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'fOn leave of absence for academic ear 1909 0 ' y -I . align ieave of algsence for second semester, 1909-IO, A n eave o a sence for second semester, l909-I0 JOHN BARBER PARKINSON. EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAW. A. B., University of Wisconsin, l860. A. M., University of Wisconsin, ISO3. EDUARD PROKOSCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF GERMAN AND COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY. A. B., Staats Gymnasium, Austria, IB94. LL. B., University of Vienna, l897. A. M., University of Chicago, l90l. Ph. D., University of Leipzig, 1905. JAMES FRANCIS AUGUSTINE PYRE, BGH ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH. B. L., University of Wisconsin, l892. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, l897. BENJAMIN MCKIE RASTALL, TIWFA ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Ph. B., Colorado College, l90l. M. A., Colorado College, l903. Ph. D., Universityof Wisconsin, l906. MAZYCK PORCHER RAVENEL, ATS2, AMITQ PROFESSOR OF BACTERIOLOGY. DIRECTOR OF HYGIENIC LABORATORY. M. D., South Carolina Medical College. FRANK OTIS REED, AT, fI7BK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES. A. B., Amherst College, IS99. A. M., Harvard University, 1904. Ph. D., Harvard University, l905. PAUL SAMUEL REINSCH, AT PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE. A. B., University of Wisconsin, lS92. LL. B., University of Wisconsin, lS94. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, l898. FREDERICK W. ROE, AAQJ, CPBK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH. CHAIRMAN OF FRESHMEN ADVISERS. A. B., Wesleyan University, IS97. A. M., Columbia University, l904. Ph. D., Columbia University, l909. 'MEDWIN CARL LOTHER CLEMENS ROEDDER, fI,BK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF GERMAN PHILOLOGY. A. B., Grand Ducal Gymnasium, Baden, l89I. A. B., University of Michigan, IS93. A. M., University of Michigan, IS94. Ph. D., University of Michigan, l898. TTTEDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS, CIPFA, CPBK PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY. A. B., Coe College, l886. Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, l89l. EDWARD BUNKER SCHLATTER, KKK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES. A. 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'WTFREDERICK JACKSON TURNER, CDBK PROFESSOR OF AMERICAN HISTORY. A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1884. A. M., University of Wisconsin, 1888. Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1890. LL. D., University of Illinois, 1908. Litt. D., Harvard University, 1909. 13 ' -f,. " -' 3 ,, .-i' a t ". F " . 4 EDWARD BURR VAN VLECK, CIPNG, CIPBK PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS. A. B., Wesleyan University, 1884. A. M., Wesleyan University, 1887. Ph. D., University of Gijltingen, 1893. LL. D., Clarlc University, 1909. ERNST KARL JOI-IANN HEINRICH VOSS. PROFESSOR OF GERMAN PHILOLOGY. Ph. D., University of Leipzig, 1895. GEORGE WAGNER, KIFBK, EE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ZOOLOGY. Ph. C., University of Michigan, 1893. B. A., University of Kansas, 1899. M. A., University of Michigan, 1903. JAMES HENRI WALTON, JR., fI'AT, EE, SDH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY. S. B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1899. Ph. D., University of Heidelberg, 1903. WILLIAM LINN WESTERMANN. me, fm, QIDBK ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY. B. A., University of Nebraska, 1894. M. A., University of Nebraska, 1896. Ph. D., Berlin University, 1902. RAY HUGHES WI-IITBECK. EE' ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF GEOGRAPHY AND PHYSIOGRAPHY. A. B., Cornell University, 1901. WILLIAM HOLME WILLIAMS. PROFESSOR OFF HEBREW AND HELLENISTIC GREEK. A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1876. ALEXANDER NEWTCN WINCHELL, ,JN frm, QIHBK, 25 .xg PROFESSOR OF MINERALOGY AND PETROLOGY. ,' B. S., University of Minnesota, 1896. I 45? ,Z IVI. S., University of Minnesota, 1897. A Ph. D., University of Paris, 1900. EDWIN CAMPBELL WOOLLEY, exif ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH. A: B., University of Chicago, 1898. Ph. D., Columbia University, 1901. CORA STRANAI-IAN WOODWARD, ACID 9' ADVISER OF WOMEN. KARL YOUNG ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH. A. B., University of Michigan, 1901. A. M., Harvard University, 1902. "" T fu Ph. D., Hawata University, 1907. 'F' There are 147 Instructors and Assistants in the Coliege of Letters and Science. TOD. Ieave of absence for academic year, 1909-IO. :MOD leave of absence for academic year, 1909-10. """'3Resignation in effect at encl of academic year, 1909-10. .9 FREDERICK EUGENE TURNEAURE, EE, TBII DEAN or THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. C. E., Cornell University, 1889. Dr. Eng., University of Illinois, 1906. MURRAY CHARLES BEEBE, XNP, TBIT, EE PROFESSOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. B. S. E. E., University of Wisconsin, 1897. EDWARD BENNETT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. E. E., Western University of Pennsylvania, 1897. DEAN TURNEAURE. CHARLES FREDERICK BURGESS, Ben, TBII, EE PROFESSOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. B. S., University of Wisconsin, 1895. E. E., University of Wisconsin, 1898. ECI-IARLES HOWARD BURNSIDE, TBII ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MECHANICS. B. S., Columbia University, 1898. M. A., Columbia University, 1899. .ALEXANDER GRAHAM CHRISTIE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF STEAM ENGINEERING. B. S., University of Toronto. GEORGE JACOB DAVIS, JR., EE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING. C. E., Cornell University, 1902. FRANCIS THOMPSON HAVARD ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MINING METALLURGY. E. M., Freiberg University, 1901. ' EDWARD CHAPIN HOLDEN, CITA, EE PROFESSOR OF MINING ENGINEERING. B. S., College of the City of New York, 1893. E. M., Columbia University, 1896. GEORGE ALBERT l-IOOL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING S." B.. Mass. Institute of Teclmology, 1905. C. M. JANSKY ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. ROBERT MCARDLE KEOWN, KZ ASSISTANT PROFESSOR or MACHINE DESIGN. B. S., New Hampshire College, 1901. WILLIAM SPAULDING KINNE, CIDFA, TBII ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING. B. S. of C. E., University of Wisconsin, 1904. :':On leave of absence academic year, 1909-10. . - JOHN GIVAN DAVIS MACK, 'I'K3, THU. EE PROFESSOR OF MACHINE DESIGN. B. S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1887. IVI. E., Cornell University, 1888. EDWARD ROSE MAURER, KDA9, TIBTI PROFESSOR OF MECHANICS. B. C. E., Universitv of Wisconsin, 1890. DANIEL WEBSTER MEAD, TBII, EE: PROFESSOR OF HYDRAULIC AND SANITARY ENGINEERING. C. E., Cornell University, 1884. ADAM VANSE IVIILLAR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF DRAWING. S., University of I11inois, 1897. S., University of Illinois, 1901. WILLIAM DAVID PENCE, ATO, TBII, EEZ PROFESSOR or RAILWAY ENGINEERING. SP5 S., University of Illinois, 1886. E., University of I11inois, 1895. JAMES DAVID PHILLIPS, TIITI, EE PROFESSOR OF DRAWING. CFU FD sn SF mg' 27. 6: E257 1-2. rl-25" ,DS IH c U7 -1 F1 73 P7 mi -2 331 'E F1-I Uv! OO EE Ta Po rw go g'Tl SPF gm 091 OE O0 ??-3 UQ pm -5 Qu- Roz Kim 'r-1 E1 z F7 'B. S. E. E., University of Wisconsin, 1899. LEONARD SEWELL SMITH, B911 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF TOPDGRAPHIC AND GEODETIC ENGINEERING. B. S. C. E., University of Wisconsin, 1890. C. E., University of Wisconsin, 1895. CARL CLAPP TI-IOIVIAS, CITA, EE PROFESSOR OF STEAM ENGINEERING. M. E., Corne11 University, 1895. I-IALSTEN JOSEPH TI-IORKELSON, TBTI, EEZ ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF STEAM ENGINEERING. B. S. IVI. E., University of Wisconsin, 1898. M. E., University of Wisconsin, 1901. JOSEPH HENRY VOSSKUEI-ILER, ATQ, 25 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MACHINE DESIGN. IVI. E., Ohio State University, 1900. MORTON OWEN WITHEY, Xfb, CIPBK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MECHANICS. B. S., Dartmouth College, 1904. C. E., Thayer School of Civil Engineering, 1905. JAMES WEBSTER WATSON, QIPKE, TBIT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. B. S., University of Wisconsin, 1902. OLIVER PATTERSON WATTS, ANP, IIDBK, Z ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF APPLIED ELECTRO-CHEMISTRY. A. B., Bowdoin Co11ege,' 1889. A. M., Bowdoin Co11ege, 1892. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, 1905. There are 37 Instructors and Assistants in the College of Engineering. - THE LIBRARY. 15 I-1 '54 HARRY SANGER RICHARDS, QDBK, 'I'A'I', GKN DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF LAW. PROFESSOR OF LAW. Ph. B., University of Iowa, 1892. LLB., Harvard University, 1895. LL.D., University of Iowa, 1904. JAIRUS HAVLIN CARPENTER, IPAQ IVIORTIMER M. JACKSON EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF CONTRACTS. A. M., Yale University, 1874. LL. D., University of Wisconsin, 1876. WALTER WHEELER COOK. AKE, frm, CIJBK, OKN PROFESSOR OF LAW. A. B., Columbia University, 1894. A. M., Columbia University, 1899. LL. M., Columbia University, 1901. DEAN RICHARDSJ EUGENE ALLEN GILMORE, AKE, CIQBK, MA, GKN PROFESSOR OF LAW. A. B., De Pauw University, 1893. LL. B., Harvard University, IS99. CHARLES HENRY I-IUBERICI-I, Xfib, QJACIJ PROFESSOR OF LAW. LL. B., University of Texas, 1897. M. L., University of Texas, I898. D. C. L., Yale University, 1899. J. U. D., University of Heidelberg, 1905. LL. D., University of Melbourne, 1907. BURR W. JONES, APT, 'IUAKP PROFESSOR OF LAW. A. B., University of Wisconsin, I870. A. M., University of Wisconsin, 1871. LL. B., University of Wisconsin, 1871. WILLIAM UNDERHILL MOORE, EX, fIJAfI', 9 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LAW. A. B., Columbia University, 1900. A. M., Columbia University, 1901. i LL. B., Columbia University, 1902. JOHN MEYERS OLIN, fPBK PROFESSOR OF LAW. A. B., Williams College, 1873. A. M., Williams College, 1876. LL. B., University of Wisconsin, I879. JOHN BELL SANBORN. '-PAQ LECTURER IN LAW. B. L., University of Wisconsin, 1896. M. L., University of Wisconsin, 1897. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, 1899. EHOWARD LESLIE SMITH, B911 'PAQ PROFESSOR OF LAW. A. B., University of Wisconsm, ISSI. LL. B., University of Wisconsin, 1885. a'On leave of absence academic year, 1909-10. KN A A HARRY LUMAN RUSSELL. QBK. 25. AZ DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. B. S., University of Wisconsin, 1888. M. S., University of Wisconsin, 1890. Ph. D., johns Hopkins University, 1892. ALEXANDER SEPTIMUS ALEXANDER PROFESSOR OF VETERINARY SCIENCE. F. H. A. S., University of Edinburgh, 1882. M. D. C., University of Chicago, 1897. STEPHEN MOULTON BABCOCK, GAX, AZ ASSISTANT DIRECTOR AND CHIEF CI-II-:MIST OF THE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATION. PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. A. B., Tufts College, 1866. Ph. D., University of Gfittingen, l879. LL. D., Tufts College, 1901. EDWARD I-IOLYOKE FARRINGTON, AZ, EE PROFESSOR OF DAIRY I-IUSBANDRY. B. S., University of Maine, 1881. M. S., University of Maine, 1883. JAMES GARFIELD FULLER, AZ ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY. B. S. Agr., University of ,Wisconsin, 1904. JAMES G. I-IALPIN - ASSISTANT PROFESSOR or POULTRY I-IUsBANDRY. B. S. H., Cornell-University, 1905. EDWIN BRET I-IART, EE PROFESSOR or AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. B. S., University of Michigan, IB97. y EDWIN GEORGE HASTINGS, ZAE, EE. AZ ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL BACTERIOLOGY. B. S., Ohio State University, 1898. KIRK LESTER HATCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR or AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION CU UUJ UU . S. Agr., University of Wisconsin, 1909. ,FWILLIAM ARNON HENRY EMERITUS PROFESSOR or AGRICULTURE. . Agr., Cornell University, 1880. . Agr., University of Illinois, I904. Sc., University of Vermont, l904. Sc., University of Michigan, 1907. mon leave of alasence M. S., University of Wisconsin, 1899. DEAN RUSSELL. A . ' I, . ' . '-:rr-2 fe-'IW'-I Iss '. ' ' ' f . .. . 5 , . ., , . .. .- 1 . - A : 914.1 - A. -ie. - - - .Ea+,.,. 4- G ., 1-Q..-.1.,.g.,:v1-f:Si,frm-,4.,.,,..,sM,-,,,g4,.,,,,-wh. , liaisf fr.,- ,, f,s2.a s. :w.. . .M - ssois- A-, sa.i m u f -, Am -, i w , -s.W - A3 - -, DANIEL HENRY OTIS ASSISTANT TO DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. PROFESSOR OF FARM MANAGEMENT. B. S., Kansas Agricultural College, I892. M. S., Kansas Agricultural College, I897. ' JOHN LANGLY SAMMIS, SAT A ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF DAIRY I-IUSBANDRY. B. S., University of Illinois, IS97. M. S., University of Illinois, I899. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, I906. CHARLES WILLIAM STODDART, U BOI1, KIJBK, 25, AXE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF SOILS. , A. B., Columbia University, l900. I A. M., Columbia University, I90I. RESIDENCE OF DEAN RUSSELL. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, I909. HENRY CHARLES TAYLOR PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS. GEORGE COLVIN HUMPHREY, AZ B. S. Ag., Iowa State College, lS96. PROFESSOR OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY. M. S. Ag., Iowa State University, l898. B. S., Michigan Agricultural College, l90l. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, I902. EL. R. JONES A. R. WHITSON PROFESSOR OF SOILS. PROFESSOR OF PLANT PATI-IOLOGY. EDWARD RICHARD JONES, AZ ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF SOILS. FRITZ WILHELM WOLL, 35 3. S. Aw, University of Wisconsin, 1905. PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. M. S., University of Wisconsin, I908. B. S., University of Norway, I882. CARL EMIL LEE, EE Ph. B., University of Norway, IBS3. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF DAIRY I-IUSBANDRY. Lglwerslif' off Xgfconslfl' 'ffij B. S., North Dakota Agricultural College, IS97. ' " mversly O Isconsm' ' M. S., University of Wisconsin, l909. f 'd f F b I, I9l0. ELMER VERNER MCCOLLUM In 'es' me a 'E' e 'um ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AGRICULTURAL GI-IEMISTRY. There are 37 Instructors and Assistants in the B. A., University of Kansas, 1903. College of Agriculture. - M. A.,' University of Kansas, I904. Ph. D., Yale University, I906. ' GEORGE McKERROW SUPT. OF FARMERS' INSTITUTES. ABBY L. MARLATT. PROFESSOR OF I-IOME ECONOMICS. M. S., K. State College, l890. RANSOM ASA MOORE PROFESSOR OF AGRONOMY. JAMES GARFIELD MOORE, AZ ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF HORTICULTURE. M. S., Michigan Agricultural College, l905. M. Hort., Michigan Agricultural College, I909. . CHRISTAIN P. NORGORD, AZ ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF AGRONOMY. B. S. Agr., University of Wisconsin, I906. CHARLES ALBERT OICOCK, AZ 1 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. ' B. S., University of Illinois, l904. , RESIDENCE OF, JOHN M. OLIN. 18 CHARLES RUSSELL BARDEEN, EE'- DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. . PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY. A. B., Harvard University, 1893. M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897. BENNET MILLS ALLEN, AKE, fDBK, EE, 1' ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY. Ph. B., De Pauw University, l898. Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1903. HAROLD C. BRADLEY, AT, 25 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PI-IYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. A. B., University of California, 1900. Ph. D., Yale University, 1905. CHARLES HENRY BUNTING, BGH, NEN, E PROFESSOR OF PATI-IOLOGY. B. S., University of Wisconsin, 1896. M. D., Johns Hopkins University, l90I. ARTHUR SOLOMON LOEVEN1-IART, IIPBK, PROFESSOR OF PI-IARMACOLOGY AND TAXICOLOGY. B. S., Kentucky State University, 1898. M. S., Kentucky State University, 1899. Nl, D., Johns Hopkins University, 1903. WILLIAM SNOW MILLER, EE ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY. , M. D., Yale University, 1879. DEAN BARDEEN 1 There are I7 Instructors ancl Assistants in. the College of Medicine. 19 EUGENE LUENING ACTING DIRECTOR, SCHOOL OF MUSIC. FLETCHER ANDREW PARKER, CPA9 EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. Grad. in Music, Boston School of Music, 1868. There are 6 Instructors and Assistants in the School of Music. Other Ofticers WILLIAM DIXONLHIESTAND ARTHUR PEABODY. TEH REGISTRAR or TI-IE UNIVERSITY. . . SUPERYISING ARCHITECT' SECRETARY OF THE FACULTY' B. S., University of Illinois, 1882. MAURICE ERVE IVICGAEFREY I-UCIEN 5- iIifiRT5f M9 SECRETARY or THE REGENTs. ' , WALTER MCMYNN SMITH, AT ALBERT WILSON MCCONNELL ' LIBRARIAN. SUPT. or BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. B. A., University of Wisconsin, 1890. . Universit Extension Division Y LOUIS EHRHART REHER, QPKE, fIPKfI1, EE FRANK AVERY HUTCHINS, BGH DIRECTOR or UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. SECRETARY, DEBATING AND PUBLIC DISCUSSION. B. S., Pennsylvania State College, 1880. lvl. s.. Pennsylvania State College, less. , CFQIRIL M' JANSKY N E ING Sc. D., Pennsylvania State College, 1908. B 3555-call-:Sig,R2Ik'li,?ilf1ig:il ELECTRICAL ENG! E R ARTHUR BEA-TTY WILLIAM HENRY LIGHTY, KE G ASSQISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH- SECRETARY OF CORRESPONDENCE STUDY. B. A., University of Toronto, 1893. Ph, Bn Cornell University, 1894, Ph. D., Columbia University, 1897. ' ' EARLE BERTRAM NORRIS, KPTA, CPKQ WAYLAND JOHNSON CHASEAT ASSISTANT PRo,EEssoR or MECHANICAL ENGINEERING .ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF HISTORY. B- 5-I PCWTSYIVBUI? State College, 1904, A' Bw Brown University, I887. M. E., Pennsylvania State College, 1908. A. M., Brown University, 1890. BENJAMIN MCKIE RAST-ALL, QFA GEORGE ALBERT I-IOOL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING. Ph. B., Colorado College, 1901. I M. A., Colorado College, 1903. S. B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, 1906. There -are 29 Instructors and Assistants in the Extension Division 20 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. H A ii., -I , B , 6 ,..,,,-,,, New Members of the Faculty EDWAIKD BENNETT, E. E. Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. Graduated in IS97 from the Western University of Pennsylvania receiving the degree of E. E. IS97-8 practical experi- ence in electrical engineering. In 1899 engaged in research worlc for the Xvestinghouse Company. IBQ9-l904 interested in the development of the Nernst lamp, and Chief Electrician for the Nernst Lamp Company. 1904 engaged in. consulting and contracting work in Pittsburg. 1905 manager and head electrician for the National Electric Signalling Company. In I906 became connected with the Telluride Institute, acting as instructor of mathematics. Inventor of the first multi-path lightning arresters, also awarded silver medal by the Jury of Awards of the St. Louis Exposition, for work on the Nernst lamp. .ALEXANDER GRAHAM CHRISTIE. Assistant Professor of Steam Engineering. Born at Manchester, Ontario, Nov. l9t.h, ISSO. Graduated from Port Perry High School, Ontario, and from the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Course of the University of Toronto. Spent three years with the Westinghouse Machine Co. at East Pittsburg, Penn. Had charge Steam Turbine exhibits at the St. Louis Exhibition. Accepted position as Instructor of Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University. In 1905 erecting engineer for Allis-Chalmers Co. Appointed Assistant District Engineer for Eastern Division, Assistant Superintenden.t of Construction, and later Chief Engineer of Company. Rf-:signed to follow desire for work of a scientific nature. U SILAS EVANS, A. B., A. M., B. D. Assistant Professor of Hebrew anct Hellenistic Creek. Born at Scranton, Pennsylvania. Graduated from Ripon College in l898, talking the degree of A. B. In l900 tool: the degree of A. M. at Princeton University. In 1901 took the degree of B. D. at Princeton Seminary. Instructor at Park College, Mo., during the years i903-9. JAMES G. HALPIN, B. S. A. Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry. Born at Ocessa. New York. Graduated from Cornell University in l905. taking the degree of B. S. A. Instructor in charge Poultry Husbandry at Rhode Island State College, l9U5 and l906. Instructor in Poultry Husbandry at Michigan Agricultural College in 1907. Assistant Professor of Poultry at M. A. C. in l908. Author of various bulletins and articles on poultry. FRANCIS THOMPSON HAVARD, E. M. Assistant Professor of Mining and Metallurgy. Born at Queensland, Australia, l878. Educated in Australia and Germany. Received the degree of E. M. in l90l. During l902 and 1903 chemist and night superintendent of the Great Falls Smeltery of the Boston and Montana Copper Mining Co. 1903-1906, Manager of Awhalt Lead and Silver Works at Silberhuette, Germany. 1906-1908, Smelter Manager of Coupipa Mining Co. of Chili. Returned to U. S. in t908 and acted in capacity of Metallurgy Expert for U. S. Smelting, Mining and Refining Co. Member of American Institute of Mining Engineering and Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. ' ' i GEORGE ALBERT I-IOOL, S. B. Assistant Professor of Structural Engineering, University Extension Division. Born at Lawrence, Mass., in ISBI. Graduated from Lawrence High School. Received the degreee of S. B. at Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology in 1905. 1905-l906, worked for the New York Central R. R. l906-l907, connected with the New York State Engineering Department. For next two years in charge of the Department of Civil Engineering. with title of Professor, at the University of Oklahoma. ' 21 P. Q -Us . tk is wir , . . - . , -,si fe- 1, -ste.. :, ,1.-4, ,.,.,--.1,,.f,,-, is-g,,f.,,:,,,,,: CHARLES HENRY HUBERICI-I, LL. B., M. L., D. C. L., U. D., LL. D. Professor of Lani. Born at Toledo, Ohio. Studied at University of Texas, taking the degree of LL. B. and M. L. in I897 and 1898 respectively. Took the degree of D. C. L. at Yale in 1899, the degree of U. D. at Heidelberg in 1905, and the degree of-LL. D. at the University of Melbourne in 1907. Instructor and afterwards adjunct Professor of Political Science and Law, University of Texas, I900-1905. Assistant Professor of Law, Leland Stanford University, 1906-7. Professor of Law at same in 1908. University of Chicago, summer session, 1908. Fraternities: Chi Phi, Phi Delta Phi. Author of Trans-Isthruian Canal, Commercial Law of Australia, and other works on commercial law. LEWIS RALPH JONES, PH. B., PH. D. . Professor of Plant Pathology. Born at Brandon, Wis., Dec. Sth, 1864. Graduated from Ripon College in 1886. Took the degree of Ph. B. and Ph. D. at the University of Michigan in 1889 and 1904 respectively. Professor of Botany at the University of Vermont in 1900. Member of N. E. Botanical Club. Author of various botanical reports and scientific papers. 5 EUGENE LUENING. Director of the Department of Music. Born in Milwaukee, 1852. Attended High School until sixteenth year. Studied in Europe, attending conservatories of music in Leipzig and Berlin, and receiving diplomas from them. Returned to Milwaukee and was Director of Milwaukee Musical Societies for twenty years. Spent the next six years in Europe, studying in Paris, Italy and Vienna. Composed an overture which has been played by the Thomas Orchestra, also a piece called "In Memoriam," dedicated to President Garfield. Has composed many other songs and pieces for the orchestras, solos, and the organ. ALICE L. MARLATT, M. A. S. Professor of Home Economics. Born at Manhattan, Kansas. Graduated from Kansas State College, taking the degree of M. A. S. Instructor at Kansas State College in 1900. Professor at Utah College. Assistant Principal of Technical Hich School of Providence, Rhode Island, 1908. Member of American Chemical Society and of Home Economics Society. BENJAMIN MCKIE. RASTALL, PH. D., PH. B., M. A. Associate Professor of Business Administration. . Born at Schuilerville, N. Y., Jan. 19th, 1880. Graduated from High School there, then. took undergraduate work at Colorado College. Received degree of Ph. B. and M. A. in 1901 and 1903 respectively. Received degree of Ph. D. at University of Wisconsin in 1905. Instructor of Mathematics at Wisconsin. Professor of Economics at University of Minnesota, 1908 and 1909. Phi Beta Kappa, Colorado College. Author of the Labor History of the Cripple Creek District. RAY HUGHES WHITBECK, A. B. Y Assistant Professor of Ceography and Physiography. Born at Rochester, New Yo-rk. Graduated from Comell University in 1901, taking the degree of A. B. Took honors in Physiographlc Geology. Member of Sigma Xi Fraternity. Supervisor in New Jersey State Normal School, Trenton, N. Lecturer in Geography at Adelphi College, Brooklyn, New York, prior to coming to University of Wiscomin. Member of Cornell Summer School Faculty, 1902-1907. Summer School Faculty, University of Wisconsin, 1908. ff-.211 e ' ffnnwgwfwg r' - sawr.'osrs,ree,-'F -- V . as-f--eff: wg --t . f--Q - -A .. .- Y- . . . . . . ,. ., . .. , s 'L I E up . ,- . 1, ., . , . 1:2 it E . . L1 . . - THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. 22 Q X' sf-,",-., 4, 'V '.::-.' .:,- ,, -'-' S ' 23 'Wg , V -,U , . 'gy i 7:4 lx X . N XM ' :,p." .A ' ' .lfrfl , wx N H. , I 'I ' , 1 . YV H .Nr W wins? .- M ' , . Iwi' . .. r I fr f. A K V -4- X .6 .gurl-. 1 , 25 ' .-.,A'. ,QM 4:00 l0:00 2:30 6:15 Il:00 9:00 l0:00 Commencement Week, 1909 BACCALAUREATE. EXERCISES Sunday, func 20 p. m.-The Armory .............................. Address by President Van Hise CLASS DAY . Monday, func 21 THE IVY EXERCISES a. m. THE HILL Address of Welcome ............................ . .Gustave W. Buchen Ivy Planter ........... ............. .... I7 r ancis H. Zentner Ivy Oration ........ ..... C onrad P. Olson Ivy Ode ........................,................ .... C lara M. Cronin Farewell to Buildings ....................,........ P .... ..... E ric W. Austin THE CLASS EXERCISES p. m. THE ARMORY Music ....... ..............................,...... G eorge Graebner Class Histo 3 Louis A. Coorsen ry """""' "" I ohanna Rossberg Leipnitz Oration .................... .....,... K enneth F. Burgess Farewell to Underclassmen. .. ......,... Alice M. Grover Junior Response ........... ..'f ...... Frank E. Boyle Class Statistics. . . .... . . ........ Chester E.. Rightor Music .............. .. .... Barbara H. Klinefelter Oration .................. -Charles C. Pearce Presentation of Memorial ..... Arthur H. Robertson Acceptance for Faculty ,... ..... P rof. E.. B. Skinner Farewell to Faculty ........ ...................... . .Hubert O. Wolfe Farewell Address ................................... ..... G ustave W. Buchen p. m. FULLER OPERA HOUSE Dad, "The Freshman" ..... ' .......................... ..... T he Class Play p. rn. LOWER CAMPUS Pipe of Peace Oration ........................... ..... L eo F. Tiefenthaler Junior Acceptance ..... .................... . .Kenneth G. Olson ALUMNI DAY Tuesday, june 22 THE HILL a. m ........ : .... . ..................... Unveiling of the Lincoln Statue Dedicatory Ode... ....................... Dr. William Ellery Leonard Address ........ ............................... R ichard Lloyd Jones UNIVERSITY HALL a. m. ..... . .- .......... Annual Business Meeting of Alumni Association 26 Q' lt 5361 3' fa?-"' " . - . L ' . I' 'I t it . . ' f ' l ' ' -' ' u ,- . . - .ap . ,....a..,.... ,..e,ea, .- ' . , - ' -, V , ...luv r - Z .. . THE ARMORY 6:30 p. m ............................................. ....... A lumni Dinner Dr. Albert Ochsner, '84 .............................. ..... T oastmaster FULLER OPERA HOUSE 8:l5 p. m ..... ................ D ad, "The Freshman," Second Performance COMMENCEMENT DAY Wednesday, func 23 THE HILL 8:45 a. m .... ...........,.......... .... U n iversity Procession THE ARMORY 9:30 a. m ......................................... ..... C ommencement Exercises lVlusic-Grand March, by Chr. Bach. Prayer ............................ .... T he Rev. Mr. Updilce Music-The Rosary, by Nevin. "The International Club Movementl' .... ......... L ouis P. Lochner "Increased Food Supply" ............ ..... F rederick Musbaclc "The Trial Judge" ............... ........ G uy A. Benson Music-Bandinage, by Herbert. "The Public Service of the Engineer ..... Franklin Natwiclc ' "Security for Industrial Peace" ..... ............. E dwin E. Witte Music-Solo for Piccolo, selected .... . ........... Mr. Charles Woempner Address, "The New Patriotism" .............. President Charles R. Van Hise Music-Song of the Ratcharmer, by Nuenendorfer. Conferring of Degrees. Music-lVlinerva-lntermezzo, by Chiaffarelli. Conferring of the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws. Announcements. Benediction. THE ARMORY 2:45 p. rn .... ................................. ..... O r chestral Concert ' Bach's Symphony Orchestra - THE PRESIDENTS HOUSE 4:00 p. m .... .........,.......... R eception by President and Mrs. Van Hise THE ARMORY 8:30 p. m .... .................,... A lumni Reception and Promenade l0:00 p. m. ................................ ....... .................... A l umni Ball 27 A ' ' " ,, , , ' N.-11' i",mlz,gL, 1 " ' 1 ' . , V- ,. . . '. 1, -, ' ag.,: U ,,,,A:5,45 gf' 1,4 1 5 :Q .5 , I, Q,-.:.,3,,'.-.-1,1.,1,51., g4,V53,.,,' ,,:,-,M,g,,5,s- AS, 1 '- 5 I Q '-my' Q. +1 " QU f- Q -'--.mf 0,15-Q.f, -A -afz,f.:f., V,ALM1-::u,.fwwQ-Af "- va- -Q,-, 2 f ' f we-,a..24 -v'4ee.:s:f,s5w1fuf::zMa: ,i4 1' 6:35,-1' .xasassm "2,0,x A-::'2:11-aim-4.1 - mm-e ffxcnrz W ?" ':-FYI? ' YN " v4 ' . .4-,.-- Q, 9 .KM-..i4 'pynwwzi 'fx 28 K7 A lf --.. ,A, fi-i .,,. .., A, ,, , aff, f A S I? 'ff' X -"" . X 15 ii 'V J, Z' - X 6,,,f0 .J CHA P. Z 'Lu K THE H X I N FN X Mdwkxw ff 1 ?llf'i?fE4E?1 -T 7 W 1 ww gl -l. of ' KL ' .F 5 1 ,,,.i,.......- A i , l iffw1"f-ii'-1i ,2T, .QQii!f ,f ,f J X - TT ,-Y ' -r'!,,., f W4 Q41 ,xx-dj ff f ff! f f f ff J ,W f, . 4 ff f-F-ff-Tak. ,f,44'76'?!"' .ff7 . A It Q, 6,5!Zffgf41f,4 lzfffyilf , - A if .,. 7 ' Q-f'f ,f fZ f f ff f Y --1+ 1.5" 'kj' 'X ' ff XTYF Q .4124 1' 4' , , -if WH ' Z2 ffif QJIW4: - .!6lZf!f,Z5: -., - L - 4f.J1'i'.1 "iZ!lWg!E55 , f ,X , f , ,L - f Z ,.,:2-nga. i f PHIPPS 29 Q ws - , Q Q' 1 is H' Y'Q"E4 ,:l'1"Qf2' First Semesler. Harry Culver ....... ...... Class of 1910 OFFICERS ........,.Rol:Jer! A. Fucili Grace M. Griffin .... ..... l st Vicg:-President Ciriaii' if iilfclrivlf. Robert A. Fucil-:. y .... .....Treasurer.... William H. Wilt .... . .. 30 Zncl Vice-President ..... . . . ....... Secretar .Sergeant-at-Arms COLOR Green Yi-:LL Soak 'em Again! Soak 'em Again! Varsity! Varsity! Nineteen Ten! . President ....... .... Second Semcsler. .Francis R. Duffy . . .Leslie B. Weed . . .Kemper Slidell . .Charles M. Nash . . . .Harry Culver mv. sf The , 11 Ia Cl C1.93g6'15 W ,Q .ts.Jf . 4-in ,,. ,,. ...:...- 9.1.-.. .-...zu--al Senior Committees FIRST SEMESTER CLASS PLAY Francis R. Duffy, Chairman George H. Mills Gertrude C. Kennedy Milton Blair Gordon S. Falk SENIOR SWING-OUT William H. Witt, Chairman Harry M. Brandell Kenneth G. Olsen Harlan M. Whisman Orrin P. Peterson Paul S. Godfrey CAP AND GOWN Samuel Kerr, Jr., Chairman Elinor Stephens Helen M. Fitch Mary R. McKee Fanny W. Carter Mary Cary Marian Vvhidden Hiram E. Gingrich Amos King SECOND SEMESTER EXECUTIVE ' Oscar Nadeau, Chairman Sidney Dudgeon Raymond Zillmer Maurice Needham Marion John Atwood john Wilce Henry A. Sumnicht INVITATION George Luhman. Chairman Nvilliam Klinger Lisle Hollister Elizabeth Hofstetter Pearl Dinan MEMORIAL Hugo Herring, Chairman Edward Gleason Albert Michelson John H. Curtis Hazel Farrington Frances Shattuclc Gretchen Ruedebusch SENIOR MEN'S DINNER James S. Thompson, Chairman Reuben Trane Peter Murphy George Dacey Allen Simpson CLASS DAY OFFICIALS Address of Welcome ..........,..........,........... Francis R. Duffy lvy Planter ........... ..... A lbert Thompson lvy Oration ........ lvy Ode ............. .................. Farewell to Buildings .... Class History ........... Class Day Oration ........ Farewell to Underclassmen.. Junior Response .....,.... . . . . .Ralph Birchard, Class Statistics ............. Presentation of Memorial .... Farewell Address .......... ....l..eslie A. Bechtel Frances Durbrow Peter Murphy Pearl Richardson Monte Appel . ' 'fff f f f f f f ' 'ff f fi.Qi.g shenkenbefg Samuel Barber .Lisle Hollister Carl F. Naifz Francis R. Duffy Class Play Business Manager... i. i. i. i. I. Kenneth G. Olsen . ..... Benj Pipe of Peace Oration ..... Junior Acceptance ......... 31 amln F. Springer . . . ..... William H. Spohn ' QTEK ,,vv .Y . . ,V , Y , ' v - 7 J " - 11-1 I 1-Ulu. 2- fx 1' ' f ' V. I -4 1' . , . . , . , , i ,mpg 1,5 15, 3 w,,g.g,.,,: ' . 'L-9 E,-:ii 561224: .QAV ,,.W. , . - , , , Vg 5,-. - 41,5 mf 1 5 ' f3:..g' 4 A -.3553 4-,,r H -'img ' 27i:Nw:u!, 5 A x3x Q , 2g,:,,qQg,,h4QLs,,55g:11.,A 0,1 w -' f-:Irv-zwva' QL-.c--A -A-vi:-. www -A x . v ff- - N - - , .G in w -, 1 -4 IN THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE r 32 Q43 Ba ClgC1 QQ' I. . . A-., .-li m i 5 .e...,,e. , . a in g . .... 1. 1 a ....,1 J.. ...J A- ,'-- ' . . .. . ' - -f e- .4 EVELINE PATIENCE ABBOTT, KA9 Madison. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Tennyson's Life and Art." "A woman's greatest power is in sincerity." FLORENCE AMELIA ADAMS "Flossie." Mukwonago. Entered as a Sophomore from Carroll College. Letters and Science. Castalia, Sec. QD, junior Ex. UD, joint Winner junior Open QQ, Final Oratorical Consumers' League, S. Ct. A. Board Thesis: uprochromosomes and chromosome reduction in capsella fShepherd's Pursejf' "To know her was a liberal education." ' ROBERT WARREN ADAMS Cambria. Y Entered as a Junior from Oshkosh Normal. ' Letters and Science. Thesis: "Oil of Wintergreen from Gaultheriaf' "Nor knowest thou what argument thy life to thy neighbor's creed hath lent." LOUIS VVILLIAM ALLARD "Lew." Laurel, Mont. Entered as a junior from Mont. State College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Effect of Chronic Copper Poisoning on Metabolism." "A grave and thoughtful youth 4 Of fine and generous mould, in truth." CARLTON HARRISON ALLEN "Bick." Belleville. Mechanical Engineering. Hesperia, Student Branch A. S. M. E. Thesis: "The Precipitation of'Tar from Producer Gas by Means of an Electric Condenser." "You can't be an engineer unless you smoke. That's why I learned." JESSIE ALLEN "Jess" Cambridge. . Entered as a Junior from Carroll College. Q Letters and Science. Thesis: "A Criticism of the Translation of Emilia Galotti as Found in the Democratic Review." - "A maiden meek and mild." I 33 5 Z -. ,A , . . , ' ' .. " ' ' '-" 4 ' Q ' -'f'2p?'f5'.-5' L,,..::Q5-fs2.,':f 'M' 'z A 4 . MARY LOUISA ALLEN, IVIFB ' Lake Geneva. Letters and Science. Thesis: 'iMarot"s Translation of the Colloquy of Erasmus iL'Abbe et la Femme Sarantef " "W'ho deserves well needs not another's praise." N f WALTER C. ANDREWS, AXE "Stub." Baraboo. Entered as a Sophomore from Oberlin College. Chemical Engineering. ' Badger Board, W. W. Daniells Chemical Society, U. W. Engineers Club, Pres. U. W, E. Club Q-43, Engineers Minstrels Thesis: "Life Test and Calibration of Some Thermocouplesf' "My God! but you've got luck." CALLA ADELAHDE ANDRUS, AEA "Babe." Madison Letters and Science. Thesis: "Love and Friendship in Grillparzers Life and Works. "I'm just the right size." n ANGELA JOSEPHINE ANTHONY, lIPBK "Frenchy." Milwaukee. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Hauptman as a Realist." ' . "But the're's nothing half so sweet in lite as Love's young dream." ' MONTE FIORE APPEL, AKE, IDAT, AEP "Senator." Huron. S. Dakota. Letters and Science. Iron Cross, Yellow Helmet, Class Pres. Sergeant Daily Cardinal: Associate Editor QD, Editor in Chief C103 Philomathia, Freshman Blow Out, Sophomore Semi-Public. Joint Debate QD, Pres. Nebraska- Wisconsin Debate QLD: Student Conference C35 and 145: Student Court Thesis: "Tariff Law of l909." ' "His head shineth from afar, and the tongue therein is silver." 1 HAZEL APPLEBY Madison. Letters and Science. Pythia, Y. W. C. A. , V Thesis: "Character Sketch of Agrippina I." "She has many nameless virtues " "7 34 'A ' : . t it q it 'AQV h i fi O 1 Q' Q' if MARION JOHN ATWOOD "Tat," "lVlary." Madison. Letters and Science. Badger Board, Press Club Q31 Thesis: "Economic Conditions in Wisconsin.at the Outbreak of the Civil War.' "You know, the Kappas almost rushed Marion." WALTER MYRON ATWOOD "Doc," Madison. Pharmacy. Athena, F. B. Powers' Pharmaceutical Club. Class Historian. l906 Associate Editor Cardinal, l905. Blowout Closer, Semi-public Closer. Xvinner Steensland Wisconsin Debate. ' Thesis: "Ginseng, the Necromancer of Drugdomf' "On love and other minor things he's Post-ed." ALBERT A. AXLEY, EE "Axe." x Cleveland. Letters and Science. Philomathia, Caduceus. ' Thesis: "The Pathological Changes and the Location of Copper in the and Kidney of the Rabbit on Chronic Copper Poisoning." "The secret of success is constancy to purpose." KING MYRON BACON I "Bake" Antigo. Law. Class Basketball QD, Thesis: ulnchoate Instruments." "The bacon what ani." DOUGLAS FLOYD BAILEY ..F D., River Falls. Entered as a Senior from Ripon College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "A Histological Comparison of the Wood of Several Oaks." "Although I don't know much, l knew where to finish my college course OSCAR W. BAIRD g "King Oscar." River Falls. Entered as a Junior from River Falls Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "A Comparison of the Fabry and Perot, ferometersf' 'iwanting to work is so rare a merit that it should be encouraged." and the Lummer 35 Prize Debate, lowa- Liver Inter- ARNO LOUIS BALLSCI-INEIDER Sheboygan. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Globe Photometesf' "So holt und schoen unt rein. JOHN HERMAN BARTH "Zip." Port Washington. Civil Engineering. Civil Engineering Society. Thesis: "Investigation of the Flow of Water Through, Pump Valves." "Something serious has happened.-my affinity hasn't passed the Engineering Building this morning." CHARLES LYNN BARTLETT uBart.'7 Milwaukee. Civil Engineering. Thesis: "Strength of Nail Joints." "Come what will I will keep my faith with friend and foe." ' WALTER s. BARTLETT, xx "Wallie." Milwaukee. Letters and Science. Skull and Crescent, Class Track CID, QD, Class Football QD, Class,Basketball QD, Class Crew QU. Chairman Sophomore Smoker QD, Junior Prom Committee QD, Badger Boat Club QQ, QD, QD, President Thesis: "Inequality of the Personal Property Tax in Wisconsin." "I prefer to belong to the intellectual rather than the numerical majority." PHINEAS WELLES BEASLEY "Phin." Marshalltown, Iowa. Civil Engineering. Engineers' Minstrels Thesis: "Design of and Specifications for Laying the Tile Mains for Story County fIa.j Drainage District No. l9." "Love and a red nose can't be hid." LESLIE ANDREW BECI-ITEL Madison. Entered as a Sophomore from Montana State College. Letters and Science. Athena, Sec. and Treas., Semi-public Debate, Alternate Intercollegiate l909. Thesis: "Fluctuations in the London Money Market for l900." "There is an. unspeakable pleasure attending the life of a voluntary student." 36 J, .D W' . f'i A " k ' g ' ' 'T ' ,a.f ftmcf A in .1,,,' f JOSEPH LEON BEDNAREK "Bed" l J Beaver Dam. Law. 9 Athena, Forum-Columbia. Thesis: "The Power of Corporations to, Deal in Its Own Stock, and Stock of Other Corporations." t "He learns the laws and obeys them." BENJAMIN SANFORD BEECHER, KIPAG "Parson" Peoria, Illinois. Entered as a Junior from Bradley Polytechnic. Letters and Science. Badger Board, Athena Q33 'Varsity Glee Club QU, Commonwealth Club OJ HJ, Junior Class Play f4J, Haresfoot Play Thesis: 'ACauses of Increase of Divorce." "Come on guys, lets sing 'Silvery Threads Among the Grey. vt. CHARLES JAMES BELSKY, TBH Dubuque, Iowa. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Comparison of Regulation and Efficiency Tests on D. C. Machines." "Dubuque, like Russia, has more than one 'sky'." ARTHUR EARL BEN NETT "Bennie" Crandon. Civil Engineering. Cross Country Team OD, C. E. Society. Thesis: "An Accurate Determination of the Stiffness of Standard Rail Sections." uYou see, I'm not much of a fusserf' BENJAMIN FLOYD BENNETT, ATQ "Ben," Jeannette, Penn. Chemical Engineering. Thesis: 'AThe Corrosion of Iron Alloys." HA man who lives at the 'Irvingf lives in style," BERNARD BERSENBRUGGE "Bersse," "Barney." Rotterdam, Holland. Electrical Engineering. Aquatic Team QJ, U. W. Engineers Club MJ, Student Conference HJ, International Club GD, Treas. . H Thesis: "Experimental Investigation of Continuous Current Motor Starting. "No man is responzible for hiz name orr hiz donguef' 37 7 W .fm-. 1 ,. x f ' , . 4 ., r -' ' A -'-' c fl Q- . V " -111' ' ' fa'-.fa Q. L... ,, :Qs-rf.: f- ' ' " ,,"f3.2s.lul',rf:,:1.,'.-,J '-Qzissx-13: .15411:1-13:14,-.if1.'1ff -,113 -Q..-1.7:.1f'-24 HAROLD LE ROY BICKEL, AA-b "Bick." Racine. Commerce. Monastics: Junior Play, Business Manager: Badger Board, fraternity Council, Pres.: Student Conference Thesis: "The Departmentization of a Manufacturing Industry." "Best he's liked, that is alike to all." Prom., Inter- ROGER COLLINS BIGFORD "Big" Manawa. Commerce. Thesis: "The Shippers' Freight Departments." "Thats what I'm big for." ' RALPH BIRCHARD, CIPFA "Birch" Madison. Entered as a Sophomore from Armour Institute. General Engineering. Iron Cross, Sphinx, Student Court. Thesis: "The Interurban Railway as a Freight Carrier "Let's get together and get something done." MARION ORPI-IA BISSELL, X52 "Babe" ' Lodi. Letters and Science. . Thesis: "A Study of l'Iawthorne's Religious Ideas." "Like angel's visits, short and bright." MILTON JOHNSTONE BLAIR, fPKsI', WAT "Mit." l Chicago, Ill. Letters and Science. Skull and Crescent, Inner Gate, Yellow Helmet, Track Badger Board, 1 Badger Boat Club, Student Conference C31 QU, Haresfoot Club, Props UD, 1 Bus. Mgr. QD, Treas. GD, Pres. C41 Junior Class Play Committee CD, Senior Class Play Committee Thesis: "A Study of the Appointments to the Consular Service." "In spite of his fussing proclivities he is one prime prince." I GEORGE WASHINGTON BLANCHARD, EAE, fIvAA, fIPAT , "Blanch" Law- Colby. Iron Cross, Monastics, Asst. Editor Alumni Magazine, Nebraska-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Debate, Illinois-Wisconsin Debate, Committee of 25, Student Court, Union Committee, Student Conference GD Thesis: "The Effect of the Statute of Limitations on Amendments to Pleadingsf' I "Distinction is the consequence not the object of a great mind." 38 L -fm, - s XVILLIAM OSCAR BLANCHARD ucheckersf' Oshkosh. Entered as Junior from Oshkosh Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Photography of Spectra in the Ultra-Violet." "It's your move next." CLARK CLINTON BOARDMAN "Borge." New Richmond. Mechanical Engineering. Carnation Club, U. VV. Section A. S lVl. E.. Thesis: "Study of Gas Meter Variations." "At any rate, I will keep my part of the bargain LLOYD G. BONESTEEL, KE "Boni." Huron, South Dakota. Mining Engineering. Class Track Team UD, Sphinix, Band CU Mandolin Club 131, South Dakota Club, Mining Engineers Club. Thesis: i'Design and Details of a Compressed Air Plant." "In my four years I have been to but one dance. I pretend to despise the girls, but oh, how I adore the fair sex." LEONARD FRANCIS BOON, TBH "Bum," "Dan," "Daniel" Appleton. Civil Engineering. Civil Engineering Society, Treas. C41 Pres. Thesis: "Physical Valuation of the Madison Street Railway System." "A true friend is a friend forever." i 1 , ,us ' ELIZABETH VERA BORGMAN pf A QM-- Kewaunee. Letters and Science. Choral Union . . Thesis: yjulius Caesar in Shakespeare and in, History." "Be thine ownself always, And thou art loveable." AMY GOODRICI-I BOSSON ' Madison. Letters and Science. S. G. A. Board Thesis: "Nomination of United States Senators." "Oh see! She went to prom. with Arne Lerumf' 39 1 I I 1 f 1, . ,411 .fiilff f '1'if.1:fEi 2521-51 if ii " ,'.,, . ,' L.-N1,.!3Q '31,5.-,QVA7.S'!:.,,p3..,.-.,- l ANN HELEN BRADFORD "Braddie." Madison. Letters and Science. 1 Hockey C21 Q31 GU, Captain QD: Bowling QU C25 QD: Baseball QD C3 ' S. G. A. Board Thesis: "Official Life of William Shirley, Governor of Massachusetts." "Why wasn't she sent to japan with the baseball team?" . HARRY MCPHERSON BRANDEL, AA'1', EE ' "Lassie" Oshkosh. Letters and Science. Skull and Crescent, junior Class Play Committee, Edwin Booth Dramatic Club. Caduceus, 1 Thesis: "Muscle Carina of the Trachaef' "Two-fifths of him genius, ability the rest." F. EUGENIA BRANDT, KKI' Watertown. Letters and Science. Mystic Circle, Choral Union, Germanistiche Gesellschaft. Thesis: "Titus Andronicus, Shalcespeare's Version and Version of Other English Comedians." ' "A woman, and like all women, has frequent 'Quirlcs' of thought." EVA MAE. BRASURE Hartford. Letters and Science. Y. W. C. A. Thesis: "Reciprocal Relations Between the Arabs and Christians in the Holy and." ' "Who? Oh, that was Henry." f LILIAN BREITENSTEIN V ..L.l .. 1 . Madison. I Letters and Science. C Thesis: "A Criticism of the' American School and College Editions of Schillefs 'Jungfrau von Orleansf " "l'm rather inaccessible." JOHN DWIGHT BREWER, EX "Doc" Fort Atkinson. Letters and Science. Monastics, Inner Gate, Skull and Crescent, Soph. Football Team, Edwin Booth, Junior Play Thesis: "Corrupt Elective Methods." "He travels safe who is guided by love," -A 40 W Captain CZJQ Women's Athletic Association: Castaliag Consumer's League: ,fQx E i, !.', 1 A it cl gg e 1 Q Qs I JULIA LOUISE CLARKE BROOKINS "Dear Brookletf' Milwaukee Entered as a junior from Milwaukee Normal. Letters and Science. Club des Langues Romanes, English Club. Thesis: "The Work of Richard Cumberland." "Deign on the passing world to turn thine eyes and pause a while to be wise." ELIZABETH BROWN, il' ' uBun.ny." Madison. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Life and Poetry of Fransiois Villonf' from learning "A countenance in which did meet sweet records, promises as sweet." ELMER C. BROWN "Brownie" ' Manawa. Entered as a Junior from Stevens Point Normal. Letters and Science. Bandg Sec. and Treas. English Club. Thesis: "Roguery in Scott's Novels." "Most good things are done up in small packages." HARRY WILLARD BROWN, TAT, TAA Madison. Law. Thesis: "The Methods of Determining the Theory of a Cause of the Code." "A most ohliging man." HENRY BUCI-IER, TBI-I MI-Iank." Madison. Civil Engineering. I ' Thesis: "The Drainage of Nine Springs Marsh.4' "I-Ie lives in court." ALFRED NELSON BUDD, EAE, "Buddo." Milwaukee. Entered as a Senior from Kansas University. Letters and Science. . Thesis: "Addition Products of Pinene and Llmonene "Oh splash, that isn't the way we did it at Kansas." AXE 41 Action Under I - ,- 1 , as ., - 'f1.'-pf fs 15 Q ,..Wt, 4, 5 X - "I:-.2-, pw-::5':35v -1.':Eg-:agp.nz-sr.,,':Q,,:,.a:,1:4Curl .- 1-2.1-'efwg--g,,wgfsg X 31-. ' . f .- t..'-. -Q... :fa ..- .211 - ...- -me -:M 1 -1-f-. nf-..1-.1.1-el.:-ww:-. 4.w.:f....-W--.,w . . - . ff . ' - . . ,, -e ..,.-1 My 5-,g -f-V 3:15 E 2-3 2122" R55 ...g .,, --4 4,5111-a1:1.r.-v-ref 4.5-an-:: L1.'g:f.1.cr1f--f 9 ,-I .1::' -ef C, 4 riff: 5.1sz.efzs.'E.Izv.-3:-Vai. mm. egac asv as masse-pig-f.-.f-2--:35i:..,:a:+5 : g ,gy m-:if11.s:a,. were -'- .east unsafe- :a,..'!m..::.wiifssnat-..-.ei-cas, :w:.:.+s.an- i ETHEL LOCKOOD BUDD Madison. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Cicerols Attitude Toward Art." "Simple, yet neat." HARRY LOCKWOOD BUDD 'fBud." Madison. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Design of a Ballast for Tungsten Lamps." "l'll put a girdle about the earth in forty minutes." ABEL RALPH BUGBEE "Doa" Wausau. Entered as a Junior from Ripon College. Chemistry Course. Pres. W. W. Daniells Chem. Society. Thesis: "Electrolysis of Antimonyf' "I love, l love my 'Alma' mater." GEORGE THOMAS BULFIN Milwaukee. Commerce. Commercial Club. Thesis: "A Study of the London Money Market for the Year l907." "And so his name is Bulfm? I thought it was Bulfinch. so fitting you know." ' Bulfinch would be ELSIE REA BULLARD Milwaukee. ' Letters and Science. Cardinal CZJ, Woman's Press Club Thesis: "An Analysis of the Style of Richard Jefferies. 'il never did any reporting, but l've had lots of experience: ' u ADALINE RUTH BUMP "Bump." Albany. Entered as a Junior from Whitewater Normal. Letters and Science. Y. W. C. A. AX-l-B Thesis: "A Study of the lnvolution y I --in the Gauss Plane." CX-A "A 'Bump of Knowledgef " 42 . ', 5 . .. ,- .,,:- as-f.t"'i 4 S 1 Q Q EDWIN EUGENE BURKE "Colonel" Waukesha. Agriculture. Thesis: "Beef Production in Wisconsin." "You can't keep a good man down." WALTER CLEMENT BURNS "Stull" Oakfield. Letters and Science. F. B. Powers Pharmaceutical Society. Thesis: "The Ash Content of Stammoniumf' "I shall do nothing in malice." CATHERINE BERENICE. BYRNE "Kate" Madison. ' Letters and Science. Castalia. ' Thesis: Mfhe Delations at Rome." "Don't bore people by talking too much is my advice." XVALTER GAYNOR CALDWELL "Caldie." ' Pewaukee. Civil Engineering. Civil Engineering Society QD HJ, Lieut. Co. B. Fa-NJ Thesis: "The Design of a Steel Viaduct Over the Menomonee Valley, Milwaukee, Wis." "It is against my principles to contest a clear matter of right' MARIE A. CAREY, TTB "DooIey." . Sioux City, Iowa. Letters and Science. Mortar Board. "Black Bat." Thesis: "The Literature of Travel in Foreign Countries by American "Yes, both of us are Irish." FANNY WALBRIDGE CARTEIR, KK1' Hinsdale, Ill. Letters and Science. Authors." CirI's Glee Club Choral Union fl, GD, Treasurer S. G. A. Thesis: "Paleozoic Lithology of the Upper Mississippi Valley." "I-Ie's a fool who thinks by force or skill to turn the current of a wom 43 an's will." UEIFK . , .. , s .,.. . . -. .ff -fm.-'.v-11::'1-1f:'.1-' -1 -' -2 "if , .3 .. f' ,W - 1. , 2. fr: 5 v g- ,f -sg, . l. ', ., ,1 , sg-if . .. .-134. 1. aj-4 :', .,:f wh :tufts ..-,--5-' . .. ,.,, 3-f-,-..g1 r. ' . .-. .Q f f.:g,.3:,3g- may .ivy-5, . s-fy -1. When?- t:1f"-. . .. ' f '1-.Ts-f.r'z.-xr:-.-:H i-:-fc 2-.H .Law x f..w,."1'1- -5. ' H- ri 'V' '. - -aaa 63 'SA-1:rp.'a'-.'..1:gs 4: A 1- :U 'Tis , 39-ze. h ',Qss:,,. .2 1n,ai:'.4a wx li---e..,.- r'E,a',3s-az: we. fr- I...-zz:-. if .gs-',- ::.,,q,:. syn.-sv, 9 1 -1,,spq:f:,-fp--g:w.:m -.4:f. ":" '+- ' ji ':4:.':2:2:2::t...... s esms i - m e . ... r.: . ...s..--,. .a.. .:- ARTHUR B. CHADWICK, JR., TBII, AXE, HIJAT "Chad," "Cassie," Milwaukee. A Chemical Engineering. Thesis: "Electric Corrosion of lron Imbedded in Concrete." "A good student and a good fellow." MARIE CARY "Merry," Nladison. Letters and Science. Keystone Club, W. A. A. Executive Board, Hockey QU Q21 QD MJ, "W.", Baseball, Pythia, Junior Ex., S. G. A. Board C21 CU, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C33 QU, Consumers' League, Pres. fell, Equal Suffrage, English Club Executive Board, Head of Dramatic Dep't, English Club. Thesis: "The Dramatic Technique in Certain Contemporary Playwrightsf' "If committees and teasing were part of the course, I'm sure l'd be head of the University Force." AGNES CI-IALLONER, KKI' ' v Qshkosh. Letters and Science. Nlystic Circle, Wislynx, S. G. A. Board Thesis: "A Separation of the Ceride Earths by Nleans of Magnesia. "A chemist, and well red." GEORGE NVILLARD CHAMBERLIN, TBH ' rc... W." Xvhitewater. - Civil Engineering. C. E. Society. Thesis: "Waterways for Culver-ts." "Common sense is an uncommon thing." C-UOK-TSAI CHAO Shanghai, China. Entered as a Junior from Cornell University. Letters and Science. International Club, President. Thesis: "American State Civil Service." "He is not only a scholar, .but a gentleman and a good fellow." LETA LUCILE CHAPLIN "Frizzie." Plymouth. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Maximum and Minimum Points for Functions of More Than One Variable." "She thought in terms of dentistry." 44 i QNT 11 Q1 Bad e QW W .. , N. ll A 1 9 " 9,-:ilu A .. - ' ' , ,' ' 'W 1' re W, 'I ' - . . 1' 5 ' ' r . ,' , V fi. EDVVARD SANFORD CHARLES "Ed," "Ecldie." Lake Geneva. Agriculture. Holstein Club, Agricultural Engineering Club. Thesis: "The Value of Tankage as a Hog Feed." 1 "You may trust him in the dark." BLANCHE LINA CHRISTENSEN "Kris." Necedah. Entered as a Senior from Lawrence University. Letters and Science. W. A. A., Hockey MD. Thesis: uCicero's Ideal of Education. HA right jolly good smile has she." HARRY JOHN CHRISTOFFERS "Criss" London. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Rhytisma Acerinum: The Tarspot Fungus of Maple." "He comes far for learning." VINNIE BELLE CLARK Nlayville. Entered as a junior from Oshkosh Nomial. G Letters and Science. Thesis: "Relation of the Geology and the Geography of the Potsdam Outcrop in Wisconsin." "She reads the rocks even as the pages of a book. WALTER EDMUND CLEOPHAS "Ed." Beloit. Letters and Science. I ' F. B. Powers' Pharmaceutical Society. - Thesis: "Burdock." I "Another one of those pill mixers, who roll and mix, swear now and then, but say little." FRANK CNARE, TBII A Madison. Civil Engineering. A Thesis: "Design of Steel Arch Bridges." MA tower of strength is in an honest name." 45 ,:f - . . .- ,.: ,-.qc :1...v ,- - - ..g.:.pj1,,::kjq-- .-JF.-1-,-. f- 1, . -. 3 g y Q53-,zu-::.,v5, V .4---sfzi,',,,.3:,-,,.:,,- , f- .51 , . .5 . ,J ,v,.2.,,.,,:,.,L,,-,.:.:,t3.,v, ,uf ,A 13, ,.5f?W,5,..,- E :..'.,,w1,qZc . H .,j:,. ' ' .- t 1 -1- gy- A -1 . , .. f - 1 ,g-gg ,-:pg w-4 tg . Q35 "La 4' 5,-5135 3-.31-I 1-sn . - - K . 1-'sf s11,.,g'.'f ..1,j-mf-3 q:.-iatmfxggq ' , . :S 1. 1 .- . ' -1.-xi a-- :-' V .Q .1-:-' 1 .' -,ii izzgq. -1 -- . .1 ,f::1..,..-f,i.....4,,, A-Q., .. ,,..:1.,. M-.1,,:,4g,.g ps J ' f " ' 21rsf t'-- ESTHER GERTRUDEb COCHRANE Crete, Nebraska. Entered as a Senior from Doane College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Tennyson's Religious Conceptionsf' "You can find me most any time at the library." JAMES RICKETSON COLEMAN, AKE "Jimmie," "Colly." Milwaukee. Commerce. Seabbard and Blade, Commercial Club, Lieut. QD, Capt. and Reg. Adjutant Student Conference. ' Thesis: "Malleable Iron Foundry, Organization and Management." "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. That's why I never got even. a little." JOHN JOSEPH COLIGNON2 KTPAA Sturgeon Bay. ' I..-aw. Thesis: "ParoI Evidence Rule and Statute of Fraucls in Rescission and Reformation for Mistake." "There are more men ennobled by study than by nature. BELVA NAOMI COOPER Nladison. Letters and Science. Q Y. W. C. A., Castalia, Vice-Pres. Thesis: "The Political Career of Timothy Howe." "Thou hast the sweetest face I ever looked upon." ELIZABETH FRANCES CORBETT, AFA "Little Bit." National Home. Letters and Science. S. G. A. Board fl, QD GJ, Wis. Magazine, Editorial Board GJ, Asst. Editor UU, Badger Board, Equal Suffrage Association. English Club, Women's Press Club, Y. W. C. A. Thesis: "The Novels of Eben Phillpottsf' "A winning way, a pleasing smile." STANLEY CHANDLER COWARD I "Stan." Oregon. Commerce. Commercial Club Band QD GJ Thesis: "Bank Accounting." "A brave coward." as s- 46 9 X i Di if 9 Q ge1 v V Awul ,. .A.4.. ,,, Q' BURTON LAMONT CRAMPTON "Burt," Madison. Agriculture. Class Football Team QZJ, Mandolin Club fl, CZ, Of Thesis: "The Relation of the Age of Dairy Cows to the Production." "Work? What's work? Xvhere did I hear that word before?" GEORGE C. CROVVELL, Tlill, ACACIA "Lark" ' Almond. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Prevention of Air Leakage in Cast lron Fittings in R Vacuum Condenser." "The Music Swells within the Lark, and the Lark Scars." DORIS HARTMAN CRUMPTON, Al' "Dodo," "Dorie." Superior. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Teaching of Chemistry in Secondary Schools." nl wonder, do the fellows call on High School teachers much?" HAROLD EUGENE CULVER Setvens Point. Entered as a Junior from Stevens Point Normal. ' l..etters and Science. Thesis: "The Habitat of the Genus Lingulaf' "Geology, tl'1at's my long suit." " HARRY CULVER, EN, EZ "Bud." Appleton. Letters and Science. Iron Cross, Yellow Helmetg Caduceusg Freshman Football Football QQ Q05 Baseball QD GJ HJ, Captain Q09 Athletic Boardg I Student Conferenceg Class Treas. QD, Pres. Thesis: "Constitution of Papillae in Pelvis of Kidney of Cat." "Trained for either camp or court, Skilled in each manly sport." JOHN HUSS CURTIS, AXP Madison. , Commerce. ' Bronze Key, Commercial Club. ' Thesis: "A Study of the London Money Market for the Year "A silent address is the genuine eloquence of sincerity." 47 Cost of Milk elation to High Teamg 'Varsity 1903.0 ' ' fir. .. .. ,,., . , . ., . , , . .. ,r . , Q . , - . . .. fiif 1.5. 5 E, -.i i . A, ll. -I , : - K W V- I -t z 1 . ,A ' 1 .. ,A , .21 D z W :f -. 'x'- f v- EDWIN FORD CURTIS "Moon." Madison. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Regulation of Altematorsf' "Mike Nlooney is his characteristic posef , GEORGE. HAROLD DACY, EX, AZ "Shredded" Woodstock, Ill. Agriculture. Class Track, Baseball and Football, 'Varsity Track C31 QU, Badger Board, Athletic Editor, 'iWestern Intercollegiate", Choral Union, Athletic Board, Nlanager Basketball Team QD: Student Conference QU, Agriculhxral Literary Society, Agric. Engineers Club. Thesis: "Marketing Beef Cattle." "Oh you Bernard lVIcFadden!" LULU EDNA DAHL, X9 ..Lu .. Madison. Letters and Science. Mortar Board, Wisylnx. Thesis: "Attitude of North Carolina to French and Indian War, U56-l763." "Yes, Baby Dahl is my sister, but I have lots of callers of my own." PERCY I-IIRVAM DANIELLS "Dan." Tomah. Entered as a Sophomore from Lawrence University. Civil Engineering. Civil Engineering Society. Thesis: "The Investigation of Various Types of Pezometersf' "He answers with facts, not with arguments." ' JOSEPH DANIEL DARROW "Claremce." Argyle. . Law. n . Forum-Columbia, V. Pres. Thesis: "The Admissibility of Parol Evidence to Establish that an Instrument - Purporting to be an Absolute Deed or Conditional Sale is in Reality a Mortgage." "The most insurmountable heights vanished before him." CYRIL EARL DAVEY, BFE "Pete," Dodgeville. , Commerce. Commercial Club. 3 Thesis: "The Relation of Cost Accounting to General Accounting." 3 "Age before beauty." " 48 I .I " ... . I I B CL Cl G Q Q AVRINA DAVIES, Al' Dixon, Ill. Letters and Science. Thesis: "I-Iauptmannfs Treatment of VVomen Characters." "Courteous to all, intimate with fewff HELEN EMMA DAVIS, AEA Madison. Letters and Science. Pythia, Secretary GD, Y. W. C. A., Secretary S. G. A. Board. Thesis: "The Flora of the Lake Wingra Region." "I can't-I'm too busy." LOUIS SAMSON DAVIS, ACACIA "Lou." Cranton. Civil Engineering. U. W. Engineer's Club: Wisconsin Engineer QQ, Circulation Manager 3 Ass't Editor 4 Senior En ineer Minstrels 3 4 , cn A g n in ci. , Thesis: "Efficiency of Protectlves Against Freezing of Concretef "Everything ends with a song." ARCHIBALD TABOR DEAN Oregon. Law. Thesis: "The Suability of a State Under the Eleventh Amendment." "Speaking against time has become one of my fine arts," HARRY JENNINGS DEAN "Crook," 'Asif' Racine. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Efficiency Test of a Fall Increaser for a Hydraulic Turbine "I..ucIc has not deserted me thus far, and it is not going to now." FREDERICK WILLIAM DIETRICI-I "D'et." Randolph. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Wave Form of Unhalanced Polyphase Generators." "On with the dance. Let joy be unconhnedf' 49 if f- E ', ' . ' ' ., , 14 3 At-if, ' .pk :.'.'Z:' EE:.5-"PIVi',f":"E": ,gf'a,. V Q.-3 I Ej,2:.:.y ""I,::1,,,,-L'-15-. VS Z' V K , A Y . A. .V ""' -f I '- ALICE PEARL DINAN ' "Dinah." Fargo, North Dakota. Entered as a. Sophomore from Fargo College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Attitude of Virginia Toward the French and Indian War." "Yes, I'm very quiet." "Shes backward about coming forward." ETI-IELYN ANNA DOE Elgin, Ill. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Eliduc of Marie de France." "Bleyer always did lilce to get the Doe, but he gets caught in the Webb." RALPH EDMUND DOHERTY, CIJAG 0 "Dogs," "Bob" Oshkosh. ' llJIcchanical Engineering. lst Lieut. Thesis: "Loss of Heat Through Pipe Coverings." "1've got to make that eight o'cloclc to-morrow." ZITA VERONICA DONAHOE "Zet." Reeclsburg. - Letters and Science. I Women's Athletic Assoc., Hockey OJ MD, Baseball CID Q23 QD, Basketball C23 633. 1 Thesis: "OHicial Career of Governor Spotswoodf' 1 iiworth, courage, honor, these indeed your sustenance and birthright are." EMMETT ARCHIBALD DONNELLY, GFA, IDAIT' "Arch " i'Dooley." Milwaukee. ' Law. l I Yellow I-Ielmet, Sophomore Relay Team, Junior Play, I-Iaresfoot, Badger Board. Thesis: "Negative Enrichment as a Basis for Quasi Contractual Obligation." "Yes, Miss Cary's nickname and mine are the same. Now, that reminds me-." KATHERINE DONOVAN Madison. Letters and Science. - . Thesis: "A Local Commentary on Aeneid VII-XII." "All is not gold that glitters." ' I .0 NNT 19 4361 ess. . - ' X .- H f:1""'ff1 1 . . me. ,, ' pc, ..c:. 1 -1 fx, . in , Y , rf --L1 ' ,, , .: , r. . r 't ,, .: wg, .fx . , ,, , , .. .-,...L.,,,-,.,.e -..M ...,.a.,..J hm. M A. un .,,.,,..., ., . ,., ,M ,,,,. , kin d ,M RAYMOND CLARENCE DOWNING, AXE "Ray," "Chick," W'atertown. Chemical Engineering. ' Thesis: Study of the Action of Copper and Zinc Perchlorates as Plating at s. "No thoroughly occupied man was ever yet very miserable," SIDNEY B, DUDGEON "Dudge," Madison. Agriculture. Thesis: "Preparation and Maintenance of the Tobacco Plant Bed." "An agric of the common garden variety." FRANCIS RYYAN DUFFY, fb-KA, 'PAT "Duff," Fond du Lac. X Letters and Science. Cross Country Team CZD, Class Treasurer QD, Class President C41 Badger Board, Philomathia, President GD, Blow-out Closer, Semi-Public Joint Debate, Junior Play, Class Play Committee OD, Chairman MO, Student Conference, Commonwealth Club. Thesis: "Advisability of a Gradual Abandonment of the Protective Tariff." "Exceeding wise, fair-spoken, and couquettishf' ' THEODORE JOI-IN DUNNEWALD A "Dunne," Madison. Entered as a Sophomore from Lawrence College. Agriculture. Otticial Grind. Thesis: "The Soil Survey of Iowa County." "The mien of I-Ioratius, a Caesar's brain." MARGARET DURBIN "Deed," Wauwatosa, Entered as a Sophomore from Milwaukee Normal. Letters and Science. ' Thesis: "Thomas Hart Benton,-Life and Influence to l830." "I'm sorry for me. I ain't so very happy." FRANCES WILSON DURBROW "Fannie," Madison. Letters and Science, Pythia. Thesis: "The Style of Cicero," "A soul unsatisfied with all it has done, and an unextinguished desire of doing .. more, 51 'I ' . . r . i f ' - - ' ' 'TZ ,:-: :E gt hr ir rm.: f':.g2yg111Q1-'1 furizfl. ' ..,. . Q. V- '- E 8 -'If':z2 'i'H..1:f:.1.ts1.,:. ' -sf ...sz-1.5s:e.,..a1s1sms.m "s. , ,,, ., A ,,..M.:.r,w:1 s. ......,f1,fq3ggyf.x,5Sg.5,g,.5,,s.:'?TG' wmv JOI-IN FABIAN EGGAN "Stubby." Ashland. Commerce. Commercial Club. Thesis: "A Comparative Study of the Remuneration of Consular Officials." "I do know him by his gaitg he is a friend." WILLIAM I-IENRI ELLER Alma. Iintered as a Junior from Stevens Point Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "High School German and the Teaching of Modern Languages." "Even an oyster may be crossed in love." A ALICE JULIA ELLINVVOOD . Reedsburg Entered as a junior from Whitewater Normal. - Letters and Science. Y. W. C. A. Thesis: "A Discussion of the Equiauhamxonic Ratio." "A bashful one yet wondrous wise." CLARA AMELIA ELLSWORTH Barron. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Relation of Moisture to Root Formation in the Willow." HI have only one request to malcef' EMILY NVARREN ELMORE, KKF Milwaukee. I I Entered as a Senior from Milwaukee Downer. Letters and Science. Choral Union. Thesis: "Social and Philosophical Side of Jane Austen's Works." "If there had been a chapter of Phi Bete at Downer I surely would have made it." GORDON SANDS FALK, XXI' "Dode." W . Milwaukee. . General Engineering. Inner Gate, Yellow I-Ielmet, I-Iaresfoot Club, General Chairman of Junior Prom.. Senior Play Committee. Thesis: "The Nlagnetic Properties of Steel Containing Varying Percentages of Manganese and Under Various I-Ieat Treatments." 'iYou'd hardly expect so much from me, would you?" A sz' I - .. -E . .-.H-..,......... A..-.-. . ,'1:.'.--mu'-:-Aem.-.Z-u4Ws.1.uu.A.tx'h..',.. ' E..-441-f.uv,.:1..n4v.s ..A-.. L-.4-...L...1.c.,,.....,,1,,a,-.A. .- MYRTLE ANNA FARRINC-TON "Bonnie" I Wyocena. Entered as a Junior from Milwaukee Normal School. Normal Course. Thesis: i'American Colonies and Imperial Defense, 1689-97." "She has two eyes so soft and dark-Beware." HAZEL ELIZABETH FARRINGTON Wyocena. Entered as a junior from Milwaukee Normal. Thesis: "Governor Morris of N. "Let's take a walk." CHARLES ROSWELL FISHER "Chick" Beaver Dam. Civil Engineering. C. E. Society, Track Team l909, Cross Country l909. Thesis: "Investigation of Various Designs of a Steel Trestle." "Past praying for." EDWARD JAMES FISHER, fuzz, Am, ACACIA "Ed," "lVlike." Madison. Commerce. Mandolin and Banjo Clubs CU Q23 QD, Manager Mandolin Club QD, Pres. Joint Clubs C4j, Leader and Manager Banjo Club QD, Chairman Reception - Committee Junior Prom. . Thesis: "Recent Developments of the Power of Congress to Regulate Commerce." "A good fellow among fellows always trying to do his best, No where so busy a man as he there was when with the rest." HELEN MARIE FITCH - "Dizzy.:' - - Sun Prairie. Letters and Science. W. A. A.g Basketball Q21 GJ QD, Capt. UIQ Hockeyg Baseballg "W"3 Pythia, Pres. PDQ Senior Play Committeeg Junior Playg English Clubg Keystoneg Y. W. C. A. Thesis: "Element of Weltschmerz in the Poems of Friederick Hoelderlinf' "She's a winner at whatever she plays." JULIA LOUISE FLETT, AF miie." Letters and Science. Racme' I 'Mystic Circle, Wislynx, Basketball CU C23 GJ C41 'Varsity Team GJ, Woman's Athletic Association, Class V. Pres. Thesis: "The Rise of St. Louis from I83O to lB75." "Everything she undertook proved to he a vast success." 53 Lf rn Jaws. . .. .,,,.,.. . .. . . . V .. ,. :,- . .,-, , :f,...- Q., f gk-vas. -1-,r.. - i.,.- J ' Y . It . 1 .3 fi , ,:.-,,A-L f' 2' 1 ' q - V V 5 -.. Q- 55. G if-' 55.-"'Lf3 fi-31 B 1- ' -1- Z'-wflifiri ""' 'fl 3 - FRIEDA FLIGELMAN . Helena, Montana. Entered as a Senior from Minnesota University. Letters and Science. - Round Table, Equal Suffrage Club, Consumerls League Board, Ethical Culture Club, Socialist Club, Press Club, Keystone. i'The foundation of true joy is in the conscience." HENRY HILL FORCE ul-lankf' Ol-tla. City, Okla. Entered as a Junior from Okla. U. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Removal of Tar from Producer Gas by Means of an Electrical Condenser." "Good wine is a good familiar creature if it be well used." K . LUCY WELLS FOX, AI' Janesville. Entered as a Junior from Beloit College. Letters and Science. i Junior Class Play, Red Domino Thesis: "Bacteriological Study of Milk from Cows Continuously Stabledf' "Keeping house in a Hat! l've often thought of such things." COURTNEY DODGE FREEMAN, AT "Court," "Seedy." Hinsdale, lll. Commerce. Yellow Helmetg Chairman Cap and Gown Committee: Junior Prom.g Com- mercial Club, V. Pres. O35 Badger Boat Club, Treas. f4Jg Student Conference, International Club. Thesis: "The Securing of Freight Traffic for the Railroads." 'AA genial disposition brings its owner many friends." EDMUND A. FRETZ "ECL" Madison. Entered as a Sophomore from Marquette University. Civil Engineering. Thesgi "A Study of Train Operation With Respect to Safety of Interlocking ants." "lf his brother is a fusser, what is he?" LEO ARMAND FRETZ Madison. Entered as a Sophomore from Marquette University. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Detem1ination of Power Consumption. and Efficiency of Spark Coils." "Leave that telephone and entertain your guests." 1 "7 54 ..1 . ,. " T 1 W , NELLIE CATHERINE FROST 1 "Nell." Almond. Entered as a. Sophomore from Lawrence College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Maria Edgeworth's Books for Children." "Smiles are the language of love." EDITH FUHRMAN, ATA "Ede." Fond du Lac. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Clerical Life as Depicted in the Novels of Ferdinand Fabref' "Honest to goodness, kids, I almost died." HARRY MARTIN FULEY Hayward. Commerce. Thesis: url-he Fish Industry in the United States." "A boon companion he." ANNA CAROLINE FULLER Madison. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Chemistry of Corn Oil," "She knows chemistry up side down and is too good for any use.' WILLIAM DAVID .FULLER "Foxy Grandpa." Minocqua. Entered as a Senior from University of California Letters and Science. ' ' Thesis: "Day Dreams of the Adolescent IVIind.' "Professor O'Shea met Professor Elliot and me and said -1 - ROBERT ALEXANDER FUCIK, K2 "Bob." Williams Bayf Electrical Engineering. 'Varsity Football Q21 fill, Freshman Football and Baseball, Class Baseball CU Q21 QD, Class Treasurer Thesis: "Tests on Local Concrete Building Blocks." ' "Some of the bunch think I'm in love: but really fellows I'm just fooling you." ss, ' . awk . .. . - . V . . :wus f...-1-.-1. ff: + 'sm-.-E11 'Q -:f.Lf.'1- :-' f g5f.f1ifT312f.3Y?if2",'-- 5 lf'1j,- .I ' 3' fetvcg h I 1. X 55111 5 ,, .- ,eng-'Q 3 4, ' - 1:61 fl, 1 , cy, 1'4,1,e1. fr ..:S:5.. f L 9' - 1.1: iv-4 as ff :--554 5- -ffl. , ' 1 'J -za-'ss X" ?' f"rv "" -W - V 's X - we? ' " ' ul-Jr? is ARTHUR JOSEPH GAFKE "Art," "Willie." Oregon. Agriculture. . Thesis: "The Installation, Operation and Efficiency of a Tile Drainage System on the Farm of L. D. Rudd, Reedsburg, Wis." "A Tiller of the soil." MARVIN EVERETT GANTZ "Joe" Eau Claire. Commerce. Thesis: "The Stores Keeping Department." "Fidelity is seven-tenths of business success." . HERBERT SPENCER GASSER "Doe" Platteville. Entered as a Sophomore from Platteville Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Relation Between the Amount of Injury and the Amount of Re- generation as Shown in the Nymphs of the May-Hy." "Methought I heard a woman's voice. Alas, 'twas his." BERTHA MARY GESELL "Bert" Madison. Letters and Science. Keystoneg Pythia, President Thesis: "Preparation of a School Edition from Johann Peter Hehel's ASchatzliiistlein.' " uBert always did have a pretty good sense of humor." H ROBERT ALBERT GESELL " Madison. Letters and Science. 1 Athenaeg Corporal, First Lieut.g Caduceus. Thesis: "Internal Secretions of the Ovary and their Relations to Reproduction." "Wanted: Frogs or men, dead or alive." ARTHUR NORMAN GEYER "Kidder." , Roswell, New Mexico. Entered as a Sophomore from the University of Chicago. Electrical Engineering. Band UD CZ, GJ QU, Orchestra fly QD, Haresfoot Orchestra G, Thesis: f'Automatic Sectionalizing of Transmission Lines." "A master of the Jews-Harp!" I se . '. . ' l , . . .V .. 33 'f V '- -' ' ' r ' Y-ttlllu .. ' 1"-'irp , f . 1-41'-2qswy:'QJ-1P,f1ff!:QhgQ.'..! -I ,NLQ M. fy 3- V. .. X V. ,, X I TN gk., gr -.1 5 192 '..,,v.,-N . l , VVVI my -f - A i. fe A . ' s 1 ' g f fiaig gfglrii- Q fr . D , 4322 gie fm u, -' ---- Y Y- - -- A- -H-4---X -M f - V Ha- V. xv . -. . .,.mm.:mg,4.,..,t warn. . ., -- V ,,. - ,,, . - -an-.,..,ci. .M......4.. 6.-,ff 4.W..M DENTON LORING GEYER, AA "Dent." Roswell, N. Mexico. Letters and Science. ' Philomathia, Class Glee Club MJ. Choral Union QD, Socialist Club, Club des 1 Langues Romanes. W Thesis: ulnlluence of the Doctrines of Organic Evolution upon Theories of Al- tru1sm." "Life, what art thou without love!" LEO EDGAR GIBSON "Doc." Fort Atkinson. Electrical Engineering. Monastics. P Thesis: "Test of a Fall lncreaser for a Water Turbine." "Gee fellows! wish l'cl been born rich instead of good looking." ALEXANDER FALK GILMAN "Mark," "Gillie." Racine. Civil Engineering. Thesis: "Waterway for Culvertsf' "Loaded with conscientious thoroughness. l-IIRAIVI EUGENE GINGRICH "Gene" Rockford, Ill. Civil Engineering. Thesis: "Test on Strength of Wire Rope." "One girl and only seven nights a week to fuss in EDWARD PECK GLEASON "Ed," Madison, Wis. Mechanical Engineering. Thesis: "Comparative Tests of Long and Short Stroke Gasoline Engines." "The soul ofvthis man is in his clothes." GEORGE ABBOT GLICK, TBH "Dimples." Marshalltown, Iowa. Mechanical Engineering. Thesis: "Prevention of Air Leakage Through Cast Iron Fittings, and Relation to High Vacuum Condenser Practice." "There may be clever Coeds at this Institute of Knowledge, but the only Girl that ' I can see belongs to Downer College." 57 3 f -- ' V I I f A PAUL SWAN GODFREY "Snooks." ' Wauwatosa. Mechanical Engineering. Thesis: "Comparative Tests of Long and Short Stroke Gasoline Engines." uvvhat a bright and noble looking lad is Paul." WILLIAM JACOB GOLDSCI-IMIDT, KIPACID Milwaukee. Law. ' Monastics, Iron Cross, Class Sec'y. QD, Cardinall Reporter QD, University Edi- tor QJ, Asst. Managing Editor HD, Managing Editor GJ, Business Mana- ger f6D, Chairman Lit. Committee Badger Board OJ, Chairman Supervis- ory Committee C4J, Sec'ry. Press Club QD, Pres. my UI never scin-til-late." GENEVIEVE ENGLISH GORST, KKI' Madison. Letters and Science. - Thesis: "Nature Treatment in the Poetry of Wilhelm Miiller." "The Darling of the Gods." HERBERT HARVEY GOTTSCI-IALL "I-Ierb." Madison. Electrical Engineering. Varsity Track Team C21 Thesis: "A Comparison of the Methods of Testing Direct Current Machinery." "A steady sober sort of a citizen." LAWRENCE FREDERICK GRABER, AZ "Larry." - Mineral Point. Agriculture. Agricultural Society, Sec. QQ, Vice Pres. QD, Pres. f4Q, I-Iolstein Club, Short- horn Cattle Club, Grafters' Club, Agricultural Engineers Club, Vice Pres. UD, President QU, Student Conference HD, Student Farmer Staff C31 HD, Country Life Debate, I-Ioard Press Club, President Thesis: "Factors Influencing the Germination of Corn." "Gee, how I like Larry." .. LOLA MAY GRAVES "Gravy." ' Madison. Letters and Science. YVoman's A. A., Hockey fl, Q41 Tennis QD, Capt. Baseball Team GJ, Choral Union GJ, Girl's Glee Club Ml, Women's Press Club, Y. W. C. A. Thesis: "A Study of Irving's Style in the Sketch Book." "Interpretation will misquote our looks." 58 ,M -. . ,..., , I, ,,., .. . ,. , . , A . ' ' ' 4 ' ' 'i . ' - ' ' .Q '. ..1ov. : 1.. ...rx 'i"rf:.i- - ni- ' 9 ... V. r - f . . ..e . -.J ,I-, 3tl?m 2 3 ?":" f! 1ZL HARVEY OLIVER GRAY "DolIy." Oregon. Pharmacy. F. B. Powers Pharmaceutical Society. Thesis: "The Alkaloidal Content of Vtfild Stramoniumf' "Another pill mixer to make our life short." ROSEANNA GRAY Oakfield. Entered as a junior from Oshkosh Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Development of Mathew ArnoId's Literary Ideals." "By her merry smile and jolly way, one would scarcely believe she had been a school mann." . WILLIAM ALEXANDER GRAY Benton. Entered as a Junior from Platteville Normal. Letters and Science. Athenae. Thesis: "A comparison of the Fahey and Perot interferometer with that of Lum- mer and Gehrchef' "A youth to fortune and to fame unknown." 'WILLIAM HENRY GREEN, 'PKXP "Bill." Ligonier, Ind. Letters and Science. ' Badger Board. Thesis: "History of the Bank of England for the Year I904." "You can take my notes, if you don't let anybody else see them." GRACE MARGARET GRIFFIN Waterloo. A Letters and Science. Keystone, Women's Athletic Association, President MD, Vic President GJ, Basket Ball CU QD Q35 C41 Hockey QD OJ QU, Base Ball QD GJ Q4-J, 'Varsity Women's Basket Ball Team, "W," Pythia, Vice-President f4D, Class Vice-President QU, Self Government Association, Board QD, Y. W. C. A., Consumers' League, Vice President l i Thesis: "Text Books Educational Values, and Methods in Teaching Botany." "Such as she will be missed when they leave us." D DONALD DAVID GRINDELL, ACACIA uDinnie." ' Platteville. Entered as a Junior from Platteville Normal. Letters and Science. Band UD UD, Orchestra C31 C41 Student Conference 1 Thesis: "Social Conditions in Wisconsin at the Outbreak of the Qivil War." . "Here must your hide my friends, with me entornhed . 3 In this dim crypt, where shelved around us lie ' 1 The mummied authors." I S9 I LW!! Q, LV I ff' if I Qzf, -Q ,. ,. .... ,. . ,,., ,, .,,, .. -V -A l " 'fsifffi ' gli-5-53,314ggglvmglrnjigtybffgsih ' .Lf 13. M. Z. , .- w ife? 'W f .Ne .:s:,..z6a.m.am -sm, .,..-..sew:-.:-Aiasiavze.:,.s.m.- CLINTON DUDLEY GRISWOLD, EX "Clint." West Salem. ' Entered as a Junior from Beloit College. Letters and Science. Thesis: uSunday Labor Legislation." "There is a foolish corner even in the brain of a sage." LYDA LEAH GROSS "Lyd." Necedah. Letters and Science. Women's Press Club, Consumers' League, Cermanistische Gesellschaft, Hockey flj UQ GJ, Capt. HD, Baseball CU QD C31 HD, Women's Athletic As- sociation. Thesis: "The Religious Element in iThe Merchant of Venice,' 'King Johnf 'Richard II.,' and iRichard III.' " "Oh, my beau is so nice." SIDNEY PHILLIPS HALL. Madison. Civil Engineering. , . Thesis: "Design of a Steel Viaduct Over-the Menomonee Valley, Milwau- kee, Wis." g "You can tell an engineer by his hat." ALBERT LEWIS HAMBRECHT "Ham," "Al," Madison. Civil Engineer. C. E. Society. Thesis: "Tests on Footings for Reinforced Concrete Columns." "Let us buck, buck, buck, for on the morrow begin exams." LEWIS MERRICK HAMMOND, TBII "Lew," "I-Iummelf' ' Wauwatosa. Civil Engineering. Tennis Association: Second Lieutenant and Quartermaster C215 Captain and Regimental Quartennaster C415 Scabbard and Blade: Rifle Club: Engineer's Minstrels U03 Y. M. C. A.: Civil Engineering Society, Secretary GO, Vice-President ' Thesis: "The Design of a Reinforced Concrete Viaduct to Span the Menomonee ' Valley at Grand- Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis." "Do you room at the Y. M. C. A., Mr. Hammond?" DAVID SCOTT HANCHETT, fI'KXI', 'IPAQ 4IPBK "Dave," Chicago, Ill. . Letters and Science. -4 Skull and Crescent: Iron Cross: Inner Ciateg Yellow Helmet: Track fly: Student Conference CU: Daily Cardinal: Reporter CU, Athletic Editor 121, University Editor QD, Asst. Managing Editor Q05 Chairman Publica- tions Committee, Badger Board GJ: Supervisory Committee UD: Badger Boat Club: Press Club: Common.wealth Club: Y. M. C. A. Thesis: "Commission Form of City Government." ' "All fat is smooth and I am fat." 60 .. - -.- -- f. , . :wma .,,,, llft l 'L Y ' "Ui E' ' s ' 'I I 3 I L 'V 9 wiltff. TZ- 7 . - Til if 6 " I . v' f 1 I nffflmil or - I I. I I 9 I I I . . . ALICE KATHERINE I-IANRAI-IAN "AL" DeKalb, Ill, Entered as a Junior from DeKalb Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Different Characters Treated by Wordsworth in His Poems." 'iShe smiles and laughs the live long clay." A ALMERON JAMES HARDY "Almer-on." Waukesha. Commerce. Commercial Club. Thesis: "The Development of the London Money Market for l906." "There never was a minute when the Trio wasn't in it." ELIZABETH BREBWSTER HARKNESS ess. Durand. Letters and Science. Hockey Q23 QQ, Baseball QD, Woman's Athletic Association. Thesis: "Relations Between Japan and the United States Since lB67-Educa- tional and Missionary." "Don't you think my military cape is attractive?" EMERY DAVID I-IARNDENP "Snap." Whitehall. Entered as a junior from Superior Normal. Law. Law Baseball Team, Pitcher UD Thesis: "Consideration in its Relation to Negotiable lnstrummentsf' "XVhy wasn't I born a baseball player?" LORRAINE HARTMAN, AI' Chicago, Ill. ' Letters and Science. Mystic Circle. Thesis: "George Bernard Shaw, as a Dramatistf' Y "She had no time for eating, because a mass-meeting of men always stood in her I hall. MARGARET NEWELL I-YDOUBLER AXE? L ..Marge'.. - IVI adison. I Letters and Science. Basketball, "W" flj QQ Q0 Q4-jg All Varsity Team, Capt fljg President ' W. A. A.3 Bowling flj C21 GD Q03 Hockey Q95 Tennis fllg Executive Board W. A, A.g President Bowling Association C455 Class Vice-President Qjg Executive Board S. G. A. CID CD3 President Inter-Sorority Associa- tion 4 . Thesis: 'gAii Ecological Stucly of the Flora of Lake Wingra." "Oh, would that I were a man!" - I ' 61 QE' KA N V I by V A, .4 It 1.,V ,:J 5.:SmiG2 . , in .. . V . , ,V,-A . 1 .N , 4 . -' ' ev, ,ffvizwma ' , -, .- V JOHN RONALD HEDDLE 2 lVladison. 5 Letters and Science. . Choral Union, Senior Glee Club. Thesis: "Plant Formations of the University Bay Region. 'fLife has given nothing to mortals Without great labor." EDWARD FRANK HENKE "Ed" Lowell. Commerce. Thesis: "Manufacturers' Selling Methods." mfhe frivolity of social life has for him no glamour." FREDERIC CHRISTIAN HENKE Wautoma. Civil Engineering. ' Numerals CD: lnterclass Relay Team C219 W. A. A. C433 Class Sec. CU: Wisconsin Engineer CU C23 C33 C459 U. W. Glee Club CU C25 C31 C41 C5DQ Choral Union CD: Director Engineers' Minstrel C453 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Asst. Treas. C3D, Treas. C4D, Chairman Membership and Mott Campaign Committees Thesis: "A Study of the Traffic of the lnterurban Railways of Wisconsin." "He lived piously. No' man can either live piously or die righteously without a wife." JOHN LOUIS HENSEY "Cap." Madison. Letters and Science. . U. W. Reg. Lieut. C215 Capt. Target Detachment C455 Junior Class Play: English Club: Hesperia Pres. C4jg Assistant Censor Thesis: "Virginia Indian Relations." "A woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke." ' HUGO HENRY HERING, ZAE Rockford, lll. Letters and Science. Sphinx Art Editor C3j, Badger Art Chairman C3Q, Band CU CZJ, Orchhestra CU C21 C33 C4D, Mandolin Club CU CZ, C31 C-41, Haresfoot. ' Thesilsl: :'Criticism of an English Translation of Goethe's Herman and Doro- t ea. ' "Gee! but that course of Parl-:y's is a pipe CU" IRVING JOHN HEWITT "Shakespeare," "Professor," "Pat" Madison. - Letters and Science. Philomathia. 4 University Senate. Thesis: "History of the Compulsory Education in the United States With Ref- erence to the Labor Movement." "All must be earned in. a world like ours " ' U ' 62 s4sT11ei91i 1 BC. CIge1 QQ if 1 1' I' - 1 ' . ' Pl ' ' . J I 165 " ' A ' A rw. ree- - 1 '. . .1 -11-... -. .1-...--.1..11s.--,. .. ...1f -. . -'-Q.-.Lf--.ssl N A. . .-fs-.4 ' wf fx- ...Q-.1 ff uf-m v f 4-'2 ORREN IRVING HICKCOX "I'Iick." Spring Green. Agriculture. Monastics, Freshman Crew, Class Sec. fill, Glee Club Q21 C35 QD, I-Iaresfoot Club, Badger Rowing Club. Thesis: "Relation of Age to the Production of Milk and Butter Fat." "If I can't sleep nights, I sleep in class." I-IAZEL HILDEBRAND, All, Rhinelander. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Editing of One of Stormls Novels." "Call me not 'coeclf I am a 'girl student' " LAURA FRANCES HILL Baraboo. Letters ancl Science. Thesis: "Mithraism: The Religion of the Roman Soldier." . "I'm going to be at the library." LILLIE CAROLINE I-IILPERTSHAUSER, AAA "Bert" Sheboygan. Letters and Science. S. G. A. Board Thesis: "The Child in the Vvorlcs of Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach." ' "Maid of Athens, ere we part, Give, oh, give me baclc my heart." WILLIAM HENRY I-IINN "Chick" Fennimore. . Civil Engineering. Monastics. - Thesis: "Proposed Extension of I.. C. R. R. From Madison to Minneapolis." "Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink." FRANK ARTEMAS I-IITCHCOCK. "I'Iitch." Edgerton. Civil Engineering. Q Thesis: "A Study of Train Operation With Respect to Safety of Inter Locking Plants." , A'Who said I was a fusser? 