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THE »i .;- , BflDQEK NIMETEEN MVNDRE.D AND twe.lv . 7 . V ; ' -■4 ■• ' :N WISCONSIN ' .- r - " ■ ' ' ■smM -n - ■■■AS. ' . ;,1 ■ ' " u- ■■-411 ' .. 1. tt ■, ' -v. . :Mi« , " 3- ' !.; ' !V ' ilP ■ ' .■•if ' i, .V ' . " - ' vi.;.-. ' . ' ,i.v;fMrK ' ' ' . ' ' ' - ' .. ' -v ' ' - : « n; " m ■.m ' i ' i " Vita Ifiiieteeii Ha ijdped ai I. YIM lODI at the - - - - - - :3 Volume ¥uJ§rit|;-si AIoKRlS lldtKKli MiTCIIKLL Editor Samuel Burton Groom Business Manager Edwin Charles Alistin . George Davis Bailey . . Roger Kingslev Ballard Lloyd George Bleyer . Marc Boguslawsky . . William Karl Braasch Mary Martha Wallace Bunnell Francisco Marcos Cardenas Mildred Harriett Carson Gaylord Jones Case . . Harold Sutor Crosi;v Willard Edward Farnham Dana Jerome Hogan . . Lorna Hooper .... Ada Hopkins .... Claude Earl Hdwaijd Frank Jenks .... Flint Jones Halbert Leopold Kadish Bertha Kitchell . . . Pete Charles Kolinsky Ake Mortimer Levitan . 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Ex-C)fticio STATE .AT L.XRGE lii.iiKKT E. Sr.ANrAX Mikvaukce llii Kii Ft. .-ttkiiismi Charles T k h. rii V. Charles P. Carv . llR. G W. I). C()XGRESSIOX. L DISTKICT.S First District -A. J. Horlick Second District T. E. Brittingham .... Third District J. W. Martin Fonrth District Theodore AL H.ammoxd . . Fifth District James F. Trottman .... Si.xth District Miss Elizapeth Waters . . Seventh District Dr. Edward Evans .... Eighth District Irs. Florence G. Bickstaff Ninth riistrict E. .A. Edmonds Tenth District G. D. Jones Eleventh District A. P. Xelson Boarti of IPisitors (HM-tM-s F. La.mi; Cliiiinnau ST.ATE AT LARGE E. fxAv Stevens Madison S. Y. Gillan Mihvaukee Ch. rles B. Roi.ers Ft. Atkinson First District M. E. Walkkr .Second District Chas. F. L. Mr. Third District Jane Llovd-Jones Fonrth District Clarke M. Roseni r.nntz Fifth District H. C. Schranck Sixth District Fred C. Clausen Seventh District John Brindley Eighth District Rose C Swart inth District Thomas H. R ' iax Tenth District Charles C. Parlin Eleventh District H. H. Gk. ( e Racine Madison Gotliain ' auu. atosa Milwaukee Fond du Lac La Crosse Oshkosh Afflcton Wausau Grantsbur i Racine Madison Hillside Milwaukee M ikcaukee Horicon La Crosse Oshkosh Affleton Wausau Suferior •aDtljfr flDff icrrs H. C. lif.MiHS, llnsiness Maiunicr of the t iiii-eisily. Maurice Erve McCaffrey, Secretary of the l e(ieiits. LrciEN J. PicKARTS, 4 A 0, Bursor. W ' lLLiAM Dixon Hiestand, Secretary of the l ' ni-; ' crsity. Sccrct.iry Arthur Peahodv, T B n, Sufervisino .Ircliilect. B. S., University of Illinois, i88j. Albert Wilson McConnell, Suf erintendcnt ot ItuiUluui. :iiid (,ri Edna F. Fewson, Purchasing Agent. Walter McMynn ,Smith, A T, Librarian. B. S., Uni (rsit iif Wisconsin. |8()0. if the l- ' acnltv. Slliministcation College of Letters and Science, and Professor of Zoology. A. B.. Williams College. 1873; A. M.. Williams College. 1876; Ph. D.. Harvard University, 1S78: Sc. D.. Pittsburgh Universit -. 1897; LL. D.. W illiams College, n o. . Charles Elmer Ali.ex. A Y. «! B K, i H. Professor of Botany. B. S., University of Wisconsin. 1891 ; Ph. D., University of Wisconsin. 1004. Katherine Allen, A r, .Assistant Professor of Latin. B. L., University of Wisconsin. 1887; I ' ll. I).. I ' niversity of Wisconsin. 1898. Harrv Kexdall Bassett. Assistant Professor of Liiglisli. B. S., Columbia University, 1907; I. A., University of Wisconsin. 1910. Arthur Be. ttv, Assistant Professor of English. B. A., University of Toronto. 1893; Ph. D.. Columbia University, 1897. Eliot Blackwelder, B M n. ::s H. Associate Professor of Geology. A. B., University of Chicago. 1901. ' illard CiRosxenok Ih. i: er. A ' . A A. .L ' ;sistant Professor of .lournalisni. B. L., University of ' isconsin. 1899; XL I... I ' niversity of " isconsin. 1898; Ph. D., University of Wisconsin. 1904. Hovv. RD Stanley I ' iKistoi,, ii X. .L ' :sistant Pirector Forest Products Laboratory. Ph. B., " S ' ale University. ii)02; Ph. D.. ' ale L ' niversity. kk .t- ■ RALPfi Starr Butler. Assistant Professor of Ihisiness . Idniinistratioii. A. B., University of Michigan. i()04. Willl m 1!. Cairns. A Y. Assistant Professor of .American Literature. A. P.. L ' nixersity of Wisccmsin. i8c)0: Ph. 1).. L ' niversity of iscnusin. i8()7. Barry Cerf, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. B. A., Universitv of California. T ' )02: Ph. D.. llar ;inl L ' niversity, 1908. anministration Wayland JoHNSdX CiiASK. A Y. AssociiUc Professor of History. A. j I.. Brown L ' niversit -. 1889. Victor Coffin, Jssisfaiif Professor of Hiiropraii Uisforv. A. B., Dalhousie College. 1887: T ' h. D.. Cornell University, 18.,,:;. John Rochrs Commons. Professor of Political Ecoiioniy. A. B., Oberlin College, 1888; A. M., Oberlin University, i8i;o. George Carv Comstock, Director of H ' aslibiini Obserz ' atory ; Director of the Graduate School : Professor of .istroiioijix. Ph. P.., University of Michigan, 1877: LL. B., Universitv of ' isconsin, 1883; LL. D.. Univer.sity of lllinuis, 1907: Sc. D., Universitv of lichi- gan. n)oj. John ' illiam Cunliffe, Professor of lliuilish. B. A., Liniversity of London. 18N4; AI . A., University of London, 1886; D. Lit.. Univer.sity of London, i8o, ' ILLIAM " iLLARD Daniels, liuierittis Professor of Chemistry. B. S.. Michigan Agricultural College, 1804; I L S.. Michigan Agricultural College. 1867: .Sc. D.. Michigan Agricultural College, 1898. Alfred Ltivvis Pinnf.o Dennis, Professor of I:iirofeaii History. A. B.. Princeton University. i8o ' i; Tli. I).. Columliia Universitv, iQoi. RoLLiN Henrv Di ' .nniston. ::■ a E. i H. (-) H, .Issistaiit Professor of Botany. Ph. G.. University of Wisconsin. i8()7: P,. . ' .. University of ' isconsin, 1899; Ph. D.. University of Wisconsin. 1004. Thomas Heruert Dickinson, .- T Q, .Issociate Professor of English. Ph. P... Ohio State Uni ersit -. 180 ' ): A. .M., Columbia University, 1900; Ph. 1).. L ' niversity of Wisconsin. 1906. Roi ' .i-.RT ]{lkin Neil Dodoi:. .issistaiit Professor of Eiiglisli. A. B.. Harvard L ' niversity. i88(); A. M.. Harvard L ' niversity. 1891. LiNNAECS W ' .WLANi) 1 )( j L I NO, i A E, ii H, .-Issistaiit Professor of Mathematics. Ph. D.. Clark University. 181)5. Gi ' .oKOE W ' oLi ' RuLi-.K. Director of the Pef ' artiiieiit nf Physical Traiiiinij: Professor of Physical Education. C. T ' ... Pennsvlvania Military College, 1885. EiiwARi) C ' nAKLi:s I ' j.LioTr. ' I ' K . Director of the Course for the Training of Teachers: Professor nf Education. I ' ,. Sc. L ' niversitx of Xeliraska. 1805; M. A.. L niversit)- t_if Xebraska, 1897; Ph. D.. Colunibi.i L ' niversity. I )(_i5. James Claidi-: Iu.som. Professor of Physical Trainiiic . M. 1).. Medical College of ' irginia. 188.,. 3timinietration Richard Thicodore Ely, A A 4 , B K, Professor of Political Economy. A. B.. Columbia University. 1876; A. M.. Columbia University, 1879; Ph. D., Heidelburg University. 1S79; LL. D.. Hobart College. 1892. Marshall Blakemore Evans, B ® n. Associate Professor of German. B. A., Boston University, 1896; Ph. D., Bonn University, 1002. Richard Fischer, 2 H, A X 2, Professor of Chemistry. Ph. C. University of Michigan, 1892; B. S., University of Michigan. 1894; Ph. D., University of Marburg, 1900. Carl Russell Fish, B n, B K, Professor of American History. A. B.. Brown University; A. M. Harvard University; Ph. D., Harvard University. George Converse Fiske, A Y. Associate Professor of Latin. A. B., Harvard University, 1894; A. M., Harvard L ' niversity. 1897; Ph- D-, Harvard University, 1900. John Charles Freeman, A A J , Emeritus Professor of Enijlish Literature. A. B., University of Michigan. 1868; A. M.. University of Alichigan. 1871 ; B. D., Union Theological Seminary. 1872 ; LL. D., University of Chicago. 1880. William Dodge Frost. 2 =, Associate Professor of Bacteriology. B. S., L ' niversity of Michigan. 1893; - S.. University of Minnesota, 1894; Ph. D.. University of Msconsin. 1903. Caleb Allen Fuller, 2 S, Assistant Professor of Bacteriology. A. M.. Bro vn L niversity, 1900; Ph. D.. Brown University, 1903. Otis Amsden Gage. A a i . B K, 2 H. Assistant Professor of PJiysics. Ph. B., University of Rochester, 1899; Ph. D.. Cornell University, 1910. Lucy Maria G.w, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. B. L.. University of isconsin. 1882. William Frederick Geise. 2 A E. ! B K, .-Issuciate Professor of Romance Languages. A. B.. Harvard University. 1889; A. M., Harvard l ' ni ersity. 1890. Stephen Warren Gilm. n, $ a , Professor of Business Administration. LL. B., Universit} ' of " isconsin. i8:jij. Scott Holl. nd Goodnight. K 2. Assistant Professor of (ierman. B. S., Eureka College. 1898; 11. A.. Eureka College, moo; Ph. D.. Univer- sity of ' isconsin. 1905. Edward Mekri. m Gkifi-t tii. a Y. State I ' orester and Lecturer in Eorcstry. Rokert a. Harper. Professor of Botany. A. B.. Oberlin College, 1886; A. M., Oberlin College. 1889; Ph. 1)., Bonn University, 1896. II Sfimintetration Walter Wilson Hart. I B K, Assistant Prtifcssur of Matlicinatics. A. B.. University of Chicago. i8i)i. ViNTAN Allkx Charli:s Hexmox, 5 =. t B K. .Issociatc Profissor of Education. A. B.. Bethany College. 1895: A. M.. I ' .ethaiiy College. 1899: Ph. D.. Colum- bia L ' niversity. Alexander Benno RrDnLi ' ii Hihilfeld. Professor of Gcnnau. Ph. D.. University of Leii)zig. 1888. Samuel Jackson Holmes. Assistant Professor of Zoology. B. S.. University of California. 1893: M. . .. L ' nixersity of California. 1804; Ph. D., University of Chicago. 1807. Frank Gavlord Hui ' .bard. X ! ' . 1 B K. Professor of the Pnc lisli Laiujitagc. A. B.. Williams College. 1880: Ph. D.. Johns Hopkins University. 1887. Leonard Rose Ingersoll. I B K, 2 H. Associate Professor of Physics. B. S., Colorado College. 1902: Ph. D.. University of Wisconsin, 1905. Cyril Jansk ' i ' . Associate Professor of lllectrica! Pnijineering. A. B., ' alparaiso University. 1891 ; P . S,, L ' ni ersity of Michigan. 1904. Joseph Jastrow. $ B K. 5 H. Professor of Psychology. A. B.. Universitv of Pennsvlvania. 1882; A. M.. Unixersitv of Pennsvlvania, 1885; Ph. D. ' . Johns Hopkins University. 1880. Louis Kahlenberg. 5 H. Director of the dmrse in L ' heinistry, and Professor of Chemistry. B. Sc, Universitv of Wisconsin. 1892; M. .Sc. University of Wisconsin, 189 : M. A.. Universitv of Leipzig. i) : Ph. I)., Universitv of Leipzig, 1895. Frederick Thomas Kelly. Assistant Professor of Hebrcze and Hellenistic Greek. B. S.. Uni ersit - of Wisconsin. i8(;i ; T ' h. 1).. L niversity of Chicago. IQOI. Alexander Kerr, llmeritus Professor of tlie GreeL- Laiignage and Literature. A. B.. Beloit College. 1855: A. .M.. Beloit College. 1858. John Louis Kind, a T a. ' I B K. Assistant Professor of German. A. B.. University of Nebraska. 1889: A. .M., University of Nebraska, 1901 ; Ph. D., Columbia I ' niversity. 190O. Edward Kremi;ks, a " . Director of the Course in I ' harinacy. and Professor of Pharmaceutical ( hemistry. Arthur Gordon Laird. . T n. Associate Professor of Greek and Com[ arative Philology. P.. A.. Dalhousie College. 1889: Ph. D.. Cornell L ' niversity. i8 ' )i. Henry Burroughs Lathrop. I B K, Associate Professor of English. A. P... Harvard I ' niversitv. i88i . 12 aoministration Charles Kenneth Leith, A X 2i, S H. Acacia. Professor of Geology. B. S., University of Wisconsin, 181 7 ; Ph. D., University of Wiscon sin, 1901. Victor Lenher, Acacia, A X 2:, ii H, A A, Professor of Chemistr . Ph D., University of Chemistry. 1898. William Ellery Leonard, B n. Assistant Professor of English. A. B.. Boston Univer.sity, 1898; A. M., Harvard University, 1899: Ph. D., Columbia University, iq04. Chester Lloyd-Jone.s, 2 a E, H, ! B K, Associate Professor of Political Science. B. L., University of Wisconsin, 1902; Ph. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1906. RoLLO Lu " erne Lvman. 2 X, Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory. A. B., Beloit College, 1899. Howard Lee McBain, A T fJ, Associate Professor of Political Science. A. B., Richmond College. 1900: A. M.. Richmond College, 1901: A. M., Columbia University, i )05: Ph. D., Columbia Universitv. 1907. Ralph McCoy, ATA, Caf tain Fifth L. S. Infantry: Professor of Military Sci- ence and Tactics. Evander Bradley McGilvary, K . , Professor of Philosof hy. A. B., Davidson College, 1884: A. M., Princeton University, 1888; Ph. D., University of California, 1897. William George Marqcette, Assistant Professor of Botany. Ph. G., Northwestern University, 1899; B, Sc, Universitv i f Wisconsin, 1903 ; Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, 1907. William Stanley Waksii.m.i.. l Y, Associate Professor of Entmnology. B. S., Swarthmore College, 1888: Ph. D., University of Leipzig, 1892, Lawrence Martin, 2 E, Assistant Professor of Physiography and Geography. A. B., Cornell University. 1904; A. M., Harvard L niversity, 1906. Max Mason, Y. 5 H, V A, Professor of Mathematical Physics. B. L., University of Wisconsin, 1898; Ph. D., University of Goettingen, 1903. Abby Shaw Mayhew, Assistant Professor of Physical Training. Warren J. Mead, 5 N. 2 E. .Issistant Professor of Geology. B. S., University of Wisct)nsin, 1906: . . M., L ' niversity of ' isconsin, 1908. Walter E. Meanwell, X, Assistant Professor of Physical Tdncation. M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 19CK). Charles Elwoou Mendkniiai.i.. 4) B K. 2 H, Professor of Physics. B. S., Rose Pohtechnic Institute. i8()4; Ph. D.. ]n m- lloiikins Universitv, 1898. Balthasak Henry Micver, Professor of Political Tcoiiiuny. and Chair)nan of the Wisconsin Railroad Coinniissioii. B. 1... University of Wisconsin, 1894: Ph. I)., l ' niversity of Wisconsin, 1897. 13 anminiettation Dana Chaki.hs Mr Ri: . A I , B K, Frofcssur of liiiropran History. A. M., I ' irown L ' niver• itv. iSi)0. Julius Ejiil Olson. Y, Professor of Scaiidiiun-iaii Language and Literature. B. L., University of W isconsin, 1884. M. ' iN(.ENT O ' SiiiiA. Professor of F.ducation. B. L., Cornell University, 1892. James Bertram Overtun, 2 H. Assistant Professor of Botany. Ph. B., L ' niversity of Michigan. 1804; Ph. D.. University of Chicago. 1901. Edward Thomas Owen. 2 E. 4 W " I . V. Professor of French and Linguistics. Ph. D., Yale University. 1900. Frederick Logan Paxson. Professor of American History. P . . ' .. University of Pennsylvania. 1898; A. M., Harvard Uni ersity. 1902; I ' ll. D., University of Pennsyl -ania, 1903. Edward Peokosch. Assistant Professor of German anil Conifaratiz ' c Philologv. Ph. D.. L ' niversity of Leipzig. 1905. Jami£s Francis Augustine P ' ke, B IT. Associate Professor of English. B. L.. University of Wisconsin. 1892; Ph. D.. Universit}- of Wisconsin. 1897. Benjamin jNIcKie Rastall, I F A, B K. Associate Professor of Business Adtninistration. Ph. B., Colorado College, 1901 ; A. ! L, Colorado College. 1903: Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, 1905. ] L 2VCK Porcher Raxenal. a T Q. a JI P a. Professor of Bacteriology; Director of the Hygienic Laboratory. M. U.. Medical College of . ' outh Carolina. Louis Fiikiiart Rei;er, I K E. I K J ' , 2 H. Director of the i ' niz ' crsity L.vtension Dii ' ision. B. S., Pennsylvania State College, 1880; AL S., l ' ennsyl -ania State College, 1884; D. Sc, Pennsylvania State College, 1908. Frank (Jtis Reed, A V. I B K. .Lfsistant L rofessor of Romance Languages. A. B., Amherst College, i8c_)9; A. AL, Harvard University. i(;04: Ph. D,. Harvard L " niversity, 1905. Paul S. muel Reinscii, a T. Professor of Political Science. A. B., Universitv of Wisconsin, i8i;2; LL. B.. L ' niversity of Wisconsin. 181)4: Ph. D.. University of A ' isconsin. 1808. Frederick ' illia:m Roi:. A A ' 1 . ! H K. Chairman of Freshman .Ulvisers. and Assistant Professor of F.nglish. A. Pi.. Weslevan University. 18(17; A. M.. Columbia University. i 04; Ph. I).. Columbia I ' niver-ity. 1909. 14 SUminiBtration Edwin Carl Lother Clemens Roeddicr. |) U K. Associate Professor of German Philology. A. B., Grand Ducal Gymnasium, ISaden, i8gi ; A. B.. I ' niversitv of Michigan, 1893; A. M., University of Michigan, 1894; I ' h. D., L ' niversitv i.f Mich- igan. 1898, Edward Alsworih Ross, B K, I V A, Professor of Socioloc v. A. B.. Coe College, 1886: Ph. D., Johns Hopkins L ' niversitv, 1891. Edward Bunker Schlatter, K K K, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. A. B., Dartmouth College, 1903; A. M., Har ' ard University, 1904; Ph. D,, University of isconsin, 1909. WiLLL- M AiiAS. Scott. A A I . Director of the Course in Connnerce. ami Pro- fessor of Political Econoniw B. A.. University of Rochester. 1886; A. M.. Universitv of Rochester, 1887; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins L ' niversity, 1892. George Clark Sellekn , A Y, 4 B K. Professor of European Histor . A. B., University of Toronto, 1897: I ' ll. I).. University of Chicago, 1901. Frank Chapman Sharp, X J , I B K.Professor of Philosophy. A. B., Amherst College, 1887: Ph. I).. I ' niversity of lierlin. 1892. Grant Showerman, Professor of Latin. A. B., University of ' isconsin, 189(1; A. AL, University of W isconsin, 1897; Ph. D.. L ' niversity of isconsin, 1900. Ernest Brown Skinner. B m II. 5 E. Associate Professor of Mathematics. A. B.. Ohio State P ' niversity. 1888; Ph. D., University of Chicago. 1900. Moses Stephen Slauc.htek. a K E, $ B K. Professor of Latin. A. B., DePauw University, 1883; Ph. D.. Johns Hopkins I ' niversity. 1891. Charles Sumner Schluter. i X. I B K. i =.. Professor of Applied Mathematics. B. S., Northwestern University. 1885; M. .S.. Northwestern I ' niversity, 18S7. Charles Forster Smith. X ' I ' . Professor of Greek and Classical Philology. Ph. D.. I.ei])zig University. 1881 ; LL. D., University of Arkansas. 1910; LP. D.. W ' offord College, 1910. Hugh A. Smith, B K, Professor of F omance Languages. A. P... P niversit - of Alissouri. iNc)7; A, M,. I ' niversity of Missouri, 1808. Benjamin ' AK. i■;R Smiw. a ' . i: =. Pr(tfessor of Physics. B. S., Cornell l ' ni ersit . 1SS3; Ph. D.. University of Berlin, 1892. Susan Adklaidi-: .Sterlinc. .Issistant Professor of German. B. L.. University of Wisconsin. 1870: M. P.. University of Wisconsin. 1896. Earle Mei-Vin ' ERR ■. i =.. .Issistant I ' rofessor of Physics. A. B.. University of Micliigan. H)02: .A. M.. L " ni erstty of Wisconsin. 1904; Ph. D.. I ' niversitv of Wisconsin. i )ii . anmintBtration Thomas Klingenberg Uhkdahi.. Professor of Political Economy. B. L., University of ' isconsin, 1891 ; M. L., University of Wisconsin, 1892; Ph. D., University of Wisconsin. 1897. Edward Burr Van ' leck, $ B K, i N m, i =. Professor of Mathematics. A. B., Wesleyan University, 1884; A. AI., Wesleyan University, 1887; Ph. D., University of Gottingen. 1893; LL. D., Clark University, 1909. Ernst Karl Johann Heinrich V ' oss, Professor of German Philology. Ph. D., University of Leipzig, 1893. George Wagner, i B K, :i H, Assistant Professor of Zoology. Ph. C., University of Michigan, 1S93: A. B.. Universitv of Kansas, 1899; A. M., University of Michigan, 1003. James Henri " ALTnN. Jr., Z , ! ' .V Y, S =, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. B. S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1899: Ph. D.. University of Heidelberg, i ; 03. William Leon ' estermann, J a 0. B K. $ H. Associate Professor of History. A. B.. LTniversity of Nebraska, i8()4; A. M.. L niversity of Nebraska, 1896; Ph. D., Berlin L niversit}-. 1902. Ray Hughes ' I1IT ,E ■K. i; H, .Issistant Professor of Physiography and Geography. A. B., Cornell LTniversity. 1901. William Holme ' illiams. Professor of Hebrczc and Hellenistic Greek. A. B., L ' niversity of Wisconsin, 1876. Alexander Newton ' inciiell, f V A. I R K, 2 S, Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology. B. S., L ' niversity of Minnesota, 1896; M. S., L ' niversity of Minnesota. 1897; D. Sc, University of Paris, 1900. Henry Chaklics WOlff, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. B. S., University of Wisconsin, 1897; M. S., University of Wisconsin. 1898; Ph. D.. University of Wisconsin, 1908. Edwin Campbf.ll VooLEV. 4 K , Assistant Professor of llnglish. A. B.. University of Chicago. 1898; Ph. D., Columbia University. c)0 . Cora Stran.mian ' (i0DWARn. . 1 , Adviser of iVomen. Karl Youn(;, I B K, Associate Professor of English. A. B., L ' niversity of Michigan, 1901; A. AL. Harvard l ' niversity, 1902; Ph. D.. Harvard LTniversity. 1907. Casimir Douglass Zdanowicz, . T Q, I ' B K, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. A. B.. ' anderbilt Lniversity. 1903; Ph. D.. Harvard University. 1906. 16 anmtniatration Frederick Eugene Turneaure, T B IT, 2 S, Dean of the College of Engineering. C. E., Cornell University, 1889; Dr. Eng., Uni- versity of Illinois, 1907. Murray Charles Beeue, X P. ii H, T B n. Professor of Electrical Engineering. B. S., University of Wisconsin. iSi) " . Edward Bennett, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. E. E., Western University of Pennsylvania. 1897. Charles Frederick Burgess, B @ II. T B II, 2 H, Professor of Chemical En- gineering. B. S., University of Wisconsin, 1895 ; E. E., University of Wisconsin, 1898. Alexander Graham Christie, Assistant Professor of Steam Engineering. B. S., University of Toronto. Duane Fred Crawshaw, I r a, Professor of Manual Arts. B. .S., ' orcester Polytechnic Institute, 189(1; M. E., Worcester Polytechnic Institute. George Jacob Davis, Jr., 2 E, Acacia, .-IssisUuit Professor of Hydraulic En- gineering. C. E., Cornell University, 1902. Frederick William Doolittli:. B m II. T B n. 2 H. .Issistant Professor of Mechanics. B. S., Lenox College; B. A.. Princeton I ' niversity : B. S. C. E., Colorado University, 1907. Francis Thomas Havard, Assistant Professor of Mining Engineering. E. M., Freiburg University. T901. Edwin Chapin Holden, 1 r A. 2 H. Professor of Mining Engineering. B. S., College of the Citv of New York. 1893; E. M., Columbia I ' niversity, 1896. George Albert Hool, .-Issistant I ' rofessor of Stnirtiiral Engineering. B. S., Massachusetts Institute nf ' i ' echnology. 1905. Robert McArdle Kkown. K 2. .L :sislant Professor of .Macliine Design. B. S., University of New Hampshire, ukh. 17 anminiiBtration William Spaulding Kixne, 4 r a, T B II. .-Issistnnt Professor of Stnictitral Engiuccriiui. B. S. C. E.. University of Wisconsin. 11)04. ■ John Givan Davis JMa(. k, 5 =. Professor of Machine Desii n. M. E.. Cornell, 188S. Edward Rosk MArRiiR. ! A O. T B II, Professor of Mechanics. B. C. E., University ni Wisconsin, iSi)o. Damel Webster Mead, T B II, ii H, Professor of Hydraulic and Sanitary En- gineering. C. E.. Cornell L ' niversity. 1884. Adam - n.si-: Millar, .Issistant Professor of Drawing. 11. S., L ' niversity of Illinois, ii ' ) : M. S., Univcrsit - of Illinois, iijoi. Earl:-: Bertram Xhrri.s, l r A, -Ij K I , .-Assistant Professor of Mechanical En- gineering. V . S., Pennsyhania .State College, 1904; M. E.. l ' enns -l ania . " state Colle.ge. ■• iC)o8. William D.wid Tense. . T O. :i H, T B IF. Professor of Railzoay lutgineering. C. F... L ' ni -ersity of Illinois, 181)5. James Da id Phillips. T B II. :i H, Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering. B. S.. Uni ersity of lUinnis, 1803. John Reese Price, T B II. 2 H, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. E. S. E. E., University of ' isconsin, ups. John ' ESLl•:v Siiuster, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. B. S., University of ' isc insin, i8i)(). Leonard Sewall Smith. B w II. i H. .Associate Professor of To ografhic and Geodetic Engineering. B. .S.. Universit ' (if WisciJiisin. iXijo; C. E.. Uni ersitv nf W iscniisin, 181)5. Carl Clapp Thomas. t r A. i H, T B H, Professor of .S ' tcain and lias Engin- eering. M. E.. Cornell Uni ersity, 1805. Halsten Joseph Thorki-lsox, T B II, 2 H, Acacia, .Associate Professor of Steam Engineering. B. S., University of Wiscunsin. i8i)8; M. E., University of Wisconsin, looi. Joseph Henry Wisskueiiler. A T n. 5 =.. .Issistant Professor of .Machine Design. M. E., C)hio .State Universit}-, IQOO, Ja: ii:s W ' i:p.sit:k Watsilx. t) K :£, T I? II. .Issistant Professor of Electrical En- gineering. B. .S., University of Wisconsin, ii)02. Oliver Patterson Waiis. .A A ' I ' . B K. ii H. .Issistant Professor of .Ipplied Electro-Chemist ry. A, F .. Bowdoin College, 1880; Ph. D., L ' niversity of ' isconsin. 1005. Morton C ven W itiii:v, X , B K, T B II, ii H, .Issistant Professor of .Me- chanics. B. S., r);irtniiintli U illege, 1904; C. E.. D.-irtinniith Cnllege, li;05. 18 3limtnietratian Harry Luman Russell, I B K, 5 H, A Z. Dean of the College of Agriculture. Director of JViscou- siii Experimental Station. B. S., University of Wisconsin, 1888: M. S., Uni- versity of Visconsin, 1890; Ph. D.. Johns Hopkins, 1892. Alexander Septimus Alexander, Professor of J ' eteriuary Science. F. H. A. S., Edinburgh, Scotland, 1882; M. D. C, University of Chicago, 1897. Stephen Moi ' lton Bat.cock, © a X, Professor of Agricultural Chemistry; Assistant Director of the Wisconsin F .vperimental Station. A. r... Tufts College, 1866: Ph. D., University of Gottingen, 1870: LI.. D., Tufts College, 1901. GusTAV Henry Benkendorf, Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry. B. S, in Agriculture, University of Msconsin, 1910. Leon J- Cole, Associate Professor of Experimental Breeding. A. B., University of Michigan, 1901 ; Ph. D., Harvard University. ii o6. Edmond Joseph Delwiche, A Z, Assistant Professor of Agronomy. B. S. in Agriculture, University of Wisconsin, 1906; M. S., L ' niversity ot Wisconsin, 1909, Edward Holvoke Farrington, A Z, Professor of Dairy Husbandry. B. S., University of Maine, 1881 ; M. S., University of Maine, " 1882. James Garfield Fuller, A Z, Assistant Professor in Animal Husbandry. B. S. in Agriculture, University of Wisconsin, 1904. Frederick B. Hadley, Acacia, Assistant Professor of J ' eteriuary Science. D, V, M., Ohio State University, 1907. James G. Halptn, Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry. B, S. A., Cornell University, 1905. Edwin Bret Hart, 2 H, Professor of Agricultural Chemistry. B. S., University of Michigan, 1907. Edwin George Hastings, 2 A E, A Z, :£ H. As.wciate Professor of .Igricultural Bacteriology. B. S., Ohio State University, 1898; M. S., University i f Wisconsin, 1899, Kirk Lester Hatch, Assistant Professor of Agricultural I ' .ducation. B, S, in Agriculture, University of Wisconsin, H)cx;. William Arnon Henr ' . ' , Emeritus Professor of .Igriculture. B. Agr., Cornell University, 1880: D. Sc, University of ' ermont. T904; D. Sc, Michigan Agricultural College, 11)07: D. Agr., University of Illinois. 1004. 19 aiiministration Gedrge CiiLxix HiMniREV. A Z, Professor of Animal Husbandry. B. S., Michigan Agricultural College, 1901. Edward Richard J(jnes. A Z, Assistant Professor of Soils. B. Agr.. University of ' isconsin, I ' jos; AI. S.. University of W isconsin, 1908. Lewis Ralph Jones. Professor of Plant Pathohn y. Ph. B.. University of Michigan, 1889; Ph. D.. University of Michigan, 1904; So. D., University of ' ermont, 19 10. Carl Emil Lee. 2 H. Assistant Professor of Dairyiug. B. S.. North Dakota Agricultural College. 1897; j L S.. University of ' is- consin, 1909. Elmer ' erner McCollum. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Chemistry. B. A.. L ' niversity of Kansas. 190, ; ALA.. L ' niversity of Kansas. 1904; Ph. D., Yale University. 1906. James Garfield Moore. A Z. Associate Professor of Horticulture. AL . ' ., Michigan Agricultural College. 1905; AL Hort.. Michigan Agricul- tural College. 1908. Abby Marlatt, Professor of Home Economics. B. S., Kansas State College; M. S.. Kansas State College, 1890. RANSOii Asa Moore,. Professor of Agronomy. Christian Percival Norgord, Assistant Professor of Agronomy. B. .S.. University of ' isconsin. 1906. Charles Albert Ocock. A Z. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering. B. S.. University of Illinois. 1904. Daniel Henry Otis. .Issistaut Dean. College of Agriculture: Professor of Farm Management. B. S.. Kansas Agricultural College, 1892; M. S., Kansas Agricultural Col- lege. 1897. John Langley Sam mis, I A Y, Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry. B. S.. L ' niversity of Illinois, 1897; M. S.. L ' niversity of Illinois. 1899; Ph. D., L ' niversity of A ' isconsin, 1905. James Glossp.rennkr Sanders, a ■, ii H. Assistant Professiir of Economic Ento- mology. Ph. B.. Otterbein Lniversity. 1901 ; M. A.. Ohio State L ' niversity, 1903. Alden Stones. Assistant Professor of Agronomy. Henry Charles Tanlor. Professor of Agricultural Economics. Ph. D.. L ' niversity of Wisconsin. 1902. William Edward Tottingham. K . i A Y. Assistant Professor of Agricul- tural Cliamistry. B. Sc. Massachusetts Agricultural College. 190. : M. Sc. University of A ' isconsin. 1909. Andrew Ror.isoN ' hitson. Professor of .Soils. B, S,. L ' niversity of Chicago, 1894. Fritz Wilhelm Woll, 2 E, Professor of .Agricultural Chemistry. B. S.. L ' niversity of Norway, 18S2: M. S., University of Wisconsin, 1886; Ph. D., L ' niversity of Msconsin, 1904. 20 anminiBtration PnP I RI Sl ' l CiiAKLKS Russell Bardeen, Dean of the Medical ; ,., k. .. I ..■,-■. ,)] School ; Professor of Anatoiiiv. A. B., Harvard University, 1893; M. D., Johns Hopkins, 1807. Bennett Mills Allen, A K E, ® B K, 2 E, r A, Assistant Professor of Anatomy. Ph. B , DePauw University, 1898; Ph. D.. University of Chicago, 1903. Harold Cornelius Bradley, A Y, Assistant Professor of Physiological Chem- istry. A. B., University of CaHfornia, 1900; Ph. D., Yale Universitv. 1905. Wade Hampton Brown, N 2 N, 2 H, Assistant Professor of Pathology. B. S.. University of Nashville, 1899; M. D., Johns Hopkins, 1907. Charles Henry Bunting, B n, N 5 N, A n A, 2 =, Professor of Pathology. B. S., University of ' isconsin, 1896; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1901. Joseph Sprague Evans, A T Q, $ A 2, Professor of Clinical Medicine. B. A., Haverford University, 1895 ; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1899. John Augustine English Eyster, b ( n, II P 2, Professor of Physiology. B. Sc., Maryland Agricultural College, 1899; M. D., Johns Hopkins Uni- versity, 1905. Arthur Solomon Loevenhart, 1 ' K K. 2 =, Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology. B. S., Kentucky State University, 1898; M. S., Kentucky State University, 1899; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1903. Walter Joseph Meek. I l? k, 2 H, . T n, Assistant Professor of Physiology. A. B., University of Kansas, 1902; Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1909. William Snow Miller, 2 H, Acacia. Associate Professor of Anatomy. M. D., Yale University, 1879. 21 gtiminiatration Hexrv Sanger Rkhards. A ! , K X. Dcaii of the College of Lcnv : Professo?- of I.azv ' . Ph. B.. University of Iowa. 1892; LL. B.. Har- vard Law School, 1895 ; LL. D., University of Iowa. 1904. Jairus Ha lin Carpi-:nter. A J . Mortimer .If. Jaeksoii nineritiis Professor of Contracts. A. ' SL. Yale L ' ni er ity. 1874: LL. 1).. L ' niversity of Wisconsin, 1876. Eugene Allen Gilmore. a K E. i B K. " t . a, K X, Professor of Lan ' . A. B., DePauw University. 1893: LL. 1!.. Harvard University. 1899. Burr A " . Jones. I ' ! A , Professor of Laic. A. B.. L ' niversity of ' isconsin. 1870; . . M.. L ' niversity of Wisconsin. 1870; LL. B., L niversity of Wisconsin. 1871. WiLLL M L nderiiill Moore. 2 X. A . $ K X. Professor of Lan ' . A. B., Cohimliia L ' niversity. 1900: A. M.. Cohinil)ia l ' niversity. nK)! ; LL. B., Cdhunliia Uni ersity. 1902. Robert Bruce Smi r. 2 X. ' ! A I . Professor of Lan ' . Ph. B.. L ' ni -ersity of Pennsylvania. 1895. Howard Leslii-: Smii h. B w n. I) a l . Professor of Laze. A. B.. Universitv of W isomsin. 18S1 ; LL. B.. University of W ' i-consin. 1885. ToHN Bell Sant.orn. I A ( . Lecturer in Laze. B. L.. L ' niversity of Wisconsin. i8i;(): M. 1 Pli. D.. L ' niversit - of ' isciinsin. l8w ' ). L ' niversitv of Wisconsin. 1897; cJ)ocil of iftlusic Lours Adolphe Coekne. Adelphic. l A II. Director of the .S ' chool of Music; Professor of History and Scioice of Music. Ph. D., Harvard University, 1905: Miis. D., Olivet. Michigan. 1910. Leland Bovlston Hall. .-Issist. Professor of History of Htsic and Pianoforte. A. B., Harvard University. 1905. Eugene Luening, .-issociate Professor of Music. Fletcher Andrew Parki;r. A 0. Ptiieritus Professor of Music. Graduate in Mu-ic. I ' .o-ton ScIk oI of Mu-ic. 1808. 3Iiminietratian Howard Stanley Bristol. Ph. B., Ph. D.. Director of the Forest Products Laboratory. Born at Meriden. Connecticut, 1881. Graduated from ' ale University in 1002. taking the degree of Pli. B. Remained at Vale as Instructor in Chemistr_v at tlie Sheffield Scientific School till 1905, getting the degree of PIi. D. in 1905. From 1905 till 1910, was the chief wood chemist in the United States Forest Service. The Expert of the X ' ational Conservation Societ}-. Leon Jacob Cole. . . B., Ph. D.. Associate Professor of Experimental Breeding. Born at .Allegheny, Xew York , 1877. Graduated at the Michigan Agricultural Cullege in igoi, getting the de,gree of .A. B. Was assistant Zoologist at Michigan 1901-190J. Was Austin teacher and fellow at Harvard from 1903-1906, where he was chief of the division of Animal Breeding and Patholog ' . In 1906 he received his degree of PIl D. at Harvard. Was connected with the Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station in 1906-1907, and for the next three years was Instructor in Zoology at Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. Frederick Duane Cr.wvshaw, B. S.. M. E., Professor of Manual Arts. Born at St. Paul, Minnesota. 1S74. .Attended ' orcester Polytechnic Institute, getting the degree of B. S. in Electrical Engineering in 1906, and the degree of M. E. in 1910. In 1896-97, Instructor in Manual Training, Central High School. Minneapolis. 1837-03, Instruct- or and Assistant to Director of the Manual .Arts Department, Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, 111. igoj-og. Principal Franklin Scliool, Peoria, III. i()o8-io. .Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering. University of Illinois. Frederick William Doulittle, B. S., E. . .. B. S. C. E., .-Issistant Professor of Mechanics. Born at Hopkinton, Iowa, 1883. Tonk the degree of B. S. at Lenox College in 1904, later attending Princeton, where he received the degree of P.. . . in ]iK 5- In IW7, received the degree of B. S. C. E. at the University of Colorado. In acti e practice during 1907-08. Instructor in Mechanics, L niversity of Illinois, 190S-00. Instructor in Structural Engineering, University of Colorado. 1909-10. George Wim.e Ehler. C. E.. Professor of Physical Education : Director of llie Departinenl of Physical Education, Born at Cincinnati. 1865. Graduated from l ' enns KaiHa .Military College in 1883. Physical Director of the Chicago Y. M. C. - .. 189- ' to i8 )4- Supervi.sor of Physical Educa- tion and School H -,giene. Cleveland. Ohio. Puhlic Schools, 1904-08. Secretary Puhlic .Ath- letic League and Playground .Association. Baltimore, Md.. 1908-10. Memher of Board of Directors, Playground .Association of - merica. .Memher of the Executive Committee Xa- tional Collegiate .Athletic Association. John English Evster. B. Sc, .M. D.. Professor of Physioloyy. Born in .Augusta County, irginia, 1881. .Attended Maryland . gricultural College, get- ting the degree of B. Sc. in 1891). 1899-1001, Graduate Stuilent. Johns Hopkins University, receiving the degree of M. D. in 1905. Graduate Student. I ' liiversity of Freiberg,. ii 35-o6. Instructor in Physiology. Johns Hopkins L ' niversitv, Kioh-oo. ' Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology. University of X ' irginia, 1909-10. aBminiBtration Frederick B. Hadlev. D. " . M.. .Sssislant Professor of I ' clcriiuiry Sciciu-c. Born at Burlington, " e nlont. 1880. Graduated from the Ohio State University with the degree of D. ' . M. in 1907. Instructor in ' eterinary Science, W ' asliington State College, 1907-08, being made Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Surgery the following year. From 1909-10, Assistant Professor of Comparative Anatomy, Ohio State University. Walter ii-SOx Hart. A. E., Assistant Professor of Matliciiiatics. Born in 1879. Attended University of Chicago till 1901, getting the degree of B. A. During the next three years, was a graduate student at University of Chicago, and Instructor of ] Iatheniatics at the University High School, Chicago. 1904-10. head of the Mathematics Department, Shortridge High School, Indianapolis. ViviAX .Allen Henmox, A. B., A. M.. Ph. D. Assoeiate Professor of luiiuatioual Psychology. Born at Centralia, Wisconsin, 1877. .Attended Bethany College, getting the degree of A. B. in 1895, and A. I. in 1899. Scholar and Fellow in Psychology at the University of Columbia, 190.V05. getting the degree of Ph. D. in IQ05. .Assistant, Bethany College, 1898. Instructor in Psychology- at the same place from 1898-00, and for the next five years Pro- fessor of Psychology, at Bethany. Lecturer in Psychology, Columbia University-, 1905-07. From 1907-10, was Professor of Psychology and Education, at the University of Colorado, where he was acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, 1909-10. Chester Llovd Jones, A. B., B. L., Ph. D., Assoeiate Professor of Political Science. Born at Hillside. Wisconsin, 1881. Educated at Hillside Home School, and at Univer- sity of Wisconsin, where he received the degree of B. L. in 190.3. The next year, he was teacher of History atthe Hillside Home School, and returned to ' isconsin. where he was a Fellow, during 1903-04. Fellow at University of Pennsylvania. 1904-05. spending the next year at Universities of Berlin, and Madrid. Received the degree of Ph. D. at University of Pennsylvania in 1096. For the next two years was Instructor in Political Science at the L ' niversity of Pennsylvania, and w as .Assistant Professor at the same place during 1908-10. Howard Lee McBain, B. A., M. A., Ph. D., Associate Professor of Political Science. Born at Toronto, Canada, 1880. .Attended Richmond College, getting the degree of A. B. in 1900, and M. .A. in 1901. Received the degree of M. .A., at the University of Chicago, 1904, and Ph. D., Columbia, 1905. Was .Assistant Principal of the Richmond High School from 1901-04. Instructor in Political Science, 1907-09, and Dean of the College of Political Science, 1909-10, at George Washington University. ' altek Earnest Meanwell, M. D., Director of the .]!eu ' s Cyiiinasiidn ; .Issislant Professor of Physical Education. Graduated from the Baltimore Medical College, with special honors, receiving the degree of M. D. cum Laude. Physical Director of the Juvenile House of Refuge, Glenn Mills, Pa, 1903-05. Loyola College. Baltimore, 1906-08. Supervisor i f .Athletics and Gym- nasium, Public Athletic League, Baltimore, 1908-11. Frederick Logan Paxson. P.. S., Ph. D., . . M., Professor of American History. Born at Philadelphia, 1877. Attended the University of Pennsylvania, w-here he got the degree of B. S. in 1898. Spent the next two years there as a scholar, receiving the degree of Ph. D. in 1903. Received the degree of .A. AI. at Harvard in 1902. Instructor in History, Alichigan Alilitary .Academy, 1899-00, and at Blees Alilitary .Academy, 1900-01. .Assistant Professor of History at the L niversity of Colorado, 1903-04, and Professor of History at the same place from 1904-06. -Assistant Professor nf .-American History at the University of Alichigan since 1906. James Glossbrenner Sanders, Ph. B., A. ' :sistant Profc. ' isor of Economic Entomology. Born at Louisville, Ohio, 18S0. .Attended Buchtel University, 1896-97. and Otterbein University till 1901, where he received the degree of Ph. B. Was a Fellow at Ohio State University, 1904. Has been Expert Bureau Entomologist ' in the United States Dejiartment of .Agriculture since 1905. Thomas Ki.ixgexiierg Urdahl, P.. L., M. L.. Ph. D., Professor of Economics. Born at Madison, Wisconsin, i8( (). . ttended University of Wisconsin, where he graduated with the degree of B. L. in 1891, getting the degree of M. L. in 189- ' , and Ph. D. in 1897. .Attended the University of Berlin from 1897-99- Professor of Political and Social Science at Colorado College from 1901-0S, then going to Washington and Lee University, where he was Professor of Economics till 1910. THE STONE llhM 11 LuVEIi S LAXE 25 1-. I I-:RSITV KRIIM I.AKIC SIIIlRli ALONG THE SHORE 26 SIDl-; dl ' CVM.NASirM 27 iiiRiisi:vi-: ii;w of STi:i(i.i. i; Kii-RT ■ri[i-: LAKi. iiiii;l iii i I 28 UNIVERSITY GROUNDS riiK rrniR i ampi ' s COLLKC.I-: lir AC.KICULTUKI-; GROUNDS 29 3ln Q cmoriam Emily Katherixe Albers, 191 i Norman Philip Curtis, 1904 Paul Herbst Esch. 1913 Prof. John Charles Freeman Edward David Jenner, 1901 Wilder Lawrence. 1913 Mollis Blood Lorenz. 1912 Byron James Martin. 1914 John ' alentine Mulaney. 1902 Peter Henry Sihram, igc6 30 " ' " « -f • : ::r. ' ■■ ' - Lx.- ■ ' : ' .V. y-i; I ' ' V 1312 !e W PBgiT " W,-.-:- ■ ■ .-j S ' ■ J. . ' -y. TT:- ■■ , " V;;?i 1010 Commrnrrmrnl 1900 Brunion 31 1010 Cammrricrmrnt PI ANTING THE IVV TIIK PIPE OF PEACE 32 1910 Commrncrmrnt SENIORS C " (lMMi:XrEMI-:NT I ' KOIT.SSION REGENTS — COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION 33 1310 Commrnrrmrnt THOMPSON AND BUCHEN WITH SENIOR MEMORIAL PktSUiLNT VAN Hist AND COUNT VON BERNSTORFF COMMENCEMENT 34 Srniore Class grll Four and Seven Four and Seven " arsit ! ' arsitv ! Nineteen Flk en ! Class Color L AKDINAL Class Cffirrrs A " lLLIAM HeNK Sl ' iiHN . Alhert HikcH Ai-Mi-:i: . IAl; u.lmer . . Erwin Aaron iIevers . . ALr.ERT Henry Ochsner . Michael F " kan(.is Timheks President I ' irc-Prcsidciit Second I ' icc-Prcsidcnt Secretary Treasurer Serijcant-at-. Inns JFirst SrmcBtrr E ' fficrrB Michael Francis Timbers President Phoep.ic Ann Twining 1 ice-Presidenl Karl Louis Keaatz Secretary Artiu-r Christopher I ' .aek Treasurer " .L1AM Henkv Ellis Sergeanl-al-. Irnis 36 S-rniora K, RL MowKY Maxn, Chairman William Hexrv Ellis Fred Gav Carter K. RL Louis Kraatz Harry Dlvall Blake Robert Conxor O ' Malley Charles Earl ' I ' erry Senior Men ' s Dinner Carroll Owex Bickelhalpt, Addison Milton Bleyer David Joseph Flanagan Erwin Joseph Dohmen Raymond Vounh Sanders Committrcs In: itafion Bernard Charles Korn. Chairman George Edward Cleary Douglas Francis McKey Gretchen Schoenleber Helen Melissa Connor Chair Class Memorial John Lawrence Childs, Chairman Will Cleveland Reyer Arch Eldredge Richards Harvey George Smith L R • Storer Conover Xorma Conyne Norma Roehm Senior Girls ' Dinner Ada Ormsby ILvcAdam, Chairman Helen L RGARET Schram Elizabeth Rossberg Josephine Plank KaTHFKINE SCHLAIIWEILER CommittrcB 3ppointrti J irst Srmrstrr Caf ' and Go ' a ' n Charles Richard Sexton. Cha Mark Webster Mayes William Raymond HoLMEt Frank Richard Xi ' zum L RIE Leone Fess Leone Rofeers Helen Gertrude Thursby Nc iC Crew Boathnnse Angus L cArthur, Jr.. Chair i Addison Milton Bleyer Roger Sherman Moore Kenneth Ross Hare Calvin Floyd Schwenker J lean of Men )■;;!«« William Henry Spohn, Cha, Arthur Christopher Baer Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt Samuel Lyman Barber Robert Dickinson Green Mass Meeting for Freshmen Kenneth Farwei.l Burgess. Chairman John Lawrence Childs Arch Eldredge Richards David Joseph Flaxxagan Szoing Out Robert Louis Schuetter, Cliairman Chester Charles Kempi.ey Louis Earl Glover Arthur Kleixpell Eva Stex house Alvin W. ' Seven Game Sehedule rman Haskell oyes, Chairman Erwin Joseph Dohmen Robert Connor 0 ' L i-LEy Teffekson Ailan Simpson Class Play Albert Henry Ochsner. Chairman L■ RTIN Gustav Glaeser Clifford Le Roy McMillan William Duncan Richardson Dorothy Frankexburger Fleurette Sophia H. rtwig Fay Vaughan Kayutah Ferrar TiiEKESA M Rii- Ryan TEK ScHWARTINC. Address of Welcome . it Planter .... Ivv Oration .... hy Ode Famvell to Puildin ' s Class History . . . Class Oration . . . (CliiBB Dap Cfficiala W ii.i.ia.m Henry Spohn Farewell to Underclassm . rthur Christopher Baer Junior Resf ' onse Jesse Jones Ruble Effie Clarissa Paine John Alexander Dorney Lucy Case ' Carl Herman H. essler Fred Merk Gertride Kitchell erxe Clinton Bonesteel Class Statistics Sager Louis Odegard Presentation of Memorial . Justin LeRoy Johnson Farewell Address ■. . . . Willia.m Henry Spohn Class Play Business Manai er Chester Dillon B. ird Pit ' C of Peace Oration . . Harry Gustav .-Xbendroth Junior Acccftance .... Rae Floyd Bell 37 Seniors ■( LI.M 1 A( K VKiNUS ■|UI,L 38 Sfniara " U ALT MIKE -INC. 39 DAVE tSrniois " CHET DOl ' C. NICK HUM 40 ODE " PETE 19 U BOi; MIKE 41 " 1:11. 1. Seniors ' r.uGS uni MAC- WALT DOC KICII 42 ■ " MAC Sirniors c LARV 1). J., JR. -ll(lKT ■ Senior 9Bm HaRHV GlSTAVK Al.lSKRT AliKN IlROTH . M llZi ' llll ' we " mokiy " " acbv " Lctlcrs and Science Awema; AtlienaL-. Winner Freshman Dec, Secretary Ci), Treasurer i ' -i). ' ice- President (3); German ( ilee Club (1); Edwin lloolli Club, Treasurer (4); International Club: Student Conierence (4). Thesis : —Investigation in ' o the Expenditures of Ci ' y Departments of the Cities of the United States. " Oh, slecf it ' - ( ' blessed titiny, Belozed f " " " ' " ' ' ' ' o Pole. " Je,-;si-; Alkxa.mikr . . .W ' lc Philndelphia, Ohio ALEX " " iMAl " Engineering B e n Thesis: — Action of l- lectrolysis on the Corrosion of Iron. " sell my ' Tire Re-liners ' to the Cream of Madison. " Gerald Randolph .Xlladen . . Rocliford, III. " jerry " " tack " Medicine K 4 ' : X :; Thesis: — Early .Stages in the Development of the Liver of Chelydra Serpentine. " The poets do well to conjoin music and medicine. " HnwAKi ' MiKi.r . xniKLY Brodhead " . .ndy " Engineering Thesis: — Design of a Reinforced Concrete Locomotive Coaling Station " Don ' l say riltsbnig to uie. " fARTix .AxMKRSdx River Falls .Igricnllnrc Thesis: — The Sugar lleet ln(iustr in Wisconsin, with Special Reference to Manufactine of Sugar. " Give me eighty acres and a plou and Ell ploiii inv icav to success. " JiiHx C. RL . xiiREss(iiix MUivaukee Letters and Science Thesis;— Die Literarische Geschichte der Deutschen Buhne Milwaukecs. " Circumstances: I make circumstances. " 44 Senior i39fn Laures Anthon Haiiiiiiond. La. " antone " Agriculture Dixie Club (3), (4), Secretary (4). Thesis: — Pasteurization as a Sanitary and Economic Factor in Milk Production. " Veil, Ilis loiii iic iiecdctli lubricalioii. " Edwin Bkuce Arxolu Lake Gciieza Plianiiacy Thesis: — The Products of American Petroleum and Their Use in Pharmacy. " It is better to Zi ' ear out than to rust out. " Grand Raj ids Hakolij Alt.ustus Arpix " merrv " Coniinercc A K ]i Monastics; Football tl). (3), (4); Crew; Student Confer- ence; iiadger, Athletic Editor, Thesis: — Taxation of Forests in I ' nited States. " ( ' slwuld have been a Phi Bet; but Billy Scott couldn ' t see it that it ' av. " Walter A.xlev Cleveland " priv. te " Agriculture U. V. Live Stock Club, President (4). Thesis: — Investigation of Methods I ' sed in Li e Sluck Advertising. " Hang sorrow up; ' tivould kill a cat: And therefore let ' s be uierry. " Arthur Christopher Baer .... H ' cst fiend " teddy " " baldy " Agriculture A Z First Sergeant, Cadet Corps (2); Class Treasurer (4); Wisconsin Country Magazine, Circulation Manager (3), . ssociate Editor (4); . gricultural Literary So- ciety, Secretary (2). Vice-President (3); President (4): Hoards Press Club. Secretary (2), Vice-President (3); Y. M. C. A. Thesis: — The Status of the Dairy Cattle Industry of Washington County. " Like the bee, ive should make our iiulnsliy our aiuusenient. " Chestek Du.r.o.N Baird Milzi ' aukee " fHF.r " Letters and Science K Inner Gate; Yellow Helmet; Ilaresfoot Club, Manager (2), (3), (4); Senior Class Play. .Manager, " The man of one thing is the man of success. " 45 IQ 11 I fecnior 9s)cn iHN AriiusT Baker Randolph " bake " Phannacy Thesis: — The Eleaching of Drugs. " You don ' t knoiv Nellie like I do. " W ' altox CiMiK Bali Union Grove " shorty " Engineering Thesis:— Comparison of Costs and Maintenance of Con- crete and Pile Trestles. " - Utile Jiiallieniatics is good for the soul. " S. . iUKi. Ly.max Bariskr . . . Sl ' ringpeld, Ky. " s. m " " ba-ba " Laiv A A ; A T rhiliMiiathia, Vice-President (3), President 14) ; Fresh- man Dec: Winner .Sophomore ( pen; ' inner Junior Ex.; Joint Debate (4). ' I ' hesis: — The Advisability of Limiting Injunctions in I-abor Disputes to Cases of Intimidation and - cts of ' iolence Against Property. " His middle name endozveth him with the Pozver of Oratory. " KncKR PiT.VAM B ATI HELOR l ilzodiikee " p.atch " Letters oiid Seienee !■ r A International Club. " Forever and aye a batchelor. " Rupert Joseph Batz Snn Prairie Connneree B r 2 Thesis:— . Sludv of the New York Stock and Itond .Market fur lill ' o and IHOl!. " ' take a dish of iee eream. " 0 - Pkrrv Bean I ' iroqua " deanie " Agriculture K r Cadet Corps. Sergeant (2): Class Secretary (3): Student Farmer. Live Stock Editor (3); Wisconsin Country ■Magazine, Editor-in-Chief (4); Badger, Dramatic l- ' -di- tor (3); Class Play Committee (3); Hoards Press Club. Secretary (3); .Agricultural Engineers ' Chili. Secretary (3)_ lliesis: — . Study on the X ' itality of Weed Seeds Passed Through the Digestive Tracts of Sheep. " ,1 v SalzHilion — () sustain the .Irniy. " 46 feirnior 9$tn Horace Merle Beebe Fond du Lai Engineering Thesis: — The Design of a Reinforced Concrete Water Tower. " Some livelier tlian Iiis niotlicr thinks him. " John Raymond Beedle ■. Madison " ray " Pharmacy L. S. Basketball Team (4). Thesis:— The U. S. P. Spirits of 1900. " The t ' otion has a bitter taste. " Frederick Whelphly Bentzen . . . ll ' arren " ' liENS " Letters and Science Thesis: — The Iodide of Tellurium. " smiles precede a honeymoon, Xo zvedding bells for me. " Charles Oliver Bergener .... ShuUsberg Law Senior Smoker Committee; Law Council. Thesis: — Power of Legislature to Amend Corporation Charters. " One with more of soul in his face tlian zt. ' ords on his tongue. " Otto Ingeiiann Bergh . . . Hcndrnni. Minn. " berg " .4griculture Acacia. Thesis: — Soils: . cidity Determination and Time Require- ment of Soils. " always did like Dean Birge. " Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt . Aberdeen, S. D. " cob " Engineering .i e ; T B n : 1 1 K N Iron Cross; Yellow Helmet; Cadet Corps. First Lieuten- ant t-): Class Treasurer t2) : 1911 Badger, Editor-in- Chief; Sphin.x VI). (3), (4); Haresfoot Club Ci). Stage Manager Ci), President (4); Student Court (3), Chair- man (4); Student Conference (! ' ), (3), (4); . thletic Board: Union P.oard. Thesis: — Design of an . utomatic .Starter for Direct Cur- rent Mott)rs, Using Inductance and Resistance. " He certainly could run things. " 47 Senior • m iLLiAii ' erne BicKELHAUPT . .Aberdeen, S. D. " VENUS " Engineering A 6: T B n Monastics; Varsity Basketball (31: " W " ; Prom Commit- tee lii): Student Conference. Thesis: — The Development and Exploitation of a Zinc- Silver Property in the Butte District. " Handsome and Square — Goodnight. " J. MES B. LD TN BiNCH.wi . . Lockzvood, N. Y. Engineering Thesis: — Test of Air Life Puini ' . " The effete East is not my style. " . lbert Birch Fargo, X. D. Engineering DAE Iron Cross; Monastics; Football (3). (4); Basketball (2), (3). Captain (4); Athletic Board (4); " V " . Thesis: — Fall Increaser for Turbines. " An athletic star who really didn ' t I ' lay to the grand stand. " P.AUL Bl-xckburn Elgin, III. Letters and .Science ATA Inner Gate; Yellow Helmot. Thesis: — City Government by Commission. " ] ' oii thought I zvas Rall h. didn ' t you? " Elmer Bingh. m Bl.vke .... Huron. S. D. Letters and Science Band (3), (41. Thesis: — . Studv of the Xew York Money larket for 1S95 and 1 % ' . " I belong to the bigi est fraternity here. " H.NRRV Duv.NLL Bl- ke . . . Bhick Ri ' cer Falls Engineering Scabbard and lllade; Cadet Corps. First Lieuten.-iin (11), Captain (3), Colonel (4); Student Conference (4). Thesis: — Design of a Hydro-Fjcctric IMant on Menominee River at Copper Twin l- ' alls. " Well, anyzi ' ay, I don ' t care zchellier yon agree ivith me or not. " ■48 fernior SBen George August Blank Grafto)! " blaxkev " " georgie ' ' Agriculture Agricultural Literary Society, President (4). Thesis: — A Study of the Losses in Butter Making. " Between cussing and fussing my life is just one BLANK tiling after another. " Addison Milton Blever Miiivankec " shorty " Engineering Junior Prom Committee (3); Pipe Committee (3): Sphinx, Circulation Manager (4); Haresfoot (3), (4): Junior Play (3): ' isconsin Union Social Committee (4) : International Club. Thesis: — Design for Manual Training Shop. " An awful worker ivho gets results. " Carl illl m Borecky Ashland " bork " Engineering Thesis: — An Investigation of High Tension Phenomenon Encountered in the Design of a 500,000 Volt Trans- forme ' Where ' s all the luaiU ' Karl Kasper Borsack Fond du Lac Letters and Science Edwin Booth Dramatic Club. Thesis:— Congressional Elections of ISIS and S2it. " Actors are the only honest hypocrites. " Ward Franklin Bhvd Marinette " dad " Letters and Science Class Glee Club (3;; V. .M. C. . . Cabinet 02). (3) i4); Ministerial Club, President (41. Thesis: — Deism and liutltr ' s . nnlogy. " always roar when I have nothing to say. " Otto Franc Bradley Boise. Idaho " OTTS " " iikad " Letters and Science . T Daily Cardinal. First Reporter ' s I ' rize (11; I nlercollcgiale Spectator, .Vihletic Editor (2); Chairman Prom Pro- gram Committee; Student Confere nce (3). Thesis: — The liakery and Confectionery Workers ' Union. Conditions in the Industry and Their Effect on tin- Workmen and Products, with Suggested Improve- ments. " Why. when I z ' as at Pref School — " 49 feifnior Q cn Gilbert Elliott Bkerk.ton Miidison Letters and Science Thesis: — liiirsae in ' icinity of Knee-joint. " Diagnosis; uiy long suit. " Irving Henry Brown Madison " buster " Letters and Science S T A Thesis: — The Influence of Toe on French Literatnre. " r (_v modesty ' s a candle to tliy merits. " TiMOTHV Brown Madison " Till " Letters and .S ' ciencc Ben Student Conference (3). ' I ' hesis; — The Picaresque Element in Thackeray ' s Novels. " ] ' es, Fll be home or at the Delta Gamma house. " H. N. ' ; Xelson Bri ' e De forest " nelson " Letters and Science International Club. Thesis: — Tests on a AYz " Hydraulic Kam. " .4 soldier and a s[ ' eaker, too, Is this gallant Ihins fon Briie. " W LTKi; Theodore Ekunow Mihvatikce " w. lt " Letters and Science X T Cadet Corps. Sergeant (1). Lieutenant (.-), Captain Cil, M); Sphinx, Business Manager (3). Thesis: — The High Cost of I.i ' iiig. " A big. courageous soul. " W ' m.ther Ri-CHEX Theresa " r.ci k " Letters and Science i r A Iron Cross; Hammer and Tongs; Sphinx (1), (! ' ), (31. Editor (4); Wisconsin Magazine (2). Editor (3), As- sistant Editor (4); Itadger. Literary Editor (3); Car- dinal. Associate Editor (3); Wisconsin I ' nion. .Secre- tary (-), (31. IVesident (41; Student Conference (3). Secretary (4); Wisconsin nramalic .Society. President (4); English Cluh (3), President l4l; Student Coiut (3), (4); V. M. C. A. |3). Cabinet (4). " The elements So ini.ved in him that . ature might stand ii .liid say to all the world. ' This xcas a man! ' " 50 Senior a rn EvERETTE Almond Burmester . . . Madison ■■i3URMIE " Engineering Civil Engineering Society (3). President (4); Class Secre- tary (2). Thesis: — Testing the Efficiency of the Hydraulic Ram and the Effects of Various Conditions of Flow. " Condition shows not weakness in the man. hut strength. " Clayton Rodger Bl " rt Brodhcad Engineering Thesis: — The Design of a Reinforced Concrete Coaling Station. " What Heaven viclds must he einhraced. " Otto Edward Buth Hartford " OH BE jovfl-l " Letters and Science Thesis: — The ()ptical Rotary Power of Dextrose in Pyridine. " Life ' s a serious proposition. Girls, too. ' ' William Edward Butt . . U ' oodbum, Indiana " bill " Letters and Science Thesis: — An Inde.x Number for the Costs in Water- works Construction in Wisconsin. " am a Hoosier. " Lynn Wilder Bvron Madison " stl;b " Letters and .Science Thesis: — Oil of Monarda Punctata. " A genial disposition brings its owner many friends. " Elmer Aeneas Carncross Lodi " carnie " Agriculture Thesis: — An Investigation of Guenon ' s Escutcheon Theory. " To round ' em up does not make me a rounder. " SI fernior Sl rn Fred Gay Carter Rio I ' ista, J ' a. " nick " Letters and Science Football (3), (4); " W " . Tliesis: — The Exercise of the Workman ' s Option in In dustrial Insurance in England. " The ' poor boy Zi ' lto made good. " George Byron Carter Lancaster " nemo " Agriculture Thesis: — A Study of the Beef Cattle Industry from 1900 to 1909 Inclusive. " Iwvc the uervc to fuss, but not the inclination. " Mark Baily Castelloe Prescott " Willie " " casty " Letters and Science Thesis: — Conduction of Heat in Metallic Rods. " A man of slozv but caustic comment. " Yu-Shu Chin Anhui, China " wyesy " Engineering International Club. Thesis; — An Original Solution for the Mystery of Thermo-electricity. " I like America, but Oh you Pittsburg! " Henry Austin Christy Superior " hank " Engineering Thesis: — Test of Compound Engine and Auxiliaries at the Capitol Heating and Power Plant. " Tlie humor of the situation is acute. " Warren William Clark Madison " w arren " Agriculture A Z Acacia. Thesis:— Control of . pple Pests in Wisconsin. " Say. fcllozvs, let ' s have a little bridge. " 52 fecnior fll rn George Edward Clearv Plattczillc " pudge " Coiiiincrce B r i:; B K Philomathia. Vice-President (3). President (4); Band (.3). C4); Orchestra (3), (4); Commercial Club. Thesis: — An Analysis of the Characteristics of a Holder in Due Course. " My ideas arc larijcr than my words. " Charlks Spencer Coddixgton . . . Green Bay " con " Letters and Science Thesis: — r)rigin and Development of the Interview. " He zvants In sell a story to the Red Book. " Charles DeWitt Conkey, Jr. ... Sntcrior " doc " Agriculture, Middle Course ' ' K 2 " As a fcllo-a ' ainnng fcllozcs lie is irresistible. " Glen Parker Cowax Miln ' oukee " cow " " clara " Engineering Z ;TBn;HKN Monastics; U. VV. Engineers ' Club, Vice-President (3), President (4 " l. Thesis: — Design of a Power Plant for the University. " Pass the cream. " Harold .VfJWELi. Cr. wford .... Milzcaukcc " parse " Letters and .Science A K E Class Basketball Team (2). (3). (4); Sphinx (1). ' 2), ,;;i. Art Editor (4); Badger Board. Thesis: — A Classification of Kipling ' s Men Character . " A good friend ; a poor acquaintance. " Arthur John Crowns Xekonsa " . rt " Lazv A A Baseball (2); " W " . Thesis:— Special Verdicts at Common Law, and in Wisconsin. " He killed a man. " S3 Senior SBrn William Harrison Curwex . . . Shiittsbitrg " CHURBV " Eiigiiicci ' iiii Thesis: — Experiments on a Trapezoidal Weir. " My conil lcxion ti ' ill alicays get iiic a job. " Will Tvlkr CrsHixr, Oltuiiitca, la. " bill " Engineering A X S Thesis: — Miscroscopic Investigation of the Function of Iron in the Vitrification of Silicates. " Leave vie. leave me to refose. " Lai ' rence Charles Dakl . ' farta " prof " " stl ' b " Letters and Seience Stein Scholarship. Thesis: — Katamorphism in the Dynamic Metaniasphism of IgnioLis Rocks. " Come lei us reason together. " Drake Pail Dale .Madison Engineering Philomathia. Treasurer (3); International Club. Thesis: — Test of a VA " Columljia Hydraulic Ram. " .- liar among ladies is a most dreadful lliiiii . " Charli ' S William Dawson . Lidgenvood, X. D. " t Hn k " Commerce 2 N Thesis: — State I ' olice. " 7 never took the Gazette. " J. MEs Phillip Dla Madison " JI.NI . l II " . ledicine Iron Cross; ' e]luw Helmet: II;inniier and Tongs; Foot- hall, Freshman Team. N ' arsity (! ' ). i ' . ' ,). (4); . thletic Hoard. ' I ' tiesis: — Lymphatics of the Head and Neck. " A great man meek as Mary ' s lamb. " 54 fe)rnior.apcn Raymond Albert Dei slow East Loni ineadoiv. ilass. " dennie " Letters and Science International Club; Y. M. C. A., Treasurer (3). (4). Thesis: — Separation of Uranium. " Too modest for a chemist. " Louis Edwarfi DeQuine Fond dn Lac " iieak " T B n Wisconsin Engineer, Assistant Business Manager (1). Thesis: — The Effects of Freezing on Portland Cement Concrete. " Deak, not Deke. " Arthi ' r Brittan Doe Mihi ' aukce " art " Letters and Science r A Cadet Corps, Second Lieutenant (2). Captain C. ) ' , Daily Cardinal. Athletic Editor CD. Universitv Editor (3); Mandolin Club l2). (3), Leader (4): Banjo Club (2), (3). (4). Thesis: — Ruskin and the W ' orkingman ' s College. " Hard to learn to know, but ' well wortli while. " John- James Doerschuk . . . Shanesrille, O. " jack " " j. }. " Agriculture Football Squad (3), (4); U. W. Orchestra (41. Thesis: — Corn .Silage vs. Chiver Ha.v f »r Beef Production. " A jealous man ahi ' ays finds more llian he looks for. " John ' ALTI■:R Dohm Pane Engineerintj Thesis: — Design of Steel Trestle ( )vcr Illinois Central Railroad on Harrison Street. " Let ' s hare a little sonii. boys. " Eruin Joseph Doh.men Mil ' wankec " rem " Commerce A K E: B r 2 Iron Cross; Class Track Team (1). (2). (3). (4), Captani (1): Varsit.v Track (2). (3), (1). Captain (3); " V " ; Cross Country Team (4): " W " ; Manager Cross Coun try Team (3). (.4); Business Manager, lull Badger; Student Court (4) ; President Athletic Board (4). Thesis: — The History and Advancement of a Commercial Organization. " The mile wasn ' t the only thin; he could run. " fernior Sl9rn John Alexanher Dorxky . . . Stevens Point " jack " " lige " Letters and Science Atlienae. Freshman Blowout, Sophomore Semi-Public; Debating Board 13), Joint Debate (4): President (4). Thesis; — Thesis Requirement Satisfied by Joint Debate. " divide all men into tzvo classes, Progressives and Mosshacks. " kiLHAKD Fredekilk Duckert . . Cottagc Grove " dick " Law Chairman, Law Council (3). Thesis; — Contingent and Vested Remainders in W ' isci.insin. " I-anaticisni. the false fire of an uverhcated mind. " Legrande Granius Dyke Madison Letters and Science llymijia. Freshman Blowout Closer (2), Semi-Public Closer (2), Secretary (2), Junior Ex. (3); International Club; Delegate, Second National Peace Congress (2), Thesis: — Oogenisis of the Crustacea. " Speech zvere golden, tie ' a ' onid he a millionaire. " Harvey William ED.MCxr . . , Fond du Lac " mit " Engineering Monastics, Thesis: — Pressure Survey of the Madison Cas System. " Give me three days of Grace. " Herbert ' alter Eiiimanx . . . Chicago. III. " iby " Letters and Science ATA Thesis; — The Sanitary District of Chicago. " fain ivoiild deal in wood. " .Arthcr Charles Eiermak .... Mihvaiikce " art " " eggs " Commerce Commercial Club (2). Thesis: — Promoting a Manufacturing Enterprise, with Special Reference to the .Soap Industry. " F.ggs are going uf. but .4rt is still down and ont. " 56. rnior SBrn William Henry Ellis Frceforl, III. " iull " Letters and Seieiiee Z Scabbard and Blade: Yellow Helmet; Cadet Corps, First Lieutenant (3); Class President (3); Badger Board l3l: Band (11: Junior Class Play (3): Union Vaude- ville (4): Smoker Committee (3); Junior Prom. Com- mittee (3). Circus Committee (4). Thesis: — The John Jay Treaty of 1794: Its Reception in ' the Cnited " States. " A lover and a lusty bachelor. " Sherlock Lincoln Emmktt Racine Lo ' ii- A A Athletic Board (3); Student Conference (4); Law Coun- cil (4). Thesis: — Duty of Care of Directors of a Corporation. " The leading man in ' The House Xe.rt Door. ' " Cl, ude Ernst Thompson, O. " D-j d " Agriculture Thesis: — The Development of the Guernsey Cattle Trade in Wisconsin for the Years 1906 to 1909 Inclusive. " On Ohio hills I feed my fathers flocks. " Orl ' illi- m Esau Miln ' aukee " dad " Engineering A 2 Scabbard and Blade (2). (3). (4), Captain (4): Cadet Corps. First Lieutenant (2). Captain (3). Major (4): Rifle Club, Vice-President (3). Thesis: — Hydro-Electric Development on the Upper Twin Falls, Menominee River. Michigan. " All braz ' e men love, for he is only brave n ' ho has affections to fight for. " Fred Henry Esch Manitoivoc " fritz " Lau ' Class President (3): Philomathia, Freshman Blowout Closer (1), Semi-Public. Thesis: — Criticism of the Theory of the Courts in Declar- ing Laws L ' nconstitutional. " Mot L ' nser Frit:, but Frits. " ' irTOR SoFi ' R Falk Stoxghton " swede " Medicine K ' Z; 1 Z Thesis:— A Study of Cranial Development in Defectives. " The best of all medicine is fasting. " 57 Senior apfit " iCT(iR JoHX I- ' ar!;ar ladisou " vie " Letters ami Science Thesis: — The Sociology of Thomas Hardy. " Man in society is like a flozver. blo ' wn in its nati:-e bnd. " Cyril Anton ' Fay La Crosse Engineering Thesis; — The Development of a Mine in the Coeur d ' Alene District. " Come on, guys, cut de rough stuff " Edwarii John Fi;tzni:r La Crosse " fuzzy " E)igineering Thesis:— Test on Permeability of Concrete Blocks. " Is this the United States or America ' " David Joseph i ' ' LAXA(,AN Welcome " MARV " Letters and Science .Monastics; Hill Baseball (1): Varsity (2), (. ' 5), Captain (4); Oriental Trip (2): Class Secretary (2). Thesis; — American Immigration Into Northwestern Canada. " Xci ' cr say Whoa! " Clark Robinson I- ' lltchkr Welcome " fletch " Laze A ; A T Tennis Team, lanager (3); Hesperia, Freshman Blowout Closer (1), Semi-Public Closer (2); Student Confer- ence (4). Thesis;— Constitutional . spects of Special . ssessment-- in Wisconsin. " Fussing and late zeork zealk liaud in hand. " Alkreii Tho.m, s Flint Madison " ai. " Letters and Science Student Conference (4). Thesis; — A Study of the Operating Costs of the Milwau- kee Waterworks. " ll ' e l ass our life in deliheralion . and zi ' e die ufon it. " 58 feifnior 9 cn William Olivkr Fowlkr Humhird " bill " Entiineeriiifi Cadet Corps. First Sergeant (2). Tliesis:— Tests of the Bond Between Reinforcement, and Concrete. Cured L ' nder Water. " Soldiers are the only carnivorous auiinals v. ' ho live in a gregarious state. " Lkux. kl) Peter i ox fond du Lac " Foxv " Letters and Science Thesis: — Sectionalism in the Continental Contrress, 1774-177(). " Chicago zcus too big a tozi ' n for me. ' Fargo, .V. D. Ti.M Alv.wh Fr.wcis . . . " tim " Lazv Thesis: — Jurisdiction in Divorce. ' He took three different freshmen to Prom and doesn ' t care zvho hnozvs it. " FoKKEST Hexry Frey Hartford " doc " Medicine Thesis: — Relation of the Lymphatics to the Ingrimal Region. " He gets a brain llirob once a n ' cek. " J. Mi:s Roberts G. tes . . . Manchester, loica " J1. I MV " Letters and Science !■ . A Thesis: — Constitutional Development of the State Covern- ment of Pennsylvania. " Guess I ' ll go home and get my tetter from U ' etlesley. " Cam. Diedrk ' H Gkipel Madison Letters and .Science Hand (3), (4); Orchestra (3). Thesis: — The Chemical and Bacteriological Changes Which Take Place in Storage Water. " It is in learning music that many youthful hearts learn to love. " 59 fe cnior 9 m GusTAVE Joseph Gumt Casoc Pharmacy Thesis; — Plasters of the United States Pharmacopoeia. " A daily user of Herpicidc. " Maktix Gustave Glaesek .... Sheboygan " lulu " CoiiiDierce Philomathia, Blowout Closer, Freshman Dec. Winner 0-), Vice-President (3j; Edwin Booth Society, Treasurer (1). Secretary (.3), President (i) IMU ' Class Play; Senior Class Play Committee; Germanistische Gesell- schaft, Executive Committee t i). Thesis: — A System of Farm Accounts. " One of the fezv hninortal names tliat was not born lo die. " Louis Earle Gluvek Oslikosh Engineering T b n Thesis: — An Attempt to Improve the Efficiency of Elec- tric Incandescent Lamps. " The Dictator of Tan Beta Pi. " Ottii Freli Gueke Davis, 111. Engineering Thesis: — The Design of a Reinforced Concrete Arch. - " Asl:ing qnestions is my motto. " Edwi.v - rthur Gottslhalk . . . Scandinavia " gotch " Letters and Science Band (1), (-), l3), U). Thesis:— The De eIopnient of the Canadian Pacific Railway. " A I ' iking lie. ' -Vlbekt ii.LiA.M Graijv . . . Port Washington " al " Laze !■ A A ,. lltOy Badger, Business .Manager; Philomatliia Blowout Closer (IJ. Semi-Puhlic (-). President (4; .Student Conference (5). Thesis: — Tlie Limitation of the Measure of Damages in . ction for .Anticipatory Breach of Contract. " ) ' eli. me an ' Hill gels ' em. " 6o feirnior 9Bm John Camerox Graha.m Oslikush Agriculture Thesis: — Poultry Conditions in Town of Madison. " Dream manfully and nobly and thy dreams shall be prophets. " Daniel MacPherson Gka.vt . . . Milzcaukee " dinnie " " lizzie " Engineering Awema. Thesis: — Development of a Copper Mine in the Itutte District. " Say. fresh, spuds up. ' RtiBERT DicKKXsox Green .... Chicago. III. " PIXKV " Conunerce Monastics; Tennis Team (2). (3 ; Prom Committee; Commercial Club. Thesis: — Municipal Stores Department. " E ' en beauty cannot palliate unsdom. " EiJ.Mixn ri.. RE. CE H. A(. .... U ' hileicater " eddik " Engineering Thesis: — The Corrosion of Commercial Steels. " Milton Juiiclitin. I ken it no more. " OscAK RiiioLK Haase Milicaukee " doc " Laiv A A ; B r 2 . uthor Junior Class Play; Commercial Club. " Ue kiiezc her i ' histlc. " Carl Heumax II. Es LER Mikvaukce Letters and Science ' ! K K Intern;itlonal Cluh; Student Conference. Thesis:— Lucretius: De Rerum Natura. Books I and 11. Edited and . nnotated. with Special Reference to Epicurean Sources as Ciiven in Diogenes Laertius. " Confine thy tongue lest it confine thee. " 6i fernior Sl rn Carl Martin Halskth Mciwiiioiiic " deac " linginccriiiy Cross Coiintrv Team (2): Track Team (2): Glee Club (2), (3). (4); Hjresfoot (3): Engineers ' Minstrels (2), (3); Musical Club. Vice-President (3), President (4). Thesis:— The Development of a Hydro-Electric Plant on the Red Cedar River at Irvington, Wisconsin. " .We ' er curious ivas lie to kiwiv ivhat fussing meant. " Gkhri e Pktkk Halvcirsdn . . . Pclcrson. Minn. " petk " Letters ami Seicnee Thesis Course :— " . s Vou Like It. " " Xei ' er be so brief as to become obscure. " William Sevmolr Hammersley . Lal;e Genc ' ca " doc " Pharuiacy . X Z Thesis:— The Determination of the .Amount of Water Contained in AW Dried Drugs of the I ' . S. P. by Distillation with Xylene. " .? (c ' j a little f ' cach. " EiiWARii Haven Hanhv Madison " handy " " archie " Engineering V. W. Engineers ' Minstrels (3). iliesis: — .- n Investigation of High Tension Phenomena Encountered in the Design of a 500,000 Volt Trans- former. " Let ' s go -ii-hcre they arc si.v for a quarter. " Elmar . niire v Hansen . . . .Voj-icov. .Midi. " soc " Letters and Science Class Football (2). (3). (-1); Class Baseball (2), (3), (41; Class Track (2), (3), (4). Thesis:— The Work of the . merican Correspondents lie- fore and . fter the Spanish-. ' Xmeric.nn W:u-. " ) ' cs. but you ought to sec them at Michigan. " Carl Hr(.o Hanson Elk Mounds .Igricullure Country T.ifc Club, President (4). Thesis: — Tests of Commercial Cultures for Soil Inoculation. " Xature and tcisdom alzcavs sax the saine. " 62 fernior Sl fn Charles Ford Hardixc, Jr. . . . Chicago, 111. " charlie " Lctlcrs and Science B n Skull and Crescent; Vellt.w Helmet; Badger Board; International Club. Thesis; — Some Political Effects of Recent Civil Better- ment in Chicago. " you zvant to be a Kappa, just come along Li. ' ith me. " Kenneth Ross Hake Diilulh, .Minn. " ken " Engineering A T Crew (1), (3), (3); Mendota Club Crew. Captain (4); Class President (2); Student Conference (3). Thesis; — Efficiency Test of the Capitol Heating and Power Plant. " I want to see the ivhecls go ' round. " Ralph Chapel Haktm an Davis, III. " hartie " Medicine X A Aesculapius; Cross Country Team (3). " God heals, and the doctor gets the fee. " Appleton Robert Littlefield Hatch . . . " bert " Coniinerce B r 2 Acacia; Commercial Club. Thesis: — The Reclassification of the State E.spenditures. " A good carpenter, but a better engineer. " Walter Adams Hatch lohi Engineering T B n Thesis; — Analysis of Locomotive. " To be an engineer, one does not necessarily have to go to classes daily in a flannel shirt. " Oak Park, III. Robert Pinkerton Heald . " bob " " pixk " Letters and Science r Yellow Helmet; Inner Gate; Skull and Crescent. Thesis; — Investigation of Securities. " Xo, Pink isn ' t neccssarilv Love! " 63 fecnior 919m Chicago, HI. LoREx Louis Hebberd . . . " heb " EnyhieerUig T Golf Club (3), (4), (5). Vice-President (5); Scabbard and Blade; Chairman Officers " Formal (5); Captain (4). (5); Engineer. Coaching Launch (4), (5); Chorus, " Dancing Doll " (3); Engineers ' Minstrels (4); Bad- ger Boat Club (3), (4). (5). Secretary (4). Thesis: — A Study of the Design and Operation of a Four- Cylinder, Four-Cycle Gasoline Engine. " love the girl from A to Z, But Fritzie is the girl for me. " .Albion Henry Heiuner West Bend " heid " " doc " Medicine X A Caduceus, Treasurer (2) ; Aesculapius. Thesis: — The Form and Relation of the Cartilages of the Bronchial Tree. " A wise physiciiin skilled our ills to heal Is more than armies to the fnblie zveal. " RoM.AN August Heilm. n Madison " romie " Letters and Science A 2 : A A Cadet Corps, Sergeant Major (2); Hesperia. ' ice-Fresi- dent (3); Semi-Public Debate C2). Thesis: — Constitutions of Arizona and New Mexico. " My name is Romeo: her ' n is Jnliet. " Frederick Hoffm. n, Jr Mather " fritz " Engineering Class Glee Club (3); Engineers ' Minstrels (3); Civil En- gineering Society, Treasurer (4). Thesis: — Effects of Freezing on Concrete Cylinders. " Music can noble hints iml art, engender fury, kindle love. " H.XROEii Howard Holmes Mutlier " dlicky " " Sherlock " " ikk " Pharmacy Thesis: — Determination of the Moisture Content of ' egetable Drugs. " Another fill ini.ver to make our lives short. " iLLi.vM R.WMOND Hoi.MEs .... Baldii ' in " dutchv " Engineering A K K Monastics; Class Baseball (2). (3); Prom t ommittee t3). Thesis: — Statistics of Cost of Operation of Twenty-five Water Power Utilities in Wisconsin. " .9() ( Iz ' orv. " 64 rnior ' m Emmet Horan, Jr Eatt Claire Laze A 6; i Badger, Literary CTiairman. Thesis: — Was the Case of ilason vs. Caruthers Decided Correctly ? " My symphony, — to have the iievrve to be naughty. " William Tracy Hover .... Denver, Colo. " mike " Letters and Science B e n ; A X 2 Yellow Helmet; Track Team (2); Cross Country (2), (3), (4), Captain (3), (4). Thesis: — Volumetric Determination of Columbium. " .4 firm believer in the power of silence. " William Canterbury Howe .... Boscobel " bill " " bowery " Agriculture K 2 Thesis: — The Depreciation in ' alue of Farm Machinery. ■ " Lectures make me sleepy, and I haven ' t time to sleep. " Ralph Sherman Hovt . . Schenectady, N. Y. Engineering U. V. Engineers ' Club. President (4). Thesis: — A Determination of the Relative Efficiency of Line Shaft Bearings. " Where handball is, the soul is never free. " Ray Stillman Hulce Whitewater .