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LEADING GREEKS 



AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE WORKERS 

IN THE AMERICAN COLLEGE 

FRATERNITIES AND 

SORORITIES 

1915 



EDITED BY 

WILLIAM C. LEVERE 



EVANSTON, ILLINOIS 

MCMXV 



COPYRIGHT, 1915 

BY 
WILLIAM C. LEVERE 



PREFACE 

The editor of this publication has tried to present here the sketch 
of every living Greek letter man and woman who has done im- 
portant work for his or her society. The most assiduous industry 
has been devoted to the gathering of these names and the collection 
of data. Thousands of letters of inquiry have been sent broadcast 
and literally hundreds of fraternity members have assisted in the 
work. To them we owe our most grateful obligation. If they had 
iot assisted in the generous way they have the book could not pos- 
sibly have been so complete. An omission of a suggested name 
does not necessarily mean it was rejected. It may have been that 
there was a failure to respond to our request for material. That 
there are omissions of some who should have been included will 
doubtless develop. We shall be surprised if we do not find their 
names in a certain catalogue in our office, on each card of which 
the signs are indicative of very many pieces of mail having been 
sent them, and their absence from the book is because they sent no 
answer. But these are comparatively few. The volume does in- 
clude practically all those men and women who have made fine 
records as fraternity workers. And with the general and continual 
spread of Pan-Hellenic unity, there is a growing interest in the 
personnel of the leaders in the American College fraternities and 
sororities. We have told those important things about these Greeks 
that concern especially their fraternity work, but have frequently 
given enough of a glimpse of their more secular life to help to an 
understanding of them. 

There can scarcely be assembled anywhere a company of ladies 

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and gentlemen who could tell a finer story than those who are gatr 
ered in the pages of this book. They are the elect men and wome 
who have traveled into the wondrous land of friendship. They hav 
seen sights and have tales to recount which might cheer and chart 
a fireside company through a thousand and one nights. It may b 
that their tidings concern the world of the immaterial, but does the 
lessen their interest or their fascination? What visions are reveale 
to the eye of the spirit when the magic coast of fraternity issightec 
A continent arises from the deep and on its shores are all those fine 
things of life camaraderie, trueness, courage, loyalty, x trutf 
chivalry, good faith and honor bright. It is because they hav 
known these things that these Greek letter folk who people our boo 
are here. 

WILLIAM C. LEVERE. 

June 1, 1915. 



A DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES 

[When the memorable Greek Conference met in Chicago in May, 1913, at which 
fifty-five fraternities and sororities were present, a declaration of principles was 
made which as representative of fraternity thought and purpose takes a high 
place in the history of the American College Fraternity. It is worthy of a place 
on the walls of every chapter house in our country. EDITOR.] 

We, the Greek-letter societies of America, in convention assem- 
bled, do make the following declaration : 

Whereas, we believe that the people of our country are not 
familiar with the true purposes and ideals of our societies and 
with the actual conditions among the same ; 

Now, therefore, we, represented in convention at the City of 
Chicago by officers and delegates of our said societies, declare : 

That it is our earnest wish and desire to inculcate in our va- 
rious chapters or local societies, the principles of true womanhood 
and manhood ; to promote the moral welfare of all our members ; to 
stimulate and encourage scholarship; to prescribe obedience to all 
authority ; to encourage loyalty to and active interest in the institu- 
tion where they may be located ; to foster a democratic and friendly 
spirit between our members and all others with whom they may be 
associated, and to inspire among our members a true, loyal and last- 
ing friendship. 

And we do further declare that to those ends we have, through 
our officers and councils, dedicated ourselves in the past and do pledge 
ourselves for the future, that where we fail we will remedy and 
where we succeed, such shall be to us only an incentive to better 
endeavor. 

And we do further declare that our association together in such 
societies is in fulfillment of the natural desire of all people to seek 
friendship among one another, and that we consider our members 



not as elected to any privileges, but rather, pledged and dedicated to 
a life of striving for the perfection of our ideals. 

And we do further declare that we welcome all sincere criticism 
of our conduct and lives, and do pledge ourselves to take counsel 
upon the same and to remedy all things wherein we may fall short 
of these, our ideals and principles. 

And remembering our long and prosperous existence, our oppor- 
tunities and hopes for the future, our thousands of great and true 
members now in the service of the world, the thousands of our 
young men and women now in our brotherly care, and the service 
of many good and noble men and women given to the perfecting of 
these ideals, 

We do pledge ourselves to promote these things in all ways and 
to continue our efforts to that end. 



FRATERNITY AND SORORITY TABLES 
COLLEGE FRATERNITIES 



Name of 
Fraternity 


Title of 
National Head 


Where Founded 


When 
Founded 








1895 


InVm T)p1ta "Phi 




Hamilton College 


1832 








1914 


jpnd jvappa -^anioaa 




Yale University . 


1845 






Virginia Military Institute . . 


1865 


eta. Theta Pi 


President 


Miami University 


1839 


hi Phi 






1824, 


hi Psi 


President 


Union University, N. Y 


1847 


elta Chi 


"AA" 


Cornell University 


1890 




President 


Yale University 


1844 


>elta Phi 


President 


Union University, N. Y 


1827- 


)elta Psi 


President 


Ooiumbia College 


1847 


)elta Sigma Phi 


President 


College of City of New York. . . 


1899 






Bethany College 


1859 


)elta Upsilon 


President 


Williams College 


1834 


Cappa Alpha (S) 


Knight Commiander.. 


Washington and Lee University 
Union University . . . 


1865 
1825- 




^^"orthy Gr Master 


University of Virginia 


1869 


lambda Chi Alpha 


Grand President. 


Boston University 


1909 


'hi Delta Theta 


President 


Miami University 


1848 


>hi Kappa Psi 


President 


Washington and Jefferson Coll. 


1852 


'hi Kappa Sigma 
hi Chi Delta 


Grand Alpha 
Grand Grand -Master. 
President 


University of Pennsylvania 
Louisiana State University 
"Washington and Jefferson Coll. 


1850 
1909 
1848 


-*hi Sigma Kappa . 


President 


Mass Agricultural College 


1873 






University of Virginia. .... 


1868 


'i Kappa Phi 


Grand President 


College of Charleston 


1904 


'si Upsilon.. . 


President 


Union University, N. Y 


1833 






University of Alabama 


1856 


Sigma Chi 


Grand Consul 


Miami University 


1855 


>igma Iota 


President 


Louisiana State University. . . . 


1904 . 


Sigma Nu 


Regent 


Virginia Military Institute 


1869 


Sigma Phi 


Chairman Bd of Dir 


"Unjoji Universitv. N. Y 


1827- 


Sigma Phi Epsilon 




Richmond College 


1901 


Sigma Pi 


Grand Sage . 


Vincennes University 


1897 


:*au Kappa Epsilon. 
""heta Chi 


Grand Prytanis 


Illinois Wesleyan University.. 
Norwich University . . 


1899 
1856 


""heta Delta Chi, 


President 


Union University N. Y 


1848 


Seta Beta Tau 


Supreme Nasi 


Je"WIsh Theological Seminary. . 


1898 


Seta Psi 


1A 


New York University 


1847 











COLLEGE SORORITIES 



Name of 
Sorority 


Title of 
National Head 


= 
Where Founded 


WF 
Four 


Alpha Chi Omega. . 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Alpha Kappa Psi... 
Alpha Omicron Pi. 
Alpha Phi 


President 
President 
President 
President 
Grand President 
President 


De Pauw University. . . 
Macon Wesleyan College 
Syracuse University... 
St. Mary's School 
Barnard College 


1 

1 
1: 
1 
1 
1 

l; 
i; 
i; 
11 
11 

1! 
1! 
1{ 
1* 
1* 
IS 
IS 
IS 
IS 
19 
18 
19 
18 


Alpha Sigma Alpha. . 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Beta Sigma Omicron. 
Chi Omega 
Delta Delta Delta. . . . 
Delta Gamma 
Delta Zeta 


President 
President 
President 
President 
National President... 
President 
Grand President 


Virginia State Normal.. 
Lombard College... 
Christian College 
University of Arkansas... 
Boston University 
Warren Institute 
Miami University. 


Eta Upsilon Gamma. 
Gamma Phi Beta. . 
Kappa Alpha Theta.' 


President 
President 
Grand President 


Christian College. . . . 
Syracuse University 
De Pauw University . 


Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Phi Mu Gamma. . . 


National President... 
Grand President 
Grand President 
Ruler 


Virginia State Normal.. 
Monmouth College 
Macon Wesleyan College. . . 


Pi Beta Phi 
Sigma Iota Chi... 
Sigma Kappa 
Theta Sigma Phi.... 
Zeta Tau Alpha... 


Grand President... 
President 
Grand President 


Hollins College 
Monmouth College 
SS. James and Xavier Acad. . 
Colby College 


Grand President 


University of Washington. . , 
Virginia State Normal 



PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES 



Name of 
Fraternity 


Profession 
Represented 


Title of 
National Head 


Where 
Founded 


When 
Founded 


Alpha Chi Sigma 


Chemical 
Agricultural 


Gr. Mast. Alchemist 
President 


Univ. of Wisconsin 
Ohio State Univ. . . 


1902 
1903 


Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Alpha Phi Sigma 


Medical 
Medical 


Grand Primarius . . 
Oracle 


Dartm'th College.. 
Univ. of Illinois. . . 


1888 
1908 


Alpha Psi 


Veterinary 


President 


Ohio State Univ... 


1907 


Chi Zeta Chi 


Medical 


Sup. Em Grand... 


Univ. of Georgia . . 


1903 


Delta Sigma Delta.. 
Delta Theta Phi 


Dental 


Sup. Grand Master 


Univ. of Michigan. 
Chicago 111 


1883 
1913 


Gamma Eta Gamma. 
Kappa Phi 


Legal 
Pharmacy 


High Chancellor. . . 
Grand Moderator . . 


Univ. of Maine. . . . 
Univ. of South 


1901 
1909 


Kappa Psi 


Med & Pharm 


Grand Regent 


Conn. Mil. Acad. . . 


1879 




Medical 


President 


Univ. of Michigan. 


1882 


Dmega Upsilon Phi 


Medical 


Senior Gr. Master. 


Univ. of Buffalo. . . 


1894 


D hi Alpha Delta 




Supreme Justice 


Kent Coll. of Law. 


1897 


Phi Alpha Gamma 


Medical 


Grand President... 


N. Y Homeopathic 


1894 


Phi Alpha Sigma 


Medical 




U of Penn M Col 


1888 


Phi Beta Pi 


Medical 


Supreme Archon . . . 


Penn. Med. Coll... 


1891 


Phi Chi . 


Medical 


G P S 


Univ. of Vermont. 


1889 


Phi Delta Chi ... . 


Chem. & Pharro 


Grand President. . . 


Univ. of Michigan. 


1883 


Phi Delta Phi 


Legal 


President 


Univ of Michigan. 


1869 


Phi Mu Alpha 
Phi Rho Sigma 


Musical 


Supreme President. 
President 


N. E. Con. of Mu. 
Northwest'n Univ. 


1898 
1890 


Pi Mu 


Medical 


Senior Councilor. . . 


Univ of Virginia. . 


1892 


Psi Omega 


Dental 


Grand Recorder. . . 


Bal. Col. Den. Sur. 


1892 


Theta Tau 




Grand Regent 


Univ of Minnesota 


1904 


Theta Xi 


Engineering 


President 


Rensselaer Insti... 


1864 


Xi Psi Phi 


Dental .... 


Supreme President 


Univ. of Michigan. 


1889 













HONORARY FRATERNITIES 



Name of 
Fraternity 


Profession 
Represented 


Title of 
National Head 




Where 
Founded 


'- 

Wher 
Found* 


Alpha Omega Alpha. 


Medical . . . Y. . 


Chairman 


Coll Phys & Sur 




Delta Sigma Rho 
Gamma Alpha 


Agricultural .I/ 
Forensic 
Sri'pnt jfjp 


High Chancellor... 
President 


Ohio State Univ.'.' 
Chicago 


1897 
1906 


Gamma Sigma Delta 
Phi Alpha Tau 


Agricultural ... 
Forensic ..,. 


President 
Grand Chancellor. . 
President 


Cornell Univ 
Ohio State Univ. . 


1899 
1905 


Phi Beta Kappa... 
Phi Kappa Phi 


Mtftrpiry ^' 


President 


Emerson School... 
Wil. & Mary Coll.. 


1909 
1776 


Phi Lambda Upsilon 


Chemical 


President General. 


Univ. of Maine 


1898 


Pi Kappa Delta 


Forensic 


President 


Univ. of Illinois... 


1899 


Sigma Delta Chi 


Journalistic .. 


President . . 




1912 


Sigma Delta Psi. . . . 


Athletic 






1909 


Sigma Tau 
Sigma CJpsilon 


Engineering .. 
Literary ....... 


President 
President 


Univ. of Indiana.. 
Univ. of Nebraska 


1912 
1904 


Sigma Xi 
Tail Bota Pi 


Scientific , 
Engineering ... 


President 
President 


Cornell Univ. . . 
Lehigh Univ 


1906 

1S8&-. 
' i sfsr 


Tau Kappa Alpha. . . 


Forensic 


President 


Indianapolis, Ind.. 


1908 



PROFESSIONAL SORORITIES 



Name of 
Sorority 


Profession 
Represented 


Title of 
National Head 


Where 
Founded 


When 
Founded 


pha Sigma Alpha. . 


Normal 


President 


Va State Normal. 


1901 


u Phi Epsilon 
nega Upsilon 


Musical 
Oratorical . 


Supreme President. 
Gr ~Wor Priestess 


Metropolitan Coll . 
Northwest'n Univ 


1903 
1904 


li Delta Delta 


Legal 


President 


Univ of So Calif. 


1911 


grna Alpha Iota 


Musical 


President 


Univ of Michigan 


1903 


2fma Sigma Sigma. 


Normal 


Grand President 


Va State Normal 


1898 













HONORARY SORORITY 



Name of 
Sorority 


Profession 
Represented 


Title of 
National Head 


Where 
Founded 


When 
Founded 


nicron Nu 


Home Ec'n'mics 


President 


Mich Agric Coll 


1912 













Leading Greeks 



3BOTT, Clarence Eugene; Kappa 
Sigma; ed. at University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1900; C. E., 1905; initiated by 
Beta Epsilon chapter, 1898; grand 
master of chapter; mem. Wisconsin 
Alumni Association and Birming- 
nam, Ala., alumni chapter; general 
superintendent iron mines and quar- 
ries, Tennessee C. T. & R. R. Co. 
Address, 1405 University Ave., Bes- 
aemer, Ala. 

3BOTT, Cinder; Alpha Tau Omega; 
ed. at Southwestern Presbyterian 
University, 1896; initiated by Ten- 
nessee Alpha Tau, Dec. 13, 1893; 
chapter chaplain; first president of 
Louisiana Alumni Association ; presi- 
dent Abbott Automobile Co., direc- 
tor New Orleans Association of Com- 
merce, vice-chairman publicity bu- 
reau of Association of Commerce; 
president New Orleans Automobile 
Dealers' Association; m. Stella Chre- 
tian, June 3, 1902. Address, 2323 
Canal St., New Orleans, La. 

BLE, Sidney Thorne; secretary St. 
Louis Alumni chapter; Sigma Nu; 
ed. at V^ashington University, 1910; 
LL. B. ; initiated by Gamma Omicron, 
fall of 1906; chapter secretary and 
treasurer; mem. of committee of 
three who drew up charter of St. 
Louis alumni chapter; attorney at 



law, age twenty-five years; m. Grace 
Shafer, Feb. 2, 1914. Address, 5789 
Kingsbury place, St. Louis, Mo. 

ACKERS, William David; grand fourth 
counselor (national secretary) ; Sig- 
ma Pi; ed. at Ohio Northern Uni- 
versity, 1911; initiated by Zeta chap- 
ter, 1909, a charter member; chapter 
president; editor of the "Zodiac," a 
history of Zeta chapter; grand fourth 
counselor; employed in the accident 
department of Ginn & Co., Atlanta 
office. Address, care Ginn & Co., 
Publishers, Atlanta, Ga. 

ADAMS, Charles Bayley; supreme 
financial secretary of Phi Alpha Del- 
ta, 1913-1915; ed. University of 
Maine, College of Law, 1913; ini- 
tiated by Hamlin chapter; NOT., 1910; 
justice of the chapter, 1912-1913; 
delegate to national conventions in 
Chicago, 1913 and 1914; attorney at 
law; mem. firm of Blancharel & 
Adams. Address, 518 Eastern Trust 
Bldg., Bangor, Me. 

ADAMS, HAROLD S.; editor of the 
"Record" of Gamma Alpha and mem. 
Theta Delta Chi; ed. University of 
Chicago and Williams College, 1911; 
initiated by Chicago chapter, 1912; 
delegate to national convention of 
Theta Delta Chi in 1910 and to con- 
vention of Gamma Alpha in 1913; 
associate professor in physiological 



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cheimsi.ry/ University .of Chicago. 
Address, 5731 Kenwood Ave., Chica- 
go, 111. 

ADAM8 f Howard Webster; district 
chief of Beta Theta Pi; mem. Phi 
Alpha Delta; ed. Indiana University, 
1906; initiated by Pi chapter of Beta 
Theta Pi, Oct. 11, 1902; president, 
1906, of the chapter; mem. Indianap- 
olis Alumni Association of Beta 
Theta Pi; secretary, 1906-1907; dis- 
trict chief, 1907-1908 and 1912, to 
date; delegate to district convention 
at DePauw, 1905 ; delegate to nation- 
al convention at St. Louis, 1904; 
mem. state committee of fraternity 
legislation, 1907; attorney at law; 
studied at University of Berlin, 1910- 
1911, university of Paris, 1911, Uni- 
versity of Madrid, 1911-1912; mem. 
Masons. Address, 1838 N. Delaware 
St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

ADE, George; former national presi- 
dent of Sigma Chi; ed. at Purdue 
University, 1887; initiated by Delta 
Delta chapter June, 1885; delegate 
to national conventions; contributor 
to "Sigma Chi Quarterly"; presi- 
dent Grand Council, 1909-11; mem. 
Chicago Alumni Association; author 
of many novels and plays; trustee 
Purdue University; mem. National 
Institute of Arts and Letters; dele- 
gate to Republican National conven- 
tion, 1908. Address, Brook, Ind. 

AHLERS, Blanche Evelyn; Alpha 
Omicron Pi; ed. University of Call 
fornia, 1912; initiated by Sigma 
chapter, Sept., 1908; president of the 
chapter; secretary of San Francisco 
Alumnae Chapter; assistant busi- 
ness manager of fraternity magazine. 



Address, 2300 Devisadero, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

AIKEN, Albert C.; Beta Theta Pi; ed. 
University of California, 1892; ini- 
tiated by Omega chapter, 1888; presi- 
dent of the chapter; district chief, 
1893-1894; delegate to national con- 
vention at Chautauqua, 1891; attor- 
ney at law. Address, Platiron Bldg., 
San Francisco, Calif. 

AISENSTADT, E. Albert; past grand 
master, three year term on supreme 
council; Beta Phi; ed. at University 
of Illinois, College of Medicine, 1912; 
initiated by Delta chapter as a char- 
ter member; mem. of Chicago Alum- 
ni chapter; invented ritual and draft- 
ed the constitution; wrote "Beta 
Phi, Thy Wondrous Story," a his- 
tory; delegate to national conventions 
of 1911, 1912, 1913 and 1914; physi- 
cian and surgeon, police surgeon for 
city of Chicago; m. Ethel Terrell of 
Old Fort, N. C., Dec. 9, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 2908 W. 12th St., Chicago, 111. 

AKERS, William D.; national secre- 
tary of Sigma Pi; ed. Ohio Northern 
University, 1911; initiated by Zeta 
chapter, 1909, charter mem.; presi- 
dent of the chapter; founded Phi 
Chi Psi, which became Zeta chapter 
of Sigma Pi; contributed articles to 
the "Emerald" of Sigma Pi, and 
alumni editor of the "Zeta Herald"; 
wrote history of Zeta chapter; mem. 
Zeta Alumni Association; delegate 
to national convention , at Champaign, 
111., 1914; delegate to sixth Inter- 
Fraternity Conference at New York 
City, 1914; clerk in accounting de- 
partment of Ginn & Co., Atlanta 
office. Address, office, care Ginn & 



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Co., Publishers, Atlanta, Ga.; resi- 
dence, 45^ Auburn Ave., Apartment 
25, Atlanta, Ga. 

ALDERMAN, Mozelle; business man- 
ager of magazine, "Triangle" ; Sigma 
Sigma Sigma; ed. at Hollins College, 
Hollins, Va., 1910; initiated by Ep- 
silon chapter, 1908; chapter treas- 
urer; contributor to "Triangle," 
toasts at national conventions; at- 
tended two national conventions; 
chairman committee at national con- 
vention; other national convention 
committee; mem. secret honorary 
society. Address, Alcolu, S. C. 

ALLAN, Evelyn Wight; grand presi- 
dent of Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1890- 
1892; ed. St. Lawrence University 
and Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 

' 1891; initiated by Beta Beta chapter; 
mem. New York Alumnae Associa- 
tion of Kappa Kappa Gamma; dele- 
gate to national convention at 
Bloomington, 111., 1890; president of 
first Pan-Hellenic called by Kappa 
Kappa Gamma at Boston, 1891; dean 
of women Leland Stanford, Jr., Uni- 
versity; m. Mansfield Allan, Alpha 
Delta Phi. Address, 31 Salvatierra 
St., Stanford University, Calif. 

ALLEN, Austin Ketcham; grand mas- 
ter of seventeenth district of Kappa 
Sigma for past five years; ed. Brown 
University, 1904; initiated by Beta 
Alpha chapter, 1900; grand master 
of ceremonies of the chapter; mem. 
Brown University Alumni Associa- 
tion and Seattle Alumni Association 
of Kappa Sigma; attended district 
convention of last five years; dele- 
gate to Louisville national conven- 
tion of 1912; representative of Gmn 



& Co. for Washington; mem. Ma- 
sons; m. Grace Henneken, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 4106 Burke Ave., Seattle, 
Wash. 

ALLEN, Emily Frances; treasurer Al- 
pha Alliance; Delta Delta Delta; ed. 
at Boston University, 1891; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, 1888, a charter 
member; chapter president, presi- 
dent Alpha Alliance; contributor to 
magazine, author two songs; Boston 
University Epsilon alumni chapter; 
attended convention of Sigma dis- 
trict at Wesleyan, Boston; delegate 
to Canton, N. Y., Minneapolis and 
Cincinnati national conventions ; 
proofreader "Boston Evening Tran- 
script"; mem. College Club of Bos- 
ton, Boston Association of Collegiate 
Alumnae, the Massachusetts Society 
for Higher Education of Women, Col- 
lege Equal Suffrage League of Bos- 
ton. Address, 202 S'afford St., Wol- 
laston, Mass. 

ALLEN, Frank Dale; inspector of the 
tenth division of Sigma Nu; ed. 
Stanford University, 1898; initiated 
by Beta Chi chapter, 1895; mem. 
Spokane Alumni Association and 
Michigan Alumni Association of 
Sigma Nu; lawyer, general counsel 
Spokane International Railway; cor- 
poration counsel of city of Spokane, 
1909; mem. Elks; m. Irene Rymal 
Long, 1903. Address, 1004 Paulsen 
Bldg., Spokane, Wash. 

ALLEN, Rlley Harris; Beta Theta Pi; 
ed. University of Chicago, Washing- 
ton State, 1904; initiated by Lambda 
Rho, 1901; chapter president; con- 
tributor to magazine; founder Wash- 
ington State chapter; a founder of 



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Honolulu Alumni chapter, Beta 
alumnus; editor Honolulu "Star-Bul- 
letin," Honolulu, Hawaii; m. Su- 
zanne McArdle, 1910. Address, 1059 
Alakea St., Honolulu, Hawaii. 

ALLEN, Robert McDowell; former 
province president; Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. at Kentucky State Uni- 
versity, 1900; A. B., M. A.; initiated 
by Kentucky Epsilon, 1901, charter 
member; mem. Kentucky State Uni- 
versity Alumni Association; delegate, 
1902, national convention; attorney; 
head Kentucky Food and Drug Con- 
trol Work; secretary Food Control 
Officials' Association, 1901-1909; sec- 
retary International Pure Food Con- 
gress, St. Louis Exposition, 1904; 
special assistant to United States 
Attorney General, 1908-1909; presi- 
sident American Pure Food League, 
1913-1914; Knight Templar, Shrine; 
m. Anniebelle McVey. Address, Lex- 
ington, Ky. 

ALLEN, Wilbur Price; proctor of sev- 
enth province; Sigma Chi; ed. Van- 
derbilt University and University of 
Texas, 1902; initiated by Alpha Mu 
chapter, 1900; Worthy C.; delegate 
to two national conventions; dele- 
gate to two district conventions; 
lawyer and banker; mem. Elks, K. of 
P.; m. Josephine Houghton, Feb. 9, 
1905. Address, 604-8 Littlefield Bldg., 
Austin, Tex. 

ALMY, Don R.; eminent supreme 
archon of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
mem. Phi Delta Phi; ed. at Cornell 
University, 1897; initiated by New 
York Alpha chapter of S. A. E. ; emi- 
nent correspondent of chapter; mem. 
New York Alumni Association of S. 



A. E.; delegate to Atlantic City na- 
tional convention of S. A. E., 1909; 
Chicago, 1914; delegate to province 
Beta convention, 1911; chairman 
financial code committee; assist- 
ant editor of "Phi Alpha," 1911-13; 
chairman of committee to formulate 
the S. A. E. Standard Accounts Sys- 
tem; mem. board of directors of 
New York Alpha Building Associa- 
tion; eminent Supreme Archon, 
1914-16; delegate to inter-fraternity 
conference, 1914; attorney-at-law; 
mem. Masonic order; m, Marie E. 
Pattison, 1906. Address, 46 Cedar 
St., New York City. 

AMERSON, George C., A. M.; past 
grand presiding senior of Phi Chi; 
ed. at Chicago College of Medicine 
and Surgery, 1907; initiated by Phi 
Sigma chapter, 1907; mem. Phi Sig- 
ma Chicago Alumni Association; 
mem. grand chapter, six years; dele- 
gate to national conventions, 1907- 
14; delegate to Chicago Greek Con- 
ference, 1913; surgeon; surgeon to 
Cook County hospital, 1906-13, West 
Side hospital and Garfield Park hos- 
pital; captain-surgeon, Illinois Na- 
tional Guards, 1st Infantry. Ad- 
dress, 59 E. Madison St., Chicago, 
111. 

AM MEN, Samuel Zenas; founder of 
Kappa Alpha (southern) ; ed. Wash- 
ington and Lee University, A. M., 
1869, Litt. D., 1895; student Johns 
Hopkins University; author of ritual 
and code of Kappa Alpha; editor of 
"Sun Almanac," 1907-1913; civil war 
veteran, C. S. N., C. S. A.: author 
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LEADING GREEKS 



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trlbutor to Appleton's Encyclopedia; 
mem. Masons and University Club; 
m. Nannie Kelso Wetherall, of Bal- 
timore, June 13, 1882. Address, Uni- 
versity Club, Baltimore, Md. 

ANDERSON, Burt Thomson; ex-presi- 
sident of the national executive coun- 
cil of Eta Kappa Nu; ed. University 
of Illinois, 1907; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, Dec., 1906; vice-president of 
the chapter; contributed to the 
"Bridge" of Eta Kappa Nu; mem. 
Pittsburgh and New York City 
Alumni Associations; national sec- 
retary, treasurer and president of ex- 
ecutive council; delegate to national 
conventions of 1908, 1909 and 1912; 
signal engineer D. L. & W. R. R., Ho- 
boken, N. J.; m. Tirzah Bradley, Sig- 
ma Kappa and Phi Beta Kappa, July, 
1910. Address, 223 Burnett St., East 
Orange, N. J. 

ANDERSON, Ellery O.; national presi- 
dent, 1914-1915, of Delta Phi; ed. 
Columbia University, 1898; initiated 
by Columbia chapter, 1893; president 
of the chapter; delegate to Inter- 
Fraternity .of 1914; lawyer; mem. 
firm of Anderson, Iselin and Ander- 
son; m. Melicent Duryea, 1900. Ad- 
dress, 25 Broad St., New York City. 

ANDERSON, Joseph Reid; Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. Virginia Military In- 
stitute, University of Virginia, 1870; 
initiated by Virginia Alpha, 1869; 
Worthy Master of chapter; national 
offices, Worthy Grand Chief, Worthy 
Grand Keeper of Annals, chairman 
of High Council, founder and editor 
of "Alpha Tau Omega Palm," one of 
the framers of the revised constitu- 
tion of Alpha Tau Omega; manufac- 



turer; m. Annie W. B. Morris, Oct. 
8, 1872. Address, Lee, Goochland 
Co., Va. 

ANDERSON, Robert Henry; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. Southwestern Pres- 
byterian University, 1907; initiated 
by Tennessee Eta, Sept. 19, 1903; 
eminent archon of chapter; Jackson, 
Tenn., Alumni Association; province 
secretary and treasurer; delegate At- 
lanta, Ga., 1906, national convention; 
delegate to province convention, 
Nashville, 1905; contractor in sheet 
metal work; mem. Masons and Elks. 
Address, 421 E. Main St., Jackson, 
Tenn. 

ANDREWS, Ethel Baker (Mrs. E. L.); 
Delta Gamma; ed. Northwestern 
University, 1892; initiated by Sigma 
chapter, 1891; president of the chap- 
ter; national president and secre- 
tary; m. Edmund Lathrop Andrews, 
1899. Address, 150 Wardwell Ave., 
W., New Brighton, N. Y. 

APPEL, Theodore Burton; grand al- 
pha; Chi Phi; Phi Alpha Sigma; ed. 
at Franklin and Marshall, 1889; ini- 
tiated by Zeta, May 27, 1887; Zeta of 
chapter; national offices, Grand 
Gamma and Grand Alpha; physi- 
cian; m. Mary Calder, June 18, 1900. 
Address, 305 N. Duke St., Lancaster, 
Pa. 

ARCHIBALD, Alleyne; Pi Beta Phi; 
ed. at University of Nebraska, 1902; 
initiated by Nebraska Beta of Pi 
Beta Phi; editor of third edition of 
song book; composer of Pi Beta Phi 
songs; teacher and concert pianist. 
Address, 1463 Thirteenth Av., San 
Francisco, Calif. 



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ARMSTRONG, Edna; national vice- 
president of Delta Delta Delta; ed. 
Ohio State University, B. Ph., 1897, 
and M. A., 1912; initiated by Nu 
chapter, March, 1896; president of 
the chapter; wrote several banquet 
songs; mem. Alumni Associations of 
Ohio State University and Delta 
Delta Delta; district president, 1912- 
1915; delegate to district convention 
of 1914 and to national convention 
of 1910; teacher of English and in- 
terested in college clubs and Eng- 
lish organizations. Address, 1655 
Belmont Ave., Columbus, O. 

ARMSTRONG, Florence A; editor of 
the "Lyre" of Alpha Chi Omega; ed. 
Simpson College, Iowa University, 
1906; initiated by Mu chapter, 1907; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1910 and 1912; editor of the "Lyre" 
1910; edited fraternity history in 
1911; attended National Pan-Hel- 
lenic Congress of 1913; teacher of 
history in high school, feature story 
writer for Des Moines "Register and 
Leader." Address, 109 E. First Ave., 
Indianola, Iowa. 

ARON, Harold Guthrle; national secre- 
tary of Chi Psi; ed. Hamilton Col- 
lege, 1909; initiated by Phi chapter, 
1905; mem. Chi Psi Alumni Society 
of New York City; delegate to New 
York Inter-Fraternity Conferences 
of 1911, 1912, 1913 and 1914; mem. 
of bar, New York and New Jersey; 
mem. of faculty and lecturer at New 
York Law School; m. Betsy Ritchie, 
Oct. 1, 1913. Address, 50 Pine St., 
New York City. 

ARTER, Sherman; Delta Tau Delta; 
ed. Adelbert College of Western Re- 



serve University, 1886; initiated by 
Zeta chapter Jan. 27, 1883; mem. 
Cleveland Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to national conventions, 1887,- 
88,-89,-91,-95,-97,-99,1901,-03,-05,-07,-09,- 
11,-13; delegate to all but two prov- 
ince conventions since 1889; presi- 
dent northern division, 1898-1902; 
lawyer. Address, 1308 Williamson 
Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

AS HE, Bowman Foster; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. at Mount Union Col- 
lege and University of Pittsburgh, 
1907; initiated by Ohio Sigma, 1903; 
eminent deputy archon of chapter; 
mem. Pittsburgh Alumni Association 
of S. A. E., vice-president Pittsburgh 
Alumni Association; organized Penn- 
sylvania Chi Omicron chapter; dele- 
gate to national convention, Nash- 
ville, 1912; superintendent of 
schools; mem. F. and A. M. Ad- 
dress, 52 De Soto St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ASHLEY, Jessie; Alpha Omicron Pi; 
ed. New York University, 1902; ini- 
tiated by Nu chapter, 1900; president 
of the chapter; national president of 
Alpha Omicron Pi; lawyer, lecturer 
woman's law class of New York Uni- 
versity; candidate for justice of 
Court of Appeals in Socialist party 
in 1912, received 65,000 votes. Ad- 
dress, 27 Cedar St., New York City. 

ATHERTON, Fred Bicknell; Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. at Lafayette College, 
1909; initiated by Pennsylvania 
Alpha, Sept. 25, 1905; reporter of 
chapter; mem. Alumni Club of 
Scranton; mem. committee on chap- 
ter house; reporter of Alumni Club; 
alternate delegate national conven- 
tion, 1907; manager, Scranton office 



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21 



Brooks & Co.; mem. Knights of the 
Round Table; m. Ruth F. Lansing, 
Oct. 29, 1912. Address, 423 Spruce 
St., Scranton, Pa. 

ATKINSON, Paul Tulane; grand secre- 
tary, Pi Kappa Alpha; ed. Hamp- 
den Sidney College, 1907; initiated 
by Iota chapter, Sept., 1904; head 
of chapter for three years; national 
offices, grand secretary; exchange 
editor of magazine, 1909-1911; edi- 
tor-in-chief of magazine since 1913; 
attended national convention, Rich- 
mond, Va., 1907; New Orleans 1909, 
Knoxvile 1911, and Lexington, Ky., 
1913; installed three chapters; mem. 
Interfraternity ribbon society; edu- 
cator; division superintendent of 
schools since 1908. Address, Hamp- 
den Sydney, Va. 

AUSTEN, Willard; former trustee of 
Beta Theta Pi; ed. Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1891; initiated by Cornell 
chapter, 1888; contributed to fra- 
ternity magazine; president of the 
Cornell Corporation of Beta Theta 
Pi; president of district No. 2, twice; 
delegate to two national conven- 
tions; m. Jessica Lyler. Address, 
Ambleside, Ithaca, N. Y. 

AUSTIN, Henry Warren; national 
president; Alpha Delta Phi; ed. at 
Williams College, 1888; initiated by 
Williams chapter, Feb., 1885; mem. 
and secretary Chicago Alumni Asso- 
ciation; mem. of corporate body of 
Williams, Chicago and Wisconsin 
chapters; national offices, president, 
vice-president, several terms; dele- 
gate to several national conventions ; 
youngest president elected in forty 



years; president, College Fraternity 
Reference Bureau; delegate to In- 
terfraternity conference held in Chi- 
cago May 30, 1913, which estab- 
lished the College Fraternity Refer- 
ence Bureau; banker; president Oak 
Park Trust and Savings Bank since 
1892; served three terms in Illinois 
Legislature; elected state senator, 
1914; treasurer Oak Park for 
thirteen years; m. Edna Lee Har- 
ris, Nov. 17, 1904. Address, 217 
Lake St., Chicago, 111. 

AXELROTH, Harry Reiss; editor 
"The Carnation"; Delta Sigma Phi; 
ed. Washington and Lee University, 
1907; initiated by Zeta, Feb. 12, 
1905; chancellor of chapter; contrib- 
utor to magazine; mem. Philadel- 
phia Delta Sigma Phi Club; na- 
tional treasurer, 1907-1908, 1911- 
1912; editor "Carnation," official 
journal, 1913 to present; attorney- 
at-law; m. Gertrude Zeigler Knight, 
June 22, 1912. Address, 1524 Chest- 
nut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

AXELSON, Charles Frederic; presi- 
dent of western division of Delta 
Tau Delta; ed. at University of Chi- 
cago, 1907; initiated by Gamma Alpha 
chapter January, 1904; president of 
chapter; vice-president of University 
of Chicago Alumni Association; sec- 
retary-treasurer of Chicago Alumni 
Club of Delta Tau Delta; mem. of 
Arch chapter, chairman of commit- 
tee on arrangements for forty-first 
Karnea at Chicago, 1911; has per- 
sonally visited 30 active chapters of 
Delta Tau Delta; special agent for 
Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- 



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ance Co.; mem. University Club and 
Beverly Country Club of Chicago. 
Address, 900 The Rookery, Chicago, 
111. 

AVER, Thomas Parker; editor of the 
grand catalog of Phi Kappa Psi; 
ed. Brown University, 1909; initi- 
ated by Rhode Island Alpha, Oct. 20, 
1905; contributed to the fraternity 
magazine; mem. New York Alumni 
Association; second assistant libra- 
rian, Brown University Library, 
1909-1910; auditor Providence Pub- 
lic Library, 1909-1910; department 
supervisor Columbia University Li- 
brary, 1910-1913; assistant Uni- 
versity of Illinois Library, 1913-1914. 
Address, 51 Erie St., Manchester, 
N. H. 

AYLAND, Gladys Emma; national in- 
spector of Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. 
Drury College, 1912; initiated by Mu 
chapter, Oct., 1911; mem. Dallas 
Alumnae Association; visiting dele- 
gate of national fraternity; national 
Pan-Hellenic delegate, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 606 Southwestern Life Bldg., 
Dallas, Texas. 

AY RES, John A.; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; ed. at University of Tennessee, 
1909; initiated by Tennessee Kap- 
pa, Nov. 14, 1907; Eminent Archon of 
chapter; mem. Phi Kappa Phi; 
scholarship fraternity; mem. Ten- 
nessee Kappa Alumni Association; 
business manager Banta's Greek Ex- 
change; delegate to national conven- 
tion, Atlantic City; law student. 
Address, University of Tennessee, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 



B 

BABCOCK, Hazel Elliot Donoho; Pi 
Beta Phi; ed. University of Cali- 
fornia, 1910; M. A., 1911; initiated 
by California Beta, Feb. 21, 1908; 
president of the chapter; corre- 
sponding secretary of Northern 
California Alumnae Association; 
head of history department of Santa 
Barbara High School and Junior 
College; m. David Thornton Bab- 
cock. Address, 905 Contra Costa 
Ave., Berkeley, Calif. 

BABCOCK, Mildred Frances; chair- 
man undergraduate loan fund com- 
mittee of Pi Beta Phi; ed. at Bos- 
ton University, 1903; initiated by 
Mass. A, 1900; chapter president; 
president of Boston Pi Beta Phi 
Alumnae Club, 1911-1913; wrote 
"Problems of Womanhood" for mag- 
azine, 1914; M. D., Boston Univer- 
sity; practiced medicine until 1911; 
m. Dr. Harold H Babcock, 1911. 
Address, Dedham, Mass. 

BACHMANN, Frank; editor of "The 
Hexagon" and mem. of supreme 
council of Alpha Chi Sigma; ed. 
University of Illinois, 1910; initiated 
by Zeta chapter, 1909; master al- 
chemist of the chapter; contributed 
to "The Hexagon" of Alpha Chi 
Sigma; mem. Chicago Alumni chap- 
ter; delegate to national convention 
in 1914; chemist and bacteriologist, 
the Sanitary District of Chicago; 
mem. K. C. N. at Rensselaer Poly- 
technic Institute; m. Munice O. 
Wells, July 1, 1910. Address, 6809 
Dorchester Ave., Chicago, 111. 

BAG E BY, Gerard P.; first vice-presi- 



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dent of Phi Kappa Psi ; ed. Richmond 
College, 1898; initiated by Phi chap- 
ter, Sept., 1897; wrote several fra- 
ternity songs; mem,. Baltimore Alum- 
ni Associaton; delegate to eight 
national conventions; lawyer: mem. 
Masons; m. Hope K. Jones, Dec. 2, 
1908. Address, 818 Fidelity Bldg., 
Baltimore, Md. 

BAILEY, Jane Space (Mrs. Ellis C.) ; 
exchange editor of "The Parchment" 
of Sigma Iota Chi; ed. Virginia Col- 
lege, 1910; initiated by Iota chapter, 
Oct., 1909; vice-president of the 
chapter; chairman of song book com- 
mittee; m. Ellis C. Bailey, April 1, 
1913. Address, 1494 Clifton Blvd., 
Cleveland, O. 

BAIRD, David E.; former province 
chief of Phi Chi; ed. at Baltimore 
Medical College, 1906; initiated by 
Beta Beta chapter, 1903; grand pre- 
siding senior of chapter; delegate to 
national convention at Richmond, 
Va., 1905-06; delegate to province 
convention, 1906-07; province chief, 
1906-07; contributor to "Quarterly" 
of Phi Chi; mem. Baltimore Medical 
College Alumni Association; phy- 
sician; license by examination in 
Maryland, Pennsylvania, North Car- 
olina and Montana; Knights Tem- 
plars; m. Sarah A. Whitney, 1907. 
Address, Roundup, Mont. 

BAIRD, William Raimond; author of 
Baird's Manual; mem. Beta Theta 
Pi; Phi Delta Phi; ed. Stevens In 
stitute of Technology, M. E., 1878, 
LL. B., Columbia University; 
joined Alpha Sigma Xi, a young fra- 
ternity at Stevens Institute, in 1875; 



in 1877 became general secretary of 
this fraternity; Alpha Sigma Xi was 
absorbed by Beta Theta Pi in 1879; 
became chief of the eastern district 
and exchange editor of the Beta 
Theta Pi, 1879-1893; editor 1893 to 
date; author of Handbook of Beta 
Theta Pi, 1897; one of editors of 
catalogues of 1881 and 1905; author 
of Baird's Manual of College Frater- 
nities, 1879, 1880, 1883, 1890, 1898, 
1905, 1912; gave chapter house to 
Wesleyan chapter as a memorial to 
his son, who was a member of that 
chapter; organized the second chap- 
ter of Phi Delta Phi, known as 
Storey chapter at Columbia Univer- 
sity; secretary of national council, 
1882-1893 of Phi Delta Phi; wrote 
constitution and established 18 
chapters; founded "The Brief," the 
official publication; mem. Tau Beta 
Pi, honorary engineering, lawyer, 
mem. firm of Baird, Cox & Scherr; 
practiced in New York City since 
1883; author of Principles of Amer- 
ican Law, study of Languages; con- 
tributed to Johnson's Enclycopedia 
and Encyclopedia Britannica; m. 
Jennie G. Mansfield, of Wilbraham, 
Mass., Sept. 29, 1886.. Address, 
office, 271 Broadway; residence, 63 
W. 83rd St., New York City. 
BAKER, Edith; vice-president Delta 
Province; ed. at Washington Uni- 
versity, 1911 B. A.; initiated by 
Pi Beta Phi, April 27, 1907; chap- 
ter secretary, treasurer and vice- 
president; three years secretary St. 
Louis Club; Missouri Beta inspector 
of Drury College; attended national 
Convention, Evanston; homekeeper. 



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Address, 235 Rosemont Ave., Web- 
ster Groves, St. Louis, Mo. 

BAKER, George Bramwell; Phi Kappa 
Psi; ed. De Pauw University, 1887; 
initiated by Indiana Alpha, 1883; 
mem. Boston and New York Alumni 
Association; district archon, 1886; 
delegate to district conventions of 
1884 and 1887; national president 
1906-1908, treasurer 1896-1900; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 
1885, 1886, 1892, 1894, 1896, 1900, 
1904, 1906, 1910, 1914; banker; 
member firm of Baker Ayling & Co. 
mem. Masons; m. Edith Thomas, 
1892. Address, 50 Congress St., 
Boston, Mass. 

BAKER, Hattie May; mem. finance 
committee of Sigma Kappa Trian- 
gle; ed. Boston University, 1906; ini- 
tiated by Delta chapter, Sept. 19, 
1904; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; mem. 
Boston Alumnae chapter; chairman 
of national examination committee; 
delegate to national convention at 
Boston, Mass., 1906; officer at in- 
stallation of Zeta, Nu and Omicron 
chapters; teacher in high school at 
Somerville, Mass. Address, 70 Pear- 
son Ave., West Somerville, Mass. 

BAKER, Helen E.; grand vice-presi- 
dent; Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. at Rich- 
mond College, 1907; initiated by Iota, 
Oct., 1905; chapter president; con- 
tributor to magazine; delegate to 
national convention, Galveston, Tex., 
1910, Old Point Comfort, 1912; chair- 
man extension committee; dean of 
Woman's College, Richmond, Va. 
Address, Richmond, Va. 

BAKER, Hiram Carlton; Delta Tau 
Delta; ed. at Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 



versity, class of 1887; initiated by 
Mu, June, 1883; organizer and sec- 
retary of St. Paul Alumni chapter; 
employing printer with Curtis & 
Baker; mem. R. A. and Modern 
Woodmen of America; m. Katherine 
Gavin, Jan. 19, 1887. Address, 366 
Wabasha St., St. Paul, Minn. 

BAKETEL, H. Sheridan; associate 
editor "The Centaur" of Alpha Kap- 
pa Kappa; Beta Theta Pi and Alpha 
Kappa Kappa; ed. at Dartmouth 
College, 1895; initiated by Alpha 
Omega chapter, Oct., 1890; chapter 
president; contributor to magazines 
of Beta Theta Pi and Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; mem. New York Alumni As- 
sociations of Beta Theta Pi and Al- 
pha Kappa Kappa; district chief, 
District I, for two years; delegate 
to national convention, 1894; physi- 
cian; editor "Medical Times"; first 
lieutenant Medical Reserve Corps, 
United States Army, and mem. fac- 
ulty of Long Island College Hospital; 
Thirty-second Degree Mason, Mystic 
Shrine. Address, 81 Fulton St., New 
York City. 

BALDINGER, Ora M.; inspector of the 
first division of Sigma Nu; ed. Vir- 
ginia Military Institute, 1910; ini- 
tiated by Alpha chapter, 1908; com- 
mander of the chapter; mem. Boston 
and New York City Alumni Associa- 
tions; president of division conven- 
tion for two years; delegate to four 
grand chapter conventions; revived 
Alpha chapter at Virginia Military 
Institute, 1909; lieutenant U. S. 
Army; mem. Masons' Blue Lodge, 
Chapter, Council Thirty-second De- 
gree, Eastern Star, Knights Tem- 
plars, Shrine. Address, 26th Infan- 



LEADING GREEKS 



25 



try, U. S. Army, Fort Crockett, Gal- 
veston, Tex. 

BALDWIN, Lena Brandin; grand presi- 
dent; Alpha Xi Delta; ed. at Syra- 
cuse University, 1906; initiated by 
Eta chapter, Oct., 1904; chapter 
president; mem. Syracuse Alumni 
Association; contributor to maga- 
zine; national offices, grand secre- 
tary, grand president; attended na- 
tional conventions, 1907, 1909, 1911, 
1913; attended Pan-Hellenic Con- 
gress three times; mem. College 
Woman's Club, Daughters of Ameri- 
can Revolution and Suffrage Club. 
Address, 670 Euclid Av., Elmira, 
N. Y. 

BANNING, Pierson Worrall; "Free- 
lance" editor; Delta Chi; ed. at Chi- 
cago-Kent College, 1910; initiated 
by Chicago-Kent chapter; chapter 
secretary, wrote a history of the 
chapter; collected funds and brought 
into existence the first house occu- 
pied by the chapter; mem. and sec- 
cretary of the Los Angeles Alumni 
chapter; established and edited 
"Delta Chi News," a weekly issue of 
the Los Angeles Alumni chapter; 
editor Delta Chi "Booklet of Wit and 
Humor," associate editor and contrib- 
utor to Delta Chi "Quarterly"; en- 
gaged in valuable statistical work 
for the fraternity; social secretary 
Municipal League of Los Angeles; 
m. Lila Banning Watkins, May 16, 
1913. Address, 148 N. Wilton place, 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

BANTA, George; former president of 
Phi Delta Theta; mem. Delta Theta 
Phi; mem. Delta Gamma (sorority) ; 
ed. at Franklin College and Indiana 



University; initiated by Indiana 
Delta, May 27, 1874; affiliated Ind. 
Alpha; president of chapter; dele- 
gate to national conventions; presi- 
dent Zeta Province; ed. "Scroll" of 
Phi Delta Theta; ed. catalogue of Phi 
Delta Theta; editor and publisher 
Banta's Greek Exchange"; publish- 
er of forty fraternity magazines; 
delegate to every inter-fraternity 
conference gathering; mem. Free 
and Accepted Masons; m. Ellen Lee 
Pleasants, June 16, 1886. Address, 
Menasha, Wis. 

BANTA, George, Jr.; business man- 
ager, "Banta's Greek Exchange"; 
ed. Wabash College, 1914; initiated 
by Indiana Beta chapter of Phi Del- 
ta Theta; secretary of chapter; was 
initiated at the model initiation, 
Niagara Falls convention, August, 
1910; mem. Fox River Valley Alum- 
ni Club; secretary; assistant cata- 
logue editor; delegate to Phi Delta 
Theta national convention, Chicago, 
1912; delegate to Chicago Greek Con- 
ference, 1913; alternate delegate to 
inter-fraternity conference, 1913; 
secretary George Banta Publishing 
Co. Address, Menasha, Wis. 

BARBEE, Lindsay; editor of "Cres- 
cent"; Gamma Phi Beta; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Denver, 1899; initiated by 
Theta chapter, Dec. 28, 1897; con- 
tributor to magazine, author several 
songs, author nine chapter plays; 
mem. University of Denver Alumni 
Association; national offices, asso- 
ciate editor and editor of "Cres- 
cent"; delegate to national conven- 
tion, Evanston, 1901, Madison, 1913; 



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president Denver Woman's Pan-Hel- 
lenic. Address, 1575 Lafayette, Den- 
ver, Colo. 

BARKER, Harry; Sigma Nu; ed. Uni- 
versity of Vermont, 1904; initiated 
by Beta Sigma chapter, 1900; com- 
mander of the chapter; mem. Phi. 
Beta Kappa; contributed to Delta of 
Sigma Nu; mem. New York City 
Alumni Association; mem. chapter 
house and extension committee; 
delegate to district and national con- 
ventions; mechanical and electrical 
engineer; associate editor of "Engi- 
neering News"; m. Marion I. Booth, 
1909. Address, 6th Av. and 36th St., 
New York City and Montclair, N. J. 

BARNARD, Virgil Oates; custodian of 
files; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ed. at 
University of Alabama, 1915; chap- 
ter eminent archon; contributor to 
magazine; mem. building committee 
Alabama Mu chapter house; mem. 
Tuscaloosa Alumni Association ; 
delegate to national convention, 
Nashville, 1912; delegate province 
convention, Columbus, Ga., 1913; 
president province Epsilon, 1914-15; 
secretary to president, University of 
Alabama; mem. Key-Ice, Jason's. 
Address, University, Ala. 

BARNEY, Clyde Orrin; grand eastern 
praetor of Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Chi 
Rho; ed. University of Syracuse, 
College of Medicine, 1910; initiated 
by Alpha. Gamma, 1907; Phi Epsilon, 
1907; archon, Alpha Gamma chapter, 
vice-president Phi Epsilon chapter; 
contributed articles for Phi Beta Pi 
"Quarterly"; secretary and treas- 
urer of Syracuse chapter of Alpha 
Omega Alpha; presided at Eastern 



District convention, February, 1914, 
for Phi Beta Pi; instructor in sur- 
gery, College of Medicine, Syracuse 
University; assistant surgeon tc 
Hospital of Good Shepherd and 
Syracuse Free Dispensary; mem 
Syracuse Academy of Medicine 
Onondaga County Medical Society 
New York State Medical Society 
Address, Physicians' Bldg., Syracuse 
N. Y. 

BARR, Louis De Camp; vice-presiden 
of Phi Delta Phi, mem. of Phi Gam 
ma Delta; ed. at Ohio Wesleyan am 
Western Reserve University, 1907 
initiated by Theta Deuteron of Ph 
Gamma Delta, 1902, and held offici 
of president; initiated by Ranne; 
chapter of Phi Delta Phi, 1904, am 
elected consul; contributor to mag 
azine; mem. national council of Ph 
Delta Phi; province president Ph 
Delta Phi; delegate three nations 
conventions Phi Delta Phi; delegat 
district convention Phi Delta Phi 
attorney-at-law; mem. Knights Ten: 
plars; m. Carolyn McElhinney, 19 1C 
Address, 5 Blymyer Bldg., Mansfielc 
Ohio. 

BARRETT, Jessie Edwards; Kapp; 
Alpha Theta; ed. at Allegheny Col 
lege; initiated by Mu chapter, Sept 
20, 1890; mem. and president Dec 
ver Alumnae Association; m. Harr; 
M. Barrett, June 10, 1896. Address 
1410 Gilpin St., Denver, Colo. 

BARRON, Benjamin Presley; secre 
tary of E. C. Smith province of Kaf 
pa Alpha; ed. College of Charleston 
1905; initiated by Beta Gamm; 
chapter, 1904; delegate to nationa 



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convention at Memphis, 1913; sec- 
retary of E. C. Smith province, 1912- 
14; delegate to Raleigh (N. C.) 
Province Council, 1914; organized 
Columbia Alumni Association, 1911; 
real estate, insurance, stocks and 
bonds. Address, L. & E. Bank Bldg., 
Columbia, S. C. 

BARTELL, Floyd E.; national vice- 
president Phi Lambda Upsilon; Phi 
Lambda Upsilon, Delta Tau Delta, 
Sigma Xi; ed. at University of 
Michigan, 1908; initiated by Delta, a 
charter member; national offices, 
secretary 1911-1913, vice-president 
1913; Phi Lambda Upsilon, delegate 
to national convention, Indianapo- 
lis 1911, Milwaukee 1913; in- 
structor physical chemistry, Uni- 
versity of Michigan. Address, 423 
E. University Ave., Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

BARTLOW, Bert Surene, national 
council of Delta Kappa Epsilon; ed. 
at Miami University, 1893; initiated 
by Kappa chapter Dec. 20, 1889; "Be- 
ta" presiding officer of chapter; chap- 
ter editor Delta Kappa Epsilon cat- 
alogue; mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Association of Central Ohio; secre- 
tary of Kappa Chapter House Asso- 
ciation; delegate national conven- 
tion, Chattanooga, 1892; frequent 
visitor national conventions; chief 
of dairy and food division, Ohio 
Agricultural Commission ; mem. 
Ohio House of Representatives, 1898- 
1902; sergeant-at-arms, Senate, Ohio 
Assembly, 1906-1909; alumni and 
field secretary Miami University, 
1906-1913; supreme senator, Knights 
of the Ancient Essenic Order, 1902- 



1903; supreme president, The Fra- 
ternal Censer, 1903-1906; editor-in- 
chief "Centennial History of Butler 
County, Ohio," 1905; general editor 
"Alumni and Former Students Cat- 
alogue," Miami University, 1909; 
life member Ohio Archaeological and 
Historical Society; mem. Ohio So- 
ciety Sons of American Revolution; 
mem. K. of P., I. O. O. F. and K. A. 
E. O. Address, Dairy and Food Di- 
vision, State Agricultural Commis- 
sion, Columbus, Ohio. 

BASYE, James Davis, Jr.; grand first 
counselor, Sigma Pi.; ed. at Uni- 
versity of California, 1914; initiated 
by Iota, May, 1913; convention del- 
egate Biennial Convention, Cham- 
paign, 111., June, 1914; mem. Cali- 
fornia Club; assistant manager 
Aetna Life Insurance Co., Oakland, 
Calif. Address, Hotel Carlton, 
Berkeley, Calif. 

BATTAILE, James Frank; alumni ad- 
visor; Kappa Sigma; ed. at Ken- 
tucky State University, 1908; ini- 
tiated by Beta Nu, Oct. 10, 1903; 
grand master of chapter; mem. 
Kentucky State University Alumni 
Association; manager university 
book store; mem. Board of Trustees 
of Kentucky State University; mem. 
Odd Fellows; m. Elizabeth Kinkead, 
July 11, 1911. Address, 427 W. Sec- 
ond St., Lexington, Ky. 

BAUGHMAN, Greer; senior counselor 
for Pi Mu, Phi Delta Theta, Pi 
Mu; ed. at University of Virginia 
1894, Medical College of Virginia 
1897; initiated by Virginia Beta of 
Phi Delta Theta, 1891; Virginia 



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Gamma of Pi Mu; chapter presi- 
dent; chairman committee of na- 
tional convention of Phi Delta The- 
ta to establish "Honor System"; del- 
egate national convention Phi Delta 
Theta; delegate every national con- 
vention Pi Mu since 1900; doctor 
medicine, associate professor obstet- 
rics, Medical College of Virginia; 
mem. American Association Ob- 
etetritians and Gynecologists and 
Southern Surgical and Gynecologi- 
cal Association; has done post 
graduate work in Vienna in the 
clinics of Nothnagle, Crobak, Neus- 
sar and Weichselbaum; in Berlin in 
von Ley den's Medical Clinic; in 
Dresden in Leopold's Frauen 
Klinik, in Rotunda Hospital under 
Purefoy, and in London; one of the 
builders of the Stuart Circle Hos- 
pital; mem. Sons of American Rev- 
olution and treasurer since 1911; 
mem. Commonwealth Club and 
Country Club; m. Wilhelmina Reeve, 
1904. Address, 26 N. Laurel St., 
Richmond, Va. 

BAYLY, Charles B.; national council 
of Phi Delta Phi; mem. Sigma Chi; 
ed. Wooster University, 1908 and 

. 1911; initiated by Beta chapter of 
Sigma Chi and Ranney chapter of 
Phi Delta Phi; vice-president of 
Cleveland Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to national convention of Sigma 
Chi at .Cincinnati, 1906 and of Phi 
Delta Phi at New York City, 1910, 
and Chicago, 1914. Address, office, 
1447-1449 Leader Bldg., residence, 
1462 E. 118th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

BEACH, Agnes; Delta Gamma; ed. 
Universities of California and Ore- 



gon, 1909; initiated by Gamma chai 
ter, 1907; president of Beta N 
Alumnae Association; National Pai 
Hellenic delegate. Address, 53 
Chapman St., Portland, Ore. 

BEAL, George Denton; national regi 
trar of Phi Lambda Upsilon; men 
Gamma Alpha; ed. Columbia Un 
versity, 1911; initiated by Gamm 
chapter of Phi Lambda Upsilo] 
1909; president of the chapter, 191 
1911; national registrar, 1911-191^ 
editor of the "Register," 1912-191^ 
delegate to national convention < 
1911 and 1913; instructor in cher 
istry, University of Illinois; i 
Edith Downs, July 3, 1912. A 
dress, University of Illinois, Urban 
111. 

BEALE, Cyrus Wendell; Kappa Alp] 
(Southern); ed. at Randolph ai 
Macon College, 1910; initiated 1 
Chapter I, 1905; president and 
retary of Boston Alumni chapte 
delegate to national conventic 
Ocean View, Va., 1907; delega 
province convention, Washingtc 
D. C., 1912; attorney-at-law ; grac 
ate Harvard Law School. Addrei 
Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Richmond, Va. 

BEARDSLEY, Wilfred Fitch; Be 
Theta Pi; ed. at Northwestern U 
versity, 1893; initiated by R 
chapter; chapter president; me 
Chicago Alumni Association; pr 
cipal Evanston Township Hi 
School. Address, University Cli 
Evanston, 111. 

BEATES, Henry, Jr.; deputy gra 
president; Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
at University of Pennsylvania, 18 



LEADING GREEKS 



29 



M. D.; initiated by chapter M, June, 
1910; chapter primaries; deputy 
grand president; doctor of science 
Washington and Jefferson, 1911; m. 
Agnes T. Harrington, Oct. 3, 1913. 
Address 260 S. 16th St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

EAUDETTE, Joseph; business man- 
ager of the "Purple, Green and Gold" 
of Lambda Chi Alpha; ed. Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, 
1914; initiated by Lambda chapter, 
Dec., 1912; house manager of the 
chapter, 1913-1914; mem. Electrical 
Society of Mass. Institute of Tech- 
nology; mem. Boston and Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology 
Alumni Associations; electrical en- 
gineer for the Brasket, Shaw & Lunt 
Co. Address, 18 Grand St., Somers- 
worth, N. H. 

ECHTEL, George Gerald; master 
alumnus and managing editor of 
"Delta Theta Phi"; Delta Tau Delta, 
Delta Theta Phi; ed. at Albion Col- 
lege and Detroit College of Law, 
1912; initiated by Cooley chapter, 
Oct., 1908; national offices, master of 
rolls, chancellor; editor of "Paper 
Book" since 1911, and regular con- 
tributor; delegate to national con- 
ventions, 1909, 1911, 1912, 1913; 
mem. Detroit Alumni Association of 
Delta Tau Delta and of Delta Theta 
Pi; head department of history and 
economics, Northwestern High 
School; m. Marjorie Monroe, May 29, 
1912. Address, 32 Woodward Av. 
Terrace, Detroit, Mich. 

ECK, Charles Gordon; Kappa Sigma; 
ed. at University of Nebraska, 1914; 
initiated by Alpha Psi, Feb. 15, 1912; 



chapter treasurer and house man- 
ager; delegate district XII conven- 
tion, Lawrence, Kans., March, 1914; 
manager reunion, 1914; athletic di- 
rector and instructor in science, 
Aurora High School; m. Alice M. 
Smith, Feb. 28, 1914. Address, 218 
N. St., Aurora, Nebr. 

BECKMANN, Oscar; Delta Tau Delta; 
ed. at University of Michigan, 1912; 
initiated by Delta chapter, 1908; 
secretary of chapter; reorganized 
Toledo Alumni chapter of Delta Tau 
Delta; mem. Chicago Alumni chap- 
ter; delegate to district convention 
at Cleveland, 1910; delegate to na- 
tional convention of Delta Tau Delta 
at Chicago, 1911, and Indianapolis, 
1913; edited first chapter directory; 
newspaper man. Address, 1923 Hud- 
eon Ave., Chicago, 111. 

BELFIELD, Andrew Miller; Sigma 
Nu; ed. at Purdue University, 1892; 
initiated by Beta Zeta, 1891; a char- 
ter member; president Seventh Di- 
vision; grand counselor and vice- 
regent; revised, indexed and codi- 
fied "The Law," fraternity constitu- 
tion and by-laws; installed chapters 
at Illinois, Michigan and Wiscon- 
sin; delegate eight national con- 
ventions; delegate eight district 
conventions; attorney-at-law ; mem. 
Military Order Loyal Legion, Union 
League Club, Indian Hill Club; m. 
E. T. Mills, 1911. Address, 1362 
Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

BELK, John Blanton; Pi Kappa Phi; 
ed. at Davidson College, 1915; in- 
itiated by Epsilon chapter Feb. 3, 
1912; chapter archon; contributor 



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LEADING GREEKS 



to magazine; aided in building and 
furnishing chapter hall; principal 
graded school. Address, R. F. D. 
No. 6, Hendersonville, N. C. 

BELL, James F.; deputy grand presi- 
dent of Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. 
Toronto University, 1882; initiated 
by Upsilon chapter; physician; m. 
Jessie Brown, 1887. Address, 202 
Maclean Bldg., Portland, Ore. 

BELL, Thomas C.; one of founders of 
Sigma Chi; ed. Miami University, 
1857; initiated by Alpha chapter; 
delegate to national convention in 
1905; captain Co. A, major and 
brevet lieutenant colonel, 1861-1863; 
county superintendent of schools, 
Minnesota, 1872-1877; publisher of 
"Journal" at Worthington, Minn., 
1873-1877; principal of La Creole 
Academy, Dallas, Ore.; president of 
Philomath College, Philomath, 
Ore.; president of Central Oregon 
Normal School, Drain, Ore.; mem. 
G. A. R.; m. Sigourney White, 
1857, and Lucia Chase, 1866. Ad- 
dress, 2625 26th Ave., Oakland, Calif. 

BELLAMY, Joseph Clinch; past grand 
alpha; Phi Kappa Sigma; ed. at 
University of North Carolina, 1861; 
initiated by Lambda chapter, 1857; 
alpha of chapter; national offices, 
grand beta, grand alpha; alpha at 
reunion of Lambda Chapter June 7, 
1884; wrote ante-bellum history of 
Lambda chapter; re-instated Lamb- 
da chapter, April 26, 1877; assisted 
in compiling "General Register" of 
Phi Kappa Sigma of 1910; writing 
history Lambda chapter to 1910; 
farmer; state senator, 1895-1897; di- 



rector state hospital for the insane at 
Raleigh, N. C., 1895-1901; private 
36th N. C. Regiment, Confederate 
States Army; ordinance sergeant of 
Fort Caswell, N. C.; mem. Patrons of 
Husbandry and Farmers Alliance. 
Address, Whitaker's, N. C. 

BENEDICT, Anne Scales; Delta Delta 
Delta; ed. Vanderbilt University, 
1905; initiated by Delta Gamma 
chapter, Oct., 1911; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; president of Delta Gamma 
Alliance of Delta Delta Delta; na- 
tional state secretary; m. A. B. Ben- 
edict, Kappa Sigma, April 9, 1913. 
Address, 522 Meridian St., Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

BENNETT, Perlee Rawson; Sigmi 
Nu; ed. University of Kansas, 1886 
initiated by Nu chapter, June 2 
1884; secretary of the chapter; con 
tributed to the fraternity magazim 
and compiled ritual; mem. Chicagc 
Alumni Association; grand recorder 
1885-1888; grand regent, 1890-1894 
life mem. of grand chapter; dele 
gate to all national conventions sine* 
1884; journalist; chief editoria 
writer of "Chicago Herald"; Thirty 
Second Degree Mason; m. Cora A 
Jonas, June 29, 1903. Address, 6105 
Steiner Ave., Chicago, 111. 

BENTON, Guy Potter; M. A., D. D 
LL. D.; national president of Ph 
Delta Theta, 1912-1914; mem. Ph 
Beta Kappa and Tau Kappa Alpha 
honorary; delegate to New York in 
ter-fraternity conference of 1911 
1915; national president of Tai 
Kappa Alpha, 1915-1917; ed. Bake 
University, A. B., A. M., Ohio Wes 






LEADING GREEKS 



31 



leyan University; studied University 
of Wooster and Berlin; professor of 
history and sociology, Baker Uni- 
versity, 1896-1899; president of Up- 
per Iowa University, 1899-1902; pres- 
ident of Miami University, 1902-1911; 
president of University of Vermont 
since 1911; clergyman and lecturer; 
uthor of Real College; m. Dolla 
Conantz, Arcadia, Kans., Sept. 4, 
899. Address, 28 University PI., 
Turlington, Vt. 

RGHAUSEN, Oscar; Omega Upsilon 
hi; ed. at Ohio Medical College 
nd University of Cincinnati, 1904; 
. A., M. D.; initiated by Beta chap- 
er, 1902; chapter editor; national 
ffices, grand senior master; presi- 
ent of alumni chapter; physician; 
ssistant professor of medicine, Uni- 
ersity of Cincinnati. Address, 19 
W. Seventh St., Cincinnati, 0. 

RKEBILE, Thomas Albert; Delta 
hi; ed. at University of Michigan, 
,L. B. 1897, LL. M. 1898; initiated hy 
Michigan chapter, 1895; mem. Delta 
igina Rho; mem. Delta Chi Alumni 
Association, Los Angeles, Gal.; Delta 
Ihi Associate Chief Justice, 1897- 
898; Delta Sigma Rho; vice-presi- 
dent, 1908-1909; lawyer; m. Lucile 
L. Shelley, June 10, 1902. Address, 
12 Huggins Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 
RKELEY, Alfred R.J Sigma Alpha 
]psilon; ed. at University of North 
Carolina, 1900; initiated by North 
arolina Xi, Oct. 1, 1897; eminent 
irchon of chapter; twice president 
irovince Gamma; delegate national 
:onvention Nashville 1908, Boston 
900; Episcopal clergyman; m. 
>arah Bernard Manning, Dec. 11, 



1907. Address, 2631 Wharton St., 
Philadelphia, Penn. 

BERNARDIN, Maud Haines; honorary 
president for life; Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron; ed. at Christian College, Co- 
lumbia, Mo., 1892; initiated by Alpha 
chapter; chapter secretary; one of 
the three founders of Beta Sigma 
Omicron; mem. Kansas City 
Alumnae Association; m. Joseph W. 
Bernardin, Sept. 7, 1898. Address, 42 
Janssen PI., Kansas City, Mo. 

BERRY, Grace Adele Lasher; Gamma 
Phi Beta; ed. Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1899; initiated by Epsilon chap- 
ter, Oct. 11, 1894; mem. Omega Psi; 
contributed to the "Crescent" of 
Gamma Phi Beta; mem. Chicago 
Alumnae chapter; national secre- 
tary, treasurer, vice-president and 
president of Gamma Phi Beta; at- 
tended conventions of 1894 and 1900 
and was delegate at conventions of 
1895, 1905, 1907, 1908, 1909. Ad- 
dress, 1319 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 
111. 

BERRY, William Thompson, alumni 
secretary; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ed. 
at Vanderbilt University, 1899; initi- 
ated by Tennessee Nu, 1896; mem. 
Birmingham Alumni Association, one 
of its founders and early presidents; 
delegate national convention Wash- 
ington, D. C., Memphis, Tenn.; physi- 
cian ; associate professor of Anatomy 
and Surgery, Birmingham Medical 
College; mem. High Degree Mason 
"Scottish Rite"; m. Rebecca Cecil, 
1902. Address, 524 Brown-Marx 
Bldg., Birmingham, Ala. 

BETTERIDGE, Walter Robert; Delta 
Upsilon; ed. at University of Roches- 



LEADING GREEKS 



ter, 1888; initiated by the Rochester 
chapter, October, 1884; chapter 
president; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
junior delegate national convention 
Colgate convention, 1887; professor 
of Hebrew Language and Literature, 
Rochester Seminary; mem. Roches- 
ter branch American Institute of 
Archaeology and vice-president the 
Rochester branch Society of Bibli- 
cal Literature and Exegesis; Vorder- 
asiatische Gesellschaft; University 
Club of Rochester; contributor to 
religious journals; m. Mary Caroline 
Allen, Nov. 6, 1891. Address, 420 
Harvard St., Rochester, N. Y. 

BEVERIDGE, Albert Jeremiah; na- 
tional president of Tau Kappa Al- 
pha; ed. DePauw University, Ph.B., 
1885; lawyer, lecturer and author; 
practiced with firm of McDonald 
and Butler; Republican campaign 
speaker; United States senator from 
Indiana, 1899-1905; chairman of Pro- 
gressive national convention at Chi- 
cago, 1912; m. Katherine Langsdale 
of Greencastle, Ind., Nov. 24, 1887, 
died June 18, 1900, Catherine Eddy 
of Chicago, Aug. 7, 1907. Address, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

BICKELHAUPT, Bertram Samuel; 
Chi Zeta Chi; ed. Physicians' and 
Surgeons' College, New York City, 
1906; initiated by Beta chapter, 
1904; deputy grand of the chapter; 
associate editor of the "Record" one 
year and editor one year; chief of 
Beta District two years; supreme 
historian, two years; organized Up- 
silon and Chi chapters; mem. Ma- 
sons; m. Maude P. Lowe, 1910. Ad- 



dress, 376 E. 162nd St., Bronx, New 
York City. 

BIEDLER, William B.; commander of 
S. Z. Ammen province of Kappa Al- 
pha Southern; ed. Virginia Mili- 
tary Institute, 1908; Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, 
1910; initiated by Beta chap- 
ter, 1908; vice-president of Bos- 
ton Alumni Association, 1909-1910; 
president of Baltimore Alumni Asso- 
ciation, 1910-1913; purser of Ammen 
province, 1912-1913; delegate to dis- 
trict convention of 1912 and to na- 
tional convention of 1911 and 1913; 
electrical engineer; mem. Hammer 
and Tongs Society of Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology. Address, 
809 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 

BIGELOW, Lulu King; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; ed. University of Nebraska, 
1904 ; initiated by Zeta chapter, June, 
1903; contributed to fraternity maga- 
zine; mem. of Chicago Alumnae 
chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1910 
and 1912; delegate to National Pan- 
Hellenic Congress, 1906-1912; m. 
Clifford G. Bigelow, May 9, 1906. Ad- 
dress, 1612 South Fifth Ave., May- 
wood, 111. 

BILLINGTON, R. Wallace; province 
chief of Alpha Tau Omega; mem. Al- 
pha Kappa Kappa; ed. at Vanderbilt 
University, 1906; initiated by Beta 
Pi chapter, 1899; worthy scribe of 
chapter; president Nashville Alumni 
Association; secretary - treasurer 
Nashville Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to Province Conclaves; province 
chief of Province VIII of A. T. O.; 



LEADING GREEKS 



33 



physician; chief of Department of 
Orthopedic Surgery in Medical 
Dept. of Vanderbilt University; 
visiting orthopedic surgeon to Van- 
derbilt University Hospital and Dis- 
pensary. Address, 142 7th Ave., 
North, Nashville, Tenn. 

BINGHAM, Robert Worth; Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. at University of North 
Carolina, 1890, and University of Vir- 
ginia, 1891; initiated by North Caro- 
lina Eta, 1887; chapter worthy mas- 
ter; national office, chancellor; dis- 
trict office, province chief; several 
times delegate to national conven- 
tion; mem. Louisville Alumni Asso- 
ciation; lawyer, firm of Kohn, Bing- 
ham, Sloss and S'pindler; formerly 
county attorney, mayor of Louisville, 
chancellor Jefferson Circuit Court; 
mem. Masons; m. Eleanor E. Miller, 
1896. Address, Commercial Bldg., 
Louisville, Ky. 

BLAKE, Clinton H., Jr.; Beta Theta 
Pi; ed. at Columbia College, A. B., 
1904, Columbia University, A. M., 
1905; Columbia Law School, LL. B., 
1906; initiated Columbia chapter; 
chapter secretary; chapter Colum- 
bia University golf team; mem. and 
secretary Beta Theta Pi Club of New 
York; delegate to and temporary 
secretary of national convention St. 
Louis, 1904; secretary graduate 
board of directors of Columbia chap- 
ter; organizer and vice-president of 
Beta Realty Company which holds 
title to chapter house at Columbia; 
lawyer, mem. firm of Milne, Blake 
and McAneny; councilman-at-large 
and president Common Council En- 
glewood, N. J. Address, business, 2 



Rector St., New York City; resi- 
dence, Englewood, N. J. 

BLANKENBURG, Herbert L.; asso- 
ciate editor of the "Palm" of Alpha 
Tau Omega; ed. at University of 
Wisconsin, 1908; initiated by Gam- 
ma Tau chapter, 1907; treasurer of 
the chapter; contributed to tire 
"Palm" since 1908; assisted at in- 
stallation of Ames and Kentucky 
chapters; electrical engineer, Gen- 
eral Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Ad- 
dress, 456 2nd Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

BL ANTON, A. H.; grand chaplain Pi 
Kappa Phi; ed. at Davidson College, 
1915; initiated by North Carolina 
Epsilon, Sept. 29, 1913; chapter chap- 
lain and treasurer; contributor to 
fraternity magazine; special agent; 
m. Marcella Celestia Willis. Address, 
Box 298, Rock Hill, S. C. 

BLIEM, Marion Louise; Chi Omega; 
ed. at University of Texas, 1909; in- 
iated by Iota chapter, Nov. 19, 1904; 
chapter president; mem. and presi- 
dent San Antonio Alumnae chapter; 
delegate to national convention, Chi- 
cago, 1908; Y. W. C. A. secretary; 
clubwoman, suffragist. Address, 235 
W. Mistletoe Ave., San Antonio, Tex. 

BLISS, A. Richard, Jr.; grand his- 
torian and editor; Kappa Psi; ed. at 
Columbia University, 1907; initiated 
by Gamma chapter, December, 1905; 
degrees, Ph. G., Ph. Ch., A. M., Phm. 
D., M. D.; mem. Gamma Delta Beta; 
national grand historian and editor, 
contributor to magazine, author five 
songs; professor of biological chem- 
istry; graduate School of Medicine, 
University of Alabama; professor of 
chemistry and pharmacology, Bir- 



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LEADING GREEKS 



mingham Medical College; mem. 
American Association for Advance- 
ment of Science, American Chemical 
Society and the Biochemical Associa- 
tion; author, "A Laboratory Manual 
of Qualitative Chemical Analysis" 
and "A Textbook of Physics and 
Chemistry for Nurses"; m. Loretta 
A. Deering, Aug. 20, 1908. Address, 
Medical College, Birmingham, Ala. 

BLU, Elmer Francis; secretary of Phi 
Delta Theta Alumni Club of Minne- 
sota; ed. at Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1905; initiated by Illinois Al- 
pha, Oct. 11, 1901; reporter of chap- 
ter; lawyer; mem. of firm of Crass- 
weller, Crassweller and Blu. Ad- 
dress, Exchange Bldg., Duluth, 
Minn. 

BLUHM, Conrad; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at University of Colorado, 
1895; initiated by Colorado Chi, Apr. 
11, 1891; eminent archon of chapter; 
delegate province convention, Den- 
ver, Colo.; contributor to magazine; 
clergyman; m. May V. Henry, Aug. 
7, 1900. Address, N. 1407 Mill St., 
Spokane, Wash. 

BODDIE, John Thomas; former pres- 
ident of Chicago Alumni Association 
of Phi Delta Theta; ed. Vanderbilt 
University, 1887; initiated by Tenn. 
Alpha, 1884; vice-president of the 
chapter; life endowment trustee, 
former assistant business manager 
of the "Scroll" of Phi Delta Theta; 
real estate owner and broker; mem. 
University, Iroquois and City clubs 
of Chicago; m. Judith R. Lott, Dec. 
26, 1894. Address, 8 South Dearborn 
St., Chicago, 111. 



BOGERT, Elizabeth Thomson; corre- 
sponding secretary of the Indianapo- 
lis Alumnae Association of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; ed. at Butler Col- 
lege, 1909; initiated by Mu chapter, 
October, 1907; corresponding secre- 
tary of the chapter; delegate to na- 
tional convention at Meadville, Pa., 
1908; teacher in Indianapolis Public 
Schools. Address, 2625 East Wash- 
ington St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

BOLAND, Frank Kells; Chi Phi; ed. 
at University of Georgia 1897; initi- 
ated by Eta chapter, Sept. 18, 1893; 
presiding officer of chapter; assis- 
tant editor Chi Phi "Registers" 1900, 
1908, 1914; a founder of Omega 
chapter at Georgia Institute of 
Technology, 1904; an organizer, 
president, secretary and treasurer, 
Atlanta Alumni Assn.; president 
Eta Trust Association; physician 
and surgeon; professor of surgery, 
Atlanta Medical College; surgeon, 
Grady Hospital, Wesley Memorial 
Hospital and Georgia Baptist Hos- 
pital; author "Henry Gray, Anato- 
mist: An Appreciation," and other 
medical papers; m. Mollie Horsley, 
1905. Address, 1026 Candler Bldg., 
Atlanta, Ga. 

BOLLING, William Edward; chief of 
eighth province of Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. at Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, 1908; initiated by Tennessee 
Beta Pi chapter 1906; worthy master 
of the chapter; mem. Nashville, 
Tenn., Alumni Association; delegate 
to Pittsburgh, Atlanta and Louisville 
national conventions; lawyer; m. 
Annie McCullough. Address, 404- 



LEADING GREEKS 



35 



406 Stahlman Bldg., Nashville, Tenn. 
BOLT, Wade Smith; founder Sigma 
chapter, Pi Kappa Phi; ed. at Uni- 
versity of South Carolina 1909; 
founder Sigma chapter 1908-1909; 
contributor to magazine; author sev- 
eral songs and poems; publisher "The 
Otterbein Sun;" m, Bertha Kath- 
erine Switzer, Mar. 6. 1913. Address, 
Otterbein, Ind. 

BONNIFIELD, Allen Day; district 
chief of District XII of Beta Theta 
Pi; ed. at Iowa Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1902; initiated by Alpha Epsi- 
lon chapter, 1899; president of chap- 
ter, 1902; delegate to district con- 
vention, 1900; delegate to national 
convention, 1901; former president 
of Kansas City Alumni Association; 
secretary of Kansas City Alumni As- 
sociation; manager of Western Mis- 
souri, Union Central Life Insurance 
Company; m. Bessie P. Strother, 
1909; mem. Masonic Order. Ad- 
dress, 3127 Benton Blvd., Kansas 
City, Mo. 

BOSTON, Florence Frazer; Sigma 
Sigma Sigma; ed. Farmville Normal 
School, 1913; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, 1911; treasurer of the chap- 
ter; edited the 1914 directory; 
teacher. Address, Warrentown, Pa. 

BOSTWICK, Kate King; correspond- 
ing secretary of Pi Beta Phi; ed. 
Hillsdale College, Mich., Ph. B., 1892; 
initiated by Michigan Alpha chap- 
ter, Dec. 9, 1899; president of the 
chapter; editor of first chapter cata- 
logue; mem. Cleveland Alumnae As- 
sociation; national historian; dele- 
gate to national convention at Evans- 



ton, 111., 1910; specialized in music 
at college; church soloist four years, 
sang with male quartette on concert 
tour, first soprano with ladies' quar- 
tette and director of church choir; 
m. Hubert Otis Bostwick, June 3, 
1896. Address, North St., Chardon, 
Ohio. 

BOSWELL, Gordon; secretary alumni 
chapter; Delta Tau Delta; ed. at 
University of Virginia 1906, Tulane 
University 1907; initiated by Beta 
Iota chapter, 1903; delegate South- 
ern Conference, 1913; delegate two 
national conventions; mem. and sec- 
retary New Orleans Alumni Associa- 
tion; attorn ey-at-law. Address, 811 
Maison Blanche, New Orleans, La. 

BOTT, Frank Rhea; province chief of 
Alpha Tau Omega; ed. Wooster Uni- 
versity; initiated by Ohio Beta Mu 
chapter, 1897; mem. Chicago Alumni 
Association; delegate to national 
convention at Louisville, 1912; dele- 
gate to Chicago Greek Conference 
of 1913; sales manager; mem. Ma- 
sons; m. Alice King, October, 1906. 
Address, 610 Federal St., Chicago, 
111. 

BOWLER, Alan Thurman; province 
purser; Kappa Alpha (Southern); 
ed. at Agricultural and Mechanical 
College of North Carolina, 1912; in- 
itiated by Alpha Omega chapter Oct. 
15, 1910; second master of chapter; 
secretary Raleigh, N. C., Alumni As- 
sociation; purser Edward Chambers 
Smith province; delegate national 
convention, New Orleans 1911, Mem- 
phis 1913; paying teller, Citizens 
National Bank. Address, P. O. Box 
253, Raleigh, N. C. 



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LEADING GREEKS 



BOWMAN, Myrtle Hatswell; alumnae 
advisor and province president of 
Alpha Chi Omega; ed. Albion Col- 
lege, 1902; initiated by Beta chap- 
ter, 1899; president of the chapter; 
contributed to the fraternity maga- 
zine; mem. Alpha Alpha Alumnae 
Association; president of Eastern 
Province; instructor in voice cul- 
ture, Northwestern University 
School of Music. Address, 500 Di- 
versey Blvd., Chicago, 111. 

BO YD, H. Douglas; Gamma Eta Gam- 
ma; ed. at Albany Law School, 
Union University, 1909; initiated by 
Gamma chapter, 1908; treasurer of 
the chapter; mem. Gamma chapter 
Alumni Association; high chancellor 
of national organization, 1911-1912 
and 1912-1913; delegate to national 
convention at Cornell University, 
1911; lawyer and insurance agent; 
mem. Masons; m. Nellie A. Conn ell, 
Oct. 2, 1907. Address, 60-62 N. Main 
St., Gloversville, N. Y. 

BOYD, Leroy Stafford; Kappa Alpha 
(Southern); ed. at Alabama Poly- 
technic Institute 1892, LL. B., Tulane 
University 1899; D. C. L. 1901, M. 
Dipl. 1902, George Washington Uni- 
versity; initiated by Nu chapter, Feb. 
1, 1889; chapter historian; national 
office, chief alumnus 1897; associate 
editor "Kappa Alpha Journal"; es- 
tablished chapters at University of 
Kentucky, Bethany, Delaware and 
Maryland Agricultural College; 
mem. Washington City Alumni Asso- 
ciation; delegate to national conven- 
tion, Norfolk, 1907; librarian; mem. 
Knights of Pythias. Address, U. S. 



Interstate Commerce Commission, 
Washington, D. C. 

BRAASCH, Louise M. (Mrs. H. E.); 
mem. national committee on frater- 
nity examination of Pi Beta Phi; ed. 
University of Minnesota, 1911; initi- 
ated by Minn. Alpha chapter, April 
28, 1908; president of the chapter; 
contributed to "Arrow" of Pi Beta 
Phi; delegate to national convention 
at Swarthmore, Pa., 1910; m. Dr. H. 
E. Braasch. Address, 3029 Portland 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

BRADFORD, Jane Pomeroy; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; ed. University of Min- 
nesota; initiated by Upsilon chap- 
ter, 1894; mem. Daughters of the 
American Revolution; m. John M. 
Bradford, Aug. 15, 1900. Address, 
132 Cambridge Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

BRADLEY, John Miller; chief of sec- 
tion X; Phi Gamma Delta; ed. at 
University of Alabama 1912, law 
1914; initiated by Theta chapter 
Sept. 12, 1909; presiding officer of 
chapter; mem. Birmingham Alumni 
Association; present chief section 
X; chairman committee of finance 
and building for fraternity house; 
delegate national conventions, 1910 
and 1912; lawyer. Address, care of 
Tillman, Bradley and Morrow, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

BRAMLEY, Herbert Wright; Delta 
Upsilon; ed. at University of Roches- 
ter, 1890; initiated by Rochester 
chapter, 1886; chapter president; 
delegate to national convention, 
Cleveland, 1888; treasurer of 1913 
convention; mem. Rochester Alumni 
Association; ex-president Rochester 
Delta U Club; mem. Masonic orders; 



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Royal Arcanum; m. S. Minette Phip- 
pen, 1893. Address, 250 Main St. E., 
Rochester, N. Y. 

BRANDON, William Woodward; past 
eminent supreme archon Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. at University of 
Alabama, 1891; initiated by Alabama 
Mu chapter, 1891; mem. Tuscaloosa 
Alumni Association; delegate several 
province conventions, province presi- 
dent; delegate national convention, 
Kansas City 1910, Nashville 1912, 
Chicago 1914; eminent supreme 
archon; delivered address before na 
tional convention of Phi Delta Theta 
1914; probate judge of Tuscaloosa 
county; brigadier-general in Span- 
ish-American war, enlisting with 2nd 
Alabama Volunteers; state auditor 
four years; mem. state legislature; 
mem. Masons, Elks, K. of P., Odd 
Fellows; m. Lizzie A. Nabors, 1900. 
Address, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

BRANEGAN, Gladys Alee; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; ed. at the University 
of Wisconsin, 1913; initiated by Beta 
chapter, March, 1911; chapter vice- 
president; delegate national conven- 
tion, 1913; secretary of Beta pro- 
vince; teacher of Domestic Science, 
Madison High School. Address, 120 
W. Wilson St., Madison, Wis. 

BRANSON, Anna Jackson (Mrs 
Charles F.) ; Pi Beta Phi; ed. 
Swarthmore College and Columbia 
University, 1909; initiated by Penn. 
A'pha, affiliated with New York Beta 
chapter; initiated Dec., 1898; mem. 
Swarthmore Alumnae Association; 
province president two terms and 
grand vice-president one term; dele- 
gate to national conventions at In- 



dianapolis, New Orleans and Chi- 
cago and attended conventions at St. 
Louis and Swarthmore; original 
treasurer of fraternity settlement 
school; Ohio State Institute speaker, 
1912-1913; mem. New Century Club 
of Philadelphia; m. Charles F. Bran- 
son, April 30, 1910. Address, 2066 
East 93rd St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

BREAKER, George Juhan; Sigma 
Nu; ed. at William Jewell College, 
1910, Washington University, 1913; 
initiated by Beta Xi chapter, 1907; 
affiliated Gamma Omicron chapter; 
chapter reporter and commander; 
delegate to grand chapter, 1911-1912 
(national convention); delegate di- 
vision convention, Seventh Division, 
1909; alumni editor of "The Delta" of 
Sigma Nu; mem. St. Louis Alumni 
chapter; president Pan-Hellenic As- 
sociation of Washington University; 
lawyer. Address, 512 National Bank 
of Commerce Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

BRECHET, Bertha Marie; alumnae 
assistant editor of the "To Dragma" 
of Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. University 
of Minnesota, 1912; initiated by Tau 
chapter, 1912; president of local 
which is now Tau chapter; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa and Calethia Liter- 
ary Society of Northwestern Uni- 
versity; teacher. Address, 2320 
Grand Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

BRECKENFIELD, Elmer A.; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon; ed. at University of 
California, 1909; initiated by Theta 
Zeta chapter, Sept., 1909; secretary 
of the Pacific Coast Alumni Associa- 
tion, 1911-1913; delegate to national 
convention at Hartford, Conn., 1908; 
traveling salesman. Address, resi- 



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LEADING GREEKS 



dence, 3016 Benvemie Ave., Berke- 
ley, Calif.; office, 543 Market St., 
San Francisco, Calif. 

BREDIN, Honta Smalley; former 
president Chicago Alumnae Associa- 
tion; Gamma Phi Beta; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1888; initiated 
by Beta chapter, Oct. 13, 1884; chap- 
ter president; first national presi- 
dent, then called chairman of exec- 
utive board, 1893, for several years; 
delegate to national convention at 
Ann Arbor 1885, Madison, Wis., 
1886, Evanston 1894, Boston 1893, 
Madison 1913; mem. committee of 
three who published first song book; 
helped organize and install Epsilon 
chapter at Evanston, 1888; helped 
install Theta at Denver, 1897, and 
Omicron at Urbana, 1913; one of the 
founders and first president of the 
Chicago Alumnae chapter; repre- 
sented Gamma on Madison Pan-Hel- 
lenic board for several years; m. 
Elias Arnold Bredin, July 1, 1901. 
Address, 847 Judson Ave., Evanston, 
111. 

BRES, Edward Sedley; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon; ed. Tulane University, 
1910; initiated by Tau Lambda 
chapter, Oct. 4, 1904; held various 
chapter offices; mem. Kappa Delta 
Phi and Delta Tau Omega; chapter 
editor of 1910 Delta Kappa Epsilon 
catalogue; secretary Southern D. K. 
E. Alumni Association and Tulane 
University Alumni Association ; 
charter mem. of Delta Tau Omega, 
(high school frat) ; civil engineer 
in firm of Eustis & Bres. Address, 
office, 302 Cotton Exchange Bldg.; 



residence, 6104 Hurst St., New 
Orleans, La. 

BREW, James Jr.; national grand presi- 
dent of Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. Uni- 
versity of Nashville, 1899; initiated 
by Phi chapter, March 24, 1904; 
mem. St. Mary's Hospital Alumni 
Association; district deputy grand 
president 2 years; national grand 
president 5 years; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1909, 1910, 
1911, 1912, 1913; professor of der- 
matology and syphilis, University 
of Nashville, 1903-1910, visiting 
genito-urinary surgeon, St. Thomas 
and Nashville City Hospital, 1902- 
1910; mem. Knights of Pythias, B. 
P. O. E., Knights of Columbus, 
American Medical Association, Tenn. 
State Medical Association, Nash- 
ville Academy of Medicine, military 
surgeons of U. S. A.; m. Lillian 
Vance Davidson, April 27, 1905. Ad- 
dress, 804 Russell St., Nashville, 
Tenn. 

BREWSTER, Adelaide; treasurer of 
New York Alumnae Association of 
Delta Gamma; ed. at Adelphi Col- 
lege, 1911; initiated by Omicron 
chapter, Feb., 1908; corresponding 
secretary of the chapter; mem. Chi 
Upsilon Alumnae Association; mem. 
Alumnae finance committee; 
teacher; mem. Sigma Delta Phi 
(high school fraternity). Address, 
442 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BRIDE, William W.; general secretary 
of Delta Chi; mem. Sigma Chi; ed. 
at Georgetown University, 1904; 
initiated by Georgetown chapter, 
May 30, 1903; secretary of chapter; 



LEADING GREEKS 



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mem. Washington D. C. Alumni As- 
sociation of Delta Chi; delegate to 
national conventions 1904 to 1914; 
mem. Governing Board; editor of 
directory 1907, 1910, 1913; legal and 
exchange editor of "Quarterly"; 
delegate to national inter-fraternity 
conferences, 1911, 1912, 1914; dele- j 
gate to Chicago Greek Conference, 
1913; inter-collegiate debater; law- 
yer; counsel for the United States' 
in the British-American claims ar- 
bitration; colonel on staff, governor 
of Nebraska; director District Na- 
tional bank; m. Lula Mae Fairbanks 
(niece of Vice-president Fairbanks). 
Address, 710 14th St., Washington, 
D. C. 

BRIGGS, John S.; Delta Upsilon; ed. 
University of Rochester, 1890; init- 
iated by Rochester chapter, 1886; 
contributed to fraternity magazine 
and song book; incorporator and 
trustee 16 years of Rochester Delta 
Upsilon Club; editor of 1915 song 
book; president of 1913 convention; 
delegate to national convention of 
1898 and 1900; advertising counsel; 
mem. Masons, Commandery, Consis- 
tory, Royal Arcanum, Sons of 
American Revolution; m. Emma E. 
Phippen, 1900. Address, 1227 Gran- 
ite Bldg., Rochester, N. Y. 

BRINDLEY, John Edwin; Acacia; ed. 
at Iowa State College and University 
of Wisconsin, 1902; initiated by Iowa 
State College chapter, March, 1914; 
mem. alumni associations of Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin and Iowa State 
College; professor of Economic 
Science, Iowa State College; secre- 



tary special state tax commission; 
mem. Masonic orders; m. Mabel E. 
Iverson, June 25, 1908. Address, 838 
8th St., Ames, Iowa. 

BRITTON, Gladys Courtaln (Mrs. 
John A. Jr.); grand registrar of 
Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. University of 
California, 1910; initiated by Sigma 
chapter, March 4, 1907; president of 
the chapter; contributed to fra- 
ternity chapter; mem. San Francisco 
Alumnae Chapter; delegate to na- 
tional convention, 1910; m. John 
Alexander Britton Jr., Oct. 27, 1910; 
Address, 116 Monticello Ave., Pied- 
mont, Calif. 

BROCKWAY, Ulysses Hayden; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon; ed. at Yale Uni- 
versity, 1911; initiated by Phi chap- 
ter, 1910; mem. and secretary Hart- 
ford Alumni Association; with 
Travelers Insurance Co. Address, 
136 Sigourney St., Hartford, Conn. 

BROOM ELL, Anna Pettit (Mrs. G. 
Lupton) ; president of Beta prov- 
ince of Pi Beta Phi; ed. Swarth- 
more College, A. B., 1907; Pi Beta 
Phi fellow at Columbia University, 
A. M., 1908; initiated by Penn. 
Alpha, Nov. 17, 1905, affiliated with 
New York Beta; president of the 
chapter ; contributed fraternity 
magazine; mem. of Philadelphia 
Alumni Club of Pi Beta Phi, presi- 
dent three years, 1908-1914, mem. 
New York Alumni Club, 1907-1908; 
edited and published first two Pi 
Beta Phi calendars; designed coat 
of arms; mem. national settlement 
committee, 1910-1912; chairman of 
coat of arms, calendar, and eym- 



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LEADING GREEKS 



phony committee; attended S worth- 
more national convention of 1910; 
worked toward Ph. D. degree; 
taught in Friend School 1908-1910, 
and Philadelphia High School for 
Girls, 1910-1913; rcu G. Lupton 
Broomell, Delta Upsilon, June 28, 
1913. Address, 4929 Rubicon Ave., 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

BROTHERS, William Vincent; grand 
quaestoi of Sigma Chi; mem. Delta 
Chi; ed. Northwestern University, 
1906; initiated by Omega chapter 
of Sigma Chi, Oct. 19, 1904; mem. 
Chicago Alumni Chapter of Sigma 
Chi; grand annotater and grand 
quaestor; delegate to district con- 
vention of 1904-1905; delegate to j 
national convention of 1905, 1907,' 
1909, 1911, 1913; lawyer; m. Mabel 
Gascoigne, Delta Gamma. Address, 
suite 1509, 139 N. Clark St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

BROUSE, Olin R.; Beta Theta Pi; ed. 
De Pauw University, 1866; initiated 
by Delta chapter, 1863; president 
of the chapter; founder of Chicago 
Alumni Association of Beta Theta 
Pi; editor of the magazine in 1876, 
editor of the catalogue and general 
treasurer; helped found Alpha Rho 
chapter, delegate to national con- 
vention of 1866 and many others; 
Sunday school specialist; m. Lillian 
Armil Utter. Address, 845 Church 
St., Rockford, 111. 

BROWN, A. Glen; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at Northwestern Uni- 
versity 1912; initiated by Illinois 
Psi-Omega chapter, Feb., 1909; Emi- 
nent archon of chapter; delegate 



national convention, 1912; delegate 
province Delta convention Chicago, 
1910; banker; cashier and director 
First National Bank of Dieterich, 
111.; director Farmers and Citizens 
Bank of Willisville, 111.; m. Marian 
Warner, Pi Beta Phi, April 9, 1913. 
Address, Dieterich, 111. 

BROWN, Ada May; national president 
of Delta Gamma; ed. University of 
Wisconsin, 1887; initiated by Omega 
chapter; president of the chapter; 
mem. of Alumni Association of Wisr 
consin; delegate to Chicago Greek 
Conference of 1913. Address, 25 E. 
Frederick St., Rhinelander, Wis. 

BROWN, Clyde; secretary and treas- 
urer of the Evanston Alumni As- 
sociation of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
ed. St. Stephen's College and North- 
western University, 1916; initiated 
by New York Sigma Phi chapter, 
March 28, 1912; affiliated with Illi- 
nois Psi-Omega; eminent corre- 
spondent of latter chapter; mem. of 
Seabury Society and Campus Play- 
ers of Northwestern University; 
contributed to the "Record" and "Phi 
Alpha" of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
mem. Evanston and Chicago Alumni 
Associations; mem. of finance and 
reception committee at Chicago 
national convention in 1914, clerk 
in office of eminent supreme recor- 
der; attended Chicago national con- 
vention in 1914. Address, 600 Davis 
St., Evanston, 111. 

BROWN, Francis; Alpha Delta Phi; 
ed. Dartmouth College, 1870; init- 
iated by Dartmouth chapter May, 
1867; president of the chapter; mem. 



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41 



of executive council; delegate to 
national convention at Bowdoin, 
1870; professor of theology and 
president of the faculty of Union 
Theological Seminary; m. Louise 
Reiss, 1879. Address, 80 Claremont 
Ave., New York City. 

BROWN, George; past supreme pres- 
ident; Xi Psi Phi; ed. at New York 
College of Dentistry, and University 
of Buffalo, 1898; initiated by Mu 
Chapter as honorary member; dele- 
gate and vice-president first reor- 
ganized Supreme Chapter, Buffalo, 
June, 1901; delegate annual conven- 
tion of Supreme Chapter Philadel- 
phia, 1902, Chicago, 1903; elected 
supreme president; chairman Ritual 
and Coat of Arms committee, 1901- 
1903; contributor to Xi Psi Phi 
"Quarterly"; mem. New York State 
Alumni Association of Xi Psi Phi; 
doctor of dental surgery; past pres- 
ident fourth district Dental Society 
of New York State; mem. New 
York State Dental Society, past 
president Upper Hudson Dental So- 
ciety; mem. F. A. M.; m. Elvira M. 
Werner, June 14, 1906. Address, 
suite 207, Glens Falls Insurance 
Bldg., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

BROWN, Hilton U.; Phi Delta Theta, 
Tau Kappa Alpha; ed. at Butler 
College, 1880; initiated by Indiana 
Gamma Chapter, 1874; national 
president two terms; mem. Indian- 
apclis Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to several national conventions ; 
general manager "Indianapolis 
News"; m. Jennie Hannah, Paris, 
111., 1883. Address, 6087 E. Wash- 
ington St., Indianapolis, Ind. 



BROWN, Orville Harry; Alpha Tau 
Omega; Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. 
Kansas State University and Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1901; initiated by 
Kans. Gamma Mu chapter of Alpha 
Tau Omega, 1901; presiding officer 
of the chapter; mem. Sigma Xi and 
Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary; mem. 
Kans., Chicago and St. Louis Uni- 
versity Alumni Associations; worthy 
grand scribe by appointment of Al- 
pha Tau Omega; physician; m. Mar- 
garet Paisley, 1907. Address, Hum- 
boldt Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

BROWN, Walter Reynolds; former 
secretary general council; Phi 
Delta Theta; ed. at University of 
Minnesota 1889, Law 1892; initiated 
by Minnesota Alpha chapter 1885; 
chapter president; secretary general 
council; president Zeta province; 
delegate numerous national conven- 
tions; attorney-at-law; traveled ex- 
tensively in Far East Orient; m. 
Jessie B. Tyler, April 19, 1893. Ad- 
dress, 610 New York Life Bldg., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

BROWNE, Howard S.; G. M. and G. 

S. of Kappa Sigma; Kappa Sigma, 
Phi Beta Pi, Phi Delta Chi; ed. at 
Oklahoma University A. B. 1911, Ph. 
C. 1912, M. S. 1913; initiated by 
Gamma -Kappa chapter of Kappa 
Sigma Jan. 14, 1907; G. M. of chap- 
ter; alumnus advisor of fraternity; 
assistant professor of Materla 
Medica, Oklahoma University; m. 
May Melvin, Kappa Alpha Omicron, 
June 28, 1911. Address, 711 Asp 
Ave., Norman, Okla. 
BRUMBACK, Orville Sanford; grand 



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trustee; Sigma Chi; ed. at Princeton 
University 1877, University of Michi- 
gan 1879; initiated by Theta Theta 
chapter 1873; consul of chapter; 
former grand consul; delegate sev- 
eral national conventions; mem. To- 
ledo Alumni Association; author of 
articles and songs; lawyer; mem. 
Masonic orders; m. Jennie C. Corey, 
Oct., 1881, Indianapolis, Ind. Ad- 
dress, 434 Spitze Bldg., Toledo, 
Ohio. 

BRUNGER, Emma; former grand 
treasurer of Delta Zeta; ed. Indiana 
University, 1911; initiated by Epsilon 
chapter, 1909; secretary of the chap- 
ter; president of Kappa Kappa Kappa; 
teacher of English. Address, 402 N. 
State St., Sullivan, Ind. 

BUCHANAN, Robert Earle; Delta Up- 
silon; ed. at Iowa State College 
1904; initiated by Iowa State chap- 
ter 1913; mem. Acacia, Gamma Al- 
pha, Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi 
Lambda Upsilon, Gamma Sigma 
Delta; mem. Iowa State Alumni 
Association ; chairman committee 
on fraternities, Iowa State College, 
professor of bacteriology, dean of 
division of industrial science, Iowa 
State College; m. Estelle D. Fogel, 
1911. Address, Station A., Ames, 
Iowa. 

BUCHANAN, Thomas Drysdale; for- 
mer grand president Phi Alpha Tau; 
ed. at New York Homeopathic Medi- 
cal College, 1897; initiated by Alpha 
chapter; one of the founders of 
Alpha and its vice-president; 
grand president (national) 1911; 
delegate national convention, 1914; 



chairman of committee to purchase 
a house; mem. New York Alumni 
chapter; author of songs and maga- 
zine articles; physician, specializ- 
ing in anaesthesia; m. Anna Marie 
Kuper, 1901. Address, 210 West 57th 
St., New York City. 