63 l V ,N ., Q-'jj' rj,.,.,E,.j,,ip,.1g,.fg . 1,-:jj-1 55,5322 1: CAROLYN HOEF ER, X9 Freeport, Ill. Entered as a Junior from Rockford College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Story of Balen as Treated by Malory and Swinburne." 'ijolly isn't folly in Polly." JOHN ALEXANDER HOEVELER ujohnief' . Madison. Electrical Engineering ' Band, U. W. Orchestra. Thesis: "Determination of Power Consumption and Efficiency of Spark Coils. "My life is one continual horrid grind." K GRACE ELIZABETH HOFSTETTER, AI' Lyons, Iowa. R , Letters and Science. ' Thesis: "The Divine Element of Paradise Lost Compared With That of nh Divine Comedy." "And if she won't, she won't and ther's 'an end on't." LISLE JOHNSON HOLLISTER "Hollie." Evansville. Letters and Science. Athenae, Junior Class Play. Thesis: "The Open and the Closed Primary Systems." "Thinking is but an idle waste of thought." 5 'EARLE STAFFORD I-IOLMAN Deerfield. Letters and Science. Y. M. C. A., Senate. Thesis: "Proprietary Towns in the United States." "Seldom comes glory till a man he dead." MRS. GRACE HOLT Sun Prairie. ' Nlusic. Junior Play, Pythia. "Don't let matrimony interfere with your college career Q 64 i l i is ,L I .A , Ati VAA - 1. 1 CARL HOOKSTADT 1 "Hook," ' Harvard. Letters and Science. Hesperia, Sec'y. CD, Vice Pres. QD, Pres. Socialist Club Pres. C35 Y. Nl. C. A. Cabinet QQ, Press Club Commonwealth Club Interna- tional Club, University Senate Thesis: "Analysis of the Free Homestead Movement l840-l862. "Give me freedom of speech, thought and investigation, or give me death." OSBORNE EDVVARD HOOLEY "Ed." lVlilwaukee. Entered as a Junior from Lawrence College. Letters and Science. Y. M. C. A. , Thesis: "The Oflicial Career of Robert Hunter, Royal Governor of New Yorkf "Hold on, fellows, we never did it like that at Lawrence." , MARY WRIGHT HOPKINS, AFA "Polly." Pueblo, Colorado. Letters and Science. Class Bowling Team 121, Pan. Hellenic Delegate, junior Play Committee, V7omen's Press Club. Thesis: "Industrial Problems as Revealed in English Novels From l830-l850." "Drink to me only with thine eyes." FREDERICK C. HORNEFFER . "Fritz," Milwaukee. Civil Engineering. Thesis: "Tests on Footings for Reinforced Concrete Columns. "Everybody's friend, nobody's enemy." ALICE ALBERT HOSKIN , "Hoskie." Denver, Colo. Letters and Science. C Catalia, Consumers' League, Y. VV. C. A. Thesis: "The English Fisheries of the Early l7th Century and Their lnliu- ence on Colonization of America." "Never mind. Go on. Chaucer is dead and can't hear you read his lines." GRACE CARRIER HOWE, AX9 Boscobel. Agriculture. Class Hockey QD, W. A. A. Thesis: "The Card Scoring of Houses." , "Sure, me and Bill be the Agric Twinsf 5 A E es N l :sf . L-. A I ., . ..,, . ' N .. . , ., ,A W., , , ' .. ,, ,, ,. , . N ' 4, -w f--1. " if fsxwlift 'Q .. , ' . ' ' V' Y - . " CE. . ' 'SL A141 ' 1' 1 L . -V . n 1 1 " 2 L- 7: 'LW-" 5 x'C1'f."--lil'-4r-"':f'-L'F.-'LQ-?"3Fa.-1.f'-'k"'k7Z.' 551210. , -4 if m f. 1, g'g'1g'-,1- -a:f..2.,4e e:f..4?3o,:St:mae x2is.4 215:34- iasrf f .- sesame -.wsfmva ' woes... M.,,qZ,,,, Y ssssw m-. " SKfes fs '-5:55. V-1 sew sc. -....r::mf...wsf :L-3:-114. .,,,-grszzfrsngg .g3::2:ig,s5s,3g'v ' RALPH MELVIN HOYT, EN CDAA Madison. Letters and Science. Bronze Key, Cardinal Reporter QD, Chairman Faculty Com. Badger Board, Chairman Junior Play ' Thesis: "The Element of Good Will in Public Utility Valuations." Aiwhy was l appointed chairman of the Junior Play Committee? l'm no grafterf' EDNA MAE HUGHES, KA9 "Ted," Mason City, Iowa. Letters and Science. Nvislynx, VV. A. A., Basketball UD, Captain QD, Bowling QU QD, Baseball CD, C25- Flihesis: "A Study of Tennyson's ldylls of the-King." ' "She commands who is blessed with indifference." ETHEL ALICE HURN Oshkosh. Entered as a junior from Oshkosh Normal. Letters and Science. s English Club. Thesis: "Wisconsin Women in the Civil War." "She has a voice of gladnessf' HELEN HUTCHISON, KA9, CIDBK 'iHutchie." . Madison. Letters and Science. . Women's A. A. Hockey flj Q23 GJ, Capt. Thesis: "A Translation of Luetonious' Life of Tiberious with crossnotes ,and ref- erences to Pliny, Dio Cassius, and Tacitus." "A living contradiction of the statement that a Phi Beta Kappa key and 'afairs de coeur' cannot go hand in hand."- ' ROBERT IAKISCH, TBU, ACACIA. "Robbie" Ctranton. Civil Engineering. A iron Crlcfssi Badger Boat Club, Freshmen Crew, 'Varsity Crew QD, 'Varsity Foot- ba 41. "A letter timely sent is a rivet to the chain of affectiong and a letter untimely delayed is as a rust to the soldier." HERBERT EDWARD JACOBS, BFE "Herb," "Jake," X Sawyer. J Commerce. Commercial Club. Thesis: "Analysis of the Accounts Required by the Railroad Commission of Wisconsin, for a Combined Gas and Electrical Utility." A ul never with important air, In conversation overbearf' ' 66 as T11 1911 G' B cl see , . 'ffm . , ' ., v i - Q, .. .21 , . 1' - , . ' i g z 'TC-,rf T, or . , . I I 'S afar. ' ' ' -' ' Q-.1 - " '. "- Jive.. ...M ww' mm, t.eg.,., 1-.gg -. 2.gs.-f.s,q..,sl24f-.,sa..Mf'-uatiwmizswwgsiwf HUGH CLANCY JAMIESON, BFE "Jamie," "James" Poynette. Commerce. Commercial Club. Thesis: "A Study of the London Money Market in l908." "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." MOSES AMOS JENKS "Dive" Lodi. Commerce. ' Sophomore Football Team, Commerce Baseball Team QD Q33 C-43, Student Conference C41 Hesperia, Commercial Club. Thesis: "Cost Accounting and Business Management of a Lumber Corpora- tion." "I would if I could, but I can't-l'm married now." ROBERT JOHNSON JENSEN "Happy-" Janesville. Entered as a Junior from Beloit College. . Letters and Science. Gernianistische Gesellschaft. Thesis: "Chronology Book of Kings and Chronicles." "A second 'Life's Magazine' All who knew him knew him best for his jokes. smiles and words of cheer." Y, FRANKLIN ERNEST IENSWOLD ,Tn "Lion Tamer." Baraboo. Law. i . Athenae, Freshman Blowout. , Thesis: ujoinder of Causes of Actions Arising Out of the Same Transaction." "Yes, there is an open berth for me with Ringlingsf' HENRY WALTER JOHN. "Heine" Schleisingerville. ' Commerce. - Commercial Club, Sec. GD, Pres. QU: Class Sec. Q55 Badger Rowing Club, Treas. "Thesis: "The Opening 'Entries of Corporation Accounting.-" "Some come here to read and think, ' I come here to fuss," AGNES LEARNED JOHNSON, AI' Madison, Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Young Girl in Augierf' "She hath a merry tongue forsoothf' t 67 I., I' ,af ' .1 F31 J Ji! :s1'i'3Z'4e1.2es -' - sifmmiigezasmi fg -.m.sssisiwf- BQ.. .,,. vm wr-1 -- " - " 'Ml G MM" -f 'Abs -4-Q -"'N-r-"Q-L M'-l r' CHARLES EDWARD JONES "Chick," "Grand Pa." Astoria, Ore. Civil Engineering. U. W. Civil Engineering Society. Thesis: "Rapid Filtration as Exemplified by the Cincinnati and Louisville Plants." "Dewey feathered sleep for mine." MARK FOULKES JONES, fIPAfIJ "Marla" Sparta. Law. "Thesis: "Conveyances in France of Firm Creditors." "When I ope my mouth, let no dog bark." MYRTLE EDITH JONES "Myrt." - Madison. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Bicircular Quarticsf' "How doth the blushing little maid employ each shining hour." SARA BENNETT JONES Oshkosh. Entered as a Junior from Oshkosh Normal. Letters and Science. ' Thesis: "Birds of Shakespeare." I "She had some witching charm, and yet I think it was her sincerity." VICTORIA ESTHER JONES UVic." Nladison. Letters and Science. ' Thesis: "Siegfried and Kriemhild in the Nibelungen and Siegfried and Kriem- hild in Hel::heI's drama. "Happy am I, from care I'm free, Why aren't they all contented like me?" FRANI6 EDXVARD KARGES "Eddie" I , Burlington. X ' Letters and Science. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet KZ, Sz Thesis: "The Development of the Aims and Methods of Foreign Missions "Say, fellows, coming to hear Mott tonight?" ' as " .f- e I ' -f l EVA HELEN KASISKA Pocatello, Idaho. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Revolutionary Spirit in the Poems of Georg I-lerweghf' "The more seriously you take yourself, the less seriously the world will take you. MABEL JOSEPI-IINE KASISKA Pocatello, Idaho. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Comparative Study of the Tragedies of Sappho, Corregio, Tor- quato Tasso, and Chattertonf' "A chat without a few little titbits of scandal is like breakfast without coffee." EDWARD LOUIS KASTLER, TBII ' "Kassy," "Ted." Racine. Mechanical Engineering. Wisconsin Engineer: Badger Board Q13 U. W. S. S. A. S. M. E. Thesis: "Determination of Steam Turloin Nozzle Reaction to Velocity of Flow." " 'What a dust have I raised,' quoth the Hy on the coach." NICHOLAS JAMES KAYSER "Nick" Green Bay. Entered as a Junior from Ripon College. General Engineering. Thesis: "Determination of the Pressure Loss Through Heating Coils." "A ripe ripper from Ripon." - EDWARD HOLLIS KEATOR, XXI' "Ted," "Skate" Moline, Ill. General Engineering. Mandolin Club C33 f4D, Student Branch A. S. M. E. Thesis: "Hydraulic Fall Increaserf' "To be an engineer, one does not necessarily have to go to classes daily in a flan- nel shirt." ALBERT MATTHEN KELLY Milwaukee. Law. - Forum-Columbia, Pres. Thesis: "Does the Violation of Two Primary Rights by the Same Act Give Rise to Two Causes of Action." "Well may it be said, 'Success ever lies in the path of the ambitious' " 69 " ' ' ' ' I I 11 J. If-' fetwv. V54 na I ' V'-5?'f:'51I21T5523+ 55' ,.1,.sgq,: ., . -sv -- a'. '7 rm ..se 2w2lJ1 'f'f1' :2fwf' M a-t GERTRUDE CLAIRE KENNEDY Highland. Entered as a Sophomore from St. Clara College. Letters and Science. ' Red' Domino, President C455 Keystoneg Edwin Booth Play C253 Junior Plays Senior Class Play Committee. f ' Thesis: "Treatment of 'Animate Nature in Burns." "A maiden both handsome and good is a jewel and a treasure I' "Oh, you lucky Tommy!" x SAMUEL KERR, Jr., ATA "Sam." - Oak Park, Ill. . V Letters and Science. Yellow Helmetg Freshman Crewg 'Varsity C35 C455 Swimming Team C259 Class Team C45g Badger Board, Supervisory Committee C453 Union Committee, Pres. C35 C455 Prom. Com.g Badger Boat Clubg Student Conference. Thesis: "Relative Importance of the Various Classes of Personality in the Gen- eral Property Tax of Wisconsin." "In 'Union' there is strength." i META CATHERINE KIECKI-IEFER, AXS2 uKickie." Milwaukee. ' Entered as a Sophomore from Milwaukee Normal. Letters and Science. Class Basketball C25, Class Bowling C25 C35 Thesis: "Floral Development of a Certain Species of Viola." "Give me the money, what do I care about the man." ALTA ESTER KINDSCI-II, X9 "Tip," Prairie du Sac. - Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Sociological Element in the Gemian Lyrics of the Nineteenth Century." V "I-Iurrah for Purdue." ' - Amos JEFFERSON KING, its A "lNrIusty." Hudson. n ' Commerce. Commercial Club, Director C35, Sec. C453 Inter-class Baseballg Commerce Team CI5 C25 C355 Trackg Class Relay Team C353 U. W. Rifle Club, Pres. C453 U. W. Regiment Trumpet Corps, Chief Trumpeter Cap and Gown. Committee C453 Hesperia CI5 C25, Semi-Public Debate C253 U. W. Orchestra CI5g Lambs. Thesis: "The Organization and Management of the U. S. Steel Corporation." I "Pleasure is a sweet tickling of sense with a present joy." BERTI-IA DIANA KLECKNER "Di." ' Red Oak, Ill. I Entered as a Junior from De Kalb, Ill., Normal. Letters and Science. ' , Round Table, English Club. Thesis: "The Old French Towns in Illinois." H 'Tis well that I have a sense of humor." ' 70 " ' ' .-A: . ' 4' A ,-A. 'tm' .mms-2' ...uw oh.. XVILLIAM AUGUST KLINGER, TISII, "Billy," "Kling." Milwaukee. Civil Engineering. Class Traclc Teamg Student Conferenceg Sphinx Staffg Badger Board, Philo- mathia, V. Pres. QD, Pres. Q03 Engineers' Minstrelsg Commonwealth Club: Press Club. Thesis: "The Design of a Reinforced Concrete Viaduct to Span the Menomonee Valley at Grand Ave., Milwaukee." "Not only a scholar, but a gentleman." FRANK CHAS. WM. KONRAD, EE ."Granny," "Connie" Oshkosh. Entered as a Sophomore from Oshkosh Normal. Letters and Science. Caduceus, Senior Glee Club. Thesis: "The Distribution of Nerves and Nerve Endings in the Kidney." "O wad some pow'r the giftie gie us, To see ourselves as others see us." AUGUST EMU.. KRINGEL "Pete," "Augie." Wauwatosa. Civil Engineering. . Engineers' Minstrels C35 UD, C. E. Society CU Q21 C33 Thesis: "Physical Valuation of the Madison Street Railway System." "A silent man is he, full of tact an.d wit." GEORGE JOHN KRUELL Madison. Civil Engineering. C. E. Societyg U. W. Clubg Germanistische Gesellschaft: Water Polo QD, First Lieut. Qjg Engineers' Nlinstrels Thesis: "Cost of'-Making Physical Valuation of Wisconsin Public Utilities Properties." "1,l'ish in the sea of girls, but never get a bite." ARTHUR HENRY KUHLMANN, AZ "Art," Lowell. Agriculture. Student Farmer C35 C405 Vice-Pres. Board of Directors f4Jg Hoard Press Club Vice-Pres. QD, Holstein-Friesian Club Vice-Pres. QD, Pres. Grafters Clubg Agricultural Literary Society, Pres. - Thesis: "An Investigation of the Relation of Periodical Advertising to Sale of Purebred Dairy Cattle by Twenty Wisconsin Breeders". "A player, not of Hamlet, but of Dean Henry." LOYD LAMB, EX "Sheep." La Crosse. Commerce. . Mandolin Club GD . Thesis: A'Modern Bank Organization, Management and Extension "Hurry up guys, let's go to the Libe, or I'll be fussingf' 71 ' f ,. ' 1 ' - . .6 q I .1 - . F.-mim i.. 1 is 1- Y , . ., p . 'N 'gf -'fi F?-3102221 .. ,.gg. rr,-Y' 'Z' , .. - "nl l l ARTHUR S. LANGMAS "Artie." Sheboygan. Commerce. Commercial Club. i Thesis: "Methods and Regulation of the Railroad Freight Traflic Department." "There is a frankness in his manner that appeals to everyone." ADA VIOLA LEACH "VL" Hartford. Letters and Science. - Castalia, Choral Union. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Qi. Thesis: i'Comparison Between Book VI. of Aenied and Dante's lnfemof' "Experience has taught her that housekeeping is no mean art." . CARLOS ARNIE LECLAIR, AZ, GAT, KKIPI' "Carpie." Green Bay. Agriculture. X Student Conference QU: .Assistant Editor Student Farmer C31 and -Editor in Chief QU: German Glee Club GJ: Choral Union UD: Agric. Literary Society, Sergeant-at-Arms UD, Treasurer 125, Secretary GD, President ' QD: Holstein-Fresian Club, Sec'y-Treas. OD, Vice-Pres. QD: Hoard Press Clubg Grafters Club. Thesis: "Availability of lnsoluble Phosphates as Influenced by Ammonium Salts." ulvlonest? Do you really mean it?" ' ALEXANDER JOHN LE. GRAND "Milwaukee," "Alexius." Milwaukee. Letters and Science. Corporal QD, Philomathia, V. Pres. - Thesis: "The History of Legislative Action With Reference to State Statistics." "Like two single gentlemen rolled into one." WILLMAR FRANCIS LENT, TBII ' "Bill," "Jimmy." . Washington, D. C. Electrical Engineering. Wisconsin Engineerg Orchestrag Senior Engineer Minstrelsg Dixie Club, Vice- Pres.g U. W. Engineers' Club, Sec'y and Treas. Thesis: h"The Determination of the Magnetic Susceptibility of Alloys of Bis- mut .H "To have plenty of snap it isn't necessary to be cracked." . r FLORENCE LENTZNER "Fluffy." Milwaukee. ' Letters and Science. Thesis: "Letter Writing in Antiquity, as Seen in Cicero's Correspondence' "My greatest care is lack of care." 72 QQ' L Bcmclgf-31 QAM . , A , . ' I 1 .' P.-:-we "V . ' V .- . . . .,,A,,,.,... S..-..:1,.,,.q,,,..u. ... -+:'a4,,L v,. it f. --1f,,,.,,4-W, , A . M Ivum.' ,v, .., ,. . K I. lm . MQ.: A Wulf? ,4,i4.,w.ml,.hf -,,,?,Wf9 . 1 ALEJANDRO s. LESCANO l Cajabamba, Peru. , International Club. , "ln him you will find the true spirit of South America." MARTHA ELLEN LEWIS .'MalliC." Madison. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Personality of Tennyson Revealed in 'The ldylls of the Kingf " "A worker--always doing her level best." JOHN FRANK LIDRAL - "Lid," "Dutch," Algoma. Civil Engineering. C. E. Society, Engineer Minstrels Thesis: "A Reconnoissance of the I. C. R. R. Extension to Minneapolis." "He speaks not when there-is nothing to be said." rs FREDERICK HEWITT LINLEY ' "Fritz." Nottingham, England. Entered as a Sophomore from the University of Montana. Mechanical Engineering. U. W. Section A. S. M. E., Rocky Mt. Club, Montana Club. Thesis: "The Investigation of the Conversion of Pulverizecl Coal lnto a Power Media." "Oh, how I love Mechanics." CHRISTINA CATHARINE LINS "Chris" C Spring Green.. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Diplomatic Relations Between'England and the United States from 1783-l 793." "She keeps everybody laughing with her wit and fun." SUMNER I-IURST LLOYD, AKE "Summy," "Min," Chicago, Ill. Commerce. Inner Gate, Mandolin Club, Haresfoot Play Thesis: "Corporate Manipulation." "When I was at Dartsmouth-L." 73 77 rf lik - ' , . . - I e-11214: 1123352-fi M A...-.9 QWL, sv' -, ' ' ' , 2. " - ' -1 'Q -. ' . A 2 1 - , .. 1 3 3 '--- , , - I . , .ft::f . .1.e' eu - f- 's .ss--'f262S.'fvsMe.:E-2.13-sz-me-i:Sri 3Z1Si1ic2,.-we.-"f"4 'f'i421"' A""'f6 ' ' ' xiao in 1-uf 'J lisa l ALBERT JAMES LOBB, TAA, AQACIA "Lobbie." Ripon. Entered as a Senior from University ol' Chicago. Law. Forum-Columbia. Thesis: "Limitations Upon the Rights of Riparian Ownersf "l'll answer him by lawg , I'll not budge an inch." HAROLD EDWIN LOGAN, BFE "Speck." Lake Geneva. Commerce. Commercial Club, Pres. Thesis: "The Organization, Management and Accounting Lumber Co." "Fellows, it always pays to get a graft with your Prof." ELMER AUGUST LORCH "Spide," "Pewee." Madison. Pharmacy ll. F. B. Powers Pharmaceutical Society. Thesis: "Apiol From Parsley Fruit." "There is more to Chemistry than beating the symbols." JOHN WESLEY LOWELL, Jr. "Ja lc." Xvashingtoii, D. C. Civil Engineering. i'Official representative from Washington." ARTHUR LOUIS LUEDKE, TBH "Lude," "Art" Nlilwaulcee. , Civil Engineering. Lieutenant QD, Capt QD, Class Secretary Student Conference Engineering Society, Sec. QD, Vice Pres. QD, Pres. Thesis: "Valuation of the Madison Street Car System." "He only is a well made man, who has a good determination." LEO CHARLES LUEDKE, fI1AA "Cleo," I Milwaukee. Law. Student Conference. "Short on stature, but long on talk." 74 of a Retail Line Yard Aquatic Team l908, Senior Minstrels Dixie Club, Civil Engineer Society. Thesis: "Design of a Reinforced Concrete Ware House and Office Building." i QQ, Civil Thesis: "Good Faith and Actual Value as Applied to Watered Stock." ' iii' 1 "L ": .. c. "' 1 V. ,,,N! f GEORGE. CASPAR LUETHGE.. Oshkosh. 0 Chemistry Course. Hesperia. Thesis: "An Investigation of the Double Salts of Aluminum With Other Metals With Which it is Known to Form Alloys." "I am a firm believer in the anti-treat movement,-l wonder why?" 1 GEORGE BURTON LUHMAN, CIIAA "l..ume," "Cupid" Belvidere. Illinois. Letters and Science. Student Conference C4D Badger Board, Philomathia, Vice Pres. Thesis: "Campaign Expenditures." "No, not Numen Lumen!" GERTRUDE. LOUISE. LUKES AI' Sioux City, lowa. Letters and Science. Mortar Board: Junior Class Play. Thesis: "Famous Heroines of Latin Mythology." "Her eyes' dark charms perchance Dwight could tell." OSVVALD LUPINSKI "Lu," Milwaukee. Civil Engineering. Awema, C. E.. Society, Class Baseball CD, Varsity Baseball C31 "W," Japan Baseball Team,'Engineers' Minstrels Thesis: "Tests on Footings for Reinforced Concrete Columns' "Agric, Agric is my class. Agric still I cry. Oh that I could always be an Agric till I die." MARGARET BLANCHE LYLE, AI' Madison. Letters and Science. Mystic Circle, Black Bat. Thesis: "Descriptive Element in Catullus and Tibullusf' "Lock the door on a woman's wit and it will out at the casement." LELA ANNETTE IVICCLATCHIE. i'Lee." Augusta. Entered as a Junior from Stevens Point Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The lnliuence of Nature as Shown in. the Parzifal of Wolfram von Eschenbach." ' "Virtue is its own reward." - 75 . , . . he ,, . . ,, , 1 1, .g , mum I , ,XV 3,521 2,5 5 V.:v,3E.i5:fv .-vV::.3E5:1,..-,,.g:Ziyi V.,LVi,E:T1.vx3GV:a:.3 In : . I Y , U V Q 1 ., X. I, 1 ., 4 5 ,L .12-iz.-:gEE?,:y:,.. , F.:vYL:.,.,, ng.-:,?l,?v.,.-Z. f iizhig. -,Ji.'EvgiNM s..1TEf4fg:, g , ,11 "kt-, . .f ,.,, .-,,, ,r.:3k. sz -. V f:.-mm :-- Qs'-. wzil weww -at -Qi --f .. see s , ARCHIE McCOMB, TAA "Mac." Milton. aL.aw. Hesperia, Hesperia-Philo Joint Debate Thesis: "Determining the Constitutionality of Statutory Presumptions. "Policy sits above conscience." I VILA ERNA MCCOMB, DAS H Vi." 5 Brillion. Entered as a Sophomore from Lawrence College. Letters and Science. Vvislynx. Thesis: "Austrian Peasant Life as Portrayed in the Works of Marie von Ebner- Eschenbach." "Did I go to Prom this year? Well really, I dori't quite know."' a MARY ROSE McKEE. "Mack." Letters and Science. Madlson' Mortar Board, A. A., Vice Pres. QD, Hockey Q., GJ 141, Bowling fl, CZ, QQ MJ, Basket Ball GD 145, Base Ball C2 GD, Tennis UD Q21 GD QU, , Thesis: "The Embryology and Cytology of the Cleistagamous Violet." "lVly, but that girl is a wonder." FLORENCE McRAE, AE-N "Bunnie." Rhinelander. Entered as a junior from Milwaukee Downer. Letters and Science. Thesis: "A Comparison of the fbackgroundsj Settings in the Works of Meredith and Hardy." "So wise, so young." - HENRY HERBERT MAGDSICK. TBU "Maggie" Charles City, Iowa. Electrical Engineering. U. W. Engineers' Club, Y. M. C. A. Thesis: "Effective Illumination." "A friendly smile is his, and so let it be, For it's rarely found with a Tau Beta Pi key." MARTINA MARSH, HB? uMartie." Marshfield. Entered as a Sophomore from Rockford College. I, Letters and Science. , Basket Ball '09, Bowling '09, Baseball '09, Hockey '10, Women's Athletic Association, Secretary of S.'G. A. Thesis: "Law and Technique in the Plays of Henry Arthur Jones and Arthur Wing Pinero " A 1 "Martina Marsh from Marshfield, that's me! No, 'Bong' does not come from Marshfield." ' 76 Q BQ gei QQ' rv . r- N, l .. , 1- . X N ' , f Pjxgtllgfz tg K ' ' , A " '----f ' 'Q-'ss '--H-bH--- -M J- 1 1'ff+i'1m4 f X41 A f'1-3'-1-ev-' . Q '. -- ,K J J ' 1..A ,N me : - 1-gi - 1 if- S-5:4 u .zmwg -. .mf-Jai : - .' if-'J ' , l JAMES DISRAELI MARSHALL "Shorty." Fort Collins, Col. Agriculture. Class Football Managing Editor Student Farmer, Hoard Press Club. Thesis: "A Classification and Collection of Some of the Most Noxious Weeds." "He has an eye for her that's tall." KENNETH JESSE MATHESON "Man," Elkhorn. Agriculture. . U. W. Agric. Society QQ OJ, Pres. Thesis: "The Reduction of Methylene Blue in Milk." "My class has gone. I feel like Rip Van Xvinkle in a new generation." EDWARD MATHIE "Prinz." Stevens Point." Entered as a Sophomore from Stevens Point Normal. Letters and Science. Athenae Pres. Thesis: "Means and Methods of Americanizing Aliens." "They call me Prinzg I wonder if I am." SELMA MATSON, AFA "Sam." Nladison. Letters and Science. Pythia, Pan l-lelenic. Thesis: "Lord Shaftesbury as a Social Reformerf' "She needs no eyes who is a shining light." 4 AMY KATHERINE MEIER A Postville, Iowa. 'Entered as a Junior from Cornell College. la. Letters and Science. Pythia. I Thesis: "Chracteristics of Gellert as Revealed in His Cteistliche Oden uncl Lieder." "It's dreadful to be a Methodist minister's Daughter." ALVIN EDWARD MEINICKE "Al," "jye." Milwaukee. Electrical Engineering. Awema, Gym. Team CU QD C33 UU, 2nd Lieut. QQ, Choral Union, U. W. Engineers' Club. I, Thesis: "A Study of a Harmonic Signaling Deivce to Be Used on Railway Lines." U "But just look at the work we electricals have to do. 77 l K fc 04211.15 if ly, Ka , f I- t M. Y-ffl lR.i15.r.Qf11.i,:ju f , r , A Q -. ., - . , . . . , -' Q Aw,A?1 F,vi:.,, - 3 .IR f . ," , - iw,-- A --A-sf 1' MH' 9- -1-521314 tggxi, .1 sues-seg. ,.,.,A. M ss.. 4 M mm: ,..s..'.mssi...-1 WILLIAM OSCAR IVIELIN "Pete," I Moline, Ill. Thesis: "Temperature Stresses in Reinforced Concrete Chimneys." "Proms a great affair, John." CLIFFORD CYRILLE MELOCI-IE. Madison. Entered as a Sophomore from Zion College. Letters and Science. ' W. W. Daniels Chem: Society. Thesis: "The Influence of Lead Upon a Zinc Determination." "A friendly disposition is an enemy to the peculiarities that a man may have.' ABRAHAM E. MERKIN ' ' UlVIerlC.'- I New York City. Entered as a Junior from Cornell. ' Civil Engineering. N- International Club. Thesis: "An Investigation of a Water Supply for an Irrigation Project in South- ern Utah." "My word is as good as gold, but beware after I once get started talking." WILLIAM JOSEPH MEUER, fPAA "Bill." L Madison. Letters and Science. Law Council HD, Philomathia, Junior Play Wis. Union Committee Thesis: "Recall of Public Officials." ' MI-Ie danced his way through college." ' ALBERT G. MICI-IELSON,.4I'AA, ACACIA Mount Horeb. Law. . . Forum-Columbia. Thesis: "The Capacity of Parties to Contract Marria e "I can tell you what she wore." LORA WALTER MILLER, EX Anderson, Indiana. I, Civil Engineering , Entered as a junior from Indiana University. Thesis: "The Design of a Subway for Park Street Under the Illinois Central and Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad Tracks." 1 "lt is when you come close to a man in conversation, you discover what his real abilities are," ,. 78 V V ' i,-,., c i I .m lm i.., ' l i s a - , ip- kixl Q PAUL GERAD MILLER. "Vet." Oshkosh. Entered as a Junior from Oshkosh Normal. Letters and Science. International Club, Language and Literature Club. Thesis: "Penito Perez Galdos: His Literary Work, with S the Progressive Movement in Spain." "An earnest and a well meaning fellow, though a Normalitef' CHARLES FRANK MILLMANN 5 "Charlie" Milwaukee. Entered as a Junior Law from Marquette University. Law. Forum-Columbia. Thesis: "Parties to a Bill of Interpleaderf' "Wise as a judge, yet he is a jolly good fellow." GEORGE. HAROLD MILLS I "Henry," Lodi. Commerce. Senior Play Committee, Commercial Club. Thesis: "The Organization, Management and Accounting Mill." "I'd rather be a fusser than a Beta Gamma. Sig man," ANTON MINSART Green Bay. ' Letters and Science. Entered as a Junior from Oshkosh Normal School. Club des Langues Romanes de l'UniversitG de Wisconsin. Thesis: "The Molecular Weight of Certain Compounds in P Boiling-point Method." "A man's reach should exceed his grasp." FRANK THEODORE MORGAN Oalcfteld. Entered as a Senior from Ripon College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Preservation of Hydrogen Peroxide." "Now, when I was at Ripon--.H MRS. NELLIE. DQMOREY. ' Edgerton. Entered as a Junior from Whitewater Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Growth and Reproduction of Nitellaf' "It is my ambition to teach in Fond du Lac." pecial Reference to System of a Paper ure Pyridine by the 79 I i -'ms , .. .. ..,. ,,,. . ,, . v-,:f"f'fv I V-1 '- ' 5-.f . .. 1. .. -1-1-.-151.1-13-3' ,sgyzfx :-- ..11.g.:..1:,:'.w, ' 4-. A r . - ' -I .. . 1 .. ' .. . aw:-,.' 1- V .y gs-' we 1 1. gv'-2-.:-w1-f1:.f'x:- ' . , . - . - I viz---1 , .V ,:r:g'.,.1.g 5 , -zfggwf sz, ,-.5-an '-vp 1-114,-1 'Q,.::,5f,-Y PAUL JOSEPH MORRIS, 'ITA Congress Park, Ill. Letters and Science. Bronze Key, 'Varsity Track Team CZJ GJ, 'Varsity Relay Team GJ, Athletic Board QD, Class Pres. CZJ, Sergeant-at-Arms GJ, Wisconsin Magazine Athletic Editor HJ, Daily Cardinal Associate Ed. GJ, Badger Athletic Chairman, Editor Wisconsin Song Book, Glee Club C35 QU, Orchestra UD CZJ Q31 HJ, U. W. Band CU QZJ GJ, First Lieut. GJ, Junior Play, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet MJ, Student Conference. I I Thesis: "An Edition of Wisconsin Verse." ultis the little things that count. Look at Violet and me." RALPH NEWTON MORRISON I Rockford, Ill. Letters and Science. Choral Union GD Senior Glee Club Thesis: "Egyptian Temple Remains." "I am an ex-'0B." VIVIAN MOWRY "Vi." . Milwaukee. Entered as a Sophomore from Milwaukee Nomral. Letters and Science. Sec'y Castalia f4j, Germanistische Gesellschaft, English Club. Thesis: "The Common People as Represented by Shakespeare in Henry VI., Cariolanus and Julius Caesar." "Qui, Qui." QJEORGE. JOHN MUELLER I Middleton. Letters and Science. U. W. Orchestra MJ, Crermanistische Gesellschaft. Thesis: "A Study of the Characters in SCalSflCld'S Novels." "Do I like to work? What do you think I am?" HOPE MUNSON, KK1' Viroqua. Letters and Science. Mortar Board. Woman's Athletic Association. , Thesis: "Some Phases of the Civil War in Missouri." "When the heart is light with Hope, all pleases, nothing comes amiss.' WALTER BERNARD MURAT, lI'AA "Mush." : Stevens Point. Entered as a Junior from Stevens Point Normal. Law. Monastics. . Thesis: "Dower in Firm Property." "After I get married I will look around for a place to practice law." 80 was-f'-Ph ff? Q 5561 fsfes . . Q .- as . iw ' . . . ... .- - . , Ma., ,ga 'f,.f....e..-..:er. ':-.1.....:., 4.-.- - A ' ve' A .,-,,,,MA, ,M,,, . gg- ,,..5,, ... 'iw- if '.-f.1fews4s9",st.t! 9 ,.4.:g,,v 1.1 ,p,- vu . EVA IOLA MURLEY "Peggy-" Shullsburg. , Letters and Science. Class Baseball Thesisf J'For What Goethe Considered Himself Indebted to Shakespeare and er er. , " 'Adieu,' she cried, and waved her lily hand." PAULINE MURPHY. "Polly." Evanston, lll. Letters and Science. Mortar Board. Keystone, Girl's C-lee Club CID C23 C31 QD, Pres. Thesis: "Elements of Union, l685-l754." "Not every woman is trained to courage." PETER JAMES MURPHY, 'FLW' 'iPete." Chippewa Falls. Law. Iron Cross, Monastics, Captain 1910 Freshman Crew, Freshman Football, 'Varsity Football QQ, Class President QD, Sergeant-at-Arms OJ, U. W. Circus Committee QD, Virginia Keating Stock Co. CO, Student Court Thesis: "Application of the Rule in Dumpars Case in the United States." " 'Tis good to meet a real, live man." OTTO FREDERICK MUSSEHL Jefferson. Entered as a Junior from Whitewater Nomial. Letters and Science. Senior Glee Club, Y. M. C. A. Thesis: "Methods of Determining Specific Heats of Allotropic Substances' "A man who did things 'on the squaref " OSCAR EUGENE NADEAU, NA "Doc," "Nad," "Photografter." Marinette. Letters and Science. ' Caduceus HD, W. W. Daniells Club OJ, Student Conference QD, Chairman Illustration Committee Badger, lllustrating Editor Wisconsin Magazine, Class Glee Club QU, Choral Union QQ HJ, Engineer's Minstrels QD Thesis: "Photography as Applied to the Illustrating of Medicine." "Clad to l-:now you-didn't I once take your picture?" CARL FRANCIS NAFFZ. 'PAA Madison. Letters and Science. - I Hesperia, Sec. QD, V. Pres. GD, Pres. C41 Sophomore Semi-Public Closer Joint Debate QD, Commonwealth Club, V. Pres. Thesis: ulnjunctions in Labor Disputes." "The gentleman is learned, and a most rare speaker." 81 J Lf rdf 'fr na . ,,.. .. ., , . VM' Y . ,. .. ,. . .. ' . . H, 1--.f--.,-1--mf. " ' ' ' . ' 1 , 5' film" 1 +A- - . -. ".',..'f "12?,,E.'E2: -'Isa H". ' .f Ny ., g.-m.iW- 'w:m:ebIi'p?ff'2Z 1 .- Y A i V X . : f g.--' ' . .-: 1,1 31 v 21,-.47 . gg-1,-Q - '- -fqefif . ,my--we-g.g'g5 fig- 1 .- 4. -. - , t -, , '- ' A ,, 1. -f -t ,-fx 21531 1- - 3. 4.5. -- A. ' . f .- ,..,. ' 3--17 -5.-1: .:. 'u' s.'.5-Q-ze.. sy' ,L Ly 'fv.:.,Zsi3.a - f- 1- .V it 6' D 6 ww, . .. . .. . . A.. 1 ..Y.. . ., . f Ny., fn, s. ,.f,.,v . -4'l:"11E:, 'Seq 7 " 'f - 'ix-wipsg "gn .,,.,- . - ' . " sv 1.63.-Sei 1 ': I"" H1 " 'Q fm- .edema .Lines .arsen- ARCI-IIBALD WHITFIELD NANCE I ' "Taft," "Arch," p Monroe. Civil Engineering. ' Yellow I-Ielmet, junior Class Play. Thesis: A'Design' of a' I-Iydro-Electric Plant on the Rock River at Byron, Ill." Hhxfould th-at there were more like him." CAROLYN LORAINE NASH Ripon. Entered as a Senior from Ripon College. Letters and Science. ' Hockey. Thesis: UDetailed, Comparative Study of Six. Crustacean Forms." "Some one take care of this kid." CHARLES MOTT NASH i nPeck." i Grand Rapids. Commerce. - Mopastics, Baseball CZ, QD fill. Indoor Baseball fly and f2D,"Commercial Club, Japanese Baseball T-rip. Thesis: "Commercial Relations Between the United States and Japan, with Special Reference to the Industrial Conditions in Japan." "I-'Ie knows a thing or two about the Japanese." MAURICE I-IUBERT NEEDHAM, fI'I'A Hinsdale, Ill. l..elters and Science. Mandolin Club flj QZJ GD, Leader Thesis: "The Drama as a Social Factor." ' -"Give me the luxuries of life and I can do without the necessities." n ' ARTHUR FRANK NETZEL . i'Pretzel." Crandon. Pharmacy II. , F B. Power-'s Pharmaceutical, Society, President of Senior Class of Pharmacy. Thesis: "Preparation and Physical Properties of the U. S. P. Galenical Oleoresinsf' "I dorft know. Ask Ernst." jOI-IN X. NEUIVIANN, ACACIA nl-Iansf' ' New Ulm, Minn. ' Entered as a Junior from University of Minn. ' Chemistry. ' ' VV. W. Daniells Chemical Club, Bacteriology Journal Club, Germanistische Gesellschaft. ' Thesis: "Equilibrium in the System. Silver Chromate and Pyridinef' "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." 82 vi . ana A . - .-..........., ..S..,.,c..., . 1 . ra- .A .,,, .. . J- . .... . ,: f,-f ,...,, .- ,,1., HL ., Ma-yn, ., .M ,,,., 0,,,,.,,,,. HERBERT JOSEPH NEXVMAN NI-Terbf' Milwaukee. Electrical Engineering. First Lieutenant QQ, Sphinxg Badger, Press Club, U. W. Engineers Club, Sec. GJ, V. Pres. UU, Pres. C413 U. W. Orchestrag Student Conference QU, Engineers' Minstrels C05 Badger Supervisory Committee Thesis: "Experimental Investigation of Motor Starting Resistancesf' "The fruit derived from labor is the sweetest of all pleasures." JOHN ROBERT NEWMAN, AEKIY, E21 "Bobby." Madison. Letters and Science. Scabbard and Blade, Caduceus, Gennanistische Gesellschaft, First Lieut. QD, Capt. GJ, Major GU, Student Conference. Thesis: "The Muscular Action of the Lower Extremity of Man." "He courted fame but as a spur to brave and honest deeds." HARRY C. NORTHROP, ACACIA "Carouso." - Lynn, Mass. Entered as a Senior from Beloit College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Depreciation as a Factor in the Rate Regulation of Public Utilities' "Late, late, so late! but we can enter still, Too late, too late! ye. cannot enter now." CHARLES BENNETT NUTI Glen Haven. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Effective Illumination." "Sleeping, when you want him." HELEN O'LAUGHLIN Racine. Entered as a Senior from St. Mary's, Notre Dame. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Matthew Arnold." "She toils not, neither does she spin." KENNETH GERHARD OLSEN "Ola," HK. C1.,',' "Keg" Stoughton. Letters and Science. I Senior Swing Out, Pipe Custodian, Badger Board, Athena, Peace Pipe Response, Business Manager Senior Play, Badger Boat Club. Thesis: "A Sliding Scale of Prices and Profits for Gas Companies of the United States." ul-ie cultivated most things in moderation, but fussing in perfection." ss T B 'W .week -I . . ,. . 'Z' " 1-' - .iv , .1 -.5 - 1 . ip-2-"f'fag7fawl4 ,, :-. ...:f 531 .5-1' 1 ffzf,-f'f1..g .515 ., -.31Q.L,4.g:.-2.1.1.-Q::.:-gy.. .,,X f ,iv .,:z.::4fr:y.--W' f ' 14. 5.l:'f4'2' gi-if11:2.1':-1s1--1'E-1:r- 'w:'a'?f:1J' 'Xue ' Qmfssv' 23-:-i1a-s:a'1s- '- f.-' mic' -2- y -"4f'r:2'.'12:-if--1"21b4:,g-W,4 . . .- t tw.. iw ,oss f-.mv C '- A .z 1.5-.:+,:..-e.....v .. -.g.-wars. ,-.,-f-.-.119--f .fs--.gf-. 1.1,f, ,.-q.g.,..+ :w.,,.:.vf zz. 'z 6-,ns .-are - -s'-- .. . ' fx.-arf ss-'-:-.os -:-sf' 2 E ! -:--:- V. '-::..cy:- :w-..s.- ,,:g,1.Qy' -.fam-1-.tv y:,,..w.,-..1.', v,z.',1, ,fm ' fa 1 1 . 0-N w ' -' ' 12 142 G ':fw1. fwsas6.gsj1.gsa..2- ' ' ' -' ig. '41S111sims: -t"'11v s:e1-z. 142:-era: '-' f'2i!iz:f..:.:.f1:f1...4 -ff.1....1::5:sss1i:s.:.s2s:w::a.. -ff -' .st-1mm,sx.a.f::sf.ws:ne:e.s:A:w:s...sys sv- .'sss. .f 'ss:..f..-. 2 lisa .A FRANK LEWIS OLSON "Ole." Madison. Entered as a Junior from Iowa State Teachers' College. Letters and Science. r U. W. Culee Club Q31 Thesg: "The Relation of the Public Utilities Commission and Home Rule in ities." "Next to your mother, who do you love?" NORMAN T. OLSON "Ole" Tomahawk. Civil Engineering. U. W. C. E. Society. Thesis: "Location of Main Canal and Lateral'System on the Jocko Division of the Flathead Project." "Cut and come again." - Y MILTON ORCHARD, IIPACIJ Muscoda. - Law. . Thesis: "Effect of Statutes Abolishing Seals." "He is enveloped by the sobriety of the law." OSCAR PAUL OSTOFF, K2 "Ostie." Milwaukee. Civil Engineering. Yellow Helmet: Football QU QD C35 f4Jg Track Team CU QD, Capt. Q13 gwimaiiig, Capt. fljg Gymnastics QU QD, Capt. C315 Athletic Board, ec. . Thesis: "Testing of Concrete Blocks." "A mighty athlete he." ANDREXV N. OUTZEN Madison. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Development of a Harmonic System of Selective Signaling." "Life is real life is earnest." YET C. OWYANG MYet." ' Canton, Chinai i Entered as a Junior from University of Chicago. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The English Money Market of l899." "My motto is RECIPROCITYSY 84 SKC- FV if 'C' Q' x 4 "S, . . . .. . .. . , , ..., .,... ,. il ' ' CS i 9 ,A - aging , A, ' K 55 vga.. ,. 5 ,Vi b- , Q-1-V ,,:.j:'gj'.Q,v',,,g:Q1.:.U." - ,, - s , In . . 2, ,, 1- ' ' - i 'wg 5 M .:2g,g'2:2:x"1.1 5..,,fq,.'- ' 1 'Q , .- 1 - ' - f 1- . . . lt ' '1 .. L w -.. -,,:..p.-L .r,:.,:..:.41a..L.,-E.....-LE wt ...'.1. g1e, ...etzul f-- use -.:e:.1,. .,nte-fz. . : - Lc z,g1,1..L1..t"f PEARL C. PADLEY Sauk City. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Some Homeric Heroes as Represented in Ovid." ul just can't malce my eyes behave." MARGARET IRMA PARIS "Marge," ' Prairie du Chien. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Relation Between Emerson's Essays and His Poetry." "My better angel is a man right fair." AMOS CLEVELAND PEARSALL, QPAS "Ame." Des Moines, Iowa. Entered as a Sophomore from Grinnel College. Mechanical Engineering. -3 Monastics, U. W. S. S. A. S. M. E. Thesis: uEffect of Vacuum Jackets Upon Steam Engine Cylinders." "Always On." I GEORGE LEO PELTIER "Mase," Grand Rapids. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The False Blossom of the Cranberry." "If l only had five minutes longer." ROY LEO PENGELLY "Pen," "Penny," Nladison. Agriculture. Band CU QD OJ HJ, and Orchestra Thesis: "The Value of Tankage as a Hog Food." ul want to he-an Agric, No Engineers in mine. Give me a tin horn and a cow And say, farm life is line." ARTHUR ALBERT PERGANDE, TBII "Blonde," "Perg." Ceclarburg. ' Electrical Engineering. Baseball, Japan Team, 'Varsity Team. Thesis: "Determination of the Characteristics of a Turbo Blower Set." "We hear he has signed up with the Senators." 85 ' u 2 ' Q Q I I - . - fe ' 'Q ' , , ' ' ,. 1.5 ginii. Q3 1 1 ..j A , 'I' ,. 'Z-:ff '.'::2'7 -'1 "1l-,--'- '- iflgg , 3 . r :fi-..,-1. ' 'L :' ' 2.-,111 fi " .. .515-15'.:"s--.if11-.-':-we1 ,. 1'-1:- is .. . . . - -1-1 V. .. w wiv 1 -, ff-A I 1 :sz-. t, .1 .- T1 . 1--..::,zz' -5 71, ,f-1-1--is .E-1 -iw fw, 4, :A ,r 1, .b ,1-2 -X my-3. .1,,.'.-11.11 se.: .1-'f Jw" +.: ,Q'..'SvE:1"E1E F -.1'f.,41s' B .QM-Q .ge fv'1 1fff1'1' v'f::v:..e:,9.1:-.5-rf 4' -F' Eb?-ez- ':'-f '1S?"tv-f1f1v'r"f4'f 2W:'J1 " ir .ev.-mass: rei n.-. ,.:x,..-.ssakvss 1 2 'J' M ss 3 SELIG PERLMAN Bialystock, Russia. g f Entered as a Junior from the University of Naples, ltaly. ff I Letters and Science. T ' Thesis: "History of Socialism in Milwaukee, Wisconsin." ., "A sense of duty ursues us ever. . P l MARIUS S. PETERSEN "Schmidt," "Pete" Milwaukee. Entered as a Sophomore from'University of Chicago. Letters and Science. International Club, Recording Sec.g Caduceus. ' Thesis: "Physiological Properties of the Purkinje Fibers." "Nothing small about him." ' ORRIN PETER PETERSON , "Pete" K Xxfausau. Mining Engineering. i Track Team QQ, Class Basketball fly QD, Captain Q31 MJ, Student Conference C41 Badger, Athletic Board, Senior Swing Out Thesis: "Development of a Lead Silver Mine in the Coeur d'Alene District, Idaho." "There is no gambling like politics." WALTER WILLIANI PETRIE nPete." A Fond du Lac. General Engineering. Thesis: "The Shearing Strength of Nail Joints." "His personal appearances betray his qualifications." JANET-PFEIFER Sheboygan Falls. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Methods of Preparing Protozoa for Class Work." "First endure, then pity, then embrace." LAURA PHILLIPS Whitewater. . Entered as a junior from Whitewater Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Colonization of Wisconsin by the Welsh." "As I was about to say, when l was so rudely interrupted. n , 1... 86 . 1 . . g I T ' ' l ii . . gag ,Lg -JOHN ALEXANDER PIERCE flask." Elkhorn. Civil Engineering. Thesis: "Design of Irrigation Plant on Provo River, Utah." "Did you ever n.otice how the girls admire my beautiful eyes?" JAMES C. PINNEY, JR. "Pin." Madison. Civil Engineering. C. E. Society. - Thesis: i'Design of a Subway on Park Street Under the I. C. and the C. M. 8: St. P. R. R. Tracks." Ulf you want to know who's boss here, just slarl something." GEORGE OCTAVE PLAMONDON Elkhorn. Civil Engineering. C. E. Society. . Thesis: "The Design of a Subway on Park Street at the I. C. and C., M. Sz St. P. Tracks." ' "He is quiet-and an engineer." MABEL FRANCES POMEROY, flPBK Oconomowoc. Letters and Science. , Thesis: "A Comparison of Virgil's and Homer's Conception of the Lower World as Shown in Their Works," "A firm believer in the power of silence." . HENRY KOLLOCH PRATT, BFE "Hank." Plainfield., Commerce. P Monastics, Commercial Club. Thesis: "The Analysis of the Published Reports of State Banks." 'il wonder who's kissing her now." KATHRYN PRESCOTT, AAA Sheboygan. Letters and Science. A Thesis: "Sententiae in Terence." , "M earl and invincible love of reading I would not exchange for all the Y Y ' H treasures of India. U 87 . ffff' 51 . 'f . '. ' ii'3l5i25?flQ,-1" 'L -f-XRS., , , - QAM? 3f'f:'if'. Q . 3 sn :-Li" K f'ffi:f':"15r2l'J.f1:' ' .' " ' " - 'fmss. ,.az.r,r,.1. ,WIN -1-ss.-ei...-Q. ..sss..,x.... . gimme, Q t s.. V- .t,..sa..fk,My.-A-.i.,....,.-,.-... ..t .... . ,. .-,....-..t. .. ...V GLADYS EVA PRIEST ' Madison. Letters and Sizience. Castalia, S. G. A. Board Thesis: "The Mob in Coriolanus and Julius Caesarf "She was always jolly and carried a smile for all." ALFRED PRINZ "Kaiser," Milwaukee. Commerce. Commercial Club. Thesis: "The Organization and Management of Brick Manufacturing Company." "That I known already yet." ' , RUDOLPH EDWARD PUCHNER, KPAII' "Puck" Wittenberg. Entered as a Junior Law from Lawrence College. Law. ' Thesis: "Firm Liability for a Partners Misapplication of Trust Funds." "Unser Rudie is here." CHARLES FRANK PULS, IPAA . Milwaukee. Law. University Tennis Team QD, Ass't 'Varsity Football Manager GJ, 'Varsity Football Manager CLD, Philomathia fly Thesis: "The Seizure of Personal Property of a Quasi-Public Corporation Under Execution Sale for Taxes." , I "The t-ight arm of the Junior U. S. Senator." - HARRY E.. PULVER ..HeP'..5 Viroqua. General Engineering. Thesis: "Temperature Drop Through the Wall of a Concrete Chimney." "l'll be with you in the squeezing of a lemon." SUSANNA JOSEPHINE QUALE "Sanna.' ' Madison. ' Letters and Science. Germanistische Gesellschaft. , Thesis: "The Position of Women in Tacitus." "Sometimes these meek and docile people are just the kind to lead one a merry chase." I A- as I " i i i "". : : f , . f ...i 1 - .. .L I'i .... . 3: : J ,' - LEWIS JAMES QUINN, CIPAA "jim," "Quince." Waterford. Letters and Science. Commonwealth Club. Thesis: "Personnel of the Vvisconsin Legislature." "We Irish must stick together." EARL XVILLIAM QUIRK, XPT "Curley." Nlinneapolis, Minn. Commerce. Skull and Crescent, Inner Cate, Lambs, Yellow Helmet, Prom. Committee Thesis: "Cost Accounting System of a Flouring Mill." "Congratulations, Earl." HELEN M. RANSON Batavia, Ohio. Entered as a Senior from Nliami University. Letters and Science. Le monde ou I'on S'ennuie. Thesis: "Deutsch-Amerikanische Lehnwijrter. German." "Amongst the strangers there who parlent Francais, Dost thou then hope to gain more from the new." UNA LEE REARDON, AEA "Unes." Rhinelander. Entered as a junior from Milwaukee Downer. Letters and Science. Thesis: "History of the Wisconsin Oneida." "Sweetness long drawn out." MARY ELIZABETH REID Oconomowoc. Letters and Science. S. G. A. Board QD, Sec'y Consumer's League MD, Castalia,'Sec'y OJ, Vice Pres. HJ, Pres. I Thesis: "The Effect of Anaesthetics on Nuclear and Cell Division in Root Tips." "She does everything and does it well." WALTER AUGUST REINERT "Reiny." Madison. Civil Engineering. C. E. Society, Senior Glee Club. , Thesis: "To Determine the Relative Cost of Various Floor Designs." "Nothing doing yet. Don't know what my thesis is going to be." 89 " SQ .. "' s:f-. Q' 'Q H 1f"2s w:-- -wiiiu.-.-'::v"21' 'balm f.4.':.2-Gris...:dv141.-'ff Wilr' 'M 'ki'.,s2.:i1S::"fi'-VegffiTS1f2r:f'-1:2255ff' fses::1:.,,,.. 'Q- -1 r-' aw'-M as -A H - ' -f-ae ' 'ff K F 1 1 ERNA CAROLINA REINKING N Madison. Letters and Science. S. G. A. Board GJ, Germanistische'Gesellschaft Thesis: "The School Edition of Storm 'Eine lVlalerarlceit.' " "A friendly heart with many friends." LILLIAN A. REMSBURC- l "LiIl." Rockford, lll. Entered as a Senior from Nlilwaulcee Downer. Letters and Science. Pythia, Woman's Athletic Assoc., Pythia Play l9l0, Senior Hockey Team l9l0. Thesis: "Pessimism in Thomas Hardy." I "For she's a jolly good fellow." - EDITI-I LOUISE RETTIG "Peg" Monticello, la. Entered as a Junior from Colorado University. ' Letters and Science. Thesiili "Introduction and Annotations to -Ieremias Gatthelf's 'E.lsie, die seltsame agcl.' " I "She comes we lcnow not whence: she goes we lcnow not whither. I ELWOOD ARTHUR RICHARDSON, TBH ME. A." ,Turtle Lakei Electrical Engineering. Thesis: x'Design of a High Tension 'l'ransformer." 'Silence does not always mark wisdom." K LINWOOD THOMAS RICHARDSON, TBH . UL. T." - Turtle Lake. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Design of a High Tension. Transformer." "Now fellows, l got to worlc to-night." MAURICE LEONARD 'RLCHARDSON "Rich." Turtle Lake. I Letters and Science. Thesg: "The Circulation in the lslands of Langerhans of the Pancreas of the at." "Dr. Till and l are great friends." ' 90 .11 t 1 l A i .1A I PEARL E. RICHARDSON "Richie."' Rockford, Ill. Letters ancl Science. Keystone: Y. XV. C. A. Pres. QD, Vice-Pres. QD, Sec. QD: W. A. A.g I Hockey Q4Dg Pythia, Vice-Pres. 1415 Consumer's League. I Thesis: mlnhe System of Charity in Winnebago Co., IlI." "Miss Richardson will now discuss, 'Why I celebrate on New Year's Eve.' " STEPHEN -IOI-IN RIC-NEY "Sandy," Scioto Nlills, Ill. Law. Thesis: "jurisdiction in Divorce." Nil-rue to the instincts of his nationality, he is always reacly for a scrap." BARBARA RUBY RIPLEY. "Bob." Oaklield. Entered as a junior from Oshkosh Normal. Letters ancl Science. I Thesis: "The Properties of the Helix." "The charm of her presence was felt where'er she went." , FLORENCE ROACI-I ' "Fuzz." Fennimore. Letters and Science. Y. W. C. A. Thesis: "The Regular Convex Polyhedronf "She toils not." ROBERT EARL ROBERTSON "Robbie" Fort Atkinson. Civil Engineering. Civil Engineering Society. ' Thesis: "Tests on Reinforced Concrete Fence Posts." "Character is a diamond that scratches every other stone." WALLACE ALEXANDER ROBINSON V Madison. Civil Engineering. Thesis: "Reinforced Concrete Design." "The less a man has in his skull, the more he needs in his pocket." ' 91 5 S I S .ieawiagkwwff MS' if my Ct' B 8 3 '1 'I ' ' N: M-'vt' 1 jff2r'Ji"?1f"7-i:L-- 1 'Ei-13? P ellie 'r51. 5ii-2r'E':.iii H231,zi-Lei-5ii2':."':'-1 gvifzififr. ,YQ "t ai ip., -.4-T21'f'7.nf1la3t lil. xS Wi" ..-V 'CSQ32-:-'47'.3'r12 H1""'zbf' 'ggi Q-Q',jj21 c2'v,.'.-195-A, .' jfgqgt 131-11 55,2 29:3-k .31Q'v,,f S.-x,d.1,,SA, ,M Yiykgg, :vying Wi" . i V ':" K 1' .,. ,-.4.,.s,.V..-. .. , ,,. ,. ,-. . , 45,-A my . ., f gt... .7 f,,,-Q. ,ww mf- . f. I A- H: xy 4 ,Q-. .- .. ,,.,w,..,.. -,,, ,. -., .4 L'-Q:-:.rm,r.sfe-asm.:1.-.'., fd if I - . at , 1- 's s-:L ff Q 1- szfrsmsem-:wr:vsws, " V .f::ss.s.i. w e WILLIAM CHARLES FREDERICK ROHDE "Bill" l Marinette. W Electrical Engineering. Thesis: A'Current Transformers." "I should have been an Agricf' JOHN NEAL ROHERTY "Jack" X Janesville. Civil Engineering. Athenae C. E. Society GJ HD, Pres. Thesis: "Rapid Sand Filters as Exemplified by the Cincinnati and Louisville Plants." ,- mfhe eternal question,-Big Joe or Little Joe." ' CORA JOSEPHINE ROI-IN, KKI' West Bend. Entered as a junior from Milwaukee Downer. - Letters and Science. Thesis: "Lessing's Theory of Comedy." "From every blush that kindles in thy cheeks, Ten thousand little loves and graces spring." RGBERT LEWIS ROTE, fbK1I' "SL" Monroe. General Engineering. Yellow Helmet, Student Conference HJ, U. W. Engineers' Club, Badger Rowing Club, junior Prom. Thesis: "The Design of a Reinforced Concrete Warehouse. "Father would like to have me pick up an honor here." n TAYLOR E. RUBY Madison. Entered as a Junior from Drake University. Letters and Science. Philomathia, Y. M. C. A. K Thesis: "The Measurement of the 'Hysteresis' Loss Directly: A Machine for Testing the Electrical Properties of Metals." , "Say fellows, letis start something." GRETCHEN RUEDEBUSCH Mayville. Letters and Science. Mortar Board, Basketball QU QD, Class V. Pres. Pythia. Thesis: "A Study of Theodore Storm's Treatment of Nature." "She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with, and pleasant too to think on.' 92 . FRANCES RUEDEBUSCH Mayville. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Relation of George III. to His Parliaments, l760-l783." "Conceal me what l am." RICHARD AUGUST RUEDEBUSCH, TBII "Rich," "Dick," "Rudy," Mayville. 'Mechanical Engineering. Treas. U. W. S. S. A. S. M. E. ' Thesis: "Commercial Test of a Compound Gasoline Engine." "lt is a beautiful necessity of our nature to love something--?" OLIVER SAMUEL RUNDELL, fIfAfIJ nP1xg." Livingston. Entered as a Junior from Platteville Normal. Law. Thesis: "Assignment by Gift of Choses in Action Capable of Delivery." "By love! That's what the Dean says." G. ARCHIBALD RUSSELL "Waddy," "Doo" Fond du Lac. Pharmacy IV. F. B. Power's Phammaceutical Society. Thesis: "The Collecting and Marketing of Crude Drugs in Wisconsin "Now lehulose-." VIOLET ST. SURE Madison. Letters and Science. Athletic Association, Hockey Team GD, Badger Board. Thesis: "Heredity and Environment in Sudermann's Dramas." "This 'violet' with her timid blue eye ls surely a blossom enchantingly shy." JESSE CHARLES SAEMAN "Jess," Aclell. Entered as a Junior from Lawrence University. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The Panic of IB57 in the North West." Uhxfho said Prom?" 93 se 2 at ' . 1 . " , -"-"'A"-' . . Q, " -- , , . : . 'ff . Q- 5- '1 5- . " ' if 1: , -I 2,11 1 ' ,g 1:5 'Eff , - f 1' ff., K I W4 3 5. ALEXANDER FELIX SAMUELS West Salem. ' Letters and Science. Thesis: "Architas Curve." "I may look like a ladies' man, but I'm not." BELINDA MARIE SANDERS "BiIIy." Madison. Nlusic. "Bright as the sun, her eyes the gazers strike, And like the sun.they shine on all alike." JESSIE GERTRUDE SCI-IINDLER, XS? ujessf' Boston, Mass. Entered as a Junior from Milwaukee Downer College. Letters and Science. Thesis: 'Wfhomas I-Iardy's Philosophy of Life as Expressed Through I-Iis I-Ieroinesf' nvfhy, it's perfectly self evident." ALFRED CHARLES SCI-IMIDT, KE "Shifty." Milwaukee. Letters and Science. I Second Lieutenant Class President QD, Choral Union, Music Study Club QD, Storks, International Club, Philomathia, Delegate to First Annual Convention of the Association of Cosmopolitan Clubs. Thesis: "Development of Socialism in Milwaukee." "Dc you think the University will be able to run next year without me?" CORA VIRGINIA SCHNEIDER, :UD "Coz," Milwaukee. Letters and Science. Nlortar Board, Junior Class Play Committee, Red Domino, Junior Class Play. Thesis: "Sulphureous Acid Detemxination of Titanium." "When she had passed, it seemed like the ceasing of exquisite- music." WALTER GEORGE SCHNEIDER Madison. ' i Electrical Engineering. I Thesis: "The Globe Photometerf' "Always on the job." 94 P ' "- ' I" ' i ' - - E -:, . ',,, I . I FRANCIS ALBERT SCI-INUCHEL Letters and Science. Sergeant Major, Philomathia, German Glee Club fly CZJ, Senior Glee Club Thesis: "The Influence l865." "Keep a stiff upper lip." IVIATI-IILDE CHRISTINE SCI-IOENIVIVANN Letters and Science. Thesis: i'Causes of the "Sweetly, seriously sentimental." KONRAD F. SCHREIER, 'IBKE Letters ancl Science. Thesis: "The Influence of the Chloricles on the Percipitates of Ammonium lVIolybdate of Phosphorousf' Uxlvise from the top of his head up." HENRY AUGUST SCI-IUETTE, AXE, fIvAT Chemistry Course. Scabbarcl ancl Blade, Lieut. QD, Capt. OJ, Major UU, W. W. Daniells Chem. Society, Sec. QQ, Pres. Thesis: "Nitrogen in Bacterial Cultures." A'These are the times that try men's souls," WALTER BIERSACI-I SCI-IULTE, ATS? "Schatzie." lvlaclison. Chemical Engineering. u ' Scabbarcl ancl Blacle, First Lieutenant QD, Captain GJ, Colonel OU, Secretary W. W. Daniells Chemical Society QD, Executive Committee Germanistische Gesellschaft. Thesis: "Vaporization 'AAI-t, Biersachl Thy warrior days are o'er." Mechanical Engineering. Steel." Ulf I do not go away from here a wise man, I shall go a better man.', 5 "Snuclc." ' Kenosha. 1 of the Race Problem on Politics in the South Since ..Mal'.. Spring Green. Navigation Act of l696." "I:estie." Sheboygan. "I'Ieine." Green Bay. ancl Condensation of Copper and Zinc." ARTHUR FRED SCHULTZ "Art," "Schlitz." A Manitowoc. S. S. A. 5. IVI. E. U. W. Engineer? Club, Thesis: "The Effect of Case I-Iarclening and Heat Treating on the Strength 'of , 1 I 95 S' JL. fl-0 r iff LL . NRS, . . .. .. , . . . . . - '- ' .-1 j ' 1 '-J,:1Qff"'-. ,.aG,-2.,:'51:f sift'-4" .sf qs' 're "Nh gig. , -. ' , .As .5'-fa.':E:. vv.,-.,--..-13.1:fg.,e Z-1, ' - ' 4.1-01 viz' r,:g3f3-1:5-Q11Y'2.-:- C,,p,:g,'351 I 3 , Q , 'V ' V v-2,35 '.2ff.:,.j e L- r I Kgfzw'-' .5 4, ij YZ-QI1,:T1f"'.1"'Ff Q":-1- , "-.3,"r:11z:.f"' ' -.:r":.'11,.,-151 X- 'G Q.-' "A'Ei-2f,5555.S1:.1-'L-. S2iiZ-.us-5r2,'13Y8Si:1z1ib5:.'fQ Im dclsa 7k1'C.lfIeiibzrjz'stdazlkwkldifaxhia-'22-1Q1lI:.Us551-4.. .'J"1-b1:':"::,:.sr. 'mzmflxlm e '-.. . Q .Q mf BL-. EJ! 'K C ' ' " 4 QL-.. 4- Q.,-.--geivd.-:ix:.'..59' au iisbkbzbliiedildv BEATRICE. EUGENIA SEAVER "Bea." Lake lVlills, Entered as a Sophomore from Cumniclis School of Oratory. Letters and Science. ' Pythia, Y. VV. C. A. Thesis: "Bernard Shaw's Purpose as Seen in His Plays." "As the stars twinkle in the firmament, so do I shine before the footlightsf' GERTRUDE SELLERY, AI' 'iGert." Chicago, Ill. Letters and Science. ' Thesis: "Newfoundland Fisheries up to l780." "lt's nice to have a brother in the faculty, but it doesn't do me any good." BURNS OSCAR SEVERSON, ATS! "Buck" Stoughton. Agriculture. Class Football. Athenae, Badger Boat Club. Thesis: 'AThe Relation of the Age of Dairy Cows to the Cost of Milk Production." "Hello boys, I'm dog-goned glad to see you." , FRANK JOHN SHANNON, fT'AA, 'DAT Oconomowoc. Letters and Science. Philomathia, Pres. OU, Joint Debate, Closer Freshman Blow Out, Sophomore Semi-Public. "There is always hope in a man who actually and earnestly works. ln idleness alone is there perpetual despair." A EDITH SHATTO, Ai? "Choo-Choo." Santa Anna, California. Entered as a Junior from the University of California. Letters and Science. Thesis: A'Knights of Labor During the Eighties." A "Though she was twenty-seven the lines of youth still clung to her hguref I ETI-IEL R. SI-IATTO, A111 Tuslin, Califorriia. ' Entered as a Senior from Mendota College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Tragic Guilt in l-lauptmann's Chief Dramas. I "Edith Shatto's sister." vu l 96 ? ' ' ' 3 ii A ,., - M. , , 'f . " f 'ff u. V - -MAI,-: vi, -. V V ,j.,, . , . 5 f.,..-my'31-Vj5:f5r..:f7:qf,-.' .' 1 ."' . 'ill ' ' .V ' ' . ' r ' ' 511 r 1 3' 1 ' ff: - z r"?"5-.Ji f il f 'L' 5 '37 -i"1"-'Qi' i i V . ' '- - ' iw- ' il tr ' ' l is , Q 7.1- .s .f., V V s . .,...r.y...... D..M, ... r....s .,... ..-..V.t......,..f.L,....-,.. MARGARET SHELTCN. "Maggie" Rhinelander. Letters and Science. Castalia. Plhesis: "A Comparison of Swinburne's Tale of Balen, and Tennyson's Balin and Balan with Malory's Morte d'Arthur." "My Wellesley papers came to-day." - ' IRENE ETTA SHENKENBERG "Shenk." Vfaterford. Letters and Science. Hockey U33 Badger Board: Castalia, Sec. QD, Pres. f4Dg Intercollegiate Debating Committee Qjg S. G. A. Board O19 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet G13 Keystone. l Thesis: 'iSocial and Economic Life in Maryland, Pennslyvania and New Jersey Colonial Times." l "Blessed with noble thoughts." ANNA SI-IEPARD, KA9 "Anne." Mason City, Iowa. Entered as a Junior from Mt. Holyoke College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "The lnliuence of Lord Jeffrey Upon Contemporary Writers." "She seemed all earthly matters to forget." FRANK VALENTINE SHERBURNE uSherhie." , Freemont. Civil Engineering. Corporal QU, Sergeant 'f2j, Cermanistische Gesellschaft U1 Q25 U. W. Civil Engineering Society, QD OJ Thesis: "An Accurate Determination of the Stiffness of Standard Rail Sections." "Well, l guess l'll go to bed." CLARA MARIE SHERWOOD. Necedah. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Land Policy of the U. S. During Washington's Administration. "A worker-always doing her level best." ARTHUR ALEXIS SHILLANDER- ' "Emma" Rugby, N. Dakota. Entered as a Sophomore from State Normal School, Valley City, North Dakota. Letters and Science. ' Athena, Socialist Club, Norma Samlag. Thesis: "Salary Situation of the Rural School Teachers of Wisconsin "The destiny of the world or' the destiny of the Socialist." l 97 fm " ' ' 2 Viggie-fm - f' '12 slilfafz Q '2' ' f5Z?1f'f misaiflsslszfs-i , , 11-.im -5 ss PAUL HERMAN SIEFERT "Lief," "Snyke." Omro. Electrical Engineering. Awema, U. W. Engineers Club. Thesis: "Design of a Ballast for Low Voltage Tungsten Lamps." "A man without a country: no one knowest from whence he cometh nor wither he goeth." , JASPER' EDGAR SIMONS, KZ ..JaP'-,. Lodi. Pharmacy IV. F. B. Power's Pharmaceutical Association. Thesis: "Wisconsin Oil of W0rmwvood." - "Would that others would follow my example of industry." JEFFERSON ALLAN SIMPSON "Simp," "Sammie." Shullsburg. Commerce. ' , Comrgqercial Club, Yellow Helmet, U. Wf Baseball Team Q35 Japan 'rip 31. Thesis: "The United States Consul in Japan and China." "At Wisconsin or in foreign lands. l-le wins the praise of baseball fans." AXEL THEODORE SJOBLOM A'Shorty." Grantsburg. Electrical Engineering. U. W. Engineer's Club. ' Thesis: "Determination of the Characteristics of a Turbo-Blower Set." "l am just about as tall as any man in 'Varsityf' KEMPER SLIDELL, BSU "Kemp" General Engineering. Mllwaukee' Yellow Helmet, lnner Gate, Skull and Crescent, Class Basket Ball C21 C35 UU. 'Varsity Squad C41 Class Crew GJ, Student Conference QQ, Junior Prom. Committee, Wisconsin Engineer BJ, Ass't Business Manager Wisconsin gfngineer Q41 Civil Engineering Society, Badger Boat Club, lnternational u . Thesis: "Efficiency Test of a Deming Triplex Power Driven Pump." 'ivvould you ever take me for a parson's son? Would you really?" i BEULAH EXAELXN SMITH H a. w Ashland. 5 Letters and Science. 5 Castalia. l Thesis: ."To What Extent is. it Right to Enjoy Luxury?" 1 l malce it a point never to miss a special lecture." l 98 V 'llii'T"'i7-:i"f I V' I 1 - fi ' 'IIA ":v"""i ii E 5' vi I " 'I '1'-'3fi'5f1-,.- 1 ' , n, , ., ,nl are :MT-, ' '-'1'-,g- .V 1, ' 2" 3 r . i n-I' e-1 , I tl 5 -', 4 - " ff, 9 ,j-,,52 ,-g ,,.-- .yg H 315 , , Q M , A1 N' H .,,, , ,,.L1.,.-,g:.,.,1g'g4,, .,- gy., .g:1.':4,.,,.,,. . ,,A 1s..z.g, A ,.,, ,.,m .1,.1.A,ffL..:v.-,L-. e.-,.,,..4..- CHARLES FORSTER SMITH, JR., ZAE, CIPAYIF "Frosty." . Madison. Law. Monastics, Traclc Team CID HD, Junior Smoker Committee, Bus. Manager U. W. Alumni Magazine, Prom. Committee Thesis: i'Recovery of Money Paid Under Mistake of Fact and Law- Contractual and Non-Contractual." "A study of law cullivates justice, they say-take heed." FREDERICK ANSEL SMITH "Crab," "Goat," "Srnity." Chippewa Falls. Law. Thesis: "Rights of the Beneficiary and the Trustee in Bankruptcy in a Life Insurance Policy on the Life of a Banlcrupt Assured." "There's a live one." OSCAR SEYELLA SORIANO orr. Malabon, Rizal, Philippine Islands. Agriculture. International Club, U. W. 2nd Lieut. . Thesis: "The Composition of Fifth Nomial Nitric Acid-Extract of and Virgin Soils." "He delighteth in being called the Filipino Shakespeare." DIANA I-IENRYETTA SPERLE "Nina," "Hank" McFarland. Letters and Science. W. A. A.. Germanistische Gesellschaft. Nora Samlag, Secretary Thesis: "The Use of the Supematural in American Short Stories." "Smiles, smiles, unending smiles. In radiant lines for miles and miles." WOODHULL IRWIN SPITLER, XXII - Rensselaer, Indiana. Letters and Science. A Inner Cate, Yellow Helmet. Thesis: "The London Money Market for the Year l902." "Life is just one damn thing after another." IVAN HERBERT SPOOR, TBII Oshkosh. Mechanical Engineering. U. W. E.ngineer's Club, U. W. S. S. of A. S. M. E. ' Thesis: "Belt Vibration and Tension." "Kind, like a man, was he: lil-ze a man, too, would he have his way" ' 99 Cropped fe? X 5? Q .5 3 xxx? -f V.-V 1 , 'V 11 - - -Miz., w , - -. .-snr H-.gg-'-.1. 2.-.-141-,:1::,,.,:vfq:g--1-1q.f.,-.-- --: 4135111-f"-'.'.'-f-.-:ze-.-qwzf-.1 ,-w1f2,:ss31:f1.' :'s":f,:'fff.74i'2,11-:sw-wyg.fra r':Qsag,f',-zg.'.g::- .11 .- -, , , ' f- ., . f . :exp '-4-n-:ffm:.rs,..-M1411-u-s 4' istbf, . -are 1'-1-..a,-Tg: V' 1-:fp-'W -f1:G7:25.re95-Fail?newwfzfifz-51:51-y-y:-wide-2 f 4 1 31-.'-. -Q ri-va., 31-Zeibrf-1:as-'2:1:.'.'2"-.P dsx? gliffli' ixzzrfire -I 'f.:s1'g2"'.- . -z4::.-V'--zz.-:mfs-."f.'41a rig-2514-Pffff.59:iv.,7'-.zwf"2f1pS1W-:stick-1'rgwiqvz-A1'-2. rl.-Mx-ri' -1'-Mir? -N. . Av.-1 .V-J., .rfrgfc-f,'-.-1.1. 'wi N -f iw- 'cg'-.rf-.1 19 ff: as .. 1.1-:mf " -'-51-X' 'MV gvf 1.-5-gaze -MQQ ,s1"'a' ' ' G .. .2 - . - ' ' ' " 27 .1-ss?'Qw3s:e!m+ea:n.-,shr,w-.:'f.:-':'-1 :f.'-:arse-5:13-:re,-L.-:rsef:.us:::-my-v-r - "' I ALICE ADELLE. SPRECI-IER I IVIadison. Letters and Science. Y. W. C. A. Thesis: "Nature in Burns." "She was born a talker and has fair lived up to it." l BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SPRINGER, CIFBK, BFE ' "Bennie," "Boh." Milwaukee. Commerce. Class Sec. QU, Treas. QZDQ Student Conference Q3Dg Commercial Club: Badgerg Athenae QU QZJ Q31 Q4J, Rec. Sec. QU, Sec. QZJ, V. Pres. Pres. QLD, Closer Freshman Blow Out QU, Semi-Public QZJQ U. W. Orchestra QD Q21 Q31 Q4j, Librarian Qlj QZJ: U. W. Band QU Q21 Q31 Q4j, Librarian QU QZJ, Bus. Mgr. Q4j: Germanistische Gesellschaft Q31 Q4Jg Executive Committee Q4Jg German Play QD Thesis: "Promotion of Foreign Trade." "Du Iaist wie eine Blume." CHARLES 'VVILLIAIVI STARK, JR., YPAA - "Starlcie." Law. Tiffany. ' Philomathia. I I Thesis: "Limit of the Legislative Power to Amend or Alter a Charter Under the Reserved Power to Amend, Alter or Repeal." - "A hard worker and a good fellow." 1 KARL ED. VON STEINIVIETZ, TAA Madison. Entered as a Senior from U. uf Chicago. Law. , Thesis: "Guaranty and Indemnity Contracts and Credit Insurance. . "No man can either live piously or die righteously without a wife." n ELINOR STEPHENS, AI' , Chicago. III. - Letters and Science. Badger Board, Red Domino, Junior Class Play Committee, Senior Class Play Committee. Thesis: "The Dramatic Works of I-Ienry Arthur Jones." "O the' divinity of being 'Richf " LOUIS DEWITT STEPI-IENSON IVIadison..A Pharmacy II. i Thesis: HComparative Structure of Roots of White and Burr OaIcs."' "Men are never so good nor so bad as their opinions." I 100 cm Loe,1 M My -- . Y f. . . . , . -'Fix 'l-if V- V I - ,V -I 'lf ii' - . s' 'I 'P Y- 'J ' ' . . Y - .f-1,-G. , ., X sf I 3, I , X lg . Q ' ' . V ' , . 4 - -A.. .-Ls .. ,...i.,.1.:. -.-.ei-..--..:.isc... 'Y '-'f mxe,...X, 4 ,.-2: -'Y J vLJs'z'...f1sfm L 3.1 ifzsffff ,4g,g,,,.5qin,y:. ,-Hgh.--.,,1i4f yfsy ELLIS DAYRE STILLWELL l "Stilly." Alexandria, South Dakota. Entered as a Junior from University of S. Dakota. Electrical Engineering. U. W. Engineer's Club. Thesis: "The Design of a Ballast for a Tungsten Light. "My name comes in handy when people ask how I feel." U GILMAN LLEWELLYN STORDOCK "Story." Beloit. Pharmacy II. Thesis: "United States Pharmacopoeal Compounds from Mineral Point Zinc." "Yes, I'm from Beloit." OLIVER WENDELL STOREY, TBIT, AXE 'DAT "Wen," "I..evy." ' Milwaukee. Chemical Engineering. W. W. Daniells Chemical Society, Awema, Class Track Team, 'Varsity Track Team C21 Q35 HJ, 'Varsity Aquatic Team Thesisli IA Study of the Properties of Iron Sherardized by Zinc and Other eta s." "Alasl There are no more scholastic honors to be obtained." I-IAZEL STRAIGHT ' Madison. - Letters and Science. I junior Class Play, Castalia, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C33 QU, S. G. A. Board U5 Ql- Thesis: "Economic Policy of Mr. I-Iuskisson and Its Effect in the Abolition of the Colonial Mercantile System." "I have such pleading eyes." CLIVE JOSEPH STRANG Alexandria, Minn. ' Law. Forum-Columbia. Thesis: "Is Delivery Essential to the Inception of a Negotiable Instrument?" "Lord Mansfield scorned legal technicalities, and so do I." MARJORIE STRONG, KA9 Dodgeville. Entered as a Junior from Milwaukee Downer. Letters and Science. . Mortar Board. ' Thesis: "The Initiative and Referendum as Applied to Special Subjects." "She that is of a merry heart hath a continual feast." 101 - f ., . . . ,.,,- . . ,..V.. v.f, .. , . .. . ,.,f 2 V1.- .. ,,.V , , ..f,.,. 1 -.1,. ,..:,-1f-L. Q V .ff- .f-.. ..A., J 1 ' V f . 1 . " .- ff - w ' " . Sf ASW m 1 2. P. si, - 1 V Y l V ' .' .1 l 3 ' f " 1:5 if 1 .3 K L, 1 r az 15'-' --...1,.,grj,4-'- I J -"' .ff . GUY H. SUHS, TBH "Susie," "Souse." i Waupaca. Mechanical Engineering. U. W. S. S. A. S. M. E., Student Conference Q Thesis: "Determination of Relation Between Steam Turbine Nozzle Reaction and Velocity of Flow of Steam." "A good fellow as Well as a good student." ' - HENRY ANTON SUMNICHT "Hank," "Sum." Bonduel. Electrical Engineering. Yellow Helmet, Crew UD QD QD, Class Treas. Thesis: "Wave Form of Unbalanced Polyphase Alternatorsf llM8gDll:lCCDl specimen of human happiness." SARAH AUGUSTA SUTHERLAND, AXQ "Sadie" - V Madison. Agriculture. ' Thesis: "A Study of the Methods of Cooking the Rump of Beef, Showing Cost in Market, Cost in Preparation and Loss in Cooking." "Say, girls, did you hear the latest?" ADA ELIZABETH SWENSON, CIPBK "Beth." Madison. Letters and Science. Castalia CU, Executive Comm. Germanistische Gesellschaft. Thesis: "Female Characters in Theodor Stgmfs Novels." "No, I didn't make it on graft." DAVID LESTER SWARTZ HD. L.," "Dave" Waukesha. Entered as a Junior from Milwaukee Normal. Letters and Science. Philomathia, Germanistische Gesellschaft. Thesis: "Methods of Determination of Specific Heat of Allotrophic Substances." "Me for sleep, the balm of hurt minds, sore labor's bath. great nature's second course. THORBORG SWENSON, AFA I "Thorn" . ' Rockford, Illinois. Letters and Science. Class Basketball Team ' 1 "To be called a senior is not always synonymous with dignity." l l ' 102 A N, .. X V , . Nbr. T . ,C , ' W 5 v, 7 asgilfh 'I . Y 1 .II 3: h 'Q 4, ,,. I, I, , gr- ' V' . ' f f s : ,.,, , f., T... ' Z , ' M ' .Q , r g-5 .8: G 9 , 1 1 e il!-1 ,1,:,5iVy! , g ,: . . . r , , . ., . . . . ly - f .- .. . .. 1 .- 1, ,.'..: ... . ...nec-..f., :...tf. ....Aw.... .. CHARLES HOMER TALBOT "Judge," "Senator." Madison. Entered as a Sophomore from Michigan and De Pauw Universities. I Letters and Science. Athenae, U. W. Senate, Republican Floor Leader, Senior Clee Club. Thesis: "The Social and Political Effects of the Initiative and Referendum." "The 'I. and R.' " A I CLARA ISABELL TAYLOR, Xml "Clariss." Taylorville, Ill. Entered as a Sophomore from Millikin University. Letters and Science. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, English Club. 1 Thesis: "Music and Shakespeare." "Oh, do I have to pay a dollar?" ETHEL ROSE TAYLOR, KA9 Sioux City, Iowa. Letters and Science. Castalia, Treas. Q21 f4J, S. G. A. Treas. UU, junior Class Play, Y. W. C. A., Consumers' League, Germanistiche Gesellschaft. Thesis: "The Personal Element in C-rillparzer's Masterpieces." "The rose that all are praising." MARY KATHERINE TAYLOR, All "Kate," ' Madison. Letters and Science.- Thesis: "Fourth Eclogue of Vergilf' "Mistress of herself tho' China fall." 7lE. ' ' CLYDE HADRIAN TEARNAN "Frenchy." Nlarshfield. ' Letters and Science. Cacluceus. Thesis: "The Relation of the Thoracic Duct to the Semilunar Ganglion, Coeliac Axis, and Superior Mesenteric Artery of Felis Domesticaf' "We must do our work alone." ' RAYMOND ARTIEDIUR TEARNAN ' "Stu Nledicine. Marshfield. Caduceus. Thesis: "The Relation of the Thoracic Duct to the Semilunar Ganglion, the Coeliac Axis, and the Superior Mesenteric Artery of Felis Domesticaf' "Our best work his clone by -ourselves." A 103 . ,.- H , , 1 ,I . v , ,. - .HIE Egnumfw .iii , 4 . iv. 3, .6 V X 'I .KL , . I .n H In v A, K ' i tat ' W m A ' Xt W F' F V. 19 Yf" 3'9fz' 9 .-::-":'4 ':1.'1-..,:.-L-:Q:.+f.a.4:s.1.a-:arise-wastes 1- ze-m a ,se . .. nf . e- .-.sz 1 ' .sn '. - . 1 .... . .fp " rc . .u '.,: iw' CLARA JEANNETTE. TERRY, KKL' Madison. Letters and Science. Red Domino. Thesis: "The Study of Commercial Yeast. "Always so weary, always so in woe." JESSIE. CLARE TERRY Baraboo. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Internal Improvements in Virginia, l8l5-t860." UA light heart lives long." - l FRANK CARLTON Tl-IIESSEN .WI-'.. Oshkosh. Civil Engineering. ' Student Conference. Thesis: "Tests of Footings for Reinforced Concrete Columns." "A quiet type of good, active, earnest boyhood." ALBERT LUDWIG THOMPSON, AZ "Tommy," "Jacko," "Sharkey." Blair. Agriculture. g Hesperia, Holstein-Friesian Club, Norma Samlag, Student Famxer Q31 QD, 'Varsity Baseball I Thesis: "The Relation of Age to the Production of Milk and Butter Fat." "After a season's experience with the 'Varsity, 1 became star tiinger on Hesperia." JAMES STACY THOMPSON, CPKKI' "jimmy," "Tommy." Ligonier, Indiana. Letters and Science. V . , Iron Cross: Monasticsg Badger, General Chairman: Cardinal UD QD CO, Managing Editor QU: Glee Club QQ: Press Club, V. Pres. GD, Union Committee, Hoosier Club: Y. M. C. A.: Student Conference. Thesis: "Arbitration Agreemen.t Between Publishers' Association and Typo- graphical Union." . "lt pays to go to Peshtigof' LUCY BELL THOMPSON "Lucy Lu," "Tommy." Mitchell, So. Dak. ' Entered as a Sophomore from Dakota Wesleyan University. Thesis: "Legislation Against Catholics Under Elizabeth." "Sometimes cunning, sometimes coyg yet never fails to please." 104 K-. QW The Q dei 'Q-'Q' . "Egg, Q X, .5 IEQAIIATL nl. , K . , V JA' -3 .,, -.. X ' xg . .. -... . s .- 1. 14 I, it , ,f ' ' E., - l . ., , . 'Y ,'f,:F,,f 1 -Q, ' . W L , ,,'., ' .A M .-ei' .VN 1' Y,y'.,'.-Q -,.-,Ll Lg.-. -V 1 . ..,... . . m, , :7 ' K V ., H . AN ' a.' P' 4'171. 'tsIml.,'..'iLa' -'Isa -wr 12 ibbfml-" ' ' 41 " ' 9 SARAH ELLEN THRASHER " ell." Kewaunee, Illinois. Music. Choral Union UD, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 01, Consumer-'s League. Thesis: "A Comparison of Miss Swanwiclos and Mr. Pearson's Translation of Schiller's 'Die Jungfrau von Orleansf " "I no longer vow to die a batchelor maid." EARLE EDWIN TIFFANY, AAIIH "Tiff" La Crosse. Letters and Science. Badger Boat Club, Athena flj QQ, Mn.dolin Club, joint Manager QD, Student Conference U. W. Orchestra CID QQ QD, Haresfoot Orchestra Q33 Thesis: "The Origin of Iron Ore Granules." "He was a rake among scholars, and a scholar among ralcesf' FRANK WAITE TILLOTSON, AZ "Tilly." - ' Madison. Agriculture. Hesperia, W. A. A., Track Team QQ C41 Student Conference Thesis: "Methods of Control of Coccidae in Fruit Growing." "He is a quiet youth--at times." WALTER HENRY TIMM, EN "Count," Plymouth. Law. Badger, Junior Play. Thesis: "Repeal in Toto of Franchises in Vvisconsin 'ils there a poker down his back?" FRANCIS ARTHUR TORKELSON "Terk" Black River Falls. Civil Engineering. C. E. Society C25 OD Thesis: "Railway Location." "One Tau Bete in the family is enough." 'MARY REGINA TORMEY ' "C1ene." . Madison. Letters and Science. l Thesis: "A Study of Addison's Style in the Spectator." "Her second name is Regina and we'll agree it's very appropriate." 1 05 V-'Z .- "F s 1- ' ' ' . f- . f"::?'L Fi' 45.-ms, :Sit:.'ifE:2"i E21"'5f'2E-1.235-.'. J ' ' e- ,1':. ,.1 4 ' 2, e,:i,.' 1:1-21' 'f ...gl-21:13. intl- .50-if -.Jg:"f" 122 ,1fsL.f23zfI"2-5.14 Ntkzygrli 5'f11f5?:5f" ' ' ""' ' f?'?19?E5:1 f:msese.:s m e--' 4,,,g. ' -1:-:af-1:23::ss:sTer.:-mess. .msdis ':t. ms5:-ee:.:- s- n u... -1ersss.s.e.asw....s .sesswim.1:1:,.srs,es:ff - x EDWARD BAYINGTON TOURTELLOT, ACACIA "Ted." l Hopkinton, lowa. Entered as a Sophomore from Lenox College. Civil Engineering. U. W. Engineers' Society, Senior Minstrels OD Thesis: "Investigation and Design of a Hydro-Electric Power Plant on the Menominee River at Twin Falls, Michigan." "The storm is master. Man as a ball, is tossed twixt winds and snows," REUBEN NICHOLAS TRANE "Rube" La Crosse. Mechanical Engineering. Yellow Helmetg Class Crew U05 'Varsity Crew Q25 QQ, Captain QU: Athletic Board: Class Sec. UD: Union Committee QD f4j,i Treas. QU: Badger Boat Club Pres. GD: Prom.: Pres. U. W. Section A. S. M. E. Thesis: "The Effect of a Vacuum jacket Upon Steam Engine Cylinders." MGreatn.ess lies in doing, not in seeing great things." HENRY 'il RAXLER o ' nHank." Civil Engineering, Milwaukee. Haresfoot, Junior Play. Thesis: Hlnvestigation of the Hydraulic Ram." "What's the news on the Rialto?" ' JOHN EDWARD TRELEVAN, BFE, ACACIA uTree," "Steve" Omro. Entered as a Sophomore from Oshkosh Normal. Commerce. Student Conference QD, Treasurer Commercial Club Thesis: "Methods of City Promotion by Means of Organization of Local Busi- ness Men." "XVhat stronger breast plate than a breast untaintedf' JOHN GRIBBLE TREWARTHA "jack" i Hazel Green. Mining Engineering Thesis: "The Location and Development of a Zink Property." "Anyone would lcnow that Tre was a 'minorf " KATHARINE TRUE. "Kathl" Baraboo: K Letters and Science. - ........ ...... .... - Y. W. C. A., S. G. A. Board QD Consumers' League, Class Vice-Pres. Thesis: "City Life as Portrayed by Pliny and Juvenalf' 'Seeinghhernonce you'd call her an angel, except that her wink proclaims the devil in er. Yi 106 Z5 ' , 'b i i xi m YUY gi -' A Q S' CHU-TUNG TSAI Canton, China. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Extra Territoriality in China." "Still waters run deep." FLORENCE STELLA TWO. Winnebago, lll. Entered as a junior from Rockford Women's Coll Letters and Science. Round Table, Keystone. Thesis: "The Waitress' Union of Chicago." "An' a spinster I be an' I will be, if soii please Cro ege. W. O. VAN LOON "Van," "Bill." Madison. Civil Engineering. C. E. Society, 'Varsity Crew QD, Badger Boat Club Q21 CD UU, Student Conference f4j . Thesis: "Valuation of Public Utilities with Special Reference to lnterurban Roads as Freight Carriers." "Fat and good naturedf' KARL EDWARD WAGNER "Hans" Freeport, Illinois. Civil Engineering. Scabbard and Blade, Major, Junior Ex. Thesis: "The Design of a Water Power Plant on the Ro Illinois." "Two men may differ and both be wrong." JOHN HOWARD WAITE "Doe." Brooklyn. Civil Engineering. Thesis: "Experimental Tests on Overshot Water Vvheelsf' "Beware, lest thou fail to reach your brother's ideal." ETHEL LOVONNE WALBRIDGE Madison. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Influence of Ovid on Shakespeare! Comedies." "Shakespeare is a lucky man, To have his work in such a hand." d, to the hendf' t...: a..s:'.Zb1b.f ai ck River at Byron, 107 - ' f ' ' I :1 .1 .,g.1"1 31 ggiiv,eg, , 2 9 1'-' . - 5 if .- . , .1,f' . 2.3: ij . E: j s -- .fi ' 'wi pfp'.u,,g.-.., ....1:'z. ,Q 1'?--:rsh-:.:3.-ie-f11.:Qss:f. gif, 'ff '-Q-e1a?'lf:.-l,g2..Ii8-1-.x-11:11 '.2:1'f.-'56-.."1s2:'2i2f. .ffa-'mm . MARGARET JULIA WATERS Jackson, Nebraska. Entered as a Junior from St. Clara College. Letters and Science. Thesis: "A Study of a Translation of Hermann und Dorothea ' "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." CLARENCE FORBES WATSON "Wattie," "lVIike." Ashland. Civil Engineerin . ' junior Play. Thesis: "Tension Tests of Wire Ropes." "lt is good to make a jest, but not to make a trade of jestingf' GEORGE LOCKE WATSON Fond du Lac.. Entered as a Senior from Ripon College. Letters and Science. ' Thesis: "Comparison of An.nulus in Decapod Crustacef' "Oh! Carie! I have something to tell you." EARL SYDNEY WEBER "Web." Lyndon. Commerce. . Class Play, Commercial Club. Thesis: :'The Canning and Preserving lndustry in the United Statesfw "An Actor?" FRANK VIVIAN WEDLOCK "Wed." Mineral Point. Electrical Engineering. Thesis: "Current Transformers." "The world knows little of its greatest men." LESLIE. BRYANT WEED, AI' "Les.". Milwaukee. Letters and Science. 1 Wislynx. Thesis: "Some of the I-leroines in Ovid." i'Laugh and the world laughs with you." of ws -f.h.vz,ugfV,. ' -.1 - h .-. . 1 g - .A , I - . . , 1 -5'I'flP""-Elf v 1 ' J . 1 ' I 1 f' '?5l"'f'e . . .N ' ' f - ai' 'f "-' iff" I -'H' -'4. . .., " . ,- , ' My , . f' -3 . , ,,-. - ', , , 'A' ' ' J K 1 ' ' I f-'f -. "gi l, E 55 " f. f " "" ' RAYMOND PHILIP WEIDENFELLER "Weidy." Mineral Point. Civil Engineering. Thesis: "An Investigation of the Reinforcement in Round Cement Fence Posts." "A pleasing personality is a perpetual letter of introduction." OLIVER R. WEINANDY Cochrane. Entered as a Junior from Stevens Point Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Mechanics Liens." "But quiet to quick bosoms is a hell.". . FREDERICK JOSEPH WELD, BFE "Freddie" Rockford, Ill. Commerce. Thesis: "Money Market of England for the Year l90l." "Please notice everyone I made the honorary society." FLORENCE ADELE WELLS' Wauwvatosa. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Labor Legislation Under Elizabeth." UOI1 ya! Perfectly good Dutchman." HAROLD LLEWELLLYN WELSH, ATA ee. Kansas City, Mo. ' Entered as a Senior from University of Missouri. Mining Engineering. Thesis: "The Economic Geology of the Weingarten Area in Missouri "Takes all the geology he can get." JOHN THOMAS WELSH "Jack," M Madison, . Electrical Engineering. - Scabloard and Blade. Second Lieut., Lieut. Colonel HJ, Captain C31 Olympia. Thesis: "Regulation of Alternators." "A modest good-natured little man. What is the Engineering School coming to?" 109 l f if ft fl. KX HHN , ..., -. . ..,,..,... 1. i .Q .-M., f , ., ., ,., ..,, V.. , V . .QM ,A . ..A-H. ,-...J .. 4 .. , M xo .. t . r. .A ..,,.,mv ' . ' z.:arz.1.i. e-4:2514s:g,.:':L!:m-zs,te..::s+- -u:s.:az.'35k:-.Q .nec 'ears-s.eQtta:.wmiee.:.s..:a-msgs. s..:4-:aurora-.-. 11,11 . 1:-:-.ire .aa- Mrk. . :swf , .m.g:-. .. :f:..1.. ,ze aw.-.,,:.'ss sa... N...-..f. ..:.,:.g.c-Q.,-,.,-.1:, ' LUCY WELSH Milwaukee. Entered as a Sophomore from Milwaukee Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "Early History of Blackwood's Magazine " ul can'tg l have to feed my squirrel now." WILLIAM IOHN WETZEL, TBH Madison. Civil Engineering. .' Thesis: "The Design of a Steel Building." "Almost too quiet to be an Engineer." MARIAN WHIDDEN, HBKIP Oak Park. ,Ill. Letters and Science. Mortar Board, Womens Athletic Assoc., lntersorority Bowling, Sec. QD, Pres. MQ, Consumers' League Board, Equal Suffrage. Treas. HD, Edwin Booth Play QD, S. G. A. Board flj Thesis: "Furnishing Meals to School Children." "I am for votes for women. Suffragettes, step lively,-see that your feet track." HARLAN MERRITT WHISMAN "Whis." l-luron, So. Dakota. Letters and Science. 1 ' Nlonastics, baseball Mgr. QU, Swing Out Committee, Senior Glee Club, Eng. Minstrels Y M. C. A. Social Committee, S. Dakota Club, Pres. Thesis: uThe London Money Market During the Year I905." "So we'll go no more a roving so .late into the night." WILDON F. XXII-IITNEY, BGH, 'DNF "BilI." Whitewater. Entered as a Junior from Nvhitewater Normal. .aw. Monastics. Thesis: "Was the Case of Pittsburg Mining Co. vs. Spooner Properly Decided?" "Still water runs deep." JOHN WOODWORTH WILCE, AKE P "jack" Milwaukee. Commerce. Inner C-ateg Skull and Crescent: lron Crossg Yellow Helmetg Freshman Football Teamg Football HVVU QD GJ, Captain C453 Freshman Crew: 'Varsity Crew, "XV" Q23 C31 Q03 Freshman Basketball Captaing Basketball QD O53 Chairman Prom. Floor Committeeg Student Conference f4jg Vice- President Athletic Board HJ: Union Committee f-455 Student Courtg Glee Club QU, Leader QD: Junior Play Sextette G39 President Y. M. C. A. Thesis: "Changes in the Cut Stone lndustry." "To top my list of college honors I wanted to be president of the S. G. A., but Y. M. C. A. is the best l could do." 110 I , I C 3 . ANNA FRANCES WILLIAMS u.Al'1Il.n Madison. ' Y Letters and Science. Thesis: Mfhe Comparison of the French and English Balladsfn "Oh, well for her whose will is strong." FRANK ERNEST WILLIAMS, ACACIA "Roger." A Madison. Letters and Science. ' Philomathia Semi-Public, Band CU Q21 QD, Lieut. QU, Scandinavian Ctlee Club QU, German Glee Club. Thesis: "Recent Sedimentation in the Great Lakes." "One science only will one genius fit." WILLIAM HENRY WITT "Bill," Marshheld. ' Civil Engineering. Iron Cross, lVlonastics, Basketball, QD, Captain QU, Class Secretary QD, Class President QQ, Chairman Pipe Committee, Chairman Swing Out Committee, Athletic Board, Vice-President QQ, President OJ, Secretary Student Conference UD, Student Court Thesis: "Design of a Steel Arch." "No one ever thought of punning with BilI's name." JERRY EDWARD WODSEDALEK "Wodsy." Kewaunee. Entered as a Junior from Oshkosh Normal. - Normal - Course. Thesis: 'iLife History and Behavior of May-Fly Larvae." "It is interesting to study development, especially when one is well developed himself." ERIVIA LOUISE WOHLENBERG, KA9 A ' "Woolv." , I-Iolstein., Iowa. . Entered as a Sophomore from Lake Forest College. Letters and Science. Wislynx, Mortar Board, Basketball Team QU, Tennis Girls' Glee Club, Sec. and Treas. Junior Play Thesis: "The Children in Theodore Storm's Novelettes. "Singers are merry and free from sorrows and cares." n ' GEORGE PAUL WOLF Random Lake. Entered as a lunior from Oshkosh Normal. Letters and Science, Chemistry Club. Thesis: "Relative Aviditv with Which Water is Retained by Different Seeds." "An honest man's the noblest work of God." 111 WAS I i- l Nt Q4 3 1 '. - 'V . .. ww -:rf - W 'riw-:-.Q so4-if-11,-',-fmt,-....:-1..-st.-tags.,g.,,1:.391s-fQ5-ag., if-is. 2-5 , . ,. . , .fs 1. 1.-f, ge t 22:-as 'Wat Ei5'53i'iftt ...Q-' - a .,f.fg,1. .-1: ,-.f 14- mir ,.-v ,-:guy es -:+ , f i,. ' ms, f:,s.,:,..- ..-fs.1g54w'- ,im--,,.v'vtf ,ggqmvs-v.-:,.a,ee1.-pew4w:Q3ssq--se-,- :1.5:, Jer,-Iwi as s.,s..-fs wt55L3,g'.s f .- 'I -1:19-5:95-'--1 H -' f Vg s - r - A 'i,,,,-s -s :is-1-ttf .- , cr-A Q -"QQ, W. f1W't- 1 ,-:-'J-ifimc -,.'