Millikin University - Millidek Yearbook (Decatur, IL)

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Harriet 113. williams memnrial Sehnlarship Ilhxnh Bieh V Nnuemher thirh Nineteen hunilreh twenty-une l 131632. I -Eg.: if Eva MJ? mswfsaaggaagexyasaiifiagesfegsvssfgisasfwn vzy'PE,. ilinrmunril The year is ended. It has been iilled with honor, with glory, with endeavor, and with disappointment, And now those who this year have completed their four years of college in their turn set forth into the world to bring greater glory to Millikin and to live forever in her spirit. It is for these Seniors, the class of 1922, in order that they may have a permanent record of the college year, that we who have labored over this volume, aim to characterize as far as possible, the life of Millikin as it really is, and to indicate the progress of our University. Also we wish, in compiling this record, to reproduce the environment in which Millikin men are living so that you, alumni, may recall your col- lege days, so that you, instructors, may enjoy again the year you have lived with us, so that you, undergraduates, may catch the spirit that will hold you forever to your college. Thus we greet you and hope that you all, alumni, class of 1922, faculty, fellow- students, may catch that spirit that will draw us ever nearer and nearer to a greater Millikin. Thus is the 1923 Millidek open to you! 6?-xfL1Q:.Q f1,5333-K:Qc21K::d?x'yx?iEiarior :ivES 7 Five - A MILLIDEK ' o Efn Beam malh To him whose sincerity, whose justice, whose modesty, whose perfect under- standing of our needs, our aims, our pleasures, make him the best loved man at Millikin, do we dedicate this book. vQ' dfgg-TQQQQKQQ-1-im.-Kliviv-v-1 Qww9a-aSiN-i13114p-i5 -?1?'Sr.:s:1 1E+f:Ea 1tE2A ' A Six MILLIDEK - , ,qwgmzsvxf-1:-flfeaamff? F A do-Q S ...aaaoesa-azapgc. MII-,LIDEK .xgsjlfy-Ax Ether nf Clnntentz The Campus Administration Classes 1 Music - 5 Clubs and Organizations Fraternities Athletics Satire 19,gg.g.3.Ef. 1aaQ1g2:?4w+eiaQQaB:-5vfss m2Q Q 1 Eight ,Q Df:L'EJ'iD?EY2iU1"4'1ifQJDEJEKiA?1 C 1 Q?4 Ii -1-SW!-1?-SKQWQJZA v M . -.. 4-1 m P I . f lli i v Tr,-. v N' 'qjlgr a -It , F 4 Q '- .v ,-' . . ' L. . Ai' 2 4 - - N +i ' ' " M I . , aff' .Ig I ' , . Vx ' ':-- U, ,. 'Rt 1 4 Q .s '- ka -01,12 - p-'1- s- al -g Su if I ' 291 r ' AT 5 --rj,-gig:-I 'T 1 Y . AT! V A Q:-.4 5 " 95- 5-1--'N' 0 ' ' --lf ' ' -r 'sv M gi cw. 3 M . - -,, A - . . E1 ' , 5,4 "'jW'f-5, 1'-1 - 5 T 1 18313 WI 'EJ 4 ELL-71' , X It J if ' . 'f.0'- f- 1 'B ff 5 s :tiff 1 ' E " --72123 I 'R ,P -xy' . eff- , law gm I L3 . fi I Y I. if - 1 x xy' ui' If " ' L " " -. , V Ma A fa, 1'.-Lg: Sys if ! ffqg-,,6f:1'L Qu 1' ' - yf V ,fx , .1 4 'z 23 2 Sig? iii 1? :,1 - . -m?fp 2f3 . ISI k , .,. ,,. , . N .V lil ll V lg! 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T .MEL U, 4 W3 'fry L :if New 'rx H .LU as' 1, 3353 ,J 11' . . f lj u , lim., Z , L "ir 5 w Liu' g r T if Y' 'xt N f P1 L .14 if ll fr H+ Y ' ', 4 4 Y Q.1y'v " ...R ,Q A X A ,J V VI r w ,F 2: .1,.qv I' 4, Y' L ,. .'- ' . ,M . . .Ju w - ,"W5 1'-, 1 -X 1, ,xl if 45??:3?:r.Vf5: , , ' 'gmfhz if 11 'V -,w-Q5 V . . . Our Sentmel, marshalhng the mag1c way to learmng. fm::i15!" 15, 1557'5' sg - J z'ffs- f 4 Qx-A wr - V P is at ' lb b I 1 A. V 4 , 5 4.,-gFh:11l, ' ' . D4 X-.ni ,gm E. WSf4 'Efsf x . -5 4" . .W 1' W ' ,Q ,-Y - l . ' Z -tfu. ' ,. 'Y-1,5 ki zV,m,VgE2V:i: W Y ,l 'iv 1 - ,,,53Qig?Q1,,S:ai,Z,:,,g..,4 lQaQy1Qa m3ei:us-Qzsfsxmfk ' N AQ' 2- Sixteen ADMINISTRATION V - Ahminrztratrun ADMINISTRATION And the Wheels Go 'Round All feminine protests to the contrary, woman's conception of an automobile is a seat, four whizzing wheels, and a contrivance to steer by. The latter is not especially necessary, for passing automobiles can take to the sidewalk, and the pedestrians to the trees. Silently functioning carburetors and timers, like submerged husbands, are things to be ignored, not appreciated. Our conception of Millikin easily becomes that of a huge educational ma- chine of buildings and equipment. silent in its swift conduct of us through a maze of human and scholastic problems. There is no noisy exhaust or whin- ing whir to indicate that somewhere an engine or a dynamo is producing the necessary vital energy. But back of all that is tangibly Millikin, is a sustaining power generated by a small group of men and women whose importance is hidden by the very silence and unvarying effectiveness of their working spirit. The Board of Trustees perpetuate in trust the generosity which Mr. Mil- likin displayed toward Millikin, and by their giving, stimulate the community in its gifts toward Millikin's endowment. The Board of Managers gives in per- sonal interest the stability and soundness of business experience toward the management of Millikin's business affairs. ' President Holden, removed by necessity and not by choice from an intimacy with individual students, is devoted and strenuous in his efforts to secure the endowment which will make possible the vision of a new destiny for Millikin. A general hnancial depression has not blocked him. For one has only to watch our President and his Overland turn a corner to realize that spinning around an obstacle, and shooting in a straight line, is all one with him. Rising above the mere execution of innumerable details, Dean XVald re- tains a freshness of personality and a sincerity of expression that transforms mere respect into affection. Dean Wfalker is in no sense the Police Matron of Aston Hall, but shares her personality with many a student friend. And in every department, in every class, are found leaders who inject into an atmosphere already heavily charged with the scholastic ideal, the elusive but ever present spirit of se1'vice and dedication toward a distinctly Millikin Ideal. In the face of a lowered appropriation and a decreased working force those men who care for our buildings and grounds have silently cooperated to the end that comfort and convenience is afforded the student, and attractiveness meets the stranger who judges MiIlikin's buildings and corridors. And we appreciate the men and women who make the wheels of Millikin go ,1'Ol1I1Cl, CHARLES NIILLS. 1 Eighteen ADMINISTRATION The Boards of Control The Board of Trustees of the Unlverslty XV H Prx II A1 I LC ON D D Preszdent C E GULLMT VILL Presldeut H E ST xrucu Sccrenuv I C FISHLR TICTSIIILT IIIIIIOIS Synod W H PINIII xL1.Lc,oN D D 1922 C Il GLTLLITT 1922 C S OGLIIXTL Ph D 1922 Hon L B STRINCFR 1923 GEOPGL B Svmru 1973 S E VICCITLLXND M D 192.1 I C F1sH1R M D 1924 I' E BLLL M D 1924 W H Evuxs 192 Indlana Synod I'ION T E VVIILIAMSOIN 1922 F Pfxncnrr D D 1923 Iowa Synod M KENLFY 1974 VANI NICF D D 1922 STARIEY 1923 Board of Managers '-I rn ',L".,OC'1ClDP M1LLs Presrdent 1922 SrA1JLr:R V1cePres1deut 1922 DYER Secretary Gonux 'lrensurer Ownx 1924 McCLz2LLfxr.n 1974 I R Hou' 1924 E Momma 1922 A R Scolr 1923 W M BLRING 1923 NV B M S Decatur I mwln LHILOIIZ Defafm Demtzn Lzncoln Lmeoln Lnzrolzz HI! 71011 Dr cam! Decatur llatlomz Lam 0111 IDZIGIIS llle Iudwcma Ezfansuzlle Indiana Decatur W'aul on Ion a Lzneoln of the Decatur College and Industrlal School Decatur Decatur Decatur DLL'Uf1I7 Decatur Defatzzr Deeatru Deaatuz Bethany Dr famr W R MCGAUGHLY 1923 Wt Zzon Ex Ofliclo Honorary and Consultmg Members The Presrdent of the UH1VCTS1tV the PI'CSldL111f 'md the De'm of the Decatur College the Pres1dent of the Boird of Trustees of the Umvers1ty resrdmg 111 Macon Countx and the Secretarx 'md Trewsurer of the Board of M'1n'1 ers Commlttees of the Board of Managers Preslclent of the Board 'md Presldent of the College Ex OH:lC1O Members of All Commntees Aston H111 MCG1L1gl1Cy Holt McClelland Burldmgs Berrng Moeller Holt Currxculum Holt McGaughey Owen Fmance Stmdlcr Bermg Moeller Grounds Moeller McClelland IVICGr'll1Q'l'lCN Insurance Owen St'1dIer Bermg Facultx McClell1ud Owen Stidler Nmeteen '. . 111.53 . . ., ' .... ...... ' 11 1 4 '.1A' . .- .. . l - .. . f ", ' "i ........ ..... ..... .. .... 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I n..-.n.A--.u-1.uvw.....funn--.....nu---...pq:spun--v...n...u--..ap Y . . ', ............................................................... . . 7 , ............................................................. 7 I ' 1 1 c ' . ' '4 -I, 1. . cg . . . c I . ' H ' ..z - . '. , . . . - .Lu I , I ' in I . ' ' '. ' ' - 2 'y 1 - T 1 1. C I ." . i Y 1 ! .' -'- 2 , , . . ,. ADMINISTRATION PRESIDENT LOUIS EDWARD HOLDEN ADMINISTRATION , The Deans If you admire the man who you are doing, who is absolutely I DEAN WALD Dean Wfalker as guardian of often stops to talk, who is interested in what just and ready to help you, then you admire Dean W'ald. If you want advice concern- ing money, schedule, or vocation, if you have too many chapel cuts or want to be excused from classes, if you wish to consult a man as a friend or as an instructor, the solu- tion is, "Ask Dean VVald." It is a phrase that every Millikinite has adopted and says with all confidence and trust. that he is ready to carry out the advice or direction of the answer, for Dean Walcl knows. As Dean, Arthur Wald has created an atmosphere of co-operative and cordial relationship between students and fac- ulty. He's not the sort of man to extend a friendly slap on the back to all comers, but he is unfailingly so reasonable, so modest and yet so appreciative, so square in all his dealings with students that he is loved by, all of them. all that is fine and cultural of the University occupies a special place in the regard of the student body. And as a guardian she tries to influence all to gain perfection in those things which make charm of personality. She writes: "In our eagerness to acquire knowledge and to attain high scholarship, we so often neglect our opportunities to gain poise, dignity, courtesy, and the little niceties of life. Since a man is the builder of his own character, he may execute at his own will those' qualities which endow him with personal attractiveness. He may cultivate in his nature those principles which make for truth, loyalty, sincerity, ex- pressing in his atitude toward his fellows those finer instincts which make him pleasing to his friends. XV e must distinguish between the fads of the day and the real character which gives to one the true courtesy which charac- terizes his true worth and never goes out of fashion. We maintain that good manners en- hance our personal happiness, and by cultivat- ing those inherent traits which go to make up a well bred person. it is possible to break up . cliques and caste, thus creating a band of sym- pathy with all mankind." And yet, when she can remind us of courtesy, of manners and all other things that are cultural we must not forget Mrs. Walke1"s own personality-her delight in teasing and being teased, "kidded," the fact that she can enjoy a practical joke, and most of all, her little kindnesses to others and her -appreciation of favors and of kindness. DEAN WALKER Twenty-One ADMINISTRATION DR. XIVILLIAM LAMBERT DARBY, K E Field Secretary of James llflillikiu Unfiverslzty A. B. Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee, 18953 B. D. Cumberland University 18985 Graduate Work Columbia University, 1906-19089 B. D. Union Theological Semin- ary, 19075 President Cumberland College, Clarksville, Arkansas, 1914-1916. CALVERT WELCH DYER, K 2 Secretary and Auditor A. B. Cumberland University, 19005 Lockyear's Business College, Indiana, 1902. NORMA KATPILEEN RODGERS X lS'ec1'eta1'y to the President James Millikin University, 1912-14, Millikin Conservatory of Music, Certificate in Piano Playing, 1912, Certificate in Pipe Organ Playing, 1914: Diploma in Piano Playing, 1914. Graduate of BroWn's Business College, 1919. MARY ELLEN MUIR Assfistzmt Sec-1'eta1'y and Auditor The James Millikin University, 1917-18, Twenty-Two ADMINISTRATION LUCILE MARGARET BRAGG, K Recorder' Irzszfrzactor in Ancient Languages A. B. James Millikin University, 19095 M. A., 1910. ANSEL AUGUSTUS TYLER, A Y, 119 B K, 2 E Professor of Biology A. B. Lafayette College, 18923 A. M., 18953 Ph. D. Columbia University, 1897. 'IESSIE RGY CI-IRISTIE, 1' A. E E Associate Professor of Biology B. S. in Agriculture, University of Kentucky, 1913-143 New Hampshire 1909-133 Grad- uate work 1914-15, M. S. University of Illinois, 1916-183 Maryland State College 1915-1916, Fairmount College, 1919-20. ELSIE COLLIER, E A I Instrlzctoi' in Biology ' Ph. B. University of Chicago, 19153 M. A. Leland Stanford University, 1919. RALPH CGMBS Assistant in Biology Twen ty-Three ADMIN ISTBATION GRACE PATTEN CONANT, KID B K, H M Q9 Professor-' of English, Language and Literatzmi' A. B. Bates Collegeg M. A. Cornell University, 18975 Fellow, 18985 Fellow Univer- sity of Chicago, 18995 Litt. D. Bates College, 1914. C1-IARLINE FENDER .WOOD Associate Professor in Rhetoric' A. B. Western College, 19055 University of Chicago Summer, 19135 M. A. Columbia University, Summers 1917-195 Second Semester, 1920. CAROLINE STOOKEY LUTZ, II B fb Associate Professor in Euglisli A. B. Cioucher College, 19115 M. A. Columbia University, 19165 Harvard Summer School, 19205 Milwaukee Downer, and Westhampton Colleges. CLYDE WILLIAB1 HART, T K .E Professor of Public Speaking A. B. James Millikin University, 1915. University of Chicago Summer, 1921. DAVIDA MCCASLIN, A A A Professor of Rhetoric A. B. Coe College, 19045 B. S. James Millikin University, 19075 M. A. University of Minnesota, 1912. Twenty-Four ADMINISTRATION WALTER JOHN RISI EY A 'L A P10 cs.s01 0 llifathematux B S Uunersltv of M1Cl1lgRl1 1900 A M Umvers1ty of Illmms 1907 M A Har vard UI1lVCfS1tV 1908 VVILLIAM PELLIS Assoczate P10 05501 lfaflwmatzcs Pl B St'1te Normal College Upmlantl 1896 B S Unxverslty of Clucago 1901 ESSE PIERCE Issoczatc P10fes.m01 'llatlzeflzahcs and Cz 11 .E1Zg11l6C'H,IlQ B S Ul11VEYSlt5 of Icluho 1917 Graduqte Work UI11VCfS1ty Ch1cdg,o Summer 1913 Term 1916 CAxLl HEAD T K E P10 essm 0 llffffldlllffll Ezzgmeculzq B S m Mechamcal Engxueelmg l'1mes Mllllkm Ul11VCTS1tV 1911 Twenty Fxve 4 V1 ' ,, , .I . . . . I .v . . . 1 A ' ' . ' . , v 9 ' - 1 1 - - .1 ' ' A , D 4 1. . . U U - , . - , u , . . , ., Graduate Work Umversxtles Clucago, Madlson, Harvard, and Cornell. I 'I E '4 4 -4 .. L1 ' V- A . - f Y I' 'U' . ', . . ' ' f . , -g . - ' ' ' ' v , P ' 1 A . . , . jf , I ,, ,' ,, Q, ' - . . 4 . A. v at . . . . .J . ADMINISTRATION 7?5E79,i. 'C v :..'..' , . Y' .MIP -- -' I . ' . in f M ii - .,... ., .r , .V I , , .-,, I -...1 EUGENIA ALLIN, CII A 111 Librariaiz and Professor of L'ib1'a1'y Science B. L. S. University of Illinois, 1903g Extension Commission, 1910-14. MARY BELLE PRICE, 11 B CIP Assistant Lfibixvriau A. B. James Millikin University, 1917. I-IENRY ALFRED BOI-IL Ii7'L.Sfl'UCI07' in 11461711101 Tmining Toledo Polytechnic Institute, 1905-085 Evans Pattern Works, Portland,' Oregon, 1911. LORELL M. COLE Professor of Illamzal T1'ai11.i1zg Stout Manual Training School for Teachers, 1906g University of Virginia Summer School for Teachers, 1912 and 19133 Head of Department of Fami.-Mechanics, Sum- mers I917-18g New York School of Agriculture, Summers 1917-183 Director of In- dustrial Training. Twenty-Six ADMINISTRATION EMMA LATES ROBBINS A X Q I7lSf1'1lCl'0I 0fF111e and ljzplzcd Jfts B of Design I-I Sophie Newcomb Memorlal College of Tulane Universitx Art In stitute of Chicago Summer School 1916 Chicago Academy of Fme Arts 1918 CI-IRISTINE SPENCER K A KID Iusimrtor m fine and Applied AYIS LUTHER LATENIAN I-IENDTRSOW Pzofessm of Plzzlosoplzv and Head of the School of Edncatwn New Jersey State Norm il School 1902 B S New York University 1906 M A B D Yule Umverilty 1909 University of Goettingen Marburs, and Berlin Germ mx 190911 ALEXANDER PEEBI TS KELSO P1 ofessol of Bzblzcal Hwtolv and Ltfcvatme A B VV'1slungton and Jefferson 1906 B D Westerii Theological Seminary 1910 Summer Semester LCIDSIC 191011 B A Oxford 1912 B Sc School of Litterae Hu mamorew Research 1913 ISABELLA TIIOMPSON MACI-IAN P40 0.9501 of Gvfeel and Latm A B Wellesly College 1887 M A 1905 Twenty Seven 1 W4 ,,,,,,,.E ., ,H , . , .. ., . E., ,.,,I,,, , ,EE ,E Ib-.. , , J 4 I f A J 3 V ,I I I I I A - I I ' f' 1 i .T V I . , V , . . -'S b - 1 Y I 3 I ' -4 'I 5 B4 S. University of Missouri, 19163 Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Summer, 1917. + 3 +I- I 1 1 I I , l 2 ' h , . 3 ,. . ' ' '-, 3 . . . I - 1 S ' f .TJ ' p 2 -5 ' 7' '4 - -1 - -1 . J . . I ' - ' , 5 . . ' 'l ', , . , ' . . , . . . ' ., f , . -1 4 I Af . . , g . ., . ADMINISTRATION I IAIVIES HARVEY RANSOIVI Professor of Chemistry B. S. Wabasli Collegeg M. S. Wabash Collegeg Ph. D. University of Chicgo. ELTON RICHMOND DARLING, A E 111, Ax K fb Professor in Chcmistrgf Ph. D, University of Southern Minnesotag Bradford Durfee Textile School, New Bedford State Textile Schoolg Post-Graduate NVork at Universities Brown, Clark, Wfesleyan, Chicago, and Illinois. BERNARD VVINCHESTER THOMPSON In-strzfctor in Cltetwistry Purdue University, 19135 B. S. in Pharmacy. FRED F. TUWNSLEY, CID A K Professor of Plzvysics Indiana State Normal, 19055 A. B. Wabash College, 1911. CARLTON C. CUMMINS Assistant in Chemist-1'y Twenty-Eight ADMINISTRATION A ALBERT TAYLOR MILLS P10 essol of Hzstovy and Polmcal Sczcnce Kansas State Normal School 1893 1896 A B Umversxty of MlCh1d1l 1899 M A 1908 Unnersrty of Ch1c :go 1899 LAURA 12 DURKEL Ivzstmcfoz m Commelce and fznance ERICII VVALTLR ZIMMLRMANN Professor 0 Comamrcc Ph D Bonn Berlm M11111Cl1 BlI'lTl111Ql'l3.1T1 cEl1l1l'ldJ Echnburgh CScotlandj New York Umversrty VVII LIAM NVILBERTORCL SMITH 411 B K Pvofessor of 1950710171165 Ducctoz of Commclce and I'z1za1zre A B Lafavette College 1880 M A 1883 Ll D 1903 Headmaster En lewood CN ID Sehool for Boxs 1885 95 Headmaster Berkley School CN X D 1904 05 PFCS1 dent Coe College 190508 WILLIAM CORNELL CASEY T K D P1 0fCSSOl of Golfcnzment and P0l1tzcaISc1encc Ilhnoxs State Normal UIIIVCTQIIQ 190911 A B James M1l11k1n U11lXCfh1fj 1916 'l wenty 1X1 1e 1 , Y C , 1 -4 -4 4,1 ,I .N f ,I I '1'.f , Q - -4 ' -1 f' I f 9 . . ' ' " ' . O.. ' . . ' W - - l I 1 1 .. me s - 1 -4 -4 ' .1 X , , . . 4 A ,' '., , . , ,f , .q', -' J Y 1 1 1 F 1 1 y- . . , C- , , . ., , . ., . 5 ' ' 7 - ' I - ' - - - . 1 1 . - - , I . , .. . f' 4 1 L 1 ,. ,, ,- ,., , , , ,' ' ', V . . . . Y - . . . .V W. V , , . . . , . . -7-1 ADMINISTRATION H . --..FW .if-,ET-.-Lin.,-,., , ,r. ., , ,. - ' .rf L, 2dJ...,,. , , , ,,, " 1 .. A .. .---- Y, -,.,,.,.,,,.A,f. Sxf ,M OLIVE M. YOUNG, K K F, fb B K Professor in Hozzselzold Svicnce Smith College, 1900-025 A. B. University of Nebraska, 19085 University of Chicago 1908-09, Columbia University, Teacher's College, Summer 1918-19. ' LENA R. CORZINE, A A A ' I7'lS2l7"1-ZCIO7' in Hcmselziold Science B. S. James Millikin University, 19165 A. M. Columbia University, 1920. MIRIAM CURDLING, Z T A Iizstructm' in Household Arts ' B. S. James Millikin University, 1918. MABEL DUNLAP Pmfessov' of Household Arts Oswego State Normal, 19065 B. S. M. A. 1920. Teacl1er's College, Columbia University, 1908g Thirty ADMINISTRATION LIILAII BELI12 DAVIS II B 111 II M C9 I1zst1 uctol 111 F1 071611 A B Jlmes Mxlhkm Uxuversxty 1914 NORMAN G VVANN B CID Q Ducciof 0 PlzvszraIT1a11mzqfo1 Man Earlham College ANGILLA FIIRQON D11 actor 0 Plzyszcal T7Cl7IZ1Ilg fm I'170771fl?7l B S Western Reserve Umxerslty Wooster Ac'1demy Sargent School of P115 s1c1I 1'ra1n1nq Boiton IBO T JOHNSON Y A B Asszstanf Dzwctov of Atlzhtzcs and Plzyszcal Tvmmnq U S Army 191719 James Mxlllkm Umverslty 191517 191920 BONNIE R BLACKBURN K A A A P10 essm ofF1e1zrl1 A B James Mxllxkm Umversxty 1908 A M Umversxty of Clucago 1921 r T11 ty On 'C - 4 4 1 1 ,V .'V ' flfl -1' ' , . . 2 ', . . , A Q 'I -4 L Y h ' 1 . 4 . K a . . ' , 4 , '. L , . . L, . . 4 - 4 .1 . , -1 , . . ', " . , ' , ' . ' ' I ! . . , 5 . . ' , . 1'r '- ri ADMINISTRATION CLASSES Gllazzez CLASSES Classes Man is a creature of moods, consciously or unconsciously ever so often, he is seized with a spirit of introspectiong his conscious self walks in grave re- view before his sub-conscious selves 3 his suppressed desires are mercilessly ana- lyzedg in a word, he psycho-analyzes himself. ln such a mood, it occurred to me the other day, that, though I hope to grad- uate in the class of Nineteen Hundred Twenty-two, there is no definite bond which binds me, as an individual, and the class, as a unit, together. Wfe wear caps and gowns each Vlfednesday and daily raise our voices in "praising God, from whom all blessings How", we eat chicken salad and pineapple ice at the annual party on VVashington's birthday, but with these exceptions, we are no more closely associated than with some four hundred others of the student body. ' Gur fathers and grandfathers, Cthose of whom were fortunate enough to enjoy the privileges of college daysj speak affectionately, almost reverently of the class of '67 or 185. W'e enjoy our friendships with individuals, but to them, THEIR class stands out as a distinctive unit in their college memories. H VV hat has caused this subtle change in class attitude? ls it that we are less loyal than our fathers, or more indifferent? Perhaps it is only that it has been crowded out? In looking about our own college, we find in every class, students from each of our schools of Commerce and Finance, Liberal Arts and Household Arts, and from these different ,departments are assembled a heterogeneous col- lection of Freshmen, Juniors, Seniors and Sophomores, who, because so many of their subjects are elective, do not develop that class spirit which marked the older day college, when Johnnie and Jamie and Willie each took Chemistry and Mathe his Freshman year because he was a Freshman and must. You may say we have a more democratic attitude now g that there is more tolerance between the classesg hazing has become obsolete, and the classes meet on a common ground of understanding. Granted. But couldn't we have just a little more of that fine old sentiment concerning one's own class-the kind which hearkens back, points to pride to a certain man and answers: Know him? WVell, rather! He graduated in '22." , NlARY DELAIILTNTY. Thirty-Four CLASSES Senlor Class Officers Pztvzdenf CECIL F ALIQNNIS Vzce PIC'.S'1dP7ll' HU LN GURHAM Secretm V LUCU II GREID121 Student Cozmwl Rcpzcsczztafzuw GEORGE PROCTOR CLVNIITLE B xRNJ:TT Committees CHAILL COMNUTIEIL IINVITATIOB COMMITTFE John Bzrks Clztmnmn Orval D1ehl Clzazlnzan Louxse Vent LOUISE Vent C'1m1lle Bmrnctt Marmm Houghton Gladys Plullxs Esther Reauch M1:M0RIfxL C0M'suTTE1: CLASS PLAY COMMITTTL Cecll Abrams Chau man Helen Gorham Clzrzzrnmn LOIS Engleman Lucxle Gfeldel Hubert Mannmg Maurxta Sl'l'lICl George Proctor Clarence PICFCC Cec11 Abrams CLASS DAY COMMITTEE Chdrlce Mxlls Chau 111011 Orval Dlehl I'I3l'l'l9 Mwyei Pearl Sutherland Josephme Harrls Cam1lle Bwrnett Iq'llIllXlI'l Klme flhuts Fne T7'CClSZH'g7' ...... .... . . .......................... CLARENCE PIERCE '7 1 . ' ' T . Y . y 'V V' 1 . . , L ' 1 , I ,V c V ' l ' CLASSES l Il .J CECIL FISK ABRAMS, E. A E . A. B. Tuscola High School, Tuscola, Illinois. Football '18-'19-'20-'21g Glee Club '18-'19-,20, Vice President '21-'22g Baseball '19-'20-'21g Home Coming '18, '20g Student . Council '19-'20, '21-'22g Inter-Fraternity Council '20-'21-'22, Class Scrap '18-,195 "M" Club '20-'21-'22g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '20-'21, Vice President Class '19-,205 CIllinois Wes- leyanjg President Class '21-'22. VVINEFRED CAMILLE BARNETT, A X Q College Preparatory School, 1918, Monmouth, Illinois. Inter-Fraternity Basketball '18- 'l9-'20-'2l-'2Zg All-Star Team '19L'20-'Zlg Captain T. K. E. Team '22g Soccer Team '20-'21, President Won1en's Athletic League '20-'21g Pan-Hellenic Banquet, '18-'19-'20- ,225 Decaturian Stauti '20-'21-'22, Glee Club '18-'l9g Oratorio Choir '19-'2Og Soloist in Piano I. M. U. Conservatory of Music '19-'20g Millidek Staff '20-'21: Vice President Y. W. C. A. '21-'ZZQ Student Council, Vice President ,21-'22g I. M. U.