BUCHER, Carroll S.; recorder; Sigma 
Nu; ed. at Northwestern University 
and Washington University, 1905; 
initiated Gamma Beta chapter, Dec. 
1, 1900; mem. Gamma Omicron chap- 
ter; mem. Delta Chi; delegate na- 
tional convention Sigma Nu, Indian- 
apolis, 1910; mem. Salt Lake City 
Alumni Association; lawyer; four 
years attorney for the St. Louis and 
San Francisco Railroad for Eastern 
Oklahoma, at present attorney for 
Utah for the Denver and Salt Lake 
Railroad; mem. and past exalted 
ruler of Elks; mem. committee of 
three on State Associations of the 
grand lodge of Elks; m. Elisabeth 
C. Tooley, 1909. Address, 414 D. F. 
Walker Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

BUCK, Frederick William; Phi Kappa 
Psi; ed University of Minnesota, 
1909; initiated by Minn. Beta, 1905; 
presiding officer of the chapter; 
mem. Sigma Xi and Tau Beta Pi, 
honorary; mem. Duluth Alumni As- 
sociation; archon of fifth district of 
Phi Kappa Psi, 1909-1911; delegate 
to district convention of 1911 and 
to national conventions of 1908 and 
1910; real estate, loans and build- 
ing management; m. Gladys Gilbert, 
1913. Address, Torrey Bldg., Duluth, 
Minn. 

BUELL, Charles Edward; president 



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43 



of Alpha province of Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. Williams College, 1896; 
initiated by Mass. Alpha chapter, 
1892; treasurer of the chapter; 
mem. Williams Alumni Club of New 
York City; delegate to district con- 
vention of 1895; vice-president of 
Orange County Milk Association of 
New York City; m. Elinor Fife, Oct. 
31, 1902. Address, Shelburne Falls, 
Mass. 

BUGG, Clair Woodruff (Mrs. J. L.) ; 
secretary of the grand chapter of 
Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. State Normal 
School, 1905; initiated by Alpha 
chapter 1902; president of the 
chapter; grand secretary eight 
years; editor of the fraternity di- 
rectory; m. J. L. Bugg, Oct. 26, 1906. 
Address, 707 High St., Farmville, 
Va. 

BULL, Sleeter; vice-president; Alpha 
Gamma Rho, Sigma Xi, ed. at Ohio 
State College, 1910; initiated by 
Beta chapter, 1910; chapter chap- 
lain, national offices, editor, presi- 
dent, vice-president; delegate to na- 
tional convention, 1910, 1911, 1912, 
1913, 1914; contributor to "Sickle 
and Sheaf"; associate in animal nu- 
trition, University of Illinois; mem. 
Masonic order, Odd Fellows; m. 
Lucile Simmons, Delta Gamma, 1911. 
Address, 806 Michigan Ave., Urbana, 
111. 

BURD, Adelma H.; Alpha Omicron Pi; 
ed. New York University Law 
School, 1903; initiated by Nu chap- 
ter, 1901; secretary and treasurer 
of the chapter; editor and publisher 
of the Alpha Omicron Pi song book; 



mem. Hunter College and New York 
University Law School Alumni As- 
sociatons; national grand presi- 
dent; delegate to two national con- 
ventions; mem. of the State of New 
York and the United States Su- 
preme Court. Address, 27 Cedar 
St., New York City. 

BURD, Henry Alfred; Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon; ed. Illinois Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1910; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, Oct. 19, 1907; president of 
the chapter; organized Gamma 
chapter at University of Illinois; 
professor of English in Hiram Col- 
lege, Hiram, Ohio, 1912-1914; fellow 
University of Illinois, 1914; author 
of several magazine articles; m. 
Jennie E. Heckerson, Dec. 25, 1912. 
Address, 808 W. Stoughton St., 
Urbana, 111. 

BURDETTE, Mrs. Clara Bradley; one 
of the founders of Alpha Phi; ed. 
Syracuse University, 1876; initiated 
by Alpha chapter; presiding officer 
of the chapter; mem. Association of 
Collegiate Alumni; educator, writer, 
lecturer, philanthropist; mem. of 
National Academy of Social Service; 
m. Robert J. Burdette, March 28, 
1899. Address, 891 Orange Grove 
Boulevard, Pasadena, Calif. 

BURDICK, Francis Marlon; trustee; 
Delta Upsilon; ed. at Hamilton Col- 
lege 1869; initiated by Hamilton 
chapter, Sept., 1865; chapter presi- 
dent; delegate national convention 
Rutgers, 1867; contributor to maga- 
zine; lawyer; mayor of Utica; pro- 
fessor of law at Hamilton, Cornell 
and Columbia; m. Sarah N. Kellogg, 



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LEADING GREEKS 



June 8, 1875. Address, Columbia 
University, New York City. 

BURNHAM, Emily Hudson Bright 
( Mrs. A. C. ) ; former grand presi- 
dent of Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. 
at Boston University, 1890; init- 
iated by Phi chapter, 1886; presi- 
dent of the chapter; mem. Boston 
Alumnae Association of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; president ex-officio 
of Eastern province; delegate to 
council sessions of 1891-1893; busi- 
ness manager of the "Key" of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, 1887; grand secre- 
tary, 1888-1892; grand president, 
1892-1894; compiled first catalogue; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1890, 1892 and 1894 as national of- 
ficer; m. Addison C. Burnham, Dec. 
28, 1893. Address, 15 Bracebridge 
Rd., Newton Center, Mass. 

BURNLEY, Hardin Temple; former 
editor "Journal," Kappa Alpha 
(southern) ; ed. at Richmond (Va.) 
College, 1891, University of Virginia, 
1896; initiated by Eta chapter, 1887; 
affiliate Lambda chapter; I of chap- 
ter; editor Kappa Alpha "Journal," 
1903-1909; compiled first song book; 
established Richmond (Va.) Alumni 
chapter; delegate national conven- 
tions 1893, 1901, 1903, 1905, 1907; 
manager Kerr Dry Goods Co. Ad- 
dress, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

BURR, Borden; grand counsellor of 
Sigma Nu; ed. University of Ala- 
bama, 1896, and Washington and 
Lee University, LL. B., 1898; initi- 
ated by Theta chapter, Sept., 1894; 
affiliated with Lambda chapter; 
commander of the chapter; district 



inspector and delegate to several 
district conventions; chairman of 
judiciary court; delegate to national 
conventions of 1898 at Atlanta, 1901 
at New Orleans, 1913 at Atlanta; 
lawyer, deputy of Alabama district 
of B. P. O. E.; m. Masie Camp, 1901; 
Nell Forman, 1907. Address, 1016 
Crescent Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 

BURR ELL, Percy Jewett; former su- 
preme president of Phi Mu Alpha; 
Beta Theta Pi, Phi Mu Alpha; ed. 
at Boston University 1902, New 
England Conservatory of Music 
1896; initiated by Upsilon chapter 
of Beta Theta Pi Nov. 1898, by Al- 
pha chapter of Phi Mu Alpha; chap- 
ter president Phi Mu Alpha; author 
two musical comedies; contributor 
to magazine; one of the organizers 
of Phi Mu Alpha; national offices, 
supreme historian, supreme presi- 
dent Phi Mu Alpha; delegate na- 
tional convention Phi Mu Alpha, 
1904; manager of "The Players"; 
trustee New England Conservatory 
of Music; producer of the "World" 
religious pageant in Cincinnati, Bos- 
ton, Baltimore and Chicago. Ad- 
dress, 64 Chestnut St., Cambridge, 
Mass. 

BURTON, Mary Agnes; grand secre- 
tary of Delta Gamma; ed. University 
of Michigan, 1899; initiated by Xi 
chapter, 1894; president of the chap- 
ter; mem. Xi Alumnae Association; 
librarian. Address, 27 Brainard 
St., Detroit, Mich. 

BURTON-OPITZ, Russell; former 
president Alpha Omega Alpha; Sig- 
ma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu,. Sigma Xi, 



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45 



Alpha Omega Alpha; ed. at Univer- 
sity of Chicago 1897, Columbia Uni- 
versity 1907; initiated by Omicron 
Omicron chapter of Sigma Chi, by 
Iota chapter of Nu Sigma Nu, by 
New York Delta chapter of Alpha 
Omega Alpha; honorary national 
secretary Nu Sigma Mu; president 
and trustee Apha Omega Alpha; 
contributor to Sigma Chi "Quarter- 
ly"; professor Columbia University; 
Thirty-Second Degree Mason; m. 
Jeanette Jonassen, New York, 1909. 
Address, 437 W. 59th St., New York 
City. 

BUSH, George B.; member governing 
body; Delta Chi, Phi Alpha Tau 
(honorary debating) ; ed. at Leland 
Stanford Jr. University, 1911; ini- 
tiated by Stanford chapter, 1909; 
mem. Los Angeles Alumni chapter; 
promoter and organizer Stanford 
chapter house building association; 
first permanent chairman on chapter 
House Commission to encourage 
chapters in house building; first 
General Counsel to chapters; dele- 
gate Inter-fraternity Conference, 
served on auditing and credentials 
committees ; counsellor and attorney- 
at-law; prominent in famous suits 
testing validity of President's with- 
drawal of 3,000,000 acres valuable 
oil lands. Address, First National 
Bank Bldg., Riverside, Calif. 

BUSWELL, Arthur Moses; grand 
alumnus; Alpha Xi Sigma, Sigma 
Xi, Phi Lambda Upsilo'n; ed. at 
University of Minnesota, 1910; ini- 
tiated by Beta chapter of Alpha Xi 
Sigma, May, 1908; chapter reporter; 
mem. New York Alumni chapter; 



delegate national conventions, 1910, 
1914; instructor in sanitary analysis, 
Columbia University; m. Helen 
Stobie, July 8, 1912. Address, 
Lakeview Ave., Leonia, N. J. 

BUTLER, Wolcott H.; president of 
Gamma Deuteron Association of 
Theta Delta Chi for 16 years; ed. 
University of Michigan, 1891; init- 
iated by Gamma Deuteron chapter, 
1889; charter member; recording sec- 
retary of the chapter; delegate to 
national convention at New York 
City in 1891; attorney and real estate 
broker; mem. Masons, Knights 
Templars, Elks, Foresters, Wood- 
men; m. Mabel Lewis, 1894. Ad- 
dress, National Bank Bldg., Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 

BUTMAN, Carl Hawes; president of 
Southern Division of Delta Tau Del- 
ta; ed. Dartmouth College, Cornell 
and George Washington Universi- 
ties, 1910; initiated by Gamma Gam- 
ma chapter, Dec. 14, 1915; affiliated 
with Beta Omicron and Gamma Eta 
chapters; vice-president of George 
Washington chapter; mem. Pyramid 
Club, honorary; contributed to the 
fraternity magazine and edited the 
"Dixie Delta," Southern Division 
publication; secretary and treasurer 
of the Washington Alumni chapter; 
delegate to Nashville national con- 
vention of 1910; journalist; assist- 
ant editor, Smithsonian Institution; 
press agent for National Press Club. 
Address, Smithsonian Institution, 
1903 N. St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

BUTTERFIELD, Emily Helen; found- 
er of Alpha Gamma Delta; ed. 
Syracuse University, 1907; ini- 



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LEADING GREEKS 



dated by Alpha chapter; correspond- 
ing secretary of the chapter; con- 
tributed to fraternity magazine and 
wrote one fraternity song; designer 
oif fraternity coat of arms; delegate 
to first national convention in 1907; 
president of Business Woman's Club 
of Detroit. Address, office, 614 
Stevens Bldg., Detroit, Mich.; resi- 
dence, 109 Avalon Ave., Highland 
Park, Mich. 

BUTTERFIELD, Judith Grigsby; na- 
tional historian of Sigma Iota Chi; 
ed. Ward Seminary, 1905; initiated 
by Gamma chapter, 1903; president 
of the chapter; contributed to the 
fraternity magazine; mem. Alpha 
Gamma Alumnae Association; na- 
tional vice-president, president, his- 
torian and editor; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Nashville twice 
and Memphis, Tenn.; m. D. H. But- 
terfleld, June, 1913. Address, 1909 
Broadway, Nashville, Tenn. 

BUWALDA, John P.; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at University of California 
1912; initiated by Washington Alpha 
chapter, Sept., 1906; affiliated with 
California Beta; eminent archon 
two terms of California Beta, 
1912-1913; mem. Sigma Xi, The- 
ta Tau and Beta Kappa Al- 
pha, honorary, chairman of Inter- 
fraternity Conference at University 
of California, 1914; vice-president of 
province 1912-1913; delegate to two 
district conventions; graduate stu- 
dent, candidate for Ph. D. degree in 
geology, 1915. Address, 2519 Ridge 
Road, Berkeley, Calif. 

BYNUM, Suzanne; former province 
president; Phi Mu; ed. at St. Mary's 



College, Raleigh, N. C., 1907; a 
chapter officer; delegate national 
convention Norfolk, Va., 1907; con- 
tributor of songs and magazine arti- 
cles; active in secret work of the 
fraternity. Address, 12 Travis Ave., 
Charlotte, N. C. 

BYRNE, Lloyd R.; alumnus; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; ed. at University of Arkan- 
sas, 1905; initiated by Alpha Zeta 
chapter Nov. 19, 1904; chapter ex- 
ecutive; mem. Mu alumni chapter 
Fort Smith, Ark.; district chief five 
years; editor and author of the 
Manual of Pi Kappa Alpha; dele- 
gate national convention 1909, 1911, 
1913; cashier Merchants and Farm- 
er's Bank. Address, Dumas, Ark. 

BYRNES, Ralph L.; mem. Pi Kappa 
Alpha; ed. University of Utah, 1902, 
1906; B. S., M. S., M. D.; initiated 
by Pi chapter of Phi Beta Pi, 1905, 
and Alpha Tau chapter of Pi Kappa 
Alpha, 1912; vice-archon of chap- 
ter; mem. of Utah State Alumni As- 
sociation; western praetor of Phi 
Beta Pi; contributor to "Phi Beta Pi 
Quarterly" and "Shield and Dia- 
mond" of Pi Kappa Alpha; phy- 
sician, professor of bacteriology and 
pathology, state bacteriologist; mem. 
Masonic order, A. F. & A. M., R. A. 
M., K. T., A. A. S. R., 32nd degree, 
Shriner; m. Miss Edith Merritt, 1908, 
Delta Delta Delta. Address, Box 1814. 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 

C 

CADY, Mrs. Myra McPherson Post; 
former grand president; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; ed. at University of 
Michigan 1895; initiated by Eta 



LEADING GREEKS 



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chapter 1893; chapter editor; mem. 
Detroit Alumni Association and 
first president; Eta Alumna repre- 
sentative for local Pan-Hellenic; 
grand president 1899-1901; district 
president 1895-1899; contributor to 
magazine; mem. first board of di- 
rectors and second president of Col- 
lege Club of Detroit; m. William B. 
Cady, Beta Theta Pi 1904. Address, 
177 Seyburn Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

CADY, William Byron; Beta Theta Pi; 
ed. at University of Michigan 1882- 
initiated by Lambda chapter 1877; 
all chapter offices; lawyer; mem. 
Masonic, Fifteenth Degree, K. T.; m. 
Myra Post, 1904. Address, 904 
Union Trust Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

CAM ILL, Carl Martin; treasurer Chi- 
cago Auxiliary; Delta Sigma Delta; 
Phi Chi; ed. at Chicago College of 
Dental Surgery 1902; initiated by 
Beta chapter 1900; chapter treas- 
urer; mem. board of trustees Phi 
Chi; mem. council of deputies Delta 
Sigma Delta; deputy supreme grand 
master Beta chapter; contributor to 
magazine; delegate to national con- 
vention, Seattle, 1909; dentist. Ad- 
dress, 1553 Madison St., Chicago, 111. 

CALHOUN, Henrietta Anne; former 
associate editor "Eleusis"; Chi 
Omega, Alpha Epsilon Iota; ed. at 
University of Illinois, Univer- 
sity of Michigan; initiated by 
Omicron Eta chapter, Chi Omega 
May, 1900; by Alpha chapter Al- 
pha Epsilon Iota; high priestess 
of chapter, Alpha Epsilon Iota; 
G. K. A. of chapter, Chi Omega 
delegate to national conven- 



tion Chi Omega, St. Louis, 1903; 
delegate grand chapter Alpha Epsi- 
lon Iota, Minneapolis, 1909; editor 
and contributor "Eleusis"; assistant 
in neuropathology, University of 
Michigan, formerly head of science 
department Columbia college, Co- 
lumbia, S. C. Address, 520 E. Ann 
St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

CALLAHAN, E. Ruth; grand secre- 
tary, Sigma Sigma Sigma; ed. at 
Buffalo State Normal, 1908; initiated 
by Zeta chapter 1911; chapter 
president; organized Zeta Sigma 
Alumnae at Buffalo; contributor to 
Triangle; teacher in public school; 
executive board of the Teachers' 
Educational League of Buffalo; 
mem. Y. M. C. A. and Buffalo School 
Arts League. Address, 22 Anderson 
Place, Buffalo, N. Y. 

CAMERON, Janet Grey; chairman of 
the 1916 convention of Delta Zeta; 
ed. University of Nebraska, 1911; 
initiated by Zeta chapter, 1909; 
president of the chapter; con- 
tributed to fraternity magazine; 
mem. class of 1911 Alumni Associa- 
tion, Association of Collegiate Alum- 
nae, Delta Zeta Alumnae Associa- 
tion of Lincoln, Nebr.; delegate to 
national convention of June 1910; 
delegate to Inter-sorority Council; 
teacher in Lincoln, Nebr.; Address, 
2910 O St., Lincoln, Nebr. 

CAMPBELL, Mabel Verne; Sigma 
Kappa; ed. Iowa State College 1905, 
B. D. S. 1908; Illinois Wesleyan 
1913; patroness of Eta chapter and 
initiated as a member, Dec. 14, 1912; 
mem. Boston Alumnae chapter; 



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LEADING GREEKS 



head Home Economics department 
Rhode Island State College, formerly 
head same department Illinois 
Wesleyan University; formerly in- 
structor Home Economics at Iowa 
State College. Address, Rhode Is- 
land State College, Kingston, R. I. 

CAMPBELL, Ruffner; president .of 
second province of Phi Delta Phi, 
mem. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ed. 
Davidson College 1910; and Wash- 
ington and Lee University, 1913; 
initiated by N. C. Theta chapter of 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jan., 1908, and 
by Tucker chapter of Phi Delta Phi 
May, 1911; eminent recorder of 
former chapter and scriptor of lat- 
ter chapter; delegate to national 
conventions of Phi Delta Phi Dec., 
1911, at Cincinnati; attorney for 
Wells, Swan & Campbell. Ar- 
dress, 6 Pearson Drive, Asheville, 
N. C. 

CANBY, Mrs. Mary Dechert Griffith; 
former grand president; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; ed. at University 
of Pennsylvania 1895; initiated by 
Beta Alpha chapter 1892; mem. 
Philadelphia Alumni Association; 
grand president 1906-1908; grand 
secretary 1902-1906; delegate na- 
tional convention Cornell University 
1894; delegate national Pan-Hellenic 
Chicago 1907; teacher Philadelphia 
High School for girls 1894-1903, in 
Philadelphia Commercial High 
School 1903-1907; m. William War- 
ren Canby 1907. Address, Grants 
Pass, Oregon. 

CANDLER, John Slaughter; ex- 
knight commander of Kappa Alpha, 



Southern, ed. Emory College, 1880; 
initiated by Epsilon chapter, 1877; 
corresponding secretary of the 
chapter; grand historian, 1881, 
knight commander, 1882-1885; dele- 
gate to national convention at At- 
lanta, 1881; organized Nu, Phi, Psi, 
Omicron and Mu chapters. Candler 
province named for him; lawyer, 
held offices of soliciter general, 
1886-1896, judge superior courts, 
1896-1902, associate justice superior 
courts, 1902-1906, colonel 3rd regi- 
ment volunteer army in war with 
Spain, judge advocate general of Na- 
tional Guard of Georgia, 1885-1893; 
president general Municipal Council 
of the City of Atlanta, 1911-1914; 
mem. Knights of Pythias, Odd Fel- 
lows, Red Men and Elks. Address, 
902 Candler Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

CANNON, Walter Bradford; vice- 
chairman board of directors of Al- 
pha Omega Alpha; mem. Phi Rho 
Sigma ; ed. Harvard Medical School, 
1900; initiated by Mass. Alpha chap- 
ter of Alpha Omega Alpha, 1905; 
mem. Phi Beta Kappa; chairman of 
extension committee, national associ- 
ate primarius; delegate to national 
conventions; professor of physiology 
at Harvard Medical School; m. 
Cornelia James, June 25, 1901. Ad- 
dress office, Harvard Medical School, 
Boston, Mass., res. 2 Divinity Ave., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

CAPELLE, George S.; trustee of Delta 
Upsilon until 1914; ed. University of 
Pittsburgh, 1901; initiated in 1898; 
secretary of chapter; president of 
Philadelphia Delta Upsilon Club; 



LEADING GREEKS 



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delegate to several national conven- 
tions; secretary Pennsylvania Delta 
Upsilon Association; broker; m. 
Josephine Harvey, 1902. Address, 
1321 Gilpin Ave., Wilmington, Del. 

CARLSON, Alexander S.; national 
vice-president; Delta Chi; ed. at 
Syracuse University 1906; initiated 
by Syracuse chapter 1903; chapter 
president; president Syracuse Alum- 
ni chapter; "BB" national vice- 
president; delegate to national con- 
vention 1906, 1907, 1909, 1910, 1911, 
1913; lawyer, firm of Noxthrup, 
Tooks, Lynch and Carlson. Ad- 
dress, 32 Syracuse Savings Bank 
Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. 

CARLSON, Robert C.; former pres- 
ident of Evanston Alumni Associa- 
tion; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ed. 
Northwestern University, 1913; 
initiated by Illinois Psi-Omega, 
April, 1910; eminent archon of the 
chapter; assistant secretary of col- 
lege Y. M. C. A. at Northwestern 
University. Address, 113 So. Oxford 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CARMICHAEL, George Edgar; editor 
"Songs of Kappa Sigma," Kappa 
Sigma; ed. at Bowdoin College, 1897; 
initiated by Alpha Rho chapter, 
1895; chapter grand treasurer; 
mem. Alumni associations of New 
York and Boston; song book editor; 
head-master Brunswick; School, 
Greenwich, Conn.; m. Helen Ger- 
trude Fox, 1912. Address, 46 Lexing- 
ton Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 

CARMODY, John Doyle; member 
Board of Tribunes; Phi Alpha Delta; 
ed. at Georgetown University, 1911; 



initiated by Taft chapter Mar. 17, 
1908; delegate District of Columbia 
alumni chapter; supreme treasurer, 
1909-10; supreme justice, 1910-12; in- 
spected all chapters of Phi Alpha 
Delta; delegate national convention 
1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914; 
contributor to "Quarterly"; dele- 
gate Pan-Hellenic, Washington, 
D. C., 1910; attorney-at-law; major 
and aid-de-camp to the Governor of 
Minnesota. Address, 1211 Vermont 
Ave., Washington, D. C. 

CARPENTER, Archibald Dixon; Phi 
Alpha Gamma; ed. University of 
Michigan, 1907; initiated by Kappa 
chapter, 1899; grand president of 
national organization; physician and 
surgeon; m. Mary C. Craig, 1907. 
Address, 346 Pennsylvania St., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

CARPENTER, Edith Louise; chair- 
man examination committee; Pi 
Beta Phi; ed. at University of Ver- 
mont, 1900; initiated by Vermont 
Beta chapter, Nov. 24, 1898; chapter 
president; mem. Rhode Island 
Alumnae Club; contributor to maga- 
zine; visitor Swarthmore Conven- 
tion; stenographer; mem. O. E. S. 
Past Matron. Address, Peace Dale, 
R. I. 

CARPENTER, KatheHne Bailey; sec- 
retary of the Twin City Alumnae 
chapter; of Kappa Alpha Theta; ed. 
University of Minnesota, 1909; initi- 
ated by Upsilon chapter, 1901; 
elected president of the chapter but 
did not serve; two years treasurer, 
two years secretary and one year 
president of the alumnae chapter; 



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LEADING GREEKS 



delegate to national conventions; m. 
Paul D. Carpenter, 1909. Address, 
612 East 25th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

CARPENTER, Ruth Haynes; grand 
president of Kappa Alpha Theta; 
ed. University of Minnesota, 1906; 
initiated by Upsilon chapter, October, 
1902; president of the chapter; 
mem. Senior Inter-fraternity Greeks; 
contributed to fraternity magazine; 
president of Minnesota Kappa Alpha 
Theta Alumnae Association which 
bought Upsilon's house; mem. Twin 
City Alumnae Association; district 
president, 1911-1913; grand presi- 
dent, 1913-1915; delegate to national 
convention in 1911; visiting dele- 
gate to Chicago Pan-Hellenic Con- 
gress, October, 1913; m. L. F. Car- 
penter, Dec. 2, 1908. Address, 828 
University Ave. S. E., Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

CARROLL, John DeLorme; grand 
president; Pi Kappa Phi; ed. at 
Wake Forest College, 1909; Univer- 
sity of South Carolina, 1911; initi- 
ated by South Carolina Sigma chap- 
ter, November, 1910; chapter secre- 
tary; mem. Columbia Alumni chap- 
ter; prepared coat-of-arms and mem- 
bership certificates; instituting of- 
ficer North Carolina Epsilon, David- 
son College; grand secretary; grand 
president; delegate to national con- 
vention, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914; head 
J. D. Carroll & Co., Real Estate 
and Insurance; mem. B. P. O. E. 
Address, Columbia, S. C. 

CARROLL, Merton Alfred; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. at Northwestern 
University, 1912; initiated by Illi- 



nois Psi Omega chapter, 1909; mem. 
Evanston Alumni Association; dele- 
gate province convention, 1910; visi- 
tor national convention, Kansas 
City, 1910; fraternity clerk in office 
of historian of S.A.E., 1910. Address, 
Benton Harbor, Mich. 

CARTER, E. Kemper; former district 
president; Kappa Alpha; ed. at Wil- 
liam Jewell College, University of 
Missouri, 1906; initiated by Alpha 
Delta chapter, 1903; affiliated Alpha 
Kappa chapter, 1912; mem. Kansas 
City Alumni Association; president 
district of Missouri, 1911; delegate 
national convention, Norfolk, Va., 
1907; delegate district conventions, 
1909, 1910, 1911; city engineer and 
superintendent water works. Ad- 
dress, Liberty, Mo. 

CARTER, John Battle; original found- 
er; Chi Zeta Chi; ed. at University 
of Georgia; founder of Alpha chap- 
ter; contributor to Chi Zeta Chi 
"Record"; physician; Emanuel 
County, Georgia, health officer; 
mem. Masons, W. O. W., I. O. O. F.; 
m. Nell L. Farris, Sept. 21, 1905. 
Address, Blundale, Ga. 

CARVER, Mary Caffrey Low; founder 
of Sigma Kappa; ed. Colby College, 
Waterville, Me., 1875; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, 1874; president of the 
chapter; contributed to fraternity 
magazine; mem. Boston Alumnae 
Association of Sigma Kappa and ad- 
dressed 25th anniversary meeting; 
cataloguer for 20 years in Maine 
State Library; m. Leonard D wight 
Carver, 1877. Address, 26 Gurney 
St., Cambridge, Mass. 



LEADING GREEKS 



51 



CARWITHER, Van Court; national 
president of Alpha Chi Rho; ed. 
University of Pennsylvania, 1907; 
initiated by Phi Phi chapter, Dec. 
5, 1905; president of the chapter; 
mem. University of Pennsylvania 
Alumni Club; chairman of board of 
trustees of Phi Phi chapter; presi- 
dent of Phi Phi Club of Alpha Chi 
Rho; delegate to national conven- 
tions yearly from 1906 to 1914 ; cot- 
ton yarn merchant; m. Henrietta C. 
Parvin, Dec. 8, 1910. Address, 300 
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; resi- 
dence, Merion Station, Penn. 

GARY, SAMUEL BEVERLY; former 
grand treasurer Pi Mu; Kappa 
Sigma; Pi Mu; ed. at William and 
Mary's College, 1908, and Medical 
College of Virginia, 1912; initiated 
by Nu chapter of Kappa Sigma, 
1907; by Beta Gamma chapter of 
Pi Mu, 1908; physician; specialist 
G. U. surgery. Address, 301 E. 
Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 

CASE, Mrs. Octa E. Wise; Delta Delta 
Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota (profes- 
sional music sorority) ed. at Adrian 
College, 1877; initiated by Gamma 
chapter, March, 1895; professional 
musician; m. Leland B. Case, June 
24, 1897. Address, 155 Boston Blvd., 
Detroit, Mich. 

CASKEY, George Alexander, Inspector 
of Division IV; Sigma Nu; ed. Ohio 
State University, 1902; initiated by 
Beta Nu chapter, 1898; chapter treas- 
urer; mem. Columbus Alumni chap- 
ter; district offices, president, secre- 
tary, treasurer; national offices, in- 
spector; delegate district conven- 



tion, 1906, 1908; delegate national 
convention, 1899, 1906, 1908, 1910, 
1912; president and general man- 
ager the Kossman Dye Co.; mem. P. 
and A. M., Achbar Grotto, B. P. O. 
E.; president Ohio State Dyers and 
Cleaners Association. Address, 68 E. 
Broad St., Columbus, Ohio. 

CASSADY, Edward Michael Jr.; In- 
spector of Division VI; Sigma Nu; 
ed. at State University of Iowa and 
Iowa State College; initiated by 
Beta Mu chapter, 1905; affiliate 
Gamma Sigma chapter; mem. Alpha 
Zeta, Acacia; delegate district con- 
vention, 1906, 1908, 1910; delegate 
national convention, Indianapolis, 
1910; former district vice-president; 
national office; inspector; assistant 
cashier Whiting Bank. Address, 
Whiting, la. 

CATTELL, James McKeen; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Xi and Phi 
Beta Kappa; ed. Lafayette Univer- 
sity, A. B., 1880; Johns Hopkins, 
Leipzig, Ph. D., 1887; Cambridge 
University, LL. D.; chapter presi- 
dent; mem. Lafayette, Johns Hop- 
kins and Columbia University 
Alumni Associations; national presi- 
dent of Sigma Xi, 1913-1915; dele- 
gate to national conventions of Delta 
Kappa Epsilon and Sigma Xi; pro- 
fessor of psychology, Columbia Uni- 
versity; editor of "Science," "Popu- 
lar Science Monthly," "School and 
Society," "American Naturalist"; m. 
Josephine Owen, 1888. Address, Gar- 
rison-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

CHAFFEE, Spicie Belle South; Alpha 
Chi Omega; ed. New England Con- 



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LEADING GREEKS 



servatory of Music, 1900; initiated 
by Zeta chapter, 1899; president of 
the chapter, 1900; contributed to the 
"Lyre" of Alpha Chi Omega and 
wrote one song; mem. Peoria Pan- 
Hellenic; grand vice-president, 1901; 
delegate to national conventions at 
Boston, Mass., 1900, and Evanston, 
111., 1901; director of children's de- 
partment Peoria Musical College, 
Peoria, 111.; mem. Amateur Musical 
Club and W. C. T. U.; m. Dudley 
Chase Chaffee, Delta Upsilon, June 
23, 1909. Address, 202 Melbourne 
Ave., Peoria, 111. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul Mellen; Delta 
Tau Delta; ed. Michigan Agricul- 
tural College, B. S., 1888, and Cor- 
nell University, M. E., 1890.; initi- 
ated by Iota chapter, 1886, affiliated 
with Beta Omlcron chapter, presid- 
ing officer of the chapter; co-founder 
of Beta Omicron chapter; mem. Tau 
Beta Pi, honorary; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Cleveland, 1888, 
and Allendale, 1889; mechanical con- 
sulting engineer; inventor of the 
curved glass blue print machine and 
of metal dynamograph; author of 
"Notes on Mechanical Drawing In- 
troductory to Machine Designing"; 
mem. P. and A. M.; m. Olivia Lang- 
don Woodward, April 23, 1891. Ad- 
dress, 427 Diversey Parkway, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

CHAMBERLIN, William Fosdick; his- 
torian; Phi Gamma Delta; ed. at 
Dennison College, 1893; initiated by 
Lambda Deuteron chapter, 1888; 
mem. Alpha Delta Tau; chapter 
president; mem. Dayton Alumni 



chapter; editor "Songs of Phi Gam- 
ma Delta," edition 1908; district 
office, section chief; national offices, 
president, historian; delegate to 
numerous district conventions and 
all the national conventions since 
1890; general agent of Travelers' In- 
surance Co.; mem. Masons; m. Min- 
nie Hannah, Gamma Phi, 1895. Ad- 
dress, 910 Schwina Bldg., Dayton, 
Ohio. 

CHAMBERS, Charles Carroll; field 
secretary of Phi Gamma Delta; 
mem. Sigma Delta Chi; ed. at the 
University of Wisconsin, 1912; ini- 
tiated by Mu chapter, April 17, 1909; 
president of chapter; mem. Pitts- 
burgh Graduate chapter; mem. Phi 
Gamma Delta Club of New York; 
delegate to national conventions, 
1911, 1912, 1913; delegate to 
district conventions 1910, 1911, 
1912; chapter correspondent; edi- 
tor of "Phi Gamma Delta," 
1911-12, 1912-13; secretary Section 
11, 1911-12; delegate to Chicago 
Greek conference, 1913; delegate to 
inter-fraternity conference, Novem- 
ber, 1913; alternate, 1914; mem. 
Permanent Extension committee, 
1912-13. Address, 1411 Common- 
wealth Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

CHANDLER, Albert B.; editor Phi 
Delta Phi; ed. Washington Uni- 
versity, college 1900, law 1904; ini- 
tiated by Cooley chapter, 1902; was 
organizer of Hatchet Club, which 
later became Beta Theta Pi; chap- 
ter secretary; national offices, mem. 
council, editor, 1907 to date; dele- 
gate national convention, 1904, 1907, 



LEADING GREEKS 



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1908, 1909, 1911, 1913; delegate to 
interfraternity convention Chicago, 
1913, that founded the College Fra- 
ternity Reference Bureau; lawyer; 
law dept. World's Fair Corporation, 
St. Louis, 1904; city attorney, Kirk- 
wood, Mo., 1905-8; chairman County 
Central Committee Progressive 
Party, St. Louis County, 1912-14; 
counsel before Supreme Court of 
Missouri in putting progressive 
ticket on the ballot; contributor to 
magazines; m. Harriet Hunt Whyte, 
1906. Address, 408 Olive St., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

CHANDLER, George Moseley; mem. 
board of trustees, 1912, of Beta The- 
ta Pi; ed. University of Michigan, 
1898; contributed to fraternity mag- 
azine; life mem. University of Mich- 
igan Alumni Association; district 
chief, 1909-1912; keeper of the rolls, 
1899-1905; delegate to Chicago 
Greek Conference of 1913; architect 
with firm of Riddle & Riddle. Ad- 
dress, 1957 Peoples Gas Bldg., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

CHANDLER, Walter Clift; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. at University of 
Tennessee, LL. B., 1909; initiated 
by Tennessee Kappa chapter, Oct. 
14, 1907; eminent recorder of chap- 
ter; president Memphis Alumni As- 
sociation; contributor to "Record"; 
lawyer, firm of Marsilliot and Chan- 
die/; Mason, Knight Templar. Ad- 
dress, 1230 Exchange Bldg., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

CHAPPIUS, Arthur Charles; chapter 
house commissioner of Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. Tulane University, 1907; 



initiated by Louisiana Alpha, 1905; 
president of the chapter; mem. New 
Orleans Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1906, 
1908, 1910, 1912; attorney at law; 
m. Lucille Edith Crippen, Dec. 21, 
1910. Address, 409 Weiss Bldg., 
New Orleans, La. 

CHASE, Leon Wilson; M. E. and A. E. 

secretary and president of the su- 
preme council of Sigma Tau; ed. 
University of Nebraska, 1904; ini- 
tiated by Alpha chapter; charter 
mem.; treasurer of the chapter; 
mem. Alpha Zeta; mem. University 
of Nebraska Alumni Association; 
professor of agricultural engineer- 
ing; m. Susan Barnhat. Address, 
1245 No. 33rd St., Lincoln, Nebr. 

CHASE, Orllff Van Helk; president of 
chapter alumnj, and secretary of 
Boston Alumni chapter of Delta Tau 
Delta; ed. Wesleyan University, 
1908; initiated by Gamma Eta chap- 
ter, Oct., 1904; chapter adviser; 
architect for Delta Tau Delta houses 
at Dartmouth, Tufts and Wesleyan 
Colleges and University; delegate 
to national convention at Chicago, 
1907; architect with Shipley, Rutan 
and Coolidge. Address, 122 Ames 
Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

CHASE, William Sheafe; Delta Up- 
silon; ed. Brown University, 1881; 
initiated by Brown chapter, 1877; 
president of the chapter; editor-in- 
chief of the quinquennial catalogue 
of Delta Upsilon, 1884; delegate to 
national conventions of 1879; prin- 
cipal of Bristol, R. I., High School, 
1881-1883; student Episcopal Theo- 



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logical School, 1883-1885; ordained 
Episcopal deacon, 1885; assistant at 
Emanuel Church, Boston, 1885; rec- 
tor of St. James Church, Woon- 
socket, R. I., 1885-1902; special 
preacher and chaplain at St. Paul's 
School, Garden City, Long Island, 
1902-1905; rector Christ's Church, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1905; m. Fannie 
Louise Jackson, April 27, 1914. Ad- 
dress, 481 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

CHENEY, Almira L.; Alpha Xi Delta; 
ed. Lombard College, 1896; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, April 17, 1893, one 
of ten founders; wrote one song and 
contributed to fraternity magazine; 
visitor at national convention of 
Oct., 1913; minister of the Gospel; 
pastor of First Universalist Church 
at Abingdon, 111. Address, Abing- 
don, 111. 

CHENEY, Orion Howard; national 
treasurer of the inter-fraternity con- 
ference; national president of Phi 
Gamma Delta; ed. N. Y. University, 
Michigan University, 1897; initiated 
by Nu-Epsilon chapter, 1895; presi- 
dent of Phi Delta Phi Club for two 
years; section chief for three years 
of Phi Gamma Delta; mem. board of 
archons for seven years; delegate to 
national conventions for last twelve 
years; delegate to every inter-fra- 
ternity conference; mem. of execu- 
tive committee of the same; treas- 
urer for four years; appointed state 
superintendent of banks of New 
York in 1909 by Governor Hughes; 
now president of Pacific Bank;* m. 



Margaret Danforth, 1909. Address, 
78 Madison Ave., New York City. 

CHENEY, Roy R.; Tau Kappa Epsi- 
lon; mem. Phi Delta Phi; ed. Illi- 
nois Wesleyan University, 1910; in- 
itiated by Alpha chapter of Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, Oct. 12, 1906; mem. 
Bloomington Alumni Association; 
grand hypophetes and grand cry- 
sophylos (treasurer) ; cashier of Cit- 
izens Bank, Saybrook, 111. Address, 
Saybrook, 111. 

CHILES, Henry Clay; commander of 
P. B. Hamer Province of Kappa 
Alpha, Southern; ed. William Jewell 
College, A. B. 1907, A. M., 1914; 
LL. B. Harvard, 1910; initiated by 
Alpha Delta chapter, Sept., 1903; 
"I", presiding officer of the chapter; 
mem. Tau Kappa Alpha, honorary; 
chairman of song book committee, 
1910; president of Boston Alumni 
chapter, 1909; assisted in founding 
Beta Theta chapter, 1906, and Beta 
Iota chapter, 1907; president of 
Missouri State Association, 1906; 
delegate to many district conven- 
tions and to national conventions of 
1905, 1907, 1909 and 1913; lawyer; 
elected public administrator of La- 
fayette County, Mo., 1912. Address, 
Savings Bank Bldg., Lexington, Mo. 

CHRISTIAN V/ilmer; national treas- 
urer; Phi Gamma Delta; ed. Wa- 
bash College, 1892; Medical College 
of Indiana, 1896; initiated by Psi 
chapter, Sept., 1888; national treas- 
urer since 1900; delegate all na- 
tional conventions since 1898; gen- 
eral agent Equitable Life Insurance 
Co. of Iowa; trustee, Wabash Col- 



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lege; trustee, Indiana village for 
epileptics and treasurer of the 
board; served as police surgeon of 
Indianapolis, 1897-1901; medical ex- 
aminer for insurance companies; 
mem. Thirty-Second Degree, F. and 
A. M.; m. Edna McGillard, 1897. 
Address, 1624 N. Delaware St., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

CHRISTIE, Mary Hutton; Sigma 
Alpha Iota; initiated by Delta chap- 
ter, 1907; president of the chapter; 
national treasurer; national editor 
of fraternity magazine; delegate to 
national convention at Ithaca, N. Y., 
1911; organist and pianist; mem. 
faculty of Detroit Institute of Musi- 
cal Art. Address, Bratshaw Apart- 
ments, 199 John R. St., Detroit, 
Mich. 

CHRYSLER, Alberta Oakley; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; ed. Adrian College, 
1891; initiated by Xi chapter April 
9, 1884; chapter magister; delegate 
to national convention Canton, N. Y., 
1884; author Kappa Kappa Gamma 
songs; delegate to Pan-Hellenic 
Educational Congress, Chicago, 
1893; housewife and club worker; 
lecture, Browning and Shakespeare; 
former head English department 
Hellmuth Ladies College, London, 
Canada, 1889-1894; principal The 
Bishopthorpe School, South Bethle- 
hem, Penn., 1894-1899; chapter mem. 
National Association of Elocution- 
ists; spent five years in Alaska in 
mission and educational work; m. 
Walter E. Chrysler, Nov. 11, 1903. 
Address, Petoskey, Mich. 

CHURCH, F. M.; national secretary; 



Sigma Delta Chi; ed. University of 
Michigan, 1914; initated by Gamma 
chapter, April 23, 1913; chapter sec- 
retary; national secretary; delegate 
to national conventions, Madison 
1913, Ann Arbor 1914; sporting editor 
"Michigan Daily," staff correspond- 
ent "Detroit News" and "Tribune"; 
publicity manager University of 
Michigan Athletic Association. Ad- 
dress, 901 Packard St., Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

CHURCHILL, Charles Robert; Delta 
Tau Delta; ed. at Tulane Univer- 
sity, 1889; initiated by Beta Xi 
chapter, June, 1889; chapter presi- 
dent; mem. Tulane Alumni Associa- 
tion; editor of "Catalogue" of 1897; 
division president two years; na- 
tional vice-president four years; del- 
egate district conventions 1890, 
1891, 1892; delegate national conven- 
tions 1889, 1891, 1893, 1895; presi- 
dent and general manager of Elec- 
tric Appliance Company of New Or- 
leans; served as volunteer in Span- 
ish-American War; mem. New Or- 
leans Association of Commerce; 
traveled East Indies, Central and 
South America; mem. Masonic or- 
der, Thirty-Second Degree Scottish 
Rite. Address, 408 Canal St., New 
Orleans, La. 

CITRON, I. Jesse; western organizer 
and installing officer; Alpha Phi 
Sigma, Alpha Sigma; ed. at College 
of Physicians and Surgeons, Uni- 
versity of Southern California; 
Hahnemann Medical College of the 
Pacific; charter member Zeta chapter 
of Alpha Phi Sigma; initiated by 



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Phi chapter of Alpha Sigma; west- 
ern correspondent to Alpha Phi Sig- 
ma "Journal"; organizer of Zeta 
chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma; physi- 
cian and surgeon; m. Regina Lafee, 
Jan. 1, 1915. Address, 262 N. 
Flower St., Apt. No. 3, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

CLARK, Dwight Freeman; Psi Upsi- 
lon; ed. at University of Chicago, 
1903; initated by Omega chapter; 
physician and surgeon; mem. Ma- 
sons; m. Anna Keetler, 1903. Ad- 
dress, 1423 Judson Av., Evanston, 
111. 

CLARK, Ephraim Wesson; national 
president of Theta Chi; ed. Nor- 
wich University, 1892; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, 1889; president of 
the chapter; formerly secretary and 
president of Norwich University 
Alumni Associaton of Boston; mem. 
Boston Alumni Association of Theta 
Chi; mem. revision of constitution 
and ritual committee; national sec- 
retary, 1909-1914; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1908, 1909, 
1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915; 
civil engineer in Maintenance of 
Way Department of Boston Elevated 
Railway Co. since 1894; trustee of 
Norwich University; mem. I. O. 
O. F.; m. Harriett Isabelle White, 
Sept. 7, 1904. Address, 102 Otis 
Bldg., Medford, Mass. 

CLAYPOOL, Jefferson Helm; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon; ed. at University 
of Virginia and Miami University, 
1876; initiated by Eta chapter, 
1872; affiliated Kappa chapter; 
chapter secretary; mem. Indiana 



Delta Kappa Epsilon Association; 
president Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Chapter House Association at Mi- 
ami University; m. Mary Buckner 
Ross, 1893. Address, 217 Law Bldg., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

CLEAVELAND, Dorothy Kendall; sec- 
retary of northern New York 
Alumnae; Pi Beta Phi; ed. at St. 
Lawrence University, 1912; initi- 
ated by New York Gamma chapter, 
March 20, 1914; mem. of local that 
became New York Gamma of PI 
Beta Phi; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
chapter vice-president; mem. na- 
tional alumnae of Pi Beta Phi; 
mem. northern New York Alumnae 
Club; alumnae mem. local Pan-Hel- 
lenic Conference; teacher of his- 
tory. Address, 11 University Ave., 
Canton, N. Y. 

CLEM, John L. Jr.; Delta Tau Delta; 
ed. at University of the South, 1906; 
initiated by Beta Theta chapter, 
1903; chapter treasurer; secretary 
San Antonio Alumni Association; 
delegate to national convention; 
mem. firm Clem & Hersch, agents 
Oldsmobile; mem. A. F. and A. M., 
Royal Arcanum, Knights Templars, 
Shrine; m. Lillian E. Ben ton, Nov. 
5, 1908. Address, 723 Grayson St., 
San Antonio, Texas. 

CLEMES, Julia Norton; president Chi- 
cago Alumnae chapter; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; ed. at Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1910; initiated by Rho chap- 
ter, 1909; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
chapter vice-president and Pan-Hel- 
lenic delegate; mem. Chicago Alum- 
nae chapter; high school teacher, 



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1910-1914; m. Stanley Wilson Clems, 
1914. Address, 727 Foster St., 
Evanston, 111. 

CLOUD, Arthur D.; editor of Delti Chi 
"Quarterly"; ed. Chicago Kent Col- 
lege of Law, 1913; initiated by Chi- 
cago Kent chapter, 1910; "A" (presi- 
dent of the chapter); mem. "xx"; 
delegate to national conventions, 
1910-1913; lawyer and president of 
Cloud Publishing Co. Address, 1100 
Hartford Bldg., 8 South Dearborn 
St., Chicago, 111. 

COATES, Ollie Maurin (Mrs. C. E.) ; 
exchange editor of "Angelos"; Kap- 
pa Delta; ed. at Louisiana State 
University, 1913; initiated by Epsi- 
lon chapter, 1912; head of chapter; 
mem. Alumnae Associaton of Louis- 
iana State; exchange editor of "An- 
gelos"; mother three boys; m. 
Charles Edward Coates, professor of 
chemistry, Louisiana State. Ad- 
dress, Louisiana State University, 
Baton Rouge, La. 

COBB, Andrew J.; Kappa Alpha; ed. 
at University of Georgia, 1876; initi- 
ated by Gamma chapter, 1872; chap- 
ter office (II) ; mem. Phi Beta Kap- 
pa; president Athens Alumni chap- 
ter; mem. Atlanta Alumni chapter; 
delegate national convention, 1875; 
judge; professor of law University 
of Georgia, 1884-1893; dean Atlanta 
Law School, 1893-1898; justice Su- 
preme Court of Georgia, 1896-1907; 
presiding justice, 1905-1907; chair- 
man permanent committee of Geor- 
gia Bar Association on Revision of 
Judicial System and Procedure in 
Courts; trustee University of Geor- 



gia, 1891-1893; trustee Lucy Cobb In- 
stitute; chairman board of deacons 
Athens Baptist church; author of 
Athens, Ga., Dispensary Law; mem. 
American Bar Association, Georgia 
State Bar Association, Augusta Bar 
Association, Athens Bar Association; 
m. Starkie Campbell, Griffin, Ga., 
March 3, 1880. Address, P. 0. Box 
155, Athens, Ga. 

COBB, James Orr; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; ed. at Davidson College, 1912; 
initiated by North Carolina Theta 
Jan. 6, 1909; eminent archon of chap- 
ter; delegate national convention 
Kansas City, 1910; delegate province 
convention Charlotte, 1910, Lynch- 
burg, 1912; delegate to Pan-Hellenic 
Council of North Carolina; real es- 
tate and brokerage. Address Win- 
ston-Salem, N. C. 

COBURN, Louise Helen; founder; Sig- 
ma Kappa; ed. at Colby College, 
1877; one of five founders of the fra- 
ternity and Alpha chapter, 1874; 
mem. Phi Beta Kappa; mem. Water- 
hill Alumnae chapter; mem. com- 
mittee to revise constitution, 1911; 
interested in clubs, church and social 
improvement work. Address, Skow- 
hegan, Maine. 

COLBY, Rachel Vrooman; manager of 
Hall Association of Gamma Phi Be- 
ta; ed. University of California, 
1895; initiated by Eta chapter, 1903; 
president of San Francisco Alumnae 
Association; mem. national advisory 
board; delegate to national conven- 
tion in Berkeley, 1909; alumnae 
delegate to Pan-Hellenic; admitted 
to bar but did not practice; vice- 



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principal of high school for two 
years; teacher of Latin, physics and 
mathematics; officer in State Feder- 
ation of Women's Clubs and Civic 
League; m. William E. Colby, 1902. 
Address, 2901 Channing Way, 
Berkeley, Calif. 

COLE, Edward Frankly n; treasurer of 
Xi graduate chapter of Phi Gamma 
Delta; ed. Columbia University, 
1886, A. M. 1887; initiated by Ome- 
ga chapter, 1884; mem. Columbia 
Alumni Association; editor of the 
fraternity magazine several years; 
president of the grand chapter; del- 
egate to several national conven- 
tions; retired manufacturer; mem. 
F. and A. M. ; m. Mary Lee Withers, 
1906. Address, 301 West 106th St., 
New York City. 

COLE, Jesse, D. D. S.; vice-president 
of Xi Psi Phi; ed. Philadelphia Den- 
tal College, 1914; initiated by Gam- 
ma chapter, Oct., 1911; president, of 
the chapter; third vice-president of 
the Alumni Association of Philadel- 
phia Dental College; dentist; m. Dr. 
Elsie B. Struppler, Aug. 4, 1914. 
Address, 636 N. 12th St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

COLE, Ruby Hasseltine; president of 
Alpha Alliance of Delta Delta Delta; 
ed. Boston University, 1906; initi- 
ated by Alpha chapter, 1902; vice- 
president of the chapter; mem. Bos- 
ton University Convocation; teacher 
of English in Dedham High School. 
Address, 36 Syracuse St., Roslin- 
dale, Mass. 

COLE, Warren Albert; president gov- 
erning board; Lambda Chi Alpha, 



also mem. Gamma Eta Gamma; ed. 
at Boston University, 1912; one of 
three founders of Lambda Chi Alpha 
and Alpha chapter, Nov. 2, 1909; 
chapter president; mem. Providence 
Alumni Association; grand presi- 
dent 1904-1914, registrar 1909-1913, 
business manager magazine 1909- 
1912, traveling secretary 1912-1914; 
contributor of articles to "Purple, 
Green and Gold" and "Cross 
and Crescent"; delegate to three na- 
tional conventions; delegate inter- 
fraternity conference, 1914; jewelry 
business ; Massachusetts Highway 
Commission, 1911-1912; assistant at 
Brown Union, 1912-1913; mem. P. 
of H., L. 0. O. M., A. F. and A. M,; 
m. Lottie Mae Hathaway, Sept 13, 
1910. Address, Swansea, Mass. 

COLEMAN, Leta; Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Phi Beta Sigma (honorary liter- 
ary); ed. at Brenan College, 1912, 
A. M. 1914; initiated by Omicron 
chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha as char- 
ter member, 1911; vice-president 
sophomore class, vice-president 
students union, president Cushman 
Club (dramatic), president of Y. W. 
C. A., Junior class speaker, senior 
valedictorian; delegate to national 
convention at Old Point Comfort, 
Va., 1912; contributor of articles to 
magazine; delegate and president of 
local Pan-Hellenic; instructor in 
Brenan School of Oratory. Ad- 
dress, Brenan College, Gainesville, 
Ga. 

COLEMAN, Phares Jr.; Kappa Alpha 
(Southern); ed. University of Ala- 
bama, A. B. 1911, LL. B. 1913; ini- 



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tiated by Alpha Beta chapter, Sept., 
1907; grand master of the chapter, 
1909, 1910, 1911, 1912; mem. Bir- 
mingham Alumni Association; secre- 
tary of J. L. Hardeman Province; 
delegate to district convention of 
1912; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1908 and 1912; attorney. 
Address, office, 923-6 First National 
Bank Bldg.; residence, 2310 High- 
land Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 

COLEMAN, William Macon; Theta 
Delta Chi; ed. at University of 
North Carolina, Columbia, Prince- 
ton, Heidelberg, Germany; alumnus 
University of North Carolina; grad- 
uated second honors, 1858; initiated 
by Mu chapter; first president of 
chapter; delegate to national con- 
vention, 1858; fraternity poet and 
song writer; contributor to frater- 
nity magazine; lawyer; admitted to 
the bar of North Carolina and Su- 
preme Court of the United States; 
attorney general of North Carolina, 
J.6G8; consul to Southern Prussia; 
editor and contributor to several 
newspapers; instructor in law for 
twenty years; at present engaged 
in supplying information relating to 
congressional legislation and the 
official records of members of Con- 
gress. Address, Evans Bldg., 
Washington, D. C. 

COLES, Elizabeth Moseley; past grand 
president of Alpha Delta Pi; ed. 
Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., 1907; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, Oct., 
1904; president of the chapter; 
mem. Atlanta Alumnae Club; presi- 
dent of executive council, 1906, 1907, 



1909, 1910, 1911, 1912; delegate to 
National Pan Hellenic Congress, 
1911 and 1912; m. William Cruse 
Coles, Phi Delta Theta, Dec., 1907. 
Address, 21 Cleburn Ave., Atlanta, 
Ga. 

COLLINS, Mary C. Love (Mrs. H. M.); 
national treasurer of the Pan-Hel- 
lenic Congress; national president 
of Chi Omega; ed. Dickinson Col- 
lege; initiated by Delta chapter of 
Chi Omega; lawyer. Address, Box 
69, Denver, Colo. 

COLSON, Henry William; grand vice- 
regent of Kappa Psi; ed. University 
of Illinois, 1910; initiated by Chi 
chapter, 1909; historian of the chap- 
ter; mem. University of Illinois 
Pharmacy School Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Chicago, 1913; delegate to 
Conference of Intermedical Fraterni- 
ties Chicago, 1914; instructor in 
chemistry of pharmacy school, Uni- 
versity of Illinois; pharmacist and 
chemist. Address, 74 E. 12th St., 
Chicago, 111. 

COLTRANE, Jenn Winslow; presi- 
dent; Kappa Delta; ed. Randolph- 
Macon Woman's College, 1906; initi- 
ated by Theta chapter, Oct. 27, 1903; 
chapter president; first Kappa Delta 
inspector; national treasurer; five 
years business manager of "An- 
gelos"; contributor to "Angelos"; 
attended every national conven- 
tion except the first one; worked 
on coat of arms, helped establish 
magazine, established secret sup- 
plement, revised constitution; in- 
stalled first chapter in the north; 



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Kappa Delta delegate to National 
Pan-Hellenic; contributor to Banta's 
"Greek Exchange"; interested in so- 
cial service and civic work; mem. 
King's Daughters and on state 
board, Federated Woman's Club, 
Daughters of American Revolution. 
Address, 84 N. Union St., Concord, 
N. C. 

COMPTON, Frank Elbert; president; 
Theta Delta Chi; ed. at University 
of Wisconsin, 1898; initated by 
Sigma Deuteron, May 15, 1895; 
chapter president, national presi- 
dent; mem. Central Graduate Asso- 
ciation of Chicago; contributed 
$1,000 to the "Compton Scholarship 
Fund," the income to be used in 
awarding a prize each year to the 
chapter maintaining the highest 
scholarship average for the year; 
delegate inter-fraternity congress, 
Chicago, Illinois, 1913; educational 
publisher, firm of F. E. Compton & 
Co., 215 S. Market St., Chicago; m. 
Emma Blaesser, Oct 14, 1905. Ad- 
dress, residence, 775 Grove St., 
Glencoe, 111. 

CONGDON, Herbert Wheaton; secre- 
tary of insignia committee of Delta 
Upsilon; ed. Columbia University, 
1897; initiated by Columbia chap- 
ter, 1894; president of the chapter; 
mem. New York Delta Upsilon Club 
and Brooklyn Delta Upsilon Club; 
designed coat of arms; architect; 
captain Twenty-Third Infantry, N. 
Y. N. G.; mem. Society of Colonial 
Wars and Sons of the American 
Revolution. Address, 18 Broadway, 
New York City. 



CON LEY, Walter Henry, M. D.; presi- 
dent of the national council of Phi 
Sigma Kappa; ed. Union Univer- 
sity, 1891; initiated by Beta chap- 
ter, Oct., 1888; vice-president of the 
chapter; mem. Beta Alumni Asso- 
ciation; president of the New York 
club; auditor and president of the 
national council; delegate to New 
York Inter-Fraternity Conference, 
1913, 1914, 1915; physician and sur- 
geon; medical superintendent Met- 
ropolitan Hospital, New York City. 
Address, Metropolitan Hospital, 
New York City. 

CONNALLY, Thomas Whipple; Grand 
Zeta; Chi Phi; ed. at Emory Col- 
lege, Ph. B., 1902; University of 
Georgia, B. L., 1904; Yale Univer- 
sity, LL. B., 1905; initiated by 
Gamma chapter, Sept. 20, 1898; 
affiliated Eta chapter and Omicron 
chapter; mem. Phi Delta Phi at 
Yale; held every chapter office; 
mem. Atlanta Alumni Association 
and chairman executive committee; 
delegate to all but one national con- 
vention since 1900, fourteen in all; 
national office, grand Zeta; assisted 
in preparation of registers in 1908 
and 1914; edited Chi Phi "Year 
Book" of 1904 and 1905; lawyer and 
real estate. Address, Connally 
Building, Atlanta, Ga. 

CONNARD, Arthur Foster; grand py- 
lortes in grand council of Tau 
Kappa Epsilon; ed. University of 
Illinois, 1912; initiated by Gamma 
chapter, Feb., 1912; charter mem- 
ber; mem. University of Illinois and 
Chicago Alumni Associations; grand 



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pylortes since April, 1913; mechani- 
cal and structural engineer, design- 
ing conveying machinery. Address, 
306 Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Aurora, 111. 

CONNER, Martin Sennett; Kappa 
Alpha (South); Phi Alpha Delta; 
ed. at University of Mississippi 
B. S. 1910, LL, B. 1912; Yale Uni- 
versity cum laude 1913; initiated by 
Alpha Upsilon chapter of Kappa 
Alpha, 1907; by Calhoun chapter of 
Phi Alpha Delta in 1912; first honor 
man University of Mississippi; 
chapter president; mem. Hatties- 
burg Alumni Association and Yale 
Alumni Association of Kappa Alpha; 
former associate editor of Kappa Al- 
pha "Journal"; delegate to national 
convention Birmingham, 1910; editor- 
in-chief "Calhoun Affairs" and of 
"Ole Miss," an interfrat publication, 
representative of fraternities before 
Mississippi Legislature in 1912 and 
lead the fight against anti-fraternity 
legislation; mem. University of 
Mississippi Pan-Hellenic Council, 
1909-1912; lawyer. Address, Semi- 
nary, Miss. 

CONNOR, John Gilbert; president 
board of trustees of Lafayette chap- 
ter; Delta Upsilon; ed. at Lafayette 
College, 1897; initiated by Lafay- 
ette chapter, 1885; chapter presi- 
dent; largely instrumental in financ- 
ing and building Lafayette chapter 
house; mem. national board of 
trustees; delegate to national con- 
ventions, 1886, 1909, 1910; contrib- 
utor to magazine; president, Con- 
nor Millwork Co.; mem. Knights 
Templars, Scottish Rite Masons; m. 



Carrie Helen Sciple, June 25, 1889. 
Address, 8 Belmont Circle, Trenton, 
N. J. 

COOK, Arthur Arnold; province presi- 
dent of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; mem. 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. at University of 
Washington, 1911; initiated by 
Washington Alpha of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon as a charter member, May 
30, 1906; mem. Tacoma Alumni As- 
sociation and president; delegate to 
national convention Kansas City, 
1910; president province Lambda; 
contributor to magazine; chief 
draftsman, office of Pierce County 
Engineer. Address, 621 6th Ave., 
Tacoma, Wash. 

COOK, Fanny K. Reed; Pi Beta Phi; 
ed. University of Michigan, 1890; 
initiated by Michigan Beta chapter, 
April, 1888; contributed to "Arrow" 
of Pi Beta Phi; grand vice-president 
and president of National Alumnae 
Association; attended national con- 
ventions at Chicago, 1893, Madison, 
1897, and Syracuse, 1901; mem. 
O. E. S.; m. Justin T. Cook, 1905. 
Address R. R. 4, Homer, Mich. 

COOK, George; grand primarius of 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. Dart- 
mouth College, 1869; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, 1890; contributed to 
fraternity magazine; delegate to all 
national conventions; physician; 
mem. Masons, Odd Fellows and 
Sons of Veterans. Address, 16 Cen- 
ter St., Concord, N. H. 

COOK, Grace Jordan (Mrs. H. W.) ; 
Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. at University 
of Arkansas B. A. 1905; initiated 
by Epsilon chapter as a charter 



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member Dec. 18, 1903; chapter pres- 
ident; affiliated with Little Rock 
Alumnae Association; inspector for 
a number of years; installed Mu 
and Xi chapters; gave the first fra- 
ternity examinations; editor of 
Themis, 1904-1910; grand vice- 
president, 1908-1912; attended 
fourth, fifth, sixth national conven- 
tions as member of grand chapter; 
contributor to magazine; home 
maker; m. Henry Winbourn Cook, 
May 27, 1912. Address, 1008 W. 
4th Ave., Pine Bluff, Ark. 

COOK, Melville Thurston; trustee; 
Delta Upsilon; ed. at De Pauw Uni- 
versity and Leland Stanford Jr. 
University, 1894; initiated by the 
De Pauw chapter, Oct., 1888; affili- 
ated with the Stanford chapter; 
mem. Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma 
Xi; chapter president; mem. In- 
diana Delta Upsilon club; associate 
editor of "Catalogue"; delegate na- 
tional convention Waterville, Maine, 
1892; professor of plant pathology, 
Rutgers College; m. Dora Reavill, 
Alpha Phi, Sept. 8, 1897. Address, 
Rutgers College, New Brunswick, 
N. J. 

COOK, Wells M.; mem. of executive 
committee of College Fraternity 
Reference Bureau; Phi Kappa Sig- 
ma; ed. Northwestern University; 
member of the national executive 
committee of Phi Kappa Sigma; law- 
yer. Address, 39 S. LaSalle St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

COOKSTON, Helen; grand vice-presi- 
dent of Sigma Sigma Sigma; ed. 
normal department of Miami Uni- 



versity, 1912; initiated by Kappa 
chapter, Nov., 1911; president of the 
chapter; contributed to fraternity 
magazine; mem. Cincinnati Alumni 
Association; assisted at installation 
of Phi chapter; chairman of con- 
vention committee for 1915; dele- 
gate to national convention of 1913 
at Buffalo, N. Y. Address, 243 Ava- 
lon Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

COONEY, Nelson R.; grand president 
of Sigma Phi Epsilon; ed. Ohio 
Northern University, 1905; initiated 
by Ohio Alpha chapter, April 8, 
1905; contributed to fraternity mag- 
azine; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Philadelphia, 1906; attorney 
at law; now developing land in Ari- 
zona; mem. F. and A. M., Dunkirk 
Lodge 549, Ada chapter Royal Arch 
Masons No. 138, Wooster Council 
No. 13, R. and S. ML; m. Lata 
B. Harbach, June 1, 1908. Address, 
Box 42, Falleson, Ariz. 

COOPER, Daniel William; a founder; 
Sigma Chi; ed. at Miami University, 
1857; initiated with Alpha chapter 
as a charter member, being one of 
the founders of Sigma Chi; chapter 
president; minister; m. Jane Skin- 
ner, Oct. 6, 1859. Address, 546 Del- 
aware Ave., Marion, Ohio. 

COOVER, Winfred Forrest V.; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. Ohio State Uni- 
versity, A. M., 1903; A. B., Otter- 
bein University, 1900; summer 
school at Columbia University; cap- 
tain of football team, 1898, and 
coach and president of the athletic 
association, 1899; captain of football 
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1902; mem. Sigma Xi, Gamma Sig- 
ma Delta, Phi Kappa Phi and Phi 
Lambda Upsilon (honorary) ; mem. 
Otterbein and Ohio State University 
Alumni Association; treasurer of 
the Iowa Gamma Association of 
S. A. E., 1909; professor of chemis- 
try and chairman of Department of 
Chemistry at Ohio State University; 
mem. Masons, American Chemical 
Society and National Geographic So- 
ciety; m. Effle R. Richer, Dec. 28, 
1904. Address, Campus, Ames, la. 

CORBETT, Elizabeth; editor-in-chief 
"Angelos" of Kappa Delta; ed. at 
Florida State College for Women, 
1911, B. S.; initiated by Kappa Al- 
pha chapter, 1909; secretary of 
chapter; delegate to national con- 
vention, 1911; attended National 
Pan-Hellenic Congress; delegate to 
editors' conference, 1913; editor of 
"Secret Magazine." Address, 230 
Gilmore St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

CORBETT, Elizabeth F.; alumni and 
exchange editor of "Quarterly" of Al- 
pha Gamma Delta; ed. University of 
Wisconsin, 1910; initiated by Beta 
chapter, February 22, 1907; national 
Pan-Hellenic Congress delegate, 1911- 
12-13; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; secre- 
tary, 1911-13; mem. University 
Alumni Association; author of So- 
rority Memorial Service; contribu- 
tor to Alpha Gamma Delta "Quar- 
terly"; suffrage worker. Address, 
National Home, Wisconsin. 

CORNELIUS, Milton E.; member of 
governing body; Delta Chi, Acacia; 
ed. at University of Nebraska A. B. 
1907, LL. B. 1909; initiated by Ne- 



braska chapter as a charter member, 
1909; mem. Daleth chapter of Aca- 
cia; installing officer of Ames chap- 
ter of Acacia; mem. Los Angeles 
Alumni chapter of Delta Chi; mem. 
of governing board; delegate na- 
tional convention, 1913; investment 
broker; Thirty-Second Degree Ma- 
son, Shriner. Address, Bankers 
Club, Los Angeles, Calif. 

COWLES, Frederick Ragland; presi- 
dent of Zeta Province of Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. at University of Kansas, 
1905; also at Missouri School of 
Mines; initiated by Kansas Alpha 
chapter, October, 1904; secretary of 
Kansas Alpha Alumni Association 
since 1905; secretary of Missouri 
Valley Association of District Offi- 
cers, 1910; vice-president of Zeta 
Province, 1906-10; president of Zeta 
Province, 1910; contributor to 
"Scroll" of Phi Delta Theta; dele- 
gate to Pittsburgh national conven 
tion, 1908; delegate to Niagara Falls 
national convention, 1910; delegate 
to Chicago national convention, 
1912; delegate to Des Moines, Iowa, 
district convention, 1905; presiding 
officer of Province conventions at 
Evanston, 1907; Kansas City, Mo., 
1909; St. Louis, Mo., 1911; Madison, 
Wis., 1913; secured charter for Kan- 
sas Beta of Washburn College, 1910; 
installed officers of South Dakota 
Alpha at University of South Da- 
kota, 1906; installed officers of Kan- 
sas Beta at Washburn College, 1910; 
installed officers of Colorado Beta 
at Colorado College, 1913; installed 
officers of Iowa Gamma at Iowa 



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State College, Ames, Iowa, 1913; 
founded system of chapter advisors; 
school teacher. Address 1409 Ten- 
nessee Ave., Lawrence, Kan. 

COWLES, Luzerne Simeon; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. at Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, 1897; 
initiated by Massachusetts Iota Tau, 
March 10, 1894; eminent archon of 
chapter; president Boston Alumni 
Association, treasurer chapter 
board of trustees, delegate province 
Alpha conventions, 1897, 1898, 1910; 
associate editor of "Record" 1895; 
treasurer province Alpha, 1908-1910; 
civil engineer with engineer of 
structures, Boston Elevated Railway 
Co.; m. Amy E. Olmsted, June 11, 
1902. Address, 15 Dwight St., 
Brookline, Mass. 

COX, Albert Lyman; past province 
president of province Gamma of 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ed. University 
of North Carolina, 1904; initiated 
by N. C. Xi chapter, Sept. 16, 1901; 
eminent archon of the chapter; 
mem. Raleigh Alumni Association; 
delegate to several district conven- 
tions; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1909; attorney-at-law ; mem. 
Masons and Knights of Pythias; m. 
Arabel Parker Nash, Dec. 1, 1909. 
Address, 407-8 Tucker Bldg., Ra- 
leigh, N. C. 

COXE, Fred Jackson; president of 
general council; Phi Delta Theta; 
ed. at University of North Carolina, 
1899; initiated by North Carolina 
Beta chapter, 1897; chapter presi- 
dent; mem. Wadesboro Alumni 
Club; president of Beta province; 



secretary to general council; dele- 
gate to interfraternity convention, 
1908; attorney-at-law; Mason; m. 
Elizabeth M. Dunlap, April 25, 1905. 
Address, Wadesboro, N. C. 

CRABBS, Leo Barr; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at Kansas University, 
1903; initiated by Kansas Alpha, 
1902; chronicler of chapter; mem. 
Kansas City Alumni Association; 
treasurer Union Bank Note Co.; 
Thirty-Second Degree Mason; m. 
Mary Scott Johnson, Dec. 6, 1911. 
Address, 303 W. 10th, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

CRAIG, John J.; chancellor of Lambda 
district of Delta Theta Phi; ed. 
University of Southern California, 
1913; initiated by Field Senate, 
1911; tribune to national senate 
from chapter; mem. Stanford Al- 
umni Association of Delta Theta 
Phi; attorney-at-law; mem. B. P. 
0. E., N. S. G. W., T. F. B. Ad- 
dress, 321 Washington Bldg., Los 
Angeles, Calif. 

CRAIG, Lillian Sinclair; grand worthy 
representative of Sigma Iota Chi; 
ed. Belmont College; initiated by 
Zeta chapter, Feb., 1912; worthy 
matron of the chapter; delegate to 
national convention at St. Louis, 
Mo. Address, Navasota, Texas. 

CRANE, Grace Binney; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; ed. Boston University, 
1902; initiated by Phi chapter, Nov., 
1898; secretary and treasurer of the 
chapter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
secretary of Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Alumni Association of Boston; 
alumnae delegate to Pan-Hellenic 



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one year. Address, 385 Quincy 
Ave., Braintree, Mass. 

CRANN, Lois Smith (Mrs. James H./; 
national inspector of Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. Simpson College, Indi- 
anola, la., 1905; initiated by Mu 
chapter, 1906; charter member of 
chapter; business manager of the 
"Lyre" of Alpha Chi Omega for two 
years; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1911; chairman of National 
Pan-Hellenic Congress, 1913-1914; 
delegate to Chicago Greek Confer- 
ence of 1913; m. James H. Crann, 
1907. Address, 610 Colorado St., 
Davenport, la. 

CRAWFORD, Lulu Parker; grand 
vice-president; Delta Gamma; ed. at 
Buchtel College 1895, Emerson Col- 
lege 1897; initiated by Eta chapter, 
1891; chapter president; attended 
four national conventions; delegate 
national convention at Evanston; 
grand vice-president; author several 
songs; contributor to magazine, spe- 
cial work on fraternity examina- 
tions; m. Robert Kingsley Craw- 
ford, 1901. Address, 106 Hamilton 
Ave., Akron, Ohio. 

CRAWFORD, Robert Percy; recording 
and corresponding secretary of 
Pittsburgh Alumni Association of 
Phi Kappa Psi; ed. Lafayette Col- 
lege, 1912; initiated by Penn. Theta 
chapter, Sept., 1908; correspondent 
to the "Shield" of Phi Kappa Psi; 
oiJ operator with William J. Craw- 
ford Co. Address, office, 1008 Hartje 
Bldg., 14 Wood St.; residence 307 
Oakland Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

CRAWFORD, William Blaxham; grand 



historian of Kappa Alpha; ed. at 
Washington and Lee University, 
1903; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
September, 1903; secretary of chap- 
ter; delegate to many national con- 
ventions; delegate to all district con- 
ventions since 1903; province com- 
mander two years; regular contrib- 
uting editor to Kappa Alpha maga- 
zine for eleven years; organized two 
active and two alumni chapters; 
lawyer; mem. Knights of Pythias, 
B. P. O. E.; m. Aeneid Barlow, May 
1, 1911. Address, Kissimmee, Fla. 

CR ITCH LOW, George Read; ex-grand 
president of Phi Alpha Gamma; 
Delta Tau Delta, Phi Alpha Gamma, 
Phi Beta Kappa; ed. at Wooster 
University, Amherst College, 1895, 
Hahnemann Medical College, 1898; 
initiated by Psi chapter of Delta 
Tau Delta, Oct., 1891; charter mem- 
ber of Gamma chapter of Phi Al- 
pha Gamma; founder and vice- 
president Phi Beta Kappa Club of 
Buffalo; mem. Buffalo Alumni As- 
sociation of Delta Tau Delta and 
Buffalo alumni chapter of Phi Alpha 
Gamma; grand president of Phi 
Alpha Gamma, 1897; delegate to 
every national convention of Phi 
Alpha Gamma; contributor to Phi 
Alpha Gamma "Quarterly"; author 
of Phi Alpha Gamma ritual; sur- 
geon to Erie County Hospital and 
Buffalo Homeopathic Hospital; m. 
Kate B. Buell, Dec., 1904. Address, 
647 S. Lafayette Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

CROSETT, Frederick Melvin; trustee 
and director of the corporation 
Delta Upsilon; ed. at New York Uni- 



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versity, 1884; initiated by New 
York chapter, April, 1881; chapter 
vice-president; chapter trustee and 
president of board of trustees; chap- 
ter editor and associate editor 1902 
"Catalogue"; alumni secretary of 
chapter since 1899; chairman com- 
mittee on Delta Upsilon Semi-Cen- 
tennial Convention, New York City, 
1884; chairman of committee on 
publication of the "Delta Upsilon 
Annual," 1884-1888; treasurer and 
trustee of New York Delta Upsilon 
Club, 1887-1890; assisted in editing 
1884 and 1891 Delta Upsilon "Cata- 
logue"; was member executive coun- 
cil, 1883-1888, and its secretary 
three years; associate founder and 
chairman of committee to establish 
chapters of Delta Upsilon at Lafay- 
ette, Columbia, Lehigh, Tufts and 
De Pauw; associate editor "Our 
Record," 1886; attended all but two 
national conventions since 1880, mak- 
ing a total of thirty-two attended; 
business manager and editor-in- 
chief of "Quarterly" 1883-1892; 
mem. New York and New England 
Delta Upsilon clubs; corporation 
official, president and director Con- 
tracting Co. of America, secretary 
Caribbean-American Development 
Co., chairman board of directors 
Plymouth Seam Face Granite Co., 
president Mutual Warehouse Co., 
president and general manager 
Wern Stone Paving Co/; aide-de 
camp with rank of major to Gov. 
Charles E. Hughes; mem. Founders 
and Patriots of America, Society of 
Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolu- 
tion, New York State Historical As- 



sociation, Kane Lodge F. and A. 
M., Coeur De Lion Commandery, 
Knights Templars, Jerusalem chap- 
ter Royal Arch Masons, Mecca Tem- 
ple of Mystic Shrine, prominent 
clubman; m. Annie H. Kidd, June 6, 
1889. Address, 101 Park Ave., New 
York City. 

CROSSLEY, Moses Leverock; Sigma 
Nu; ed. at Brown University, 1909; 
founder of local that became Delta 
Lambda chapter of Sigma Nu, be- 
ing initiated after graduation, June, 
1912; mem. Sigma Xi; mem. Provi- 
dence Alumni Association of Sigma 
Nu; delegate fourteenth district con- 
vention, 1914; professor of chemis- 
try Wesleyan University; m. Elise 
E. McCausland, Alpha Omicron Pi, 
Jan., 1914. Address, 80 Pearl St., 
Middletown, Conn. 

CROSWELL, Mary Sybel; Sigma Kap- 
pa; ed. Colby College, 1896; initi- 
ated by Alpha chapter, 1892; vice- 
president of the chapter; contrib- 
uted to fraternity magazine; mem. 
Portland Alumni Association; 
grand secretary pro-tern at Syra- 
cuse convention; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Syracuse and 
Waterville ; physician, (specialist 
ear, nose and throat; mem. Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution, 
Rebeccahs, Grange. Address, Farm- 
ington, Maine. 

CROW, Martha Foote; founder of 
Alpha Phi; ed. Syracuse University, 
1876; Alpha chapter, Sept., 1872; 
president of the chapter; wrote 
some songs and the ritual; mem. 
Syracuse University, Wellesley Col- 



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lege, Grinell College, Universities of 
Chicago and Northwestern Alumni 
Associations; grand president of Al- 
pha Phi in early years; author and 
teacher; traveled in Etirope and 
Great Britain extensively; lady 
principal and dean of women in sev- 
eral schools and colleges; m. John 
M. Crow, Ph. D. Address, Tucka- 
hoe, New York City, N. Y. 

CULBERTSON, B. Keith; Sigma Chi; 
ed. at Missouri University, 1907; in- 
itiated by Xi Xi chapter, fall of 
1903; chapter secretary; mem. Sig- 
ma Chi Alumni Association of Okla- 
homa; organizer of Oklahoma Uni- 
versity chapter; delegate to national 
convention Pittsburgh, to district 
convention Fayetteville, Ark.; sec- 
retary Oklahoma City alumni; gulf 
coast representative Thos. D. Mur- 
phy Co.; Thirty-Second Degree Ma- 
son, Shrine, Elks; m. Lila M. King, 
July 28, 1909. Address, Box 822, 
Beaumont, Texas. 

CULBERTSON, John Giffen; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. at Pennsylvania 
State College, 1907; initiated by 
Pennsylvania Alpha Zeta, Oct. 1, 
1903; eminent archon of chapter; 
first president Pennsylvania Alpha 
Zeta Association; delegate to district 
conventions, 1904, 1906; to national 
convention, 1906; secretary and 
manager Wichita Falls Motor Co.; 
vico-president Wichita Falls Gas 
Co.; mem. Elks, Masons, Rotary 
Club. Address, Wichita Falls, 
Texas. 

CUNNINGHAM, Kenneth Reese; na- 
tional treasurer; Delta Kappa Epsi- 



lon; ed. at Amherst College, 1909; 
initiated by Sigma chapter, Oct., 
1905; chapter treasurer; mem. Del- 
ta Kappa Epsilon alumni clubs of 
Pittsburgh, Western Pennsylvania 
and Amherst; delegate to national 
convention Hartford, 1908; attorney- 
at-law; m. Edna Chipman Moehr- 
ing, Oct. 14, 1912. Address, 501 Frick 
Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

CURL, Joseph Ryland; exchange edi- 
tor; Sigma Phi Epsilon; ed. at 
George Washington University 
B. S. 1909, LL. B. 1911; initiated by 
District of Columbia Alpha, Oct. 9, 
1909; was co-organizer and charter 
member of the local and was initi- 
ated when the chapter was in- 
stalled; mem. District of Columbia 
Alumni Association; reported 1910 
and 1912 conclaves; exchange editor 
Sigma Phi Epsilon "Journal"; con- 
tributed to magazine; lawyer, firm 
of Erskine, Palmer & Curl; sec- 
retary and instructor department 
of law George Washington Univer- 
sity, 1910-1912; mem. University 
Club of Wheeling. Address, 100 
Schmulbach Bldg., Wheeling, W. Va. 

CUR REN S, Mrs. Gertrude Fitz- Ran- 
dolph; president of province Epsi- 
lon of Pi Beta Phi two terms; ed. 
University of Colorado, 1900; initi- 
ated by Colorado Alpha chapter, 
March, 1896; president of the chap- 
ter; mem. Boulder Alumni Associa- 
tion; attended national conventions 
of 1898 and 1899; mem. Daughters 
of the American Revolution; m. 
Rev. J. Wilson Current, 1898. Ad- 



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dress, 1445 Grandview Ave., Bould- 
er, Colo. 

CURRY, Dalfers P., M. D.; permanent 
chairman of extension committee of 
Phi Chi, 1903-1906; ed. University 
of Louisville, 1903; initiated by Ep- 
silon chapter, now Alpha Alpha 
chapter, 1900; charter member of 
chapter; treasurer and grand repre- 
sentative of the chapter; delegate to 
national convention of 1903; field 
director Rockefeller Hookworm 
Committee, State Board of Health 
of Kentucky; mem. Masons, 
Knights of Pythias, W. O. W., 
Royal Arch Mason; m. Katherine 
McNeal, 1908. Address, Saint 
Charles, Ky. 

CURTIS, Harry A.; grand master al- 
chemist of Alpha Chi Sigma; mem, 
Sigma Nu, Gamma Alpha, Tau Beta 
Pi and Sigma Chi fraternities ; ed. at 
University of Colorado and University 
of Wisconsin; initiated by Eta chap- 
ter June, 1908; master alchemist of 
chapter; delegate to national con- 
vention, 1912; vice grand master al- 
chemist; contributor to "Hexagon" 
of Alpha Chi Sigma; assistant pro- 
fessor of chemistry, University of 
Colorado; m. Irene Hall, 1911. Ad- 
dress, 912 Lincoln PL, Boulder, Colo. 

CURTIS, James B., president of the 
inter-fraternity conference ; Delta 
Tau Delta; ed. at Butler College, 
1881; initiated by Beta Zeta chap- 
ter, 1878; mem. Chicago and New 
York Alumni Associations, national 
president of Delta Tau Delta; con- 
tributor to magazine; delegate to 
inter-fraternity conference, New 



York, and at present the chief ex- 
ecutive of the same; lawyer; six 
years member Indiana House of 
Representatives, corporation coun- 
sel, City of Indianapolis, served as 
captain of Battery A, Indianapolis 
Light Artillery, in active service in 
Porto Rico, Spanish-American war; 
mem. Masons, Knights of Pythias; 
m. Jennette Cutler. Address, 115 
Broadway, New York City. 

CUSHMAN, Jeannette Allen; Alpha 
Chi Omega; ed. Albion College, 
1893; initiated by Beta chapter, 
October, 1890; president of the 
chapter; mem. Delta Delta Alum- 
nae chapter; national president; in- 
strumental in establishing Delta 
Delta Alumnae chapter and her 
first president; delegate to national 
conventions at De Pauw Univer- 
sity, 1891; mem. Daughters of the 
American Revolution; m. Herbert 
W. Cushman, Oct., 1895. Address, 
1525 Poinsettia PI., Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

CUSHMAN, Orville Ellsworth; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. at University of 
South Dakota, 1912; initiated by 
South Dakota Sigma, Nov. 1, 1911; 
eminent archon of chapter; trustee 
in chapter house association, dele- 
gate to national convention, Nash- 
ville, 1912; i chemist, assistant in 
University of California, formerly 
chemist South Dakota State Food 
and Drug Laboratory; mem, Ma- 
son. Address 203 Forest Ave., Ver- 
million, S. D. 

CYKLER, Emil F.; founder Nu chap- 
ter; Theta Xi; ed. at University of 



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California, 1911; initiated with Nu 
chapter, March, 1909, of which he 
was founder and charter member; 
mem. ,Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Xi; 
deputy grand lecturer of chapter; 
built $40,000 house for Nu chap- 
ter, 1915; delegate national conven- 
tion, New York, 1913, chairman of 
district convention, San Francisco, 
1915, national office deputy grand 
lecturer, province office deputy 
grand lecturer, contributor to mag- 
azine; civil and consulting struc- 
tural engineer; mem. Rotary Club 
of San Francisco; m. Beatrice Treu- 
ler, Alpha Omicron Pi, Stanford, 
Sept. 30, 1913. Address, 2810 Ashby 
Ave., Berkeley, Calif. 

D 

DAGGETT, Vivian Sloan; president 
Texas Alumni chapter; Beta Sigma 
Omicron; ed. at Christian College, 
Columbia, Mo., 1911; initiated by 
Gamma chapter, February, 1910; 
chapter president; mem. Lambda 
Mu; m. Charles Daggett, May 2, 
1912. Address, 2204 Fairmount 
Ave., Ft. Worth, Texas. 

DANCY, Frank Battle; Phi Kappa Sig- 
ma; ed. at University of North 
Carolina, 1881; initiated by Lamb- 
da chapter, 1877; chapter president; 
raised funds for and supervised the 
building of first chapter house in 
the fraternity at Chapel Hill, N. C. 
in 1887; national president, 1890-91, 
contributor to magazine, delegate 
to national convention; manufactur- 
er with F. S. Royster Guano Co.; 
m. Elizabeth H. Grimes, Raleigh, 



N. C., Dec. 8, 1887. Address, 1604 
Munsey Bldg., Baltimore, Md. 

DANIELS, Richard D.; president 
Washington Alumni chapter; Delta 
Tau Delta; ed. at George Washing- 
ton University, 1909; initiated by 
Gamma Eta chapter, 1906; mem. 
Washington Alumni chapter, chair- 
man southeastern conference, 1914; 
lawyer; mem. Washington Country 
Club. Address, 1033 Newton St., 
Brookland, Washington, D. C. 

DAVEY, Berten M.; supreme archon, 
Phi Beta Pi; ed. at Detroit College 
of Medicine, 1905; initiated by Kap- 
pa chapter, 1903; vice archon of 
chapter; delegate national conven- 
tion, Chicago, 1903; member su- 
preme council, delegate district con- 
vention, 1905; delegate inter-fra- 
ternity convention of medical fra- 
ternities, Chicago, May 30, 1914; 
general surgeon; m. Genevieve M. 
Luger, June 27, 1906. Address, 
1001 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 
Mich. 

DAVIS, Abigail L.; national inspector, 
Alpha Delta Pi; ed. at Randolph 
Macon Woman's College, University 
of Chicago, 1913; initiated by Nu 
chapter,, 1907; chapter president; 
attended, 1909; delegate, 1911, 1913 
national conventions, planned and 
managed Chicago convention, 1913, 
drew up system uniform chapter ac- 
counting, contributor to magazine; 
delegate convention of all fraterni- 
ties, June, 1913, at Chicago, which 
established the College Fraternity 
Reference Bureau; delegate Nation- 



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al Pan-Hellenic, 1913. Address, 320 
Lamar St., Weatherford, Texas. 

DAVIS, Mrs. Anna Bruce Houston; 
historian of Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. 
Virginia State Normal, 1900; ini- 
tiated by Alpha chapter; contrib- 
uted to fraternity magazine; second 
grand vice-president; m. William 
Emrys Davis, June 24, 1902. Ad- 
dress, Jellico, Tenn. 

DAVIS, Benjamin Marshall; librarian 
of Phi Delta Theta; ed. at Butler 
College, Indianapolis, Ind., 1890; 
initiated by Indianapolis Gamma 
chapter, 1885; president of chapter; 
mem. Oxford, Ohio Alumni Associa- 
tion; mem. Los Angeles, California 
Alumni Association; delegate to sev- 
eral district conventions; college 
professor; author of "Agricultural 
Education in Public Schools"; di- 
rector of educational extension at 
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio; m. 
Emma Johnson (Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma), 1912. Address, Oxford, Ohio. 

DAVIS, Charles Hugh; Beta Theta Pi, 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. at Iowa State 
University, University of Michigan, 
1896; initiated by Lambda chapter 
of Beta Theta Pi, January, 1891; 
chapter president, delegate national 
convention Nantasket Beach, Mass., 
delegate national convention Phi 
Delta Phi, Washington, D. C., 1898, 
pro-consul and consul, 1898-'99, pres- 
ident Chicago Alumni chapter; 
credit man, C. D. Peacock, jewelers; 
mem. Masons, Elks, Loyal Legion; 
m. Ella R. Peacock, 1905. Address, 
5300 East End, Chicago, 111. 

DAVIS, Hope; grand vice-president of 



Kappa Alpha Theta; ed. Brown 
University, 1906; initiated by Alpha 
Epsilon chapter, November, 1902; 
treasurer of the chapter; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa; mem. Indianapolis Al- 
umnae Association of Kappa Alpha 
Theta; grand vice-president of na- 
tional organization; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1905 and 
1913; president of Indianapolis City 
Pan-Hellenic. Address, 2051 N. 
Delaware St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

DAVIS, Thomas Alexander; reporter 
of general council; Phi Delta The- 
ta; ed. at Wabash College, 1896; 
initiated by Indiana Beta chapter, 
October, 1894; chapter president; 
mem. Goshen-Elkhart Alumni Club; 
chapter house commissioner, 1906- 
'08, historian of general council, 
1910-11, reporter of general council, 
1911, president of Epsilon province, 
1919-1910, the national editor of 
"Scroll and Palladium"; delegate 
inter-fraternity gathering, Chicago, 
May 30, 1913, which established the 
College Fraternity Reference Bu- 
reau, delegate national inter-frater- 
nity conference, 1913; attorney at 
law; m. Charlotte Parry Carmien, 
Jan. 3, 1912. Address, Goshen, Ind. 

DAVIS, Thomas Carroll; grand scribe 
of Omega Upsilon Phi; ed. Jefferson 
Medical College, 1909; initiated by 
Rho chapter, May 1, 1906; senior 
master of the chapter; contributed 
to fraternity magazine; mem. Qua- 
ker City Alumni Association; in- 
strumental in organizing three 
chapters; senior grand master and 
grand scribe; delegate to national 



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conventions of 1909, 1910 and 1914; 
physician; mem. F. and A. M.; m. 
Julia S. Adams Sept. 10, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 2408 W. Allegheny Ave., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

DAWES, Charles G.; national presi- 
dent; Delta Upsilon; ed. at Marietta 
College, 1884; initiated by Marietta 
chapter; m. Caro Dana Blymyers. 
Address, 125 W. Monroe St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

DAWSON, Eric Allen; former presi- 
dent of province Theta of Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. at University of 
Mississippi, 1908; initiated by Mis- 
sissippi Gamma chapter, Nov. 5, 
1905; eminent archon of chapter; 
delegate to province Theta conven- 
tion, 1908; president of province 
Theta, 1907; attended Atlantic City 
national convention, S. A. E., 1909; 
assistant professor of modern lan- 
guages, University of Mississippi, 
1909-1914; faculty of the University 
of Illinois, 1915. Address, Cham- 
paign, 111. 

DAYTON, Arthur Spencer; Delta Tau 
Delta, Phi Alpha Delta (law); ed. 
at West Virginia University, Yale 
University, 1909; initiated by Gam- 
ma Delta chapter of Delta Tau Del- 
ta, 1904; initiated by Calhoun chap- 
ter of Phi Alpha Delta, 1909; dele- 
gate national convention Delta Tau 
Delta, 1905; contributor to "Rain- 
bow" of Delta Tau Delta; attorney 
at law, author of legal articles. Ad- 
dress, Philippi, W. Va. 

DEAL, Don W.; Phi Kappa Psi; ed. 
at Northwestern University, 1904; 
initiated by Illinois Alpha chapter, 



1900; mem. Phi Rho Sigma; mem. 
Springfield Alumni chapter; sur- 
geon; m. Sarah Merkel, 1906. Ad- 
dress, Leland Office Bldg., Spring- 
field, 111. 

DECKMAN, Edward John; chief of 
sixth district of Beta Theta Pi; ed. 
Dennison University, 1904; initiated 
by Alpha Eta chapter, April 18, 
1901; manufacturers' agent or 
broker in power house machinery; 
m. Caroline I. Woodrow, June 26, 
1914. Address, office, 1417 Oliver 
Bldg.; residence, 6968 Bennett St., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

DeGraff, Lawrence; grand praetor of 
sixth province of Sigma Chi; ed. 
University of Chicago, 1898; ini- 
tiated by Omicron Omicron chapter, 
1897; tribune of the chapter; mem. 
Chicago and Des Moines Alumni As- 
sociations; consul of grand chapter, 
1913; delegate to various district 
conventions; delegate to national 
convention at Oxford, Ohio; judge 
of district court since 1910, assist- 
ant attorney general of Iowa, 1904- 
1907; prosecuting attorney Polk 
county, 1907-1910; m. Grace L. 
Clark, 1901. Address, 639 40th St., 
Des Moines, la. 

DE HAVEN, Jessamine B.; president 
of third district of Kappa Alpha 
Theta; ed. Allegheny College, 1910; 
initiated by Mu chapter, Nov. 9, 
1907; corresponding secretary of 
the chapter; mem. Pittsburgh Alum- 
nae Association; attended national 
convention of 1913 at New York; 
teacher in Coraopolis High School. 



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Address, 719 School St., Coraopolis, 
Pa. 

DENIOUS, Wilbur Franklin; worthy 
grand procurator; Kappa Sigma; 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. Baker Univer- 
sity, 1898; Denver University, 1902; 
initiated by Beta Omicron chapter 
of Kappa Sigma, 1896; mem. Den- 
ver Alumni chapter, delegate sev- 
eral district conventions, delegate 
national convention, 1902; national 
offices, W. G. M. C. and W. G. P., 
district grand master, contributor to 
magazine ; delegate inter-fraternity 
conference New York City, 1912 and 
1913; lawyer; mem. Knights Temp- 
lars, Shrine; m. Edith J. Boughton, 
1905. Address, 815 E. & C. Bldg., 
Denver, Colo. 

DENNIS, Lindley Hoag; national high 
chronicler and editor; Alpha Zeta; 
ed. at Pennsylvania State College, 
1912; Initiated by Morrill chapter, 
1909; chancellor of chapter; dele- 
gate national convention, 1912, 1914; 
editor "Alpha Zeta Quarterly"; in 
charge agricultural education in 
public schools of Pennsylvania; m. 
Geraldine C. Conner. Address, Vo- 
cational Division, Capital, Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

DENNIS, Myrta Kean; Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. at Northwestern Uni- 
versity School of Music, 1906; ini- 
tiated by Gamma chapter, 1901; 
chapter secretary, alumni advisor to 
chapter; charter mem. Alpha Alpha 
chapter, Chicago Alumni chapter; 
delegate national conventions Greeitf- 
castle, 1906; Detroit, 1910; grand 
treasurer, 1908-1910; inspector, 1910, 



1912; business manager "Lyre," 
1909-1910; editor-in-chief, 1908, song 
book now in use; a contributor to 
the "Lyre"; served on organization, 
constitution and "Lyre" subscriptions 
committees; delegate at inter-soror- 
ity conference; instructor in piano, 
Northwestern University School of 
Music, 1907-1908; instructor and 
later director of music department of 
Red River Valley University, 1902- 
1904; m. Ralph B. Dennis, Delta 
Tau Delta, 1904. Address, 731 Clin- 
ton PI., Evanston, 111. 

DENNISON, Walter Emerson; Beta 
Theta Pi; ed. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1877; initiated by Theta 
chapter, 1875; chapter secretary; 
mem. San Francisco Alumni Asso- 
ciation; delegate national conven- 
tion, 1877, 1879; secretary national 
convention, 1879; business man- 
ager magazine, 1879-1880; frequent 
contributor to magazine; president 
Steiger Terra Cotta and Pottery 
"Works; mem. Sons of American 
Revolution, Colonial Governors; m. 
Isabella Baxter Richardson, 1882. 
Address, 2150 Santa Clara Ave., 
Alameda, Calif. 

DEPUTY, Earl Whedon; secretary 
Cincinnati Alumni Association; Phi 
Kappa Psi; ed. nt Ohio Wesleyan 
University, 1908; initiated by Ohio 
Alpha chapter, Feb. 19, 1907; chap- 
ter chaplain; mem. and secretary 
Cincinnati Alumni Association; 
bond salesman for Stacy & Braun. 
Address, 6213 Madison Road, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

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Francisco Alumnae chapter of Gam- 
ma Phi Beta; ed. University of Cali- 
fornia, 1911; initiated by Eta chap- 
ter, 1907; president of the chapter; 
mem. Collegiate Alumni Associa- 
tion; treasurer of Gamma Phi Beta 
Hall Association; mem. of various 
committees; art student. Address, 
2514 Etna St., Berkeley, Calif. 

DEWITT, John Hebbett; former na- 
tional president of Phi Delta Theta; 
mem. Phi Delta Phi; ed. at Vander- 
bilt University, 1894; initiated by 
Tennessee Alpha chapter, 1891; 
president of chapter; mem. Nash- 
ville Alumni Association; delegate 
to national conventions, 1894, 1896, 
1900, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908, 1910; 
province president, 1898-1900; editor 
the "Scroll," 1904-1906; treasurer of 
the General Council, 1900-1904; edi- 
tor-in-chief of "Palladium," 1904-06; 
editor of Year Book, 1907; attorney- 
at-law ; mem. Masonic order, Knights 
of Pythias; m. Rebeca Ward, 1899. 
Address, 904-6-8 Stahlman Bldg., 
Nashville, Tenn. 

DICKOVER, Georgia Alberta; grand 
historian of Alpha Gamma Delta; 
ed. Syracuse University, 1907; ini- 
tiated by Alpha chapter, 1904; char- 
ter mem.; president of the chapter; 
edited chapter history; mem. New 
York Alumnae Association and 
Wilkes Barre College Alumni Asso- 
ciation; province inspector; asso- 
ciate editor of the "Quarterly"; edi- 
tor-in-chief; edited Alpha Kamma 
Delta History, directory, 1912, con- 
vention minutes; contributed to 
Banta's Greek Exchange and "Cres- 



cent" of Gamma Phi Beta; delegate 
to national conventions of 1907, 
1909, 1911; delegate to grand coun- 
cil meetings of 1912 and to district 
conventions of 1909 and 1911; 
teacher and Y. W. C. A. volunteer 
worker. Address, 18 W. Ross St., 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

DIM MICK, Anna Morris; Gamma Phi 
Beta; ed. at Goucher College, 1899; 
initiated by Zeta chapter, Nov., 
1895; editor of "The Crescent"; 
mem. Pan Hellenic Association of 
Cleveland and mem. executive 
board; teacher Central High School, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Address, 2057 E. 
88th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

DOAN, Fletcher W.; Kappa of Gamma 
chapter; Sigma Chi; ed. at Ohio 
Wesleyan University, 1867; initi- 
ated by Gamma chapter, 1865; mem. 
Phoenix Alumni chapter; lawyer; 
associate justice Supreme Court of 
Arizona, 1897-1912; m. Anna Mur- 
ray, 1873. Address, 1009 8th St., 
Douglas, Ariz. 

DODD, Louis Frederic; treasurer and 
member executive council; Alpha 
Delta Phi; ed. at Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1895; initiated by Manhattan 
chapter, 1889; chapter president; 
chairman executive council, 1911- 
1913; delegate national conventions 
1895, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913; delegate 
inter-fraternity conference, 1912; 
lawyer; m. Florence H. de Bary, 
Dec., 1897. Address, 52 Broadway, 
New York City. 

DOLE, Charles Sumner; Beta Theta 
Pi, Phi Delta Phi; ed. at Leland 
Stanford Junior University, 1899; 



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initiated by Lambda Sigma chapter, 
1894; mem. Territory of Hawaii Al- 
umni Association; delegate national 
convention, 1897; lawyer. Address, 
P. O. Box 125, Lihue, Hawaii. 

DONNELLY, Emmett A.; member of 
the executive committee of the Col- 
lege Fraternity Reference Bureau; 
Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Phi; 
served as province president for Phi 
Gamma Delta; national secretary of 
Phi Delta Phi; lawyer. Address, 
Wells Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis. 

DOOLITTLE, Lewis Joseph; province 
president; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
ed. Cornell University, 1893; initi- 
ated by New York Alpha, 1892; emi- 
nent archon of chapter; president 
New York Alumni Association; 
province president; delegate na- 
tional conventions 1892, 1893, 1894, 
1906, 1909, 1910, 1912, 1914; special- 
ist patent and trade-mark law; vice 
president and director Hygienic 
Soap Granulator; mem. Masons, 
Shrine, Elks; m. Minnie Randall, 
1898. Address, 2 Rector St., New 
York City. 

DOUGLAS, Hamilton; past grand con- 
sul and mem. of grand council of 
Sigma Chi; ed. University of Mich- 
igan, 1887; initiated by Theta The- 
ta chapter, 1878; grand consul of the 
chapter; delegate to national con- 
ventions of Sigma Chi at Chicago 
1882, Cincinnati 1907; Chicago 1909, 
Pittsburgh, 1911, Oxford, 1913; was 
chairman of committee for frater- 
nity defense Mississippi case; 
lawyer; practiced in Atlanta, Ga., 
twenty-eight years; dean of Atlanta 



Law School; mem. Masons and Odd 
Fellows and held the following offi- 
ces in Knights of Pythias: Grand 
chancellor for state of Georgia for 
one year, supreme representative' of 
Georgia for twelve years, supreme 
tribune for Georgia; visited all na- 
tional conventions of Knights of 
Pythias for past twenty-five years; 
m. Corinne Williams, Aug. 13, 1886, 
at Wyoming, la. Address, Atlanta 
National Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

DOW, Hiram Millett; Phi Kappa Psi; 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. at Washington 
and Lee University, 1908; initiated 
by Virginia Beta chapter of Kappa 
Psi, 1906; charter member Tucker 
chapter Phi Delta Phi; grand proe- 
drus of chapter; delegate national 
convention Washington ; delegate 
district convention, Vanderbilt, 
1908; vice-president and organizer 
Pecos Valley Pan-Hellenic Associa- 
tion, 1908; lawyer, firm of Dow and 
Fort; former city attorney of Ros- 
well and author city manager ordi- 
nance; Thirty-Second Degree Ma- 
son; mem. B. P. O. E.; m. Ella Lea 
Bedell, Aug. 8, 1913, at Roswell, 
N. M. Address, 702 North Richard- 
son, Roswell, N. M. 

DOWNEY, David George; Delta Kap- 
pa Epsilon; ed. Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1884; initiated by Gamma Phi 
chapter, 1880; mem. of the council 
of Delta Kappa Epsilon and editor 
of the "Quarterly," 1889-1891; book 
editor for the Methodist Episcopal 
Church; m. Lillian M. Terrill, June 
2, 1887. Address, 150 5th Ave., New 
York City. 



LEADING GREEKS 



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DRAKE, George B.; chief of third 
province of Alpha Tau Omega; mem. 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. University of 
Colorado, 1905; initiated by Colo- 
rado Gamma Lambda chapter of 
Alpha Tau Omega, Oct. 29, 1902; 
chaplain of the chapter; contributed 
to fraternity magazine; mem. Colo- 
rado Alumni Association of Alpha 
Tau Omega; attorney at law. Ad- 
dress, 307 Foster Bldg., Denver, 
Colo. 