■igriculture Thesis: — Fattening Rations for Swine. " .l plough in the field arable is the most noble and ancient of arms. " Herbert Duttox Hurx Oshkosh " herb " Letters and Science Thesis: — Ku Klux Klan in South Carolina. " Gee! I ' m tired. " 65 fecnior 9$[n J ' ovK Peabouv Hltchiksok .... Apptelon " hltch " Engineering A K E : H K X Haresfoot Orchestra (2), (Z): L ' . W. Orchestra (1), (2), 3;, Manager Z); Mandolin Club (3), (4), Joint Man- ager (4). ' lllesis: — ' I " he Design of an Electric Power Plant for the University of Wisconsin. " Hard luck to mix the emelopes at Prom time, but how about Quincy, III.? " How.MS) ]- ' i KUEKicK lu .vKK .... Milwaukee " slim " Engineering Thesis:— Test of a VM K, W. Corliss Engine Exhaust Steam Turbine L ' nit at . ppleton. Wis. " There ' s only one school in the city. " Luis CiRiLo Infants Huaras, Peru Letters and Science ' Hiesis Course:— Education. " A genuine representative of his race — romantic, courteous, and loyal. " Oliver Hekkick Jaastab lola " JOSIF. " Pharmacy Commerce Baseball (Z); I.. %. Baseball ( ). Thesis:— The Preparation of the L ' . S. P. 1900 Iron Salts. " I ' m just the average, regular kind of a typical college man, " W ' ji.i.iAM Malcolm Jackson .... Marinette " stonewall " Agriculture Thesis:- Alfalfa for Dairy Cows. " Talk to the point, but stop before you impale yourself on it. " Cakl Joseph Jacobson " jake " Engineering Football Team (Z), (4); " W " . " A Scholar and an Athlete. " Etkhorn 66 srnior ' tBtn Bexjamik Jelinek .... Eagle Butte, S. D. " E. T. " " JR- " " jelly " . U riculture S X Manager, Freshman Football Team (I); Manager. Sopho- more Football Team Vl); Assitant Manager. Varsity Tracfc Team 2) ; Manager, Varsity Track Team 3) : Wisconsin Country Magazine, . dvertising Manager (1), (2). Business Manager 3 . 1,4); Cardinal. Re- porter (,1), (.2): Ctairman, " Rush " Committee (.4) : Manager. Junior Qass Play; Student Conference (.4). Thesis: — . Study on the Vitality of Weed Seeds Passed Through the Digestice Tracts of Sheep. " Van Cassius hath ii lean ami hiiniiry took. " Norman Lee Jewett Sparta " dick " Agriculture Choral Cnion 3). Thesis: — The Feeding alue of Soy Beans as a Concen- trate for Dairy Cows. " His sunny locks hank on his temples like a golden fleece. " Ch.xrles Lester Johns ..... Dodgeville " johxnie " Commerce B r 2 Commercial Club. Thesis: — . Study of the Xew York Slock Exchange for the Years 1S97 and 1S9S. My fussing motto. " Let it he dark. " Hugh Christi. n Johnso.v .... Sheridan " j.vck " .Agriculture Thesis: — Rations for Fattening Swine. " Everything by starts and nothing long. ' ' John Hugo Johnson .Madison Engineering T B n Thesis:— Speed Regulation of Induction Motors. " He ansivers tvith facts, not n-ith .tr.mni.-nfs " JcsTiN LeRoy Johnson ,i ,i,i.ui:, " Johnson " Letters and Science -V .X : .V T Iron Cross; Yellow Helmet; .Assistant Football Manager (3). Manager (4); Athletic Board (4); Badger Hoard; Philomathia, Secretary (2). Semi-Public l3K loint lie- bate (4); Y. m: C. . .. Cabinet (4); i tudem Confer- ence; Student Court. Thesis:— The History of Injunctions in Labor Disputes. " .Most of my time is spent adz-isina the president of the S. G. .1. 67 rnior 93fn Lloyd William Johnson . . . " BALDv " " jack " Letters and Science . Augusta Caduceus; Football (2), (3), (4;; ■ ' W ' " ; Track Team (2), (3); " W.A.A. " Thesis: — The Anatomical Relation of the Central Nervous System to Phoracic ' iscera. " Hair never made the athlete. " WxvKicz Johnson Bayfield " mike " " rastus " Engineering T B n Thesis: — An Investigation of the Available Systems for Long Distance Electric Roads. " Talent and Genius, like Murder, ' will out. ' " QuiNcv Journey Jones .... Frecfort, III. " quince " " casey " Letters and Science Class Kasketball (2). (3), Captain Law Team U): Olym- pia. Secretary (2): Student Conference (4); Dean Richards Law Society, President (4). Tliesis:— The Short Ballot. " favor the installation of cliapel ser-vices in the University. " Edward Albert Kalsched .... Marshfield " eddy " Engineering Ihesis: — The Measurement of Transformer Losses by Means of Rectified Wave l- ' orms " And still Ills wonder grew. " Jacinto Manila Kamantii;ue Iinus, Cavite, f. L " TICUl " Letters and Science International Club. Thesis: — Uniform Municipal Accounting. " ll ' hat signifies sadness; a man grozcs lean nfon it. " Thomas aiatthew Kearney Racine " tim " ;: A E Letters and Science Monastics; Junior Crew; Cadet Corps, Second Lieuten- ant (2); Mandolin and IJanjo Clubs. Thesis:— A Comparison of the Philosophical Works of Pterkely and Collier. " They got me back on the ill to take Herman. " o8 fernior 99fn Aloysius Deony Keller Baraboo " al " Engineering Thesis: — Speed Regulation of an Induction Motor. " Where e ' er he goes he has his horseshoe icith him. " Paul Frederick Kelly Clinton, la. ' ■ ' kel " Letters and Science K ! ' Monastics; Track Manager (4). Thesis: — Effects of the Interest Rate on the Cost of Living. " And another angel comes out of the tcmf Ic. " William Bilto.x Khmp Madison Engineering Cadet Corps, Second Sergeant: Wisconsin Magazine. Thesis: — Investigation of Crystalline Rectifier Under the Influence of High Frequency Oscillations, with Refer- ence to Their Use as Dectors in Radio-Telegraphy. ' The life of a f ' ious minister is visible rhetoric. " He.nry Halleik Keki; " hal " Engineering A G Cadet Corps. Captain (3). (4). Thesis: — The Water Rheostat. " Black Douglas. " Eau Claire TOMETARo Kitagawa Tokio, Japan Engineering Thesis: — Irrigation Project. " Fun gives him a forcible hug and shakes laughter out of him. " William Otto Kj-einheinz .... Madison " bill " Pharmacy Commerce Basehall Team (2), (3). Thesis: — Use of Precipitated Sulphur in Prescriplions, " Pharniics mend or end us. " 69 Senior 9$m Arthur Kleinpell Cassz ' ille " moose " " boots " Coiiniierce Monastics; Commerce Baseball d) : Varsity Baseball (2), (3), " W " ; Baseball Trip to Tapan. 1909; Commercial Club. Tbesis; — Tbe New York Stock Market for the Years 18991900. " Voit poor fools: it zcos only my cousin. " Henry Wili.i. m Kleinschmit . . . Oshkosh " ki.kinie " Medicine X A lladger Board, Club Editor; . esculapius ; President (2), |3). Tbesis: — licroscopic Study of tbe Gastrulation of tbe Rana Pipiens. " Hello! This is Klcinschinit of the Badger. " Oliver Dr. ke Knicht Riier Falls " K. nightie " Clteiiiistry Cadiet Lieutenant (2). C. ): Band (o), (4). " A man " lcHIi a manly chest on which any lady mil lit be t roiid to rest. " Henkv Herm- n Koe.vk; .Milzcaukee Engineering ' ITiesis: — . n Investigation in tbe Design of Interior Elec- tric Ligbting System- . " Do you ivant to buy a ticket on a raffle? " Mei. h. rdt C. rl Koe.mg IVausau " H. STV " Engineering T B n Tbesis:— Ovtrsbot Water Wbeel. " Modest U ' isdoni fluclcs mc from ozercredulons RoLuvo Goto Koxxo n ' li i ' , J a fan " t hip " Letters and Science Senior t ' hiss Swimming (4). Tbesis: — Limitations of International .Vrbitration. " A Heart of Gold has Uc " 70 fnior 99ftt Bernhard Charles Korn lliln ' aiikcc " ben " Letters and Science Thesis: — The Congressional Election of li 9i). " They who have light in themselves zcill not revolve as satellites. " Karl Louis Kraatz Il ' ansaii " kraatzie " Engineering Freshman Crew; Varsity Crew (2), (3). (4), Captain (4); Class Secretary (4); U. V. Section, A. S. M. E.. Secretary (3), Vice-President (4). Thesis; — Effect of Moisture in Fuel Charges of Gasoline Engines. " Bitth- inachen Sic Plat:, Hicr kouiinl ya Hcrr Kraatc. " Maurice Brerton La.moxt . . Aberdeen, S. D " MONT ' i " Engineering Ae;TBn;HKX Monastics; Badger Board; Orchestra (2); Student Con- ference (3). Thesis: — Selection of Resistances and Inductances for an Automatic Starter for a Direct Current Motor. " Almost too modest for an engineer, " John Sutherland Langwill . . Rockford, III. " jawn " Engineering T B n Student Section, A. S. M. E.. President (3); Representa- tive Engineers ' Central Committee. Thesis: — The Manufacture of the Champion Hand Boiler Punches. " jieware! I may yet do something sensational. " Jesse Edward Lauderdale Elkhorn " slim " Engineering H K N Thesis:— A Guarantee Test of a 1000 K. V. AlHj Chalmers Turbo-generator, Equipped with a Westing- house Le Blanc Condensor, and a 500 H. P. Sterling Boiler with a Jones Underfeed Stroker. " A curtain lecture is ti ' orth all the sermons in the ivorld. " George Jacoi! Li:ienT . . . Menomonee Falls Law Regimental Band (3), (4). (5). Thesis:— The Right of Privacy. " What is mind? No matter; What l.t matter: ' Never mind. " feirnior 9Bm Benjamin Donald Leith Madison Letters and Science The is: — " lieat — Characteri- tics. Distribution, and Food ' alue. " Among the sons of men lioiv few are knoivn? " Haruv William Lkonarh Madison " lutty " Pharmacy Thesis: — Prcparaliun of Salicylic Acid from ( )il of W ' intergreen. " He is not so i reat in looks, bnl Oil! his ' d ' ays! " Jamls Xicholo Lightbody . ... La Crosse " JIM " Engineering T B n Engineers ' Club, Vice-President (4). Thesis: — Investigation of Available Systems for Long Distance Electric Roads. " Say, felloivs, Iiave you seen Charlie Steinniet: ' s neiv book. ' " Anukevv Lulblrc Spokane, Wash. Engineering T B n Thesis: — Design of Steel Arch for Crossing of I. C. R. R. with S. W. Electric Railroad. " Much rain u ' cars the marble. " Carl M.vkcus John Luedeks . . . Columbus " cullie " " heinie " Engineering Track (1), (2); Clee Club (4). Thesis: — The Investigation of the IMerits of Stone Quarry at Burke, Wisconsin, with Reference to Sale of Out- put. Principally in Madison and ' icinity. " ' i ' cnl to school zcith Carnso. " -- N(iUS AlAcARrm ' K Snperior " . IAl " E.ngiiicei ' iih Crew. Vice-Commodore (M). Commodore (4): Monastics: V. V. S. S. . m. Soc. . L E.. President (4); Student Conference. Thesis; — Test of Boilers and .Xuxiliarics of tlie Capitol Heating and Power Plant. " What is life zcithont a gun? " Senior Sl fn Delyle Howard McDermaid . . Rochford, III. " mac " " Kin " Letters and Seience Thesis: — Maryland Under Governor Sharp. " Our feelings and our thoughts tend ever on and rest not in the Present. " Ja.mes John McDonalu Centuria " mac " Letters and Science ■! A A Western Intercollegiate Magazine. Circulation Manager (3); Hesperia. Blowout Closer (1), Secretary (2), Semi-Public (2). Junior Ex. (3). Final Oratorical (3). Vice-President (3). President (4). Thesis: — Historical Development of the Doctrine of Con- tributory Xegligence. " A big abstainer for so small a man. " Robert Ernest McFari.. nd . . Graiid Rapids " ecck " Engineering Thesis: — Tests for AX ' ater Power Development at Prairie du Sac. " Boys, I got them all but si.v. " Oliver Philip McKee Thorp " mac " Letters and .Science Thesis: — The Telegraph. " Anybody want a good operator f DorcLAS Francis McKev .... Janesville " doug " " .mac " Letters and .Science . A Monastics: Cardinal (1); Badger Board; Y. M. C. . . Executive Committee. Thesis: — The New York Stock E-xchange During the Years 1903 and 1904. " Central, gi- e me 6j. " .... Ja.mes Donald McLean Beloil " jim " Engineering V. V. Engineers ' Club. President (4). Thesis: — Investigation of the Tar Forming Temperatures of Representative .American Coals. " Mac, you ' re there. " 73 fe»fnior 9S)tn Francis Bartholkmew McMahon " mac " Medicine Yellow Helmet. " Ill ' c ' iiio z ' crilas. " Milwaukee Clifford LeRoy M( Fii.t-k.v . . . Ft. .Ilkiiisoii " .mac " " p. " Coiniiwrce 2 X Skull and Crescent; Inner Gate; Monastic; Edwin Booth Club. Business Manager (2). (U); Junior Play Com- mittee; Badger Board; Senior Play Committee; Chair- man Prom Reception Committee; Senior Swing-C ut Committee. Thesis: — Scientific Location of a ilodern Industry. " Bicdcrstadt isii ' l in it with inc. " -M. RK Fref.man McXowx Mansion " . IAC " Acjricnltnic Thesis; — Drainage of the I ' niversity JIarsh. " A great, a good, and a riglit mind I ' .f a kind of divinity lodged in flesh. " James Bernard McA ' lltv Avoca " .M. c " Agriiulliii ' C Thesis: — Investigation of tlie -Metliods Used in Live Stock Advertising. " Tliere is a woman at tlie beginning of all great tilings — et ' cn me. " Juan Gcico Mac. rae(; Binalonan, Pengasinan. P. I. " mac " Engineering International Club. Thesis: — Test on Bond Strength Hetwcen Reinforcement and Concrete Cured L ' nder Water. " Tlie Freedom of the Philif fines is his as iralion. " J. MFS M.MXLANii Raciiie " im " Engineering Thesis: — Measurement of the Iron Losses of Trans- formers. " Beauty coninionly frodnces love — but not in III V case. " 74 fernior St rn Harvey Augustus Malig .... Miki aukcc " harve " " chesty " Lazv Philomathia, Freshman Dec, Semi-Public (2), Secretary (-): President, Law Council (5). Thesis: — Procedure in Assignments. " Jacqiie is in love zvith my dahnciiig. " Karl Iowry AIann Milzcaukcc Letters and Science K i; : A A. Scabbard and Blade; Class Football C2) ; Track (ll. (2); Class Basketball (1), (2), (3), (4); Cadet Corps, First Lieutenant (2J, Captain (3), Major (4); Junior Prom Committee (3); Badger Board (3); Dailv Cardinal (1), Associate Editor (4); Class Glee Club (3); Stu- dent Conference (2), (3); U. W. Tennis Association, Secretary and Treasurer (3) ; Advertising Club. Cor- responding Secretary (4). Thesis: — Community Civics in Wisconsin. " Much ado about nothing. " Patrick Hekrv [ARTIN .... Fond dii Lac " pat " Letters and Science Scabbard and Blade; Cadet Corps, Second Lieutenant (2). Captain (3), Lieutenant Colonel (4). Thesis: — The Presidential Election of lS5li. " The D. T. ' s across the lake will miss an able captain. " Setsu Masuda Takanuilsn, Japan Letters and Science International Club. Thesis: — Money and Banking in China. " A knight from fair Nippon. " Arthur Edwin May Madison " noisy " Engineering Civil Engineering Society, Secretary (4). Thesis: — Hydraulic Ram. " Noisy, even for an engineer. " Fred Merk Miki ' ankcc " I kitz Letters and Science I ' B K : A T Philomathia, Joint Debate (4) ; Winner Final Oratorical Contest (4); Wisconsin Representative Northern Ora- torical League Contest (4). Thesis; — Injunctions in Labor Disputes. " A countenance more in sorrow than in anger. " 75 Senior 9Bm Alfred Henry Meyer Grafton " larky " Agriculture Country Life Club, Vice-President. Thesis:— The Chemical Function of the Soil Separates. " See. ' I in a ijraftcr from Grafton. " Erwix Aaron Meyers Evansville " hank " Letters and Science A t : ' l ' AT;ii2P Athenae, Blowout Closer (1), Semi-Public 12); Joint De- bate (4); Intercollegiate Debate (3|; Student Confer- ence (3), (4); International Club; V. M. C. A., Vice- President (3), Cabinet (4). Thesis: — A Curtailment of the Use of Injunctions in Labor Disputes. " La FoUette will liave to go some if lie zcants to heej ahead of nic. " Bert Miller . De Smet, S. D. Engineerinq H K N Thesis:— Test of a IGOO K. W. Corliss Engine Exhaust Steam Turbine Engine. " Perseverance is a Roman z ' irlue that zi ' ins each godlike act. " Ralph Kenneth Mitchell .... Milicankee " .mitch " Medicine N A llronze Kev; Hammer and Tongs; Aesculapius; Track Team (2), (3), (4); Student Conference (.3); Caduceus. Thesis : — The Germicidal Action of the Sodium Salts of Todo. y-Iodoso, and lodbenzoic Acids, and of Sodium Peryhthalate in Comparison with that of Phenol. " He dashed through college; He ' ll dash through life. " Roger Sherman Moore Brodhead " ping " Engineering ' J ' hesis; — Test of Boilers and .Vuxiliaries of the Capitol Heating and Power Plant. " Congratulate me, boys, I made an eight o ' clock-. " Charles James Moritz Madison " dutch " " CHI ' CK " Engineering A I ' Scabbard and liladc; Cadet Corps. Second Lieutenant (2). Captain (.■!), .Major (4); Tumor Prom. Chairman; Mandolin Club (1), (2), C3). Thesis:— Statistics of Comparative Cost and Operation of Twenty -five Wisconsin Water Utilities. " am a charter member of the Nutzmeyer Club. " 76 fefnior 9$m George Lee Morris J olid. III. " lee " " mones " Engineering Civil Engineering Society (3). {4); Class Baseball (1). (2), Captain (3); Class Basketball (1), (2). Thesis; — Design of a Two and Three-Hinged Spandrel- Braced Steel Arch Highway Bridge. " IVhere can one be happier than in tlie bosom of his family? " Harold Hulett Morris Racine Letters and Science Danieils Chemical Society, President (4). Thesis: — Cerium Selenate. " His science is but a mere heap of facts. not a golden chain of truths. " Frank Morrison Madison " MORRi " Agriculture K J r ; A Z ; A T Wisconsin Country Magazine (2), (3). (4); Hoard Press Club, Secretary-Treasurer (3), President (4). Thesis: — Studies of the Storage and Germination of Potatoes. " My " wife says " AViLLiAM Ulysses Murrish . . . Mazomanic " bill " Engineering H K N Thesis: — Design of a Ballast for a Tungsten Lamp, " His hobby is speedy motor boats. " George Harold Nickell Waukesha " nick " Engineering Class Basketball (3); Class President (2( : Prom Commit- tee; Class Pipe Committee, Ch;iirman (3); Union Social Committee (3). Thesis: — Investigation and Design of a Hydro-Electric Power Plant on tlie Rod Cedjir River at Irvington, Wisconsin, " A man may laugh, but lie cannot ahvays groiv fat on it. " William Louis Ninabuck .... Columbus " bill " Letters and Science A A Daily Cardinal (2); Badger Board. Thesis: — The Development of the Popular Magazine. " Please don ' t call me ' ! innv. ' " fernior Sl rn Haskell Noyes Milzi ' aukcc " HAC K Law Z Sr Yellow Helmet: Basketball Coach (2), (3), (4); Manager Interstate Basketball Tournament. Thesis: — Cleaning and Effect of the Suicide Clause, Sane or Insane, in a Life Insurance Policy. " He slroived lis that the unadulterated brand of college spirit they use at ] ' ale could be intro- duced at Wisconsin. " Frank Richard Xuzl ' m Janesville " doc " N A Medicine Aesculapius. Thesis: — The Form and Relation of the Cartilages of the Bronchial Tree. " His sl ecialty you ask: why picking out dead ones. " Chicago, III. .Albert Hexrv Ochsner . . " doc " " al " Letters and Science Haresfoot Club; Senior Play Committee. Chairman; In- ternational Club; Union Social Committee (4); Circus Committee (i). Thesis: — Legal Status of Chicago Parks and Park Com- missioners and Their Development Since 1S96. " My country is the xvorld: my countrymen are all mankind. " Sigurd Louis Odegard Merrill " ode " Letters and Science Ilesperia. Semi-Public (2). President (4): Nora Samlag. President (3); Student C " onference (4). Thesis: — Cost of Operating Electric Utilities. " Methods are the masters of masters. " - lfred Geoffrv Oehler Lake Mills " dutch " " mood " Engineering Band (1), (2), (3), (4); Glee Club (3), (4). Thesis; — Guarantee Test on a llXM) K. V. AUis-Chalmers Turbo (ienerator Equipped with Westinghouse-Le Blanc Condenser and 5(41 H. P. .Sterling Boiler with Jones I ' nderfeed Stroker. " Tlie Harvest Moon has a rival when he smiles. ' ' RoiiERT CoN.NOR (I ' M alley Madison " BOn " Commerce Student Conference (4); Commercial Club (3), (4). Thesis: — The Law of Chattel Mortgages. " Noiv in the hanking business. " 78 fetrnior Sl m Albert Wallace Orr .... Springfield, Mo. " senator " Laiv Thesis: — Special . s essment5 Under the Constitution. " A lav- ' yer of some dispute. " Edwin Pavlus Milzcaiil CL " ed " " eddie " Engineerinij Awema. Thesis; — Design of Concrete Trestle. " Who ' s got some Peerless? " William Gilchrist Pearsall . McGregor, Iowa " billy " Engineering A K E : T B n Wisconsin Engineer, Editor-in-Chief (4). Thesis: — The Development and Operation of a Low Grade Gold Mine. " Got that mine car done yet, Bill? " Alvix Bexja.min Peterson . . Soldiers Grove " pete " Lmv K 2 ; A A President. Inter-Fraternity Council. Thesis: — Wisconsin Rule for Erroneous Rulings for Error in Trial Courts. " Why, at Minneapolis. I passed for the President ' s son. " John Pettijuhn Madison Letters and Science Thesis; — Recent Developinenl of Non-Partisan Politics. " I reiterate: the age of chivalry is never past. " Paul Francis Pfeil Fond du Lac Pharmacy A X i; Thesis: — Pharmacopoeial Zinc Salts. " The girl that gets me is lucky. " 79 feeniot 9 en Erxst Leopold Pfi.axz Milicaukee " dutch " Engineering Thesis; — Study of Rolling Resistance of Electric Cars of Low Velocities. " Oh! Those cJieese sandwiclics. " Roy Chester Phipps Milzi ' ankee Engineering Sphinx (2), (3), (4); Art Chairman. Badger; Wisconsin Magazine (3); Prom Committee. Thesis; — Guarantee Test of a 1.000 K. W. Allis-Chalmers Tnrbo-Cienerator E(|uipped with a Westinghouse-Le Blanc Condenser and a 500 H. P. Sterling Boiler with Jones Underfeed Stokers. " McCuti-hcon 11. " Ralph Pomerov G(iv,f Mills " pom " Letters and Science Thesis; — A Study of the Dilferent Wood Charcoal with Regards to Their Altsorption Power for ' arious Gases and Coloring flatter. " A filler of vile vials. " Louis Frederick Pope Racine " .mick " Engineering Thesis; — Design of a Water Supply System for ;i Manu- facturing Plant. " All philosophy lies in ttco icords, — sustain and abstain. " Orville Braniiox Porter Madisor Letters and Science Thesis; — William Pitt and His Policy of Colonial Expansion. " Memory is the Ihiiii I forget witli. " RoHERT Lewis Post .Madison " boh " Agriculture A Z Wisconsin Country Magazine, Morticultural Editor (4); Hoard Press Club, Vice-President (4): Agricultural Society, Treasurer (, " ?); Grafters ' Club, Chief Forager (3). Thesis:— T " he Cost of Production of Small Fruits, " ll ' hencc is thy learninu. ' " 8o feentor 9Btn William Harold Plch Racine " bill " Engineering Class Football. Thesis: — Increasing the Economy of the U. W. Heatins Plant Boilers. " He zi ' ouid have done things for Wisconsin if the Faculty had let liini. " Andrew LkRov Quiclkv .... Lake Gciicza " pud " " quiq " Pharmacy A X 2 Thesis:— The Medicated Waters of the U. S. P. " Beliei ' c nic, I can lanncli the love talk. " William Joseph Qi-iglkv Antigo " bill " Medicine Yellow Helmet. Thesis: — Cause of Oedma in Frog. " Come on, Xet. let ' s have another. " Arthur Henry Willlv.m Raetz.mann . Elroy " baron " Engineering Thesis: — Permeability of Concrete Blocks. " Behold! Simplicity of character is the natnral result of frofonnd thought. " Emil Rauchenstein liice Lake Agriculture Class Football Team {-); . gricultural fjterary Society. Treasurer (3). Thesis;— A Study of the Families of the High Record Guernsey Cowv. " Du bisi li ' ic cine Blnme. " Thomas William Reillv . . Port Washington " tom " Engineering Civil Engineering Society (2), (3), Secretary H). Thesis:— Study of Valve Action in Reciprocating Pump , " An engineer lAio is on the ' level. ' " 8i Senior 9 fn Oscar Rennebohm Miki. ' aiikee " renne " Letters and Sciciuc Awema ; Powers ' Pharmaceutical Society. President (4). Tliesis: — Literature on New Remedies. " Reserve may he pride fortified in ice. " ' iLL Cleveland Rever Colby " bill " Coiiiiiieree Athenae, Vice-President (3). President U) ; International Club, Corresponding Secretary. Thesis: — A Study of the New ' ork Stock and Bond iWarket (or 1909 and 1910. " Ahvays in a Inirry. " TnOM. s AIvRRK REVNOLns .... Milwaukee " tommy " Engineering Cadet Corps, Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster f3) ; Civil Engineering Society, Treasurer (4). Thesis: — The Resistance of .Single and Double Truck Electric Railway Cars. " Soldiers looked at as titey ought to be are to the zvorld as poppies to cornfields. " .Arch Elpredge Richards .... Genez-a. III. Letters and .Science K I ' Inner Gate; Yellow Helmet; Freshman Football; Track (2), (3), Captain (4). Thesis: — History of (Office of District .Attorney. " He could run the linudred — and lie did. " Griffith Richards Madison " rich " Agriculture A Z Student Conference. Thesis: — Corn Silage for P»eef Production. " To be great is to be misunderstood. " W ' lLLiA.M DcxcAx RiCH.vRDSox . . Mil ' d ' aukec " rich " Letters and Science Ben Iron Cross; Monastic; Skull and Crescent; Inner Gate; Co.xswain Varsity Crew (2), (3); Athletic Board (4); A ' ice-Commodore Crew (. " J); Haresfoot; Senior Play Committee; Chairman, Circus (4). Thesis: — . Criticism of Thackeray ' s ' anity Fair. " His Alma .Mater is better for having known liim. " 82 Senior 9 en Chapin Roberts Oak Park. III. " chape " Engineering 4, r Monastic; Mandolin Club (2), (3), (4J. Thesis: — Efficiency Test of a Producer Gas Plant. " Oh, keep me innocent ; make others great. " Aliion Fulton Robertson . Liiingston, Mont. " bob " " baldy " Engineering Thesis: — Development and Exploitation of a Western Coal Deposit. " A drop of steam hit mc. " John Samuel Roessler Madison Agriculture Aegis Association, President: Joint Debate, 1S8S. Coin- mencement Orator, 18SS; General Editor, Aegis, ISST; Fellow in History, 1S8S-1S90; Thesis: — Relative Affinity of Seeds for Water. " He proved he could ' conic back. ' " Chester Ferdinand Ruhx .... Miki ' aukee " chet " Commerce K :; Track, " W " (2), (,3), (4); Class President (1); Edwin Booth Dramatic Club, Play (4); Junior Play; Inter- national Club, Vice-President (4); Chairman, Board of Directors. Tliesis: — The Process in Manufacture of Well, Nailed, and Standard Screw Shoes. " Will 1 continue a matinee idol in the cold, cold ivorldr Jesse James Ruble Plaltezille " JESSE J. " Letters and Science A Z P ; ! A T Athenae; Junior E.x; Junior Open, Winner; Final Ora- torical Contest, Winner; Wisconsin Representative, Northern Oratorical League (3), Executive Commit- tee, Northern Oratorical League. Thesis: — A Commission Form of Government for the Counties of Wisconsin. " Plainly an eloquent man. " Carl W ' ii.lia.m Sagen . . . Centerville, S. D. Letters and Science Thesis: — Monopolies and the Cost of Living. " Never mind the expenses; we have lots of ' em. " 83 fefnior Q rn Raymond Young Sanders .... Chicago, III. " ray " " sandy " Agriculture 2 X Track Team (3), (4); Varsity Relay Team (3); " W " ; Sphinx, Assistant Business Manager (3), Business Manager (.4); Vice-President, Inter-Fraternity Bowl- ing League (4). Thesis:— . ' X Study of the larket ' alues of Hogs from liHiO to 1910 Inclusive. " By golly. Dot ' s right. ' ' D.wiD Joseph Saposs Mikvaukce " have " Letters and Science . thenae, Closer Freshman Blowout, Closer Semi-Public (2), Closer, Joint Debate (4), President (4). Thesis: — Requirement Fulfilled by Participation in Athenae-Philomathia Joint Debate. " A Daniel come to Judgment. " George Allen Scarcliffe Janesville " scotty " Engineering Thesis: — Investigation of Proposed Track Elevation of C. M. St. P. Tracks at Milwaukee Terminal. " Hoot inon! I ' d make a bonny sponge. " Ervvin Arthur Schacht Racine " skimmel " Commerce Bronze Key: Track Team (2). Thesis: — Determination of Credit Risks. " Good humor is one of the best articles of dress a man can wear in society. " Walter Phil Schatz Wayside Letters and Science Thesis: — Urban Conditions as EfTecting Juvenile Morality. " .I hit makes lie With all xvho see His smiling physiognomy. " Herbert Edoar Sch.midt Superior " herb " Engineering v. VV. Mining Club, President (4). Thesis: — The Development and Exploitation of a Lead and Silver Mine in the Coeur DWlene District. Idaho. " hope some time to make a gold mine mine. " 84 feirnior 9$cn Lef. Rov Adolph Schoexmanx . . . Madison " dutch " Agriculture Thesis: — The Chemical Properties of Soil Separates. " Xichts fur Ungut. " Harvev Haseltixe Scholfield . . . ll ' ausau " harve " Agriculture •i ' T Thesis: — History of the Packing Industry. " Xone of these open houses for mine. " Hexky Ch. rles Schrank, Jr. . . Milzccnikee " heine " Letters and Science A T Manager " arsity Basketball (4); Junior Play (3). Thesis: — Lemon Flavors. " Oh quit, Ferd. " John Atgust Schreier ilikcautcee Chemistry Thesis: — Analysis of Wood Distillates. " Those wanting ivit affect gravity, And go by the name of solid men. " Robert Luuis Schuetter -Ippleton " bob " Commerce Yellow Helmet: Commercial Club; Chairman, Refresh- ment Committee, Junior Prom ; Chairman, Swingout Committee. Thesis: — The Accounting and Management of a Paper Jlill. " stand ' Pal ' on the fussing game. " Joseph Philip Schwaua Milivaul cc Engineering T B n Badger Board; Senior Engineers ' Minstrels (3). Thesis: — The E.xperimental Study of Rolling Resistances of Electric Cars at Low Velocities. " The greater the obstacle, the higlicr it surmounts him it. ' Iw overcomes it. " rnior 99ftt William Louis Schwalbe .... Mikcankee " pete " Enyineeriiig Thesis: — The Investigation of the Flow oi Water Tlirongh Pump Valves. " Slio ' u ' to-night, Guyf " " Xo, Hosl ital. " . lvi. Walter Schwartixg . . . Milzi ' aKkee " al " Coinincrcc t ' lass Swimming Team (3); X ' arsily Swimming Team (4); Senior Swing Out Committee: Commercial Clvib. Thesis: — The Organization and Management of a Stove Manufacturing Plant. " Oil to Gciinany. " Calvin Floyd Schwkxker .... Li? Crosse " cal " " schwenk " Coiniiierce AS ; B r 2 Freshman Crew; Mendota Crew Club (1), (2), to). Treas- urer (4). President (4): Banjo Club (2). (3). (4), Leader (4); German Glee Club (1); Commercial Club, Secretary t3). President (4). Thesis: — . Comparison and Criticism of the New York and Wisconsin Systems of Uniform Classifications of Accounts for Gas and Electric Utilities. " He kiiozi ' eth how to zvork his cords. " ' erner Ephraiii Scott Madison Agriculture Thesis: — The Sin Acid Test tor Fat in Milk and Its Products. " Only the actions of the just Smell siveet and blossom in the dust. " Charles Morrison Scudder .... Marinette " scud " Engineerinii T B n Band (1;, 12), (3), (4); Civil Engineering Society. Thesis: — Fall Increase for Turbine Wheels. " Pledged to Tan Bet for three years. " Charles Richard Skxtox Madison " dick " Commerce H r Z Thesis: — The Business . ilministration of a Wagon Factory. " Keb, sir ; for the chaperones, sir. " 86 Senior ' en Reuben Samuel Shapiro .... Marshfteld " sam " " shap " Engineerinij Class Glee Club (3); Choral Union (3); Engineers ' Min- strel Show (3). Thesis: — An Investigation in the Design of Interior Electric Lighting Systems. " How about your iv ' iskers, Sambo. ' " Jean Thomas Sheaior . . . Kicliland Center Letters and Science Cadet Corps, Sergeant tl), Regimental Sergeant Maj »r (2); Fencing Club (3). (4). President (4). Thesis: — The Development of American Commerce in Brazil and -Argentina -Since 1P(K). . " He should luive gone to Heidelberg. " George Adams Shipley Madison " ship " Letters and Science Football |3). |4). Thesis: — An E.xamination and Comparison of Methods Used in Computations of Cioing Value. " A faithful man is great as any king. " John Lathhop Slade Hinsdale. III. " jack " Engineering A A ; T B n Mandolin Club; Prom Committee. Thesis: — Guarantee Test of 1,000 K. W. Allis-Chalmers Turbo-Generator, Equipped with Westinghouse-Le Blanc Condenser and 500 H. P. Sterling Boiler with Jones Underfeed Stokers. " Three years I ' ve zcasled as an aiiti-fusser. " Alexander Carleton Sl. I)KY . . . Milzi ' aukcc " alec " " sl. d " Engineering Student Conference (4); German Glee Club (1), (2); En gineer Cardinal (3). Thesis:— The Effects of Case Hardening and Heat Treat ing on the Physical Properties of .Steel. " E ' en hunting fills its part in education. " Robert Fi.i.n ' t Smiley Albany Agriculture U. W. Live Stock Club. ' ice-President (4). Thesis: — The Comparative ' a!ue of Ear Corn and Corn Meal, Supplemented with Wheat Middlings and (Jil Meal, for Fattening Pigs. ' 7 am just a simple country boy. " 8; feirnior a rn Harry Forscvthe Smith facksiiuporl Letters and Science Thesis: — Thermal Conductivity of Steel. ■ ' .1 v definition of fussing: Attentions ccithoitt intentions. " Harvey George Smith Brandon " schmitty " Agriculture A Z Agricultural Literary Society, Secretary (2), Vice-Presi- dent (3); Hoard Press Club, Vice-President (3), Sec- retary (4); Student Conference (4). Thesis: — Some Factors in Pollination of Fragaria Chilloensis. " Genius finds its Oii ' n road and carries its ozvn (; » ' . " Kenneth Loveland Smith . City of Mexico, Mex. " smithy " Connncrcc ATA Scull and Crescent; Monastics; Daily Cardinal (1): Soph- omore Smoker Committee. Thesis: — When the Title Passes in Sales of Chattels and Things in Action. " The Sinitli. a niii litv man is he. " Arthur August Sperling . . . .Sheboygan " otts " " spatz " Letters and Science Thesis: — Conversation Work in the Teaching of Modern Languages in Secondary Schools. " The z ' cry gentlest of all human natures, He joined to courage strong. " ' ii.i.i. M Henky Spohn Janesvillc " bill " Letters and Science A A ; A T Iron Cross: Hammer and Tongs: Western Intercolle- giate Magazine, Editor (3); Hesperia, Semi-Public (2). Joint Debate (3), President (4); Nebraska-Wis- consin Debate (4); Student Conference (1); Pipe Cus- todian (3) ; Forensic Board of Control, President (4) ; Class President (4). " His advice is icortli taking seriously. " Benjamin Squires Madison Letters and Science Thesis: — . n Investigation of Truancy in Wisconsin. " Good-fclloivshil ' . his guiding star. " fe)rnior 9 m Wood Stewart Staklhv . . Hot Storings, S. D. " stew " Engineering K l ' : T B n U. V. Band (1), (2), (3), (4); Wisconsin Engineer (2); U. W. Orchestra (1). (2); Haresfoot Orchestra (2); South Dakota Club. President (4). Thesis: — Investigation of Crystalline Rectifiers Under the Influence of High Frequency Oscillations, with Ref- erence to Their Use in Radio Telegraphy and Tele- phony. " ' Anything but Work ' is my motto. " Lewis Arthur St.ark Sun Prairie Letters and Science Thesis: — The Virtues and Vices of New England During the Seventeenth Century. " ll ' hat thou li ' ilt, thou shalt rather enforce ivitli thy smile than hew to it with thy sword. " Harry Xicholl Starkey .... Eau Claire " capt. " " st-arks " Engineering Thesis; — Design of a Concrete-Steel Ore Dock. " Cuj id is blind, — so much so that he wears glasses. " William Starr Eau Claire " dill " Letters and Science ATA Thesis: — Regeneration Processes in Planaria. " ' );; satisfied because I ' m just like inc. " William Steil Madison Letters and Science Thesis: — Fertilization in .Aspidium Cristutum and Pteris Acquilina. " belong to the bird class. " EwALD Daniel Steinhagen . . . Milwaukee " steiny " Engineering Philomathia, President (4) ; International Club. Thesis: — Efficiency of the Overshot Waterwhecl. " Ii7i_v SO [•ale and wan, fond lover? ' ' 89 J Senior 9 m Iamks Stephen ' s Madison " steve " Letters and Seiciice Thesis:— The Influence of Plato Upon Justin Martyr. " Adversity ' s siveet milk, philosophy. " Leo Jushua Stephens . ... La Grange, hid. " steve " " jack " Coininerce Thesis;— The Stores Department of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. " Sh! fellows, I have a dark past. I went to W ' abasl) College. " George Steudel Cliilton " stew " " soup " Engineering Rifle Club. President (4), ' rhesi;s — Test of Compound Engine and Auxiliaries at the Capitol Heating and Power Station. " What do you think of my new tie, Guys. ' " Ross Orville Stine Madison " STINV " Letters and Science Z -1 ' Thesis:— The Element of " Going " alue " in Public L ' tility Valuation. " He succeeds where BUliken fails. " Louis Herman Stoezenhurc . . . Cleveland " STOLZ " Commerce Thesis:— The Elimination of Wood Waste in Cutting. Milling, and Manufactiu ' nig. " Well, here comes the last car. " .X ' athan Clarke Sweet .... Fond dii Lac " n. te " Engineering ■!• H Thesis:— Determination of the Temperature at Whicli Tar is Given Off from t. oal. " The second time, and only a I- ' reshman at that. " 90 fernior 9$m Lyman Robert Talbot . . . Sioux City, loxvu " TABBV " Engineering Scabbard and Blade; Track (3); Cadet Corps (1), (_). (3); Class Treasurer (3). Thesis: — A Valuation of the C. S: X. W. Railway Ter- minal at Sioux City, Iowa. " Never does it rain; AlTi ' ays does it l onr. " Henrv Sterlini, Tavlok . . Sioux City, lozva " TIIBV " Letters und Science •1 ' A A Final t)ratorical Contest (3); Athenae (1), Secretary (2). Vice-President (3), President (4); Commonwealth Club. Secretary (3), Vice-President (4); International Club. " i ai ' e her one of my mother ' s cool;ies. " Charles Earl Ti-Rrv Tomah " tlkk " Engineering Z ' ; H K N ft ' ronastics; Crew (2), Sub, Varsity Crew (3); Prom Dec- oration Committee, Chairman; Student Conference (3); Class Secretary (.3): C.lee Club (4); Varsity Quar- tette (4). Thesis: — E-xperimentation on Ernst Lamps. " Which is higher, this man or liis voice? " Frederick Louis THErRKu .... Milwaiil ee " whiskers " " 1!KEWEI( " Engineering A X Thesis; — Effect of (.lases I ' jion Electrolysis. " There is no lacc lilce tiome. hut let my liome I ' C a Itrcwcry. " Charles Goodwin Thompson lilair " to.m my " Letters and Science Thesis: — Thermal Conductivity of Steel. " .l _v cliicf aml ition is to mal;e my muscles ZL ' ifigle. " Martin John Thci ' ; De Forest " fMl ' HS " Letters and Science Philoniathia, Scmi-Ptiblic (2). Tliesis: — Diplomatic Kclnlions of John Ilay. " Tlie world knon ' s nolliim of its greatest men. " 91 Senior aScn Oscar Be ' jamin Thaykr Delafield " bun " Letters and Sticinc Thesis: — A Uniform Classification of Municipal Receipts and Payments for tlie Towns of ' isconsin. " Now, Oscar, don ' t be roiigli. " Michael Francis Timbers .... Mauston " mike " " mickey " Commerce Monastics; Varsity Baseball (2), (3). (4); Wisconsin Ja- pan Baseball Tour, 1910; " V " ; . thletic Board (3), (4); Manager Commerce Baseball Team (1). (3); Class President (4); Badger Board; Student Confer- ence (4); Commercial Club. Thesis:— Lawness as Typified by the Excesses of the Xight- Riders of the South. " The J ' ery Pineapl le of i ' nascertained Depth. " Floyd George Tindall Bellez ' ille " bones " Medicine r A Thesis: — Reconstruction of Cat ' s Bronchial . rclies. " bridge it. " I ' reiiekkk William Ullius . . . Mil-wankee " fritz " " ferdy " Engineering Gymnastic Team (4). Ihesis:— Comparative Tests on Square and Circular Con- crete Columns Reinforced with Spirally Wound Wire ami Deformed Longitudinal Rods. " .- man titat loz ' es his own fireside. " IliRMw KN .ti, L " li.speri,er Algomo Agriculture . Z . gricultural Literary Society, Vice-President (3); Presi- dent (4); Wisconsin Country Magazine (4); Student Conference (4). Thesis: — . Study of the Factors Influencing the Fertility of Sandy Soils. " Not failure, say I. hul lo-w aim. is crime. " Herman- Helm Veerhusen Vadisou " hum Engineering I ' T; T B n,. .Monastics; Ilanuner and Tongs; Chairman, Class Com- mittee. Badger; Cliairman, I ' inance Committee, Prom; Junior I lay Committee; Treasurer Inter-Fraternity Bowling League 14). " li ' onld rallier be right tlian President. " fernior 9 en George Arthur ollmf.r -Hiiici " joe " Letters aad Science Thesis:— The New York Stock Market in 1S89-1S90. " One of the leading lights of the ' Sunrise League. ' " Ernest Von Geltch Sheboygan " shorty " Engineering H K X ; T B n Thesis: — Investigation of Crystal Rectifiers Under the Inlluence of High Frequency Oscillations, with Ref- erence to Their l " se as Detectors in Radio- Telegraphy. " For the Lord givetli H ' isdoni: out of His mouth Cometh knowledge and understanding. " Leon.-vrd El ' Gexe Vover .... Junction City " sing " Engineering Z 4 ' ; H K N Monastics; Football (1); Crew (1). (2), (3). " V " (3); Student Conference (1), 4); Class Treasurer (3); Union Board (3). (4), Treasurer (4); Athletic Board (4); Circus Committee (4). Thesis: — . n Attempt to Improve the Effciency- of Incandescent Lamps. " He ' s pro-red his ' wortli o ' er and oar. " Robert Dwight Watson . . . Old Fort. Ohio " wattie " Engineering Z -i ' Thesis: — Ediciency of University Heating Plant. " Ohio has produced great men; I am from Ohio. " Paul John Weaver Madison Letters and Science A T o Thesis: — Water Rate Schedule. " Prom? Unii ' ersity Drive is my promenade. " Arnold Adolph Wegner Jl ' ansau " wag " " hoxls " Engineering T B n Thesis: — The Effect of Moisture in Fuel, Charges of Gasoline Engines. " The bleechers cry. ' Behold! behold! It is e ' t ' Cn Hiinns. ' " 93 fernior 9 cn Leslie Longlev Welter . . JMoorcIica d. Minn. " Salome " " leo " Letters and Seienee 2 X Thesis ; — Smoke Abatement. " is better to lia-re loz ' ed and lost Than ne ' ' er to liaz ' e loi ' ed at all. " John Baptist Whelan . . . Chif ' pe ' H ' a Falls Engineering Ihesis: — The Dependence of Demagnetizing Factors for Iron Upon the Nature of the Iron. " Szveet are the thoughts thai savor of content. The quiet mind is richer than a crown. " GiiORt.E Levboukne White Racine " runt " Engineering Student Member, A. I. E. E. (4). Thesis: — Efficiency and Regulation of Transformers. " They that stand high have many blasts to shake them. Ergo, I don ' t. " Hubert Draper White .... Oak Park. 111. " hub " " hi he " .4gricnltnre X A !•: Scat:)bard and I ' dade; Cadet Corps. Second Lieutenant (2), Captain (3). Regimental Adjutant (4); Badger Hoard (3); Student Farmer and Country Magazine; Mandolin Club (1), (2), (3). (4); Musical ' Club, Vice- President (2); Junior IMay. Thesis: — Cankerous Diseases of Apples in Wisconsin. " There are many rare abilities that fortune never brings to light. " W ALTER Evan Wn-n Il ' aul aca " wart " . Uincnlture Football (3), (4); Freshman Crew; Mendota Crew Club (2), Secertary (3). ' Diesis: — A Report on the Plans. Progress, and .Apparent EITciency of the Drain:ige llegun in 11110 on iIk- I ' ni- versity Marsli. " Mc}i of stature are admired in elez ' ated silnaliinis. " Otto Wiese . Avoea. Iowa Letters and .Science Thesis ;--Tri- nleMt Titanium. " Every man rejoices twice when he has a l artner to Ills ioy. " 94 fernior m Henry Goetseels Wild . . . . . MUivaukee " harry " Letters and Science X : A X 2 Yellow Helmet. Thesis: — The Preparation of the Uranates. " Still zvatcrs run deep. " Jesse Wilde Milwaukee " fred " Letters and Science Athenae, Vice-President (3), President (4), Semi-Public; Oratorical Board. Thesis: — Background of the Protestant Revolt. " He alone reads history aright. " Aethi ' r Joseph Williams .... IVaukesha " artie " , " hoc " Medicine A 6; 2 2 Thesis: — Topographical . natomy, " And SO this is your little szveet heart? " Edc r Carpenter Wilson IFausau " highball " Commerce I ' T; B r i: Inner Gate; Yellow Helmet: Freshman Crew. Thesis: — Accounting System for the Vholesale Grocery Bxisiness. " Alas ' . Love is but a tultcry. " Walter Fritz Winholt .... Chicago. III. " doc " Medicine X ' : :: X Inner Gate. Thesis: — Early Stages in the Dexeloptnent of Heart of Chrysemys. " ' purvey medicine for the sottl. " Otto Lons Winter River Falls " niETz " " fat " Letters and Science Acacia. Thesis:— A Study of the Thermal Death-point of Certain Bacteria. " Forego formal sorority receptions? Never! " 95 feifnier 9Peti Archie Lee W ' ithekell Jaiwszille " janesville " Clieinistry U. V. Band (2), (3), (4). Thesis: — The Rate of Crystallization, Especially the Investigation of the Condition which Inhibit and Accelerate the Rate of Growth of Crystals. " Gee. but I have hard luek. " Herman Louis Wittwek Moiiticcllo " witt " , " wittie " Letters and Science U. V. Band ll). (2). (3). (4); U. W. I )rchestra (1), (2), (3), (4): Haresfoot Orchestra (2). (3); Business Manager of Band (4). Thesis: — A Study of the New York Central Stocks and Bonds in Relation to the Money larket. " Be ratlier tvise than ' zvitty ' for much ivit has coninionly much froth. " Ko-rx Wong Canton. Cliina Letters and Science Thesis: — History and Constitutionality of the Chinese Exclusion .Act. " True difpiity is never gained by f lace. and never lost ivlicii Iwnors are zcitltdraivn. " LrciEX Ale . xder Wood .... Fonda. lozi ' a " lute " Engineering Prom Committee (3). Thesis: — Efficiency Test of Producer Gas Power Plant. " They say he played in the Ames band. " Willis Rav.moxu W ' oolkkh . . .Mineral Point " woollie " Engineering H K . Wisconsin Engineer, . ssociate Editor (4). Thesis: — Dependence of Demagnetizing Factors upon tiie Material of the Rod. " Sterling, — and rings true ez ' ery time. " I ' reueruk Charles ' orthix(itox . Milz ankee " worthy " Letters and .Science " ' ellow Helmet; Inter-l ' raternity Baseball League. Presi- dent (4); Inter-Fraternitv Uowting League. Secretary (3): Class Baseball (3). Thesis:— Separation of Lithum t hloride from the Clilor- ides of the Other . lkalis. " il ' orlh makes the man and n ' ant of it the fellozv. " 96 Sifntor SBrn Frank Lulis W ' ukl Appleton " lolie " Eiigiiieeriiti AX2:TBn: AT Thesis: — Dry Galvanizing Process. " ) ' oit ' d never think to tool; at ine that I teas a Tau Bet.- Harold Gf.orgk Vahn JaiiesviUc " KM. " Letters and Science Thesis: — Causes of Fluctuation of Railroad Securities During 1907-190S. " Thront h the wide world he only is alone zi ' lio lives not for another. " ' ILI.1AM Hkrman- Zixke .... Fond du Lac " bill " Conunerce Thesis : — Wholesale Purchasing. " ivas an engineer, but now I believe in making money. " 97 fetnior aMomrn Anna Laurixpa Ai.i-.eks -intigo Letters and Science Thesis:— The Historical Relation of the Homerie and ;Minoan Periods as Expressed in Their Art. " The secret of Iter success was tier constancy of t nrl ose. " Josephine Allvn Madison Letters and Science K K r W islynx. Thesis Course: — Latin. " For site ' s a iotly good fellozu. " Elizabeth Ap Roberts River Falis Letters and Science " I may be slow, but I am t reci(Uis sure. " Mary Ll ' Cille Ayer I ' erona Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Grillparzer. " One can even grow fond of tlie smell of iodoform. " Hazel Babcock Kasola. Minn. Letters and Science K K r Mystic Circle; S. G. A. Board (.4). Thesis Course; — Studies in Ruskin. " Let IIS be silent that ive may hear the zvliispers of the yods. " Harriet Carolyn Baenen .... Green Bay " harry " Letters and Science Thesis : -Relations of Cardinal Wolsey and Hcnr ' lll. " Tennis, tennis, still I cry. Tennis, tennis, ' til! I die. " 98 Senior Mlomen Mabel Loraine Bahk Milwaukee Letters and Science Thesis:— New York Stock Exchange, 1893-4. " Being the only girl in a class doesn ' t embarrass one; it only makes the course exciting. " Marie Bakte.nbach 4blc-nian Letters and Science Keystone; Round Table (3), President (.4); Y. W. C. A. Thesis: — Differences in Meaning in German-English Cognates. " lia-c ' C immortal longings in inc. " Everetta Ethel Bass Montello " EV " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Tennyson. " can promise to be candid, tlio ' I cannot be impartial. " Emma Becker Monroe Letters and .Science Class Basketball (1), (2), )3). Captain (2), University Team (2); " W " ; Baseball (1); Hockey (2); Women ' s Athletic Association. Treasurer (3), Thesis: — Curves Obtained by Inversion from the Cubic, and Its .Special Cases. " She binshes so delightfully. Ain ' t so? " Cornelia Louise Boettce Berlin " betty " Letters and Science Woman ' s Athletic Association; S. G. A. Board. Thesis Course: — Grillparzer. " Betty, here ' s the point, and no-a ' ' s the lime to laugh. " Fern Esther IIcili fiice Lake " F. II. " " fernie " Home Economics Thesis: — A Study of the Cooking Qualities of Different ' arieties of I ' otatoes as .- ffected by Storage. " And he had such beautiful eyes. " 99 fernior aciomrn Sophia Boss Oshkosh " eossih " Letters and Scicnic Thesis Course :—.liihn Ruskin. " Let not your tongue outrun your loil; The it. ' ise full oft in silenee sit. " Maeelle Claire Bredette Siusinaica " MIEs " Letters and Seieuee n B Girls ' Glee Club (3), (4); Red Domino (3). (4); Wiscon- sin Dramatic Society (4); English Club (3); Edwin Booth-RedDomino Play. Thesis: — Richard Jefferies. " Men of talent are men for neeasityns. " Ann Ursula Brennen .... Fort Dodge, la. " JIM. my " Letters and .Seicnee Thesis: — The History of the Texas and Pacific Railroad. " Not that I loz ed ll ' isconsin less, but teaching more. " Beknick Stocktiin IIkhwx Delair, N. J. " bern ' kkv " " ihinnie " Letters and Science Thesis Course; — thistav Freytag. " The Quaker Lady from PJtiladclphia. " Louise Lanhdon Buck . . . Plaltsburg, N. V. " wkeze " Letters and Science Glee Club. Thesis;— Some of the Influences Important in the Life of Moliere. " Hapl y is the man ' cvho has that in his soni zchich ads upon the dcjecled as Afril airs » ' 0)i violet roots. " Glenna C.- therine Bucklev lieloit Letters and .Science Thesis: — Translations from the Iristia of () id, with Commentary. " Dignity and lore do not blend n ' cll. nor do they continue long together. " fernior flfllomrn Nora Buell Burlington Home Ecoiioiiili ' s r B Wislynx; Red Domino. Thesis: — The Effects Upon the Ultimate Consumer of the Present (Schedule K) Tariff on Wool. " Congratulations, Nora. " Anga Marie Burnsox De Forest Letters and Science Thesis: — The Portrayal of ' nman as Shown in Suder- mann ' s Novels. " just knoic I ' ll be conned in tliis. " Zelda Byrne Ireton, la. Letters and .Science X V. Thesis Course: — Eighteenth Century Drama. " Why girls, I never knew that! " Florence Melaine Carpenter . . . Windsor " floss " Letters and Science Thesis: — A Comparison of the Social Life of the . ge of Oueen Anne as Depicted by Thackeray and Addison. " Oh, born to sooth distress and lighten care. " Bessie Ann Carter Lancaster Letters and .Science AAA Thesis: — Economic C " onditions in Pennsylvania from lliSl to 1740. " To those who hnoiv thee not, no xi. ' ords can [•aint. .hid those who hnoic thee, knoic all words arc faint. " Lucv Ada Case West Allis Letters and Science Hockey (1) ; Freshman Declamatory Contest ; Castalia. Treasurer (1), (4). Junior Orator: S. G. A. Board (2): Consumers ' League. ' ice-President (3); Y. ' . C. A.. Cabinet (2). Thesis: — The Status of .American Women as Influenced f)y the Frontier. " She has narroived her charily and syni athy for the sake of a poor instructor. " m m iX i V Ws m. Senior Ifllomnt Caroline Louise Clausen . . . Clear Lake. la. Letters and Science Bowling (1); Hockey (3): Baseball (3): Women ' s Athletic Association. Thesis: — English-German Cognates Expressing Activities. " Don ' t despair of a student if lie has one clear idea. " Margaret Loretta Collentine -irgyle Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Early Poems of Tennyson. " Being of a gentle and timid disposition she had to liaz ' C sone one to lean on. " Grace Conlax Milzi. ' ankee Letters and Science Thesis: — Certain of George Meredith ' s Moral and i ' .thical Ideals. " That reminds me. " Helen Melissa Connor Marshfield " heinie " Letters and Science n B : e 2 JMortar Board; Cardinal Reporter; Junior Class Play. Thesis Course — Tennyson ' s Poetry. " Best she ' s liked zcho is alike to all. " Mary Storer Con-over Hinsdale, 111. " polly " Letters and Science 1 V Mystic Circle; Wislynx; Class " ice- President Ci) : Bad- ger Board, Sorority Editor (3); Red Domino Play (2), (4); Junior Play Committee (3). Thesis: — The Beginnings of Chicago. " Jolly isn ' t folly in Polly. " Norma Conyne Warren. III. Letters and Science Thesis: — Plamilton as a New ark Party Leader. " One last aaiuainls one icith a soul That to lofty tlionghts doth rise. " fnioc aaiomen Frances Catherine Coon .... Rhinclandcr " coonie " Letters and Science S. G. A. Board (2). Thesis Course: — Gustav Freytag. " A girl who didn ' t kill herself at college. " EsTELLE CoRRv Marincttc Letters and Science S. G. . . Board (4). Thesis: — Ruskin. " Come on up to my room if you zvant to hear a juicy bit of scandal. " Florence Armstroxc; Croskv , . . Rhinclandcr " floppy " Letters and Science n B Thesis: — Study of the Intestinal Surface of Some W ' iscon sin Fish, " Don ' t get excited, girls, it ' s only brother. " RI0 ■ Dahl I ' iroqnu Thesis: — Frontier Defense in New England from 16S9 to ITin. Letters and Science Defense in New Engl: " jriiat s ' weet delight a iinici life affords. " Acnes Helene Dahle ,1 . Horcb " norsky " " acony " Letters and Science X ! Thesis: — . ' Comparison of the Conditions of Slavery in ' irginia and Louisiana from 185U-lStiO. " Good-nature is stronger than tnmahazvks. " Marie Wakrex Damon liki aukcc Letters and Science Iv K I ' Thesis Course — Tennyson ' s Poetry to 1S50. " He thine own self akvays and Ihnu art lovable ' fernior Wlloinrn Elizabeth Makv Davis Madison " sis " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Tennyson After 1850. " I never thought before I could eoinbitie Domestic Science and Tennyson. " ARGARET Franxes Davison .... Fo.v Lake " davy " Letters and Science n B Thesis: — Drama of the Eif nieentli Century. " Her laugh is sunshine in the house. " IIkatrice Mari. . Davtun . . .Mason Lity.Ia. " I ' .l- a " Letters and . ' Science K A e Tliesis: — Relation Between Repetition and Retention. " -- Bca without the slini Ivit iK ' ith the lioney. " Esther Ethei, DeBoss Madison Letters and Science IJaseball V ) Hockey (3): Women ' s . thletic . ssociation. Thesis: — Narrative Technique of t ieorge Eliot. " Not a wliale, but a good-sized shark. " .Ai.iiiA Decei.er . Iilzi.-aukee " I. A iir( HESSi: " Letters and Science Wisconsin Dramatic Society. Play (4); French Play (3); tierman I ' lay (3). (-1): .Societc ties l.angues Romanes, Secretary (3). t41. Thesis;- W ' onun in Hlo Tudui " s Dramas. " is lictlcr to li ' i ' C in llie clouds than in innd. Ih)-icc ' , ' cr thick and solid it may be. " llKSsiic H(). Kii De.xtkr Madisou Letters and Science A 1 ' lllack r.at, ■riiesis:--Hibliogra|ihy of llie History of Wisconsin. " Her greatest care is lack of care. " 104 feifnior aoomrn EsTELLE Madeline Didier .... Rhinclandcr " stell " Letters and Science Thesis: — Thackeray ' s Work in Caricature. " Oh, girls, some one Just scut inc a huuch of violets. " Anit. Louise Dohmex Milccaukcc " nita " " nhte " Home Hcunoniics (ierm Play. Thesis: — Domestic Service in the United States. " Yes, fame RVXS in llic family. " Mak(;aket Du.mphv St. Panl. Minn. " MARGOt " " .MARt, " Letters and .Science Thesis: — -Attitude of England rnward tlie American Civil War. " Interest in tlie social l roblcms of to-day never hnri anyone. " Grace Sue Dixw hupii; Monroe Letters and .Science s A C.irls ' Glee Club. Thesis: — German Synonyms and Cognates. " The society of an nndergradnate is so nninter- csliny compared zcilli lliat of an educator. " Mathieiia Elsie Egge. er Marinette Letters and Science Thesis: — History of the Menominee Indians. " Hay rieks, cov. ' kicks. Varsity, varsity, agri.w " Evelyn Emerson Chiffcwa Falls " HEV " Letters and Science II B Thesis Course: — Kuskin. " Let ' s go down to .Sclrn ' oeg ' s! " 105 fnior aaiomfn Esther Johanna Erb ippleloii Letters and SciciiCL ' Tliesis: — English-German Cognates Denoting Qualities. " U ' lierc is the broom. ' " Anita May EscHKNBURn .... Cliicago, III. " TITBIF. " Letters and Seieiice X 9. r.asketball (1), (2). (3). (4); Tennis (1), (2); Women ' s . thletic Association. Thesis: — Occupations of the Roman Women During the .Vugustan Period. " Come out in the hall and tell me the point to that joke. " Kayutah Ferrar Madison " KI ' Te " Letters and Seienee ' I ' hesis:— The Influence of La Bruyere on the Works of Le Sage. " Honest, nozc. Kayntah. did yon eoine to eollege just to stndy. ' " Leone Marie Fe.ss Madison Home Economies S. G. . . E-xecutive Board. Thesis: — ( )]d and New ' ievv-s on Digestion of Proteins, and the Value of Modern Food Analysis. " Wherever she finds herself in life she ' ll inal:e a flood addition. " 1L rru:t Josephine Fink .... Paris. Tenn. " Alice " Thesis:— England ' s ( Ipinion of P.ismark. " It ' s too bad Frohman doesn ' t hnoic that she is such a good stage manager. " Bei.i.e Louise Fi.eek Brodhead Letters and .S ' eienee r li Thesis Course:— Early T ' uem of .Mired ' Teunyson I ' p to 1852. " It ' s fan to have a ernsh because then there are so many inlcreslint things fur yonr meinorv book. " ' io6 fernior ?iaiomrn Kaihkvx M. R(;aket Fordyce .... Pliillifs " k. tie " " II aggie " Letters and Seiciicc X o W ' omen ' s Arhletic Association; C ' lass Vice-President (1); I ' .adgcr Board (3). Thesis Course: — Tennyson. " iL ' onder if Danny ■will let me go to that show ! " DORUTHv Fr. ' nkenburges Madison " hot " Letters and Science ii r Mystic Circle; ] lurtar Board; 1-ied Domino; Senior Play Committee. Thesis: — A Study of the .Adaptations of the Xl Book of Virgil ' s Aeneid in tlie Drama of France, Germany, and England. " Track season is sncli a l orc. " Cynthi. Pearl Probert Frev ladisun Letters and Science Castalia. President (4). Thesis: — Tennyson ' s Earlier English Idyls. " leave the dinner dishes for N. J. to ivash in the morning. " Lillian M. rv I ' koggatt Middlclon " lii.i. ' Letters and Science Thesis: — The Women of Freytag ' s " Die . bnen. " " would like to get thin, hut I don ' t xt ' ant to starve myself. " Josephine Mvkti.e Gath Madison " } " " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Gustav Freytag. " She recites. " Florence Lea Gosseli.v Green Bay Music V !■ B " Pid I miss any tinnr rails ' " 107 fe cntcrr aaiomcn .Mae Lillian Graham Madison Letters and Science Thesis: — Some IVoblenis in Confornial Representation. ■■ didn ' t care much about engineering calculus: but I did like the engineers. " BlCSSIE GeRTRUUE GuLLlFORD .... Oskkostl Letters and Science A r Thesis; — . Literary . ppreciation of the Eclogues of Virgil. " Learning makes nie fit company for myself. " .Margaret Orea Haherma.vx Lodi " marg " Letters and Science Thesis; — Theocritus. " Though tier first and only hfc is a dead lan- guage, slie is by no means a dead one. " AFargaret B. Habhegger Watertoivn " gretchen " Letters and Science Thesis; — English-Ciernian Cognates Denoting . nimals and Plants. " True to the beginning and the end. " L.wiNA LvciLE Haihiuw River Falls Letters and Science Thesis Course;— Tennyson ' s Poetry from 1S50. " ]] ' hoever thinks her faulty z -ork to see. Thinks ivhat ne ' er was. nor is. nor e ' er shall be. " Leoxor. Hami ' .ki.iht Madison " .NIIK " Letters and .Science Thesis:— Methoils of .SVin Infection. ■■ ha-ce long dreamed of such a kind of man, [hit beino a-cake. I do desfisc my dream. " ro8 fefnior aaiomctt Lulu Ruth Hamrkixht Madison " i.u " Letters and Science Thesis: — Leslie Stephen as a Critic. " Now Heaven bless lliat sweet face of thine. " LoRETTO Frances Hannax .... Milivaukee Letters and Science S. G. A. Board (4). Thesis: — Tlie l_ ' niterl States as a Litigant at The Hague Court. " Freshman: ' IT hat sluill I z ' rite a theme oiif Loretto: ' Paper. ' " Medora Emmeline Harker .... DodgeviUc Letters and Science Castalia, Secretary (3), ' ice-President (4); Y. W. C. A., Cabinet (4): Consumers ' League, Treasurer (3). Thesis: — The Effect of ' arious Chemicals on the Tran- . spiration of Plants. " For slie is zcise, if I can jiidijc of tier. And trnc slic is as slic liatli proxcd herself. " Hester Lewis Moore Harper .... Madison Letters and .Science K A e Keystone; Women ' s .Athletic . ssociation; Pythia. President (4). Thesis: — The Iniluence of the Essays of . ddison and Steele on Those of ()Iiver (ioldsmith. " .-1 Still, small I ' oicc. " Fleurette Sophia Hartwk: . . . ll ' atertown " fluty " Letters and Science Baseball Team (2); Women ' s Athletic .Association; Senior Play Committee; Junior Class Play (3). Thesis: — Tragic Guilt in Grillparzer ' s Drama--. " Tlic ivorld is a comedy to those who think: a tragedy to those ivho feel. " Marcarkt Louise Heam Madison " HEIi|). " Letters and .S ' cience A l " : H K Thesis: — Empedocles in Lucretius. " Hold not my honors nor my learning against me, for my heart l incth to he like other human beings. " fernior WHomrn Xkll Hki;bekii La Crosse Letters and Science Thesis: — Transjiortation on ititr Mississippi. 1S3T to ISGO. " O tt inc (7 duel: boat and some good spring Zi ' eallier and 1 can forget all my cares. " LuRA Fellows Heilmax Evansz ' ille Letters and Science A r Thesis: — William ' aughn Moody ' s Dramatic Works. " Meek and mild. " Irma Hellp.erg Milicaukee " m ' TCH " Letters and .Science . X ! .Tiinior Play; German Play; (Icrmanistische Gcsellschaft. E.xecutive Board (4). Thesis: — - Morphological Study of the Development of the Embryo Sac of Telargoniunl. " Official adviser to Thela Delt freshmen. " Grace Cronkrite Hklmek Clinton Letters and Science A r A Thesis: -William Lowdes Yancey. " Tliere is one adz ' antage In talking over the phone. He can ' t see your blushes. " Olive Rosetta Hh.nuku kson . . . I hirlington " rose " Letters and Science Keystone; Choral I ' nion (1), (2); ' . W. f. . .. Cabinet l4): Round Table. President (41. Thesis: — The Explosion ol the M;iine. " She has as many virtues as there are spokes to a zchcel. " Grace . ' XNtiELA Hkssixi; Il ' ludsor Letters and .Science Thesis:— Social and I ' cunumic ConditiiMis in New ' iirk, 170(1-1725. " The library and bucking arc not ahk ' ays synonymous. " no fernior Clloinrn Josephine Heuer Madison " joe " Letters and Science A X n Thesis Course: — Grillparzar. " Oh. you yirls ail have fussers " Elsie Anxa Huebel Madison " els " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Freytag. " Whose chief delight is conversing in German. " Gertride Makv Huhler .... .Vrti ' London " i hef " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Early Poems of Tennyson. " She has a mind like tTventy-seven boolcs in fifteen languages. " Fldrknce Ethel Holkimbe Madison " b. ee " Letters and Science Thesis: — The Faust Theme in German Literature - fter Goethe. " A ' O one ever said anything e.rceft nice things about her. " .M. Lv.vii.A Curtice Hollev Intigo Letters and Science Thesis: — Sir Robert Peel ' s Reform of linglish Criminal Law. " The actions of men are the best inler rcters of their thoughts. " Marki.x Hklkx Hhl.mis Mikcauk-ec II H •! Mystic Circle. ' I ' hesis Course: — Freytag ' s I-ife and Works. " So szceel and fair and on the square. " Ill feenior aiaomcn Helex Amaxoa Hood FairchUd " heinie " Letters and Science X r; Thesis C ' Uirse: — Freytag. " A ' o. I can ' t say I ' m crazy about thai hat. " Hazel Housek ilondovi " peek " Letters and Seienee r ' l B Thesis Course: — " As Vou Like It. " " It ' s a short life, but a gay one — tltat ' s icliy I like to be engaged. " FlOren ' CE Ione Hugill Darlington " peg " Music X L Tennis Team. " Oh. hozv I lihc Beans! " Hester Antoinette J.vcobs . . . Ocoiiouioivoc Letters and Science K . e Wislynx; Mortar Board; S. G. . . Board (3): 1 " . W. C. A. Cabinet (4). Thesis: — The Treatment of Nature in Ovid. " The awful responsibility of being an exain[yle to little sister! " LiLLiAX Augusta Jaedei kk .... U ' atertozvn " joxxy " Letters and Science Women ' s Athletic Association: Hockey (1), (2). (3), (4), Captain (3); " W " ; Baseball (2). (3). Thesis: — Storm and Stress, Its Influence on Goethe ' s Life and Works. " German ' s only a side issue: I ' m really majoring ill gym. " Ada I ' ' raxces James .... Siou.r City, loiva " tin[_ i v " Letters and Science Pythia. Vice-President il). Treasurer CJf. Thesis: — Bourgeoise Life as Portrayed in the Dramas of the Seventeenth and lughteenth Centuries. " She is C ' cer Kliiii iiiii to her Bill. " 112 Senior aaiomcn Mary Elizabeth Jamks Il ' ales " jimmie " Letters and Science Thesis; — Pickering as a Cabinet Member. " you don ' t strike the right college at first, keep right on till you do. " VViLHELMiNE JoHAXXE.s Mikvaukec " MINNIE " Letters and Science Tliesis ' — A Study in the Description of tlie I ' ersonai Appearance of the Characters in German Xovels. " used to umnt to keep young. " Edna Grace Johnson . . . Siou.x Falls. S. D. " Johnnie " Letters and Science Castalia, President (4); Y. W. C. A.. Cabinet C-). d). Vice-President (3) ; Keystone. Thesis Course: — Ruskin. " One person can ' t do everything ; hut some make a good bluff at it. " Julia Winifreh Johnston . . . Oak Park, III. " u in " Letters and .Science Thesis Course; — Slielly. " Subtle! Hoii ' I love that word. " Ruth Margaret Johnson . . . Colgate. X. D. Letters and Science Thesis: — Public Lands in North Dakota. " guess you ' d worry, too, if you knen ' as little as I do. " Marion Keats Milwaukee Letters and .Science A Thesis; — A Comparative Study of the Story of Phaedra as Told by Euripides. Seneca, and Racine. " Keats said, ' .I thing of beauty is a joy forever. " ' 113 fernior flClomrn Chkistmay Kei.lv Mihuaiikec Home licoiiiiiiiiis r.asketball Team (1); Hockey Team O); Women ' s Ath- letic Association: Enthenics Club, President t4). Thesis : — A Little Used Segumimnis Food, the Ciarbanzo. " Il ' licii she ' s around tlicic ' s always sure To be a luerry Clirisliuas. " GicKTKL ' iii-; Ki ' RHKu Tofteko. Kail. Letters and Seieiiee A Ivtystone: liadger Board; Pythia; Junior Ex.; S. ( " ,. . , lioard (-), N ' ice-President (.S), President (4); Y. . C. A.. Treasurer (.3). Thesis; — Conformal Representation Determined by Cer- tain ' I ' ransformations. " Have pity on this poor old maid Who ' s so diseonsolate and dismayed. " FLORKNtK Katherink Klaus . Manchester, loiva " FUIPV " Letters and Seieiue Thesis; — The Amount of Dextrin in Toast. " .-Ibility doth hit the mark loliere presumption over-shoolelh. " . lvK. Ei.].i;. i;tta K.V- pp .... Bloominylou Letters and Seienee V. W. C. A., J ' rcsident (41. Thesis :- Iliography of Robert M. T. Hiniter. " Here ' s to the i irl with a heart and a smile. Who mahes tliis Inihltle of life ' worth while. " Ci-Ai(iss. . l ,lsi A KiHNS Madison " l I. AKIS " Home L.rononiies . r A ' J ' liesis; — . Comparison of the State Pure Food Laws I ' ertaining to the Canning Industry. " 0 eolleetini my Bill. " Ei.sii-; I ' kii:ii I.axiikc k ' l ihioauL-ee Letters and .Seienee . X U Thesis; — King Artlim- ;ts P()rlr;iyt(l in Tennyson ' s Idylls. " ' I ' luit isn ' t perfectly proper! " 114 Senior Mlomett Maud Luella Lka Madison Letters and Science Thesis; — Carlyle ' s Personal Relations with the Men-of- Letters of His Time. " iVo. Fill not keeping Lent, bnl .liininy is — so wlwt ' s tlie difference . ' " Frances Esthi:k Lehmann .... Woodland Music Hockey Team (2). " A cluinning, modest maiden, ' whose soni is filled ivitli harmony. " Sarah Katherine Lehmann . . . IToodland Letters and Science P. K Thesis: — Hebbel ' s Conceptinn nf Tragic tliiilt in Theory and in Practice. " I ' m not e.ractly ashamed of my Plii Het key. bill I don ' t zvear it to dances. " Caroline Iaki ' .aret Lewis Madison " cakkie " Letters and .Science Thesis Course : — Cirillparzer. " It ' s a chilly j erson zvho won ' t thaie under her smile. " HiLDKCARii M akcaket Lins . . . Sirring Green " T.VEEV " Letters and .Science Thesis Course : — Grillparzer. " TliDiigli her nick-name is Taffy, slie never works a l iill. " May Daisy Linson Cohimbns. Ind. Letters and Science Thesis: — System of Defence in New WivU Ouiiim Kin ViIliam ' s War. " Some day I shall ivrite a book on touring Liirofc •u ' illi a suit case. " IIS fernior WUomrn Alice Lloyd-Jones Hillside " lieca " Home Ecniioinics Wisconsin Country Magazine, Editor, Home Economics Department (4); Glee Club (3), (4). Thesis: — The Dietary Study of a College Group. " Radiont from afar. " Sai;a Regina LoNGFiELD Madisoii " Sadie " Letters and Science Women ' s Atliletic Association; Hockey (3). (4); Baseball, Captain (3). Thesis: — Fertilization and Development of the Embryo Sac in Galltonia. " Everybody u ' lio is anybody at ll ' isconsin- plays hockey. Look at me. " Frances Marie Lord Piano, Ul. " frau " Letters and Science Thesis: — The Bourgeois of Scribe and Labiche. " Jerrx doesn ' t like my Beta dress. " Jennie Lorenz Sheboygan Letters and Science G ee Club l3), (4). Thesis Course :— Drama of the Eighteenth Century. " She needs no recommendation ivho can lire peaceably with tzco roi ' iii-nuilcs at once. " Ada Ormsby MacAdam .... Louisville, Ky. Letters and Science n B S. G. A., Vice-President (3). Thesis Course: — Grillparzer. " Lucky, she who goes to Prom zi ' itli ttfo men. " Marie L RTIN Green Bay Letters and .Science Thesis:— Diplomatic Relations of the I ' nited States and Texas. " But, Alas! Alas; for a woman ' s fate. Who has from a mob to choose a mate. " ii6 fernior aciomrn Marion Eliza Martin Hartford " MARY AXXE " Letters and Science Women ' s Athletic Association. Thesis Course: — Tennyson. " Never mind inhere you ivork; let your care be for the iL ' ork itself. " Mary Anne Martin Madison Wisconsin Library Sclioot Thesis:— A Study of George Eliot ' s Novels. " The Rockforditcs knozv her. " Elvera iI. TSON Madison . Jnsic " An aftcarance of delicacy, almost of frailty. " Harriet Maxon Milwaukee " maxie " Letters and Science n B ; e 2 Co-ed Sphinx (1), (2), (3), (4): Wisconsin Magazine (3), (4); Co-ed Cardinal (3). (4). Thesis Course: — Ruskin. " What a delightful thiny sleep is. ' ' Martha McClure Mount Morris, HI. " maksa " Letters and Science Thesis: — The Philosophy of Sir William Hamilton. " Sweet simplicity with a broad expanse of smile. " Arlie Mae McComb Stoughton Letters and Science Pythia. Vice-President (4). Thesis: — Home Life in the I-etters of Pliny. " She wrote on Home Life in Pliny rather than on the use of the dative in Pliny. " 117 ( e% ' 1 6 f?l r, } 1 feifnior Mlomtn Gkxkvieve Makv .McCkokv . . . Fond dii Lac " GEX " Letters ami Science r K Thesis: — Influence of tlie llihie un the Ballad. " I ' m fresh from the convent, hnt that ' s not why PanI likes me. " Charlotte Km.BS MiDdLi.AU. . A[ pieton, Minn. " mac " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Tennyson After ISo " . " Cheer np, Cuthbert. you ' ll soon be dead. " Dklla AIiGrkcor St. PanI, Minn. Il ' isconsin Library .School Thesis: — A Comparison ot Augier ' s Treatment of the Nobility and the Bourgeois in His Plays. " Nothing so strony as i eiilleness. " Hazei. Marguerite Mead Madison " hazie " " smiles " Home F.cononiics AAA Women ' s Athletic Association; Pythia, Treasurer (2), Secretary (3) ; Euthenics Club. Secretary (4) ; S. Ci. A. Board (2). Thesis: — r.acteriologicnl Efficiency of Domestic Filters. " jnst can ' t help smilini . " .Alice Marc.lkrite Melick .... [todiieville " .marc " Letters and Science K A B Thesis: — German-English Cognates and Their Synonyms. " Bright as the rainboiv, she passeth by. " Rhe. Belle Melcichk .Madison Letters and .Science Thesis: — The Historic Events of the Roman Forum. " ' ;)( proof against tliat ' word failure. " ii8 fernior IMomen Elfrikda Merz Madisoh Letters and Science Thesis Course; (lustav Freytag. " Xot bccinise her hair is curlv. " May Oc ' ka Metcai.f Benton Letters and Science Baseball Team (4); Women ' s Athletic Association (4); Glee Club (3). (4). Thesis: — A Literary Study of American S(jngs. " She sings American son s. " XoRA Mav Miki.knz Mitzi ' ankcc " ma " " honey " Letters and Science B K Hockey (1). (2), (3). i4J, Captain (2); " W " ; liasketbail (1), (2), (3), (4); Baseball (2), (3); Women ' s Athletic Association Board (3). (4); V. V. C. A.. Cabinet (3), (4). Thesis: — Roman Customs in the Aeneid of ' ergil. " Utopia: Phi Bet and tlie warm approval of Iter fclliizvs. " Maud Miller Madison Letters and Science Thesis: — The Regeneration of Moses. " Tlie habit of looking on the best side of ez-ery event is zeortli a llinnsand n vear. " Lri ' Y LmisA M()r(.a. IMirand " pierivixt " Letters and Science Thesis: — Sources of Information Concerning the Life of Charles Lamb. " . slicl;er and a pair of blanl;cts zcill do for me. " Kathleen Moronkn ' LJallas. I ' e.v. " l■ " • ' ■ " Letters and Science II 1! 