-lte 'Zig Chairman General Circus Committee '22. PAUL BAILEY, T K E A. B. Manistee High School, Manistee, Michigan, JENNA RUTH BIRKS, H M G I ' A. B. james Millikin Academy, J. M. U. 1916, Decatur, Illinois. Philomathean '16-yl.7j Current Events Club '16-'17g Delegate National Student Volunteer Convention '19-'ZUQ Delegate State Student Volunteer Conference '19-'20g Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet '20-'21-'22, English Club '20-'21, Chairman Central Illinois Student Volunteer Union '20-'22g Chair- man Millidek Subscription Committee '20-'21g Aston Hall Student Government Council '21-122: Vice President Central Illinois Student Volunteer Union '21-'ZZQ California School Christianity, VVoman's Advisory Council '21-'22g Honor Student. ROBERT A. BARRACKS, 5. A E A. B. Baton Rouge High School, Baton Rouge Louisiana. A. B. El Paso High School, ' 1915, El Paso, Illinois. I. M. U. Battalion '17-'l8g Track '17-'18-'19-,205 Boxing '19-'Z0- 'Zlg Millikin Founding Pageant Committee '19-'ZOQ Cercle Francais '18-'19g Dramatic Club '17-'18-119-'20-'Z13 Home Coming Plays '17-'18-'19-'20-'21: Horne Coming Committee '21-'22g Co-Author Home Coming Play '21-,225 Millidek Board 17-'18, '19-'20-'2lg Deca- turian Staff '17-'18-'19-'20-'Zlg English Club Secretary '20-'21g Y. M. C. A. Vice President '20-'21, President '21-'22g Y. M. C. A. Convention '20-'21g Class Treasurer '20-'21gMusic Pageant '21g junior Manager Inter-Scholastic '21, English Assistant '20-'Zlg Student Council '21g Inter-Fraternity Council '20-'21. Thirty-Six CLASSES JOHN BIRKS, T K E A. B. Decatur High School, Decatur, Illinois. Glee Club '18-'19-'20-'21-'22, Secretary '21-'ZZQ Class President '19-'20g Student Council '19-'Z0g Inter-Collegiate Debate '19-'20, Business Manager Milliclek '20-'21 3 Inter-Collegiate Debate '20-'21 g Brown Debate '20-'21 g Home Coming Play '20-1215 President Y. M. C. A. '21-'223 Student Council '21-'22, Chairman Senior Chapel Committee '21-'22g Decaturian Staff '21-'22. LUCILLE BRQVVN, A A A, II M G, I' E T A. B. -Decatur High School, Decatur, Illinois. Tennis '18-'19, '20-'21, '21-'22g Basket- ball '18-'19-'20-'21-'Z2p Woman's Athletic League '19-'20, President '21-'22g Manager Woman's Athletics '19-'20-'21g Dramatic Club '18-'19-'20-'21, President '21-'22g Vice President Class '18-'19g Vice President Class '19-l20. ORVAL DEE BUCKLES, A X Mt. Pulaski Township High School, 1918. Freshman-Sophomore Contest '19-'ZOQ Tri Collegiate Debate 'ZUQ Debate Manager '21, Dramatic Club '19-'2Og Law School, Uni versity Chicago '21. - MARY ADA CHAPIN, A X Q Manual Arts High School, 1919 Los Angeles, California. Freshman 1919, Inter Fdaternity Basketball '20-'21-'22g Dramatic Club '19-'20-'21-'22g.HArt Guild 20321- 22: Y. W. C. A. '19-'20-'21-'22. Thirty-Seven - CLASSES FLORENCE CULVER, Z T A, II M QD A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. Basketball '18-'l9g Glee Club '18-'19-'20-'21-'22g Vice President '22p Y. W. C. A. '19-'20, Treasurer '20-'21, Secretary '55-'ZZQ Honor Student '18-'19-,20-'21-'ZZQ Class Party Committee '19-'203 Millidek Staif ' -'21. CARLTON C. CUMMINS, F E T A. B. Decatur High School, 1917, Decatur, Illinois. Inter-Mural Basketball '20-'21-'22, Men's Glee Club '17-'18-'19-'20-'21-'22, Dramatic Art Club '18-'19-'20-'21-'22, Home Com- ing Play '19-'20-'21-'22, Decaturian Staff '20-'21g Student Assistant in Chemistry '20-'2l- '22g Millidek Board '19-'20, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '21. CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA DAVIS, A X 0, 1' E T A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. Y. W. C. A. '18-'19-'20-'21-'22, Cabinet '22 5 Dramatic Club '18-'19-'20-'21-'Z2. MARY DELAHUNTY, II M QD A. B. Sacred Heart Academy, 1918, Springfield, Illinois. Y. NV. C. A. '18-'19-'20-'21-'22, Spanish Club '18-'19-'20g French Club '19-'20, English Club, Treasurer '20-'21, '21-'22, Home Coming Play Committee '20-'21, Pi Mu Theta Treasurer '21-'22, Manager Stu- dent Service Bureau '21-'22, Thirty- Eight CLASSES ORVAL VV. DIEHL, T K E Mt. Morris College, 1916-,17, Mt. Morris, Illinois, U. S. Army 1917-'19, Football '19-'20- '21g Track '19-'20-'21-'ZZQ Basketball '19-'20-'21g Millidek Board '20-'Zlg Vice-Presi- dent Class '20-,21g Assistant Business Manager of Decaturian '20-,215 Business Manager of Decaturian '21-'22, LOIS ELEANOR ENGLEMAN, 11 B LID, II M G A. B. Decatur High School, 1917, Decatur, Illinois. Dramatic Club '18-'19g Treasurer Red Cross Unit '18-'19g Winning Team, Freshman-Sophomore Debate '18-'l9g Pan- Hellenic Guest '18-'19-'20-'21, Pan-Hellenic '20-'21-'22, President '20-'2i1g High Honor Student '18-'19-'ZOQ Honor Student '20-'21-'22g Y. W. C. A. '18-'19-'20-'21g Decaturian Staff '19-'20, Assistant Editor Decaturian '20-'21, Editor Decaturian '21-'22, Dramatic Club '21-'22g Inter-Collegiate Debate '19-'20-'2lg Brown Debate '20-'21, Committee Freshman-Sophomore Contest '19-'ZOQ Oratorio Choir '19-'20g Voice Pageant '20-'213 Delegate. Student Volunteer Convention '19-'ZOQ Editor of Millidek '20-'21, Home Com- ing Play '21-'22g Student Council '21i'2Zg Memorial Committee '21-'22. BEULAH CAMPBELL EVANS, GD I' A. B. Decatur High School, 1917, Decatur, Illinois. Y. W. C.. A. '18-'19-'20-'21-'22g Girls' Glee Club '18-'19-'21-i223 Dramatic Club '21-'22g English Club '20-'21-'22, Secretary '21-'22. HELEN LOUISE GORI-IAM, A A A, 11 M G A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. Basketball '18-'19-'20-'21-'22, All- Star Basketball '19-'20-'21, Spanish Club '18-'19g French Club '18-'l9g Girls' Glee Club '18-'19, '21-'22g Committee for Freshman Party '18-'19, Dramatic Club, '18-'19-'20-'21-'22 3 Home Coming Play '19-'20-'21-,225 Decaturian Staff '19-'20-'21-'ZZQ Millidek Board '20-'Zig Student Council '19-'20, Winner Sophomore-Freshman Literary Contest '19-'ZO3 English Club '20-'21g junior-Senior Prom Committee '20-'ZIQ Vice President Class '21-'ZZQ Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Thirty-Nine CLASSES jr ,-SQ Q. Q iii -S . y r it ll -l MARY GRADY, A X Q ' A. B. Decatur High School, 1916, Decatur, Illinois. Student Council '16-'17, Fresh- man-Sophomore Scrap '16-'17-'l8g Inter-Fraternity Basketball '19g Dramatic Club '16-'17, '21-'22, LUCILE KATHYRN GREIDER, A X Q A. B. St. Teresa's Academy, Decatur, Illinois. Freshman-Sopliomore Contest '18-'19g Dramatic Club '18-'l9. '20-'21-'22g Pan-Hellenic '19-'20-'21-'22g English Club '20-'21-'Z2g Class Secretary '21-'22g Y. W. C. A. 18-'19-'20-'21-'22, ELEANOR IQSEPHINE HARRIS, K A o, II M S A. B. Austin High School, 1917, Austin, Minnesota. Purdue University '17-'l8g"Y. W. C. A.g Eurodelphian Literary Society, Girls' Glee Clubg Chemical Societyg Vanderbilt University: Y. W. C. A., Tennis Association '18-'19g Oberlin College: Y. W. C. A.g Gym and Field Assistantg Oberlin Art Assistantg Women's League '20-'21, James Milli- kin University: English Club, Vice'Presidentg Y. W. C. A.g Dramatic Club '21-'22. MARIAM ELVIRA I-IOUGHTON, II B CD, 1' E T, II M G A. B. Rock Creek High School, 1917, Petersburg, Illinois. Illinois VVoman's College '17-'l8. Inter-Fraternity Basketball '19, Dramatic Club '19g Girls' Glee Club, 'l9-'ZO- '21-'22g Millidek Board '20-'21, Y. W. C. A. Secretary '20-'21, President '21-225 Student Council, Social Committee, Secretary '21-'22. Forty A CLASSES OREN CHARLES KESSINGER, A 2 Q A. B. Sorento High School, 1917. Track '18-'19-120-'21-'22, Cercle Francais '18-'19-g S. A. T. C. '18-'l9g Astronomy Club '19-'20, Science Club '20-'21g Masonic Club, Treas- urer,' Vice-President '20-'21, '21-'22, Third Prize Iunior-Senior French Contest '20-'21, Inter-Mural Basketball '21-'2Z. KATHYRN KLINE, II B 112, 1' E T, II M CD A. B. Le Roy High School, 1918, LeRoy, Illinois. Dramatic Club '18-'19-'20-121-'22, Domestic Economy Club '18-'19-'20, Founders Day Pageant '20, Student Council '20-'21, Social Chairmang Assistant in Chemistry Department '20-'21, Social Committee Class '21-'22, Circus Committee '22, Art Guild '21-'22, Honor Student '19g Teacher in Decatur Public Schools. MIRIAM LEE, A A A, 11 M G All-Star Basketball Team '18-'19-'20-'21, Y. W. C. A. '18-'19-'20-'21-'22, Domestic Science Club '18-'19-'20: Dramatic Club '18-'19, '20-'21, Tea Committee '20-'21g Chair- man Social Committee 'Zl-'22, HUBERT LAWRENCE MANNING, K A X A. B. St. John's Military Academy, 1918, Deleiield, Wisconsin. Varsity Tennis '18-'19- 'ZO-'21-'22g Entered West Point, N. Y., june. 1919, Honorable Discharge August, 19199 Men's Glee Club '19-'20-'21-'2Zg Astronomy Club '19-'20, Vice President Y. M. C. A. '19-'20g Assistant in Spanish '20-'2l: Student Manager 1. I. A. C. Basketball Tournament '20-'2lg Student Manager Football '21-'22, I. M. U.-ite '22. Forty-One CLASSES HARRIS IRVING MAYES, K A X A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. Football '18-'19-'20-'21g "M" Club '18-'29-'20-'21-'22, Inter-Mural Basketball '19-'20-'21-'22g Dramatic Club '18-'19, Class Day Committee '21-,22. CHARLES WILSON MILLS A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. EDNA JANE NIEBERGALL, II M C9 A. B. Mendota High School. Mendota, 1918. Y. W. C. A. '18-'19-'20-'21-'22g Cercle Fraiigais '18-'19, Campfire '18-'19g Dramatic Club '18-'195 Household Arts Club 18-' -'2O. BERNARD C. PATTERSON, K A X A. B. Decatur High School, 1915, Decatur, Illinois. Manual Training Club '15-'16-'17g Student Manager Football Team '17-'l8g Masonic Club '21-'22g Inter-Mural Basketball '21-'22, Forty-Two CLASSES EDWARD VVI-IITAKER PFEF F ER, 2 A E A. B. McKendree College Academy, 1918, Lebanon, Illinois. McKendree College: Basketball, Baseball, S. A. T. C. '18-'19g James Millikin University: Baseball 'l9-'20-'21- '22g Inter-Mural Basketball '19-'20-'21, Student Manager of I. I. A. C. Basketball Tour- nament '20-'21, I-IAZEL BERNIECE PERRY, Z T A A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. Y. W. C. A. '18-'19-'20-'21, Scout- ing Committee Chairman '21-'22, Home Coming Play '19-'20, Chairman Sophomore Tea '19-'20, Freshman-Sophomore Reception Committee '19-'20, Junior Tea Chairman '20-'21, Millidek Board '20-'21g Dramatic Club '21-'22. GLADYS LALLON PI-IILLIS A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. Girls' Glee Club '18-'19g Y. W. C. A. '18-'19-'20-121-'22, English Club '20-'21-'22, Dramatic Club '21-'22, lfVoman's Chorus '21-'22, CLARENCE B. PIERCE, T K E ' B. S. Du Quoin Township High School, 1916, Du Quoin, Illinois. Basketball Squad '16-'17, '19-'20g I. M. U. Battalion '17, U. S. Army '18-'19g Commerce and Finance Club '16-'17, Masonic Club '19-'20-'21-'22, English Club '21-'ZZQ Senior Class Play Committee, Treasurer Class '21-'22. Forty-Three CLASSBS DONALD XVILSON PING, K A X Greenville College Prep, '18, Bethel College Academy, '16, McKenzie, Tenn. Basketball Squad '18-'19-'20, '21-223 Inter-Mural Basketball '19-'20-'2lg Baseball Varsity 'l8-'l9-'2O- '21-'22, Delegate Lake Geneva Student Conference '18-'19g Freshman-Sophomore Con- test '19-'ZOQ English Club '20-'21, President '21-'22, "M" Club '18-'19-'20'-'21-'22, Class President '20-'21g Student Council '20-'2l3 Assistant Business Manager Millidek '20-'21, Senior Float Committee. GEORGE McKINLEY PROCTOR, A E 112 A. B. Decatur High School, Decatur, Illinois. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '20-'21-'22g Masonic Club '20-'21-'ZZQ President of English Club l20-'2lg Decaturian Staff '20-'Zlg Varsity Debating Team '20-'2lg Second Prize Brown Debate '20-'21g Chairman Inter-Fraternity Council '50-'Z1: President Student Council '21-'ZZQ I. M. U.-ite ,21-'22g Decaturian Staff '21-' 2. LETA RANDALL, II M C9 A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur Illinois. Basketball '18-'19-'20-'21-'Z2g Soccer '20g Cercle Francais '2Og Science Club '2O. ESTI-IER REAICH, II B if Oak Park High School, 1918, Chicago, Illinois. Y. W. C. A. '18-'19-'20-X21-'22, Aston Hall Student Government '20-'21, Invitation Committee '21-'22: Honor Student '18-'19-'20 Founders Day Pageant '19-'ZOQ Art Guild '21-'22. Forty-Four CLASSES HAROLD REXTORD SAMPSON '1 lx E lN1sh1n5ion H1gh Sehool 1916 W1s111ngto11 111111015 Browns Busmess Co1le,,e 1918 Peorm 11l1no1s Cheer Leader 19 20 21 72 Glee Club Reader 19 20 Treasurer M1ll1dek Board 20 21 Dmmatzc Club 19 20 21 Z2 Student Counc1l 70 21 Horne Comm P113 20 2122 OBERT DIIXVEY SANDERS T In E 1 E T Herrxn H111 School Hefllll 111111015 7176111119 Team 19 20 C'1p1'1111 and Manaeer 70 Z1 Ass1star1t Busmess 11.1'1.1'l1LL1' of Dec '1t'L11'1'1I1 21 27 MAURITA CLAIRE SHAFER II B fir H M Q9 A B Decatur Hlgll Sclool 1918 Decxtur 1l1mo1s '1 XV C A 18 19 20 71 Se rc tmry 21 27 1-115,11 Honor Student 18 19 20 Z1 Dec 1tur1a11 Staff 19 20 21 1X11111del Bo'1rd 20 21 Eligllbll Club 20 21 22 1:1'CS11l'11'l.1'l Sophomore Contest 18 19 Clee Club 19 20 PrL11I'1Cl1C111C B'111quet 20 21 W11111CT Second PTIZC 111 French Depdutment 20 Z1 Aston Hdll Student Government Secretarv 20 71 Secletlrg Class 20 21 V1ce Presldent P1 N111 lhetl 71 Z7 Semor Pl'1v Cornm1ttee Z1 77 FRANKLIN L SNVANSON, 2 A 13 A B Hoopeston H1 11 School 1918 1-Ioopeston 111111018 Umted Smtes N'1v11 Reserve Foree 18 19 U111XCfS11X 01111111018 1nter L1111'f1lB21Q1iCf1J'111 19 70 X M C A 19 20 N1'1SO111C Club 71 77 E11Q11Sl1 Club 71 27 Chfurman Semor Cap '11'lC1 Goun Commlt tee 21 77 Forts Fxve Tr 1" "1"-1 7 " -jW'Q5' D 'T' i"'7" " ' , ,sf -,er 1. -2 ., . . V, 537 5, . Y VV xl-J Y 4,71 1271" , 111 5 f 1 U . , , 1 rv . 5 - 'fi W . , -f V . M .-'f',i'7"i'f.32 lf ,Q 4:,"":Iu'1"fj, ,,4,,,,,,1g.l,,-.31 5,11 W JL, , ' T v ' 1 7 .L 1 1 , 1 C .1 r . . 1 1 1 , 7-1 -, -,' . ' , 7 , 'Y ' ' Y ' "' v ' v '20-'21, Reader '21-'22' Ass1sta11t L1brar1z1n '19-,203 D'c'..'C3'E11l'1'E111 Staff '19-'20-'21-'22' ' ' I I , 2 D 1 J l 7 . - . ' . ' 1 , ' l 1 y 'I , . c . ' ' ' , .1 " , g z f - . ' I S y , . .g 1 I l. , I . . ' .T A , -, 5 L r. Q - - 3 '. - .' ff 2,12 z . ' -' ... ' -'l 4 '-4 , "-' 9 I . . L if 1 , , A: Q' '. 7. . .' -' -' -'-,"cA- if I 1 v I T V, , v -J -7 -. 3 2 h W 1 -1 -1 3 I i 1 1 I -4 ', 1 1 1 , , A 1 1 , r ' , " ' , . . 4 - .. - , 1 , , A . , , . . . . ' 1 - y C - . C - , . . , 7 ' . 1 . . 1' Y' . . . . , - Y 7 . ..- ' J . . . W M f- 1 , , , I . ' 7 ' , - -7 ,' , 1 I 7 - ' 1' 4 .1 - .., 4' -..... rj . T 4 7 1 . . . " g , , , ., 1 , . z . I -1 . ' r ' , . ' ' . - 1 . 1 1 -' . I . 1 -f . . 1 . . - - . . . . , . ' , . . T . 1 , , I 7 . . ' y . 4 - '- 1... , x V .. - .1 , c ' . . , y --... I CLASSES TR LOUISE VENT, Z T A, 11 M 69 Decatur High School, Decatur, Illinois, 1918. B. S. Commerce and Finance, Spanish Club 'l8g Class Party Committee '19-'20, Pan-Hellenic '19-'20, Winner of Essay in Freshman-Sophomore Contest '19-'20, Millidek Board '20-'21g Senior Chapel Com- mittee '21-'22g President Pi Mu Theta '21-'22, Y. W. C. A. '18-'19-'20-'21-'22, Honor Student. RUSSEL S. VVARD, 2 A E A. B. Bethany Township High School, 1918, Bethany, Illinois. Football '17-'18, '19-'20-'2lg Baseball '18g Freshman-Sopliomore Scrap '19g "MU Club '19-'20-'21-'22g Masonic Club '20-'21-223 Field Manager Inter-Scholastic Meet 21. HELEN ELIZABETH VVILLIAMS, Z T A, 11 M 69 A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. Y. W. C Freshman-Sophomore Contest VVinner '19-'20, Millidek 'Board Class Editor '20-'21, English Club '21-'22, Dramatic Art Club, Program Committee '21- 22. . A. 18-'19-120-'21-'22, FRANK B. PEERS A. B. Decatur High School, 1918, Decatur, Illinois. Forty'Six CLASSES ALICE MAE STONE A B Decatur Hxgh School 1918 Decatur 111111014 Domcsuc Economy Club 18 19 Dmmatxc Club 18 19 G1rls Glee Club 19 Z0 Chorus 21 22 FREDERICK MARICN IIANES A B Colburn Acwdemy 1910 WC1d11CFI11StltlltC ll 13 BasketbC11lTe'1m 11 12 13 W111ner Gold Med Ll Oratoncal Contest 13 Clucwgo Lutheran Semlnary 13 16 Orches tra Chorus Cl'I1C'IgO 112111551011 Work 13 14 15 16 Orda.111ed 'tt Cl111sts Church De troxt M1Cl11 an June 1916 Pres1dentF'1yetle County TllbCfCUlOS1S ASSOC13t10H Author of Favette Count5 111 the World VVar PEARL SUTHERLAND, A A A 1' E T A B KemptonH1gh School Kempton Ill1no1s 1913 Shte Normal Normal Ill1no1s 19 20 Y W C A Secretwrx 19 20 Semor 'md Dramahc Club Pl'1y Glrls Chorus Band Tames M1l11k1n Unxverslty Y 11V C A Z0 21 22 V1CCPTCS1dCHt G'1mma Eps1lon Tau 21 D1 unat1c Club 21 22 II1V1t211l011 Comnuttce 21 22 Sen1o1 Flowt Comnuttee Homc Commg 21 Semor C1155 D'1y Co111m1ttee 21 22 LYLE DOXVNEY T K D A B Decatur I-hgh School Decatur Ill1no1s Forty Seven Twill' 'T .j.-1-gi-3421:-QQ 7,Tf':'E1QQ. ' I ' T ' 'L :W 3f'2"11 5' 3'T"",,f"7'T-' , ,,. . .v ,, E, . ,A V lt A ,gtk 1 , J-I .-U . " 1, 'if- 1 1 ' ' 1 . 15 X A . . ' ' li' "'1"'f'i1. A '1 Part ' ' ' r' , 1 ,, I -1 -4 . 7 . . . P , , I . . , , , -. - , - 1 1 , - 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 , , ' . ,- A 1 . ' ' 1 1 , , 1 1 1 , . . 1 , . , 1 - , ' , ' Y . ' ' . I Y . c , c V - , - ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 , 1 - ,- 1 1 1 1 4' - ' 1 C , . 1 U. . . . . 1 a 1 1 1 5 1 u , ' 11 1 1 1 - V 1 1 1 - 'C 1 1 Y 7 . ' Y ' . ' ' . ' 1 . , . . . . L e J, , 1 C , , . . . . . b , , , I . . . ' . . . . . ' ' , ' .. c ' 1 . .. ' I 1 . ' .' ' , 1 1 . V ' . 1 C 1 ' 1 C . . I , ' . ' l . , , A , 1 4 ' . ., . 4 1 -1 4 , , . . , , . CLASSES Forty-Eight P1 eszdcut P we P1 Gbldfllt Soar eta? N Treaszn ez CLASSES Jumor Class Offlcers Student Comm! Refi esclztafze c DORO 14 ortv Nxne Commlttees SOCIAL COM MIT1 LE Helen Huxes Clzauumn Helen P'lI'kll1SO11 LC1thZl Schroll Favette Norwme Robert W ut GI1,B1:11 PAXQONT H1:L1'N HAYLS L1:v11:P Scmzoll THX DAVIS Romzxu VV XLT ' , . ...... . ............................... ' ' 1 ' Y., 1 , ' A Q' .... ........................ A ............... I ANR FELTX ' f " ' ...... .... ............................. ' C Y' x ' 4Q . ', , ' , , ' - 'ff' . ....... Y ' :J 1 ' U If -tj hy mf., W CLASSES Ash. Martha Bailey, Dorothy Bjurstrom, Mildred Bonifield, Alice Brown, Norma Caldwell, Robert Champion, Mary Coiey, Helen Colbrook, Velma Davis, Dorothy Deakins, Clarence Deetz, Thelma Delassus, Wilma Diesel, Christella Eaton, Helen Junior Class Felix, Jane Fulton, Blanche Guest, Bunn Hayes, Helen Hodde, Harry Hunt, Harlan Hurtt, Erwin Lamb, Riley Lindsay, Edward Logan, Clark McCreery, Carrie McRill, Maurice Mayall, Marie Merritt, Margaret Fifty CLASSES Fifty-One Mitchell, Waiter Mouser, Paul Mount, Richard , Murphy, Hazel Norwine, Fayette Parkinson, Helen Payson, Gilbert Pfetier, Herman Randal, Freda Regan, Helen Remington, Eugene Sanders, Gladys Scott, Modesta Scott, VValter unior Class Schroll, Leitha Schroll, Lester Shimer, George Shuman, Ruth Sollars, Eugene Stone, Mildred Stone, Ruth Taylor, John Torman, Berniece Wait, Robert VV2lI'l'C1'1, Irene VVhalen, Verneal Willces, I. T. CLASSES Fifty-T Pn?.s'1Y11'e11,t .... Vice-Prcsidcfzt Secretary . . . Trca.s1z1'er . . . Slndwzf Comic' Fifty-Tllree CLASSES Sophomore Class Officers il Rcprcsen taiiws .... PAUL JOHNSTONE, Committees SOCIAL COM MITTEE Temple Alexander, Clzairman Marjory Lowry Kelso Shultz Aileen Omer Kzxtlxryn Case Donald Campbell Bnryl Engleman T. DALE XTODER .I-IELEN JACOBS .A11l.1312N OMER TOM HARTMAN THIZLMA SCOTT CLASSES Sophomore Class Adams, Sidney Alexander, Temple Anderson, Eunice Anderson, Oscar Ash, Mabel Bachman, Fred Bacon, Arthur Bailey, Claude Baker, Ida Baker, William Barnes, VVarren Barrows Resler Barth, Harold Beckwith, Rubie Berry, Claude Birks, Iesse Bonilield, Miriam Bopp, Clarence Bromley, Iva Brown, Helen Brown, Lefay Brown, Thelma Busby, Christine Campbell, Vaudeth Carter Ruth Case, Katherine Clark, Harry Clark, Helen Coffey, Faye Combs, Ralph Conel, Eila Conklin, Delmar Connard, Theodora Cooper, John Crowder, Helen Curl, Floyd Danforth, Herschel Davidson, june Davis, Idelia Deetz, Bernice Fifty-Four CLASSES Fifty-Five Sophomore Class Deetz, Charles Dewein, Margaret Ditto, Rebecca Dixon, Colon Drennen, Katie Duncan, Helen Edwards, Thomas Elliot, Thelma Engleman, Buryl Fathauer, Ora Foltz, Herman Gilbert, Belma Glandon, Martha Goerges, Edwin Grimsley, Ella Hale, Herman Hale, Vernon Hampton, Marjory Harris, William Handlin, Mary . Harrold Gladys Hartman, Thomas Hartman, Ernest Harwood, Winheld Henry, Lucile Hiser, Hugh Holbrook, Roger Holeman, Earl Hollinsheacl, Bayard Hoskins, Frank Holt. Harold Hurd, Ruth Hynes. Stanley Irwin, Eunice Jacobs, Helen Jamison, Edward Jamison, Louise johnson, Wilnua Johnstone, Paul CLASSES ' Sophomore Class Keller, Maude Kelso, Frank Kercher, George Kilbride, Henrietta Kincade, Margaret Knapp, Clair Kubitz, Oskar Landon, Elizabeth Larson, Gladys Larson, Nigel Laswell, Lucien Leonard, Albion Leslie, Opal Lobenstein, Helen Lowry, Marjory Lynch. Shirley McGavic, Geraldine McDonald, Helen Meiners, Ray Mitchell, Georgia Moffett, Lloyd Myers, Mae Nelson, Alfred Newell, Francis Norris, Gerald Norton, Harold Nottingham, Mabel Nowlin. Irwin Omer, Aileen Paisley, Lillian Parker, Edith Ponder, Evelyn Priestly, Kathryn Pritchett, Erma Reinhardt, Virginia Richardson, Helen Rigas, Ruth Robinson, Helen Rokinson, Roy Rodgers john Fifty-Six CLASSES Fifty-Seven Sophomore Class Rogers, Verice Rosebraugh, Earl Sawyer, Russell Schultz. Kelso Scott, Frank Scott, Marjorie Scott, Thelma Seyfer, Fred Shafer, Virginia Shephard, lrene Shephard, Richard Simer, Stafford Squires, Ione Stanton, Joe States, Helen Stokes, Mildred Stouffer, Mary Sturgeon, Josephine Telling, Gerald Thompson, Vida Tilton, Edith Wallace, Eugene Wallace, Rosemary Wllitsett Ruth Weilepp, Paul Williams, Barthel Wilson, Brooks Wise, Eunice Withrow, Ruth Yoder, Dale CLASSES Fifty-Eight CLASSES Q Freshman Class Officers President ...... .... Viva-Prvsidezzt .. . . .PIKE SULLIVAN .. . . . .ESTHER HART Secretary ...............,. . . . ......... I .... AI.sAc13 SULLIVAN 7 l'L'C'l.S'Il7'C7' .................... ....... Stzldclzt Council Rcp1'esmzlaz"iI'es ...... RIARY Fifty-Nine Committees SOCIAL COMMITTEE Esther Hart, Clzairumn Dorles Stutzmzm Joe Cash Clarence Smith Frances Armstrong Kenneth Beall Bernice Douglass Mildred Borulf . . . . . . .NEIL ARIIINGTON FORAN, CLAREXCE SMITH CLASSES Freshman Class Abell, Wilbtlr Aber, Lola May Allen, Thomas C. Armentrout, Maurice Armstrong, Frances Armstrong, Robert Arnold, Lorn Arrington, Neil Athey, June Leona Atkinson, Maurice Atteuery, Homer Bailey, Myrtle Baker, Glenn Baldridge, George E. Barnum, Howard Barton, Marie Bates, Mildred Beall, Doris Beall, Erma Beall, Kenneth Beazley, Elizabeth Bergen, James Bernard, Rex Blaha, Robert Borulf, Mildred Bowman, Wayne Boyer, Ruby Br:-mnen, Wayne Braucht, Mildred Brown, Horner Cash, Ioe Cate, Walter Chamberlain, Marguerite Clark, Dorothea Coe, Robert Colin, Vlfinifred Collillower, Amos Sixty CLASSES Sixty-One Freshman Class Collins, Beulah Colwell, Frank Conklin, Neil Constant. Kenneth Corley, Warren Cowgill, Harold Davis, Sheldon Davis, Clierle DeBeer, Iohn Deck, VVi1her Donovan, John Douglass, Bernice Doutliitt, Davis Duckett, Beryl Edmonson, Kenneth Ely. Loren Estes, Harel Ewing, Palmer Flanigan, Ralph Folrath, Laird Foran, Mary Forsyth, Milton Gaines, Froebel Gardner, Margaret Gibson, 'Russell Gintlier, Paul Givens, Louise Gleason. Marjory Haake, Maude Hale, Harriet Hale, William Hamman, Ruth Harper, Percy Harrison, john CLASSES Freshman Class Hart, Esther W Hart Herschel Q Hatfield, Rolland Hawkins, Clorence Hedges, Florence Henry, Elizabeth Hester, Dwight Holbrook, Martha Hornback, Margaret Hughey, Karlene Johns, Sheriden Jones, Argyle Jones, Ralph Jury, Ethel Kessinger, Grace Kleiner, Linda Klitzing, Robert Kruwel, Max LaBarre, Alfred Lanigan, Margaret Lee, Preston Lowe, Doris Lundgren, Harold Magill, James McBride, Claribel McCarnbridge, Rosalie McDeed, Paige McGowan, Edwin McHard, Lucile McKelvey, Clilford Magnusson, Alberta Martin, Forest Maxwell, Charles Mesenkopp, L. H. Miller, Ruby Six ty-Two F CLASSES Sixty-Three Freshman Class Miller, Russell Miller, Twila Mills, Burlsane Moar, Rolland Monroe, Kathryn Monser, Mary Mowry, Lois Murray, William Myers, Kenneth Nelson, Eleanor Niemi, Osmar O'Brar1non, XlVilliS O'Bryant, Helen O'Connell, Stephen Odell, Virginia Palmer Eva Parker, Edith Pearce, Mason Porter, Geneva Potter, Virginia Potts, Lowell Propst, Carrol Rattan, Adele Ray, Louise Reed, Virginia Regan, Edith Rickey, Bertha Rogers, Ralph Ross, Leland Rummel, Dorothy Ryman, Christine Schultz, Aileen Seago, Erwin Seliginan, Leslie Sharpe, Harold Sheen, Edwin CLASSES Freshman, Class Shirvely, Sarah Shoppel, Robert Shorb, Dorothy Sigler, Frances Smallwood, Paul Smart, Wayne Smith, Samuel Smith, Clarence Smith, Stella Spitz, Robert Staley, Chester Strang, Leanora Stutzman, Dorles Sullivan, Alsace Sullivan, Pike Sweeney, Margaret Taggart, DeWitt Tait, Catherine Talbert, Wilmier Taylor, George Thomas, Lillian Thorpe, Clyde Toole, Florence Traver, Zella Traver, Zoe Tucker, Geneva Tyler, Rauen Valentine, Phillis Venters, Neil Verner, William Vonckx, Newell Waggenseller, Sam Sixty-Four CLASSES Sixty-Five Freshman Class Waldron, Kenneth Walley, Harlan VValters, Robert Wamsley, Kate Weber, Geraldine VVeber, Gustave VVeber, Marie Week, Meredith lfVelIs, Thomas Welty, john West, Charlotte Whittle, Harriet Whittle, Marilla Willey, Irene Willman, Warren Wilson, Cordelia Vlfood, Percy Wylie, Clifton CLASSES Sixty-S Sixty-Seven MUSIC music MUSIC Measure Me "Tell me what a man likes, and Till tell you what kind of man he is." ACT I-"Take Mc to That Land of Jussi' Several shadows grouped around the room. some slouched down in chairs, others sprawled aimlessly over two davenports. All rather dull and listless looking. First Voice ffrom depths of a wad of pillowsj-"Aw, come on, won't you play us something ?" Second Voice-"VVell, since its you. Wliat d' ya want ?" First Voice-"Ch, most any old thing." The second voice assumes a shape and its owner slowly takes herself over to a mahogany piano in one corner of the -room. She looks through the pieces of would-be music strung around over the piano, sighs deeply, wrinkles her forehead a minute, then touches her fingers softly to the keys. Beautiful strains of Beethovexfs llifooulight Sonata- till the dimly lighted room. There is a short subdued silence, then- Clzorus-"Aw, not that sob stuff, give us something with a little life in it.', Obediently, but with a resigned look on her face. and a yearning in her eyes, the player fumbles over the pieces, finally selecting a vivid, red-covered one en- titled, "PVasIi Da-y Blues". As she clashes into it. rasping sounds clatter their way out of the piano, tumbling and bumping wildly into one another in their haste. it tl' 'l' The indehnite shadows suddenly take shape, pair off and jump around the room, resembling at each jerk just so many puppets hopping at each pull of their strings. The noise suddenly ceases only to be called back again by clapping of hands and loud stamping of feet. Thus. the confusion starts once more, the shapes jerk on their way, and the scene repeats itself ad irzfinitum. Acr II Another dimly' lighted room, with an evening breeze drifting lazily in the colored windows. A low buzz of conversation from the rows of people eagerly awaiting the virtuoso. Suddenly, the artist appears, bows deeply and walks over to the piano. A breathless hush, then the rich tones of Bectlzoticnk Ill 001-1- light Sonata, sing out at the master's touch. The player continues. and as the plaintive notes steal out over the audience, there seems almost a sighing in the air. The movement changes, now becoming more and more rapid, and then the music dies slowly and fades away with the few final chords. The audience re- mains under the charm, and the artist changing with each mood, plays now a rip- pling Spring Song, now the exquisite Hark! Hark! The Larkf, next a gay Clzopin FVCIILEI, the tuneful C11 PI'C?l'l'tdC?, a colorful modern Fantasy and ends with a heavy H1fl11g,G1'iG71 Rhapsody. The air is vibrant with electricity, the audience swayed with various emotions, and as the master ends with a hnal crashing chord, there is thunderous applause and he is called back again and again. Thus he. too, plays on, carrying his hearers with him, filling mens hearts with peace and hainess. . pp Fellow students-which do you choose? TXTAURITA SHAFER. Sixty-Eight Sixty-IX ine MUSIC The Conservatory Tnssuz XX rI1.1.R X A I Secrrfazy of the Comm atom' of Zllzzszc IQ o MUSIC The Conservatory MAX VAN LEWEN SNVARTHOUT, Dfircctor of the C01zsc1'z.'atory of Music Max van Lewen Swarthout Director Professor of Violin-Playing, Piano-Playing, and Theoretic Branches, studied at Gottschalk Conservatory of Music, and Balatka Conserva- tory of Music in Chicago, previous to three years study at the Royal Conservatory of Music at Leipzig, Germany. I-Ie was director of music Oxford College of Biusic. Oxford, Ohio, and of the College of Music Illinois W'oman's at jacksonville, Illinois. I-Ie has been director of Millikin Conservatory since 1914. DONALD M. SWARTI-1oUT, Associate Director of the Conservatory of Music Professor of Piano-playing, Pipe-Organ play- ing, and Theoretic Branches. Studied at Gott- schalk Conservatory of Music, and Balatka Conservatory of Music in Chicagog and had four years additional study at the Royal ,Con- servatory of Music at Leipzig, Gernianyl Sand one year private study with Isidor Philipp in Paris, France. He was associate director of Oxford College of Music, Oxford, Ohio, andii also at Illinois VVo1nan's College, Jacksonville. Illinois, prior to his assuming his position at Millikin in 1914. Donald RL Swarthout Associate Director Seventy MUSIC 10"ll,l,IAlXT B. lDLDS, Professor of Singing A. B. Beloit College. 