DRAKE, Kate Calkins; Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. Albion College, 1902; 
initiated by Beta chapter, Oct., 1897; 
president of the chapter; mem. Alpha 
Alpha and Chicago Alumnae Asso- 
ciation; grand president, 1902- 
1906; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Boston, 1900; m. Rollin L. 
Drake, Delta Upsilon, Oct. 20, 1909. 
Address, 2002 Proctor St., Port Ar- 
thur, Texas. 

DRAKE, Tracy C.; president North- 
western Alumni Association of Del- 
ta Kappa Epsilon; ed. at Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute, 1886; initiated 
by Psi-Omega chapter, 1882; presi- 
dent national convention of 1884; 
delegate to fifteen national conven- 
tions; mem. of national council; 
contributed to song book and "Quar- 
terly" of Delta Kappa Epsilon; dele- 
gate to Chicago Greek conference of 
1913; mem. committee on anti-fra- 
ternity legislation; president of the 
Drake Hotel Co., owners and opera- 
tors of the Blackstone Hotel, Chica- 
go. Address, The Blackstone Hotel. 
Chicago, 111. 

DRISCOLL, James Gwynne; Beta 



Theta Pi; ed. at Wittenberg College, 
1905; initiated by Alpha Gamma 
chapter, Sept. 22, 1902; vice-presi- 
dent of chapter; attended national 
conventions, 1903, 1904, 3909; at- 
tended district conventions, 1903, 
1904; secretary of Wittenberg Alum- 
ni Association Beta Theta Pi, 1908- 
14; with the Safety Emory Wheel 
Co., Springfield, Ohio; mem. Ma- 
sonic lodge and A. A. O. N. M. S.; 
m. Vera Isabel Rose Nov. 28, 1910, 
Address, 1114, So. Fountain Ave., 
Springfield, Ohio. 

DRISKELL, William Emmett; supreme 
sentinel; Xi Psi Phi; ed. at North 
Pacific College, 1914; initiated by 
Alpha Epsilon chapter, 1912; chief 
herald of chapter; mem. National 
Alumni Association of Xi Psi Phi; 
delegate national convention Minne- 
apolis, Feb., 1914, and elected su- 
preme sentinel; dentist. Address, 
856-7 Morgan Bldg., Portland, Ore. 

DUDLEY, Mrs. Margaret Henderson; 
Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. University 
of California, 1903; initiated by Sig- 
ma chapter, Nov., 1907; contributed 
to the fraternity magazine; presi- 
dent of San Francisco Alumnae 
chapter; chairman of committee to 
investigate and consider alumni 
work; assistant business manager of 
the fraternity magazine; m. Cap- 
tain C. D. Dudley, U. S. A., Aug. 29, 
1901. Address, 2655 Wakefield Ave., 
E. Oakland, Calif. 

DUFFEY, Agnes; grand treasurer of 
Sigma Iota Chi; ed. Brenau Col- 
lege, 1911; initiated by Nu chapter, 
1909; president of the chapter; con- 



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tributed to fraternity magazine; 
mem. Georgia State Alumnae Asso- 
ciation; district representative; dele- 
gate to national convention at Cin- 
cinnati, 1911; elected national presi- 
dent at age of 19 and served three 
terms; did special work in reorgani- 
zation of Sigma Iota Chi; delegate 
to Junior Pan-Hellenic Congress of 
1914; student and teacher of his- 
tory. Address, Morrow, Ga. 

DUGAN, Frank Clarke; Kappa Sigma; 
ed. University of Kentucky, B. C. E. 
1910, C. E. 1913; initiated by Beta 
Nu chapter, Sept. 21, 1907; grand 
procurator of chapter; mem. board 
of trustees, chapter house fund of 
Beta Nu; assistant vice-president; 
executive committee of Louisville 
alumni chapter for twentieth bien- 
nial grand conclave at Louisville, 
Ky., 1912; engineer, division of sew- 
erage, Cincinnati, Ohio. Address, 
2205 Park Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

DUGGAR, Ida Morgan; president 
province Beta; Kappa Delta; ed. at 
Florida State College, 1905; initi- 
ated by Kappa Alpha chapter, Nov. 
4, 1904; mem. Tuscaloosa alumni 
chapter, 1908-1909, Mobile alumni 
chapter since 1910; president Beta 
province, 1913-1915; home maker; 
m. Dr. Llewellyn Duggar, Dec. 10, 
1907. Address, 104 Rapier Ave., 
Mobile, Ala. 

DUNCAN, Francis Ralph Emerson; 
associate editor of "Phi-Chi Quar- 
terly"; mem. Kappa Sigma Pi; ed. 
Chicago College of Medicine and 
Surgery, 1914; initiated by Phi Sig- 
ma chapter; presiding senior of 



chapter; alternate to national con- 
vention, 1913; organizer and secre- 
tary and treasurer of first Phi Chi 
Alumni Association; Phi Sigma 
chapter; author of Quarterly and 
Directory tax laws for Phi Chi; pub- 
lished the "Uniform System" in 
loose leaf form, installed it in sev- 
eral chapters and edited the articles 
published in the quarterly on "Uni- 
form Accounting" ; superintendent of 
"The Ralph Sanitarium"; mem. Ma 
sons. Address, 529 Highland Ave., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

DUNCAN, Grace Alexander; editor-in- 
chief of "The Lamp" of Delta Zeta; 
ed. in Indiana University, 1912; ini- 
tiated by Epsilon chapter, Jan. 8, 
1909; president of chapter, 1911; 
delegate to national convention in 
1910; one of founders of Alpha 
graduate chapter in Indianapolis; 
formerly teacher at Shortridge high 
school; m. Frank P. Duncan (Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon), Jan. 7, 1914. Ad- 
dress, Cloverdale, Ind. 

DUNCAN, John Le Roy; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. at Emory College, 1902; 
initiated by Georgia Epsilon, Sept., 
1899; eminent archon of chapter; 
member Atlanta Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate district convention, 
Macon, 1900; delegate national con- 
vention Washington, D. C., 1902; 
contributor to Phi Alpha; secre- 
tary W. S. Duncan Co.; Thirty-Sec- 
ond Degree Mason, Shriner; m. Obie 
Martha McKenzie, Nov. 14, 1911. 
Address, 18 S. Butler St., Atlanta, 
Ga. 

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state alumni; Xi Psi Phi; ed. at 
Lincoln Dental Colleg (Nebraska); 
initiated as one of the organizers and 
charter members, Dec. 15, 1905; 
grand senior of chapter; mem. and 
president Nebraska Alumni Associ- 
ation of Xi Psi Phi; dentist; mem. 
B. P. O. E., I. O. 0. F.; m. Jasmine 
Sherradin, Pi Beta Phi. Address, 
212 Brown Block, Omaha, Nebr. 

DUNN, Florence Elizabeth; Sigma 
Kappa; ed. Colby College, 1896; in- 
itiated by Alpha chapter, Nov., 1892; 
president of the chapter; wrote sev- 
eral songs and contributed poems to 
fraternity magazine; mem. Water- 
ville Alumnae chapter; grand presi- 
dent, 1904-1906; delegate as officer 
to national conventions of 1904, 
1905, 1906. Address, 40 College 
Ave., Waterville, Maine. 

DUPIN, Eugene A.; associate editor of 
the "Masque" of Kappa Psi; ed. 
Columbia University, 1903; initiated 
by Gamma chapter, Oct., 1901; con- 
tributed to the fraternity magazine; 
charter member of New York Alum- 
ni chapter; delegate to national con- 
vention at New York City, 1905; 
physician; formerly assistant chem- 
ist New York Health Department; 
graduate Bellevue Hospital, New 
York, and demonstrator Fordham 
University. Address, 565 W. 144th 
St., New York City. 

DURhAM, Knowlton; chief of second 
district of Beta Theta Pi; ed. Colum- 
bia University, 1901; initiated by 
Columbia chapter, Dec. 23, 1898; 
president of the chapter; one of the 
organizers and first president of the 



Beta Theta Pi Club of New York 
City; mem. Columbia University 
Club; delegate to several district 
conventions and to national conven- 
tion of 1900 at Put-in-Bay; lawyer; 
office 49 Wall St., residence 1 Gram- 
mercy Park, New York City. 

DuTEIL, Bertha; Delta Delta Delta; 
ed. University of Nebraska, 1898; 
initiated by Kappa chapter, 1898; 
contributed to "Greek Exchange"; 
member University of Nebraska Al- 
umni Association; national treas- 
urer, 1908-1912; delegate to national 
conventions of 1900, 1902, 1908, 1910, 
1912. Address, 2005 South St., Lin- 
coln, Nebr. 

DYER, Isadore; regent; Sigma Nu; 
ed. at University of Virginia, Tulane 
University, Yale University; initi- 
ated by Beta chapter, Jan., 1888; 
chapter commander; mem. New Or- 
leans alumni chapter; editor song 
book; regent, 1904-1906; physician; 
dean Tulane Medical School; editor 
"New Orleans Medical and Surgical 
Journal," editor "American Journal 
of Tropical Diseases"; ex-president 
of Orleans Parish Medical So- 
ciety, Louisiana State Medical So- 
ciety, Southern Medical Association, 
New Orleans Academy of sciences; 
ex-vice-president American Medical 
Association; president, 1914-1915, 
Association of American Medical Col- 
leges; advisory counsel of the sim- 
plified spelling board; m. Mercedes 
Pliarae, 1905. Address, 2222 Pryta- 
nia St., New Orleans, La. 

DYER, Samuel; registrar; Lambda 
Chi Alpha; ed. at University of 



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Maine, 1912; initiated by Beta Zeta 
chapter, March 28, 1913; chapter 
president; mem. Providence, R. I., 
Alumni Association; business man- 
ager board of publications; civil en- 
gineer, Attleboro Sewer Department. 
Address, 48 Hodges St., Attleboro, 
Mass. 



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EAGLESON, Stuart; former presi- 
dent Phi Gamma Delta; ed. at 
Wooster College, 1891; initiated by 
Rho Deuteron chapter, Sept. 25, 
1887; chapter presiding officer; 
mem. Detroit graduate chapter; del- 
egate nineteen national conventions 
and numerous district conventions; 
section chief Ohio and Western 
Pennsylvania for thirteen years; 
representative Ginn & Co., text 
books; mem. Sons of American Rev- 
olution, Masons; m. Blanche M. Kel- 
ley, 1895. ' Address, 2301 Prairie 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

EARDELEY, William Applebie; na- 
tional president of Alpha Chi Rho; 
ed. at Trinity College, Hartford, 
Conn., 1896; M. A., 1899; one of the 
founders of the Phi Psi or mother 
chapter at Trinity College; secre- 
tary of chapter; delegate to national 
conventions; founded the Brooklyn 
chapter and the University of Penn- 
sylvania chapter of Alpha Chi Rho; 
mem. of Phi Omega Alumni Asso- 
ciation; mem. of New York Alumni 
Association of Alpha Chi Rho; pro- 
fessional geneologist and publisher 
of family geneologies; mem. Penn- 
sylvania Historical Society of Phil- 



adelphia; mem. Long Island His- 
torical Society in Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
life member of Old North West Ge- 
neological Society. Address, Post- 
office Box 91, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EARLE, William H.; graduate secre- 
tary of Alpha Chi Rho, 1909-1914; 
ed. Syracuse University, 1909; ini- 
tiated by Phi Epsilon chapter, 1906; 
president of the chapter; contributed 
to fraternity magazine; active in 
organizing building association to 
build chapter house; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1908, 1910, 
1911, 1912, 1913, 1914; assistant en- 
gineer with Rochester Railway and 
Light Co.; mem. Pi Phi Chi; m. 
Leah B. Dumpsey, June 20, 1914. 
Address, 233 Rosewood Terrace, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

EATON, William Robb; alumni secre- 
tary of Kappa Sigma; ed. Denver 
University, 1909; initiated by Beta 
Omicron chapter, March 9, 1907; 
grand treasurer of the chapter; 
president of the Alumni Association 
of the Denver Law School; presi- 
dent of Denver Alumni Association 
of Kappa Sigma; alumni secretary 
of national organization, 1912 to 
date; delegate to district conventions 
of 1908, 1909 and later and alumni 
secretary; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1908, 1910, 1912; lawyer; 
adjutant of First Squadron Cavalry, 
N. G. C., 1903 and 1904; district dep- 
uty attorney, Denver, 1910-1913; 
member Blue Lodge and Capitular 
Masonic orders; m. Leila S. Carter, 
Sept. 16, 1909. Address, 1124-6 
First National Bank Bldg.; resi- 



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dence 1316 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 
Colo. 

EBERSOLE, Morris R.; chief of tenth 
district Beta Theta Pi; ed. Univer- 
sity of Cincinnati and Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1898; initiated by Beta Mu 
chapter, 1895; mem. song book com- 
mittee; mem. Chicago Alumni Asso- 
ciation; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1897 at Niagara Falls, N. Y.; 
engaged in advertising business; 
mem. Chicago University Club; m. 
Adeline M. Scannell, 1905. Ad- 
dress. 307 William St., River Forest, 
111. 

EDLUND, Roscoe Claudius; graduate 
editor; Alpha Chi Rho; ed. at Cor- 
nell University, 1909; initiated by 
Phi Theta chapter, May, 1908; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa, Dalta Sigma Rho; 
chapter recorder; president Phi The- 
ta building association, which is a 
corporation owning the chapter 
house; editor chapter periodical, 
1912-1913; mem. Alpha Chi Rho 
Club of New York; delegate to na- 
tional conventions, 1910, 1913, 1914; 
graduate editor of "Garnet and 
White"; assistant of general director 
of Russell Sage Foundation; secre- 
tary to President Schurman of Cor- 
nell from graduation until 1912. 
Address, 105 East 22nd St., New 
York City. 

EDWARDS, Roger Saunders; secre- 
tary of Pittsburgh Alumni chapter 
of Sigma Chi; ed. Bucknell College, 
1904; initiated by Kappa chapter, 
June 15, 1901; delegate to national 
conventions at Detroit 1903, Pitts- 
burgh 1911; Pittsburgh sales man- 



ager of Power Specialty Co. Ad- 
dress 1001 Arrott Bldg., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

EHRENFRIED, Albert; chapter in- 
spector of Phi Rho Sigma; ed. at 
Harvard Medical School, 1905; ini- 
tiated by Nu chapter, 1902; secre- 
tary of chapter; president Boston 
Alumni chapter; surgeon, assistant 
surgeon Children's Hospital, Boston 
Consumptives Hospital, Mt. Sinai 
Hospital; assistant in anatomy, 
Harvard Medical School; assistant 
in surgery, Harvard Graduate 
School of Medicine; mem. Massa- 
chusetts Medical Society, Boston So- 
ciety for Medical Improvement, Bos- 
ton Surgical Society; president Old 
South Historical Society, Boston 
Club, Harvard Club"; m. Grace Wa- 
terman. Address, 362 Common- 
wealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

EIDLITZ, Robert James, chairman 
finance committee; Delta Upsilon; 
ed. at Cornell University, 1885; ini- 
tiated by Cornell chapter, 1881; 
chapter president; mem. New York 
Alumni Association; delegate na- 
tional convention, 1884; associate 
editor "Quarterly," 1885-1887, 1889- 
1895; chapter editor, 1884, "Quin- 
quennal; trustee of Delta Upsilon, 
1912; chairman finance committee, 
1914; general contractor; mem. firm 
Eidlitz & Son; m. Sadie Scott Boul- 
ton, June 5, 1890. Address, 30 E. 
47th St. ,New York City. 

EIDSON, Margaret Leigh; national 
treasurer; Phi Mu; ed. at Univer- 
sity of Tennessee, 1909; initiated by 
Kappa chapter, May 15, 1908; chap- 



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ter president; mem. Baltimore Al- 
umni Association; delegate national 
convention Macon, 1908, Niagara 
1913; business manager magazine, 
1910-1912; m. Charles G. Eidson, 
Kappa Sigma, Dec. 24, 1909. Ad- 
dress, College Green, Annapolis, Md. 

ELKIN, Archibald Bailey; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Phi Chi; ed. at Kentucky 
University, 1903; Atlanta Medical, 
1909; initiated by Kappa chapter of 
Pi Kappa Alpha, 1902; initiated by 
Sigma chapter of Phi Chi; chapter 
president; mem. Pi Kappa Alpha 
Alumni Association of Atlanta; del- 
egate national conventions 1908, 
1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914; 
province chief, 1910; Phi Chi; editor 
Phi Chi "Quarterly"; chairman exec- 
utive trustees; grand presiding senior 
Phi Chi, honorary life member; 
physician; mem. Shrine, Knights 
Templar; m. Amelia Sturgeon, Oct., 
1913. Address, Grand Bldg., At- 
lanta, Ga. 

ELLIOT, Frank M.; former grand con- 
sul, Sigma Chi, 1888-90; member of 
executive committee; ed. at North- 
western University, 1877; initiated 
by the Omega chapter, March 12, 
1873; consul of chapter; mem. Chi- 
cago Alumni Association; grand an- 
notation, 1884-86; history of Omega; 
real estate; president Evanston Hos- 
pital for 19 years; m. Annie D. Shu- 
man, November 13, 1878. Address, 
225 Lake St., Evanston, 111. 

ELLIOTT, Louise Monning; national 
historian; Phi Mu; ed. at Wesley an 
College, 1906; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, 1904; chapter president; 



national president, 1907-1913; dele- 
gate national conventions Macon, 
Memphis, Atlanta, Niagara Falls; 
contributor to Phi Mu publications; 
delegate National Pan-Hellenic Con- 
gress, 1912, 1913, 1914; m. Chad 
Perry Elliott, June 30 5 1914. Ad- 
dress, 1705 Tyler St., Amarillo, 
Texas. 

ELY, Birdean Motter; national secre- 
tary; Alpha Chi Omega; ed. at 
Baker University, 1907; initiated 
as charter member of Omicron chap- 
ter, 1907; mem. Alpha Alpha alum- 
nae chapter; delegate national con- 
vention Madison, 1912; national 
secretary; m. Charles E. Ely, 1909. 
Address, 5411 Blackstone Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

EMERSON, Robert Stephen; presi- 
dent founders corporation; Theta 
Delta Chi; ed. at Brown University, 
1897; initiated by Zeta chapter, 1893; 
mem. Rhode Island Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate national conventions, 
1895, 1896, 1900, 1902, 1904, 1908, 
1909, 1912, 1913; graduate treasurer 
grand lodge, 1909-1911; chairman 
standing committee on legislation; 
lawyer; mem. Masons, Royal Ar- 
canum; m. Marian Butter worth, 
Feb. 7, 1905. Address, 1030 Gros- 
venor Bldg., Providence, R. I. 

EMMETT, Arthur Donaldson; na- 
tional president of Phi Lambda Up- 
silon; ed. - University of Illinois, 
1901; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
1901; president of the chapter; 
mem. Sigma Xi, honorary; mem. 
University of Illinois Alumni Asso- 
ciation; national vice-president, 



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tional president; assistant chief in 
animal nutrition; m. Clara M. Bui- 
lard, 1910. Address, 608 W. Illinois 
St., Urbana, 111. 

ENNETT, N. Thomas; editor-in-chief 
of Phi Mu "Cerebrum"; ed. at Medi- 
cal College of Virginia, 1907; ini- 
tiated by Gamma chapter, 1904; arch 
aorta of chapter; mem. Richmond 
Alumni Association of Phi Mu; dele- 
gate to national conventions 1906, 
1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913; 
general secretary for several years; 
editor-in-chief of "Cerebrum" since 
its inception; practicing physician; 
mem. American Medical Association, 
Southern Medical Association, Tri- 
State Medical Association, Interna- 
tional School of Hygiene, American 
School of Hygiene, American Open 
Air School Association, Virginia 
Medical Society, Richmond Academy 
of Medicine and Surgery; medical 
director, Richmond public schools; 
associate editor "Old Dominion 
Journal of Medicine and Surgery"; 
instructor of pediatrics, Medical Col- 
lege of Virginia; m. Amy Conyers 
Tutwiler, Oct. 6, 1909. Address, 216 
E. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 

ENSIGN, Frank G.; Beta Theta Pi; 
ed. at Beloit College, 1900; initiated 
by Chi chapter, Dec. 18, 1896; mem. 
Boise, Idaho alumni chapter; dele- 
gate sixtieth national convention, 
1899, and secretary of that conven- 
tion; mem. committee for installing 
of chapter at University of Illinois; 
secretary Pan-Hellenic Association 
of Idaho; general agent National 
Surety Co.; m. Ann D. Plank, Kap- 



pa Kappa Gamma, Nov. 16, 1908. 
Address, Yates Bldg., Boise, Idaho. 

ERICSON, Lambert T; director of na- 
tional corporation of Delta Upsilon; 
ed. University of Illinois, 1904; ini- 
tiated by Illinois chapter; charter 
member of chapter; president of 
chapter; mem. Delta Upsilon Club 
of New York City; assistant super- 
intendent creosoting plant, Phila- 
delphia and Reading Railway; mem. 
Tau Beta Pi; m. Belle B. Garth, 
July 23, 1906. Address, 261 Or- 
chard St., Elizabeth, N. J. 

ERMOLD, Mark Atlee; past grand 
sage; Sigma Pi; ed. at Temple Uni- 
versity; initiated by Kappa chapter; 
chapter president; archon for state 
of Pennsylvania; delegate national 
conventions 1909, 1910, 1912; grand 
secretary, 1909-1910; grand sage, 
1910-1912; author of fraternity rit- 
ual revision in collaboration with 
Byron R. Lewis; delegate interfra- 
ternity conference, 1910, 1911, 1912, 
1913; general contractor; Mason; 
m. Edna Garrett Ermold. Address, 
73 Manhattan Bldg., 4th and Wal- 
nut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

ESHLEMAN, M. Burton; national sec- 
retary of Xi Psi Phi; ed. University 
of Buffalo, 1898; initiated by Mu 
chapter, 1898; charter member; past 
president of Buffalo Alumni Asso- 
ciation of Xi Psi Phi; past presi- 
dent of New York State Alumni As- 
sociation; past president of Univer- 
sity of Buffalo Alumni Association; 
national secretary, 1914-1915; chair- 
man of New York State Alumni As- 
sociation by-law committee; delegate 



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to district convention at Albany, 
N. Y., 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and to 
national convention at Toronto, 
Canada, 1912; dentist; worked on 
bill in the state legislature to ex- 
empt dentists from jury duty; sec- 
retary of advisory board to operate 
free dental dispensaries; m. Susan 
Bishop Holmes, 1902. Address, 170 
Hodge Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

ESTEP, Harvey Cole; editor of the 
"Bent" of Tau Beta Pi; ed. Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, 1908; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, 1908; mem. Sigma 
Xi, honorary; president of Cleveland 
Alumni Association, 1914; engineer- 
ing editor of "The Iron Trade Re- 
view" and associate editor "The 
Foundry; m. Helen de Camp Lynch, 
Feb. 17, 1909. Address, Penton, 
Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

ESTERLY, Virginia Judy; editor-in- 
chief national publications; Alpha 
Omicron Pi; ed. at University of 
California, 1906; initiated by Sigma 
chapter, 1905; chapter president; 
mem. San Francisco alumnae chap- 
ter; editor of "To Dragma"; house- 
wife; m. Ward B. Esterly, 1910. Ad- 
dress, 244 Alvarado Road, Berkeley, 
Calif. 

ESTES, Lillian; first historian of Phi 
Mu; ed. Wesleyan (Ga.) and Ran- 
dolph Macon Woman's College; in- 
itiated by Alpha chapter, 1904; sec- 
retary of the chapter; assisted in in- 
stalling chapter at University of 
Tennessee, also in organizing chap- 
ter at Randolph Macon: contributed 
to fraternity magazine; wrote sev- 
eral songs; delivered toasts and 



speeches at convention banquets; 
delegate to first national convention 
Norfolk, Va., 1908; delegate to City 
Pan-Hellenic Association; recording 
secretary for Nathaniel Macon chap- 
ter of Daughters of the American 
Revolution; mem. Pi; secretary so- 
ciety at Randolph Macon Woman's 
College. Address, 414 College St., 
Macon, Ga. 

EUSTIS, Ernest L.; worthy grand 
scribe for three years of Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. Tulane University. 1910; 
initiated by Louisiana Beta Epsi- 
lon chapter, Oct. 6, 1906; mem. 
Kappa Delta Phi and Omega Beta 
Delta; founder later of a prepara- 
tory fraternity; mem. Louisiana 
Alpha Tau Omega and Tulane Uni- 
versity Alumni Associations; civil 
engineer and deputy city surveyor; 
mem. firm of Eustis and Bres; m. 
Nell Bres, Sept. 29, 1910. Address, 
office, 302 Cotton Exchange BMg., 
residence 7500 Hampson St., New 
Orleans, La. 

EVANS, Ruth Pauline; second grand 
vice-president of Alpha Gamma 
Delta; ed. University of Washing- 
ton, 1912; initiated by Iota chapter, 
Feb. 25, 1911; vice-president of the 
chapter; contributed to fraternity 
magazine; mem. Seattle Alumnae of 
Alpha Gamma Delta; president of 
Delta province; domestic science 
teacher Stadium High School, Ta- 
coma, Wash. Address, 3216 North 
Stevens St., Tacoma, Wash. 

EVERETT, Wallace Washburn; Phi 
Gamma Delta; ed. University of 
California, 1897; initiated by Delta 



LEADING GREEKS 



Xi chapter, Sept. 3, 1893; vice-presi- 
dent of the chapter; mem. San 
Francisco Alumni Association; na- 
tional archon; delegate to national 
conventions of 1898, 1899, 3900, 
1901; publisher "Pioneer Western 
Lumberman" and "Pacific Coast 
Golf and Outdoor Sports"; mem. 
California Commandery Knights 
Templars; m. Jane F. Crellis, 1912. 
Address, 311 California St., San 
Francisco, Calif. 

EVERTON, Eliza M. Curtis; national 
president; Alpha Xi Delta; ed. at 
Lombard College, 1894; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, April 17, 1893, being 
one of the founders; chapter presi- 
dent; minister; three years state 
superintendent of suffrage work in 
W. C. T. U.; m. Rev. J. L. EVerton, 
Sept. 9, 1896. Address, Box 231, 
Clinton, N. C. 

EYSTER, Maude Stuart (Newell); 
vice-president Sigma alliance; Delta 
Delta Delta; ed. at Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1905; initiated by Sigma 
chapter, Jan. 24, 1902; chapter presi- 
dent; mem. of Sigma alliance; dele- 
gate national convention Galesburg, 
1904; contributor to magazine; m. 
John Bates Eyster, Aug. 3, 1911. 
Address, 417 West 121st St., New 
York City. 

F 

PAGAN, Frank Nelson; national sec- 
retary; Alpha Gamma Rho; ed. at 
Ohio State University, 1910; initi- 
ated by Beta chapter, Oct., 1906; 
ruler of chapter; delegate national 
convention, 1909; national secre- 



tary; assistant professor of horti- 
culture; m. Etta Wingate Jones, 
1912. Address, Holmes Bldg., State 
College, Penn. 

FAIR, Helen McClelland; grand ruler; 
Phi Mu Gamma; ed. at New Eng- 
land Conservatory of Music, 1913; 
initiated by Eta chapter, 1910; chap- 
ter president; delegate national con- 
vention Boston 1911, Old Point 
Comfort, 1913; chairman extension 
committee; author of song; teacher 
of piano in Owensboro Conservatory. 
Address Old Orchard, Harrisburg, 
Penn. 

FALK, Lester L.; Delta Kappa Epsi- 
lon; ed. at Brown University, 1906; 
initiated by Upsilon chapter, 1903; 
delegate national conventions, 1904, 
1905; mem. N. W. Alumni Associa- 
tion, Rhode Island Alumni Associa- 
tion; lawyer. Address, 134 S. La 
Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

FALL, Frank Andrews; Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. at Albion College, 1899; 
initiated by Michigan Beta Omicron, 
1895; worthy master of chapter; 
mem. New York Alumni Association ; 
delegate to national convention, 
New Orleans, 1898; contributed to 
the "Palm" of A. T. O.; bursar New 
York University since 1905; m. 
Nella B. Ramsdell, June 27, 1906. 
Address, office, New York Univer- 
sity, Washington Square; residence, 
Colonial Heights, Bronxville, N. Y. 

FANNING, Clara Elizabeth; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; ed. University of 
Minnesota, 1901; initiated by Upsi- 
lon chapter, Oct. 2, 1897; treasurer 
of the chapter; edited chapter offl- 



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cer's handbook; edited convention 
daily of 1911; mem. New York Al- 
umnae chapter of Kappa Alpha 
Theta; president of Alpha district, 
1909-1911; editor of the "Kappa Al- 
pha Theta," 1905-1907; delegate to 
national conventions of 1903 and 
1904; editor of "Book Review Di- 
gest." Address, 39 Wamaroneck 
Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 

FARNHAM, Robert L.; life member 
of grand council; Sigma Chi; ed. at 
George Washington University, 
1864; initiated by Epsilon chapter, 
June 10, 1864; consul of chapter; 
mem. Washington, D. C., and Balti- 
more Alumni Associations; delegate 
national conventions, 1892, 1893; 
delegate many district conventions; 
grand consul, 1901-1902; president 
grand chapter, Indianapolis, 1892; 
vice-president Cincinnati, 1895; has 
been present at every initiation of 
Epsilon chapter for last twenty-two 
years and delivered charge to can- 
didates; president Washington al- 
umni chapter; contributor to maga- 
zine; retired physician; m. E. 
J. Lowry, Nov. 22, 1875. Address, 
1774 You St., Washington, D. C. 

FARR, Finis King; Kappa Sigma; ed. 
Cumberland University, 1889; initi- 
ated by Theta chapter, Nov. 7, 1887; 
grand master of the chapter; fre- 
quent contributor to the "Caduceus" 
of Kappa Sigma; mem. Cincinnati 
Alumni Association; national offices, 
W. G. M. C. 1892-1894, editor 1904- 
1906, W. G. M. 1906-1908, D. G. M. 
1900-1904; delegate as alumnus to 
national convention of 1894 and as 



officer from 1900 to date; professor 
in Lane Theological Seminary 
(Presbyterian) ; m. Ethel Rose 
Riley, June 5, 1901. Address, 5 
Lane Seminary Place, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

FARR, Roy John; Acacia, Delta Theta 
Phi; ed. at Stanford University, 
1912; initiated by Beta chapter of 
Acacia, 1909; chapter president; or- 
ganizer and secretary of Acacia Al- 
umni Association of Southern Cali- 
fornia; contributor to magazine; at- 
torney-at-law. Address, 716 Mer- 
cantile Trust Bldg., Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

FAUNCE, William H. P.; called first 
meeting of the inter-fraternity con- 
ference at New York; Delta Upsilon; 
ed. Brown University; delegate to 
several inter-fraternity conferences; 
president of Brown University since 
1899. Address, Providence, R. I. 

FAWSETT, Charles Emerson; inspec- 
tor Chi chapter; Phi Chi, Phi Rho 
Sigma; ed. at University of Pitts- 
burgh, 1909; initiated by Beta Kap- 
pa chapter of Phi Chi 1903, by Chi 
chapter of Phi Rho Sigma 1905; 
chapter inspector; mem. Alumni As- 
sociation; inspector Chi chapter at 
present time; physician; graduate 
in pharmacy; mem. Masons, Royal 
Arcanum; m. Bess O. Bosmeyer, 
June 20, 1907. Address, 157 Poto- 
mac Ave., Domont, Pittsburgh, 
Penn. 

FAY, Roland Cecil; grand vice-presi- 
dent; Acacia; ed. at Kansas Uni- 
versity 1909, Leland Stanford Jr. 
University, University of California, 



LEADING GREEKS 



85 



1912; initiated by Kansas chapter, 
Oct., 1906; chapter secretary and 
editor; delegate national conven- 
tions 1910, 1911, 1912; grand treas- 
urer, 1913-1914; served on committee 
of two to revise constitution and by- 
laws; contributor to magazine; at- 
torney; prosecuting attorney John- 
son County, Kansas; mem. Masons, 
Shrine. Address, Olathe, Kans. 

FELDMAN, Abraham; mem. national 
executive committee of Alpha Phi 
Sigma; ed. University of Southern 
California, medical department; in- 
itiated by Zeta chapter, June, 1913; 
vice-president of the chapter; mem. 
Phi Pi Mu; wrote poem for frater- 
nity magazine; mem. of Associate 
Alumni of College of City of New 
York; medical student; taught in 
schools of New York City for one 
year, 1910. Address, 324 Branch 
St. Los Angeles, Calif. 

FENN, Charles Hawley; past worthy 
grand master; Alpha Tau Omega; 
ed. at Albion College, Michigan Uni- 
versity; initiated by Michigan Beta 
Omicron chapter, Oct., 1890; chap- 
ter worthy master; mem. New York 
City and Seattle Alumni Associa- 
tions; delegate national conventions 
Chicago, New York, Pittsburgh, At- 
lanta; delegate many district con- 
ventions; president New York City 
Alumni Association; delegate inter- 
fraternity conference at University 
Club, New York City, 1905. Ad- 
dress, Prince George Hotel, New 
York City. 

FENTON, Polly; editor of "Alpha Xi 
Delta"; ed. at University of Wiscon- 



sin, 1906; at Wisconsin Library 
School, 1909; initiated by Theta 
chapter, Jan. 6, 1906; editor of "Al- 
pha Xi Delta," 1911 and 1914; dele- 
gate to Chicago Greek conference, 
1913; delegate to editors' conference 
at Chicago, October, 1913; mem. 
American Library Association; 
mem. Asso. Collegiate Alumnae; 
cataloguer in Milwaukee public li- 
brary. Address, 179 12th St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

FERGUSON, Mrs. Helen M. Dodge; 

one of four founders of Gamma Phi 
Beta; ed. Syracuse University, 1876; 
mem. Alpha chapter; founded sor- 
ority, Nov. 11, 1874; president of the 
chapter; contributed to the "Cres- 
cent" of Gamma Phi Beta; mem. 
Syracuse University Alumnae Asso- 
ciation and Syracuse Alumnae 
chapter of Gamma Phi Beta; aided 
in designing pin, selecting mottoes, 
colors, etc.; formulated first initia- 
tion ritual and in building chapter 
house at Syracuse University; 
drafted the first constitution, wrote 
first song book and edited the fol- 
lowing two editions; engaged in 
benevolent work and traveled in 
Europe, Africa and Asia; mem. 
Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion, New Century Club of Utica, 
N. Y.; m. Rev. J. V. Ferguson, Oct. 
12, 1886. Address, 1116 Brincker- 
hoff Ave., Utica, N. Y. 

FERGUSON, Jeremiah Sweetser; 
worthy grand master of Kappa Sig- 
ma; ed. University of Maine, 1889; 
initiated by Psi chapter, 1888; wor- 
thy grand master of the chapter; 



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mem. Alpha Omega and Alpha Sig- 
ma Xi; contributed to fraternity 
magazine; mem. New York Alumni 
Chapter; W. G. M. of District I and 
later of district II of Kappa Sigma; 
delegate to numerous district con- 
ventions; national offices held, W. 
G. M. C., W. G. P., W. G. M.; dele- 
gate to many national conventions; 
delegate to all inter-fraternity con- 
ferences; physician; mem F. and A. 
M. and R. A. M. and Knights Tem- 
plars; A. O. M. S.; m. Mabel E. Cur- 
rier, June 19, 1893. Address, 330 W. 
28th St., New York City. 

FERGUSSON, Erna Mary; national 
secretary of Phi Mu; ed. University 
of New Mexico, 1912; initiated by 
Xi chapter, 1911; chapter president; 
province president. Address, 1345 
Fifth St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

FERRIS, Albert Warren; ex-trustee; 
Delta Upsilon; ed. at New York Uni- 
versity, 1878; initiated by New 
York chapter, Sept., 1874; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa; chapter president and 
trustee; mem. New York Delta Up- 
silon Club; delegate national con- 
vention, 1876; vice-president, 1882 
and 1903; president District III 
two years; aided in establishing 
Columbia chapter; contributor to 
magazine; author Delta Upsilon 
songs; superintending director for 
the commissions of the New York 
State Reservation at Saratoga 
Springs; medical editor "The New 
International Encyclopedia and Year 
Book; consultant Italian Hospital, 
New York City, Binghamton (N. Y.) 
gtate Hospital and Saratoga, Hos- 



pital; mem. Saratoga County and 
New York State Medical Societies, 
New York Academy of Medicine, 
New York Neurological Society, 
American Medico-Psychological As- 
sociation and Saratoga Springs Med- 
ical Society; president New York 
State Commission in Lunacy, 1907- 
1912; senior resident physician Glen 
Springs Sanitarium, Watkins, N. Y., 
1912-1913; chairman section on 
psychiatry and neurology, New 
York Academy of Medicine; m. Ju- 
liet Anne Gavrette, 1897. Address, 
Reservation Commission, Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y. 

FERRIS, Margareth Sheppard; Delta 
Gamma; ed. Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1900; initiated by Sigma chap- 
ter, Oct., 1896|; president of the 
chapter; mem. Omega Psi; mem. 
Spokane Alumni Asociation of Delta 
Gamma, Association of Collegiate 
Women, College Club of Spokane; 
national grand treasurer; attended 
five national conventions; delegate 
to Inter-Sorority Conference for five 
years; m. Harold G. Ferris, July 29, 
1911. Address, 407 E. 16th St., 
Spokane, Wash. 

FIEKER, Theodore; Tau Kappa Ep- 
sllon; ed. at Illinois Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1912; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, 1908; chapter president; 
mem. Bloomington alumni chapter; 
delegate district conference Decatur, 
1909, Lake Forest 1910; delegate na- 
tional convention, 1911; contributor 
to magazine; superintendent of 
schools. Address, Lexington, 111. 

FIELD, Mrs. Elizabeth Belle Edwards; 



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past grand president of Alpha Phi; 
ed. Northwestern University, 1889; 
initiated by Beta chapter, June, 
1885; president of the chapter; pres- 
ident Chicago Alumni Association; 
grand president of Alpha Phi, 1908- 
1910; chairman of extension com- 
mittee; delegate to national conven- 
tions at De Pauw, 1890; parlia- 
mentarian for Madison chapter, 
1908; Christian Science practi- 
tioner; m. Howard Field, June 12, 
1890. Address, 913 Central Ave., 
Wilmette, 111. 

FINK, Emanuel Bernard; Alpha Phi 
Sigma; ed. at University of Chicago, 
1914; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
1909; chapter oracle; mem. grand 
chapter, 1912; delegate national con- 
vention, 1913; bacteriologist, state 
hygienic laboratory, West Virginia 
University. Address, Box 436, Mor- 
gantown, W. Va. 

FIRKINS, I na; Delta Gamma; ed. Uni- 
versity of Minnesota, 1888 initiated 
by Lambda chapter, 1884; affiliated 
with Lambda Nu chapter; presi- 
dent of latter chapter; contributed 
to "Anchora" of Delta Gamma; 
mem. Lambda Nu Alumni chapter; 
editor of "Anchora," 1888-1897; 
wrote History of Delta Gamma; 
delegate to national convention of 
1893, 1895, 1897 and 1907; delegate 
to Pan-Hellenic Convention at Chi- 
cago, 1893; reference librarian, Uni- 
versity of Minnesota; compiler of 
"Index to Short Stories." Address, 
1528 4th St., S. E., Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

FISCHER, Ernst J. C.; national chan- 



cellor; Lambda Chi Alpha; ed. at 
Cornell University, 1910; initiated 
by Omicron Zeta chapter, Mar. 7, 
1912, being a charter member of 
local; national chancellor; contrib- 
utor to magazine; delegate inter- 
fraternity conference, New York, 
1914; manager, Star Electric Fuze 
Works of Wilkes-barre, Penn.; 
mem. F. & A. M.; m. Maty V. Hor- 
ton at Covert, N. Y. Address, 261 
Pierce St., Kingston, Penn. 

FISHER, Harry Linn; national secre- 
tary of Phi Lambda Upsilon; ed. 
Columbia University, and Williams 
College; initiated by Gamma chap- 
ter, April, 1910; councilor of the 
chapter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa and 
Sigma Xi; instructor in chemistry, 
Columbia University; m. Nellie E. 
Andrews, June 7, 1910. Address, 
Columbia University, New York 
City. 

FITCH, Alice Rakestraw, (Mrs. J. B.) ; 
Kappa Delta; ed. Illinois Wesleyan 
University, 1911; initiated by Omi- 
cron chapter, March, 1908; president 
of the chapter; secretary and treas- 
urer of Bloomington Alumnae Asso- 
ciation of Kappa Delta; assistant 
editor-in-chief of "Angelos" of Kappa 
Delta; also alumnae editor; dele- 
gate to national convention at 
Louisville; husband in Dairy De- 
partment of Kansas State Agricul- 
tural College; m. James Burgess 
Fitch, Dec. 26, 1912. Address, 1605 
Humboldt St., Manhattan, Kans. 

FITCH, Clara Gattrell Lynn; chair- 
man Theta service bureau; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; ed at Kansas Uuiver- 



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sity 1899; initiated by Kappa 
chapter, November, 1895; chapter 
president; organizer of Kansas City 
alumnae chapter; chairman nomi- 
nating committee two conventions; 
delegate Beta district convention, 
1898; attended national convention, 
1897, 1911, 1913; contributor to 
magazine; mother, clubwoman, suf- 
fragist; m. George Fitch, Oct. 5, 
1904. Address, 2406 Main St., 
Peoria, 111. 

FITCH, Rachel Louise; editor of "Tri- 
dent"; Delta Delta Delta; ed. at 
Knox College, 1902; initiated by 
Epsilon chapter, Nov. 6, 1899; chap- 
ter president; editor "Trident," 
1905-1915; vice-president Beta pro- 
vince, 1904-05; delegate national 
convention, Boston 1902, Galesburg 
1904, Evanston 1905, Madison 1909, 
Syracuse 1906, Lincoln 1908, Evans- 
ton 1910, Columbus 1912; first busi- 
ness manager "Trident," 1905-1912; 
first visiting delegate to all chap- 
ters, 1905-07; chairman second song 
book committee, 1912; publisher 
catalogue, 1907, and of first history 
of Delta Delta Delta, 1907; chair- 
man examination committee; chair- 
man publication committee, 1910-12; 
installed 12 chapters; author songs; 
contributor to magazine; alternate 
delegate joint conference, Chicago, 
1913; alternate National Pan-Hel- 
lenic; chairman at editors' confer- 
ence, 1913; studying for Ph. D. at 
University of California. Address, 
Cambridge, 111. 

FITZPATRICK, Gilbert; former grand 
president of Phi Alpha Gamma; ed. 



Chicago Hahnemann Medical Col- 
lege, 1896; initiated by Eta-Lambda 
chapter, 1895; chancellor of the 
chapter; formerly president of Chi- 
cago Alumni chapter of Phi Alpha 
Gamma; managing editor of the 
"Quarterly** of Phi Alpha Gamma; 
editor-in-chief of second catalogue, 
history and directory; chairman of 
constitutional revision committee; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1901, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913; 
m. Elizabeth Sanford, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 122 S. Michigan Ave., Chica- 
go, 111. 

FLINT, Harrold Pierce; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon, Delta Theta Phi; ed. at 
Illinois Wesleyan University and 
Northwestern Law School; initiated 
by Alpha chapter of Tau Kappa 
Epsilon, October, 1909, by Wigmore 
senate chapter of Delta Theta Phi, 
November, 1912; chapter president; 
mem. Chicago Alumni chapter of 
Tau Kappa Epsilon and organizer 
of an alumni chapter; delegate na- 
tional convention, 1909, 1911, 1912 
of Tau Kappa Epsilon 1913, of Delta 
Theta Phij contributor to maga- 
zine; newspaper business; m. Irene 
Smith, Aug. 10, 1912. Address, 
Lincoln, 111. 

FLORY, Walter LeRoy; district chief, 
1906-1910 of Beta Theta Pi; ed. Den- 
ison University, 1903 and Yale Law 
School ; initiated by Alpha Eta chap- 
ter, 1899; president of the chapter; 
mem. Phi Delta Phi; contributed to 
Beta Theta Pi magazine and presi- 
dent of Cleveland Alumni Associa- 
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national conventions; lawyer; mem. 
American Bar Association; mem. 
firm of Thompson, Dine & Flory; 
m. Julia Hall McCune, 1908. Ad- 
dress 1239 Engineers Bldg., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

FLOWERS, Marcella Hamilton Good- 
rich; Alpha Phi; ed. at Goucher 
College, 1904; initiated by Zeta 
chapter, Nov. 25, 1900; chapter 
president; attended national conven- 
tion, Syracuse, 1900; delegate New 
York 1906, Baltimore 1910; mem. 
Detroit Alumni chapter; committee 
of one on uniform badge, 1904; cus- 
todian of badge, 1904-1909; busi- 
ness manager Alpha Phi "Quarter- 
ly," 1910-1913; contributor to 
magazine; author Alpha Phi songs; 
alumnae delegate local Pan-Hellenic 
Association 1912-1914; m. Herbert 
Baker Flowers, Zeta Psi, Apr. 21, 
1909. Address, 3008 N. Calvert St., 
Baltimore, Md. 

FOLLETTE, Alfred Dewitt; past grand 
president; Alpha Sigma Phi; ed. at 
Marietta College, 1876, initiated by 
Delta chapter, Sept., 1872; H. S. P. 
of chapter; past grand president; 
lawyer; mem. Masons, B. P. O. E.; 
m. Lulu Hopkins, June 14, 1881. 
Address, 312 Putman St., Marietta, 
Ohio. 

FOLLIN, Gerald Webb; national vice- 
president of Tau Kappa Alpha and 
national secretary of Sigma Upsi- 
lon; ed. Vanderbilt University, 1914; 
initiated by Vanderbilt chapter of 
Tau Kappa Alpha, 1909, and Calu- 
met chapter of Sigma Upsilon, 1912; 
president of both chapters; national 



treasurer of Tau Kappa Alpha, 
1911-1912; delegate to national con- 
ventions of T. K, A. in 1911 and in 
S. U., 1912; lawyer; mem. Knights 
of Pythias; m. Grace Cleveland, 
1913. Address, Fort Worth, Texas. 

FORBES, Morris H.; secretary Salt 
Lake alumni chapter; Beta Theta 
Pi; ed. at University of Utah, 1905; 
initiated by Gamma Beta chapter, 
Oct. 25, 1913; chapter president; 
founder Utah chapter; mem. Salt 
Lake Alumni Association; delegate 
as petitioner to national conven- 
tions, 1909, 1913; assistant engineer 
O. S. L. R. R.; m. July 30, 1907. 
Address, 11 Princeton Apts., Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 

FORCE, John Nivison; graduate fel- 
low; Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. at 
University of California, B. S. 1898, 
M. D. 1901, M. S. 1910; initiated by 
Sigma chapter, Dec. 7, 1899; chapter 
president; proposed design of flag; 
sanitarian; assistant professor of 
epidemiology, University of Califor- 
nia; mem. Military Order Loyal Le- 
gion of U. S.; m. Grace Ethel Wick- 
son, Sept. 12, 1912. Address, 2631 
Derby St., Berkeley, Calif. 

FOREMAN, Lauren; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at Emory College, 1901; 
initiated by Georgia Epsilon chap- 
ter, Sept. 18, 1898; eminent archon 
of chapter; mem. Atlanta Alumni 
Association; president province 
Gamma; delegate national conven- 
tion, Atlanta, 1906; delegate prov- 
ince convention Macon 1901, Colum- 
bus 1903; contributor to magazine; 
publicity agent Southern Railway 



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Co.; m. Sept. 18, 1898. Address 
Southern Railway Bldg., Atlanta Ga. 

FOSS, Wedell; Kappa Sigma, Phi 
Delta Phi; ed. at University of Cali- 
fornia 1907, University of Washing- 
ton 1910; initiated by Beta Psi chap- 
ter of Kappa Sigma, June 1, 1908; 
worthy grand master of Kappa Sig- 
ma; delegate national convention 
New York City, 1910, of Phi Delta 
Phi, and chairman committee on 
ritual revision; specialist in ad- 
miralty law, staff officer Naval Mili- 
tia of Washington. Address, Fi- 
delity Bldg., Tacoma, Wash. 

FOSTER, Irving Lysander; Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. Brown University, A. B. 
1893, A. M. 1894; initiated by 
Rhode Island Alpha of Phi Delta 
Theta chapter, Oct., 1891; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi; 
chapter recorder of Phi Delta 
Theta; established Pennsylvania 
Theta chapter; vice-president Alpha 
province, 1905-1907, and president, 
1907-1911; presided at district con- 
ventions, 1907-1909; delegate to na- 
tional conventions, 1906, 1908, 1910; 
contributor to magazine; professor 
of romance languages, Pennsylvania 
State College; joint author and co- 
laboratory of four books being ele- 
mentary French grammars and read- 
ers; mem. Modern Woodmen of 
America, P. O. S. of A., Grange, 
Royal Neighbors; secretary board of 
trustees of the State College Presby- 
terian Church; m. Nellie O. Patter- 
son, 1898. Address, 140 S. Pugh 
St., State College, Penn. 

FOSTER, John Harold; national vice- 



president of Theta Chi; ed. Norwich 
University, 1903; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, 1899 ; presiding officer of the 
chapter; mem. Alpha Zeta; editor 
of the "Rattle" of Theta Chi; profes- 
sor of forestry, N. H. State College; 
mem. Masons, Thirty-Second Degree. 
Address, New Hampshire College, 
Durham, N. H. 

FOSTER, Kate Brown; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; ed. University of Califor- 
nia, 1902; initiated by Sigma chap- 
ter, 1907; president of San Fran- 
cisco Alumnae Association of Alpha 
Omicron Pi; contributed to frater- 
nity magazine; exchange editor, 
1910-1915; examining officer; repre- 
sentative in alumni Pan-Hellenic; 
mem. of various committees; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1908, 
1910, 1912; school teacher. Address, 
2717 Hillegas Ave., Berkely, Calif. 

FOSTER, Mary Stuart; Delta Gamma; 
ed. University of Wisconsin, 1894; 
initiated by Omega chapter, Dec. 6, 
1890; president of the chapter; na- 
tional treasurer, 1897-1901; assisted 
in preparing directory, 19Q6; refer- 
ence librarian of Wisconsin State 
Historical Society; mem. Colonial 
Dames of America, Order of Scalpees 
of King Philip's War. Address, 111 
West Gilman St., Madison, Wis. 

FOULK, Thomas Bond; Phi Kappa 
Sigma; ed. at West Virginia Uni- 
versity and Columbia University; 
initiated by Alpha Gamma chapter, 
spring of 1904; mem. New York 
City Alumni Association of Phi Kap- 
pa Sigma; delegate national con- 
vention Pittsburgh, 1909; chapter 



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visitor; contributor to magazine; 
lawyer; mem. Masons, Elks. Ad- 
dress Morgantown, W. Va. 
FOX, Dixon Ryan; national secretary, 
Alpha Chi Rho; ed. at Columbia 
University, 1911; initiated by Phi 
Omega, Dec. 19, 1908; delegate na- 
tional conventions, 1912, 1914; col- 
lege instructor. Address, Hamil- 
ton Hall, Columbia University, New 
York City. 

PRANKISH, Ellen Huntlngton; presi- 
dent of Omaha Alumnae Club of 
Delta Delta Delta; ed. University of 
Nebraska, 1897; initiated by Kappa 
chapter, Nov., 1894; secretary of the 
chapter; charter member and organ- 
izer of chapter; published sorority 
directory; national grand marshal; 
delegate to national convention at 
Minneapolis, Minn.; teacher in 
Omaha High School. Address, 1523 
South 25th St., Omaha, Nebr. 
FRASER, George Enfield; grand presi- 
dent; Acacia, Phi Alpha Delta, Alpha 
Kappa Psi; ed. at University of Wis- 
consin, 1912; initiated by Wiscon- 
sin chapter, 1910 Acacia; delegate 
national conventions 1912, 1913, 
1914; grand treasurer, grand vice- 
president; contributor to magazine; 
delegate inter-fraternity conference, 
1913, 1914; professor; certified pub- 
lic accountant. Address, 1104 Illi- 
nois St., Urbana, 111. 
FRASER, Mllford Orley; Xi Psi Phi; 
ed. at University of Iowa, 1901; in- 
itiated by Epsilon chapter, Oct., 
1899; chapter president; mem. Ne- 
braska Alumni Association; helped 
organize Xi chapter at Lincoln Den- 



tal School; president Southern Dis- 
trict Alumni Association, 1909; presi- 
dent Nebraska Alumni Association, 
1913; practicing dentist, professor 
and demonstrator Lincoln Dental 
College, 1902-1908; mem. B. P. O. E.; 
m. Myrtle Gay Boyd, 1901. Address, 
1105 O St., Lincoln, Nebr. 

FRAYSER, Benjamin Hobson; Chi 
Zeta Chi, Pi Delta Pi, Kappa Phi; 
ed. at Baltimore Medical College and 
Tennessee Medical College, M. D. 
1909; graduate in pharmacy, Uni- 
versity of South; grand Alpha, Pi 
Delta Pi, 1902-1906; grand beta, Pi 
Delta Pi, 1906, 1914; acting bursar 
Chi Zeta Chi, 1907; grand moder- 
ator, Kappa Phi, 1909-1912; chief of 
Zeta province Chi Zeta Chi, 1908- 
1909; business manager Chi Zeta 
Chi "Medical Record," 1906-1907; 
associate editor Chi Zeta Chi "Medi- 
cal Record," 1900-1914; organizer 
Phi chapter of Chi Zeta Chi; re-es- 
tablished Theta Nu chapter at Uni- 
versity of South; founded Kappa Phi 
fraternity in University of South; 
assisted in founding Phi Alpha Phi 
in University of Tennessee, which 
became Tennessee Alpha of Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; author "The Origin 
and Development of American Fra- 
ternities," "Life of Dr. J. Ansley 
Griffin," founder of Chi Zeta Chi; 
district physician of Las Cascadas, 
Panama Canal Zone, and on surgical 
staff of Ancon Hospital, afterward 
detailed to Hospital Santo Tomas, 
Panama City; first lieutenant in 
M. R. C., United States Army; au- 
thor "The Operative Treatment of 



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Epididymitis." Address, Foreign, 
Ancon Hospital, Canal Zone, Pana- 
ma; home, 1105 W. Clinch St., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 

FREEMAN, Davis; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at University of Georgia, 
1883; initiated by Georgia Beta, 
March, 1880; eminent archon of 
chapter; mem. Savanah Alumni As- 
sociation; editor S. A. E. "Record," 
1885; attended national convention 
Louisville 1883, Athens 1884; judge 
city court of Savannah; mem. 
Masons, Odd Fellows; m. Nellie B. 
Parrish, Jan. 17, 1894. Address, 
residence, 101 East 31st St., office, 
County Court House, Savannah, Ga. 

FREIDAY, Jacob A.; vice-president; 
Delta Upsilon; ed. at University of 
Rochester, 1871; initiated by Roch- 
ester chapter, 1867; vice-president, 
1869-1870; helped organize Delta Up- 
silon chapter, University of Wash- 
ington; delegate to national conven- 
tion Brown University and Western 
Reserve University; financial agent; 
missionary India nine years; inter- 
preter for British army that de- 
throned and deported the last king 
of Burma and annexed his kingdom 
to the British empire; traveled ex- 
tensively; engaged in general invest- 
ment business; m. Sarah M. Gates, 
1875. Address, 316 South Eye St., 
Tacoma, Wash. 

FRENCH, vyilliam Henry; president 
of the national body of Delta Upsi- 
lon; ed. Cornell University, 1873; 
initiated by Cornell chapter, 1871; 



high private of the chapter; con- 
tributed to the Delta Upsilon "Quar- 
terly"; president of Chicago Delta 
Upsilon Club; mem. of Cornell Uni- 
versity Alumni Association; alumni 
trustee Cornell University; delegate 
to national convention at San Fran- 
cisco, Calif.; m. Olive Helen Walter, 

1895. Address, office, 717 S. Dear- 
born St., Chicago, 111.; residence, 
221 S. East Ave., Oak Park, 111. 

FREY, Morris F.; grand praetor of 
second province of Sigma Chi; ed. 
University of Virginia, 1904; initi- 
ated by Psi chapter, Nov. 2, 1901; 
consul of the chapter; former presi- 
dent of Washington, D. C., Alumni 
chapter; grand praetor of second 
province, 1911-1913; 1913-1915; trus- 
tee Psi Chapter House Association, 
1911 to date; delegate to national con- 
ventions at Detroit, 1903 and Pitts- 
burgh, 1911; mem. Phi Delta Phi; 
lawyer; m. Ruth M. Helen, Oct. 8, 
1913. Address, Metropolitan Bank 
Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

FULLILOVE, Sanford Christian; 
knight commander; Kappa Sigma 
(South); ed. at Centenary College 

1896, Columbia University 1901, Tu- 
lane 1902, George Washington Uni- 
versity; initiated by Alpha Iota 
chapter, 1892; affiliated with Alpha 
Nu and Psi chapters; mem. Shreve- 
port alumni chapter; delegate 
twenty-fifth national convention; 
knight commander; lawyer; mem. 
Elks, W. O. W.; m. Amanda String- 
fellow, Jan. 11, 1905. Address 
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G 



GABEL, Marie; Alpha Gamma Delta; 
ed. at University of Washington, 
1914; initiated by Iota chapter, 1911; 
first vice-president of chapter; mem. 
Iota Alumni Association of Alpha 
Gamma Delta newspaper work; at 
present studying for M. A. degree at 
Washington University. Address, 
6012 32nd St., N. E., Seattle, Wash. 

GADDIS, Libbey Brook; a founder of 
Pi Beta Phi; ed. Monmouth College, 
1870; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
founded 1867; president of the chap- 
ter; mem. Galesburg, 111., Alumnae 
Association; founded first chapter 
Iowa Wesleyan University, Mt. 
Pleasant, Iowa; m. John H. Gaddis, 
Feb. 24, 1880. Address, 1005 S. 5th 
St., Champaign, 111. 

GAESSELER, William George; na- 
tional secretary; Phi Delta Chi; ed. 
at Ohio State University, 1911; in- 
itiated by Xi chapter, Dec., 1908; 
chapter president; mem. Phi Delta 
Chi Alumni Association; delegate 
national convention New York 1910, 
Columbus, Ohio, 1914; national sec- 
retary-treasurer, 1913-1914; chapter 
installing officer, 1912-1914; contrib- 
utor to magazine; assistant chief 
chemist Iowa State College Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station; Mason. 
Address, Iowa State College, Ames, 
Iowa. 

GALBRAITH, Mary Wyatt; editor of 
"Themis"; Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. at 
University of Tennessee, 1909; ini- 
tiated by Zeta chapter, Nov. 23, 1907; 
chapter secretary. Address, Gal- 
braith Springs, Tenn. 



GAMBLE, Robert Bruce; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. at Allegheny College, 
1893; initiated by Pennsylvania 
Omega chapter, 1890; eminent arch- 
on of chapter; physician and sur- 
geon; mem. Masons, B. P. O. E., 
I. O. 0. F.; m. Nella W. White, July 
5, 1900. Address, 917 Dramond 
Park, Meadville, Penn. 

GANTER, Carl R.; secretary of ex- 
ecutive council of Alpha Delta Phi 
since 1901; ed. Kenyon College, 
1899; LL. B. Columbia Law School, 
1902; initiated by Kenyon chapter, 
1895; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; dele- 
gate to all five inter-fraternity con- 
ferences at New York City; law- 
yer. Address, 136 W. 44th St., New 
York City. 

GANTT, Nicholas J.J Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at Vanderbilt University, 
1903;, initiated by Tennessee Nu, 
Sept. 29, 1900; eminent archon of 
chapter; delegate province Epsilon 
convention Birmingham, 1901; dele- 
gate national convention Washing- 
ton, 1902; lawyer; firm Coleman and 
Gantt; mem. Masons, B. P. O. E. 
Address, 615 Citizens Bank Bldg., 
Pine Bluff, Ark. 

GARDNER, Charles Bradley; Delta 
Tau Delta; ed. University of Illinois, 
1906; initiated by Beta Upsilon 
chapter, 1903; mem. Sigma Xi and 
Phi Lambda Upsilon; president of 
Chicago Alumni chapter of Delta 
Tau Delta; delegate to district con- 
ventions at Chicago, 1908, 1909, 1910, 
and to national convention at Pitts- 
burgh, 1913; chemist and superin- 
tendent; m. Bessie Barker, Oct. 1, 



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1913. Address, 815 W. 78th St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

GARLINGTON, Samuel Fleming; Sig- 
ma Nu; ed. at South Carolina Mili- 
tary Academy, 1890; initiated by 
Tau chapter; mem. Augusta alumni 
chapter; attorney-at-law; mem. 
Georgia Legislature, 1909-1916; mem. 
Eagles, K. oil P., Beavers, Owls, 
I. O. O. F.; m. Mary Cozart, Wash- 
ington, Ga. Address, Augusta, Ga. 

GARNER, Susie; custodian of the 
stationery of Phi Mu; ed. Belmont 
and Randolph-Macon Colleges, 1913; 
initiated by Theta chapter, 1909; 
affiliated with Lambda chapter; pres- 
ident of the chapter; founder of 
Lambda chapter; president of R. M. 
W. C., Pan Hellenic; secretary of 
Alabama Alumnae Association; 
mem. Randolph-Macon Alumnae As- 
sociation; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1911 and 1913. Address, 
Ozark, Ala. 

GARRISON, Anna Mills; secretary of 
education board of Delta Province of 
Delta Delta Delta; ed. De Pauw Uni 
versity, 1910; initiated by Delta Al- 
pha chapter, 1908; vice-president of 
the chapter; president of Delta Al- 
pha alliance; teacher of English. 
Address, 314 N. East St., Greenfield, 
Ind. 

GARTEN, Blanche; Delta Gamma; 
ed. University of Nebraska, 1897; 
initiated by Kappa chapter, Nov. 2, 
1893; contributed to the "Anchora" 
of Delta Gamma; mem. Kappa The- 
ta Alumnae Association of Lincoln, 
Nebr.; national president, 1902-1905; 
chairman of national scholarship 



fund committee; delegate to na- 
tional convention at Cornell Univer- 
sity, 1897; delegate to National Pan- 
Hellenic Council. Address, 1213 H 
St., Lincoln, Nebr. 

GATES, M. Hawley; secretary Little 
Rock alumni chapter; Kappa Sigma, 
Chi Zeta Chi; ed. at University of 
Arkansas and University of Georgia, 
1912; initiated by Xi chapter of 
Kappa Sigma, June, 1910; mem. Lit- 
tle Rock Alumni Associations of 
Kappa Sigma and Chi Zeta Chi; del- 
egate national convention Chi Zeta 
Chi, 1912; physician and surgeon. 
Address, 407 S. Trust Bldg., Little 
Rock, Ark. 

GAUS, Daisy; Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. 
at Vassar, A. B. 1900, Columbia, 
A. M. 1901, New York University, 
LL.B. 1904, LL.M. 1906, J. D. 1912; 
initiated by Nu chapter, Jan., 1904; 
chapter secretary-treasurer, 1904- 
1906; chapter business manager of 
"To Dragma"; contributor to "To 
Dragma"; admitted to the bar of 
New York state, June, 1904; inter- 
ested in social work; secretary- 
treasurer Kings County Hospital so- 
cial service committee; mem. New 
York City visiting committee of the 
State Charities Aid Association. 
Address, 497 Halsey St., Brooklyn, 
New York. 

GAUSS, Harry; Alpha Phi Sigma; ed. 
Rush Medical College, University of 
Chicago; initiated by Gamma chap- 
ter, B. S. 1913, M. D. 1915; oracle of 
the chapter; grand scribe; editor of 
the "Journal," 1912-1913, 1913-1914; 
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tee and constituional amendment 
committee; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1912, 1913; delegate to 
Inter-Medical Fraternity Associa- 
tion at Chicago, 1914; physician. 
Address, Rush Medical College; res- 
idence, 2516 Wilson Ave., Chicago, 
111. 

GAVIN, James L.; general treasurer 
of Beta Theta Pi; ed. De Pauw Uni- 
versity, 1896; initiated by Delta 
chapter, 1892; president of the chap- 
ter; district chief; delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1895; lawyer; 
mem. Masons; m. Florence G. At- 
kins, 1905. Address, 1012 Hume- 
Mansur Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. 

GAZLAY, William S.; chairman of en- 
dowment fund committee of Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. Northwestern 
University, 1904; initiated by Illi- 
nois Psi-Omega chapter, 1900; re- 
corder of chapter; director and sec- 
retary of Illinois Psi-Omega Build- 
ing Association; former president of 
Evanston Alumni Association of Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon; mem. Chicago 
Alumni Association, Northwestern 
Alumni Association; mem. Deru, 
University Club of Chicago; chief 
clerk of valuation department of en- 
gineering department of C. & N. W. 
Ry. and C. St. P. M. & O. Ry. work- 
ing on federal valuation; m. Vir- 
ginia E. Miller, Kappa Alpha Theta, 
1906. Address, home, 5416 Sheri- 
dan Rd.; office, 226 W, Jackson 
Blvd., Chicago, 111. 

GERRI8H, Harry Eldon; secretary 
board of directors Minneapolis Delta 
Upsilon Club, Inc.; Delta Upsilon; 



ed. at University of Minnesota, 
1905; initiated by the Minnesota 
chapter, 1901; chapter president; 
mechanical engineer; president Mor- 
gan-Gerrish Co.; mem. Shrine, 
Knights Templars. Address, 822 
Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 

GETCHELL, Merle Smith; second vice- 
president; Delta Upsilon; ed. Colby 
College, 1893; initiated by Colby 
chapter, 1889; president Delta Up- 
silon Club of Boston; secretary of 
national convention; national sec- 
ond vice-president; head master 
Brockton High School; mem. F. and 
A. M., I. O. O. F., N. E. A.; m. Lil- 
lian M. Thurston, July 30, 1895; 
Address, 164 Belmont St., Brockton, 
Mass. 

GETZ, Carl Henry; vice-president Sig- 
ma Delta Chi, Delta Upsilon, Phi 
Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha 
Delta Sigma; ed. at University of 
Washington, 1913; initiated by Wash- 
ington chapter of Delta Upsilon, 
Dec., 1910, by Zeta chapter of Sigma 
Delta Chi; chapter vice-president; 
mem. Puget Sound Delta Upsilon 
Club; delegate national convention 
of Delta Upsilon 1912, of Sigma Del- 
ta Chi 1913; at present editor of 
Sigma Delta Chi "Quarterly"; as- 
sistant professor of journalism, Uni- 
versity of Montana. Address, Uni- 
versity of Montana, Missoula, Mont. 

GIBSON, Mary Cornelia; Sigma Iota 
Chi; ed. Ward Seminary, 1908; ini- 
tiated by Gamma chapter, 1905; 
president of the chapter; contributed 
to fraternity magazine and wrote 
several songs; mem. Alpha Gamma 



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Alumni Association of Sigma Iota 
Chi; national vice-president, 1908, 
1909; national president, 1909, 1910, 
1911; vice-president, 1914;' installed 
two chapters; delegate to national 
conventions of 1908, 1914; musician. 
Address, 12 Evelyn Court, Nashville, 
Tenn. 

GIBSON, Mary Wallihan; Pi Beta 
Phi; ed. at University of Denver, 
A. B. 1904, A. M. 1905; initiated by 
Colorado Beta chapter, Nov. 7, 1910; 
chapter vice-president; mem. Den- 
ver and Cleveland Alumni Associa- 
tions; province alumni secretary, 
1908-1912; an organizer and first 
president of Cleveland Pan-Hellenic 
Association; housewife; m. Alfred 
Ernest Gibson, Aug. 26, 1910. Ad- 
dress, 2245 E. 82nd St., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

GIBSON, Robert, Jr.; president of 
board of trustees of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. University of the South, 
1887; initiated by Tennessee Omega 
chapter, 1884; eminent recorder of 
the chapter; mem. New York City 
Alumni Association; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Nashville, At- 
lanta and Atlantic City; lawyer; m. 
Grace Dewellyn Jones, Aug. 15, 1908. 
Address, 14 Wall St., New York City. 

GIFFIN, Charles Wallace; correspond- 
ing secretary;. Sigma Tau; ed. Kan- 
sas State College; initiated by Epsi- 
lon chapter, Dec. 1, 1913; chairman 
of ritual publication; mem. commit- 
tee for revision of national constitu- 
tion; delegate national convention at 
Lincoln, Nebr., 1914; student of me- 



chanical engineering. Address, 930 
Humboldt St., Manhattan, Kans. 

GIFFIN, Nathan Ford; worthy grand 
chief; Alpha Tau Omega; ed. at St. 
Lawrence University, 1895; initi- 
ated by New York Alpha Omicron, 
Sept., 1891; mem. New York Alumni 
Association; chief of Province V, 
1911-1912; delegate to national con- 
vention, 1894; worthy grand chief, 
1912; delegate inter-fraternity con- 
gress, 1912, 1913; delegate inter- 
fraternity conference Chicago, 1913, 
which established the College Fra- 
ternity Reference Bureau; attorney- 
at-law, firm of Giffin and Hannon. 
Address, 115 Broadway, New York 
City. 

GILLETTE, Edwin Fraser; vice-presi- 
dent executive council of Tau Beta 
Pi; Theta Xi, Tau Beta Pi; ed. at 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 
1884; Armour Institute of Technol- 
ogy B. S., 1906; initiated by Alpha 
chapter of Theta Xi 1880, by Illi- 
nois Beta chapter of Tau Beta Pi, 
April 6, 1906; delegate national con- 
ventions Theta Xi, 1882, 1883, 1884; 
editor of "Catalogue" of Theta Xi, 
1892; charter member of Illinois 
Beta chapter of Tau Beta Pi and its 
first president; delegate to national 
convention of Tau Beta Pi, Ithaca, 
1914; editor "The Bent," 1907-1908; 
vice-president executive council, 
1913-1914; author of Tau Beta Pi 
poem and song; delegate to inter- 
fratemity conference Chicago, 1913; 
m. Mabel Hyde, Oct. 27, 1902. Ad- 
dress 8 So. Dearborn St., Chicago, 
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OILMAN, Fred Hayward; Delta Tau 
Delta; ed. at University of Minne- 
sota, 1890; initiated by Beta Eta 
chapter, 1887; an organizer and 
president of Puget Sound Alumni 
Association; delegate to district con- 
vention; manager Pacific coast de- 
partment of American Lumberman; 
Thirty-Second Degree Mason, Shrin- 
er; m. Grace E. Merrifield. Ad- 
dress, 1040 Henry Bldg., Seattle, 
Wash. 

GILMORE, Agnes May; custodian of 
th,e badge of Sigma Kappa; ed. Bos- 
ton University, 1909; initiated by 
Delta chapter, Nov., 1905; president 
of the chapter; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; secretary and president of 
Boston Alumnae Chapter of Sigma 
Kappa; delegate to national conven- 
tion in 1908 at Syracuse University; 
chairman of local Pan-Hellenic at 
College; assistant principal at Read- 
ing, Penn. High School and head of 
shorthand and typewriting depart- 
ment; mem. Ladies of G. A. R. and 
Daughters of Veterans. Address, 
684 Western Ave., W. Lynn, Mass. 

GILMORE, Helen Frances; editor of 
"Triangle"; Sigma Kappa; ed. at 
Boston University, 1910; initiated by 
Delta chapter, Feb., 1907; president 
Boston alumni chapter; editor-in- 
chief of the "Triangle"; teacher; 
head of German department, Wake- 
field (Mass.) High School; mem. 
Ladies of the G. A. R. Address, 684 
Western Ave., W. Lynn, Mass. 

GLAZEBROOK, Larkin White; Alpha 
Tau Omega; ed. University of the 
South, 1881; initiated by Tennessee 



Omega chapter, 1880; mem. District 
of Columbia Alumni Association; 
published and edited three fraternity 
directories; worthy grand chief, 
1894-1900; worthy grand keeper of the 
annals, 1900-1912; delegate to na- 
tional conventions from 1894-1912; 
physician and surgeon since 1890; 
m. Jane T. Cox, Jan. 9, 1895. Ad- 
dress, 2022 P St., Washington, D. C. 

GLAZEBROOK, Otis A.; a founder of 
Alpha Tau Omega; ed. Virginia 
Military Institute; founded Alpha 
Tau Omega at the Virginia Military 
Institute in 1865; for thirty-five years 
a member of the high council of 
Alpha Tau Omega; for twenty-nine 
years the chairman of the same; 
clergyman. Address, Wykagyl Park, 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 

GODDARD, Sara Charlotte; chairman 
of undergraduates aid fund of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1906-1916; ed. 
Butler College, 1903; initiated by Mu 
chapter, Oct., 1899; president of the 
chapter; contributed to the Key of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; mem. Den- 
ver Alumnae Association; grand 
president of deputy convention, 
1906; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1900 at Columbus, Ohio; m. 
Richard Hewitt Goddard, July 15, 
1908. Address, 1100 Colfax Ave., 
Denver, Colo. 

GOECKEL, Henry Joseph; grand his- 
torian and editor; Kappa Psi; ed. at 
New College of Pharmacy, 1904; in- 
itiated by Gamma chapter, 1902; or- 
ganizer and past regent New York 
graduate chapter; exchange editor 
"Mask," 1908-1909; editor, 1906-1908; 



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editor "The Agora," 1906 and 1913; 
organized and installed Beta Delta 
chapter at Union University; revised 
the present ritual and drew up by- 
laws for subordinate chapters which 
are now in force; chairman Gamma 
prize committee; pharmacist; foun- 
der of Goeckel Laboratory for Exam- 
ination of Foods, Drugs, etc. Ad- 
dress, Ferry Point Road, Westches- 
ter, New York City. 

GOES, Arthur A.; former general sec- 
retary of Delta Kappa Epsilon; ed. 
at University of Chicago, 1908; ini- 
tiated by Delta Delta chapter, Feb- 
ruary, 1905; delegate to annual na- 
tional convention at Louisville, Ky.; 
vice-jpresident of Chicago Alumni 
Club, 1912-13; secretary-treasurer of 
Delta Kappa Epsilon Auxiliary As- 
sociation, 1909-14; western general 
secretary, 1913: mem. national coun- 
cil, 1913-14; delegate to Chicago 
Greek Conference, 1913; lithograph- 
er; vice-president of Goes Lithog- 
raphy Company and secretary-treas- 
urer of Krohmer Co.; m. Mary A. 
McCarthy, June 12, 1913. Address, 
42 West 61st St., Chicago, 111. 

GOESSELE, Ruth Joyce; Kappa Delta; 
ed. at Northwestern University, 
1914; initiated by Lambda chapter, 
June, 1910; mem. Chicago Alumnae 
Association; delegate national con- 
vention, 1914. Address, 2715 Mil- 
dred Ave., Chicago, 111. 

GOLD, Pleasant D., Jr.; grand master 
of New York Alumni Association of 
Kappa Sigma; ed. University of 
North Carolina, 1898; initiated by 
Alpha Mu chapter, Sept., 1893; 



grand master of the chapter; district 
grand master of Carolinas District, 
1911-1913; delegate to national con- 
vention at Louisville, 1912 ; business, 
investment securities; mem. Masons, 
Shrine, Elks; m. Elizabeth Balsley, 
May 15, 1901. Address, Sherman 
Square Hotel, New York City. 

GOLDSMITH, Goldwin; Delta Upsi- 
lon; ed. Columbia University, 1896; 
initiated by Columbia chapter, 1892; 
president of the chapter; wrote a 
few songs and contributed to the 
fraternity magazine; mem. Delta 
Upsilon Club of New York City and 
Columbia University Alumni Asso- 
ciation; assistant editor of the Delta 
Upsilon "Quarterly," 1901; editor-in- 
chief, 1902-1907; mem. of executive 
council, 1907-1912; vice-president, 
1908-1910; president, 1910-1912; his- 
torian of the convention, 1903-1913; 
associate editor of "Quarterly," 1910- 
1914; revived Delta Upsilon Club of 
New York City; designed present 
pledge pin; attended all conventions 
from 1897 to 1913 as delegate or offi- 
cer; delegate to Inter-Fraternity 
Conference from first until 1912; 
practised architecture, New York 
City, 1897-1913; now professor and 
head of department of architecture, 
University of Kansas; m. Gertrude 
Sumner Johnson, 1896. Address, 
University of Kansas, Lawrence, 
Kans. 

GOLTRA, Sidney Ellison; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1915; initiated by Illinois 
Psi Omega, Feb. 22, 1912; librarian 
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Crow and French Club of North- 
western University; contributed to 
the "Record" of Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; attended installation of Wis- 
consin Phi chapter at Beloit College; 
delegate to national convention at 
Nashville, Tenn., 1912, and sergeant 
at arms at convention of 1914 at 
Chicago, 111.; clerk of the College 
Fraternity Reference Bureau; asso- 
ciate editor of the "Reference Bu- 
reau Bulletin." Address, 843 Jud- 
son Ave., Evanston, 111. 

GONSIOR, Albert; Chi Phi; ed. at 
University of Illinois, 1914; initiated 
by Sigma chapter, Oct., 1910; chap- 
ter treasurer; delegate national con- 
vention New York, 1914; with Chi- 
cago Telephone Co. Address, 3134 
Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 

GOODSON, Meta Tenley; Sigma Sig- 
ma Sigma; ed. at Randolph Macon 
Women's College, 1908; initiated by 
Gamma chapter, 1904; chapter presi- 
dent; served on directory committee; 
delegate to two national conventions 
inspector; chairman extension com- 
mittee; editor one number of "Tri- 
angle." Address, 502 East 1st North 
St., Morristown, Tenn. 

GOODWIN, Clarene La Rue; Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. at Indiana University, 
1883; initiated by Indiana Alpha, 
June, 1878; chapter president; mem. 
Indianapolis and Pittsburgh alumni 
chapters; delegate national conven- 
tion, Nashville 1884, Indianapolis 
1880; contributor to the "Scroll"; 
manufacturing lumberman; mem. 
F. and A. M.; m. Harriet A. Kuhns, 



Nov. 17, 1885. Address, Underwood 
Ave., Greensburg, Penn. 

GOODWIN, Julia Rogers; Phi Mu; ed. 

at Wesleyan Female College, 1910; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, Oct. 13, 
1906; chapter president; secretary 
Macon Alumnae Association; dele- 
gate national convention Jamestown, 
1907; assistant editor of "Aglaia"; 
contributor to "Aglaia"; mem. Pan- 
Hellenic Association. Address, 375 
College St., Macon, Ga. 

GORDON, Armistead Church; Chi Phi, 
Phi Beta Kappa; ed. University of 
Virginia, 1875; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, Sept., 1873 ; delegate several 
national conventions ; attorney-at- 
law; mem. Virginia State Bar Asso- 
ciation, American Bar Association, 
board trustees University of Vir- 
ginia, rector University of Virginia, 
1906; chairman state library board, 
1903; m. Maria Breckinridge Cat- 
lett, Oct. 17, 1883. Address, 405 E. 
Beverly St., Staunton, Va. 

GORDON, Charles Henry; treasurer 
general Phi Kappa Phi; Delta Tau 
Delta, Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi; ed. 
at Albion College, University of Chi- 
cago, Ph. D., 1895; initiated by Ep- 
silon chapter of Delta Tau Delta, 
1882, by Phi Kappa Phi 1908, by Sig- 
ma Xi 1902; established Beta Pi 
chapter at Northwestern; composer 
Delta Tau Delta song; treasurer gen- 
eral Phi Kappa Phi; professor geol- 
ogy and mineralogy, U. S. Geological 
Survey, 1905-1913; Thirty-Second 
Degree Mason, Shriner; m. Mary 
Hydorn, June 22, 1887. Address, 



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University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

GORRILL, William Henry;. Beta 
Theta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa; ed. at 
University of California, A. B. 1895, 
Harvard A. M. 1900; initiated by 
Omega chapter, 1891; mem. San 
Francisco alumni chapter; district 
chief, 1905-1909; delegate national 
convention Niagara Falls 1894, Den- 
ver 1906, Niagara Falls 1907; attor- 
ney-at-law; instructor in law Uni- 
versity of California, 1901-1905; m. 
Katherine C. Bunnell, March 5, 1908. 
Address, 821 First National Bank 
Bldg., San Francisco, Calif. 

GOSSARD, Charles O.; Sigma Chi: 
ed. at Kansas University, 1911; ini- 
tiated by Alpha Xi chapter, 1907; 
consul of chapter; secretary Kansas 
City Alumni Association; historian, 
chapter letters quarterly; treasurer 
Home Land Development Co. Ad- 
dress, 3703, Belleview Ave., Kansas 
City, Mo. 

GRABNER, Frederick Corning; execu- 
tive secretary of Sigma Chi; mem. 
Beta Pi Epsilon, Omega Sigma The- 
ta fraternities; ed. at Beloit College, 
1911; initiated by Alpha Zeta chap- 
ter, Jan. 19, 1909; pro consul of 
chapter; mem. San Francisco Alum- 
ni Association; mem. Chicago Alum- 
ni Association; delegate to two na- 
tional conventions; delegate to first 
meeting of fraternity secretaries, 
New York, July, 1914; executive sec- 
retary. Address, 606 South Michi- 
gan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

GRAFFERTY, Marian; Eta Upsilon 
Gamma; ed. Hardin College, 1914; 



initiated by Beta chapter, Nov. 16, 
1912; secretary of the chapter; con- 
tributed to fraternity magazine; 
president Kansas City Alumnae As- 
sociation. Address, 2805 Olive St., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

GRAHAM, Mary C.; Delta Delta Del- 
ta; ed. at University of Nebraska, 
1909; initiated by Kappa chapter, 
1910; mem. local Pan-Hellenic; dean 
of women, University of Nebraska. 
Address, Station A, Lincoln, Nebr. 

GRANER, Walter; national vice-presi- 
dent of Delta Sigma Phi; ed. Cum- 
berland University, 1913, 1914; ini- 
tiated by Omicron chapter; vice- 
president of the chapter; mem. Dallas 
Alumni Club of Delta Sigma Phi; 
delegate to national convention at 
New York City, Dec. 29, 1913; law- 
yer. Address, Y. M. C. A., Dallas, 
Texas. 

GRANT, Amandus Newton; Beta Theta 
Pi; ed. De Pauw University, 1874; 
University of Michigan, 1876; initi- 
ated by Delta chapter, 1872; affili- 
ated with Lambda chapter; mem. 
De Pauw and University of Michigan 
Alumni Associations; re-established 
two chapters; chief of district three 
years; general secretary, 1873, 1874; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1872, 1873, 1874; lawyer; grand mas- 
ter of I. O. O. F, 1887-1888; mem. 
Masons, Knights of Pythias, Ben 
Hur; m. Mary L. Darnall, 1876. Ad- 
dress, 434 Lemcke Bldg., Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. 

GRANT, Helen Hardie; Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. at Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1910; initiated by Gamma 



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chapter, 1907; chapter president; 
conducted investigation leading to 
the establishment of province gov- 
ernment; national secretary, 1911- 
1912; author two songs; contributor 
to magazine; m. Frederick C. Grant, 
1913. Address, 739 S. 3rd St., De 
Kalb, 111. 

GRANT, Justin Frank; grand regent; 
Kappa Psi; ed. at Yale University, 
Ph. B. 1898; Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity M. D. 1903, West Virginia Uni- 
versity, Atlanta College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons; initiated by Xi 
chapter, Nov. 28, 1908; affiliated Al- 
pha chapter; chapter grand regent; 
mem. Boston graduate chapter; del- 
egate North Atlantic province con- 
ventions, 1913, 1914; delegate na- 
tional convention, 1910; grand vice- 
regent, grand regent; instituted sev- 
eral chapters; contributor to 
"Mask"; in charge Boston depart- 
ment of experimental medicine, 
Parke, Davis and Co.; mem. Ma- 
sons; m. Emily Jenks Bray, Sept. 7, 
1904. Address, 15 Bellevue St., 
Tufts College, Mass. 

GRASS, Robert; chapter president; 
Delta Tau Delta; ed. at Leland Stan- 
ford, Jr., University, 1907; initiated 
by Beta Rho chapter, Oct. 8, 1904; 
mem. Puget Sound Alumni Associa- 
tion; founded Gamma Mu chapter at 
University of Washington; delegate 
national convention, Chicago Karnea; 
lawyer; deputy presecuting attorney 
for King county; served two terms 
in state legislature. Address, Elk 
Club, Seattle, Wash. 



GRAVES, F. Stuart; custodian, grand 
executive council; Nu Sigma Nu; ed. 
at Syracuse University, 1911; initi- 
ated by Mu chapter, 1906; delegate 
national conventions 1908, 1910, 
1912; professor of pathology and bac- 
teriology, University of Louisville; 
pathologist to Louisville Public Hos- 
pital. Address, 101 W. Chestnut St., 
Louisville, Ky. 

GRAVES, William Lucius; district 
chief; Beta Theta Pi; ed. at Ohio 
State University, 1893; initiated by 
Theta Delta chapter, Jan. 25, 1890; 
chapter president; mem. Columbus 
Alumni Association; contributor of 
songs and poems to magazine; dis- 
trict chief, District VII; delegate 
national conventions, 1891, 1895, 
1898, 1900, 1901, 1909, 1911, 1912, 
1913; professor of English Ohio 
State University; published in col- 
laboration "Prose Specimens"; con- 
tributor to "Scribners," "Mc- 
Clure's," "Lippincott's." Address, 
1313 Forsythe Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

GRAY, Viola Clarke; editor "To Drag- 
ma; Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1902; initiated 
by Zeta chapter, 1903; delegate na- 
tional convention Boston, 1910; 
chairman committee on need of the 
chapters, 1906-1908; editor "To 
Dragma, 1908-1910; teacher of Eng- 
lish, Lincoln High School. Address, 
1527 S. 23rd St., Lincoln, Nebr. 

GREEN, A. Chester; founder Alpha 
Phi Sigma; ed. at Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1910; initiated by Beta 
chapter, 1907; grand oracle of chap- 
ter; delegate national convention 



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Chicago; founder of the fraternity; 
physician and surgeon; mem. Ma- 
sons, K. of P.; m. Fannye Levin, 
1912. Address, 2118 North Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

GREEN, Andrew H.; sole survivor of 
Bix founders; Theta Delta Chi; ed. 
at Union University, Schenectady, 
N. Y., 1849; founded fraternity and 
Chapter Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; 
mem. Central New York and Detroit 
alumni chapter; attended conven- 
tions and visited chapters; lawyer 
and judge; is now more than eighty- 
five years of age; m. Mary Miller, 
Dec. 31, 1863. Address, 341 Mont- 
clair St., Detroit, Mich. 

GREEN, George T.; S. A. E. Standard 
Accounts Clerk; ed. Northwestern 
University; initiated by Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, 1912; S. A. E. Clerk, 1913; 
S. A. E. Standard Accounts Clerk, 
1915. Freeport, 111. 

GREEN, L. Pearl e; grand secretary 
and editor; Kappa Alpha Theta; ed. 
at Leland Stanford, Jr. University, 
1898; initiated by Phi chapter, Nov., 
1895; district president; grand sec- 
retary, editor, author Kappa Alpha 
Theta handbook; contributor to 
magazine; delegate national Pan- 
Hellenic, 1908, 1909, 1914; to Greek 
letter conference, Chicago, May, 
1913; reference librarian Stanford, 
1901-1907. Address, 15 East Ave., 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

GREEN, Virginia Fisk; president Pa- 
cific Province; Alpha Chi Omega; 
ed. at University of Michigan, 1904; 
initiated by Theta chapter, 1898; 
chapter president; mem. New York 



City and San Francisco Alumni As- 
sociations; province president, 
equipment office; delegate national 
conventions Boston, Detroit, Cham- 
paign; grand vice-president, grand 
secretary; contributor to magazine, 
poetry and songs, ritual work; in- 
spection and installation work; 
housewife; m. Frederick M. Green, 
June, 1906. Address, 1632 Spruce 
St., Berkeley, Calif. 

GREENE, Wade; Alpha Tau Omega; 
ed. at Albion College, University of 
Michigan, 1905; initiated by Beta 
Omicron chapter, 1901; affiliated 
Beta Lambda chapter; W. K. E. of 
chapter; president New York Al- 
umni Association, 1914; delegate 
state convention Hillsdale, Mich., 
1904; realty investments; Mason; 
m. Pearl B. Jones, Sept. 19, 1909. 
Address, 149 Broadway, New York 
City. 

GRIEST, Katherlne; president Phila- 
delphia Alumni Club; Pi Beta Phi; 
ed. at Swarthmore College, 1908; in- 
itiated by Pennsylvania Alpha chap- 
ter, March 3, 1905; chapter presi- 
dent; attended national convention 
Swarthmore, 1910; chairman calen- 
dar committee; editor and publisher 
of Pi Beta Phi calendar, 1911-1915; 
delegate to local Pan-Hellenic; 
teacher of German Cheltenham High 
School, Elkins Park, Penn. Ad- 
dress, 5239 Archer Ave., German- 
town, Penn. 

GRIFFIN, J. Ansley; Kappa Alpha 
(Southern), Chi Zeta Chi; ed. at 
Leland Stanford Jr. University, 
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103 



sity of Georgia, 1906; initiated by 
Alpha Pi chapter of Kappa Alpha, 
1895; by Alpha chapter of Chi Zeta 
Chi, 1903; G. M. of Alpha Pi of 
Kappa Alpha, E. G. of Alpha of Chi 
Zeta Chi; presided Chi Zeta Chi 
national conventions 1905, 1907, 
1909; national president, 1903-1909; 
Chi Zeta Chi; edited Chi Zeta Chi 
ritual, song book and "Record," 
1905-1907; practicing physician; 
mem. B. P. O. E.; m. Ellen Pratt, 
1910. Address, 702 N. Marion St, 
Lake City, Fla 

GRIFFITH, Mary Emma; official ex- 
aminer of Alpha Chi Omega; ed. at 
Syracuse University, 1910; initiated 
by Lambda chapter, 1907; chapter 
editor of "Lyre"; official reporter 
national convention, 1910; exchange 
editor of "Lyre"; delegate to dis- 
trict conventions 1910, 1912; Eng- 
lish teacher, 1910-13; private secre- 
tary. Address, United States De- 
partment of Agriculture, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

GROSVENOR, Edwin Augustus; Psi 
Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa; ed. at 
Amherst College, 1867; initiated by 
Gamma chapter of Psi Upsilon, 
1864; chapter president; president 
united chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, 
senator Phi Beta Kappa; professor 
of modern government and inter- 
national law at Amherst; LL. D. 
Waoash College 1903, Alfred Univer- 
sity 1904, Marietta College, 1910, 
William and Mary, 1913, L. H. D. 
Amherst, 1914; m. Lillian Hovey 
Waters, Oct. 23, 1873. Address, 7 
College St., Amherst, Mass. 



GRUBBS, Thomas Elmer; senior asso- 
ciate editor; Phi Chi; ed. at Univer- 
sity of California, 1910; initiated 
with Pi Delta Phi chapter, being a 
charter member of the chapter; pre- 
siding senior of chapter; delegate 
national convention Louisville, 1910; 
constitution revision committee, 
1911; senior associate editor, 1910- 
1915; compiled first song book; as- 
sociate editor first and second di- 
rectory; author several songs and 
contributor to magazine; established 
chapters at California, Southern 
California, Stanford, Tufts and Ore- 
gon; interne Los Angeles County 
County Hospital, 1910-1912; assist- 
ant surgeon Mammoth -Copper Co., 
1912 - 1915. Address, Mammoth, 
Calif. 

GRULIE, Clifford Grosselle; Beta 
Theta Pi, Phi Rho Sigma; ed. at 
Miami University, 1899; Northwest- 
ern University M. D., 1903; initiated 
by Alpha chapter of Beta Theta Pi, 
June, 1895; by Alpha chapter of 
Phi Rho Sigma, May, 1900; Phi 
Beta Kappa; mem. Chicago Alumni 
Association of both fraternities; 
delegate national convention Phi 
Rho Sigma, 1897; general secretary, 
1905-1913; mem. grand council, 1913; 
Phi Rho Sigma; physician; practice 
limited to children; m. Margaret 
Freer, April 24, 1907. Address, 
1324 Madison Park, Chicago, 111. 

GRUNER. Emmett; alumni secretary 
in St. Louis; Kappa Sigma; ed. at 
Washington University, 1912; initi- 
ated by Beta Sigma chapter, 1909; 
grand scribe of chapter; mem. St. 



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Louis Alumni Association; delegate 
district convention, 1912; alumnus 
advisor to Beta Sigma chapter; con- 
tributor to "Caduceus"; mem. firm 
Philip Gruner and Bros. Lumber 
Co. Address, Buckingham Hotel, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

GUNN, Edward R. W.; eminent su- 
preme "A."; Pi Kappa Phi; ed. at 
Emory College, 1913; initiated by 
Eta chapter, being a member of 
Cross Keys Club, chartered by Pi 
Kappa Phi; "A" of chapter; dele- 
gate national convention, 1913; na- 
tional secretary; contributor to 
"Star and Lamp"; founder of Iota 
chapter at Georgia Tech.; minister, 
Methodist conference; mem. Masons, 
Redmen, Odd Fellows. Address, Ox- 
ford, Ga. 

GUNNISON, Stanley; trustee of fra- 
ternity; Beta Theta Pi; ed. at St. 
Lawrence University, 1899; initiated 
by Beta Zeta chapter, 1896; district 
chief three years; member board of 
trustees of general fraternity for 
five years; delegate national con- 
vention; advertising, Ward & Low; 
mem. Masons, Elks; m. Harriet O. 
McLaughlin, 1900. Address, 77 Wil- 
son St., New York City. 

GUPPY, Maria Ruth; fraternity ex- 
aminer; Gamma Phi Beta; ed. Uni- 
versity of Michigan 1887; initiated 
by Beta chapter, 1883; chapter pres- 
ident; president association of col- 
legiate alumnae, Eugene chapter; 
author of songs and contributor to 
magazine; delegate national conven- 
tion; member advisory board; chair- 
man committee on fraternity exami- 



nations; dean of Women, Univer- 
sity of Oregon; mem. D. A. R. Ad- 
dress, University of Oregon, Eugene, 
Ore. 

GUSTAFSON, Axel Ferdinand; high 
chancellor of Alpha Zeta; Sigma Xi; 
ed. at University of Illinois, 1907; 
initiated by Morrow chapter of Al- 
pha Zeta, Nov., 1905; chapter scribe; 
high chancellor of Alpha Zeta, 1910- 
1914; associate in soil physics, Uni- 
versity of Illinois; Mason; m. Zora 
Dean McUmber, June 30, 1914. Ad- 
dress, 709 W. Nevada St., Urbana, 
111. 

GUY, John Emmett; ex-president Chi- 
cago alumni chapter; Phi Alpha 
Gamma; ed. at Hahneman College 
of Chicago 1904; initiated by Eta 
Lambda chapter, 1899; mem. Chi- 
cago alumni chapter; delegate na- 
tional convention Cleveland, 1912; 
eye, ear, nose and throat specialist; 
mem. B. P. O. E., Masons; m. Mayme 
E. Etter, Sept. 12, 1899. Address, 
307 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

GYER, Greta; Alpha Chi Omega; ed. 
at Syracuse University, 1912; initi- 
ated by Lambda chapter, 1908; chap- 
ter president; mem. committee of 
examinations; official examiner; 
teacher of Latin and German in Mil- 
son, N. Y. Address, Richfield 
Springs, N. Y. 

H 

HACKETT, Norman Honore; Theta 
Delta Chi; ed. at University of 
Michigan, 1898; initiated by Gamma 
Deuteron chapter, 1895; mem. De- 
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national convention New York, 1914; 
contributor to "Shield" and regular 
correspondent; has visited every 
chapter but two in the fraternity; 
actor, starring in "Classmates," "Sa- 
tan Sanderson," "A Double Deceiv- 
er" and "The Typhoon"; mem. Elks. 
Address, 441 4th Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

HAGAMAN, E. Pauline; national treas- 
urer; Delta Gamma; ed. at Syracuse 
University, 1907; University of Buf- 
falo, law, 1910; initiated by Rho 
chapter, 1903; chapter treasurer; 
mem. Syracuse Alumni Association; 
mem. of grand council; delegate na- 
tional Pan-Hellenic, 1913-1917; at- 
torney-at-law. Address, office 929 
Granite Bldg., residence 39 Marshall 
St., Rochester, N. Y. 

HAGAN, Horace Henry; Delta Theta 
Phi; ed. at Georgetown University, 
1913; initiated by Edward Douglas 
White chapter, 1911; chapter vice- 
master; contributor to fraternity 
magazine of "Seven Great American 
Lawyers"; lawyer, attorney gener- 
al's office; author articles on Judah 
P. Benjamin, Wendell Phillips and 
Lord Mansfield, appearing in law re- 
views. Address, 812 W. 19th St., 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 

HAGUE, Marian Elizabeth; supervisor 
District II; Delta Delta Delta; ed. 
at Colby College, 1913; initiated by 
AlL-ha Upsilon chapter, Nov., 1909; 
chapter president; president Alpha 
Upsilon Alliance, 1914-1915; district 
supervisor (District II); delegate 
national convention Evanston, 1910; 
president local Pan-Hellenic, 1912- 



1913; farmer's wife. Address, R. 
F. D. No. 3, Gorham, Me. 
HALE, Stephen Fowler; associate ed- 
itor "The Mask"; Kappa Psi; ed. 
Maryland Medical College, Univer- 
sity of Alabama, 1904; initiated by 
Epsilon chapter, 1903; installed Iota 
chapter at Mobile, 1905; contributor 
to "The Mask"; physician and sur- 
geon; mem. Medical Society of Mo- 
bile County, Medical Association of 
Alabama; Mason, W. G. W., Wood- 
men Circle. Address, 53 North Con- 
ception St., Mobile, Ala. 

HALL, Eva Reed; Kappa Alpha The- 
ta; ed. at Northwestern University, 
1890; initiated by Tau chapter. 1887; 
chapter president; mem. Chicago 
Alumnae Association; district presi- 
dent, 1907-1909; grand vice-presi- 
dent, 1909-1913; editor of "Cata- 
logue"; installed chapters at Mis- 
souri, Oklahoma and North Dakota; 
delegate to national Pan-Hellenic; 
delegate Greek letter conference, 
Blackstone Hotel, Chicago, 1913; 
teacher; mem. D. A. R. Address, 
327 W. Sycamore St., Sycamore, 111. 

HALL, Frances Elliott Maim; a foun- 
der; Sigma Kappa; ed. at Colby Col- 
lege, 1877; founder of sorority, prin- 
cipal Hall-Noye's School, Washing- 
ton, D. C.; m. George W. Hall. Ad- 
dress, 221 E St. N. W., Washington, 
D. C. 

HALL, Robert Everett; special dele- 
gate; Delta Tau Delta; ed. at Ste- 
vens Institute of Technology, 1895; 
initiated by Rho chapter, Nov. 14, 
1890; presiding officer of chapter; 
mem. New York and Boston Alumni 



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Associations; delegate several dis- 
trict conventions; president eastern 
division; delegate national conven- 
tions, 1897, 1901; vice-president and 
treasurer, Gould Mfg. Co. of New 
England; m. Elizabeth Leonard, 
1900. Address, 1558 Beacon St., 
Waban, Mass. 

HALL, Samuel Stickney; trustee; 
among the original incorporators of 
the fraternity; Delta Upsilon; ed. at 
Harvard University, 1888; initiated 
by the Harvard chapter, 1886; chap- 
ter vice-president; secretary and 
treasurer executive counsel, 1893- 
1904; vice-president executive com- 
mittee, 1904-1906; president execu- 
tive committee, 1906-1908; delegate 
to various national conventions; con- 
tributor to magazine; actuary; m. 
Eleanor Sexton Borst, June 21, 1893. 
Address, 17 Upper Mountain Ave., 
Montclair, N. J. 

HALL, Wlnfield Scott; former national 
president of Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi 
Kappa Psi, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Beta 
Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha, Sigma 
Xi; ed. at Northwestern University, 
1887; Harvard University, Univer- 
sity of Leipsic, 1895; initiated by 
Illinois Alpha chapter of Phi Kappa 
Psi, June, 1885; by Illinois Gamma 
of Alpha Omega Alpha; national 
president of Alpha Omega Alpha; 
contributor to. magazine; professdr 
physiology Northwestern Univer- 
sity Medical School and junior dean 
medical faculty; lecturer, author; ex- 
tensive contributor to medical jour- 
nals; mem. Fellow American Acad- 
emy of Medicine; m. Jeannette Win- 



ter, Oct. 11, 1888. Address, 2431 S. 
Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 
HAMER, John Daniel; editor "Star 
and Lamp"; Pi Kappa Phi; ed. at 
University of South Carolina, 1912; 
charter member of South Carolina 
Sigma chapter; initiated March 10, 
1909; contributor of articles and edi- 
torials to magazine; delegate na- 
tional conventions 1909, 1910, 1911, 
1912, 1913, 1914; national journalist, 
1913-1915; committee on ritual; in- 
stalling officer Georgia Iota chapter; 
lawyer; mem. B. P. O. E. Address, 
124% Morgan Square, Spartanburg, 
S. C. 

HAMER, Philip Bascombe; former 
knight commander of Kappa Alpha 
(southern) ; ed. at Wofford College, 
1882; initiated by Delta chapter, Oc- 
tober 13, 1878; G. M. of chapter; 
mem. Columbia, S. C. Alumni chap- 
ter; delegate to national convention, 
1881; editor of Kappa Alpha Maga- 
zine, 1883-85; organized Sigma chap- 
ter at Davidson College, Davidson, 
N. C.; judge of probate and master 
in equity for Marion county, S. C.; 
mem. Order of Knights of Pythias; 
m. Gertrude Buck, Nov. 26, 1890. 
Address, 26 Wilcox, Marion, S. C. 

HAMILTON, James A.; editor of "The 
Shield"; Theta Delta Chi, Phi Beta 
Kappa, Delta Chi; ed. at University 
of Rochester, 1898; initiated by Chi 
charge, Oct. 13, 1893; chapter presi- 
dent; president graduate club of 
Theta Delta Chi; (delegate many 
national conventions; teacher; mem. 
Microscopical Club, Scientific Alli- 
ance; m. Georgiana E. Montgomery, 



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Oct. 11, 1904. Address, 897 Crotona 
Park North, New York City. 

HAMILTON, William A.; Beta Theta 
Pi; ed. at Northwestern University, 
1879; initiated by Rho chapter, 
March 6, 1876; chapter treasurer; 
mem. Chicago Alumni Association; 
district assistant secretary, 1883- 
1886; delegate national conventions, 
1881, 1882, 1887, 1889, 1890, 1895, 
1897, 1898, 1901, 1903, 1905, 1906, 
1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 
national president, 1897-1900, 1906- 
1912 ; attorney - at - law. Address, 
Evanston, 111. 

HAMLIN, James Darlington; Kappa 
Sigma; ed. Transylvania University, 
1896; initiated by Alpha Omicron 
chapter, 1895; biennial orator con- 
clave 1898, toastmaster conclave 
banquets 1896, 1898, 1904, 1910, 1912; 
delegate national conventions 1896, 
1898; mem. New York Kappa Sigma 
Club; county judge; mem. Masons, 
Odd Fellows; m. Katherine Nichols, 
1906. Address, Court House, Far- 
well, Texas. 

HANCOCK, Ralph James; secretary 
and treasurer of Birmingham Alum- 
ni Association of Kappa Sigma; ed. 
at Georgia Institute of Technology, 
1908; initiated by Alpha Tau chap- 
ter, 1905; grand master of chapter; 
delegate to district convention at 
Macon, Ga., 1906, and Birmingham, 
Ala., 1907; regular contributor to 
the "Caduceus" of Kappa Sigma; 
construction contractor; m. Lottie 
Lavere, December, 1910. Address, 
Postoffice Box 70, Birmingham, Ala. 