1 Ciirls ' Glee Club; S. Li. A. Board l3). Thesis:— Childhood, as Treated by the Romanticists. " Ah don ' see zchat ' s funny about mail taifk. " 119 fernior aaJonirn Hannah Morris DodncviUc Letters and Science Thesis: — IVairie du Chien Treaty of 1S25. " cast aside dignity when I slide doivn tlic toboggan. " Eli.a Margarkt Mosel Madison ■ ' EUNXV " Thtsis t_ " onrse : — Tennyson, " Gentleness — the inalcliless grace. " Mary Ellkx Ml ' rphv Superior " ml ' kph " Letters and Science Hockey (3), (4); Women ' s Athletic Association; Round Table. Thesis Course: — " As Vou Like It. " " A ' o relation of Pete ' s: only a felloxv conulryinan. " -MiijiRKii MuRK.w Clinton " . i. .me " Letters and Science A r A S. G. A. Board |3 ; V. W. C. A. Board (3). Thesis: — Early Land Routes to New Orelans. " A good deed is never lost; lie who flants kindness, gathers love. " ' f,ra X ' ircinta Mutchlkr Madison " beedo " Home Economics Thesis: — Silk and Its . dnllerants. " Miss Marlalt savs — " . lice Jane Nelson Oconomowoc Letters and Science Hockey (2). (3): Basketball 2). l- ' il; Baseball (1); " V " ; Women ' s Athletic .Association. Thesis: — The Attitude of the Quakers Toward the Imperial Wars. " Aiit ' xability + student activities = Alice Nelson. " 120 fernior 10 omen Ferne Desire Xelsox Oconoinovjoc Letters and Science Basketball (1), (2). (4). Captain (3): ■•«■■•; Hockey (2); Baseball, Captain (1 " ) : Women ' s Athletic Association, Treasurer (4). Thesis: — Graphical Representation of Trignometric Form- ula and Formulae in Integral Calculus. " Pleased H ' itJi a rattle. Tickled zi ' ith a sirazv. " LONA Margaret Xorris . . . Rock Valley, la. " DIMPS " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Tennyson ' s Poetry from ISoO. " may get over it, but I ' ll never be the same. " Marv Grace Xorris .... Rock I ' alley, la. " mugs " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Tennyson ' s Poetry from 1850. " Senior? This is just my first year here. " Sara Estelle O ' Hora Avoca " sal " " queenie " Letters and Science Thesis: — The Relations of Henry VIII and Thomas Cromwell. " A hat covers a multitude of sins at the breakfast table. " Effie Cl. rissa Pai.ve lilzvankec Letters and Scioice n B Thesis — Signs, Omens and Portents in the Aeneid of Vergil. " Beauty hath so many charms one knows not hon ' to speak against it. " Marjorie Gertrude Park Madison Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Ruskin. " Her ability isn ' t as tiny as her voice. " i ' ; % ■■ feifntor IMomcn F.i.vA El TH Partriijge Madison " BIRH " Letters and Science Consumers " League. Thesis: — A Study of Ciibbon ' s History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. " A icinnini i ' ay. ii ' leasant smile, a kindly ri ' uri foi ' all. " . L ki;l Fiekpu.nt -Inrora, III. Letlei ' s and Science ' t ' hesis: — The Kigbteeiitb Century in the Writings of ' Iliacl eray. " He belongs tu my best friend, not to me. " L. i KA .M.Mii.v Pi;. Ni Tii. - -irgylc Letters and Science Castalia, ' ice-l ' resident (4). Thesis Course: — Shelly. " Her life lias been a series of anecdotes, zeilli a diftereni hero in each one. " LcuisK Pi:kKi. V ()».r City, hnea " ' {V, ' . " Letters and .Science r ! K Mystic Circle, Thesis:- .StU(l ' ul the Stage Settings and Scenery of i arl French I ' lay-.. " diiii ' l see ii ' iv the iiirls at Madison zeaste time in fnssini . " . K Pi:ti:ksii. keinwlia Letters and Science Thesis— Shelly as a Social Reformer. " ■eze l eot le do all lliev are snl f ' osed to do; she does. " - xN- Pfcnh Madison " xnk " Home Economics Thesis:— The Common House-Fly and Its Relation to the Dissemination of Infectious Diseases. " What zvill the Hen .-lories do zeitlioni .4nne. ' " fernior CHomrn Josephine Plaxk Ocoiiomowoi- " Jo " Letters and Science A Mortar Board: Badger Board; S. G. A.. Secretary (3). (4); President. Inter-sorority Council (-1). Thesis: — Idealism of John Stuart Mill. ' Whose little Jnedy are vou ' " ' Gr. ce Irm- Pollev Madison " CK. ZIOSO " Music " If ambition and practice ■will acconit lish it. Saniaroff has a rival. " Jennie ELrz- BETH Potts Il ' an[ aca ■■.T. NE " Letters and Science A 2 A S. G. . . Board (2). Xliesis: — The Curves Upon the Elliptic and Hyperbolic Paraboloids. " Where ' s Betty. Eliz.vbeth Ql acke.nel ' Sh . . Pittsbiirt , Penn. " BETTV " Letters and Science Thesis: — Early Monasticism. " ha ' c-e had lots of e.vferience ; I hare even taught in Milwaukee. " .Alice Helena Rav.monu . . Hian ' atha. Kansas Letters and Science Thesis: — Rhode Island as a Corporate Colony. " The hour is fi.red. the match is made. " Rose Beatrice Reichert Madison Letters and Science Thesis ( " ourse: — Freytag. " .- {•urpose firm is equal lo the deed. " I2 f i ' . fecnior dfllomeit Elizabeth Marlukrite Reillv . . Watertozvii " pa " " sim " Letters and Science Hockey (1). (2), (3). Caplain i4l: ■■ " ; liaseliall (2). Captain iZ). Thesis: — itarwaux and Preciosite of the Seventeenth Century- " 5i7.v, yon can ' l run mi tlial l-iiss bull. " Lillian Axtoixette Reinkixc; . . . Buraboo Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Grillparzer. " Tlie chief end of man is study. " Elizabeth Lvle Richards . . Marnwrth, . D. " DR k " Letters and Science .V A A Thesis; — Tlie Citstiime of the Ancient Stage. " Music liatit charms and so luilli she. " AxNA Kurt Rietow Sheboygan Letters and Science K K r T ' hesis: — Treatment of Xalure in X ' irgiL " Laugh and grozi ' fat. " Mattie RixGLixr. Baraboo Mnsic r i ' I! " Oh, yon I ' elcr. struiiii and true. Her loi ' e is reallv ureal tor you. " Ethel Thi:cjdora Rck kwit.l . . Cliase City, la. " eth " " hkic k " Letters and .Science Thesis:— The International Co]i riglit in AtTterica. " Please call ine EythI : Etiiel is so plebeian. " 124 fnior WUomen Norma Roehm Ashland " norm " Letters and Science Hockey (1), (2), (.3); Women ' s Athletic Association; Class Vice-President (2): Red Domino; Junior Play (3); Amazons 13); Edwin Booth-Red Domino Play (4). Thesis Course: — Shelly. " Here ' s to the clez ' er ; may they be with lis ever. " Leone RoFFERs West Dc Perc Letters and Science Thesis; — Shakspere in " As Vou Like It. " " Oh, give us the man z -lio sings at his zvork. " Dorothy Rogers Milivaukee Letters and Science K K r Women ' s Athletic Association; " W ' " ; S. G. . . Board (3). Thesis : — Phosphorescent Bacteria. " Can ' t : I ' ve got to hyfnoti::c some bacillus aureas. " Gertrude Amy Rosencr.xnz . Evansville, Ind. Letters and Science A Thesis: — Tristan and Isolde as a Source for History with Reference to Education. " The only Alfrha Phi wlio doesn ' t u ' ear a red mackinazi ' . " Eliz. beth Rossberg-Leipxitz . . . Milzi ' aukee Letters and Science Keystone; Castalia, Treasurer (3), President (4); Junior Play Committee; Germanistische Gesellschaft, E. ecu- tive Board. Thesis: — Bilder Sprache in Fritz Renter. " believe in mixing — ifith the faculty. " Teres. M. rie Rv. .n Lodi " TRIX " Letters and Science Hockey (3); Baseball (1), (2). (3): " W " ; Women ' s Ath- letic Associatiori : Senior Swing Out. Thesis: — Cicero ' s Presentation of the Ethics of Epicurius. " i ' ou would think there U ' as a zigzag streak of lightning in her. " feifnior iiilomrn Marie Rachel Saxuer West Salcin Letters and Sciciu-c Thesis: — English and German Cognates of Words Ex- pressing Moods and Feelings. " She nez ' cr epin lies against her icill. Ftir her ozcii ol iiiioii is her nf inion still. " Mamie Amelia Sanders Letters and Siieiiee Thesis Course: — Freytag. " Giggle zchere zve must, Be candid zcliere zee can: Madison Katharine Schi.ahw eii.ek .... Milii. ' ankce " K atkin " Letters and Scienee I ' resident. C. F. C (4). Thesis: — Nuclear Division of Riccia Fluitans. " . ; c.vce ' lion to the rule tliat thongitt mars beaidv. " Ikma ath. lie Schmiiit Ilansau " schmidtie " Letters and Science Thesis: — Grillparzer ' s Portrayal of Character as Revealed in His Drama. " As Straws slwzi ' zvhicli zvay tlie zeinds blozc. So Xatlialie oinls the zcay tlie fashions go. " Theodora Geneva Schmirler .... Boseobcl " ted " " hoxev " Letters and Science Thesis: — English and Cierman Cognates Relating to Trades, Professions and Activities. " One zi. ' ouldn ' t ever know lliat slie discovered a nezn ' phint Z ' oriation in botany. " Gretchex Si HiiEXi.Ei ' .ER ] I iki ' a nl; ce " mi(n " Letters and .Science •1 ' H l ' isiynx: .Mortar Hoard; onun ' s . thletic . ssociatioii ; I ' ythia 11), (I ' l, Ci). I ' resident (4). .S. (,. . . llu.ird. Treasurer (4); Keystone. Thesis:— I ' npnlisl .Movement in Kan.,as. " . Zi ' onuin zoorlliy of a name. " 126 feirnior CClonicn Helen Margaret Schram Madison Letters and Science Baseball (3); Hockey (4); Pythia. Secretary il ' ). Treas urer (3); S. G. A. Board (2), (3). Thesis: — Comparison of Dramas of Ludwig and Hebbel. " Site had for her steady One Hat " Matilda Schuh Monroe " peter " Letters and Science Women ' s Athletic Association; Hockey (1), (4); V. W. C. A. Cabinet (3). Thesis Course: — John Ruskin. " T iis is no place for a minister ' s citild. " EiMMA JoHAXA ScHL ' LZE Portogc " EMMY LOu " Letters and Science Thesis: — Grillparzer ' s Philosophy of Life as Revealed in his Dramas. " She could ijive hints to the Ladies ' Home Journal on good taste. " Edith Emma Schuster Madison Letters and Science A Z A Castalia, Treasurer (3); V. W " . C. A., Treasurer (4). Thesis: — Symbolism in Gerhart Hauptmann ' s Dramas. " am just fctrified. " Elsa X ' o.va Schweppe ytedford Letters and Science Thesis: — Roman Life in Virgil ' s -Aeneid . " Who are wise in lox ' e, love most ; say least. " Fond du Lac Gladys Scrir.ner " SCRII! " Letters and Science A Red Domino: Junior Play. Thesis:— Ku Klux Klan in Louisiana, ' irginia and Tennessee. " She has a voice lil c a plionocjraph. " 0- ( €S 0% Mentor fljMomrn Edith Amelia Sears Madison Letters and Science AAA Thesis; — A Comparative Study of Plays Containing the Character of Orestes: Choephori of Aeschylus. Electra of Sopiiocles, Agamemnon, (Jrestes of Voltaire and Alfieri. " Let US not disdain glory too nincli. " LiLLiE E.Mi i-iE Seilstad La Crosse Letters and Science ' ihesis: — Microsporogenesis in Pelargoriuni. " A consistent scorncr of men. and yet not a mem- ber of the Equal Suffrage Club. " EsTELi-E Shapiro Mcdford " SHAp " " sue " Letters and Science Thesis: — Costumes in Virgil ' s Aeneid. " God made the country, man made the city, hut the devil made the small to ' wn. " Frances Ermixe Shattlxk .... Mcdford " shat " " France " Letters and Science X n Wisiynx: Mortar Board; Class Howling Team (3); Rad- ger Board (3): Co-ed Sphinx Staff (3); Junior Class Play; Senior Memorial Committee. Thesis:— The Reign of Governor Dinwiddle in Virginia. " Girls. I ' m inst cracy about him — he ' s so big and ugly. " RoxiE Eva B. ri!Ara Shephi:rd . . . Platteville Letters and Scioice X V. Thesis; — Social Philosophy of Mark Twain. " No, Mark and 1 aren ' t engaged, but we expect to be married ne.rt vear. " . nna Sin ' Nen . Racine ANNE Letters and . ' ■tcieuce Mortar Bo;ird. Thesis: — The Diplomatic Services of Joel Roherts Poinsett. " Ah, you flavor everything : you are the vanilla of society. " 128 fefnior aaiomrn Emily Ida Sinnen Racine Thesis:— Child Life in the Works of Peter K. Rosegger. " A little bit of folly and a little bit of fun. " Alma Slater Escanuba, Mich. Letters and Science A X n ; e 2 Class Bowling (1), (2). (3): Badger Board (3); Co-ed Sphinx (3). Thesis; — The Character Delineation ofW ' omen in Ealsac ' s Novels. " Do you knoii ' , I think I coiiUi learn to love that man. " i UELLA Belle Smkatox Milu ' onkee Letters and Science Thesis; — William Makepeace Thackeray as an Historical Novelist. " No padlocks, bolts, or bars can secure a maiden so well as her oivn reserve. " Alice Belle Smith Il ' anwatosa Letters and Science Junior Play (3); S. G. A. Board (4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Thesis: — The . rt of Vm. Makepeace Thackeray. " Mary and I and onr bunch arc the pivots. " Ella Mabel Smith Oconto Letters and Science Keystone; Women ' s Athletic Association; Basketball (1) (2); Tennis (1), (2), (3); Bowling (3); Baseball (1) Woinen ' s Athletic . ssociation. Executive Board (4) " W " : Girls ' Glee Club. Leader (4). Thesis: — Sources of the Information Concerning the Life of Oliver Goldsmith. " ' Tis a modest maid, but she talks on Engineering .Math. " Gladys Smith H ' allace. Idaho Letters and . " iciencc Pythia. Thesis: — Lowell ' s Imitation of the British Poets. " Here still is the smile that no cloud can 0 ' % ' rcast. " eriiun CClomrn Grai K Marik Smith Madison " happy " Letters and Science Thesis Course:— Tennyson. " Little, but. Oh My! " Mai!f.i. Marion Smith Bearer Dam Letters and Science Thesis:— Foreign Relations Puring the Civil War. " If the Badger had only n-aited a little longer. I wouldn ' t hare ■i ' ' far«- under the name of Smith. " Johanna Grace Soland Blair Letters and Science Thesis: — Shakespearean Adaptations ot the Eighteenth Century. " The education of the intellect is a great business. " Anna Corinnk Stkkn Madison " AN.v " Letters and Science Thesis:— Some Modern Estimates oi Caesar. " The one prudence of my life is concentration. " Eva Stkxhocse Burlington " eve " " chick " Letters and Science A ♦ Senior Swing Out t " ommittee. Thesis:- Relations Retween the Tosttraders and the Sioux Indians. " When :tr talk about Ez-a nv tl ' :. ' : ■ ' ' ' • of Chuck. " Claire Lillian Stevenson .... Marinette Music " Laughter is a most healthful exertion — took at me. " 130 fecnior fliaomcn Sibyl Mae Stitzek Boscobci Letters and Science Pythia Play (3 ; Red nomino; Wisconsin Dramatic So- ciety. Play (4): S. G. A. Board (2). niesis Course:— Eighteenth Century Drama. " There is no index of character so sure as the voice. " jMiLLii: CoE Stone Reedsburci " mill " Letters and Science Thesis : — Grillparzer. " She is why ' Chick ' came bach the year after he graduated. " Irm. Stk.vssex Lyons Letters and Science . r A Thesis : — W ' -Curves. " Site Opened Iter mouth ivith zvisdoni. " Lillian Victoria Sunstrcm .... Marinette Music Glee Club. " Her tones are like little deu ' drops of celestial melody. " Ethvi. I ' KANCis Swan ...... Madison " SyUlRREL " Letters and Science n H Thesis:— ' ir);il in the Middle . ges. " .S7(f has not a moment without some duty. ' Eiina SwKNHui.T . • ■ • ,. Modisou " : " Letters and Science Thesis:— On Certain .Spirals. " The most certain sign of ivisdoin is c ' ntinucd . cheerfulness. " 131 fernior fiClomrn Helen Gertrude Thursby Madison Letters and Seiciice AAA Baseball (2). (3); " NV; Hockey (3); Bowling (2), (3); Inter-Sorority Bowling Association, Treasurer (4); Class Bowling (4); Women ' s Athletic Association; S. G. A.. Executive Board (2). (3). Thesis: — The Ethics of Grimm ' s Marchen. " She must have had a busy f ' ast, Such a siring of deeds to do. " Bertha Traltman Decatur, III. Letters and Science ATA Thesis Course: — Shelly. " Girls, i irls, I ' m sure tliat man ' s a burglar. " Elizabeth Tlxker Kczvauec, III. " betty " Letters and Science A A A Junior Class Play; Germanistische Gesellschaft. Thesis; — Comparison of Three Editions of Meyer ' s " Mutton ' s Letzte Tage. " " Where ' s Jane. ' " Marcarkt Louise Tiffley Boscobel Letters and Science Thesis: — The T.ives of Some of the Third Cc-ntury Popes as Found in the Acta Sanctonini. " Come on. girls, let ' s go to ) ' . W. " Annabell Turner Madison Home Economics Thesis:— Study of Methods to Determine the Effect of Washing Compounds on the Tensile Strength of Fabrics. " Kno ' a ' s all things donieslie, yet slriz ' cs for more. " Phoebe Ann Twining Monroe " TIPPS " Letters and Science AAA W ' islvn.x; Keystone; Class Vice-President (4); Co-ed Sphinx Board (1), (2), (3); Junior Class Play (3); Red Domino Club; Red Domino-Edwin Booth Play (4). Tliesis: — The Dramatic Technique of Henry Arthur Jones " She who symfathi es in all the hafpiucss of others. " 132 femior waomcn DoRRis LovicE Tyler JolicI, 111. Letters und Science Hockey (4); Basketball (3): Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion. Thesis Course:— Eighteenth Century Drama. " Some people never smile; they only grin. " Bessie Floril. Tyrrf.lt, Madison " bess " Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Gustav Freytag. " Smiles, smiles, unending smiles. In radiant lines for miles and miles. " Helen Christin. Tyrrell .... Miki-aukce Letters and .Science n B Thesis; — Map of . ncient Rome from the Works of Horace. " Usually found at the Libe. " Alice Underwood Glencoc, III. " TIN. " Letters and Science A Senior Play. Thesis: — Enclosing During the Reign of the Early Tudors. ' ■ ■( help a burglar hunt if he ivas hunting for money. " Leor. V.mi Benton Letters and Science A S A Thesis: — The Influence of Practice on Individual Differences. " Mavbc it ' s a robber. Ooh! " Berth.v " . x Hove Madison " bert " ' " v.vn " Letters and .Science Thesis:— The Division of Work lictween I ' uhlic and Pri- vate Charities. " She loved the music of P.inma Coldntau ' s voice. " ' 3.3 Senior CKHomrn W iMFRKD Anna ' an ' i.ixk . . . Ezansi ' ille " fritz " Lcllcrs mid Siicncc Hockey (3); Baseball (3); Women ' s Athletic Association. Thesis:— Anglicans and Uuakers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. llM-lTU. " he calls, tell him that I ' m at the Lite! " Flokenck LiiiTTA " an ' ijet . . . Mihi ' ankcc l.cltrrs and Science K A H Knund Table. ' ice- I ' resident |4); President (4); Keystone (1). i ' hesis:— Uyron. as Reviewed in Contemporary English Magazines. " Duty by liabit is In [pleasure turned. " Fay V ' al-ghax Bangor Letters and .S ' cience A X ' J. Hockev (1); Howling (1). (21; Women ' s Athletic Asso- ciation; Class Vice-President (3); Class Play Commit- tee (4): Freshman Dec; Red Domino; Edwin llooth- Red Domino Play (4). " Xczi ' S apers iv ' i tilliinately emji ' oss all literature. " Irene . iiel. iiie W. esh Washburn Letters and .Science r.asketball (-). (3). (4); " W " ; Hockey (4); omen ' s .Athletic Association. Thesis;— llartyr of the Third Century. " .-liinee zcould make a mutinn. Irene u ' ould second it. and all the rest of the ( iris zvould sav, ■Aye.- " Charlotte Jane ' . riien . . . Ottunnca. lozva " i ' ink " Letters and Science II B ■!■ IJlack P.at. Thesi : — Ruskin and the . rt of Turner. " Tlierc ( lies the phone! My heart! " EllNA HeKIHA W EllEK A ' ;. ' Ilolstein Thesis;— Ileliolropic Responses of Plants. ■Her one short story plot— a discourai ed sdtool teacher zvith a man to the rescue. " 1,14 Senior MUomrn Hattie Edith Wkmsti-r A ' i ' t ' r Fulls Letters and Science Thesis Course: — Shakspere ' s " As Vou I-ike It. " " Look out. she is fooling thee. " Gkrtrude Jankt Wkhmhoff . . . Hnrlint ion Letters and Science Thesis: — The Early Poems of Tennyson. " A ' iceness and reciseticss raised to tite ntli degree. " E ' . Parkkr Whiti; Rirer ' alls Letters and Science r ! B Thesis Course : — Tennyson. " On International nights zve oft see Eva on the floor. " . i.MA Ma(.ii i,in Wiechkrs Racine " alm " " weeks " Letters and Science Hockey (4); Women ' s . thletic Vssociation ; Castalia; Germanistische Gesellschaft. Thesis: — The Autobiographical Elements as Revealed in the Characters of Kleist. " There are heroes in liocl;ey as ' well as in football. " l ' " i.oRr.Nc ' i- Al.w Wii.siiN . . . Kalisl cll. Miinl. " flip " Letters and Science X L ' Thesis; — Study of ' irgirs Hexameter. " Do YOU think Fletch ' will like these slioes. ' " C ' ini.A .M. Ri. W ' lXTER Madison Letters and Science Castalia (3). (I). President (4); Mortar lU ard Srhi.lar ship (3). Thesis: — I ovvelTs Americanism. " true goodness, unsu ' l asscl. " I3S m ffH C!% fernior flMonirn EiiNA Pearl W ' itwen " Baraboo Letters and Seieiiee Women ' s Atliletic Association. Thesis: — Synonyms and Cognates. " Shmild you e.vteet to hear this lady preach ' " LiSETTE Kathehixe Wherner . Louisi ' iUe, Ky. " AUNT ZEt " Letters and Science IT K Tliesis: — Tile Xohility and the Coin-t in Moliere. " . that any of ns liai ' e to do in this li ' orld is our simple duty. " Heeen Mar(E ret W ' im.k Madisor Letters and Science Tliesis: — A Stndy of Normal Dream Types. " There is a deity zvithin us wlio breathes di-L ' ine fire. " OiRiiEEE Eee. xor WiiRTHixcTOX . . MadisoH " CORI ' IE " Letters and Science ' Ihe i : — Some Famous Passages in the Aeneid. " follocV nature as llie surest iitdde. " .M AuiE LnnsE W ' rk.ht . . . Fort Dodt e. oici? Letters and Science Mortar I ' .oard. Tliesis: — Railroad Legishition in Iowa. " .A sense of duty pursues ns ei ' cr. " RowE Wkk.ht .Milxi ' anlcee Letters and . ' science K K r Mnrtar licard: Junior tlass I ' lav Committee; Girls ' Sphinx (1). IL ' I. C!). Tliesis Course:— Studies in Ru kin. " They all ask Roive to sing, ' Dry Tlicin Tears Again ' . " 136 fernior oinrn ROXIE M- RIE YORGEY Horicon Home EcoHomics Thesis: — A Comparison of the Dietaries in Tuberculosis Sanatoriums in the United States. " Home Economics imfractical ' Why. I ' m goiuy to put mine to z ' ery Practical use. " Anna Barbara Zellmax .... . Jiizcauk-ec Letters and Science Thesis: — How to Ering . bout an Effective ( )rganization of the Milwaukee Health Department. " Coffee is the staff of life. " AiMEE Mary Zillmek Milzvaiikee " ami " Letters and Science ! B K: e S Keystone: Basketball (D. (2). (3). (4): -W " : Hockev (2). (3). (41; Baseball (1). (21. (31. University Team (4): Women ' s . thletic -Association. President: Class Vice-President 2). (4): Editor. Woman ' s Department . of Daily Cardinal: Badger Board: S. G. A. Board. Thesis: — Point-Cones of Third Order. " don ' t care, it ' s shameful; I ' m going to H ' rite ii letter to the regents about it. " 137 .1 . - . HISTORY OF THE SCDIOR GLASS P i . fi t 4i - jr Wvr ' ' K.J m ! ii a ■ HATE ill Septenilier four ears ago, the old hill fairly hristlcd with iiK-n and women, hundreds of whom caught their initial glimpse of iscousin. The future class of 191 1 ruhhed elhows with each other for the tirst time. The rush that soon followed ended favorably to the Freshmen — the after parade around the square was the cause of several colds the next day. The call to arms issued liy Coach Angell brought forward a goodly number of football warriors and the annual battle with the Sophs, because of the weather conditions, resolved itself into a swimming contest, resulting in a score of to o. The crew at Poughkeepsie succeeded in landing the customary place. Finally came the long looked for vacation; the strenuousness of the first year took us unawares and we needed time for recuperation. After swearing to be true to the new summer crush, most of us returned for the second lap of the four-lap course. " Shorty and Shorty " managed one of the best Sophomore dances ever given at Wisconsin — in fact it has served as a model for all such occasions. " Cob " de- cided that he would like to handle the editorial side of the igii Badger. He did. The year wore into June before we knew it and we were throw ' n unexpectedly into the midst of semester examinations: nian. a bra e warrior en ' ered his last battle and still more were mortally injured. The ne.xt long vacation passed slowly, e ' en though we met another peach ; we longed for the time to come when we could walk down State Street to the tune of " Why, how are vou, old man? Glad to get back? " etc. It came. The third year proved to be one of unusual success for the class. Having decided, in meeting, to establish the custom of electing the Prom Chairman separately from the office of President of the Class, we proceeded to usher in an extremely warm class election. hen the world (fuieted down, when the smoke cleared away, and when the warriors (not the same meaning), some sadly and some gladly, lifted their eyes they beheld " Pien " Stiles and " Charley " Moritz securely seated on their respective thrones. " Red " Dohmen became business manager of the Badger. Soon all roads began to lead to Prom — a truly wonderful time we had. Charlie ran the first successful Prom in years — a large surplus ($12.81) was turned over to the proper authorities. The play by ken Burgess passed muster. During all these frivolities " Red " and " Cob " had been hard at work on the Badger and when May came they were amply repaid for their labors — by honor, of course. It was a bully Badger. Father Time kept apace with the ion class, though com- plaining all the while of the difficulties of his position, and the third June sped into view. There was another peach as per usual. With their chests thrust out, a worried look spreading over their countenances, their noses tilted upwards, etc.. the class of iQii was easily discernable this fall. The Circus and the Union Vaudeville, planned and executed by members of the Senior class, are never-to- be-forgotten events. " Billy R. " is little — but Oh my I As we jot down these few happenings of our four years of Wisconsin life we are at a loss to express our sentiments — how much will these little acts, these hundreds of friends mean to us when we leave our Alma Mater. How close, in years to come, will all these minor events cling to us ; our minds will ever turn to this period in our lives whenever reminiscing. . 11 classmates of 1911 will join to extend to our dear .Alma Mater, so great, so noble, and so resourceful, their inestimable love — uppermost ever in our minds will be the desire to promote her welfare, and we pledge ourselves to strive fearlessly in behalf of the principles propounded to us during our brief residence of four years. . n revoir. 138 JIIIOIS Juniors Class Pell We Are Hell ! We Are Hell! A ' arsitv! ' arsitv! Nineteen Twelve! Class Colors C)RANGE AND BlACK First Scincster Clarence Rugg Clevet-and Marion Belle Hartley . Richard Eugene Branstad Arthur George Zander . Walter Amasa Scoville Class OJfficers President J ' icc-Prcsidciit Secretary Treasurer Seri eaiit-at-.tniis Second Semester L)tt() Anton Stangel Lois Wakefield Ru HARD Adkins Corhett Di-xter Roundy Mapel Clarence Rugg Cleveland 140 Juniors lunior SromrnaDr Committee Gaylord Jones Case Assistant to Chainiian William John Aheri, Marc Boguslawsky Verne Clinton Bonesteel Robert Linde Bowen Alfred Leo Buser John Fraser, Jr., Chaii}iia)i Stuart Oakes Blythe Richard Apkins Corbett George Davis Bailky. Chaininin William Albert Deiter Elmer Howard Hughes Reeu Lvxne Parker General Chairman Roy John Crissey Samuel Birton Gro(jm Halbert Leopold Kadish Blanche Acnes Lucius Harry Victor AFeissner Harold Davidson Wile JFirat Srmfstrr Committcta Class Play William Arthur Kietzman Dexter Roundy L PEL Fanny ' Arnetta Brown Lois Wakefield Freshman Athletic Sclwlarsliif Andrew Seifert Floyd Goodrich Carp.tnter Assistant to Chairman Thomas Henry Morgan r.AiLEY Edwin Ramsdell Ada Maud Richmond Roger Allen Skinner Frank Edward Tye Halbert Leopold Kadish Bertha K itch ell Harry ' ICTOR Meissner Geouce Highes Merriell Paul Pike Pullen Bertha Kitchell Joseph David Mercer, Chairman James Reeva Adams Earl Lake, Cliairman Edmond Stephen Gillette Jessie Lowe Class Smoker Ralph Rollins Hiiuiard KlM-TONG Ho Class Pipe Charles Heai.y Powell, Chairman Richard Adkins Corbett Henry Adolph Deschler Seven Games William Frederick Mackmiller, Chairman Clement Tehle Wiskocil Dean of Men William Karl Braasch. Chairman Carl Neprud Carl Friederick GusTAV Wernicke Werner Peter Wolff George Harold Eckhardt Arthur (iEORi e Zander Junior Dinner Albert Ernest Greenwood ARION Suzanne Anderson . lice Simpson Gkor E Herbert Austin Jenner Lawrence Washington Richard Gray Soutar Union Building George Roger CuNNiNcaiAM. Chairman Harold Page Thompson XcK ' Boat House Gifford Llewellyn Ri(.F0Rn, Chairman Rae Floyd Bell Gaylord Case, Chairman Alfred Leo Buser Robert Linde Bowen, Chairman V ' iLLiAM John Amur,. Chairman Elbert Bailey, Chairman Emil Bunta Custodian of the Pipe of Peace Kae Floyd Bell ftfconti SfmcBtcr CommittffB Class Smoker Harry Robert Foerster Bryan Seaborne Reid Vilas Henry Whaley Neiv Boat House Howard Rogers Union Buildinu Martin John Hoppert Eligibility Francis Duffy Edmond Stephen Gillette George Harold Eckhardt Thomas Henry Morgan Clement Tehle Wiscocil TiiEODiiRE Robert Hover William Douglas Little Frank Edward Tye Junior Response to Fareivell Address ' hrne Clinton Bonesteel 141 Jfuniors I ' l-rn-: 1012 NEL ■jack Juniors " toe " 1912 IICCK KIM liOB 143 Juniata SMITTY Hnarn -: I I " SULLY 1912 I •PF.TE 144 " 1MNK Juniors 1 m3 CU KLV ' HARRY 1912 I ) i I K " HAL " AL Juniors ' JENNIE HARRY CLAUDE ■ = A S= SOPHOMORES SopbomnrfB CISBB I ' d! Lick em L ' r Clean ! Lick ' em Up Clean ! " arsitv ! ' arsitv ! Thirteen ! (illass Color SllRREL First Semester Edward Joseph Samp . . DOROTH ' i ' ' ()RSE .... Marshall Woods George Edward Andrew Bap.cock Alvin Tandbekg . . . €l e0 2Df(tcrre President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms ' cond Semester Carl Edgar Dietze Belle Fligelman John Wattawa Donald Stuart Grenfell Edward Joseph Samp 148 Sophomorrs Damon Alonzo Brown Kenneth Stuart Templeton Raymond Baker Donald Witter Connor Merrill Joseph Hoeffel BrAINARD Bl ' RHOE Jfirst iSfrarBtrr Committrra Siiciai .Manville Fritjoff Hexdrickson, Chairman Xeva Florence Gates Converse Wurdemann John King Lester Lewis Albert Zollner Stephen Stephens Kennedy Robert Fred Gronzo Florence Huoill Harry Eu(;ene Bundy Traditions Dan Thomas Sullivan, Chairman ALalcolm McFarland Lewis Gould Castle Seven Games XovES Bright, Cliairnian Robert Raymond Newman SiGVALD StAVRUM Athletic Eligibility Eugene Carter Noyes, Chairman ■ HiMAN Rayworth Moore Leon Charles Piper AVit ' Boat House Advisor for Men L- URicE Charles Sjoblom, Chairman Maximilian Frederic Rather, Chairman John Scripps Corley Henry Gohdes Erwin August Schmidt Robert Hughes Xezv Union Building Interclass Sports and Numerals Dennis Rider ' Wood Crile, C ;o(r»!a)! Ben.tamin Harrison Lampert, Cliairman Arch Will Kinne George Allen Bush Raymond MgGrath Riii;kkt Dix Tristam i rtonti fiicmcBtrr CommittcfB Social Arch Will Kinne, Chairman Francis Stephen Kennedy Elmer Xels Oistad A ' ew Union Buil ding Edwin Blythe Stason, Chairman Thomas Howard Campion Eugene Joseph Chloupeck Nezs. ' Boat House Kenneth Stuart Templeton, Chairman ' ictor Clarence Breytspraak Erwin Rudolph Schmidt Athletic Eligibility Bruce Foster Bradley, Chairman Leroy Blood Lorenz Francis Stewart Lamb Thomas Charles Powell Henry Louis Chesick Class Numerals Frank Xourse Youngman. Chairman Robert Raymond Newman Archibald John Larsen Traditions Hugo Kuechenmeister. C ifli) ' »((7H Arno Louis Zinke William Herbert Carey Hal Herman Lang Rose Magdalen Legler Avis Ring Laban Jenkins Brady NoRDAHL Osmund Gi-nderson Eldon Jerome Smith James Gordon Nye, Chairman Louis .Albert Zollner Eugene Bird Martineau Maurice Charles .Sjoblom Class Play Walter Alexander Sheriffs Burdette Ingersol Kinne SiGVALD Asb.torn ,Stavrum Leroy Bernard Burke Joseph Francis Kunesh Agnes ' oodworth Dickekson Margaret Olivia Ebfrle Leona Tarie Habii hokst 149 JptfBbmen BIRDSEVE IEW tLllSE DL ' AKTEKS SOPIIO-Mdkl-: I ' ARADF, • - s I jFrrshmrn DoHR Class f til More! : Iore! Blood and (iuRE! Varsity ! ' arsitv ! Ten and Fih-r ! Claee Color Green Clasa £ " ffifrrB George Simpson President Marjorie Jackson ] ' icc-Prcsidcnt Albert Sands Secretary Hans Termansen Treasurer Otis Skinner Sergeant-at-Aniis Committrrs FreshiiuDi Mixers Malcolm Briie. Cliainnaii Ray Lange Gordox alker William BRECKENRinGE Ira Farranh CvRir. Ci.ARK Randall Hiuch I ' uivcrsity Traditions Alisert Tormey, Chaii ' iiiaii Dlncan Hunter Stewart Schrkiber Rlpert Warren Haroei) Ofstie EiiwARD Newman CoNRAii ' ax Ghent .Wet ' Boat House Pall Bo ex. Cliainnaii Walter Powell Sc7-cn Game Sclicdiile Walter Hevnl n. Chainiian Percy Schley -Veil ' Union Ihiilding Jackmiv Sells, i luiiniian Kakl Swaxson Advisor to Men Wallace Braxdell, Chairman Orsox Mc Clary Student Court for Women Marion Davies. C iairnnin Helex Williams 152 Frrshmrn PEANUT EACE FRESHMEN PAYING MOON (iPHs ruTTiNH i-KRsinrEN in lake I0a?ing Scenes 153 Class Rush Football Track Basl-et- ball Crew S-wini- ming Possible Points Points Won Percenias e 1912 10 3 6 4 4 1 32 28 .875 1914 3 2 1 11 6 .545 1913 5 1 24 6 .250 1911 5 3 1 43 9 .209 JPointa 3eBi8ntIi to Mlinnrra of (ffiatb Class (Ebfnt ;(,s- ; 5 Football 3 Track 3 Baslccthall 2 CrcK ' 2 Szi ' iminiiHi i 154 mimmm:jmmm¥:m i pU U I f Jm I 1 1 1 , lETIIIT fp®iii«w r... -cl V »ill kl „d„ ,c- 1 train (r. m sD pp DC iheir 1 S.p«-il mi nl. Ii d lresvei Ihe c o« n-,. Dont Ih ..» our pup botllts. Put them behind ji.ur ears. 9ctibitire Enter and Examine tht- Auriferous Aggregation Of Astounding Antiques, Authentically Auamented Rir optics: FireC Cigarette relied by Prof Fish in ihe ■92. Plastered cast of Heistand s smite. CO NO EXTR- CHARGE CAUTION-Dont Breathe on the Exhibit ALLOW to .obtrude Spring, m Tiad millions of mystifying reliques and remembrancere. Turn to voor left beneath the Cyclopean Canvas and s« THE GIGANTIC SIDESHOWS ««i„onth.k.mmd fl«ral!:li and 6,15 P M -Vi t.irttar freifhaff T ' thrS S»mrti,2»tF«tor!-0™ed and Openilrf by AUimae. ri J " .(iSrilT-Sliptrf 0«n by H=p,™-H». s« «.ll fi " d ?11 ! = 2 " " « " r ' SS.pto SnZ ' fe-inlfcW by .b. U. W, . griculWr.! S«i..,. B»r " ? tK 0%n Uuaiion-Propoundrf by The O. l EnEine nng Soeirt,. B... of the (Jym. The Ne l Bii Event on the-fnlverfily pr.-.-r.im The Hanicnre Shop HARESFOOT SHOW April 2lit and i " ' Clurming Cavortint thori E.,r ;,r: a Ma.i V.. E er r.ta Ud t 5 CO CO If you ahead take a find yourself getting of the procession Madison Street Car. PARADE FEATURES. ci CO .s Street WHOOSH NUMBER I Biat«t Bellow, 3 BANDS 3--Each Orc Wofsc Than Thc Ust 1. Overture. Squidjilant Squeal in Iot jjq BAND- The.r moCtt, is. Everj one for h.mself and the dev.l take 2. Pessimistii Peal in Prof Sharp. the hindmMt. 3 Choppin Mayonnaise. CLOWN B. ' VND-This hand wnll play before Colonel Roosevelt- .! he dtes ' not see it first. 4 Noxiwjs Nocturne in Kappa key, CON-TRABAND-oroken intosixt - piews-every man ootsouses Sousa 5. Toot ensemble IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE PROCESSION h all the cracks of the program our cunning clowns w Tnp fPANI) FRFF FXHIBITTO 90 Clowns 90 WHOOSH Nl ' -MBER II. Mightv Multitude of Malevolent Mammals 1. Dfmi b-Atmost Alive. Exhibited by Theta Delta Chi. 2. Zebraphant. the Jungline-Phi Delta Theta B iy pulous beast. 3. The Radiohmenopterous--Psi Upsilon-he loves human beings. Dont feed him peanuts, 4. Hoo Dag Umply Poof-Phi Kappa Sigma-he blows dust in your eyes. 5. Taximiturtle-Beta Theta Pi. He charpes like a. chauffeur. 6. Chatepelousc Dehettahw- Alpha Delta Phi ' ' . dubious I eniien-Cat ghl on the Square. L TERMISSION--One thousand feel of toboggan slide as censored by Laura Jean Libby. " A Slide for Life " While ywj are watching this spectacle anyone i:an knock your eyes oiT with a stick. VisiWe with the naked eye from the Ube steps and the lower campus. Makes the Johnstown Flood Look Like a Drop in the Bucket. Monsiear le Ratmort, dangling by his teeth from a slender thread of steel, will annihilate the distance between the southeast turret of the Gj m and State Street- THE COLLEGE Billiards and Smokes. New Nanagement. 225 State Street. WHOOSH UMBERni. Special Features-Terrific Tintinabulation ot .empeat- uous Terrors-A Series of Thrills Carefully Catcolated to CoagulaCe your I. 3ladame Fandangt — Yoi Epsilon. can bring your sister to see her— Delta Kappa Reformed Football -Makes your feet itch-Delta Tau Delta. Isdora Dnincan— You can bring your sister to see her-once. Phi Gamma Burlesque of Daily Cardinal— Expose of the Cardinal Sin-Phi Kappa Psi. Will it Ever Come to This-Get Busy on Your Slide Hui- | j 1 tmega. The Student ' s Dream-AVision of Sweet I elig Going Down State Stree Suggesting the One Nile 10 ZULUS 10 . ' rai ii r,«. lh aixakc charni ;r-trie repUk tie birds ia the branches of the lr«i Chariot Racer— A dead ringer for Benjami Putrescent Platoon of University Regime Wild Beasts in Coal Wagons in the Pink ■ Look For Something Funny! Haresfoot OrchtfSira ;ver ' Strain a Strangle 7. The White Man ' s Hope-A Tale of ihe Five Mile Liti E psi Ion. 8. Millipiggia-De»ctaberous-Alpha Sigma Phi. 9. Mexican BulIAghl-On the Border-Sigma Chi. 10. Fancy Drill-Kappa Sigma- Very Cunning. 11. Hell ' s Half Acre-Zeta Psi A Hot One. li Portable Pasadena- Kappa Phi Gamma-No Tips to the P 13, Casey Jones-Cht Psi-Sweet and Wholesome. H. The Popular Idea-Delta Upailon- Guess Again. THOSE LIABLK it-SigtEXECLTIVE COMMITTEE Richardson. Surges. Kadwh. Voier. I-ero Johnson FLOOR .... . . Bickelhaupt, Carpenter. -Mapel FINANCE Burgeaa. Kadish. Johnaon INCITERS OF CLOWTiS ... Mcrrrr. Roehling. (ash PARADE Dohmen. Nojes. Keller. Wolfl, Buser FRATERNITY STUNTS McKo, Caae SIDESHOWS Abrndrolh, Aherg CONCERT El!». Chamhcp , Walker STAGING Bletcr. Corhrlt AWARDS Othsner, Baird MUSIC Boocslecl rter SPECI.U. FEATl ' RES . . V. Bickdhanpt. Hutchitumn. Terry, Noyes .«)VISORY COMMITTEE . . . . . G. W. Ehler. J. C. Ehom RINGMASTER D« e Warwn ADVANCE AGENCY AND PROGRAM Bachen. Stile . Ballard AD ' ERTISING .... Bncben. i andera KohL . listen. Jcanelle Every Feature produced will be Exactly as Misrepresented | ' CLfjr Unibrrsitp Circus ( LIl ' I ' l.NdS I-KCIM Till-; CIKCrS POSTER 155 3ctitiitica 1 Ml. WL.- , k ' - ■fjlli fpH P gP g Hr ' l l HL. I B H Bk 1 . .- T III-: Fl-XKKAI, TROCESSIOM ciiii:i- Mil K i i;i Ki i; ami iii i i.i ' SEtf JUnibrrsitp Cirrus Paratif Slctibtties ONE OF THE WILU liEASTS THE SLIDE FOR LIFE THE OCTOPUS ' ?irf)f .SUnibrrsitp Circus anibitiro rriE pkizk-wixxim; TAxmm ' RTLE -1«?S--- rill-: 111 Ari;ri:ijirsi-: i)i:iii:rrAn w tlEftc Cilnibfroitp Cirrus IS8 THEPLnTOH aCbf ©latfonn MEYERS LEWIS DALEY BELL DURNEV i6o ItjE ©lattonn r. t m SAPOSS Bcbatrrs MEISSNER WEAVER SPOHN JOHNSON l6l MERK Clir IBIatform CaL IN FL(IM SlIIWENKER Frkukkrk Jksse Wilde li?fsprria William Henry Spohn, President Harold George Eckhardt f)iIomatf)ia Sami-el L max LSaki ' .er Ottmar John Faloe Tbr f orrnait Coatlirs Rollo Lu Verue Lyiiinn Carl Newell Hill 162 Khr ©ratfotm i - pfmu h ||) 1910 (jkurge Washington Blanchard John Lawrence Chii.ds Hal RoiiERT Martin Jesse Jonks Ruble Thomas Harvey Sanderson Edwin Emil ' ITTE 19U Rae Floyd Bell Frank Aloysius Dali-:y HnwAKii Thompson Lewis Harry N ' incent Meissner W ' illiaji Henry Spohn Andri-:w Thomas h.wI ' :r 163 ®J)E Platform iKtna onto SE ' EXTEEXTH YEAR Library Hall. Marcli iS. igii William Henry Spuhx Prcsiilciil of the Ei ' citiiui Fred Mcrk- IPrajram E ' red Mkkk Induslnal Diseases Samcel Lyman Barber The Reatcakened Soulli Rae Floyd Bell The Xezv Natioiialisin John Alvin Commons Lineoln and Lundy Ake Mortijier Levitan The Great Fear Basanta Koomar Roy Tlie Crime of India Vekne Clinton Bonesteel The Message of the ll ' esl 3iul)(5fB iMr, Joseph Howard Mathews Prof. Grant Showerman Mr. . rthi-k Hall Prof. Carl Russell Fish Prof. E . xiiir Rrahley McGii.vaky First three laees arramjed aciordinii to rank. Fred Merk will represent Wisconsin at the Xorthern Oratorical Lcaijiic Contest to he held at Ann Arbor, .V iV l, in June. Jesse Jones Ruble, ' who represented Wisconsin at the Xorthern Oratorical League Contest at Minneapolis. Minn., last year, finished fmtrtli. He was handicapped by an unfor- tunate accident to the liijhls which occurred in the middle of his oration. 164 2Ebr Platform Basanta Koomak Rov . Samuel Lvman Barbkr Fred Merk Ralph Sherman Hovt Charles Henry Velte Main Hall, Manii S, itjn Prof. Rollo LuVerne Lvman President of tlie livening Basanta Kooniar J ' ii : JPrneram English Rule in India The Rea ' wakeiied South Industrial Diseases The Serince of the llni ineer Chinese Cordon Maxwell Charles Otto Miss Grace O. Johnson William Henry I.k.hty First three l lares arrani ed aeeording lo rank. i6s Sllje Platform Library Hall, March m. iQii Clarence Rucg Cleveland President of the Erening Kac flo d Hell Ptogtam Rae Flovii Bell (Athenae) Verxe Clixton Bonesteel ( Philoniathia) Irene AIarsh Cody (Pythia) Mary Parent (Castalia) Florence Lol ' ise Hanan (R(]Uii(1 Talile) James Henry W ' eik (Hesperia) . . . . The AVk ' Xatioiialisin The Message of the West The Call of the Soil Coiiifeiisalioii of the Workman The .liiiericaii Drama Idealism in .Iniei ' iean .Igriiiillnri 3[uBee8 Mr. Maxwell Charles Otto Prof. Freherich Willlam Rue Prof, illl m Hyde Price Tirst three f ' laees arranged areording to rani;. 1 60 ffihf ©latform Main Hall, March ii, igii William Hexry Spohx President of the Eveninij Verne Clinton Bonesteel SJroeram Vernk Clinton Bonksteei The Message of the West Abe Mortimer Levitan The Great Fear Raymond Julius Caesar Heilman The Survival of the Socially Unfit Mary Parent Coiiifensation of the Workman Irene Marsh Cody The Call of the Soil Frank Aloysius Daley Student Honor Bailey Edwin Ramsdeli The Workman ' and the Tariff Andrew Thomas kaveu Howard Lewis John James Pkttijohn Tirst three laces arrant ed accordinii to ' rank. 167 KJic ©latfotm r A X ' l " Main Hall. March 6. nju pRtDEKICH Jessi-: Wilde President of the f.vcniny John .lli-in L ' oinnions JdHN Al-VIN OlMMilNS Ai.viN Carl Reis . . . Haruiji Peter Janisih Sumner Sluhter . . Morris Meyer . . . . ©roetam Lincoln and Luiidy The Honor System The (jro ' iclli of Deinoeraey General Robert E. Lee Constilnlional Reform JuBofS KkxxI ' TH !• ' r I.I.I. l ' .rR(.ESs John James Pettijohn Howard Lewis First three ' laces arran jed accurdini to rank. i68 Ehr ©latform Joseph Perstein ©toeram Joseph Perstein Darroic ' s Appeal for Haywood. Harold Lelaxd Merkkf Seercl of Lincoln ' s Pozver. John Olaus Mael Death of Garfield. Louis Frederick Reinhold The Vnknozmi Speaker. Walter Conrad Ketter The Wisconsin Idea. Lamont Hunter Richardson Dear Old ] ' ale. Arthur Alvin Gelatt Tlic Race Problem of the Sonlh. Anton Xavier Umhoefer Robert Emmet ' s Oration. Ralph Bailey Yewdale lean I ' aljeaii and the Bishop. Harvey Clarence Hartwh; Rieiici ' s .Iddress to the Romans. Louis Shanhous Tlie .Me.i-iean ll ' ar. Arnold Burton JMili.auu Defender of the Conslilulion. l-irst fonr arranged accordiny to rank Professor Henry BiRRoriais Lathkop Professor .Moses Stephen Si.AriMiTER Mr, Allen Samuel Neilson i6g JEhr IPIatfotm 2Diic3tion RESiii.viai: Thai the iiKirciiiciil of (_ r( aiii:cd Labor for the Ch ' scd Shof should rccciz-c the siiff ' " ' ! " ' " ' ■ ' ' i ' of iiiion. Mllisronoin be. Sotoa Affiniiathw Wiscoiisiii Negative. Iozi. ' a . Mii;i; v Thomas i;avi:r Leon Wai.tkr Power? I ' raxk Alovsus Daley James Edwin Ashton HiiwAkii Thcimpsox Lewis Imjank Jones JuDcsfB Professor Fh yd Meaeheiii L ' nkersity of Chiearjo Professor Edward Soiiiieiiseliein i ' liivcrsity of Chicaoo Mr. James Gray Minneapolis Decision, L ' nanimoi-s for the Xegative jhJcfaraska be. Mlisconsin .-Ijfinitatire. Xcbraska I ' lMvXI. Marceli.ols Arthir Oherfelher Joseph X ' otava Xciiativc. n ' iscoiisiii Hakrv N ' utiik Melssner Rae Floyu r Eij. Wii-LiAM Henry Spohn Jiiticrs ..;,. Warren Curst Des Moines Professor frank DrisI Herriot Drake University Professor Benjanioii Prank Shanibanyli Drake University Decision, 2 to i for the Affirmative arhc Platform Pf)ilomatf)ia bs. atftcnat Library Hall, iraliicsday December 21. ii iii SQurstion Resolved: T iat in labor disl nlcs. no iiijiinctioii shall be issued, oilier tliaii ar ainst iiitiinidatioii, or acts of violence directed ananisl f hysical l roj ' erly. Affirmative. Fhiloniathca Fred Merk Le Roy Johnson Samuel Lvman Rarbek Negative, Atliciiae Erwin Aarox Meyers John David Dorney ' David Joseph Saposs President of the Even in 1 John Aylwakm Prof. George Clarke Sellery Prof. Frank Gaylord Hubbard Prof. Frank Chapman Sharp Prof. Eugene Allen Gilinore Rev. Albert Abbott Ewing Decision, 4 rn i for the Negative 3[bf ©latfarm Will Cleveland Reyer President Abe Mortimer Levitan rice-President Raymond Frank Piper Treasurer Edwin Blythe Stason Secretary 11)1 1 Harry (jlstav Albert Aeenuroth Davih Joseph Saposs John David Dorney Samuel Shecter Erwtn Aaron Mf.vers Calvin Floyd Schwenker Jesse Jones Ri-rle Henry Sterling Taylor Frederick Jesse Wilue 1912 William John Philip Aberg Kim Tong-Ho Henry Gustav Arnsdorf Pete Kolinsky ■ Nohum Ban BrxiN Abe Mortimer L -itan Rae Floyd Bell • Ray Elmer McGowan Emil Bunta Carl Xeprud Bernard Francis Dostal Raymond Frank Piper Frank Aloysius Daley ; Henry Hans Ruedebusch Royal Benjamin Ebert Edwin Gerald Reyer Daniel Donato Foxwell Harold Patrick Thomson- Eugene William Hall Sumner Slighter Myron Harrison Uttgard 1 91 3 Sterlin(. Stan ' lev Beath Francis Xavier Greenough i ' RED J lENZo Hall Harold Peter Janish ■ Harry Erwin ' ones William Edward Kirk Gilbert Lincoln Lac her Francis Stewart Lamb Robert Morsbach James George McKay Edward Becker Mittelman Arthur Cochrane Peabodv L N1M1LIAN Frederick Rather Hu(;h Jackson Reber Edwin Blythe Stason SlGVALD AsbJORN StaVRLTM Edmund Charles Stosick 1914 George Elmer Arneman Carl Xoves Austin William Bollerud Douglas Keene Bal lard William Adolf Freehof Clark Hallam Getts Gerhard Oscar Gullickson Lewis Peter Hanson John James Jirgal Edwin Paul Kohl Charles Alexander L YO Arnold Louis Fred ' aughn Lxttoon Joseph Perstein William Esser Perry Rex.tamin Herman Schlomovitz William Joseph Schneider Walter Ray Turton Edwin Joseph Conner Herman William Thoreson Louis Frederich Reinhold David Elhaven Urner David Edward VouNiiRKRG ZlNKE 172 3Ebf ©latform McKay .Schnenit-r yolmsou Mr iuim Rather NepntJ St a-, rum Dittmar Aberg yones Hei ' uho J Kohl Utgard Janisch Freeh off Austin Lot her Hall BoUerud Reyer Mayo Umhoffer Beuth Stosick Kerlc Thomson Stason Perry Getts Ballard Giillickson Lezitan Kolinsky Arusdorf Morslnirh Hall Foxv ell Lamb Ruble Meyers Sn yoss Taylor J orney Bell Scheclfter Arneman Schlomovitz Ho Abendroth Reyer Hallam Daley Jir al Thoreson Bnnin 1 73 tEbt Platform Sager Louis Ohei akd President Harold George Eckhakdt Vice-President Earl Villl ,m Clawater Treasurer Albert Henry Ochsner Seeretary I ' d I Roy Perry Bean James John j [cDonald Hans Nelson Brue Albert Henry Ochsner Alfred Thomas Flint Sager Louis Odegard Roman August Heilmax W illiam Henry Spohn Bert Alexander Jolivette Leo Joshua Stephens RoKURo Goto Konxo Oscar Benjamix Thayer Charles Gnonwix Thomps(,)x mij Harry John Blust Howard Frederick Edward Ohm William Karl Bkaasch Erwin Frank Rau Harold George Eckhardt Adam Richmond .Merwin Guy Edwards Robert j L tthew Reiser Xoah Joseph Frey Eben Henry Toole Li;ii Byron George Harry Westrope Vroman i- RAXK Dexxis Hayes James Hexry " EIR Leoxard Xelson Carl Frederick Gustav Wernicke 1913 Frehekick Peter Anderson Carl Grotephorst James Hexrv Bridges Walter Conrad Ketter Hexry Louis Chesick Ralph Lloyd-Jones Earl William Clawater Henry Albert Loftsgordon Arthur William Coxsoer Eugene Bird Martineali Everett Fkancis Dahm ' Richard Clarence Nevin Carl Edgar Dietze Clark IMcKinney Osterheld Henry Loi-is Gohdes George Emmett Ostrander Ivnr.EKT Fred Groxzo Ralph Pomeroy 1914 Walter Sargent Bemis • Almond Proctor Gasser Allan Briggs John Olaus Mael Cyril Leon Clark Tokuzoh Motoyama Paul Andrew Daiil Arthi-r Lucius Myri.and LaMONT HUXTI.R Rl( HARDSOX 174 SChr Platform m- . .. k! StepkiHs Edv.ards Thompson Gromo Rav Mae! Briggs Blui t Eckhnrdt Cht-sick Jleiiman Ntlsou Gasser Kevin Dktze Lofts ordon McDonald Kohmo Oslraiider Fr,y Pomtroy Martineau Thayer Olin Richardson Ode ard Ochsner V ' ronitui Flint Myrland yoliveite Anderson Gohdes Bridges Groiefhorst Motoyama Osivrhtld Rtiser Dahm George Ohm Clark Spohn Toole Wernickf Che ©lattonn EwAi.D DaxiI ' L Steinhagex President Harry Victor Meissner J ' icc-Prcsidcnt Clarence Rugg Cleveland Treasurer EuuKNK Joseph Chloipeck Secretary igii ' alter Axlev Jlstix LeRov Johxshx Samuel Lyman Barber Bernharh Charles Korx George Edward Clearv Emmett Paul Mahoxey Paul Drake Dale Patrick Hexry Martin Leonard Peter Fox .- Fred Merk jMartin Gustav Glaeser Chester Ferdinand Rohn Carl Haessler Ewald Daniel Steinhagen Martix John Thue 1912 Alvin Anderson Bextamix Al " ix Kieckhoefer Verne Clinton Bonesteel Frank George Oetking LeRoy ' Thomas Bl-rke Harry ' ICTOR Meissner Clarence Rugg Cleveland Bailey Edwin Ramsdell ' ayne Edgar Deming Willard Chandler Thompson Raymond Julu-s Alex Heilmanx Axders Juh axx W ' kh.ex John James W ' ii.laman 1913 Anthony Edward Baldauf Ritchie David Lewis William Frederich Buech Theodore Gorman Lewis Stephen Tolman Bergh Harry Raymond Lichtenberg Eugene Joseph Chi.oupki k Fkaxk Blackp.urn Lucas George West Christie Thomas Axdriav Martix Johanx Lavax I ' ai.eri.axd IMorris Meyer Clarence Jackson Alvix Carl Reis William Raxdolph Lacey Elmer Eru Schattschneider Converse Wurdemanx 1914 Helmuth I ' ked Arps Clarexce Cole Marshall Grover Clevei.axd Bloomfield Harold Lklaxh Merkel William Rvlaxd Boorman Lloyd Dougherty Miller L ktix Calkins Briggs Byron Lewis Ronixsox Arthur Alvin Gelatt ' ictiir Ruhin Arthur Gilbert Harter Mii.tox Rosexbekg Ray Jeffrey Hart Im.ovd Morrisox Showaltkr Harvey Clarexce Haktuu. Ekk Freijekk h Stuewe Earl Munro Jeffrey John Thompson Jesse Grant Littlefield Francis James Webb John ' incent McCormick Ralph Vewdale 176 Cbe I19Iatform h ' orn Buerh liohti y ff ' f ' V McCormick Smith Little field liamsdell Fagerland Wurdf matin Oetking Liclitejiber Denting Hoyt Heilmann Bergh Christie HarHvig Le uis Bloomjicid W. Thompson Arps Rubin Dale Fox Merkel Haessler Rosenberg Robinson " jackson Kieckhoefer Marshall Meissner Merk Boncsieel johnson Chlonpek Stue-j ' e Teivdale If, P. Thompson Webb Commons Baldanf Mil er Rets W ' illanian Brians Boorman 177 Srijr Platform Elureii IClav ' Skk mL i-A Xjw) f km] . r liiadKalcs RuilERT MlkPHV Martin Anderson Arthur Christopher Baer Otto Ingman Berch George August Blank George Byron Carter John James Doerschuk William Malcolm Jackson Norman Lee Jewett Hugh Christian Johnson Ja.mes Bernakii McXulty Alfred Henry Mevkr George Charles Morris Frank Barron Morrison Robert Lewis Post Emil Rauchenstein Griffith Richards LeRoy Adolph Schoenmann Harvey George Smith Herman Wenzel L ' lspergek 1915 Lawrence Bahr Eliiert Gladstone Bailey Adrian Abbott Brown Arnold Orlando Dahlberg Henry Adolph Drescher Joseph Charles Oilman Louis Albert Henke ' ILLIAM LOCKHART BaiRD James Grey- Beattie Russell Bernhard Bieri Walter Albert Dopke Albert !NL rtin Field John Jepson Garland Francis Edward Huser Elmer James Kilpatrick John Simandl Klinka WlI.LAHIi Harold Alicen Arnold Joseph Aloysius Bexker Henry Lawrence Debbink Hubert Jacob Duerr George Adams Holmes Martin John Hoppert Elmer Howard Hughes Stephen Girard Kammlade Hugo Godfrey Ki.umb Gi-:or(;e Albert Page Henry Andrew Pflughoeft EnwARii Arthur Seaton 1913 Robert Austin Lam son Ernest Luther Stanley Michelstetter Hsiang Yueh IlIOH Allen Kenneth Murray Herman John Ninman Anton Edward Onsrud Howard Perry Opie Ray Herman Schuster Wilson Yates 1914 Eugene Henry Mahler Eugene Edward Kremer James Henry Murphy RuFus Runke Robert Casey ' ithers 178 l)e CJIatform W:9) li ' .L m Mk- ittoi-ar ' 0 Kilpatrick KnucJienstein Drl hiiik Bcrgh Dahlberg Pflitcghoeft Murphy Verse Ittick- RicharJs Kammlade Drescher Garland Doty McNuUv Dopke Jezvett Sclmster Reinke y. P. Murphy Baird Michelstetter Onsrud Luther Klt ' uka Baer Becker Broivn yohnson Murray Baihy Seatott Huser Moh Hopper t V!sperger flenke Klumb Blank A»derso7i Page Morris Beat tie Mahler Carter jackson Jlolmes Arnold Meyer Post Klauser 179 ®fcr ©latform JUNIOk ORATOR m Mary Parent Lucy Ada Case Josephine Myrtle Gath Lulu Runge Hambrecht Leonora Hambrecht Medora Emmeline Harkes Edna Grace Johnson Clarissa Ann Kuhks Esther Lehmann Katherine Lehmann I L RTHA SwiNCLEY McClURE Lillian Elizabeth Cook Winifred Lucy Crane Sarah Ellen Evans Alice Milne Farquhar Marie Nuzum Foulkes Katherine Genevieve Harris I L ' .RGARET Jane Jackman Margaret Boyle Aleda May Bowman Margaret Jane Byrne Gladys Grimshaw Gill Mary Wright Kabat igii 1912 1913 Laura Maida Pexniston Elizabeth Rossberg-Leipnitz AL- tilda Emma Schuh Edith Emma Shustee Millie Coe Stone Bertha Trautman Edna Hertha Weber Alma Magdeline Weighers CoiLA Maria Winter RoxiE Yorgey Louise Carolyn Kleinpell Mary Parent Clara Harmon Perry Merle Pierson Bonnie Louise Shoop Grace Irene Smith Laura ] [iriam Stewart Maude Ketch um Helen Lucile Holcombe Therese Catherine Mueller ALLUDE DUNLAP ReID Clara Au(;usta Rintelman 180 Wt)t ©latfnrm Smith Leon or i Hambti-rhi Kliitiptll Weber Marker Wiechers Ester Lehnmnn Parent GUI Sinister I foleombe K. Lehnmnn Farqnhar Stone I ' orgey Schuh Lnbi Hambrecht Kuhns lioy e Case Gat A Bryne yohnsoii Frey Stezuart Perry Ret ' d Winter Penniston Pier son Foulkes Seivani " yackmann ITurris Shoop Ketehinn Hov. ' inan Ei ' ans Rintelmann Rossberg i8i 3rhf Platform jrXlOR ORATOR Marion Dahl LORETTO FrAXCF.S HaXXAN HicPTER Lewis Harper Ada Frances James GeRTRLTIE KlTCHELI. Jennie Lorenz Hazel Marguerite Mead Arlie Mae McCome Alice Jaxe Xelson Irene Marsh Cody igii Ferne Desire Xelson XoRMA Rosalie Roehm Helen Marguerite Schram Gretchen Schoenleher Gladys Smith Sibylla Mae Stitzer Helen Gertrude Thursby Winifred Anna Van Vleck AlMEE ZiLLMER AIaude Truscott Barrett Elsie Margaret Burke Irene Marsh Cody Agnes Hopkins Davis HoNORA Margaret Frawley Clara Louise Haessler Helen Hennessey Amy Keithley C)L1 E Hazel Hortense Chapman Emily Ethel Clark jNTargaret Olivia Ebf.ri.e Agnes Mary Hayes Esther L tilda Ibach MixNiE Clara Koehsei. AL KV 1913 Leah Iarie Deutsch Leola Marie Lorenz Bertha Kitchell Jessie Ida Loew Florence Elizabeth L UER Label McLaughlin Anna Louise Xeitzel Hazel Jsaeelle Roberts Ada Maude Richmond Xellie Elizabeth Schwartz Si m psiix Rose L GDAI.EN Legler Barbara Mullon Edna Crystal Pease Laura Esther PERK ■ Beth Anna Reuss Ruth Cathekixe Rue Saidek Stari 1914 182 M argari;t McGha akv Louise Schoenleber mf; SThr JUIatfntm O Zillnu-r McLmiglilin Dnvis (,. Kilrlirll Jtobcrts J. Loretu Jnmt-s L. Lorenz Stitier Smith Hurf t-r WinVleck Meade Ferhy Keits. Jlili-ke B. Kildiel! L. Sclioenleber Rklimmiil (i. Srhoeiilelur Thiirshv Cody Kitekell Heiinessv Hcumau Nietzel Haessler Sini ' so i lUn-y.-tt .Vtilfen Sclirattt Keitblev Hire ChttpiiKDi Pease Leifier Huifh MiComb A. Xelson F. NeUon Slarks 183 3Chf IPIatform JIXIOR IIKATIIK Florence Louise IJanaii IQI I Marie Christiana Barteneach EvERETTA Ethel Bass Anga Marie Burnson RuBV Belle Chappell Esther Ethel De Boos Aliiia Degeler Anna. Margaret Hamks (3live Rosetta He.ntrickson Grace Angeline Hessing W ' ilhelmine Henrietta Johannes Daisy May Linson Marion Eliza Martin- Mary Ellen Murphy Florence Leotta ' an ' liet Clara Makia Elizaiieth Klug Ruth ' irgixia Brereton Florence Louise Hanan Affa Huekell igi- LouiSE Sophia Lawton Harriet Genevieve Martin Margaret Miron Skinner IQI. ' Rose Ballantyne Meta Christine Banhelin Emily Louisa Bizley Agnes Woohworth Dickerson Lucretia F ' erguson Belle Flicelman Bonnie Hetherington Edna I L rion Hill Grace Hessing Olene Lapham LviiiA Emeline Loos F.i.siE May Mereness Mabel L tiliia Meyer 1914 MlL REn COLLVER CrANE Makguerite Mar ' i ' Kerrkian i8j tlhf ©latfotm Marie Christiana Bartenbach President Margaret Miron Skinner Vice-President Grace Angeline Hessing Treasurer Clara Maria Elizabeth Klug . Secretary Cram Jlesnitig Dfir,ltr DfBoos Breyeioii Hitrtrnhath Lawton . King Bttrnson Loos Cliupt-lU H. Afiirtiii yohanites Meyer Linson Ferguson FUgelman M. . fcirliii M,-reiii-ss Hendrickson D ickerson Ifamtn llithfrington Hill Btituielhi Humes 185 2CbE Platform JOSHUA HIGGINS TO COLLEGE Son of Respected SWagwi Postmaster Will Study ai University of Wisconsin. JosluM. ,.rnm.„„« ..uhK sun ol P....1- iiinslcd Hiram Higgiiis. who pave tlie 4.ilc(lictor) ' address at commencement lasi June, li-ft last week to enter the Fr..-shmaii cl:iss uf the Uiiiv - " -- . U iso.nsni. not require as good a " Imstness- head as one of the departments ii HONOR BROUGHT TO SKAGWi Postmaster ' s Son First in Freshmen me 1- -Dec " at University of IlrO| llL- Wiscontin. Si- J.ishiia, Siiii nf Postmaster Hir.im HiKUK ' s, «..ii h..iinr Inr Skajiwi at t;i !ison lasi vcek l y lakiiiK l ' r« ' " Si till- |-rcshiiinii " Ui-l- " The notice frnni L. till- DaiK ' Canlin;il is i nsli- l nest tn tho P s I,, i). win.lovv d had ents i-.iized ' ' ' ' " s ,,■ he ■ " n,. ' ' l„. , St 1(1 ! ' ' - WILL COMPETE AT ANN ARBOR FOR NORTHERN ORATORI- CALLEAGUEHONORS Mr. Joshua HIggins to Close a Career of Forensic Triumph At the University of Wisconsin. ALL SKAGWI EXCITED. ■ ' Blessed are those who are never a siiriiliis. A REPRESENTATIVE CITIZEN Mr. Joshua HlKRins Induced to Be- come Candidate for Assembly Althonsh »m- generally like to see tlic " oMer heads " run politics, it is with pleasure that wc indorse Mr Josh Hisgnis. lately graduated from tlie L o ' ersily of Wisconsin, for the — - = JOSHUA HIGGINS IS INAUGURATED AS PRESIDENT. Nearly All Citizens of Skagwi Were at Washington Last Week to See Him IVIade First Citizen of the Land. We Suspended Issue For the Occasion. Dobbins ' Son Is Now Skagwi ' s Postmaster. , " " .t: vV ' ,o«- H. leadui Ih.n J ■ f Skagwi, former assemUyman, con- iressman and senator, was maugurated Irosidcnt of the United Slates l efore O.00O people last week at Washnigton, , ' e were there (on the inaugural plal- lorm, too). Never has a scene so im- sed our mil " ' .ffic. mhlM fr diiiii to lis tenter. How dared the lift their timid e es to such heights, with hoi e lo keep their balances cor- rect ' HIGGINS-DOBBINS NUPTIALS Recently Ktecied Congressman and DauKhter of Millionaire Brewer Are Wedded. Wearing a dainlv creation of white silk with hriflal vei ' l, (while the grn im wore the conveiUional ) Miss MehitaUle iJc.Uhins. hhishing prettilv. was given to wedlock In her fallier. Hon. Jcnknis Uihl.ms. nf the llahst Brewing Co.. at the vill " hurcii this morning, the ;qu.. -- .. ' busine. head as one of the departments in Washington SKAGWrS LEADING CITIZEN TO RUN. Hon. Joshua Higgins Will Seek the Late Hon. Jobbins ' Senatorial Toga. Higgins t.i ihc son.ile. All W iso.iisii IS ringmg with the war cry that is ti start a i v« ,«.» w ' sW. ' % cry that is I " a imivcnient which will hring en- . talile fame to Sk.inw am! our leadiii •shna Hiayni % Clippings from t kaguii Clarion • i86 THE rrcss Mf;«ffiei.L 2rtif ©tfsB THE DAILY CARDINAL FOIXDED 1890. PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK DAY DURING THE COLLEGE YEAR AT THE UNIVKIISITY OF WISCONSIN. Office — Room 7. Democrat Blinding. Tele))liiine.s — 2296 and 3302. Entered at tlu- Postufficc at .Ma. lis. mi, A ' i 1.1 cla.ss inatter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1911. NEWS STAFF. ilanaging- Edit. r — (_ ' he.ster C. WelLs. ' l.j. As.sistant ilanaging Editor — Alvin H. Kesjsler, ' 13. L niversitv Editor — Theodore R. Hoyer. ' 12. Athletic Editor — W. 1 . Little, ' 12. EDITORIAL STAFF. Editor-in-Chief — .lohn L. Chikhs, ' 11. Associates — Ed ' svin C. Au. ' stin, ' 12: Willard E. Farnham, ' 12: Elbert C. Stevens. ' 12 Carl F. Werni.ke, ' 12: Harlow G. Brown, ' 13. REPORTERS. Aimee Zillmer, ' 11. Walter C. Hornaday Walter Ketter. ' 13. Geo. C. Rannenberg Wilbur X, Biirkhart. Arthur H. Braytou. ' 14. Alfre.l P. Haake. ' 14. Arthur W. Hallam. ' 14. S. S. Hickox, ' 14. ' 1 4. BUSINESS STAFF. Business Manager — W. J. Goldschniidt. ' 11. Assistant Business Manager — E. P. Kohl, ' 13. Business Assistants — .1. C. Saltzstein. ' 1 t. . - E. Kops. ' 14. and R. .1. .lennett. ' 14. IfOl.l. clniiiJt CliiUi.- Iloycr i88 Cbf nSrfaa 75he SPHINX Published monthly by the Sphinx Cor- poration. Entered at the Postoffice of Madison, Wis., Second Class Matter, September 2S, 19 H SUBSCRIPTION. S1.50 PER ANNUM (If not paid before January 1st, $2.iX) per annum will be charKed.) Sinijle copies on sale at the news-stands and book stores. advert. sine pates made -inown oh application Editorial and Bustness Offices. 427 State St Phone 2836 Office hours every day from S to 6 P. M. Address all communications, subscriptions and remittances for same to the Business Manager. Contributions may be handed or mailed to the Editor or will be collected from the box in Main Hall. Waltheb Buchen ' U. Editor-in-Chief Art Department Litei-ary Department H N. Crawford " U Editor M. B. Mitchell 12 Rov C. Phipps 11 B. P. Stiles ' 11 Carrol Bickelhaupt ' 11 G W. Dresbach ' 13 Lloyd G. Bonesteel ' 10 Wm. Klinger ' lO Dennis Crile ' 13 Dennis Crile ' 13 F. I. Cash -U Business Department Raymond Y.Sanders ' 11. General Manager A. M. Bleyer. ' U, Circulation Manager Assistants H. H. Barker ' 12 R. Duncan ' 13 E. Chloupek ' i 1 1 1. w 1 JlickUhaiipl l v Ti ' ■ ' H P l k Kh ' lie r Mitchell Pliiff ' suits Ciir Prrea The Wisconsin Magazine Volume VIII. JANUARY, 1911 Nwnber 4 Ghll l ! Y. BUESBACK, Editor-in-Chief THEO. I!. HOYEK, }A.f. istant C. G. CHAMBET S. | Aihictir r Or,ERT EAEL COLEMAN. ( Editors CHESTEi; C.WELLS. | " Edil-n 0 C V, y. )E V. lUiistrntiiu Editor ASSOCIATES KENNETH F. BURGESS MORRIS B. MITCHELL STL ' ART BLYTHE WILLI. M B. KE IP CREDE H. CALHOUN ALVIN H. Kl-SSLER BELLE FLIGELMAX HARRIET MAXOX .SHIGEVOSHI OBAIA C. F. G. WERNICKE. JR. GEORGE D. BAILEY, Business Manager R. D. MORSE. LEON KAHN. ( .Assisfnnls AV» A -.-hr lUuUv CluniiK- M.ixoj: Dr,slu,rh Fli i-hiuni J U ' lli l (o l ' lli Ulfl Olnitn Un,r Cttliiouit Wills 190 2i:j)f ©rres Alumnt Assnrialinn of thp Hmuprsity nf Wtarnnsin EXECUTIVE. COMMITTEE Lynn S. Hease. SO. President Mrs. Imogenp H. Carpenter, ' 87. Vlce-Pres. Willard G. Bleyer, ' 96, Eec. Secretary Matthew S. Dudueon. ' U ' l. Treasurer Robert G. Slebecker. " it . Ibert .1. Ochsner, ' S4 Elizabeih Waters. " 85 .T. Glenn Wrav. 93 Lvnn A. Williams. " 00 (2 hf BiBronBtn Alumni ilagasiup Inx 1127 LOUIS P. LOCHNER, 09 Alumni Fellow in Journalism Editor and Business Manager Office. 66 University Hall Residence, 612 S. Biearly St. Telrphone 1939 CONTRIBUTORS Elbert O. Hand. " 59 John Hutchins. ' 73 1 . R. an Hise. ' 79 Prof. John R. Commons Prof. Geo. W. Ehler Prof. Edward C. Elliott Dr. M. P. Ravenel l ynn S. Pease. ' 86 Florence G. Buckstaff, ' 86 Willard G. Bleyer, " 96 Grant Showerman, ' 96 Lynn A. Williams. " 00 Ernst Ton Briesen, ' 00 Louis W. Brideman. ' 06 David S. Hanchett, ' 10 W. D. Richardson. ' 11 Shigeyoshl Obata, " 13 Loiis Paui- Lof hxer Ipl 2tl)c EJrc99 be Mieconsin Engineer -Monthly Publication of the Students of the College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin. MANAGERIAL BOARD W. G. Pearsall, ' 11. Editor S. H. AxKEXEY, ' 12, Manager F. T. Coup, ' 12, Ass ' t. Manager ASSOCIATE EDITORS W. R. WOOLRICH, ' 11 L. D. JOXES, ' 12 F. C. RuHLOFF, ' 12 R. D. Hughes, ' 13 W. A. Sheriffs, ' 13 yours Hughes Woolficli Rithhff Sheriffs Pcarsall Coup Ankeney 1 92 Cbe meats Cbe Ulestern Tntercolkdlate magazine PUBLISHED MONTHLY AT MADISON, WISCONSIN M. BOGULAWSKY Publisher H. G. ARNSDORF Editor THEODORE R. HOYER Atbletic Editor WM. H. srOH.V -, fe ij- a ' E y Associate Editors JOHN L. CHir.DS ' C. W. HORNER Circulation Manager WM. L. McKII.LOP Staff Photographer DENNIS CHILE __Artist Harold J. Dane tt • -4. « t»t- T B I ' ERRY (■ University of Minnesota iBlBL I w university of Chicago Russell H. Albin University of Illinois ll l. r ' ' ( university of Iowa M. B. McHuGH .- University of Michigan Walter Williams University of Missouri Ered W. Varney State of Colorado E. McVaugh -University of Puniue C. M. Osborne Beloit College R. J. Pearsb Cornell College R. N. Miller Lawrence College McKillop Jloyrr Kinnt Wills Ho itsiazvsky A rftsdor ' joltts IL rmr 193 Ehf ©rfBB The Wisconsin Country Magazine Published on the first of each month by the students of the College of Agriculture in co-operation with the courses in Agricultural Journalism an J Advertising. Madison, Wisconsin, February, 1911 A. C. Baer, " 11 J. H. Weir. -12 Stanley Michelstetter. " 13 Herman Ullsperger. II Robert Post. ' 11 R. P. Bean. ' 11 Associate Editor Managing Editor Editor in Chief Benj. Jelinek. 11 M. J. Hoppert. -12. DEPARTMENT EDITORS Bacteriology— Dairy Clarence Hulburt. " 12 Agronom — Soils Frank Morrison. II Horticulture HubertD.White.il Alice Lloyd-Jones. ' 11 - • Home Economies ALUMNI Business Manager Circulation Manager Live Stock General Agric News Poultry Harlow L. Walster. ' OS. Long Couri e G. H. Benkendorf Application made for Entry as Second-class matter ■at the PoPtofhce at Madison. Wis., under Act of March 3. 1S79. A. L. St ' -ne. Sh " rt Course Winter Dairy Course Subscription price S1.00 per year, 10c a copy. Foreign, $1.50. Advertising rates on application. ROV PtKKV Ee. n Benj. min Jelixek 194 j i Cbr J itee William Ja(.ob Goldschmidt President Walter Baker Miller Secretary Arthik Rrittax Doe Treasurer Hoiiorarv Members Prof. W ' illard Gros -enor Bleyer Prof. Thomas Herbert Dickinson Prof. Grant Showerman Marci ' s Hei:man Hexrv Legler Charles Lush Elliot Flower Reuben Gold Thwaites William Jonathan Xeidig John Clyde Marquis Richard Heistand Alexander Barton John Bell Sanborn Associate Members Frank Sheasby Fred Holmes Frederick McKensie Walter ' oodward Louis Bridge:man Active Members Stewart Hill Ankeney Henry Gustave Arnsdorf Roger Kingsley Ballard Carroll Owen Bickelhaipt Marc Boguslawsky Walther Albert Buchen Charles Spencer Coddini;to. Harold Nowell Crawford John Lawrence Childs Arthur Brittan Doe F.rwin Joseph Dohmen William Jacob Gold.- chmidt Samuel Burton Groom Chester William Horner Theodore Robert Hoyer Benjamin Jelinek William Doiglas Little Walter Baker Miller .Morris Bockee Mitchell William Duncan Richardson Basanta Koomer Roy Bennett Phelps Stiles 195 ffihr ©rcBB thi fiAVim i M Eliwin Philip Kohl . Eakl Garon Lake . . Karl Mowrv Mann . Lewis Gould Castle . George West Christie c !srr President " cc-P resident Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary I ' reasurer Pro Honorary Members A. M. Caxdee ' Ra M(]Xi Associate Menilwrs W ' illakd Grosvenor Eleyer Andrew W. Hopkins Ralph Starr Bttler Earle Davis Akin Albert Fay Allison Stewart Fay Ankeney George Davis Bailey Harold Henry Barker Malrige Hiram Bent Marc Boguslawskv Bruce Foster Bradley Otto Franc Bradley Victor Clarence Breytspkaak Charles John Brimmer Benjamin Reed Brindley Harlow Blair Brown Walter Theodore Bri-now BrAINARD DeSAIX BlRHOE Herbert Theodore Burrow Floyd Goodrich Carpenter Arthur James Caveney Thompson Howard Champion George Frederick Christians Eugene Joseph Cloupek Arthi ' k William Consoer John Scripps CcikLH Prof. Steven Warren Gilman Daniel Starch Active Members Dennis Rider Wood Crile Roy John Crissey Carl Edgar Dietze Peter Drewes Guy Thompson Ellis William Jacob Goldschmiht Walter Henry Grell Albert Ernest Greenwood Alfred Paul Haake F ' red Menzo Hall Arthur Wood Hallam Ray Jeffrey Hart Samuel Silkman Hk kox Ahira Rockwell Hinkley Carl Richard Hoffmann Walter Charles Hornaday Austin Smith Iglehart Benjajiin Jelinkk Richard Raymond Josi.in Leon Edmund Kahn Robert Frank Kahn Walter Conrad i ' arl Kkttir 1 ' Ran IS Stewart Lamb Arno Louis Zinke William IIei, T. Carver Priif. John Clyde Lvkuuis Prof. ' illl m Amasa Scott Walter McCrury Dexter Roundy M.spel Louis Sherwin Misch Hinman Rayworth Moore Eugene Carter Noves Reed Lynne Parker William Harold Pugh LuciEN Taylor Reid Hans Henry Ruedebusch Steven Robert Rvnkszel Jerome Colins Saltzsten Alvin Walter Schwarting Harold LaBaune SE MIH•R Cornelius Philip Shea F ' red Clifford Somers Erk ' Frederick Stuewe Michael Francis Timbers Albert Robert Tormey Albert Charles Truitt Frank Edward ' ' k Robert Tudson Underwood Chester Caesar Wells Rollin I " . i;nr H- k W. i no man Zinke 196 tiftr IPrrBS Club Iglelieart Huv Crissfy Crilr Camfinu Jttintk Breyl ' praak lUiik,i (u-.ttiirr Timbers Hinckley Mapel Riiedcbusch .inke Dre-.ues liirriKi- HV A Bietie Sliir-.ie Kelter Burhoe Triiitt Hornaday Bogilslav:skv Christit Kohl Maun Ankeney Coiisoer jaek. ' on Bradley Hart Hoffman Brlmer Shea L. Kahii R. Kahn Tormey Seymour Waldo Misch Alkeii lorley Noves Hallam Moore Sommers Brown jroslin Gretn-.iood Chlouftck Tye 197 5rbe flJrfsa Honorary Members Alexander Septimus Alexander William Dempster Hoard John Clyde Marquis .Issociatc Member Thomas Luther Harris Acth ' c Members igii Walter Axlev Arthur Christiipher Baer Rov Perry Bean Ray Stillman Hulce Benjamin Jelinek James Bernard McNulty Adrian Abbott Brown Clarence Hellings Huli;krt James Grey Beattie William Lockhart Baird IQI2 1913 George Charles AIorrl ' Frank Barron ; Iorrison Robert Lewis Post Emil Rauchenstein Herman Wenzl Ullsperger Hubert Draper ' hite Le(.)Pold Hali ' .ert Kadish James PIi:nr - Weir Walter Albert Dopke Stanley M u helstetter An ' idn Edward Onsrud 1914 William Adolph Greehoff Eugene Henry ALahler Robert Casey Withers 198 Che ©reaa LOWtR CLA55 -£J ■4, ' Zj URNALI5TIC Chester Caesar Wells President Eugene Carter Xoyes J ' ice-President Fred Mexzo Hall Secretary Charles Roscoe Roter Treasurer Committee Chairmen Albert Charles Truitt Program Chairman Walter Charles Hornaday Pin Chairman Alvin Herman Kessler Publicity Chairman Charles Roscoe Roter Social Chairman Eugene Carter Xoyes Initiation Chairman Associate Members 1912 Robert Earl Coleman Willard Edward Farnham Theodore Robert Hoy ' er Royal Benjamin Eeert Chester ' illiam Horner Raymond Gilbert Hall Honorary Member Willard Grosvenor Bleyer Active Members 1913 Harold Henry Barker Dennis Wood Crile Xorvin McQuown Paul Burnham Berg Fred Menzo Hall Raymond Dyer McGrath Brainerd Desaix Burhoe James Harold Hanchette Eugene Carter Xoyes Henry Edward Belkey Walter Charles Hornaday Alvin Carl Reis Walter Wolf Caffyn Robert Davis Hughes George Christian Rannenberg Lewis Gould Castle Alvin Herman Kessler Charles Roscoe Roter George West Christie Burdette Ingersoll Kinne Walter Alexander Sheriffs Eugene Joseph Chloupeck Edwin Phillip Kohl Albert Charles Truitt John Scripps Corley Ralph Llovd-Jones Ralph Toomey Howard Manley Watts Chestf.r Caesar Wells 1914 Grover Cleveland Bloomfield Arthur Wood Hallam ili.iari Mooki house Spori.eder Arthur Holmes Brayton Glenn Vierging Kraus ' illiam Hknrv Tolhurst, 2d. Walter Julius Berger Kenneth Foss Layman Robert Christian Wahl John Archibald Fletcher Lucien Taylor Reid Rollin Farquhak Waldo Emmet William Young Herbert Edwin Wright 199 tEbc C3rrsB Bclta !aipl)a Honorary Members Eric William Allex " altlr Tallmadge Arndt Malcolm Campp. ell DnrcLAS Richard Lloyd Jones ' ILLrA ' i:slev Youni Assoc idle Members LOULS ' lLLL M HkIDGEMAN George Harold Dacv George Rradhurv Hill Frederick Lionel Holmes Louis Pail Loc iixkr Frederick William ;NL cKenzie John Clyde Marquis Horatio Gates AA ' ixslow a8eX(i ol wapa Tol i StSarrKuAoi ' i W ' iLLARD ( " iUOSVENOR PjLEYER a (.X po ' i. h ' rf] •J ' XoAt Roy Perky Pkan John Lawrence Childs Glenn ' akd Dresi ' .acii Karl Mowry ] L nn Denton Loring ( eyek William Lewis Ninaiiuck William Duncan Richardson Henry Gustav Arnsdokf Robert Earl Coleman Stuart Oakes ISlythe K(} ' AL I ' .I:N.I AM IX ElilCRT WlLLAKl) I ' .DWAKIi F " aKXIIAM Chester W ii.liam Horxi:r Theodore Kohert Ho i-:R William Douglas Little (ttfcc ©rrsB Founded at the Uiihi-rsity of iWisliiiujtoii igoS Honorary Members Pkof. Willari) Griisvenor Blm ' kk Zona Gale Mrs. Aubertine Wikidwakh Mcjuke Ella ' IIEELI■:K Wilcox Active Members 1911 Helen Melissa Connor Ada Hopkins Martha Swingley McClure Harriet Maxon Elsie Morrison Frances Ermine Shattuck Alma MA • Slater AiMEK Mary Zillmer igij Marc.arkt IXwisoN Alice Milne Farouhar Belle Fligelmann Gladys Laniiton Hayden 1913 Marguerite Frear Anne ElizauI ' Itu Kii;ckiiei-I ' ;u Laura Esther Picrky [he ©rfSB The Sl hiii.v AT iiK Ihiilx Cardinal ArivF.RTiS[xr, Department The Department of Jourxai.isji Tlw Western Intercollegiate Financial Department 1 lie Uadyer 202 ElHTOKlAL koOMJi Drama fulkr Opera fiou$e Tuesday, June 21, 1910 The Senior Class, 1910 PRESENTS " THE MAN FROM BLANKLEY ' S " A Three Act Comedy Bv 1 " . ATSTFA ' THE PLAYERS Lord Strathpeffer Dwight Brewer Montague Tidniarsh — in the City ISenjamin F. Springer Gabriel Gilwattle . " Robert J. Jensen Jeremiah Ditchwater John L. Hensey Nathaniel Bodlish Alfred N. Budd Mr. Toonier , Clarence F. Watson Mr. Pottle}- George Watson Dawes, butler to the Tidmarsh ' s for one evening Hugo Herring " Mrs. Montague Tidniarsh Margaret H ' Doubler Mrs. Gilwattle Marie Carev Mrs. Ditchwater Ethel R. Taylor Mrs. Bodtish . lice B. Underwood Miss Bugle Hazel Straight Miss Cecilia Flinders Agnes Johnson Gwendoline Tidniarsh Helen INIarie Fitch Marjory Seaton, the governess Gertrude Kennedy Hannah | ,,. , ■ ■ , ( Gladys Priest T ■ v aiting maids t i ■ ' t Jane I Katherine Donovan Si i-XKs — . t the Tidniarsh residence. N " . iiJ. Ledbury Square, Ba -swater. .Act I — Reception Room. The man arrives. .Art II — The Dining Room. The man dines. . ct 111 — The Reception Room again. The man goes. EXECUTI ' E STAFF Director Herbert P. Stothart Business Manager Kenneth G. Olseii Stage Alanager Ivaynioiid P. Weidenfeller Properties . AL Bleyer Electrician C. O. Bickelhaupt Wigs H. Renter PLAV COM HTTEE ' M. J. Blair, Chairman Gordon Falk Elenor Stevens Helen Fitch Ralph Hoyt Gertrude Kennedy (lenrge Mills Kenneth Olseii, Business Manager Properties for this performance were kindly loaned by the Haswell Fur- niture Company. The banquet is served entirely by the Palace of Sweets Company. 