1898. Oberlin Conservatory, 1E95-98-993 American Conservatory, 1899-19005 Private Study, Oscar Seagle, London, England, Summer 1914 and Schroon Lake, N. Y., Summers 1916, 1919, Teacher American Conservatory, 1900: Grinncll School of Music, 1900-045 Illinois Conservatory of Music, 1904-063 Private Teacher, vlackson- ville Illinois, 1906-083 Professor of Singing, Millikin Conservatory ot Music, 1908-. F. LLOYD 1-IYDINGER, Assofiate Professor of Piano Playing, Professor of History, Pedagogy, and tlzc Dalcrozc System of .Elll'j'Z'll'l1'l1t'S. - Private Study with Rudolph Ganz, 1910-12: Howard W'ells, 1916-175 Eurythmics with ,lasques Dalcroze at Dalcroze Musical Institute in Helleran near Dresden, Germany, 1912-133 Head of Piano Denartment, Albion, Michigan, 1913-163 Teacher in Columbia School of Music, Chicago, 1916-18, Professor of Piano Playing and Head oi Teachers Department, Millikin Conservatory, 1918-. ESTHER REQUART1-1, E. A I, Director of Clzild Czzltzzrc Df'f7CII'l71'Ll'lll Art Study, Greenville, Ohio, 1907-113 Millilcin Conservatory of Music, 1913-14: Child Culture Teacher's Training Course Graduate, 1914, Advanced Study, '14, '16, 'l7g Di- rector of Child Culture Department, Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1911-. STEi,1-A MAE C1-IITTUM, I7'ZSfl'lflClf0l' in Piano Playing Teacher in Piano Playing, 1915, Certificate as Teacher in Piano Playing, 19195 Certifi- cate in Harmony, 19193 Assistant in Piano Technic Classes for Children, 1919-1920: Diploma as Soloist in Piano Playing, 1921g Instructor, Millikin Conservatory ot Music, 1920-. 11-'TINOR lVALDEN GALLUP, Assorialte Professor of Piano Playing and Harmony Virgil Piano School, New York, 19025 Private Study, Albany, N. Y.. 1905-06 with Dr. Percy J. Starnesg Berlin, 1906-09, with Alberto Jonas and Vernon Spenccrg Professor of Piano Playing, Millikin Conservatory 1918-. Seventy-One MUSIC MRs. Rosa BORCH, 2 A I, Associate Professor of Singing Rolf Conservatory, Frankfurt, Germany, 1898-19023 Private Voice Study with Julius Stockhausen, 1598-1902, and jenny Hahn, 1903, Frankfurt, Germanyg Chicago Musical College, 1916, Oscar Seagle, Schroon Lake, N. Y., l917g Herbert Witherspoon Chi- cago, 19183 Associate Professor of Singing, Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1913-. FREDARIEKA GREEN, 2 A I, Ifzstrzirtor' in Singing and Professor in Ear Tra-inivzg Post Graduate Diploma in Singing, 1920, Millikin Conservatory of Musicg Certificate in Piano Playing, 19123 Certificate in Public School Music, 1912, Diploma in Singing as Soloist and Teacher, l916g Graduate Study, 19173 Diploma in Piano Playing, 19175 Private Study with Oscar Seagle, Schroon Lake, New York, Summer 19175 Director Girls' Glee Club, 1917-203 Instructor Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1915-. MRs. FLORENCE ROYCE, Assistant Director of Ki7'1dCl'gG7'fC7l Deparfmeizf Diploma in Kindergarten Methods, Millikin Conservatory of Music: Private Study in Dramatic Art with Mrs. C. A. Gille, Decatur, Ill., special study of play ground work, Chautauqua, New Yorkg Lecturer on Education of Children Through Play, In Summer Chautauqua, Director of Kindergarten in Crescent College Conservatory, Eureka Springs Ark., Assistant Director of Kindergarten Department at Millikin Conservatory of Music. H. I-I. BARR, f7lSZ'l'1'lL't07"il2 Public School llletlzods Indiana State Normal College, 1918, Graduate in Music Supervisor's Course. Cornell University, l9ZOg Piano Study with Graduates of Royal Conservatory, Leipsic, Germanyg Head of the Music Department, State Normal College, Weatherforcl, Oklahoma, 1920, Music Supervisor of Decatur, 1920-g Director of Public School Music Department, Mil- likin Conservatory of Music, 1920-. Seventy-Two MUSIC SYLVIA Fislc, E A I, Iiistrzzftor in Piano Plaiying Millikin Conservatory of Music, Certificate in Piano Playing, 19095 Teachers' Certincate, 19115 Diploma in Piano Playing, 1914, Graduate Study, 1915-163 Private Study with Alexander Roab, Class Repertoire with Percy Grainger, Chicago Musical College, Sum- mer 1919, Instructor Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1911-. LOUISE VVATSON ITIELMICK, Izistrzictor in Singing Studied at Wesleyan College of Music, Member of Faculty at Wesleyan College of Music, Certiticate in Public School Methods, Cosmopolitan School of Music, Chicago, Studied at American Conservatory of Music, Chicago, Studied at Millikin Conservatory of Musicg Instructor at Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1918-. FLORENCE BROWN, 2 A I, I izstrzzctoi' 'i7-1, Violin Play-ing Illinois College of Music, Jacksonville, Illinois, 19l0g Private Study, Ludwig Becker, Chicago, Illinois, 1914-19155 Millikin Conservatory of Music Certificate in Violin Play- ing, l917g Teacher, 1912-165 Diploma in Violin Playing, 19185 Instructor Millikin Con- servatory of Music, 1918-. BERNICE BRENNEN, 2 A I, Iiirtrzzctov' in Piano Playing Certificate in Piano Playing, l920g Teachers' Certificate, 1921, Certificate in Harmony, 1921, Diploma in Piano Playing, 19215 Teachers' Diploma. 19215 Instructor in Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1920-. , Sevenfv-Tllrce MUSIC I, if A fa-JL iff 'Q 1" ,Q,s,,--'Q5,,,,g ,C as " , gal VVILNA MOFFETT, S, A I, Iizstrzzctor in Piano Playing Millikin Conservatory of Music, Certificate in Piano Playing, 19135 Certificate in I-Iar- mony, 19145 Teachers' Certificate in Piano Playing, 19175 Diploma in Piano Playing as Soloist and Teacher, 19185 Graduate Diploma in Piano Playing, 19195 Diploma in Pipe Organ Playing, 19195 Graduate Diploma in Pipe Organ Playing, 19195 Private Study with Percy Grainger, Chicago Musical College, Summer 19195 Grganist St. -10111115 Episcopal Church, 1920-5 Instructor Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1918-. RUTH LUCILE MUIR, E. A I, Insltructoz' in Piana Playing Millikin Conservatory of Music, Certificate in Piano Playing, 1915, Piano Teachers' Certificate, 19155 Certificate in Harmony, 19165 Diploma in Piano Playing, 1918: Grad- uate Diploma in Piano Playing, 19195 Private Study' with Percy Grainger, Chicago Musical College, Summer 19195 Certihcate in Singing, 19215 Instructor Millikin Con- servatory of Music, 1916-. IVA XNASSON, Instructor in Piano Playing and Upton ilifethoa' of Keyboard and H armon y A. B. James Millikin University. 19125 Certificate in Piano Playing, 1909: Certificate as Teacher, 19115 Diploma Chilcl Culture Teacher Training Course, 19145 Certificate in Harmony, 19165 Private Study E. M. Upton, Chicago, 19175 Graduate Study, 1917-18, 19205 Instructor Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1917-. IRUTI-I BROWN, 2 A I, Iivzstrzzctotr in. Piano Playing Quincy College of Music, Quincy, Illinois, 1910-135 Illinois VVoman's College, Jackson- ville, Illinois, 1913-145 Scholarship Pupil in Piano in Millikin Conservatory of Music, 1916-175 Diploma in Piano Playing, 19195 Instructor in Child Culture Department, Mil- likin Conservatory of Music, 1917-205 Certificate in Singing, 19125 Organist at VVest- minster Presbyterian Church, 1916-5 Instructor Millikin Conservatory of Music 1918-. Seventy-Four MUSIC -' - -me Y 2 V r " Y Y mu m in Y um Y :Y Y Y' .l I Seniors EST1-IER LONG, 2 A I, Gttawa, Illinois Certincate as Soloist in Piano, 19195 Certificate in I-Iarmony, 19203 Diploma as Soloist and Teacher, 1922. BLANCPIE RAMER, E A I, Paw Paw, Illinois Certificate in Public School Methods, 1919, Certificate as Soloist and Teacher in Voice, 19205 Certificate in Harmony, 19203 Certificate in Kindergarten Methods, 19225 Diploma in Voice as Soloist and Teacher, 1922. RUTH BROXVN, E A I, Quincy, Illinois Diploma as Teacher and Soloist in Piano, 1919, Certificate in Harmony, 19199 Certihcate in Singing, 1921g Diploma in Organ, 1922. RUTH MUIR, 2 A I, Decatur, Illinois Certificate in Harmony. 1917: Diploma as Soloist and Teacher in Piano Playing, 19183 Post Graduate Diploma in Piano, 19195 Certificate in Voice, 1921g Diploma in Voice as Soloist and Teacher, 1922. LALA STEPHENS, 21 A I, Stewarclson, Illinois Certificate in Harinonyg Certificate in Piano Playingg Public School Methods Certificate, 1922, Certificate in Voice as Soloist and Teacher, 19223 Diploma in Piano Playing as Soloist and Teacher, 1922. Seventy-Five MUSIC Artist' Series Eighth Season Millikin Auditorium ILLINOIS FEDERATION OF MUSIC CLUBS L Fifth Annua1 Meeting DECATUR, ILLINOIS TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1922 MRS. VVILHELEVI MIDDELSCI-IULTE, Orgawmfisf . MISS ANNA BURBIEISTER, Soprano MISS RUTH BRADLEY., Acco111Ipcm'ist THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 27, 1922 CAROL ROBINSON, Pimzislc RUTH BIIIQYTSPAAIC, Violinist MISS IQUTH BRADLEY, Acco-mpmzist FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 28, 1922 BESSIII VVILLIAMS BOYTON, Recital Lecturer HELEN PROTHEROE AXTELL, Soprano FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1922 ARTHUR KR:NFT, Tcnior NOHOUM BENDITZKY, 'Cellist RUDOLPH IQLTETER, Pianist , RUTH BRAIILEY, Accompanist Artist Recitals AUGUSTA COTTLONV of the foremost Women Pianists of America. November 29, 1921. One CARLO SARATIN1 Famous Italizui-Viennese Violinist. November 29, 1921. IVERA POPPR Famous English 'Cellist Accompanied by Ione Burrows. January 10, 1922. NIARGERY IXIAXNVELL Prima Donna Soprano Chicago Opera Company March 16, 1922. ZOELLNER QUARTET String Quartet of International fame. March 28, 1922. Seventy-Six MUSIC Public School Methods Second Row-Fisher, Hanuant, Schumacher, Barr, Walcher, Biellien. First Row-Dorsey, Hance, Emel, Wacser, McIntyre, Stephens, Birkett Musical Kindergarten Methods Seventy-Seven Second Row-Rainer, Melchcr, Walcher, Sleeter, Carson, Lyons. First Row-Fisher, Lingle, Mulcady, Brennen, Damerow. MUSIC Spring Festival The annual Spring Festival was given May 25 and 26th, 1921. The New York Philharmonic Orchestra directed by Josef Stransky and Henry Hadley gave an enjoyable program on the 25th. On the 26th the Decatur Oratorio Choir of three hundred and fifty voices, directed by Donald M. Swarthout and accompanied by theqSt. Louis Symphony Orchestra, gave The Messiah by Handel. Thesoloists were Ethel Benedict, Sopranog .lane McConnell, Contraltog Arthur Kraft, Tenor, and Burton Thatcher, Baritone. This year the Decatur Chorus under tl1e director of Mr. Donald M. Swarthout and accompanied by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra gave Hadley's New Ea-rih, and Coolridge-Taylor's A Tale of Old Japan. These compositions are very modern musically in contrast to the difficult intricacies of The Jllessialz. Under the direction of H. H. Barr, the school children of Decatur took an active part in this yearis Spring Festival. The cantata Three Springs was given with prominent soloists. Scholarships Millilcin Conservatory each year offers scholarships in piano, voice, and violin, on a competitive basis. This year one in cello was added. During the last six years scholarships have been awarded to Ruth Brown, Quincy, Ill., in pianog Florence Brown, Quincy, Ill., violin, Gladys Orr, Twin Falls, Idaho, piano, Zorah Miller, Pana, Ill., piano, Bernice Taylor, Pana, Ill., voiceg Mary Bielhen, St. joseph, Mo., voice, and this year to Helen Grosberg, Springfield, Ill., in piano. Seventy-Eight MUSIC Festivities December 16-S. A. I. Tea and Musical. November Home Coming-The greatest ever! The Conservatory Hoat incor- porated the return home idea with a scene from Il' T1'0t.'at01'c2. The float was covered with branches and bright colored leaves. Gypsy maidens in gay costumes playing tambourines and violins crouched around a huge cald- ron. The caldron contained real honest-to-goodness fire. The sad part about it is-we can't show you a- picture for "Pinky" never dreamed weld get the cup. ' ' February 4-S. A. l. Formal. The ball room was decorated with a canopy ot red hearts and cupids suspended from the ceiling and with red tulle bows which carried out the Valentine idea. Leather cases with the sorority let- ters in gold were given as favors. p February 12-The Circus. Wie won't forget the l'Freaks" very soon, especially "Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy." If you ever want to see a "Par-a-dice on Earth" and a "Dog-faced Lady," see us. For a sure-enough honest-to- goodness ballet-This way please! Calendar November 29-Cottlow-Sabatini Recital. January 10-V era Poppe' Recital. January 24-Advanced Students Recital. February 9-Conservatory Orchestra Concert. February 28-Esther Long Senior Recital-Piano. Assisted by the Millikin Ladies' Quartet. March 9-Lala Stephens Senior Recital-Piano. Assisted by Miss Fredarieka Green. March 10-Kindergarten Recital. March 14-Blanche Ramer Senior Recital-Voice. Assisted by Miss Eloise Lloyd. ' l March 16-Margery Maxwell Recital. March 21-Ruth Muir, Senior Recital-Voice. Assisted by Miss Zorah Miller. March 28-Zoellner Quartet Recital. April 18-Ruth Brown Senior Recital-Organ. Assisted by Miss Bernice Taylor. April 26--Spring Festival. May 16-Ruth Brown Senior Recital-Voice. Assisted by Miss Florence Brown. .Tune-Kindergarten Commencement. June 2-Conservatory Commencement. Seventy-Nine MUSIC Treble Clef Club Fourth Row-Landon, Busby, Scott, Orr, Walcher, Schumacher, Stone, Melcher, Evans. Third Row-Fisher, Hance, Ramer, Reinhardt, Grimsley, Hayes, Coe, Hzmnant, Lingle, Culver. Second Row-Dunne, Bromley, Ash, Stephens, Birkett, Hill, Dittus, Sturgeon, Houghton. First Row-Glandon, Pritchett, Waddington, Green, Fisk, Olds, Beilhen, Carson, Dorsey, Emel. Eighty Eighty-One MUSIC Treble Clef Club VV. B. QLDS-D'il'6Cf0Y President ....... Vive President .... T1'easzw'e1'. . . . . . . Secretary. . . . . . . . Lzbirafricm .... . . . . Business llifanager. . . . . flccompamst ...... Mable Ash Helen Brown Thelma Brown Mary Bielhen Anna Mae Birkett Christine Busby Mildred Boruft Iva Bromley Ruth Coe Florence Culver Eleanor Dittus Helen Dorsey Katie Drennen Aimee Dunne Loraine Emel Beulah Evans Elzora Fisher Martha Glanclon Freclarieka Green Margaret Grimsley Veda Hannant Helen Hayes Zua Hazzard Grace l-lance Helen Hill Margaret Hornback Mariam Houghton Nellora Houghton 'Wilma Johnson Elizabeth Landon Mildred Lingle Doris Lyons Officers ...... . . . . . . .MARY BHELHEN . .... .FLORENCE CULVER Members ANNA MAE BIRKETT ... . . .MABLE ASH . . .BLANCHE RAMER .LIANA SCI-IUMACHER . . . . . . . .SYLVIA Fist: Carrie McCreery Marie Melcher Margaret Merritt Elizabeth Moffett Vivienne Mosbarger Iewelle Orr Gladys Phillis Ema Pritchett Carol Propst Blanche Ramer Virginia Reinhardt Modesta Scott Liana Schumacher Virginia Shafer Lala Stephens Mildred Stone Josephine Sturgeon Bernice Taylor Helen Tripp Florence Tulle Phillis Valentine Viola Von Amen Helen Vtfadclington Lottie Vtfalcher Ruth VVitl1row Charlotte West Helen Crowder Mabel Nottingham Laura E. Durkee Doris Beal Pearl Carson Helen O'Bryant MUSIC Millikin Glee Club Top Row-Martin. Fourth Row-Campbell, Wood, Anderson, Hawver. Third Row-Seago, Edwards, Staley, Guest, Barnum. Second Row--Keene, Norwiue, Combs, Taylor, Hart, Moffett. First Row-Conklin, Abrams, Deakins, Olds, Hale, Johnstone, Atkinson. Eighty-Tvzo Eighty-Three MUSIC Millikin Glee Club P7'USfd6llf ........ Vim P1'c'sidf'1Li. . . Business llffdilflgfl' S0cVcta1'y ........ T7'C'CIS'1l.'l'f?l' .... L'fbl'Cl7'lfI1L .. Pianist .... Director . .. TENORS Kenneth Pound Herschel Hart Forrest Martin Harold Hawvcr Floyd Curl A. T. Keene Chester Staley Harold Sampson BARITONES Hubert Manning Clarl-: Lofzan Vernon Hale Paul Johnstone Howard Barnum Harlan Wzllley Percy VVood Thomas Edwards Officers .. CLARENCE DEAKINS .......CECH, Auimlus . . .VERNON I'lAl,E .., . . .JOHN Bums . . .PAUL joHNsToNE . . . .HzXRl,AN VVAr.r,,13Y . . . . .JOHN TAYLOR .......VV. B. OLDS SECOND T1sNoRs Cecil Abrams Lloyd Moffett G. Bunn Guest Oscar Anderson Neil Conklin Erwin Seago Albion Leonard Bnssias ' John Birks Donald Campbell Ralph Combs Carelton Cummins Fayette Norwine MZILITICC Atkinson Clarence Deakms MUSIC Eighty'Four ORGANIZATIONS Glluhs Gbrgantzmitnnz arch 6 6 ORGANIZATIONS Clubs ancl Organizations Once upon a time, we care not when, there was a young lad, it is small mat- ter who Qfor it might have been you or lj there was a young lad, though, who dreamed of college, who craved the romance of that indehnable something called "college life." It so chanced that our erstwhile high school stripling matriculated at Millikin. As the weeks progressed new and unthought of revelations unfolded themselves. The youth made astounding discoveries. Wfithin the ivy mantled walls were laboratories. ln this room were tried experiments in the held of chemical science, in that one were put to test the apparatus dealing with electricity and wireless. But besides these more material laboratories, the Freshman soon determined that an altogether different, more intangible kind existed, a laboratory not listed in the conventional catalogue, nor one which had been fashioned by carpenter's hands, but one which the Student had built for himself. XVe might term it the laboratory of self expression, of initiative, of sociability. lt was a laboratory which tended to beget capacity for organization and leadership. Here, the Fresh- man learned. he could choose for himself according to his own gifts, tastes. or inclinations. lf his marvelous rotund voice were appreciated by his auditors at the Htry-out," he could affix his name to the list of Glee Club members. If he exhibited a propensity for Huent writing, he might, by good fortune. be enlisted as a reporter on the Decaturian Staff. If his Thespian talents were elicited, there was a possibility of his "treading the boardsi' as a supernumerary. And so it was that life for this one-time hobbledehoy, but now matured youth, became one huge conflict, what with the competition engendered by the "try-outs" for the hosts of clubs and activities. He was all agog with the unut- terable thrill of testing his strength with that of his confreres, of vying for honors in this held and that. The Freshman was swept apace into the excitement of it all. And with all there was the romance! The fascination of friendship formed, not only within the Greek letter fraternities, but as an outcome of the confluence made possible by the many clubs! These old associations, the youth would learn later, would be more enduring than the knowledge culled from pond- erous texts. For his capacity for learning would be amplihed in proportion as it was commensurate with his contact with life. In the fall of his second year the student experienced the unspeakable joy of coming back to old associates. By this time he had discernedthe true meaning of "college life," as exemplified by the clubs and organizations. He knew that self expression and initiative were part and parcel of a smoothly rounded college education. But he was possessed also of the sagacity of choosing not too widely, but Well. He was judicious in determining 'fwhat he would go out for." For he had been told of the hascoes of those students who had encumbered themselves by "going outi' for everything. This aspiring youth, with all his dreams for the future, picked with discretion, thus adjusting his course harmoniously. One thing surely the youth would have told you, were he to have given full expression to his thoughts, and that is: that one should take account of his responsibilities to his college. That instead of deriving pleasure from the mere material comforts of living for one's club alone, or for one's self, one should seek to do something for the institution, to reciprocate, to endeavor to give some remuneration in return for the wealth untold with which the college enriches him. In that way would one quaff more deeply of the so called "cup of life." PTELEN GORHAM. Eighty-Six ORGANIZATIONS Kappa Society This year marks a slight change in the Kappa policy of election of new menibers. The policy heretofore practiced. of awarding silver keys to those whose average equalled the inininiuni of 92 prescribed for high honors for the lirst three years, will be discontinued. This is in line with the new Faculty rul- ing, which provides that the Faculty shall award high honors at coninienceinent instead of leaving the selection to the arbitrary niinimuni. Members of the grad- uating class, therefore, who attain High Honor become candidates for Kappa. Another depature by Kappa is the inauguration of Scholarship Day which was observed in May. On this occasion, President McConnaughey, Knox Col- lege, was invited by Kappa to deliver the scholarship address. Special mention was made of those who had won preliminary honors. The University of Illinois Scholarship for the 1921-1922 is held by Elizabeth Knight, Kappa, 1919. This scholarship for the year 1922-1923 has been awarded to Geneva Gregory, Kappa, 1920. The present officers of tl1e society are: President ............ .............. .......... 1 N fM. C. CASEY, '16, Decatur ,Vim P-reside-nt .. ...JXNNE S. l1'lIL1.'lGAN, '14, Cleveland, Ohio. Secretary .... ...JOHN 1-IALVOR LEEK, '20, Philadelphia Treasurer .. ...IRENE HANDLIN DVERR, '07, Decatur Members jesse L. Ferguson, '07 Irene Handlin Duerr, '07 Jesse Lichtenberger, '07 Ida Diller Record, '07 Bonnie Blackburn, '08 Lucile M. Bragg, '09 H. Gary Hudson, '09 Alice Dempsey Hamilton, '09 Benjamin G. Lehenbauer, '09 Ruth Stevens Rothacher, '09 Flora Ross, '10 Viola M. Bell, '11 Mary F. Carroll, '11 Alice P. Henderson, '11 Ellis H. Hudson, '11 Edgar H. Allen, '12 Lois A. Brown. '12 Jesse L. Connel, '12 Lottie B. Cook, '12 Corinne Painter Holcomb, '12 Roger Young, '12 Fern Parr Willcin, '12 Anna New. '12 Laura Kreige Lewis, '13 Jessie Ayres, '13 Esther Lou Bergen, '13 Edie Morgan, '13 Mary Prestley, '13 Maude Yarnell Burchell, '13 Faye Fisher, '14 "Deceased , Eight y-Seven William F. Henderson, '14 'Loren H. King, '14 Anne Milligan, '14 Sophia M. Drobish, '14 rlvra Shaw Gray, '15 Martha McIntosh, '15 Ruth Lewman, '15 Mary Esther Kassebaurn Smashy, Leah Fullenwider, '16 Louise Bradford Dillavou, '16 VVilliarr1 Cornell Casey, '16 Ada Ross, '16 Margaret Honeywell Miller, '17 Charles Lee, '17 Elinor lvlills, '17 Margaret Cloyd, '18 Henriette Graybill, '18 Mary Barrows Lee, '19 Elizabeth Knight, '19 Gertrude Guller Mace, '19 Lorena Gordon, '19 Catherine Milligan, '20 Erna Lohrman, '20 Geneva Gregory, '20 John Halvor Leek. '20 Helen Machan, '21 Mildred Wiley, '21 Hubert Robertson, '21 Edna Rybolt Boop, '21 Adele Shelah, '21 '1 ORGANIZATIONS The Student Council "7'7P17'57"3f.Y' g:'3 -- - Q-ff H' .: , -.- f -MY-1 -- 1- , - ,YW , --..-- - . . . .4 xi -'5' . ".-', ' .1 Y . I ,-1,1 -v .Af 'f-.'f.-- ,J-. if- ,:.,,,-,,,yfeT':fn-511, - ,-:ff-Q-Q-i 4 I.zriimiiE95-TfM1mq',gg5g ,, , . A5 A :mr V.Q2m::ix.".f-4Li2124fif.'swf:-:fQif.."'.T'ariif!1i,, mem " A.. 'S . .. s'1'ZEUQ 55 N 151 +. 15, 511' '-1i-- vig J 1' nl L s gig ' '53 i FRI 22:15-. TQ fi 4, .41 Lui 1 :af M gi, -A Third Row-Birks, Iohnstone. Abrams. Second Row-Houghton, Payson, Proctor, Smith, Barnett. First Row-Wait, Forzm, Sullivan, Scott, Yoder, Davis. Eighty-Eight ORGANIZATIONS The Student COUHC1l Officers P1 cszdent GEORGE PROCTOP IZTCE P1 eszdcut CAMILI1: BARBFIIT Sccufazv M mmm PIOUGIITON T1 mzsznm GH BERT Pu sox Standlng Committees PUBLIC OLLASIONS FINANCE Cannlle Blrnctt Clzazrman Gllbert Pavson Chau man Robert Walt Ceul Abrams Loxs En,g,lcm1n Dale Yoder P1ke qLIlllX'l.11 IMKA Munn Paul Tohnstone Chau man SOCML Marv Forlrm G1lbLrt PM son Clarence Smltll Thelml Scott Robert NV11t John B11kS Mauam Houghton Representatlves Cecxl Ahrxms Sc-:mor Class Pre 1dent George Ploctor Semor Class Representatne Camlllc Blrnett Senior Class Represenvltlxe Gllbert P215 son Ilmlor Class P16S1ClCI1t Robert VV11t Tumor Cl rss Representatlxe Dorothy D'1v1s Tumor Class Representztue T Dale Xoder Sophomore Class Presldent Paul Johnstone Sophomore Class Representatwc Thelma Scott Sophomore Class RCpfBSCl1tHt1VC Plke Sulhvm Freshman Class Presldent Clarence Smzth Freshman Class Represenhtnvc Mary Form I'reshm'm Class Representatxvc John Blrks Y M C A Pres1dent Manam Houghton Y VV C A Pres1dent Lols Engleman DCCHfl1f1?1I1 Edltor Exghty Nme , V, . ' 1 1 u - n 4 n n 1 . Q n s s I Q n I u Q I - n s 4 1 X 'I 'IlV.'..nrugs:-nsnpqnpnqqanonq -J 4 A y LT , ' 1 - , 7 , ' . ., , " l ' K - C 1' f K ' , L- . IK. Y " 'N . . C - 1 , tu, . Dorothv Dams Doroth ' Dav1s Cllfllfillllll . l , l C V ll A Civ A 2 I 2 ' . . Q r 1 " 1' ' 2 , ' . S' . - f , . 1 , 1 f . 2 ' ,., 1 2 f f .. ' c ' , ' c . 1 " . . 1 ' , . . . - J, ' u I in 1 , V ' ' '. 2 .' ' . , . c ' Ac '. 2 , 4 , . ' . -. . LY , . D . . '. ... . ORGANIZATIONS The Decaturian Staff Third Row-Wait, Taylor, Lindsay, Johnstone, Birks. Second Row-Sullivan, Scott, Biggs, Miller, Barnett, Davis. First Row-Sampson, Mayall, Engleman, Diehl, Gorham, Sanders. Ninety Nmetw One ORGANIZATIONS The Decaturlan Staff Ldmn Lora ENCLIIMNN Bustmst Mmzagei QRVAL Drrm Asmtant Bzzszzzess lllU7llIQCl RoL1:Rr SMXNDFRS Georqe Proctor H len Gorham Twlla Mlllcr Robert Wut Thelma Scott Ed1tl1 Parker Edu ard E Lmdsav Eclxtoral Staff Paul Johnstone Reportorlal Staff Feature Wrlters George Dlmscomb Burwl Englemau Camllle Barnett Idella Dav1s John Taylor Mme M13 all Alqace Sul wan Esther M B1 gs . J' f ' 4 14 A " " 'V ' .. .. L". f ,'-, ' ,' If J. ' A Y 1 ' ' Y S ,L C I- :V . 1' . A f I . fl" ORGANIZATIONS Millidek Board , Top Row-Schroll. Third Row--Norwine, Deakins. Second Row-Biggs, Thompson, Payson, Bielhen, Regan. First Row-Hurtt, Hayes, Parkinson, Lindsay, Brown, Guest. Ninety-Two ORGANIZATIONS Milliclek Board Editor ............ .... I QELEN' PARKINsoN Business Manager ........ .... I . ERWIN HURTT Associate Editor ............ ..... H ELEN llfxxns Assistant Business Manager. . . ..... BUNN GUEST CLASS EDITOR Robert Wait ATHLETICS EDITORS Lester Schroll Gladys Sanders ORGANIZATION AND SOCIETY EDITOR Dorothy Davis LITERARY EDITOR Helen Regan JOKE EDITORS Clarence Deakins Norma Brown ART EDITOR Ninety-Three Edward Lindsay KODAK EDITORS Vida Thompson Gilbert Payson MUSIC EDITOR Mary Bielhen CALENDAR EDITOR Esther Biggs Fayette Norwine ATHLETICS Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Third Row-Scott, Shuman, Scott. Second Row--Deetz, McCreery, Young, Machan, Regan. First Row-Davis, Birks, Houghton, Bamett, Shafer, Culver. Ninety-Four ORGANIZATIONS Y W C A Cablnet Officers Puszdcut AIARIAM llooourow Vzce Premdezzt CAVIIILI BARNETT Secvetazy F1 ORTNCI: CU1 VLR T1 casmfez NIAURITA SIIAI-LR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Helen Regan FRESHMAN COMMISSION Ruth Shuman FINANCE Clnrlotte Daw IQ RELIGIOUS MEETINGS Helen Gorlmm SOCIAL Thelmw Scott Chalrmen of Commlttees SOCIAL SFRVICE C'1r11e McCreerx WORLD FELLOWSH11 jenna BIrlxs Ummm R UJUML RI-I REQ! mr vrrvr Modesti Scott PUBI ICITX Bcrmce Deetz MUQIC ldelm D'l.V1S Advisors MISS Olxve Xouug Mrs Isabella Machan Nmety Fxvc Mre Clyde Hart . . a - . . --I, , 1' Q gf ' 1 f""........-..-..-I.. 1.42 ' ' 'I'..-...-.......-f...--.. 4 L ' J' ' 'I "....,.................. ' '4 L' W V' . Q - Y I, ' 7'l: 'S 1' :-:T: .' V' I c . . 4 c c 1 c ORGANIZATIONS q Y. M. C. A. Cabinet I V I . 1 W V , ' w K l Top Row-Hart, Knapp, Proctor, Armstrong. First Row--Guest, Mitchell, Yoder, Birks, Sullivan. 1 . L Ninety-Six Ninety-Seven ORGANIZATIONS Y. M. C. Cabinet President . . ..... JOHN BIRKS Sec1'eta1'y ...... . . .T. DALE YODER T7'EdS'1'l7'87' ........ ..... X 7V1LBER ABELL Faculty Advisor .................. DR. A. P. KELSO Chairmen of Committees Membership ....... . .............. GEORGE PROCTOR "YU Room and P1'oj1erties .... . . .PIERSCHEL PIART Social .................., .... G . BUNN GUEST Fi1zmfz.fc ............. . . ..... GERALD TELLING Clmrclz Relations .... VVALTER MITCI'IELL Music ,.......... ...... L OYD NIOFFETT ' GERALD TELLING CLAIR KNAW C irc-z1.s' . . OR GANIZATI ONS Millikin Band Third Row-Potts, Karcher, Lindsay, Payson, Vouckx. Second Row-Norwine, Colwell, Knapp. Conklin, Hartmann, Platt, YVells. First Row-Coe, La Tiarre, Norris, Georges, Shirl-:, Harkness, Shirk. i I Ninety-liight Ninety-Nine ORGANIZATIONS Millikin Band Officers Prcsidc11t ........ ........... D ELMAR CONKLIN Bzisincss Manager ............ . . .GILBERT PAYSON - Personnel lleimixiz CONKLIN, Director, SLl.l.'GflI10I1-E' Commits Ernest H2ll'lHl11Il11 Edwin Shirk P. G. Picknell L. Y. Harkness Paul C. Evans C1.AR1.NE'1's Gerald Norris ' Robert Coe Alfred LaB:1rre PiCcoLo Edwin Goerges SAXAPHONES Frank Colwell Clair iKnnpp Fayette Norwine Roy Robinson TROMBONES Preston Lee George Kercher John Vonckx Gilbert Payson Bzxsses Wfziyne Smart Stephen Platt ALTO Leonard Phillips Bznnroxus C. E. Olinger Richard Sliirk C. G, Rich DRUMS C. Lowell Potts Neil Conklin Thomas VVells The Millikin Band wishes to express its gratitude to the Student Council and the Student Body for their very loyal support. and to the as- sociate members for their ever ready aid during this school year. ORGANIZATIONS Masonic Club Third Row-Shimer, Bacon, Pierce, Patterson, Mount. Second Row-Davis, Danforth, Dectz, Kessinger, Mitchel, Shephard, Shaw. First Row-Simcr, Swanson, Thompson, Henderson, Ransom, Ward, Johnson, Bohl. One Hundred ORGANIZATIONS Masonic Club Organized March 17, 1921 Officers Preszdent ................... Vice P1'es'ide1LLt .......... Secretary and Treas1n'c'r . Scrgemz t-at-A rms .......... Luther B. Henderson H. A. Bohl I. H. Ransom Russell Ward I Robert Patterson Franklin Swanson Richard Mount Paul X1Veilepp Marshal Shaw XValter Scott George Shimer Stafford Simer Berry Cassell Gus Webber Lee Piggot One Hundred One Members FACULTY Sermons JUNIORS , SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN SPECIAL STUDENTS RUSSELL VXVARD RICIIARD Momxr NIARSHALL SHAW PAUL XVEILEPP B. W. Thompson Leo Johnson George Proctor Oren Kessrnger Clarence Pierce Charles Deetz 'Walter Mitchell Richard Shepherd Herschel Danforth Arthur Bacon I-I, Condon vf fi ,T wir , ,.. 2232 1 Hb J' -y rfil 4312 if Agri 154. i fi.: 'JSE V ft 53 511. :ji viii :if ORGANIZATIONS Dramatic Club Officers 'Second Row-Paisley, WVait, Felix. First Row-Deetz, Davis, Brown, Gorham. One Hundred TWO ORGANIZATIONS Dramatic Club Pfresidcnz? ....... .... L UCILE BROWN Viva Presidczzt .. .... PIELEN GORHAM Serrctary ....... . . .LILLIAN PAISLEY Treasurer' ........ .... R OBERT XVAIT SCVg8ll7lf-Clf-."ll"77lS . . . . . .THELMA DEETZ Under the new organization of last year and able direction of Professor Hart the Dramatic Art Club has made great progress. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month with 21 short business meeting followed by an interesting program. "A Pair of jewels," the homecoming play, set a worthy example for future generations. Three one-act plays staged March 17 were, "Land of Heart's Desire" ffW'illiam B. Yatesjg "The Pot Boilers" CAlice Car- stenheglg "Maker of Dreams" QOliphaut Downsl. One Hundred Three ORGANIZATIONS English Club Ofldcers Top Row-Harris. Second Row-Guest, Ping. First Row-Delahunty, Felix, Evans K One Hundred Four ORGANIZATIONS English Club The English Club had a reception at the beginning of the year at Kanper Hall, and a luncheon at the Yellow Lantern for Dr. I. T. Freclerick when he was here in January, Several more interesting events are being planned for this spring and the club is co-operating with the English department in the series of lectures. , This yea1"s officers are: President ........ ........ D ONALD PING Vice Preseiaicrzt .... JOSEPHINE l'lARRIS Secretary ......... ..... l SEULAH EVANS Treasurevf ............ . . .G. BUNN GUEST E.recntizfc Clzairamm ..... JANE FELIX One Hundred Five ORGANIZATIONS Aston Hall Student Council H ' ru, - -v,..v,,1.-xr., i:Ffgw ,1-"::-,Ev ,4,.:gj,'f' 1'-,:3u.g:si Q',,f5-Egigzf 'X'?E::Q'Ef w',1g..5f'-M."-.1 gL:,,.-- , Q Second Row-Stone, Scott, McHard, Stone, Birks. First Row-WVhaleu, Beckwith, Biggs, Brown, Neibergall, Nelson. One Hundred Six ORGANIZATIONS Aston Hall Student Council President , .... Vice President Serrelary .... Traasziwcv' . . . Smnons Jenna Birks Edna Neibergall JUNIORS Norma Brown Mildred Stone One Hundred Seven . . . .... ESTHER M. BIGGS . . . . . .VERNEAL VVHALEN .......RLT'fIi STONE .................Ni:ODESTA SCOTT Representatives SOVHOMORES Rubie Beckwith Virginia Shafer FRESH MAN Eleanor Nelson Lucilc MCI-Iard ORGANIZATIONS Brown Debate By a provision in the will of Dr. Everett I. Brown an annual "Brown De- batev has become an institution in Millikin. A first prize of 3525.00 and a second prize of 94310.00 is given to the two participants placing first and second, respec- tively. Waltei' G. Mitchell won the first prize in the 1921-22 debate, which took place Wednesday evening, December 14th. Shirley Lynch won the second prize. The work of LO1'CH Ely was so excellent that he, also, was awarded a prize of EB10.00. The question debated was: "Resolved, that the Anglo-Japanese alliance should be renewed." By a two to one decision of the judges the debate was won by the affirmative team composed of Mr. Mitchell and Miss Thelma Scott. ' One Hundred Eight ORGANIZATIONS 1 XQX. E11 K 'JZ Alifrzrierntttez ORGANIZATIONS Kappa Delta Chi Fourth Row-Hunt, Staley, Lindsay, Englcman, Patterson, Folrath. Third Row-Brown, Mayes, Gill, Lamb, Ping, Scyfer, Conklin, Second Row-Sollers, Lynch, Manning, Arrington, Pearce, Logan. First Row-Maxwell, Miller, Dectz, Forsyth, Williams, Weber, Sengo, Conklin. One Hundred Ten Eu one Mr and M15 Mr md MN Hubext ORGANIZATIONS Kappa Delta Chl Touucled Apul 23 1904 Colo1q Omnge and Blue Flon Cl Pmk C'l1I'13.t101'1 Dlcultv Rdvxsu D1 Sm1tl1 Alumm Patrons and Patrone ses Homcc W McD.u1d Mr md Mr: B A Mxlllon VV R McG1u hev Mr md AXIS Nelhs Pirkmson Mr 'md Mrs Me1r1llColb5 SCHIOYS Mwmunq Juniors Sollaxo Hmru M ner Rllex Lllllll Harhu Hunt Edu ard Lmds IV Charles Dcetz VV1ll1am bouth Slurlex Lynch Erxx 111 Sea o VV15nc Powxmau Mwson P61116 Ned AlI'1ll2tO11 LI1ltOI'l Forqytlm Rusvell Mlller Om llunclrerl llexcn Sophornores Freshmen Pledges Delmar Conklm Clurk Lo 111 Le Fix Broun Bur3l E.l'lQlCI'I1d.f1 B'11tl1el VV1lllll'1'l5 Clrlrles Maxvxell L'urd Folrwth Gusmve NVeber Nlezl Conklm Chester Stxlex F1'CClCllClx Sex fer . 4 -- ' 2 .n. .C '1 V '- b C A . 4 ' A-,. - ' C . . ' S . , , .-. .K - A r , ,' ,- . 2 1 at I 1 1 f . 2 ' -. . . 1 g , ' . 2 J '. S 'I ' V . C I ' I f ' Y Donald PIUQ' WZIYHC Glll L . . ' V r gy' 1 ' Q4 A - . fur ' f . . . y 4 , - V , I . E . 1' - g 1 f ' Z , f ,. 1 1 4 L af Z ' 1 0 1 ' 5 f Z uv ORGANIZATIONS Tau Kappa Epsilon Fourth Row-Schultz, Sch:-oil, Pierce, Payson, Waldron, Downey. Third Row-Caldwell, Telling, Simer, Iohnstonc, Goerges, Hartman, Leonard, Tiailey. Second Row-Edwards, Scott, Wilkes, Bacon, Birks, Wylie, Parker. First Row-Moar, Curl, Hurtt, Norwine, Sanders, Birks, Diehl, Sampson. One Hundred Twelve ORGANIZATIONS Tau Kappa Epsilon Founded at Illinois Wesleyan 1899 Beta Chapter Installed April 17, 1909 Colors-Cherry and Grey Flower-Red Carnation Faculty Adviser-Mr. Carl Head Patrons and Patronesses Prof. and Mrs. Max Van Lewen Swarthout Dr. and Mrs. Albert R. Taylor Brothers in the Faculty Vlfilliam C. Casey Harold Sampson John G. Birks Clarence Pierce I. Erwin Hurtt Lester Schroll Fayette Norwine Paul Johnstone Thomas Hartman Thomas Edwards Gerald Telling Kelso Schultz Clifton VVylie Arthur Bacon One Hunclrecl fliirteeu Carl Head ' Seniors Juniors Sophomore Freshmen Gilbert Parker Pledges Kenneth W'aldron Clyde NV. Hart Robert D. Sanders Orval Diehl Paul Bailey Robert Caldwell Gilbert Payson James T. Wilkes Jesse Birks Floyd Curl Albion Leonard Frank Scott Stanford Simer Rolland Moar Edwin Goerges ORGANIZATIONS Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fourth Row-Davis, Woocl, O'Bram1on, Knapp, Hiser, Allan. Hoskins. Third Row-Scott, Swanson, Ward, Berry, Deakins, Barnum, Yoder. Second Row-Martin, Cash, Pfeiffer, Barnhill, Campbell, lXll3ll,'LEl. Barre, Pfeffer. First Row-Baker, Iolmson, Wilson, Abrams, Royce, Coe, Cassell, Johns, Bzzcluuan. u One Hun drcd Fourteen ORGANIZATIONS Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded at the University of Alabama, March 9, 1856 Colors-Purple and Gold Flower-Violet Faculty Adviser-Dean Arthur VVald Patrons and Patronesses Mr and Mrs, E. VV. Powers Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Van Deventer Mr and Mrs. Adolph Mueller Mr. and Mrs. H. F.. Haines Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Osgood Cecil Abrams Robert Barracks Herman Pfeffer Fred Bachman Claude Berry Donald Campbell Berry Cassell Hugh Hiser Gerald Allen Wheaton Allen Howard Barnum Joe Cash Robert Coe Harold Hunter Sheridan Johns Glen Baker One Hundred Fifteen Brother in Faculty Leo Johnson Seniors Russell Ward Juniors Sophomores Freshmen George Barnhill Edward Pfeller Franklin Swanson Clarence Deakins Frank Hoskins Walter Scott Richard Shepherd Eugene Wallace Dale Yoder Athol Kennedy Clair Knapp Fred La Barre Forrest Martin Vlfillis O'Bannon Percy Wood Brooks l1Vilson Eberly Davis ORGANIZATIONS Delta Sigma Phi Fourth Row-Clark, Edmundson, Lee, Anderson, Venters, VValley, Mesenkop, Proctor, Hynes, Smallwood. Third Row-Hart, Sullivan, Smith, Barth, Taylor, Newell, Guest, Seligman. C. Smith, Moffett, Second Row-Meiners, Nelson, Gibson, Kessinger, Roselxaugli, Hale, Rogers, Danforth, Darling, Myer, Armstrong. First Row--Harwood, Baker, Kilgore, Alexander, Barnes, Thornton, G. Taylor, Bopp, NVait. One Hundred Sixteen ORGANIZATIONS Delta Sigma Phi Founded at College of the City of New York, 1899 Alpha Lambda Chapter Installed April 16, 1921 Colors-Nile Green and White Flower-XVhite Carnation Faculty Adviser-Mr. 'William Casey Brother on the Faculty Dr. Elton R. Darling Patrons and Patronesses Mr and Mrs. VV. M. -Vlfood Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Mex er Mr and Mrs. F. E. Harrold Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dewein Seniors George M. Proctor Cr. Bunn Guest Lloyd Moffet john Tinnon Taylor Robert A. VVait Vernon Hale Harry Clark Joe Stanton Clarence Bopp Raymond Meiners Herschel Hart Winfield Harwood Samuel Smith Cliiford l1cKelx-'ey George Taylor Paul Smallwood Neil Venters Kenneth Edmuudson Preston Lee Une Hundred Seventeen Juniors Sophomores Earl Rosebraugh Freshmen Pledges Oren Kessinger Francis Newell Harold Barth I. D. Kilgore Verice Rogers Leslie Thornton VVarren Barnes Temple Alexander Alfred Nelson Herschel Danforth Robert E. Armstrong Stanley Hynes Pike Sullivan Harlan VValley Louis Mesenkop Leslie Seligman Clarence B. Smith, Ir. Russell Gibson Wlilliam A. Baker ORGANIZATIONS Pan Hellenic Second Row-Scott, Scott, Engleman,-Felix, Shuman. First Row-Davis, Champion, Brown, Perry, Greider. One Hundred Eighteen ORGANIZATIONS Pan Hellenic P1'e.via1e11t ..... ...LUCILE BROWN Vzcc-Pmsideizt . . ...... IAIAZEL PERRY Secretary ...... .... D OROTHY DAVIS T7'6'l1'SlH'L'I' . . . . . . . . .LOIS ENGLEMAN Representatives ALPHA CHI OMEGA Lucile Greider Dorothy DZIVIS P1 BETA PHI Lois Engleman Thelma Scott 5 THETA GIVMLIA CNot prizfilcged to fvofcj One Hundred Nineteen Modesta Scott Jane Felix DELTA DELTA DELTA Lucile Brown Ruth Schuman ZETA TAU ALPHA Hazel Perry Mary Champion ORGANIZATIONS Delta Delta Delta Fourth Row-McCambridge, Carter, Wallace, Tilton, Sutherland. Third Row-Lingle, Case, Brown, Miller, Lee, Ray. Second Row-Jury, Ryman, Parker, Elliott, Reinhardt, Glandon. First Row-McBride, Paisley, Gorham, Brown, Shuman, Merritt, Pritchett. One Hundred Twenty ORC-ANIZATIGNS Delta Delta Delta Founded in liloston, Thanksgiving Eve, 1888 Delta Epsilon Established May 25, 1912 Colors-Silver. Gold, and Blue Flower-Pansy Faculty Adviser-Miss Eugenia Allin Patrons alld PHTCYOIICSSES 'ind Mrs. I. D. Moore r and Mrs. j. R. Holt r and Mrs. O. E. Evans r 1nd Mrs. C. C. Miller Lena Corzine Lucile Brown Helen Gorham Ruth Shuman Ruth Carter Thelma Elliott Thelma Brown Erna Pritchett Martha Glandon Rosalia McCambr Louise Ray Claribel McBride Ch ristine Ryman One Hundred Tu cnty-One Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Paisley Mr. and Mrs. I. S. McClelland Mrs. Harriet Amsden Dr. Grace Patton Conant Sisters in Faculty Davida McCaslin Seniors juniors Sophomores Edith Parker Freshmen Plecl ges Velma Colbrook Bonnie Blackburn Miriam Lee Pearle Sutherland Margaret Merritt Edith Tilton Lillian Paisley Virginia Reinhardt Rosemary Xllallaee Mildred Lingle Mildred Boruff Ruby Miller Esther Hart Ethel Jury ORGANIZATIONS izbxlpha Chi Omega Fourth Row-Chapin, States, Foran, Parkinson, Henry, Douglas, Barnett, Riggs. Third Row-Givens, Sweeney, Clark, VVhittle, Whittle, Rattan, Stutzman, Potter, Homback. Second Row-Richardson, Holbrook, Bates, Eaton, Scott, Porter. Regan, Robbins. First Row-Lowry, Brown, Deetz, Greider, Davis, Davis, Regan, Deetz, Mowry. One Hundred Twenty-Two ORGANIZATIONS Alpha Chi Omega Founded at DePauw University, 1885 Upsilon Chapter Installed May 9, 1913 Colors-Scarlet and Olive Green Flower-Scarlet Carnation ' Faculty Adviser-Miss Olive M. Young Patrons and Patronesses Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Oiman Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Irving Mr. and Mrs. F. VV. Cruikshank Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Evans Miss Ada Lindsay Camille Barnett Charlotte Davis Lucile Greider Dorothy Davis Helen Eaton Helen Regan Bernice Deetz Lucile Henry Marjorie Lowry Helen Richardson Martha Holbrook Mary Foran Adele Rattan Mary Lois Mowry Bernice Douglas Edith Regan Mildred Bates Louise Givens Dorothea Clark Ruth Riggs Marie Weber One Hundred Twenty-Three Sister in Faculty Emma Bates Robbins Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Pledges Mary Ada Chapin Mary Grady Thelma Deetz Helen Parkinson Helen Brown Henriette Kilbride Marjorie Scott Helen States Margaret Sweeney Virginia Potter Marilla Wliittle Harriet Wliittle Margaret Hornback Geneva Porter Dorles Stutzman Geraldine VVeber Irene Willey Frances Sigler ORGANIZATIONS Pi Beta Phi Fourth Row-fHamman, Fulton, Robinson, Omer, Thompson. Beall. Third Row-Shafer, Scott, Landon, Reaich, Nottingham, Shorb. Second Row-Sullivan, McDonald, Houghton, Klein, Engleman, Hayes. First Row-Dewein, Lanigan, Crowder. Tucker, Chamberlain, Armstrong. One Hundred Twenty-Four ORGANIZATIONS P1 Beta P111 111111013 1:t1 1B2t'1bl1s11ec1 11.1c11'C11 29 1917 Colo1Q 1f17111e '111c1 b11VE1 Blue Flon er 1171116 C1111 111011 liuulty Aclwsu 11152 l11'111el Dunlap Honorary Patronesses 1lrs A R 1 nlor Dr Gr'1ce P 1tto11 CO111I'1l, M Q 11 '1 11I11ls 1111 VV VV Sm1t11 Sisters ln Faculty C'1ro1111e Stool-.ex Lutz L01s EnQ1en1111 1f12111r1t'1 S11'1fer Helen McDo111ld Vlfla T11ompSon Helen Clowder A116611 Omer 1Iabe1 Nottmgham Aleace Sulhvan Dorotln Shorb 1'r'1r1ces Ar111stro11q 1f1r 11111 Reed 131-1112. Beal Om Hundreml Txsentx bne LL1111 Belle D'1v1s Senlors llHl0I'S Sophomores 111121116111 Landon Freshmen Pledges K.1L111'x I1 P1 169113 Patronesses 1 rs 1f re 11 rs 1 rs 1flrs M11 M155 VV S S11Cll'1lYlI'Q,'Cl Robert Mueller C A G11l 1' M A11de1so11 C11a11eQ P011 ers E11z111etl1 Wells 111111 C1411 1If1ry Belle PYICC Esther RC1lC11 1L1r1.1m 1Io11gl1to11 Helen Hax ee Blanche Fulton 111a1'ga1et Dewem T11eln1'1 Scott Ruth HTIUHIHII Genexa Tucker M'1rQ11e11te C11 1111berl 1111 Mar net L'1111Q'm T11 1121 B111lLI' , I I A Z L. c I A -1' , -I - 1 1 N' '- - C 1 -' -A C ' 2 1-' A , ,"1-' 111 . . . C 4, ' A , gf' 'Q ' 11 .. .. '1'.. .. '. 1 .7 11 . . . 1' ,, , , ' 111 . 1. . ' 1 . ' - f -. Z. .7 Mrs, Ma1'1z1 B11ck111gl'1a111 " 1 2 ' 'C C ' ' 1 ' 11' 4 ' at L . . -V I ' 'C- 1 C c l"' ' ' ' f . - . 1 - ' . I. 11 I I .c 4 ' I . . 5 . I j . ff Q " . 2 2' + f . 5 L ga ' 1 K. g . 1 7' 11 .1 ORGANIZATIONS Zeta Tau Alpha Fourth Row-Propst, Anderson, Withrow, Smith, Schroll. Third Row-Harrold, Stouifer, Coffey, Coffey, Culver, Grimsley. Second Row-Kleiner, Hampton, Odell, Vent, Williams, Stokes, Schultz. First Row-Wait, Connard, Hale, Perry, Champion, Bromley. , , 1 ' ' ,."Z, - 1 l o U 4 . ' 4 hugh -yew. hs . . ' 4 ' . alfa? ' l - .N 'Y Stax, .. ,. 1-5 , ui 4-1:1 V r --"1 digg-" ,u. W I-, ff a oi.. o wr : 11. ... - is .1 W I-ii.. U, ,,,, ,,,-,?9fz-j.-',.4 P, One Hundred Twenty-Six ORGANIZATIONS Zeta Tau Alpha Tau Chapter Established 1912 Colors-Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray Flower-VVhite Violet Faculty Adviser-Prof. VV. Risley Sister in Faculty Miriam Curdling Patrons and Patronesses Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Moore Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Irving Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cruikshank Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ahrens Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Pogue Mrs. E. A. Cwastman Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harrold Mr. and Mrs. John Mattes Mr. and Mrs. George Moeller, Sr. Seniors ' Helen, Williams Florence Culver Hazel Perry Louise Vent Juniors Mary Champion Leitlia Sehroll Helen Coffey Sophornores Mildred Stokes Faye Coffey Eunice Anderson Iva Bromely Ella Grimsley Gladys Harrold Mary Stouffer Theadora Connard Mzirjory Hampton Ruth Witlirow Freshmen Linda Kleiner Aileen Schultz Harriet Hale Stella Smith Virginia Odell Pledges Carol Propst May llllyers One Hundred Twen ty-Seven Irma VVait Lucile McHard DRGANIZATIONS Theta Gamma Third Row-O'Bryaut, Ditto, Torman, Evans, Stone. V Second Row-Sanders, Felix, Busby, Beckwith, Beazley. First Row-Jacobs, Stone, Lowe, Scott, Delassus, Magnusson. One Trlurxdred Twenty-Eight ORGANIZATIONS Theta Gamma Founded M11 ch 23 1921 Colo1s Gold Wll1tL and OlCl11Cl Flon C1 L1ly of the Vfmlley 1 aculty Adv1se1 l1ofesso1 Albelt T Nhlls Patrons and Patronesses Mr md Urs W1llC Wood Mr 'md Mrs H M Wood Rev and Mrs Chesteen S1n1tl1 Mr md Mrs george VV Hlrrxs 4 . C : ' .Af ' l J ., N, .1 - - - K , 7 z . J.., . . 1,-' . l.2 1' . . . f.: -. . . . . .2 .F 4 '. ' . . . f M: '. Q Q L .. V 4, 1 1 ., . V' C ' c 1 cl' L' ' V . .. , Mr and Mrs R R Montgomery 1 Seniors Beulih Evwns UIIIOYS Glwdys Sanders VV1lm'1 Delassus Ruth Stone Nlodesta Scott Sophornores Ruby Beckvmtlu Chrlstrne Busbw June Davxdson Freshmen Faye Lee Albertu M1Ll1llSSL1m Loulse VV1l11ams L1ll1f1n Thomas One Hundred Twenty Nme and Mrs Tom Jack Jane Fellx Bermce Torman Xflxldred Stone Helen Craw Helen Jacobs Rebeeci D1tto Dons Lowe .l-llLElbCtl1 Beazle5 Helen O Bryant ORGANQZATIONS Sigma Alpha Iota Fourth Row-Turpin, Brcnucn, Schumacher, Long, Taylor, Fisher, lX'Ielcher, Fisk. Third Row-Muir. Grimsley. Aber. Hannaut. Coe, BIcIntyre. Hance. Ramer. Second Row-Bielhcn, McNeil, Walcher, Weiler, Royce, Stephens, Hickman, Grosbcrg. First Row-Lyons, Brown, Requarth, Carson, Brown, Waddington, Dorsey, Green. One Hundred Thirty ORGANIZATIONS Sigma Alpha Iota Founded -lnne 12, 1903 Nu Chapter Established May 15, 1917 Colors-Crimson and White Flower-Red Rose A Faculty Adviser-Donald M. Swarthout Patronesses Mrs M. van L. Swarthout , Mrs. VV. B. Olds Mrs. Donald Swarthont Mrs Edward Powers Mrs E. V. Huston Mrs Rose A. Borch A Associate Members Mrs. Florence Royce Mrs. Edith Ridgley Chapter Honorary Members Esther Reqnarth Esther Requarth Ruth Brown Florence Brown Bernice 'Brennen Sisters in Faculty Gladys Swarthout Kern Wfilna Moffett Ruth Muir Sylvia Fisk Fredarieka Green Graduates Blanche Rainer Lala Stephens Esther Long Ruth Brown Ruth Muir , Actives Bernice Brennen Helen Waddington Florence Brown Sylvia Fisk Fredarieka Green Elzora Fisher Merle McIntyre Ruth Coe Wilna Moffett Margaret Grimsley Lola Aber Mary Bielhen Grace Hance Edna Hickman Helene Grosher5:f Vivienne Mosbarger Jessie Weilei' Liana Schumacher Doris Lyons Pledges Lala Stephens ' Pearl Carson Veda Hannant Helen Dorsey One Hundred Thirty-One Ellen McNeil Marie Melcher Lottie Walcher Elizabeth Turpin ORGANIZATIONS Gamma Epsilon Tau Fourth Row-Sanders, Schroll, Mount. - Third Row-Lamb, Fulton, Klein, Schroll. Second Row-Houghton, Shimer, Torman, Wait, Parkinson, Cummins. First Row--Stone, Delassus, Davis, Sutherland, Hayes, Brown. Deetz. One Hundred Thirty-Two ORGANIZATIONS Gamma Epsilon Tau Scientihei Fraternity A Founded at james Millikin University 1921 P resid ent ....... If"icc-P1'esidc'11f Sqrretary ..... T'1'0a.m1'm' ..... . . . Carleton Cummins R. Wayne Gill Robert Sanders Lucile Brown Riley Lzunb Helen Hayes Ruth Stone Richard Mount Leitha Schroll Robert VVait Blanche Fulton Elizabeth Landon One Hundred Tliirty-Three Seniors Juniors Sophomores . . .LUCILE BROWN ROBERT XVAIT . . .ZXLTCE BONIEIELD .LESTER SCHROLL Kathryn Kline Mai-iam Houghton Charlotte Davis Pearle Sutherland Helen Parkinson Wilma Delassus George Shimer Thelma Deetz Lester Schroll Alice Bonifield Bernice Torman ORGANIZATIONS Pi Mu Theta 'l'hirr1 Row--Neibergall, Houghton, Lee. Second Row-Harris, Klein, lfngleman, Barnett. Randall. First Row-Gorham, Culver, Vent, Shafer, Delahunty, Birks. One Hundred Thirty-Four ORGANIZATIONS P1 Mu Theta I 101101111 5 Semor S0101 1t3 Founded NOXVC1111JC1 13 1912 Fapultx XCIVISCI Umm E.l10'CU1liX11111 5 c Pwr dent I 0111514 X rvvr I uc Pm vzdrlzt NI Xblxll x STI XI ru Sfrzcfmv EIORVNCI Lulvuz 11510515701 NlXRX DEI XIIUBFX Uczzzugca 0 St11dc11z'501.zu Bzucazz Mmm DELXIILBTX Sororef- Cimxllg Barxutt Teuua Buks LLICIIC B1own Florence Culver NI xrx DCI1lll1I1tX Low I:11S,lClTl'1l1 Helen Gorham joseplnnc H xrns Dx Gmce P'1tton Comm Unc Hundred 'lhu-ty Txve M 1r1 lm Houghton Kwthrx 11 Klmn Um 1111 Lee Fdnl k1ebe1f"1Il Leta Rmdall xldllflti Shwfer Louxu Vent Helen XA!1H11I'l1S . -, .7 . . , J . V' f. . -1 ..- - ,- r . ' ' 1 f:.' . I Q . "- ' .. 1:""AH'f:' 'uf 1 f 1 ft ,' , V 'f .V ,. . Ja V, - ,,.,j., , . , , X ,., V .J 2 .. 1 fi 2 M '. - 1 . A ,t . . L, 2 . . , - T' - 1 5. yz -' 1. j 1 ' 4 rl ,,. 2 I . 1 A ,Q . Y , 3 - V 1 , . I '. , 4 f , 2 ' ORGANIZATIONS The Student Service Bureau l , l MARY DELAHUNTY Manager Student Service Bureau During School Year 1921-22 The Student Service Bureau was oflicially recognized and started its work in September, 1921, its first work consisting of help and en- couragement to the incoming Freshmen during the trying registration days. As soon as was feasible, a canvas was made of the student body by the committee in charge of the plan to see just how many students really wanted to earn money. A card index was compiled by the manager for each girl interested, stat- ing what hours of the day she was free, and the different types of work which she could do. The next problem was to get the plan be- fore the city, and this was taken care of by a clever editorial in one of the local papers. Calls came in daily for help of various kinds, and the Student Service Bureau was a working organization. The Student Service Bureau has supplied work of all typesg some of the girls did office work on free days or half-daysg one girl earned thirty-live dollars selling engraved Christmas cardsg another sold stationery and earned a similar amount. For girls who like to cook and are majoring in Domestic Science. it has found homes in which the girls could prepare dinner regularly Cone girl made thirty dollars in six weeks in this wayj or afternoon parties at which they could serve. But perhaps the most congenial and easiest type of work that the girls found was keeping children in the evenings while preparing school work for the next day's classes. Next year the Student Service Bureau is planning a more active campaign. During the summer, Miss Felix will keep in touch with the University office and cooperate with the officials there in finding homes in which girls may earn their board and room by doing just such work and having just such interests as she would have were she in her own home. , The Student Service Bureau was organized under the auspices of Pi Mu Theta. One Hundred Thirty-Six IVIILLIDEK MILLIDEK One Hundred Thirty- Eight MILLIDEK Extracts from the D1ary of a unlor Glrl Monday Septembel 12 1921 Dezuest D1a1v Just a xvee moment 101 a 1111e about the VVO11flCl ful 11exv 116511165 Nlen xx1th soulful 1JlOW1'1 eyes tl1at 2116111 a b1t 11'11Cl to look at and Gnlsll It ee1ta111ly 15 111116 for us oldel gnls to do a httle xxo11v1nq and CL1111I'1g of loeles fO1 the 11ew gnls ale XVOI1C16lS lve met 11211115 all day and 1t certamlv IQ mole tun Dear DIHIV 2111011161 dax of 1eq1st11t1o11 and bhss and the11 xx o1k begms 11 ednesdax beptembc-:1 14 1921 Oh DIZIIX' the :1I1CSl11Tl3H Ofnls a1e C18111110' 'Hy l1tt1e 519161 1s a spo1t and Im LIHZX about the xx hole class Kes 1 am tned to death but happy We had the Y IW xvalleout today We xvalleed 11 xx alked all a1ou11d 1Ia11v1exx Park shd doxvn tl1e shdes talked to the xx oolxf bea1s 11 ate 11 atc of xx 14.11618 buns n xx atel 111L1011 huge shees of Jtncy vxateunelon tl1 tt got all ove1 ou1 faees It s a good way to 11nd out xx ho the best 5130119111611 'ue and the best put of all 15 that 1 beheve all the ITCXV gnls 'ne good spolts Well D1a1y just txxo 1l101C days u11t1l the X 11 and Y XV pa1ty 11 then xxe ll meet tl1e nexx 111611 Qepten1be1 16 1921 Dear DITIX the Y XV fI A a11d Y NI C A 1LLCp1flO1'1 19 ove1 It truly xx as lox elx Ot COl.llbC xve donned t1gs w1th ou1 names 2tI'1C1 then enxoyed a p1og1an1 111 the cl1apel The best palt oi all was that tl1e vnls kept then seats got acquamted xv1th ou1 nexx 11C1g111JO1S Then we had punch and xvafels and got bette1 acqualnted xx 1tl1 ou1 nexx fuends And D1a1x a d ll Img new man bl ought me home Um' I 51kt 1111 Octobe1 S 1921 I can stnely heave one gleat s1gh of 161161 and steal a texx houxs of sleep noxv 101 ltlslllllg 1s ovel and everyone h td pleelg111Q today GOOCl1'11gl1f VV1bl1 n1e sxx eet C1lL"t1'l15 October Z8 1921 DIHIX 1 neve1 lenexv ou1 gym could loole so pletty no1 that xve l1ad such 1nUen1ous people l1e1e 111 school X es yes xx e had ou1 usual costumed llalloxve en pa1t3 111 the gym Oale leaves shaded all of the hghts and LOI11 stalls lu1kcel 111 ex e1y LOIUEI VVe l1ad a 1ea11v t1uly O1C11LS12l3. tl1at played fO1 ou1 g13,11C1 march xx lneh damtv httle Anne E117'1.lJC1I11 Holden led Afte1 the g12111Cl 1'l1't1C1'1 1116 Juclves plesented 1q21111C1111C Monxoe chessed as a qualnt l1ttle old faslnoned 1l1211ClL1'1 the P1176 fOl tl1e best lookmg costume Txxo 111117 bats Fhtted about the c1owd and xx l1o do yOl1 suppose th y wezep Nobody else than two august 1'1'1C1'1'l1J61S of ou1 faculty Lelah Belle Dav1s a11d C'1101l11C Lutz 'lhev xx on a P1176 for the clevel est 2101113 eostume F116 11113 fl11ll1Sl1CCl the CI1llC111211111'1'lL111 a11d xve had 6161371111110 110111 a faeultx album to the love S101V of a fan damsel O11 a 6165611 Yes that xvas tl1e Q1 Alph stunt whlch w1tl1 all then lathes 111 the11 gauzy Costumes took the P1126 Afte1 the p1og1an1 xx as ove1 we l1ad food of 42011196 doughnuts coffee a11d apples And then he took me home Iles tl1e man of the Y XV 1nd Y M 1eeept1on H1s name? Oh D1a1y 1111 "l.f1'L1Cl youd tell One Hundred 1'111rtv Yme A n J 0 I - ,. , . I c IJ, ' A ' I I c A c . I - 1' ,gt - :1 - 7 ' - 1 -- - .. c , D I.,... I Ic .I' I I I I c I II' g - I 1- - If - - II - I fn 4 K L ' 1 . 