HANKISON, Otto L., district chancel- 
lor; Delta Theta Phi; ed. at Ohio 
Northern University, 1910; initiated 
by Marshall Senate chapter as a 
charter member June 4, 1910; chap- 
ter vice-president; mem. Toledo 
Alumni Senate; district chancellor, 
Delta district; delegate national con- 
vention, 1913; delegate to Chicago 
conference when Theta Lambda Phi, 
Alpha Kappa Phi and Delta Phi 
Delta were consolidated as Delta 
Theta Phi; lawyer, firm of Hanki- 
son, Axline and Deeds. Address, 
942 Ohio Bldg., Toledo, Ohio. 

HAN LEY, Edith Rice; district super- 
visor; Delta Delta Delta; ed. at 
Goucher College, 1903; initiated by 
Xi chapter, 1900; delegate district 
conventions Baltimore, New York; 
delegate national convention Colum- 
bus; district supervisor; m. W. W. 
Haniey, 1905. Address, 106 Fayette 
St., Cumberland, Md. 

HANNA, Isabel A.; secretary Balti- 
more Alumni Association; Phi Mu; 
ed. at St. Mary's College, 1908; ini- 
tiated by Upsilon Delta chapter, 
Jan. 23, 1907; mem. Baltimore Alum- 
nae Association; served on endow- 
ment and finance board; delegate 
national convention Jamestown, 
1907; contributor to song books and 
the "Aglaia." Address, 102 Elm- 
hurst Road, Roland Park, Balti- 
more, Md. 

HANNA, John Calvin; mem. executive 
committee of College Fraternity 
Reference Bureau Beta Theta Pi; 
ed. at Wooster College 1881; ini- 
tiated by Alpha Lambda chapter 



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October 12, 1878; chapter president; 
mem. Chicago alumni chapter, Beta 
Theta Pi club of New York City; 
delegate district conventions, dis- 
trict chief 1882-'83; delegate na- 
tional convention 1879, 1881; at- 
tended twenty-three others; general 
secretary, 1884-'99; president, 1900- 
'03; trustee, 1897-1906; "Catalogue" 
editor, 1884-1899; mem. code com- 
mission, 1895-'97; active in remod- 
eling government of fraternity, 
1892-'97; contributor to fraternity 
magazine; delegate Greek Letter 
Conference, Blackstone Hotel, Chi- 
cago, 1913; state supervisor of high 
schools of Illinois, 1914 ; principal 
Oak Park High School, 1898-1914; 
mem. American Philogical Associa- 
tion; president, 1912, Department 
of Secondary Education of the Na- 
tional Education Association; m. 
Kittie A. Parsons, Kappa Kappa 
Gamma, August 20, 1884. Address, 
630% South 7th St., Springfield, 111. 

HARDEMAN, John Lumsden; Kappa 
Alpha; ed. at University of Georgia, 
1871; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
June 22, 1868; mem. Macon Alumni 
Association; delegate first, fourth, 
ninth, twentieth, twenty-first, twen- 
ty-sixth and twenty-seventh national 
conventions, K. C. 1873-1875, 1898- 
1901; president four terms, national 
commission, 1901-1911; lawyer; for- 
mer solicitor general ; judge superior 
court; m. Fannie E. Ross, Sept. 20, 
1875. Address, 102 North St., Ma- 
con, Ga. 

HARDT, Frank McCullen; Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. at University of Penn 
sylvania, 1901; initiated by Penn 



sylvania Theta, 1900; president 
Philadelphia Alumni Association; 
delegate province Alpha convention, 
1911, 1913; vice-president province 
Alpha, 1913; assistant cashier Na- 
tional Bank of Northern Liberty; m. 
Helen C. Liscom, Feb. 6, 1905. Ad- 
dress, 2216 Georges Lane, Thyme- 
field, Philadelphia, Penn. 

HARDY, David Phillip; grand vice- 
president; Pi Kappa Phi; ed. at Uni- 
versity of California, 1912; initiated 
by California Gamma, March, 1909; 
chapter president; delegate national 
convention Wrightsville Beach, S. C., 
1912; mathematics master in Mt. 
Tamalpais Military Academy. Ad- 
dress, Box 283, San Rafael, Calif. 

HARDY, William Edwin; grand 
praetor; Sigma Chi; ed. at Univer- 
sity of Nebraska, 1885; initiated by 
Alpha Epsilon chapter, 1883; mem. 
Lincoln Alumni Association; dele- 
gate district conventions 1906, 1908, 
1910, 1912; grand praetor; contrib- 
utor to magazine; president Hardy 
Furniture Co. ; m. Gertrude H. Laws, 
1895. Address, 1314 St., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 

HARKNESS, Nathan J.; member ex- 
ecutive council; Delta Upsilon; ed. 
at Northwestern University, 1914; 
initiated by Northwestern chapter, 
1910; mem. Chicago Delta Upsilon 
Club; delegate national convention 
Rochester, 1913; member executive 
council; law student. Address, 714 
Foster St., Evanston, 111. 

HARMAN, Thomas D., Jr.; national 
president; Alpha Gamma Rho; ed. 
at Pennsylvania State University, 



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109 



1911; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
1910; chapter president; delegate 
national conventions 1911, 1912, 

1913, 1914; national vice-president, 
treasurer, president; advertising, 
Stockman-Farmer Publishing Co. ; 
m. E. R. Weldon, April, 1914. Ad- 
dress, 110 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh, 
Penn. 

HARPER, Harry Halsted; the presi- 
dent Chicago Alumni Association; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ed. at Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1908; initiated by 
Illinois Theta; eminent archon of 
chapter; delegate province Delta 
convention, Delaware, Ohio, 1908; 
delegate from Chicago Alumni As- 
sociation to S. A. E. National 
Convention at Chicago, 1914; sec- 
retary-treasurer province Delta, 
1910-1914; real estate broker with 
Oliver & Co.; mem. City Club, 
Chicago Real Estate Board; m. 
Eugenia May MacLaurin, May 15, 

1914. Address, 40 N. Dearborn St., 
Chicago, 111. 

HARPER, Jesse Dean; national treas- 
urer; Alpha Gamma Rho; ed. at 
Purdue University, 1913; initiated by 
Delta chapter, 1911; delegate na- 
tional convention; national secre- 
tary and treasurer; editor publica- 
tion one year; agricultural exten- 
sion; Mason. Address, Purdue Uni- 
versity, Lafayete, Ind. 

HARRINGTON, Helen M.; president 
Wooster Alumni Club; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Wooster, 1912; initiated 
by Ohio Gamma, 1910; chapter pres- 
ident; teacher of German, Bowling 



Green High School. Address, 325 
N. Prospect St., Bowling Green, 
Ohio. 

HARRIS, Abram W.; president of 
the honorary society Alpha Delta 
Tau; Alpha Delta Phi; ed. at Wes- 
leyan University, 1880; initiated by 
Middletown chapter, 1876; also 
mem. Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Delta 
Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi; 
chapter president of Alpha Delta 
Phi; president Western Alumni As- 
sociation; chairman of committee 
that built first chapter house; author 
one fraternity song; contributor to 
magazine; delegate national con- 
vention; president Northwestern 
University; Mason; m. Clara V. 
Bainbridge, 1888. Address, 1745 
Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. 

HARRIS, James Willis; Sigma Nu; 
ed. at Mercer University, B. S. 1902, 
law 1905; initiated by Eta chapter, 
1897; chapter treasurer; inspector 
third division; delegate national 
convention New Orleans, 1904; at- 
torney-at-law ; m. Juliette Bussey, 
April 8, 1908. Address, Lumpkin 
St., Cuthbert, Ga. 

HARRIS, John Cochran; national 
president of Delta Sigma Phi; ed. 
University of Texas, 1910; initiated 
by Eta chapter, 1908; treasurer of 
the chapter; mem. Dallas Alumni 
Association; national president two 
terms; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1913 and 1914; lawyer and 
planter; mem. Masons, Shrine; m. 
Nellie H. Wilson, Dec. 1, 1910. Ad- 
dress, 402 Commonwealth Bldg., 
Dallas, Texas. 



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HARRIS, Leslie Huntington; secre- 
tary of national executive council of 
Eta Kappa Nu, also member Tau 
Beta Pi; ed. at Purdue University, 
1907; initiated by Indiana Alpha 
chapter of Tau Beta Pi 1906, by 
Beta chapter of Eta Kappa Nu 
1907; chapter secretary; delegate 
national conventions Eta Kappa Nu, 
1911, 1912, 1913, 1914; assistant 
professor of electrical engineering. 
Address, University of Pittsburgh, 
Pittsburgh, Penn. 

HARRIS, Nell E.; business manager 
of "Lyre" of Alpha Chi Omega; ed. 
at Simpson College 1907; initiated 
by Mu chapter May 13, 1907; presi- 
dent of chapter; delegate to Na- 
tional Pan-Hellenic Congress, Chi- 
cago, October 16-18, 1913; delegate 
to editors' and business managers' 
conference; secretary to the direc- 
tor, Simpson College Conservatory 
of Music. Address, 411 W. Ashland 
Ave., Indianola, Iowa. 

HARRIS, Sarah Bacon; grand vice- 
president; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
ed. at Northwestern University, 
1911; initiated by Upsilon chapter, 
1908; mem. North Shore Alumni 
Association; delegate national con- 
vention Bloomington, Ind., Aug., 
1910; Estes Park, Aug., 1916; grand 
vice-president, 1914-1916; editor of 
"The Key"; assistant in office of 
dean of Northwestern University. 
Addrees, 1334 Hinman Ave., Evans- 
ton, 111. 

HARRISON, Benjamin H.; grand 
treasurer; Alpha Chi Sigma; ed. at 
University of Illinois, 1910; initi- 



ated by Zeta chapter, 1908; master 
alchemist of chapter; mem. Chicago 
Alumni chapter; business manager 
of the "Hexagon"; delegate na- 
tional conventions 1912, 1914; dele- 
gate Greek Letter Conference, Chi- 
cago, 1913; chemist, Arbuckle 
Brothers. Address, 220 N. Oak 
Park Ave., Oak Park, 111. 

HARRISON, Frederick Christopher; 
district grand officer; Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; ed. at University of Toronto, 
1908; initiated by Alpha Epsilon 
chapter, April 6, 1905; chapter vice- 
president; head of Ontario District; 
physician; mem. A. F. and A. M.; 
m. Helen Gladys Netherland, 1914. 
Address, 29 Roxborough St. West, 
Toronto, Canada. 

HARRISON, Philip John; national 
trustee; Delta Upsilon; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1904; initiated 
by Nebraska chapter, Oct. 3, 1902; 
chapter secretary; mem. Lincoln 
Delta Upsilon Club; contributor to 
Delta Upsilon "Quarterly"; na- 
tional trustee; mem. local inter- 
fraternity council; commercial de- 
signer, formerly registrar and pub- 
lisher for University of Nebraska. 
Address, 721 South 19th St., Lin- 
coln, Nebr. 

HARRISON, Samuel Robertson; Delta 
Tau Delta; ed. at West Virginia 
University, 1914; initiated by Gam- 
ma Delta chapter, Jan. 17, 1912; 
delegate national convention De- 
troit, 1913; lawyer. Address, 317 
Buckhannon Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

HARRISON, Virginius Williams; Kap- 
pa Sigma; ed. at University of Vir- 



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111 



ginia, 1887; initiated by Zeta chap- 
ter, 1885; worthy grand master, 
1888; physician; m. Marie Keesee, 
1900. Address, 401 N. Allen Ave., 
Richmond, Va. 

HARSEN, Una Adele; president ex- 
ecutive board; Gamma Phi Beta; 
ed. at Barnard College, 1902; initi- 
ated by Iota chapter, 1902; chapter 
secretary; mem. New York Alumnae 
Association; delegate national con- 
ventions 1907, 1911; secretary- 
treasurer, president of executive 
board; contributor to the "Cres- 
cent"; m. Otis Yale Harsen, 1908. 
Address, 53 Arthur St., Yonkers, 
N. Y. 

HARSHMAN, John Burnett; "D. D.," 
national treasurer; Delta Chi; ed. at 
Ohio State University, 1907; initi- 
ated by Ohio State chapter, April 28, 
1905; chapter vice-president; mem. 
Columbus alumni chapter; delegate 
national conventions, 1906, 1907, 
1909, 1911, 1913; exchange editor 
Delta Chi "Quarterly," 1906-1914; 
contributor to "Quarterly"; installed 
uniform system of chapter account- 
ing; local delegate Ohio State Pan- 
Hellenic Association, 1906-1907; at- 
torney-at-law ; secretary to commis- 
sion of the City of Dayton, Ohio; 
Mason, Scottish Rite, Thirty-Second 
Degree, Knights Templars, Shriner; 
m. Mary Louise Longbrake, Alpha 
Delta Gamma, July 28, 1914. Ad- 
dress, 826 Cottage Grove Ave., Day- 
ton, Ohio. 

HARSTR6M, Carl Axel; Theta Delta 
Chi, Phi Beta Kappa; ed. at Hobart 
College, 1886; initiated by Xi chap- 



ter October 11, 1880; delegate many 
national conventions ; treasurer 
grand lodge 1884, secretary 1885, 
president 1895-1901; contributor to 
"Shield"; delegate first, second, and 
sixth interfraternity conferences, 
New York; principal Harstrom's 
school; m. Lee Sheldon Partridge, 
1888. Address, 26 Prespect Ave., 
Norwalk, Conn. 

HART, Abraham J.; supreme treas- 
urer Phi Alpha Delta; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Michigan 1914; initiated 
by Campbell chapter May, 1912; 
vice justice of chapter; delegate na- 
tional convention 1914; attorney-at- 
law. Address, 1826 Dime Bank 
Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

HART, Nellie S.; national president of 
Phi Mu; ed. at Newcomb College, 
Tulane University, 1908; initiated 
by Delta chapter Oct. 22, 1906, char- 
ter member; president of chapter; 
charter member of New Orleans 
Alumnae Association; president, 
1909-1913; president of Alpha prov- 
ince, 1910-1911; national treasurer, 
1911-1913; business manager of the 
"Aglaia," 1908-1910; business man- 
ager of 1913 convention; delegate 
to conventions at Macon, Ga., 1908; 
Memphis, Tenn., 1910; Niagara 
Falls, 1913; chairman of constitu- 
tional revision committee, 1908-1909. 
Address, 3706 Prytania St., New Or- 
leans, La. 

HARTON, George M.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. Adrian College 1891, 
University of Michigan 1892; ini- 
tiated by Michigan Alpha 1887; 
affiliated Michigan Iota-Beta; emi- 



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nent archon of chapter; mem. Pitts- 
burgh Alumni Association; delegate 
national convention Charlotte, N. 
C., Cincinnati, Washington, Atlanta, 
Pittsburgh; president Atlanta con- 
vention 1891; contributor to "Rec- 
ord"; corporation lawyer; m. Carill 
Newman May 3, 1905. Address, 905 
Berger Bldg., Pittsburgh, Penn. 

HASELTINE, Burton; former presi- 
dent alumni chapter Phi Alpha 
Gamma; ed. at Hahnemann Medical 
College 1896; initiated by Eta 
Lambda chapter; chapter president; 
one of the editors of Phi Alpha 
Gamma "Quarterly"; physician. 
Address, 122 S. Michigan Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

HASELTINE, Florence Reed; Alpha 
Chi Omega; ed. New England Con- 
servatory of Music, Ripon College, 
1905; initiated by Zeta chapter, 
1903; chapter secretary; national 
editor "Lyre," work on history, rit- 
ual and reserve fund; m. William 
E. Haseltine, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
1905. Address, Ripon, Wis. 

HASKELL, Ruth Sibley; grand vice- 
president Alpha Xi Delta; ed. at 
Tufts College, 1906; initiated with 
Lambda chapter as a charter mem- 
ber, 1907; delegate national con- 
ventions, Madison, Wis., 1911; 
Champaign, 111., 1913; attended 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1909; editor Alpha 
Xi Delta 1909-'!!, grand secre- 
tary 1911-'13; grand vice-president 
1913 ; contributor to magazine; 
m. Harold C. Haskell, 1900. Ad- 
dress, 65 Gorham Ave., Brookline, 
Mass. 



HATCH, HAMILTON G.; secretary 
Augusta Alumni Club; Sigma Nu; 
ed. at University of Georgia, 1910; 
initiated by Mu chapter, 1909; 
chapter recorder; civil engineer with 
U. S. engineer's office. Address, 
2409 Walton Way, Savannah, Ga. 

HAUGHEY, Wilfred; supreme editor; 
Phi Beta Pi; ed. at University of 
Michigan, 1904; Detroit College of 
Medicine, 1906; initiated by Beta 
chapter October 10, 1903; affiliated 
Kappa chapter; contributor to fra- 
ternity magazine, supreme editor; 
physician and surgeon; mem. Amer- 
ican Medical Association, M. R. C., 
U. S. A.; m. Edythe L. Cowles, June 
27, 1907. Address, 40 Poplar St., 
Battle Creek, Mich. 

HAWES, James S.; general secretary; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; ed. at Yale 
University, 1894; initiated by Phi 
chapter, 1891; chapter secretary; 
mem. New York Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate national convention; 
contributor to "Quarterly"; dele- 
gate interfraternity conferences; 
lawyer; mem. Society of May- 
flower descendants, Military Order 
of Loyal Legion. Address, 30 Broad 
St., New York City. 

HAYES, Alfa Lloyd; founder; Delta 
Zeta; ed. Miami University, 1903; 
together with five others founded 
Delta Zeta and received a state 
charter October 24, 1902, this first 
chapter named Alpha; chapter pres- 
ident; attended all the district and 
national conventions; grand presi- 
dent, national inspector, historian, 
contributor to magazine; installed 



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113 



chapters at De Pauw, Indiana, Ne- 
braska; delegate national Pan-Hel- 
lenic; organizer Indianapolis Pan- 
Hellenic; m. Orison H. Hayes, Oct. 
21, 1908. Address, 3267 Ruckle St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

HAYES, Cariton; exchange editor of 
"Garnet and White"; Alpha Chi 
Rho; ed. at Columbia University, 
1904; initiated by Phi Omega chap- 
ter, November, 1902; chapter head; 
president Phi Omega graduate chap- 
ter; delegate every national conven- 
tion since 1903; national secretary, 
1903-'08; president, 1910-12; chair- 
man committee on instruction; 
drafted constitution; contributor to 
magazine; professor of history, Co- 
lumbia University. Address, 509 
W. 121st St., New York City. 

HAYES, Grace Christine; Pi Beta Phi; 
ed. at University of Vermont, 1909; 
initiated by Vermont Beta chapter, 
December 16, 1907; chapter treas- 
urer; mem. Rochester AlumnaB 
Club; teacher, Livingston Park Sem- 
inary. Address, Ludlow, Mass. 

HAYNES, Jack E.; editor "Gear" of 
Theta Tau; Theta Tau, Beta Theta 
Pi; ed. at University of Minnesota, 
1908; initiated Alpha chapter of 
Theta Tau, 1905, by Beta Pi chap- 
ter of Beta Theta Pi, 1904; chapter 
regent; mem. Twin City Alumni 
Association of Theta Tau; editor 
"Gear" of Theta Tau; manager 
Haynes Photo Studio; m. Margaret 
Larkin, 1909. Address, 1787 Hague 
Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

HAYS, Louese Frederick; Phi Mu; ed. 
at Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., 



1900; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
September, 1897; chapter president; 
delegate national conventions, Nor- 
folk, Memphis, Atlanta; first na- 
tional president; also second and 
third vice-president; editor-in-chief 
first "Annual," 1900; treasurer 
Georgia Federated Women's Clubs; 
mem. D. A. R.; m. J. E. Hays, 1902. 
Address, Montezuma, Ga. 

HAYS, William Harrison; province 
president; Phi Delta Theta; ed. at 
Wabash College, 1900; initiated by 
Indiana Beta, 1896; delegate, dis- 
trict convention, 1898, '99, '00; dele- 
gate national convention, 1898, 
1900; province president, 1902-'07; 
attorney-at-law; Mason, Knights 
Templars; mem. Illinois Athletic 
Club of Chicago; life member Sulli- 
van lodge of Elks; m. Helen Louise 
Thomas, 1902. Address, Sullivan, 
Indiana. 

HAZELWOOD, Paul Joseph; manager 
alumni information index; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon; ed. at University of 
Illinois, 1914; initiated by Gamma 
chapter, June 14, 1913; mem. Chi- 
cago Alumni Association; editor-in- 
chief Volume I Tau Kappa Epsilon 
"Year Book"; assistant grand his- 
torian, 1913-14; delegate national 
convention, 1914; salesman, Bir- 
mingham and Seaman Co. Address. 
7227 Harvard Ave., Chicago, 111. 

HAZEN, Thomas Fleming, Jr.; prov- 
ince secretary, Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; ed. University of Tennessee, 
1915; initiated by Tennessee Kappa, 
February 28, 1912; secretary and 
treasurer of Province Iota; delegate 



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district convention, Lexington, Ky., 
January, 1914; delegate national 
convention, Chicago, 1914; salesman, 
Rodgers & Co., auto dealers. Ad- 
dress, Box 145, Knoxville, Tenn. 

HE BARD, Grace Raymond; Pi Beta 
Phi; ed. at Iowa State University, 
1882; B. S., A. M., Ph. D.; initiated 
by Zeta chapter, 1882; mem. Wyo- 
ming Alpha Alumni Association; 
organized Alpha Chi University of 
Wyoming; contributor to fraternity 
magazine; mem. local Pan-Hellenic 
council; professor of economics 
and sociology, University of Wyo- 
ming, 1908; librarian, 1891-1914; 
secretary board of trustees, 1891- 
1908; state regent D. A. R.; state 
historian Wyoming Colonial Dames; 
state president Wyoming Library 
association; author; frequent con- 
tributor to prominent magazines. 
Address, The Doctors' Inn, Laramie, 
Wyo. 

HEBBLETHWAITE, Anna Kathryn; 
national president; Sigma Alpha 
Iota; ed. at Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1914; initiated by Beta chap- 
ter, 1912; chapter treasurer; mem. 
Evanston Alumnae Association; del- 
egate local Pan-Hellenic at North- 
western; instructor in music. Ad- 
dress, 907 Lake St., Evanston, 111. 

HECKER, Jessie Denman; treasurer; 
Delta Zeta; ed. Miami University, 
1907; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
October, 1903; chapter vice-presi- 
dent; national treasurer; chairman 
extension committee; m. Frank C. 
Hecker, December 27, 1907. Ad- 
dress, "Tannenheim," Century, Fla. 



HEDGE, Verne; district grand master 
District II; Kappa Sigma; ed. at 
University of Nebraska, 1903; ini- 
tiated by Alpha Psi chapter, De- 
cember, 1897; grand master of chap- 
ter; mem. Omaha Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate district convention, 
Liberty, Mo., 1900; district grand 
master; delegate national conven- 
tion, Philadelphia, 1899; abstractor 
of titles; 32nd degree Mason; m. 
Grace Bennett, Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma, May 24, 1903. Address, office, 
414 First Nat'l Bank Bldg., resi- 
dence, 1816 C St., Lincoln, Neb. 

HEEBNER, Charles; Delta Kappa Ep- 
silon; ed. Lafayette College, 1878; 
initiated by Rho chapter, Septem- 
ber, 1874; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
chapter head; mem. Philadelphia 
Alumni Association; delegate na- 
tional convention, 1877; general so- 
licitor Reading county for P. & R. 
railway and P. R. C. & I. Co.; mem. 
Rittenhouse and University Clubs; 
m. Alice Schuyler, December II 
1888. Address, 315 S. 41st St., Phi 
adelphia, Penn. 

HEILMAN, Rose Erskine; national! 
spector of Phi Mu Gamma; ed. 
Hollins College, 1913; initiated * 
Alpha Chapter February, l r 
president of chapter; delegate 
national convention, 1913; chairm*. 
of Alpha Province; assistant edito 
of "The Argaliad"; chairman o. 
Alumni Association Committee ol 
Hollins College; delegate to Nation- 
al Pan-Hellenic Congress, 1914; 
installed Xi, Rho and Pi chapters 
of Phi Mu Gamma; mem. of inter- 



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115 



fraternity clubs at Rollins College; 
editor of woman's page, Evansville 
"Journal News"; instructor in dra- 
matics, Alaha Camp; editor of 
"Alaha Camp Paper and Year Book"; 
chaperon, Phi Mu Gamma House, 
Brennen College, 1914-15. Address, 
1100 South Second St., Evansville, 
Ind. 

HEINTZ, Eward Louis; grand presi- 
dent, Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. Uni- 
versity of Illinois, 1901; St. Louis 
College of Pharmacy; initiated by 
Eta chapter, 1899, as a charter mem- 
ber; chapter vice-president; presi- 
dent Eta chapter house association; 
editor Alpha Kappa Kappa direc- 
tory, catalogue and history issued 
in 1908; delegate to national con- 
ventions 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 
1908, 1909, 1910, 1912, 1914; grand 
secretary; grand keeper of archives; 
grand president; delegate medical in- 
ter-fraternity, Chicago, 1914; physi- 
cian; one of the founders of the 
_gJniversity Hospital and Training 
^School for Nurses; assistant pro- 
essor of medicine, University of 
jlinois; m. Bertha Hansen, May 4, 
'911. Address, 1856 West Chicago 
ive., Chicago, 111. 

v4-YER, Harold; national council- 

, Alpha Chi Rho ; ed. at Univer- 

of Pennsylvania, 1909; initiated 

jby Phi Phi chapter, March 17, 1906; 

^chapter president; delegate national 

^conventions, 1908, 1909; committee 

on publication of first address book; 

engineer. Address, 113 S. 37th St., 

Philadelphia, Penn. 

HELMICK, Elizabeth Allen Clarke; Pi 



Beta Phi; grand historian; ed. 
Hillsdale College (Mich.), 1898; 
initiated by Michigan Alpha chapter, 
June 25, 1896; mem. Chicago Alumni 
Club; secretary province Kappa, 
1896-'98; chairman and treasurer Pi 
Beta Phi Settlement School in 
the Tennessee mountains; at present 
is working on sorority history; wife 
of army officer; m. Eli A. Helmick, 
November 20, 1898. Address, cjo 
Major Eli A. Helmick, Inspector-Gen- 
eral, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C. 

HELMS, Arthur Trent; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha; ed. at University of Tennessee, 
L.L. B.; initiated by Zeta chap- 
ter February 16, 1914; chapter 
president; in November, 1914, with 
one other founded local Alpha Sig- 
ma Lambda to petition Phi Delta 
Phi; newspaperman, connected with 
papers in Petersburg, Va., Colum- 
bus, Miss., Chattanooga, Tenn., 
Richmond, Va., and Knoxville, 
Tenn.; mem. Cherokee Country 
Club and Public Efficiency League. 
Address, Knoxville, Tenn. 

HENDERSON, Anna Mary; Sigma Sig- 
ma Sigma; ed. at Peabody College, 
1909; initiated by Alpha Delta chap- 
ter, 1907; W. C. R. of chapter; mem. 
Dallas Alumnae chapter; delegate 
national convention, 1909, national 
vice-president; secretary Dallas Pan- 
Hellenic Association; high school 
teacher; m. Samuel A. Henderson 
July 14, 1914. Address, Southland 
Hotel, Dallas, Texas. 

HENDERSON, Elmer Charless; his- 
torian of general council; Phi Delta 
Theta; ed, Westminster College, 



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1893; initiated by Missouri Beta 
chapter September 15, 1890; chapter 
president; president Missouri Beta 
Chapter House Association; mem. 
Fulton Alumni Club; chapter house 
commissioner three terms and mem. 
board of trustees; delegate to sev- 
eral district and national conven- 
tions; railroad cross tie and timber 
contractor; 32nd degree mason; mem. 
board of trustees Westminster Col- 
lege; a great great grandson of 
Daniel Boone; president Fulton 
Commercial Club; m. Anne Brown 
April 8, 1903. Address, 201 East 
Ninth St., Fulton, Mo. 

HENDERSON, Isabelle; business man- 
ager magazine; Alpha Omicron Pi; 
ed. at University of California, 1905; 
Initiated by Sigma chapter May, 
1907; mem. San Francisco alumni 
chapter; business manager two 
terms "To Dragma"; contributor to 
magazine ; corresponding secretary 
San Francisco alumni chapter; kin- 
dergartner, playground worker, pro- 
fessional story teller; chairman of 
Council of Camp Fire Guardians for 
Oakland, Calif. Address, 2655 Wake- 
field Ave., E. Oakland, Calif. 

HENDRICHS, Charles M.J scribe; 
Phi Delta Theta; ed. at Miami Uni- 
versity, 1901; initiated by Ohio Al- 
pha chapter, 1898; chapter scribe; 
mem. El Paso Alumni Association; 
physician; medical director of Hen- 
drich's Sanitorium; m. Edith Louise 
Dugurd, June 7, 1905. Address, 516 
Mills Bldg., El Paso, Texas. 

HENNING, William Cleveland; Sigma 
Chi; ed. at De Pauw University, 



1890; initiated by Xi chapter, 1889; 
ex-president Boston alumni chapter; 
now president St. Louis alumni 
chapter; delegate to national ani 
district conventions; secretary and 
treasurer A. Leschen & Sons Rope 
Co.; Mason, Chapter, Commandery, 
Shrine; m. Maude E. Lee, Jan. 29, 
1891. Address, 920 N. First St., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

HENRY, Burt Webb., Delta Tau Del- 
ta; ed. Tulane University 1899; ini- 
tiated by Beta Xi chapter, 1895; 
vice-president New Orleans Alumni 
association; mem. committee for 
building chapter house; delegate na- 
tional Convention, 1898; attorney-at- 
law. Address, 1520 Soniat St., New 
Orleans, La. 

HENRY, Mellinger E., Kappa Sigma; 
ed. at Brown University, 1899; in- 
itiated by Beta Alpha chapter, Feb- 
ruary 22, 1898; grand master of 
chapter; founded Beta Alpha chap- 
ter at Brown; mem. New York 
Alumni Association; delegate nation- 
al convention, Philadelphia, 1900, 
New York 1910, Louisville 1912; del- 
egate district convention, Boston, 
1903; professor of English, Jersey 
City High School; mem. Masons, 
Brown Club of New York, Harvard 
Club of New Jersey, University Club 
of Jersey City. Address Jersey City 
High School, Jersey City, N. J. 

HEPBURN, A. Barton; member of 
council; Delta Kappa Epsilon; ed. 
at Middlebury College A. B. 1871, 
LL. D. 1894; initiated by Alpha 
Alpha chapter; mem. of council of 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; delegate in- 



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ter-fraternity congresses held in New 
York City; banker; chairman board 
of directors, Chase National Bank; 
U. S. Bank examiner for New York, 
1888-'92; comptroller of the cur- 
rency, 1892-'93; director large num- 
ber of banks and other corporations; 
officer Legion of Honor, France; 
author "History of Coinage and Cur- 
rency" and "Artificial Waterways 
and Commercial Development"; con- 
tributor to magazines; trustee Rock- 
efeller Foundation; mem. prominent 
clubs; m. Emily L. Eaton, July 14, 
1887. Address, 83 Cedar St., New 
York City. 

HEPPNER, Amanda Henrietta; Chi 
Omega; ed. at University of Ne- 
braska, 1904; initiated by Kappa 
chapter June 5, 1904; president of 
alumnae chapter; assistant professor 
of German, director German dra- 
matics, University of Nebraska. Ad- 
dress, 944 Washington St., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 

HERING, Oswald Cj national council 
representative of Delta Kappa Epsi- 
lon; ed. at Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology 1897; initiated by Sig- 
ma Tau chapter in 1894; musical 
director of chapter; mem. Delta 
Kappa Epsilon Alumni Association 
of New York; architect and author; 
studied at L'Ecole "des Beaux Arts, 
Paris; senior partner of firm of 
Hermg & Fitch; associate editor of 
"Concrete and Cement Age," and 
writer of professional articles for 
lay and technical magazines; mem. 
American Institute of Architects, 
Architectural League of New York, 



Municipal Art Society, Pennsylvania 
Society, "The Players"; governor of 
Technology Club of New York. Ad- 
dress, 132 Madison Ave., New York 
City. 

HERN DON, Lizzie Rhette; grand 
president Sigma Iota Chi; ed. at 
Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, 
O.; initiated by Delta chapter. Ad- 
dress, Owenton, Ky. 

HERRON, Stanford Morton; manag- 
ing editor Chi Zeta Chi "Record"; 
Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Zeta Chi; ed. 
at Vanderbilt University; initiated 
by Theta chapter of Alpha Tau 
Omega, 1905, by Tennessee Beta 
chapter of Chi Zeta Chi, 1913; 
worthy master of chapter of Alpha 
Tau Omega; delegate national con- 
vention Alpha Tau Omega, Louis- 
ville, 1912, Nashville 1914; medical 
student. Address, 165 Eighth Ave., 
N. Nashville, Tenn. 

HESS, Edward J.; Phi Alpha Delta; 
ed. at Chicago Law School 1909; in- 
itiated by Webster chapter, Novem- 
ber, 1907; justice of chapter; su- 
preme recorder, 1910-'12; supreme 
justice, 1912-'13; chairman board of 
tribunes, 1913-'14; delegate Greek 
Letter Conference, Blackstone Hotel, 
Chicago, May, 1913; lawyer; m. Ella 
Lundberg, March 25, 1901. Address, 
105 W. Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

HEWITT, Arthur F.; district chief; 
Beta Theta Pi; ed. at Colorado 
School of Mines 1905; initiated by 
Beta Phi chapter, September, 1908; 
was member of petitioning local; 
president Colorado alumni; delegate 
to national conventions at petitioner 



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1905, '07, '08; delegate to district 
conventions, 1908, '09, '10, '11, '12, 
'13, '14; chief District XIV; deputy 
state engineer; contractor, Cuno and 
Hewitt; m. Elsa M. Bartels, 1913. 
Address, State Capitol, Denver, Colo. 

HEY, Harry A.; treasurer executive 
council; Delta Upsilon; ed. at Penn- 
sylvania State College, 1909; in- 
itiated by Pennsylvania State chap- 
ter, April, 1906; delegate district 
convention, 1914; national conven- 
tion, 1907, '08, '13; secretary-treas- 
urer executive council, 1912-'14; del- 
egate inter-fraternity conference, 
1913; mechanical engineer. Address, 
1954 E. 83rd St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

HEYL, Clarence W.; section chief of 
section eleven of Phi Gamma Delta; 
mem. Phi Delta Phi; ed. at Illinois 
Wesleyan University, 1908; initiated 
by Alpha Deuteron chapter, Decem- 
ber, 1905; delegate to national con- 
vention from Alpha Deuteron chap- 
ter in 1908; mem. Peoria graduate 
chapter; attorney-at-law; m. Mayme 
Randolph, December 25, 1909. Home 
address, 103 S. Maplewood Ave., 
Peoria, 111.; business address, 803 
Central National Bank Bldg., Peoria, 
111. 

HIBBITT, Charles W.; chairman ex- 
ecutive trustees; Phi Chi; ed. at 
Louisville Medical College, 1897; in- 
itiated by Alpha Alpha chapter, 
being a charter member, 1894; dele- 
gate to all national conventions for 
last ten years; grand presiding sen- 
ior and chairman executive trustees; 
professor gynecology University of 



Louisville. Address, Atherton Bldg., 
Louisville, Ky. 

H1CKOK, Paul Robinson; chairman 
of high council of Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. at Wooster College, 
1897; initiated by Ohio Beta Mu 
January 30, 1895; master of chapter; 
province chief VII (Ohio), 1902-'08; 
delegate to national conventions, 
1896, Cleveland; 1900, Boston; 1902, 
Chicago; 1904, New York; 1906, 
Birmingham; 1908, Pittsburgh; 1910, 
Atlanta, Ga.; delegate to district 
conventions, 1896, Alliance, O.; 1897, 
Columbus, O.; 1903, Delaware, O.; 
1904 Wooster, O.; 1905 Cleveland, 
O.; 1906, Springfield, O.; 1907, Co- 
lumbus, O.; 1909, Delaware, O.; 
worthy grand chaplain, 1900-'02, 1904- 
'06; worthy grand chief, 1908-'10; 
member of high council, 1910-'14; 
installed Kentucky Mu Iota chapter, 
Lexington, Ky., February 22, 1909; 
delegate to inter-fraternity meetings 
at New York, 1909 and 1910; mem. 
Cleveland and Washington Alumni 
Associations; pastor Metropolitan 
Presbyterian Church, Washington, 
D. C.; Freemason; Knights Templars, 
32nd degree, A. A. S. R.; m. Mary 
Elliot (Kappa Alpha Theta), Sep- 
tember 6, 1900. Address, 17 Fifth 
St., S. E., Washington, D. C. 

HICKS, J. Everett; district grand 
master for New England; Kappa 
Sigma; ed. at Bowdoin College, 
1895; initiated by Alpha Rho, 1895; 
mem. Boston Alumni Association; 
state manager Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co.; mem. Masons, Blue Lodge, 
Chapter, Commandery; m. Mary 



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119 



Alice Stuppel, 1897. Address, 30 
State St., Boston, Mass. 
HICKS, Susan Bitting; Chi Omega; 
ed. at University of California, 1906; 
initiated by Mu chapter, February 
10, 1902; chapter president; mem. 
Chicago alumnae chapter; national 
vice-president, 1908-1914; m. W. W. 
Hicks, November 30, 1909. Address, 
Tecumseh, Mich. 

HIGBIE, Henry Harold; president ex- 
ecutive council of Tau Beta Pi; Tau 
Beta Pi, Sigma Xi; Theta Xi; ed. at 
Columbia University, 1904; initiat- 
ed by New York Alpha chapter of 
Tau Beta Pi, 1903; chapter secre- 
tary; delegate national convention, 
Ithaca, N. Y., June, 1914; vice-presi- 
dent, treasurer, president executive 
council of Tau Beta Pi; contributor 
to "The Bent"; secretary University 
of Michigan chapter of Sigma Xi; 
professor of electrical engineering, 
University of Michigan; m. Helen 
Burch, 1905. Address, 714 Church 
St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

HIGGINS, Mattie Mae Woodworth; al- 
umnae member of grand council; Al- 
pha Omicron Pi; ed. at University 
of Nebraska, 1909; chapter presi- 
dent mem. Omaha Alumnae Associa- 
tion; delegate national convention, 
New York City, 1908; grand register, 
business manager "To Dragma"; 
mem. local inter-sorority conference 
and Pan-Hellenic Association; home 
duties and teacher of cooking at 
Omaha social settlement; m. Leslie 
Alan Higgins, June 4, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 706 North 49th St., Omaha, 
Nebr. 



HIGHT, Kate M.; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; ed. at Indiana State Uni- 
versity, 1880; initiated by Delta 
chapter, December, 1875; chapter 
president; mem. Kappa alumnae 
chapter; delegate national conven- 
tion, Blomington, 111., 1879; former 
national president; teacher; mem. 
Woman's Club, D. A. R. Address, 
314 E. Kirkwood Ave., Bloomington, 
Ind. 

HILBURN, Oscar Peace; Sigma Nu; 
ed. at Vanderbilt University, 1913; 
initiated by Sigma chapter No. 19, 
September, 1911; chapter treasurer; 
mem. law firm of Hilburn and Bull. 
Address, 26 First Nat'l Bank, Tam- 
pa, Fla. 

HILLYER, Ellison; past supreme coun- 
cillor, Psi Omega; ed. at New York 
College of Dentistry, 1893; initiated 
by Beta chapter, 1892; junior mas- 
ter of chapter; mem. New York 
Alumni Association; contributor to 
fraternity magazine; delegate na- 
tional convention, 1895, 1898; pro- 
fessor of prosethetic dentistry, New 
York College of Dentistry, secretary 
to faculty, practicing dentist; m. Lot- 
tie Belle Taylor, 1893. Address, 1143 
Dean St., Brooklyn, New York. 

HINCKS, Mabel Millman; district 
president; Kappa Alpha Theta; ed. 
at University of Toronto, 1907; in- 
itiated by Sigma chapter, 1907; chap- 
ter secretary; president Toronto 
alumnae chapter; president district 
convention, Syracuse, 1914; district 
vice-president, 1909-1911; president, 
1913-'15; delegate national conven- 
tion, 1905, 1913; contributor to mag- 



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LEADING GREEKS 



azine; English reader in University 
of Toronto; m. Clarence M. Hincks, 
1912. Address, 735 Bloor St., West, 
Toronto, Canada. 

HINDE, Anna Ford; grand vice-pres- 
ident, Beta Sigma Omicron; ed. at 
Christian College, Columbia, Mo., 
1912; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
February, 1911; chapter president; 
organizer and president of Kansas 
City Alumni Club; delegate to na- 
tional convention, June, 1914; con- 
tributor to magazine; home-maker; 
m. Edgar G. Hinde, October 24, 1912. 
Address, 1106 S. Noland St., Inde- 
pendence, Mo. 

MINES, Elizabeth Hannah; national 
historian of Phi Mu; ed. at Wes- 
leyan Female College, 1908; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, 1907; secretary of 
chapter; secretary Atlanta, Ga., 
Alumni Association of Phi Mu; sec- 
retary of the Atlanta Pan-Hellenic; 
chairman Alumni Association Board ; 
associate editor of "The Aglaia" of 
Phi Mu. Address, 862 Peachtree St., 
Atlanta, Ga. 

HINTON, Fanny Darling; Delta Delta 
Delta; ed. at Randolph-Macon Wo- 
man's College, 1911; initiated by Al- 
pha Xi chapter, November 6, 1907; 
chapter treasurer; mem. Atlanta 
Alumnae Association; attended na- 
tional conventions, Chicago, Lynch- 
burg; delegate to Atlanta Pan-Hel- 
lenic. Address, 636 Spring St., At- 
lanta, Ga. 

HIRSCH, Edwin Walter; grand 
scribe; Alpha Phi Sigma; ed. at 
University of Chicago and Rush 
Medical College, 1914; initiated by 



Gamma chapter, 1912; grand chap- 
ter representative; delegate two na- 
tional conventions; grand scribe, 
1914-'15; guardian of exchequer, 
1913-'14; editor of the "Journal" of 
Alpha Phi Sigma; delegate inter- 
fraternity medical conference, 1914- 
'15; medical student. Address, 3529 
Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. 

HIRSCHFIELD, Albert Clifford; su- 
preme southern praetor; Phi Beta 
Pi; ed. at University of Oklahoma, 
University of Indiana, B. S., M. D., 
1908; initiated by Alpha Lambda 
chapter, May 24, 1912; archon of 
chapter; organizer of chapter; dele- 
gate national convention, Minne- 
apolis, 1913; physician, formerly 
professor of physiology, University 
of Oklahoma; mem. Masons, 32nd de- 
gree Mason, Knights Templars 
Shriner; m. Florence Kynette, 1914. 
Address, Norman, Okla. 

HITT, Isaac Reynolds; former treas- 
urer of general council; Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. at Northwestern Univer- 
sity, B. S., M. S., 1888, LL. B., Kent 
Law School; initiated by Illinois Al- 
pha, 1886; chapter president; mem. 
Chicago and Washington, D. C., 
Alumni Associations; delegate to 
province conventions; president 
province; delegate national conven- 
tions, Blomington, 111., Atlanta, Ga., 
Washington, D. C.; treasurer to gen- 
eral council; delegate World's Con- 
gress of Fraternities at World's Fair, 
Chicago, 1893, and delivered address 
on fraternity finance; lawyer; U. 9. 
commissioner, D. C.; commissioner 
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121 



ton, D. C.; one of founders Univer- 
sity Club of Washington, D. C.; 
mem. Masons, Knights Templars, 
Shrine, Sons of American Revolu- 
tion; m. Rosa May Birch, November 
13, 1889. Address, 1410 H St., N. 
W., Washington, D. C. 

HOBART, Kenneth Gray; business 
manager of "Emerald"; Sigma Pi; 
ed. at University of California, 1916; 
initiated with Iota chapter as a char- 
ter member; chapter herald. Ad- 
dress, 2521 Ridge Road, Bsrkeley, 
Calif. 

HO BBS, Marabeth; grand secretary; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; ed. at Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, 1910; initiated by 
Delta chapter, April, 1909; chair- 
man chapter executive committee; 
mem. Minneapolis Alumni Associa- 
tion; president province Beta; at- 
tended national convention, Madison, 
Wis., 1913; grand secretary, 1911- 
'15; contributor to fraternity maga- 
zine; entire charge of examinations. 
Address, 2131 Fremont Ave., N., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

HOBBS, Thomas Gibson; president 
Gamma province; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at University of Virginia, 
1909; initiated by Virginia Oinicron, 
October, 1907; correspondent of 
chapter; Gamma province secretary, 
1911-12; president, 1912-'14; in- 
stalled one chapter; attended one 
national convention; attorney-at-law. 
Address, 16 Law Bldg., Lynchburg, 
Va. 

HOBERG, Oscar W.J editor-in-chief 
of Phi Alpha Delta "Quarterly"; 
mem. Delta Kappa Nu; ed. Uniyer- 



sity of Illinois, 1910; initiated by 
Magruder chapter of Phi Alpha 
Delta, March, 1909; mem. supreme 
executive board for five years; at- 
torney and contributor to legal 
magazine; mem. Order of Coif. Ad- 
dress, Masonic Temple, Peru, 111. 

HOBSON, Elsie Garland; Alpha Phi; 
ed. at Boston University, 1895; in- 
itiated by Eta chapter, 1890; chap- 
ter president; mem. Chicago Alum- 
nae Association; national treasurer; 
teacher. Address, 5215 Blackstone 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

HOFFMAN, Abram; past supreme 
president; Xi Psi Phi; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Buffalo, 1899; initiated by 
Mu chapter as a charter member, 
April, 1898; chapter president; mem. 
Mu and New York State Alumni As- 
sociations; deputy supreme presi- 
dent of province; delegate to many 
province conventions ; delegate many 
national conventions; president and 
director of general fraternity; con- 
tributor to "Quarterly"; orthodont- 
ist, professor of prosthetic dentistry 
and orthodontiatat at University of 
Buffalo; m. Lillian L. Bartels, Octo- 
ber 2, 1901. Address, 529 Franklin 
St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

HOGE, Oril Elizabeth; Kappa Delta; 
ed. at Illinois Wesleyan University, 
1913; initiated by Omicron chapter, 
Nov. 1909; president of chapter; 
mem. Bloomington Alumnae Associa- 
tion; mem. chapter extension com- 
mittee; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Richmond, Va., 1912; alumnae 
reporter for "Angelos" of Kappa 



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LEADING GREEKS 



Delta; public reader. Address, We- 
nona, 111. 

HOLLAND, Philip; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at Southwestern Presby- 
terian College, 1902; initiated by 
Tennessee Zeta, 1898; American 
Consul to Basil, Switzerland; m. 
Corabelle Anderson, May 10, 1904. 
Address, American Consul, Basil, 
Switzerland. 

HOLLENDER, Abraham R.; chairman 
extension committee; Alpha Phi Sig- 
ma; ed. at University of Illinois Col- 
lege of Medicine; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, 1910; chapter oracle; dele- 
gate national convention, 1913, 1914; 
mem. grand chapter; chairman ex- 
tension committee; editor "The 
Journal," 1913; organized and in- 
stalled four new chapters; registrar 
and secretary, The Hoffman Prepara- 
tory School. Address, 2159 Caton 
St., Chicago, 111. 

HOLLISTER, William H.; Delta Kap- 
pa Epsilon; ed. at Williams College, 
1870; initiated by Epsilon chapter, 
1867; head of chapter; delegate na- 
tional convention, Boston, 1890; m. 
J. Frances Hillman, Oct. 16, 1878. 
Address, 43 First St., Troy, N. Y. 

HOLMES, Clayton Wood; former 
president of grand lodge; Theta 
Delta Chi; ed. at Lafayette College, 
1869; initiated by Phi charge Octo- 
ber 1, 1866; founder of Phi charge; 
mem. and secretary of first grand 
lodge; editor the "Shield," 1888- 
1898; wrote memorial history of 
Theta Delta Chi; manufacturer and 
head of numerous important cor- 
porations; 32nd degree Mason; mem. 



Sons of American Revolution, Sons 
of Veterans,, Century Club, Coun- 
try Club of Elmira, N. Y.; m. 
Charlotte Stevens, November 2, 1871. 
Address, 410 W. Gray St., Elmira, 
N. Y. 

HOLMES, John Albert; first past 
national president; Theta Chi; ed. at 
Norwich University, 1895; initiated 
by Alpha chapter June 6, 1891; as- 
sisted in organization of grand chap- 
ter 1908, president grand chapter 
1908, 1909, 1910, 1911; historian, 
roster, short history of Theta Chi 
and contributions to fraternity 
magazine; civil engineer; mem. 
Northeastern Historical Genealogical 
Society, American Society Civil En- 
gineers; in. Mary Florence Murdock, 
Oct. 16, 1901. Address, 16 Chapel St., 
Somerville, Mass. 

HOLSTEIN, George Leonard; chair- 
man executive committee Kappa Psi; 
ed. at Philadelphia College of Phar- 
macy, 1903; initiated by Eta chap- 
ter, November, 1902; chapter re- 
gent; mem. Philadelphia alumni 
chapter; delegate province conven- 
tion Springfield, Mass., 1914; dele- 
gate national convention 1902, 1903, 
1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1910, 
1913; grand secretary and treas- 
urer 1904-1906, grand regent 1906- 
1910; business manager "The 
Mask"; contributor to fraternity 
magazine; systematized chapter ac- 
counts; pharmacist; Mason, Lodge, 
Chapter Council, Knights Templars; 
mem. I. O. O. F.; mem. National 
Geographic Society, Masonic Re- 
search Society; m. Catherine 



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123 



Blanche Wagner, 1905. Address, 529 
N. 8th St., Lebanon, Penn. 
HOLSTON, John G. F.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Phi Beta Pi; ed. at Gettys 
burg College, Ohio State University 
1901; initiated by Pennsylvania 
Delta of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Nov. 
17, 1899; president Pennsylvania 
Delta corporation, 1910-1911; editor 
"Phi Beta Pi Quarterly," 1904- 1906; 
supreme vice-archon Phi Beta Pi, 
1907-1908; supreme archon Phi Beta 
Pi, 1911; represented Phi Beta Pi 
at inter-medical fraternity confer- 
ence, Chicago, May 30, 1914; gen- 
eral and orthopedic surgery; visited 
Munich, Berlin and Vienna, 1910; 
mem. Masonic, Shrine. Address, 620 
South St., Zanesville, Ohio. 

HOLT, Mary Armistead; chairman ex- 
tension committee; Kappa Delta; 
ed. at State Normal College, Farm- 
ville, Va., 1912; initiated by Alpha 
chapter Feb. 17, 1910; delegate na- 
tional convention, April, 1912; con- 
tributor to the "Angelos"; teacher. 
Address, 241 Armistead Ave., Hamp- 
ton, Va. 

HONNOLD, C. Edgar; Sigma Nu; ed. 
at Northwestern University, 1907; 
initiated by Gamma Beta chapter, 
February, 1904; chapter treasurer; 
president Oklahoma Alumni Asso- 
ciation; delegate national conven- 
tion Chicago 1908, Indianapolis 
1910; assisted in installation of 
chapter at University of Oklahoma; 
bond broker; m. Marie Beal Clarke, 
April 2, 1913. Address, 921 State 
National Bank Bldg., Oklahoma 
City, Okla. 



HOOD f J. Douglas; grand secretary 
Alpha Sigma Phi; ed. at University 
of Illinois A. B. 1910, George Wash- 
ington University M. A. 1913; initi- 
ated by Eta chapter Nov. 20, 1909; 
chapter president; delegate to na- 
tional convention Marietta 1910, Co- 
lumbus 1911, Detroit 1912, New York 
1914; grand secretary, 1910; con- 
tributor to the "Tomahawk"; as- 
sistant biologist, U. S. biological 
survey; specialist in Thysanoptera 
of this world; author numerous pa- 
pers of entomological research; Ma- 
son. Address, U. S. Biological Sur- 
vey, Washington, D. C. 

HOOPER, Blanche Heard; president 
Boston alumnae; Alpha Omicron Pi; 
ed. Tufts College, 1904; initiated by 
Delta chapter, October, 1901; grand 
secretary, 1910-1912; librarian. Ad- 
dress, Tufts College, Mass. 

HOPKINS, Heaman Halsey, Jr.; 
grand scribe; Theta Tau; ed. at 
Michigan College of Mines, 1908; 
initiated by Beta chapter, 1906; re- 
gent of chapter; mem. Chicago 
Alumni Association; delegate na- 
tional convention, 1913; m. Irene 
Harper, Apr. 26, 1911. Address, 164 
N. Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

HOPKINS, May Agness; grand presi- 
dent; Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Texas, 1911; initiated by 
Kappa chapter, 1906; chapter presi- 
dent; mem. Dallas Alumnae Asso- 
ciation; delegate national conven- 
tion, 1906, 1908, 1910, 1912; grand 
secretary, grand president; dele- 
gate National Pan-Hellenic Congress, 
1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913; gen- 



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eral practitioner as a physician. Ad- 
dress, 606 Southwestern Life Bldg., 
Dallas, Tex. 

HORNER, Alice Maud Jones; former 
grand president; Zeta Tan Alpha; 
ed. at Virginia State Normal Col- 
lege, Farmville, Va., 1900; one of the 
founders of Alpha chapter; presi- 
dent of chapter; mem. Parmville 
Alumnae Association; attended 
three national conventions; grand 
president; helped to write consti- 
tution and by-laws of Zeta Tau 
Alpha; home-keeper; m. William 
Ferebee Horner, June, 1904. Ad- 
dress, Hamilton St., Rosemary, Hali- 
fax Co., S. C. 

HORNER, Simpson Wesley; Phi Kap- 
pa Psi; ed. at Dartmouth College, 
1909; initiated by New Hampshire 
Alpha, September, 1904; chapter 
vice-president, secretary, Kansas 
City Alumni Association; helped to 
establish Detroit Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate to two national con- 
ventions; manager of Kansas City 
branch of Lewis Motor Co.; m. 
Evelyn Blackburne Coons, Decem- 
ber, 1913. Address, 1600 Grand 
Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

HORNING, Albert Z.; member na- 
tional endowment committee, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. University of 
Michigan and previously a student 
at the University of Indiana; char- 
ter member of Michigan Iota-Beta of 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; eminent re- 
corder of the chapter; president of 
the Evanston Alumni Association, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1904; dele- 
gate to national convention, S. A. E., 



Atlantic City, 1909; visitor to na- 
tional convention of S. A. E., 1914, 
at Chicago; mem. of the national 
endowment committee of the fra- 
ternity, 1913-1914; wholesale im- 
porter of coffee and teas. Resi- 
dence, Hotel Monnett, Evanston, 111. 

HOSKINS, Horace Preston; secretary 
of national council; Alpha Psi; ed. 
at University of Pennsylvania, 1910; 
initiated by Epsilon chapter, May 23, 
1908; delegate national convention, 
1912; compiled Alpha Psi directory, 
1912; assistant professor of veterin- 
ary science, University of Minne- 
sota; mem. American Veterinary 
Medical Association, U. S. Livestock 
Sanitary Association; m. Anna M. 
Smith, Sept. 2, 1912. Address, Uni- 
versity Farm, St. Paul, Minn. 

HOSKINS, James Dickason; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; ed. at University of Tennes- 
see B. S. 1891, A. M. 1895, LL. B. 
1897; initiated by Zeta chapter, 
1904; dean of college of Liberal 
Arts and professor of history, Uni- 
versity of Tennessee; mem. univer- 
sity commission on Southern Race 
Problems; m. Lynn Dening, Nov. 29, 
1899. Address, University of Ten- 
nessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 

HOSTETTER, Earl De Witt; grand 
historian; Sigma Chi; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1907; initiated 
by Omicron Omicron chapter, Jan- 
uary, 1904; consul of chapter; mem. 
Chicago alumni chapter; delegate 
district convention, 1906; national 
convention, 1905, 1911, 1913; grand 
historian; mem. executive commit- 
tee; editor of 1912 and 1913 editions 



LEADING GREEKS 



125 



of "Sigma Chi Manual and Direc- 
tory" ; lawyer, firm of Wilkerson and 
Cassels. Address, 1145 The Rook- 
ery, Chicago, 111. 

HOUCHENS, Josie Batcheller; grand 
registrar; Sigma Kappa; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Illinois, 1908; initiated 
by Theta chapter, 1908; chapter 
president; delegate national conven- 
tion, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911; pub- 
lished fraternity directory, commit- 
tee work; librarian. Address, 1106 
California Ave., Urbana, 111. 

HOUCK, Stanley B.; national secre- 
tary-treasurer of Delta Sigma Rho; 
ed. at University of Minnesota LL. 
B. 1908, LL. M. 1909; initiated by 
University of Minnesota chapter, 
1906; secretary-treasurer of chapter; 
charter member of mother chapter, 
Apr. 13, 1906; delegate to national 
conventions, 1910, 1911, 1913; editor 
of "Gavel"; national secretary since 
May 1, 1910; mem. Iron Wedge 
local; mem. general alumni associa- 
tion of University of Minnesota; at- 
torney-at-law and commerce counsel; 
mem. I. 0. O. F. and Masons; m. 
Harriett M. McKenzie, Dec. 18, 1908. 
Address, 348 McKnight Bldg., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

MOULDER, Grace Ada Small; chair- 
man extension committee; bulletin 
editor; Sigma Kappa; ed. at Boston 
University, 1904; charter member of 
Delta chapter installed Mar. 7, 1904; 
president Boston alumnae chapter; 
delegate council congress, 1913; dele- 
gate to national convention, 1904, 
1908, 1910, 1911, 1912; attended na- 
tional convention, 1905, 1906, 1907; 



manager 1911 convention; editor 
"Triangle"; organized Boston alum- 
nae chapter; installed Lambda, Mu, 
Nu, Xi and Omicron chapters; dele- 
gate national Pan-Hellenic Congress, 
1912, 1913; taught English in Brock- 
ton (Mass.) High School, 1906-1912; 
m. Montague Stuart Houlder, June 
7, 1912. Address, 210 Woodside Ave., 
Winthrop, Mass. 

HOUSSER, Harry Broughton; presi- 
dent Toronto Alumni Association 
of Delta Kappa Epsilon; ed. at To- 
ronto University, 1904; initiated by 
Alpha Phi chapter, 1901; delegate 
to national convention; delegate to 
district convention, 1912-1914; man- 
ager J. H. Mackay & Co., bond brok- 
ers; m. Lucia Graham, November, 
1908. Address, 14 Foxbar Road, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

HOUSTON, Beulah Lyon; secretary 
Chicago alumnae chapter; Gamma 
Phi Beta; ed. at Northwestern Uni- 
versity and University of Wisconsin, 
1894; initiated by Epsilon chapter, 
affiliated Gamma chapter; served on 
ritual committee; delegate three na- 
tional conventions; vocal teacher; 
magazine writer. Address, 322 
Maple Ave., Wheaton, 111. 

HOWARD, Ethel Switzer; Chi 
Omega; ed. at Northwestern Univer- 
sity, University of Wisconsin, 1909; 
initiated by Xi chapter, October, 
1904, affiliated with Nu chapter; 
president Chicago Alumni Associa- 
tion, 1909-1910; contributor to fra- 
ternity magazine; m. John Gardner 
Howard, 1912. Address, 4911 Monti- 
cello Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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LEADING GREEKS 



HOWARD, Nina Foster; Delta 
Gamma; ed. at Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1895; initiated by Sigma 
chapter, 1892; chapter president; 
mem. Chicago Sigma alumni chap- 
ter; delegate six conventions; for- 
mer national president; chairman 
extension committee; delegate na- 
tional Pan-Hellenic. Address, 615 
Greenleaf Ave., Glencoe, 111. 

HOWE, Charles Burton; head of lo- 
cal chapter; Theta Xi; ed. at Cornell 
University, 1903; initiated with 
Zeta chapter as a charter member, 
1903; D. G. L. of chapter; delegate 
to several national conventions; 
vice-president; contributor to Theta 
Xi "Quarterly"; delegate last inter- 
fraternity conference at University 
club, New York City; educator, con- 
nected with New York City Depart- 
ment of Education; m. Annie P. 
Kellogg, Aug. 20, 1912. Address, 
Crestwood Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

HOWE, Sheldon Jencks; former gen- 
eral secretary and editor of "Quar- 
terly," Delta Upsilon; ed. at Brown 
University, 1908; initiated by Brown 
chapter, October, 1905; chapter 
president; mem. New York Delta 
Upsilon Club; secretary board of 
trustees; delegate to inter-fraternity 
conference, New York, 1911, 1912. 
Address, 211 Atlantic Ave., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

HOWE, Thomas Carr; Delta Tau 
Delta; ed. at Butler College, 1889; 
initiated by Beta Zeta chapter, 1885; 
mem. Indianapolis Alumni Associa- 
tion; president Butler College; doc- 
tor of philosophy, Harvard, 1899; 



m. Jennie Armstrong, 1890. Ad- 
dress, 48 South Anderson Road, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

HOWLE, Paul Williamson; senior na- 
tional officer Pi Mu; Kappa Alpha, 
Pi Mu, Phi Beta Kappa; ed. at Wil- 
liam and Mary College 1894, Uni- 
versity College of Medicine 1898; 
initiated Alpha Zeta chapter of Kap- 
pa Alpha 1891, by Beta chapter of 
Pi Mu 1895, by Alpha chapter of 
Phi Beta Kappa 1914; presiding 
chapter officer of Pi Mu; presiding 
officer of national conventions of Pi 
Mu, 1910-1913; senior councilor, 
general secretary Pi Mu; contributor 
to "The Cerebrum"; physician and 
surgeon; associate in surgery and 
gynecology, Medical College of Vir- 
ginia; m. Lena Harrison Green, 
Nov. 1, 1900. Address, 701 W. Grace 
St., Richmond, Va. 

HOWRY, Charles Bowen; past emi- 
nent supreme archon; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. at University of Mis- 
sissippi, 1867; initiated by Missis- 
sippi Gamma chapter, 1866; charter 
member of chapter; mem. Washing- 
ton (D. C.) Alumni Association; 
president 1867 national convention; 
federal judge, United States Court 
of Claims; mem. Mississippi House 
of Representatives 1880-1884, demo- 
cratic national committee 1891-1896; 
United States district attorney 1885- 
1889, assistant attorney general of- 
United States 1893-1896; mem. 
American Bar Association; trustee 
University of Mississippi; m. Sallie 
Bird. Address, U. S. Court of 
Claims, Washington, D. C. 



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HOY, David Fletcher; former presi 
dent; Kappa Sigma; ed. at Cornell 
University, 1891; initiated by Alpha 
Kappa chapter, May 23, 1898; mem. 
Sigma Xi, Quill and Dagger; mem. 
Ithaca Alumni Association; delegate 
national convention, Philadelphia, 
1900; president 1900-1902; "Cata- 
logue" editor, 1902-1912; editor, 
1904, 1906 and 1912 "Address Book." 
Address, Ithaca, N. Y. 

HUBACH, Grace Amanda Barnum; 
president Kansas City Alliance; 
Delta Delta Delta; ed. at Boston 
University, 1902; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, 1900; mem. Phi Beta Kap- 
pa; chapter chaplain; m. Alfred G. 
Hubach, Aug., 1906. Address, 4331 
Walnut St., Kansas City, Mo. 

HUBARD, Tazewell Taylor; Kappa 
Alpha (Southern); ed. at Virginia 
Military Institute, 1887; initiated by 
Beta chapter, Feb. 16, 1884; I. of 
chapter; mem. Norfolk (Va.) Alum- 
ni Association; delegate national 
conventions 1893, 1898; G. H. for 
fourteen years; attorney-at-law; m. 
Elizabeth M. Cannon, 1895. Ad- 
dress, 145 Bank St., Norfolk, Va. 

HUBER, Harry I.; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. at Dickinson College, 1898; 
initiated by Pennsylvania Sigma 
Phi; eminent archon of chapter; 
president province Beta; delegate 
national conventions Boston and St. 
Louis; lawyer; mem. F. and A. M., 
Royal Arcanum; m. Emily McK. 
Weidler, June 26, 1900. Address, 
215 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

HUFF, George A. Jr.; Kappa Sigma; 
ed. University of Illinois, 1892; ini- 



tiated by Alpha Gamma chapter, 
Dec., 1902; director of physical 
training and athletics, University of 
Illinois, 1895 ; m. Katherine 
Louise Naughton, Dec., 1897. Ad- 
dress, 304 W. Church St., Cham- 
paign, 111. 

HUFFMAN, Martha Cline; grand 
treasurer; Kappa Alpha Theta; ed. 
at University of Nebraska, 1906; 
initiated by Rho chapter, 1902; 
chapter president; district presi- 
dent; delegate national conventions 
1911, 1913; contributor to frater- 
nity magazine; mother; m. Yale 
Bryant H. Huffman, 1907. Ad- 
dress, Merna, Nebr. 

HUGHAN, Jesse Wallace; a founder 
and member grand council; Alpha 
Omicron Pi; ed. at Barnard College, 
A. B. 1898, A. M. 1899, Ph. D. 1911; 
mem. Phi Beta Kappa; contributor 
to 'To Dragma"; teacher of English 
in Eastern Detroit High School; 
author two books; active worker 
and lecturer for Socialism. Ad- 
dress, 61 Quincy St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

HUGHES, John Gordon; grand prin- 
ceps; Pi Kappa Alpha; ed. at Uni- 
versity of South Carolina, 1897; in- 
itiated by Xi chapter, Sept., 1893; 
chapter president; grand chancellor; 
grand princeps; author of history 
of Xi chapter; contributor to fra- 
ternity magazine; lawyer and plant- 
er; state senator, term ending 1918; 
mem. House of Representatives 
from Union county, 1906-1910. Ad- 
dress, 71 W. Main St., Union, S. C. 

HUGHES, Rupert; Delta Upsilon; ed. 
at Adelbert College of Western Re- 



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serve University, 1892; initiated by 
Western Reserve chapter, 1888; 
chapter president; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; delegate national convention 
Harvard, 1892; orator at Amherst 
convention, poet at Cleveland con- 
vention, 1914; contributor to~ maga- 
zine; author of novels and plays, 
"What Will People Say?" "Excuse 
Me," etc. Address, Bedford Hills, 
N. Y. 

HULETT, Minnie A. Dollar; national 
marshal, Delta Delta Delta; ed. at 
St. Lawrence University, 1905; ini- 
tiated by Beta chapter, March 5, 
1904; alumnae advisor of chapter; 
mem. Beta Alliance; delegate na- 
tional convention Columbus, Ohio, 
1912; national marshal, 1911; edi- 
tor "Catalogue" and "Directory," 
1915; housekeeper; m. Edwin Lee 
Hulett, Alpha Tau Omega. Address 
110 Main St., Canton, N. Y. 

HULLEY, Elkanah B.; editor; Phi 
Gamma Delta; ed. at Bucknell Col- 
lege, 1907; initiated by Delta chap- 
ter, June 18, 1904; chapter historian; 
mem. Omicron Alumni Chapter of 
Pittsburgh; proprietor advertising 
agency; Mason. Address, Common- 
wealth Bldg., Pittsburgh, Penn. 

HULTON, Florence; former president 
of Psi Alliance; Delta Delta Delta; 
ed. at University of Pennsylvania, 
1907; initiated by Psi chapter, Sept., 
1904; delegate to district conven- 
tion; district chaplain, librarian, 
vice-president; teacher of science 
William Penn High School for Girls. 
Address, 2853 Boudinot St., Phila- 
delphia, Penn. 



HUME, Maria Dudley; Delta Delta 
Delta; ed. at Transylvania Univer- 
sity, 1911; initiated by Beta Zeta 
chapter; president of Beta Zeta 
alliance; alliance secretary of Delta 
province. Address, R. F. D. No. 4, 
Lexington, Ky. 

HUMES, Charles D.; member of the 
executive committee of the College 
Fraternity Bureau; Phi Chi.; ed. 
Indiana University Medical School; 
initiated by Mu chapter, 1907; 
Grand Presiding Senior of Phi Chi, 
1909; chairman of the executive 
trustees of Phi Chi; physician. Ad- 
dress, 1820 E. Tenth St., Indianap- 
olis, Ind. 

HUMMELL, Charles Mahlon; Sigma 
Nu; ed. at Missouri School of 
Mines, 1904; initiated Gamma Xi 
chapter, 1902; commander of chap- 
ter; mem. St. Louis Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate national conventions 
New Orleans and Chicago; installed 
chapter at University of Arkansas; 
manufacturer and contractor; m. 
Mary Eva Casey, 1906. Address, 
4032 Flad Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

HUNLEY, Annette Fillius; grand 
president; Phi Delta Delta; ed. at 
College of Law, University of South- 
ern California; charter member of 
Alpha chapter, installed 1911; high 
priestess of chapter; district high 
priestess and chaplain; secretary to 
dean and registrar College of Law, 
University of Southern California. 
Address, 3035 Fourth Ave., Los An- 
geles, Calif. 

HUNT, Caroline Louisa; Delta Gam- 
ma; ed. at Northwestern University, 



LEADING GREEKS 



129 



1888; initiated by Sigma chapter, 
March, 1882; chapter president; del- 
egate national convention, 1888; na- 
tional president, 1888; expert in nu- 
trition, office of experiment stations, 
U. S. Department of Agriculture. 
Address, 1432 R St. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

HUNT, Ear| Rudolph; Sigma Chi; 
ed. at De Pauw University, 1905; 
initiated by Xi chapter, 1902; chap- 
ter president; mem. Indianapolis 
Alumni Association; delegate dis- 
trict convention, 1905; grand prae- 
tor Fourth Province, 1913-1915; con- 
tributor to "Quarterly"; superin- 
tendent of claims, Prudential Casu- 
alty Co. Address, 2 Y. M. C. A. 
Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. 

HUNT, George Edwin; supreme his- 
torian of Delta Sigma Delta, Delta 
Tau Delta, Delta Sigma Delta; ed. 
at University of Michigan, Indiana 
Dental College; initiated by Delta 
chapter of Delta Tau Delta, by Xi 
chapter of Delta Sigma Delta; mem. 
Thirty - Second Degree Masons, 
Shrine; m. Maria F. Buchanan, June 
23, 1908. Address, 11 W. North St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

HUNT, Lee F.; Beta Theta Pi, Phi 
Chi; ed. at Indiana University 1899, 
Kentucky University Medical Col- 
lege 1903; initiated Pi chapter of 
Beta Theta Pi 1895, by Epsilon 
chapter of Phi Chi; presiding senior 
>f chapter of Phi Chi; delegate na- 
lonal convention Phi Chi, 1896; 
id presiding senior, chairman ex- 
ion committee; physician and 
irgeon; mem. Masons, B. P. O. E.; 



m. Martha Carr, 1908. Address, 467 
Union Bldg., Anderson, Ind. 

HUNTER, Frank A.; mem. national 
jurisprudence committee; Sigma 
Nu; ed. at Ohio State University, 
1911; initiated by Beta Nu chapter, 
1908; chapter reporter; mem. Colum- 
bus Alumni Association; delegate to 
national conventions, Indianapolis 
1910, Atlanta 1912; editor Beta Nu 
"Record" one year; delegate local 
Pan-Hellenic, Ohio State University; 
attorney-at-law ; democratic candi- 
date for representative to General 
Assembly. Address, 507 Chamber 
of Commerce Bldg., Columbus, Ohio. 

HUNTER, George William; grand 
treasurer; Alpha Sigma Phi; ed. at 
Marietta (Ohio) College, 1886; ini- 
tiated by Delta chapter, June 20, 
1882; banker; m. Addie M. Olney, 
Dec. 2, 1890. Address, Williams- 
town, W. Va. 

HUNTLEY, Edwin Dana; committee 
to install chapters; Theta Chi; ed. 
at Norwich University, 1907; initi- 
ated by Alpha chapter, March 14, 
1903; chapter secretary; secretary 
Western Vermont Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate national convention, 
1912; grand vice-president, 1912- 
1913; fraternity lecturer; laundry 
business; Thirty-Second Degree Ma- 
son, Knights Templars, Shriner, B. P. 
O. E. Address, 84 Buell St., Bur- 
lington, Vt. 

HURT, Mabel; Kappa Delta; ed. at 
Randolph-Macon Women's College, 
1907; initiated by Theta chapter, 
March 6, 1905; national registrar, 
1911-1913; contributor to the "An- 



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LEADING GREEKS 



gelos"; m. Charles A. Bickerstaff, 
Nov. 22, 1911. Address, 85 Eliza- 
beth St., Inman Park, Atlanta, Ga. 

HUSBAND, Agnes; sponsor; Delta 
Delta Delta; ed. at Kansas Univer- 
sity A. B. 1911; initiated by Lambda 
chapter, March 9, 1908; mem. New 
York City Alliance; helped install 
chapters at Wesleyan, Macon, Ga., 
Stetson, De Land, Ga., and Judson, 
Marion, Ala.; voice teacher, Stetson 
University 1912-1913, College of Em- 
poria, 1913-1914; studied voice in 
Florence, Italy, 1909. Address, 620 
S. Maple Ave., McPherson, Kans. 

HUTCHCRAFT, Lucy Keller; grand 
secretary's deputy; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; ed. at Kentucky State Uni- 
versity, 1906; initiated by Beta Chi 
chapter, Feb. 12, 1910; grand secre- 
tary's deputy, 1912-1914; secretary 
extension department Kentucky Ex- 
periment Station. Address, Ken- 
tucky Experiment Station, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 

HUTCHINSON, Brooks Swearengen; 
Delta Tau Delta, Delta Chi; ed. at 
West Virginia University A. B. 
1909, Yale University LL. B. 1912; 
initiated by Gamma Delta chapter, 
1904; delegate national Karnea, 
New York, 1905, Chicago, 1909; 
lawyer, coal, oil and gas operation. 
Address, "Sonnencroft," Fairmont, 
W. Va. 

HUTCHINSON, Claude Burton; Alpha 
Zeta, Gamma Alpha; ed. at Univer- 
sity of Missouri 1908, Cornell Uni- 
versity 1913; initiated by Missouri 
chapter of Alpha Zeta April, 1907, by 
Cornell chapter of Gamma Alpha 



May, 1913; high chancellor Alpha 
Zeta, 1914; professor of farm crops, 
University of Missouri. Address, 
College of Agriculture, Columbia, 
Mo. 

I 

ING ALLS, Osmer Charles, former Na- 
tional President of Delta Chi; ed. at 
Ohio State University, 1907; initi- 
ated by Ohio State chapter, Oct. 7, 
1903; "A" of chapter; mem. Colum- 
bus, O., Alumni Association; "EE," 
national recorder, "DD" national 
treasurer, "AA" national president; 
delegates to eight conventions; pub- 
lisher of Red Book of Wholesale 
Grocers and Law List; mem. Scot- 
tish Rite Mason, Shriner; m. Lau- 
rene Kelsey, Jan. 30, 1909; office, 
500 Schultz Bldg., Columbus, O. 

IRISH, Robert Listen, M. D.; national 
president of Theta Chi, 1912-1913; 
ed. Norwich University, 1889; initi- 
ated by Alpha Chapter, 1885; held all 
chapter offices; president Norwich 
Alumni Association, 1914; delegate 
to conventions of 1909-10-11-12-13-14 
delegate to Inter-Fraternity Confe 
ence, 1913; m. Fannie R. S. Haddc 
1890. Address, 314 Second Av . 
New York City. 

IRONS, Ernest E.; general secrets 
Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Tau Delta; 
at University of Chicago, 1903 ; i 
ated by Kappa chapter of Nu Si{ 
Nu; delegate interfraternity medk 
conference, Chicago, 1914; mem. Chj 
cago Alumni Association of Delta 
Tau Delta; physician. Address, 122 
Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

IRVIN, Ray Warren, secretary Cleve- 



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131 



land Alumni Chapter of Beta Theta 
Pi, 1910 and 1914; ed. at Wooster 
College, Ohio, 1908; initiated by 
Alpha Lambda chapter, Dec. 8, 1904; 
steward of chapter; mem. Wooster 
Beta Theta Pi Alumni Association, 
secretary 1908 to date and Cleveland 
Alumni Chapter delegate to district 
convention, 1906; delegate from 
Cleveland Alumni Chapter to na- 
tional convention in 1909 and 1913; 
representative at Wooster Inter-Fra- 
ternity Alumni Committee, 1912 to 
date; manager the Rorheimer-Brooka 
Studios (decorators and furnishers). 
Address, 1931 E. 9th St., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

IRVINE, Harry Garfield; district dep- 
uty; Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. at 
University of Minnesota, 1903; ini- 
tiated by Psi chapter, 1900; chapter 
treasurer; president alumni asso- 
ciation of Psi chapter; deputy for 
Psi district; delegate national con- 
vention Chicago, Dec., 1902; physi- 
cian, practice limited to dermatology 
and venereal diseases; post-graduate 
Vienna, London, 1911; m. Etta Mc- 

r Cabe, 1905. Address, 601 Syndicate 
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 

RVINE, Theodora Ursula; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; ed. Northwestern 
University, 1897; initiated by Upsi- 
lon chapter, 1891; president of chap- 
.er; mem. New York City Alumni 
Association; delegate to national 
convention of 1894; head of school of 
oratory, Cornell College, 1899 to 
1904; dramatic reader, writer of ar- 
ticles for speaking, editor Book of 
Readings, leader of crusade for pure 
speech; writer of original mono- 



logues. Address, Carnegie Hall, 
New York, N. Y. 

ISRAEL, Dorothy Marie, editor of the 
song book of Kappa Delta; ed. at 
Louisiana State University, 1915; in- 
itiated by Epsilon Chapter, S'ept. 28, 
1912; chapter treasurer; written 
many songs for song book and con- 
tributed to "Angelos" of Kappa 
Delta; delegate to convention of 
1913. Address, Campus and West 
St., Baton Rouge, La. 



JACKMAN, Ralph Willmarth; mem- 
ber executive committee, College 
Fraternity Reference Bureau; trus- 
tee of Delta Upsilon; ed. at Wiscon- 
sin University, Harvard University 
1897; initiated by Wisconsin chap- 
ter, Oct., 1893; president of chapter; 
delegate to Chicago Greek Confer- 
ence, 1913; district committeeman; 
in charge of committee in defense of 
fraternities before the Wisconsin 
Legislature; lawyer; m. Ethel 
Houser, Gamma Phi Beta, 1902. 
Address, 20-32 Board of Commerce 
Bldg., Madison, Wis. 

JACKSON, Elizabeth Meseroll Rhodes 
(Mrs. Ralph T. C.), editor of the 
"Key" of Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. 
Cornell University, 1897; initiated 
by Psi chapter Dec. 7, 1894; cor- 
responding secretary of chapter; 
contributed to magazine, officer at 
conventions of 1912 and 1914, visitor 
at conventions of 1904 and 1906, ed- 
itor 1910; exchange editor 1906-1910; 
editor of "The Key," delegate to con- 
ference of editors, National Pan-Hel- 
lenic Conference, 1913; teacher 



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LEADING GREEKS 



Adelphi Academy 1897 to 1904, 1904 
to 1907, secretary of the Inter-Muni- 
cipal Committee of Household Re- 
search; contributed to "Outlook," 
"Delineator," "Good Housekeeping" 
and "Munsey's ;" m. Ralph T. C. Jack- 
son. Address, 29 Oak Square Ave., 
Brighton, Boston, Mass. 

JACKSON, Fleda Coleman (Mrs. W. 
C.); Alpha Chi Omega; ed. North- 
western University, 1891; initiated 
by Gamma chapter 1891; mem. East- 
ern Oklahoma Club; Gamma Alum- 
nae Editor; delegate to first; m. Way- 
man Crow Jackson, 1898; second and 
third national conventions. Address, 
622 N. 13th St., Muskogee, Okla. 

JACKSON, Paul Edward; historian of 
Sigma Tau; Scabbard and Blade; ed. 
Kansas State College, 1915; initiated 
by Epsilon of Sigma Tau, February 
19, 1912; and by L company of Scab- 
bard and Blade, May 24, 1914; chap- 
ter correspondent to "Sigma Pyra- 
mid" and company correspondent to 
magazine of Scabbard and Blade; 
delegate to conventions of Sigma Tau 
in 1913 and 1914; delegate to con- 
vention of Scabbard and Blade, 1914; 
mem. committee on printing Sigma 
Tau ritual and redrafting of constitu- 
tion in 1914; electrical engineer. 
Address, Downs, Kans. 

JACOB, Harvey Damian; deputy 
chancellor; Delta Theta Phi; ed. at 
Georgetown University, 1913; initi- 
ated by White Senate Chapter, May, 
1911; master of chapter; organized 
and installed Washington Alumni 
Association; deputy chancellor Beta 
district; delegate national conven 
tion Chicago, 1913; contributor to 



fraternity magazine; lawyer; was 
secretary to Justice Lurton of U. S. 
Supreme Court; at present connected 
with the Department of Justice; m. 
Camille Fitzpatrick, 1913. Address, 
The Champlain, Washington, D. C. 

JACOBSEN, Gussle; mem. publica- 
tion committee; Delta Delta Delta; 
ed. at James Millikin University, 
1912; initiated by Delta Epsilon 
chapter, 1912; a charter member of 
Delta Epsilon and president at time 
of installation; president Delta Ep- 
eilon Alliance, 1913-1914; delegate to 
national convention Columbus, 1912. 
Address, Niantic, 111. 

JANVIER, Lois; president of Province 
Delta of Pi Beta Phi; ed. at Sophie 
Newcomb Memorial College, 1910; 
initiated by Louisiana Alpha, Oct. 
19, 1905; president of chapter, 1910; 
mem. Newcomb Alumni Association ; 
mem. "Radical," an inter-fraternity 
club; welfare director, D. H. Holmes 
Co. department store. Address, 1445 
Webster St., New Orleans, La. 

JEFFRIES, Ruth Gaddis (Mrs. Rob- 
ert) ; chairman Advisory Board of 
Delta Zeta; ed. Miami University, 
1910; initiated by Alpha chapter 
Sept., 1908; president of chapter; 
editor of "The Lamp," 1910-1911- 
1912; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1909 and 1910; assisted at 
installation of chapter at Depauw 
University and at Indiana Univer- 
sity; treasurer Charleston Reading 
Circle, mem. board of directors of 
Civic League, treasurer of Charles- 
ton Art Association, mem. Kappa 
Gamma Delta, Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity; m. Robert M. Jeffries, Oct. 



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133 



5, 1911. Address, 870 S. Seventh St., 
Charleston, 111. 

JEWETT, Chester A ten; president of 
Province Epsilon of Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. at Depauw University, 
1909; initiated by Indiana Zeta chap- 
ter, Nov., 1905; president of chapter, 
1908-1909; state orator for Depauw 
University, 1908; varsity football, 
1904-1905; varsity baseball, 1906-'07- 
'08-'09; managing editor "Sombrero," 
1908; president class 1905-1906, presi- 
dent association of "D" men, 1908- 
1909; mem. Indianapolis Alumni As- 
sociation; province secretary, 1908- 
1909; president 1912-1913-1914; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1908- 
1912-1913; m. Grace Rhodes, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Oct. 9, 1913; mem. 
Kappa Phi Omega Alpha and Tau 
Kappa Alpha; connected with Miller 
and Co., bond brokers, Indianapolis, 
Ind. Address, 23 N. Pennsylvania St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

JILLSON, Willard Rouse, Jr.; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon; ed. Syracuse Univer- 
sity, University of Washington, 1912; 
initiated by Phi Gamma chapter, 
1908; contributor to D. K. E. Quar- 
terly; editor "Syracuse Daily Or- 
ange," 1910-1912; editor "The Syra- 
cusan," alumni monthly magazine; 
mem. Central New York Alumni As- 
sociation of D. K. E. and Puget 
Sound Association; mem. Syracuse 
University Alumni Association; geol- 
ogist and journalist; mem. Delta 
Theta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Troop D, 
National Guard; mem. Syracuse 
Chamber of Commerce. Address, 4520 
21st Ave., N. E., Seattle, Wash. 

JOHN, Maxcy L.; Sigma Alpha Ep- 



silon; ed. University of North Caro- 
lina, 1888; initiated by North Carlo- 
lina Xi chapter, Feb., 1885; eminent 
archon of chapter; mem. Scotland 
County Alumni Association ; eminent 
supreme historian, 1887; vice-presi- 
dent S. A. E. Constitutional Con- 
vention of 1887; delegate to national 
convention of 1887; lawyer, ex- 
mayor, and city attorney; m. Lila 
Bell, May 18, 1898. Address, Laurin- 
burg, N. C. 

JOHNSON, Elise Bradford; Pi Beta 
Phi; ed. at George Washington Uni- 
versity, 1898; initiated by Columbia 
chapter, Jan. 5, 1895; delegate na- 
tional convention Madison 1897, 
Syracuse 1906; president, 1899-1901; 
mother; m. Rev. Edward Darling- 
ton Johnson. Address, St. Paul's 
Rectory, Brunswick, Maine. 

JOHNSON, Folger; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. Georgia School of Tech- 
nology, 1902, and Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1909; initiated by Georgia Phi 
chapter, 1897; affiliated New York 
Mu chapter; eminent archon of chap- 
ter; president Portland Alumni As- 
sociation; delegate to Atlanta Con- 
vention; architect; m. Edith Waldo, 
Jan. 7, 1914. Address, 422 Commer- 
cial Club, Portland, Ore. 

JOHNSON, Harry C.; Delta Upsilon; 
ed. University of Wisconsin, 1903; 
initiated by Wisconsin chapter, 1899 ; 
president of chapter; president Chi- 
cago Delta Upsilon Club ; delegate to 
New York Convention of 1903; pub- 
lisher; m. Ina M. Gillies, Sept. 7, 
1905. Address, office, 215 So. Market 
St., Chicago, 111.; residence, Glencoe, 
111. 



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LEADING GREEKS 



JOHNSON, Millbank; founder of Phi 
Rho Sigma; ed. Northwestern Uni- 
versity; conceived and founded Phi 
Rho Sigma at Northwestern Univer- 
sity Medical School, October 31, 
1890; first president of Phi Rho Sig- 
ma; physician. Address, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

JOHNSON, Ora Bethune; supreme 
president of Mu Phi Epsilon; ed. The 
Kroeger School of Music, 1906; ini- 
tiated by Theta chapter, Oct. 17, 
1906; president of chapter; supreme 
president of fraternity, supreme his- 
torian, delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1912; m. J. Forbes Johnson, 
March 12, 1907. Address, 5765 Ber- 
lin Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
JONAS, Edgar A.; supreme justice of 
Phi Alpha Delta; ed. Chicago Law 
School, 1910; initiated by Daniel 
Webster chapter, Nov. 20, 1907; 
justice of chapter; mem. Chicago 
Alumni Chapter; vice supreme jus- 
tice, delegate to national convention 
of 1910; outlined plans for initiation 
work; lawyer; mem. A. F. and A. M.; 
M. W. A. Royal League, Hamilton 
Club, German Club, Chicago Bar As- 
sociation, Fellowship Club; m. Edna 
Evans, Oct. 25, 1912. Address, 1313 
Fort Dearborn Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
JONES, C. Chester; president Kansas 
City Alumni Association ; Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. at University of Kansas, 
1903; initiated by Gamma Mu chap- 
ter 1901, being one of the charter 
members; financial broker; m. Pearl 
Parker, 1905. Address, Commerce 
Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 
JONES, Paul, Jr.; Kappa Alpha (so.) 
and Sigma Upsilon; ed, University of 



the South, A. B., and Harvard Law 
School, LL. B., 1907; initiated by 
Alpha Alpha chapter of Kappa Alpha 
and Sopherim chapter of Sigma Up- 
silon; grand president of chapter in 
Sigma Upsilon; contributor to both 
song book and magazine of Kappa 
Alpha; secretary and second vice- 
president of New York Alumni As- 
sociation of Kappa Alpha; founder 
and first grand president of Sigma 
Upsilon; associate editor of "Jour- 
nal" and song book of Kappa Alpha; 
attorney at law; won Carnegie 
medal at Harvard University. Ad- 
dress, 20 Nassau St., New York City. 

JONES, Ralph Kneeland; Beta Theta 
Pi; ed. at University of Maine, 1886; 
initiated by Maine chapter, Aug. 18, 
1882; chapter secretary; mem. Ban- 
gor (Me.) Alumni Association; dis- 
trict chief, 1885-1886, 1887-1898; del- 
egate several national conventions; 
alumni secretary; mem. executive 
committee; mem. board of trustees; 
librarian, University of Maine; m. 
Grace A. Mutell. Address, Orono, 
Maine. 

JONES, Robert Mortimer; Phi Alpha 
Gamma; ed. New York Homeopathic 
Medical College and Flower Hospital, 
1896; mem. Alpha chapter; president 
of chapter; mem. New York Alumni 
Association; founder of fraternity, 
1894, grand president of grand chap- 
ter, 1912; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1911 and 1912; physi- 
cian; specialist of diseases of nose, 
throat and ear; mem. F. and A. M., 
Commandery and Shrine. Address, 
136 Madison Ave., New York City. 



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135 



JONES, Verner Moore; editor "Jour- 
nal" and general secretary; Kappa 
Alpha (Southern); ed. at Vanderbilt 
University, Washington Lee Univer- 
sity, 1892; initiated by Chi chapter, 
Oct., 1888; mem. Nashville, New 
York, Baltimore Alumni Associa- 
tions; delegate several national con- 
ventions; delegate Sixth Interfra- 
ternity Conference, New York City, 
1914; newspaper worker in various 
fields. Address, 205 Stahlman Bldg., 
Nashville, Tenn. 

JORDON, William Newton; president 
Iowa Alumni Association of Alpha 
Tau Omega; ed. Adrian College, 
1886; initiated by Mich. Alpha Mu, 
1882; W. M. of chapter; mem. Iowa 
Alumni Association; delegate to two 
national conventions and two dis- 
trict conventions; attorney at law; 
mem. Knights of Pythias; m. Mabel 
Mclntyre, 1890. Address, 4316 Uni- 
versity Ave., Des Moines, la. 

JOYCE, William M.; grand treasurer; 
Phi Rho Sigma; ed. Detroit College 
of Medicine, 1897; initiated by Ep- 
silon chapter, Feb., 1896; delegate 
national conventions 1902, 1904, 
1906, 1908, 1910, 1912; assisted in 
publishing history and directory; 
physician and surgeon, specialty ear, 
nose and throat; Mason; m. Anna 
Calbert Zion. Address, 303 E. 61st 
St., Chicago, 111. 

JUMPER, Frank J.; president Omaha 
a'umni chapter, 1899; Sigma Nu; ed. 
at Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1899; 
initiated by Beta Upsilon chapter, 
1896; commander of chapter; as- 
sistant general manager, McKeen 



Motor Co.; Mason; m. Lurline L. 
Bart of Vincennes, Ind. Address, 
707 S. 36th St., Omaha, Nebr. 
JUNOD, Grace M.; treasurer of Zeta 
Alumnae Association of Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta; ed. Ohio University, 1911; 
initiated by Zeta chapter, June 2, 
1908; president of chapter; mem. 
Zeta Alumni Association; instructor 
Commercial Department of Ohio 
University. Address, 209 E. State 
St., Athens, Ohio. 



KAHIN, George; Sigma Chi; ed. Har- 
vard University, 1913; initiated by 
Harvard chapter, 1909; president of 
chapter, 1913; mem. Press Club of 
Harvard; distinction in philosophy 
from Harvard, 1913; won second 
place in English Club story contest; 
graduate student. Address, 11 Everett 
St., Cambridge, Mass. 

KALKHOFF, F. Percy; vice-president 
of Alpha Chi Rho; ed. Polytechnic 
Institute of Brooklyn, 1906; initiated 
by Phi Chi chapter, Dec. 20, 1903; 
president of chapter; mem. Brooklyn 
Polytechnic Alumni Association; 
chairman instruction committee, 
mem. song book committee; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1905- 
'06-'07-'08-'09-'10-'11-'12-'13-'14 ; organ- 
izer of Alpha Chi Rho clubs; sales- 
man and junior member of Kalkhoff 
Co., printers. Address, 71 Decatur 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

KATZENBERGER, George Anthony; 
secretary to World's College Frater- 
nity Congress Auxiliary at World's 
Fair, Chicago, 1893; mem. Phi Delta 
Phi; ed. at University of Michigan, 



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1888-1890; initiated by Kent chap- 
ter, 1888; historian of chapter for 
two years; delegate to the third, 
fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, 
ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth and 
thirteenth national conventions; 
secretary-treasurer, 1893-1911; cata- 
loguer, 1893-1911; co-editor "Brief"; 
compiled catalogue 1893 and direc- 
tory 1909; attorney-at-law; mem. 
Harvard Germanic Museum; life 
member Ohio Historical and Arch. 
Society; secretary Greenville Build- 
ing Co.; Mason, I. O. O. F., I. O. 
R. M., U. C. T.; m. Grace Miesse, 
June 1, 1899. Address, Greenville, 
Ohio. 

KEECH, George Cady; president of 
Chicago Alumni Association of 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; ed. University 
of Michigan, 1895; initiated by Mich. 
Iota-Beta, Nov., 1891; first chairman 
Chicago Section Illuminating Engi- 
neering Society; vice-president of Il- 
luminating Engineering Society; 
president Electric Club of Chicago, 
1913; president Chicago Alumni As- 
sociation, 1913-1914; m. Anne M. 
Kennedy, June 17, 1897. Address, 
215 Fisher Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

KEEK, Frank; Phi Gamma Delta; ed. 
College of City of New York 1872, 
Columbia University 1875; initiated 
by Upsilon chapter, Dec., 1871; 
affiliated Omega chapter; chapter 
president; mem. New York Phi 
Gamma Delta Club; delegate to many 
national conventions; president grand 
council; compiled and edited 1878 
and 1898 catalogues; lawyer, lec- 
turer; mem. F. and A. M., M. O. of 
Foreign Wars, Spanish War Veter- 



ans. Address, 29 Broadway, New 
York City. 

KEENE, Faya Mildred; president 
Wesleyan alumni chapter; Delta 
Delta Delta; ed. at Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1906; initiated by Sigma 
chapter, Nov., 1902; delegate district 
convention Alpha province, Boston, 
1907; head German department 
Westfield High School. Address, 12 
Hancock St., Westfield, Mass. 

KEESLING, Francis Valentine; past 
regent; Sigma Nu; ed. at Leland 
Stanford, Jr., University, 1898; ini- 
tiated by Beta Chi chapter, 1894; 
commander of chapter; inspector 
eleventh division and first presi- 
dent; delegate national conventions 
1902, 1906, 1908; vice-regent, regent; 
attorney-at-law. Address, office 1207 
Chronicle Bldg., residence 20 Pre- 
sidio Terrace, San Francisco, Calif. 

KELLAM, Ralph Newton; mein. Coun- 
cil of Delta Kappa Epsilon; mem. 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1900; law, 1903; ini- 
tiated by Delta Kappa chapter of 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Nov., 1900; 
president of chapter, secretary of 
Philadelphia Alumni Association of 
D. K. E.; president of Delta Kappa 
Association of D. K. E.; delegate to 
and secretary of national conven- 
tion at Washington, D. C.; mem. 
Philadelphia Bar Association and 
New Jersey Bar 'Association; m. 
Elizabeth C. Crump, Nov. 25, 1905; 
attorney at law. Address, 1101 
Stephen Girard Bldg., Philadelphia, 
Pa.; residence, Merchantville, N. J. 



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137 



KELLER, May Lansfleld; president 
of Pi Beta Phi; ed. Goucher College, 
1908; graduate student University 
of Chicago; Ph. D. University of 
Heidleberg, 1904; initiated by Mary- 
land Alpha, Jan., 1897; president of 
chapter; holder of European Grad- 
uate Fellowship of Goucher College; 
contributed frequently to magazine 
of fraternity; mem. Baltimore Alum- 
ni Association; secretary of Alpha 
Province; national president for 
three terms, 1908-1915; delegate to 
national conventions of 1910-'12-'15; 
delegate to Chicago inter-fraternity 
conventions of 1909 and 1911; mem. 
various National Pan-Hellenic com- 
mittees; mem. Phi Beta Kappa, 
Southern Association of College 
Women (president) ; secretary of 
Maryland Beta of Phi Beta Kappa; 
College Club of Baltimore; on boards 
of various philanthropic and educa- 
tional societies ; Dean of Women and 
professor of English at Richmond 
College, professor of German at 
Wells College, 1906-1914, associate 
professor of English, Goucher Col- 
lege. Address, 1822 Linden Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

KELLER, Zenobia Wooten; chairman 
Discipline Board of Phi Mu; ed. at 
Belmont College, 1907; initiated by 
Theta chapter, April 4, 1907; presi- 
dent of chapter; edited first number 
of secret annual, "Philomathean" ; 
mem. Chicago Alumnae Association; 
delegate to national conventions 
1910, 1913; formerly first vice-presi- 
dent, national secretary; delegate to 
Chicago Greek Conference of 1913; 
inspection and installation work; m. 



Irvine M. Keller. Address, 6415 
Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

KELLEY, Phyllis M.; vice-high priestess 
of Phi Delta Delta; ed. Chicago 
Kent College of Law, 1911; initiated 
by Gamma chapter, May, 1913; 
organized Gamma chapter; mem. 
Chicago Bar Association; lawyer, 
firm of Kelley, Sellers and Clark. 
Address, 956 National Life Bldg.; 
residence, 2215 Sheffield Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

KELLOGG, James Young Cory; Phi 
Gamma Delta; ed. at University of 
Washington 1903, Columbia Univer- 
sity 1906; initiated by Sigma Tau 
chapter, 1900; afliliated Omega chap- 
ter; mem. Seattle Graduate Associa- 
tion; chief Section XIII; delegate 
to national conventions 1901, 1903, 
1906, 1907; lawyer; formerly city 
councilman; m. Ethel Ann MacDou- 
gall, 1912. Address, 2204 Federal 
Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

KELLY, Margaret June; assistant 
editor of "To Dragma"; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; ed. at University of Maine, 
1912; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
Nov., 1908; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
chapter president; mem. grand 
council; instructor in German at 
University of Maine. Address, 52 
Essex St., Bangor, Me. 

KEMMERER, Leila; Pi Beta Phi; ed. 
University of Iowa, 1903; initiated by 
Iowa Zeta chapter, Oct. 21, 1898; 
vice-president and treasurer of chap- 
ter; mem. Pi Beta Phi and Univer- 
sity of Iowa Alumni Association ; at- 
tended Syracuse national convention 
of 1901; librarian in charge of exten- 



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sion work of Davenport Public Li- 
brary. Address, 803 W. 14th St., 
Davenport, la. 

KENT, Fay Barnaby; vice-president; 
Alpha Chi Omega; ed. at Allegheny 
College, 1896; initiated by Delta 
chapter, 1894; chapter president; 
mem. New York City alumnae chap- 
ter; delegate national convention 
Albion, 1898; visitor Boston, 1900; 
vice-president and chairman exten- 
sion committee, chairman ritual 
committee; contributor to the 
"Lyre"; organist and choirmaster, 
Church of the Ascension, Mount Ver- 
non, N. Y.; m. Horace M. Kent, 
1905. Address, "Ingleside," Tucka- 
hoe, N. Y. 

KENT, Ralph S.; mem. Standard 
Finance Code of Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. Cornell University, A. B., 
1902, LL. B., 1905; initiated by New 
York Alpha, March, 1900; eminent 
treasurer of chapter; contributed to 
"S. A. E. Record"; mem. Buffalo 
Alumni Association; president Prov- 
ince Beta, delegate to Province Beta 
convention ; delegate to national con- 
vention of Boston, 1900; of Chicago, 
1914; treasurer New York Alpha As- 
sociation; lawyer; mem. Masons, 
Elks and Maccabees; m. Alice V. 
Kyle, Dec. 18, 1905. Address, office, 
Iroquois Bldg.; residence, 153 Lan- 
caster Ave., Buffalo, New York. 

KENYON, Herbert A.; grand Theta ex- 
ecutive board; Phi Kappa Sigma; 
ed. University of Michigan, 1904; in- 
itiated by Alpha Omicron chapter, 
1906; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau of Al- 
pha Omicron chapter; mem. Detroit 
Alumni chapter; delegate national 



conventions 1908, 1910, 1911, 1913; 
grand theta executive board, 1912; 
assistant professor of Romance lan- 
guages in University of Michigan; 
m. Bessie White Stevens, 1908. Ad- 
dress, 1103 Ferdon Road, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

KERN, Alfred Allan; province com- 
mander; Kappa Alpha (Southern); 
ed. at Randolph-Macon College, 
1899; initiated by Zeta chapter, 
1897; chapter secretary; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa, Sigma Upsilon, Mill- 
saps, Kit Kat; mem. Jackson (Miss.) 
Alumni Association of Kappa Alpha; 
delegate national convention, 1901; 
associate editor "Journal"; served 
on electoral commission; professor 
of English, Millsaps College. Ad- 
dress, Millsaps College, Jackson, 
Miss. 

KEYSER, William Wilson; president 
St. Louis Alumni Chapter of Sigma 
Nu; ed. Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity, 1898; initiated by Lambda 
chapter, Sept., 1898; scribe of chap- 
ter; won orators' medal, president 
Graham-Lee Literary S'ociety; pur- 
chasing agent for the National Bank 
of Commerce; m. Helen Hale Sloan, 
1905. Address, care National Bank 
of Commerce, St. Louis, Mo.; resi- 
dence, 6156 Berlin Ave., St. Louis, 
Mo. 

KIERULFF, George Dudley; presi- 
dent Iota province; Phi Delta Theta; 
ed. at University of California, 1896; 
initiated by California Alpha, 1892; 
chapter president; mem. San Fran- 
cisco Alumni Club of Phi Delta The- 
ta; delegate district conventions 



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1894, 1895; district secretary; dele- 
gate national conventions 1896, 
1910, 1912, 1914; delegate interfra- 
ternity associations at California 

1895, 1911, 1912; secretary-treasurer 
Holmes Estate Co.; Mason, Royal 
Arcanum; m. Gertrude Stuart 
Holmes. Address, Foxcroft Bldg., 68 
Poet St., San Francisco, Calif. 

KILER, Charles Albert; grand praetor 
of fifth province; Sigma Chi; ed. at 
University of Illinois, 1892; initi- 
ated by Kappa Kappa chapter, Nov. 
15, 1891; consul of chapter; delegate 
national convention Chicago, 1893; 
contributor to fraternity magazine; 
helped build Kappa Kappa house. 
Address, 608 W. Park Ave., Cham- 
paign, 111. 

KILGORE, Emma Brown lee; founder 
Pi Beta Phi; ed. at Monmouth Col- 
lege; initiated by Illinois Alpha 
chapter, April 28, 1867; chapter 
president; guest national conven- 
tions Detroit, St. Louis; m. Dr. J. 
C. Kilgore, 1870. Address, 201 W. 
Broadway, Monmouth, 111. 

KILPATRICK, William C.; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. Mercer University, 
1903; initiated by Georgia Psi, Sept., 
1899; eminent archon of chapter; 
contributor to magazine; secretary 
and treasurer of Macon Alumni As- 
sociation ; secretary and treasurer of 
Province Epsilon; delegate to Ep- 
silon Province convention of Dec., 
1905; delegate to Atlanta convention 
of 1906; insurance business and 
peach grower; m. Marie Louise 
Montfort, June, 1907. Address, City 
National Bank, Macon, Ga. 



KIM BALL, George Peering; eminent 
supreme treasurer of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. University of Denver, 
1895; initiated by Colorado Zeta, 
Dec. 18, 1891; eminent archon of 
chapter; contributed to magazine; 
mem. Denver Alumni Association; 
delegate to all province conventions 
from 1896 to date except one; presi- 
dent of province, 1893 to 1897; 
eminent deputy archon, 1898 to 1900; 
eminent supreme treasurer, 1900 to 
1906; eminent supreme archon, 1906 
to 1910; eminent supreme treasurer, 
1910 to date; delegate to all national 
conventions since 1896; first to sug- 
gest the inter-fraternity conference, 
represented Sigma Alpha Epsilon at 
the meetings in 1909 and 1913; gen- 
eral manager of Rugby Fuel Co.; 
mem. Knights Templars, 33rd degree 
Mason; m. Grace R. Porter, May 16, 
1912. Address, 314 McPhee Bldg., 
Denver, Colo. 

