Elizabeth Brazie Rose Marie Shaller Mary' Somerby Stebbins Helen Hall Mary Elizabeth Copley Vera Vivian Cole Margaret Anne Ryan Helen Stevens Graduate Student Gertrude Ellen Ballard 307 Alpha Phi Founded at bbfrfzmre Unifversizy, 1872 CHAPTER ROLL Alpha ..... Syracuse University Beta Northwestern University Gamma . . DePauw University Delta . . . Cornell University laipsilon . University of Nlinnesota Zeta . VVoman's College of Baltimore Eta . . Boston University Theta . . University of Michigan Iota . University of Wiscoiisiii Kappa Leland Stanford, Jr., University Lambda . . University of California Mu . . . . Barnard College New York City Alumnae . New York New York Central Alumnae Syracuse New York Southern Alumnae . Buiialo Chicago Alumnae . Chicago Miiinesota Alumnae Minneapolis Southern Alumnae Baltimore 393 U 'I gi l If im. vnu 4 -:mx 1 F i ,"' 1 .53 fu :mu 55027111 kim! ! f l Il - ULi.llU Ecu u Lzlg fil --W DEE.'IJCZO iJ . f- ' 1 1 'W 'Wg' u uQf9A ":1':' orc: 3 51530 EDIIEIJ fl-.l Dl'lJlilU I-H11 U YSITDZ I W "" A M 5. 31,51 rl an :tal- .' f. . i KI ug ' " ' FR? ,ull f'.'4f 'IL' 11511 . '.' ' ' ' rf ki gs jl , E ' fi- Q.. 'Ay '., P. 'GETS 5 4?-' "gg-he '-14j6v -U ""' 'if' . Jvrbj Ti? -A V " Wi Gfifiiiiii -Q'-ff ':.f-- , '- - 1 -- ' rl,1.l4,:- '-" 'H' ' I ' ' . A. l 'I Ju n- ' K' 1 . -U-9 i 0 ' . - 3 :J ll GJD l Delta Delta Delta 54 29 K -i 1' P , . 5 31 W e , Q N W L 6 :V W QQ? Gould johnson Hicks Craig Cawlcy Stone Stevens Mayo IAUCI-QIHLIII Newton Von Bodcnstedr Palmer Staum Eaton Hullster LQ. 1' Q , 1' 'I' gn. ji ' A , yf 1 ', K K' ti IK N dw i 4 ' f Env. w r M f. Q N ' ' H KN-' Q 4' .i 'xg'- Q n ,Q 'Wi ' 0 "' I f Af Delta Delta Delta Theta Chapter Esmblixlaed in 1894 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors Fleanor M. Von Bodenstedt Maluelle Faton fzzniors Agnes Somerville Craig Fthel G. Palmer Adella 'lf Johnson Isabella Carolyn Stene Soplnomoref Helen Maria Nlayo lVlildred li. Huelster Fay Margaret Newton Jessie F. Lockman Freslamen Lily L. Stevens Nlargaret Cowley Frieda Staunn Francis Hicks Eduah Gould 401 Ilelta Ilelta IJ Founded at Basfan, 1859 CHAPTER ROLL elta- Alpha ..,. Boston University Beta St. Lawrence University Gamma . Adrian College Delta Simpson College Epsilon . . Knox College Zeta . . University of Cincinnati Eta University of Vermont Theta . University of Nlinnesota Kappa University of Nebraska Lambda . Baker University Mu University of Wisconsin Nu Ohio State University Xi . WOIIIHHYS College Omicron . Syracuse University Pi . University of California Sigma . Wesleyaii University Upsilon Northwestern University 402 UU 'VI 'mf 0 fin w'K"m: i 1 Q 4 sus mn I kha- D-- ' :Jigs an 151513 053:30 U 'Qt-1 l X, pl QH'A4!: i ,lf Kilo Q 9 I lya n m 'U' 95512 'Ei?5 III OKIIKIIU i'ZJlIllI.3 3 3161 mm 'wg' 'Av llf 44- Dl,.lL...J Q 'W usb 1 -1.1131 Mx, Q ff 'Q 5' ' ' fx- - 14 0 v, -S 5 mv. pf 2. .:, . - ,hm M,-,., .3:tA4l1,l '-:rf " ---- -- -fi 'A "" " mi-.SFET l?5'2g5W-'af ' T1 id! 'Sf - 55 ::.'- 3 -.-41, i 1- - Q 7' K ,535 : ,X - - A V .: ' -1 ' -..- M. - ' - , ' '--- "- " ' , , ll ' .Ui . -'. ' I in U L B. 5 -' ,Ll '-a.m.... .. .1 " ' ,,'! , amma Phi Beta 403 4 6771 l ?-P if 5 Marshall Millspaugh Kingsly Young Raton Ives, Mary l,orell jones Ives, Agnes Lauderdale Redfield Moreland Sheldon Elmer Hyser Tuner, Kath lngles Taney, Cora r - Q ,f 9 - 'SCX h x I ' f pi S "- ', ,fx . l l If X K 'X JW lr Wd Q qm r L ' X . X W9 i l .AX N X E Q I xl WWA Qf K 5 .xr .X l g 'H'-X. 'A ,X 1. R 'NL S- R' nv, 7 . Nw E Q J F Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Chapter Founded in 1902 SOROR IN FACULTATE Mary Gray Peck SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Senior: Marion Isabelle Jones Alice Maude Hyser Eleanor Sheldon Yuniors Mary Ives Agnes Sherwin Ives Margaret George Bell Mildred Lauderdale Sopbomores Edna Iilmer Katharine Malinda Taney Marie Footner Moorland Eleanor Grace Eaton Harriet May Young Freslzmen Helen Syrene Lorell Rewey Belle Inglis Cora Grubb Taney Sara Thompson Marshall Florence Decker Millspaugh Grace Marion Kingsley 405 Alpha Beta Gamma Delta . Epsilon . Zeta Eta Theta . Iota Kappa Lambda . Boston Chicago Syracuse . San Francisco Milwaukee Gamma Phi Beta Founded af .Slvrrzcure University, 18771 CHAPTER ROLL . Syracuse University . University of Michigaii University of Wisconsiii . Boston University . Northwestern University VVomen's College of' Baltimore University of California University of Denver . . Barnard College . University of lVlinnesota . University of Washiiigtoii ALUMNAE CHAPTERS 406 . Boston, Mass. . Chicago, Ill. Syracuse, N. Y. San Francisco, Cal. Milwaukee, Wis. Sigma Alpha Delta Local Eftfzbfisized by Clam of 1896 SORORES IN UNlVERSlTATE Seniors Margaret Phipps Van Bergen Martha Fallis Harris Florence E. Smith Lois Agnes Tennant Polly