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Freshman class. Gladys Heath, a Junior in College and a strong Y.W . work-
er, was chosen by the Cabinet to lead the Freshman Commission this year.



OFFICERS.



President

Vice-President

Secretary-Treasurer



Isabel Whitcomb.
Edith Webster.

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Student Volunteer Band.

In Memonam.

OHN II. Dadisman, American stu-
dent leader and foreign secretary
of the Internationa] Young Men's
Christian Association at Nanking,
died at Shanghai on February 9, 1918. His
short, intense useful life deserves a mure
complete memorial than this. Charles M.
Sheldon, who once made Dadisman the hero
of one of his most popular books, said, on
learning of Dadisman's death, that his life,
though short, had accomplished more than
many a successful man who had lived bis
three score years and ten.

Though be was born in Virginia, Kansas
gladly insists upon the right to call him citi-
zen, for at seventeen years of age he came
west and lived at Topeka from his first en-
trance into the Academy at Washburn, on
through his college and post-graduate work,
and through seven years as secretary of the
State Committee. He took his A.B. degree from Washburn in 1905, and four
years later his Master's degree in Philosophy and Sociology, the latter degree
being earned while he was traveling among the student associations of Kan-
sas. Besides being successful in bis scholastic work, Mr. Dadisman was de-
cidedly active in athletics and other student organizations. For four years he
played football, being captain of the team two years. He had three years of
baseball, one of them as captain. He was Senior Class president, a member
of the college paper staff, the winner of bis college oratorical contest, and an
intercollegiate debater. He held various positions on the Association cabinet,
and was president for three years. ( Written by John Mauley for "The North
American Student." )

The Student Volunteers of Washburn College, both present and Alumni
members, are establishing a scholarship at Nanking University for Chinese
Students in memory of John Dadisman who gave bis life for others.
The members of the Washburn Student Volunteer Band this year are:

Helen Graves. . . . President, . . David Cowgill.

Finley Xcal. . . . Secretary, • • Louise Herrick.

Margaret Sells.




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HIEF among the student governing bodies of Washburn is the Stu-
dent Council, whose members are representatives from the faculty
and from the various classes and departments of the College. The
duties of this body are very extensive and include the planning and
conducting of the All-W 'ashburn parties which are given once a month, every
other one being a dance; supervision over Debate and Oratory, arranging the
various contests, and granting Forensic "\\ 's" ; supervision over the elections
to the more important offices of the school : and granting of dates for all par-
ties and other school events. This year the Student Council has put into effect
two very striking innovations: the first, a new Constitution providing for a
radical change in membership the second, the Point System, whereby each
student is limited to fifteen points a year and fifty points for the four years,
a certain number of points being given for holding the various school offices.
The Student Council, like all other organizations, has had to meet many diffi-
cult problems this year, but it has met them tactfully and successfully.

The two Pan Hellenic Councils govern the (ireek letter fraternities on the
campus. They regulate Rushing and Pledge Day. and strive to promote bet-
ter inter-fraternity spirit.

The girls living in the two dormitories. Holbrook Hall and Hartford Cot-
tage, are under the supervision of the Student Government. By means of
various officers elected from among their own number, discipline and order
are maintained and good times insured.



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Top row — Crawford. Menninger, Belden.

Second row— Dolman. Fair, King. Saville. Lyman.

Third row — Paxton Bone, Heath. Gaw. Prof. Hyde, Howard.



Student Council.



OFFICERS.

President Frances Gaw.

Vice-President Emma Lyman.

Treasurer Elliott Belden.

REPRESENTATIVES.

Faculty Professor Hyde.

f Florence Fair.
c . \ Helen Dolman.

Scmor Robert Webb,

[William Claire Menninger.
[ Gladys Heath.

Junior \ Elsie Saville,

[ Asa Crawford.

Sophomore ( Maybelle Howard.

v [ Lyman King.

Freshman Harry Bone.

Law School ... -Mary Paxton.