1 C C- 1 r .1 ' . . Q, ' 1 ' L 'z -., ' . , . fl ' f A ' . , . , . H, b c b. 4 c c ,L 7 .- - , .-. 1' '. . , 'I ' L- 5 C C g ,s ' I v I ,v I 1 I- I v I . 1 . ' 1: '. ' 'lc Q 1 ' , I - v - I I - I -x I vr - - . c ' 7 -. ' 7' .,, e ' " - J Iss I I I .,- 1 - - . I 3 Q s . C C . . C 'I I '7 I I I- c I , 1: .. ZI c . .I c . . ' 3 ' . 1 . 'f, lf 'e 3 . 1 ' . 1.11.1 . ff, -1- -1 f . L I , . 11, ,11.'.-.f.c ' 1 '. ' V 7 wr- 'N 1 2 ' Q I ' . L - C. . . . . 5 . . a11d between each 11111T1lJCl' the fellows progressed from seat to seat and xve all c . I 7 t I.I. ' I c V c c I c ' . f ' f ' .r. , . ' 'j, . 2' Q A ' , Ki' y' A 3' !5 c . IA A I c I I I I I e I II . . - I' I . n 1 , 1 -1 " C . , - . I -y - v I - A p - . . n - III - I f I I Q 13 ' . 2 ' . . , ., f ' e Q e' i I 7 x . c I " c RI 1 I II . I fe I ' I 7 I I I I. c c I I I 'I-I I c A I I I '7 It I J I I I I,c A . I I c I . -V l. . A . ' . . . 5 I I I I I . . I II . I 4 I 1II I I ' XI II C ' ,1 11 ' . ' e V me L .' ' ' . , . ' C gr 1 ' . Y ' ' - ' '. ' ' . 5 Ic ' ' ' A " ' 1 I It I D I C I .HI . .I- ' . II f . .I :'. ' lt. eg- ' ', . 2' ' c - -, I . I I Ic fe I ' , I., , 1 e, , c . , A A . 'ar , ' - . f . 2 , . . . x . . . 1 , A . , A . .. , . , , c c . MILLIDEK November 13, 1921. Diary dear, it's a long time since 1 wrote for you. but 1 promise you a treat. I've absolutely had a heavenly time this week end. If anything could have been added to complete the arrangements for these two days, I don't know what it could have been. The weather man was not too kind, but what's the weather- man to do if he has Millikin folks plotting against him? Friday night, Millikin's sixth annual "Homecoming" started off perfectly. The big event of the evening was "A Pair of Jewels", which was preceeded by a lovely reception. The corridors were lined with tall candlebrae whose out- stretched arms bore lighted candles. An orchestra played soft music gayly be- hind palms, because everyone was delighted to be back to greet his old friends and profs. The chapel was "packed" for "A Pair of Jewels" and from the time the curtain went up upon the God and his kneeling priests to the ensemble at the end, the audience was in a constant uproar. But how could they keep from being amused by the college people of 1972? That's the catch, they couldn't. Sammy as Boobo, the fool, was an attentive servant to the Princess Pat- rine. Hold your breath, Diary, for all the fellows held theirs when the wicked Flappers appeared in their cunning costumes direct from the "Follies", Be- tween acts clever cats served the daintest of sandwiches plucked from the sand- wich trees. while flimsy parachutes of gay colors bearing candies, floated lazily down to the guests. i Q Yesterday morning we had a special chapel, with our band appearing in their new uniforms. And, Diary dear, he was in the band and, he looked simply gorgeous in the dark blue uniform with a white cord and belt. George Proctor welcomed the alumni and "Bur" Million presided. Attorney Horace McDavid responded to the welcome and told us how the "grads" were happy to be back in college life again. Ch. dear Diary, it makes my heart go "potato, potatoi' when I think that after next year I will be an old grad. At one olclock we had the biggest and best parade of years. Every organiza- tion had a float which showed clever thought and painstaking effort. The S. A. l.'s won the loving cup for the best float, with a scene from 11 Trozfaforcf represented by a group of gypsy maidens about a camp fire. Cf course, Diary. the Wfesleyan game took a little pep from us, for really our team should never have allowed them to score, but by evening, we had regained all our spirits and ambition and we set about having dinners in all the houses. At eight o'clock the lirst real all- Millikin Home-Coming Dance started at the Hotel Orlando. XV ill you believe it, Diary darling. the floor was so'crowded that we couldnt trade dances, but 1 was surely glad of it, as I went with him. January 28, 1922. Exams are over and we're celebrating with a mid-year Hop at the Elks. an all-Millikin Dance. Fm off for a good time so good-bye. February 10, 1922. Diary, lm sure 1've just had a part in one of the biggest enterprises of Millikin-the Y. XV. Y. M. Circus. Absolutely complete from the parade ot live animals to the barker, it was nothing else but a huge success. The corridors were the streets of a circus ground. alive with shrieking whistles, gay with colored balloons. and smelling of the straw which covered the floor. The side One Hundred Forty MILLIDEK shows 11 e1e V'1l1CCl IOI they 1ncluded Slueks a wonde1fully preseueel eolpse, a 111 tg1e1an Tony the hght house keeper lovely VYELICIIIIIICS lllllly IIVIHQ' ant mals and Just oodles of othe1 funny and mterestmg shows The b1g show was a Wl1lZ7 d tncmg fe bel1eve peanuts anothe1 Joy O1 1aptu1e oh Cll'l.1j I had a good tnne They had 6VC1y'El'l11'10' found rn a t1 ue C11'CLlS 1I1ClLlCl111g' a tramed ho1se 1aq dolls wonderful ac1obat1c stunts and Sunmv XVllIl'l l'llQ hungq so funny I ate Polar Ioys, get to sleep tomght There s anothel dtte mth L II Oh D1113 that I never saw Sammy mueh candy that I know I ll HCV61 for mv waleefulness 1ts that I had and so 1 eason l'eb1ua1y 22 1922 lXIanV Il'111'l0"R have happened Diary Yestetday C.VC1yO11C but the frosh eelebl lted W15l1l11gtO1lS b11thday W1tl'1 a class pa1ty The 56111015 couldnt dec1de wheze to have the11 pa1tv so they went f101'1l the P1 Beta P111 house to the Delta ig and stopped tt the Delta Delta Delta house T01 1ef1eshments The 11111015 t11ed to Up Town the other classes and have none of then roddy 13111 so we 1eservcd the meazanrne H001 at the I I1'lCOl11 Square IO1 the evemnq show M the Lanton Tea Galden we had an aftet the show lunch just hke legulat e1tv folks The SOpl'1011101CS had a pa1ty at the Kappa Delt house I couldnt hnd out what they dtd except eat Ilskuno Pre bllt D111y I ll bet you fotu to one that they daneed what say In the aftemoon M1s Aston had l'1Cl usual lovely VV21Sll11'lgtOI'1 tea Tl1lS yea1 It xx as as pleasmg as CVC1 T01 many Marthas and GCO1g'CS were around to enteltam fllCIl Guests Today D1a1y we had a V2.C'1t1011 Its a good thmg we had It too 01 you nnght not have known about all then pa1 t1es 1f I had not had a day of rest I'eb1ua1y 94 1922 Da111ng D1a1y I went to the Pan I-Iellemc SCl'1Ol3.1Sl11p Banquet Arent you p1 oud of me? You nevet thought that I would have the lughest grades 111 1ny class Even so I have I2ve1y yeat Ive CI'1V16Cl f1011l afa1 the lepresen tatwes from the SO1011t1CS who gave the banquet and even 111016 have I C11V1CCl the guests The gn ls l'l'1V1l10' the l'11gl1CSlI ave1ages for the htst SC1UCSfCl were 11'1V1lCCl to tl'l1S banquet at the Yellow Lante1 n w1th the gnl 111 each SOIOIIIV hav mg the lughest average The g11ls who went a1e Mauuta ShaIe1 Camtlle Barnett Iosephme IIa111s Velma Colbrook Bermce Torman l1e1n1ce Deetz Idelra Dav1s DOIICS Stuzman, Dor1s Lowe Helen R1Cl12l1ClS011 Edlth I'a1ke1, IIelen C1 owcle1 I-Ielen Jacobs and IDLIIIICC Ande1 son The Yellow Iante1n was so pretty w1th 1ts gay yellow deco1at1ons The place catds htted xx 1th the ClCCOl'I.t1011S so Well T01 thev VKCIC hand pamted sketehes of an a1t1st 111 a yellon smock I.,1.1C1lC Iuown p1CS1ClC11t of Pan I-Iellenlc was toast 1n1st1ess and the FCQIJOHSCS NVCI C The T ae T ae The PICUIIC The Frame IhI"I.L1I'1t2l. Shafe1 Canvas Velma Colbr ook Co1o1s BCIIIICC Deetz Art1st Dorrs Lowe I1n gomg agam neact yea1 D1a1v for aftel an evemng l1l e tl'l1S I feel as 1I the sae11hce of a IDOVIC O1 two 1S not too gteat a p11CC to pw to keep up my schola1sl11p One IIu11dre1l Ioztg One v- f. .' . ' 51 ' 39 . . e . - :A 1 L y 1 V Y C 1 r L 1 .w. H . J, . 1 . . 1 . c ck , , ' , v K ' .. .l - c K . K I V 7 D . . 1 . . . A . -I D . , ' . C . I E t 'cl 1 . A , c 2 .. 'I fn . I , 2 ". 1 ' Y . I l F ' F ' . e c c l A . . . . , ' . , ' il . c . . ' ., c c -I . I. ' . . . ' ., ' , c , c ', c l 1 . 1 4 . . , , . It U ba c , . e' ' " ' ' , -f. s -. . I I. . p- 1 I -Q ,- A c c. . c . . e .x ' , -.x Al- - - ' - ' e c H, , ss , z .I 2 e ' ' ' . '. I . l .. H. I ., - LN B ' .l H- 7- . ,, . . . . , . .A, , , , . . . , . . J L .. . 4 ' c A' 'l'. " , I I I I . ' I c L . , ' . v i . . . , 1. ' . , . c , D . , . . , , ' c . J . 1. . . ' ' 'L .. .. I ' c ' . A ' . . . . , . ,., I . . . I b -. , , c Y 1 1 - . C I -w C ,, . . ... , . . . . . A . , e 7 ' 4 I 4 . 4 , I . - -A .x - . 5 . c 1 4 , C . I . C b C C L. , . . A . . - J ' - ' Af ' . ' ' I ' c ' ', , - . . - , - ' if . - s - y 1 1 - "9 . C , . A y . F ,, tc . . - . . .4 ' . a s - .AC . f . vs 3 4 -1 f -C ' M - V - I 'I .. c ' 1 c " b . ' J. . I I ' . 1 y ' . J 4. A C C . I C Ck C . , ,, . . A - . A A . ., . 4 A 1: , c , V K x Ci. C - - C C - - 2 -r ? - v. MILLIDEK March 17, 1922. The day of the "500th Chance". "Cal" Dyer took his chance like Columbus and all other great men. Wfhat was his chance? Oh, to get his Millidek by playing in a melodramatic movie. His costume was complete. you'd think he really might have been "sick', one day. And, Diary, you should have seen his leading lady, Adele Rattan, carry a cackling old hen around by one foot. The story was indeed almost a tragedy for Mr. Al Umnus nearly failed to get his 1923 Millidek. Of course, when we saw how nearly he missed getting a Mil- lidek we all signed for ours before the "500th Chance" should be gone. There are so many things to look-forward to, dear Diary. and so many things to look back upon which I've neglected to mention to you, like the Sopho- more and Junior dances, that dear Diary, Fm glad I am in college. Aren't you glad you came with me? V fAnd that's that until next yeaizj - M . J ,W , . Wi ' 'f e One Hundred Forty-Two VANITY F AIR W One Hundred Forty Three I . HELEN GORHAM VANITY FAIR BLANCHE FULTON One Hundred Forty-Four POPULARITY 1 One Hundred Forty-Five LOIS ENGLEMAN 1 o POPULARITY -1 CECIL ABRAMS One Hundred Forty-Six ATHLETICS 'Fr gh I lo ' .55 11 5-Xthlettrs ATHLETICS Athletics Back in the days of old when Harvard and Yale were about the only colleges in the country, athletics took merely the form of a recreation leading to a great battle between the two once a year. That was before the time of high salaried coaches, when the teams were trained by those loyal alumni who took time Ott fiiom their various occupations to return to their Alma Mater to help add to her g ory. Those days have long been gone and the modern college team is trained by a high salaried and often blaspheming coach who, in many cases, receives a higher salary than does the President of the same institution. College teams now form the chief advertisement and drawing card in attracting new students. As a result colleges have made and still are making an extended effort to attract athletes. In many cases financial aid has been offered to draw their attention. Many educators of national repute claim that in this way college athletics have now been put entirely on a commercial or professional basis and that the old line spirit of rivalry has been taken out. They are waging a national ight to over- come this menace to the greatest of all national institutions-our colleges. Millikin is fortunate in not having such a system. Her athletes are on the same plane in their scholastic work as any other students. Many of them are as conscientious as any student in the University. Millikin has never had the policy of giving financial help to any of her athletes in preference to any other of her students. They are offered the same opportunities and are governed by the same rules as those who may not be so physically fortunate. As a result of this policy Millikin has ever had a college spirit that has been the envy of every college in the state. The Blue and Wfhite teams have always had the light and 'ipep" typical of the teams in the earlier days of college sports. VV'ith another year put down in the records and 1922-23 coming on with brighter prospects than ever, all Millikin prepares to foster this spirit, and to instill it more deeply into her teams. PAUL M. jot-1NsToN1z. . r fits? 2 - , i5'5tf1"-l"? A if A Width' Ui - T:Q"ig':fw' 1 I 1 L.- N, . ..t -V - . - 'a wi ifiiizn .' . V .hy xi " " One Hundred Forty-Eight ATHLETICS e ig Q if-L' "- 'f ' ,L nxlI',,l,. .','.g5A l.. . .1323 " 'Jus .l ,bw -J ' L.- M. - ij .1- ill? l lf: la A 1'-xl 1 . lvflr il .Vx ' L - I Varsity ' Football A , RUSSELI, wrxnigw - 1',EST12R SCHRULL Cgmtaiu I I Captain-lilect Millilein Line-up CENTERS EN ns ' I-IALFBACIQS Maxwell Bowman Bailey Mills Diehl Wallace Staley Harper GUARDS Harrison I-Iodcle Mays Myers McKelvey Schfoll VVilson Cauliflower Knapp Sullivan QUARTER-nAc1cs FULLBACKS Abrams Hartman TACKLES Deen Spitz Ward Sollars IWZANAGER Weilepp Hubert Manning Seyfer DeBeer l92l Season's Record Millikin, 625 Slmrtleff, 0. Millikin, 635 DeKalb, 0. Millikin, 73 Knox, 0. Millilcin, 285 Augustana, 0. Millikin, 75 Rolla, 0. Millilcin 5 Wabash, 14. One -Hundred Forty-Nine , 3 Millikin, 7 Millilcin, 3 3 Wesleyan, 7. g Lake Forest, 10. COACHES-NOfmHH G. NVann, Leo T. Johnson ATHLETICS - Varsity Football Team First Row-Diehl, Sollers, Mayes, Maxwell, Schroll, Ward, Wilson. Second Row-Bailey, Hartman, Wallace, Abrams. One Hundred Fifty ATHLETICS i FRED SEYFER ......................... L ................. ,......... Y 'aiclcle Fred played a consistent game in the line. He was always at the right place and working hard. He smashed through the line on de- fense and made big holes on offense. BROOKS XVTLSON ..... , .......... .......................... . .... . . . .End Brooks displayed a wonderful amount of pep and speed at end. He never missed his man. Brooks had the nustortune of receiving a broken .leg when going his best. We wish him a successful recovery and bet- ter luck next year. PAUL Wistar? ....... ............................................ T fickle Wfeilepp played a fast game at tackle. smashing through the line and breaking up plays. He made good holes on offense. always getting his man. l'IARRY Hoops ................................................. Half-back Hodde was a Valuable man in the backheld. He was a smooth runner and could hit the holes. He was strong on defense and in breaking up forward passes. RUSSELL XVARD, Captain ..............,............................ Tackle 'iRut,' ended his last year of college football in grand style. He was a real leader and held the Hnest respect from everyone. He made a. berth again on the ALL-STAR team. He was a hard player, sure tackler and never failed to open a hole. Long will we remember the stellar playing and fine sportsmanship displayed by him. One Hundred Fifty-One ATHLETICS THoMAs ILIARTMAN ............................................. Full-bark "Toni" developed into a hard hitting fullback this year. He never failed to 1nake yardage, and was consistent in doing it. He was a good tackler and on ohense was always in his proper place. ORVAL DIEH1. ................ ..... . ............ .................. L . .End Diehl played his last year with the team. He was fast and in the game all the time. He went down fast under punts and forward passes. He ran good interference and tackled hard. EUGENE VVALLACE ........................................,.,... Half-back X1Vallace played a sensational game again this year. He was a good open-field runner and a wonderful forward passer. He showed much ability in running back punts, and breaking up forward passes. I'IARR1S Mfxvs ................................... Q ................. Guard Mays played a powerful game in the line. His weight and strength enabled him to open big holes and break up plays on defense. LESTER J. SCHROLL . ............................................... Guard "Les," playing his second year on the team, showed unusual ability at guard. A heady, aggressive player on oifense and a hard tackler on defense. One Hundred Fifty-Two ATHLETICS CHARLES lX'IAXWELl. ............................................... Center "Buddy" played a great game at center, he was a big little man. I-le outplayed his opponents who outweighed him by several pounds. PAUL BAILEY .................................................. Half-back Bailey came into his own again this year in the backtield. He proved to be a consistent ground gainer. He used his speed to good advantage in getting down under forward passes, and running inter- ference. VVAYNE BOWMAN ................................................... End "Snakes" displayed wonderful football ability this year. The big feature of his playing was getting down under punts. He would punt and make the tackle time after time. He hit hard, could forward pass and carry the ball well. CECIL ABRAMs ..................... ............ . ..... .... . Q zmrte-r-bacle "Abbie" played a great game at quarter this year. He proved to be a good pilot. was quick to size up the situation and drive the team on through. He hit hard on offense and was a sure tackler on defense. Abbie used his "educated" toe to good advantage, seldom missing a goal. One Hundred Fifty-Three ATHLETICS EUGENE SOLLARS .... ................................... . ..... Y 'acklc "jack" played a wonderful game at tackle this year. He was fast, a hard tackler and a powerful man in the line. Iackis punting ability was the outstanding feature in the Conference. He could al- ways be depended upon to punt out of danger. ROBEIQT SPITZ .......,........ . .,............................... Full-back "Bob" displayed the making of a good football player. He did remarkably well this year and we expect great things from him next year. CHARLES DEETZ ................,............................ Q1.za1'fer-bacle Charlie was back with his same pep and fight this year. He knows the game and how to drive his team. He didnlt get into many games, but we admire his work and courage. PERCY HARPER .........................,...................... Half-bark Harper displayed some real football ability this year. He slipped through on offense for long sensational runs. This was his hrst year and we look forward to great things from him next year. CLAIR IQNAPP ..................................................... Guard Knapp was a power in the line, his weight and charging were hard to stop. He worked hard and we wish him good luck in making his place on the team next year. JOHN DEBEER .................................................... Tackle DeBeer, playing his 'First year on the team, developed into a fast aggressive player. He had a' povvertul driving force and we expect great things from him next year. Other players to be remembered are-Mills, Sullivan, Staley, Harrison, Myers, McKelvey, Cauliflower. Although they did not get into the game much. they are the men who helped make the team. The Varsity received the cheers, but the Seconds were out working hard under discouragements and hard knocks, making possible the cheers for the Varsity. 'VV e appreciate their efforts for the good which they did and wish them success and a place on the Varsity next year. One Hundred Fifty-Four ATHLETICS sf , 1 'i 1 u , 4 A Cite, l s i it if it z' -f',. V if i I I' ' r' .2 M 1, - fy lx 5, . l PAUL Jimrisizy pihyp CURL Cflpffllil Captain-Elect Basket-ball, l 92 l -22 Varsity BAILEY, Captain .... ..,. . Guard CURL .... . . . For-zL'a1'd I-I1s12R , . . Forward NVALLACE . . . Center BERRY . . . . Guard BACON . . . ...... Gaarfi BOXIVMAN .. . Forward ARRINGTON F01'zUav'd XM ALLEY . . . . C unter SEA GO ..... F0 rzuard BROWN .. .....,..... ..... . .. Center I Schedule and Scores Teams Where Played Millilcin Opp Charleston . . Charleston .... .. . Z9 21 Rolla. ......... .... D ecatur ..... . . . 20 13 Rolla. ............. Decatur .... 16 12 Assumption ......... Decatur .... . . . 41 17 Rupert's All-Stars . . . Decatur . . , . . . 51 30 University of Illinois . . . Clinmpaign .. . .. 20 35 St. Viators .......... Decatur ..... .. . 20 18 Knox . . .......,.... Decatur ....... . , . . 22 19 Wabash .......,..... Crawfordsville . . . . . 20 21 University of Illinois . Decatur ....... 33 34 Rolla, ............... Rolla ....... 22 23 Illinois VVesleyan . . . Bloomington . . . . . 27 26 Monmouth ....... Decatur ..... . . , 24 27 St. Viators ...., Bourlaonzlis .... 25 45 Vlfabash .... Decatur ..... . . . 16 49 Wesleyan Decatur ..... 19 22 Knox ........ Galesbnrg . .. Monmouth . .. Monmouth .. One Hundred Fifty-Five ATHLETICS Basket-ball I 92 I -I 922 Second Row-Seago, Arrington, Bacon, Wann. First Row-Bailey, Berry, Hiser, Curl, NVaIley. One Hundred Fifty-Six ATHLETICS The l 921 Season Th Co lill set out thxb year to have some games so that M1ll1k1n would have some real CO11'l1J6lf1tlOI'1 and plobable defeats ahead of them VV1th several old men hack and a b1g bunch of new I'1'13tC1 1a1 he Stal ted to shape h1s team mto torm And as 111 yeam past l1e :tax ted out w1th a semen of V1Ct0I1CS The season opened w1tl1 Sl'11.11llCl:f here They were taken 11'1lIO camp by a 62 to O SLOIC 'lhen DeKalb was hfmded .1 63 to O defeat at DeKalb Next 0111 old 1'1vals lxnox VVCIC defeated 7 to O 111 a WOl'1LlC1fUl dame lt G'1lesl1111'g O tl1e followmg S'LtUlCl2lX the team 1I'lV3.Cl6Cl Augustana s camp for a 28 to O V1Ct01y The heavy Rolla team was defeated 7 to O on a muddy Held The team 1eaehed 1tS peak 111 the Wabasl1 game holdmg them 14 to 3 Billll km sco1ed 111 lees than two mmutes of play and held them O to 0 the laet half Then 111 tl1e last two games several men were 1116lllQ'1lJlC and tl1e team wah badly weakened OL11 St101lg 11va1s from 111111015 Wesleyan held us 7 to 7 111 a 1o11Q,h Game Vtfesleyan shpped th1o11gh 'md sco1ed on the h1st play and 111 less than a 111111l1tC We met defeat at the hands of lake FO16St on Tl'l2J.1lliSglV11'1g' Day to the tune of 10 to 3 Although 0111 last th1ee games WSIS 11ot v1ctor1eN as to SLOIC the team played a verv bueceastul seaaon The toaehee and playe1s proved tl1e1r 1espeet1ve abxhty 111 p1odut111g a team that could play as It chd Clllllllg' the moet of the season '-1 'W QW' L One Hundred I'1ft5 beven S . Z Q W .N .W U 3 4' . . . I 7 C . 7 y n T s. ' . ' ' . 1 c I. ' . l , 7 f, 1 ' A 7 :TI 2 c . Il C 1 , u . A I . . . H C T n - l 7 7 ' . K Z3 ' 1 7 c I ' .. . A J 1 I . . . - 1 . . 2 X - , - w. C It . . -. B 1 YV' H V 7 T 2 7 W AT V-TWT' TW 7 7 V - 1.1 ' ' 4, f 1 11 11 .1,,, at at 1 1 V in 11 M '15 . . ' . W .MB U A 1 'gay A V ' . ' 7,U,gf"4'3 C1 ' , 1 flu' 7- ' . 11 Fl., ' . - Q 1 ' . ' ' L - ' . '21 ' .,. H gi-:E 'I' - ATHLETICS CLAUDE BERRY ..... ...................................... ...... . . .Guard Berry played up to form again this year. He was fast and broke up lots of plays. He had a good eye for the basket and slipped up for a counter or two during each game from the center of the Hoof. ERWIN SEAGO ..................................... . ............. Forward "Pinky" traveled as if he was on fire, he worked hard on defense and offense. He could break up plays, get the ball and use good team- work. 'We expect great things from him next year. ARTHUR BACON ................................... . ................ Guard Bacon hit his stride toward the end of the season. He was fast on the Hoof and covered every play in his territory. He passed the ball fast and accurate. "Bake" should hold a permanent position next year. NEIL ARRINGTON ............................................... Forward Arrington came in the second semester and stepped right into the swing of things. He was fast and a sure shot. He ought to go well next year. PAUL BAILEY, Captain ............................................. Guard Bailey played true to form again this year. with the same bursts of speed, always on the ball and in every play in his end of the floor. His teamwork was wonderful, accurate and fast. We hate to lose him, as this is his last year. One Hundred Fifty- Eight 1 ATHLETICS 1 f H HARLAN XV ALI LX C ezztm Walley got sevclal chances at center He xx as fast on the H001 a11d q111ck to 11111 111 and tal e tl1e ball off tl1e backboa1d VV1t11 tl11s yeal s experlence me expect great thmgs from 111111 next yeal VVAXM: BOWMAL For 1ard Bowman stepped 1nto college basket ball w1th a dash He was an expert d11bb1er 'md could get through a good defense fo1 a counter He l1ad a sharp ey e for tl1e basket M1ke was W1tl1 11s agam w1tl1 that same fight and pep He was a good dr1bb1er and had a good eye for tl1e basket He was death on lo11g shots wl1e11 once he got hot He played good teamwx ork and put up a good defense FLOYD Cu RL Fomuard Lllll showed lumself a l1ttle basket ball wonder thxs year He played a fast gan1e 111s specxalty was breakmg up plays He had a keen eye for the basket and was qu1ck 111 Judgmg plays EUGENE WALLACE Center VVa1lace 1111proved a great deal from last year He put up a good game was fast and strong on defense HIS teamwork was good and he could be depended upon to make his share of tl1e counters One Hundred Fxft N ne p L L I gzyn-aaanuuuna.-.111-asf...nan..una-..--.sn-Assess.: l"" Y 1 -1' ' I .1 C ' . u . 4 r 4 ' 1 - ' -,- ck 1 . Y 7 , V . J- .Q I ' ' ' c ' . 7 HUGH HISER.......................,..........-.................Fov'ward n 'Vu ' ' ' , C C f c c , 4' A . ' c H H - 7 ' v . nv L' 1 - . . . . y, - . - , D c , . c 4 4 Iunusual:queen-nnsn..ss.qnu' V , . y'.'i ATHLETICS Basket-ball, l 92 I -22 The basket-ball season this year certainly had its "ups and downs." With a championship team to start out and with the addition of a goodly number of High School stars, prospects looked good for another championship team, but luck seemed against us. Everything went fine for awhile and the team seemed almost invincible. Then came three or four one point defeats, our team leading to the very end and then be nosed out during the last minute of play. The team ex- hibited a high class brand of basketball though. Then came the hard line of ineligibles and sickness among some members of the squad and weakened the team. Millikin put up a good game against Wfesleyan with a crippled team. The absence of Curl and Bowmanwere very noticeable. The great Millikin de- fensive machine hinged on Curl in the middle of the floor. laVith a ten day rest they should stage a strong comeback against Monmouth and Knox. Mi1likin's chances for the championship are small this yea1'.i The tournament has been eliminated and the championship will be decided on a percentage basis. VVe hate to see the tournament go out after witnessing such an exciting tourna- ment as was held last year. y 1 With the development of new material this year and the prospects of more, let us look forward to a better season next year. A .... " it ' T g s Q-',.:g, I b I, , :l A ' . ,- in l 1 :Ln ' Z ig -li , T . j 3. 