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Full text of "The alumni directory of the University of New Mexico, including a list of the members of the board of regents, the officers of administration, and the faculties of the University, 1892-1918"

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Alumni Directory 



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Including a List of the Members of the Board of Regents, the Officers of 
Administration, and the Faculties of the University 

^ T892-1918 

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published quarterly by the university of new Mexico 

entered may 1 . i 906, at albuquerque. n. m.. as second class matter 

under act of congress of july 18, 1894 



HARVARD COLLEGf lIRKARi 

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THE INSTITUTION 

OCT 2Z 1931 



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PREFACE 



As a glance at the Table of Contents would reveal, this 
Bulletin, the first Alumni Directory to be published by the 
University of New Mexico, is intended to give a complete 
record of its graduates and a list of the members of the Board 
of Regents, the Officers of Administration and the Faculties of 
the University since its opening in 1892. If found to be of 
intrinsic value and interest, it is hoped that a revised edition be 
issued every five years and, if feasible, a pictorial and historical 
sketch of the University should be included. 

To the name of each person knowTi to be deceased, an 
asterisk (*) has been prefixed. A dagger (t) following an 
address indicates that we have not heard directly from the 
person, but believe the address given to be correct. When two 
addresses follow a biography, the first indicates the present 
and temporary residence ; the second, the permanent address. 

The University wishes to be kept informed of any change 
in address or profession. 

. JOSEPH B. ROSENBACH, 17. 
University of New Mexico, 
April, 1918. 



CONTENTS 



Roll of Honor 5 

Classification of Degrees 6 

Alumni Directoiy 7 

Candidates for Degrees, 19 IS 22 

Holders of Certificates 23 

Graduates of the Commercial Department 23 

Graduates of the Normal Department 23 

Regents and Faculty 25 

The Board of Regents 25 

Officers of Administration 26 

Faculty and Other Officers of Instruction and Administration.... 26 
Index to Alumni 34 



ROLL OF HONOR 



The following is a list of Alumni, members of the Board of Eegents, 

and the Faculties of the University, now engaged in some phase of war 

service. This list is corrected to April 1, 1918. 

IRA VANCE BOLDT 

LOUIE CROFT BOYD 

PROF. JESSIE L. BREXNEMAX 

CARL DAVID BROREIX 

FRED MYRON CALKINS 

WILLIAM COBURN COOK 

EDMUND W. DORAN 

PROF. WILL E. EDINGTON 

GROVER CARLTON EMMONS 

GEORGE ADLAI FEATHER 

RAYMOND DANIEL GLADDING 

WALTER FRANCIS GOUIN 

LESLIE MEREDITH HARKNESS 

MATTHIAS HIGGINS, JR. 

PROF. DOUGLAS WILSON JOHNSON 

CLYDE KELLY 

PROF. IRA B. LANPHIER 

JOHN ALEXANDER LAPRAIK 

CHARLES HENRY LEMBKE 

JOHN R. McFIE, JR. 

BENJAMIN CLAY SINGLETON 

PROF. ANTHONY W. WAND 

PROF. FRANK E. WOOD 

Note. — There are about eighty other men, sometime students, but not 
graduates, of the University, who have joined the colors. 



CLASSIFICATION OF DEGREES 



1892-1917 
The degrees granted by the various Colleges of the University are 
distributed as follows: 

BACCALAUREATE DEGREES 

Bachelor of Arts 81 

Bachelor of Pedagogy 2 

Bachelor of Science 19 

Total 102 

ADVANCED DEGREES 

Master of Arts 2 

Master of Science 5 

Total 7 

Total number of degrees granted 109 

Duplications 3 

Total number receiving degrees 106 



Candidates for Degrees 
1918 

Bachelor of Arts 9 

Bachelor of Science 2 

Total nttmber of candidates for degrees 11 



ALUMNI DIRECTORY 



CLASS OF 1898 

JOHN WEINZIEL. M. S. 

Graduate, AViseonsin State Normal School, 1893; B. S., University of 
Wisconsin, 1896, M. S., 1899, Ph. D., 1906. Principal, Fairchild, Wiscon- 
sin, High School, 1893-1894; Assistant Professor of Biology, University 
of New Mexico, 1898-1900, Professor of Biology and Chemistry and 
Director of the Hadley Climatological Laboratory, 1900-1907; Profes- 
sor of Bacteriology, University of Washington, 1907 — ; Fellow, Med- 
ical School, Harvard University, 1917-1918 (on leave of absence). 
Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Epsilon. Society of American 
Bacteriologists (Vice President, 1914-1915) ; American Public Health 
Association; New Mexico Association of Science (President 1904-1906); 
Washington Association for the Prevention and Eelief of Tuberculosis 
(Secretary, 1908-1917); Am^erican Association for the Advancement of 
Science. Author of "The Micro-Organisms of Canned Foods" (in 
press) and twenty-five printed papers. Married Jacquetta Lee, 1896. 

2 Foster Street, Brookline, Mass., or 

4144 Tenth Avenue. Seattle, Wash. 

CLASS OF 1899 

GEOEGE ELLETT COGHILL, M. S. 

Student, Shurtleflf College, 1891-1893. B. A., Brown University, 1896; 
Ph. D., ibidem and University of Wurzburg, 1902. Assistant in Math- 
ematics and Fellow in Biology, University of New Mexico, 1897-1898, 
" Assistant Professor of Biology, 1898-1900; G. A. R. Fellow in Biology, 
Brown University, 1901-1902; Professor of Biology, Pacific Univer- 
sity, 1902-1906; Professor of Biology, Embryology, and Histology, Wil- 
lamette University, 1906-1907; Professor of Zoology, Denison Univer- 
sity, 1907-1913; Associate Professor of Anatomy, University of Kan- 
sas, 1913-1916, Professor, 1916—. Sigma Xi, Alpha Tau Omega. Fel- 
low, American Association for the Advancement of Science; American 
Microscopical Society; American Society of Naturalists; American So- 
ciety of Zoologists; American Society of Anatomists. Author of "The 
Correlation of Function and Structure in the Development of the 
Nervous System" and several printed papers on Neurological sub- 
jects. Married Muriel Anderson, 1900. 

R. F. D. 9, Lawrence, Kan. 

*FRANK S. MALTBY. M. S. 

B. A., Moore's Hill College, 1893; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1893-1895. Director of the Gymnasium, University of New 
Mexico, 1897-1899, Registrar, 1898-1899. Co-author (with Weinzirl^ 
'98) of ' ' Some Observations on the Lung Capacity of Young People 
Living in New Mexico." Died 1900. 



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CLA8H OF 1900 

JAME8 FRANKLIN MESSENGER, M. S. 

B. A., University of Kansas, 1895; Graduate Student, Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1897-1898, M. A., 1901; Ph. D., Columbia University, 1903. 
Instructor in Psychology and Philosophy, University of New Mexico, 
1898-1900; Assistant in Psychology, Harvard University, 1900-1901; 
Fellow in Psychology, Columbia University, 1901-1902; Instructor in 
Psychology, Minnesota State Normal School, 1903-190-4, Virginia State 
Normal School, 1905-1909; Professor of Education and Director of the 
Summer School, University of Vermont, 1909 — . Sigma Nu. Fellow, 
American Association for the Advancement of Science; American 
Psychological Association; National Education Association. Author of 
several printed papers. Married Lora Estelle Olds, 1895. 

Care University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

THOMAS ALBERT BENDRAT, M. S. 

Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1905-1907. Minister. Tea, 
South Dakota, 1901-1905, Constableville. New York, 1907-1911, Tur- 
ner's Falls, Massachusetts, 1911-1915, Chicago, Illinois, 1915 — . Co- 
author (with Herrick) of "Identification of an Ohio Coal Measure's 
Horizon in New Mexico. ' ' 

255 South Division Street, Chicago, Ill.t 

CLASS OF 1901 

DOUGLAS WILSON JOHNSON, B. S. 

Student, Denison University, 1896-1899. Ph. D., Columbia University, 
1903, and Harvard L^niversity, 1904. Teacher. Albuquerque, New Mex- 
ico, High School, 1900-1901; Assistant on U. S. Geological Survey, 
1901, 1903, 1904, 1905; Assistant Professor of Geology, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 1903-1907, Harvard University, 1906-1912; 
Lecturer in Geology, Teacher's School of Science, Boston, Massachu- 
setts, 1907-1912; Geographer on New Jersey Geological Survey, 1912- 
1916; Associate Professor of Physiography, Columbia University, 
1912 — . Major, Intelligence Section, U. S. A., 1918 — . (On a special 
mission for the government to the Western front.) Sigma Xi. Fellow, 
Geological Society of America; American Association; American Acad- 
emy of Arts and Sciences; New York Academy of Sciences (Vice 
President, 1915-1917); Washington Academy of Sciences; American 
Geographical Society; Philadelphia Geographical Society; American 
Museum Society; National Geographical Society; Seismological Society 
of America; Physiographer's Association of New York (President, 
1915-1916); American Rights League (Chairman, 1915-1918); Geog- 
raphy Committee, National Research Council, 1910 — ; American De- 
fense Society (Trustee); Director, Shaler Memorial Expedition of 
Harvard University, 1912; Associate Editor, The Geographical Review, 
1915 — ; Editor, Division of Geography, National Highways Associa- 
tion, 1915 — ; Member, Special Government Mission to the European 
War Zones. Author of "Topography and Strategy in the War"; 
"Shoic Processes and SlKu-eline Develuiiment "; ''Mv German Corre- 



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spondence"; "The Peril of Prussianism "; and several printed papers. 
Married Alice Adkius, 1903. 
Care Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

EVA VIEGINIA JOHNSON, B. S. 