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Holbrook and Hartford.



Mary Barrett
Dorian Boellner
An in- Bowron
Melva Davis
Helen Dolman
Doroth)' Drum
Jeanne Dulong
Delphine Elliott
Bessie Hanson
Nina Hanson
Georgianna Holland
Nina Hook
Lillian Hughes
Marie Hupfer
Pauline Kerr
Florence I. eland
Isla Lewis
.Mildred Lewis
Hester Lichtenhahn



Emma Lyman
Helen McCarty
Violet Moore
Charlotte Myers
Marian I'riee
Grace Quinn
Laura Rohrer
Margaret Seaton
Mabel Claire Steele
Pearl Thiebaud
Mary Todd
Charlotte Walch
Ruth \\'ra\ er
Edith Webster
Winifred W'iggam
Lillie Wiser
Lulu Wiser
Jessie Young
Mildred Young.



Matron Holbrook Miss Belle Snyder

Matron Hartford Miss Rose Baker.

17, sident .... .... Lulu Wiser

Vice-President Helen Dolman.

Secretary Mine Bowron.

Treasurer Margarel Seaton

Freshman Representative Donan Boellner.



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Pan Hellenic Councils.



Women s Pan Hellenic.

President and Secretary Marjorie Herrig.

Faculty Advisor . Dean Twiss.

REPRESENTATIVES.

Alpha Phi { Pauline McVey,

( Marjora Blank.

Sigma Alpha Iota \ Edna Smith

( Margaret Worden.

Kappa Kappa Chi { Florence Fair,

( Gertrude Wheeler.

Kappa Alpha Theta \ ^ arjo U e Herr 'g<

I Alary Paxton.



Men s Pan Hellenic.

REPRESENTATIVES.

Alpha Delta { William Claire Menninger,

( Kelsey Gardner.

Phi Delta Theta .... \ J ol J" Troxell.

( loll Ware.

Kappa Sigma ! , Cla y Baker,

I Walter Cole.



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The Dramatic Club.



FIE Dramatic Club is more than a play-producing organization, it is
line of the strongest cultural factors of the College. It is a national
organization, being a member of the Drama League of the United
States. The work of the Club has been less this year than formerly,
because of the S.A.T.C. and the closing of school mi account of influenza. For
these reasons, the usual fall play was not given. On March 7, the Club pre-
sented lames Barries "Quality Street". Besides being a very well produced
play, it was by far the greatest financial success the Club has ever had. The
spring play will be Shakespeare's "As You Like It."

The Dramatic Club has always been interested in the improvement of Wash-
burn. Now that the Dramatic Club wall is paid for, it is taking up the build-
ing of a Greek Theater on the campus. The Cast and Score Club is cooperat-
ing with the Dramatic Club by giving the proceeds from "The Mikado" to-
wards this theater.



President
Vice- President
Secretary
Manager



OFFICERS.



Mary Paxton

Gertrude Wheeler.

Elliott Belden.

. Asa Crawford.



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Top row— Raines. Belden. Graham. Calvert. Fyffe. Blank.

Second row — Shumate, Horsfield. Ronehi. Forney, Grubb, Thomas, Wheeler.

Third row — Moore. King. Swogger, Prof. Schonberger, Paxton, Crawford. Howard. Neis



"Quality Street.



By James Barrie.

Presented at the Grand Theater,

March 7, 1919.

CAST OF CHARACTERS

Miss Willoughby Maybelle Howard.

Fanny Willoughby Gertrude Wheeler.

Henrietta Turnbull Mildred Graham.

Phoebe Throssel Marie Moore.

Susan Throssel Georgia Neese.

Valentine Brown Lyman King.

Patty Hazel Swogger.

Recruiting Sergeant Elliott Belden.

Charlotte Parrott Elizabeth Fyffe.

Ensign Blades Charles Calvert.

Lieutenant Spicer William Neiswanger.

Harriet Vivian Horsfield.