Caroline Bullard juniorx Helen Clarke Helen Jennings Fish Cornelia Hollinshead Bessie Olivia Healy 407 N4 X Professional Fraternities -I E : ix-Y s- 48 I l -109 A list of the PRQPXESSIONAL FRATERNI'flES al fha University of Minnesota in the order of the establish ment of the Local Chapters Phi Delta Phi, T891 Psi Omega, 1897-1901 Nu Sigma Nu, 1891 Alpha Kappa Kappa, 1891 Delta Chi, 1892 Delta Sigma Delta, T892 Phi Alpha Gamma, 1897 Phi Chi, 1904 410 'I ':'!,s 'l it w'K"a X ig 6 qui! mm i kbs- I 11 mamma Uf.:1I..JU mzijgm tz 5:5311 1 R QEIIJIO KT-'J E7 ELT I lJCl 'ws' 'All' 'gl smfm 'Of P Q 1 Hb , 5-5 Nifty' sg 9 I IAVQ' gil EIU? F5352 - I Olilflll IIIKIICB -M-I U4Il....J lu W 1 3,1 I ',"'1.d'1 . ul' I " ' T4 1 x 1 W' ' . - ' -e gg -'f v' . ,r .4 -- "' ' '. . ' -'O vm gg-419.,.,.f,9'41 1- . :Z iv -- ru -M M- - . . ' ---- --- - -Q . . . .,, , . - - a ' . ' 5 U L. - - L 1 ,m -.L-pn. .--.-- ... .1 " ' ,,'4W,1 3 '- . 1' -4 Phi Delta Phi I " f pleav if 1' ' 6252 ' , " , , 'QQ " ' w ha! Je.-sw '1Qh0fg3MdBnfllafdmvollimPMwwBr"'D53M.ffiW Reed Auxin XK'i1li1t1ilbCrry 1 NA -X, Q X f" I f' P mf f f eg- may x ff x N 0 f Y R X Agia. ig 9 y ' A K QQ X' Q "' f ,s 412 Phi Delta Phi Rohert Barnard lid. L. Rogers Dillon Chapter Estzzbfislzea' in 1891 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Harvey S. Clapp Frank lf. Reed Hans B. Haroldson -I. Von VVilliams Paul A. Brooks Louis L. Collins George H. Porter Class '04 C0155 '05 Ralph li. Nevers Cfzz55 '06 Richard S. Pattee P051-Gmdurzfw 413 VValton VV. Thorpe Ralph E. Stanherry ames B. lrsfeld Hugh li. Leach William Albee Kent Benjamin Booth Storey Cooley Pomeroy Marshall J ay . Webster Hamilton Gibson Choate Waite Field Conkling Tiedeman Minor Dillon Daniels Chase Harlan Swan McClain Lincoln Usgoode Miller Fuller Green Comstock Dwight Foster Ranney P hi D e l t a P hi Founded at University qffllichzgzzn, 1864 CHAPTER ROLL 41 , University of Michigan lllinois Wesleyan Northwestern Columbia Washington University University University University , Hastings College of Law , Columbian University , Union University , Boston University University of Cincinnati , University of' Pennsylvania Harvard Law School , Yale Law School New York University , Cornell University , University of Missouri , University of Virginia University of Minnesota , Buffalo Law School University of Oregon University of Wisconsin Chio State University State University of lowa University of Nebraska Law School of Upper Canada Leland Stanford, Jr., University , Lake Forest University University of Kansas , Syracuse University , New York Law School , , Indiana University Western Reserve University 'Nm fin X, I Mn s If Q - Q HIM ! pw w5'4'a F Q :umm MW .: T .: mr:fi'Q C-1 E 1 1 DEZUKZO CID U QF? M1974 Q l lwfa iam 'KI SZ? lil I 011:10 Z IZHZJD CII OCIJCZD lilF"lC3 QQ-C5151 sm mlqq Ax 1 11 l...JL..J Q rr: wi, 1 ftp nl nu, A . ' Q N Iv ' 0 . fp , ,. ,- F5 5 f- 35?---' 1,.'g,., fn' .- - fy, ,Q- V i ii --m '3fh1b'Q,i1 13 . 11 Q ' r4 ' Q., ' 1 ' I 4 ' -- " " ' ' - 'F' 2 u ' .' I f . r 'M lwmm A -I Q. .Y . lu ll I " ' u Sigma u 415 T v 9 t' 5657 f f 0 0345, if ,. J at D m ffeiv - Nlovias Green Chambers Carlsen Durand Ribble Hynes Collins Hilger, D, D, Williams Brand Pratt Jacobsen Knight Tuohy Porter Hilger, A. W. K H Klencr Bright tllr we Freeman 'n ttrs Teislwcrg auct- Mtfwnh .,,, - A" I' ' f 1 A 1113 .wif t ,lg f l 'S WT N n ,Tl , f. as V , f X gg t N . J wg x Q ' rn f f fl tr ' Qs' 1 9 X 16 0 "' .f Parks Ritchie John F. Fulton Arthur Gillette FrederickW. Dunsmoor Thomas G. Lee N u Sig m a N u Epsilon Chapter Eflablisbed in 1891 FRATER IN REGENTIBUS O, C, Strickler FRATRES IN FACULTATE Amos W. Abbott Max P. Vander Horch James F.. Moore Charles Lyman Greene C. Eugene Riggs W. A. Jones Frank T. VVesbrook Charles A. Erdman John W. Bell Charles A. Wheaton James H. Dunn Frank C. Todd John T. Rogers James T. Christison George D. Head George Senkler Charles R. Ball J. L. Rothrock S. M. White J. W. Little Frederick Leavitt R. Sewall J. C. Litzenburg L. A. Nippert Harry P. Ritchie W. R. Murray Haldor Sneve H. K. Read Thomas S. Roberts Peder Hoff James S. Gilfillan Frank H. Wright Arthur W. Deming Arthur A. Law M. R. Wilcox E. R. Hare Arthur T. Mann Judd H. Goodrich Warren W. Dennis FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors VV. S. Frost C. D. Freeman C. A. Klener S. F. Williams E. Hynes W. S. Titus G. B. Ribble A. J. Movias W. A. Brand Yuniors J. P. Kane C. E. Pratt W. C. Chambers li. L. Tuohy l. Durand L. N. Jacobson O. M. Porter Frank T. Brigham A. W. Hilger A. N. Collins D. D.Hilger Sopbomores C. G. McMahon F. L. Carlsen Carl B. Teisberg C. L. Haney R. R. Knight G. H. Green 417 Nu Sig ma Nu Founded' zz! Unifversigf q'Michzgan, 1881 Alpha . Beta , Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Iota Kappa , Lambda , Mu , Nu Xi Omicron , Alpha Kappa Phi Rho Sigma Tau , Upsilon , Phi Chi . CHAPTE R ROLL . . University of Michigan , Detroit College of Medicine Western University of Pennsylvania , University of Minnesota , Northwestern University , University of Illinois , University of Cincinnati , Columbia University Rush lUniversity of Chicagol University of Pennsylvania , , University of Syracuse University of Southern California New York University and Bellevue , , , Union University Washington University lSt. Louisl , Jefferson Medical College Western Reserve University , , , Cornell University Cooper Medical College lSan Franciscoj , , University of' California , McGill University 418 sun msn -H 1. I egg 5 m'Y'ag X' i x 1 I iyqagig 526- I Q-2 3310 U 51311 1. DKZZJLIO IJ E7 urn u HiQ in-UWQSF' l lagfa -H- : ' 2522552 Fi1 DL-.JCIJD 1 ICSC! I I UWIIFIJU - . l'1'lI'1E3 Exaiii' JifuQ,,, Sx, ,,, ' ' .- DI..-4. .n.f..4, W1 .. . .mn Mun fl ftf ' ..!.f . V - - 5 rf A . ' g N ' ."' 7 ' . sf' .. . 'T' QW :.f-, 2 "W, 3 . V ox ' rf' .A -.WASH V. I gx- . we U un ' 5 653: .fi-3 -- -'W - 1 , 5' ' ' ' N-f', '-'.- -f-1, " ' ' r . V lv ,, R , ,'!'. .: 3 .-JA N I Y' V. 4 l H ---I.. . --. .... . - - Y ' 'U' . --- - ' . , V Q ' ' ' .5 . H an I I nh A llllllir IJe1ta hi 'J 93' ff 'e'p F?" ' gy 9 f f g a, ,Q-W , My 0 C :,.d f?.l W JM' Rundell Chase Wvatt Lemen Curtis Fla 1111 ery Barney ' Beagle Rieberh Andresen Davies Morris Thgrggirson Hannay Landon Thompson i 0 1 ,f ay. .-- I' 1 ,fl I kk W-5:3 1 , 6 . A if . A X-Xu' . W M r- H XX F XX gi x i . K 5 9 . f 1 QQ 91 xii " Q "' 420 Delta Chi Minnesota Chapter Esmbfisbed in 1892 FRATER lN REGENTIBUS Thomas Wilsozi FRATRES IN FACULTATE Henry Fletcher Robert S. liolliner, Ll.. B. lidwin A. jaggard, A. M., LL. B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSVFATE Seniors Charles D. Beagle Harry H. Thomas Harry C. Barney George O. Wyatt Otto N. Davies Edwin A. Rundell Harry G. Flannery Elias B. Curtis Clio G. Landon Middlemerz Don C. Anderson VVm. R. Morris George H. Riebeth Josiah H. Chase Denny P. Lemen O. lf. Andresen J. Arthur Thompson funior Norman B. Hannay 421 Delta Chi .Founded at Cornell University, 1890 CHAPTER ROLL Cornell University New York University University of lVlinnesota University of Nlichigan Dickinson University Northwestern University Chicago Kent Law School University of' Bulfalo Osgoode Hall of Toronto Syracuse University Union College University ofWest Virginia Ohio State University New York Law School University of Chicago Georgetown University ALUMNI CHAPTERS Chicago Chapter New York City Chapter 422 nm wafm ' ' QW 'Nw fin X, 4 , f-N11 3 ig S Gi x r5m'fgT1 Aban - muBmm'T 1 Ulijll.-DU 1 EQQ I: S 11 DCZSJCDCJ CTJ Q 'QF5 E25 1115? Q9 u ve. gi fj mmzznznu ' VLJIZIZJ Cj oczvzo 1 1 Ll-NIDLII r:1 or:1c:no 1-:1c:n:a Q iQ U!-JL...J sassy Vnij . , f v f f rf 2 ' 1 .rf .. 'T L x3 'QTL 5 31- --,fn-.Q.A "1 't.,':g5,, - - - X- - gg, ,4 .C ' -- -- ip " 'g ,S-fi M M - -' Q , D 3 -8.2 Q ., A. - - . -9 f Q. H., I- -x.m.n. - 1'-- r Fu 2 " 1'1"-"0" -'l.s".mA., f -H 1- P111 Alpha Gamma 433 Agia f Qvfff ' Q3 I bx y 'qt I 5 1' f M y Ballon Rand King VVallcr VVi1kowske Mlly Bullard Pond lordon Cole Af Q , f 1 1 Q?581 A OR -, N x xx Q . If 5' X.. I F R .N 9 git Q 'F 99 Phi Alpha Gamma Delta Chapter Efmblisloed in 1897 FRATRES IN FACUI.'I'ATE IC. L. Mann, A. B., M. D., Dean A. P. VVilliamson, M. IJ. LL. M. Wm. E. Leonard, A. B., M. D. R. D. Matehan, M. D. Geo. F. Roberts, M. D. YV. B. Roberts, M. D. A. Pl. Comstock, IW. D. Geo. Isl. Rieker, M. D. B. Harvey Ogden, A. M., M. IJ. FRATRES IN UN I V ERSITATE P052 Grzzdufzle Eugene VVarner, M. ID. Seniorf C. W. VVilkowske A. Ballard Carl V. Cole jfuniors I-I. B. Ballou M. M. jordan I-I. V. King D. Waller Soplzomorex S. B. Pond VV. H. May W. Rand 425 Phi Alpha Gamma Founded at New York, 1894 CHAPTER ROLL Alpha New York Homeopathic Medical College, New York City Beta . Boston University, Medical Department, Boston, Mass. Gamma . . Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa Delta University of Minnesota, Homeopathic Medical Department Zeta Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College, Cleveland, Ohio Eta , Chicago Homeopathic Medical College, Chicago, Illinois Iota Homeopathic Medical College of Missouri, St. Louis, Mo. Kappa Homeopathic lVIedical Department, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan . Lamhda Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, Illinois 426 H10 RV" ' qu' Qin! 9 ! Q .hu 'Fw N ' S1 " ww a , lg ' i 1 Q QED!!! ,sf Wl5 '1 lii Business - l UEIJCIIEI g2gQ n:1 gnisfz DIZICDO CIJ W Wi! ll '25-23555 Q u c:a mel "ELT" RZ lill mzvzmn tIlCDc:n fjz onzuzzo E111-1113 ES C351 nl' q 1 ' x ' Y 4' 'iff 541- 54-fgvf 1-N 'ff4,Q.. .. qw-rf' 5211- , 1 "' .. f '1-In . -l - , 3 :J .:u4?l' sx' .J . . ',!.A1, I M4 "M, Alpha Kappa Kappa 427 Gm new 9 le: q 'i4lf"1 if i f 9 :Xrguc Devine Nlattlicws Gates Brunton YVils0n Benson Freeman Hutchinson Ariz Dix Schulze lVlcKihhen Camphcll Tchhitt Kearney Belden Bullilcy Frasier Chapman Gochrs . . . Q 1 .f P . X. x , - A K 4" A ' 1 M 9 I " 4' : ! li 'ri' -we. A fn 0 'l N 1 ix ' K " IW' ix wg ' -xx M' il 'Q f li ar if K ' li ! k A ' X - I -4, ix- - Y Q - , I Q 1' fx , , ,- A h - f 1 RQ 0' s v lx- -,- ' ' Q i af 48 Alpha Kappa Kappa Psi Chapter Exfablixhed in 1898 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Geo. M. Coon Richard Glding Beard J. Clark Stewart Walter R. Ramsey William H. Condit VVilliam M. Chowning Louis B. Wilson Henry Nlartyn Bracken Arthur li. Benjamin Arthur Sweeney Samuel li. Sweitzer Olof' A. Olson VVilliam D. Kelley FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors Hugh Spaulding VVilson john Leo Devine Percy Francis Kearney George Gregory Belden Chester Edson Gates George laidwin Dix Henry john Hutchinson Albert Gustave Schulze Harvy Edwin lVlcKibben Robert Lancelotte 'llebbitt Yuniorf Hiram Septimus Argue Oscar Theodore Benson Daniel Ray Campbell George VVellington Frasier Berton Branton Philip Garfield Arzt George Herman Freeman Henry VVilliam Goehrs Abner Justus Nlatthews Albert Guy Alley Sopbomoref Nathanial C. Bulkley VVinthrop Severance Chapman 429 Alpha Kappa Kappa Faumied zz! Darlmoullo College, 1888 CHAPTER ROLL Alpha . , , Medical Department, Dartmouth College Beta 4, College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco Gamma , , Tufts College Medical School, Boston, Mass. Delta , , , Medical Department, University of Vermont lipsilon , , , JeH'erson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. Zeta Long .lsland College Hospital, Medical School, Brooklyn, N. Y. Eta , , College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, lll. Theta , , Maine Medical School, Bowdoin College lota , Medical Department, Syracuse University Kappa . , , Milwaukee Medical College Lambda , , Medical Department, Cornell University Mu , Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania Nu , , Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill. Xi , , , Medical Department, Northwestern University lgliil-i6F61'i , +MiamalX1edicaJ College, Cincinnag Ohio Pi , , Ohio Medical University, Columbus, Ohio Rho Denver and Gross Medical College, Denver, Colorado Sigma , Medical Department, University of California Tau , University of the South, Swaunee, Tenn, Upsilon Medical Department, University of Oregon Phi Medical Department, University of Nashville Chi , Medical Department, Vanderbilt University Psi , Medical Department, University of Minnesota Omega , , Medical Department, University of Tennessee Alpha Beta , , Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Alpha Gamma , , , University of Georgia 430 gli' Q00 115, Wu! X, , 'Y' X 5 - H90 6 Hum! :, S r fimqgffgmx MW .: J - - Emu -. Dllliilj i , """ U Qi -U - l l m:mc:vo C1433 IIJ UIIIID 1 CDIZLII C l U!i1iU . IZTTTCD QQ4.IfJ,Cl' jmgl - kt. : H n .- ""' ,Q , 'WE M35 I ,',f' uf nhl vlr "' ff A x ' g ,,- J' v 4 . J- 1 'Q .ff I ' . ,F ev'62fnQ ""N" ,.4 Q.. 1' ' - """ ..-. ., -. i'5f:r' '5if?-- , fr f' .. Q . y . - . I 'U' U L ' . I , ,M -' Delta Sigma Delta I Q-sw i nfer K 'ff ' 'rl I 2 pm I ' .a v th a , 5 N ww t 6 f M Q 1 , Qbg, fr JL ,t B 6 EQ QQ 'W JM Stcudmun Bennett Korflnlgc Huntington Nelson Strung Newgord McNeil Crourh Mzwcs Carr Leffck Porter Riva Barton Y Shclhnun V Wvnistq Cullum Cox Borgcndalc Youngbcrg Mc'R:1c i N, .xt I' ,, X 47 ' f A 't V 4 f 1 f tt 'Q J ' as , 0 f ' x X' A kr - - Q 'NX vmP V ' Ng . I 'xx 4""" 'Q f w i ff 4 -1 ' . NN Z K K 4 A D , fp f i .Xu .Q X ,K ,- ' ' 4 X X 9 -X.. NBS " Q t" fi 433 Delta Sigma Delta Theta Chapter Eftzzblislzed in ISQZ FRATRES IN FACULTATE James Usborne Wells, A. lVl., D. lVl. D. E. Franklyn Hertz, D. M. D. Wm. P. Dickinson, D. D. S., Dean Frederick Spencer Yaeger, D. D. S. Thomas Bradford Hartzell, M. D., D. lVl. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors Arthur Henry Cox Walter Cornwell Cullum Duncan A. McRae Arthur Nelson Rice Charles Fdgar Waiste Walter Hill lVlcNeil Guy Benjamin Steadman VVilliam Joseph Leffek D. W. Bennett Yuniors Herman A. lVlaves Harry Elijah Barton Charles Nelson Alvin Fugene Carr Joseph F. Shellman E. LeRoy Youngberg Harold Porter David C. Crouch Cassius Strang Harry Newgord Edward Borgendale Freslamen Louis W. Korfhage Walter S. Huntington 433 Delta Sigma Delta Faundm' zz! Uniwwify qffwirhzgzzn, 1882 CHAPTER ROLL Alpha .... University of Michigaii Beta , Chicago College Gamma , Harvard University lipsilon University of Pennsylvania Zeta University of California Eta Northwestern University Theta University of Minnesota lota . Detroit College of Medicine Kappa Vanderbilt University Lambda , Western Reserve Mu . S . 