Professional Nurse, Sistervillej West Virginia, 1901 — . 
Sisterville, W. Va. 

CLASS OF 1903 

GUSTAF ALFRED MAGNUSSON, B. A. 

M. D., University of Minnesota, 1908. Physician, Aitkin, Minnesota, 
1909-1911; Instructor in Bacteriology University of Minnesota, 1911- 
1913; Physician (Specialty— Clinical Laboratory), Seattle, Washing- 
ton, 1913 — . Sigma Xi. Author of "Observations on Soil Moisture in 
New Mexico from the Hygienic Standpoint"; "Meteorological 
Tables"; (with Wcinzirl, '98) "Observations on Increased Blood 
Counts Due to High Altitude." Married Ellen C. Johnson, 1913. 

1001 Cobb Building, Seattle, Wash., or 

2031 Eastlake Avenue, Seattle Wash. 

CLASS OF 1904 

JOSEPHINE S. PAESONS, B. A. 

Graduate Student, University of California, 1904-1905. Head of the 
Commercial Department, University of New Mexico, 1893-1912, Asso- 
ciate Professor of Eomance Languages and Literatures, 1912-1916, 
Professor, 1916-1917, Secretary of the University, 1912—. 

905 West Tijeras Avenue, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

CLASS OF 1905 

THOMAS SYDNEY BELL, B. A. 

Student, University of Colorado, 1901-1904. B. A., Oxford University, 
1908. Ehodes Scholar from New^ Mexico, Oxford University, 1905- 
1908; Fellow in Eoman Law and Comparative Jurisprudence, Colum- 
bia University, 1908-1909. Lecturer in International Law, University 
of Washington, 1910-1912; Attorney at Law, Tacoma, Washington, 
1910-1913, Pasadena, California, 1913 — . Pasadena Emergency Defense 
League; Vice President, Ouachita Valley Eailway Company; Director, 
Freeman-Smith Lumber Company, Southern California Sugar Company. 
Author of: Von Bar "History of Continental Criminal Law" (a 
translation). Married Louise Freeman, 1910. 

1330 Hillcrest Avenue, Pasadena, Calif. 

CLASS OF 1906 

LILLIAN GEETEUDE HUGGETT, B. A. 

M. A., Northwestern University, 1909. Assistant in Latin, University 
of New Mexico, 1904-1906, Instructor in Latin and German, 1906- 
1908; Fellow in Literature, Northwestern University, 1908-1909; Head 
of Latin Department, El Paso, Texas, School for Girls, 1910-1912; 
Special Teacher, Phoenix, Arizona, Public Schools, 1913; Superintend- 



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ent of (Schools, Lordsburg, New Mexico, 1915-1911); Teacher of His- 
tory, El Paso, Texas, High School, 1916 — . .Sigma Sigma. 
1210 North Oregon Street, El Paso, Texas. 

CLASS OF 1907 

KATE CARTHAGE CUNNINGHAM (BENHAM), B. A. 

Librarian, University of New Mexico, 1902-1903; Teacher, Heatoii, 
New Mexico, Public Schools, 1907-1908, Gallup, New Mexico, Public 
Schools, 1908-1909. At home, Williams, Arizona, 1909 — . Sigma Sigma. 
Married Henry L. Benham, 1909. 

Williams, Ariz. 

ROSE MAY HARSCH (LICHTENWALTER), B. S. 

Clerk, U. S. Forest Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1907-1916; As- 
sistant in Forest Pathology, Bureau of Plant Industry, V . S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, 1916 — . Married Dr. Don G. Lichtenwalter, 1917. 

221 South Broadway, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

ISABEL OGILVIE NIVEN (MURPHY), B. A. 

Graduate Student, Stanford University, 1907-1908. Teacher of History, 
Wilmington, California, High School, 1908-1910, Tulare, California, 
High School, 1910-1911, Pomona, California, High School, 1911-1914, 
Manual Arts High School, Los Angeles, California, 1914 — , Married 
William Roe Mui-phy, 1910, 
866 North Avenue (Si^, Los Angeles, Calif. 

CLASS OF 1908 

ALLAN FRENCH KELLER, B. A. 

Postoffice Clerk, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1908 — . Married Kate 
Vaughn, 1910. 
801 North Eighth Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

WILLIAM DENNIS SELF, B. A. 

B. S., Vanderbilt University, 1908. Farmer and Stockman, Brookland, 

Arkansas, 1908 — ; Member, Arkansas State Legislature, 1911-1913; 

President, Jonesboro, Arkansas, Chamber of Commerce. 1916-1917. 

Married Blanche Malone, 1913. 
Brookland, Ark. 

FLEDA EMMA SMITH, B. A. 

Graduate Student, L^niversity of Chicago, Summer Quarters, 1908, 
1909. Instructor in Domestic Science, University of New Mexico, 1908- 
1910; Teacher of Home Economics, Los Angeles, California, Public 
Schools, 1911 — . Federation of Applied Arts and Sciences of Califor- 
nia; Pacific Conference of Home Economics; Los Angeles City 
Teacher's Club. 

311 East 47th Place, Los Angeles, Calif. 

JOHN RALPH TASCHER, B. A. 

Ij. I>. B., Northwestern University, 1911. Assistant in Mathematics, 



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University of New Mexico, 1906-1908; Attorney at Law, Chicago, Illi- 
nois, 1911 — . Delta Chi, Alpha Alpha Alpha. Married Janet Brison, 
1912. 
354 East Fiftieth Street, Chicago, 111. 

c£aSS of 1909 

KIRK BRYAN, B. A. 

B. A., Yale University, 1910, Graduate Student. 1910-1912. Assistant 
Geologist, U. S. Geological Survey, 1912-1911 ; Instructor in Geology, 
Yale University, 1914-1917; Associate Geologist, U. S. Geological Sur- 
vey, 1917—'. Sigma Xi. Geological Society of Washington. Author of 
"Geology of the Vicinity of Albuquerque." 

Care U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C, or 

417 Fleming Building, Phoenix, Ariz. 

HARRIET KATHARINE DAVIS, B. A. 

Student, Morosco-Egan Dramatic School, Summer Session, 1909. Grad- 
uate Student, University of Southern California, Summer Session, 
1910. Teacher of English, East Las Vegas, New Mexico, High School, 
1909—. 
413 Tenth Street, East Las Vegas, N. Mex. 

GROVER CARLTON EMMONS, B. A. 

Student, Auburn University, 1903-1905, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 
Business College, 1905-1906. Graduate Student, Vanderbilt University, 
1909-1912. Bookkeeper, J. D. Emmons Furniture Company, Albuquer- 
que, New Mexico, 1905-1906; Pastor, Methodist Church, Salem, Ar- 
kansas, 1912-1913, San Marcial, New Mexico, 1913-1915, Gallup, New 
Mexico, 1915-1917. Private Secretary to Bishop W. R. Lambuth and 
War Evangelist, 1917 — . Pi Kappa Alpha. 
515 East Central Avenue, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH McGUINNESS, B. A. 

Graduate Student, Notre Dame University, 1912-1913. Attorney at 
Law, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1909 — ; Assistant District Attorney, San- 
ta Fe, New Mexico, 1909-1912, Assistant Attorney General, 1913-1915. 
New Mexico Bar Association. Married Marie D. Riley, 1912. 

Santa Fe, N. Mex. 

CLARENCE ELMS ROGERS, B. A. 

M. S. (E. E.), University of California, 1910. John W. Mackay Fellow 
in Electrical Research, University of California, 1909-1910. Engineer, 
Automatic Electric Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1910-1912, Bay Cities 
Home Telephone Company, Oakland, California, 1912-1914; Engineer 
of Subscriber Equipment and Special Studies, Pacific Telephone and 
Telegraph Company, San Francisco, California, 1914 — . American In- 
stitute of Electrical Engineers. Married Emily Anna Mitchell, 1912. 

3122 Grove Street, Oakland, Calif. 

EDMUND ROSS, B. A. 

Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, 1912. Civil and Mining 
Engineer, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1909 — , City Engineer, 1916- 



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1917, County Engineer, 191S — . Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Chi. Rotary 
Club. Married Evelyn Everitt ('13), 1914. 
402 South Walter Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

EVA MARIE SPICER, B. A. ^ 

Student Monmouth College, 1905-1907. At home, Monmouth Illinois, 
1909—. Teacher, Hazel Dell School, 1915-1916. 
402 East Euclid Avenue, Monmouth, 111. 

LILLIAN SPITZ (BIGLER), B. A. 

Student, Wellesley College, 1907-1908. Teacher of English, Artesia, 
New Mexico, 1909-1911, Principal, Atoka School, 1915-1916, Substi- 
tute, Public Schools. 191(3-1917. At home, Artesia, New Mexico, 1917 — . 
Married Earle N. Bigler, 1910. 
Artesia, N. Mex. 

WILLIAM BURKE WROTH, B. S. 

M. E., Cornell University, 1913. Assistant to the Chief Mechanical 
Engineer, J. G. White Management Corporation, New York City, 
1913—. 

43 Exchange Place, New York, N. Y. 

CLASS OF 1910 

WALTER ROLAND ALLEN, B. S. 

Commercial Engineer, General Electric Company, Schenectady, New 
York, 1910 — . Alpha Alpha Alpha. Edison Club of Schenectady. Mar- 
ried Ruth Taft Case, 1917. 

160 Furman Street, Schenectady, N. Y. 

HUGH McLELLAN BRYAN, B. A. 

Student, Princeton University, 1908-1909. B. A., Oxford University, 
1913. Rhodes Scholar from New Mexico, Oxford University, 1910- 
1913. Forest Examiner, U, S. Forest Service, 1913—. Sigma Chi. 