Isabelle Marvel Raines.

Old Man Leslie Forney.

Arthur Clinton Schonberger.

William Smith Douglas McEachron.

School children: Jean McEachron. George Lerrigo, Jean Bev-
erly. Helen Brehm. Leonard McKee.

Direction of E. D. Schonberger.
Manager, Asa Crawford



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Top row — King, Prof. Dotterweich, Crawford.

Second row— Dean Bredin, Mavis, Smith, Ronchi, Mnuk.

Third row — Munger, Wood, Mrs. Womer, Mrs. Dotterweich, Drur



Cast and Score Club.




ORGANIZED 1919.
newest organization on the campus is the Cast and Score Club.
The object of this club is the adequate production by the student

lv of Washburn College under professional direction of at least
one opera each year. The charter members are the members of the cast for
"The Mikado", which is the first opera to be given by this organization. The
students taking part in the operas given in the future will also be members of
the Cast and Score Club.



OFFICERS.



Musical Director

Assistant Director

Patron

Business Executive

Business Manager
First Violinist



Dean Bredin.
Mrs. Dotterweich.

Mr>. Womer

Mr. Dotterweich.

Asa Crawford.

Frank Mnuk.



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By Gilbert and Sullivan.

Presented at the Grand Opera House

April 12, 1919.



CAST OF CHARACTERS.

The Mikado of Japan Glen Davis.

Nanki-Poo, his son Harry Smith. Tenor.

Ko-Ko, Lord High Executioner Harry Davies, Baritone.

Pooh-Bah. Lord High Everything Else Lyman King. Bass.

Pish Tush, a Noble Lord Gaston Ronchi. Baritone.

Yum-Yum Marian Munger.

Peep-Bo Ruth Wood.

Pitti-Sing Dorothy Drum.

Katisha Mrs. Dotterweich, Contralto.

Chorus of School Girls, Nobles, Guards, and Coolies.



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Girls Glee Club.



Top row— H. Hawkes, Wood, Smith. Seybold, Everett.

Second row — Neese, Suydam, Wahle. M. Howard, R. Hawkes. 1. eland. Whittemore.
Third row — Franklin. Gordon. Lindenmeyer, Swogger, Dolman. Knox. Cavanaugh, Shir!;.
Fourth row— Elledge, McCarty, Drum. Sanders, Worden, Heath, Munger, I. Howard. Cook




Boys Glee Club.



Top row -Neiswanger, Westrup, RonchI, Stone.

Second row— Hoffman, Welty, Mennlnger, McCrary, Hicks.

Third row Becker, Crawford, Vance, Rogler, Smith, Raines. King



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Glee Clubf



ASHBURN is very fortunate in having two splendid glee clubs. Be-
sides entertaining us occasionally at chapel, the Glee Clubs appear at
all important Washburn gatherings, such as the Washburn Day
Banquet. A beautiful feature of the Memorial Service was Mendelssohn's
"Lift Thine Eves" which was given by the Girls' Glee Club. The members
of the Glee Clubs form the choruses in "'The Mikado", and to their splendid
training under Dean Bredin is due a great part of the success of the perform-
ance.



Orchestra.



HE Washburn Orchestra is one of the newest organizations in college.
Its purpose is to create more interest in the music department and to
furnish music for entertainments. The Orchestra is proving that
there is more talent in Washburn than anyone dreamed of. Its first appear-
ance was at "Quality Street", presented at the Grand on March jth. and the
entire college was delighted with the quality of music. The next appearance
of the Orchestra will be at "The Mikado". Under the capable direction of
Professor Tello, great things are expected of the Orchestra in the future.



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The Handbook.




11'" Washburn Handbook is published annually by the Young Men's
and Young Women's Christian Associations. A copy is given to
each student enrolling in the College, and for the Freshmen especial-
ly, it contains a valuable fund of knowledge about Washburn and
Topeka. Later in the school year, the Student Directory is printed, and this
directory tits into the back of the Handbook so that all necessary information
concerning the College is in a "vest-pocket" edition. The Handbook this year
was compiled by Kenneth I'>. Hobbs, '20.



