Millikin University - Millidek Yearbook (Decatur, IL)

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'R I 5 in" 3? .... , , 5- 'Il' 9" 'S' ,Qui Q - f 'x Jf'i'i-6 JF"- S , 1 PI Completing his fourth year on the Millikin campus, President Malone has continually maintained his efforts at improving and guiding IMU. Mi1likin's accomplishments are his main considera- tion, and it is through his motivation that Millikin has taken its place in the better recognized schools of lllinois. A program of expansion and the embryo of new buildings are being fostered by the prexy's interest not only in the improvement of the school, but in making it one of the best. A Warm greeting and a friendly Word at all times have en- deared the prexy to the students on the campus. l-lis understand- ing guidance and sympathy have served as an inspiration to those who know him, and will serve as a standard for future years. 4122 HHMINISlHHlIHN DEAN MILLER Dean C. I... Miller has consistantly maintained his position as student counsellor and administrator of school affairs. I-le has never failed in his duty to the student body in solving scholastic and personal difficulties which would seem comparatively insurmountable Without his efficient guidance. With the increased enrollment in the past few years, his task has been no easy one, but he has helped maintain the spirit and timbre of the traditional lvlillikin life. - DEAN FALVEY In her first year at Millikin as Dean of Women, Miss Frances Falvey has coor- dinated the social calendar at IMU and entered her own assistance in making outside activities as Well as scholastic affairs an enjoyment to the students. The men as well as the women over Whom she holds counsel have recog- nized her Willingness to Cooperate for the best advantage of the students. 44132 HIlMINISlHHlIHN DEAN E. W. PLOENGES Veterans Counsellor-Mathematics Under the stern eye of Dean Ploenges the Veteran students receive guidance and a help- ing hand. His office thrives on results and deserves Commendation for a job well done. 61142 EMERSON ABENDROTH Dean of Chapel RAYMOND R. BREWER Director of Public Relations Religion H. WAYNE GILL Business Administrator BYRON KERNS Registrar-Psychology FHEHHY HOWARD E. AKERS Band EDWARD S. BOYER Religion 61 Sociology EDNA CHILDS Piano VIOLA M. BELL Home Economics EDITH BRAINARD Librarian CLYDE DENNIS V Biology 153 MORRIS BENCH Modern Languages BRYCE K. BROWN Mathemaiics OSCARINE DEWHIRST Piano MAX C. BOLEN Physics FRANCIS R. BROWN Mothematics CLAUDE D. DICKS Psychology FHHHHY RUTH DOELLING NEAL F. DOUBLEDAY FRANCES H. DOUBLEDAY WALTER EMCH Music Theory WILLIAM E. FISHER Education CARL HEAD Engineering English English HAZEL FISHER FRANK FLACK Spanish English E. IEAN HOLCOMBE EARL C. KIEFER Assistant Librarian Mathematics GIS? Music Theory FRANK E. GALBREATH Physics R. E. LANCASTER Accounting FHEHY WILNA MOFFETT Organ and Piano HOWARD RICE Business Administration NELLIE IO SAGER English ETHEL M. PARKINSON WILLIAM L. OLSEN EMMALINE RADEMAKER English Industry and Engineering Home Economics RALPH W. ROGERS EDITH ROSE FLORF. ROSS Industry Piano Modem Languages MARY C. SHERER I DOROTHY SCHLIEPER DORIS SMALLWOOD Physical Education Chemistry Piano 4: 18 75 IHIIUHY D. R. SIVIITH Chemistry LEO C. STINE ory. Political Science VIRGINIA WEIGEL Bic ,ogy GLEN R. SMITH G. E. SNOEYENBOS MARGARET SPARKS Business Administration Industry Secretarial Science IAROLD D. TALBOT HERBERT G. THOMPSON FRANCES E. WILSON' ' Art Business Administration Industry and Engineering ELIZABETH WEATHERFORD WII.LIS H. WALKER CHARLES LEESE Biology History and Political Science Business Administration Director of Business Placement 45199 M0 lvnior President ...........,.........,........, lack Hart Vice President .... .,.. Li hero Pcxcioni Treasurer ...... ,..., H ershel Denton Secretary 4.., ...., E url Malerich Malerich Pacioni Hurt ffaii Between hopeful glimpses into the future, grad- uates are fondly looking back over their days at Millikin . . . remembering how green they were in the beginning . . . rush parties . . . getting used to lectures . . . standing in line for books . . . coffee at the Sub . . . short ones at the corner . . . Christmas formals . . . football games . . . homecoming . . . parades . . of course chapel and assembly . . . exams . . . and finally graduation. 421: inv- T ,MW BETTY ALEXANDER ARTHUR B. ALLABEN MARIE ALICE ALBERT I. ALLEN Music Education Business Administration Sociology Psychology Business Adm Donnellson, Illinois Rockford, Illinois Virden. Illinois Chicago, Illinois IOHN C. ALLEN Physical Education Decatur, Illinois THOMAS B. ALTHOFF Business Administration Decatur, Illinois EDWARD BALDWIN Chemistry Lincoln, Illinois BETTY BARNES English Decatur, Illinois D. IOSEPH BASSO Business Administration Litchfield. Illinois SHIRLEY M. BATES Biology Owaneco, Illinois Q222 IOHN R. BAXLEY THEODORE W. BEAN WILLIAM B. BISHOP MARVIN BLAKE Biology Business Administration Engineering Administration Business Administration Christopher, Illinois Decatur. Illinois Decatur, Illinois Chicago Heights, Illinois lx BHU- ui' .1-L. :flu ,4- e232 IOYCE BODEN English Decatur, Illinois ROBERT A. BOND Business Administration Decatur, Illinois WAYNE P. BRAUER Mathematics Decatur, Illinois LOIS CLAIRE BROWN Home Economics Decatur, Illinois KENNETH L. BUEHLMANN Business Administration Highland. Illinois ALLEN BURWELL Business Administration Decatur, Illinois DONA BURWELI. Home Economics Decatur, Illinois DORIS IEAN COPE Music Education Ierseyville. Illinois CLIFFORD F. COX Business Administration Decatur. Illinois ROBERT CRAWFORD Business Administration Taylorville, Illinois ROBERT CULP Engineering Administration Warrensburg. Illinois IAMES R. CURRENT Engineering Administration Forsyth. Illinois IAMES W. CURRY Business Administration Decatur. Illinois MARY M. CHAMBLIN PAUL H. CONNOUR MORRIS LEE COOK Sociology Psychology Physical Education Music Flora. Illinois Lake City, Illinois Decaiur. Illinois s24D RTHA ANN DAIGH IEAN DAVIS WARNER DAVIS ARTHUR DEICI-IMILLER Music Education - Music History-Political Science Engineering Adminislraiion pringfield. Illinois Aiwaler, Illinois University City. Missouri Decatur, Illinois f , qi li l V :X I QZSD HERSCHEI. P. DENTON Business Administration Belleville. Illinois MARY DOBBS Biology Clintop. Illinois IOYCE DOWNS Physical Education Pcma. Illinois DORIS LEE ELLISON Home Economics Decatur. Illinois BERNARD EVANS Engineering Administration 1 Decatur. Illinois RAYMOND EWING Psychology Philosophy Decatur. Illinois HELEN FAHRNKOPF Sociology Psychology Sullivan, Illinois ALFRED FESSLER Industrial Aris Elsah, Illinois IUNE FIGGE Music Education Edwardsville, Illinois HARRY FORRESTER Industrial Arts Morrisonville, Illinois BENIAMIN W. FRANKLIN Business Adminisiration Decatur, Illinois IANET FRYE English Decatur, Illinois WAHNETA FURSTENBURG Liberal Arts Blue Mound, Illinois IAMES FAIRBANKS RICHARD E. FERRY HARRY L. FESSEL Business Administraiion Psychology Philosophy Business uslrat Bement, Illinois Decatur, Illinois Olney, Illinois fi e262 Bu? 5 ROBERT M GILASON GEORGE G GILLMORE DAVID G GLASSCOCK JOHN E. GRAVES Business Administration Business Administration Industrial Arts Business Administration Decatur, Illinois ROBERT A. GRIFFIN Sociology Psychology Decatur, Illinois RICHARD HALL Business Administration Decatur, Illinois ROBERT HARRIS Business Administration Decatur, Illinois IACK S. HART Philosophy Psychology Mattoon, Illinois MARVIN HEDBERG Sociology Psychology Maron, Illinois WILLARD I. HELME Industrial Arts Crete, Illinois '- iff if if x if' .5535 " 1 .. 3. 7 if .af:1z , .J -42' .Mk YJ. ,. .u , f f .,-y. , 3' iff! MARY ALICE IOHNSON HERBERT IOYS ROBERT A. KERN Home Economics Speech Industry Decatur, Illinois Decatur, Illinois Decatur, Illinois GY...-bbw 44292 !1' f: J, ' El f 'rf ' ' :H - " ',f ,r" JOAN KNIGHT Music Decatur, Illinois RICHARD W. KOSHINSKI Engineering Administration Decatur, Illinois ROBERT KUIAWA Business Administration Decatur, Illinois IO ANN LAWS Home Economics Donnellson, Illinois MARY LINDER English Decatur, Illinois I. DANIEL LOGAN Speech Decatur, Illinois W. DALE LONG Pre-Medical Decatur, Illinois A Z 1' WN x-x, Q, 1 DEAN MESNARD MABEL MOODY WILLIAM R. MOOMEY usiness Administration Spanish History-Political Science Decatur, Illinois Tuscola. Illinois DGCGUH- Illinois 6319 EDWARD MOOTHART Business Administration Decatur, Illinois VICTOR MORETTINI Business Administration Springfield. Illinois MILTON S. MOSSHOLDER Biology Pontiac. Illinois RUSSELL I. MUELLER Business Administration Belleville, Illinois HARRY C. MUFFLEY Biology Decatur. Illinois BENTON NEWNUM Industrial Arts Pontiac, Illinois LIBERO PACIONI Business Administration Langleyville, Illinois IACK E. PARKER EUGENE PERKINS ROY E. PERRY DON PETERSON Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Physical Education Decatur. Illinois Decatur. Illinois Decatur. Illinois Ioliet, Illinois NINA D. PICK Biology Santiago, Chile BRUCE PILLMAN Business Administration Glenview, Illinois ROBERT E. POLLARD Speech Decatur. Illinois DOMINIC PIRAINO Business Administration Decatur, Illinois IAMES H. PORTER Engineering Administration Illiopolis. Illinois MARILYN PROFFITT Home Economics O'Fallon. Illinois JP 65112 c32z lOHN P. RIVA Business Administration Taylorville, Illinois PAUL 'l'. RIVARD Chemistry Decatur. Illinois MAX ROBERTS Speech Cerro Gordo, Illinois BILLY F. ROHRSCHEIB Industrial Arts Warrensburg, Illinois IOHN G. ROY Business Administration Decatur, Illinois RICHARD E. RYHERD Engineering Administration Windsor. Illinois SAMUEL SANNER Music Education Mt. Zion, Illinois DORIS SAXE NORMA SCHLOBOHM WILLIAM SCHUETT HERBERT SCHULTZ Home Economics Psychology Philosophy Secretarial Science Engineering Albion, Illinois Peoria, Illinois Belvidere, Illinois Oak Park, Illinois DONALD SCHWALBE Commercial Education Decatur, Illinois GEORGE SESSLER Business Administration Elmwood Park. Illinois MARY SHIMER Physical Education Latham, Illinois BARRY E. SHORT English Aurora, Illinois HOLLAND SHORT Chemistry Decatur, Illinois CHARLES SMELTZER Business Administration Mt. Zion, Illinois e342 CHRISTINE SMITH RICHARD STRAIN FRANK SUPINIE DEWEY TATE English Industry Industrial Arts Education Business Administration Decatur, Illinois Universiiy City, Missouri Moweaqua, Illinois Decatur, Illinois li fl' 44352 ,sf 72. W1 IEANETTE TAYLOR Biology Decatur, Illinois PAUL E. TAYLOR Physical Education Milmine, Illinois DONALD THIELE Business Administration Perry, Illinois EVELYN TIMMONS Music Education Tuscola, Illinois WARNIE TIPPITT Music Education Decatur, Illinois GLORIA TOLLADAY Sociology Psychology Decatur, Illinois 1 1 .U I los! ' ..,., . 1, MAHIORIE W. TOLLY Home Economics Decatur. Illinois IOHN VENTURI Chemistry Longleyville. Illinois WALTER WALKER History-Political Science Chicago. Illinois IOHN T. WALL Business Administration Decatur. Illinois IAMES K. WARD Business Administration Decatur. Illinois MARIBETH WARD Sociology Psychology Decatur. Illinois WILLIAM WARREN Business Administration Decatur. Illinois FRED TRESCH IAY TRIMMER IEAN VAUGHAN Business Administration Business Administration Music New Athens. Illinois Decatur. Illinois Bement, Illinois mann KGS? 55 S55 DAVID WATSON DANIEL R. WEISS BERNARD WESSEL WILLIAM WHITACRE Education Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Shelbyville, Illinois Aurora, Illinois Millstadt, Illinois Decatur, Illinois RALPH WILCOX Business Administration Decatur, Illinois DON R. WIEDEMAN Speech Douglaston, New York BUDD L. WILKINSON Mathematics Clinton, Illinois ROBERT F. WILLIAMS History Decatur, Illinois WALTER WINCH Industry Springfield, Illinois ROBERT E. WITTKE Business Administration Decatur, Illinois e372 CHARLES W. WOLPF Music Education Litchfield. Illinois GLEN ALICE YOUNG Liberal Arts Hillsboro, Illinois WILLIAM M. YONAN Business Administration Chicago. Illinois BETTY ZIMMERMAN Home Economics Metamora, Illinois 6382 BOEY YAP Music Soengei, Gercag. Palembang Sumatra EDWARD C. HUEBNER Business Administration Forrest Park. Illinois juniur IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 6 all President ....A.......,,.,..... Bill Sutherland Vice President .... ...., L es Baker Treasurer , . , . ,.... Bill Smith Secretory .... . , ,Maxine Fish Fish Smiih Sutherland Baker ""C:'l Q- A Wu., 'mir Mink sl fg Henry Aldridge Chatham, Ill. Alma Appleman Decatur, Ill. Dan Banner Decatur, Ill. Carole Beaumont Chicago, lll. Robert Bersch Lincoln, lll. Iames Alexander Belleville, Ill. Glenn Ash Harristown, lll. Boy Bartrem Decatur, Ill. lane Beck Decatur, lll. Norma Bingman Carmi, Ill. Dale Ambler Newman, Ill Marilyn Aulabaugh Decatur, Ill. Suzanne Bass Decatur, Ill. Bob Behrend Mt. Zion, Ill. Stu art Black Decatur, Ill. W. K. Andrews Decatur, Ill. Lester Baker Decatur, lll. Allen Bateman Hillsboro, Ill. Mollie Bence Decatur, lll. Iohn Bolas Decatur, Ill, Beverly Anaell Danville, Ill. Roy Baker Pleasant Plains, Percy Baugh Decatur, lll Thomas Bergin Decatur, ill David Boyd Sparta, Ill. Il I wwf ly K 8 - F J, I . . If I ,,5!i 1" f AJ . - 'H ii if ' M' In fa ' A 1 'za .... Q - . . Q ,-VX W, WF W I, K 3 at 3, 4 frfs' fl . Ezzb ff l F' 43' 5 L... Qg Q X14 fs I f xl. wif? I I 'Q 1 ' - A .... , , M E , N f 1 "' ' , ev. fy - ' ' , if -:-:- ' f f ' NA 4 ff V f fggi-E X E zuz X ,wfw , .15-54 fa 45 ' , uh ' .2 ie 1 .. X' ' 1 1, Y ,- 6 .5 .3 .f .,s fo, . e , R 1 n 1 H ' 5' ' 'ie "ff J A ' x I 3 S. 4 ,ff Q :EW if w, f LQ ' f 1 1, " 4 N' X J Y! 5' .Y ' Q'Z .14--1. I ' . I . , 1 . l 1" , fi- "'T4qf All -WT vw I' , , Bill Dickinson Decatur, Ill. Charles Duncan Litchfield, Ill, Iames Eckman Decatur, 111. lack Ferguson Decatur, Ill. L. Richard Flanders Decatur, Ill. D. L. Dolan Robinson, Ill. Martha Dunn spt-1ngfte1d, 111. lack Erickson Decatur, Ill. Robert Fillbright St. Louis, Mo. lean Former Decatur, Ill. Iames Dooley Decatur, Ill. Iohn Dunnell Oak Park, Ill. Russ Estes Gary, Ind. Iohn Fink Granite City, Ill. Paul Freishlaq Decatur, Ill. Robert Doss Decatur, Ill. Mary lane Dwyer Decatur, Ill. I o Anne Faulkner Rockiord, Ill, Maxine Fish Decatur, Ill. Ioann Frey Liberty, Ill. William Douglas Illiopolis, Ill. Scott Eatherly Decatur, Ill. Gene Febus Illiopolis, 111. William Fish Decatur, Ill. Carolyn Frink St. Louis, Mo Don Carol Gassen Gerken Chicago, lll. Belleville, lll. Harry Bob Ground Guthrie Decatur, lll. Mt. Vernon, Ill, lack Robert Hampson Hanna Mattoon, lll. Decatur, Ill, William - Walter Harvey Hatfield Succasunna, N. I. Decatur, Ill. Robert Downey Hesse Hewey St. Louis, Mo, Decatur, lll. Mary Godwin Decatur, lll. Barbara Hackman Decatur, lll. Frances Hara Honolulu, T. Howard Hawley Chicago, lll. Barbara Hill Decatur, lll. H. Elinor Goodrich Gibson City, lll. Barbara Hall Decatur, lll. Robert Harlan Tuscola, Ill, Bruce Hayden Springfield, lll. William Hinds Decatur, lll. Gloria Granert Toluca, lll. Beth Hamblen Clinton, lll. Thomas Harlan Tuscola, Ill. Reta Heinzelmann Atwood, Ill. Raye Hagan Lincoln, lll. Robert Graves Decatur, lll. Ray Hrvmmerstrom Chicago, lll. Charles Harmon Decatur, lll. Bob Henry Decatur, Ill. Carol Holkenbrink lacksonville, Ill. Alice Holtgreve Edwardsville, Ill. Iulia Hudson Taylorville, lll. Fred Iohnson Oak Park, lll. Bob Keener Freeport, Pa. Harry Kramer Chicago, Ill. Bemeice Hoshauer Danville, Ill. De Veau Hughes Eldorado, Ill. Alice loues Shelbyville, lll. Ioan Kemp Kenney, Ill. Betty Kriege Edwardsville, lll, Ioan Houghlby Shabbona, Ill. Robert Husar Oak Park, lll. Richard Iostes Macon, lll. Bob Kennedy Buffalo, N. Y. Leland Large Blue Mound, lll. Io Ann Sally Hover Howard Bloomfield, N. I. Flint, Michigan Lynn Carol lanvrin Iohns Decatur, Ill. Macon, lll. Harold Arthur Kaler Kashefska Decatur, Ill. Decatur, Ill. Clark Lois Kikolla , Knight Decatur, Ill. Rosiclare, Ill Harold Gene Laurence LeMay St, Louis, Mo. Hillsboro, Ill Q i ,gl o 3 -. X . wr -W v' M Q A , , w 4 S 1- - w , , . K' x I - 1' , I ,, H. , , y, N U 'iz-Q ,Q 'F Q'-4 34 W x, 1 Q- 1 Vw 1 5 1 if S ,Q 0 ,L A3 X ' a , .,, Qs- M17 z ,., Q, ly' - Qi ' if 3 E , , in I 5 X. qs- Y -. 'Qs Br X n J Q ff? M - W W wx 4. ' '51 ' I S. .Q It i Ni, .f"'t?" .ff V Q ,A I 1 J ff Q .sr X. xx ' we LW' y , sl' E F ' '4" 1"' is Robert Miller Decalur, lll. Robert Morris Middleton, lll. lohn Murphy Decatur, Ill Iohn Newcomb Stanhope , N. Iohn Olivero Chicago, lll. I. William Mill er Chesnut, Ill, Lynn Mowen Macon, lll. Robert Murray Decaiur, lll Lauretta Newman Decatur, lll Iames Olson Chicago, lll Ira Minton Decatur, Ill. Norman Mueller Belleville, lll. Norma Neuschafer Chesnut, lll. Iohn Noland Moweaqua, lll. lim Organ Decatur, lll. 4? ' Howard William Mitchell Moore Syracuse, N. Y. Decatur, Ill. Ronald Bob Mulholland Munsie Decatur, Ill. Cranford, N, I Gwendolyn Frank Newbould Newcomb Sullivan, Ill. Stanhope, N. l. Charles Iames Norman Norman Decatur, lll. Decatur, lll. Robert Dorothea Osborne Osgood Decatur, lll. Decatur, Ill. Homer Osgood Decatur, lll. Marvin Porter Decatur, Ill. Iohn Rhein t. Louis, Mo, Iohn Roesler ontiac, lll. Albert Sablotnv ecatur, Ill. Fern Patten Saunemin, Ill. Fred Pringle Oak Park, Ill. Ruth Richardson Decatur, Ill. Ray Roth Litchfield, lll, Robert Schoenfielder Aurora, lll. Myrle Peacock Weldon, Ill. Herschel Pritchett Niantic, lll. loan Riggs Decatur, H1 Dale Ruddock Decatur, lll. Elizabeth Schmalfuss Chicago, Ill, Walter Peiper Lemont, Ill. Les Proffitt O'Fallon, Ill. Robert Roach Springfield, Ill. Myrna Ruff Strasburg, Ill. Howard Schmelzer Tarentum, Pa. Dante Pelati Taylorville, Ill. Robert Reed Decatur, lll. Robert Roberts Decatur, Ill. George Rutherford Decatur, Ill. Marilou Schulte Decatur, Ill. Harriet Pope Latham, Ill Wilbur Reed Decatur, Ill. Iames Rae Taylorville, Ill Iohn Ryb olt Decatur, Ill. Gloria Schweizer Albuquerque, N. M Sue Shields Decatur, Ill. Doyle Slifer Decatur, Ill. Lavelle Staley Flora, Ill. Miriam Sullivan Mt. Pulaski, Ill. Dick Templeton Decatur, Ill. Marcia Shirner Latham, Ill, Armetta Smith Harvey , Ill. Stanley Steagall Stewardson, I11. Bill Sutherland Oak Park, Ill. Ioan Thiele Ramsey, Ill. Robert Short Decatur, Ill, Bill Srnith Waggener, Ill. Twila Strocher Decatur, Ill. Walter Taylor Belleville, Ill. Charles Tille Decatur, Ill. Margie Shorthose Danvers, Ill Martha Soffas Decatur, Ill Roy Stroyeck Decatur, Ill lim Teckenbrock Springfield, lll Phil Tinch Decatur, Ill a YL YQ- , .- w J . 4: fa , 2 -4 , Y Y new Y 7,rQxxLl- Q , , fm! i . - ' my Eisl- Q En 2 are 4 7 o 5 , , . AY' K df -'X '.1 f. : .-, , " , wi N 4 ,L 7 ,iw - if I lg' 3 K rn, 15:2 s, i. I f IQ fwfr' .jr VV L fi jx 5 7 ' A 'fd 4 r .X 4 ,Q x I . "4Q. N85 . 2 4 1 9 imp nmnro SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President ....... .... S cott Steagcxll Vice President .... ,... .... R og er Wells Secretary .,... .... G eorge Chiligiris Treasurer . . . ....... Paul Berry Wells Berry ffaii li, 'K SHIIHHMIHHS Betty Lou Aderman Mary Aderton loyce Ahlers Wayne Albert Francis Alexander Marietta Althouse Marian Anderson Lila Lee Andrews Kenneth Au-Young Ioseph Bagley Doris Bailey Marvel Baldwin Dale Bangert Barbara Barone David Behnke Paul Berry Darlene Besch lean Best Ierry Bickes Eleanor Bieler Robert Boyd Iames Bradburn Marilyn Brandt Donald Brenn Phyllis Bridgewater Gordon Briggs Charlotte Brown Ioan Bunchman Patricia Burkhardt Iames Butts lerry Butts Barbara Canaday Nick Carperos Evelyn Challiss George Chiligiris Shirley Clausen lohn Coen Catherine Cole Iohn Danforth Russell Darr vi f 5 Mk- S 1 H ff ., 7, 'ff 1 A 1 I 'N ?'w W Q 6 if i FU-'M Q i ,M ! J' 1 35? - 7 W .'.- ' , fm ,fy Ti 17, ' 1, I 8' ,fx ff Fav' W, 5' r F ig- f,, EE ,aa 1 .Q 1, f 'iv 1 gr' 1 1 A ' A b I If .fl - ' H' Y' ::', X, M ' 3 , K -I If lv , f' .fri , . i , W , zu. M 9 v 1 SUPHHMU Edmond Huttes Lloyd Irish Marjorie Ives Ioan Iackson Ina I edlicka Deral Iohns Donald lohnson Robert Iohnson Betty Iones Charles Iones Orville Iones Harold Ioynt Edward Karl Dick Keeler Iohn Keelin Robert Kelso Marnita Kendall Frances Kimmel Doris Koehler Roland Koshinski Norma Krenzer David Kruzan Carl Lawrence Don Lawson Iack Learman Doris Lessman Iames Lester Ed Levy Don Lindsey Pat Lindsey Sandra Lukey Robert McCarty Robert McCauley Roy McNeilly Howard Malone Walter Meinert lacques Meyers Don Michel Elizabeth Miller Melinda Miller 9 . Q-Q .. 3 , E gf af A f in A '7'w1'k- Q. 1? , n , ug' ' wet " - ' r Aw -Milf? f f fx , -L3 5: ,, i' 4 ? , X293 if 14 ff, ,, , R f 'Yu i . Q 3- N .,,, W ' I -V k .M 6. .. Q af :vii Q J if" 'i !"h' Z' M 3 . " P Wh HQL . J r in ,.,. '- ' ff .-if ' .' I '57 'L L1':' . ! 1 ya A, sy. Z 1 fir' LQ 5,515 A , M' f X 1 If ,U V iff? ie M -b ,A 9. f I in V 1 f 4' 7 . ' . ,, ' v Q . ,IM I - 'xf ' ' ' Q Q' 5 A f v '7 i 4 , S., . I S ' 1 "' 1 .4 f f M f V, Iul: if Q A , 1 U .Q ,- 1 I, ? , W 5 -'x v ., 15 i .1 HL 429 SHPHHMHIHS Carol Smith Nanette Smith Shirley Smith Dale Stark Robert Stein Norma Stone Don Swearingen Ioan Syfert Neil Tarvin Iohn Taylor William Thomas Donald Trimmer Walter Tudor William Vehmeier Ioseph Vignos Marilyn Vilmure Mariorie Waddell Robert Waddell Iean Wakefield Bill Warburton Martha Ward Eleanor Weaver Ianet Weber Iewell Weber Iames Welker Roger Wells Keith Westenhaver Frances Wiener Kenneth Willhite Io Anne Williams Robert Williams Barbara Wilson Kenneth Wilson Marilyn Winslow Loren Womack Robert Wright Mary Ann Young Robert Younker Helen Kirkwood Ruth Large 1 fr ikman ffaigi FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President ..................... Telly Grecmias Vice President ..... ...... I ohn Ward Secretary ..... .... B ob Hcrzenfield Treasurer .... ....i. B ob Kurek Grecmias Ward Hcrzenfield tHtSHMtN Charles Able Charlene Adams lack Akers Barbara Allen lerry Allison Arthur Anderson Mary Ann Armstrong Dale Arnold lames R. Arrington Mary Lou Asbury Russell Baer Ray Ballard Paul G. Barnard Ioe Barnes Pat Beck Delmer Behrns Anne Benedict Io Anne Bolin Shirley Bonrxen Rolyn Borden Sue Ann Borden Iohn Boswell Wilma Brett Robert Bretz Vera Brewer lim Brewster Iohn Britton Phyllis Brooks Ioanne Brown Bob Brozio Marian Burd Gerald Burgener Bob Burke lack Bussard Io Ann Butt Iim Caldwell Mary Cameron Sally Cannon Dale Carr Robert Carter Robert Cease Ed Chant Elizabeth Clark Melva Clayton Edwin Clesson lack Constant Mary Coventry Eugene Cowger Q4 MST? fig? 12 f' E'f:.-w Fw Wu' ,.4, 35:1 1' wtf 1 'aw , f Yun. ,mf E Q 4 -is an i it .fb n L- : , v ,J Kr QA ,Sp , .-43,3 4 A 1 ! I L "1 , if 3 9 'X . ,fi f ,fx A. I +45 X, . 2 , v W FE f 5 M - 4 5. w 1 3' M-1 ,ei 4 r , k y , 't' X, , I E M 'ei -f lHlSHMlN Iacqueline Howard Martha Hursh Nancy Ishikawa Robert lackson Ellen Iiles Betty Iohnson Iames Iohnson Roberi Iohnson Barbara Iohnsion Stanley Iones Phil Kane Io Ann Kashefska Iecm Keller Gwen Klitzing Carol Koch lames Koonce Bill Kramer Nancy Kurrle Alice Langellier Ray Lawler Nancy Lawrence Rita Leahy Ervilla Lefever Richard Lewis Tish Lige LaVona Lindsay Iohn Lipps Dian Livergood C. H. Logan, III Beverly Long lean Long loan Long Pat Long Maurine Lovins Marylyn Lowe Ioan Lyons Palsy McCotlery Pat McCrory loan McCumber Iohn McDonald Io Ann Mclntire Arthur Malasto Robert Marsden Muriel Marvel Marilyn Meyers Wayne Miller Gloria Miner Marilyn Morgan HHSHM Roger Mulholland Art Murray Richard Nash Virginia Neal lean Nelson Dan Newcomb Marilyn O'Brien Marian Ohm Earl Oyler Iudy Parker Harriet Parks Faith Pechman Lewis Piety Ioyce Piper Bob Postiewait Patricia Poundstone Suzanne Prince Herberl Quarles Richard Quevy Kermit Radloff Pat Rebbe Donna Rees Don Reich Marilyn Reining George Reilz Bob Rendfeld William Rhein Louis Ribordy William Rice Ramona Robbins Helen Robertson William Rodger Don Rogers Sue Rogier Mary Hosebraugl-A William Roy lack Schepper Ramona Schmidt Ioyce Scholes Priscilla Schrag Iames Scot! Dean Shaffer lean Shumale Hal Simpkin Daniel Smith Virqinia Smith lean Spangler Ioan Speers 1 f .M gk: J , X v 1 i' is I I' 2129 1 A .1 gl ,L , H rg HQ' li in ,235 Wax '14 5? 1' .- ,N i L' 1 'JQQ .lg if ' " , - an "" H ' X QR 2 1 ., 3 fy I V l' '. 'M H r. fi ' a P, X , i l. i' ai' f f f-N U F' I I- 15, 5 7 , f 1,5 Y - ,f - -sr NVQ J . LY ri , f ff' gg, "s, J, ' ? Q 1 -v ,is d guage. ' , ...N M ' NQQSQR' Q ff., '22 Z: ff v .. Q W ' Ja tl -ai. .S ,. JW ' I OIQUJZLQUZLOH Ausm 1 .: :.f'Ni 3 3- . Lf. i-.,c.wffu-Ai V W .. l AMES A. TECKENBROCK Editor-in-Chief 1949 Ml1.LIDEK STAFF Iarnes A. Teckenbrock ..... Barbara Barta ..,...... . Ann Daigh fl Marilyn Proffitt l' ' lulia Young Berneice Hoshauer lean Best Carol Goltra Lenore Scherer Mollie Bence .... Iohn Olivero .... . . . . . . . Bolo Harlan .... .... . . Bill Tull s Skip Blake ' Marilyn Lowe QQ Virginia Smith Mr Glen Smith Q? . . . .Editor-in-Chief , . .Assistant Editor . . . .Senior Editors Class Photography Editors .Business Manager. Asst. Bus. Manager . . . . . .Sports Editor . . . . . .Artists ............Typ1sts . . Financial Adviser Ulf V"f EDITORIAL STAFF Seated: Harlan, Daigh, Goltra Back Row: Hoshauer, Proffitt Filson, Woare, Barta, Smith Teckenbrock, Lowe, Young Best, Shand. 1 BUSINESS STAFF ' QR --Z ,-Z' J V, ff" ..,f ' ,ffl ,,, Sedted: Bence, Olivero. rsr rw j Standing: Iohnson, Ecltherly, Dcrmrncmn, Gilcxson, Flirm, Dunn, Pensinger, McCumber, Brooks. PHOTOGRAPHERS 1 Icxck Erickson cmd " Don Trimmer r N Is NH L w X. 1 , 1' 1 MM 1. I rr r . TM M N Y r MOLLIE BENCE Business Manager E 1:19. Wx 215 rs. Q fi W M. W A "' TE . - - 1 Ei , 'Iliff R . sm, ig Wim 1 ,li , H - v rl- g M 1 EM R A J -Q rfvtfii' W5 j ,. 1 w 'igafjffi 1'-ff 2 . H '7"'1T"f Ml., 3 ., H V Xing Wg-rgfgsifi' fix f t x ' " ' 351 1 Q 'W RT' 'Y 'Z' ' fm. R V P55 2. . 'hr 11.51 'i U ff 1 ff ,, , L ' ,, " Lf. , ...-l f , N: -f-A, """::' ,,.. ,,2,... Mm in RICHARD FERRY new 'N Mr. B. F. 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OFFICERS President ....... ............... L ester Baker Vice-President .... .... B ob C-ilason Secretary ,..... . . ,lean Cornwell Treasurer .................... Arthur Allaben The Student Council has constantly acted as a buffer between the student body and the administration during the year of 1948-49, ef- fecting numerous changes for the good of the students. Clearing up the misunderstanding about the grading system, the council worked with the administration to make a definite stand against a rigid grade curve. A new budget system makes it possible for free activities to be offered to the school. The Coun- cil was instrumental in changing the women's residence hours and scheduling activities so that only certain nights of the week may be used for organizational meetings. One of the main projects of the Student Council for the year was the ratification of a new constitution. Numerous social activities were offered in the form of several mixers, the Sadie Hawkins Day Dance, back to school dances for both semesters, and the variety show, displaying the talent of all the Greek organizations on campus. The new dance floor and the paintings in the Sub were also ar- ranged by the Student Council. ' In the way of charity, the council sent out baskets at both Thanksgiving and Christmas to families needing aid, and at the beginning of the year, they fostered a drive for contribu- tors to the Red Cross blood bank. Although they have received considerable censure from many quarters, the members of the Student Council have continued to perform their duties and act for the good of the student body. 44682 . MIHIIHN INIlH'lNIltNl HSSHEIHIIHN First row: I. Mclntire, E. Challiss, E.. Bieler, D. Iostes, C. Bezares, D. Besch, B. Kriege, F. Patten, D. Lessman. Second row: A. Meyer, F. Wiener, S. Clausen, M. Vilrnure, R. Nickerson, H. Stocker, E. Leiever. Third row: W. Harvey, I. Stults, F. Hendricks, F. Green, D. McCarthy. OFFICERS President ........................ Dick Iostes Vice-President .... ........ I ack Stults Secretary ....,.. .,.. D arlene Besch Treasurer .........,......... Betty Lou Kriege FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. Leo Stine Mr. Howard Rice ' The Millikin Independent Association, newly named this year, incorporates the inde- pendent students on campus. This year has been one of the top years for expansion and organization. Large turnouts to meetings and parties were the rule, rather than the exception. Under the guiding hand of President Iostes, an all out effort was made to induce the independ- ent students to join the association. On the social side, a Thanksgiving dance was held in the Millikin gym. The highlight of G 692 the social year was the "Hard Times Party" held the latter part of March. Gay Young, the independent association homecoming queen candidate, Won the student election and served as Queen, reigning over the lighthearted homecoming festivities. Gay was also selected as a representative in "Who's Who in American Colleges," served as presi- dent of W.A.A. and was elected W.A.A. girl for the year. On the gridiron, Lavelle Staley, an out- standing guard, was named captain of the 1949 edition of the "Big Blue." Other' stars were Ralph Ambler, Who was given honorable men- tion all conference, Dan Heeley, Ralph Martini, and lack Allen. Ralph and Rex Hopkins, Charles Duncan, and Vic Trumper rounded out the baseball team. Independents Were also active in many other realms of sports as Well as the intramural program. E I Abendroth, Io Anne Williams, Dorothy Morse, Charlotte Ann Brown, Katherine Mullinax, Robert O Williams, lack Hart. The Chapel Committee is responsible for the Weekly chapel services that are held on campus. Students assisted in the services and frequently outside speakers were arranged for. Q' i. tl t 'S IHHN It is the function of the SCA cabinet to promote and organize the religious life of the campus. The cabinet seeks to unite all students interested in deepening and enriching religious conviction through study, Worship, fellowship, and directed action. Activities of the Associa- EHHPH EUMMIHH Harry Lewis, Ianet Weber, Wil- liam Tornhaugh, Shirley Clausen, E. I. Abendroth, Iohn Vrooman. l Speakers from many denominations have ap- peared during the year. Special services were held at Christmas and at Easter. tion include daily devotionals, Bible study, so- cial education and action, fellowship programs and deputation teams to near-by churches. SCA assisted in promoting the WSSF drive and sponsored a Freshman Camp for incoming students. 70? Snoeyenbos, Dennis, E. McNabb, Flack Meikle, Lukey. iM The assembly committee is responsible for the weekly assembly pr'ograrn. There were a number of innovations in the programs this year: a series of lecture-forums on The Mean- ing of the News was conducted by Dean Miller and Dr. Gage, opposing political candidates for national office shared the platform for speeches and open forum: the freshman class presented a variety show, four Millikin debaters This year saw the initiation of several new members into Pi Kappa Delta, honorary debat- ing fraternity. Under the sponsorship of Dr. L. C. McNabb and led by president Warner Davis, the group met other schools in tournaments at Normal, Charleston, and lacksonville. At the Charleston tournament, Millikin scored high cc 71:9 led a panel-discussiong assemblies were ex- changed with Illinois Wesleyan, greater em- phasis Was placed upon excellence of on- campus talent. Off-campus lecturers and entertainers in- cluded: The Kneisel String Quartette, Dr. Car- roll B. Malone, Dr. C, Herman Pritchett, lulia Bock Miller, Gertrude C. Neidlinger. lf Back row: Wiedeman, Logan, lays Harlan. Second row: I. Graves, R. Graves tenbacher, Olivero, Thornton, Dr McNabb. Temple. In front: Hall, Aulabaugh. when the team of Warner Davis and Luke Thornton won all four of its debates. Four of the regular debaters gave a dem- onstration in assembly during the year, dis- cussing the national question "Resolved: That a plan for federal aid to education in tax supported schools should be adopted." Roberts, Davis, Ferguson, Roet- Siltingz Renowden, Bieler, Iohnson, if WSL. .. 1 ,., .seem Standing: Pope, Proffitt, Westlund Ehmcm, Ferry, Hence, Dwyer Dr. McNabb. Seated: Daigh, Boden, Short, Ioys Conant Society, honorary organization for outstanding students in English, capped a suc- cessful year with its annual dinner. The group undertook several major projects during the year, one of the main ones being the sponsor- ing of "The Taming of the Shrew," presented by the Clare Tree Major players. In addition, they presented Eva l..eGallienne, famous act- ress, who dramatized scenes from great plays. In addition to numerous speakers and social hours, the group again sponsored a Writ- ing contest with cash awards, the Winning entries being printed in the Comet, a magazine printed annually. Ioyce Boden served as president of the group, and Dr. Maxwell, and Dr. McNabb were faculty advisers. Miller, Dr. Maxwell, Eatherly, First Row: Hudson, Robertson Langellier, Flinn, Long, jones Iohnston. Second row: Stocker, Henkhaus Althouse, Shorthose, Holkenbrink Cull, M. Waddell, Nickerson Clausen. Third row: Hortwich, Bunchman Koehler, Rudin. Fourth row: Houghton, Feat-heiley, Turner, Klinefe-lter, Hill, D. v Waddell, Granert, Ries, Knight, . Challiss, G-oltra, Cramer. Tau Chi Pi is a business sorority for Women intending to go into the business field, particu- larly business majors and students in the sec-- retarial science curriculum, Throughout the year, at their meetings, the members heard speakers on various phases of business, ac- K722 quainting them with the different vocations open to them in the business field. Under the sponsorship of Miss Margaret Sparks, the group had picnics and a Christmas party at the Tri-Delta house in addition to its regular meetings. -5 f - --. .,.,, ,Vim-f, Left to Right: Iarnes Curry, Roland N ' I W " Short, Abe Lincoln, Ioyce Boden. , ' ' r' Xi: gt it i it . - ' ' 57: as W r, . i N . Q. .,, S' 2 sy , is 1' . . r Z ..: .7 K Xa , 5 C - -V. 'fx '-'T t 1 .. ,fff 41: ' .,1,:. gg?-0: Kappa Society is the highest scholastic honor to be received by graduat- ing seniors. To be eligible one must maintain a 3.5 average throughout his academic years. Pi Mu Theta is the senior girls' honorary fraternity. It was ll itll :B HHH Left to Right: Ioyce Boden, Iune Bruce Stark, Doris Greb. founded in 1914 to honor high scholastic and outstanding participation in extra-curricular activities. All girls are eligible for membership provided they have main- tained a 3.0 or "B" average during their first three years of college. G73 D 'ifltyr ,J .,1f' 7 --4 WH M I Qnpg imE N E H The Women's Residence Hall Council serves as the legislative body for the four resi- dence halls, Aston, Fairview, West, and Main. In matters dealing with conduct, social func- tions, or revising the rules, the council is the HHME lEUNH President ...... ..., B etty Zimmerman Vice-President ,... ....... I oan Riggs Secretary ...,. .... G loria Weidner Treasurer ,..............,........ Alice Iones governing body. This year saw the inaugura- tion of a new plan also, that of having the house directors of all the wornen's houses on campus, including the sororities, meet with Dean Francis Falvey and the council. The Home Economics Club is an organiza- tion 'ior those majoring or minoring in Home Economics. Among the activities of the club were dinners, demonstrations, and monthly meetings. Movies and guest speakers were the highlights of these meetings. f 'mr ' r i nw I t i il l talk I Le Cercle Francais, headed by Margie Peters and sponsored by Dr. Flora Ross, topped its activities this year with the adoption of a French family, a medical student and his wife. The group concentrated on collecting clothes, books, school supplies, and food for the couple. suuuuip lSPHNU: Back row: Zeaman, Moomey, Roney, Logan, Schmelzer, Barden, Ruff. Middle row: Bates, Halberg, Kliiz- ing, Gerken, Morthland, Hough- ton, N. Smith, Hoest, Pope, ill. Sitting: Newman, McIntyre, Miller, Roettenbacher, Mr. Bench. La Sociedad Espanola is a group to famili- arize students of Spanish With the language and the customs of people in Spanish speaking countries. The major project of the group this year was the presentation of a Spanish play, "Rosina Es Fragilf' Other activities included a Wiener roast, several Spanish movies, a Hal- loWe'en party, a trip to the University of Illinois ' -N W ir., V ,Hilti HHNEH' B' V , 's fini In addition to regular meetings, the stu- dents had a French lecture on modern France, a Christmas program featuring a French play, and several picnics. All meetings are con- ducted in French. where the members saw a Spanish movie, and a Christmas party. The yuletide spirit was carried out in true tradition with carols, ending with a party at the Tri-Delta house. Carol Miller served as president of the organization, and Mr. Morris Bench was fac- ulty adviser. X752 Back row: Moomey, Temple, Haw kins, Davidson, Moody, Mullmcx Sitting: Aulabaugh, Dr. Ross, Iones Peters, Vilmure. Der Deutsche Verein worked not only for its own benefit this year but also aided students over in Europe by 'sponsoring a drive to collect clothing cmd books for overseas. The members aided their own cause in understanding the language better by corresponding throughout -4 -4 frlSEHt HN 9 Q, Freeland. fuss, Bieler. the year with German students. Under the sponsorship of Dr. Flora Ross, and headed by Elizabeth Schmalfuss, the group had two picnics and numerous educational and entertaining programs. President ........ ........... P aul Berry Vice-President ..... . . ,Walter Walker Secretary .................... Robert Guthrie Treasurer ...........,....... Howard Hawley Alpha Phi Omega was recognized on the Millikin campus in October. The group, which is made up of former Boy Scouts, was initiated into the fraternity the following February. Being a service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega crosses all lines of honorary, social, and professional fraternities, and thus members of other campus organizations may also be active in this fraternity. Activities included the con- struction of the Homecoming Oueen's float, the sponsorship of the Ugly Man contest, and as- sistance in the W.S.S.F. drive. K76b Standing: Levy, Lockmiller Col b r Brown, Strocher, Williams Sifting: Gerken, Dr. Ross, Schmal 'll row: Sewell, Knoop, Henne- , Strain. row: Davidson, Heinle, Krenzer, Zeeman. Price, Lige, lones. The art club, in its initial year of existence, undertook many activities, all of them success- ful. With Betty Price as president, they spon- sored two dances, one for members only, and another a spring dance. They added a novel twist to the W.S.S.F. carnival with their booth, and artists sketching portraits. With their sponsor, Mr, Lloyd C. Miller, they made trips to St. Louis, Springfield, and Champaign to attend art exhibits. At various times during the semester, the members had their own art exhibit up in the Tower Studios, each member submitting at least one of his own creations. -- , FIHMH ZHH Left to Hiqht: Rennier, Curry Strocher, Tipton, Mr. Bolen, Short Dr. Smith, Eifert, Schmaliuss Brauer. In 1943 Pi chapter of Sigma Zeta was in- corporated to promote a better understanding of science through group research and associa- tion with students in the various fields of sci- ence. Membership is lirnited to those in the CC 772 departments of physics, biology, and chemistry. Each prospective member is required to read an acceptable paper on some subject in the scientific field before he is considered for mem- bership. EUNEHH HHNH Under the competent direction of Mr. Howard Akers, the Concert Band has participated in many activities this past year. Besides two assembly con- certs, the band gave concerts in Peoria, Pekin, Maroa, and Moweaqua. On April 6, the band gave its second annual "Musical Moods" concert at the Masonic Temple. This show was sponsored by the Lions Club. The band in their new uniforms performed at all of the home football games and led the Homecoming parade. They also travelled to Bloomington to give a show for the Wesleyan-Millikin game. The student body always looked forward to the assemblies of which the band was in charge. Out of this years band grew a fine nineteen piece brass choir. The newly formed organization of all brass instruments appeared in public several times and broadcast over station W.M.B.D. in Peoria. This year the band numbered 80 musicians who have done much toward maintaining school spirit as well as furnishing this vicinity with high quality band music. Without the Capable and enthusiastic direction of Mr. Akers, the band would not have accomplished the many things that it has this year. 