204 Drama THE CAST 7lt)C uno s)rnior Class piap 205 ©rama fuller Opera Bouse February 18 and 22 " THE SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE " By Phillips Chvnowkth, L. S. ' 13 GIVEN " pv The Junior Class of 1912 University of Wisconsin CAST OF CHARACTERS Leonard, the Servant of the People Clarence J. Cudahy Dimlap, U. S. Senator Floyd G. Carpenter Dndley Coates. Candidate for Governor Elmer R. Block Ramsey. Railroad Counsel William A. Kietzman Howard Dinsmore, Reporter John Fraser. Jr. George, a Socialist Arthur G. Zander Peixotto, a Prohibitionist Frank D. Hayes Tony, a Bootblack Robert E. Coleman Engineer Einar H. Graff Reporter Dexter R. Mapel A Bootblack. Reporters. Camera Men. an Engineer a Bellhop. Comnniters Alice. Dudley ' s wife Alice J. Ringling Lorraine, his Sister Fanny A. Browne SYXOPSIS . CT ONE The dining room of a fa ' ihinnable hotel in a large Ameri- can city. Early evening. - CT TWO Late evening a month later. The private office of Dudley Coates. ACT THKEE A waiting room in a ferry building. The afternoon before election. LA ' AGE.MENT Coach Herbert Stothart Business Manager Halbert L. Kadish Assistant Business Manager Harry V. Meissner Stage ?ilanager Richard R. Joslin Properties Dexter R. Mapel Assistant Robert E. Coleman PLAY COMAIITTEE John Fraser, Jr., Chairman Harry ' . Meissner Stuart O. Blylhe Fanny A. Browne Bertha Kitchell Lois ' akefield Richard . . Corbett Halbert L. Kadish William A. Kietzman 206 2?rama ■:XD OF ACT II THE CAST Ctirf ' f-iUer KietiDtait Zander yos i i liintrliti Criitiifiy . ' ;o: " «,- lUork Ma ' tl THE PLAV COMMITTEE Kiitilnain Fni i-r, ( ' Ititirimtii Corheit Wak.fuhl .-.,: ,,v Kilrhelt W t iiinior Class Plap 207 Kadish, Miinager Drama I RniXlHTK m — voin ; Beaury Cj " le d ' e s Organised iSijS liicorlyoratcd iwg Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt President Richard Adkins Corbett Vice-President Edward David Jenner T reasurer Jules Merrill Parmentier Student Treasurer John Eraser, Jr Secretary and Keeper of the Haresfoot Executive Board EuwARf David Jenner Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt Joseph Edward Davies ■ Richard Adkinj; Corbett John Smith Main John Eraser. Jh. ' iLLiA. i Dun-can Richardson Honorary Meinln-rs Marcus Ford Dr. Charles Chittenden Dr. Erank Edsall ' Joseph Turner Leo Torbe , Prof. Thomas Herbert Dickinson Aubrey Boucicault ' ' Edward Eberhle WiLLiAii XoRRis John Donovan LuciEN Carv " George Spencer Prof. James Era.xces Pvre . William Oppel George Kelly Prof. Carl Gregory Henry Morgan • " Chauncey Williams Otis Skixxer Carrol Case Herbert Stothart Active Members Chester Dillon Baird Nathan Ritchey Johnson Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt William Arthl r Kietzman Addison Milton Blever Joseph David Mercer Stuart Oakes Blythe .Albert Henry Ochsner Richard .Adkins Corbett . Reed Lynne Parker Ralph Embree Doane Jules : Ierrill Parmentier John Eraser. Jr. Charles Heal-y Powell Robert Charles Eaucett • William Duncan Richardson Joseph Thomas Gallagher Walter .Alexander Sheriffs Marsh. ll Woods George Elbert Crandall Stevens James Mangan Hogan Em mett James Welch Walker 208 1 Drama J-:,,!;. !,:!!, ' ! Gillhl lu I ' httso ' t hill :itniji f ' o-t;- Tl c }atc5toot Club 25tama fuller Opera spouse April 21 and 22 " THE MANICURE SHOP " A Comic Opera in Two Adls The Fourteenth Annual Production of The Haresfoot Chib of the University of ' isconsin. Presented at Madison, April 21-21 Chicago, April 28 Rockford, April 27 Milwaukee, April 29 L ' nder the direction of Herbert P. Stothakt Book and Lyrics by Musical Score by Theoihdre Stempfel. Jr. Herbert P. Stothart CAST OF CHARAC ' I ' ERS Monsieur Guillianie Blonde — Proprietor of the Manicure Shop and the Cafe de la Paix William A. Kietznian Madame Lizzie Blonde — His Wife and Manager Ernest P. Doyle Joseph Harlan — From Buck Creek, Arizona Floyd D. Carpenter Miss Harlan — His English Sister John A. Burrell Richard Harlan — His English Nephew Robert G. Haukohl Jack Chase — " The Fiddler " Joseph T. Gallagher Bernard, the Rat — An .Apache Louis . . Zollner PafT. the Fo.x — his assistant Theodore Stempfel. Jr. Hippolyte — the brains Maurice G. Pierce Vivette — in love with Bernard Burdette L Kinne Prefect de Police lbert 11. Ochsner ! lil]ie — " the Manicurist " Walter .A. Sheriffs CHORUS M. XR IRE GiRi-S — H. W. Becker, N. R. Johnson, H. R. Moore. L. H. Fredericks, T. H. Morgan, O. T. Slagsvoll. W. L. Lobdell, L W. George, J. A. Cummins, T. J. W ' eldon. G. E. IcCarthy. L. Pond. Show Girls— R. E. Doane, N. C. Sweet. R. C. Faucett. J. L Parmentier, W. H. Ellis. C. H. Powell. B. CHELOR Chorus— J. . . Swineford. D. R. Mapel, N. D. Bassett, P. Blackburn, H. . . Davis, L A. Bickelhaupt, A. J. Cavaney. S. R. Easthope. G. C. Rannenberg. E. C. Twitchell, H. H. Bu.ggie, W. E. Harwich, G. AI. Fuller. J. L. Wallis. . . B. Doe. ORCHESTRA W. F. P.uech. H. Wittwer. E. F. ' ieboldt. - . Hirsch. . . B. Rowley, R. C. Disque. C. A. Maun. M. D. McKinney. F. P. Hutchinson, R. A. Baker. L. R. Stoddard. R. H. Libke. S. V. Stanley, H. G. Schultz, W " . F. Lent. V. W. Xehv SCENIC SYNOPSIS Act I — " The Manicure Shop " (Late afternoon in midsummer). Act H — The Cafe de la Paix (Evening of the same day). COMMITTEE ON PRODUCTION Director Herbert Stothart Business Manager Chester D. Baird Stage Manager CO. Bickelhaupt Assistant Stage Manager J. D. Mercer Press .Agent .A. H. Ochsner Assistant Musical Director W. F. Buech Properties R. A. Corbett. A. M. Bleyer, R. D. McGraw, C. F. Gessel 210 Drama r.EHIND THE SCENES " The Leading Lady " ALL Tin; i:iKLS AKi-: mi-:n kt i: i:kv one a LAU tll)e 39anirurr op 211 Drama First Semester Martin Gcstav Glaeskr . Harrv ' ictor Meissxer . SiGVALD ASB.TORX StaVRUM Harrv Gustav Aeexdroth Clifford LeRoy McMillen President T ' iee-Presidcnt Secretary Treasurer Keeper of Mask Honorary Members Prof. David Frankexburger Second Semester Manfielii Steven Gross Chester Ferdixaxd Rohn Eur.EXE Joseph Chloi-peck Harry Victor Meissxer Martix Gustav Gi.aeser Alumni Members Alford Arvold Alexh ' s Baas JoHX Baker Ferdixaxd " ox Aklt Bartlett Dwight Beeee Thomas Logan Bovd Harrv Braxdel JoHx Brennax DwiGHT Brewer Charles Brown Walter Darling Arnold Gessel Willard Griswold Arthur Gruexewald William Hamilton Ralph Hetzel Rolaxd Hill Edward Hoffman Marcus Holes Albert Johxston johx joxes Actii ' C Members Harry Gustav Aeexdroth Carl Borsack LeRoy Frances Burke Eugene Joseph Chloupeck Martin Gustav Glaeser Manfield Steven Gross Walter Carl Ketter Clifford LeRoy McMillen Louis Albert Zollner Erxst Jung Hermax Karrow Xicholas Kirch Peter Schram Frederick Leiser Leo Liljiguist Don McGraw Edward Mc!NL ' hon JoHX Miller Thomas Mills John Valextixe Mulaxey John O ' Meara William Parker John Patrick Archie Persons John Powers Edgar Robinson Harry Soithoff Edward Theirer Tore Tiegex George Worthixgton Harry " " ICTOR Meissner Harold Lewis Merkel Morris Meyer Glenn Edwin Miller Chester Ferdinand Rohn SiGVALD ASEIOKX StaVKUM Leo Tiefenthaler Chester Caesar Wells Deceased .?... Drama fi or sack Ihtrki Chloup(ck Kt ' tter M.Mu. ' en .l . i, Meyer Miiier Tiefenthaier Welis ' 2rf)r (EUtoin Sootf) Club 213 Drama fuller Opera Bouse Saturday, December 10, 1910 Edwin Booth-Red Domino " THE ROAD TO YESTERDAY " A Fantastic Comedy Bv EVELYN GREEXLEAF SUTHERLAND AND BEULAH L RIE DLX PEOnUCliD UNDER THE STAGE DIRECTIdX OF GERTRUDE E. JOHXSOS ACTS I AND IV ACTS II AND III PERIOD PERIOD 190,1 160,1 Ketielm Paulton Kenein Pawiet, Lord Staiingevon . .Leo Tiefenthaler Jack Greaterex Roforniado Jack Chester Roliu Will Leveson Will Wi ' The Feather Harry Abendroth Adrian Tomkiiis Tompkin the Tapster Manfred E. Gross Elspeth Tyrrell Lady Elizabeth Tyrrell Norma Roehni Malena Leveson Black Alalena Mabelle Bredette Eleanor Leveson Elinor Tylney Phoebe Tw hung Harriet Phelps Goody Phelps of the Red Swan i Iary Conover Norah Gillaw Mother Gillaw Fay Vaughn Dolly Foullis Dolly Lncy Fox Hubert Morris leyer Wat Sigwald Stavruni Sir John the ' icar Eugene Chloupek N ' eoman Glenn Miller SCENES OF THE PLAV ACT 1.— Scene I. Will Leveson ' s Studio, Kensin,yt( n. The hour is seven o ' clock of a midsunnuer eve. The period is njo,?. Scexe II. The Road to Yesterday. ACT II. Conmion Room of the Red Swan Inn. The liiiur is seven o ' clock of a June morning. The period is 1603. ACT III— Scene I. Lady Elizabeth ' s Chamber, Strangevon Castle. The hour is eight o ' clock of the evening of the next day, midsunnner eve. The period is 1603. Scene II. Outside the Castle. ACT ] ' . Will Leveson ' s Studio, Kensington. The hour is eleven o ' clock of midsummer eve. The period is 11)03. EXECUTIVE STAFF . Clifford L. McMillen Business Manager - ' ' £,lith wbislow Assistant Business Manager Harry Meissner Property Manager Dorothy Frankenburger Publicity Agent Eugene Chloui)ek 214 Drama ' Etir 3ioali to grstfrOap Drama RED DOMINO CLVB Phoebe Anne Twining President XoRA BuEH Secretary Fay Vaui.hn Treasurer Honorary Members Mrs. Frank Edsall .Miss Lalka Sherry Mrs. LrciEN Hanks Mrs. Charles Tenney Alumni Members Elsie Adams Charlotte Mc Millen Susan Armstrong Elizabeth McKee J.- ne Butt ' Leora Moore Hazel Blanche Clark Carrol Pallard Cornelia Cooper Jean Porterfield Alice Currie Henrietta Pyre Marion Davidson Bertha Riedesel Jessie Davis Cora Schneider Genevieve Eaton Genevieve Scott Grace Ellis Ann Scribner Geraldine Foley Fredica Shattuck Margaret Frankeneurger Georgia Shattuck Lillian Gamble Elizabeth Shepard Mildred Gapen Esther Smith Grace Hecht Jessie Smith Ruby Hildeerand Marion Jones Smith Louise Hinkley Elinor Stephens Mahala Rosecrans Holm Janet St. John Lenore Horan Clara Terry Margaret Jackman Edna June Terry Nora Johnson George Challoner Tracy Stella Kayser Frieda Vincent Gertrude Claire Kennedy Selma ' ognild Euretta Kimball Khoda White FoLA La Follette Helen Williams Gertrude Wright Active Members Gladys Carrie Scribner Agnes Learned Johnson Mabelle Claire Bredette Alice Josephine Ringling Fanny Arnetta Brown Norma Rosalie Roehm Nora Buell J Larion Louise Spencer ] L RY Storek Conover Sibylla JiLae Stitzer Lucy Wells Fox Phoebe Anne Twining Dorothy Frankenburger Fay Vaughn Edith Agnes Winslow 2l6 Drama 3 rl) Bomino Club I ' aiigbn Rin ling Conover spencer Ttvinitiii Bredette Fox yoknson ■Scril ' ner Fra nkenburger Buell 217 Drama ©crmoniftifcbc ®c|cllfci)aft Chakles AIaltador Purin President Agnes Learned Johnson I ' ice-President Lawrence Martin Price Secretary Ernst Karl ' oss Treasurer L RTix Hkxkv Hai:rtel Chainnan Literary Committee ToHN Louis Kind Chairman Social Committee Carl Ernst Feisi-: Chairman Drajnatic Committee Bavard Ouincv Morgan Chairman Music Committee Alexander Rudolph Hohlfeld . . . Chairman Scioitific Committee Elizabeth R(issi;erg Conductor Conversational Section Student Members Elizaheth R issr.i ' .RG Irma Helli ' .i:rg Helen Grace Thurshv AL RTIN GUSTAV Glaeser Harry ' i( tor Mi;issner William John Ai ' .icrg Marie Anthony 191;, Rene von Schleinitz John Charles Prttzlaff 218 Drama ?S r? QI I; |0 « " " Mi MB % rnKisT. rAS mystery play ' (I5rrmanisti0c6c (Bcsrllscfjaft Prosrams February. l(}io, to March, wii March i6 — One-act Farce. " Rezept gegen Schwiegerniiitter. " Direction of Mr. Haiissiiiann. April JO — Musical Program, arranged by Mr. Morgan. May 4 — Students ' Evening. One-act Comedy, — " Die feme Prinzessin " . Iiy Siukrniann. May 5— Illustrated Lecture, " Die 500 jiihrige Begriindnngsfeier der Universitiit Leipzig " , by Mr. Voss. May 2S — Lecture, " Das moderne deutscbe Drama " , liy Fran . nialie von Ende. June 2 — Puppet Play, " Dr. Faustus. " Direction of Mr. Kind. October 19 — Two Puppet Plays. Direction of Mr. Kind. November —Illustrated Lecture, " Braunschweig. Das Niirnberg des Nordens " , by Mr Feise. November 16 — Lecture by ? Ir. Siidekum, lember of the German Imperial Parliament. December 7— Lecture, illustrated with Songs. " Das deutsche ' olkslied " . by Baron and Bar- oness von Wollzogen. December 14 — Students ' Evening, Comedy. " Die Schulreiterin. " December 2r — Christmas Mystery Play. Direction of Mr. Feise. January iS — Musical Program, arranged by Mr. Morgan. February —Comedy. " Das Hemdenknopfchen. " Direction of Mr. Ftisc. March i — Illustrated Lecture. " Rotheidnirg und Xiirnberg " , by Mr. Haertel. General public niecliiu s are held the first and third ll ' edncsdays of each month. The Conversational Section meets every Friday afternoon. The Scientific Section meets once a month. 219 Drama C( 7 Louis Ralph Herrick President Mathurin Marius Dondo rice-Presideiif Jamks Llewellyn Cattell Treasurer Alida Degeler Secretary Charles Drax Cool Chalniian of Program Coiniiiittee Pro8:rammf0 of Past gear IMlle. Haberstich French Songs M. Gaston Arnoult French Monologues M. Marin la Meslee Un Maitre Jardinier et son Oeiivre M. Ernst La Belgique M. DE Vries La Hollande M. WiLLL MSON Impressions daus 1 ' Art M. Cerf Les Epopees Francaises Representation La Grammaire Representation " Le Monde oil 1 ' on s ' ennuie " By Edtiard Pailleron April j, igio CAST OF characters Bellac CARL ERNST FEISE Roger de Ceran LELAXD BOYLSTIIX HALL Paul Raymond MICHAEL PAVEX Toulonnier ALBERT HENRY ( )CHSXER Le General de Briais EDWARD iL RTIX C.REENE Virot BURDETTE IXGERS( )L KIXNE Francois EDWARD CARl ' S Gaiac WILI.ARD CUSH FAX FARNUM Des Millets DWELLE KXEELAXD La Duchesse de Reville ALIDA DEGELER Madame de Loiidau MAl ' .ELLE MANDE " ILLE Jeanne Raymond HA IEL BLANCHE CLARK Lucy Watson LAl ' RA BUTLER lOHXSON Suzanne de Villiers AGXES LEARXED TOHXSON La Comtesse de Ceran ELIZABETH CONRAD Madame Arriego FLIIRA ROBERTS KXOX Madame de Boines HELEX MAE RAXSOX Madame de Saint-Kcault lADlA IRMA DALLWIG Drama ±A " Ef 9?ontic oil Ton s ' fnnuic ' 35tama UNION VAUDEVILLE At (he Gym, Wednesday, " P. M. B SchausDirl — . ' nr ,. ARE VOL ' NOTT OR NOT ' Presented by Eilwin Booth Dramatic Club. 8CE!?E: College Room. . Tinir- II o ' clock before I ' nd t C ST: I ' oc. Nott. The Mifiuiideratood Roo.u Mate U V Meist J.ni Wftrren. A Senior Bill Ell ie t.pd, rhe Tess.-DEfr Huv Zneene Chloupeek Day liv F::1ih; Lyr.CM by Buclieii C ' ■n!LS (;LF:E I ' H ' B-E. MABELSMrTH. Le;. ler , 1 ' - I IMN.U.IST.- THK SKNIOK .SENATOR OF WISCONSIN— Addressing thi ' Vi,i,.n- ..( Ne« (ilarus. V.« I ' ROGKtM c— AnieriCB _. ' ew GliiriiK Unnd , P. 3. Murphy t Attur Riprrw iioirie Gove.nriieni Sr„. Hm)h,tI ,) . Lnhollut. J. m ' i!,:M„l, ,n (iVllh Al " .lnt ' l.-I F 1 W MANFfULIN (i.L ' H .Art DoK. Lender U t.l,I.:K CI.r[l Mii L-LAHK. Le« ler G TIIK ilIAIHiiHUNE MINSTKEI.ETTE TROUPE r„r,.|lo ulor Kneene rhlonpeek I ' l ' il ■■Sh.irlv " Hen lri. ' fct...t. 1f.|M.ar ■■Tpie " I ' irr.-p H l.n TIOS— The M:.n in lli. ' Silv. ry M.M n L " . W : ' r ln-etrii I TIIK WISCONSIN BLUiHLE— By the Hiireslool Club AS-THF.V-HIT CAST A-(in 1 I ' hi Frefhman. i Durolhv Fr:iiiki ' i biirc -r. . H. W. Bwker Y- ' . nUer Shi-rHs Man. ' Miilii ' Red PiirkiT 1. Hrl.-ii Crun-r. Ileiilv rn«ell M«r,.,i, -iMi.ivr,. Billy Bifha«l6i.ii ;, ■■ll;.rL " .,,,„ , , h y Hnlrt«in .lo. ' i,ul Jimmv HogHii ; llill Khin.rr ' Hill F.ilis Kar.. M;.il..r MBrehalK-eorce ' ' Kav .-nn.l.r- .lurk Fr«Mr : Wallh r Bu.hei. K, .1. W Walker Sost ■.ai.imn Phi Beta Liv.i.n Ho .n.-Srrrl.nz l. Time I ' cf . 1910 l-lnylet by K. J. V. Walker ni.d Billv R.chni.l.ni. J THEM PAI ' ERS. or lO-SO-AND UP " SCESK. A Deserled Mill. C ST . lici ' . ;i iiiior MOrkiiij; hiilv Bessip Barefoot llon:ir l Mniili ' v. a i : o- ' . ii h ' , , ...Maurice L. Sliooklevittch Formerly " iih ■■•iiimra HiTrilnir.li .Siopk, " «iO Nijilili Kun in l.nniioii K A FEW MINUTES IN SpOOKLAND ' ' l!v W:illli.r S.liriiiil; and Ler Slr uiirl ,,l;rV |. | -rill 1.1, ciMsiN ' .-litK-Fstjri- . I ' ANESE EKNrlNti MANAGEMENT Itiiiler direclion ol l iiiori Social ironirniltce, H. L. Kaoisii. Geii ' l Ch ' n. Sun-Co MMITTEES Singe— , idKon Blever. ' II. Dir.-clor; C. O. Biekelboupl, Ml, -Mgr.; ll«r .!d.Davis. -I . AsBi.Mer.i C. i:. Ti.Try, ' H. Elr-clririnii Ule.inCnwan. ' II. Aj-si. Kledriciaii. . „, . . ] ' roprri ' ft—t . U. Mapel ' 12. It. A. Corbeil ' I ' J. L, Hafhinsion li, B, K, Coleman ' II ' , L. G. Bleycr " 12. J- " ir. " «..-, ll erl Uchsiier " 11. 1. E. Vtivir ' 11. Ben. Jelinek ' 11. Larl Aihiiii ' fif—W. Abere " 12. Cliriler Wells ' t:i, Louie Mi ch ' U, F. L. Wnchi ' 14. V-Voyr- Dennis Crili- ' 13. Arthur Riinikr, -TJ, Harold blory 12, Gay- lord t:A5 - ' II. ' . , „ I, ™,iii,i.iiiif — Harold Sinilli ' 13. Siriiii- CnrjJriifff— Joe Penr»un. .Vf..rf; {•••u -hfd b; rultn ff i ' ia tlo»- ' . REMEMBER THE U. W. ORCHESTRA CONCERT JAN. 19lh uaic OLD COLLEGE SPIRII ' ALIVE AI CONCERT Varsity Ton.st by Wisconsin Glee , Club Brings Audience to Teet in Pabs Theater. •Sled YOUNG MUSICIANS PLEASE Scene on Stage I: T -pical of College! Life and Alumni Hevel in Memories. Th varslly to«l hroui 1u n..n y P " f.--f 11 til rt by tho I ' " ■ersllv n !a clubs Ir Pubs Ihcatei in , ' Th procrnni (l(n ' an]G of ih- »1 pnn.1. nnrt l.lhj icully ■IVPri ice or (in.% ml .- srnt 1 Ihrl ■k of ly th Viae fol owlni: do sely on til ' Th prcBPnc. .f b - nl sit ll Cl ubs In Stage Setti e Familiar. GLEE CLUB BACK I FROM RECORD IRIP les ren Ente la.neti 3X Bar-qjel lwau (ce nd RccepLions in ro a. 0?- ■ ' -ir ' ' ' O Moline-St; arci Prog an- RenOe-ec — Next 7 J.ifiiiary i9. 20, 21 ' ! r.. a:iTiUJl cuntcH loui ui m.. CIse. undoliM aitd Canju c!uli-. tlujiiig lin ' ■■ ' iiiiuB we " « ■ .ieai.oii, .ias le- " P Kilt ' bliisou, ' 11, lo Ue llnaiiolai .13 FIN[E APPR [CIAIED UNIVERSITY OF WISCOflSlN BOYS SCORE GREIT TRIUMPH HIGH 9U0IT0RIUM IS FILLED h:tch in the entertainment La Cross- was treated to one it the best niuskal prograitiE ever heard Id the city last nigh: when the Univer- sity of Wisconsin Mandolin and Glee clul)s gave their cciicerl In the High school auditorium under th - Busi lces of the Boys ' Alhletle association. Every member of the twelvi? on the program was carried off without- a hitch of anv sort. The large audience of about sue- fully appreciated (he work of the university boys and de- manded an encore after practically all of the selections. The students glad ly respotided and were the recipients oi applause as great as ever before heard in the local hall. The members of the comlbned clubs. 44 strong, sat upon the plalforni and presented a statclv appearauc In their full dress suits set ot by a bright cardinal ribbon which all wore diagonally across their white Hhirt Two of the entertainers are well known here Calvin Schwenker. who is managing the Instrurtiental side of the program. Is a La Crosse bov, whil ' Big Pete " Pierce, althougij not a rca Id ni of the city, made his name kponn m local circles by means of an engagement as soloist at the BlJou theater last summer. The prograiu consisted of a variety of selections. All )ere of a kind which appealed to the a ' idlenee and j I the excellent manner in which they • were given reflects gteat credit upon the mcmbPFS of t..e clubs. One of the special features was a musical number in which the entlie company took part. All gathered around a table where a game of cards ■was played, one of the boys losing all his wordly belongioes. The scene was carried out In song and Impress ed the audkacc by lis novelty A blacii faced singer was another of the out o[ ordinary stunts on the pro- Gram. The local committee In rhari e of the concert cont lsted of Walter Shir- ley, Prof- B E, MrCormkk, Roy Sorensen and Harry Gund ttl TiPr inni ' " " " ' " " " WISCONSIN BOYS GIVE FINE CONCERT tate Uiey CLF . MAMDOLIN AND BANJO CLVBS entertain AT PABSr THEATER NEARLY EVERY MEMBER GIVEN AN ENCORE MundAliti Club Best Thnt Has Repre sented University in Ye.irs — A Sketch Showing College Life Well Received. Loy many com amgh 105 ' " m .. ' Jt o( Wls-I h«d royal goo ' l timi! a ih- Pflb6 the-! Btpr 1 sat ni;bt welcomlo 5 Ihr fniv ersltv, of W SCODSIo Glc . MandoliTi and clubs oBL-t more t Mllw uker Add ihes- club certa Ob »»ie itorib 1 KOln? tar. -.0 E e aod (0 10 hear »«s ! elT brat co ■•frt, Q-l the yo .ihful •n(rr( nlners heha cd Ilk vetcraoB The .lub-s descried a ec-lved las belter ntghl attrndince BltbOU?!. it 19 only ■ »:r lo s.T ■ oat th ouOI-oce made up Id enthi ' siasm whnt 1 lackH in cum- brrs. Th MiDdolln c ' ub thi! year M fa r ara • .Y t ? t-Cit 111 ll tai reprrseutf d tbe I je: Tbla utiao piav TMlh tbe ftnish aoil imooth- oesa Of proi-Miaoals and dultr dellshted the aurtieoie, ejpecially n ' ith Ihe last niimbe ' ' ' f rendered -I IHE GLEE he IS U ' Glee and Mandolin Clubs oame up from .Madison yester- day aftPrnoon and g,% e a conterl at itw First M E, church last eveuirg under tb ' auspices of the Sfwitli SUe chuTxb. To 3Vf the least the visitors gav eiceptlonaliy gcod sat- lifacllon Tbe church was tllU-d p.nd there was a healthy ajiptause manj ' times About forty meuibi rs tO ' fk part In the prograiu. sixteen appc-ar- Ing In Uie Gloe club, tbe othfcs ac- coQipanylng with the siitlar and man- dolin. The flute solo and the local solo ner exceptionally meritorious nudibers. and both wore appriM latud Those who ha e witjieased liie enter- ' alnments given by the I " W or-au l .atlon In Uie past, say Llils was I)k- best of th.? s rlos. The club left Uor« for Sparta and La Crossi ' . and will makie ,i shoit tour tlitoughoul Hie Stat.?, After the holidii s Uiey will luiko anoiher short tour ' gr f a usical Clubs ' ' Erip Cltppinss 224 8)9uaic Ct)r ii¥lu0tcal Club Carl Martin Halseth President Chapin Roberts J ' ice-President Joseph David Mercer Secretary FoYE Peabody Hutchinson Manager .Simon lltinirickson Car pouter Corey WKboll Gonitis Rogers M ' ilsiy Rassell Smart Maple Ig eJiarl Kellogg llh lis Dazis Durnell Taylor Baldzvin OehUr Payne Wright Xoouau Camargo Slade Doe Hutchinson Speer Brimmer Steen ScAv)eliier Halseth Claris Fein George Roberts Carey Sturgeon LyforJ Hum Afereer Lobdell jeivitt 225 Benjamin Sandford Beecher Manager Dr. Lewis Adolph Oierne Director Herbert Stothart Director C ' iMiLLo Adams Clark Leader ©rrsonnfl Raymond Lawrence Baldwin First Base Benjamin Sanford Beecher First Tenor William Frederick Buech First Tenor Norman Douglas Bassett First Tenor Roger P.ross Buettell Second Tenor CoMiLLO Adams Clarke First Base ■ Carl L rtin Halsetii First Base Man ' ILLe Fritjoff Hendrickson Second Base Heriiert Dutton Hurn Second Tenor HaR(ili) ' rrALrs Joannes ' Second Base Raymond Charles Laxge Second Base Carl John Lueders Second Tenor Joseph Dayid Mercer " ' econd Tenor Alfred Geuffry Uehler Second Base Maurice Campbell Pierce F ' ' ' st Base Zeno Milton Speer First Tenor Arthur Lewis Steen i ' ' ' f Tenor Edward Tyler Sturgeon Sectmd Tenor Archibald Roger Taylor Second Tenor Charles Earl Terry First Tenor Eyerett Milton ' alentine First Tenor Emmett Tames Welsh Walker Second Base 226 9@usic FoYE Peabody Hutchinson Manager Herbert Stothart Director Arthur Brittax Doe Leader JPrraonnfl Charles Henry Brimmer Second Mandolin Russell Hand Cari-enter First Mandolin Trajano Camargo Fhitc Harold Per Lee Gary First Mandolin Harris Lorenzo Corey Guitar Arthur Brittan Doe First Mandolin. Banjo Donald Scott Durneli Guitar Alfred Erwin Fein Guitar, Banjo Hugh William Gogcins Guitar Marshall Woods George First Mandolin FoYE Peabody Hutchinson First Violin Austin Smith Igleheart Second Mandolin RuFUS Henry Kellogg First Mandolin Charles Conover Lyford Traps Warren Lamson Lobdell Second Mandidin Arthur Miller Mandola, Banjo Dexter Roundy Lvpel First Mandolin, Banjo Maurice Pearse Rogers Cello Chapix Roberts First Mandolin Orren David Smart Guitar John Lathrop Slade . . First Mandolin Richard Wharton Simons Second Mandolin. Banjo Calvin Fi-ovo Schuenker Banjo Elmer Fki.dkrk k WiKiiOLiri Second Violin John Lowell Wai.lis Mandola John Kenneth Wright First Mandolin, Banjo Frederick Sheldon Wilsey Second Mandolin, Banjo 227 SPusic 1 f i I t T i 9 ' -1 B HEjOKiflH JHrH P ■XV ' h ■■? •| f T t lt -f f ' i ' 7i ,5 t i fii ? ii - T -JAJ EI H OHB t y h ' h - ' h ' K ' ' " m MP 1— p 11 • - . ' -W r " . 4 i (II ' b ihbp ' ' ,;;■»• MMury Biiefh Samf ' Witlureh Larson Bilutnull lUriiaid Torgt-rsoti Kirch Brttiikhorst A ' niglU Leicht Hutson Othhr Blakt Tarr. l Bo7icsle,l Mann O.it.s Colls.liu k Frost Cleary Morgan Truyer Srlttnidcr Gttnderson James Oitkiiig Hiibbrll Butz Dcihl Ro-vhv Geidel Davidson Eiitr Prlrrsoil Wilhvcr Blake Stoddard Charles Ari;usT Manx Conductor Verne Clintox Bonesteel first Lieutenant. Conductoi Frank Earnest Williams ■ . . . Second Lieutenant Royal Elwaru Echlix Drum Major Arthur Richard Hemmv Librarian George Barnes Blake. Clarinet Oliver Drake Knight. Basse Elmer Bix ' Cha.m Blake. Clarinet Leo Thomas Kellev. Clarinet Ralph Xoah Bratbi ' rg. Clarinet Jacob George Leicht. Sa.raphone William Freperick Buech, Bassonn Robert Leonard Larson. Basse Hugh Paul Bliss. Cornet William Mathew McMurry. Clarinet Robert Omra Brunkhurst, Clarinet Everett Kellogg Morgan. Saxal hone BuRCHARD Peter Bernard, Cornet Victor Wilson Nehs. Tynipani Verne Clinton Bonesteel. Trombone Alfred Geoffrv Oehler. Baritone Charles Harold Butz, Trombone Frank George Oetking. Piccolo Percy Cosson Brintxall. Bass Drum Earnest Archibald Peterson, Flute George Edward Cleaky, Trombone Thad Cassius Parr. Cornet Harlev Frank Drews. Trombone Hugh Jackson Reber, Oboe Joseph Dwight Deihl. Sousaphone Alden Bruce Rowley. Horn Carl Xathan Davidson. Saxaplione Stewart Woods Stanley, Clarinet Earnest Willett Emerson. Horn Edward Joseph Samp. Comet Harold Guerxsey Frost. Horn Charles Morrison Scudder. Cornet Carl Diedrich Geidel. Clarinetle Leroy Lester Stoddard. Horn Oscar Gundersox. Cornet Harry George Schultz. Snare Drum Edwin Arthur Gottschalk. Basse George William Traver. Clarinet WoLCOTT Wood Hubrell. Clarinet Myron Axthoxy Tack. Cornet Thomas Ralph Hutsox. Snare Drum Archibald Leroy Tarrell, Cornet John Ambrose James. Baritone Herman Louis Witt.wer, Clarinet Charles Hugo Kirch, Clarinet Archibald Lee Witherell, Clarinet Frank Earnest Williams, Horn 229. usit yfoJumf ' t Hittcli lionestee Samp Runzier Williamson Witizver Hirsh Ileiniman Ruedebiish Cook yarkson Hopper i Rov ' cv Doerschuk Goiiger Bogns aivskv Blake Manu Geidel Cltary Peterson Pott Osanii Kremers Bliss Adlington Huhbell Stoddard Bernard CIjc ?anil)crsitj) ©rcbcstra Charlks August Ma. . Conductor ■ Earl Raymond Adi.ingtdx. Cornet Marc Boguslawsky, Second Violin Ross Allen Baker, Viola George Barnes Blake, Clarinet William Frederick Buech, Bassoon Hugh Paul Bliss, Cornet Verne Clinton Bonesteel, Trombone Charles Harold Butz, Trombone Burchard Peter Bernard, Second Violin Charles Claire Clow, Second Violin Raymond Denney Cooke, Cello George Edward Cleary, Trombone Rubens Frederick Clas, Drum Joseph Dwight Deihl, Tuba Robert Conrad Disque, Base John James Doerschuk, Flute Phillip Charles Gouger. First J ' iolin Carl Dieurich Geidel, Second Violin Martin John Hoppert, Second Violin Warren Frederiik Heineman, Second V Allan Hirsch, Viola Carl JIartin Halseth, Basse WoLCOTT W ' iKiii Hri ' .DEi.r.. Clarinet Clarence Eceles Jackson, First Violin Eugene Edward Kremer, Second Violin Willmar Francis Lent, Cello Charles Conover Lyford, Drum Arthur Mohaupt, First Violin Victor Wilson J ehs, Tympani Norman Osann, Second Violin Arthur Frederick Pott, First Violin Earnest Archibald Peterson, Flute Hugh Jackson Reber, Oboe Alden Bruce Rowley, Horn Hans Henry Ruedebusch, First Violin Arthur Charles Runzlkr, Piano Harry George Schultz, Cello Edward Joseph Samp, Cornet Leroy Lester Stoddard, Horn Myron Axthoxy Tack. First Violin Waldemar X ' on Gelti h. First Violin Elmer Frederick Wiedoldt. First Violin iolin Milton David Williams, Second Violin Robert Crossier Williamson, Cello Herman Loi ' is Wittwek, Otto James Zobel, First Violi)i 229 ueic C ias Rood LloyJ- ' yoiie: M.-tcaif S-.retling 7 " IfttNokniiz MoroueY Smith Milhatipt Miner BrtJ,-llt Gales Hugi l Oettilier Loieltz xX% (l Irc Club €)fficcr0 Mabel Smith President Florenxe S vettiX(. Secretary and Treasurer Barbara Klinefelter Librarian Dr. Louis Adolphe Coerxe Director ttsonnd Bessie Vera Ckittell. T ' irst Sof ' rauu Louise Lancdon Buck, First Soprano Mabelle Claire Bredette, Second Alto Norma Conyne, Second Soprano Lucina Loncworthy Carr. First Alto Ella Bean Chane, First Alto L ry Chrishol.m Ely, Second Alto Xeva Florenxe Gates, Second Alto Floren ' CE Ioxe Hu iiLL. First Soprano Ilma DeMurska Jungkuxz, First Soprano Rhea Mabelle Jexxinxs, Second Soprano Alice Lloyd- Tones. First Alto .M. E K.VTHERIXE HITE. 5 1-Iertha Kitchell, Second Alto B. RBAR- Klinefelter, First Soprano Jennie Lorenz. First Alto Ver.a Amelia Milh. upt. Second Alto H. RRiET Genevieve L rtin, Second Alto Kathleen Moroney, Second Soprano OcEA L Y Metcalfe, Second Soprano ] L R.TORiE Rose Miner. First Soprano 1 ' lorence Stewart Oettiki:r. First Alto Elizabeth Rood. Second Soprano Florlece Swettino. Second Soprano i L BEL Smith, Second .llto •cond Soprano IILITniT SPilitarp «? ? ¥v? ' | S? L oiiiiiiaiidaiil Captain Ralph McCoy, Fifth U. S. Ixfantrv .Assistant to the Coininandant, and Armorer William CJakrett Atkins, Battalion Sergeant Major, U. S. A., Retired Rcahnciital Field and Staff HARRY DUVALL BLAKE . . . ' . ' . . . Colonel PATRICK HENRY MARTIN Lieut. Colonel HUBERT nRAPER WHITE Captain and Adjutant JOHN LAW ' SdN BALDWIN THOMAS, JR Captain and Quartermaster CHARLES CHAMBERS First Lieut, and Inspector FIRST battalion CARL WILLIAM ESALT Major DANIEL DONATO FOXWELL First Lieut, and Adjutant FRANK EDW.XRD VITZ Second Lieut, and Quartermaster BERT KOHLER Sergeant Major HUGH VAL H. RN Quartermaster Sergeant Conipaiiv A Coinj aiiy B WALTER THEODORE BRUNOW, Captain. CEORCE WALTER ESAl ' , Captain. TOSEPH EUGENE LO -E, Ist Lieut. NORMAN ALLAN ENGLISH. 1st Lieut. EUGENE BIRD .MARTINEAU, 2nd Lieut. RALPH PERRY HAMMOND, 2nd Lieut. Coiii anv C Conipanv D LEE HAYNE STEWART. Captain. HALBERT LEOPOLD KADISH, Captain. ELMER ELLSWORTH BROWNING. 1st Lieut. DONALD S. FFORD HOLMES. 1st Lieut. WILLIAM R. NDIILPII L. CY, 2nd Lieut. DEXTER ROUNDY MAPEL. 2nd Lieut. SECOND B. TTALION KARL MOWRY M. NN Major TOHN PATRICK CANAWVN First Lieut, and Adjutant FREDERICK SEACC )RD WILCOX Second Lieut, and Ouartermaster MERRILL CL.VRY SOSMAN Sergeant Major EDWARD FRANCIS THOM. S Quartermaster Sergeant Cotn anv E Coiupanv G LEWIS KEMPER WILSON. Captain. RALPH ROLLINS HIBB.ARD, Captain. LABAN JENKINS BRADY. 1st Lieut. MdRTI.MER MERTZ L. WRENCE, 1st Lieut. MELVIN JAMES EWANS, 2nd Lieut. WILLL M CARL EPSTEIN, 2nd Lieut. Conipanv F Coinpanv H ADAM RICHMOND. Captain. VAUGHAN ROBERT BACON. Captain. ALFRED CHARLES SH.APE. 1st Lieut. EUGENE CARTER NOYES. 1st Lieut. RAY CH. RLES TUTTLE. 2nd Lieut. ROBERT DAVID HUGHES, 2nd Lieut. THIRD BATTALION CHARLES T. MES MtlRITZ Major EDMOND STEPHEN GILLETTE First Lieut, and .adjutant E. RL M. R ' IN PRICE Second Lieut, and Ouartermaster JOHN WHEELER MILLSPAUGH Sergeant Major WILLIAM TOLIU ' RST Quartermaster Sergeant Conifaiix I Coinpanv L LOREN LOOMIS HEBBARD, Captain. HARRY VICTOR MEISSNER. Captain. CLARENCE RUGG CLEVELAND, 1st Lieut. CONVERSE Wl ' RDEMAN. 1st Lieut. WERNER PETER WOLFF. 2nd Lieut. NATHAN RITCHEY JOHNSON. 2nd Lieut. Cinnf ' auv K Coiiifaiiv .1 ARTHUR TACKSON P.ARCLAY. Captain. HARRIE ALBERT BAKER. Captain. ELBERT GLADSTONE BAILEY. 1st Lieut. ARCHIBALD ROGER T. YLOR, 1st Lieut. HARVEY MERTON HARKER. 2nd Lieut. FREDERICK RICE W. HL, 2nd Lieut. BAND CHARLES AUGUST JIANN Captain VERNE CLINTON BONESTEEL First Lieutenant FRANK ERNEST WILLI. MS Second Lieutenant ROY ECHLIN Drum Major ALL. N CHARLES WERNER Chief Trumpeter HOSPITAL ((IRPS DR. J. MES CL. UDE ELSOM Lieutenant Colonel and Surgeon JAY HENLAY WILLIAJIS Captain HARRY ABELL First Lieutenant HARRY MELVIN BARDIN Second Lieutenant TAR(;ET DETACHMENT ARTHUR THf): IAS HOBART Captain LEON ALEXANDER GUTOWSKI First Lieutenant GEORGE ETIW AKD I ' .ENNETT Second Lieutenant apilttarp 233 8©ilttarp Competttibc BrtU J (;v - ' , v u Companp Competition H ' on by Com PAW E Co l la ill Harry Dl all Blake First Lieutenant Lewis Kemper Wilson Second Lieutenant Alfred Charles Shape First Sergeant Jamks Alexander Laiki Seri cants Clarence Knudtson Eugene Bird Martineau Henry Lol ' Is Gohdes John William Griswold Robert Leslie Alton Aram Moses Eleazarian Co r orals Paul Max Staehle Merrill Clary Sosman Stanley Carl Cochems Carl Kleck John Pugh Davies Robert Raymond Francis Lawrence Bahr Robert Dixson Baird Fred Augl ' st Bentz Russell Bernhard Bieri F ' rederick William Braasch Charles Frederick Burton- William Herbert Carey Lewis Gould Castle Ralph George Condit Charles Edward Copeland Joseph Bernard Eagan Henry Patrick Edwards Alexander White Ely Clarence Erickson Lawrence Boynton Erwin Al.VIN Louis FlNDKlSEN Privates Forrest Washburn Freeman ' ICT(lR Arrol Galbraith Hugh Leroy Gear iLvRSHALL Woods George William Groover John Rodney Jamieson Hal Herman Lang Earl Elmer Lancworthy Abe Morti.mer Levitan John Alfred Lewis Theodore Gorman Lewis Frank Henry . L dson Michael L hre Frank Xovak Lester Fremont Olson AxTHiix JdHWES OpSTIIlAf. llnditiibual Comprtition John Robert Palfrey Xelson Andrew Portman Reginald Lloyd Frees Earlinc; Oscar Ravn John Murray Ray James Thomas Roach Reuben Rolfing Livingston Ross Lartin Peer Schneider John Ensign Sheridan Otto Stangel Luther Witt Swart Henry Weber George Brinton Welser L RC Archie Webb John Paul Zahn Jl ' on by Coi.Clk SlUGIAXT ElGKNK CaRIKK XOYES l-l ojiorablc Mention Sergeant Lai-.an Jenkins P.kady Sergeant Archibali ' Roger Taylor E i- t ' ii ' Ctirti- oyt ' General Charles King, V . S. A.. Retired First Lieutenant Arthur Brown, 2 th U. S. Infantry First Lieutenant Charles Severson, 3ist U. S. Infantry 234 8©ilitarp WA x Bepartmcnt inspection May i8, 1910 Insf ' cclhig Officer Capt. Eexjamin Simmons, General Staff, U. S. A. Report of Inspecting Off ' icer " General impresskin at review and inspection was very good; 23s S ilaatf Personnel Score Standing Prone George Elias Steudel 44 48 Arno Louis Ballschm eider 44 47 Leon Alexander Gutowski 50 48 Oluer Drake Knight 4c; 4 Clarence Rugg Cle eland 46 47 Raymond Giedei 4 1 43 Rollin Robert Parks ±2 o Harold ' illis Storv 42 47 Jose Gaston 44 46 Amos Jefferson KiXG 4 49 44 ' ' ' 474 Last Year ' s Score 437 481 Gain o — 7 Out of twenty-two teams competing Wisconsin was eighth, Massachusetts Agricultural College took first place. wrxNrR OF regents ' gold mfhm, for targft siinoTixn Total 92 91 98 94 93 89 92 89 90 92 920 918 :T {.illtOWSki 236 99ilttarp Mjm MS SDttictxs George Elias Steudel President RoLLiN Robert Parks Vice-President Captaix Ralph McCoy Secretary Oliver Drake Knight Treasurer William Harold Pugh Executive Officer 6@rtnbctsbip TWO HUNDRED 237 Ihonnratp aSilitatg Sncirtg Coiii ciiiy A Honorary Charles King, Captain United States Army: Brig. Gen.. I ' nited States ' olunteers. Ralph AIcCoy, Captain Fifth United States Infantry. Charles Boardman, Brig. Gen., and . dj. Gen.. Wisconsin Xational Guard. John Sols.man, Colonel and . ssistant . dj. Gen.. Wisconsin Xational Guard. George Joachim, Colonel First Regiment Infantry. Wisconsin Xational Guard. Aclkc Colonel Harry Duvall Bl. kk Colonel Walter Biersach Sihulte Lieutenant Colonel P. trick Henry Martin Major Carl William Esau I Iajor Henry Schuette Major Karl Mowry Mann M. ' KjOR Charles James Moritz Capt.ain and , njuT. . T Hubert Draper White Captain Lyman Robert Talbot Captain Walter Theodore Brunuxy C. pt. ' Mn William Elmore Captain Loren Loo.mis Hebbard Captain Lee Hayne Stewart Captain George Walter Esal " Captain Lewis Kemper Wilson C.aptaix .-Kdam Richmond Captain Ralph Rollins Hibbarh Captain Harrie Albert Baker Captai.n Vaughan Robert Bacon Captain Harry Victor Meissner Captain Halbert Leopold Kadish Lieutenant William Henry Ellis Lieutenant Alfred Charles Shape Lieutenant Elmer Ellsworth Browning Lieutenant X orman Allan E.nglish Lieutenant Archibald Roger Taylor 238 SJBilitsrp fecabbarli anli iSIalir Founded at Unk ' ersity of JJ ' Isronsiii !» t t f S 3 Schiilit- Ki hinond I ' nunoi ' . ' Mtmii Ktt H lt Shape : Emu Ellis Ste-.rnrl Taylor Baker Jlebherd Marthi Blake McCoy E.Esau . rorilz KaJisli Bacon Wilsou While Brov. ning Talbol J{iI l ' arJ Company lixoll Company A L- ' niveksity ok Wisconsin Company B University of Minnesota Company C Cornell University Company D University of Iowa Company E PrRDUE Univf.rsitv Company F Univkksity or Illinois 239 80ilttarp CAPTAIN MCCOY SERGEANT ATKINS : ir-..;. i awss. 4 i-ii. kvart , DRESS PARADE THE HANI) (IN I ' AKADi; THE FIREMAN S GRIP FIRST AID SDCIETT fotirtp Gavi-ipku Jcixes Case Assislaiil III Chainnan Kf.kh Lynxk Parkik General Clniiniidii l- " i,ovD GooriRiLH Carpenter Assistant to Chainnan Aherg HoMslii-j.iskv Bomslefl Jlii-.yen JSliscr Crissfy Groom KaJish Sotictp ' W.iit jI5inctrfn= ' 3rtDrlbf iunior PromcnaUf 243 S ' Otirti ' Finance John Scripps Corley Harry Robert Foerster l abal " Ball Angus McArthur. Jr., Chairman Floor and Music Robert Linde Bowen Howard Herbert Rogers Adici ' tising and Decoration Dennis Wood Crile Karl Mowry Mann Louis Earle Glover Chester Kempley Clifford LeRciv McMillkx Hazel Babcock Edith Moore Senior StoinB ' SDut Robert Louis Schuetter. Chairman Arthur Schoppenhouer Kleinpell, Treasurer Kayutah Ferrar Arch Eldredge Richards Teresa L RIE Ryan Alvin Walter Schwartinq Eva Stex house «. S. 9. Dance Ada Ormsby L cAdam. Chairman Gretchen Schoenleber Elsie Garling K, thleen Moroney Ada Maud Richmond Arrangements Walter Theodore Brunow William CHAP L - Elmoke Halbert Leopold Kadish Hubert Draper White Floor Harrie Albert Baker Arthur Thomas Hobart Harry Victor Meissner Lewis Kemper Wilson 2DffitrrB ' jpormal Loren LooMis Hedbarh, Chairman Mtisic and Program Charles August Mann Vaughan Robert Bacon Lee Hayne Stewart Jay Henley Williams Decoration Arthur Jackson Barclay Adam Richmond Ralph Rollins Hibb ard John Lawson Thomas, Jr. ftophomorr 25ancr Manville Fritjoff Hexdrickson. Chairman Damon Aloxzo Brown Neva Florence Gates Kenneth Stuart Templeton Harry Eugene Bundy Florence Ione Hugill Converse Wurdemann Music Benjamin Brindley Jf«Bbman SDanct Walter Samuel Bemis. Chairman Reception Albert Robert Pierce Program Walter George Erdman 244 ftocictp FNGAGE AND lAG Milton Johnston Blair, 10, and Cora Virginia Schneider. Raymond Thomas Birge, " 09, and Irene Alma Walsh. Charles Frank Boyd, ex " 12, and Martha MacCloud. Kendall Foote Dickenson. " 11. and Hazel ' an Scoter Constantine. Professor RoUin Henry Deniston and Doctor Elenor Dobson. ex ' 11 Wilber Morris Derthick, Law. " ll and Cora Colbert, " 11. Harold Winthrop Drew. " 09. and Alice Currie. " 08. Doctor Dwelly and Lily Emery. ' 12. Robert Frederic Duncan, ' 13, and Nora Buell, ' 11. Samuel Burton Echlin. ' 01. and Harriet Bos wick, ' 01. James Malcolm Firth, ex ' 11 and Louise Rodman. Orange. X. J. William George Fixel and Fannie Lyon, ' 0 3. Joseph Gallagher. ' 13. and Echo Hennessev. Roland Barney Anthony, ' 05, and Harriet Shumway Fietzsch. ' 05. Roger Varner Angstman, ' 10, and Genevieve Prudence Clarke. ' 10. Henry Alfred Balding, ' 02, and Maud Merrill. Ferdinand Von Ar!t Bartlett, ' 09, and Elizabeth Thompson, ex ' 11. Edwin Marcotte Ball, ' 09. and Helen Hunter, ' 09. DeWitte Dudgeon Easkerville, ' 06, and Florence Kelly, Madison, Wis. Henry George Barkenhausen, ' OS, and Miriam Noyes, ' 07. Franklin Benjamin Bennett. ' OS, and Francis Elvira Wallis, ' 07. Miles Wrenn Birkett, ' 06, and Carol Parsons. Karl Bickle. ' 08. and Ethel Baugh Clark. ' 09. George Washington Blanchard» Law ' 10, and Helen Rachael Sherman, Stevens Point. Wis. Frederick Sarles Brandenburg, ' 09, and Elsie Baragwanath, ex ' 12. Willis Edge Brindley, ' 03, and Pau- line Storms. Thadeus Hayward Brindley. ' 0 J. and Agnes Roosevelt McCord. Charles Loomis Byron, " OS. and Ruby Zaidee Hildebrand. ' OS. Paul Hyde Buchanan. ' 10, and Ruth Geiger. Harvey Bryant and Edna Hughes, " 07. Frederick Chamberlain and Carolyn Adams. ' 11. Alfred Freude Coleman. ' 09, and Ada Elenor Fritz, ex ' 11. Frank Alfred DeBoos. ' 09, and Edna Confer, ' 09. William Ward Davidson. ' ( 9, and Margaret Eyland. (EEngagemcnte William Geppert and Ruth Hen- ning, ' 11. vVIfred Martin Graver. V. of Michi- gan, and Grace Emilv Lucius, ex ' 12. Frederick William Greve. ' OS. and Florence Roehm. ' 09. Doctor Oscar Hagen and !Moselle Weld, ex ' 11. Charles Frederick Hibbard, ex ' 12, and Florence Faville. ex ' 12. Lawrence Johnson and Maud Leno- ra Terry. ' 08. John Frank Kessenich, ' 06, and Esther Kayser, ' 11. Henry Halleck Kerr, ' 10, and Helen Harrison, ex ' 13. Robert Bell Michell and Ethelyn Doe, ' 10. Maurice Herbert Needham. ' 10. and Ray Elizabeth Holthoff. ' 10. Reed Lynne Parker, ex ' 12. and Geraldine Birdsall, South Bend. Ind. SParriaijrs William Loiii-- L)avis. " m, and Sa- bena Herefurth, iladison. George Rov Eliot and Alma Lee Wilkins, ' ' 09. Arthur Frank. " 09. and Margaret Loeffler, Milwaukee. Wis. Maurice Fuller Fox, ' 04, and Lucy Ripley, ' 10. Clarence Fuller and Lyda Gross, ' 10. David Benjamin Graham, ex ' 11, and Helen Cranbrook, ex ' 11. Lester Samuel Hughev, ex ' 11, and Ruth Hyde. Lacy Horton, ' 07, and Margarette Richmond. Charles Hill. ' 08. and Leta Lucele Stevens, " 08. Frederic Christian Henke, ' 10, and Pearl Richardson. ' 10. James Alfred Johnson. ' 09, and Agnes Boggis. Melvin Johnson and Lillian Ethel Richards. 02. Moses Jencks, ' 10, and Mabel Harrison. Edwin Converse Jones , ' 07, and Gil Minkey. Henry Hewitt Kimberly, ' 07, and Eneid Morgan. Otto Louis Kowaike, ' 06, and Wini- fred Titus. ' 06. Ira Sherburn Lorenz, ' 06, and Lou- ise W ' alker. ' 07. Harry Leslie Lea. ' 03, and Mildred Stephens. John Lindsay and Grace Steiner, ' 09. William Edward Lunt and Elizabeth Atkinson. Odd Meyer. ' 08, and OIlie Bach. Frank Barron Morrison, ' 11. and Elsie Rea Bullard. Prescott Charles Richie, ex ' 11, and Florence Ferguson, Oak Park, 111. Warner Rothschild and Flora Knox, ' 12. Raymond Young Sanders, ' 11, and Dorothy Frankenburger, ' 11. Clyde Searles, ex " 11. and Gladys lorgan. ' ilwaukee, Wis. Daniel Devendorph Shuster, ' l3, and Kathryn Margaret Fordyce, ' 11. Doctor Hugh Henry Slocumb and Mary Willis, ' 07. William Frank Sloan and Mary Elizabeth Moffatt. " 10. Jaspar Edgar Simons. ' 10 and Viv- ian ' erbeck, ex ' 10. Walter Werner and Ruth Crowel ' , ex ' 12. Ralph Guido Wiggenhorn, ' OS, and Genevieve Williams. George Edmond Worthingtoo. 10. and Irene ' alanche Starks, ' 12. Frank Alfred Newton, ' 02, and Ber- tha Richardson. Dane, Wis. Kenneth Pray. ' 06, and Eliza Burr Lamoreaux. Robert Edward Pinkerton, ' 08, and Katherine Gednev, ' 08. Carl Sweetland Reed. " 09, and Flor- ence Irene Bemis, ' 07. George Reedal and Teannette Marie Scott. ' 07. Rudolph Theodore Rieder, ' 11, and Miriam Housel. Harlan Bethune Rogers, ' 09, and Carol Jones. Edward Wording Stearnes, ' 07, and Helen Louise Harris. " 07. Charles Scudder and Katherine Waite, ex ' 12. Frederick Bailey Stiles, ex ' 11, and Francis Isabelle Kenney. Hugo Walter Schnetzky, ' OS, and Isabelle W ' illmanns. Arthur Leonard Schwalm, ' 09. and Clare Kilp. Harry Ellsworth Wheelock. " 06. and Alice Clark. South Bend, Ind John Solon Walbridge, ' OS, and Evelyn Niedecken. ' 07. Henry Mi chael Warner, ' 04, and Lucv Fox. ' 10. Homer Watt and Eflfie Whyte. 07. Tames Webster Watson ' 02. and Ethel Elizabeth Churchill. Mon- roe. Wis. Harold James Week. ' 07. and Jose- phine Holcomb Allen. ' 06. Arthur Samuel Wendell and Loretta Helen Carey. " 07. Leigh Lawrence Williams, ' 09, and Lenora Wheeler. ' 08. ttitif U)12 Jt ' KIOK 5MOK£S 23f» | i fS ' i?y « - ii - ' ll-p ,; ' : • IITIILETICS ■i-te; " :4 ■.■■ W: : atblctica T5oath of 2Dirfctor3 Erwin Joseph Doumen President SiDNEV Wright Anderson J ' ice-President Frank Emil Stoppenbach Sercetary William Duncan Ru hardson James Philip Dean Albert Biki ii Michael Franc is Timbers Tames Reeva Adams r on " m " g0en Joseph David Mercer Frank Emil Stoppenbach Leroy Johnson Leonard Eugene Voyer Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt atblftic Council George Wolf Ehler Charles Henry Bunting James Glossbrenner Sanders Arthur Gordon Laird Murray Charles Beebe - " 47 atwctitB TA.MES K1-:K ' A ADAMS. ' VI Track 2. Raskctball 3 HARdl.D Arcrsrrs ARTIN. ' ll Football 3-4 PAIL PHI LIP P.AXKER. ' i: Track 2 WILLIAJl ' ERXE BICKELHAUPT, 11 Basketball 3 ALBERT BIRCH. ' 11 Football 3-4, Basketball 2-3-4 RICHARD EUCENE BRANSTADT, 12 Football 3 EUCENE FRANCIS BCXKER. ' U Football 3-4 ALFRED LEO BUSER. ' 12 Football 2-3. Track 2 EMIL BUXTA. ' 12 Baseball 2 FRED r,. CARTER. ' 11 Football 4 CLAREXCE RUGC. CLEVELAXD, ' 12 Track 2 ARTHUR lOHN CROW ' XS. ' 11 Baseball 3 HARRY cl ' LVER. ' 11 Baseball 2-3-4, Football 2-3-4 GEORCE HAROLD DACY. 10 Track 4 TAilES PHILIP DEAX. ' 11 Football 2-3-4 FRED L.KRKIX DOAR. ' 12 Baseball 2 ERWIX lOSEPH DOHMEX. ' 11 Track 2-3. Cross Country i KEXXETH ELBERT FELLOWS. ' 11 Baseball 3 DAVID JOSEPH FLANAGAX. ' 11 Baseball 2-3 ROBERT ALEXANDER FCCIK. ' 10 Baseball 4. Football 2-4 KDMOXD STEPHEN GILLETTE. ' 12 Football 3, Track 2 HERBERT HARVEY GOTTSCHALL. ' 10 Track 4 KEXXETH ROSS HARE, ' U Crew 2-3 MERRILL JOSEPH HOEFFEL. ' 13 Football 2 CHESTER WILLIAM HORXER, ' 13 Baseball 2 WILLIAM TRACY HOVER, ' 11 Cross Country 2-3-4 CARL JOSEPH JACOBSOX. ' 11 Football 4 LLOYD WILLIAM JOHXSOX, ' 11 Football 4 ARTHUR SCHOPPEXHOUER KLEINPELL 11 Baseball 2 KARL LOUIS KRA.YTZ, ' 11 Crew 2-3 SAMUEL KERR, ' 10 Crew 3-4 WILLIAM FREDERICK MACKMILLER, ' 12 Football 2-3. Crew 2 PETER JAMES Ml ' RPHY. ' 11 Football 2 CHARLES MOTT NASH, ' 10 Baseball 3-4 SELMER XEPRUD, ' 12 Football 3 ROBERT RAY ' MOXD NEWMAX, ' 13 Football 2 ARTHUR ALBERT PERGANDE. ' 10 Baseball 3-4 .MAI ' RICE CAMPBELL PIERCE, ' 12 Football 3 ARCH ELDRIDGE RICHARDS. ' 11 Track 2-3 WILLIAM DUNCAN RICHARDSON, ' 11 Crew 2-3 CHESTER FERDINAND ROHX. ' 11 Track 2-3 RAYMOND Y ' OUNG SANDERS. ' 11 Track 3 EDWARD JOSEPH SAMP. ' 13 Football 2 WALTER AMASA SCOVILLE, ' 12 Basketball 2-3 JEFFERSOX ALLAN SIMPSON. ' 10 Baseball 3 OTTO AXTOX STANGEL, ' 12 Basketball 3 HENRY ANTON SUMNICHT, 10 Crew 2-3-4 MICHAEL FRANCIS TIMBERS Baseball 2 REl ' BEN NICHOLAS TRANE, ' 10 Crew 2-3-4 LEONARD EUGENE VOY ' ER, ' 11 Crew 3 JOHN WOODWORTH WILCE, ' 10 Football 2-3-4, Crew 2-3-4 CLE.MEXT TEHLE WISKOCIL, 12 Track 2 FRANK NOURSE Y ' OUNGMAN, 13 Basketball 2 248 athletics Harold Augustus Arpin King Myron Bacon Roger Putnam Batchelor William Verne Bickelhaupt Albert Birch Eugene Francis Bunker Warren William Clark Fred Gay Carter Harold Nowell Crawford James Philip Dean Erwin Joseph Dohmen Harry William Doty Laurence Farrington Gillett WiNFRED Griffin Haddow Carl Martin Halseth Kenneth Ross Hare Ralph Chapel Hartman William Tracy Hover John Rudolph Iakisch Lloyd William Johnson QuiNCY Journey Jones Karl Louis Kraatz William Patric Langdon Karl Mowry ! L NN Ralph Kenneth Mitchell Edwin Joseph Paulus Harold William Pugh Arch Eldredge Richards Raymond Young Sanders William Larson Schwalbe Calvin Floyd Schwenker Leonard Eugene Voyer Walter Evan Wied 249 athlrtice DIRECTOR EHLER Craining; Brpartmmt " DOC ELSOM . 1 - BIG JOHN RUIIARDS DR. MEAN WELL " NESP 250 atiilrttte 9 1 I ' i SDiir r crstUlIc Craiiicr atblettcs RED 252 L rDDTIILI JFootball James Philip Dii. x Captain Justin LeRoy Johnson Manager Earl Garon Lake -issistant Manager Thomas Austin Barry Coach Matthew Conlin issistant Coach Lee Harvf.y Huntley Assistant Coach ©rraonnrl EUGENE FRAXCIS P.UXKER, Left End (, V) I ' ETEK lA.MES MLKl ' llV, Left Tackle (W) WILLIAM FREDERIC -MACKMILLER, Left Tackle iW; RICHARD EUCiEXE BRAXSTAD. Center (VV) MAURICE CAMPBELL PIERCE. Left Cuard ( ) HAROLD AL ' CL ' STUS ARPIX. Center (W) SELMER XEPRUD, Right Guard (W) ALFRED LEO HCSER. Right Tackle (W) FREDERIC GAV CARTER, Right End ( V JAMES PHILIP DEAN (Captain), Ouarter Back ( V) EDMUND STEPHEN GILLETTE, Left Half Back ( V) ROBERT RAYMOND NEWMAN, Right Halt Back (W) EDWARD JOSEPH SAMP, Full Back (W) JAMES REE ' A ADAMS. MERRILL JOSEPH HOEFFEL, Right End (W) CHARLES CARROL CH:AMBERS, Right End. W.A.A. . LBERT BIRCH. Left Half Back (W) CARL Gl ' STAVE WERNICKE. Full Back. V.- .A. ALBERT (iE()RGE ZANDER. Left Tackle. W.A.A. CHARI-KS SHERWOOD GILBERT, Left Half Back, W.A.A. LLOYD WILLIAM JOHNSON. Ouarter Back (W) CARL KlSEI ' H l.ACOBSON. Full Back Wl JOHN " CABOT BENSON. Full Back, W.A.A. Ouarter Back. W.A.. . 6 SrsBon . U Indiana I ' ' Minnesota ( " liicaero 2S Wisconsin 10 Thomas . usti. I ' .akkv. Coach Justin LkKov Jniixsnx, Mami icr 254 i.. W JFootball 1910 l arsitj) jfootball Cram r A k ' -l Bfr stein {Tuti ier) Lake {Asst. A gr.) Pierce Mnckiuiller Murfhy jolinson (Afgr.) " johtison Buser Saifi ' Birch Hraustad Conlin (Asst. Coach ' ) Dean [Cnpt.) Chambers Arfi ' n yacoh. on Hoeffel Gillette JVezvmau JK ' eprud Wernicke Carter Gilbert Barry ( f ' ouch) Bunker 255 JFoDtball nuors TARTER JOHNSOiX 19U TACOr.SON r.iKt ' H 256 JFootfaall cmors DRAN lilXKi:R 19U AKPIN 257 JFootball V _ HE outlook of the season of 1910 was exceedingly bad. The squad of the pre- M ( ' ™ ' S. " t ' ar was riddled, while the few men eligible to play in the fall lacked ■ I experience and weight. From the outset it seemed to be destined that Wiscon- L sin was to have a bad year. Determined to make the best of tlie conditions, fc howe er, with the hope that something lucky would turn up. Coach Barry started practice with much vigor and spirit. An entire new back field had to be built up of material entirely unknown to the coaches. With only two weeks " practice, we met Lawrence, a team which had already played two games, and had reached a stage of development far advanced to that attained by Wisconsin. However, in spite of the team ' s lack of practice and experience, a credible showing was made. The final score of 6 to 6 indicated that much would have to be accomplished in order to win from Indiana, a team which had remained almost intact for four years, and which had already played three games. For the first time in history we were defeated by Indiana by a score of 12 to 3. The result of these two games showed Wisconsin ' s weakness and necessitated the shifting of players to strengthen these weaknesses. Against Northwestern ' s team, which was the best in years, Wisconsin should have won, but only succeeded in tying them. Minnesota, the stron.gest team in the conference, outclassed us in almost every department. With the prac- tice gained from the five games played, and with the confidence obtained from having over- whelmed every opponent, ] Iinnesota succeeded in piling up a score of 28 to Wisconsin ' s o. With such a record, the fellows seemed discouraged, the coach dismayed, and the stu- dents down-hearted. But with a " come back " seldom seen, the men rallied. Coach Tom Barry worked with the squad as no coach ever worked before. During the week preceding the Chicago game, all the wrinkles were ironed out. Several new shift plays were per- fected. By Saturday, November 19, Wisconsin had a smooth working machine, made up of eleven men working as one. with a grim determination to win. The result was that V is- consin defeated Chicago, 10 to o. The showing of the year was as expected. We won one game. We beat Chicago. The season ' s result has, let us hope, served one good purpose, and that is to arouse the student interest in the realization that if something is not done to better athletics, Wisconsin will lose her prestige. 258 JFootball z : " r r .r ss A .. vR THE P ESHMAN TEAM Officers John Crowell " an Riper Caf ' faii: Edward Belamy Appel Manager Earl Sidney Driver Cojcli Prrsonnrl Stuart Endicott Schreiber. Left End Walter Mey ' er Heymanx, Left End William Lewis Breckenridge, Left Tackle Robert Parker Butler, Left Tackle Orsox Rood McClary, Left Guard Walter Daxiel Powell, Center DuxcAX- ilERiDETH HuxTER, Right Guard George Lane Simpsox, Right Tackle Fraxk Carmax Wood. Right Tackle Harry Frederic Conrad Euijene Van Gext. Right End Carl Loser Franz, Right End Ellis Ray Cook, Left Half Back Percy George Schley ' , Left Half Back John Crowell Van Riper, Full Back Haxs Peter Termaxsex, Full Back Arthur Haddex Alexander. Right Half Back David Dwicht Carpenter, Right Half Back Earl L dison Conger. Quarter Back RuscH, Quarter Back Urcorli of §)ra3on Fresh Dien Sophomores Affe (A g,.) Breckiitriitge Schrfibfr } ' at Titiiii- Tobin liaiini McClary Wood Basselt Kiii Rusch Sclilev .Siinp.yon Keiley Mchti Termanseti Sand linli r Pov. ' elt Driver { Coach) Hunter Cook ' anOent Mather Martin VanRifier (Capt.) F ' ranx Heymann Alexander Stunner Carpenter Conner Brevjer 259 JFoatball 7- 1 JU| l , a n cl " run Hi«i . I.AWKKNCK CAMK HKTW EEX THE QUARTERS NORTHWESTERN liAME i ' .(]. I ' iKi ' : Ai- " n ' ;R cii |(A(;i] cam r: JFootball •] ' HE SOU AD . i ' = ' -4 l ki ' %:v OJJ NIGHT SHIRT PARADE HEFORE INDIANA GAME WISCONSIN. lO; IHUAGO, O. 261 JFoatball CUACH liARRV IN ACTION " THE doc " and " JIMMIE THE BLEACHERS — CHICAGO GAME 262 TRCCr ME! STracIt flDfficrrs Erwin Jiisi:i ' i IIhhmi-.x, Cuf luiii Benjamin Ji-:i.ixi;k. Manatjcr Paul Frkuekk k Kki.lv, .Issistant Maiiai cr JvMKs (idKiiiiN LathruI ' , Coacli Dr. Charlks Phlton Hutch ins. Coach Ikl Rkrnstkin, Trainer 5cr0onnrl J. MES REEV.V . n. M.S ( V1 Higli Hi.rdles. Hi«li Tump r.ML run. 11 ' n.WKF.R (W) Hammer Throw ' ' •M.EREn I, Ell lU ' SER (W) Shnt Put CL. REN ' C ' E Rri;r, CI.E ' EL. XD tW) Two Mile Run r.EliRCE H.VRiM.n C ' ( V) Discus Throw ERWrX TDSEI ' H DdllMEX ( V) Mile Run EDMUN ' D STEPIIEX CILLETTE (W) Broad Jump. Low Hurdles TIERISERT H. R -EY G()TTSCH. LL ( V) . .. . LLOVn VII,I.I, M JOHXSOX ( V.. .. .) E. RL (;. R(IX L. KE ( V.. .. .) BEXT. MIX I1, RRTS()X I.. MI ' ERT (W.. .. .( R.-M.rH KEXXETM riTCHELL (W.A.A.) PAUL TOSEI ' H MORRIS (W.-X.-A.) IdO and 220 yard Dashes ARTHUR TAY PELLETTE ( V.A.. .1 Half Mile Run CHESTER EERniX. ND ROHN ( ) High and Low Hurdles . ' VRCH ELDREDIIE RTCH.ARDS ( V) 1(10 and 2211 yard Dashes R. ' WMOXD ' dU.Xi; S. NDERS ( V) Pole Vault. 4411 vard Dash IILI " ER WE.XDELL STOREY (W.. .. .) Hammer Throw T.YM.XX Ror.ERT TALP.OT ( V.. .. .I Pole ' ault CLEMEXT TEHLE WISKoni, (W) High and I ' .road Tump Pole Vault High Tump 1110 and 220 Yard Dashes Half Mile I un 440 yard Dash Mav 7. IfllO Mav 14. 19in Mav 21. 1910 June 4. 1910 tirf)c Krrorti Wisconsin . . G5J-2 . . ■ . Illinois . . . (_il M ' isconsin . . SV 2 . . ■ ■ Minnesota . . 44H Wisconsin . . SO .... Chicago ... 4 3 Wisconsin . . 9 .... Conference Meet . at Madi ' on at Madi on at Chicago at Chani])aign Chari.kS H AUWl Wii.xix. Codill KjIO-Il i:. J. ,M IX J LI.INKK, Mdini 264 Etach lOU i arstty Ciacfe Cram Lak, ; ,. ., n. y.iiuu- j ,i,t ir ..i,.,;, Talbot I!,itit,i- .-Uliims Gillellc Storey . Jit-rnstein Sanders liolin Dohmell liicharJs Ck ' -fland Ittitthiiis ( Ccaeli Liimpirt Mitel,,! •yohllsoi: Gottsriiall Pelletle »«r 6fc - E- 2C. .-:i- £ ■ (JTVoft; mors JA «W«S 5[rac Cljc Coafrrmcr 0lttt C i(iiiil ai; ii. III.. June _ , iqio TUE MDHE 11(1 U[) Notre Dame 3 Leland Stanford f Chicago California Illinois n Oberlin (i Washington State 5 Wisconsin Kansas Minnesota Colorado College I o wa () Purdue ii ' estern Reserve U M iani i 1 North Dakota 1 1 u 5 4 II II fl 5 5 11 11 II II II II i; ;; 11 II II :; II II (1 II n 5 5 II II 5 II fl 11 11 II n II II II II II 1 1 II CI II II 3 II II II 11 II II II II 11 u u 1) II II 1 n o 1 5 :i 5 29 L ' 1 1) 5 5 17 n II II II 11 (1 II 13 12 1, II II 11 II ij 1) II II 1 n 1 12 10 M (1 II 11 10 (1 II :j n (1 11 9 n {! 5 II 5 II II 3 5 11 {» II 11 u 3 (1 II II 11 II I 11 11 : M u 1 (1 1 ii u 1 1 1 Event 100 ' n. 220 Vli. +40 yl . 88o Yd. 1 Mu.E 2 Mll.K IJO li. 220 ' ll. l-irsl Si ' conil Third Dash Xl ' Isoii (Wash.) Wasson ( X. D. ) McCoy ( Miami i Dash Xclson ( W ' asli. ) Richards ( W ) Hill (M) A cisoit ti ' dj " later disijiiuli icd. ( ii ' iin; Ricliartis first place. Dash Run Rln Rrx I I I ' klM.KS I I ri;ii|.i:s Davenport ( C ) Davenport ( C ) Baker (()) Baker ( ( ) ) Edwards ( Cal ) Fletclier ( X. D. I W aynian ( L. S. ) Jardine (Cnl ) Dohmen ( W ) East ( 111 ) Gardiner ( P I Edwards ( Cal ) Sti.lz I I.. S. ) Hull (M ) Steers ( X. D. ) Dana (X. 1). ) Dnnald (Cal) Barnev ( W. R. ) (In trial Ileal distanee xeas run in 24- ' i. 1; neze record) l ecord ■ to ' A :2 -i4 - ' 04 5 15 Poi.i: " Ari.T . hirph (111) Junes (111) and I ' .ellah. I L.S. ) tied. 12 ft. 4 ' 4 in. Hk.h JiNie I ' reiich (Kan) .Adams ( W ) Plnlliniukl X. D. ) d ft. . s; in. Bro.M) JiMi ' Wasson (X. D. ) Kretsin.yer (Cal) I ' .ellah ( L. S. ) 22 ft. II in. Shot Pit Philliniiik( .X. D. ) 1-rank ( .M ) Springe (111) 42 ft. in. Discus Throw Philhrookl X. D. i . ldennaii (la.) Portniaii ( W ' . K.) 134 ft. 6 ' ., in. H.- MMER Throw Wdole}- ( L. S. ) Diininick ( X. D.) GoddanU .X.Dak.) 139 ft. 5 in. Ri:i.. v Ra( I-. Leland Stanford Chicago Illinois 3 :23 New Conference Record 268 2[racfe Waisconsin aUinois Bual i¥lrrt Madison, May 7. i()ti: SCORE BOARD . — r. Wisconsin fi 6 5 6 6 Illinois 3 3 4 3 3 S S 1 1 1 3 3 Sd 9 S 6 6 61 Event First Second Third Record 100 Yd. Dash Richards ( V) Seiler { 1 ) Lake (W) ■AOVs I MlLH [ L-.v Dohmen (W) Gundcrsun ( 1 ) Lampert ( W ) 4 -isH 220 Yd. Dash Richards ( W ) Seiler (I) Lake ( W 1 ■ sVs 120 HlOH Hl ' R. Adams ( Y ) Rohn (W ) Stevensiin ( 1 i ■A6Yi 440 Yd. Dash Richards ( W ) Richards ( 1 ) Hanle - ( 1 ) :5,?!--5 2 Milk Run Cleveland ( V ) East ( I ) Redhead ( 1 ) io:3i-5 220 Low HuR. Rohii ( ) Gillette ( W 1 W . Drake ( 1 ) :- ' 7 880 Yd. Run Dohmen ( W ) Rdhrer ( 1 ) Pellette ( W ) 2 :i Pole Vault Murphy ( 1 1. Gra lam (ll and Jones ( 1 ) tied fur lirst lo ft. () in. Shot Put Leo ( I ) Buser i W ) Burns ( 1 1 41 ft. I-V4 in. Hammer Throw- Burns (1 ) Dallenbach (I) Banker ( W ) ii8 ft. II ' .. in Discus Throw- Jordan ( 1 1 Dacy (W) . lcCord ( 1 ) 1 1 ,? ft. () in. Broad Jump Graham ( 1 ) Wiskocil (W) Adams ( W i 21 ft. 11 ' . in High Jump . dams 1 ) and Richie ( 1 ) tied !■ r first. 5 ft. II ' .. in Washhurn i 1 ) an 1 Morrill ( 1 i lic( fur seciind. 5 it. 10 ' . in 269 2rrac6 lUisconsin iHinucscita Bual jWcct liJadison, May 14, igio SCORE BOARD c-i - -yi - — ' - CI • " — — — ' -r. — ■ 4 4 5 3 6 4 5 6 3 5 4 S 1 6 3 9 9 V2 s 1 3 6 4 5 Sl ' A W 2 Event rust Second Third Record 100 Yd. Dash Hill (M) - Richards ( W ) Lake (W) ■gH 220 Yd. Dash Hill (M) Richards ( V) Lake (W) :22K5 440 Yd. Dash Hill (M) Mitchell (W) Halstead (M) :505 880 Yd. Run Hull (M) Lanipert (W) Pellette (W) 2:00 I AIiLE Run Dohmen { ) Rathbun (M) Lampert (W) 4:283 5 2 Mile Run Cleveland (W) Connelly (M) Tydeman (M) 10:047- 120 High Hur. Rohn (W) Adams (W) Harmon (M) ■ isYs 220 Low Hur. Rohn (W) Vilcox (M) Gillette (W) ■■2-M High Jump Adams (W), W skocil (W) and Johnson ( V) tied. 5 ft 4 ' - ' in- Broad Jump Gillette (W) Wiskocil (W) Adams (W) 22 ft. 4; 2 in. Shot Put Frank (M) Buser (VV) Grant (M) 42 ft. II in. Hammer Throw Banker (W) Storey (W) Grant (M) 120 ft. 7 in. Pole ' AULT Sanders (W) an d Gottschall (W) tied for first. 10 ft. 6 in. Talbot (W) and Strane (M) tied for third. Discus Throw Frank (M) Dacy (W) Buser (W) 116 ft. 8 in. Wiseonsin Record 270 Cracfi 2at5cousin Cljicago Bual itlrrt Chicago, May 21, j io SCORE BOARD Wisconsin 4 Chicago 5 o T-l M 46 Ez-ciit 100 Yd. Dash 220 Yd. Dash 440 Yd. Dash 880 Yd. Rux 1 Mile Rix 2 Mile Rux 120 High Hlr. 220 Low HuR. High Jump First Straube (C) Straube (C) Davenport (C) Davenport (C) Dohmen ( V ) Dohmen ( V) Adams (W) Rohn (W) .Adams ( V) Second Third Broad Jump .Adams (W) Shot Put Buser (W " 1 Hammer Throw AVorthwine (C) Discus Throw Dacy ( W ) Pole A ' ault Rogers (C) Richards ( V » Lake (W) Earle (C) Lake (, ' ) Sanders ( V) Alitchell (W) Lampert ( ) Pellette (W ) Lampert (W) Long (C) Cleveland ( V) Stophlet (C) Rohn (W) Crawley (C) Crawley (C) Gillette ( V) Crawley (C) and Johnson (W) tied for second. Gillette (W) Menaul (C) Banker ( V) Buser (W) Gottschall ( V) Wiskocil (W) Crawley (C) Storey (W) Afenaul (C) Sanders (W) Record io3i 22% S2% 55 3 5 ft. 8 in. 22 ft. I ' J in. 38 ft. 8J4 in- 126 ft. 3 in. 117 ft. aV, in. 10 ft. 10 in. 271 STratii Fassfll Milhir f.yjiiaini ll ' i i ( . .iimcrer) Sclihy Toriiitv MtxanJer FRI-rSHMAX RKI.AY TKAM — WINNER CLASS RACE 3lnl)oor 3 clap Carnibal IIITH VKAK (Ebfnts Marcl} iS, igio 35-YARD Dash — Richards, first; Tornit -. second; Heyinanii, Ihird. Time — -i seconds. 35-YARD High Hurdles — Heyniann, first: all other candidates vere disqnalified for knocking dozen linrdles. Time — 6 seconds. 880-YARD Run — Graff, first; Bennett, second: Manignld. third. Time — j:ji S--I seconds. 440-YARD Dash — Baunian, first: Massett, secoiid; Sippel, third. Time — 594-5 seconds. One Mile Run — Lanipert. first; Moody, second; Priestnian, third. Time — 5:094-5 seconds. High Jump — W ' ahl, first; Chritzman, second, Johnson, tliird. Height — 5 feet. 5 inches. Two Mile Run — Cleveland, first: Price, second: Arps, third. Time — 10 minutes. ,, t seconds. 16 Pound Shot Put — Pierce, first: Nan Gent, second: Grimmer, third. Distance — 9 feet, 10 inches. Pole Vault — Mercer, first: W ' ahl. second: Gold, third. Height — id feel. Intlr-Class Relay Ra( k — Freshmen, first; Sophomores, second. Tune — . ' . ()- -t seconds. Winning runners — Tormey. Heiman. Field. Schley. Inter-Literary Society Relay — Athenae. first; Philomathia, second: Hesperia, third. Time — 1:56 seconds. Winning runners — Daley. Bell. Stavrnm, Umholfer. Inter-Sport Relay — F ' ootball team, first: Crew squad, second: Time— 1:55 seconds. Win- ning runners — Dean, Bunker. Chambers, Johnson. Inter-Company Relay — Company K, first; Company A, second; Conipau} C. third. Time — 1:51 seconds. Winning runners — Schmidt. Moody, Maurer, Graff. Intep-Fraternity Relay — Delta Upsilon, first: Phi Kappa Psi. second; Siyma Chi. third. Time — j:5I ; ' 5 seconds. IVinning runners — Coorsen, White, Clarke, Tcirme . 272 rac RECORD Ez-ent J arsity Record lOo YARir Dash 220 Yard Dash E. T. Fox, 1899 G. C. Poage, 1902 F. L. Waller, 1905 H. B. Myers, 1907 10 seconds G. C. Poage, 1902 F. L. Waller, 1905 J I - -5 seconds Conference Record W. W. May. 1907, 111. C. .- . Blair. 190,5. Chi. 9 V-5 sccoiu: ■ IV or Id ' s Record A. Hahn, 1903, Mich. 2 ,?-j seconds R. E. Walker. S. Africa ii)08 , - ' -5 seconds D. J. Kellv, 1906, U. S. B. J. Wefers, 1896, U.S. 2 -5 seconds 440 Y. RD Dash Half Mile Kix G. C. Poage, 1902 493-3 seconds Davenport, 1910, Chi. 48 4-3 seconds M. W. Long, 1900, U. S. 7 seconds J. E. Daniels minute. 37 2-5 seconds Davenport. 1910. Chi. minute , 36 j-j seconds Emilo Lunghi, 1909, Montreal minute. 324-3 seconds Mile Run E. Dohmen, 1910 4 minutes. 21 seconds Baker, 1910, Oberlin ] 4 minutes. 20 4-3 seconds] Two IiLi: Rtx 120 Yard Hirhles 220 Yard Hirdlhs E. J. McEachron. 1904 9 minutes. 28 7-5 seconds High Jlmp Broad Ji ' Mp Pole V. ult Discrs Shot Put Hammer Throw F. . . Rowe, 1905, Mich. Raker, 1910. Oberlin 9 minutes, jO seconds W. G. George, England 4 m inut es. 12 -4 se conds A. Schrubb, England 9 minutes. 93-3 seconds E. J. . atwick, 1907 i , ' -1 seconds F. G. Maloney,l902, Chi. Smithson, 1907, X. D. i _ ' -•; seconds G. C. Poage, 1904 . ' i seconds J. E. Fahrer, 1904 6 feet. 1-4 inches F. S. Bookman, 1902, Minn. G. C. Poa.ge, 1904. is. 23 seconds W. A. Edwards, 1909, U. S.. A. B. Shaw, 1908, U. S. A. C. Kraenzlein, 1908, U. S. 13 1-3 seconds E. S. Gillette, 1910 22 feet. 4 1-2 inches French, 1910, Kansas 6 feet. 3-8 indies A. C. Kraenzlein. 1908, L " . S. 2 J , ' -5 seconds R. Y. Sanders, igio feet, 6 1-4 inches H. M. Friend, 1905, Chi. Jj feet, j-4 inches R. Samse, 1906, Ind. r2 feet. 4 -8 inches John Messmer, igoS I2Q feet. 9 inches O. P. Osthoff, 1908 ; ■ feet, 5 inches J. C. Garrels, 1905, Mich. 140 feet. 2 -8 in ch es R. " . Rose, 1904, Mich. 4 feet. 1-4 inche s M. F. Sweeney, U. S. 6 feet, 33-8 inches M. Prinstein, 1900, U. S. 24 feet. 7 1-4 inches W. R. Dray, 1905, U. S - ' feet. 9 1-2 inches . A. Johnson. 1907 147 feet. 4 1-2 inches H. J. Thomas, 1904. Purdue ' 37 feet. I inch M. J. Sheridan, 1909, U. S. 142 feet. 10 1-4 inches R. W. Rose, 1909. U. S. 3 ' •••■ ' J, Flanagan, 1908, U. S. 77.? feet, 7 inches Tracfc Inter Class iHflcct April 2g, so, igio SCORE BOARD CLASS £ ;i 3 1912 i; 4 4 1911 3 5 1913 5 1910 6 5 9 5 5 S s 6 s 73 3 5 5 1 3 1 26 4 3 1 1 1 1 IG 1 1 3 3 3 11 Event First Second Third ccord Black, ' 12 an 100 Yd. Dash Lake, ' 12 Sanders, ' 11 Jolinsnn, ' 12, tied. 10V5 220 Yd. Dash Sanders, ' 11 Lake, ' 12 Black, ' 12 ■24 440 Yd. Dash Lampert, ' 13 Ainslee, ' 12 Johnson, ' t2 55 880 Yd. Run Pellette, ' 12 Timm, ' 11 Fisher. ' 10 2 8+. I Mile Run Dohnien, ' il Lampert, ' i, Reed, ' ij 4 M 2 AliLE Run ClevelaiK 1, ' 12 Price, ' i, Hover ,11 10 - ' 6- 5 120 Yd. Hurdles Adams, 12 Rolin, ' i I Gillette, ' 12 1 63 220 Yd. Hurdles Gillette, 12 Cunningham, ' 12 Kohn, ' ii High Jump Adams, 12 Chritznian, ' 12 Brocik, ' i I Tallint, ' r 1. and 5 ft. 8 ' J m Pole ' ault Sanders, ' 11 Gottschall. ' id (iiiUl, ' 13, tied. IT ft. 6 ' 4 ' 11 Broad Jump Adams, 12 W ' iskocil, ' 12 Gold, ' 13 21 ft. 9 ' 2 in Hammer Throw Banker, I I Storv. ' 10 Mc-Murry, ' 13 11; ft. Discus Throw Lnnde, 2 Dacy, ' 10 Detienne, ' 13 114 ft. Shot Put Pierce, ' 2 P.nser. ' 12 Lnnde, ' 12 3 ' ) tt. 3 m. Wisconsin Rccoi d 274 xath Iglehearty Mgr. Black Bu}ik -r Pierce Biiser Lampert Chritzman Wiskocil Gillette Cleveland " johnson Cunningham Pellette Lake 1912 Cliamptonsljtp Class Cram rrsonnrl Edmund Stephen Gillette (Captain) .... 20 Hurdles, 120 High Hurdles. James Elliott Ainslie 440 Yard Dash J. MES Reeva Adams 120 High Hurdles, High and Broad Ju)np Paul Philip Banker Hammer Throiv John Curtis Black 220 Yard Dash Alfred Leo Buser Shot Put George Moffitt Chritzman High Jumf Clarence Rugg Cleveland Two Mile George Roger Cunningham 220 Yard Low Hurdles Alvin Oscar Johnson 100 Yard Dash, 440 Yard Dash Earl Garon Lake 100 Yard Dash, 300 Yard Dash Paul Edward Luxde Discus, Shot Put Benjamin H. rrison Lampert 440 Yard Dash Arthur Jay Pellette Half Mile Maurice Campbell Pierce Shot Put 27s 2Ctack 3ntrr cJ)ola9tic i cct May jS, iqio SCOKE BOARD fl o I g o to _D p 2 « r Vj E o 8 1 5 3 s 3 1 3 3 41 3 5 1 5 5 19 5 s 5 1 19 3 5 3 1 12 5 li 11 5 10 1 4 5 (1 11 5 e 3 1 1 1 3 3 3 n 3 3 1 1 2 1 1 Madison 6 Oshkosh Milwaukee South Division Vausan Milwaukee West Division Grand Rapids aupun Alma o Antigo Heloit Sheboygan Milwaukee East Division Eau Claire Event l-irst Second Third Record 100 Vu. Dash 220 Yn. Dash 440 Yr. Dash 880 Yii. Run I Mile Run 120 Hi(;h Hur. 220 Low Hur. High Jump Pole Vault Broad Jump Hammer Throw- Discus Throw Shot Put I Mile Relay ToniK-y ( M ) r. rooks (M) Schley ( M.W.D. ) O ' ConiK ' ll (M) Hulibard (Wa) Smith (O) TnniK-y (M) Walil iM.S.D.) alil ;ni(l Thesin Wahl (M.S.D.) X ' c al ( Waiip) Al licks (O) Mucks (O) Mil. V. Div. Evans ( . hna ) Payton (M) Schwetfeger (O) Hubbard (Wa) Gharrity (B) O ' Connell (M) BHed (M) Heyl ( M ) (W.S.D. ) tied. Wood (G.R.) Lanipcrt (Wa) Heyl ( M ) Maiircr (Sheb) Madison Brooks ( M ) Brown (Antgio) Coleman ( M ) Gausewitz( MED) 2 Cause witz( MED) 4 McClelland (An) Xatwick (G.R.) Wood ( E.C. ) Heyl (M) Xatwick (G.R.) Mucks (O) Lampert ( a ) Pliska (.Ant) Mil. S. Div. 24yi 5370 i6y=. 2- 5 ft. 10 in. II ft. J I ft. Yj, in. 144 ft. I in. i.?o ft. I ' J in 4; ft. 4 in. 3:,38 Records 276 Cracfc KHHN WINNING HIGH HURDLES — MINNESOTA MEET GILLETTE BREAKING VARSITY BROAD JUMP RECORD — MINNESOTA MEET DAVENPORT WINNING 44O — CHICAGO MEET 277 STracb SANDERS BREAKING VARSITY POLE VAULT RECORP — CLASS MEET HII.I. WINNING HINDREI) IN Q -5 SECONDS — MINNESOTA MEET CLEVELAND WINNING T (I MILE — ILLINOIS MEET 278 Sracfe BAKER. OliKKI.IN, WINXIXi, MII.K — lllJHMCX, WISroNSIN, SI-XONll NF.I.SON, WASHINGTON, WINNING 220 — RK ' HAUDS. WISlONSIN. SECONO Xelson zi ' iis later (lisijiiaVificd, i i:iii j Kichaids first pliicc. Cbc Conference i tct ffiratb BUSER PUTTING SHOT ADAMS AND DELANEY ' -«iirgs«, M START OF HIGH HURDLES — CLASS MEET 280 ly ewwiCLi. CrrtD fiDffirrrs Henry Walter Juhx Commodore Angus MacArthur Vice Commodore Reuben Nicholas Trane Captain Edward Hanlon Ten Eyck Coach Scrsonncl Position Xante t ' lass .hn " Weight Height Bow Henry Anton Sumnicht 1910 J4 157 5 ft. 11 in. Tieo Samuel Kerr hi 10 ' - ' j 164 6 ft. Three Reuben ichols Trane iQio j.? 162 5 ft. 1 1 in. Four Leonard Eugene Voyer lyii 22 156 5 f t. 1 1 in. Five WiLLLAM Frederic Mackmiller . . g 2 23 193 6 ft. Six Kenneth Ross Hare iqii 22 162 6 ft. Seven Karl Louis Kraatz 1911 22 174 6 ft. i in. Stroke John Woodworth Wilce igio 22 171 6 ft. 2 in. Az ' crage Age. 22 years. 7 montlis. Average Height. 6 feet. Average Weight. i67 " " s pounds. Coxszcain William Duncan Richardson . loio _ ' 5 108 5 ft. 7 in. Snbstittitc Robert Linde Bowen igiJ Ji 152 6 ft. Siihstilnte Chari.es Earl Terry lyii 24 180 6 ft. 3 in. Edward Hanlon Ti: Eyi Coach, igio-n Henry Walter John Commodore 282 Harry ' ail Coach. r(]i()-ii ClftD lOlO IParsitp CrctD Terry Boiven Siimnicht h ' frt Trane Voyer Mackmiller I fare Kraut z MV ' f IHchitrds, 283 Crftn ' S -J:a 1 V - HE season of loio closed with failure at Poughkeepsie. Tu win the Intercol- r C legiate Boat Race on the Hudson has been thus far the unattainable goal M I t ' ard which every crewman, loyal student, and alumnus has constantly I looked forward to. Defeat has repeatedly been our lot and we are still looking forward, with some an.xiety perhaps, toward the first victory. ,A victory, a ■ constant cry for a victory each year, takes hold of us with renewed force. Do we desire to give up in our efforts for this glory because we have thus far been unable to attain it? Each disappointment to one who has worked faithfully for a whole year for a single chance to win glory for his alma mater arouses a determination that makes him do all in his power to supply more than the one-eighth of the energy necessary to force the shell over the line first. Every man sent out east last year solemnly declared he would do all in his power to give Wisconsin a winning crew, and that his energy would not be spent in just rowing, but also in looking up new luaterial, in helping to keep those out for the crew eligible and in arousing enthusiasm for rowing. This means, with the increased interest shown, that lietter material will be developed, for certainly material is at hand in a school of our enrollment. With the proper spirit pre- dominant everywhere there would be no such thing as sending a crew east consisting of men who are not physically as perfect as could be desired. There would be no 150-pound men. in the boat when we all know that 20 pounds more is absolutely essential for the strain of a four-mile boat race. Our men will do wonders, but they cannot do the impossilile. W ' e can win with the proper material. That we have the material here is shown by the fact that each year brings out thirty or forty freshmen of truly remarkable builds. When the clouds of the first semester exams are cleared aw-ay less than 25 per cent of these are still eligible. The interest and competition of the remaining eight or ten is lost. Our freshmen must be made to constantly realize during their first semester what is more than likely to happen to them if they do not work harder than a freshman thinks is necessary. Remove this annual disaster and our crews will soon be second to none. Every one can assist in this. The fact that we are so far from the Hudson is no disadvantage, except perhaps financially, but it puts a little more pleasure into all the work and is a wonderful attraction for freshmen. Let us all keep these fundamental facts in mind and see if we cannot do better. We are trying a new coach and be deserves co-operation so that he may have the situation fully in hand and bring about the desired results. The class of kjio has had two victories in rowing, their freshman race on the Hudson and the varsitx ' race with the University of Washington last June. The men from Wash- ington were recognized to be of a bigger and better rowing build, but they were unable to keep up to the pace set by the Wisconsin crew, simply because they had not received as good coaching. Nevertheless, the subsequent rowing on the Hudson proved that our crew had not had em nigh practice for the endurance of a four-mile race such as is rowed at Poughkeepsie. Coach Ten Eyck has ended four years of faithful service. He didn ' t produce a victory in the varsity race, although it is admitted his second varsity crew was good enough to do so. Patient, kind, and shrewd as he was, and deserving of much better results, ho has left Wisconsin with the keen disap- pointment tb. ' it he failed tn pniduce result;- jS4 ffireto rmors Kll lIAkliSON 19U HARK ovi:k 28s Crrto ( ( ( Conibt ' iir. Com h r.itvuldia W ' .uui God rry Pulhn V ' !iy -oji LoTfjov-. Capt Ti -d :. Bfcl- Shot-, " £li liltstonstn Maasljtngton mrgatta Madison. June . ' ; o WISCDXSIX William Duxcax Kicharhsox . John W ' oonwoRTH Wilce . . . Karl Louis Kraatz Kenketh Ross Haki; William Frehkrick Iai. kmii.lek Leonarii Eucene Vover .... Reuben Nicholas Trank, Caiitain S-iiMUEL Kerr. Jr Henry Anton Sumxkht . . . " ftf CrctDS Co.vs ' a ' iiin Stroke Sci ' cn Si.v Five Four Three Two Bow SubslitiitrB Charles Eakl Terry Robert Lixdi: HowEx WWSHIXGTOX Ly.max Bruce Shotweli. Brous Calvix Beck Baktlett Harold Lovejov, Captain Henry Franklin Tiedce Halsey Paul Whycoff Royal Gray Pl ' LLen William James Godfrey Walter William W. xii Pal ' l Paest Buwaliiia John Lloyd Sommerseft Louis Damu W illiams, Manaiicr " ZHftr Coaftfs Edward Hanlon Tex E ( I L I- ' .. Ccixir.KAu ( W t l f0ult Wisconsin zctni l y three leni ths. Time: j6 ininntes. 