-Wig' A GRACE LA VERGNE WOOD, AFA Brandon. Entered as a Junior from Oshkosh Normal. Letters and Science. - Woman's Press Club. Thesis: "Thermal Expansion of Liquids." "This one thing you WILL do." MARY RUTH WOODARD, ATA "Tommy." Clinton. - Letters and Science. ' Thesis: "The Artisan Characters in the Xvorlcs of Elizabeth Cleghorne Gaskellf, "She is a sweet young thing." ' DEAN MILLER XVORKMAN 'AKelly." Vvest De Pere.. Mechanical Engineering. Thesis: "Commercial Test of a Compound Gasoline Engine. "All is well that ends in a rough house." GEORGE EDMUND WORTHINGTON, AEG? "Worthey." Nladison. Letters and Science. Germanistiche Gesellschaft French Club OJ MJ, Badger Boat Clubw Q21 Q31 CAD, Badger, Chairman Drama Committee, Philomathia, Choral, Union QD MJ, Senior Glee Club, Edwin Booth Club QD, Secretary GJ, President GU, "Twelfth Night" CZJ, Stage Director "Cousin Kate" 011, Junior Play QQ, French Play Thesis: "The Role of the Servan.t from Corneille to Beaumarchaisf' "A man in earnest finds means, and if he cannot hncl, creates them." KATI-IARINE DESIRE WRIGHT KA9 "Kath," Marquette, Michigan. Entered as a junior from Northern State Normal. Letters and Science. Thesis: "A Study of the Biography of Keats with Special Reference to the Influences that Appear in l-lis Works." "To be happy one must have an intense sense of the humorous." i MARY LOUISE WRIGHT, TIBQIP Rensselaer, Ind. , Entered as a Junior from lndiana University. Letters and Science. Thesis: "A Translation and a Discussion of the Third Book of Lucretius, 'De- Rerum Natura." "Fair and softly goes far in a day." 112 , ffqx 7?U':f'?"!Wif'f".' .'5fL?f5J7'f2"'lff'A- 4 YYY S 1 ' V - ' " ' ' ' l- .. ' ' ' ' Z , f., 1a, Qf li-,L K Qi 1 .' x N ,I N B ,I Cl, . A, Y 'f.v3QyT,,i:,y5 "' ' " , 5 ' M -.W H 11 .. - " ' -'f f w ' FELIX STEPHEN ZEIDELHACK, AXE, TBII "Dickel." Milwaukee. Civil Engineering. Iron Cross, Gym Team CU, Captain Q21 QD OU, All 'Round Western Inter- collegiate Gymnastic Champion C31 GU, "W." Thesis: "Experimental Tests on. Submerged Wiers." "How do you like my shape?" RAYMOND THEODORE ZILLMER, CIPAA "jacob," "Ray," "Zillie." Milwaukee. Letters and Science. Class Football fl, C235 'Varsity Football QQ Q31 MD, W. A. A., Class I Basketball flj QD C455 'Varsity Basketball GQ: Student Conference Q25 GJ: Spectator, Assoc. Editor GD: Philomathia, Sec. CD, V. Pres. QD, Pres. C403 Commonwealth Club, Sec. and Treas. Thesis: " 'Franchise Value' as Looked at by Economists and the Courts." uperseverance conquers all things." LILLIAN G. ZIMMERMAN, AXQ "Lill." Milwaukee. , Letters and Science. Germanistische Gesellschaft. Thesis: "Sources and Development of 'ln Memoriamfu "Now, in Milwaukee HERBERT FREDERICK ZIMMERMANN ' "Zip." - Milwaukee. Entered as a Junior from Williams College. Letters and Science. International Club, Gennanistische Gesellschaft. Thesis: "Charles Halsfield on Slavery in Americaf "Come and trip it as we go, On the light fantastic toe." WALTER WEBSTER ZUEHLKE 1 "war," ' ' P Hortonville. Entered as a Senior from Lawrence College. . Letters and Science. ' Thesis: "The Analysis of the Commercial Balance Sheet-Bankefs View- - point." ' "Always on the job." ' 113 ,fi A -4 Q41 , ,H L . x if K N Q Q "N WTS. .H Ax ,f QI- q qii. uf aeiiiiiia.. 1, --ggi? , X ' xx N t I-.!'lllll I Ai x ' I , Ke:e:gagg5gaas22sa5aaaes1 4 algae., J I f' 2' , 'v Sl! I '3-I pair- ,f . 1 ' -- , f' ff .a v""i:: ni -arf, 2-1. -- - X ' f I4 lo I Flllhgewm r N f x I . giiiiiyf, X ,H I I X X f fl taco x Z. 1, K X 5 3- 13 -F llglllll' Q5 'f ow gwtfg Q, I - leieeempl Qv. i .egg s W SQ? MP5 '-Wf 4145? .- W, ww lgfwkg A '-'ff'?A"'-fzfk, . . .f,f.f.-MQ, iff.. 1 11- 322 Zf:ff,.p1f,.fn.f-1 -1'-"' ' 4" l GH m'P1r.E+?2 Jill 115 .aa-x s. 9 f 1 ..II.. iq - llll Il llll -:::1llll Y 2252262 ' --1 gpxull' .,, ...,,, .4 lll ,, Q f HEI!! L.. ullll' -0 lil .:. 'Ill 'll :.x V! -1 n nl I 1. im .mi A ww. f' -- 5 If my l X ff nt " ds: "' un Ill. I I A -' A l Q W H: :ma Gas: , 'll ,. W lllxx, 'I Z my A 'Y I 1, f , I K- r "bah I -'ftf il an I ' 1 il" U - ll -.. 'E Q ..-M .s.-. ,.,. I t enu m.: lill- l f fi aa 5 t ai . ' f 'Q ' f 2 l t t than I-""'.. 5 A- 1? l i will tt BADGEFZ JUNIOQ PL AQ, PEDM PHlPPS First Semester. Bennett P. Stiles... Mary S. Conover Roy P. Bean ...... I 9 I I OFFICERS ......Presiclent.... . . .Vice-President.. . . . . . . .Secretary. . .. Lyman R. Talbot .... ...... T reasurer ..... Kenneth R. l-lare Charles E. Terry . .Sergeant-at-Arms. Edwin Paulus Representatives to the Student COLOR Cardinal YELL Four and Seven! Four and Seven! Varsity! Varsity! Nineteen Eleven! 116 Second Semester. ..William H. Ellis . . . . . Fay Vaughan .Charles E. Terry Leonard E. Voyer ..........Bennett P, Stiles Ralph K. Mitchell Conte renee L .- V X V V n .. - m , ., ,. ,. . . . ,. ,, . V W - A 1 'A 5, l U- -if .1 tgurgf " A , . 1 rl I vrwixg IYN- .Hi ,,,, 3 N- 3 ,I .J fn, , I - Junior Class Officers Q Stiles -Conover Bean Talbo! Ellis 1 Vaughn , Terry n Voyer I 117 .1--X, . . 1 -' . T - 1 9 :. ., - ASU., 4:V-. . . Q ' -11 .. ..: ,. ' N'-. .. r ,. V . . V . - . --1.22 ,f 1,-ss rr., -'V:1.:,-:r 114-.xr .,z-:--,.. -:V 1,1211--Vr.1:f. V. -V -.-'ref , . ., . , , V. , V- K- V -1.-11131: rw.: Q :-2.4.31 : -fi:3,,f:gs' ,-.,-431.4 -.rf A Q ,-nys.: 5.'g:,g5Qr.gdclgr-:-.g.rgVd3,e,5,:ir,gj111.KV .aw.g.5...g.,g.,:g,:I,M431513::,.q,,:5,1-gig-rm, ' fl ' """' .- " ' zwiiiirliiiim .-L Q42 ,V ,- - ft S - ' f f " l 'tY - 2 i t I C . A Q D at 12215 ' Q" ' N .4 if f W L :Qt H Walt- QUIK' . :Q WW' C fiiiillljildfl XX' 1 ,Ill ,.l,! H I 4 r ,I5q.4,9 'ills 'ff-K. at .WJ ui 'X D time 2 1 x :' l we 0. lr ff V i ww i. V 5-.l IT - -5 L ' 4' , 5 ,Ivr:s.'0e, Prom Committee GENERAL CHAXRMAN ........... Charles J. Moritz A 'V CHAIRMEN ' Clifford l... MCMlllllCn ......... Reception Ottfil l:'.BBrEdley ..,.. ..... P rogramme Herman H. Veer usen .......... Finance Art ur . oe .... ..... A dvertising Charles F. McConnell ..... ..... F loor Charles E.. Terry ..... .... D ecoration Frank A. Hecht, Jr ........ ...,, M usic Robert l... Schuetter ........ Refreshment COMMITTEEMEN George H. Niclcell Erling F. Week Roy C. Phipps Clement Astor Rosshach Charles L. Hill John S. Slade William H. Ellis Addison M. Bleyer Wm. V. Biclcelhaupt G. Walter Esau John lVl. Firth Lucien A. Wood Robert D. Green Karl M. Mann William T. Hover Clarence F. Grunert Edgar C. Wilson Foye P. Hutchinson Kendall F. Dickinson Thomas W. Conron lVlclVlillan Veerhusen Moritz Hecht Bradley Schuetter McConnell Doe Terry 118 ,, . ' fbf, Q' Q' ' Junior Prom, PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Senator and Mrs. Robert M. l..al7ollette Governor and Mrs. James O. Davidson President and Mrs. Charles R. Van Hise Vice-President and Mrs. John B. Parlcinson Regent and Mrs. Magnus Swenson Edward A Bir e Dean and Mrs.. . g Dean and Mrs. Charles R. Bardeen Dean and Mrs. I-larry S. Richards Dean and Mrs. Harry L. Russel Dean and Mrs. Frederick Turneaure Secretary of State and iMrs. James A. Frear Judge ancl Mrs. A. VV. Sanborn Judge and Mrs. E. Ray Stevens ' Nlrs. Cora Stranahan Woodward 119 Miss A. S. Mayhew ' Professor Pro fessor Professor P ro fessoi Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor and Mrs. and Mrs. 'and Mrs and iMrs and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Nlrs, and Mrs. and Nlrs. and Mr. ancl Mrs. Will E. A. Gilmore john M. Olin' Paul S. Reinsch J. G. D. Mack Sharp Robert B. Scott R. l... Lyman E. A. Breclin W. A. Scott Stephen Gilman M. V. Ravenel iam D. Hiestand . ., . , .. . . . ., , " dllle U 1 - , f, - - , , if . 1. , , -,,,.1 6. ez-,-,T .. :.g'.. . er- f..- fe? ., 1. -. 1 . , 211147 ': 1 -f rf Q! 45:13. w,f-::-'2,,"- ,Y 3.43.5 '-ggif:-' 1-1.51:-: -: ' 31 5: , . ., V -. 5,. ,, 5' ..,,. ,... ,NX ,A Q -f 2:23 11- Lua.-.g:.Metairie-1-44:-.'s1f:a W mess.petfmqff.-..!q.::+.u...m.:z:e!.5-.:-,M li lm! A '?3u'KD3VCQRES fa. H First Semester. William F. Mackmiller Bertha Kitchell ............ Edmond S. Gillette. . . Howard H. Rogers.. . . Alfred Buser. ........... . Sidney Anderson Repres Class of 1912, OFFICERS Second Semester. . . . . . . . ..!3resident.. . . . . . . . .Walter A. Scoville .Vice-President.. . . .... Marion S. Anderson .. . . ,Secretary. . .. ... ...Fred R. Peterson ........Treasurer. ..1..........Pete C. Kolinsky .Sergeant-at-Arms. ...... William F. Mackmiller Alfred Buser Harold !... Rau entatives to the Student Conference COLOR Brindle Yi-:LL We are Hel!! We are Hell! Varsity! Varsity! Nineteen Twelve! lVlc!Vlillgu' Scoville Buser Kitchell Anderson Kolinsky Gillette Peterson 120 , . 1 Q V ' ' . X - r . -ff' -"A mir 35.21 . , , we Q9 5?3s33HliS,3wCQwC3EUM " ff if f Alvun Tanlaerge ..., Neita Oviatt.. . . . Mary E.. Pease .... Merril Hoeffel john K. Lester ....... Damon A. Brown Class of 1913 OFFICERS . . . . . .Representakiv COLOR Blue and While Yau. ' Lick 'em Up Clean! Lick 'em Up Clean! Hell with Twelve! Thirteen! Lester Pease Tanberge Ovlatt Hoeffel 122 L ".- 53 nr' ziiri-.sf "-. S :QL Km ,--.:, iv w5,,'- 'VAJ 2 ,'g- :bw w I , WIN:-H , f 2 .m.4C,,,vr-, Ei, i. ff. ffm! Q. Aww 123 , .. ::".W1 ,. , , . , , . , . , ,. Y. T-,. - . ' : .-:f-: z 4-A --,Q - I. 1 f.- 1 ,- f 1- V: ,,,:--'----- 3, - I - Q ,,,, 211.1131 9. I q A , .S 1 , .E ...,. H M ,H...T ,7H?. W1m3 S x uLu W- w dm- Lui' iw N! , . l,.Kw,im3 . .,.155,q,,,:,, - I mm: m,sm...1 v 2.41,,..,, 8 1 ...M wil 1 ....:k.AL... emomaf t Cora M. Qgrabfeg V Sresljmom Coffege of Eeffers anb gcience, . I A fwesf 5al'em, '1!7isconsin. ' Qlgorn 1891 with 30.11 29 1910 Gbwm 15 Eagan Humor Qlofikge of Qgrzcuffure S3ufFal'o Qflebo 'Bork Qlgorn gmt 9 1886 Ereb Q1latc6 22 1910 124 . ..f ,f . ,I1 1 f f 6. u ' ,1 nam- K W. I. 'Y f 1. X Hx- 4 .0 N .4 15" f .f-'61 n ef- . Q QS T G i ib QL 6 e 1- 'S 'Q qgmg V, Q, ' ,,.,.4,1 v,,a:-fy-7-,1,f1p,-,-2-,e4a,qLx-19' . , - g '4kLi,.:. 33.714, wglgsqgfi--wzf' I 127 ,1- .f . 1 . V ' 1 ' ' V ww 5-.ma .nf '- 1- .. ., 1 P13115-f'1if.' 321-mf' 'V I L. T - 1 -1' A X:-ss "fi 11522-v :J-1 .f :.a:1':'.,+z. -'if'-ff'--:iam , - .P ' ,.,. . .1 a.1:1i:- ' ge" -, L Tw ..,. 11 s-fs'-H wa- Simi: v:a:f.:fw- 2 OUTERS AND DOWN-AND-OUTERS 128 , . Q f , , 1 Q D CHAPTER I. neg.. .1 ., -gf vt", Tj""" .sf 3. :sw-11.1.2 . ' 2. 11, 1 Ts:g'j'55-5,'-.i,?"i2,IjgQ1'iq-5,f::.'x ,arf-'--X :,:g-15Q5Z,'- . 'ggjlj 231:-.VZ " Y-1 -:-3 1 E' Ng' ' 5' 3' si-:lug .1,1,rt,g',. . 1 . ., EPZ: j- ff., xgrgqj-' izfzl:-.Q ffgia ag ff' 13 5531.131 Q -,:g,,c,-2 , 'y. -,1- ' ..,, , - 11:15,-1 ,255'1-'-fi? ' '-Y gil! ,vp i.:.2.'1.1-,gf ,,'1EfE?fj.I 'Q Q' ""'9f2'? 5' ' L ' 3 'i?sJ:zs1-y-swan new "" F QJQQJ Senior Class Play DAD, "THE FRESHMANH A COLLEGE FARCE BY THEODORE STEMPFEL, JR., '09. Presenled by the Class of l909, ai lhe Fuller Opera House, func 21 and 22, 1909 THE PERSONS or THE PLAY Dick, a sophomore. . ...........,............. . . Emory, a sophomore. . . Vic, a senior. ......... . . . . . . . Tim, a freshman ................. . . . . . Benjamin Hethrington, Jr., a sophomore.. Miss Plocl, agent for Colic's Weekly ..... Dolly Kelsey, a sophomore ........... . Mrs. Marie Kelsey, her mother, a widow .... Mae, a sophomore ....... ......,....... Caertie, a freshman. . . . . . ................ . . . . Benjamin Hethrington, Sr., a widower. ....... . . . . . .james Hogan . . . .Charles Ctapen . . . .Roger Angstman . . . .Sidney Castle .... R. Ptiifner . . . .Helen Hosmer . . . . .Allison More .. ..... Jessie Smith . . .Mabel Williams . . . . .Kate Trainor ..................Herman Karrow Mr. Wm. Nicholson, in the wholesale grocery business with Mr. Hethrington ...... V r . Arthur Gruenewald . Leo Tiefenthaler Professor Hatchett. of the Ancient History Department ................ Football Players, Students, Band. SYNoPs1s Prologue-The chapter room of a fraternity house. 'Tm a freshman, rahl rah!" ACT l-fFour weeks later., The chapter room of a sorority house. "Dad, the Fussen" ACT ll-CThe following afternoonj On the Upper Campus. "The likelier party." ACT lll-fThe same eveningj Same as Act l. "The engagement is not broken." EXECUTIVE STAFF Director ......... ................... ....... H e rbert Stothart Business Manager . . . ........................... ..... C larence Te Selle SENIOR PLAY CoMM1TTEE. Veranzo K. Simpson, Hubert O. Wolfe Harold Drew Allison More Howard Beye 130 Chairman Tina Bergh Arthur Holmes Chas. W. Lowe Clarence Te Selle "". ...I Junior Class Play . "Three Queens and a Joker" 131 - N u f, X X ' 6 6' ff X - - . . - -if J 1 . , ' , ' ' ' fs A- p - gfifaf-r'ii-3r1'1i21s5l2'-:- , Q H' Q -,,L.1,,,.4, S ,Q 1 Y, .V 1 A Y:,:v A. yn:-5 - I ,551 .-Miz, 2.,:1A51:,g':5 -4131, A 54, :Z rf, .- 5.:..:gg11: 1--...Q ' ' gy.-:J - --15542, oq51.,:j.v',:,q.r:-: A 1, ,, ' 11, rw: i L e'Q.c1s1s.,-gs.:--1.-f. YN.-Y"1'r ur-. tpafzyc' misc ti. fa -1' if e-1-L.,-s+ .4 54.1 ,-,saga lgf rm. '.',.'1.:y 4 4 Q 'W' i C fi - f '-ii' "wr T . aifil 1- - . .,,. 1 W -1 11 . Qf: g51,f.ji 3 it X 'M '14 1' - ll l all 5 fra 111Q'1 11: , 1 , fe ..f.. M22 f 1911 Junior cuss Play "THREE QUEENS AND A jOKER" BY KENNETH F. BURGESS AND BY DIRECTION or HERBERT P. STOTHART Fuller Opera House, February 19111 ana' 22nd CAST Carlton W. Willcins, a senior from Cshkosh ....., .... C hester F. Rohn jimmy Blakely, his room-mate ........................... ..... W illiam H. Ellis Count Von Wurtz, a student of social problems ..................... Manford S. Gross Majorie fMaggiej Brown, proprietress of the Hotel Brown ........ Fleurette S. Hartwig Mrs. James Wilkins, proud of her ancestral tree ............. ......... A lice B. Smith Nlargaret Morgan, the sorority rushee .................... .... P hoehe A. Twining Hazel Humphrey, the girl from Oshkosh ..... ......... B etty Tucker Hank Thurston, the indolent junior ........ .... F rank C. Meyer Chuck Spencer, the effervescent freshman ..... ..... A rthur H. Noyes Bert Halpin, sophomore from Montana ........... .... D onald S. Holmes John, the man of all work at the Hotel Brown ....... ..... H ubert D. White Helen McGraw, president of Kappa Phi sorority .... .... G ladys C. Scribner Mrs. Martin, chaperon of Kappi Phi sorority ...... .... M argaret M. Curtis Gertrude, member of Kappa Phi ............... ..... I rrna ,A. Hellberg Mabel, member of Kappa Phi ...... .... ..... H e len M. Connor Alice, member of Kappa Phi. .. ....... Olga E. Hoff Mary, member of Kappa Phi. . . ................................ Norma R. Roehm SCRORITY GUESTS AND TVTEMEERS cr THE HOUSE PARTY T. William Conron Benjamin S. Beecher joseph D. Mercer Raymond L. Baldwin , SYNOPSIS PLACE-University of Xxlisconsin. TIME-Prom. l9l0 ACT I-Reception Room of Kappa Phi Sorority Lodge. fTime-Friday, one week before Prom.D ACT ll-A Students Study. CTime-Midnight, Friday, same day, ACT Ill-Lobby of Hotel Brown. fTime-One week later. Afternoon of Prom. dayj ACT IV-Parlor of Beta Sigma Fraternity Lodge. CTime-Same dayj MUSICAL NUMBERS Original Lyrics by Walter A. Buchen and Ralph R. Birchard Original Music in Middleton song by Dire.ctor Herbert P. Stothart . MANAGEMENT Business Manager ...... ..................................... B enjamm. jelinek Properties .......... ............... ..... H e nry C. Schrank, jr. Assistant Properties.. .... ......... 'R oy C. Phipps Stage Manager .... ........ .... A d dison M. Bleyer 132 WWT11 1 C BQ 361 QQ, ,Y .X V , . ,VV h V .V V 'A I V X A V f ,N 1 V I , ,V . ' -. . .1 5 . V L , .,,f JL in , . A .1 , ' h.- -V, , V , 4 V ,Q , of, . . . , ,, W.: -, 1 .. :.-.,-.:::- .1 ' 9 .V V. f m -.., 11, ,,,, .- ,,, 1 1, ,: 1.11. 1- JA The Cast Smith Schrank Beecher Holmes Baldwin Curtis l-lartwig Hoff Meyer Noyes Scribner Conron Mercer Rohn Roehm Cross Tucker Twining l-lellberg Ellis Connor White The 1911 Junior Play Cemmiiiee Stiles Gross 1VIcMillen Veerhusen Bean Rossherg-Leipnitz Conover Wright jelinek JUNIOR PLAY COMMITTEE Bennett P. Stiles, Chairman Elizabeth Rossberg-Leipnitz Roy P. Bean Mary S. Conover- Manfred S. Gross Roe Wright Clifforcl L. McMillen Herman H. Veerhusen Benjamin Jelinelc I 133 l I ,fxvA .,.,A , yd -f . .. e. .Y . '-1.ri'1 'i ' -1 ,V - . , raapgmimge1tssg.ea.2:.pMaasai: as 254:--1.-if-exif" -:fff 1 Q., J 1 ' Ct , .MA- ef' '?-'1 Q X xk .YW XX xk xk xk, 1 If lf' nf X ul HARESFCDT if tiff" if lf-nrt Z, 'Y Nwxa mfl P0 ff I J n Ir. ' ' pg' Tv y 4 1, lj K xx x3EE7Cl!i.LElZE57.c I 9 xx, gn Organized 1898 Incorporated' 1909 OFFICERS i Milton Blair .... ........... ........ P r esident Gordon S. Fall: .... ..... V ice-President , Edward Jenner. .,.. .... .....,................ T r easurer Emmett A. Donnelly ...........,.............. Student Treasurer Richard A. Corbett ........ Exscurivs BOARD. .Secretary and Keeper of the Haresfoot Edward Jenner Joseph Davies John Main Milton Blair Chester D. Baird Carroll O. Biclcelhaup Richard A. Corbett Emmett A. Donnelly Gordon S. Fallc John Fraser Marcus C. Ford Dr. Frank H. Edsall Leo Torbe Aubrey Boucicault William Norris Lucien Cary Prof. F. A. Pyre George T. Kelly Henry H. Morgan Otis Skinner t Milton Blair Gordon S. Falk Carroll O. Biclcelhaupt Richard A. Corbett ACTIVE MEMBERS Hugo H. Hering Orren I. Hickcox James M. Hogan Jules M. Parmentier William D. Richardson. Elbert C. Stevens Henry Traxler HONORARY IVIEMBERS Dr. C. C. Chittenden Joseph N. Turner Prof. T. H. Dickinson E. H. Eberhle John F. Donovan George T. Spencer William A. Oppel Prof. C. N. Gregory Chauncey Williams C. C. Case Herbert P. Stothart we 5 QQ -gan., .mf J Eh GV ,,, 1 . ., .. 'mtxz v, - - , . - xi , 4 , - . M ' r qu., ,- '- ' " '- . , .3 , -Lfl, y , , Z' ':,v1,X.,, 1' . ' I. ' 4 ' 1 'A , 1:-' 'ftmrl-, 1 .L t -1 if 7 VV 2,7 0 ' ' ' ,.,, , .gi .' .- .'f,.i ,, . 1 if . .. ,1:- . Q .1 . Y' A Q" '7L.,.J1.--:e."l..E.'1'. Milton Blair Oren Hiclccox Gordon Falk Emmett Donnelly James Hogan Richard Corbett John Fraser The Haresfoot Club William Richardson Hugo Hcring Chester Baird Carroll Biclcelluaupt Hen ry Traxler Elbert Stevens 135 3 . ' A , . ' g. ' : ' : - A.. ahgtmgfg .QI I 1 t Q.. . ' K. - Q Q. -L' 3 .. .- - 1 -1 Q5.si.':-..1ai rf rw . . , J...-I '5' V. ,' s ,fh- 'f "- +f y i. y.-V.-ar e if ww ' f r w rt if Alpsburgll THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF THEHARESFOOT CLUB or Ti-in UNIVERSITY OF Wiscowsiw April 8 and 9, 1910 An Original Comic Opera in Two Acts. Book by Theodore Stempfel, Jr. Music by Herbert P. Stothart. Lyrics by Theodore Stempfel, Jr., Walther Buchen Horatio, Winslow, Geo. B. Hill, Ralph Birchard, Milton Blair. CAST OF CHARACTERS. 4 Franz Heinrich Wetter, Burgomaster of Reichenstein.. . . . . . Grethel, his daughter ........................ Karl Stark, a shepherd, in love with Ctrethel ...... Bergenthaler, justice of the Peace, etc ....... Sepperl, a mountain guide .................... .. .... William A. Kietzman .. . . .Walter A. Sheriffs . . . .William K. Braasch .........Gordon S. Fall: . . . . . . .Theodore Stempfel, jr. .Leo Tiefenthaler Josiah Smith, sole manufacturer of Ex-President Suspenders .......... Alice, his daughter ..................................... .... B urdette I. Kinne Mrs. Burridge, her chaperone ................. ....... . .. .... Reed L. Parker lVIarjorie ...................... ? Stenographers .... .... C larence Niss Millicent ........... .......... t o Smith T .... ....... I rwin Frazer Hauptman Von Schnitzel, of the 32Ist Infantryf ...... .. Hans, Lieutenant of the 32Ist ................ . . . . .Albert Ochsner . . . . .Ray L. Baldwin .............Mxlton Blair Sid Smith, Ex-captain of the Colbert football team ........ Bill Richstone, a philosophical tramp ........... .. . . . . . . .Emmet A. Donnelly Motintain Guides-O. I. Hiclcox, R. A. Skinner, B. S. Beecher, A. R. Taylor, G. Nye, E. F. Week J. T. Gallagher, H. A. Davis. ' Show Girls-O. A. Brown, B. K. Miller, N. C. Sweet. C. H. Powell, C. C. Niss, E. M. Fraser Millcmaids-J. D. Mercer, H. W. Beclcer, N. R. johnson, H. Kleinhen, H. F. Ohm. Shepherdesses-O. F. Bradley, T. H. Morgan, M. W. George. H. R. Moore. - ' SCENIC SYNOPSIS. Act I-uDie Gruene Mans," a mountain inn. Act Z-The Castle of Reichenstein. ORCHESTRA. W. F. Buech, E. IT. Wieboldt, H. L. Wittwer, H. H. Hering. E. E. Tiffany, T. R. Hutson, F. E. Williams, P. Morris, A. M. Cteyer, V. C. Bonesteel, R. C. Disque, H. J. Reber, W. Tack, O. Zabel, F. P. Hutchinson. EXECUTIVE Director ......... .,... H erbert P. Stothart Business Manager .. ..... Chester D. Baird Press Agent . . . Stage Manager STAFF. .. ....... Stuart O. Blythe . .. .... Carroll O. Biclcelhaupt MUSICAL SYNOPSIS. Acr IQ 'Opening Chorus . ........... ..... C ho rus Mary .... ....A. M. Blyer S R E Corbett Properties. X 'W' Stanley c.M. E. Friedman . . . .Mrs. Burridge, Bill The Lovelight in Your Eyes ............. 'Karl Edelweiss ................ Karl Busy Business Man. .................... Smith Tourists ....... Wetter and Tourists Spring Theme ............ Pantomime by Sepp Chamois ............... Bill and Sid Bitter Twitter . .... ......... S id, Bill, Grethel Finale .. .. ..... Wetter, Bill ancl chorus A Acr II. Opening chorus "Star of Morning" ...... Chorus Apples, Oranges ..................... Bill The Spoolcs of Reichenstein ....... Bill and Sid The Militant Suffragette. .Bill and Mrs. Burridge The Love Game ............. Hans and chorus The Battle of Roses ................ Ensemble Picture Postal Cards .......... Sepp and chorus Finale . . . ......... ............ E nsemble 136 NM Cm gear fe? F .Z . QM , ,V ft my, 41 f"l lrZ .it 4 ' 'www N 15, 1 ,..a.', I I. llf ll QW I ' ll V17 ...ll ' WE' Ili'-. .4 I , 1 , . ,. 4 ' 14 D ED BOOTH IC CLLII3 - HTTP:- . v . .- Qi Q .." ef f fs1sc:H::m.fi4 ss- -- N.s.2.1:'s-me-:,A:2'-.,wz.4f ' 2 11.10-.sw'-M.:-affm-azra . ' , YV- . va' cial I l ...'-M.. '- -f' f W 1? V' a IZAL' I I ,ff Z ,r I l Cs.vuzemr-P- OFFICERS First Semester George E. Vforthington ......... .................... P resident Clifford lVIcMillan ............. Vice-President Martin Glaeser . . Harry Brandel. . . John Albert O'Meara john V. Brennan Dwight F. Beehe john P. Patrick John F. Powers Nicholas C. Kirch Archie I... Persons Alford G. Arvold Walter G. Darling Willard S. Griswold Rowland Hill Arthur H. Gmenewald Herman H. Karrow Harry M. Brandel Manfred S. Gross Clifford I... McMillan "Othello," l902g "Trelawney of the Vvellsf' 19045 "Bachelor's Epcbnsancef 19065 "Twelfth Night," 19085 "You Never Can Tell," ,FDCCCBSCd. . . ..... Secretary and Treasurer I-IONORARY MEMBERS :"Prof. David B. Franlcenhurger E. Southwiclt V ALUMNI IVIEMBERS Alexius H. Baas john F. Baker Marcus F. I-Ioefs Frederich O. Leiser William H. Parker Arnold L. Gessel Tore Tiegen C. S. Brown T. Logan Boyd I... A. Liljiquist Peter H. Schram Harry Sauthoft Ernst Jung ACTIVE MEMBERS George E. Worthington John D. Brewer Martin G. Glaeser Harry V. Meissner EDWIN BOOTH PLAYS 138 Keeper of Mask Edward M. Theirer W'illiam G. Hamilton John C. Miller A. H. Johnstone Edward W. Hoffman Edgar E. Robinson. W. Don McGraw John V. Mulaney Edward M. McMaho Ralph D. Hetzel Charles S. Mercein Ferdinand A. Bartlett Thomas E. Mills Karl K. Borsack John D. Jones Leo Tiefenthaler I1 ""9fBf3z-11 fix!"-'.h2QJiLA1" C 2 H N . 1 f.f lj,.R X I. 7- 1,5 , f' 7' dl V A ' W, -N f "-is-: + ,, ,N .: .,, .. 1. N w - - J., -, H. - 5 . , - , . , ., ,,.,, ..., ., .,.,.,.--QL..g.!.-:,.-:..m . ' '21-5 L-- ," " 1,.,. . 12,34 A-.M rl. N f . 1 A . Lf ww ,4 .L Edwin Booth Dramatic Club 139 Q E ' ., Y "1 7: . . -. , : ...L .:f:-',' 4 -I-"il-121, .-1'21". if 3-':Y2',Ef. . ,Q Q A. V. A N'i:..:U-L :Q all-V -I-5--Z V 9, ilbz.-ij:-1 Y an I.. .,.., 1.-g ,:,:1.,rl--2,135-. Q Qy rt-n.1I21,1. ,T "fu, .5111-f"' .515-5: u--vw .-T sl..-if E-wsu' 1...-"Rf 4 iv :wa-:4.. .1 rw' 11... , :,gfa-5.2. pea.. The Edwin Booth Play "YOU NEVER CAN TELL." Fuller Opera House, Saturday, December ll, l909 Mr. Valentine.. Dolly Clandon .... Philip Clandon. . . Nlrs. Clandon ...... Miss Gloria Clandon. . . Maid ............. Mr. Crampton. . Mr. McComas. . William ...... Mr. Bol'1un.... CAST OF CHARACTERS . . . .John D. Jones .... , . .Fanny A. Brown . . . . .Harry V. Meissner .Winifred Webster ...Hazel B. Clark . . ,. .Edna L. Mowre . . . .Leo Tiefenthaler ......Jolm D. Brewer . . . . .Martin G, Glaeser ..Karl K. Borsack SYNOPSIS OF SCENES TIME-The Present i PLACE-A l:asl1ionalDl'e Sea-Side Resort in England ACT ACT ACT ACT Director .......... Business Manager. . . Master of Properties. . Assistant ........... IV+ l-Morning. A Dentisfs Room ll-Afternoon. Terrace of the Marine Hotel . Ill-Aftemoon. The Clandon's Sitting Room, Marine Hotel Evening. Same as Act III N EXECUTIVE STAFE '05 .......C. L. McMillan, 'II .....AlbertH.Jol'1nstone, . ..... M. S. Gross, 'II Bleyer, '11 140 WNT V Q1 Q e ww . . "Gif Y , . , , " ,lu , - . 7 ,' V ,, : ' ' K' .:1"VAy'f1 ,' , , , Q V 5 . , ', . A ' ., ' " , 7' . 5, 15 - , ' N" - A - Q, -'f,,il7Y "4 -A ' 11, , ,, ' 'f'- ' , - ,. , 1J ' " 1 , xg H- . n w " A ,,',., ' 5 ,171 i, ,, ,frf',w4+f" f , . ' ,, . . , ., - 1, .gsgf-f.i.4.L-, - L. . 1 M- f:.....,1-AA .w w W. ,4 v ww.,-.: .. . ' 141 71W kh Ili M4 .. If jrflitxli-.x'v k.i 'Q 'UH 1 Q A Q' fn. ,:uw.- .i121i-Mi' 'ex jqrf D A7 - :-. T, J.-"fl, Q Q' , G ,,,, .wsl ,b ,, ,. ,ly . , oh Q. ii, ,, 4, ,.. .,., M- 1. . an .AL K Wests ' . .L ' i sf--W -Ea rs: 4.1ff sz. refers.-. : W-'lege fa - -1: -'za--" 'BA' A V . w VX FW' aff-A",'j Organized l899 HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. Frank Edsall Mrs. Lucien Hanks Miss Laurs Case Sherry Mrs. Charles H., Tenny Leora Moore Nora johnson Louise Hinckley Jane Butt Ann. Scribner Elizabeth Shepard Carrol Pollard Esther Donnelley Smith Helen Harvey Williams Bertha Riedesel Fola l..aFollette Jean Porterfield Geargia Shattuck Lillian Gamble Gertrude Wright Gertrude Claire Kenned Elinor Stephens Cora Schneider Dorthy Frankenburger Mary S. Conover Y ALUMNAE MEMBERS jessice Davis Euretta Kimball Marion Lamont Davidson Geraldine Foley Susan Armstrong Rhoda White Lenore Horan Elsie Adams Elizabeth McKee Grace Hecht Henrietta Pyre May Foley Frieda Stolte Vincent Cha-rlotte Wasson McMilla Stella Kayser Edna June Terry ACTIVE MEMBERS Nora Buell Fannie Brown Hazel B. Clark Gladys Scribner Alice Ringling 142 It Janet St, John George Challoner Tracy Margaret Jackman Grace Ellis Cornelia Cooper Fredica Shattuck Selma Vognild Genevieve Eaton Marion jones Smith Mildred Gapen Genevieve Scott Margaret Frankenburger Ruby Hildebrand Alice Currie Jessie Smith Clara Terry Phoebe Ann Twining Lucy Fox Mahala R. Holm -" l v f' ' g e . , W ,',f 1 l l Q Red Domino Holm Conover Twining Ringling Kennedy Clark' B rown Terry Stephens Franlcenburger Buell Scribner Fox 143 ta m fed -g g! in 1. 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Lord, How He can Love .,.......,.........,..,.... llm Going Home ..... . .......................... Closing Chorus-Monona, written by A. N. Geyer .... SECOND PART Lee H. Stewart Walter Esau .. . ............... . . .. 2 Engineers octette . . . ......... . . . 3 ' - WHOVS Boss? Mr. Murton, the lnsulting Engineer ................ Josephine Fastun, Stenographer. . ....... . . . . . . Jimmie, the Office Boy ........ ....... . . . . . .Orchestra . . . .Oscar Nadeau . . . . .Carl Lueders . . . . .Carl Halseth . . . .jack Fraser .Henry Traxler Harry Kleinhen . . . . . .Orchestra . . . .Superhuman . . . .Some music .George Kruell ... . .Bud Moss Harry Kleinhen Stanley Murton .......... ........... . Henry Traxler SONGS Redhead ................. .......... .... K l einhen and chorus He's A College Boy .........,.................... .... T raxler and chorus Say Boys, l've Found a Girl ......................... ............. H enry Traxler COLLEGE BOY CHORUS Klinger, Wolf, lves, Harker, Vvagner, Handy, Nance, Lowell, Lueders, Kringle, Teschan Rani-:EAD CHCRUS Messrs. Scherer, McGLiire, lVlcLaren, Steinhagen, Bolt, Epstein, Gingrich. STAFF , Henry Traxler .... .... G eneral Director Richard Corbett ......... Property Man Kemper Slidell ...... Business Manager Gene Cassaly .... M . I D- t Addison Bleyer ........ Stage Manager Chas. A. Mann.. " uslca nec or ' COMMITTEE P Kemper Slidell Arthur A. Pergande Oscar P. Osthoff Walter Andrews Lynn F Cowan 144 l 1 .-., " , l hei-v-Vg 2. 2 " ' ,-, T- .aj r- - W 5 'A' ig ' X The Engineers' Nlinstrels 1 145 . , . ., .. . Personnel of' Engineer Minstrel Jack Lowell INT1-LRLOCUTCR Arch Nance END MEN. Henry Traxler Bud Moss Harry Kleinhen SoLo1sTs O. E.. Nadeau C. Halseth C. Lueders H. Traxler J. Fraser H. Kleinhen QUARTETTE B. S. Beecher C. M. Halseth F. C. Henlce Alfred Oehler I CHORUS H M. Harker P. Schwada H. M. Doerschnulc B. Bessenltzrugge F. W. Ives H. E.. Gingrich L. M. Hammond F. A. Torlcelson A R. McGuire S. R. Shapiro lVl. F. Rather C. Lueders G. Kruell W. P. WolH . O. E. Nadeau VV. Schilling J. Fraser W. C. Epstein C. M. Halseth W. Lowell' E. R. Hoffman A. E. Meinecke Cu. H. Merrill Q E.. H. Handy A. E.. Kringel E. G. Teschan W. A. Klinger A. L. Luedlce ORCHESTRA Engineer Minstrel Show Crchestra C. A. Mann, Director First Violins .... Second Violin.. Viola ........ ' Cello ....... Bass .... - Flute ..... Clarinets .... Comets. . . Horns .... Trombone. Drums .... Piano.. . 146 . . . .lVl. Taclc, S. W. Stanley P. Hutchinson C. Muelstein E. Lent Disque ..F. G. Oetking ........ .H. Wittwer, G. B. Blal-ze . . . .C. M. Scudder, L. L. Stoddard N. Geyer, A. B. Rowley .Verne Bonsteel .L. M. Baldwin . ...... ....,.. G . Cassaly A. C. Scherer A. H. Meyer W. C. Bolt T. Wiskacil 0 E.. D. Steinhagen B. Moss A. W. Nance L. S. Davis K. E.. Wagner A. R. McLaren E. B. Tourtellot A. H. Raetzman J. F. Lidral H. 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Fisher .V... ,............ .......... P r esident C. M. Halselh ...... ...... V ice-President E. W. Walker ..,. ........ S eeretary T. VV. Conron .... ............. ....... M a nager GLEE CLUB E. A. Bredin, Director XV. Wilce, Leader i T. VV. Conron, Manager First Tenor Second Tenor Baritone Bass O. I. Hickcox P. Morris W. Wilce T. W. Conron ' B. S. Beecher F. C. Henke C. M. Halseth F. L. Olson H. M. Ferguson H. D. Hurn A. Grimes A. G. Oehler L. F. Ol D. M r R L. Baldwin E. W. Walker A. L. Steseiil A. R. rlgziytileor M. C. Pierce M. F. Hendrickson MANDOLIN CLUB M. H. Needham, Leader E. W. Fisher, Manager Firsi Mandolin Second Mandolin Cuiiar 'Cello M. H. Needham E.. W. Fisher C. Moritz E. E. Tiffany A. B. D E. H. K ter L. Morgan M. W. george D. R. Meaaple C. H. Lovett Drum K. E. D' lc' C. P. R b rts C. F. Schwenlcer T s. H. Liifgson C. J. Bfiminef R W. simon. ' M' Hmson iff- Eellog Violin Mmmfola ' am M. A. Tack FMC H. D. Whiter F. P. Hutchinson H H. Hering A. B. Doe, Firsl Banjo E.. W. Fisher R. W. Simons C. Schwenker BANJO CLUB Leader E. Second Banjo A. B. Doe D. RI. Maple R. H. Holverschied Bass Banjo L. R. Morgan Russians T. Mills 150 W. Fisher, Manager Mandolin Banjo H. P. White Cuitar C. H. Lovett "Red" Parker QW acl ef QQ' ' 1 ' . .. - H1 111. ., -. ,1 Q P .41.iEf,Ei,l.r1'.e ..a3-33:2-.,., X, 4' 1 , , ' N ' N :ww -i:' f ' f The Musical Club Grimes l-lolverschiecl Pierce Hendrickson Tiffany l-lalseth Simmons Schwenke-r Maple Ferguson Hutchinson Doe Dickinson Beecher Kellogg Tack Walker Wilce Lovett Baldwin Breummer l-liclcox Oehler Roberts Needham Conron Fisher Moriti White George Lloyd Mercer' Olsen Morris Keator 151 , v.,. V Ybbhx -M. . , , , . . , , ,- 1..f. f.-ma.-,: .-.. 4 Quan: ' .M-.5hku,.h12,!. menus.. I ., 'Axis-1 I:k2b.7f:....-R'.zb.,z ' nv ws - .Le 7 ' ' -,.-3.1.2. -P-:nat-4:3 - 5... 1.."YS-E., "'n'3' 45-1. Q 'obdwszmx Q' - .. a' - - . -- F The MUSICHT Clubs PROGRANT PART I l. faj Toast . ........................... ............ ' .Gonoud fbb Wisconsin Marching Song ............. .... G erman Follc Song Glee Club ll. Wayside Chapel, Reverie .................... ..... W ilson Mandolin Club Ill. Baritone Solo, "The Banclolerou ...........,. .... S tuart J. Allen Grimes IV. The Colored Guards .... ..........,....... .... A . Weidt Banjo Club V. Old Friends Medley. ..., ................ ..... H a ynes Glee Club Vl. Adios Senorita... ........... . .......... .... B uschow VII. Crew Song .,............,.......... ..... S leeper I Ray Baldwin and Clubs PART ll l. Medley Overture. ............,..... .,,,, S tahl Mandolin Club ll. The lfussing Zulu ............................................. Arr'd Stothart 'Pete Pierce and Paul Morris, assisted by Wilce, Oehler, Baldwin, Hendrickson., l-lalseth, Steen, Beecher and Taylor lll. Montclair Galop ...... i ............,................. .... A . Weidt Mandolin Club IV. The Little Red Drum .... .. ........... ,,,,, G ibson V. 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X , 'W' L" x ' by' , "3391z':'i ' V 4 ' flares -Ivss 225' f 'i fy , -'vfelzlzw' I 4,,, .- -,fff f..- f , . ..-. ff , , ...V ,,,-,,,,w ,..,,,,, .gy llc I -tif if X4 . ' Q' ' . " . .. I X -.Gil 536 l A 15, ,. 3039 x.. - . Y" Q-4"2-' :qv 1' f f if f 'B '. ' ' . ,, , .X ,.. ,. ,- ff Z ' S T " s. K First Sopranos Irma Wohlenberg llma Yunglcunz Barbara Klinefelter Abi 'l R gal aymer Second Sopranos Ruby Koenig Hebe Leeden Luise Hinlc Rhea Jennings Ma Metcalfe Florence Swetlm g Firsl Altos Ella Chave Marguerite McConville Lucina Carr Alice Lloyd-Jones Lola M. Graves , Jennie Lorenze Second Allos Bertha Kitchell Harriet Martin Ruth Henlcing Mabelle Breclette Mabel Smith Neva Gates Mary Ely Klinefe Lloycl-Jones C Lorenz Chave Conyne Smith Raymer lter Koenig Jennings Swetling I-lenking Martin Wohlenburg Murphy i Gates arr Bredette Yungkunlz Graves Kitchell I-link Metcalfe 153 'WY 5 ul 1 ,dy l m 51VllxX3 I XVG' aku? e 1 V! . ,. f "' 5- ..... M 'x ' , .fn V,vm:-m..Qg4f:zamam-,A Ama Q- x -wsu: - ew'.w-asap, om, - 1, L-:,:-,tae-qw. ' 1 fx- ' Nn.x-, f - -. , -N, 4. -f f,.4-w-,4fa:4- ., n, V - .,, M, ,, ,,,,,, '.,, ABOUT TI-IE CAMPUS I 154 '+A .V 1 "U m,. ,. ii . A Q I E B1 -I cl Qi A I - R C2 FHIPPS CHAPTER III 155 1 ' 2 t e aauii 2 ,Q We MA ga in fm: 3 1 H i . I .. , ' - A 1. , I . f f 1-'ie . Ss" "ah 1 ' t :QS-12-.: 2-141 ' r- .41 ls g gl, 55.1 5A X PIERCE CELEBRATION The Season in Oratory and Debate The past year of Debating and Oratory at Wisconsin has in many respects been distinctive. The Joint Debate as usual was the biggest forensic event of the year. In this debate Philomathia's team, composed of Monte Appel, Frank Shannon and F. R. Duffy, won from I-Iesperia's team, composed of Vvm. Spohn, Archie McComb and B. P. Stiles. Our Intercollegiate debating teams were not as successful as they have been in former years. We lost both of our Intercollegiate debates by narrow margins. Because of this, Wisconsin lost first place in the Central Debating League, which she had held for two years. As a result of these defeats a discussion was started as to how we could strengthen our Intercol- legiate debating system. It is contended by many students and alumni interested in forensics at the Uni- versity, that our intercollegiate debating teams do not receive the support that they merit. Some believe that the joint Debate interferes with our Intercollegiate Debates. A few think that the best way to eliminate this interference is to subordinate the joint Debate. In january a meeting was called to dis- cuss the situation. It was the consensus of opinion of those present that both the Joint and Intercollegiate Debates should remain the big debates that they have hitherto been. It is believed that there are enough good men in school to support both joint and intercollegiate teams and that there is sufficient interest in the student body at large to maintain them on a hnancial basis. I-Iowever, it was decided to hold our inter- collegiate contests in spring, thus making it possible for any joint debaters who desired to do so to try for the intercollegiate teams. At this meeting it was decided to appoint a council of six, two from each of the men's literary societies, and that this body, in conjunction with the department of debating and oratory, was to formulate a new plan or modify the old one, for the running of intercollegiate debates. If the Joint and Intercollegiate Debates are held at different times of the year it is said that each of the contests will be much better supported than it now is. All thinking people are agreed that the Joint and Intercollegiate Debates are distinctive and that each should be retained. Each occupies a place by itself and there is sufficient interest in each to supportlthem if they are held at different times of the year. People interested in debating in the University are anxiously awaiting the proposition which the council may propose and hope that whatever it suggests may tend to the strengthening and upbuilding of our inter- collegiate debating system. ' Because of this unsettled condition of our intercollegiate debating system, we have yet not scheduled any intercollegiate contests for next year. The other teams in the Central Debating Team refuse to debate in the spring and it may be possible that Wisconsin will not have any Intercollegiate debates next vear. In the final oratorical contest, Rluble, with an oration entitled "For the Common Good," won first place. Consequently he will represent Xvisconsin in the Northern Oratorical Contest to be held at Minneapolis the lirst week in lVIay. 156 4 - - 9 1 1. 1 1 1 , ' 1 ff Y' 1, 111 . -. ' ..n, my A--.,l ff K1 f,.-f 1- ',, dwg? AV 1192 Ginllllllll llll ll I 1 ss Wwe: IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII im' u""'luunnnunmmmuIIIIIllIlnllII:5mlll'n'mm"Q 5 R E Q S 'g 6g0?!:' -. E 2 Q? 'Z' .v . 5 E I " 6' 4' fu' : E ll! . ar' 5 5 , Q fig , -1 v I 2 ss' ' 5 ' O 91.1 if-, ,- X 9 't -, 5 " 2 Z E? os ilk 5 5 3' Q 5, , oy T fe, E 1 r 1 Nasir E ' ' E E - is Z QQ V A E -:. mi- f , . x . 1 s 1 -17 v -4 I 9 , ,-. S 9 wfq Z' M? his f n S Zfffz-L., mmtttllflllq l ' lnvltlllrlwm my llllllll Illllllllllllllllllllllll -1 I , .. lullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliuxu The Afen WIIO Have Won Their "W" Since 1894. DEBATING l9l0 1907 1903 ' 1901 1897 E. A. Meyeifs John Childs Thos. Sanderson George Blanchard Edwin Witte Raymond B. Frost Eli S. -ledney Eugene Marshall George C. Mathews Edgar E. Robinson Richard C. Schmidt l906 '909 1. E. Baker Monte F. Appel H. Geise Walter M. Atwood G- G- Huebner Gerhard A. Gesell E- OllDTiCl'1 Hal R. Martin P- H9 SCl'1l'iim J. H. Walechka ' 'I908 1905 Elbert E. Brindley iN:IaaxBL2?FOss Gustave W. Buchen R C iAHen Ralph D. Hetzel ' ' Carl N. Hill l904 Ray M. Stroud Ebon R. Minahan 1910 l906 Jesse Ruble Eugene Marshall I909 Edward McMahon Chas. C. Pearce 1905 l90S Max Loeb Carl N. Hill 1904 l907 Henry C. Dulce, Jr. Arthur F. Beule Wm. D. Buchholz George A. Danford Arnold L. Gesell W. Hagenah O. W. Kreutzer Michael B. Olbrich Seth W. Richardson William Ryan Edward Schubring C. H. Stone Tore Teigen A. V. Smith Wm. E. Smith Peter Tscharner l9O0 Harry W. Adams Wm. F. Adams Michael Cleary 1899 Charles E. Allen Clarence B. Edwards Henry Locl-:ney Clarence Luby Frank Rowan Albert H. Schmidt IS96 William A. Allen Edward R. Bowler Evan A. Evans James T. Healy M. W. Kalaher Fred Smith 1902 ?"0 503865 . E. H. gills Q. D. 3 Gillette .f1f5.RpD..i:'s gr 5-R535 enry raass joseph D. Shaw ' ' H. L. James l894 1. Koftend, Jr. 1898 G. W. Kroeniclce L. George Lohr C. W. Lamoreaux J. C. McKesson George B. Nelson H. S. Youker ORATORY l903 IB99 1896 C. C. Pease Albert R. Denu Albert H. Schmidt l902 1898 IS95 Michael B. Olbrich E. T. Fox R. A. Edward l90l i897 IS94 Louise Loeb l 900 Robert Wild A. R. Smith Edgar E. Robinson Professor R. L. Lyman Wm. H. Spohn C. E. Macartney BOARD OF CONTROL FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES Professor O. F. Reinsch STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES John A. 157 Professor E. A. Ross' Dorney ,,.i - , f- . . -f ' " -.,gy. , a.. ...g-Ai, Ag., fy 1 .I .- . f a -, ' . ' , . K. ., ntvu 'f '-f w:..f- .+ -1:-f-vi Q' 2-.wiv 1'1.e4,f.,-Q X -- - .. sk. ,,. 'T "Kr M -L apm h Thirty-Ninth Annual Joint Debate I-IESPERIA vs. PHILOMATHIA Library Hall, December 17, 1909 President of the Evening .... ......... .... P r ofessor F. Turner QUESTION Resolved, That our legislation should be shaped for the gradual abandonment of the protective tariff. Francis Duffy Bennett P. Stiles Afirmalive-P11 ilamaih ia Frank Sl1aIll'lOl1 Monte Appel Negative-Hesperia , Wm. H. Spo 'junczs Professor T. S. Adams l-lon., G. Curtis Decision: Pliilomalliia LeRoy Johnson F. A. Schnuchel Denton l... Geyer Pliilomaihia XX-'. A. Klinger R. T. Zillmer S. I... Barber Archie McComb hn Mr. M. S. Dudgeon Professor C. H. Hubericlc Professor T. H. Dickinson 3 to 2 in favor of the aflimiative COMMITTEES Arrangements Reception 158 Hesperia H. Allen -I. McDonald Carl Hoolcstadt Hesperia B. A. Jollivette Noah Frey R. A. I-leilman wQ'Tte Cncliiei Qfle .. . ..., uf.i.i..,e..... , , ..:1.-e1fL1a.f 2 ,- ' L., y....v..'Sf-F: --- ,- 3.4.-.,f.-15. Intercollegiate Debate Childs Sanderson Blanchard Meyer Martin Witte HRESOLVED, That a graduated income tax with an exemption of all incomes below 35,000 per annum would be a desirable modification of the system of federal taxation." MINNESOTA VS. WISCONSIN Afirmative, Minncsolag Negative, Wisconsin. Sigard Peterson Erwin A. Meyers ' Charles E. Carlson I-Ial R. Martin . Lambert Prigge Edwin E. Witte juocias D Judge S. I-I. Sedgewick ............. I .....,.......... Nebraska Professor F. N. Fling .,....,..... ...... U niversity of Nebraska Professor E. M. Taylor .................. University of Nebraska Decision, 2 to I for the Afhrmative. ' WISCONSIN VS. ILLINOIS Ajirmaiive, Wisconsing Negative, Illinois john I... Childs I-I. B. Johnson Thomas Sanderson I-I. Bandy Geo. W. Blanchard E. IVI. Miller juoci-:s . ..... Mt. Vernon, Iowa ... . . . . . . . . . .Chicago, Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chicago, Illinois Professor I-I. I-I. Freer. ...... . Dr. A. S. Johnson ...... ......... Mr. Geo. W. Ivarvelle ............ Decision, 2 to I for the Negative. 159 ' 1:15 v. . - ,. . . ., V , . , .N ., v:-H.-.., -., ,-, ,- vt 2' 1 f , W ' , 1 ' , - ' I ,--it vgttlgf. ' i "5 ,' 'J 'Z-5 Wfa-nz-'Y ., ' , .J - 5,-H., V- . . .. t-1 , . . " -. -5 Xiwzgz, -A,4 ,riflrrsigw .V MFL., bf- :-3L,j,,, 31ff':f.n,b' C25 "1-E ir- ,4 L:,l:f4'5f fl 51.5.5 s- '.,f'ff,p- "Elf us' i:,:.:,. . ' '5iQfl.iQI1 Iliff? 1-Hxflill -915124 , Vi? -F 2-We 1 1. 2: 'Y 'i ju " 1 VI' K ' 1 -45" Nineteenth Annual Northern 'Oratorical League Contest Al the University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, May 7, 1909 President of the League, REALFF OTTESON, Iowa PROGRAM ulnglorious Peace" .... . ............. ..... C harles C. Pearce, Wisconsin lAModern Feudalismn ..... 4 .... .... S egurd H. Peterson, Minnesota "Child Laborg A Living Issue" ............ .......... C hester A. Corey, Iowa "The Collegian's Call" ...................... ..... F redericlc B. McKay, Michigan "The Administration of the Lawg lt's Reform" ........ Ralph R. Hawhurst, Northwestern "Patriotism and Government" ................ ..............., E . M. Miller, Illinois A lnhe Call of the City" ..................................,. Lawrie Sharp, Oberlin fArranged according to rankj Cl-IAS. C. PEARCE -'The Northern Oratorical League Contest has been won by Wisconsin only three timesg in l879 by Robert M. Lal'ollette, in l903 by Max Loeb, and again in l909 by Charles C. Pearce. -Mr. Pearce has an enviable record in oratory. In l905 he won the Vvisconsin State Oratorical Contest. for l-ligh Schools. In his freshmen year he captured the "Freshman Dec," and in 1907 the Phi Alpha Tau Cup Contest. During his Junior year he received first place in the "Junior Ex" and in his senior year won the "Senior Open" and the Final Oratoncal Contest. Mr. Pearce is at present engaged as an instructor in Public Speaking at the University of Illinois. 160 Le .. . W .,.. ..Cs. .d ' .s . , . ' , + 1 f , J , n f, , , t . 5: .....f a .e.. f , -gun, x L - L 1 1 ' 5' ' ' , ' ...K 1 54.1 ' 'Q '7 ' -vii 4.'M A i .a 'ff Sixteenth Annual Final Cratorical Contest Library Hall, March 7, 1910 i President of the Evening, PROP. R. L. LYMAN J.Ruble For the Common Goocl ........... The Constitution ancl Democracy .... .... H al R. Martin Lords and Commons ............. ...... S . I... Barber Carl Schurtz .... . ............. ..... M . G. Glaeser The Problem of To-morrow ..... ..... R ae F. Bell The Anti-Saloon. Movement ..... . . .... McDonald Universal Peace .................... ...... E. . A. Seaton The Commercialization of the Theater .... ..... H enry S. Taylor J. j. RUBLE. juocizs .g i . Cie-. L. A. Anderson Carl N. I-Intl f 132715 Horace secret Michael oibrich 3 If fi '-lragtfglli Q' Prof. R. H. Whitbeck I ' ' " Llfiifj 22.2 First three arranged according to rank. The first two were tied for first, but Mr. Ruble gffiiggsiiiiilgggf 51 .1 a fa i 1 b h had a .rom of firsts 'fltll-H' -at 1' was awar e rs p ace ecause e m J y . Ti5"'if',-L tt, ill :Ei if Q35 1-'Q . 'lr y 9 -956 al.Q4."3'ltl,I1f, .jan-Q TT Lihl - ci 1 2-11?-, 1 'llilll l finrrs fy 9 MW 5 ii f ills' V1 1 l - - A A . 'fs .vi-f 'ful--f 1:1:- mr .V Yuzzw .,,vg:Q.:'2:s:':-1 time fare,-:f-.5:., 1 fi, .auf .1-q ,. . f -, -Q me Junior EX Library Hall, February 25, 1910 Presidenl of Evening. BENNETT P. STILES PROGRAM Lords and Commons ................. ....,...... .... Philomathia The Service of the Common Good ............. . Athena The Century of the Children ....... .......... Caslalia The Kansas Struggle .... ............. .... Pythia The New Norway ........ ............... ..... Olympia The Anti-Saloon Movement .... ........... Hesperia i SAMUEL L. BARBER .,..J.J, Samuel L. Barber ...Jesse J. Ruble ....l..ucy A. case .Gertrude Kitchell l..eGrand G. Dyke McDonald x of juncias f Prof. Silas Evans Gerhard A. Gesell lVl. S. Dudgeon Edgar E.. Robinson First three places arranged according to rank leb 45 162 : Q 15 4:- 3 0 1. 1 7 I. ..j -,LZ ' tt: V., U Bl-dirt 1 X ,,,,, 1 A .-,, ,. ,,fL"1-f,,A..4.,.-. fa-V-qu' 'H' f- fl- " .1 f ' N , .free-.-wf. . -..v,,.-L Nlorris Nleyer .... Alvin E.. Reis ...... Eugene Chloupelc ..... Harold P. Janish ..... Paul H. Esch. .. Sigvald Stavrun The Freshman THE FINALS PART I-ORATORICAL PART II-DRAMATM: Dec . . . . . . . . .American Ideals . . . . .Eulogy on Sunset Cox . . . .Representative Government . . . . . .The Cross of Gold ..........Jean Valjean .....For Love of a Man First place in the Oratorical Division was awarded Morris Meyer, no other places x X ff being announced. In the dramatic DIVISION there was a tie between Paul H. Esch and Slgvald Stavrum. I if -! f e z.,-3,11 lm ll . im xt . '-Lisa?" -- 'T 17.- 163 mf?f . : -. H ' ' fx- .-.. '- gf if-' n',.w L K ., :g2:fi,-...aw-'.gjy3g-Sq35.iaffjfff:"27v5iSLj1T:gq:fG"'-'S..21-j'2:2i-flfi-fgnie . 5, ,- Lb- fat ..1 . .. . .I V. .. .. .5-. f.-- wg ,rf-f-if B rum.. -.-we-s.ff,:1.1,-X-. ., iz-.:.iv.-1. -1.1.1. ,Wai -,1 ji C- if '1 f i . f'-1 I! A' I ' - fy 16 -if-Szfiezv.: :IP-amz-.Q1arLsQwi:.!9:2.i.1.:1. b,..,Q,. ' . 1'-'1'f:3S.ieN-aw-291.9 mxssszmf,'isbn-Jesu:-1:e::4 'H' -..f.w:. .asv v:1v.2:.:ss f.-'G-i1.11-.av-:.r.:.s.h - Leslie A. Bechtel Benjamin S. Beecher John A. Dorney Lisle Hollister Harry Abendroth John Childs Victor Farrar A. D. Keller E.. A. Meyers Emil Bunta Russell A. Evans C. R. Hoffman Jas. P. Kennedy Royal B. Ebert Stephen A. Barrett Pete C. Kolinslcy Carl A. Neprud Almer S. lVlcCordie Thos. Farley Edw. B. Quick Edwin B. Stason Benjamin F. Springer.. F. E. J. Wilde ...... Henry C. Arnsdorf ..... David Saposs ..... SENIORS Hal R. Martin Clarence C. Tolg Chu-tung Tsai Kenneth Olson JUNIORS A. H. Noyes Jesse Ruble David Saposs C. H. Talbot H. S. Taylor A. T. Toebaas SOPHOMORES Ray I... Dickinson Henry G. Arnsdorf Rae F. Bell A. G. Thompson Daniel R. Foxwell Raymond F. Piper E. H. Malon.e Abe M. Levitan FRESHMEN john G. McKay Milton E.. Rose H. E.. jones Wm. D. Middleman Harold P. Janish 164 Athenae OFFICERS Edw. Mathie Benjamin Springer Arthur A. Shillander F. E.. Wilde Calvin F. Schwenker Geo. A. Vollmer Will C. Reyer Brutus McGee H. O. Gray Myron H. Utgard Kim Ho Frank A. Daley Wm. P. Aberg Ralph R. Hibhard Robt. C. Williamson Sterling S. Beath Iohn S. Corley Aaron A. Ladon Paul H. Esch . . .President Vice-President . . . .Treasurer . . . . .Secretary K pf, xsqmvyvi 1 1 Qv Q4 "M Qu Q 'max ., V , , . , . . . . .f,f-- f v f ,---.-V W. -f- ' ' ' I 'N -- ' ,I " .. 'ia ff,jm2g:m:ff'Y'ffy..'fz'wfwg:H ':f'?'5?X,5E7-M1112a':Q4f7,Qf Y,4ffp'wf.s:f ' ' . , . , .- 1 . ,- , .f -, f V '.' 'JC' 1-12.2 4.-H,-aff., ,,, 6 " X. . ., - - f . . ., ,.,. ., . , , . .4 V , . ,, -- Lf, 4 +,,., mm ., .f4ff,.,fw 1 4, f, 2 ' -. + 1 .. I - ff 1 - ' . " -. ' ' ','-- I f ,wx Us-'FA In ,J4:r:.1g-, 1.4 if Q,f.'.'m- f. . ' ,P , . , -.4 1 ,. ...1 -'.',..I...!.uL-:LI-L-. ,..L-.. f -' ,. -..-... J ."-42'n.,cv.11in-,:'f22:.....a,,. "' :4:....:f-41--:ff 'f-' 'fn' ,- .y - -,,1 1:1 'lv Athenae J. J. RUBLE Jumoa ORATOR 165 . g: , :,4 iq . .. f' Q WW, 1. . . . , - . . . . 'M ' ,, M H '33 -, ' 'xl ex aicezmi' 'N 4.xf'ses??48-QP"'- W i-l-uw - fdilihzv Hemi iivvi sirfidfzz-r"L-'l'5r-1. J " jf"t W 5x " President ...... . . Vice-President. ..., . Secretary ........ 'T PC3511 F6 I' . Carl Hoolcsladt John L. Hensey B. A. jolivette H. Allen H. N. Brue Roy Bean H. O. Brill Alfred T. Flint Roger Cunningham Harold Eclihardt lVlerwin Eclwarcls Harry Blust F. D. Fletcher John Svacina Earl C. Dexheimer Clarence Nelson Hesperia za x i v5s L -6- ", QQ? J ,uf X' lx mlnyrs .ll . lr' 'I illiljf f a -' rc. OFFICERS. SENIORS Henry A. Loftsgarclen Wm. H. Lewis Archie lVlcComlJ JUNIORS Eclw. H. Hayes Roman Heilman Jas. lVleDonalcl Sager Odegarcl SOPHOMORES Leo George Carl R. Hoffman Geo. Luethge Howarcl Chm Richard Soutar FRESHMEN Earl Clarwater W. W. Barney G. A. Anderson W. K. Braasch 166 . . . .Carl Hoolcstaclt . . . . .Sager Odegard . . . . . H. Eclchardt . . . .C. Thompson Carl Naffz Albert L. Thompson C. I-l. Allen Albert H. Uchsner B. P. Stiles Vlfm. H. Spohn Chas. C. Thompson O. B. Thayer Eben H. Toole Albert W. Torbet Jas. H. Weir Aclam Richmond Robert M. Reiser Arthur W. Consoer Harry l... Chesiclc Henry l... Gohcles NNT L "' Q we Y . . '- 'e- ,, 1- ' Q- - H 9 " '.-:vw " ' : , , , ' 'Q ' ' qv-1, ---, s 3 " ,, , , ,5 ,: Q ,u --. , 1 ,, .. .vw w , gy A ,V , , ,4 , ,V ,V , ,: :' , 4 4 , SQ fy .XM , T , . , 5 -. 'S gl , 4 l ,J . Q, A-sg Q 'V,"Qw,,"'fl,51,., na ,,, " ,,., , Hesperia JOINT DEBATE TEAM AND JUNIOR ORATOR I ' ' HESPERIA Blusi, Martineau, Odegarcl, Hayes, Fletcher, I-loolcstadl, Thayer, Brue, Eclcllarcll, Lloyd-Jones, Bean, Loftsgarden, Consoer Allen, H., Edwards, Thompson, Luethge, Nelson, Frey, Chesick, Torbet, Dahm, jollivette, Dexheimer. Junlcman, Braasclm, I-lensey, Naffz, Stiles, Macomb, Spohn, Oshsner, Flint, Richmond, Wier. Svacina, Thompson, Ohm, McDonald, Bamey, Heilman, Konno, Brill. Reiser, Stephens, Allen, George, Cohdes, Anderson, Toole. 167 Q Q' A Q Ml Y w E tlln, 4' Q . sf' '21 ll 2. ,-"'2jp.'g.-ai 4 X 1 1 -GP wif- . Q. ', " - .1....--1:1 fr- A A K ' Q N 4 ' svss 1, ' ""1'-11,9 Q' curate 1, warm. 'Ex N .. L. . - as ' is 1A'L,'4.s. . wf wrs- J. .J NU-Q0r"'1L , Q 'ale A 1 I f X J., if X f XX M ly A . 1' J, A .Q ' Tl., ell? ,L Philomathia 65795 35557 0701 SUMO :TOE wie' :gf-un l'I2 5 seg 591' I E 5 Eg DU . . cn Z5 Monte F. Appel Francis R. Duffy Denton l... Geyer William A. Klinger George Worthington Raymond Zillmer Walter Axley Samuel l... Barber Ctto Bradley Fred Merle Albert F. Allison Alvin Anderson Verne C. Bonesteel Roy Burke john A. Commons Raymond l-leilman Alvin Kessler Alvin C. Reis Neill W. Fox Alexander l..eGrand George Luhman Albert A. Axley Irving Hewitt Harvey Malig Francis A. Schnuchel .IUNIORS Ewalcl Steinhagen Karl Borsaclc Bernhard C. Korn' Roy johnson SOPHOMORES Arthur Pelletle Frank G. Oetking - W. C. Thompson Harry Meissner Wm. H. Jacques John Willaman FRESHMEN Robert W. Monk E. E. Schattschneicler 168 .. . . . . . .President Vice-President . . . . . .Treasurer . . . .Secretary William Meuer Rudolph Rieder Frank Shannon Archibald Dean Taylor Ruby George Eberle David Flanagan Martin Thue Martin Glaeser Chester Rohn Bailey ,Ramsclell Arthur C. Runsler Clarence Cleveland Kenneth l... Smith P. H. Porter Hugh Simpson Wayne Deming Morris Meyer Benjamin Estabroolc Q Q' 391 B 1, . - . , , . , WWF- ,, L L , '- ' X 7 V - ' 5 9 . , A I ," mwlfih Y f 1 ' ' . 1 f. ,X X ,4 ' ' Q e I H ' ' :' 5. lx ' 'A ' ' ' rf l. - rj w",'.,gz',17 f I' 'j . 3 6- "T - .V-1 " 1 1 R' S4 'Q' '. K ,5 x gf , ff i H Y in A' Y"' "s""'i'i":"' ""' L E" "K'45"'L":' "3'E':'5"" ' arid! 'X ll H- ,, -1- -3-dui? -A i'4 Ak-223: ri -13121. "' . A A - ,- , e.:..-:gt 1bL.L: ,g,1:g:5 .-.g,,: ,i:Lg.1.. J, 1,L, . L1 Philomathiafs Victorious Joint Debate Team and Junior Orator Duffy Shannon Barber Orator Appel Philomathia Eberle Johnson Yantis Rohn Korn Borsaclc Meyer ' Deming Runzler Cleveland Mahoney Merle Cleary Steinmueller Caclciigan R. Martin Commons Meissner Willaman Steinhagen Fox W. Axley Oetlcing Hellman Zillmer A. Axley Swartz Ruby Hewitt Malig Dale Geyer Luhman Meller Duffy Klinger Le Grand Schnuclcel Clonpelc Pellette Reiss Glaeser Ramsclell Kessler D 169 ' ' A V. 43 ilili?5EF5?"kjk'lf'.ii"?"'b Y-1.5 'ii755:21fi'-'5'55TH'3'i:f '5 " i , if' 7 2151, 2" .21--'I' 11: 'Wh 412 wav- ,-s, e-,sc-:t.-'t-if :wg--f 2.-1 fsrisz. ,J ..., . :,: Ls, M1 egg-5. -:5-,.,5gq.:'i' - A ,L 1, A. 8 'zQ.gr'3',,.- 243311 'A iia v si- 4 1-e. 1,s,:.:: . Zs - 'N '-,, 'wA vtf Hzwsci. "" Q few ' '4'1 "e:'f'w Ex:- 'R , IE at Castaha OFFICERS Mrs. Pearl Probert Fry .........,...... ........ P resident Mary Reid ............. - ...,.,...... .... V ice-President Elizabeth Rossherg ,... ...... T reasurer Vivian Mowry . . . . . ..... Secretary SENIORS Ann Bradford Katherine Byrne Mrs. Pearl P. Fry Violet St. Sure l-lazel Straight Belva Cooper Viola Leach Mary Reid jUN1oRs Lucy Case Edna johnson Elizabeth Rossberg Millie Stone Ceila Winter Martha McClure Lulu l-lamhrecht Clarissa Kuhns SOPHOMORES Alice Farquahar Merle Pierson Lena Stahl Lulu Kleinpell Hehe Leeden Bonnie Schoop FRESHMEN Gladys Gill Maude Ketchum lrene Shenlcenhurg Ethel Taylor l-lelen Mighell Vivion Mowry Gladys Briest Margaret Shelton Beulah Smith Alice Hoskins Mathilda Schuh Edna Weber Esther Lehmann Medora l-larlcer Vera McNair Edith Schuster Roxie Yorgey Katherine Lehmann Alma Vviechers Lillian Lucas Laura Stewart Winifred Crane Genevieve Harris Maude Reid Belle Fligelman Posr-GRADUATE Johanna Rossherg 170 X , r . , .. :N -. A 1 5 1 I VA A 'Fx uv X ' " ' QL U 9 1A . . ,. - D a -.1 f -f v. 3 A h I ! . 4 - J 4 JM- . , LUCY A. CASE J UNIOR ORATOR ' CASTALIA'S SENIORS . ' Leach Bradford Priest Taylor Reid Cooper Mowry Byrne Smith Mighell Straight Shenkenberg St. Sure, Hoskin Frye 171 P 0 fer 'Evra 'we' If -rx PFW' 1' 1, ix, 1 0 9 :Y www!! Ct w r 'V . i""""' fP'2??i?gid" i54fif':1xq2i5S , 'I" H - Y11112121:15:EI"'."""""it'W'i?5'tfYx22Q'1fS'I5.111-:fffrrIL..Q.aQi3'2?3:32E'-rflakfffkiii7'V??:?Sp3,.'-E,ETS-2532:4.5'Q"--1132595516"gi'tFf 5 - 'A f - M . s a zafrfgf- :1v1ff-3,15:m,sl3.s2e,, are-L:s4:es:.f,m::::':.a. 'M .1.-::1+-ef'rs:-,f-rcs:-.A.e:-ff::. mum-xigs.-.few"4-5:-'vs-,been- Marie Carey Helen Fitch Beatrice Seaver Hazel Appleby Marion Dahl Ada James Helen Thursby Gretchen Schoenleber Amy Meier Ferne Nelson Emily Clark Hazel Roberts Irene Cody Olive Simpson Maude Barrett Anne Leitch Harriet Leaming Pythia GERTRUDE Kirci-xE1.i. JUNIOR oRAToR SENIORS Helen Davis Grace Griffin Winifred Van Vleck Lilian Remsburg RIUNIORS Helen Schram Hester Harper Gertrude Kitchell Bertha Gesell Sibylle Stutzer Alice Nelson SOP I-IoMo mas Mabel McLaughlin Bertha Kitchell Agnes Davis Pearl Blanchard Fmasl-:MEN Rose Legler Edna Pease Ester Perky Hazel Chapman 172 Frances Durbrow Hazel Mead Pearl Richardson Gretchen Ruedebusch Aimee Zillmer Arlie McComb Loretta Hannon Valborg Ofstie Nomia Roehm Jessie Loew Meriam Robinson Ada Richmond Anna Neitzel Ruth Rice Margaret Anderson Agnes Hayes vw? wr! xg- Mitz i ,fu A-Nl i .- CL Q61 . , , .-,.,. - ,V-..,. ,, Y .frrx gf U!"Fel!-mglm.-7,gfaw1-1,405-'i eyflggm J , , I. ,lg 1.1-yew, I. 11 -. -- , qc , - ,, Y- V - . I L- - , , , . 'We tT2frK'if .iw +V L 1'6" "fr-'T' l' - ff" "0 ' A I W- ' ,-if 'V N " F:,?Lz.""' ylgif-fer. ,I e ll a - '- f-Z W 1 f-u "2',fJ'g VV . : qrgl 'sfi' '34 H l-.,5,.,. A' ,X :gf Eval'-I up ' ,' Q Q . - , , .. .1,.,,,L:1e...- -' , 1 1 .U e.4,m.-M, .f .M 1, . ff' A.. ., e..,,-. .... .ee.,:,f.,..., Pythia OFFICERS Helen Fitch.. ,. .. . ..... . . . ...,.. ...President Grace Griflin .... .... V ice President Aimee Zillmer. . . ....... Treasurer Hazel Mead. . . Secretary Y Grifhn Meier Van Vleclc Rxieclebusch Appleby Fitch Remsburg ' Cary Durb row Richardson Davis Gesell 1 73 -- ,-E,:g.g,3:g ' a M. azz. , 71 if ' :':.E-!: ,.f-rl fa' ,tml ,, ---"- . e" ' g.f-nf V wqji' if' f '14 l A ll t,5,...,A.,.. ,rf ....... v Q 1 U W AgI1CU1tUfa1SOC1Cly OFFICERS Kenneth MBfhlSOH.. . ....... . . . . . . Hemxan Ullsperger. . . Robert l... Post ......... Griffith Richards, Jr .... Robert lVlcKirnan .... .. . . . . .President . . . . .Vice-President . . . . . . . . .Treasurer ...........Secretary . . . .Sergeant-at-Arms 1... .4 e . - . - f.: .f .-fr- 1-,--, . -1. s' f f . ' " ' '.""f1:1"f':' 525. 3-2: E'-Q3 2.25 S L-' 'az Qtzzuijkl 3' Y+1.f:'Y124?Y1".722-1Ci'?:5?:h1322:-11'?:41111rf24lf Q I . . e Q' Q' 4' ' 'N Uvmass. ...w.-af- . M. .. V- .-s...a..r.., 1.1, .'. ,"'..':f'..-.1 ' , i it , ,'1 52 'f '-T-'ll ' '1 '. - .. . 3.- 'K ' . 1' ' '. 'A :"xtf:'5:' ' ' . -. Y.. I ' SENIORS George Dacy Lawrence F. Graber Arthur C. Baer Qtto Baer Geo. A. Blank John Cavius Cueorge Carter John Doerschulc Lawrence Bahr Elbert C. Bailey George K. Beyer Eugene Bosshard A. Abbot Brown Henry A. Drescher Jos. C. Hilman Amos S. Bomberger Norman Danielson Walter A. Dopke Cedric B. Dreutzer Claude S. Hesley Frank E.. Huser D. H. Hadsell Arthur Kuhlman Carlos L.eClair jumons Harry Doty Marla W. Hayes Benjamin Jelinelc Alford H. Meyer Cleo. C. Morris Frank Morrison SOPHOMORES Louis A. Henlce Martin Hoppert Myron H. Harrington Clarence H. Hulbert Hugo Klusub Xvalter E. Mueller John R. Palfrey FRESHMEN John R. Jennings Chas. Ct. Keys Otto H. Luber Robert A. Lamson Robert N. McKirnan Stanley Michelstetter Clarence A. Nelson Howard P. Opie 174 Kenneth Mathison Andrew A. Borland los. Porter Emil Rahchenstein Grithth Richards, Jr. Harvey Cr. Smith Herman W. Ullsperger Henry A. Pflughoeft Clyde W. Raub Ray Sweetman Edward Seaton Willard C. Thompson Stephen Cv. Kammlade Clinton B. Post john W. Peters Fred S. Pinkerton Karl Solum Allen Turnbull Raymond B. Walsor Nvillard W. Yates gr? F3 'S I ,Y 1,552 ,5':g:f,-vw.. f -' '21-jd:-"-friff ix-s4.y"f:i5 fbi aaa' 5- 13.2 gg w-, ' gg , ', 1 1, 3. , , , H 4-22rQS 31. ,, . EfKf..,,:F'fffk'.fP,: ,111-'QF - pw fi ' A. ' 5, , 1 -LT .: - , ' . Q . U. Agricultural Society Top Row: Peters, Sclioenmarm, Doplce, Smith, I-luser, I-loppert, Mueller. Second Row: Meyer, Cairns, Kammlacle, 'lVlorrison, Ullsperger, Pfiughoeft, Bailey, Potter, Brown, Pinkerton. 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K ,rg X -5 A ! -'E 2729. . : - 'iigiiquvsri ' 1 fr ' ,EEEQIEI ' Qffilll' 3 ..a:lalQ',ll!5',!r ggi Ah z alil slfagagiawiifl , I, It I -N I fa w A yn Q . ma xi' 1 -, I "maj: 11.12, ,gy .1 f Q13 Q1 1 -. 1.1: f 4 , 1 , ,j -K ' ' 7 .., .-ff lv :Biff t in' 'I 5. til I ,' VV Qi! .QIYJ .4 ', 1 ' ff: . Z ,? L 24 7 if 1' "ia sf '- lt . eg. 1 .I af' , I -fl e l . ' Z , 'Q fr r tw ' 11.4 .-.-. I .1 f ..: g .l ' .- .JJ 2 ' The 1911 Badger Board BOARD OF EDITORS Carroll O. Biclcelhaupt ....,..,, Editor-in-Chief Erwin Dohmen ........... Business Manager ' Walther.Buchen ....... ...... l.. iterary Editor Roy Phipps.. ......... ............ A rt Editor Charles Harding, Jr ......... Photograph Editor THE BOARD Harold Arpin . ............... Athletics Douglas lVlcKey .... Regents and Faculty Herman Veerhusen. ............. Classes Roy P. Bean .................. Drama Maurice B. Lamont.. .,......... Music Henry Kleinsc hmidl Clifford McMillan.'. Mary Conover.. . . . Pr-HPPSQ " - ., ....... Fraternities .Sororlties William L. Kamba11'.'.ii155AQQfy societies. Le Roy Johnson. . . Arthur Doe ....... ,.............Clubs ' THE STAFF Karl Mann Josephine Plank William Ninabuck Harold Crawford Kathryn Fordyce Elizabeth Newall Alma Slater Michael Timbers Aimee Zillmer Joseph Schwada Charles Sexton Hubert White ............Oratory .. ....... Press Charles Coddington William Ellis Gertrude Kitchell Bickelhaupt Dohmen Buchen Phipps Harding ' 178 . Y x -. ,. , , . R 1'G"1xn V -Vl- 'QI It , o m A 15,3963 1.5, 4 3, V' nj-93 -. -:Q v-', .,...1-. 4,,. ..-.Y ,r.4,Law..-.1-ra,.1w.4.....rL.1Wm.e,.,:.,.f na- ' J , " '- " wi -'zwf 'r :' f" 1 ' t' ' K ' THE ADVISORY BOARD Ralph Birchard, Chairman Walther Buchen Herbert Newman Emmet Horan David S. Hanchett james S. Thompson Sam Kerr Hugo H. Hering Dr. William Westerman The Badger Board ' Vee rhusen McKey Arpin Bean Lamont McMillan Conover Kimball johnson Doe Kleinschmiclt Mann Ninabuck Fordyce Slater Newall Timbers ' Zillmer Schwacla Sexton White Coclclington Ellis Kitchell Crawford Plank 179 .A 1-L. ,' , .1 , ' Q ., A " "' " "' 1' 4 M" " l" "x Q X" t'W " , - il 717 ff? I 67 g Q WZ S 1 9 165 .i'. nl- 5 X I11121111111u1I ' '--fllt. Q f 4 ' . -1 I I-. J, LA D 111 1 1 ., 5.5,-X. f , 1, 1 Q-'J I" 3, 4' iffil, 1 f "Q if ". . -'tot " Q-'--L ff I 1 ART Ev QETRY ff V 'I f' V ' Pr-11PPs The Sphinx Ralph Birchard, 'IO .... ........ ............. ............ E d i tor H. Newman, 'IO Morris Mitchell, 'I2 B. P. Stiles, 'Il W. A. Klinger, 'IO Hollis Lorenz, 'IZ L. C, Bonesteel, 'IO Hugo H. Hering, 'Ig Walllifr E?.kBlLl11chen, 'Ill' 5101 Plhlippj, 'IIIZ H. N. Crawford, ' I' Carro ic e aupt, ' ac oy , ' XV. T. Brunow, '10 ..................... ............. B usiness Manager Fercl Meineclce, '11, Ray Sanders, 'II ..... .... A ssistant Business Managers Mitchell Birchard Brunow Bughen Bonesteel Bickelhaupt Phipps Stiles Klinger Crawford Hering 180 I IANX ,G I fig. Q' ' f' .F .. D., A ,wt l ,tv ,dx .I .. Hish. ff . .f wfgfgsi, , e 1122: -ffl , - ff, " ' fm, Wffiglllli' " fI?ff1zr!12 v,T,,f-ffl" iff", " HW! f "wwf, 'llltfl-f,Z'!"' N WW - 1 , .Ef'4,fi"'y.:lI3, , tx iff X ,,fj0,y:ef, I N MoTTo: ADS ADD fail, M5521 , . 2 0, 34? 2.5.5, .L IT Iii?-,, f,f74:53w-fa if Huw-lvss. MANAGER Eo To2, Repoersa PRINTER orpfcs BOY The Cardmal Tm: STAFF Vvilliam Goldschmidt, I... 'IO ................ ....Business Manager Monte F. Appel, 'IO ....,...................... ..... E ditor-in-Chief Ralph R. Birchard, 'I0, Kenneth F. Burgess, '09. . James S. Thompson, 'IO ........................ . ......... Managing Editor David S. Hanchett, 'I0 ..... .. Arthur B. Doe, 'Il .... Stuart O. Blythe, 'IZ ....... Morris K. Mitchell, 'IZ ..... Stuart l-l. Ankeny, 'II. George D. Bailey, 'l2. . . ..... Associate Editors Assistant Managing Editor . . . . . . . .University Editor Assistant University Editor . . . . . . . . . .Athletic Editor . . ............ Assistant ......Assistanl REPQRTERS Jewell S. Chase, 'II T. R. l-loyer, 'IZ l-l. M. Connor, 'II Alvin Kessler, 'I3 W. R. Miller, 'I0 G. I... Jones, 'I3 C. C. Wells, 'll A. B. arker, 'I3 C. WS. Coddington, 'II Louis G. Castle, 'I3 Howard Watts, 'I3 Thompson Appel Goldschmidt l-lanchett Doe Blythe Mitchell 181 fro, Q 4 ., P 4 if 1 f W se 'fc x "' ev NN? s..'1.X.75 we vs- N. ,mme-..1 ' ' ff EM ZW' eff' - ' . . V H.-j - -. " 'L 341.-i , ., 'q' K 'Ti ' . 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' Walther Buchen, 'l l . . . . . .Editor-in-Chief Paul Mo1'r1s, 'l0. . . . . . . . . . .Athletxc Echtor Ellzabeth F. Corbett, 'lO. . . . . .Assxstant Edxtor Oscar Nadeau, I0 ..... .. .lllustratmg Edltor Ralph Bircharcl, 'IO Kenneth F. Burgess, '09 George B. Hill. '08 Allce I... Webb Glen W. Dresbach, 'l2 Wmf B. Kemp, 'll . , I-larrxet Maxon, II Chalmer B. Traver, 'l2 Roy Phlpps, 'll Carl H. hluergens, 09. . . . . . . . . ......... Business Manager George D. Barley, 'l2. . . ..Assxstant Business Manager D resbach N adeau Phipps Buchen Blythe Morris Maxon Birchard Corbett Travers 182 ' '. -. ,,.- QI .,:,.,. f- '.vf I 1 X F . al-I? l"'-- - 2 fy ieklbt llmllbllf fn . ,W ,. XIII - I N7 ill, X A, .lg 7 V6 W ffifr l ' i FHWF5 , The Wisconsin Alumni Magazine OFFICERS Louis P. Lochner, '09 ...... ......... ............... E. d itor Charles F. Smith, Jr., '08 .... ....... . . . . .Businesss Manager Kenneth F. Burgess, '09 .... . . ............... . . . ...... Athletic Editor STAFF ' Samuel Fallows, '59 john B. Wuxslow, Law, '75 l. S. Bradley, '75 Charles R. Evans, '81 John A. Aylward, '84 Wardon' A. Curtis, '89 Albert Oschner, '84. ............. Miss Elizabeth Waters, '84 ..,... Vice' Mrs. T. E. Brittingham, '89 . Ernest N. Warner, '89 lVlary S. Foster, '94 Zona Gale, '95 A. O. Barton, '96 Vvillard C. Bleyer, '96 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE .President Willard G. Bleyr, '96 ..... President Mathew S. Duclgeon, '95.. Frank l... Gilbert, '99 Raymond B. Pease, '00 E. B. Schubring, 'Ol Mabel Bradley, '04 Max Loeb, '05 Louis Bridgman, '06 .Recording Secretary ... . . . ... .Treasurer Charles N. Brown, Law, '8l Glenn Ray, '93 , Timothy L. Harrington, '90 Mrs. John M. Olin, '76 Robert G. Siebecker, '78 LOCHNER SMITH 183 V I V' , - - - V, - . ' ' .f ,V -V .-V.f vi ab 4 'ff 'fm-:Q "Q:-'Yf.-'..,:.11.VV.. .. V. V' -. . ' Tl. 'Vi 1 :' - 1-1'1"f.,fV- .V .V E:.- 5. Q1 f.'fz-'PA t x--'iff-1 ,. 'E?11...,:1-, 11 1.-'-1.. 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E. ditor in Cliief Kemper Slidell, 'IU ........ Assistant Business Manager l... S. Davis, 'IG ........ ........ A ssistant Editor F. T. Coup, 'll .................... Associate Editor S. H. Ankeney, 'll .... ........ B usiness Manager I... D. jones, 'l2 ................... Associate Editor W. G. Pearsall, 'll ............. Circulation Nlanager D. P. Dale, 'll ....... .......... A ssociate Editor R. A. MacLaren, 'll .............., Associate Editor H. I... Algeo. 'Il .... ...... A ssociate Editor ADVISORY,BOARD XV. D. Pence, C. E ........... Professor of Railway Engineering J. G. D. Mack, M. E ............. Professor of Machine Design M. C. Beebe, E.. E. .......... Professor of Electrical Engineering I b 1 ..,-' - lVIacl..aren Slidell Coup - Anlceney Pearsall Bates Davis 184 .-f is A Top: Baer Morrison Jelinel-c Kuhlman Middle: Walster Bean l..e Clair White Thompson Bottom: Morris Graber Marshall The Carlos A. Le Clair, 'IO .... james D. Marshall, 'IO ..... George C. Morris, 'II .... Arthur I-l. Kuhlman, 'IO ..... Student Farmer THE STAFF DEPARTMENTS ............Editor .Managing Editor . .Associate Editor B acteriology-D airy Albert I... Thompson, 'IO .... ...... H orticulture I... Graber, 'IO ............ .... .... A g ronomy-Soils Roy P. Bean, 'I I ...... . . . . . . ....... I ..,......... I... ive Stock Frank Morrison, 'II .... ............... Q ........... G eneral Agricultural News ALUMNI DEPARTMENT Q Harlow I... Vlfaister, '08 .... . ...................... ....... Alumni Editor E. R. Jones, '05 ........ ....................! .Assistant A. I... Stone, ......... ................ .... E d .itor Short Course Alumni BUSINESS STAFF Benj. Jelinek, 'II ..... ................ ...... B u siness Manager A. C. Baer, 'II .... .... C ireulation Manager 185 A " - 'gill .,,V' :fs fs, :ew 4 wg. '- v -- ,.w1..- . - Et. .. f .,1,, 1 xtfvs --21 - " 1" "f' ' Sn S S' lil-giglgzrgf 7 if li T93 1-- .-.iilfl 'QA lib 2- Us '3,W:-Q---x " Q5 .ff-:g i -.giiix fp' of X-N , X, P THE L s s PRESS CL I-IONORARY MEMBERS Prof. W. G. Bleyer Prof. T. H. Dickenson Prof. G. Showerman Marcus Heiman H. E. Legler Elliot Flower R. G. Thwaites C. K. Lush W. Neidig ASSCCIATE MEMBERS l. C. Marquis R. R. Hiestand A. O. Barton 1. B. Sanborn F. C. Sheasby Fred Holmes F. W. McKenzie W. L. Woodward L. W. Bridgman OFFICERS William Goldschmidt ............. ......... P resident ames S Thompson. ..... .... V ice-President Walter B Miller ...,... ..,.... S ecretary Arthur B Doe. -.-- ...,. T reasurer David S Hanchett .... ................ ..... L i brarian ACTIVE MEMBERS Stewart l-I. Ankeny Monte F. Appel Marion Atwood U Carroll Bicltelhaupt Ralph R. Birchard Stuart O. Blythe Marcus Boguslawsky Walther A. Buchen Harold W. Crawford Arthur B. Doe Erwin Dohmeni John F. Floyd William Cuoldschmidt Albert W. Crrady 186 Hugo H. Hering David 5. Hanchett Ralph M. Hoyt Benjamin Jelinelc Xlvilliam A. Klinger Hollis B. Lorenz Walter B. Miller Morris B. Mitchell Herbert Newman Roy C. Phipps William D. Richardson Bennett P. Stiles ,lames S. Thompson Dexter H. Witte PHIPPS 1 Ll? i t lllllktllflllllllljj .wir it rr rr Hr rrlwtrq M IH It ,tl tl tk WU r Hx tl gf" f Q L f ,Cf ,to l ii f ll f' ,,V'.f. illl . Hill! lllnifll li iflfflll lllllli l r imfitwhll. OFFICERS Laurence F. Graber ..... ............... .......... P r esident Arthur C. Baer .... Frank B. Morrison . Arthur H. Kuhlmann ........Vice-President ...............Secretary-Treasurer ................................Librarian J. Clyde Marquis, Agricultural Editor, Faculty Member of Executive Committee. ROLL or MEMBERS Arthur C. Baer Thomas L. Harris Robert N. McKirnan Roy P. Bean Edwin H. Hayes Stanley Michelstetter A. Abbot Brown Benjamin Jelinek George C. Morris Arthur O. Collentine james johnson Frank B. Morrisson Joseph C. Curtis Arthur H. Kuhlmann john W. Peters John H. Gordon Carlos A. LeClair Robert L. Post Laurence F. Graber James D. Marshall Emil Rauchenstein Adolph Reineking Morris W. Richards Harvey G. Smith Herman Ulsperger James Weir Hubert White Collentine Rauchenstein Ulsperger Reinelcing Smith Johnson LeClair Kuhlmann Michelstetter Baer V Curtis Brown White Bean Weir Morris Morrison Graber Nlarquis Peters Harris Post Nlarshall McKirn an 187 Am - . s 1 5' 5 .fun in - f , . ' "5 "f ' f V , "HE" 4-11 ' - -nfs.. ' ' '5 . KS Q s ' .q A 1 5 First Row: Nell Russell, Mrs. W. Swenson, julia Johnston, Elsa Bullard Second Row: Olive Tracy, Lyda Gross, Mrs. Belle Fuller,F. Fliegelman, N Dickerson Third Row: Aimee Zillmer, Lola Graves, B. Fliegelman, Miss Ashmun, Nlrs. Roach Helen Connor Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Woman's Press Club ' OFFICERS Margaret Ashmun . . ............. . . L . . . ,. . . Olive Tracy ....... ............ V ice President Jewell Chase ..... ...... S ecretary and Treasurer Helen Connor. . ................ . . Belle C. Fuller. . .... Member of Executive Board MEMBERS Margaret Ashmun Ella Barton Elsie Bullard Nell Bussell Mrs. C. F. Burgess Jewell Chase Helen M. Connor Elizabeth Corbett Frances Ellsworth , Mrs. Belle C. Fuller Lola Graves Lycla Gross Laurie C. Johnson Frieda Fligelman 188 Julia Johnston Ida L. Mclntosh Elfrieda Merz Mrs. Aubertine W. Moore Nlrs. V. Roach lcla M. Street Mrs. Mary Smith Swenson Olive Tracy Phoebe A. Twining Aimee Zillmer Mrs. Deborah Olds Agnes W. Dickerson Belle Fligelman TH LETICS I I ng , R.c.THvPFs ' l. e. l A ,A T. . 1 - af. -t '-.' L , ' , ., . . Lfi f"lJw ' 7 . ac. P. HUTCHINS NON MEN George H. Dacy Carl Jacobsen Shirley l... Emmet Frank D. Mahoney Fred R. Peterson Athletic Association Frank E. Boyle. . . john. W. Wilce .... Oscar P. Osthoft.. MEN Harry Culver Michael F. Timbers Reuben N. Trane Arch E. Richards William H. Witt BOARD OF DIRECTORS ATHU-:Tic COUNCIL J. G. D. Mack E. B. Hart C. E. Allen A. G. Laird E.. H. Ten Eylce President . . . .Vice-President Secretary '5lVlr. Hutchins has resigned Athletic Directorship and E. H. Ten Eyke has been appointed to that position. Bernstein Lathrop 1 Barry Elsom 189 3 '25 WAFER .. 1-'F'!1x. . fe-' - 1 Q , ' .- H ff- - ' if "'i"12w15?1ffi':f"'1 """' ff f ex-urn. if - A -:ga S. tw--""' 511. rf fi L'Ii.' ., , 'V X1-' 44-2fi'2'13-if , -V .-nf' We-Qf2:f'A--'--2 :far Q. FOOTBALL Capt. W. Wilce, 2-3-4 S. R. Anderson, 2 O. P. Osthoff, 2-3-4 Dean, 2-3 P. Murphy, 2 A. Buser, '2 R. A. Fucik, 2-4 W. 1VlacMilIar, 2 H. Culver, 2-3-4 G. Bunker, 3 J. R. Iakisch, 4 F. Peterson., 2 H. A. Arpin, 3 F. Boyle, 2-3-4 J. E. Moll, 2-3 BASEBALL Capt. Knight, 3-4 M. F. Timbers, 2 H. Culver, 2-3-4 R. W. Muckleston, 2-3-4 A. Kleinpell, 2 A. Simpson, 3 A. A. Pergande, 3 A. L. Thompson, 2 C. M. Nash, 3 O. Lupinski, 3 D. Flanagan, 2 . BASKETBALL Capt. Witt, 2-3-4 H. Harper, 2-4 , A. Birch, 2-3 W. Scoville, 2 WI V. Bickelhaupt, 3 CREW I Capt. E. Dinet, 2-3-4 K. Kraatz, 2 R. Trane, 2-3 D. Witte, 2-4 W. Van Loon, 4 S. Kerr, 3: J. W. Wilce, 2-3 H. A. Sumnicht, 2-3 R. Iakisch, 3 K. Hare, 2 CROSS COUNTRY W. T. Hover, 2-3 TRACK Capt. O. Osthoff, 2-3 A. Richards, 2 1 E. Dohmen, 2 . C. Rohn, 2 L. Coorsen, 2-3 GYM ' F. S. Zeidlhack, 2-3 190 Q is T he 19 1 1 1 U B. AQLA . . N . , , .. '-.V - X . , , .1 ibaavfaf .- ' ' 'f - la- . . ' Q .nk . X' W ' k 5 L N .51 fs' 'I dv . A X I ' " ' f2Q4 Mig. " - N', ,, -L3i5w,g.."-,. . ' - V-f z., ' .:A.ffu-13, 9-uid ' Y is 97 , ' -, -62,1 nf-rw r 1 nwr uw fe A 9 1, a. ,, I. ,,,. .,4-1'l.wmf+iw -. .4-fu 4:11 f.: -.13y,f,.g v:of- TI-IE. JAPAN TRIP 191 vm - V. -.31,.' -' 5 ' . .tu 1-. if ' V t Q 1-,.,:.r.:2.-521354-11' I. j, I. .g,.,,y,,.f' ,- g s ,. 4 e fxvvszaf xxvss-as 4' QQ fa. 4 r- ' t r f , V- ,1 Ps" 'j .rg I f '.'s:,-4-'-Q?- rf.-12-11:33-gi' -2i,:2:1:35' ' st z-- 'sesmssftfwt as . ag ,i-:aim ' . -:sues-s.m:'s'-sisa.es'Iif -sf 'N " w ww- . . l1.-rwsi.uwws+wn.s.sr.,IsT iiuaffnrrihiitbitstklwwuafutst fiffiiif fftifffiiiil 5-aoiveisr E mineefcsilgn 1. u ser' xruzisinzt 1:55 353 Egltitgtiii' ..vvvvv E vvvvvlv,vl 4-1H1'f:b- rnaizm-l mrtrzt 5' ssftfzslvei' '1 , -vlsiwiriliiinax maillggrnsf, ' 'S F' fl 3433935551 Siawlifl 2ir1'5"-.-'z 55 gfggn-gl' uamrfiggm :tifggeriml -- . .- 1 yt-3.1211 Y.: mls 1,1117 , kfgggmsv !L5lZ:iIe1lvkml 'U l l-We J-7 ?-ffl! tglssY,rTosr v avggcfvrtit -v'atI'E?5g5TI umfirswql f2'.f:2:fefl2 --- xidlfegtrif l YY Lgf 'T' :J , -, Q J1owoYm:z UEEEWEL I fvgfr El 'L E '-'.'f: l iiiliw . -we , . QM were POSTER ANNOUNCING C-AMES then in progress there. This short Washington having fallen through, The Japanese Trip This trip, the longest ever undertaken by a college athletic organization, and which has undoubtedly brought greater notice to Wisconsin University than has any other athletic team to a similar institution, was arranged for and made certain through the efforts of G. Shibata, '09, who, acting as business manager and official in.terpreter during the entire trip, carried on negotiations with Keio University of Tokio, Japan, for the games. The latter institution in its answer offered four thousand dollars to guarantee expenses. Faculty consent having been given., plans for the long journey were at once devised and the team chosen. The members of the team were selected from those who, bein.g bona fide students during the last semester '09, and having satished scholastic eligibility rules, cared to make a tryout after the University had closed in June. Unfortunately, Bud Culver, '09, could not try out, as he was held for football in the fall. After careful consideration, Dr. C. McCarthy, as coach and official representative of the University, at length chose the thirteen who were to go as players. The team met in St. Paul on the night of August 2lst, and the next moming found us aboard the 'ioriental Limited" bound for the Pacific Coast. This 'journey of three days across the great Northwest was a very pleasant and speedy one, and the evening of August 24th found us at Seattle, Washington. We remained a week in Seattle in order to practice for the coming games in Japan, as well as to take in the UA. Y. P. Exposition" stop proved very useful as well as enjoyable. Our proposed games with the University of we played games at Tacoma and Port Ludlow. Former alumni of Wisconsin were always at hand to give us a time whilst on the coast. - ' Ar length, on the morning of August 3lst, we embarked on the f'Aki Maru" and steamed up Puget Sound, past the City of Victoria, and out through the narrow straits of Juan de Fuega on our long sixteen-day cruise across the Pacific to Japan. This trip was long and rather uneventful, and we encountered no stormsg yet Mac and the bunch made things hum. This being our first voyage on the ocean. we suffered various Mvicissitudes of fortune" that were indeed laughable-afterwards! But land was again seen on September l6th, and ere long we arrived at the great Yokohoma pier where we received a tumultuous greeting from the great crowd of Keio students assembled. Taking the train, we arrived in Tokio the same day, and here was our permanent residence during our stay in Japan. Our month's visit in the "Flowery Kingdom" will remain one of the great events of our lives, and we cannot praise too highly the splendid treatment accorded us on every hand. When we were not on the ball field, we were being given numerous receptions and banquets at various homes and clubs, or were taken on excursions to such famous places as Nikko, Kamakura or Enoshima. Royalty even vied in entertaining us. The time passed like a dream, and the only drawback was the fact that it rained, more or less, during our visit. But this did not tend to spoil the fun. Enthusiasm ran high at every game and the great crowds, which averaged 20,000, were very appreciative. Playing much better ball than any Conference team, Wisconsin won five out of the nine games played. However, it should have read eight out of nine, since it was due to the unfairness of the native umpire that we lost the three games against Keio University-this fact even being admitted by the native papers. But with Mac cheering on the team, the fellows fought with all the old and true Wisconsin spirit, so that all the papers, as well as the people, were loud in their praise of both the athletic ability as well as the gentleman.ly conduct of our team throughout' their seventy-two days. Baseball has become does not exist as yet, but sities being known as the and are remarkable fieldersg their weak point is their batting, but this will improve in time. The trip was in many ways unique an.d offered many advantages. The great distance of l3,500 miles traveled to play nine games, and the seventy-two days' time spent on the trip, and this without an accident, was in itself remarkable. Then entire stay. The fellows were in ca ital condition des ite the lon tri , and remained so durin the P P g P g the national game of Japan and the coming generation will be true ball players. The professional he will come. The best players of the game are the university teams: Keio and Waseda Univer- best teams in Japan. The Japanese. though really novices at the game, are quick, active and heady, again, in its international aspect it helped a as it did after the visit of our fleet or political lines. and we did not neglect these However, the month at length passed by, the dock of Yokohoma harbor on October great deal to further friendly relations between the two countries, coming so close Great were the opportunities offered to the scholar, whether along social, economic advantages either. an.d with a last "banzai" ringing in our ears the good ship "Tango Maru" left l3th. Encountering no storms nor accidents. we at last put into port at Seattle to Japan. on October 29th. and were glad to see the good old U. S. A. again. From there we took the Great Northern. for St. Paul and November 3rd found the team back at the University with the exception of "Biddy," "Mess," "Muck," "Spike" and "Dug," who had graduated in June and were now to commence their life labors. ln conclusion, our warmest and deep felt thanks go out to Mr. Shibata, who made this triri probable and certain, as also to Mac, who proved so valuable a leader and social mentor. Au revoirf 192 '- '11 Badger Correspondent. . LL NI HEHBERS OF THE WISCONSIN Z? UNIVERSITY TEAME. , ' ' - . . Y . I I - '7 gs '.N , ,f"'v Y I X., N X -' 2 X 2' I' . ? fd! . A52 Q J 9 ml if ' '- E ' I NI I ig -is ff.. X t-SI IQKD II? -I Q X B 41316 , X - ' I I Z' Q by er . 'Q- fa V ' - J 'N CS 255 " x. lf" pf' '?'45 f y I 5' a. I 1 I J' 'Tx b If ,Qi ae H ' . 4 ' V X Z A X' 60'-'S V f 4. A- :a x - I ai- Af ' W7 ' Z - 7 my ., t pf 4 YS , ft? I 2+ I Z Q - wr ? X X X , fs att ,li J Q-S I- Lv Y . I S, Ig - a -- - fa I 41, I ai +- A ci 5 x 1- ' 'J 3 J ' I, t ssu I i! ' ' gi. '5 2 7 5 1 W1-U1 in 1- tag-rr ,ay-ein gg-+2951 Zim 4 S IH I-F Fklwugan. lSI 1 B Tfmbefs' CGD SS xwinski. Courtesy "Tokio Puck" GAMES PLAYED BY TI-IE WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY BASEBALL TEAIVI ON ITS JAPAN TRIP, AUGUST 21-NOVEMBER 3, I909 In U. S. A.-- Oct . of Wis. vs. Waseda Univ., 7-4 Aug. 28-U. of Wis vs. Tacoma, 2-5 Oct. 4-U. of Wis. vs. Keio Univ, 4-5 Aug.29--U. of Wis. vs. Port Ludlow, 0-2 Oct. 7-U. of Ivis. vs. Waseda Univ., 5-0 Oct. .fW".v.Wsd,0-3 In Japan- ' Oct. .. . if NViZ. vi. Ke'ioeI.Tniv., 8-0 Sept. 22-U. of Wis. vs. Keio Univ., 2-3 CII innings, Total games played II, won 5, lost 6, per cent. .456 Sept. 26-U. of Wis. vs. Keio Univ., I-2 C19 inningsj Cnames played in Japan 9, won 5, lost 4, per cent. .556 Sept. 28-U. of Wis. vs. Tokyo American Club, I0-0 Total distance traveled by team, I3,50O miles Sept. 29-U. of Wis. vs. Tokyo City Team, 8-7 Time of trip. 74 days Cin Japan, Sept. I6-Oct. 131 PERSONNEL or WISCONSIN SQUAD E? fY:qg3 Pitcher Capt Douglas Knight O9 Du Charles IVI Nash I0 Peck Ist Base Micque Timbers Il Mic 2nd Base, John Messmer, '09 flVIessJg Kenneth F. Fellows, 'It fBuck 3rd Base, Arthur Pergandc, '10 fBIoncIy Shortstop, Allen Simpson, 'I0 fSammyJg Oswald Lupinslci, 'I0 Lu I Left Field, David Flanagan, 'II Maru Center Field, I-Iarlan B. Rogers, '09 fBicldy Right Field, R. Waldo Mucklestone, '09 flVIuclc Coach and U. W. Representative, Dr. Charles lVIcCarthy Business Manager, Cienkwan Shibata, '09. Press Correspondent, Ned ones, '07 . Na- 05' Catcher, Elmer Barlow, '09 fSpikejg Arthur Kleinpell, 'II fMooseJ ' ' 7 .- . ', " ,I 25: . .' C I X 1" X . . C I J -li 1.x 1 ' c J W C J J ,Z ? .,,I'a, if I U :MC -J 'vi' I yx I xl 193 f -N, It Y 17 sa l Z' KQPWIPPS ' ' - ' ' W ' Q .-we me , v ,A . - ,f.'g1.-2'1.'.- H ' 1 . - 1 I . , CAPT. WILCE t Wisconsin Holding Minnesota on the One Yard Line Review of the Football Season of 1909 Cn September 20th, l909, the prospects for the l909 football team were uncertain on account of the ever present scholastic difliculties of some of the old men. The season of l908 saw the passing of Five veterans of the highest caliber, Messmer, Rogers, Stiehm, Cunningham and Druetzer, but as the I909 cons began to disappear, prospects for a good team grew bright with seven old varsity men and a large squad of new material on the field. Our Hrst scrimmage was held on Saturday. October 2nd, the day on which Chicago. Minnesota and lndiana were playing practice games with Purdue, Iowa and De Pauw respectively. Cn October 4th, the first of the series of misfortunes which seemed to follow us throughout the season occurred, when Coach Barry, in showing his ends how to block, fell and dislocated his elbow. The coach, however, was grit clear to the core, and with the help of Arne Lerum. continued to coach every night with his arm' tightly bound to his chest. These two men had their hands more than full with the squad numbering at times over 65 men.. When Doc Mc- Carthy came back from Japan he helped o u t th e situation greatly. THE FIRST PRACTICE 194 Q i A i L , .. .L. :.. A i i i " ' I Y K 'Y L : ' . 1. .fz Our first game came with Lawrence on October 9th, and proved a valuable experience. The score, 22 to 0. did not show, in any degree, the relative strength of the team. If the Wisconsin team which played in this game, could have been kept together in fair shape during the season, everybody seems to feel that the final result could and would have been far different, but this was not to be the case. During the next week the hazing episode occurred, and on top of this came the news that Ostoff was ill and would be out of action until the Minnesota game. On October. 