44 782 EHHIH The Millikin choir, under the able direction of Orville Shetney, a graduate of the Westminster Choir School, has had a very successful year. The choir has faithfully appeared in Chapel throughout the year, as Well as presenting the Messiah at the Masonic Temple in December and the annual Spring Concert in Taylor Hall on May 20. The choir made many trips to out of town schools and civic meetings of neighboring towns. These trips were enjoyed by all, but everyone is still anticipating the traditional choir trip in the near future. Mr. Shetney's sense of humor and understanding nature toward the choir were an inspiration to all who worked under him. Without his loyalty and interest, the choir Would not have been so successful in all that they undertook. A great deal of credit should be given to both the choir and Mr. Shetney for their outstanding contribution. cc 792 qrcelii PHNHHHNIE nnutuli President ....... .,,. I une Figge Vice-President .... ....... P at Reding Secretary ,..,,.. . . .Nathalie Spence Treasurer ....,......,...,..,... Mollie Bence The Council is composed ot the president and the rushing chairman of each ot the tour sororities. Dean Falvey serves as advisor to the group, Panhellenic's purpose is to bring about cooperation between campus groups. A recep- tion tor' all new women students was the first of Panhellenids activities, the second being the Panhellenic Dance held in October. As is tra- dition, this spring the council presented the annual Greek Sing, which has become one of the major campus events, The Work of Panhellenic consists mainly in planning the fall rushing schedules and super- vising the rushing period in regard to regula- tions set up for the benefit ot all organizations represented. All matters concerning Greek or- ganizations are settled by the women's Pan- hellenic Council and the men's lnter'-Fraternity Council. Norma Stone, AXOp Pat Reding, AXOg lean Cornwell, ZTAg Mollie Bence, Pi Phi: Sandra Lukey, Pi Phig Phyllis Bridgewater, Tri Deltap Nathalie Spence, Tri Deltap lime Figge, ZTA, INIIH-IHHIIHNIII IIIIIINEII The Inter-Fraternity Council is made up of three members from each fraternity along with respective faculty advisers. The purpose of the Inter-Fraternity Council is to promote good will and to bring about a better understanding on matters concerning the administration and problems of the fraternities. This year's Council was instrumental in promoting many new ideas for campus better- ment. The new book exchange and the pend- ing all-school trophy case originated in Council meetings and were referred to the Student Council for action. A new lnter-Fraternity Con- stitution has been proposed in hopes of putting teeth into the Inter-Fraternity Council and to draw the Greeks on campus into a closer net- work. lames Eckman represented the Millikin Inter-Fraternity Council at the National lnter- Fraternity Council Convention held in New York City. A reorganization of the intramural pro- gram was instituted by the Council. The third annual basketball banquet honoring the Blue cagers was held in March, While on the social side the lnter-Fraternity Council held its annual ball in the Orlando Hotel the latter part of March. Each year the spirit of cooperation has grown through Council guidance. The Greeks look forward to continuing this progressive leadership for the unification of Greek interests. Seated: Libero Pacioni, DSP: Richard Ryherd, TKEg Iohn Porterlield, TKEp George Gilmore, DSPg Gene C tt TKE- R b t G'l o SAE. o on, , o er IGS n, Standing: Paul Berry, DSPg Iack Hart, SAE: Iarnes Teckenbrock, SAE. . 4 I t I I I 1 I I I I Y --4 l f Q--li I I I I I I HHIHH EHI HMHIH lst row: R. Dcrws, B. Long, P. Beck, P. Lindsey, K. Fesler, C. Adams, P. Recling. Zndvsoxv: M. Anderson, T. Strocher, C. Hai-kins, D. Greb, I. Brennan, P. Crowell, S. Olds, B. Farley, S. 1 . 3rd row: P. Pyoundstone, N. Stone, M. Cox, M. Burd, H. Middleton, P. Duncan, E. Schmaltuss, I. Burnell, G. Schweizer, P. Kiernan, M. Miller, M. Shorthose, M. Althouse, F. Summers, B. Forsyth. 4th row: I. Riggs, I. McDonell, B. Hoshauer, B. Angell, D. Fischer, I. Hitchcock, I. Beck, F. Filson, C. Vandervort, D. Henkhaus, A. Lcmgellier, B. Iohnson. OFFICERS H First semester Second semester President ....... .... P at Reding Ioan Riggs Vice-President .... . . .Ioan Riggs Bernice l-loshauer Secretary ....... . . . Gloria Schweizer Twila Strocher Treasurer .................... Doris Greb Marietta Althouse Our first social activity of a very busy and successful year Was a pledge dance given at the chapter house. Decorations Were carried out by "buried treasure" and "pieces of eight" representing long ago pirate days and music Was supplied by a five piece combo. A Christmas party for the chapter and a Winter formal high-lighted the Christmas festivities. In February, the little girls from the Welfare Home were entertained at a Valentine party. The annual I-lonor's Day banquet given by the alumnae in April and the Spring Formal clitnaxed the year's social events. The Alpha Chi's were Well represented in organization and campus affairs this year. An outstanding office Was that held by Iulia Young Who Was elected vice-president of Student Council in an all school election. Another student council officer was secretary, Norma Stone. Elizabeth Schrnalfuss served as Q82 bb president of the German club and Iane Brennan as the vice-president of the Spanish club. Active in Tau Chi Pi were Marge Shorthose and Marietta Alt- house Who held the offices of secretary and treasurer of this organization. Iulie Young and Berneice Hoshaurer were co-junior editors for the Millidek. In the Home Economics club We were represented by vice-president Ioan Riggs. Pat Reding, active in Pi Mu Theta was chosen for "Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities." A high light of the year was the crowning of Io Ann Faulkner, queen of the W.S.S.F. carnival. 11-w-----Y lllll llllll IltllH This has been a big year for the Tri-Delts. Homecoming began the activities with Tri-Delts winning two prizes. Sarong-clad Cannibals making a tasty stew of Illinois College won the cup for the best float, and the house decorations which included a 27-foot teepee with Indians sitting before a campfire whose smoke spelled "Heap Big Welcome Alumni" were awarded second prize. Other activities included the pledge dance, Thanksgiving Eve Founders Day Dinner, the Christmas formal held at Scovill's clubhouse, the Pine Party for the Alliance and the Mother's Club, an Easter Party for the girls in the Welfare Home, the Spring formal at the Orlando Hotel and the traditional Pansy breakfast. I Marilyn Aulabaugh, Phyllis Bridgewater, and Carol Miller represented Tri-Delta in Pi Mu Theta, women's honorary society. Carol Miller served as president of the Spanish club and secretary of W.A.A. Marilyn Aulabaugh was elected vice-president of the French club. Marilyn Morthland was chosen by Alpha Phi Omega, Boy Scout fraternity, as "Miss Liberty" was co-chairman of the W.S.S.F. drive. Beth Hamblen acted as publicity chairman of the W.S.S.F. drive. , In March, the city Pan-Hellenic council presented Tri-Delta with the scholarship cup in recognition of their achievement of the highest scholastic average among sororities on campus. lst row, left to right: I. Ahlers, E. Hawkins, I. Brown, N. Walker, C. Cole, I. Rudin, I. Fearheiley, S. Simcox, R. Wilcox. 2nd row: I. Williams, B. Talbert, D, Koehler, Aulabaugh, N. Spence, Mrs. Weinand, G. Hartwich, C. Miller, C. Frink, N. Kuerle, N. Ross. 3rd row: B. Hamblen, M. Morthland, S. Eyerly, M. Asbury, I. Bielefeld, I. Parker, B. Iohnston, I. Bunch- mcm, I. Kasheiska, B. Simmons, K. Neuschuter, C. Cramer, I. Hover, V. Happel. 4th row: H. Robertson, H. Parks, P4 Brooks, V. Herron, H, McEvoy, D. Burwell, P. Long, P. Bridgewater, IE. Clark, A. Cummins, G. Klitzing, L. Ponewash. a -V -15. K lad 'X . JE- g ,.v,, . , ' . Q84b lui. . President ...4... Vice-President ...... if ,Elf "A..J Recording Secretary ..... .... Corresponding Secretary ...... Treasurer .,......,... OFFICERS First semester Nathalie Spence Glada Hartwick Marilyn Aulabaugh Virginia Happel Carol Miller' cc 8575 Second semester Carolyn Cramer Marilyn Aulabaugh lo Ann Williams Glada Hartwick Phyllis Bridgewater HI HHH PHI Bottom row, left to right: B. Canadcxy, I. Butt, I. Keller, P. McCottery, M. Merz, A, Benedict, B. Banner, B. Walmsley, I, Spangler. 2nd row, left to right: N. Deetz, L. Brown, I. Downs, G. Grcmert, A. Daigh, M. Bence, M. Ward, M. Iohnson, M. Proffitt, M. Tolly, D. Live:-rgood. 3rd row. left to right: I. Traughloer, D. Cull, S. Shields, N. Krenzer, M. Durr, A. Mclntyre, M. Ward, M. grodwin, I... Scherer, I. Catlin, S. Lukey, I. Dunn, L. Knight, I. McCumber, M. Taylor, I. Weishaar, B. ar cr. Top row, left to right: B. McMillan, M. Dwyer, D. Osgood, L. Shand, B. Flinn, M. Kendall, B. Hall, A. Iones, A. Kierner, G. Weidner, S. Hayes, I. Inckson. OFFICERS ' First semester Second semester President .........,...... .... M ollie Bence Gloria Granert Vice-President ...........,.... Ann Daigh Mary lane Dwyer Corresponding Secretary ...... Ruth Richardson loan lackson Recording Secretary ........,. Mary lane Dwyer Sheila Hayes Treasurer .......,............ Gloria Granert Marnita Kendall Homecoming opened a rnost successful social year for Pi Beta Phi. "Milli," a huge crepe paper fish, was featured on our annual float, while Mother Goose loaned us a poem for the giant story book page, which took third place in the house decoration contest. The serni-annual pledge and initiation dances were held at the chapter house and the actives entertained the pledges at the traditional slumber parties. Several dinners were given throughout the year, honoring Dean Frances Falvey, Dr. Claude D. Dicks, Pi Phi faculty advisor, and Miss Peggy Dick, province president. ' The highlight of the year was the visit of Amy Burnham Onken, Grand President of Pi Beta Phi. A tea, honoring Miss Onken, was held at the chapter house following the annual Founders Day celebration. Participation in the W.S.S.F. Carnival, Greek Sing, and annual Variety Show rounded out the Pi Phi activities for i948-49. Mollie Bence and Beverly McMillan were chosen to be members of Pi Mu Theta, womans honorary scholastic society. Mollie also served as Business Manager of the Millidek and is listed in Whos Who in Arnercan Colleges and 4852 Unversities. Polly Proffitt and Ann Daigh were co-senior editors of the Millidek and Ann was treasurer of Conant Society. Polly and Sandra Lukey served in the Queen's Court for Homecoming. Mary Alice Iohnson was secretary of Pi Kappa Delta, debate society and Alice lones served both as treasurer of W.A.A. and secretary of the Home Economics Club. Gloria Weidner was treasurer of the Home EC Club. Biggest events of the season as always, were the "Frozen Fantasy," Winter Formal at the Orlando and the Spring Dinner Dance at Scovill Country Club, ending another great Pi Phi year. l'Yl"l 'W 4. President ..... Vice-President. . . . . Secretary. . . Treasurer. . . Historian .... ZHH IHH HIPHH OFFICERS First semester Iune Figge Betty Price Ioan Kemp Iulia Hudson Mary Shimer Second semester Iean Cornwell Annette Smith Iulia Hudson Cornelia Klinefelter Nanette Smith The Zetas had a Golden Anniversary tea on October 17 to celebrate the founding of Zeta Tau Alpha fifty years ago. Our first dance of the year Was a house dance on October 9 with the theme "Hollywood Lounge." A "Schmoo Dance" on November 6 was a dance honor- ing our new pledges. Scovill's Country Club became a "Winter Wonderland" for the Zeta Winter formal, held Ianuary 7. lst Row, left to right: M. Fish, C. Fldch, I. Figge, F. Goodrich, M. Alice, C. Luhr, I, Cornwell, G. Wecxver, H. Pope, F. Foote, C. Houghton. 2nd Row: S. Bass, D. Todd, I. Shumate, M. Lovins, D. Durbin, N. Hoest, N. Smith, L. Peck, S. Smith, A. Smith, I. Kemp, I. Hudson. 3rd Row: M. Shimer, M. Winslow, M. Morgcm, M. Holler-berg, P. Rebbe, E. Turner, M. Dale, V. Neal, F. Kimrnell, M. Lowe, V. Smith, F. Weaver, C. Klinelelter, I. Whitrner, I. Bolin, B. Mcxrquczrdt, Mrs, Cardwell. 4th Row: R. Large, M. Sl-timer, D. Dunkelberg, S. Bonnen, P. Lige, D. Stoops, M. O'Brien, B. Yonker, B. Price, I. Thiele, D. Petterson, M. Ives, C. Kock, M. Sullivcm. e885 Maxine Fish was elected secretary of the Iunior Class and was the only girl to be elected to a class office. Other' Zetas elected to offices were lean Cornwell, secretary of Student Council, lulie Hudson, president of Tau Chi Pi, and Betty Price, president of the Art Club. lean Cornwell was also chairman of the Constitution Committee. lean Best served as Sophomore Editor of the Millidek. Zeta's Homecoming float, "We'll Slay 'Em," won third place in the Home- coming Parade. Co-chairman for Homecoming publicity was Nan Hoest. Marie Alice and Ioan Thiele were among the Homecoming Queens court. Two Zeta Seniors, lune Figge and Mary Shirner were elected by the University for Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities. ZTA ended the first semester by being first in scholarship among the other sororities. The second semester started off with or "bang" when "The lailbird lump" was given for' the actives by the new initiates and pledges. The dance, given on March 19, was complete with guilotines, sheriffsfand hangmen's nooses. The chapter gave its last dance of the year, a Plantation Ball, on May 14. e893 X E Row 1: Postiewait, Chapman, Keller, Schoenfielder, Snoke, Fleming, Loving, Gehrig, Pres. Baker, Stauder, Wombacker, Enloe, Gooch, Cook, Tolly, Smith. ' Row 2: Sirocher, Hazeniield, Carter, Isley, Davidson, Reedy, Ward, Bickes, Hall, Robinson, Burwell, Barterm, Pacioni, A. Allaben, Moothart, Learman, Stein, Ball. How 3: Wells, Hesse, Brady, Frye, Logan, Dunnell, I. Allaben, Smith, Black, Danforth, Andrews, Stollard, Noland, Iohnson, Dodson, Kurek. u M.. 