6 seenmls. The race zms roiceii ore - a two-mile eonrse in n lienehinij iniiistonii. 280 «(t » (ffrrlii Creiv OH HuJst Held at Poughkccfisic, X. ] ' ., June J , iQio First Cornell Time — 20 min. 45J ' 5 sec. Second Pennsylvania Time — 20 min. 46 sec. Third Columbl Time — 20 min. 54} sec Fourth Syracuse Time — 21 min. 13 sec. Fifth Wisconsin Time — 21 min. sYs sec. Course, 4 miles. Record, 18 minutes, 53 seconds, by Cornell, in looi. Results of Previous Poughkeepsie Reg. ttas 1900 — Pennsylvania. Wisconsin, Cornell, Columbia, Georgetown. Time, I9:44. . 1901 — Cornell, Colimibia, Wisconsin, Georgetown, Syracuse, Pennsylvania. Time, iS:53j . Record. igo2 — Cornell, Wisconsin, Columbia, Pennsylvania, Syracuse, Georgetown. Time, 19:05 . 1903 — Cornell, Georgetown, Wisconsin, Pennsjlvania, Columbia. Time, 18:57. 1904 — Syracuse, Cornell, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Georgetown, Wisconsin. Time, 20:22 . 190S — Cornell, Syracuse, Georgetown, Columbia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. Time, 20:29 . 1906 — Cornell, Pennsylvania, Syracuse. Wisconsin. Columbia, Georgetown. Time, 19:36 . 1907 — Cornell, Columbia, .Annapolis, Pennsylvania. Wisconsin, Georgetown. .Syracuse. Time, 2o:o2 . 1908 — Syracuse, Columbia. Cornell, Pennsylvania. Wisconsin. Time, I9:34j4- 1909 — Cornell, Columbia, Syracuse, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania. Time, 19:02. fftfto l omr Hcpttas Cla0S Etgatta Lake Mcndota, May 2S, jgio ,,,ij— THE WIXXIXG CREW— 1912 Gh ' FOrd Lkuhli.vx Bu.furu . Coxszvain Robert LiNCt Bowex Stroke Paul Edward Luxde Sez ' en Alfred Leo Buser 5 ' i.v Roy John Cri ssev Five Howard Herbert Roijers four Clarence Charles Fexn Three Randolph Spelmax Sizi;k ... Tu ' o Fred Charles Haeger Bozv First The Sophomore Crew Second The Junior Crew Third The Senior Crew l ' " oiirtIi The Freshman Crew The fiiiisli of Ihis laee zvas z ' ery elose, the Sophomore crew zciniiing by the fraction of a lenylli. The race zcas ruzced over a mile course, under favorable conditions. Time: j min- utes, J6 seconds. feprinff Efffatta ot t e Satiscc anU a enUota Boat Clubs Lake .Mcndota. June - , wia THE WTXXIXG CREW— THE BADGER CLUB Gifford Lewei.lvn Bicford Co.vszcain Robert Linde Bowe.v Stroke Paul Edward Lunde Seven Alfred Leo Buser 5 ' i.v William Owen Van Loon ... Five Robert L kisch Four Roy John Crissey Three Howard Herbert Rogers Tzeo Clarence Charles Fenn Bene ' The race zvas routed oz ' cr a mile and a half course, under favorable zceather conditions. Time: 6 minutes. .» seconds. 288 €te)D Mcdill Hendricksou Tt ' ntpleton Samp Sjoblom K lni Smith l ricfht . fch ' i ' rne)i Uukrr L,t n. nn Cor ey Cf)c JFrrs{)man Crete Peroonnel Position Bow Two Three Four Five Six Seven Stroke aine Allan Marsten McGill . . . Manville Fritjoff Henuricksox Kenneth Stuart Templf.ton . . Edward Joseph Samp .... Maurice Charles Sjoblom . . Alfred Carl Kelm Erwin Rudolph Sch.miht . . . George Moves Bricht Average Age, 20 years, . verage Height, b ft. Coxswain JoH.v Scripps Corlkv Suhstitute Kav.mond Rewey Baker Substitute ROHERT Austin Lamson Coxswain Roukrt oble McKirn. n , , . . Age Heic lit 19 6 ft. I in. 18 6 ft. I in. 21 6 ft. I " ' 2 in. 20 5 ft. n ' j in, 2, 6 ft. 2 ' J in. 19 5 ft. II in. 19 6 ft. 2 in. 21 ft. 1 4 in. . .Average Weight, i()6 ' , s 11)S. 18 5 ft. 4 in. 112 21 6 ft. 160 20 6 ft. 155 19 5 ft. 4 in. no ll ' ci ' flit 158 168 163 175 167 168 170 160 Tlite Poufff)krrp3ic Efffatta Eifihl-ocircd Race for Freslniien First CoRNELi Time 10 :40ys Second Colimbiv Time 10:53? Third Syracuse Time I0:S3 ' Fourth Pennsylvania Time II :oo ' -5 Fifth Wisconsin Time 11:15?- Course — Two Miles. 280 Strtai Calvin Flovd Schwenker President Kenneth Stuart Templeton J ' icc-Prcsicicnt Edgar Carpenter ' ilson Sccrctarx Ru ' HARi) ' nAKT(iN Simons Trcdsiti-cr Harulu Augustus Arpin Walton Cook Ball CoMiLLo Adams Clark Arthur Brittan Doe Alfred Thomas Flint Karl Louis Kraatz Harmon Lewis Karl Mowrv ]VL nn RoiiERT Ernest MgFarland Calvin Flovd Schwenker Joseph Peter Schwada Richard Wharton Simons Walter Evan ' ied Walter Fritz ' INHOLT Edgar Carpenter Wilson Harrv Goetseels Wild 1013 Harold Giliiert Anderson Herp.ert ' illiam Becker George Noyes Bright John Scripps Corlev Dennis Wood Crile Kenneth Radford Crumpton L NViLLE Frit.toff Hendrickson Donald Safford Holmes Ropert Austin Lam son Ralph Llovd-Jones Earl Marvin Price " alter Alexander Sheriffs William Barstow Strong Dan Thomas Sullivan Kenneth Stuart Templeton 290 Trcto BADGER ROWING GLUg Roi ' .EKT LiNDE BowEN President Harrv Robert Foerster rice-Prcsidcnt Howard Herbert Roiiers Secretary Rov Jniix Crissev Treasurer 1912 James Reeva Adams Edwin Charles Austin GiFFORD Llewellyn Bigford Roscoe Stanhope Blomeyer Robert Linde Bowen Alfred Leo Buser Floyd Goodrich Carpenter Roy John Crissey Arno ld Orlando Dahlberg Reinhold Julius Diekelman Harry Robert Foerster Oscar Bernhardt Headland LoREN Loom IS Hebbard Merritt La Count Jones Thomas Matthew Kearney William Frederick Lackmiller Sidney John Moore Peter James Murphy Henry Andrew Pflughoeft William Duncan Richardson Howard Herbert Rogers Burns Oscar Severson Randolph Spelman Sizer Otto Arnold Wiese Clement Tehle WrsKuciL Auiiiru Gi:()uc,ic Zander 1914 Harlan Hurlbut Bradt Joseph Bur Morris Hiram Bent Paul Linde Bowen Allan Briggs Hubert Lyman Flemming Albert Earnest Greenwood Howard Leslie Heald Duncan Meredith Hunter Sherburne Bryant Henning Ralph Kemp Gilbert Lawrence Landsberg Lawrence Anbuck Larson Kenneth Foss Layman Har -ev Lincoln Ott William Wrtght Tawse John Crowell ' an Riper ROLLIN AlDRICH ' ARNER Charles Arthur von der Muehlen ALm ' kici-: Pearse Rogers Benjamin Reed Brindley Ejtmft William Young 291 €it o CAPTAIN LUVEJOY COACH CONNIBEAK WAsiiixinnx cRi: v ri-xkption UHmomm-MinshinQton Race 202 CrctD " THE ELjrS. 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" ■ " = tr;:m. - -- ' -- - ,, Sool li= ' ' - ' •HE WESTEHM „ f.EceivEo,, ' ' " ' " ' p ' l, nr CUff IJc.,,,, a fssafffs Efffibcti bp Crete Brforfli9otia:l)Hffp3ic Efffatta -•M insniii IBaerfaall jaDffirrrQ Harky Cri-VKR Caftuiii Harlan Mhrkitt Whisman Maiuincr Hexkv Charlks Draves -Issislciil Maiianer Thomas Al-stin Barry r ) 7 - ! iSrrsonnrl Arthur cH(irPKNH(in:R Klkinpki.l (W) Catcher Fred Lark IN DoAR ( V ) Catcher Robert Alexander Fucik ( W ) Pitcher Charles : Iott Xash (WJ Pitcher Jefferson Allan Simpson (W) First Base Arthur John Crowns (W) First Base Kenneth Elbert Fellows (W) Second Base Chester WiLLLMi Horner ( V) Short Slof Arthur Albert Peroande (W) Third Base David Joseph Flana(;an ( W I Left Field Harry " Cui.ver (W) Center Field Emil Bunta (W) ? ' . ' ' " Pi- ld i u s Austin K Rm ' . i nach Harlan Mirkiit hi u n. Manager 296 ■Baerball 1910 Darsitj) ilascball Cram Cro- ' . ' iis Bernstfin Bunt a Earry J orn r KUinpell PerganJe Flanagan Xash Dear D raves Feilozvs Cuher Funk hi. ' - man 297 ISasrball V„J HE baseball season of I ' jio started out witli a rush and with everything pointing ' ■ v toward a championship team. Six of the Japan veterans were eligible, as fl I were also Pitcher Bob Fucik and several promising Sophomores. An excep- k M tionally early spring made it possible to start out-door practice earlier than • it had been started for several years. . U the positions were promptly filled, with the exception of first base and right field. Through the loss of Mike Timbers, first base was not regularly filled during the whole season. Xo less than four different men held the position in the nine games played, and it was an ever pres- ent point of weakness of the team. Our first game, which was to have been with Xorthwestern. was called on account of the weather, a most unfortunate circumstance, for the Methodists were not overly strong and a victory at the outset would have gone a long ways toward imbuing the team with confidence. Chicago took the next game, and a week later the team went to Lafayette, where the weather man again snatcjied a victory from our grasp. In the fourth inning, with the score 6 to 2 in our favor, the game was called on account of a heavy rain. We had knocked their pitcher out of the box in the third inning and everything was in our favor. From this on things did not seem to go as they should. Although Pitchers Xash and Fucik pitched tip-top ball and the fielding behind them was good, we could not win our games. The main reason for this was our inability to hit the ball at the critical time. The games we did win were won by holding our opponents to as small a score as possible. In spite of these things, we ended the season by tieing Chicago for third place, with Illinois and Pur lue. in first and second places respectively. With the close of the season, Fucik, Xash, Pergande. and Culver ended their careers in college athletics. The prospects for next year are liright, for there is plenty of material, if it can be olitained and developed. With Coach Barry and Captain-elect 1-lanagan at the Iielni. we slmnld have a winning team in igii. Best wishes. ir 298 TPasrball 1 J I FLANAGAN :. ' 1 Ai Mentors TIMBERS 19U KLHIi ' PI-:i.L y ' 1 ILj FELLOWS CKOWNS 299 ■Baarball Conffrcncf Standings Illinois PURDL ' E WlSCONSIN Chicaoo 3 ir. L. Pet. p. Jf " . L. Pet. .1, 13 1. 000 Minnesota . . . . 8 ;, S •375 8 6 J ■ 750 Iowa . 6 7 4 •333 4 5 •444 Indiana . . . . 7 I b •143 4 5 •444 XORTHWESTLRN . . - I 6 •143 ' Ef)f ErcorU Games Playecl. ' ). Won 4. Loi Wisconsin 3 Wisconsin 6 Wisconsin i Wisconsin i Wisconsin 3 Wisconsin o Wisconsin 3 Wisconsin o Wisconsin 3 Simpson Flanagan Doar . . Xash BUNTA Fellows FlTIK Horner Culver . Klein PELL Percande Crowns . Flanagan — L. Kleinpell — C. FrciK — P. and Fellows — jB. Cl ' lver — C. F. Crowns — i Ei. Simpson — i B. Pergandk — 3B. Doar— C. . ' . Nash— P. Horner — S. S. BuNTA — R. F. iB. Cliicago 5 Iowa I Illinois 4 Iowa o Minnesota 4 Purdue 3 Xortliwestern 2 Chicago 3 Minnesota I Batting SLbtraffe Oaiiu 3 10 4 8 10 10 ID ID 6 ID Tc .It J nit 7 j8 i; 8 21 30 3-2 3 36 16 3- iS am Ratting H. 3 9 5 iFifluing: abetage dailies 10 6 10 10 ID 4 10 8 Team Field P. O. 12 30 30 30 22 40 15 10 3 ' ' 18 3 iiui A. o 6 23 If) o I 3 14 10 8 21 o .It iladison .4t Madison .4t Madison At lozva City At Minneapolis At Madison At Evanston At Chicago At Madison S. B. o 5 2 o 4 E. o o I I I Av. .429 •321 .294 .250 .238 •233 .219 .219 .194 .188 •I2S .056 .211 Av. 1. 000 1.000 .982 .960 •Q57 •055 .947 ■943 .925 .001 .886 ■750 •049 300 TBaafball WS ' - ' spfc- r Esh Stern (ionia Moll Smith Matteson Parson Anderson Davidson Marshall Thorn p sou Stanget Hughes Peterson Kntcr Collcgr iSascball (KECCuttbt Committfe George Hakolu Dac - Hakkv Cti-ver I ' raXK EnWAHIi piCIVLK College of agriculture Cljampionstip ' CLeam James Disraeli Marsh ai.i Manager Glen Albyn Esh Catcher Eldon Jerome Smith Pitcher Martin Anderson First Base John Edwin Moll Second Base Elmer Howard Hughes Tliird Base Albert Ludwig Thompson- Short Stop Otto Anton Stangel Left Field Edgar Parsons Center Field Fred Ronald Peterson Right Field dubetittitre William Frank Stern 1 win Damhsun Walter Evan Wiku tanOins o( ' Yearns ll ' oii Lost Percentage College of Agriculture 7 - - " S School of Commerce 4 4 -500 Senior-Sophomore Engineers 4 4 -500 Letters ami Science 4 5 -444 Junior-Freshmen Engineers J 3 -400 College of Law - ' 5 .-:86 301 TPasffaall Ftiunii Miigt i Woodai d Edzut Grell Weber Untcr JTratrrnitj) jSascfaaU flDffiffrs James Reeva Adams President John Fraser, Jr J ' icc-President Harold LeRov Bickel Secretary Arthur Herbert Noyfs Treasurer Sllpf)a tCau flDmcffa Cftampioneljip ' QTcam Carl Freund ' iliort Stop Henry Weber Left Field William Henry Conlin . . Center Field Selwyn Clark Woodard . . Right Field Charles Sherwood Gilbert . Substitute Carl Henry Ruenzel . . C(7 - er. Cafl. Walter Henry Grell . . Pitch er Henry Patrick Edwards First Base LuciEN Alexander Wood Sccoi d Base Donald Groves Magill . Third Base fetanding o JFiiBt Dibisi on U ' oir Lost Pt, Crilt. Alpha Tau Omega . . . -i 1. 000 Phi Delta Theta . . . 4 I .Soo Delta Upsilon . . . . 4 I .800 Phi Kappa Psi . . . . 2 .600 Psi Upsilon 1 4 .200 (Jlliirli DibtBi on Won Lost Per Cent. Phi Kappa Sigma . . . . 4 I .800 Alpha Delta Phi . . . 4 I .800 Sigma Nu . 2 .600 Beta Theta Pi . . . . 3 .400 Chi Psi I 4 .200 Delta T au Delta . . . I 4 .200 SsrconB Dititaion It ' t ' W Lost Delta Kappa Epsilon Kappa Sigm. . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi .... Phi Gamma Delta . Theta Delta Chi . . Per Cent. .800 .800 .800 .200 .200 .000 Jcmi JfinalB P hived Won Lost Per Cent. Phi Delta Theta . . 2 Kappa Sigma .... 2 . lpha Delta Phi . . 2 JfinalB Alpha Tau Omega . 3 Delta Kappa Epsilon . 3 Phi Kappa Sigma . . 3 Phi Delta Theta . . 3 1. 000 .500 .000 1. 000 .667 •333 .000 302 ensoniL •aDffircrs Albert Eiuch Caftain H enry Charles Schraxck Manager George Johx Kirchc.asser Coach Haskell Xoves Coach Ike Bernstein Trainer personnel Albert Birch, k ' ujhl Furz ' ard Ja.mi Reeva Ahams, Center Otto Anton Stancel. Left Forzvard Walter Aiiasa Scoville. Right Gnurd Frank Xourse Yol-ngman, Left Guard SufaBtitutcs Hugo Kuechenmeister,, Center Edmond Stephen Gillette, Guard Charles Bresse Bradish, Guard Alvin Oscar Johnson, Guard December 10 Wisconsin 32 llcloii . . I ' . at Madison December 17 Wisconsin 43 Kipon . - s at Madison January 7 . Wisconsin 39 Lawrence ) at Madison January lo . Wisconsin lij Purdue . . 34 . at Lafayette January 14 . Wisconsin 29 Northwestern i . at Evanston January 21 . Wisconsin 20 Illinois . - 17 . at Madison January 28 . Wisconsin 40 Chicago . . 22 . at Madison February Z Wisconsin 51 Indiana . . 9 . at Madison February 4 Wisconsin ii; Minnesota . 17 at Minneapolis February 24 Wisconsin 45 Purdue . . 17 . at Madisun March ' l . Wisconsin 13 Minnesota . 21 at IMadison March 4 . Wisconsin oo Chicago . . 24 . at Chicago March S . Wisconsin 23 Northwestern 11 . at Madison March 10 . Wisconsin IS Indiana . - 21 at Bloomington March 11 Wi ' consin IS Illinois 21 at Chanipaien ril(IK(,l |(IHN KiKl HC.ASSER, Coach Henry Charles Schranck. Manager ■Baafertfaall 19U l arsity iSasfertball Cram Bernstein ( Trainer) Kuechcntueister Noyes ( Coach) Stan el Scoiillf Birch B radish Gillette Schranck { Manager) Adams } oungman yohnsott 305 IBsebnhaU V J HE basketball season of 1910-11 is regarded as having been a successful one. The team was of championship calibre and. from the first game with Illinois ■ J until the final contest with the same team at Champaign, was conceded by V critics to be a strong contender for first honors. ■ Three " W " men and two other players of considerable experience and no little ability formed a nucleus for the squad. Bickelhaupt, however, who last year played a splendid game at guard, was early forced to retire on account of an old injury. A victory over Illinois marked the initial appearance of the team upon the home floor. In a short time, both Chicago and Purdue were met and decisively defeated. The unfortunate game with Minnesota upon the local floor was the first actual rebuft ' of the year and later proved to have been the turning point of Wisconsin ' s chances for leadership. Di- rectly after the overthrow at the hands of the Gophers, three successive defeats in remark- ably close games on foreign floors brought the season to a close and all championship aspir- ations to an end. Official figures show the average of the Wisconsin team tn be .500 per cent. It may be said, however, that the Badgers were the close-game champions of the year, having lost one contest by one point, another by two points, and two by three points. .A victory in two of these games would have placed the team in a tie for the championship. Credit for the splendid showing must be given Coaches Xoyes and Kirchgasser for their untiring efforts and unflagging interest in the success of the team. Scoville. guard; Youngman, guard: Stangel. forward: .-Xdams. center, (iillette, and Kuechenraeister, form the basis of ne.xt year ' s team. Captain-elect Scoville, an .All-Western guard, is a natural leader and has the confidence of the rooters as well as of the players. Much is to be expected from the basketball five next year. ( c€ C i ' h- i 306 IBaekttbaU rntors Idll BIRCH inCKELHAUPT " THE ArAN llKlllNl) THE GUNS ' Baebrtfaall ViilsoTi Vesper iCoacli) Bent yohn on l{iirpi-y [Captttiii Veil Geut B radish Ifof ' f;! I ' Rife Class JSasfertball league tEfef 1914 Ci)ampion0f)ip ' STram Ernest Hekman Hoppert Carl Samuel Harper . . . Conrad Eugene ' an Gent . John Cromwell ' an Riper John Francis O ' Connell . Right Forzi ' ard Left Forward Center Right Guard Left Guard Subetttutce Allen Johnson Center Maurice Hiram Bi:- t Guard Ralph Partripge Eradish Fonvard Harold Stephen Vinson Fonvard ' SEfjc ferason February 24 February 2 February 2j February 2j March i March S Juniors Freshmen Freshmen Juniors . Freshmen I ' reshmcn 2b 1 1 16 37 Seniors . . Sophomores Seniors . Sophomores Juniors . . Lawrence . fetantims of tf)f ' QTramo Freshmen . Juniors . . Seniors . . Sophomores Won 3 2 o Lost o I Percentage 1. 000 .667 .000 .000 10 4 17 308 HINOR SPORTS ffifftCttB William Tracv Huvek Ca ' aiji Erwix Joseph Dohmkx Manager Chaklks Harris W ilsox Coach (Et)c Sram William Tracv Hover William Albert Dieter Erwin Joseph Dohmen Cl. rence Rugg Cleveland K Ri. Marvin Pkivf Mlcstrrn 3lntcr=Collf5iatr CroS0 Countrp Eun MADISON, NOVEMIiER I9, IQIO Points 33 90 WISCONSIN MINNESOTA AMES NORTHWESTERN 99 PURDUE 108 D .)HMEN " . Wisconsin, first. INDIANA NOTRE DAME CHICAGO IOWA NEBRASKA (Disqualified). Hr) ' ER. Wisconsin, second. Points 157 IGS 184 191 THORSEN, Northwestern, third. JFrfSf)man= opf)omorc Cross Country Eun FRESH. MEN 21 .Sol ' HO.MUREj Foster, 1914, first ; McGraff, 1914. second Dohmr ' . iOL ' t-r iCupiaitt) Wilson (Coach) Cli-vetaiul I ' n.e Sheriffs {Aasi talit Manager) SDJinor ®portB GYMfNASlTICS tunm Cljc ( pmnasttf Cram Harlam McChesney, Coach Merwin Guv Eliwarus Horse; Tuiiibling Harold Holmes Parallel Bars; Hori:ontal Bar; Rings: Tumbling Lynn Elmer Knorr Horizontal Bar ; Parallel Bars Harry Victor Meissner Rings Rudolph John Stengl Tumbling; Horse; Rings Richard Gray Soutar (Cat tain) . . . Parallel Bars; Horizontal Bar; Rings Frederic Williams Ullius Horse; Parallel Bars; Horizontal Bar Arnold Adolph Wecner ...... Horse: Horizontal Bar -i-T . 1 H| Bk n Sr JK ' rrrnTnT- ' j Lk3 1 i| H HkF3 - r ' - ■ II 1 III W ' r . M Holmes Miissnfr ll ' ,-gnf JK h ' . ' ari s AfcChesney ( Coach) Stt ' n Kuoor L ' Hins Soutar 311 gg)inot S ' portB ' 2Ef)f IParsitp tHram Charles Frank Puls, Lnl ' taiii Harold Frederick Phelps AI.TKK AmASA ScOVILLE RoBHRT Dickinson Green Stanton Scov Tlic iiifcr-Lollcgiale imilch -a-as f lciyc(i at Chicago. The singles inatcli zvas lost to Illinois. The doubles match was lost to Minnesota. Only Phelps and Pnls played. l3omr ' SEournamcnt Stnelre ifinal ton won from Lewis. 6-i ; 6-4 ) Stanton icon from Seoville, ille won from Raiib. 7-5 ; 6-4 ( ,?-i ' ; 4-6; y-3; 6-2; 6-3 25aufalf8 Jfinal Stone and Brown won from Green and Libren, 6-2: 2-6; 6-0 Phelps and Bailey won from Beecher and McGraw. 7-5: 7-5. Phelps and Bailey icon from Sto)ie and Broivn, 6-4: 6-2; 6-2 Conference Tennis Tournament at Chicago 312 9Binor Sports . ROURTICS . Sntcr Class tuimming jWrrt 20-YARU SwiJI 40- YARD Swim 40-YARD Breast . 100-YARD Swim 40-YARD Back 220-YARD Swim Distance Plunge 160-YARD Relay . FEBRUARY 2, 1911 I4 1913 jgij igii First Place 3 5 I ;■. Brc ' tspraak, 8 3-5 3 5 I ■. Breylsfraak, 2 2-5 5 3 I . ) . Hevinann, 2S 2- 5 ' 3 -■. Wood, 1:14 J-j I 3 5 h. Austin, 331-5 ; 3 • B. Reid. 3:382-5 3 I 5 u. l.ocnler. 48 ft. 6 III 5 I 3 Total • ■ 25 20 2:, 4 THE VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM Xts t-r (Caiic 0 Aifstiii Crilr Brtylsprtial- (.Xfumnfff) l tti Koitiio Ifoh-rrscfti-ui Wirl ' olitl Schv. ' arliiig Lofffltr TtmfUloii iB©inor dporta fbfnt gear November 32, igio Name Position Price Harry Leland Risdon, ' 14 First Turkey John Francis O ' Connell. ' 14 Second Goose Leroy Swoomstedt Foster. " 14 Third Rooster John Burks Fetter. ' 14 Last Egg %tlt aaiinncrs 314 SPinor Oporto StanBing of the Crame BETA THETA PI ... DELTA UPSILON . . . ALPHA TAU OMEGA . . PHI KAPPA SIG L . . DELTA KAPPA EPSILON SIGMA NU ZETA PSI SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON PSI UPSILON PHI DELTA THETA . . tVo» « 45 42 40 39 39 35 32 32 30 12 12 15 17 IS 18 22 25 25 rceiitage .789 .789 .736 .701 .084 .684 .614 .561 .561 .526 PSI . . DELTA KAPPA SIGMA SIGMA PHI PHI KAPP. DELTA TAL- SIGMA CHI CHI PSI ALPHA DELTA PHI ALPHA SIGMA PHI PHI GAMMA DELTA THETA DELTA CHI Won . 211 . 28 . 27 23 20 20 13 8 Lost P, rcentage 28 .508 29 .483 30 .473 30 .473 34 .403 37 .359 37 .359 44 49 52 INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES HIGH GAAIE WILLIAM RANDOLPH HOLMES .... 182 ELMER ROYAL BLOCK 177 WALTER THEODORE ERITNOW .... 177 HAROLD MILTON LAMPEKT 177 SAMUEL BURTON GROOM 174 EDWIN CHARLES AUSTIN 172 BETA THETA PI 993 pins INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME RAYMOND YOUNG SANDERS 257 pins HIGH THREE GAME AVERAGE HEXKI- WEBER 213 THK ) ' .KT. THKT. PI CH. M PIONSHIP TE. M Giooin Suttr St, ' ■ III ' , I, h J!,iiliii-,f(L i ' tain) 315 T-.yU,!ic l iicfiiiniscii Sl9inor Sports W fe r r G.wxoRD JoxES Case President LOREN LoOMis Hebberd lice-President losEPH Davip Mercer Secretary and Treasurer JoHx Hexrv Adler Roger Kixgsley Ballarh Richard Boissarp ■ILHA I Chapmax Elmore William Kouxtz Fitch Arthir Wood Hallam Al IRA Rockwell Hixkley James Malcolm Kehlor Hakolu Harry Rice Kimbakk Kexxeth Foss Laymax JOXES SpEXCER PlLLEX Robert Baker Richards Clement Astor Rossback JoHx Laxthrop Slade Richard Gray Soltar Perry Shcmwav W ai.xer Moi)KE W ' yatt lossf acfi Lavnan tiirharjs Wyatl AJUr Kthlor Cnic JfcbhrJ Fxtch Kimbark Wa tu-r Soiiliir Hallam 316 irBinor Siporlu Joseph L k. iii.k Hii ' .iiakii I ' icsidciil Frrdkric Slocim HouLAXii Smith Sccrelaiy and Trcasiircr Jacinto Manila Kamantigve Piicclor Jean Thomas Sheakor Pircctor Honorary Members Captain K i pii Mi l mn Zkhenek Xi-?ihir ii.i.iwi (ivuRETT Atkins Aeihe Members Thomas James Avi.w i;ii Taki. I ' keheruk Ki.r.iK Wai.ther Ai.pert r.i I 111 n Martin Hai-VOR Knutsen JoSKPIl riRAIil.KV HlKliAUli A HE MoRTIMER LeVITAN Jaiinto Manila 1s manti(Ui Jean Thomas Sheaeor W ' ll LI M I ' UL W ESIPHAI. l iititi nii uf .S it ' afor .h::.j,J IluhhirJ 317 SWinor S ' tiorts SWAN DIVE ZEIDLHACK FINISH FIRST MILK CONFERENCE CROSS COUNTRY ' ■Nk i)(iiiMi:. wixxixi; ihnference ckciss cotntrv run 318 I«tRRItll. (girls ' atblfticB (EtEcutibf ' BoarT) Officers of Association AiMEE Mary Zillmer President Helen Gertrude Thursby I ' ice-Presidcnt Bertha Kitchell Secretary Ferxe Desire Xelson Treasurer Heads of Sj orls oRA Mae Mielenz Hockey Emma Wilhelmina Becker Basketball Marion Belle Hartley Bowling Edna Howard Baseball Ella Mable Smith Tennis MUcarrrs of tlir iMH Grace Margaret Griffin, ' io Xora Mae Mielenz. ' ii Margaret Newell H ' Doubler. ' io Lillian Augusta Jaedecke, ' ii Mary Rose McKee, ' io Ella Mabel Smith, ' ii Ann Helen Bradford, ' id Ferne Desire Nelson, ' ii Aimee Mary Zillmer. ' ii Edna Howard, ' 12 Emma Wilhelmina Becker, " ii Elizabeth Marguerite Reilly, ' ii Irene Adelaide Walsh, ' ii Mabel Maud Gratz. ' 12 Dorothy Ro(3ers. ' ii Helen Cole Scop i eld. ' 12 Helen GERTRUnE Thi-rsby. ' ii Anna Louise Neitzel. ' 12 Bertha Kitchell, ' 12 Wcaras of tlir Pin . nita May Eschenberg. ' ii Fay ' aughan. ' ii Gretchen Schoenleber. ' ii Jessie Loew. ' 12 S. RA ReGINA LON(iFIELD. ' ll IrENE PlATTEX. ' I2 Norma Roehm, ' ii Helen Mariette Brown, ' 12 Esther Ethel De Boos, ' ii L rion Belle Hartley, ' 12 Edna Pearl Witwen. ' ii Olga Chariotte Pressentin. ' 13 Alm. M. gdaline Wiechers, ' ii Laira Loenard Gilman, ' 13 ■Baais of auiartiB Association " W " is azcarjcd for the zciiiuiiu of five honors. Association Pin is azcardcd for the zcinnini of three honors. Three years ' nienibershil on a team zcins for the [flayer tzco honors. Honors aicarded to: I. Members of Hockey team l layiii; in the finals. II. Members of Basketball team playinii in the finals. HI. Members of Baseball team Inlaying in the finals. . ' II . . ' leinbers of Bozvliny team flaying in the finals, r. .Members of Tennis team Inlaying in the finals. VI. Particifanis in Third Year gym. I ' ll. Those receiving the grade of excellent in apparatus zvork. I ' HI. Those receiving distinotion in siviiiuning. 320 igiriB ' athlrtira tVy natt, Coach Pert Sexaiter AV- vman Lap ham Foote Gilmau Fligeiiniut Chrke Ryan Grant Z Prcsseiitiii (BixW iSascball W t 1913 C()ampionsi)ip ITcam Kathryn Ei.iZAiiETH Clarke Olen ' e Lapham .... Elizabeth Lavra Xevvma.x Irene Margaret Collins . Laura Leonakh Gill.max . Gladys Xellore Foote . . Elizabeth Hunt Grant . Olca Charlotte Pressentin Minnie Catherine Se.xal ' er Etta Ione Peet dubstitutce 1 ' klle Fi.k;elman Captain. Pitcher Catcher First Base Second Base Third Base Short Stof Right Field Left Fiehi Back Stop EiNicE ' eronica Ryan I ' reshiiicri Sophomores Sophomores Juniors Freshmen Juniors tUfjf raQon M 12 8 321 €irls ' aiWrius SfOfu i, Vjic Jittijei M fnt h t oeii Htr7r ard Hariin- Z -r.- Hut Ur Oratz x{% Ibofkrp y Ayi ' m Beu.e HAjtTLiri- GiJkw LiwjtE JA ' jMtm, Z-ti 1912 Ct7ain|iuinshi|! Cram EnjSA HowAJiK (Captain) Hel£s Cole Scofjelu ijAjtOAKEi Cakmike Baix fSubsiituitJ L)u.]As Cook Wo 0 - jErrJE 1 EVI Mabel MAri GKA7i! ; «; JSofiS-jr SwHJA LorL ' E Lawiok (SuhililMie) Goal Keeper Claka Haessloi AxsA Louise Ndtzel fi ' ibrVulr a! C mc» Freshmen - - ' S ' jphcrtnore ......... o Si-niors , . 8 S " p ) " inoTe« t» Seniir r , . , . 3 Frf-hrntn ... - f Juni ' jTi . . 4 Fresbnst-n , , . . - o JnnioTi 6 S i hr m ' jrti o Junior ' ' , . . . 4 Senkir 2 322 eiti immcm Jw{)Mf Gntt! A)«ssjlrr vVavfen f nmt K -rii £»m(to £a« M » « W MKUn tCVw t Mvle i6ac4 ciLiall £ f Ii?l2 C ilmpi•R« ip Cr m Enxx Hmvvsn . ' . ' l-fvVMwJ.V (V« rf.f Masv Ma«th. WalUvVCk Bcxnm. Gt KntcriK H xrwkit Lx ' ta. An-sa Lovi k X»s ' t ' «n«r «tr ParMif tMw HklKX S).n X.. . .V Epxa Ho vari I.M»R IUrniik l.ovts ; i. ««vi»v l ' " rv ' Ahmon ;: ;■ Soi htM)i. ri ' ■■•■■;. Juniors Seniors Freshmen SvX|»lltM«»M . - Juniors . 5 Sen» rs So| l»ou ' . , - ,$ I ' rrshmfii M .t- « tffirlfi StMftirs .Siiti sou Ml h,.- (Ciuirh) TO Jill St Bagley (girls iSotoling: ZTiir 1012 Cbampionship [ram LoRXA DooxE Bagley Makv Jaxe Johnson Helen Mariette Brown Eiuth W ' ieser Moore Marion Belle Hartley Olive Mary Sntpsox RllITIl Jcl ErHlNE ' lLES StanBine of thr Kfama Total Pins Juniors 1,588 1.658 i,6go 4.936 Suphonioii-s 1.556 1,621 1.600 4,777 Freshmen 1-54 1.545 1.625 4712 Seniors 1,540 1,536 1,539 4,6i5 £honararp Parsitp STram Personnel Average Grace Cakkikk Howe 120 Olive Mary Simpson 119 Fay ' ai i;han 117 Edith Josephine ' iles 115 Ethel Jolivette . 115 Marion Belle Hartley 115 Mary Weiss 113 Hight Game — Jinidrs i,6go Indi ' -idual lliiili Came — Grace Howe 160 324 i itle ' athlrtita mD an LiUhrop ball firla " atMrtica ll l!P ' ' ' B MB P ' ii ; fc v.- - Ct3r a3ap J ctr 326 -zt:. :- - mmm SDreani;atiana , % STUDENf-COUHT Carroll Owex Bukelhalpt Morris Bockee Mitchell Chairman Secretary 1911 Carroll ( ) ven Bickelhai ' Pt Waltiier Albert Buchen Kenneth Farwell I ' .lrgess Erwin Joseph Dohmen Justin LeRov Johxson Bennett Phelps Stiles 1912 SAMiia. I ' liRTox Groom Morris P.ockee IMitciiell W ' alti-.k Amasa Scovn.Li-: 327 STiQannations fernatoritil Urprcsmtatitico Lkoxaki) Er(-i;xi-; " oyi-:r I ' nuni Theodork Robert Hover Youiuj Men ' s Christian Association Halbert Leopolii Kaiush International Club Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt Intcr-Fratcruily Council Michael Francis Timbers Athletic Board John Lawrence Childs Daily Cardinal Walther Albert Buchen Sfhiu.v Morris Bockee Mitchell Badger Kenneth Farwell Burgess Illsconsin Maqazine David Joseph Saposs ithenac Alfred Thomas Flint Hesperia Carl Herman Haessler I ' hilomathia Werner Peter Wolff Enginceriny Societies Harvey Georce Smith Igricultural Literary Society CongrrsGional UrprrQcntatibCQ ion Letters and Science .h nculture Engineering Harry Gustav Abendroth Griffith Richards, Jr. William " erne Bichelhaupt John Alexander Dorney Herman W ' knzl Ulspkrc.kr Hakky Divall Blake QuiNCY Journey Jones Law An(;us McArthur, Jr. Erwin .Aaron Meyers Shirley Lincoln Emmett Alexander Carlton Sladky Sager Louis Odegard Carl Robinson Fi.etchik Robert Connor 0 ' L LLEY 1912 Letters and Science Engineering Agriculture William John . ber(; Stewart Hill .Ankeney Lewis Ali;ert Henke Carl Alvin Xeprud Richard .Adkins Coruett Elmer Howard Hughes Selmer Xeprud John Eraser, Jr. -nic Harold Page Thompson Lewis James Quinn ' iLAS Henry W ' haley 1913 Letters and Science Engineering Agriculture Dennis Rider Wood Crile Lalcolm Fizer McFarland Reid Fred .Murray 1 Lanville Frittoff Hendrickson William Mathew McMurray Kenneth Stuart Templeton SiGVALD .AsnjoRN Stavrum Lazi ' Jefferson .Allen Simpson 1914 Letters and Science Engineering Agriculture j L. u ' oLM Carter Bruce Leon Edmund Kahn Harold .- lk en .Arnold Albert Tormey (gratiuatrB Lee Bidcood R.wmonu Thayer Bikgb 3- ' 8 ' : SDteani?atipni3 Ctnion ' Boarti Walther Albert BfiHEN I ' nsicicnl Leonard Eugene ' oyer Treasurer Chester Caesar Wells Secretary Carroll Owen Bickelhalpt Arthur Jorceksen Kenneth Farwell Burgess Halbert Leopold Kaiiish John Lawrence Chh.ds Morris Bockee Mitchell Siib ' ttommittrra Social Coininiltce Haleert Leopold Kadish. Cliainnaii Addison Milton Blever Dennis Rider Wood Chile Harold Makmn Davis Dexter Rounuv Maple Albert Henry 0( hsner Billiard Hdoiii Coinniitlce Leonard Eugene Vover. Chainitaii Fred (Irav Carter Piil licity Coiiiiiiiltec Chester Caesar Wells. Chairinau Hari.ow Blair Broun Eugene Carter Moves House Coininittcc Kenneth Farwell Burgess. Chairman Charles Logax Croshv Gaylord Jones Case Arthur W ' lioir H ai.i.am Frestox Thomi ' sox Vance I ' liioii Ihiililiiii I ' ropaiiaiula Coiiiiiiillee Walther Albert Kuchex. Chairman Albert Henry Ochsner William Henry Spohn Edward Oscar Witt General Committee Walther Albert Buc hex. Chairman Jerome Rf;Eii Head Malcolm Bruce Gay ' lord Jones Case Robert Earl Coleman Charles Logan Cro.sbv Harold Larvin Davis John Archibald F ' letcher Arthur Wood Hallam Harvey AL rtix Harker George Hkixtox W ' ei.ser. Jr. William Haveklixc. Holmes Walter Coxrad Carl Ketter Edwin Philip Kohl Joseph Benja.mix Loesih Louis Sherwix . Iiscii Charles Robert Roter Robert Dix Tristram Pre.ston Thomp.so.n Vaxce 329 SDrsantiations (lEKcutibe IBoarB GiiKTKL ' DK Ki ' i ' c iiiiLL President Ada C)RMSiiv MacAda.m J ' icc-Picsidcnt Josephine Adelia Plank Secretary CiRETCHiiN ScnoENLEUEK Treasurer Social Connnittee Ada C)RM.snv Mac Adam. Cltairiiian losELLE Edna Weld Edith ' eiser Mohre Student Interest Committee Edna Howard, Cliaimuni Ada Mai ' d Ku ii.mdnd Ada ( )rmsi;v MacAda.m Gretchen Schoenleber 330 SDrcaniiatione Lily Bess Camppell .... General Secretary Myra Ellenett. Knapp .... President LuELLA Mae Scovill J ' ice-President Vernie Lucile McCann Secretary EiiiTH Emma Schtster Treasurer SlbbiQovv ©oarb Mrs. WiLi.i. M Amasa Scott, Cbainnan Mrs. Roy Brown Hutchinson Miss Abby Shaw Mavhew Mrs. Cora Stranahan Woodward Mr. Iatthew Simpson Dudgeon Mr. Scott Holland Goodnight Cf)airnifn of Committrr© Luella Mae Scovill Membership Edna Gr. ce Johnson Devotional Mccttnys Mehora Emmeline Harker Bible Study Alice Belle Smith Mission Study Agnes Hopkins Davis Extension Olive Rosetta Hendrickson Publicity Coila Maria Winter " ' nw and Means Hester Antoinette Jacobs ' ■social Nora May Mielenz Intercollegiate 331 ffiireanifationa John Lawrence Childs President Manville Fritjoff Hendrickson Secretary Raymond Albert Denslow Treasurer Arthur Jorgensen General Secretary Edward Lockwood Assistant Secretary Cf)airmrn of Committfrs Erwin Aaron Meyers . . Carroll Owen Bickelhaupt Justin LeRoy Johnson . . Howard Heriiert Rogers Gilbert Ei.lkit P.rereton . Benjamin Sanford Beecher ' ard Franklin Boyd . . James Coldazier Stephens Manville Fritjuff Hendrickson Justin LkRov Johnson . . . . Bible Study Social Meiiibersliif Riiiployinciit Adz ertisiiiii E.vtciisioji Deputation Missio}iary Music Representafiz ' c to Student Conference 332 rRHTERNITIES JFratrruities ;; Order of Their HstabHsliineiit at the ' Uiik ' crsitx of Wisconsin Phi Delta Tiieta Beta Theta Pi . Phi Kappa Psi Chi Psi ... . Sigma Chi . . . Delta Cpsilon Delta Tal ' Delta Phi Gamma Delta Theta Delta Chi P. ' I UP-SILON . . Kappa Sigma . . Phi K. ppa Sr;.m. Sigma Xu . . . Ali ' ha Delta Phi Sigma .A.lpha Epsilon Delta Kappa Epsilox Acacia Alpha Tau Omega . Sigma Phi .... Alpha Sigma Phi . 620 Lake Street 623 Mendota Conrt 811 State Street 62 Lake Street 6jo Lake Street 6-14 Frances Street 16 Mendota Court 5- ' A ' orth Henry Street 1 0 Langdon Street 620 State Street 621 Lake Street 61Q Langdon Street 428 Murray Street 614 Langdon Street 61 Lake Street 24 Xorth Henry Street poi I ' niz ' ersitx Ai ' enue 604 State Street ig Mendota Court 6op Lake Street Profr00ional jfratrrnitirs Phi Delta Phi Ocj ' Frances Street Phi Alpha Delta 62§ Frances Street Alpha Chi Sig.ma 1 Chemical) Nl ' Alpha 401 Murray Street Kappa Phi Gamma i o Unii ' ersitv Avenue .W4 ' •Deu--Tm.-, rc m ;-ii . JFratcrnitifa t Bclta Cljcta IVisciinsin Alplui ChnpWr. Established tS ' v Louis Rowell Herrick Ehwarh Kohi. .Maikkr .Xi.i.ax Samuel Xeilsox Fletcher Anhrkw Parkkk William Lixn Wester m a xn ' |LLL M ' lLAS HrVAXT Harry Lincoln Butler Louis McLane Hobbins Reginald Henry Jackson Russell Jackson aBe (f ol £1 ' rfi TroAfi James Albert Jai ksox, Jr. alter Ai.kxaxiiek . L klin(; Sydney Charles Jackson Lucian John Pickarts Lee Thomas Pond Arthur John Sullivan Amiirose Huknside Wexic.er Robert Johnson George Keenax, Jr. Arnold Bennf.t Hall John Seymour W ' ixslou Graduate Aloxzo Frederic k ' ass IQII Carroll Owen Bickelhaitt Henry Halleck Kerr W ' li.LiA.M Verne BiCKELH.M ' PT Laurice Brereton Lamont Arthur Joseph Williams 1912 Frank .Ar.mi.v J- ' rey . ustin Smith Ixgleheart Edgar Xoksmax Eumond Stephen Gillette Charles Bl.mr MuGrath Bkyan Seaborne Reih William Reuhen Stakeorii C ' iiaules Maktin Pollock 1913 V ' lCTOR Clarence Breytspr. . k K.m.ph E.mbree Doane . athax Clarke Sweet LvNN James Morgan- John SCRIPPS CORLEY Arthuk 1 1 MiiiEN .Alexaxiikk Ivan Adaik Hu kei.haupt .Allan Briggs James .Albert Cummins .Alvin Stanford Morgenrotii William Dudley Pr. tt Geor(.e I)(iurxe I ' rance 1914 r.RUCE (ill |:ERT FoSTER Lerov SwoRMSTEivr Foster Carl Loser I ' ran " . George Mi nut I ' ' ui.i.i:r Fr.axk Car.man Wood Colleye of Law ii|i I F.MMETT Horan. Jr. lUiUIN TllKilnlRE HeISTER Ralph Kemp Edw.vrd Parrish Radford i mes .a tt ml irk ' in cent 337 JFtatctnitirB i Brita Cljcta Founded at Miami Uiiiz ' crsity iS-iS lixoll ot Ctaptcr0 AllA.MI L ' lsIVEKrilTV University of Indiana Central University Wabash Unix ' ersity University of Wisconsin University of Indianapolis Northwestern Uninersity Iowa Weslevan Unixersity Fran kli x C ' illegi-; HANn EK Ciil.LEOI-: UNi EKsrr - of AIriiigan Universfiy of Chicago DePauw University jMercer C(.)LLEGE Corni-:ll Uni ersity Ohio Uxuersitv Lafayette College University of California University of ' ir(;inia UNivi:Rsrrv ok ( " iIcorgia Knox Colli£ge Uni I ' :rsitv of Missouri Emor ' College Randolpii-Macon College Uxn-ERsiTv of Nebraska Pi;nnsyl ' ania College Washington and Jefferson Colli A ' axherkilt University I.ICHIGII Unuersitx ' Uxni-.RsrrY of Mississippi University of Alabama Lombard College Alat.ama Polytechnic Institute Allegheny College Washburn University of Minnesota University of Iowa University of Kansas LTniversitv of the South Ohio State Un i ' ersity University of Texas University of Pe nsyl axi a Unkjn College Colby College Dartmouth Collicge L ' niversit ' of North Carolina ' ILLIAMS College Southern University Syracuse Uni ersit ' ashixgtox axd Lee L ' Nixersitv A M 1 1 ERST College Brown College Tulane University ' ASHINGT0N L ' Nn-ERSlTY Leland Stanford. Jr., University Purdue Uxrersitv Uni ersity i)F Illinois Case School of Applied Science University of Cincinn. ti University of Washington Kentucky State College .(;e McGill University L ■IVERSIT ■ of Colorado Georgia .School of Technologx ' Pennsyl axia State College Uni ' ERSity of Toronto UNn ' ERSiTY OF .South Dakota RuTLER College University of Idaho College •. ■- ( ■ ( u J tatctniticB i6rta ClKta i llpha Pi C ha filer. Established cV .? ots otoacr cdAot Thomas Austin Barrv Ki.LiOT Blackvvelder Charles Henry Bl-xtixg Charles Frederick Burgess Frank W ' adsworth Doolittle James Elliot Aixslie Jesse Alexander William Alfred Anderson- Frederick Mason Brown Harold PerLee Carv irapa Marshall Blakemore Evans Carl Russell Fish Gordon Scott Fulcher Frank Avery Hutchixs George John Kirchgasser Charles William Stoddart aSi f ol iv Ttj TTo ' Aa Frank Dorr Burton Conrad Martinius Conradson Frank Erastus Doty Oliver John Jobse Francis Anderson Lyman aSe l ol e ' r 7-7 (r oXy 191 1 Timothy Brown Charles Ford Hariuni;. Jr. W ' lMiAM Duncan Richardson I- " r. nk 1912 Ko(;ek Kixcslev Ballard Samuel Burton Groom George Henry Foster Jav Milton Hill KicHAKi) Gray Soutar. Jr. H. riii.ii 1913 Halle Herman Lang Charles LaForest Reed Eugene Bird Martineau Harold Elmer Smith 19:4 Paul Leonard .Ainslie Benjamin Rked Brixdlky Harlan Hurlbut Bradt .Albert Jay Denistox, Jr. Everett Robert Brewer Edwin Pierce Galloway Douglass Ross Soutar E.mme College of Laic 191.1 1912 Frank (. " ali.is .Meyer Kkxxeih Farwei.l Burgess William Ellerv Leonard James Francis .Augustine Pyre Ernest Brown Skixner Howard Leslie Smith Leoxard Sewell Smith Walter Baker Miller Harold Wetmore Ridge v. y William Seftox Robbins Karl LaFollette Siebecker Ray Morris Stroud Wii.lia.m Tracy Hover Emu. Stopi ' eniiai h Flint Jones Howard Herhkrt Rogers Willis Story Edward Chauxcey Twitchell Hubert Pr. tt Wright BuRTT JoHXSToX RKHAM URICE Pearse Rogers .Merrill Edmund Skinner rr William Youxg I ' ll.? Lerov Blood Lorexz •U " JrratrrniticB i cta Cljcta i Founded at Miami Univcrsily 1S39 Eoll of dfjiiptfro Miami Unin ' eksitv AA ' estern Reserve Uxiversitv Ohio University Central University Washington Jefferson University University of Indiana University of Michigan Beloit Collegi-: Bethany Chlijcge Iowa State University Wittenuerg Universi ' ia- Westminster College Iowa ' ESLEYAN Univi-:rsity Denison University University uf ' oostek University of Kansas Colgate College Union College Amherst College Cornell Universitn- Stex ' ens Institute of Technolika ' Boston University Johns Hopkins University University of Caijfornia Saint Lawrence University Maine State College University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University Dartmouth College University of Cincinnati Purdue University TULANE UniXTCRSITY Wesleyan University Case School of Applied Scienci-: A ' ANDILRP.ILT UNIVERSIT • Ohio State 1 ' ni ersit ' University of Texas University of Nebraska Pennsylvania State College Denver University University of Missouri Washington State University University of Washington University of VEST ' irginia BowDoiN College Wabash College Brown College Hamplen Sidney Colle(;e University of ' irginia University of North Carolina Ohio Wesleyan Uis ' ineksity Hanover College Knox College Davidson College Unix ' ersity of Wisconsin DePauw University Northwestern Unhersity Dk KixsoN College Um t:rsity of Minnesota Yalic University Rutgers College Lehigh LTniversity University of Chicago Ken YON College University of Illinois Toronto University Unix ' ersity of Oregon Leland Stanford, Jr., L ' niversity Unin ' ersity of Colorado Iowa State College LTNIVERSITY of OKLAHOMA Colorado School of Mines 34 f tcil- Jik JrratrrniUfB f)t l appa si Wisconsin jlifihi L natter. Estalilished i i uSeAc ot Trapa Toi SiSa r caAots Edward F.i.i.ioTr Enwix i milky (_ii-;K. Li) Randiiij ' ii Ali.ahkn Aktiuk Jorgenson Charles Buell Edwaud l.doKwooD Dr. Cornelius Hari ek Stanlkv Lyle Frank Jacoiss John ' an Si.vke 18£A((bo( iv T } (ryoA; 1 (J 1 1 Chester Dillon Haiku Aiu ii I ' .i.drkdgk Richards Clarence Eucenk Head Stewart Woods Stanley Tacl Frkderhk Kelly Jhhn Stewart Ereini; Finch ' i:i;k 1912 Roi ' .ERT Charles I ' atc ett Reed Lynne Parker William Dnrc.Li.;s Little I ' aci, I ' ike Pi-llen I ' .DWARD ' I ' vI.I:R S ' lTRCEdN iy 3 Francis Charles I ' .oitin Russell Churchill Hanciieti Arthur James Cavaney Wilbur Alhert Hari.in Carl Frederk k Gesell Leonard Charles Mead RalI ' II l. LL WA • ' I ' oDD Ji- ' .RuMi-; Seckli-; Hrkwik John Carl IUrmiiisii-.r Eouis Detrick Albert Hooi ' i;s I ' »I4 Donald Mai.culm Ji;eeris James Mahol.m Keiii.hk Charles Kelly Stewart McCon nell l i rii MiidRi-: .145 iFratrrnitifB Foiiiidcii at Jefferson College. Pciiiisylz iiiia Eoll of Cfjaptrrt Washington and Jei-ff.ksun C(.)llkge Allegheny College BUCKNELL L ' n1 ' EKSITV Gettysburg College Dickinson College Franklin and IMarsilm.l Colle(;e LaFayette College LTniveksity oi- Pennsyl ' ania Swarthmore College Dartmouth College Amherst College Brown College Cornell Uni i-:usity Syracuse University Columbia UNIVERS]T • Colgate Unu ' f.rsity Brooklyn Polytechnic Institltte Johns Hopkins University Uni ' eusity oi- ' irgixl ' ASHINGTON AND LeE UnIVERSFIY UNn•ERSIT ■ OF A ' est ' irginia University of Mississirn N ' anderbilt University Unixersity of Texas Ohio ' ESLEYAN Uxn ersity Wittenberg UNi -EKsr-iY University of (Jnio Case School of Aitlied Science DePauvv Uni -ersity University of Indiana Purdue Universuiy Northwestern Unrersity University of Chicago Unhersity of Illinois University of 3iIichigan University of Wisconsin Beloit College Universit - of Minnesota University of Iowa University of Kansas University of Missouri University of Nebraska University of California Leland Stanford UNU ' ERsriY 346 w JLl.. I ' ■ JFratfrnitira Cljt st Alpha Iota Chaf ' lei: listiiblislicd V,-iV AFlRRAY ChaRLKS BeEBE FrANK GAVI.ORtl HlIll ' .ARI) Charles Imister Smith ad X f oi a ' Tij TTtiXi.1 Frank Favill Bow.man Charles Francis Lame Chandler Burnell Chapman Harry Leonard Moseley George Edward Gernon Dudley Montgomery LuciEN Mason Hanks John Monroe Parkinson Stanley ' Charles Hanks L RSHALL Parkinson Louis Rollin Head James Bowen Ramsey John Harvey Hutchinson Louis Dunning Sumner Paul Sherman W ' arxer RoHERT HOLVERSCIIEHI 11)1 I Henry (Joetseels W ' n.n Wai.tir I ' ' rit Wixholt Gaylord Jones Case Erwin Holverscheh) George Herbert Austin Jenner George Noyes Bright Kenneth Radeord Crumpton 11)12 I0I3 Oscar 1 ' " rederick Loeeei.er Joe David Mercer Emmet James Welch alker L LC0LM Fizer McI ' arland Raymond Dykr McGrath Charles William Brant William Lewis Breckinridge, Jr. John Angus Burrell Neil Wilson Currie Charles Samuel Harper Jerome Rked Head Albion Scotson Weiui 1914 John Troy Hutchinson Edward Knox Johnstone Harvey Lincoln Ott Emerson Bard Priddv Henry Frank Thiermann Frederick Sheldon W ii.sey 340 jfratrrnitirs cijt m Founded at Union College 1841 Koll of Ctaptcro Uniox College Williams Chllege ailddlebury college Weslevax College Hamilton College Uxn ' ERSiTY of jMichigan Amherst College Cornell University University- of AIinnesota University of Wisconsin Rutgers Cdllege Stenens Institute of Technology University of Georgia Lehigh Uni ' ersity Leland Stanford. Jr.. Uni eksitv University of California University of Chicago 350 JFratrrnitire ignta CIji Alplia Lambda Chapter. Established 1SS4 (iO€A of TTixjja rot bihaiJKaXois Gr.oRGi: Harold Dacv ROLLO LUVKRNE LyMAN William Undlrhill Mookk Charlks Sumner Slichtkk (JoeAc o er tij TroAet Charlls Theodore Barntm Edward Phelps Langworthy George Litch Dow Walter Hodge Sheldon Henry Hotchkiss [0RGA • Albert Orville Wright Richard Chester Highes John Guy Winn IMI I Clifford LeRoy McMillen James Logan Abernathy Dana Jerome Hogan 1912 Raymond Young Sanders lORRIS BOCKEE MiTCHELL Otto Carl Roehling Dean Brown Becker Frank Irvine Cash Donald Witter Connor Robert Frederick Duncan Charles Curtis King Richard Xoble Armstrong David Dwight Carpenter Charles Logan Crosby George Briggs Drummond Ferdinand Charles Kieckhefkr Walter Amasa Scoville 1913 1014 Chauncey Jo Medberry, Jr. Robert Raymond Newman Livingston Ross Walter William Springer Parker Merritt Smith George Frederick Koester, Jr. Phillip Horton Newman Percy George Schley Robert Rii)(;eway Stafford Herbert Edwin Wright CoUcye of Law 1911 James Mangan Hogan 1C)I_ ' Eugene Francis Bunker Robert Hamilton Burns Clarence John Cudahy ii)i, ' , . . Donald Saffokd Holmes Charles Lawrence Hill Boynton King Miller IFtatrrnitirB igma € )i Founded at Miami I ' lii-rcrsily Koll of Cfjaptris Miami Umversitv University of oosTiiu ( )lllll W ' lCSLEVAN George ' ashington University Washington and Lee Uni ' ersitv UnIXERSITY of illSSISSIITI Pennsvlvan ia College BUCKNELL Uni KRSITV 1 NDIAX a Un n ' KRSITV Denison Unrersitv DePauw Unixfksitv Dickenson College IJutler College Lafayictte Ci ii-Lege Hanoxkr Collicge Uni -ersitv of X ' irginia XoRTH western UnUERSITV IIoi;art College Univicrsitx ' oi-- California Ohio State Unix ' ersity University of Nebraska I ' liCLoiT College University of Iowa Mass. Institl-ii-: of I ' eciinology Illinois A ' eslevan L ' NIVERSIT ■ OF Wisconsin University oi- Texas L ' m T ' :rsit ' of Kansas Ti LA 1-; Un i -ERSiTX- Al.r.lox CoLLEI F " . Unixtcrsity (JF Lehigh University University of Minnesota Universi ty of Southi-:kn Califorxi; Cornell University Pennsylvania State College Xandkriult UnU ' ERSITX ' Leland Stanford. Jr.. University Colorado College Unrersity of Montana L ' niversit ' i- of Utah University of North Dakota Case School of ArpLiED Science University of Pittsi ' .l ' rg Purdue University Wabash College Central UNniiRsr rv of Kentucky l ' ni ' ersity of cincinnati Dartmoi-th Collicgk Unrersity of Michigan University of Illinois University of Kentucky XX ' est X ' irginia L ' xi i;rsit ' UNn ' ERSITY OF CoLUMI ' .IA University of Missouri Chicago Unix ' ersity University of M. ine XX ' ashington Unixersitx ' University oi ' . siiin(;ton Uni ' i:rsitv of Pennsxlwwi a SxRAt USI-: UNUKRsn Y Arkansas . 54 o,r rv Allium j7iO ' Si i;i - fratrrnitifB Bclta psilou U ' iscDiisin Clial lcr. Established iSSj t)h€X(f)Oi. irapa roi diOatTKaAoi? Charles Elmkk Allex ■lLLARD GrOSVENOR BlEYER Harold Cornelius Bradley WiLLL M Cairns Wayland Johnson Chase George Converse Fiske Edward Hall Gardner Edward Kremers Henry Prinn Broughton Edward Bulwer Cochems Joseph Edward Dayies Frank Irwin Drake Eugene Albert Fuller Thomas Rudolph Hefty Ralph Wilmarth Jackman Lawrence Maksden Price William Hyde Price Frank Otis Reed Paul Samuel Reinsch James Glassbrenner Sanders George Clark Sellery ' Walter McMynn Smith Bentamin Warner Snow dStAc ot ei ' -; — 0 .£t Edgar James McEachron Henry Austin Miner Rubin Julius Xeckerman Charles Oswald O ' Xeill Arlie William Schorger Henry Earl Surface Edmund Ray Stevens William George Walker Frederick William Braasch William Karl Braasch Harlow Blair Brown Walter Theodore Brunow George Moffit Chritzman CoMiLLO Adams Clark Cyril Leon Clark Roland Frederick Coerper Louis Arthur Coorsen Harris Lorenz Corey Harold Wallace Detienne William Chapman Elmore Arthur Charles Fromm NFanfred Stephen Gross Kenneth Ross Hare Francis Dennis Hayes Mf.rril Joseph Hoeffel Thomas Ralph Hutson Benjamin Jelinek Walter Conrad Ketter Rufus Henry Kellogg John Andrew McEachron Ferdinand Meinicke. Jr. Sidney John Moore Charles James Moritz William Alfred Penn Roy Chester Phipps Howard Frederick Ohm George Christian Louis RANNKNnER i Otto L rtin Reiss Henry Charles Schranck Walter John Schranck Albert Robert Tormey Harry Hill " an " leck RoLLiN Aldrich Warner Carl Frederick Gustav Wernicke Raymond Baird White o57 j ratrrnitifB ®rlta Hpstlon Finiiidcd at ll ' illiaiiis College llxoll of Cftaptrrs ii.LiA.Ms CciLLKGE Hakxarh L " xi ' i:kSITV UniliN C()L1.I " .GI£ UNni ' .KSn-,- nl- WlSCHNSlN Hamilt(jn CdLLEGK Lafa i-:tte L ' xi i;ksitv AiiHiiKST College Colujiiua UNIVEEsn ' ■ AuELUERT College Lehigh University CoLDV UNi i-:Rsrrv Tufts College Roches-jer L ' xi icRsnv DePauw University A IDDLEla■R C illege ■ University of Penns l ania l!ii VD(.iix CoLLicr.ic University of AIixxEsoTA Rutgers Collkgi-; Mass. Ixstiti te of Tixiixologv Brown Uxi i;rsiia SwAkiiiMoRE UxnEusnA CoLGATi-: UNi i:ksrrY Leland Stanford, Jr.. L ' ni ersitv Uxn ' ERSiTv OF Cn Y of Xew York University of Nebraska Cornell Unuersitv McGill Universitv AIariictta UxR ' EksiTY Unrf.rsity of Toronto Syracuse University University of- Chicago University of Mu iitg.an Ohio State Uxi i:RsrrY Northwestern University University (jf Illinols AIl. Mi UxnERSITY 3S8 j ratrrnitirs Bclta Km Bclta Beta Gainina Chalkier. Established A ' .SVS ' adeX boi. irapa roi ' i bibaiTKuXot AIathew Stintson Dudgkon John Lewis Kind Captain Ralph McCoy Harvey Clark Joseph Reese Edwards Charles Gilbert Rilky George Corey Rilei ' Alfred Thomas Rogers iibeX pni er tij TroAet ' |CT0R Ro(;ers Edward Henry Smith Sanford Plttman Starks XissEN Peter Stenjem Samuel Thomas Walker Paul Blackburn Irving Henry Brow n Ralph Blackburn Frank Abner Hecht, Jr. 1911 Herbert Walter Eidmann Kenneth Loveland Smith William Starr 1912 Raymond Lawrence Baldwin Herbert William Becker Douglas Calvert Corner RoscoE Stewart Brown Walter James Carr 1913 1914 Donald Harrison Barnett Riley William Kirk Sullivan John Pugh Davies Charles Christopiur Rkes William I ' )AKStow Strong Clifford Martin Knc;lish Edward Ali!i:ut Wkschi.er Cnllcijc of Laie 191 3 oRMAN Allan English 361 JFratrrnitira Bclta Cau Bclta Founded at Bclliaiiy CoUcijc 1859 l oll Of Ctiiptfrc W ' asiiinciiix and Jefim:rs(ix Cijlli-:c.i ' . Ohki L ' xnERsiTv Alli:( ; 1 1 i-:n v Cui,li:ge Ohiu Weslevan Unricusitv Hills dale College JXDL NA UniXERSITV Universitv of ] Iichi{;an DePauw University UxuERsiTY t)E Illinois Wabash College Stevens Institute of TiaiixoLoGv Lehigh Uxhersitv University of Indianafolis Albion College Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Iowa Kenvon College Columbia Unixi.rsity E-M(Hn ' CoLLiaiK Adelkert Colli-:ge University of the South University of Minnesota University of Colorado University of Mississiimm ' anderi ' .ii,t L ' x ixersit " Unix ' ersit ' i ' of Wisconsin Ti ' FTS College AIass. Ixstitcti: of Techxologv Tula XI-: Uxiversity CoRNi:ij, University NoiM iiw ESTERN UxnERsn v Lelaxd Staxfoki), Jr., Uni i:rsity University of Nehraska Ohio State Uni -ersity BRt) Vi UXI -ERSITV Washington and Lee LTniversity University of Pennsylvania University of California L ' xuersitv of Chicago Armour Institute of Ti-;chnology Dartmouth College West A ' irginia Uni -ersitv ' eslevan University George ' ASHINGTON University Baker LTniversity University of Texas University of AIissouki Lafamitte Colli:ge Purdue Universit ' Uxn ' ERSITY OF ' aS!IIXGTo Uxn ' ERsiTY OF Faixe Uxi ' i:rsity of Cixcixnati 362 JFratrrnitira P;i ( amma Bclta Mu Clial tcr. F-stciblislicd A ' y-j u-6eX(poi Trufjt 6(b(uTKa ot Axel Edward Berggrex Fred Duane Crashaw James Lee Cattell John Sherman Custer Lewis Cecil Grav Edwin ' Chapin Holdex ' illtam Spai ' lding Kixne Otto Lewis Kowalke Earl Bertran Xorris Benjamin ; IcKee Rastall Edward Alsworth Ross Carl Clap? Thomas Alexakder Xewton W ' ixchell William Kelley Wright ad€X(f ol ei ' Trj TroXet Wayne Doty Bird William Joseph Bollexbeck Edwin Gordon Fox Erbie Lee Harrison Robert Applecale Howell AuGi ' ST Herman Leschke Charles William Nissler Thaxter Cruzier Thayer 191 I Roger Plttnam Batchelor Arthur Brittaix D oe Walther Albert Bcchen Harmon Lewis Floyd George Fixdall igi2 George Davis Bailey H akky Rubeut I-uerster OscAK Pail Headland William Isaac Beeson Charles Harlon Bradley Laban Jenkixs Brady Charles Carroll Chambers Stanley Roy Easthope Asa Biehl Groves JoHx Hope Alexaxder AL LcoLM Carter Bruce Walter Stephen Coleman Alexander Edwards Douglas, Jr. Phillip Barlow Ferry SniRiii-RXE Bryaxt Hexxixc IQI.l 1914 John Sepson Garland James Harold Haxchette John Emil Hansen Nathan Ritchey Johnson John King Lester John Charles Pritzlaff George Hexry Kieckhefer Myron Arthur King Gilbert Lawrence Laxdsberg Ralph Di ' Vall Morse William Wright Tawse John Lowell W ' allis CoUeyc of Law 1913 Charles Hi.ai.i- Powell 365 JFratrrnitira Iji (Samma BrUa FmniJcd at irasltiiif ti ' ii aiiJ Jcffcrsnii College Uoll of Cf)aptrr0 Washington and Jeffersun Culle(;e L ' Ni i:Rsirv hf AIaine Mass. Institute of Tf.chnologv ' ( kct:s ri:R P( )lvti:(, ii x u; 1 nstituii-; I ' .RiiWN L ' ni ersitv Dartmouth College Amherst College ' rRixrr - College . LI-. CxUEKSIT ' i ' CoLUMIUA L ' XIVICRSITV New York Uni ' 1-;rsitv Colgate Universmv CoKXI-lLL UxiXERSn V UxioN College Illinols W ' eslevan UNUERsn ' UNivERsurv OF Pexxs lvanl T.ai-avi:tte Collegi-: LlCHIGH UNl ■ERSn ' Johns Hopkins Cxui-.rsitv lU ' CKNELL Uxi ERSIT - ( ■I ;•rT ■sl■.URG Coi.LiaiE l■:Nxs ■I. AxiA State College L ' niversitv if irgixia W ' ashixgton and Lee CxI •ERs r ■ I H n MdXD CoLLlCGI-: Allegheny Colli-:ge WoosTER Uni t-:rsitv University of Kansas CoLdRADi) CiiL Auelhert College Denison College Wittenberg College Ohio State Unuersitv Ohio W ' eslevan College Indiana University DePauw UNi ERsrrY Hano er College W ' ahash Colleiu-: PURDI ' E UnU ' ERSITV Unix ' ersity of Tennessee BiiTHEL College Unhersity (jf Ai.ai:anl University of Texas Syracl ' SE University Knox College University of Illinois Unr ersity of Mighig.an University of Wisrcixsix University of Mixxi ' .sota University of Chkai;o ' illiam Jewell Colli-:ge UNi ' i;Rsn • ■ of Missoi ' ri Uni -ersit ' of Nehraska Universii " of California UxnERSITV OI " W " ash I XG ' IIIN Leland Staxfoku, Jr., L ' xi i:rsity Iowa State Unu ' ersfia Li; ' .i-: 366 JFtatrrnitira Cljcta Brlta CIji Sigma Dcutcron Charge. Established iSt)-, Stephen Iolxton Babcock Dana Clark Bailey (ISeAc oi tr Ty TroAet Henry Eugene Beverage Thomas Joseph Farley John Crocker Fisher, Jr. ' ALTER Scott Goll Christl n Roman Kayser Harry Emil Kessenich John Frank Kessenich, Jr. Harrison George Roey ' uToR George Swenson aSe cj)o ' i £1 ' rfi (Ty oXji Graduate Francis Henry Bird IQIi Perry Osgood AIcKinney Clement Astor Rossbach . rthur John- W ' ilmanns James Reeva Adams Nevius Van Dyke Ballance 1912 191. Stuart Oakes Blythe Lew Wallace Springer Roswell Knight Boutwell Maurice Doane McKinney Roman Adolph Brodesser Rich. rd Clarence Xevin Donald Lahan Jones . rcher Evans Payne SiGVALP AsnjORN Stavrum i ' )i4 Joseph .Addison Crowell, Jk. Harold W ard Pfiffner Earl Munro Jeffrey Chester Davis Rudolf College of Laic 1912 William Frawley Hanxan 1013 Lynn Grove Fuller Harry Carputhers Xoonan . 69 JFratrrnitifB Cfjrta Brlta CIji Fouiuii ' d ill L ' liion College 1S4S Eoll of Cljaptcro Cornell Uninersitv University of Michigan University of CALn-oKNL William and AIary College Brown University MgGill University BowDoiN College Leland Stanford, Jr.. Unuersity Mass. Institute of Te(_iinology }[ak -ard University WiLLiA.Ms College Tufts College University of Illinois Boston University Amherst College University of A ' irginia Lehigh University Hor.. RT College Dartmouth Collei ' .e College of the City of New York Columhia University UnIN ' ERSITY of ' ISl " ()NSIN University of Minne.sota Lafayette College Rochester LIniversity George Washington L ' niversity Hamilton College . 70 JFratcrnitifB st pstlon Rho Chapter. Established jSg i ade cf)Oi —apa to ' S bibaaKtiXoi Burr Joxes William Stanley Marshall Julius Emil Olson Edward Thomas Owen Max Mason George Krogh Anderson Chauncey Ethridge Blake Charles Ruggles Boardman John Henry Bowman Oscar Dalzelle Brandenberg Frederick Sarles Brandenberg Henry Casson, Jr. Herbert Edgar Chynoweth William Ward Davidson Bertrand Herrick Doyon Richard Hexkv Edwards Carl Albert Johnson Maurice Ingult Johnson HoBART Stanley Johnson Charles Adeleert Lyman John Smith Main ' roman Mason W iLLiAM Bacon Roys Eugene Hiram Sanborn John Miller Winterbotham Graduate Francis Ward Paine Robert Pinkerton Heald Chapin Roberts Eik; Walter Ellsworth Blair Robert Paige Boardman Robert Lixde Bowex Phillips Chynoweth Lawrence Al ' bach Larson- Charles Stanley Allyn Frank Gordon Babcock William Kountz Fitch Robert Davis Hughes Charles Conover Lyford Dou Paul Linde Bowen John Clement Evans Howard Leslie Heald 191 1 Harvey Haseltine Scholfeld Herman Helm Veerhusen R Carpenter Wilson 191 2 Dexter Rouxdy L pel Jones Spencer Pullen Robert Baker Richards Edward Xelson Whitney Elmer Frederick Weieolt 1913 Jules Merrill Parmentier Richard L N ' sox Skinner. Jk. Benjamin DeMilt Stone Perry Shu.mvvay Wagner Frederick Seacord Wilcox .as Merrill Parmentier 1914 DiNCAN Meredith Hunter Harold Vitalus Joannes . liiert Rideout Pierce College of I.aif 1913 Jules Merrill Parmentier .V3 JTratrrniticB si ®psilou founded al L ' nioii College B-oll of Cf)aptcr0 UXIOX C(1LL1£GE Nicw Y(.)RK Uni ' i-:rsitv Vali-: Uxi ' i:rsitv Ukuwn Unuersitv Amherst College Dartmouth College CoLUMiuA University BowDoiN College Hamilton Colle ;e eslevan College University of Rochester Kexvon College University of Michigan Syracuse University CiiRNELL University Trinity College LiuiiGH Universits ' Universuiy of Pennsyl anla University of Minnesota University of ' isconsin University of Chicago Uni -ers]tv of Califdrnia Unh ' ersitv of Illinois ,j I 374 j ratrrnitirB ■ II Jc B appa igma Bcia Epsilon Chalkier. Established iSqS u8eAc )0i 77apa roi StSacrKuAois Scott Holland Goodnight Rohf.rt McArdle Keown William Hexry Lighty Arthur Herbf.rt Miller William Alexakder Robinson u8eA ot ei- Tij TToAct DeWitte Dudgeon Baskerville James Russell Hobbins Harry James McKenna Robert Alexander Fucik Frank Palmer Woy Gradiuitcs Daniel Parker Pace George Edson Philip Smith Edward James Woodhouse igii Lloyd Gomer Bonesteel James Philip Dean Victor Sofus Falk Karl Mowry Mann Harrie Albert Baker Verne Clinton Bonesteel AiiRAiN Sew all Ailes Charles Cheslev Ailes Arthur Andrus Baker George Charles Fucik Jose Francisco Leguia IQI2 ' 913 1914 Chester Ferdinand Rohn Alfred Charles Schmidt Charles Morrison Scudder Albert Ray White Edwin Wolsey Grimmer Harry Claude Lynch George Wales Martindalk L RSHALL Robert Scott Carl Rudolph Lovejoy Lawrence Kellogg Iarsh I ' ranki.yn Albert Rohn College of Laiv igii AiAiN Benjamin Peterson igij MvKoN Turner Hathaway 1I hshaw 377 f ratrrnitifB Founded at the University of I ' irgiuia 1867 L oll of Cf)aptcr5 L ' i ' i KKsn V OF Maine BowDoiN College New Hampshire College Dartmouth College University of A ' ermont Massachusetts State College Harvard University Brown University Cornell University New York University Syracuse University Swartit more College Pennsylx ' ania State College University of Pennsylvania Blk-knf.ll Unixersity Lehigh University Dickinson College University of Maryland ' ashinc,ton University University of ' irginia Randoli ' ii -Macon College ' asiiin(;ton and Lee Uni ' i:rsitv William and Mary College Hampden-Sidnev College Richmond College Davidson College Trinity College Unu ' ERSity of North Carolina North Carolina A. and AL College Mercer University Georgia School of Technology University of Georgia University of Alabama Alap.ama Polytechnic Institute Cumberland University Vanderbilt University L ' Niversity of Tennessee Southwest. Presp.yterian University ' ASHnURN C Universiiy of the South Ohio State University Case School of Applied Science Washington and Jefferson College University of Kentucky l niversity of michigan purdl-i ' : l niversity Waiiash College L ' ni t-;rsity of Indiana University of Illinois Lake Forrest University University of Chicago University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota University of Iowa Unu ' ersity of Nebraska William Jewell College University of Missouri Washington University MissoL ' Ri School of Mines Baker University University of Arkansas Uni -ersity of Oklahoma MiLLSAPS College Louisiana State University Tulane University sout h w ester n u n i versit v L " ni i-;rsity of Texas L ' m I ivsri ' - OF Denxer Colorado Collicge Colorado School of Mines Lfland Stanford, Jr., Unhersity University of California Uni ' KRSity of Washin(;t()N L ' mvicrsity of Oregon rxi i:RsiTX ' OF Idaho Iowa State College Washington State College OLLEGE 378 JFratrrniticB )i l appa igma Alplm Thcta Chafti r. Established lOOi Orson Clark Gillett Louis Earlhardt Reher, Sr. John Ewan Davis Mack James Webster Watson aheXcjyoi a ' rjj 7r( y ei Edwards James Fisher Frank Arthur Newton d8eA 0( iv rfj itj oXJ) IQII Charles Frederick Burton, Jr. Clarence Ferdinand Grunekt Charles DeWitt Conkev, Jr. William CANTER ,UR • Howk 1912 Edward Ellsworth Johnson Thomas Henrv Morgan Louis Earlhardt Reiser, Jr. Walter Henrv SchroI ' -dku 1913 Paul Vere Frary Ralph Perry Hammond Mark Hadley Hoskins Leon Charles Piper Hugh Jackson Reber Charles Robert Roter Raymond VILLIAM Sciioen Jesse Edward Theobald Arthur Wood Hallam George Gaylord Macnish 1014 Fred Geele ' AUGHN L TToo Henry Griggs Weston 381 JFratrrnitiro I- ' oiiiuicii at the University of Peiinsyli ' diiia 1S50 Eoll of Cftaptrrs L ' Ni ERsrr - OF Pennsvl axia W ' asiiixckjx and Ji:ffi:ks()N CdLLiici-: DicKixsiiN College Franklin and Marshall Chllicci-: UNnEKSnV (IF lRGINLA CoLUMiHA L ' ni i-:rsitv TULANE UNi ' KRsrrv Universit ' i ' of Illinois Randoli ' H-Macon College Northwestern L niversitv Richmond Collei.e Pennsylvania State College Washington and Lee University University of est A ' irginlv University oi- Maine Armour Institute of Technology University of Maryland University of Wisconsin anderiiilt university University of Alai:ama Universiiy of California Mass. Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of TECH •oLoG ■ Purdue University LTniversity of Michigan UNIVERSI■l■ ■ OF Chicago 382 tgma jBlu Gamma Lambda Chattier. EstablisJied igo2 uocAc ot 77apa row oioaiTKuXot William Otis Hotchkiss Francis Crak; Krauskopf Warren JunsoN Mead Rav Sprague Owen Arr.rsTi-s James Rogers, Jr. Faraday Henry Bernhard Fred Labrum Joseph Carter Stark ALTER Henry Timm Chal ' NCey Rex W ' elton d8eA o( er tij (T oA ' IQIT Charles William Dawson Robert Dickinson Green William Joseph Quigley Robert Loris Schl ' etter Leslie Longley Welter 1912 Vaughn Robert Bacon Glen Elmore Miller Harold Henry Barker Harry Eugene Bundy Leonard Chapin Childs Erwin Miles Eraser Vincent William Koch 1913 John Eraser, Jr. Jltdson Earl Fuller J. mes Gordon Nve John Ensign Sheridan Daniel Devendorph Shuster Rudolph Uhen Arnold Spencer Wahi, Rk H ARii W ' kp.ster W ' ahl 1014 Kendall Benjamin Bracig Morgan Edward Cartier Willis George Down Harry Griffith Ralph Mklvix Hoyt Colleye of .((iC igij 385 Henry C. rl Priester George Russel Stuhler Dan Brown Weller Mii.es Spencer Wooster Hennett Phelps Stiles JfratrrniticB tgrna J u Foiiiulcd at I ' irgiiiia Military Institute iS6g Eoll of Cfjaptfrs Syracuse University Leland Stanford, Jr., Unix ' ersity Washingtun and Lee University Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Texas L(.).M i ' .ard University 1 " miir - College UNi ERsnv iJF Illinois Rose Polvtkciinic Institute Missouri State School of Mines University of West " irginl Missouri Siate University University of California Northwestern University W ' lLLiAiM Jewell College Uni i:rsity of Chu ago DePauw University TuLANE University Purdue Uni ' ersitv Mercer University University of Indiana UNI ' ERSIT ■ OF Alabama X ' anderbilt University C)iiio State Uni ' ersity State Schhol (if Kentucky Univeksit - of Minnesota AlbKiN CnLLEGE North Gi ' Iorgia Agricultural Colli Case School of Applied Science Western Reserve Uninersit - Pennsylvania State College Stevens Institute of Technology Colorado State School of Mines Unix ' ersity of North Carolina University of Oregon Iowa State College Bethany College University of Arkansas University of Pennsylvania North Carolina A. M. College Georgia Sc ikiol of Technology University of WASiiiNcrroN State University of Ihwa University of AIiciiigan ' ashington University University of Montana Cornell Unu ' ersity Lafayette College Mt. Union College Lehigh University University ' oi ' ' ermont University of Georgia LJniversity of Colorado University of ' irgixl Louisiana Static L ' nix Eksri v Kansas Statt: Unufrsitv Howard College University of ' isconsin •;ge Dartmouth Collicge colum i ' .ia l ' xixicrsitn Oklahoma Cni icksitv Virginia Militarx- Institute .386 r.itrrnitire aiplja Bclta )i JFiscoiisin Chaftci. Established igo3 RicHAKD l " iii:(iD(iRi£ Ely Fricderick Willi a.m R(ie John Charles Freeman William Amasa Scott Otis Amsdkx ( " iAge ( )li er Patterson Watts Stanley Mayo Boyd Harry Neil Knovvlton Irving ■AN ' LrET Grannis Charles Stuart Sheldon a8eA oi £1 ' t7j t oX[i 191 1 Douglas Francis McKey Jdhn I.athrop Slade 1012 RoHEKT Earl Coleman Leo Nash Hazen Stewart Dean Arthur Edward Pu kard Louis DiA itte Jones Rop.ert Dix Tristam Lewis Kemper Wilson 1913 RoiiERT Leslie Alton Lewis Gould Castle Homer Allen Da is Marshall Woods George Norman Doi-glas Bassett Russell Hand Cakpextek Harold Farxix Danis 1914 Carleton Dexter Sperry Howard Maxley Watts George r RixT()N Welser, Jr. Allan Charles Werner Ai.i.icx Johnson OusoN Rood McClar Ll.o II NoYES OSP.OKNIC RoMERT Christian W ami. 389 J ratrrnitire Founded al Hamilton Collci e Eoll Df Cfjaptrrs HAMiLTt)N College Ci)Li ' -Mi;iA College Br(iv n L ' niveksity Yale L ' niversitv Amherst Ci lli:ge Adeliu-:rt College BowDttiN College Dartmouth College Uni ' ERSitv of Micti!(;ax University of Rociii-:sti:r Williams Co llege College City of New N ' okk Wesleyan University Ken YON College Union Colli ge Cornell L ' ninersitn ' Trinity Coixege loiiNS HoRKiNS Uni i:rsity University of Minnesota University of Toronto UNi i:Rsrn of Ciiuago McGiLL University Universit ' of ' isconsix University of Californlx 300 JfratfrniticB igma a lplja Cpstlou U ' iscnnsin Alpha Chapter. Esfablishcd Kjn, dbeA( )Ot TTUfjii- Tois OibaaKaXoi Ralph Therman Craigo Edwin George Hastings RoLLiN Henry Denniston William Frederick Giese LiNNEAUS VaYLA.ND DoWLlNG ddeA oJ er rv TroXet William Bravant Bennett William Lloyd Davis Theodore Clarence Farness Edward Michael McMahon Arne Christopher Lerum Fred William McKenzie Albert Birch Kendall Foote Dickenson Francis Bartholomew McMahon Wayne Edgar Deming Harry- Lewis Hollmeyer Chester William Horner Armistead Fitzgerald Carper Lewis Kelsey Maires Frank James McHugh Walter Sargant Bemis Clifford Stanley Hackett Reginald X ' ichols Hamilton Sumner Henry Phelps (x8eA oi iv rfj (T oXfi IQII IQI. 1913 I9I4 William Edward Weiidk, Jr. Hubert Draper White Frederick Charles Worthington Harold Frederick Phelps Frederick Beby ' Sheriff Robert Marsh Watkins Elmer Oistad Victor Michell Peltier Col ' rtland Delane Vaughn Joseph Richmond Johnson Rollin Farquahar Waldo David W ' ii.sox Wear? Ottmar John Falge Harold Mouke W ' vatt Collci c (if Law 1012 [hi.ii Wii i ' )i.i Thomas Matihiw Kearney, Jr. I M f MiGCilNS f ratcrnitira igma aiplja Cpsilon lumiidcd at the I ' liircvsify of .-llahniiia Eoll of C|)aptrr3 University of jMaixe Boston University Mass. Institute of Teciin(il(;(;n Harvard University Worcester Polytechnic Institi-te Cornell University CoLUMiiiA University Saint Stevens College Allegheny College Dickinson College Pennsylvania State C(.)llege Bucknell University Pennsylvania University Gettysburg College George Washington University University of ' irginia ' ashington and Lee University Davidson College WoFFORD College University of Georgia Mercer University Emory College Georgia School of Technology Southern University- U ' IV :RSIT ■ of Alabama Alabama INilvtechnic Institute University of Michigan Aliiion College Mount Union College Ohio Wesi.eyan University University of Cincinnati Ohio State University Syracuse University Soi-thwestern Baptist University Case School of Afplied Science Franklin College Purdue Unr-ersity Northwestern University University ' of Illinois University of Chicago University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin University of Missouri Washington University University of Nehraska University of Iowa University of Arkansas Iowa State College University of Colorado Denver Uni ' ersity Colorado School of [Mines University of California Universit ' of " ashingtox Louisiana State Unhersity Tulane University University of [Mississippi Unix ' ersity of Texas Central University Bethel College Kentucky State Colli;ge Southvves ' n Presbyterian Unix ' ersity Cumberland University Vanderbilt University University of Tennessee L ' niversity of the South University of Indiana University of Kansas Dartmouth College Leland Stanford, Jr.. University Union University 304 SS5 Ei.t. ' srrr-yM ' itt JFratrrniticB Bclta appa Cpsilou Rho Delta Chaftcr. Established i )o6 Bennett Mills Allen Eugene Allen Gilmore Ross Baker Moses Stephen Slaughter Walter ' heeler Cook Louis Hungereord ' ()od d5eA o( er T-if TToAei RoiJERT ClAII ' .ORNE FREDERICK HiRAM KiNG Charles Josiah Galpin John Michael Linden Joel Alva Harlev Frank Wynne K)II Harold Augustus Arpin Lawrence Farrington Gillett Harold Nowell Crawford Willlxxi Raymond Holmes Erwin Joseph Dohmen Foye Peabodv Hutchinson William (Iilciirist Pearsall Charles Edwin Bennett Francisco ] L rcos Cardenas George Allen Bush Oren Lyman Dwiciit Arthur Nicholas KriiNi:x John William Boyi.si ' on. Jr. Ralph Michael Gatelv Karl Gluck Warren Lamson Lop,di-;li. 191 10 1 3 I.)14 Henry Doerr. Jr. Jay Henley Willi. ms Walter .Alexander Sheriffs John Wigren. Jr. Frank LL() ■D-WRu;n r. Jr. Clarence Weise Strauiuil Preston Thompson ' . xci-: L RK Oakley W . i it; loiix Kenneth Wkight 397 jTratrrnitira Brita Bwappa Cpsilon Founded at ) ' alc Viiii ' crsily Eoll of Cf)iiptrr3 ' ali: Uxi i:RsnA ' University of Riiciii:si i:r J ' lOW ' uiiiN CiiLLi ' :i;i ' : Rutgers College C(ii.i;v U. ' i ' ERsiTv DePauw University Amherst College ' eslev. x L ' ■I ■EKsn ■ " anderi ' .ilt LTnixersit ' i ' • Rensselaer Polyteghmc Institute UxixERSiTY OF Alabama Adeliiert Chllege I ' lkiiuN University Cornell Unu ' ersitv UM ERs r • oe Alississirri Unr ' ersity of Chicago Uni i;rmtv (IK XdKTii ( ' arcilina Syraguse University L ' m ' i:rsit ' uf ikginl CiiLUMiiiA UNi T:RsnA ' .Miami Uni -ersitv University of Calii-ornia Kenyon College Trinity Collegi-: Daktmih-i ' h CdLi.EGE LiNi ' ersity of Iinnesota Ci-:ntral CiiLLi:! ' .!-: OF Ki-:. TUGK - Mass. Institute hf Tpk hmilog.y MiDDLi:i ' .UKV Ciillege Tulane Universe! ' L ' NivERsri ' v OF Michigan L ' ni i:ksit ' of TdRoNiii w illiams clillicge university of penns l an i a Lai-ayetti-: Ciilli-;gi-: McGill University Hamiltux Collicge Leland Stanford, Jr.. UNi i:Rsrr - CnLGAIh: UnUERSITY UNIVERSITY OF IlLINiiis Collegi-: oe thi-: Cfia ' di- ew ' (irk University of Wisconsin 398 I jfratrrnitirs •iHPiik.