Care U. S. Forest Service, Albuquerque, N. M. 

LAURENCE FREDERICK LEE, B. A. 

L. L. B., Yale University, 1913. Attorney at Law, Albuquerque, New 
Mexico, 1913 — . Phi Delta Phi and Corby Court, Alpha Alpha Alpha. 
Field Secretary, State Council of Defense; State Chairmen, Four Min- 
ute Men. Married Eileen McMillen, 1914. 

523 North Eleventh Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

LENA MYRTLE PRIDE (LOUGHRIDGE), B. A. 

Teacher, Gallup, New Mexico. High School, 1912-1914, Santa Fe, New 
Mexico, High School, 1916-1917. At home, Gallup, New Mexico, 
1917 — . Sigma Sigma. Married C. L. Loughridge, 1917. 

Gallup, N. Mex. 

JOSHUA JOEL SAULSBERRY, B. S. (E. E.) 

Expert Electrician, El Paso, Texas, 1910-1912, Electrical Engineer, 

1912—. 
700 Mesa Avenue, El Paso, Texas, or 
Alamogordo, N. Mex. 



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EDITH WALKER (LANE), B. A. 

At home Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1910-1917, San Diego, California, 

1917—. Married David Redick Lane, 1913. 
San Diego, Calif. 

CLASS OF 1911 

KARL GUSTAF KARSTEN, B. A. 

Student, University of Illinois, 1907-1908, University of Chicago, 1908- 
1909. B. A., Oxford University, 1914; Graduate Student, Columbia 
University, 1914-1916. Rhodes Scholar from New Mexico, Oxford Uni- 
versity, 1911-1914. Newspaper Reporter and Publicity Agent, New 
York City, 1916-1917; Statistical Expert — Advertising and Merchan- 
dising, 1917 — . Sigma Tau. Liberal Club of New York; Collegiate 
Anti-Militarism League. Married Elinor Cox, 1917. 
520 East 77th Street, New York, N. Y. 

LORA MARIE LOVELACE, B. A. 

At home, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1911 — . Phi Mu. 
1216 West Central Avenue, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

MARIE LOUISE PARRISH (McCARTHY), B. A. 

Teacher, Lufkin, Texas, High School, 1911-1912. At home, Lufkin, 

Texas, 1912—. Married Joseph McCarthy, 1912. 
Lufkin, Texas. 

JULIA BAYNARD PICKARD (BAILEY), B. A. 

At home, Cleveland, Ohio, 1911—. Phi Mu. Married Rev. Ralph E. 

Bailey, 1911. 
6801 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 

ALICE CAROLINE SCHREIBER (DAWSON), B. A. 

Graduate Student, University of New Mexico, 1911-1912. Teacher, 
Albuquerque, New Mexico, Public Schools, 1912-1916. At home, Arrey, 
New Mexico, 1916 — . Married Oliver R. Dawson, 1916. 

Arrey, Sierra County, N. Mex., or 

Derry, N. Mex. 

ARTHUR RAYMOND SEDER, B. S. 

Principal, Carlsbad, New Mexico, High School, 1911-1913, Clovis, 
New Mexico, High School, 1913 — . Sigma Chi. Married May Aline 
Grantham, 1913. 

Care Clovis High School, Clovis, N. Mex. 

CLASS OF 1912 

MATILDA FLORENCE ALLEN, B. A. 

M. A., Stanford University, 1914. Assistant, Bureau of Insular Af- 
fairs, Porto Rico, 1914-1916; Teacher of Spanish and French, Flathead 
County, Montana, High School, 1916—. Phi Mu. 

Care Flathead County High School, Kalispell, Mont. 

RAYMOND DANIEL GLADDING, B. S. 

S. B. (Sanitary Engineering), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
1915. Paving Chemist, Warren Brothers Paving Company, 1915; Water 



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Supply Eeconnaissance, Barrows and Breed, 1915-1916; Building De- 
partment, General Electric Company, Schenectady, New York, 1916; 
Asphalt Paving Chemist and Eesident Engineer, Anderson and Clurbin, 
Charlotte, North Carolina, 1916-1917. First Lieutenant, 20th Engineers, 
U. S. E., 1917—. Theta Chi, Alpha Alpha Alpha. Eotary Club; Amer- 
ican Testing Materials Society; American Public Health Association: 
Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Married Oscie Duisella Chrisman, 
1916. 

20th Engineers, American University, Washington, D. C, or 

55 Mill Street, Athens, Ohio. 

EENA MAEY FEEGUSON, B. Pd., B. A. 

M. A., Columbia University, 1913. At home, Albuguerque, New Mex- 
ico, 1913 — . Teacher, Albuquerque, New Mexico, High School, 1915- 
1917. Phi Mu. 

224 North Eighth Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

CHAELES HENEY LEMBKE, B. S. (E. E.) 

Civil Engineer, U. S. Indian Service, 1911-1913; Building Contractor, 
Edward Lenibke and Son, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1913-1917. Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Company G., 364th Infantry, U. S. E., 1917—. Pi 
Ivappa Alpha. 

364th Eegiment, Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wash., or 

416 South Walter Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

EOBEET TULLIS SEWELL, B. A. 

Assistant Cashier, American Trust and Savings Bank, Albuquerque, 
New Mexico, 1912-1916; Paying Teller, State National Bank, 1916—. 
Sigma Chi. 

321 South Third Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

ELLICE CLAIEE VON DOEN, B. A. 
At home, San Antonio, Texas, 1912 — . 

225 McKinley Avenue, San Antonio, Texas. 

CLASS OF 1913 

ELDEED VEENON ANSPACH, B. S. 

Student, Ohio Northwestern University, 1909. Chemist, Phelps-Dodge 
Corporation, Douglas, Arizona, 1913 — . Co-author (with Kelly, '13) of 
"Preliminary Study of the Waters of the Jemez Plateau, New Mex- 
ico." Married Grace A. Grimmer, 1913. 

1300 Seventh Street, Douglas, Ariz. 

AMOS LINDSEY AULICK, B. A. 

Student, University of Denver, 1904-1907, Baylor University, 1907- 
1910. Th. B., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1915. Pastor, 
Pulaski Heights Baptist Church, Little Eock, Arkansas, 1915-1916; 
Student Secretary, Baptist Student Missionary Movement, Fort Worth, 
Texas, 1916 — ; Teaching Secretary, Arkansas Baptist State Conven- 
tion, Little Eock, Arkansas, 1917. Married Marie Cook, 1908. 

Box 995. Fort Worth, Texas. 



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WILLIAM COBURX COOK, B. A. 

B. A., Oxford University, 1917. Rhodes Scholar from New Mexico, 
1914-1917. Camp Leader, Y. M. C. A., 102nd Infantry Brigade, in 
France, 1915; Chief Assistant to the District Superintendent, British 
Ministry of Munitions, Manchester, England, 1917 — . Married Elsie G. 
Jennings, 1917. 

77 Richmond Grove, C-on-M, Manchester, England. 

EVELYN EVERITT (ROSS), B. A. 

At home, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1913 — . Phi Mu. Married Ed- 
mund Ross ('09), 1914. 

402 South Walter Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

CLYDE KELLY, B. S. 

Assistant Engineer, Shannon Copper Company, Metcalf, Arizona, 1913- 
1914; Clerk, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, Fresno, Califor- 
nia, 1914-191(3. First Sergeant, Company C, 2nd California Infantry, 
Mexican Border Service, 1916-1917; Captain^ 9th Battalion of Infantry, 
U. S. R., 1917—. Sigma Chi. Co-author (with Anspach, '13) of "Pre- 
liminary Study of the Waters of the Jemez Plateau, New Mexico." 
Married Jean Morrissey, 1917. 

9th Battalion, 166th Depot Brigade, Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wash., 

or Fresno, Calif. 

LILLIAN MAY KIEKE, B. A. 

Principal, Commercial Department, New Mexico Normal School, 1914- 
1917, Jerseyville, Illinois, High School, 1917—. Phi Kappa Phi, Phi 
Mu. 

Care Jerseyville High School, Jerseyville, 111., or 

211 South First Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

CLASS OF 1914 

IRA VANCE BOLDT, B. A. 

Salesman, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1914-1917. Sergeant, Quarter- 
master Corps, U. S. A., 1917 — . Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Auxiliary Remount, Depot 326, Camp Cody, Deming, N. Mex., or 

323 South Edith Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

MARY WEIR BRIGHT, B. A. 

B. S., Kansas State College, 1916. Teacher of Science, El Paso, Texas, 
High School, 1916-1917, Gallup, New Mexico, High School, 1917— . 
Phi Mu. 
Box 955, Gallup, N. Mex. 

*EDWARD VON KLEIN DE WOLF, B. S. 
Died 1915. 

EDMUND W. DORAN, B. A. 

Student, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Business College, 1915-1916. 
Teacher, Fort Scott, Kansas, High School, 1914-1915, Albuquerque, 
New Mexico, Business College, 1915-1916, New Albany, Indiana, High 
School, 1916-1917. Second Lieutenant, Company L, 150th Infantry, 
U. S. A., 1917—. 

150th Infantry, Company L., Camp Shelby, Miss. 



1.6 University of Neir Mexico 

LESLIE MEEEDITH HARKNESS, B. A. 

City Editor, Superior, Wisconsin, Telegram, 1914-1917. Sergeant, Sup- 
ply Company, 341st Infantry, U. S. A., 1917 — . Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Supply Company, 341st Infantry, Camp Grant, Eockford, 111., or 

Superior, Wis. 

MATTHIAS HIGGINS, JR., B. A. 

