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Sabbatical leaves, no fixed policy, early 1900's, 15; started, late 1920's, 23; Ten Year Plan proposes clarification of, 26; policy, ca. 1960, 36

Sabin, Stewart B., 18

Sabine, Jean (Captain), SMD 1938, 28

Sacred music, 39

Sage, Edwin Oren, 1853, 6; 9

Sage, Mrs. Russell, 15

Sage, William N., promotes removal plans, 2; helps write and publish The Annunciator, 3; described as a trustee, 3; member of committee to select first President, 5; against accepting gift of Boody's land, 6; wears academic costume at commencement, 6; outlines University's needs, 1867, 7; astute manager of University finances, 8; recalls beginnings of University at Anderson's twenty-fifth anniversary as president, 8; original trustee still active in 1880, 9; active trustee, 9; wisely administers University funds, 10; succeeded by Williams as University secretary, 11; dining center named after, 37

Sage Dining Hall, 37

Sailing, 1950's, 38

Salaries (faculty), ca. 1880, 9; 1908, 15; 1919, 17; 1920's, 23; 1951, 32; 1950's and early 1960's, 36

Salmon, E. Dwight 1917, 17

Salzburg (Austria) Seminars in American Studies, 17

SANE, 38

Sarachan, Goodman A., 1918, 17

Sarro, Thomas P., 1952, 38

SATC, See Students Army Training Corps

Satterlee, LeRoy R., 8

Saturday classes, retained, 32

Sauerwein, Robert, V-12, 30

Saunders, Wilbour E., 33

Savedoff, Malcolm P., 36

Scalp and Blade, 38

Schilling, Bernard N., 32

Scholarship Cup, 17

Scholarships, created for a Rochester secondary school graduate, 4; need for more, 1870's, 8; established to carry on graduate studies, 8; early 1900's, 16; early 1940's, 29; Rochester National Scholarships, 36; early 1960's, 36; Eastman School of Music, 1920's, 19; 1930's, 28; 1950's, 39;

School of Medicine and Dentistry, Chapters on: 20: Shaping the Medical Center; 21: Sons of Aesculapius; 28: Music and Medicine in the 1930's; 31: Women, Music, Medicine in Wartime; location of, 20; first building, 21; cornerstone laid, 1924, 21; opens, 1925, 21; method of teaching, 21; number serving in World War II, 31

School of Nursing, 28; 31

Schrader, Olive M., 23

Schreiner, George H., 1938, 27

Schulz, Norbert S., 1945, 30

Schum, Timothy O., 1960, 38

Schumann, Henrietta, ESM certificate 1927, 19

Schwartz, R. Plato, 20

Science Club, early 1900's, 16

Scientific Club, founded, 12

The Score, Eastman School yearbook, 1920's, 19; 1930's, 28; during World War II, 31; 1950's, 39

Scott, W. J. Merle, 20

Scott, William A., 1886, 10

Scott, Winfield W., 1915, 17

Scrimshaw, Nevin S., SMD 1945, 31

Seal of University, first, 4; new one designed by Philipp Merz, 22

Searle, William A., 1906, 16

Sears, Barnas, 3; 5

Secor, William E., 1953, 38

Secrest, James L., 1945, 29; 30

Secrest, Richard B., 1943, 30; 37

Sedgwick, William T., 15

See, Arthur M., 1912, 18; 19; 39

Seelye, L. Clark, 14

Seelye House, See Harriet Seelye House

Segal, Harry L., 28

Selden, George B., x1865, 7

Selhorst, Eugene J., ESM Ph.D. 1950, 39

Selznick, David O., 27

Semester plan, adopted, 17; 23 See also College term, Term

Semi-centennial celebration, 1900, 12

Senate, University, replaces River Campus Council, 37

Senior Symphony, 39

Service and Accounts Building, 35; 37

Seward, William H., 4; 7; 29; 33

Seward, William Henry, III, 33

Seymour, Harold, 35

Shakespeare Oak, planted, 1864, 7; planted, 1914, 17; planted, 1964, 17; planted on River Campus, 37