- iii| Scacia Ernest Bean Frank Hadley Charles Roy Higson WiNFiELD Hubbard Lamcdtli Chapter. Estabtislicd igo6 aSeAc o!, irapa to;s " otooaKuAots Chari.es Kenneth Leith John Xavier Neumann ' icTOR Lenher Ray Sprague Owen John Givan Da is Mack Eber Carl Perrow William Snow Miller Frank Ernest Williams Halsten Joseph Thorkelson John Beat Frank Albert Crocker Edward James Fisher Donald David Grindell Otto Carter Berry Otto Ingeman Bergh aSeX j OL ei ' tv ttoAci Samuel Reuben Hatch William Otis Hotchkiss Harvey Howitt Henry James Hunt John Edward Treleven a8e (i)ol li ' ry tr oA?; (irailiialcs Rodney Otis Lamphere Emil Leo Leasman Henry Albert Loftsgordon Albert Michelson Ci. ANTON Paine Shangle )i Warren ii.mam Clark John Rudolph Iakisch Robert Littlefield Hatch Otto Louis Winter Harold Guernsey Frost Lynn Elmer Knoor Stephen Bergh l- ' nANK Jenks igi2 Shirley Alton McDougal l AY Elmer M( Gowan IQ13 Lisle Victor Longbotham George Grove Pomeroy 1914 Howard Rowson Fuller College of Lazv 1912 George Enfield Frazkr 1913 Lisle Victor Longbotham College of Medicine Thomas Shepard Englar 401 Casper Irving Nelson Herbert Lewis Wooi.hiskr Reid Fred Murray LeRoy McPherson- JfratrmiiifB acacia Founded at tlic Uiii; vsily of Micliigan 1904 Koll Of Cf)aptcrg University ov AIichigan Leland Stanford University UxiN ' ERSiTv OF Kansas University of Xkhraska UNIVERs r ■ of California Ohio State Unixersfia ' Harvard UNIVEKsn• ■ University of Jllinois Universfiy of Pennsvl ' ania University of Minnesota Unrfrsity of Wisconsin UXIX ' FRSFIX ' OF MiSSOl ' Rl Cornell Univfrsitx ' PrRui ' F UxnicRsirv UnIVERSFIX ' of t ' lIRAC.O Yali£ Unufrsii ' v CoLUMiuA University Iowa State College Universfi x- of Iowa Penns L ANiA State College UNi ' ERSFr - oi- Oregon University oi " Washington xortu western university University of Colorado 402 IFratrrnitirs aipjja Can ©mrga ll ' iscoiisin Cainina Tan Cluipfer. Estohlislu ' d IQOJ (ISeAi oi TTafM Toi ; SiSauKctAots Clarence Edward Cousins Thomas Herbert Dickinson Joseph Sprai.ce Evans Joseph Stanislaus Gallaxd Vivian Allen Charles Henmon John Marshall Hill Casimir Douglas Zdanowicz Arthur Gordon Laird Howard Lee iMcBain Walter Joseph AIeek William David Pence AL zvcK Porcher Ravenel Joseph Hexrv ' osskuehler tt8eA oi ei ' 71] TToAei John Franklin Baker Guy Carlton Conrey James Boyd Croich Otto Franc Bradley Oliver Perry L rtin Goss Edwin Frederick Gruhl Samuel Albert Rrell Graduate Walter Biersach Schulte igii John Paul Weaver LuciAN Alexander ' ood 1912 Elmer Ruval Blick George Frederick Christians Henry Patrick Edwards Donald Groves Magill Walter Henry Grell Alfred Charles Shape Eleert Crandall Stfatens Arthur Bowex Putnam Wood Fred Russell Zimmerman T913 Damon Aloxzo Brown YlRGIL LOWRIE BlAXDING Claude Just Dyer Kenneth William Erickson Carl Mitchell Freund Charles Sherwood Gilbert Alvin Herman Kessler Alvin Carl Ries Charles Paul Stivers, Jr. Henry Hexry Weber Chester Caesar ' ells Walter Julius Berger James Lee Blanding Stephen Chase, 4TH 1914 Edwakd I- " vans PlEL Kay Jeffrey Hart Arthur Carl Kootz Jesse Gkaxt Littlefield 405 Jpratrrnitica aiplja Cau ©mega ffluiuicd al fhc Viruinia Milkary Institule 186=, Koll of Cfjiiptrref AlAUAMA PdLVTECHNIC INSTITUTE Southern University University of Alahama University df Florida University of Geok( ,ia Emory College Mercer University Georgia School of Technology tulane uni ■ersit • UNIVEKSIT ' OF Texas University of Illinois Uni ' ersity of Chicago RcisE Polytechnic Institute PURDI ' E UnUERSITY Adrian College Hillsdale College Uni ' i:ksitn- of AIiciiigan Alhion Collicge University of Wisconsin Univi-:rsitv of California UNIVERSIT • of Colorado Simpson College Iowa State College Uxn ' ERSiTV OF Kansas University of Minnesota Uninersitv of Missouri University of Net.raska University m " ' asiiingt( n Uni ' ersit - (IF AIaine CoLl ' .Y CoLLlCGE University of Mass. Institltte of Technhlogy Tufts College Worcester Polytechnic Institute ISrown University University of ' ermont Columbia University St. Lawrence UNIVERS|• ■ Cornell University Muhlenberg College Washington and Jefferson College Lehigh University Pennsylvania College Uni ' krsity of Pennsylvania University of North Carolina Trinity College College of Charleston Washington and Lee LTniversity L ' NIVERSIT ' OF ATrginia Mount Union College Witteni;urg College Ohio Weslevan L ' nivf:rsitv (i((S ' ri:R University Ohio State University ' estern Reser -e University State LTniversity of Kentucky Southwest. Presbyterian University ' anderbilt university l ' nion ltniversity LTniversity of the South L ' Ni -ERsiTY OF Tennessee Oregon 406 IFratEtntticB tgma Iji .-ll ' ha of ]Visconsin Chapter. Established igoS William Iokris aSeA( )oi er -y axoXfj David Mack Warren Randolph Spelman Sizer Andrew Nelson Portman Edwin Charles Austin Kenneth Stuart Templeton Donald Strong Perrv George Wheeler Hinman. Jr. Harold Gilp.ert Andersen Robert Gavlord Lester RoiJiN Emmerich Hoffman Kenneth Foss Layman AL urice Hiram I5ENT Harry Rice Kim hark 409 JTratrrnitirs ignta Founded at Union i oUcgc lti27 Koll of Cl)aptcr0 Union College Hamilton College ' ILLIAMs College HoiiART College University of A ' ermont University of Michigan Lehigh Unh-ersity Cornell University- University OF V ' ISCONSIN 410 ■jT — r, ! ELUnTT.IlEBTH PHIIJ1 Jpratrrnitire aiplja igma Kapt a Chapter. Established 190 JiiiiN Rop.ERT New iax John Henkv Roemer ttOcA ot er Tij (t oXj 191 1 Carl William Esau George Walter Esau Kenneth Richard Burke Glenn Ried Foster Ali ' .ert George Fuchs Harry Dean Brainard Heri ' .ert Theodore Burrow Arthur William Consoer Royal Edmond Echlin 1912 1913 Calvin Floid Schwenker ' ALTER Evan Wied Clarence Francis MuKi ' in Zeno Milton Speer Li-;:-; Havden Stewart Hugh Leroy Gi ' :ai Lloyd Mohr Dan TiioiiAS Si ' Lltxan I.AiRD Ammise Warmer Clietox William Wixfelder 1914 George Ernest Elivers XmiKKi Daxiki. Kulasaviez Arthur . lvix Gelatt Ci.akk ( i ai ' .rikj. ' I ' acuax College of .iiii ' 191.? Rn.MAX Arorsr Heilalvx ( ' ii:iik(;i " . EiiMUXii Whk 111 ix(;tc)N 41,? jfratrrnitifB Founded at ) ' alc University ' Eoll of Cftaptrrs Yalk L ' NniiKsrrv Harnaki) Uxi i:ksitv A .M 1 1 i:kst Ci )LLK( ■.!■; Maeiiitta C(. llec,e (Juki ' esli-:van L ' ni er.sitv (Juki Stati-: Uni i;ksity UNI •EKS1T ■ ()E Illinois Um i;ksitv of AIkiiiuan Cornell University University of ' isconsin Columbia Universit ' y 414 i j ratfrnitira l appa )i (gamma iriscoiisi)i Chapter. Established ic oS dSe )ot Tvapa rois SiSauKaXoLS CoXR. D HOFFilAXX WlLBERT WALTER WeIR Harrv Steenbock Orrex Llovd-Jones aoe (j ot iv ryj —oAei Bernard A arxer Hammer Carlos Arxie LeClair aS€X f oi h ' rfj T)(oXf] Graduate Joseph Curtis 1911 Rov Perry Bean Mark Webster Hayes Fraxk Barox Morrison 1912 Stewart Hill Ankeney Patrick Johx Canavax Paul Mell Beach William Albert Dieter Elbert Gladston Baii.ev James Alexander Laird Alfred Leo Buser Clarence Hellings Hulbert James Henry Weir 1913 James Grey Beattie Thomas Andrew L rtix Willis Jay Bostox Stanley Michelstetter Fraxk L nxly Ciiarlesworth George Elkixton ]Moore Earl Elmer Laxgworthy Oscar Tryve Slagsvol Hami ' tox Hyram Thomas 1014 Arxold Alexaxder Buser I ai.i ' ii Curtis Smith 417 JFratftnitiea Ivappa )i (Samma Founded at the Unrccrsiiy of IViscoiisin igo8 418 .■ I JFtatftnitifg Zrta si Lambda Psi Chapter. Established IQIO James Henry ' alt(in, Jk. W ' knuki.l Garrett Wilcox Heri ' .eri ' Clifford ISell ttScAt ot £1 ' Ty TToAer Frank Alt.ert ( ' iilmore aSeX pol iv rfj ir oXii Graduate Lawrence Charles ' J ' i ' rnock 1911 Glen Parker Cowan William Henry Ellis Haskell Noyes George Harold Nickell Ross Orville Stine Charles Earl Terry Leonard Eugene ' oyek Robert Dwight Watson igi2 John Henry Savage Henry Lawrence Sickels RoGicR Allen Skinner 1913 Roger Bross Cuettell Harvey AIerton Harker Howard Nelson Eidemiller Kenneth Boyden Kennicott Joseph Benjamin Loesch 1914 William Heiserling Holmes Lucien Taylor Reid Edmund Brewer Montgomery John Crowell Van Ripicr, Jr. Harold Ste ' ens Vinson 421 Jfratrtnitirs Zcta $01 Founded al llic University nf New Yorl! 1H46 Eoll of Ctjaptcrs Universliv (if Xi; Nukk Williams Culli-xii-: RuTcicus College Universitv of Pennsylvania COLP.V CeiLLEGE Tl ' FTS CdLLEC.E Lafave ' I ' tI ' : Collec.k Uni ' i:uistv of Miciii(;an r.dWDiiiN College Corni:ll College L ' NI •EUSI■| ■ OF California University of ' roi (iNro Columbia Universit ' i ' j k(TlLI, L ' NIN ' ERSITY Case Si iiool of Applieu Shence Brown University Unueksity of North Carolina YaLF UNIVERSIT • Lelanii Stanforh. Jr., L ' xn ' ERsri n ' UnIVERSIT ol ' ' IRG1NIA Universliv of Minnfsota Unuersity of Illinols XiNi i-:KSFr OF Wisconsin 42- M_ _1 I roffBaional J ratrrnitifs W Bflta l)i Walter Wheeler Cook Stephen Warren Oilman Rl ' rr Jones I.l ' JiAI. FkATl-:RXIT ' Harlan Cliaf ' tcr. I-.slablished iSgi iLLL M I ' nderhill Moore John Bell Sanhorn Jarics Carpenter Bert Doyton Stephen Earl Driver Matthew Dudoeon Frank Gilbert Paul Gurnee Harry Hewitt Carl Hill William Kelsey ' William Klatte Harry Sanger Richards Oliver Rundell Frank Boessel aSeAc OA £r rfj ttoAcj Frank Lucas John Main Vroman Iasiin Thomas Mills Henry Morgan Ed Michael McMahon John Olin Fred Pe terson Charles Kilev (iEORGE Charles Kilia (IStAc o! if Ty iryoAv Robert Bruce Scott Howard Leslie Smith Alfred Rogers ' icTOR Rogers William Royce William Lark Smith Ray Stroud Saml-el Swanson Earl Tillotson Samuel Thomas Walker John Winteriiotham " ll •TA R AliET James Mangan Ho :ax Emmet Horan, Jr. James I ' rancis M alone Frank Cai.lis Meykk Lewis Arthur Coorsen Clark Robinson Fletcher Makx Hirsch William Jacoh (Idi.nsi hmidt Haskell Xoves Alwin Lorenz Stengle Clarence Jacoues TeSei.i.e Sidney John Baker John Cabot Benson Eugene Francis Bunker njij Kenneth Farwei.l Burgess Ottmar John Falge William 1- ' rawi.ky Han nan Bennett Phelps Stiles m.a Clarence John Cudahv I.ikcii I ' .mioi] Lorenz Charles Lawrence Hill Fuwin Aaron Meyers Fiiw AKii Ellsworth Johnston Howard 1- " ki-;derick Ohm Harold Lange Wilkie Donald Saeford Holmes Mark Joseph Kerchensteinkr Leonard Charles Mead s Henry Whai.ey Jefferson Allan Simpson Randolph Sizer Oliver Roman Weinandv 4- ' 5 Ptofcasinnal JfratrrniticB W)i Brlta Mi LEGAL FRATICkXlTY Founded lit the Uiir ' crsity nf Mirliigan Jiidg B.oU of CljaptcrEf Uni i;ksitv of Michigan NciRTH WESTERN UNIVERSITY CuLUMIlIA L ' NIVERSITV W ' asiiincton UnIN ' EKSITV, Mo. Hastings Col. of Law, San Francisco Gi-:orge Washington LTniversitv I.iosToN University Universit - of Cincinnati University of Pennsyl ' ania Har arii Umntcrsity ' ai.i-. L ' nivf:rsitv New York University Cornell University University of AIis.sol-ri UNivERsn OF N ' irginia L ' niversiin oi ' " Minne.sota llrFFAi.o Law School, Buffalo, N. V. Unreksiia of ( )regon UNiN ' ERsnv OF Wisconsin ( )ino State Unutcrsity I ' MXI ' -KSTTN OT ' Xl-:iiRASK. L. w .School of Ui ' 1 ' i:r Canada, Toronto Chicago Kent College of Law Leland Stanford, Jr., University University of Kansas Syracuse University Albany Law School, Union LTniversity L ' Ni icRSFTx iF Iowa New NdkK Law School Indiana University Western Reser e University Illinois University Dennkr Uni ' ersity Univicrsity of Chicago Uni TIRSITY OF WASHINGTON Illinois Wesleyan, Bloomington ' anueri!ilt, Nashville, Tennessee IIkooklyn Law School UNi ' ERsrT OF Colorado Unh ' ersii ' of Southern California UNnTCRSiTY of Maine W ASllINGTON AND LeE UnI I ' .RSITN University of Te.xas riTTsi ' .uRG Law School 426 t nSrofcBBional JFratrrnitire IJ ' :(,AL l- ' RAI ' l ' .kXMTV Ed ' ward G. Ryan Chapter. Eslablislicd igo-f d8e . )ot TTapa rof-; StSuirKuAoci El ' CEKIi Al.l.KX GlI.lKIRE i S£A f)i £1 ' rfi TToAei John Arthur Aylwakh Justice John Barnes George Washington Birh Harry Lincoln Butler William John Hagenah Alexander Jameson Justice James Charles Kekwix Chief JrsTrci-: John I ' iKaih Ai-bert Michelson Thomas Charles Richmond John Roemer Judge Arthur Loomis Sanuorn Harry Sauthoff Judge Edmund Ray Stevens Justice Aad John Vinje :v WiNSLOw [(ieXipoi V ' X " ' Arthur John Crowns Shirley ' Lincoln Emmett Fred Henry Esch Albert William Gradv Vau(;hn Irving Griffin Oscar Rudolf Haase Alvin Benjamin Peterson Harold Gregg Pickering John Francis Ames Homer Herrington Benton Robert Peter Clark Francis Ryan Duffy I- ' red Alfred Frudden Hugh William Goggins Erwin Hkkiiiki- Zkntnkk RaLI ' H [ELV1N HOVT George Burton Luhman Roy McPherson William Joseph Meuer John Joseph O ' Keefe Louis James Quinn Samuel Lyman ISarki Carl Ernest Fuchs James Roberts Gates Roman Au(.ust Heiin Mknk ' K)l Stiki.i N1 429 JrsTiN LeRov Johnson Thomas Latthevv Kearney. Jr. James John I 1c1)on ' ald n IJAM Henry Si ' OIIn ' w I 111; ©tofrssional JFratrtnitira J)i aip{)a Bclta LEGAL FRATERNITY foiiiidcii al XorlliZL ' cstcru University 1S97 Eoll of Cfjaptcrs Chicago Ki-:xt Chllege of Law Illinois College of Law, Chicago Northwestern Univ. School of Law Chicago Law School Law Department, Uni ' . of Chicago L ' NI ' ERSIT - ol- WlSt ' oNSIN University nv Illinois University of AIiciiigan University of Arkansas Western Rfserx ' e University Kansas City Law School Illinois Weslkvax University University of Iowa Cincinnati Law Si hool UNi ERsrr - OF Oregon New York University Uninersity of Missouri Georgetown University ' ale Uni ' ersfi - Unr ' ersitv of Kansas University of N ' irgixia Universh ' of Colorado University of Maine 430 ' SXfL ProfcsBional JFratrrnitirs CHEMICAL FRATERNITY .-lll ha Chattier. Establislicd 1902 aoeA )Ot TTUfja rofs StSatrxttAots Lor IS Feed Augspurger Ross Baker Harold Cornelius Bradley James Currie Gerhard Dietrichson Richard Fischer .MiLiiv Roy Hammer W ' infield Hubbard Willi a ji Frederick Koelker Charles Kenneth Leith ' U1I1R LiCNIIER Charles August JvL nn John AIathews Earl Millard Walter Nei!El John Xavier Neumann Henry Arthi-r Schuette Leon Irwin Shaw- Harry Steenbock WicNDELL Garrett ' ILCox a6€ (f ol ei ' T7 TToXet Walter Clarence Branncjx James Charles Lawrence Fred Downing Emil Leasman Harry Klui- it:k George McNaughton Roiii-:rt Pal.mer dSeAc ot er rfj (T oXfj Ross Ali.kx Baki-:k iniii;ld SeoTT Huiuiaiuj Floyd Ex ' icrictt 1 ' )Armeii-;r Arthur Charles Pope Walter Ellsworth Blair Otto Carl Roehling William Tyler Cusiiing Howard Herisert Rogers Leon Henry Dewey Alfred Charles Shape Roy Levi Dickinson Clinton Kenny Textok Henry Edwin Holi:rook Frederick Louis Theurer W ii.ijAM TivAt V H(j j;r Harry Goetseels Wild 433 CrofcBaional Jfratrrnitirs 3llp()a € )i igma CHEMICAL FRATERNITY Foinidcci at the University of Wisconsin igo2 Eoll of Cftaptrrs L ' m ersit ' III ' Wisconsin UXIXERSITV OI- ' AIlNNKSnTA Case School of Applied Science L ' ni ' ersitv of Missouri L ' Ni " ERsn - OF Indiana University of Colorad(.) University of Nebraska Rose PoLVTi-x iinic Institute University of Kansas (liiio State University University of Illinois 434 " H LTniT.SrSTS PSOJ Profrssional JfratrrniticB jSu aiplja MEDICAL FRATERNITY University of Wisconsin Chaf ' ter. Eslablisljcd igog Gnidnate Oscar Eugene Nadeau 191 1 FoKKEST Henrv Frev Henrv " ilha.m Kleinschmit Ralph Chapel Hartjian Ralph Kenneth Mitchell Aliuon Henrv Heidner Frank Richard Xuzcm Frederic K Benjamin r)LTEN igi2 Otto Ludwig Hanson Anders Johann W ' eiger John Weston Nuzum ' lLLIAM Richard Whitley 191,1 I ' ra.nk RA ■.M(l |) Menni-: Cicorge Hiram Rop.bins ki(iL Ni) F.i-gi:m-: Werlich M)I4 James Peter Cillis John Daniel Gillis (iLEN McCarthy 437 7E-i?s ' i = J SQRDRriES Sororities ;( Order of Their Establishment at the L ' niz ' ersity of iriscoiisiii. K.M ' i ' A Kai ' I ' a ( Iamma Delta Gam.ma . . (Jam MA Phi Beta . Kappa Alpha Theta Pi Beta Phi . . . Alpha Phi , . . Delta Delta Delta Chi Omeca . . . Alpha Chi (.)-Mega . Alpha Xi Delta Alpha iAM L Delta 4 3 Park Street Sjjo Langdon Street 4 8 Sterling Court 82 Irving Plaec 2 Langdon Street Sip Irving Plaec 75 Gihnan Street 620 Langdon Street 4;o Sterling Court 4j;4 Sterling Court 6:;n Langdon Street 440 ' ' s ..ixded i ororitira l appa appa ( amma Ela Charier. Established iSi;j aoi (f aL TTupa Tois 8i8a(TKuAo(s Katheriki-: Alvord Bernice Baxxixc AxxiE Pitman Agnks Chali.unek Alice Haskell Josephine Allyn Hazel Baecock Emma Adelaide Evans HoxoRA Margaret Frawlev Margaret Olivia Ebekli: XiNA Margaret Edward Julia Heaton Austin Dorothy Rowe Hubbard doeA( )at er T7j TroAet Mrs. Eliot Blackwelder Mrs. Harold Bradley Mrs. Oscar Brandenburg Emily Chvnoweth Mrs. John Rogers Com.mons Martha Dodge Mrs. S- muel Edmondson Ada Griswold Mary Hill Mrs. Annie Main Kempton Mrs. Charles King Mrs. Otto Kowalke HbLEN Greeley .Mrs. Charles Francis Lamii Mrs. Walter Marling Mrs. Warren Me.ad Flora !Mears Anna Moseley Flora Ella Moseley Mrs. John Myers Olin Mrs. Benj.amin C. Parkinson Emily Owen Mrs. Carl Pfundt Annie Pitman Jennie Pitman Gradnalcs Cora Josephine Rohn 1911 Marie Warren Damon Gertrude Richardson Rowe Wrk ht 1012 Mary Camille Hotchkiss Katherine Lovell Lois Wakefield Mrs. I- " rank Reed Mrs. Alfred Rogers Delia Sanford Mrs. Frank Chap.man Sharp Mrs. Henry Sheldon Mrs. Benjamin Warner Snow Mrs. Leonard Sewell Smith Edith Swenson Juliet Thorpe Janet Van Hise Vera Veerhusen Mrs. Ernest Walser Florence Mary Sulliv.vn .Anna Kurt Rietow I orothy Rogers DowrriiEA Siikhan Helen K. tkina Swenson 1913 .M. rgaret .Allen Parkinson Henrietta Spkague Slade Helen Therese Peterson Hilda .Alice ' an Hise (Sladys Ruth Williams 1914 Mabelle [ason Kathf.ryn Parkinso.n Helen George Winter Janet ' inje Helen Acnes Williams 44. SaronticB Itappa liappa (gamma I-oHudcd at Miinniouth College Eoll of Cl)flptrr3 UoSTUN L ' X I " I£KSITV Barnard C(illege Adelphi College Cornell L ' niversitv Syracuse University University of Pennsvl ania SvvAKTii -MORI-: College Alleg II E. ■ C( illege West " irginia Unhersiin ' Buchtel College VoosTER University Ohio State University University of Michigan Indiana State University DePacw Unuersity Butler Collk(;e Universit oi.- Wisconsin Universit oi- Illinois Northwestern University Illinois W ' esleyan Unin ' ersitv UN ■KRSIT ■ OF AIlNNi;SolA (Juki S ' iATi-: L ' nix ' ersitx Missouri Si ait-: UNI ERSIT ■ Nebraska State Uni ersity Kansas State University Colorado State L ' Ni T-:KsrT Adrian College Hillsdale College Texas State. Univi-irsiia- Tui.ANi-; L ' ni i-:rsity Unuersity of California Leland Stanford. Jr., Uxi i-:rsity University of ' . siiixgton University of Montana Kentucky University 444 Sororitirs :i«,«jt Bclta (gamma Omega Chafter. Established iSSi Ethklwvn Anderson Mrs. Chauncev Blake Mrs. Frederick S. ri,es Br.vndenberi Mrs. Harry Briggs Mrs. I ' reii Brown- Mrs. Chandler Chapman Mrs. Bertr. nd Doyon Fanchon Ellsworth AF RY Stewart Foster Mrs. Phillip Fal ' Erbach Mrs. Raymond Frazier Mrs. Richard Ernst Feise Mrs. George Germ. ' KN Ell. Sargeant German AvRiN.v Rkrnice Davies aSeAc ai Trapa. TOfi StSacrKaAots Kathryn Allen doe (pal er Ty TroAet Mrs. Aubertine Woodward Moore, Honorary Mary Storer Conover Bessie Fellows Dexter H. zel Ford Brown Dorothy Flowfj! Jlli [. RiON X ' orth Blodgett Genevieve Dreutzer Dorothy Bemis Clara Mary Blodgett Mary Storer Brown Alice Fanny Jackson Bettina Jackson Mrs. Carl Albert Johnson Mrs. Maurice Johnson Mrs. Bcrr Jones Maud Lea Mrs. William Ellery Leonard Blanche Lvle Mrs. Charles Lyman Mary Lain Ruth Minor Elizabeth Mills Florence Nelson Mrs. J. Frances Altgustine Pyre Amy Young doe pai er tij tr oXfj Graduates Lucy Wells Fox CoRiNNE Wendell 191 1 Dorothy Frankenburger Bessie Gertrude Gulliford 1912 L RioN Belle Hartley Laura Butler Johnson A RicKETTS Grady Louise Fr.- 191, L RGi ' ERiTE L Y Frear Helen L RGARET Lukes 1914 F Ri0N Lorraine Davies Ruth Ellis Tean Fyke Frederickson Mrs. Harry Sanger Richards Mrs. Eugene Sanb-irn Mrs. Walter McMynn Smith Mrs. Charles Slighter Ruth Van Slyke Mrs. Calvert Thomas Spensely Amelia Stevens Mrs. Louis Sumner Lily Ross Taylor Kate T.aylor Elsie Thorn Mrs. Frederick Turneaure Largaret " ilas [ary Whitney Agnes Learned Johnson- Margaret Louise Head LuRA Fellows Heilman KaTHERINE L RGARET MaILER Emma Theresa Richardson NCES Todd Florence Cynthia McMii.len Frances M. rie Wheeler A(;nes Scanlax Grady Katherine Esther Head Mary Gii.l Toim 447 SororitifB Bclta (gamma Founded at Oxford. Mississippi EdII of Chapters BucHTEL College University of ' ISC0Ns N Northwestern University Mt. Union College University of Minnesota Alf.ion College Cornell University University of Michigan University of Coloralki University of Iowa University of Nebraska Women ' s College of Baltimore University of Indiana Leland Stanford, Jr.. University Syracuse University University of ' asiiington University (if Illinois University of California Adelphi College I. ' xivERsrrY of AFissouri 448 Dororitifs (S amma l)i iSrta Gaiiuiia Chapter. Established 1884 aSe j a -ni ■oXti Mrs. Charles Elmer Allex 2 Irs. Thomas Brittixgham ilRS. George Converse Fiske Mrs. Staxley Haxks Beulah Heddles Mrs. Ralph Jackman Emily Wixslow Mrs. Fraxk Llcas Mrs. Johx Xielson Amelh P ' re HeXRIETT. P TiE Mrs. . RTHIR SULLIVAX Mrs. Homer Watts Be. trice Barxes Graduates Dorothy Barxes Apby May Higgixs xora buell Bess Farrell IsABELLE Louise Fleek Florence Lee Gosselix Margaret Lois Hills 1911 Eva Parker White Hazel Holser Genevieve LARY McCrory LoLiSE Perkixs M. ttie Salome Rixglixg Moselle Edna Weld 1912 L rie Chamberlaix Rvth Cotton L Riox Hazel Deming Dorothy Demixg Cora Ellis Edxa Howard L RIE Katherixe L bis Xellie Reubena Bundy LixA Xaomi Dlffy Harriet Larxed Huxt Iarie Therese Leavens Helex Harrison 1913 1914 Elizabeth Dorothy- Perry Lorine L RTHA Pollock Alice Josephine Ringlixc Florence Mildred Sayle Helen Cole Scofield Irene Wilson Edith Agnes Winslow Delia Lixwell Florence Xichols Scofield L Riox Louise Spencer Dorothy Virginia A ' orse CoRnvi Lorrmxe Shaffer 451 ■Sorotitifs (gramma Ijt iScta Foumlcd at Syiaiiisc i ' liii ' crsily 1874 Wioll of C!)aptrr0 Syracuse University University of Michigan Univeksh (IF Wisconsin BdSTdN Uni -ersitv Northwestern UNl ■FRsn■ ■ W ' oNLVx ' s L ' oi.i.i:i;i-:, 1 ' .alii mi ike Unukrsitv of CaliI ' -ornia UNI ■ERS r ■ of Denver ISaun ' ard Col. of Colcmiua Universuv Universit - of Minnesota U ■I ■ERSIT ■ OF W ' ashinc.ton Ij:laxd Siani-okd. Jk., Uxi ' i:Rsn ' ' Uni icrsit of ( )Ki:i;iiN Uni i-:rsit ' of Idaiu} I i I A ' SororitifB l appa 9:lpl)a Cljcta Psi Chat ' tcr. Established iSqo aS€ f)al TTafja TOL i StSaaKaAoc? Harrikt Belle Merrill EvALiNE Patience Abuott Elva Bascom Mrs. Charles Buell Lily Bess Campbell Mrs. Victor Coffin- Mrs. William W. rd D- vidson Elise Forsythe Dexter Mrs. Rich, rd Hexry ' Edwards Helen Leox. rd Oilman Mrs. Eugene Allen Gilmore Beatrice Marion Dayton Hester Lewis Moore Harper Mrs. Jefferson Crawford Harper Mrs. Richard Chester Hl ' che Helen Hutchinson Helen Jl ' lia Kellogg Mrs. Francis Craig Krauskopf Frances MacIntosh ]Mrs. Balthas. r Henry Meyer Mrs. William Underhill Moore Ethel Moore Mrs. John Marshall Parkinson aScAc al €1 ' Tj; r oXfj 1911 Hester Antoinxette Jacobs . lice Marguerite Melick IQ12 . I. RIOX Gr-ace Peabody Mrs. Herbert Sanford Pauline Wood Shepard Mrs. Ernest Browx Skixner Mrs. Ray- Stevens Marjorie Gundrie Stroxg Mrs. Cajo. Clapp Thomas Mrs. James Webster Watson Mrs. Chauncey Rex ' elton Mrs. . ' Andrew Robinsox Whitsox FlOREXCE LeOTTA ' AX Vliet Katherixe Wright AL RIE Elizabeth Baumg. rtxer Harriet Margaret Hazel Jostex Clara Harmox Perry Helen Josephixe Dodge Edith Moore Fary Olive Simpson- Florexck .Swettixg MI, ' , Jessie Bonar Gertrude Clayton Laura Leonard Oilman Pauline Merry Buell Nellie Edilla Fixney Ada Nellie Pence Florence Ros. lie Claussex Neva Florence Gates 1914 . L RY Vax Rexsselaer Buell Paulixe P ' ort Margaret Amelia Chapin Nelle Free Gladys Filler Ruth Hill Josephine Be.mrix Jacobs 4SS SororitifB l appa aiplja C|)cta l-iimidcd at Pc Panic Puii-Lysily Eoll of Cfjaptcrs DePauw University University oe Indiana IjL ' tler College UNi i:KsrTV OE Illinois ' oost:-;r UNi " i:Rsrr ' University hf AIuiuoan Cornell University Uni ersity of Kansas University of X ' erjiont Allegheny Colle.ge Unuersity of Nehraska 1 ' ni ersit of Toronto x( rr 1 1 w ester n u n iv ersit y UNi " ERsrr " i OF Washington U i ' i:ksit of Missolri UM ' i-;i srr ' oi-- ( jklaiioalv L■ l l•;KSlT of Minnicsota Lelan d Stanford, Jr., Uni i-:rsity Syracuse Uni -ersitn UNI •|-;RSIT ■ OF Wisconsin University oi California Swart II. MORI-; Collegi-: ( ll III SlAfi-: UNIX ' ERSriY Woman ' s Colli- ' .gi-: oi- ' 1 ' . al immori-: I ' lRowN UNl ■|•:Rs |• ANi)i " .Ri;iLr L ' ni i:rsi lY Uarxani) Colli:ci-: L ' xn i-;rsi I ' i n ' Ti-xas L ' m frsit of Washington Aiiia.rii I Colli;ge U. [ i-Rsi lA ' OF Montana Un i i-.RSi r oi ' ( ki;go. 456 S ororitirs t i cta m)i Il ' iscoiisiii Alpha Chapter. Established 1S94 abeXcjiai er T?y TroAei Mks. Adalixe Brown Bassett AxNA Blackburn Marguerite Eleanor Burxham Bessie Rachael Coleman Jane Bo Peep Gapen Constance Haugen Esther Kayser Stella Kayser Daisy Moser Mrs. Reuben- Neckerm ax- Miriam Reed Mrs. Paul Reinsch Florence Titus Iva Alice Welsh Eunice Wallace Welsh [rs. Theodore Werder uoeAc at er Ttj (r; oA y Mabel Claire Bredette Helen Ielissa Cox ' nor Florexce Armstrong Crosby Margaret Frances Davison Evelyn Beverly Emerson Marion Helen Holmes 1911 Ada C)rmsi!y MacAdam Harriet Hildegarde Maxon Kathleen Moroney Effie Clarissa Paine Charlotte Jane Warden Lisette Katherine Woerner igi2 Ruth Birchard Fannie Arnetta Brown Mary Abigail Brown Mary Martha Wallace Bunnell Mariox Emma McKinney Alice Dorothy- Rudolph Katherine Fary Shea Edith Josephine Viles Mary Lois Wilkinson Amanda Lee Knuppel Alice Mary Lott Barbara Mullon L RGERY Mullon 191. 1914 Vera Lorraine Seib L R ;l■ERlTK Gladys Sells Maie Eleanor VanSlyke Inez ' . rren Mar.iiihie Moore Jackson Douitt Osann ilii.i ' N Kayser L rjorie Coknelia Steketee I- " lcikexce Mary Sutherland 459 ororitire t iSrta W Found ed at Moiiniouth Collci c 1S67 Eoll of Cfjiiptrrs MiDDi.Kr.uKV College University nv X ' ermoxt George Washington Unixeksitv swartitmore college BucKNELL University Dickinson College Ohio University Ohio State Univeksii Syracuse U. iykrsit Barnard College Boston Universli ' 0MAN ' s College ok I. ' altim(ire LoMi ' .ARD College Knox College Northwestern University Uni i;rsit ' oe Illinois Franklin Collei;e Uni ' i-;ksit ' i ' of Indiana University of Indianapolis Hillsdale College University of Michigan Iowa W ' esleyan University Si -m I ' son Collegi: Iowa State Colli-.gi: UNi l■:RSIT of Wisconsin UNIVI■:Ksn oi- .Missorui Newcomi ' . Coi.i.i.gi-; Kansas Uni ' ersity Universit ' i ' of Nekkaska Universitn of Ti:xas UNivERsri ' oi- Colorado I)i:n I ' .k Cn ' U ' ersi ' ia Cniversiia OI ' California Iowa Siaii-; L ' xiversity University of Mixni:soia Leland Stanford. .. Cm i:rsii L ' m i;rsi lA ' III- St. I .oris L ' xi i;rsiia oi ' Wash 1 xerox Un I I ' .RsIIA OI ' ToROXI I I UNi ' i-:Rsn ' oi ' .Vrkansas 460 M ' X 4 P 8 ' ororitirs aiplja m)i Mrs. Lawrknce Burke Mrs. George Eliot Edna Harrison Mrs. Frank Edsall Mrs. Richard Ely Mrs. Rodney Fox Iota Chaf ' tcr. Established iSg6 aS€X(f at irapa TOi ' i otoatjKaXofi Mrs. Cora Stranahan Woodward aSeX f ai ( ■ ri ' TrnAet Una Mary Imhoff Irs. Frederick Roe Ji ' i.iA Smith Mrs. John Thickens Patronesses Mrs. Evander McGilvarv Mrs. Edward Owen- Mrs. Eugene Updike Mrs. Ralph Vernon d8eA at ti ' rf] ir oXfj Graduates Orpha Edna Jones 191 1 Eva Hildebrand Marion Cass Keats Gertrude Kitchell Josephine Adelia Plank Gertrude Amy Rosencranz Gladys Carrie Scribner Eva Stenhouse .Alice Browne Underwood 191J Phyllis Albertson Bertha Kitchell Blanche Agnes Lucius Gertrude Lutz Grace Isaiielle Wambold 191, Harriett Faville Grace Hettinger Margaret Rebecca Ingwer.son Ethkl Mansfield Josephine Reese Frances Wertz Anna (Juai e Williams I ' )I4 Mary Sears Eaton Lillian Lawson .Martha McClenahan .Margaret McGilvarv 46.3 Sororities Founded at Syiaciisc Viii ' rrsily Koll of Cl)flptrr£f Syracuse Uni i-:ksitv North western Unixeksity DePauw University Cornell L ' ni -ersity Minnesota University Balti more College Boston University University of Michigan Unix ersit i ' of ' IScoNSIN Leland Stanford, Jr., University University of California Barnard College Unrersity III " Nebraska University of Thkunto University of Missouri 464 Siororitira Belta Delta Delta HJu Chapter. Established iSgS aoeA )at -jrafja tois i8uirK iXof. Florence Eliza Allen d8£A a! i ' Tij TToAti Zillah Bagley Grace Clifford Hazel Constantine Mrs. John Corscot, Jr. Mrs. William Curtiss, Jr. Mrs. Louis Herrr k Mrs. John Johnson Patronesses Mrs. David Frankenburcer .Mrs. John Barber Parkinson 11)1 1 Gwendolyn Jones Mrs. Ray Sprague Owen Myra Parkinson Is. ' kBEL Parsons Mrs. John Bell Sanborn Mrs. Samuel Swanson Mrs. Samuel Weidman Bessie .Ann Carter Grace Sue Dunwiddie Hazel Margaret Mead Lorna Doone Bagley Genevieve Katherine Fitzpatrick Grace Ione Atwood Grace Dilla Baskerville Stella Edith Baskerville Margaret Elsie Buckman 1912 1913 1914 Edith .Amelia Sears Helen Gertrude Thursbv Phoebe Ann Twining Georgiana Dorothy Henderso.n Miriam Josephine Robinson Neven Otillia Betz Mary Jane Johnson LovisA Ruth Comfort Ruth Gertrude Goodman Mary .Aileen Scott 467 SiDroritifa Brlta Brita Belta Founded at Boston Unhcrsity iSSS Koll of Cf)flptrr0 Barnard Chllege Boston University Colby College St. Lawrence Uni -ersity Syracuse University Vermont University ' esleyan University Adrian College DePauvv University Knox College Northwestern University ' ISC0NSIN University Baker College California University InwA Stati-: L ' ni ersity Minnesota University Nebraska University Simpson College Leland Stanford Bucknell College Pennsylvania University Randolpii-Macon Collegi-- Woman ' s College of Baltlmokl Ci NCI N N AT I University Ohio State University Mississippi University Transylvan L College SHINGTON State UNnicksn n ' Universi ' iv of Oregon UnIVERSIT ' i ' of ()KLAnn. l I ' .MVERSnV OF Col.dU ' Aili I 468 ■Soraritira CI)i ©mega Mrs. Inga Sandbekg Nu Chapter. listabUshed 1902 do€A at irapa tois StSucrh ' uAoK Jkssie Gertrude Schindler Queen Shepherd dBe (f)ol er rf] tto ' Aci :Mrs. Storm Bull Lulu Dahl Mrs. illl ji Bennett Mrs. Elizadf.th Pudor Mus. Robert Siebecker Patronesses Mrs. Lucien Mason Hanks Mrs. Louise Rollin Head Mrs. Frank Gavlord Hubbard Mrs. Harrv Hobbins Mrs. George Keenan Mrs. Amos Arnold Knowlton aoeXi ai ir tij (r oXij 1 1 1 Zelda Byrne Agnes Helen Dahl Anita May Eschenberg Kathryn ALxrgaret Fordyce Helen .Amanda Hood Florence Tone Hugill Frances Ermine Sh.vttuck RoxiE Eva Barbara Shepherd Florence May Wilson- 1912 Mildred H- ' Vrriet Carson Alice Idell Dahl .Ada Hopkins Mary Mercer K y.mon ' D Florence Oettiker 1913 Susie ] L y Anderson Ann Finnegan Marguerite Josetta Hinxkley Louise Baum .Anne Livingstone Henderson Orra Johnson Lydia Raymond 1914 Gladys Wilhelmina Lange Edith Werser [ooRE Esther Perky Gladys Shriver Florence W ' ainwright I L rgaret Louise Woll Thekl. Louise ' ulfkkuhler 471 SorotitifB € )i ©mega Founded al Aikansas I ' nrccrsily 1S95 Eoll of Cf)aptrr0 L ' xn ' ERSirv (if Arkansas L ' xiN ' iiRsiTY OF Kentucky Southwestern Baptist University Unix ' ersity of Mississippi Randolpii-Maciin Women ' s Chllege Tulane UNiVERsrr ' University of Tennessee University of Illinois Nort h v estern U n I versit y University of ' isconsin UNn ' ERSiTY of California University of Kansas Universitv mf Xi;i;raska UNIVEKSriY OF ' l-:ST ' lROINIA Unjvicrsity of Mu IIK ' .AN Uni ERSITY llF CoLIIRADO Columiua Unix ersity Dickinson Collkci: Florida Woman ' s College CoLi ' .v College University of Wasiiinctfon Universi ' in ' of ( )ri:( ' ,on Georgi-; WAsiiiNindN L ' m i;K rr - Uni ersfi - of Ti-: as 472 llllllr; » V V M " .. i i ancv TQ dvw25!5 giororitifB -»a ' ' --i-vrt. ■ aipl)a Cl)i ©mcp Kal ' f(J Cluif ' lcr. llslablislieci KX ' S Margaret Newell H ' DornLER Alice Recan a8eA uJ €1 ' T7y TToAet Alice Irene Alforh Hazel Alforp Mrs. Dewitt Baskerville !Mrs. Matthew Simpson Dcdceon Helen Jennings Mabelle Kelley Mrs. Frank Mayer Piitroiicsscs Kate Chittenden Mrs. William Curtiss Mrs. Edwin Mason 1km a Hellperg Josephine Heuer Grace Carrier Howe Flor.a. Roberts Knox Gladys Leone AIorrell Sarah Blanche Morgan Katherine Riley Ll ' cille Simon Sarah Sutherland Mae Theobald Mrs. William Vaile Mrs. Morton Owen Withev Mrs. Lucien Julius Pickarts Mrs. John Stevens Mrs. John Winslow (jSeA (i €r Ty u; oA igii Else Landeck Alma Mae Slater Marguerite Fay ' aughan 1912 Gladys Sutherland Alice Marie Tolleson Winifred Cecil Webster Charlotte Ruth Charlton .Ann Heller Ella Cathrine Franzkn .Ann Elizapeth Kikckheker Marguerite M. rtin i ' ii4 Mildred Caswell Leah AL. rie Deutsch Olive May Hossie Ruth Jones Hazelle Estelle Listeharger Bessie Clark Rood 475 Siororitice aiplja CIji ©mega h ' oiiiidcd at Dc Pattn ' Uiiiycrsity Eoll of Ctaptrrs DicPauvv Universitv AliIION CoLLEGlI Northwestern L ' niversitv Allegheny Chllege University of South Califhrnia New England Conserxaturn of Music Unix ' ersity of Michigan Universit - of Illinois University of Wisconsin Syracuse Unu ' ersitv Simpson College Unh ' ersity of Colorado Uni ersitv of Nebraska Baker University University of California Unrt.rsity of ' ashington 476 " H - V fe ,; HJMT I i-L. ' S S ' V TftIS " H TS H EU-IUTT iSororitirs aipija ¥t Btlta Thcta Clia! ter. Established 1904 Mary Ravne Patronesses Mrs. Waylaxd Dowlixg Mrs. Steven Warren Oilman Mrs. Scott Holland Goodxtght Theo Fexton Lvcv Marl Gav Mrs. Grant Showerman Elsbeth Veerhusen aSeX(f al iv rfj T o fj Graduates Ida Fenton Clarissa Augusta Kuhxs Jennie Elizabeth Potts Elizabeth Lvle Richards Pearl Ethel Blanchard Ella Bean Ch.we Agnes Hopkins D.wts Mabel Blanche Graham Mari ' .aret Anderson Bessie Vera Brittell Lillian Emily Coapman Helen Deming Elizabeth Bernice Halbower Gesine Kohler Baensch Jessica May Boorse igii 1912 1913 1914 Una Lee Reardon Edith Emma Schuster Elizabeth Tixker Leora Vail Marion Edna Potts Henrietta Louise Rissman Marian Ruth Strong Marie Herfurth Vaa s ' ernie Lucille McCann Lucille Price Rayne Elsie Ruxge Frances Iola Trewyn Frances Annis Walker Marjory .Anna Davis RiTH Clarissa Kuhns Letitia Helen [LQun-LEN 479 doroiitiea aipba ¥i Brlta Fouiuh ' d at l.i ' inhai ' d (. allege Eoll of Cl)aptrr3 Ld.M I ' .ARii L ' ( ij,i-:c.i-: IiiWA W ' ksliaax LxiN ' KKsri ; It. Union Cdllege Bethany College University oe Sol ' th Dakota W ' n rENBERCi College Syracuse University University of A ' is(;onsix UxiNERsrrv of Wicsr ' irginia University of Illinois Tl ' fts College University ' ok Minnesota UNIVERSIT OF Washington Uni ersit ' of Ki:ntl ' cky UNi ' KRsin of Californlv 480 r . i iS-ororitifB aiplja (gamma Bclta Beta Chapter. Cora Bissfxl Ai-iCE Evans Established 1903 d8eArf a( tr rf] ttoAci Patronesses Mrs. Bennett Mills Allen Mrs. Alexander Rudolph Hohlfeld Gertrude Catherine Evans Selma Matson Mrs. Julius Emil Olson- Mrs. Louis Kahlenberc Graduates Fannie ' inifred Lyon tgii Grace Croxkrite Helmer Mildred Mamie Murray Irma Susie Strassen Bertha Trautman Winifred Lucy Crane EsTELLE AL lRIE }iIartin Elvera Matson Mary Ellen Purcell Grace Loucks Best Gladys Branegan ElVA LrXDIiF.RG I9I2 Mildred Ro?s 1913 Marguerite Bernardixe Rickert [aud Rose Minnie Catherine Sexauer Leta Grace Stowell IQI4 Elinor Marie De " ille Hazel Mae Phillips ZOE L RIE KNDT 483 5otoritic9 aiplja (S amma Bclta Founded at Syraiuse Uiikwsity ' . 1904 EoK of Ctjaptcrs Syracuse University University of ' iscunsin Wesleyan Uni versity University of Minnesota University of Kentucky " University of Ohio Woman ' s College of Baltimore University of Washington University of Indiana 484 5D[IETIES Srnior liianorari ' Sociftp 3(ron Cross Carroll Owen Bicki:lhaupt Alhert Birch W ' alther Aldekt IUh hen John Lawrence Chh.ds James Phillip Dean Erwin Joseph Dohmen Justin Lerov Johnson Karl I,ouis Kraatz ■ILLIAM Duncan Richardson ' illiam Henry Spohn Ben NET Phelps Sth.es 487 icnior Socictg ilammcr anl) Congs 489 Glpprr=(!IlaBB iSocirtp rllotu Helmet lyl I Chester Dillon Baird Rouert Pinkertox Heald Carroll Owen BiCKELHAUPT Mark Webster Hayes Paul Blackburn Eugene Francis Sunker James Phillip Dean Harry Doekr Haskell Xoyes William Joseph Quigley William Tracy Hover Arch Eldredge Richards Charles Ford Harding Clement Astor Rossbach Justin Leroy Johnson Robert Louis Schuetter Frank Bartholomew McMahon Jefferson Allan Simpson Joseph David Mercer David Mack Warren ' illiam Frawley Hannan Frank Collis Meyer Henry Goetseels Wild Edgar Carpenter Wilson William Henry Ellis James Reeva Adams Ralph Blackburn W alter Ellsworth Blair Stuart Oakes Blythe Robert Linde Bowen Richard Adkins Corbett Clarence John Cudahy William Chapman Elmore John Fraser Roger Allen S Louis Fred Augspurger Herbert Clifford Bell Alfred Louis Pineo Dennis Joseph Evans Carl Russell Fish Leland Boylston Hall 1912 Edmond Stephen Gillette Samuel Burton Groom Chester William Horner George Herbert Austin Jenn Louis DeWitt Jones William Douglas Little Oscar Frederick Loeffler Morris Bockee Mitchell Edgar Xorsman kinner Ralph Faculty Members William Spaulding Kinne Otto Louis Kowalke William Edward Lunt Howard [cBain Robert Bell Michei.l Eustace Edwin Parker Wendell Garret ' ILCox Reed Lynne Parker Jules Merrill Parmentier Andrew Xelson Portman ER Bryan Seaborne Reih Otto Carl Roehling Robert Baker Richards Howard Herbert Rogers John Savage Walter Amasa Scoville Lallaway Todd iLLiAM Traxi.er Root Herbert Stothart Robert ' anValsah Joseph Henry Vosskuehler James Henri Walton William Linn Westf.rmann 491 Clppci ' iSlnee Sociftjf iSflonastics Harold ArcrsTLS Arpix William ' kkxi; Rickixhaupt Albert Birch Kendall VdorK Dickinson Harvey William Edmund Davu) Joseph Flanagan Robert Dickinson Green William Jacob Goldschmiiit William Raymond Holmes James AIancan Hogan Pall Frederick Kelly Thomas Matthew Kearney Mark Joseph Kirchensteiner Maurice Brereton Lamont Arthur Schoppenhouer Kleinpell Charles Edwin Bennett Alfred Leo Buser Richard Eugene Branstad Floyd Goodrich Carpenter Glen Parker Cowan RoBf;RT Earl Coleman Frank Armin Frye Flint Jones igii ' erni;r Pi.ti- Faciilly Ml Thomas Barry Harold Cornelius Bradley Charles Glenn Burritt Joseph Albert Cutler Marshall Balkemore Evans Scott Howland Goodnight John Fred Haussman James Glossbrkn 493 An ,i_s .McArthur Douglas Francis McKey Clifford LeRoy McMillen Charles Blair ; IcGrath Peter James Murphy William Duncan Ru hardson Chapin Roberts John Stewart Bennett Phelps Stiles Frank Emil Stoppenbach Alvin Stancel Charles Earl Terry ' Michael Francis Timki;r Leonard Eugene Vover Herman Helm Veerhusen Earl Garon Lake LeRoy Blood Lorenz Leo Xash Paul Pike Pullen Jones Spencer Pullen Harold Frederick Phelps Kenneth Loveland Smith Harold Willis Story :r Wolff •III hers John Robert Haves John Louis Kind William Frederic k Koelker Arthur Herbert Miller Ralph Woohianh () en Kay Spracik Owen John Reese Pru e NER Sanders !8 o))l)omorr g ' orirt! ' Snnrr (gate Chester Dillon IIaikd Paul Blai Kr.uRX RollKKT PlXKERTON HiiALD Clifford LeRov MtAIillkn Joseph David Mercicr Arcii Eldredgic Ru hards Clement Astor Rossha h Frank Emil STorrENP.AcH Edgar Carpenier W ' ilsox Walter Fritz Wi.xholt igi. lti:k Ellswor ' i II IIlaik Sti ' art ( )AKi:s ISiAriiic I iii;i-:rt ],i ni i-; IIowiin Samuel ISukton Crdom Riiiu-.kr I ' aucett (JsiAR Frederu K 1j)kffl:;r Paul Piki-. Pl-i.li;x (_)rT(i U ' arl Roiciii.ixg lli.wARD H i;ri;i:kt Ro(;i:rs I A MllX LAwRExn-: Paldwin RoSWELL KXKHIT BoUTWELL (llCoRGE NOYES I ' .RIGHT George Allen lUsii Arthur James Ca ' i-:xI ' A- lll-XRV CllAXDLER Da IS. JR. Carl I ' raxklix (Resell Rniii;RT RA MoxD Xiavman Aiaix SiAXi-iiRD .MoRGi;xR()rii I i( iiAKD ALvxsox Skixner. Jr 1 1 ARdi.n 1 ' j,mi-:r Sm irii pExiAMix Hi: W 1 1 r Sioni-: Ali;I(ix Si otson ' i:ni;E 404 g ' oijhomorr ®ottrtp iiron c Ifeicp John Caki. Blankenagel Harrv Eugene Bundy John Scrippp Corley Sidney Ball Dud(;i-:()N Edmdnd Stephen Gillette Merrill Joseph Hoeffel Ralph Melvin Hoyt Morris Bockee M run ell Ralph Kenneih Mitchell Alp.ert Henry Oc iisner Maurice Camp]!ell Pierce George Frederick Potter Ekwin Arthur Schacht Bennett Phelps Stiles 49S JFreabman Snciftp feull anl) Crcsfcut Kknuall J!ex iamix Ukagg Mah ijLM Carter Bruce XoRMAX Douglas Bassett ' ALTER James Carr Russell Hand Carpenter George Briggs Drummdnd Willis George Doud Duncan Meredith Hunter Harold " italus Joannes Philip Horton Newman Ritchie Keith Rav Chester Davis Rudolf Clarence W ' eise Strauhel William Wright Tawse John Crdwell ' AN Riper. J Edward Albert Weschler Harold Ioore Wvatt 496 rnioc iSicI ' s Soctrtp jHortar Boart 1911 Helen Melissa Connor Bess Farrell Dorothy Fran ken f.urger Hester Antoinette Jacobs Josephine Adelia Plank Gretchen Schoenleber Anna Ida Sinnen Frances Ermine Shattuck Marie Louise ' rigiit RnwE Wright 1912 Agnes Hopkins Davis Alice Milne Farquhar Edna Florian Gillen Marion Belle Hartley Edna Howard Laura Butler Johnson Bertha Kitchell Katherine Alice Lenroot Edith W ' eiser Moore Mary Merser Raymond 497 irI B i ociftp Wltslpnt 1911 Josephine Allyn Nora Buell ]Mary Storer Conover Hester Antoinette Jacobs Gretchen Schoenleber Frances Ermine Shattuck Phoeue Ann Twining 1912 Phyllis Alhertson Wary Martha Wallace Bunnell Phyllis Albektson Ruth Gotten Alice I dell Da hi. Iarion Belle Hartley Bertha Kitcheli. Ada Mauiie Richmond Olive Mary Simpson Lois Wakefield Nellie Reubena Bundy Margaret Olivia Eberle Harriet Elizabeth Faville Belle Im.igelman Neva Florence Gates GEORIilANA DOKIITHY HeXDERSON Ina Gertrude LaComb Laura Esther Perkey L RJ0R1E Cornelia Steketee " Frances Makii W ' hki-ler 498 girl ' 9 Socirtp iKlpstic Circle 191 1 Hazel Babcock Mary Storer Conover Dorothy Fran-kexber(j:r LoLisE Perkins 1912 Ruth Birchard Marion Belle Hartley Laura Bltler Johnson- Marie Katherine Mabis Helen Katrina Swenson Edith Josephine Viles Lois Wakefield 1913 Genevieve Dreutzer Xina Margaret Edwards Marie Therese Leavens Henrietta Spracle Slade Hilda Alice Van Hise Frances Marie Wheeler 1914 L RY Storer Brown LiNA Xaomi Dcffy Ruth Ellis Marjorie Moore Jackson Helen Kavser Delia Anna Lin well Kathrvn Parkinson Coryl Lorraine Shaffer Florence NLvrie Sutherlani ' Mary Gill Toim Helen Acnes Wi lliams Helen Georgia Winters 499 Ihonoratp ClaBBtcal JFratcrnitg J)i Mm Iwappa ROLL OK Allegheny College Amherst College Boston L ' niversity bowdoin l niverslty Brown L ' niversity University of California University of Chicago LTniversity of Cincinnati Colby College Colgate LTniversity Colorado College LTniversity of Colorado Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth College DePauw University Dickinson College Franklin and ] L rshall College GoucHER College Grinnell College Hamilton College Harvard LTniversity Ha -erford College Hobart College LTniversity of Illinois Iowa College University of Iowa Johns Hopkins University University of Kansas Ken yon College Lafayette College Lehich University Leland Stanford, Jr., LTniversity Marietta College LTniversity of Michigan MiiiDLKiirRv College CHAPTERS L ' niversity of Minnesota LTniversity of Missouri Mt. Holyoke College LTniversity of Nebraska College of the City of New York LTniversity of the City of New York LTniversity of North Carolina Northwestern University OisERLiN College Ohki State L ' xiversitv Ohio W ' esleyax LTniversity L ' niversity of Pennsylvania Princeton L ' niversity Rochester LTniversity Rutgers College Smith College St. Lawrence LTniversity Swath MORE College Syracuse LTniversity LTniversity of Texas Trinity College Tufts College TuLANE LTniversity of Louisiana Union College ' a. derbilt LTniversity ' assar College L ' niversity of Vermont L ' niversity of Virginia Wabash College Wellesley College Wesleyan College Western Reserve University William and M. rv Ciii.i.egk Williams College L ' niversity of Wisconsin Yale L ' niversity li ' onorari ' dlaBBical J ratrrnitp l)t iScta 36iappa .Uf lia of ll ' isiinisiii. LVyy aSeAc )Ot TTupa rofi otoatrKaAots D., LL. D. M. D. Bennet Mills Allen, Ph. U. Charles Elmer Allen, Ph. D. Florence Eliza Allen, Ph. D. Lelia Bascom, B. L. Edward Asahel Birge, Ph. D., Sc Horace Thomas Burgess, Ph. D. George Gary Gomstock, LL. D., Sc. Walter Wheeler Gook, A. M., LL. Robert Gonrad Disque, B. L., B. S Robert Elkin Xeil Dodge, A. iL Richard Theodore Ely. Ph. D., LL, Garl Russell Fish, Ph. D. George Gonverse Fiske, Ph. D. Albert Stowell Flint, A. AL Edward Hall Gardner, A. L William Frederic Geise, A. L Eugene Allen Gilmore, A. B., LL Walter Wilson Hart, A. B. Lee AL Hollander, Ph. D. Samuel Jackson Holmes, Ph Frank Gaylord Hubbard, Ph. Grant Milnor Hyde, A. B. Leonard Rose Ingersoll, Ph. Joseph Jastrow, Ph. D. John Louis Kind, Ph. D. Henry Burrowes Lathrop, A Chester Lloyd-Jones, Ph. D. Arthur Solomon Loevenhart, M. S. Frederick Alexandpir L NCHESTER, . . William George j L rquette, Ph. D. Walter Joseph JNIeek, A. M. Charles Elwood Mendenh. ll, Ph. D, B. . D. D. D. B. [Jayard Quincv Morgan, Ph. D. Elton James AIoulton, B. S. Dana Garleton Munro, A. . L AL xwELL Charles Otto, Ph. D. D.Edward Thomas Owen, Ph. D. Frederick Logan Paxson, Ph. D. William Harold Peterson, M. A. Charles Maltador Purin, A. M. Frank Otis Reed, Ph. D. Harry Sanger Richards, Ph. D., LL. B. William Alexander Robinson, M. A. Frederick William Roe, Ph. D. Edwin Carl Lothar Clemens Roedder, Ph.D. Edward Alsworth Ross, Ph. D. Harry Luman Russell, Ph. D. William Amasa Scott, Ph. D. Horace Secrist, B. A. George Clarke Sellery, Ph. D. Frank Chapman Sharp, Ph. D. Moses Stephen Slaughter, Ph. D. Charles Sumner Slighter, AL S. Hugh Allison Smith, AL A. Edward Burr Van ' leck. Ph. D. George Wagner, AL A. Sedley Lynch Ware, Ph. D. Homer Andrew Watt, Ph. D. Oliver Patterson Watts, Ph. D. M. D. William Linn Westermann, Ph. D. M. Alexander Newton Winchell, Ph. D. Morton Owen Withey, C. E. Louis Bernard Wolfenson, M. A. Karl Young, Ph. D. Casimir Doui;las Zdanowicz, Ph. D. Ross Allen Baker, M. . . Raymond Thayer Birgic, . . B. Thomas ALstthew Dahm, AL Paul Harrison Dike, M. S. Thomas Lcthkr Harris, M. A John nii.i., .M. A. ■issislllllts illlll Fl ' ll(lli. ' S Ida Petrine Johnson, A. B. WiLFORD Isbell King, AL A. A. George Vest McCauley, B. S. Earl Bowman Millard, M. A. Philip Rosenberg, B. S. Herbert Wing, Jr., .A. B. Angela Josephine Anthony Elizabeth S. Corbett Ethelyn Anna Doe William Henri Ei.ler David Scott Hanchett Ralph Melvin Hoyt Helen Hutchison Margaret Lorisi; Mkad Sarah Kathei-ixk Lkh.mann Graduate Edwin Emil Witte, . . P.. 11)10 Agnes Learned Johnson- Bertha Diana Klecknek Florence Lentzner ALnrius Smith Peterson Mabel Frances Pomeroy AL ry Elizabeth Reid [• " rances Ruedeiusch Mil I Fkeii Mkrk XoKA .MiELENZ Gretchen Ruedebusch Benjamin Imjanklin Springer Edith May Shatto Ada Elizabeth Swanson Clarence Charles Tolg John Edward Treleven Frank Ernest Williams Gretchen Schoenleber ■Aimee Mary Zillmer 501 Iftonoratg lOnaineering JFraternitg Cau iScta i l-:niiidrd al l.cliii h Uiiivcrsitv, iSS=; ROLL OF CHAPTERS LehUiH L ' xn i.Ksrrv MiCHII.AN . .RICl ' I,Tl ' RAI. C ' dl.l.KtilC Purdue L nivkrsitv Stevens Institute (jf Te( h x(ii,n(, LTniversitv ok ll.I.IXOIS L ' xiVERSiTV ciF Wisconsin Case School of Afplikh Siifnii ' . Kentucky State Coli.ecic CoLUMiiiA University UxivERsnv OF MissoiRr MUHICAN toLI.FOi; OF M 1 N KS C0L0RA1«I Si HOOF OF M[NES L ' nivfrsiia of Colorado Armour Institute of Tic ii mh oi,-, Syracuse University I ' niversity of Michk.an Missouri Si hooi. of Iinfs L NiVERsiT OF California Iowa State Coii.ei.i: Rensselaer Poiateihnic Insiitute Universitn of .Minnesota Cornell L ' m i;rsitv W ' oRCESTI-R PoiA ' TIX HNK I NSI itute 50 Dionotar? ffinainrfrinB fratrrnitp Cau iScta i Al ha of ll ' iscoiisin Chapter, iKgg ad€X f ot Tzapa Tois oioaaKaXoi-i AIuRRAY Charles Beebe Charles James Belsky Charles Frederick Blrgess Robert Craico Robert Conrad Disoce Frederick W ' illiaii Doolittle John Glaettli, Jr. MiLLV Ftov Hammer Frank Auglst Kartak William Spal-ldinc Kinne William August Klinger Jesse Benjamin Kommers Otto Lewis Kowalke William Francis Lent John Givan Davis M ( k Edward Rose .M aurer Daniel Webster Mead Charles August L nn Arthur Herbert Miller Eustace Edwin Franklin Pakkkk William David Pence James David Phillips John Reese Price Herbert Brooks Sanford Glen Edward Smith Carl Clapp Thomas Halsten Joseph Bedfouh Thokkelson Frederk K El ' gene Turneaure James Webster Watson Morton Owex Withkv aSeX(( oi. €!■ rfi ttoAci Leonard Francis Boon Frank Eugene Fisher Carl Hambuechex RoFF W ' lLsow Harris William Otis Hotchkiss Frederick William Hull: John Frederick Icke Herbekt John Kikllini; Arthir Luedke William Miller Arthur Pearodv Charles Rose L RTIN Wll.HEl.M ThoRKELSON George Ernst Wagner j L Rcus McCoi.i.isTEu William Xorth a.6e f Oi Ir Tvy (j oXy Graduates Elwood Arthur Richarhsdn Lin WOOD Thomas Richardson 191 1 Carroll Owen Bii kelhaupt William Verne Bickelhaupt Glen Parker Cowan LoLis Edward Deouine Ernest Werner Geltch Louis Earl Glover Walter Adams Hatch L L•RICE Johnson John Hugo Johnson Meixhardt Carl Kokxig Mairice Brereton Lamont John Sl ' thekland Laxguii.i James N ' ichols Lighti;oii Andrew Ludberg William Gilchrist Pearsai.i. Joseph Philip Schwada Charles Morrison Scuddek John Lathrop Slade St ewart Woods Stanley Herman Helm ' eerhusen Arnold Adolph Wegner Frank Louis W ' uki. Edwakii Hegeler Carus Fred Thomas Coup Walter Carl Grakt Eugene I obert Hoeeman 1912 Samiel Arthur Kkell RoLi.iN Robert Parks Alfred Charles Shape George William Traver HlUnKKT LaDUE W ' noI.HISER 503 It)onoraif 9crituIturaI ' iFratrrnitE aip|)a Zcta ROLL OF CHAPTERS Ohio State L ' nivicrsitv Pennsvl ania State Chllece Uxn ' ERsiTv OF Illinois Cornell University Michigan Agricultural College New Hampshire Agricultural College University of Nerraska North Carolina A. and M. College Uni ers[i oi- Minnesota Universit ' oi " " ermont Iowa State College University of ' isconsin Colorado Agricultural College University of Maine University of Missouri Uxn ' ERsiTY OF ' ashington University of California Purdue University North Dakota Agricultural College Kansas A. and M. College 504 (honorsrp actitultural Fratrrnitp aipl)a Zrta Babcock Chapter. Established igoj a8eX j ol Trapa TOi otbaaKaXot Alexaxuek Septimus Alexander Stephen Moulton Babcock George Harold Dacv Edward Holvoke Farrincton James Garfield Fuller Lawrence Frederick Graber Bernard Warnich Hammer Edwin Bret Hart Edwin George Hastings George Colvin Humphrey Edward Richard Jones Orren Lloyd Jones Arthur Henry Kuhlman Andrew Robin Conrad Hoffman John Clyde Marquis James Garfield Milwarh James Garfield Moore Christian Percival Nori.akh Charles Albert Ocock Augustus James Rogers Harry Luman Russell ? " rederick John Silvers John Lawless Tormey ' Emil Truog Harlow Leslie Walster WiLBERT Walter W ' ier SON W ' hitson aSeX(f oi €v rfj cr oAr} 191 1 Arthur Christopher Baer William Warren Clark Tom Ruskin Davidson Alfred Henry Meyer Frank Barrox Morrison Robert Lewis Post Griffith Rickards Harvey George Smith Herman Wenzl L ' llspergf.r Phillip Henry Wessels Elbert Gladstone Bailey 1912 Joseph Charles Gii.man Martin John Huppert 505 tianarar? Commercial f ratcrnitg iScta (J amma igma a6e f (ii nafja Tins 6(6u(rK ' aAot ' William . . iasa Suitt, 1 ' Il D. SxErHEN W ' akkkn (Iilman. LL. B. » 0cAc )Of €r Tij TToAci William W akh Daviuxin 1 1 akolu 1 " ih i. Li;«;ax Frank Ciakilnlh Hixin Joiix I- ' .iiw akh Tkelkvax kA MllKUIS StRIH II liSeAc oi Iv rfj ayoAf lyl 1 Ki I ' EKT JiisKi ' ii Hatz Geoki e Eiiwari) Cuear Eruix Joseph Duhmex RoilKRT I. ITTLKFlEI.il I I ATI H Charles Letter Jiihx Calvin Flovu Schwexker Charles Richard Sextox FlKIAK CAUrEXTKK Wll.SllX Rae Floyd Bell CoMiLio Adams Clark Carl Ru ii rii I Iolkm ax Carl Jhh x Juhxmix Lynn Flmer Kxurr Bexno Frxest Klkchi.e College of L.iiw Loris AuTHi i CodRSKN Osi r Riliill H ase L KK JuSlU ' H KeRSI HENSTEIXEK 506 IhDnnrarH fflhrmical jfratrrnitp o Ii ' . $j)t itambtia ®psilon aSeX(f oi. Trapa To ' fi 8i8a(rKoAois James Aston Chaklhs August Manx LOUIS FeRP AuGSPURGEK Cl.IFFORn CVRIIXE .MeI.OC HE WiNFiEi.i) Scott Humsarh John Langley Sammis David Klein Henry August Schuette Otto Louis Ko vai.ke Harky Steenbock Francis Craig Krauskopf William EmvARD Tottinc ham Carlos Alfred LeClair Em ' " - Iki ' " ' 1 1 i;lii I.i i II, Wai.stkr 1911 Frank Fiakk(jn Morrison ' RANK Leu I S WUKL I9I2 Edward Hegeler Carus Ray Levi Dickinson Ott(i Cari. Roehling How AKii Harlan Rck.ers Alfred Cuarlks Shape Eoll of Ctaptrro University ok Illinois University of Wisconsin Columbia University UNIVERSIT • OF Ml( hi(;an Uni ersitn or Washington Johns Hopkins University Washington State University University of Minnesota 507 Itionorarp !30cl)ica[ fiAUxnite tgma tgma rounded at the i ' niz-crsity of U ' iscunsin looy ao€X(f)Oi ev T a oXy igii Gerald Rand(ili ' I[ Allai-.en ' lCTOR SOFUS FalK Ll(jvd " illiams Johnson ' iLLiAii Joseph Ouiclkv Arthur Jack Williams Walter Fritz W ' inholt 1912 Robert Linde Bowen Harrv Robert Imikrstick Oscar Paul Headland 1913 Damon Alonzo Brown Dennis Rider " ood Crile Nordahl Oscar Gunderson Rudolph Uhen S08 iSraOuatr Stifntific JFratfrnitp (Samma Slpba II a iX j OL Trapa Tol SiSaffxaAots Bennett Mills Allen Charles Russell Bardeen Charles Frederick Burgess George Carv Comstock Honorarx Henrv Frederick Weiss Victor Lenher Max Mason Charles Elwood JNIendenhall d8£A o( kv Tji a oXfi Frederick William Cunningham James Nimrod Currie William Elmer Forsythe Gordon Stanley Fulcher Arly Lawrence Hedrick Alfred Edward Koenig Jesse Talbot Littleton George Verne McCauley Harry Sidney Newcomer Harry Steenbock Arch LeRoy Tarrell Joseph Douglas Trueman Frank Ernest ■ .LIAMi Koll of Ct)aptrr0 Cornell L ' niversity Dartmouth College Johns Hopkins University University of Chicago University of Illinois Uni " ersity of Wisconsin 509 MERBlCtl. Clube Hon -it 0)1 ■Shores JUsllKf KilUbrni. ' Bidgood Wis,- Cormr Al;-I Bouhvare Farnh, Carson Murpkv t ' ufmon Chambers Zda)iov- ' icz Ankrn,-v Barber Pridmore Keitt Maverick Ttirhiiii Hornadav Littleton Bi ic Club Samuel Lvman I ' .arhek I ' rcsuli ' iil Charles Carroll Chambers ricc-Prcsidciif WiLLL M Wallace Carson Sccrclary Charles Gabriel Tachau Scrgrant-at-Anns Robert Abel Stewart Hill Axkexev Laures Anthon Samuel Lyman Barber Hugh Bent Lee Bik;ooo John Lucas Bishop JuDSON Powell Boulware Calhoun Lillons Cannon William Wallace Carson Charles Carroll Chambers Douglas Calvert Corner William Dabner Louis Frederick Detrick WiLLARD EnWARD FaRXHAM Wilson Parham Gee Casimir Douglas W ALTER Charles Hurnauav L cLEON Houston George Wanamaker Keitt Cincinnatus Decatur Kii.lebrew Jesse Talbot Littleton Jack Wesley Lowell James Slayden L VERICK Robert Marshall Mi ' Kphv Daniel Parker Pace James Cleveland Pridmore RoscoE Vernon Shores Luther Francis Sutton Charles Gabriel Tachau Preston Thompson Vance Furman Bryant Wise Edward Jamks Wikiuhiuse Zdanowicz Cluba 4 V M Knaitss Zollngr Perrv Ross Caffv yofirisotr Pratt DavUsolt Hill lal, heart Frfjrici-so i poster Ballard Kimp }Iarlin Proctor Butt Rifs Stephens Murray Hoosier Club Austin S.mith 1i.lehf.art Frcsidciil Roger Kixcslev Ballard I ' ice-Prcsidcnt William Dudley Pratt Secretary W ' n.BZR Albert Haklix Treasurer Member in the Faculty A. B. Hall 191 1 William Edward Butt Charles Law kkxci: Hill Thomas Ruston Davidson Leo Joshla Stephens John Mi-rrav Rav 1912 Roger Kingsley Ballakd Austin Smith Igleheart Reed Lynne Parker 1913 Walter Wolf Caffyn William Dudley Pratt WiLBER Albert Harlin Roy Harrison Proctor Ralph William Hunting Charles Rees Herbert Theodore Johnson Alvin Carl Reis Alvin Herman Kessler Livingston Ross Otto Adolph Knaus Louis Albert Zoi.i.xer 1914 LeRoy Swormstf.dt Foster Ralph Kemp Edwin Andrew Fredruksox Ransom Davis Pekkv Tra McClure Hedges Floyd Mokrisox Show alter 513 (iriiifae I I I I I S zer Wmtr ii . ' s rr Ihinseii Wild Dcvmv iliirtoti Maiics Schuchitr Xichil Mum ' s Sheriff loTir G rover Jessnf ' irofnniii K ' nek S, hicher lUtir.-ll Robert ■ oii Stoltie 3 ocJij) i¥louutain Club Fred Behv SHiiRiFF President Charles Frefierick Ruktox J ' ice-Prcsidrnt Almon Fulton Robertson Sccrctai-y Walter Frederick Xickel Treasurer Percy Ccssax Hkixtxall Kalisf ' el. Montuiui John Angus Burrell Cliinilcaii. Monlaiia Charles Frederick Burton BiUiiu s. Moiitaini RoEERT Saiiix Dewey Gcorgctotvii, Colorado Edsel Grover Boise, Idaho Clinton John Hansen Kalispel, Montana EucENE Robert Hoffman EUensburg, Wasliini tnu William Tracy Hover Denver, Colorado Walter Edgar Jessup Los Angeles, California Max William Kenck Bntte, Montana Lew IS Kei.sey AIaires Denver, Colorado William Ulysses Murrish Denver, Colorado Walter Frederick Nickel Bntte, Montana Chris William Xissler Bntte, Montana Almox ] ' ui.ton Robertson Livingston. Montana Oluer Jay S hieber Los Angeles, California Hyrim Schneiher Logan, I ' tali Fred Beby Sheriff Helena. Montana Randolph Spelman Sizer Coram, California Lew Wallace Springer Las I ' cgas. . eie Mexieo AL YNARD Joseph Steer Dayton, Montana NoRRis Sanborn Stoltze Great falls, Montana Courtland DeLano Vaughn Denver, Colorado Erling Finch Week Sfoknne, Washington John Edgarton Wii.n Bulle, Montana 514 Clubs h ' rey Korn Martz ' . 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Reyer Gutoivskl Peters,- u Ochs?ier Abtrg Bley r,alh- tero Zc- Tsu W ' ohra Roy Sh-yer Trexv Chan h ' liinanti ue Otto Macaraeg h ' iu te Ho Don do Tsai Deiislo i ' h ' adish Kntrrnational Club Hdiiiirury Members PRtsiiiKNT Chaulks Kii hard ' anHise Pkufkssor Ji ' Lirs Emil Olsox Profkssor Gkorgk Carv Comstdck Professor Jf.sse Grant Showfrman LuciKN John Pickarts L ' iiili l Sfatcs Philit piiws Harry Gustave Abenproth Arthur Charles Runzler Jacinto Maxh.a Kamantigue Roger Putnam Batchelor Allen Walters Sivyer Juan Guico Macaraeg Addison Milton Bleyer William Henry Spohn Pfru Stanley Mayo EoYD Ewald Daniel Steinhagen t ,„ , i,,,,, , TTXT n TTO T- i UIS INFANTE Hans aelson Brue Henry Sterling Taylor t t Frui Craig Prentue Connor Anton Xavier Umhoefer Harris Corky Mexico Arnold Orlando Dahlberg China Jose Munoz Ballesteros Drake Paul Dale Gvok-Tsai Chao Francisco Marcos Cardenas RAYiMOND Ali ' .frt Denslow Vushu Chin Jesus de la Fuente Henry Adolph Drescher Pyan Ling Russia Carl Herman Haf.ssler Hsiang-Yueh Moh p.„ris Emmftt Charles Ford Harding Chu-Tung Tsai Leon Alexander Gutowski Manville I-R1T.T0FF Hendrickson Wf.nshion Tsu Harry K y Halbert Leopold Kadish Ts-Zun Zee John Johnson Schmidt BuRDETTE Ingersoll Kinne -lad,mir Znamknski Louis Paul Lochner Dexter RouxiiY Mapkl • ' " ' " " „ . orzcay Erwix Aaron Meyers Kazuo Ebina Martin Lauritz Nardo Louis Sherwin Misch Paul Fusanobu Isobe Marius Smith-Pfteksen Reid Fred Murray Shigeyoshi Obata ll ' aies Albert Henry Ochsner Robert William Davis Edward Gerald Reyer !i ' dia Rei.ixalu Li.ovn Frees Will Cleveland Reyer Barenda Kujiak Palit Geniiaiiy John Wesley Rodewald Basanta Koomar Roy Arthur Eichberg Chester Ferdinand Rohn Har Das Wohra Maxwell Charles Otto Huzcaii Kim Tong Ho South .Ifriai Max Rudolph Hendrickson Szvedeii . William John Aberg Denmark Arthur JoRtiENSON France Mathurin ALxrius Dondo Belgium Frederick Ernst Greece Petf:r Theodore Anagnos Austria . Grover Cleveland Bloomfield Italy Xngelo Cerminara Canada Robert JiIichell Bracil Trajano de Camargo Armciiin Aram Moses Eleazarian Clubs I ' » ? » r » , iei- 1 " « y « ( ' hang Li Kuo Chang Kivaiik Chin Loo Chao M ' oo Tseng Moh Littg Z.:- IIo Chu Wong Mn Chin P.m Shu Chii Shu in I ' ang Woo Chang Cl)mrsr tubcnts Chib KoNCHOw Ting-Chin Chang AlosHiH Chang Yu-LiN Chang GuoK-TsAi Chao YrsHT Chin Chang Ying Chiu Chin Chu LoH Chu KlM-TdNG Ho Tuak Shin Kuo Bang Kwaik Ming 11 " l.i SOONG-UAU Ll PvAN Ling Ming ' S ' im; Loo MlNGHAI .Ma hsiang-yueh moh Chu-Chi Pan Sawland Jab Shu NiM Chi Shum Tsic Yee Tang Chu-tung Tsai Yu-MEi Tseng Wenshion S. Tsu Ko-uNG Wong Chang Woo Fyou You Woo KoK San Woo YiNG-YuEH Yang Liang Yu Jeshine Zohn Zee Ts-Zun Zoren Zee 517 €hibs Mois.Vfff Olson SJ fr y A , ' : , Garlork Sch)itidcr Simons -McLean Hehberd Wohra Coup White Wolff Sahiu " Johnsion Sirothmati Steers Hoyt Covan h ' cetie McKillop HeTniingseu Chin ' It fightboJv Sanfor.i Parks JiauJv Koetii Lauderdale Worth Bntliird Doerschuk Jioi-isard Woolhiser Dodd MacLaren Page BrovMim Prtessnuin m. Wl. Cngtiirrrs Club r-irst Semester Ralph Sherman Hovt Glen Parker Cow ax Richard Whartox Si.moxs .... Frederick Carl Ruhloff Stttiicnt CdiifiTciicr Rct ri-sciitali; President iee-Presideiil Seeretiiry Ceiis. ' r ' Seciiiid Semester Glex Parker Cowan James Xichols Lightbody Joseph Eucexe Love El.mer Ellsworth P.rownixc Werner Peteh Wolff Yu-Shu Chin Glen Parker Cowan- Edward Haven Ha.nd ' i- LoREX Lix)Mis Hebberd Ralph Sherman Ho ' it lyi I M. LRiCE Johnson Jesse Edward Lai iekiiale James Xichols Lightbouv James Donald McLean Richard W ' haktox Simons Geokce Levbocrxe White Ju. IQIJ El.mer Ellsworth Brownixc Lester Hiram Bcllard Fred Thomas Coup Rn Lvox Dodd Herrert Martox Doerschtk Elmer Johx Dkever Earl St. xlkv Hknnin(.sen . lvin Dewavne Keene Joseph Eugene Love Herbert Ladle W 1 91 3 Ruhard F.oissard Leonard Boris Moiseveff Neil Young Priess.max Henry Theodore Sandberg Walter Herbert Loiis Lachlax MacLaren Clifton Anton Olson 1914 William L. ni;ille McKillop RoLLiN Robert Parks . rthur Charles Pope Frederick C. rl Ruhloff Lel.axd Stanford Steers Lee Hayne Stewart Oliver Ernest Strotfimax Edward Christian ' . rth Werner Petkr Wolff xilhiser Walter Hubert Schleck Clinton Kexxev Textor Jay Dol ' glas ' alters Harry . lbert Wilson WOHRA Jea.n Frederick Sabi.v CvRLETON Dexter Sperrv 1 1 KK VuiKiw rn II 518 erUiba Fetiii.r .s;- imn a Hain- .Srl:ine,ii-r .Slmiial J ,it, li Ray Mfikel A ' uiv.s Ihiahe rark.lsuii BInk,- Mcars (io,-k,- Biebe RevinMy .hd;H,y CavaHagli yoiifs Hendricks May Bitnii. ' istt ' r lloffman Wicdt-iibeck Simon Mf)tgcl Morris Bfitdt H. Kaliti Schilling Rcillv Krncning Perkins Burt JJcqumc Anifcr(y L. Kiihit Kozarck Macarac h ' i aga ' ' . ' a Bolt Sniilli Kociii Ctbil engineering Society Francis Akthi k Torkelson President Stewart Hill Ankeney Vice-President Fritz Hoffman Secretary Arthur Edwin May Treasurer Howard Merle Anderly Hakoi.d Joseph Hai,e George Lee Morris Stewart Hill Ankexev Walter Adams Hatch Eugene Carter Xoves Walton Cook Ball John Heruert Hendricks Joseph Manning Perkins Arthur Jackson Barclay Philip Henry Hintze John Murray Ray Gordon Alcott Bekp.k Fritz Hoffman Louis Earhakut Reber. Jr. Horace Merle Beeiie Robert Davis Hughes Paul Redel Joseph Philip Bendt. John Rodney Jamieson Thomas William Reillv Harry Duvall Blake Walter Ei«;ar Jessup Thomas Mykick Reynolds Charles Wallace Blodgett Lewis DeWitt Jones Thomas Ru t Walter Philip Bloeciiek Robert Kahn Oliver Jay Schieeer Everette Almond FIurmeister Leon Kah Walter William Schilling Clayton Roger Bi ' rt Tometoro Kitagawa Martin Peek Schneider William Harrison C ' uuwkn Steven Ai.oizy Kozarek George Edward Schroeder Leon Eugene Dai.i.wic; Meinhardt Carl Koenig Joseph Phillip Schwada Lloyd Edward Davis Samuel Arthir Kreli. Aholph Auc;ust Schwartz Louis Edward Deijuine Kai ph Henrv Kroening Chaki.es Morrison Scudder Bairge Stephen Der .MuGERDiTciiYAN Andrew LuDBER i . rchie Shonat Charles Andrew Distelhorst Juan Guico M ac. i(. e -. . i.hkrt Henry Simon Charles Leslie E. stmax William Matthkw . lc. lruK I ' Keheruk Slocum Smith Alexander White El Arthur Edwin I n Kohert John Soergel Carl William Esau George Sher.man . Ik. u.-. Iraniis .Arthur Torkelson Edward John Fetzner Forest Foster Mengei. John Cedru- Wade George William I ' raver Robert Hans Merkel Edward Xelson Whitney Otto Fred Goeke Peter Henry Miller ' Harry John Wiedenbeck Joseph William Vunger 519 (£Iube . » ' i. ' % ' r ' i Lars,ii Knuil, Riilit,i . ro i - rifii hiiikii fidi oik Porter (. hr:sti - P " gi Lur. oii rhrlp Ziiiniuriii.iii l{,l ' l;rj Christ,, Riihloff Corf , lit, r Uoyt Blryer MacArtliitr Tlniimts Slurt ' lf Torkelsoii Wtifiur StrotUilinn MrLeall Moytr .S.herer Itcihfrts Volquart-s BliVt Flillti .St.iJ, Dorr ;Hmcncan ocictp £0cd)antcal engineers txiv r rst Sfiiicslcr Angus IMacArthur .... K. RL Louis Kr. . tz .... Arnold Adolph Wegner . . Frederick William Braasch Roger Sherman Moore . . JoH.v Sutherland I. Chakles Tkeadwav Barnuii Addison Milton Bleyer Harvey William Edmund Clifford Earl Gray LoREN LooMis Hebberd Robert Holverscheid Ralph Sherman Hoyt Karl Louis Kraatz John Sutherland Laxgwill Lloyd Garrison Bleyer Frederick William Braasch Frank Alonzo Carpenter Rich. rd Adkins Coreett George Nickoli Dorr Jl ' dson Earl Fuller Charles James Gaskell Lewis Franklin Garlock Lawrence Arbuck Larsen ersity of wisro.vsiN student section Second Semester Frederick Beby Sheriff idciit . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Assistant-Secretary . . Treasurer ANGwiLL Engineer ' s Central Committee 1 1 1 An(;US L C. KTHUR James Donald McLean Roger Sherman J Ioore Benjamin Harrison Mueller William Gilchrist Pearsall Roy Chester Phipps William Harold Pugh Louis Earhardt Reber, Jr. Chapin Roberts George Nickoli Dorr Lewis Franklin Garlock JuDSON Earl Fuller Robert Leonard Larson Joh.x L. thkop Slade . Alexander Carlton Sladky Stewart Woods Stanley George Elias Steudel Xathan Clark Sweet Erlixg Finch ' eeks Arnold .Adolph Wegner Robert Dwight Watson Henry .Austin Christie 1912 Erwin Holverscheid Robert Leonard Larsen William David Moyer Hahky .Allen Page AL RioN Phelps Ja.mes William Porter Henry Charles Prochazka .Adolph William Quast 1913 Walter Hubert Schleck Hexky .Albert Wilson Oscar .Arthur I-Iuhter Frederick Carl Ruhloff Harold Lester Scherer Frederick Beby Sheriff Oliver Ernest Strothman Oscar Gardien Ward Fred Russell Zi.mmerman ' u TOR Henry ' olouarts 520 tCliibe - 1 LH ft 1 tt 1 ' 1 i W iil f .vikipur f A w «. ,M ' Tf A m f . mt ■ P ' -m, ' M A 41 »= m■■ iS t ' i IL 1 Mi m Jb, f ll ; 9il f — ' r ■Sik - rW B • -■• ' ■4- mm 4. i Tf fl ' 1 t -4a ' " R k. «■[ 7 Mm E iA L ' H IT ' ' 3 • kH -, ;■• ■ ' s£ w Kohertson Wolff Kay .Uiuiso i ilEintng Club First Semester Herbert Edgar Schmidt . . . William Gilchrist Pearsall . William Verne Bickelhaupt , Werner Peter Wolff . . . . Almon Fulton Robertson President I ' icc-Presideiit Sceretary-Treasiirer Mucker Second Semester Cyril Anton Fay William Verne Bickelhaupt George William Schilling Byron Gray Best h ' ef ' resciilatiz ' c to Engineers ' Central Commitlee Bykon Gray Best William Verne Bickelhavpt Lloyd Gomer Bonesteel Eugene Arthur Conklin Douglas Calvert Corner Cyril Anton Fay Daniel McPherson Grant Clinton John Hansen Luther Reuben Hicks Frank Henry ' JMadson Ferdinand Meinecke, Jr. Francis Ward Paine William Gilchrist Pearsall Orrin Peter Peterson Bryan Seaborne Reid Robert Baker Richarhs Almon Fulton Robertson George William Schilling Lloyd iL RCUS Schindler Herbert Edgar Schmidt John Calvert Scoles Werner Peter Wolff 521 Clubs nay IWitchclor Biiitz.it Textof S ' piro Freiburger Gothard H cunt It g yohiistoii Withirdl Lruv.-ford fookc tphal Denis Sihinick Ayhvard Skimur Dexvey MiddUkaiiff Crosby Rietz hlaisch Corns Frost Bradlt ' v Morris Bar meter WoIUii McKillop Deitniger Geid.l Sevmrd Ro, Boil lis on Siiu ' inski Banicirs Chemical ocictp First Semester Harold Hulett .Morris Oliver Drake Knight . . Albert Adolph Sliwinski Van Lorexz Bohnsox . . Second Semester President Willard Goldsworthv Crawford rice-Presideiit . Roger Putnam Batchelor Treiisnrer . Albert Adolph Sliwinski Secretiirv . William Howard Freiburger Thomas James Aylward Nevius Van Dyke Ballance Roc;er Putnam Batchelor Flovd Everett Barmeier Frederkk Whelpley Bentzen Van Lorenz Bohnson Charles Harlow Bradley Otto Edward Buth Edward Hegeler Carus Charles William Cathcart Edgar Lee Chaplin Raymond Denney Cooke Willard Goldsworthv Crawford Harold Sutor Crosby LeRov Irving Day Alphonse Derbignv Denis F ' rancis Arthir Denninger Leon Henry Dewey Arthur Jacob Duggan William Howard Freibi ' RGEr Arthur Henry Frost Carl Diedrich Geidel Nelson James Gothard Andrew Albert W Clair Frank Hadges Sherburne Bryant Henning Angus James Johnston Karl William Klotsch Oliver Drake Knight Frank Frederick Krev William Langille McKillop Ellwood Jacob Middlekai ' ff Harold Hulett Morris Roger Sidney Moore ' alter Otto Pflaum James Thomas Roach Otto Carl Roehling Walter Herman Rietz John Ernest Schunck Walter Edgar Seward Merill Edmund Skinner Albert Adolph Sliwinski Samuel Speko Clinton Kenney Textor William Carl Westphal Archie Lee Witherell Clark Kkvn Wolfert 01. 1. IN pi CItifae Schzueuktr Stoizenberg Trinke Eierman Xorsmaii SchuetUr G ' MaUey Cleary Gihnan Sexton ifatch UUv Reyt Rohn Klcinp,!! Stoppenbach Dohmen r Wihtiann. ' Ai-pin Blitz Kauffmau " joh Scott MtMJ tN Gret-n Sch-ivartiug Stephens Commercial Club First Semester Calvix Floyd Schwexker Robert Coxxor O ' Mallev Charles Richard Sextox VlLLL M HeRMAX TriXKE President rice-President Secretary Treasurer Honorary Prof. William Amasa Scott Prof. Stephex Warrex Oilman Prof. Balthasar Hexry Meyer Prof. Earle Burchell Members Second Semester Charles Richard Sextox Marc Bogi ' sl. vsky Fraxcis Stewart Lamb . lbert Frxest Greexwood Prof. Hexry Charles Taylor Prof. J. C. Moxaghax Dr. R. H. Hess Dr. Charles Deax Cool Active Members Harold Alglstis . Rrix George Edward Cleary Robert Dickixsox Greex Robert Littlefield Hatch Charles Lester Johxs .■ rthur Schoppexhocer Kleixpell Robert Coxxor O L lley Chester Ferdixand Rohx 191 1 Charles Richard Sextox Robert Loris Schietter . lyix Walter Schwartixg C. Lvix Floyd Schwexker Leo Joshua Stephens Louis Herman Stolzenberg Edgar Carpenter Wilson William Herman Trinke Hugo Biersach Marc Bocuslawsky- Floyd Goodrich Carpenter George Frederick Christians Roy Johx Crisse ' i Roger Stanley Charles . llyx Stephen- Tolma.v Bergh Horace Hobart Buggie William Henry Burhop Herbert Theodore Burrow Carl Edgar Dietze igi2 . lbert Ernest Greenwood Carl Richard Hoff.mann Bexxo Ernest Kiechi.k Edg.yr Xorsman Hans Henry Ruedep.usch Allen Skin.ner 1913 Gu - Thompson Ellis Robert Fred Gronzo L RK Hadley Hoskins Hugo Ki ' echenmeister Francis Stewart Lamb HiNMAN Rayworth Moore 523 Clubs Hughes SmileY Totman Dahlberg Cariicross ' johiisoit lieattie oiiM-r Kammltide Richards Ernst Garland Conlin Axley Bean Stollard Doty Gibson Docrschiik McNuhv Blank Jackson je-ritt Vcbbink Dieter Weir Larav. ' ay Ains ee Butz Hulcc itiljr tocfe Club riysi Sciiieslcr James Bernard AIcXulty .... President Robert Flint Smiley I ' ice-President Stephen Girard Kammlade Francis Edward Huser . . Secretary Treasurer Ja.mks Elliott .Ainslek Walter Axley Arthur Christopher Baer William Ldckhart Baird Harrie .Xlhekt Baker RiiY Perry Bean James Grey Beattie RussEL Bernard Bieri George August Blank Clifford Bentz Bl ' llis Elmer . eneas Carxcross Georce Byron Carter Paul Hardinger Chapman Bernard Henry Conlin Arnolii Orlando Dahi .berg Hi NRY l.AWREXrK Deiu ' .ink ii.ij AM Ai.r.KRT Dieter John Ja.mes Doerschuk Walter Ali!ert Popke 1 I Kk I law Walter Rockwooij Uunwiddie Claude Ernst Harold Guernsey Frost John Jefferson Garland James Second Semester . . Walter Axley . . Ray Stillman Hl ' lce , . Henry Lawrence Debbink . . Robert Marshall Murphy ()i ' .iE Edward Gif,son Ekbie Lee Harrison Elmf.r Howard Hughes Ray ' Stillman Hulce Francis Edward Huser William L LCOI.M Jackson Hugh Christian Johnson Stephen Girard Kammlade Elmer James Kii.patkuk Eldred Klausek Fred Tait Larawan- L RK Freeman McXown Jami;s Bernard McXulty Frank McHu( .h .Arnold Ivan Maxwell Robert Marshall Mirphy ' Griffith Richards Robert Flint Smiley Harvey ' George Smith John Earl Stai.lakd Arthl ' r Franiis Suk Oscar Trv(A " k Slagsvol Willard Chandler Thompson Claire Carleton Totman Henry ' eir 524 Clubs M-rn .m I ' .niki-r L,ifh Pjhighoijt Wehrzvt ' in Schociiwuun DoK-rsrhnk Withers Scott Hanson Khtmh Vainpolsky Anderson Luther Harris Hulce Meyer Weir JUank Countrp Hifr Club First Semester Carl Hugo Haxscix J ' resulenl Kenneth Jesse .Mathesox .... Vice-I ' resideiil Hugo Gottfried Nichoi.aus Klump. Secretary mid Treasiirei Martin Anderson Seri eaiit-at-.lnns Second Semester Thomas Luther Harris Alfred Henry Meyer John Sinandl Klinka Carl Hugo Hanson I Oliver Eii ) V ' .akek Paul Philip IIa.nkek George August Blank John James Doersuhuk James Edward Glasspoole John Cameron Graham Thomas Luther Harris R. Y Stili.max lli ' i.cE JoHX SlX.WIIL Kl-IXKA I ' .FN lAMIX UdN.M.Il LkITH Ernest Leonard Luther William Oscar EILAHN Alfred Hexry Meyer Ezra Leoxidas Mokcian Henry Andrew Pflughoeft LeRoy Schoenmanx Verner Ephriam Scott George Simox Weiikweix James Hexun W ' kik Riir.EKT Casl Withers Cei il Ia( iir. ' am 1 ' (ii.si iCIiihB J n,: s .r . ' - .rX- J .r .- St:li!oiiio ' i-iU J!ini ii .Sclirciti ' r Kiniiiett Witte Snfoss . hiiy I ' ampn sky Doslal Socialist Club Cradiialcs SELir, Peri.man Pktfr Ai-KXaxiii-;k Spkkk Emu. Ehwix Wittk Carl Hfrmax HAE.iSLER Fred Merk David Joseph Saposs niij Bernard Diistai. Sami ' ei. ScHErTER liiHX JllllxSd.V SlU.MIDT Boris Emmeit Rylakd Boorman Anxa Mercv Bexjamin Hermax Si hlomijmtz I9I4 Glenn Patterson Turner Herbert Schreiter Cecil Jacob Yampolskv Harry VvDowncH 526 Clubs ifi ' inrith Samp Bitser Lmdt-rs Whaley Gougtr E an SchUck Voytr Barfu ' t CatJ)oIic tulicnts association " iLAS Hexkv Whalev President Alfred Leo Buser Vice-President Walter Hubert Schleck Treasurer Arnold Anton Heinrich Secretary (Ctccutibc Committee ' iLAs Henry Whaley Leonard Eugene ' over Edward Joseph Samp Kenwood Ecan Carl John Lueders Arnold Anton Heinrich Walter Huhert Schleck Phillip Charles Gouger Committrr Ciiairmrn Samuel Lyman Baruer Kenwood Egan . . . Entertainni, nt Press 5 7 Cliiba Kearney HayJ.-u ScIiIadzveiUr Rvait Murphy Boyle c. jr. m. (Yonnij Women ' s Calliolic .Issocicition) Amanda Marik Bodden Ursula Ann Brennan Margaret Loretta Collentine ESTELLE CoRKV EsTia.i.i; .M ADAi.iNE Didier Anna AIargaket Ha ies LoRETTo Frances Han nan Hilda Lins Sarah Regina T.ongfield Marie Mathilda Martin Mars- Iu.liix MrKi ' in ' Marv Xcirris Sarah Esticlle O ' Haka AcNics Rai-i:rt - Teresa Marie Rvan Katiierine Schladweiler Tiii ' .oDdUA Geneva Sihmirler- 5 - 8 Slube ' ilkciis07i S ' coviil Marlatt Dohnteu Loomis Mead Stewart Mutfhler Turmr BoU Fleming Whit,- Davis Richards Kithtts Hov. ' c Piper Pjuud Lioyd-Jones I ' orgey Cutbruics Club Fern Esther Boll President Anna Richards Vice-President Hazel Marguerite Mead Secretary Anna Pfund Treasurer Faculty Members Agnes Challoner Alice Marie Loomis Leona Hope Abby Marlatt Annabell Turner Graduate Member Edna Evans IQII Fern Esther Boll Christmas Marv Kelly Nora Buell Clarissa Augusta Kuhns Elizabeth Mary Da is Alice Lloyd- Jones Anita Louise Dohmen Hazel Marguerite Mead Marie Leone Fess ' i;ra ' iRr,iNL Mutchli-.r CiRAi i: Carkh:r Hovvk Anna Peund Rome Marie VoR .l ' . iyi2 Mary Martha Wallace Bunnell Luella Mai Scovill Anna Rhea Fleming Laura Miriam Stewak ' i- Margaret Amelia 1 ' iper Lottii; W ' ilkenson Anna Ru hards Mai-: White 529 €lube EDNA HOWARD President CoUrgc Cqual Suffrage Hcague Headquarters oj Fifth Az ' enuc. Neic ] ' ork City Officers Miss Carey Thomas, Bryu Ma-wr Collct e. Bryn Maivr, Pennsylvania President Miss Martha Gruening J ' ice-President gfiatiiBon Branch Mrs. Henrietta Crane Lyman President Miss Mary Janet ' an Hise Secretary Collrcr (ilhaptctB Edna Howard President Esther Perky Secretary Julia Heaton Austin Treasurer 530 " :ii!i;i|ili| m . :n: ' iiiiliv ' !i:i:i;;!ii: ' i ' ' ' :i ::; ' ' i m ; ' i|iiii,ii:!:i ' : ' iiii!ii:0!ii!iH ' ' :; ilV ' ; Mf!::i ' 5 ' ' i.iH!! " ' ' i ' -: ' ' ii ' i ' i ' " . ' ■■■■:■ ' :: ' mS. |i ii ' ' V- i:; " ' ii:i;. i Hi.