↑William Irving Aldricth, died at Topeka, Kansas, October, 1916, aged 44. Buried at Coldwater, Mich.
↑Arthur Calvin Bartels later practiced law in Denver and served in the Colorado House of Representatives.
↑Raynor Spalding Freund, born March 20, 1872, at Port Huron, Michigan. He graduated from high school in Champion, Michigan, in 1890, and attended the Hopkins School in Boston. In 1892, he enrolled at the University of Michigan, graduating with a M.D. degree from the Department of Medicine and Surgery, 1899. At the time of the 1900 and 1910 U.S. Censuses, he was residing in Butte, Montana with his parents. Freund and his father, Isadore Freund, were doctors. He married Sue McLanahan at Butte, Montana, in 1904. He died February 26, 1915, at Butte, Montana.
↑Ralph Waldo Emerson Hayes was born February 19, 1872, in Stark County, Illinois. He married Estella Mink in 1896. He returned to Galva, Illinois, where he became a manufacturer and inventor. Among other things, he invented the Hayes pump, used in irrigation and agriculture. His company was known as the Hayes Pump & Planter Co., in that city. He died February 11, 1932.
↑George A. Marston, born January 10, 1873, at Bay City, Michigan. Practiced law in Detroit until 1906 and thereafter in Bay City.
↑Edwin Andrew Murbach, born December 15, 1869, at Archbold, Ohio. Later returned to Ohio and practiced as a doctor in Fulton County.
↑John Whitcome Reynolds, born Jacksonport, Wisconsin, October 1, 1875; LL.B., University of Wisconsin, 1902; married Madge Flatley, July 17, 1906.
↑Eugene Batavia, born August 8, 1873, at Breslau, Germany. Graduated from Kansas City High School. He served on the board of directors of the University of Michigan Athletic Association while he was a student. He returned to Kansas City as a lawyer after attending Michigan. He died June 16, 1915 and is buried at Elmwood Cemetery in Kansas City.