'li M X-we Row 4: Root, Plotzbecker, Cottrell, Salmond, Mueller, Berry, Ambler, Smith, Miller, Kashefslca, Thomas, Day, Ormond, Guess, Rose, McCarty, Smith, V. Davidson, Gillmore, Broadbear, Parr, Scherer, Davis. Row 5: Talbert, Mullholand, Burdick, Helledy, Minert, Poland, Turner, Buchmann. Row G: Steagall, Wiederin, Taylor, Innes, Schroeder, Lischew- ski, Florian, Reed, Ernst, Tinch, Womack, Connor, Kerr, Dolan, Weekly, Maclfadden, Durcholz. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester President .....,............... Libero Pacioni President ..............,........... Les Baker Vice-President. . . ....... Truman Isley Vice-President .,.... ..... I ohn' Taylor Secretary ...... ..... R ussell Mueller Corres. Secretary .... .... C harles Frye Treasurer ..,.. . . . . . ...... William Smith Record. Secretary ,... . .......... Eddie Root Looking back to the school year, 1948-49, to the many and varied accomplishments that were attained, the Delta Sigs of f.M.U. point with pride. Of the forty-three men pledged in the fall, thirty-eight of these Were to make grades and be initiated. When the football season got under Way, fourteen Delta Sigs donned uni- forms, led by Capt. Don Shroyer. More than half earned the right to wear a letter sweater. ln the election of class officers, the boys from l235 West Main swept the field, taking eleven of the sixteen positions. Winning second place in the float contest with their immortal bottle, helped make Homecoming a success, not to mention the-35 to U victory over the boys from Iacksonville. When excitement turned from the gridiron to the hardwood floor, D.S.P, never faltered in contributing their share. Led by Toby Althoff, who captained both the basketball and base- ball team, and his boys, Scott Steagall, Eddie Boot, and Captain-elect Pappy Ormond on the first teamg and with Bill "Bruce" Day and Butch Esker on the Second Team, the men of Alpha Lambda chapter of Delta Sigma Phi, could truly be proud, People will talk a long time about the record breaking QU to 69 trouncing the Big Blue gave lllinois College, and Stea- gall's over-powering 33 points which was also a new individual scoring record. ln intramurals, the boys fought a hard close fight to defend the trophy won the year before. At each dance, it seemed a better time was had than at the one before. They were the Pledge Dance, The Christmas Formal held on December 10, Founder's Day, the traditional Sailor's Ball, and the Spring formal on May E5. KSU bb . 'B Wa : "b1 SX i H WE Y? .e W ,mm E45 W L T n Q4 38 , mg S., ass SLG if m mn na sa. M QQEH mafw, M HgB.' 1: v. WHL?" Ei ,g . af A sb: ,Fw M. 22:5 Va rem 1 Q z 'iw ' x WW, I SIHMH HIPHH lPSIlHN FHFW1 Pww-H11 1f!?l'9h-4 ,432 lst row: R. Munsie, I. Lester, R. Keeler, I, Butts, L. Irish, I. Connor, W. Hinds, I. Galvin, I. Venturi, R. Gilason, F. Kuny I Hart I Olivero, Alph, E Malerich, P. Rivard, M. Collins, R. Roach, R. Harlan, I. Alexander, H. Osgood, W. Miller, O. Shumate, D. Palmer, R. Erwin. Blake, Fessel, W. Helme, R. Wilcox, D. Long, C. Kron- 3rd 15103: l-uMg.9fgChf R-Rtclrigif .113 gf'1Vg1l?YftED.LEUCl'1f R- miller, R. Murray, C. Meyer. 2nd row: R. Rooney, D. Lindsay, D. Behnlce, W. Wallis, R. Hogan, I. Walker, D. Trimmer, R. Munsie, I. Hazelrigg, R. Williams, I. Hoessler, I. Erickson, R. Goltermann, R. Pen- singer, T. Harlan, K. Harm, I. Teckenbrock, A. Murray, R. c onne., ates, c S1 y, an, ameron, I. Tucker, R. Dobbins, I. Wilson, H. Weisenmeyer, D. Bang- ert, I. Novak, D. Lawson, I. Crocker, I. Robertson, L, Ribardv, H. Pritchett, D. Hess, W. Dickenson, R. Allen, R. Harnmerstrom, Fi. Miller, S. Sewell, L. McGowan, L. Proffitt. OFFICERS First semester Second semester President ...... .... I ack Hart Iack Hart Vice-President. . . . . . Iirn Teckenbrock Fred Kuny Secretary ....... .... W illiarn Helme Iohn Olivero Corr, Secretary. . . ..,. Tom ,Harlan Torn Harlan Tr'easurer ....... ..., I ohn Venturi ' ' Iohn Venturi Pledge Master. . . . . . Bob Collins Bob Gilason Clarence Iohnson The boys from North Fairview started the year off in a "rush" with the fall hcfyrack rides, bar-b-ques, and house dances rounding out the activities. The first dance of the fall social season was held at the St. Nick portraying a "Shipwreck Party." The highlight of the first semester was the "SAE Mardi Gras" held at the Orlando. The second semester social activities brought forth the "Tramps Tromp" and the traditional spring formal at the Decatur Club. l9-48 produced an SAE football year with Brother "Dutch" Denton claiming all conference recognition and Brothers Iohnson, Dickinson, Palmer, l-less, Messenger, Vaughn, and pledge Weisenmeyer earning their blue Brothers Bob and Art Murray displayed their talents on QQZD the hardwood and Brother Earl Malerich took his place on the diamond. But Norman cap- tained the tennis team. Iack Hart and Earl Malerich were listed in "Who's Who," and Iack was elected president of the senior class., Iirn Teckenbrock edited the Millidek and Bob Harlan served as sports edi- tor of the Decaturian. Bob Gilason retired as all school vice-president and social chairman. l948-49 has been a year of expansion, toil, and pleasure for the Sig Alphas. The big ern- phasis is being laid on building for the future. So far, extensive repair and remodeling work have been done on the house, but all look toward the new house that shines in the not too distant future. ,- Top row, left to right: F. Tresch, R. Caulk, G. Cotten, I. B. Behrends, B, Warren, D. Ruddock. lohnsonf B' Wright' Porter' D' Hardy' I' Porlerlleld' 3rd row: R. Koshinski N. Calhoun I. Parker I Allen R A' Dqmmcmn' B' Hams' D' Boyd' L' WISS' Roberts, I. Hampson, P. Freischlog, G. Ash B Miller 2nd row: S. Taylor, D. Schroll, I. Bolen, F. Ousley, K. 4th row: B. Fish, R. Young, I. Ryholt, I. Meixner R St am Wilson, D. Eberle, A. Sarran, L. Thornton, W. Strain, I. R. Guthrie, D. Ferry, S. Eatherly, I. Meikle. Eckman, C. Waclzita, B. King, B. Sutherland, T. Mentis, OFFICERS Prytanis .... Epi-Prytanis. . . . First semester Gene Ryherd Iack Parker Second semester Scott Eatherly Robert King Grarmateus .Bolo Roberts Cy Wadzita Hegamon. . .Cecil Walker David Schroll Histor ....,. Irv Iohnson Iarnes Eckrnan Hypothetes. Ray Caulk Iames Meikle PLEDGES Top row, left to right: R. Harris, R. Ousley, D. Wright, I. 3rd row: I. Barnes, I. Waggener, A. Anderson, D Begrns McDonald, B. Sutherland, B. Lovejoy, B. Cease, G, R. Brozio, W. Moore, B. Iaclcson, B. Rhein, L Iahvrm Reitz, I. Hoeplhner, Doyle, B. Hanna. H. Young. 2nd row: I. Lipps, I. Curran, D. Carr, I. Ellis, W. Grant, B. 4th row: D. Logan, B. Short, B. Iohnson, I. Calwell F Piggot, F. Rhein, B. Fergusen, D. Irvin, B. Harry, F. Tickner, B. Hill, N. Carpros, C. Wheeler. Conville, F. Krone. The year l948-'49 has proved to be Teke's bumper year for school activity. A record class of 43 pledges were received into Beta chapter and helped make a success of the record number of social activities held during the year. The first semester's social whirl was capped by the "Sleighbell Ball," Christmas formal, held in the Orlando Hotel. For the first time, Teke was awarded the Homecoming trophy for the best decorated house. With its copy of the Millikin seal and a giant burn- ing torch of knowledge, TKE have a cheery wel- come to the returning alums. Brother Bill Suther- land was co-chairman for the 1949 homecoming festivities. He was aided by Dan Logan, in charge of the Cavalcade of Talent, and Barry Short co- chairrnan of publicity. Big Bill Sutherland again came through by being elected to the office of President of the junior class. Fraters Dick Ferry and Barry Short were intrusted with the editorship of the Decatur- ian for the year, and Luke Thornton won further recognition by his election as President of the Millikin student body. Teke alums were prominent this year, too. Ed Keil, '42, was chosen as co-chairman of the alurnns homecoming committee. One of the brightest spots in the year was the unveiling of the new television set in the Teke chapter house. The curious have been to see and enjoy the new equipment since its installation. On the sports front, the pledges of Teke again won the intra-mural football championship. End- ing in a deadlock, the race had to be climaxed by a playoff game between SAE and Teke, tie for first place honors. Teke came out on the long end of a 14-U score. Brothers Dick Ferry and Barry Short were further honored by being selected as representa- tives of Millikin University in the national Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities publi- cation. Prater lames Eckman was sent by the inter- fraternity board of Millikin to New York City as their representative in the National lnter-Fratern- ity Conference meet November Z5-27. The highlight this year was the 50th Anni- versary dinner, lan. lO, in the Memorial Center at Alpha Chapter, Illinois Wesleyan University. in if Seated. left to right: E. Goodrich, F. Vallas, I. Williams, B. Alexander, I. Vaughan, I. Knight, E. Timmons. Second row. left to right: I. Schroeder, D. Bailey, N. I. Bingmcm, I. Davis, S. Smith, I. Beck, G. Newbould. QFFICERS President ................... Evelyn Timmons Vice-President ................... Ioan Knight Recording Secretary ..... Norma Iean Bingman Treasurer ..................... Martha Soffas Corresponding Secretary ..... Betty Alexander Chaplain ......,....,...... Eleanor Goodrich Editor ,........................... Iune Figge Sergeant-at-Arms ............ Alice l-loltgreve The S.A.l.'s began their busy year by decorating a float for the Homecoming Parade, sandwiched in between rehearsals for I-l.M.S. Pinafore, an operetta, which Was given by the S.A.l. and Phi Mu Alpha chapters. Rush parties were given both semesters with four girls being pledged and initiated the first semester and fourteen girls being pledged the second semester. The annual Rose Tea, given by the alum- nae at Mrs. Clyde H. Tearnan's home, was an event looked forward to by all the S.A.l.'s. The Sigma Alpha Iota chapter was a beer- hive of activities during the honored visit of the National First Vice President, Mrs. Thomas P. McAdams, with a formal musical, chapter meeting, conferences, pledging, and a formal banquet. sera... Third row, left to right: l. lsringhausen, A. Daigh, G. Schweizer, A. Holtgreve, I. Frey, D. I. Cope, B. L. Kriege, I. Figge, I. Wakefield, V. Wilson. Not present lor picture: M. L, Woods and M. Solfas. The S.A.l.'s participated in the Variety Show and the Greek Sing. An assembly pro- gram, featuring contemporary music, was pre- sented in May. The annual Vesper Service was held at the Westminster Presbyterian Church as was the Founders Day Banquet, honoring the Founding of Sigma Alpha lota, December l, 1904. The year closed with the annual Rose Dance, a spring formal, and a formal dinner. I Ill MH HlIlHH Ist row: L. Meyers, W. Pytell, H. Quarles, E. Oyler, N. Mun- Back row: I. Price, F. Flack, O. Shetney, H. Hess, E. Iordan, son, R. Keener, A. Roth, S. Scmner. Vgplff, E. lilfttolion, CB Stgub, Bgfghey, RRTe31'nplfto?', 2 d : R. E t , I. K l' , D, S t , M. C k, I. H ckler, E. ' nomas' ' rue' ' GY' ' 1 EY' ' Oy '. ' u 5:1vdllwoodPEPEvanS?5l Rutheerlcoig, I. Brewster, BFHayden, gfsgifafgieg- Shun' E- Sampson' R' Peebles' I-" Hawkins' At piano: C. Eclcrnann, A. Logan, I. Bearden, Sin. ' ' OFFICERS Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a campus or- President ..... Vice-President. . . Secretary ..... Treasurer .... Pledge Master Charles Eckmann . . . .Archer Logan .Robert Younker . . .Ted Bradford . . .Chuck Wolff ganization devoted to music students and other musicians attending the conservatory and the university. This year the Phi Mus provided music for the Homecoming Variety Show. The annual Phi Mu All-American show, a program of American music presented every year by the organization, Was especially outstanding this year. Highlight of the program was an original composition by Iohn Balamos entitled, "A Day in Old Constantinople." During the Christmas season, Phi Mu Al- pha conducted its annual caroling at various places around the campus and in town. Some places included in the caroling were Macon County Hospital, Boys' Opportunity Home, Dr. Malone's residence, and all of the fraternity and sorority houses. This marks the third year that the Phi Mus have helped establish the Christ- mas spirit. Phi Mu Alpha has gained a Wide reputa- tion of renown for outstanding musical ability throughout the city of Decatur. , X 11 alfifelici ,,.,, W , - ---.-.- - .ff -.-- -. :Fmt r 0 H" '--v- f , pg, Y .L '-:Lv - 0: f - I ,.M-D- ,,' ',,: xii-, , ,..,,,, --,., ' ff vY'ff: ff' .anna .9AjpV. Q na xo w- ff 3517, -I" ' - 1 :--- . . . - 'I'-55' Q' 4 --K -I'-J-i9l197'T9 Pt':f:1x q3I'i.i1l'alq'Q'1'-.-nrifutlgllt . ' X Y I-rx. I .P 'mv W f ,,... dwg, gggssH,g9,.qi , ,N X3 if W .. J if A vip., W, - 3 Q.. ,.,.,. M... ...