Shantz, Harold, 1915, 17

Sharp, William V. 1953, 38

Shaw, Henry C., 28

Shaw, James B., 1; 4; 6

Shedd, Kendrick P., 1889, career summarized, 15; star baseball player, 10; joins faculty, 11; poem, "The Gym," 11; University teacher, 12; presides over group singing, 16

Shedd, William A., 1889, 10

Sheehan, Mary A., 35

Shepherd, William C., 1885, 10

Sherman, Isaac, 8

Sherman Scholarship, 8; 16

Sherman Fellowship, 16; 36

Sibelius, Jean, 18

Sibley, F. Harper, 17

Sibley, Harper, 22; 29

Sibley, Mrs. Harper, 27

Sibley, Hiram, school of engineering proposal, 6; thought to be ready to aid University, 7; aids Anderson financially, 7; 8; gives library museum building, 8; career summarized, 8; active trustee, 9; bust in Sibley Library, 15

Sibley, Hiram W., declines trusteeship, 11; interests lie with Cornell, 15; gives collection of musical works to library, 1904, 15; donates funds for alterations to Sibley Hall, 1904, 15; gives bust of father to Sibley Library, 15; authorizes plans to remodel library, late 1910's, 17; the music library at Sibley Library forms nucleus of Eastman School library, 18; favors East Avenue site over Oak Hill, 22; pledges $100,000 to Sibley Hall and Sibley Musical Library, 22; gives funds for remodelling Sibley Hall, 1920's, 22

Sibley, Rufus A., 14; 15; 17

Sibley Hall (library), ground broken, 1872, 8; construction, 8; description, 8; statues and sphinxes, 8; dedicated, 1876, 8; student poem about, 8; basement houses some indoor sports, 1890's, 12; remodelled, 1920's, 22; 1930's, 27; sold, 35; torn down, 35 See also under Library

Sibley Musical Library, background and early years, 18; 1930's, 28; new structure, 1938, 28; thought of moving to Cutler Union, 39; post World War II, 39

Sigma Alpha Iota, 19; 39 45

Sigma Alpha Mu, 38

Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Epsilon affiliates with, 17; 24; becomes national at University, 27; "only Caucasian" clause, late 1950's, 38

Sigma Delta Epsilon, 17; 22; 24

Sigma Delta Phi, 24; 27

Sigma Kappa Epsilon, 24

Sigma Kappa Upsilon, 24

Sigma Rho. 24

Sigma Xi, chapter first proposed, 16; Rochester chapter founded, 1930, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30; post World War II, 38

Silva, Luigi, 31

Silver Bay Conference, 16

Sinclair, Anna Marie, 1940, See Mehdevi, Anna Marie (Sinclair), 1940

Sinding, Christian, 18

Sinfonia, 19; 24

Singer, Charles, 21

Singewald, Quentin D., 23; 29

Site of campus, See Campus locations

Skiff, George F., 1915, 16

Slater, Eleanor C., 1925, 24

Slater, John C., 1920, 24

Slater, John R., career summarized, 15; composes inscription, tribute to Hoeing, 11; composes "A Gentleman in Overalls" about janitor, 11; memorial tribute to Rush Rhees, 14; residence hall named for, 15; sends University material to the New York Evening Post, 16; presides over group singing, 16; composes college songs, 16; writes of European travels for Campus, 16; as toastmaster at all-University receptions, 16; part in undergraduate women's dramatics, 16; reads poem on Shakespeare Oak, 17; keeps record of University men in World War I, 17; composes poem for Eastman School of Music dedication 18; composes "Keeping the Score" on Rhees' sixtieth birthday, 22; composes inscriptions for Rush Rhees Library, 22; an early member of the Rochester A.A.U.P., 23; contributes historical essay on Oak Hill project for 1927 Interpres, 24; quoted on College for Women, 24; receives honorary degree from University, 1964, 24; plays Hopeman Chime at River Campus dedication, 25; speaks at Valentine induction, 25; composes "Tower Song", 27; quoted on College for Women, 1942, 31; delivers Baccalaureate address, 1949, 33; addresses centennial student convocation, 33; prepares narrative for "Centennial Ode", 33; speaks at University and Colgate-Rochester Divinity School commemoration, 1950, 33; composes a farewell to Prince Street Campus, 35; originates idea for meridian marker, 35; speaks at "kick off" for public campaign of Development Fund drive, 1953, 35; honored by special Hopeman Chime program, 38