352-5 ' ' . ' 1 1 - :W Q, ' ,1 4 ,ff :QQ tr- 4 Till! 4 ' rw. 3 .C s . . v , ' ng .I I .1 One Hundred Sixty ATHLETICS DUN XLD PINL C'lD'l'RlH VafSlty Baseball l 92 l I..1ne up PING Captam PFLFFER H Clpt un Elect Anunrs HISER VVFICANID ROBERTb SCHROLL VV ALLACF BROWNI CURL PFEFFER E S hedule and Scores Tggmg Illlllflll Bhcklaurn Wwalaxn ton Knox St Vlators lVeQle3z1n Wesley an Knox Eureka Nlormal Bradlev Umverqty 5 Lllllllxlll won 5 'md loSt 5 In the I I A C Mxlllkm won 5 and lost 3 One Hundred Snlty One IILI XI KN IFLI FLR Captam elect Catclzcz Pxfclzca zfclzu Fust Base Second Base Shortstofv Rzglz fnlzi Tlmd Bare vnler field Left Fwld Infield Outfield Opponent :'.jL,x . ,, M ff-Q ' I' fri I 2 , P' In - X A if.. I . , .J "'-l-. In 1 'A 'W - L ' ' F -' .! ' Lx 'ff QE -?Ql:'J4T?1T , . .... A. ................. ............... 0 '- ' ' . 2 z -4 .......... ...... - ' 41 J..., ........................................ If 7' r -4...-1---nqwvnunpnu--1.4 " -f , . 1 1 .......... . .......................... . - SOUTH .......... ......... ...................... ' I 4" . I 1 .......................... , .............. ' 4 , . ... .................................... I . , 1' 'H' , -' ,Q ' C .......... , ............. 7 4 .' ' g ' -' ' .........,..... I 20 . H ....,...... . .............. 9 Z3 I , f ......................,..... 13 12 ' ......................... .. 16 7 .' ................................ 2 5 I . ....................,....... 9 0 1 .......................... 12 'I ." ,L . . . . . . I, . ATHLETICS Baseball I 92 I Second Row-Schroll, Brown, VVa1lace, South, Warm. First Row-Weigzmcl, Abrams, Ping, Pfeffer, Hiser, Roberts One Hundred Sixty-Two I ATHLETICS Vlf1L1IAM 5OUTII Rzqlzt fzeld B111 11 as the 111g S1L1g'g61 of t11e team t111s year He had a keen eve fol the apple 'u1d d1ove It long dmtanees He worked some 011 the mound 'md 11 mdled the Heldmg 1309111011 111ce13 CEC111 A1 RAMS Pztclmr Abble p6I'fO111lGCl well O11 the mound He had low of speed 'u1d was cool headed He 11'1nd1ed hm pos1t1o11 111 good shape and xx '15 a l'l'Ll'C1 111tte1 HUGH H1s1:R Fwst Base N111 e COVEI ed tl1e 1111t1a1 bag 111 a good faaluon He was f'1st 1n Ee1d111g 1115 1JOS1t1OI'1 and COVS11110' the bag B1ddy playmg 1119 second vcxu fielded 1115 1JOS1t101'l well was faet 'md got r1d of tl1e ball 111 a 1111115 B1ddy was '1 joker t moat pxtchels 'md always got 1115 wx 'dk durxng the game DONALD PING Captam Catclzcl D011 held up 1115 1613111111011 we a catc11e1 adam thm yea1 He kept the team 111 hghtmg t1'1111 all the t1111e He had a lVOI1ClC1fl1l th1oW to the b1se5 catchmof many 1111111615 oft the base He h1t 11ard and cous1stent Much cred1t IQ due h1111 ae Captain fO1 what t11e team d1d under d 1fHCL1ltlCS EDWARD P1'1:1'1'1:11 O zrtfield 'Ed handled a dual 1JOS1t101'1 'ls 0l1t1'1ClC1C1 'md c'1teher plaxmg the formu 13041121011 111016 though He 11'1d a good eye fo1 battmg and c'1111e 1ll'1lO1.1g1'l w1t11 '1 good xecord One Hundred Q1xt5 Thxee i:,'!r 7, ' . , ' ' , is yr A - ' H - J - C 1. 1 ' n c 2 C . 7. sa '17 , , r 1 v 1 n. C c ' . c . A ff, C 1. 'll -x'4 1nnnsuwuunnpnqgqanu-nnovnugqlnnuonnnouuvanounuunnn4v', ' ,, .,,, A . . - Anx a .Q n t' L . L . ,O W. HOWARD VVEIGAND Base ,,. ,, . . - . I .. , H 'JC-1 V' y I ' ' ,, if ' 75 IK' 7 77 . c 7. . c c 0 - , , " cr U - ' c Ve . . .A X, 1, , ........................................... - 5, ,, . . F. l . . - - .. C C-. b x. . ,, . . " c ', D' . I D c . . . . e c ' 44444. oneann..nnn.snunsun:uncnerves.--ounuanenuuu-nap: " . I ,, .. A . 4 c c. c c ' , h' I 3' - . ' . ' c ' ' I ' c ' c ' . . ' ,- . ATHLETICS LESTER J. SCHROLL ..... 4 ...................................... Third Base "Les" was shifted to the "hot-corner" this year, which he handled nicely. His fielding showed improvement from last year, but his bat- ting average took a drop. EUGENE VVALLACE ......................................... ..C6"l'lfl?7' Field Vfallace used his speed to great advantage in the center field. He never missed and had an accurate "peg" to home-plate. He was a hard-hitter and a good base runner. LEFAY BROWN ................................................ Left Field "Brownie" made his position in the outfield this year. He was cool-headed and used good judgment in fielding. EARLE ROBERTS .............................................. Short Stop Earle was back into the game again this year after being out a season. He was fast in his position, knew the game well and could be depended upon for reliable support. i HERMAN PFEFFER, Captain-Elect ................................... Pitcher Herman went good this year, but did not have the old time sup- port behind him. He pitched a cool game, used good headwork and knew how to use his "stuff." He will make a good leader and we are all with him in turning out a winning team next year. FLOYD CURL ......... Q ............................................ I njield Curl was fast in fielding work in the infield. He was accurate in his throws. He suffered a sprained ankle and had to drop out. He should make good next year. One Hundred Sixty-Four ATHLETICS - Baseball I 92 I 'Ihe basebwll team thls year d1dn t 1n'1ke much of a ICPL1t3.tlO1l for Nhlhkm Athleucs The te'1m laboled under d1H:1Cl11tlCS 111 season h'1.v1ng no dvunond to IJ1'LLt1CC, on The team ILLCIVCCI thlee good dl1.1b1J111g'S at the hands of Lmdlex Qt XIIZHOYS and XlVE1Sh111gfO11 Unlvelslty Then we took tevenge on Blackburn Eureka and XVesleyan fhe two games xvlth Knox xvele ieal baeeball Carnes only lostng bv one scole Om xxewlx polnt at the bC0'11l1'111lg' vms xx 'ummg up a good DIYCPICI 'md then the Quppoxt bemnle mgged 'md A fast ball mould hnd 1tQ xx 'xy through ahnost any xx here After h3lI11Q' cnduled such a bad Qeaeon we must look forxx 'nd to 'ln en hvenment of Nlxlhkm bzweball and may we alxxavs boost Mxlhkm baseball as we do the othe1 sports and It xx 111 HOLIIISI1 1n the Qame xx ay M' if N Q F- Lx 'S-4 One Hundred Sxxty Fxve , . . , 1 . . . . c F , ' c L' ' a C l C y C 1 , C .C N ' A X - - . ' - - ' - J v ' I A . ,V Rf Q I 0 . K -ll 7 - s 1 1 f X , X - - . . . . t. h , X ' I I X v . . . X I 1 . .D 1 C a C b C C ' Q . ' c c c ' . ' .. 'fc I Y. A ' 5 ' ,fc ' C - Ln 4 1 1 n ' xv ' - Y - J 4- x. C f ' . . X. .. . 7 ' X v.',,g. V Y ,,, ' : ,, ug X . , f ,A X , X p 1' 4 ,, - ' , 5 P . H ' 1 A '1i:i.1J'v ' ' - A ' " 332-'Q at is A x 1 P x , . , - rv' E .' 'ft' "1 , w . A ,gy - . ,tx',X1,,.XIX.AX' X . sf. gt x wr ' ' t .tm ., n x t ' V ' "5J,-gfg,g'- A - , '41'?.q,' -Q. ' " - Q - ' I M . 1' Q d V .nf X img: .ln h A I lx 11' - 1- 1 X .w i 39 f I 'L ' . ORN- .XL DIEHI. 71. Captzxin-elect w -Q .-4 52 ATHLETICS Track, l92l JOE GOGDAL, Captain ami Coach EVENT ........440, 880 . . . .100, 220 Shot, Relay . . . . . .High Jump . . . .-Iavelin, Shot . . . . . . .880, Mile ..........Disens . . .I-Iurclles, Relay .......Two Mile ..........Shot Relay . .R. Broad Juinp .......Two Mile . . ...Pole Vault ..........Shot .....440, Relay ..........100 ...SSM ...70 'i M 'E Q, 2 O .ES ZS Q H O 2 4 10 10 3 Merle NVeaver . .... . 2 12M 6M 0 Paul Bailey .... 5 5 5 4 Joe Cogdal ............ ..... 4 5 8 I Eugene Sollars ............ 5 3 3 Qrval Diehl CCa -electj 5 5 l Hugh Kinkade ........ 2 6M 0 Stanley Smith .......... . 3 3 0 Floyd Brenner . 3 5 0 Orval Fawcett. . 2 4M 0 Lefay Brown .. l 5 0 Eugene 'Wallace . . . 1 0 0 Alfred Nelson . 1 3 0 VVillian1 Baker . 3 0 0 Russell Sawyer .. 0 . 124 0 Floyd Curl .... 1 0 0 Bradford Bruso ........ Illinois College ..... 66M Millikin .. Wesleya11 ....... . . .50 Millikin . . Knox ....................... 84 Millikin ......... In the State Meet-Millikin scored 12 points and ranked sixth place. Cogdal broke the record for Running High Jump, going 5 feet SM inches. Weavei' did 52 3X 5 seconds in running the 440 at Illinois College. One Hundred SixtyjSix ATHLETICS lX'lERLE VVEAVER "Buck" showed real form in the quarter-mile, making a good mark in the Illinois College meet. I-le was a hard, consistent runner, and caused real competition in the State Meet. STANLEY SMITH "Stan" was our high hurdler. He had good form and glided over the obstacles in pretty style. He placed in all the duals, but was cut out in the State Meet. EUGENE XVALLACE Wfallace specialized in the running broad jump. He was a fast runner and made a good jump. FLOYD BRENNER A Brenner was the little iron-man of great endurance. He ran the two-mile event, a man killing race, in a nice fashion. jon COGDAL, Captain foe was up to good form in the High Jump, making a new con- ference record. He worked hard with the team and deserves a great deal of credit for what was accomplished this year. ORVAL DIEPIL, Captain-Elect Diehl copped his share of the honors again this year in the half-mile, and mile. He was a steady runner and finished strong. He should make a good, capable leader for the team next year. One Hundred Sixty-Seven ATHLETICS EUGENE -SOLLARS y Sollars could be depended upon 'for points in the javelin event. He had good form and a powerful throw. He placed i11 the State Meet and Won in the duals. PAUL BAILEY Bailey had more than his share to do in both field and track events. He was a good sprinter and knew how to handle the weights. His services are going to be needed for the team next year. FLOYD CURL Curl ran the quarter and made the other member of the relay team. He suffered a bad ankle and was slowed up considerable on the track. He should go fine next year in these events. LEFAY BROWN , Brown ran the quarter and the relay. He was a fast, smooth runner. He held his own well in the relay. He will be a valuable man next year. VVILLIAIXI SBAICER Baker tried to uphold our pole vaulting reputation this year. He did well for a little man and annexed four points in dual meets. RLTSSELL SAWYER Sawyer worked with Fawcett on the shot. He had good form and developed quite a bit during the season. He won three points in duals. HUGI-I IQINKADE Kinkade showed up well in the discus throw, placing in the State Meet. He had good form and was able to give it some distance. ALFIiE,D N ELSON "Nellie" was the running mate of 'Brenner in the two mile. He worked l1ard and trained consistently. He added four points to his belt in dual meets. BRADFORD BRUSO "Brad" worked hard in the 100 yard dash and took one point from the Knox Dual. He was a fast sprinter for a man of his build. One Hundred Sixty- Eight I ATHLETICS The Track Season l92l 'lhe track season adam tl11s year was not so successful All our hopes xx e1e folled 111 the State Meet Wfe were able to dom I1 0111 strong 11vals Wfesleyan 111 a Cll.1'1l meet knox p1oved to be tl1e shongest contenc1e1 111 the State Meet w1tl1 Etueka a close second 'lhe new t1aclt 'md Held we1e 111 good shape fm tl1e meets 'lhe track was a llttle soft but w1th a w1nte1 to pass 1t ought to settle down 111 line shape fOl a fast track next 1ea1 It IS now one of the best t1acks 111 the State OlllCS1ClC those of the bw Un1vc1s1t1es The State Meet went off 111 b1q style but w1th a small sco1e to us Tl1e1e was some real C.Ol1'1pLt1t101'1 d1spl'1yed C'1pt'11n Cogdal b1oke h1s own retold 111 tl1e 11111n1nU 111011 Jump All of 0111 contestants d1d good work a11d showed up 11 ell but d1dn t qulte hate enough push to nose 1n ahead at the funsh Xfvltll several old men staymg fO1 next yea1 a11d w1tl1 tl1e p1ospects l111CCl up f101'l1 the I11terscl1olast1c, we ought to hate '1 good 16P1CSCHtEllZ1011 of track mate r1'1l fO1 0111 new held next yeal Captam Elect D1el1l 15 a leader and ought to be s11ppo1ted 111th '1 good team VV e w1sl1 them mole success than tl1ey 2lCl'll6VCCl th1s 1 c11 .rg ar 4 1,5 l One Hundred S1YtV Nme , . . N I - I . O . s 1 I I . ,V ' ' ' , f V . 1 1 1 ' A C 1 1 if 1 , . 1 A, . , . . . C - 1 - v S l l - , A, r, .I A . D , A . . 3. . . . b . ' K u V , 4 1 1 7 . ' A N c . c c ' N ' . 6, D - ' 5 . yy V 1 . I ' V K ' ' , . , v . , 1, . ' . ' ' 7 c ' ' . c ' .. L V l -4 C " ,7 C ' ' ' . H 'ac '. Z . . , -.1 ,i V1 5-g . . - Q -:Z ,147 a if ,' , 1554 575' 4' ' ' 1 ' ' ' FJ?':f,I'9' ,I . 5.7 ing ,mm -Q . - . F 1. -Y - w - -A 1 1 .- 11 E 1 QW., . Q M7 r .' - E' ' . ' ' , . - ,-XML. , - " Q ' '1 4 4 - 1 1 1 - I saes 1 - , A .. uf L r . ' ' .nba 1:55 "' ' A fl: i ATHLETICS Tennis KELSO SCHULTZ 'iKelly," the only Freshman on the team, came through with some wonderful tennis throughout the season. More will probably be heard of this youngster next year. ROBERT D. SANDERS, Captain "Bob" played the same steady, consistent game that has marked his playing in previous years. His slow, deceptive service has caused the downfall of many aspiring opponents. He was also Business Manager of the team. HUBERT MANNING ' Manning, in tennis is what he is in his every activity-a hard, steacly player, a sportsman, and a winner. ROGER DAWSON In the VVashington and Wabasli matches '4Skinny" dis of the best tennis shown by Millikin during the entire year played some One Hundred Seventy ATHLETICS Tenms l 92 l Lvu bmw txflllllb het 11110 '1 mpo1t 'tt lxllllllilll ext11o1cl111111ly good te 1111s h'1Ve been the rule Thu you was 110 except1o11 to the 1111 The team pl'1x ecl o11e of the suffemt schedulee th lt '1 Xllllllilll M1111 has evel fund Ill the lV'lbl111lgtOU 111 1teh some of the best playeu 111 the 1111dr.lle west xve1e met XVf15h111gto11 made 1 glean Qxveep of xll the 111'll1Cl'lLS Xt XX ah 1511 lllllllilll z1ga111 ran up "Lgl1I1Sl1 a 1e'xl tL11111b te1111 Sandals dI1Cl Xl11111111ff 111 doubles xx O11 the only 111fxtLh of tl1e cl1y fO1 M1ll1l1111 Ixuox was played 'tl Allllllxlll O11 the folloxvmv day llllllllxlll 1111cle a clean Sweep of all the 1111tLl1es 111 my of them hemg ot top l1L xvy HLOICS l11 the Qtmte TOl11llJ111C11tS S'1l1ClClb 'md D1xXVbOl1 xx 011 seuoncl plaee 111 the doubles They xx me defmted hx August'111'1 7 5 I 5 F -l Schultz 111 the smfflee xv'1s el1111111'1tecl 111 the e'11ly 101111419 31111111110 the otl1e1 ll1ll1lQ.111 Qmgles 1116111 lost 111 the 561111 l'll1 11s fX11ff11st'1na also xx O11 tl1e amgleb Faculty Tennls and Golf l92l P1ofeQso1 R15lex 1C1Jll.SC1'ltCCl Nllllllxlll "g'1111 tl11s xuu 111 both lC1l111Q 'md golf He d1d xxell 111 both GVC1llS hut xx as defeated we T P 4- One Ilundred qeventx One . 4 A. . ., Y -. ,Y 1 I C . . C I, y A, -C . L . Q 2 K, L ,x I '1 ,C . . J, ' - S. CJ 1-' 1- 1 r lf 1 . l 'xv '1 - sg s C C A. Ci. - C I . A I, ' . ' . . - .1 ' ' A. . c c . . L. " 'f' . 2 N -1 A 2 c A . rl "' El , 'N ' c 2 ' c A ' c . "' ' ly L 27 , V .J . ' . C J . .7 ' 7 P " - 'rl . I - V v. i . ' . 5 c '. ' D . K c , J c ' -f. Z ' K' AE f' ' f. , ' J -. 2 3 A ' , c 'K c c ' W '7 . ' x . , 7J.A A. A , 1 . - . "'-1 . -,-M ' .. c . c c, , , , , .-, . , b .4 cf c ' c l ' . , lc 6 ' 1" ' . . 1 I I Q I ' f ' v -1. -1 c .. . b c - . K . ' v4 ' -- ,, - .,. . .. . 1:13 ' ' Qi .- ww '- l . G ' ' I, -' N-: - lg ' 1 ' 3 ' 'Q 'B W- l 95 4 5. ,T 1 A ' rf , - - F' , - 5 . . 'l!5..L, M, 'Y I V' 4 7' WY: yn, . I . . I , 1. v - A. "1 J' ' ATHLETICS HAROLD R. SAMPSON Cheer Leader Let's give an OSKEE-WOVV-NVOVV for "Sammy"! ' This is Sammy's last year, what are we going to do without him. His cheer leadiiig at games and comic Work in Homecoming Plays are going to be hard to replace. He is one of our most popular men and full of the real Millikin pep and spirit. One Hundred Seventy-T'wo ATHLETICS a 1 Women s Athletlcs Women s Athletm League P1 eszdent LUCILT: BROWN Secretary DOROTHY D XVIS T1 CLZAZIVE7 GL xmas SANDEPS 4tl1Iet1c Managez HILLJN PAPIUINSON Asst Atlzlctw Manage: RUTH CARTER Admsor EMM x BATEO ROBLINS The XVOITICHS Athlgtlc Leavue has become a very actwe O1g'11117at1on at hlfllllllilll Itq pulpose 19 to p1OmOte the geneml physxml welfare of the Curl: and to e11cO111'1ge '!.lIl1l6t1C'5 'unong them The cllfferent sports of the yea1 are C2111'16Cl on tlnough thc Cl11CCl101l of the Athlenc League Qoccer football 15 a new spO1t at lvllllllxlll 'md has grown to be Vely populal 111 the l'1.st two years Class g'l111CS are L1SLl'lllj pl'1yed at the end of the socuel S6'lQO1'1 BaQket h'1ll comes the second semestex and 19 the moot popular SpO1t among the gn ls Afte1 a seabon of p1ac tice a toulnament IS held to detcrn11ne the Cl'12l1'I1P101'1Sl11p Ten1115 IS the Onlv SPOIT 111 Wl11Cl1 Nllllllilll glrlb C111 compete VV1lCl'1 other colleges Eaph 51311110 1nv1tat1onf. are Sent to O'lIl'IC1 colleges 111 the state fO1 the annual I11tC1C.OllCfg1 lte Tenms Tourn ament Tlns IS the fhst 37611 that the 01115 have been 1ep1esen1ecl On the Athletlu Board of Co11t1O1 Dorothy D'1V1S IS the 1epresentat1ve One Hundred Seveutx Three g . Q I , I unn 4 A ,l A L . 'A' "lf ' ....-.--..-. . -. .-... I 'X Aff' '.............. ' 'i x'QT 11 V 4,1 1l r .auanunvluunuu 4 V.-,' , 4, ,i f y f , Ji. i . - . . 1 n b ' c 4, 1 . . .C .C I - . . . - . . I 6 , 'c c . c . ' . ' . A '- .' ' ' ' . . R. A ' c ' ' ' c ' . c c 7 c ' ' c., . .. ' c , 1 M n H . . Q, A . . . .1. 1 1 ' , . ' , . . . . Q . 4 E -. . . . - c . 6 . . . ., Z - Q ' ' . C. '. A . . . 'y - b A - a C . , l l 1. ATHLETICS Delta Sigma Phi Baskebball Team Tau Kappa Epsilon Basket-ball Team OH1dq tI' ATHLETICS ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon Basket-ball Team Kappa Delta C111 Basket ball Team o H115 I' ' ATHLETICS The Basket-ball Games Scores in the tournament were as follows: T .K. E. .......... 9 K. D. X. .......... 9 K. D. X. .... 21 A.E.fID .... ...l2 7 A.E.fI1.... ...17 S.A.E.... ...29 S.A.E.... ...28 S.A.E..... ...13 K.D.X... ...2l A.2.f11.... ...... 16 9 The All-Star Game From the girls who played in the basket-ball tournament two all-star teams were chosen. These teams were given the significant names, the "Scotch" and the "Irish". The all-star game was played on March 31, and the Scotch lassies defeated the Irish colleens, 17 to 15. The game was refereed by Coach Leo John- son, and was full of pep from the start. Between quarters and halves a solo dance was given by Christine Busbey, and a gymnasium class of forty girlsgave a series of exercises. Tennis l 92 l The Tennis Tournament was played between three colleges, Bradley, VVes- leyan and Millikin. Millikin was represented by Florence NVarlield and Lucile Brown. The sets were refereed by Professor Risley. The scores were: Singles- Bradley defeated Wesleyan, 6-2, 6-4. Bradley defeated Millikin, 7-5, 6-1. DOUBLES- Bradley defeated Wesleyan, 6-2, 6-2. Millikin defeated Bradley, 12-10, 3-6, 6-4. One Hundred Seventy S x SATIRE Calendar A round moon of saffron shade was resting low in the sky just above the top of the garden wall. Slowly out among the shaggy hollyhocks I-Iis Catship with fiery eyes and black glossy fur came slipping, slipping, quietly tripping along the top of the wall. He seated himself pensively on the elevation and turned his back to the yellow moon. As he sat in the midst of the hollyhock emporium a lireHy Hitted from behind the slender aspen tree and ventured near. Favoring the small intriidler with some slight attention he chanced to veer his head in the right direction to catch a glimpse of a book lying open at his feet. "Ah, I wonder what this is," he queried. "Come here, young fireily, and shed some light upon this." "That I will do, sir, if you will read it to me", answered the firetly as he flitted down and alighted on the page. 'The cat read: "Ah ! This is called a calendar, but I see no calendar in it. A calendar would have weather predictions and signs of the moon. This has only dates and holi- days. I say, it's no calendar! Wfho left it here ?" "A young student, sir-one who was very much distressed. It seems that he was very much enamoured with a co-ed, and these pages bring back to him his lost happiness." "But why a calendar ?" "Read and I will explain." "Registration day." "That was the first day he saw her. The weather was somewhat unsettled." "Reception-H "I-Ie had an introduction. Cloudy in some portions. First quarter of the moonf' "Home Coming." "I-Ie idolizes her when she charms her audience from the stage in a daring costume. Hot and sultry." "Thanksgiving," "Another guy appears on the scene. The rival is making progress. Increas- ing cloudinessg last quarter of the moon." "Freshman dance." 'flilted and stays at home. Local storms." "May-day. Spring has come." "Meets rival on back campus. Thunder-storms, severe lightning, and damage to property." "Commencement day." "Goes home with a sad and heavy heart. Cloudy, but probably clearing." "And that is the Calendar and that is afcollege education," replied the en- lightened cat. . "I-Iow long will he read and re-read this calendar this way Pl' "Not long. In a few more weeks he will go back as a Sophomore and he will have dozens of calendars like this one, though not so long. "I-low wonderful it must be to learn so much that you can read the things that are not there. Do they all read with this insight ?" "Aye, verily, my dear sir, even the least of thesef' answered the fly, as he dodged the soft quick paw of the cat. and darted off into the night. HELEN RICI-IAIiDSON. One Hundred Seventy-Eight SATIRE. The Calendar of This Millikin Year 1921-1922 . SEPTEMBER Sept. 12-All the steadies meet the train and the year 4, . begins. Puzzle: VVhich are the Freshmen? Everybody ' i' is of the same shade of green under the new system of registration. The unknown quantity-your room mate. 1 , Sept. li!-Classes begin. Pan Hellenic calls special 6 meeting. Nobody seems to know what for but the Alpha All Cliis. Yewmehd ' Sept. 15-Dec comes out in weekly form. Let's give a , Hip, Hip, Hooray for Lois. 91.0 Sf Alpha Chis not so friendly to the new girls today. WH A peppery pep meeting and chapel sing. , UW Y. VV. lfValk-Out furnishes the first wiener roast of the season. And shlsh- how the watermelon dripped! Sept. 16-Mrs. VValker is disciplining the Freshmen early. Roast beef for dinner. The unknown quantity is not quite So X-ified by today. Sept. 17-Y. VV. and Y. M. reception. S1nile! Smile! Smile! Sammy just about initiates the audience into the Shifters. VVe know our seat-mates and we know some names, but-who's who? Sept. 18-VV' e all dine at lVestminster Church. Sept. 19-Mass meeting for girls in the chapel-something is going to hap- pen next week, but there's a slip in it some where. Miss Allin said so. Pi Phi Open House. The committee thinks it is an excellent Way to meet the new Freshmen. Sept. 20-Sorority rushing begins. No afternoon dates. The girls are all busy. ' Glee Club try-outs. Sept. 21-These September nights on the campus conflict seriously with the 7:30 rule. But whatcha gonta do about it? Can't help it! The Student Government you have with you always. Sept. 22-Class elections. Some good I. M. U. Politicians appear. Sept. 23-George Proctor elected president of Student Council. ,. I Dr. Ienney administers our first close of Millikin tradition. J 2 Eg? I . . e Alpha Chi Gmega goes around the world! 1 neu? Sept. 24-Tri Delt cabaret. VVhat's left for next week- ji end? t Sept. 26-The folks that built Millikin right next door to Fairview Park had a right idea of self-control. Those sunny paths on an autumn morning! One Hundred Seventy-Nine SATIRE. Sept. 29-Millidek Staff announced. . Sept. 30-Pep meeting for Shurtleff game with presentation of sweaters and trophies. Theta Gamma dinner-dance at Hotel Orlando. OCTOBER Oct. 1-Shurtleff vs. Millikin in the first football game of the season, and the whistle couldn't get enough breath for the score. Y. M. Men's Get-Together Luncheon. Pi Phi progressive dinner. Zeta Tau Alpha basket luncheon. Rushing ends. Thank goodness, say the men! Oct. 2-Aston Hall sits up all night to listen to Ouija, and goes, weeping, to bed, because l1Vilfred hasn't the kale to come to the Teke dance. Oct. 3-Alpha Chis don't go home for dinner. Some couldn't, others didn't Want to. Oct. 4-Delta Sigs and two boxes of chocolates call at Aston Hall. Alpha Chi Rushing causes much friendly feeling between the sororities. Oct. 5-Sororities Find out they got every one they wanted and did not want those they didn't get. Oct. 6-Pike Sullivan elected Freshman president. The ease and grace with which Mr. Henderson danced in his psychology classes was marked by many. 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Q9 A Y 5 'g ,EO .:. 4. 0 'I' E R E S I 0 2 0-'Q 'A' A 9 ,Q ., 4. -9 N' ' 93 92 ,fi .Safety De OS7f oxes or ent .9 .E. .zo 'g' -in 'z' 'E' 'Q' .,. . 3, A Rest Room for Laclzes .g. , '5' Q ':' it COHFCTCDCC Room Customers Room W f. ,5, 'Q .QQ 3 Everybozly Welcome 'S+ -Z' ':' 33 :fr . 4. 3 .v. nz, 4,,:,,s,,z,,:,,5,,5,,5,4,,g,,:,.g,,g,.:.4.4,,5.,:..:.4.4.4..1...:..g..g..g..g..5..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. g .g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..Q..g..g..j..g..g..g..g,.g..g..g..g. One Hundred Eighty-Two SATIRE. Oct 8 Mmlhkm beat De Kalk 63 0 Sorouty pledgmg The Jeweler stue makes a fottune on the Alpha Cns t 15 vear S A I pledgmg Oct lO Half hohday for Ameucan Leglon parade Hot tune IH the old Park that mght Oct ll State Commander McCauley of the A111Q11C11l LCg1Oll speaks tn chapel Oct 12 Separate chapel SCIVICCS for men and women Dr Con'tntt1lks1u Y VV C A Oct 13 Frosh complete class electxons How many more can you fL1IIl1Sll us, parental Sulhvans? Kappa Delts call at Aston Hall Dr'tmat1c Club tlyouts Oct 14- Stand up' Stand up' We chd at the Y lV Get Togethet banquet Oct 15 Rlllllklll beat Knot: 7 O 'tnd just lJ4,fOlL nndnlght at GrlC1ClCl'S well w eren t vou thele I 9 Oct 16 Who cl you go sttollmg w1th that Sunday C It I I aftexnoon Oct 18 Teke we1ne1 loast fot so1o11tV pledg A httle mote system ln tl'l11S pO1lI1llg the g1rls would f- fl lqmmgm have Wotked bctte1 But Q the numhets at come to Aston hall and evety gnl ctunches Tekc crackel jack D1 Conant and Wms Alhn guests 'tt the K A X house tot Cllllllil The famous collectlon of old boolts fOl1'l'lC1lj 9t3.f1OI'lLCl at the Kappa Delt house IS moved to the U11lVC1S1tjV L1b1a1y Oct 21 I-Sfl day Chap pull But not th1s t1mel Instead We escolt thc Augustana bound team to the Stcll.1Ol1 fox a good send oft Oct 27 And 1t wotked cause late thls afternoon the wlnstle blew tu enty wht tunes Oct 23 Todftg the v1cto1s came home v1a the tmnsfet house Hts VX 'tlkel 1CfLl1I1CCl flOl1'1 chtuch to End the gnls dxessed 111 V"l.l'lOLlS VVllfl lookmg costumes and havmg '1 lnlal 1Ol.lS tnne She stepped 111fO the loom and satd Vtfhat IQ tlns ffnls 1t doesn t look much hke a p1't5c1 meetmg No sud one of the gnls but we ate gomg to have that now Oct '74-Shetwoocl l2dd5 speaks 1n chapel on the plesent Wolld bllZ1.l2llllOl1 Shem ood Tddy tells us 111 tl1e evenmg how Bllllllxlll students 'ne to ftcc. that world S1'fl.l21lIlO11 Oct Z6-Fnst SlX xx eelt gmdes are out Oct 27 S A E calls at Aston llfall and Aston Hall becomes enamoted of the sm eetest HOWC1 beneath the sun ' One Hundred l'xgl1t5 Three . - I. . . - A h ' . . 1'-c . 7 1' . . , f - Q . . C . 1 . , Y L. S . ls. c C ' c ' c C c . fx Q, 1 . Zn. ' ' c ' I . 'T - ' ' El? . C C 1 . I 1 ...4 ' V - ' c ' . c "S - . ' . H . .H I . A . " ' ' c Af - X. . . n - . n A .J . , , C ., . . Q . v , - 5 - 1 Z 9 ' ., ' .. M S I - K , , 7 1 I . - . U S C 1' - P , t . ll 't . 