- 'W f - ,-U +4 5. v Mlm M , ., 'ff "f3w,'Qf:"7'f"" ' - if u-"" S1 -W qi? ' 'su Sai f". s ' nn RALPH ALLAN Director of Athletics W 7ecam ,ig ll Ralph Allan came back to his alma mater in the fall of '47 as head basketball coach, filling the position vacated by Don Lindeberg. He produced a championship ball team and last fall he succeeded athletic director, Marshall Wells. As the 1948-49 sports season got underway, Allan began to look to the future as far as athletics was concerned at Millikin. On paper the Big Blue looked fine, but on the field things Weren't so good. Letterrnen Were plentiful- for the first string teams, but after that there was a big void. Experienced reserves were lacking in all the sports. And so more and more men were asked to give it "the old college try." Eighty-six men reported for football, over fifty for basketball, and forty-five reported for baseball. Also on the agenda was the thing Millikin has needed badly for years-a new field house. Allan set about this task in the only means possible-virtually a one man organiza- tion to raise funds for the project. Better rela- tions between the alums and the school have been established, and it is now hoped that the field house can be a reality by 1955. Front Row, left to right: Staley, Ball, Kowalski, Hess, clers G Ambler Hardy lnms Poland Zahn De1'1f01'1f ShT0Y9f, Palmer, R- Ambler, We1keT1 Sl-lf' Third Row McFadden Iohnson Messenger Martini lon' D9Cffb01'1'1- Fyke Wiesenmeyer Cottrell Weakly Guess Wells Second Row: Behrend, Allen, Hazenfield, Heely, San- Day lHHlHHll Henry I. "Whitey" Keil, in his first year as head foot- ball coach for the Big Blue, introduced the "T" formation offensive for the gridders to replace last year's single Wing offensive. Whitey was appointed as the Millikin grid mentor last spring replacing Marshall Wells. Keil assumed his duties here August 15. l-le came to I.M.U. from Carthage College where he was line coach and head baseball coach. This year, the Big Blue, plagued by injuries, Won 3 and lost 6 games, but the groundwork for next year's team has been firmly established. For the first time since the War, Millikin gridders have had an intensive spring football drill. Three Weeks of hard Work, terminated with an intra-squad game, Was part of Whitey's program to produce a Winning football team here at Millikin in the near future. With the coming of spring, Whitey again donned his black baseball cap, and after spring football drills, took over the coaching of the 1949 Big Blue track team. HENRY I. KEIL Head Football Coach INNIS RIPS OFF EXTRA YARDAGE SHROYER CAUGHT IN MID-AIR "Big Red" Iohnson r Honorable Mention All Conference Captain Don Shroyer All Conference Dan "Bubber" Heely "Duich" Denton All Conference Ralph Martini Dave Messenger Hal Wiesenmeyer 2nd Team All Conference Arky Vaughn and Bill Sutton "BIG RED" PAVES THE WAY L 4 Y VY! ' . H M- "fi gs, . 5, t1',Tf'.. -v, , "' '-5 . Q5 - - ,""' ,fl .:Qa , i"-s 5 .Q u " 4. I I .1 n A Q s ia I f x '.- 5 'L I .-. H, L gyg.-, 1 .W L fl' A ,L S 1 V M, +int V ,. Q, L ,Egg ,.,-'f' Q X . if , iv 'Il K F ' ' -, F E A, r rf vi It f 'I ,K 1' ' A 'I . P. 1 K V, 1424. H Y 'fi ' X' ' 'LQ I x I V v 4 . A y 1 5, .,, lf- F fa ff",-' .higgy . 4 ,,,,. , " 'VLH yljqfe 5 4 V - - 0 s W ' A Q . . . ,,. ' ix ' " . rv , K ks- :ny pn V H al ',. 'Qffflb '-f. -s A fi of" , . , . r'?X A J. A ...s f- x K Y W , f,m,. -.1 ,ri , M14 ,L I" ggghqi., ,wi ay ,N ",. ' iiirf ., pr- 5'- , .J.,. -4 4 i Coach "Whitey" Keil received eighty-six enthusi astic football candidates f or the first day of practice last fall and immediat l ' ' e y previewed the 'T" formation offensive that the Big Blue were to use this year. Returning from last years squad were seventeen lettermen who formed the nucleus of the '48 team. ln the forward wall for the Blue were veterans "Dutch" Denton, Lavelle Staley, "Bed" Iohnson, Duane Palmer, Ralph Martini and lack Allen. A newcomer to the lineup was freshman Hal Wiesenmeyer who did mo t of the kickin f th ' s g or e team. In addition, he converted successfully in eleven out of tw l eve attempts for extra points. The backfield was composed of All Conference and Captain Don Shroyer, Dan Heely, Ralph Ambler, Bill Sutton, and freshmen Tony lnnis and Don Hess. Injuries haunted the Millikin eleven continually throughout the season. The nine game schedule was completed with a Won three, lost six record and fourth place in the College Conference of Illinois. Despite their .333 record, the Big Blue placed five men on the All-Conference lineups. Heading the list was halfback Don Shroyer, who led the Blue in scoring with thirty-six points. Named to the first string guard position was "Dutch" Denton who played a fine game both of- fensively and defensively all through the season. Second team nominations went to tackle Clarence fohnson and to end Hal Wiesenmeyer. Wiesenmeyer collected seventeen points during the season. funior Ralph Ambler completed the list as he received honor- able mention. Two bitter defeats were suffered by Millikin this year at the hands of their rivals, Eastern and Wes- leyan. The Panthers used nearly every means pos- sible to score, while the Tit ' ans aerial attack clicked to perfection for their victory. Very pleasant indeed, though, was the 35-O home- coming victory over Illinois College. Coach Keil had the boys keyed up for this game and even the rain and mud couldn't stop the Blue and White from rolling onward. Western, Wheaton, and Carroll College effectively stopped the Millikin "T" formation and won by de- cisive scores. The way to victory over Augustana was tough, but a brilliant 59 yard run by Shroyer coupled with a 12 yard pass play, Don Hess to Shroyer, proved enough to turn the tide. The Carthage homecoming was spoiled as the Keilmen brought home a 14-13 victory. Shroyer fig- ured in both Millikin scores as he passed to Bob McFadden for one and scored the second from the 4 yard line. Hal Wiesenrneyer's "automatic" toe kicked two perfect conversions to complete the victory. The season ended against Lake Forest on a cold, muddy day. The Big Blue failed to capitalize on two early scoring opportunities while the Gold Coasters were building up a 12-U lead. Ralph Ambler finally sneaked over for th e first Blue tally and later Shroyer tossed a pass to McFadden for the second. However, the visitors had clicked on two long pass plays and won the game 24-14. Millikin .......... U Western ..... 13 Millikin ..... . . 7 Augustana . . O Millikin ..... . . . U Wheaton . . . . . . 26 Millikin ..... . . . 14 Carthage . . . . . . 13 Millikin ..... . . . O Carroll ..... . . . . 20 Millikin ..... . . . 35 Ill. College . . . , . . . U Millikin ..... . . . 7 Eastern .... . . . . Z7 Millikin ,... . . . 6 Wesleyan . . . . . 27 Millikin .,.. . . . 14 Lake Forest 24 Coach Allan, Wiesenmeyer, Sarran, Day, Ormond, Esker, Fyke, Lewis. Kneeling: A. Murray, Root, Steagall, Capt. Althotf, B, Murray, Ball, Radloff. Sitting: Mgrs. Hansen, Norman, Teckenbrock. Captain Toby Althoff The Big Blues dominance of the Little Nine basketball world ended this year. For two consecutive post-war years, the Blue cagers had led Little Nine opponents on the hardwood courts, but losses to Illinois College and Wheaton, and a double setback by the Titans of illinois Wesleyan added the coupe d' grace to Millikin's chances of winning this year. The possibilities of the Big Blue repeating as conference champs looked good at the beginning of the season. Only two regulars from the l947-48 team were missing, and returning were eight lettermen. Back in the lineup were Captain Toby Althott, Scott Steagall, and Ed Boot. The newcomers were W'alter "Bud" Ormond and Bob Murray. From a squad of some titty-five basketball candidates, Coach Balph Allan molded a varsity team ot ten men who, had they received the "breaks" in the right games could have copped the C.C.l. crown. lnstead Millikin ended the season with a 12-ll record. Among their losses were nine games that were decided by a total ot five points or less. Four one- point decisions were against the Big Blue as were two over- time games. On the bright side ot the basketball ledger though was the fact that the Big Blue broke nine existing records this year. Sophomore Scott Steagall paved the way with his record breaking total of 486 points scored in the twenty-three games played. X X 'ini I -.QS I M V, 3' ! J? 5 ab lf? .Vis fs H 4, ,W V ! 3 ,' '., ,f. -M , 7 : 5 5 Na, I 5 ' V Y ,N , i -:X .Y if' 7:2 B11 ' 14" ., X ,, . Q , . 'xx' . V vga: .i K ki .4 W ' ,, , U' ' I ' , . A 'E . : qv Q , .l ' I .' - . 9- Y f L, , , ' . W s L. ' I K "i 1 V, .- .ix N , H j , ,V ,N :fer ' ' ' - -4, -4- 2 L UNK' l o , M ' 'o,,e get! +99 . Vo? ' v gf , if X ZA" lH4H-lH4H IlH3IlllHHll StHSUN The lllinois College game, always a grudge battle, saw Scotty again leading the "hit" parade as he dumped in a new individual per game scoring record of 33 points. Also broken was the team scoring record and the total game points mark. The 90-69 victory broke the old record of 86 points per game for the Blue, and the 159 total broke the previous mark of l56 set When Millikin suffered a 77- 76 defeat by the Anderson, Indiana quintet. Other records that were established this year Were: CU Highest average points per game by individual for season-Scott Steagall, C25 most points by Millikin in one season-l,584, C35 highest average points per game by Millikin-67.3, H49 highest average points per game by opponents-61.5, C55 most points by opponents in one season-l,4l2. Opening the season against a highly trained Cape Girardeau outfit, the Blue and White cagers turned in o: fifteen point 75-60 victory. Three nights later the visiting Normal team suffered a 60-41 defeat and then Eastern turned the tables on the Big Blue, 62-58. Millikin finished off the pre-holiday schedule with Wins over both Lake Forest and DePauw. The Ravens of Anderson, Indiana pulled an overtime game out of the fire and the Blue took out their revenge on Southern in a benefit game for the Flora fire department with a 64-57 victory. Highlight of the season was the Washburn Invitational tourney at Topeka, Kansas. The four team tourney saw Millikin drop an- other one point verdict and then turn back a "sky-scraping" Texas Wesleyan team for third place honors. From this time on throughout the year, Millikin had trouble keeping themselves above the .500 rating in the Won-lost column. The Panthers of Eastern won their second game from the Blue, Illinois College rubbed in a five point Win, and big Al Miksis, of Western, flipped in a basket with one second remaining to give the Leathernecks a 68-67 victory. 'tt if 1 9 e eaqeu .yntrqclian Big Blue sent them back home a much dis- gusted team as Scott Steagall set a new indi- vidual scoring record of 33 points and as a team, the Allanmen poured 90 points through the nets to establish another record. Kintner gym was packed to capacity for the second encounter of the Big Blue with Wesleyan. Thirty minutes of hotly contested basketball were played before the Titans began to apply the pressure and Millikin gradually succumbed to an eighteen point defeat. Next on the list was another benefit game -this time it was for the lettermen of IMU and in honor of one of Millikin's greatest athletes, foe Catlin. Western's Leathemecks agreed to play in the contest and it proved to be one of the most exciting games played at home this year. "Pappy" Ormond sank two free throws and then heaved in a thirty foot shot to send the game into an overtime struggle. The per- sonal foul exit route claimed too many of the Millikin players during this extra period and Weistern left town with a three point Win. The Anderson Ravens came to town for the last game of the year and their ace "Iumpin' " lohnny Wilson contributed thirty points to the cause, but it wasn't enough to down the fighting Millikin quintet. Even with a season's record of just over .5UU, the Big Blue never let down their fighting spirit, and their games, both at home and away, showed a vast increase in attendance over previous years. I !34Q"f 34,0 gf Wea: fb" Holy, CEN1 '1- ,,,, V . 5 Z all uc5,!4k' if Dr I, r 4 x E? ','- f!!