KIMBALL, Leroy Etwood; Sigma Nu; 
ed. Albion College, 1910; initiated by 
Gamma Gamma chapter, Oct., 1906; 
lieutenant commander of chapter; 
secretary of the board of directors 
of the New York Alumni Association 
and alumni correspondent to Sigma 
Nu "Delta"; delegate to fifth divi- 
sion convention at Madison, Wis.; 
city editor the "Albion Evening 
Recorder," 1910-1911; 1911 assistant 
bursar New York University; author 
newspaper and magazine articles; 
mem. Knights Templars and Shrin- 
er; m. Gipsy M. Robinson, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, June 17, 1914, Albion, 
Mich. Address, University Bldg., 



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LEADING GREEKS 



Washington Square, E., New York 
City. 

KIMBALL, Martha Nutter; grand 
treasurer; Pi Beta Phi; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Denver, 1898; initiated by 
Colorado Beta chapter, October 5, 
1894; chapter secretary; mem. Den- 
ver alumnae chapter; delegate to 
national convention, Madison, 1897; 
national treasurer, 1901-07; province 
president 1899-1901; teacher in high 
school. Address, 2112 South Mil- 
waukee, Denver, Colo. 

KIMBLE, Anna Moore Gillis; Alpha Xi 
Delta; ed. Lombard College, 1903; 
initiated by Alpha chapter; chaplain 
and vice-president of the chapter; 
contributed to Alpha Xi Delta mag- 
azine and wrote four songs; editor- 
in-chief of the Alpha Xi Delta; chair- 
man of committee on nationalizing 
the local chapters and also constitu- 
tion of same; delegate to 1st, 2nd 
and 3rd national convention; dele- 
gate to inter-fraternity convention at 
Chicago, Sept., 1904; taught English 
at Lombard College two years, editor 
of Lombard Review; mem. O. E. S.; 
m. Dr. Thaddeus C. Kimble, June 24, 
1903. Address, Miltonvale, Kans. 

KIND, John Louis; Delta Tau Delta, 
Phi Beta Kappa; ed. University of 
Nebraska, A. B., 1899, A. M., 1901, 
Columbia University, Ph. D., 1906; 
initiated by Beta Tau chapter, Jan. 
16, 1897, and honorary member Beta 
Gamma chapter; treasurer and ad- 
visor of chapter; contributed the fol- 
lowing to the "Rainbow" of Delta 
Tau Delta: four articles on The 
Regulations of Fraternities, The 
Honor System, The Fraternity Situa- 



tion at Wisconsin, A Toast, The Kar- 
nea; in the "Western Inter-Collegiate 
Magazine": The Fraternity Situa- 
tion at Wisconsin; in "Banta's Greek 
Exchange" : The Situation at Wiscon- 
sin, and three articles on Uniform 
Bookkeeping; mem. Delta Tau Delta 
Club of New York, Chicago and In- 
diana; assistant ritualist, ritualist, 
national treasurer, 1906-1914; dele- 
gate to inter-fraternity conventions 
of 1911 and 1913 at New York City; 
mem. Committee on Inter-Fraternity 
Relations and published the report; 
assistant professor of German, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, and secretary, 
of department. Address, 425 Sterling 
Court, Madison, Wis. 

KING, Clarence Roderick; president of 
Province I of Phi Delta Phi; ed. 
Syracuse University, 1912; initiated 
by Comstock chapter, 1910; consul 
of chapter; delegate to national con- 
vention of 1913 at Chicago; attor- 
ney. Address, office, 431 Union 
Bldg; residence, 401 Grant Ave., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

KINGMAN, H. E.; national president 
of Alpha Psi; ed. Colorado Agricul- 
tural College, 1908; initiated by 
Delta chapter, 1908; president of the 
chapter; veterinarian professor of 
surgery, Col. Agricultural College. 
Address, 522 W. Laurel St., Ft. Col- 
lins, Colo. 

KINNE, Emma Elizabeth; Sigma Kap- 
pa; ed. Syracuse University, Ph. B., 
1906, B. L. S., 1909; initiated by Ep- 
silon chapter, June, 1905; wrote 
seven songs and several articles for 
Sigma Kappa "Triangle"; grand sec- 
retary ; mem. song book commit- 



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141 



tee; delegate to national conventions 
of 1906 and 1908; librarian, clerical 
and library work in Philippine 
Islands, assistant librarian Bureau of 
Science, Manila, P. I., for four years; 
mem. Pi Lambda Sigma. Address, 
203 Lomax St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

KLEINSCHMIDT, R. A.; Phi Delta 
Phi, Sigma Chi; ed. University of 
Missouri, 1900; mem. Oklahoma City 
and Oklahoma State Alumni Associa- 
tions; president of fifth province of 
Phi Delta Phi and president of Okla- 
homa City Alumni Association of 
Phi Delta Phi; lawyer; mem. Ma- 
sons, 32nd degree and Shriner; m. 
Mabel Diedrickson, 1903. Address, 
509 Patterson Bldg., Oklahoma City, 
Okla. 

KLINE, George M.; former supreme 
archon of Phi Beta Pi; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1901; initiated 
by Beta chapter, 1899; supreme sec- 
retary, 1908-1911; supreme archon, 
1911-1913; helped compile first di- 
rectory of Phi Beta Pi; superintend- 
ent of Danver's State Hospital; m. 
Ethel A. Fry, June 23, 1906. Ad- 
dress, Danver's State Hospital, Haw- 
thorne, Mass. 

KNAPP, Joseph Burke; president Port- 
land Alumni Association of Sigma 
Nu; ed. Purdue University, 1904; ini- 
tiated by Beta Zeta chapter, May, 
1901; commander of the chapter; in- 
spector of tenth division, 1908-1913; 
delegate to two district conventions ; 
delegate to Indianapolis national 
convention, December, 1902; manager 
Northwestern Association of Box 
Manufacturers; m. Cornelia Ann 
Pinkham, S'ept. 26, 1902. Address, 



1011 Northwestern Bank Bldg., Port- 
land, Ore. 

KNICKERBOCKER, Homer J.; Omega 
Upsilon Phi, Beta Phi Sigma; ed. 
University of Buffalo, pharmacal and 
medical departments; pharmacy, 
1893, medicine, 1898; initiated by 
Buffalo chapter of Beta Phi Sigma 
and Alpha chapter of Omega Up- 
silon Phi, April 1, 1896; president 
and treasurer of the latter chapter; 
contributed to the Omega Upsilon 
Phi Journal; mem. Lake Kenka 
Alumni chapter of Omega Upsilon 
Phi; grand scribe, senior grand 
master, grand editor, grand his- 
torian, mem. of executive council; 
delegate to all district conventions 
from 1900 on and to all national con- 
ventions from 1897 to date; installed 
several chapters; physician and sur- 
geon; mem. Masons; referat Abend 
Club of Buffalo; m. Fannie E. Plowe, 
May 16, 1899. Address, 196 Genesee 
St., Geneva, N. Y. 

KNOTE, Anna Miller (Mrs. John Mc- 
Bride) ; grand inspector of Alpha Xi 
Delta; ed. Wittenberg College, 1905; 
initiated by Zeta chapter, May 10, 
1904, charter member; president of 
chapter; organized Pittsburgh, Pa., 
Alumnae Association in 1910, and 
Springfield, Ohio, Alumnae Associa- 
tion in 1914; grand vice-president, 
1911-1913; grand inspector, 1913- 
1915; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1911 and 1913; contributed 
several magazine articles and three 
songs; m. John McBride Knote Jr., 
June 23, 1909. Address, R. D. 9, 
Springfield, O. 



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KNOX, Edith Orilla; chapterian of 
Kappa Delta; ed. Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1909; initiated by Lambda 
chapter, Dec. 14, 1907, charter mem- 
ber; corresponding and recording 
secretary of chapter; mem. Chicago 
Alumnae Association ; chapterian, 
1910-1915; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1910 at Louisville, Ky.; 
1911, Atlanta, Ga.; 1912, Richmond, 
Va.; 1913, Asheville, N. C.; installing 
officer at the following chapters of 
Kappa Delta: Epsilon Omega, Uni- 
versity of Kentucky, Alpha Gamma, 
Coe College, Omega Xi, University of 
Cincinnati, Eta, Hunter College, Chi, 
University of Denver, Rho, Univer- 
sity of Wyoming; delegate to Na- 
tional Pan-Hellenic Congress of 1912 
and 1913 and to Greek convention 
at Chicago, May, 1913. Address, 804 
Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

KOLBE, Lydia Voria; member execu- 
tive committee of the college fra- 
ternity reference bureau; grand 
treasurer of Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
ed. at Buchtel College; initiated by 
Lambda chapter, 1900; grand treas- 
urer for three terms; mem. Akron 
Kaffa Club and College Club; dele- 
gate to Chicago Greek Conference, 
May 30-31, 1913; wife of president 
of University of Akron; m. Parke 
R. Kolbe, June 17, 1905. Address, 
250 E. Buchtel Ave., Akron, Ohio. 

KRESS, George Henry; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Phi Rho Sigma; ed. Uni- 
versity of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1896; ini- 
tiated by Ohio Epsilon of S. A. E., 
Oct. 16, 1892; eminent archon of the 
chapter; co-author of "Sing, Brother, 
Sing," wrote numerous articles for 



S., A. E. "Record" and "Phi Alpha"; 
mem. Los Angeles Alumni Associa- 
tion; editor manual of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; exchange editor of "Rec- 
ord"; delegate to Washington Con- 
vention of 1894; physician, specialty, 
eye, ear and nose, dean of the Los 
Angeles Medical Department of the 
University of California, attending 
eye surgeon Los Angeles County 
Hospital, attending physician Graves 
Memorial Dispensary, trustee State 
Medical Society, secretary and treas- 
urer of Los Angeles Medical Asso- 
ciation, president Los Angeles So- 
ciety for Study and Prevention of 
Tuberculosis, president University of 
California Alumni Club, chairman 
Conservation of Vision Committee of 
California; m. Elizabeth Hamilton 
Hill, June 26, 1903. Address 245 
Bradbury Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. 

KRIPPNER, Arthur Frederick; regent, 
1913-1915 of Sigma Nu; ed. Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, 1914; initiated by 
Gamma Lambda chapter, 1903; social 
arbiter of the chapter; contributed 
to the Delta of Sigma Nu; mem. of 
Sigma Nu Alumni Association and 
the University of Wisconsin Alumni 
Association of St. Louis, Mo.; in- 
spector of 7th division, 1907-1911; 
vice-regent, 1911-1913; delegate to 
national conventions of 1906-1907, 
1908-1909, 1910-1911; general man- 
ager of Missouri Gas Heater and Ap- 
pliance Co., St. Louis, Mo.; m. Imo- 
gene Franklin, Nov., 1913. Address, 
1021 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 

KUHN, John J.; mem. governing board 
of Delta Chi ; ed. Cornell University, 
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143 



Jan., 1897; mem. Cornell Association, 
Brooklyn N. Y.; contributed maga- 
zine articles to Delta Chi "Quar- 
terly," edited alumni notes of "Quar- 
terly" two years, wrote four or five 
songs; national president and treas- 
urer on governing board since 1904, 
attended almost all conventions after 
1896; chairman house building com- 
mittee for Cornell; delegate to New 
York Inter-Fraternity Conference, 
1911-1913; mem. law firm of Dykman, 
Oeland and Kuhn of 111 Broadway, 
New York City, and 177 Montague 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; mem. Cornell 
Club of New York City, University 
Club, Brooklyn. Address, 177 Mon- 
tague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

KUYKENDALL, Mabel; president Eu- 
gene, Ore., Alliance of Delta Delta 
Delta; ed. University of Oregon, 
1910; initiated by Theta Delta chap- 
ter, Oct. 21, 1910; secretary and 
marshal of alliance; mem. State 
Alumni Association of Oregon; dele- 
gate to province convention at 
Berkeley, Calif., 1910; chairman of 
song committee at province conven- 
tion, 1910-1911. Address, 1250 Wil- 
lamette St., Eugene, Ore. 

KYLE, Estelle Marie; grand registrar 
of Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. Univer- 
sity of Colorado, 1913; initiated by 
Beta Mu chapter, Oct. 13, 1909; presi- 
dent of the chapter; mem. Phi Beta 
Kapna, Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board 
(local); delegate to 21st national 
convention at Evanston, 111., and 
marshal (manager) of 22nd national 
convention at Estes Park, Colo.; in- 
structor in education, University of 



Colorado. Address, 1313 University 
Ave., Boulder, Colo. 



La COUR, Arthur Burton; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon; ed. Yale University, 1904; 
initiated by Phi chapter, 1902; presi- 
dent of Southern Delta Kappa Ep- 
silon Association; banking and 
manufacturing business ; treasurer 
of The Rural Credit Co. and The La- 
Valliere Co.; mem. Masons, Louis- 
iana Lodge, No. 104, F. and A. M., 
Shriner, Jerusalem Temple; m. Eliz- 
abeth Lorraine Maginnis, April 26, 
1911. Address, 206 Carondelet St., 
New Orleans, La. 

LAMAR, George Hall; Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. Ala. Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, B. S.; Georgtown University 
Law School; initiated by Ala. Alpha 
Epsilon, 1885; exchequer of chapter; 
mem. Washington, D. C., Alumni As- 
sociation; W. G. S. (national secre- 
tary), W. G. C. (president), congress 
orator, delegate to conventions of 
1890 - 1894 - 1898 - 1900 - 1902 - 1904- 
1908-1910-1912; mem. constitutional 
revision committee at 1908 conven- 
tion; attorney at law; mem. Blue 
Lodge, Council, Chapter and Knight 
Templar; m. Edith Stone Sheet, 
April 18, 1894. Address, Fendall 
Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

LAMB, Frank H.; Beta Theta Pi and 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. Miami Uni- 
versity, 1897 and Miami Medical 
College, 1901; initiated by Alpha 
chapter of Beta Theta Pi, Oct., 1893, 
and Omicron chapter of Alpha Kappa 
Kappa, 1901; primarius four years 
of A. K. K.; mem. Miami, Oberlin, 



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Michigan, Ohio and Miami Medical 
College Alumni Associations; dep- 
uty grand president of Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; physician, specialist in dis- 
eases of children; mem. Masons. 
Address, 940 E. McMillan St., Cincin- 
nati, O. 

LAMBERT, Bernard Nelson; national 
president of Phi Alpha Tau; ed. 
Emerson College of Oratory, 1904; 
M. A., University of Minnesota, 1902; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, 1903; 
vice-president and chaplain of chap- 
ter; national president, June, 1911, 
to Dec. 1911, and Dec., 1913, to date, 
attended national conventions of 
June, 1911, at Des Moines, la., and 
Chicago, 111., Dec., 1911; director De- 
partment of Public Speaking, College 
of Puget Sound; m. Wilhelmina 
Swanson, Sept., 1905. Address, Col- 
lege of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash. 

LAMKIN, Charles Fackler; former na- 
tional president of Phi Delta Theta; 
ed. Westminster College, Fulton, 
Mo., 1899; initiated by Missouri Beta 
chapter; president of chapter; mem. 
Fulton Alumni Club of Phi Delta 
Theta; president of Zeta province; 
catalogue editor; historian; con- 
tributor to "Scroll" of Phi Delta 
Theta; delegate to national conven- 
tions from 1898 to 1912, and to dis- 
trict conventions at St. Charles, Des 
Moines, Kansas City, etc.; mem. 
Masonic order, past master Warren 
No. 74; broker of farm loans; own- 
er of abstract co., Missouri Abstract 
Association; m. Annie B. Minter, 
1905. Address, Keytesville, Mo. 

LA MONT, Louis Cook; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. Virginia Military Insti- 



tute, 1905; initiated by Va. Theta, 
1902; eminent treasurer of chapter 
and eminent deputy archon; branch 
manager Butte, Mont., sales office, 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Co.; mem. Masonic Lodge; m. 
Ruth V. Walter, Jan. 21, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 101 Napton Apartments, Butte, 
Mont. 

LANBACH, Mary Annie McKay; Delta 
Delta Delta; ed. Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, Middleton, Conn., 1896; ini- 
tiated by Sigma chapter, March 15, 
1895; president of the chapter; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa; mem. graduate al- 
liance; grand treasurer, 1897-1900; 
delegate to national convention at 
Syracuse, 1906; teacher Camden, Me., 
high school, 1896-1897, East Maine 
Seminary, Brocksport, Me., 1898- 
1899, preceptress of same, 1899-1901, 
matron New Orleans University, 
1903-1907, secretary and registrar, 
1907-1914; m. Roscoe E. Lanbach, 
Aug. 25, 1906. Address, R. R. No. 1, 
Arcola, Texas. 

LANDER, Mary Fort Hamilton; Chi 
Omega; ed. University of Arkansas, 
1901; initiated by Psi chapter, 1908; 
treasurer of the chapter; contributed 
to "Eleusis" of Chi Omega; mem. Psi 
Alumnae Association ; supreme treas- 
urer of national organization; toast 
mistress at convention banquets; 
delegate to national conventions at 
Memphis, Little Rock and Chicago; 
m. Roswell Sears Lander, April 22, 
1908. Address, Locust Shade, Fay- 
etteville, Ark. 

LANDRUM, Albert Brewer; grand 
vice-president of Alpha Kappa Kap- 
pa; ed. Medical Department of Ohio 



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State University, 1906; initiated by 
Pi chapter, Oct. 23, 1903; vice-presi- 
dent of the chapter; delegate to na- 
tional convention at Milwaukee, 
1905; physician, assistant instructor 
in genito-urinary diseases, Medical 
College, Ohio State University; mem. 
Scottish Rite Mason, Shrine; m. 
Flora Esther Rohe, 1911. Address, 
142 E. Long St., Columbus, Ohio. 

LANGDON, Duncan; traveling secre- 
tary of Alpha Delta Phi; ed. Brown 
University, 1913; initiated by Brun- 
onion chapter, Feb. 2, 1910; mem. 
Phi Kappa and Tau Delta Sigma (lo- 
cal honorary societies); national 
traveling secretary; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1912 and 1913; 
alternate to the Fifth Annual Inter- 
Fraternity Conference. Address, 136 
W. 44th S'., New York City. 

LARDNER, Lida Burkhard (Mrs. J. 
L.); member executive committee 
College Fraternity Reference Bu- 
reau; national vice-president of Pi 
Beta Phi; initiated at Denver Uni- 
versity; delegate to the Pan-Hellenic 
Congress from Pi Beta Phi; vice- 
president of the College Fraternity 
Reference Bureau. Address, 810 Mil- 
burn St., Evanston, 111. 

LAWLER, Ethel Elizabeth; national 
inspector Beta Province of Alpha 
Gamma Delta; ed. University of Wis- 
consin, 1913; initiated by Beta chap- 
ter, Dec. 21, 1911; president of chap- 
ter; president Chicago Alumnae As- 
sociation, mem. Wisconsin Alumnae 
Club; delegate to Chicago Greek con- 
ference of May, 1913; instrumental 
in placing Lambda chapter at North- 
western University and installing 



delegate to aid at installation of Xi 
chapter; taught mathematics at the 
St6van School for Girls in 1913-1914; 
member Chicago College Club. Ad- 
dress, 5513 Cornell Ave., Chicago, 111. 

LAWRENCE, Richard Rossman; na- 
tional treasurer of Phi Sigma Kap- 
pa; ed. Williams College, A. B. 1907; 
A. M. 1910; initiated by Chi chapter, 
June 16, 1906; charter member, vice- 
president of chapter; helped organ- 
ize the Alumni Association of Chi 
chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa, presi- 
dent June, 1910-June 1914, treasurer 
June 1914-1917, published the annual 
report in 1913, also Chi chapter di- 
rectory in 1913-1914, assisted in pub- 
lishing "The Chi News," mem. board 
of governors of the Phi Sigma Kappa 
Club of New York City, 1912-1918; 
secretary of club, 1912-1913; treas- 
urer 1913-1915; mem. national com- 
mittee to draw up a uniform system 
of chapter accounting and reported 
at convention of Albany, Oct. 1914; 
attended New York Inter-Fraternity 
Conference of Nov. 1914; general 
sales department of Western Elec- 
tric Co. of New York City; mem. 
Masonic Order. Address, 48 W. 49th 
St., New York City. 

LAWSON, Lillian Moore (Mrs. Reid); 
chairman Life Membership Commit- 
tee of Alpha Delta Pi; ed. Wesleyan 
College, Macon, Ga.; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, Oct. 1904; president 
Birmingham Alumnae Association 
national inspector, 1906-1911; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1906- 
07-09-11-13; installed six chapters, in- 
stalled first chapter, Beta, Winston 
Salem, N. C., 1905; delegate to Na- 



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tional Pan-Hellenic Congress, Chi- 
cago, 1910; mem. executive council 
Birmingham Pan-Hellenic; m. Reid 
Lawson, April 11, 1911. Address, 923 
S. 17th St., Birmingham, Ala. 

LEASMAN, Emil L.; ex-grand recorder 
of Alpha Chi Sigma; ed. University 
of Wisconsin, 1907; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, 1905; vice-master al- 
chemist; mem. Acacia; delegate to 
national conventions of 1908-10-12; 
farmer. Address, Irvington, Ala. 

LEAVELL, George W.; Sigma Chi, 
grand presiding senior of Phi Chi; 
ed. University of Mississippi, 1907; 
University of Louisville, 1912; initi- 
ated by Eta Tau Alpha chapter of 
Sigma Chi, Nov. 1903, and Alpha 
Alpha chapter of Phi Chi, 1908; 
grand presiding senior of Phi Chi 
chapter; mem. Louisville Alumni As- 
sociation of Phi Chi; national grand 
presiding senior of Phi Chi; dele- 
gate to national convention of Phi 
Chi at Louisville, Dec. 1911; physi- 
cian, Stout Memorial Hospital; m. 
Frances Cornelia Peay, Dec. 10, 1912. 
Address, Wuchow, West River, South 
China. 

LEE, Gilliean Farley; national secre- 
tary of Kappa Delta; ed. Judson Col- 
lege, 1911; initiated by Rho Omega 
Phi chapter, Oct. 1909; secretary- 
treasurer of the chapter; mem. 
Union Springs Alumnae Association ; 
province president; national secre- 
tary; delegate to national conven- 
tion of Aug. 1913. Address, Union 
Springs, Ala. 

LEIB, Ella Berry Boston; former grand 
secretary and grand president of 
Alpha Xi Delta; ed. Lombard Col- 



lege, 1899; initiated by Alpha chap- 
ter, April 1894; president of the 
chapter; contributed several articles 
to the magazine; first grand secre- 
tary, 1902-1903; third grand president 
1904-1909; delegate to 4th, 5th, 6th, 
7th, 8th National Pan-Hellenic Con- 
gress; mem. Daughters of the Ameri- 
can Revolution, Woman's Club, O. E. 
S.; m. Dr. John Robert Leib, Oct. 29, 
1902. Address, 1271 W. Washington 
St., Springfield, 111. 

LEI BY, Scott Smith; grand theta of 
Phi Kappa Sigma; ed. Franklin and 
Marshall College, 1902; initiated by 
Zeta chapter, 1899; alpha of the 
chapter; mem. Harrisburg Alumni 
Association; National chapter vis- 
itor; delegate to national con- 
ventions at Baltimore, Lancaster 
and Philadelphia; attorn ey-at-law, 
office, Harrisburg, Pa.; mem. Ma- 
sons; m. Maude Tyson, Sept. 4, 1912. 
Address, 102 Dalien St., Maysville, 
Perry County, Pa. 

LEMMON, Charles James; Kappa Sig- 
ma, Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. Univer- 
sity of the South, Sewanee, 1908; in- 
itiated 1905 by Omega chapter of 
Kappa Sigma and Tau of Alpha Kap- 
pa Kappa; vice-president of chapter; 
deputy grand master Charleston Dis- 
trict of Alpha Kappa Kappa; dele- 
gate to national convention at Au- 
gusta, 1910; instrumental in instal- 
ling chapter of Alpha Kappa Kappa 
at Charleston, S. C.; physician and 
surgeon; mem. Elks, Masons and U. 
O. W.; m.. Grace Bragdon, Nov. 14, 
1912. Address, Sumter, S. C. 

LENTILHON, Ida Ward; secretary 
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Delta Gamma; ed. Adelphi College, 
1911; initiated by Omicron chapter, 
May 7, 1908; "Anchora" correspon- 
dent for Chi Upsilon, New York Al- 
umnae Association; secretary, 1912; 
librarian. Address, Grand View Ave., 
Far Rockaway, New York. 

LEONARD, Charles B., M. D.; Phi Rho 

Sigma; ed. Detroit College of Medi- 
cine, 1904; initiated by Epsilon chap- 
ter, 1901; president of the chapter; 
mem. Alpha Omega (honorary) ; 
mem. D. C. H. S. and D. C. M Alumni 
Associations; district inspector and 
delegate to district conventions of 
1908 and 1910; physician; m. Lillian 
B. Taylor, 1910. Address, office 608 
Washington Arcade, residence 40 
Massachusetts Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

LEONARD, Estella; one of seven 
founders of Alpha Chi Omega; ed. 
De Pauw University, 1891; initiated 
by Alpha chapter; first president of 
the chapter; contributed to Lyre of 
Alpha Chi Omega and wrote one 
song; teacher of voice, piano and 
harmony, organist and choir director 
of M. E. church; supervisor of music 
in public schools. Address, 217 Plum 
St., Union City, Ind. 

LEONARD, Louise; first grand vice- 
president of Alpha Gamma Delta; 
ed. Syracuse University, 1909; initi- 
ated by Alpha chapter, March, 1906; 
ex-president, Alpha Alumnae Associ- 
ation; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1913; secretary, College of 
Meiicine, Syracuse University. Ad- 
dress, 309 Orange St., Syracuse, N. 
Y. 

LESSER, David Barnes; grand scribe 
of Beta Phi; ed. Armour Institute of 



Technology, 1914; initiated by Gam- 
ma chapter, 1913; scribe of chapter; 
mem. Iota Tau Alumni Associa- 
tion; editor of Beta Phi "Quarterly," 
editor of Beta Phi secret semi-month- 
ly magazine; national grand sena- 
tor, grand scribe; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1913 and 1914; 
chemical engineer. Address, 3403 
Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 
LEUE, Albrecht Frederic; eminent su- 
preme deputy archon of S'igma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. University of Cincin- 
nati, 1898; initiated by Ohio Epsilon, 
Oct. 16, 1897; wrote five fraternity 
songs; mem. Cincinnati Alumni As- 
sociation ; delegate to Province Delta 
Convention at Delaware, O., 1913; 
editor Province Delta Annual; emi- 
nent supreme deputy archon, 1912- 
1916; mem. national committee to 
revise ritual, 1909-1910; editor of 
"Phi Alpha," secret fraternity publi- 
cation, 1912-1916; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of Atlantic City, 
1909; Kansas City, 1910; Nashville, 
1912; Chicago, 1914; LL. B., Y. M. 
C. A. night school; admitted to Ohio 
bar, June, 1905; attorney at law; 
mem. Delta Beta, high school frater- 
nity; Free and Accepted Masons. 
Address, office, 711 Mercantile Libra- 
ry Bldg.; residence, 2210 Ohio Ave., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

LEVERE, William C.; editor "Leading 
Greeks"; secretary of the College 
Fraternity Reference Bureau; ed. 
Northwestern University; initiated 
by Illinois Psi-Omega chapter of 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sept. 26, 
1894; delegate to every national con- 
vention since 1898; founder and in- 



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staller of many chapters; has visited 
every one of the 78 S. A. E. chap- 
ters; constructive work for internal 
development of fraternity; discover- 
er of the last surviving founder of 
S. A. ,E. who had been lost to the 
fraternity for forty years; eminent 
supreme archon of S. A. E., 1902- 
06; honorary E. S. A., 1909-12; au- 
thor of S. A. E. publications, cata- 
logue, 1904; the Original Minutes, 
1904; Songs of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
1904; Life of Noble Leslie DeVotie, 
1905; S. A. E. Year Book, 1906-12; 
History of Sigma Alpha Epsilon in 
three large volumes, 1911; Who's 
Who in S. A. E., 1912; Pocket Di- 
rectory, 1912; author of Imperial 
America, 1900; 'Twixt Greek and 
Barb, 1900; the Evanston Poets, 
1903; Vivian of Mackinac, 1911; 
Mackinac Days, 1915; Leading 
Greeks, 1915; delegate to Chicago 
Greek Conference, 1913; inter-fra- 
ternity conference, 1913; elected 
mem. executive committee of ten of 
College Fraternity Reference Bu- 
reau; elected national secretary of 
same by executive committee; edi- 
tor of the "Greek Quarterly" since 
1913; editor of the "Bulletin" of 
the Reference Bureau, 1915; organ- 
ized Northwestern chapter of Kappa 
Delta sorority, which is named in 
his honor; gave the annual address 
before the Northern Illinois Pan- 
Hellenic Association, 1915; editor 
Evanston "Index," 1901-1905; magis- 
trate of city court, 1899-1901; city 
treasurer, 1901-1903; mem. Illinois 



Legislature, 1906-1907; Thirty-sec- 
ond Degree Mason and Shriner. Ad- 
dress, 600 Davis St., Evanston, 111. 
S. E. G. 

LEWIS, Byron Ray; sage of Sigma Pi; 
ed. University of Illinois, 1907; initi- 
ated by Phi chapter, 1908; mem. Uni- 
versity Alumni Association; founder 
and president in 1907, of lonion Lit- 
erary Society of Illinois University; 
founder of Phi chapter; grand his- 
torian, grand herald, delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1909, ritualist, 
prepared all rituals and ceremonials 
except a portion of initiation ritual 
now used, preparing history of fra- 
ternity; teacher of history, 1910-1914, 
in Bridgeport Township High 
School; candidate for superinten- 
dent of schools, 1914; mem. I. O. O. 
F.; Knights of Pythias, B. P. O. E., 
Knights Templars, chancellor com- 
mander Winner Lodge No. 713 
Knights of Pythias ; president Bridge- 
port Athletic Club, president Bridge- 
port Chautauqua Association, mem. 
American Historical Society, Illinois 
State Historical Society, American 
Geographical Society. Address, 
Bridgeport, Lawrence County, 111. 

LEWIS, Eleanor Frances; head of Ex- 
amination Committee of Chi Omega; 
ed. Northwestern University, 1904; 
initiated by Xi chapter, April, 1904; 
president of chapter; contributed 
several articles on travel to "Eleu- 
sis" of Chi Omega; mem. Northwest- 
ern Alumnae Association and Chi- 
cago Alumnae Association; delegate 
to national convention of 1906; li- 
brarian. Address, Pearsons Hall, 
Evanston, 111. 



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LEWIS, Hugh Cecil; Sigma Chi; ed. 
University of Utah, 1910; initiated 
by Beta Epsilon chapter, Aug. 22, 
1908; pro-consul of chapter; secre- 
tary of Salt Lake Alumni Associa- 
tion; quaestor of Eighth Province; 
office engineer for the State Road 
Commission of Utah. Address, 704 
W. N. T. St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

LEWIS, Martha Lavinia; registrar na- 
tional council of Phi Mu; ed. Wes- 
leyan College, 1906; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, Dec. 21, 1904; con- 
tributed to magazine; mem. Macon 
Phi Mu Alumnae Association; mem. 
standing boards, alumnae editor of 
the "Aglaia" of Phi Mu, published 
first directory; delegate to national 
conventions of 1910, 1911 and 1913; 
mem. Macon Pan-Hellenic. Address, 
633 Vineville Ave., Macon, Ga. 

LIBBEY, Fannie Whitenack; Pi Beta 
Phi; ed. Monmouth College, 1868; 
founder of Alpha chapter; m. How- 
ard Libbey, Oct. 9, 1872. Address, 
Goodhue, Goodhue County, Minn. 

LINDSAY, Katherine; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; ed. Goucher College, 1909; 
initiated by Alpha Delta chapter, 
1905; vice-president of the chapter; 
mem. Goucher Alumnae Association 
and Association of Collegiate Alum- 
nae; president of Alpha Beta Dis- 
trict, 1911-1913; chairman of educa- 
tional committee, 1913-1914; alumnae 
delegate to national convention of 
1911; social worker. Address, 1341 
Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

LINDSAY, Katherine Breed; province 
president of Phi Mu; ed. Belmont 
College, 1911; initiated by Theta 
chapter, Dec. 10, 1910; chapter sec- 



retary; contributed to Phi Mu maga- 
zine; mem. Indiana Alumnae Associ- 
ation ; president of same ; delegate to 
national convention of 1911 at At- 
lanta. Address, 810 W. 2nd St., Mar- 
ion, Ind. 

LINDSAY, Robert White; alumni com- 
missioner of Phi Delta Theta; ed. 
Washington and Jefferson College, 
1902; initiated by Pennsylvania 
Gamma, Jan. 28, 1898; secretary 
Pittsburgh Alumni Club, 1903-1908; 
increased membership from forty to 
three hundred; president of Province 
Alpha, 1910-1912, and president of 
province convention at Philadelphia, 
1910; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Niagara Falls; national al- 
umni commissioner; treasurer of 
Lindsay Transfer Co.; m. Mary Vir- 
ginia Weyand, June 11, 1908. Ad- 
dress, Briar Cliff Road, Ben Avon 
Heights, Pa.; office, 228 Oliver Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

LINGER, Eula Grove (Mrs. Merton 
D.) ; grand vice-president of Sigma 
Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; ed. Syra- 
cuse University, 1906; initiated by 
Epsilon chapter, June 7, 1905; secre- 
tary of chapter; contributed to Sig- 
ma Kappa Triangle; mem. Buffalo 
Alumni Club of Sigma Kappa; grand 
secretary and grand vice-president 
of sorority, inspector of western 
chapters, 1911-1912, assisted at in- 
stallation of Zeta and Omicron chap- 
ters, delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1907 at Syracuse, 1910 at 
Champaign, 111., 1911 at Boston, 1912 
at Bloomington, 111.; mem. Syracuse 
Alumnae Club of Buffalo, Buffalo As- 
sociation of Collegiate Alumni, Stu- 



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dents' Literary Club; vice-president 
of Syracuse Alumnae Club; mem. 
Eastern Star; m. Merton D. Linger, 
Aug. 26, 1908. Address, 362 Four- 
teenth St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

LIPPINCOTT, Mary W.; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; ed. Swarthmore College, 
1901; initiated by Alpha Beta chap- 
ter, 1897; president of the chapter; 
mem. Philadelphia Alumnae Associa- 
tion; national vice-president; dis- 
trict president; delegate to national 
convention of 1909. Address, River- 
ton, N. J. 

LISMAN, Francis Louis; former na- 
tional president of Sigma Pi; ed. 
Vincennes University, 1906; initia- 
ated by Alpha chapter, 1902; presi- 
dent (now termed regent) of the 
chapter; national president, 1908- 
1909, editor of the "Emerald" of Sig- 
ma Pi, 1910-1911; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Columbus, 1909, 
and Vincennes, Ind., 1908; advertis- 
ing writer, formerly staff man with 
"Philadelphia North American," 
"Philadelphia Press," now with 
United Gas Improvement Co. Ad- 
dress, Room 405, 1035 Market St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

LITTLE, Margaret Carolyn; Alumna 
correspondent of Kappa Delta; ed.. 
University of Alabama, 1906; initi- 
ated by Zeta chapter, S'ept, 1904; 
secretary of the chapter, 1904-1905; 
contributed to the "Angelos" of 
Kappa Delta; mem. Tuscaloosa, Ala., 
Alumnae Association; assistant busi- 
ness manager of the "Angelos," busi- 
ness manager, 1908-1909; delegate to 
national conventions at Charlotte, N. 
C., April, 1906, Atlanta, Ga., April, 



1911; worked on establishment of 
new chapters. Address, 325 Queen 
City Ave., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

LITTLE, T. Hood; mem. of extension 
committee of Sigma Nu; ed. Central 
University of Kentucky, 1899; initi- 
ated by Zeta chapter, Sept. 9, 1895; 
commander of chapter three times; 
mem. of Chicago Alumni Association, 
president two terms and secretary 
two terms; founder of chapter at 
Kentucky State, 1902; delegate to 
four national conventions; assistant 
secretary of Mount Hope Cemetery 
Association of Chicago, 111.; mem. 
Elks. Address, 320, 37 W. Van Bu- 
ren St., Chicago, 111. 

LLOYD, L. Lynn; senior archon of 5th 
district of Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Delta 
Phi, Phi Alpha Tau, Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon; ed. University of Nebraska, 
1911; initiated by Nebraska Alpha 
of Phi Kappa Psi, Dec. 18, 1907; 
president of the chapter; mem. Lin- 
coln, Neb., Alumni Association; ju- 
nior and senior district archon, and 
delegate to 5th district convention at 
Lincoln, 1911; mem. national execu- 
tive council and delegate to national 
conventions as an officer; advertiser 
business; m. Josephine Sanford, Del- 
ta Gamma, Dec. 29, 1913. Address, 
2520 N. St., Lincoln, Neb. 

LOEWE, Gilbert M., M. D.; grand or- 
acle of Alpha Phi Sigma; ed. Univer- 
sity of Illinois, 1912; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, 1908; oracle of the 
chapter; mem. University of Illinois 
Medical College Alumni Association; 
delegate to national conventions of 
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geon. Address, 108 N. State St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

LOIZEAUX, Leon S.; president New 
York Alumni Chapter of Phi Alpha 
Gamma; ed. Hahnemann Medical 
College of Chicago, 1904; initiated 
by Eta-Lambda chapter, 1902; mem. 
Flower Hospital Alumni Association; 
vice-president of grand chapter, ob- 
stetrician and surgeon, fellow of 
American College of Surgeons; m. 
Anna L. Oefinger, 1907. Address, 
117 E. 71st St., New York City. 

LOKEY, Hugh Montgomery; supreme 
eminent grand of Chi Zeta Chi; ed. 
Atlanta College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, 1900; initiated by Epsilon 
chapter, 1907; secretary of Alumni 
Association ; supreme eminent grand, 
1909-1913; oculist, aurist and naso- 
laryngologist; m. Rebecca Hamilton, 
June 21, 1905. Address, 413-414 
Candler Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

LONG, David S., Ph. G., M. D.; su- 
preme secretary and treasurer of Phi 
Beta Pi; ed. Kansas University and 
University Medical College, 1910; in- 
itiated by Nu chapter, Sept. 29, 1907; 
chapter editor; grand western prae- 
tor and supreme secretary and treas- 
urer, delegate to national convention 
of 1909 at New Orleans; delegate to 
the Inter-Medical Fraternity Conven- 
tion in Chicago, May, 1914; physi- 
cian and surgeon; m. Bertha L. 
Hare, 1911. Address, Harrisonville, 
Mo. 

LOOS, Charles Louis, Jr.; Phi Gamma 
Delta; ed. Ohio State University, 
1899, and Cornell University, 1901; 
initiated by Ohio Delta, Oct. 15, 
1895; affiliated at Kappa Nu chap- 



ter, secretary of chapter; mem. Cor- 
nell Alumni Association and Detroit 
Graduate chapter; delegate to four 
district conventions ; chairman finan- 
cial committee; delegate to seven 
national conventions ; purchasing 
agent University of Michigan; mem. 
Masonic Order; m. Henrietta E. 
Westcott, Nov. 29, 1905. Address, 
1043 Ferdon Road, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

LOUD, Alta Allen (Mrs. Edward R.); 
national president of Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. Albion College, 1898; 
Albion Conservatory of Music, 1897; 
initiated by Beta chapter, June 9, 
1894; president of chapter; mem. 
Albion Alumnae Club; national sec- 
retary, 1897-1899; national president, 
1906-1910, 1912 to date; contributed 
to Alpha Chi Omega "Lyre," edi- 
torial board "History of Alpha Chi 
Omega," wrote introduction; dele- 
gate to national convention of 1897 
at Depauw; originator of present 
council system; chairman Coat of 
Arms Committee; chairman Endow- 
ment Fund Committee; delegate to 
National Presidents' Conference of 
1911; Chicago Greek Conference of 
May, 1913; teacher of Greek and 
German at Albion College, 1898-1903; 
mem. Eastern Star, Albion E. L. T. 
Club; president Albion Review Club; 
vice-regent chapter of Daughters of 
American Revolution; m. Edward R. 
Loud, Delta Tau Delta, Sept. 21, 
1903. Address, 504 E. Erie St., Al- 
bion, Mich. 

LOWD, Emma F., grand secretary of 
Gamma Phi Beta; ed. Boston Univer- 
sity, B. A. 1887, M. A. 1907; initiated 
by Delta chapter, April 22, 1887; 



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president of chapter; contributed to 
the Crescent of Gamma Phi Beta; 
mem. New York Alumnae Associa- 
tion of Gamma Phi Beta; national 
secretary, treasurer and president; 
delegate to national conventions; 
first assistant in English in Morris 
High School; formerly principal of 
evening high school in New York 
City; mem. Association of College 
Alumnae New York branch, Boston, 
University Alumni Association, 
Woman's Graduate Club of Boston 
University, Woman's Relief Corps 
Auxiliary to G. A. R., Drama League 
of America, Pen and Brush Club of 
New York, Authors' League of New 
York. Address, 52 Irving Place, New 
York City. 

LOWE, John Adams, M. A.; mem. na- 
tional council of Phi Sigma Kappa; 
ed. Williams College, 1906 and 1907; 
initiated by Chi chapter, June 16, 
1906; charter member and first presi- 
dent; mem. Williams Club, New 
York City; editor the "Signet of Phi 
Sigma Kappa"; delegate to Boston 
and Albany national conventions; 
delegate to New York Inter-Frater- 
nity Conference; author, "Williamsi- 
ana," a bibliography of the history of 
Williams College, editor general cat- 
alogue of graduates of Williams Col- 
lege, and general catalogue of non- 
graduates, 1910; mem. Royal Arch 
Mason. Address, Williams College 
Library, Wililamstown, Mass. 

LUCKIE, Lorenzo Foster; Phi Delta 
Theta, Xi Psi Phi, Phi Chi; ed. Uni- 
versity of Alabama, 1906; New York 
College of Dentistry, 1903; Birming- 
ham Medical College, 1910; initiated 



by Alabama Alpha, 1895, of Phi Delta 
Theta; New York chapter of Xi Psi 
Phi, 1902; Nu chapter of Phi Chi, 
1907; president alumni chapter of 
Phi Delta Theta, 1909; New York 
Alumni Association of Xi Psi Phi; 
contributed to magazine of Phi Chi; 
grand presiding junior and grand 
presiding senior; chairman National 
Extension Committee of Phi Chi; 
delegate to national conventions at 
Atlanta, Chicago, Louisville, Ky., and 
Indianapolis; physician; mem. 
Knights of Pythias and Maccabees. 
Address, Los Angeles, Cal. 

LYLE, W. C.; M. D., F. A. C. S.; Alpha 
Kappa Kappa; ed. Medical College of 
University of Georgia, 1893; initiated 
by Alpha Gamma chapter; primarius 
of the chapter; mem. University of 
Georgia Alumni Association; district 
deputy; surgeon, limited to diseases 
of eye, ear, nose and throat; mem. 
various medical societies; surgeon 
general state of Georgia; fellow 
American College of Surgeons; fel- 
low American Academy of Ophthal- 
mology and Otolaryngology; profes- 
sor of otology and vice-dean of the 
faculty of medical department of 
University of Georgia; m. Katherine 
New, 1895. Address, 409 Green St., 
Augusta, Ga. 

LYON, Elias Potter; Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. Hillsdale College, 1892; 
initiated by Beta Kappa chapter, Jan. 
17, 1888; president of the chapter; 
mem. Minnesota Alumni Associa- 
tion; province chief; worthy grand 
chief; worked especially along lines 
of better scholarship while a na- 
tional officer; delegate to national 



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conventions at Nashville, 1892, and 
New Orleans, 1898; dean of Medical 
School and professor of physiology, 
University of Minnesota; m. Nellie 
Eastman, Sept. 1, 1897. Address, 421 
Union St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

M 

MAC INTIRE, Walter Hoge; Kappa 
Alpha (Southern), Acacia; ed. N. C., 
A. and M., 1905; M. S. Pennsylvania 
State College, 1909; initiated by Pi 
chapter, May, 1912; censor of chap- 
ter; soil chemist University of Ten- 
nessee Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion; mem. Knights Templars 32nd 
degree and Shriner; m. Edna E. 
Myer, Feb., 1911. Address, Univer- 
sity of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 

MACK, Louis William; president of 
Province Delta of Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. University of Illinois, 
1906; Harvard Law School, 1910; 
initiated by Illinois Beta, 1903; emi- 
nent deputy archon of chapter; vice- 
president of Chicago Alumni Asso- 
ciation; delegate to Province con- 
vention of 1906 and 1914; delegate 
Chicago national convention of 
1914; legal representative of S. A. 
E.; lawyer. Address, office, 1620 
Corn Exchange Bldg.; residence, 
2817 Pine Grove Ave., Chicago, 111. 

MACK, William; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; ed. Davidson College, and Uni- 
versity of Missouri, 1883; initiated 
by North Carolina Theta, 1883; 
chapter recorder; mem. New York 
Alumni Association; president of 
Chattanooga Convention, 1883; dele- 
gate to Washington Convention; 



founded California Alpha chapter; 
editor-in-chief "Encyclopedia of Law 
and Procedure of Corpus Juris;" 
mem. Knights Templars and Shrin- 
ers; m. Minnie Frank Bayles, June 
1, 1889. Address, 27 Cedar St., New 
York City. 

MACKALL, Henry Clinton; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Delta Chi, Scabbard 
and Blade; ed. University of Minne- 
sota, 1906; Harvard University, 
1909; initiated by Minn. Alpha of 
S. A, E., Oct., 1903; and Mass. Gam- 
ma, of Delta Chi, Oct., 1905; emi- 
nent deputy archon of S. A. E. chap- 
ter "C" of Delta Chi chapter; mem. 
Twin City Alumni Association of S. 
A. E. and Minneapolis Alumni As- 
sociation of Delta Chi; mem. Com- 
mittee on Anti-Fraternity Legisla- 
tion; attorney; mem. Song and 
Stein. Address, 311 Nicollet Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

MACLAY, Otis Hardy; Psi Upsilon, 
Phi Rho Sigma, Alpha Omega Alpha, 
Deru; ed. University of Michigan, 
1897; Northwestern University; 
initiated by Phi chapter, 1904; phy- 
sician; mem. faculty of Northwest- 
ern Medical School, department of 
nose and throat; mem. Northwest- 
ern University Alumni Association; 
m. Urma Cornell, 1902. Address, of- 
fice, 1905 Field Annex Bldg.; resi- 
dence, 5108 Kenwood Ave., Chicago, 
111. 

MacLEAN, Arthur Winfield; high 
treasurer of Gamma Eta Gamma; 
mem. Beta Theta Pi; ed. Boston 
University, 1903, LL. B., 1906; ini- 
tiated by Beta chapter, Oct., 1903; 



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chancellor of the chapter; both of 
Gamma Eta Gamma; mem. Alum- 
ni Associations of Gamma Eta Gam- 
ma and Beta Theta Pi; national 
offices of Gamma Eta Gamma; high 
chancellor, vice-high chancellor, 
high treasurer; mem. of Curia; 
delegate to national conventions at 
Bangor, Me., 1905, Syracuse, Mich- 
igan, Cornell and Albany; installed 
chapters at Cornell, Syracuse, Mich- 
igan and Albany; lawyer, dean 
Portia School of Law, Boston, 
Mass.; mem. Masons; m. Bertha L. 
Johnson, May 23, 1910. Address, 
505-6 Tremont Temple, Boston, 
Mass.; residence 1 Stone Road, Bel- 
mont, Mass. 

MACOMBER, Alexander; chief of the 
New England Province of Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. at Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, 1905; initiated 
by Mass. Beta Gamma chapter, 1906; 
mem. State Alumni Association; 
delegate to the five last biennial con- 
gresses; consulting engineer. Ad- 
dress, 201 Devonshire St., Boston, 
Mass. 

MACQUILLIN, Lillian Gertrude; 
grand treasurer of Alpha Omicron 
Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; ed. Brown 
University, 1899; charter member 
of Delta Sigma which joined Alpha 
Omicron Pi in 1895; secretary of 
chapter; mem. Brown University 
Alumnae Association; national reg- 
istrar, 1908 to 1910; grand treas- 
urer, 1910 to date; delegate to Bos- 
ton Convention of 1910 and Chicago 
Convention of 1912; business man- 
ager Churchill House Corporation. 



Address, Churchill House, 155 An- 
gell St., Providence, R. I. 

MADDOX, Susie Ware (Mrs. Wm. A.) ; 
Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. State Normal 
School, Farmville, Va., 1902; Uni- 
versity of Nashville, 1902; initiated 
by Alpha chapter; president, 1902; 
chairman of national committee 
which incorporated the sorority un- 
der the laws of the state of Virginia, 
1902; attended several conventions; 
m. William A. Maddox, Theta Delta 
Chi, 1910. Address, Oswego, N. Y. 

MADDOX, William Arthur; Theta 
Delta Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi 
Delta Kappa, Columbia chapter; ed. 
William and Mary College, Va., A. 
B., 1904; A. M. Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1911; initiated by Epsilon 
Charge, Apr. 22, 1904; charter mem- 
ber and president of petitioning 
local Mu Pi Lambda; contributed to 
fraternity magazine; mem. Epsilon 
Alumni Association of Theta Delta 
Chi; secretary, vice-president, presi- 
dent 1905-1909, sustaining mem. 
1904 on Theta Delta Chi Associa- 
tion of Va. Theta Delta Chi Associa- 
tion of Central New York; delegate 
to national convention of 1904-1906- 
1910 of Theta Delta Chi; 1913 of 
Phi Delta Kappa; 1902 of Mu PI 
Lambda; mem. College Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council; director practise of 
teaching, State Normal School; 
formerly superintendent of schools, 
Henrico Co., Va.; ^professor of 
Psychology State Normal School, 
Farmville, Va.; mem. Blue Lodge, 
Royal Arch Chapter, Knights Temp- 
lars, Order of Eastern Star, Masonic 



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Fraternity, Va.; Past Chancellor 
Knights of Pythias; m. Susie Ware 
Warner, Zeta Tau Alpha, 1910. Ad- 
dress, State Normal, Oswego, N. Y. 

MAERTZ, William Frank; vice-presi- 
dent and treasurer of Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; ed. University of Minnesota, 
1908; initiated by Psi chapter Sep- 
tember, 1905; vice-president and 
steward of chapter; delegate to 
Nashville Convention of 1907; phy- 
sician and surgeon; police surgeon, 
St. Paul, Minn., one year; spent 
one year, 1908-1909, at City Hos- 
pital, Minneapolis, Minn.; at pres- 
ent assistant at Lidgewood Hospital; 
mem. Elks, C. O. F., Knights of 
Columbus; m. Margaret G. Dough- 
erty, June 8, 1910. Address, Lidge- 
wood, N. Dak. 

MAHER, Paul P., M. D.; grand presi- 
ding junior of Phi Chi; ed. St. Louis 
University, 1914; initiated by Phi 
Rho chapter, January, 1911; secre- 
tary and treasurer of the chapter; 
grand presiding junior and delegate 
to national convention of 1913; in- 
tern at St. Louis Hospital. Address, 
City Hospital; residence, 6011 Wash- 
ington St., St. Louis, Mo. 

MA LONE, Florrie; Phi Mu Gamma; 
ed. Hollins College, 1911, Hollins, 
Va.; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
September, 1908; president of the 
chapter; contributed to the "Argal- 
iad" of Phi Mu Gamma; business 
manager of the magazine; delegate 
to national conventions; helped es- 
tablish Pan-Hellenic at Hollins Col- 
lege and was president in 1911. Ad- 



dress, 201 North Gates St., Dothan, 
Ala. 

MALT MAN, Stewart A.; Phi Kappa 
Psi; Phi Delta Phi; ed. Northwest- 
ern University, A. B. 1891, L. L. B. 
1893; presiding officer of chapter in 
1890; initiated by Illinois Alpha of 
Phi Kappa Psi, November, 1887; 
mem. Washington, D. C., Alumni As- 
sociation; contributed to magazine; 
delegate to Chicago Convention of 
1888 and to Chicago and Minneapo- 
lis District Conventions of 1889 and 
1891; delegate to World's Fair Pan- 
Hellenic, 1893; lawyer; U. S. Com- 
missioner of District of Porto Rico; 
government service, Washington, D. 
C.; mem. A. F. and A. M., B. P. O. E. 
Address, 708, 19th St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

MANN, William Alfred, M. D.; Delta 
Tau Delta, Phi Rho Sigma; ed. Uni- 
versity of Illinois, 1879, North- 
western University Medical School; 
initiated by Upsilon chapter of Delta 
Tau Delta, 1876, and Alpha chapter 
of Phi Rho Sigma (honorary mem- 
ber); president Chicago Alumni As- 
sociation of Delta Tau Delta in 1907 
and vice-president of Chicago Alumni 
Association of Phi Rho Sigma in 
1903; assistant editor of the "Phi 
Rho Sigma Journal," 1902, and alter- 
nate to convention of 1906; physi- 
cian, practice limited to eye, ear, 
nose and throat. Address, 30 N. 
Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, 111.; 
residence, Wilmette, 111. 

MANY, Anna Estelle; grand secretary 
of Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. Newcomb 
College and Tulane University, 1907; 
initiated by Pi chapter, 1904; na- 



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tional auditor and grand secretary; 
delegate to national convention of 
1912. Address, 1325 Henry Clay Ave., 
New Orleans, La. 

MARKEY, Dr. Clare Charles; supreme 
secretary-treasurer of Xi Psi Phi; ed. 
University of Michigan, 1901; initi- 
ated by Alpha chapter, October, 
1898; secretary of chapter; mem. Na- 
tional, Illinois State and Chicago 
Alumni Associations ; author of pres- 
ent constitution and ritual; compiled 
first directory of fraternity, 1889; 
editor "Quarterly," 1903-1906; life 
member of fraternity; national of- 
fices held, supreme advisor 1902- 
1914, supreme secretary-treasurer 
1901-1916, honorary past supreme 
president 1912; officer at all national 
conventions since 1901; dentist. Ad- 
dress, 1436 Peoples Gas Bldg., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

MARSH, Rhena L. Clark; Sigma Kap- 
pa; ed. Colby College, 1901; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, October, 1897; 
president of the chapter; mem. New 
York Alumnae Association; chair- 
man of extension committee; grand 
president; delegate to national con- 
vention at Waterville, 1905, and Bos- 
ton, 1911; delegate to Inter-Sorority 
Conference, Chicago, 1906; m. Geo. 
A. Marsh, Sept. 12, 1905. Address, 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 

MARSHALL, Warner; secretary New 
England Alumni Association of Delta 
Kappa Epsilon Alumni Association 
for four years; ed. Western Reserve 
University, 1900, and Yale University, 
1902; initiated by Beta Chi chapter, 
October, 1896; chairman national 
convention committee; banker, head 



of firm of Marshall & Co. ; mem. Bos- 
ton City Club, Yale Club of New 
York; m. May Belle Tupper, Oct. 19, 
1905. Address, office, 70 State St., 
Boston, Mass.; residence, Newton- 
ville, Mass. 

MARTIN, Asa Earl; Kappa Alpha, 
South; ed. William Jewell College, 
A. B. 1908, A. M. 1912; initiated by 
Alpha Delta chapter, 1904; head of 
the chapter, 1907-1908; mem. Cor- 
nell University Alumni Chapter of 
Kappa Alpha S.; president of Mis- 
souri District and delegate to dis- 
trict convention of 1910-1911; helped 
install chapter at Drury College; 
taught in Westport High School, 
Kansas City, for five years; fellow 
in history department of Cornell 
University, 1913-1915; author of 
"Our Negro Population;" m. Anna 
Elizabeth Fox, June 8, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 7 Reservoir Ave.; Ithaca, N. Y. 

MARTIN, Herbert Milton; worthy 
grand scribe of Kappa Sigma; ed. 
Randolph-Macon College, 1889; initi- 
ated by ma chapter, Nov. 1888; 
grand scribe of chapter; contributor 
to magazine since 1890; contributed 
one song; mem. Danville Alumni 
chapter of Kappa Sigma and Dan- 
ville Alumni Association of Randolph- 
Macon College; attended several dis- 
trict conventions; national worthy 
grand scribe since 1891; attended all 
national conventions since 1890 to 
1914; founded chapter at William 
and Mary College and assisted in 
establishing several others; delegate 
to Inter-Fraternity Conferences of 
1911, 1912 and 1913; connected with 
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157 



Mills; mem. Masonic Lodge, Knights 
Templars, Mystic Shrine; m. Fan- 
nie Bledsoe Fitzgerald, Dec. 7, 1893. 
Address, 349 W. Main St., Danville, 
Va. 

MARTIN, Hugh; worthy grand chief, 
1912, of Alpha Tau Omega; ed. Cor- 
nell University, 1894; initiated by 
Beta Theta chapter, 1889; m. Ellie 
Robinson, Nov. 11, 1913; architect. 
Address, Title Guarantee Bldg., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

MARTIN, Ida Shaw (Mrs. William 
Holmes); founder of Delta Delta 
Delta; national president of Alpha 
Sigma Alpha; ed. at Boston Univer- 
sity, 1889; mem. Alpha chapter, 
charter member; president of chap- 
ter; contributed several songs and 
articles to "Trident" of Delta Delta 
Delta; national president, historian 
and commissioner of education; 
founder and author of ritual and 
constitution of Delta Delta Delta; 
delegate to national conventions; 
honorary membership in Alpha Sig- 
ma Alpha for help in organizing 
this sorority in the normal field ; au- 
thor of their ritual and constitution; 
elected national president at nation- 
al convention in Oxford, Ohio, Nov., 
1914; editor-in-chief of magazine, 
"The Phoenix," issued weekly; edi- 
tor of the Sorority Handbook, five 
editions, 1905, and every two years 
to 1913; editor Greek Exchange, 
1912 to 1915; editor and publisher; 
m. W. H. Martin, Dec. 24, 1896. Ad- 
dress, 1 Cardington St., Roxbury, 
Mass. 

MARTIN, James Gardner; Phi Kappa 



Psi ; ed. University of Wisconsin, 1913 ; 
affiliated by Wisconsin Alpha, 1909; 
initiated at Amherst College; presi- 
dent of chapter; mem. Indianapolis 
Alumni Association; delegate to na- 
tional convention at Cleveland, 1914 ; 
mem. Inter-Fraternity Conference at 
college, assistant cashier, E. C. At- 
kins & Co. Address, residence, 402 
S. 2nd St., Indianapolis, Ind.; office, 
c/o E. C. Atkins & Co., Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

MARTIN, Lester H.; Past Grand Pry- 
tanis of Tau Kappa Epsilon; ed. Il- 
linois Wesleyan University, 1903; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, 1889; 
prytanis of chapter; mem. Lester H. 
Martin Alumnae chapter; national 
offices held, grand prytanis and 
grand chrysopholis ; delegate to all 
conventions from 1909 to 1914; law- 
yer; mem. De Molay Commandery 
No. 24; m. Mary Beckwith, Sept. 12, 
1904. Address, 209 Unity Bldg., 
Bloomington, 111. 

MARTIN, Stanley Watkins; worthy 
grand treasurer of Kappa Sigma; 
ed. Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 
1889; initiated by (old) Nu, Jan., 
1888; mem. Danville and Virginia 
Alumni Associations; delegate to 
district conventions and all national 
conventions since 1890, worthy grand 
treasurer since 1892; helped install 
several chapters; delegate to Inter- 
Fraternity Convention at New York, 
1912; clerk U. S. Court west district 
of Virginia since June, 1888; mem. 
past district deputy grand master 
District No. 39, A. F. & A. M., grand 
representative for the State of Texas 
in the grand lodge of Virginia, grand 



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representative for the State of New 
York in the grand chapter of Vir- 
ginia, past master Roman Eagle 
Lodge No. 122, A. F. & A. M., past 
high priest Euclid Chapter No. 15, 
R. A. M., past eminent commander 
Dove Commandery No. 7, K. T., all 
of Danville, Va., mem. Marshall 
Lodge No. 39 Lynchburg, Va., past 
grand high priest of Royal Arch 
Masons for Virginia, 1912; grand 
warden Grand Commandery of 
Knights Templars of Va., 1913, A. A. 
S. R. Dalco Consistory No. 1, Va., 
32nd degree; mem. Acca Temple of 
A. A. O. N. M. Shrine, Richmond, 
Va.; Cadet Va. Tech., 1886, 1887, 
1888, Major 1st Regiment Infantry 
Va. Volunteers, senior major of state ; 
m. Jessie L. Thomas, Oct. 15, 1889. 
Address, 255 Norfolk Ave., Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

MARTIN, William Joline; Phi Alpha 
Gamma; ed. Hahnemann Medical Col- 
lege of Philadelphia, 1889; initiated 
by Gamma chapter, 1897; vice-presi- 
dent of chapter; president Pittsburgh 
Alumni chapter; national grand 
president, 1913-1914, delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1912 and 1913; 
associate editor "Phi Alpha Gamma 
Quarterly"; physician. Address, 636 
Trenton Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

MASON, Carrie Knoll; grand treasurer 
of Sigma Sigma Sigma; ed. Normal 
School, Farmville, Va., 1907; A. B. 
Cornell University, 1911; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, 1907; organized 
Richmond Alumni Association; at 
tended national conventions at 
Richmond, Va., 1911, and Buffalo, N. 
Y., 1913; teacher of mathematics in 



John Marshall High School, Rich- 
mond, Va. Address, Mattoax, Va. 

MASON, John Edward Jr.; editor-in- 
chief of "The Purple, Green and Gold" 
of Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Beta 
Kappa; ed. University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1913; initiated by Epsilon 
Zeta chapter, May 27, 1912; judicial 
and advisory officer of chapter ; mem. 
Philadelphia Alumni Association r 
chairman Board of Publications 
mem. Ritual Committee and Insignir 
Committee, designed coat of arms 
and seal of fraternity, designed 
present pledge button and suggested 
improvements for alumni recogni 
tion pin and regular badge, also de 
signed flag, shingle and charter 
editor of "The Cross and Crescent,' 
the secret publication; attended twc 
national conventions as national of 
ficer; founded and edited "The Purple 
Green and Gold"; delegate to Inter 
Fraternity Conference, 1914, as ma 
gazine editor; sometime Harrisor 
Scholar, now Harrison Fellow al 
University of Pennsylvania study 
ing literature and philology; in Eng 
lish and Romance languages; mem 
Modern Language Association. Ad 
dress, 251 South 44th St., Philadel 
phia, Pa. 

MASON, Lorena Boyd; secretary o:i 
Richmond Alumnae Chapter of Zet* 
Tau Alpha; ed. Richmond College 
Richmond, Va.; initiated by lotJ 
chapter, March 11, 1905; historiai 
of the chapter; contributed to th< 
"Themis" of Zeta Tau Alpha; mem 
Richmond Alumnae Association; na 
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dress, 210 East Franklin St., Rich- 
mond, Va. 

/IASON, Minnie Newel; national his- 
torian of Alpha Delta Pi ; ed. Wesley- 
an College, Macon, Ga., 1908; ini- 
tiated by Alpha chapter, 1905; presi- 
dent of the chapter, 1907-1908; con- 
tributed to the Adelphean and has 
written songs; mem. Macon Alumnae 
Club; president of executive council 
and attended every national conven- 
tion ; instrumental in getting sorority 
admitted to National Pan-Hellenic 
and saved it from extinction twice; 
mem. Macon Pan-Hellenic; teacher 
in Wesleyan College. Address, 280 
Orange St., Macon, Ga. 

rfATHEWS, Joseph Howard; ex-grand 
master alchemist of Alpha Chi Sig- 
ma; ed. University of Wisconsin, 
1903; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
1902, one of the founders; master 
alchemist of the chapter; mem. Sig- 

' ma Xi, honorary; national offices 
held: G. M. C., 1906-1908, G. M. A., 
1908-1914; assistant professor of phys- 
ical chemistry, University of Wis- 
consin. Address, 128 Lathrop St., 
Madison, Wis. 

tfATHEWS, Sara B.; Sigma Kappa; 
ed. Colby College, Waterville, Me., 
1896; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
Oct., 1892; contributed one song and 
to sorority magazine; mem. New 
York Alumnae Association; grand 
president, 1907-1908; delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1908; national 
secretary of Y. W. C. A. Address, 
office, 600 Lexington Ave., New York 
City; residence, Vineyard Haven, 



VIATHEWSON, Charles Frederick; 



president of New York Alumni As- 
sociation of Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
ed. Dartmouth College, 1882; ini- 
tiated by Pi chapter, 1882; national 
president 4 terms, 1910-1914, chair- 
man of committee on revision of con- 
stitution; delegate to national con- 
vention of 1879 and 1882; delegate to 
several New York Inter-Fraternity 
Conferences; lawyer; m. Jeanie C. 
Anderson, Dec. 8, 1886. Address, 55 
Wall St., New York City. 

MATTERN, Edwin L.; Phi Gamma 
Delta, Delta Chi; Alleghany College 
1890 and New York University; 
LL. B.; 1894; initiated by Pi chapter 
of Phi Gamma Delta, Jan. 29, 1887, 
and Nu Epsilon chapter of Delta 
Chi; mem. Pittsburgh Graduate 
chapter, Phi Gamma Delta Club of 
New York City; associate editor of 
the "Phi Gamma Delta Quarterly," 
1889-1890, then editor; delegate to 
several national conventions; attor- 
ney; m. A. Gertrude Lewis, 1901. 
Address, 228 Frick Bldg., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., residence, 1008 Farragut 
St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

MATTHEWS, Robert Clayton, B. S.; 
secretary and treasurer of Tau Beta 
Pi; mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon and 
honorary mem. Phi Kappa Phi; ed. 
University of Illinois; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, May 4, 1901; ini- 
tiated by Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1904; 
delegate to national convention, 
1905; council editor of the "Bent," 
1902-1913; professor of drawing and 
machine design, university of Ten- 
nessee; m. Virginia Longstreet La- 
mar, June 27, 1911. Address, 1717 
Yale Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. 



LEADING GREEKS 



MATTOON, Winford Lecky; grand 
second counselor of Sigma Pi; ed. 
Otterbein, Dennison and Ohio State 
Universities, 1903; initiated by 
Gamma chapter, 1908, charter mem- 
ber; organized chapter as local; and 
charter member; mem. Dennison and 
Ohio State University Alumni Asso- 
ciations; archon Beta Province two 
terms; national grand sage, chair- 
man executive council two terms, 
and grand second counselor 1914 to 
date; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1909-1910-1912-1914, mem. 
Ritual Revision Committee and de- 
signed pin and emblems; delegate 
to Inter-Fraternity Conventions of 
1911-1912-1913-1914; civil engineer, 
real estate and tax agent for Hock- 
ing Valley Railroad; mem, B. P. O. 
B., National Tax Association, Rail- 
way Men's Tax Association, Railway 
Real Estate Association, Columbus 
Chamber of Commerce, National 
Association of Real Estate Exchang- 
es, National Geographic Society, 
Ohio Printers' Association (Key- 
stone Press); Ben Franklin Club of 
Columbus, Ohio, application papers 
being prepared for following: Sons 
of American Revolution, Society of 
Colonial Wars, Society of Mayflow- 
er Descendants, American Railway 
Engineering Association, American 
Society of Civil Engineers; m. 
Inez Newton Clark, Kansas City, 
Feb. 16, 1909.. Address, office, 914- 
916 Spahr Bldg.; residence, 104 
West Lane Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

MAUCK, Alice Lesher; Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. University of Nebraska, 
1908; initiated by Xi chapter, 1907; 



alumni adviser of the chapter; 
mem. Kappa Kappa Alumnae chap- 
ter; president of western province 
of Alpha Chi Omega; m. Tom H. 
Mauck, 1910; Address 1644 L. St., 
Lincoln, Nebr. 

MAYER, Edward E.; grand archon, 
1900-1901 of Phi Beta Pi; ed. Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh, 1895 and 1897; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, 1895; 
grand archon of chapter; raised 
fund to start fraternity magazine; 
physician, assistant professor of 
Physiology, Pittsburgh University; 
m. Rose M. Lamm, 1901. Address, 
office, 800 Keenan Bldg.; residence, 
5815 Ferree St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

MCALLISTER, Hugh Maffit; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; ed. Hampden-Sidney College, 
1902; initiated by Iota chapter, 
1899; class secretary first term, ed- 
itorial staff college annual, 1899, 
junior orator, Union Literary Soci- 
ety; contributed to fraternity mag- 
azine; deputy grand master of fra- 
ternity, 1901; grand secretary, 1907; 
delegate to national convention of 
1901; secretary of Julian R. McAl- 
lister & Co., general merchants, 
cashier Covington Savings Bank two 
years; four years secretary-treas- 
urer McAllister Hardware and Fur- 
niture Store; director and secretary 
R. R. McAllister & Sons, incorpo- 
rated, 1908 to 1914; secretary of Al- 
legheny Orchard Co.; review editor 
Hampden-Sidney Magazine" and 
author of "History of Allegheny Co., 
Va."; editorial staff "Handbook of 
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with the "Review," Clifton Forge, 
Va., "Times-Herald," Newport News, 
Va., and "Trade Journal" of Peters- 
burg, Va.; m. Evaline Long, Jan. 3, 

1907, South Side, Mason County, W. 
Va. Address, Covington, Alleghany 
Co., Va. 

McBRIDE, R. S.; grand editor of "Al- 
pha Chi Sigma"; ed. University of 
Minnesota, 1908; initiated by Beta 
chapter, 1908; charter mem. of the 
chapter; mem. Sigma Xi, honorary; 
vice-grand master alchemist, grand 
treasurer, grand editor, editor-in- 
chief and business manager of the 
Hexagon of Alpha Chi Sigma one 
year; mem. ritual revision commit- 
tee and chairman of committee on 
revision of constitution, 1912; dele- 
gate or officer at conventions of 

1908, 1910, 1912, 1914; associate 
chemist National Bureau of Stand- 
ards, Washington, D. C.; m. Ger- 
trude H. Williams, 1909. Address, 
Bureau of Standards, Washington, 
D. C. 

McBRIEN, Dean Depew; contributing 
editor of the "Journal" of Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; ed. University of Nebras- 
ka, 1914; initiated by Nebraska Al- 
pha, April 15, 1911; historian of 
chapter; contributed magazine ar- 
ticles and editorials to fraternity 
magazine; mem. University of Ne- 
braska Inter-Fraternity Council ; 
founder of local and charter mem- 
ber when it became Alpha chapter 
of Sigma Phi Epsilon; instrumental 
in securing chapter for Iowa Wes- 
leyan; professor of history, Arkan- 



sas State Normal. Address, Conway, 
Ark. 

McC AND LESS, Helen LaRue; Kappa 
Delta; ed. University of Kentucky, 
1908; initiated by Epsilon Omega 
chapter, Dec. 17, 1910; correspond- 
ent for the alumnae of the chapter 
and the Louisville Alumnae Asso- 
ciation to the Angelos of Kappa 
Delta; instrumental in founding 
chapter of Epsilon Omega. Address, 
1141 S. Floyd St., Louisville Ky. 

McCAW, Thomas Wilson; associate 
editor of "The Tomahawk" of Alpha 
Sigma Phi; ed. Marietta College, 1914; 
initiated by Delta chapter, Dec. 15, 
1910; president of chapter; delegate 
to New York national convention of 
Sept., 1913; one of organizers and 
first secretary of Marietta College 
Inter-Fraternity Conference; drug- 
gist; mem. S'ons of Veterans. Ad- 
dress, 125 Fourth St., Dennison, Ohio. 

McCOY, Ethel Josephine; mem. Flori- 
da Extension Committee of Alpha 
Chi Omega; Iota Tau; ed. Syracuse 
University, 1911; initiated by Lamb- 
da chapter, Nov., 1907; contributed 
several articles to fraternity maga- 
zine; delegate to Detroit National 
Convention of 1910; associate editor 
of the Lyre of Alpha Chi Omega; 
helped install Tau chapter; faculty 
Southland Seminary, St. Petersburg, 
Fla.; chief camp fire guardian, Jack- 
sonville Y. W. C. A.; first vice-presi- 
dent Woman's Missionary Society; 
superintendent missionary depart- 
ment, Florida State Sunday School 
Association ; recording secretary 
Florida Equal Franchise League. Ad- 



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dress, Southland Seminary, St. 
Petersburg, Fla. 

McCLURE, Roy Fleming; master 
scholar of Delta Theta Phi; ed. at 
Chattanooga College of Law, 1907; 
initiated by Lurton Senate, 1907; 
dean of chapter; charter member of 
Lurton Senate; mem. Chattanooga 
Alumni Senate of Delta Theta Phil; 
delegate to national convention at 
Chicago, 1913; vice-chancellor, 1912; 
master scholar, 1913; district deputy 
chancellor; attorney-at-law ; senior 
warden of Temple Lodge No. 430, P. 
and A. M., Chattanooga, Tenn.; pro- 
fessor of the law of bailments and 
carriers in Chattanooga College of 
Law; vice-president of Young Men's 
Department, Chattanooga Chamber 
of Commerce ; secretary of Masonic 
Social Club, Chattanooga. Address, 
1020 Hamilton National Bank Bldg., 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

McCONNELL, Colonel Frank Percy; 
grand purser of Kappa Alpha, South- 
ern; ed. Alabama Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, Auburn, Ala., 1890; initiated by 
Nu chapter, Sept. 16, 1886; (I) of 
the chapter; mem. Richmond, Va., 
Alumni chapter; chief alumnus 5 
years, grand purser 16 years; helped 
organize and charter mem. of Talla- 
dega, Ala., Muskogee, Okla., and 
Fort Smith, Ark., Alumni Chapters; 
banker, president of Manchester Na- 
tional Bank, Richmond, Va.; presi- 
dent South Richmond Bank; colonel 
commanding 3rd Regiment Alabama 
National Guard, 1900-1906; mem. 
Elks, I. O. O. F., Shriner, Thirty-Sec- 
ond Degree Mason; m. Belle Nor- 
wood Tyler, daughter of Gov, Tyler 



of East Radford, Va., Nov. 16, 1908. 
Address, Manchester National Bank, 
Richmond, Va. 

McCOY, Lon Stephens; president of 
Province VI of Phi Delta Phi; ed. 
University of Southern California, 
1908; initiated by Beatty chapter, 
1907, charter member; chairman of 
committee which wrote constitution 
and by-laws of Beatty chapter and 
Province VI in 1907 convention; 
scriptor of chapter; delegate to dis- 
trict conventions at San Francisco, 
1907, Portland, Ore., 1908; Los 
Angeles, 1910, Seattle, 1912; delegate 
to national convention of 1908 at 
New York City; attorney at law; 
mem. Native Sons of Golden West. 
Address, 338 Van Nuys Bldg., Los 
Angeles, Calif. 

McCRAY, Mary Latta; national secre- 
tary of Delta Delta Delta; ed. Uni- 
versity of Cincinnati; initiated by 
Zeta chapter, Nov., 1901; president 
of the chapter; mem. Dayton College 
Club; vice president, 1908-1910, na- 
tional secretary, 1910-1915, province 
vice-president; visiting delegate to 
district convention of 1908-1910; 
delegate to national conventions: 
Lincoln, Neb., 1908, Evanston, 111., 
1910, Columbus, 1912; m. Alfred Mc- 
Cray, Dec. 1, 1911. Address, 11 Park- 
view Apartments, Dayton, Ohio. 

McCRILLIS, Arthur Milton; ex-his- 
torian of general council of Phi Del- 
ta Theta (four years) ; ed. Brown 
University, 1897; initiated by Rhode 
Island Alpha, Oct., 1893; president 
of chapter; mem. Providence and 
Boston Alumni Association; vice- 
president of Alpha Province, dele- 



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gate to province conventions of 1903 
and 1911; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1896-1902-1904-1906-1908- 
1910; assisted at installation of Mc- 
Gill University chapter and chapters 
at University of Toronto and Penn- 
sylvania State Colleges; treasurer 
A. B. McCrillis & Son, Incor- 
porated, also treasurer Telephone 
Sales Co.; m. Eloise Halsey Brown, 
Oct., 1903. Address, 17 Exchange 
St., Providence, R. I. 

McDAVIT, Clarence Godfrey; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon; ed. Dartmouth Col- 
lege, 1900; initiated by Pi chapter, 
1896; compiled history of Pi chap- 
ter; president 53d convention, dele- 
gate to 51st convention at Chicago, 
52d at Detroit, and 53d at Spring- 
field, Mass. ; assistant vice-president's 
office, New England Telephone and 
Telegraph Co.; m. Edith Lauterbach, 
Oct. 15, 1902. Address, 50 Oliver St., 
Boston, Mass. 

McDONALD, Agnes Frances; presi- 
dent of the Northern New York 
Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi; ed. 
St. Lawrence University, 1909; ini- 
tiated by New York Gamma, Oct., 
1905; president of local chapter 
when admitted by Pi Beta Phi; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa; mem. St. Lawrence 
Alumni Association and St. Lawrence 
Arrow Association; instructor in 
academic subjects in State School of 
Agriculture, Canton, N. Y. Address, 
3 College St., Canton, N. Y.; home 
address, Theresa, N. Y. 

McDOUGALL, James Calhoun, M. D.; 
supreme bursar of Chi Zeta Chi; ed. 
Atlanta Medical College, 1911; ini- 
tiated by Epsilon chapter, Nov. 7, 



1907; eminent grand of chapter; con- 
tributed to Chi Zeta Chi "Record"; 
mem. New York Alumni chapter; 
supreme bursar seven years; dele- 
gate to seven national conventions; 
organized three chapters; eye, ear, 
nose and throat specialist. Address, 
1304 Empire Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

McELFRESH, Gertrude Elizabeth 
(Mrs.); national treasurer of Delta 
Zeta; ed. Cornell University, 1909; 
initiated by Beta chapter, 1908 ; presi- 
dent of chapter; national treasurer, 
1913-1916; delegate to national con- 
vention at Indianapolis, 1914; in- 
structor of English Oregon Agricul- 
tural College, Corvallis, Ore.; m. 
Fred Morgan McElfresh Feb. 24, 
1905; deceased Sept. 7, 1906. Ad- 
dress, 3 Park Terrace, Corvallis, Ore. 

McELHONE, Arthur Johnston; grand 
praetor of ninth province of Sigma 
Chi; ed. Columbia University, 1902; 
initiated by Epsilon chapter, Nov., 
1898; secretary of the chapter and 
associate editor; contributed arti- 
cles and poems to magazine and 
wrote several songs; mem. Wash 
ington, D. C., and New York Alumni 
Associations; grand chapter poet, 
1913; grand praetor of first province, 
1903-1906, grand praetor of ninth 
province, 1913-1915; delegate to In- 
ter-Fraternity Conference at New 
York, 1913; delegate to district con- 
ventions of 1899-1913 and to national 
convention of 1903; writer, secre- 
tary to Surgeon-General Wyman, 
1902-1908, secretary to Mayor Gay- 
nor; mem. International Conference 
at Berlin, 1907; secretary to Vice- 
president Talber, National City 



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Bank, 1910-1913; m. Jane Dierken, 
1910. Address, 233 Broadway, New 
York City. 

McELROY, Cora Allen (Mrs. J. H.) ; 
member executive committee of the 
College Fraternity Reference Bureau, 
former national chairman of the Pan- 
Hellenic Congress and former na- 
tional president of Alpha Phi; ed. 
Northwestern University; initiated 
by Beta chapter of Alpha Phi; dele- 
gate to many Pan-Hellenics. Ad- 
dress, 5759 Kenwood Ave., Chicago, 
111. 

McFADDEN, Charles Atkinson; supreme 
guard of Xi Psi Phi; ed. at Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, 1909; initiated by 
Phi chapter, 1906; president of chap- 
ter; mem. Minnesota Xi Psi Phi 
Alumni Association; delegate to na- 
tional convention at Ann Arbor, 
1909; mem. supreme chapter; den- 
tist; m. Mabel Inez Perault, 1910. 
Address, 600 Lonsdale Bldg., Du- 
luth, Minn. 

McFARLAND, Joseph, M. D.; presi- 
dent of grand chapter of Phi Rho 
Sigma for 8 years; ed. Medico Chi- 
rurgical College of Philadelphia; ini- 
tiated by Lambda chapter, honorary 
member, presided at three national 
conventions; professor of pathology 
and bacteriology in Medico Chirur- 
gical College of Philadelphia; m. 
Virginia E. Kinsey, 1892, at Philadel- 
phia. Address, 442 W. Stafford St., 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

McFETRIDGE, Elizabeth M.; editor of 
"Aglaia" of Phi Mu; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; ed. at Newcomb College, Tu- 
lane University, 1912; initiated by 



Delta chapter, October 9, 1909; pres- 
ident of chapter; associate editor of 
"Aglaia"; author of several articles 
and songs; mem. New Orleans Alum- 
nae Association, and Newcomb 
Alumnae Association; teaching fel- 
low in Latin, Newcomb College. Ad- 
dress, 4810 St. Charles Ave., New 
Orleans, La. 

McGILVRAY, Walter Scott; Sigma 
Nu; ed. Stanford University, 1910; 
initiated by Beta Chi chapter, Sept., 
1906; president of the chapter; in- 
spector of eleventh division, 1913- 
1915, built chapter house; delegate 
to national convention at Indianap- 
olis, 1910; contractor with McGil- 
vray-Raymond Granite Co. ; m. Jessie 
C. Morgan, Stanford, 1910. Address, 
Raymond, Calif. 

McGUIRE, Betsey Thayer; Delta Gam- 
ma; ed. Nebraska State University, 
1907; initiated by Kappa chapter, 
Oct., 1905; corresponding secretary 
of the chapter; secretary of Gamma 
Upsilon Alumni chapter for 2 years; 
president for 1 year; teacher of phys- 
ical training in Los Angeles High 
School. Address, 501 W. Central St., 
Chippewa Falls, Wis. 

McGURREN, Henry Vincent; national 
president of Delta Chi; ed. at Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law, 1910; ini- 
tiated by Chicago Kent chapter, Feb. 
5, 1908; chapter president; mem. 
governing body, 1910, re-elected 
1913; national treasurer, 1911-13; 
national president, 1913-15; contrib- 
utor to "Delta Chi Quarterly"; dele- 
gate to Chicago Greek Conference of 
1913; delegate to national conven- 






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tions at Columbus, 1910; Chicago, 
1911, and Toronto, 1913; delegate to 
inter-fraternity conference, New 
York; mem. Chicago Alumni chap- 
ter of Delta Chi; attorney-at-law ; 
supt. bureau of compensation, City 
of Chicago; mem. Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation; m. Hazel Seaton, October 8, 
1904. Home address, 722 Independ- 
ence Blvd., Chicago, 111.; business 
address, V-15 City Hall, Chicago, 111. 

MclNTYRE, William Ainsworth; presi- 
dent, 1912-1914, of Phi Sigma Kappa; 
ed. University of Pennsylvania, 1904; 
initiated by Mu chapter, May 16, 
1901; president of the chapter; mem. 
University of Penn. Alumni Associa- 
tion, and Alumni Associations of 
Mu chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa and 
New York City; national treasurer, 
1904-1908, secretary, 1908-1912; dele- 
gate to Inter-Fraternity Conventions 
of 1911 and 1912; chief road engi- 
neer, Association of American Port- 
land Cement Manufacturers; mem. 
F. and A. M.; m. Anna R. Upton, Oct. 
4, 1904. Address, 112 Walnut Ave., 
Ardmore, Pa. 

McKEAN, Martha Hutchings; Alpha 
Xi Delta; ed. Syracuse University, 
1907; initiated by Eta chapter, May, 
1904; local Pan-Hellenic represent- 
ative of the chapter; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa and Eta Pi Upsilon (hon- 
orary) ; contributed numerous songs 
and articles; one of the editors of 
the song book, editor of the "Alpha 
Xi Delta"; delegate to national con- 
vention of 1907 and 1909; m. Scott 
R. McKean, Dec. 31, 1907. Address, 
844 Funston Ave., Newberry, Pa. 

McKENZIE, John Wallace; Sigma Al- 



pha Epsilon; ed. University of Min- 
nesota, 1911; initiated by Minnesota 
Alpha, May 8, 1908; eminent archon 
of chapter; mem. Minnesota Alumni 
Association; representative of Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon of Inter-Fraternity 
Council both active and alumni; dele- 
gate to Chicago province convention 
of 1910 and to Kansas City national 
convention of 1910; real estate busi- 
ness. Address, 1786 S. James St., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

McKIBBEN, Justin Warren; chief of 
fifteenth division of Beta Theta Pi, 
1913-1914; ed. University of Califor- 
nia, 1909; initiated by Omega chap- 
ter, 1904; president of the chapter; 
mem. Golden Bear, Winged Helmet, 
Skull and Keys; mem. University 
of California Alumni Association; 
business, with California Fruit Can- 
ners Association, San Francisco, 
Calif.; m. Florence Goddard, Alpha 
Phi, 1910. Address, 2522 Piedmont 
Ave., Berkeley, Calif. 

McKINLEY, Archibald Alexander; Del- 
ta Chi; ed. Iowa State University, 
1899 and Lake Forest University; 
initiated by Chicago Kent chapter, 
1897; mem. Chicago Alumni Associa- 
tion of Delta Chi; contributed to 
Delta Chi "Quarterly" ; lawyer, attor- 
ney for insurance department, State 
of Illinois; m. Alice B. Touhy, Aug., 
1901. Address, office, 29 S. LaSalle 
St., Chicago, 111.; residence, 1104 
Dempster St., Evanston, 111. 

McKISSICK, James Rion; associate 
editor of the "Kappa Alpha Journal" 
of Kappa Alpha Southern; ed. South 
Carolina College, A. B., 1905; grad- 
uate student College of Charleston, 



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1905-1906; Harvard Law School, 
1906-1909; initiated by Beta Gamma 
chapter, 1906; mem. Sigma Upsilon 
Randolph-Macon chapter; president 
of Virginia chapter of Tau Kappa 
Alpha, 1913; contributed to "Kappa 
Alpha Journal" ; president of Boston 
Alumni chapter, 1909, and Richmond 
Alumni chapter, 1911; lawyer, firm 
of Sirrine and McKissick; 1909-1914 
In newspaper field, assistant editor 
of the "Times-Despatch" of Richmond, 
and chief editorial writer, 1909-1911; 
campaigned for Bryan in New York, 
New Jersey and Massachusetts in 
1908; aggressive editorial opponent 
of the Virginia political machine. 
Address, 207 Masonic Temple, Green- 
ville, S. C. 

McKUSICK, Marshall; past chancellor 
of Delta Theta Phi; ed. University 
of S'. Dakota, Boston University, 
1901; initiated by Harlan chapter, 
May, 1903; supreme judge of chap- 
ter; contributed to fraternity maga- 
zine; national supreme judge and as- 
sociate judge; organized chapter at 
Minnesota and Creighton Univer- 
sity; delegate to national conven- 
tions four times; dean of Law School 
of University of South Dakota; au- 
thor of legal papers and articles; 
mem. Masonic Lodge; m. Alice A. 
Bates, Aug. 24, 1905. Address, 25 
High St., Vermilion, S. D. 

McLANE, James William; Delta Tau 
Delta; ed. Adelbert College, Western 
Reserve University, 1883; initiated 
by Zeta chapter, Jan., 1881; presi- 
dent of the chapter; mem. Cleveland 
Alumni Association; editor of the 
Rainbow of Delta Tau Delta 1 year; 



founded Zeta Alumni Association 
with one other; principal of Cleve- 
land Normal Training School, 1909, 
to date; mem. Royal Arcanum; m. 
Millie G. Sykes, Dec., 1886. Address, 
1787 E. 87th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

MCLAUGHLIN, Roy M.; Beta Theta 
Pi; ed. University of Cincinnati, 
1905; initiated by Beta Nu chapter, 
Oct., 1901; mem. Diogenes Club of 
Cincinnati, O.; chief of seventh dis- 
trict, 1904-1911; delegate to nation- 
al convention at Lake Minnetonka, 
Minn., 1902; attorney, mem. firm of 
Gatch and McLaughlin; m. Anne 
S. Mackelfresh, June 8, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 2215 Union Central Bldg., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

McLENDON, Lennox Polk; district 
grand master of Kappa Sigma; ed. 
N. C. A. and M. College and Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, 1910; initia- 
ted by Beta Upsilon chapter, 1907; 
delegate to district conventions of 
1909 and 1910; district grand mas- 
ter fifth district; delegate to nation- 
al conclave of 1912; lawyer. Ad- 
dress, Durham, N. C. 

McLEOD, Mary Catherine; exchange 
editor of the Triangle of Sigma 
Kappa; ed. University of Denver, 
A. B., 1909, A. M., 1910, Fed. B. 
Colo. State Teachers College; ini- 
tiated by Iota chapter, Feb., 1909; 
recorder of chapter; mem. Colorado I 
Alumnae Club; contributed to Tri- 
angle of Sigma Kappa; presided 
over first Inter-Fraternity Council 
held in 1913; vice-president Denver ; 
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public reader. Address, 629 Grant 
Ave., Denver, Colo. 

McMAHON, Edward M.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1908; initiated by Wisconsin 
Alpha, 1904; mem. Madison and 
Detroit Alumni Associations; pro- 
'moted house building organization; 
delegate to district convention at 
Chicago, 1910; secretary of the Mad- 
ison Board of Commerce, regent of 
the University of Wisconsin; mem. 
Knights of Columbus, Benevolent 
and Protective Order of Elks; m. 
Mabel Fay Seymour, 1914. Address, 
Madison Board of Commerce, Mad- 
ison, Wis. 

McMILLIN, John S.; Sigma Chi; ed. 
DePauw University, 1876; initiated 
by Xi chapter, 1872; consul of the 
chapter; mem. Seattle Alumni 
Chapter of Sigma Chi; national 
grand consul, 1882-1884; grand 
praetor of eighth province; dele- 
gate to many district conventions 
and to national conventions at 
Richmond, Va., 1874, Philadelphia, 
1876, Indianapolis, 1878;. lawyer; 
manufacturer; mem. Knights of Py- 
thias, Masons, Thirty-Second Degree, 
Knights Templars; m. Lonella Hiett. 
Address Roche Harbor, Mich. 

McNOBLE, George Francis; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. University of Cali- 
fornia, 1895; initiated by California 
Beta, Nov. 29, 1893; eminent archon 
of chapter; mem. University of Cali- 
fornia Alumni Association; founder 
of Beta chapter; lawyer and capital- 
ist; mem. I. O. O. F., F. & A. M., A. 
A. O. N. M. S.; m. Mary Carroll, May 



6, 1911. Address, office, 222 E. Main 
St., Stockton, Calif.; residence, 403 
W. Flora St., Stockton, Calif. 

McPHERSON, John Bruce; Sigma 
Chi; ed. Pennsylvania College, 1883; 
initiated by Theta chapter, Oct., 
1880; consul of the chapter; contrib- 
uted to the "Quarterly" of Sigma Chi; 
secretary of Boston Alumni Associa- 
tion; grand praetor of old first prov- 
ince; delegate to national conven- 
tions at Indianapolis, Ind., 1892, Ox- 
ford, O., 1897; m. Cornelia H. Wright, 
Sept. 8, 1897. Address, office, 6 Bea- 
con St., Boston, Mass.; residence, 42 
Garrison Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

McTURNAN, Clair; Sigma Chi; ed. 
Wabash College, 1910; initiated by 
Rho chapter, 1903; consul of the 
chapter; mem. Delta Chi; mem. In- 
dianapolis, Alumni Association of 
Sigma Chi; chairman fourth prov- 
ince and mem. spike committee, 1908- 
1909, president of Harvard group, 
1912, delegate to district conventions 
of fourth province, 1908, 1909, 1914, 
and to third province, 1913; delegate 
to national convention at Chicago, 
1909; one of two Sigma Chis found- 
ing Wabash chapter of Delta Chi and 
charter members; mem. of constitu- 
tional revision committee at Miami 
conventions of 1913; attorney at law. 
Address, 1106-8 Fletcher Savings and 
Trust Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. 

MEAD, Robert G.; president of the ex- 
ecutive committee of Kappa Alpha; 
ed. Williams College, 1893; initiated 
by Massachusetts Alpha chapter; 
lawyer. Address, 62 Cedar St., New 
York City. 



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MEEK, Walter J.; Alpha Tau Omega 
and Gamma Alpha; ed. University 
of Kansas, A. B., 1902, and Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, Ph. D., University 
of Chicago, 1909; initiated by Gam- 
ma Mu chapter of A. T. O. in 1901, 
charter member Wisconsin chapter 
of Gamma Alpha, 1910; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi (hon- 
orary); mem. University of Kansas 
Alumni Association; national treas- 
urer of Gamma Alpha, 1912 to date; 
delegate to national convention of 
Association and president of Boston 
same at Cleveland, 1912; associate 
professor of physiology, University 
of Wisconsin, and contributor to 
medical journals; mem. Masons; m. 
Crescence Ebersole, Dec. 26, 1906. 
Address, 2015 Chadbourne Ave., Mad- 
ison, Wis. 

MEHAFFY, James W.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. Arkansas University, 
1909; initiated by Arkansas Alpha 
Upsilon chapter, September, 1908; 
eminent archon of chapter; 
mem. Little Rock Alumni As- 
sociation; city attorney of Little 
Rock; mem. Masonic Lodge, 32nd 
degree, Shrine, Elks, Knights of Py- 
thias; m. Ara Mitchell, Sept. 6, 1911. 
Address, 715 State Bank Bldg., Little 
Rock, Ark. 

MEIER, Paul C.; supreme historian of 
Phi Alpha Delta; ed. at Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, 1901; initiated by Jo- 
seph Story chapter, October, 1899; 
justice of chapter; mem. Chicago 
Alumni chapter; delegate to nation- 
al conventions in 1900, 1901, 1902, 
1903; one of the organizers of Phi 
Alpha Delta; mem. National Coun- 



cil, 1902-03-04; acting recorder, 1902- 
03; acting national treasurer, 1903- 
04; supreme vice-justice, 1902; su- 
preme justice, 1905-06; permanent 
chairman of seventh convention; 
supreme historian since 1906; pub- 
lished third tri-ennial directory of 
the fraternity, 1913; author of His- 
tory of Phi Alpha Delta; mem. su- 
preme executive board since 1908; 
lawyer. Address, St. Croix Falls, 
Wis. 

M ELBO URN, Delia M.; national exten- 
sion chairman of Alpha Gamma Del- 
ta; ed. University of Minnesota, 
1911; initiated by Delta chapter, 
1908; Pan-Hellenic representative of 
chapter; mem. Minnesota Alumnae 
Association; principal Chatfield 
High School, teacher of Latin; mem. 
Sigma Tau, honorary senior society. 
Address, 2812 Irving Ave. S., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

M ELL US, Edward; former editor of 
"Record" of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
ed. at Harvard University, 1895; ini- 
tiated by Massachusetts Gamma 
chapter, May 25, 1893; eminent ar- 
chon of chapter; mem. Boston Alum- 
ni Association of S. A. E.; delegate 
to national conventions at Washing- 
ton, 1894 and 1902; Nashville, 1898; 
Boston, 1900; president of Province 
Alpha, 1895; editor of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon "Record," 1899-1901; phy- 
sician; m. Marion Heath, June 1, 
1909; mem. all masonic orders. Ad- 
dress, 419 Waverley Ave., Newton, 
Mass. 

MERRILL, Frank Johnston; Phi Kap- 
pa Psi; ed. University of Kansas, 



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169 



1907; initiated by Kansas Alpha; 
president of the chapter; mem. Kan- 
sas City Alumni Association ; archon 
of fifth district and delegate to dis- 
trict conventions of 1903, 1905, 1911 
and 1913; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908, 
1910, 1912, 1914; lawyer; mem. of 
Kansas Legislature, 1909. Address, 
Paola, Miami County, Kans. 

MERRILL, Thaddeus J.; mem. Beta 
Theta Pi and Phi Delta Phi; ed. 
Dartmouth College and University 
of Chicago, 1902; initiated by Alpha 
Omega chapter of Beta Theta Pi, 
1898, and affiliated with Lambda 
Rho chapter of Beta Theta Pi; pres- 
ident of latter chapter; delegate to 
district conventions and to national 
convention at Put-in-Bay, 1900; sec- 
retary of Aurora Alumni Associa- 
tion of Beta Theta Pi; attorney-at- 
law; m. Miss M. T. Willis, 1905. Ad- 
dress, 89 S. Highland Ave., Aurora, 
111. 

MESERVEY, Edwin C.; Phi Kappa 
Psi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi; 
ed. Kansas University, 1882; ini- 
tiated by Kansas Alpha, 1878; presi- 
dent of chapter; mem. Kansas Uni- 
versity and Washington Univer- 
sity Alumni Associations; plaintiff 
in case of Kappa Gamma House As- 
sociation versus the County Com- 
missioners of Douglas County, Kan- 
sas, involving the right to tax fra- 
ternities and sororities in Kansas 
colleges, Supreme Court decision sus- 
taining a law exempting them from 
taxation; lawyer, firm of Haff, Me- 
servey, German and Michaels, presi- 
dent of Board of Civil Service and 



Police Commission at different 
times; m. Bessie M. Harris, Aug. 18, 
1901. Address, 906 Commerce Bldg., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

METCALF, Albert West Jr.; eminent 
grand of Chi Zeta Chi; ed. Vander- 
bilt University, 1908; initiated by 
Theta chapter, 1905; eminent grand 
of chapter; editor-in-chief of Chi 
Zeta Chi "Medical Record," delegate 
to Atlanta national convention of 
1907; physician and surgeon, house 
genecologist, Lincoln Hospital, New 
York, 1908-1909; house surgeon So- 
ciety Lying-in Hospital, 1909-1910; 
resident physician, Nassau Hospi- 
tal; general practice, Mobile, Ala., 
1911, to date; dictator, Mobile 
Lodge No. 321 Loyal Order Moose; 
mem. Mobile Co. Medical Society, 
Southern Medical Association; m. 
Anne Porter Kolby, Sept. 11, 1913. 
Address, 125 Dauphin St., Mobile, 
Ala. 

METZLER, Hugo; Kappa Sigma; ed. 
Stanford University and University 
of Washington, 1907; initiated by 
Beta Zeta chapter, 1904, Beta Psi 
chapter, 1907; delegate to national 
convention at Lookout Mountain, 
Tenn., 1906; lawyer; mem. Phi Delta 
Phi. Address, 401 Bernice Bldg., 
Tacoma, Wash. 

MEYERS, Erwin A.; president of 
fourth province of Phi Delta Phi, 
mem. Acacia; ed. University of Wis- 
consin, 1913, A. B., LL. B.; initiated 
by Harlan chapter of Phi Delta Phi, 
1911, and president of the chapter, 
Lambda chapter of Acacia, 1912; 
mem. Delta Sigma Rho (honorary) ; 
contributed to Acacia "Journal" and 



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"Brief" of Phi Delta Phi; opposed 
anti-fraternity legislation in Wiscon- 
sin Legislature; mem. inter-frater- 
nity national council of professional 
fraternities; delegate to district con- 
vention of 1912 and national conven- 
tion of 1913, both of Phi Delta Phi; 
legislative bill draftsman of Wiscon- 
sin Legislature, 1913, now with Sen- 
ator La Follette, research and bill 
drafting; mem. Masons. Address, 
present, P. O. Box 40, U. S. Senate, 
Washington, D. C.; permanent ad- 
dress, Evansville, Wis. 

MICKEY, Evan Stanhope; Sigma Nu; 
ed. Cornell College, la., 1899; ini- 
tiated by Chi chapter, 1898; district 
vice-president of Sigma Nu; banker; 
son of late Governor John N. Mickey 
of Nebraska, cashier of Osceola 
bank, chief clerk to governor of Ne- 
braska, 1903 to 1907, state bank ex- 
aminer, 1907 to 1910, deputy state 
treasurer of Nebraska, 1911; mem. 
Masonic Order and O. E. S. Order; 
m. Jessie May Carson, 1902, grand- 
daughter ex-Governor Boies of Iowa. 
Address, Osceola, Nebr. 

MIDDLETON, Arthur E. H.; mem. 
alumni board of Phi Kappa Psi; ed. 
Columbian University, 1893; ini- 
tiated by District of Columbia Alpha, 
1891; president of chapter; vice- 
president of Washington (D. C.) 
Alumni Association for five years, 
president, 1908 to 1913; secretary 
New York grand arch council, 1894; 
mem. alumni association national 
board for eight years ; delegate to all 
district conventions from 1892 to 1914 
and to all national conventions from 
1892 to 1914; lawyer; mem. Loyal 



Legion, S. A. R., Order of Washing- 
ton; m. Nance Ames Ashely, 1910. 
Address, 223 A St., S. E., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

MILLAR, Leslie Walker; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, 1902; initiated by 
Mass. Iota Tau, Jan. 7, 1898; eminent 
archon of the chapter; contributed to 
the "Record"; mem. Chicago Alumni 
Alumni Association, and president of 
the Boston Alumni Association, 
1912-1914; Province Alpha treas- 
urer, then president; delegate to 
district conventions of 1899, 1901, 
1903, 1913; eminent supreme re- 
corder 1904, treasurer Building Fund 
Board of Mass. Iota Tau chapter; 
raising money for chapter house; 
delegate to national convention at 
Washington, 1902; mem. inter-frater- 
nity alumni council of Mass. In- 
stitute of Technology; mem. Jovian 
Order; sales engineer; m. Edna Mae 
Dunning, Nov. 17, 1904. Address, 212 
W. Illinois St., Chicago, 111. 

MILLBERRY, Guy Stlllman; Xi Psi 
Phi; ed. University of California, 
Dental Department, 1901; initiated 
by Iota chapter, Sept., 1899; mem. 
University of California and Uni- 
versity of California Delta School 
Alumni Association; first president 
of supreme chapter, 1901-1902; dele- 
gate to national convention at Buf- ! 
falo, 1901; dean and professor of 
chemistry, University of California; 
mem. N. D. A., Calif. State D. A., S. 
F. D. A., A. C. S. Address, 1043 Clay- 
ton Ave., San Francisco, Calif. 

MILLER, Ethelyn; associate editor of 
the Sigma Kappa Triangle; ed. Den- 



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ver University and Kansas Univer- 
sity, 1912; initiated by Iota chapter, 
Nov. 6, 1908, affiliated with Xi chap- 
ter; president of chapter; con- 
tributed songs and magazines to 
fraternity magazine; mem. Colorado 
Alumnae chapter of Sigma Kappa; 
chairman 39th annual convention and 
associate editor of "The Triangle," 
delegate to national conventions of 
1910 and 1913, proposed and carried 
through Inter-Fraternity session of 
Sigma Kappa's 39th convention, at- 
tended by representatives of other 
fraternities and sororities and non- 
Greek people, was first of its kind, 
Sigma Kappa contributor to Pan- 
Hellenic number of "The Crescent" of 
Gamma Phi Beta, toast-mistress at 
installation of Kansas chapter ; mem. 
Denver Woman's Pan-Hellenic Asso- 
ciation; club worker; mem. Young 
Ladies' Clio Club, delegate to State 
Federation of Women's Clubs, high 
scribe of American College Quill 
Club. Address, 416 Humboldt St., 
Denver, Colo. 

MILLER, H. Augustus Jr.; chief alum- 
nus and songbook editor of Kappa 
Alpha Southern; mem. Phi Kappa 
Phi (honorary) ; ed. Delaware Col- 
lege, 1908; initiated by Beta Epsilon 
chapter, 1905; I of chapter, contrib- 
uted many articles and poems for 
"Journal" of Kappa Alpha; secretary 
Boston and Baltimore Alumni chap- 
ter: mem. Delaware Alumni Asso- 
ciation ; associate editor of "Journal," 
compiled and edited "The Songs of 
Kappa Alpha," 1913; attended Ocean 
View, Va., national convention, and 
also New Orleans convention; teach- 



er of English; attended Harvard 
Graduate School, assistant instructor 
Delaware College, 1908, St. Paul's 
School for Boys, 1909-1911, Baltimore, 
Md., Millersburg Military Institute, 
Millersburg, Ky., 1912-1914, Peters- 
burg High School, Petersburg, Va., 
1914; m. Marguerite K. Lohmeyer, 
Aug. 21, 1913. Address, 1501 Rodney 
St., Wilmington, Delaware. 