|i::;;v ' i ' ; Df tfie €U of 1912 Published once rrcn ' year, for one year, by Recalcitrant } ' enibers of the Badger Board, zvho didn ' t realir.e zi ' hat they zee re nf against. iforttoortj As DAY FOLLOWS NK HT, AS SPRIXG ENSUES UPON WINTER. AS REMORSE IS THE SUCCESSOR OF EXAMINATION WEEK JUST SO THIS PORTION OF OUR VOLUME SUPPLEMENTS WHAT HAS GONE BEFORE. And as day OUTSHINES NIGHT. AS SPRING OUT- CLASSES WINTER, AND AS REMORSE IS PREFERABLE TO EXAMS. » JUST SO DOES THAT WHICH NOW FOLLOWS SURPASS THE EARLIER SECTIONS OF OUR BoOK. We. the UNFORTUNATES WHO HAVE INHERITED THAT WHITEST OF White Elephants, the so-called " Lit Section, " do feel MOST poignantly GRIEVED AT THE INACCURATE. INADEQUATE. AND hopelessly misleading manner in which our University Life has been depicted on the preceding pages. =f There- fore, to correct False Ideas. — to accord to our Readers a com- plete and .accurate Presentation of Things as They Are, vu have made our section " The Real Badger. " and HAVE covered ONCE MORE THE FIELD SO UNFAITHFULLY PORTRAYED BY OUR Sister Departments. We are not .Muck-rakers ; we are not Insurgents; we are NOT Alarmists; nor yet are we Pessimists! R. ther are we Purveyors of Fact and Portrayers of Truth ! And as the one Accurate. Unbiased, Fair-minded ' i:ar Book, we submit S3I t!Li)t Eral " Baticcr Detiication ■ • ' AK arc wo from Home, and Lonely is onr Lot. Great are our Tribulations and many g our Trials. Sad indeed would be our lives but for the Tender Affection and Sweet Solicitudes of Her who has always been our Guardian Angel. We have been enhun- gered and she has fed us — on hash; we have been athirst and she has given us drink — from old Mendota : we have been in need and she has called up jn us — for money. Where shall we look for her Equal — or even her Better Half ' ' To Her who stays up to .greet us when Late are our Hours, — to Her whose sole thought is for our Happiness and Content — to Our Landlady, is this book solemnly and lovingh dedicated. iiijjjiimfll|i WANTED — A L. . l)l.. i)V 532 ffihf Krai TBanort %0 ssfe ? ' :h THl-: CAMPUS AFTER DARK CNew Picture) Light spots indicate — fireflies and cigarettes — note total al seiice liable ot pmmor Book I Gents and Rc-( ciits Book ] I Class Distinctioiis Chap. I Seen Years ( classic ) Chap. 2 June Years (much class) Cha]). . Other Years ( ontclassed I Book III College Strife Chap. I Bad Actors Chap. 2 Forensic Gymnastics Chap. , Jaundiced Journals Book I ' Denatured Athletics Chap. 1 J ' arsity Brand Cha]). 2 Cainf iis Contortions C vA ). T, Co-ed Capers Book ' Greek luUiin Cluhs Cha]). 1 Masculine Chap. 2 Other than Masculine I dare Ti ' r say " feminine " ) BcKiK I l onorarx Aff( re ations BiiiiK 1 1 Other . ' l( i re (itions I not necessarily dishtoiorahle ) Cha]). I Class Gangs Cha]). 2 J f ' omen ' s Cliciues Cha]). , Clubs f composed of all the big Sticks) Book I II Literchoor BodK l Graft in . Id ' certising i 533 of co-eds Eht Real iBaDBft Tlie Board of Regents is as necessary to the L " iii ersity as is Benny Snow ' s Yamma Yanima Dance to his experiments on Sugar. They say the l)est board in iladison is only $4.25 (Advertisement for the Irving Kennels), hut this Board is certainly worth more than that. It consists of JNIany People — each one being Great in his own Weigh. They come together whenever there is any Money in the Treasury and decide whether to build a new Agric building or to buy Something Xice for the Girls. They tneet in the President ' s Office, which is just around the corner from the Registrar ' s file of Kon-Resident Students, or Easy Money. In this they are like the Student Conference, but the similarity stops there, for they are not Socialists — and besides, they really Accomplish things, nor do the Members have to be Dragged to Meetings with a Rope. The Regents can do anything they want to — from abolishing Examinations or making it a criminal offense to attend Eight O ' clocks. down to having the gymnasium Cleaned Once a year. They can also regulate the Breadth of Hiestand ' s Smile. They are as Wise as Billy Scott, as Politic as Reinsch. as Charitable as Lenny Smith, and as Pers ' istent in their Policy as Sol Levitan. In the immortal words of the Board ' s ex-President, thev " have neither Horns nor cloven Hoofs. " I ' Kia-S lU-SII IN WHKRE STUDENT.- VE. K TO T.UK.M) (It ' c ' yc soyry tlic kc shozvs so ' laiiily) S34 Ctif Sral 3aD(!rr GENTS OR FACULTY 1 HL I Al-.l.NEt President Charles R. ■A - Hise. Ph. D.. A.D.T. Secretary of State Charles P. Cary, S. G. A. Secretary of the Treasury L. J. Pickarts. I. O. U.. R. S. ' . P. Secretary of liar Sergeant Atkins, P. D. Q. Secretary of the Xazy Harry ' ail. F. F. F. Secretary of the Interior " Doc " Evans, M. D.. Q. E. D. Secretary of Labor James Claude Elsom, B. ' . D. Pastmaster Generally Charles McCarthy. A. P. A. Charles Richard Van Hise A. B.. Bachelor of Apfrofriations, State Legislature, igo LL. D., Doctor of Lobbying, State Legislature, igii We are proud of Charles, he is so distinctly a home-product. He was one of us to begin with, — he drilled, just like all the rest of us, — is said to have painted a professors cow green — to have tried letting him- self into his room with a B K key. and to have fussed madly the Pi Phis — or whatever the sportiest bunch was in those days. He has sur- vived the dog wagons — has successfully dodged the laundry collectors and was a charter member of the mustache club. His beard has been hacked by Madison ' s barbers, his clothes scorched by Madison ' s near- tailors, his patience e.xhausted by Madison ' s professors. He has puri- fied athletics, has suffered with the Student Conference, and as a crowning act in his conservation movement has planted the g m forest, the sturdy trees of which now cleave the clouds and almost hide the V. M. C. A. He stands for Utilitarianism and indeed he stands for a good many things that lots of profs wouldn ' t stand for, for a minute. More Power to him. Thtn ,_ - ,™,. „ ,.., . n ' - I ' f ' ' ' ■ ' • ite " till Nam THE GVM FOREST OR WH. T CONSERVATION HAS DONE FOR WISCONSIN 535 SCjje Efal ' BaliBet Dkax Edwarii Birge, KB " Hcan Dirge " i. C. (Bachelor of Cons) . . . University of It ' isconsiu. ii o Ph. D. (Doctor of Phhincks) . . L ' niirrsily of Wisconsin. ii;ii Dean Birge is best known as theautlior of that touching volume: •T.etters to Lonesome Parents; or: Madam. Your Son is a Donehcad. " His office is considered the most inhospitable spot in Madison, not except- ing 250 Langdon. He— the Bean— has a way of maliing vou feel like a Shameless Liar, even when you tell him the truth. He is considered an able chairman of the Faculty Reception Committee and has shown that even in a large college it is possible for the relations between professors and students to become Intimate. H in doubt about train schedules ask him — he always knows the quickest way for you to leave town. His duty is to kill off the Fatted Prodigals and let the Calves return home. Here we have the last trace of the Spanish Inqtiisition at its worst. Joseph Jastrow Ph. B. (Phrog Brainist) Professor of Sigh Collegy Professor Jastrow became a member of our glorious faculty after a hasty dash through several institutions of Hired Education, dragging after him a string of degrees, dessicated frogs and pigeons. He understands pigeons perfectly— in fact, they say he speaks Pigeon English. He teaches Sigh Collegy, yet he is very small in stature; this merely brings out the difference in Sighs between the professor and his subject. His one mis- fortune is that Herpicide wasn ' t discovered soon enough. Harry Limax Russell Head Sqitce:c in .4g Collct e Degrees: rnnientionable. St ccialty: Adi ' crtising Weight: .jjo ring-side Dean Russell lives in Majestic modesty in the big house back of the cheese factory which the university provides, him. Daily he wends his way whither and thither, chiefly whither, between said house and the Deanery. The Ags. big . gs. little -Ags. middle-sized . gs. all the Ags. look upon him with reverence and respect. ( )f all the deans he is the biggest dean. For three years his challenge has been unmolested — to meet all comers at 41H) ring-side, or 415 at three in the afternoon. Ouotation: " Moo. Moo. .Moo. " Eugene Aristophanes Gilmore B.4A! Baa! Hazi. z ' ard Professor of La-w. .-iuthority on Water Pozi ' cr. Authority (Emi- nent) Five-Mile Limit. Authority (Pre-eminent) Phantas- magorical Queries. Eugene lives up on the Heights (L niversity. not ( Jlympian) in a large, rambling house. Here he evolves question after question which he daily exudes to the law Studes. who glory in the immense Practicality of the problems. Eugene is chairman of the faculty social committee. He is re- fined, gentlemanly, courteous, CON-descending, and withal a scholar and seeker after knowledge in the abstract. . " " ) 536 t)c Eral TPatiort Carl Russel Fish " Lily " There is no sweeter sight in the Faculty than the cherubic visage of our Carl. He stood high in the class at kindergarten and equal honors awaited his career at Brown and Harvard (not ■■Brown of Harvard ). His specialty is History, or a Parsimonious Peep at People of the Past, but he lives muchly in the Present and can smoke Durham as stolidly as the most hardened habitue of the Wisconsin Union. Incidentally, he is unmarried. Neither is he one of the Great Unsought, for it is well known that he has had several advantageous and flattering offers through the Y. W. C. A. His address, habits, proclivities, etc., will be sent to any aspiring co-ed in a plain wrapper (the address— not the co-ed) upon receipt of covers from four blue-books written in U. S. History. ' lLL- KD G. BlKVEK Prof. ISleyer is our Department of Journalism. He teaches everything from Fancy Advertising down to Editorial Writing. The vast development of the Department is entirely due to his tiresome efforts. It now has an enrollment of ten students (six men. two girls, two N ' ormalites) and twelve fraternitv men. The Department had a shave last fall when there was talk of reorganizing the College of Journalism, but that was such a close shave that it hasn ' t needed one since. The Department is kept in the northeast corner of the cellar of Main Hall, where no one will be bothered by it unless he is acutlly looking for trouble. Down there It amuses Itself with the Press Bureau— a harmless channel for stale news between the Depart- ment and the outside world, where things are really going on. The Depart- nent is young and good-looking and will make some nice little girl very happy. -It ' s a loiuj lecture tliat lias no incaning- Peo-fusskr Kind - He is more than his name implies— he is an unimpeachable darling! He got through the University of Nebraska through a Delta Tau, and iiow he is here to lend respectability to all society functions. He teaches Ger- man as he has learned it from the Kaiser ' s letters and the cook at the Irving, where he lives. He has a piano in his room (which has a com- manding view of the Alpha Phi porch), and he plays five-finger exercises twelve hours out of every ten— so say the Gamma Phis. He has joined the Heart, Shave-oftener, and Marks, circulating library of nobby habiliments, and wears his many suits with an air of poise envied by every man at 16 Mendota Court. He, too, is Single, but Susceptible. Alfred Luke Peter Dennis Princeton Once ALP was the center of a seething whirl-pool of Student . ftairs. Thev circulated about him. they caught him in their midst and unsettled his ' Xapolconic equilibrium, thev wafted him to regions ethereal. Today all is calm oblivion. Wliv this change? Whence: ' W herefore? Co forth, gentle Reader, to the cool jiastures and ask Bill llannan, ask W alt Buchen, ask t he Daily Cardinal from whence comes all Knowledge, and verily if these cannot ' tell vou. Jack Childs will do so, for he is the Fountain head. In his less lucid intervals, ALP teaches history, lie plunges into the deep abyss of Indian lore, he seizes wisps of intellect from the doings of Par- liament, he mingles them freelv with a few dates and mixes carefully into a stringy batter. Kat freely, little one. ' twill make thouest a man. Onolation: " seen my duty and 1 done it (almost)! " 5. 7 i)c IRral " BatiGcr LtiL ' is Kahlenberg Though a third cousin by Divorce to Looie the Bowler, he can ' t even hit the head pin. His lectures on Chemistry, when translated into English, are found to be largely composed of Anti-cigarette arguments, notes on the evils of Drink, reasons for not walking on the Grass, and orations against the canoe on Mendota. Then in examinations he forgets what tlie course has been about and asks questions on Chemistry. He can ' ' write " in En- glish, anyway, and is the sole author of what is perhaps the best illustrated Chemistry on the market. It looks well on your desk and is fine for a paper-weight or to throw at the dog. At heart, Looie is a good scout, and we scorn the idea that he inspired that song about " Cheer up. Kahlie, you ' ll soon he dead. " Julius Caesak Olson Professor of Poetic Platitudes. Degree: Superlative Here we have a Genius still at large. Is he sleepy, fierce, or merely wrapped in impenetrable folds of Inspiration? Ah, who can say! At least there is hope, for now he is a Benedict, and mayhap the soothing sym- phony of connubial felicities may cause his budding soul to soar to those ethereal realms where personal pulchritude is as naught, but where the beauty of the Spirit and of thought Divine shall reign in transcendent Glory through Eons Eternal. EvANItER BkAltl.KY AlcGlLVARV Evander Bradley has liad a varied career. Besides surviving several cars as a minister, he was missionary to China or Tenny I ' ark, or some ihcr equally heathen place. Perhaps it was among the Cannibal tribes I luit he learned to " eat ' em alive; " anyhow, those who take Philosophy under him are completely swallowed up. According to Evander, the Ulti- mate is the Sub-reality of an Incontinent Being Eviscerated by Concord- ,int Forces, and so combining the Innate Ideas as to evolve Perception in tlie Dominant Mind— But we don ' t believe it. Haruv Saucer Richards The Dean. Harvard, hm ' a — and elsezvhere Degrees — Cum Laude. Ad Infinitum, etc. Mister Richards, (it is customary to speak of a real dean as " Mister) is the monarch of all he surveys— in the law school. Ordinarily Harry is kept busy explaining to the outside world the wonderful good which a law school is to the state, and the fact that it is numbers, not quality, which counts. Harrv has been an immense success as a dean. He has sent some on their way rejoicing— to Marquette. Others he has strewn by the way-side. Every year he foists several graduates on the unsus- pecting community. Aside from law. Harry ' s specialty is jokes. He is an inveterate joker, and can con a man with the most smiling face of any of the Scyllas and Charidybses of the Law School. Quotation: " Sleep, gentle sleep. " H. C. liixL Xot a Ringer Perhaps never was the I ' niversity so fortunate as when it acquired I )octor f!ell. The girls fight to get into his classes and this has the ad- vantage of ridding the other classes of their prese nce. He is more popu- lar than Tanglefoot on an August day, but not so stuck up. He goes to every Reception that is advertised, though he was once so embarrassed that he put U All Know Mints in his tea. and carried two lumps of sugar home to his room-mate. His best friends call him " Billiken. " or the God of things as the Girls would like to have them. 538 ffijjf Krai ' Balieet 4.=i k. ' ,f % )t Campus Idcautiful 539 ®bf Krai ' Banefr Class Btstinctions ' een Pcate Have Vou Seenyour Summaries? Carrol Oly Bicklehaupt. r I B Degree B. S. (Bicklehaupt — Spencer) A rare specimen from Aberdeen H. S. Obscurity (1); Budding Cenius (1). (2): Yellow Hell-.Mutt: Buchen (3), (4); Rockford College Prom 13): Badger Bored l3); keeper at Gamma Phi Stage Entrance (4); Pantorium Press Club: number. 1323: Malt Club (1), (2). (3). |4): Reformers ' League: S. (honorary member): Near-Moustache Union (4). Thesis; How to Put the Kibosh on the Chi Psi in the Case. " ll ' ho ' s to keep me from iiiarryin ' SpeiidSir. ' " .Tealous ol Door- Co-Op G. A. Albert H. Ochsnek, . r A Iliitcred as a Freshman in the Prime of Life Public Speaking (1). (2): Wislynx; C. M. St. P. Section Gang (3); International Club (1). Mascot (2), Patron Saint and Interpreter (3), (4); Hair Lip Cast (2), (3); Pinchot Club. Founder: Cigarette League: Pali Malls (1): Fatimas (2); Durham (3). (4). Thesis: The Need of International Treaties to Prevent Race-Suicide: or: What is to be Gained by a World-wide Peace " ] ' onlh and Iwauly. pluck all (jace my way. " n.LiAM J. P. . berg Chadlntnrne Halt Student Inference (2): M jj. Regulars (1), (2), (3l; University Regi- ment (1). (2): Midnight (.)il Association U). (2), (3): Spoke to a Girl on the Hill (1); Took a Co-ed to Al ' s (2); Barker U. W. Circus (3); Good- fellowship League (1), (3), (3); Alford Bros. (2): International Club-house .Sandwich (3). Thesis: What Co-educalimi lias Done ior .Me. " I ' d raliicr fuss titan be President. " John Fraser. Joonior, K K I ' " jack " — OF HEARTS -. and .S. — (Loving and Stage-life) Varsity Auto Club (1): tllad Hand Club (1). (2). (3); Made a (iood Recitation (2); Class Politics (1). (2), (3): ' ote of . dmiration from Kehl ' s Ahursday Night Class (2): Stage Hand (D; |2), Ci ' i) : Mystic Circle: Gertrude Ken (1); Mable Mas (2); Unattached but Hopeful (3). Thesis: The Way to be an .Mlround Man withoul I ' .eing a Rounder or . round Iler. . want is a Real Leading Lady. S40 Slbe Eeal TBaDefr Bennkt p. Stile " Siiiilcr. " " The Spartan Youth " Hysteria (1), (2). (3); Freshman Blow-up (1); Tough Joint Debate (3); Cautious Fusser; Varsity Crusaders (2). (3). H); Black Brat; Rest Gym (1) (2): Telephone No. 666; Sigma Nu Oracle (4); Sphinx Humorist; Football ' , Rooter (1). (2). (3), (4). Thesis: The Essentials of a Politician, or How I dot My Start. " onix there ' tccre soxieone with eiiougli intelligence to appreciate my full worth. " Walthf.r a. Buchex, A r, A ■! Theresa (home town — not a telephone girl) Dog Wagon (1), (2); Founder Birchard-Buchen Student -Xctivity Trust; X ' arsity Cynic; Heartless Badger Literary Chairman (3); Blacklisted by Sororities (3); Student Conference, Proprietor (4); Press-tige Club; Tele- phone. 65; Collar Size. 14;,-;; Shoe Size. 10 D: V. I. C. A. (,4); Presi- dent (4). Thesis: Comments on Kiplings " " A Rag. a Bone, and a Hank of Hair. " with Special .Application to Wisconsin Co-eds. " Nobody loves me; everybody hates me; Pm going out into garden and eat zcornis. " Gertrude Kitchell " the k. ns.- s cyclone " Publicity Course House of a Thousand Candles (1), ' (2) ; Alpha Phi (3), (4), Chaperone (4); Adviser to Bertha Kitchell (2). (3). (4): Investigating Committee. S. G. A. Bankruptcv; Pitia. ( Irator (3); t--ootball Manager (4); Short Course Prom (4); Chadbourne Fire Brigade, Captain |4); Whatever Job She Might Want t4). Thesis: Boss-well, the Life of Johnson. " She hath a round, unthinking face. " Hhrcert W. Becker " nemo " — FROM THE L. TIN " NOBODY " Self-advertising — (Special Course) Degree — The Limit Freshman Crow. Coxswain (1); Blue Helmet (1), (2); Hat Size, 10; Even Dozen (1); Theta Front Porch (2); Summer School Hangover (1) ; Barnacle Club {1 . (2); Bird Class (1); Sad-bird Class (2). Thesis: Me. " A crew hat must malce me look- like something " (.Xote.—ft does.) ,i ► John L. Childs Y. M. C. A. Dash of Cold Water Club; Cardinal Deep Dye Works. Reporter (1), (2); Muck Raker (3). (4); Discoverer of " Scum of Wisconsin Society " (4); Talks with Jorgenson (frequently); Desirable V. M. C. . . Job (soon after): Anti-Fussing Club (of necessity); Woman ' s Suffrage I eague; Correspond- ence Course in Editorial Writing (3). (4): Gym No. 999. Thesis: How to Make a College Daily a Cross Between an . d. Journal and a Back Number of the Democrat, and Still Have Room for Inspiring Editorials. " John Childs and the Y. M. C . .-J. forever. V. LTER BrUNOW Entered from Mihvaukee -with a Big Splash Rowing Machine Class (1). (2); Student (1). (2), (3), (4), (5); Crew Hat Trophv (I); L ' niversitv Army, Private ll). Colonel (2). Corporal ( i . Captain (4) ' . Private (5); Beef Trust (5); Miss Trust (4); Musical Appre- ciation (3); Pro Fusser (disqualified for holding); . stronomy (4). Thesis: . Comparison of the Kffects of Moonlight and Moonshine on a Man ' s Vocabulary. " The Stag at Eve had Ihnnk his fill. " 541 She Kcal BaBort Kaki. Mowrv Mann, A H A j ' n ? Luke City Mrs. Stuyvesant-Fish of Kappa Sig Society: 4C Prom (2) (3): Tennis Cliih. Cliampion of Ladies ' Singles (4); Custodian of Kappa Sig Jews Harp: Beauty Prize (3) (4): Mendota .Tippecanoe Club; Heart Breakers ' League, President (4); Mortar Board; (). and V.; Track iRailroad) (3). (4). Thesis: Treatise on Fussing: a Conceit. " A Matin ' s a man for a ' that. " Pktkr Mukphy Douu ' stic Science Germanistische Gesellschaft (1). (li): .Ministerial Association; Castalia; Phi Beta Kappa (nearly); W. C. T. L ' .: Red-Headed Domino; Chief of Class-Rush Police (4). (5); Tried Out for Janitor of Monastics (4): Bid Delta Gamma (3); Pledged Chi Omega (3). Thesis: Housing Conditions . mong the Poor, with Special Reference to the Phi Delta Phi House. ' Il ' liy wasn ' t I burn rich iiistelad of handsome? " J.VMKS Rkeva . dams Sl ccial Coarse in Bacteriology (Bugs) Boy Scouts (D, Good Scouts (2), (3); Beauty Club (1), (2), (3); Monte Carlo Girls (1), (2); Chaperone Theta Delta Chi Prom Party (3); Skin of the Teeth Club (D, (2); Caught Napping and Out (3); Chadbourne Hall Police (3). Thes Not Finished. Quotation : Censored. Lois Wakefikld, B O n Letters and Science Brass Helmet; Iron Cross; Supporter of " Red ' s Prom " (3); Vice- Pres- ident of Junior Class (as promised); Hobble .Skirt (3); Prioress of Kappa Convent (3); Junior Play Ring (3). Thesis: Women in Politics: or. What a Co-ed Can Get. " A little beauty is a dangerous thing. " Pktkr Pikrcf, a r lintered as an Insult Special from Illinois Pete Pierce Admirers ' Club, Founder, President, Vice-President, Sec- retary, Treasurer, Quorum, (membership limited — waiting list lost); Uni- versity Band (His Own Horn) (2), (3); Mistake Circle; Near Minstrel (3). Thesis: How, After All Gall Was Divided into Three Parts. 1 Hap- pened to Get an Overdose. " Who left the gate open? " Ike Bernstein, Z V The Little Brother of the Rich Hammer and Tongs: Ancient and Honorable Order of Hibernians; Ciym-Jams; Filler ' s Playground Committee (2); Red Cross Corps (2), (3); Elsom ' s Rest Class (3); Bernstein and Co.. Incorporated (3); Capacity (2 gallons) (4). Thesis: What 1 Think of the , thletic Dei .nrtment (Expurgated). " e.vpcct I ' ll haze a leinning team this year. " 542 Clif Rfal " IBatiijcr FRAT ROSHINQ _ ,V ' _ ' — RUSH FOR THHRHIN SUSH FOR 8Al)litVv ■T RUSH AT THt ' fUUfR Cl)c t usl) 543 ®be Ecal TBaliefr C0LLE6C 5TRrE ilal) actors Zbc Sraaon The Wisconsin Stage has fairly Hoated with talent this year. Sometimes we almost wish it had drowned instead of floating. The general tone of the productions has been high — particularly that of the Glee Club, which was pitched in the High Seas. If only they had sung " Where is My Wandering Boy Tonight (written by a Gamma Phi) we think they would have been nearly as good as a Salvation Army orchestra. The Mandolin Club tinkled harm- lessly, and helped lill up the stage with borrowed dress suits. Never before w-ere so many tears shed by a Madison audience as over the deep acting " of Edwin Booth : and never did any production get the laugh that was handed to the Haresfoot. The Junior Play proved to be the best practical joke in years. W hen the Chairman of the Play Committee stepped in front of the asbestos in a bullet-proof coat, to explain that the show was over and the janitor wanted to go home. Marc Heiman was the only man who could smile; the rest were in mourning over the good shekels they had wasted. All shows look alike to Marcus — especially if they are burlesques. The Union Vaudeville was the worst Gym Jam in years — even seats on the girders were high. Maybe that was why the show was so far below its audience ; maybe it was because it smacked of Pete Pierce ' s refined comedy. But at least we suffered in a good cause. In the name of Charity it is impossible to review the plays and name the players. Let it suffice that next year there will be much room for improvement. (Signed) .- x Optimist. 3 — i!icKi-;i.H. i ' i ' Ts — 3 r.KRlHT COMP. ' XNV 5M 2El)c Krai 11?a6(jfr lo — I Some of Ihe best things of the year never management as to hoiv tliey zvould be received such meritorious endeavors go unnoticed we ofisis of each. " BONESTEEL W[LL Pl.AV. " A musical farce with one star part. The hero enters craftily, dodging the peals of applause and bananas, allows his soul to percolate into the audience through the medium of a slide trombone and exits right toward hospital. Too refined. " Rkd ' s Prom " (formerly knozvn as the Junior Prom) .■Xnother Problem Play — the problem be- ing — if graft is two cents per cubic foot, why, hasn ' t Wisconsin a new boat house? In the last act the Committee votes itself a refund of personal expenses, and the cur- tain falls with the leading man taking a train for Chicago. Brilliant lighting effects — special costumes. " Hobbled H. zing„ or " The Court Courteous. " Melodrama. Two acts and a mob scene. 5— 20 were staged, thru a doubt on the fart of the by a Wisconsin Audience. Rather than let report them here zvitli a Heart to Heart syn- Local setting. Realistic Lake efifect. No hero — all villains. Fight all over the stage. Law and order triumph, the .Anarchists are driven back to iNlerk ' s rooming house, and the Student Court can sleep soundly once more, as it slept for a full year previous. ' ' As Things Should Be " ' or " Trousers Triumphant. " near tragedy by the Anti-Fussers ' Club. This play had a peculiar heart interest. The villains insinuate into the Student Mind a plan providing that all girls run accounts at Schwoegler ' s in their own names. This evokes a weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth from our young lady students. They prevail in the end, and the last act shows a scene on L niversity Drive by star- light with all the Disadvantages of Coedu- cation lost to sight The Orchestra V (■ Stage Entrance S4S Sriif Krai TBaBcrr Krbifto of the Sraaon (Being d Jciiioiislnilioii that rcady-iiiadc revica ' s fit just as ii ' f as those made by an expensive tailor.) We started the season with prospects bright for a championship team, provided of conrse that the other teams were not as strong as we were. With ten " W " men in the game we were showing up fine in practice. Then the season began and that showed us up again. The FacuUy showed its interest by removing the old men, who of course were useless any- way, so giving the coach a chance to try out new material. In spite of such minor difficulties as small-pox and gym itch the men worked noljly and the spirits of our loyal supporters revived. The Athletic Association voted six dollars to buy horse-blankets for the squad and the fellows were so touched by this show of generosity unprecedented at Wisconsin that they redoubled their efforts. We nearly won several games — the score being the only thing not in our favor. After many discouragements not fcireseen at the beginning of the season, the men went into the final game determined to " come back. " They did. They came back to Madison. On the wh(ile it has been a very successful year — financially — and if the faculty is abolished next year as several have suggested, we should have a championship team at Wisconsin. f.- ihi;k AM) Till-; luj ' ,.- FACULTY Al Ul.l-rU .S 546 SEfee Keal IBaOcer (A ' eii ' S Note. — Athletic Director I ' .liler is to give a three-fifths course on " Phiygrouiid Gaines. " Many Prominent men have enrolled.) 547 Womrn ' s atJ)lrttrs Afltc. — H ' oincii ' s .-itliiclu ' s iiuindc " Rest Classes. " ivlucli try to furnish tlie Co-eds with some much-needed Beauty Sleef ' , and Corrective Gymnastics where Bent Axles are straight- ened by the Crawling System, an expose of which follows: 3Ehc Cratoltr ' B aDuaOrillf " Will you creep a little faster? " cried a maiden in dismay. " There ' s a Spinal Curve behind me, and she ' s getting in ray way. And a Chronic Indigestion is just plowing thru the dirt — Won ' t you creep a little faster, or I surely will get hurt? " " C) they told me when I entered that my hack was far from straight, And a much more graceful carriage I must learn to cultivate. And no matter what ' s the trouble, there ' s one remedy for all — Just get dowm upon your hands and knees, and crawl, and crawl, and crawl. " There are many variations of this fundamental act, . nd here is where the danger lies — this is a solemn fact — For to cure a crooked shoulder you must wave your arm on high, . nd presently you ' re apt to find your thumb in someone ' s eye. " Will you, won ' t you, will you, won ' t you, won ' t j-ou come and crawl? Will you, won ' t you, will you, won ' t 3-011, won ' t you come and crawl? " % )t Circus The Circus was all the program said it WDuld he — which is the worst thing we can say ahout it. The Parade was only two hours late in starting, and contained some of the best liK iking ice-wagons in Madison. On the whole, it rese nbled a cross between a Grocers ' picnic and a Socialist demonstration. The three thoit- sand spectators were comfortably situated in two thousand seats, where they heard " C)n Wisconsin " played 237 times b - 47 near bands, and laughed at the Five ; lile Limit Joke 113 times out of 17(1 from sheer ennui. There were only go clowns to get between the .spec- tators and the performance, and thev slept most of the time, anyway. It was a fine pro- duction and we hated to see it leave town. AREVOUNOTASPORT ? The Only One in Captivity 548 SThr Krai ' Baticrr SS ' S i ' J S (Equal feuffragr iraguc Follozving are the suggestions of flic Equal Suffrage League, the National Consumers ' League and S. G. A. in Convention Assembled : 1. To IMPOSE AN IMPORT DUTY — AL VALOREM — ON ALL GIRLS P.ROUGHT INTO MaD- ISON FOR FOOTBALL GAMES. DANCES, PROM. ETC. 2. To MAKE IT ILLEGAL FOR A MAN TO BE WITH THE SAME GIRL TWICE A WEEK; AND TO REQUIRE EVERY MAN TO FUSS SIX OUT OF SEVEN NIGHTS. 3. To ESTABLISH A SCHOLARSHIP FOT THE CO-ED • WHO doesn ' t chew gum. 4. To ESTABLISH ANOTHER FOR THE GIRL WHO wouldn ' t " run right HOME AND TELL THE GIRLS ALL ABOUT IT. " 5. Til ESTABLISH A BACHELOR TAX — THE FUNDS .SO RAISED TO GO FOR ANOTHER WOMAn ' s building. 6. To discourage the building of a union, as an unnecessary EXPENSE. amo 1SI1VI30S mwm 1 549 mn Krai " i5atiorr i usic This ma ' Ije due to Pete Mur])h . Pro- Interest ill nuisie is growing like a petition fur new tennis courts, the course in Musical Appreciation, which could tame the ear of even a fessor Coerne(as seen at the left by Cad Brand) is making things hum. Humniing is better than I singing, an way. The | Glee Club was never : flourishing. Someone said I that its growth had been | almost like a weed- rank : hut that person I should have heard them sing before he used that | term. The Cherokee In- dians rendering a war- whoop could scarcely arouse your admiration ] more than do the sonor- _ ous sonatas of Wiscon- sin ' s Pride. The Girls ' Glee Club has learned a new lulla- l.iy — one of these insinu- ating ones, with har- mony like sandy crayon on a black-board. They sing it stolidly as though they were paid for it by the yard, and then expect the audience to burst into sympathetic tears. If only the girls ' Glee Club could face the other way when they sing the effect would lie so much better. The Band also has a new tune — " On Wisconsin. " MANDOLIN CLUl: THE (UKLS GLICH CLUU SSO Ehf Real ■BaBgrr Student Conference ONE XIGHT IX THE PRESIDENT ' S OFFICE. INSPIRKD BV THAT CLASSIC GEM, " TEX NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM, " Being the secretary ' s minutes of the lost meeting of the Student Confere)ice. The air had a dark brown taste — there was something portentuoiis in the very atmos- phere. It was evening and the moon — was carefully excluded by the closely drawn shades. The chairs were well tilled, and the man with the whisk broom whiskers wafted them to and fro with every scintillation of his ruby lips. This was the Student Conference. It was a specially adjourned special meeting to consider the proposed amendment to the Ordinance of 1492. This ordinance had. in conformity with the pure food act, been labelled as " Important " at the previous session by the executive committee, because it provided that thereafter whenever a professor called the roll ( class, not baker ' s ) the student should not make his phvsical infirmities known bv the disrespectful - nglo-Saxon, " HERE " , but should answer in ' the cultured Xorman French, " PRESENT, MONSIEUR. " The c|uestion was thus fundamental in the existence of the university. It had attracted the attention of the students, the Faculty, the Regents, aye. the State Journal, and the entire state. The president opened his lips as if to speak and then closed them, firmly but gently repressing an insistent sneeze. At that, WaltHer (note the Xorman French tendencies of the time in the H) Buchen arose. Putting a cigar craftily in the lower left hand corner of his mouth, WaltHer spoke, gesticulating fiercely with the cigar until it seemed fairly alive. WaltHer spoke for a time, a long time, starting with words of one syllable, and finally reaching the word " phosphorescent " , at which the Conference broke into cheers. Just then a Stripling, for it was indeed he, arose in order to move to a point of order that Mr. Buchen was out of order never having been in order and that in order to be out of order one need only never to have been in order in order to order — at which point someone in the back row shouted, " Two darks and one light, and a seltzer and lemon for the little one. " The president and WaltHer scowled in c oncert, just as though they had prac- tised it. Then Carl Haessler, for it was indeed he, resumed his seat, egotistical in his own triumph, and WaltHer resumed. He said in part, quoting from those immortal words. " I never saw a purple cow. I never hope to see one : But I can tell you anyhow, I ' d rather see than be one. " .- t this point Lee Bidgood, John L. Childs, and David Saposs arose majestically, rushed forward and engaged in a hair-pulling contest to see who should get the floor. From the debris came the gentle voice of Lee. saying softly as it went, " Xeovv thet reminds me of the story of the X ' irgiiiian, whicli I should like tcr tell, except, — Let go of mv hair. Saposs, Gol Durn you, LET GO OF M ■ H.AIR ! ! ! " -At that point. Mr. Sai)oss, for it was indeed he. jumped to the inner track, leaped on the table and with a mighty effort as he swung himself to the chandeliers, muttered in a deep sta.ge-struck breath, " Hurrah for the RED. " { He referred not to Red Parker, but Emma Goldman, at which — .xSf arhf Krai TPalnjrr John L. Childs arose and modestly waving his hands so as to collide with his feet, " Begged to annonnce that the Y. M. C. A. wonld have a mass meeting to consider the question before the house (Jake Kaufman explaining that someone had left the remains of a keg party on the Y. M. law-n ) this evening at seven. A large audience is expected to hear the brilliant galaxy of speakers. Mr. Childs, the president, will introduce Mr. Jack Childs, editorial writer of the Cardinal, who will speak briefly, being followed by Mr. John Childs, Mr. John L. Childs, and Mr. J. Lulu Childs, and as a grand finale Johnnie Childs will sing, " Seein ' Nellie Home. " At that moment, V ' ' Abendroth for, it w as indeed he, arose, turned his soulful face to the east and mur- nuired like a brook in the May time. Then he sat ilown — on the floor — for Odegaard had cleverly and craftily removed Abey ' s chair. Ain ' t Odey the cutiest little bov? Carl Haessler tluii mn e l the previous question. The president stniked the port side of the whiskers thoughtfuUv, then WaltHer came to the rescue and drew out of his hip pocket, — no, not a flask — a copy of the Daily Cardinal. The Conference cheered. David Saposs, for it was indeed he, nnirmnred something in broken English about " De Gang. " At that point the " S. G. A., for it was indeed they, passed hot Frankfurters and lemonade. The president again yawned and Carl Haessler moved to go into committee of the whole. But just then, for the climax was about to be reached, David Saposs whistled at Odegaard, and Odey in that clever way, moved to lay on the table the motion, gehabt geworden sein, and to print the discussion in the Cardinal the next night so that the students would understand all about it, and what the people ' s representatives were doing. It w-as now close to joco A. D. The president yawned again. At that imint. Carl Haessler, for it was indeed he, iiestiferous little gad-fly, arose to a point of order that a quorum had vanished on the heels of the S. G. A. waitresses. The Conference, for it was indeed they, slowly imravelled itself, Saposs arose, Abendroth arose, Haessler arose, Odegaard arose, Buchen slumbered on, the president yawned again, and that august body moved slowly from the room, shaking the dust of ages from the time-wnrii creases of centuries on their wrinkled brows of care. It was the morning after. The papers resounded with the praises of the Conference. Self (jovcnuHCnt at last! !!!. ' . ' !! ! 55 ffihr Krai TPaBocr E Vr a aoculinc Dclta=CtpBiIon Why look farther? Our terms are reasonable and perhaps you can do no better ! Large House — 36 Rooms and Bath (in Lake). Right in Heart of German Quarter. English in- terpreter furnished. Our popularity record is unsurpassed, even by Phi Delt. We secured 18 Xew Members in One Haul ! ! ! Fine Outlook. Choice Social rooms where you can get acquainted. Good German cooking— All at Bargain Prices. Other houses already filled — Come to us. References requested but not required. you can win a cuf or zfrite a pun for the Sphinx — We W. NT You! 0„y L..Jf;.- Ipi)i=lSaiipa=I0Bi EXPLAN.ITION OF PiN : . , c-, u 1, Silver Dollar: A tribute to Andy Shubert— the Tzvl ' stars: Suggesting Jimmy Thompson and Red Parker, on whose renown the chapter contmues business. , , , . r ,,, „„ Haresfoot: Indicating the death grip of 4- on that organization. , , File of Old Cardinals: A Lament: a relic of the days when Phi Psi had some influence m college iournalisni. , , , . , The rest of the pin is blade, cuihlenmtic of , liiiplcr history. R»-D ,! the Drk DcIta=Wappa»lEi]Bilon Shrine of Jack Wilce. open to the Public from 10 to 2. daily. Don ' t fail to see the big chart showing what Deke ' s have done around college. It hangs where you can ' t miss it. Also ask to be shown the signed ' Photograph of Roosevelt. The Guide will gladly give you a pamphlet proving that Theodore was a Dcke and not an Alpha Delt. This is not a chapter of the International Club, so don ' t look for any Patagonians. The Dekes have a nice, self-respecting crowd, and are " ] ' ery strong in the East. " .S53 2ri)c Rral " liSatiBrr aipl)a=DfIta--pin Ah. the Alpha Delts ! There is Porky, smelling of hair oil and with his coiffure well preserved hy a night-cap. There is Curly, too — the Chi Omega Pride. There are they, all of them. They sing their songs sweetly, and dawnce divinely in true Grace Davidson style. They imported " the Dip " and after being thrown out of Kehl ' s for trying it there, they introduced it into the less particular University Circles. Aside from this outrage they have done nothing vicious and will not harm anyone. In the lilank quarter of their seal will lie put something to commemorate their achic ements as soon as some develop. Al ' hc, JKIl Il.rolJrv ttappa=©t)i« gamma CJne of them Creek letter frats. Still in the embryo but developing rapidly. Already they can smoke cigarrettes without choking, can say " at-a- boy " as feelingly as Al Piuser himself and can wear their swagger clothes like any A T O fresh- man. They are getting right into things too. Even now they have two lieutenants in the Varsity Volunteers and a man in the Banjo Club. They are as far removed from the common garden variety of Agrics as Bull Durham is from tobacco. ( Srrc ?fta ©ai KSSIIK TO if the ' of the Finest T ! 1 . ges ( all ages, but Clii ' ti ' r Cruiii ' €bi=©si Or. READY MONEY A well behaved, well dressed set of boys, steeped in Exclusiveness and Joe Mercer ' s cigar smoke. Chi Psi is trying to do something around Col- lege besides decorate the campus. Every member has to " get out for something " or else eat the belt off a red mackinaw. Chi Psi combines the quiet, retiring character- istics of Chi Omega and the jovial good-fellow- ship of Kappa, with a subtle, insinuating respecta- bility all its own. They are so snobbish that they built a cement wall tokeep the plcbean waves of Mendota from washing against their e.xclusive shore-line. . nother wonder mostly infants ). An organization supposed to resemble closely the Bernstein Bonding Co. or H. Noyes, Limited. The chapter seal — a beautiful little thuig — bears a mushroom rampant, suggesting miracu- lous growth, and a crowbar sinister, indicating the means employed to break into University L ' irclcs. Assets: Monogram China and a Copy of " Good Form for Social Novices. " Chapter Song: " The Last Hope. " 7 y 7 inffir- M _.. fZ, - — - " J Ji V " ' " " (»,■ Guarding the WaU SS4 Kljf Real Batiorr The Bunch gfiijma I3hi Yes. there are just twelve of them this year; — such a nice number — congenial enough yet not unwieldy, you know. A buncli can ' t be exclusive and still take every- nne in. So only twelve were taken in (though they were completely taken in), and that makes them just about as e.xclusive as the Even Dozen after all. A highly refined and quiet class of youngsters is desired, such as would make nice playmates for Ed . ustin. Ed is such a clever boy; in almost no time he learned the Dip, just by watching the Alpha Delts at the Woman ' s Building ; and now all the people he bumps into know him as the " Big Dipper. " Drop in and meet the boys some day — or if there is no one at tlie rooms, leave your card with the Landladv. yVz vr of SiiTnia Ntt " A num. II iiiiifi. my kiiiydoin f, r a iium! " El)c Kcal ■Bancrt (Brcrk dratinff Clubs JFrminino n are proud to present to our million and one-half of readers the folio ving extracts from Sorority magazines.. The originals have been deposited at the Xorth Pole, where our representative zi ' ill cheerfnlly shozc them to the skeptically-minded. Th e Lyre KAPPA OF ALPHA CHI OMEGA UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. MADISON. WIS. Kappa is just recoxeriiig Imni tlie strenuous week of rushing which w:is clone this fall. Two of our alumnae, _Meta Kieckhefer and Lillian Zimmerman, were down from .Milwaukee in their cars to help us rush. The auti.iniiiliiles were entirely at our disposal and they were kept busy every day from Sunday to Friday. Monday, Eiilirdr al I .fc „ as usual, was the da f(. r meeting trains and calling for girls at their rooms. Jn the evening we gave an infor- mal dance at the chapter house for just Alpha Chis and rushees. Tuesday was spent across Lake Mendota at a private cottage. Most of the girls and rushees left by boat at io:, o, but some came out in the machines at 12 o ' clock and brought the picnic lunch. We built a fire in the fire-place and sat around toasting niarshmallows and singing Alpha Chi songs. We left by boat at 3:30. Tliis gave us enough time to change dresses and get ready for dinner at Devine ' s, a popular cottage on Lake Mo- nona. After the dinner, some of the girls gave readings, others sang, and some played. Xext evening we gave an informal dance and introduced our rushees to some of the prominent men of the university. We feel that rushing this year was a successful siege, for we secured seven grand girls. What pleased us most was the fact that three of them were musical — one plays the violin, another the piano, and the third has a beautiful voice. e of them ari- musical Only two of our i)ledges are living in the house, as enough of our girls are back to fill it, — in fact, we could not have taken anyone in, if one of our seniors had not taken a room outside the house. The atmosphere which prevailed at Wisconsin the first week of classes was entirely different from that of other years. Student action prevented any hazing of Freshmen by upper-class men. The streets this year, unlike those of last year, were void of any exciting scenes of Freshmen proposing or Freshmen singing, minus any vocal gifts. The day of the rush was the only Freshmen excitement. The sack rush, tried last year, was again used, . fter a good deal of fi,ghting, in Frishirnill aft,r losing tllf sUtX€ of ii shift which many lost a sleeve of a shirt, the Sophomores Sjii l succeeded in getting five sacks beyond their line. - We are very glad to have a Rho Chapter and with a true Alpha Chi spirit. Kappa sends greetings to all our sister chapters, and especially our " baby chapter, " Rho. InMA Hem.ih.uc;. ffulrtiui; tNBEO l ii liitiff EiiJ. ' J $31- ' d)c Kfal ' BaDBrr d)c rro to our alumni. We also wish to express our thanks to the other chapters in our province for their effective assistance. jy jg iy[ (j„ ( q Sec.) Indiana Gamma. TJu- OU GiiayJ At Suniini-r R-sort. WISCONSIN ALPHA OF PI BETA PHI Madison, Whconsin. The year has begun with a beau- tiful prospect for our glorious sorority. v, A good many of the " old guard " are « • iL- ., back already, mcludmg several seniors -T " who did not graduate, and Marion Holmes, whom we can always rely on in a tight squeeze. Sister Mary Bun- nell has also returned to college instead of giving herself in marriage, as we had ; expected. Her mother is to be with her ■ T this year, so probably she will not go jiji W— i— ■ Phi Delt or Sig till next summer. All Tin- old Reliable our girls have had a pleasant vacation and we have been up late every night for a week listening to the stories they have to tell. Pi Phi certainly is all right and wherever the arrow was seen, at summer resort or on ship-board, the wearer became very popular at once, and we all know that once a Pi Phi attracts a man ' s attention he has no time for anyone else. Our rushing season has proved very successful. We have taken several girls who, we are sure, will make good. One of them has a million dollars all her own, and we are con- sidering how we should best make this known to the Uni- versity at large. Though college has only been open a week, all but nine of our girls have been taken to some dance or to the theater. At the Students ' Club last Saturday evening evening there were seven of us in attendance and all en- joyed a delightful time. Two of the men have asked to come again. Several of the girls have been invited to the Majestic by prominent men around town. Cj Bj Next Sunday we intend to give an " open house " to the I HpiH fraternities, and all the girls are getting ready for the occa- sion. We shall probably serve some dainty and original re- - freshments, — probably ice-cream and cake. It seems strange not to have Ex-Sister hidden here to bowl for us this year, but probably we should not rail against _ ; J — - Fate, and we shall do our best, dear sisters in Pi Beta Phi, I you may be sure. Oh, so lovingly. Fan Brown (Cor. Sec.) Wisconsin Alpha. tiettin liifuiy for the tttcasion 3riir Krai " i atioirr (Ehi SDmcga nuartcrlj? Socially and in every other way, Yours in the ties, Eta — Michigan University NU CHAPTER— CHI OMEGA Madison, Wis. Dear Sisters: College has started again, and as usual, we have it way on top of all the other gangs around town. Putting all kid- ding aside, our girls are there! Everybody says we ' re the classiest bunch in the institution; and what ' s more, you know we ' re living, that ' s what I mean. ' We ' re not running hv., , , ; » any grave-yard effect like Kappa and a few others. Our girls are wise to their job and you bet we make the fellows open their eyes. And as for togs! I must say a little about that. Believe me, we ' ve got ' em. You ought to see the Alpha Delts run to the windows when we go by. They ' re just crazy about us anyway. They fight with the Phi Kaps every night to see which crowd can stay on our porch long- est. Every time one of our girls gets engaged, you know we make the man come across with a five-pound box of candy. Well, sir — we ' ve had thirty-six boxes so far this year, and only twenty girls in the chapter! Kind of poor, eh? Only it ' s just awful on the complexion. », ' ■ ' ■ 1 ' 1 r iJ I can ' t think of anything else of im- portance except that one of our girls got into the Glee Club, and of course Sister Shattuck is making good with the Freshmen as in preceding years. Be- sides, I ' ve got a date to meet a Kappa Sig at the Co-op, so I ' ll shut down the factory. Hoping all chapters can hand out the goods as well as we can, I ' m yours in the ties, Anita Mae Eschenberg. Omroa €mc BEFOUI-; AM) AFTER TAKING 558 Ebr Eral " BaliBrt ALPHA PHI QUARTERLY A A ftift jVusty Man IOTA CH AFTER -VX IV ERSITY OF WISCONSIN College opened this year with only fourteen of our (lid sisters gathered around the shrine, and many of us who did come back would have been glad not to. It ' s a long story but it was all the fault of a mean, nasty man — a reprobate they call Buchen — Walther Buchen ! Since our last letter the 191 1 Badger has come out, and tliis renegade Buchen, who was Lit. Chairman, simply loaded it with horrid, scathing, insinuating remarks about our chapter. Of course they weren ' t true — hardly any of them — but after al the things he said, half the chapter hadn ' t the courage to come back to Madison. We have his number, tho, and we ' ll show him what happens to people who knock Alpha Phi. We know lots of things about this Coward Buchen, and we think w ' e know some more ; and when it comes to telling what we know, we don ' t take off our hats to anyone. We burned all the 191 1 Badgers around the house before rushing started and are now trying to live down our undeserved reputation. We found nine corking Fresh- men who hadn ' t seen the book, and take pleasure in announcing their pledging to Alpha Phi. We are unusually strong with some of the best fra- ternities this fall. Sigma Xu and Psi U are very de- voted, and some of their fellows have come to feel so at home over here that they walk right in without ring- ing the doorbell. We have stopped eating hamburgers late at night and are taking every possible means to improve our chapter — n provement. Reil the SccoihI Hj C ij PH 1 ■• ' -- ' 0H 1 M H 1 ■ f i J.I 1 B ■ kjjl |I Ks il i B n S ■F P V n BktV-S ' v ' S» j ' W A 1 R £1 I ■t that there is much room for im- however. Our County I- ' air this year was a great suc- cess. . 11 the girls dressed just as pleased their fancy and then we had the whole evening to ourselves. Several pictures were taken but we were were very careful to keep them out of the Badger, you may be sure. Wishing a successful year to all our sisters, 1 have the honor to be T tc Cor. Sec. of Iota Chapter. Bl. nche Lucius. 559 GAMMA PHI MAGAZINE TIILITA CllAriKR — MAI)lM)X. ' !-S. Nearly all our best girls are back tbis fall and we bave sev- eral Fresbmen that will make them all sit up and look twice. One of them is tbe daughter of a wholesale druggist and she has promised to buy all our cold creams and— other things, wholesale. As usual, we have the most stunning crowd in col- lege and there is no doubt that our popularity will continue. Some of tbe Phi Delts have forsaken us and our lookouts report that they bave been seen sneaking over to the Alpha Phi house. We are perfectly confident of our power to hold the men, how- ever. One misfortune has occurred tbis summer. Up till now we have been able to see from some one of our windows what was going on in every sorority bouse in the court, but during vacation the - lpha Xi Delts liuili a new home that we (.an ' t see into e ' en from our roof, and we ' re nearly crazy to know what men go there to call and liow ihey are entertained. ( )ur Open House held last Sunday was a great affair. We drew twice tbe house that Emma (loldman did and really were more crowded than the Fuller on burlesque nigbl. We are going to start giving signed photographs, as real actresses do, and have the chapter picture on sale in tbe halt. None of our sisters was engaged during the summer— not per- manently, that is, so we are all free to have a big time this year. The chapter has a new porch swing for that shady corner of tbe front porch that has looked so bare, and now we are prepared to accommodate any number of visitors, up to one— ( I don ' t mean one o ' clock.) All our last year ' s dresses have been donated to tbe Haresfoot Club; so don ' t be afraid that any Camma Phi will live under the stinging disgrace of wearing last year ' s styles. Inside the chapter— among ourselves, of course— we have had several jolly little times afid some of the girls have enjoyed quiet little par- ties, picnics, etc., at convenient spots near town with certain prominent men. As usual. Gamma Phi has a fine start, and we think we are speedy enough to keep our lead on tbe others. Everyone ot our girls who doesn ' t get a man for Prom is to be fined five dollars. Tbis seems an excellent plan, for it keeps all tbe girls working hard on the job. Fraternally. MARIE LEVIXS. Secretary. ■■.l ; V .1 . " Hohiiiigthe Mt ' u The Lookouts A Jolly Ltttl,- Tim.— Froah Smoker S6o ZUt :?lnclior OSEGA OF £ Ei.TA t -VMMA. Madison. ' iose nsen we tliink ' » " e caa hook- Tliie os er ' -■eyoffid omr reach, so ■« " ?;- --- -= — -1 -.-■ = - E eni. As Qsaa!. oar ct. siMiKs. Se-feral .-.- t-- - zhe aEteEaoa t : - in war power d We find it - - - oar fromt Bointii - abOQtt vlu cil Oi t K S£SJIc-rS Sau Ciltrrtr. lifti %tr I edI abOQE vhom ve speak no. Of isoarse. it is tro ' Of msch use in tbe eTenioss. bat urost a Del make a mam suggest a drire or a canoe ride, aay-sray. We ' re riglii IE fbe s«im — ctat ' s sore. Someciizies we alcaotst wisli ve coald be haman like the other girEs. bns then, of coarse — there ' s onr reposaaon to be tired up to. and D. G. ' s ane-n ' t qoitcers. no matter what else joD can saj aSmat ms. Xow. as alwajs. jomrs in the Bond. 5IARIOX HARTI-ET. Sec. iw year Sndi -a ;:Jmg aa easy - _ - -r ail nvais: we ttave jasi; rieid . ter Eieerf-i i so det-ide-- cenid t : - oar p : - - biEiime E. -. .. iad Xear . - aH.oEh.er yeir. iuecaose we dai ' E ri ' v r JN tlie gag IS up yet. .Anyway. welE work the gazae tm ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - " ' A aew si;V. - - from the cnsto-ni of " -rer mmSSSSmm -i J .a j 561 2ri)r Rfal IPatiorr M„, ,CN Tt AC n IN w C06 A V£wSTEr IM ThE C L D yE Bfoony cuTlTTk ye HE A KTE UTyt F I R t " yv A R t " VE LOVE TO VVfl L I, .p A NP- . ? 1 W A L k rO DIP IN WATER I ■- PLE A- iN ptrr- OTHKi r V{ EACH 4 engagements Or, DOES CO-EDUCATION PAY ? lll ' c pud tlic section devoted to Marriuf es and Rn- f iH enients is disi racefnllv ijicoinl ' lete und does not even include some of the most apparent of these Mu- tual Agreements. ]] ' c hereby do our best to bring the list down to date. Don ' t sue us for lihel--7oe ' re broke nozi. ' .) Herii EiiiMAN, II. vs. Jo Plank, ' ii Boii RuiiAKiis. ' i2, vs. ' era ' i-:i-:riu ' si-:n, ' u Ari ' ik Williams, ' ii, vs. Hi-:sti;r Jaioi ' .s, ' ii ]liLL Elmcire, ' 13, vs. Kate Mailer. ' 13 Duu(;. M( Ke -, " ii, vs. Hazel I ' iRowx, ' 12 L.WVRENCE r.ARR, EX " ll, VS. JfLLA llriir.ARn, ' 14 Jack Fkaskr. ' 12, vs. Maiiiclle. Masox, ' 14 PiiXK Pl ' iiii:x, ' 11, vs. AL K(;aret Hi-iau, ' ii Bi r. Sciiuetter, ii, vs. P. t McClenahan, " 14 Bnii Heald, ' ii, vs. ALarii-; ALaris, ' 12 Chas. Harding, " ii, vs. Helen .Swenson, ' 13 Hu.M. EERiinisEN, ' ii, VS. Helen Swenson, ' 13 CiiATX. Ml■;I . R . ' 12. vs. AP rii x Anderson, ' 12 Art Zaxdi;r, ' 12, vs. Ada Ru hmuxd, ' 12 [ai k . " ax wci;, ' 13, vs. Dell I.ixwkll, ' 14 DoXALD JnXKS, ' 13, VS. AniTA EstllENI ' .l ' RC, ' ll Harold Arimx, ' ii, vs. DoRorin- 1k rnes, (jrad. Rn - loiixsiiN, ' 11, vs. ( Iertrimh-. Kill iii.LL, ' 11 PP L Kadisii, ' 12, vs. P)ERTiia Kir( iiicll, ' 12 ElXAR ( " iRAEF, ' 12, VS. EaI ' RA ScIIULTZ, ' 15. I ' i:te W ' olee, ' 12. vs. Rii; ' Walker S62 ti She Kfal " iJaBccr i -i, X JcC M " " l: j? yu j c yi s£ ' ■ ' ' " xjy ' ' ' 4iiTOw I m i I Y X .C1 2ri5c ariotit=ffllati ' a Dtram Don ' t take me down to Schwoegler ' s- The Ideal Maiden said. Let ' s not go down to Keeley ' s — But let ' s just stay here instead. 1 hate tlie old Majestic And the Fuller I detest, And I truly ain not hungry, — So let ' s just stay here and rest. I ' m really sick of .Middleton — And of dances I soon tire — And suppose we don ' t go driving. — Let ' s sit here and watch the fire. 1 hate ti) go canoeing — And I ' m much too tired to walk — But I ' m glad that you ' ve come over, — So let ' s just sit here and talk. The time must cume when we shall part — ( It isn ' t long till June ) So now that we ' re together, — dear. Let ' s just stay here and spoon. ' At the earnest request of H. Ilhnore and Katie .1 . the illustrations for the last tzvo stau:as hafe been omitted. 563 STfir Rral IBatiorr £0cDitation ' $te not fBc smootB onb Bunug £oiic6 of fcifc. 3ar JjiBtonf from f8t6 tworfb of efrifc. i]at BUT wtfBin matiB tnmoBt 6carf JJ Bc Bigtuficoncc of tBc ftttfe port JE)e jfagB on fBiB Oreot Btagc of ourB. ' iB fBt man t»Bo6c pafB Bob Been no f fowerB. ' Boee ftfe 6 Been one, fong, wearg marcB: TTBo rcaft ' g finowB tBe wortB of potwerB,— (KnotxiB Botw to treat Bxb feft ' otximen. TJOBen after gearB of earneBt toiP ttBe rage ot otctorg eBeb tBetr FtgBt, ( nb tBe f rmtB of earneBt tworfi unfotf, vttB Bib reirarb for atT tBe nngBt (Erpenbeb tBru mang a toearg nigBt, 3n gaming BtB ftfe B goaf. 3n offegc ©agB. twBcii tBmgB Beem 6fue,— ' Ben efforte Bear no fruit.— QBe firmer Btiff anb etart ancuj TTitB reBofutioiiB goob unS true. (EacB faifure Buifftc a Btronger Beart, (£acBBtum6fing;Btone vuiff pfagitB part 3n Buifbmg up a cBaracter Bfrong: tJBat tcnbB to Befp tBe t»orfJi afong: ( nb wBen at faBf tBc goaf ib reacBeii, nb fortune RiiocUb upon tBg boor; tooft Bacfi upon tBc brearg paBt, @ni tBen renieniBer eocrmore B«t otBcrs arc stiff striomg. 564 SCbe Krai TPaticrr •©iirkinff " or CUf)p CQf Came to Collrffc 505 2rhr Rral " BaOQcr r ■m ; B ®ra ' Soino 7 " ji,f I ' j- not (7 class in Slock-judt inij ; it is only Ed. Gillette doing research ic ' or i- () ■ Ills tliesis: " Wild Animals I Ha ' ce Known. " It long has been traditiim. And every wag ' s ambition. To make some witty fussing crack concerning Haskell Xoyes ; They ' ve said that Hack was made To chin with some sweet maid, And classified him as the cliief of genus " fussing boys " . That joke of song and story Has whiskers long and hoary, Which i)rove that, like all dogs and slams, it ' s long since had its day. To use a little phrase Of Freshman English days. Such use of Hack is Hack-neyed, and should now be laid awav. " SCtoaB (Cbrr Ehua " ' Twas ever thus; — just when we think That things are connng all nur way, l " p ImiIi the co-eds in our midst. Insisting that tlicv h.ne their say. Of old Wisconsin we are proud And of her glorious reputation; We feel there ' s just one thing amiss — We ' ve just one curse — co-educati " n. I " or many years. isconsin men Have voiced our great and crying need : . Union building we must have ; The faculty have all agreed. And just as we were hoping hard ( nr highest hopes were dashed awa_v. Well — over there is l.athrup Hall. We men still split N ' . M. C. A. Our Conference we thought was safe; But troulile has begun ;o brew. For here again the girls butt in — And want to be admitted, too. The sentiment in fa or of The honor system keeps on swelling. But then, the girls ! — they always cheat ; CHir gallantry keeps us from telling. .Xnd so it seems, unto the end The girls will always start a fuss. While we ]iiior men sl.md sadly by . nd nuirnnir, " ell, ' twas ever thus. " 566 tUte Kcal " BaBBct a S@olifrn fablf Diogenes one morn at one Walked down the street clept State. And met the wraith of Deha Tau, Which walks at hours late. The wise old gink raised high his light And scanned the shape with care. " How now, " he asked : " what makes smile ? Am I a hird so rare? " " Oh no, " the other said to him, " I laugh at what I hear. They all say I am nearly done And ready for the bier ; That I ' m the butt of every slam That people ever wrote : That everybody laughs at me. In short, that I ' m the goat. But if you take it straight from me, You ' ll never run amuck; For, Whiskers, I ' m no goat at all. Because — I never buck. The D. T. spirit finished and Still smiling took his leave. " He ' s not a man, " old Dioge sighed, " Piut harmless. I believe. " Jfdrtfjfst mtst ROBERT LK. RV S VIVIII STllKV OF 0Ln ' 10N ' TO DlStOVFR M 1 IlllLETON. Written by the Author E ltressly for tlic Badger mid Tzco Dollars. (Copyrighted in Xew Zealand, New London, . fgh nistan. and Sun Prairie. Records are deposited witli the Leary Crew at the .Mendota White House.) Since childhood I have always believed that a great gazalio with a great will, the per- sistency of a prof, and the fortitude of a fusser will ultimately emiirace tl e goal of his life endeavor, work, and ambition. Xow since I have nailed the flaunting flag of Kehl ' s .Academy and the escutcheon of the International Club to the horse-shoe of the . merican House at Middleton, I am convinced that whatever precepts may be drawn from my career as a dis- coverer of the hidden places of the universe may be used by Sunday schools with justification. Imagine my psychological state of mind as I stood on . pril 6th, 191 1, before the Ameri- can House in long-lost Middleton. I ' or twenty annums I had sacrificed ex ' s and my gay student life to discover this spot, annually advancing the high H O mark of " Farthest ' est " a few rods beyond the skeletons of other explorers. The call of the wild and this single purpose of life spurred ine on beyond all human endurance to reach this spot. I have proofs of a once existing .Middleton. Fossil remains of village fossils, old fogies, and natives. Better could you dispute that women are the mothers of men than split hairs with me here. But to my narrative. We iced the staunch old ship Loosefelt in Wingra Lake, discovered by me on my expedition of ' 84 and named after my god-father, — (about ten years after) under the guidance of our able captain from the Swiss Xavy. Just before arriving, I landed all my men, outfits and misfits, knowing the treachery of Wingra natives, wdio might cut ofl marine retreat I ' l the N ' arsity Campus. I inmiediately shook hands with all the natives uitli whom 1 had worked on my previous voy- ages. The women were wonderfully humored by the bundle of old Sphinxes 1 brought along, and the men ravenously attacked the Beermint Gum 567 ffibf Krai TPaticrr Capsules. I had gained their respect and services for a week, ample time to win my heart ' s desire. 1 might add that W ' ingra Park folk are very sim- ple, with few wants, like the residents of Univer- sity Heights. Little tokens of the great world outside liring childish delight to their simple minds. M two Irish trusties, Levi and Sol. I sent ahead in a sea-going " calibou from Jefferson ' s to lireak a trail. ( I herehy endorse Jefferson hacks for all rough work. ) Relief stations were estab- lished at every lamp-post. My Japanese body servant. Matt Pension, and I affi.xed our Colonial Hall roller skates and began the perilous fight with Endurance at range 22 east. ' e sped on in the broken trail as fast as a State Street car. " Halt, " cried Pension. " We must slack up or our records will be doubted when we return to the Campus. " He w-as right. Fate was against us. We sat down, and over Matt ' s pipe cooked a repast of pemmican fritters and " dogs with " from Charlie ' s. ( I also recommend the " with " of the latter as nutriment, and as a weapon to repel vicious attacks of Co-eds. ) The final dash for " Farthest est " 1 must leave for the next issue. Needless to say, we pressed onward and on through the wilderness till we had distanced our hack, which died at an igloo, by three miles. F " or four nights we had not removed our neckties from our anat- omies nor shaved. Exhaustion was creeping upon us. We finally smelled the cows of Mid- dleton and knew success was with us. But 4 minutes and 63 seconds of latitude were left to cover. P ;Llhoa discovering the horizon would have looked like an English prof there. But that must he left to the following number. " JFnt MtBcnnain " Off ON Mkndota 1!v Moonliciit, (_)ni-: Evicning, Fair Florence in Rapture, with Soul all Atiikili. l-tEWARDi:!) .M - Tender Persuasio.x, .wd whisi eri:ii : " Vi:. ' , Ri:d, Dear, for Dear (Jlu Wlsuonsin 1 w ill. " .S68 Chf Krai " atierr HB ' %d E - ' ' w VA . - V ' I 1 arffiimrnts JFor anD against Co=CDtirtnion 5t) ' m.iic Krai ' JJaticcr I ' i " ■ ■ ' ■ ' ■ .tf« " THE EVOLUTION OF J. MKRUILI, IIOKFFEL TWO YEARS AT COLLEGE; OR. WHAT CO-EDn ATI! )X WILL Dn FOR A ' .aAN TWAS l-A ' ER THUS 570 PoSSIIilLll IE: SCIjE Krai TBateer a ilfllarnma: Bote Now Collier ' s Weekly writes us up, and sends a man to see What sort of hats the maidens wear at this, our varsity. He spends an hour or so in town ; he sees a hat or two ; He sits right down to write us up, but falsi- fies clear thru. Ne.xt year, perchance, another man another tale would tell. He also writes on Co-eds tho he doesn ' t do it well. He visits our sororities and paints a lovely scene. In which the homes are palaces and every girl ' s a queen. And meanwhile other magazines are vieing to relate How cows thrive at Wisconsin, and are pie to educate. Tlicy make you think our buildings here are naught hut agric barns, An l the students all are farmers, — in these literary yarns. Xow we ' ve something more than Co-eds and we ' ve something more than ploughs ( Tho we ' ve nothing so distinctive as our women and our cows), .■ nd we hope you won ' t misjudge us from the stories you have read. Just believe what ' s in our Badger and you cannot be misled. LOST- STRAYED OR STOLEN BEAUTIFUL SEM [-I ' .Ll INDK. 12 n. NUS HIGH. GOOD H.MR, GOOD WIND, KIND TO FAMILY, HAUGHT • HEARING. ANSWER.S TO NAME OF MARIE. LAST SEEN WALK- ING THE TRACKS IN THE DIRECTION OF MIDDLETflN. AT THAT TIME, WORE A GAMM. PHI PIN AND (pR()l!At!LV ) PSI U PIN INITIALS K. H. ON HACK. NOT VICIOUS — CAN HE EASILV CAP- TURED. A REWARD WILL HE PAID FOR SAFE RETURN TO 62O ST. TE. NO QUES- TIONS ASKED. ' Efir dnQxtQi Wmv As one zvho goes at evening to a neiglibor knozvn as " Grind " And borrows all the history notes and problems he can find. So I brozi ' se aronud the copies of the boohs used years before By those lacy, crooked students ivho were here in days of yone, Until I grasp zvith clutching hand a . ' ipaiiish trot of mine With United States translation penciled o ' er each cursed line. And the Tungsten seems to wobble zfith a flicker of surprise. As I learn by heart the phrases so nty Prof ivill think I ' m wise. 571 2Ebe Sfal " BaBaft CrcuscD JFrom Drill Beiiuj a lanicnt fi-oiii one of many zcho liaz ' C tried to slip one over on the Department. I ' ve drilled twice a week, yes, for nearly two years. .And the time that I ' ve wasted ' s enormou: ! I ' ve carried a gun that weighs nearly a ton: lint that ' s ]iart of the game, they iTiform ns. I purcliased a suit at tremendous expense: It fits like a flag at half-mast. And the hit that I made when sent out on parade I could tell hy the smiles as 1 passed. I figured an l yilanned. yes. for two dreary years. . nd my schemes for escape were prolific. But how to evade that deuced parade Was a problem that sure was terrific. I bought an excuse at enormous expense. It worked like a charm until spring. Then the Sergeant got wise, he is onto us guy , Xuw I ' ve got to repeat the darned thing! I ' ve drilled twice a week. yes. for THRKI-: bloumin ' years. And the oaths that I ' ve used are gigantic. For that faked up excuse was of less than no use. When I think of the thing I grow frantic. I ' ve had quite enough, now just take it from me. My lesson I ' ve learned hard but well: For another year ' s drill, when vuu ' ve iust had vour fill. You ' ll agree is particular . . ■ „ fe- , Regular CoUcg.