23rd. with Moll THE SQUAD out of shape and Ostoff on the side lines, the first crisis of the season was met when we defeated lndiana, 6 to 3. Poor puntingutook the spirit out of the team, and under adverse conditions we were glad to pull through this crisis as well as we did. The annual slump. which never fails to come, was upon the team in the Northwestern game on October 30th. This game. which was played on a very hot day, was won by a score of 21 to ll, and about all we got out of it was several troublesome injuries. With the return of Doctor McCarthy and the appearance of several graduate coaches, things started buzzing at Camp Randall in a two weelc's preparation - V- for the Minnesota game. No sooner had the real work started than Butch Boyle went to the hospital squad with a sprained elbow. Hard scrimmage was indulged in nearly every night and the team learned a good deal with eight coaches behind it most of the time. The Minnesota game on Novem- ber l3th needs little mention. Min- nesota overpowered us with a team stronger physically ' and in better physical shape than we were. The score, 34 to 6, only served to make Chicago overconfident. The team, undiscouraged by overwhelming defeat, showed fine spirit the next week, and worked hard every night under the most THE cALloPE AT THE MINNESOTA GAME adverse weather Conditions. Two days before the Chicago game, Bud Culver twisted his knee and was compelled to finish his gridiron career on the side lines. The team went into the Chicago game on November 20th, resolved to "come back" after the Minnesota experience. While the score .was only a tie, to Wisconsin men' it was just as good as a victory. Neither team played the passing game to any great extent, both sides relying mainly on old-fashioned end . runs and line bucks. ' - The season of l909 saw -developed a wonderful spirit of support in the student body. due in part, perhaps, to the introduc- tion of two new football songs, "On Wisconsin" and the 'iCardinal , , W, I lVla5ch," together with the acquirement of an especially live cheer Captain, 1909 ea er. The students stood by the team well in defeat, and the feeling of the season seems to be well voiced in the words. "Minnesota V, beat us bad, but we came back and tied Chicago." "Wow ' 195 I Q 1 , A if ,c ,Q - g ., ., . ,Q 7, 1, ., , 1-- ' 'I fl "1,1'Jg111Y:,-1 V. X , , ' 5.-2,:'f'2--r'- .Q Sf ' 9.11 's' W '7' ---::st27-'xr 'A -'H 'ef -Q-aw w ' afar' ' I 3- o r ' ' 1 :.11c'5.-.:gf!.:-'11-L,-1-fnrwazf.J,,vg.51vQSc:-Q:.m::wrbsi:ma1.1'4icizszs.... maart: , mss , ::.svw:.c::s- ,-.-1:-szssssis. ..eo. .:. ..':4:Q.c.. .mr,m.,. ." - 't u.nw..r 3' - A bz suaxm.-s-,Q .essex 41.1-:.x:,,.gs14.:gg,:g4h.mss:y Captain ..........., ..... J ohn Wiice , Coach .......... ......... T homas Barry Manager ........... ...... C . F. Puls V Assistant Coach. ,. . .Di-. Chas. McCarthy ' Assistant Manager. . .. . .Leroy Johnson Assistant Coach ...... ..... , Arne Lerum ' PERSONNEL OF TEAM Wilce fCapt.j ........ Fullback Dean ........ I .,.... Right End Burch ..... ..... R ight Half Culver.. . Left I-Ialf Back Arpin ................. Center Zanders. . . ....... Left Tackle Boyle. ............ I..eft'TackIei MacMiller ......... Left Guard Rau .... ...... R ight End Osthoff.. . .Right Tackle Buser ...., ..... R ight Guard Hayes .... ..... F ull Back Fucik. . . ...... Left End Bunker .... ........ L eftl End Jacobson... ..... Full Back Anderson.. ....... Right Half Iachish ........... Right Guard Carter. .. ..... Left End IVIOII .... . .Quarterl Back Peterson ........ I . . .Left I-Ialf I . THE 'SEASON Wisconsin, 22 Lawrence, 0, at Madison Wisconsin, 6 Indiana, 3, at Madison Wisconsin, 21 Northwestern, II, at Evanston Wisconsin, 6 Minnesota, 34, at Madison Wisconsin, 6 Chicago, 6, at Chicago WISCONSIN ON MINNESOTA'S YARD LINE D 196 mb ' J A!-'iv , L 4-'.. 1 The Foot Ball Team Iakish Carter Jacobson , Puls fMgr.I Zanders Hays Arpin Rau Bunker johnson fAsst. Mgr., Dean xosthoff Buser Wilce Macmillar Boyle I Fucik Moll Culver Peterson Birch 197 "" 'Q 1 ,Q X N " ' ' 'M' 'W' ..ff.,w w wiv fwdwim 4. ' H1 63 X A X x X, "x 'N' MN-W W ,., 5 H 27" ' ' 1, ' , .' 4X..q:,z,, '.41.L'1xl r':'Qf' 2 26251 121251: '," '1:1.1.Y.1r":"'L1211f"l.1Q.'-" 'Z 0 i r,v.f754,1 . .. ,g,..4,5.1 N.5p,:.,:Q sQ5i.2. +5Q1: 1fL --.mi 5 i,,, M M , ,,, M . ,L ,m i ,. GX .,. g . W., .,.,. .,.,, . . - . .. N, ,, . , . ,. .N . g. . , 198 - ff " . xl Af.1 , .L. H1 A- . Y . ,Q , M:-C' I Y - - .I .-,'-,- " - SEEING THE TEAM OFF I CHICAGO HOLDS WISCONSIN ON ONE YARD LINE. THREE CLUB INITIATION ,ARPIN MAKES TOUCHDOWN rf " fs.. Q . - , . , . ' 'crxz X , . , , - . , . A .' V L' e U TK' '- gsas s. : ' 4 - . t - The 1909 Foot Ball Team WILCE. Captain "jack" Wilce, in addition to inspiring his team mates with confidence, played a most brilliant game all through last season and at the critical moments of most of the games, his work was of a stellar order. With the possible exception of Pickering of Minnesota, Wilce far outclassed any fullback in the west and his long plunges through the line were the terror of the opposing linemen. One of the big problems which will face next year's football coach will be to tion. OSTI-IOFF. In spite of the fact that the little Goddess of lll-luck seemed to have chosen 'iOstie" as her special victim during his last season of 'varsity football, it may truly be said that in spite of this Cstie finished up his career in a blaze of glory. During the lirst part of the season, his right leg gave him a great deal of trouble and a little later he was taken ill with ptomaine poisoning and confined to his room for several weelcs. ln the Chicago and Minnesota games, however, his worlc was of the highest character and received favorable comment from all football critics. find a man to fill the big gap in the baclcfield, left vacant by Jack Wilce's gradua- ' CULVER. When a man foregoes a trip to Japan and all the pleasures connected therewith because he knows that his presence is needed on the Wisconsin football team, he certainly has his full quota of Wisconsin spirit and some to spare. This is just exactly what our "Bud" Culver did and if football glory can be given a tangible value, "Bud" was certainly repaid for staying at home. Chosen for several all- western teams and feared by all hostile coaches, he may well be proud of his last year of 'varsity football. The fellow who takes Culver's place at half next'year will have to hustle to fill the vacancy. BOYLE. Some teams found holes in "NVisconsin's line last season, but, these same teams also found out that the Badgers carried a few stone walls onto the field with-them. "Butch" Boyle was one of these stone walls and he did not mind in the least the onslaught of a human battering ram. "Butch" did no stellar playing. He did not believe in that kind of football. I-le realized that what won games was team work and he acted accordingly. He could always be relied on to do his part towards winning the game and his graduation this spring will leave a big vacancy in the line as well as in the hearts of many Wisconsin supporters. i 200 'X i i ' - f ' o l W i f '-A-. 'ming-' Z1 E 2: E ,Lai sul DEAN. If "Jimmie" Dean, as captain of next year's 'varsity football team, takes care of his executive position as well as he has the position of end during the past season, the Wisconsin eleven should be world beaters. "Jimmie" was picked for nearly every all-western this year and his playing throughout the season was all that could be desired. He is a sure tackler, fast on his feet, heady, and in every Way fitted for the end position. I-le is very popular among his team mates and this will be a big asset to him next year in turning out a winning team. 7-.. , ANDERSON. . The only Wisconsin man, and one of the few western players, to secure a place on Walter Camps roll of honor for 1909 was "Sid" Anderson. And none of those who saw him play in the last three games of the season will doubt his right to such a position. Starting the season as quarterback, "Sid" did not prove much of a success, but when switched to halfback, he proved the find of the season. It was he who made the long runs in the Chicago and lndiana game and he was practically the only Xvisconsin man who could make any headway against the Minnesota aggregation. His dodging ability is nothing short of phenomenal and he should prove one of the best men on next year's eleven. incidentally, "Sid'f was picked for all-American prep-school quarterback when playing in the Merceisburg Academy team. MOLL. Probably "Keckie" Moll received more press notices during the past season than any one player in western football. His suspension and final reinstatement by the faculty as a result of a hazing scrap, and the consequent sacrifice that the student body underwent in the abolishment of hazing, shows how much "Keckie's" generalship on the team is valued. I-le was truly the "Bleachers Pride", and, although weighing only 160 pounds, could make his way through a whole team of heavyweights. Contrary to expectations, "Keckie" will probably be in. school next year. FUCIK. The hardest battle that "Bob" Fucik fought during the football season was the one in which he wrote off his con and became eligible for 'varsity football, a feat ' . UB bn u for which he had not been able to accomplish for two years past o ma e p lost time when. he finally did render himself eligible, however, and made. some wonderful runs in the games in which he played. His playing at quarter in the Chicago game was one of the chief factors in holding Chicago to a tie and his headwork was also of the highest order. 201 ""'S. 1 , , t .,,. S L I xl it .- ' f b i 1 - v Although handicapped by ...J a ARPIN. lack of sufficient weight for playing the keystone I , BUNKER. Carrying an injured leg around with him most of the football season, "Gene" Bunker still managed to cover the ground when making a tackle so as to make the man tackled wonder what "Bunk" could do when his leg was not bothering him. I-le is an adept at handling the front end of a forward pass and, although not especially fast on end runs, is a sure tackler and his interference work is perfect. "Bunk" should be a strong member of the nucleus around which the l9l0 team will be built. position., "Mary" Arpin covered his ground so well during the last season that this lack of weight was unnoticed. Time and again the bleachers would see some Wis- consin player plunge through the opposing line and spill the man with the ball and when the referee had pulled twenty-one men off the playerls head, the tackling man would be seen to be Arpin. "Mary" played consistent football throughout the season and, although his work was not of a spectacular nature, 'he could always be counted on to do his share of the work. ' BUSER. ..J V McMILLAR. The heaviest man on the l909 team was Bill lVlelVlillar, and he proved a stone wall when called upon to hold the heartbreaking plunges of the Minnesota backs. His playing in the Chicago game was 'of the same steady,4consistent, plugging type. Although the report is current that Mac is planning on going into business in the fall, we feel sure that when the call for men is issued next September he will be on the field and playing his own position on the 'Varsity. It was no surprise to, followers of Wisconsin football when "Al" Buser, star of the l9l2 freshman team, came out for the 'varsity and fitted very nicely into one of the vacant guard positions. Buser didn't play any brilliant football during the past season, but he Worked hard and very few gains were made through his side of the line. His training during the past season should stand him in good stead for next year and he will probably be one of the mainstays of the l9l0 line. ,IQ ' - " ff- Y' . " ' ', , l i l ' . ' A f . . L. .:., .'1: l i lfzyif. '-4' half il: ll ' .. '-A ' ,' .- JLL., QSM- 13" PETERSON. "Pat" Peterson was probably about the mosl compact bunch of football ability ever turned loose on a Chicago team. When the lVlaroons first saw him on Novem- ber 20, they noticed his abbreviated size and immediately began to direct all their plays at him. They .tried this twice before they realized that the size of a man doesn't show how much football he can play. ln addition to his tackling ability, the way "Pat" would go when carrying the ball was a sight to make the bleachers stand up and U-rah. l-le seems pretty sure of a good berth on next year-'s eleven. IAKISCI-I. One of the hardest workers on the l909 eleven was "Bob" lakischf lalcisch has had three years experience on the 'varsity squad and knows all the points of the game. He is strong as an ox and was much feared by the opposing linemen. His last year's playing was a fitting climax to his three year's efforts. BIRCH. . "Al" Birch played a brilliant and consistent game whenever placed in the line- up and could always be counted on for consistent gains. His playing in the .Indiana game last year contributed largely to W'isconsin's victory. He seems certain of a bacltfield position on next year's eleven. ' ox ?'5 Q3 cr pf - ' Y 117- -. ' ' X I VK ' 'I I 'ltr-shes? . lfduiiyl pl ly -.37 ' lrp- .n ' I l,, V ,. Jr e 5, I7 film ' Q ig : CLJJ RQ. 203 cc.: "'- Q .aaa.Aa...fw.:aL.fL Y-P Watching the Minnesota Game Were You There? 204 , e e e e ' A Foot Ball Massmeeting ' Were You There? 205 Y- ' , - . 1 -. 1 ' 1, L- 5261 .,, 4. , M., k,.,, , .V .- ,- ,, 1 A- ngwfrf f--.:.'f: i f . ff 'f?ff 3?:, :rs-' .s :. s a ss i:-' as-. f " 3 1:41 '13 ,au i " tJ' , s:ss A. ts 1 . Review of Season 1909 On the whole, the conditions during the rowing season of i909 were favorable to Wisconsin, or at least as favorable as any previous season. At the start of the year we knew the Eight would be light, but this fact did not bother us much for the general spirit, which was one of force and ambition, bid fair to make up for the lack of beef. There were four men who had rowed in a Varsity Eight before, while the other four places were filled with good material warranted lo last a fast four miles. Besides, a lot of interest in the training season was effected by the new shell, constructed by Ward of New York, along lines suggested by Coach Ten Eyck, and, secondly, by the f-ight for the coxswain's seat. The man who won had to be a good on.e, and he was. The ice had no more than broken in the lake before we were four-milers as the time permitted before the Eastern trip. These getting an idea of our strength compared to the crews we were to this comparison was weak, for crew time is dependent, in a great and water conditions. However, in figuring with the records of showed up well, and we firmly believed our chances of placing in out ready to go as many were our only means of meet in the East. Even measure, on the weather years before, our trials the Poughkeepsie regatta were good. Even Coach Ned Ten Eyck was optimistic, and shared the belief with a few of the stop-watch holders, that the Eight could do a better four miles than the i908 Varsity. On July the second our high-class dope was destroyed, and it Varsity holds the record. still stands that the i908 The Red Barn lo the Boat House, no wind-heavy swellg time, Zl :45, May l9, l9C8. ,The Eastern regatta has been a great question for us the last few years, some becoming so discouraged that they wish to give up the trip, while others remain ardent supporters cherishing the hope of making a big showing some time in the near future. One great trouble, recognized as a distinct drawback by all the eastern critics and many of our alumni, is the lack of a few races before the final trial on the Hudson. All the Eights Wisconsin has to line up with have had good races earlier in the season, and to them it is not, as it is to us, the sole judgment on all the year's work, but rather a 'chance to bring their racing knowledge into play, against the other big Eights of the country, and to lower or raise their seasons average. Wisconsin had no racing knowledge on July Zndg four of the Eight had been in Varsity races before, but it takes more experience to make a Varsity crew. If it could be so arranged that a few preliminary races could be held in Madison, or on the water of our Western Clubs, it would not only give the crews a good advantage, but also offer a few chances to the loyal advocates of the greatest of acquatic sports to see their Wisconsin Eight in. action. 1 s I 206 :Vt . 1 i ,Ag R .fi if 1 kgs l v , ,RE-:I .'g.h, L. I 7 Q., Us X 5. ' x RS X ' t 2: t, . : -we s s -f-. - A -- X tg X ' s.. 1' 'ii x . -' vi- 'f 15 f- --xv ti A. .g - ,. isa?" 5 .g"':1sQu 1 tr. - 38 gs. it LN i :S - ' fig. . if is iv "iii , ., .4 ' 'X 51:1-,. - -s ii 1.2 N., - CAPT. DINET YA ' :, : ,:' 5 x " .1.:' , -- " -I., , E .'4. , ,4.N.1 f X TP IE CREW 207 -f-,- --,. .,...1--Tv-v-V-,V,..,.----v..,.,.N-... 1 .--..fe dz ,, - 4 rrz. .,,. 3 f-.v 1... 11 :.-az: V .:,:. 1-Q 1'--:f.:.4, .z.j-1,33 'f..,..:.1:- -1 .:"f : .-..- .. ,: A" at ,A,, Y , 0 Q-A " - ii- -w "'U ' ?1'1f ! A f 1!?!1!1!1!1!Lll. The Varsity Crew OFFICERS - Arthur T. Holmes. . . .............. ......... C ommodore W. D. Richardson ..... .......... ..... V i ce-Commodore E. A. Dinet. ......,..... ........... C aptain Edward H. Ten Eyck .......,........,....... ..... Coach VARSITY CREW, 1909 Position Name Class Age Height Weight Bow H. A. Sumnicht 1910 23 5 ft. 11 in. 160 2 S.'Kerr, Jr. 1910 21 6 ft. 163 3 R. N. Trane 1910 22 5 ft. 11 in. 160 4 K. R. Hare 1911 21 6 ft.1 1-2 in. 165 5 W. Van Loom 1910 24 5 ft. 11 1-2 in. 176 6 W. Wilce 1910 21 6 ft.1 1-2 in. 171 7 K. S. Kraatz 1911 . 21 6 ft. 170 Stroke Capt. E.. A. Diner 1909 21 6 ft. 1 in. 163 Averages 21 3-4 6 ft. 1 1-4 in. 1661-4 W. D. Richardson Coxswain 1910 24 5 ft.3 in. 108 E. Steinberg Substitute 1909 28 5 ft.9 1-2 in. 167 S. E. Voyer Substitute 1911 21 5 ft. 11 1-2 in. 162 f:M: 5 " 5"' ""i 7' 7 L ui. fam: .-,- '.'- :a -"- -' . 7 1 M if . , M. -,M ,,,,, Q .,., ., 1 - ff" W.-- - ...-- . ' ' '--' ---4 1 i'3.EfzfFQ '?:" l 208 M.M , - k,Q,, , ' " - f ,. . The Varsity Crew Sumnichl Kerr Trane Hare Van Loom - Wilce Kraatz Dinet Richardson . ,. Q. X? r K t ' K f ' - Q If n 4 f 1 ' ' A A' , if L 1' w if 1 I 1: ' A . v ' ,, ' .1 A 4 ., 3 f22r:3'wi" K ,... K Qi-1 ref -ff X f 5 4 I. qli ,,:yZU ,v,L,,J, N' " o . If ff' CAPT.-ELECT TRAN1-1 coAcH TEN EYCK CAPTAIN DINET 209 ' D 'KX Y V H ' 1 I 1 . ,,., , . ,, , ., .1 -1- - -' -',- 2.5 ff . ffl?-11' ' ' QW fe,-V--" :fa -51 542:-'-.gfklii - ,f ..,. ,. '- s"' .W '- f..9-..'f'.-W W1 Q7 , 10- 24 H -v-w s-ff+lw: -f 2-. - is ,i is L, sf it M N s MA 1900 1901 1902i 1904 1905 The Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie, New' York, July Regatta 2, 1909 First Cornell Time 19 min., 2 sec. Second Columbia 'H 19 min., 4 2-5 sec. Third Syracuse 1' 19 min., 15 1-5 sec Fourth Wisconsin ' 19 min., 24 1-5 sec. Fifth' Pennsylvania U 19 min, 32 sec. Course, 4 miles. Record, 18 min., 53 sec.,iby Cornell in 1901. Wind and t PREVIOUS HISTORY OF POUGI-IKEEPSIE RACES ide favorable. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Cornell, Columbia, Georgetown. Time, 19:44 3-5. Cornell, Columbia, Wisconsin, Georgetown, Syracuse, Pennsylvania. Time, 18:53 1-5. Clqecordj Cornell, Wisconsin, Columbia, Pennsylvania, Syracuse, Georgetown. Time, 19:05 3-5. 1903-Cornell, Georgetown, Wisconsiii, Pennsylvania, Columbia. Time, 18:57. Syracuse, Cornell, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Georgetown, Wisconsin. Time, 20:22 3-5. Cornell, Syracuse, Georgetown, Columbia, Pennsylvania, Vvisconsin. Time, 20:29 2-5. 1906-Cornell, Pennsylvania, Syracuse, Wisconsin, Columbia, Georgetown. Time, 19:36 4-5. 1907-Cornell, Columbia, Annapolis, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgetown, Syracuse. Time, 20:02 3-5. 1908-Syracuse, Columbia, Cornell, Pennsylvania, Wiscomin. Time, 19:34 1-5. ' 210 ,gp- t""'N . , . , . . ..A".L . 1 1 . 'Q I 1 f 4-" .- ' ' ' 1 . ' 1-' ' ra M ,, " - ' . Qty " .r - - - --J: .... .. ,.,.. .-......w...1--.i-.,,.,....t,5,. . .. . rr Jw, . .,,,,1. wmvs-:v.:.t-4-xf1'.r,- H - .. M- A-. us .wwf-.s-f 1 1 4- W9 'H - Freshman Crew 2.1 . . Mu,,M,-.k.4 1 ,, ,, "if: 3' "1 In ""iW'5' "" ' Gfiiffff?-T ' - Y - ix J. ,' X' Fenn Rogers Cressey Carr Mackmiller Buser Sunde Bowen Bigford Position Name Age Height Weight Bow C. C. Fenn' I9 6 ft. 1 in. 165 2 I-1. H, Rogers I9 5 ft. I0 1-2 in. I64 3 1-1. Cressey I8 6 ft. 1-2 in. 166 4 G. Carr 20 6 ft. 172 5 W. F. Mackmiller 21 5 ft. Il in. I78 6 A. S. Buser V 20 5 ft, II in. 180 7 P. E. Sunde 20 6 ft. 1 in. 178 Stroke R. S. Bowen 20 5 ft. Il in. 145 1 Averages A I9 3-4 5 ft. Il 3-4 in 168 1-2 Coxswain R. S. Bigforcl 21 5 ft.4 113 Substitute W. 1-I. Steinberg 21 6 ft. 1 in. 151 Substitute F. C. Haeger I9 6 ft.1 3-4 in. 156 POUGHKEEPSIE REGATTA V Poughkeepsie, New York, july 2, i909 'Q .,, FRESHMAN EIGHT OAR 'i i ' . - 44' N1 First Cornell 9 min., Il 3-5 'see ' , j ' k ' Second Syracuse 9 min., I4 3-5 sec. ' L '1 '-E' if - f Third Pennsylvania 9 min., 21 sec. I -'- 'gil Fourth Wisconsin 9 min., 22 1-5 sec. - 9-'ss 'N' Fifth Columbia 9 min., 26 sec. 'Kc' " 4 ' 'L Course, 2 miles. Breaks Cornel1's record of 1903 by 6 2-5 SGC. Q is Wind and tide in favor of the crews. " 211 Review of the Season of 1909 Prospects for a championship team looked bright for the season of 1909, with six "W" men of the previous year's team in school and promising candidates for the other three positions. When the playing season opened, however, this number, due to injuries and mishaps, had dwindled to three as a nucleus for Coach Barry to work on. This fact and the lack of practice occasioned by the continued cold weather, placed the team in poor condition when Northwestern was met in the lirst game on April 17. The score, 7 to 4, does not show the 'strength of the team, however, as Wisconsin led up to the last inning, when she was nosed out in most discouraging fashion. Although there were but two practices in the following three weeks, nevertheless the team played good ball as a look at the scores will show. The same old story of beaten out in the linal session continued, the only explanation being that the team was not in condition for a pinch, when a little more experience and practice would have turned the score., Owing to the loss of Barlow, the veteran catcher, the team was further handicapped, as ff this position remained unsettled until the very last part of the season. Four men were tried here, '7 with Kleinpell the final choice. His playing improved with coaching and by hard conscientious In , work on his part. In the twelve-inning game with Illinois at Champaign, Nash pitched excellent ," 'i '4--. ball and was backed up with errorless support in the field. The game was played in a gale .552iQ?f.-'15, 9' X of wind and a snow storm, which swept the Field. Culver starred, accepting six hard chances .," VV., X in the field and also bringing in the only Wisconsin score. Throughout the season Timbers ,:,,,-.. . . - played the game on first that was expected of him, and his hits were timely. Pergande was ,Q A, it X the find of the year on third, and his stops and catches of thrown balls were often spectacular. I ,Wisconsin wort her first game against Minnesota at Madison by the score of 5'to 4. ln JA ' 5511- this game Mucklestlone maintained his record as premier hitter driving in the winning run in fi the ninth inning with a two-bagger into the stands. .The individual playing of the team'was A ,X -Q ..Ql,,, good in the held: Flannig-an ending up the season with a clean record of 1,000 and Lupmski ""' having a I,0OO score until the last game on water-soaked grounds at Minnesota. . Simpson 44,1 played the second sack in John Messmer style and had his best clay at La Fayette, bringing the Purdue fans to their feet several times in respect for his play. , Although the season resulted disastrously in the percentage column, Wisconsin's strength A was greatly respected by her opponents. The season brought forth the oldjtime Wisconsin "VA tighting spirit, encouraged by the largest crowd of boosters that have turned out in years. After losing the first six games straight by the most discouraging kind of baseball hard luck, not one lost spirit, but fought with greater determination, enabling Wisconsin to win four of the last six games played and lose the other two by three to two scores, one of them being a thirteen qrnu f inning game with the championship Purdue team. The season demonstrated that more veteran players are needed for a championship team,- as Q i? Mucklestone, Culver an.cl Knight led the rest of the team by a wide margin in the batting w e averages. With Nash as the main stay in the box and eight of the 1909 team eligible, 1 Wisconsin will more than be in the race for the Conference Championship in 1910. X The team, with the assistance of Coach Barry and the rooters, will do the rest towards overcoming the great handicap occasioned by the abolition of baseball in the season of 1906, and further 1 demonstrate that college baseball is a rising form of sport at Wisconsin. Q 7 5-1 1 ,W , 1 - captain 1909. 212 r , t , . , i i. gms, x fx '- Y x fr t , Q I M . . . . . - 1 L i i W r -.1 Q .Br C1 .3 i ,I J Q.:-. X A M , ."- ffm' ti Q -' u f V i " " lF' 'Lb 1' V' t k-ilk' Varsity Baseball Team SHT Ln fha- "'.-'5?'Ef3'iS--We.T'w5'E7' "'fLf.1'.' fl,E3?2?-?.I-- -vm" '-:2 fffj ' if 4-Til li- f . .. f- 1 .. . if 'ft' , lijt"'mm'l""rfi'L-"U"-fsr ....1:'+191:',.' 4: 'S-fxyi.. ,- .'1': 1 '1- 1 . 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V, ,,.g'- , ' " . it 'su gg , "H-3 ' A arf.: "'-:fl JA., -N ' "'f ' - f' Q- ' :. "f nf: ff. . . To -5.25 . '11 A - A 5 l rf: ' 37" ' . g '- ' f "' fIkfJ':f'- ifilfl-' -2f. ' ' ' ' - i " ' f 'L , - ' A ' ' ' 7 aff- ,fflggf f "T "ff"-r5"If'13ff'L v9f -1 .-'agar-e. 1: Ura" 22711131 VI -ygiti ff-rx., 43'-2, '--, I 1'.',i-r ' - j, ' x ,QL i vjjq,.- , 2.1,-'fg, ' 'lfajf Q f-1' -2.fxqfg'3-'jigai,f5.1f,i'?iff-fpr.:,,fz1jsfiqhgf-1.-1 ' Paulus Fess ,Thompson Horniffer Dacy Weidenfelder Bunker Knight Pergunde Kleinpel Fellows Firth Mucklestone Nash Wilmans Timbers Culver Simpson Lupinski Fretz Douglas S. Knight .... ............Captain Jacob W. Sproesser. . . ............. Manager Harlan Whisman .... ..... A ssistant Manager Thomas Barry ................ ........... I ...... C oach Kleinpell . . .... Catcher Knight ..... .... P itcher Nash ...... Timbers . . . Simpson . . . Lange ,........... Pergande .... Lupinslci . . Fellows. ....... . Flannagan Culver ,...., Muckleston . . . . . .Pitcher . . . .First Base . . . .Second Base . . . .Second Base . . .Third Base . . . .Short Stop . . . .Short Stop . . . .Left Field . . . .Center Field . . . . .Right Field ZI3 fs 1 .45 -- .. vw-1. 1 9 1 -N :fa B ., , s ,e - 1 -, ft ,-gf, ,f fl i U, QV l i k Q - . aw wWS5?,,s- N , msf,,N....,,55,,1, 1, , : . -fgcqsmvszxr,-::-.-.1fysxqf,-141-2'.ywws'vs we .xwzswzv--s"' --Q-rep -,ss .lu-mia, gi-0.1 I , 'fr V 4. , 2331 . 1 ' 3, , 11 we 5 K A , x, ' . ...si . U V Y it gd -Um.. CAPTPELECT CULVER. vs' X , . , Q, s- s -- .i..,. N. N. ni ,i .. . ,. ,, , ,..,. T.. shi.. ia. .-3.-Agfa-.2i'L""'8'5' 7 6 7 2 5 ..4 3 6 3 1 ..1 2 Pct. 380 319 298 204 200 195 188 134 125 109 072 067 Pct. 1 000 986 The Baseball Season Wisconsin .,.. 4 Northwestern . Wisconsin .... 4 Illinois .... Wisconsin .... 6 Purdue .. Wisconsin .... 1 Illinois .. Wisconsin .... 1 . Chicago . . . Wisconsin .... 5 Minnesota . . . Wisconsin .... 2 Purdue .. . . Wisconsin .... 7 Northwestern . Wisconsin .... 2 Chicago . . . Wisconsin .... 7 Beloit .. . Wisconsin . , 0 Luther . . . . . . Wisconsin ..,........ 5 Minnesota ......... BATTING AND FIELDING AVERAGES - BATTING AB. H. Muckleston . ............. 50 19 Knight . . . 47 15 Culver 57 17 Pergande . . . . . . 49 10 Fellows . .... 15 5 Kleinpell . .. . . . 41 8 Timbers . . . . . 49 9 Flanagan . . . 30 4 Lange S 1 Simpson .... . . . 46 5 Lupinski .. . , . . . 28 2 Nash . .... ,........ ' .... 1 5 1 FIELDING - PO. A. E. Flanagan . ....... 5 4 0 Timbers . . ..... 137 4 2 Kleinpell . . . . . . 69 8 2 Simpson . . . . . 15 20 1 Nash .. . . . . 1 21 1 Culver . . . . . . 20 1 1 Knight ,.... . . . 14 25 2 Pergancle . . . . . . 24 30 6 Lupinski .... . . . 9 20 4 Muckleston .. . . . 18 6 6 Fellows . , . . . 2 6 2 Lange .. . . . 0 2 2 214 975 972 957 955 950 900 880 800 800 500 152 S I .Z xx 7 , V .-.f J 1 if 4 11 KO. R-IIPPS Q A' i " . .. , .., 5- a c . .- My I " . ' , A A ..L .1 "- N ,, , , , a,.,.wIr.,, Q, , . V - r , , V L 1 f e . ' 3 cn e r X 1 o ' A a. mv A 1... 1: 1' ' ss. .1 v!!-4.:d.- za.. gl ' b it ut sr- Review of Track Season-, 1909 At the 'outset of the i909 Track season the prospects for a winning team were exceedl F 1' - ingly bright. Although deprived of three of its conference point winners-Capt. Blankenagel, Messmer and Natwick-by the three-year ruling, the new material available had already shown sufficient class in the freshmen year to insure that Wisconsin would be a big factor in intercollegiate track work. Dohmen had made a name for himself in his High School career , and during his freshmen year as one of the fastest milers in the West. Richards had also V' .f demonstrated that he was a man. of good caliber in the dashesf ' NVith these new men and the old material as a nucleus, Coach Hutchins did his utmost ff if to develop a well-balanced team. The first meet on the calendar, known to us as the Annual Relay Carnival took place on lVlarch l3th in the University Gymnasium. Chicago Illinois I " -1 and Wisconsin were pitted against each other in the one-mile championship. I a " '- heart-breaking race the Maroon runners defeated the Wisconsin team Illinois finishing third. fr' X Y 'f I 7 1 1.2 gi , n if ln this contest the Wisconsin relay team showed sufficient ability to warrant sending them to the Pennsylvania Relay Meet, held at the University of Pennsylvania on April 24th, l909. ' a Here they participated in the one-mile college championship, in which they secured fifth F 1 Af? l 1 , I I p ace. U I . . A 5 H- ' Due to the fact that the Wisconsin team was weak in most of the field events, it was A unable to win either of the dual meets with Chicago or Illinois. Wisconsin felt confident, however, that it would be a contender in the conference, because most of the events in which the. teams succeeded in winning first in the dual meets were also conceded them in 'gf' the intercollegiate. An unfortunate accident hap ened in the Chica o dual meet which , .o . I 1 u . P g ' lf ' darkened Wisconsins winnm chances. Richards, who was fi red on to win both dashes, 'Q .--"fn ' . . . - gu Qglsgn, sprained his leg while running the low hurdles, and was unable to compete thereafter. iff' Although not in the best of condition, Vvisconsin entered the Conference determined to make a creditable showin . A total of twelve oints ut them in fourth lace. tfr. 2: .,.. - 6. g p P P V if fi . . , I cAPrA1N osri-iorr Captain 1909 Team 215 Varsity Track Team H , ff le: elmek Asst Mgr Henlce Bleyer Storey Halseth Conway Dacy Smith Conron Tillotson Stover Mgr Kypke Mitchell Dohmen Richards Osthoff Rohn Hover Peters Fisher Lenders Morris Schacht Overholzer Oscar P Osthoif ...... Daniel G Stover .... Benjamin Jelinek .... Dr C P Hutchins.. Fred Henlce Lloyd Bleyer Oliver Storey Carl I-lalseth Jesse Conway William Hove George Dacy I' VARSITY TRACK TEAM Leathem Smith Frank Tillotson Thomas W. Conrun Clark Kyplce Peters Lenders Overholzer i Ralph Mitchell 216 . . . .Assistant Manager Erwin Dohmen Arch Richards Oscar Osthoff Chester Rohn Fisher Paul Morris Schacht ' xif- . G 217 ' 43 zz ZF? fr-,C I " wb x 5- s if ACL- - 1 2 . 3 f -' 5' '-Lf' B G f 8 ,Y f ,. N -4, f2:Q:',51 J-i ' '--'1"D'7"- "v ' "iv . 1 "tm l 22-4-rs-816155 ?'i5mefEs 'fL ' J'Q1z'w'3Ss,'a1.:-sirxslsiirl fn .. 43 gon. fsszmrws-m'5sm:fga 2115: " 4" Event 120 Yard Hurdles I00 Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash 440 Yard Run One Mile Run Discus Pole Vault High Jump 220 Yard Hurdles Shot Put Half Mile Run Broad Dump Hammer Throw Two Mile Run Chicago-Wisconsin Dual Meet Madison, May 8, 1909 First Second Third Crawley CCD Smith Rohn Richards Strauhe CCD Earle CCD Richards Peters Earle CCD l Lingle CCD Mitchell Bleyer Dohmen Comstock CCD Carpenter CCD Ostoff I Dacy Macomber CCD Crawley CCD Springer Rogers CCD Crawley CCD Rogers CCD Hubble CCD Crawley CCD Clark Ostoff Crawley CCD Macomher CCD Comstock CCD Whipp CCD Schacht Ostoff Overholzer Clark CCD Wox'thwine CCD Macomher CCD Conway Stophlet CCD Farrar Hover CXVD ' Points ' Chicago ........... .... 6 6 Wisconsin ............... 59 Illinois-Wisconsin Dual Meet, V X Event I20 Yard Hurdles I00 Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash 440 Yard Run I Mile Run Discus ' Pole Vault S High Jump Tie 220 Yard Hurdles Shot Put ff A -f VII" ,ffl 4 xx 7 5' im. Half Mile Run Broad Jump Hammer Throw Two Mile Run Champaign, Map 21, 1909 First Second Rohn Bardwell CID Pettigrew Peters Pettigrew CID Peters Hanley CID Mitchell Dohmen Herrick CID Brundage CID Ostoff Jones CID Graham CID Washburn CID Watson CID Ritchie Beck CID Peters Ostoff Brundage CID Dohmen Rorher CID Stephenson CID Ostoff Railshach CID Conway Freeland CID Farrer Points ' ' Illinois .................. 77 Wisconsin. ........ 49 218 Third Smith Pouzer CID Pouzer CID Richards CID Halseth Railshach CID johnson Gotchallc CID Brundage Kypke McCord CID Hanley CID Graham CID Dahlenhach CI Hover Record .- sec. I7 I 5 IO 2-5 sec. Z2 4-5 sec. 52 2-5 sec. 4 min., 32 I-5 sec. II9 ft., 6Vin. Il ft 5 ft., 7 in. 27 4-5 sec. 42 f t., I in. 2 min., 8 3-5 sec. 20 f t., 4 I-2 in. I24 ft., 8 in. 9 min., 57 sec. Record I6 2-5 sec. I0 I-5 sec. 22 sec. 50 2-5 sec. 4 min., 28 4-5 sec I24 ft., 7 in. I0 ft., 3 in. 5 ft., 4 in. 25 2-5 sec. 42 ft., 8 in. 'I min., 59 4-5 sec. 21 ft., 4 in. I33 ft., ll in. I0 min., I5 sec. V- . . ,',. 'tls '-.. -.,. 'f-1' !',4 , X 3 ' diff' lag'-if .f 1-,- f 1 'QA-.j-1",p.'1 r 5 6, - ' IE IN TH 1 1 -- . f . lf, , , . T v. , :, . f Y." . x YARD R EE" 3', 'Q 5 Ae 5. gL..f,..:.,l..,a:f:-: -:ff fr ,, Aw S.- .i ' I- S , , ,,,.', - ... 1 A ,,1-.- . -.nl , ' ' , 4, I A "' '73-i, --,Q-ft, '64 J! 'N' AWL ING 1 Hua YA RD fV"!N.'X X . . "U, .E+ . . . , ,, , . ' -, , . , .- eggss.. 1. -- ., -2-1 'sci-, BD ..1,.g 14.1.-y :. .2 .1-Q-. Ls-. -. ' :gg .1- . .. ,,,, .1-,,, ss: ' " "1:s- - E9fE3:-.ssS??i.v,wp'25hS.f95ze ' . 3 'u-f f: 1-ifkhiiw o ,kgs xfiaifi-zszfix--1i'1' .siiifkilflii f -1:fr "" '7 ,,,. ,, ' Event 100 Yard Dash One Mile Run 440 Yard Run l20 Yard Hurdles Discus Pole Vault High Jump Half Mile Run Shot Put Hammer Throw Mile Relay Two Mile Run Broad Jump 220 Yard Hurdles 220 Yard Dash XA ,X 1 of Q- 'fbi The Conference Meet ' Chicago, func 5, 1909 First Straube KC, Dohmen Miller fI...SJ Crawley KCD Brundage flj Scott fl... SQ Washburn CD Miller CI...Sj Crawford CL,Sj Crawford fl...Sj lllinois Tillotson Stephenson QD ' McCutcheon fCol.D Hench gm A breviaiions Chicago.. .. .. . Miami ...,. Wisconsin .,..... . Notre Dame ..... Second McCoy Dana fN.Dj Hanley CID Barney Ostoff Rogers CCD Hubble qcp Hull fMin.j Gstoff Railsbach CD Chicago Connely fMin.J Johnson flndj Beck UD Pettigrew CD Used icy CMD CWD CND! Leland Stanford. ...... CL.SJ Illinois .... I. . ........ . W'estern Reserve ...... Knox. .......... . .. up fW.RJ 4149 Michigan Agric, ..... Iowa. ........ . Minnesota. . . Colorado.. . . . Purdue .... Indiana. . Points Illinois ......... Leland Stanford . . Chicago ........ Wisconsin ..... 113.3 .. fMin.j qcoig . . . CPD . . . Um-1.1 36 28 21 IZ 220 Third Earle CCD Comstock KC, Wyman fl...Sj Miller QKJ ' Portman Graham, CD Jones CD Richey CD Engstrom Haj Markley Rohrer CD Horton fl..,SD Worthwine KCD Wisconsin - Freeland CD Stoltz CL.SJ Gardiner KPJ Earle QCD at Record IO l-5 sec. 4 min., 34 3-5 sec 51 sec. I6 sec. I27 ft., 6 3-4 in. Il ft., I0 in. 5 ft., I0 ln. 2 min., 3-5 sec. 46 ft., I0 in. 138 ft., 8 3-4 in. 3 min., 29 sec. I0 min., 2-5 sec. 22 ft., 6 l-4 in. 25 4-5 sec. Z2 3-5 sec. 'W 5 as XX v X xg ' ts K , N- 5 X 1 'E x 2 gl I is 1. ERWIN DOHMEN CAPTAIN TRACK TEAM , g V ' 1 .Vw VI ff-,-f.,3f,,--142 , ,- Y -Y 1 -X r- 1' 1 - 5 1 U - 5 Q K , 1 3 A s K "' M' i 1 sa we f 1 l . Fourth Annual Indoor Relay Carnival Jllarch 19, l9l0 1 'VARSITY RELAY TEAM Bernstein Gillette Sanders Mitchell Porter lnler-Class Championship First:- Freshmen fLampert, Novak, Brady, Cochems, Gold, Larsen, Time, 1:34 ' Conference Championship. One Mile First: Chicago fDavenport, Straube, Menaul, Earle, Baird, sub., Whipp, sub., Second: Wisconsin fMilchell, Sanders, Gillette, Porter, Larsen, sub., Lampert, sub., Time, 3:33 3-5. Inter-College Championship. Two Miles First: Agriculture fCooper, Swart, Reid, Dieter, Time, 9:l0 l-5 ' Stale College Championship. One Mile. First: Beloit fPost, Richardson, Miles, Wolcott, Time, 3:37 l-5 Inter-Literary Society Pursuit First: Philomathia flilinger, Rohn, Pellette, Zillmer, Time, 3:45 High School and Preparatory School Championship. One Mile First: Madison fTormey, O'Connell, Blied, Coleman, Time, 3:47 l-5 . lnler-Company Championship. University Regimeni First: Co. G. fLampert, B., Lampert, H., Lake, lmboden, Cannon, Gillette, Time, 2:3l Inter-Spori Championship. Football , Peterson, Wilce, Bunker, Buser, Maclcmgler, Dean - lnier-Sorority hampionship. Fooiluall A First: Pi Beta Phi fl-larshaw, Juergens, McKinney, Cooper, , A ' 'V Q' X , Z X, 1 X I 0 221 in vs Tl' L 5 - - 3 . ,lr gf.-653+ I I '1-W?--Z.22"'g'j5jg,-'.'jf-g:', .jxgg 1,-,H1 5 fi ,, . I ' I I , -- ., , ' ' jf' 'sf' '-,A ,. r ' ,. " '1 'S' w'Yi,J:,'5gQr.:Q57z'.1.11w'aEa:41v-sEEY:8,',1':y,1:xfJQ':sz-Q sig:smirsfz:gs:4e:1ssz:mi-.:ws"'JAs' , 94' 'ure sis .f11?-fzrxmiwmwmt . "L '-'vfrbm'--'-:ess-ww . ve 2"- 'Q N036 WESTERN INTERCOLLEGIATE CROSS COUNTRY RUN, I909 Chicago, November 21, 1909 I Minnesota, first - Nebraska, second Purdue, third Ames, fourth Wisconsin, fifth Chicago, sixth INDIVIDUAL PLACE WINNERS Wacon, Purdue. first Hover, Wisconsin, second Anderson, Nebraska, third. TI-IE TEAM' W..T. I-Iover, Captain E. Dohmen, Manager C. R. Fisher -I. B. Woffendon W. A. Dieter A. PeIIette A. E. Bennett Pellette Woffendon Fisher Dohmen Dieter I'Iover,fCapt.j Bennett A 4 , ' zzz 1 X I' cf? 1 . .. . .. . . . .. .. .. I--0 -::. ,153 9 fi-. N WS- 'uit 1-1 X 11:1 , s W be 11111316 1 . 1 'N - 'K ' ' Even! 'Varsity Conference World's Record 100 Yard Dasl.E.. T. Fox, 1899 C. A. Blair, 1903, Chi.R. E. Walker, S. Af., 1908 C-. C. Poage, 1902 May, 1907, Ill. , F. 1... Waller, 1905 .I H. B. Myers, 1907 " . 10 seconds 9 4-5 seconds 9 2-5 seconds X 220 Yard DashG. C. Poage, 1902 A. Hahn, 1903, Mich. B. Wefers, 1896, U. S N A F. L. Walla, 1905 - 21 4-5 seconds 21 3-5 seconds 21 1-5 seconds Even! 'Varsity C0flference World's Record 440 Yard Dash G. C. Poage, 1902 E.. Merrill, 1901, Bel. M. W. Long, 1900, U. S. 49 3-5 seconds 49 4-5 seconds 47 seconds Half Mile E.. Daniels, 1902 D. Lightbody, 1905, Chi. C. Kilpatrick, 1908, U. S. 1 minute, 57 2-5 seconds 4 minutes, 25 seconds 1 minute, 53 2-5 seconds Mile Run C. Blankenagle, 1908 D. Lightbody, 1905, Chi. W. G. George, Eng. 4 minutes, 28 1-5 seconds 4 minutes, 25 seconds 4 minutes, I2 3-4 seconds 2 Run MCEaChr0n, Rowe, 9 minutes, 55 1-5 seconds 9- minutes, 50 seconds 9 minutes, 9 3-5 seconds 120-Hurdles F, Natwick, 1907 F. G. Maloney, 1902, Chi. A. B. Shaw, 1908, U. S. Smithson, 1907, N. D. 15 3-5 seconds I5 2-5 seconds 15 seconds 220 Hurdles G. C. Poage, 1904 F. S. Boclcman, 1902, Minn. A. C. Kraenzlein, U. S. G. C. Poage, 1904, Wis. 25 seconds 25 seconds 23 5-5 seconds High Jump Fuhrer, 1904 Fuhrer, 1904, Wis. Sweeney, U. S. " 6 feet, 1-4 inch 5 feet, 11 3-8 inches 6 feet, 5 5-8 inches Broad lump F. W. Schule, 1900 H. M. Friend, 1905, Chi. O'Connor, Ireland 22 feet, 4 inches 23 feet, 3-4 inches 24 feet, 11 3-4 inches Pole Vault E. Springer, 1906 R, Samse, 1906, Ind. NV. R. Dray, 1908, U. S. Il feet 12 feet, 4 7-8 inches 12 feet, 9 1-2 inches Discus John Messmer, 1908 C. Cxarrels, 1905, Mich. C. Garrels, 1905, U. S. 129 feet, 9 inches 140 feet, 2 3-8 inches 140 feet, 2 3-8 inches Shot Put O. P. Osthoff, 1908 R. W, Rose, 1904, Mich. R. W. Rose, 1908, U. S. Hammer Throw 43 feet, 5 inches A. A. Johnson, 1907 147 feet, 4 1-2 inches. 47 feet, 1-4 inches H. Thomas, 1904, Pur. 157 feet, 1 inch 223 49 feet, I0 inches J. Flanagan, 1908, U. S, 173 feet, 7 inches. . ,N '+ ,.,,., .. .,V. , . . ,, , ' V 2- - fn?-Wi 1 E if-' .. .1 , .- ' ., , It "1 -. , , 'g g f g i w 5- ,f CAPTAIN WITT Review of Basket Ball Season, 1909-1910 The beginning of the season l909-l9l0 found Wisconsin in rather peculiar circum- stances. With Noe, last year's guard and all-western guard, unable to play on account of his health, and apparently no man to 611 the center position, it looked as thoughWisconsin's chances were not very good. In the first two practice games with Beloit and Ripon, Vvisconsin showed up rather poorly, which bore out the fact that a great deal of work was necessary lo round the new men into shape. By the opening of the conference season and by defeating Northwestern by such a decisive score, our possibilities had increased to a very great extent. With the Illinois game only a week away, everyone looked with expectancy at the results of that game. But Xvisconsin in that game showed the ability of Coach Noyes and defeated the Illinois live with less difficulty than was anticipated. But during the next two weeks came l-he dismal part of the career of the 1909-I0 basketball five. On their two trips, in which they played four games, they lost them all and also lost their chances for the championship. Then followed the days of 'hard work with no reward in view but the mere satisfaction of finishing the season and as near the top as possible. But from that time the team seemed to brace up and won all the rest of the games but one, and that was to Minnesota on their own floor. Among those games played in the latter part of the season the' Chicago game at Wisconsin was probably the hardest fought of them all. This was the first game Wisconsin had won from Chicago in two years, and won only by the small score of I0 and III. It was everybody's game until the whistle blew. . , fl 224 Captain 1909 .sv 1 QQT '61 BCL QQ . V . - A ' . ' ' f - 9 1 " awww? ggw -. -- ' A .- -- . e V- ' ,T . : . .Q-' H , M - Y -L'qiMm:Y :.,, .E'l3' A ' 64 43" ., f4. '-4.1 W , " 'r" f fi1 - The Basket Ball Team 1 Bernstein Slidell Adams Noyes Dacy Harper Birch Witt Scoville Biol-:elhaupt Fenn Stangel 225 I . . . ef Q -'fA - ' 1 The Varsity Basket Ball Team, 1909 W. Witt . .... ..... C aptain H. Noyes .. .... Coach G. Dacy ..., .... M anager I. Bernstein.. . . ................................. ..... T rainer ' PERSONNEL OF BASKETBALL TEAM Birch .........,.................................. Left Forward Scoville ....... f Harper RWD ......... Biclcelhaupt .... . Witt, Capt. CWD. . .. SUBSTITUTES Slidell, Penn, Adams.. . . ........ . . . . . Stengel .............. ..................... THE SEASON, l909-I9I0 Dec. 15. Beloit at Madison Wisconsin, Dec. 17. Ripon. at Madison Wisconsin Jan. S. Northwestern at Madison Wisconsin Jan. Zi. Illinois at Champaign Wisconsin, Jan. 22. Purdue at Lafayette Wisconsin Jan. 28. Chicago at Chicago Wisconsin jan. 29. Indiana at Bloomington Wisconsin Feb. 5 Minnesota at Madison Wisconsin Feb. 25 Minnesota at Minneapolis Wisconsin March 5 Chicago at Madison Wisconsin March 7 Indiana at Madison Wisconsin March l2. Purdue at Madison Wisconsin Feb. 26. Northwestern at Evanston Wisconsin 226 . . . . .Right Forward .........Center . . . . .Right Guard .... .Left Guard . . . . . .Center . . . .Forward Beloit, I2 Ripon, ' 9 Northwestern, 9 Illinois, 34 Purdue, Z7 Chicago, I6 Indiana, I3 Minnesota, I4 Minnesota, 9 Chicago, I0 Indiana, 9 Purdue, I4 Northwestern, l l ii i i i g i i E 3 52 1, L I ii .l51 .5- 'V YNA, Lahti. The Gymnastic Team y he he e 1 .en ' t ' O 1 XX I .. I it gr , 1 lt 6 J Soular Hyatt Roehling Dacy Meinecke Knoor F. 5. zeiaelhack .... ....... ...... ............. C 0 2. ch A Wm C- A- Hyatt ..... ......... T umhling L. E.. , .. Quo Rlixlgmxghl' ..,. ..... H orizontal Bars Richard Soutar A, E' Meineclgjf .... ..... .... .... ....... P A r 3 llel Bm Geo. Dacy .................................... Rings and Horse The annual gymnastic meet was held at Minneapolis, April I6, l9l0. and was won by Minnesota. with l,l65.5 points. 227 'Tvs Q tl! i' - - -it ,- fs V21 ' 'f' 41 'I' if -Is. 225135 'e?-i'I'4':3'.iG-3',-,fmfgfi I" 4 '4 f , . VHISII L Tenms I Y r REVIEW OF TI-IE SEASON Prospects for a successful tennis season were bright when thirty-eight entered their names for the local tournament, but the conference rule made several of the best ineligible. An inter-collegiate match was played with the University of Illinois at Madison. One of the Illinois team was ineligible and the match was played with three men on a team. The U. of W. was represented by R. D. Green, H. Lewis and E.. O. Stiehm. Lewis won, and Green and Stiehm lost in the singles. Lewis and Stiehm lost in the doubles, giving the match to Illinois by the score 3 to I. The singles of the local tournament was won by E. Hayes from H. F. Phelps in the finals by the score, 6-2, 4-6. 7-5. H. F. Phelps and C. Y. Yerlces won the doubles from E.. Hayes and C. H. Kyplce in the finals by the score, 6-4, I0-IZ, 9-7, 6-3. A new tennis organization, called the U. W. Tennis Club, was formed 'at the First tennis meeting, The officers elected for this Club were M. Hirsch, President, and C. H. Kyplce, Secretary and Treasurer. Wisconsin was not represented at the W. I. I. A. tournament at Chicago, due to the lack of interest shown just previous to the match with Illinois, but with the men, who will be eligible for the l9l0 season, tennis ought to become a major sport and make a strong showing at theiannual Chicago toumament. H MANAGER KYP1-cz. Manager 1909. 228 .N xx , .335-:FX 1-N-:If wig. E7 Xi ' ' ff Xxiqq. , , Y v -v , ? - ' - Vw :fx A S Y V 4 7' H 4' f ' iw I A " 'Q' " . o ' xfgffsgsflx " "fwfr I - l 5. 355555552-. , ' ' ' ' 'ff' - 'W f f pf. Q ,fff 'f f 1-2 -J f 1' W f f TQ , '- Q A ff ,M fff, f 4 ' ..A. '55"Q- ,l QxQQX,"':I5:! : !F""I!Il"::l'Iu ' "NI If:-Il , WMM A ' M' 2' ggfylf 71:2 'Q w - Mm 1 1 H :W x TPM I 2 ' ' lx ,.".. Tj? -,Lb K, ' I .--,?fif lm CL ' ,, ' - S' S - -ff c" -l. X3 'F s - 14' , Q QTP' - - jf? ""':"' - rf- .fgfff -f'l FHIPPS 229 A -"if U 1 " r.... -,., .. , Q ...W A A . ,.. ,A , A A A s A A. A T , ,,AA A . AA AA ,AAAA A AAAAAA. A A A A A AA a , AAAA x-If . xl Qt' . Kll -mimi! if' ' Xt t A The Freshman Foot Ball Team Chester Tandberg. ..... ..,........................ ..... . Harold Detienne. Earl Driver. .... , Lew Castle ........ Calvin Chambers. Ahiram Crawford .... Dan Sullivan .... Thomas Powell. . Jess Carr. ...... . Cedric Dreutzerm Homer Davis .... Joe l-loeffel. .... . .........Captam . . . .Manager ........Coach ......Right End .......Right End . . . . .Right Tackle . . . . .Right Tackle . . . .Right Guard .......Center ... . .Left Guard . . . .Left Tackle .....-...Left End Thomas Lloyd ..... ...... Q uarter Back Earle Jefferson ....... .A .... Quarter Back Hugo Lingellnach ..... ..... R ight Half Back Ben Lampert .... ..... R ight Half Back Chester Tanherg ..,... ....,..... F ull Back Malcolm lVlcFarlancl ...A ,....... F ull Back Harold Lampert .......................A,............,... Left Half Back Noyes Bright ............... ,......... ....... ,........... l.. e f t Half Back Driver fCoachJ Castle H. Lampert Crawford Dreutzer Bright Carr Hoeffel Detienne flVlgr.J Sullivan Powell Tandberg fCapt.j Davis McFarland Lloyd Jefferson Lingelbach B. Lampert 230 1 " " :' ' 1 1' 1 15 7- ' - M,f- f .J r Fli e- Inter-Class Track Meets Map 29, 1909. Event 100 Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash 440 Yard Run Half Mile Run Mile Run Two Mile Run 120 Yard Hurdles 220 Yard Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault ' Broad jump' Hammer Throw Discus Shot Put THE 1912 TEAM Hutson Gillette fMgr.j Bankers Chambers Lampert Cunningham Coleman fCapt.J Peterson Mayer First Second Third Record juergens, '09 Chambers, '12 Johnson, '11 10 2-5 sec. juergens, '09 Chambers, '12 Peterson, '12 23 4-5 sec. Hopkins, '11 Lamperl, '12 Peterson, '12 55 1-5 sec. , , 1.,ampert, '12 Stillwell, 'IO lves, '09 2 in., I0 se . Coleman, 'IZ Halseth, '11 lves, '09 4 Ein., 52 seg. sh .--li Hover, '11 Coleman, '12 Fisher, '10 I0 ' ., 26 2-5 . , , Natwiclc, '09 Peterson, '12 Imhoden, '12 I6 sec. , sec ,' Cunningham, '1 . Z- 1, e Natwiclc, '09 Cunningham, '12 Hutson, '12 28 3-5 sec. Zi 0 ' f 9 ' Natwiek, '09 comm, '09 5 ft., It in. 'N' 1' 'Q f Adams, '12 Q 4 Sanders, '11 johnson, '11 IO ft. 'ft 1 , Cuotchallc, '10 . I Adams, '12 Critzman, '12 Chambers, '12 20 ft., 2 1-2 in. A" V Conway, '09 Banker, 'IZ Dany, '10 121 fr. f 09 Q 15, I Dacy, '10 Storey, 'IO' Schause, 'IZ 114 ft., 5 1-2 in. . A 6 -4 schause '12 Mayer, 'IZ Storey, '10 , 39 ff., 5 in. X , Z, Q ' Score 1, ' I 3 9 Freshmen . ...... .. . X -6 o b , Seniors . . . . . . .... if 3 5' " - Sophomores . ..., ",--J! gli ,. '51 Juniors . . . .... . . . , X L. T .Ll 231 ssT1a 1 11, 45 Q ent, ssh, ' ' 'L f ' ' 1 1. 'ff-sf' wife " ' -' ' ' I i L- .f 1 li .,M-.- as 1- ve- .Eg-N -?.gQ.i. 'T' 'llz-YL -E:-fl-2's..g--,staffs -.-'2' is-rQZ,sY'w-f -We-1521+ M M, . , '4- , .,,, -. gas,1Qa.s.ess. e..1se1ss:,w -' -asm ,fvseiwsur 1 , .. s -z r. f'- f- wir-'thx - A. s-.s ' . .Jw . s.c ess1esa.,aS..gf-Less. --s. esssscsassfissfz-1 Event 220 Yard Dash Two Mile Run 220 Yard Hurdles 120 Yard Hurdles 100 Yard Dash 440 Yard Run Half Mile Run One Mile Run Hammer Throw Discus Pole Vault Shot Put High ,lump Broad jump Eve-nt 120 Yard Hurdle 100 Yard Dash 'One Mile Run Shot Put 440 Yard Run Discus High Jump - 220 Yard Dash 220 Yard Hurdles Hammer Throw First . Ainslee, '12 Price, '13 Cunningham, '12 Wilder, '12 Rowley, '12 Sturgeon, '12 Lampert, 12 Seaton, '12 Banker, '12 Lunde, '12 ' Wilder, '12- Thesbach, '12 Lunde, '12 Second Ketler, '13 Hadsell '13 Dester, Johnson, Ainslee, '12 Johnson, '13 Cahill, '13 Ottgart, '12 McMurray, '13 Grimmer, '12 Harrison, '13 "1 2 '13 Crrimmer, '12 Freshman-Sophomore Meet October 76, 1909 Third Vergerout, '13 Seaton, '12 Lloyd, '13 Werner, '13 Chambers, '13 Brodish, '12 Brady, '13 Buggie, '13 Hendrickson, '13 Detienne, '13 Stevens, '13 Wilkinson, '12 Brook, '12 Wadd, '13 Kennicott, '13 Chambers, '13 Larson, '13 Brodish, '12 Score Sophomores ............. 77 Freshmen ............... 49 INTER-SCHOLASTIC MEET May 29, 1909 - First Second Third Natwick CGRJ , Weigle Brodesser Weigle Lampert Tormey Marles U31 Goodrich fRJ . Lester Rasmussen fR.LJ Paulus Roddy CLD Lampert Shley Cannon Churm CSBJ Lampert Park Natwick CC-.RJ Wahl fM.Sj Wood CG.Rj ' Gregg Everhart QRJ Warren VWeigle WJ Olsen fR.Lj Everhard KRD Lampert fWD Mumm Burelow fWpj Natwick CGRJ McGrath CG.B.EJ Half Mile Run Lester Churl CSBJ , Cahill Pole Vault Wahl Lampert Twitchell Broad Jump Wahl Rasmussen CRLJ Olsen fR.Lj Relay Madison Mil. W. Div. Wassau 4 '5Recorcl , Score Madison .........,...... 23 1-5 Wausau ................ 17 Milwaukee West Div ..... 22 1-2 Milwaukee South Div ...., 232 151-5 Record 25 4-5 sec. ll min., 6 sec. 30 sec. 18 2-5 sec. 11 sec. 59 sec. 2 min., 14 sec. 5 min., 16 sec. 106 ft., 8 in. 119 ft., 1 in. 9 ft., 3 in. 36 ft., 1 1-2 in. 5 . ft., 3 in. 18 ft., 6 in. Record 1-5 sec. , min., 32 2-5 sec ft., 4 in. 17 10 3-5 sec. 554 43 53 sec. 96 ft., I0 m. 35 ft., 9 in. 24 2-5 sec. 28 SCC. 139 ft., 11 in. 2 min., 7 sec. 1:10 ft., 8 in. 19 ft., 11 in. '53 min., 37 sec. e Inter-Class Baseball I SPRING OF I909 I OFFICERS OF TI-IE ASSOCIATION ' President ........ ...,.........V.......................... ..... H u bert Wolfe Vice-President ..... .... . . .... Douglas Knight Secretary ........ ................................ ..... F r anIc Mahoney STANDING OF TI-IE TEAMS Won Lost Per cent. 0 I Junior-Freshman Engineers. ...... I0 000 College of Agriculture ..... . . . 7 3 700 CoIIege of Law ................ 5 5 500 Senior-Sophomore Engineers ...... 3 7 300 CoIIege of Letters and- Science. .. 3 7 300 School of Commerce ...,... 2 8 . 200 THE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM-JUNIOR-FRESHMAN ENGINEERS Kentzler . ........... ................... C atcher Fucik. . . . . ........ Pitcher I-Iornefter. . . ....... First Base Shepard .,.. ..... S econd Base . Mereness. . .... Third Base I'IugeI. .... ..... S hort Stop' Sladke. ..... .... R ight Field Mahoney ..................,.......... Center Field Fretz. .................................. Left Field Substitutes-Adams, Meyer THE JUNIOR-FRESHMAN TEAM Mereness Fretz I'IugeI Pergunde Mahoney I-Iorneffer Fucik SIadIcy v KerttzIer Shepard 233 V " X-'- 1 --'- -'EQ-vf1f1.f'1: 'rw- FVQA " '-is, - W I ,.2.' Iwn f' " " wwe 'X vi" 1 'UN .I-- . . , .. . .. ,,-, . ,- -. ' ' ' ' - 473-l"i?1 'ez fr 3 f 3 13:5 If W, as 'A -rf 'Kam 'l' YN ve xv'-' 'MG N' " ' Home Regattas INTER-CLASS REGATTA Lake Mendota, May 29, 1909 THE WINNING CREW 1912 Steinberg ...... .... S troke Wiskocil .. . . , , 4- Colhurn ,... 7 Curell . .... , , , 3 Neprud . ............. . . . 6 Rogers ............ . . . . . Z, Dahlberg .................. 5 Haeger ............. .... B ow' Cureifenhagen ......... ............, C oltswain First ...... ........ ....... T h e Freshman Crew Third ............................ The Junior Crew' Second ........,.............. The Sophomore Crew Fourth. ........................... The Senior Crew The finish of this race was a n.eck and neck struggle between the Freshman and Sophomore crews, the Freshmen winningg by the fraction of a length. The race was run over a mile and a half course under favorahle,weather conditions. Time: 6 minutes, 20 seconds. SPRING REGATTA OF THE BADGER AND MENDOTA BOAT CLUBS Lake Mendota, func 9, 1909 THE WINNING CREW-BADGER CLUB CREW Steinberg . . ......... Stroke Pliughoeft .,.. . . . 4 Murphy . . . ...... 7 Wiskocil .. . . . . 3 lakish ..... ....... . . . 6 Hickox ..... .. . . Z Dahlberg ..................................... 5 Haeger ,.............................. .... B owe Ryan . .................................. Coxswain The race was run over a one mile course under fair weather conditions, the Badger crew winning by a length. Time: 4 minutes, 31 seconds. FALL REGATTA OF THE BADGER AND IVIENDOTA BOAT CLUBS - Lake Mendota, October 28, 1909 THE WINNING CREW-BADGER CLUB CREW Bowen . . ......... Stroke Hickox ........ . . . 4 Trane .. , ...., 7 Summnicht . , . . . . . 3 Kerr... ..,.. 6 Rogers .... . . .... . Penn . .............. ......................... 5 I-Iaeger . .I ................................... Bow The race was run over a one mile course under fair weather, the Badger crew winning by a spurt in the last one-eighth. mile. Time: 5 minutes, I3 seconds. P f f air- -va. . ff . w - f- -N-'f-rw-spwere.p:mf:f1::m-v-rs:,:mf:sm1NYJ fr-my-sw - rs: cm-f,w 4g',wfrw-,A4r- -- . . Z 5- ., . , f . " . mf, .en , 1,sf.ffpByg4z! -5 vsgeyz-'eg-.pvzqat-f-me -ff' -f '-4:8-.,.I:f-..Sf:-I -me . -. vw f . 1 5 " ' ' ' ' .. .. ,.e, . ..c.. 1- , mf.:-,t,.. f 'ff'-,gi N, I . . ,,, ,, ,... ,., ., .WMW-ww?41.11.:iq-Q-eq.,-in,QPeftewz W.. sv l5ISt4.,ffg. -g1s!z....gs4'f K., -1 .-sw.- :'Z9z2E':f4f,s.r -. 'Aff' W-iv eu ri." za' .-:'r1'g' - - I, it .,, . ...H ,,.,, Af,,4 , , . ,,,, ,, , .. , . . A ibn , . - ' "lm v 75- I7 B I f- my , ., .ss-ff-, ,V , -4-. . ,. - . 24'-' ,IM , f- er v. - , ., .4 : 4- .MA .- . f.,. T' CIT .id f . , Q.. ' ..f-L , , .,, , V ,,,. ,gay M- -.-- g. 43 - .4...,s, - 1- A.. ..L. - , - ., - . D .M , gee? ,,4,,."'c- -.... --1 ' A -f 'iw - A--. M- If I -f.0',qgf.f: 'U'-f .e. :t .. ssw4::2- . ,fe N' ." I ' f . 234 ' .:" E A Fifi -F. . " . a .: '..-:.,4r -Q ..f 5.Q " 952' K-5 Q ' Q nib Inter-L1terary Society EL' ....,W...., lg MMM-W Baseball lll X2 x sTAND1Nc OF THE TEAMS y j sk Mmm .,, X F i Games Won Lost Per cent i f R, l-lefperia . ..... .. 6 6 O l000 ,X Phllomathla . . . . . . 6 4 2 666 ' N Olympia . . , . 6 2 4 333 I Athenae .. . 6 0 6 000 3? , R Q l X fx i 1 l l6"Stri'1kce? W ...fri 'W TI-IE HESPERIA TEAM R. G. Sontas ..... ...... P itcher G. C. Luethge .... ...Third Base C. G. Thompson. .. ............. Catcher A. L. Thompson. .... .... S hort Stop H. D. Blake ........ ......,..... F irst Base C. F. Evans .......... .... l.. eft Field C. H. Hoolcstadt ................ Seeond Base B. l. Peterson ................... Center Field H. O. Brill ..................... Right Field THE HESPERIA TEAM C. Thompson Peterson A. Thompson Blake McDonald Luethge Evans I-loolcstadt I Brill 235 l l Inter-Fraternity Baseball President .......... .... F red Worthington Secretary ..... ....... onte Appel Vice-President ...................... Ernest Springer Treasurer. ...... ..... ........... R i chard Meyer STANDING OF THE. TEAMS- FIRST DIVISION THIRD DIYWION L P Won Lost Per cent. , on asf er cent' Sigma Alpha Epsilon ....... 5 0 l000 Sigma' """"" ' ' ' 4 0 I IOOO Sigma Nu '... ..-.-- I l I 4 I 800 E x ,elta Theta.. ....... . . . 3 'l 750 Delta Upsilon Ilrhh . G . 3 2 600 , Delta Kappa Epsilon .... . . . 2 2 500 Beta Theta Pi. UI.. 2 3 400 Delta Tau Delta ........... l 3 250 Alpha Tau Omegal g ' I . . I 4 Theta Delta Clit .......,.... 0 4 Phi Kappa Sigma ........... l 4 200 SEMI-FINALS Won Lost Per cent Phi Delta Theta ........... 2 0 l000 S1-:coND DIVISION Sigma Nu ....... ...... l l 500 Won Lost Per cent. Sigma Chi ..... ........' 0 2 000 Phi Kappa Psi ...,......... 5 0 l000 FINALS Sigma Chi ...... . . . . 4 l 800 Won Lost Per cent. Psi Upsilon ......... . . . 3 2 600 ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon ....... 3 0 l000 Phi Gamma Delta. . . . . . 3 2 H 600 Phi Delta Theta ..... . 2 l 666 Alpha Delta Phi .... . . . l 4 200 Kappa Sigma ...... . . . l' 2 333 Chi Psi .......... . . . l 4 200 Phi Kappa Psi ....... . . . 0 3 000 Sigma Alpha Epsilon awarded championship SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON TEAM Manager.. ....... Jesse Barton Short Stop ......... ...... C hester Horner Catcher.. . ..... Harold Phelps Third Base ..... ..... Ci eorge Blanchard Pitcher .... .... F red Worthington Left Field ..... ....... C harles Yerkes First Base. .. .......... Albert Birch Center Field ............ ..... W alter Bainbridge Secon.d Base. . . , . . . ...... Sumner Phelps Right Field ............,...... . Frank McMahon Right Field. ......................... Forester Smith 532- gf . ' :gg I ' . 'X , es A f it sw 1 0 'G 0 - 8 K.Q.PHiPPs ' . THE SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON TEAM Birch H. Phelps MeMahon Mills Creve Barton Gruenewald Sheriff Yerkes Homer S. Phelps Worthington Bainbridge Blanchard Smith A 236 I I 'K , I A. , " I " L. I L E.. . -- sr l I-.1 I r t Cl : v i Inter-Class Basket Ball Tournament THE 1912 TEAM IN'rERscHo1.AsT1c WESTERN CHAMPIONSHIP - Won Lost Appleton .. . . . . 4 0 Sterling .... . . . 3 I Ottumwa .. . . . . 2 I Duluth . .... . . . 2 I Freeport . . . . . . I I New Ulm .... .... . . . I I Detroit . ....,.......,..... . . . I I La Crosse .................... I I Appleton defeated Sterling in hnal game, 38-14. CONSOLATION TOURNAMENT' Won Lost Crawfordsville .. 3 0 Xvaulcesha .. . . . . . 3 ' I Faribault . .... . . . 2 I Cleveland .... . . . I I Oconto 2... I I Superior . . . . I I Waupaca . . . 0 I Janesville . . . . . 0 I Menomonie . . . . 0 I Marquette . .' . . . 0 I St. Anne .... .... ........ 0 I Waterloo . .................... 0 I Crawfordsville defeated Waukesha, 33 to 4 in Consolation. Officials, Joe Davies and Hal Kadish, I9I2. Wg Won. Lost Freshman .I 2 2 . ' Seniors .. .. I 2 . Juniors . . .. I 2 . PERSONNEL OF TEAM Kadish. Left Forward Meyer, Right Forward Bradish, Right Forward Johnson, Center Peterson, Right Guard Groves, Left Guard Phelps, Left Guard. FIRST ANNUAL INTERSCHOLASTI BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Committee W. I-I. Win O. P. Peterson G. H. Dacy Manager Haskell Noyes STATE C1-IAMP1oNsl-uP Won Lost Appleton .. . . . . 3 0 La Crosse .... . . . 2 I lVlenomon.ie .. . . . . I I Janesville . . . . . I I Oconto . . . . . 0 I Waupaca . . . 0 I Superior .............. ..... 0 I Waukesha . ................... 0 I Appleton defeated La Crosse for State Title, 27-I4. THE APPLETON TEAM A Pct. Sophomore . 3 I .750 500 333 333 C QQ' G cm Q1 QQQYK1 W ax . - , , ., ' , V. ' 3 . - ,f 5 ' Q . V -.tri-.-xtgw - ' . ,. ' 1' - . , ., . 11 '1 - ' , " .. ,112 ' 5:-'Wife V' 'li-3,1-'4",:-fggggi: g:.V1-q:N::3',-9.13.15 5, .. ' .V - il 2. 2:::f.- '1I.:. " ' g'jf1:i:1-if - - .1-ex 1-- . s qhv '-rg' sVV'V w Gu - f aq V Q- -1,..-gfV wg, wsu, .-1:41,-.Ve-' 1. Vs V.-,.f.V.tr,-,1r,e.,4,.mfQ.m,.a.. -...uma Q-l.:,Lfa7,m,-ebwaaaareeamtsasafa .,. ,maiiaamfr M ..,:-xwwae -.1Lm.f:1:a.- M . me .,.. .. ra-:G ,aa Y , 4 i , ,, if, f - 1 1, ,. :., .ee,,,,,, n- 1 'J--?',4,,f,f,, Y Y v 11.4-gif, Sixth Annual Turkey Race November 22, 1909 W. A. Reed, '13, Hrst, awarded a 14-pound turkey E.. N. Price, '13, second, awarded a goose A. Attgard, '12, third, awarded a chicken E. Brown, last, awarded an egg. Inter-Class Swimming Meet 1913 1912 15911 1910 First Place 100 yards . . . . 1 3 5 Kerr, 1 :25 25 yards . 5 1 3 Breytspraak, I5 sec. Plunge ...... . 5 3 1 Templeton, 45 ft. 50 yards . . . . 5 1 3 Breyta, 41 4-5 sec, Breast . .,... . 5 1 5 Raitliel, 41 4-5 sec. Back . ..,. . 5 3 1 Will, 44 1-5 sec. Peter, Braedesser, Relay . ...... . 5 3 1 Henderes, Schlick, 2:25 Total .... . 31 I4 3 I5 238 R ,avr all lllk lll ll -II' 'lllll. lllllll Illllll. lllllll. I Ill 'lllln I llf 'ill' Ill ll -I-I N--ff!" l.llll' ' IAIII' A-l' Ill' -.' Qlr -r ., ,.,. ,...,,.,.,.,.. . .,.,,.,,,..,,. . . fl .II . frm.. i rj g l s , ' -. at A' Ii V ' A 1 C J P' ' .v N 1 E. L X 1 l llle ' ' III I o w L I N :JW INTER-FRATERNITY BOWLING WON BY KAPPA SIGMA OFFICERS OF THE LEAGUE J. W. Becker... ....... President E.. S. GIII-etle ,... .... S ecretary R. K. Ballard ..... .... V Ice-President I-I. G. Wild .... ...... T reasurer Robert Fucik J. W. Becker KAPPA SIGMA TEAM ' Isaac Lovejoy Oscar Oslhoif FINAL TEAM AVERAGES Lost I 9 20 23 24 25 Pd. .627 .608 .549 .529 .478 Won AKE Z4 EN 23 IPAQ 20 E112 20 ATS? I9 Alvin Peterson Theodore Lamm Lost 27 28 3I 3I 32 Pct. .47 I .45 I .392 .392 .373 Won Lost Pct. Won KZ 43 8 .843 QAX 32 HPKE 4I I 0 .804 AT 3 I EAE 37 I4 .726 APT 28 'BGII 35 I6 .687 EX 27 AAKIW 23 INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES Bob Fucik.. Gross . .... . ........I93.3 .....IBI.6 Adams .... ..... I 80.4 Becker . .... ..... I 78.2 McCarthy .. ..... I 77. S. Phelps .. ..... I76.3 Veerhusen .. 'Clark ...... 'I-I. Phelps . . TwItcI'IeII .....I74.5 .....I74.4 .....I74.I I73.2 KAP PA SIGMA TEAM Won Lost Pct. CIIKNI' I 8 33 .353 XXI' I3 38 .255 ATA I I 37 .229 LIPFA I 0 4I .I 96 HIGH GAME Delta Upsilon, I,032 pins INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Robert Fucik, 279 pins HIGH THREE GAME AVERAGE Robert Fucik, 240 y, 1, X1 "f -.my f WA Q gm wp -' U, miiisql w w,,x ff'-Q bf Nc K x .W :mm 1 A ' V ' 9 3 V - f Sym 'Q ' H MTQRQZE!'NTT?f2i'S5:'ii'l'?3 1, 'ff ' -3-LTV! ' - ' .X Q GYM CLASSES 240 gnu., '- TAQ- r -- . ,'.' . Q - , . f 76?-H-L::: f " if - .. 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Head of Department Members of the Womens Athletic Association are awarded the pins for 3 honors, and the Association W for 5 honors The honors are: Excellence in Apparatus Workg Third Year in Gymnasium. Members of Hockey Team playing in finals. Members of Tennis Team playing in finals. ' Members of Basketball Team playing in finals. Members of Baseball Team playing in finals. SWIMMING-M honor a year after first year of a Members of Bowling Team playing in finals. sport, honors in the same sport only can be added. WEARERS or THE Lona Bergh, '09 Floy Rose, '09 Grace Griffin, 'IO Margaret I-I'Doubler, 'I Edna Hughes, 'IO Mary McKee, 'IO Emma Becker, 'II Ferne Nelson, 'IJI E. Mable Smith, 'II Edna Howard, 'I2 Lyda Gross, 'IO Helen Hutchison, 'I0 Bess Harkness, 'IO Ann Knight, 'IO Martina Marsh, 'IO Hope Munson, 'IO Esther DeBoos, 'II Anita Eschenburg, 'II Lillian Jaedecke, 'II May Mielenz, 'II WEARERS or Tl-IE PIN. Theda Moss, '09 Ann Bradford, 'IO ' Marie Cary, 'IO ' Zita Donahue, 'IO Helen Fitch, 'IO Julia Flett, '10 Vvearers of the "W" are also Wearers of the pin. Alice Nelson, 'II Theresa Ryan, 'II Gretchen Schoenleber, 'II Fay Vaughn, 'II Aimee Zillmer, 'II Patty Allen, 'IZ Marion Hartley, 'I2 Bertha Kitchell, 'IZ Helen Scofield, 'I2 Edith Tomhagen, 'IZ Smith Becker Mielenz Donahue McKee Griffin I-I'Doubler Zillmer Flett 242 WATCHING HOCKEY GAMES WOMEN'S ATHLETICS Review of the Year 1909-1910 With the completion of the women's gymnasium in Lathrop Hall, athletics opens a new epoch in the college girl's history. During the past few years, the crowded condition of the small gymnasium in Chadboume Hall made it impossible to supply the increasing demand for all kinds of gymnastic work. Hockey, the one fall sport, was the only thing open for girls during the first semester, and a good start at expanding athletics for women was made by playing on a field near Camp Randall, twice the size of the old Held next to Chadbourne Hall. Two of the Finals were played on Camp Randall. Track work was started, not as a regular sport, but rather as an experimentg it will probably become a spring sport. During the lirst semester no indoor gymnastics could be conducted, as the old gymna- sium was remodeled for other purposes before Lathrop Hall was linished. The new gymnasium is pronounced one of the best in the country. ln the large gym- nasium on the second lioor, a room one hundred and twenty feet by sixty feet, are placed for the girls' use, parallel bars, lndian ciubs, dumb-bells, rings, ladders, ropes, baskets, turn- ing poles, punching bag, horses, stands for vaulting, jumping and other track work. Above, in the same room, are the running track and rowing machines. On the ground floor are the swimming pool, sixty by thirty feet, and the bowling alleys. Miss Wyman and Miss Learned have been added to the gymnastic instructional depart- ment because of the great number of persons enrolled. This is the first year that the girls have had a special medical examinerg Dr. Dobson is primarily interested in correcting physical defects. Classes were organized at the beginning of the second semester, and, including those persons registered for swimming, the number in the gymnasium is about eight hundred, double that of last year. The delay in completing the gymnasium caused a corresponding delay in basketball and bowling. However, finals in both sports were played off, though with less than the usual preparation. Track work and swimming meets are to be intro- duced and it is easy to predict the success it will meet with. The remainder of this year was spent rather in reorganizing the entire gymnasium department on a much more ex- pansive basis. 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Thecla Moss ...... ...2ndplace 3 ...Zndplace 3 18 ...lstplace 5 10 .,..2nc1 place 5 . ........ 15 181-177-159 156-146 153-143 155-140 156 ' ' . ' 9 .xfllw i . ',..' f,., , .-.,,, LATI-IRQP I-IALL 245 "Q - hw. .-1:--fp-if sx:sg,.,':::s , :raw-as-1-:v,.:1x-2.'-we-save.gs1-'-'32-'smzsffltrsa-'.'1z2f::'it--JT. v""X , . . f , . , , . ur. .-,. . .. ..'7.,'-.F..,,. ?.,.,.,T:,.g . .,.5,i.R. ,- , f. , , - f 1. f 3.-'J-11 sf' 'na f I s Md. 14-, r.. -,Q u 4.42, 51:35-5.2 V - E ,c,a1.a.,35-1 .-.av .ig 1. -1- :s q m -5:g,ff 1Qv,4 -A.-sw -. ,- '-1.-:JL-,.1r11:.L.io1ci.iw...:1z:1..ae -.wEa4sws:ss,:..f'.iSe...sssz:,si:z-mgssswfsrsz -1-5 .-Ieaazsges.-1 v 9 .a i-si. ' J- .r. .m ..s.si-ia.so-.f -...sMs,s..cs.v Baseball SEASON 1909 . FRESHMAN-'12-INTER-CLASS CHAMPIONS . May 26-Freshmen 13g Juniors 4 Lycla Gross ............. GAMES May 24-junio-rs 255 Sophomores 17 May 25-Freshmen 12g Sophomores 11 TEAM LINE UPS JUNIORS Grace Griffin .... .... P itcher A Ann Bradford .... ,..... C atcher Winifred Van Zita Donahue.. . . Euphemia Knight Martina Marsh. . SOPHOMORES Merceda Edge. . . May Mielenz.. . . Helen Thursby.. . Marguerite Reilly .... Lillian Jaedecl-ze ....... . . . . .First Base Second Base . Third Base FRESHMEN ' . . Pitcher .... .... . Edna Howard . . Catcher ..... . . . . .First Base. . . . . .Second Base.. .... .Marion Hartley . . . .Patty Allen .Bertha Kitchell Third Base. . . .... Edith Tomhagen Eva Murley.. Lola Graves. . Bess Harkness. SOPHOMORES Cornelia Boettge. . Vleck ..... .....RigI'1tFieId... Center Field ......... Anna Neitzel Hester Harper ......... Left Field. Plorette Hartwig. Esther DeBoos.. Tressa Ryan. . Tennis . ..Baclc Stop.. . . . . .Right Field . . . .Center Field . . . . .Left Field . . . . .Short Stop . . . . .Back Stop FRESHMEN Grace Baskerville . . . Helen Scofield . Ilma Jungkunz . . ...ShortStop. .. .. . .. .... Helen Brown SPRING SEASON, 1909 INTER-CLASS CHAMPIONSHIPS WON BY FRESHMEN 1912 E I X Seniors ' . K gg vs. f A juniors ? A H"' J Seniors ' 0 vs. ' i Freshmen ' J , Juniors ' L vs. Freshmen ' ffl' ei Ssmons KC, Hazel I-Iandt Gertrude Schw albe Won by Juniors Seniors Won by Sophomores 6-Z vs. 6-2 Sophomores Won by Freshmen Juniors Won by Sophomores vs. Sophomores Won by Freshmen Sophomores Won by Freshmen ' vs. Freshmen TEAM LINE UPS jumons K Sor-Homomzs F RESHMEN Mary McKee Anita Eschenberg Blanche Lucius Lola Graves E. Mabel Smith Grace Lucius 246 U .,,- '. . e ,du- .-- . Ahi, ,.,:,, SENIORS Ann B rad ford .... Lola Graves . . . Lyda Gross fCa Helen Hutchinson Martina Marsh .... l Grace Griffin ..... Ziia Donahue ..... Lillian Remsburg Carolyn Nash .... Blanche Christianson Mary McKee . . Helen Fitch ...... Pearl Richardson Marie Cary .. . .. SOPHOMORES Lillian Cook ..... Edna Howard .... Dorothy Flower f Bertha Kitchell . Marion Hartley .. . Field Hockey GAMES Nov. I8-juniors .... 0 Freshmen ..... a'Nov. 20-Seniors . ..... 2 Juniors . .... .. "'Nov. 20-Sophomores . .0 Freshmen .... . P Forwards Full Backs Goal Keepers Forwards ,"These games were played on Camp Randall. TEAM LINE UPS JUNIORS ' Lillian -Iaedecke fCapt.j 4 . . . Ma Mielenz . . . y . . ..Aimee Zillmer . . . .Norma Roehm . .... .Helen Thursby . . .Marguerite Reilly . .Clara Strycker Half Backs 4 .... Tressa Ryan .. . . . .Mary Murphy . . . . . ..Alice Nelson 'I ...... Marion Tufts L ..... Esther DeBoss . . .Caroline Clausen . . . .Sarah Longfield FRESHMEN . . . . .Nina Edwards . . . ..Olga Pressentin 1 ...... Gladys Foote . . ..Agnes O'Malley N .... Belle Fligelman Hockey Championship' for Season 1909-I0 was not awarded as the gameswere not all played. Remainder will come ofl next spring. Marian Pools .... Mable McLaughlin Gladys Morrell .. Eva Wallis ..... Laura Morley . . . Margaret Batz . . . Phoebe Hull .... Mabel Gratz .,... Lena Stahl ...... . .... O . . . .Kessecker Half Backs 4 .... Agnes Dickerson Eunice Osborne . . . .Gladys Gill Johnson fl-lelenj . . .Eunice Ryan . Full Backs ....... .Esther King ' Goal Keepers . . . .May Butler ..Vera Mitchell . . Mabel Colton . ..May Glasow 4 x V Y , ,4 K A N ,::- ,- N 'X N " .Z 5- x O f'vl tl RTO. Q f rx! T I1 ,B ll I ll I at ? if 1 Guards Margaret H'Doul::ler Grace Griffin ,.,.- ,-.-, :1. ,1..,r 1.- ,.,Q,:- :.X 'f., N-r1. "'-. 1 gl Q nw, f.g1gM.a,n,,,-W..-1 ,,,, fa ,,,- ,L...f', -..,., Q ,...m1.-hm.-a,.,N .v.,,,r' K . ,-... f..,,. V .-,.,t ,,rL, M.. ,-,,,,. Worr QL J. .x,. ,Z c ,... ..,- fig M.. ,..-,.,,. W.,..-.1.mc..M ,1Waiz1,,.x.,w...y .W M ob 4 1 fl ' N 137' F Il ur ly 9 5 1 ' 11- 1. xf-,Q 5 X 375. ba Dorothy Rogers Aimee Zillmer Anita Eschenberg fsulnj Mary Bunnell Dorris Tyler A Phyllis Albertson fsulaj Gladys lVlo1'rell fsulaj Marion Hartley fsubj Olene Lapham G. Hinckley Nellie Bundy fsulsj Basket Ball 1910 Forwards Cenicr Julia Flett l Mary McKee Helen Fitch Lillian Remsberg fsubj Hope Hunson fsubj ' Zita Donahue Csubj fic 1911 Ferne Nelson Emma Becker lrene Walsh ' Alice Nelson fsu May Mielenz Csubj 1912, 1 Bertha Kitchell lrene Patten Anna Neitzel ' l9l3 Elizabeth Spence Eleanore Groff Elizabeth Newman Ethel Poncl fsubj SCHEDULE OF GAMES APR11, I APRIL I5 Sophomore . .... 45 Senior . .....,........ 26 Freshman .,..,. l 8 Sophomore ........... 24 Junior . .Q 10 junior .. .... 28 Senior . 8 Freshman ............ I5 APRIL FYBSllIl'laI1 . . . . I9 SEIIIOI' ........... . . . Sophomore . Iunior .. Sophomore-junior game to decide Championship 248 1 ,.. 41 lr.-,,Q1lr'-. tx, Q, LII' V. ., .,., ,, Nw- I F: i... X. .H ,,...... an Aa. - ray,-f K- '42- "0 kv CL uazkdge 1 ef ey T 11 Q l ana ff Q Q5 Fate Day Monday Evening, june I, 1909 l Pageant March 2 Grand May Pole 3 Vvaltz Circle 4 Floral Arch Dance 5 lVlillcmaicl's Frolic 6 Norwegian Mountain 7 Peasants' May Pole lVlarcl'1 fpeasants in costumes 249 .ms "-f- ' - ..-,fm - .L -A -f .4 -fx . 'Vw ' "' AA f,,,J.,- . if up sr, 1 -x,-.. , ,.. :Jiri -3' - ,, ' ' - -- ffl V ,.., , - , . . , -. K 1 H, , ff- :Fm -. , fx '-A- 1,5 f ,f Q fn, , 11- N - .15 ' N 1 S3 r: , l ix -Afs ' - 4- , ' ...St QM I, K Li M 1 Y ,. , . L!,..,,, . , , , , , 11 M Q , ' YQ .V .,, w 4 .N , I 13.3 A 2 N ag E f -1' Q: Q -ff f fi J' fy ' ' U f - ' - il, , ,, . i- - A ' avi- '.ffEff f-A-,fig , . vii. 1. P - - V wihzfltsai -f , :5z1L?-Hff:tff'i'-1:1 47"-, ' hs., Q9-' ' "L 'Q ' 4 . 1 , ' 1 f..1 - U -' ,QTJ ,H-4, . I ,, ,lg - x. ' V A AL- 7,7 " -W V., U -1- S. ,- .. LJ, TX "N, . . ' Q 'SP-"F,-r.-.fm-f,:16i7TYN--F,---""" ' T xii 'rrkn 1 I " N 1, :I-,Rf-t " ., wr + n-A,-,,-- ,. F xl N- xv- vA , , 3 ' :f iff N. ,NX I .7 1 I '1 C rw-f fff's ESQ Ez, ,F 'N ,. 1--A .,,,f' Y I ,Z . r l 3.-: s t i l 14 ' '4.'.L ....- SJ e i 1. i mi I ggi: if 4? . J Fraternities Phi Delta Theta. .. Beta Theta Pi ..... Phi Kappa Psi. . . Chi Psi ....... Sigma Chi... . . Della Upsilon.. . . Delta Tau Delta ..... Phi Gamma Delta .,., Theta Delta Chi ..... Psi Upsilon ....... Kappa Sigma ...... Phi Kappa Sigma .... Sigma Nu. ........ . Alpha Delta Phi ....... Sigma Alpha Epsilon. .. Delta Kappa Epsilon.. . . Acacia ............. Alpha Tau Omega. . . Sigma ,Phi ...... . .................. Alpha Sigma Phi. .1 .................. . . . Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi ..... ..... Phi Alpha Della Law Fraternity ..... Alpha Chi Sigma ............... Kappa Phi Gamma ....... . . . Delta Alpha ...... Nu Alpha ...... 251 1857 1873 1875 1878 1884 1885. 1888 1893 1895 1896 1898 1901 1902 1902 1903 1906 1906 1907 1908 1909 1891 1904 1902 1905 1909 1909 ' - - ' f " Axux gi ft .. Q ..111 , - L':.V 15 ' V, .L .K l ,A?gmQF' QT, :,-: 1 Q' is -,,pe:.:m 1,.5:?1t g::wQj,3 ,: .gj5..1-:Q 3.4:-:1 i Inter-Fraternity Council President ......,. Vice-President .... Secretary ...... Treasurer .... Fraternity Phi Delta Theta. . . Beta Theta Pi. .. Sigma Chi ....... Delta Upsilon ...... Delta Tau Delta .... Phi Gamma Delta. . . Theta Delta Chi .... Psi Upsilon ....... Kappa Sigmaf ...... Phi Kappa Sigma. .. Sigma Nu ..... f .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Kappa Epsilon. . . Alpha Delta Phi .... Alpha Tau Omega. Sigma Phi ......... Alpha Sigma Phi. .. ACHCIB . ....... . . CRGANIZED -IAN. Il, 1910 OFFICERS- .........l"'larold l... Biclcel ...............lohn D. Jones . . . . .Charles F. Harding, Jr. ... . . .Andrew N. Portman EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Harold L. Biclcel, Chairman Monte F. Appel Walter A. Buchen John Dwight Brewer Samuel Kerr, Jr. Representative Carroll O. Bickelhaupt .. . . . . . .Chas. F. Harding . . . . .John Dwight Brewer . . . . .Courtney Freeman . . . . .Samuel Kerr, Jr. .. . . .VJalter A. Buchen .. . . .Leo M. Tipton . . . . . .Robert P. l-leald . . . . .Alvin B. Peterson . . . . . .Arthur H. Noyes . . . . . ...Walter H. Timm . . . .Kendall F. Dickinson . . . . . . .Monte F. Appel . . . . Harold L. Bickel .........John D. Jones .. . . .Andrew N. Portman 252 . . . .George Worthington ......Albert Lopf I :, ..-N, :Sl ' -,., -,4,, ,.Q, WISCONSIN A P111 eIt a ESTABLISHED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY 1848 LPHA I1 et a. Z X,-,H A" ,,. , ' - "Qu I , .1 ., wg ,,- .f. - ,' -,', Y-In -- ,,.f F 252 1 , NEWT, 5 I. X F- r 3:,+ .q.,i-'.., P5 'H ' Q , .1 - fm '. I f V' 1 , -' 1- gy, "L I " " ' -. - Y in-.L.::.5 'gan , .,.. i q? f -3:25-2 .-fi 4 +59 '- 'gfu' ,Z , f.A4h- f-fc g -Q 4 :ffl pf' -, 'AH 'xy Ffh '-51:25. A 5- I .. 5' - . - 3.5515 1 avnif - 253 Q, Q ' f M fl 1 J" 1 HM' J AL mdbwz wx www 'wb wmzfveaq f xv! Xu f . -. , , 'M .. 3 5 il "ifQ2:- ' -fr?" Wifi 1' " CEL, fflllf 12 Iliff ri :I 19 .qj Phi Delta Theta 254 A l i --. Y. QW:-.eaf twgdsl :R-.z-.. .. B - .V ,.'.1 , , 3 .v,, '. . ' Harry L. Butler VV. V. Bryant P. D. Gurnee Louis Hobbins J. Jackson, jr. E. P. R. Duval I-. K. Herrick Phi Delta Theta NVISCONSIN ALPHA CHAPTER 1357 Fraires in Urluc R. jackson R. H. Jackson George Keenan, -lr. S. Lowrie -I. S. Winslow Fralres in Facullale E. R. Maurer A. S. lVlcDaniels Fralrcs in Universiialc SENIORS Walter A. Marling L. Ct. Pickarts Arthur Sullivan A. B. Weniger F. A. Parker W. L. Westerman Benjamin Sanford Beecher Henry Halleck Kerr Ralph Edmund Doherty Amos Cleveland Pearsalll Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt William Verne Bickelhaupt Edmund Stephen Gillette Austin Smith lgleheart Victor Clarence Breytspraak ohn Scripps Corley William Cushman Farnum Charles Henry Kimball -IUNIORS Frank Arnold Frey Maurice Brereton Lamont Arthur Jameson Williams. SOPHOMORES Sydney Charles Jackson Edgar Norsman FRESHMEN Thomas Duquette Lloyd Alvin Stanford Morgenroth Eugene Edward O'Keeff- Xvilliam Dudley Pratt, Jr. College of Lam MIDDLE Emmett Horan, Jr. 255 Charles Blair McGrath Nathan Clarke Sweet Bryan Seahorne Reid blames Wilson William Watkins Truesdell Rene von Schleinitz Roderick Henderson Watkins , 'Q -' ' ' . , - H ' '- sewzf ' '- ' , f 1.31, if 'f' H :M ' Y- 'ss ,, K r ,aegis,-f-11834.qs.1essese3gsgW.miEn'-wg,W Miami University University of lndiana Central University Wabash College University of Wisconsin University of lndianapolis Northwestern University lowa Wesleyan University Franklin College Hanover College University of Michigan University of Chicago DePauw University Ohio University Mercer College Cornell University Lafayette College University of California University of Virginia University of Georgia Knox College University of Missouri Emory College Waterville, Maine Burlington, Vt. Boston., Mass. Harvard University Providence, R. I. New York, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Schenectady, N. Y. Pittsburg, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Warren, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Washington, D. C. Richmond, Va. Louisville, Ky, Lexington, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Cincinnati, O. Akron, O. Phi Delta Theta FOUNDED AT Mmivii UNIvr:Rs1TY, H548 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Randolph-Macon College University of Nebraska Pennsylvania College Washington and Jefferson College Vanderbilt University. Lehigh University University of Mississippi University of Alabama Lombard College Alabama Polytechnic lnstitute Allegheny College University of Minnesota University of lowa University of Kansas University of the South Ohio State University University of Texas University of Texas University of Pennsylvania Union College Colby College Dartmouth College University of North Carolina Alumni Clubs Cleveland, O. , Chicago, lll. Columbus, O. Galesburg, lll. Athens, O. Bloomington, lll. Toledo, O. Peoria, lll. Hamilton, O. Aurora, lll. Oxford, O. La Crosse, Wis. Detroit, Mich. Franklin, lnd. lndianapolis, lnd. Crawfordsville, lnd. Elkhart and Goshen, Madison, lnd. Lafayette, lnd. Bloomington, lnd. Fort Wayne, lnd. Tipton, lnd. Columbus, lnd. Frankfort, lnd. South Bend, lnd. lnd lVlilwaukee, Vvis. lVlenasha, Wis, Minneapolis-St. Paul, lowa City, lowa Mt. Pleasant, lowa Kansas City, Mo. l-lutchinson, Kans. Omaha, Nebr. Denver, Col. Atlanta, Ga. Macon, Ga. Nlontgomery, Alaf Selma. Ala. Williams College Southern University Syracuse University Washington. and Lee University Amherst College Brown University Tulane University Washington University Leland Stanford, Jr., University Purdue University University of lllinois Case School of Applied Science University of Cincinnati University of Washington Kentucky State College McGill University University of Colorado Georgia School of Technology Pennsylvania State College University of Toronto University of South Dakota Butler College University of Idaho Minn. Birmingham, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Meriden, Miss. Greenwood, Miss. New Orleans, La. Austin, Tex. Fort Smith, Ark. Oklahoma City, Okla Salt Lake City, Utah San Francisco, Cal. Los Angeles, Cal. Portland, Ore. Spokane, Yvash. Seattle, Wash. A Fulton, lVlo. Des Moines, lowa Evansville, lnd. Vermillion, S. .D. I I I IB :cl . I IM,,L.I I I, , ,, H I I OF B 'I' ' A' eta lmeta P1 ESTABLISHED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY 1839 G , , ,Q - ' 1 I I I I ' 'If2fai32!Is21!IffflI'5f!IffirI I WEE 6 NNI 'I ' 257 K gfzsllwzt 'I 3 ' ff ' 'X ' - +1 ,ef " . Beta Theta Pi Davis l... Lorenz Reed Nlartineau Rogers Story Brook Miller Harding Stoppenbach Twitchell Ballard Lawrence Groom Cottingham Buckstaff jones Slidell Foster I-lover Smith Soutar Taylor H. Lorenz Brown zss V 43... . 3 rfgxlgii . 1,, . is 9. 1 1 B ct, 5,5 e 715' Beta Theta Pi ALPHA PI CHAPTER, 1873 Fralres in Urbc James Elliot Ainsel F. lVl. Brown F. A. Lyman W. A. Anderson F. D. Burton K. LaF. Siehecker jesse Alexander C. M. Conradson L. E.. Smith F. E. Doty Fralrcs in Facullalc T. A. Barry C. Rl. Fish E.. B. Skinner E. Blackwelder F. A. Hutchins G. M. Smith C. H. Bunting W. E. Leonard L. S. Smith C. F. Burgess R. lVlcKitriclc C. W. Stoddart M. B. Evans F. A. Pyre Fralres in Universilale SENIORS William Duncan Richardson Kemper Slidell JUNIORS. Timothy Brown William Tracy Hover Charles Ford Harding, Jr. Walter Baker Miller Frank Emil Stoppenhach SOPHOMORES LeRoy Blood Lorenz Howard Herbert Rogers Richard Gray Soutar, Jr. Harold Willis Story William Amory Taylor George Henry Foster Samuel Burton Groom Rankin Dixon Cottingham Flint Jones Edward Uhrig Demmer Donald Knox Ewing Roger Kingsley Ballard Niles Winheld Brook Hollis Blood Lorenz FRESI-IIVIEN Harold Elmer Smith Edward Chauncey Twitchell Huberthpralt Wright Wilder Lawrence jules Thomas Martin Eugene Bird Martineau Charles LaForest Reed John Day Buckstatf Henry Chandler Davis . Halle Herman Lang College of Law SENIOR. ' Wildon Forest Whitney U MIDDLE Frank Callis Meyer JUNIOR Kenneth Farwell Burgess GRADUATE STUDENTS Donald Ross Mihills Oliver John Jobse 259 if 1 QQ t QS ,ms -' ii' 42S-1,2 " W " 1519 f1'sw1f':" ,, fi :i1"j1J?t'1 as-z-,i Gi B Aw- ' '1.""'c'f":':':1'- 1' ' , 5 tIw2s ,i s:..,. :s sm . ,s:f-, .,fs.f-la.. Beta Theta Pi FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1839 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Miami University Western Reserve University Ohio University Central University Washington and Jefferson College University of Indiana University of Michigan Beloit College Bethany College Iowa State University Wittenberg University Westminster College iowa Wesleyan University Denison University University of Wooster University of Kansas Colgate College Union College Amherst College Columbia College Comell University Stevens Institute of Technology Saint Lawrence University Boston University Johns Hopkins University University of California Maine State College University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University Dartmouth College University of Cincinnati Purdue University Tulane University Wesleyan University Case School of Applied Science Vanderbilt University Ohio State University 260 University of Texas University of Nebraska Pennsylvania State College Denver University University of Missouri Washington State University University of Washington University of West Virginia Bowdoin College Wabash College Brown College Hampden Sidney College University of Virginia University of North Carolina Ohio Wesleyan University Hanover College Knox College Davidson College University of Wisconsin De Pauw University Northwestem University Dickinson College University of Minnesota Yale University Rutgers College Lehigh University University of Chicago Kenyon College University of Illinois Toronto University University of Oregon University of Chicago Leland Stanford, Jr., Univer University of Colorado Iowa State College University of Oklahoma Colorado School of Mines sity 'N I A'- fl "f,-- ...i -, ., . 