MILLER, Harriet Lucretia Funck; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; ed. University 
of Wooster, 1891; initiated by Epsi- 
lon chapter, Feb., 1890; president of 
the chapter; instituted Alpha Gam- 
ma chapter at Columbus, Ohio, 1892; 
president of Beta district, 1893-1894; 
grand president, 1895-1897; delegate 
to national conventions at Syracuse, 
N. Y., 1895, and Madison, Wis., 1897; 
teacher of Latin and Greek, Wooster 
High School, 1892-1897; m. Fred J. 
Miller, Beta Theta Pi, Nov. 18, 1897. 
Address, 111 W. Broad St., Cuyahoga 
Falls, Ohio. 

MILLER, Hugh Thomas; former na- 
tional president Phi Delta Theta; 
mem. Tau Kappa Alpha fraternity; 
ed. at Butler College, 1888; initiated 
by Indiana Gamma chapter, 1884; 
delegate to national conventions, 
1891-1912; mem. Columbus, Indiana 
Alumni Association; secretary gen- 
eral council, 1889-1894; president 
general council, 1894-96; editor of 
the "Scroll" of Phi Delta Theta, 
1896-1902; vice-president Irving 
Bank; vice-president Union Stock 
and Refining Co.; lieut-governor of 
Indiana, 1905-1908; m. Nettie Swee- 



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ney, Dec. 26, 1900. Address, 608 
Fifth St., Columbus, Ind. 

MILLER, Newman; national presi- 
dent of Sigma Chi; ed. at Albion 
College, Albion, Michigan, 1893; in- 
itiated by Alpha Pi chapter, Apr. 19, 
1893; consul of chapter; mem. Chi- 
cago Alumni Association; delegate to 
national conventions; grand annota- 
tor, 1895-97; grand editor, 1897-1913; 
mem. board of grand triumvirs; 
mem. and chairman of executive 
committee; praetor fifth province, 
1894-95; publisher; Mason; director 
of the University of Chicago Press. 
Address, 5515 Woodlawn Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

MILLER, William O.; editor of the 
"Quarterly" of Delta Upsilon; mem. 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1904; initiated by 
Penn. chapter of Delta Upsilon, 1901; 
president of the chapter; contrib- 
uted to fraternity magazine and to 
Banta's Greek Exchange; mem. 
Pennsylvania Alumni Association; 
district president; mem. national 
executive council; delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1903, 1910, 1911; 
originator of editor's dinner at In- 
ter-Fraternity Conference; bursar of 
the University of Pennsylvania; 
mem. Sphinx, a senior society; m. 
Grace Twombly, Gamma Phi Beta, 
of Denver, Colo., Sept. 16, 1907. Ad- 
dress, 5002 Larchwood Ave. Office, 
102 College Hall, University of Penn., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

MILLS, Alfred Keister; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. Denver University, 



'02; Lebanon Valley College, 1904, 
Yale University, 1905; initiated by 
Colorado Zeta, May 25, 1889; con- 
tributed to song book; mem. Kar- 
risburg, Pa., Alumni Association; vis- 
itor at Atlantic City National con- 
vention; deputy prothonotary Leba- 
non County, Pa., active in politics, 
lodge and church affairs; mem. Ma- 
sonic Order, Odd Fellows, P. O. S. A. 
of A., etc.; m. Edith Catherine 
Frantz, Dec. 27, 1911. Address, Ann- 
ville, Pa. 

MILLS, Allen G.; district grand master 
of Kappa Sigma; ed. University of 
Michigan, 1894; initiated by Alpha 
Zeta chapter, 1892; grand master of 
the chapter; mem. Chicago Alumni 
Association; presiding officer at dis- 
trict conventions; delegate to na- 
tional conventions as officer; dele- 
gate to Chicago Greek Conference of 
1913; attorney and counselor; mem. 
Masons, all degrees; m. Clara M. 
McOmber. Address, 532 Monadnock 
Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

MILLS, H. Brooker; senior grand mas- 
ter of Omega Upsilon Phi; ed. Med- 
ico-Chirurgical College of Philadel- 
phia; initiated by Upsilon chapter, 
honorary mem.; mem. Medico-Chir- 
urgical College Alumni Association 
and Philadelphia Alumni Associa- 
tion of Omega Upsilon Phi; physi- 
cian, and assistant professor of ped- 
iatrics at Medico-Chirurgical College. 
Address, 1411 Spruce St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

MINOR, Dabney, M. D.; supreme his- 
torian, Chi Zeta Chi, Sigma Nu; ed 
Vanderbilt University, 1910; initi- 



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ated by Theta chapter of Chi Zeta 
Chi, Oct., 1906, and Sigma chapter 
of Sigma Nu; treasurer, 1906-1909; 
president of chapter of Chi Zeta Chi; 
1909-1910, mem. Sigma Nu Alumni 
Association; national offices in Chi 
Zeta Chi; district chief, 1909, for 
Ala., Ky., Tenn., and Ark.; editor 
"Record," 1910-1914; and supreme 
historian, 1912-1916; revised constitu- 
tion, and secretary of Extension 
Fund, delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1909 at Nashville, Tenn., 

1911, Richmond, Va., 1913, Augusta, 
Ga.; and district convention at 
Knoxville, Tenn., 1913; physician; 
m. Mary Harrison, June 19, 1912. 
Address, 1106 16th Ave., S. Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Ml NOT, John Clalr; member of na- 
tional council and editor of Delta 
Kappa Epsilon "Quarterly"; ed. at 
Bowdoin College, 1896; initiated by 
Theta chapter, 1892; presiding offi- 
cer of chapter; delegate to national 
convention of Syracuse, N. Y., 1895; 
associate editor of "The Youth's Com- 
panion," Boston, Mass.; mem. Ma- 
sonic Lodge; m. Marion Bowman, 

1912. Address, 201 Columbus Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

MITCHELL, Clifford, M. D.; Phi Alpha 
Gamma; ed. Harvard University, 
1875; Hahnemann Medical College, 
1905; initiated by Eta Lambda chap- 
ter, 1904, honorary mem.; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa, Alpha chapter; presi- 
dent of Phi Alpha Gamma Alumni 
Chapter, 1912; associate editor of 
Phi Alpha Gamma "Quarterly"; phy- 
sician, specialist in diseases of the 



kidneys; m. Sarah C. Dorland, June 
24, 1912. Address, 25 E. Washington 
St., Chicago, 111. 

MITCHELL, Samuel Alfred; past dis- 
trict grand master of Kappa Sigma; 
ed. University of Arkansas 1903, and 
University of Michigan, 1906; initi- 
ated by Xi chapter, 1899, and affili- 
ated with Alpha Zeta chapter; grand 
master of the chapter; president of 
St. Louis Alumni Association 1908, 
1909, 1910; delegate to national con- 
ventions at New Orleans, 1902; St. 
Louis, 1904; Denver, 1908; lawyer; 
mem. Masons; m. Ruth Young, June 
14, 1910. Address, office, 74 Locust 
St.; residence, 5564 Von Versen 
Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

MIXSON, Lawrence Harry; past grand 
president of Pi Kappa Phi; ed. Col- 
lege of Charleston, 1907; initiated 
by South Carolina Alpha, Dec. 10, 
1904; charter member and founder; 
contributed to fraternity magazine; 
mem. Charleston Alumni Chapter; 
national offices held: historian, sec- 
retary, president; wrote all rituals 
used; wholesale feed business; mem. 
all Masonic orders including Knights 
Templars and the Shrine; m. Eliza- 
beth Howell McCarthy, Feb. 6, 1904. 
Address, 129 Ashley Ave., Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

MOCK, Harry Edgar; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha 
Omega Alpha; ed. Franklin College 
and University of Chicago, 1904; 
initiated by Indiana Alpha, 1900, af- 
filiated with Illinois Theta; eminent 
correspondent of chapter; mem. Chi- 



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cago Alumni Association; one of 
founders of Illinois Theta chapter; 
delegate to province convention at 
Champaign, 111., 1902; attended na- 
tional convention at Chicago, 1914; 
advocate of regular physical exami- 
nations of active members; physi- 
cian and surgeon; m. Golda Taylor, 
1908. Address, 3532 W. Adams St., 
Chicago, 111. 

MOCK, Lucy Byrd; founder of Chi 
chapter of Chi Omega; ed. Univer- 
sity of Arkansas, 1905, M. A.; initi- 
ated by Psi chapter, 1897; G. T. B. 
of chapter; contributed to fraternity 
magazine and wrote one song; mem. 
Psi Alumnae Association; S. G. T. B 
of sorority; appointed toast mistress 
at national convention at Lexing- 
ton, Ky., 1910, but could not attend; 
originated fraternity postal cards; 
founder of Chi chapter, second 
established chapter; writer, author 
and publisher, expert advertiser; in- 
vited to exhibit books at Interna- 
tional Book Exhibition at Leipsic, 
Germany. Address, Sign of the 
Mocking Bird, Fayetteville, Ark. 

MOLLESON, Stanley Holcomb; na- 
tional treasurer 1914 of Delta Upsi- 
lon; mem. Phi Delta Phi; ed. New 
York University, 1900; initiated by 
New York chapter of Delta 
Upsilon, 1897; president of the 
chapter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
president of the Alumni chapter of 
New York University; national 
treasurer; lawyer. Address, office, 
42 Broadway; residence, 227 W. 
131st St., New York City. 

MOLONY, William Richard; district 



chief of Pacific district of Phi Rho 
Sigma; ed. Los Angeles Department 
of University of California, 1901; 
initiated by Delta chapter, 1899; 
mem. Los Angeles Alumni chapter; 
associate editor of the "Journal of 
Phi Rho Sigma;" mem. medical 
board of examiners of California; 
professor of anatomy, dental depart- 
ment University of Southern Cali- 
fornia; m. Leona Egerer, 1897. Ad- 
dress, 506 Exchange Bldg., Los An- 
geles, Calif. 

MONIER, Roy H.; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; ed. Northwestern University, 
1904; initiated by Illinois Psi Omega, 
1901; eminent archon of chapter; 
mem. Carrollton, Mo., Alumni Asso- 
ciation; president of Province Zeta; 
delegate to province conventions 
Province Delta, 1904, and Provin< 
Zeta, 1910; chairman song book com- 
mittee; called Pan-Hellenic Confer- 
ence of Middle West at Kansas City 
in 1909; occupation, real estate and 
loans; mem. Masonic Order and 
Knights of Pythias; m. Lucy Derick- 
son, 1905. Address, Carrollton, Mo. 

MONIER, Will R., Jr.; Phi Delta Thet? 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. Vanderbilt Uni 
versity, A. B. 1905, and LL. B. 1908; 
initiated by Tennessee Alpha of PI 
Delta Theta, September, 1901; anc 
president of the chapter and by Ma- 
lone chapter of Phi Delta Phi, Janu- 
ary, 1907; president of Province 
Gamma of Phi Delta Theta since 
1909; delegate to southern conven- 
tions of Phi Delta Theta at Birming- 
ham, Nashville, Atlanta; delegate to 
national conventions of Phi Delta 
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Chicago, 1912; lawyer; mem. firm of 
Monier, Bryon and Cronch ; mem. Ma- 
sons and Elks. Address, Noll Block, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

MONNETTE, Orra Eugene; mem. 
Alumni Association Board from fifth 
district of Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta 
Kappa; ed. at Ohio Wesleyan Col- 
lege, 1895; initiated by Ohio Alpha 
chapter, April 12, 1891; highest pre- 
siding officer of chapter; compiled 
and published many articles in the 
"Shield" of Phi Kappa Phi; organ- 
ized the Bucyrus, Ohio Alumni Asso- 
ciation, helped organize and was a 
member of the Toledo, Ohio, Alumni 
Association, organized and is a mem- 
ber of the Los Angeles Alumni Asso- 
ciation; delegate to several district 
conventions; district archon one 
term and under-graduate member of 
Executive Council one term; nation- 
al secretary four terms, 1898 to 1906; 
national president, 1912 to 1914; 
delegate to all national conventions 
since 1892, except one; assisted in 
writing constitution, ritual and fra- 
ternity history; mem. Inter-Frater- 
nity Council in under-graduate days; 
president of the Citizens' Trust and 
Savings Bank, Los Angeles, Cal.; di- 
rector of the Citizens' National 
Bank; previous to 1912 was engaged 
in law practice in Bucyrus and To- 
ledo, O., and Los Angeles, Cal. ; inter- 
ested in genealogical research and 
compilation; 1911 published the Mon- 
net Family Genealogy; mem. Thir- 
ty-second degree Mason, Scottish 
Rite and Knights Templars, Shrine, 
Sons of the Revolution, Sons of the 
American Revolution, Huguenot So- 



ciety of America, Society of May- 
flower Descendants, Society of Co- 
lonial Wars, Order of Founders and 
Patriots, Order of Washington; m. 
Carrie Lucile Janeway, Nov. 6, 1895. 
Address, 308-10 S. Broadway, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

MOODY, Reuben Earle; assistant ed- 
itor of the "Star and Lamp" of Pi 
Kappa Phi; ed. Wofford College, S. 
C., 1912; initiated by Zeta chapter, 
April, 1912; archon of chapter; dele- 
gate to two national conventions; 
served on ritual committee at na- 
tional convention; mem. College 
Pan-Hellenic Council; teacher, su- 
perintendent McCormick Public 
Schools; mem. Masonic Lodge, 
Knights of Pythias; m. Annie Lee 
Fulton, June 16, 1914. Address, Box 
105, McCormick, S. C. 

MOON, Charles M.; national secretary 
of Gamma Eta Gamma; ed. Cornell 
University, 1910; president of the 
chapter; mem. Sigma Lambda Nu; 
mem. Epsilon Alumni chapter; mem. 
of national curia and high recorder; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1909, 1910, 1911; attorney and coun- 
selor at law; mem. Masons and Elks; 
chapter, commander, council and 
shrine. Address, 623 Powers Bldg., 
Rochester, N. Y. 

MOORE, Helene; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma and Theta Sigma Phi; ed. Uni- 
versity of Washington; initiated by 
Beta Pi chapter of Kappa Kappa 
Gamma, February, 1912; mem. se- 
nior honor society; grand president 
of Theta Sigma Phi; national hon- 
orary journalistic society; special 



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work in college journalism. Address, 
160 37th St., N., Seattle, Wash. 

MOORE, Lewis E.; past national presi- 
dent of Tau Beta Pi; ed. University 
of Wisconsin, 1900; initiated by Wis- 
consin Alpha, 1899; recording secre- 
tary of the chapter; former national 
president, vice-president, counselor 
and mem. of executive council; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1909, 
1910, 1912; mem. Wisconsin and 
Massachusetts Institute of Technol- 
ogy Alumni Associations of Tau 
Beta Pi; bridge and signal engineer, 
Massachusetts Public Service Com- 
mission; taught mechanics and 
structural engineering at Universities 
of Illinois, Wisconsin and Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology for ten 
and a half years, practiced as con- 
sulting engineer while teaching in 
Boston, designed and built several 
bridges; mem. Western Society of 
Engineers, Boston Society of Civil 
Engineers, Society for Promotion of 
Engineering Education, associated 
mem. of American Society of Civil 
Engineers; author of Designing of 
Plate Girders; mem. Masons; m. 
Rowena Grace Karns, 1903. Address,. 
85 Washington Park, Newtonville, 
Mass. 

MOORE, Louis Longstreth; grand 
sage (national president) of Sigma 
Pi; ed. Temple University, 1901; in- 
itiated by Kappa chapter, charter 
alumni member; president of chap- 
ter; contributed to fraternity maga- 
zine and wrote song; national offices 
held: grand fourth counselor, secre- 
tary; editor-in-chief of the "Emer- 
ald" of Sigma Pi; codified constitu- 



tion and by-laws and designed new 
charter; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Columbus, O., 1912; delegate 
to Inter-Fraternity Conference of 
1912-1913 and 1914; assistant sales 
manager of the United Gas Improve- 
ment Co. for eight years, construct- 
ing and operating engineer of same; 
m. Claire Louise Weiss, April 15, 
1903. Address, Room 918, U. G. I. 
Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

MORGAN, Carrie Emily; business man- 
ager of "Crescent" of Gamma Phi 
Beta; ed. University of Wisconsin, 
1886; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
1885; president of chapter; mem. A. 
C. A. and Wisconsin Alumni Associa- 
tion of Gamma Phi Beta and Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate to Syracuse national 
convention of 1908 and Boston, 1911; 
wrote "The Sorority Situation at Wis- 
consin" for the "Greek Exchange"; 
superintendent of schools; mem. Clio 
Club, secretary of the Board of Edu- 
cation, secretary of the Public Li- 
brary Board, president N. E. Library 
Association, vice-president Fox River 
Branch, A. C. A.; mem. Industrial 
School Board, secretary Visiting 
Nurse Association, 1910, 1914; mem. 
standing committee to investigate 
sorority conditions at the University 
of Wisconsin. Address, 777 Harris 
St., Appleton, Wis. 

MOUNT, Winifred Van Buskirk; Alpha 
Chi Omega; ed. New England Con- 
servatory of Music, 1905; initiated 
by Zeta chapter, April, 1904; presi- 
dent of the chapter; mem. Epsilon 
Epsilon Alumnae chapter at Detroit 
National treasurer, 1909-1911; 



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sisted at installation of Sigma and 
Tau chapters; m. Alfred L. Mount, 
Dec. 25, 1907. Address, 1001 20th 
St., Logansport, Ind. 

MULLAN, Helen St. Clair; a founder 
Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. Barnard Col- 
lege, Columbia University, 1898; 
LL. B. New York University, 1901; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, Jan. 2, 
1897; mem.. N. Y. Delta of Phi 
Beta Kappa; mem. New York Alum- 
nae chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi; 
affiliated with Nu chapter at New 
York University; grand correspond- 
ing secretary and grand president; 
delegate to all national conventions; 
lawyer, admitted to N. Y. Bar, June, 
1901; not practicing now; chairman 
local school board, district 25, New 
York City; m. George Vincent Mul- 
lan, June 28, 1899. Address, Uni- 
versity Heights, New York City. 

MULLENDORE, William Clinton; 
Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Alpha Delta; 
ed. University of Michigan, 1904; 
initiated by Theta chapter, May, 
1912; president of chapter, chapter 
correspondent two years; inter-fra- 
ternity delegate two years; presi- 
dent 1913-1914; associate editor of 
the "Tomahawk" of Alpha Sigma 
Phi; delegate to 1913 national con- 
vention at New York City; student. 
Address, 1315 Hill St., Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

MULLIN, Katherine Tobln (Mrs. How- 
ard B.) ; editor of the "Key" of Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma; ed. Adelphi 
College, 1905; initiated by Beta 
Sigma chapter, 1905; wrote several 
songs for sorority; exchange editor 



of the "Key" for 4 years, then 
editor-in-chief; delegate to National 
Pan-Hellenic Congress, October, 
1914; m. Howard B. Mullin, Beta 
Theta Pi, 1908. Address, 62 Van 
Buren St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

MULLINS, Marion Day; national treas- 
urer of Kappa Delta; ed. at Tunston 
Hall and University of Texas, 1912; 
initiated by Sigma chapter, Nov. 18, 
1911; secretary of chapter; chapter 
correspondent, 1912-13; delegate to 
Richmond national convention, 1913; 
elected national treasurer of the 
sorority. Address, 1424 Cooper St., 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 

MUNN, John Pixley; Delta Kappa Ep- 
silon; ed. University of Rochester, 
1870; initiated by Beta Phi, 1865; 
mem. New York City Alumni Asso- 
ciation; mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon 
National council; physician; m. 
Martha Buell Plum, Apr. 21, 1881. 
Address, 18 W. 58th St., New York 
City. 

MURRILL, Paul Ingold; Kappa Alpha, 
Southern; ed. Kentucky State Uni- 
versity, 1895; initiated by Theta 
chapter, April, 1893; presiding of- 
ficer of the chapter; mem. New York 
Alumni Association; organizer of S. 
Z. Ammen Province, 1912; chief 
alumnus, 1900-1903; mem. council 
of honor, editor of general catalogue, 
1900; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1893, 1897, 1899; mem. of 
commission to revise constitution, 
1904; research chemist, U. S. Rub- 
ber Co.; mem. Masons, Knights 
Templars and Thirty-Second degree, 
A. A. S. R.; m. Louise Faig, 1906. 



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Address, 256 W. 73rd St., New Yorh 
City. 

MUSGRAVE, Wayne Montgomery; 
grand junior president of Alpha 
Sigma Phi; mem. Acacia; ed. Yale, 
Harvard and Columbia Universities; 
initiated by Alpha and Beta of 
Alpha Sigma Phi and Yale and John 
Harvard chapters of Acacia; Mar 
27, 1907, in Alpha Sigma Phi and 
Jan. 5, 1909, in Acacia; president 
two terms of Yale chapter and treas- 
urer of Harvard chapter; mem. New 
York Alumni Associations of Alpha 
Sigma Phi and Acacia; contributed 
to Acacia "Journal"; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of Alpha Sigma 
Phi in 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1912, 
1913; delegate to 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 
5th Inter-Fraternity Conferences ; 
lawyer, practicing in New York, 
Connecticut and Massachusetts; 
mem. Masons. Address, 51 Cham- 
bers St., New York City. 

MYERS, Herbert M.; president the 
Sigma Chi Chapter House Com- 
pany; ed. Ohio State University, 
1905-1907; initiated by Alpha Gam- 
ma chapter, Apr. 29, 1904; consul of 
chapter; contributed several biog- 
raphies to the Sigma Chi Quarter- 
ly; mem. Columbus Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate to district convention 
of 1906 at Columbus; chairman of 
the Ohio legislative committee of 
fraternity alumni; delegate to na- 
tional convention, Jamestown, 1907; 
lawyer; mem. Elks, Modern Wood- 
men of America; m. Virginia Wise 
Mapp, Oct. 25, 1911. Address, 45 
Winner Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 



MYERS, Louis W.; Sigma Chi, Phi 
Delta Phi; ed. University of Wis- 
consin, B. L., 1893, LL. B., 1895; 
initiated by Alpha Lambda chapter 
of Sigma Chi, 1889, and Harlan 
chapter of Phi Delta Phi, 1894; con- 
sul of both chapters; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa, 1912; mem. University of 
Wisconsin Alumni Association and 
Sigma Chi Alumni Association; 
grand praetor of fififth province of 
Sigma Chi; delegate to national 
conventions of Sigma Chi, 1894; 
judge of the superior court of Cali- 
fornia for Los Angeles County; m, 
Blanche Brown, 1901. Address, 
5327 Lemon Grove Ave., Los An- 
geles, Calif. 

MYERS, Marguerite Springs; Kappa 
Delta; ed. St. Mary's College, Ra- 
leigh, N. C., and Gunston Hall, Wash- 
ington, D. C., 1906; initiated by Phi 
Delta .chapter, November, 1904; af- 
filiated with Sigma chapter; con- 
tributed to magazine; mem. Chi. 
Alumni Association; business man- 
ager of the "Angelos" of Kappa Del- 
ta, 1908-1909; assistant national 
scribe, 1907; delegate to national 
convention at Columbia, S. C., 1906, 
Washington, D. C., 1908; taught 
school, 1908-1912; m. Richard Austin 
Myers, Jan. 29, 1913. Address, 804 
East Ave., Charlotte, N. C. 

MYERS, Qulncy Alden; Sigma Chi; 
ed. Butler College, and Dartmouth, 
1875; initiated by Rho chapter, 
1871; mem. Indianapolis Alumni 
Association; left Butler College in 
sophomore year and joined the now , 
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at Dartmouth College; judge of the 
Supreme Court of Indiana; mem. 
Knights Templars, Masons and Elks; 
m. Jessie D. Cornelius, Mar. 3, 1886. 
Address, 69 State House, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

MYERS, Walter Edward; treasurer of 
incorporated local chapter of Sigma 
Nu for twelve years; ed. Mt. Union 
College, 1899; initiated by Beta Iota 
chapter, April, 1896; eminent com- 
mander of chapter; mem. Cleveland 
Alumni Association; delegate to dis- 
trict convention of 1906; chairman 
of national extension committee four 
years; chairman of jurisprudence 
committee in 1914; codified frater- 
nity law; delegate from Cleveland 
Lumni Association to national con- 
itions of 1912 and 1914; attorney, 
mi. firm of Myers, Green and 
jary; mem. Masonic Lodge, Royal 
'canum, etc.; m. Etta May Salmon, 
Apr. 23, 1904. Address, office, 719-722 
Society for Savings Bldg., residence, 
122 Elberon Ave., Cleveland, O. 

MYTINGER, George Sylvester, M. D.; 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Kappa 
Kappa; ed. Ohio Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, 1901, M. D. Miami Medical 
College, 1904; initiated by Ohio Delta 
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sept. 23, 
1898, and Omicron chapter of Alpha 
Kappa Kappa, Oct. 28, 1901; presi- 
dent of chapter in A. K. K.; con- 
tributed to "Centaur" of A. K. K. and 
the "Record" and "Phi Alpha" of S. 
A. E.; exchange editor of "Centaur" 
of A. K. K.; helped found Rho, Tau 
Phi, Chi, Omicron and Omega chap- 
ters of A. K. K. ; mem. of committee 
which, re.vised the constitution of A. 




K. K., also the by-laws in 1906; mem. 
arrangements committee for Cincin- 
nati convention of A. K. K., 1904; 
designer of coat of arms; compiled 
and published first authoritative sta- 
tistics of medical fraternities in 
"Centaur" of A. K. K.; delegate to 
Minneapolis convention of A. K. K., 
1903; founder and first president of 
Southern Ohio Pan-Hellenic Associa- 
tion; oculist and aurist; resident 
physician, Cincinnati hospital, 1904- 
1906; formerly lecturer in embryol- 
ogy and clinical lecturer in medicine 
at Miami Medical College; mem. Ma- 
sons, Knights of Pythias and Elks; 
m. Rachel Keiser, Oct. 30, 1907. Ad- 
dress, First National Bank Bldg., 
Portsmouth, Ohio. 

N 

NACHTRIEB, Margaret; Gamma Phi 
Beta, Phi Beta Kappa; ed. Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, 1913; initiated by 
Kappa chapter, October, 1909; chap- 
ter correspondent, 1910-1911; life 
mem. General Alumni Association of 
Minnesota, Minnesota University 
Alumnae Association, Gamma Phi 
Beta Alumnae Association, A. C. A.; 
delegate to national convention at 
Boston, November, 1911; alumnae 
correspondent to "Crescent" of 
Gamma Phi Beta; delegate to local 
Pan-Hellenic Congress, 1911-1913; 
graduate student and scholar in De- 
partment of Rhetoric, 1913-1916; 
secretary of College Woman's Club 
of Minneapolis, 1914-1915; mem. 
Thalian Literary Society, Quill (Uni- 
versity dramatic club). Address, 905 
6th St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 



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NAFIS, MabeF Siller (Mrs. Louis F.); 
Alpha Chi Omega; ed. Northwestern 
University, 1901; initiated by Gam- 
ma chapter, 1895; president of chap- 
ter; contributed to "Lyre" of Alpha 
Chi Omega and wrote several songs; 
mem. Chicago Alumnae Association; 
president, 1906-1913; grand secre 
tary, 1900-1902, grand historian, 1905- 
1910, author of Alpha Chi Omega 
History, 1911; delegate to nationa 
conventions of 1897, 1902, 1906, 1908 
1910; installed chapters at Universi- 
ties of Colorado and Nebraska; com 
piled sorority directory, 1908; dele- 
gate to National Pan-Hellenic Con- 
gress, 1903 and 1913 as deputy chair- 
man; delegate from National Pan- 
Hellenic Congress to Conference of 
Deans of State Universities at Chi- 
cago, Dec. 17, 1913; wrote report of 
it for "Pan-Hellenic Bulletin"; dep- 
uty chairman National Pan-Hellenic 
Congress, 1913-1914; prior to mar 
riage was assistant registrar, College 
of Engineering, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1909-1913; taught in Morris, 
111., High School, 1903-1904; had 
charge of academic department 
school for girls in Chicago, 1904- 
1908; m. Louis Firth Nafis, Aug. 16, 
1913. Address, 912 Elmwood Ave., 
Evanston, 111. 

NANCE, Theodore Layman; Sigma Chi; 
ed. De Pauw University, 1903; initi- 
ated by Xi chapter, 1899; consul of 
the chapter; mem. Kappa Tau Kap- 
pa, senior society, Skulls, inter-fra- 
ternity society; mem. Harvard Group 
and Boston Alumni Association; 
president of latter; delegate to dis- 
trict convention at Boston, 1910, and 



to national convention at Buffalo, 
1901. Address, 50 Congress St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

NASH, Clara Marie Heller (Mrs. Hen- 
ry Raymond); grand treasurer of 
Eta Upsilon Gamma; ed. Forrest 
Park University, St. Louis, Mo.; in- 
itiated by Delta chapter; m. Henry 
Raymond Nash, Oct. 15, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 2204 South Hoover, Los An- 
geles, Calif. 

NATE, Rev. Joseph C.; past grand con- 
sul of Sigma Chi; ed. Illinois Wes- 
leyan University, 1890; initiated by 
Alpha Iota chapter, 1885; consul of 
chapter; contributor to Sigma Chi 
"Quarterly" since 1885; mem. Chi- 
cago and Bloomington, 111., Alumni 
Associations; delegate to first dis- 
trict convention held by Sigma Chi; 
national offices held: grand quaestor 
1890-1899, grand consul 1899-1901, 
grand trustee 1903-1909; editor-in- 
charge of a history of Sigma Chi 
since 1909; delegate to all national 
conventions from 1888 to 1915; dele- 
gate to the Pan-Hellenic Association 
of New York; clergyman of Metho- 
dist Episcopal church; mem. Ma- 
sonic Order, I. O. O. F. and Knights 
of Pythias; m. Miss Ruth E. Evans, 
Nov. 12, 1892. Address, 411 Peoples 
Bank Bldg., Bloomington, 111. 

NEEDHAM, Delos J.; Beta Theta Pi, 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. University of 
Washington, A. B. 1907, LL. B. 19( 
initiated by Beta Omega chapter 
Beta Theta Pi, Feb. 11, 1905; cor- 
responding secretary of chapter; 
delegate to 1907 national conven- 
tion of Beta Theta Pi; lawyer; mem. 



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Masons and Elks. Address, Lewis- 
ton, Idaho. 

NEFF, Elizabeth Price; founded Delta 
chapter of Alpha Chi Omega; ed. 
DePauw University, 1891; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, 1888; mem. Beta 
Beta Alumni chapter; installed 
chapter at Allegheny College; m. I. 
B. Neff, Phi Delta Theta, 1893. Ad- 
dress, 5819 Blackstoaie Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

NELSON, Norman; Phi Delta Theta; 
ed. University of Minnesota, 1910; 
initiated by Minnesota Alpha, 1906; 
president of chapter; mem. Twin 
City Alumni Association; delegate 
to national convention at Niagara 
Falls, 1910; alumni representative 
at Inter-Fraternity Council of Min- 
nesota; business, investment bonds; 
m. Blanche Woods, 1911. Address, 
White, Grubbs & Co., State Sav- 
ings Bank Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. 

NETTELS, Edward Carleton; former 
national president of Delta Chi; 
Chicago Kent College of Law, 1900; 
initiated by Chicago Kent chapter; 
mem. Chicago Alumni Association 
of Delta Chi; national treasurer, 
1900-1905; national president, 1905; 
delegate to conventions, 1900-1905; 
contributor to Delta Chi "Quarter- 
ly"; one of originators and first 
business manager of "Quarterly"; 
traffic manager Postum Cereal Co., 
limited; mem. Masonic order, 32nd 
degree, Knights Templars; m. Oral 
Mae Chipps, 1895. Address, Postum 
Cereal Co., Battle Creek, Mich. 

NEWBOLD, Helen; treasurer of execu- 
tive board of Gamma Phi Beta; ed. 



Barnard College, A. B. 1909, Colum- 
bia University, A. M. 1911; initiated 
by Iota chapter, February, 1906; 
president of the chapter; mem. Bar- 
nard Alumnae Club and New York 
Alumnae Club of Gamma Phi Beta. 
Address, 508 W. 113th St., New 
York City. 

NEWTON, Clarence Lucien; Beta 
Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi; ed. Wes- 
leyan University, 1902; initiated by 
Mu Epsilon chapter of Beta Theta 
Pi, October, 1899; president of the 
chapter; mem. New England Alumni 
Association and Beta Club of Bos- 
ton; trustee, 1910; secretary of New 
England Association, 1903-1906; 
president, 1906-1910; president of 
Boston Beta Club, 1910-1913; dele- 
gate to district convention of 1902; 
lawyer; lecturer at Boston Evening 
Law School of corporations and 
wills; mem. Masons; m. Alice Mc- 
Lennan, June 8, 1909. Address, 60 
State St., Boston, Mass. 

NICHOLAS, Mattie Holliday Craighill 
(Mrs. H. T.) ; editor of the "Eleusis" 
of Chi Omega; ed. Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College, 1903; initiated by 
Sigma chapter, 1899; president of 
chapter; wrote Founders Day song 
for Chi Omega; mem. Lynchburg 
Alumni Association; mem. grand 
council; delegate to St. Louis na- 
tional convention of 1909; edited 
"Manual and Constitution and 
Ritual" of Chi Omega; instructor in 
psychology and pedagogy at Ran- 
dolph-Macon Woman's College, in- 
structor in English, Lynchburg 
High School; m. Harrison T. Nich- 



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olas, 1909. Address, 2000 Fort Ave., 
Lynchburg, Va. 

WCKELL, Lloyd Francis; vice-grand 
master alchemist of Alpha Chi 
Sigma; mem. Phi Lambda Upsilon 
and Gamma Alpha; ed. University 
of Illinois, 1909; initiated by Zeta 
chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma, 1908; 
mem. St. Louis Alumni chapter of 
Alpha Chi Sigma; delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1914; assistant 
professor of chemistry, Washington 
University, St. Louis, Mo. Address, 
Washington University, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

NICKERSON, Anna Robinson; presi- 
dent of Alpha Province of Pi Beta 
Phi; ed. Boston University, 1901; 
initiated by Mass. Alpha chapter, 
November, 1899; president of the 
chapter; contributed to magazine; 
president of Boston Alumnae Club 
of Pi Beta Phi, 1904-1907; province 
president, 1908-1915; delegate to dis- 
trict convention of 1911; delegate to 
national convention of 1910 and 
1912; m. David Damon Nickerson, 
Oct. 3, 1905. Address, 74 Rockland 
Ave., Maiden, Mass. 

N1LES, Charles Frederick Mather; 
Phi Kappa Psi; ed. Wooster Univer- 
sity M. A., 1882; initiated by Ohio 
Gamma, 1878; president, treasurer 
and secretary of chapter; contrib- 
uted songs to Phi Kappa Psi and 
articles to fraternity magazine; 
mem. Toledo, O., Alumni Associa- 
tion delegate to many district con 
ventions; national president and 
treasurer of the' fraternity; helped 
write History of Phi Kappa Psi; 



delegate to ten national conven- 
tions; president of the Security Sav- 
ings Bank and Trust Co.; also at- 
torney; mem. all Masonic bodies, 
Thirty-Second Degree Mason; m. 
Fanny I. Sneath, 1882. Address, 
315 Superior St., Toledo, Ohio. 

NOBLE, Clara Lane; Alpha Phi; ed. 
Northwestern University, 1900; 
initiated by Beta chapter, October, 
1896; business manager of the 
"Alpha Phi Quarterly;" delegate to 
national convention at Boston, 
Mass., 1898; m. George W. Noble, 
Nov. 15, 1900. Address, 939 Forest 
Ave., Evanston, 111. 

NOLAN, Leonard Stevens, M. D.; Phi 
Beta Pi, Acacia and Iota Omega 
Omicron Kappa; ed. Syracuse Uni- 
versity Medical College, 1914; initi- 
ated by Alpha Gamma chapter of 
Phi Beta Pi, April, 1913; worthy 
archon of chapter; interne at Hos- 
pital of the Good Shepherd. Ad- 
dress, Hospital of the Good Shep- 
herd, Syracuse, N. Y. 

NORGREN, Carl A.; Beta Theta Pi; 
ed. University of South Dakota, 
1912; initiated by Gamma Alpha 
chapter, Oct. 5, 1912; president of 
chapter; mem. Sigma Tau, honorary 
engineering, Beta Theta Pi Alumni 
Association of Omaha; delegate to 
national convention at Detroit, 
Mich., 1912, and district convention 
at Ames, la., 1911, from local Beta 
Gamma which secured their charter 
in 1912; consulting engineer to mu- 
nicipalities; mem. A. F. and A. M. 
Address, 1124 S. 30th St., Omaha, 
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183 



NORTH, Henry Briggs; Alpha Chi 
Sigma; ed. University of Wisconsin, 
1904; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
1903; master of the chapter; na- 
tional grand master, grand recorder; 
mem. Scarlet Club, Rutgers College; 
associate professor of chemistry, 
Rutgers College; m. Harriet Clark, 
September, 1908. Address, 21 Hunt- 
ington St., New Brunswick, N. J. 

NORTON, Laura Hills; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; ed. University of Michigan, 
1882; initiated by Eta chapter, 1880; 
president of the chapter; mem. Chi- 
cago Alumnae chapter of Kappa 
Alpha Theta; president of Delta dis- 
trict and one of four vice-presidents 
of national organization; delegate 
to national convention of 1901; 
delegate to National Pan-Hellenic 
Congress, in 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 
1906, 1907; teacher of French, Lake 
View High School; m. James H. 
Norton, 1885. Address, 4410 N.- 
Paulina St., Chicago, 111. 

NULL, Florence Bloebaum (Mrs. Geo. 
M.) ; grand president of Eta Upsi- 
lon Gamma; ed. Linderwood Col- 
lege, 1905; initiated by Zeta chap- 
ter, June 5, 1905; secretary of the 
chapter; contributed articles for the 
"Adamas of Eta Upsilon Gamma;" 
men. Linderwood College Alumni 
Association; national offices held: 
grand treasurer, editor-in-chief of 
the "Adamas," grand president two 
terms; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1908, 1912 and 1914; m. 
George M. Null, June 8, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 1504 Watson St., St. Charles, 
Mo. 



NYCE, Justin E.; Supreme Councilor 
of Psi Omega; ed. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1902; initiated by 
Gamma chapter, 1899; grand master 
of the chapter; business manager of 
the "Frater" of Psi Omega; delegate 
to national conventions of 1901, 1904, 
1907, 1910, 1913; dentist, professor 
Prosphetic Technics, Medico Chirurg- 
ical College. Address, 731 Wither- 
spoon Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

o 

OAKES, Warren D.; national treasurer 
for five years of Beta Theta Pi; ed. 
De Pauw University, 1895; initiated 
by Delta chapter, 1891; district 
chief; president The Oakes Co., 
makers of fans for automobiles; 
mem. Masons; m. Cora Parry, 1901. 
Address, 399 Division St., Indianap- 
olis, Ind. 

OBERST, Byron Ray; dean of Senate 
of Delta Theta Phi; ed. Northwest- 
ern University, 1915; initiated by 
Wigmore Senate, Feb. 10, 1912; dean 
of Senate; law student; chairman 
board of control of the law school; 
m. Claire M. Healy, July 5, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 3340 North Marshfield Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

O'BRIEN, C. L., M. D.; mem. executive 
committee of Chicago Alumni Asso- 
ciation of Phi Beta Pi; ed. Rush 
Medical College, 1903; initiated by 
Delta chapter, 1901, charter mem- 
ber; archon of chapter; contributed 
several articles to Phi Beta Pi 
"Quarterly"; mem. Delta chapter 
Alumni Association of Chicago; na- 
tional supreme secretary, 1903-1906, 
and supreme president 1906-1908; 



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delegate to national conventions of 
1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908; 
physician, eye, ear, nose and throat 
specialist; mem. Illinois Club, Chi- 
cago, Knights of Columbus, Alham- 
bra. Address, residence, 1539 W. 
Congress St., office, 59 E. Madison 
St., Chicago, 111. 

O'BRIEN, James M.; secretary of Los 
Angeles Alumni Association of Phi 
Kappa Psi; ed. Washington and Lee 
University, 1908; Initiated by Vir- 
ginia Beta, November, 1906; presi- 
ding officer of chapter; mem. Los 
Angeles Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to college inter-fraternity coun- 
cil; lawyer, firm of O'Brien and 
Spalding; formerly assistant district 
attorney, fifth judicial district of 
New Mexico; mem. A. F. and A. M., 
B. P. O. E. Address, 1122 Title In- 
surance Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 

O'CONNOR, J. F. T.; Phi Alpha Delta, 
Phi Delta Theta, Delta Sigma Rho; 
ed. University of North Dakota, B. A. 
1907, LL. B. 1908, Yale University, 
M. A. 1910, and LL. B. 1909; winner 
of following prizes at University of 
North Dakota; Palmer diamond 
medal for debate, Merrifield prize for 
first place in oratorical contest; win- 
ner first place state oratorical con- 
test; winner commencement ora- 
torical prize; awarded Clark medal; 
president senior class, president of 
Kent Debating Club and senate of 
Yale University; mem. Yale Debat- 
ing team vs. Harvard; mem. Grand 
Forks Alumni Association of Phi 
Alpha Delta; national president of 
Delta Sigma Rho, 1913-1917, and sec- 
ond vice-supreme justice of Phi 



Alpha Delta, 1911, and first supreme 
vice-justice, 1912; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of Phi Alpha 
Delta of 1910, 1911 and 1914; mem. 
law firm of O'Connor and Johnson; 
instructor academic department Yale 
University, 1910-1912; presented with 
gold medal by laboring men of Grand 
Forks for Labor Day address; presi- 
dent of Ad Altiora, Celtic Club, 
North Dakota State Oratorical Asso- 
ciation, Western League of Oratory. 
Address, Clifford Bldg., Grand 
Forks, N. D. 

OCTIGAN, Thomas P.; Phi Alpha 
Delta; ed. Lake Forest University, 
1903; initiated by Blackstone chap- 
ter, Jan. 5, 1902; presiding officer of 
the chapter, 1903; mem. Chicago 
Alumni chapter; national councilor, 
1903-1904; national recorder, 1906, 
national supreme justice, 1908; 
edited and issued first national di- 
rectory and history; installed four 
chapters as supreme justice; dele- 
gate to district conventions of 1902, 

1903, 1904, 1905, 1906; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1902, 1903, 

1904, 1905, 1908; delegate to Inter- 
Fraternity Conference of 1904 and 
1905; senior mem. law firm of Octi- 
gan, Zahn and Anderson; president 
of Octigan Drop Forge Co. ; president 
By-Products Realization Co.; captain 
and adjutant 7th Illinois National 
Guard; military aide to Governor 
Dunne; professor of law, Hamilton 
College of Law. Address, 1205 Fort 
Dearborn Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

ODELL, Ruth; president of Delta Zeta; 
ed. University of Nebraska, 1914 ; in- 
itiated by Zeta chapter, 1912; presi- 



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185 



dent of chapter; contributed to 
"Lamp" of Delta Zeta; mem. Nebras- 
ka Alumni Association of Delta Zeta; 
Inter-Sorority delegate to Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council; instructor in English 
at the Nebraska State Normal School 
of Agriculture. Address, 913 Wil- 
liams St., Omaha, Neb. 

OGDEN, Melvin P.; secretary Port- 
land Alumni chapter of Beta Theta 
Pi; Phi Alpha Delta; ed. University 
of Oregon, 1911; initiated by Beta 
Rho chapter of Beta Theta Pi, corre- 
sponding secretary of chapter, Dec. 
4, 1909; teacher of music, Jefferson 
High School; mem. Royal Arch Ma- 
son. Address, Foot of Ivon St., Port- 
land, Ore. 

O'KELLEY, John Graham; president 
New Orleans chapter of Delta Tau 
Delta; ed. Tulane University, 1898; 
initiated by Beta Xi chapter, 1894; 
secretary of chapter; mem. New 
York Delta Tau Delta Club; cotton 
planter, 1898-1909; first vice-presi- 
dent Woodward Wright & Co., Lim- 
ited, 1909-1913; mem. A. F. and A. 
M.; m. Mary Lucile Hamer, June 12, 
1900. Address, 1535 Octavia St., 
New Orleans, La. 

OLSON, Olaf Adolph; Alpha Kappa 
Phi, now consolidated into Delta 
Theta Phi ; ed. Northwestern Univer- 
sity Law S'chool, 1908; initiated by 
Alpha of Alpha Kappa Phi, now Wig- 
more Senate of Delta Theta Phi, 
1905; secretary of chapter; national 
president of Alpha Kappa Phi, 1910- 
1911, before consolidation; lawyer, 
practicing since 1908; mem. A. F. 
and A. M., Illinois Athletic Club, 
Ridgmoor Golf Club. Address, 1114, 



69 W. Washington St., residence, 
4125 N. Harding Ave., Chicago, 111. 

O'MALLEY, Jamea; Delta Chi; ed. 
Cornell University, 1901; initiated by 
Cornell chapter, 1897; "A" of the 
chapter; national "AA," "BB"; edi- 
tor-in-chief of the Delta Chi "Quar- 
terly"; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905; m. 
Charlotte B. Bigelow, 1909. Address, 
611 W. 112th St., New York City. 

ONKEN, Amy Burnham; grand secre- 
tary of Pi Beta Phi; ed. Northwest- 
ern University, 1908; initiated by Il- 
linois Epsilon, Oct. 15, 1904; presi- 
dent of the chapter; national grand 
secretary assistant guide convention 
of 1912; attended national conven- 
tions of 1906 and 1912. Address, 
Chapin, 111. 

OSGOOD, Susanna Patton Tate (Mrs. 
Luther P.); Alpha Chi Omega; ed. 
Pennsylvania College of Music, affili- 
ated with Alleghany College, 1891; 
initiated by Delta chapter, January, 
1891; founder and first president of 
the chapter; elected recording secre- 
tary at convention of 1891 at Green- 
castle, Ind., to serve until 1893; 
studied art at Art Institute of Chi- 
cago; studied portrait painting with 
Mr. William Greaves of Jamestown, 
N. Y., and music one year with Mr. 
Emil Leibling of Chicago; mem. 
Daughters of American Revolution 
and Woman's Club; m. Luther P. Os- 
good, Jan. 25, 1900; deceased Dec. 
28, 1910. Address, Marseilles, 111. 

OSMOND, Arthur Edwin; ex-grand 
senior of Omega Upsilon Phi; ed. 
Medical College of Ohio, 1904; initi- 
ated by Beta chapter, 1902; scribe 



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of the chapter; mem. College 
Alumni Association; district deputy 
and delegate to district conventions ; 
editor of the "Journal" of Omega 
Upsilon Phi; delegate to national 
conventions; physician and surgeon; 
m. Emilie Schmidlapp, 1910. Ad- 
dress, 1268 Michigan Ave., Cincin- 
nati, O. 

OSMOND, John Dexter, M. D.; Phi 

Gamma Delta and Phi Rho Sigma; 
ed. Western Reserve University, 
1906 and 1909; initiated by Xi Deut- 
eron of Phi Gamma Delta, 1902, 
and Kappa chapter of Phi Rho 
Sigma, 1906; treasurer of P. G. D. 
chapter, and president for two years 
of chapter of Phi Rho Sigma; dis- 
trict chief of Phi Rho Sigma, 1912- 
1914; a delegate to national conven- 
tion of Phi Rho Sigma at Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., 1912; physician; m. Nel- 
lie Pratt, June 15, 1912. Address, 
222 Osborn Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 



PALMER, Blanche Shove (Mrs. Ed- 
mund J.); auditor of Gamma Phi 
Beta; ed. Syracuse University, 1881; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, Novem- 
ber, 1878; president of the chapter; 
mem. New York Alumnae chapter; 
National visiting delegate; delegate 
to national conventions; m. Dr. Ed- 
mund J. Palmer, 1886. Address, 103 
West 86th St., New York City. 

PALMER, Elizabeth Tlbbes; president 
of Detroit Alliance of Delta Delta 
Delta; ed. Adrian College, B. Ph. 
1893, B. A. 1895; initiated by Gam- 
ma chapter, Dec. 5, 1891; president 



of the chapter ; mem. Adrian College 
Alumni Association; vice-president 
of Beta province; delegate to na- 
tional conventions, 1897-1910; m. O. 
L. Palmer, Sept. 9, 1897. Address, 
111 Tyler Ave., Highland Park, 
Mich. 

PALMER, Myrtal C.; Mu Phi Epsilon; 
ed. University of Michigan and the 
University School of Music, 1908; 
initiated by Gamma chapter, 1904; a 
charter member; president of the 
chapter; contributed songs, piano 
solos and articles for first year 
book; mem. Gamma Alumnae Asso- 
ciation; supreme vice-president six 
months and supreme president for 
three years; designed charter, cer- 
tificate of membership, pin and re- 
vised constitution, by-laws and 
ritual; edited first year book, now 
the "Mu Phi Epsilon Quarterly;" 
delegate to first convention; taught 
in private studio at Ann Arbor, 
Mich., and was organist and choir 
director of First Presbyterian 
church, later studied in Paris and 
became professor of pipe organ and 
piano; organist and choir director 
for three years in the First Baptist 
Church of Spartanburg, S. C.; mem. 
Eastern Star. Address, Converse 
College, Spartanburg, S. C. 

PALMER, Robert Conrad; Alpha Chi 
Sigma; ed. University of Missouri, 
B. S. and Ch. E., 1909; initiated by 
Delta chapter, November, 1907; 
master alchemist of the chapter; 
mem. of Sigma Xi, honorary; vice- 
grand master alchemist two years; 
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187 



Sigma and edited it the first two 
years; assisted in revision of ritual 
and installation of several chapters; 
chemical engineer with United 
States Forest Service; m. Myrtle L. 
Ogle, Feb. 23, 1911. Address, 138 
Breese Terrace, Madison, Wis. 

RAM MEL, Louis Hermann; president 
of Phi Kappa Phi; ed. University of 
Wisconsin, 1885, and Washington 
University, St. Louis, Mo., 1897; 
initiated by Iowa chapter, 1911; sec- 
retary general of chapter; mem. 
Gamma Sigma Delta (honorary agri- 
cultural) ; secretary general of na- 
tional convention of Atlanta; pro- 
fessor of Botany, Iowa State College; 
botanist Iowa Experiment Station; 
m. Augusta Emmel. Address, Sta. A, 
Ames, Iowa. 

PANCOAST, Joe Anna Ross; Delta 
Gamma; ed. Goucher College, A. B. 
1894, A. M. 1895; initiated by Psi 
chapter, November, 1891; mem. 
Goucher General Alumni Associa- 
tion, and Baltimore chapter of 
Goucher Alumnae; editor-in-chief of 
the "Anchora" of Delta Gamma, fifth 
mem. of grand council, 1898-1908; m. 
Dr. Omar Pancoast, 1903. Address, 
1111 N. Charles St., Baltimore. Md. 

PARKER, John Huntington; Alpha 
Zeta, Acacia; ed. University of Min- 
nesota, College of Agriculture, 1913; 
initiated by La Grange chapter of 
Alpha Zeta, 1911; chancellor of the 
chapter; mem. Minnesota Alumni 
Association of Washington, D. C.; 
high scribe; scientific assistant, 
Bureau Plant Industry, U. S. De- 
partment of Agriculture; mem. A. 



F. and A. M. Address, residence, 
815 Belmont Road; office, Cereal In- 
vestigations, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

PARKS, Albert H., M. D.; Sigma Chi 
and Phi Beta Pi; ed. University of 
Michigan, 1906; initiated by Theta 
chapter of Phi Beta Pi, 1902; and 
by Sigma Chi, 1899; national offices 
of Phi Beta Pi; supreme archon, su- 
preme vice-archon, supreme western 
praetor, supreme norchern praetor; 
delegate to eight national conven- 
tions; surgeon; mem. Masonic and 
Elk Lodges; m. Katherine Barrett, 
1909. Address, 4224 Linden Hills 
Blvd., Minneapolis, Minn. 

PARMELEE, Amy Olgen (Mrs. E. N.) ; 
national president of Delta Delta 
Delta; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; ed. 
at Northwestern University, 1904; 
initiated by Upsilon chapter, 1901; 
chapter president for three years; 
mem. Northwestern A. C. A., Chi- 
cago College Club and University 
Guild; delegate to national conven- 
tion, 1902, '04, '06, '12, '15; delegate 
to district convention, 1905; na- 
tional secretary, 1904-1906; national 
president, 1906-1915; national Pan- 
Hellenic Congress delegate, 1904- 
1915; delegate to Chicago Greek 
conference, 1913; secretary national 
Pan-Hellenic Congress, 1904'-1905; 
chairman, 1905-1906; treasurer, 1912- 
1913; secretary, 1913-1914; chair- 
man, 1914-1915; mem. executive com- 
mittee; mem. "Who's Who Among 
Women"; mem. Chicago collegiate 
bureau of occupations. Address, 
7318 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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PARRISH, Roy Earl; Sigma Chi; ed. 
West Virginia University, 1910; ini- 
tiated by Mu Mu chapter, October, 
1908; tribune of chapter; mem. 
Clarksburg Alumni Association; at- 
torney at law; mem. Sphinx. Ad- 
dress, 724 Goff Bldg., Clarksburg, 
W. Va. 

PERROW, Mosby Garland; Kappa Sig- 
ma; ed. Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity, 1899; initiated by Mu chap- 
ter, March 11, 1904; was president 
and editor of Mu Pi Lambda frater- 
nity and head of Washington and 
Lee chapter, which fraternity was 
merged into Kappa Sigma March 
11, 1904; mem. Lynchburg Alumni 
Association; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
twice delegate to Mu Pi Lambda na- 
tional conventions; chemist and 
bacteriologist; m. Louise Polk 
Jognes. Address, 1100 Federal St., 
Lynchburg, Va. 

PARSONS, Mabel Holmes (Mrs. E. 
S.); Alpha Phi; ed. University of 
Michigan, 1904; initiated by Theta 
chapter, 1892, charter member; con- 
tributor to Alpha Phi "Quarterly"; 
mem. Association of Collegiate 
Alumnae ; mem. Phi Beta Kappa and 
delegate (from University of Ore- 
gon) to convention of Phi Beta 
Kappa at University of Washington 
Seattle, Wash., 1914; delegate to na- 
tional convention of Alpha Phi at 
Syracuse, N. Y., 1892; assistant pro- 
fessor of English, University of Ore- 
gon; has contributed short stories to 
leading magazines; m. Edwin Seely 
Parsons, 1897. Address, 1259 Hil- 
yard St., Eugene, Ore. 

PATERSON, Robert George; Sigma 



Pi; ed. Ohio State University, 
1909; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
1901; national president, 1907-1908; 
national secretary, 1906 to 1907 and 
1908 to 1909; delegate to national 
conventions at Chicago 1907, Vin- 
cennes 1908, and Columbus 1909; 
now preparing book, "Concerning 
Sigma Pi"; presided over informal 
conference of Greek fraternity repre- 
sentatives at Philadelphia, April, 
1909; city editor of "Faigo Forum" 
and mem. Forum Publishing Co.; 
chief press agent in campaign to re- 
move capitol from Guthrie to Okla- 
homa City; repoited for several state 
legislatures and political conven- 
tions; mem. advisory board of Amer- 
ican Safety Steel Rail Co.; inem. 
Masons. Address, Fargo Forum, 
Fargo, N. D. 

PATRICK, Mary Louise; grand treas- 
urer and business manager of 
"Themis" of Zeta Tau Alpha; ed. 
Judson College, 1908; initiated by 
Beta chapter, May 1905; president of 
chapter; contributed several maga- 
zine articles to fraternity magazine 
and songs; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1906, 1910, 1912; head of 
mathematics department of Bessie 
Tift College, Forsyth, Ga. Address, 
1312 East 53rd St., Chicago, 111. 

PAUL, Frank Albert; national re- 
corder of Delta Chi; ed. University 
of Pennsylvania, 1910; initiated by i 
Seattle chapter, 1907; president of i 
chapter, 1909-1910; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa and Delta Sigma Rho at Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania; charter 
member of latter; mem. University 
of Pennsylvania Alumni Club and 



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189 



Seattle chapter of Delta Chi Alumni; 
(one of publishers of "The Totem," 
year book of Delta Chi Alumni 
Club) ; national recorder, 1911, re- 
elected 1913; corresponding editor 
of the Delti Chi Quarterly, 1910-1911; 
delegate to national conventions at 
Ithaca 1909, Columbus 1910, and To- 
ronto 1913; attorney at law, associ- 
ated with Hastings and Stedman law 
firm; in newspaper work from 1904 
to 1910 in New York, Philadelphia 
and Seattle, Wash.; mem. Free and 
Accepted Masons, Royal Arcanum; 
m. Effle Watson Ferris, June 29, 1912. 
Address, 901 6th Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

PAUST, Benjamin A.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1904; initiated by Wisconsin 
Alpha, 1903; charter member; emi- 
nent archon of chapter; mem. Mil- 
waukee and Twin City Alumni As- 
sociation; helped organize both; 
delegate to district convention of 
1904 and 1912; prominent in financ- 
ing S. A. E. House at Minnesota; 
business, real estate and invest- 
ments; mem. all Masonic bodies, in- 
cluding Shrine; m. Jess Whited, 
1907. Address, 4332 Dupont Ave., S. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

PAXTON, Anna Calloway; national 
historian of Kappa Delta; ed. Vir- 
ginia State Normal, 1903; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, 1901; president 
of the chapter; contributed fco 
magazine; mem. Virginia State Nor- 
mal Alumni Association; national 
secretary, national president, na- 
tional historian, editor-in-chief of 
the "Angelos" of Kappa Delta; 
helped secure the charters for 



Alpha, Gamma and Lambda chap- 
ters; compiled the Kappa Delta 
Directory for 1909; chairman of 
conventions of 1904-1908-1909, and 
was secretary of conventions of 1905 
and 1906; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1912 and 1913; teacher 
in Virginia for eight years and in 
Oklahoma three years. Address, 
7th and Alabama Sts., Okmulgee, 
Okla. 

PEACOCK, George Cleveland; Phi 
Alpha Delta; ed. Cincinnati College 
of Law, 1912; initiated by Chase 
chapter, June, 1912; treasurer of 
the chapter; mem, Cincinnati Alum- 
ni Association of Phi Alpha Delta; 
national tribune and supreme treas- 
urer, 1914; delegate to national con- 
vention June, 1912; practicing at- 
torney. Address, residence, 3449 
Wilson Ave.; office, 2405 Union Cen- 
tral Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

PEAIRS, Myra Sinclair (Mrs. R. P.); 
secretary of national alumnae of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. Illinois 
Wesleyan University, 1909; initiated 
by Epsilon chapter, Nov/ 16, 1J05; 
president of the chapter; mem. New 
York Alumnae Association, 1909- 
1910, Bloomington, 111., 1910-1913, 
and Milwaukee Association, 1913- 
1915; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1912; m. Dr. Ralph P. Peairs, 
June 24, 1913. Address, 704 Cramer 
St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

PEARSON, Theodore B.; editor of 
Phi Chi medical quarterly; ed. Uni- 
versity of Louisville, 1903; initiated 
by Alpha Alpha Gamma chapter, 
February, 1905; presiding officer of 
chapter; delegate to all annual con- 



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LEADING GREEKS 



ventions since 1903; chairman of 
executive committee, 1908; associate 
editor, 1908-1910; editor since 1911; 
mem. Co. M., 1905-1008; issued first 
history and directory of fraternity; 
presiding officer of twelfth conven- 
tion; author of post-graduate sub- 
scription law; designer of coat-of- 
anns; physician; county health offi- 
cer. Address, Wilmore, Ky. 

PECK, Herbert Massey; Phi Delta 
Theta and Phi Delta Phi ; ed. Univer- 
sity of Virginia, 1908; initiated by 
Virginia Beta chapter, 1907; mem. 
Delta Sigma Rho, honorary; mem. 
Oklahoma City Alumni Associations 
of Phi Delta Theta and Phi Delta 
Phi; province president and delegate 
to several district conventions of Phi 
Delta Phi; mem. national council 
and delegate to national convention 
at Iowa City, 1908; lawyer; mem. 
general council of Oklahoma City 
Bar Association; m. Frances Saw- 
yer, Oct. 26, 1910. Address, 612 W. 
32nd St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 

PEDROJA, John; Delta Theta Phi; ed. 
Illinois College of Law (now DePaul 
University), 1907; initiated by War- 
velle chapter, April, 1907; joined 
Alpha Kappa Phi, which was con- 
solidated with two others into Delta 
Theta Phi; delegate to national 
council from chapter; delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1908; speaker at 
several fraternity banquets; lawyer; 
mem. Masons, Shriner. Address, 
Mulberry, Kans. 

PENCE, Kate; national custodian of 
Alpha Gamma Delta; ed. at Univer- 
sity of Kentucky, 1910; initiated by 
Epsilon chapter February, 1909; 



province vice-president, 1909-1911; 
province inspector, 1911-1913; dele- 
gate to three national conventions; 
delegate to three province conven- 
tions; mem. of Hamilton College 
and University of Kentucky Alumni 
Associations ; national custodian, 
1913-1919; contributed to "Alpha 
Gamma Delta Quarterly"; jewelry 
business. Address, business, 110 
Broadway, Fargo, N. D.; home, 364 
Merino St., Lexington, Ky. 

PENDLETON, Marguerite Lake (Mrs. 
D. D.); Delta Gamma; ed. Goucher 
College, 1906; initiated by Psi chap- 
ter, Nov. 8, 1902; president of the 
chapter; mem. Goucher College 
Alumnae Association; business man- 
ager of "Anchora" of Delta Gamma, 
1904; grand treasurer, 1909 to 1915; 
delegate to national convention at 
Evanston, 1905; delegate to National 
Pan-Hellenic Congress four years, 
secretary of same one year; m. Dud- 
ley Digges Pendleton, Oct. 11, 1913. 
Address, 1214 Fairmont Ave., Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 

PENFIELD, E. Jean Nelson, Ph. B.; 
grand president, 1900-1902 of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; ed. DePauw Univer- 
sity and New York University Law 
School, 1893; initiated by Iota chap- 
ter, 1889; president of the chapter; 
president of New York Alumnae As- 
sociation; winner of interstate col- 
legiate oratorical contest, 1892, only 
woman to ever take this prize; con- 
tributor to the "Key," grand presi- 
dent; delegate to first Pan-Hellenic 
Congress, Boston, 1892; started co- 
operative work between faculties 
and fraternities in 63 colleges; law- 



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191 



yer, speaker, parliamentarian and 
author of several parliamentary law 
helps for students; mem. Daughters 
of the American Revolution and So- 
rosis; m. Judge William Warner 
Penfield, Dec. 15, 1897. Address, 
360 E. 195th St., New York City. 

PENNY, Arthur Guy; Theta Delta Chi; 
ed. Upper Canada College, Upping- 
ham School, Eng., McGill Univer- 
sity, B. A., 1908; initiated by Zeta 
Deuteron chapter, Oct. 8, 1904; con- 
tributed to the "Shield" of Theta 
Delta Chi; mem. Zeta Deuteron 
Alumni Association and honorary 
member Lambda Deuteron Alum- 
ni Association; president Zeta 
Deuteron Graduate Association, 1911- 
1912; advertising agent, Canadian 
Northern Railway, 1913 to date; ed- 
itorial staff, "Manitoba Free Press," 
1908-1909; editorial staff, "Canada 
Free Press," 1909-1910; assistant to 
general manager, Canadian tourists, 
London, Eng., 1910; editorial staff, 
"Montreal Herald," 1911, and "Mon- 
treal Gazette," 1912; assistant gen- 
eral advertising agent, Grand 
Trunk Railway, 1912-1913; m. Emily 
L. Benton, Jan., 1915. Address, 100 
Roper St., Eglinton, North Toronto, 
Canada. 

[RKINS, Frances Gay; editor of the 
'Quarterly" of Alpha Phi; ed. Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, 1898; initiated 
by Iota chapter, 1896, charter mem- 
ber; charter member Wisconsin 
Alumnae Association, Milwaukee 
branch; visiting delegate of Alpha 
ti, 1911-1912; chairman of conven- 
ion; attended National Pan-Hellenic 



Congress twice: as visiting delegate 
and as editor of the magazine; Ger- 
man teacher in the high school, sec- 
retary of United Charities in Fond 
du Lac; mem. Daughters of the 
American Revolution. Address, 95 

Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac, Wis. 

f 

PERRIN, Edna; national treasurer of 
Delta Delta Delta; ed. University 
of Nebraska, 1911; initiated by Kap- 
pa chapter, Oct., 1906; president of 
chapter; mem. University of Ne- 
braska Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to national conventions at Ev- 
anston, 111., 1910, and Columbus, 

1912. Address, Bartlett, Cook Coun- 
ty, 111. 

PERRIN, William; grand president of 
Phi Alpha Gamma; mem. Alpha 
Delta Phi; ed. New York Homoeo- 
pathic Medical College, 1901; initi- 
ated by Alpha chapter of Phi Alpha 
Gamma 1897, and into Alpha Delta 
Phi, 1894; mem. of Rochester Alum- 
ni Association of Phi Alpha Gamma; 
delegate to national conventions of 
Phi Alpha Gamma at Rochester, 

1913, and Philadelphia, 1914; phy- 
sician and obstetrician; m. Elsie 
Brooks, Aug. 14, 1901. Address, 626 
Main St. W., Rochester, N. Y. 

PERRY, Edgar Roland; Tau Beta Pi; 
ed. University of Washington, 1913; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, June 4, 
1912; president of the chapter, 1912- 
1913; contributed to "Bent" of Tau 
Beta Pi; secretary Theta Chi local 
social fraternity and Delta Mu, local 
athletic fraternity ; secretary-treas- 
urer of Seattle Alumni Association 
of Tau Beta Pi; delegate to 14th na- 



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tional convention at Madison, Wis., 
1912; electrical engineer with Puget 
Sound Traction, Light and Power 
Co. Address, Waldorf Hotel, Seat- 
tle, Wash. 

PERRY, Edwin Ruthoen; Beta Theta 
Pi; Phi Delta Phi; ed. Northwest- 
ern University, 1900; initiated by 
Rho chapter of Beta Theta Pi, 1897; 
mem. Phi Beta Kappa, and Deru; 
mem. Harvard Alumni Association; 
chairman national convention of 
Beta Theta Pi, 1908; attorney at 
law; mem. Masonic Order; m. Paul- 
ine Nelson, Oct. 3, 1910. Address, 
Tulsa, Okla. 

PETERS, Edward M.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; ed. Boston 
University, 1911; initiated by Mass. 
Beta Upsilon chapter of Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon, Nov., 1908; eminent 
archon of chapter; president of Bos- 
ton Alumni Association; vice-presi- 
dent of province Alpha and delegate 
to province convention at Worces- 
ter, Mass.; delegate to national con- 
ventions of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at 
Kansas City and Nashville, Tenn.; 
general insurance broker, LL. B. 
and LL. M. from Boston University 
Law School; mem. I. O. O. F. and I. 
S. O. C. Address, 70 Kilby St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

PETERSEN, Leo Smith, M. D.; Su- 
preme president of Chi Zeta Chi; 
ed. College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Columbia University, 1911; 
initiated by Beta chapter, April 3, 
1909; eminent grand of chapter; 
mem. New York Alumni chapter of 
Chi Zeta Chi; Beta chapter visitor, 



1912; delegate to national convention 
at Augusta, Ga., Dec., 1913; physi- 
cian, 1st Lt, M. C., N. G. N. Y. 
Address, 112 E. 85th St., New York 
City. 

PETTIBONE, Robert Frederick; Beta 
Theta Pi; ed. Beloit College, 1877; 
initiated by Chi chapter, 1874; pres- 
ident of the Chicago Alumni Asso- 
ciation 1912-1913; delegate to one 
national convention; lawyer; m. 
Florence Amelia Pettibone. Ad- 
dress, residence, 1225 Oak Ave., Ev- 
anston, 111., office, 1402 155 N. 
Clark St., Chicago, 111. 

PETURA, Frank Joseph; Acacia; 
charter mem. Alpha Chi Sigma; 
mem. Tau Beta Pi; ed. University 
of Wisconsin, 1904; initiated by 
Wisconsin chapter, May 12, 1906, of 
Acacia fraternity; president of 
chapter; mem. New York Alumni 
Association; delegate to national 
convention at Chicago, June, 1906; 
organizer of Wisconsin chapter; as- 
sistant chief engineer of Henry L. 
Doherty & Co.; m. Marie Grace Mil- 
ler, 1911. Address, 60 Wall St., New 
York City. 

PHARR, Henry Newton; Kappa Alpha, 
Southern; ed. Centenary College, 
1892, and Vanderbilt University, 
1896; initiated by Alpha Iota chap- 
ter, 1891; G. S. of chapter; mem. 
Centenary College and Vanderbilt 
University Alumni Associations; 
sugar planter and manufacturer; 
Republican candidate for Congress, 
1904, and for governor, 1908; mem. 
Masons and Knights Templars; m. 



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193 



Anna Smith, Jan., 1898. Address, 
Iberia Parish, Olivier, Louisiana. 

PHELPS, Helen Weaver; Alpha Phi; 
ed. Syracuse University, 1878; in- 
itiated by Alpha chapter, 1874; 
mem. Syracuse University Alumni 
Association; national vice-president; 
delegate to national convention of 
1912; m. Rev. J. D. Phelps. Ad- 
dress, 411 University Ave., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

PH1LLER, Richard Montgomery; 
grand eigma of Phi Kappa Sigma; 
ed. University of Pennsylvania, 
1908; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
Sept., 1904; sigma of the chapter; 
mem. Philadelphia Alumni Associa- 
tion; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1905-1908; salesman with 
Montgomery, Clothier & Tyler, 
bankers. Address, 133 S. 4th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

PHILLIPS, Martha Keefe; Alpha Phi; 
ed. Syracuse University, 1894; ini- 
tiated by Alpha chapter, Sept., 1890; 
contributed to magazine; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa; mem. Syracuse Univer- 
sity and Central New York Alumnae 
Associations of Alpha Phi; editor-in- 
chief of the "Quarterly" of Alpha 
Phi and delegate to eight national 
conventions; m. Henry Phillips. Ad- 
dress, 114 Waverley Ave., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

PHILLIPS, William L.; grand secre- 
tary of Sigma Phi Epsilon; ed. 
Richmond College, 1903 ; initiated by 
Virginia Alpha, Nov. 1, 1901; vice- 
president of the chapter and first 
secretary; mem. Richmond, Va., and 
Washington, D. C., Alumni Associa- 



tions; one of the founders of Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; edited and published 
"Journal" of Sigma Phi Epsilon and 
as individual enterprise for four 
years, editor for nine years; grand 
secretary since 1908; assisted in 
publishing fraternity directory in 
1911; attended all national conven- 
tions; delegate to New York Inter- 
Fraternity Conference at all meet- 
ings; devotes all time to fraternity 
work; mem. Blue Lodge and Chap- 
ter Masons, Knights Templars, 
Shrine, Sons of the American Revo- 
lution; m. Nora Alice Moore, June 
29, 1908. Address, 602 Times-Des- 
patch Bldg., Richmond, Va. 

PICKELS, Thomas Henry; Sigma Nu; 
ed. Central University of Kentucky, 
1898; initiated by Zeta chapter; 
commander of the chapter; inspector 
of second division and delegate to 
seven national contentions; editor 
and publisher of "Kentucky Regis- 
ter"; mem. Elks; m. Mary Evans of 
Richmond, Ky., Dec. 29, 1903. Ad- 
dress, Richmond, Ky. 

PINKHAM, Charles Bradley, M. D.; 
province commander of Kappa Al- 
pha (so.); ed. Stanford University, 
1896; initiated by Alpha Pi chapter, 
1894; physician, secretary board of 
medical examiners, state of Califor- 
nia; mem. Masons. Address, 135 
Stockton St., San Francisco, Calif. 

PIPER, Warren; author of "Chapter 
House Ballads of Sigma Nu"; ed. 
Northwestern, 1909; initiated by 
Gamma Beta chapter of Sigma Nu, 
1907; delegate Sigma Nu national 
convention, Denver, 1915; member 



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Chicago and New York Sigma Nu 
alumni chapters; vice-president of 
the grand inter-fraternity council of 
secondary schools; Chicago man- 
ager for J. F. Newman, fraternity 
jeweler. Address, 31 North State 
St., Chicago, 111. 

PLANT, Oscar H.; Phi Alpha Sigma; 
ed. University of Texas, 1902; init- 
iated by Epsilon chapter, 1901; scri- 
bus of the chapter; national prima- 
rius magnus, 1914; physician; in- 
structor of pharmacology, medical 
department, University of Pennsyl- 
vania; married, 1904. Address, 4323 
Baltimore Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

POGUE, Thomas L.; treasurer of en- 
dowment fund of Phi Gamma Del- 
ta; mem. Phi Delta Phi; ed. Wash- 
ington and Jefferson College, 1891, 
and University of Virginia, 1892; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, Nov., 
1889, affiliated with Omicron chap- 
ter, both of Phi Gamma Delta; 
treasurer of the chapter; contrib- 
uted to magazine; mem. Cincinnati 
graduate chapter; mem. board of 
archons, 1901-1905, national secre- 
tary, 1905-1913, co-editor of the cat- 
alogue, 1907; visited every chapter 
then in the fraternity; attended na- 
tional conventions of 1898 and 1899, 
was a delegate or officer at all con- 
ventions, 1900-1913; attorney at law, 
prosecuting attorney, Hamilton 
County, O.; mem. B. P. O. E.; m. 
Margaret Edwards, June 21, 1911. 
Address, residence, 1733 E. McMil- 
lan St., office, 914 First National 
Bank, Cincinnati, O. 

POOL, Floyd Richard; treasurer of 



Beta Theta Pi; ed. University of 
North Dakota, 1915; initiated by 
Gamma Alpha chapter, Feb., 1913; 
treasurer of chapter; delegate to 
national convention at Minnesota in 
1914; mem. Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil at college. Address, Lake Pres- 
ton, S. Dak. 

POPE, Alexander; treasurer of the 
general council of Phi Delta Theta; 
Delta Chi; ed. University of Texas, 
1907; initiated by Texas Beta of 
Phi Delta Theta, Oct. 10, 1901; pres- 
ident of the chapter; contributed to 
magazine; mem. Dallas Alumni Club 
of Phi Delta Theta and the Texas 
University Alumni Club; treasurer 
of general council of Phi Delta The- 
ta, 1910-1912, 1914 to date; delegate 
to district convention of 1910 and to 
national conventions of 1906 and 
1910; president of North Texas Pan- 
Hellenic Association, 1914; attorney 
at law; m. Fanny West Harris, Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma, Nov. 16, 1910. Ad- 
dress, 1201 Commonwealth Bank 
Bldg., Dallas, Texas. 

POTEET, Florence E.; grand treasurer 
of Beta Sigma Omicron; ed. Seda- 
lia High School, 1908; initiated by 
Delta I, Nov. 8, 1903; president of 
the chapter; mem. Alpha Phi Alpha; 
helped organize and mem. of Kansas 
City Alumnae Association; assisted 
in establishing the sorority; dele- 
gate to national convention at Mex- 
ico, Mo. Address, 3643 Harrison 
Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

POTTER, Hollis Elmer; district chief 
of Phi Rho Sigma; mem. Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. University of Chi- 



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195 



cago, Rush Medical College; initi- 
ated into Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
1903, and into Phi Rho Sigma, 1906; 
mem. Chicago Alumni Association 
of S. A. E.; physician, specialist in 
work with x-ray; m. Blanche Morse, 
1912. Address, 122 S. Michigan 
Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

POTTS, Abbie Findlay; president of 
A. A. district, 1911-1913, of Kappa 
Alpha Theta; ed. Cornell University, 
1906; A. M., Radcliffe College, 1914; 
initiated by Iota chapter, Nov., 1902; 
president of the chapter; contrib- 
uted sorority songs; edited conven- 
tion magazine, 1913; teacher of 
drama at the Bennett School, Mill- 
brook, N. Y. Address, Lansing Ave., 
Troy, N. Y. 

POTTS, John Beekman; Beta Theta 
Pi, Phi Rho Sigma; ed. University 
of Nebraska, 1907; initiated by Al- 
pha Tau chapter, 1905; of Beta The- 
ta Pi; oto-rhinologist; mem. Masonic 
Order; m. Miss Goldie C. Goddin, 
June 28, 1913. Address, 567 Bran- 
deis Bldg., Omaha, Nebr. 

POWELL, Elmer Nathaniel; Beta 
Theta Pi and Phi Delta Phi; ed. 
Kansas University, 1895, and Johns 
Hopkins University; initiated by 
Alpha Nu chapter of Beta Theta Pi, 
1895, and Green chapter of Phi Del- 
ta Phi; contributed to "Brief" of 
Phi* Delta Phi; president of Kansas 
City Alumni chapter of Beta Theta 
Pi in 1904 and president of Kansas 
City Alumni chapter of Phi Delta 
Phi for twelve years; lawyer and 
several times acting judge; m. Illga 



Herbel, 1897. Address, 614-6 New 
York Life Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 

POWELL, Eva; grand president of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. Univer- 
sity of California, 1901; initiated by 
Pi chapter, 1898; mem. Pi Alumnae 
Association; grand secretary; dele- 
gate to National Pan-Hellenic Con- 
gress; mem. Prytanean. Address, 
2703 Dwight Way, Berkeley, Calif. 

POWELL, Hannah Jewett; Sigma 
Kappa; ed. Colby College, Water- 
ville, Me., 1893; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, 1892; mem. Portland, 
Maine, Alumnae Association; con- 
tributed an article to the Sigma 
Kappa "Triangle" on "The Sea Coast 
Missions"; clergyman, missionary on 
Maine seacoast. Address, Londville 
P. O., Lincoln County, Maine. 

POWERS, John Pike Jr.; grand chan- 
cellor of Pi Kappa Alpha; mem. Phi 
Delta Phi and Phi Kappa Phi; ed. 
University of Tennessee, A. B., LL. 
B., 1897, B. L. University of Vir- 
ginia; initiated by Zeta chapter of 
Pi Kappa Alpha, 1895; mem. Alpha 
chapter; president of chapter; pres- 
ident University of Tennessee Alum- 
ni; contributed tq "Shield and Dia- 
mond" of Pi Kappa Alpha; national 
offices: grand secretary, grand prin- 
ceps, grand chancellor; attended ev- 
ery national convention for past 16 
years; lawyer; mem. Knights of 
Pythias and Royal Arch Masons; m. 
Lucille Allyn Bordew, Sept. 26, 1906. 
Address, 401 Empire Bldg., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 

PRAY, George Raymond; Phi Beta Pi; 
ed. University of Michigan, 1900; in- 



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itiated by Beta chapter, June 11, 
1898; archon of the chapter; su- 
preme eastern praetor, 1908, supreme 
council, 1909-1910, supreme vice- 
archon, 1903, treasurer, 1904, secre- 
tary, 1905-1906, archon, 1907; dele- 
gate to Chicago national conven- 
tion; physician, formerly mem. fac- 
ulty, University of Michigan, physi- 
cian to state penitentiary, 1902-1913; 
mem. Masons, Shriner, Thirty-Sec- 
ond degree, Elk; m. Zoe King Por- 
ter, Feb. 1, 1908. Address, 406 Jack- 
eon St. South, Jackson, Mich. 

PREBLE, Alice Hosmer (Mrs. Robert 
B.); Gamma Phi Beta; ed. Univer- 
sity of Michign, 1888; initiated by 
Beta chapter, 1885; president of the 
executive committee of the chapter; 
mem. Chicago Alumnae Association; 
national president of the executive 
committee; delegate to several na- 
tional conventions; mem. Chicago 
Woman's Club, Woman's City Club, 
Chicago College Club, president of 
latter; m. Dr. Robert B. Preble, 
1889. Address, 1518 Dearborn Park- 
way, Chicago, 111. 

PRICE, Edwin Morgan; secretary and 
treasurer of Kansas City Alumni 
Association of Alpha Tau Omega; 
ed. Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, 1908; initiated by Beta Gam- 
ma chapter, Dec. 10, 1907; mem. 
Southwest Alumni Association of 
Mass. Institute of Technology; archi- 
tect, junior partner of Henry P. 
Hoit, successor to Howe & Hoit; 
mem. American Institute of Archi- 
tects; m. Mary E. Moore, Feb. 24, 



1914. Address 315 E. 10th St., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

PRICE, Fred Allen; editor of the 
"Journal" of Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
ed. Baker University, 1909; initi- 
ated by Kansas Alpha, Dec., 1905; 
head of chapter; mem. Kansas City 
Alumni Association; district deputy 
of fraternity, delegate to national 
conventions at Detroit, 1912, and 
at Washington, D. C., 1910; delegate 
to several inter-fraternity conven- 
tions but could not attend; circula- 
tion manager of Lawrence, Kansas, 
"Journal-World." Address, 19 W. 
Quincy St., Lawrence, Kans. 

PRICE, J. Marion; Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon; ed. Baker University, 1892; 
initiated by Kansas Alpha, 1908; one 
of committee of instituting officers 
at installation of California Alpha 
and Colorado Beta; deputy in 
charge of city treasury, Denver, 
Colo.; mem. P. G., I. O. O. F., P. E. 
R. Elks, P. M., A. F. and A. M.; m. 
Hattie Muthes Hoover, 1894. Ad- 
dress, 59 W. Byers Place, Denver, 
Colo. 

PRICE, John McClintoch; district 
grand master of Kappa Sigma; ed. 
Pennsylvania State College, 1904; 
initiated by Alpha Delta chapter; 
mem. Pennsylvania State and West- 
minster Alumni Associations; deal- 
er in electrical materials. Address, 
Empire Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

PRICE, Lawrence T., M. D.; senior 
councillor of Pi Mu; ed. Medical 
College of Virginia, 1903; initiated 
by Gamma chapter, Nov., 1899; vice- 
archon of the chapter; mem. Med- 



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197 



ical College of Virginia Alumni As- 
sociation; national treasurer, 1904- 
1914; delegate to national conven- 
tions, 1904-1914; practicing physi- 
cian, specialist in genito-urinary 
and venereal diseases, instructor in 
Medical College of Va.; m. Louise 
Crutchfield, Oct. 28, 1913. Address, 
301 E. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 

PRIDDY, Bessie Leach (Mrs.); na- 
tional historian of Delta Delta Del- 
ta; ed. Adrian College, A. B. 1891, 
University of Michigan, A. M. 1913; 
initiated by Gamma chapter, Feb. 
22, 1890; president and founder of 
chapter; mem. Delta Delta Delta 
Alumnae Alliance of Adrian College; 
national vice-president 1893-1897, 
historian 1902-1915; author of his- 
tory of the fraternity from 1885 to 
1907; delegate to all national con- 
ventions from 1892 to 1900 and as 
officer from 1906 to 1912; delegate 
to first Woman's Pan-Hellenic Con- 
gress at Boston, 1891; speaker for 
Delta Delta Delta at the World's 
Fair Congress, 1893; teacher of his- 
tory, Adrian High School, 1910 to 
1914; elected assistant professor of 
history for Michigan State Normal 
College, Sept., 1915; mem. Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution, 
Woman's Club; m. Frank E. Prid- 
dy. Address, 124 W. Maumee St., 
Adrian, Mich. 

PRIEST, Barbara Elizabeth Cramer; 
president of the alliance of Delta 
Delta Delta; ed. St. Lawrence Uni- 
versity, 1908; initiated by Beta 
chapter, Oct., 1904; president of the 
chapter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 



vice-president of St. Lawrence Uni- 
versity Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to Alpha Province convention 
of Nov., 1907; m. Professor Ward E. 
Priest. Address, Pleasant St., Can- 
ton, N. Y. 

PRINCE, William Loftln; grand mas- 
ter of district No. IV, Kappa Sig- 
ma; ed. Richmond College, 1898; in- 
itiated by Beta Beta chapter, March 
6, 1898; grand master of the chap- 
ter; mem, Richmond, Va., Alumni 
Association; delegate to each an- 
nual district convention; delegate to 
national conventions at New York, 
1910, and Louisville, 1912; principal 
of Richmond Academy; mem. A. F. 
and A. M.; m. Grace Woodhouse, 
Dec. 7, 1904. Address, 2423 Grove 
Ave., Richmond, Va. 

PR UGH, Hazel Adell; alliance presi- 
dent of Delta Delta Delta; ed. Mia- 
mi University, 1911; initiated by 
Delta Beta chapter, 1909; president 
of the chapter; contributed to the 
"Trident"; founded Delta Beta Alli- 
ance. Address, R. R. 1, Camden, 
Ohio. 

PURDUE, Ida Pace (Mrs. A. H.) ; Chi 
Omega; ed. University of Arkansas, 
1888; initiated by Psi chapter, 1896, 
as a faculty mem. when chapter was 
a local; president of the chapter; 
editor of the "Eleusis," 1899-1904; 
grand president, 1904-1910; attended 
five national conventions as a na- 
tional oflicer; delegate to National 
Pan-Hellenic, 1905; m. Dr. A. H. 
Purdue, Dec. 22, 1898. Address, 
1805 18th Ave. South, Nashville, 
Tenn. 



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PURINTON, John Alden; high private 
of Sigma Chi; Delta Chi; ed. West 
Virginia University, A. B. 1903, LL. 
B. 1905; initiated by Mu chapter, 
April, 1900, affiliated with Mu Mu 
chapter, 1901, of Sigma Chi; mem. 
West Virginia University Alumni 
Association; delegate to Lexington 
Kentucky, province convention; sec- 
retary of Fraternal Building Co., 
holding company for local chapter 
house; attorney; secretary Morgan- 
town Business Men's Association, 
mem. Knights of Pythias, I. O. 0. 
F., I. O. R. M., Knights of Malta; m. 
Bertha C. Browning, Aug. 15, 1900. 
Address, 172 Chancery Row, Mor- 
gantown, W. Va. 

PUTNAM, Donald Handle; section 
chief of Phi Gamma Delta; ed. Ohio 
Wesleyan University, 1908; initiated 
by Theta Deuteron, October, 1904; 
president of chapter; delegate to na- 
tional and district conventions; at- 
torney at law; mem. Masonic Or- 
ders, R. A. M., K. T., Shrine. Ad- 
dress, 421 W. Bath Ave., Ashland 
Ky. 



Q 



QUIGLEY, Eugene; chancellor of Del- 
ta Theta Phi; ed. St. Ignatius Col- 
lege, Cleveland Law School, 1903; 
initiated by Ranney chapter, one of 
the founders of Delta Phi Delta 
which merged with two others into 
Delta Theta Phi; judge of chapter; 
contributed articles to fraternity 
magazine; mem. Cleveland Alumni 
Association of Delta Theta Phi and 
Cleveland Law School Alumni Asso- 
ciation; supreme judge 1906-1908, 



associate judge 1908-1910, chancellor 
1913-1915; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1906, 1908, 1910, 1912, 
1913; delegate to Chicago convei* 
tion of 1913 (which united the three 
fraternities); lawyer; mem. Elks, 
Knights of Columbus; m. Mary Ben- 
trice Glidden, Oct. 8, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 1119 Williamson Bldg., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

QUIMBY, Elbert Whitney; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. University of South 
Dakota, 1915; initiated by South 
Dakota Sigma, Jan. 28, 1912; emi- 
nent archon of the chapter. Ad- 
dress, Ashton, S. D. 

R 

RADER, Jesse Lee; Sigma Nu; ed. 
Oklahoma State University, A. B 
1908, M. A. 1913; initiated by DelU 
Epsilon chapter, Feb. 20, 1909; re- 
porter of chapter; librarian, Uni- 
versity of Oklahoma, 1909 to date; 
mem. Royal Arch Masons; m. Mary 
Frances Simpson, July 26, 1911. Ad- 
dress, 527 W. Eufaula St., Norman, 
Okla. 

RAGAN, Carroll; secretary of Alumni 
Club of New York of Beta Theta Pi, 
ed. Wabash College, 1901, University 
of Illinois, 1902; initiated by Tan 
chapter, Jan., 1898, affiliated with 
Sigma Rho chapter; composed 3 
fraternity songs for chapter; treas- 
urer Wabash Society of New York; 
mem. University of Illinois Alumni 
Club; one of three founders of Beta 
Theta Pi chapter at University of 
Illinois; attended national conven- 
tion at Denver, Colo., 1906; news- 
paper reporter, then editor, later ad- 



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199 



vertising business; assistant secre- 
tary American Real Estate Com- 
pany, New York; mem. Masonic Or- 
der. Address, 527 Fifth Ave., New 
York City, residence, 1 Gramercy 
Park, New York City. 

RAILSBACK, Martha Louise; grand 
vice-president of Delta Zeta; ed. De- 
Pauw University, 1909; initiated by 
Delta chapter, 1909; president of 
the chapter; contributed to frater- 
nity magazine; mem. Indiana Alpha 
Alumnae Association; national cor- 
responding secretary, 1910-1914, as- 
sisted in extension work; Delta 
Zeta representative at Pan-Hellenic 
Congress, 1911 and 1912 ; teacher of 
Latin and German, 1909-1913. Ad- 
dress, 1628 N. Illinois St., Indianap- 
olis, Ind. 

RANDOLPH, Wassell; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. University of Tennes- 
see, 1900, and Columbia University, 
1901; initiated by Tenn. Kappa, 
Oct., 1898, affiliated with N. Y. Mu; 
eminent correspondent of the chap- 
ter; mem. and president of Memphis 
Alumni Asociation; delegate to 
Memphis national convention; law- 
yer; m. Phoebe Janet Russell of 
Beaver Dam, Wis., April 12, 1910. 
Address, 638 Randolph Bldg., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

RAWLINS, Edward William; president 
of Rho chapter Alumni Association 
of Beta Theta Pi; ed. Northwestern 
University, 1899; initiated by Rho 
Chapter, April 27, 1896; president of 
the chapter; mem. University Club 
of Chicago; mem. Deru (Northwest- 
ern senior society) ; attorney at law; 



m. Frances Northrop, Jan. 14, 1911. 
Address, 820 Hamlin St., Evanston, 
111. 

RAYNE, Mary Elizabeth; business 
manager of the magazine of Alpha 
Xi Delta; ed. University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1909; initiated by Theta chap- 
ter, Jan., 1906; recording secretary 
of the chapter; mem. Madison 
Alumnae Association; president of 
the building association of Theta 
chapter; delegate to National Pan- 
Hellenic Congress, Oct., 1913. Ad- 
dress, 110 N. Butler St., Madison, 
Wis. 

REDPATH, Robert Upjohn, president 
of eastern division of Delta Tail 
Delta; ed. University of Michigan, 
1902; initiated by Delta chapter; 
president of chapter; president of 
Delta Tau Delta Club of New York; 
delegate to national conventions at 
Milwaukee 1901, New York 1905, 
Pittsburgh 1909, Chicago 1911, In- 
dianapolis 1913; mem. Masonic Blue 
Lodge; m. May Sloneker, Oct. 11, 
1905. Address, home, 71 Maplewood 
Ave., Maplewood, N. J.; office, 147 
Waverly Place, New York City. 

REED, Jeannette; chairman examina- 
tion board of Delta Delta Delta; ed. 
Oklahoma University, 1910; initi- 
ated by Theta Gamma chapter, 1910, 
charter member; corresponding sec- 
retary of chapter; mem. Theta Gam- 
ma Alumnae Association; mem. 
Publication Board and Examination 
Board of national organization; 
high school teacher. Address, Box 
116, Tuskahoma, Okla. 

RE ED A, William; counsellor of Ep- 



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flilon district of Delta Theta Phi; 
ed. Illinois College of Law, 1906; in- 
itiated by Warvelle chapter, 1903; 
president of the chapter; national 
director and delegate to several na- 
tional conventions; attorney at law; 
chairman of political action commit- 
tee, Illinois Lawyers' Association; 
mem. Masons; m. Ethel Cardy, Dec. 
31, 1910. Address, 139 N. Clark St., 
Chicago, 111. 

REEDER, Dr. J. Dawson; F. A. C. S.; 
Kappa Psi; ed. University of Mary- 
land, 19*01; initiated by Delta chap- 
ter, 1897; organizer of the chapter; 
regent of the chapter, 1900-1901; 
mem. Medical Alumni and General 
Alumni Association of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland; secretary and 
treasurer of the grand chapter, 
1901-1903, regent of the alumni 
chapter 1908-1915; mem. Board of 
Incorporation; delegate to national 
conventions of 1900, 1901, 1902, 
1903; adj. faculty, University of 
Maryland; associate in rectal sur- 
gery; practice limited to rectal dis- 
eases; mem. American Association 
for the Advancement of Science, 
Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of 
Maryland, Fellow American College 
of Surgeons, Fellow American Med- 
ical Association; mem. Knights of 
Pythias; m. Anne Gary Gourley, 
1910. Address, 639 N. Fulton Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

REESE, Samuel Fletcher Demaree; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ed. Union 
University, 1860; initiated by Eta 
chapter, 1858; eminent correspon- 
dent of the chapter; has written and 



is writing many sketches of old 
members of the fraternity; helped 
establish Kentucky Epsilon chap- 
ter; attended Nashville national 
convention in 1898; lawyer and ed- 
itor; president and professor of 
Latin at Stonewall College, 1874- 
1879; mem. Masons and Odd Fel- 
lows. Address, Box 21, Trenton, 
Todd County, Kentucky. 

RYAN, John Harold; chief of Eighth 
District of Beta Theta Pi; ed. Yale 
University, 1908; initiated by Phi 
Chi chapter, March 27, 1906; corre- 
sponding secretary of chapter; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa; mem. and secre- 
tary of Toledo Alumni Chapter; 
chief of Eighth District, 1913; sub- 
stitute at national convention of 
1907; assistant manager of the Ar- 
buckle Regan Company. Address, 
2456 Monroe St., Toledo, Ohio. 

REID, Charles H. Jr.; high chancellor 
of Gamma Eta Gamma; ed. Univer- 
sity of Maine College of Law, 1903; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, Feb. 25, 
1901; sheriff of the chapter; con- 
tributed to annual publication; 
mem. Alpha Alumni chapter of 
Gamma Eta Gamma; high treasurer 
and high counsellor on national or- 
ganization; delegate to all national 
conventions; lawyer and United 
States commissioner; past exalted 
ruler, B. P. O. E.; chairman house 
committee, Bangor lodge; m. Mary 
C. Gayton, Jan. 10, 1910. Address, 
7 Hammond St., Bangor, Me 

REIN, Theodore Edwards; former 
national president of Delta Theta 
Phi; ed. at Northwestern University, 



LEADING GREEKS 



201 



University of Chicago, 1910; initi- 
ated by Wigmore Senate, 1907; 
president of chapter; mem. Chicago 
Alumni Association of Delta Theta 
Phi; delegate to national conven- 
tions 1908, 1909, 1910; national his- 
torian; director; district chancellor; 
contributing editor of "Paper Book"; 
delegate to inter-fraternity confer- 
ence; lawyer; mem. faculty of 
Northwestern Law School; mem. 
City Club of Chicago; mem. Coun- 
try Club; mem. Bar Association. 
Address, 137 South La Salle St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

RENO, Claude Trexler; editor of the 
"Palm" and worthy grand scribe of 
Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Chi; ed. 
Muhlenberg College and Dickinson 
University, 1905; initiated by Pa. 
Alpha Zeta chapter of A. T. 0., Oct. 
2, 1901; mem. Allentown Alumni 
Association; author of the "Man- 
ual" of Alpha Tau Omega; delegate 
to national conventions of 1906, 
1908, 1910, 1912, 1914, and to district 
conventions of the same years; dele- 
gate to the New York Inter-Frater- 
nity Conference of 1913; lawyer; 
mem. Legislature and candidate for 
Congress; m. May G. Appel, 1905. 
Address, Commonwealth Bldg., Al- 
lentown, Pa. 

RENSHAW, Donald; president of New 
Orleans Alumni Club of Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. Tulane University, 1910; 
initiated by Louisiana Alpha, Oct., 
1906; reporter for the chapter; 
executive committee of Tulanft 
University Alumni Association; 
mem. of committee of three that 



raised $15,000 in three months and 
had house under construction in 
that time for the local chapter; dele- 
gate to district convention of 1910; 
mechanical and electrical engineer. 
Address, 741 Esplanade Ave., New 
Orleans, La. 

RENTNER, Otto C.| master inspector 
of Delta Theta Phi; ed. DePaul Uni- 
versity, 1909; initiated by Warvelle 
Senate, Oct. 25, 1908; mem. Chicago 
Alumni Association; national secre- 
tary, 1911-1913; national president, 
1913-1914; of Alpha Kappa Phi be- 
fore consolidation with Delta Theta 
Phi; delegate to all national conven- 
tions 1910-1914; published Alpha 
Kappa Phi directory; delegate to 
Chicago Greek Conference, 1913; at- 
torney at law; mem. German Club, 
Chesterfield Country Club, Chicago 
Bar Association; m. Lillian Cramp, 
Oct. 22, 1912. Address, residence, 
2617 W. 22d Place, office, 728 Reaper 
Block, Chicago, 111. 

REPLOGLE, Louise Grant (Mrs. J. E.) ; 
secretary-treasurer Chicago Alumnae 
Association of Kappa Delta; ed. at 
Northwestern University, 1913; in- 
itiated by Lambda chapter, 1912; 
treasurer of chapter; Alumnae cor- 
respondent for the "Angelos" of 
Kappa Delta, and manager of "Life 
Subscription" list; active delegate 
to local Pan-Hellenic conference; m. 
Jacob E. Replogle. Address, 211 
Catalpa Ave., Chicago, 111. 

RETZ, Rosalie Mary; national secre- 
tary of Alpha Xi Delta; ed. Univer- 
sity of Illinois, 1909; initiated by 
Kappa chapter, 1905; president of 



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chapter; mem. Phi Delta Psi; at- 
tended Pan-Hellenic Congress in 
New York City, Oct., 1914; teacher 
in Ottawa Township High School. 
Address, 1625 East St., Ottawa, 111. 

REYNOLDS, Robert Low; secretary of 
Atlanta Alumni Chapter of Sigma 
Nu; ed. Mercer University, LL. B. 
1909; initiated by Eta chapter, 
Sept., 1908; corespondent for Geor- 
gia to Delta of Sigma Nu; secretary- 
treasurer of Mercer University 
Alumni Association of Atlanta; 
delegate to district conventions of 
Georgia at Athens, Ga., May, 1909; 
secretary of executive committee of 
Atlanta Alumni Chapter, which had 
charge of the entertainment of the 
16th grand council of Sigma Nu, 
held in Atlanta, 1912; lawyer; mem. 
Atlanta Bar Association. Address, 
619-20 Fourth National Bank Bldg., 
Atlanta, Ga. 

RICE, Earl Gannon; mem. of council 
of Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta 
Phi; ed. Syracuse University, A. B. 
1905, LL. B. 1907; initiated by Phi 
Gamma chapter of Delta Kappa Ep- 
silon, Oct., 1901, and Comstock chap- 
ter of Phi Delta Phi; Beta of the 
chapter; mem. Beta Delta Beta, Tau 
Theta Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Del- 
ta Sigma Rho (honorary); mem. 
Central New York and Puget Sound 
Associations of Delta Kappa Epsi- 
lon; secretary of Puget Sound Asso- 
ciation, 1909-1914; president of 
Province I of Phi Delta Phi and del- 
egate to national conventions at Co- 
lumbus, 1907, and Iowa City, 1908; 
mem. of council, 1908-1909, and 



chairman of New York Convention, 
1909, president 1909-1913, and re- 
elected 1911-1913, delegate to Chi- 
cago convention, 1913; mem. of the 
council of Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
1913-1914; lawyer at Syracuse, N. 
Y., 1907-1908, Seattle, Wash., 1908; 
instructor in law, University of 
Washington Law School, 1908-1914; 
m. Olga Alma Keefe, June 15, 1911. 
Address, 1601 L. C. Smith Bldg., 
Seattle, Wash. 

RICE, Robert Huntington; Theta Delta 
Chi; ed. Lafayete College, 1901; in- 
itiated by Phi chapter, 1897; presid- 
ing officer of the chapter in 1901; 
purchasing agent for Salem College. 
Address, Box 145 (Salem Station), 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

RICH, Irving Lyman; inspector of 
fourteenth division of Sigma Nu; 
ed. University of Vermont and Har- 
vard Law School, 1902; initiated by 
Beta Sigma chapter, 1899; com- 
mander of chapter; mem. Boston 
Alumni Chapter; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1902 and 1903; 
lawyer; alumni secretary of the 
University of Vermont. Address, 
512 Barrister Hall, Boston, Mass. 

RICHARDS, Alvin Dawson Moore; 
district grand master of Kappa Sig- 
ma; ed. at Southwestern Baptist 
University; initiated by Alpha Theta 
chapter, Sept. 30, 1905; grand scribe 
of chapter; mem. Oklahoma City 
Alumni Association of Kappa Sig- 
ma; district grand master; attor- 
ney-at-law. Address, Tahlequah, 
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203 



RICHARDSON, Dorothy; Alpha Delta 
Pi; ed. Lawrence College, 1911; in- 
itiated by Theta chapter, 1907; pres- 
ident of the chapter; contributed to 
magazine; mem. Theta Alumnae As- 
sociation; province president and 
editor of the "Adelphean" ; travel- 
ing inspector in the interest of ex- 
pansion; delegate to three national 
conventions; assistant delegate to 
National Pan-Hellenic Congress at 
Chicago; teacher of expression and 
English. Address, 308 Naymut St., 
Menasha, Wis. 

RICKARD, Richard Darke; mem. of 
council of Delta Kappa Epsilon; ed. 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 
1878; initiated by Psi Omega chap- 
ter, 1875; secretary and treasurer 
and director of the Psi Omega Asso- 
ciation incorporated to secure fund 
to build a chapter house; delegate 
to national convention at Williams- 
town, Mass., 1877; secretary-treas- 
urer and director of the New York, 
Ontario and Western Railway Co. 
and subsidiary lines. Address, 
Grand Central Terminal, New York 
City, residence, Summit, N. J. 

RICKS, William B.; president of Nash- 
ville Alumni chapter of Sigma Chi; 
ed. University of North Carolina, 
1889, and Vanderbilt University, 
1894; initiated by Alpha Tau chap- 
ter, May, 1889, affiliated with Alpha 
Psi chapter; consul of the chapter; 
grand praetor of 7th province and 
delegate to one district convention; 
mem. of constitutional revision com- 
mittee, 1896; installing officer at in- 
stallation of three chapters, visited 
many chapters all over country, con- 



vention orator at Pittsburgh biennial 
convention of 1911; delegate to four 
national conventions; minister, pas- 
tor of Tulip Street Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, South; mem. Masons 
and Odd Fellows; m. Nora Neal, 
Jan. 1, 1903. Address, 717 Russell 
St., Nashville, Tenn. 

RIDDICK, Walter Garreett; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; ed. Washington and Lee 
University, 1904; initiated by Pi 
chapter, October, 1901; held all of- 
fices in chapter; mem. Arkansas 
State Alumni Association of Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha; grand chancellor, 1909- 
1913; editor-in-chief of the Pi Kappa 
Alpha publications, 1910-1912; law- 
yer; honorary mem. of Delta Phi 
Delta. Address, Little Rock, Ark. 