'IM-"A 5 - . Q . - V ' ' " ' ' ' U es. . I . 1 n. I .C - - ' ' ffgb X I ' KQRQSN 4 1 " V . , .I .A Q , . wp? . 'A P Xgy' f. 7 ' NL. M Oct. 20-The monev and the monke -man - 'Of . . . h K ,J .f c , ' I - -S I., X - -. ' I . . ,. . L L, t C J ' ' x'. . ' ' ' ' 7 . . i c c c ' .SJ . A . l ' ' . . JS ."' r A' JH A . l . c - ' A K c " 'c ' '. ' ' 1. S . ...HT . I' ' l , y c WJ c . ' " - '- ec ' . . i C 7 . .. I lc - l V Q lf 1. MQ ' ' ' " 'N " ' ' C - . ' ., A- . I c l '. . ' . " ' c . , V . U . .. I . in , . - A- . ,, , I c . -, 6 -, , - c 7 . 0 :J 1 - A ' - . H , - , ,- Ja , c , , c c . . H -, ' 4 V ' c ' c ' ' , ' ' . - R. " 4 V C C . 'lu' '.' -7 ' 'c c . . -a. . '. ' . 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West S1de Square -1- 4' 'T' g 4 3, .a E+99qq4449++44+9+4+9+++9++yq++q+q++4++44+++++++++++4+4+4g+++ One Humlrcd Eighty-Four SATIRE Specmal pep meetmg for Home comxng Beheve I'1l be 1eserv1ng my curb space and watch that parade they'xe scrappmg OVC1 so much all of a sudden Try outs fO1 Home coming play Mrs Walker finds W'1lma Johnson p1ac t1c1ng hymns fO1 Sunday School Oct '78-Masquerade frol1c 111 gym Ye baubles and bells of Halloween Oct 29 Wrlhkrn defeats Rolla Mmers 7 O Remembe1 that mud be smealecl sm1le of Able sp Oct 31 Splrlts of St Aston' VVh1ther wandexed they that ghouhsh eve? And what souls ammated those spectral hfrures that 1nvaded street and hab1tat1on P Ask the S1g Alphs, the Tekes , the K D men, ask Prexy NOVEMBER No 1 Oh where, oh whele s the qlg Alph songbook Oh where oh whele can lt be? Tmder please retu1n No quest1ons w1ll be asked Nov 3 Aston Hall welner roast Honest, lt s kmda hard to look a decent og 111 the face thcse days Yov 4-D1 lla Landr1th lecttues on Atlas on the PVater Ufagmz Only one more week now Nlov 5 Thelma Scott and Esther Lrggs bleak the Worlds hzkrng 1eco1d by er zvallznq to Spungheld 111 fou1 hours Nov 7 Delta S1g open house It s gettmff thulllngly close to the date' lNox 8-Lhftpel Cl1011' appe'11: IIN Lsther and Thelma prefer to slt today thank you dim Foxcls must have taken an luhosprtable st1 eak K "' Nov 9 Ethel july memorrzes the mules and I'CgLll3.tlOl1S of Aston Hall and recrtes them to thc Aston Hall Student COL11'1C11 Specml emphasis was stressed on tacks 1n the wall ort Western utua Milwaukee WIS I1SllI'3I1C6 OIHPELI137 o,,.,,,,,,.,-11857 2050: r" Tze Dlvrcfencl Paymg Company o merrca E99 D7SfT7Cf Agents Macc Sh lby and Col s Count u 517 Mlllxkzn B ldmg 'RMI 4' r "tv" r 5 " 'Wi' rr. rrfd' 'A' One Hundred Lxghtx Inc 4..9.g..g..g.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..'. , ,.g..j. 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'n' those cunning white kitty-cats? 'n' our pretty football team? They decided to put Armistice Day at Home- v coming time this year to add to our festivities. Wle appreciate it very much. " 'Tis the night before .... . ..,... " C ' K i b at t ' Nov. 12-Home-coming chapel exer- cises with band appearing in new uniforms. "See our drum-majorg say, donlt he look swell!" S. A. Ifs won the cup, but "the path of glory leads but to the grace." Ask some Aston Hall girls who got the thrills of that parade. Wfesleyan game played at Staley field, 7-7L Fraternity Home-coming reunion dinners. Glad to see you back, Old Timer. Nov. 13-Y. WT. Sandwich Sale. Nov. 15fGay MacLaren presents Three lflfisc Fools. Millikin meets Dad Elliott. Nov. 16-Dad Elliott gives chapel and evening addresses. Nov. 17-Goody, it's tea-time. Pi Mu Theta, as always, introduces the Millikin Thursday tea. Nov. 19-Aston Hall's never-to-be-forgotten dinner dance at the dormitory. Tri-Delts have charge of Candyland. Nov. 20-Eternal question-Are you a Shifter? Nov. 21-Frosh caps instituted at I. M. U. lft's high time. Nov. 22-Millikin women set standards of conduct. From now on 'twill be a cautious l-2-3- step! and look out where you step. Nov. 24-Thanksgiving Day. There was so much else that we really werenit particular about being thankful for that game with Lake Forest. Helen "Park" and Esther Biggs say they had a high time in the afternoon, and a higher in the evening. High times in low places. CNote: See Dean Wfalker for information about the evening. Heavens! not about the afternoon U Nov. 25-Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae dance at Elks Club. Nov. 26-Mrs. Holt entertains the Tri Delts with a dance at her home. Nov. 28-Basket-ball season opens. Organization of intra-mural boys, basketball. Tri-Delt bazaar. Millikin Fire! Great crowds rush to University. Damage amounted to 31000. One casualty-an umbrella. Nov. 29-Augusta Cottlow and Carlo Sabatini give joint artist 1'ecital. All Millikinites visit Mrs. Machan's ofhce to see the results of the fire. One Hundred Eighty-Seven SATIRE DECEMBER Dec. 1-Freshman tea. Nice decorations, Dorles. I Dec. 2-Social evening of the Dramatic Art Club at Kaeuper Hall, during which Sammy goes a-nutting. Football banquet and the election of Captain Schroll. Dec. 3-Aston Hall bobbed its hair this afternoon, and All the Maidens' pleadings And all Dorles' pain Can never put Humpty-Dumpty together again. Sophomore dance. Dec. S-Claribel McBride bobbed her hair. Dec. 6--First exchange fraternity dinners. Dec. 9-Millikin delegates, eighteen strong, depart for Greenville on the Illinois Central. 1:30 P. M. Greenville delegates hunt for Lincoln's footprints before the courthouse in Vandalia. 5:30 P. M. VV'hy does Alsace call Tom Edwards "Roomie." Dec. 10-Junior Prom. The greatest moment of a girl's life! Dec. 11-S. V.'s come home from Greenville only seventeen strong. Nlfes- leyan has the eighteenth. But you ought to be grateful to us, Gladys 5 just think who saw you safely on your way. Dec. 12-Students Bazaar under Pi Mu Theta. ' Dec. 15-Noel! Noel! Noel! Christmas Vesper Ser- A 6 'W vice in the auditorium at 4:30. Those who attended will al- P 'X ,j:'.:Li ways remember it and we couldnlt possibly describe it to the - i:i:::g:n:1 others. It was the Spirit of Christmas itself. -X 31-15:-'v Prexy must have been sitting in a draught. Ca-ca-choo! Dec. 16-Alpha Chi men's basket-ball team wins intra-murals. Dec. 17-Merry Christmas! WV rite to me! Good-bye! Much belated Student Directory appears. Dec. 18-Home, food and sleep. .g..g..g,.g..5..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4.4..gs.5.,5..3.g..5..g.4.4.4.4..g..g..g.4.4.4..g..g..g..g.4..g,4.4..g.ag..g..g..g..g.4.4..g..g.4..g..g..5..g..g..g..g..g..i: 'Z' 'g .g. v College Men Prefer Hart Schaffner 81 Marx Clothes DROBISCH-KEISER co. 6, 4. 4. 129 North Water Street 4- 'Q' Y. 'X' f?-:w:--:-':'-:-'z--:--2-was-'fszwzffe'-z--zferfz--z":fe-'za-:wa-av:-04.4,-:pea-r-:Y-x--we-:Q-:Asz--:'+':--:--:ww--saJr-z--2-vzfefksesx--ea-+ve One Hundred Eighty-Eight SATIRE JANUARY Ian 3 Back to Alma Mater to recuperate from the 11ol1days That 10 30 rules not half bad maybe after all jan 4-Student Volunteex delegates make conference 1epo1ts at 1011112 Y NV and Y M 111eet111g Ian 9-M1l11l111 20 vs St V13t0TS 19 Every day It seems as 1f some n1a11 loses l11s frate1n1ty pm 1111 10 V e1a Poppe celhst and l1er accon1pa111st g1VC a11 evemng of 111us1c an 11 How long O Cl'1'1LlCC1 11111 you co11t111ue to abuse our pahence? Hou long Wlll tl11s Conantmn fremy consume 0111 shength? Does 11ot the 1'1l1Cl 111gl1t O11 spe11t ove1 you tl11s mght does 1101 the wan appealance of these students do not these shame you? Ian 12 Dr Charles W G1lkey of Ch1ca0fo s eaks 111 chapel Y W C ll r b P o ege ea an 13 Knox vs Mllllkln Ian 14-l'11st annual Aston Hall dance an 17 Popul'1r1ty contest W3Sl1t 1t a rehef to get tl11s book 111 yO1ll hands at last? One po111t l1oodoo descends Wabasl1 21 vs 111111111111 Z0 Tan 19 That 111111019 Came' Has yOLlI throat ever felt 110111131 smce? Tl1at t1111e tl1e 0116 po111t score was as t1'1111l11'10' as a v1cto1y Faculty tea jan 20-Glee Club goes to IIarr1stovxn 111 bobsleds How d you l1ke the costumes Ha1r1stow11 It 1111115 Potter s house evel 131.11115 never Illlfld The CO1111111ttCC resolves to study for exams Ian 22 just befole tl1e finals Mother I a111 th111k1ng most of you F11 f1o111 Spamsh French and Latm Rather learn to bake and stew 111111116111 chclnt lose a basket ball game by a 01161301111 SCO1C O11 tl11s date There was no11e an 23 Exams' Ylnovx I l1ke the Way tl11s 11eW schedule sort o eases up on us J Ian 24-l21v1111ser' CVVOHCICI 1f l was 11ght about tl11s hele schedule D Tan 25 llxamscstl CI h1te th1s schedule Tau 26-l:X'1111S agam' CD61 11 the tl'11110'W a11 27 Rnd 111o1e exams ahead' Shovs me the man that thought up that schedule and I ll Ian 28 And the evenmff 'md tl1e 11101I11I'lg XVCIC 1116 51Xtl'l day Thus the to1111e11ts of exams wx ele 11n1shed and all the host of them Ian 29 And on the seve11tl1 day tl1e Faculty e11ded tl1e work 11 l11cl1 tl1ey l1ad n1ade 'md I suppose tl1ey lested on the seventl1 day One H1 1 d fhghtw 'Nxne . 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'Q 4 v 54 Q Q 4.4 J. v 54 Q 4 .9 2- t'o SATIRE Ivespel SCIVICCQ 111 Ivleuper Hall M1 Owen t1avel111ff sec1eta1y for the Student vO1Ll1'1lfCC1 1110ve111e11t speaks Ian 'Sl Tl1e1ed headed VVOIITIII mqunes for Jane Beware lXI1l11k1n' Bar you1 do01s Aston llall' Not each of us could be '1 Lo1s when occas1o11 1111frl1t den1a11d M1ll1l 111 plays XVesley an at BlOOl111I1gtO11 The one po111t hoodoo swung our Way tO111g11l2 New 5611165161 begms FEBRUARY A TPUE STOR1 Feb l DO11111 L1o1111 111 tl1e Cllllg S1016 afte1 gl1nc111g t111011gl1 a I ad1es IIOIHG 101111111 O11 the COLIHICI I want '1 teddy beal 1 A1cl11t Round eyed sta1e No1111'1 O11 I 11164111 a polar beal Arclne IS a qe111le1nan 'md l1e PlOVlC1CC1 tl1e bluslnng H13.1f.1C11 w1tl1 o11e of those delectable new tongue tw1sters c'1lled tl1e Pola1 oy Feb 2 101111 TOXVIILI F1eder1clx 1tCfllICS 111 tl1e aftemoon a11d CVCI'11I1g' 1n the Hrst of tl1e 1111111 t1clcet ser1es Feb 3 l211gl1sl1 Club lunches at the Yellow Lantern NV1lZl1 Dr P1 CC1Cl'1C1C Feb 4-9 A I VI'1lC11lC11'lC 1110111131 P1 P111 ea1 cl p11ty at tl1e A1t Insntule U of I Crlee Club concert at Bfllllllilfl D1 Conant does not 111eet l1er classes on account of 1llneSs Feb 6 The 1301311111 song of tl1e Delta S1gQ Wfhat IS 1101116 NV1t11Ol1ll a ILII 11'1ce Feb 7 C1eo1ge P10cto1 accepts 1305111011 as l1b1'u1'111 He IS asked to resxgn thanks to John Buks and M1ss PFICC Feb 8 I-Iar1y Lauder c0111es r r 103111111 111tO town Feb 9 IUHIOI Te'1 Cneus Parade Dean sa1d Lack of APPIICILYIOII So some left 011 '1 vacat10n And v1l1'1t s left of us ale lucky that we IC l1e1e Feb 10-Tent opens at 7 OO P M Caged 11111113.15 f1C2lliS of l1un'1a11 natule every tl1111g 111 the s1de shovss Nl l1o put that CIFCLIS on anyu ay 1116 Y XV Ol 132111111111 and 1311163 V Feb ll T11 Delt formal Zeta Ta11 1111t1at1on Delta S10 1n1t1at1on IVI1Qb Allm and IXLIISQ C0rz1ne Jo1n tl1e l1osp1tal ranks Feb 13 General Pe1sl11ng spoke at the Transfer House S A 12 1r11t1at1o11 1' eb 1-1-V 3.1611111185 Day Aston Hall resembles a e0111b1nat1on of a con fect10ne1y shop a11d a greenhouse Om, Ilundred Nmetw One - N- A . . . , I, I Y - . - . 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L Feb 19 Is 1t fO1 obse1vat1o11 of Psy cl1olog1cal tralts O1 15 tl1e photo play bus111ess 0 mg to Wm a 11161111361 of 0111 faculty one 12111110 s111e Prof IICl1ClCl9Ol1 IQ havmg tl1e t1111e of 1115 l1fe 111 tl1at th11d llOOl Sl.1lCl1O Feb 20-Alpha Clll Omeva 1111113.11011 111111111 Houghton 1S all dressed up today 111 ant1c1pat1o11 of havmg her p1ct11re taken 101 tl1e M1ll1delc Peb 21 Aston Ilall g1VCS the annual IV "lSl11I1Q1OI'1 'lea 5611101 1JlOg1'6SS1VC class P3115 -Tumor 11111 party at L111COll1 Square and to tl1e Canton Tea Galilell LOIS and Challes leave for VVash1ngto11 D C Feb 22 C1eo1be must have been bo1n at 10 20 A M That s when vxe al xv Lys begm to celebxate 171711161 I-Ia111pden p1esents Hamlet and the Tu,7m11q of the S111 ew M15 VValker "L1tC1'lClS tl1e Dean s Confelence 1n Clncago 1' eb 23 I eta Tau Alpha Tea Swede Swanson moves 110111 S A E house because of t11e d1phtl1e11a qua1 entme I'eb 24-Pan Hellune banquet at tl1e Yellow L 111116111 Tlns 5 ea1 the Alpha Clns and the T11 Delts headed the scholarslnp hst bCgl1'11111'1Ql' at the bottom WI1s VVall1er ICCCIX es faded 1LlOVSC1S a11d telegram f10111 Daddy and othe1 s L1ttle IIe1pe1 M1 Dye1 can ,awe full pa1t1cula1s Peb 25 Theta Ga111111a 1111112111011 Kappa Delt 1' 01111211 Pub 28-Lols and Cha1les return f1o111 IX ashmgton LOIS 1S on the verge of a neuous lJ1C'1lxClOXXI'l P001 Cha1les' 0111' sympathy MARCH IXIHICII 1 M1 IIarts S S class party 111 the 'VVest1n111ste1 Cl'lL11Cl'1 NITICI1 2 D1 Pe1 cy Boynton speaks on AIXICIICHII Speeth and Ma1111e1s P1 P111 Tea One II1111d1ed lx uety Three 4 '- . . -. . 1 . - . 1 l . 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March 5-If anything funny happened along about this time we were all to busy to get the joke. March 10-Sig Alph Stag. March ll-Sig Alph Formal. "I-lorray !" shouts the bell girl at Aston Hall, upon beholding the Tower clock. "Now what dater can complain that it wasn't yet eleven by her Watch F' March 12-The Tekes are going to have to quit'using the back campus if Aston Hall doesn't pull down the shades, so says Sammy. March 16-Ruth Chatterton presents "Mary Rose" at the Lincoln. March 18-Theta Gamma semi-formal dinner dance. March 20-Dr. Hugh Black comes to the First Presbyterian church. March 21-Girls B. B. tournament opens. Teke Formal Dinner Dance. Velma Colbrook pledged A A A. March 22-Alpha Chi Formal. Ruth Shuman elected Y. XV. C. A. president. Kindergarten youngsters entertain us in chapel. March 23-F rank McGlynn appears in Abraham Lincoln. Special car to Springfield to hear Fritz Kreisler. S. A. F.. Tea. March 25-Helen Hayes appointed Editor and "Pinky" Hurtt, Business Manager, of the Decaturian. The Committee Wishes to congratulate 'iPinky" for being the iirst Teke to hold oflice since 1915. March 26-It's something to have a brother that's a Teke. March 30-Lew Sarett offers a magic evening to Millikin. Theta Gamma Tea. "Shure now, and do ye think the Irish will bate ?" "'Wha can tell, man, wha can tell?" And nobody could tell from the performance given in chapel. March 31-But today: Ah, laddies, ye ken weel there's naw gettin' aroond the Scotchman when he's fighting for the pladie. Death of Dr. Tyler. APRIL April 1-April Fool. Aston Hall ate dinner with knives. XV e have to put up with these practical jokes this one day of the year. I A Pi Phi Formal. Everyone admitted that it certainly was April Fool when Lois Engleman Walked in. Charles Mills and Frank Peers are proud parents of a new Ford. 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V:-1-1-:-:g 55:11:31 3.34. 53232523532 - OMEN WHO LIKE to choose from varied, comprehensive stocks of merchandiseg who wish to be certain that the things they choose are fine in quality and high in value, consider this store first when plan- ning their purchases, for experience has proven that the carefully 51"-ie?-fe selected articles that comprise the great stocks here are fine in every detail. And prompt, courteous, intelligent service makes shopping here pleasant indeed. Just now, when thoughts are turning toward summer clothes, especially interesting collections have been assembled in the apparel sections, and in the millinery section. The smartest of the new things, for sport, street and dress wear are here in groups from which nothing essential to the mode is lacking. WILLIAM GUSHARD COMPANY One Hundred Ninety-Eight v SATIRE. gi 'Mu Theta pledges wear white and pledge ribbons. am. April 26-Spring Festival of Music. St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Childrens Chorus. afternoon. April 27-Oratorio Choir presents New Earth and Tale of Old Japan. April 29-Pi Mu Theta Dance. ' MAY May 3-Millikin-Tokio Day. May 5-Men's Glee Clubs give home concert. May 6-Freshman Dance. Interscholastic Meet. May 13-Foundefs Day. Student Council Dance. May 15-Girls' Glee Club Concert. May 16-Marjory Maxwell, Soprano, gives concert in Auditorium. May 19-Sanders Oratorical Contest. May 20-junior-Senior Party. May 25-Senior Play. May 27-Senior Dance. JUNE June 3-Dramatic Club Play. june 4-Baccalaureate Address. june 5-Class Day. june 6-Commencement, Congratulations and Best Wishes to Class of 1922! .94.4..g..',4.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..5.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..3..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4.4.4..g..g.4.4.4..g..g..g.4.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4. on -X4 5. -'Q -E' '32 if: f C D 'I' .g. orrect ress Og: ee S for W amen 252 4, .'. -2- 'C For the smart oun Miss who seelcs in her a arel that outhful 9. 2 3' 3. If: "Collegiate" touch, we have trim little outfits at astonishing low prices Q. Iii .,. . 3' 151 North Water Street Decatur, Illinois 2: E: Q 1 1 9 Q 9 V Q U 9 'i"I"!''Z''Z"i"I"!"5"5''5"X"Z"Z''!"I"Z"2"2''Z''1""'Z''IMI''Z''5''S'4''!"5"!"3"1"I"!"!"s"2"!"!''ini''4''!"v'r'f'!"!"i"!''r'5"4"."."r'.".' One Hundred Ninety-Nine SATIRE. 'Q"5"Z"!''ini'405''50501''Q''ini''5''2'405''X"Z"i"i''2"!"5"!"5"l"5"2':i"5"5"f"5"2"5"3''5"i"5"!"5"5"5"2"!"5"5"5"5"5"5"5"f''5"i"I"I"Q bil 064 -5. 4. .g. -2- 4' F Y C ' 'X' :EI is 01' Oul' Unvenlence 'a '+ o e Y jj C O 1 1 e A Store Directory '5' 'i' 'I' 'i' 'I' , 'f' Sl lp 1 FIRST noon ' '.' . . ' -3- -IQ Books Office Supplies A Kodalcs 'E' 'S' 'SI School Books Stationery Novelties Ig: 2, 3, Wedding Invitations Visiting Cards .f. Q. .2 ' 3, ,gf BASEMENT 131 :EI Sporting Goods. Tennis-Golf-Baseball 5, Q, Sweaters-Sport Shoes--Clothing Q. 'S' 'I+ Toys and Games fall the yearl 'I' f A . ,v. E smlants in Party Favors and Decorations it O 4 5 8:0 Your 4. ' SECOND FLOOR 1 OZ, 'E' B rg Edison Phonographs Gift Shop 'E' 'Q' ' Recital Hall. 5 Booths Novelties ofAli Kinds " 'SI Pictures and Frames 3. 82. Pictur: Framing a Specialty 6, 'I' 'I' THIRD FLOOR 'f' .'. 1. Jw in 3. REPAIR DEPARTM ENT'AIlMakes of Foun- 'I' .ff .io tain Pens Repaircd. Type writers Repaired. 'E' lv 1 - J. Phonographs Rlpaired and Tennis " vi' csv Rackets Restrung tg' 'Q ' 'il 3' Ig. Student SGIVICG Ig. ,ag 5 5 . 53 HAINES 5? ESSICK .g. .g,. .,. .:. .:. BOOK AND ART STORE .9 Q f ,x, 31 ji 217 N. WATER sT. 3' vi' 'I' 5..g..g..g..g.4.4.4..g..5..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. .g..g..g..g..g..g..g..3..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..5..g..g..g.4.q..g.4..9.g..5..g..g..g..g..g..3..g. 120102.-fn1u1..1..Q .iz ., .0 Y ',. rg. 4. .g. 'I' 'Q' 4:1 vi' sz. 'Iv .g. .1 4. .g. .4 . rf: 'K' '5' 4. 4. .5 .f. ng use . .,. IVIACON COUNTY COAL CO. . . .. 5. .g. of? og: .. . .f. .f. .g. .g. .g .9 4' 'Q -f TELEPHONES2 MAIN 77 AND 78 .1 5. J. :fo -fe FORREST FILE, Geri. M Y. 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A 7 U 5 V , ' ' ' e. 1 SATIRE talking to each other about how much they have to do 5 or again to see the post- man leave a whole pile of perfumed letters in little blue edged envelopes sealed With gold-wax crests upon the conservatory office desk,-and then to see the maiden and bachelor members of the faculty creep quietly downstairs, fondle one. or two of these precious Hbillets douX" and hasten away to their studiog and don't you laugh to see the bluffs, the indescribable bluffs that are pulled-sometimes rather unsuccessfully-in classg and I tell you I think it is probably well that the office has a sign "Business" over its door, for I spent several hours in there, and left with aching sides from laughing at some of the veritable cases on that dignilied force. But give me a pen, I-Ia, I must write fastg for coming down the hall I met Sammy-and now I have an all night's job." So now in the following pages We have copied down the fun And all the foolish, silly things That I-Ia says We have done. JOHN TAYLOR. W S I A QIIC I Shlek - Two Hundred Two SATIRE Jokes "He that falleth in love with himself shall have no rivals."-T. Dale' Yoder. "Things forbidden have a secret charm."-Aston Hall Girls. "I-Ie who knows little soon repeats it." "Une 'hour's sleep before midnight is worth two after itf'-'Wann. COLLEGE ETIQUETTE Strolling may continue until 10:29 P. M. No auto rides unless properly chaperoned. Dates with one girl are limited to eight a week. Girls shall keep gentlemen callers waiting at least twenty minutes. It shall not be etiquette for a college girl to feed a man caller on candy sent her by another. College women shall not make more than two dates for the same night. Girls shall not exchange beaux without the consent of the men. They met upon the steps. I-Ie kissed her. HI beg your pardon 3 I beg your pardong I beg your pardon! I thought you were my sister." "Don't mention it," she said, f'Don't mention it." Again he kissed her. The light came on. Great Scott! It was his sister. "I-Iow do you like that cigar I gave you, old man? For 200 bands of that brand they give you a Victrolaf' "So? If I smoked 200 of those cigars I wouldn't want a Victrola, I'd want a harp." Dr. Conant: "VVhat is the fundamental difference between verse and poetry." T. Alexander: "If you can understand it, it's verse, but it you can't, its poetry." "Oh, I can't thread this needle" VV as Betty Landonls cry, "just as the thread is going through The needle Winks it's eye." BLUFFER'S LEAGUE Chief High Blulter ....................,.......... Mike I-Iiser Assistant Cohorts ..............,.. Snake Bowman, Jesse Birks Charter Members. .-Edward Lindsey, Marj. Lowry, Vernon Hale Candidates for Admission ....... All Law and Education Students OI-I! AL Thelma Elliott: HI got a 1112111 but I won't tell his name. 'Cause your man and my man might be the same." Two Hundred Three SATIRE. Two Hundred Four SATIRE SHORT LOVE STORY Maid one Maid won Made one. Dr. Smith-CSociologyj : "W'hat did you say, Mr. Kilgore ?" Kilgore. suddenly rousing: l'Nothing, Sir, I mean I was only talking in my sleepf, ' Vtfhen Aston IfIall ran to the hre. not all the girls were fully dressed. Some- where in the dark, HI-Iere coinesean auto!" -Iosephine S.: "Let me get next to a post." And then she quickly stepped behind I-I. Clark. AINIT IT THE TRUTH! Emma: "VV hy do you want three of tl1e same books saved P" John Tinnon: "They are for me and two other girls." Dr. Smith, patting his stomach, remarked: "It's way down in the subcon- sciousnessf' Never did know where that thing was before. HE VVASNT ALONE V. Colbrook: 'iVVonder what Mr. I-Iart's getting out of this lecture. E. Biggs: "I bet I know. Getting tired." Dotty clark to shoe clerk: "I want some shoes for gymf, Clerk: "Certainly, is he your husband or little brother, Miss ?" C. Barnett: 'tDid you find the salt air bracing when you were crossing the Atlantic? I heard that the sea was good for a man." I-I. Hunt: "Yes, it certainly calls forth all that is in a fellow." C. SMITHS SOLILOQUY I want to be tough, I want to smoke and chew, I want to run around at night, Like the other fellows do. D. Yoder: "lWel1 ........ .'? Prof. Casey: UF111 not digging for water, I want information." "Have you ever seen the Prof. who continually shakes a piece of chalk in his hand with that distinctly "seven, come eleven" motion P" Yes, we have. Perhaps psychology causes itf' "A girl in town is worth six in the Dorm."-I-Ioskins. 'iDon't worry, all women are like street cars: there's always another one along in a minute."-Cokie. Two Ilundred Five t SATIRE 4''Q''ini''QNSWX''ini''I''Z''Z''i"I"2''ENE''Z''24'ini''E''K''!"!"i''Zvi''!"2"Z"5"E"Z"!''!"!"5"2"Z"!"!'+i"5"2"2"i'-Z''X"Z"Z"I"I'-X"i"!"2"5"2'-P . 2' 'f O R. D C ecatur rug ompany 3: .g. 4. E Iliinois' Greatest Qrug Store 23 -2' -If JE. .g. Z i 2 'i' 'X' Un f'f Cl Q. fl? Q FT Q Q Q. 'U Q O E. f'f 14 5 Q Q.. FD Cn Q S Q. PP' FD Q. .g..g..g. The Largest and Best Equipped Drug Department in the Central West. Zi: If: Sanitary and Careful Compounding of Prescriptions. -2 I A Toilet Goods Department unexcelled for the excellence of its stock and 'Q- 2. its wide variety of modern beauty aids and toilet necessities. 12: -E: A Cutlf-ry Department in which are handled all the popular makes of safety -I' Ig, razors, blades, stroppers and other shaving necessities. 3 'gf A Complete Rubber Goods Department, handling only the highest grade -5' "' and most depenable lines. - "' .9 1 ' .g. ME: An up-to-date Drug Sundries and Stationery Department. 'Q' A . . ." Q Free Automobile Delivery without extra charge. .f. if We are in business "for your health." You will find here, courteous, 3: .g. prompt and helpful service. Make this your drug store. 4. .9 4. . 4' 5 2 E Q O O O Y P V 9 Q V I Q f Q 9 Q Q 9 O O O .EQ ,. .5..g..g.q..g..g..,..g..,..,..g.4..g..,.g.4..5.g..5..3..g.4..5.4.4.4..g.4..,..g..4..,.,4.wg..g..g..,..,..,.4..,..,.,4.4.4..,.,.g..,.g..g..,..,v,--50.5. .5 ff .g..g..g..g. 'Z' g. .g..g,.5..g..g. .g..,g..g..g..g,.g..g..g,.g..g.. .94 4.4..g..g.4.4..g..g..g..g.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..5. 0 mend F W E F'mQ?lUggOZl17 P 3559222222 so 13 U 'PU SUSE E E 0 Sm a 3254 a gg PII Q V05 w E P1 Q me V' W 4 'dvi-'Q G l-4 i f'l- m 0 H08 QQ E y-A. cn gm 73 C' Q D tri in E " UQ faoeivdel Q U1 U Qc Oewsszows E Clrsif,-:1Z"'1l-lC,. CD ru 'zJ+T,e,.u-' HUHA iw H ZZWCL HV m an Smoitcwirgfi N tfj :O eiwmmms is f- was of 30455 rf T 0 v QSWQQ Q v-4 F17 J sw az is V f O gl Ulla CHQ, 1-121 ,f' 3. 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Dear Dad: I am asking you for some cash sooner than I had hoped. but you see several things have come up-books, dues, laboratory fees, room rent, etc. Please send me a check for eighty dollars. Respectfully, Your Son. My dear Son: I received your special today and am enclosing the amount you asked for. I was in college once myself, you know. . lfVith love, Dad. P. S. Is she good looking? . Pat: "Phwat was the last card Oi dealt ye, Mike ?i' Mike: "A spade." Pat: "Oi knew it was, Oi saw ye spit on yer hand before ye picked it upf, Dean placing an empty plate. a knife and a fork before her. "This is Aston Hall dinner." Dear Mother: I1Vill you send me a watch right away? I just got elected secretary of the Freshman class and they said I had to keep the minutes. ' Your son. Helen Clark on returning to the Hall after a week end at home brought the Dean a chicken wing. Mrs. VValker enjoyed it in silence a minute and then said, "XVhen are you going home again, Helen ?" Q Louise G. sinking on her bed with a deep sigh. "NVhats' matter ?" Louise: 'Tm dead tired, we were supposed to get an idea from a faculty member and write a theme on it. I've talked to Miss Dunlap for two hours and I haven't a single idea yetf' ' Two Hundred Seven SATIRE -an 'f' 4. '5' '?' nga '5' 'Z' fi Jo 4 '5' 'i' .g. '5' 'E' qv 4' .g. 'i' '5' 'Q' 'Y' '3' 'mf' 'i' 'i' ago 'I' '2' 'E' '5' ofa ofa 'Y' 'I' 'Q' 'E' of .QQ 'T' 'fe' '5' 'Z' Q.. 'T' ozw '2' of: 'f' '5' 5. 'I' '5' Q? 54 'I' .9 'T' '5' wi 'I' w -:Q '+ J. - 2 MSL Your Grocer for 131 ., 4, Iii ' '51 Insist on ettfn 'Z' 'X 9 9 -2' lg -1- 152 3 FLOU R '!' -1- CORN MEAL ' 53 'E' 4.4. 