-vi. s " V Y., ' V "W"i x 3 f if fa ff? . Q, 1 22' V 'TY -'2 ---- - ,, . if f-wiki' 4 X. ,X - 22:1 AE ji ' ' Q 4, ' i 11 us 1 E' Bag Blue Un 7fze fbiwnancf Frank Poneta stepped from the ranks of an outstanding collegiate athlete to that of coach immediately after his graduation from Millikin in 1947. Poneta graduated from Edwardsville High School and entered IMU in the fall of '4U. The war interrupted his college education after completing his junior year, and he served as a lieutenant ,in the Navy for four years before returning to finish his senior year of school. Here at Millikin, "Pony" participated in both football and baseball. On the Big Blue grid teams he played center, and on the base- ball club he did the catching duties. In the summer of 1947 Poneta accepted a position on the Millikin athletic staff as head baseball coach, succeeding Don Lindebergg and he also serves as an assistant coach in football and basketball. Last year his diamond team Won seven, lost' eight, and tied one While placing seventh in the Little Nine Conference. Front kneeling: Messenger, Lewis, Hess, Kinkaid, Haz- Back row: Malone, Trumper, R. Hopkins, E Malerich enfield Kowalski, Conrad, Smith, Sutherland, A. Rex Hopkins, Conville, Wcrdzita, I. Malerich Smith Murray Flarion. Duncan, Poland. HHHHHH With one of the most attractive baseball schedules in the history of Milli- kin to look forward to, over fifty men responded to Coach Frank Poneta's first call for baseball candidates. On board was a twenty-one game schedule with eight College Conference of Illinois games. Also included was a nine- day tour through the South during the spring vacation. The squad was gradually "whittled" down, with eighteen members making the trip to Dixie. Among them were ten lettermen from last year's team. Graduation claimed only one man from the 1948 Millikin diamond team- Capt. Dave Hopkins, the second baseman. However, two major changes were effected which greatly strengthened the 1949 version of the Big Blue. The big hole left by Hopkins at the keystone sack, necessitated a switch from shortstop by Charlie Duncan. Fred Conville, freshman from Chicago, took over capably to complete the change. Otherwise the infield was intact with Captain Toby Althoff at first, and Ralph Hopkins at third. The other change saw leftfielder Bill Smith move to behind the plate. His presence there was a big improvement to a position that was relatively weak last year. In the outfield, veterans Earl Malerich, rf, and Rex Hopkins, cf, were the old "reliables" both at the plate and in the field. Completing the outfield was sophomore lohn Malerich in left. The Big Blue pitching staff, weak ever since the loss of Al "Boots" Budde in '47, was once again "on its feet." Lettermen Quentin Hopkins and Ken Schroeder, along with freshman Dave Messenger gave coach Poneta a very reliable trio for the mound duties. ' all32 EARL MALERICH TAKES A SWING OUTPIELDERS I. Malerich, Cy Wcxdzitcz E. Malerich, Rex Hopkins BENCH IOCKEYS 1 REX HOPKINS HITS THE DIRT Cupper leftl QUENTIN HOPKINS Cupper rightl CHARLES DUNCAN Ccenterl BII.L SMITH Clower rightl April April April April April April April April April April April April May May May May May .MQW May May May 1949 BASEBALL SCHEDULE 8-Eastern -Memphis -Memphis -Miss. College -Milsaps College 16-Milsaps College -Middle Ten. St. -Evansville Col. -Normal -'Western 26-Wesleyan 29-Elmhurst -Shurtleff -Carthage 7-Wash. Univ. 10-Wesleyan 13-Illinois College l4-Southern l7-Ill. College 20-North Central 21- Lake Forest there there there there there there there there there here here here here here there there here here there there there lHHEK COACH KEIL CHECKS IIM LESTER'S START Coach Keil greeted the 1949 track season with a handful of returning let- termen and a host of freshman enthusiasts. Early practices and time trials showed possibilities of a Well rounded team. This year's schedule consisted of six dual and tri meets in preparation for the Little Nine meet that was held at Millikin May 21. - Kll6D - MlN'S INlHH-MUHHlS INTRA-MURAL MANAGERS Bill Smith, DSP, Dick Iostes, Indeep Bob Scherer, Senior Mdnozger, Bob Murrcry, SAE, Dick Hcrrdy, TKE. The 1949 lntrormurofl program hcfs been under' the direction of Bob Scherer, senior mdncr- ger, cmd the four orgcrnizcf- tioncxl mczncigers. Lcrsi yedr's champions, the Delia Sigs, con- tinued io domincrte the field cmd clinch their second chorrn- pionship. A new addition this ye-dr was the bctsketbodl crll- sicrr gczrne, for the benefit of the lcmne Fisher school in Kobi, Iorpcrn. . FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS DELTA SIGMA PHI BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS DELTA SIGMA PHI First Row: McFadden, Ambler, Scherer, Smith, First Bow: Iohnson, Gehrig, Smith, Schroeder NOIGIHCI- Second Row: P. McFadden, B. McFadden, Pcrrr Second Row: Parr, Pcrcioni, Schroeder, Gehrig. Pgqioni, K 117 PP M mum H ek :sn s , s First Row: Staley, Baker, Lester, Hess, Harlan, Kowalski, Heely, Schroeder, Vaughn. Second Row: E. Malerich, Murray, Norman, Shroyer, Hazenfielcl, Ball, Sutton, Root, Dick- inson. Third Row: Rotz, Martini, Green, Iohnson, Ormond, Day, Esker, Wiesenrneyer, Messenger, I. Malerich. With the beginning of the second semester, 1949, came the reorganizing of the Millikin's Lettermen's Club. The "M" club, at one time before the War, Was very active, but was abandoned for various reasons and was inact- ive for several years. This year, mainly through the efforts of Clarence "Red" Iohnson, Millikin star tackle, and "Whitey" Keil of the coaching staff, the "M" club was once again organized. The first Lettermen's Club meeting was held at the gymnasium the first week of the second semester. Officers were elected with the stipulations that they serve one year, mid- year to the following mid-year, and that they be a Iunior in school. "Red" Iohnson was elected president, Lavelle Staley, next year's football captain, vice-president, Dan I-leely, treasurer, Bob Murray, secretary, and Bill Smith, publicity chairman. At this meeting, a constitution was adopted, committees were ap- pointed to plan future activities, and provisions Were made for payment of dues. 1118 The organization adopted the plan of sponsoring a benefit basketball game for the purpose of establishing a fund to be used as a tuition grant for some deserving letterman. A letterman, not having completed his sophomore year, will be selected to receive the grant ac- cording to scholastic attainment, athletic prow- ess, and need. The benefit game was held February 23, at Kintner gym and was named the IOE CATLIN Memorial Benefit game in honor of a former Millikin star of the twenties who died in Alaska in 1948. Western State Teachers of Macomb, Illinois was named the Big Blue's opponent for the night. The leather- necks of Macomb won the benefit game from Millikin 59 to 56 in a thrilling overtime battle. The game was considered a success in all re- spects. The Millikin Club is rapidly develop- ing into the strong and beneficial organization that is so important to the activities on the campus of a good university. 2 This year's Millidek staff, in hopes of starting an annual award to the outstanding senior athlete, has elected Toby Althoff the Millidelc man. Recognition is based upon athletic service, scholarship, extra-curricular activities, and school service. Toby has cap- tained the basketball and baseball teams and Won eight varsity letters during his Millikin , in career. He's a member of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, Who's Who, was named I.M.U. out- standing athlete of the year in 1948, and at- tained recognition on three all-conference basketball teams. The Millidek staff is proud to salute Toby Althoff as the first recipient of the man award. W. H. H. Hllll Gay Young, senior Independent from Hillsboro, Was chosen W.A.A. girl for this year. Gay served as president ot W.A.A. and four years as an intramural manager and participated in all the activities of the organization. She was a member of the speedball and basket- ball all star teams. The basis for the choice of the W.A.A. girls is determined by scholarship, service to W.A.A., lead- ership, skill, other campus activities, sportsmanship, and personality. Gay was selected by a committee composed of the adviser, officers, and the intra- mural managers of W.A.A. and the editor of the Millidek. HlHlllIES SPEEDBALL ALL STABS Front Row: Ioan Iackson Doris Saxe, Glen Alice' Young, Carol Gerken, Glo- ria Schweizer. Middle Row: Melinda Mil ler, Marjorie Ives, Milliceni Fleer. Back Row: lane Brennan, Marilyn Aulabaugh, Sue Eyerly. Absent: Norma Stone, Pat Lindsey, Lenore Scherer, Joanne Catlin, Iulie Hud- son, Mary Shimer. BASKETBALL ALL STARS Front Row: M a r y A n n Young, Millicent Fleer, Mary Merz, Nathalie Spence, Marjorie Ives, Glen Alice Young. Back Row: Melinda Miller, Maurine Lovins, Marie Hallerberg, Carol Gerken, Carol Miller, Gloria Miner, Barbara Barone. Absent: Norma Stone. W.A.A. OFFICERS :S MANAGERS loAnn McDonell, V. Pres.: Mary Merz, Mgr. Pi Phi: Alice lanes Treas ' Gl I -1 en Alice Young, Pres.: lane Brenn an, Mgr. Alpha Chip Carol Gerlcen, Mgr.: Carol Miller, Secy.p Nanette Smith, Mgr. ZTAg Ioan Bunchrnan, Mgr. Tri-Deli. Absent: Ioan Catlin, IM Mgr.: Mary Shimer, V. Pres. acbmwmei ' -Ne"-k u 2?b5fsf.-fag 5157541-. .Ri I, 1. V pf -1,54-i HIWN HND HUWN The Town and Gown players presented Carlyle Moore's Broadway success "Stop Thief" December 3 and 4 for the first of its semi- annual productions. The play deals with a thoroughly confus- ing afternoon- of wedding preparations in an endeavor made by the Carr family to unite their daughter Madge with lames Cluny. Mrs. Carr, slightly deaf and highly fidgety, hires a "lady's lady" to help with the preparations, but it develops that the maid has sticky fingers and a boy friend accomplice with big ideas for running off with the wedding gifts. The "perfect crime" is made seemingly easier by they fact that Mr. Carr is absent- minded and thinks he has merely misplaced the stolen items, and both he and Cluny finally decide that they are kleptomaniacs and are to blame for the disappearance of the gifts. The romantic interest triumphs in the end, however, and the wedding takes place as planned, with the addition of the maid and her boy friend, who have decided to go straight for good since they were caught with the goods anyway. The cast for "Stop Thief" included: Nell ..,................. Barbara Hall CGownl lack Dugan ............. Herbert loys fGownl Madge Carr ...... Marilyn Aulabaugh CGownl lames Cluny ............. Dan Logan fGownl The Minister ...... .... I ohn Dunnell fGownJ Plain clothesman ........ Iohn Bowers fGownl Sergeant of Police .,.. loseph Howard fGownJ Mr. Carr ............ E. S. Hershberger CTownl Mrs. Carr ........ Helen Crowder Nally fTownJ loan Carr ............ Betty Lou Kriege CGownl Caroline Carr. .- ...... Marilyn Morgan CGownD Mr. Iameson .....,.... Walter Walker fGownJ Dr. Willoughby ..,,... Don Wiedernan CC-iownl Officer O'Malley ......... Max Roberts fGownl Officer Clancy. Q ....... Robert Harlan fGownl Officer O'Brien ......... Robert Primer CGownl Kl24D HIWN HNH EHWN The Town and Gown players turned to the more serious side for their second production of the year, "The 'Winslow Boy" by Terence Battigan, under the direction of Dr, L. C. Mc- Nabb, assisted by Creighton Lewey. The play is based on one of England's most colorful trials of modern times, the Archer- Shea case. ln actual life, it was the first case in which an individual won the verdict over the British government. In the play, young Ronnie Winslow, pride and joy of the family, is dismissed from an English government school on seemingly con- clusive evidence of theft. Bonnie's father, hav- ing implicit faith in his son, hires the most prominent lawyer he can find to handle the case. Through the years that the legal fight continues, the fame and, infamy of the situa- tion spread over the entire country, and the Winslow family become impoverished and os- tracized socially. Another son, Dickie, is forced to leave school because of lack of funds. V The romantic interest enters into the scene when Katy, the older daughter of the family, has trouble making up her mind between two men. The case is triumphant 'for the Winslows and Bonnie is cleared, but the play doesn't end on the traditional happy note, for the family has endured too much by the time the truth of the theft is learned. The cast for the play was: Ronnie Winslow.l ........ Robert Cook CTownl Arthur Winslow ........... Dan Logan CGownJ Catherine Winslow. . .Virginia Traughber Meis fTownJ Dickie Winslow ........ flames Meikle CGownJ Grace Winslow. .Helen Crowder Nally CTownJ Desmond Curry. . .Hans Roettenbacher CGownJ lohn Watherstone ........ Bob Graves CTownJ Sir Robert Morton ....... Herbert Ioys fGownJ Miss Barnes .........,., Nancy I-loest CGownJ Violet. J ..... ..... M arilyn Morgan CGownl Fred .... .... B obert Iackson CGownl 441252 OLD GBADS H FOR A DAY . . . GRIDIRON VICTORY I I X Wu- -if ppl' ?xw'gLf17 in E2 WELCOME AL "i,j.e'afz, ffykgg -51 ryowu SW!! f5E TQ21' WA-S 5:3755 POR wg BK: ms Q Aw C Om UT Y ' 'Z X iffy - N" E " wwbl xilifww- 1: is ij- px F nri iii D lll vf' 'l r Ui.. 1 ,,, r 1 A 11 gjn 4 f' gm .Q ' fit :Q 4- ei 4- ,iii ,A 1.-dvi 5.,Qj,.. V iw' QL.: . l i l lHt llllll Hla Hlli lllllil Homecoming was a grand return of many from '06 to '48, five hundred strong. 'From the anniversary dinner to the dance, all events were tops. Gay Young, senior, Independent reigned as queen over the Weekend festivities. lack Fina's band provided the musical background for the annual dance. Phil Tinch and Bill Sutherland served as Co-homecoming Chairmen. Float and House decorations. were at a post war peak. To the TKE'S Went first place for the House decorations. Delta Delta Delta Won first place in the float competition. 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Membership is granted to students who have proven themselves outstanding in scholarship and in school affairs. THOMAS ALTHOFF IUN E FIGGE LESTER BAKER GEORGE GILLMORE MOLLIE BENCE IACK HART IOYCE BODEN EARL MALERICH RICHARD FERRY LIBERO PACIONI PATRICIA REDING MARY SI-IIMER BARRY SHORT EVELYN TIMIVIONS GAY YOUNG Seniafz yqofiafliied ALEXANDER. BETTY: Sigma Alpha Iota, Corresponding Secretary. ALICE, MARIE: Zeta Tau Alpha, Corresponding Secre- tary, W.A.A., Spanish Club, Homecoming Queen Candidate. ALLABEN. ARTHUR B.: Delta Sigma Phi, Chaplain, Student Council, Treasurer, Interdenomination Col- lege Group, President. ALLEN. ALBERT I.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, Tennis, '47. ALLEN. IOHN C.: Football, '46, '47, '48, Basketball, '47, Track, '46, '47, '48. ALTHOFF. THOMAS B.: Delta Sigma Phi, Baseball, '45, '46, '47, '48, '49, Basketball, '45, '46, '47, '48, '49, BALDIN. IAMES E.: Transfer, Lincoln Iunior College- Vice-President, Sophomore Class. BATES, SHIRLEY MARIE: Indees, Spanish Club, Decaturian. BERGIN. THOMAS: Football, '45, Baseball, '45, Basket- ball, '45. BISHOP, WILLIAM B.: Tennis, '49. BLAKE MARVIN: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BODEN. IOYCE: French Club, German Club, Conant, President, Pi Mu Theta, President. BOND. ROBERT A.