RIDER, Paul Reece; associate editor 
of the "Journal" of Kappa Alpha; 
Acacia; ed. William Jewell College, 
A. B. 1909, A. M. Yale University, 
1914; initiated by Alpha Delta chap- 
ter of Kappa Alpha, 1905; ini- 
tiated into Chicago University 
chapter of Acacia, 1812, affili- 
ated with Yale chapter and became 
secretary, 1913, and president, 1914- 
1915; president of chapter of Kappa 
Alpha; initiated into Yale chapter 
of Sigma Xi, 1914; contributed to 
"Journal" of Kappa Alpha; mem. 
Kansas City and New Haven Alum- 
ni Associations; delegate to nation- 
al convention at Birmingham, Ala., 
1909; associate editor of "Kappa Al- 
pha Journal," 1910 to 1915; fellow 
and assistant in mathematics, Yale 
University. Address, Independence, 
Mo. 



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R1EBEL, Frederick, Jr.; archon of Ph 
Gamma Delta; ed. Purdue Univer 
sity, 1904; initiated by Lambda Iota 
chapter, 1902; treasurer of the chap- 
ter; president of Alpha Graduate 
chapter; delegate to national con 
ventions of 1911, 1912, 1913; elec- 
trical engineer; mem. Masons and 
Elks; m. Charlotte B. Hoffman 
1906. Address, 4815 Dodge St. 
Omaha, Nebr. 

RIETZ, Henry Lewis; Alpha Tau 
Omega and Gamma Alpha; ed. Ohio 
State University, A. B. 1889; Ph. D. 
Cornell University, 1902; graduate 
work, University of Illinois; initi- 
ated by Illinois Gamma Zeta chap- 
ter; mem. Sigma XI and Phi Beta 
Kappa (honorary); national presi 
dent of Gamma Alpha, 1914; pro- 
fessor of mathematical statistics, 
University of Illinois. Address, 1107 
W. Oregon St., Urbana, 111. 

RITCHIE, William Lloyd; Alpha Kap- 
pa Kappa; ed. University of Toron- 
to 1910; initiated by Alpha Epsilon 
chapter, April 6, 1905; president of 
chapter, 1907; deputy of Toronto 
district, 1909-1910; physician and 
surgeon to the Granky Consolidated 
Mining Co.; mem. A. F. and A. M.; 
m, Gladys M. Kennedy, June 22, 
1910. Address, Phoenix, B. C., Can- 
ada. 

ROADS, Conger G.; supreme recorder 
of Phi Alpha Delta; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; mem. Delta Sigma Rho; ed. 
Western Reserve University, 1912; 
initiated by John Hay chapter of 
Phi Alpha Delta, Nov. 17, 1909; su- 
preme marshal, supreme treasurer; 



mem. Cleveland Alumni chapter of 
Phi Alpha Delta; delegate to na- 
tional conventions, 1911, 1912, 1913; 
attorney-at-law; mem. order of Coif. 
Address, 911 Williamson Bldg., 
Cleveland, Ohio, 

ROAN, H. Acton; supreme president 
of Xi Psi Phi; ed. Chicago College 
of Dental Surgery, 1901; initiated 
by Lambda chapter, 1901; contrib- 
uted to "Quarterly" magazine; na- 
tional offices held: Board of direc- 
tors 1909-1910, secretary and su- 
preme vice-president 1910-1912, su- 
preme president 1912-1914, delegate 
to national conventions at Toronto, 

1910, Baltimore, 1912, and Minneapo- 
lis, 1914; practicing dental surgery; 
had charge of first Free Dental Dis- 
pensary in Minneapolis, established 
by the dental society and Associated 
Board of Charities; president Min- 
neapolis Dental Society, 1910. Ad- 
dress, 616 Donaldson Bldg., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

ROBBINS, Edwin Clyde; Delta Sigma 
Rho; ed. Iowa State University, A. 
B. 1910, A. M. 1912; initiated by 
Iowa State chapter, 1909; treasurer 
of chapter; mem. national executive 
committee, 1911 to date; professor of 
economics and sociology, Mt. Hoi- 
yoke College; compiled "The De- 
baters' Handbook Series" in sev- 
eral volumes on "Commission Plan 
of Municipal Government," "Open 
versus Closed Shop," "Central Bank 
of United States," "Reciprocity"; 

1911, wrote "High School Debate 
Book"; m. Helen H. Mossman, Oct., 



LEADING GREEKS 



1913. Address, Mt. Holyoke Col- 
lege, South Hadley, Mass. 

ROBERTS, Bonnidell Sisson; president 
of central province of Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. Baker University, Bald- 
win, Kans., 1909; charter mem., in- 
itiated by Omicron chapter, 1909; 
president of the chapter; mem. Nu 
Alpha, local; spent considerable time 
traveling for sorority on inspection 
and extension work; a violinist, in- 
terested in church, club, playground 
and social settlement work; m. 
Newton W. Roberts, 1910. Address, 
320 W. 6th St., Ottumwa, la. 

ROBERTS, Genevieve Kate; Sigma 
Alpha Iota; ed. College of Music, 
Cincinnati, O.; initiated by Eta 
chapter, Jan. 24, 1914; president of 
chapter; teacher of music. Address, 
318 S. 2nd St., Clarksburg, W. Va. 

ROBERTS, Samuel Henry; mem. su- 
preme advisory council of Phi Alpha 
Delta; ed. University of Michigan, 
A. B. 1905, LL. B. 1907; initiated by 
Campbell chapter, 1905; justice 
(chief executive) of chapter; mem. 
Chicago Alumni Association; su- 
preme justice and supreme recorder 
of fraternity; delegate to national 
convention of 1907 of Phi Alpha 
Delta and 1912 convention of Coif; 
compiled and edited Phi Alpha Del- 
ta Directory of 1910; mem. constitu- 
tion revision committee of 1908; at- 
torney for John V. Farwell Co.; 
mem. Coif (T. K. N.); m. Katherine 
Sherwood, June 15, 1912; mem. Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta. Address, office, 102 
S. Market St., Chicago, 111., resi- 



dence, 613 Central Ave., Wilmette, 
111. 

ROBERTSON, Virgil Otis; grand his- 
torian, 1905-1913, of Kappa Alpha; 
ed. University of Mississippi, 1904; 
initiated by Alpha Upsilon chapter, 
1900; I of the chapter; national G. 
H., 1905-1913; assisted in editing 
the general catalogue; delegate to 
national conventions of 1901, 1903, 
1905, 1907, 1909, 1911; lawyer; mem. 
Elks, Knights of Pythias and Jr. O. 
U. A. M. Address, 301-303 Century 
Bldg., Jackson, Miss. 

ROBERTSON, William Vans Murray 
Jr.; grand master Birmingham 
Alumni chapter of Kappa Sigma; 
mem. Phi Delta Phi; ed. University 
of Alabama, 1908, LL. B. 1910, LL. 
B. Yale University 1912; initiated 
by Beta chapter of Kappa Sigma, 
Jan., 1905, and Waite chapter of 
Phi Delta Phi, March, 1912; grand 
master of Kappa Sigma chapter; 
contributed to "Caduceus" of Kappa 
Sigma; served on several commit- 
tees, helped organize Pan-Hellenic 
at Alabama and Birmingham; dele- 
gate to district conventions of 1908 
and 1906, delegate to national con- 
vention, Chattanooga, 1906, as alter- 
nate, and to Denver, 1908, alumni 
delegate to Louisville, 1912; assist- 
ant manager Alabama Home Bldg. 
and Loan Association; attorney. Ad- 
dress, 2026 First Ave., Birmingham, 
Ala. 

ROBINSON, James Latlmer; Alpha 
Chi Rho; ed. Columbia University, 
1904; initiated by Phi Omega chap- 
ter, Nov., 1902; president of chap- 



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ter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; mem. 
Phi Omega Graduate chapter and 
New York Alumni Association; na- 
tional secretary 1908-1912; national 
president 1912-1914; attended all 
conventions since 1904 as delegate 
or officer; editor of "Labarum" (eso- 
teric publication); delegate to past 
three Inter-Fraternity Conferences; 
lawyer. Address, 309 Lafayette 
Ave., Brooklyn, N; Y. 

ROBINSON, Zora Ingersoll; Alpha 
Omicron Pi; ed. University of Min- 
nesota, 1914; initiated by Tau chap- 
ter, 1912; registrar of the chapter; 
mem. senior program committee; 
building committee, senior advisor, 
self-government association; alumni 
delegate to national convention; 
Pan-Hellenic delegate and door- 
keeper; teacher at Marietta, Minn. 
Address, Marietta, Minn. 

ROBITSHEK, Irving Herman; grand 
president of Phi Delta Chi; mem. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. University 
of Minnesota, 1905; initiated by 
Theta chapter, February, 1904; of 
Phi Delta Chi; mem. Theta Alumni 
Association; delegate to national 
conventions of last eight years; 
cleaner, dyer and laundry; mem. 
Masons, thirty-second degree; m. 
Ella Taussig, Feb. 14, 1912. Address, 
86-90 S. 10th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

RODES, Mary McEachin; grand secre- 
tary of Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. 
State University of Kentucky, 1909; 
initiated by Beta Chi chapter, Feb. 
12, 1910, charter member; mem. 
State University Alumnae Associa- 
tion; grand secretary, 1912, 1914, 



1916; delegate to National Inter- 
Fraternity Conference, National 
Pan-Hellenic Congress. Address, R. 
R. 8, Forest Park, Lexington, Ky. 

ROGERS, Allen Livingston; Kappa Al- 
pha; ed. Wofford College, 1909; in- 
itiated by Delta chapter, June, 1906; 
president of the chapter, 1909; con- 
tributed to "Kappa Alpha Journal"; 
delegate to Pan-Hellenic Council at 
Wofford College; fifth son to be in- 
itiated into Delta chapter, which 
was founded by his father and pres- 
ident of the chapter forty years 
after its founding, the last year of 
its existence when fraternities were 
abolished by the faculty; last dele- 
gate from Delta chapter to a na- 
tional convention, Birmingham, 
1909; head bookkeeper in The Cen- 
tral National Bank, Spartanburg, S. 
C. Address, 242 Hampton Ave., 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

ROGERS, Frank Fowler; editor of the 
"Rainbow" of Delta Tau Delta; ed. 
Stanford Jr. University, 1899; in- 
itiated by Beta Rho chapter, 1895; 
composed six songs for Delta Tau 
Delta; mem. New York Delta Tau 
Delta Alumni Club; mem. of arch 
chapter and manager of central of- 
fice; delegate to national convention 
of 1897; delegate to all inter-frater- 
nity conferences; editor and publish- 
er. Address, 122 E. 36th St., New 
York City. 

ROGERS, Gaillard Sherburne; Alpha 
Chi Rho; ed. Columbia University, 
1909; initiated by Phi Omega chap- 
ter, Nov., 1905; head of the chapter; 
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207 



of Alpha Chi Rho; mem. Phi Omega 
Graduate Association; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi (honor- 
ary) ; national instructor, 1911- 
1913, chairman of national conven- 
. tion committee, 1914, instituted Phi 
Gamma chapter; delegate to nation- 
al conventions of 1908, 1909, 1912, 
1914; geologist on U. S. Geological 
Survey, 1912-1914; taught in Colum- 
bia School of Mines, 1909-1911; m. 
Marie Willoughby, March 25, 1914. 
Address, U. S. Geological Survey, 
Washington, D. C. 

ROHR, Reinhardt; Alpha Delta Phi; 
ed. University of Michigan, 1884; 
initiated by Peninsular chapter, 
1880; secretary and treasurer of the 
William Rohr Sons & Co,; m. Clara 
Roch, July, 1900. Address, Manito- 
woc, Wis. 

ROM AIM, Armand; Kappa Sigma; ed. 
Tulane University, 1892; initiated 
by Sigma chapter, 1890; mem. Tu- 
lane Alumni Association; attended 
several conventions and acted as or- 
ator or toastmaster; lawyer, state 
senator 1896, major U. S. V. 1898- 
1899; mem. Louisiana Lodge of 
Free and Accepted Masons, Shrine; 
m. Jessica Coleman, 1898. Address, 
2013 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans, 
La. 

ROOD, Myrtle Merrill; Kappa Delta; 
ed. University of Alabama, A. B. 
1906, A. M. 1908; initiated by Zeta 
chapter, March 12, 1905; scribe or 
secretary of chapter; contributed to 
"Angelos" of Kappa Delta; ed- 
itor-in-chief of the "Angelos" of 
Kappa Delta; m. Prof. James T. 



Rood, July 29, 1908. Address, 424 
Clinton St., Easton, Pa. 

ROOT, William Webster; founder and 
secretary-treasurer of Alpha Omega 
Alpha; ed. Cornell University, B. S. 
1890, M. D., Rush Medical College, 
1904; founded fraternity Aug. 25, 
1902, at College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, Chicago; secretary of the 
chapter; contributed to fraternity 
magazine; first national president, 
then secretary-treasurer; did gen- 
eral promotional work for frater- 
nity, securing applications, design- 
ing badge and writing constitution; 
delegate to all national conventions; 
physician and surgeon; contributed 
to "Bulletin" of American Academy 
of Medicine; mem. Masons, Amer- 
ican Academy of Medicine, Associa- 
tion of Military Surgeons; 1st lieu- 
tenant, Medical Reserve Corps, U. S. 
Army, A. M. A.; m. Anna C. Bron- 
son. Address, Slaterville Springs, 
N. Y. 

ROSEMOND, Mary M.; Delta Gamma; 
ed. Iowa State University, 1893; 
initiated by Tau chapter, Nov. 9, 
1889; contributed to the "Anchora" 
of Delta Gamma; mem. national 
council, 1907-1911, vice-president; 
mem. Des Moines Woman's Pan-Hel- 
lenic Association; librarian; legisla- 
tive reference assistant in Iowa State 
Library, 1900-1915. Address, resi- 
dence, 1211 Pleasant St., business 
address, Iowa State Library, Des 
Moines, la. 

ROSHOLT, Ruth; Delta Gamma; ed. 
University of Minnesota, 1904; in- 
itiated by Lambda chapter, 1903; 



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chapter correspondent; mem. Sigma 
Rho (senior girls' society); mem. 
Minnesota Alumnae Association and 
Lambda Nu Association of Delta 
Gamma; national secretary; mem. 
committee to revise constitution and 
by-laws; head of catalogue depart- 
ment, Minneapolis Public Library. 
Address, 1925 Penn Ave., S. Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

ROSS, Evelyn Everitt; Phi Mu; ed. 
University of New Mexico, 1913; in- 
itiated by Xi chapter, May 15, 1910; 
president of the chapter; Zeta Prov- 
ince president; delegate to several 
national conventions; m. Edmund 
Ross, May 18, 1914. Address, 315 
N. llth St., Albuquerque, New Mex. 

ROTH, Florence E. Burton; national 
historian of Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
ed. University of Michigan, 1905; in- 
itiated by Beta Delta chapter, Oct., 
1901; contributed to the "Key" of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; grand secre- 
tary 1908-1910, grand president 
1910-1912, historian 1912 to date; 
delegate to national convention of 
1904 at Columbia, Mo.; mem. Na- 
tional Pan-Hellenic Congress, 1910- 
1911; m. Dr. A. H. Roth, Sept. 9, 
1908. Address, 264 W. 10th St., 
Erie, Pa. 

ROWE, Harlan Page; Acacia; ed. 
University of Michigan, 1905; in- 
itiated by Michigan chapter, charter 
member; president of the chapter; 
national president, 1905-1906; dele- 
gate to national convention of 1905; 
associated with Miner Chipman Or- 
ganization, Problems of Business 
Management; mem. Knights Tem- 



plars. Address, 209 Brattle Bldg., 
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Mass. 

ROWLEY, Ridgway Lloyd; president 
of the San Francisco Alumni Chap- 
ter of Kappa Alpha; ed. University 
of California, 1907; initiated by Al- 
pha Xi chapter, Feb. 6, 1904; for- 
mer secretary of San Francisco 
Alumni chapter and reorganized it 
after 1906; delegate to Pan-Hellenic 
Meeting, 1914; engineer with Board 
of Fire Underwriters of the Pacific; 
m. B. Perle Strite, Jan. 5, 1909. Ad- 
dress, 914 Merchants Exchange, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

ROYCROFT, Joseph Edward; vice- 
president of Alpha Delta Phi; Nu 
Sigma Nu; ed. University of Chi- 
cago, 1896; initiated by Chicago 
chapter, 1896, of Alpha Delta Phi; 
president of chapter; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; national recorder 1912-1914, 
national vice-president 1914-1916; 
delegate to national conventions 
of 1896, 1904, 1913; delegate to 
Inter-Fraternity Conferences of 
1913-1914; professor of hygiene, 
Princeton University; m. Elizabeth 
Butler, 1889. Address, 120 Broad- 
mead St., Princeton, N. J. 

ROYER, B. Franklin, M. D.; Phi Al- 
pha Sigma; ed. Jefferson Medical 
College, 1899; initiated by Delta 
chapter, April, 1899, charter mem- 
ber; scribus magnus 1903, primarius 
1904, delegate council of Magnum 
1901, 1902, 1903; active life member; 
drafted history of installation of 
Delta chapter, secured first and sec- 
ond chapter home of Delta chapter; 
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209 



1901, 1902, 1903, 1904; physician; 
resident physician, Jefferson Medi- 
cal College Hospital, 1899 to 1900; 
chief resident of same, 1902 to 1903; 
chief resident physician, Municipal 
Hospital for Contagious Diseases, 
1903-1908; associate chief medical 
inspector, State Department of 
Health, 1908 to 1910; chief medical 
inspector, State Department of 
Health, July, 1910, to date; mem. 
Fellow College of Physicians, Phil- 
adelphia, Fellow Royal Institute of 
Public Health, London, Fellow's 
Academy of Medicine, Harrisburg, 
Pa., American Medical Association, 
American Society of the State of 
Penn., Philadelphia County Medical 
Society, Philadelphia Pathological 
Society, Philadelphia Society of 
Tropical Medicine, American Pub- 
lic Health Association, American 
School Hygiene Association, Asso- 
ciation for the Study and Prevention 
of Infant Mortality, National Asso- 
ciation for the Prevention of Tuber- 
culosis, American Statistical Asso- 
ciation, University Club, Philadel- 
phia, Army and Navy Club, Wash- 
ington, D. C., Harrisburg Club, Har- 
risburg, Pa., Harrisburg Country 
Club, Anglenit Club, Harrisburg, 
Old Forge Fish Club, Monte Alto, 
Kittochtinny Historical Society; 
past master Mathias H. Henderson 
Lodge of F. and A. M., No. 661; has 
wriUen many papers and clinical re- 
ports on the treatment of various 
contagious diseases and on public 
health. Address, 331 Donaldson 
Apartments, Harrisburg, Pa. 



RUDD, Wortley F.; Phi Gamma Delta; 
ed. Richmond College, 1898; initi- 
ated by Rho Chi chapter, 1896; pres- 
ident of chapter; mem. financial 
committee of Rho Chi Chapter 
House Association; chemist; B. A. 
Richmond College, 1898; Ph. B. 
University College of Medicine, 
1902, M. A. Columbia University, 1911; 
head department of chemistry, Med- 
ical College of Virginia, 1913 to, 
date; 1902, assistant principal of 
schools, Manchester, Va.; 1904-1906, 
teacher of Richmond High School; 
1907-1913, professor of chemistry, 
University College of Medicine, 
Richmond; 1911, president Virginia 
Chemists' Club; 1913, assistant 
chemistry, Columbia University, N. 
Y.; mem. Masons, Virginia Chemist 
Club, Richmond Business Men's 
Club; m. Kate C. Vaden, 1905. Ad- 
dress, 120 CO'wardin Ave., Rich- 
mond, Va. 

RUEHE, Harrison A.; national treas- 
urer of Sigma Pi; ed. University of 
Illinois, 1911; initiated by Phi chap- 
ter; treasurer of the chapter; mem. 
Alpha Zeta (honorary agricultur- 
al); district archon; national treas- 
urer; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1914; instructor at Univer- 
sity of California, 1911-1912, instruct- 
or at University of Illinois, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 612 W. Illinois St., Urbana, 111. 

RUGG, Sarah G, Pomeroy (Mrs. F. 
A.); editor of the "Arrow" of the 
Pi Beta Phi sorority; ed. Boston 
University, 1906, A. B.; A. M., 1909; 
initiated by Mass. Alpha chapter, 
Dec. 13, 1902; corresponding secre- 



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tary and delegate to convention 
chapter; contributed to magazine; 
mem. Boston Alumnae Club of Pi 
Beta Phi ; alumnae editor of the "Ar- 
row," 1908-1910, editor-in-chief, 1911 
to date; delegate to national con- 
vention at St. Louis, 1904, Swarth- 
more, 1910, and Evanston, 1914; 
delegate to editors' conference of 
the National Pan-Hellenic Congress, 
Oct., 1913; teacher of English and 
history in Pittsford, Vt., High 
School, Jan., 1908, to June, 1909; 
teacher of English, Springfield Tech- 
nical High School, 1909, to 1910; 
holder of Pi Beta Phi Fellowship 
for 1910-1911; student University 
College, University of London, Eng- 
land, Sept., 1910, to June, 1911; trav 
eled in Europe until Nov., 1911; au 
thor of following booxs: Christmas 
in Many Lands (juvenile), Christ 
mas in Holland ("A Loyal Little Sub 
ject"), in Japan ("Soburo's Re- 
ward"), in Spain ("Mariquita's Day 
of Rejoicing"), in Sweden ("A Fes 
tival of Light" ) ; "Little-Known Sis 
ters of Weil-Known Men," a volum 
of essays published in 1912; "Th 
Italians," a study of Italian immi 
gration now in press; has written 
many magazine and newspaper art 
cles; correspondent for Boston paper 
while abroad; gives travel talks to 
clubs ; mem. Daughters of the Amer- 
ican Revolution. Address, 580 Com- 
monwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

RUNDALL, Charles O.; Sigma Chi; ed. 
Northwestern University, 1906; ini- 
tiated by Omega chapter, Oct. 15, 
1904; vice-president of the chapter; 
mem. Omega and Chicago Alumni 



Associations; secretary of latter for 
four years; secretary and incorpo- 
rater of Omega House Building As- 
sociation ; investigate application 
for a charter of local at N. Dakota 
University, later installed Beta Zeta 
chapter at University of N. Dakota; 
delegate to district convention of 
1905; lawyer; m. Mary J. Worster, 
Pi Beta Phi, June 20, 1911. Address, 
134 S. La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

RUN OLE, Robert Alfred; Delta Up- 
silon; ed. Colgate College, 1910; ini- 
tiated by Colgate chapter, 1907; 
chapter editor and chapter secre- 
tary; contributed several articles to 
Delta Upsilon "Quarterly"; secre- 
tary and treasurer of the Delta Upsi- 
lon Club of "W. Pennsylvania and 
one of two originators of Delta Upsi- 
lon Club of N. E. Pennsylvania; del- 
egate to the district convention of 
Central New York and Ontario, 
1909; instructor in mathematics in 
Carnegie Institute of Technology; 
m. Garretta A. Freeman, June 25, 
1913. Address, 5206 Woodlawn Place, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

RUNKLE, Benjamin P.; a founder of 
Sigma Chi; ed. Miami University, 
1857; the grand consul of Sigma 
Chi, 1895-1897, delegate to first and 
twenty-second grand chapters, orator 
at latter; brevet major-general Civil 
War, brevet Colonel U. S. Army; 
professor of military science and 
tactics, Peekskill Military Academy, 
1903-1904. Address, Germantown, 
Ohio. 

RYAN, E. P. Rhea; secretary of the 
New York Alumni Association of 
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ed. University of Nebraska, 1900; 
initiated by Alpha Psi chapter, 1899 
of Kappa Sigma; contributed to "Ca- 
duceus" of Kappa Sigma; mem. Chi- 
cago and New York Alumni Associa- 
tions of Kappa Sigma; mem. and 
chairman of committee which 
brought about the annual banquet of 
all fraternity men in the Philippine 
Islands, 1913; served five and one- 
half years as first lieutenant in the 
Dental corps of the U. S. Army; 
Sept. 1, 1914, began private prac- 
tice; mem. Masons, Thirty-Second 
Degree; m. Maybelle Chapman. Ad- 
dress, 452 5th Ave., New York City. 

RYAN, Oswald; former national secre- 
tary and national vice-president of 
Tau Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Theta; 
ed. Harvard University, 1911; ini- 
tiated by Harvard chapter of Tau 
Kappa Alpha, May 13, 1908; found- 
er; president of the chapter; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa; mem. Harvard Phi 
Delta Theta Alumni Club; delegate 
to national conventions of 1909, 1910, 
1911, 1912, 1913; lawyer and author 
of books and articles on municipal 
reform; candidate for mayor of An- 
derson, Ind.; formerly instructor at 
Harvard. Address, Anderson, Ind. 

RYDEN, Otto G.; Alpha Kappa Phi 
and Delta Theta Phi; ed. Northwest- 
ern University, 1905; initiated by 
Wigmore senate, 1903; chancellor of 
the senate; mem. Chicago Alumni 
Senate; director in national chapter 
of Alpha Kappa Phi and delegate to 
national conventions of 1906 and 
1907 and others; lawyer; mem. Ma- 
sonic and Mystic Shrine; m. Ger- 
trude E. Gibbs. Address, 614 Hart- 



ford Bldg., Chicago, 111., residence, 
1010 Elmwood Ave., Evanston, 111. 



SABIN, George Millar; ex-historian of 
the general council of Phi Delta The- 
ta; mem. Delta Mu; ed. University 
of Vermont, 1896; initiated by Ver- 
mont Alpha of Phi Delta Theta, Oct. 
19, 1892; president of the chapter; 
mem. Burlington Alumni Associa- 
tion of Phi Delta Theta; alumni 
commissioner; delegate to province 
convention at Schenectady, 1896; 
physician and surgeon; m. Mary W. 
Hickok, July, 1911. Address, 244 
Main St., Burlington, Vt. 

SAFFORD, Dorothy Noble; grand 
president of Alpha Omicron H; ed. 
Newcomb College and Tulane Uni- 
versity, 1910; initiated by Pi chap- 
ter, October, 1906; president of the 
chapter; chapter editor two years; 
contributed special articles to fra- 
ternity magazine; mem. New- 
comb College Alumnae Association; 
national visiting delegate included 
in president's office; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1910 and 1912; 
delegate to National Pan-Hellenic 
Congress and Chicago Greek Con- 
vention of 1913. Address, 1306 Web- 
ster St., New Orleans, La. 

SAGE, Edith Viola, editor-in-chief of 
Alpha Gamma Delta "Quarterly"; 
ed. at University of Minnesota, 1911; 
initiated by Delta chapter, May 9, 
1908; vice-president of chapter; 
mem. Alpha Gamma Delta Alumni 
Association; mem. University of 
Minnesota Alumni Association; dele- 



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gate to national convention at Madi- 
son, Wisconsin, 1913; president of 
Minnesota Association, 1913; mem. 
Sigma Nu honorary society; mem. 
Acanthus Literary Society; mem. 
Euterpean Glee Club; installing 
delegate of Alpha Gamma Delta 
chapter at University of Washing- 
ton; delegate to the students volun- 
teer convention in Rochester, N. Y., 
1910; mem. class of 1911 of the As- 
sociation Training School in New 
York City; Y. W. C. A. secretary; 
Bible secretary of Minneapolis Y. W. 
C. A.; mem. Daughters of the Revo- 
lution; mem. Minneapolis Woman's 
College Club. Address, 4216 Lin- 
den Hills Blvd., Minneapolis, Minn. 

SALE, John Graham; grand historiog- 
rapher since 1905 of Pi Kappa Al- 
pha; ed. Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity, 1902; initiated by Pi chap- 
ter, 1901; chief executive of the 
chapter; contributed to fraternity 
magazine; chairman of committee 
to rewrite the constitution which 
was adopted at the Chattanooga 
Convention in 1905, compiling a com- 
plete directory and manual; mem. 
of the supreme council for 10 years; 
delegate to the New York Inter-Fra- 
ternity Conference, 1912; lawyer, 
mem. firm of Stokes and Sale; mem. 
Blue Lodge, Chapter and Knights 
Templars; m. Nellie Moore Quinn, 
Dec. 1, 1908. Address, Welch, W. Va. 

SAMSON, Thomas Smallwood; Sigma 
Chi; ed. George Washington Univer- 
sity, 1865; initiated by Epsilon 
chapter, 1862; mem. Epsilon and 
New York Alumni Associations; 



clergyman; mem. Free and Accepted 
Masons and Independent Order of 
Odd Fellows; m. Marian Dodge 
Brown. Address, 627 E. Chelston 
Ave., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

SANDS, Mark; worthy grand master 
of Kappa Sigma, 1902-1906; ed. at 
University of Michigan, 1893; initi- 
ated by Alpha Zeta chapter, 1892; 
contributor to "Caduceus" of Kap- 
pa Sigma; first secretary of Alumni, 
1906-1908; delegate to six national 
conventions; delegate to Chi Alumni 
convention; district grand master, 
1900-1902; a founder of Chicago 
Alumni Association in 1895, holding 
all the offices at different times; law- 
yer; Thirty-second Degree Mason, 
Shriner, K. of P. Address, 20 E. 
Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. 

SANER, Robert Edward Lee; worthy 
high chancellor of Alpha Tau Ome- 
ga; ed. Vanderbilt University and 
University of Texas, 1896; initiated 
by Tenn. Beta Pi chapter, 1892; W. 
M. of chapter; president of Texas 
Alumni Association; worthy grand 
keeper of the annals; delegate to 
many national conventions; attor- 
ney at law; mem. Knights Templars 
and Thirty-Second Degree Mason; 
m. Ilcaine Marvin Smith, March 31, 
1903. Address, 320-3 Commonwealth 
National Bank Bldg., Dallas, Tex. 

SANFORD, Elmer B.; editor of the 
"Record" of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
ed. University of Michigan and Kan- 
sas University, 1903; initiated by 
Michigan Iota-Beta April 7, 1900; 
founder of Kansas Alpha; eminent 
archon of the chapter; president of 



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213 



Zeta province, 1903-1909; delegate to 
province conventions of 1905 and 
1907; mem. staff of first convention 
daily, editor of 1909 convention 
daily; associate editor of the "Rec- 
ord," 1903 to 1910, elected editor-in- 
chief 1910 to date; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of Washington, 
1902, Memphis, 1904, Atlanta, 1906, 
Atlantic City, 1909, Kansas City, 
1910, Nashville, 1912, Chicago, 1914; 
attorney at law; m. Allee Barbee, 
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 9, 1910. Ad- 
dress, 606 California Bldg., Los An- 
geles, Calif. 

SAPPER, Herbert V. L.; Sigma Chi 
and Phi Beta Pi; ed. University of 
Oklahoma, 1914; initiated by Beta 
Kappa chapter of Sigma Chi, 1912, 
and Alpha Lambda chapter of Phi 
Beta Pi; head of both chapters 1912, 
1913, 1914; mem. Oklahoma 41umni 
Associations of Phi Beta Pi and Sig- 
ma Chi; mem. national auditing 
committee of Phi Beta Pi; delegate 
to Minneapolis national convention 
of Phi Beta Pi, 1913, and alternate 
to Sigma Chi national convention at 
Oxford, Ohio, 1913; mem. of local 
Pan-Hellenic Council; instructor in 
bacteriology at the University of Ok- 
lahoma and assistant state bacteri- 
ologist. Address, State Laboratory, 
Norman, Okla. 

SAXTON, Irvin Sutherland; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon, Delta Theta Phi, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Xi Tau Kappa; ed. Uni- 
versity of Tennessee 1907-1912, Yale 
University 1912-1913; initiated by 
Tenn. Kappa of S. A. E., Oct. 14, 
1907, Freeman senate of Delta Theta 



Phi, Tenn. chapter of Phi Kappa 
Phi, Xi Tau Kappa, a Yale local; 
eminent archon of Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon chapter; secretary of Tenn. 
Kappa Corporation to build chapter 
house; secretary of Yale Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon Club; attorney at law; 
B. A. 1910 and LL. B. 1912 from Uni- 
versity of Tennessee, LL. B. Yale 
University 1913. Address, office, Me- 
chanic Bank and Trust Bldg., Knox- 
ville, Tenn., residence, Dandridge 
Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. 

SAVERS, Warner P.; president of the 
Cincinnati Alumni Association Kap- 
pa Sigma; ed. University of Ken- 
tucky, 1909; initiated by Beta Nu 
chapter, Sept. 30, 1905; delegate to 
national convention at Denver, 1908; 
salesman for the F. D. Lawrence 
Electric Co.; mem. Masonic Lodge. 
Address, 219 W, 4th St., Cincinnati, 
Ohio 1 . 

SCARBOROUGH, Jewel Davis (Mrs. 
Dallas) ; national president of Alpha 
Delta Pi; ed. Wesleyan College, A. 
B. 1904, Texas University, A. B. 
1907; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
1903, affiliated with Delta chapter; 
president of the chapter; contrib- 
uted to fraternity magazine and 
composed fraternity songs; mem. 
Wesleyan and University of Texas 
Alumni Associations; national sec- 
retary, treasurer, vice-president and 
president; helped organize Alpha 
Delta Pi as a national sorority; dele- 
gate to national conventions at New 
Orleans, 1907, and Chicago. 1913; 
delegate to National Pan-Hellenic 
Congress of 1913 and 1914; regent of 



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the John Davis chapter of the 
Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion; m. Dallas Scarborough, 1908. 
Address, Box 446, Abilene, Tex. 

SCARDINO, Peter H.; deputy grand 
master of Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. 
medical college, Tulane University, 
1907; initiated by Alpha Beta chap- 
ter, 1904; vice-president of the chap- 
ter; organized and is president of a 
local alumni association; mem. Tu- 
lane Alumni Association; phvsician 
and surgeon, assistant health officer 
city of Houston; mem. fourth degree 
Knights of Columbus; m. Maud Mul- 
ler, Oct. 26, 1911. Address, 912 
Chronicle Bldg., Houston, Tex. 

SCHAEFER, Joseph E.; supreme first 
vice-president of Xi Psi Phi; mem. 
Phi Delta Phi; ed. Chicago College 
of Dental Surgery, 1908; initiated 
by Lambda chapter, 1905, of Xi Psi 
Phi; contributed to magazine; presi- 
dent of Chicago Alumni Association; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1907, 1912, 1914; professor of dental 
jurisprudence and associate profes- 
sor of prosthetic dentistry, Chicago 
College of Dental Surgery. Address, 
5720 Midway Park, Chicago, 111. 

SCHANTZ, Henry Franklin; Alpha 
Tau Omega; ed. Muhlenberg Col- 
lege, 1888; initiated by Alpha Iota 
chapter, 1888; president of Reading, 
Pa., Alumni Association; physician 
and surgeon, surgeon to Homeopath- 
ic Hospital, ex-president Homeopath- 
ic Medical Society of Pennsylvania; 
mem. Masonic, Blue Lodge, Chapter, 
Commandery and Mystic Shrine. 
Address, 402 N. 5th St., Reading, Pa. 



SCHEE, Florence; mem. extension 
committee of Pi Beta Phi; ed. North- 
western University, 1912; initiated 
by 111. Epsilon, Dec. 6, 1904; presi- 
dent of the chapter; contributed to 
"Arrow" of Pi Beta Phi; mem. In- 
dianola, la., Alumnae Association; 
delegate to twenty-second biennial 
convention; secretary to President 
of Simpson College. Address, 406 N. 
Buxton St., Indianola, la. 

SCHERFEE, Eleanor A. F. (Mrs. 
Samuel H. ) ; president of Los An- 
geles Alliance of Delta Delta Delta, 
1913-1914; ed. Stanford Jr. Univer- 
sity, 1909; initiated by Omega chap- 
ter, Jan. 14, 1909; mem. Sigma Xi; 
mem. Los Angeles Branch of Asso- 
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae; mem. 
of board of extension of Delta Delta 
Delta; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1912 at Columbus, Ohio; 
teacher of science in Los Angeles 
High School for three years; m. 
Samuel H. Scherfee, July, 1914. Ad- 
dress, 1023 W. Sixth St., Los An- 
geles, Calif. 

SCHLICT, Elsa I.; province vice- 
president of Pi Beta Phi; ed. Uni- 
versity of Wooster, 1912; initiated 
by Ohio Gamma, Sept. 20, 1910; 
chairman of rushing committee of 
chapter; contributed to the "Arrow" 
of Pi Beta Phi; president Wooster 
Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi; vice- 
president of Beta province, delegate 
to national convention at Swarth- 
more, 1910; delegate to inspect pe- 
titioning chapter; teacher of Latin 
and German in Bellevue High 
School for two years; M. A. Univer- 



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sity of Wisconsin, 1914-1915, during 
leave of absence. Address, 219 W. 
Sandusky St., Bellevue, Ohio. 

SCHNADER, William A.; vice-presi- 
dent and legal adviser of the na- 
tional council of Chi Phi; mem. Phi 
Delta Phi; ed. Franklin and Mar- 
shall College, 1908; initiated by Zeta 
chapter of Chi Phi, 1904; president 
of the chapter; edited chapter pub- 
lication, 1906; mem. Chi Phi Circle 
of Philadelphia; delegate to national 
convention of 1908; lawyer and law 
teacher in University of Pennsylva- 
nia Law School. Address, 3400 
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

SCHRADER, Erich Julius; grand 
regent of Theta Tau; ed. University 
of Minnesota, 1905, E. M.; charter 
member and founder of Theta Tau; 
mem. Alpha chapter; regent of chap- 
ter, 1904-1905; contributed to frater- 
nity magazine; mem. S.-W. and Twin 
City Alumni Associations and presi- 
dent of former 1908-1910; grand re- 
gent since founding of fraternity; 
wrote original and present constitu- 
tion and ritual; delegate to all na- 
tional conventions; mining engineer, 
general manager Pittsburgh Dolores 
Mining Co.; mem. University Club 
of Minneapolis, Lambs' Club of Hel- 
ena, Mont., American Institute of 
Mining Engineers; contributed to 
many technical publications; mem. 
Masonic Lodge. Address, Rockland, 
via Yerington, Nevada. 

SCHRADER, Herman F.; associate 
editor of the "Centaur" of Alpha 
Kappa Kappa; ed. at University of 
Minnesota and Jefferson Medical 



College, 1910; initiated by Epsilon 
chapter, Feb. 15, 1907; correspond- 
ing secretary of chapter; mem. Uni- 
versity of Minnesota Alumni Club 
and Jefferson Medical College Alum- 
ni Club; delegate to national con- 
vention at New Orleans, 1909; phy- 
sician and surgeon, University of 
Minnesota, 1903; assistant depart- 
ment of Botany, 1901-1903; Interne 
St. Vincent's Hospital, at Birming- 
ham, Ala., 1910-1911; mem. Sigma 
Xi; honorary mem., Botanical Re- 
search Club of University of Min- 
nesota; vice-grand, Wilsall Lodge 
No. 103, I. O. O. F.; mem. B. 
P. O. E. Address, Wilsall, Mont. 

SCOTT, Walter; mem. committee on 
extension of Sigma Nu; ed. Mt. 
Union College and Ohio Wesleyan 
University; initiated by Beta Iota 
chapter, 1900; president of Boston 
Alumni Chapter and treasurer of 
Chicago Alumni Chapter, 1903-1905; 
delegate to fourteenth divisional con- 
vention of 1914 and to national con- 
ventions at Indianapolis, 1911-1912; 
lawyer; A. B. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, A. M. and LL. B. Northwest- 
ern University; mem. Masons and 
Acacia. Address, Barrister's Hall, 
Boston, Mass. 

SEARLE, Lucy Osborn; treasurer of 
Delta Delta Delta; ed. Wesleyan 
University, 1896; initiated by Sig- 
ma chapter, charter member; chap- 
lain of the chapter; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; grand treasurer, 1902-1903; 
delegate to national convention at 
Galesburg, 111., June, 1903; teacher 
and lady principal at Fort Edward 



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Collegiate Institution; now teacher 
at American International College. 
Address, American International 
College, Springfield, Mass. 

SEARS, Walter James, grand re- 
corder and editor of Sigma Nu; ed. 
Ohio State University, 1894; initi- 
ated by Nu chapter, September, 
1889, affiliated with Beta Nu chap- 
ter; commander of chapter; mem. 
Columbus, Ohio, Alumni Association 
of Sigma Nu; delegate to district 
convention; delegate to national con- 
vention; national grand historian, 
1903-1913; author "Creed of Sigma 
Nu" and "Letters to My College Fra- 
ternity"; founder of Beta Nu chap- 
ter; delegate to interfraternity con- 
ference of 1913; mem. committee on 
Fraternity Legislation; publisher 
and manufacturer; trustee of Ohio 
State University since 1907; m. Jes- 
sie Carpenter, 1904. Address, 116 
W. Spring St., Columbus, Ohio. 

SELLMEYER, Bernard L.; grand his- 
torian and editor of the "Centaur" 
of Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. Jefferson 
Medical College, 1912; initiated by 
Epsilon chapter, Oct. 23, 1908; cor- 
responding secretary and historian 
of the chapter, 1910-1912; mem. Jef- 
ferson Medical College Alumni Asso- 
ciation; physician; clinical assistant 
in diseases of the ear of the Phila- 
delphia Polyclinic and College for 
graduates of medicine, 1913-1914; 
clinical assistant in laryngology, Jef- 
ferson Hospital for Diseases of the 
Chest; clinical assistant in laryngol- 
ogy, Jefferson Medical College Hospi- 
tal, assistant in ear, nose and throat 



department, Pennsylvania Hospital; 
mem. Camden County and New Jer- 
sey State Medical Societies. Ad- 
dress, Gloucester, N. J. 

SELVAGE, Watson Bartemus; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. St. Stephens Col- 
lege, 1898, Cornell, Pennsylvania, 
Harvard, Columbia, Windsor and 
Manchester Universities; initiated 
by N. Y. Sigma Phi, Feb. 21, 1895, af- 
filiated with N. Y. Alpha and Penn. 
Theta; eminent archon of chapter; 
mem. Phi Epsilon; president of prov- 
ince twice and delegate to province 
convention from N. Y. Alpha, 1902; 
wrote fraternity song and author of 
burial ritual; delegate to national 
convention at St. Louis, 1896, Nash- 
ville, 1898, Boston, 1900, Washing- 
ton, 1902, visitor at Nashville, 1912; 
educator. Address, 7 Wiley Ave., 
Chautauqua, N. Y. 

SEWELL, Wayne Pendleton; vice- 
regent of Sigma Nu; ed. Mercer Uni- 
versity, 1903; initiated by Eta chap- 
ter, September, 1898; eminent 
commander of the chapter; 
contributed many articles to 
the "Delta" of Sigma Nu; mem. 
Atlanta Alumni Association ; inspec- 
tor of the district and delegate to 
five district conventions; established 
chapter at Stetson University, dele- 
gate to national conventions at Chi- 
cago, Indianapolis, and Atlanta; del- 
egate to Pan-Hellenic Council at Uni- 
versity of Alabama; engaged in Ly- 
ceum, and Chautauqua work. Ad- 
dress, 1108 Healy Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

SHAPIRO, Victor Mansfield; mem. of 
administrative council of Delta Sig- 



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217 



ma Phi; ed. New York University, 
1913; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
March, 1909; president of the chap- 
ter; contributed to fraternity maga- 
zine; delegate to district conventions 
of 1910 and 1911; delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1912; cartoonist 
and publicity man for "Hearst's 
Magazine." Address, 149 East 82nd 
St., New York City. 

SHAW, Leon Irwin; grand recorder- 
treasurer of Alpha Chi Sigma; ed. 
at Alfred University, Syracuse Uni- 
versity, and Wisconsin University, 
1911; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
Dec. 2, 1909; mem. Chicago Alumni 
chapter; delegate to national con- 
ventions, 1912 and 1914; delegate to 
Chicago Greek Conference, May SC- 
SI, 1913; mem. Quarterly Board; in- 
structor in chemistry, Northwestern 
University. Address, University 
Club, Evanston, 111. 

SCHEIBLEY, F. M.; national secretary 
of Delta Upsilon; ed. Lafayette Col- 
lege, 1898; initiated by Lafayette 
chapter, 1899; president of the chap- 
ter; mem. Lafayette Alumni Asso- 
ciation; editor of the "Quarterly" of 
Delta Upsilon; delegate to national 
conventions of 1897 at Amherst, 
Mass., and 1898 at Philadelphia; 
manager and treasurer Strath Haven 
Inn Co.; m. Anna Thomas. Address, 
Strath Haven Inn, Swarthmore, Pa. 

SHELDON, Carl Edmunds; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. University of Illi- 
nois, 1902; initiated by Illinois Beta, 
Jan. 28, 1899; eminent archon of the 
chapter for four terms; president of 
Delta province, 1902-1906; delegate 



to district conventions at Columbus, 
O., 1900, Champaign, 111., 1902, Min- 
neapolis, Minn., 1904, Lafayette, 
Ind., 1906; national chapter house 
officer, 1904-1906, eminent supreme 
deputy archon, 1906-1910, editor of 
the "Phi Alpha" (secret organ), 
1906-1910, delegate to national con- 
ventions at Boston, 1900, Washing- 
ton, D. C., 1902, Memphis, 1904, At- 
lanta, 1906, Atlantic City, 1909, Kan- 
sas City, 1910; appointed as pros- 
ecutor to represent the fraternity 
for Zeta province in Simpson Col- 
lege case; employed to incorporate 
national fraternity under the laws 
of Illinois; attended supreme coun- 
cil meetings at Boston, 1907, and 
Champaign, 111., 1910; city attorney 
for Sterling, 111., 1902-1914; mem. 
Board of Education, 1908-1914, judge 
of city court, 1914 to date; mem. A. 
F. and A. M., Royal Arch Masons, 
Knights Templars, Order of Eastern 
Star, B. P. O. E., Red Men, Royal 
Arcanum. Address, 608 Avenue C, 
Sterling, 111. 

SHEPARDSON, Francis Wayland; 
general secretary of Beta Theta Pi; 
mem. Acacia; ed. Dennison College, 
1882; initiated by Alpha Eta chap- 
ter, March 19, 1880, of Beta Theta 
Pi; Chicago chapter of Acacia; cor- 
responding secretary of Alpha Eta 
chapter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; con- 
tributed many articles, reports to 
fraternity magazine and one song; 
mem. Chicago Alpha Alumni Asso- 
ciation of Beta Theta Pi; district 
chief; delegate to district conven- 
tion of .1881; national offices held: 
trustee, general secretary, associate 



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editor of the "Beta Theta Pi" for 10 
years, mem. song book committee for 
last three editions, editor of last edi- 
tion Beta Theta Pi constitution and 
by-laws, started and edited for four 
years "Alpha Eta's Shrine," a print- 
ed magazine designed to encourage 
chapter loyalty, joint editor of the 
Ritual of Beta Theta Pi; invited to 
attend and address the national con- 
ventions of Sigma Chi and Phi Del- 
ta Theta in 1913; grand president of 
the Acacia fraternity three terms, 
1910-1914, joint author of Acacia 
Ritual; secretary to Chicago chapter 
of Phi Beta Kappa since 1900, dele- 
gate to council 1900 and 1913, sen- 
ator of the united chapters 1913- 
1919; delegate to all sessions of the 
Inter-Fraternity Conference, secre- 
tary four years, chairman 1914; pro- 
fessor at the University of Chicago; 
mem. A. F. and A. M., R. A. M., K. 
T.; m. Cora Whitcomb, Sept. 3, 1884. 
Address, 5558 Kimbark Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

SHEPPARD, Walter Lee; attorney- 
general of Phi Kappa Psi, 1906; ed. 
University of Pennsylvania, 1901, 
1904; initiated by Pennsylvania, 
Iota chapter, 1898; president of 
chapter; mem. Philadelphia Alumni 
Association; delegate to district 
convention from 1901 to 1913; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1906, 
1908, 1912, 1913; mem. national 
committee; delegate to interfra- 
ternity conference, 1912; lawyer; 
mem. firm of Porter, Foulkrod and 
McCullogh; m. Martha Houston 
Evans. Address, 6706 Cresshum 



Road, Germantown, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

SHOCKLEY, Hugh Thomas; Kappa 
Sigma; ed. Wofford College, 1900; 
A. B. and A. M.; initiated by Alpha 
Nu chapter, 1898; grand master of 
the chapter; district grand master 
ten years; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1904, 1906, 1908 as offi- 
cer; taught Wofford College, 1900- 
1904, city schools of Spartanburg, 
1904-1907, head master and owner 
of Hostoe School for Boys, 1907; 
past chancellor of Knights of Pyth- 
ias, imperial representative D. O. K. 
K., past commander of Spartanburg 
Commandery of Knights Templars. 
Address, 245 N. Church St., Spartan- 
burg, S. C. 

SHUGART, Nettie May Wills; presi- 
dent of Delta Alumni of Delta Zeta; 
ed. Doane College, B. S., and Univer- 
sity of Nebraska, A, M., 1911; ini- 
tiated by Zeta chapter, Feb. 12, 1910; 
chaplain of the chapter; mem. Doane 
College and Falls City, Nebr., Alum- 
nae Associations; national corre- 
sponding secretary, 1914-1916; dele- 
gate to national convention from 
alumnae association in 1914; assist- 
ed at installation of Iota chapter at 
Iowa University; delegate to local 
Pan-Hellenic at University of Ne- 
braska; ceramic artist and teacher 
of china painting and water color; 
chairman of art committee of Nebr. 
Federation of Woman's Clubs for 2 
years; mem. Lincoln Woman's Club, 
Royal Highlander, Daughter of Re- 
bekah; m. Charles E. Shugart, Oct. 
11, 1906. Address, 312 N. 14th St., 
Lincoln, Nebr. 



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219 



SIDBURY, J. Buren; Chi Zeta Chi; ed. 
A. B. Trinity College, N. C., A. M., 
M. D., Columbia University, 1912; 
initiated by Beta chapter, 1908; em- 
inent grand of the chapter; assisted 
in the organization of New York 
Alumni chapter and president, 1912- 
1913; assisted in establishing Beta 
and Epsilon chapters; graduate of 
Roosevelt Hospital, 1914, and New 
York ^Foundling Hospital, April, 
1915. Address, 175 E. 68th St., New 
York City. 

SIEGEL, Alvin Erdreich, editor-in- 
chief of "Journal of Omega Upsilon 
Phi"; ed. at Jefferson Medical Col- 
lege, 1910; initiated by Rho chapter, 
Omega Upsilon Phi, January, 1908; 
first junior master of chapter; mem. 
of Philadelphia Alumni Association 
of Omega Upsilon Phi; delegate to 
national conventions of 1908, 1909, 
1913, 1914; national grand master of 
ceremonies; exchange editor of 
"Omega Upsilon Phi Journal" for 
1909, 1910, 1911; physician. Ad- 
dress, 1618 Pine St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

SIGMAN, John Monroe; Chi Zeta Chi; 
ed. Medical Department, University 
of Georgia, 1904; initiated by Milton 
Anthony chapter, Dec., 1903; mem. 
University of Georgia Alumni Asso- 
ciation; one of ten founders; physi- 
cian limiting work to dermatology; 
mem. Macon Hospital Staff, visiting 
dermatologist; mem. American Med- 
ical Association, Southern and Geor- 
gia Medical Associations; mem. 
Sparta Lodge, No. 442, A. F. and A. 
M.; mem. Macon Medical Society; m. 



Leila K. Richbourg, 1910. Address, 
Georgia Casualty Bldg., Macon, Ga. 

SILVERSON, Katharine Taney; visit- 
ing delegate and mem. of executive 
board of Gamma Phi Beta; ed. Uni- 
versity of Minnesota, 1906; initiated 
by Kappa chapter, 1902; mem. Min- 
neapolis Alumnae Association; vis- 
iting delegate, 1913-1914; mem. 
Gamma Phi Beta House Association 
Board, delegate to national conven- 
tion at Minnesota, 1906, and Wiscon- 
sin, 1914; mem. Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil for four years at Minnesota; m. 
Charles Silverson, Jan. 27, 1908. Ad- 
dress, 224 Broadway, New Ulm, 
Minn. 

SIMMONS, Haydn Mozart; Alpha 
Kappa Kappa; Phi Delta Chi; ed. 
University of California, medical de- 
partment; initiated by Sigma chap- 
ter of Alpha Kappa Kappa, Dec., 
1898, and Zeta chapter of Phi Delta 
Chi, charter member; treasurer of 
Sigma chapter; mem. Zeta Chapter 
Alumni Association ; deputy to grand 
president of Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
delegate to national conveniion at 
Chicago, 1902, delegate to national 
convention of Phi Delta Chi at Co- 
lumbus, O., Feb., 1914; practicing 
physician and associate professor of 
pharmacy and materia medica, Uni- 
versity of California; mem. Scottish 
Rite Masons; m. Nell Church Beale, 
July 19, 1907. Address, 757 Phelan 
Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. 

SIMONDS, Donald Dwight: Theta 
Chi; ed. Worcester Polytechnic In- 
stitute, 1908; initiated by Epsilon 
chapter, Oct. 4, 1906; initiated into 



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Pi Omega Pi, a local at that time; 
treasurer of the chapter; mem. 
Worcester Alumni Association; 
mem. Grand chapter, delegate to 
national convention at Boston, 
Mass., 1914; formerly foreman of 
machine shop of Reed & Prince 
Manufacturing Co., Worcester, 
Mass.; superintendent of Bird & 
Son paper box factories of East 
Walpole, Mass.; superintendent of 
Corrugated Shipping Case factory 
of J. M. Raff el Co., Baltimore, Md.; 
traveling salesman in Connecticut 
for Globe Register Co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio; mem. all Masonic bodies of 
York Rite of A. P. and A. M. and 
A. A. O. of Mystic Shrine. Address, 
12 Beeching St., Worcester, Mass. 

SIMPSON, Thomas McNider Jr.; Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon; ed. Randolph- 
Macon College and University of 
Virginia, 1907; initiated by Virginia 
Omicron, Oct., 1902; eminent deputy 
archon of the chapter; contributed 
to S. A. E. "Record" and "Phi Alpha" 
and wrote two songs; secretary- 
treasurer of Province Gamma, 1906- 
1910, president, 1910-1912; delegate 
to Province Gamma conventions of 
1908, 1910, 1912; delegate to Kansas 
City national convention of 1910; 
associate editor of the "Record" 
since 1906 and exchange editor since 
1909; professor of mathematics, Con- 
verse College, and mem. Astronom- 
ical Society of America; past chan- 
cellor of Spartan Lodge, No. 155, of 
S. Carolina of Knights of Pythias. 
Address, Spartanburg, S. C. 

SINTON, Arthur Clayton, Jr., M. D.; 



Kappa Sigma; Pi Mu; ed. Richmond 
College, 1910; initiated by Beta Beta 
chapter, Feb., 1907, of Kappa Sigma; 
grand master of chapter; mem. Rich- 
mond Alumni Association; secretary 
of third district, 1912-1914; delegate 
to national convention at New York, 
1910; physician. Address. 1016 
Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 

SISSON, Francis Hinckley; national 
president of Beta Theta Pi; 'ed. 
Knox College, 1892, and Harvard 
University, 1893; initiated by Xi 
chapter, 1888, affiliated with Eta 
chapter; corresponding secretary of 
the chapter; wrote one song; mem. N. 
Y. Beta Theta Pi Club; general treas- 
urer, general secretary, trustoe and 
president; delegate from the chapter 
to national convention of 1891; ad- 
vertiser, vice-president H. E. Lesan 
Advertising Agency, 440 4th Ave., 
New York City; m. Grace Loss, June 
16, 1897. Address, 70 Undercliff St., 
New York City. 

SLIFER, H. Seger; editor of the 
catalogue and magazine of Chi Psi; 
ed. Wesleyan University and Univer- 
sity of Michigan, 1911; initiated by 
Alpha Alpha chapter. Address, Room 
307, 50 Pine St., New York City. 

SLOCUMB, Mary Willis; grand presi- 
dent of Alpha Gamma Delta; ed. at 
University of Wisconsin, 1907; 
initiated by Beta chapter, 1905; 
president of chapter; president 
Beta province, 1909-1911; national 
secretary, 1907-1909; president, 
1911-1915; delegate to national con- 
ventions in 1907, 1909, 1913; dele- 
gate to national Pan-Hellenic Con- 



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gress of 1910-1912; m. Dr. H. H. 
Slocumb. Address, Elgin, Minn. 

SMALL, Rainie Adamson (Mrs. W. 
F.); former grand president of Pi 
Beta Phi; ed. University of Colorado, 
1880, A. B. Lombard College, 1886, 
A. M. 1889; initiated by 111. Beta, 
Jan. 26, 1883; president of the chap- 
ter; mem. Seattle, Washington, 
Alumnae Association; national 
grand president three terms, re- 
signed 1890; elected national histo- 
rian but did not serve; given first 
jeweled pin for services in changing 
name of sorority to Pi Beta Phi and 
changing the pins from plain to jew- 
eled; helped establish Washington 
Alpha chapter; delegate to national 
convention at Lawrence, Kan., 1885; 
Pi Beta Phi representative at 
World's Fair at Chicago, 1893; coun- 
ty school superintendent, good roads 
and farm development worker, treas- 
urer of N. W. Washington Horticul- 
ture Society, superintendent Juve- 
nile Growers Pacific National Dahlia 
Society; m. Wallace F. Small, June 
16, 1886. Address, Everett, Wash. 

SMILEY, William Compton; worthy 
grand keeper of annals of Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. University of Minne- 
sota, 1908; initiated by Minnesota 
Gamma Nu chapter, 1906; mem. Los 
Angeles and Minnesota Alumni As- 
sociations; chief of third province, 
1910, and delegate to province con- 
vention at Minneapolis, 1911; wor- 
thy grand keeper of the annals.. 1912, 
compiler of the "Chapter Hand- 
book," a manual of business proced- 
ure, and frequent contributor to the 



fraternity magazine; assisted at in- 
stallation of Wisconsin Gamma Tau 
and Iowa Gamma Upsilon, installing 
officer at Wyoming Gamma Phi; 
treasurer of chapter house fund for 
5 years of Minnesota Gamma Nu; 
delegate to national convention at 
Louisville, 1912; lawyer; mem. Ma- 
sons. Address, 1010 N. Y. Life Bldg., 
St. Paul, Minn. 

SMITH, Alexander Jefferson; former 
editor of "Record" of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. at Emory College, Ox- 
ford, Ga., 1884; initiated by Georgia 
Epsilon chapter, 1881; eminent 
archon of chapter; mem. Atlanta 
Alumni Association; delegate to 
many national conventions; dele- 
gate to province conventions; edi- 
tor and publisher of "Record" and 
catalogue of S. A. E.; stocks and 
bonds; m. Effie Lee Thompson, 
1886. Address, 145 West Peachtree 
St., Atlanta, Ga. 

SMITH, Charles Hubbell; Phi Delta 
Chi; ed. Northwestern University, 
1915; initiated by Beta chapter; sec- 
retary of chapter and mem. of social 
committee; mem. "Syllabus" board, 
the annual year book publication. 
Address, 729 Euclid Ave., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

SMITH, Edward Chambers; Kappa Al- 
pha, Southern; ed. Davidson College, 
1881, University of North Carolina 
and University of Virginia; initiated 
by Sigma chapter, 1880, affiliated 
with Upsilon chapter; held highest 
position in chapter; mem. Raleigh, 
N. C., Alumni Association; national 
G. H. 1883-1885, K. C. 1901-1911; del- 



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egate to national conventions of 
1881, 1898, 1901, 1903, 1905, 1907, 

1909, 1911; chairman State Demo- 
cratic Executive Committee 1890, 
candidate for senate and congress of 
state; mem. Elks; m. Annie Badger 
Faison, Jan. 12, 1892. Address, 434 
Halifax St., Raleigh, N. C. 

SMITH, Elda Louisa; chairman of com- 
mittee on extension of Pi Beta Phi; 
ed. Northwestern University, 1901; 
initiated by 111. Epsilon chapter, 
1898; treasurer of the chapter; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa; contributed several 
articles to magazine; province presi- 
dent 1904-1906, grand secretary 1906- 

1910, visiting delegate, inspecting 
officer; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1906, 1907, 1908, 1910, 1912; 
delegate to National Pan-Hellenic 
Congress, 1907, 1909; president of 
Springfield branch of American Col- 
legiate Association. Address, 710 S. 
6th St., Springfield, 111. 

SMITH, Foss Ellsha; Sigma Chi; ed. 
De Pauw University, 1913; initiated 
by Xi chapter, 1909; pro-consul of 
the chapter; edited chapter bulletin, 
1911-1912 and 1912-1913; mem. In- 
dianapolis Alumni Association of 
Sigma Chi; organized and promoted 
Sigma Delta Chi; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of Sigma Chi of 
1911 and 1912; now with Grain Deal- 
ers' National Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co.; mem. A. F. and A. M., Knights 
of Pythias. Address, 48 Y. M. C. A. 
Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. 

SMITH, Frances Yancey; Zeta Tau 
Alpha; ed. Normal School, Farm 
ville, Va., 1902; initiated by Alpha 



chapter, founder, contributed to the 
"Themis" of Zeta Tau Alpha; 
worked in revising and getting char- 
ter and forming constitution; at- 
tended national conventions at 
Knoxville, Tenn., and Fortress Mun- 
roe, Va.; traveling student secretary 
of the southern field of the Y. W. C. 
A. Business address, 1411 Locust 
St., St. Louis, Mo.; home, Charlotte 
Court House, Va. 

SMITH, Guy Watson; grand historian 
of Sigma Phi Epsilon; mem. Gamma 
Alpha and Sigma Xi; ed. University 
of Colorado, 1908; initiated by Colo- 
rado Alpha, Oct. 11, 1905, of Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; vice-president of the 
chapter; mem. Denver and Chicago 
Alumni Associations of Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; delegate to national con- 
vention of March, 1908; assistant in 
mathematics, University of Illinois. 
Address, 905 S. 2nd St., Champaign, 
111. 

SMITH, Dr. Herbert A; Omega Upsi- 
lon Phi; ed. University of Buffalo, 
1907; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
Nov., 1903; senior master of the 
chapter; mem. Delphic Society, lo- 
cal; mem. Referat Abend, Univer- 
sity of Buffalo Alumni Association; 
senior grand master and delegate to 
national conventions of 1904 and 
1906; physician and surgeon, assist- 
ant attending surgeon, Buffalo Gen- 
eral Hospital. Address, 146 Allen 
St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

SMITH, J. Boyce Jr.; Theta Delta Chi; 
ed. Columbia University, 1901; ini- 
tiated by Rho Deuteron chapter, 
1898; president of the chapter; mem. 



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Phi Beta Kappa; national treasurer, 
1911, secretary, 1901, of grand lodge, 
editor of the "Shield" of Theta Delta 
Chi, 1904-1906; delegate to national 
conventions at Boston, 1899, Wash- 
ington, 1900, and Buffalo, 1901; mem. 
law firm of Smith, Schenck and Mc- 
Davitt; m. Harriet Mather Illsley, 
Sept. 14, 1911. Address, 111 Broad- 
way, New York City. 

SMITH, Jennie Titus; former grand 
president, the first, of Alpha Gamma 
Delta; ed. Syracuse University, 
1905; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
charter member, founded at Syra- 
cuse, May 30, 1904; president of the 
chapter; contributed two songs and 
several magazine articles; mem. 
Central New York Alumnae Associa- 
tion; presided at first and second 
national conventions as grand presi- 
dent; m. Clarence H. Smith, June 
30, 1908. Address, Jamesville, N. Y. 

SMITH, John Rockwell; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. Central University of 
Kentucky, 1903; initiated by Ky. 
Kappa, Feb. 24, 1900; eminent ar- 
chon of the chapter; mem. G. R. E. 
K. A., senior society; president of 
province Epsilon, 1902-1903, prov- 
ince Iota, 1903-1905; delegate to 
province conventions at Livingston, 
1903, and Nashville, 1905; delegate 
to national conventions of 1902 at 
Washington, D. C., and 1904 at Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; minister of the Presby- 
terian church; m. Allene Fox, Nov. 
6, 1904. Address, Lancaster, Ky. 

SMITH, Rose F.; Delta Gamma; ed. 
Stanford University, 1897; initiated 
by Upsilon chapter, March, 1897; 



president of the chapter; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa; mem. Delta Gamma 
Alumnae chapter; grand president, 
1906-1910; delegate to Pan-Hellenic 
Congress, Madison, 1907; field com- 
mittee work for Y. W. C. A. of Pa- 
cific Coast. Address, 1200 Wilson 
Ave., S. Pasadena, Calif. 

SMITH, Sion B.; president of Phi Kap- 
pa Psi; ed. Allegheny College, 1886; 
initiated by Pennsylvania Beta chap- 
ter, Dec., 1881; presiding officer of 
the chapter; contributed to frater- 
nity magazine and wrote several 
songs; mem. Pittsburgh Alumni As- 
sociation; national offices held: Act- 
ing vice-president 1908-1910, vice- 
president 1910-1914, president 1914- 
1916; delegate to six district conven- 
tions and national conventions of 
1885, 1892, 1896, 1898, 1902, 1904, 1906, 
1908, 1910, 1912, 1914; was record- 
ing secretary at all meetings but one 
of the grand arch council from 1892 
to date, presiding officer at the 1902 
semi-centennial grand arch council 
meeting at Pittsburgh; attorney at 
law; president of Winfield Railroad; 
mem. Masons, Thirty-second Degree; 
m. Anna Mae Goff, 1893. Address, 
450 4th Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

SMITH, Walter Shove; Alpha Chi Rho; 
ed. Syracuse University, 1907; ini- 
tiated by Phi Epsilon chapter, June, 
1905; president of the chapter; for- 
merly president of the graduate 
chapter three years and now secre- 
tary; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1912, 1913, 1914, from grad- 
ute chapter; superintendent Public 
Schools; m. Gertrude Wright, Sigma 



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Upsilon, June, 1909. Address, 22 
John St., Saugerties, N. Y. 

SMYTH E, Robert Adger; grand treas- 
urer of Pi Kappa Alpha; ed. South 
Carolina Military College, 1890; ini- 
tiated by Lambda chapter, Jan. 24, 
1888; presiding officer of the chap- 
ter; mem. Alpha Gamma Alumni 
Association of Atlanta, Ga., grand 
treasurer since 1889, established and 
edited the "Shield and Diamond" of 
Pi Kappa Alpha for 19 years; issued 
the catalogue in 1891; delegate to 
all national conventions; cotton ex- 
porter, Robert A. Smythe & Co.; 
Commander-in-chief of the United 
Sons of Confederate Veterans for 2 
terms; m. Ella McGahan, April 11, 
1902. Address, 804 Austell Bldg., At- 
lanta, Ga. 

SNEED, Eulalie Hockaday; one of the 
fo/unders of Beta Sigma Omicron; 
ed. Christian College, Columbia, Mo.; 
initiated by Alpha chapter; contrib- 
uted to Beta Sigma Omicron maga- 
zine; m. Frank W. Sneed, May 18, 
1895. Address, 5633 Elgin Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

SNELLING, Charles Mercer; Sigma 
Nu; ed. Virginia Military Institute, 
1884; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
1882; mem. Georgia Alumni Associa- 
tion; president of the district; dean 
of University of Georgia; m. Matilda 
Janet Morton. Address, Athens, Ga. 

SNOW, Walter A.; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. Ohio State University, 
1897; initiated by Ohio Theta, Nov. 
14, 1893; eminent archon of the 
chapter; president of province Del- 
ta, 1898-1900; delegate to province 



conventions at Delaware, Ohio, and 
Evansville, Ind., 1898; delegate to 
national conventions at St. Louis, 
1896, Nashville, 1898; assisted in es- 
tablishing chapters Illinois Beta, 
Minnesota Alpha, Wisconsin Alpha; 
clergyman; general secretary of 
North Dakota Sunday School Asso- 
ciation, pastor Oak Park Congrega- 
tional church, Minneapolis, for five 
years, associate pastor Peoples 
Church, St. Paul, Minn., held pastor- 
ate in Glenwood, Minn., and in Liv- 
ingston, Mont.; m. Ella May Morris. 
Address, 13 A. O. U. W. Bldg., Fargo, 
N. D. 

SNYDER, Charles Edwin; editor of 
"Alpha Gamma Rho; ed. Ohio State 
University, 1909; initiated by Beta 
chapter, 1905; president of the chap- 
ter; president of Beta Alumni Asso- 
ciation; editor of the "Sickle and 
Sheaf" of Alpha Gamma Rho; agri- 
cultural editor. Address, 110 Shady 
Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

SNYDER, Edward Harrison; Theta 
Tau; mem. Tau Beta Pi; ed. Michi- 
gan College of Mines, 1911; initiated 
by Beta chapter of Theta Tau, 1908; 
regent of the chapter; chairman of 
committee that designed and secured 
adoption of Theta Tau pin; delegate 
to national convention at Minneapo- 
lis, Minn., 1911; manager of Pioche 
Assay Office; m. Marie Gushing, 
1912. Address, Box 133, Pioche, Nev. 

SNYDER, Raymond Becket; Phi Kap- 
pa Psi; ed. Ohio Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, and Harvard University, A. B. 
1914; initiated by Ohio Alpha, 1908; 
special contributor to the "Shield" 



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225 



and other fraternity publications; 
business manager of the Harvard 
"Crimson" and daily paper while an 
undergraduate; president of the Na- 
tional Association of College and 
University Newspapers and Magazine 
Publishers; mem. Boston and New 
York Alumni Association; president 
and secretary of the Harvard Alumni 
Club of Phi Kappa Psi; delegate to 
two national conventions and three 
district conventions; mem. of the 
firm of Doubleday, Page & Co., book 
and magazine publishers; occupation: 
magazine advertising and editorial 
writing, magazine and newspaper 
owner. Address, 627 W. 113th St., 
New York City. 

SOULE, Inez Smith (Mrs. M C.) ; 
founder of Pi Beta Phi; ed. Mon- 
mouth College, 1868; initiated by 
Alpha chapter 1868; m. M. C. Soule, 
April 12, 1869. Address, 912 No. L. 
St., Tacoma, Wash. 

SOWERS, Alva; Delta Tau Delta; 
mem. Phi Alpha Gamma; ed. North- 
western University, 1907; initiated 
by Beta Pi chapter, 1903; delegate to 
Kansas City district convention, 
1913; delegate to Indianapolis Kar- 
nea national convention, 1913; sec- 
retary of Chi Alumni chapter of 
Delta Tau Delta; Ootyributed !to 
Phi Alpha Gamma "Quarterly"; 
delegate to Pan-Hellenic of medical 
fraternities, 1914; oculist. Address, 
122 3. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

SPANN, J. Richard; national treasurer 
of Sigma Upsilon and state secretary 
of Tau Kappa Alpha for Virginia; ed. 
Randolph Macon College, 1914; initi- 



ated by Osiris chapter of Sigma Upsi- 
lon, 1912 and Randolph Macon chap- 
ter of Tau Kappa Alpha, 1913; chap- 
ter secretary of Sigma Upsilon and 
president of Tau Kappa Alpha; mem. 
Randolph Macon College Alumni As- 
sociation; delegate to national con- 
vention of Sigma Upsilon at Ashland, 
Va., 1913; head master of boys' de- 
partment of Coronal Institute and 
teacher of history, state superintend- 
ent of Epworth League and boys' 
work in Texas; mem. W. O. W. Ad- 
dress, Coronal Institute, San Marcus, 
Tex. 

SPARKS, Edwin Erie; president gen- 
eral of Phi Kappa Phi; mem. Chi 
Phi; ed. Ohio State University, A. B., 
1884, A. M., 1891; Ph. D., University 
of Chicago, 1900; LL. D., Lehigh 
University, 1909; became president 
of Pennsylvania State College, 1908; 
author: "Expansion of the Ameri- 
can People," 1899; "The Man Who 
Made the Nation," 1900; "Formative 
Incidents in American Diplomacy," 
1902; "The United States of Amer- 
ica," 1904; "Foundations of National 
Development," 1907; "The Lincoln- 
Douglas Debates of 1858," 1908; m. 
Katherine Cotton, Portsmouth, O., 
Jan. 1, 1890. Address, State College, 
Pa. 

SPEARS, Margaret Edna; Alpha Omi- 
corn Pi; ed. University of Nebraska, 
1905; initiated by Zeta chapter, char- 
ter mem. of local chapter; president 
of the chapter; mem. Black Masque; 
composed several sorority songs; 
mem. Lincoln and University of Ne- 
braska Alumni Associations; mem. 
grand council and delegate to na- 



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tional conventions of 1912; instruc- 
tor in South Omaha High School. 
Address, 630 No. 16th St., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 

SPEASE, Edward; business manager 
of the "Communicator" of Phi Delta 
Chi; ed. Ohio State University, 1907; 
initiated by Xi chapter, May 23, 1908, 
charter mem.; contributed to maga- 
zine; national secretary-treasurer; 
delegate to national convention at 
Chicago, March, 1909; assistant pro- 
fessor of pharmacy, Ohio State Uni- 
versity; m. Alice Kelly, June 22, 
1911. Address, 89 E. Norwich Ave., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

SPENCER, Paul Mansfield; grand chap- 
lain of Sigma Nu; ed. De Pauw Uni- 
versity, 1897; initiated by Beta Beta 
chapter, 1896; mem. New York Alum- 
ni Associations; delegate to grand 
chapter convention at Indianapolis, 
1910; delegate to Inter-Fraternity 
Conference at New York 1911-1912- 
1913; pastor Church of the Strang- 
ers; mem. Knights Templars and 
Thirty-second Degree Mason. Ad- 
dress, 309 W. 57th St., New York 
City. 

SPRAGUE, Homer Baxter; former 
grand senior president of Alpha Sig- 
ma Phi; mem. Psi Upsilon; ed. 
Yale University, 1852; initiated by 
Alpha chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi, 
1849; mem. Delta Kappa and Scroll 
and Key, local; contributed to the 
"Tomahawk" of Alpha Sigma Phi; 
president of University of North Da- 
kota, 1887-1891; professor and lec- 
turer, Drew Theological Seminary, 
1896-1900; editor of department of 
rhetoric of "Students' Journal," 



1898-1903; author of many political 
and historical essays; m. Antoinette 
E. Pardee, December, 1854. Ad- 
dress, 3 Wallingford Rd., Brighton, 
Mass. 

SPRAGUE, John P.; grand secretary 
and treasurer of Alpha Kappa Kap- 
pa; ed. Bates College, Northwestern 
University Medical School, 1903; 
initiated by Xi chapter, 1901; presi- 
dent of the chapter; editor of the 
"Centaur" of Alpha Kappa Kappa; 
professor of hygiene and physical 
education; m. Myrtle Belle Maxim, 
1904. Address, Grinnell, la. 

SPROUL, Joseph Plummer; tribune of 
the Los Angeles Alumni Senate of 
Delta Theta Phi; ed. University of 
Southern California; 1913; initiated 
by Field Senate, 1911; charter mem- 
ber; dean of senate; mem. Alumni 
Association of the University of 
Southern California College of Law; 
delegate to local conventions in 
1913 of law fraternities; lawyer; 
mem. Native Sons of the Golden 
West. Address, 456 E. 42nd St., Los 
Angeles, Calif.; office, 526 California 
Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. \ 

SPROUSE, Claude Willard; grand mas- 
ter of Beta Phi; ed. University of 
Chicago, 1914; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, 1912; vice-chapter master; 
quarterly contributor to "The Link" 
of Beta Phi; senior supreme counsel- 
lor; delegate to national conventions 
of 1913 and 1914; minister of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church; mem. 
Masons and Eastern Star. Address, 
5727 Maryland Ave., Chicago, 111. 

STALEY, Helen Moffett (Mrs. H. A.); 
alumnae editor of "Lyre" of Alpha 



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227 



Chi Omega; ed. at Millikin Univer- 
sity, 1913; initiated by Upsilon 
chapter of Alpha Chi Omega, May 
9, 1913; president of chapter; mem. 
of Town Pan-Hellenic society, Deca- 
tur, 111.; m. H. A. Staley, March 24, 
1914. Address, Postoffice Box 984, 
Dallas, Texas. 

STARR, Gretchen O'Donnell; Alumna 
advisor of Alpha Chi Omega; ed. 
University of Washington, 1912; 
initiated by Rho chapter, Oct. 14, 
1910; president of the chapter; con- 
tributed to the "Lyre" of Alpha Chi 
Omega; mem. University of Wash- 
ington Alumni Association and Asso- 
ciation of College Alumni; corre- 
sponding secretary to Iota Iota 
Alumnae Chapter; alumna advisor 
to Rho chapter; assistant editor of 
"Northwestern Philatelist;" author 
of Bulletin No. 12, entitled "Bibliog- 
raphy of the Geography and Ge- 
ology of the State of Washington," 
published by the State Geological 
Survey; coach of women's rowing at 
University of Washington; m. 
George E. Starr, June 7, 19 JO. Ad- 
dress, 1409 10th St., Seattle, Wash. 

STARR, James; grand alpha of Phi 
Kappa Sigma; ed. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1891; initiated by Al- 
pha chapter, 1887; alpha of the 
chapter; mem. Philadelphia Alumni 
chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma; grand 
tau of the fraternity; secretary of 
Collieries Supply Co.; director of 
Hygrade Powder Co.; m. Sarah Lo- 
gan Wister, Oct. 15, 1901. Address, 
14 N. 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

STAUNTON, Henry Capen; national 



editor of "Alpha Chi Rho;" ed. Co- 
lumbia University A. B. 1899, B. D. 
General Theological Seminary of 
New York 1902, M. A. Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1904, and Ph.D. University 
of Berlin 1905; initiated by Phi 
Omega chapter, 1900; head of chap- 
ter; contributed songs and articles 
to fraternity magazine; mem. Phi 
Omega Graduate Chapter and New 
York Graduate Club; national coun- 
cil 1904-1907, national editor 1902- 
1916, chairman of ritual commission; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1907, 1909, 
1910, 1913; delegate to fourth and 
fifth Inter-Fraternity Conference; 
clergyman; delegate to Episcopal 
Synod second district and rector of 
the Church of the Good Shepherd; 
ordained deacon 1902, Whittaker, 
Pa.; priest Olmstead, N. Y.; curate 
Trinity Chapel 1906-1908; and chap- 
lain Community St. John Baptist, N. 
Y.; mem. Masonic bodies, Susque- 
hanna Valley Club, secretary Social 
Service Commission on the Episcopal 
Diocese of Central New York; m. 
Florence Eliza Jameson 1908. Ad- 
dress, 78 Conklin Ave., Binghamton, 
N. Y. 

STEEN, Bonito Louise (Mrs. Wil- 
liam) ; second vice-president of Phi 
Mu; ed. H. Sophie Newcomb College, 
1907; initiated by Delta chapter, 
Oct. 22, 1906; charter mem. of chap- 
ter; corresponding secretary of the 
chapter; province president; secre- 
tary of grand council, 1907-1911; 
drafted plan for grand council; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1907, 
1908, 1910; m. William Steen, Phi 



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LEADING GREEKS 



Delta Theta, Feb. 21, 1911. Address, 
Lufkin, Texas. 

STEFFAN, Roger; Delta Chi, Phi 
Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta Chi; ed. 
Ohio State University, 1913; initi- 
ated by Ohio State chapter of Delta 
Chi, Oct., 1909, and Theta chapter of 
Sigma Delta Chi; president of the 
chapter; contributed articles to 
Delta Chi "Quarterly" and "Greek 
Exchange" on anti-fraternity agita- 
tion in Ohio and inter- fraternity rela- 
tions; mem. Columbus Alumni chap- 
ter of Delta Chi; national secretary 
of Sigma Delta Chi for two years; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1910, 1911, 1912, 1913; president of 
the Pan-Hellenic Association at Ohio 
State University and chairman of 
the legislative committee of the Ohio 
Pan-Hellenic League during the fight 
in which the Hoaglin anti-fraternity 
bill was defeated in 1912-1913. Ad- 
dress, "State Journal," Columbus, 
Ohio. 

STEPHENS, Lola; province president 
of Kappa Delta; ed. at Iowa State 
College, Ames, Iowa, 1905; initiated 
by Sigma Sigma chapter, April, 
1908; contributor to "Kappa Delta 
Journal"; president of Province 
Gamma; assistant business manager 
of sorority magazine; mem. Iowa 
State College Alumni Association of 
Kappa Delta; instructor in chemis- 
try, Iowa State College; chaperon 
at Kappa Delta Sorority House. Ad- 
dress, Lakeville, Iowa. 

STEPHENS, Robert Allan; worthy 
grand master of ceremonies of Kap- 
pa Sigma; ed. at George Washing- 



ton University, 1901; initiated by 
Alpha Eta chapter November 18, 
1899; grand master of chapter; 
mem. Danville, Illinois, Kappa Sig- 
ma Alumni chapter; delegate to na- 
tional conventions; delegate to dis- 
trict conventions; district grand 
master, 1908-12; delegate to inter- 
fraternity conference, 1912; dele- 
gate to Chicago Greek conference, 
1913; contributor to "Caduceus" and 
"Star and Crescent" of Kappa Sig- 
ma; lawyer; chairman judiciary 
committee K. of P. Grand Lodge of 
Illinois; publisher "Quarterly Bul- 
letin," Illinois State Bar Associa- 
tion; mem. Knights of Pythias, 
Elks, Odd Fellows, Red Men; m. 
Sept. 1, 1903, Helen P. Bennett 
(Kappa Kappa Gamma). Address, 
First National Bank Bldg., Danville, 
Illinois. 

STEPHENSON, Elizabeth Coulter; 
grand president of Delta Zeta; ed. 
Miami University, A.B., A.M., B.P., 
1903; initiated by Alpha chapter, 
1903; secretary of the chapter; con- 
tributed to the "Lamp" of Delta 
Zeta; mem. Miami, Oxford College, 
Cornell and Collegiate Alumni Asso- 
ciations; national secretary and 
grand president; teacher; m. Henry 
Lee Stephenson, 1910. Address, 412 
Marguerite Ave., Portland, Ore. 

STETSON, James Alexander; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 1899; initi 
ated by Mass. Iota Tau, Nov. 21 
1896; eminent archon of the chapter; 
mem. Alumni Association of Mass 
Institute of Technology; president ol 



LEADING GREEKS 



Province Alpha 1898-1902; dele- 
gate to national conventions at Nash- 
ville, 1898; Washington, 1902; Bos- 
ton, 1900; civil engineer, construc- 
tion engineer for the New Bedford 
Gas and Edison Light Co.; mem. 
Masons; m. Anna Corrine Vivian, 
June 7, 1911. Address, 4 Anthony 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 

STEVENSON, Evangeline Bridge; 
Alpha Chi Omega; ed. New England 
Conservatory of Music, 1905; initi- 
ated by Zeta chapter, 1906; president 
of the chapter; mem. Zeta Zeta 
Alumni chapter, Boston, Mass.; na- 
tional president 1910-1912; alumna 
adviser to Zeta chapter; delegate to 
national convention at Champaign, 
111., 1908; m. W. B. Stevenson, July 
31, 1911. Address, 22 Glenville Ave., 
Allston, Mass. 

STIGALL, Louis Virgil; president of 
national council of Phi Delta Phi; 
ed. at University of Missouri, 1910; 
initiated by Tiedeman chapter, Jan- 
uary, 1908; delegate to national con- 
vention at New York, 1909; delegate 
to Cincinnati national convention, 
1911; mem. Order of Coif; attorney- 
at-law. Address, 411 German-Amer- 
ican Bldg., St. Joseph, Mo. 

STILWELL, Lewis D.; archon of 2nd 
district of Phi Kappa Psi; ed. Am- 
herst College, 1913; initiated by 
Mass. Alpha, Nov., 1909; president 
of the chapter; contributed to the 
"Shield" of Phi Kappa Psi; mem. 
Boston Alumni Association and Har- 
vard Alumni Association of Phi Kap- 
pa Psi; mem. national executive 
council; delegate to district conven- 
tion of 1913 and national convention 



of 1912 and 1914; graduate student 
in history. Address, 60 Matthew's 
Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

STING, Edward Henry; supreme coun- 
sellor and editor of the "Frater" of 
Psi Omega; ed. Baltimore College of 
Dental Surgery, 1895; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, 1894; secretary of the 
chapter; mem. Ohio State Alumni 
chapter; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1895, 1898, 1901, 1904, 
1907, 1910, 1913; doctor of dental 
surgery; mem. Masons; m. Delia 
Loudenslager, Jan., 1898. Address, 
1181/2 S. Washington St, Tiffin, 
Ohio-. 

STIRES, Rev. Ernest M., D. D., LL. D.; 
former president of Phi Kappa Psi; 
ed. University of Michigan, 1888; ini- 
tiated by Va. Alpha, 1885; president 
of the chapter; author of fraternity 
"yell;" mem. New York Alumni As- 
sociation; district archon several 
years and delegate to four district 
conventions ; national president 1900- 
1902 and delegate to six national con- 
ventions; rector of St. Thomas Epis- 
copal Church; mem. Masons, Thirty- 
Second Degree; m. Sarah McK. 
Hardwick, 1894. Address, 3 W. 53rd 
St., New York City. 

STOCKBRIDGE, Henry; Chi Phi, 
LL. B. University of Maryland, 1878, 
LL. D. from Amherst and St. John's 
Colleges, 1911; initiated by Phi chap- 
ter, 1875; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
grand alpha, the presiding national 
officer, and delegate to several na- 
tional conventions; mem. Congress, 
1889-1891, commissioner of immigra- 
tion, Port of Baltimore, 1891-1893; 
elected to bench of Baltimore City, 



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1896; appointed to bench of court 
of appeals of state, 1911; mem. 
Board of Incorporators American Na- 
tional Red Cross Society; vice-presi- 
dent of Maryland Historical Society; 
ex-president Sons of the American 
Revolution; chancellor of Society of 
Colonial Wars, etc.; m. Helen M. 
Smith, Jan. 5, 1882. Address, 11 N. 
Calhoun St., Baltimore, Md. 

STOKES, Wyndham; Chi Phi; ed. Le- 
high University, 1881; initiated by 
Psi chapter, Oct. 5, 1883; presiding 
officer of the chapter; contributed to 
Chi Phi magazine; grand secretary 
of the fraternity; delegate to several 
national conventions; mem. Sword 
and Crescent; m. Inez Callaway Te- 
not, 1908. Address, Welch, W. Va. 

STONER, Edith; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma; ed. University of Missouri, 1904; 
initiated by Theta chapter, 1902; 
grand registrar, 1906-1908; secretary, 
1908; grand president, 1908-1910; 
delegate to national convention of 
1906; delegate to National Pan-Hel- 
lenic Congress, 1908, 1909. Address, 
2725 Channing Way, Berkeley, Calif. 

STONEY, Gaellard; Beta Theta Pi; ed. 
University of California, 1888; initi- 
ated by Omega chapter, Jan., 1885; 
chief of ninth district, 1897-1901; 
delegate to national convention of 
1900; attorney at law; mem. Bo- 
hemian Club and president of the 
Golf Club; m. Georgiana Mac Don- 
ald, Nov. 7, 1895. Address, 250 Mont- 
gomery St., San Francisco, Calif. 

STORMS, Chelsea L.; A. B., D. D. S.; 
supreme editor of Xi Psi Phi; mem. 
Phi Kappa Psi; ed. Colgate Univer- 
sity, 1906; University of Buffalo 



Dental College, 1909; initiated by 
New York Epsilon of Phi Kappa Psi, 
1903 and Mu chapter of Xi Psi Phi, 
1908; mem. Theta Phi (high school) 
and Beta Delta Beta; mem. Buffalo, 
New York State and National Alum- 
ni Associations of Xi Psi Phi; su- 
preme editor of Xi Psi Phi, 1910- 
1916; honorary past supreme presi- 
dent, 1914; delegate to National Con- 
vention, 1910, 1911, 1912, and 1914; 
dentist; mem. F. and A. M.; m. 
Amelia M. Rehbaum. Address, 153 
E. Utica St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

STOWELL, Clarence Warner; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. University of 
Maine, 1900; initiated by Maine 
Alpha, Feb. 22, 1901; charter 
member, attended Boston National 
convention of 1900 as a petitioner; 
contributed to the "Record;" m. 
Providence Alumni Association; prov- 
ince vice-president, secretary and 
president air of province Alpha; 
delegate to last seven province con-- 
ventions; eminent supreme recorder, 
1904-1910; eminent supreme deputy 
archon, 1911; founder of New Hamp- 
shire Alpha; delegate to national 
conventions at Washington, 1902; 
Memphis, 1904; Atlanta, 1906; At- 
lantic City, 1909; Kansas City, 1910, 
and Nashville, 1912; educator; ed- 
itor and author of several text 
books; mem. Masons, Barnard Club, 
Edge wood Yacht Club; m. Grace 
Leigh Dinsmore, July 10, 1907. Ad- 
dress, 357 Westminster St., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

STRAIGHT, Lyle Fitch; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon; ed. Illinois Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1908; initiated by Alpha 



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231 



chapter, Nov., 1903; president of the 
chapter; mem. tester H. Martin 
Alumni Association; grammateus 
(national secretary), third term; del- 
egate to national conventions of 1913 
at Decatur, and at Champaign, April, 
1914; secretary of W. H. Gardner 
& Son, incorporated, general in- 
surance; m. Amy Kellog Hovey, Oct. 
16, 1913, at Decatur, 111. Address, 
residence, 104 E. Empire St., of- 
fice, 200-4 Grieshim Bldg., Blooming- 
ington, 111. 

STRAUB, George Augustine; presi- 
dent of Troy Alumni Association of 
Sigma Chi; mem. Tau Lambda (lo- 
cal) ; ed. at Hobart College, 1912; 
initiated by Alpha Alpha chapter 
October 1, 1908; secretary of chap- 
ter; charter mem. of Troy Alumni 
Association; secretary and treas- 
urer of Troy Alumni Association of 
Sigma Chi for three years; presi- 
dent of Troy Alumni Association 
for two years; with Emigh & 
Straub, mfgrs. Address, 405 Fed- 
eral St., Troy, N. Y. 

STREET, Richard Hamilton, M. D.; 
grand secretary and treasurer of Phi 
Alpha Gamma; ed. Hahnemann Med- 
ical College, Chicago, 1898; initiated 
by Eta Lambda chapter, 1900; con- 
tributed to "Quarterly" of Phi Alpha 
Gamma; mem. and president of Chi- 
cago Alumni Chapter; business man- 
ager of "Quarterly"; delegate to Chi- 
cago Greek Conference of 1913; 
physician, specialty nose, throat and 
ear, professor of nose and throat 
department of Hahnemann Medical 
College and Hospital; m. Lillian 



Woodward, Aug. 27, 1906. Address, 
32 N. State St., Chicago, 111. 

STROHM, Dr. Nelson Wilbert; trustee 
of Omega Upsilon Phi; ed. Uni- 
versity of Buffalo, 1912; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, Dec. 14, 1908; 
senior master of the chapter; mem. 
of alumni chapter; grand scribe, 
first junior grand master, delegate 
to national conventions in 1910, 
1911, and in 1912; arranged for na- 
tional conventions held in Buffalo, 
1912; physician and surgeon; mem. 
Mystic Monks. Address, 469 Frank- 
lin St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

STRONG, Josiah; Delta Upsilon; ed. 
Western Reserve University, 1869; 
initiated by Western Reserve chap- 
ter, 1865; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
clergyman, instructor and chaplain 
in Western Reserve College, 1873- 
1876; secretary of Home Missionary 
Society for Ohio, Kentucky, West 
Virginia and western Pennsylvania, 
1881-1884; pastor Cincinnati, 1884- 
1886; president of League for Social 
Service, 1898-1902; president of So- 
cial Center Association of America, 
1910; author; m. Alice Bisbee, Aug. 
29, 1871. Address, Bible House, As- 
tor PI., New York City. 

STUART, Anne; grand treasurer of Pi 
Beta Phi; ed. Nebraska State Uni- 
versity, 1899; initiated by Nebraska 
Beta, Nov. 23, 1895; grand treas- 
urer 1912 of Delta and Gamma Prov- 
ince, president in 1904-1912; dele- 
gate to national conventions at New 
Orleans 1907, Swarthmore, Pa., 1910, 
and Evanston, 111., 1912; musician; 
post graduate work in piano 1892, 



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studied with renowned pianists 
(Zeisler), preparing for soloist and 
professional accompanist; 1906-1914 
treasurer for the Association of the 
Young Women's Christian Associa- 
tion. Address, 1906 D. St., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 

STUKES, Taylor Hudnall; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. Davidson College, 
1913; initiated by North Carolina 
Theta, May 21, 1910; eminent archon 
of the chapter; delegate to national 
convention at Nashville 1912 and 
visitor at the province Gamma con- 
vention at Washington, 1914; assist- 
ant cashier Bank of Clarendon. Ad- 
dress, Manning, S. C. 

STULTS, Frances Wlllard; Sigma Al- 
pha Iota; ed. Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1914; initiated by Beta 
chapter, 1913; chapter reporter; 
mem. Alethenai Literary Society; 
national recording secretary pro tern 
and national corresponding secre- 
tary, 1914-1915. Address, 1633 Hin- 
man Ave., Evanston, 111. 

SULLENGER, Charles Edmond; Apex 
(president) of the Delta Sigma Phi; 
ed. Cumberland University, 1914; 
initiated by Omicron chapter, Oct. 
1913; president of the chapter; mem. 
Cumberland University Alumni As- 
sociation; mem. national board of 
control; attorney at law; mem. 
Knights Templars, Knights of Pyth- 
ias; m. Floyd Helen Ben ton, Nov. 
23, 1905. Address, Lebanon, Tenn. 

SULLIVAN, Dr. Arthur M.; Phi Rho 
Sigma; ed. Indiana University and 
Chicago University, School of Medi- 
cine, 1909; initiated Dy Pi chapter, 



1906; chairman of executive com- 
mittee of Pi chapter, 1906; physician 
and surgeon, surgeon to Chicago 
and Eastern Illinois Railroad and 
Wabash Railroad; mem. U. S. Pen- 
sion Board and coroner, Fountain 
County, Ind. Address, Attica, Ind. 

SUPPIGER, Solomon; vice-president 
of Kappa Alpha (southern); ed. at 
Washington University; initiated by 
Beta Theta chapter, 1910; vice- 
president of chapter; mem. Phi Del- 
ta Phi; secretary and treasurer of 
P. B. Hamer Province; delegate to 
P. B. Hamer Province of 1912; mem. 
Kappa Alpha song book committee; 
attorn ey-at-law. Address, Highland, 
111. 

SUTLEFF, Helen Binninger; Pi Beta 
Phi; ed. University of Kansas, 1890; 
initiated by Kansas Alpha, 1886; presi- 
dent of the chapter; contributed to 
fraternity magazine; mem. Kansas 
Alpha Alumnae Association and Uni- 
versity of Kansas Alumni Associa- 
tion; national grand guide, grand 
treasurer and grand president; mem. 
and chairman of Kansas Alpha Alum- 
nae Committee that founded and sup- 
ported a scholarship for the bene- 
fit of the women of the University 
of California; delegate to the nation- 
al convention at Lawrence, 1890; 
head cataloguer of Leland Stanford 
Jr. University. Address, 19 Salva- 
tierra, Stanford University, Calif. 

SWAN, Clifford Melville; president ex- 
ecutive council of Delta Upsilon; 
ed. Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, 1899; initiated by Technol- 
ogy chapter, May, 1897; alumni sec- 



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233 



retary of chapter; mem. Harvard' 
University Alumni Association, New 
York Delta Upsilon Club; Mass. In- 
stitute of Technology Alumni Associ- 
ation; executive council offices: 
treasurer 1908-1912, secretary 191.1- 
1912, president 1912 to date; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1906, 
1907, 1909, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914 
delegate to New York Inter-Frater- 
nity Conference in 1912 and 1913 and 
to Chicago Greek Conference In 
1913; acoustical engineer, H. W. 
Johns-Manville Co. Address, 600 
West 115th St., or Madison and 41st 
St., New York City. 
8WARTZ, Charles Benjamin; Delta 
Upsilon; ed. Lafayette College, 1911; 
initiated by Lafayette chapter, Oct. 
1907; president of the chapter; dele- 
gate to third district convention; 
student in Union Theological Sem- 
inary, New York City; 1911 to 1914; 
Rhodes Scholar from Pennsylvania 
to Oxford, Eng. 

SWENSON, Thorborg; Beta Alumnae 
deputy of Alpha Gamma Delta; ed. 
University of Wisconsin, 1910; in- 
itiated by Beta chapter, Nov. 1908; 
treasurer of the chapter; secretary 
and treasurer of Beta Alumnae Club 
1912-1914, president 1914-1915; at- 
tended national convention at Madi 
son April, 1913, but not as a dele- 
gate, treasurer of the convention and 
chairman of the credentials com- 
mittee, attended Beta province con- 
vention at Minneapolis, Feb. 1910 
and Beta province convention at 
Madison Feb. 1912, secretary pro 
tern. Address, 1326 Casper Ave., 
Rockford, 111. 



SWIFT, Charles Lowe; president of 
Yale Club of Phi Delta Theta; ed. 
Dickinson University, 1904; gradu- 
ate study at Yale University; init- 
iated by Penn. Epsilon, Sept. 1900; 
vice-president of the chapter, 1903; 
mem. Phi Kappa Epsilon and Book 
and Bond, Yale locals, secretary of 
Carlisle Alumni Club, president of 
Baltimore Alumni Club, contributed 
to the Scroll of Phi Delta Theta; 
delegate to district convention at 
Amherst, 1902, and to national con- 
vention at New York, 1903; English 
master at the Hill School, former- 
ly on Sunday staff on "New York 
Tribune," editorial writer for "Balti- 
more News," Sunday editor of 
"Baltimore Herald;" m. Edith Stud- 
ley Prince, 1906. Address, The Hill 
School, Pottstown, Pa. 

SWIFT, Edward Casslus; president of 
Chi Psi; ed. University of Michigan 
1876; initiated by Alpha Epsilon 
chapter; head of chapter; mem. Chi- 
cago and Michigan Alumni Associa- 
tions; delegate to national conven- 
tion for Chicago Alumni Associa- 
tion for 10 years; attorney at law; 
m. Helen C. Vincent, Oct. 23, 1878. 
Address, 1355 Ottawa Ave., Ottawa, 
111. 

SWITZER, George Washington; Beta 
Theta Pi; ed. De Pauw University, 
1881; initiated by Delta chapter, 
1877; corresponding secretary and 
president of the chapter; district 
secretary; financed building of two 
chapter houses; delegate to national 
convention of 1879; clergyman; 
delegate to general conference and 



234 



LEADING GREEKS 



district superintendent; vice-presi- 
dent of American National Bank, 
Lafayette, Ind.; m. Lida Westfall, 
Sept. 20, 1881. Address, 617 Ferry 
St. Lafayette, Ind. 

SYMONDS, Nathaniel Gardiner; dis- 
trict grand master of Kappa Sigma; 
ed. at Leland Stanford, Jr. Univer- 
sity, 1901; initiated by Beta Zeta 
chapter, Oct. 25, 1899; mem. Pitts- 
burgh, New York, Indianapolis and 
Chicago Alumni Associations of 
Kappa Sigma; sales manager of Chi- 
cago district of Westinghouse Ma- 
chine Co.; m. to Irene Millberry, 
Dec. 25, 1901. Address, 39 S. La 
Salle St., Chicago, 111. 



TAMLYN, Walter I.; publication man- 
ager of the "Garnet and White" of 
Alpha Chi Rho, 1906-1913; ed. 
Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1905; 
initiated by Phi Chi chapter, Oct. 
1903; head of the chapter, mem. 
Phi Chi Graduate Chapter; served 
on several committees, delegate or 
alternate to all national conventions 
from 1905 to 1912; electrical and 
ceramic engineer, Address, 280 Van 
Buren St. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

TAIMNAHILL, Anna Lytle; (Mrs. 
George William); chairman of the 
scholarship committee of Pi Beta 
PhJ4 ed. University of ^Nebraska 
1898, Wellesley College 1900 and 
University of Chicago 1903; init- 
iated by Nebraska Beta, Oct. 1895; 
president of the chapter; president 
of Beta province 1908-1909; inspect- 
ing officer for petitioning chapter 



at University of Toronto, later On- 
tario Alpha, installing officer for 
Washington Beta chapter, Washing- 
ton State College, 1912, chairman 
national committee on chaperones 
and chapter houses 1909-1911; dele- 
gate to national convention at 
Madison, Wis., 1897; attended New 
Orleans convention 1908; president 
of National Pan-Hellenic, Chicago, 
1908; head of department of Eng- 
lish, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, 
Ga., 1900-1902, head of department 
of English literature, normal school, 
Milwaukee, Wis., 1903-1908, dean of 
women and head of department of 
English, Lewiston State Normal 
School, Lewiston, Ida., mem. Daugh- 
ters of American Revolution, As- 
sociation of Collegiate Alumnae; m. 
George William Tannahill, June 10, 
1913. Address, 402 Third St. Lewis- 
ton, Idaho. 

TAPPAN, Paul Whiting; Alpha Tau 
Omega, Alpha Kappa Kappa; ed. 
Wooster University, 1899; Miami 
Medical College, 1902; initiated by 
Alpha Mu chapter of Alpha Tau 
Omega, Oct. 12, 1895; worthy mas- 
ter of the chapter, president of Day- 
ton Alumni Association of Alpha Tau 
Omega; physician and surgeon; ma- 
jor surgeon, O. N. G. neurologist at 
St. Elizabeth Hospital; mem. St. 
John's Lodge, A.F. and A.M.; m. 
Anna C. Poock, March 30, 1911. Ad- 
dress, 1900 Wayne Ave., Dayton, 
Ohio. 

TAYLOR, Dean; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
ed. Mt. Union College, 1902; Har- 
vard University, 1903; initiated by 
Ohio Sigma, Nov. 13, 1899; affiliated 



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235 



Mass. Gamma, 1903; eminent archon 
of Sigma chapter; contributed nu- 
merous articles on the symbolism 
of the fraternity to the S.A.E. "Rec- 
ord;" editor of province "Delta An- 
nual," 1902, and delegate to province 
Delta convention of 1901; chair- 
man of ritual revision committee, 
1904-1910, assistant to eminent su- 
preme recorder, 1903; editor of the 
convention daily for 1912, but unable 
to attend, made a study of the "Rec- 
ord" and its irregularities of publi- 
cation; assisted in preparation of 
S.A.E. Manual by a special study of 
symbolism of fraternity and its ref- 
erence to the coat of arms ; executed 
large design of coat-of-arms in col- 
ors ; organized Alliance, Ohio Alumni 
Association ; an officer at installation 
of Ohio Rho chapter; editor and one 
of proprietors of "Fairfield Daily 
Journal;" delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1902 and 1904, attended 
those of 1909 and 1910; mem. Sons 
of American Revolution, and Ma- 
sonic Orders; m. Jesse Minneley, 
Oct. 22, 1906. Address, 208 S. Court 
St., Fairfield, la. 

TAYLOR, Elizabeth Carney; vice-presi- 
dent of the grand council of Phi Mu 
Gamma, 1903; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, Oct. 1899; president of the 
chapter; m. Captain Charles B. Tay- 
lor, U. S. Marine Corps, 1905. Ad- 
dress, Churchland, Va. 

TAYLOR, Isaac Daniel; Sigma Nu; ed. 
Kansas University, 1899; University 
of Michigan, LL. B., 1902; initiated 
by Nu chapter, 1899; United States 
Attorney for western district of Okla- 
homa; practiced law at Emporia, 
Kans., until 1904, then moved to Paw- 



huska, Okla.; appointed assistant at- 
torney In 1907; held this office until 
elected U. S. attorney; m. Kate H. 
Fuller of Montpelier, Vt., June 30, 
1902. Address, 804 E. Noble Ave., 
Guthrie, Okla. 