'lluits College Xi . Indiana Dental College Omieron lVlarion Sims Dental College Pi . University of Buffalo Rho . University of Illinois Sigma . Pittsburg Dental College 434 mp ssuafm 15, vin ! Wan if 9' i xh' 6 . wm42'.: mba- I - i Kill - Ulifllfl ?Cfi1Q fI1 5,1111 1. UE-3535 - 415 . ' :iw Q9 4 Il fa 'ELF' 95515 tiil ocivcmo C1351 113 04114210 TIFTKI3 U wma s Q. 52161 fm W--- .. f1, ,-' 5 an an " ' ,FRF .1151 f .Rf ' ni 1-511 1 1 V ' ' ' ff 0 x ' 9 5- ,"' ' - 2 ' Q , 'f' Qvfnf-r 3 ':. .gyhb-Q '59 . ,X -M v fu .' 1-, ,sn ' f - -'ff' ,gg v 1 "' A 'T' 'aiiiii A 571 "'1-11 'ITT' Q " - K X I U . A 1 , . . 5, Z . ' ' fl 'll' L. . - -- Phi Chi 335 Q- fm p- eu fo- Ae? K P QW 9 Carlson Gush Cutler Lydcrs -7 Meaal 7 7 liner 7 7 Jiasscrf 1 ,Av11l.1gh.llV 7 7 Q M- 'Qw , f G-we 'fx A' fl X' -" ' I E oi! 0 if ee gg , Q W Phi Chi Established in 190.51 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Frederick Wulliiig, Ph. D., LL. M. Frederick K. Butters, M. S. Gustave Bachman, Ph. M. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniorx Albin C, Carlson Achilles C. Sladeck Thomas C. Gash H. Floyd Hubbard Frederick Noel' VVallace C. Mead W. H. Cutler William F. Passer G. P. Skartman funiory Edward Lyders Patrick H. Vaughn Irving H. Robitshek Carleton C. Adans L. Miner Herbert Edgar S. Bowman Williaiii M. Jones George Haines Arthur B. Ostrander 437 Alpha Beta , Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta , Pita Theta , Phi Chi f'l0Lt71LZI6'd at Unziieryity of Michigan, 1833 CHAPTER ROLL , , , University of Michigan , , Northwestern University , New York College of Pharmacy , , University of VVisconsin , Philadelphia College of Pharmacy Boston School of Pharmacy University of California , University of Nlinnesota 438 I Phi Beta Kappa Established in 1776 OFFICERS President . . . . . Prof Henry F. Nachtrieh Vice President . . Prof Norman Wilde Second Vice President . . . Prof Henry T. Eddy Secretary . . . Prof Hope McDonald Treasurer . . . flaw. . Miss Anna L. Guthrie MEMBERS Pres. Cyrus Northrop Dr. William VV. Folwell Dr. Jabez Brooks Prof john C. Hutchinson Dr. Henry T. Eddy Prof Christopher Hall Prof john S. Clark Hon. john Day Smith Prof Matilda Wilkin Prof William R. Hoag Prof Henry F. Nachtrieh Prof Conway MacMillan Prof Frederick S. jones Prof Joseph Brown Pike Prof Charles F. Sidener Prof Willis M. VVest Prof George B. Franklorter Prof E. Eugene McDermott Prof john Zeleny Prof Norman VVilde Prof Albert B. VVhite Dr. Frederick VV. Sardeson Dr. Everhart P. Harding Miss Lettie M. Crafts Prof Hope McDonald Miss Anna L. Guthrie Mr. David F. Swenson Mr. Edward M. Freeman Miss Linda Maley Mr. Otto Rosendahl Miss Helen Camj Mr. joseph W. Beach Mr. Hans Dalaker Miss RutfW'est Miss Lillian Cohen Miss Gertrude E. Ballard Mr. Charles Johnson Miss Florence Perry Miss Eva Sardeson Miss Lillian Marvin Miss Catherine Hillsheim Mr. B. S. Nickerson Mr. C. H. Christopherson ELECTED IN 1904 Annie D. Blitz Olaf Hovda Isaac W. Choate Clara B. Hull Clara Christopherson Marion I. jones Irwin A. Churchill Alois P. Kovarik John Dye Myra McCarriel Laura Gould Elizabeth McLaughlin Avis W. Grant Eunice Peabodv Edith sjolwrg 440 President . Vice-President . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer . . Member of the Council VV. R. Appleby F. H. Bass G. N. Bauer VV. E. Brooke J. C. Brown F. K. Butters P. Christianson Lillian Cohen F. H. Constant L. Cooke H. H. Dalaker H. Downey J. F. Downey H. T. Eddy H. A. Erickson J. Flather G. B. Franktorter E. M. Freeman B. F. Groat G. D. Head S. P. Miller N. H. Bogue E. Cheney Marjorie H. Cole F. E. Downing N. S. Dungay D. H. Gaumnitz F. F. Grout S i g m a X 1 Minnesota Chapter OFFICERS 1903-04 ACTIVE MEMBERS C. VV. Hall E. P. Harding A. E. Haynes VV. M. Hays E. E. Hemmingway Clara Hillesheim W. R. Hoag Daisy Hone J. A. Hummel F. S. Jones VV. H. Kavanaugh W. H. Kirchner F. P. Leavenworth T. G. Lee H. L. Lyon C. MacMillan E. P. McCarty H. F. Nachtrielv E. Nicholson ELECTED MARCH ll, 190+ Graduates J. E. E. Olander A. L. Parsons U ndergraduates E. Gutsche Blanche Higginhotham L. K. Houlton J. C. Holland Olaf Hovda John Howatt Emily Janney 441 , Flather A. E. Haynes D VV. H. Kirchner . C. F. Sidener . H. A. Erickson . H. T. Eddy E. C. Oliver L. B. Pease J. H. Quense C. O. Rosendahl F. VV. Sardeson G. D. Shepardson C. F. Sidener C . P. Sigerfbos H. 