1 1 ,A -'IVE 'uni X I x B V A 1 v L , K 1 1 Qt QI ' - r 1 x f ,M L '55 -, M' ' lf- W . WISCONSIN ALPHA OF Phi Kappa Psi ESTABLISHED AT - JEFFERSON COLLEGE 1852 K O """' 1 , , X? Q ..,,,.. "" X Phi Kappa Psi ' 262 ,fx V, 7 ,?d4:.'m 'C , , Phi Kappa Psi ' XVISCONSIN ALPHA CHAPTER IB75 Fralres in Urlae Stanley D. Lyle Edward H. Lockwood john D. Van Slyke Frank W. vlacobs Arthur W. Jorgenson Dr. Cornelious A. Harper Gerald R. Allaben Chas. E. Buell Nvesley F. Ayer Fralres in Facullale Edward C. Elliott Edwin C. Vvooley Fralres in Universilale Si-:N1oRs David Scott Hanchett Robert Louis Rote Milton Johnston Blair james Stacy Thompson William Henry Green . juwioizs i Arch Eldredge Richards Chester Dillon Baird john Stewart Erling Finch Week Paul Frederick Kelly Stewart Woods Stanley SOPHOMORES i Elton Wood Stanley Yvilliarn Douglas Little Jesse George Carr Paul Pike Pullen Edward Tyler Sturgeon Reed Lynne Parker FRESHMEN Arthur James Cavaney Ralph Lallaway Todd Russell C. Hanchett Francis Charles Boutin 263 Carl F. Gesell Peter W. Watson Frederick John Curtin Wilbur Albert l-larlin Af fb E 1 Q ' fi? ff . wa , " .r 42a s:w -' i:?-We M . 1.'25:.f .f-wriiiiibii iS4' ,s:'.i "' QQ fu-Y N. ' , ' ' -, 1 ' G as 41, 4, S11 1 ' ' , , A '.--w--.4 1-mizai-:ce-ruwz'-s fo ff 2 Phi Kappa Psi FOUNDED AT JEFFERSON CoLLEcE, PENNSYLVANIA, 1852 ROLL OF CHAPTERS ' Washington and Jefferson College Allegheny College Bucknell University Gettysburg College Dickenson College Franklin and Marshall College Lafayette College. University of Pennsylvania, Swarthmore College Dartmouth College Amherst College Brown University Cornell University Syracuse University Columbia University Colgate University Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute Johns Hopkins University University of Virginia Washington and Lee University University of West Virginia University of Mississippi Vanderbilt University University of Texas Ohio Vvesleyan University Wittenberg University University of Ohio Case School of Applied Science De Pauw University University of Indiana Purdue University Northwestern University University of Chicago University of Illinois University of Michigan University' of Wisconsin Beloit College University of Minnesota University of Iowa University of Missouri University of Kansas University of Nebraska Leland Stanford University University of California ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS Easton, Pa. Johnstown, Pa. Lancaster, Pa. Meadville, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburg, Pa. Denver, Col. Duluth, Minn. Kansas City, Mo. Boston. Mass. Sunbury, Pa. Los Angeles, Cal. New York, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. Chicago, Ill. Anderson, Ind. Indianapolis, Incl. Minneapolis, Minn. Iowa City, Ia. Omaha, Neb. Bucyrus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio 264 Springfield, Ill. Cincinnati, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Newark, Ohio Springlield, Ohio Toledo, Ohio San Francisco, Cal. Portland, Ore. Washington, D. C. Seattle, Wash. Baltimore, Md. St. Louis, Mo. " - ,.-, - E ' 4 WE " N f a-a w ., . ALPHA IOTA Ch Ps ESTABLISHED AT UNION COLLEGE 1841 OF 1 1' 265 Q 4 ,, N 47 -4 x X gma wx 'Ads bf M 1, Q. 6 rv 1 1 bffv, -' -. .1 Y.. ' +'-'2i:fvz125x- -mf 'f' " . " . af ., - " " X -' 'i:':s,3,y,,,-fi Y -V D X . .. ,713 A -.,,1:1: in-.agp--14 ,gg v um. f :, f zz. ' .Ig 51 51kg...,Qf:,':2..5.,-.'.,:':f-.-.-, .zsnrqqf,nc-Q-W-:2,,1g-' '-, - . :gf t 9 " W x .,.,--.U J. f-1 ,34 - M u m . . I 4 Chi Psi x 266 ' S'i7,ilrg,." 'fi V,m. V.,,L Ax, .r . H17 Murray C. Beebe Frank F. Bauman Chandler B. Chapman George E. Gernon Lucien M. Hanks Stanley C. Hanks .Mur1'ay C. Beebe Cordan Sands Falk Chi Psi ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER l878 Fralres in Urbc John H. Hutchinson Frank C-. Hubbard Charles' F. Lamb Harry L. Mosely Dudley Montgomery Louis Rollins Head Fralres in Facullale Frank C-. Hubbard Fralrcs in Universilcie S1:N1oRs Robert Holverscheid Xvoodhull Irwin Spitler John M. Parkinson James B. Ramsey Charles Foster Smith Marshall M. Parkinson Louis D. Sumner Paul S. Warner' Charles Foster Smith Edward Hollis Keator JUNIORS john Nlalcolm Firth Vyilliam Langdon Kimball Russel Edward Frost joe David Mercer Vvalter Fritz Winholt Henry Cioetseels Wild SOPHOMORES Oscar Frederick Loeflier Riddell Dickens Erwin Holverscheid - Charles Frederick Hibbard George Herbert Austin Jenner E. XVelch Walker Caylord Jones Case ' FRESHMEN Kenneth Radford Crumpton Malcolm Fizer McFarland George Noyes Bright Raymond Dyer McGrath Albion Scotson Webbe GRADUME Eugene Hugh Byrne 267 4,fA:j7i,lg.V .E E , , , , , W . l ' Q 'A 4. S' is . 9 . Alpha. Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Chi Psi FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1841 Pi .... Theta. . . Mu ..... Alpha. . . Phi ..... Epsilon: . Chi.. . . Psi .... Nu .... lota ....... Rho ......... Xi .......... Alpha Delta. Beta Delta.. Ciamma Delta. . Delta Delta. . Epsilon Delta ROLL OF ALPHAS ......Union College . . . . . . .Williams College . . . . .Middlebury College . . . . . . . .Wesleyan College . . . . . . . . . . .Hamilton College . . . . . University of Michigan .. . . . . . . .Amherst College .. . . . . . ,Comell University . . . . .University of Minnesota . . . . . . . . .University of Wisconsin ..............Rutgers College .Stevens Institute of Technology . . . . . . . . .University of Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . .Lehigh University . .... Leland Stanford, jr., University . . . . . . .University of Califomia . . . . . . . . .University of Chicago 268 5 ' A --- " fm ' -i1, "V' L ALPHA LAMBDA OF O I 1gma C111 ESTABLISHED AT ' MIAMI UNIVERSITY 1855 . , ' -. ,,,,N,Q "" ZQ j4f.3i.., ' E IAA A QY LSQJQQ , A AAf A , 269 A - . , K . . . . - f .-4+ ,re-: -in 2 - A . f , -- - . . 11 ,. f Mmva4'iaf 4 5-. rim. msxemmexmm: :-w,:f,:sg-.-ki a' , . ' '-atrim-1f.,.,1,srfg:,Q1,:m,tv14x41 1:r:,'9,.fy4k:4a5ggMgrv:,,,:,r,:.2i,qr--Q-. r- -ff-if - N- Qr QS T41 M1 91114 i tr i i B if ii r, r r iiir . Sigma Chi A- , Wetherby King Sanders Beck Bartlett Cash Dacy Newman Mitchell Drummond Springer McMillan O. Roehling Griswold Smith Hill Brewer Becker Miller I Duncan Rohr Ross Hogan Lamb Nleclberry Connor Bunker Sqoville Drews 1 270 si, sf T 1,1 B ded is of cm 06.1 Sigma Chi ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Walter H. Sheldon Henry H. Morgan john Guy Wynn Lora Miller Richard C. Hughes Rollo L. Lyman Robert B. Scott Walter S. Bartlett J. Dwight Brewer George H. Dacy Carl R. Beck Charles L. Hill Dana Hogan Morris B. Mitchell Chauncy Medbury Boynton K. Miller Dean. B. Becker Frank I. Cash Donald W. Connor Harley F. Drews David Drummond Eugene F. Bunker I884 Fraircs in Urbe Lorenzo Davilo George L. Dow james lVl. Hogan Donald D. Holmes J. Platte Brush Fralres in Facullalc Simons JUNIORS. SoPHoMoREs Fnrgsi-:MEN William U. Moore Arthur W. Smith Clinton D. Griswold Lloyd Lamb Herman Roehling Clifford L. lVlclVlillen Raymond Y. Sanders. Otto C. Roehling Walter A. Scoville William P. Tearse, J Lucian P. 'Wetherby Robert Duncan Charles C. King Robert R. Newman Livingston Ross Walter' W. Springer Parker XV. Smith Law .School JUNIOR 271 Yvalter Rohr 'Pax 1911 Q Ba 'WN W6 QQ' wtvwss'-'Q 6. . 1 s t--a ss i.. gf"- :I " ? ' .s o ..s: Alpha. . Beta. . . Gamma. Epsilon. Zeta. . . Eta .... Theta.. . Kappa.. Lambda Mu . . . Xi ..., Sigma Chi FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, I855 ROLL OF CHAPTERS . . . . . .Miami University .. .... University of Wooster . . .......,......... Ohio Wesleyan . . . . .Cteorge Washington University . . . . .vvashington and Lee University . . . . . . . . .University of Mississippi . . . . . . . . . .Pennsylvania College . . . . Bucknell University . . . . .Indiana University . . . . .Denison University . . . .De Pauw University Omicron . . .Dickenson College Rho. , . ....... Butler College Phi .... ...... L afayette College Chi .... ......... H anover College Psi .......... .... U niversity of Virginia Omega ........ ..... N orthwestem University Alpha Alpha .... .......... H obart College Alpha Beta ....., .... U niversity of California Alpha Gamma ..., ...... O hio State University Alpha Epsilon. . . . . ....... University of Nebraska Alpha Zeta .......................... Beloit College Alpha Eta ....................... University of Iowa Alpha Alpha Theta ..... lVIa Iota .......... Alpha Lambda ...... Alpha Nu ..... Alpha Xi ...... Alpha Omicron. Alpha Pi ...... Alpha Rho .... Atlanta Baltimore Bloomington Boston Charleston, Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus Dayton ssachusetts Institute of Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Illinois Wesleyan . . . . . .University of Wisconsin . . . . . .University of Texas . . . . .University of Kansas . . . . . .Tulane University . . . . . . .Albion College . . . .Lehigh University ALUMNI Denver Detroit Hamilton, O. Harrisburg W. Va. Indianapolis Kansas City Lincoln Little Rock, Ark. Los Angeles Louisville Madison, Wis. Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Delta Delta Chi.. . . . Zeta Eta .... Zeta Psi .... Sigma. . . Upsilon. . . Phi .... Chi .... Psi ...... Omega. . . Gamma. . . Delta. . . Epsilon .... Zeta .... Eta. . . . Theta. . . Delta. . . Eta Eta ...... Theta Theta .... Kappa Kappa .... Lambda Lambda. . Mu Mu ......... Nu Nu ......... Xi Xi ......... Omicron Omicron. Rho Rho .... . . . Tau Tau. ..... . Upsilon Upsilon. . Phi Phi ........ Psi Psi ........ Omega Omega .... CHAPTERS Manila, P. I. Memphis Milwaukee Missouli, Mont. Nashville New Orleans New York Oklahoma City Peoria Philadelphia ' Phoenix 272 . . . . . . . . . . .University of Minnesota University of Southern California ................Cornell University . . . . . .Pennsylvania State College . . . . . . . . . . .Vanderbilt University . .Leland Stanford, Jr., University ..............Colorado College . . . . . . . .University of Montana .............University of Utah . . . . .University of North Dakota .Case School of Applied Science . . . . . . . .University of Pittsburgh .............PurcIue University ...............Wabash College . . . . .Central University of Kentucky . . . . . . . .University of Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . . . .Dartmouth College . . . .University of Michigan . . . .University of Illinois . . . . . .University of Kentucky . . . .West Virginia University . . . .University of Columbia . . . . .University of Missouri . . . . . .Chicago University . . . . .University of Maine . . . . .Washington University . . . . . .University of Washington . . . . .University of. Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . .Syracuse University . . . . .Un.iversity of Arkansas Pittsburgh ' Salt Lake City San Francisco Seattle Springfield, Ill. St. Louis St. Paul Minneapolis Toledo Washington V 3 :Q ' I Avxx I ' I 1ff-.- .,,V 13 WISCONSIN Delta Upsilon ESTABLISHED AT WILLIAMS COLLEGE 1834 Wm :, 1gs .::: . : ,:: H , ' 3,5 " , wi ,, . s . "" I4 , . . .. Q- -, Ly? -2531. - .-W, my :-:-- -'. ' A - '.::1g-- .ff , M '.:1ef5+-., 59 4: ' :-, f vm, .,.,,,, , .-::':5:g:.:5v. ,:' ' 1, -"' . 'eiifvfi .:r5irErQ' 1 ' . veiiff 5 I I , ,355 ,,..,, x 273 . I-f,JH3iZ," , , K ,ri-' -V V ,.,l 3 ,V -V Ii E, . ., . 7 if 1 f w .. 4. , ,K . , , , R, i 4 I 2 ! J ff. , ' 21:41 y, 'ii-A. Lf. -11' . 1,025 - .f1 .iff "-fu.-2. 4 N X A 4 f H-I . M' .- -nu Q. W M ev - z X! V L f f I TF '- b" "" L 'U' ' P ks 5 X I M fx 4 ' B " 'f R :.msy,'.,w1.w:r-imma:-r,:mw:4, . f- f' - 21 -.7f'4 q,QA .1Mi1r:1,i 41 -pi ,53g3,k,,,. -. agp? ,k:gM5',3fQ.,i Delta Upsilon Braasch W. Hare Dreutzer .Ielinek Minor Xvhite Chrityman Rannenberg Gross Moritz Kellogg Freeman F. Schrank Wernicke Delienne Brunow Hoeffel Coerper Kelter Meinecke Huison Curtis Freeman C. D. Coorsen Braasch F. Moore Le Febre X Ohm c4,,0f!ij1 f-7 if-,? gb NVGPW WWW gg' Q, 14' ,N 'H ,H r ' ' N' 'rafqj 'H?'i f'gW,:- -3, r 'fr' . L., .-ggfgfig , .af f .serif '13 Eg? W ,ww if' .. P' , - Wag' MT. -' 3 '-" i- , z KX its-b C. ,K lg. V. K 3.5. .vm -,H ' -. . 1 V, 9 - pg: ,W f ' H . N., 3. ' .' , "- y", ?' .f --1,1-5-JL.,,,ap,.,:fff' Wim , 4 .:- 1, . n liw kf . - , f H 5 1' f -. ' V, .fiv X :- Z WHA . - , .y .' ' " -' . Y- f.. C' ivan, A Q: ni '- 1532 A - ., 'iii Af. -,.,',,-,ff 56" : 1 .fr 55? 5- ff . V 1 -'cfm-:-+ ' " .sf '11 ' M X f ll f If ' 1, My --NJ , - f - --ru , ' . .rmfwg .f , A V' ' f' ,1 , 1 if, Mx? X 8 I l 27 I 2 1 J X if' 5, , .A 7-!f"" 5' f 2 f L B., Y 14,63 5 ' X , f f ,xi 1' ,f WPWII1 741 i I ' ? I f H L Q ll , X ,bw LL X , . .A . X W 'I .- Y 1, , R L JL R X . I . 5 " X- E ,1 4 A aff' 6 5' ggmai N Qui. fr mfmwk C aw 1 f 15 'fungi 2 Q 4 W ,. ,r ,V .1..A L I Q AAAIVA . J ,.,, 4- r F' -:af ...fl riff 'WE ' "fs."7 -u..,..wyw-2- " N?.,.f1"rf2'4 ,"M'2'fwr -- , 'Wwe-,.pQ:v42 'i -WW'-inwb G.-W:-11,1 ' ef aff:-.,-Wwbnwmes,-Q. :waz 1.61-.rg-39,.5:,Q " 'V ',z'-.'7"'f9:fl7n., 4-0 41 M: H" 17f5y',M-Z1 5-i','5':f9 :N ,Ll J 3'i4,':2.d :WSLUU 5?-'f:f1f2.ggaf'.ff 226' . 1- -If ,. -245.3-'1zf.-l4,'5 .-Ea' - v NT-life' 274 Delta Upsilon WISCONSIN CHAPTER I885 Fralrcs in Urbe Frank l... Drake, Wisconsin, '00 Eugene A. Fuller, Nvisconsin, '05 Ralph W. Jackman, Wisconsin, '97, Harvard Law, '00 Joseph E. Davis, Wisconsin, '95 YW Thomas R. Hefty, Wisconsin, '08, Ruben Neckerman, Wise Henry E. Surface, Ohio State, '07 Rev. H. A. Minor, Williams, '53 Chas. O'Neil, Wisconsin, '96 E. Ray Stevens, Wisconsin, '93 William G. Walker, Colgate, '06. A. William Schorger, Ohio State, '08 onsin, '05 Fralres in Faculialc Charles E. Allen, Ph. D., Wvisconsin, '99 Williard Bleyer, Ph. D., Wisconsin, '96 Harold C. Bradley, Ph. D., California, '99 William B. Cairns, Ph. D., Wisconsin, '90 George C. Fiske, Ph. D., Harvard, '94 Edward Kremers, Ph. D., Wisconsin, '88 William H. Price, Ph. D., Tufts, 'Ol L. M. Price, A. B., Tufts, '06 Graduate J. XV. Saunder, lVl. A., Ohio, '03 Frank O. Reed, Ph. D., Amherst, '99 Paul S. Reinch, Ph. D., Wis., '98 George C. Sellery, Ph. D., Chicago, '93 Walter M. Smith, A. B., Wisconsin, '90 ' Benjamin Snow, Ph. D., Cornell, '85 Wayland Chase, A. M., Brown, '87 Edward Hall Gardener, M. A., Amherst, '05 Clarence C. Le Pebvre College of Law Louis A. Coorsen Fralres in Universiiate Simons John H. Curtis Walter T. B JUNIORS Manfred S. Gross Benjamin Jelinek Prescott C. Ritchie William C. Elmore SoPHo1v1oREs Frederick W. Braasch ' George lVl. Chritzman Rufus H. Kellogg Carl F. G. Wernicke William K. Braasch Courtney D. Freeman runow Ferdinand Meinecke, Jr. Kenneth R. Hare Charles Moritz Henry C. Schranck, Jr. Thomas R. l"lutson Sidney Moore Forest WV. Freeman Roland F. Coerper David C. lmhoden, Jr. Howard F. E. Ohm FRESHMEN George C. Ranneherg Cedric B. Dreutzer Raymond B. White Otto M. Reiss 275 Stanley Minor Harold D. Detienne Merill Hoeftel Walter Ketter ' is T I - -11'1- i W1 is gi? ,4 ,QTVR g EJ Delta Upsilon FOUNDED AT VVILLIAMS COLLEGE, 1834 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Williams College... Union College.. . . Hamilton College. . . Amherst' College.. . . Adelbert College. . . Colby University ..... Rochester University .... Middlebury College .... Bowdoin College ...., Rutgers College .... Brown University, ....... . Colgate University ........ University of City of New Cornell University ........ Marietta University ..... Syracuse University ...... University of Michigan.. .. Northwestern University. . . Harvard University ...... University of Wisconsin. Lafayette University .... Columbia University .... Lehigh University.. . . . Tufts College .......... De Pauw University ...... 'YALL ..... .... University of Pennsylvania. . . . . University of Minnesota.. . Massachusetts Institute of Technology ..... .... Swarthmore University ......... Leland Stanford, Jr., University. University of Nebraska. ....... . McCtill University ............. University of Toronto. . . University of Chicago ..... Ohio State University .... University of Illinois .... Miami University .... 1834 1838 1847 1847 1847 1852 1852 1856 1857 1858 1860 1865 1865 1869 1870 1873 1876 1880 1880 1885 1885 1885 1885 1886 1887 1888 1890 1891 1894 1895 1898 1898 1899 1901 1904 1905 1908 9 1 1 A 55,.,. f, ., ,. : ' iffllrl xv x X L LL 1 , L L BETA GAMMA OF ' elta au elta ESTABLISHED AT BETHANY COLLEGE 1859 , -, Q! X xi? rw'-".' ' M 551- V 5' www 2 ' f""""""'?'if '? --,. ' '45 5212-'I - y f2:g.fQ,. gq?-'ff 277 3 S Q 'Wes fy iiliiiil N I I 9 ' 'li muff, 1 fi V l . . A' --:M'ff-2242131s'i,iQ,.is1i1q, X , " .7 ' 1 . , . '- V v nip- au, . 2" 1' fi I' 1-M .1 k ' - 1' 'if'1-wf ,1 'v:-:f"Af"-',fEi"'.1"':?'"fNE54-"w.i'k. 'Vlffiiw '4'1'fx2"5k4.7 .aim if if ,V . 5:99, a H," .31 .:,.,'g1f1-ljfg..,1-3 ' " F,f-:4g3...5':51:.ig,- Wfiaggmaa-fx fl Delta Tau Delta English Kerr Kind Eiclrnann Slarr Hecht Baldwin. Strong Conron Thomas Riley Davies Blackburn Sawyer Perrill Becker Sullivan Smith Nelson 278 A' .-,' 1 " ' " " ' Q' Q Delta Tau Delta BETA GAMMA CHAPTER S. Earl Driver Joseph Reese Edwards Charles Gilbert Riley George Corey Riley Alfred Thomas Rogers hlatthew S. Dudgeon 1888 Fralres in Urbe Victor Eugene Rogers Edward Henry Smith Sanford Putnam Starks Nissen Peter Stenjem Samuel Thomas Walker Fralres in Faculiale john Louis Kind Ralph M. McCoy Fraircs in Univversilaie SENIORS Samuel Kerr, Jr. john Dobsonirfhomas JUNIORS A Paul Blackburn Herbert Walter Eiclmann Thomas William Conron Frank A. Hecht, Jr. William Starr SOPHOMORES John Alfred Nelson Kenneth Loveland Smith Donald I-I. B. Riley W. Kirk Sullivan Norman Allen English FRESHMEN Herbert Yvilliam Becker Alger Perril - Raymond Baldwin ' - Howard Charles Sawyer john Pugh Davies XVilliam Barstrow Strong, Jr. 279 Beta Upsilon .... Delta Tau Delta FOUNDED AT BETHANY COLLEGE, 1859 ' ROLL OF CHAPTERS ACTIVE SOUTHERN DIVISION Lambda... ........ Vanderbilt University Beta Theta.. ...... University of the South Pl Ph' Beta Epsilon. . . Beta Iota ..... Omicron ...... 1..... ..... . . . . . .University of Mississippi Washington and Lee University ..............Ernory College . . . .University of Virginia Beta Xi ..... Gamma Eta. . . Gamma Iota. . . XVESTERN DIVISION . ........ University of Iowa ... . . . . . . . . . .Tulane University . . .George Washington University ........ ...University of Texas ..............Wabash College Beta Gamma. . . Beta Eta ..... Beta Kappa .... Beta Pi. ...., . Beta Rho. -. . . . Beta Tau ..... . . . . .University of Vfisconsin Beta Omega. . . . . . . .University of Minnesota . . . . . .University of Colorado . . . . . .Northwestern University . . .Leland Stanford University ...University of Nebraska Gamma Alpha. Gamma Gamma Mu. . . NORTHERN DIVISION .. . ......... University of Chicago Gamma Beta .... Gamma Theta. . . . . . . . .University of Illinois . . . . .University of Califomia . . . . Armour Inst. of Technology . ............ Baker University Kappa... ....... University of Missouri . . . .University of Washington . . . . . . . .De Pauw University . . . .University of Indianapolis . . . . . . Ohio State University Beta. .... ......... O hio University Beta Beta. . . Delta .... ..... U niversity of Michigan Beta Zeta. .. Epsilon.. . . ,........... -. .Albion College Beta Phi. , . . Zeta ..... .... W estern Reserve University Beta Psi. ...... . Kappa.. . . . . ......... Hillsdale College Gamma Delta. Mu ........ Chl .......... Beta Alpha ..... Alpha ..... . . . .Ohio Wesleyan University . . . . . . . . . . .Kenyon College . . . . . . . .Indiana University Gamma Lambdai I Gamma EASTERN D1v1s1oN . . . . . . . . . . .Allegheny College Gamma ....... . ,... Washington and Jefferson College X1 .... Rho ,....... Beta Nu ...... . . .University of West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . .Purdue University . . . . .University of Cincinnati Stevens Institute of Technology ...Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Nu. ........... .............. L afayette University Upsilon ......... .... R ensselaer Polytechnic Institute Beta Omicron .... ....... ....... C o rnell University Gamma Gamma... ............ Dartmouth College Omegaf ........ .... U niversity of Pennsylvania Gamma Epsilon ..... .... C olumbia University Beta Chi ....... .......... B rown University Gamma Zeta ...... .... W esleyan University Beta Lambda ..... ........ I.. ehigh University Gamma lVIu ..... .... U niversity of Maine Beta Mu ....... . . .Tufts University New York City Association Chicago Association Cincinnati Association San Francisco Association Philadelphia Association Indianapolis Association Boston Association Milwaukee Association Pittsburg Association ALUMNI CHAPTERS Atlanta Association Cleveland Association Columbus Association St. Louis Association Richmond Association Jackson Association New Orleans Association Association of The .Far East Washington Association 280 Kansas City Association Los Angeles Association Nevada Association Puget Sound Association Omaha Association Spokane Association Nashville Association Sioux City Association San Antonio Association ..1. -,.N.Q ,,,. OF - 11' 1 P 1 G amma e ta ESTABLISHED AT WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE 1848 - 0 . . marl if 281 la W wb- .sem Q ,ima ,rqyYgv3,11.,g--.. V - - , 1 - ' zz- 1-fe ,,,,y,.,1...,,f,u:r 1, Ml LL fp, -:Su Q V W A, VZ, x . ,, ,fi , A . , , r ,?,,.r.1,, ,,L,1,,,r, , ,-, 1:5 ' H -1 ' V ,. - 1- " 1" :r 2.-vis :21L-..-- ff' 1-f' fr "1 .s ' L ,f '-.-:,::- ,, -tm::'aj14'1-:f-'fev"fQ-Qgzpsgx-1,. ,V gf -' . ' .44 gc, 2:14 " 3. el fe . -5' ' i f 51 ' W e ' W we 'vw ki 5 S41-533.9122 B 372121. 'JW '- 2: . 175421231-.f2'-'"-ji'1-.fr-1-:w1:?m,1z1'y.:f-- ..f ' V M' Y' , ,, - A. - em -x,xgxi:..gfQaLemzhfE:Q -f like-. ,.:,b .Seam-.5w:e, Phi Gamma Delta 4 ' - Brady Bailey Groves Hansen Easthope l-leadland Traver Beeson Pflffner Chambers Thayer Powell Lewis Buchen Lester Miller Foerster l-lanchett Donnelly Needham Doe Brightman Pritzlaff Bradley Tindall lVlorris Brophy Johnson Kahn 282 QQ - 1' li N4 ' , ' " ' ZA .,, ' a" "A- vi . fi ' ,, 1 Phi Gamma Delta MU CHAPTER 1893 Fralres in Urbe Charles Edwin Barker Wayne Doty Bird Edwin Gordon Fox William Joseph Bollenlzoeclx Fralres in Facullale Edward Alsworth Ross Frederick C. Howe Alexander N. Winchell Earl B. Norris Carl C. Thomas Lewis C. Gray William K. Wi'ight Edwin C. Holden Bernadette Schmidt Otto Lewis Kowallce Nvilliam Spaulding Kinne Charles Wari'en. Hill James S. Cattel Benjamin lVl. Rastall Fralres in Unitersiiaie Giutnurmz Norman Delroy Brophy Simons Paul lVlorris Maurice Hubert Needham juwioizs Thaxter Crugicr Thayer Harmon- Lewis Arthur Brittain Doe Walther Bucher: Floyd Tindall SOPHOMORES George Davis Bailey Chalmer Boorman Traver Grant Look Brightman Frederic Charles Hannahs Carrol Charles Chambers Asa Biehl Groves r Harry Robert Foerster ,lame5 Meehan Pfiflner Charles Healy Powell Oscar Paul Headlancl John C-arland. . FRESHMEN james Harold Hanchette Stanley Roy Easthope Hugh Baker Miller Charles Harlowe Bradley William l. Beeson Laban jenkins Brady Carrol S. Kahn SENIOR LAW Nathan Ritchey Johnson Jlohn King Lester John E. Hansen -lohn C. Pritzlafl: Maxwell Walsh Edward Schneider Emmett Archibald Donnelly 283 +I -as Alpha Chi., . . Pi Rho ...... Delta Nu .... Omega lVIu ..... Iota lVIu ......... Pi Iota. . . . . . Omega. .... . Nu Epsilon. . . Tau Alpha. . . Nu Deuteron. . Theta Psi .... Kappa Nu. . . Sigma Nu .... Chi ........ Beta lVIu ..... Sigma Deuteron. Beta Chi ...,. Beta. ...... . Delta ........ Xi Cakigig 'Phi f f f f Rho Chi ...., Omicron .... Zeta Deuteron. Xi Deuteron. , Pi AI1f,iI5'. ', I I '. I . Rho Deuteron Phi Gamma Delta FOUNDED AT WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE, l84B SECTION I Amherst College Brown University Dartmouth College ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS SECTION VIII Lambda Deuteron ............... Dennison University OmIcrOn Deuteron ............. Ohio State University Theta Deuteron.. ........ Ohio Wesleyan University ...............University of Maine Sigma........ ................Wittenberg College Massachusetts Institute of Technology ' . . . . .Worcester Polytechnic Institute SECTION IX Lambda, . . ............... De Pauw University SECTION Il I l - Tau. ..... ....... ......... I-I a nover College ------------ Columbia UHIVCFSQIY Zeta. ......,. .... I ndiana University - - - - -New Yofhkl UUWCYSIIY Lambda Iota, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Purdue University H---------------TYUUIY99116229 Psi........... .................Wabash College ..................Yale University . SECTION X SECTION U1 l . Theta ..... ........... U niversity of Alabama -'-'---'-------Colgate UUIVCVSIIY ,...............Bethel College SECTION IV SECTION V . . . . . . . . .Johns Hopkins University Lafayette College Lehigh University . . . . . . . .University of Pennsylvania Cornell University Syracuse University Union College Kappa Tau. . . lVIu .......... Alpha Deuteron. . . . . . . . . University of Tennessee SECTION XI . . . . . . . . . . .University of Chicago . . . . . . .University of Illinois Chi Upsilon. . . Chi Iota ...... Alpha Phi .... . ...University of Michigan Mu Sigma .... ...... U niversity of Minnesota . . . . . . , .University of Wisconsin . . . . .Illinois Wesleyan University Ctamma Deuteron ..................... Knox College . . . . . . . .Pennsylvania State College SECTION VI Richmond College . . . . . . . . . .University of Virginia . . . . .Washington and Lee College SECTION VII . . . . . . . . . . . .Bucknell University Gettysburg College . . . . . . . .Western Reserve University Lafayette, Indiana Indianapolis, Indian.a Chicago, Illinois New York City, New Yorlc Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Denver, Colorado Allegheny College Washington and Jefferson College Wooster University GRADUATE CHAPTERS Toledo, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Seattle, Washington Lincoln, Nebraska 284 Alpha Iota .... Chi IVIu .... Zeta Phi .... Chi Sigma .... Pi Deuteron. Lambda Nu. . . Tau Deuteron.. SECTION XII ...............Iowa State College . .. . . .University Of Missouri . . . . .xvilliam Jewell College . . . . . . . . .Colorado College . . . . . . .University of Kansas .. . . .University of Nebraska ..............University of Texas SECTION XIII Delta Xi ............. ' ...... University of California Lambda Sigma .... .... L eland Stanford University Sigma Tau.' ..... . . . . .University of Washington Vfindsor, Ontario St. Joseph, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri Knoxville, Tennessee Des Moines, Iowa Richmond, Virginia ' -- -,-. ,..1fL i . -X'- I E 1 SIGMA DEUTERO Theta ESTABLISHED ' UNION AT COLLEGE 1848 f elta C111 jimi., 45" H' Qfofhy 0 bf! I K QAX W! P4 I if Dwi' A! . .V r .4 .:'1,. 7222:-1f'.' 1 -xg, -3, .W - gfqw-'ff -1 - f . ,' " .' 55" ,, ,N ,,,... .,, ..,, f fy 285 ' 1 5' Q. y, 'WW fy: ,Q Cl M Q4 ':ff-.fw.1fa'.- fu . , 1 . -v ' . -V - 1 Q:1-.Pzfa.- V: ,fx-' 'w kiiz fu- 'wwf' ''W-'mfma"x2'-1,,gf.f::-024211 s1,'-.-:-,rQ.75i-E- ff'"s:fe1fF.s:aww'H'ff2f"fain, 5: "F: , , , 41,4 X f ,A f N ye W A ,Q . M-if .M . K ,Q 1-.lm .- . 433. E M -m ei hw M7 0 ,.,,,, M.,,y.,, .K i -2:4 ' ' ' ,: ark.-,f1g..i2Lf1f.,2.45wm1.1m ,mrmgwn-fic-Q.. hh I ., '-:-.:1.. .-gr-W.1-r..i:fiLv:.r,m:: ..1:af1ncehf4. .w,f.2..:::Q,, -..:-911111-.t.:-M-z,hfhsfa,saxrs.mf-f..1':.:,fn-11151.-:1ms1.t:, Theta Delta Chi Blythe Brodesser Springer Rossbach Ballance Boutwell Nevin D. McKinney P. McKinney Wilmapns Kessenich Farley Jones Tipton Hill Post Adams Lindsey Branyen Stapleton Diehl 286 AQ Q T 11 ' tr egvrtffi l Y Q is Theta Delta Chi SIGMA DEUTERON CHARGE a ISQ5 Fralres in Urbe . Frank Kessenich, Jr. Victor Ct. Swenson Oliver Nl. Salisbury John Herman Thiclcens Harrison G. Roby Fraier in Facultale Stephen Moulton Babcock, Ph. D. Fraires in Universilale jumons Perry Osgood lVlcKinney Clement Astor Rosslnach Arthur john Wilmanns SOPHOMORES James 'Reeva Adams Earl Myron Hill Nevius Van Dyke Ballancf . Franlc Freeman Post Stuart Oakes Blythe Lew Wallace Springer Albert Rudolf Diehl Leonard Edward Stapleton FRESHMEN Roswell Knight Boutwell l-larry E. Kessenich Roman Christian Broclesser Roy Francis Lindsey Thomas Joseph Farley Murice Doane McKinney Donald Lahan jones Clarence R. Nevin College of Law SENIOR - Leo Maurice Tipton MIDDLE William Frawley l-lannan JUNIOR Leon Perry B ranyen 287 L,- Q' ,,,,?.4.,,,,,,,,'Q' MJ Beta ........... Gamma Deuteron. Delta Deuteron. Epsilon ..... V . Zeta ......... Zeta Deuteron Eta. ...... . Eta Deuteron. Theta Deuteron. lota ......... lota Deuteron. Kappa. ....... . Kappa Deuteron Lambda. .... . Mu Deuteron. Nu Deuteron. Xi ............ Omicron Deuteron Pi Deuteron. . Rho Deuteron.. Sigma Deuteron. Tau Deuteron. Phi. ...... . Chi .,...... Chi Deuteron. Psi ........ Theta Delta Chi . FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, l848 ROLL OF CHARGES ............................Co1-nell University . . . .University of Michigan . ..... University of California . . . .William and lVlary College . . . 4 ......... Brown University . . . . . , . . . . . . . .lVlcCiill University ...................Bowdoin College , . . . . . . .Leland Stanford, Jr., University . . . . .Massachusetts lnstitute of Technology ...................l-larvard University . . . . . .Williams College ...........Tufts College . . . . .University of Illinois . . . . .Boston University . . . . . ,Amherst College . . . . .Lehigh University ................l-lolsart College ................Dartmouth College .-.College of the City of New York ........ . . . . . .Columbia University . . . . . . . . .University of Wiscomin . . . . .University of Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lafayette College . . . . . . . . .University of Rochester . . . . .George Washington University ...,...........l"lamilton College 288 L F m: : , :. ' . it f -Q21,kL!ima,i-i- 3 .1 ,-,..., Q A OF 0 I , s 1 p s 1 on ESTABLISHED AT UNION COLLEGE 1833 ,, llblrd 1 --LQV pf X f ,:. k,,.: 6 m45.f,,,,gdf:1:i ' ...V- V if , 'f ' ' ' ..:' l . lik f -V V..: t PQ, 4 . 289 :gh N 75,5 f rw FS? r M x N Cc M e QLMW wwf, 5' , , , . ,, .. .,,, , . . -- H - 2 h 9 ev Q PSi Upsilon 290 f . Q .gun - X Y ' " x4:v' ,.,, Psi Upsilon RHO CHAPTER, 1896 Fralres in Urbe Cteorge Krogh Anderson Chauncey Ethridge Blake Charles Ruggles Boardman John Henry Bowman Oscar Dalzelle B randenburg Frederick Sarles Brandenburg Henry Casson, Jr. Herbert Edgar Chynoweth Bertrand Herrick Doyon Richard Henry Edwards Morris Fuller Fox Carl Albert Johnson Maurice lngult Johnson Charles Adelbert Lyman john Smith Main Vroman Mason William Bacon Roys Eugene Hiram Sanborn William Edward Smith John Miller Winterbotham Fralrcs in Faculiale Burr W. Jones Julius Emil Clson Xvilliam Stanley Marshall Edward Thomas Owen Max Mason Fralres in Universilale SENIORS Stephen Gilman Earl William Quirk JUNIORS Robert Pinkerton Heald Herman Helm Veerhusen Chapin Roberts Edgar Carpenter Wilson Harvey Haseltine Scholfield SoPHoivroREs Walter Ellsworth Blair Marson Wilgus Pierce Robert Paige Boardman jones Spencer Pullen Robert Linde Bowen, Robert Baker Richards Dexter Roundy Mapel Edward Nelson Whitney Jules Merrill Parmentier Elmer Frederick Wieboldt FRESHMEN Charles Stanley Allyn Frank Gordon Babcock Neill Williams Fox Robert Davis Hughes Charles Conover Lyford Douglas Merrill Par 221 Andrew George Raithel Richard Manson Skinner, Benjamin DeMilt Stone Perry Shumway Wagner Frederick Seacord Wilcox mentier 3.4. tl 1 . A. X ...fi 1 2,7 ' . - A Q. Psi Upsilon FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE ROLL OF CHAPTERS Theta... ........... Union College Delta... .... New York University Beta.. . . ........ Yale University Sigma. . .... Brown University Ciamma.. . . ....... Amherst College Zeta ...... ..... D artmouth College Lambda... .... Columbia University Kappa .... ..,.. B owcloin College Psi ..... ...... l-l amilton College Xi ..... ........ W esleyan College Upsilon. . . .... University of Rochester Iota ..... ........... K enyon College Phi. . . ..... University of Michigan Pi ........ ...... S yracuse University Chi .... . . . ...... Cornell University Beta Beta .... .... ..... T r inity College Eta . ..... ............. l.. ehigh University Tau. .. ..... University of Pennsylvania Mu .... Rho .... Omega. . . . . . . .University of Minnesota . . . .University of Wiseomin . . . . . .University of Chicago Epsilon ..... ..... U niversity of California 292 ,, 'Fur uuQ.L......'- sv ww m, E.. -. A ...,,,,.,. ,,,,.,5.1 ,. 1 .fav . , f 1 f II I I x BETA EPSILO OF Aappa Sigma ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 1867 1. f' P W 1.93" ,,A,!.1.., P' yr ,I,.I, K, M 5, f--2: v ,Sig-,kv ': '-v-.. war, ,, '. U W Mx ,A , ' , I 133 - . - ', 12 3 4 , ' . f' Q 53524 WQQW IX an iw ,Q ., 'fin Bain- 61548 lx Q sv-W ., M, , 1 I Zvi ,naw c lx!! 0 'fo' I 1 V151 I A 1f,,,,l .5 11,6711 3' ffl: ,Ziff if' 114 W, 1 s 10 4 x ' e 44 I 'Q Q Q 9 L 3 I 6 PQ I . , If -4' ' ' W '- " ,K22 " ' f ,' , ' gif , 5 IQ 1 I f ' 9 ' C ,gL 'f-- fy .Jn ' - " 4J- K- Y ' ' . 3:2-. Eiiiifivzrii V' ' V-ff ,..vzfi'1wff: , 114.21 :E Lk- E' . . W., 'i' +Qm::,5:g,:. .-fm,-ga:-fp f ' " ' f I ' ' - ' ' . ', ' ' M ' ' 553-f ' "5Z.FZ,gQ9.f.sf-'1l3f!"f Lliffii' 1-J., "1-iff .fr .Mi " 'J .. JI- V - - , , .. M,- fw cf 1 -'n--. 5 , g- ,. --, 5- -, ' , I -A . . .- ,. .an '. "L iff" 293 ., K , -' gy, , - j -, ' .Q 5 'Q QQ: Z.-'if' ZQ ji-:G Q5-'EQ ' lx' ' a- Kappa' Sigma . Harshaw V. Bonesteel Scudder Falk L. Bonesteel Mann Hoppersted Dixon Hayes Fucik Schmidt Parker While Becker Dean Lamm - Simons Peterson Lovejoy - . 294 495 f i AI' i t ,,.1 Kappa Sigma Fralres in Urbe Dewitte Dudgeon Baskerville Harry McKenna James Russell Holalains Melvin johnson. White Robert H. Tucker Xvilliam A. Robinson Morris I. Evinger Edgar W. Stanton, Jr. Lynn F. Cowan Edwin W. Grimmer Edward Ford Fralren in Faculiale Scott Holland Goodnight Xvilliam Henry Lighty Robert McArdle Keown Arthur Herbert Miller F1-eclerick Louis Baumbach Fraires in Universiiaie GRADUATE John Walter' Becker SENIORS Lloyd Gomer Bonesteel Oscar Paul Ostholt Robert Alexander Fucilc Alfred Charles Schmidt Albert Ray White Jasper Edgar Simons ,IUNIORS Victor Sophus Falk Karl Mowry Mann Charles Morrison Scudcler Edwin Hawley Hayes James Phillip Dean Everett Julius I-lopperstacl SOPHOMORES lsaac Nelson Lovejoy Cassius Michael Weber Verne Clinton Bonesteel Harrie Albert Baker George Burclitt Lake FRESHMEN Theodore Godfrey Christ Lamm Charles Hans Steinmueller Samuel Alexander Parker George Hall Dixon College of Law MIDDLE Alvin Benjamin Peterson jumok Myron Turner Hathaway I-larshaw A 295 Beta ..... Gamma. . Delta .... Zeta ..... Eta ...... Eta-Prime Theta .... lota ...... Kappa.. . . Lambda. . Mu ...... Nu ..... Xi ..... ""fE!.'d2.iWf' ua if 'Sz' . . izgzbk N , , .4 sggivnsg, ' . ' ., . , ' Q - ' . ssl , . . . 14. .Br ge. ia. Q. T- '12 " iss- be-11... 1 . .. wi.-1....-Lim-11s. .wig--fi .,,,, . ...Q-..1-., I ., -rf.. ,s.w,,, M.. e . M. .1 ,4s,.,.i1a5se.c,..,.:4,.ew,,. ..., MQ! . .1.,.. cs . ..fz- EL.: ,..s4.l...' ,:a,,...........-.te-1-.s..z1.-ff .atzwfw 1.1 .. .,.1- 4-.'sf:v..c.,.s .-..-..,.4-.'t,.4.,.f.m , Kappa Sigma FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY o E VIRGINIA, ACTIVE CHAPTERS University of Alabama . . . .Louisiana State University . . . . . . .Davidson College .. .University of Virginia Randolf-Macon College . . . . .. ...Trinity College Cumberland University . .Southwestern University Vanderbilt University .University of Tennessee . . . . .Washington and Lee College . . . .Williams and Mary College . .- ..... University of Arkansas Alpha Omega. . Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Alpha.. . Beta. .... . Gamma. . . Delta .... Epsilon. . Zeta. . . Eta. . . Theta .... Iota.. . . . Kappa .... Lambda. . . Mu ..... 1867 Pi. ..... .A ...... Swarthmore College Beta Nu. . . . Sigma. .... ....... T ulane University Beta Xi. . . . Tau .... ............ U niversity of Texas Beta Omicron.. Upsilon. .......... Hampden-Sidney College Beta Pi. . . . Phi .... .... S outhwestern Presbyterian College Beta Rho ..... . Chi ........ ................ P urdue University Beta Sigma. . . . . Psi. .......... ............ U niversity of Maine Beta Tau ..... .. . . Omega ......... ..... U niversity of the South Beta Upsilon.. Alpha Alpha. . . .... University of Maryland Beta Phi .... . . . . Alpha Beta .... ......... M ercer University Beta Chi .... . Alpha Gamma .... ........ U niversity of Illinois Beta Psi ...... Alpha Delta .... ..... P ennsylvania State College Beta Omega ..... Alpha Epsilon. . ..... University of Pennsylvania Gamma Alpha. . .. Alpha Zeta. . . .......... University of Michigan Gamma Beta. . . . Alpha Eta ..... .... G eorge Washington University Gamma Gamma. .. Alpha Kappa. .... ............ C ornell University Gamma Delta .... . Alpha Lambda. . . ........ University of Vermont Gamma Epsilon. .. Alpha Mu ..... .... U niversity of North Carolina Gamma Zeta .... Alpha Pi .... .............. W abash College Gamma Eta. .. Alpha Rho ..... .............. B owdoin College Gamma Theta. .. Alpha Sigma.. . . ........... Ohio State University Gamma lota. . . . . . Alpha Tau. .... .... G eorgia School of Technology Gamma Kappa ..... . Alpha Upsilon. . .............. Millsaps College Gamma Lambda. . . . Alpha Phi. . . ......... Bucknell University Gamma Mu. . . . . . . Alpha Chi. . . ..... Lake Forest University Gamma Nu. . . . . Alpha Psi .... .... U niversity of Nebraska ALUMNI CHAPTERS Boston, Mass. Portland, Ore. Concord, N. C. Buffalo, N. Y. Richmond, Va. Kinston., N. C. lthaca, N. Y. Washington, D. C. Wilmington, N. C New York, N. Y. Cleveland, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Philadelphia, Pa. Texarkana, Ark. Birmingham, Ala. Scranton, Pa. Indianapolis, Ind. Montomery, Ala. Danville, Va. Milwaukee, Wis. Mobile, Ala. Lynchburg, Va. Fort Smith, Ark. Savannah, Ga. Newport News, Va. Norfolk, Va. Vicksburg. Miss. Louisville, Ky. Salt Lake City, Utah Schenectady, N. Y. Kansas City, Mo. Pine Bluff, Ark. Jackson, Miss. Ruston, La. San' Francisco, Cal. 296 Waco, Texas. Durham, N. C. Seattle, Wash. Chattanooga, Tenn. Covington, Tenn. . . . . .William Jewell College ........... . .Brown University ...... . . . . . . .Richmond College . . . . . . . . .University of Missouri Washington and Jefferson College . .... ' . .University of Wisconsin .Leland Stanford, Jr., University . . .Alabama Polytechnic Institute . . . . . . . . . .University of Indiana ...... . . . . . . .Lehigh University . .New Hampshire State College University of Georgia . . . . . .University of Minnesota University of Kentucky University of California University of Denver . . . . . .Dickinson College . . . .University of Iowa .Washington University . . . . . .Baker University North Carolina A. Sz M. College .Case School of Applied Science . . . . . .Missouri School of Mines . . . . . .University of Washington . . . . . . . . . .Colorado College . . . . . . .University of Oregon . . . . . . . . .University of Chicago . . . .Colorado School of Mines . . . .Massachusetts State College . . . . . . . . . .Dartmouth College . . . . .New York University . . , . . .Harvard University . . . . . . .University of Idaho . . . . . . . . .Syracuse University . . . . .University of Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . lowa State College .E . . .Washington State College . . . . . . . .lyashburn College Jackson, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.. . Nashville, Tenn. Columbus, Ohio. Pittsburg, Pa. Chicago, lll. Danville, Ill. Yazoo City, Miss. Los Angeles, Cal. Little Rock, Ark. St. Louis, Mo. New Orleans, La. Denver, Col. .1 . . . .:'l.7,vnr4n . S - 'H J! - v-V,-.- ,, ,,-, ,, C . 1 1. Q ,., 1 ,4 . Q, W ALPHA THETA Phi Kappa Sigma ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 1850 Tw v.,, ..,,.X.....,-. 2 11'f,xi'W , - fi ' X J f +1 . N N f' f ff' ' 31 Sf" il 5 QA ' I I"s'+ff- - 15345521 P Jig .. f- 1 : E m u ' If Q s' 1 ,ffpfkrrz ' f .:1gg,1fy--'- -Qmwf-,. 1 297 , ' - ' ' 1 4 3 ,. ' , 5 ,Q 'Yggbiyff eqxem 5 Tin , ' gi :.'1.S.,l .,,. ' zz-1.41--f,.i1,'ffl--2, .:'1',e?5f-.5 . Q-, A , ' - ,' E2 1 Phi Kappa Sigma .298 mes 19 Q ,gel texas r fa i t , rasisr 1L , ,s 1 . s l .f,5 .A , ,, i V Phi Kappa Sigma ALPHA-THETA CHAPTER l9Ol Fralrcs in Urbc John Calkins Miller Frank Arthur Newton jesse Edward Theohalcl Fralrcs in Facullale Joh.. Givan Davis Mack i Louis Reber James Vllebster Watson Orson Clarlce Gillett Fralres in Universitaie Sr-:mens Edward James Fisher Richard Puls Watke Konrad Foeste Schreier jumons Xvilliam Canterbury' Howe Clarence Ferdinand Grunert Vere Lorraine McCarthy Arthur I-Ierbert'Noyes Louis Earhardt Reber SOPHOMORES Fred Charles I-laeger Paul Edward Lunde Milton William Larsen Thomas Henry Morgan- ta FRESHM1-:N Paul Vere Frary Charles De Witt Conlcey George Perry Griffith Hugh Jackson Reber Kenneth Edward Voght 299 . 1. 1, ,Q:, - a.C1w.g4. 6, 1 fs. fe, Phi Kappa Sigma FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY or PENNSYLVANIA, 1850 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Alpha. . . Delta .... Epsilon.. . Zeta. . . Eta .... Iota .... Mu.. . . Rho. . . Tau .... Upsilon .... Phi ......... Psi ........... Alpha-Alpha. . . Alpha-Gamma.. . . Alpha-Delta .... Alpha-Delta .... Alpha-Zeta .... Alpha-Theta. . . Alpha-Iota ..... Alpha-Kappa .... Alpha-Lamda.. . . . Alpha-Mu ..... Alpha-Nu .... Alpha-Xi .... Alpha-Omic ron . Alpha-Pi .... Philadelphia Pittsburg Richmond New York ACTIVE , . . . . . . . . .University of Pennsylvania .. . .Washington and jefferson College ................DicI4inson College . . . . .Franklin and Marshall College . . . . . . . . . . .University of Virginia . . .. .. . . .Columbia University . . . . . . .Tulane University . . . . . .University of Illinois . . . .Randolph-Macon College , . . .Northwestern University ..............RicI'1mond College . . . . . , . .Pennsylvania State College . . . . .Xvashington and Lee University . . . . .University of West Virginia ..............University of Maine . . . .Armour Institute of Technology . . . . . . . . .University of Maryland . . . . . . .University of Wisconsin . . . . . ..... Vanderbilt University ....... . . . . . . .University of Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of California Massachusetts Institute of Technology , . . . . .Cteorgia Institute of Technology .................Purdue University , . . . . . . .University of Michigan . . . . .University of Chicago ALUMNI New Orleans Chicago - Baltimore Southern California 300 v,.L l , ., A. Q f I GAMMA LAMBDA I OF 1gII1 El 11 - ESTABLISHED AT I I THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE A 1869 ' ' ' ' OSF ' f f 301 J,-L, vxl5"L- - .1 'i"- Q , . , . , X, , 'HL "1" '7--'-'i"'i"ihvf,""- '."'fff" ff Ziff' 4-6.g?K,-Q-Y L11-715 -"iv H532-3,1-V .F NH Jlzvv l-'.'1 ' 'vi "'f1i'-:iff 'U'-.,-f'3Z'f5.'iZ1'1'u!'1-6'-L-.-2,3 4,31-i?:3b'f"LLG"'-5 ii' Z'T"'1,fG?HM'i, - il wif'11-1-YS,.f,fZ'Il,n'ffi"-fiQP3l5z7g.'?.1.5 ,Q 4:-:A r.,Nf,z,:-:::ss,'g.-af,9.153--15-I-.-f 3 fp fn:-ffgf gi.-:xg-' Q,-,y:,f, 511- - Q w- :gsm-'Q''--vi-,4-,-::1-1-1 pw'-in-,1:,p:f.f Inu-f':"44.:,:'-n.112'1.-111:15-'-:A--Q1-jg-'. 1-1.1-gif.-,' :f.cef4q.:3vx1 .g'E7f mail:-,.r-'11, 6:12:11 f 15-if -gaze f.,'1-1'-49-'-'iv --ran ' mai. '452'f1's-az ef E y-.-13 f- 111:-6' 5w-s,v,- -:,!: r" 'A':3irff345w,,s, L-'r,w: XSwg:91+e -Q , ,, + v, ,V e- ,fi v- i-1 -- lm - ' ' f ,w e Wi.,-1 g-,cxqy gfgg - ,5-e5, ,:.,i-pe Y-,nm W f-uf.-Zh G mm- m41g,1.gfg-zyrfpfz, ,4-Q.-vegfgw '. f,e+.-if fe-'1 af'-s. ' 1,9 '.,1J.i5'1'G1,5?I: , i,..w 5+f.p. ' f w ffff w YW '-I " Sigma Nu Godfrey Sheridan Barker Wahl Fraser Schuelter Quigley Welker Schuster Timm Dawson l-l'Doubler Culver Fuller Racine Green Wheeler Ness I. Fraser Childs Nye Baldwin Bundy i Stiles Kool: Foster Bacon Hoyt Uhen Newell 302 G1 JC.f'a'..n..a..aN9a s a r r 4 fs Sigma Nu GAMMA LAMBDA CHAPTER l902 Fraircs in Urbc Faraday Henry Bernhard Chauncey Rex Welton Arthur john Hughes Chester Edward Rightor Harry Culver Judson Earl Fuller Robert Dickinson Green Vaughn Robert Bacon Lawrence Merrill Baldwin Basil Hubert Barker Raymond Francis Foster Rudolph uhm Daniel Devenclorph Shuster Arthur Olds Fralres in Faculiale William Otis Hotchkiss Francis Craig Krauskopf Warren Judson Mead Ray Sprague Owen Augustus James Rogers, jr. Fralres in Universiiaie GRADUATE Francis Todd H'Doubler SENIORS Ralph Melvin Hoyt jumoxzs Xvilliam joseph Quigley Robert Louis Shuetter SOPHOMORES john Fraser, Jr. Walter Wellman Elisha Ford Wheeler FRESHMEN Harry Eugene Bundy James Gordon Nye John Ensign Sheridan College of Law SENIOR - NX7alter Henry Timm jumoa B ennet Phelps Stiles 303 Paul Swan Godfrey Leslie Longley Walter Charles William Dawson Clarence Charles Niss Howard l-legg Newell Leonard Chapin Childs Erwin Miles Fraser Vincent William 'Koch Richard Webster Wahl 'SW Q' j A.. . "rs:-m'fmfte ' .-'4z9'm-SmN,mves.-1s1f.mswf,.:ev:-..4-wa-v-weehwigs, v.. fa , msg.-. .La-.'szx.A.i,.i..1-sais-,-fw.-ees.-v,-,,tas,es Sigma Nu FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1869 Syracuse University Leland Stanford, Jr., University Washington. and Lee University Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Texas Lombard University Emory College University of Illinois Rose Polytechnic institute Missouri State School of Mines University of Vfest Virginia Missouri State University University of California Northwestern University Vvilliam Jewell College University of Chicago De Pauw University Tulane University Purdue University Mercer University University of indiana University of Alabama Vanderbilt University Ohio State University State School of Kentucky University of Minnesota Albion College North Georgia Agricultural College Case School of Applied Science Wfestern Reserve University Pennsylvania State College ALUMN Stevens Institute of Technology Colorado State School of Mines University of North Carolina University of Oregon lowa State College Bethany College University of Arkansas University of Pennsylvania North Carolina.A. M. College Georgia School of Technology University of Nvashington State University of Iowa University of Michigan Washington University University of Montana Cornell University Lafayette College Mt. Union College Lehigh University University of Vermont University of Georgia . University of Colorado University of Virginia Louisiana State University Kansas State University I-loward College University of Wisconsin Dartmouth College Columbia University Oklahoma University Virginia Military lnstitute New York City, New York San Francisco, California Chicago, lllinois Seattle, Washington Baton Rouge, Louisiana Cleveland, Ohio indianapolis, indiana Davenport, iowa Lexington, Kentucky ' Denver, Colorado Atlanta, Georgia Kansas City, Missouri Milwaukee, Wisconsin Boston, Massachusetts Columbus, Ohio Louisville, Kentucky St. Louis, Missouri Toledo, Ohio Wheeling, West Virginia Salisbury, North Carolina Portland, Oregon Des Moines, Iowa Pueblo, Colorado Birmingham, Alabama Shelbyville, Kentucky Dallas, Texas Charlotte, North Carolina Pittsburg, Pennsylvania . , ,, . .A- , . , , ' . 3 .gvwh '- . - W1SCO.N SIN Alpha Delta ESTABLISH ED AT HAMILTON COLLEGE 1832 if-LL Q - . ,L.,,.y,4,, . m2 5.k,m ,,z.f ,Q 14g, gw,,,,- ..-,,, 4M-i. - Sz'-'ma--f'f+k.:qa-zwwmma 1'-A .ff .zasfpdsazz-3. 'fv -s w 'fQ1:--- "f P" ' 4Z" QiB'-1wv'S2-vfszf bv-W ,.sNx1 awM 1"f -Q' : Alpha Delta Phi Wilkinson . Tiffany McGonagle Watts Frey Jones B randel Grannis Tristram Alton Esch Lewis Slade McKey Jaquith Bickel Wilson Castle Welser ' Coleman George Nash Pickarcl 306 Ba C1 Q5 6-1" Qf 'Q' -,a,.s'.-,swf Q-.-s.-Jef-7 -- ,- ' R, .N in 07,3 , 1 Alpha Delta Phi XVISCONSIN CHAPTER 1902 Fratrcs in Urbe , Charles Stuart Sheldon Frank Henry Petrie Stanley lVl, Boyd Fralres in Facullale Richard Theodore Ely Frederick William Roe john Charles Freeman Oliver P. Watts William Amasa Scott Otis Amsden Gage Fralres in Universitalc Si-:Nicks Harolcl Leroy Biclcel l-larry McPherson Brandel V Earle Edwin Tiffany JUNIORS - Douglas Francis McKey John Lathrop Slade joseph Sargent lVlcGonagle SOPHOMORES Lewis Kemper Wilson Arthur Eclwarcl Picl-:ard Louis DeWitt Jones Allen Fourestier Jaquith Marcus Evarts Wilkinson Robert Earl Coleman Robert Dix Tristram Leo Nash John Parish Lewis Irving Van Vliet Grannis FRESHMEN Lewis Gould Castle Robert Leslie Alton Marshall Woods George Paul Herbst Esch 307 George Brinton Welser, jr. Howard lVlan.ley Watts Robert Rogers Frey, Jr. Homer A. Davis , 'Qtr 8' T 11 G 1 9 1 1 G 'F 1 ,X 8 Jil' ., . . . . -. . . ,ss-' 553.1119 ,V ,. . , -' . . ' , H . g .9 11 fra. - ' ' ,n - -. a- , 4 1 1.1 ,, - I -w xe- -,.,,i:..-ivg-I I. .A ,Tv -i 1- :Q--.-LZ, exif' i'.:1,2 I:. :.. f .- , ,Q ff-5 1 V.-a " " 'rf Kiwi, t -. '-8' -1 F 9.25141-m2:fQ-5:35 'va WJ" '-:rm 5 5 wx, Alpha Delta Phi FouNm:D AT I'lAM1LTON COLLEGE, 1832 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Hamilton.. ..... Hamilton College Columbia.. ..... Columbia College, Brunonian ..... Brown University Yale ...... . ..... Yale University Amherst ..... .... A mherst College Hudson ...... ...... A delbert College Bowdoin ...... ....... B owdoin College Dartmouth ..... ........ D artmouth College Peninsular. .. .... University of Michigan Rochester. . .... University of Rochester, Williams. .... ........... W illiams College Manhattan. . . . .... College City of New York Middletown .... ........ W esleyan University, Kenyon ...... .......... K enyon College, Union. ..... ........ U nion College, Cornell ...... ...... C ornell University Phi Kappa .... . Johns Hopkins. . . . . Minnesota .... Toronto .... Chicago .... McGill .... Wisconsin California . . . . . . . . . .Trinity College .Johns Hopkins Universitv . ..... University of Minnesota . . . . ,University of Toronto . . . .University of Chicago . . . . . . .McGill University . . . . . University of Wisconsin ..University of California 308 1 1 1832 1836 1836 1837 1837 1841 1841 1846 1846 1851 1851 1855 1856 1858 1859 1869 1878 1889 1891 1893 1896 1897 1902 1908 Z-N 44. ,.w -,, - A .,,i S SS 3, Self WISCONSIN ALPHA igma Alpha Epsilon THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA 1856 71322.-,J . 4'i'35F- ' :. zz.: 309 V 1.-frm, A ,A K., 6' ., Q , .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon ' McMahon Kearney Hollmeyer Dickinson Oistad Birch A. Johnson Ash Goggins Sheriff Fenn S. Phelps Mel-Iugh Bainbridge Buclcl Nash Watkins Q Barton Falge Peltier Hering Pickett Smith Gillan White Horner Blanchard Kuehn H. Phelps H. Johnson Webbe 21 .l , V. 4 310 , + .f :,.g,i1qAt in A. .w 6114- Sigma Alpha Epsilon XVISCONSIN ALPHA CHAPTER l903 Fralres in Urbe William Bryant Bennett Fred William MacKenzie Theodore Clarence Farnese Arne C. Lerum Fralres in Facullale Ralph Thurman Craigo Rollin Henry Denniston E. William Frederick Giese Linneais Wayland Dowlin . Ct. Hastings Fralrcs in Universilatc GRADUATE , Stewart l..aml9ert Clark jesse Billings Barton, Jr. Alfred N. Budd SENIORS Hugo Henry Hering juwioas 3 Albert Birch Francis Bartholomew McMahon Kendall Foote Dickinson Hubert Draper White Robert James White . Som-iomonrgs Walter L. Bainbridge Clarence Charles Fenn Paul Harned Gillan Harry l... Hollmeyer Chester William Horner Vvillard Ashton johnson J. Hamilton johnson William E.. Wehhe Victo Harry S. Nash Harold Frederick Phelps Kenneth William Pickett Frederick Belny Sheriff Robert Marsh Watkins FRESHMEN Henry Carl Kuehn Frank McHugh Elmer Nels Oistad r Michel Peltier College of Law Sr:N1oRs George Washington Blanchard Charlei FOISICY Smith, lr. MIDDLE Sumner Henry Phelps . U EIUNIORS Ottmar john Falge ' Hugh Xvilliam Coggin Thomas Matthew Kearney, lr. 311 wi-, sieg Iv of sn A m ' ' - ' I .ir fiwies ' ' ' 1 . 1 , sigma Alpha Epsilon Harvard University Dartmouth College Nvorcester Polytechnic Cornell Columbia University St. Stephens College Washington and Lee University University of Virginia University of Michigan Adrian. College IVIt. Union College Ohio Wesleyan University University of Cincinnati University of Georgia Emory College University of Missouri Washington University University of Colorado Denver University Louisiana State ROLL OF CHAPTERS PROVINCE ALPHA University of Maine Boston University Institute Massachusetts Institute of Technology PROVINCE 'BETA Syracuse University Pennsylvania State College .Allegheny College Bucknell University Dickinson College Gettysburg College University of Pennsylvania PROVINCE GAMMA George Washington University Davison College University of North Carolina Wofford College PROVINCE DELTA Ohio State University Northwestern University Case School of Science University of Illinois Franklin College ' University of Chicago University of Minnesota Purdue University University of Wisconsin University of Indiana PROVINCE EPSILON Georgia School of Technology Mercer University Southern University Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Alabama PROVINCE ZETA , University of Kansas University of Nebraska University of Iowa University of Arkansas Iowa State College PROVINCE ETA Colorado School of Mines University of California Leland Stanford, Jr., UniVersityUniversity of Washington PROVINCE TI-IETA University University of Mississippi Tulane University University of Texas University of Oklahoma PROVINCE IOTA ' Central University Southern Presbyterian University University of Tennessee Bethel College Cumberland University University of the South Kentucky State College Vanderbilt University Union University Alliance, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Boston, Mass. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chicago, Ill. Cincinnati, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS Columbia, S. C. Columbus, Ga. Denver, Colo. Detroit, Mich. Evanston, Ill. Florence, Ala. Iowa City, Iowa Kansas City, Mo. Lexington, Ky. Lincoln, Nebr. Little Rock, Ark. Louisville, Ky. Macon, Ga. Madison, Mass. Memphis, Tenn. Milwaukee, Wis 312 Minneapolis, Minn. Nashville, Tenn. New Orleans, La. New York, N. Y. Pensacola, Pla. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburg, Pa. Raleigh, N. C. San Francisco, Cal Savannah, Ga. Schenectady, N. Y Seattle, Wash. St. Louis, Mo. Syracuse, N. Y. Washington, D. C. Wilmington, N. C. ww-The 1911 Badge 1 f 11'1 f 1. .. . 2, f. . . .. .. RHO DELTA E OF elta Kappa psilon YALE UNIVERSITY 1844 1943, .-X 'I 3- Ave., 313 QQST11 11 Q 6,1 ss ,. V- - r V.. 3 AEE A k 3 . .3 ,. .1-ff - , ' .j-15 D . ' ' 1 ' . . i ' . . -. - ' . ' ' , .- ,' iii? ' : 1 ' K .... 1 . . ' pf 2'-"1 . 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Wood Fralres in Universiiale SENIORS Monte Fiore Appel james Riclcetson Coleman Sumner Hurst Lloyd john Woodworth Wilce Vfilliam Raymond Holmes junioas Harold Augustus Arpin Harold Nowell Crawford Erwin Joseph Dohrnen Laurence Farrington Gilletl Horace Grandin Johnson Foye Peabody Hutchinson William Gilchrist Pearsall Henry Doerr, Jr. Ray Weston Hart SOPHOMORES Charles Edwin Bennett Francisco Marcos Cardenas john George Floyd Max Edward Friedmann George Frederick Mayer Frederick Ronald Peterson Jay Henley Williams FRESHMEN George Allen Bush Charles I-Ienry Cannon Oren Lyman Dwight James Allen Grimes Arthur Nicholas Kuhnen Vvalier Alexander Sheriffs john Xvigren, Jr. Frank Lloyd Wright College of Law SENIOR Fred Wentworth Dohmen JUNIOR Willger Morris Derthicla GRADUATE Federico Felipe Cardenas 315 . ,. 1 Q or is fsfas.am-.-.1,!i1-.1.Q .... I A..,. t -f-. .-4-at-.,1,e1:2:5gm-2gi'-fpllre-aLa?.f1' Delta Kappa Epsilon FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, 1844 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Yale University Bowdoin College Colby University Amherst College Vanderbilt University University of Alabama Brown University University of Mississippi University of North Carolina University of Virginia Miami University Kenyon College Dartmouth College Central College of Kentucky Midcllebury College University of Michigan Williams College Lafayette College Hamilton College Colgate University College of the City of New York 316 University of Rochester Rutgers College De Pauw University Wesleyan University Rensselaer Polytechnic institute Aclelbert College Cornell University University of Chicago Syracuse University Columbia University University of California Trinity College University of Minnesota Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tulane University University of Toronto University of Pennsylvania McGill University Lelancl Stanford, -Ir., University University of illinois University of Wisconsin .-.. 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Lamphere Bernard R. lVlcBricle Fralrcs in Facullale Charles K. Leith William Ct. Lottes E.. C. Perrow Fralres in Univcrsilaie GRADUATES Ssmoas Ward L. Ray Louis S. Davis Donald D. Curindell John X. Neumann Harry N. Sutherland John E. Treleven Frank E. Williams JUNIORS J. Rudolph Iakisch Aubrey D. Spence Arthur F. Winter SoPHo1v1oREs Harold Ci. Frost Ray E. lVlcC-owan College of Law SENIORS JUNIOR Frank Jenks 319 Albert Loblrr W. W. Miller . . 1 'gg ' gitgmhi -. 1- -. . . . . . . 5 11.3 51" ig" ,. : 1. i ' ' ' - 3 B C 11 Q Q -J" ' -"""' ' " w, .ng " W Ill'-0.1 C 5 i . Acacia FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY or MICHIGAN, 1904 Aleph .... Beth ..... Gimel .... Daleth ..... He ...... Waw .... Teth.. . . . Heth ..... Yodh ...... Kaph ........ Lamedth ..,.. Mem ...... Nun. .... . Samehlc .... Ayin ..... Pe ........ Tsadhe ..... Koph .... Resh ..... Shin ....... Tav .....,..... . Aleph Aleph ..... ROLL OF CHAPTERS . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Michigan . . . . .Leland Stanford, jr., University . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Kansas . . . . . . . . .University of Nebraska . . . . .University of Califomia . . . . .Ohio State University . . . . . . . .Harvard University . . . . . . . . .University of Illinois . . . .University of Pennsylvania . . . . .University of Minnesota . . . . .University of Wisconsin . . . .University of Missouri . . . . . .Cornell University . . . . . . .Purdue University . . . .University of Chicago ....... . .Yale University . . . .Columbia University .. . . . . . .Iowa State College ... . . . . . . .University of Iowa . . . .Pennsylvania State College , . . . . . . . . .Oregon University . . . .University of Washington 370 l - - ' 4i r: :. .a' P ki. Eid? if "4 1'L:f'L'Qt '--4 WISCONSIN GAMMA TAU . OF . Alpha au Gmega ESTABLISHED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE ' 1865 IIII I 321 - ,x V ,12 :-, c 1' ' " 'Sz---f-: , g 1: we -- we ' we 3 All NX, sins- .5 -'21 :zu-' '-4.,r"-vw, f:T-,il-1-zv"2.':4Sufsgrs-lr.11 -:"'.,:-HQ:-.xy :1y.f--.v::g5.,- 1 , e - " 'w",'v wif: iw-f-v.p:ia1:f-,-21wf-V-if ma Cs in-1' Q'17'-ikilfi' :if '21 1- 2-QQ' ,rv F I , W L 1 McGill I... A. Wood Weaver Vosskuehler Wells Grell Zimmerman A. B. P. Wood Jones Weber Schulte Bennett Magill Roelil Chatterton Dyer Christians Bradley Freund Erickson V Shape Brown Woodard Reis Edwards Severson Stevens Ruenzel Blanding ' A 322- Q 911 J i cc Q, e ess If ' V X . 1 M t ggillhil .iv Y Y V. i ' h i, V, -V . Y. , ' , V 4- . 5 - I . L- .HH vw . 1 I ' .3 '13 - -' , V 1 gf' 4,-1, " 1 41 ,,,L5'5,3' ' ' A - . .:.:eg:,Li,1 75 13 ,54 , ' 9' :. 1- ' ff..,- . 2--'-1:-rw.-efwiff -K ... ..,-..,a . : ,, J .. 2 .- ... A , .... Alpha Tau Omega NVISCONSIN GAMMA TAU CHAPTER l907 Fralrcs in Urbc Edwin P. C-ruhl John P. Baker S. A. Krell I Ca. A. Conrey Fralrcs in Facullale Nlazyck P. Ravanel Thomas l-l. Dickinson Arthur C.. Laird joseph S. Evans Joseph H. Vosslcuehler Casimir D. Zdanowicz Nvalter Meek Joseph S. Galland Nvilliam D. Pence Edgar E. Robinson SENIORS Benjamin F. Bennett Nvalter B. Schulte Burns O. Severson JUNIORS Otto F. Bradley Lucien A. Wood Arthur B. P. Wood Paul Weaver Yvilliam H. Conlin SOPHOMORES George P. Christians Carl l-l. Ruenzel Henry P. Edwards Alfred C. Shape Donald G. Magill Elbert C. Stevens Nvalter H. Grell Selwyn C. Nvoodard Fred R. Zimmerman i FRESHMEN Damon A. Brown Virgil L. Blanding George A. Chatterton Claude Dyer Kenneth W. Erickson Carl Freund Allen M. ,McGill Alvin C. Reis Loyal Cx. Tillotson Chester C. Wells l-lenry Weber' College of Lam SENIOR Julius O. Roehl JUNIOR john D. Jones, Jr. 323 'H 1 'SQ' Tfvexg 1. G G G Q -. - A . 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Alpha Tau Omega FOUNIJED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, l865 Alabama Polytechnic Institute Southern University University of Alabama University of Florida University of Georgia Emory College Mercer University Georgia School of Technology Tulane University University of Texas University of Illinois University of Chicago Rose Polytechnic Institute Purdue University Adrian College Hillsdale College University of Michigan Albion College University of Wisconsin CHAPTER University of Colorado Simpson College Iowa State College University of Kansas University of Minnesota University of Missouri University of Nebraska University of Washingto University of lVlaine Colby College Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tufts College Worcester Polytechnic Institute Brown University University of Vermont Columbia University St. Lawrence University, Cornell University Muhlenberg College ROLL Pennsylvania College University of Pennsylvania University of North Carolina Trinity College College of Charleston Washington and Lee University University of Virginia n IVIount Union College Wittenburg College ' Ohio Wesleyan University Wooster University Ohio State University Western Reserve University State University of Kentucky Southwestem Presbyterian Univer Vanderbilt University Union University University of the South University of Tennessee Washington and Jefferso Lehigh University n. College I ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS Allentown, Pa. Atlanta, Ga. Buffalo, N. Y. Chicago, Ill. Columbus, Ohio Charleston, S. C. Dallas, Texas Denver, Col, Indianapolis, Ind'. Louisville, Ky. Minneapolis, Minn. Nashville, Tenn. New Orleans, La. Philadelphia, Pa. Portland, Ore. Reading, Pa. St. Louis, Mo. Washington, D. C. Alliance, Ohio Birmingham, Ala. Boston, Mass. Cleveland, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Kansas City, Mo. Manila, P. I. Montgomery, Ala. New York, N, Y. Omaha, Neb. Pittsburg, Pa. Providence, R. I. Savannah, Ga. Salt Lake City, Utah Youngstown, Ohio University of Oregon sity O ,.,,. ALPHA OF WISCONSIN OF L . - S1g ma P111 ESTABLISHED AT - UNION COLLEGE I W 1827 I L O LE L ' I 325 3 V. ,,.., ., - lr- jul f K 5,:.1,.,, X M. . , " f 44,51 - 4- , 155, Q -521, 3 gfgri'-15 up QW "' 'rv-.-032' '54-':,7-Ei:-,w '- - b V. 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Hobart College .University of Michigan Alpha of Pennsylvania .... ........ l.. ehigh University Epsilon of New York. Alpha of Wisconsin. . . . . . . .Cornell University University of Wisconsin v 1 University of Vermont, 1 u I 827 I 83 I I 834 I 840 I 845 I 858 I 886 I 890 I 908 f., . ' R i ' "1 ' A ' f-M1 if-" 1'v:iiw,mc ,,nh KAPPA Alpha Sigma ESTABLISHED AT YALE UNIVERSITY 1845 V -.ii1- 15535-6 3' 'A ini ' F" - H "'j:f51S2,,5y:W" ' 329 X , Evnrb Q A 'X':'7"'- ' , . , .D V . . . , -. , , 5 ., .V .. 'i 151--25:6-'J "JT tiiiei-5'-Mi ,ASL ' Q. :L fm - ' -f 1 ' . . 1 'E:i"' N-1.52-M' Ek : 13361 F562?,f211"E'11'fZKikQr'ia.--'2?:.3f1"-?" J:SFf?x-,f-aw L ' N 'f 'ff Alpha Sigma Phi Scluwenker Vvied Mohr Brainard Heilman Burke Esau Hyde Worthington Dietrick Neuman Esau 330 W ' B cl Q-v Q 'Nz Ct' 1-gp! 'J ,f ' T135-"'g:"'l'1i' u- 'fi T' A .- ' 663. 1 v iii'-xi" 1. ' - ,f Q".-un VL.. ' , , ' V A. - --W i .. ' Q.. i' ' if . . . ,. MM Y 5 in ' ' ""' ' 'H' r 4':"'5"' KJ - ., .. ' " mn v:4Lwf . ,.,1.q,'. 5 ' Alpha Sigma Phi KAPPA CHAPTER I 909 Fralres in Urbe john H. Roemer Fralres in Universiialc SENIORS George E. Worthington Robert Newman .IUNIORS Cari VV. Esau Calvin F. Schwenker G. Waiter Esau Roman A. Heilman Xxfalter E.. Wied SOPHOMORE Kenneth R. Burke FRESHMEN Harry D. Brainard Armin W. Hyde Lloyd H. Mohr , College of Law SENIOR Rufus S. Dietrich 331 fo QW sei' ze Xe W. 1. 7 W 'bf 'kwa .ez....efza J - V - 1 1 - U -24152: .4f:..Z'.1.N..-1.5-.,1,.,fg.gf-:eg.:--bwgiv-:gli-3 5 - z ...J ,vf'f fiZft'-'Wrf 65935 '2 w w f- H 155-3? ' ,Q Q 4'f' f1' R i?Lf'5i5. 3 :mm-.: .f::.v-. v -on .. rs.'mf'-m::m..ww-' ' -4 ,1f:1:a:.:,.,a.,. . n.s semi Y ' Q- su m-- . "' Alpha. . . Beta .... Gamma. . . Delta ..... Epsilon. . . Zeta ..... Eta ..... Theta. . . lota ..... Kappa .... Alpha Sigma Phi FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, I845 ROLL OF CHAPTERS . . . . . .Yale University . . . .Harvarcl University . . . . . . . . . .Amherst College .. . . . . . . . . . .Marietta College ...Ohio Wesleyan University . . . . . .Ohio State University . . . . . .University of Illinois . . . .University of Michigan . . . . . . . .Cornell University . . . .University of Wisconsin 332 1AL, ,1,,4 Fi - '2 ...4 ,,'A4 1 ,-,., l,, 1 ..-'L k A J .N +,Ai .1 . ., , .,, , W ,,,,. K. , Pro essiona Fraterniueb ' m'57h-x 1 , XA - I .. A. zf I , V tm 1-5555, A , , - , . , .. . ., , ,- i4 gykx1-.-5,f,-wf- !L::f...:-' !"'1::fze:fS::' 4:-Ei. sv.iEx:,,-LzAf:n,m:4.v5:45:45 www . k'-lisa., ,mm " v."'1rf'.M.. uf wean 12.-.wm v x, e-.,,4-ax .-.ls.ei-:-.-11,1-A. ,-ata .-:-bak, 4 Phi Delta Phi Hirsch Holmes Murphy Baker jones Kerschensteiner Burgess Meyer Donnelly Te Selle Dohmen Orchard Hanchell Vvhaley Noyes Ryan Bunker . Hannan Hogan Rundell Whitney Horan Smith Fletcher Stiles Golclschmiclt Coors-en Puchner Folge 334 Q, sf T 1 ,5 of Q 9 -V A - - 1 . , 4' .2.5fffs:.-,yu ' is 5 . Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi HARLAN CHAPTER 1891 Frulres in Urbe H Carpenter Bertrand H. Doyon Sephus E.. Driver M. S. Duclgeon Frank l... Gilbert Paul Curnee Harry Hewitt William T. Kelsey Vvilliam A. Klatte Frank W. Lucas John S. Main Vroman Mason Henry H. Morgan Fred S. Peterson Chas, F. Riley Alfred T. Rogers Victor E. Rogers Earl Tillotson Samuel T. Walker' John M. Winterbotham Voyta Wrabetz Cari N. Hill R. M. Bashford George C. Riley Wm. B. Roys Wm. M. Smith Samuel T. Swanson E.. H. McMahon W. XV. Cook Stephen W. Gilman Robert Bruce Scott William U. Moore Fred W. Dohmen Emmet A. Donnelly Mark F. Jones P. Murphy William Goldsmith Kenneth F. Burgess Marx Hirsch Emmet Horan James M. Hogan Eugene F. Bunker Bennet ,Stiles Clarlc R. Fletcher Frutrcs in Facullaie lohn M. Olin Harry S. Richards, Dean Burr. W. Jones John B Sanborn Charles H. Huherich Fralres in Universilaie SENIORS Milton Orchard Rudolph E. Puchner Oliver S. Runclell Charles F. Smith, Jr. Wildon F. Whitney MIDDLES Louis A. Coorsen Frank C. Meyer Haskell Noyes Clarence Te Selle William F. Hannan JUN1oRs Mark Kerschensteiner Vilas H. Whaley 335 Eugene Ryan Sydney Baker David S. Hanchett john O. Folge Donald Holmes G - e S1 TNQ' 'iii' YU . - ' .. f" " '. -' ' ,.: . -s" ua-. ' .-' , . -v , w ia I 4 ,.r, ' , , g , . - - Q - is-'l"'e sf: . , , .- , 5-i.Ig.Qf fi ?-W5-.A 4' '-15,52 Q. fag" rw e-' ?f:1.g11fi-TL? 5 , ' S121 fi ,. B :,f1,f5.' sg' .ii ,fili - f x f Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi Kent, . . . Booth.i . . Story .... Cooley .... Pomeroy. Marshall. Webster.. Hamilton Gibson. . Choate.. . Waite. . . Field .... Conklin.. Tiedeman, . Minor.. . . Dillon.. . . Daniels. . Chase.. . . l-larlan. . Swann... FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, l869 ROLL OF CHAPTERS ..........................University of Michigan . . . .Northwestern University ...........,.......Columhia University . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,Washington University, Mo. ..... Hastings College of Law, San Francisco . .. ........ t .... George Washington University .. ..................... Boston University . . . . . . .University of Cincinnati . . . . .University of Pennsylvania .. . . . . . . . .Harvard University .. . . . . . . . . .Yale University . Q . . .New York University . . . . . . . .Cornell University . . . . .University of Missouri ........... . . .University of Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Minnesota . .Buffalo Law School, Buffalo, N. Y. ................University of Oregon . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Wisconsin ,........ . . . . .Ohio State University Lincoln.. ................. University of Nebraska Osgoode. ..... Law School of Upper Canada, Toronto Fuller. .. ......... Chicago Kent College of Law Miller... ..... Leland Stanford. University Green. ....... ................. U niversity of Kansas Comstock .... ..................., S yracuse University lay ..... ..... A lbany Law School. Union University McLain.. .................... University of lowa Dwight,. ......,.. New York Law School Foster. . . .........,.. Indiana University Ranney. . .... WCSlCl'H Reserve University Langdell. ........... Illinois University Brewer.. ......... Denver University Douglass. ......... University of Chicago Ballinger.. ......... University of Washington Benjamin ...... Illinois Wesleyan. Bloomington Malone.. ..... Vanderbilt, Nashville, Tennessee Evarts. .. ............ Brooklyn Law School Thomas. . . ........... University of Colorado Beatty. . . .... University 'of Southern California Reed .... .............. U niversity of Maine Tucker. . ..... Washington and Lee University ..... . . . . .University of Texas . . . . . . . . .Pittsburg Law School 336 ,, 'vu .f 6'.g,ill.ir. , -- .' .y 1 gyig 5 4 if Q. Qu 6 oi M,-1 Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity Fuller ..., Blackstone. . Story. . . Webster. . Marshall .... Ryan ....... Magruder .,... Campbell ...., Hay. ........ . Garland ...... Stephen Benton. . . Capen ..,..... Williams ..... Lawson. . . Cnreen ..,. Taft ..... Fou NDED 1897. ROLL OF CHAPTERS 337 . .Northwestern University .. .Lake Forest Un.iversity ..Illinois College of Law . . . . .Midland University ...University of Chicago .University of Wisconsin . . . .University of Illinois .. .University of Michigan . . . . . . . .Western Reserve . . .University of Arkansas .. .Kansas City University Bloomington . . . . . . .Oregon University Cincinnati College of Law .. .University of Missouri . . . . . . .Kansas University . . . .Georgetown University . . . . . .University of Iowa . . . .New York University Yale G5 -Q -www ,L 6,21 p V vFh5, K ' ' .- .- ' r . V' L , ,- 1. , . , g V -IT if er-um 11: 'pw' '-.p:z,'- "1 -' 21- 'sw-g.:1:,q":i-'Vfwgk V -- . -I 7, 1. V 1 1, - M - 4. V-,Q V. V 'fr 1 nf-V.-1' 1-, - ix V, Mew- V. 1 1- :.1 , ,.- 'VV--.'24,' f ., 1:g'3x,, Q- gg.,-:Q -33.5 552: EQ? 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Dodge Peter Schram Frank Fawcett Justice B. Winslow Vfilliam Hagenah judge E. Ray Stevens Harry Saulofli Fralrcs in Faculiaic Eugene A. Gilmore Fraires in Universiiaie Simons Nlaurice Morrisey George W. Blanchard A Albert G. Mickelson Harry W. Brown John C. Colignon Leo C. Leudke Archie lVlcComlJe Walter Mui-at Arthur Crowns Fred H. Esch Shirley l... Emmett Albert W. Grady Francis R. Duffy Ralph M. Hoyt Carl F. Naffz Louis Quinn Frank Shannon H Chas. F. Puls, Jr. Tho mas H. Sanderson Chas. Stark Albert Lohb Karl E.. Steinmetz MIDDLES Oscar R. Haase Alvin B. Peterson Geo Har JUNIORS rge H. Crowns old G. Pickering Raymond T. Zillmer Erwin H. Zentner John Joseph O'Keefe Geo rge Burton Luhman Hugh W. Cxoggins William Meuer 339 - . , - .. , W g Q' - Q ' 'z ' " Q,:g1vlg9, i.1g-' 3.35 A. X 1 . - ' '71 ' A . ' ' I ' r. 4: -, f. :., 121. Y - X-.f if H: ig - :Lf .3 , .gif XJ '2 , 1 H .4 ' ' 5249221719 Q -W?-' we.-fm,-,swafz-A:4'f'Qu9'.m:s"?:vv vw!-1 -4.4 v52" :,xs'--QQ..-4: 1- Alpha Chi Sigma Brannon Andrews Schuelte Chadwick Storey Budd Theurer Zeidlhack Downing Schulte Cushing Wurl 340 ,.,:. Q Q' A x- fl, , .. . - i C I i + i gg , L Alpha Chi Sigma ALPHA CHAPTER Wg A - 3 -i ' . , .I - QW 11 f-v gl, X X ,. .1 WM ' gi 5+ X 1 ' ,-v .f ' " 7-'-E , I I ,! 'lif 'K fi, HONORARY MEMBERS IN TI-IE FACULTY Harold C Bradley William F. Koelker Victor Lenher Richard Fischer Charles Kenneth Leith Charles William Stoddart ALUMNI MEMBERS' IN TOWN OR IN THE UNIVERSITY Louis Fred. Augspurger Rufus A. Barnes William A. Brannon Fred P. Downing B. XV. Hammer Walter C. Andrews Arthur A. Chadwick Will T. Cushing Raymond C. Downing Charles Warren Hill Harry Kleuter Alfred Kundert Emil Leo Leasman George C. IVIcNaughton Frank Currie Mathews ACTIVE MEMBERS Charles A. Mann Paul W. Noe Herman Roehling Walter B. Schulte I-Ienry August Schuette 341 Walter Nebel Frederick Louis Baumhach Harry Steenbock Wendell G. Wilcox Felix S. Zeiclelhack Oliver Wendell Storey Frederick Louis Theurer, Lion Irwin Shaw Frank L. Wurl - N- X-, . ' , - . 5' .' ' ,, - .' 'isilllif i?" ff..:1, H- ' , - - '. . 2 , .. Q Q 'i G ' 1 Alpha . Beta .... Gamma .... Delta. . Epsilon Zeta. . . Eta .... Theta .... lota. . . Kappa. Alpha Chi sigma - I CHAPTER ROLL . . . . . . ..... University of Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . .University of Minnesota . . . ,Case School of Applied Science . .... University of Missouri . . . . .University of Indiana . . . , . . .University of lllinois . . . . .University of Colorado . . . . .University of Nebraska . . . . .Rose Polytechnic lnstitute . . . . . ...University of Kansas 342 as T 1 ,L 61 'SQ' 1 'Q A- H gfgurst "-'. . A i i i, , M-x...:5..,A, ,g.,,,,1,g,f,,,f63g. R, K .5 w. 1,Azt. ..,, ,Q" .. ...,1:" fg 5' .tl 1L.L-M-..:f ,ma-','E' -' -:f'111r5,e""1.1::" Delta Alpha fl'lonorary journalistic lrraternityj FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITX' or NVISCONSIN, 1909 W. W. Young lVl. C. Douglas l-l. C. Winslow F. W. McKenzie Louis P. Lochner Hugo I-I. Herring Denton L. Geyer l-larry C. Northrop Wayland C. Wells Karl Mowry Mann Honorary lllcmbcrs ' W. T. Amar R. L. .Jones E. W. Allen Associate Nlcmlners Q F. L. Holmes Geo. B, l'lill L. W. Bridgeman Fralres in Urbe Wesley F. Ayer Fraler in Faculiaie Willard G. Bleyer Fralres in Universiiale SENXORS . Marion john Atwood Earl S. Holman Kenneth G. Olson JUNIORS Wm. C. Ninabuclc - Edward Mathis John L. Childs 343 Q-Q, T M ' 119 Q A gf 6, if- Qu Q M v . . . . ., ,. , 1 ,xg , , , ,L x , ', . 1 , M: ... , 1 x 1. -.,,, I4 ' . 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L. Hanson W. F. Wiese E.. R. Werlich B. F. Fulton .. 1 5 -. A A xx.: x., Mg, I , . ,K fi! J" , SNAO 'PT7 4 99 .H Fralres in Universxlale SENIOR Oscar E. Nadeau JUNIORS .F. R. Nuzum SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN 345 I . Q, . 'r V A -. ,. :Qs , Vq, 2 A, AV,, f -, 5 L: .....-lqg, -- J sw. , lg, ,J Sc- ' - 1252 if 12:1 1,-, .F -'I ma, zfngz, :,.,pV:w.- .if QP, !:yzv1:'sss...1 Kappa Phi Gamma Michelstettei' Reine-:king Buser Haas Bailey Boston Morrison Collentine Steenbock Laird Beach Hayes - Canavan Nelson W. Weir Langworthy Hulburt Bean LeClair McConnell Curtis Weir Lloyd-jones lVlcKi,rnan Dieter Gordon 5 346 Q' A L it Q 'or 13 ...A W ' - if B. - a - A G . , . f. S r I . Q55 W ei - E E . . 31-fr o' r i s 4 Kappa Phi 'Gamma Conrad Hoffmann Orren Lloyd-Jones Joseph C. Curtis Roy P. Bean Mark W. Hayes Elbert G. Bailey Paul M. Beach Willis Boston Alfred Buser John P. Canavan Arthur O. Collentine George H. Haas Earl E. Langworthy 1908 Fralres in Urbe Bernard W. Hammer Fralres in Facullalc Harry Steenbock Wilhert W. Weir Fraires in Universilale GRADUATES John H. Crordon ' Samoa Carlos A. l..eClair JUNIORS Charles F. McConnell Frank B. Morrison Sornoivioizes William A. Dieter Clarence H. Hulburt J. Alexander Laird Oran M. Nelson Adolph G. Reineking James H. Weir FRESI-IMEN Robert N. Mclfirnan Stanley Michelstetter 347 OROQTIE 'fi 6 BO 0K 6 L! . by r W jg , f azz . , xx new A47 its I T AXQ K '32 Q f + ' ,X ,A Qafsa a 0' V ""'Hlcooul' , 4Q , 1 ef I A CO-EDS OR QUEENS? 349 , Q N m, U ff " , -. I, . K ' . ' . I A I Q . "2f,1vugf. 1' f-f- I N jg 1:37 1 ., 2 2:?9f2g:,.a if :QQ r.- ' "f1?z11A221 H 'Sr 43' I Sororities Kappa Kappa Gamma .,.. Della Gamma .......... Gamma Phi Bela ..... Kappa Alpha Theta .... Pi Beta Phil ........ Alpha Phi ........... Delta Delta Delta .... Chi Omega ........ Alpha Chi Omega .... ' Alpha Xi Delta ...... Alpha Gamma Delta .... 350 ....l875 ....I88l ....I884 ....I890 ....l894 ....l896 ....l898 ....l902 ....I903 ....I904 ....I905 -1 , L k , , , , M W , ETA appa Kappa amma ESTABLISHED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE 1870 'fvvfi 7 xx! 99' Q ' xnlqgfqj-fxsw-nun +zya,,www6, S1 ...:1,5'Pfw . , fy --'- W Q 2 1-w g.. g ,. "EMA:--ff?-'- -1 , V . Q Me:-,.:s:s:a-::av:v v -1 L. :- , , . - - 12 .fm-::., . ,. , , ' . M3--:-:v:1.v:fi-11-.,-.14VQ4-1-1:12-Z-.rm -414-'-.:vf,v.' -. -:,-., 11252-5:-9:.::-M:-:-7-Q'5-:'.':-2:2451-f. ' '-Q5.c5,g:3:,:.13'5,. .3 ', 535:.::.fg'f N2 43-:-:-14+:-1-.,:-1-.-:iw :-:mg-"cms:-s:ar:2:. 1,52 SZ31 ..-FHEUEPP 0:95, I egg.:Qg:5.Q:Q:5,3g21'2:Q:9:55:7: 'NH " ' ' ' f' -:D-1 1449-'ffff ' --' "' ' .-1:62546 26 1 ' 351 - ' 3 , , ' - , Q. -V V E, . -, 1f':1,11,i.fi-1? ,,-.5 Q 5 5 8 ' . W www- .. Kappa Kappa Gamma Ev ans Greeley Patton Woodmf Swift Edwards Slade Frawley Eberle Challoner Brancltx Allen Mead Damon Terry Nlunsen Rohn Curry Buclcstaff Carter Wright Babcock Van Hise Wakeield Carter Elmore Wallace Swenson Parkinson Rogers 352 Delia Sanford Q' QS' T 11 1 9 i...i......s QU as 12. sr or fi ivef i 'I '4 -,., -qp --1 t-- 1 'Y .,, ." ' 4:42.-:'.u.: A... "r4..v...gi..rA.4L.:L..-.......i xx xJz..l1ti,:-x,1:l'f:n - Kappa Kappa Gamma Mrs. Eliot Blaclcwelder Mrs. Harold Bradley Emily Chynoweth Martha Dodge Mary Hill ' Mrs. Annie Main Kempton M1's. Walter' A. Marling Lois Main Flora E. Mosely Annie Pitman i Mrs. F. C. Reed Bernice Bauning Emily Owen A F. Eugema Brandt Jenoise Brown Genevieve Gorst Josephine Allyn. Marie Damon Doris Carter Adelaide Evans Jessica Mead Henrietta Slade Margaret Eberly Marion Corse Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. ETA CHAPTER I895 Sorares in Urbe . F. C. Sharpe . Henry Sheldon Benjamin W. Snow Warren Mead Grace Vvoodward Mrs. O. D. Brandenburg Edna D. Chynoweth lVlrs. John R. Commons Mrs. R. B. Dunlaery Mrs. Chas. King Sorores in Facullale ' Katherine Alvord C RADUATE STUDENTS Helen Greely Sorores in Universilalc Sr-1N1oRs Mrs. Charles F. Lamb Flora Mears' Anna B. Mosely Jennie Pitman Mrs. Samuel Carter Edmond on Juliet Thorpe Mrs. Leonard S. Smith Edith Swenson Mrs. Carl Pfundt janet Van Hise Cora Rohn Emily Elmore Fanny W. Carter jUNioRs , Dorothy Rogers Mary Vfoodruff Hazel Baheoclc SOPHOMORES Helen Swenson Vvinifred Swift Jean Currie FRESI-IMEN Hilda Van Hise Nina Edwards 353 Agnes Challoner Hope Munson Clara Terry Gertrude Richardson Rowe Wright Honora Frawley Lois Wakeheld Eva Wallis Florence Buckstaff Frances Patton Margaret Parkinson Qtr Sf '31 'Z' I ' 1 9 1 1 Q 'dwffg e 174. I g fi F - It , 4 A U. V. s fgsllfhgj J ,V . f-p , . ,,.a,...',.s s 1.--LL ,, t. un., I M , r-.fa-:.cf ... ff-1'5:2s::f:..,,.asa-st..-afvfsz-:eff s V- '-- fsaeiiasms wswstmsz-f?e1is.' 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Johnson Mrs. Maurice Johnson Mrs. Charles Lyman Elizabeth B. Mills Florence Nelson Mrs. Harry S. Richar Doris Crumpton -Julia Flett Lorraine Hartman Blanche Lyle Leslie Weed Jewell Chase Bessie Dexter Dorothy Flower Marion Hartley Laura johnson Genevieve Dreutzer Francis Wheeler H1311 ds Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Elsie Ruth May Amy Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Nlrs. Mrs. Mrs. Charles Slichter Calvert T. Spensley Louis Sumner Thom Van Slylce Nvhitney Young Chauncey E. Blake Fred M. Brown Bertrand H. Doyn Philip Fauerbach Raymond B. Frazier George E. Geruon Soror in Facultate Kathryn Allen Sorores in Universilate SsN1oRs Elinor Stephens Agnes Johnson Avrina Davies Lucy Fox JUNIORS Margaret Head Doris Lul-:es Mary Conover SOP!-ioMoRi-Ls - Louise Todd Julia Grady FRESHMEN Gladys Steele Adalin Brown Neita Oviatt 357 Blanche Harper Bettina Jackson Mrs. Burr jones Maude Lea lVlary Main Ruth Minor Mrs. T. A. Pyre Mrs. Eugene Sanborn Mrs. Walter' M. Smith Amelia Stevens Lily Ross Taylor Mrs. Frederick Turneaure Margaret Vilas Elizabeth Proudfit Elizabeth Hofstetter Gertrude Lulces Gertrude Sellery Katherine Taylor Elizabeth Brown Dorothy Frankenburger Lura Heilman Florence Hulburd Dorothy Turner Audrey Quinn Jessica Anderson Callie Smith s is .. 13. iata . s s P Sv aa in i i ig im, rs Eta ..... Omega .... Sigma ..... Alpha ..... Lambda. . . Zeta ..... Chi. . . Xi .... Phi. . . Tau ..... Kappa .... Psi ..... Theta. . . Upsilon. . Rho. . . Beta .... Iota ..... Gamma .... Omicron . Mu. ....... . Kappa Theta. Lambda Nu.. Chi Upsilon. . Chi Sigma. . . Psi Omicron ..... Omega Alpha. . . Omega Rho .... Tau Zeta ...... Phi Omega. . Alpha Epsilon Delta Gamma FOUNDED AT Oxronn, MISSISSIPPI 1872 ROLL OF CHAPTERS ...............................Buchtel College . . . .University of Wisconsin . . . .Northwestern University . . . . . . . .Mt. Union College . . . .University of Minnesota .. . . . . . . . .Albion College . . . . . . . . .Cornell University , . . . .University of Michigan . . . . .University of Colorado ... . . . . . . . . .University of Iowa . . . . . . . . . .University of Nebraska . . . . .Women's College of Baltimore .... . . . . . . . . .University of Indiana . . . . .Leland Stanford, Jr., University . . . . . . . . . . . . .Syracuse University . . . . . . .University of Washington . . . . . . .University of Illinois . . . . .University of California . . .... .............. A delphi College ..........................University of Missouri ALUMNAE CHAPTERS .............................l..incoln, Nebraska . . . . . . . .Minneapolis, Minnesota .,...................NewYork City, NeWYorlc .,...............................Chicago, Illinois ALUMNAE ASSOCIATIONS X .,.................,.........Baltimore, Maryland ......Omaha, Nebraska . . . . .Madison, Wisconsin .. . . . .Iowa City, lowa . . . .Denver, Colorado . . . . .Alliance, Ohio 358 iws wid ' ---' - ' ' - L' r ' " ' " 1 GAMMA OF amma P111 B eta ESTABLISHED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 187 4 , iQf-i.MA25 ? 