TAYLOR, Walter Emerson Lee; Phi 
Alpha correspondent of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; mem. Phi Delta Phi; ed. 
Ohio State University, B.A., 1913; 
LL. B., 1915; initiated by Ohio Theta 
chapter, Oct. 15, 1910 and Swan 
chapter of Phi Delta Phi April 10, 
1913; mem. Ohio State University 
Alumni Club; Pan-Hellenic delegate; 
Republican county executive com- 
mittee, 1912-1914; mem. Loyal Order 
of Moose. Address, 46-14th Ave., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 

TEED, Freeman Golding; Sigma Chi; 
ed. Bucknell University, 1873; initi- 
ated by Kappa chapter; consul of 
the chapter; contributed articles to 
the Sigma Chi Quarterly on the early 
history of the conventions; president 
of the Los Angeles Alumni Associa- 
tion ; praeter of the 9th province and 
delegate to district conventions; 
grand consul of the grand chapter, 
1884; active in the installation of the 
following chapters: Alpha Beta, Al- 
pha Omega, Alpha Upsilon, Phi Phi, 
and Alpha Delta; organized the Los 
Angeles Alumni Association and was 
first grand officer on the Pacific 
Coast; helped in building Kappa's 
house; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1872, 1874, 1876, 1884 and 
1912; lawyer, retired; interested in 
social uplift work; formerly mayor, 
auditor, city clerk, and president of 
the city council all of Los Angeles; 



LEADING GREEKS 



collector of internal revenue; past 
grand commander of Knights Temp- 
lars; representative in the Imperial 
Council of the Mystic Shrine; m. 
Fannie Schoder, Oct. 26, 1882. Ad- 
dress, 1315 W. 41st Place, Los Ange- 
les, Calif. 

TEFFT, Clarence Edwin; former pres- 
ident of Province Zeta of Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; mem. Phi Delta Phi; 
ed. at University of Nebraska, 1896; 
charter mem. of Nebraska Lambda- 
Pi chapter, May 26, 1893; eminent 
correspondent and eminent archon 
of chapter; mem. Lincoln S. A. B. 
Alumni Association; delegate to 
Province Zeta convention, 1895; 
delegate to S. A. E., Pittsburgh na- 
tional convention, 1893; officer of 
1893 S. A. E. national convention; 
attorney-at-law ; m. Caroline Irene 
Sheldon, June 29, 1898. Address, 
Weeping Water, Neb. 

TEN N ANT, Earl O.; alumni president 
of Alpha Sigma Phi; ed. Waynes- 
burg College, 1911; initiated by Nu 
chapter, Jan. 1, 1911, one of 18 found- 
ers of chapter; chancellor of the 
chapter; mem. Alumni Association 
of Waynesburg College; assistant in 
mathematics while in college; dele- 
gate to Y. M. C. A. convention, 1906; 
president of Union Literary Society, 
secretary and treasurer of Oratorical 
Society; delegate to Tri State Ora- 
torical Contest; Union debater in 
Inter-Society contest, 1911; treasurer 
for three years of athletic associa- 
tion; president of reading circle, 
1909-1910; business manager of "The 
Collegian," 1910-1911; national vice- 



president and editor of the "Carna- 
tion" of Alpha Phi Sigma; delegate 
to national conventions of 1911, at 
Washington, D. C.; principal of 
North Baltimore High School, 1912- 
1913. Address, R. F. D. 1, Spraggs, 
Pa. 

TENNANT, Mary Jones; Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. De Pauw University; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, 1887; 
vice-president of the chapter; con- 
tributed to the "Lyre" of Alpha Chi 
Omega; mem. Gamma Gamma and 
De Pauw University Alumni Associ- 
ation; national inspector; estab- 
lished Beta chapter at Albion, Mich.; 
delegate to national conventions at 
De Pauw and Illinois Universities 
and Detroit, Mich.; delegate to four 
national inter-fraternity conferences 
at Chicago and Evanston; teacher; 
m. Richard S. Tennant. Address, 
824 S. 5th St., Terre Haute, Ind. 

THEISS, Mary Bartol (Mrs. Lewis Ed- 
win T.); Pi Beta Phi; ed. Bucknell 
University, A. B., 1894; A. M., 1895; 
graduate student at University of 
Michigan, 1897; fellow in classics 
University of Pennsylvania, 1897- 
1899; Ph. D., 1899; initiated by Penn. 
Beta chapter, Jan. 4, 1895; affiliated 
with Mich. Beta; president of the 
Pennsylvania chapter; mem. Phi 
Beta Kappa; commencement speaker 
Bucknell University; vice-president 
of New York City Alumnae Club and 
mem. Lewisburg Alumnae Club; 
grand secretary, 1899-1906; catalog- 
uer, 1901-1909; editor of the "Arrow," 
1908-1911; editor of the "Songs" of 
Pi Beta Phi, first and second edi- 
tions; editor of the Pi Beta Phi cata- 



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237 



logue, 1906; chairman of committee 
that devised fraternity flag; mem. of 
literary bureau of Alpha province, 
1895; delegate to national conven- 
tions at Boston, 1895; Syracuse, 
1901; St. Louis, 1904; New Orleans, 
1908; Swarthmore, 1910, and guest at 
Evanston, 1912; appointed by alum- 
nae of two women's fraternities of 
Bucknell in 1914 to organize a local 
pan-hellenic in Lewisburg; magazine 
writer with Mr. Theiss; correspond- 
ing secretary of Federation of Gradu- 
ate Clubs; head of department of 
Latin and Greek, Rockford College, 
Rockford, 111., 1899-1903; alumni poet 
Bucknell, 1903; wrote articles for 
"Ladies' Home Journal" on the Ad- 
vantage of Girls' Fraternities; mem. 
American Collegiate Association; 
m. Lewis Edwin Theiss, Phi Gamma 
Delta, June 30, 1903. Address, 110 
University Ave., Lewisburg, Pa. 

THOMAS, Amos; Phi Delta Theta; 
mem. of Phi Delta Phi; ed. at Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1909; initiated 
by Nebraska Alpha, 1900; president 
of chapter; mem. Omaha (Neb.) 
Alumni Association; reporter of 
Omaha (Neb.) Alumni Association 
of Phi Delta Theta; attorney; sec- 
retary and mem. of executive com- 
mittee of Nebraska state central 
committee; mem. Masonic order. 
Address, Helen Apartments, 25th 
and Harvey Sts., Omaha, Neb. 

THOMAS, Eleanor Walter; president 
of the grand chapter of Alpha Kap- 
pa Psi; ed. Columbia University; 
B. S.; M. A.; College for Women, 
S. C.; initiated by Alpha chapter, 



1901; district chaplain; lady prin- 
cipal and head of English depart- 
ment of St. Mary's School, Raleigh, 
N. C. Address, St. Mary's, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

THOMAS, Nathaniel Wiley, Ph. D.; 
Alpha Tau Omega; ed. University of 
Pennsylvania, 1881; initiated by Pa. 
Tau, April 1881; worthy master of 
the chapter; contributed to "Palm" 
of Alpha Tau Omega; mem. Phila- 
delphia Alumni Association; prov- 
ince chief and delegate to several 
province conventions; worthy grand 
chief, chairman of high council, 
editor of the "Palm" of Alpha Tau 
Omega; delegate to ten or twelve 
national conventions; established 
six chapters; chemist; professor of 
chemistry in Muhlenberg College, 
also in Wittenberg College and chief 
of Bureau of Gas of Philadelphia; 
m. Elizabeth J. MacDonald, 1884. 
Address, 1513 Centennial Ave., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

THOMAS, William F.; master of the 
rolls of Delta Theta Phi; ed. at Cleve- 
land Law School and University of 
Virginia, 1909; initiated by Ranney 
Senate, Nov. 11, 1908; mem. Cleve- 
land Alumni Association of Delta 
Theta Phi; delegate to national con- 
ventions 1909, 1911, 1913; master 
of rolls, 1909, 1911, 1913; marshal, 
1913; attorney-at-law, firm of Thom- 
as & Kreyci; mem. Masonic order, 
Knights of Pythias, National Union; 
m. Ella V. Ashby, March 21, 1913. 
Address, 1455 W. 116th St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

THOMPSON, John Means; Alpha Tau 



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Omega; ed. Columbia University, 
Washington, D. C., 1885; initiated 
by District of Columbia Upsilon 
1886; W. K. E. of chapter; mem. 
New York Alumni Association; dele- 
gate to Chicago Convention of 1900; 
m. Birdina Welles Young, June 19, 
1912. Address, 95 Liberty St., New 
York City. 

THOMPSON, Lillian Wallace; Nation- 
al Pan-Hellenic delegate of Gamma 
Phi Beta; ed. University of Chi- 
cago; initiated by Beta chapter, 
1891; contributed to the "Crescent" 
of Gamma Phi Beta; mem. Chicago 
Alumnae Association ; national treas- 
urer and national president; dele- 
gate to national convention at Den- 
ver, Ann Arbor and Madison; dele- 
gate to Chicago Greek Conference; 
high school teacher, Englewood 
High School. Address, 224 W. 61st 
Place, Chicago, 111. 

THOMPSON, Robert Mitchell; Beta 
Theta Pi; ed. University of Minne- 
sota, B. L. 1895, LL. B. 1898, LL. 
M. 1899; initiated by Beta Pi chap- 
ter; contributed to fraternity maga- 
zine; secretary of Minnesota 
Alumni Chapter for many years; 
chief of llth district, 1912-1913, and 
delegate to many district conven- 
tions; mem. board of trustees, 1904- 
1910; distributing agent for the hand 
book of Beta Theta Pi for many 
years; sales agent for the song book 
for several years; have been delegate 
to all national conventions excepting 
two from 1895 to 1913; delegate to 
Chicago Greek Conference, 1913; 
general insurance and investment 



business; mem. Masons, Blue Lodge, 
Chapter, Council Commandery, Scot- 
tish Rite and the Shrine; m. Nellie 
A. Williams of Harvard, 111. Oct. 9, 
1909, mem. Kappa Alpha Theta. Ad- 
dress, 923 Metropolitan Bldg., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

THORN BURGH, Laura; Chi Omega; 
ed. University of Tennessee, 1904; ini- 
tiated by Pi Chapter, 1902; president 
of the chapter; mem. University 
Glee Club and Dramatic Club; con- 
tributed to "Eleusis" of Chi Omega; 
delegate to St. Louis convention of 
1904 and Chicago 1908; journalist; 
society and club editor; dramatic 
and literary critic for the "Knoxville 
Sentinel"; mem. Southern Associa- 
tion of College Women, secretary of 
Tennessee Woman's Press and Au- 
thors' Club, 1912-1914; occasional 
contributor to periodicals; traveled 
in Europe, 1905-1906, and studied 
three months at University of Ge- 
neva. Address, 800 W. Main Ave., 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

THORN E, Silas Owens; Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. Trinity College, Durham, 
N. C., 1898; initiated by N. C. Xi 
chapter, 1896; scribe of chapter; 
mem. local club, 1909; manager of 
New Orleans office and plant of 
General Fire Extinguisher Co. Ad- 
dress, Grunewald Hotel, office cor. 
Canal and N. Claiborne Sts., P. 0. 
Box 242, New Orleans, La. 

THORPE, Burton Lee, M. D., D. D. S.; 

supreme grand master of Delta 
Sigma Delta; ed. Western Dental 
College, 1895; initiated by St. 
Louis Auxiliary, 1903; organizer and 



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first grand master; supreme worthy 
master 1913; supreme grand master 
1914-1915; wrote history of Delta 
Sigma Delta; dental surgeon; presi- 
dent of National Dental Associa- 
tion 1909-1910, president National 
Association of Dental Examiners, 
1903, president of Missouri State 
Dental Association 1901-1902, presi- 
dent of Missouri State Board of 
Dental Examiners 1903-1904, presi- 
dent of St. Louis Society of Dental 
Science 1905, dean and professor of 
operative dentistry, Barnes Dental 
College, 1903-1905, associate editor of 
the "Dental Brief 1904-1914, as- 
sistant secretary of the Inter-Na- 
tional Dental Federation 1904-1914, 
originator and organizer of the 
plan for the Fourth International 
Dental Congress at St. Louis 1904, 
originator of the Jamestown Dental 
Federation 1907, and chairman of 
committee on organization, tnemi. 
American Medical Association, hon- 
orary mem. of the Kansas, Colorado, 

f Virginia, Ohio, Iowa and Tennessee 
State Dental Societies, honorary 
mem. L'Association Generale des 
Dentistes de France and of Der Cen- 
tral-Verein Deutscher Zahnarzte of 
Germany, author of volume on "Bi- 
ographical History of Pioneer 
American Dentists and their Suc- 
cessors," also- of "The Founders of 
the Missouri State Dental Associa- 
tion"; m. Berta Scott, 1895. Ad- 
dress, 3605 Lindell Boulevard, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

THURSTON, Hugh King; inspector of 
the third division of Sigma Nu; 
ed. University of Georgia, 1910; init- 



iated by Mu chapter, 1906; eminent 
commander of the chapter 2 terms; 
district secretary, 1909-1912 and 
president 1913-1914; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1907 and 1909 
at Chicago, 111.; organized the 
Georgia State convention of Sigma 
Nu in 1909; mem. Pan-Hellenic 
Council at University of Georgia; 
lawyer; mayor of Thomaston, Ga., 
for past four years, youngest in state 
when elected; mem. Knights of 
Pythias and W. O. W. Address, 
Thomaston, Ga. 

TILLOTSON, Levi Nelson; supreme 
historian of Phi Alpha Delta; ed. 
Yale University, 1911; initiated by 
Book and Gavel chapter, May, 1910; 
mem. Chi Tau Kappa (honorary law 
fraternity) ; mem. Chicago Alumni 
Association; wrote history of the 
fraternity; lawyer, assistant trial 
attorney for Fidelty and Causalty 
Co. of New York; m. Mary Rebecca 
Laughlin, Dec. 27, 1906. Address, 
805-10 Corn Exchange Bank Bldg., 
Chicago, 111. 

TILROE, Winifred Rogers; custodian 
of song book of Alpha Phi; ed. Syra- 
cuse University, 1896; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, March, 1893; mem. 
Syracuse University and Alpha Phi 
Alumni Associations; national assist- 
ant historian, national historian, 
editor of "Alpha Phi Directory" in 
1912; m. Hugh M. Tilroe, July 27, 
1904. Address, 403 University Place, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

TILTON, Josephus Howard; Acacia; 
ed. Ohio State University, 1901; 
initiated by Waw chapter; charter 



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member; treasurer senior class and 
played varsity football four years; 
captain fourth year; mem. Ohio 
State University Alumni Associa- 
tions and Ohio State Club; grand 
vice-president; grand president dele- 
gate to national convention at Chi- 
cago; chief clerk Ohio Highway De- 
partment; Thirty-Second Degree Ma- 
son, I. O. O. F., Varsity O. Club and 
Gratto. Address, 708 Hartman Bldg., 
Columbus, Ohio. 

TINKHAM, Elizabeth Richmond; presi- 
dent of Eta Alliance of Delta Delta 
Delta; ed. University of Vermont, 
1901; initiated by Eta chapter, 1897; 
m. Henry C. Tinkham, July 2, 1913. 
Address, 46 So. Winooski Ave., 
Burlington, Vt. 

TIPPLE, Ezra Squler, Ph. D., D. D., 
LL. D.; Delta Upsilon; ed. Syracuse 
University, 1884; initiated by Syra- 
cuse chapter; recording secretary, 
corresponding secretary, vice-presi- 
dent of the chapter; chapter editor 
of the "Quarterly;" delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1882; mem. 
eong book committee; executive 
council, 1888; president of same, 
1888-1889; chapter convention, 1900; 
president of Drew Theological Semi- 
nary; m. Edna E. White, June 24, 
1897. Address, Madison, N. J. 

TOBEY, Walter, Lawrence; secretary 
of Hamilton Alumni Association of 
Beta Theta Pi; ed. Miami Univer- 
sity, 1891; initiated by Alpha chap- 
ter, 1889; president of the chapter; 
mem. board of trustees of national 
organization; gathered material for 
Alpha chapter for general catalogue; 



delegate to national convention of 
1891; editor and manager of print- 
ing and publishing business; mem. 
Masonic bodies, B. P. O. E., K. of P.; 
m. Fannie Smith, Dec. 19, 1893. Ad- 
dress, Third and Market Sts., Hamil- 
ton, Ohio. 

TOLLES, Claremont Irving;' publica- 
tion manager of "Garnet and White" 
of Alpha Chi Rho; mem. Phi Alpha 
Delta; ed. Yale University, 1913; 
initiated by Phi Delta chapter, 
March 5, 1911; head of chapter; 
mem. Phi Delta graduate chapter; 
chairman convention committee, 
1913; delegate to national conven- 
tions, 1912-13-14; delegate to inter- 
university fraternity convention at 
Yale, 1913. Address, 116 Fairview 
Ave., Naugatuck, Conn. 

TOMS, William Perry; president of 
Knoxville Alumni Association of 
Kappa Alpha Southern; mem. Phi 
Kappa Phi, Theta Lambda Phi; ed. 
University of Tennessee, LL. B., 
1907; initiated by Pi chapter of 
Kappa Alpha, 1904; delegate to dis- 
trict convention of 1913 and to na- 
tional conventions of 1905 and 1907; 
secretary and manager of the Ful- 
ton Co., metal goods manufacturers; 
formerly secretary Knoxville Woolen 
Mills, woolen cloth manufacturers; 
president Knoxville Y. M. C. A., 
1910-1914; scout commissioner, Knox 
County; mem. Masons, Cherokee 
County Club, Cumberland Club, 
Knoxville Lawn Tennis Club, Board 
of Commerce. Address, 833 Eleanor 
St., Knoxville, Tenn. 

TONSOR, Charles A., Jr., Ph. D.; Delta 



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241 



Sigma Phi; ed. New York Univer- 
sity, A. B. 1907, A. M. 1908, Ph. M. 
1910, Ph. D. 1911; initiated by Gam- 
ma chapter, 1905; president of the 
chapter; college honors: Winner 
freshman entrance prize, Herman 
Ridder German prize, Eucleian Eng- 
lish prize twice, Seward Gibson 
prize in English, J. Gordon Bennett 
prize in economy, A. Ogden Butler 
fellowship; mem. track team three 
years, and inter-collegiate debating 
team two years; contributed to 
"Carnation" of Delta Sigma Phi; 
national president, 1907; delegate 
to national conventions of 1907, 1910, 
1913; auditor of Inter-Fraternity 
Conference of 1912; mem. of the 
English staff on New York Univer- 
sity, Schools of Commerce, En- 
gineering and Arts; mem. Thirty- 
Second Degree Mason; m. Bertha 
Harris, June 26, 1913. Address, 
2316 Andrews Ave., New York City. 

TORRANCE, Ralph Smith; Delta Tau 
Delta; ed. Armour Institute of Tech- 
nology, 1906; initiated by Gamma 
Beta chapter, Nov., 1902; president 
of the chapter; secretary two years 
and president one year of Chicago 
Alumni Chapter; delegate to one na- 
tional convention; consulting engi- 
neer, also secretary-treasurer of S. R. 
Fralick & Co.; m. Mary Virginia 
Dosch, May 14, 1910. Address, 6442 
Glenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

TOWAR, DeLoss; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; ed. University of South Dakota, 
1915; initiated by S. D. Sigma, March 
8, 1913; eminent treasurer of the 
chapter; assisted in revision of by- 



laws of the chapter; first secretary 
and treasurer of Pan Hellenic Coun- 
cil of University of South Dakota; 
mem. Eclectic Society Michigan 
Agricultural College and Third De- 
gree Mason. Address, East Lan- 
sing, Mich. 

TOWNSEND, Harold Guyon; national 
secretary and mem. alumni associa- 
tion board of Phi Kappa Psi; ed. Be- 
loit College 1907; initiated by Wis. 
Gamma chapter, Dec. 19, 1903; presi- 
dent of the chapter; mem. Chicago 
Alumni association and Chicago 
alumni association of Beloit College; 
delegate to district conventions of 
1909-1913; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1904, 1906, 1912, 1914; 
delegate to Chicago Greek Confer- 
ence of 1913; attorney at law; mem. 
Kenwood Lodge 800, A. F. and A. M., 
B. P. O. E. 864 at Beloit, Wis. Ad- 
dress, 719 N. Y. Life Bldg., 39 S. La 
Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

TRAVIS, Julius Curtis; Kappa Sig- 
ma; ed. University of Michigan, 
1894; initiated by Alpha Zeta chap- 
ter, 1892; grand master of the chap- 
ter; national worthy grand procura- 
tor and worthy grand master; dele- 
gate to national conventions; attor- 
ney at law; mem. Knights of Py- 
thias; m. Ethel R. Closser, 1896. 
Address, First National Bank Bldg., 
La Porte, Ind. 

TREDER, Rev. Oscar F. R.; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. St. Stephen's Col- 
lege, 1901; initiated by New York 
Sigma Phi, 1897; eminent archon of 
the chapter; mem. St. Stephen's Col- 
lege Alumni Association ; delegate to 



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National conventions at Nashville 
and Boston; priest; mem. I. O. O. F.; 
past master F. and A. M.; m. Lillian 
E. Howe, 1904. Address, East Hamp- 
ton, N. Y. 

TBIPP, Walter Bradley; national 
treasurer of Phi Alpha Tau; ed. 
Emerson College of Oratory, 1889; 
initiated by Alpha chapter, 1902; 
rayis of the chapter; contributed to 
fraternity magazine; mem. Emerson 
College Alumni Association ; national 
secretary and delegate to two na- 
tional conventions; formed national 
council; teacher of oratory and dra- 
matic literature; lecturer; mem. 
Masons. Address, 30 Huntington 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

TRUMAN, James Steele; province 
chief of Alpha Tau Omega; ed. Cor- 
nell University 1896; initiated by 
Beta Theta chapter, Oct, 1893; wor- 
thy master of the chapter; attorney 
at law; m. Ruth Nina Rich, 1903. 
Address, 76 Front St., Oswego, N. Y. 

TUCKER, Beverly Dandridge, Jr., 
chief of Province VI of Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. University of Virginia, 
1902; Rhodes Scholar from Virginia 
at Christ Church, Oxford, 1905-08; 
A. B. Oxon, 1908; M. A. Oxon, 1912; 
initiated by Virginia Delta; worthy 
scribe of chapter; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa, Theta Iota Lambda, Kappa 
Alpha, Lambda Pi, "Raven"; rector 
of St. Paul's Memorial church, Uni- 
versity of Virginia; chaplain for 
students of Episcopal church; or- 
dained deacon of Protestant Episco- 
pal church in September, 1908; or- 
dained priest in March, 1909; rector 



of St. James and St. Luke's parishes. 
Address, University, Va. 

TUESBURG, L. W.; grand prytanis of 
Tau Kappa Epsilon; ed. at Illinois 
Wesleyan University, 1903; initiated 
by Alpha chapter, 1902; treasurer 
of chapter; mem. Lester H. Martin 
chapter of alumni, Bloomington, 111.; 
grand prytanis two terms; grand 
histor four terms; delegate to all 
national conventions; edited frater- 
nity magazine, "The Teke," for four 
years as histor; lawyer, admitted to 
the bar, 1904; mem. I. O. O. F. and 
Modern Woodmen; m. Grace Stev- 
ens, 1907. Address, 412-414 Sterry 
Blk., Pontiac, 111. 

TUGGLE, Velma Neal; business man- 
ager of the "Adelphean" of Alpha 
Delta Pi; ed. Judson College, 1911; 
initiated by Kappa chapter; estab- 
lished local chapter which petitioned 
and was initiated in 1910; president 
and corresponding secretary of the 
chapter; contributed to magazine; 
mem. Atlanta Alumnae Association; 
business manager of magazine since 
1911; delegate to national convention 
of 1911; m. Robert L. Tuggle, Dec., 
1911. Address, Villa Rica, Ga. 

TUKEY, Ethel Maxwell; editdr of 
"The Anchora" of Delta Gamma; 
mem. Omega Psi; ed. at the Univer- 
sity of Nebraska, 1901; initiated by 
Kappa chapter, October 14, 1897; 
president of chapter; mem. Kappa 
Alpha Alumni Association; delegate 
to national convention, 1899; at- 
tended conventions, 1901-05-11-13; 
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243 



itor. Address, 3126 Chicago St., 
Omaha, Neb. 

TURNER, Emma Harper; Pi Beta Phi; 
ed. Franklin College, 1889; initiated 
by Ind. Alpha, 1889, charter mem- 
ber; president of the chapter; con- 
tributed to Pi Beta Phi "Quarterly"; 
mem. Franklin College Alumni As- 
sociation and president of national 
alumni association for four years; 
national vice-president, one term; 
president, three terms; helped in es- 
tablishment of Pi Beta Phi Settle- 
ment School; mem. Pi Beta Phi Loan 
Fund committee; delegate to nation- 
al conventions of 1890, 1892, 1893, 
1897, as an officer; secretary of first 
Pan-Hellenic Congress, Boston, 1890; 
organized College Women's Club of 
Washington, D. C.; accountant; 
mem. College Woman's Club, Colum- 
bian Women Fine Arts Society and 
Suffrage Association. Address, 
Apartment 64, The Iowa, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

TURNER, Job Darbin; president of 
province Iota of Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; ed. Kentucky State University, 
1900; initiated by Ky. Epsilon, Feb. 
10, 1900; eminent deputy archon of 
the chapter; contributed to "Record" 
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; secretary 
and treasurer of Ky. Stafte University 
Alumni Association; president of 
Lexington, Ky., Alumni Association; 
delegate to province Epsilon conven- 
tions of 1904, Memphis; 1912, Nash- 
ville; 1914, Chicago; head depart- 
ment of feeding stuffs, Kentucky Ag- 
ricultural Experiment Station ; 
graduate manager of athletics at 



Ky. State University; mem. Elks; 
m. Ann Garland Claybrook, Oct. 25, 
1907. Address, 135 Washington Ave., 
Lexington, Ky. 

TUTTLE, Arthur J.; Honorary Emi- 
nent Supreme Archon Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. University of Michigan, 
Ph. B. 1892, LL. B. 1895; initiated 
by Mich. Iota-Beta; eminent archon 
of the chapter; mem. University of 
Michigan Alumni Association; presi- 
dent of province Delta; delegate to 
province conventions at Cincinnati 
and Ann Arbor, Mich; delegate to 
national conventions at Chattanooga, 
Pittsburgh, Washington, D. C., and 
Chicago; founder chapter at Nebraska 
University; United States District 
judge for the eastern district of 
Michigan; m. Jessie B. Stewart, Mar. 
14, 1903; died May 24, 1912. Ad- 
dress, 303 Federal Bldg., Detroit, 
Mich. 

TWINING, Frances Staver; Alpha Phi; 
ed. Northwestern University and 
University of Wisconsin, 1899; initi- 
ated by Beta chapter, Sept. 19, 1891, 
affiliated with Iota chapter, presi- 
dent of the chapter; mem. of the 
Portland, Ore., Alumnae Associa- 
tion; national president, 1906-1908; 
financed and superintended building 
of Alpha Phi chapter house at Madi- 
son, Wis.; m. C. W. Twining, May 6, 
1909. Address, Glenmorrie, Oswego, 
Ore. 

TWINING, Granvllle Howard; vice- 
president of Zeta province of Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; Phi Rho Sigma; ed. 
Northwestern University, 1905; ini- 
tiated by Illinois Psi Omega chap- 



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ter, 1901, of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
eminent archon of the chapter; mem. 
Deru and Sigma Xi, honorary socie- 
ties; district surgeon on Chicago, 
Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad; m. 
Wilhelmine Sommer, 1911. Address, 
Mobridge, S. D. 

u 

UNDERWOOD, Charles Walton; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; ed. University of the 
South, 1905; initiated by Chi chap- 
ter, September, 1903; recording sec- 
retary and corresponding secretary 
of the chapter; grand secretary, 
1909-1911; mem. supreme council, ex- 
change editor, 1908-1910, and editor- 
in-chief, 1911-1913, of the "Shield and 
Diamond" of Pi Kappa Alpha; secre- 
tary to the vice-chancellor of the 
University of the South, S'ewanee, 
Tenn.; mem. Masons; m. Annie M. 
Therrell, Feb. 28, 1910. Address, 
University of the South, Sewanee, 
Tenn. 

UPSHUR, Francis Whittle, M. D.; Phi 
Delta Theta, PI Mu; chapter com- 
missioner of latter; ed. Richmond 
College, 1894, Medical College of Vir- 
ginia, 1897; initiated by Virginia 
Delta chapter of Phi Delta Theta, 
1893, and Beta Gamma chapter of Pi 
Mu, 1896; arch of Pi Mu chapter; 
mem. Richmond Alumni chapters of 
Pi Mu and Phi Delta Theta; general 
secretary, later senior counsellor of 
Pi Mu, now chapter commissioner, 
designed coat of arms and a delegate 
to nearly all of the national conven- 
tions; physician, professor of phar- 
macology and therapeutics, Medical 
College of Virginia. Address, The 
Chesterfield, Richmond, Va. 



UPSON, Charles Ayrault; founder of 
chapter at University of Pennsyl- 
vania of Delta Kappa Epsilon; ed. 
University of Pennsylvania, 1900; 
initiated by Delta Kappa chapter, 
Nov. 9, 1899; head of the chapter; 
mem. Buffalo Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Club; mem. Buffalo Pennsylvania 
Club; delegate to national conven- 
tions at Springfield, 1899; president 
of the Upson Co.; mem. Masons; m. 
Ella J. Morgan, Nov. 9, 1910. Ad- 
dress, Lockport, N. Y. 

UZZELL, Rudyard Stephen; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. Denver Univer- 
sity; initiated by Colorado Zeta, 
1900; treasurer of the chapter; ex- 
president of the New York Alumni 
Association of S. A. E., secretary and 
treasurer of committee on alumni 
degree of S. A. E. ; manufacturer, 
lecturer for Board of Education of 
New York City during the winter 
months; traveled extensively, vis- 
ited all cities over 25,000 in the 
United States, also all countries of 
Europe, traveled in Canada and 
Mexico; past master Long Island 
Lodge No. 382, F. and A. M.; m. Mary 
Maxwell Elaine, Feb. 14, 1906. Ad- 
dress, 2 Rector St., New York City. 



VAIL, Allda; Alpha Phi; ed. Stanford 
Jr. University, 1909; initiated by 
Kappa chapter, September, 1909; 
mem. Phi Beta Kappa; president of 
San Francisco Alumnae chapter; 
visiting delegate, 1913-1914; record- 
ing secretary of general board; dele- 
gate to national convention of 1908 
at Madison, Wis. Address, 1900 
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245 



VALET, Edith Moore; president of Pi 
Beta Phi Alumnae Club of New York 
City; ed. Barnard College, 1912; in- 
itiated by New York Beta, Dec. 23, 
1909; president of the chapter; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa; mem. Barnard Col- 
lege Alumnae Association; presi- 
dent of chapter alumnae club; and 
corresponding secretary of same; 
chairman chapter scholarship com- 
mittee, American Collegiate Associa- 
tion; chairman of calendar commit- 
tee and delegate to district conven- 
tions; teacher of Greek; mem. Wom- 
en's University Club. Address, 111 
W. 127th St., New York City. 

VAN DER VRIES, John N.; secretary 
of the high council of Alpha Tau 
Omega; ed. Hope College, 1903; in- 
itiated by Gamma Mu chapter; mem. 
Sigma Xi, honorary; mem. Kansas 
State and Kansas City Alumni Asso- 
ciations; chief of third province, 
1904-1910, and delegate to province 
conventions of 1907, 1909, 1911; 
worthy grand chief, 1910-1912, 
and delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1904, 1906, 1908, 1910, 1912; 
professor of mathematics, University 
of Kansas; m. Bernice M. Taber, 
1910. Address, 1644 N. H. Sts., Law- 
rence, Kans. 

VAN INGEN, William Dirk; Theta Xi; 
ed. Stevens Institute of Technology, 
1913; initiated by Gamma chapter, 
October, 1909; secretary of Theta Xi 
Alumni Club of New York City and 
secretary of Alumni Association of 
Steven's Institute of Technology; 
mem. convention committee of 1914; 
statistician Mutual Life Insurance 



Co. of New York. Address, 34 Nas- 
sau St., New York City. 

VAN PETTEN, Harry; president of 
western division of Delta Tau Delta, 
1906-1912; ed. Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1904; initiated by Beta Pi chap- 
ter, October, 1900; ritualist of the 
chapter; mem. Chicago Alumni As- 
sociation; delegate to two national 
conventions; treasurer of the W. E. 
Wroe & Co., wholesale paper manu- 
facturers, Chicago, 111.; m. Ruth 
Reed of Ida Grove, la., Oct. 2, 1907. 
Address, 2323 Harrison St., Evans- 
ton, 111. 

VAN WINKLE, Edward; president of 
25th grand lodge of Theta Delta Chi; 
ed. Columbian University, 1900; in- 
itiated by Rho Deuteron chapter, 
1896; treasurer and mem. of execu- 
tive committee; mem. and manager 
of Columbia Varsity LaCrosse team; 
national president; editor of the 
"Shield" of Theta Delta Chi for vol- 
umes 23, 24 and 25, editor of "Bach- 
man Book and Biography of Andrew 
Green"; edited and compiled the 
"Quiz Book"; attended fifteen na- 
tional conventions; delegate to In- 
ter-Fraternity Conference of 1913; 
consulting patent engineer to Wells, 
Fargo Express Co. and Rhinelander 
Real Estate Co.; director in Lons- 
dale Novelty Co., Security Automatic 
Signal Co., and Twentieth Century 
Window Co.; mem. Engineers' Club 
of New York, American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, committee 
man in same, American Society of 
Civil Engineers, Canadian Society of 
Civil Engineers, and Engineering 
Society of Columbia University; m. 



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Sama Le Roy Batdorf, Aug. 15, 1900. 
Address, 90 West St., New York 
City. 

VAUGHN, Cora Antoinette; president 
of Alpha province of Kappa Delta; 
ed. Randolph Macon Woman's Col- 
lege; initiated by Theta chapter, 
Nov. 17, 1906; president of the chap- 
ter; national secretary of sorority 
and delegate to national convention 
of 1908; mem. S. T. A. B. (secret so- 
ciety) and Jefferson Literary So- 
ciety. Address, 308 N. High St., 
Franklin, Va. 

VAUGHN, George; Kappa Sigma; ed. 
University of Arkansas, A. B. 1896, 
LL. B. 1898; initiated by Xi chapter, 
1891; grand master of the chapter; 
contributed to the "Caduceus" of 
Kappa Sigma; mem. Little Rock, 
Ark., Alumni Association; catalogue 
editor, 1893-1897; printer of ritual, 
1897; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Richmond, 1894; lawyer; for- 
mer president of American Associa- 
tion of Title Men, 1912-1913; m. 
Frances E. Edwards of Locksburg, 
Ark., April 17, 1901. Address, resi- 
dence, 800 Battery St., office, 1007-8 
Southern Trust Bldg., Little Rock, 
Ark. 

VAUGHN, Howard; Gamma Sigma 
Delta; ed. Iowa State University, 
1911; initiated by Beta chapter, 
1909; chancellor of the chapter; 
first national grand chancellor of the 
fraternity, 1913; edited the annual 
report; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Columbus, O., 1911; live stock 
farmer. Address, Marion, la. 

VERRAL, Walter Sargeson; Alpha 
Kappa Kappa; ed. Toronto Univer- 



sity, 1909; initiated by Alpha Epsi- 
lon chapter, 1905; secretary of the 
chapter; orthopedic surgeon; mem. 
Masons and Odd Fellows' Lodge ;m. 
Sara Hinch of Toronto, Canada, Dec. 
30, 1912. Address, 765 Granville St., 
Vancouver, B. C. 

VETTER, James Harry; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. University of Chicago 
and University of South Dakota, 
1914; initiated by Illinois Theta, 
January, 1909, affiliated with chapter 
at South Dakota University; emi- 
nent archon of South Dakota Sigma, 
1913-1914; also eminent treasurer; 
eminent recorder at both chapters; 
mem. Chicago Alumni Associations; 
mem. of Pan-Hellenic Council at Uni- 
versity of South Dakota; student* at 
Rush Medical College; mem. Knights 
Templar and Shriner. Address, 1015 
S. Jay St., Aberdeen, S. D. 

VINISSKY, Bernard Walter; senior 
supreme counselor of Beta Phi; ed. 
University of Chicago, 1914; initi- 
ated by Alpha chapter, December, 
1911; senator of the chapter; con- 
tributed to the "Link" of Beta Phi; 
former intermediate supreme coun- 
sellor; delegate to national conven- 
tions of 1913 and 1914; senior law 
student at University of Chicago. 
Address, 3342 W. 12th St., Chicago, 
111. 

VOIGHT, Irma Elizabeth; Sigma Kap- 
pa; ed. University of Illinois, Ph. D., 
1913; initiated by Theta chapter, 
1911; mem. Acoith, Delta Sigma Rho 
and Kappa Delta Pi (honorary); 
represented Illinois at Northern Ora- 
torical League in 1910; winner of 2d 
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clamatory contest at Ilinois, 1911; 
high school teacher seven years; 
three as principal; dean of women, 
Ohio State University, 1913. Ad- 
dress, Box 453, Athens, Ohio. 

VON ROSENBERG, Frederick 
Charles; Kappa Sigma; ed. Univer- 
sity of Texas, 1884; LL. B. George- 
town University, 1889; initiated by 
Tau chapter, September, 1884; grand 
master of the chapter; worthy grand 
master of national organization, 
1888 and 1889; attorney at law; ex- 
commissioner of banking and insur- 
ance of the state of Texas; descend- 
ant from noble family of East Prus- 
sia; mem. A. A. S. R., Free Masonry, 
Thirty-Second Degree and Shrine; 
m. Nina Electa Stephens, of Boise 
City, Idaho, Dec. 19, 1892. Address, 
2510 Whitis Ave., Austin, Tex. 

VOORHEES, Oscar McMurtrie; Delta 
Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; ed. Rut- 
gers College, 1888; initiated by Rut- 
gers chapter of Delta Upsilon; presi- 
dent of the chapter; contributed to 
Delta Upsilon "Quarterly";, national 
secretary, 1886-1887; secretary of the 
United chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, 
1901, and editor of the Phi Beta 
Kappa "Key," 1910; mem. of national 
council of Phi Beta Kappa; clergy- 
man in New Jersey, 1891-1909, in 
New York City, 1909 to date; m. Al- 
ice R. McLain, 1891, Martha S. Elm- 
endorf, 1902. Address, 350 E. 146th 
St., New York City. 

VORE, Anna L. Taylor; Delta Delta 
Delta; ed. University of Nebraska, 
1900; initiated by Kappa chapter, 
1894; president of the chapter; mem. 
Lincoln Alliance; grand marshal; 



teacher, Lincoln, Neb. Address, 640 
S. 30th St., Lincoln, Neb. 

w 

WAGG, Alfred H.; national councilor 
of Alpha Chi Rho; ed. at Dickinson 
College, 1909; initiated by Phi Beta 
chapter, 1905; president of both resi- 
dent and graduate chapters; dele- 
gate to national conventions, 1907- 
08-09-10-12-13-14; national councilor, 
1912-13-14; editor national address 
book, 1909; president Alpha Chi Rho 
Club of New York; vice-president, 
secretary and general manager of 
Amsterdam Development and Sales 
Co.; Mason, Elk. Address, 1369 
Broadway, New York City. 

WAGNER, Franklin Allan; chairman 
chapter house fund committee of 
Sigma Nu; ed. University of Michi- 
gan, 1899, 1901, 1904; initiated by 
Gamma Nu chapter, December, 1903; 
contributed to the "Delta" of Sigma 
Nu; president of the New York 
Alumni chapter, 1909-1911; delegate 
to Inter-Fraternity Conferences of 
1912 and 1913; lawyer, mem. firm of 
Parker, Davis and Wagner; mem. 
F. and A. M. ; m. Ethel Putnam, June 
7, 1906. Address, 34 Nassau St., 
New York City. 

WAGNER, Louise Shlpman; president 
of second district of Kappa Alpha 
Theta; ed. University of Illinois, 
1908; initiated by Delta chapter, No- 
vember, 1904; president of the chap- 
ter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; mem. 
University of Illinois and Chicago 
Alumni Associations; deputy grand 
vice-president, 1909 to 1913, delegate 



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to national convention of 1913; at- 
tended National Pan-Hellenic Con- 
gress of 1911, 1912, 1913 as a visitor; 
m. Fritz Wagner, Jr., Phi Gamma 
Delta, July 30, 1910. Address, 1902 
Sunnyside Ave., Chicago, 111. 

WAKEMAN, Ruth E.; Phi Mu; ed. 
Lawrence College, 1911; initiated by 
Iota chapter, March 28, 1912; busi- 
ness manager of the "Aglaia" of Phi 
Mu; delegate to national convention 
at Niagara Falls, 1913; proofreader, 
George Banta Publishing Co. Ad- 
dress, 425 Broad St., Menasha, Wis. 

WALES, James Albert; Alpha Chi 
Rho; ed. Trinity College, 1901; initi- 
ated by Phi Psi chapter, 1897; mem. 
Phi Beta Kappa, founder of Dickin- 
son chapter; wrote several fraternity 
songs; mem. chapter and New York 
City Alumni Associations; national 
counsellor, 1901-1905; first editor and 
publisher of the "Garnet and 
White," 1900-1903; graduate editor, 
1903-1913; founder and chairman of 
graduate advisory board (which se- 
cures employment for members of 
Alpha Chi Rho); delegate to all na- 
tional conventions except the first; 
only member with this record; own- 
er of Wales Advertising Co., New 
York City; mem. F. and A. M., Jov- 
ian Order; m. Ethel Holbrook Beach, 
Sept. 30, 1909. Address, Box 7, 
Stratford, Conn. 

WALKER, Calvin Albert; secretary 
and organizer (1907) of California 
Alumni Association of Omega Upsi- 
lon Phi; ed. Cooper Medical College, 
now Stanford University, 1905; ini- 
tiated by Iota chapter, 1901; senior 
master of the chapter 1904-1905; su- 



pervisor of the 6th district, Califor- 
nia; first grand junior master, 1904- 
1905; physician and surgeon; mem. 
I. O. O. F. and Olympic Club; m. 
Zella Z. Adair, 1909. Address, 292 
Third St., San Francisco, Calif. 

WALKER, George Neman; district 
chief of Phi Rho Sigma; ed. Uni- 
versity of Nebraska Medical Col- 
lege, 1908; initiated by Iota chap- 
ter, 1903; charter member; mem. 
University of Nebraska and Omaha 
Medical College Alumni Associa- 
tions; physician and surgeon; mem. 
Elks, Masons, American Medical As- 
sociation and Commerce Club; HL 
Gladys Turner Aug. 31, 1911. Ad- 
dress, 203 Ganter Blk., Lincoln, Neb. 

WALKER, Minnie Royre; Kappa Kap- 
pa Gamma; ed. De Pauw University, 
1890; initiated by Iota chapter, No- 
vember, 1887; president and corre- 
sponding secretary of the chapter; 
president of New York Alumnae As- 
sociation; alumnae secretary, 1906- 
1908, and alumni supervisor, 1912- 
1914; editor of "Kappa's Record"; 
deputy grand president; delegate to 
three national conventions from the 
Alumnae Association; mem. Daugh- 
ters of Indiana in New York; m. 
Guy Morrison Walker, Dec. 15, 1911. 
Address, 924 West End Ave., New 
York City. 

WALLACE, Arthur T.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; ed. State University of 
Iowa, 1910; initiated by Iowa Beta 
chapter, Oct. 7, 1907; eminent dep- 
uty archon of the chapter; mem. Des 
Moines Alumni Association; secre- 
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249 



ince Zeta, delegate to province con- 
ventions at Iowa City, 1909, Law- 
rence, 1911 and Columbia 1913; del- 
egate to national conventions at At- 
lantic City, 1909, and Nashville, 
Tenn., 1912; lawyer. Address, 707 
Citizens' National Bank Bldg., Des 
Moines, Iowa. 

WALLACE, Roger Wayne; Sigma Chi, 
Phi Alpha Delta and Tau Kappa 
Alpha; ed. Butler College, 1909, and 
Leland Stanford Jr. University, 
1912; initiated by Rho chapter of 
Sigma Chi, Nov. 2, 1905, and affil- 
iated with Alpha Omega chapter; 
consul in Sigma Chi chapter and 
justice in Phi Alpha Delta chapter; 
president of Indiana chapter of Tau 
Kappa Alpha; contributed to the 
Sigma Chi "Quarterly"; mem. Indian- 
apolis Alumni Association of Sigma 
Chi; national secretary and treas- 
urer of Tau Kappa Alpha and char- 
ter mem. ; annotator of the 4th prov- 
ince of Sigma Chi, secretary of In- 
dianapolis Alumni Association and 
treasurer of Indiana State Associa- 
tion of Sigma Chi; charter mem. of 
Phi Alpha Delta at Stanford Uni- 
versity; delegate to district conven- 
tion of Sigma Chi in 1908 and to 
national convention of 1907; dele- 
gate to national convention of Phi 
Alpha Delta of 1911; Thirty-Second 
Degree Scottish Rite Mason; m. Eliz- 
abeth A. Thompson March 28, 1914. 
Address, 5316 Lowell Ave., Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

WALLING, Benjamin Bennett; grand 
treasurer of Theta Tau; ed. Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, 1909; initiated by 



Alpha chapter, 1908; regent of the 
chapter; mem. Twin City Alumni 
Association; president of same 1912 
and 1913; delegate to national con- 
vention at Houghton, Mich., Jan., 
1911; partner, Rebuke- Walling In- 
vestment Co., real estate and insur- 
ance. Address, 624 Plymouth Bldg., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

WALTER, Caroline Packer Sargent; 

grand secretary, 1896-1898 of Kappa 
Alpha Theta; ed. Swarthmore Col- 
lege, 1894; initiated by Alpha Beta 
chapter, 1891; corresponding secre- 
tary of the chapter; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; contributed to the fraternity 
magazine; mem. Minneapolis Alum- 
nae Association for two years; 
and the Philadelphia Alumnae As- 
sociation for two years; grand 
president 1898-1900; delegate to 
national convention of 1893 at 
Chicago; interested in club and col- 
lege work; m. William Emby Wal- 
ter, Phi Kappa Psi. Address, 403 N. 
Chestnut Rd., Swarthmore, Pa. 

WALTHALL, James Du Bose; Sigma 
Chi; ed. University of Texas, 1903; 
initiated by Alpha Nu chapter, 1901; 
consul of the chapter; mem. San An- 
tonio Alumni Association; delegate 
to national convention at Detroit, 
1903; attorney, formerly attorney 
general of Texas. Address, Central 
Trust Bldg., San Antonio, Texas. 

WALTHER, Florine Walker; Chi 
Omega; ed. George Washington Uni- 
versity, 1911; initiated by Phi Alpha 
chapter Nov., 1908; president of the 
chapter; mem. committee to edit 
the song book; mem. New York City 



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Alumnae Association; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Lexington, 
1910, and Niagara, 1913; m. Henry 
J. Walther, June 24, 1913. Address, 
525 W. 169th St., New York City. 

WALTHER, Henry Wellman Emile, 
M. D.; past supreme editor of the 
Phi Beta Pi "Quarterly"; ed. Tu- 
lane University, 1910; initiated by 
Alpha Beta chapter, March 8, 1907; 
archon of the chapter, 1909; contrib- 
uted frequently to the fraternity 
magazine; supreme southern prae- 
tor, 1908-1910; supreme editor, 1911- 
1913; delegate to national conven- 
tions 1908, 1909, 1910 and 1911; phy- 
sician, assistant in genito-urinary 
and venereal diseases in Tulane Uni- 
versity School of Medicine, New Or- 
leans, La.; m. Lilian Helen Cormier, 
March 12, 1912. Address, residence, 
7716 Plum St., office, Macheca 
Bldg., New Orleans. 

WALTON, Mabel Lee; grand presi- 
dent of Sigma Sigma Sigma; ed. 
Randolph Macon Woman's College; 
initiated by Gamma chapter, April 
16, 1904; vice-president of the chap- 
ter, contributed many articles to the 
magazine, "The Triangle"; national 
offices held: grand vice-president, as- 
sociate editor, business manager of 
magazine. Address, Woodstock, Va. 

WAND, J. Ben; grand histor and editor 
of the Teke of Tau Kappa Epsilon; 
ed. at the Milliken University, 1911; 
initiated by Beta chapter, Nov., 1911; 
histor of the chapter; mem. Milliken 
Alumni chapter; manager and editor 
of Clinton "Daily Public"; m. Zoa 



E. Stine, Sept. 5, 1911. Address, 
Clinton, 111. 

WARD, Hubert Herrick; ex-president 
of the general council of Phi Delta 
Theta; ed. Ohio State University, 
1890; initiated by Ohio Zeta, 1886; 
ex-president Cleveland, 0., Alumni 
Club and ex-president Portland, Ore., 
Alumni Club; president of Delta 
province, 1896-1898; delegate to 
many province conventions; treas- 
urer of general council 1898-1900; 
president of general council 1900- 
1902; trustee, 1902-1904; delegate to 
many national conventions; mem. 
University Club, Portland, Thirty- 
Second Degree Mason and Shrine; 
manager of Pacific Northwest Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Co. of California. 
Address, 89 4th St., Portland, Ore. 

WARD, Floy Elizabeth Rockwell; 
Kappa Delta; ed. Illinois Wesleyan 
University, 1909; initiated by Omi- 
cron chapter, March 28, 1908; sec- 
retary and treasurer of the chapter; 
contributed articles to "Angelos" of 
Kappa Delta; mem. Bloomington 
Alumnae Association; editor of the 
"Angelos," 1909-1911; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Atlanta, Ga., 
1911; m. Irving Dean Ward, Aug. 26, 
1914. Address, Milner, Idaho. 

WARDWELL, Arthur Soper; national 
treasurer of Theta Xi; ed. Cornell 
University, 1906; initiated by Zeta 
chapter, May, 1904; treasurer of 
the chapter; director of graduate 
corporation of Cornell chapter since 
1906; national treasurer; delegate 
to several national conventions; 
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ence of 1913 and 1914; engineer 
with New York Telephone Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; mem. F. and A. M. 
Thirty-second Degree, Aurora Grata 
Consistory. Address, 541 Lincoln 
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WARE, Ezra Jones; Delta Tau Delta; 
ed. University of Michigan, 1888; 
initiated by Delta chapter, Oct., 1881; 
coresponding secretary of the chap- 
ter; mem. Kansas City Alumni chap- 
ter of Delta Tau Delta; delegate to 
district convention of 1888 at Cleve- 
land, O., delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1882, 1883, 1884, 1886, 
1887; chemist with Parke, Davis & 
CQ. in clerical capacity; mem. 
Knights of Pythias; m. Lizzie F. 
Hayden, 1888. Address, 7433 Main 
St., Kansas City, Mo. 

WARNER, A. L. D.; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; ed. Harvard University, 1907; 
initiated by Massachusetts Gamma 
Dec., 1904; mem. New York City 
Alumni Association of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Harvard Alumni Associa- 
tion; m. Margherita Hall Arkell, 
Nov. 4, 1908; occupation sugar re- 
fining, the Warner Sugar Refining 
Co., 79 Wall St., New York City. 

WARNER, Lalah Ruth Randle (Mrs. 
Everett) ; department editor of the 
"Key" of Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. 
De Pauw University, 1907; initiated 
by Iota chapter, Oct., 1903; presi- 
dent of the chapter; mem. Iota and 
Chicago Alumnae Associations ; 
alumnae and department editor of 
the "Key"; writer, author of "My 
Mountain Tops," 1912, and magazine 
articles; m. Everett Warner, June 



25, 1914. Address, 719 W. Charles 
St., Muncie, Ind. 

WASSELL, Harry B.; national secre- 
tary of Phi Gamma Delta; ed. 
Bucknell University, 1900; initiated 
by Delta chapter, 1896; attorney at 
law. Address, 5522 Hays St., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

WATERBURY, Edwin Morey; former 
editor of "Alpha Sigma Phi"; ed. 
Yale University, 1910; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, March 28, 1907; trus- 
tee of building fund of chapter; 
mem. New York City Alumni Asso- 
ciation; national editor of the "Tom- 
ahawk," 1909-1913; grand secretary, 
grand marshal, compiled data for 
history and directory, delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1907, 1908, 
1909, 1910; editor Corning, N. Y., 
"Evening Leader;" mem. Mason and 
Acacia; m. Florence Feme Ash- 
craft, May 31, 1912. Address, 114 
Cedar St., Corning, N. Y. 

WATERMAN, Alonzo H.; Phi Alpha 
Gamma; ed. Hahnemann Medical 
College, 1906; initiated by Eta 
Lambda chapter, 1902; president of 
the chapter; mem. Chicago Alumni 
Association; grand president, archon, 
managing editor of the second cata- 
logue, history and directory, asso- 
ciate editor of the "Quarterly" of 
Phi Alpha Gamma; delegate to na- 
tional conventions of 1903, 1904, 
1905, 1906 and 1913; physician. Ad- 
dress, Hptel Sherman, Chicago, 111. 

WATERS, Enos; Theta Delta Chi; ed. 
College of the City of New York, 
1913, University of Illinois, 1914; in- 
itiated by Pi Delta chapter, Nov., 



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1909, president of the chapter, 1910- 
1911, affiliated Kappa Delta Chapter 
and was president 1913-1914; acting 
national secretary G. L.; attended 
national conventions at New York, 
1911, and Chicago, 1913; farmer and 
teacher. Address, R. R. No. 2, Car- 
linville, 111. 

WATSON, Erna Berry; former nation- 
al president of Beta Sigma Omicron; 
ed. Synodical College, 1896 ; initiated 
by Beta chapter, 1894; president of 
the chapter; wrote thirty songs and 
contributed to magazine; mem. Ful- 
ton, Mo., and Lexington, Ky., Alum- 
nae Associations; national president 
two terms and national editor two 
terms; edited the Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron "Song Book"; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Jamestown 
and Lookout Mountain; director of 
art in Hamilton College, Lexington, 
Ky.; chairman Boone's Trail Com- 
mittee of the Daughters of the Amer- 
ican Revolution; mem. of the Na- 
tional Old Trails committee; teacher 
in Missouri Valley College, Stanton 
College, Porter College, Hamilton 
College; studied in St. Louis School 
of Fine Arts, Chautauqua New York 
Summer School and under special 
teachers in New York, St. Louis and 
Chicago. Address, 901 Court St., 
Fulton, Mo. 

WATSON, Raymond E.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; ed. Kan- 
sas University, 1911; initiated by 
Kansas Alpha of S. A. E., Oct. 26, 
1908; herald of the chapter; con- 
tributed to the "Record"; secretary 
for two terms of Kansas City Alumni 



Association; vice-president of prov- 
ince Zeta and delegate to province 
convention at Columbia, Mo., Nov., 
1913; delegate to national conven- 
tion of 1912; attorney at law with 
Watson, Watson and Alford, 1110 
Grand Ave., Temple; m. Margaret 
A. Haddock, April 4, 1914. Address, 
3526 Benton, Kansas City, Mo. 

WATSON, Vesta Lockwood; treasurer 
of Chi Omega; ed. George Wash- 
ington University, 1908; initiated by 
Phi Alpha, 1904; president of the 
chapter; mem. Washington City 
Alumnae Association; acting busi- 
ness manager of the "Eleusis" of Chi 
Omega; delegate to national conven- 
tion at Washington, D. C.; m. 
Charles A. Watson. Address, 1742 
Lamont St., Washington, D. C. 

WATTS, Katherine Sallyus; business 
manager of the "Agalia" of Phi Mu; 
ed. Hollins College, 1913; initiated 
by Beta chapter, June, 1911; corre- 
sponding secretary of the chapter; 
vice-president of Hollins College 
Alumnae Association; teacher. Ad- 
dress, Big Island, Va. 

WATTS, Lawrence Arthur; Beta 
Theta Pi; ed. Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1907; initiated by 111. Rho chap- 
ter, Nov., 1903; secretary of Dallas, 
Texas, Alumni Association of Beta 
Theta Pi; manager the Republic 
Rubber Co. of Texas; m. Hazel E. 
Spaulding, Sept. 11, 1906. Address, 
4727 Worth St., Dallas, Texas. 

WAUGH, Leuman M.; mem. board of 
directors, supreme chapter of Xi 
Psi Phi; ed. University of Buffalo, 
dental department; initiated by Mu 



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chapter, 1908; charter mem.; pres- 
ident and secretary of chapter; 
mem. Buffalo and New York State 
Alumni Associations of Xi Psi Phi; 
first president National Alumni As- 
sociation; first president Buffalo 
Alumni Association; delegate to na- 
tional convention of 1914; treasurer 
of Fraternity Building Co. of Mu 
chapter; Orthodentist, professor 
Pathology and Histology, Univer- 
sity of Buffalo; mem. Free and Ac- 
cepted Masons; m. Henrietta C. By- 
ers, 1902. Address, 576 5th Ave., 
New York City. 

WEAVER, Ethan Allen; Chi Phi; ed. 
Lafayette College, 1874; founder of 
Rho chapter, 1874, and honorary 
mem. of Omicron chapter, Yale Uni- 
versity; secretary of his class, 1883, 
and editor of college monthly; con- 
tributed to Chi Phi "Quarterly"; 
mem. of Chi Phi Circle of Phila- 
delphia; compiled and edited Gen- 
eral Historical and Biographical 
Register of Chi Phi, 1890; engaged 
in journalistic work until 1877; 
studied law, 1878 entered employ of 
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.; has 
since served in civil engineering de- 
partment, 15 years with chief en- 
gineer of construction and since 1893 
with chief engineer of maintenance 
of way; appointed on several com- 
missions by former Gov. Whitaker of 
Pennsylvania; twice delegate to ju- 
dicial conventions in Philadelphia to 
nominate candidates for judgeship; 
mem. Historical Society of Penn. 
Moravian Historical Society, His- 
torical Society of Bucks County, Pa.; 



vice-president and mem. executive 
committee, Society of the Army of 
the Potomac; mem. Free and Ac- 
cepted Ancient York Masons; war- 
rant mem. Colonial Lodge No. 631 
and trustee, Life Companion of Je- 
rusalem chapter No. 3, Royal Arch 
Masons of Philadelphia; written 
many genealogical, biographical and 
historical books and tracts; m. Mary 
Patterson, 1883. Address, 251 West 
Harvey St., Germantown, Pa. 

WEBB, Roscoe Hess; vice-president 
of Eta Kappa Nu; ed. Purdue Uni- 
versity, 1908; initiated by Beta chap- 
ter, April 27, 1907; contributed to 
the "Bridge" of Eta Kappa Nu; mem. 
Pittsburgh Alumni Association; na- 
tional treasurer, 1913-1914, vice-pres- 
ident 1913-1915, editor-in-chief of the 
"Bridge"; mem. installation comr 
mittee to Kappa chapter, Cornell 
University, Jan. 27, 1912; delegate to 
national convention at Madison, 
1913; engineering apprentice with 
Westinghouse Electric and Manufac- 
turing Co., 1910; mem. sales depart- 
ment, 1910 to date. Address, 1412 
Elm St., Wilkinsburgh, Pa. 

WEBBE, William Edward; former 
president of province Delta of Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. Purdue Univer- 
sity, 1906, University of Wisconsin, 
1911; initiated by Indiana Beta, 
April 1, 1904; deputy archon of 
chapter; founder of Alpha Alpha fra- 
ternity of University of Wisconsin; 
mem. Chicago and Fort Wayne 
Alumni Associations; province vice- 
president, 1911, and president, 1912, 
1913, 1914; delegate to province con- 
ventions of 1911, 1912 and 1914; del- 



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egate to national convention of 
1912; farmer, Barrington, 111., and 
treasurer of Bash Mfg. Co., Fort 
Wayne, Ind.; m. Blanche Lucius, 
Alpha Phi, June 20, 1914. Address, 
Bash Mfg. Co., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

WEBSTER, Bethuel Matthew; prov- 
ince president of Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; ed. University of Colorado, 
1894; initiated by Colorado Chi, 
1892; treasurer of the chapter; mem. 
Denver Alumni Association; attor- 
ney at law; mem. Masons, Blue 
Lodge, Chapter; m. Anna L. David- 
son, June 15, 1909. Address, 614 
Kittredge Bldg., Denver, Colo. 

WEBSTER, Clyde Irvin; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. University of Mich- 
igan, 1899, A. B. 1901, LL. D.; in- 
itiated by Michigan Iota Beta, 1897; 
eminent archon of the chapter; 
mem. Detroit Alumni Association, 
province president of province Del- 
ta; delegate to province conventions 
at Purdue University and Delaware, 
O.; delegate to national convention 
at Boston, 1900, and Atlanta; 
United States attorney for eastern 
district of Michigan; mem. all Ma- 
sonic degrees; m. Edith May Hughes, 
Sept. 4, 1901. Address, 31 King St., 
Detroit, Mich. 

WEEKS, Luther Cornelius; editor-in- 
chief of the "Emerald" of Sigma Pi ; 
ed. Yale University, 1903; joined 
Eta chapter while an instructor at 
Purdue University; charter member, 
June 18, 1910; secretary of the chap- 
ter; mem. Sigma Xi (honorary); 
mem. of executive council; delegate 
to national conventions at Colum- 



bus, 1912, and Champaign, 1914; as- 
sistant in mathematics at Yale Uni- 
versity, 1903 to 1906, instructor at 
Purdue University eight years; now 
steward in charge and manager of 
Union Oil Co.'s Hotel at Oleum, 
Calif.; mem. Lincoln Club and West 
Lafayette Club ot West Lafayette, 
Ind.; m. Mary E. Matthews, June 12, 
1912. Address, Oleum, Calif. 

WEHE, Waldemar C.; chief justice, 
1904-1905, of Phi Alpha Delta; ed. 
University of Wisconsin, 1905; ini- 
tiated by Ryan chapter, March, 1904; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1904-1905; practicing attorney in Mil- 
waukee since 1905; mem. Common 
Council of the city, 1912-1916; mem. 
Masons; m. Ruby M. Chapman, Oct. 
27, 1907. Address, 800-802 First Na- 
tional Bank Bldg, Milwaukee, Wis. 

WENSTRAND, David E. W.; national 
president of Phi Rho Sigma; mem. 
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ed. at 
Northwestern University, 1898, med- 
ical department, 1900; initiated by 
Illinois Psi-Omega, chapter of Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon, October 17, 1894; 
initiated by Alpha chapter of Phi 
Rho Sigma, November 12, 1898; emi- 
nent correspondent of Illinois Psi- 
Omega chapter of S. A. E.; mem. 
Milwaukee Alumni Association of 
S. A. E.; delegate to national con- 
ventions of S. A. E., 1902-1909; dele- 
gate to province conventions of S. 
A. E,, 1898, 1902, 1906, 1908, 1910; 
delegate to national conventions of 
Phi Rho Sigma, 1898, 1901, 1903, 
1905; vice-president of Province 
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of Province Delta of S. A. E., 1908, 
1910; secretary of grand council of 
Phi Rho Sigma, 1895-1905; mem. 
grand council, 1905-1913; president 
of grand council, 1913 to date; au- 
thor of History of Phi Rho Sigma; 
contributed to Phi Rho Sigma "Jour- 
nal"; delegate to Chicago Greek 
Conference, 1913; called inter-medi- 
cal fraternity conference, May 30, 
1914; instrumental in the founding 
of many Phi Rho Sigma chapters; 
physician, assistant medical direc- 
tor of Northwestern Mutual Life In- 
surance Company; m. Gertrude E. 
Walters, Jan. 1, 1907. Address, 
Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

WEST, Preston Caplinger; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon; ed. Southern Presby- 
terian University, 1888; initiated by 
Tenn. Zeta chapter, Sept., 1885, af- 
filiated with Virginia Omicron, 
1890; eminent archon of chapter; 
contributed several articles to the 
"Record' of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
mem. Muskogee Alumni chapter; 
province president; delegate to na- 
tional conventions at Columbus, S. 
C., 1887, and Kansas City, 1910; so- 
liciter for the Department of the In- 
terior of the United States; mem. 
Masons and Elks; m. Bess D. Shelby 
of Fort Smith, Ark., Oct. 20, 1897. 
Address, The Kennesaw, 16th and 
Irving Sts., Washington, D. C.; per- 
manent home address, Muskogee, 
Okla. 

WEST, Vernon E.; correspondence 
editor, "Delta Chi Quarterly"; ed. 
at Georgetown University, Washing- 



ton, D. C., 1908; initiated by George- 
town chapter, April, 1906; president 
of chapter; delegate to national con- 
vention at Toronto, Canada, 1913; 
mem. Washington Alumni chapter; 
lawyer. Address, Century Bldg., 
Washington, D. C. 

WESTERMANN, May Cynthia Whit- 
ing; Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1896, A. M. 
1898; initiated by Sigma chapter, 
Dec. 13, 1892; president of the chap- 
ter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; contrib- 
uted to the "Key" of Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; secretary of the St. Louis 
Alumnae Association for three 
years; acting grand treasurer, 1898- 
1902; grand secretary, 1900-1902; 
grand president, 1902-1904; histo- 
rian 1904-1906; installed chapters at 
University of Colorado and Tulane 
University; taught English litera- 
ture in University of Nebraska for 
six years, later adjunct professor; 
Daughter of the American Revolu- 
tion and Daughters of 1812; m. Theo- 
dore Westermann, Oct. 1, 1902. Ad- 
dress, 4435 Forest Park Boulevard, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

WESTON, Ethel Hayward; grand sec- 
retary of Sigma Kappa; ed. Colby 
College, 1908; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, Oct., 1903; president of the 
chapter; delegate to national con- 
ventions of 1908, 1909, 1913; dele- 
gate to Chicago- Greek Conference 
of 1913; addressed local Pan-Hel- 
lenic at Colby College; m. Benjamin 
T. Weston, Aug. 18, 1909. Ad- 
dress, Box 208, Old Town, Me. 

WESTWOOD, Herman J.; former na- 



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tional secretary of Delta Chi; ed. 
Cornell University, 1897; initiated 
by Cornell chapter, Sept., 1894; clerk 
of the chapter; national secretary 
three terms, editor of second direc- 
tory and first song book; delegate 
and chairman at five national con- 
ventions; delegate to New York In- 
ter-Fraternity Conference of 1912; 
lawyer, delegate to New York State 
Constitutional Convention, 1915: 
mem. Elks, I. O. O. F., Grange; m. 
Cova I. Smith, Sept 2, 1903. Ad- 
dress, 23 E.Main St., Fredonia, N. Y. 

WHEAT, Harry Grove; Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon; ed. West Virginia University, 
1912; initiated by W. Va. Beta, May 
5, 1908; president of the chapter; 
mem. Phi Beta Kappa; national 
grand guard and delegate to sev- 
enth national conclave, Detroit, Aug. 
26, 1912; superintendent of schools, 
Williamstown, W. Va.; mem. Ma- 
sons. Address, Williamstown, W. 
Va. 

WHEELER, Bertha Robinson; presi- 
dent of the Waterville, Me., Alli- 
ance of Delta Delta Delta, 1913-1914; 
ed. Colby College, 1907; initiated by 
Alpha Upsilon chapter, May 14, 1908; 
secretary of local chapter which pe- 
titioned Delta Delta Delta; mem. 
Kappa Alpha (senior society) ; mem. 
Colby College Alumnae Association; 
formerly teacher, now assistant in 
public library; mem. Pythian Sis- 
terhood, the Patrons of Husbandry; 
m. Lyman Wheeler, April 16, 1912. 
Address, Bethel, Maine. 

WHEELER, Cleora Clark; custodian 
of the badge of Kappa Kappa Gam- 



ma; ed. University of Minnesota, 
1903; initiated by Chi chapter, Oct. 
9, 1899; mem. Minnesota Alumnae 
Association; grand registrar, 1904-6; 
custodian, 1911; designer of the of- 
ficial book-plate, publisher of the 
record book of the fraternity, "Kap- 
pas I have known," 1912; delegate to 
women's interfraternity confer- 
ence at Chicago, 1905; designer and 
illuminator; delegate to national 
conventions of 1902 and 1908. Ad- 
dress, 1376 Summit Ave., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

WHEELER, Edmund Burke; one of 

the founders of Eta Kappa Nu; ed. 
University of Illinois, 1905; initiated 
by Alpha chapter; mem. Tau Beta 
Pi and Sigma Xi (honorary) ; mem. 
New York Alumni Association of Tau 
Beta Pi; president of national exec- 
utive council of Eta Kappa Nu, 1906- 
1907; telephone engineer; engineer in 
physical laboratory of Western Elec- 
tric Co. of New York; m. Grace M. 
Kelly, June 14, 1910. Address, 307 
W. 122nd St., New York City. 

WHEELIHAN, Harriot Burnton; Al- 
pha Phi; ed. University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1898; initiated by Iota chapter, 
Oct., 1896; contributed to Alpha Phi 
"Quarterly"; mem. Wisconsin Alum- 
nae, Grafton Hall Alumnae and Chi- 
cago Alumnae Associations; record- 
ing secretary, 1910-1912, correspond- 
ing secretary, 1912-1914; delegate to 
Chicago Greek Conference of 1913; 
m. Frank A. Wheelihan, Phi Delta 
Theta, 1899. Address, 1207 Mich- 
igan Ave., Evanston, 111. 

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Louis) ; chairman of Sigma Build- 
ing Fund Committee of Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; ed. University of California, 
1908; initiated by Sigma chapter, 
February, 1907, charter member; 
vice-president of the chapter; presi- 
dent of San Francisco Alumnae 
Chapter, 1911; m. John Louis Whe- 
lan, Sept., 1914. Address, 2300 Di- 
visadero St., San Francisco, Calif. 

WHITAKER, Karl Enroll; president 
of Tampa Alumni Association of 
Sigma Nu; ed. at Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1911, A. M.; 1912, LL. B.; ini- 
tiated by Delta Gamma chapter, 
1911; delegate to Atlanta national 
convention; delegate to 14th dis- 
trict convention, New York City, 
1912; mem. extension committee; 
lawyer; mem. B. P. O. E.; m. Olivia 
Moody, Sept. 10, 1912. Address, 722 
Fielding Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

WHITE, Albert Blakeslee; Alpha Sig- 
ma Phi; ed. Marietta College, 1878; 
initiated by Delta chapter, Septem- 
ber, 1874; H. S. P. of the chapter; 
national G. S. P. (highest office) ; 
did ritual work 1876-1877; delegate 
to several national conventions; 
delegate to Inter-Fraternity Confer- 
ence, but unable to attend; gov- 
ernor of West Virginia, 1901-1905; 
manufacturer and banker; mem. all 
Masonic bodies and Elks; m. Agnes 
Ward, Oct. 2, 1879. Address, 1019 
Murdock Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va. 

WHITE, Andrew Dickson, M. A., LL. 
D., Ph. D.; grand senior president 
of Alpha Sigma Phi; mem. Sigma 
Phi, Psi Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa 
and Skull and Bones; ed. Yale Uni- 



versity, A. B., 1853; A. M., 1856; 
post graduate work at Sorbonne Col- 
lege de France and University of 
Berlin; author of "The College Fra- 
ternity"; delegate to many district 
conventions of Alpha Sigma Phi and 
to national conventions of 1864, 
1868, 1884, 1912; commissioner to 
Santo Domingo and to France, min- 
ister to Germany and to Russia; am- 
bassador to Germany; president of 
American delegation to last Hague 
conference; professor and lecturer 
in history at University of Michi- 
gan, Stanford University, Tulane 
University and University of Penn- 
sylvania; president of Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1867-1885; author of many 
works on history, and contributor 
to leading reviews and magazines; 
m. Helen Magill, 1890. Address, 27 
East Ave., Ithaca, N, Y. 

WHITE, Horace Henry; Kappa Alpha, 
Southern; ed. Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, B. A. 1886, L. L. B. 1887; ini- 
tiated by Chi chapter, April 9, 1883; 
head of chapter; mem. Alexandria 
Alumni Association; national of- 
fices held: K. C., G. H., editor-in- 
chief; delegate to 13th and 14th na- 
tional conventions; lawyer; mem. F. 
and A. M., I. O. O. F.; m. Fannie 
Blythe, Dec. 27, 1887. Address, Al- 
exandria, La. 

WHITE, Lee A.; national historian 
and alumni organizer of Sigma Del- 
ta Chi; ed. University of Michigan, 
A. B. 1910, M. A. 1911; initiated by 
Michigan Gamma, 1909, charter 
member; secretary of the chapter; 
contributor to the "Quill" of Sigma 



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Delta Chi; mem. University of 
Michigan Alumni Association and 
Seattle Alumni Chapter of Sigma 
Delta Chi; wrote national history, 
bore petition to American Confer- 
ence, Teachers of Journalism, Madi- 
son, Wis., Nov. 28, 1913; officer at 
national conventions of 1912, 1913, 
1914, 1915; given Chester Wells Me- 
morial Key at national convention 
of 1914 at Ann Arbor, Mich.; former- 
ly editorial writer of the "Detroit 
"News," now assistant professor of 
journalism, University of Washing- 
ton; m. Florence E. Baker, July 1, 
1912. Address, 5604 University 
Blvd., Seattle, Wash. 

WHITE, Lena; national president of 
Theta Sigma Phi; mem. Delta Delta 
Delta; ed. University of Washing- 
ton; initiated by Theta Alpha chap- 
ter, Jan. 31, 1912; of Delta Delta 
Delta; president of the chapter; and 
corresponding secretary; editor of 
the "Year Book" of the University 
of Washington, 1915. Address, 4714 
17th Ave., N. E,, Seattle, Wash. 

WHITFORD, Mary; national historian 
of Gamma Phi Beta; ed. Syracuse 
University, 1881; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, March 22, 1878; mem. Syra- 
cuse Alumnae Association; twice 
chairman of committees to prepare 
sorority directory and once to pre- 
pare song book; high school teacher 
since 1887. , Address, 206 Kirk St., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

WHITNEY, Alfred Carpenter; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; ed. University 
of Minnesota, 1903; initiated by Min- 
nesota Alpha, charter member; emi- 



nent archon of the chapter; delegate 
to province Delta convention of 1902 
at Champaign, 111.; president Shur- 
meier Wagon Co., 320 E. 9th St., St. 
Paul, Minn. 

WHITNEY, Margaret Delia Mason; 
Alpha Phi; ed. University of Michi- 
gan, 1900; initiated by Theta chap- 
ter, Dec., 1895; mem. Omega Psi 
(sophomore society); contributed to 
Alpha Phi "Quarterly" magazine; 
mem. Chicago Alumnae chapter, 
1901-1902, and charter mem. of San 
Francisco Alumnae chapter; presi- 
dent of the general board of Alpha 
Phi, 1900-1902, instrumental in form- 
ing Pan-Hellenic Congress; mem. Si- 
erra chapter of the Daughters of the 
American Revolution ; did some post- 
graduate work at University of Cal- 
ifornia; m. Clarence Wright Whit- 
ney, April 30, 1901. Address, 2630 
Haste St., Berkley, Calif. 

WHITTINGTON, Mary Thomas (Mrs. 
G. P.); assistant editor of the "To 
Dragma" of Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. 
H. Sophie Newcomb College, 1911; 
initiated by Pi chapter, March 11, 
1908; president of the chapter; con- 
tributed to magazine; mem. New- 
comb Alumnae Association; delegate 
to one national convention; m. 
George Purnell Whittington, Octo- 
ber, 1911. Address, P. O. Box 45, 
Alexandria, La. 

WHOLENBERG, Walter Jacob; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Sigma Tau; ed. Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1910; initiated 
by Nebraska Alpha, April 19, 1914; 
president of Sigma Tau chapter, 
mem. Sigma Psi and Gamma Alpha; 



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mem. supreme council of Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; assistant professor of me- 
chanical engineering, University of 
Oklahoma; formerly with Westing- 
house Machine Co., engineer in sta- 
tistical department of Western Trac- 
tion Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ad- 
dress, 542 Boulevard, Norman, Okla. 

WIELAND, Frank; former president 
of Delta Tau Delta; mem. Phi Al- 
pha Gamma; ed. at Buchtel College, 
1890; initiated by Eta chapter, 1890; 
president of chapter; delegate to 
many national conventions; mem. 
college and medical school alumni 
associations; president of Delta Tau 
Delta, 1901, 1907; author of "College 
Men and Social Evils"; surgeon; 
staff of Cook County Baptist and 
Hahnemann Hospitals; m. Anne 
Goosley, 1896. Address, 122 S. Mich- 
igan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

WIGGANS, Cleo Claude; grand editor 
of Gamma Sigma Delta; ed. Uni- 
versity of Missouri College of Agri- 
culture, 1912, A. M., 1913; initiated 
by Missouri Delta Chapter, October, 
1910; editor of Missouri Agriculture 
College "Farmer" for one year; 
mem. Gamma Alpha and Sigma Xi 
(honorary) ; also O. E. B. G. (local) ; 
instructor in horticulture, Univer- 
sity of Missouri. Address, Horti- 
culture Bldg., Columbia, Mo. 

WIGGS, Leslie Byron, M. D.; national 
historian of Pi Mu; ed. Medical Col- 
lege of Virginia, 1907; initiated by 
Gamma chapter, 1903; arch aorta 
of the chapter; mem. Medical Col- 
lege of Virginia Alumni Association ; 
delegate to national convention of 



1912; physician, specialist in dis- 
eases of the kidneys, associate pro- 
fessor of materia medica and phar- 
macology, Medical College of Vir- 
ginia, professor of materia medica 
and pharmacology in Johnston-Wil- 
lis Training School for Nurses, med- 
ical consultant in diseases of the 
kidneys in Johnstown-Willis Sana- 
torium, Richmond, Va. Address, 210 
E. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 

WILBUR, Aldus; Kappa Sigma; ed. 
Swarthmore College, 1904; initiated 
by Pi chapter, 1901; G. M. of the 
chapter; alumnus advisor to Pi chap- 
ter; delegate to national convention 
at New Orleans, 1902; insurance ad- 
juster and advertising writer. Ad- 
dress, 317 N. Chester Road, Swarth- 
more, Pa. 

WILCOX, Ruth Myall; president of 
grand council of Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron; ed. at Liberty College, Liberty, 
Mo.; initiated by Omicron chapter, 
Sept. 16, 1908; president of chapter; 
national treasurer two terms, and 
president one; delegate to Chicago 
Greek conference, 1913; m. Roger 
Tryon Wilcox, Alpha Delta Phi, Aug. 
26, 1913. Address, Chestnut Ridge 
Farm, Glen Gardner, N. J. 

WILEY, Genevra Gwynn (Mrs. Otis 
M. ) ; Alpha Phi ; ed. Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 1892; initiated by Alpha 
chapter, October, 1888; mem. Syra- 
cuse University and Syracuse Alum- 
nae Club; national president 1898- 
1900; delegate to national conven- 
tion at New York, 1902; m. Dr. Otis 
M. Wiley, Oct. 15, 1896. Address, 
3104 So. Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. 



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WILEY, William Halsted; president of 
the grand lodge of Theta Xi; ed. 
College of the City of New York, 
A. B., 1861, Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute, C. E. 1866; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, October, 1864; civil 
engineer and scientific publisher, as- 
sistant engineer Brooklyn Water 
Works, Croton Water Works, Phil- 
adelphia and Reading R. R., River- 
side Park, Chicago; superintendent 
of Tunnel Hill Coal Co., New Lex- 
ington, O.; president of John Wiley 
& Sons, scientific publishers; 
served as first lieutenant in the 
Civil War, 1862, captain and major, 
1863-1864; mem. Township Commis- 
sion, East Orange, N. J., three years, 
chairman one year; mem. grand jury 
of Essex County; state commissioner 
at Louisiana Purchase Exposition; 
mem. 68th, 59th and 61st Congress; 
mem. American Society of Civil En- 
gineers and American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers American Insti- 
tute of Mining Engineers, Ameri- 
can Institute of Electrical Engineers, 
A. A. A. S., Mil. Order Loyal Legion; 
Clubs: University, Engineers, Army 
and Navy, Cosmos, Essex County, 
Country, Mountain Golf; m. Joanna 
K. Clarke, 1870. Address, residence, 
East Orange, N. J.; office, 432-4 4th 
Ave., New York City. 

W ILK IE, Grace; Chi Omega; ed. Uni- 
versity of Kansas, 1912, and Colum- 
bia University; initiated by Lambda 
chapter; president of the chapter 
1907; mem. Phi Beta Kappa and 
The Torch (honorary) ; mem. Kansas 
University Alumni Association; mem. 
national examination committee, 



1912-1914; delegate to national con- 
vention at Lexington, Ky., 1910; 
head of home economy department at 
Fairmont College, Wichita, Kan. Ad- 
dress, 734 S. Topeka St., Wichita, 
Kans. 

WILLARD, Joseph Moody; national 
regent of Phi Kappa Phi; mem. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; ed. Dartmouth 
College, 1887; initiated by Pi chap- 
ter of Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1887; 
treasurer and head officer of the 
chapter; helped start Phi Kappa Phi 
in 1900 and local secretary since; 
professor of mathematics, Pennsyl- 
vania State College; m. H. N. Munn, 
Baltimore, Md., 1897. Address, 
State College, Pa. 

WILLETS, Martha; grand treasurer 
of Kappa Kappa Gamma; ed. 
Swarthmore College, 1912; initiated 
by Beta Iota chapter, Oct. 6, 1909; 
president of the chapter; mem. Beta 
Iota Alumnae Association; delegate 
to national convention of 1914; 
teacher, secretary of Trenton Col- 
lege Club. Address, 219 Greenwood 
Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

WILLIAMS, Gold; Alpha Tau Omega; 
ed. University of Nebraska, 1901; in- 
itiated by Gamma Theta chapter, 
Sept. 29, 1901; mem. Chicago Alum- 
ni Association of Alpha Tau Omega; 
delegate to national convention at 
Chicago, Jan., 1902; sales manager, 
Marquette Portland Cement Co.; 
m. Paula E. Windmayer, Oct. 31, 
1906. Address, Marquette Bldg., 
Chicago, 111. 

WILLIAMS, Howard C.; national sec- 
retary, 1914, of Phi Kappa Psi; ed. 



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Dartmouth College and University 
of Illinois, 1908; initiated by New 
Hampshire Alpha, 1902; affiliated 
with Ilinois Delta; president of the 
chapter; mem. Cleveland Alumni As- 
sociaton; delegate to district con- 
vention at Bloomington, Ind., 1913, 
and to national convention at Den- 
ver, 1908, and Chicago, 1912; news- 
paper work and surety bonds. Ad- 
dress, residence, 1874 East 81st St.; 
office, 729 Garfield Bldg., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

WILLIAMS, Joseph Frank; vice-presi- 
dent of provincial conclave of Al- 
pha Tau Omega; ed. at Western Re- 
serve University, 1904; law school, 
1906; initiated by Gamma Kappa 
chapter, 1901; worthy master of 
chapter; charter mem. of chapter; 
president of Youngstown Alumni 
Association; delegate to Chicago Na- 
tional convention, 1902-03; delegate 
to provincial conclaves; attorney; m. 
Gussie K. Hamilton, June 12, 1907. 
Address, 703-5 Wick Bldg., Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 

WILLIAMS, Ralph Chester, M. D.; 
chairman of extension committee of 
Kappa Psi; ed. University of Ala- 
bama, 1910; initiated by Iota chap- 
ter, Nov. 10, 1907; regent of the 
chapter; contributed to the maga- 
zine; mem. Birmingham Alumni 
Chapter; chairman of the ritual re- 
vision committee; delegate to na- 
tional convention at Birmingham, 
1910; physician, at present employed 
by state board of health; mem. 
B. P. O. E. and W. O. W.; m. Annie 
Perry, Feb. 2, 1912. Address, office, 



care State Board of Health, Mont- 
gomery, Ala; residence, Hatchechub- 
bee, Ala. 

WILLIAMS, Talcott; Alpha Delta 
Phi; ed. Amherst College, 1873; ini- 
tiated in Amherst chapter, October, 
1869; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; mem. 
New York and Philadelphia Alumni 
Associations of Alpha Delta Phi; 
national president, 1906-1908; editor 
of the catalogue, 1882; delegate to 
many conventions; journalist; dean 
of the School of Journalism of Co- 
lumbia University; trustee of Am- 
herst College and mem. board of 
managers of Archaeological Mu- 
seum, University of Pennsylvania. 
Address, 423 W. 117th St., New 
York. 

WILLIAMS, W. H.; chief of district 
13 of Beta Theta Pi; ed. Dennison 
University, 1905; initiated by 
Alpha Eta chapter, 1900; delegate to 
national and district convention of 
1913 and 1914 as district chief; civil 
engineer and general contractor; 
mem. firm of Dollut & Williams; 
mem. Masons, American Society of 
Contracting Engineers, American 
Society of Civil Engineers; president 
of Louisiana Engineering Society; 
m. Ruby Ionia Mugnier, Dec. 30, 
1908. Address, 3318, Coliseum St. 
and 1029 Maison Blanche, New Or- 
leans, La. 

WILLIS, Bess Grower (Mrs. R. H.) ; 
mem. extension committee of Sigma 
Sigma Sigma; ed. Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College, 1907; initiated by 
Gamma chapter, April 16, 1904; pres- 
ident of the chapter; president of 



LEADING GREEKS 



Roanoke Alumnae Association; na- 
tional grand president, 1908-1913; 
delegate to national conventions of 
1904 and 1906; initiated into Delta 
Delta Delta, fall, 1914, when frater- 
nity became professional and col- 
lege chapters joined nationals; m. 
Russell Holman Willis, June 18, 
1913. Address, 301 Maple Ave. S. W., 
Roanoke, Va. 

WILLOUGHBY, Mary Bingham; foun- 
der of Alpha chapter, of Gamma Phi 
Beta; ed. Syracuse University, 1878; 
mem. of Alpha chapter, president of 
the chapter; contributed to the 
Crescent of Gamma Phi Beta; life 
men. of Syracuse Alumnae As- 
sociation of Gamma Phi Beta; 
helped design the national badge; 
mem. Daughters of the American 
Revolution; m. Edward A. Wil- 
loughby, Jan. 17, 1883. Address, 
1102 Park Ave., Utica, N. Y. 

WILSON, Charles Stuart; Phi Rho Sig- 
ma; ed. University of Michigan, 
1907; initiated by Zeta chapter, 
Nov., 1903; vice-president of the 
chapter; treasurer of Zeta Alumni 
Association; national recorder, 1906 
to date; organized first house build- 
ing fund, published first fraternity 
directory; physician, practice lim- 
ited to internal medicine; m. Grace 
Winnifred Smith, Jan. 17, 1908. 
Address, National Realty Bldg., Ta- 
coma, Wash. 

WILSON, Dunning S.; grand secretary- 
treasurer 14 years of Phi Chi; ed. 
Medical Department of the Univer- 
sity of Louisville, 1899; initiated by 
Alpha Alpha chapter, 1897; delegate 






to many national conventions; p 
sician specialist in tuberculosis; 
mem. Blue Lodge Masons; m. May 
Margaret Bonn, 1903. Address, 
Valley Station, Ky. 

WILSON, Julia Gardiner Tyler; a 
founder of Kappa Delta; ed. Farm- 
ville Normal College, 1899, 1900; 
mem. of Alpha chapter; mem. Tau 
Zeta Epsilon local at Wellesley Col- 
lege; wrote one song; m. James S. 
Wilson, Kappa Sigma, April 17, 1911. 
Address, Williamsburg, Va. 

WILSON, Leon; Phi Delta Theta, Phi 
Delta Phi; ed. Northwestern Uni- 
versity, 1909; initiated by 111. 
Alpha of Phi Delta Theta, Oct., 
1904; president of the chapter; 
mem. local Inter-fraternity council; 
president and secretary of Chicago 
Alumni Associaton; delegate to dis- 
trict convention held at Des Moines, 
la.; lawyer. Address, office, First 
National Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111.; 
residence, Evanston, 111. 

WILSON, Mary Janet; Alumnae ad- 
viser of Alpha Chi Omega; ed. De 
Pauw University, 1893; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, 1887; contributed to 
"Lyre" of Alpha Chi Omega and to 
the history; grand president and 
editor of the "Lyre;" delegate to 
national convention at Boston; del- 
egate to fraternity conference at 
Albion, Mich., 1891; formerly assist- 
ant teacher of harmony, now libra- 
rian De Pauw School of Music; 
mem. Daughters of the American 
Revolution. Address, Box 165, 
Greencastle, Ind. 



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263 



WINGETT, William Floyd; grand 
treasurer of Sigma Phi Epsilon; ed. 
Delaware State College, 1909; in- 
itiated by Delaware Alpha chapter, 
April, 1907; charter mem.; presi- 
dent of the chapter; contributed to 
fraternity magazine; mem. Denver 
Alumni Association and Delaware 
State Alumni Association; district 
deputy of fourth district; grand 
guard and grand treasurer, delegate 
to national conventions of 1907, 1908, 
1910, 1912; chemist; m. Addie H. 
Ellender, May 4, 1912. Address, 
2935 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, Colo. 

WINNE, Charles K. Jr.; chief of third 
district of Beta Theta Pi; ed. Johns 
Hopkins University, 1897; initiated 
by Alpha Chi chapter, Oct., 1894; 
corresponding secretary and presi- 
dent of the chapter; organized and 
president for 3 years Albany, N. Y., 
Alumni Association; chief assistant 
secretary of national organization; 
delegate to district convention of 
1897 and to national conventions of 
1897, 1912 and 1913; attended about 
10 general conventions and served 
on many committees; chairman of 
committee on arrangement of 71st 
convention at Saratoga Springs, N. 
Y., 1910; physician; mem. Military 
Order Loyal Legion; m. Sarah T. 
Merrill, Sept., 1910. Address, 222 
Lark St., Albany, N. Y. 

WIRT, Frederick Alfred; mem. Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; grand secretary and 
treasurer of Sigma Tau; ed. Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1913; B. S. and 
C. E,; initiated by Nebraska Alpha 
of Sigma Phi Epsilon, April 15, 



1911, chapter member of Alpha 
chapter of Sigma Tau, Jan. 14, 1911; 
president of Sigma Tau chapter, 
1911-1913; assistant grand secretary 
and treasurer of Sigma Tau until 
1914; mem. Nebraska Alumni Asso- 
ciation; delegate to national conven- 
tion of Sigma Tau, April, 1914; in- 
structor in farm mechanics, Kansas 
Agricultural College. Address, 815 
Poyntz St., Manhattan, Kans. 

WOLCOTT, Roger H.; Beta Theta Pi, 
Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi; 
B. A. Yale University, 1905, LL. B. 
Denver Law School, 1907, and Den- 
ver University School of Commerce, 
1914; initiated by Yale chapter of 
Beta Theta Pi, March, 1903; Denver 
chapter of Phi Delta Phi, Jan., 1906; 
Denver chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, 
Oct., 1912; chief of 13th district of 
Beta Theta Pi, 1908-1910; president 
one year of the Denver Alumni Asso- 
ciation of Phi Delta Phi; mem. Den- 
ver Alumni Association of Beta 
Theta Pi and New York Beta Theta 
Pi Club; mem. Board of Trustees of 
Beta Theta Pi, 1910-1914; delegate 
to national convention of Beta Theta 
Pi, 1904; attended conventions of 
1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 
1911, 1912; attorney at law; mem. 
University Club, Cactus Club, Ma- 
sons and Elks; m. Louise W. Du- 
gal, Oct. 28, 1907. Address, 335 
Symmes Bldg., Denver, Colo. 

WOOD, Letitia Vance; corresponding 
secretary of St. Joseph Alumnae 
Club of Pi Beta Phi; ed. Missouri 
University, 1912; initiated by 
Missouri Alpha, Oct., 1908; treasurer 



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and secretary of the chapter; presi- 
dent of St. Joseph Alumnae Club, 
1913-1914; alumnae delegate to na- 
tional convention at Evanston, 111., 
1912; domestic science teacher in St. 
Joseph. Address, Krug Park Place, 
St. Joseph, Mo. 

WOOD, Thanas; section chief of Phi 
Gamma Delta; ed. Bucknell Col- 
lege, 1905; initiated by Delta chap- 
ter, 1902; treasurer of the chapter; 
mem. Theta Delta Tau local; dele- 
gate to national conventions of 1904 
and 1913; lawyer; m. Blanche ..Ste- 
ner, Pi Beta Phi, 1910. Address, 41 
Trust Bldg., Williamsport, Pa. 

WOODMAN, Sophie Parsons; alumnae 
editor of the "Arrow" of Pi Beta 
Phi; ed. Barnard College, 1907; in- 
itiated by New York Beta, Oct., 1904; 
treasurer and corresponding secre- 
tary of the chapter; contributed to 
the "Arrow"; secretary, correspond- 
ing secretary and treasurer of the 
New York Alumnae Club, 1909-1914; 
president of New York Beta Alum- 
nae Association; edited first year 
book, 1911; chairman of committee 
which selected uniform initiation 
robe, 1911-1912; compiled material 
for Y. W. C. A. number of the 
"Arrow"; delegate to national con- 
ventions at Evanston, 1912, and San 
Francisco, 1915; mem. National- 
Pan-Hellenic committee to look after 
Barnard Situation; teacher of his- 
tory in Evander Childs High School, 
New York City. Address 561 W. 
186th St., New York City. 

WOODROW, Genevieve Derby; Delta 
Gamma; ed. University of Michigan, 



1900; initiated by Xi chapter, Nov., 
1896; vice-president of the chapter 
and corresponding secretary; mem. 
Phi Omega Alumnae chapter of Del- 
ta Gamma; national treasurer, 1901- 
1905; m. Thomas R. Woodrow, June 
28, 1905. Address, 2337 Ash St., 
Denver, Colo. 

WOODS, Clarence Everett; editor and 
grand recorder from 1894 to 1913 
of Sigma Nu; ed. Central Univer- 
sity, Richmond, Ky., 1887; initiated 
by Zeta chapter, 1885; reporter of 
the chapter; mem. several alumni 
associations ; chief of Second Di- 
vision and delegate to 25 district 
conventions; delegate to 13 Sigma 
Nu grand chapter conventions; edi- 
tor of weekly paper and ex-mayor 
of Richmond, Ky. ; m. Mamie Miller. 
1886. Address, Eustis, Pla. 

WOODWARD, Cora Stranahan; vice- 
president of Alpha Phi; ed. Stan- 
ford University, 1893; initiated by 
Delta chapter, 1891; contributed to 
the "Quarterly" of Alpha Phi; visit- 
ing delegate and national president, 
dean of women at University of Wis- 
consin, 1906-1911; m. Henry Lake 
Woodward. Address, Alpha Phi 
House, Stanford University, Calif. 

WRAY, Edith A.; assistant editor of 
the "Lamp" of Delta Zeta; ed. De 
Pauw University, 1913; initiated by 
Delta chapter, Dec., 1910; president 
of the chapter; mem. Phi Beta 
Kappa; contributed to the "Lamp" 
and wrote two sorority songs; mem. 
Alpha graduate chapter; national 
treasurer pro tern, 1914; visited 
-western chapters, 1914; delegate to 



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national convention at Lake Win- 
ona Conv., 1912; teacher of Eng- 
lish, Shelby ville High School. Ad- 
dress, 819 S. Harrison St., Shelby- 
ville, Ind. 

WREAKS, Hugh T.; secretary of 
Theta Xi; ed. Stevens College, 1S90; 
initiated by Gamma chapter, 1887; 
mem. Stevens Alumni Association; 
editor of the Theta Xi "Quarterly"; 
president Wire Inspection Bureau. 
Address, 13-21 Park Row, New York 
City. 

WRIGHT, Edward Warner; mem. gov- 
erning board of Delta Chi; ed. at 
Usgoode Hall, Toronto, Canada, 
1908; initiated by Usgoode Hall 
chapter, February, 1905; president of 
chapter; mem. Toronto Alumni As- 
sociation; delegate to national con- 
ventions, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908; 
mem. governing board, 1908-13; in- 
ternational president "A. A.," 1910- 
11; barrister-at-law; mem. firm of 
Rowell, Reid, Wood and Wright, To- 
ronto; m. Geraldine B. Robinson, 
April 12, 1909. Address, 46 King St. 
West, Toronto, Canada. 

WRIGHT, Foster C.; Sigma Chi; ed. 
University of Southern California, 
1899; initiated by Alpha Upsilon 
chapter, 1895; captain foot ball 
team U. S. C., 1897; contributed to 
Sigma Chi "Quarterly"; president 
of Los Angeles Alumni Association, 
1913; grand praetor eighth province, 
1912 to date; attorney; secretary to 
mayor of Los Angeles, . 1901-1905 ; 
trustee of Public Library, 1905- 
1907; m. Irene Cavins, 1901. Ad- 



dress, 236 Title Insurance Bldg., 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

WRIGHT, Helen Gertrude; Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. University of Illinois, 
1907; initiated by Iota chapter, Oct., 
1903; head of the chapter; mem. 
Phi Delta Psi (honorary junior so- 
ciety for women ) ; national secre- 
tary; delegate to national convention 
of 1908; studied art since 1909; 
graduated from Art Institute of Chi- 
cago, 1914. Address, Toulon, Stark 
County, 111. 

WRIGHT, Herbert Perry; grand 
trustee for ten years of Sigma Chi; 
ed. Northwestern University, 1887; 
initiated by Omega chapter, 1884; 
consul of chapter; banker; presi- 
dent Kansas Gas and Electric Co.; 
m. Hattie Haw, Ottumwa, Iowa. Ad- 
dress, 923 Baltimore Ave., Kansas 
City, Mo. 

WRIGHT, Mrs. Mary Barwick; presi- 
dent of the Alpha Alumnae chapter 
of Kappa Alpha Theta; ed. De 
Pauw University, 1889; initiated by 
Alpha chapter, April, 1886; presi- 
dent of the chapter; contributed to 
the sorority magazine; editor of the 
first Kappa Alpha Theta catalogue 
published in 1889; delegate to the 
national convention of 1897; m. H. 
H. Wright, Sept. 1, 1890. Address, 
124 E. Franklin St., Greencastle, Ind. 

WRIGHT, Ruth Huffman (Mrs. Geo. 
W.); custodian of the badge of Phi 
Mu; ed. at Belmont College, Jack- 
sonville, Tenn., 1908; initiated by 
Theta chapter January 17, 1907; 
secretary of chapter; president of 



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Indiana Alumni Association; mem. 
Chicago Alumni Association of Phi 
Mu; active in extension work of 
fraternity; m. George W. Wright, 
June 25, 1913. Address, 411 West 
llth St., Anderson, Ind. 

WYCKOFF, William W.; grand master 
of second district of Kappa Sigma; 
ed. Brown University, 1899; initi- 
ated by Beta Alpha chapter, Oct., 
1898; secretary of the Kappa Sigma 
Club of New York City; also grand 
master; mem. Clinton High School, 
Peddie Institute, Brown University 
Alumni Associations; delegate to all 
district conventions since 1908; 
manager of Sherman Square Hotel; 
mem. Masonic Orders, Blue Lodge, 
Chapter, Commandery and Shrine; 
m. Leslie Hervey, Jan. 3, 1906. Ad- 
dress, Sherman Sq. Hotel, residence, 
2039 Broadway, New York City. 

WYMAN, Elizabeth Heywood; a found- 
er of Alpha Omicron Pi; ed. 
Barnard College, 1898; initiated in 
Alpha chapter, 1897; teacher. Ad- 
dress, 456 Broad St., Bloomfield, 
N. J. 

WYNEKEN, Gerhardt E.; trustee of 
alumni chapter, Phi Sigma of Phi 
Chi; ed. Chicago College of Medi- 
cine and Surgery, 1908; initiated by 
Phi Sigma chapter, charter mem- 
ber, vide No. 4 of the chapter; con- 
tributed to Phi Chi "Quarterly"; 
mem. Phi Sigma Alumni chapter; 
delegate to Interfraternity Con- 
gress, Chicago, 1912; assistant sec- 
retary and registrar of the Chicago 
College of Medicine and Surgery; 



m. Annie J. MacKenzie, Oct. 1, 1910. 
Address, 3851 Van Buren St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 



YANCEY, Hogan Lowndes; G. M. of 
Kappa Alpha; ed. Kentucky Uni- 
versity, now Transylvania, 1909; in- 
itiated by Alpha Theta chapter; 
G. M. of the chapter; attorney; for- 
merly city attorney of Lexington, 
now county attorney of Fayette 
County, Ky.; m. Estelle des Cog- 
nets, Aug. 6, 1913. Address, 620 
Sayre Ave., Lexington, Ky. 

YORK, Harlan Harvey; president of 
the Providence Alumni Chapter of 
Sigma Nu; ed. De Pauw University, 
1903; initiated by Beta Beta chap- 
ter, March, 1901; commander of the 
chapter; delegate to 14th Division 
Convention, 1914; professor of bot- 
any, Brown University; mem. 
Knights of Pythias and I. O. 0. F.; 
m. Edith Thayer Cline, Aug. 26, 
1908. Address, Brown University, 
Providence, R. I. 



ZERBY, Alton Barrick; president of 
the national executive council .of 
Eta Kappa Nu; mem. Phi Kappa 
Phi; ed. Pennsylvania State College, 
1911; initiated by Epsilon chapter 
of Eta Kappa NM, April 27, 1910; 
treasurer of the chapter; mem. Pa: 
State Alumni Association; national 
treasurer, vice-president and editor 
of the "Bridge" for 1914, the fra- 
ternity annual; officer at the na- 
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technical writer and advertiser with 
the Westinghouse Department of 
Publicity, E. Pittsburgh, Pa.; HL 
Pearl Briggs, July 5, 1913. Ad- 
dress, 7525 Ardmore St., Swissvale, 
Pa, 

ZIEGLER, Carl Gottlob; founder of 
Alpha Chi Rho; ed. Trinity Col- 
lege, Hartford, Conn.; A. B. 1897, 
A. M. 1900; initiated by Phi Psi 
chapter, 1895 (founder); E. of the 
chapter; mem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
rector of Grace Episcopal Church; 
president of the standing committee 
of the Diocese of the Marquette 
Episcopal Church; mem. Masons, 
Thirty-Second Degree, Mystic 
Shrine, I. O. 0. F., Knights of 
Pythias, K. T. O. M., National 
Union, Modern Woodmen of Amer- 
ica, A. A. 0. N. M. S.; m. Louise 
Langley Neff, Sept. 3, 1901. Ad- 
dress, 313 E. Euclid St., Ishpeming, 
Mich. 

ZIMMERMAN, Lillian G.; national 



treasurer, 1912-1915, of Alpha Chi 
Omega; ed. University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1910; initiated by Kappa chap- 
ter, 1907; president of the chapter; 
contributed to the "Lyre" of Alpha 
Chi Omega; mem. Wisconsin Alum- 
nae Asociation; mem. Milwaukee 
branch of the Association of Colle- 
giate Alumnae. Address, 359 14th 
Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 
ZWEIZIG, Martin Luther; Chi Phi; ed. 
Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa., 
1877; initated by Beta chapter, Oct., 
1875; Alpha of the chapter; contrib- 
uted to the Chi Phi "Quarterly"; 
grand gamma, 1883-1884; editor of 
the "Quarterly," 1880-1883; delegate 
to national conventions of 1876, 
1877, 1881, 1882; delegate to Inter- 
Fraternity Convention of Feb. 22, 
1883, at Philadelphia; clergyman, 
serving in churches at Scranton, 
Pa.; Portland, Ore.; Leechburg and 
Reading, Pa.; mem. Masons; m. 
Jane R. McFadden, June 12, 1901. 
Address, 148 S. 5th St., Reading, Pa. 



ADDENDA 



BIGELOW, Bertha L.; president Spo- 
kane Alumni Association of Pi Beta 
Phi; ed. University of Washington, 
1911; initiated by Washington Alpha, 
March, 1908; delegate to national 
convention of Pi Beta Phi at Swarth- 



more, Pa., 1910; delegate to Univer- 
sity of Washington Pan-Hellenic, 
1908-10; member, Red Domino; in- 
structor in Spokane North Central 
High School. Address, E. 103 Bridge- 
port Ave., Spokane, Wash. 



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