Student, Medical School, University of Cincinnati, 1914 — . U. S. Med- 
ical Reserve Corps, 1917 — . Sigma Tau. 
1043 Columbia Street, Newport, Ky. 

HELEN DORCAS JAMES, B. A. 

Graduate Student, University of Illinois, 1916 — . Teacher of English 
and History, Santa Rosa, New Mexico, High School, 1914-1916, Ros- 
well. New Mexico, High School, Summer, 1915. Graduate Scholar in 
English, University of Illinois, 1916-1917, Fellow, 1917—. Phi Mu. 

Care University of Illinois, Urbana, 111., or 

Las Cruces, N. Mex. 

ARNO KARL LEUPOLD, B. S. (E. E.) 

Graduate Student, University of Colorado, Summer Session, 1916. In- 
structor in Practical Mechanics, University of New Mexico, 1914-1916, 
Associate Professor, 1916 — . Alpha Delta. Man-ied Rhae Wilsey, 1916. 

116 South Yale Avenue, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

CHERANGE SYLVIA ROBERTS, B. A. 

Assistant Librarian, University of New Mexico, 1913-1915. Teacher of 
Spanish, East Las Vegas, New Mexico, High School, 1916 — . Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

Care East Las Vegas High School, East Las Vegas, N. Mex. 

EDWIN STANLEY SEDER, B. A. 

Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory of Music, and Director of the 
College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico, 1914 — . Phi Kappa 
Phi, Sigma Chi. Fellow, American Guild of Organists. 

Care University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

FLORENCE MASON SEDER, B. A. 

Teacher of English, Tucumcari, New Mexico, High School, 1914-1916, 
Auburn, Illinois, High School, 1916-1917, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 
High School, 1917 — . Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Mu. New Mexico Associa- 
tion of Teachers of English (Secretary-Treasurer, 1917-1918). 

Care Phi Mu Sorority Chapter House, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

BENJAMIN CLAY SINGLETON, B. A. 

Student, Westminster College, 1910-1913, Dental School, University of 
Iowa, 1916—. Traveling Salesman, 1914-1916. U. S. Medical Reserve 
Corps, 1917 — . Kappa Alpha, Psi Omega. 

625 East Burlington Avenue, Iowa City, Iowa, or 

Shelbyville, Mo. 



AluDuii Dirrctorij 17 

CLASS OF 1915 

*BENJAMIX OSCAR BROWN, B. A. 
Died 19Iti. 

FRED MYRON CALKINS, B. A. 

Teacher, Clovis, New Mexico, High .sc-hool, 1915-1916. First Sergeant, 
Company K, 1st New Mexico Infantry, Mexican Border Service, 191G- 
1917; Second Lieutenant, 144th Machine Gun Battalion, U. S. A., 
1917—. Sigma Chi. 

144th Machine Gun Battalion, Camp Kearney, Calif. 

MARY MARLOW COOPER (MALONE), B. A. 

Student, Christian College, 1910-1911. At home, Roswell, New Mexico, 

1915—. Phi Mu. Married Ernest P. Malone, 1917. 
205 South Lea Avenue, Roswell, N. Mex. 

WILLIAM JOHN HIGGINS, B. A. 

Secretary to the President, University of New Mexico, 1911-1915; 
Stenographer, Circuit Court, Campbell County, Kentucky, 1915 — . Sig- 
ma Tau. Associate Member, Legal Advisory Board of Newport, Ken- 
tuckj'. 

1043 Columbia Street, Newport, Ky. 

PAUL LYNN MENAUL, B. A. 

M. A., L'niversity of New Mexico, 1917; Graduate Student, University 
of Illinois, Summer Session, 1917. Teacher of Science, Alamogordo, 
New Mexico. High School, 1915-1916; Acting Instructor of Biology, 
University of New Mexico, Autumn Quarter, 1917; Assistant Professor 
of Chemistry, Oklahoma Agriculture and Mechanics College, 1918 — . 
Alpha Delta. Married Eva Sawyer, 1917 — . 

Care Oklahoma Agriculture and Mechanics College, Stillwater, Okla. 

CLASS OF 1916 

KENNETH CHESTER BALCOMB, B. S. (C. E.) 

Forest Ranger, New Mexico, 1916-1917; Engineer, Office of Public 
Roads, U. S. Forest Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1917 — . Sigma 
Chi. Married Katherine Johnson, 1917. 

102 South Columbia Avenue, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

HOWARD SAISSELIN BATEMAN, B. S. (C. E.) 

Engineer, McMan Oil Company of Kansas, 1916; Teacher of Math- 
ematics and Manual Training, Luna County, New Mexico, High School, 
1916—. Sigma Chi. 

Care Luna County High School, Deming, N. Mex., or 

421 South Third Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

CAROLYN BEALS, B. A. 

Student, New Mexico Normal School, 1910-1913. Teacher, Dwyer, New 
Mexico, Public Schools, 1913-1914; Head of Rural Department, New 
Mexico State Normal Sshool, 1916-1917, Secretary to the President, 
1917—. 

Silver Citv, N. Mex. 



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KATHPJRINE ISABEL CHAVES, B. A. 

Student, George Washington University, 1913-1914:. At home, Albu- 
querque, New Mexico, 191fi — . Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Mu. 

501 North Eleventh Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

MYRTLE LORENA DUNN, B. A. 

B. Pd., New Mexico Normal School, 1913, M. Pd., 1914. Teacher, Bis- 
bee, Arizona, Public Schools, 1914-1915, Hurley, New Mexico, Public 
Schools, 1916-1917, Miami, Arizona, Public Schools, 1917—. 

Miami, Ariz. 

GEORGE ADLAI FEATHER, B. A. 

Student, Parks College, 1912-1914. M. A., University of New Mexico, 
1917. Assistant in Latin and Greek, University of New Mexico, 1916- 
1917. Appointed Rhodes Scholar from New Mexico, Oxford Univer- 
sity, 1917 (postponed during period of war). Yeoman, Field and Staff 
Department, U. S. Marine Corps, 1917 — . Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Delta, 

Care Field and Staff Department, U. S. Marine Corps, Port Ozama, Santo 
Domingo, or 

Artesia, N. Mex. 

WALTER FRANCIS GOUIN, B. A. 

Oil Geologist, Empire Gas and Fuel Company of Oklahoma, 1916-1917. 

Second Lieutenant, Heavy Field Artillery, U. S. R., 1917 — . Sigma Chi. 
Leon Springs, Texas, or 
Box 132, Silver City, N. Mex. 

ERNEST WILFRED HALL, B. A. 

Reporter, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Morning Journal, 1916 — . Alpha 
Delta. 
910 North First Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

ALBERT SHIRLEY HUNT, B. A. 

Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, University of New Mexico, 
1916-1917, Assistant to the President, Registrar, and Secretary of the 
Faculty, 1917-1918; Farmer and Stockman, Wiggins, Mississippi, 
1918—. Sigma Chi. 

Wiggins, Miss. 

LYDIA THERESA KRAXBERGER, B. A. 

Student, Carthage College, 1912-1914. Teacher, Duranes, New Mexico, 
Public Schools, 1910-1911, Santa Rita, New Mexico, High School, 
1916—. 
Care Santa Rita High School, Santa Rita, N. Mex. 

LESLIE EMORY LOGAN, B. A. 

B. Pd., Cap© Girardeau, Missouri, Normal School, 1910, Gunnison, Col- 
orado, Normal School, 1915. Superintendent of Schools, Montgomery 
City, Missouri, 1910-1914, Aztec, New Mexico, 1916-1917; Manager, 
Del Norte Creamery Company, and Teacher of Mathematics and Sci- 
ence, Del Norte, Colorado, High School, 1917 — . Vice President, Super- 
intendent's Section, New Mexico Educational Association, 1917. Mar- 
ried May Bond, 1901. 

Del Norto, Colo. 



Alumni Directory 19 

EUTH EMMETT McKOWEN, B. A. 

Student, Liberty College, 1911-1912, Radnor College, 1912-1913. 

Teacher, Loving, New Mexico, Public Schools, 191G — . Phi Mu. 
Loving, N. Mex. 

MARGARET EAHFIELD, B. A. 

Student, Ruskin University, 1904-1905, University of Wisconsin, 1905- 
1906, Chicago Kindergarten Institute, 1907-1909. Private Secretary of 
Directors, Chicago Kindergarten Institute, 1899-1904, Financial Sec- 
retary, 1909-1915; Municipal Bookkeeper, Wilmette, Illinois, 1916—. 

Care Village Hall, Wilmette, 111. 

GEORGE ALEXANDER THRELKELD, B. A. 

Student, New Mexico Normal University, Summers 1912, 1913, Park 
College, 1914-1915. Teacher of Mathematics and Athletic Coach, Chick- 
asha, Oklahoma, High School, 1916-1917; Cattleman, Lakewood, New 
Mexico, 1917—. Married Helen Luster, 1918. Alpha Delta, Orion. 

Lakewood, N. Mex., or 

Artesia, N. Mex. 

CLASS OF 1917 

LAURA CHASE ALLEN, B. A. 

Principal, Hanover, New Mexico, Public Schools, 3917 — . 

Hanover, N. Mex. 

ALLENE ATKINSON BIXLER, B. A. 

Teacher of History and English, Valencia County, New Mexico, High 

School, 1917—. 
Care Valencia County High School, Belen, N. Mex. 

LOUIE CROFT BOYD, B. A. 