359 ' 'D x 1 as 'V f'f?f 1'3?fl T iii" fl-.':'-:L 5:3-if g. 31.1-5if.f,f5i- f fe, ' 2113 'ZVJ' '5QEa'g:i" f?"1:Si.2sf.' is ' Gamma Phi Beta Miller Hayden i Mabis Cotten Leavins Harrison Howard Heddles Weld WhitE M. Ringling Zinnsmaster Perkins Spencer Fleel-: Stiles Vorse Brooks A. Ringling Winslow Pratt Peary Boas Hills Gibson Gosselin Hauser ' Farrell Carey Allen Bunde Buell Demming Hunt Barkhausen Newell 360 i' it - lj, 1 . , ' . " ,:.' ,,:4,X Q QM Mrs. Charles E. Allen Dorothy Barnes Mrs. Thomas E. Brittingham Jennie Davis Mrs. G. C. Fiske ' Mary Nora Buell Bess Farrell Hazel Houser Louise Perkins Amanda Barkhausen Ruth Cotten Edith Brooke Gladys Hayden Kathleen Boas Gladys Gibson -Helen Harrison Harriet Hunt S L. Allen Gamma Phi Beta GAMMA CHAPTER ISS4 Sorores in Urlnc lVlrs. S. A. Nielson Mrs. Arthur Sullivan Amelia Pyre Beatrice Barnes Mrs. Elias A. Bredin Mrs. Platt Blush Sorores in Univcrsilale Siemens Margaret Hills JUNIORS Moselle Weld Eva White Marion Deming SoPHoMoREs Edna Howard Elizabeth D. Perry Alice Ringling FRI-ZSHMEN I Mattie Ringling Dorothy Vorse Nell R. Bundy Florence Gosselin 361 Marie Ella MTS. Dow Stanley Hanks Mrs. Charles Stoddard Mrs. Ralph Jackman Hen rietta Pyre A. Carey Belle Fleek Elizabeth Newell Agusta Stiles Emily Winslow Nina B. Miller Marie K. Mabis Verona F. Pratt Edith Winslow Beulah Heddles Marie Leavens Marion Spencer Lena Zinsmaster - ' .s w f ' - ' Q'i 1 Alpha .... Beta. . . Camma Delta. . Epsilon .... Zeta. . . Eta .... Theta. . iota .... Kappa . Lambda .... Nlu .... Nu .... Xi. . . Gamma Phi Beta FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNlVERSITY 1874 ROLL OF CHAPTERS . . . . .Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York . . . . .University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. . . . . .University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. . . . . . . . . . .Boston University, Boston, Mass . . . . .Northwestern University, Evanston, lll. .. .. . . . . . . . . . .Woman's College, Baltimore, Md. . . . . . . . . . . . .University of California, Berkeley, Cal. .......... . . . . . . .University of Denver, Denver, Colo. . . . .Barnard College of Columbia University, New York . . . . . . . .University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. . . . . . . . .University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. . . . .Leland Stanford, Jr., University, California . . . . . . . . . .University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. . . . . . . . .University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho ALUMNAE CHAPTERS Chicago Lincoln, Nebraska Syracuse Minneapolis, Minnesota Boston Kansas City, Missouri Denver Denver, Colorado New York lowa City, lowa Milwaukee New Orleans, Louisiana San Francisco Des lVloines, Iowa ltdinneapolis Henderson, Texas Beta Iota .... .... P hiladelphia, Pennsylvania Pi Alumnae. .... San Francisco California 362 PSI appa P118 beta ESTABLISHED AT 1870 DE PAUW UN IVERSIT Y C1 3 , 0 -I f 'iw V 52511, g v.ffe.,- '35-V - V if-3 f, ' 'sf Xa'-f frgi "Ii:'z Q! " , ,V,,,. ..f.... 3 ,. J. 414' Mr 363 E M, I- W ,',, aff' X' . K-pf' M ,W ,V , .,.f,f-.f,:- -'f xx wiki 1 wi fm-K I V - ' ' ' '-" , X, , -:- -' rffz-,xg A ---hr. ,. ., V . , 1 . .- , , '-' V: 1 .. f- V-2: .flu 2- ,rl - -' ,lv-1-I,-:1 km.-1-2-f-xv 3 if-, 5 Q,-a-1:1-' xc ,.!-fszwr,-' vzarsff-i1.wia',w:LgQ,,, It A271520 M i'.f,f.- ':5- f vp-if 2. fi -I. 12:-Ei 1'-+ 31--.-1' 3--..l.': -75:-'5:"-1111" e' if f.',s,4gp'-:.xf::?F"f--1, :-E,-'11-+1'5:5,nvf1'.ai-wa-4v,,.,X3!'f'b e.1,gzgy- '4':1'F"'4g, Q-:ef-QL. M . -- . o. ---- -4 sea:-. :J-11? 'YGFQ N:-,fb :fu - K-:. - ,.z.., e1.,l.,.::,, A WQQN yr , r --1 W 11,24-iv se "f.,q.,,y Y-v5?sQ","9' ' ,en 9 '-115' 'Aj 1-911573. In ,.,1-1-9:5 'z,.'sQ'L 1- 1-gn-N e gx Kappa Alpha Theta Sweeting Shepard Jacobs Cates Taylor Bonar Baumgartner Moore Wright Hutchinson Goe Dayton Harper Van Vliet Strong Pence Hughes Abbot Blee Josten Donaldson Clausen Gilman Perry Simpson Clayton Finney A .Lord Peacock Buell l-lurlnut ' a A l 354 v . .--:, xN.: -- ,.., ., .'L,. Kappa Alpha Theta Mrs. Charles E. Buell Mrs. Victor Coffin Helen Leonard Gilman Mrs. Crawford Harper Mrs. Francis Craig Kranskoph Frances Maclntosh Mrs. John. Marshall Parkinson Pauline Wood Shepard Helen Hutchison Katharine Wright Marjorie Strong Beatrice Dayton Hester Jacobs Hester Harper Marie Baumgartner Florence Swetting Pauline Buell Gertrude Clayton N Nellie Finney Laura Gilman PSI CHAPTER 1890 Sororcs in Urbe Mrs. Herbert B. Sanford Mrs. Andrew R. Whitson Mrs. R. C. Hughes Marion G. Peabody Elva Bascom Mrs. Richard Henry Edwards Mrs. Eugene Allen Gilmore Helen Julia Kellogg Sorores in Univcrsilale SENIORS Anna Shepard Eveline Patience Abbott jumoas Marguerite McConville Frances Marie Lord SOPHOMORES Clara Perry Edith Moore FRESHMEN Florence Claussen Ada Pence Jessie Bonar 365 Mrs. M rs M rs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Balthasar Henry Meyer VV. U. Moore E. Ray Stevens Ernest Brown Skinner C. C. Thomas Chauncey Rex Welton Harriet B. Merrill Elise Forsythe Dexter Erma Louise Wohlenberg Ethel Rose Taylor Edna Mae Hughes Leotta Van Vliet Leila Irene Peacock Gladys E. Blee Hazel Josten Olive Simpson Jessie Donaldson Neva Gates Elizabeth Goe Margie Hurlbut ' 5A:I"1A' 'Jig N '- 5 2-nf. 1. 2- 3e.L 1- , , I L1 C, , , 1, tw, - ,"--MII...4Nm:zf..s1.:2,:m1.igg442me-,S"t't'es aussi' Kappa Alpha Theta FQUNDEIJ AT DE PAUW UNIVERSITY 1870 , ROLL OF CHAPTERS ALPHA ALPHA DISTRICT Iota ............ I ................ Cornell University Lambda. ........... . .... . . .University of Vennont Sigma. .... .,.... oronto University Chi ..... .................. S yracuse' University ALPHA BETA DISTRICT - Alpha Lambda ............. University of Washington Alpha Beta ....,................ Swarthmore College Alpha Delta ........... Women's College of Baltimore Alpha Epsilon.. .............. Brown University Alpha Zeta. . . . . . ,.... ..... B arnard College Alpha Kappa ........... ............ A delphi College BETA ALPHA DISTRICT Alpha .... .................,. D e Pauw University Beta ....... ..........,... I ncliana State University Gamma ...... .,..,....... B utler College Alpha Eta .... ............... V anderbilt University BETA BETA DISTRICT Epsilon. . . ......... ......... W ooster University Eta .......... ............. U niversity of Michigan Nlu ............ ...... A llegheny College Alpha Gamma., ..,............. Ohio State University DELTA ALPHA DISTRICT Delta. .. ................. University of Illinois 'Tau' ...... ...... ..... N o rthwestern University Upsilon. .. .... ..... U niversity of Minnesota PSI ..... ............ , .... U niversity of Wisconsin DELTA BETA DISTRICT Kappa .... ...,............... U niversity of Kansas Rho ....... .......... .... U n iversity of Nebraska AIPha Iota. . . ..... Washington University AIPI13- MU- -- ..... University of Missouri 366 DELTA GAMMA DISTRICT Alpha Theta ........... ........ U niversity of Texas Alpha Omicron. . . ....... University of Oklahoma GAMMA ALPHA DISTRICT Phi ....... ................... S tanford University Omega .... ........ . ,... U niversity of Oklahoma GAMMA BETA DISTRICT Alpha Nu .............. ,... M ontana State University Alpha Xi ......... .... . Oregon State University ALUMNAE CHAPTERS Alpha Alumnae. . Beta Alumnae.. . . C-amma Alumnae. Delta Alumnae. . Epsilon Alumnae. Zeta Alumnae. . . Eta Alumnae.. Theta Alumnae.. Iota Alumnae ..,. Kappa Alumnae. Mu Alumnae. . Nu Alumnae. . . Xi Alumnae ..... Omicron Alumnae. . Pi Alumnae.. . . . Rho Alumnae. . Sigma Alumnae. . Tau AIUITIIIBC . .... Upsilon Alumnae. . . . . . .CIreencastle, Indiana . . . Minneapolis, Minnesota . . . . .Brooklyn, New York . . . . . . . .Chicago, Illinois . . . . . . . .Columbus, Ohio . . . . .Inclianapolis, Indiana . . . . . Shelburne, Vermont Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . . .Los Angeles, California . . .Pittsburg, Pennsylvania . . . . . . .Cleveland, Ohio . . . . .Syracuse, New York . . . .Kansas City, Missouri . . . . .Seattle Washington . . . . . .Topeka, Kansas . . . .Cxolclen, California . . . . .St. Louis, Missouri . . . . . .Lincoln, Nebraska . . . . .Oakland, California , , WISCONSIN ALPHA P1 Beta 11 1867 OF ' P 1 ESTABLISHED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE . . . , . . 'bmw' V . , V V . V .. V 1 ' 1' ' - " -.ag 3 .mm K 'ing ' A R' .V Q ' - - .1 . V.. J.--.QTEVSSBQQQ I' . . V ' , Q V V 5 . ' .1 eff '-1 K-VV . 3 , . 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Vincent O'Shea Miss Edith Barber ' Mrs. Paul Reinsch Mrs . Rollo Lyman Mi's. Ruben Neclcerman Mrs. Bassett Mrs. Rudolf Kropf Beta Phi IN ALPHA CHAPTER 1894 ' Palronesses Mrs. Dana C. Munro Mrs. William S. Marshall Mrs. A. L, P. Dennis Sororcs in Urbe Iva Alice NVelsh Elisabeth B. McGregor Constance Haugen Florence Grace Titus Bessie Mae Coleman Hildrecl Daisy Moser Soror in Facullale Elizabeth Elliott Atkinson Sororcs in Universitate Martina Marsh Josephine Viles Lisette Woerner Marion Holmes Effie Paine 9 , Harriet Maxon Acla Macadam Mary Brown Fanny Brown Ruth Bircharcl Maie Van Slylce Kathryn Clark Seisuons Marion Whidden juwtons Charlotte Warden Helen Tyrrell Kathleen Moroney' Mabel Breclette Helen Connor Ethel Swan SOPHOMORES Catherine Shea Harriet Pinkerton I Mahala Holm . Mary Bunnell FRESHMEN Elizabeth Grant Florence Hanna May Walker SCHQOL OF Music Cora Colbert Ruth Henking 369 A-'11 , R 1-f -.!f"i-lgf -2.f14 E ii is iaii'?iiSJ Pi Beta Phi e o FOUNDED AT MoNiv1oU'rH COLLEGE Vermont Alpha .... Xrermont Beta ...... Massachusetts Alpha. Ontario Alpha ...... New York Alpha.. . New York Beta.. . . . ....... Barnard College Pennsylvania Alpha.. . . Pennsylvania Beta ..... Penns lvania Gamma .... Nlaryfancl Alpha .... Columbia Alpha. . . Ohio Alpha .... Ohio Beta ....... Indiana Alpha. . . Indiana Beta .... Indiana Gamma. . . Illinois Beta ..... Illinois Delta .... Illinois Epsilon. . . Illinois Zeta ....... Michigan Alpha. . . Michigan Beta ...... Wisconsin Alpha .... Iowa Alpha.. . . Iowa Beta .... Iowa Gamma .... Iowa Zeta .......... Minnesota Alpha .... llflissouri Alpha .... Missouri Beta. . . Kansas Alpha .... Nebraska Beta. . . Louisiana Alpha. . . Arkansas Alpha .... Texas Alpha .... Colorado Alpha .... Colorado Beta ...... California Alpha .... California Beta ..... Xvashington Alpha. . . ' I 867 ROLL OF CHAPTERS ALPHA PROVINCE ........................Middlebury College . . . ..... University of Vermont . . ........ Boston University . . . .University of Toronto . . . .Syracuse University . . . .Swarthmore College . . . . . . . . . .Bucknell University .... . . . . . . . . .Dickinson College .... Womans College of Baltimore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .George Washington University BETA PROVINCE . University ....Ohio State University . . . . . . .Franklin College . . . .University of Indiana . . . . . . . . .Butler College .. . . . . . . .Lombard College .............Knox College . . . .Northwestern University . . . . . University of Illinois . . . , . . . . . .Hillsdale College . .... .... ..... U n iversity of Michigan ................,......University of Wisconsin GAMMA PROVINCE ....................IoWa Wesleyan University ...........................Simpson College . . . . . . .Iowa State College . . . . . .Iowa State University . . . .University of Minnesota . . . . .University of Missouri . . . . .Washington University . . . . .University of Kansas . . . . .University of Nebraska . . . . . '. . .Newcomb College .....................University of Arkansas .........................University of Texas DELTA PROVINCE .......................University of Colorado ................,.....University of Denver . .... Leland Stanford, Jr., University . . . . . . . . . .University of California . . . . . . .University of Washington 370 '-- E - .:.- , , OF 5 A 1 p 11 a P 11 1 1 ESTABLISHED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 1872 , l,, A U 371 -W 1 ', g ' '- '-f' v Alpha Phi Scribner, Stenhause, Hoff, Underwood, Ingwerson, Giliet, Lawson, Shatto, Keats, Atkinson Schneider, Coylee, Maseiy, Albertson, Reese, Rosencranz, Grimm. Perscb, Hildebrand, Comstock, Vvambold, Lucius, Halley, Lucius, Faville, Shatto 372 ' . .:- .. . 1,.,- 4. . - 'ntltii ii A' - 1,' 3 1 Q Q, Alpha Phi Mrs. Frank Edsal Mrs. Edward Owen Mrs. Rodney Fox Mrs. Frederick Roe Anna Du Pre Smith Mrs. John Thickens Mrs. IOTA CHAPTER 1896 Palronesscs Mrs. Eugene Updilce Mrs. Richard Ely M1's. Evander Mcflilvary Sororcs in Urbe Alma Lee Wilkins Uno Mary lmhoff Edna Harrison Florence Roehm Soror in Facultalc Cora Stranahan Woodward Sorores in Universiiaic Cora Virginia Schneider Edith Shatto Florence Comstock Marjorie Burnton Gillet Gladys Schrilaner Eva Stenhouse Olga Hoff Grace Emily Lucius Blanche Agnes Lucius Ruth Atkinson Florence Faville Sara Halley ' Mildred Massey SENIOR5 Alice Underwood l-lazel Hildebrand I Ethel Shatto . JUNIORS i Gertrude Rosencranz Adele Marie Persch Marion Keats Josephine Plank SoPHoMoREs Ruth Coyle Phyllis Albertson Lillian Lawson Grace Wamhold Dacotah Grimm FRi:si-nvii-:N Margaret lngwersen Josephine Reese 373 W Q' 11 e I 9 1 1 Q ft .1V,., 1 Q' Q' Ss Mila. at sa-:fi-S i is 2 E63 B S if .f ' ' " . ' I Try . . ' K Pam. ' ,,,, ,W .11 ' nwvfi-I - X- ,,,.g -2 --,Q ""E' 1-fmge,-'4' f ' mel Sa1:f.f.f.-,ss ,gg , - ,-'1,..1,a -,azfv4t.fam.m:,sr.w .2 .aww vivf aam s ai- fi 94. .aa . N -a...-. s wat V sf wmfnrf- v 'Q v Alpha Phi FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY I872 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Alpha. . . . . Beta.. . Gamma. . . Deltaf. . . Epsilon. . Zeta .... Theta. . . Eta. . . Iota ..... Kappa. Lambda. . . Mu ..... Nu .... Xin.. Boston Alumnae ......... Chicago Alumnae. ........ . Central New York Alumnae. New York City Alumnae. . . Minnesota Alumnae. ....... . Syracuse University, Northwestern University, De Pauw University, Comell University, University of Minnesota, . . . .Woman's College, Baltimore, University of Michigan, Boston University, University of Wisconsin, .. . .Leland Stanford, Jr., University, , ALUMNAE University of California, Barnard College, University of Nebraska, University of Toronto, Xvestem New York Alumnae.. - Southern Alumnae .......... Detroit Alumnae. ......... . San Francisco Alumnae.. 374 I 872 I 88 I I 889 I 889 I 890 I 89 I I 892 I 892 I 896 I 899 I 90 I I 903 I906 I907 I 889 I 889 I 89I I 896 I 896 I 903 I 905 I906 I907 ,J 42111: ' 3 ar . Q , , 'S v , , 'Eff ' ' - la Ae, V. 1. Q 1 i 45 . as fl f xW . y -.1 ,A-1 j'h v, .-.nl .m f L-uegk hl. -,-f f xl - xg f LAL: ,, "fl, 0 A V-,U-,,,,-:L-..,1-,L -:,n,. Y.,,,e.gf,5f, , -4, .fl " ' V ' ',,L..1.. f, ,m.:1'--'14, OF ESTABLISHED AT ,, '4'W,, ,, Twig' f. N Y 'YU!W5?f5,1fffQQ 1 wal x ' ' E tj. 5f' WIWJfF l f,7wl,, , an M - ,W fw. '- - W "W J 'Wil . 'ff3WW',,"b.f iK' :iWa5Wf. ' JJ., Wulf-' -. '1'W'F"'Jf1G"hi4'5 mv, W WWW V, W H 3 , mm qu mf' --qv ' UN y W 3' .nf v " Mp: w fw N 7 ,WW iw ' . 5, 1, my frwm J' wfv - -I -U uf - ,'V':'2Wm4!I R3J ' 'ny-+A yp W' f-I-'V-Wfnnff, f1'.1'Mgp .' - ' 'LV 'IH?1Wv.,fW15 '?' we , ,,, , , 'H ff ' 'W ,L L x ' I 1 2-,W H. my-'w,':gQ-'J' W, ,,,, ' gl, .2 'M-'xy' ' ' . I . 3 x 375 t an 3 V f ' ,, :':. 4, ' Fr ,Wi-.,1',E" "" f,.,."',f',1:g , " ff ,f L , .,,, :Q . I. Delta Delta Delta M. Johnson Ragan Prescott McComb Mead Fitzpatrick Twining P. Atwood I-lilpertshauser Robinson Thursby Nelson G. Atwood Carter Dunwiddie Johnson Parsons Baskerville Bagley Sears Henderson 376 Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Mrs Delta Delta Delta MU CHAPTER i895 Patronesses J. B. Parkinson Mrs. D. B. Franlcenlsurger john Bell Sanborn Samuel Weideman Samuel T. Swanson John Corscot R. S. Owen Lewis R. Herrick Sorores in Urbc lVlrs. Frank P. Woy Mrs. W. D. Curtis, Jr. Grace C. Clifford Gwendolyn jones Hazel V. Constantine Edna l... Confer Soror in Facullalc Florence E.. Allen Sororcs in Universitale Szmons Vila E. McComb Kathryn E. Prescott Lillie C. Hilpertsliauser jumoizs Grace S. Dunwiddie Helen G. Tliursby Bess Carter Hazel M. Mead Edith A. Sears Phoebe A. 'l-wining v SOPHOMORES Lorna D. Bagley Margaret Johnson ' Miriam Robinson Grace D. Baskerville Georgiana D. Henderson Mary E.. Regan FRESHMEN Grace I. Atwood Pearl Atwood Isabel Parsons 377 Mary Johnson Kathryn Nelson ' S Q'.1 c. t t. Rho . ........ Alpha ........... Alpha Upsilon Beta ......... Omicron.. . . .. Eta .... Zeta ....... Gamma ...... Delta Alpha. . Epsilon. ..... . Upsilon. . . . Blu. ...... . Lambda.. . . Pi. ..... . Phi .... Theta .... Kappa. . . Delta .... Omega.. . Tau. ...... . Psi. ........ . Alpha Xi. . . Xi ........ Zeta ..... Nu ........ Chi ......... Beta Zeta .... Theta Alpha. . . Alpha.. . . Beta ..... Gamma .... Delta.. . . . Epsilon. . Zeta. . . Eta .... Theta.. . . Omicron Sigma .... Rho. . . Mu. .... . Kappa.. . . . Lambda.. . . Upsilon. .... . Nu .......... Delta Alpha.. Alpha Upsilon.. . . Delta Delta Delta FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY .1888 ROLL OF CHAPTERS ' .... Syracuse University . . . . . . .Barnard College . . . . .Boston University ....... . .Colby College St. Lawrence University . . . .Vermont University . . .Wesleyan University . . . . . . .Adrian College .. .De Pauw University .........Knox College Northwestern University . . . .Wisconsin University .... . . . .Baker College . . . .California University . .Iowa State University . . .Mirmesota University . . . . Nebraska University . . . . . . .Simpson College . . . . . .Leland Stanford . . . . . .Bucknell College Pennsylvania University Randolph-Macon College . . . . .Woman's College of Baltimore . . .Cincinnati University . .Ohio State University . .Mississippi University . . .Transylvania College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Washington State University ALLIANCES Denver, Colorado I Los Angeles, California 378 . .Boston, Massachusetts . . . .Canton., New York . . . .Adrian, Michigan . . . . . . .lnclianola, Iowa . . . . .Cralesburg, Illinois . . . . . . .Cincinnati, Ohio . . . Burlington, Vermont Minneapolis, Minnesota . . .Syracuse, New York .Middleton, Connecticut . . .. . . . .New York City . . . . fMadison, Wisconsin . . . . .Lincoln, Nebraska . . . .Baldwin, Kansas . . . . . .Evanston, Illinois . . . . . . .Columl::us, Ohio . .Green Castle, Indiana . . . . .Watewille, Maine 5 1' -, , , ,..'f ,,.,' . T1 -f'. 1,, ".: NA Chi megzf ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY 1895 Aff we ffg A f..,::1s 2 -ga' 5- --7141-ftv -f . ' c.,r,,.5f " " 'l5'-Sd. 1 1 ' Q-'gif' Sf' 'L 4-11 'EZEEk:1:ii:f:?E:gg:.Qp?.354p,::,g-5:2g:g1:5gg4 . "'- 5:5 - n ,45E3'2sI,:' - we-:f 122'-:Z'1i:!w"':W'E 379 nonn . no , 1. 4 , X Cl GI, , on M i Y f B g' V A ' Chi Omega Hu ill Schindler Dhale She hercl Hoefer aymon mc ey m sc 1 lson gR d' H' kl ' K' d hp W'l ' Clanville Hink Hopkins Bissel Carson Eschenberg Fordyce Fargo Dahl I Konig Shepherd Anderson Dahl Hood Lange f 'H ff . N -.MQ " o- 'mu Wiz: ' 2 ,' 1 5 .,..,.. 1 ,,,-5:51 .:.: 'D ,VIQ 380 Q".-im' . . 1 sf sf Chi' Omega NU CHAPTER l905 Palronesses Mrs. Louise Rollin l-lead Mrs. Edward Rose Maurer lVlrs. Frank Gaylord Hubbard Mrs. George Keenan Mrs. Lucien Mason Hanlcs Mrs. Harry B. Hobbins Mrs. Amos Arnold Knowlton, Sorores in Urlze Mrs. Storm Bull Mrs. Elizabeth Puder Mrs. Robert G: Siebeclcer Mrs. Vifilliam Bennett Soror in Facullale Mi's. lnga Sandberg Sororcs in Universilafe Ruby Koenig Marion Orpha Bissel Helen Kathryn Hurrter Lula Dahl Kathryn. Margaret Fordyce Agnes Helen Dahle Louise Clara Hinlc Helen Mae Glanville Mildred Harriet Carson Mary Mercer Raymond Marguerite Joselta Hinkley Florence lone Hugell GRADUATES Sizmoizs jumoizs SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Queen Shepherd Alta Ester Kindschi Carolyn Hoefer Jessie Gertrude Schindler Anita Mae Eschenburg Roxie Eva Barbara Shephe Helen Amanda Hood Florence May Wilson Alice ldell Dahl Ada Hopkins Susie Mae Anderson Gladys Wilhelmina Lange Helen Margaret Fargo 381 rd -.'-N ..-. a. Q- Q, is Chi Omega FOUNDED AT ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY 1895 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Psi. .... Chi ...... Upsilon. . Tau ..... Sigma .... Rho.. . . Pi ..... Omicron Xi ..... Nu .... Mu. .... . Lambda .... Kappa. . . Theta .... Eta .... Zeta. . . Epsilon . . Delta. A... . Cwamma .... Beta .... .. . Alpha ..... .. . Psi Alpha. . . Phi Alpha. . . lota ....... Fayetteville, Arkansas Atlantic, Georgia Oxford, Mississippi Kansas City, Missouri Texarkana, Arkansas Lynchburg, Virginia . . . . . . . . .University of Arkansas ' .......... University of Kentucky . . . .Southwestern Baptist University . . . . . . . . . . .University of Mississippi . . . .Randolph-Macon Women's College .................Tulane University . . ...... University of Tennessee . . . . . . .University of lllinois . . . . .Northwestern University . . . .University of Wisconsin . . . .University of California . . . . . . .University of Kansas . . . . . . .University of Nebraska ...University of W. Virginia . . . . .University of Michigan . . . .University of Colorado . . . . . .Columbia University .. . . . . . . . . . .Dickinson College . . . . .Florida Woman's College ...............Colby College . . . . .University of Washington . . . . . . . .University of Oregon . . . .George 'Washington University ................'....University of Texas ALUMNAE Milwaukee, Wisconsin Vvashington, D. C. Lexington, Kentucky Chicago, Illinois New York City, New York New Orleans, Louisiana Denver, Colorado 382 1. 19,11 EEEE B Cl ag Q 17- KAPPA E OF Alpha 111 meg a ESTABLISHED AT DE PAUW UNIVERSITY 1885 ' ' 'E P Qi. , T QA , E -'EQL I ' 4EE' E Enmi E E 383 , H QW?" -X Wm, ,c f J -' 1 -' 1 W 3.-M. 'Q z'.z's1:'fa-xmfzii,sw ,fpv.1f'4fa1. '. '1'vww'sw 3 ' ' "' 11- ,, V ff ' V ef' ' , V ,. .. W I L gm , H E ,. ' :,.m,l ..g. .1,mz 1:s..1:mmfe.:i,'-' , nie :mm ,. Q2-:tres w.,.,,,, '7 .iv:ii'?:ZE e 'ex-frfwiwi' Viv- W-1-'1c'f'5? 1 5" ?" ,s e :,, aL1-215,295-f'A - " Fi Alpha Chi Omega H'Doubler - Charlton Zimmerman Slater Borgen M. Kieclchefer A. Kieclchefer Vaughn Howe Hellberg S. Southerland Peterson Kelly Jennings Morrell Moure G. Southerlancl Webster Simenson Knox Simon . - Q 384 31 Quik '- .1 t, Q n i : ' - ' V - 4., L 4 . ' -. i.:1.L ,h .a es , . tA,,.,. , .- K. Alpha Chi Qmega KAPPA CHAPTER Mrs. S. Stephens Mrs. E.. C. Mason Mrs. M. O. Withy Hazel Alford Sarah Morgan Josephine l-lener 1903 Patronesses Mrs. W. D. Curtis Mrs. L. Piclcarts Miss Kate Chittenden Sorores in Urlve Mrs, F. Mayer Mae Theobald Alice Alford Florence Kelley Soror in Facullalc Nliss Alice Regan .Sorores in Universilale S1aNxoRs Margaret Newell H'Doul3ler Lillian Grace Zimmerman lVleta Catherine Kieclchefer Grace Carrier Howe Sarah Augusta Sutherland jUN1oRs Irma l-lelllserg Alma Sl3tCl' Hglen Jennings Vivian Verbeclc Fay Vaughan Winnifred Cecil Webster' SOPHOMORES Mabel Pearl Borgen Hazel Peterson Gladys Leone Morrell Gladys Sutherland Flora Roberts Knox Edna l.. Mowre l..ucile Simon ERESHMEN Charlotte Ruth Charlton Mabel Kelley Anne Kieckhefer Stella Simonson 385 Alpha .... Beta ..... Gamma .... Delta.. . . . Epsilon. . . Zeta. . . Theta.. . . Iota .... Kappa. . . Lambda .... lVlu. .... . Nu ..., X1 ..... Omricon Pi. . . Alpha Alpha.. Beta Beta.-, . .. Gamma Gamma. . Delta Delta ...... Epsilon Epsilon Zeta Zeta ..... Alpha Chi Omega FOUNDED AT DE PAUW UNIV!-znsxrr I 885 ROLL OF CHAPTERS Pauw University ...........AltJion College . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern University ....................Allegheny College . . . . . . . .University of Southem Califomia . . . . . New England Conservatory of Music ...............University of Michigan .... . .. .. . ..University of illinois University of Wisconsin .University 'of Syracuse . . . . . . . . . .Simpson College . . . .University of Colorado , . . .University of Nebraska . . . . . . . ...Baker University ALUMNAE CHAPTERS University of California . ...... Chicago, Illinois . . indianapolis, Indiana ........New York, N. Y. . . . .Los Angeles, Califomia 386 . . . . . . .Detroit, Michigan . . . . Boston, Massachusetts " v ff.. k- ' v' ii"f Klhukwwf' I V' '. ' it h .xx Q ' , ' 2 THETA OF Alpha X1 D elta ESTABLISHED AT LOMBARD COLLEGE 1893 ' Q P V-' , i ili 387 X Q-SQ News ' 'Dias W5 iarff Q N 1 Q1? 3 J 2 Q eff an f...,-. .f 1: ',,, . - , 4 . , , 1 4.-3 ,rx up-. 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Rearden Helen Davis Edith Schuster Jennie Potts Agnes Davis Mabel Graham Marie Vaas Lillian Coapman Margaret Anderson Helen Deming THETA CHAPTER 1904 Palronesscs Mrs. L. Wayland Dowling Mrs. Scott Holland Goodnight Miss Elisheth Veerhusen Sorores in Urbe Alma Runge Lulu Runge Charlotte Gardiner Augusta Lorch Sororcs in Universilaie Sizmons Florence E., McRae Calla Andrus JUNIORS Clarissa Kuhns Elizabeth Tucker Elenore Erin SoPHoMoREs Henrietta Rissman Ella Chave Marion Potts .Pearl Blanchard FRESHMEN Francis Walker Lucile Rayne Elsie Runge 389 -- -ftrff s p.- i a m -" '-:wx-atffiiiii u 'f1' 12+t-. -2 Alpha Xi Delta FOUNDED AT LOMBARD COLLEGE 1893 ROLL OF CHAPTERS r Alpha. . . ......... Lombard University Beta ...... .... l owa Wesleyan University Gamma. .......... Mt. Union College Delta .... ........ ' ...... B ethany College Epsilon.. .... University of South Dakota Zeta... .......... Wittenberg College Eta. . . ........ Syracuse University Theta. . . ...... University of Wisconsin Iota ..... .... U niversity of West Virginia Kappa ..... ........ U niversity of Illinois Lambcla. . . ............... Lufts College Mu ..... ..... U niversity of Minnesota Nu .... ..... U niversity of Washington Xi .... .... U niversity of Kentucky Omicron. .... ..... U niversity of California ' ALUMNAE Alliance, Ohio Mt. Pleasant, Iowa Boston, Massachusetts 390 -. JPIII4 I ww -I 1 Q 1 I 1 rw- I cl . V, " " ' " ' Q-,f y -...r -... m 1-..., , 5 ..... BETA Alpha amma eIta ESTABLISHED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY A399 1 Q Q' 9,77 M. - ,i f 1 3 fiiz 'ff 391 .P .I QV :VV -V 'WI V' A f .V Q' 21-fzlj 1 ,jg Q g Ya-1-315,:lV1fiEf,g,' ' ,f-- f V -V , ..,, ..Y, ,.,, . A., ..,, L.,.+,.-.,.., .gona .f.m.. n...,-.l.Lb-.,, . .L aw, A ,,., .. . ., . . 1 . ..n,m.,l.4,..,.,.,,.,..,.. .,,, .,.,..,,., Alpha Gamma Delta Hopkins l-lelmer Swenson Rose Fuhrman Wood Stapp Trowbridge Purcell Stahl V. Matson Wwdard Sexauer Strassen Murray Hoffman Nlieland S. Matson Crane Corbett 392 W i . . ' i . e a4.. . ,.ff,. , ,s 1 hi 0. Q1 Alpha Gamma Delta BETA CHAPTER Palroncsscs Mrs. Bennet Mills Allen Mrs. Julius E. Olson Mrs. I-Xlexancler R. l-lohlfeld Mrs. Louis Kahlenherg Mrs. Charles Pelton Hutchins Sorores in Urbe Cora Bissell Gertrucle Catherine Evans Elizabeth F. Corbett Mary Wright Hopkins Thorborg Swenson Grace l-lelmer Mildred Murray Winifred Crane Gail Stapp Elvera Matson Mary Ellen Purcell Alice Evans Sorores in Univcrsflaie Ssmoizs Mary Ruth Woodard Edith Fuhrman Selma Matson l..aVergne Xxfood JUNIORS Hazel Hoffman lrma Strassen SOPHOMORES Lena Stahl Lucy Trowbridge FRESHMEN 393 Hazel Mielancl A Maude Rose ' H 5 fww we me is ' ' " , '1 f , 1 Fifi' "VE "" :::i-"151f1ElZ'i'-QQ? 1+ .' -1 9..I?-3-F1'fs.1Q..1,-' ' f . '- .1121 'Til L- 'Ft-11: "" i 5:22 . if ci W., 'SEQ ,QQ-11911-1129. '- :5,2f3fiP5Jf .s::,35.Q115-mwgqir .N . 'f-- ' .- :rn 1 1 ieyw' " ff' w .. .'.mw:.sQv.esd:: ' Sz. .gi ' .'--4 'Hz1:fwfaHif.421e '6: -1 . L a s , .1 f 13 Alpha.. , . . Beta .... Gamma. . . Delta. . Epsilon Zeta. . . Theta. . . lota. . . Eta. .. Alpha Gamma Delta FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ROLL OF CHAPTERS . . . . . . . .Syracuse University . . . .University of Wisconsin . . . . . . .Wesleyan University . . . .University of Minnesota . . . . . . . .University of Kentucky ..............University of Ohio . . . . .Woman's College of Baltimore . . . . . . .University of Washington ..... . . , .University of Indiana l 394 QVQVTXG 12 ' ge QQ 'TNR h V ,, A' :' '. 1. , . ' - , x K !.' x ' 5' .' 'A 5-C.. , '.:.1.-L::-44f2..h 4.1 l:.k,f.3'.m:L --fin.-,-.139 ' ' 4 -... us- .dm-'-mr - ' ' '- 'f5f-'furrif--i' m. L .. -. ., . . A FUSSERS 395 GZ X X is Q N QQQJK Y ., W. e 'r T ,t , ., Z1 Q' Q' t....u............g.. ,......4,.,,. mi, 4, 1 ,, L C e A I-ji. ' .i 'I t'-gi--ia, E5 fr- 4' .R ir. "'.f t V 4 X. 4 Phi Beta Kappa CHAPTER ROLL Allegheny College Amherst College Xxfomanls College of Baltimore Boston University Bowdoin University Brown University University of California University of Chicago University of Cincinnati Colby College Colgate University Colorado College University of Colorado Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth College De Pauw University Dickinson College Franklin. and Marshall College Hamilton College Harvard University Haverford College Hobart College University of lllinois Iowa College University of lowa Johns Hopkins University University of Kansas Kenyon College Lafayette College Lehigh University Leland Stanford, Jr., University Marietta College University of Michigan Middlebury College Yale Univ 397 University of Minnesota University of Missouri Mt. Holyoke College University of Nebraska College of the City of New York University of the City of New Yoil-: University of North Carolina Northwestern University Oberlin College Ohio State University Ohio Wesleyan University University of Pennsylvania Princeton University Rochester University Rutgers College Smith College St. Lawrence University Swathmore College Syracuse University University of Texas Trinity College Tufts College Tulane University of Louisiana Union College Vanderbilt University Vassar College University of Vermont University of Virginia Xvabash College Wellesley College Wesleyan College Xvestern Reserve University William and Mary College Vvilliams College University of Wisconsin ersity .. D C' -QW -. . 1 'Adams. Thomas Sewell, Ph. D. Allen, Bennet Mills, Ph. D. Allen, Charles Elmer, Ph. D. Allen, Florence Eliza, Ph. D. ' i .. 3 ' -I ' Q ' - ' '1 , . , ,. v1 . - ' -M, .s. , ,.3v9441, 4 " -141. .. - ft ' .J 4: s s -Q N X Phi Beta Kappa ALPHA OF WISCONSIN 1899 Fra tres in Faculiaic Ingersoll, Leonard Rose, Ph. D. Jastrow, Joseph, Ph. D. Kind, John Lewis, Ph. D. Lathrop, Henry Burrowes, A. B. Ross, Edward Alsworth, Ph. D. Russell, Harry Luman, Ph. D. Scott, William Amasa, Ph. D. Sears, Jesse Brundage, B. A. Bascom, Leila, B. L. Loevenhart, Arthur S., M. S., M. D. Birge, Edward Ashael, Ph. D., Sc. D., LL. D.Lunt, William Edward, Ph. D. Burgess, Horace Thomas, Ph. D. Manchester, Frederick Alexander, A. M. Cook, Walter Wheeler, A. M., LL. M. Marquette, William George, Ph. D. Disque, Robert Conrad, B. L., B. S. Meek, Walter Joseph, A. M. Dodge, Robert Elkin Neil, A. M. Nlendenhall, Charles Elwood, Ph. D. Ely, Richard Theodore, Ph. D., LL. D. Fish, Carl Russell, Ph. D. Fiske, George Converse, Ph. D. Morgan, Bayard Quincy, Ph. D. Moulton, Elton James, B. S. Munro, Dana Carleton, A. M. Flint, Albert Stowell, A. M. Olin, John Meyers, A. M., LL. B. Giese, William Frederic, A. M. Gilmore, Eugene Allen, A. B., LL. B. Grove, William Edward, B. A., M. D. Owen, Edward Thomas, Ph. D. Price, Xvilliam Hyde, Ph. D. Reed, Frank Otis, Ph. D. Sellery, George Clarke, Ph. D. Sharp, Frank Chapman, Ph. D. Slaughter, Moses Stephen, Ph. D. Slichter, Charles Sumner, M. S. Smith, Hugh Allison, M. A. Stoddart, Charles William, A. M. Turner, Frederick Jackson, Ph. D. Van Vleck, Edward Burr, Ph. D. Wagner, George, M. A. Watt, Homer Andrew, Ph. D. Watts, Oliver Patterson, Ph. D. Westermann, William Linn, Ph. D. Xvinchell, Alexander Newton., Ph. D Hall, Roy Dykes, Ph. ,D. Richards, Harry Sanger, Ph. D., LL. B.Withey, Morton Owen, C. E. Hockett, Homer C., B. L. Roe, Frederick William, Ph. D. Young, Karl, Ph. D. Hubbard, Frank Gaylord, Ph. D. Roedder, Edwin C., Ph. D. Zdanowicz, Casimir Douglas, Ph. D. Assistants and Fellows Allen, Ruth Florence, M. A. H'Doubler, Francis Todd, M. A. Peterson, William Harold, M. A. Aron, Albert William, M. A. Harris, Thomas Luther, M. A. , Rosenberg, Phillip, B. S. Dahm, Thomas M., A. IVI. McCauley, George Vest, B. S., M. A. Secrist, Horace, B. A. Dike, Paul Harrison, M. S. Otto, Maxwell Charles, M. A. Wahl, Harry Roswell, B. A. Fratres in Universitaie GRADUATE SCHOOL AND COLLEGE or LAW Hastings, Harold Ripley, M. A. King, Willford I. Birge, Raymond Thayer ' von Kaltenborn, Walter Geor Wellington, Raynor Greenleaf CLASS or 1909 Roehl, Julius Otto Tucker, Robert H. ge Shibata, Genkwan Black, John Donald Lewis, Read Stout, Arlow Burdette Burnham, Dorothy Marie Lochner, Louis Paul Tarrell, Arch Le Roy Cronin, Clara Margaret Newcomer, Harry Sidney Van Auken, Clarice Gilke, Edna Annie Pomeroy, Lilla Mary Van Hise, Mary Janet Haman, Jennie Emilie Price, Beulah May Wfitte, Edwin Emil Herrick, Alfred James Rossberg-Leipnitz, Johanna Wyman, Ella Mary CLASS or 1910 Anthony, Angela Josephine Pomeroy, Mabel Frances Hanchett, David Scott Swanson, Ada Elizabeth Hutchinson. Helen Tolg, Clarence Charles Springer, Benjamin Franklin 398 AQ , ' , f ,-,,, Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Tau Beta Pi FOUNDED AT LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, 1885 of Pennsylvania of Michigan of Indiana of New Jersey of Illinois of Wiscomin 'of Ohio of Kentucky of New York of Missouri Beta of Michigan Alpha of Colorado Beta of Colorado Beta of Illinois Beta of New York Gamma of Michigan Beta of Missouri Alpha Alpha of California of lowa Gamma of New York Beta of Iowa . Alpha of Minnesota is A . 5737 M 5327 ' ROLL OF CHAPTERS Lehigh University Michigan .Agricultural College Purdue University Stevens lnstitute of Technology University of Illinois I University of Wisconsin Case School of Applied Science Kentucky State College Columbia University University of Missouri Michigan College of Mines University of Colorado Colorado School of Mines Armour Institute of Technology Syracuse University University of Michigan Missouri School of Mines University of California lowa State College Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Iowa University of Minnesota ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS Chicago Schenectady Pi ttsburg Boston Xvashington, D. C. 399 ,f x -, 4,1g:g,,u:'f:, - f -- ---gf-14:--gf,-v-41.-, 4g,.1,4:.4-w,.-a,1evzN- V .,,.-v., .1 .0 .,,, , ., . ,. ., V, . - ..,.. 4.-:-mg-4..fig-.-V1.v-,. T-f -, Q .- - ,,gqw,ayp,f,ya-:f::,,s. ,y:,,.. . Qian , ,. f , - , . - ,- 1 1' -15 mm 5, 4-.T 41' . .- .- Hg -.X-Q-af:-U wh ,. -.vA,.,-4"""-V., ,, 1 ra, v 14,3 ,:.,g,,1, ,il ,f-.em 11' ,:, fn .1-of .f ,: -M ..'..,,q-:gf amy. , 1 :,,,f,+,-, -1-4-.,,..,,4,x--QA-.,-fg:.W 9:3 -V J 11 ewan- , -.,w4.4 ,, Y ., V , wr-' seat-' - 1- - 0 'gps Q- 1,4 --. 2,111--1-Sz". , wang .- , ,sv-1-e.,5, -:i-.:.xX,,.w 9 'B ' 'w " ff ' Tau Beta Pi Click Ruedebush Chadwick Mccullollgh Iakisch Miller Luedlce Veerhuse n Spore Hammond Boone Richardson Glaettli Castler Slorey Sanford Pergande Mann Cnare Bclsky Klinger Richardson. Suhs Bates Weizel Magsdick Chamberlain Lent 400 Q '.' was 1,: I" l nv- Q' 1 Tau Beta Pi ALPHA OF WISCONSIN CHAPTER 1899 R. W. Harris Carl Hambuechen 4 john Frederick Ieke Herbert John Kuelling John Herman Thickens Charles Frederick Burgess Charles Howard Burnside Nlurray Charles Beebe Robert Conrad Disque Milby Roy Hammer William Spaulding Kinne Jesse Benjamin Kommers Otto Lewis Kowalke John Ciivan Davis Mack M. O. Withey Floyd Elton Bates Cieorge Willard Chamberlin Arthur L. Luedke George Abbott Click Edward Lewis Kastler Willmar Francis Lent Hen.ry Herbert Magdsiek Lewis Merrick Hammond Herman H. Veerhusen Carroll O. Bickelhaupt E. W. Cieltch Fralres in Urbc Frederick William Huels Frank Eugene Fisher William Otis Hotchkiss W. E. Miller Martin Wilhelm Thorkelson George Ernst Wagner Fra tres in Fnculiaie Edward Rose Maurer Daniel Webster Mead Frank Mitchell McCullough Eustace Edwin Franklin Par Arthur Herbert Miller William David Pence james David Phillips John, Reese Price Herbert Brooks Sanford Edward IVIarvin Shealy Fralres in Universilale GRADUATES- Stewart SENIORS Robert Iakisch Elwood Arthur Richardson Ivan Herbert Spoor Oliver Wendell Storey C-uy Harold Suhs Frank Cnare George Ci. Crowell H. Bucher JUNIORS L. E. Clover M. Johnson M. C. Koenig W. Rl. McCann 401 ker Charles P. Rose Frank James Natwick Arthur Peabody Reuben Sylvester Peotter Robert Franklin Ewald Halsten joseph Bedford Thorkelson Frederick Eugene Turneaure James Webster Watson John Cilaettli, Jr. Frank August Kartak Felix S. Zeidlhack Charles August Mann Glenn Edward Smith Robert Craigo C. C. Thomas Lambert Clark Leonard F. Boone Arthur B. Chadwick, jr. William A. Klinger Richard A. Ruedebusch William Wetzel Arthur A. Pergande Charles Belsky W. Ci. Pearsall A. A. Wegner F. L. Wurl A 1 S' me ' ' ' s,-stirs, . I , . . VA R A 5 if -.5 1 .. C f T 'W . sf " I+ A N' -2 3-:,-,,..5..1-?g,f:,:Qr1,:sg H.-, 1-. ve - sgfe - 1,:.-- 1 ' . QB. -s225i13E1Ei1'52E2EI:i:2S'!f1i2EII1E15 .. 255, 'sms.,,,.,,--,.,,2,.:.-.. Y s ,QQ-A gif" - . . e w:-. - 2 at S 1 W Q Q v 7 Q x 'Q .i I xl Y , ' X -,gs A ! C qv' hunks- W Q t . ttf . x 4 2 T ' . ft X .Q Q 'Q Q' X 5, 0 A t cf Cornell University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Union College University of Kansas Yale University University of Minnesota University of Nebraska Ohio State University University of Pennsylvania sigma xi I-IONORARY SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY LIST OF CHAPTERS Brown University State University of Iowa Leland Stanford University University of California Columbia University Chicago University Michigan University University of Illinois LIST OF MEMBERS Case School of Applied Sciences University of Indiana University of Missouri University of Colorado Northwestern University Syracuse University University of Wisconsin University of Washington XXIOl'CCSlCl' Polytechnic Institute Allen, B. M. Erlanger, Iuday, C. Maurer, E. R. Snow, B. W Allen, C. E. Farrington, E.. I-I. Kahlenberg, L. Mead, D. W. Starch, D Aston, Fischer, R: Kirk, Chas. T. Mead, W. Steidtmann E Bardeen, C. R. Flint, A. S. Klein, D. Meek, W. S!OdCIarl, C W Beebe, M. C. Forsythe, W. E.. Koelker, W. F. Mendenhall, C. E. Terry, E. M Birge, E.. A. Frost, W. D. Kowlke, O. L. Miller, E. R. Thomas, C C Blackwelder, E. Fulcher, G. S. Krauskopf, F. C. Miller, W. S. Thorkelson I'I Bradley, I-I. C. Fuller, C. A. Kremers, E.. Overton, B. Thwaits, F I7 Breckenridge, james M. Gage, O. A. Kundert, A. E. Pence, W. D. Turneaure I7 E. Brown, W. I-I. Germann, A. F. O. Leith, C. K. I Phillips, D, Van I-Iise C R BucI1anan.' I'I. E. I-Iambrechen, E. Lenher, V. Price, J. R. Van Vleck E Bunting, C. I-I. I-Iarper, R. A. Littleton, T. Pritchard, F. Vosskuehler H Burgess, C. F. I-Iart, E.. B. ' Loevenhart, A. S. R'aven.eI. M. P. Wagner, C1 Burgess, I-I. T. I-Iastings, E. G. McBride, R. S. Reber, L. E. Walton, I'I Burnett, E.. S. I-Ienry, W. A. McCauley, Ct. V. Roebuck, R. Watts, O P Comstock, G. C. Hill, C. W. McCollum, E.. V. Russell, I-I. L. Yveidman Sam Currie, N. I'IoIcIen, E. C. Mack, C. D. Severen, I-I. I-I. P. Whitbeck. R I-I Dahm, T. M. I-Iolmes, Marshall, W. S. Shaw, L. I. Whitson, A R Davis, G. Hotchkiss, W. O. Martin, L. Skinner, E. B. Xvilcox, W CI Denniston, R. H. Ingersoll, L. R. Mason, M. Q Slichter, C. S. Winchell, A N Dowling, L. W. Iansky, C. M. Mathews. I-I. Smith, B. Ci. VVOII. P. W Iastrow, Smith, L. S. 402 :9": I . Beta Gamma Sigma HONORARY COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY or WISCONSIN, l907 Fmlrcs in Urlue Ward W. Davidson Walter C. von Kaltenborn Fralres in Faculiale William A. Scoll. Ph. D. Stephen W. Gilman, L. L. B. Genlcwan Sliiluala. A. B. Fralres in Universiiale SENIORS Cyril E. Davey Herbert E.. Jacobs l'lugl'IiC, Jamieson Harold E. Logan Rupert Batz Erwin Dolmmen JUNIORS Henry K. Prali Benjamin F. Springer John E. Treleven Frederick Weld Calvin F. Sclmwenlcer Chas. R. Sexton Edgar C. Wilson COLLEGE or LAW Louis A. Coorsen Gscar R. Haase lVlaI'lc Kerschensleiner 403 Q 1' frw M , Q rw , A N x N Q Q QGWAFX R M . 5 vfsmf, . ., ,, .. , ,, . .. ,. , , ' -- . Z W . .11 " 4,32 y ', 1 1 X ., f- 23.3.3 Qs- 21.15-.' sf.. -3 .1'91:-'1q5:1-."'-nga., 3' -, ,,,A, 2.5:-'Qakzwjr , in1.-'ss+3:'Q':f1,1sa..-:mm.,' Mgm- .2 , gl .. '41-.en . nz.. - r-iq 1,411-:qvv-f f 1--qigA.2k.:k,Q' :J sim- 5 N'-rg Zw f' "'.:z?,' - 21 f . if -- ., :1x .,1.,..'1, , -r , K ,4 . A., - ,, N. , 1+ - - +1 M v -. ws-,r , .11-..,:...,'-in --'A -,,,, 4, :wha Q ' , , - -. 44.-A--4' ,., ,,, ..,,,.,+, -. -' ' .' '- -f Phi Alpha Tau . Tiefenthaler Barber Shannon Appel Duffy Baker Nlarlin. Stiles Blair Spohn Blanchard Burgess Roehl Q 404 , E ',' A - fl , B' ct fd, do e...4f. Qs ,,:,--.F-f .,-we .:.fQgixw.Jis: ., fi f i'a.a4..i' Ii-ii 72, Phi Alpha Tau, Oratorical Society FOUNDED AT EMERSON COLLEGE or Oimronr, BosToN, MASS. ROLL OF CHAPTERS Alpha. Beta. . Gamma.. . . . Della .... Epsilon. . Leland Powers P. H. Schram J. F. Baker Rollo L. Lyman Monte F. Appel Sydney Baker S. Lyman Barber Milton Blair George W. Blanchard Harry W. Brown Kenneth Lf Burgess Francis R. Duffy ............................Emerson College . . . . .University of Wisconsin . . . . . . . .Dartmouth College . . . . . .University of Nebraska ... . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . .Leland Stanford University BETA CHAPTER 1904 Honorary Members A Ben. Greet Robert M. LaFollette ' Fralres in Urbc A. C. ,Iorgenson M. B. Olbrich Ed. McMahon Fraircs in Facullaie A. H. Johnstone Henry B. Lathrop Fraires in Univcrsiiaie John D. Jones, Jr. Hal R. Martin Edgar E. Robinson Julius O. Roehl Frank Shannon William H. Spohn Bennet P. Stiles Leo F. Tiefenthaler 405 ' dlfx ', V' A' l '14, 'b Z V Q-05,1 :Qs ag-,1i'fi,.,,,..3g: fl'12f.2vf1ff'lfi-f.f: Q 2 , 'f' f iqvllig- e: E ' uf'-N G ' '. 1 L .1w::::,,,,:1L.a.:.,. .-Ji.-11f.m:ff2..5:mJkr4g Q4::.vf..4.:f.gm.-Qswam.. -..J3...u:l:,A.. .3-. - waz, 4sw..e:mf-, mm.-rn. ' . 6.-M Q . Max-:L-:u.,.,,wn ...W-. - 4-x:g....,1-:..: Alpha Zeta H Richards Dacy Ullsperger Kuhlman Smith Graber Le Clair Thompson Tillokson 406 , .,.,ff , .. Alpha Zeta BABCOCK CHAPTER 1905 ' 2 ' 2, -" .24 3 3 ll in X A' .3 Fralres in Facullale Stephen Moulton Babcock James Garfield Milward Edmond joseph Delwich james Garfield Moore Edward Holyoke Farrington Christian Percival Norgord james Garfield Fuller Charles Albert Ococlc Bemard Warnich Hammer Augustus James Rogers Edward George Hastings Harry Steenboch Conrad Hoffman Emil Truog George Calvin Humphrey Harlow Leslie Walsler Edwin Richard jones An.drew Robinson Whitson Lewellen R. Davies Oren Loyd-Jones A. S. Alexander William Willard Weir Fraircs in Universilale GRADUATES Andrew A. Borland Moi-ris W. Richards CLASS or 1910 Carlos Amie Le Clair Albert Ludwig Thompson Arthur Henry Kuhlman George Harold Dacy Frank Waite Tillotson Fred John Sievers Lawrence Fredric Graber CLASS or 1911 Herman Wenzl Ullsperger Harvey George Smith Griffith Richards, jr. 407 T V' , .. ', '. " : f ,,.. itil. " 15'f- E-ii." .- '. f -2. 'iz - ."' -:E-fe-'i,g, X ..1 ,, ""'1?s:p. "'fgfg'f, L. .1511.r'.2f'?i?f2E:ifk 'TQ' QQ.. Q Qu Townsend .... Morril ..... Morrow .... Cornell ..... Kedzie. . . Granite ...,. Nebraska. . . Massey ...... La Grange ..... Green Mountain. . . Wilson. ..... . Babcock .... Centenial ..... Maine ...... Missouri. . Elliot .... California. Purdue. . . Kansas. . . Dacotah .... Alpha Zeta ROLL OF CHAPTERS . . . . . . . . .Ohio State University . . . . .Pennsylvania State College . . . . . . . .University of Illinois ................Cornell University .. ...... Michigan Agricultural College . . . .New Hampshire Agricultural College . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Nebraska . . . .North Carolina A. and M. College . . . . . . . . .University of Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . .University of Vermont . . . . , . . . . .Iowa State College . . . . . . .University of Wisconsin . . . .Colorado Agricultural College . . . . . . . . . .University of Maine . . . . . .University of Missouri . . . .University of Washington . . . . .University of California ................Purdue University . . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Kansas . . . . .North Dakota Agricultural College 408 mmm. , . J..-.K .M - QL . ,..' pf ,..A .N-, Q Q pi xl in ww Phi Lambda Upsilon HONORARY CHEMICAL FRATERNITY fi. ,t ROLL OF CHAPTERS Alpha .... .... . .......... . . . . .University of Illinois Beta ....... .... U niversity of Wisconsin Gamma .... ..,.. C olumbia University Delta ...... ..... U niversily of Michigan Epsilon ....... .... U niversity of Washington Zeta ........... ..... J ohns Hopkins University Chicago Alumni. . .... ......................... . Chicago Honorary Members Prof. S. M. Babcock Prof. E. B. Hart Prof H. C. Bradley Prof. L. Kahlenberg Prof C. F. Burgess Prof. Ed. Kremers Prof W. W. Daniells Prof. H. Walton, Jr. J. H. Thickens James Aston L. F. Augspurger C. W. Hill David Klein Fraires in Urbe B. W. Hammer Fraircs in Faculiale C. A. Mann -I. L. Sammis Harry Steenbock W. E. Tottingham O. L.. Kowalke E.. Truog P. C. Krauskopf H. L. Walster GRADW-xrias J. M. Breckenridge Clarence Le Fcbvre W. S. Hubbard SENIORS Prank B. Morrison Arthur B. Chadwick Carlos A. Le Clair Oliver W. Storey 409 r- . , 'f y ff5sl'1ia ,:' i -V 5 Sigma Sigma FOUNDED U. or W., 1907 we pb! K -ws? , v.:,,a35'-EFS!!! 1 ,fa .af 1' ' -Vi 1 'Z ' Q h . 53'-ER. -L-:Ldg GRADUATES Norman Delroy Brophy William Henry Riley Harry Nicholas Sutherland l9I0 Albert August Axley Rush Clayton Godfrey Harry lVlcPherson Brandel Frank William Charles Konrad Harry Culver John Robert Newman A 1911 Gerald Randolph Allaben William Joseph Quigley Victor Sofus Falk Arthur Jack Williams Lloyd William Johnson A Xvalter Fritz Winholt , Dexter Hathaway Witte . 410 - 1 X iv X X w 1 I 1 I xi t I x X 1 X 1 xr f WM., r - w",'l Vg A1. . 1 L .. . 17 , gg, e Q' Q' Iron Cross V SENIOR HONORARY SOCIETY fig' ' ' 17? - 1 -:,-1 ,,-. 4 -.f 24 ' - 15+ 9 4' ' ei., ,ku a- 'L F' 5' :S E 'SF' . L ' A v' X ' , 9 , E35 aff Craduale Students CLASS or 1908 William Coldschmiclf Julius O. Roehl Kenneth F. Burgess Monte F. Appel Ralph R. Birchard George W. Blanchard Harry Culver David S. I-lanchett CLASS or 1909 Felix S. Zeidlhaclc Aclive Members CLASS or 1910 Robert lalcisch Peter Murphy james S. Thompson john W. Wilce William I-I. Witt 411 E 5 wise Yellow Helmet JUN1oR-SENIOR SOCIETY ' FACULTY MEMB1-:ns Carl Russel Fish Otto Lewis Kowalke joseph Henry Vosskuehler William Spaulding Kinne William Linn Westermann Eustace E. Parker W. E. Lunt Wendel G. Wilcox james Henry Walton Jr. SENIORS lvoodhull I. Spitler Cordon S. Falk Frank E. Boyle Milton Blair Earl Quirk Oscar O. Osthoft David S. Hanchett J. Allan Simpson Paul Blackburn T. William Conron Carroll O. Bickelhaupt Eugene Bunker blames P. Dean Chester Baird , Arch E. Richards Henry Cx. Wild Wm. Langdon Kimball John W. Wilce Reuben N. Trane Courtney D. Freeman Emmett A. Donnelly Haskell Noyes Frank C. Meyer Robert l... Role J. Malcolm Firth jumons F Charles F. Harding, Jr. W. Tracy Hover Robert P. Heald Edgar C. Wilson Arthur H. Noyes Frank E. MacMahon Clement A. Rossbach William Quigley Robert L. Schuetter I-IONORARY MEMBER Herbert Stothart 412 e M.. ,,.:w.C . . . Q 1, lr. . -' -.5--.41'f-y.f:::p.y..,,:-W,.f',.1g,y.,.LTy:w du -. :1ff.fv.:.w seyfqwzv.,1.164-ew-My ug-gf.g,,5.,1.25:i:4::,a- 1:..,,.1.,A:ys ...QM-r'. -,,,,,,:, mn, : 1-1-. 1 : , 1. M ...iq-T yu1a'3-q.:':'Ev-:".:1.2-44147 Wx 'MC'-1' wi sed'-1 ff' -.Zz -Q 115:g,.:.:sas::4:'1,zc:- 'imgyS:s:,:3l.1mS,yz, '5xf4q'f315W:f:gr.-1-.,?f:'5:1'f5Q':':,4ff'i:z.:w,6VU..,.,.,,w,:.yfz,I1:J:xzf il ,A A tp 1-:fr-1 t --a51 "f' .fr-1 :351,g:f'g fzwaas? Wqgj-lit. -2" 4-.fr-.,5":,'mf'?"-"Ye--:-:'-'sfraffzf5-.scar-:::..4-11,41155-:fm-':t1.:2Ci1,s5s5sr:iz::a+:-1bz2s:':4zQ:s.s.-.nun 4. -" c...:mi15:g:5: gums :.aYt:v:,.:e:.a-p1.,qQ,.y --- ss.....,'s:e-rs. .. Q..,3S,,....:g,.:.,g?q.,gS5!.-5,.,..1gEG'.::54:Em:a:-gb H. C. Bell R. B. Michell Louis F. Augsburger Eugene Hugh Byrne Samuel Kerr, -Ir. john D. Thomas Harry Culver Kemper 'Slidell Monte F. Appel Frank Edson Arch W. Nance Henry A. Sumnicht William H. Ellis Paul M. Rickert Leon P. Branyen J. Wylie Mitchell David M. Warren James P. Soper, Jr. Harry Doerr Mark VV. Hayes Joseph D. Mercer X fe . mv.. , 9, 4 4 .J Monastics JUNIOR-SENIOR SOCIETY MONKS-HONORARY D. I... Patterson W. F. Koelker J. I... Kind F. W. McKenzie D. R. Mihills Mark Kerchensteiner Oren Hiclcox A. C. Pearsall Jesse B. Barton Ceo. Blanchard Douglas lVIcKey E. Ryan Al. Birch Vvalter Murat Chas. R. Woods John Stewart Carl Beck E.. H. Ten Eyclc J. F. I-lausfiiann' T. A. Barry C. G. Burritt 1VIoNKs-SENIORS Peter John Murphy VV. F. Whitney Harold Bickel Herman Roehling Wm. Goldschmidt MONKS-JUNIORS Bennett P. Stiles W. V. Bickelhaupt C. F. lVlclVlillan Harold Arpin .Leo Tipton H. N. Whisman H. W. Edmunds M. F. Timbers 413 M. B. Evans H. C. Bradley D. H. Crawford A. Ct. Du Mez Chas. M. Nash C. F. Smith J. Dwight Brewer Wm. I-I. Witt Jas. S. Thompson I-IOIIIICS Paul Kelley Kenneth Diclcenso Leonard Voyer Leo E. Gibson Chas. E. Terry H. K. Pratt Blair McGrath. I1 fx X. .I .V . ,, ,QI-in 3 , A " '. r , g ,1 ,A " .k,' f 1' , ' '. , r 'fr' 12 "Q K- 5' ' if I 1 1 , ' . Q . Q' Q' ...:. ...-.:Q'-ue:f..,ms.c-.,f.- aaa-. . f .' .,s.,.aa.4.:w.x.u.f,.4 uwfzwbsxeef.--1 fa yn,-a-4f1-.wt-.- .L -FM.. A, - Huvcaffw N-.,1.f.Wfx, .1 .:.yx-r?6z5Jg..kiii... i'.'.vf-.4sm,,- sw, ,f"t""iF Inner Gate ' SOPHOMORE SOCIETY Milton Blair J. Dwight Brewer ,lolm XXI. Wilce Clifford l... McMillen Robert Pinkerton Heald Chester D. Baird William Langdon Kimball Robert L. Bowen Stuart O. Blythe Samuel B. Groom Elton W. Stanley John A. Nelson FOUNDED 1904 CLASS or 1910 Gordon S. Falk Earl W. Quirlc CLASS or 1911 Walter F. Winholt Frank E. Stoppenbach Sumner H. Lloyd CLASS or 1912 Fred R. Peterson Paul Pleiss Charles F. Hibbard, jr. Howard H. Rogers jesse G. Carr Eugene 0'Keefe 414 Kemper Slidell Woodhlill I. Spitler David S. Hanchett Niles W. Biroolc Clement A. Rossbach joe D. lVIercer Arch E. Richards Harold C. Simpson Robert C. Faucett Otto C. Roehling Townsend Hay Oscar E Loeffler N' '- - -.,N.. e 1 Q QS' John Huss Curtis Ralph Melvin Hoyt Erwin Arthur Schacht Ralph Kenneth Mitchell Morris Bockel Mitchell Mallrice Pierce Bronze Key SOPHOMORE. SOCIETY he 1 b .V vit., -V-Q . , 1 '.-Nr.-5.1.-,gn 1 rr - ' ' 1 A ef? - V ?:?w,., or W" 4.1 , rn.. .D h e . . 'ef -N -.P Q . ,. f 'l 'Q f 1 A 1 "5 T-fi: N liii- 1 CLASS 1910 Siclney Ball Dudgeon Paul John Morris CLASS 191 1 Bennett Phelps Stiles Frecl Hauck CLASS 1912 ' Chalmer Boorman Traver Eclmoncl Stephen Gillette 415 ,rms "1.j":I'-' M17 52 532-li?'7'E'i V V ' '- - .- sr. .: w -111: gf' '-tg if-21:4 - 1 - ,.'.y,,:f:,1.'--ag: -agen A 9 ' " .:- - Q , N 1. 5'41:i7'.:E"i : .21 at 1 i A gi " "' f.1 .. , 1-": " 'f ' -' 4 i x -1 "3 ' i sv- X.. 6' " if' as-I K 0 ' N JN Af W' Nr ,T ,.,...s , -, 2--.aw sv . -' - 'W' if V ,g fag, - ? iff " F ' ' ' ' wfQf'.5?.'rf:"'::fix -' -. ' . ,G , .W.,.,..,f,,.-,rm g - ..f,,.., we 1. ft. 'lg intl Wliff , ,Q-, ,. " v . 'Q in .L,. ., Skull and Crescent Freshman Society Ray Baldwin Francis Boutin Victor Breytspraak Harry Bundy Don Connor john -Davies Erwin Fraser ' W. Ashton Johnson Arthur Kuhnen CLASS OF l9l3 416 Roy Lindsay Conover Lyford Arthur Lynch Robert Newman Harold Smith Benjamin Stone Rene Von Schleinitz Pete Watson Hubert Wright WUIMIEINIQS SEUJIGHIETHIES -CFKAPTPER II I 417 1 . . , -f ,f,-pw f ,. , num .vs w . "1f'1'v:1.:. ' '.g:.,-w::.-sg1.,2:-: ew- .5 X '11 wh 155-'fs'vgzw:-51,-,,-.-zy,'-114 --wzz:-uv 1-f-:fm ,,.:-1' X f- -4 v. E b,4-fm M G.. A. , - ,,,,, ,gp ,,,,, , 4 .. ,. ,. .,., V, -Q ne' - ' ww ' sux 9 Nga be .. ,....,,.,.,,......4c....22...--.z.1.., d...w.a... -Au... -1..-s.2':me-,c-f:.um..'-- c...'-.e.u.wee..Q.sze, , 1' .:.-'z-ai'-fewwwwwr-15:21Jassrlyzrp-,:-5::M-.-::les:-- fx' ,- f , K, 5 Jw W uns, gl 'K viz f, f' Q NN: , 3, Q.. . ' ,w e fmu-.... e WN, f A-e lm? f'..4-:- 1 4 11 f dn...-,, 4.1,:.e-,,g ., " '-53-am'--':'yL'-:::f r'3.1i:f'1. Vrifsifv K. Q' 132 " ' 1 .am 6 'wing 'sh e-:E g-f'gwm'ii1 E Z-6 'W ' R -sw' m fs 5 "Fi E 3 sislsr ii H9 iisiiiig A ..,, . ..., Z ..,f...- ...- v,-... .-. ,-..,., ..,, ....., . . . , .. - - -- X .. A s Agnes Challoner julia Flett Frances Shattuck Leslie Weed Vila McComb Edna Hughes Irma Vvohlenburg Wysslynx X,-5, ..,:f.q.-151, j w.- fgs xlz fa ,U 5? '. .If.,'zz::::,:.5:f::441:f-5. 1, - SFLT11 V, ' .,51'fI? - " .. . ff-5 1 on ,. S3 fi fi ' Y 5: K - Nora Buell Marjorie Gillett Gretchen Schoenloeben Lulu Dahl Mary Conover Josephine Allen Hester Jacobs Phoebe Twininv 418 " ' " : 1f,f .raft r , ' ,.,.' 'v ' ' ,JI ' if 1'!!L:.l-.4h ,.,' F .ET 2.3. X: v '-':.4,ur.: .-:ca-i?JI: Q . :ug N1 a-gs.-:j,x -- , A , g . V., -- , Q t - ' Q - 'Q g" 27, t 1 ,, fi' ' L. J YM, W f Mystic Circle Eugenia 'Brandt Agnes Challaner Mary Conover Hazel Babcock Dorothy Franlcenburger Edith Brook Ruth Birchard Mary Bunnel Marion Hartley Genevieve Dreutzer Gladys Gibson Frances Wheeler Henrietta Wheeler Henrietta Slade Callie Smith . fagigji ii I i avr' fu 7' G My -'fr fl , g I r SENIORS Lorraine Har JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Lois Wakehe FRESHMEN Elizabeth Gr 419 Julia Flett Blanch Lyle tman Marion Holmes Louise Perkins Josephine Vilas Laura Johnson Marie Mahis Verona Pratt Helen Swenson ld - Marie Levens Nina Miller Hilda Van Hise May Walker Katharine Clark Nina Edwards ant ' .- N'-7 'V 'f'- : '3 :3" 5 ' g if: 7 'Lf' " W R Q' 1- ff. . ,:-,- .-.1i!"1i,4...7 ,..,..A....,,...-.-,.,:.,,..-- ..,......,. , ..... ----f..... ...,, , m,:,-...L,- - 5 552 2.121 ' l , 'li 1 1 B Q QL 95 6 fw fy Hope Munemn Marin Dnolvy Gertrude Lukca Marion Wiclclcn. lrmu Wcml1lunlacn'g lV1or'ta1' Board S 4 20 Corn Scl1nc:iclcr Lulu Dull! Mary McKc-y Pauline Murphy Crclcllcn Polclmxrlmsclm LU R IT -wx , ,I tw . . . " w 5 -, f . - :-, 1. .1 , fs-' I 1 sn.. . 1 , .. 5 ,- :sw-:r 4' J1"Nr:,','. f ,., Eu:-...Lf gg1f'.,, ri. , -., .1 1.f..1-+.1.-If - Q ,4 5. I 1 : A fy---1ffQ..":a :..1.f:.' , sf:-. ,, 1,-aw fwfr sw- 141..,1s: -.psf-v YQ I P' .152 --s f' -' .sf B fa A1z,'22s't-ties AN! N . . - .. ' 9 . 7 . . P' - . - .- .4 -1 . 'W M W ,.s.:.,., , ,, .,,, ? N. l 'V , W I - . ,Q liUFJEC?DJQff1.XlC4 if . . C - I. ft. QILTJLEJB . ly , , A V -- ' N K ' - " - Pr-maps jff ' I I Wifi .sit 1 il I fi Association of Cosmopolitan Clubs C. C. Wang, Illinois. . . . , ......... President Michigan . .......... ............ ..... V ce-President Pennsylvania ......... ..... V ice-President Leland Stanford, Jr.. .... A ..... Vice-President Louis P. Lochner, Wisconsin ............., ........... ....... S e cretary P. F. Mebarry, Illinois. . ..........................,... ..... T reasurer Guol-1-Tsai Chao. . Chester F. Rohn .... Marius S. Petersen .... William R. McCann.. Lucien Piclcarts ...... Lewis C. Bennett ......., WISCONSIN CHAPTER A OFFICERS Bernard Berssenbrugge .... ............................ Leon A. Gutowskl ....................................... . .. .. . .. .President . . . . . . . .Vice-President . . . . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary .............Treasurer . . . .Student Conference . . . .Assistant Treasurer . . . .Sergeant-at-Arms BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chu-Tung Tsai, China, Chairman W Juan G. Macaraeg, Phillipines, Secretary Prof. George C. Comstock ..................................... .... U nited States Lucien Pickarts ................. ........... .... .... .... U n i t ed States Maxwell C. Otto ........ ...... G ermany Kim-Tong I-Io. .............,................. 1 .............. ..... I-I awaii C-uok-Tsai Chao ................................................. ...... C hina CI-IAIRMEN STANDING COMMITTEES Executive Committee ............................................ Juan G. Macaraeg Membership Committee ....................... V ......... . .......... Lewis C. Bennett Program and Social Committee. . . House Committee .,.......... . . . Audit and Finance Committee .... . . .... . . 422 . . . .Chester F. Rohn . . . .Marius S. Petersen . . . .Albert I-I. Ochsner ,.,, ,, . .f A w 4b1 I-IONORARY MEMBERS Pres. Charles R. Van Hise Prof. George C. Comstock Prof. Julius E. Olson ACTIVE AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS H CANADA GERMANY NORWAY SWEDEN Robert B. Mitchell Arthur Eichlaerg Marius S. Petersen William Aberg George E. Kiewert Louritz C. Narbo WALES L Ch' CEZFQXNA Maxwell C. Otto PERSIA Robert W. Davis Gish-Tlai Citi K. -T HAEYIAII Aram M.PEleazariam UNITED STATES Ling-lt H0 lm Ong O L . C I ?RU Harry Abendroth Iljlyan L? h M h V HOLLAND his Lggugla ante Roger P. Batchelor siang- ue o B C1 B 13, . R l h Ri. B' h d Bock T- Moy emar Ierssen rugge Alejanlglro S. Lescano H255 N- B311 ar Yer C, OW an NDIA HILLIPINES Y g Chu-Tung Tsai Wen-Shion Tsu Ye-Tsung Tsur Kok-San Woo COLUMBIA Marco A. Santamaria ENGLAND Lewis C. Bennett William K. Cochrane Sidney H. Stuart Barendra K. Palit Har Das Wohra JAPAN Shigeyoshi Olvata MEXICO Jose Ballasteros Federico E. Cardenas Francisco M. Cardenas Ernesto de la Fuente Jose Ma. de la Fuente Jose Garza Jose Gaston Jose L. Jalandoni Jacinto M. Kamantigue Juan G. Macaraeg Oscar S. Soriano RUSSIA Boris Emmett Leon A. Gutowsl-ti Dr. M. C. Kay Abraham Merlcin Leonard B. Moiseyeft John Schmidt Arnold O. Dahlberg Arthur B. Doe Henry A. Drescher Le Grande G. Dyke Howell Evans Neill W. Fox Courtney D. Freema Charles F. Harding Arthur Jorgenson Halbert L. Kaclish Louis P. Lochner Hollis B. Lorenz Prof. R. L. Lyman Il Prof. Grant Showerman William R. McCann Dr. Charles McCarthy Dexter R. Mapel Hal R. Martin Erwin A. Meyers Paul G. Miller Albert H. Ochsner Reuben C. Peterson Lucien Piclcarts Will C. Reyer Stephen Rigney Prescott C. Ritchie Prof. P. S. Reinsch John W. Rodewald Chester E. Rohn Arthur C. Runzler Kemper Slidell William H. Spohn Ewald D. Steinhagen Harry R. Wahl Benjamin B. Wallace Herbert L. Woolhiser Hubert F. Zimmermann THE CLUB ' 423 4 O " . - . -. .." ,Pi ,A,, 1. .:: 4. - Badger Rowing Club OFFICERS ' Walter S. Bartlett .... ............... ....... P r esident, Reuben N. Trane ..... . .... Vice-President Loren L. Hebbard ...... ............. ...,... e cretary Courtney D. Freeman. . . ................. ..... T reasurer . - , MEMBERS . Bartlett, W. S. Hornelfer, F. C. Roehling, H. Wilce, W. Bigford, G. L. Iakisch, R. Rote, R. L. Worthington, G Blair, M. Imbroden, D. C. Ryan, E. Van Loon, W. Dahlberg, A. O. John, H. W., Seyerson, B. O. Wiskocil, C. F. Falk, G. S. Jones, M. L. Slidell, K. Zander, A. W. Fenn, C. C. Kearney, T. M, Sizer, R. S. Haeger, F., Jr. Firth, M. Kerr, Sam Sumnicht, H. H. Hebberd, L. L. Freeman, C. E.. Larson, M. W. Stanley, E. W. Skinner, A. W. Gingrich, H. E. Murphy, P. - Steinberg Blomeyer, R. S. Griswold, C. Moore, S. Thomas, Wilson, I... K. Hanchett, D. Olson, K. G. Tiffany, E. Mackmiller, W. I-Iickox, O. Richardson, W. D. Trane, R. N. Busar, A. L. Holverscheid, R. ,Rogers, H. H. Torkelson, F. A. Bowen, R. BADC-ER ROWING CLUB ' Slydell Iakisch Wiese Hanchett Kerr Bartlett Wiscocil Hickox Blowmeyer Steinberg Freeman Sizer I-Iolverscheid Van Loon Worthington Hebbard Stanley Seve rson Ryan Zander Rogers B igford johns Rote Fa 424 E ,..' .,,,,, is qv ' Mendota Crew Club Traver Corley Watson Mercer Ball Knebes Kimball McFarland Lloyd-jones Webbe Crumpton Holmes Simmons Hendrickson Bergh Schwada Brainerd Lewis Flint 'Brook Springer Anderson Templeton Winholt Doe Harshaw Schwenlcer Voyer Witte Wied Wilson Mann Toebaas Dexter Witte.. . . L. E. Voyelr ..... W. E. Wiecl ..... C. F. Schwenlcer. . Arpin, H. Ball, D. C. . Biclcelhaupt, W. V. Brooks, N. D. Chapman Doe, A. B. Dyar,,H. H. Ellis, W. H. Gillette, A. C. Goodnow, A. C. Crottschallc, E. A. OFFICERS ........Presidenl . . . . .Vice-President .. . . . . . .Secretary ......Treasurer MEMBERS Hare, K. I Sclxwalbe Holmes, Schwacla, P. Hutchinson, F. P. Schwenker, C. F. Johnson, A. l... Rossback. C. Kimball, W. l... Terry, C. Knebes, E. Toebass, O. T. Kraatz, K. l... Trouer Lewis, H. Voyer, l... E. Mann, K. M. Wied, W. E. McFarland, R. E. Wilson, S. H. Creit, A. Winlxolt. W. F. 425 , . . ..,, , ., . :ws Q ,, . .. A ,. ff. . ' h 5-. svxg1.v'5"e"s w .Sli-Ezifassw WXQQQ v,+s,o,s1.s:Q ,f-. Sv?" S 5.-7-Q G-993'-3 '-6v.'.'!- 'rig ers ?v!"'?Z" ,gigsyzbae .-, . -, 4,4932 .QW 3' -:gismmrfzsrlfl I we '-I 1:?5iffif?iEQ'Z1i .1 '05 .sf ---N f Q 2. gg? .1 Q njs' i,.'.gN . ,gg , - s . ?fse Os ss 83' g ver-.Xian rg' . po' v'Q4:o'+.--.--- Q vo ' 'Qebbiasmm P' ai 'Q'- sQ2Q9.QmQmv.I 9 "9 Q go, -gfrgszw ww' Q-':"""'-fb, ' .asmfi-SVA sv - xs. yo -QQQQWQQQMOAQ 'L' ' 0OO'S L, Q0,QOQQv14v.w , ,906 99444319 4 0,009 1- 'swssmuszksrs' 9998. , - ....,.,.,:. . I s ,va-,v..51,.g -3 Qg5,99,S X few' 499 eeaexs ,094 I 0 I 60 -1 . 'QS 1 0,-2553 X 384 xx' Q S "2 23:5 3' '3536i+++2f1 'o'2v9'. , L6.944,4e'eW'e:? ,5Q,Q0 . 'N' 75' 0'o8'4' sf - .- .eww .wfltesaa - -sw'-' " oeiyvglks 'sl'ff"o9X ss. ww 9 6'o'o9'3v 'WI . XWWYQ it 89'Q',Qug,.-'o'50,o'9'9-' Nw Q0 Q newmeseov ' AAAKQAYQXY . -WAw'AxmmxxxxxmXmmxxvw-meg XNN... TQ ' mfgtazaigsi-:fzfrrsfs:zssl lm' ,gamgasgf - I nf:-:::::-s Y 05495 .1 .s gpgadgxg QF --1-'X n -we ' -15231 .6-'-'er - -.v.-.Q 4-:-'sr---. -' Ci ,668 .feeeffazi-ziagswi. 36-316 I' 5--T A ,Eg ' dew! Q fe- wt-:P Q-2-div Q.-n-.s Qoxwgzqaair.-. -1-'asses 5.-me "Ve '-""2' With apologies to Michael Angelo's "Surprised at the Bath." J. W. Wilce .,.. ....... P resident E. A. Meyers. . .. . .Vice-President Board of Directors fudge B. Winslow, President Mr. E. F. -Riley, Treasurer Prof. M. S. Slaughter Prof. W. A. Scott Mr. M. Boyd Advisory Commiitee Prof. M. V. O, Shea, Chairman Prof. E. B. Skinner Prof. F. C. Hubbard Prof. E.. B. Van Vleclc Dean l... E.. Reber Mr. Emerson Ela Mr. C. N. Brown E. C. Stevens .... . Young Menls Christian Association ASSOCIATION OFFICERS l'I. I-I Rogers.. .... Secretary 1. E.. Fuller .... ...Treasurer .Asst. Treasurer Commiliee Chairmen IT. C. I-lenlce, Membership E.. A. Meyers, Bible Study H. l... Biclcel, Social A. H. Tuttle, Religious Meetings J. E.. Fuller, Finance bl. C. Stephens, Missionary VV. F. Boyd, Deputalion P. Morris, Music G. E.. Brereton, Advertising Marshall Lewis, Employment Arthur Jorgensen, Gen'l Secretary Edw. H. Lockwood. Asst. Secretary 426 icc t. Wisconsin Union COMMITTEE George W. Blanchard - Walter A. Buchen Leonard W. Voyer james S. Thompson Samuel Kerr, Jr., Chairman Reuben N. Trane John W. Wilce Arthur E. Jorgensen Morris B. Mitchell Vacancies filled by Student Conference Committee with nominations by Union Committee. TI-IE. WISCONSIN UNION THE PAST-Three years of success as an exponent of democratic hospitality at Wisconsin as a successful business proposition. and as a growing factor in student life. THE PRESENT-Realization that the first floor of Association Hall will be neltt year too small to serve as the location of tbe Wisconsin Union: that the Y. M. C. A. has grown until it already needs the spaceg that the growth of student life, demand for central meeting place. and need for a student building, make a Union Building one of the crying wants of the University. g THE FUTURE-A fBI50,000 building for the Wisconsin Union, erected by the alumni and people of the state through their appreciation of life at Wisconsin as compared with Minnesota, where for example a 34001300 Union building is soon to be erected. Trane Buchen Wilce Kerr B laneha rd Mitchell Voyer Thompson 427 Q ' x . x ' V' lf '- f - .ann X ae--1' A . , V , -g .. 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I E - fl X .I IW Mnfmffnfmngl , Z n I - . f 5 x rj ,fmffr f l ' hQEEE3E 5EEEiEi?EF, Robertson Plamon don Beebe Titus Davies Barth Whipple Haley Luclberg Ankeney Kitagawa Wilson Schwartz Chamberlin Herrick Kroening Daniels Liclral Algeo - Torkelson Fisher Kerwin lVlacl..aren VanLoon Bates Riley Schwada May Pinney Sherburne Hammond B all Kringle Roherty Bennett Boon Lueclke 428 l .. . . . o Civil Engineers, Club ' OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER President ......1 .... 1 . N. Roherty Vice-President. . . . .... L. M. Hammond L -A':f N Secretary .,............ .... G . W- Chamberlin Recording Secretary ....... ..... P rof. L. S. Smith I Student Conference Com .... ..-- F . C- Tl1i6SSCI1 Treasurer ............,... L. F- BOOT! F. E.. Bates J. C. Beebe H. L. Garner xl. Barth A. E.. Bennett L. F. Boon C. W. Chamberlin P. H. Daniels F. E.. Davies L. S. Davis L. M. Hammond P. H. Hintze A. E.. Kringle C-. Kruell S. H. Ankeney W. CZ Ball E. A. Burmeister W'm. Curwen F. Hoffman H. H. Johnson H. L. Algeo VV. H. Griffith R. H. Kroening P. C. Britnall H. Haley GRADUATES A. L. Herrick A. A. Whipple W. Titus SENIORS J. Lidral A. L. Luecllce G. C. Merrel J. C. Pinney G. Plamonclon R. E. Robertson A N. Roherty F. V. Sherburne F. C. Thiessen I F. A. Torkelson A. H. Tuttle Wm. Van Loon jumons T. Kitagawa A. Lucllaerg R. A. McLaren A E. May G. L. Morris S. F. Wilson T. P. Schwacla ' SOPHOMORES F. C. Loweth J. Porter T. W. Reilly A. A. Schwartz FRi2sHMr:N . R. D. Hughes W. M. lVlclVlurry 429 ,-gxz N .f e ,- 5 g - ."-L...-1.59"-,1.-fr.- -'Q '--:ai ' r. - -. w 'ff's's-:..-vw:-,.:- Q -:nw-'Qm:.,'.-:K:f-r:Qs.4,1:-14 zs,:f'-myiremwr l .,-'mg xv. '- 1 -. 'ff.f,v:,,.: W...-zz-. fs- --:k-.-wb . 407+ : .1-Xa.-.1-.431 Y--.-,Yr-ge.P,.-"ez,-f'Ez 5-4:-sq-:v:+:-4--1.-'-r...-v.-M---:Paif-p-f.':N:.ffr:-1. L Q Q' f ' G S Q4 51.5.2-,. '.1.:1:"1-'is:-5.1-.m..-1fwaf.n5n.ris svszdcezu..'..a:.-.fr:str::1' -V U. W. Engineers, Club B. Berssenbrugge H. Newman W T. Lent W. C. Andrews W. R. McCann J. N. Lightbody W. F. McGrath J. E.. Love P. Nee E.. E.. Browing L. A. Simmons A. T. Schultz H. H. Magdsick I. H. Spoor A. E.. Meinecke jUNioRs E. H. Handy A. C. Sladky P. C. Ritchie SOPHOMORES H. l... Woolhiser F. C, Ruhloff l. R. Mead l.. H. Bullard l... H. Stewart FRESHMEN H. E. Bergmann SECOND TERM Herbert Newman ..lvan H. Spoor .William F. McGrath ..Patricli Nee 1:-IRS TERM OFFICERS4 . Walter C. Andrews. . . ..... President ..... . . . . . Herbert . Newman. . .... Vice-President ..... .... . . Wilmar T. Lent. ........ ' ..... ..... S ecretary ........... . . . Arthur F Schultz .................... Censor ................. ..... Student Conference .......... Bernard Berssenbrugge MEMBERS SENIORS P. H. Siefert , E..D. Stillwell A. T. Sjoblow R. L. Rote ' L. L. Hebberd R. S. Hoyt H. M. Doerschulc' ' H. H. Page K. E. Replogle W. R. Wolff N. H. Preissman Magdsick Lightbody Siefert McCann. S jolnlom Meinecke Schultz Mead Bergmann Woolheisei- Stewart ,Spoor Ruhloff Ritchie Page Replogle McGrath Love Bullard Stilwell Simmons Wolf Andrews Lent Berssenbrugge Hoyt Preissman Rote Handy Brewing Heblnerd Doerschulc 430 Vllvl -111 ..: J ' . z : 4 . ' U2lJf.-14'-:knwl . i liv r4' " ' U. W. Student Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 'U ET 'U 'U V7 5 wi 35 2 'T' 1' Q- Q' ES 9- mf- 11.10 Salle 5: tn SEO 9- grill 5702. 2-. rgfi-mf' 2' .. 2' 2 WSCLQW oD"m"'g 2 0: N 2 Q "' 1' IP S an UQUJ Cawgs O E.E.9"f2 cb--g ,- -ri '4 I 2 NC, O r-I 1:75 F1 Q-1 'PU oygc 9, UJ gag, N 52,5 :1 '45- '1 .. ruff MKII! 0 5-10 511 -T xv :1 V1 ,Q D M55-E :S Q2 gm . S2 LS-' U- 0 C O :J 5 o D. 2270 aa? i"4."5'fD :T W-1 H 2 I" E'-l mi' oo :B E gs o o 'C 0 OO QPU II? CULT! C. L. K. J- R. N. Trane.. E.. L. Kastler .. G. A. Click ....... J. S. Langwill ...., R. A. Ruedebusch . H. Allen C. Boardman E.. Doherty L. Falk P. Gleason A. Click M. Bleyer A. Christie W. Edmund F. Gray L. Heblnerd l... Kraatz S. Langwill MEMBERS Sizmons P. S. Godfrey R. Holverscheid E. H. Keator E.. ls. Kastler F. H. l..inley A. C. Pearsall JUNIORS L. C. Larson A. MacArthur, W. R. lVlcCan.n R. S. Moore B. H. Mueller W. H. Pugh P. S. Ritchie 431 . . . . . . .President . . . .Vice-President ...........Sec1'etary Assist. Secretary . . . . ..... Treasurer R. A. Ruedebusch A. F. Schultz l. H. Spoor G. H. Suhs R. N. Trane D. M. Workman A. C. Sladky G. E. Steudal N. C. Sweet O. T. Thompson A. A. Wegner R. D. Watson E. F. Week , wma, .::- ...,- Aw . f f ,4 .1 Q. ,n - .1 .f'1 -.-Wza fob.-7?.A.J75. Company Company Company Company Company Company .ya, J,.. 4 ony, E, A 'S S. .ij . N4 ' M , . ' fa -- --1 121-iv 1--I--ps Scalobard and Blade HONORARY OFFICERS' SOCIETY FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY or W1scoNs1N QQXQM -like spy W' if COMPANY ROLL A .... ......... B D F ..... ....... f, fes- - 1 A -:ii Q GJ " -f Nigga'-. ' 2 Zggg' Q53 i -E e 1,5 s eff 3 -ef 5532 ag '- r -31,553 i97 f ' I ' ' vii N ,TA . 4 1 , "Wu "' 'sw Q 4 7 'ZR nfl j ,G COMPANY A I-IoNoP.ARY MENIBERS University of Wisconsin .University of Minnesota . . . . .Comel-l University . . . . .University of lowa . . . . Purdue University . . . .University of lllinois Chas. A. King, Captain United States Armyg Brig. Gen... United States Volunteers. Ralph McCoy, Captain Fifth United States Infantry. Chas. R. Boardman, Brigadier General and Adj. Gen., Wisconsin National Guard. John G. Solsman, Colonel and Assistant Adj. Gen-, Wisconsin National Guard. Geo. H. Joachim, Colonel First Regiment lnfantry, Xvisconsin National Guard. ' ACTIVE MEMBERS Colonel W. B. Schutte Major K. E. Xllfagner Major Newman Captain L. M. Hammond Captain H. D. Blake Captain L. R. Talbot Captain R. H. Martin Captain H. D. White Captain VV. T. Brunow Lieutenant H. A. Baker Lieutenant W. H. Ellis Lieutenant L. H. Stewart 432 'Captain Lieutenant Colonel T. Welsh Major H. A. Schuette J. R. Coleman Captain C. W. Esau Captain C. Moritz Captain L. L. Hebberd Captain F. F. Cardenas Lieutenant L.. K. Wilson Lieutenant H. L. Kadish Lieutenant R. R. Hibbard Lieutenant H. V. Meissner Lieutenant V. R. Bacon Lieutenant W. C. Elmore V '-!V L x g Q Scabbard and Blade ' Blake Hammond C. Esau Mann W. Esau Coleman ' Talbot Schuette Brunow Moritz Wagner Schulte Capt. McCoy, U. S. A. Welsh Newmann 433 ZH 1 ,Mm -Q7 ga Hr' f.f,t -f:1:1,: 4 .. Ii gill 6 1 Cb as ...A ,,... M ,,A, ., ,.,.,,,. y,.,,,a4..,.x ,,,. X . ..A,, . ..,,,,. . .ag .,...,,,,..., , ,,,. .. 'w gf 1 HOLSTEI L B fam, i x rr. R N R ,Z Z W. Holstein Friesian Club OFFICERS President ........ ,............ . A H Kulllman Vice-President ..... C A I-Sclalfe Secretary-Treasurer ......... A C Baer MEMBERS A. H. Kuhlman C. A. LeClaire l... F. Graber A. C. Ooslerhuis W. W. Weir A. l... Thompson E. S. Charles A. C. Baer H. Cv. Smith R. P. Bean J. Doerschuclc Benj. Jelinelc SHORT COURSE H. H. Hoarcl R. Tempero H. C. Darlington J. R. Spence Cx. B. Shermeron 434 C. C. Morris L. A. Henlce Peters . O. Dahlberg JYT' A. A. Brown lVl. A. Robinson B. F. Braclley W. A. Doplce -R. B. Wilcox R. E. Lundee H. A. Dresher S. Michelstelter MEMBERS Alvin Brotherton W. H. Barker sl. H. Quale Wm. King Albert Hudson mv 6 ..1, P1 ,f., Holstein Fresian Club , Drescher Michelstetter Baer Dohlberg Brown Bean Ooslerhuis Dcerschulc Graber Le Clair Peters Smith Kuhlman Henke Charles Morris l-loard Thompson 435 ...mfr .-.-..,..,. .,., , . ' . . , .. . ,.,. . f - fax?2222a4e'-L?s'Z.fw1- . .V , . 11 " . . w - anim. , -1.1 - . . ' ..2f1.Mv 'we-.fm1zv':aL:4.fiis gg: .. 1 , . . 11 ' . 12. 'rss' 'zz F . .- 9 iw... 2:.E:.'-1-1,-'ew " 15 if A ' - ...gc-. -1.f"iz2f1a1-'- - - ,zszmt fM.aasz::eN:.AxE:Efaf:f'22 - c am 1: .ewan-.Q-?:2:1..e.:?e..-::s:1:f-r5-:J W. W. Daniells Chemical Societv Knight Carns Newman Kleclc Harrop Roeling Mclfillop Holbrook Bronson V Kolloge Bugbee Crawford Schuette Textor ' Cook Batchelor Sliwinslci Wollin Morris Firsi Semester OFFICERS Second Semesier H. A Schuette ...... ........ P resident ....... ..... A . R. Buglnee P. W. Noe. ......... ..... . .... V ice-Presiclent ..... ....... H . H. Morris VV. C. Crawford ..... .,........... T reasurer .......,. .... W . C. Crawford E. H. Carus ....... ............... S ecretary ........... ..... A . A. Wollin Student Con ference Representative A H. Roehling HONORARY MEMBERS Prof. W. W. Danielle Prof. Richard Fischer Prof. Louis Kahlenherg Prof. Edward Kremers Dr. H. Mathews Prof. Victor Lenher ACTIVE MEMBERS i Sr-:Nicks A. R. Bughee H. Roehling J. X. Neumann G. P. Wolf C. C.. Meloche JUNIORS R. P. Batchelor W. R. lVlcKillop W. T. Cushing W. T. Cushing F. l... Theurer O. D. Knight SOPHOMORES G. L. Brightman H. E. Holbrook E. H. Carus 'E. l... Chaplin O. C. Roehling W. G. Crawford K. F. Dickinson C, K. Textor G. A. Harrop FRESHMEN V. L. Bohnson R. D. Cooke A. Duggan C. F. Kleck 436 Prof. Jas. H. Walton Dr. W. G. Wilcox P. W. Noe H. A. Schuette P1 Sl :bpm . F. Kolloge A. Sliwinslci . A. Wallin -.,',. Q' T University Socialist Club A SOCIAL PROBLEMS STUDY CLUB. DRGANIZED IN 1902 The advocate of what is false has every reason to make his advances stealthily and to curry favor with the world. The man who feels that he has truth on his side must step firmly. Truth is not to he dallied with.--Coelhe. The age of chivalry is never past so long as there is a wrong unredressed on earth. or a man or woman left to say: "I will redress that wrong, or spend my life in the attempt." -Kingsley. "Every reform was once a private opinion if at 'T' To believe your own thought, to believe, that what is true for you in your private heart is true for all men-that is- genius."-Emerson. MEMBERS E.. E.. Witte. . . ...., 1909 O. Rademaeher. . . . . . l9lO S. Perlman ...... ..... l 9l0 A. S. Leseano. ..... .... l 911 A. Shillander .... ..... l 9l0 Luis C. Infante .... .... l 9ll E. Mathie. . . ..... 1910 B. F. Dostal .... ,... l 9l2 David Saposs.. .' .... I9II Schmidt .... .... l 912 B. Emmett. .... .,... l 913 G. P. Turner... ....l9l3 Harmon Lewis. . . ..... 1911 Jacob Bruning.. . . . . . .l9l3 Dostal Schmidt Saposs Shillancler Perlman Lescano Bruning Hookstaclt lnfante I ... il A1.11 x'...:.' fr, 1 T' ED - I " . it X f fx , X X X X' If I .I f , , I N X -V y . ff E .4 5 M s . Vg 1 'V r I , I Y V X. 'X X X X l XZ Y W1 l H XX. X' X-Qz xxi Y l -V ' --- --,'-4 f..ef4'eL6i,2-- r. L S x CE E 2 Q Bfrtvrs - E 51, lf S A ' -Eg li 5 lll --l-?i-- ?'if:I'-2 i - li ll nf- ll-f?'1 -Q iii, Y, I is my-'Fi F-WWF -Y A J Organized December ll, l902. Firsi Semester Henry W. John. .... . john W. Curtis .... Amos King ..... Harold E. Logan .... Courtney D. Freeman Prof. XV. A. Scott 'Prof. S. W. Gilman Prof. B. H. Meyer Geo. T. Bulfin James R. Coleman Stanley C. Coward John H. Curtis Cyril E. Davey John F. Egan Courtney D. Freeman Almeron Hardy Harold A. Arpin Robert D. Green Fred Hauclc Charles l... Johns George E. Bennet Marc Boguslawsky OFFICERS ........President...... .. . . . .Vice-President. . .. . . . ..Secretary.... .........Treasurer.... . ..... Student Conference.. HONORARY MEMBERS Prof. D. Earl Burchell Prof. H. C. Taylor ACTIVE MEMBERS. Class 1910 Herbert E. Jacobs Hugh C. Jamieson Moses A. Jencks Henry W. John Amos King Arthur S. Langmas Harold E. Logan George H. Mills Class 1911 Robert C. O'Malley Chester F. Rohn Robert L. Schuetter Class 1912 Roland F. Coerper George W. Janda 438 Second Semesier .. . ...Harold E. Logan . . . . . .Edgar C. Wilson . . .Calvin F. Schwenker . . . . . .John E. Treleven . ..Courtney D. Freeman Prof. C. Monaghan Dr R. H. Hess Dr. C. D. Cool Charles M. Nash Henry K. Pratt Alfred Prinz Jefferson A. Simpson Benjamin F. Springer John E. Treleven Earl S. Weber Frederick Weld 'Alvin W. Schwarting Calvin F. Schwenker Edgar C. Wilson Xvilliam H. Zinlce Sidney Moore Roger A. Skinner CP. .A,. Qr.,,QH.1,,,, Qi Q' T h 9 1 1 G9 ,Q ,.',,', -,., A,,, ., ,1., 5,,.l-., V1... ' . , gffxma xi V . u f ,- .,. X ii ide..- T - H " I , x it ' - A A . .,.,,.,.-,,... ..,a.-Q..-fa a...aQ,:,,-:.n- -. , . !,g,i.g,.,,, .. 9,..f.v.,,45,.. 1- ,V Q, ..jjA.,,, ,Q Y H- , 1 J M 7 M J lg U Commerce Seniors v Jencks Langmas Wilce Simpson Gantz Henlce B iclcel Jacobs Prinz Hardy Jamieson Quirlc Bullin Pratt Coleman Curtis Freeman Treleven Lloyd Coward Egan Prof. Gilman Prof. Scoll Springer King Weber Fuley Mills John Logan Davey 439 9 - ' - H - . . .lf '- - '. - ,::- ' " f A 5 - -.125 8 251- . " E.-'-:r:3Eir..,m5.3-35' 'J-1:4 -. .4 ,-'fy-,'-23. L. -- Lg W .. 1.1 .E i..,,:"...: .gag -. .ask 'ig-5 3:5-', 5 I '.'2.g 1. .- ,rf-- 8 2,::g' 1.12,-':, ' .-1..'f.'i:'.+-f-:i- ji: .J i J English Club E Brown Rossberg Owen A Taylor Black Cary Dr. W. Cunliffe ........,...... ......... H onorary President EXECUTIVE BOARD John D. Black .,............................,........ President Johanna Rossberg . . . .............. Vice-President Elmer C. Brown ...... ........... S ecretary and Treasurer Marie C. Cary .... ........... C hairman of Dramatic Dept. Clara Taylor ..... .... C hairman of- Song and Poetry Dept. Ralph A. Cwen... .... Chairman of Genl. Literature Dept Vfeslcy F Ayer... ............................. . . . . 440 ,...' .-1A-1 ,f..,' 7 ul ff., A , 5' IN ,Zigi J' - .1 1 W fs- ' 2,41 ------- lj- , . -f' g f A ,i -+35 hggg5q5g3'!5MI 591 S f f r it .4-.--1 S--. --f A if I it --mai' :iff 1 X 6zaiaa,,?' f - ff- A Math' - ff? 5 7 1'-WW. W4 "' E .B S Q62 c -. c - "5 WIPPJ-IVEY OFFICERS Q J. T. Shaefer. ....... ............ P resident A. S. Lescano .... It D. F. S. H. Smith ..,.. .....Secretary-Treasurer M. Kamantiguej "" Heaters HONORARY MEMBERS n Captain R. McCoy Sargeant W. G. Atkins L. N. Zarfos Z. Nespor ACTIVE MEMBERS C. F. Kleck W. Eckstein M. H. Knutsen A. M. Levitan H. L. Algeo W. C. Farnum - M. Kamantigue J. T. Shaefer T, Aylward B. Hubbard A. S. Lescano F. S. H. Smith B. A. Barker J. M. Kamantigue A. S. Lescano B. H. Barker B. Hubbard W. C. Famum C. F. Kleck Jean T. Sheafor fpresj F. S. H. Smith H. L. Algeo 441 f ' - - - 5 -Y-WLL T is.. . K it 'V ' I 4sqQs, I L1f3,-QLQlJ,i,JEfga??.IB.cL1i.!5,e,an,e53f?mg , .A ,.V. fwfr ii4"'5g'wf"Tf-tau wg- a- f,'11.r:.i.,.emerist.'.'.-,fmrf.V.:-..awwwQzggysbi-1..:.'.-.i.a-'wi...ig-paJ.,f .:ffe:.maf'-me--M - F' 4. .M OO 25 22. Em' 2? :S '45, 22 gf itil o.I -, ,-1. IZ 2: Cr: Bl. 55 2' DS at T' mi: Z1- W . ml. m?5:3 P1 Er ET? 5? 11.77 FL 20 FH' 35' 145' PM mg 5' O. IG ' ':."'4 U5 O fn si OD! ,-.- gf: 25 U. ... 'FIUZJIJ . M. Doyle, Mitchell . E. Fulton, Britton UTA Appel, Huron Ash, Morean Biclcelhaupt, Aberdeen M. F. B. C. X. Cxreenough, Pierre C. O. C. Johnson, Madison W. V. Biclcelhaupt, Aberdeen T. G. C. Lamm, Watertown E. B. Blake, Huron M. B. Lamont, Aberdeen . G. B. Blake, Huron -I. A. Lewis, Terraville V. H. Schlichting, Deadwood F. McHugh, Aberdeen E. W. Stanley, Hot Springs W. M. McMurray, Lake Preston S. W. Stanley, Hot Springs CPWO F1 D. Stillwell, Alexandria M. Warren, Sioux Falls . M. Whisman, Huron W. Lagen, Centerville H. Williams, Gettysburg H. Manley, Lake Preston H. Mead, Clear Lake B. Rowley, Huron 137 442 i i' i g f-7 1 . 1 -4 i i ':1"-'1 ,.!,.f " 52' E5 F sri 0 Q ' A, ' 0 in 0 hu. A 6 Qxxe xii ' RE?'.Sb,. " X L .-. ., :H : 4 ef riff ' " . . . ,. ,Li -J ' , . . " 'N " " ' - fare A ' gli-Q-5A F' lik - . f i f - 'if ' K Q j V i i X ' l 7 al l Q X X , Y I r v. lg i X f J f We " It ix , slwseab OFFICERS President ....... .....,........... .... P e arl Richardson Vice-President .... ............ ..... E cl na Johnson Secretary ..,.... . ...... I ....... Helen Davis Treasurer. ....................,............... Gertrude Kitchell CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES Membership. Bible . Study. Devotional ...... . . ..... . . Intercollegiate Social ........ .. .. .. . . .Edna Johnson Missionary.. . . . Chapel. ...... . House Manager . . .. .Mildred Murry Lucy Case ....MatildaSchuh Extensions................ .............,.....Marie Cary Financial .................,....... Gertrude Kitchell ADVISORY BOARD Mrs. W. A. Scott Mrs. C. S. Woodward Rev. R. I-I. Edwards Miss Abby S. Mayhew M. S. Dutlgeon Vespers .................... .... May Mielenz . . . . . .Winifred Crane ... , . . . .. ....Irene Shenkenberg .Hazel Straight M ary Tsehudy Tschudy . Case Murray Cary Kitchell Schuh Schenlcenberg Straight Taylor Davis Richardson Johnson Mielenz Crane 443 ' ,". .A-, Q ,1 ',, '.,- . .,Q , . D... M we 14f 6 1 Qi' Q' SN I DEPART! I Ju g. ,MEMS THE - ' " 1 'Yi-W ' 1 "" - 1 CANDY, " ii VW!! ' ' ' 'ZIVIY' f, , i Fifi EQZIQQ - f X 1 -A gf -ff W e r Ellz.,- 5:3 .sf .W Q! . Y i :Q va LL ,f X fiurrs . Elf, S. G. A. Executlve Board ' OFFICERS Emily D. Winslow ...... A .............. ........ P resident Gertrude Kitchell ..... ..... .... V i ce-President Martina Marsh ..... ...... S ecretary Ethel R. Taylor ............................... .... T reasurer TOWN REPRESENTATIVES Marie l... Fess Harriet G. Martin Kayntah Ferrar Mahelle E. Stevens GIRLS ROOMING IN TOWN Lucy A. Case Mary E.. Reid Ct-IADBOURNE HALL REPRESENTATIVES Katharine True Edda V. Ofstie Pearl A. Dinan SORORITIES V Alpha Phi ..................................... Josephine Plank Alpha Gamma Delta .... ..... M ildred M. Murray Alpha Chi Qmega ..... .Alpha Xi Delta .... Chi Omega ........ Delta Delta Delta. . .. Delta Gamma ..... Gamma Phi Beta .... 9, Kappa Alpha Theta ..... Kappa Kappa Gamma .... P1 Beta Phi ........... 444 . . . .Irma A. I-lelllaerg ..Pearl E. Blanchard .Kathryn M. Fordyce . . . .Helen M. Thursby . . . . .Gertrude Sellery ..Elizabeth D. Perry . . . .Hester A. Jacobs . . . . .Dorothy Rogers . . . .Ada O. MacAdam ., V 'CTN -17"-S1 , W .V -1 l, 1 V :, I W .t W V- .mb X rv., W W , 1 V,.1.5i..f,n,, , ,E HJI. '-z - V 5 L -Ha L V , , 1 Q. A . , "" l X ' 1 " -. -, ,.,A 1 - , S. G. A. Murry Fess Thursby Martin Ferrar Reed U Fordyce Jacobs Taylor Kitchell Marsh Plank Borgan Sellery Sclxram Blanchard Vfinslow Perry Rogeys McAdam 445 ,'.-w ":" ,w:-.1 Q 1-' QV President Secretary 6 President .... Secretary .... President Secretary Treasurer . . College Equal Suffrage League HEADQUARTERS 505 Fifth Avenue, New York City N, I Z5 ' W R VO E5 FOR WOMEN if 1 I JLOYD 1.-li I h OFFICERS Miss M. Carey Thomas, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania MADISON BRANCH OFFICERS ....Mrs.W1ll COLLEGE CHAPTER OFFICERS 446 Miss Caroline Lexow iam Willard Daniells .Mrs. Joseph Jaslrow . . . . . Edna Howard . .. . Marian Whidden . . . .Phyllis Albertson 'x. we "', . 191 1 13 Q C113 Pifif' CEDPQKEG 5 LQMXJUS ei SES Membership, l909- I O ..... 270 MEMBERS OF EX ....... .Dr. M. H. Haertel Vice-President ...... .... President .....,.. Johanna Rossberg-Leipnitz 'B. F. Springer ....... H. E Zimmermann Ada P. Swanson I Helen C. Thursby l Elizabeth Rossberg-Leipnitz Sophomore Student Member ............. H. V. Meissner .Senior Student Members. . . Junior Student Members ..... ECUTIVE COMMITTEE Secretary ......... ....... ......., J . D. Deihl Treasurer ..,.........,..... ....... P rof. Ernst Voss Chairman Literary Committee ........., .Prof. l... Kind Chairman Chairman Chairman Chairman Social Committee ....... Prof. Susan A. Sterling Music Committee ....,...... Dr. B. Morgan Dramatic Committee ......,.... Dr. Ernst Peise Scientific Section ......... Prof. A. R. Hohlfeld Conductor Conversational Sec. . .Johanna Rossburg-Leipnitz PROGRAMS SINCE FEBRUARY., 1909. 4 March 3. Lecture. "Vier tausend -Jahre deutscher Cieschichtefi Prof. Eduard Prolcosch. March 17. UE1' muss taube sein." One act comedy given under the direction of Miss Johanna Rossberg. April 1. Program in charge of the student members of the Executive Committee. The main feature was the presentation of the one act comedy, "Logierbesuch zum Kiinstlerfestf' a dramatization by Miss Johanna Rossberg of Arnold's story bearing the same title. April 21. Musical program. 