Tne Bulletin.



I-MONTHLY the Washburn College Bulletin makes its appearance

and is an interesting and valuable source of information concerning

the College itself, the Faculty, the Alumni, and the student body.

To a great extent, it is the Bulletin going into the home of every

alumnus and friend, of the College that hinds the Washburn family together

ami keeps the Washburn spirit alive, for it brings to each graduate news of

his classmates and news of the present college life.



Editors

Advisory Committi
Embleton,



1). !.. McEachron and \V. C. Wheeler.
if Uumni, Arthur J. Carruth, Jr., Lutie
I Daisy Neil.



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Tke 1919 Kaw.



Published by the Class of 1920.



Editor Dorothy Crane.

Associate Editors (Mildred Owen.

( Rheva Bonjour.

Managers I Dewey Hutchinson,

I Warren Grant.

Art Editor Maym Parsons.



Edna Becker
Hazel Kesler
Teresa Tucker



Editing Staff.



Elliott Belden
Frank Kissinger
Lester Welty



Art Staff.
Dorothy Crichton Jeannette Gleed

Elisabeth Edson Dorothy Jones

Margaret Whittemore



O the Managers and to the Staff of this annual is due whatever suc-
cess and value it may have. They have worked quickly, carefully,
and efficiently, in the face of many interruptions and difficulties, to
put this Kaw out on time, and we hope that it will fulfill all your expectations
and wishes.

We wish to thank all the faculty members and students for their assistance
in making this Kaw a success, to thank the editors of the Review for 'writing
us up", to thank the friends and relatives of our Gold Star men tor lending us
their precious photographs, and to gratefully acknowledge contributions from
Miss Leavitt, Miss Dean, Ruth Kaster. and Christina Ward.

That von may enjoy reading this Kaw as much as we have enjoyed editing

it, is the sincere wish of

THE EDITORS.



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The Review.



The Review, Washburn's official newspaper, is published weekly. The
Editor, Associate Editor, Assistant Editor, and Managers are chosen by the
student body.

THE STAFF.

Editor. ... Theo Cobb.

Associate Editor Anne Hawley.

Assistant Editor Mary Holl.

Athletics Elliott Belden.

Alumni Genevieve McMillan.

Fine Arts Margaret Whittemore.

Society Florence Fair.

Intercollegiate and Platform .... Mildred Owen.

f Marian Lerrigo,

Features \ Christina Ward,

[ Helen Hunter.

Men's Organizations Lester Posvar.

Y.W.C.A. and Literary Societies . . . Rheva Bonjour.

Calendar and Student Council Bess Cuddy.

Law School Ruth Raster.

High School Lois Robinette.

f Miss Leavitt.

Qualifying Board \ Catherine Conkling.

Hazel Kesler.
[ Laura Neiswanger.

Managers j Harry Anderson.

( Jesse Bowers.



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Top row — Cuddy, Hunter. Conkling. Ward. Gaw. ]
Second row — Bowers. Anderson. Posvar, Menningei
Third row — Bonjour, Holl. Cobb. McMillan. Neiswt



lir, Kaster.

Belden. Kermis,
iger. Wliittemore. Wentz



The Press Club.



ORGANIZED 1916.

Purpose: To provide publicity for Washburn College and to stimulate interest in Jour-
nalism among the Washburn College students.

HE Press Club is an organization of students who are interested in
journalism. The Review Staff is chosen from its members. The
Club sends news of Washburn to the leading newspapers in Kansas
and news of individuals to their home papers. The Club meets once a month
and is addressed by experienced newspaper men. Membership requirements
consist of a number of newspaper articles and a certain amount of reporting,
which are passed by a qualifying board.



OFFICERS.

President Theo Cobb.

Vice-President Laura Xeiswanger.

Secretary Hazel Kesler.