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MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 430 I I I llllllllllllsllll AIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII flllllllllllllllllll l::l::lllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII l lllllllllllll III lIiI!::: lla :EI III I lllllll llllllll llllllw M lllllllllllllll 1lllllllllllllllW lllllllllllllll Qllllllllllllll illlllllllllf lllllllllll Il I IIII X l Al r t l l f illll III I III N. "f'l-ll-lll-l-- --- ff l l A f' l I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIF i l E! ee: sgzar ll 'T E ll:lll5lll::-I l ll 4 15:::::::::-------1 it , .f K if ,. of N '--!:5E5"! , fi"': Lxfsgi' '- 1 1' lt 1 'l i, , l10RTl1AND NSTITUTE A71 ffz.vfz'fzzfz'07z fflcll bay 1171 EJ'fd6!Z'.S'!G6fl Repum!z'0fz fbi' pfzzrifzg af! g7'flfl1ZlIlf6.i' in posziiom. USINESS MEN are realizing more fully every day the importance of the stenographer and typewriter, for with their aid it is possible to accomplish in an hour the former work of a day. The demand for competent shorthand writers is greater than ever, a fact which assures a bright future for all who enter the profession of shorthand. In Minneapolis the only school devoted exclusively to expert instruction in shorthand and typewriting is The Munson Shorthand Institute, Guaranty Loan Building. Students are under the direct personal supervision of Mr. R. QI. Smith, a shorthand reporter of recognized ability. The typewriting department is equipped with the latest improved Remington, Smith-Premier, Oliver and l'nderwood type- Writers, and students receive the most careful training in touch typewriting. That the school possesses superior advantages can be attested by any of its numerous graduates, both ladies and gentlemen. Mr. Smith will be glad to furnish information to any interested in the subject. 451 f' are f we ' QE Z9-h 2 ? 122- ' .V :g3ii:'tCQi 3133- ,QA V' , ,f A - - 1 IW A, ME Iii' T ,ia ,,gkwfgXuEit'7J:4-1.13 . ,,., ,fl eye 'GE I E- ' UIVIFOQIHS I 44' For near orc cars have been the E I- Q acknow e cd standard for Col- -I -It lege , M'l't:1ry Schools and Acade- Q . r mie ywhcre. We maintain a 'Y i -g d uniform. e are sold A heir merits. They are gu - I d to give perfect safisfactio d ' re th h p tl g d 'f u EY lyf yy ldg hgh Thy C C C3 CS OU you can buy Write for price We ban: a .reparate cam logue for Oxford Gown! etc ik, TheMcLf11ey.+3c0 A COLUMBUS. OHIO iii? V. , n,r., Wright, Kay 8m Co. MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE Fraternity Emblems Fraternity Jewelry Fraternity Novelties Fraternity Stationery Fraternity Invitations Fraternity Announcements Fraternity Programs SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST SPECIAL DESIGNS ON APPLICATION 140-142-144 Woodward Ave. DETROIT, MICH. ?J7w.7D12zn ofa A4Ranks Among-Diane A Players where Zfxw Zl0l92 way Ranks Among PianosK King of Them All MOTORS AND DYNAIVIOS GENERAIFEIQECTRIC AND SPRAGUE LINES LARGE LINE OF ALTERNATING AND DIRECT CURRENT A P P A R A T U S SOLD ONLY .effqpghjan F . TF BYTHE U-very, Gugler Electric Mfg. 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PAUL, MINN. , , Zeke ff !,0a!erer MANUFACTURER OF Delicious Frozen Creams 4 4 and Fruit Ices 4 4 Also full line of Home-Made Bakery Goods . direct from our suburban bakery 712 Hennepin Ave' SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS Minneapolis: Minn- IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH GQ' AND SCOTCH WOOLENS . lgggvze' ug W 95xc.996rb. . N QP V +9261 Q0 swam A go 64:36 SPECIAL OFFER TO STUDENTS Q 50' A Special Discount to all students 10 of the U. of M. Style, Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed I-I IAWATHA BASE BALL GOODS Ceo I Q' - , "' 'I f"-'- "f' "UM, M ' -Ng 'Alttl ' ix -QX--W, S+ fix 4 f ee-X Asie usue , ,,.e , ' jeff' l Q ,.,.. 0 A .f ff ff Y X Q 'L are made X X9 - L well, wear X 1, jx well, and give ,. V 'Q better satisfac- L . , -A A- tion than any similar '-i' A - goods on the market FOR SALE BY ALL LIVE DEALERS FARWELL, OZMUN, KIRK Sn CO., H22lf,fff1f,,s ST. PAUL, MINN. 455 T H E NURTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK OF MINNEAPGLIS O F FIC E RS WM. ll lJL'Nu'ooi'n' M. B. RUUN - E. W. DEQRER - josiimi CHAPMAN, VIR. F. 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PAUL 475 This page is retained for the NEW STORE felivans, Munzer, Pickering ESL COQ5 Q SKI-U-MAH Barber Shop and Bath Room 1326-28-30 Fourth Street S. E. SAM REYNOLDS, Prop. The best in the world 3 Supplies and Toilet Always ready 3 Articles for use 3 The Ski-U-Mah Razor 32.00 We carry a full line of Barber Razors ground and honed Mail orders promptly handled 177 There was a man in our town and he was wondrous wise, He bought himself a GORDON hat Exactly the right size. And when they saw how well it looked Upon his honest phiz, His friends all wished for GORDON hats And each bought one like his. KEUFFEL 81 ESSER CO. OF NEW YORK Drawing Materials SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS 111 MADISON ST., CHICAGO REPAIRING or INSTRUMENTS PROMPTLY EXECUTED 78 The Gopher Primer T E A f m 9LE?V V lhgr :N rx I 'Y I Tr I 1 L XX kd, ,il I 'f - v-L7 I xii 5: Fil:-,fl J A 2 P'nnpw, -ee 