1V1ay '4. "Peter Squenzf, Comedy by Andreas Ciryphius. Under the direction of Dr. Peise. CAST Peter Squenz. . .... Mr. Straube Die Yflland ........, Mr. Biersach Kassandra, Konigin. .Miss Tucker Piramus ......... .... M r. Springer Der Lowe ..,..... . . .Mr. Greubel Violandra, Prinzessin. .Miss Hoyt Thisbe .......... .Mr. Tiefenthaler Der Brunnen ......... Mr. Rieder Serenus, Prinz. .. .... Mr. Price Der Mond ...... ...Mr. Meissner Theodorus, Kiinig. ..... Mr. Hall Nlarschall .... ..., M r. Feise May 19. "Eindriiclce neudeutscher Kultur." Lecture by Prof. A. R. Hohlfeld. func 5. Program in charge of Social Committeeg dancing. Oct. 20. Opening meeting of the school year, in charge of the Social Committee. Nov. 3. "Das schwache Cteschlechtf' One act comedy by Ci. Radelburg. Under the direction of Dr. Feise. Nov. 17. Schiller program, in commemoration of the l50th anniversary of Schiller's birth. Prof. Roedder lectured on i"Schiller's l..eben." Music, declarations and a short farce, "Staberle , 1910. "Die deutschen Kleinstiidterf' Four act comedy by August von Kotzebue. Under direction of Dr. Peise. The following persons composed the cast: Harry Abendroth, Elizabeth Rossberg-Leipnitz, Agnes L. Johnson, Frank Conrad, Fleurette Hartwig, Anne Ross, Edward Carus, Rene von Schleinitz, Leo Tiefenthaler, Arthur Dec. 8. Program in charge of student members of Executive Committee. und die Polizeif' A Dec. 21. Christmas meeting. fan. 20 Etter, Merle Pierson, William Aberg and the little Misses Presber and Prolcosch. Ian. Feb. 2. Program in charge of Music Committee. 27. "Charles Sealsfieldf' Lecture in English by Prof. Otto Heller of Washingtlon, University, St, Louis, Mo. Scientific Section meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each monthg Conversational Section every Friday afternoon. General meetings of the Society on the first and third Wednesday of each month. 447 -. 'S' Q Q U. W. Mining Club ' i Q3 President .,.... V. . ' t Vice-President ..... I ' Secretary and Treasurer Q , Al , 2572 . Ah Mucker ......' . . . . . . . . . :Lf '5e.ffflI:yxlW First Assistant lVluclcer. . WI, 'ff K 'L , i 'El f MEMBERS I . I . Biclcelhaupt, W. V. McGuire, A. R. ' ' Bonesteel, l... G. Meineclce, F. X' 1 Fay, C. H. Nicol, T. Q , r C2 Fm, E. Pearsall, W. C.. 3' , Grant, D. M. Peterson, O. P. qi 2' Hansen, C. Pickett, K. W. I?-n PP: Madson, F. H. Reid, B. Sf Robertson, A. F. H. Lee Welsh H. E. Schmidt W . G. Pearsall .F. Meinecke . . . . . B. Reid Schmidt, H. E. Stengl, R. Stewart, l... H. Trewartha, G Welsh, Lee WOIE, W. P. Wood, H. P. Reed Hansen Nicol Fay Schmidt Robertson Fitz Stewart Pearsall Wood Pickett Slengl Wolff Kirk Welsh Bonesteel Bickelhaupt Madsen Grant Peterson Trewartha McGuire Q' Qi 11 f Q gf Geological Club Chairman ,... . Program Ascham, R. E.. Becher, Max A. Bonesteel, l... G. Culver, H. E. Dake, C. L. Hawkins, P. H. Editor-in-Chief ..... Associate Eclitor. . Art Editor ..... Committee. MEMBERS Kirk, C. T. Olson, D. Peterson, O. P. Rehfuss, I. I... Segall, Publication "THE OUTCROPU D. Trueman n H. E. Culver Culver Sclmeider, H Tiffany, E. Trewartha, Trueman, Welsh, Lee Williams, F . ..... C. T. Kirk . . . .Max Becker . . . . .Julius Segall V x llllillll ni I V V Q , 1 f 59 all X ' X GEOLOGICAL C'L'U.B. xl X lr' X T mx 2 E. ' lM l' Olson Tiffany Bonesteel Welsh ' Ascham Kirk Schneider Becher Hawkins Culver Peterson Rehfuss Williams Segall Dal-re Trueman Trewartha 449 - - x , 1" '- -1 O1 fa.. 's X: .:-2" W. .--....r1rf:f11'-1..:':1 1 -- -. 1 . Q .. ., r : 4 S' f S National Consumers' League UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN CLUB ' Consumers' League is an economic-philanthropic organization worlcingfor better condi- tions in women's labor, child labor, factory sanitation, pure foocl laws, protective legislation, ancl effective labor legislation in many allied flCldS. Case Whidden Fligleman Ried Cary Harker Quinn Marie Cary .... Lucy Case ..... Mary Ried ..... Medora Harker. Marion Whiclden. . . Audrey Quinn. . Frieda Fligleman Exscurivia BOARD .........President .. .. . . . .Vice-President .................Secretary ....................Treasurer . . . .Chaimxan of Membership . . . . .Chaimaan of Program .Chainnan of Advertising - HONORARY Mi-:Means Prof. R. T. Ely Prof. R. Commons Prof. E.. A. Ross 450 - W , 3 f 1 . E Q' of . 1. . . , .. . . . NTISY. . . . 5 M . es . . . CI g e 1 -4. ' ' L 4. ' ' Uwsltv 1 'xi 'J mf '1 aa." 1' 9 A 4.5. 1 1 ma. 1 4. , VQWIH. I ff A lil Xl Q X X Fiji Witt . 'W . .Q f:.-'5'L3'- iltlr - H- wit.. 'ff . Xwwttxt 2 Rocky Mountain Club OF THE UNIVERSITY or WiscoNsiN OFFICERS Arthur H. Noyes.. .. ........... .......... P resident Lew. W. Springer.. ..... Vice-President Fred B. Sheriff ...... ........ S ecretary Wm. U. Murrish. ..................... ....., T reasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS - L. W. Allard ...........,.... Lewiston, Montana L. A. Bechtel ..... ........ B utte, Montana C. F. 'Burton .. ........ Billings, Montana D. P. Dale. . . . ..... Livingston, Montana B. Harwood ........ Butte, Montan.a J. P. Kennedy.. ...... Butte, Montana F. H. Linley. . . ..... Missoula, Montana W. U. Murrish ..... ........ D enver, Colorado V. L. McCarthy .... ..... T ownsend, Montana A. H. Noyes .. ...... Billings, Montana C. W. Nissler .. ...... Butte Montana W. F. Nickel .. ........ Butte, Montana A. T. Newell .... ..... A shland, Montana K. W. Pickett .' ....... Helena, Montana A. F. Robertson.. ....... Livingston, Montana L. W. Springer... ..,.. Las Vegas, New Mexico Schillander ...... ........... B utte, Montana F. B. Sheriff.. .. ........ Helena, Montana L. R. Smith ,......... Helena, Montana R. S. Sizer .. ..... ' ...... Helena, Montana L. M. Tipton. . . ..... Las Vegas, New Mexico E. F. Week ..... ...... S pokane. Washington V. M. Peltier.. .... San Francisco, Califomia 451 ft""t7-X . - . . V , V , - -- -. 5:-l"l?: 1-.aw I . . , . .- ' . X -- -. -- :-',- "M -. ' ""f1':.. -...4:gf.1?AEimz,f:HaAe- .Qi"' '-..'f'f2':2 me-at-: Z -4 T WT' f ' S' 'WF -. ' ...4. ' i 'Nl Qian-EXQ' VCWWETJ? ff 7 1 E. 1 Z? AN , f It '. ca. lb fbxllljqxv fl!! V1 4 I-IONORARY MEMBERS Prof. C. F. Smith, S. C, Prof. M. P. Ravenel. S. C. Mr. Stuart, S. C. MEMBERS. S. H. Anlceney, Fla. W. P. Gee, S. C. M. Napier, S. C. H. P. Edwards, Texas W. Lowell, D. C. S. L. Barber, Ky. F. M. Hall, Okla. S. A. Parker, Ky. W. A. Gwoie, Ga. M. B. Mitchell, Ky. C. C. Chambers, Ark. E. R. Horton, S. C. C. D. Zdanowicz, Tenn. B. Gordon, Mo. L. L. Olland, S- C- A. D. Denis, La. I W. F. Lent, D. C. L. Anthon, La. W. C. Hornaday, Tex. B. E. Schmitt, Tenn W. C. Farnum, Mo. T. Littleton, Ala. L. Biclgoocl, Va. R, E.. Lent, D. C. E. C. Perrow, Ver. W. L. Davney, Va. Denis Parker Zclanowicz Napier Barber Antlaon Gee Horton Dobney Croover Ankeny Go rdon Farnum Littleton Lowell Lent 452 UN a i - . ,,., I on ,A,, .3 A,,, C , L, . I' ' 7 X 2 ff ' , ' ' Q' '-till? f ,,,4.-1. - HlllEI ...A - f , f- 11141-Ah 4- 1 .-f fff451 1 6- ,- 1 F I A Z Ill. Jpeg' --A--- 2 I .. -- - ' li-EigaI-HI?ii i'gn,:,?l-sIiIhI-vital" .7I-gn-liduigyi-IIHHIQI?IWIEIHSPIFIHQE. ,--,,:-J..-f oy ?L'fg??5Sg3i.-1 'xi -' f" EE v ,,.1 f ' 7 I A JU - , Z X -5 N --'-L Ii E1a.?!"Zf!2'I5 I EII f. IcE f eiif rfg Rei :11fpf2 .2a? L2 ,' 7 'Q E56 W2 . iZE3 I'I 'I I 2 31 ,71-'f 525:22 ii? 2i f ig' f ' ' f E 4 l ff - '5l5.."?'i'i'5"'f' E" Iiiilfl , Q fa- f. If 1 fcff'-i 5' gf ' " I K IFE: Q I If -'52 ff il fli2gII.12 1:1 f f f ' I If . ' " 1-f f' X- " L 1 I i-agp n ff' f 7 If f " -55 , gf if Q-:f'?f f Xt! 'A' 'fi '55 E591 , fjffff f of fe . If Nail. . Q. Q: A 1- x A . ,fp I f f- lift gil. ,fdy -lu: f 1 f L I f - . ,.- ' I 5. 'iv . I 1 -"I QYEEEE f f fi- ffi.-ff - R- . ig 11' ff I . ff-f 'f If -f fff ff atm... ng? I"I. M. Branclel. .. R. K. Mitchell .... R. A. Gesell .... J. C. Jackman. . . I'Iarry Culver . Dr. B. IVI. Allen Dr. C. R. Barcleen Dr. I"I. C. Bradley MEDICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS HONORARY MEMBERS Dean E.. A. Birge Prof. C. I-I. Bunting Prof. Erlanger Prof. A. S. Loevenhart ACTIVE MEMBERS .........I:'resident Vice-President .. .. ...Secretary . . . .Treasurer . . . . .Censor Prof. W. D. Frost Prof. W. S. Miller Dean I-I. G. Russel Seniors R. A. Gesell R. A. Tearnan A. A. Axley Harry Culver I... W. Allarcl C. M. Ballard Oscar E. Nadeau I-I. S. Gasser M. S. Peterson H. M. Branclel R. Newman W. Riley C. I-I. Tearnan F. Konrad N. D. Brophe funiors F. R. Nuzum F. I-I. Frey W. Quigley J. C. Jackman I... W. Johnson O. ,lobse A. H. I-Ieiclner W. F. Winholt I-I. IVI. Helm H. W. Kleinschmit G. R. Allaben V. S. Fall: F. B. IVIcIVIaI1on F. G. Tindal P. Dean ASSOCIATE MEMBERS W. I-I. Reitz, E. Bunta W. R. Whitley - Edw. Bedford C. IVI. Colignon I ALUMNI IN FACULTY bl. S. Ingalls I'I. R. Wahl O. O. Nelson 453 "X, Q, Q 1 '- ' . 1 , ,g .V yu , 1: M. -.-:-mai:-g. -gn., .-.as,.,t2'.':,g,'v.a:'1::2.1 dp... 1- ,.. nga- ,gif t. r K- ,L-' 1. ...ilk -. Q Q South Division High School Alumni Association Anthony, Angela Anthony, Marie A. Bahr, Mabel A. Bandelin, Meta C. Batchelor, Roger Becher, Max A. Bergnan, Henry E.. Bergman, Paul ' Bockelman, Benjamin Brimmer, Charles Brunow, Walter T. Buech, William F: Case, Lucy A. Comstock, Florence Conlan, Grace M. Cooper, Harold Coorsen, Louis A. Curschman, Elsa M. Draves, Albert W. Draves, Henry C. Draves, William A. Esau, Carl W. Esau, Walter G. Estabroolc, Benjamin I Geisler, Clara E.. Gloyer, Walter C. Greenwood, Charles H. Gross, Manfred S. Gmhl, Edwin - Hirsh, John Homuth, lrwin ' l-loverson, Ethel M. Jones, Margery Korn, Bemard C. Krey, August C. Kroening, Ralph H. Kruell, George Lewis, Marion Lewis, Marshall Lorenz, Hollis B Lorenz, Leroy B. MacLaren. Arthur R. McLaughlin, Mabel 'C. Millspaugh, John W. Mitchell, Ralph' K. Moody, Ralph E. 454 Noe, Paul W. Noll, Oscar Pierson, Merle Puls, Charles F. Richardson, William D. Ruhloff, F. Carl Schneider, Cora V. Schuler, Margaret M. Schunclc, John E. Severin, Henry H. P. Slidell, Kemper Soergel, Robert Steinmueller, Charles H Strothman, Oliver E.. Teschan, Erhard G. Textor, Clinton K. Trowbridge, Lucy M. Warth, Edward C. Welsh, Lucy Wiese, Walter F. Zeidlhaclc, Felix S. Zimmermann, Lillian G. .,1 .,M,. '1 . ,,,, V,A,, ,,.A THE MILITA R QAPT. RALPH M'coY FIFTH u. s. INFANTRY . , -'za THE REGIMENT 455 . sf , ' fx Q' 111 :,'f"""'c fu- ,c-Fi 95.5.22 ":17',35Gf.5,-3' 27 1y,.T"1 rf-'.,12-'J V12 1' .:,'Z if .vf if Q! QE:-:Y Vu' ' f f"l,'1,,-.311-I, i"1T?:5w:,-1' Xiffffiiiifi155:f,f:7.-25E??'4i'-'Q-Lg'kfiz' J -2,1:c2:7' "-fEff4-K1325:f- .ff X ' :, r:,.,z 1,-12:5-.,w :Q-1, vf 1.--1, 9-,fm - 1 .2 -f,:g:Q,: 11,1 mfg :Q-ms.: .. 11.f'-23:3 '-,ma N1--:aw-':f' new .- f-2-if.. e.:f,f?1-af' J . Maxi -'9:'1-5-s,.,,,1 rg ,.. 1i:+ff '-Wx'-U 22 -rw' 2- QQ t, 9 5-wigwf:-fx-'lf 91523 " 7- 5'9'm'W?4+- Q M- 1i'r:i'd:-'f- 2 'Q--- f s?n:.2m:1-m a-' A Af wwxsxc- 'M' :- 456 1 " :.' 1 - bl., " 1 .VAA ,,. ."f' f3-' . fD",Q1 if 'i Roster of Officers of the University of Wisconsin Corps of Cadets COMMANDANT Captain.. ...... .Ralph McCoy, Fifth U. S. Infantry Suncsozsr Surgeon ..,............... Lieut. Colonel C. Elsom CADET OFFICERS. REGIMENTAL . . Colonel .............................. . B. Schulte Lieut. Colonel ....................... ...... J . T. Welsh Captain and Regimental Adjutant ....... . Captain and Regimental Quartermaster .... Major .................... First Battalion lst l..1eut. and Adjutant ....... ............ 2nd Lieut. and Quartermaster .............. . Company A. Captain, K. M. Mann lst Lieut., I... H. Stewart 2nd Lieut., D. S. Holmes Company B. Captain, G. W. Esau lst Lieut., R. R. Hibbard 2nd Lieut., P. C. Ritchie Second Battalion Major ............................. , First Lieut. and Adjutant ........... .. Second Lieut. and Quartermaster ..... .. Company D. Captain, C. W. Esau lst Lieut., H. l... Kadish 2nd Lieut., P. Lewis Company E. Captain, H. D. Blake lst Lieut., I... K. Wilson 2nd Lieut., A. C. Shape Third Battalion Major ........................ - ....... .... lst l..ieut. and Adjutant .......... ..... . . 2nd Lieut. and Quartermaster ..... ....... . . Company C. Captain., L. R. Talbot lst Lieut., W. H. Ellis 2nd Lieut., E. S. Gillette Captain ...... l st Lieut ..... 2nd l..ieut. . . Captain . Captain . . . 2nd Lieut. . . . Company H. Captain, H. l... Algeo lst Lieut., V. R. Bacon 2nd Lieut., E. E.. Browning Band Hospital Corps Target Detachment 457 . . Ri. Coleman . . . .l... M. Hammond . . . . .K. E. Wagner . . . . H. Williams . . . . .l... A. Gutowslci Company C. Captain, H. D. White lst l..ieut., A. Richmond 2nd Lieut., N. A. English R. Newman ' .. . . .O. D. Knight . . P. Canavan Company F. Capt., P. H. Martin lst l..ieut., A. Borclay 2nd Lieut., G. E.. Bennett .H. A. Schuette . . .H. V. Meissner J. L. B. Thomas Company 1. Captain, C. Moritz lst Lieut., H. A. Baker 2nd l..ieut., E. Love . . . .C. A. Mann . .F. E. Williams .. .. .R. L. Rees . . .l... L. Hehhard L. Hensey ..A. T. Hobart laggm LZ 1b, 1Q', ,Sf Q? Nl University Regimental Band Roster Capt Ralph McCoy .... Capt Chas. A. Mann. Williams ..,,. R L Rees ....... Verne Bonsteel .... G D Deihl ...... H Wltlwer ....,..... C F McConnell ....... Corp B F. Springer .... R E. Echlin. ........ . INSTRUMENTATION Saxaphones Myron Tack Oboe H. Reber Piccolo F. G. Oetliing Flule O. Zobel Eb. Clarionel E. K. Morgan G. Leicht G. W. Trayer Clarioneis H. Wittwer S. W. Stanley G. B. Blake A. L. Wiedenbeck E. B. Blake A. I... iwitherell C. C. Nye Carl Cneidel C. H. Kirch W. W. Hubbell M. McMurry R. Pengelly Cornels A. L. Tarrell T. C. Parr E. Samp C. M. Scudder S. C. Coward C. F. McConnell L. L. Stoddard E.. F. Wheeler H. P. Bliss Horns A. N. Geyer F. E. Williams A. B. Rowley B. F. Springer H. Cn. Frost Bariiones A. G. Oehler N. Stephens 458 . . . . .Commandant . . . . .Conductor ..... .First Lieut. Second Lieut. .. . . . .First Serg. . . . .Second Serg. . . . . .Third Serg. ...... . .Fourth Serg. . . . . Business Manager . ..... Drum Major Trombones Veme Bonsteel R. L. Rees D. D. Grindell G. E. Cleary C. C. Fan-ester H. Drews Tubas G. D. Deihl A. Gottschallc Rob. Larsen . Snare Drum T. Hutson Bass Drum F. E. Davies Traps L. M. Baldwin Tympani R. I... Rees QE Cl dm if e - ,, .,,,,A- , , , , r Q N ,W ,. Lv, ,Sf " '--. ,, . vi,: ".' ', :', -511,-.gf,LZ lfL.lg51 L,,'fl'L:f',"',",-" The Band . ' 459 LITE TURE ,xx N K , ' " ' 3 k ' X ' "' , ' P' -- . 1 f 1 i' f - 1 5 :udu.AN f-'4. 'pf' 1 FROSTS 461 'fa 1 ,Q L-, . . 'Q .-VY? , '.:,,1-wr--.Q lp ., - . . , ' " -4, ' . , Mg.. .1-..-Mn:-.41.gf..m.ul.ue:'.wx. 'Aww w' Aa Aw , gf .1:4,:'v1afv-an-Asf su-44 QA-.ode ffm: -.fp-.Ein 4, ,F 552,531.3 .v,4-D-..1.1-rpvf -Q,,...,,., .Kg-g,,p wQ,::,.,.v,, .,..,.,.-S.'.X,4.,q,.1-.,l,, M. 41- X ., ,1 rv 4. OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS CUT FROM THIS SECTION BY THE GYNIGAL GENSOR If IN MEMORIAM I Q 6 o sn esnno Q eeoo nose 3 of e , .s -...-..-...m,..:.w,.1.19.-.A-z.:..m:.1, ., ....w..vm.-.-w .5-1. :M.1.,, mm.- -. , .- , .A.x..., .I , X, ,, L., X .. , ,wr . -, , ,U . s . . , f,.,o..,Ai,,.,,,,,4,, ,, , Cffljs Q5 ,.. lU'!l ? 645A - ,g:,:,:,,,.,.. 'Q - ,f " If F si -egg, 4 . DUUUU 'Q' -QUjEQf4EZ1QhJ min L, I gg U U U vii' l H. f WH 5Y?? I U M" cl 'Ei A 24? hike assi' igji QQEELZQS .1159 M??Q-1 'L sign fd Wg 47 HQ!! V 72 n sf 5? N . L 'E 2' u , 6 ff X M f' 1' Zmunmy X .,s 4, , F 'X XJ J' 1 7 -,A rial in A Q! 1 I,-.ffl JW L f? 1 me 'X .FJ ll, x JI - - ' -ii. 5'-. - ' ' --U5 Se penaffg of prominence is puiificifg, rememiier ffiaf 0 famous qjeopfe, f6e workings of wliose Searfs anb Sanbs are Serein fruflifuffg ano unfruflffuffg sef fortii. Qjfie insignificant are never mafigneb. Eat ai? fljose, tESerefore, wlio are oeaff wiffi irreberenffg in fliis Boon pat ft5emsefves upon tl5eir Backs, Sofo up f6eir cfiins prouofg ano' sag, "Zo, we are if. 5606 we not Been nnocneb in f5e-Q5aoger?" Qcno verifgg verify, flieg are jf. Qkfso, fef aff men 'Qkfwags rememiier ffiaf fins is onfg prefense ano you are nof fo Befieve a moto of if even if if is func." 463, 3 . Q45 Nwi Jak end MA -1'-12'1"":1 v' V ' Q' .' ' - , .- ,, 1. 55,45 ,, fi? 1-'11-52:9 AGWAL 5. 'Ti " 'Ziff' 'kip-555.1:ffE'1::1" iii., 1 251- :IV 'QE-4,.,, f " :yy-j 1 1,2 ., 1. .QQ51 ,151 ,gg-3 ,F Q21,1:1.f 5-'-29,121-32215 2' 1 if p.113E,, 'f.':,-1Jf"11S-.f,fZi1'4gi,1'---: r"g2Ql.5'3i2.-V fi 'LWWE-"13i'1.,:P .2 "ff -. .V , ,..... M.,, f ' w 4 -- .. " f 'wg " ' ,-1.1:.., J mp :rw . Jaw. . ., -' - fag:- P-5, - 1 uw .wfffm-f.aff1.., - --M W 741' wa:-fa ke 5- .1x.:k,,.4n,s1-25.4, E .-..::5- , ' vim, 1 -, -. ,Q. .'X-1 A.a.car- . V 1 .-.-. Auf- MA- IM:-,V-G INCRIMINATING EVIDENCE 464 rm a 3,117 lb I A - K? H -T :EP if , .' fi x g 3, jg.. "ll"lf"lORTALlTY " A . 3,1.'.1 f I0 fr 3 2, 7 JI ' X V , X I V T" 5 vm ' fo r l -1- ' ' : X O9 1 'i"I5g?3"I,,'-xllx Z :S 1 ' '51 . 1. jj M " 19199 ' f 'S H x r ragfngngpzsiiigairr 'X V ,Y Q, ".l"gugig1il,gy , igxfA5u.n.nl. X iiiiliif X ,r - x I 1 ' 'A f , A I' f 4 ,... . f yi Ii Q 115.3 1 4' rf 1 I Mvh -,I , r 1 QP ' Jdff T, :- 1 ..', li '- 122' Lfl"?2'1. IIN Se Q5ooR of Cocikfaif' Qrama. Zflie foffowing are of mang flings compounbeb, Eiiie weirb ano wonberfuf mireb brings we Know ' Qj5eg'ff sfagger gou emo a?so mage gou gfab: Qj5eg'ff' make gou feel' iusf fiiie flje gragfing morn Zl5af fof?ooos cfose upon fi5e niglif Before: dj8eg'f'f' Bring fo gou strange wBispers of sfrange fafes djBeg'fi' Bfiug gon Bere anb were fike BumBFeBees, Zljliegff maRe gon ffjink gou are flje wrifers goaf : Quo some wifi' make fije mrifer seem a goaf '- '1DBo stvaffofveb tvBof'e fomafo cans gef fliougiif ZijBaf Se was eafing ricB ano wliofesome fliings. Ziie brama is fo fliaf 'oabicli if confains just fiiie a paper fo a cigareffe- 'Hou are fl5e maiiings. fBou Gf6,fGmOUB-WOW' Q pfeasanf fliing if is fo Be a famous man I Gnb pfearsanfer-ano clieaper-stiff' fo Be Q farrxous fussee. Qeab ano run, if neeo Be gave. 465 ' . fa . ' " l 1'-12 . , . F, grqnw A .V m . , .. N c. .-+ 4 6 ,Q A . . Q ,. e , . , . ,, . . . f t , , , W 1 'J f 5- gm V fa w e .sr +-X 4 Q4 41 N - as ., 1 Y s. we x 's 5. M Two Gentlemen of Verona . Dramatis Personae. I DUTCPI MAYER, . Duke of Deek. .1 -f' Vick FALK, , A Militant hIediC. .J . Y ei.. ' YERONA, ja, A fair, fair lady of the Gee Phis. ' -e'1 if- . DUTCH MAYER . .. .................. Duke ont Deek VICK FALK .... ................ I I Militant Medic VERONA .... .. A fair, fair lady of the Gee Phis SCENE 1. fGee Phi par1or.J VERONA: Cease to persuade, my lovely loving Victor, Home-keeping youths have ever homely wits. Were 't not that much stiE work did oft enchain Thee to an arduous and odorous lot I might perhaps. sometime 'tis possible, Think some slight thoughts of going to the Prom With thee sometime, mayhap. Moreover. I hear thou art from Stoughton, Fare thee welll At Christmas I will send to thee a bottle Of sweet and gracious perfume. And thereafter You will not be entirely unwelcome When here you come unto the Gee Phi house. So long, avick! 4- MEDIC SC!-loot.. 1 I Z pER.FliME5 X ull, y 4 p Q X ,zz-2 4 iw' X l f :l Li-ISEEQ-EEA D I! I X, E'-J'-.il I rv ly 142 "-' ' ' - Ni I l 0 M ZW, I Z 9 fl ll 1 . ,L I Z 5 'EEYWFHIPPA' 466 Vic: Is this tl1y nnal word? Alas, alack. I ani undone, undone! Or rather I am done, done brown, well-done. I go to join the dead within the narrow Grim medic's lab in good old Science Hall, So long! tlilxeuntj YERONA: 'Sd-eath! It cuts me to the heart To give this gentle youth his au revoio' With such eolat. But now I am alone, Lo! All alone within the parlor here And e'en await the coming of the Duke. How late it grows! the dubious, dying sun Cafsts its last gleam on yon pink curtain there And makes it look just like tomato soup. Dear me! He cometh! fEnter the Duke of Deek.j g , , DUTCH: What, ho! Verona, gaze without yon case- ment And see the fussers gather on the porches Of all the pippinries. How very sweet That piinply Alpha Phi looks in the arclight- lr, L .' if 4 " ., . n . - :ll ,vt W- ' lf .ffa If 4 .1 Y "V 'xggljll I g V - -fl 1, 271. . , ' -0 -L . W fff ax Q """':-1 . -" T',.,V, :r l ' f -- fl .Mawr . gifs' IIa, ha, ha, ha! Au arduous arclight! It serves far better than a dozen cans Of Mennen's talcum powder. But I wander Because I wonder whether you will go To Prom with me, Verona. Prattling let Thy voice come to my ears and tell me low As low as mly last quiz mark, that you will Come with me, O Verona! VERONA: fAsideJ Flutt'ring heart Be still. You sound just like the steam lab, heart, The Gee Phi gods have heard my prattling prayers. CTo the Duke.J I thank thee for thy courtesy, Dear Dutch. 'nel qli "" Ami g a' e,'Ql1 'f i Cl' ' ,' .gig if: Q 3 ig? : ' ga ,CJ .IRM ea ...LA , ,, ,. .XM . ,I I ,-t-.11,!,,- , ,I-ef., ,aloft r1"!a-'ire f'f, a.,: . ' And I, i' faith, will go t0'P1'Ol11 with thee. But now my dates with other swains draw nigh Farewell, Dutch Duke, farewell, so long, good bye! lDutch exits. It is all he can do.J CURTAIN. ins an encore to this peerless elraina, the curtain rises on one of the less lovely Gee Phis talking to Vie per ' phone and trying to put hydrogen per- .,,, oxide on his laceratecl affections- . ,lxb nteaniohile earnestly trying to figure out how she can trap hint into giving . I I I his Prom bid to her.j 'Q sv N-X ' A SECOND CURTAIN. 1.-Ludience leaizes in acute disgustj The Court of the Queens v f -- ,-f - -'-----H - .-A is f .y UAS!! 2 7 Q 'f - . 0 fi ' if . . is -s-AW 5? I -PERFECT ' msg 1 HAH5 fg-:f,:ll5 . . , - ' AQQ-gif 5' I-775 f' is M-Q ,mage I f fee" 'fa , 142-as " ' lesbian? H if MFI' 1:7 eh X f-3+-+2167 F41' I1 mf, I, - C-N 'I XX?-zatvzwl V fy-' fit' ' 751 C' I X XO ASiL, - , .,., , , , g I CThe fool nioon is flooding the porch of a house in the court of queens with shafts of glarwing, steel-blue rays. It is lateg Hack, a tall, blond, ascetio looking young man lingers and lingersg still he lingersg he lingers again. The beautiful, spirituelle girl with whom he lingers is sinothering yearning yauzns be- hind her dainty digits.J HACK QDreaInilyJ 1 It has been said that the moon is dead. NIARIEI Is that any reason why we should sit up with the corpse? C CURTAIN. 5 No applause. 467 Lollipop Love I- Draniatis Persona-e. x . l I . el.- lThe tall, ghostlilre pillars of a Zordly house stand like sentinels of ghostly woe. Within their shadow a big, broad-shoulderecl brute of a- man is sitting be- side a dainty, dear, little girl. They haue just quar- relecl. A cold, yitiless beam of pallicl light falls on the face of the saclseyed siren and shows that she has been iueepiizg. He is sullenly biting a cigarette and gazing glooinily into the clarlcnessj ' SHE Clliereely and tearfullyj: I will never go to Prom with you-no! Not if you begged me on your knees-I hate you, hate you! HE fOallouslyJ : And I wouldn't take you-no not even if you wept until you drowned yourself in your own tears! SHE: Ugh! You are horrible-you are callous- brutish! ' HE: It is such girls as you that make fellows callous! SHE: And it is such brutes as you that make us girls-innocent, pleasure-loving girls-callous to every- thing. I shall never speak to you again! HE: Very well, Miss Scribner. I shall feel free! SHE CPassiona-telyj : Oh! How I hate you, and to think that I once allowed myself to love ,such an apology for a man. HE fSfneeringJ : As I remember it, you were very ready to accept the apology. SHE CTearfullyj : I would resent your insults, but I have vowed never to speak to you again! tfllhey are 'very silent for eight rninutesl HE: Seribie-Gladys! I SHE fSeorufullyJ z How dare you speak to me? I-IE: Oh, just naturally. Did you know that W'altzinger's has been rebuilt? SHE CLess soornfullyj : What has that to do with ine? 'A ' HE lSoftlyD : And it looks just like an old monas- tery or something. I SHE z Well ? , ' ' 'V ' . .---rea" .1c.!:f-::: ' :Em rf...-fax.,.-Snails:-422:-.nassaui-re.:.51-was 1 -- . 1- -.wh -:rave-..-.A. v,., .V -9,111.3 -.'. .if-lf:-elf .." ' - ' I T - . '-,- ' . -.:-:: 2 . - -'a .L. 1. .:-r:+'gf:':4-5:1 F1 .2 -' "': U ' lf, ., 1 . Q,-'51 - 1 g Gig? 532.11925 fi-.-..,.,gQ3? i H ,753 a 1--I 'ffff 22.535125 :liiii-132'-QS I .. u f s: '- l" i s 5 1 A -sim' 9 . . ., 1-V -L:Qemw f:" :-ws - few HE: Will you come down there, Scribie, with me? QShe tlziinlfs of the clear olcl mou-astei'y, rlsious of f'7l-'fCli'C1Z- paltlcs and various creams flit throiugh her mind mul rliire fI7L'fll1j the Tea.rs.J f fr-' A EW l :-:- llffiilff -- nWmly7 . I WMM --. X A ff Wffilllf T' tml? 1 fill aallbllle 1 1-44 l 4 off! A f Liillfiil? I .' , , r' ,'- Z ? . HZ Ii "Q l 1W7 W5'fg4Z' ' S1-IE: fll'l1ispAcring owl creeping closer to 7l'i'lll.l Yes, Porkie: but+but l.'Gl1lP1l1bQl.' I will never speak to you again-never! lTha moon com-es our from behiml a cloud aufl suzims in a sea of blur. The ghastly sentinel pillars become silfrei' spirits of happiziess. A sound is hea1'fl.J Slow curtain on tableau. ' Loud applause from the Gamma Phi porch. -:-.s ,,- -f- -1 T- . 11112 ' . me 'sv 1 ' j 'P ' . ' I - C "Q . ' .' 2 - . ' A TRAYESTY IN ANY NUMBER OF ACTS. ACT 1. Scene: Prexy's otlice with the usual empty chairs. The Student Conference in solemn convention assembled. CBill Witt. the secretary of the Student Coizfereuce, forgets to call the roll.J ' BILL WITT: Since Prexy ain't in town I guess We'l1 have to elect a chairman. MITT BLAIR: I nonfnate Mr. Burgess. SLEEPY NIEMBER OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS: fF.rom force of lzabi-tl I move zh' nonrnations btclose. BIUFFLED. SLEEP-TALK CI-IORUSI Secon'. BILL: Bugs Burgess' elected chairman of this c'mitee. - Uh: Burgess takes chair amid tired applausej MR. BURGESS: The student Conference has gone on record and elect-ed me their chairman. What else does the Student Conference want to go on record about? fFi1'eiuoi'ks by Blaucliarcl. Bircharcl, Appel, Tiefeto fmcl Jim-my Thompson. Subduecl suofres and a cou- fusecl rumble of "uofni'11at'ious b'elose'," "usual siguf' "I," etc.J CURTAIN. - ACT Two. The Student Conference wonders who, what and why they are. CURTAIN. ACT THREE. Nominations are closed again. ' - ACT FOUR. CENSORED. ACT FIVE. CENSORED. ACT SIX. BURGESS: The Student Conference has gone on record. SLEEPY MEMBER OF THE SOPHOMIORE CLASS: CAuto- maticallpl I move zh' nominations b'c1ose." qillufflerl chorus of "I," "usual sign" and Bill Witt flriulciug the ink out of his fouiitafiu pen. One mem- ber goes out saying that it is too long between sm olr-es. J ACT SEVEN. Muffler! ct cetera and au- eager-eyed 'lledi' politician from Della Tau moves that something be laid ou the table. This is a new one. Half the members 'wake ap? Mitt Bla-Air amends the motion to read that a ease of Hausm.a1zu's be laicl on the table. Mr. Blair eu- rhusiastically and 'indiguautly ejeoteclj BILL WITT: The poor carp! BURGESS: The Student Conference has gon-e on record. Uaiziloi' enters and wakes up everyone. They pick themselves up aml fioiusily deparzil CURTAIN. fIntense relief in the audience.J - i Q 1 I dine - . 45- lb, T A l- i" rs '. .- . i 9K fa, q ' ,l"..f5 15 .. , ,Hai , me -'X . f I ' . 4 N x. 468 I lj -IZLRING POET I-I THE Pozffc 7 -H HEY! Iwrln Y .,.4 V - F- CHN-D . -ff I Z ANADJ li 3 fe 1-' 'A Ulf if Z' E LJ A " L- K Q EQEEIE AE, Q ' 'U ti? D .Z if fit tifilgvlglqibi we E th lm Q , in t -E 2 L - ' gf U3 S' VT- eese f f E f ss, Q: E 5 --E .e-U .-E E X H ,,,,f 1 I ' QA SHE euswsss Moa? V Odepoosht, Scene: The Sphinx rooms. The clrarzoings of Sphinx arttsts of all times adorn the walls. Books and coats and eatchanges are soattehecl about in heathenfish ,clfisorcler. A batterecl soap box serves for a 'mczste-basket and 'is hllecl to overflowing with rejected jokes. Another battered soap boa: does rluty as a typewriter staml. On- the table to the left awe seen five letter 72168, three btbles, at volume of Sophocles. and a motley array of all sorts and eomltttous of books, On the flesh to the left there is a desk tele- phone, sim letter files, th-ree books, aml a paste pot. From the left come the con-fused sounds of Morlastto celebration. From above is hearcl a pagan, pande- monlamt of privttahzg presses ancl school of music tin- t-inabulatton. Oclepoosht. the hinlc, is s-eatecl before the flesh, trying to write a Delta Gamma joke. Enter, Neophyte. NEO: I have 21 joke here. the NEO ODE ' NEO ODE NEO ODE NEO ODE Kink No, sir. Anything about some famous fussee? No, sir. W Any reference to the bugs at Mendota? NO, sir. A Anything about Delta Gamma? No. sir. Does it in any way bring in sorority chape- rones or Cora Stranahan? NEO! NO, sir. ODE: Any allusions to Ferdie's, Pete I-Iammacher's, Schubert or stewed, or skates? NEO : ODE NEO ODE NEO' ' ODE No, sir. Anything about Carl Russel Fish? No, sir. Anything about Gym Germs? NO, sir. For heaveu's sake. 1et's see it. It must be a ODEPOOSHT: Anything in it about Freshman themes real joke. and squirrels? O ,E ,wav .F ff' - 3. t 4 ,V ex 3- I A ' 'Q . ff N M '-,. , U A q ll, ' - X1 'f "" A .' ' --XM .V 4 xllr, ,Aw-. " L.-. LITTLE ALPHA 469' PHI S AT PLAY. is: ' . SCENE 1. ' H tBlIl Hmznan, Dean Witte. Ken Burgess and other X r W ! g V, 'NAKED When Knights Were Bold ,PHE COMPSJOR I ff EXPQDSUREPQP me C i C 4 ,V.,.,. 1A ivh :IA i , Q X X H . f l y 5, ik -E-R A RR R ' Q' Q 7 - - X , f f 'L' ' 6 I ffx' X y BEAC toell-hnonw Knights of the Goose Quill are seatefl about a polished oak ta-ble. Sairl table is tastefully decorated 'with glassf2.oare.J Opening Chorus: ''Blankety-blank-blank-blank." BILL: Yes, fellows, it's a shame the way that measly Prom bunch is slipping it to us. This is the first time in history that the Prom Committee hasn't sent out comps to the press. Tight? Why, they're tighter than the Athletic Board. DEX: You're right, by the royal Cardinal Ox, any- way that much! We won't stand for it! BILL: Verily we will not. I hereby appoint myself a little Anvil -Chorus of one to knock the Prom, through my paper, from this time forth and forever more. All: Bravo, Bill, We're with you. DEX! We can make them feel that we are around and on the job, even though they don't send us tickets-the tightvvads l KEN: Yes, that's all right, fellows, but what is it all going to get you? Use diplomacy, boys: use diplomacy. BILL: Well, suggestions are in order, fellows. How c-an we work it? You ought to be able to think up something, Ken, old head. i ff-in-'Ze . 'S '- f ubwrukgqfif-55.3. 5 , 2 . eeW"'1v-.law . 'Z' 5 , ,ESS x, . .. ,Mil-C ..l 'ef W1 'FWF 6 V Ve. .Zi l le 7' '- 'A 1 3 .liflffd . THE CON'SPIRACY' IYENZ Wait a minute. Maybe I can.-Here. I have ir. SCENE 2. CGeneral Cfhairm-an Charles J. Moritz at the tele- phone, one o'oloelc the next fZa'y.J Yes, this is Charlie Moritz. Yes, I am going to take Miss MaeAdarn to Prom. Why- You're rightg her father is the Methodist Minister he1'e. But- What's that? What paper? If- I should say not! Why her father said that if it were so much as .mentioned in any of the papers that she was going to lead the Prom with ine, she couldn't go at all. Whatls that? You say that that makes the story all the better? Why, if you dare to print- But can't you see the harm it would do? I am posi- tive he wouldn't let her go, and it is altogether too late for me to get another girl now, and anyway, I want Ada. You simply caln't, you 1nustn't, you wouldn't flare! ! ! ' Oh, please don't. That would leave me in an awfitl hx. Why, you donlt realize what it will mean! What! In the papers to-morrow! No, no, no! Please, I beg! Well, can't you give me just a day or so-just a little time? Well, I'll see what I can do. Yes- What, you'll give me two days? Oh, thank you so much. - Yes, yes! All right. Good bye! fGenera.l Chairman Charles J. Moritz swoons.J SCENE 3. tPost Office at 9:80 P. M. the same day. General C'hatrm.lan Charles J. Moritz has recovered sufhctently to be up and about to furnish the action of this scene, all of which is tn pantornimej Said General Chairman, disguised as a gentleman, sneaks Carefully around to the rear of the Post Oflice. 470 - :v - Ixv k - -- ,h.f- ,, , and when no one is looking. slips half a dozen sealed envelopes into the box, having clone which he sneaks off again into the night. ANTILOGUE. The Knights of the Goose Quill, opening their respective mails next day come upon the following: Please find enclosed both Balcony and Floor tickets for the Junior Prom to be held at the University Gym- nasium, Feb. 18, 1910. Accept the same with the compliments of the com- mittee. SigDEdIlIARLES J. MORITZ General Chairman. fff fe f-531 Q E!!!ii1!ZEiiii7iiiE5f4.f. ff" :QI f ,A Vp Zuni, QE? ,!l!!lg!!!lf2-f -fs . f 4fV, . I dl lg!!! A un ?!!le4!!-gilbzzi el ' QE eel!!l'Z!!!E?l.!!lz1-2 2 E -L 5j ' 1 -A ?-ll--'.-, T Y -,,j,:'f'- CHAR KEY-WITH-TH E - COM PS I The Poet and the Girl - i 1 A , I Roonn. EMILY. GLENN. Dramatis Personae. Time- 10 P. M. ' Scene-top of hill near Main, Hall, looking over Lake Mendota. Moonlight palpitates palely on the purlieus. Enter Glenn and Emily. Glenn, of course, is talking. GLENN Cikdjusting his tie with one hand and gestur- ing with the otherlz See with what queenly splendor she doth rise, And ride across her high domain of space All undisputed in her regal power- EMILY: All I can see is a rather sick-looking moon! GLENN: Aye, pale she is from sleepless nights of watch But still her beauty rather dimmed- EMILY f.47'7'fHlUl1lg her hairj: Do you like my hair done low'? A GLENN frirranyilzg a hair that he feels has wandered to the wrong side of the partingl: Of all the wonders in this world of ours, The best, and the most beautiful to me- EMILY: Yes! . Glenn gases alnstracledly at Emily for some time. EIMILY Qea'p-ectantlyj : You did not tinish! GLENN: I did forget. fair maid, the highest good Is in the poetis thought that springs untaught. EMILY: Ughl GLENN: That comes unbidden at the beauteous sight Of some fair vision that he glances at. EMILY tSt-ill faintly eapectant for the bestlz What vision? GLENN: Do you not know? EMILY fsiniling happilyj : C-an't guess! GLENN Cs'm.ooth.ing his hair again and adjusting his ncclctiejt How can I make you know what I but feel? The fiowers, the stars, the trembling waters, speak- And when they speak I answer them in turn, Not in my tongue but in the unlearned words- EMILY f0lClS19'l7ll-U and nnclasping her sorority pinj: And this is what you think of all the time? ffisiclej The beast! GLENN: I hear a far-off silver sound that floats- EMILY fShi1Jering slightlyj : Let's go back! GLENN: A sound that like an echo -comes and goes- EMILY CStarnping 71-cr foot irnpatientlyj : Come! It's S. G. A. time. Roger enters quickly at back of scene, pushing aside IVLLSIZGS ancl unclergroieth. In one hand he holds a glove and seems to be loolcing for th-e owner. H e sees Emily and starts forward, but stops short ufpon -noticing Glenn standing in a queer, listening attitude. ROGER ffisidelz The poor duck! What's he up to now? GLENN: I hear a voice blown faintly to mine ear- and I will answer: Speak again, O Voice! starts off wildly into the woodsl I hear tHe ROGER! Emilyg I fhlrigirllyl : My name is Miss- EMJ1.Y ROGER: Not to me. I never think of you that Way. Un a thirty below zero uoie-el: Don't you? Why not? CShe notices glofvenl ROGER CFollou:17ng her glaxneej : Yes, this is yours. EMILY fSrniZ1hzgJ : Are you sure? EMILY 471 Q X fm. . .. , . . . F .. ,, vi . -L ' : Q Q-' '13 Z":. - - - 5 ' ' . 1-. ' -Y. ,' ' . , 3" ,..., 'Z f.1',3.'t5'- Qs , A y W Vbl, e I M W ie, ,A , M . .2 gm -.,, z, 1-as ppc .Y-11' 2 'wr' sf:f"":' g:- E1':-:Qing-lv-' if ' v' ,':5'2. .3,..,.I wIg,g11f1' G fi'-4-'-5 4323 .-1 .N "Gini-,,1:.1:,gwg-,,,f'-Q.,,L 2.1.. 'E.,',IE.'E11r- nf. . . : ii i.:.2 z. ..f -sm.. ,ss .i.i ,1 l e ssee. A -'fiesfr st -11' -435121-ESI-21. , , :w "Nf ? vs: a:D Q: 1 11 ' Q1- J Z... - Li 3 consume GLENN 3 J? 4' f,':lf'7f,UOf 3. cm.1.sc-,E K -e ls, .. -1 - - 3 . . 'QSEV . I ?,jZ2.?' 7021 V ..,f K V57 f- 12, , N ,X , 1 I .2 N .1 f, 1. - ' ?mmwlXx- x l if ' '- j' V! .sm f A-H , 45' f X farm. , . jmvml l - X ---- - N. .F , V' 1255555535: A -' X - f 2 y liiiaiiaw 1 . -. eff L7 Us 1' I' J I Rae PH-ripsg lj! kxb Favs ROGER tG1'im1,iing franlflyjz Sure enough. I've seen it on you about twenty times. What's the Spouter up to? Has he been hearing heavenly voices again, the little Jean of Arc? EMILY fLCL'Ll,g7Ii'1lg in spite of herselfjz ,Does he do that often? ROGER: Itis an old stunt of his, rather an incon- venient trick sometimes. QTIIVCQII move iofuruwls the stone 71011071 and sit dowizj Q ROGER fIl1ll'I'Cll"i'IIg GI-eimjz How softly the moon- light- EMILY fNot 7l0f'iC'i'Jl0 the ilivitcztiomz The moon, the moon. the moon! Oh heavens! CShe almost c1'ies.b V Room flil-N-OCCIIVTZUJ : XX nat is it? If you could see the way it shines on- , I hate the moon! - EMILY: ROGER: If you could see the way it gilds your hair- wwipriseclj: What? . EMILY ROGER-:. And how your eyes reflect the stars- EMILY CGroVw'ing fmteresteclj : Do you really see that? Glmm enters and speaks to the moon: S-erene. untouched by worldly things thou ro1l'est,' A thousand prayers would leave thee all unmoved, A thousand shouts could never praise the air - That veils thy solitude. EMILY Cto Rogerl : Let's go back. It's S. G. A. time. ROGER CSnziIfi'ngj: Yes, let's. . fT1LGU more Off. Glenn, stamling Zvoolwlng at the lake. adjusts his tie again. then raphsod-izes.J . All Natiu'e, beauteous as she is, is but a serf, She is the slave to Love who reigns supreme. CGaz.cs nbstrrzcteflly at the lwlcc for some minutes, then comes To. Looks czrouml for Emily but she cmd Roger are OIIT of sight. Makes 'some eaftemporaneous M111-f1'rl.'s.J c1'R'i-,mx cox-ms DOWN P. D. Q. THE BREAD LINE OF B. J. 472 1.5 V . - -J , Y W - W, 4- . f h 5 525 " 'A I x - . ,.- ' -vzfgg ' , ., ,V .. ' lx.. .. 4 5 A 2' f s V' f ' fi - - l It 1 Plays and Players The Matinee Idol ....... The Man of the Hour. . . The Fair Co-ed ......... -The Dancing Doll .... Polly of the Circus .... The Boys and Betty ,... The Midnight Sons ..... The Prince of Tonight. . The Show Girl .......... The Goddess of Liberty .... The Three Twins ....... The Squaw Man ........ A Winning Miss ..... King Dodo.. . ..... . .. . . . Henry Traxler . . . Edna Howard .. Gertrude Lukwi . . . Elizabeth Grant . . . Alice Ringling . . . Bess Harkness . . . Phi Kappa Psi . . . Jake Kauffman . . . Gertrude Kennedy . . .Johanna Rossberg . . .Florence and the Lucii . . .Ferd Cardenas . . . May ivalker . . .Dode Falk . . , Lillian Cook . . . Marion Holmes . . . Alice VVebb . . . Charlie . . .Florence Knight The Cancelled Cook .... You Never Can Tell .... The Dlerry WVidowv .... The Royal Chef ..... The Chorus Lady ..... Little Nemo ............ The Man Froln Holne .... The Kissing Girl ....... Pete Pierce Bill Witt Any Alpha Phi Any One Not an Alpina Phi Dean Birge XVa1t Brunow Hack Noyes Lisette lvoerner Iieuneth Olson Paul lllorris . . .Jilnlny Malone . . . Marg. H'Doubler . . . The Kvisconsin Union . . , Vila MacComb . . . Mary Bunnel . . .Fanny Carter Miss Innocence ..,............ The Wolf ..................... The Little Brother of the Rich. At Yale . ..................... . . The Yankee Girl .............. The Mess .......... Samson ....... - ..... , The Little Minister. . . The Prima Donna. . . The lIan's XVorld .... ,. The Clixnax ............ The Vampire . ......... . The Flirting Princess... The Passion Flower ...... . . . Bert I-Iilpertshauser VVhy Girls Leave Home ..... The Man YVh'o Stood Still... Herb Eidnrlan Louie Lochner Going Some. ............... . The Wvhite Sister ..... -The Morals of Marcus... The House Next Door ...... . . .Any Phi Psi . . .Any Delta Ganuna ' . . .The Gay Morning Glories . . . Shirley Emmet The Easiest Way ............... . . . Cribbing A Fool There Was .......... . . . . .Any Fusser The Queen of the Moulin Rouge ..... The 0ne That Stung You 473 ' f, . '. ' V .' f . ,, 5'A1Wf2, S .1 ' ' .- . . - , f -. . aw, we--sQK.':f Qfhgw f V--21-1-Q A"- 21-".':f-:ff far if f+.2f1"--12:51 U an-.-2,: ' LQ.,-.1 !1, ,f:f15:-, .V .,..' ff---111, ,. ,,.. .za ' CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE., 474 ' , iA. . - 1 L 7 7 X y l t W ,Kfvfl A ,',f, Ay" -.-'- , f . A ' 114, ,f J 'lf ,Q If 'V . 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Qjljese Be f'igl5f songs f8ai we sing QW of iesiing anb ibfe cljeer, Qfleaningfess, ma'gBe, ilieg ting- Qperiiaps spiiefuf'-fo someonds ear Qung ilio' iijeg 66 for gout mirili anb clice 475 I' f lk were . QP:-nPP.s ff Q :gui X: 9" Q: x X r Keg l 2 .ans THE PESSIMIST Say, what's the use of slinging the coin? The co-eds, they say, have the pill habit bad! You might as Well take a man to a dance- These baseball beauties, surething are sad. The hats get bigger every day- In other ways girls are just like men. It's alright to know you can swear when you Want But gee! They are Wiseg I'Won't go again! It's great, with a pink and White baby doll- I'd buy her a feed as soon as another, But these masculine queens with their line of slang- You might as Well blow your cash on a.brother! And the Worst of it, to be out and out, They are wise to all you are talking about. THE MOONQUEENK' By GLENN W. VERSBACH. Rose of the world-with the rosy curls- 1 have vowed by the Moonqueen's beams, Ulhere as soft as a rose on a fair gh-l's breast In my big goboon they softly rest Like tbe pride of my roseleaf dreams. O rose-red heart of my Moonqueen love Like an arch of the amethyst: Hnd the snowflake clouds wander softly by Hnd the marsh where the little green froglets cry Find sweet were the lips I kissed. Moonqueenlike queen of the rosed rose-world, Hnd my heart is a chiming clock. 0 my heart is as wide as my own goboon Hnd my moonqueenlihe queen of the rose-red moon Is as clean as the Moonqueen's seek. i'Of course this poem doesn't mean anything at all and if it dill no one could rind it ont. iltmethyst is used only because it near-rhymes with kissed. 476 W Qu Q' Ji l l ' "- " ' K 1' - ' "'f vi uiu " . ,, '5" 3 4 5"'i THE FAIR C0-ED. The fair coed. Now why the fair coed? I cannot think she has been fair to nle. Perhaps, though, if my topnot had been red, she would have seemed so, for I plainly see that hair of red looks good to eyes of blue, and eyes of blue she nxust have, otherwise they would not harmonize. 1Vell, there are few that really do. I talk as one fllI1f'S wise Lord knows I should be after four long years spent in judicious study of the eoed's way, study that brought me nought but doubts and . is she fair? Oh, fair enough, perhaps, but somehow fair enough d0n't satisfy. I'll leave the fair enough to other chaps. Hereafter when I blow my coin Pll try to get some value for it. Yes, I'm sore. You would be, too, if you but realized how soon a ffiair eoedt' becomes a bore. Vvhy is it, then, that she is highly prized? I'll tell you. Value is determined in these parts by scarcity and really fair coeds are very few. 'l'hat's why we tell thenx that they break our fears, and just what else I wouldn't care to say. Now e',qd ' Di-. and Mrs. G. c, Hoya- 4 X 5 waukee announce the engagement of J . Well' daughw, Emmy, to louis P. . Lliochner, '09, of Madison. . if ' 1 l Clippings from the- Alumni Magazine. Cosmopolitan Student. Daily Cardinal. Wisconsin State Joumal. Milwaukee Sentinel. Milwaukee Free Press. Evening Wisconsin. University Press Bulletin. 477 hearts, and sling the mushy mush the way We do. BOGUSLAWSKY Boguslayvsky, If one flawsky You have- gotvitch, It would notvitch Be as rightsky As it mightsky To ignorevitch fDon't be sorevitchj What they tackedsky, Without tactsky, On your name-plate Don't you think? , ., ' f- " ,, .,... ,.. . .-.ef-.-..n .-.1 ff.-.-0 .A - K .zz -:,q:.w--uv.-' ,-A 21. -22151:-:. '1 . ' 'I-'-zr 4 . ws. zwwaq-.uw W , ' - ,f r g :- :'.f- " ,-i 5' - " Il ,glib ,-. , ,im-L 4. Sp , - " ' , - . , 'V - ', '. -,gjzg,:'.1fr. S, X Q, . , . , JK w 3, X f M 1. 1 ,, f A ,,.2 w 1 bf-,Nw fa. 'v fr vs' f , qf W1 9 7- ff 1 1 W X we 1 , .4f,,.-sw l N ew We SAHARA'S SPHINX OPES UP ITS STONY LIP O Sphinx, canst tell the secret nie Why Pa1'ker's such fl Hnlly Gee? Nvhence comes his popularity? Why do the ladies think that he To lead the cheers is good for we? Incolnprehensibility, It seems to me. The Sphinx replieth: The red, the red, the red! Didst ever chance to note The vivid grass atop His mighty dome? Play on the red. g 'Al X59-X X X 0 f 2? new .S HACI4. I ,f X if . xx M. QE? Age. 1 ' MQYES ? 1 -Lllljff-'I if -i:"",f , 1 Hg Q r l -1- fa. ' ff'2-Ev? ' ,' 0 Sphinx, Pvc got you going solne. D0n't throw me down, don't keep it nuung Pray tell me xvhy is Wilkinson? Vlfhy should he make the baseball hum In interclass and then some some? I say, old Sphinx, he1'e's where you're stung, It seelns to me. But-the Sphinx replieth: The red, the red, the red. Didst ever chance to note The vivid grass atop His mighty dome? Play 0n'the red. 478 S S 475, W fx 1 V as it es? Olav -Q4 my? is 1- K n 29533-gg .9 gig, 0 Sphinx, lend lne your ear Once more, for I would, I would hear Why ,tis that Murphyfs such a dear In paddling gangs you know, itfs queer That he, not I, should be a peer. It makes me yearn to shed a tear, It seems to me. The Sphinx replieth: The red, the red, the red, Didst ever chance to note The vivid grass atop His mighty dome? Play on the red. X f 'X fr mg Q65 :wr S' 9 A vowel KELIC? .Q 'een " 5 sg 4-52-'D - ' Q- J e SQA F 'C ' 92' W' Q dis ,, S' SWL " ' V - Qi, 4-Sr I I- 55652 5, lg ' A Q 1 fff W, i' .,,.-f,i f.'. I-iH"lL,x,f ' 1' :iff - , :' ,ff ' 7,4 Z - 'i f f s.': ' Z?.9Eif1 2:1 l V . K Q? A 5 of fifi 42' -frees -"N ' of --it ' I ,f fu 2 2.427 I 2- ADALINE i YAf""fLY - , Eg ' -f L-, jf 1 5 fi g asf, , iz zgaff q t k '-23" ft? , Lf' ., 1 r D ' ag K "'lQrf: if:::7"? V 'Wi , ' N ,, ' - 131:-5' Ll . ' f 2' 1 f . f ," Emg 1.29 U Coos,-G Z -' aim, X 1 5 6 xi f ' ll! , :sq 'gZf' if 1 I-V-4'-'TF' W ' X 'I . 5 ff' "-mam E 5 gm lu a.r. Qmxifg A K umtmzr sruoe dllqltl l -A f PA55-,NCI A-YJEMBLV -1. 71, i Music HALT.. i A --X c e Qc gifs. SCHOOLSTOOLFOOL Said a Stool of music, Of the School of music. There's a Fool of music Sits on me every clay. 'ilf a Fool woos the muse And the Fool canit make music, Should the Fool make the muse-sick?" Said the Stool of the School to the Fool. "See how foolishly futile to foozle the musical muse. Are you sick, by Fucik, do you booze, to pick Sic tricks as to woo beautiful musical school muses?" "Yet the Fool of music. Of the School of music," Said the Stool of music, "Still sits on me every day." ififiiiy : f' is X52 .ii a e,-'L 7ef"t""s JMX l - 4 -,- ' T , 'ago P yg ll :lL- . -uiraa 1 7 Q li. ,Taira-11-w.'-fs?-' ' , 1 mr--v , gi N -.ii , y' ,X Z-rw - QLWM lm 'S'-pg 'L f 'rms is the tale the Phi Psis tell .JA 4 Q 1 Y S 3-,' .. ,l L Of Tommy Thompson, the fusser's prideg 912 .' ' -Q NU His dreams were troubled because his heart if 4 i C-:U - Nvas away in the north-where his peevish peach ELZQJL ' I - Z E M Is trying and trying and trying to teach- 5 ' 1. 9 Q p And nothing' meant all else beside L fy n ul ' ing -ani!-ever he! longst:0 fleliflff 1- ' .- .."W-' ll s 1 rn us s eep ne mu ers so - L.. - f' sz' And the words he speaks real soft and low R 9-'P Are these: "It pays, it pays to go It pays to go to Peshtigok' 479 j" k -' ' Q-P' :"""' , Q. 'X'-H5g':iE'iEQ,12'i"1'3--gjj--:'.3" 'if1,:g: 32?QlfEi1lQfgf-5 5 155 141 ''fl"Yhixlffiiz:xi?'731j:g-21353-gs:Y-5: to -111, . .7 3 -- K f sg' ' sf, . x 1 ' 9 ' X 4 , , A .we ma arg. . -.,.fs.'. ,Q. : '.:u:.' .' K- M -, , ,. i ,,i ,., : 1 -' -f"'f- 's:.'e:.1'faf2z1L:-'1,-31'-ff'.'rw+:4.1 n,,,g,,!, 5' W A -,In i MSEM ELECT IONERS '- You lg gt igiwpiifgio gi in H gk W A VOTES FOR SWIMMEN 4 If . The only objections yet found to elections Are suffragette crowds in the hall. For with ladies as large as the one A voter has no chance at 2111. they call Marge Though strictly forbidden, Miss Marian Vifhidden Insists on electioneering, And Miss Cora. Schneider is right there beside her' As every one knows within hearing. The lnoving iingor writes and having writ Moves on-to leave the Hleft behind" quite bit! So feels the Soph engaged to 1910- Until she sends his pin back with the mit. . To Audrey :- Here's to the casc'tlmt d0esu't last, And llere's 1:0 love and laughter, For I'll be true as long as you And not in minute after. ' ' 480 BEFORE TI-IE. BCYCOTT 0 , '- f ZZTfT'lf'e""" Al "'i'fi" H7 Afiifii 'ME mmf OF EEMEMBKANCE ff 6 l e- ff df f ll, BAM Q K 2 ,VZ 57 ,-y V KHQNCHE f? -- -- ' H QZM V' f E 42 ffl? 'V' 1' "W , 'ii .' -"2 'A if iii 3 ' ' Ef jv - , l ,1',f' - f e A - 9 N .kj Z3 if K 3, gf ,?, A W , - 'ij .L 5, ,4' ' JEWELL ae - .l f' rf - 1-,ig Q Lggzjf gg. f" ' CHAXE, - if gif X,qR'y5 1 wuz,-Q , THE Psfcsecurbo QUCHEN 'J ig XE? IRCHARD gi , HEREE ,, ,,, . Q 42 Ive: -J AVPELL 7192105 ffHoMPSv'lf FHIPPS- A CHASED JEWEL I lu-ill mrcly my jciccl chase! Romaunt of Dave Hanchett. ' O Jewel Chase of the Delta Gains! Ah there, ah there. Jewel Chase! Wfhen we think of you we lose heart for slams, Stammer out half-aslmmed "please ma,'a.ms" To the goddess of verse to lend us grace To write clean stuff abouf Jewel Chase. Ah for the jewel of the Cardinal! We can't imagine our Jewel Chase Being told by him who is lord of all VVhe11 he wants a story about Il ball, Not in a class with a Kehlic race, "Oh you there Jewel, my jewel, chase!" UTI-IE NOMINATING KID" OR "GETTING SOLID." 481 'TSX X5 QB: A a A192 1 0 lg'f,1,i , I 1 N A Mix? ., ,S 1 ., t -' ,," 'ms 7 5 l Vex 7 gd , - X , -T! ,-fr , FMPFT PROP' gags' LETVEK. The calling committee got twisted, as calling committees sure will, For they sent him a letter that stated, "Will you please call on Francis McGill?" Now he was a man with a conscience, or Fate had her hand in the pie l For he actually went and he called and he landed-oh my, my, oh my, and oh my, In a cunning sorority parlor: of what does the mystery consist? Why Frances's name,-it was Frances, not Francis,-so just pipe the twist. Now, honest, he started to go, but his-CONSGIENCE,-well, you understand. I! I dn fiP1ease call on Francis McGill! You can see, twas a royal comman So he stayed quite a while and he called some more: it was nothing but Duty of course, ' For a Frosh really needs it and-- Well we wash our hands of it anyway. On the heads of the Calling Scheme Promotors be the consequences of the Calling Scheme. 4 Glizabeth Grant to the Muse. Da moon sen's down hees string ob light Illuminin' de lan'seape bright 3 "Hb me !" Hb sigh. "Same heah," says he , Hn' hiss cle ruhy lips of me. Che Sad Hcciclent of Mary Bonino Che Italian Countess. ide BIRCHARDD 'Chere was a girl in our town Whom wisdom did entrance, She felt her hair was coming down when she was at a dance. Hnd when she found her hair was down with all her might and main, She twisted it into a knot Hnd put it up again. , - , sl? 1 ' 5 sf THE HILLS OF MARGARET To the ,Hills strode Witty Willie Witt, To the Hills of Margaret. For Willie loved the Hills of Margaret. When cares and doubts smote Witty Willie W He hied him to the Hills' embrace: ' He laid him at the feet of Margaret, Mount Margaret, And felt her woody breath caress his cheek And mirrored in the twin blue lakelets on her heights His stalwart form. Adored the lazy lilt of song That purled from Margaret's fair gurgling lips ini Spring The Hills of Margaret where Witty Willie Witt Strode-hand in hand on Summer eves iff, With ove. , And yet! No one was there with Willie,-and the Hills. And yet! No one was lacking Witty Willie Witt!! 482 f ,AA . " , ., 4,A: 2 X 4 , w f 5- "z ' - - Q v - '- 1. a:,f1f,jfv,3,f V f " H 1 1 Q cc cl if e N W QS' K 1 f X ' N ' -was .' W ., x J f a " 1' f BUTCH BOYLE BOASTETH Crusaders had good racesnin their day 'K But let me tell you that the Gondoliers ' Can beat them to it from the pistol shot " Ha An Even Dozen of them, like as not, , w A X I J' ' And even carry for a handicap The Student's Club-I sWear't by Billy Scott. CATERWAUL The cat sat on the burning deck lvhence all of him had iied, Except his bleaching skeleton And fragments of his head. The cat glared out of ileshless orbs Upon the flames around V That licked and nibhled all the cat From oti his whit'ning bones. Alas, the greedy ilames had ate His hooks as well as eyes: His slnews and his claws were gone To catly' Paradise. The cat had been I'rofessor's cat, A pedigreed Angor', But not averse to back-fence song Xvith Night and Mankind sore. And one dolorous lorons night A sacked fiend had came And xnnifled with his iiendish sack, Yowls oi intlnite pain. The cat sits on the medic's shelf WVhence all of him has fled: 'Tis but his glxa tly skeleton The cat, poor cat, is dead. But all the day and all the night Those orbs devoid of eat Are glaring xnaledictions on That medic: dev'lish cat! A--. iff' fl A ' L! XL ,' 5 x S l fxv . ,-. r,.r I: , m ' Mr, Beatty: Johnson was the center of literary lite in his day, as I pointed out to you last time. Now, Mr. Adams, wherein lies, in your estimation, Johnson 's greatness? Reeve Adams Craising his head with a startb : VVhy, Why, I think his greatness lies in his ring generalship and his great staying powers. "' rss? In 'Chef AJ 'J 6 'Vs-K," - ...- .P 1.-...,,f..f-. , fa, . , - . ,-Q , 1 -, ::.,.-' .gf ,za f ff' agp 3.4.1 - . 'Y .2-,fzc-,..,-4:5-,.: ,:.-'-zf.--r:':,:.' A2--,:2:gbe..- sz: 6-sgmzbsg-' -- -- w 2 , 1 1-:H i.-ew' 1:21:44 'fm ,--:L f -9' :2'i:sf:: B 1:--M" be "'ff1"2tf "" ' fwiii '- - ,, :4zf 9. -'-fr w:.:aL,,, ff - f x 1 1- " ' V . -..M.Qsl...at.,:z,.s:1g.a, Js,a 1, CHADBOURNE HALL I think that Chadbourne Hall has been maligned. I went there first without enthusiasm, but say, it wasn't hard to bridge the chasm between my rough- neck soul and those you'll find if you will come with me some Friday night and take a look-around you in the parlor there. You'll notice not a Window seat or chair but what holds something pleasing to the sight. Of course I know they may not all be there. It may be that we only see the cream, but even so it certainly does seem as if the good ones were not half so rare as would-be humorists would have us think. I know for my part I would rather be at Chadbourne than at some sorority a-talking to a doll all white and pink. They seem to have some interest in life besides the latest lingerie and hats and Cora's hair and some one else's rats, and what's-his-name and who will be his wife. I wouldn't have you think that I think brains the only element of girlish charm, but' still, a little of them do no harm and I am very willing to take pains to find them which I never could until that very pleasantly remembered call when first I met the girls of Chadbourne Hall. You better make it this week Friday, Bill. YE WILDE ROMAUNT OF YE NUTTIE KNIGHT The Buser tells his Rauchenstein Goodnight, Ten Eycks now Chase and Burn his Jelinek: Hiestands a Kuhlman in the Woolley Snow To Waite a Carr or Trane to Carey Holm, A Handy Doerr a-Jahr Lukes Fein to Him-melstein. He Wendtg 'Esau, He Conkling he Der Mugerditchyan A Brimmer. A Noyes: "0'Sheal A Sizer full of Murphies A Herring Tourtellot with Toebass sauce- Some Saposs and Sasuly on the side, Fryette and Boyle it! Wile Buser the Biersach Dunn down this Fusch Dopke He Ladon Moore Brimmers and Puls Outzen his Cash- He Hadow Butt a Nickell! Of Corse he Kahn Cashin and Dunn Soriano, And Handy the Brimmer-Mann a Lemon. A The Brimrner-Mann said Darnm and Moore Too! "Combacher, Kruell Infante! Noe! Goe and Terry at your Perril! Did Buser Goe? Noe Brooke Moore Blythe Wendt ever yet Moore Swift. So endeth ye Wilde Storey of ye Nuttie Knight. if E ., . , . , , "JV, . M f 561. ai- Z 7 Wi HZ Iwi! grip- Ilgdlhbi .iii-4rii.AK?'l'oi MAKJNC' NEVW SAV? : rzAVewoDp':' nfariwoi I ADJUTTWENQS l HIM Semi: cfm ozm gc- L.. ,LT I H I M Q 1- Q J ,,-l Q4- ' T gm L K L. ' . i gp it W L-Iii! S ., A K 5' V- ' X fl ' .N V, .- 1 If . Q ,Q 9 4. 'yer-iufsevjgiif lf'-' f I Ti? Rf, 'pn finrrr POEMS OF BOSSIAN Proudly they sit on their porch, the dwellers far up upon Langdon, they that are bent on delight, on the porch of the much-windowed house, the house of two fifty. In the light of the sun and the moon, yea, in the light of the stars do they sit there and some put their feet on the railing. Some are fair to behold, lithe as the whispering willow, and loud sounds their laugh from afar off. Like the cackle of hens in the hen house is the sound of their laughter, easily moved: The sons of the tribe of Phi Delta Phi they hear it and sometimes they curse. Emmet, the son of Horan and Peter, the son of the Murph, they hear it and make their remarks. 'LLo,', they cry out aloud, "are these the daughters of culture? Rash ones have Said in our hearing that these be the pick of the scollege. Bah! Bah! If this be the pick for heaven's sake give us the leavingsf' And forthwith they hie them abroad, to Stirling Court and down Langdon. Meanwhile in front of the house, the house at two fifty, Lyle hoes, and Lukes to Conover the Sellery Vlfeedg she longs to Chase from the Flower the Hulburd, but in- stead of that lo! Her Dexter hand she takes from her Head and lets it their on her Hartley. enum: TWll3E,SHlVEl?. 0NCEl W gb I is THAT THE FRESH THEN me THIS,AND C00 4? WAY JACK W H W ,DOES IT? - ONEWQY li 1: i ...Z :FE M QE! K j MK Kin -R. ,ff i .-Q. fi I WWA! X 1 " f M -Z ' NKIIQMIZ ' Q We f 'fifif ' Y dai ff , ,.," , I -A .4 EN6 gENg -, linrrr ' ' AF CLASS IN 'How To HOLD A FUSSER XVICE-VEIESA rfmfwj' 485 . ww ef QQ . l . ,, , lmrfx . . , .ff U' V J . .--I-1 -L e -f'f,::E'1l.'.- is - 1" 5. 7 5 '7- ..' I 5. .-'tqfwifl-ti'511',1ff Qs. ' ' '. Z: "Z W ' e ewfw - ifi,:f ff" fi3:'1..f- me- an ' ' "' 'arf' -"H-2' ffl ,-:ms qfzczgt20.51,,:Lvf,-lg.9.-2i7"ff T . . - V .Yi lg.:.t- X1 K" -lzsefg... 1.-.lt -Q. . 1: . --su e.-.-s.si. am, . 4 - ,- .. . It nfs .. msd.-,tzwss Ya, I Have Made Quite a Record. Iron Cross, Phi Bet, and all that- I Wrote them a beautiful thesis- Ran the quarter in fifty-three iiat. And I Wonder if they will remember, The things that I did, next fall Guess not, By the end of November They Won't know I was here at all. There's agirl I took out quite a little Our parties, the Prom and so forth, After writing me three or four letters She 'll quit wondering what I am worth. She'll keep up, With the next little idiot, Her dive in the social whirl Make him carry and fetch things and fidget Well, ,I'm sure I don 't care--much-old girl. I'rn going outside, to the battle, For the coin and the daily bread I'm only one of the cattle That toil there with hand and head. I've had a bunch of your glory Honors, memberships, bids- The Life's been a nice little story Now for the real work-kids! 486 l if 'tyyy 5 ?e I1-. I - ' ' .y ' 1 X " I -.:f1xe 1-':' ,vf ff: Qylllk I A,"lNf!5 - I 229 i uun i53JWTf? X W" , X w ,s XZ!! ... . IX - ff-5 X -af? 'X m y . Wmwwmwq Q0QQ0gg,,o0oQ A ' 050445 WW no Q0-00000Q9'7 f eiv g qqf ' .t I Qi, W f f? M03 1 .10 . ...gg Jnmna. 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Qlno yef we Eiave Befo our fifffe Banos Quo flie censor Sefpeo ua fo Bofo fliem some. gfiff, Soros fo flie fliings we migfjf Gave saio! Qiy souf! Qguf we sure coufo Gave maoe wings Sum 487 '7 ROOMS AND ROOMERS 488 'Saws Ct' ei -of '- 1 i f' . ' Z i f i. a iv 1 M 9 K v f I S' .4 ' 'F 1 giferwe pa: -: , I ,.-7"55 sf--.1-A. . 7 V,-,. - QQIZ-1.-45 4' - f-:+-- , . kg?y5:g::5.q:51gs A 4q:,:ggf-,QQ-:g555i,:-:,y43:Eeexrzvpwkw. -gyigizfg rm - He sits there, watchful, at his picturesque post Calm, silent, brooding, quietly at rest, A snowy mantle draped across his breast That surely must chill even him, almost. How weary he must be of idle boast And idle laugh and still more idle jest! 'Would he disperse us, could he make behest? How calm his lot, compared to us, the host Condemned to pass, repass, and buck, and grind, And spend the many hours in learning things For which we do not care a tinker's oh! We envy him, he has no cha-ins that bind, And cares not for the warning bell that rings- But jiminy, his job's a cold one, bo! 489 may , J iff-,491 52 ll, ,, Some girls, when your money's free, Shakef you hand effusivelyg 1 When it's gone you find that they Shake you in another Way. Do you think you'd like me better If I dressed like a Gamma Phi? If I bucked like an Alpha Theta And sang like an Alpha Chi? And flirted like an Alpha Phi And put on airs like some D. G.? Or if I were a perfect lady Like a Typical Alpha Xi? ANSWER : N AW. After a Yellow Helmet night When Sammy goes to call on her Has Samlnygot a tale to tell Or is he but a taleless Kerr? -Resurrected from the Sphinx Little smiles and blushes Doth the co-ed Wear To get from her instructor Ex instead of Fair. THE NOBLEST ROW-MAN OF THEM ALL f' Il , . ' . . .. I gem., " . - f- - - V Z1 ap- It I , ,V 55, 6 - 15, ' "W"-:.2:w..f :s:fw2.,i'x:exQ4iu,.,'.1w1,mzw-div?Wzv rvrs-:f'qw - L v ale.- Dear little sweetheart--I am writing this wee little note in my room. All the fellows have gone to the show, but I preferred to sit here and think of you, dear one. I was disappointed not to have seen you before dinner but it was a greater disappointment to hear that you were 111. I wanted no be with you tonight. 1 wanteato 'cake the feverish head in my hands and Kiss the darling ruby lips. Oh, my own, would that I were with you! I wonder if you have yet received my little gift, my wee little token to my dear little sweetheart? Oh my own, do you realize that I love you more and more, as sunrise follows sunset? I believe I will smoke--for when I do I see your beautiful face smiling out at me from among the smoke- wreaths, and I am, oh, so haDDY! It is eleven fifteen--pretty late, I Know, but I must talk with my little sweetheart for a few moments. And now I am going to bed and dream of you, you dear little bunoh of love. I close my eyes and Kiss the dear gray eyes, the ruby lips and the dimples of the girl I "Je vous aime, je vous adore, Que voulez-vous puis enoore?" I love you, I adore you, I worship you, you, the sweetest, dearest little girl in the wide, wide world! Adios, girlie. Your own lover, BUTCH. X X g X These are Kisses--more to be had later. Note-The above is a somewhat expurgated copy of a letter from Butch Miller to his inamorata. We vouch for its authenticity-its authenticity is all we would care to vouch for. 490 1 , A MT. end are tha so all wou con pai inf try I c not I h not FROM THE CORRESPONDENCE OF A FORMER BADGER CHAIRMAN. I, , James S. Thompson: , Henceforth our acquaintance is at an , because I no longer labor under the delusion that you a gentleman. In your Badger you couple my name With t of a man with Whom I do not care to be associated intimately in print, and you seem to have done it with the malice aforethought that your soul, which I am sure ld rattle in a mustard seed, is capable of. I would Sider it a personal favor if you would spare me the n of being rude to you fit is repugnant to me to lict pain on the meanest insect in creationj, by not ing to address me when you meet me on the street. If ared to trouble myself further about you--which I do --I would tell you exactly what I think of you, besides, ave no dictionary here, and my ordinary vocabulary would 'be adequate to express the scorn, repugnance, abomina- tion, loathing, disgust, contempt, sense of contamination and HOW you not I t superlatively contemptuous sensation I feel toward you. that dear, sweet girl who deigns to associate with can possibly endure the burden of your presence I can imagine. I wish I could more adequately express what hink of you. I am, JEWEL CHASE. B1 U - 2 , ' Q -' . WT-, , . ,, ., ., .,,. ,,.s. ' '- - ' -' ,V Z , V- .' - , , ' ,gllrg jigs V. 7 , 31 i 5 , -f ',:1:1"5-1fj1f-- 121152 . , V A . L. A, ubuvu M' f ff Q ' X-1-Avvggx f J 5 X. 'Q be .5 ' r , Edition de Luxe We haven't the heart to knock Gertieg Besides, there's no knock in reach, ' She's a square, good kid fsee her picturej And a prime, unimpeachable peach. Xi! x lf 2 I 1 'X u l Cf f l f f 1 , l i 'DH .Y ff? -1 'i .-.ei Simp Simpson: Peta da Murph is quite a prominent man, isn't he? Fred fthe engagedj : Yes, he does stand up above the rest. Q93 Q Highbrow: I hear she has an awful case on Prof. Kindg she thinks he dresses so killingly. Lowbrow: I see. A sort of suit-case. , . .P Q K Bal1ard's Proposal 'tSacchariferous conglomeration of protoplasniic perfection! Most adorable combination of matter and force! Rarest product of infinite ages of evolution! As the Lelioc-entric system was eviscerated from ante- diluvian, D1'l1110l'dlH11 chaos by the organic workings of inexorable laws, so likewise is that raniification of matter which nien call my soul lifted from profound despair to the luminence issuing from thy visual or- gan. Deign, O estiniable creature to respect the at- traction that draws nie introrsely toward thee with ri power inversely proportionate to the square of the distance, and-grant that we may be made as two suns describing concentric orbits that touch each other at all points of their peripheriesf' ,V .. Y A ,ffiaifgzig "" f 'V--i7if:'g,."a',11,s1w " ' -" '-- M ,..,2Q ...,.' '.11 I -Q F i Wf I PRETTY GIRL QUESTIONS ll-Sy Sadic-'s Own Journal Correspondents.J GO AS FAR AS YOU LIKE. I have taken a prominent part in dramatics at the university I attend and have become addicted to the habit of "making up." even when not upon the stage. Is it considered perfectly nice? GERTRUDE K. Remember that all the world is a stage. Gertrude. Do just as you deem, proper. The boys all like it, but watch out for the girls. A SURE CURE: AN'l'I-FAT. I have consistenly dieted for years. but seein to be gaining in weight all the time. In fact, I am quite chubby: were I older I would be called portly. I fear that unless something is done I will need an en- tire new wardrobe. What treatment would you ad- vise? TUBBY P. The best cure for your complaint that we kno-w is to spend from four to tive hours a day scrubbing floors, or when the latter no longer need scrubbing, waxing them. If your own supply of tioors gives out, the neighbors will be glad to provide you with the same. XVe suggest that application to fraternity houses will meet with ready response. TRY THIS FOR FALLING HAIR. My hair is coming out at a rapid rate. You may not believe it-but all is not hair that glitters. Can I save my locks? SORIBBY. The trouble lies at the roots. Carefully transplant the tender young things to a mixture of Alpha Phi salad and 'hair oil, leaving in this tmtil spring. gentle spring comes. Then return to the natural position, ex- posing frequently to warm rains. After each wetting, rub the head thoroughly with Portland cement. After the sixth or seventh application your hair will be so attached to the head that it won't want to fall out. TO BECOME STATELY. My great ambition in life is to become one of these proud and haughty looking beauties that you read about in the story books. In my own eyes I am beau-, tiful, but as to stateliness. I am only a dumpy little thing. Is there any hope? FANNY B. ' There certainly is. Hold up- your head just a little higher, and you should stretch your body several inches. From the picture you send, we judge that you are a cute little thing. Why want to be stately? VANOEING IS IJANGEHOUS. ' In the summer time I very frequently go canoeing, usually accompanied hy a Delta Tau. ls there any danger from sun-burn, or possibly sun-stroke? MARE M. Nog you are very likely to suffer from moon-stroke, however. It pays to be careful. Another common nialady that canoeists sulf-er from is heart-burn. A mixture of quarrels and spats is an effective antidote, though usually Ollly temporary'in its action. FOR A DELICATE COMPLEXION. My complexion is very delicate, and I want to pro- tect it for the future: it one of my strong assets. What can you suggest as to its care? FAY V. Lots of us have the same trouble Fay. The follow- ing. it has been found from experience, are the best methods of preserving the complexion. Dust thor- oughly at least once a week. On Saturdays it is well to run over the complexion with a vacuum cleaner. Never let any of the male species bite it-the mouth is the proper place. Profuse blushing is said to harm the complexion. Always make others blushg don't hlush yourself. DRASTIC MEASURES NECESSARY. I have a terrible laugh. What can I do for it? I enclose a picture of it for your inspection. MARJORH: G.. From what we can see of your laugh in the picture, Marjorie. we can otfer no hope. The best thing to do will be to have it pulled before it gives you any further trouble. ' TO CURE PUFFING. Whenever I walk hur-riedly up a long or steep hill .I get out of breath. If there happens to be a fellow with me and I am so out of breath that I can't talk, I lose my patience as well as my breath. Can this be avoided? POLLY C. Most assuredly. There are several ways of over- coming your ditliculty. Take your choice of any or all of the following suggestions: Don't walk hurriedlyg don't breathe at all as you go up a hillg don't talkg don't walk with a fellowg or. lastly. don't walk up a hill. ' 0 ,, V, I ,, . -. , -. . - , . Y. ,Q 5 :V V . - . - , . ' , sl" we 2:1 '.1vf'.'Q1-..1'..f'..isf-.at:' 1: 1 xy.. v .g, . 4 - ' s 4- s A , . ' V, . 1312.111 M. .4-12:s'g5:,f1-..,' .::,t.f., :'1"1'fr',.. it-tif-o Q:-.-.rl-t. --12 K 3 ' B . 'fifty . '11.g1ws,Is -if illl wue-w4,1a1- Q ' I -:f ' ' ' me- ,H Em .-.1.:.1fZ.sw.J' . -.mr szsi satlz - r.Ia:s,s:rm's:es:sf--x 1, we-H -s-zu m X Um..+,. ,-w. M-ww f N . A , ., . ff - b. .,, - - - .,., .1.a.,-es: nmf...,.a..,.-.. '1.Lf1.-V - gm: Ziftwz My L' YJ 1 ff-EL ND HCHOIPQP NY M The utilitarian sons i t Of a utilitarian age I - f"0'?N'N' " Come to a utilitarian college W" wif Gems! To gather utilitarian knowledge Q From a utilitarian sage. A, Utilitarian degrees, ' .rpg In their utilitarian way, ' f 0 9094 They carry through utilitarian lives, G , , 605 63092 E ghey dieitwhen tiheir proper time arrives, X 1 ug Qi IFN. , n a u 1 1 ar1an ay, wtf K Qnncfjgzc ' i g-Li? f ., Q f ,haf Hy T HLE'!DIFFEi?NCE Emmet H.. I think Bobbie Dehei-ty and . km .nm 12, ggmmg lg-Vilsgrn are agile to do a chorus "Oh, lutfff' ou 0 en irls" e ' ectivel . -5- The Venus de Bickelhauptif You 're off. The X f chorus of Golden Girls can do Bobbie and f Jimmie effectively. 74N EJ , M ,. W X ip, - W I , -.f fa . A ,KIT SN -- 5 it X Ig AT 524. HENRY STREET 1- E- 4' ' I've lent my dinner coat to Jack, 'F 4 ,LA ' Dutch has my best of hatsg , "" ' My dress suit just iits Red-worst luck! My sweater's down at Pat's. ' The man that sits next me in Ec Borrowed my notes till ten, Stanley Cadniiriuglyj : Those Alpha Phi The fellow two doors down the hall twins have a lot of chin, haven7t they. Has got my fountain pen. Gene Bunker: Yes, and more cheek. Flinging the Mortar Board from him, "Caduceus!" he roared, and grasping up a Holstein-Freisian A glubg ha szlriote the Germanistische full on the Skull and Crescent. "The Union! 'I"he Union!" burst from is . . . - A al nd covering o'er his brow the Yellow Helmet, the Iron Cross of the Monastics led him onward to the go . "Wislynx!" he hissed, as loomed the Keystone of the quest before his gaze. "Hand forth the Bronze Key of the Y. W. C. A. Abracalan! " The magic word, and forth it came, and swung aside the Inner Gate. And strode the va1'rous Knight Within the Mystic Circle. 494 M A p p L m,,,,4 .Hb L V y . . . -- , gf. tim, w ,E 45 XM - .., fi ,y,,,y - H--xr, sq s, ., V, -1 A 4 . , if ,, if A ,f ,. AA. ,. - .. . ,. i . , , , Wi, . Q , 1, J1 , L, +li i 'VARSITY CALENDAR Sept. 27--Sixtieth Annual Endurance Grind between Faculty and Students begins. Both sides enter strong tearns. ACTS LM? KMURPH Y Sept. 28-"Red" Parl-ter still unknown outside of his own AREGULAE ff - K-Nm little Phi Psi house and Ferdie's. 1 ,915-F? fy 19' ' I .J Sept. 29-Announcement of our first baseball victory in the XX 'L 0 0 i Y ff' Orient: Wis. 8.5 Tokio 7. X U 0 I i I 0 x s , X J 74" "si g se z'-5'-'lf' f fi f 4 Z? ,. .1 2 .4 ' l el 2 22' 'sg u E on 9 4 ' FEBDV t -I .di ' i Q X . . . . . :si - Oct. 9- Varsity trims Lawrence, 22-0. Badgers start laying ' trap for Midwayites. , - Oct. ll-First military drill of year. Important feeling officers " cow the rookies. Major Bobbie Newman fails to impress. Sept. 30-Pele Murphy joins the police force. x The few remaining unmarried Delta C-ammas join well- ' 2 ,VIEW lcnown matrimonial agency. I ,? ' "Keclfcie Moll" and a freshman umix it." L I s! Ll' B0 ! i o s 1 C UTE V0 cms THIS - rw-1 em-4 em UIIMLLLDFLB " .YAH-YAH YAH-we Anas 1 0.14 ,,, .. . , I-1 -:Sig 'UK 'Hit lyk' - .ar '4 xv cn . A .5 Ax K. 3 Oct. l2-Dode Falk decides to get out for football. . Oct. l3-Lots of noise started over Kecl-:ie and the mixer of September 30. Oct. 5-Hopeless attempts at originating a freshman still con- Od' l44D0lly Madison hangs out her lamp' tinues. Oct. l5-Junior class election. Astell and Richards bite the Oct. 7-"Pete" Murphy, a student, who recently joined the dust' . police force. is put in charge of the Fresh-Soph. rush. Oct. l6-Chi Psi entertains the members of S. G. A. at an Allows the Sophs to win, upsetting all precedents. "informal hop." - Oct, S-"Pete" Murphy, ex-policeman, put in lake by irate Oct. l7-Delta Delta Delta entertains two Kappas Sigs at Freshies. 495 Sunday dinner. f , . V ' , V Q , A - 1. 1 Q V, :lin ggtwuh -Y.. i ff.. .1 . 1,5:it.:N.i - ' V, . W. .:. -.41 si-:zen rs wmxmciaxssiisz szwzssazm-zisa .. .asks-:4mxffH6wss 1 I 4. ,isis -st '-rx,- . st xm l." -. :seat -ssrws-1-'si--'fs vssotss- suv-aasf, '-f-W.-ss:-ms... cf. .i Oct. 20-Ben Jelinelc attends the Dairy and other shows at Milwaukee. I' 0' ,llll Q . Z4 7 Suu 2s , - 4' tSiUl!l'fG E i-.! ' fl X ' V f ' '- .' sf , ' I -r r ABEG- :vs J . , 't3E95lYf I f ' KC. .. D - Oct. 23-Clem Rossbaclc has his 'phone number left out of the student directory to avoid being troubled by the girls. Oct. 24-Butch Miller and Florence Albertson coo coyly in a cozy corner. , I ' , f y X Klfffff' Z My -. is 1:-flair br XY 'alia W Z' 1 1 . M J, , Oct. 25-Dode Falk appears at Camp Randall for football practice. Oct. 28-Dode Falk, in training, refuses a dark one at Kirch's. Oct. 30-Cora Schneider and Mit Blair, Phillis Albertson and Bill Little attend a house party at Lake Buelah. Oh! What l know about you, Cora! Oh! What l lcnow about you, Phyllis! Nov. l-Baseball homecoming at Gym. Hsimpn simply simply simpers, in the qualms of stage fright. Nov. 3-Coach Barry notices Dode Falla on the side lines. so QT are if xr, lgsllfj l.git3igQ.1 ai EQ iG!LI!,!Ql-EQQQ efas'-aio 25.24 fl weilfsfgewifiofoigiki me zK4m"m2k?2S2 ' 496 Nov. 4-Bunker evades trainers and appears at the Delta Gamma house. Nov. 7-Dickie fixes it up with l-lazel Constantine for Prom. Nov. 8-Docle Falk put in at quarter in scrimmage. Declared a coming Eclcersall by the coaches. Nov. 9--Wisconsin's football stock booms. V Nov. ll-Dode Falk decides to quit football because df pressure of scholastic work. Wisconsin stock slumps. I3-Minnesota Game. Ouch. Overheard at . Camp Randall: Marion Holmes fin baby tallcj "Oo is this the end of the first half? I-low many halves are there?" Nov. WHN ' I THOUGHT Ft BALL VVA .MM Bl 0 ,Q 2. fliiigllil Nov. l4-rCharlie Moritz gets on the job early and asks Ada to go to Prom. Nov. !6-Mahala l-lolm and Bong go for a stroll. i vigil f XYZ X C 5 7 it Lira? Nov. i8-Walt Brunow goes three days without bowling Nov. l9-"On Wisconsin" published. Cfarly Beck, No. 2, the Sig Chi, sails under false colors. Nov. l9-Football enthusiasts mal-ze early morning sleep im- possible and as a result a fair-sized crowd sees the team off for Chicago. Nov. 20-Score six and six. Wisconsin followers peeved. Chicago ditto. Celebration of the first anniversary of the acquaintance of Mary Bunnel and lgleheart. Violets. Nov. Z!-Helen l-larrison and Hal. Kerr drive to Middleton. Nov. 22-First Prom. Committee meeting. Members sworn to secrecy in regard to graft. . Nov. 23-William B. Strong, '!3, Delta Tau Delta, entertains at the Sr. Nick. Nov. 24-Manny Gross has his first hair-cut of the semester. Dec. l2-Foot-slide on Francis Street popular. Alpha Phi well represented in the scrimmage. Too K ,R X0 X.. , ... Z su-tomar vigrx 'gqifff 0- U ,, ff N 0 5 . 33 f if 0. S " M 5 - ' i N f -v I ' S X f- 3-Q , - . -face? ,Q A 5 eg - . as '77- . ,., x I J 'I V ,Qing - eg l Vfigfi' Q43 . lf c ' t Nov. 28-Helen Harrison and Hal. Kerr drive to Middleton. Decj liiprofi Kfhlllenliffg tells the 2011 Ofhhisllife to Students Nov. 29-Miss Berkley mistaken for co-ed by six freshmen. m em' q ow We must on -to C emlshiyi Nov. 30-Butch Miller walks around the square with Florence. VE-N , WASSX Dec. l-Lucius Twins forget to dress identically in a rush to. ' Q 3Ep make eight o'clocks. X rj: 02' DIE MASTP Dec. 2--joe Mercer seen without a cigar butt in his face. f Dec. 3-Ten Eyck gets over to the gym before eleven o'clock. J 'N Dec. 4-Chadbourne girls hold a smoking bee. Fire depart- X J ment is out-also all Girling Court. 'g Q Dec, 5-Chadbourne girls, in meeting assembled, decide to quit ' J smoking cigarettes. W-:Z ,f L L Q iii- -ga' d g if .l359 3f1f:.-. I L li A .C. . " I "V -'if I - I I -W - ni P all ' jj Dec. l6-Scabbard and Blade banquet at Cronin's. Capt. N 0-' . ' ,J X57 I ' McCoy manages to keep the boys straight. LJ- h Dec. I7-Pi Beta Phi dispenses Red Cross stamps at Keeleys. no my Six male students and one Delta Tau reported as having 1 f bitten. ' . is N Edilofs Note-This was before the boycott. U7 ' . j l . 5-04. SAY ,' ' l wlfrgl.- at se . Q 536 ,mg I ME ,ay . , fb- I eq., ,, Q! Dec. 7-Helen Harrison and l-lal. Kerr drive to Middleton. X l gi j Dec. 8-Marjory Gillet leads the girls of Alpha Phi in dis- 1 Irzxl J pensing hot coffee to suffering initiates posted in the Court. Q A Dec. 9-Verona Pratt visits Curtiss'. Camera left intact. I Dec. l0-Art Cavaney and Dod Dickens take Carol Robinson l and Anita Bechtel to the Fair Play. P X Dec. ll-Daniel Frohman presents "You Never Can Tell" at M Il ,-- N the Fuller, starring Fanny Brown. Audience carried by QL g 'f"r - g -is storm fraging outsidej. - 497 . - ',1-V' 5 1-' v'r.. Y'-,., N ,M , f ' ' el. umm tx f N nyh, , P z I , A gt. , . , 1 N Q -' , H 1 A f N-X s as ff ,. W -N ' ,L-., a s. me Ms.. .ta as W K' 4' ""' X.. 1: w ss JS X ' 'Ve N us... t Xb K ' ' jan jan Jan. Jan. jan. Jan Jan jan. -Ian Ian. jan Jan.. Jan. . 5-Bonesteel speaks to a girl. . 6-Uh you chorus girls! Nuff said. K f V -if X93 3 9-Walt Brunow has his picture tal-cen in. military uni- form. Trip hammer action of expectant co-eds heart results. I0-Six fellows observed waiting to walk home from Chem. Lab. with Gladys Gibson. - I4-Marion Whidden falls down in front of Science Hall. Avalanche of snow shaken from the roof, AVALANCH OF Jwovv JOLTED FROM J . 1-HE l' Roof: N tg-'xr L N, L5 o -M...-.ii I Q09 ,. I E rec. L96 7 I5--Sidewalk in, front of Science Hall repaired. lf:-List of dateless clamsels posted on Gamma Phi bulletin board. 20-Dutch and Verona go to the Maj. Zl--Prof. Kahlenberg, lecturing on alcohol, instructs the coming generation in "how to get drunk on a fence rail." 22-Red Parker pledged Phi Beta Kappa. 234Eddie McMahon presents a beautiful mahogany desk to the girls of Alpha Phi. 24-4-May Vtfalker and Godfrey occupy sofa from 2:00 to 6:00. 26-Living pictures at the Majestic. Co-eds attend en- masse. I Jan. 27-Gamma Phis get the giggles and disturb matinee audi- ence at the Maj. :is - v new ag, f"i'15 frwrvmg n' 6 I, .1 4 ' ' 'x ' . , -- 1' 1 . - . . - 4" iz. -,,Q..C A -D? i - glan. 28-No'Sigs in the dog wagon during the evening. It is reported that Sigma Chi has guests for dinner and that they had a square meal. Jan. 29-jewel Chase and Audrey Quinn visit Emma Goldman in her room at the Park. Conversation not for publication. ELEVATOE il:- fzw. I Q Z,-F 1 g.g.gQ!" D' 9 WOJZE WA r 1' 4357 gtgooo -fav' Q, 5652 3 Q ' ' X f P O' Q O ' 1 - - f W 5-ff WOT ' f 5 0.0.0. I Q ff I 3 5'o'0 v f' ' ff b'9Q'0Q f I Mi 50,0606 g 2' b:o,O,9,Q f Z b'o'o2o2 Z . ,Wei Z 1.0.0 , S A .za ly -, Jan. 30-Charlie Moritz goes to church. fMethodist.D lg 'Q 'MENU-.SUNDAY DINNER ENTRE- SMELL 3" HAMSURGER' IHCDURSE -1 EGG' A1fcoFFEE- 5" PIE? 2" " C H EES E lrvrekmnsslav- FRESH AIR FWALE 0N REQISTER Feb. I8-About Prom time. 498 Iflfiwuw ii' .V 'V 5, . I V i 1 I., z Y -5, V ,. V I j , 21515: LA ff , A ' Q.: Lgril' N '- ,,, ti., 1 , ggi. . fx, if 'Vi . ' ' , ' I' d . ' W' 3 .V is Y .JF 1 ' 7' f:'FT35"fffLt ' Alf '-'1.: .4 w 524. 1 1z-...,rL m.'- Jf'1- '5 :ee . 5 1 l"'4 e.e.-suns. '12gu1a2" 4-- . L .y r . -5 5 5 9 7 " M iv il ,, X X Gills Q e Feb. 22-Young lady student at 148 W. Gilman discovered sitting on the lap of her "company." Names withheld. Feb. 27-May proves herself a good "Walker," l-loofs it out University drive. fAccompanied.J Feb. 28-Jake Kauffman claims to be the owner of the loud- est tie in school. ,1, ..1. ONE -- A HALF -- I ill .LJ -1117: March 5-Basketball. Wisconsin ll, Chicago l0. Mitchell and lVliller, confirmed fussers, appear at the game with clinging vines. - - I FEAR MY BEAUTY - '- IS .SADLY IMPAIRED 'll ffffeif f 'WZ . 4461 Q1 Wiilfll v .,- : D-Z -f .fiii5?i2?? 2. .gf 5,-.f ITL. '-. " - "-f 4 '- - 5. ' ,E5-' ' March 7--Reddy Taylor has a hair cut. March l2-Orders for six Junior pipes reported for first weelc of sale. V March l3-Gert. comes down the Hill with Dwight. lVlarch l4-Dwight and C-ertie go driving. March l5-Dwight and Gertie wander back of lVlain Hall. Cut four classes. Bill Ellis entertains March l6-Scabbard and Blade initiates. C-irling Court. Q3 i "1lf" ' ly . .Il- Q. ? :ter March 20-Harry Baker falls in drink before a Sunday after- noon fussing audience on the University Drive bridge. Q, t fmmiii iz? Q fel 95 T23 Hgh K lX25.'fi.,-elif Kf,VX -':.-' gi-.QW N M. , 2 - F ,-JZ lVlarch 23-Easter vacation starts. Bob Fucilc goes out to see l..u Dahl. l..u lives in the Sixth Ward. March 24-Bob Fucilc goes out to see l..u Dahl. K lVlarch 25-Bob Fucilc goes out to see Lu Dahl. March 26-Bob Fucilc goes out to see l..u Dahl. I Bob Fucilc buys a new pair of shoes. March 27-Bob and Lu go to church. 499 ' ia? '- 1 , :ef 'il -1- .J -ii's5: 'f-ifisi Ziiiizzfgiif-i:-i' ii-EIf?f'i2i'1S'fi'fttife' -11:8 T-.Q3firEffi?--Tfffi-l.f ' 3- ' . " 1 f- f' -- 3mSs5Q5ggwwHyHy:qwmdyQQmhgfmmm QEQEQKJEELWE3ikHE?H'fQhSWi59fgMjE X Z wi V-iilif gg 'W X l March 30-Effie Paine, Harriet Maxon and Dorothy Rogers climb a tree on the Drive and get snap shotted by a fusser before they can get down. March 31-Bob Fucik has his new shoes half soled. April I--Mit Blair and other bill posters get pinched: No April Fool joke. April 5-City election. Red Parker an active henchman for the "wets.',' April 8-That I-laresfoot Play. First two-hour drill at the Camp. Six hundred underclassmen individually determine to become ill and get excused from drill for the remainder of the year. April 9-Haresfoot again. is MY coMPn.EcTaoN "cHof?vS GIRL swexuewr HOLDING HIS I ,,, - BREATH 5 K VV l X - iSINl6S LIKE A Ro rc! Ze fe . ' CA April I2-Emmet Donnely turns down flattering offers from Klaw and Erlanger. April I3-Junior Class smokes at the Union. Bill Ellis stocks up with makin's. April l4--Cora Stranahan pays a touching tribute to the memory of Mr. Keely. April I8-Ralph Birchard writes six Sphinx jokes on the ought-to-De-censored type. They are. April 24-Tubby Xvatkins gives away his live thousandth pack- age of R. Watkins' chewing gum. April 25-Coaching launch "Cardinal" runs at last. April 26-"Cardinal" laid up for repairs. ? ,-fp? Q CARD: I NM.. - X A gf gg lg 1- ri ' , 5 .fixi- gfinn - "ki, Q fi.. APYH I0-QU! OWU HOWHTJ Van BTU!!! WilCOX C0mCS 01-It April 28-The young men staying in Prof. -Iastrow's Langdon from Horicon. to see Gertrude Kennedy. St. flat see a good deal of the Pi Phis. April ll-Oh-l-say Anderson forbidden to megaphone on the April 29.