Treasurer Jesse Bowers.



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Founded at University of Virginia 1869.
Established 1909.
Publication — "Caduceus."
Flower — Lily of the Valley Colors — Scarlet, White, and Green.

ACTIVE MEMBERS.



Seniors.

Ronald McCord

Juniors.

Clay Baker Edwin Jones

Floyd Betts Elmer Krenkle

Walter Cole John Ripley

Clyde Schenck
Sophomores.
Torrence Curry Omer Raines



Freshmen.
Chester Bunger John Miller

Bryan Hoffman Hugh Russell

DeArmond Schmitz

Pledges.
Arthur Erickson Charles Erickson

William Joerg John Keating

Charles McCarter




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Founded at Miami University 1848.

Established 1910.

Publication "The Scroll."

Flower — White Carnation. Colors — Azure and Argent.

ACTIVE MEMBERS.





Seniors.








Freshmen.




John Parkinson




George Bearg




Willard Haskell


John Long


Juniors

Toll Ware




Byron Boone
Glen Davis
Philip Fable




Theodore Hussey
Donald Lindell
William Neiswanger




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Founded at Washburn College 1912.
Publication — "The Triangle."
Flower — Red and White Carnation. Colors — Maroon and White.



ACTIVE MEMBERS.



Seniors.

William Menninge
Juniors.

Kelsey Gardner
Harry Smith
Sophomores.

Frank Mnuk
Bert Xash
Claburn McCrary Harold Poort

Arthur Saville



Kenneth Kerans



Asa Crawford
Warren Grant



Ewing Fer
Lyman King



MEMBER ON FACULTY.
W. A. Harshbarger



Freshmen.
Leslie Forney Randall Sharp

Joseph Hicks John Stone

Vincent Westrup

Pledges.

Robert Ballantyne Earle Palmateer



I 1 i irace Bowman
George Crawford
Samuel Crow
Clark Ellington
James Jones
Isaac Kendall




Louis Schtirle
Marvin Stevens
Fletcher Stewart
Lee Wykoff
Clarence Poort
Dewey Hutchinson



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Kappa Alpha Theta.

Founded at De Pauw University 1870.
Established 1914.
Publication — "Kappa Alpha Theta."
Flower — Pansy. Colors — Black and Gold.



ACTIVE MEMBERS.



Seniors.



Catherine Conkling
Anne Hawley
Marjorie Herrig
Helen Hunter
Esther Jenson
Katharine Knowles
Genevieve McMillan



Laura Neiswanger
Sarah Robison
Margaret Suydam
Ruth Thompson
Marguerite Thrapp
Dorothy Wahle
Christina Ward



Juniors.

Dorothy Crane Mary Paxton

Elizabeth Fyffe Beatrice Shakeshaft

Teresa Tucker



Sophomores.
Cynthia Monroe Lyda Suydam

Margaret Seaton Ruth Wood

Freshmen.
Ruth Raster Mabel Claire Steele

Marian Price Doris Thompson

Isabel Whitcomb
Pledges.
Jeannette Gleed Vivian Ware

Lillian Hughes Winifred Wiggam

MEMBER ON FACULTY

Charlotte M. Leavitt. Eta



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Founded at Syracuse University 1872.

Established 1916.
Publication— "Alpha Phi Quarterly."
Flower— Red Carnation. Colors— Silver and Bordeaux.



ACTIVE MEMBERS
Seniors.

Faye Bonjour Pauline McVey

Eula Fleming Frances Myers

Ruth Tomlinson



Juniors.

Edna Becker Marjora Blank

Rheva Bonjour Pauline Sanders

Esther Thomas



Pina Edwards
Marie Hupfer



Pledges.

Burnadette Huycke
Anne Weightman



Edna Anton

Orpha Baughman

Forestine Blank

Mildred Graham

Maybelle Howard



Sophomores.