44f Q ASKK Qf,x Q N 1 C K I ,I .f'1f"qE9i3fif I4 nm jg? X4 fx 'Q' f m ffm'-I - AH Hifi K ,Q "' I U df N I ' ffl ILA ,gi ef , New 1fe51 i rg I L fy 'Kay-1534 L' YF ' 'Nil 3X A - kyul I Lg I if L ??3 I I If A ' JJ" -,.9,f3g5 Eg?,!N15Z2iZfQl 4 J ij l ff Q. LW f . , ,, H , 'zffignlif rf 5 fQlfl'M'i I W' Iffilfwrffrr IJ 11 U , Sfff ffe., " e f f ga f ef 5 lwerrrr ,ff LITTLE WILLIE AND SISTER SUE TAKE A TRIP ALL THROUGH THE U. -19 xt? XXX K1 Wfwfwt Ara- X THE FRESHMAN This is a Freshman. He looks fl px, if tffii' Green and feels Blue. He is on his fffxiligi-Iix flu W l jf Way to an Examination in Trigonom- y X etry, so he does not Need a Telescope it 556 y ii to see his Finish. Are you not Glad nl'i you are not a Freshman. X . X f f 'ima-sf 1? Xfg, Qs W X W A 1 li ,il tf?ifi ff THE soPHoMoRE 52. Q7 See the Sophomore. What a ,ig ,Q Flighty Thing he is. His head ifgflifimq jfeil f is Turned so you can not Tell M, Whether he is Going or Coming. 3551 M? 'X ZVEEM But just Wait until Yellow Slip X X Day Comes and Then he will R Doubtless be Going. K, 1 i ,, V2 F ttii O ,.. 'nf if K f x , ff l M xi K I THE BARB This is a Barb. It is not Strange, E A ,R 1 - i X , 1 E r,kR,, H . ,ea ,Eli .1 l 4+ ' ml foil, " Q l 1 " 'f' 4 "1 wvf! . . . L, l ', X' ,KM Little Willie, that you thought he was lv l a Scarecrow like those on G1'andpa's fy, T ' Farm. He does Look like a Cross o between a Kansas Populist and a Street Z ... M., . . . . "' " . we-XR Fakir. His whole Time is Taken up sa-,..i:,.?a ' E . . . . . ,Q 'Yjff-, ., 'K in Hating the Frat Man and in Raising k ill? iff:-,ffgivwg a nice Crop of Moss on his Face. Is 7 " he not a Dear, Sweet Thing, Little Children? N55 T TS f. il .1 . kg ' 2 -i HTF xglz 2-.?f 9lc7jvx??XgX ,V I X I ri. 3'5Qi?r.fl'Q.l J I, THE FRAT MAN .f..FQ'f f J . I . . Qlll'gfft?iLl":E'jig? lil- .if f - --"- KN , y j No, little Susan, that is Not A- is ' 1 pf in , . T My if , one of Grandmas Puddingsg that Qwxjfstyx is In qw? pm , f . F M H B I viz afyfgl .AW 'iw'-Ii uk y f is a rat an. e eongs to v fifff l . l:"'l i l f the Oota Bazoota Fraternity. If ii f Q W ,NV u l , , , 6 We W gi if V aull flfgffflf you Talk with him he will Hasten Zfg l' ,f llf yg l f to tell you that his Frat is It at ff '.'f' ' if lg . . . .aj C . iii y if y the University. It is also the ff ff 5 1.3, . . I iw! l Strongest Nationally because it My , ,f Af' 'lib 3 "-L-S'4 . . - e has Chapters in all of the Leading itll G, . . . . all I Institutions of' Learning, Including fe ' J Hamline and Molar's Barber Col- lege. When you grow Older, little Willie, if your Brain is Soft Enough you may be an Oota Bazoota. E XXI. -yyfj fyg E THE UNIVERSITY fi , PROFESSOR ily Thi I lg The University Professor is sit- I I lily iiii gg: 1' ting in his Evening Dress on the S F ' Front Porch of his Chateau. He is ff X3 ' smoking a fine Havana Cigar and is F9 W7 readin the Latest Ma azine ofwhich x X I EL L,---E g 3 ik L H, Wil T he has received a Sample Copy. He ifpxw has not got his Salary for Two Months but he does not Care. He knows that Money is the Root of all Evil. His Up-To-Date Wife believes in Hygiene and is Now taking some Invigorating Exercise in the Cpen Air. Little Children, would you not like to be a University Professor? fs' ri TI-IE MATHEMATICS I ,B 54 PROFESSOR Qjklgxh Here we have the Mathematics ' Professor. The Faculty could not Buy a Professor and also Models. ' g So they Bought a Professor who would serve as a Model. His Head I4 can be used for a Sphere, his Body V X for a Cylinder and his Knowledge I I for a o. Was that Not Good I Economy, Little Children? 2 we E E 6 LL--- . -LE TEYZZLE 482 THE REGISTRAR See the Registrar. He is a Bird. How fierce he looks with his Skull Cap and Grouchy Air. They keep him in that cage so he can't Hurt Little Children. He Wears Storm Windows on his Face to protect him from the Frosts he so often receives. Do not be Afraid of him, little Willie, nor you, Sister Susan, for he is a Big Bluff Just walk Right Up and Hit him on the Nose. Then when he gets up he will Treat you Decently. -S my 'lv il l tl- 'iit fl li Q, lf X 'jPlEll!"llll'3"l j Fr W X ' 483 XXXQ- VX Xtfx X, l ff .X p X, X EXT' lil' A . X I X: . lwfix I. . gg gg?