Diploma, Colorado Training School for Nurses, 1899; Certificate, Pres- 
byterian Hospital of Chicago, 1904; Registered Nurse, Colorado, 1905, 
Minnesota, 1909. Student, Teacher's College, Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1909. Superintendent of Nurses, Denver and Rio Grande 
Hospital, Salida, Colorado, 1900, St. Luke's Hospital, Denver, Colorado, 
1901, Wyoming General Hospital, 1903-1904, Minnesota State Sana- 
torium, 1909-1910; Teacher in Training Schools for Nurses, Park 
Avenue Hospital, Denver, Colorado, 1910-1911, City and County Hos- 
pital, Denver, Colorado, 1911-1915, 1917 — , Children's Hospital, Denver, 
Colorado, 1912-1915, 193 7 — ; Red Cross Instructor and Examiner in 
Elementary Hygiene and Home Care of the Sick, Denver, Colorado, 
1917 — . Colorado State Board of Nurse's Examination (Member, 1905- 
1909; Secretary of Board, 1905-1907); Colorado State Trained Nurse's 
Association (Secretary, 1904-1906; Member, Red Cross Enrollment 
Committee, 1912 — .) ; National League of Nursing Education. Author 
of "The L^niversity and the Education of the Trained Nurse." 

Care City and County Hospital, Denver, Colo. 

CARL DAVID BROREIN, B. A. 

Student, Oberlin College, 1913-1914. Second Lieutenant, 1st U. S. 

Marine Aeronautic Corps, 1917 — . Sigma Chi. 
1st L^. S. Marine Aeronautic Corps, Cape May, N. J., or 
1602 East Silver Avenue, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 



20 U iiircrsitij of Xeir Mcrico 

ALLEN ELI BRUCE, B. A. 

Cashier, Pacific Mutual Life lusuranee Company, Albuquerque. New 
Mexico, 1917 — . Sigma Chi. New Mexico Life Underwriter's Asso- 
ciation (Vice President, 1917-1918). 

215 North High Street, Albuquerque N. Mex. 

GEORGE LYNDALL BUTLER, B. A. 

Reporter, Farmington Times-Hustler, Farmington. New Mexico. Alpha 

Delta. 
Farmington, N. Mex. 

MILAN LANGER DOERING, B. S. (Ch. E.) 

Student, Case School of Applied Science, 1913-1914. Geologist with the 
New Mexico State Natural Resources Survey, Summer, 1916; Analyt- 
ical Chemist, Graselli Chemical Company, Hammond, Indiana, 1917 — . 
Kappa Sigma, Alpha Delta. 

18 Ruth Street, Hammond, Ind. 

GEORGE ADLAI FEATHER, M. A. 

(See Class of 1916.) 

DAPHNE HARRIET FORTNEY, B. A. 

Assistant Librarian, University of New Mexico, 1917 — . Phi Kappa 

Phi, Kappa Delta Nu. 
Care University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

THELMA EMMA FORTNEY, B. A. 

Clerk, Circulation Department, Illustrated Review, Ataseadero, Cal- 
ifornia, 1917 — . Kappa Delta Nu. 

Ataseadero, Calif. 

HOWARD RISLEY FULLERTON, B. S. (C. E.) 

Student, Drexel Institute, 1912-1913. Civil Engineer, Government Prov- 
ing Grounds, Magnolia, Maryland, 1917 — . Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Care Government Proving Grounds, Magnolia, Md., or 

1546 North Gratz Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

JOHN WALTER GRUNER, B. A. 

Graduate, Gymnasium, Breslau, Germany, 1911. Assistant Engineer. 
Maintenance of Way Department, New York Central Lines, 1913-1915; 
Instructor in German, University of New Mexico, 1917 — . 
Care University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

BERNICE HAMILTON, B. A. 

Student, Simmons College, 1912-1915. Teacher of Domestic Science and 
Art, Tueumcari, New Mexico, High School, 1917 — . Phi Mu. 

Care Tueumcari High School, Tueumcari, N. Mex. 

ETHEL LOUISE KIEKE, B. S. (H. E.) 

Instructor in Home Economics, University of New Mexico, 1917 — . 

Phi Kappa Phi (Secretary 1917-1918), Phi Mu. 
211 South First Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 



Alumni Dlreciory 21 

JOHN" ALEXANDER LAPRAIK, B. S. (C. E.) 

With Chino Copper Company, Hurley, New Mexico, 1917. Corporal, 
Company B, 314th Engineers, U. S. A., 1917 — . Sigma Chi. 

31J:th Engineers, Co. B., Camp Funston, Kan. 

HELEN LATAMORE, B. A. 

Teacher of Latin, Eaton, New Mexico, High School, 1917 — . 
125 Maxwell Avenue, Raton, N. Mex. 

JOSEPH EDWARD McCANNA, B. A. 

Teller, State National Bank, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1917 — . Pi 

Kappa Alpha. 
517 North Fourth Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

RAYMOND JAMES McCANNA, B. A. 

Student, Harvard School of Business Administration, 1917 — . Pi Kappa 

Alpha. 
2 Claverly Hall, Cambridge, Mass., or 
517 North Fourth Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

PAUL LYNN MENAUL, M. A. 
(See Class of 1915.) 

JENNIE CHILDERS PARTCH, B. A. 

Student, Iowa Wesleyan University, 1883-1884, 188(3-1887, College 
Mound, 1SS5-1886,- Graduate, Chautauqua Institute of New York City, 
1893. Teacher, Fairview, Iowa, Public Schools, 1884-1885; General 
Supervisor, Presbyterian Mission School, Tsinanfu, Shintang Province, 
China, 1898-1900; Campaign Leader, Woman's Suffrage League of 
Arizona, 1912. At home, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1917 — . Married 
Virgil F. Partch, 1888. 
208 South High Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

FERN HAZEL REEVES, B. A. 

Teacher, Las Cruces, New Mexico, Public Schools, 1917 — . Phi Kappa 
Phi. 
West Court Avenue, Las Cruces, N. Mex. 

JOSEPH BERNHARDT ROSENBACH, B. A. 

Student, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1914-1915. Graduate Stu- 
dent, University of Colorado, Summer Session, 1917. Engineer of 
Maintenance, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, Summers, 1916, 
1917; Instructor in Mathematics, University of New Mexico, 1917 — . 
Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma Psi Epsilon. American Mathematical Society; 
Mathematical Association of America. 
801 North Fourth Street, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

MAXWELL M. SINDEBAND, B. A. 

Student, College of the City of New York, 1912-1915. Court Inter- 
preter, New York City, 1915-1916; Teacher of Spanish, El Paso, Texas, 
High School, 1917—. 

710 Mesa Avenue. El Paso, Texas. 



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PRYOE BROWN TIMM0N8, B. A. 

B. Pd., New Mexico Normal University, 1913. Principal, Portales, 
New Mexico, High. School, 1913-1915; Superintendent of Schools, San 
Marcial, New Mexico, 1917—. Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Delta. 

San Marcial, N. Mex. 

LOUISE WILKINSON, B. A. 

Teacher, Fruitland, New Mexico, Public Schools, 1917 — . 
Fruitland, N. Mex. 



CANDIDATES EOK DEGREES, 1918 



Candidates for Degree of Bachelor of Arts 

John D. DeHuff Major: English Literature 

Lina Pergusson Majors: Modern Languages, Psychol- 
ogy 

Rebecca Graham Major: Social Science 

James E. Hoover Major: Geology 

Myrl Hope Major: English Literature 

Edward E. King Majors: English Literature, Econom- 
ics 

Louise Lowber Major: Biology 

Elizabeth Pennington Major: History 

Hayes J. Williams Major: History 

Candidates for Degree of Bachelor of Science 

Kathleen Long Major: Home Economics 

Shirlej^ von Wachenhusen Major: Home Economics 



HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES 

(130) 



GRADUATES OF THE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

(17) 
1892-1912 

Eaymond Nelson, '02. 



Eay Beau, '06. 

Kate Cunninghani (Benham). '03. 

Olivia Everitt, '01. 

Lena Faber (Cote), '05. 

Florence Leslie Fox, '03. 

Rose Harscli (Lichtenwalter), '04. 

Lou Hughes, '02. 

Ida Johnson (Shields), '01. 

May McDonald (Goodrich), '99. 



Furn Ridley, '05. 

Fleda Emma Smith, '04. 

Norah Towner, '02. 

*Mary Turner (Ward), '01. 

Florence Vann, '99. 

Norah Werner (Gilchrist), '02. 

Lillian Martha Winders, 'OS. 



Graduation based upon a High School diploma and a two year commercial course. 
The list does not contain the names of those receiving a certificate of excellence in 
one branch alone. The Commercial Department was discontinued in 1912. 



GRADUATES OF THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT 

(113) 



Bernice Brown Adams, '10. 
Katherine Orbin Adams, '94. 
Mabel Alger (Kinney), '97. 
Mabel Anderson (Allen), '00. 
Anna Marguerite Anson, '12. 
Beatrice Louise Armijo, '13. 
Teresa Armijo, '11. 
Mary Laurene Asselin, '13. 
Harriet Kile Bieghler, '03. 
Mabel Bliss, '01. 
*Helen Booth, '95. 
Adelina Grace Borradaile, '09. 
Louetta Emma Bratton, '12. 
Nellie C. Brewer (Pierce), '02. 
Katharine Diana Brown, '09. 
Louise Josephine Brown (Heller) 

'13. 
Bessie Buchanan (Nelson), '95. 
Florence Alice Carmony, '17. 



Laura Beatrice Colgan, '10. 

Jessie Craig, '14. 

Minnie E. Craig, '02. 

Nannie Fern Creel, '10. 

Bertha Crocker, '01. 

Kate Carthage Cunningham (Ben- 
ham), 04. 

Maud E. Custers (Howard), '99. 

Ruby Custers, '01. 

*Stella Dolores de Tullio, '09. 

Violetta Carm de Tullio (Moore), 
'10. 

Lucy La Verne Edie (Nelson), '09. 