Smeed, Mildred, 1923, See Van de Walle, Mildred (Smeed), 1923

Smith, Alfred E., 33

Smith, Donald C., 36

Smith, Donald E., 34; 37

Smith, E. Darwin, 4

Smith, E. Peshine, 3; 4

Smith, Elijah F., 3

Smith, Frank P., 26; 29

Smith, George G., 1911, 16; 37

Smith, Henry, Jr., 39

Smith, Hugh A., 1907, 16; 24; 27

Smith, Paul D., 1937, 27

Smith, Walter Bedell 34

Smith, Walter L., x1877, 8

Smoking, during 1870's, 8; by women students, 24

Snodgrass, William D., 38

Snoke, Albert W., 28

Snylyk, Zenon, 1955, 38

The Soapbox, 27

Soble, Mrs. Nathan W., 32

Soccer, 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 1950's to early 1960's, 38

"Social Non-Conformity" conference, 38

Social work, instruction considered, 1920's, 23

"Society and the Academic Conscience" lectures, 38

"Society in the Atomic Age" conference, 38

Society of Damned Souls, 24

Sociology, offered in 1911, 15; and anthropology, 1957, 1960, 36; Ph.D. offered in, then withdrawn, 37

Sognnaes, Reider F., SMD Ph.D. 1941, 31

Somers, Violet (Jackling), 1923, 34

Sonour, 28

Sororities, early, 16; 1920's, 24; 1930's, 27; during World War II, 31; post World War II, 38

Sorority Council, 19

Soule, Asa T., 8

South Campus, 35

The Sower, 39

Space Science Center, 36

Spahn, Jacob, 1870, 8

Spanel, Abram N., x1924, 24

Spanish, added to curriculum, 15

Spanish American War, 12

Sparlin, Ezra A., 185, 24

Speakers, in Rochester, 6; at chapel, early 1900's, 16; on campus, early 1900's, 16; on campus, 1920's, 24; on campus, 1930's, 27; at College for Women, 1930's, 27; policy on outside, 27; at University on eve of World War II, 29; post World War II, 38. 1950's, 38

Speegle, Roman L., 23; 27; 38

Spencer, Caro (Fitz-Simons), 1927, 36

Spencer, Marion (McManus), 1930, 21

Spencer, Nelson E., 1893, 12

Sperry, Warren M., Ph.D. 1925, 21

Speth, Rudolph, 39

Sphinxes, 8; 35

Spies, Nelson W., 1938, 27

Spillman, Rosemary (Crawford), ESM 1960, 39

Spinning, James Y., 1913, 16; 22

Spinning, Norma (Storey), 1918, 17; 32

Sponsored research, See Research

Sports, See Athletics

Spragg, S. D. Shirley, 32; 37

Spring Week-End, 27

Spurrier, Merle, 23

Squash, 38

Stabins, Samuel J., 20

Stadium, rooms fitted for dormitories, 26

Stagg, Alonzo A., 12

Stand-By, 33; 36

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 13

Stanton, Hazel M., 18

Starr, Frances (Barber), 1921, 24; 27

Starr, Frederick, x1882, 10

State aid, unsuccessfully sought, 1851, 3; sought, 1850's, 6; received, 1857, 6

State University of New York, de Kiewiet against a strong one, 37; Rochester under consideration as a unit, 37; trustees vote to remain private, 37

Staub, Cecile, See Genhart, Cecile (Staub)