- Go! D.nn —V.M.C .A. Cho ' f,-. IN TIIK CULD GRKV DAWN When the last dreamy waltz has been rendered. ATid the last cab has gone from the gym; " hen the full dress is hung in the wardrobe — And you ' re cup of joy ' s full to the brim — W hen you ' ve pondered o ' er those that you danced with. And pictured in mind each fair face: First studied the charms of a brunette, Then a beautiful blonde with her grace; It is then that you stop for repentance. With your poor, aching head all a-buzz. It is then you ' ll repeat oft this sentence: O, Gee : Whaf A Sucker I (i; y " Count That Day Lost. Whose Low Descending Sun Sees on Thy Part, No ALxn ' s Affection Won. " rwo riii-A i; i:i:kx kkeim-no uakk at chadp.oi ' rne- 572 2Ebf Real " BaDBrr Cljose ;abomtnabie jfusscrs 573 Sriir Krai " IPalicfr ' JEfjc aUnparbonablc in A Cribber there was, and lie v( irked liis trick — ( Even as you and 1 ) For his brain was dnil and his head was thick; ( And in writing exams we have to be quick ) But the criliher. he tolled them by being too sHck — (Even as you and I ). Oh the time we waste and tlie crime we waste — And the work of our head and hand That goes to the cribbing of tilings we don ' t know — (And things that we know we never will know ) And never will understand. I ' .ut the cribs were seen that he tried to hide — ( Even as you and I ) For a Prof had stood by the cribber ' s side — ( And it goes without saying his notes were spied ) Though the culprit to cover his crime had lied— ( Even as you and I ). He had counted the cost, yet he played and lost— (For of course the criliber was canned). Hut those who will follow him always will try — ( .And there ' s few who can censure — for most of us try ) To crili — thiiugh its underhand. WHISTLE ' ll ' liistic i(.7;rH yuii Lcaiit iiic. Dear " Ute jFiisscr ' s UAap " Come on, Jim, it ' s Sunday night; Let ' s take a little hike Over there to Sterling Court. It ' s just a healthy pike. Come on, the walk ' Il do you good. A little nice fresh air. And lots of jolly little girls Are waiting over there. And, with a sigh reluctant. (Perhaps ' twas just a ruse) Jim put on his " other clothes, " Dust-covered from disuse. And with unaccustomed lingers. He tied the old how tie, V ' hich as regards to color Would have given green the lie. " Come on, now, wife, just cut the books And go there once with me To try a little fussing, Gamma Phi or Alpha Phi. I don ' t care which one you choose — Name any of the rest, To me it makes no difference — I don ' t know which is best. Uut from that fatal day, to this. Poor Jim has quit the grind That goes with education And the training of the mind; For Jim is bent on making liits Vith girls he meet ' ; eacli day. Since he has learned the ilown-hill path Which is the fusser ' s way. ,S74 (Zriir Krai ' Baticcr To GinsoN, THE " Question Feminine j Iind To THE Student, the BINES THE WORIIS A.c.n Eternal " , Meant the and its way. Question Infernal, com- W ' OMAN AND Pay. d)c Jnfcrnal iHutstion 9n 3Qrir s CUtimatum The fellows say tiiat Tni a chump. And not so very bright. That I ' m an easy guy to pump. And am an awful sight. That Mary doesn ' t care for me And thinks that I ' m a joke. And lets me take her places When her other man is broke. )r else is out of town or sick. (Jr else it happens so Tliat if I don ' t invite her She ' ll have no chance to go. They say I ' m second fiddle To that foxy looking guy. . nd to them it is a riddle Why I don ' t pick up and fly. lint as sure as my name ' s lienry, . nd my father ' s name was Paul, I d rather be his second Than to never play at all. W lienever he is not around Vou watch me sail right in . nd set all Chadbourne talking By the way I throw my tin. I ' ll take her to the Short-Horn Prom And set an awful pace. And he ' ll have to be a Kubelik If he wants to win this race. TIIF, FLIRTIXC PKIXCF.SS Miti)Dut letting Ipersonal LIVES OF CHEER LEAllEKS REMIND US IF we ' d stay at school and shout, WE should leave some joys hehixd us AND NOT CUT ALL RUCKING OUT. 575 Clif Seal 3aliijrr Coast Come, drink to the da_ of the Past, When as innocent children we played, hen as children we strayed thru the woodland And as children we roamed thru the glade. W hen we carved our initials on tree trunks, When we ran oft to swim in the pool, W hen we thought there was no one so lovely As the girl who sat next us in sch ml. When (lur hearts were a light as the sunshine . nd our spirits a free as the air, W hen our lives were but one round of pleasure. Come, drink to the days we left there. Come, drink to the days of the Present. When instead of the woods and the streams The scenes of a college surround us And are dearer to us than our dreams. When we meet with the men we are destined To choose as i ur life-long friends. And the love for our fair . lma Mater Displaces our selfish ends. When the hope and the youth of the scholar Show the world thru a rose-colored haze. While nur life - till retains all its gladness, L ' ome. drink to mir dear cullege days. Come, drink to the days of the Piititrc. When scattered, we labor and tnil To master the earth that has reared us. To conquer and govern the soil. To the davs when the dreams we have cherished. No longer are dreams, but e.xist In the world of Desire we ' ve created From the chances that others have missed ; To the days when our hair shall be whitened — .And we feel that our life ' s been in vain — To the days that shall finish our story — Co ' ue. drink to the davs th.at remain. S7 ®hr Kcal TBaBsfr Eougf) tuf£ BROTHER CARROLL " You are young. Brother Cob, " the Freshman cried. " You can ' t be much o ' er twenty-four; Yet your face wears the look of a very old man- Now tell me the cause, I implore. " " Well, really, my friend. " Brother Carroll replied. ■ ' You ought to be left in the dark. But ril give you a hint— I ' ve loved many a maid. And experience must leave her mark. " " You are young. Brother Cob. " the Freshman cried. " And you ought to be feeling quite gay. Yet your face it is palt and your eyes they are dull — Now what is the reason, I pray. " " O the nights that J fuss, " Brother Carroll replied. " Are as countless as leaves on the tree. And the ravages made by a great loss of sleep Have had the effect that you see, " " You are young. Brother Cob, " the Freshman cried, " And your intellect seems to be bright; Yet you needed the credits that summer-school gives. Do you think in your case it was right? " ' Well, you surely are fresh, " Brother Carroll replied. " And the nerve that you have ' s nothing slow. I ' m a lovable man. and I ' ve got to be loved. That ' s all there is to it. so go. " SHE DWELT AMONG She dwelt among the Chadbournites Up on the second floor. Her dreaded presence caused all feet To tip-toe past the door. Xow what she did and didn ' t do ' Twere useless to discuss ; But Woodie has resigned, and, oh, The difference to us! ALL I DFD WAS SING A UTTLK 577 2ri)r Kcal IBaJxicx ummrr CBirls. anri fejonif arc jliot 5;8 ariic Kcal IBaBsfr nr ,7; ' past E resrnt anO Jfuturr AS TOLLKli BY A BELLE WHO LEARNED HOW FROM A CORKKSPOX DEXCK COURSE UNDER MACKQUES I. ART ZANDER. By subtle insight 1 know this to be the iiand of a football player— unlike the hand of a student, it can be read from front or back. You have a determined character and are usually sane, but you will fall desperately in love with a girl you see often in laboratory. She is tall and wears snappy eyes. She is your chemical alTinity. By your thumb 1 see you once wore a brtiwn derby — also that you are ashamed of it. Vou have great dramatic ability in villain ' s parts, but you should stop going to picnics. II. MABELLE MASON. The effulgence around the third finger indicates trouble ahead. The two curved lines of the wrist show that you could only de- cide between them by flipping a coin. No, your fiance will not be an actor, tho he may become the National President of Sigma Nu. III. CARL HAESSLER. Ah! a talented young man! The ink on your finger tells me you write communications to the Cardinal by way of telling the University what ' s wrong with it. Some day you will read one of your own communications and die laugh- ing. You are an anarchist because that gives a good excuse for not getting a hair-cut. As a Rhodes Scholar vou will find there is still something to learn. I ' . ALICE RINC.LING. Yes. you will marry— two or three times. No. not a tall, blue-eyed man, but a short, fat one. You will go on the stage— but will not stay on longer than five minutes. As snake charmer in Ringling ' s circus you will find your call- ing. Have all the fun you can; you will only be a Ciamma Phi once. ' . AIMEE ZILLMER. Your lines show energy and aggressiveness — also slight traces of vanity. You are angry every time a man looks at Lathrop Hall, and having dances there makes you wild. You e. ceed the speed limit in running down news. Beware! Your political career has been quite ladylike and you may sometime be Fashion Editor of the Ladies ' Home Journal. You seem inclined to marry a long- haired musician. V . EliGENE CHLOUPECK. You are quite young for your age, and you are very funny (some- times). It is with difficulty that the girls repress their admiration for you. No. I should not advise you to go into vaudeville. Don ' t be discouraged about your hair; some day it will fall out and you will look bet- ter bald. TO snow THAT CO-EDS ARE L(JOK!:i) DOWN " ON AT WISCONSIN H ' , ' di ' iiU kuo-.vjtist -zvliat this picture is, htit ve lik it and hope thai you will 579 d)r Real ■25alicrr THE UEPREDATK )XS ( )E DLAXA ■ my. lUjRE-US r.EWlTCHED - Bore-iis Hanihurs» was to play tliat iiigl ' .t before a ' 1 ' noble gathering in the- Woman ' s Building — albei; he ' ' ■ ' ' ' K ' ir- ' ■ ' ' y ' ' " f ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' inspiration. That was why he was calling on i - " J ' - i ' fbK -- - ' - ' ' ' --M I Fair Margaret. He found he could alwavs get an in- f ' .•■u ' i ' .:-. ' ' ' ! ' ' = ' ■ - spiration at a sor.Titv hoi;se. He KOt one from the Pi girl; she had conqucrtd a Phi Del ,1 Phis, two from the Cianinia Phis, and even felt the sus- picion of one at the D. G. house, though ii was probably a cold chill or a sensation of nausea. Margaret had draped herself in black and had taken pains to under- line her every charm, for the Imsiness of capturing a foreign celebrity is serious even to a girl who is used to it. Foreign names held v. terrors for the intrepid from Germany — Rene ' on Something — advertised as a deported count (his full name being Xoah Count), but he had left her tn wurk in a chewing- gum factory and she was on the international war path again. But to our tale: Bore-us gazed soulfully into the wide open and demure eves of Fair Margaret. They were alone in the dim light of the big ronm. The sisters were all out in the hall trying on his silk hat and stuffing his overshoes full of newspapers. " Margaret. " he crooned in broken English, " you are my ideal of the .American woman " I she was the ninth one he had said that to in Madison), " " ou :;re to me. Diana " (he ' d found a X ' enus and a Juno the day before). " You shall be my inspiration when I play for the King " (God save the King). " See. I give it you my picture " { nu could get better ones for 3 per at Ford ' s). " I implore Diana to keep it I " " But, Borus. " she pouted prettil ' . at the same time swiping his handkerchief fnr a sou- venir, and pushing his monocle under a b(«ik where he cnuldn ' t tind it. " are you sure all this is true ' ' Vou have seen Edna Hr.ward and Nora Buell. ami still feel this wa r " But why pry into what followed? It was at least five minutes after he left before every- one in the house knew the details of the visit, so why should we outsiders expect to know in less than ten. Bore-us has left our midst, but if anyone would know why Margaret Ingwer- son answers to the name " Diana " let him ask Carl Haessler, for he knows evervthing. Just show me tlie gTrl who ' s a gay one-— Tlie girl who enjoys a good time— Tlie girl who appreciates " jolly " — The girl who thinks dancing sub ' -me — The girl who is gay and viv acious — Who is in for whatever ' s to dc — Who is always the best sort of fellow — W ' lut ' s a regular chum, througli and through. 1 ' Idu ' t care for your langorous beauties. . or your girls who are prim and se late. Nor the ones wlio are governed by prudence . nd retire every evening at eight. I ' ll rather a girl should be daring — . nd go in for all manner of fun. For if there ' s a girl worth the having, IJelieve tne, that girl is the one. U. I in: KiH Iv.S 580 21 hr Sral TPaHerr With vour eyes of blue and your bahy stark — Your innocent smile and your trusting air — It ' s hard to believe that there lies behind Your childish chatter and childlike mind Enough of this world ' s experience To fortify you for your self-defence Against the men and their flattering ways You ' re sure to encounter through all your days. But though he may pull the wool over your eyes. We pity the ignorant fellow who tries. For by means of your babyish ways it ' s true You ' re ikiing your share of the wool-pulling too. Coithi oo ' eiirti to loz-e a ' tttic dirl like me A RAMBLING R(JMAXCE OF TRUE DE OTl« )N OR CAN CANDY CONQUER ? P Dany Katy . witli Dan . miul Katliryn. " Absence sh the dishes, makes the heart grow Kathrvn ' " there. I ' ll be with you in CAST OF CHARACTERS. Daniel D. Schuster Kathrvn M. Fordyce ACT I. Setting : Dany s back-yard. Time: — Summer of the year UJ-!. Dany;— Fni just terribly glad you came to make mud pies me, Katy. Katy:— (lb. my! I ' m so happy ' cause Fm here with you. Dany: — Let ' s play that Fm a big Indian chief and — Katy; — And that Fm your little squaw. FU bake nice pies for you. Dany: — All right. Katy. and perhaps v ben 1 gruws t( man you ' ll really marry me. Katy: — Sure, Dany, if you promise to (Surtain ACT 11. Setting; — The Milwaukee R. R. Stnticn. Time : — September. IflOT. Dany: Hate to see you go, Katy:— tlh! but they say, fonder. " Dany :— Well, here ' s hopin ' it isn ' t for the other man. Katy: — Why, Dan, you know only too well that I can never forget you. Dany:— Any you ' ll promise to write me every other day, won ' t you. Katy: — Surely, Dan. and a box of fudge at least once a week. Station Master: — Train for Madison now ready on track ' 1. Dany:— Gee! this is hard lines! Don ' t get stuck on any other fellow two years. Curtain ACT III. Setting:— Chi Omega Parlor. The lights are turned low. The faint glow of the hearth fire lends a ro- mantic atmosphere to the situation. Dany and Katy are comfortably seated in a large Davenport. Time : — February. 1911. Katy:— My, but isn ' t it quiet here this evening? Dany:— Yes, it seems as the you and I were the only two people left in the world. Katy:— Please say that again, Dan. It makes me so happy. Dany:— Kathryn. there ' s something the matter with me this evenuig. I seem to 5 feel as tho I bad lost my last friend. Katy:— Oh! but Fm still your friend, am I not? Dany:— Yes. friend how I do wish that you were more than a mere friend to me. Kathryn. I yearn for your love. Won ' t you wear my pin? Katv:— W ' hv. a-a-a— Dany:— Kathrvn. we two could be so happy together— in a perfect state of true Domestic Tranquility. Moreover, Dad ' s business is flourishing. We give more trading stamps with each purchase than any other store and also pay the fare of our custom- ers both ways. (I ' ause.) Won ' t you say yes? Katy;— How could I say anything else? I)anv;_Kathryn. vou have made me the happiest man in the Sigma Nu chapter. I aly;_There is something nn my mind, Dan; something I must tell you. .And I ' m afraid vou won ' t love me when vou know all. r)ariy:_ ' Confide in me. Kathryn, What worries you. dear? I can forgive you any- thing—even to being a Co-ed. , ■ , , i Katy:_Why. a-a-a we have a time-honored custom here in the chapter that requires the future husband of any of our girls to announce his engagement by pre- senting the chapter with a five-pound box of chocolates. nany:— Is that all? Fll send over a " 5 pounder, " of Schwoegler ' s I ' .est early ii morning, if anybodv at the house can lend me the coin. Katy:— My. what a relief! Ite sure and have it there in time for breakfast, girls do enjoy eating hot rolls spread with bitter-sweets. FIVE SCHUSTER MERCHANDISE STAMPS 1 WITH [VERY ! lOcPLRCHAit-ALLDAV! WEDNESDAY 1 tlie The S8l t)c ami aticrr a cn about tlotDn S82 Chf Real " 3ati6cr JEFFERSONTAN DEMOCRACY 2riir ' Sonc of tiif liofafalf -Shirt Sing us a song of the hobble skirt. That is worn by the co-ed lair. And give her a cheer as she draws near. And wave your hat in the air; For the maid that is bound by the hobble skirt Is a martyr to fashion ' s wile. If you think it is fun when you see her run. Just try it yourself awhile. For it ' s hobble, hobble, hobble up the street. And it ' s hobble, hobble, hobble back again. " Tis enough to make one smile. But she carries lots of style, And she ' s sure to get ilie notice of the men. Have you seen her on the stairwa when the stu- dents move in crowds. As she tries to take a somewhat longisli stride? How she wiggles, how she strains, making micro- ■ scopic gains. With a skirt that ' s scarcely thirteen inches wide I For it ' s hobble, hobble, hobble up the stairs. And it ' s hobble, hobble, hobble down again. Should you trip up on the stair, ah, my little maiden fair. How T wonder what would happen to you then. Then sing us a song of the hobb ' e skirt That is worn by the fair co-ed. And give a cheer that rings out clear. And lift your hat from your head. The football star merits well your praise When he drags his man through the dirt. Hut what yould he do, twixt me and you. It clothed in a hobble skirt? I- ' or it ' s hobble, hobble, hobble everywhere. And it ' s hobble, hobble, hobble back again. ' Tis no wonder people smile. But the thing is all the style. And so sure to get the notice of the men. Have you seen htr in the morning as she : o vly climbs the liill? Fellow students hurry past the struggling lass. When the bell cliimes out the hour, she does all that ' s in her power. But slie always is the last one at the class. I ' " or it ' s hobble, liobble, hobble up the hill. And it ' s hobble, hobble, hobble down again. If th e class is called at eight, she is sure to be there late. And she ' s lucky if she gets back home by ten. rill-.IK EiR.sr nCARREL 583 SEhf Real IPaBcrr iFattQ tinti iFanticB SIING8 C0[D8 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS SUFFER- ING FROM PROF ISCUOUS OSCULATION. FROST SmWSIIil ' Nearly 400 Can Testify as to Unusual Effect of ThoBo " SmackE. " ., . cceived Nine Conditions. r e» M1.-S Lllibe V 1 am a co-n,l n. a hic ly and ony of ttic tlU ' Oents hcrt.- hiij be klnc me aro i.iiJ a Kood bU He Is n inK J-:n ' vlil, a hKU and V rtuc hut 1 dc, Uv trust hlni, Uf In hlS rrc.diMnn ye.ir Ult- ifl nine c mnilcins l.nsi nlKlil h«- ra to t I woulOn I lot hlni. as 1 o hrnrd in nor-H of- a k-li Klrl in hi- ■ that she t.ikcs him put boi fti.ro And w h B c o uB tcin Doc- not all Ihli .TTKue ins; ii-Tm ■ of r-liarao ' rT 1 re ty love hlia. ' il oast. I ' m atmo.1t sure, but I do not think iha has nny In enllon of marrying me. Oi(g lit I roally Ipi hi ■n kIPS me an) how, sitirti nlly corf for li 11 enoug-h ' ' rlly alstoTs do V Ith their UBserj . tiul I p7r IhJDk 11 15 ijultr rlKl ' i, as 1 ..u tell me what J il ti lt Pr do dmr Mlsp Lll.l ev Co-ed- Y ir. k U lPr,.,,,| bet! Shchfa r leavo hire S " alone Don ' t DRINK BEER AT VARSITY %S ■•■fiiniln vtDdrnli. QnM lalnfi W n. Irr Uhrn Ten Confrnrt Trphold. Wi Mat- -DriT or WN ' on-lu. nlllj fh - fi...ul. ■ ' ■qiilesrcorp -mo i xl«tfFarc ft of lypliold fe ri- nmftnB I lie I DC dlsr-overy if t.vniinid nertiln ir irntcr and tbr IrupoiiiUhlllt v niirlflpation of Ibe woter suti- lltet llr drlTcu fbp iinlvprBlli- .• In la ' gPT ProfMsora rtnvfiiol nf iht hnciprloloei.-iil itnpnri ' The ■ Nu Oci. RED NOSES ARE IN EVIDENCE (Sptcinl to The Re ortprj Madisnn, Wie,. Jtta. 31 — Promisou- oiis osculation acid even h llt ' le etlngy " smack " may be placed under too ban at the University of Wlficonelo and all because 400 o[ the students bavi ' ueen impr snated nHh Lhe kissing germ and now confint ' d to their rcoma Prof. Frost eays llipt Ihw uow germ which produces symptoms similar to those of personii aiifferlng from the prlpjie, ' has been trajifimltled by hleo- ing, and thai Itie germ Is found In the girls ' mufTs. Naturally all klaslnji; games will bo ' tarred at tf ' e university for some time to come and any of the fair co- tds who are Biaen ivlth red noses or lutery eyes will be looke-i upon wit ' iLspicioii as llicy win i -- ' iv utTe ins from t ' ihi lighimi I line « " o o o This Is the spason of palely ni (heiF colleges, where the athletic spirit Is " ' always .supreme. In a rerent leller tojw J- ' argo friends. Miss Harriet Hunt a r writes n[ a .1(l-nil|p In iplii I 1 verj ' short tl Ihe sails with the . " peed ■plane. She repiirts the Fai Ls ;U the university In the be th iihd .-plrlts. of in ' Tl ' ' Co-ecLs llunored Madison, Wi -Vgriculture has " Co-ed " on one heifers. ;., May 1. — The College of just bestowed the name of its best lot.tking young ROUND SHOULDERS COMMON Thirty F er Cent, of Freshmen of Wis- consin University Have Them MADISO.V. WI. , Januarv ifi -Dn,R slcics Irero are stoi.ltljic up with " sliouldcr braces, fntlowlnE a, physical evamliiatloii of tlie freshmen of the Unlver«lty of V lTcon«li,. which Bhowpd tt.al 3fi per cent. slioiildcre.1. Till s of I jre of rhe sMue. nineteen of " knock iieo-r. UUrn-thrcB of flat feet, loi of eti- need lonsilf;. Fl t --slx sets of fanltv- ;M1.. while l«eniy.o.,e were parllall- deaf Only ninety freslimen wore glajw - ■ oiigli —t Imd faulty i Itilon. Otliern-ls-. FATIll ' k Ar.KAIIAM 5S4 t!li c Rral IPaBcrr ?ti0t .for f tin 5S5 SEhr Seal ' J5atioct ' •II. (Einar (BraH " Once in tlic Hit h and l-ar-off Times. Oil gentle Reader, tlievc lived in the Purlieus of a Great University a Cunning Little Boy. This Little Boy had a name — and that name zvas Graff. He also had another — (7 «i ' that was Einar. And the last t reeeded the first. So his full name zcas Einar Graff. A ' oit ' Einar came to the above mentioned Purlieus from the Eurious Eiords of Norzvay, called by the Goddess (if Democracy. Me zv ' as called to purify class politics, but alas, like molasses in .lanuary. he couldn ' t come. Einar liked not the flavor of Peanuts in Politics — he preferred Pretties. He liked not Rings because they -weren ' t . ' iiuaie. .So he began a campaign against Machines and Graft. He zeas not Imcked by a machine — never! ) ' et his campaign had a distinct odor of lubricating oil. .-! sub-sub Instructor helped him get up a neat card on zohich he endorsed the Constitution, the Theory of Evolution and other things closely allied to class Politics, ending zvith a Frank. Manly Admission that Einar Zi ' as all to the .Adequate. Then hired he a Cab (since he preferred Cabs to Machines) and, zoilh the Eulure CJiairuian of the Future Picnic Couimillee and ottier Devoted Souls zi ' ho helped him for Pure Love and no Hope of Rezvard. he loured the Houses Sorority, impressing ez ' cry .Suffragette zvitli the grandeur of his Platform and llie Great Cause he represented. Hut the E ' eminine Z ' ote zcas ez-er a Way- ward thing, and on election Day — well, that it may live Forez ' er we Append the Plat- form on zvhich Einar Graff sank to Obliv- ion — his Pompadour zvaving madly in the breeze and his Derby coz ' cred zoith Dust. 1. I don ' t like machines. II. " " ou oughtn ' t to like machines. III. I like picnics and smokers. I ' . I ' m studying Political Science. " . I ' m the Goods — Gimme a vote. ®t)e JHHatl of the Optimiat I met my friend the Optimist In the shower-baths at the gym. He minded not the water cold — The world looked bright to him. T cursed the tank and locker rooms. He thought them tine, he said. I said that things were running down. He smiled and shook his head. Tint when he turned to leave the showers His bright smile fled away: His eyes took on an anxious look: His face turned ashen gray. . t last he opened up his mouth - nd loosed an angry hmvl: . n Optimist, himself, must cuss When someone swipes his towel ! 2EiKn lie Stops ClB So live that when thy summons comes to join The innumerable caravan, which moves To that mysterious realm where each shall hear His sentence from the paucilor|uous Dean Thou go. not like the puppy-dog at noon, Slinking from the campus: but, sustained and smi By an unfaltering gall, approach thy fate Like one who stacks the chips of blue and white About him and deals himself two pairs of Queens, thed 586 Che Rral 15aliocr 0rom ;aftmnatl) Another of those parodies that no one is responsible for and that ii ' e all regret A girl there was and she cast her stare ( even as you and I ) At a noisy tie and some close-cropped hair. ( We call him a student — and do not care ) But the co-ed called him a lunch for fair (Even as you and I). Oh the coin he lost and the sleep he lost On this typical college dame, W as all because the girl was smart — ( The Prom was near — she played her part ) And he fell for the little same. The fool is down to his final sou (Even as you and I) Because of the game we saw right through She played it right and worked him, too : Then turned him down as they always do (Even as vou and I). A girl there was and she salved the stude ( Even as you and I ) Till he treated his purse in a manner rude. (He wasn ' t hep — the lad was crude) And he fell for the girl and her pleasant mood ( Even as you and I ). But it isn ' t the coin that makes him sad — Of that he can soon get more. By padding the bill that he sends to his dad (A custom, they say, that ' s a popular fad). That she got his goat is what makes him mad — Being stung, is wh. ' it makes him S ' ' re. SI dCIarntng to Cbil SDorrs College life is not a joke ; It ' s not just l. ugh .- nd pl.w. ' Cause now the Student Court h.as oi.me To THE ' V.ARSITY to ST.W. . N awful fe.ar h.angs o ' er our HE- DS And follows l s .about. . n ' the Student Court ' ll git vou Ef vou Don ' t Watch Out ! Xow IF you are a Freshman, You want to wear your cap, No matter if you go to church Or lie down for a nap. Don ' t hope to wear . nother one Or try to go without, Er the Student Court ' ll git you Ef you Don ' t Watch Out! .■ nd if you are a Sophomore, Gird in your strength of will: Don ' t duck a Freshman in the lake .And make him take a chill. For hazing is an awful crime — Of this there is no doubt, . ' n ' the Student Court ' ll git you Ef you Don ' t Watch Out! Once thekk was a little boy Who tried to make his mark. He cut the wires at Prom last year .And left them in the dark. His punishment was swift and dire .So mind what you ' re about, Er the Student Court ' ll git you Ef you Don ' t Watch Out ! Sometimes - dreadful thing is done By those who never cram. And haven ' t cot the proper sense Of honor in e-xam. The sin of cribbing, if ' tis known. Will put you soon to rout, .An ' the Student Court ' ll git you Ef you Don ' t Watch Out! So I hope I ' ve said, my children. Enough to .make you sure That in the future you will lead .A life devout and pure. For if you do a naughty thing Don ' t ever dare to doubt That the Student Court ' ll git you Ef you Don ' t Watch Out! Ei)c Krai " MtQct by Glen Dress Back ?ily hand is over my heart. I shudder and groan at the pain. It strikes a chill to my soul — 1 mourn and fear for my soul, And pray for relief from the bane. And rail at the sin of my sire. Whose curse must descend upon me. For should this curse ever fall, Though blameless 1 were in the past, My soul, my poor little soul, I think such a precious soul. Would shrivel and shrink in the blast. And 1 cry the injustice of law. For the curse must descend upon me. EfecU Ol ■ , . ■ .■;,, ' . , ' ■■ MllUr Ice-boat . ' tailor ( flapping his arms in the cold north wind 1 " Shiver Mike Timbers! " THt)SE GOOD OLD D. S JL ' CntJOt Thk FIRK burns low and THK embers FAI.l, as i muse on the days eeyonu recall. Those dear old days that are past and (;one Were pleasing and gay as a popular sonc. We laughed and we danced — and we studied, too. We did all the things that a student could do. Well — they ' re all over now, for you and for me And nothing remains but the sweet memory. S88 li; !: (■Jft, i ' l «:! ' ;■ " : ' 1 ' ' m ' ' : ' " ' ,■ ' l|iiii|iiti!5l!!!;i|,:i ' r li!r -gK 4 ' ¥ r: " fe Sg " l; ' i s- ' ' ' J vftW ADVERTISING A ll rttBiuq 66 The Door Beautiful ff WHY NOT USE M0KGA:N DOOKS? Hofore y m hiiild write for our new book ' The Door Heaiitifiil. " Morgan Company OSHKOSH. 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" MORSE " ThisRranil of Tavist Drills is a good one to get fa- miliar witli early. Start right by using it and keep abreast of Twist Drill development by eontinning its use. Efticieiicy Aceiinicy Durability Send lor IIIiisti-;ile4l t utjiloU. Prfc MOHSK TWIST I) KILL A: »L CIIINK CO. New Kedlonl. .Mtiss. 597 A iirrttBing Samuel Harris Co. CHICAGO. ILL. Mechanical Tools and Supplies for All Purposes If You Want (he Bes t ask for Cudahy Brothers Co. Famous " Peacock Brand «9 HAMS. BAC ?J AND LEAF LARD for sale in Madison 111 W. Mifflin Street l:V-i WillianiKon Street Krjink Brothers FIFTH AVKNITK B« t)T SHOP Kiiililers of SMART COLLKGE FOOTWKAR lil I ' ifth Avenue, Ne« ' Vork UFKiN MKASl ' RING TAPES are world reiiOM ' iied for their Durability, Work- manNhip, and Absolute Accuracy. The Lufkin Rule Co. SAGINAW, MICH. INEW YORK WINDSOR. OIST. LONDON Fuller Opera House " Playing the Leading Stars and AttractiouH Kn Tour, " Fair-Play Theatre 208 - 2 1 2 Stale Street Always the Best in ]! Iotioii Pictures also exhibit at THE FULLER OPERA HOnSF: About . ' Months Yearly 598 AtiurrttBiug Jenkins Bros. Val ves The important feature about all Jenkins Bros. ' alves is their rehability when in service. „ They are well proportioned, and have full openings. The metal is of the best grade, and so distributed that each part secures its correct proportion, thereby insuring the greatest possible strength. They look well, they are well con- structed, and when in service thev hold tight. The} ' are made in a variety of styles and sizes to meet every condition — Standard Pattern for medium pressures. Extra Heavy Pattern for high pressures. Special valves for superheated steam. All geuine bear Trade .Mark as shriwn in the cuts, and are absolutely guar- anteed. Catalogue Mailed on Request NEW YORK .JENKINS ItROS. BOSTO.N PHII.ADEI.FIII.V CHICAHO RE U DELED The Juneau Hotel European Plan SI.OO PER DAY ,V ' D UPWARD For the accoiiiinodatioii of (ho (rnveliniS public, our guests, we inaiiitiiiu a superior NIGHT AND DxVY R E S T A I R A N T Service Excellent Prices Moderate Everything in Season Train Lunches Put I ' p 22, " - ' J " J7- ' Jti!t- ' -;,U Wisr€ iisiii Street MII.W-VIKEE 599 A urrtiattm The University man of today specializes M ' e have specializeil for years on onr Supreme Hrand Products. Their Supreme Kxrelleiiee makes them the Standard in everv line. HAMS, BACON, LARD, CANNED MEATS, EXTRACTS, SAl SAGES, ETC, ETC. Its al ' ays snfe io say Supreme Morris - Company U. S. A. I r:i «-inii Inks HIGGINS 1 Ktrniai M nlm Ink Y F nj rosNine Ink a ITjiiirine .Miicila e ' Photo Mounter Paste I riiwiiic Boarfl Paste «liiitl Paste Office Paste ' ei elahle (jliie. KK " . Are the Kiuest and Rest Inks and Adhesives Fur Scln)f»]. Home and Business Use. Emancipaie yourselves from ilie use of corrosive and ill- snielliny inks and adhesives ami adopt the Higgins Inks AND Adhesives. They will bf a revelation to j-ou, they are ci sweet, clean, well put lip :i lul withal so efficient. At Dealers (jeiierally Chas. M. Hi i ;i ' s : Co. MANUFACTURERS 71 Ninth St.. l{KOt»KKYN, N. V. Branches: ( ' hicai t . I ontloii SAMSON SPOT SASH COKl) Extra (iuiility. Cxiiaranlee ! free from imperfections. The most durable and economical. Send for Samples, Cataloi iie and Tests Samson Coroaok Works BOSTON. MASS. FRED liLKIN CO. DEALERS IN WAM. PAPKR, PAINTS AND GLASS Picture Framing 4 13 STATK STKEET 6oo A lIrrtisinn 2.N1) FLOOR. CASWKLL I{LD(;. M I I.W A r KK E. M ' I SCO SI N Clothes of Quality I ' HICFS RKASONABI.K Give Us a Trial ()01 AfinprtiBiug REINDTORFF ZiLISCH Co. Telephone 9 7 9 Madison ' s Leaders IN MILK CREAM BITTER ICE CREAM Xelephone 9 79 VISITORS ALWAYS WKLCOME (lall :iud i et acquainted i ' ith inodern, sanitary methods w. L T . I N (i E R ' S For everything (hat w A is delicious to eat and drink. Have you had w A luncheon or lunch at L our store V If not. L T come in and, try some T of the thini s that look go« d to yon on our I menu. Also try some I IN of our pure and most d e I i - ! o u s c ii n d i e s . N G When ill our store you G E M ' ill see ikiieof the most modern and sanitary E R establishments in the R state. Keserve tjihles for Siiiidjivs and after 4 S Theatre Iiy telephone KM 3. S w . L T Z I N G E R • s William Owens PRACTICAL P L V M B E R A D GAS FITTER Xele| Iiinie I 1 1 IS NORTH I ' lNt ' KNKY STREET MADISON. WISCONSIN (iijj A iirrttBtng Three Essential factors in every 5CHCJDLorCOLLEQECOURSEl Drains. Ambition, The cone shape for ease in writing and secure friction lock of cap, the patented spoon feed for accurate ink supply, and the clip-cap to prevent loss are some of the individual qualities for the college success of Waterman ' s Ideals. Also Safety and Self Filling. Ask your dealer, L. E. Waterman Co., 173 Broadway, New York SUMJNER CRAMPTON PHOTO SUPPLIES 50.5 Slate Sirerl MADISON. M ' lS. St. Nicholas Restaurant KEN STITGKN, Proprietor Ph...... !»•,-, 1 IS- 121) W. Main Street | .VIADISON QUALITY SATISFACTION 003 Abitrrtiaiitg I. A. RlDGWAY Photoeriipher 17 West Main Street MADISON. WIS. To Possess the Best of auytliins is always a pleasure, whether it be a horse, an automobile, a dress or a suit of clothes. And it is just as true of your Business Stationery — Letter Heads, Envelopes, Announce- ments. Cards, etc. We strive to produce only the best work, and at reasonable l)rices: possibly a trifle high- er in some cases than the other fellow ' s " best, " l)ut — Parsons Printing and Stationery Co. " Tlip lluii li,-!.l Ofl H ' l- III 12 I . Carrol St.. .MADISON, WIS. . Iodern Equipment New Type Kaces ' W Ca.ntwkll Printing Co. Commercial and Cataloii Printing Loose Leaf Sheets and Binders Corner Pinckney and Doty Streets MADISON. WIS. For Pine Portraits and Lantern Slides Schubert STUDIO Phone No. 1 H :! 19 ' West .Main Street M. DISON, WIS. 604 AtiurrtiBing GO TO Sidney P. Rundell for Hiigh Class Hats and Men ' s Furnishings 72 East Main Street MADISON, WIS. Why do » -e advise yoii to eo lo THOMAS to have your PORTRAIT TAKEN? HEt AlSK He turns out nothing but first- class work. There is something 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 or the Badger work and has done it so as to satisf.v all concerned. Call and see him yourself and we will guarantee that you w-ill be more than satisfied. Let this be a letter of introduction from us to CARL THOMAS 26 West Miffliu Street F. W. Clrtiss Photographer Duplicates printed from E. R. Curtiss, A. C. Isaacs and W. Curtiss negatives lOS State Street MADISON. WIS. Kentzler Bros. LIVERY For Service. Punctuality, auil Quality They are Hani to Beat Phone Hii 603 AIiiirrtiBiim Kslahlislipd 18U4 Incorporated University Co-Operative Co. R. E. BOLTE. Mauai er TOTAL MEMBERSHIP OVER 8.200 IMPORTANT Are you or lo you expect to be ii Stiuleut ill Wiwcousiu? If so join the store o t-iied and controlled by students. Get our I ' aniphlet of Information. Comparative Statement of Last Fourteen Year ' s Business Year Sales Bo ' ht by Members Net Profits Added Surplus P.iid St ' kh ' Prs Approxi- mately Rate Per Cent 1S97 $ 9.534.52 $ 5.215.50 $ 316.07 $ 105.35 $ 210.72 5% in Merc landise 1S9S 13.090.44 4,040.80 607.02 202.32 404.68 10% in Merc landise ISM 10,199.43 6.396.75 1,336.65 53S.29 78S.3;j 12! 2 in ilerchandise I; III 29,303.78 13,068.60 2,403.31 801.05 1.602.36 lO x in Cash. or 12 % in Trade IMl 3:!.S05.99 18,037.67 2,282.20 478.44 1.803.77 9% in Cash, or 12 % in Trade 1902 35,009.14 18,309.14 2,744.76 713.76 1,830.99 i % in Cash, or 12K.% in Trade 1903 40.320.06 20,827.18 2.215.4S 1,020.00 2,082.02 nc in Cash, or 12; ,% in Trade 1904 40,070.29 23.G47.68 2.573.S7 1,187.50 2.366.45 9% in Cash. or 12 4% in Trade 1905 48.772.07 27,204.46 3.508.74 1,617.42 2.720.45 10% in Cash. or 13 % in Trade 1900 52,498.07 29.049.10 4.015.46 1.672.13 2,904.91 10% in Cash, or 13 % in Trade 1907 53.150.52 32,000.00 t2,SS9.40 1.357.00 2.560.00 S% in Cash, or 12H% in Trade 190S 74,390.75 38,840.61 4.120.70 1,763.53 3,495.65 9% in Cash, or 13 % in Trade 1IMI9 90.002.85 47.909.58 J4.1SS.62 2.253.78 4,188.62 9% in Cash, or 13 % in Trade 1910 100.S70.5S 53,746.47 5,100.02 2,467.57 5.463.62 9% in Cash, or 13 % in Trade Headquarters for all STUDENT ' S SI ' PPLIES. Write us when in ileeil of iiiiytliiil . Wp sell Books, Laboratory or Enjjineer ' s Technical Supplies, Sta- tii nery, Spalding Athletic Goods, Gents ' Furnishiniis. Cameras and Photo Supplies, Heiial Shoes, College Pennants and Posters, Confectionery, etc. Alleneder, Keuffel Esser, aiul E. Dietzgen Co. Drafting Instru- niciits and Supplies. Let us quote y€ u prices. . " 504 -SOS State Street M A D I S O ' , W I S t: O N S I IN •: 6o6 AiliirrtiBtng Custom Tailorin; WHY 60 and pay your hard earned money for something yon do not vant. Here, vhen yon come M ' ith a bine suit on your mind, yon kno ' w yon are going to have same made for you, and need not M ' ear either a Bro vn, Gray or Bhick array because yon could not find in blue that vhich suited you. That is vhy Custom Tailored clothes are the best and they can be had at reason- able prices. Our facilities in turning out good clothes can not be surpassed, and enables yon to get your suit in time for either a big or small party. An inspection of our carefully se- lected stock, M ' ill convince you that ' e are fully prepared to meet the most sedulous dressers. Suits, from $2().00 to 840.00 Trousers, $7.50 up Overcoats at suit prices YOrUS FOR THAT COMMK " CKMK T SIIT AD SON. l 5. 607 Abuprttfiiug r-1ANUFACTURER OEStGNER IMPORTER J. F. Newman 11 JOHN ST., NEW YORK JEWELRY FRATERNITY PINS MEDALS Maker and Oesi tier of Class and Society Pins and Kincs. Kniblenis, Xrophies, Cups. Leather and Sfationery etc. in KINE CiKADE ONLY Information on Request I WISH to thank the Stu leiit.s for their £ i»od ' ill and patronage in the past, anil remain, yikiirs lor ihe eoniiiii year. Chet Taylor AN IT P . T O - D A T E Drv Goods House o ■ A. T i: i 5 and 7 West Main St. AND K N O -W N ' The New York Store Haiidliiie only (he hes( of every- thing in all lines represented. We knov. ' wi ' e can please yon, :is %ve put every dollar to its pur- chasinc poM ' er limit :: :: :: :: Carpets and Rugs ALL KINDS Extra Size Ruigs a Specialty PHONE 611 Yates - Ff sher TEACHERS ' AGENCY PAVI, YATES. M:iiiai pr li4(i lichi aii Avenue C H I C A fi C) Coviie HAT SHOP lO South C urroll Street MADISON. WIS. 6o8 AJiurrtiBiny GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL CHICAGO, ILLINOIS aENTRAM.Y located I Clark Street iiiitl .lack- son ]{oiilevar l) opposite Post Office and ISoaril of Trade Itnilding — in midst of baiikini iiiid Wli4»lesale hnsiness district. Con- venient to sh4 ppini :iiid all jilaces of interest. Thoronjjhly renovated — iieM-ly equipped with seventy-five :id liti«»iial r »onis %vitli liatli atta lied. Most comfortable and lioine-like hotel, nio lern in every particiihir. Cafe, restiiiiriint and privjite dining- rooms. Ciiisiue and service of the best. Prices mod- erate. European plan. Rates for rooms S1.. " 0 per day and np vards. Very respectfully. Grand Pacific Hotel E. A. WHIPPLE, Manager MADISON TENT AWNING CO. W. G. KROPF. Proprietor Successor o Gallat her Ten Aiviiiiiii Co. LONG DISTANCE PHONE, BELI- 663 ' ' s A wiiiiiiiN. (aenr Jind t hiiin K«»llfr Aw nines. Tenls. Sails, Flniis. « ' iiui ii. Sliiili, Horse iiikI Miirhitip ' .ov TS Cfin€»|iies. Tents iiikI t ' aiiip l ' ' iirnit lire ■ • Krnl Gloves ;iii(l MiKens our Speeijilty .■JI9-321 K. Wilson SI., MAIIISON. WIS. Horsniun Tennis Kuckets Are GOOD Kiiekets The Horsiiiiiii .Model A-X ' Ntaiids !ii a elaNs hy itsell l oii ' ( biiy until yon have seen i(. Wril«» ttt ns if your flealer can ' t show- ii We jirc solo auenls in the I ' ll ile J States for the celehrat ' fl Ayres ' haiii |Monslii|) La vn Tennis Halls nn I H.vi.i.s ■low i ' ead ' titv l»islrihnlion Send for ne « ' ( ' aluloitue E. I. IIORSMAN CO. .•H;.-, Hro|iilway. ?JKW YtlHK J r Ir- M ii 609 A llrrtia nn KOLINMATS The Latest Novelty Photographic Mountings Sl ' ITABI.F FOR CAP AND GOWN PICTHRKS See them at FORDS Meet Me at the KENNEL CLUB for LiUuehew OPKN DAY AND NIGHT Telephone 1 7 ' JO C. E. REAMER 4ir SUitv Street SMAKT COLLEGE MEN TLDKNTS who pride theiii- l J selves on their progress in learning should not slight or overlook their personal appearance. It is a jE reat faet(»r in forniinj fntiire successes. For years " we have niaile a study of the needs of Collei e men and have practically every- thiuj in the way of clothes or of furnishinf s worn by the M ell dressed man at prices as low as the quality vill permit. Danielson, Mueller Simpson Tailors, Clothiers and Furnishers ' 21 South Pinckney Street, Madison " The Home of First-Class Clothes " 6io ADiitrrtiBtng BEN AND FRANK ' S LUNCH ROOM Ben Ladies Cjeiitleiiien Frank Phone SS7 SI, " I ' niversityAve High -Grade Clothing Ready-ti»- Wear " Society Brand " " Sincerity Brand " Clothes that are styled and bnilt especially for the young American Gentleman Baciiaraciis . ' 1! I Kiiwl Wiilor Street .MIl.WAIKKK. WIS. A GOOD TIP DINAL CAFE Kx eel lent Service Near Hoth Depots A (vood Place to Eat K I ' K O l» K a N 6ii AfiitrrtiBtiin If Yoit Are a Civil Engineer YOU -H-II.I, KIISD THE EN(iINEi:RIN(i RECORD of vital interesl and real value in your M ' ork. Its articles describe eiijiiiieerin v«)rks M ' hich exemplify the best practice in de- sii n and construction. They furnish you vith a store of valuable information on the actual con- ditions M ' hich yon M ill meet in the practice of your profession. There is another reason vhy it M ' ill pay yon to subscribe now. The half yearly volumes of the RECORD contain an immense amount of technical and prac- tical information on all branches of civil engineering and contracting vork to vhich engineers have frequent occasion to refer. Some day you v ' ill need this information and you cannot be; in too soon to accumu- late your osvn file of the paper. The ENGINEERING REICORD is published M ' eekly and contjiins duriiij the year over 2000 pai es of valuable reading matter, all of it on subjects in M ' hich civil engineers are directly interested. The regular subscription price is S. ' J.OO a year, but special rates are quoted to students on yearly orders and on trial subscriptions. Wrile Today for Free Sample Copy and Special TeriiiM Engineering Record 239 West :i! (li S(ree( NEW YOHK. N. Y. (112 AiliirrtiBtng KEELEY ' S FAMOUS BITTERSWEETS Enjoy lie l iiiverwal Kavor and HigheNf Rppntation ALWAYS IMITATED NEV ER EQl ' AI.ED Sent to All Parts of the World TRY OUR NEW and ORIGINAL MILK CHOCOLATE BITTI:RSWEETS THK LATEST IN CHOCOLATES THE " PAL »» 112 State Street. MADISON, WIS. GOOD COFFEE IVearly every way of iiiakiu hati some i ood poiiitts, but The Electric Percolator plan COMBINES tlieni all. Kxtrarfs the (lelicioiiN fhivor without the iiijiirioiiN eleiiieiitN. SLMFLE, SAFE, KAI ' II). ECONOMICAL N » Alcohol to Npill on the l oliNhed Tjihle CHAEING DISHES. WATER HEATERS. OVENS. ELATIRONS. STOVES. ETC. Madison Gas Electric Co. ■ ::: )- I ' Jti KaMi .Main Slrprt 613 VOLUME Xi.X U.- NO 5 RACINE. WISCONSIN, DECEMBER U. IVH 7S CEKTS A TEAR HERE is no choice. You muft either omit the be part of Wisconsin or use The Wisconsin Agriculturist We reach 60,000 farm homes weekly. Rate $4.20 per inch. 30 cents per hne. THE WISCONSIN AGRICULTURIST ARTHUR SIMONSON. Publisher RACINE. WISCONSIN GEORGE W. HERBERT M ' estf))! t-prt-sf !tative First National Bank Building, Chicago W. C. RICHARDSON, Inc. Eastern Represenlalive 4 1 Park Row, New York City AburrtiBinn BuRDicK Murray Co. M A I I S O N We lirer( Nperial atienlioii ( our splendid Nho ' iiii of Fa nIi ion a hie Tailored Suits and L.iii; erie Dresses for Misses. The same features that rharaeterize the prodnc- ti »ii for ' U ' earers of mature years M ' ill he fi»und here. The shi»rt coat, narroM ' skirt and various details in the matter of rolliir, lapel, and sleeve, dis- lini iiish the sh » vini . SriTS made to fit YOU Iliive your tailoring, pressinji, rleaniuf , dyin , repairing 4l« ue in the ' l) an D " vay. Cardinal Steam Dye Works I ' roprietor I ' hoiie l. 00 (}!2 { University Ave, Keeley, Neckerman Kessenich MADISON Phone 105B 15-17 N. Piiickiiey S(reci HANSEN ' S FURS I ' hnpire Fur Factory Kstablished 1SH2 .•t :t-:»7. ' 5-;»7T Easl ' a er 8(rp -( MILWAUKEE, WIS. CUT ELOWERS PLANTS t ' lioire in Variety and (Quality EVER KIT K I. t» K I S T ! 1 . " I nivpr»iif - Ave, Phone 7S2 6i6 A rliatm Get Your Clothes madf:-to.order SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A. Massal Son LADIES TAILORS THE MARBURG MADISON, WIS. ASK YOrR DEALER Tan Rubber Coat AND HAT TO MATCH lA ht, Pliable, Wjiter-pr iof, Very nifty anil serviceable in Nforniy M ' eallier. Look for OUR LABEL. I( stands for . " SS Vears in (he Rubber Business. Goodyear Rubber Co. M I L W A IT K E E WALTER W. WALLIS. Manager QuiN Sporting Goods Co. lakers of Fine Athletic Goods MILWAl ' KEE. WIS. Get Our New ( ' atalotf The Womans Building The Hesf Place for Dances aiiil Kiiterfaiiiiiients I ' hone .»j:t-» 2 lO Wes( (Mlinan Street 617 A llprt 8i BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, Inc. Minneapolis, Minn. One of the largest producers of College Annuals. Makers of Zinc Etchings, Halftones, Colorplates and Photogravures from your own or our Copies Art editors can obtain advice and sugges- tions from our large art department. REMEMBER BUREAU OF ENGRAVING next year. 6iS A urrtiHt lg BANK OF WISCONSIN MADISON. WISCONSIN Capital - - S300.(»0 ».00 Surplus • - . ' (). OOO.Od Additional Liabiliti N of Slockholdprs - . ' (OO.Itno.OII SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Safely Deposit Boxes for real at reasonable prices. Branch Bank locate ! corner Stale, •lohnHoii and Henry Streets JOSEPH M. BOYD. President H. L. RrSSKLI.. Vice-Pr-sideiit FRANK KESSENICH. t- ' d V. Pres. CHAS. O ' NEILL. Cashier IRVINfi E. BACKUS. AsEl. Cashier at Branch Bank Students of Mechanics al «-ays discern in our Corliss Enj ines v Nn Ire lakini anil Kefri eraliniS lachinery those refinements of detail M ' hich denote the hii hest type of engineer- iii nbility and skillful construction. Inspect Ol ' R machinery in YOl R I ' niversily THE VILTER MEG CO. i»ti Cliuton Street MII.WACKEE. WIS.. I ' . S. A. EIMER AND AMEND ESTABLISHED 1851 MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF Chemicals anD Cljcmical lapparatus 205, 207, 2og and 211 Third Avenue, NEW YORK Corner of 18th Street Finest Bohemian and German Glassware, Jena Norma! Glassware, Royal Berlin and Meissen Porcelain, Purest Hammered Platinum, Balances and Weights, Zeiss Microscopes and Bacteriological Apparatus, Chemically Pure Acids and Assav Goods FIRST nUALITV SUPPLIES ONLY PROMPT SKRVICK 019 AtinrrttBtng The DuPont Jury of Five Engineers Served YOU as Well as Their Direct Employers w hen they deter- mined the su- periority of . C. Smith Bros. Typewriters (ALL THE WRlTlhG ALWAYS IN SIGHT) When the DuPont Powder Company recently bought 52! typewriters, the largest indi- vidual order on record, the importance of the purchase called for expert opinion in the selection of the make. 1 he DuPont Company appointed a jury of five of their own engineers. These me- chanical experts examined many makes of machines, putting them through every test, and unanimousl}; decided in favor of the L. C. Smith Bros. By this decision these engineers did you an invaluable ser ' ice — relieved you of the trouble and anxiety of choosing. Their expert and unbiased opinion means as much to you — to any type- writer buyer — as it did to their own Company. Many concerns have already been in- fluenced by the decision of the DuPonts ' mechanical experts and have standardized the typewriter that stood the test — the L. C. Smith Bros. Typewriter. Send today for our " DuPont " booklet L. C. SMITH BROS. TYPEWRITER COMPANY Head Offi.ce for Domestic and Foreign Business. Syracuse, N. Y., U. S. A. Branches in all large cities WD L Matthews Building, Milwaukee isconsm branches-, k, oo m ■ c,, , c- a i .■ No. Zj Main btreet L, Madison Aftitrrttaing look Into the Shift- key Mechanism of the Typewriter You Plan to Buv Before Decid- ing — -It ' s Important. Inspect and Compare With That of Other Machines This Easy, Silent, Bali-Bearing Single Shift of the NEW MODEL L. C. Smith Bros.Typewriter ALL THE WRITING ALWAYS IN SIGHT Unlike the ordinary capital shift it requires no lifting of the carriage. The 1 ypebar Segment itself is advanced on ball bearings to capital position. As this segment is the same in ail L. C. Smith . Bros, models, our wide - carriage machines shift as lightly as the correspondence size. This easy shift-key touch keeps the operator ' s fingers from getting tired and uncertain, and, as the carriage does not have to be jiggled up and down, the printing point is always stable, whicii insures the proper placing of capitals. Just one of many carefully worked out points of superi- ority about which the free Booklet tells. Send for it. L. C. MVIITH BROS. TYPEWRITER CO., (Bra„che,in aii Large ti„„) SYRACUSE, N. Y., U. S. A. Head Office For Europe, Asia and Africa .... Wisconsin Branches ] JJ ' i M " ' q ' " ' l f . ' I No. 23 Mam btreet E, Madison 19 Qucon Victoria Streel. London. E. C. Oji A lt rttB n •| The Richesf German Population in America lives in the territory formed by iscoiisiii and bordering states with Milwaukee the principal center of wealth (the wealth of the many, not the wealtli of a few). Here is a population of thrifty, indus- trious people and they are the kind ivho hai ' e the money and will spend it if yon have anything useful and sensible to sell them. This is a list of German papers that thoroughly cii ers this held and it is the only list that does. The following three papers of this list cover the entire Milwaukee German field. Thev are : Only German K Only Caennan lorii Only German Suud Milwaukee Daily Gerniaiiia- Abendpost. 24. (JOS .Milivankee Daily Herald. 17.021 .Milwaukee Sonntai Npost. 43.706 Tile balance of this list, comprising mail urder and farm papers, reach iutu e ery nook and corner of this prosperous German coun- tr -. (jennauia. (Family) (Mailorder) - - . 108.1K6 Han. 4 A; llauernfreniid, ( Farm Paper 1 (Mail Order) - lO-I.OOO Dnelsclie War(e, (Family (Mailorder) - - . 22. IO0 Die KnudNrhau. (Family) (.Mail Order) - - - 2. ' .000 inti I aper nj I ' aper ay Paper MR. ADVERTISER. IF YOU HAVE A CLEAN PROPOSITION INVESTIGATE THIS LIST. WRITE FOR SAMPLE COPIES. ADVERTISING RATES. ETC. The Gkrmania Publishing Co. MILWAl ' KEE. WISCONSIN Eastern Office: i West ,?4th Street, N ' ew York, X. Y. Chicago Office: 701 Schiller Mldg., Chicago, 111. NIEDECKEIS MIXER I PATENT APPLIED FOR) The Perfect ShoM ' er Control i r 4 ALL TYPES OF SHOWERS Bl ' ILT WITH THIS NEW ANTI-SCALDING VALVE Huffman Hillings Mfg C ). MILWAUKEE. M ' IS. tHEPHUb MADISON. WIS. Pre-eminently the Students ' CKOTIIIKR HABKHDASHER SHOH-1 ' ITTER Itecaiise ladisoii offers iiu service like " Hub " Service. AhiprttBing R. F. J. Roolim Co. Sixty-oiip years experience in the iniinnfjictiire 4if Fraternity .lewelry. Fobs Pennant N Charms Pipes Rinj s Medals M ' ' rite for Illustrated Cataloii. also Price List nl Radices Makers of STANDARD PHI HETA KAPPA KEYS 21 Grand River Ave. East DETROIT. MICH. STUDENTS have secured many GOtID POSITIONJS M ' itli the aid of a |ihf (i craph. AAencie-s and l:iri e Conipanyies insist npon havini »iie for reference. We are experts in posinfi andknow vhat is re |) ii ' cd. Our prices are reJisimahle. If y«»n tirtler ve ivill please yon. Schneider ' s Studio 21) K. Mifflin S ., MADISON, WIS. VEBSTER ' S NE V INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY The Only Xcn- unabridged dictionary in many years. Contains the pith and essence of an authoritative library. Covers every field of knowledge. An Encyclo- pedia in a single book. The Only dictionary with the jVew Divided Page. 400,000 Words Defined. 2700 Pages. 6000 Illustrations. Cost $400,000. Post yourself re- garding this most remarkable single volume. Write for sample pages, full particulars, etc. Name thia paper and w ! TTiU send FREE aet of Pocket Mapa. G. C. MERRIAM CO. SrRIN -t ' I - ' ' D. JI A .S. ES Eor Your ' ex( Shi lie GO TO THE Id eal ShininjJ Pj irlor Expert Boot-KI tckj Excellent Work Good Service .lAMES MOHTOiN, Pr.. prie (or 2111 " Slate St reet MilM ' aukoc Chair Company MAN! ' l-At TIHKHS OF Kiiie Chili rs III Willi kee. Wis. E. W. CRAM Kit. I ' reKiileiil F.H.WESTI.AKK. Serreliiry Has vell Furniture Coinpjiny THE HOME OF iOOD FrR.MTrRE ladisoti. Wis. CLAYTON M HASWELL. President hii«1 Xreasnrer 623 AbitrrtiBiug SANITARY FLAT TOP DESK. 50 IN. OAK. $18. OO Desks at Factory Prices The above desk is a sample. There is a saving of from 14 to 1-3 of the selling price of office desks and fur- niture by buying direct from our factory salesrooms. The best material and the most expert labor combine in making j odWsiWittS desks superior to most other makes and cheaper because the buver of a single desk is on a footing with the dealer vho buys quantities. -tiT. ' S Wes( Water Street, Milwaukee, Wis. Iteoanse you have not expressed a ' ant« does not signify that it does uot exist. YOU NEED A FOrNTAIN PEN-EVERYWHERE ALL THE TIME To be more pointed, you need THE fountain pen — for pen perfection is rare — it inheres only in the RIDER. Granted — some pens don ' t work — wliicli is true also of some motor cars, some typewriters, some locomotives. But mechanical equilibrium is possible — the nice adjustment of a foun- tain pen to the needs of particular. bus people. This is the RIDER PERFECTION FOUNTAIN PEN— made for professional, expert people: applicable to everybody ' s use — anywhere, under all conditions. Simplicity is the keynote — accuracy and dependability are the RIDER watchwords and as near perfection as things mechanical ever aiiproach. Just hve parts — no joints to leak — a large gold pen that writes smooth- ly and evenly the moment it touches the paper — a pen readily tilled and cleaned with ease — a pen that court stenographers use — those who can ' t afford to e.xperiment. THE PKN vol ' W.VNT .VM) ' KEI Sold by SEVEN Madisou Dealers THE J. G. RIDER PEN CO. ROCKFORD. ILL. 624 AJiitrrliatug C. G. W. Which Means Can ' t Go Wron; There is no doubt about it if you want REAL DRl G STORE SERVICE There ' s no place like The Menkes Pharmacies 38 W. Mifflin Street S29 University Avenue 17 6 Monroe Street " Just Say " HORLICK ' S It Means Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food-drink for All Ages. More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the weakest digestion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk , malted grain , powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a minute Take no substitute. Ask for HORLICK ' S. Others are imitations. EVERYBODY PLAYS I ' OOL AND BILLIARDS " THE COLLEGE " BILLIARD HALL Everything New Including the Maiiaiieinpiit H. W. S ' h veineiii ' ■Z ' 2T State Street MADISON. WIS. f ' J5 A l1rrttBtu HONORBILT Shoes THE FAVOKITE OF ALL COLLECiEME They have he NmartiiesH of style so much desired by youiiti men. When you select llonorhilf Shoes you secure a combination of correct fashion and extraordinary M ' earini qualities. Mayer Houorbilt Shoes are extreme- ly popular v here all vell dressed meu j congregate. Ask Where You Buy Shoes F. Mayer Boot Shoe Co.. Milwai kee. Wis. Mayer " Leading Lady ' Shows make a " hit " «-ith the Co-eds. CONKLIN SOINS PIPER BROTHERS COMPANY WHOLESALE AN!) RETAIL i K O ( ' H K S MEINDOTA LAKE ICE, coal; WOOD Sal(, Cement, Stiiooo, While Lime, Two Ri6 Hair jiikI Sewer Pipe Up -to -Date Stores OF KICK! ■J 1 K. Mifflin Sirpel 614 W. Main Sireel. near C. M. ,V St. P. Dppot 211 Sonlll Baldwin Street ICE HOISKS: :V li E. BOrliaui and . " IS M ' . Wilsnn S(s, Finckney Street and State Street 626 AiiiirrtiBing I OM is Union Snits The QUALITY Line ' ' They ' ll iit yoiir shsipe jiud keep their ' s " V« r Snle liy Kirisl C ' Iiinn Healers K ve r V M ' li e re Milwaukee National Bank of Wisconsin Comer Kasf M ' ater and Michii an Streets Capital, S4o0,()00.()0 Surplus and Profits. S I . " iU.OOO.OO luvKes Your Business J. F. WM. INBUSCH. KtRD. MEINECKE, CARL PE SHORN. r,EO. W. STROHMEYER L. M. ALEXA DER, W.M. F. FILTER. INO. F. STROHMEYER. li. V. DELA HUM. Directors und Officers: f D.ihlni,iii Inbusch Co. of A. .Meinecke Son of Meinecke Toy Co. President Vice- President Casliier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier LUley College Uniforms The majority of nierican colleges r.ir theiii ' because killecl uniform tai- lors make I.illey Uni- forms from strictly a II - w o o 1 materials that will give longer wear and hold their shape, tit and look better than any other uniform you can buy for the money. Write for Complete Catalog. The M. C. LILLEY CO. COLl ' MKI ' S.O. 627 3 g =3 N UJ I « O 09 s ! AJiurrliBtnn ' Holeproof " are the Hose for Service COLLECiK I IEN need Ihe romfort nnd wear that Holeproof l ives. In Holeiiroof Hose yoii f et a c imbiiiaf ion of comfort, style and unnsual wearinig «inalitieB — every box of six pairs carries a six month ' s i iiarantee ai ainst holes. To be sure you f et a genuine " Holeproof see that the trade- mark beloM ' is on the toe. lloleprooniosieru • OR MEN women ' AND CHILDREN The ' 2 cent " Hi leproof " is Ihe world ' s best niarter sock. Six pairs liuaranteed six months, $ 1 .50. The extra liliht weight. S2.0( , The mercerized, with a silky finish. S. ' J.OO. Your choice €»f all one color or assorted. " Holeproof pure silk sox, SiJ.OO for a b€ x of three pairs — guaranteed to wear three months. The genuine " Holeproof is sold at Sid. RundelTs, Main street [Write for free book. " How to Make your Feet Happy ' HOLEPROOF HOSIERY CO. 541 Fourth Street, Milwaukee Clothes for Now — the Kind Yoiin; Men W ant C iM LI ' KriK I IEN want Seasonable Clothes — not clothes carried | over fr(»m last season. They want clothes and furnishings that ll are up to the minute in every detail. This store carries no floods over from one year to another. All of «»iir clothinii is made for today, styled for today, ready for y«»u yoiini men of today. The best efforts of the i ' wtt hii hest priced desiiiners in the world are to be had at this store. No other store is in position to liive yon equal service and values. We carry the only Journeyman Tail(»red Clothinii that ' s made in America ready to |)iit on. Kxc ' lusive A f " ts for the Hoyal Tailors SuitN Made to Order. $2 ).00 to $40.00 LOTHING OMPANY 629 AiiitrrtiBinrt MORE WORK, BETTER WORK, AND EASIER III a - »iiiinerrial sense, (he employer is interested in the (|iiaiitity and quality of the out- put of his typists. It is evident, too, that it is to the hest interest i»f the 4»perator that earh day shall shi»M ' u satisfactory amount of work ■well done. Therefore, hoth employer and operator fiud Monarch ;.! ' : ' ,. a sure means to a desired end. This exclusive feature of the lonarrh Type- writer results ill in »re work because the Monarch is so much easier to operjite than other typewriters less physical energy is required. The work is uniformly hetter liecause the operator is not liampere l hy " Three O ' Clock Fatit ue, and finishes fresh right up to closiu] time. WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE MTERAT RE The Monarch Typewritkr Co. Il!l Broadway. M 1 1. WAU K EK. WIS. THK TREMONT (»SHK« SH. WIS. AMKHICAN PLAN S2.n( iiiui S2.25 Wilk Hath S2.50 FUHOI ' K.VN PLAN $l.(l( and u| . per day • HIR .motto:! Always Try to Satisfy WISCONSIN ACADEMY Corner Stiite Jind (iilman Streets lADISON. WIS. Accredited to all courseii of the University. Gives thoroug h preparatioas in all lines of A cademic Work. University Students can here make up deficiencies in their preparatory courses. For catalo jue address IVliss Charlotte K. RichnioiKl Priiiciital For Choice Cut Klowers, FloveriniJ Plants, anil Eli»ral Decorations, Place your order vith CAPITAL CITY GREENHOITSE CO. FRED RKNTSCIII.ER Mil milder Cirei iili4 iise Plitriie. HH7T Stale Street Store Pliotie. I 71» 630 Ahurrtiaiug ' HIS IS a parHal viov of the Cjistlo-PIorce M Priiiliiiji Company ' s hiiildin; in vlil( ' li B print inj of { ood qualify is done every k day 111 tlu ' year. C )llesie Annuals are ill! iiuportant part of the product, and a long list of colleges and universities form the patrons of this shop. The 1J)1!2 IJadger vas priiit( d hi ' re. Castle-Pierce Printing Co. 25-27 Ilich Street OsliKosli, WisiMiiisin 6 1 AbiiprtiBtnn THE CHAS. H. ELLIOTT COMPANY The Largest College Engraving Honse in (he World COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS CLASS DAY PROGRAMS AND CLASS PINS Dance Programs and Invitations Menus Leather Dance Cases and Covers Fraternity and Class Inserts for Annuals Praternity and Class Stationery WEDDING INVITATIONS AND CALLING CARDS PHOTOGRAVURE PRINTERS OF THE FRATERNITY CRESTS AND PRES. VAN HISE ' S PHOTOGRAVURE IN THE 1912 BADGER. WORKS: 17th Street and Lehigh Avenue NORTH PHILADELPHIA. PA. b3- »- i CO o o A iiprttBtng We Find It Very Easy To run ii liiiiiiilry (hat will pleuNO our patrons. That ' s our hiiNiiieNS. We are not afraid to tel! why it is that we find this business so easy. Ve run it to suit you; that ' s only right. You pay the money that ' s your busiuess: all the same there are h»ts of laiiii lries where y m pay the money and iSet all the tronlile. Iterause »e take the trouble, is -why we are i ettiug so large in a business way. Alford Brothers T K I. I II » N li;{ and I 1. ' North Carroll Street. MAIHSON, WIS. t ' M EVKRY DAY PRODUCT OF Castle-Pierce Printing Co. OSHKOSH. WISCONSIN PRINTERS OF 1!M2 HADGKR AbiicrtiBiug The Badger Co. TAILORS ANI CLEANERS Telephoue 36. 513 State Street Specialty of Military Uniforms CLEANERS OF Ladles and Gents Snits AGENTS FOR Lamm and Company, Chicago THE Western Uniform Co. Clark and Adams Street CHICAGO UNIFORMS Cadets, Bauds, Societies, ITshers, Base-Ball, Basket-Bail, etc, etc. lakers of the Official Uniforms For the University of Wisconsin Cadets CATALOGS FREE 636 AfturrtiHiitfl John Rea Woolley PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER 509 State Street. MADISON. M ' ISCONSIN 6. - Aburrtistng For SPKCIAL INTERIOR DECORATIONS HOME FrRNISHINGS SI Ilfl FINE RI GS address F. L. FUESS Foiirth.and ijrancl Avenue MILWAUKKE Special Discount STUDENTS l se Wisconsin ! Iade Goods WILLIAMS LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK I. West Williams Co. laiiufacturers MILM ' AIIKEE lllank Itooks Record Cards Eilin Supplies (New) Southern Hotel Michiijan Boulevard and l. ' {(hS ree CHICAGO ALEX DRYBURGH Fres. and Msjr. .•JOO l{f»f»lllS AbKoliilely Fire-Proof Cir ' iilaliiif In- Waler C. H. SHAW Treas. 200 With I ' rivafe Bath II i)ih- Class Restiiiiraiits at Moilerate I ' riees Chicago ' s Most M »ilorii Hotel 638 AJiitrrtiBtiig MOSSLER CO. 19 JACKSON IJOl LKVARD. KAST Old ' o. 50 ENGLISH FASHIONS WITH THE NON- PADDED SHOULDERS SOFT, EASY, GRACEFIL FRONT % -|-|,p " NKW ENGLISH SAC " vi(li ihv iintiiral shoulders, fac- Kiniilo " f the styIeK shown l y (he leailiiiii New York mid ItuKloii (iiiloiK. !S ' -;0 lo S. ' O. SI»i: " IAI. VAMlKS, S7. " . The " NI-;W KN(;i-ISII RAliLAN " oiiliiig c- uiIh smart uiid very lixise, mill-proof roiiijh iiiiiteriiils, S-J5 - s.$o - s;;.- . Si EClAL GAKMKNTS k.kthi: (COLLEGE MI ' :N 1 ojy AtiiirrttBtnq To Art Lovers HEKI ' IXi posleil rei ardlng what is Iipiiiii done by the Iea l!iiii leN!)inerN and priiiiers of Ainericfi M ' e are en- abled io furiiiNh Intelligent information to onr custonierN every day. A visit to our shop «-iU convince you that -we are tloinii some of the finest grade «ork obtainable. The beauty of l!splay is only one reason that should tempt you here. Wide range of prices to suit the desires of all persons alike is a consider- ation that you should not lose sight of; and M-hether the price be high orlo v, our reiuiineratiou is in proportiitii to time aii l material furnished. I ' riiit Shop products are alw ' ays high grade and artistic and it is our aim and policy -to satisfy all. PRINTING THE PRTIVT SHOP ,; .- ' ■■ ' W. PRINTERS dp: SIGNERS MADISON, WISCONSIN ERWIIN H. KOCH. Manager ... . ..640 Afiuprliaiim flionos of Quatjiy ' pianos of Q ualif u ' sconski JJ J Usk rytMiifmiu ■ii North Carroll Strp( , MADISON, WIS. 72 i an OS of QuaUty ' Pianos of Quality " QUAL.ITY ' The Four Corner Stones on which Our Business is Built. PIANOS Of Honored Lineaije and liood Repute What ' s In a Name ? SMALL STRING INSTRT. I KNTS Mandolins, (iuifars and liunjos lustiiifi NatiKfactioii at A lonti history of success and sat« isfactory service is ill the name on the t ' all hoard of every piano we handle. MaNon - Hainlin, Conover, Blasiiis Cahle. Albrecht. Kini sbury, Refjeiit, and W e 1 1 i II f t o II l ianos. All s|iell their respective The trade mark of iinulity in landolins. lauiturs, Kauios, etc. is the iiauie " Washburn " prices. THE BKST MONEY WILL HITY THE BEST FOR THE MONEY VIOLINS A Choice Assortment of New and Old Here attain the same carefnl reiiurd i quality has been observed. Washb irii instriiineiits are t idi l ami favorably kno « ' n, are played by the leading artists and have (Jiven iiiiif4 rin and uni- versal satisfuctioii to bt th performer iiiid audience. SEE OUR FINE DISPLAY OF SMALL GOODS INNER- PLAYER Mechanif-al Perfection Without Mechanical liisic ery violin offereil has a full sonor- ous, flexible lone, is true and acrurate. Many of these uiodeis, copies of the old musters, rival the orii inals in i rare and beuntyof lines. Ol TR VIOLIN VALUES ARE CONVINCING The hiiiiiaii touch of the niarve Player meclianisin is ( li delitiht of Ihr 111 II s i c u 1 . There is nothiuii of the Hnl »niatie or se I f i oiiii idea in music produced throiiifch the Inner • I 1 a ■ e r device. Let us sb«»%t- yoii II list of pur- chasers of Coil ' over, ( ' able and Kint sbiiry lf»ns I n iipr- prise and er-Playcrs. " Jl listansin W U ronipany TT l idlson , 2lli " pianos of Q ualit y Pianos of Qualify 041 A lt rtis un THE MOST UP-TO-DATE AND SANITARY CANDY KITCHEN IN THE CITY SCHWOEGLER THE KIN(i OF HITTEH SWEETS 528 State Street ()42 A llrrttBtttg The First National Bank OF MADISON, WIS. No. 11 1 United States Depository Capital, Surplus, aud I ' udivided Profits, S 100,000.00 Assets over. 82,000,000.00 OFFICEHS AND DIRECTORS: A. E. PROUDFIT. President FRANK G. BROWN R. M. BASH FORD WAYNE RAMSAY, Cushier M. C. CLARKE, Amat. Cashier M. E. FULLER, Vice-Pre»iden( E. B. STEENSLAND .IA»IES E. MOSELEY Interest paid € ii time ( ' ertit ' ioates of I e| i sit. ThiN Bank solicits the arcouiits of firms, individuals and corporations. Every effort is made to fiive customers iirompt and efficient service. , ■ SA V, have yon ever inel the orii i- nnl Twins if Hi»ot Ithtrk Kanie V IF so, vhirh one i« ihiw V They are jES . lora e l a( . ' 5 11 S(a(e Street and on tlie corner of I ' inekney iind Kini Sireetw. Y ' ' ' " ' (hir Shinini I ' lirlorN are for l.a lie(!« and R 1 iientlemen. We have a separate eoni- ' r ' partnient for ladies special attention 1 " " " " " l-iven to ladies. W-v4 Ve call for shoes and deliver, and also do Sli4 e Kepairini . Our nii»tto is ■Biis Hl i.. fod ii oo l work, and we employ n »tli- B inu hot expert hoot hla ks. We cjirry a full line t»f Shoe Dress- inj N ]in l I. aces to sell to the trade. Hk H Watch f ir onr red cart in the H Fniversity district, which brinj in the shikes off the feet to he sinned aii l repaired. Andkrsen Bros. wii it: 11 ONK IS THIS ? PRttPRIKTOKS P. S, — We lead aiiil ,. h,.r. (..How ' r.l..,.l...,.» ' ll ' ti: 04J atibcrtisina Inbn Alford Bros 634 Anderson Bros 643 Archibald. E. F tjOT Auld. D. L 595 Bacharach, J. W tJ15 Badger Co 636 Bank of Wisconsin ■ 619 Bailev Furnitvire Co 594 Ben Frank 615 Eesly, Chas. H 596 Bunde I ' pmeyer 595 Burdick : Murray 616 Bureau of Engraving 61S Cantwell Printing Co 6U4 Capital Citv Bank 5% Capital Citv Florist Co 630 Cardinal Cafe 615 Cardinal Dye Works 616 Castle-Pierce Printing Co 631 Central Wisconsin Trust Co 596 College Book Store 591 College Billiard Hall 625 Commercial National Bank 594 Conklin Sons 626 Cook : Brown Lime Co 596 Coyne Co 608 Crescent Clothing Co 629 Cudahy Brothers Co 598 Curtiss Photo Studio 605 Danielson, Mueller iS: Simpson 614 Democrat Printing Co 595 Dietzgen, Eugene 596 Eimer : Amend 619 Elliott, Chas. H. Co 632 Espenhain Co 638 Everett. E 616 Fair Play Theater 598 First National Bank 643 Ford ' s Studio 614 Frank Bros 598 Fuller r)pera House 598 Fuller- Warren Co ] 595 tiermania I ' ublishing Co 62J Goodvear Rubber Co 617 Grand Pacific Hotel 609 Grinde, John 603 Hansen Empire Fur Co 616 Harris, Samuel S: Co o9S Haswell Furniture Co 6-3 Higgins. Chas. H. Co 60f) Holeproof Hosiery Co 629 Hoffman. Billings Co 622 Horlick Malted Milk Co 625 Horseman. E. I. Co 609 Hub, The 622 It-nkins Bros 599 .luneau Hotel 599 Keeley ' s Palace of Sweets 613 Keeley. Neckerman vV Kessenich 616 Kennel Club 614 Kenzler Bros 605 Keuffel Esser 597 Klein, Fred Co 600 Lillev. M. C 627 Lufkin Rule Co 598 Lewis Knitting Co 627 Madison Gas Electric Co 613 Madison Tent Awning Co 609 Massal X- Son 617 Mayer Boot Shoe Co 626 McGraw Publishing Co 612 Menges Drug Co 625 Nlerriam. G. A. Co 623 Milwaukee Chair Co 623 Milwaukee Drug Co 597 .Milwaukee National Bank 627 Monarch Typewriter Co 630 Morgan Lumber Co 590 Morse Twist Drill Co 597 Morris Packing Co 600 Mossier Co 639 Morton, Jas 623 Newman, J. F. Co 608 New Southern Hotel 638 New York Store 608 Northwestern Furniture Co 624 Norlliwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co 628 (Jlsen iS: Werliusen Co 593 Owens, Wm 602 Pantorium Co 594 Paper Mills Co 603 Parsons Printing Co 604 Piper Bros 626 Print Shop 640 Juin Sporting Goods Co 617 Rendtorff c Zilisch Co 602 Rider Pen Co 624 Ridgwav Studio 604 Roehm, " R. T. F. Co 623 Kundell, Sid ' ney P 605 Samson Cordage Co 6C0 Sattler. F. C 601 Schneider Studio 623 Schubert, T. C. Studio 604 Schwoegler. A. J 603 Smith, L. C. Co 620 Smith. L. C. Co 621 Stitgen. Ben 603 Summner i!v Cramton Co 603 Taylor, Chel 6CS Thomas, Carl 605 Tremont Hotel 630 Trostel. Albert Co 592 Cniversity Co-operative Co 606 X ' llter Mfg. Co 619 Waltzingers 6U2 Waterman, L. E. Co ' . 642 West Williams Co 638 Western Uniform Co 636 Winchester Repeating Arms Co 593 Wisconsin Academy 630 Wisconsin Agriculturist 610-611 Wisconsin Music Co 641 Woman ' s Building 617 Wooley. John Rea 637 Yates-Fisher Teachers " Agency 608 644 Book 31 nil CI Acacia " ' .r Activities Frontispiece. Opposite 1j4 Administration. Opposite ' . dvertising Club l ' ' . ' . dvertising I ' rontispiece oS9 , gricultnrc Faculty _ !•• . gricultural Literary Society ITS- 9 Alpha Chi Omega ii5- « . lpha Chi Sigma 433- 4 . lpha Delta Phi 389-90 .- lpha C.amma Delta 483- 4 Alpha Phi ' WS- 4 .Mpha Sigma Phi 413- 4 , lpha Tau Omega 405- ti Alpha . i Delta 479- S(] . lpha Zcta 504- 5 .Munini Magazine 191 . qiiatics 313 . thenae 1 ' - " 3 . thletic Association -47 .Mhletics Frontispiece, Opposite -K r»adger Rowing Club -91 Baseball Frontispiece 295 Baseball. Girls " 321 Baseball. Inter-College 301 P aseltall, Inter-Fraternity 302 Baseball. Review of Season 298 Baseball Season 300 Baseball Seniors 299 Baseball. X ' arsitv Team . 296- 7 Basketball. Class 30S Basketball. l-Vontispiece 303 Basketball. C.irls ' 323 Basketball. Review of Season 306 Basketball. Seniors 307 Basketball. Varsity Team 304- 5 Bernstein ' s Pictures 251 Beta ( " iamma Sigma 506 Beta Theta Pi... 341- 2 Bowling. Girls ' 324 Bowling. Inter-Fraternity 315 Bronze Key 495 Cadet OtTicers ' Pictures " 233 Cadet Officers ' Roster 232 Campus Pictures 25- 29 Castalia ISO- 1 Catholic Students ' .Association 527 C. F. U 528 Chicago-Wisconsin Track Meet 271 Chi Omega ' • " ' v - Chinese Club 517 Chi Psi 349-50 Circus Pictures lo615S Circus Poster 155 Civil Engineering Society 519 Classes. Opposite 30 Class Basketball 308 Class Crew Regatta 288 Class Standings 153 Class Track Meet 2i4 Clubs Frontispiece 511 Commencement Pictures 31-34 Commercial Club 523 Competitive Drill 234 Conference Track Meet 26S Countrv Life Club 525 Crew Club Regatta 288 Crew. Freshman 289 Crew Frontispiece 281 Crew Pictures 292- 4 Crew. Review of Season 284 Crew. Senior Pictures ' 285 Crew. Varsity 2S2- 3 Cross Countrv 310 Cub ' s Club .. ' 199 Daily Cardinal 188 Daniells ' Chemical Society 52 " ? Debaters ' Pictures 160- 1 Dedication Delta . lpba • 0 " Delta Delta Delta ' ' Sir- 8 Delta Gamma " " f- 8 Delta Kaiijia Fpsilon 397- 8 Delta Tau Delta 361- 2 Delta Ipsilon 35i- 8 Dixie Club |;12 Drama Frontispiece - " ■ Editors, Board of ;; Edwin Booth Dramatic Club " t,- Engagements and Marriages " 24d Engineering Faculty 1 ' Equal Suffrage League MO Euthenics Club ' -J Executive Officers Fencing Club ' ' ' Final Oratorical Contest ; Football. Freshman Team -?;; Football Frontispiece .jrn ' o Football Pictures .«s Football, Review of Season .,=,.- Football. Seniors .■;™- ' Football, Varsity Team ic? Forensic Board i " - Forensic " W " Wearers. .......■■•• ■•• ' " Fraternities. Order of Establishment. 4 Fraternity Baseball " ; Fraternity Bowling " Fraternity Frontispiece Freshman Crew - ' • Freshman Dec i° Freshman l- ' oothall Team - Freshman Frontispiece J?J Freshman Officers ' " - 509 Gamma .Mpba . Gamma Phi Beta ••■■-•■••; l i. ' X Germanistische Gesellschaft ,10 Girls ' . thletic Frontispiece 3 Girls ' Baseball t:l Girls ' Basketball - Girls ' Bowling ? " » Girls ' Glee Club -3« Girls ' Gvni Pictures -» Girls ' Hockey J " Glee Club •■■• » Golf Club ■■ }° Gym Team ' " ' Hammer and Tongs „no o Haresfoot Dramatic Club 208- 9 Hazing Pictures ,„, ? Hesperia l ' , „» Hoards Press Club J-g Hockey. Girls ' 3-- Hoosier Club . 13 Illinois-Wisconsin Track .Meet 269 Inner Gate Inspection -35 Inter-Class Basketball 308 Inter-CollcKC Baseball 301 Intercollegiate Debate 1 " 0 Inter-Fraternity Baseball 302 International Club 516 Interscholastic Meet 2(6 Iron Cross " ' St loint Debate 1 1 junior Class Play 206- 7 Junior Class Track Team 2i5 junior Committees 141 .Tunior Exhibition ■ Ififi Junior Frontispiece 139 junior ()fficers 140 Junior ( pen 167 Junior Pictures 142-146 Junior Pro menade 242- 3 Junior Smoker Picture 246 645 ©00k IlnlifE Kappa Alpha Theta 4o5- ti Kappa Kappa Gamma 443- 4 Kappa Phi Gamma 417- S Kappa Sigma 377- S Law Faculty -- Letters ami Science Faculty i ' Live Stock Club 5: 4 Mamlulin and I ' anjo Club " 227 " lanicLirc Shop " L ' lO- 1 May Fete Pictures o2(i Memorial ;ii) Medicine Faculty 21 Mendota Crew Club 2flll Military Frontispiece 2;!1 Military lectures 24lJ M inin ' Club 521 Minnesota-Wisconsin Track Meet 27u Minor Sports Frontispiece 3 ilt Minor Sports Pictures olS Monastics VXi Mortar Hoard 4M7 Musical Clubs Cliitpings ' S -i Musical Clubs Picture 225 lusic Faculty 22 Music Frontispiece 223 Mystic Circle 4 111 New Faculty Members 23 Nu Alpha 437- 8 Numeral Wearers V.) 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" 330 Short Course Prom 246 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 393- 4 Sigma Chi 353- 4 Sigma Nu 385- 6 Sigma I ' hi 409-10 Sigma Sigma 508 Skull and Crescent 496 Socialist Club 526 Societies Frontispiece 485 Society Frontispiece 241 Society of Mechanical- Engineers 520 Sophomore Committees 149 Sophomore Frontispiece 147 Sophomore (.)fficers 148 Sophomore Open 168 Sororities, (.)rder of Establishment.. 440 Sorority Frontispiece 439 South ' Division H. S. A. A 515 Sphinx 1S9 Student Conference 328 Student Court 327 Tau Beta Pi 502- 3 Tennis 312 Theta Delta Chi 368- 70 Theta Sigma Phi 201 Title Page 1 Track, Chicago- ' isconsin Meet 271 Track. Class Meet 274 Track, Conference Meet 2i)S Track Frontispiece 263 Track. Illinois- Wisconsin Meet 269 Track. Indoor Relay Carnival 272 Track, Junior Class Team 275 Track Pictures 277- SO Track Records 273 Track, Review of Season 266 Track, Seniors 267 Track. 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