Edyth L. Everitt (Williams), '98. 

Erna Mary Fergusson, '12. (Grant- 
ed B. Pd.). 

Anna Isabel Fox, '10. 

Mary Rebecca Graham, '16. 

Maud C. Graves, '05. 



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Sarah Martha Hall (Moore), '06. 
Josephine A. Ham, '95. 
Maynard Caldwell Harding, '97. 
Barbara M. Harris, '14. 
Genevieve Bernice Harrison (Dun- 

lavy), '10. 
Helen Harrison, '12. 
Lucy Hazeldine (Dane), '00. 
May Hazeldine (Pettijohn), '04. 
Bernice Hermione Hesselden, '13. 
Charles E. Hodgin, '94. (Granted 

B. Pd.) 
Dorothy Lena Hoffman, '06. 
Blanche Holden (Morgan), '97. 
Lillian Gertrude Huggett, '03. 
Elizabeth Hughes (French), '00. 
Mabel Hunt (Summers), '02. 
Sarah Frances Irwin, '03. 
Mary James (Scruggs), '94. 
Anita Manila Jasper (Milan), '07. 
Goldie Evelyn Jordan, '12. 
Jessie Keith (Euth), '94. 
Eugenia Keleher, '08. 
Julia Mary Keleher, '13. 
Margaret Mary Keleher, '07. 
Edna Willetta Lawrence, '13. 
Edith Catherine Loebs, '12. 
Rose Maharam, '16. 
Edna Manwarin (Mason), '02. 
J. G. Maxon, '01. 
Eunice McClellan Lamoureux, 

(Sals), '10. 
Agnes Clelland McCallum, '06. 
Laura H. McCollum (Miller), '14. 
Eleanor McDonough, '17. 
Gladys Grace McLaughlin (Biggs), 

'09. 
Jessie McMillen (Stroup), '01. 
Sadie Mae McMiliin, '09. 
Elizabeth Menaul (Nicholson), '94. 
Carolyn Michaels, '17. 
Grace M. Mordy, '10. 
Beatrice Murphy, '07. 
Nellie Enola Nash, '07. 

From 1894-1915, graduation was based upon a High School diploma with an 
additional one year normal course; while from 1915-1918, the prescribed course 
of study was raised to' two years. After 1919, no certificate will be issued by the 
Normal Department until a four-year normal course has been completed; said course 
leading to the degree of Bachelor of Pedagogy. 



Edith Niles, '00. 

^Frances Nowlin (Wittwer), '94. 

Marie Louise Parrish (McCarthy), 

'09. 
Lenor Pearce, '06. 
Blanche Irene Perkins (Christen- 

son), '07. 
Edith Hall Pink, '12. 
Vida Piuney (Jones), '07. 
*James Knox Polk, '16. 
Elizabeth Powers (Peck), '01. 
Fern Hazel Reeves, '14. 
Leetha Pauline Reeves, '15. 
Cherange Sylvia Roberts, '11. 
Dorothy V. Safford (Carlisle), '14. 
Mary Margaret Schmidt, '13. 
Alice Caroline Schreiber (Dawson), 

'09. 
Beatrice Ball Selsor, '17. 
Jessie Lorene Severns, '15. 
Pauline Sewell, '13. 
Beatrice Aileen Sleight (Perkins), 

'07. 
Fleda Emma Smith, '05. 
Evelyn Beckee Sturdevant. '12. 
Margaret Anna Swayne, '12. 
Emma Belle Sweet, '07. 
Elizabeth Telfer (Gladding), '07. 
Hazel Dell Thompson, '10. 
Genevieve Evelyn Tierney, '12. 
Mata E. Tway (Wiles), '01. 
*01iver J. Van Wagner, '02. 
Adah Vaughan, '05. 
Etta Vaughn (Oliver), '95. 
Mabel Wakefield (Moffit), '98. 
Gertrude Walker (Brashier), '09. 
Jane Walsh, '09. 
Charles W. Ward, '97. 
Edna Horton Watson, '17. 
Henrietta Weiser (Bebber), '15. 
Louise Wilkinson, '14. 
Lillian Martha Winders, '09. 
Sofia Beatrice Yrisarri, '15. 



REGENTS AND FACULTY 



BOARD OF REGENTS 

OFFICERS 
President Expiration 

Appointed of Term 

*]VJariano S Otero 1892 1894 

*William B. Childers 1894 1899 

Frank W. Clancy 1899 1911 

*R. W. D. Bryan 1911 1912 

George L. Brooks 1912 

Secretary and Treasurer 

*G. W. Meylert 1892 1893 

Frank W. Clancy 1893 1899 

James H. Wroth 1899 1911 

J. A. Reidy 1911 

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Governor of the Territory of New Mexico 

Name Term 

L. G. Bradford Prince 1892 

W. T. Thornton 1892-1896 

Miguel A. Otero 1896-1905 

Herbert J. Hagerman 1905-1907 

George Curry 190 7-1909 

William J. Mills 1909-1912 

Governor of the State of New Mexico 

William C. McDonald 1912-Jan. 1, 1917 

*Ezequiel C. de Baca Jan. 1, 1917-Feb. 18, 1917 

Washington E. Lindsey since Feb. 18, 1917 

Territorial Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Amado Chaves 1892-1896 

Placido Sandoval 1896-1899 

Manuel C. de Baca 1899-1900 

J. Francisco Chaves 1900-1904 

Hiram Hadley 1904-1907 

James E. Clark 1907-1912 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Alvan N. White 1912-Jan. 1, 1917 

Jonathan H. Wagner since Jan. 1, 1917 

Other Members of the Board of Regents 

Expiration 
Profession Address Appointed of Term 

*Juan C. Armijo .Capitalist Albuquerque 1897 1902 

Howard L. Bickley Lawyer Raton 1911 1917 

George L. Brooks Mining Albuquerque 1912 

*R. W. D. Bryan Lawyer Albuquerque 1911 1912 

E. V. Chavez Lawyer Albuquerque 1902 1908 



2(> Unlversitij of Ncic Mexico 

*William B. Childers. . .I^awyer Albuquerque 1894: 1S99 

Frank W. Clancy Lawyer Albuquerque 1892 1911 

*Fletcher Cook Clergyman Albuquerque 1908 1909 

*A. W. Cooley Lawyer Silver City 1911 1912 

W. G. Haydon Lawyer E. Las Vegas 1912 1917 

R.W.Hopkins Postmaster Albuquerque 1910 1911 

Nathan Jaffa Banker Roswell 1911 

Antonio Lucero Secy, of State Santa Fe 1917 .... 

A. M. Mandalari Clergyman Albuquerque 1908 1911 

W. D. McBee Lawyer Clovis 1909 1911 

John R. McFie, Jr Lawyer Gallup 1917 .... 

*G. W. Meylert Mayor Albuquerque 1892 1894 

*Mariano S. Otero Capitalist Albuquerque 1892 1894 

J. A. Reidy Physician Albuquerque 1911 .... 

Elias S. Stover President, U. 

N. M., Retired Albuquerque 1892 1910 

*Henry L. Waldo Lawyer E. Las Vegas 1892 1905 

James H. Wroth Physician Albuquerciue 1894 1911 

OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 
President of the University 

Elias S. Stover 1892-1896 

*Clarence L. Herrick 1896-1901 

*William G. Tight 1901-1909 

E. D. McQueen Gray 1909-1912 

David Ross Boyd since 1912 

Vice President of the University 

Hiram Hadley 1894-1896 

Charles E. Hodgin since 1917 

Dean of the University Faculty 

Charles E. Hodgin 1914-1917 

Lynn B. Mitchell since 1917 

Director of the University Extension Division 

Clarence E. Bennett since 1913 

Secretary of the University 

Josephine S. Parsons since 1912 

Registrar of the University 

*Frank S. Maltby 1898-1899 

Charles E. Hodgin 1899-1912 

Josephine 8. Parsons 1912-1915 

Lynn B. Mitchell 1915-1917 

Albert S. Hunt 191 7-1918 

J. P. Williams since 1918 

FACULTY AND OTHER OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION 
AND ADMINISTRATION 
MABEL E. ANDERSON 

Librarian, 1901-1902. 
MARTIN F. ANGELL, M. A., Ph. D. 

Professor of Physics and Mathematics, 1903-1904; Professor of Physics 



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and Electrical Engineering, 1905-1913; Dean of the School of Applied 

Science, 1909-1913. 
RUPERT F. ASPLUND, B. A. 

Professor of Latin and Greek, 1902-1909. 
WILLIAM W. BADEN, Ph. D. 

Professor of Latin and Greek, 1909-1910. 
RALPH M. BARTON, B. A. 

Professor of Mathematics, 191.3-1914. 
OLIVIA MORTON BIRTWELL, B. Di. 

Instructor in Musical Kindergarten, 1903-1905. 
ROBERT T. BLAIR 

Teacher of Violin and Stringed Instruments, 1902-1903. 
CLARENCE ELMORE BONNETT, B. Pd., B. S., B. A. 

Professor of Economics, Government, and Sociology, and Director of 

Division of University Extension. 1913 — . 
MARC BOUNIMOVITCH, i\r. A. 

Instructor in French, 1910-1911. 
DAVID ROSS BOYD, M. A.. Ph. D. 

President, 1912—. 
JESSE L. BRENNEMAN, B. S., E. E. 

Associate Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering, 1914-1915; 

Professor, 1915-1917. ! 

JULIA D. BROWN, B. A. j 

Librarian and Instructor in History, 1903-1905. '. 