4. . :Q jg Dlamoncl Crown 33 1? HORSE. POULTRY 3: C C1 G A -gl '8 E me DAIRY FEEDS pg anne 00 S 53 'I' ' 'X' 3. '21 . Z anal G Old 6 I1 '3- Ig. 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EARL WEATHERFORD, President 2,1 -:- aj 3 'E"i"5"i' 'Iwi' '!"2"i"I' 'I' '2"!"!"f' '2"2' 'i"5"Z"I"i"5"5"5"2"2' 'i' 'EE:Z"i"I"Z"!' 'K' 'I' '1"!"i"!"i"2"!' 'Z' 'E' 'K' ff' '5' 'Z' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'Z' 'X' 'I"I' 'Iwi' -2' .3 5 'Q' Az- Li' 'I' 'fr ' ' 'i' Elhs W. Armstrong T H E Z E L L E R 542 DRUGGIST CONFECTIONERY 52 MI- 'E' 'S' Tzu, RZM71 ,Store 2? 1.35 sow. oakland 351 .g. l- 0:0 fx. '? '53 A R '1' JEWEL, In Odor and SANDQSQQQ Kfygng INKS 3.23 LIGGETT CHOCOLATES 131 131 ff 231 WE CATER TO AUTO TRADE if .E DECATUR. 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'I' 4. it Used Cars Bought and Sold xg' -2 II. 314 - 316 - 318 East Main street E DECATUR, ILLINOIS .L ip++44q4g44+Q44449+494+444994949Q9Q9+9g9++++++++9+q++q444+q? av 1 121 'I' .5 Z +20 4. fig FRANK CURTIS CO. 5: Q. 3. 33 .J EWELERS it DIANIONDS .Q JEVVELRY - CHINA 1? iQ++g+4g9QQQ94+44+4Q949Q4+44444+4Q+449++9Q++9+49+++9Q9+g+q9i 15: use Q? 03- ' '5- '4' lf qou want a beautiful and 'S' 'f D D I 'f' dn even er true Photograph qo to I I Dan Deventer in the Standf 3 V ard Life Building who has jg 'S' Standard 1-If-E Bulldmq a National re utation as a V IDecatur - lllinois - - ' - 2 leader In hls professlon Q- C 5 aff o'v 4, 'S' 2,+qg4449494944544++4g44g+++4+Q++44+++yQ++q4q4+9+gg+g+4+q++? 0.-O 252 SPECIALISTS in FOOTWEAR for YOUNG FOLKS -:Q -4+ +9 D , D 4' 4 , g. 2 V A I H . VCD I C311 T3 eznvorfb 142-,ref .Sa '-' 'Shoes fzaf.saff51y" 9 ? Iii SNAPPY NEW STYLES IN QUALITIES THAT WEAR 4 n 2? g++++4+4944+44444+49+444+4+44gg44+q4++++4g+g44Q++q4g34494442 Two Hundred Ten SATIRE. l -...Ti THE NEW MUELLER TUB SHOWER FAUCET "'Z"Z"Z"Z 'Z' 'Z"Z"Z"I' "'Z"' "' """" 'Z"Z"Z 'Z " 'Zw' 'Z"Z"Z 'Z"Z Z' Z"Z"Z"Z 'Z"Z"Z"4"Z"Z"Z'-Z"Z"Z"Z"x"Z 'Z"Z"Z"Z" 'Z 'Z""'Z" 'Z"Z"Z"Z"4' 5 'Z"Z 'Z"Z"Z"Z"Z"Z"Z' Z' 'Z' 4. 'Z' 'Z 'Z' .g. 'Z' .g. 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' '2' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' .g. 'Z' 5. 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 5. 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 4. .Y 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 4. 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' 'Z' .g. -2' .,. 'Z' 5. .,. 'Z' 'Z"Z"Z"Z"Z"Z"Z' W1th tl11S new mventlou you can have either a tub or shower bath hot, cold or tepld any hour just ralse or depress the little knob thats all you have to do to get Water through spout or spray and for shampoomg there IS nothlng llke lt J Its the newest plumblng fittmg and everybody Wants lt H MUELLER MFG Co DECATUR ILL NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO Two Hundred Eleven 3 N.. l 1 ,. A X I N I . 1 . - l I' , f l . ' l I l . -Z . 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Your relations with this agency are always 'g' Q. treated confidential. 5. 55, 'X' .5 .9 - A -:Q O DECATUR, 5. 3: M Q C 0 N E L S N Q ILLINOIS Qi. 3. Telephone Main 4019 XV 31 440-441 standard Life Bldg. EQUITABLE LIFE OF IO A 55. v .g. 4- .g. Jn 0, .23Vg..g..g.4.45..guy4.4..3..g..5..p.g..g..g..g..g..g.4..3..g..g..g..g..g.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.g Q ' ' g g gk 3.4.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.:fg: 'Q 0 . 3 3: J' fo -is .f. -1- ' 4. .g. I .3 I 'S' . I fzf Comphmenis of , 6 06. 4. .g. 'E' J. .3 .2 . 5. ., , ,. . 5I he ruon Iron 'lD0rks Q 'Q . . Q Z Decaiur, lllmols 33 Y 0:0 .,. . 31 '3- ,s .,. Q? 0.0 Q. '04 O I I ' we are for mllllkln 'E' 4. 4 ., .g. '2 J. 'Z' 3. .,. . f?.5..3,.:,.g..g..g..g,.g.g 3.1. g..g..g..g..g..g.4..g..g.4.4.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g g..g..g..g..y.g..g.g 3 5 1.3 1..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.:? Two Hundred Twelve SATIRE She They say Jack s an awful goodlooke1 Another 'ihe Qo I notlced as I chmbed on the car thrs mornmg That was a gr cat dance I hope I made an nnpressron on he1 I guess you drd Qhe s been lnnpmg ever smce A fel1e1 may bc as lJ1OElCl as he 1S long and yet not be fO1.1l square l1st b tause a Ielle1 IQ all nose IS no srgn he knows all Er some tellers ud keep then mouth shut pa1t o the trme other s wouldnt so soon hnd out how httle they know YEA HUBIIRT Nerghbor They tell me your son 15 on the college football team Proud Mother It 19 qtute true NL1glllJO1 Do you know what 13091111011 he plays? Mother I m not sure, but I thmk he s one of the drawbacks Sometnnes a womans ba1r IS merelv a brt of f1CIlO1l founded on fact Exchange Lots of people who CO1Tlpl'l1ll that they dont get all they deselve should really congratulate themselves Stearns Optonnst There tre no more ente1p11s1ng young men WVhy I remember when rt was 1 common thmg for 1 young man to sta1t out as a clerk and 1n a fem years oxxn a busmess Yes but they have cash 1eg1sters now V 11 guna Reel OWLY ONE DANGER M1 Rocks 90 you xx ant to man y my daughter VV ell young man xy hat are your PIOSIJCCISP Young Man Excellent lf you dont spoml them Do you know that I started hfe as a barefoot boy sa1d a merchant who had been 1athcr successful lVell I yy asn t bo1n vnth shoes on myself ansvs ered the clerk I-IERE AND TIIERE In some palts of Afuca 1 man doesnt know hrs wrfe untrl after he has marued her s'ud M1s Gabb as she looked up I-10111 the newspaper she was readmg I-Iuh' rephed Gabb XVhv mentron Afuca especrally D" She-Wluy do they put corn meal on the dance floor? I-Ie To make the clnckens feel at home Maud readlngl For a krss the defendant ls alleged to have stolen a ury allowed the Cllalllllllg' plamuil the sum of S5500 Ethel Gee' And I ve been gxvrng them away uc ge Sorry M195 but ue ale not m need of any more work just nou I-Ielen S But Im sure that the llttle work Id do wouldnt mike any d1fference ' Two Hun dred Thirteen cs y , n , ac - - - ' li x.. T' 5, u rf - - , JJ -A C n I a 2 , . . . ,, . -.. ,c . . J, A C . , ' . ' . , - . . ' . . c . ' . ' . Y , '. , . J 1 ' .1 7 4 -4 nl. y . ' l A - -- f I C .. . J - 2, , . , . . . . . 4: ' , r V , n ' C Y ' 4 F ,. - 4 , . C .. . L. u U . . - . .' -' f ' C. b ' , . C . . C -I k C . . , , , - ws H . . Y ,, . 1 . . s V C ' T L I 4 s A . if , .. v .. ' . b . , , ' 4 11 I as , , ' J, ' rn 6 - . . H , z ' . D77 ' , 7 c c 'L - .1 U 1 r Y - 1' U 1 , , I . - 4 rx . .' P ' ' ' C , ' .' . 77 ' .-. . - y C 1 . , ' C. -1 1: ss - ct A ' ,', ' ,X .I i . it 4 . .N T C s u , . I . . V. . ,, J V . . If ! ' ' S! J' I rr r ' Y, . ' ' Y U , . - . , IK s , - 9 : . . . c - : SATIRE Two Hundred Fourteen SATIRE. Following the line of least resistance is what makes men and rivers crooked Some folks would get along better if they would steer more carefully and blow their horns less. TIMMY'S SOLILOQUY My car is old and worn and loose, It runs sometimes-but what's the useg The top still hangs to the old machine, And at every station I buy gasoline. The wheels jump like a cow a trottin', Trouble is near for my tires are rotteng The horn still sounds like a trumpet's call, To drive this car takes lots of gall. My cylinders ought to be rebored, They squeak and squall like Birks old Ford. My friends vvon't advise me what to do, So I wonder now how it wore when new. "May I print a kiss upon your lips ?" She nodded her sweet permissiong So they went to press and I rather guess They printed a whole edition.-Lord Jeff "Pa-what is a joke ?" l'Shet up! Don't you know more than to criticize the government F' A SMGKY ONE Al L.-'WV hy are college engagements like Chesterfield cigarettes ?" Thelma-"I give up." Al.-"Mild, but they satisfy." ' 4 . ' 4 4 0 ' I . . 4 4 ' I . "" 4 I I I ' . ''r'I"Z"i"Z"I"I"i"I''I"I 'Z' ' The Decatur Ice Cream Companq manufacturers of , Bulk 6: 'Brick , . . I .i 1 CG PER!-'Ec rfofv Cre am 716-722 north Edward Street On Sale bg the Best Dealers ' . 1 ' ' . ' . . z . . . ' . . . : . ' ' ""' ' ' .01--:Ns-'11 Two Hundred Fifteen 'i"Z"!''Q''I'405''ini''SME'-2+'Z"5''TM''inf''ini''5''i"i"5''inf''Z''S''2"f"Z"!"!''Z'-I"!"Z"I''!"!"!'4''5"i"!"!"!"2"i"2"!"E"Z"5"I+'!"!''!"2"'- ., 'IME''M''!"i"!''Iwi''SMS''!"!"i''IMI''5''E''i"!"!"Z''Q''I'-Z"!"i''I''Zvi'fi''i"5"5''Z''544''INS''ini''i"I"Z''5"2"i"5''!"I"3"!"3"!"i"5"i'+I"i"I' " 'Q' 'i"Z'-ini''2"i"i"!"!"!"5"!"!"!"5'+2"2"i"1"Zf' 'M' '2"i"5"!"i"!' SATIRE. . 4. -1. -? .,. 'ss Millilcinf Conservaioru of music :ir 'I' . . 'P' Decatur, lllmois 'Q' M L. Suaarthout, Director D. IR. Surarthout, Associate Director .g. 3. 'E' One of the Foremost Schools of music in the middle lDest '1' 5. 'v 'Z' -I' 0 Q.. .9 '2' A .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. -I- fi' 'Z' ffl .g. .g. V 9,0 .5 .g. 54 .C 3 32 Q CONSERDATOR11 BlllLD1TlG-One of the Finest in Existence 'S+ 'K' 'I' -2' 'r Certificate and Diploma Courses in Piano. Diolin, Pipe- J Orqan and 'Cello Plaqinq, and in Sinqinqg Special Supervise .51 ors' Courses in 'Public School Music and Musical Kinderf- qarten, ang one of which mag be included in Musicfliterarq Course receiuinq3Colleqe Deqree. .g. -:O Four free scholarships ojfered each qear. -:Q Summer Term, June 12th to Julq 22nd, 1922. For catalog or further information address v 4-:Q 0.4 JESSlE IDEILER, Secretarq 4. 'Z' .g. .g. 'E' 4. 'Sui''Z''2''Sai'405''ini''S''ini''5''i"!"5''2"5"i"f"!"5"i''S''2"i"E"I"i-'ini''E''i"f"2+'!"!+-5--iniw?'i"i"X''Z"i"2"2"!"2"2"Z"!"!"i''WI' Two Hundred Sixteen SATIRE so "5"obA fs 4' J G STARR T 301E MamSt Decatur, Ill 'iw-P Aurhorxzed Sales and Service 04907666 Cars and Trucks Fordson Tractors Also Local DIJYTIDUYOFJ for PVe T1 ade for Uaed Cars Cars Sold on Easy Pax ment Ilan Phones M rn 716 ami 717 "9 .c""""2' 'E' 2"'.f.n"'i'2'Z'I.i nsure 1n t e WE SERVE assac usetts utual O gum eel lS51l lmmense Fmancxal Strength LUYN Net Cost FRFDC BARNETT N:-xnager EBER M SPENCE D151 Agent 914 Ct en: Banff Buvfdmg DhLATUR ILL ' Q50 I, oi'z'z: xx 'bat' A , 4 s CAMPUS ROYALTX The 132113615 tell me CVCIY clay That kmgs and queens a1e bunk That people now have szud thelr say And all the crowns are 1unk The dope amounts to s1mp1y that, The queens ale all passe No mole should people wolshmp t The royal feet of clay But lm COIISCIVZHIIVC, you bet And I stlll bow my bean Before the pretty httle feet Of CVCIV campus queen Been to Cl'lLllLl1 tlus n oxnmg M1keP W hy, do my clothes look '15 though th y ve been slept IOVT love 15 hke a punctured 'ure vely sule of that, 401 after one blg blowou She went and left me a 'l no Hundred Seventeen .'..'..g.. .. . .g..'..g..,. .g..,.'..'. .g..g..' .'..g. g .g..g..' 4.4. .' .g..g.., .4 .g..'..' . .,.',..,. .g. .g.. ,..'..' .'..'. , . . ... . . , .. . . .5 .fe Q .?. .,. .. 5. 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'Q' a, .:. ., .. 2. si 'za 'I Q tg. .3f.g..g.4..g..5..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4.4..g.4.4,.g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g...g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. Two Hundred Eighteen SATIRE A USEFUL BOOK P!! "What book have you found most useful "A book of BlOW111I'1g,5 poems 'VVe have a table NV1l2l'1 one short leg, and the Brownmg book just fits under lt NOT I-IOPELESS Bunn I could dance on hke th1s foreve1 Veda Oh Im sure you dont mean that' Yo re bound to 1mp1ove u ANY MILLIKIN GIRL You look sweet enough to eat, he 1ema1ked She sa1d, I do? Wluere shall We go P" IfVhat are you1 hopes for the future?" asked the solemn m n I have none, just now, 1epl1ed the youth Tomorrow 1S my g1rl s bu th a and I am wouymg about the present All the world s a stage Thats why so many old ma1ds try to stay ChO1Lls g1r s all then' l1ves PRIVATE FINANCE I-I It s my pr1nc1ple never to kzss a g1r1 She You can t expect any mterest f101'1'1 me, then Any Jokes OVCI at the Alpha Ch1 hou e ' States Yes, we have quxte a few Best after dmner speech I ever he l VVhat d1d he say " VVZIICI, let me have the check I..ou1sv1lle Courler I pe1ce1ve, s'ud Cl'12lll6S Mmlls, '1fte1 NV1t11CSS111g a ball game 'that success 111 thrs spo1t can be 'tttamed only by pe1 fect coope1at1on among the players eaci blllJOlCl1I'13,lI1I'1g h1s own 1nd1v1dual1ty to that of the 01g'3.11l72llI1OI1 of whrch he 18 a pamt You may be 11Cfht at that, 1Qpl1QS Glll but the mam thxnq IS tcxun work T Dale If 1t we1en t fo1 me, youd be the d17z1est person 1n the wo1ld' Marg That s 'tll ught I dont mmd lettmg you have lirst place H ID metzler Sz Son wholesale Frults and Ueqetables Telephones 'mann 995-11.37-1152 Thatcher Court 'Z00 Horth 'lI1a1n Street .f.s.5.v ma". 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One ot our most IITJIJOIIZIHI 1'Lll1OaCl problems IS beatxng an expleeb txam over 21 cxossmg mold to the wwe 1S sulliuent to stalt an argument How do these footbwll men make the glee club? Rotten VV hen a bunch of glrls get toqethel the Lord plty the Hrst one who leaves Puppet 11st P1of VVell how were VOU1 C'xZ11T1I1lZ'Lf1OI'1S Second P1of A complete suteess Everybody flunked . 2"'f""'2"'+ :W vw" -sf. fx :+--Q--.f .H-:. WALRUS MANUFACTURING COMPANY E-.ga y 1,--raw fmuflmfw we fl, fm EIEETW E' 5 MTE 1-... :B U r unnlnsf X W f,,,,,uw I "Hr -.E Ikmmmlmifgmw IS'-U' 55 IMI!! In B E5 '-355 -Q. Rig Hi Fil pil H ki wnws 2' I My Ti. I BI mlm "'fil'51"2"- nag. I5 we :mv In M al W' A., 'V ,if I Sq -1- 'Hs 'X sf a- L+, ' N A xre- SODA FOUNTAINS FIXTURES FURNITURE IREFRIGERATORC 3 v '.....+.w. ' . ,.,,..,4 J A. a .M .w .. Iwo IIILIIICIICLI lwentx Om. . O 5 .g. 5. -1- . . . .5 .3. .,. .g. .3. q. . . .2. : '2' 4 'A' .3 .g. 0? .54 5. 1 , 5. .g. .g. .3 4. . 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It lS thls unvarylng comblnatlon of Quallty and 'gs :ff Service that has made 'The Princess the foremost estah- ,f, . .... . . 1 jg llshment of its kmd 1n this city-made its very name 3: .g. synonymous with all that is best 1n- :Z 'go 'E' 4. . 4, Hot Dr1'nLs Cold Dr1'nLs 152 'z' 3. w- 2 F- C 4' .g. 1ne an 1es -5 .3. '3' 0:0 . 'A' L7g7lf Lunches 'S' 4. Iii . . - ' Q' :ij Pleasmg environment, carefully and skilfully pre- ,fl pared drinks, confections and light lunches, and 'ij 15 courteous, conscientious Service-all these unite to -2 :ij make your relations with The Princess hlghly Sat1SfylI'lg 3, rg: from every point of view. if '5' Particularly pleasing are our dainty light lunches. :iz :if They are excellently prepared and cooked, attractively .2 s . . . ,v, 'Q served, and the prices are surprisingly moderate. 5, 'z .f. 32 -1- . . ,. fr .' 'Y' We ti .3 .s I' .v. :E . 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Twc Hundred Twenty-Three SATIRE Two Hundred Twenty-Four SATIRE CAMPUS VAMPS NOTICE The posseseor of the most fmatermty pms IS not always the one who eventu ally dalns the umomantxc sockq of the ONVHC1 of any one of the pms she has had Most men under the skm are a b1t old fash1oned after all Slren Hush httle vampue Don t you cry' Youll get h1s frat p1n Bye and bye Dr Znnniemmau They ale educatm Qales g1rls to sell I'1lJbO11S so that thele w1ll be jobs f01 some 111016 poor teachers D Mount That must be the 1eason why we all have to take a forelgn language D1 Z11'l'l11lC11TldIl Bu: Adm j Tl11S Coulse w1ll p1Ck up all the looae Qtrmgs of all you1 other COUISCS and nuke a rope w1th wluch you can e1ther chmh up or hang youlself Arthur Ilacon thmks the cemetery should be alphabetucally arxanged There were P1 obably some othe1 freshmen who thought the same thmg Though college days Ilave thelr dehghts They can t con1pa1e VV1th college mghts VV1dow lVhat do you men talk about xx hen you are s1tt1ng around the Hreplace? I-I -XS IT EVER I-IAPPEWIZD TO YOU? Inoke b1ol e bloke By thy spendthuft XV'l.yS O Gull And I would that I had the clollaw It cost to gxve you 1 whul 1 well fox the lJ1ll1011'l.11C 5 boy Xvltll l'11S fleet of expenswe calsl 1 uell fo1 the Wealthy lad 'Who smoketh unported mgara' B1olc. bloke b1OkC And royally tmumed by Thee You I Qulely hope that you Sf1Ll w1th hun And UCVC1 come hack to mel Dug GOING TO SIZE 'IIIE PI PIII S Saud Dale one W11'llC1S CVC1111l,Q,' IV hen he took '1 sudden d1 op How sad that vv'1te1 f1eeLes W1tl1 the sl1ppe1y slde on top I' xo Hund ed Tx enty I' ve , , -4 - l I' ., ' I c - I " , . . Y , - 1 , . . . 4 . 1 l ,, 1 . U . . - 4 ln I b I- A I , I1 I , I ' - ' ,Y . . I 1 C i ,, . . . . L V . 37 I X X 3 ' ' . Y , . H ' c I -7 D . c .U "Just what you think we do." I' I 4 . J Q V - , - A V x , yn u ' 7 A ' c '.., I . C I C l.. I C I . Ol ,, I ' ' ' C" ' Ol , f ' f ' - - cl? . 5 I -Q A . n l f . ' -c -4 I- - -- I . . u -, . C , J C ' sl . . . , . 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'E' 34 'Q' -z. if 3: . .gl , 'Z' Q, use .5 1 -.- .v 'Z''I''S''P'X''Z''S''IMI''I''Z''Z''Z''I''E''Z'4''S''Z''I''i''Z'-Z''!"Z"!"I+'Z"I+'2"!"i"5"i"5''Z'4''S''Z''ZWINI''Zvi''Z''I''!"!"!"!"Z+'5"Z"k'Z"I"!"I"!' f Two Hundred Twenty-Seven SATIRE. Two Hundred Twenty- Eight SATIRE "So you proposed to Faye last night P" "Yes." "Qid the old man kick you out doors P" "No he d1dn't. He didn't wait until I got outdoors." The more than usual lack of intelligence among the students one afternoon exasperated Prof. Hart. . 'fClass is dimissed!" he said, and then added, "Please don't flap your ears as you pass out." A Prof. Christie in physiology-"Name two well known joints." Helen Hayes-"A1'chies and Zellersf' Soph.-"I practised for initiation all summer." Frosh.-"How's that." Soph.-"I paddled a canoe every night." Senior-"Are you working for a Degree P" Frosh.-"Don't know, what IS it P" Another Frosh.-"It's the thing that moves up and down a tliermorneterf' Bunn G.-"They say I have eyes like my father." Bud-"Yes, you're pop-eyed all right." Pinky H.-'Tm as smart as you are, you duncef' Helen S. in math.-"I'm trying my best to get ahead." Prof. Risley-"Goodness knows you need one." XVANTED AT ONCE BLIND JANITOR To empty trash can at ASTON HALL Every other morning at 7:30 Must be handsome, quiet and relined. Call M-148 e Us .g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g...g..g..g..g.,g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. ff. .5..g..g..5..5..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4.4.4.4.4.4..g..5.5.3..g..g..g..ge.g..g..5..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g,.g..g,4..9.g...g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4. oi-0 'Q' 'S' .va Q I For Service and Quahiq Ca . .,. . ff: , wholesale 4' ID1 s on Co - C1 C1 - Frults an Pro uce 33' -Z' Phones mein ses-seas-'ns -2: 'Q . . -5- Dlstnbuiors of Ilucoa Hut .. Je . , .f. ezo north main Street Decaiur. 111111015 .QQ 4? :fic g..9.g.4.Q..g.4.4.4.4..g.4.4..g..g..g.4..g..g..g..g..g..g.4.4.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.1 ' ' 1.4-4.vgugwgf.1..g01wy-1.-2+-1+-3- Two Hundr-:A Twenty-Nine .g. SATIRE 4+++++?+++?+4+++4++a+?4+444449++4++64+9Q++6?+Q+++6+++++?+++i 1 25: . -z- 2' I STANDING upon the principle inaugurated by .the E , founders of this business 11 years ago-the principle .g. of complete satisfaction to every one who deals with 121 Shellabargers-We solicit your valued patronage. 'Q' C if W. L. SHELLABARGERS SONS Eg Franlzlfn ami Studebaker Cars Accessor1'es annul Re.g5a1'rs '23 w .g. W6+++++?+9+?++++?+++444+49?++?++?+??+?9+?++++++++???+9??4??9 'Quint' Lashes to lashes. Dust to dust, If she puckers her lips Then in God we'll trust. -Puppet. XVhen Eve passed the luscious fruit Then clothing came in style. lVe'll have to pass the fruit again In a short, short while. --Sun Dodger HIGHER MATHEMATICS Bachelor-"People used to call a man's wife his better halffy Benedict-"VVell, what about it ?" Bachelor-"VVell, the way she dresses nowadays she should be Called an improper fraction." -Vlfiflow Razz-VV hy do you limp? I Berry-I was walking in the Cactus Gardens last night and we decided to sit down on a bench. The bench was a shadow. -Chaparral Angry husband to wife: "You're a dumbbell." She: "Well, dumbbells always go in pairs."-Octopus. Stucle: 'What do you want? Diogenes: 1,111 looking for an honest man. Stude: Fool, this is a fraternity house.--Punch Bowl. Frosh: "VVill you give me something for my head ?" Druggist: "I wouldn't take it as a giftf,-Medley. Clarence: "VVhat is Georgette?" Clara: "Sheer waste, dummyf,-Froth. Two old maids Went for A tramp in the Woods The tramp died. Two Hundred Thirty SATIRE ' " W." '!"Z"!"1"!" 'H ' ' ' wi-'Z'-2'-5' :L .j..g..g..g..g..g.. ..'..g..g..g..g..g.4.4..g..g..g..g..:..g..g..g..1. 'Q' so G . .. 4. 5 N ,, J. A -I 6 0 . l 0 94 '10 .Q : Q? 5 .. .. '5' '3' cr U' H " 'I' 'Z' .. .g. 'T' I' ,4 .. -'Q - . fg- 21 UP -1- 4 .. Q 4. 'v S. 'JU + : E. v- 4- 'Q' rv 'Q' H 'P .Q G Ja U1 A 4 -5. we U -1. ff .-. .-. J. " Q. 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A woman needs but a few items--those dis- '2' fi. .crmamately chosen to suit her individual style-and the clothes 12' ,:, questlon is settled! Qur selections of sports apparel, formal costumes, 5' 2 lmgerre and-accessories provides easy choice, for the range of prices gg. prov1des for inexpensive outfits. 4, 'Q' . -ff rg Lmn 86 Scruggs 'E' ' .9 4:0 Q, -Z' 4. 2Z'f"M"5"3":""':"3":"i''I'':"i"z"W'f"!''1"f"2"f'W'2'-I-2'-94--'f-1'-2'-2--1'-z-+:.-1--ze-sw+4--:A-z+e-:-+-:+ve--:sw-z-M-:wif'fr .g..g, '5"5"! Q 12: s For Frocls of D1'st1'nct1'on f' E Q ' N 1' P ' L - .SO 9 - - 1 D eg xgees ettxcoats Hand erchxefs :F if I G 3" Sweaters Lingerie Slippers 3 U Blouses Robes Neckwear 'Q' Sports Apparel Breakfast Coats 4' .g. -I' 'Z' . ff: 134 Sautl Wafer Street 21 -3- ' .g. . if J. 23' This 15 tile 571015 of Enzfurmg anal Practrcaf G1fts 'gf " V.-O . 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'S' -5. 3. .3 , jj We are always glad to have you talk over your finan- 'I' cxal lans and roblems Wlth us. '- fza f 4. . . .g. A Bankmg Service for Everyone at in az. 'fa .5- o'o , ,g . 4' ' ' N ' 1 B 'I' :g e 1t1Z6DS atlona an ig az- a. 2. , - - 3. ff. Decatur, 111111015 ,Q .9 52 , 3 .5 ,Z .. . 'fat'-2'-I'+I''I''Z'-If'I''X'-E'-!'++'!+'!f'WZ-'!"I'+!"Z''S+'!++I-'5-'!"I'+!"!"I"5-'M'-M'-I-'5'fZ'+I'++2'-I-'M'-I-'S--I-'5'-3'fi--3--5'-!"2-'iffi'-Iwi' Two Hundred Forty-Five SATIRE. Two Hundred Forty-Six MILLIDEK Alma Mater Out 011 the pathw1y of llfc lll'lLlC 15 a 51111 dy l1l'1c bush f1011l wh1ch SP1 111g g1eat Cll1SfC1S of lave11cle1 f1f1g1'111t bloom A11 auoma of delectable sweetness Sl.11lOLll1ClS the Sl'l1lllJ and l1zy wmds scatte1 xts petwls fal and w1de l ach clay pase.111ff 'uavellels '1d11111c the bloom 'uid speak of 1119 dehcate bccnt but thc Q1 eat gxruled bush w1th 1ts twntul 111118 md 1DOVVC1fl1l he11t they p'1ss XV1tllOL1li a thought Cleve1 ones have Wlltttll odes to the ffaglilllf flvmg bloxboms but someday 21 poet w1ll hnd '1 poem not 111 the Hou C1 1tself but 111 115 souxce the power eto1 ed deep down 111 the hccut of the sh1ub Not so fal may 'uid Cll1llC llkc thc l1l1c bubh is Nfllllllxlfl lue college lb the gf1e'1t tw1stecl t1 llllli the imc men 'md women yearly g13.ClU3.t1112' f1o111 1ts w'1llS axe thc bloom but the fou11t.1111 of 1JOXVCl the fOlCC that makes such EL Cl'l11'il1dI1 l1'lSlIll1ll10I1 posmble IS a COUllJ111lt1011 of laculty .md Ad1111111st1 lt101l As VV1l1ClS Qc'1tte1 the l1l1c blossoms and hosts 'El11Cl'EC11 the1r buds tlO11lJlCS memce our college etuclents but the ICQCIVC fone of th1Q 11111011 seems '1lw'1ys 1e'1cly to send up new C1'1C1Q'y and to Ql3.b1l17C lhe faculty supphes the food fox the OPCIIIHQ' flowem After we have seen thc l1l lL bush Slf'I.1'lCl111g 111'1g111hce11t 'lqlow w1th the l1ve11de1 of '1 perfeet bloom we 'l1J171CC13.tC the st1ength needed for Quch fulhll ment And lllC6XX1SC ae we See M1ll1lc111 s dark .qowued g'1'lCll'lZl.lC.S 111211 ch slowly out to meet the xxo1ld vxe P11186 to 1101101 the Cl'1l13t1211'l l1C'11t of thc 111st1tut1o11 Wl'11Cl'1 malxes such 2LClV2LI1CC11lCHt pobmble Then bo111e softly on the wmrl comes the Alma Mate1s message A ploductlve hfe and the result of l1'11J1J1I1CSS to each g1ElClll'1tC of 1922" TWILA lX1ILLER Two Hundred Forty Seven . 2 A .Al l. , . C . 1 ' ' . ', c. . . ' .. . f ' 1. ' . ' - c c . ... .,,' . V. '. ., .- , ' ' . -., - ,, - .. D c c . X , KA ' 4 ' S 3 c ' .f 2 'A c - , c ' . . . A .' A A . , ' ... . . M .. ., r , 1 - r ' - ' "' ' c 1 y 1 , .. . ' 11 N.. ., I A . . . . . V . . . ,,, . . , , . 3 . , . - I . l 1 1 c ' c J c - . K ' L - , ' A L ' - A ' c 1 ,A A . - .. 1 . . , .' 1'. v - 1 - . . . . . . r . T . . - . . .. , c c . B C . C , 1 , . . . .2 7 - C , Q . . . ., ' ' 4 ' . 1 . .. A c 'c c . A . . ,, A . A . I .1 . . K , ,, , . . ' '. - ' - 1. . c , cl , ch - - . .4 . - A, . - c c , c I .. . . . . . , ' . 7 . , . ' ' 1, ' K c A ' , . ! I E . .E c . . 3 1 ' - ' s 1 1' -' 1 ff - ' . , c . , 1 c . 4 MILLIDEK As the Curtain Goes Down The performance is over. You have read the last joke, you have discussed the winners of the beauty contest, you have taken a last glance at your own picture C said it was pretty poorj and now we have the privilege of listening in the wings to hear the hiss or the handclap of the audience. If you have criticism to offer, the editor-in-chief and the joke editors will receive from four to six every afternoon this week. But if perchance you enjoy the book and might pos- sibly cherish it as a record' of the Milllikin school year, congratulate the Staff, for to them is largely due the success of the 1923 Millidek. Co-operation! 1 presume all editors say the same under similar circum- stances but with all sincerity there never has been a staff that worked with any greater cooperation that that of 1923. The book is proof of their willing labor and to them is due the success of this Annual. But greater than ever the loyalty of the staff is the spirit that inspired them -the spirit of the University as a whole. VVe have broken away from many customs. Some of you approved, others didn't Cwe hope you will in timej but you all have joined in the .plans and have shown great interest in doing your part to help make the Millidek possible. I wish to thank the student body and especially Thomas Edwards and Margaret Merritt for art work, Miss Robbins and Miss Spencer for their good judgment, Arthur Bacon, Paul Johnstone and Calvert Dyer for their help in financial drive, and last of 'all those who so kindly volunteered to sweep the Millidek office. Much gratitude is due Miss Lutz for her needed and excellent advice and Mr. Hart for his good counsel. Such cooperation has made the Millidek possible and worth while, however the bound volume may appear. As editor I want to thank you all personally. Here is the Millidek and as you once more look at the dedication, read over the Diary, and review the athletic season, we hope that in some degree we have ac- complished our aim to compile a record that is a memoir for this Millikin year so that you all, class of 1922, faculty, alumnae, and under-graduates, may catch the spirit that will bind you forever to your college. Such is the last word for the 1923 Millidek! And so the curtain goes down. "GOOD NIGHT 1" ' Two Hundred Forty-Eight


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