-at-1 I ,- if WWF .f - .f , .mUJJlu. ill l -i ,Y 'H -zz 'i 'N ' B 1 X W if X X f X ll ' rl ii mi ia' v ' ' 'HIM 'Q-Q FH' in if l l , il' ' ' -I 5Eifiijfll'l"' I l'1'f+i !:.a!llll:1uz,1 0 ff f i ii ' fx .wf"f.f ' ai ll . ' 'X ' L' l,, il X' ill T Al l ll' ' iw 'l THE UNIVERSITY BARBER See the Barber. In his Hand he has a Meat-Saw. I-Ie calls it a Razor. He Saws OH' the Beard an Inch Deep. If you Give him Twenty-live Cents he will Fix you a Nice Hair Cut like Mother used to Make. What a Skilled Me- chanic he is. THE CO-ED AND afffiff idx: it ' T J ' THE CHENIISTRY PROP. i C ll l The Co-ed is sitting on the l . !TTT 'A W W l stone steps. She Weeps, for she has 1 Y il 'V ' f l ' ' ' cc 1" lg: QQ yy been disappointed in love. Tears. y lf a- l i she cries, "Bitter tearsln The Chem- il . fffa:,ii 7 f ' ' - Y y Emi. gil A A y lgrzlf. overlgeais khelr vvogds. y yy ay 4 gyiiny y y F hy z el? ears.h as s e. ny i. l! lima' P res man nows t at tears .are com- E . at fj k Z U i i posed of Chloride of Sodium plus l i -if , Ten Molecules of Water. How ll li? 7 -ETn? E1mli?L could they be bitter?" And he looks ,LJ -T ' ' . my T 'Rr , y iw L3 All at her scornfully. She is squelched. J fy N TD if? Is he not cruel and heartless, Little L, 4- 5 lf 5fll4eHH'l'e 'J Susan? def! A -42 f W I i V W f J E e Ls i THE LEG1sLAToR. i Q4 l 'I Q4. See the Wise Legislator from l l J , -' ll i Squashville. He hasaFat Face,High l 3 1 A l 5 Water Pants, Chin Whiskers and a C 5 dazzling Diamond Stud that Was im- N-4-K f l 1 ported from Berlin, Wisconsin. He l ' li i l Sl l 1 i k talks about George Washington and the ll f L i x Civil War. Some day, Little Willie, L i L,-,.,,.M if you move out in the Back Woods A wxx. you may be a Wise legislator. M! iff yi I L X R XX X s... X P 484 ----W, ,-if , ,IJ -s ,i i -llrlilll,'rirlilliLiat i il, , i ' ' fi 'O7's instructor's a peach, f ' Who essays our English to teach, Though a rare poetaster, He has met with disaster T i s- i s A ii , XS w A Q W limi, ' P or, l ' t 5, l, Song ofthe Dramathz Club Little Horace took the bun, Little Horace got the mong Not a single sigh escaped him, As the deed was done. Dana Easton turned the trick, And the job was cute and slick. Not a facial muscle quivered, As Horace seized it quick. Cornelia seconded the motion, She hadn't the remotest notion That he really would accept the plunder Her regrets now cause commotion. In their coffers not a sou, Now what will the poor club do? When in light fantastic measure They want to trip a few? Sad their fate. Their wad is gone- Little Horace has their mong Sadder, wiser in the future, They'll see they are not done. In a manner too mournful for speech. Sad, sad-he had posed on beau mart, And already had made a good startg But she saw him at "gym" And that settled him ah me! he was all head and heart. fp leigwjl. Ns. J - Yi t T! f' iw gQ ,Ag ' l Q ii lil ,J ax f' E X 1 fo 1 , V --4' ,A At the Main Building: Sometimes when you are in a hurry the door is suddenly opened by Guild's dog. s wfffwmm , NL -LW ll X iv I Ziff Admiration 'fH0w came ie dead? ffl not ie jugglea' wif fzf' i-Hamlet f my N Sigma Chi there was a man, Who held a goodly fame. - x ' ' They called this fellow Sunny K I Thorp, X f X And 'twas a fitting name. A J A I Last summer he went west- ward, And there in mighty glee He bought a worn-out carriage horse, And paid just CXC. But then this lovely horse named Abe, Lay down next clay and died, So Sunny Thorpe now rues the day On which the nag he spied. n " the Sigs all Cry, "Come over tow , Poor Sunny shakes his head, "Come over, Thorpe, and bat with us," 'fl can't," he sobs, "Abe's dead." Go take Her to the Junior," A Siggie to him said. :K I'd like to do it, "Oh, di--, But l Can't. You see, Ahe's dead." Now Sunny's sworn off' drinking, And refuses to be fed, 3. He even abjures rough-house, 'N' Cause poor old Abe is dead. A 5 WX X X W His hair's no more peroxide, T54 I xf A But now is black instead, X For Thorpe's dyed deep in mourning, ,pf , His old horse Abe is dead. ' ix K-,oo S Q 'F i s QQ Q fi? rr Boil r i we ,, 1 is 1 ' 522 4 3 54 ' i i " Swami Ram 486 Love's Labor Lost lingered in the rose and gray colored evening. Still they were serious ' O ONE was near them, as close to the buff colored Physics Building they t 34 , 5 X even sombre. The girl's face was troubled. The man's face wore a ' e N I. X X trace of bitterness. A 'fl thought you knew," at last she said softly, 'fl thought you would . ' find it." 1 "I knew what you wrote"-irritably-HI had nothing else to go on.,' There tell a silence over them. The gray light grew darker. "What was your error FU he said at last. "There was no error," pensively. "There should have been,', he said, paradoxically. "Perhaps what was the trouble was that I depended on you. I can never correct an error myself" A little of his bitterness crept into her tones. He looked away, repressing a smile. "Let us begin again tomorrow," he said, sohly. She spoke with a sudden vehemence, ffWe cannot succeed together"-then repentantly-HI tried so hard. I multiplied and divided every way. What did he give you ? " "Hm-er zero," he muttered. She fell silent. Professor Jones, leaving the Physics Building, frowned disapprovingly. He thought they were romancing. Whereas they were troubled laboratory partners. They had lost the co-efficient of brass. 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