JOHN M. CADBY, B. S. in E. E. | 

Professor of Engineering, ]90<)-1907. 
FLORENCE S. CHAPIN 

Teacher of Elocution and Physical Culture, 1902-1903. 
ALBERT DE CHAUDRON 

Teacher of Violin, 1904-1905. 
EDWIN P. CHILDS, B. S. 

Professor of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, 1897-1901; Dean 

of the College of Science, Literature, and Arts, 1898-1901. 
JOHN D. CLARK, M. S., Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 1907-190S'; Associate Professor, 

1908-1913; Professor, 1913—; Dean of Summer Session, 1912. 
OEORGE E. COGHILL, B. A., M. S. 

Assistant in Mathematics and Fellow in Biology, 1S97-1S98; Assistant 

Professor of Biology, 1898-1900. 
ELLA D. COLTRAINE 

Principal of the Model School and Critic Teacher, 1897-1901. 
HERMON D. CONWELL, B. S. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 1908-1910; Associate Professor, 

1910-1913. 
ALBERT B. CRISTY, M. A. 

Instructor in Elocution, Summer, 1892. 



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EDWAED B. CRI8TY, Ph. B. 

Instructor in Drawing and Mathematics, 1897-189S. 
JOHN H. CRUM, B. 0., M. O. 

Instructor in Elocution and Oratory, 1904-1905; Associate Professor, 

1905-1909. 
KATE CUNNINGHAM, B. A. 

Librarian, 1902-1903. 
*M. OUSTERS 

Custodian and Librarian, 1892-1901. 
PAUL H. DAUS, S. B. 

Instructor in Mathematics, 1916-1917. 
NELLIE DEAN, B. A. 

Assistant Professor of History, 1912-1913; Associate Professor. 1913- 

1914; Dean of Women, 1912-1914. 
C. H. DECKER, B. A. 

Assistant in German, 1900-1901. 
J. P. DUPUY 

Instructor in Vocal Music, 1895-1896. 
G. S. EASTERDAY, M. D. 

Lecturer in Therapeutics and Materia Medica, 1S93-1S95. 
WILL E. EDINGTON, B. A. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1914-1915; Professor, 1915-1917. 
HELENA EGYPTIADES 

Director of the Department of Music, 1910-1912. 
ANNA JULE ENKE, Ph. B. 

Instructor in Romance Languages, 1908-1909. 
AURELIO M. ESPINOSA, M. A., Ph. D. 

Professor of Modern Languages, 1902-1906; Professor of Romance 

Languages, 1906-1910. 
ROSALINA ESPINOSA, B. A. 

Instructor in Romance Languages, 1917 — . 
WILHELM FICK, Ph. D. 

Professor of German and English Literature, 1S9S-1900. 
CATHERINE FIELDS 

Instructor in English, 1S98-1900; Acting Professor, 1900-1901; Director 

of the Women's Gymnasium, 1S9S-1901. 
MABEL FITCH, B. S. 

Assistant in Biology, 1900-1901, 
DAPHNE FORTNEY, B. A. 

Assistant Librarian, 1917 — . 
BENITO FRANCES, B. A. 

Associate Professor of Romance Languages, 1917 — . 
MARSHALL R. GAINES, M. A. 

Professor of Latin, Greek, and Natural Sciences, 1S92-1895: Principal ! 

of the Preparatory Department, 1893-1895. 
CHARLES B. GIBBONS, B. S., M. E. 

Assistant Professor of Engineering, 1908-1909. 



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*MARY E. GILMOEE 

Director of the Music Department and Teacher of the IMano and Organ, 

1S97-1901. 
MARGARET GLEASON, B. A., B. S., B. Pd. 

Dean of Women and Director of Home Economics, 3914-1915. 
ROBERT S. GOSS, M. A. 

Professor of Oratory and Commandant of Cadets, 1897-1899. 

E. D. McQueen gray, m. a., Ph. D. 

President. 1909-1912. 

*ANDREW GEOH 

Instructor in French and German, 1892-1893. 

JOHN W. GRL'NER, B. A. 

Instructor in German, 1917 — . 

HIRAM HADLEY, M. A. 

Vice President in charge of the University, and Professor of Math- 
ematics, 1894-1890. 

J. S. HAINES, B. A. 

Instructor in Modern Languages, 1897. 

JULIA* S. HAMM 

Teacher of Violin and Mandolin, Conductor of the University Or- 
chestra, 1S9S-1899. 

H. B. HENIXG 

Director of Publicity, 1914-1916. 

*CLAREXCE L. HERRICK, M. S., Ph. D. 

President and Professor of Psychology, Philosophv, and Biology, 
189(5-1901. 

*CARL SHOWALTER HERTZOG, B. L. 

Director of the School of Music, 1903-1904. 

ETHEL HICKEY. B. A. 

Instructor in English, 1901-1914; Associate Professor of English Lit- 
erature, 1914-191G; Professor, 1916—. 

EOSCOE R. HILL, B. A. 

Associate Professor of History, 1915-1916; Professor, 1916-1917. 

MABEL STEVENS HIMOE 

Teacher of Piano and History of Music, 1901-1905. 

CHARLES E. HODGIN, B. Pd. 

Principal of the Normal School, 1897-1903; Professor of Education, 
1904—; Dean of School of Education, 1904-1914; Dean of the Univer- 
sity Faculty, 1914-1917; Vice President, 1917—. 

W. G. HOPE. M. D. 

Lecturer in Materia Medica, 1894-1895. 

LILLIAN G. HUGGETT, B. A. 

Assistant in Latin, 1904-190{i; Instructor in Latin and German, 1900- 
1908. 

ALBERT S. HUNT, B. A. 

Assistant to the President, Registrar, and Secretary of the Faculty, 
1917-191S. 



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RALPH F. HUTCHIN80N 

Director of Physical Training and Athletic Sports, 1911-1917. 
*HAEEIET E. JENNESS 

Instructor in Drawing, Delsarte, Penmanship, and Music, 1S92-1S95. 
J. P. KASTER, M. D. 

Lesturer in Physiology and Anatomy, 1893-1895. 
ETHEL L. KIEKE, B. 8. (H. E.) 

Instructor in Home Economics, 1917 — . 
CHARLES T. KIRK, M. A., Ph. D. 

Professor of Geology, 1913-1917. 
T. L. KREBS, B. A. 

Teacher of Voice and Harmony, 1903-1905. 
IRA B. LANPHIER. B. S., C. E. 

Instructor in Civil Engineering, 1916-1917. 
FRANCES E. LATHROP, Ph. B., B. S. 

Associate Professor Home Economics, and Matron, 1915 — . 
ARNO K. LEUPOLD, B. S. (E. E.) 

Instructor in Practical Mechanics, 1914-191fi; Associate Professor, 

1916—. • 

MYRA LUKENS 

Director of Women's Gymnasium, 1S97-1S99. 
CARL E. MAGNUSSON, Ph. D. 

Professor of Mathematics and Physics, 1901-1903. 
*FRANK S. MALTBY, B. A., M. S. 

Director of the Gymnasium, 1897-1899; Registrar, 1S98-1899. 
MARY McFIE (LACKEY) 

Director of Music, 1912-1914. 
PAUL MENAUL, M. A. 

Instructor in Biology, 1917. 
J. FRANKLIN MESSENGER, B. A., M. S. 

Instructor in Psychology and Philosophy, 1898-1900. 
LYNN B. MITCHELL, M. A., Ph. D. 

Associate Professor of Latin and Greek, 1912-1913; Professor, 1913—; 

Registrar, 1915-1917; Dean, 1917—. 
ATANASIO MONTOYA, JR. 

Instructor in Spanish, 1896-1901. 
*WARREN I. MOORE, M. A. 

Associate Professor of Classics, 1910-1912. 
S, GRISWOLD MORLEY, Ph. D. 

Professor of Modern Languages, 1913-1914. 
ALCINDA L. MORROW, M. A. 

Assistant Principal of the Normal Department, 1892-1893; Principal, 
1893-1896; Professor of Education, English, and Spanish, 1892-1896. 
JOSEF F. NELSON, B. D., M. A. 

Professor of the German and Romance Languages and Literatures, 

1914-1917. 



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A. M. OTWELL. B. S., M. S. 

Professor of Engineering, 1907-1908. 
OREIN L. PADEL 

Instructor in Voice, 1916-1917. 
JOSEPHINE S. PAESONS, B. A. 

Head of the Commercial Department, 1893-1912; Associate Professor 

of Eomance Languages and Literatures, 1912-1916; Professor, 1916- 

1917; Secretary of the University, 1912—. 
JAMES HAY PAXTON, M. A. 

Professor of Latin and Greek, and in charge of French, 1895-1901. 
BELLE T. POETEE 

Instructor in German, 1897-1898; Instructor in German and History, 

1898-1899. 
ELIZABETH POWEES (PECK) 

Instructor in Piano, 1903-1905. 
WILLIAM K. PEESTON 

Assistant in Chemistry, 1905-1906. 
WALTEE E. PEICHAED, M. A. 

Associate Professor of History, 1917 — . 
JENNEE A PYNCH, B. A. 

Associate Professor of Geology, 1910-1912. 
GEOEGE S. EAMSAY, M. A. 

Principal of the Preparatory and Normal Departments, and Professor 

of Mathematics and Civics, 1892-1893. 
WAED L. EAY, M. A. 

Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering, and Chairman of the 

College of Engineering, 1917 — . 
*D. M. EICHAEDS, B. A. 

Associate Professor of History, 1906-1910; Principal of the Prepar- 
atory Department, 1909-1910. 
lEWIN M. EISTINE, M. A. 

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Sociology, 1913-1914. 
CHEEANGE EOBEETS, B, A. 