Mabel Howerton
Georgia Neese
Marie Moore
Grace Quinn
Marian Williams



Juliet Hughes
Helen Hawke;
Ruth Hawkes



Freshmen.

Ruth Marsh
Charlotte Myers
Frances Olander



Josephine Johnson



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Sigma Alpha Iota.



Founded at University School of Music, Ann Arbor, 1903.
Established 1914
Publication — "Pan-Pipes "
Flower — Red Rose. Colors — Crimson and White.



ACTIVE MEMBERS.
Seniors. Freshmen.

Frances Gaw Sadie Lindenmeyer Dorothy Drum Opal Hoffman

Bernice Heath Helen Scott

Maybelle Hoffman Jessie Young



Edna Smith
Juniors

Gladys Elledge Beth Rogler

Gladys Heath Margaret Worden

Sophomores.
Irene Howard Marian Munger

Dorothy Shove



Donna Chase



Pledges.

Mildred Lewis



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS.
Lucile Dotterweich Ethel Grant
Virsinia Taliaferro



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Founded at Washburn College 1910.
Flower — Richmond Rose. Colors — Red and Gray.



ACTIVE MEMBERS.



Marian Bus?ey
Theo Cobb
Bess Cuddy
Florence Fair



Seniors.

Dorothy Foster
Alice Gordon
Mary Holl
Marian Lerrigo



Margaret Whittemore
Juniors
Verna Bloom Hazel Kesler

Phoebe Bussey Mildred Owen

Beth Hefelbower Elsie Saville

Gertrude Wheeler



Sophomores.
Ruth Byers Dorothy Shoemaker

Marvel Raines Marie Wentz

Crystal Wheeler



Gertrude Bo



Freshmen,
.rlv Neva Shoemaker



Pledges.

Donan Boellncr Dorothy Jones

Anne Bowron Margaret Kirkpatrick

Elinor Eckert Ila Lewis

Caroline Newson

MEMBER ON FACULTY.

Ruth Kingman




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HONORARY FORENSIC FRATERNITY.

Founded at Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kansas, 1912.

Established 1913.



MEMBERS.
Harry Anderson
Frances Gaw
Hazel Kesler
Lyman King
Dewey Hutchinson
Lester Posvar
Christina Ward



PLEDGES.
Faye Bonjour
Alice Gordon
Miriam Franklin
Elsie Saville
Geneva Seybold
Johnny Shumate



FACULTY MEMBER.
E. D. Schonbefger.



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HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY.
Founded at Washburn 1904.

MEMBERS 1918.
Elizabeth Culver Clifford Olander

Antoinette Dean Albeit Reed

Lawrence Graves Ruth Whitaker

FIRST DRAWING 1919.
Mary Holl Marian Lerrigo

Helen Whitaker

HONORARY MEMBERS ON FACULTY.
S. G. Hefelbower, Phi Beta Kappa, University of Pennsylvania.
W. C. Wheeler, Phi Beta Kappa, Yale University.
Edith M. Twiss, Sigma Xi, University of Kansas.
Mary Newson, Phi Beta Kappa, University of Wisconsin,
j. A. Aldrich, Sigma Xi, University of Michigan.



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HONORARY SENIOR WOMEN'S SOCIETY
Founded 1917

MEMBERS 1919.
Wis < l;i\ t' in Marian Lerrigo

Bess Cuddy Laura Neiswanger

Sabra Eppler Genevieve McMillan

Frances Gaw Christina Ward

HONORARY MEMBERS.
Mrs. P. P. Womer Mrs. I). L. McEachron



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HONORARY SENIOR MEN'S SOCIETY.

MEMBERS 1919.
Harry Anderson William Claire Wenninger

Kenneth Kerans Robert Webb

Glenn Kassebaum



HONORARY MEMBERS.

P. P. Womer W. A. Harshbarger

D. M. Fisk Horace Whitehouse

S. G. Hefelbower A. li. Whiting

F. K. Sanders Elmer Bearg

F. M. Foster D. L. McEachron

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