-jack Lester "Stags it." Funny he can never get a campus. Students mourn. girl. . . . ev ig, Q In I: f .g K- I W 2 Y r. A if I gg- H ,JF . , ,I V. K' X The Maxims of Wyzegih, the Son of Gott- stung, who wrote them in his Y. M. C. A. handbook on the Morning After the Night Before in the Month of Shebat: 1. My son, so live that when she passeth thy House she may smile and thdntk untell- abile thoughts. 2. Praise not a maiden for what she hath, b-ut for what she hath not, and thy reward shall be exceeding great. THEN YOU MAY 1 THINK You , I Kiss ME! Ag5ETf',f'fEf,:,Y . 11 Ah' : "' lunni- W Z cas.. Z Ilililk ll' -" V 3. Johanna Rossberg for h-er beauty, Adele Persch for her intellect, and Charlotte Vlfarden for her literary ability. 4. Lo, wickedness. Wearet-h the look of innocence, and the baby stare gazeth at thee e'en from the eyes of a Gamma Phi. She hungereth after the callow yoath,' she studieth the ways of the unsop-histicated and Walketh humbly, 5. She laugheth in her s-leeve, she amiuseth herself with the young mafnfs' inno- cence, and when he is gone she telleth his follies to her sis-ters., she laugheth at glee- thereat. 6. Behold, he who spilleth paateh. upon a front breadth sha.ll be forgiven, but he who mentioaviethr tha.t she looks fatigued shall be despised. xi ri-nmc You ARE I E50 BIC: AND '3 192111 STRONG ' 1 3 x ,- ., at 2 ,Ni ,c IM", .- ,. 1 ZW! m Ai W L n' ,-4 L I 1 .195 . if XPHIPPS - 1 7. Count not Marian Wfhidden happy because she is old and hath waxed fat. For so do her sisters tell her, saying with a loud voice: "In plain colors thou needst have no fear,'b-ut Wear not ltori-zoartal stripes? 8. Many are the speeches of the conven- tional fusseeg yea, in my books are they wfrtttea and I know well what to exp-ect. I 9. She saith: How slippery is the 'floor and is not the music beautiful? 10. She sa.ith : Lo, if thou hadst 'phoned yestere'en thou couldst have had a date, but thou wilt not fail to ask again? 11. Three speeches. are inevitable when thou, leaves-t Jo Plank at the door, yea, four thou Wilt surely hear: Lo, I have had such a gorgeous time, and it is so sweet of you to have asked me, and now do be sure and come and see meg and it was the lovliest party I have been to for mo-nths. 12. Knowest thou a maiden. who telleth all her secrets to her sorority sisters? Be:- ware ,of her-for she will bear Watching. ' rr 52 . 4' wff s.- 1 .l L" 1 "IN g-1' J , .-ifpz' ,gm ':gf.1:1, . F ,Q Q .. ' 4 '-. -1' :Ja Q ' + -ef f r.. haw - :f,3,5e, P 1, 47 4 - ' XCLN 8 N, gde C, x, '1 J ,tgp . Q MJ of '-1 ' ':':"f"f1'::-Ht"lit?-2f'5s?1:n at asaAwraksrrz-in-'I--',. - s::,.mz412z4.4:x:.xeE1"'H -a:' ,sz.a:z:saJ1a5.:1.1-to-, V- ,Q N,-1,1 k k N' N' Q JA AA. R4 ,X f 13. Son, be not dece:ive:cl by the undemon- strativeg Cora Strauahan herself may smile upon an adniirer. 14. Girls know well of each 0-ther's ways for whenf Polly f'oe'rpIe.r lovet.h he telleth all he knows gi yea, he enlighteneth her concern- ing' his previous loves. tit " -S11 l t E f.E!'e . . ig 4 13251 , .' fl gf uf , 1 8 iiE ii. O Xia! 6 it V ' 'XMI I ' 1 ' --- ' . I 'H -- Ill lllll: You ww Wff 'M A , 1 Q , SAY 50 REGULAR DEVIL, e in 1g,,' 'Egg' -nn, ,WI .T. 'Ei 1 A f W fi EM If -- "- 1 I is-2 Q X A 'UW y cu.A+2ENcE'.'s Bouuoue . ' 2 X - 1. N: Q gp.. , - will make a. hit with the inaidens. See that ' ' Wu' f Q thou shavest thy neck and brushest. thy hair, f ,- f and keepest thy finper nails clean and ff J fl y 'Q , spenclest thy shekelsbon them that ite in ,X 'QA -mr Wait- A ' "0 C, -' f 5' ' RO-L-LIE TELUNQ1 THE .STORY 1 QF: HIS LIFE P9 15. I say unto thee, verily not eve-ry maiden that frequentet.h the: Majestic is a Bismarck waitress, for some me Pi Phis. 16. Better are two right- hand gloves. to- gether than fl. Phi Gain, with cm Alpha. Phi. And for Dorothy Vorse to be a.lone in the lane is even as a. hat without ai hatpin. 17. My so-n, be thou not over-awed by the stare of a score and ten sorores. Five, surely not to exceed six, are to the manner ho-rn and the re-st. are but making believe they are 80'C'i-Gil someone-s. 18. Lastly, my son, be adnionished. Think not that glory and ho-nor in college 19. Otherwise wilt thou not succeed as a fusser. The maidens care not for thee- they want a. clean-loo-king ticket to every- thing that is going. 20. Thou, even thou, art the ticket, but do not, on that account, try to get tick. Composites Pictures OPAPPEL AND BHQIQHARD Buemnvcry I . f . 0 + 1 -4 1 fffafig A ' N771 5 em , xi-' 'QSV 'Ill 'Ff - . ,544 Xlmc rrzrl xegzasfzi if ..f:-, " . ,Xb -Q, -.vm A A K., g . ii" 1.A . A , I, T' Z ' - f i n i- W ,.,.LgQ. .,,: . .,1.L, ,..,, . BASKETBALL AS A SPORT. or BASKETBALL PLAYERS AS SPORTS i'Skyherg teain arrives at -l P. X.! Skyberg at +I!" yelled a frosh through the Alpha Beta house. That was the rural basketball teain we were to entertain for I-Iack Noyes' tournanient. The team eanie stumbling down the street at -l:lS in prison file. led hy one of our freslnnen as a lassie THE TEAM 92 ft Hao 2 mfg' 4 Li Liga f 32- If 'fx fl ' yl 6' cr ttf fy I '-s - ,..,-- s " J 0,23 fhmm' leads chickens to water. I was the only one in the house, so I went down stairs to entertain-or be en- tertained. Each Skyberger was clinging to a wall in a corner like a sour egg clings to a bum actor. The spectacle was analogous to the Poets Corner of Westminster. Attempting to meet the agents," I swayed rah-rah- like up to one. "Miller is my name," I began, "I'm glad to know you." The poor lamb for goatl blushed like a Phi Delta Phi lawyer at his first party, and gently laid his greasy hand fwithholding his dusty onej in mine. It was like illustrating Jastrow's "pressure sense" with 3 ozs. of dead fish. I soon found out that dia- logue was not one of his faculties. I went to the next statue, as intelligent looking as an admiral of the Swiss navy. "Miller is my name. I- "I know itj' he broke in. "I heard y' tell him there," chorus girling his right leg toward No. 1. Immediately his talk repository closed like a clam. I casually sallied to the next, who was trying to coax Rembrant out of a costly frame. I dared not otfer my name. I only saw five of the afflicted, so aslked, "Aren't all of your fellows going to stay at the Alpha Beta house?" "Naw, we canie here and two guys went to a frat house." I accepted the f'Olll1l1llllGllf without offering thanks. I was startled by his How of real words. It was like getting water out of a Main Hall drinking fountain. .X real speech-so sacred to Skybergers. I noticed that hut four Skyers were in the room. I glanced all around for the fifth-and-and-heard the four giggle. A genuine giggle. They were at least ahnost l1u1nan and as lnnnan as the fair sex. "W'here's that other fellow," I asked No. 3. the most loquacious. Another giggle! Mercy. they were alive! "Aw that's Gus that's gone. lIe's a kl9Df,1l11llll21C. But he won't pinch niuch. Just little things. He can't help it. l'Ie's went upstairs fur a while." I felt a desire to leave these apparent idiots. "Here are some papers." I offered. "Aw, we read the Skyberg Agonizer on the train," said No. -I as if juggling hot ninsh in his face. Shortly before six the dinner hell gave its daily ery. The tive Skyers lunged for the dining rooni. "Only the iirst bell," I yelled. "That's enough fur us. Thats all we get home." hlurted back No. H. They completed their lunge and sat down. No. -I picked up his napkin and threw it hack of a radiator, saying. "Some guy left his rag here." THE KLEPTo's .SOUVENIRS f ,fx . 'A A . I I l . , J , at I- 'S ' aiiiliiiigfa i iiialifaiiii ,H Q , lg, 5 ll .. . lnn-lnig A-, .illi--'illlln , -sei? ati' 'xx' X ff fmppf y,-, 1,4551 III!" . img g - ---I . 13545 9 0 Q "Naw, that's a fancy table hankachiff' asserted No. 3, "t' play with so you don't eat so much." No. 2 said it was warm, hung his coat on his chair. fastened a corner of his napkin under his chin and put two other corners under his Bull Doze suspenders. He then held a knife in his left and a fork in his right, perpendicular to t'he table, defying God to descend near him. We needed no such bum -entertainment. We had the engineers niinstrels that week. A. , ' ,.w,, ..,. , X , . A .. 'X is " 1,11 .,..-i' For three days the kleptomaniae pinched souvenirs Eff' N 'll Cdvgtqtl 1 , 59. " 3 T lla -Q ' fi " ' txt' 'll ' If . mining 6 K H ,I A , vi. "1 nm fav i ll l lu ilitftf' " fill' fd 'JI pnuwrverz SELL 3 'Al W X! E5 :f f l I and No. 1 pinched "makins." At a single meal, the Goddess of Etiquette lost her power of inspirationg Politenelss lay couehant in a cornerg Civilization took a vaeationg Quietude moved its oiidce to Mendota's white waste and cut out office hours. The team left Alpha Beta devoid of apparel and a. cook. We only suggest that Hack's next tournament utilize the large white dormitory beyond Mendota's concealed waters. It is for basketball teams. I ' -Sr-LZ '-6--1 ' I' 2' I' ,-- :t ig if '? 'I if' 'ire .l V: lf E . ff YSL' ' 3 w mg ie ' '- . NK ' -2- 3 K Q' 'f if 'E' - Q' AW' WJ 2 E A A 115 S 1 ' 2 5 2 ' , if ' ,E :T A E daok Hoyd- '12 May Walker: - Can I have two men at the same time? Mary Bunnel: Not if one of them gets Wise. -'7'?'JaZf? Hgifdz ' e The Visiting Alumnus: Ever troubled with absent-nlindedness Prof. Kahlenberg: Ya. Chust now I dried to tink of de name off vun off my most in- diinade frients, und I ehust coultnrt. Und I vanted to indrotuee him do a latyl The V. A.: I saw you. The lady was his wife. -gf!! fr, , 3? .f-'Q X 5 an .:fg'i'f!fE' Q , , f 2 fl e Q..-L3 V, -K 4 ll I xliiieihf 'bit F14 'seats' X pp e 4 E ., - - ' '0- .., -' hr 1' 4 j "' ess' if 'S Reefs. 2' S' :-', i A Coxvvain: And it every sorority had a crew which one do you think would have the best stroke, Ikey? Tenike: Kappas! Rowe W'rightg'you know. THE DRAMATIC SIDE OF THE UNIVERSITY AN ADDRESS DELIVEREIJ BEFORE CHRISTMAS IN BEHALF OF A CHAIR OF PLAY YVRITING. Theatrical seasoning this year was rather high. It averages 31.423 for middling decent seat in the dress circle, all the really good ones usually having been reserved for the fraternity brothers of the manager, or else for his friends. We might state right here that the opening sentence has no reference to the shows themselves, for it is not the purpose of this paper to discuss salacious traveling shows. They are beneath notice-especially when one is standing back of the last row in the gallery. We shall treat of University productions only, and we shall treat them well-fully as well as they de- serve. Realizing the awfulness of this offense against the anti-treating tradition we will try and be brief and to the point. The point is that it was a good year for Marc Heiman. But, casting aside such narrow prejudices, let us merrily to wo1'k. fSpeaking of asides there were more asides in the Junior play than Shakespeare would have had the nerve to spring on the Globe audiences. But then they were intelli- gent--at least they seem to have been by compari- son with Prom fussers.J I I I VIII gif, II 95 f H X x 'W Pampe- TH:-: CANCELLED cooK When H. P. Stothart blew into town along late in October, the greenest freshman in school knew that something was going to be did, and it was the public as usual. For charity, sweet charity, they gave The Cancelled Cook. And some went there to listen but most went there to look. These exquisite lines from the' pen of the press agent give you the whole story in a nutshell. The story of the show itself was even brieferthan. that. In fact it is an open question whether it had any story at all, except the one about Marian Holmes. Miss Gertrude Kennedy took the part of a Dutch cruller. She looked well, danced well, and sang about Llebohcn with a fine Cork County brogue. Henry Traxler ex- humed a few old favorites for the occasion and the audience simply had to laugh to keep from crying. Mr. Stothart directed his own tuneful music. The namegof the librettist was not made public either from modesty or, which is more probable, from timidity. The Attic Angels, commonly known as the Gallery Gods, thought it was a good show. All present agreed that Miss Audrey Quinn had found her proper place in the chorus. She was the third from the left, boys, you must remember her. THE DENTIST WINS THE BET! fm 1? ML ,L viii: -' I Ap? H I - 2 I flllggf Q 2 e 4 f o 6 T f- A fr-HPF? YOU NEVER CAN TELL One wild winter night toward the close of the year 1909, a small but select audience sat moodily among the forest of empty chairs in th-e Fuller, and steeled itself for the worst. For on this same evening the club which takes in vain the name of that stately stal- wart of the sock and buskin, Edwin- P. Booth, was preparing to take liberties with Bernard Shaw. This is no attempt to arouse sympathy for Mr. Shaw. He has taken liberties. with everybody else and it is no more than fair to get back at him whenev-er the chance offers itself. The Club was on the job. John D. Jones was the Big S-tick. He made a fine comic Valentine. Miss Fanny Brown delighted the fans. She was in rare form that evening. The title of the play was "You Never Can Tell." But it wouldn't be telling one to say that the performance was very enjoyable. Miss Stephens, in the character of a some- what prim, yet almost human old lady found a role which fitted her personality and temperament ex- quisitely. She didn't seem to be acting at all. Miss Clark's interpretation of Gloria was beautifully sym- pathetic and true. The rest of the cast ranged from excellence to mediocrity. and as we do not Wish to step on anybody's corns we will cease right here. 'iw U at xugy 1, , 1 X V g , .V -. ., .,. ., ,. fy., .,. ' .1 . 'H ' , . r- , e- -' .:.,:' gf 2, :ggi . V V 1-V1-Q,-i . 3-.'--e-gafref' s.jj-fg,1'-113,-,L Q. yy:-,551 -9.15: A t '- mv t uvv--X' was H ' n. v v' .-f--1'fvs?f. - A' V fi' 4- 'f M251-1"' f+"1""u if2'1f""f"'-Q'-N " Nt 0 Q as . - .M .. .-. r eefs ..,.. ., ,,,., ...,, . . , M... .. h h, .., QVC' A M on C' 41 lat X K fu A X -Zz' COLL E QTINC1 PROPE RTI-E 5 THREE QUEENS AND A JOKER For the Prom Play the management was fortunate in being'able to secure a nearly original play by Ken- neth F.'Burgess of Oshkosh. It came highly recom- mended from the Oshkosh High School, where it was produced the previous year. No doubt much was lost in adapting it to local conditions but plenty remained. The play was in four acts illld three intermissions. The fact that the curtain was down made it easy to tell which was which. They were about -equally in- teresting. The audience was very entertaining. It enjoyed it- self immensely during the iirst two intermissions, and after that found great amusement in trying to keep awake. A lively march at the iinish roused the few who had been defeated in the unequal battle. William H. Ellis made a convincing fusser. Man- nie Gross however, made the hit of the evening in the entirely idiotic part of a studious German. He also got rid of a sickening parody which attempted to be humorous by being personal. Such miserable mock- eries of the divine lyric art' cannot be too strongly condemned. Miss Fleurette Hartwig-that is her real name-did splendidly in the part of Miss Brown of Middleton. Miss Phoebe Twining is also deserving of great praise for her superb rendition of a pitifully punk part. The chorus was good as far as it went, and it is probably true that it went as far as was proper for the occasion. Fussers. otherwise known as Fairy Micldleton, was one of those songs that show how good music can make palatable a lyric of almost any degree of poorness. 506 Mr. Herbert Stothart deserved great praise. He got it. Herb always does. Monte Appel generously volunteered the use of his pate as a reflector to throw the white glare of pub- licity on certain fussers who had providently made ar- rangements with the spotlight committee beforehand. 'Dhus without mercy for the English language it might be said that alonte shone. THE ENGINEERS' MINSTRELS Mr. Henry Traxler made the hit of his life when he announced that he was going home. THE GLEE CLUB CONCERT The Glee Club was in high glee. While not exactly classical it compared favorably in spots with some weeks at the Majestic. The Mandolin Club was in proud possession of a new rag. Maurice Needham wiped his heated brow with it after the 42nd encore. He led the club through some diiticult places that night, being usually about two bars ahead of the rest. ALPSBURG You've got to hand it to the Hairyfeet for that show. It was the goods. We're not going into details about it. There are too many of them. Suffice it to say that it was about the best little thing ever slipped over at Wisconsin. With it the dramatic season iinished in a blaze of glory. ' Storm-:Mt Racenvmo CONGRATULA77 orvs gyvf, cf- : mf -"5" - . ' 1 E? -' I f Y , ' ' W sf - if f LSTDTHAKT f M692 l l ' . ,a ,.ff, ouR5E5 " ANOTHER or-as Gow IC ide -, BQTHC ' X . . ai 'mv jf: W 11 El f I " - fl eff , I' , X 3 ggfs 54 "' ' P ,J . 59 44" 1 I af e 'Q' ,:i" A, gr I Wxf' I iqjjn gl fn 12? YS f',"r 4,00 5.0. 8 I Os I 0 420 :H -f I -v ,,? M4 ff r s 5' :f n lf' is Xu: l.'D 4. b"'4 324. f"f. I' : Q55 i T- 3 . - QE 1-:....'-' .Jac K F194-.L'2 Monte Appel Cfaeetiouslyl : The hairs of my head are all numbered. Blanche Lyall: Yes. VVhat you want to do is to get the back numbers. Jo: You'd better be careful or you'll get your name in the Badger. Marge Gillette: Oh, I did a lot worse things than Marian Holmes last year and I didn 't get in. Freshman: VVhat is the Engineer 's Eastern trip ? ' The Court VVitt: It's an Easter trip raised to the n'th poiver, you poor carp. Paul G.: I hear you are not coming back to VViseonsin next year, May. Aren't there men enough for you? May Walker: Oh! There are men enough, but I've met them all. Shorty Astell Cwho is an engineerj: What are the 'tPrineiples of Edf' that those Hill girls talk so much about? Bill Ellis Cpeevishlyl: Principles of Ed? Principles of Ed, Fisher, of course. They are calling on Fay Vaughn as much as possible and looking at her picture the rest of the time. Murlzz lVa.ltzingerls trade at the Bon Ton seems to have picked up wonderfully during the last couple of months. Quirk: Greatly benefited by the Kc-eley cure, eh? ' Marie Carey: Can a girl be two things at once? Leslie Bleed: Sure. Look at Marian Whicl- den. she's a Junior and a Senior all at onee, 155 -A914 L HND ,f 15- j Vo1D tl ""' 1 :WZ L ov W- 'i 0 !- l 5 I iiii gr 4' '43, I 1 fl 'f-'-ze " Qi ,f'iZTa1'Is:4h 1 . 14 fi 171 2 l f 9-22:-sunzisazg 'if- 'I a 1 ik 5 - 5 ' 5" B - - T - '-f Jaexfwfz-9122-oz Za gl Kenneth Olson: VVh.y do you say "an ach- ing void?" How can a void ache? Tommy Thompson: Didn't you ever have a headache? 507 en 0 6 f ,Wa .. .. -. ., ,,.. , . . .. , TJJTRX . . .V V If vw ,':2:.'-f.al.':. .. V. ,- 5 .4 swim. tr:21..f"21?f:? --...1-fi-f-1'-.:1-1 -fs 5 T- fi1y':1s:wxaf:'a:v1q1wf- - f .- D f V- ls1:.sMhz1.L:. Ms +1- " ia2E'i- v,.,,.,.. ff - sZs1"fr. 'i ' - N EXTRACTS FROM A Oct. 22. Oh dear! I havenit had a date since I got here and I haven't a thing to write in this diary brother Bill gave me. I always heard that the Wis- consin. fellows show-ed you such a good time. Oct. 29. Nothing to write. I should think that the girls would get me a date. They all go places and I just sit. What's the use of belonging to a sorority if you never go any place. Nov. 5. I Went through the hall the other night when one of the girls had a caller and he looked at me and asked who I was. I think 'maybe he's going to call me up. ' Nov. 6. He came over to-night' and we had a lovely time. He is the dearest Phi Delt, with eyes that just melt and run into your heart, and shoulders as broad as the parlor mantel. We went to the Pal and I ordered a club sandwich and a lover's delight. He took a phosphate. I hope he comes again. U Nov. 12. My Phi Delt hasn't called up. I heard he had a crush on a Delta Gamma. I'm going to a frat party next week with avfreshman. Nov. 19. He was messy and I didn't have a good time at all. I don't believe I care much about frat parties. Dec. 3. I met the the girls got him- for grandest talker. His . p me to prom. I'm going to pick out my room at party next Week. Jan. 8. He hasn't asked me-yet. I wonder if Sigs are going to prom. . grandest man to-night. One of me. He's a Sigma Chi and name is Bill I 's ose he'll the ask the the Ian 15 No one has called me u all week. I . C . . . p suppose it's because it's so near prom. Jan. 22d. My life is a desert waste. Bill is going to take a Gamma Phi to prom. I know he asked FRESHMAN'S DIARY her before he met me. I guess most of the girls will be imported this year so I don't care anyway. Feb. 21st. Well, thank goodness, prom is over. I had to stay right here and see it all. I hid every time I saw any prom people and it was just awful. I hope Bill calls me up soon. I might as Well keep him for a spring graft. Feb. 26th. They say Bill has a crush on that girl. I just hate her. ' March' 11. I met the grandest fellow last night. I-Ie said -he'd been crazy to meet me all year. He isn't a bit of a fusser either-he said so. He is a Phi Psi and his name is Bob. I have a presentiment that he will be my spring crush. Everybody has a spring crush here. V March 26th. Bob is just lovely and takes me every place. He took me Walking to-night. April 15th. I'm getting real popular. I had four bids for tonight but I turned them all down for Bob. May 20th. I believe Bob and I will get engaged sometime. I know he likes me. We went canoeing to-night and fgot in after ten. 'The chaperone was peeved. June 11th. Exams begin soon and I've had such a grand time. I don't see how I'l1 get along without Bob all summer. - June 22d. We said good-bye to-night. It was all I could do to keep from crying. I don't care what anybody says, I know this spring crush will last. July 20th. I am dying by inches. I've only heard from Bob once and I answered right away. Sept. 24th. Well, I'm back again. I saw one of the Phi Psi today and he said that Bob is engaged. He isnit coming back. I don't care. It was only a spring crush anyway. 508 s"':r,, ,., , V , . , . . - ,A . I I . G1 I I as . Y'-if f i' L. ' -V1 f 5 if ' " Elle -- - " ' Jin ' cj' 'iT: 'f F" A'Z 7." L1i3i4llZf11,'52-'iff '.L4 ' ' ,. .,v,. J' .wa '.EiQ.iL1-.L.:.m..N:., . r.'hLL5:L.'-2,Li2.AllC'.: -1.u . lauuuuz' '5' 'MLP - 'I' , 'ff' """4'5 'JM' 'L' "' "mx "THE CARDINAL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE" Being the gleanings of blue-pcnciled communications from the iioor of the Cardinal oflice. l'. S.-My Cardinal only comes once a month. Please send it twice. A PROM PROPOSAL. The Cardinal, Dear Sir: While seated in the gallery watching the P1'om the other night, a brilliant thought struck me which I wish to communicate to the entire world through the columns of your paper. I had heard fre- quent criticisms of the fellows who go to Prom to the effect that they should ask more co-eds and should not bring girls from out of town. "This is a Wiscon- sin Promj, people would say, "Bring Wisconsin co- edsf, Now, Mr. Cardinal, it seems to me that people forget that these fellows who go to Prom pay for the same and therefore have the right to bring whoever they please. But right here is where my brilliant thought gets into action. Why NOT HAVE A C0- ED PROM 'Z If Wisconsin co-eds really want to go to a Wisconsin junior promenade, let them give one themselves and pay for it. They could invite the "man back home" and, if there wasn't any could in a pinch take an engineer. The possibilities of this suggestion are boundless. Of course, the sorority girls who invited men would have to turn the house over to the men and go out and find lodgings for themselves elsewhere. But think of the fun of it? Imagine Red Parker with his feet hanging out of a third story window of the D. G. house pufling away at a Malcaroff preparatory to making his debut at the First Annual Co-ed Junior Promenade of the University of Wisconsin at Lathrop Hall. Think of Pete Murphy, if he should happen to draw a bid from a Chadbourne Hall belle, tripping lightly down the Ere escape on the morning after Prom to get an eye-opener at a certain emporium on State St. Behold Bill Conron in an attitude of de- fense in one of the cozy corners of the Jimmy Fee house, trying vainly on the last night of the house party to keep his Prom girl from "collecting," Verily, Mr. Cardinal, the- possibilities of the scheme are ap- palling. The bills, of coufse. would be stood by father. H-e would naturally be delighted to see Marie or Doris or Gertrude have a good time, regardless of cost. But Why dw-ell more on the matter. I would suggest that the S. G. AI immediately grab hold of this scheme, get it patented and put it into operation C. Q. D. Sympathetically, GERTRUDE. G. CHEDITA BLE DANCING. hlange. Editor. Cardinal, A Gentlemen: I am a freshman, a fusser, and have to take gymnasium twice a week. This is an outrage. At my dear little Willieburg Academy, I never used to have to do those horrible exercises. I never would have come here if I'd have thought that they'd make me do them here. I didn't think Wisconsin was a bit like this. At Willieburg, we used to always think of Wisconsin as a place where the college chaps sat around in a circle on the campus and, while the co- eds passed the flowing steins around, sang the dear old college songs like they do in "Brown of Harvard." We never thought that we would be required to take two hours of gymnasium and two of military drill every day. But I am a reformer. Probably most boys, on Iinding conditions like this would simply lay down and assume the Zaissez-faire attitude. But not Wilber- force Pinochle Stevenson. No, sir. I have a scheme which will revolutionize the whole Wisconsin social and gymnastic system. In short, it is this. Give gymnasium credit fm' dancing. Dancing is a whole- some, enjoyable exercise and, if performed properly, brings every muscle of the body into action. My scheme would be to have a man at each Crusader, Even Dozen, fraternity and sorority party who would take gym numbers of both men and women. He could be on the look-out to see tfhat they did not sit out too many dances and, if they danced to his satisfaction, he would give them each two gym credits. I am sure that this scheme would meet with approval from both men and women and that your paper will gain fame by first advocating it. I haven't subscribed to the Cardinal yet, but if after this excellent communication, you wish to donate it to me, my address will be 645 Lake St. as soon as the ice breaks up. ' ' Yours coniidentially, WILBERFORCE. Nina: I see that Zip Zimmerman is wearing two diamond rings. Marian Spencer Cswcetlyj : They must have both sent them bacl' at once this time. X v 7 ' S. . . - . ., -. V. -. - 7 1: -. , v- at -,as ,:- . .. , ., .- .1 :-.-1-1-JM:-vzfgv.-.-. - -. e V- ' , . A ex e a .v.fe wssQ?+igfi a eswgsgfrfaa f " - aw e. ,-- --r:e 1 -f ILXVUD DODGE A SAMPLE OF HIS TECHNIQUE, TECHNICALLY TYPICAL. Well-ah-now l1ere a theme that interested me and is fpause while he reads half a page to him! self. Similar pauses throughout: class gets impatientj good from the standpoint of reality and con- servatism, but-ah I must confess fslightly embarrassedj one little point has troubled me. The writer here says, "My horse was cantering along nicely when it suddenly stopped short. Four harrowing jaguars Hlld a ferocious-faced kangaroo were stepping out of the underbrush. My horse shuddered with fear. I threw the reins over her head." Now, there, over 71-PI' head. How extremely ambiguous that is! You read along picturesqueness of the picture. when suddenly you are thrown off the track. all at made-to-order terms electrify the classy by the word-"herg" a horse and 7If'1'.' I have "FH because, what is this. a horse or a mare? My horse canteredg I threw his head over, ah-pardon me-I threw I1 is reins ov-er getting a graphic sea CThese rusty marked the theme her head, pa-a-ar- don me-I threw the reins over his head. Notice in that the esthetic tintinnabulation of horse-his, against the senses. But let us pass to the next effort. F , 7 fl VW Rf 1 i WW Y' h i, "fl I i Woffenclcnz Going to take a, bath. IVhis- man '? Whis: Naw! I just had one, week before ast. . . POT-POURRI THE DOYVNING OF THE DESPOT. -or- HIC XVEXT TO HIS DOOM LIKE A MAN BECAUSE HE HAD IT COMING TO HIM. "Barry," said the wouldebe French girl as she was invited to hit the 437th irreg. verb in the optic. "Why does the naughtjv Cerf beat on the helpless milieux?" Stung to the quicksand. the dreaded despot launched forth a Hood of iierce invective and engulfed her daring little bark in its wake. "Aha!" he cried in ac-cents wild. "You think to emnesh me in the Hlaments of my own fish-net! The class will take G31 more verbs for next time. s'i7 'L'0'll3 plait. and be prepared to say them backwards inside-out while balancing themselves upon their canine teeth!" "Barry." s-aid the would-be French girl to the mo- mentarily triumphing tyrant, "Why do the studes play serf quclqfuca Iongfcmps to the old Arch-Cert' llIllhSQlf'!v A shudder shakes the despot's frameg he rends and tears the tawny yellow curly irresistible W3 .locks upon his raging f'l'lI-Ill? to dusty powder. He cal- liopes: "The class will memorize the .Dicfioa-dire Frmzf-cis for next time and writc.,each word phoneti- cal!" The would-be French girl fazed an eye., her color tied precipitate but it re-congregated. for she would give her dawning life to win this noble cause. "Barry," her vibrant voice thrilled out once more. 'iWhy does not Barry bury Perf amid the foaming of the serf'?" The villain's talons clutched the air, the foam stood on his burning lip. From out his orbs there welled a seaof briny gush that swelled and swelled. The stormy winds did blow, the breakers rose and-BURIED BARRY CERF! I Above the tumult of the wash the wan survivors staggered forth and caught their saviour fainting as she fell! I ! ' 510 QQ 6 ef sf , I -X , 9 up :gang ,jf 11,2 N . N , . 4 I, ,CY L by ,N f . -. Q L . . " " if J ff, . 1, , 4? I , .1'iff,'?5-22 ' ' 'if - ta,fv,,,,i.1. f ,. A 5 1. -. Q. ' 2...-,., , . ,. 1 "He OUR OWN LITTLE Here lies Even as in life MARY BUNNEL "She also ran." Hic Jacet Even as he hicced in life Mary's Little Lamb Otherwise Known as SHEEP LAMB took Mary Bunnel to Prom." Here lie ,JAMES S. THOMPSON, RALPH BIRCHARD, PETE PIERCE, Good men and true who have gone to the aid of their party but whose parties did not come to their aid. "They also ran." BADCER CEMETERY Here lies PEWEE MORRIS Holder of the record for Marathon smiling. "He was almost a Saint Violets will bloom upon his grave." Sure Here lies DOOLEY CAREY Gone but not forgotten. "Dark she was but square, The finest of them all in Stirling Court." Here lies CORA SCHNEIDER May the grass be green upon her grave for in this- life there was nothing green about her. I. ENGINEERS AT PORTAGE. CTaken in daytimej Il. ENGINEERS' AT PORTAGE. fTaken in eveningj CENSQRED. S11 e ,I - . :. 5.sw1ee,' 221+ , ' ' I ' f It gl . , , M V V 1 2,5 Q .Q , gi V 53, V Kg . 'M 'M or X8 CONFESSIONS OF A GOOD FELLOW. I lately was unfortunate in being led to speculate Upon the nature and effect of certain queer potations. I soon became quite animate and started to resuscitate A city that seemed dead to me and give it loud ovations. I almost was unable ithough my number tens felt stableb w To say, "State Street is a straight street," trippinglyg A I started in to navigate, perambulate and emigrate, And all my little worldlet seemed to shift quite dippingly. Still, I felt uproarious, quite glorious, victorious. I D1DN'T FALL DGWIV' I .Jusr TEIPPEU ONANAIL iifni ' Q X . JB .fri-7l2-,Lf 5 X W1 'i2If2?fQ- f tg -. Paws AND Next night I called upon a girl and she seemed very frigid: In fact, she did not smile at all: her lips were straight and rigid I started in to banter in a sort of trotting canter. She said: "I saw you down on State Street last night, Pat!" I tallied about the weather after that! I thought I'd like to rise and get my hat! I tallied about the weather after that! I told her that I thought it embonpoint and quite eclat: I told her it was nouveau riche and almost coup d'etat! She said she thought it au revoir, and so I got my hat- And I've never even talked about the weather after that. 512 ,'.- , Q' ii' .,,, is it Cr, Cl ,C rt Q O' OUR LAST SLAM Far, far back-as far as twenty-five years hack-when this little university was struggling along without the lights of our countenances, the first Badger made its appearance. It was a good Badger, as Badgers went in those days, but the literary section was eminently on the bum. Everybody said so, so it must have been true. Every Badger since then has had the same failing, in the eyes of a reasonably large number of gentle and nngentle readers. This one, we have not the least doubt, is no exception to the tradition. Therefore, because we know that this will be said of our work, we will take one last fierce slam at everybody in general and nobody in particular. Our last slain is this: The literary section of the Badger must be personalg the per'- sons about whom it must be personal are the above mentioned gentle and ungentle readers. They are all we have to write about. Con- sider! How can we escape a bum literary product with a subject so- but our Christian charity asserts itself here and we will not finish the sentence. The literary committee has bought itself a ticket to Albuquerque, New Mexico. It will leave here May 25th and will not return for some time. 513 . , . . AW2, ..., an . ,. ,f - 'P - " X: 'f'-'.,, . ,, .1 ' may.: ,...:.-ft.: . V1 'i .sg '- :1:':'.-:1.'.'f2- 1-:F . i:.,, ..f,,.1Q rv' 'A .121 1- ,fx- e 'S 1221 . . ' A . M z a- .- A 444, ,...,... Mrs.. A ,... . A.. L'ENVOI W fWaltz Timey They had stripped bare the walls of their girl-garnished Poor-old-place! room, lt seemed cheerless and bare as a looted grey tomb, Flown-its -g race. And they smoked a last pipe to the days that were gone, Dea r--o l d-days- And they hated the thought of the days that would come, With their hard--world-ways. And the one forced a grin in a mirthless, weak way, Quick-clipped-short- And because he was sad he tried hard to be gay, Game-old-sport. "Well, to-morrow we bunch with a different herd, I n a new-co r-ral- And the word we must say is an unpleasant word- lt's good-bye-old-pal!" . And the other looked back with the same sheepish grin: "Guess-you're-right. Well, we've had a good time in the days that have been, Now-good-night. l'm going to Europe and you're going West, You-and-l- We will travel strange roads on a different quest And our joy-will-die!" And they puffed at their pipes for a thick-clouded space: Each-one-blushed- As he stole a swift glance at the other's flushed face, All-speech-hushed. Till the 'First spoke again, "To far different lands And a new-cor-ral ........................ " And thev leaned o'er the table and shame-faced 'Twas "Good-bye-old-pal!" shook hands, , f , ,X f f lfijfyfj ag. :-I0 f, X I! X T 'fl ,-'iiliiif J f jf,7Q,,1:f' gf l ",5ypQggf'f f W: ff- 9 xii 1 'f .f7'.'l2',' 1 vs. ff'-1 'l x W 1' "" "Ai" ff K ff W. NM?-L , f , 1 . 1 K fgll 5 'fer C' f,5fi" ' 'N if . ' 'S 4 1' f . q r lily if -,Ce ,if Z i ts 4:53-Y 5-' ,flu - Rx--wx-----,"::,, , fig sv .,,, , 4 Z .lx J A Q1 XE ws I , 1 M K-0 1. , K , ,, -xv .Riff '- 1, it l V 2.3419 . 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Our facilities in the making of Clothes enable us to guarantee you the very best to be had in custom tailoring at reasonable prices. I Suits to your order, from 525.00 to 540.00 Trousers ...... from S 8.00 to 510.00 An inspection of our Spring stock in both foreign and domestic Woolens will convince you that it is the most complete and up-to-date in every detail in the city. Yours for Ciood Clothes TE 5 'Fi' 'il' 0 228 5m Mnpfsofv. Wfs. 522 . iff ---- I- I .,'-.-, .. A - N 1 5 -QQ " . I ..:. I-.IL . . l i 1'g "'- HONORBILT SHOES The Snappy Shoes for Young Men They are the shoes that look, ht, feel and wear right. The best there is in shoe leather. Mayer "Leading Laclyn Shoes are the finest womerfs shoes made. Classy, fashionable and goocl fitting. Ask your dealer. F. Mayer Boot6i Shoe Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. all 3. 5' UF f3'E1? l ELEVATING and CONVEYING y MACHINERY I Designer! und built to suit any condition for lmmllirig any t ' l C t l Y 31 lllll. erm s. a 11 og r o. . WE BUILD Umnplete Coal Mine Equipnients. Coal and Ashes Handling Muclilnery. Excavating and Screening Plants, etc. THE JEFFREY MFG. CO., Columbus, Ohio .,+v4z7'zf' A 4, T .,.., W., byug ' L ulzz ' Y -VI4 - V ' Q, k ,P PV 3' . : - 1 ' 1 f 0"'::f5'1:5i it ' - I f , 1 aiffigbiu cvn-rrsczoi-'FEfe'I:o U H 5:51-Tiff f'l!Ft"""i,'i'-'Y , Q ,il , H : DEL CORTE A milwaukee Coffee with a National OM' Re ' putation ., 'aff-W:-it 11 'e ff.y,:. . f' ,A 12. Ma . 1 ..f3sf3:. ' 5 '-1a.11--- .- L 3 ' mf -mn ' -' W,-1:-V-11,1.:.--,,:sf...s1gz.:,,.,--:--,fgzfwrf fwc: X-Sffzlvfqulcavm-fff11i.,:,m2'?4nf'::-E. xwqffmdw,Wmg.Q534 ,ww ,Q .1:.fg,:1.-,W -ms... 2 as Q .za:,,1..,,1.1fm::41:f,1,:4.- 1, zffxzsqw-Qwbzgz mi Qtgww. a - 1 . . UNTA ,,. ' I TETTWACAP Q Wat e r m an's For sale . The Pan bythe best IS the Trade,Mark name you wlll Dealers of the Worlds Standard QVSHWHIW Everywhere I buy Fountain Pen .11-.1 XA ,173 ' Y ESTABLISHED lS'l,9 "m"'ps, 5 R. J. F. Roehm Company f fb IFRATERNITY JEWELERS Q DETROIT, MICH. 3ffT5'E3Lf?E2 Jo Fo PRIZES 11 JOHN STREET. NEW YORK :IRFb?,gIIf32 ,JEWELRY DESLSZTEZTESNTFF 'l.fffEZIX,iTS' STANDARD KAPPA NIEDALS ,- I I CAT4 LOGUE MAILED UPON R 1 Malger and Dgslgner of Class and SOClBtY K EQUES' Pms and Rmgs. Emblems, Trophies, Cups, Leathersand Stationery, R. J. F. 8 etc., in FINE GRADES ONLY 2,1 GRAND RIVER AVE. EAST, INFORMATION ON REQUEST DETROIT, MIGH- V524 L 1 1 ,'f1 ,',., V,.. lqnwbr x " H' f.1'5'i"'ihx2'1' , aa, E 6.-JV, .k!k. ,X :y,7.-.nw5,,,,,T,s-,,,f,-,- .,,-WF, -L. E , w, -,r -, ,.,, ...E f,., ,7.- .Q 1. J m ,x 411.1 ESfab1S12d1858 Incorporated 1883 G. Heuer R. L. Schmedeman P ,T Co 'n fo d T I-I E F DOHMEN CO- JULIUS ZEIINTER 'SVH 0 L E SA L E DRUGGISTS Distributers and Proprieiors of TERRA-GLYCOLIN,E The Modern Poultice A N T I S E P T O L The Ideal Antisepiic and -l Disinfectanti- We Guarantee the Quality- of Our Goods MILWAUKEE, WIS. CO:D113ANY D E A L E R S I N DRY G OODS AND NOTIONS L E A D E Ii S I N POPULAR PRICES QQQ 27 South Pinckney Street MADISON, WIS. SAMUEL HARRIS MILWAUKEE AND COMPANY .DRUG C0 MACHINISTS WHOLESALE -l-AND MANUFACTURERS DRUGGIS'1'S TOOLS AND SUPPLIES W . 114 - 116 North Clinton sf. CHICAGG, ILLINOIS Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Foreign and Domestic Sundries, Essential Oils, Wines Q5'Liquors CORNER MICHIGAN AND JEFFERSON STREETS MILVVAUKEE 9 'W O ' I 7 , . . , - "t.ll'f.L, T.. , . . . Q i V - . N--. . .. . 1 - Q .P , 5.6 1' 2:jS:5 1' , . . L N ' , . ' - -.ygz 1 -zt a wfaews s 0 I ,. mf,1? 's-W. Nizsltwwift-:w'92'iF' INC-fl .351'CALIBER Self-Loading Rifle As its name indicates, this rifle reloads itself, the recoil of the exploded cartridge doing the work. This places the complete control of the rifle under the trigger finger, which permits rapid shooting with great ease and accuracy. The .351 Caliber High-Power cartridge, has tremendous killing power, making it heavy enough for the largest game Catalogue' fully describing this rifle, "The Gun that shoots Through Steel," sent upon request. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS Co.. I - NEW HAVEN, CONN. ll TH5 Qfafffe ,, M, FO TA UV DEN C0053 uc, lf- 'EN 5E"r a cross sfcrlan of-refo s R pwa M Jnowffvs FI P s ,- :sro cofmacr mm was or emma 7 -M Y I - , .4 W, Y i , ro IA sf :fussy - -K. :-,liq3?L'13:?5E393?3 , 0 L G Xweziefuifo a R XFEM BAR x , 4-I .. ----' ' ie FOR SALE BY Rggfgzfgoczz I1llWll W, OPEN FOR Ffl.LlNG The Pen that gives tie greatest amount gf satbfezftoriy 567711-665 i 526 J'-C 'sf Qs' T11 191 1 We ,+1 ,. r X 2' S,-'Illia .. , , bf e 5: I B cm C1 ' -1 I - x A , N dj , A: I F K -. ,.r- I A-Qxz-: A:fI..g::-,.:- -In. um- ' . sf PAM-af . WK, ,-,,4,,u 'A W , 1.1 I HEADQUARTERS FOR THE WISCONSIN TRAVELING PUBLIC WHILE IN THE METROPOLIS f 'epuhliran Quasar AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN CUISINE AND SERVICE UP ro DATE American, Plan, 52.50 Per Day and Up European Plan, 31.00 Per Day and Up CHARLES F. KLETZSCH COMPANY, Proprietors It may be "all the same," but have your clothes ' . cleaned, repaired ' and pressed at the arhinal ALL KINDS OF itzam p 92 CGAL asks f Exclusive Agent in Madison for the Genuine Lehigh Vauel' Coal C015 623 University Ave. The Name is to Clothes D what the Color is to the U P I-I o N E 1 5 0 0 527 I 2 xr. " 2 -,R . A . - r TEE IU1 1 S. W. Corner Broadway at 54th Street . EEI I IHQ- fNear 50th Street Subway Station and 53d Street Elevateclq KEPT BY A coLLEoE MAN E u Headquarters for C ollege Men I . Special Rates for College Teams ' E . 'Et as ' f fgZf55"'i'5l5i1 Icle 1 lo ti 11- e Th t , Sh d Q LQ if fire-proofg most attractive hotel in New York. Transient rates, 52.50, with bath, and up. 5em,f0g,,0ok,et., TEN MINUTES' WALK To TWENTY THEATERS HARRY P. STIIVISON, Formerly with Hotel Imperial V R. J. BINGHAM. Formerly with Hotel Woodward HEADQUARTERS FOR WISCONSIN MEN he Commercial ational anli 'rtroertr 2 feer rrorteee A 1. oeroe s OF CHICAGO XR ,ff r W Capital, Surplus and Unclividecl Profits, 511,500,000 Ill 4,,,H Eff : is-gsgg l I .7 H5 F414 ' mug: I m I u naw on-r rr I mn HI NIIESIE mm, H 4 I-Dau r r Hill llili YL. I I I 1.0 EQ- aww ,M E58 jg' 41,15 E: 4.41-1 ,fn A - iff, ' ' 'E' RW.. if I--fix Q. - 'rr ., .-' - . ...E-4 l -. 1, ,V 51 ,L ,. V A., . , '- - .:,.5'?!f sg A gkwmg " .QHTI-fg'::f Tw S 11. :R I ' -a.-,N 2-,wif-... 1:V , 1- fl-glfllyllill' .-gap,- Tu,-. " qslsgiil-iv, -- X NLM, Mfr-53,4 fe - N. ,e M ge .: w.f..j 'fu Af 5:t,..4jL ,r , Q V ...iii Ea ., ., I , rl-nam., . fe EE gge-4"4N i11 3 ' ,E , - WH n- .LM ,Bl . If 4.1,-e,. .,.. m 5:2 -. ,.- - 4 aid' I-T" N ' T"'s -., H 'El sf ,R-I 41. -E1 H I- -.. +4 E, - 55 ---M' M- fa - a . kr," N ' gg ' TFL.. ----I '. ' 1--M. - R " H H' s . ' ++41fi5et'?"fw-1-'-I .f 'if H E E 9 11 -il-E ET' - 'gl ' -QISEJA S 'L ?Tf"' 'PT . F-H FU ilswii - A- .rw 'vi J N I H -m'i,,M..L... Qi. ..,.,..g.g':: anti fl. !. fl L. WE". I E 2 z- JB' 'g l zefvgugf. Egg ,,..ln-we . ..,. I. Yi .1 of 'rg-5. .'l7fLI.!' 2""-'EE --:iz-1' ' ' -LIE-Flin 5' FT e:.-s.:. E: ' 4 ,ls gan I, , -. 11 .,v'I'-Ml"" ,J '-1 U -a-G .: "'- gag d5ilHe.:.q gm! .Pi :EL :T-E., Dream., If -. . H "resE?s1 :Eh --1 - Deposits, 570,000,000 EDWARD s. LAGEY, ci..im..... of 'Ee Board GEORGE E. RoEERTs, rmiae... NATHANIEL R. Loscn, cumef DIRECTORS: XVILLIAM J. C1-xA1.x111:Rs EDWARD R RUSSELL ROBERT T. LINCOLN RED cowLEs E. H. GARY DARIUE MILLER. .1osEPH T. TALBERT XVILLIAM v. KELLEY ROBERT H. MCELYVEE ALEXANDER E. BANKS CHARLES T. BOYNTON FRANCIS A. HARDY JAMES WV. STEVENS ' HERBERT F. PERKINS BORNE ALF ' EAMES MAC VEAGH MILTON H. XVILSON MICHAEL CUDAHY IV, IRVING OS DANIEL H. BURNHAM JOHN C. CRAFT RALPH VAN VECHTEN RICHARD LAKE CHARLES H. NVEAVER GEORGE E. ROBERTS EDXVAIKD S. LACEX' This Imanlt is pleased to place at the disposal of its customers the facilities Qainecl during forty-five years of continuous service and growth 528 " "' : Ki 'S ..... 'Lvl 7 mx . 1 1 7 Good Tennls Depends chiefly on , 1- ms RAGKET X ,. ' 1 1' 15 1: P 11 c T 1 0 N " "" 1 Q in Racket Making is attained ln the I u v f IMPROVED 12011 1910 Don't lmy until you see il. ,,Q ,f' , If your dealer hasn't il, -1-write to ns--i- - . 12122 We are Sole Agents in the 4 ' UNITED STATES for she -lie 1vIi1'iJf:if'1i'i,i' CBLBBRATBD Ayres Championship Lawn , 47.1, 14...,,,,n 1 -1 1 Tennls Balls fi T I ' ,- Send for 101 D Cain log ll e 111f1i+f??Tl4 r 11. 1. 1-1 ons MAN eo. 365 -367 Broadway, NEW YORK I ewis Underwear The QUALITY Line Comprising Nainsook, ' Lace Knit, Spring Needle and Full- Fashioned Shirts, Drawers and Union Suits - For Sale hy First-Class Dealers Everywhere ff on DRILL Reamers, Cuiiers, Chucks, Taps, Dies, Arbors, Counter- hores, Countersinlcs, Gauges, Man cl rels, Screw-Plates, Sleeves, . Sockets, Taper Pins and Wrenches No Better tools are made. A trial is proof. Morse Twist Drill 8 Machine Go. NEW BEDFORD, MASS., U. S. A. 1-1:--pi-T, . , T., ,-uv-ez r. -,,?A2?'2:r:f-1.41, , M W- ,.. . fi:-.1 A A ig: Jiiffi- -37-gp., 'lil f l--1?F " 1 A T A 'Q l'l4A if AL 3- 'SLT ' f 1-A's1"' 35f5'f"f' ff 3 A fQf31f25"'w-ia ' 'o::'w'z'GJ.'W,,',f,1f.1..Q, H -.., A -mfihgr Q1,Le4?g, A 4 iegi .. A 1 Q Q' T fl" 3 1 Q SJ' f ' N .tg xi ' . ,fl . 47 1wsf2'QlZr4 A uf: .4,, 1 -. - ,... .- """""""""A' '- '--4- T gy ! W in n.-h gg if "" ' ---- -- -.... ............ .... . -' We Fincl Ir Ver Easy To run a laundry that will please our patrons. That's our business. We are not afraid to tell why it is that we find this business so easy. We run it to suit youg that's only right. You pay the money-that's your businessg all the same there are lots of laundries where you, pay the money and get all the trouble. Because we take the trouble, is why we are getting so large in - a business way -1--l AlFORDlBROTHERS TELEEHONE NO.170 ll3 and ll5 Nortli Carrol Street, MADISON, WIS 530 .nw , . . , . - A . l,w .f..m,,,m,,,,L.g A4. ., .,. - h ,,.,.....,,.... . ,. . ,., .., A .y . Fc'-5:0-J'-'-:Zh Slim A 'ss xml? . L'jjv,7,7n .. , ..,. . 4. -I iff- -1" ""' ..,i,..Qlh,:-'15 . Win: , r ,:i2w,NQ'?q Q Ni Q Q 4 ." if if l . . QTUNLB-lwuuU'f 4' 'lil 'T' T ll QS!!a.'33",'?5'5!,ff:7iiiQl1-lf' 1 X- L WG., ,,,, ,,m.,,.u,..1.q,, rs,,,x,Q, nw u " lE.1':s-- -we PN D ,,, ,... 1 REBUILT Means More Than REPAIRED Qur Rebuilt Typewriters have been entirely torn downg all weaning parts replacedg and the machine is then enameled and nickeled. We guarantee them for one year, the same as new machines, and save you from 40 per cent. to 60 per cent. Following are our prices Oliver ,......... 540.00 to 545.00 Remington ,...... 40.00 to 50.00 Underwood, ..... 50.00 to 60.00 Smith Premier, . . . 40.00 to 50.00 L. C. Smith, ..... 55.00 to 60.00 Densmore, ...... 35.00 to 45.00 ETC. You can buy on the installment plan by small monthly payments. Rentals, 32.50 a month. COLLEGE BOOK STORE 531 .. ,ami 5 f., 3 . . , , . aa I I V . I ., ,S I ..., ' 3 WHEN Q, BUYING ,vjp C MILWAUKEE 15" AND ASK Fon , GET A THE '9 BEST WE WANT TO IMPRESS U P O N Y O U T H A T EVERYTHING SOLD BY The Menges Pharmacies IS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY, FULLY GUAR- ANTEED, OUR SERVICE IN ALL RESPECTS IS E X C E L L E N T The Menges Pharmacies 26 WEST MIFFLIN ST. 829 UNIVERSITY AVE. IF IT'S A GOOD SUIT, IT OUGHT TO BE PRESSED I N T O S H A P E IF IT'S A POOR SUIT, IT'S GOT To BE PRESSED I N T O S H A P E P TORIUIVI CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING 405 State Street, Phone I598 702 University Ave., Phone H80 224 King Street, Phone 3163 et Ice Boat and Skate Sails 2, '- 'w , ,Q - ' 8 AWNING GO. W G.KROI?F PIIOPRIIITOR 319-321' EAST WILSON STREET MADISON TENT if r A ' 1,: - . .f 1,:.. 'Vi :Q 1 1 Q 1-'QN x 1 ' ri I A X I , X Q t - f f , ,, 1 4 ' K N' xv 5 ,. ..,1 f r N AW ffl fw PIPER BRO TWO BIG STORES WHOLESALE AND'RETAIL Grocers S T O R E S: PINOKNEY STREET STATE STREET MADISON, Wls. MODERN EQUIPMENT. NEW TYPE FACES 'jf i?nII"f"-'11 I V ' f ,yr , ,uf no K' V ' ' is - - in nn Ii illlll I 4 ,..- X In , . I 'lf V I N Xblgyfg, It .. f..,.... ----f"z 2 I 1 , mifiialllliljf , hilly- 2 -, , B M 1 ' V ! ' II . .... .-5,-.441 why I .cull ll I , ,l , i ----irg 1 I t v,,,, 5 ' f 1 :I 1 -'fel I , . , ' ff.. "QM, , '. ,I r " U gf ., . Y I M ! My Cantwell Printing Co. Commercial and Catalog Printing. Loose Leaf Sheets and Binders. rcorner Pinckney and Doty Streets, MADISON, WIS. The morning after The night Iiefore, From Banquets, Balls And IJucIcing soreg M ELERY Fo Mo I I I1 ' "THEwonLo's Bnncnr' E . P V ' V55 AD SToMAcn NER Is tI1e tI1ing for you Q To oIear your Brain, To get you tI1rougI1. WILLIAM OWENS PRACTICAL MIME!! GAS FITTER T e I e p I1 o n e 2 4 l 118 NORTH PINGKNEY STREET MADISON, WISC ONSIN 533 J 157g Q KU, . .. . - if 5 HORLICIQS MALTED MILK HE HUB THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE MADISON,WIS. A delicious food-drink may be pre- pared by simply stirring vigorously in water. A quick lunch at any mo- ment, which is sustaining and invig- orating, for the brain-worker and the professional man. Pure, rich milk and malted grain extract, in powder form-also in lunch tablet form, with chocolate. "I-Iorlick's" is a delight- ful, nourishing drink at all Fountains, Cafes, etc. Excellent for travelers, athletes and sportsmen. Arctic ex- plorers choose the best food, and always select "Hor1ick's" as part of the diet :: :: 1: :z :: 1: 1: :1 :: :: :: gc :: :, AT ALL DRUGGISTS HORLICK'S MALTED MILK GO. RACINE, WIS. STANDS FOR IotI1es Education Its special field in this broad work is to pro- vide in quality and style to the average University man, at popular prices, what formerly only the man of wealth could possess AN UP-TO-DATE Dry Goods House 5 and 7 West Main Street AND KNOWN AS U he ew York tore Handling only the best of everything in all lines represented. We know we can please you, as we put every dollar to its pur- chasing power limit :: :: :: GARPETS AND RUGS ALL KINDS Extra Size Rugs a Specialty PHONE 611 To Possess the Best of anything is always a pleasure, whether it be a horse, an automo- bile, a dress or a suit of clothes. And it is just as true of your Business Stationery- Letter Heads, Envel- opes, Announcements, Cards, etc. We strive to produce only the best work, and at reasonable pricesg pos- sibly a trifle higher in some cases than the other fe11ow's "best," but- Parsons Printing and Stationery Go. "The Handiest Office in the City" 24 North Carrol Street, MADISON, WIS. Q :.,. .- .- H ' K ' Tick!--Liizs.-MQ! it fag ., gi ' ,,.b.,, , AE adger Go. DODO 8 F080 Tailors Cleaners y e r s 511 STATE STREET .W. G RTISS Photographer Duplicates Printed from B. R. Curtiss, A. C. Isaacs and F. W. Curtiss Negativea :: :: :: Sis 108 State Street MADISON, WIS. MILWA KEE ATIONAL A Kof W1sooNs1N Cor. East Water and Michigan sts. Capital, ..... B4-50,000 Surplus and Profits, Bl50,000 Fdreign Exchange Sold and Drawn direct on the principal cities of time ll world li- lnterest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits SOLIGITS YOUR BUSINESS HE BIRD'S EYE OF WISCONSIN dl in the front oi the BADGER is published in two editions: if VIEW PICTURE as 1. A limited edition impressed on Jap- anese vellum, signed by the artist and bearing rernarqueg size, 14x28". Price, S10.00. . 2. A general edition on heavy Nor- mandy vellum, used chiefly by the College for distribution among the secondary schools. It is from the same plate as the limited, bears title, but without remarque or artist's sig- natureg size, 14x28". Price, 55.00. Orders may be sent direct to the publishers. W. T. LITTIG 8 CO. 15 wmfa... sfree.,3NEw YORK ., Hg'-37' ' -w:r.:...: . Q. 'Q 'W r Z 4 ii V av - J Nav.: M a n .xy f:,5:--' 'Y xiwfasbaez ,Lia- ::w., .1mm., - 7' if ',.Qof.XfJmz-2 "'::-04,5-QJZUW 'Q M x ww fM"f'4 2. mo, K ' ,- . , :ff WZ" Uisii 8 f,,,1:4:sf1i., Q-,.5g.5z,f '-3 ,,,:'-Wi., -- f"l - I 14 .N , . ,ff 17" jf 'W" f il X fi! , ii!"r ,, g,, 4 i n f W 4 ,K X xy 9 X M 12 KW X XX ii is ' I 1 ,Q 1 .x . A' ' 1 si N A X ii X ix ,r H i f wh syn ii, 5 fix it ix A 1 . 11,1 ii ' .5 V - .I f, 1 i V w i W 1 . , X l 2 1 -N ' i .X l it M 1 1 . N - 1 ,ik N, K I i I . i M JI , 1' W il ,ff L W ii Wim MW ii GSS go Jackson Bou M Z In ghd zzh HE spectacle of bi pitting strength against for mastery, never fails to We see it every day in busu same thirst for triumph and the weaker player and stand Effect skill brain and the abilt tailors of America and England+and tc Clothesw the highest standard as clothes Mossler Clothes can he found in a Price range S20 00 to 3550 00 MosS " 055 er Cla! ef' ori a a is one Jtor fMai! reguesz f c . . , . . 1- .. ' 1 1 , Q I C X' Y i :X i 7 If ' ' i fdli-ifif-:YM : S . ff i I L-'Jf lJfi2" , I ci, I uacnneaoo i .filer Building," 50 ffackson Blfvd., Chicago 'Q zmazeay ny athletes in the height of their power, ngth and skill against skill in the World-time battle en almost every human emotion. ,J pursuits, for there We observe the never-ending effort to thrust aside it r :lf -4 . Qvhr' .ll ,Q J! f ifklf i ii ff' X ,s i it if L N ffx ' Mm 1 K , x XXX W in i i , x lui ' w X h a conqueror. FN 'eptoduee the garments of the highest standard Q ig them ready-to-Walk-in-has given the 4'Mossler ' lfiwii 4 he -eading Universities of America. 3' i iii F MWA iii Ai i fini My Mimi M. ' ii i ii 'EW ER oo 4 ' s S37 1 9 1 3 cgliqfia 543 A ., , , . 1?-if r 3 .3 XJ. ,Q -J- 4, -fn, X , 1, 4, 6 L Mn, . mf, A, S 'V 'O Pl -isV,-szfzsuqg-1EQQ'-1-.-15-Ewan WR NY my NNN +1 , , 2, , w,4.,,. 1 .MN - . ,... .,.., . I . ,ii ig .,,L' '-w-p :-' ,,, EVEIIY STUDENT SHOULD HAVE A WILLIrXMS, LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK V ...A L, . ,iff E , Il . - YZ vi Patented June 28. 1904. A USEFUL Boon Fon ALL IVIEN 5l4XNlJFAC'l'UliED BX' WEST - WILLIAMS Co. M.n4uF.xc'rUnEns' HOME nuu,mNG N1II.WVAUKE E, NN' IS. BLANIC Boones AND CARD INDEX Sx's'rIcMe KEELEY-NECKERMAN KESSENICH CO. A Specialty House F0 R W O ME N, including Ready- to - Wear Fabrics and Accessories ll-13-15-17 N01-tI1 PincIcne5I Street MADISON, WIS. Isen 8 Veerhusen Company MENS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS RELIABILITY IN FIT, IN STYLE AND IN LASTING IQUALITY, ARE THE ESSENTIALS THAT HAVE MADE O. 85 V. CO. A REOOGNIZED FORCE IN MEN'S WEAR THROUGHOUT THIS SECTION OF THE STATE - - 7 and 9 North Pinckney Street, MADISON, WIS. S38 . . .. , SAMSON SPOT SASH CORD WE MAKE A SPECIALTY or E tra Qupziqllilty- Guaaransed free from imperfections. t r nd n m' al. SE'IiII::J?11lIlI-IIISS. Euialoygzjaril Tlgsts. SAMSON CORDAGE WORKS UNIVERSITY TRADE CIIUIHHCIIBIJS GO BIG SHOE STORE WAL'1'ER A. SHERIFFS FOR THOSE SHADOW LETTER BANNERS, PENNANTS AND PILLOWS oruaxxwuu. DESIGNS ron FR.kTl5llNITX' PEN:-IAN1-s adison, Wis. 21 SUUTIZI PINGKNEY STREET 524 NORTH I-IENRX' STREET We are indeed very "EXCLUSIVE," but onl in VO R interests Exclusive representative the Gibson Mandolins and Guitars. Exclusive representative the Martin Guitars and Mandolins. Exclusive representative the Mayflower Mandolins and Guitars. We are the only exclusive agents in Wisconsin, in any city.j 1 Exclusive representative the Edison Business Phonograph. Exclusive representative the Weber Pianos. Exclusive representative the Pianola and Pianola Pianos, Exclusive representative the Emerson Pianos. Exclusive representative the Fischer, the Sterling, the Kimball, and many other makes of standard Pianos. Exclusive owner the trade-name "27." There's "but one of these." W. W. WARNER "27," Sole Owner and Proprietor 539 . f .4 V A 5:.L-3:13-,Q,,'y ',:: -q2.j ,.r17 'E-'iQ155'y?gff-Q1f3Q1g'E,3,'fjg?I1'gE55 gf' Pt' '3f2.f43.f1"ffin fi? 1l'lQ:r1fIifi5':.f.'g 'Q If fv -L-L ,135 :'g'--51-:3.-3-15-.gi .-j,:g5-ggj.1- 14.1.5-sz. 51 ., ,LQ Zz' :gg-1:15 .: :gm ' 4:5:,g,5g3,:1.:,1-15113:-:q1,4. 51,5 . 155 4.15,-Q-gg ' . - :asm 4...,Eaw Q . EAST 25 WEST .4 M ra Si '!'. , YOUNG X TQEHD MAN, lr ml lWlXll fl rx CLOTHES .TI-IE ill HM, , gms ALMA i ll' i, y 1 X ' 1 K MEN STYLES il ill - QV f WHO ARE l J y ly E E' KNOW i my y GOOD HERE if yy N lg.: CLOTHES 'N "ll , flirty l 'la ll MLQ WQMH illllfl l l 5 l r We have a particularly handsome display of Friend Macle Clothes and Alma Mater Student Styles in Outer Garments, for men. Price 3515.00 to 33500. THE PLYMOUTH PAUL KARBERG, Manager Main Street, on the Square, MADISON, WIS. 540 ,mm ' -4 - ".. . .411 L' . . '5TL : m, L. is-snr? :JJ ,. QQ-- "m fg Q Q' FOR FINE WORK IN PHOTOGRAPHY loom- clluloertis tudio I9 West Main Street MADISON, WIS. Will also make Lantern Slides Waltzinger s For Delicious LIIIICIICS Ice Cream Slrerimets and Confectionery EIMER A D A N ESTABLISHED 1851 MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF Glhemiwlsa :mb Qibeminal Hpparatus 205, 207, 209 and 211 Third Avenue, NEW YORK Q Corner of 18th Street - Finest Bohemian and German Glassware, Jena Normal Glassware, Royal Berlin and Meissen Porcelain, Purest Hammered Platinum, Balances and VVeights, Zeiss Microscopes and Bacteriological Apparatus, Chemically Pure Acids and Assay Goods 541 N ffl' H 3 , .. A 1.21, ,V X . A H A i1...3v:,w 5 V- is if -2 3.4. - i . v. .- V 's A, ,.as,. ., ,- mf , - ." -.senate an sm--..,,.,.t...mf........ ch fb ...Li sr...-ms , sQ.,t.. me -...,.s,,n,:+ .1uJ.:s..s,-ff N --V as ,.,..,,., ..-s f . -W MM, Clothes for ow : the Kind Young Men Want . - ...Hi OLLEGE MEN want Seasonable Clothes-fnot clothes carried over from last season. They want clothes and furnishings F718 V A"' ' , that are up to the minute in every detail. This store carries no gcjggs over frxfmhone year ts agiotheg. 1 d f d bd! , oourcot ingismaeorto ay,stye orto ay, ready for you young men of today. QW! The best efforts of the two highest priced designers in 2 the world are to be had at this store. ' "" N: No other store is in position to give you equal service and values. We carry the only Journey-man Tailored Clothing that's made in America ready to put on. Exclusive Agents for the Royal Tailors. Suits Made to Order, B20 to S40 CRESCENT CLoTHlNo Co. MADISON,WI5CONSIN .IOSEPH M. Born. President. H. L. RUSSELL, Vice-President FRANK Knssmucn, znd Vice-1'res't. CIIARLES 0'Ni-:u..t'nshie1- Invixo E. Bm-Ktis. Assistant Cashier at State St. Bram-h anli of Wisconsin MADISON, XVIS. Capital, 53001100 :: :: Surplus, 550,000 Additional Iiialoility of Stockholders, l5300,000 Highest interest consistent with legitimate Iranlting. Accounts of individuals, firms and corporations solicited. We give personal attention to the financial needs of our patrons. A. L. SANBORX T. A. COLEMAN A. O. Fox EUGENE Elcllmx' JOEL BOLEY GEO. Soi-:Lon FRANK KESSENIUII Directors : R. R. Know-' .Iosmin M. Born H. L. RUssm.L GEO. E. Galax' S. A. P ' , I1 FR A. G. Scumzvi xnxx JAMES CONKI IV Cxmxuzs O'NI'III. P. B. Knox FRANK UAN1'wvr:1.l W. F. PII'lRS'.l'0Rl+I W. J. 'I'EcK1cmn 1-.lc JACKSON Rmrrifzu A. I-I. K.xx'smz -G0 TO- dne P. Rundell For HIGH-CLASS H AT S AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS 72 East Main Street MADISON, WIS. i -:wx ' A ' 3M -.1 ' f-.-ff.-N-M... W -,,.--1.2, , . ,-is ful. .,: - 1-. , 1, L.Me.,..:.1:i-, ff-igff.-in N ewj Southern Hotel MICHIGAN BOULEVARD AND 13th STREET, CHICAGO ALEX DRYBURGH, i C. H. SHAW, . Pres. and Mir. Tzeas. ,4l'ijff W--: Y?-qgaccv 300 1, - e' 200 RMS . H it Witlprlvate Absolutely Iiilililmg E TIM' 1. Firezproof nm nrmnmlltlil 5 I-1 it f High-Class '- EEEGELEHECE 5 51555 if U, U1'5i"'fE5' if Restaurants Circulating rs EIEEEEEEEEIQI I at gpigggate Ice Water Iv " . Wf HEEB: E FU Ilgiiil' IF S: 51'If5fft'j2" " 115 1 -r - - ' - y ,li ll QE "U" ' 1 A' Ilp f jw , ' , 'L' . 355:-'?"""m CIllC3QO S Most - ' Modern HOteI Authoritative Apparel OLLEGE MEN know that ' there is always some abso- lute authority from whom there is no appeal. There are some clothes makers who are that last authority, and who guarantee their products to be correct in style and to be in every way desirable and depend- able. We guarantee them, too. All our Furnishings-in fact, every article we sell from hat to sox-is guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction in every reasonable respect. Come in and let us show you the new Spring Models. DANIELSON, MUELLER 8' SIMPSON THE HOME Ol? FIRST-CLASS CLOTHES urdioli 8' Murray Col 17 and 19 East Main Street, MADISON Our SiII:s, Millinery, CIoaIis, Suits and Rugs are specially attractive at all times. These departments are always right up to the minute in showing bright, new merchandise, embody- ing all the latest ideas brought forth from the fash- ion centers as soon as they are in vogue. We also have the largest selection of catchy Neckwear, stylish Trimmings, Laces and Ern- broideries shown in the city 543 . ,Q 5 :-' if ' AH- H - . '. f '. H. -1' : ,. v - '. , 'sw ' T ln gl 9 P 1 1 111 - f ' 1r'L2a " ff' Q j ' vigm--a ,. American Show Print Go. Theatrical, Circus and Commercial Iiitliograplwrs PRINTERS AND EN G RAV ER S 382-390 SIXTH srmanr I MILWAUKEE, WIS. Write for a copy of our lates! catalogue 1. 401, Certificates of Deposit. 2. Authorized to Serve as Trustee Under Will- Guardian, Receiver, Executor, etc. , 3. Safe Deposit Vault. Central Wisconsin ' Trust Co. MADISON, WIS. Fred Klein Co, Artistic Decorators A For Glnoice Gut Flowers, Flowering Plants and Floral Decorations, Place Your Order Witln Capital City PICTURE FRAMING Green A S P E C ' A L T Y FRED RENTSCHLER C0 , Manager 4 I 3 'S T A T E S T R E E T Greenhouse Plmone, 3877 State St. Store Pllone, 179 EUHCI' GPCFH House M A N A G E M E N T MARCUS HEIMAN Playing All the Leading Stars and Attrac: tions on the Road Eugene Dietzgen Co. Q X A D 1 N INSTRUMENT l8l Monroe Street CHICAGO V' -- MANUFACTURERS y'Vl'-CI New York - San Francisco - New Drlelns - Toronto 544 4 ,- ' f I. I ,, I THE VILTER MFO. COVIPANY -r ,Y I, ' E --- Esrablaslrad .867 1--l-1 ,ga - a a A I Orllss n gmes X 3-I ' " .. ' I V -' ' " lce Making and Refrigerating Machinery. H V 3,4 ' I A Machinery for Brewers. . Bottling Ornms. 1"Uff,fL',iQ12f2fIjjf'QfiQ2 ,Q'h,f" 967 Clinton Street, MILWAUKEE, WIS. AUGUST ROHM 6: CO. ESTER FOYSTER C0. I FISH, OYsTEI2s Phone Grand I295 A N D C H E E S E "that's all" 421 and 422 Germania Building M ' L W A U K E E' W ' 5 ' 216 East Main Street, MADIsON,wIs. HOTEL - HOSPITAL -INSTITUTION SUPPLIES Write for Complete Price List 8 0. R. PIE P E R T DIQUGGISTS WHOLESALE I ...ll PHOTO SUPPLIES 192-194-196 Broadway, MILWAUKEE, wIs. 502 State Sffeetf MADISON' Wls- Odel Creamery Compan DEALERS IN FANCY ELGIN BUTTER, PURE CREAM, SWEET MILK, BUTTER MILK V AND ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS C ICE CREAM A 'SPECIALTY X5 ,QUg'f,AgI,El'?cA1l-'5 207 State Street, MADISON, WIS. 545 U :'1 1 9 1 :,,K. K .-A1., , I -I Q4 ag PE BITTER SWEETS MOST DELICIOUS CHGCOLATES Madison Candy Co. MADISON, WISCONSIN CONKLIN 6: SONS ENTZLER BROS san, cenxgkesfgvneg, 1:55, stucco, 28,215 L I v E R v MENDOTA LAKE ICE Office 24 East Mifflin Street M A D I S O N, W I S An elegant stock of Vehicles and Trappings, with a school of ell bred d a ne ed horses t yo se ce s b ject to call at a y and all occas o s TELEPHONE No 85 oben c0F11'Ei2- l " Q' EARLY every way of making 4 K coffee has some good points, but I E 0 E F Q , The Ellectrlc Percolator Q51 plan combines them all 'MUS L ,y 1 - Extracts the delicious flavor A without the injurious elements ' " ' ff l 'Simple Saie Rapid 'Economical l l : No alcohol to spill on the polished table IS - ' CHAFING DISHES, WATER HEATERS ' . QF . . OVENS, FLATIRONS, STOVES, ETC. 'gi J S W" Qi. Madison Gas and Electric Co. 120-126 East Main Street L I 1 ' f" Sz A Scene After the Theater at Keeley's Where the Famous Bitter Sweets are Made 112 State Street ' E , ,. . V4.1 f' :if Lp. S47 ,r,c cric l , o i A ,li o J " SS -I -. ., , 4 , . x.,, . RN 1, V . S vis? "3 VVS".-5 J' if f I i' : ' 1 ' . " ' .- ,- -- -1 iv- bv 3.-We . .,.. .. - .. .. I. , . f .sf . A ,, -.E ,. . 1 I . -, -. , ., 5. , ,, 15 s,-- fp I-ik,-.,s.':+', -.fs-I Q., ,IN Ei-27,1 . -fr-.r:.., Sf, ,Q4-,kw I ,. ,, .4 Ye., X ,L . - i .,, ,, , ge' ,fx 5 . , YW..,,,..,.,,,,3,L,s,,,.'- mf.,-X. .,,.,5-5.-X W. .ff 1+111'1La,.G1f.-.ff,,-..S .' 'ilzr-L1-1" sfcwb--:Pi Lis. I - -" 'M - I .M-.ss :v ...,.., -. 1 1 -a s m ESTABLISHED 1894 INCORPORATED niversity CO-Operative CO. R. E. BOLTE, Manager. TOTAL MEMBERSHIP, 7,063 IMPORTANT ARE YOU OR DO YOU EXPECT TO BE A STUDENT AT WISCONSIN? IF SO, JOIN THE STORE OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY STUDENTS. GET OUR PAMPI-ILET OF INFORMATION Comparative Statement of Last Thirteen Years' Business Paid Year Sales BI12Er1i1lTTei?SI Net Profits SIT-ITTJTITS StXi:kp1T23:25rS Rate Per Cent' mately 1897 59,534 52 555,215 50 5 316 07 5 105 35 S 210 72 57: in Merchandise. 1898 13,090 44 4,046 80 607 02 202 32 404 68 10921 ln Merchandise. 1899 16,199 43 6,396 75 1,336 65 538 29 788 33 IZMWEJ in Merchandise. 1900 29,303 78 13,068 60 2,403 41 801 05 1,602 36 10? in Cash, or 12 'Zu in Trade 1901 33,805 99 18,037 67 2,282 20 478 44 1,803 77 gql in Cash, or 12 'Za in Trade 1902 35,009 14 18,309 14 2,744 76 713 76 1,830 99 992: in Cash, or IZMZ in Trade 1903 40,320 05 20,827 18 32,215 48 1,020 00 2,082 02 gql in Cash, or IZMZZ in Trade 1904 46,070 29 23,647 68 2,573 B7 1,187 50 2,366 45 9921 in Cash, or UMW: in Trade 1905 48,772 07 27,204 46 3,508 74 1,617 42 2,720 45 1012 in Cash, or 13 'Zz in Trade 1906 52,498 O7 29,049 10 4,015 46 1,672 I3 2,904 91 l0'ZJ in Cash, or 13 W: in Trade 1907 53,150 52 32,000 00 T2,889 40 1,357 50 2,560 00 871 in Cash, or 1222: in Trade 1908 74,390 75 38.840 61 4,126 70 1,763 53 3,495 65 9076 in Cash, or 13 'Za in Trade 1909 90,002 85 47,969 58 354,188 62 2,253 78 4,188 62 9075 in Cash, or 13 'Zn in Trade of anything. Headquarters for all STUDENTS' SUPPLIES. Write us when in need We sell BOOKS, LABORATORY or ENGINEERS' TECHNICAL SUPPLIES, STATIC GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS. CAMERAS and PHOTO SUPPLIES, REGAL SHOES, COLLEGE PENNANTS and POSTERS, CONFECTIONERY, etc. Alteneder, Keuffel 8: Esser, and E. Dietzgen 8: Co. DRAFTING INSTRUMENTS and SUPPLIES. Let us quote you prices. NERY, SPALDING ATHLETIC 504-508 STATE STREET, MADISON, WIS. 548 . .IA .i J.-.Hifi "'-f ' "'2 . -L',,,'V , I F' I ks d Adh ' I WE S I me ill. Th0iIivi.0 KN0vi?SweS TS New from Euvertn Enver INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY J UST ISSU ED, Ed.in Chief. Dr. W. T. Harris, former U. S. Com. of lzducalion. sf General Infomation Practically Donhled. 5 Divided Page: Important Word: Above, Leu lm- portant Below. 91 Contain: More Information of Interest to More People Than Anv Other Dictionary. 2700 PAGES. 6000 ILLUSTRATIONS. 400,000 WORDS AN D PH RASES. GET THE BEST in Scholarship, Convenience, Authority, Utility. , 'iioen" 'V i C "' , l I I ii: I? , ull INK MW.. Drawing lnlcs - Eternal Writing Ink Engrossing lnlc X54 j , Taurine Mucilage .!.2:"'A ' if Ti. . -xs - Photo Mounter Paste .,' 1'-fi" -3 Q7 aifek it Nix F 1 .5-'-:A-L-'---:ft 'ELI 'rf' Drawing Board Paste I fi Liquid Paste fm swf 3 ' It ' 44 Office Paste I Eiga: " ' 5,55 9 if ' nil Vegetable Glue, etc. 1 - 3323 Q Egg i in S - l Are the Finest and Best Inks and Adhesives FQ' Q12 k ESQ ' , 125313: 5 Emunclpate yourself from the use of corrosive QL ., ix EQ , Qu: FEW, Q 55:-,333 and ill-smelling Inks and adhesives and adopt the I E 5 W 2 '- Q.'ff:B, Higgins Inks and Adhesives. They will be EA 6 rewgelutlondto Xzgui theyghare so sweet, clean, well ,.,, , pu up,an wi a soe 'men 1. ..... ..,. -.,- . -, A . . . At Dealers Generally' Write for Specimen Pages to '-' G. at c. MERRIAM co., SPRINGFIELD, MASS. CHAS- M- HIGGINS 8 C0-, Manufacturers, l You will do ns an favor to mention this publication. 271 Ninth Street: N- Y. Q Brnnchel: Chicago, London. '- - ,quo ,S ybvv-40 CHARTE RED IN 'wscousifi ia E 1 I NATIONAL BANK 549 'fp-i1., r 1 -'pl' 1,.g.fl. I-Si -1, . F " 1 0 2-Q-21.3Z'QQ Q -' . '- 9 , ----'l-.mm-,-Q-.mf-'P--:e:o.zssn1..s.. me--,xdeiwiezmzele-e xe. A f4'fe'lf-WN" - + -ras-V. ra-4:-sw 'QW - 'fr ff- -f-- ' f 'fe 'WL' X' L --'- N ' f--' W When Body and Brain Protest ' at the strain imposed upon them, use 265' 203' MALT n no,onf TONIC E I-1 El, 2 F u n A , ,l A . A e page e 4 ' x. M7-'TEFrlclflwl.flF1'lm ANDNERVETOIIW' Lilley Mrms have that superior style, flt and exclu- sive military work- manship not found in other uniforms. Every uniform is fully guaranteed. YVRITE EOR Catalog 8: Prices THE J U CI ll. Lilley sl 00.1 MILWAUKEE GOLUMBUS, UHIU. .srass and Copper in Rolls, Sheet, Rods, Tubes and Wire. Brass and Copper Seamless Tunes el . I l 1 5' E CHARLES H. BESLY 81. Co. lllf' l - iii?-4 I+ I. 5 . '1'iU-QM -5 l l Brazed Tubes Ein Copper 118 T0 124 N. CLINTON ST. E 17? s l T Il aa s. Q'll,,,,u a I 3 p2TlThZTifZ...f?lSI2..- QT.T,,,.le,. CHICAGO, ILL., u. s. ll. ,, j 5 E mwwaiwri LW Send Bc Stamp for 200 page Illustrated Catalogue. lm:EQQi'1'l? 2 .. ' ' l g-' -mg! !w-!i:g !!fiQL4l- r!" X-e .ei l exit- ll A E If .4 ' -. E S I agrees-3-or--+1 Q H aim -' -lll 1 f:,..:: H' " il. elnfiiiiggh X 2, ' - lv 2. .,... .-'fwfr 5 , .A 2 "' i 'L 'lb a'-- el QQ' fill '?-lpglfm 7 gg ,1 -.-:+-- -." r , , 1 ' . DXVZSJ 5: -iywm5.-f5,g,,,. lxph ,pppllpgff my l g l., eb- rwllul r fe A: Q lllllllllll V U. A ,.., ISA., .. .I ,- :'rJl,,ll.LLllL ,534-l ,A I TEI MET BRAND SOLID II., The Besl Lubricanf. PERFECTION OIL CUP For Helmel Ol 550 ., .1 ek 5 ..,-Q.-QAM. ik- 4,-, ,,:v F- ., -my ',,-. v.c,f -.,-.,, aw, ,14,, ..,e,.-fi:f.,M,1f'-QL R fe Kl I I Ci THE Capital City Bank OF MADISON. WIS. Established 1863 Cash Capital, . . . . S 50,000 Surplus and Profits, 52l5,000 Highest Book Valued Stock of Any Bank in Wisconsin DIRECTORS: I XX HOBHINS. . . Presldentu dl I e QARI I IOIINSON. ..... Yi l e II t I H HOL! ISTER CARL I H XL SWI KNN M S kl XUBFR WM. J. HOBBINS, ...... A Xsslstunt Cashier Over a Quarter of a Century of Successful Banking ASK YOUR DEALER 1 Fon -l Tan Rubber Coat AND HAT T0 MATCH . -T Light, pliable, water- proof. Very nifty and serviceable in stormy weather. QL LooK FOR OUR LABEL. IT STANDS FOR 58 YEARS IN THE RUBBER -i BUSINESS --1 Goodyear Rubber Co. M I L W A U K E E WALTER W. WALLIS, Manager ZIEGLER'S CHOCOL TES MILK CHOCOLATE CARAMEL CREAM MILK MAPLE WALNUT CHOCOLATE ZIEGLER'S B ITTER S WEETS ZIEGLER'S MILK CHOCOLATES DELICIA CHOCOLATE DELI CO CHOCOLATE ' RAJAH BITTER SWEETS 5c NUT FUDGE BAR GOOD CHOCOLATE FANCY CHOCOLATE CHERRIES GOOD CREAM CHOCOLATE NUT MEATS ' MILWAUKEE CALL KINDS5 551 WlscoNs1N IRON AND WiREWoRKs 1 MANUFACTURERS OF 1 Architectural lron and Bronze Work Elevator Cabs and Enclosures, Bank Counter Railings, Coal and A 1 Ore Screens, Fire Escapes, Window Guards 1- E12i2'2SdPiiTf,eJZef'2n'1'?if5l'h'i1'l'2?fJd Offices and Factory, 186- 192 East water st., MILWAUKEE The Dog-Wagon, it got its fame W i I l i a m S 0 n Thru one we call Charley" by name. H ,, The freshman kid is not long here, u t 0 F e e d Before friends him to Charley steer. There the good things to eat abound, And the famed Hamburgers are found, The denver and the egg are here, D0 not leak or flood With cocoa, milk and coffee clear. As satisiied you leave the door, You're Charley's friend for evermore. WILLIAMSON PEN CO. JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN ASK' T0 SEE THE "AUTO" FEED Give him a trial, and you will find That we are all of the same mind. . IEDECKEN COl'lPAN 1 IVIPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 1 Commercial Stationery, School Supplies, Blank Books, Loose Leaf Devices, Toys, Books, Dolls, Decorated China, Holiday Novelties of Great Variety, Fire Works and Flags, Base Ball Goods, Croquets and Hammocks Established 1841 337:343 East Water Street, MILWAUKEE The Poem above was written bv the Business Manager 7 the Edsiggr waives all claim to the credit for it. ,-'r'- yf.Q K 4,-, ,1f' WI-IEN IN NEED of a Cooking or Heating Stove, for any fuel, whether for COAL, WOOD OR GAS if you would be sure about its being right in every respect- see that it bears the name- "THE BADGE Ol? STOVE QUALITY" THE FlIIlCl"vV3l'l'CI'l CIO. EOUNDRY AND GENERAL omcss, MILWAUKEE, WIS. Write for the name of our Local Agent D0 YOU KNOW THAT Callaghan 6: Co l O F C Hal C A G O IS THE LARGEST GENERAL AW Boolc concern in the world, car- rying practically every Law Book published? Their customers have the advantage of selecting from a stock of over 3 Miles of Law Books Enough said-don't BUY, SELL or EXCHANGE without first getting their prices. Catalogue on request. MEN LIKE imbel Clothes Fidelit Trust HART, SCHAFFNER 6: MARX ARE OUR TAILORS Clothlng of such a national and international reputation for Quill ity, Service and Style. The fact that they're All Wool is important- it proves to the wearers by actual experience that all wool is really economical-that while it costs more than cotton mixtures, it's worth more than it really costs :: z: :: The Distinctive Style, the perfect tailor- ing and finish, the attractive patterns and colors, choice fabrics, all go to make them the finest. highest-class clothes made- Complete Lines, S20 to S45 MAN'is pretty safe who buys Company Trust Matters of All Kinds. Savings and Time Deposits. Bonds and Investment Securities. Mortgage and Collateral Loans. Real Estate and Properties Managed, Leased or Sold. Insurance of All Kinds. Safety Deposit and Storage MVaultsM.....- GIMBEL BROTHERS, NllLWAUKEE,WlS. Wells Building, MILWAUKEE H .K,. A -..,. ,.k. if-siliiwifi'iiziwrsihrii-1s1.ss we-:I ',,'.4:-X, s Y al 'iv' xl 'ez-3 5 in C 1 9 1 1 ,IW K . . ' 1 - . "-I-1 5 :: 'r IZV .'2-iHii'M WlSCONSIN'S LEADING PIANO HOUSE Represents the Finest and Strongest Line of PIANGS In the World o , t an way 5 Esfaiazfrsizifd I - "The Steinway" Evereii -L , sryyi r as Hamid ..,, . e Jeweii 'A" LY RA 1 The "Gram- Richtsteigu A High-Grade Pro- duction of our own factory in Milwaukee. Steck Wheelock Weber Si.a,f..sa..f ' Pianoia Pianos 207-209 GRAND AVENUE WHY DO WE ADVISE YOU T0 G0 TO THTQVMAS PORTRAIT TAKEN? BECAUSE He turns out ,nothing but first-class work. There isrsomething original about his work. He is not satisfied till you are satisfied. His rates are right. He is obliging to all who call on him. He has done most ofthe Badger work and has done it so as to satisfy all concerned. Call and see him yourself and we will guarantee that you will be more than satisfied. Let this be a letter of introduction from us to CARL THOMAS 26 West Mifflin Street V4 ,.,,.. .,.,..,,.. 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Circulation, 17,021 gOnly German Morning Paper in Cityb Sonntags-Post, . . .y ....V . . 4. lCirculation, 43,706 f0nly German Sunday Paper in Cltyj CIERMANIA-HEROLD ASSOCIATION . . . . . . . . . Circulation, 108,166 Weekly Haus-, u. Bauernfreund, . . . Circulation, 103,577 QGernm,n Fa rm .lournnly Weekly Deutsche Warte, .,.... Circulation, 22,000 Weekly Die Rundschau, ...... Circulation, 25,000 GERMANIA PUBLISHING COFIPANY Above well-known papers practically cover the most desirable German territory in the Union. Advertisers who wish to cover Milwaukee, and mail order advertisers who are after the German trade of the United States. particularly of the great Northwest, can do so profitably with this great German list. Sample copies and lowest advertising rates promptly The Germania Publishing Co., Milwaukee,Wiis. S54 O .l W Q ., ,.sss, , g L f W 43: , nta,, fk,, , , FoR Two GENERAT1oNs Jenkins Bros. Valves have been acknowl- edged the hrghest grade valves ever made. 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The foremost Electrical journal of the world. Covers the entire electrical art and industry. ENGINEERING RECORD-Weekly, 53.00 a Year. The leading Civil Engin e e ring journal of America. Covers Municipal Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Railway Civil En gin eerin g, Bridge and Structural Engineering, Power Plants, Public Works, etc. , ELECTRIC RAILWAY JOURNAL-Weekly, 33.00 a Year. The accepted authority everywhere on the Construc- A tion, Operation, Maintenance and Management of Electric Railways. SPECIAL RATES T0 STUDENTS SEND FOR FREE SAMPLE comes V NICCIRAW PUBLISHING COMPANY A 239 West 39th Street. NEW YORK ' 551 A , , . . , . .1 - ., ,. ghxlq. .,..N , , Q , g , - , , ., ,.' .- -, - ,I -1- ,gf 4 -1-g,.f:l::.. -5,-41, -1-:ga fl:-32 f -'ff X A 1 my '- 1:1 4, U , ,, x 5 8, 0 1 5 fa -'Eb'f':5:E'- 5:1-mu:--Q-,,.,' 2117- , .11 W. ff' "0 X14 . 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N ' 1 J I i 1 I E 1 I 1 l J I V M-Y WM AY - 'Z' 'IEEE FREN? S w DESIGNERS, PRHNTERS, EMBUSSFERS 42? STATE STREET, MADISUN, WISCUNSHN ERWIN H. KOCH, Mgr. . W , V . .i H f- i 'l 1 ' 5,,..,.,,L x E l V , if " 1 - ., JM".-J. L . H 7 '.' X ' ' l f ri '. W . . " - Y , ,V V N f ....s. Ae.....-..ef-e, ...-.,., "Hr -"'lr'vmiN -'tf..xI.:.. A 7w4:f.fW'-fafiw frenz.-'.,f:2 l- ' wsl id-1115419 5 .3 5' .6Pf--. " ' ,X: THE SORORI'1'Y VIEW LUNCH CAR BEN FRANK 'ladies Phone 2154 A We as University Ave. Gentlemen 300 glock ZUFIUIV DIEASUR ING TAPES Are the choice of every experienced engineer. The harder the test, the better their showing. rfffgzff-'A11v,P0z.e'6'a SAGvINAYN', MICH., U. S. A. KVINDE-OR. CAN NRSV Yornc LONDON, ENG. 1' ' l A HT mum SEND Fon SOLD 7" ' " ' Evxznvwuimls 1 l llll Xwwxfv W"Qs:I:'sb"'flfINfR' gt Nike, --seg, .. . 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If so, which one is this ? They are located at 319 State Street and on the corner of Pinckney and King Streets. Our Shining Parlors are for Ladies and Gentlemen. We have a separate compart- ment for ladies-special attention given to ladies. We call for Shces and deliver, and also do Shoe Repairing. Our motto is to do good work, and we employ nothing but expert boot blacks. We carry a full line of Shoe Dressings and Laces to sell to the trade. Watch for our red cart in the University district, which brings in the shoes off the feet to be shined and repaired. A DERSEN BROS., --l PRoPR1EroRs ---- WHICH ONE IS THIS? P. S.-XPHQRZAFQNQSQ TELEPHONE 2036 The First National Bank GF MADISON, WISCGNSIN No.l44 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Capital and Surplus, . . . S200,000 Interest Paid on Time Certificates of Deposit. This Bank solicits the accounts of firms, individuals and corporations. Every effort is made to give cus- -l tomers prompt and efficient service 1 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: A F. PROUDFIT, P e dent. FRANK G. BROWN. WAYNE RAMSAY, Cashier nt n FULLER, vi 1 '4ll6IliJ. HALLE STEENSLAND M. C. CLARKE, Assistant casnie R. M. BASHFORD , JAMES E. MOSELEY 4 562 Page - at-ff Q ' . . . . .. ., Y 'fx-IN ' If A I , . , -pf, 'Q' ' ,g . '. . , A . EI.. 5l4,,,w :JI - " H'-:g:3'E"f:?-f':?f mg' ' -. ,. ' . ' -' ,mf-fzcaf. w--5.1-a1.,a.seam.4 . af- . W- ' .au ., Nwaezwm w.,,,:. era se. wss lsisxf.. 4,--wee-..S eh .4 We U . Lp, Acacia ......... 178 Advertisements ......... Agriculture. College of. Agricultural Society. U. Alpha Chi Omega. ..... Alpha Chi Sigma ....,. Alpha Delta Phi ....... Alpha Gamma Delta... Alpha Phi .......... Alpha Sigma Phi... Alpha Tau Omega. . . Alpha Xi Delta .... Alpha Zeta ....... Alumni Magazine .. Aquatics ......... Athenae . ......... . Athletics, Boox lV. .. Athletics, Home ..... Athletic Association Badger Board . ..... . Delta Delta. . . Sigma X1 . .... . ...... Badger Rowing Club... Band, University . . . Bardeen, Charles R. Baseball, Review ot Baseball Team ........ Basket Ball Season.. . . . Basket Ball Team ...... Beta Gamma Sigma .... Beta Theta Pi ....... Birge, Edward A.. .. Bronze Key ....... Caduceus . . . Cardinal .. Castalia .... Chi Omega ........... Chi Psi .............. Page 318 . . . 515-566 17 li'::z:':174 Season .... Chicago-Wisconsin Truck Chicago Game Scenes. .. Civil Engineering Societ Classes, Book II ....... Class Societies ........ Clubs ................ College Life, Book Ill.. Comencement, 56th Anni Commercial Club ...... Conference Meet ...... Consumers' League .... 5521121 ui-11211: - 383 340 305 391 371 329 321 387 406 183 238 164 189 229 189 ' ' ' 424 45s 19 212 213 224 225 403 257' . . . 8 . . . 415 453 181 170 379 265 218 199 428 25 Meet. . 411 421 127 25 438 220 450 206 Crew, Review of Season .... .. Crew, 'Varsity ........ Cross Country ........ Daniells' Club .. Dedication . .... . Delta Alpha ...... Delta Delta Gamma . .... . . Delta Kappa Epsilon. . . Delta Tau Delta ..... Delta Upsilon ..... Dixie Club . .... . Dlftlmil. . ......... Edwin 4 Booth Club ..... Engineering, College of. Engineer's Club, U. W. Engineefs Minstrels English Club ......... Equal Sulfrage League . Extension Department . 208 222 436 . . 5 31:1 375 350 313 277 273 452 129 . . . 138 14 430 144 440 446 20 14.4.1.4 YN- x 4 S. 53 gn A Page Faculty, The ........... . . 8 Mortar Board U , Fencing Club ........... . . 441 - Music , , .......... h ' ' Final Oratorical Contest... .. 161 Music, School of .... Football, Review of Season ..... 194 Musical Clubs ..... . Football Team ............... 196 Mystic Circle ,.,,.,,,, , Football, lndividual Writeups.. 200 lra 1- 'u ., B 1 V .......... 2' . . F1'at21'gitig3. l'1?gtessional ..... gg?t112E,mgi.t5E0Qf Ifagulty ""' Fraternities. Honorary .... .. 397 Nu Al 11.1 Hoa outestm' f'rate1'nitEy lfiaseball ...... .. 236 D ' ' """ """' ' ' T'1""" 'l'g... ..2' 1-1-hilt-Hifi Ceiiinliii .. ., 223 355-,Egg 333 gggggg- -S5e,lg653- bk Pres iman ' ass . . . . . 122 , , 7 ' fwesilman CVGW H H 211 Order of the Books ..... ,. .. Pres iman Dec. .......... . . 163 . Freshman Football ....... . . 230 1311! Alpha POUR- - - - Freshnlan-Sophomore Meet .... 232 i'ilg251I,g2:ll-- - - - - X11 pa.. . . Gamma Phi Betta ............. 359 Ph! Delta 12111 ----- Geological Club .............. 449 1211! Delta- Theta ---- Gerrnanistische Gesellschaft .... 447 1,111 Gamma Delta- -- Girls' Glee cum .....,........ 15:1 11-4 1221191921 PS1 ------ cnee Club ..........,.... ., 150 Ifhl MDPH 315511121 ---- - Gymnastic Team . . . . 227 I 112 Lamb? UPSHOH- - - - Gymnasium Drill .. . . 240 E?1g??g3gt?Ei -- - - - - - - 1-1111-esfoot Club .. .. 134 gLfllffgl21Cipgi-e--R6--it-11. azing . ............ .. 121 3 N gil 11 Hesperia .... ......... .. 166 5119551 I-he - -T- - - - -- llolstein-Fresian Club ........ 434 ,less Club- LnW91'S1f5'- -- ll'ome liegrattas ........ ,,.... 2 34 1,5685 cg-lub' WOTUQIYS- -- I-lonorary Societies, Book VII. . 397 g?gfS.ETDf 17103111 S- - - - s .......... lnfloorGBclay Carnival ......... 221 Plfhlil ------ ------ nner 'ate ............. .... 4 14 Inter'Class Basketball ........ 4 237 Red D01lllll0 Club.. ...... .. Inter-Class Baseball ......... 5 233 HQSQINS. BO2ll'fl ot ......... iutcer-Collegiate mimi-es . ...... 159 Heerellfs and Faculty. Book I Inter-Literary Society Baseball. Rlcllllfds- H111'1'y S -------- lnter-Class Swimming ........ 238 Regllllellt, T116 . ...... .... Inter-Class Trac-k Meet ........ 231 Hegllllelilfill OiTiCGI'S International Club . ........... 422 R0Lll'ld,T2lb1B .U ...... . Inter--Sclmlastic 'ri-ack 111-ei .. 'W' Rocky Mountalu Club. .. . . -.m.. Inter-Scholastic Basketba ll Tour- nament .................. 237 Iron Cross ............. .... 4 ll Janitors . .... .. 125 Japan Trip ......... . . 191 .Toint Debate ......... . . 153 .Tunior Class, Oflicers .... .. 116 Junior Play ......... .. 132 .Tunior Ex. ......... .. 162 Junior Prom. ........ .. 118 Kappa Alpha Theta ...... .. 363 Kappa Kappa Gamma .... .. 351 Kappa Phi Gamma ...... .. R46 Kappa Sigma .......... .. 293 Law, College of. ............ 16 Letters and Science. College ot. S Literature, Book IX. .......... 461 Mandolin Club ...... .. 150 May Fete ............ . . 249 Mechanical Engineers . . . . . 431 Medicine, College of ...... .. 19 Mendota Rowing Club .... .. 425 Military Department .. .. .. 455 Mining Club, U. W .... .. 448 Minnesota Game .... .. 198 Mouastics . .......... .. 413 S64 . Bush, The . .......... H Russell, I-larry L ...... . Scabbard and Blade ....... 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