Assistant Librarian, 1913-1915. 
G. E. EOBEETS, C. E. 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, 1909-1913. 
JOSEPH B. EOSENBACH, B. A. 

Instructor in Mathematics, 1917 — , 
MAY EOSS (CONWELL) 

Instructor in Elocution, Oratory, and English, 1909-1910. 
WALTEE E. EOWE, B. S. 

Professor of Physics and Mathematics, 1904;-1905. 
BEENAED EUPPE 

Lecturer on the Spanish Nomenclature of Drugs, 1893-1894; Lecturer 

in Pharmacy,' 1894-1895. 
FLOEA M. SCHAEFEE 

Instructor in Expression and Physical Culture, 1903-1904. 



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IDA SCHAEFEE, B. A. 

Acting Librarian, 1910-1911. 
E. 8TANLEY SEDER, B. A., F. A. G. O. 

Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory of Music, and Director of tha 

College of Fine Arts, 1914—. 
PEOCTOR F. SHERWIN, B. A. 

Associate Professor of Rhetoric and the English Language and of 

History, 1914-1915; Professor of Rhetoric and the English Language, 

1915—. 
MENDEL SILBER, B. A., B. H., M. D. 

Acting Professor of Education, 1911-1912; Assistant Professor of 

Philosophy and English, 1912-1913. 
DELLA J. SISLER, B. L. S. 

Instructor in History, 1905-190G; Associate Professor of Library Econ- 
omy, 1906-191G; Professor, 191G— ; Librarian, 1905—. 
FLEDA E. SMITH, B. A. 

Instructor in Domestic Science, 1908-1910. 
LEON B. STEPHAN. B. A. 

Assistant Professor of German and Latin, 190S-1912. 
J. W. STEWART, B. A. 

Physical Director, 1918—. 
G. E. STOUFFEE, M. Ace. 

Instructor in Penmanship, Summer, 1892. 
ELIAS S. STOVER 

President, 1892-1S9G. 
VERNON A. SUYDAM, Ph. D. 

Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering, 1913-1914, 
JOHN R. TASCHER, B. A. 

Assistant in Mathematics, 190G-190S. 
MARTHA L. TAYLOR, M. A. 

Professor of English, Grammar, History, and Geography, 1S92-1'<99. 
\V. A. TENNEY 

Instructor in Drawing, 1895-1897. 
ANITA THOMAS 

Instructor in Spanish, 1910-1913. 
*\VILLIAM G. TIGHT, Ph. D. 

President, and Professor of Geology, 1901-1909. 
RANDOLPH W. TINSLEY 

Professor of Chemistry and I'hysics, 1895-1898. 
H. M. VARREL, B. A. 

Instructor in Modern Languages, 1898. 
JOHN D. WALKER 

Director of the School of Music, Teacher of Voice, 1902-1903. 
ANTHONY W. WAND, B. S. in C. E. 

Instructor in Civil Engineering, 1914-1915; Associate Professor, 1915- 

191G; L'rofessor, 191G-1918: Proctor, 1915-1918. 



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JOSEPH K. WATSON, B. S., M. A. 

Associate Professor of Biology. 1907-1911. 
ASA OKRIN WEESE, M. A. 

Assistant Professor of Biology, 1907-1911; Associate Professor, 1913- 

1914; Professor, 1914 — . 
JOHN WEINZIRL, M. S., Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor of Biology, 1898-1900; Professor of Biology and 

Chemistry and Director of the Hadley Climatological Eaboratory, 

1900-1907. 
J. P. AVILLIAMS, B. S. 

Secretary of the Faculty, Registrar, and Assistant to the President, 

1918—. 
MRS. JOHN W. WILSON 

Instructor in Music, 1907-1908. 
FRANK E. WOOD, M. A. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics, 1917-1918. 
DEAN A WORCESTER, B. A. 

Associate Professor of Psychology and Philosophy, 1914-1915; Pro- 
fessor, 1915—. 
JAMES H. WROTH, M. D. 

Lecturer in Hygiene and Sanitary Science, 1893-1895. 
E. LEROY YOTT 

Instructor in Violin, 1916-1917. 
WILLIAM A. ZIMMER, Ph. C. 

Professor of Chemistry, Physics, Geology, and Botany, and in charge 

of the School of Pharmacy, 1893-1895. 



INDEX TO ALUMNI 



Xame Class Page 

Allen, Laura Chase 1917 19 

Allen, Matilda Florence 1912 13 

Allen, Walter Eoland 1910 12 

Anspach, Eldred Vernon 1913 1-1 

Aiilick, Amos Lindsey 1913 14 

Balcomb, Kenneth. Chester 191(3 17 

Bateman, Howard Saisselin 19-16 17 

Beals, Carolyn 1916 17 

Bell, Thomas Sydney 1905 9 

Bendrat, Thomas Albert 1900 8 

Bixler. Allene Atkinson 1917 19 

Boldt, Ira Vance 1914 5, 15 

Boyd, Louie Croft 1917 5, 19 

Bright, Mary Weir 1914 15 

Brorein, Carl David 1917 5,19 

Brown, Benjamin Oscar 1915 17 

Bruce, Allen Eli 1917 20 

Bryan, Hugh McLellan 1910 12 

Bryan, Kirk 1909 11 

Butler, George Lyndall 1917 20 

Calkins, Fred Myron 1915 5. 17 

Chaves, Katherine Isabel 1916 18 

Coghill, George Ellett 1899 7, 27 

Cook, William Coburn 1913 5, 15 

Cooper (Malone),Mary Marlow 1915 17 

Cunningham (Benham), Kate Carthage 1907 10. 23, 28 

Davis, Harriet Katharine 1909 11 

DeWolf, Edward Von Klein 1914 15 

Doering, Milan Langer 1917 20 

Doran, Edmund W 1914 5, 15 

Dunn, Myrtle Lorena 1916 18 

Emmons, Grover Carlton 1909 5. 11 

Everitt (Boss), Evelyn 1913 15 

Feather, George Adlai 1916 5. IS. 20 

Fergusson, Erna Mary 1912 14. 23 

Fortney, Daphne Harriet 1917 20, 28 

Fortney, Thelma Emma 1917 20 

Fullerton, Howard Risley 1917 20 

Gladding, Raymond Daniel 1912 5, 13 

Gouin, Walter Frances 1916 5, 18 

Gruner, John Walter 1917 20. 29 

Hall, Ernest Wilfred 1916 18 

Hamilton, Bernice 1917 20 



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Harkness, Leslie Meredith 191-4 

Harscli (Lichtenwalter), Rose Maj^ 1907 

Higgins, Matthias, Jr. 1914 

Higgiiis, William John 1915 

Hodgin, Charles E 1894 

Huggett, Lillian Gertrude 1906 

Hunt, Albert Shirley 1916 

James, Helen Dorcas 1914 

Johnson, Douglas Wilson 1909 

Johnson, Eva Virginia 1901 

Karsten, Karl Gustaf 1911 

Keller, Allan French 1908 

Kelly. Clyde 1913 

Kieke, Ethel Louise 1917 

Kieke. Lillian May 1913 

Kraxberger, Lydia Theresa 1910 

Lapraik, John Alexander 1917 

Latamore, Helen 1917 

Lee, Lawrence Frederick 1910 

Lembke, Charles Henry 1912 

Leupold, Arno Karl 1914 

Logan, Leslie Emory 1916 

Lovelace, Lora Marie 1911 

Magnusson, Gustaf Alfred 1903 

Maltby, Frank S. 1899 

McGuinness, Michael Joseph 1909 

McKowen, Ruth Emmett 1910 

McCanna, Joseph Edward 1917 

McCanna, Raymond James 1917 

Menaul, Paul Lynn 1915 

Messenger, James Franklin 1900 

Niven (Murphy) , Isabel Ogilvie 1907 

Parrish (McCarthy), Marie Louise 1911 

Parsons, Josephine S 1904 

Partch, Jennie C^hilders 1917 

Piekard (Bailey), Julia Baynard 1911 

Pride (Loughridge\, Lena Myrtle 1910 

Rahfield, Margaret 1916 

Reeves, Fern Hazel 1917 

Roberts, Cherange Sylvia 1914 

Rogers, Clarence Elms 1909 

Rosenbach, Joseph Bernhardt 1917 

Ross, Edmund 1909 

Saulsberry, Joshua Joel 1910 

Schreiber (Dawson). Alice Caroline 1911 

Seder, Arthur Raymond 1911 

Seder, Edwin Stanley 1914 

Seder, Florence Mason 1914 

Self, William Dennis 1908 

Sewell, Robert Tullis 1912 

Sindeband, Maxv/ell M 1917 



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29 


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29 


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16 


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9 




13 




10 


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15 


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30 




15 




18 


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21 




21 




12 


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14 


16, 


30 




18 




13 




9 


7. 26, 


30 




11 




19 




21 




21 


17, 21, 


30 


8, 


30 




10 


13, 


24 


9, 26, 


31 




21 




13 




12 




19 


21, 


24 


16. 24. 


31 




11 


21. 


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11 




12 


13, 


24 




13 


10, 


32 




10 




10 




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21 



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Singleton, Benjamin Clay 1914 5. 16 

Smith, Fleda Emma ' litOS 10. 23. 24. 32 

Spicer, Eva Marie 1909 12 

Spitz (Bigler), Lillian 1909 12 

Taseher. John Ralph 1908 10, 32 

Threlkold, George Alexander 191() 19 

Timmor/r, Prvor Brown 1917 22 

Von DAxYi, Eilice Claire 1912 14 

Walker (~Lane), Edith 1910 13 

Weinzirl, John 1898 7. 33 

Wilkinson, Louise 1917 22. 24 

Wroth, William Burke 1909 12 



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