Staud, Cyril J., 1920, 24

Steere, Howard J., 1907, 16

Steichen, Mary, SMD 1939, See Calderone, Mary (Steichen), SMD 1939

Stein, Edwin E., ESM master's 1939, Ph.D. 1941, 31

Stephen Foster Dormitory, 28

Stephens, Doran J., SMD 1929, 28

Stephens, John B. M., 1884, 10

Stephens Prize, 28

Stern, Curt, 26

Sterrett, James M., 1867, 7

Stevens, George B., 1877, 8

Stevens, James B., 1885, 10

Stewart, Frederick W., 1901, 16

Stewart, Harold S., 1903, 16

Stewart, Henrietta Seelye (Rhees), 14

Stewart, John D., 14

Stewart, Joseph W. A., 11

Stoddard, John P., 7

Stoddard, William O., 1858, 6

Stoddard Prize, 7; 16

Stolnitz, N. Jerome, 36

Storey, Norma, 1918, See Spinning, Norma (Storey), 1918

Stoughton, Clarence C., 1918, 17

Stranges, Peter A., 1941, 27; 30

Stratton, Samuel S., 1937, 27; 37

Strong, Alvah, 3

Strong, Augustus H., 11

Strong (Catherine) Hall, 17; 27; 35

Strong, Charles A., 1884, 10

Strong, Helen Griffin, 20

Strong, Henry, 1854, 6

Strong, Henry A., 15; 17; 20

Strong, Mrs. Henry A. 26

Strong, Theron S., 1868, 8

Strong Auditorium, 22

Strong Auditorium Committee, 38

Strong Memorial Hospital, location of, 20; opens, 21; early financial problems, 21; additions, 31 See also Medical Center, School of Medicine and Dentistry

Strouse, Charles L., ESM 1947, 39

Student activity fee, 38

Student Arts Committee, 38

Student association, See under Students Association

Student body, at opening, 4; 1850's, 6; 1870's, 8; geographical distribution, 1890's, 12; 1910's, 17

The Student Can, 28

Student Christian Association, 38

Student employment, available, 6

"The Student Faces World Crisis" conference, 38

Student fees, 33

Student Peace Action and Education Committee, 38

Student protest, 1961, 38

Student publications, See individual publications by name, such as Campus, Interpres, Tower Times, etc.

Student recreation, of 1870's 8; See also Extracurricular activities

Student Religious Liberals, 38;

Student Volunteer movement, 16

Students Army Training Corps, 17

Students association, founded in 1884, 10; plays minor role in extracurricular activities, 16; 1920's, 24; interest in declines, 1930's, 27; constitution revised, 38; on eve of merger, 38; constitution revised, 1958, 38

Eastman School of Music, early years, 19; 1930's, 28; post World War II, 39

Students Employment Bureau, 16

Su, Gouq-Jen, 32

Sub-Freshman Day, 16

Sudarshan, George E. C., Ph.D. 1958, 36

Suhr, Elmer G., 32

Sullivan, George T., 1907, 16

Sullivan, John T., x1923, 24

Summer sessions, first held, 1900, 11; abandoned, 1912, 15; administered by Taylor, 23; organized, 1921, 23; growth, 1920's, 23; 1930's, 26; after World War II, 32; moves to River Campus, 36; late 1950's to early 1960's, 37; Eastman School of Music, 1950's to early 1960's, 39

Summerhays, William E., 1939, 27

Sundial, donated, 1911, 15

Sundial (in dormitory quadrangle), 35

Superintendent of College Grounds and Buildings, 15

Supplies and Accounts Building, 35; 37

Surdam, T. Janet, 1935, 27

Susan B. Anthony Hall, See Anthony (Susan B.) Hall

Susat, Richard J., 1951, 37

Sutch, George, V-12, 30

Sutton, Robert G., 1948, 33; 36

Sutton, Robert V., ESM Ph.D. 1955, 39

Swastika Club, 12

Swetland, Roger W., 1894, 12

Swift, Louis, 11

Swimming, 1930's, 27; during World War II, 29; 30

Swinburne, Thomas T., x1892, career summarized, 12; verse on founding of University, 4; poem on Anderson, 10; college songs, 12; Alma Mater, 12; donates a sundial, 1911, 15; contributes poems to Campus, 16

"Sword and Seal," 24