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Town and Gown, Football, '46, '47, Intramurals. BRAUER, WAYNE P.: Indees, Sigma Zeta, Vice-Presi- dent, German Club, Intramurals. BROWN. LOIS CLAIRE: Pi Beta Phi, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Home Economics Club, Treasurer, W.A.A., Homecoming Decoration, Chairman, Town and Gown, Millidek, Tennis, '46, BUEHLMANN, KENNETH: Basketball, '40, '4l. BURWELL, ALLEN: Delta Sigma Phi, Intramurals, Football, Basketball, Speedball. BURWELL, DONA: Delta Delta Delta, Librarian, W.A.A., Home Economics Club, Homecoming Queen Can- didate, '47, Town and Gown Committee. CHAMBLIN, MARY: Indees, Iunior Class Secretary, Resident Womens Council, Secretary, President, Spanish Club, CONNOUR. PAUL H.: Delta Sigma Phi, Intramurals, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track. COOK. MORRIS LEE: Phi Mu Alpha. COPE, DORIS IEAN: Indees, Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice- President, French Club, Choir, Vocal Ensemble, Women's Resident Hall Council, DAIGH, MARTHA ANN: Pi Beta Phi, Vice-President, Assistant Treasurer, Song Leader, Sigma Alpha Iota, Editor, Song Leader, Rush Chairman, Honors Chairman, W.A.A., Intramurals, Conant, Treasurer, Choir, Committees, Red Cross, W.S.S.F. Carnival, Variety Shows, Homecoming Decorations, Chair- man, Decaturian, Millidek, Freshman Editor, Senior Editor. DAVIS, IEAN: Indees, Sigma Alpha Iota, Year Book Chairman and News Letter. DAVIS. WARNER: Indees, French Club, Pi Kappa Del- ta, President, World Republic, Millikin Delegate to Intercollegiate Assembly of U.N., Brown Debate, Illinois College Debate Tournament, First Place, Committees, W.S.S.F., Homecoming, Intramurals. DENTON, HERSCHEL P.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Senior Class Treasurer, Iunior Class Vice-President, Young Republicans, Football, '42, '46, '47, '48, Captain, '47. DOWNS. IOYCE: Pi Beta Phi, W.A.A., Town and Gown. ELLISON, DORIS LEE: Indees, Student Christian Asso- ciation, Home Economics Club, Dramatics, Shurt- leff College, Committees, Chapel and Program, Decaturian. FAHRNKOPF, HELEN: Indees, W.A.A., Spanish Club, Home Economics Club, Choir, Millidek. 441569 FAIRBANKS, IIM: Delta Sigma Phi, Pledge Master, Intramurals, Football, Baseball. FERRY, RICHARD E.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-Presi- dent, Historian, Conant, Spanish Club, Assumption panel, Town and Gown, Decaturian, Co-editor, Feature Editor, Representative to American Inter- collegiate Press Conference, '46, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, National An- thology of College Poetry. FESSEI., HARRY L.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FIGGE, IUNE: Zeta Tau Alpha, Pledge Vice President, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, President, Pan- hellenic Council, President, Town and Gown, I. Ben Wand Prize for Excellence in Acting, Pi Kappa Delta, Sigma Alpha Iota, Honors Chairman, Editor, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Spanish Club, Committees, Religious Emphasis Week, Town and Gown, Millidek, Cheer Leader. FORRESTER, HARRY: Delta Sigma Phi, Intramural, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track, Baseball, '46, '47, '48, Basketball, '46, '47, '48, Football, Manager, '48 FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN WILLIAM: Sigma Apha Epsi- lon, Baseball, '43, Intramurals Football, Basketball, Tennis, Golf. FRYE, IANET: Conant, Spanish Club, Transfer from Carthage College, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Psi Omega, Alpha Mu Gamma, National Honorary Fraternities, Spanish Club, President, Masquers, French Club, Y.W.C.A. GILASON, ROBERT M.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice- President, Social Chairman, Pledge Master, Inter- fraternity Council, Student Council, Vice President, Homecoming Committee Chairman, Millidek. GILLMORE, GEORGE G.: Delta Sigma Phi, Pledge President, Vice-President, Social Chairman, Presi- dent, Pledge Master, Inter-fraternity Council, Treasurer, Secretary, Town and Gown, Committees, Co-Chairman Homecoming Dance, Millikin's 45th Anniversary Banquet, Decaturian, Honor Pledge- Delta Sigma Phi, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Intramurals, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track, Basketball, '4l, Track, '41, GRAVES, IOHN ELWOOD: World Republic, Treasurer, Pi Kappa Delta. GREB, DORIS: Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge Secretary, Scholarship Chairman, Publicity Chairman, Treas- urer, Sigma Zeta, Home Economics Club, German Club, Secretary, Pi Mu Theta, Secretary. HALL, RICHARD: Delta Sigma Phi. HARRIS, ROBERT R.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain, Committee, W.S.S.F. Carnival. HART, IACK S.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, Warden, Recorder, Chaplain, Upper Council, Vice- President of Pledge Class, Student Council, Presi- dent, Vice-President, Inter-fraternity Council, Stu- dent Christian Association Council, Chapel Com- mittee, Student Faculty Committee, German Club, Treasurer, Committees, Co-Chairman Religious Em- phasis Week, W.S.F., Homecoming, Intramural, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track, Volleyball, National President Presbyterian Youth, State of Illinois President Presbyterian Youth, Great Greeks on American Campuses, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. HEDBERG, MARVIN: Transfer, Drake University, Min- ister, First Presbyterian Church, Maroa, Illinois, Delta Zeta Chi, Football, Freshman. HELME, WILLARD I.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Intra- murals, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track, Bas- ketball, '45, HENDRICKS, FREDERICK: Indees, Alpha Phi Omega, Student Council Committee. HOPKINS, GERAULD: Delta Sigma Phi, Young Demo- crats. HOPKINS, QUENTIN: Baseball, '46, '47, '48, '49, ISLEY, TRUMAN: Delta Sigma Phi, House Manager, Vice-President, Student Council. ISRINGHAUSEN, IMOGENE: Indees, Sigma Alpha Iota, Song Leader, Student Council Committees, Alumni-Chairman, Drum Majorette. JACK, DAVID C.: Indees, Spanish Club, Young Demo- crats. IOHNSON, IRVIN L.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-Presi- dent, Historian, Art Club, Millidek, Sub Committee. IOHNSON, MARY ALICE: Pi Beta Phi, Historian, Pub- licity Chairman, Home Economics Club, Pi Kappa Delta, Secretary, Treasurer, W.A.A., Decaturian, Co-News Editor. IOYS, HERBERT: Indees, Pi Kappa Delta, Conant, Secretary, French Club, Town and Gown, Home- coming Committee, Decaturiam, I. Ben Wand Award, Commencement Marshal, Superior rating in Intercollegiate Speech Tournaments. KERN, ROBERT A.: Choir. KNIGHT, IOAN: Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice President, Choir, Iunior and Senior Recitals, Dramatics direc- tor, school plays. LINDER. MARY SINGLETON: Alpha Chi Omega, Cor- responding Secretary, Historian, Spanish Club, Red Cross, W.A.A., Decaturian, Millidek. LOGAN, I. DANIEL: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pi Kappa Delta, Spanish Club, Conant, Millikin Radio Work- shop, Town and Gown Players, Committees, Chair- man and M.C. "Cavalcade of Talent", Homecoming Committee, '48. LONG, WALLACE D.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sergeant- at-Arms, German Club, Intramural, Football, Bas- ketball, Track, Baseball, '46. LAWS, IO ANN: Indees, W.A.A., Home Economics Club, Intramurals, Oueen's Court, '45, Candidate for Queen, '48, MCDONELL, IO ANN: Alpha Chi Omega, Social Chairman, Student Council, Student Christian As- sociation, W.A.A., Homecoming Committee, Town and Gown Committee. MAGILL, IOHN: Sigma Zeta. MALERICH, EARL IAMES: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Cor- responding Secretary, Senior Class Secretary, lunior Treasurer, Sophomore Class Vice President, Committees, Delegate Illinois College Press Con- ference, Decaturian, Sports Editor, Millidek, Base- ball, '46, '47, '48, '49, Intramurals, Basketball, Senior Commencement Marshal, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. MAROLF,' EVELYN: Conant, Spanish Club, Transfer from Carthage College, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Psi Omega, National Honorary Fraternity, Drama Club, Spanish Club, Y.W.C.A. c1572 MEIZNER, IOHN I.: Tau Kappa Epsilon. MOODY, MABEL: Spanish Club, German Club, French Club. MOOMEY, WII.LIAM R.: Indees, French Club, Presi- dent, Spanish Club, Young Democrats, Gorin French Award. MORETTINI, VICTOR: Intramurals, Football, Basket- ball, Baseball. MUELLER, RUSSELL: Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary, Intramurals, Baseball, Basketball. MUFFLEY, HARRY: Tau Kappa Epsilon. NEWNUM. BENTON O.: Indees. PACIONI, LIBERO: Delta Sigma Phi, Sergeant-at- Arms, Commissary Manager, President, Assistant Pledge Master, Honor Pledge, Executive Council, Leadership School Delegate, Interfraternity Coun- cil, Committees, Inter-Frat Basketball Banquet, Student Variety Show, Decaturian, Business Man- ager, Intramurals, Football, Basketball, Softball, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. PERKINS, EUGENE: Indees. PETERSON, DON: Indees, Intramurals, Football, Base- ball, Basketball. PICK, NINA D.: Home Economics Club, French Club. PIRAINO, DOMINIC: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, Student Council, Treasurer, Intramurals, Basketball. POLLARD, ROBERT E.: Millikin Radio Show. PROFFITT, MARILYN: Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Supervisor, Home Economics Club, Spanish Club, Conant, W.A.A., Student Council, Decaturian, Millidek, Senior Editor, Committees, Student Council Sched- uling and Hours and Constitution Revision, Intra- murals, Homecoming Queen Candidate, '48. PYTELL, WALTER A.: Phi Mu Alpha, Band. RECKIVIEYER, WARREN G.: Band, Orchestra, Choir. REDING, PATRICIA: Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge Treasurer, President CActivel, Home Economics Club, Vice-President, Pi Mu Theta, Treasurer, Pan- hellenic Council, Vice-President, W.A.A., Commit- mittees, Chairman of Sub Committee and Student Council Scheduling and Hours. RIVA, IOHN P.: Young Democrats. RIVARD, PAUL T.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Conant, Tennis, '48, Intramurals, Football, Basketball. ROBERTS, MAX: Town and Gown, Debate, Radio Workshop. ROHRSCHEIB, BIILY F.: Football, '42, Intramurals, Basketball. ROY, IOHN G. I.: Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer, Home- coming Committee, Baseball, '46, '47, '48, Basket- ball '46. RYHERD, RICHARD E.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian, Pledge Master, President, Inter-Fraternity Council. SANNER, SAMUEL W.: Phi Mu Alpha, Secretary. SAXE, DORIS I.: Indees, Treasurer, Home Economics, German Club, W.A.A., Women's Residence Council Vice-President, Student Council. SCHUETT, WILLIAM L.: Delta Sigma Phi. G1 58 SHIIVIER, MARY LOUISE: Zeta Tau Alpha, Historian, Intramural Manager, VV.A.A., Vice-President, Band, I.A.F.C.W., Delegate, '49, Pi Kappa Delta, Commit- tees, Homecoming, Town and Gown, Business Manager, W.A.A., Tennis Tournament, Decaturian, Millidek, Intramurals, Who's Who American Col- leges and Universities. SHORT, BARRY E.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Indees, Presi- dent, Conant, Vice-President, Student Council, Committees, Homecoming, Assembly, Faculty- Student Affairs, Decaturian, Co-Editor, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. SHORT, ROLLAND W. P.: Sigma Zeta, German Club. SMITH, CHRISTINE L.: Conant Society, Choir. STRAIN. RICHARD H.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sergeant at Arms, Football '42, '46, '47, '48, Baseball, '42, '45, '47, '48, Basketball, '42, '45, '47, '48, Golf, ,42, '46, '47. SUPINIE, FRANK: Indees. TAYLOR, PAUL E.: Delta Sigma Phi, Intramural Man- ager, Chaplain. THIELE, DONALD: Intramural, Basketball. TIMMONS, EVELYN: Indees, Sigma Alpha Iota, Editor, President, Band, Choir, Decaturian, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Iunior Piano Recital. TIPPITT, WARNIE: Choir. TOLLADAY. GLORIA: Zeta Tau Alpha, Rush Chair- man, German Club, W.A.A., Panhellenic Council, Decaturian, TOLLY, MARIORIE WILKES: Pt Beta Phi, W.A.A., Orchestra, Home Economics Club, Conant, Com- mittees, W. S. F., Carnival Chairman, Senior Letter Sweater. TRESCH, FRED C., IR.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, President, Pledge Master, Rush Chairman, Inter-Fraternity Council, Intramurals, Football, Baseball Basketball. VAUGI-IAN. IEAN: Sigma Alpha Iota, Choir. VENTURI, IOHN: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer, Pledge President, Sigma Zeta, Treasurer, M. M. A, Sergeant-at-Arms, Football, '47, '48, Intramurals, Football, Baseball, Basketball. WALKER. WALTER L.: Indees, Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President, Town and Gown, Spanish Club, French Club, Millikin Delegate to Intercollegiate Assembly of U. N., Chapel Committee. WARD, IAMES K., IR.: Intramural, Basketball, Base- ball, Manager, '47. WARD, MARIBETH: Pi Beta Phi, Social Chairman, W.A.A., Spanish Club, murals, Variety Show WARREN, WILLIAM: Tau WIEDEMAN, DON R.: Pi Gown, Band, Radio Debate. Town and Gown, Intra- Committee, Millidek. Kappa Epsilon. Kappa Delta, Town and Workshop, Intercollegiate WILKINSON, BUDD L.: Pi Kappa Alpha. WOLFE, CHARLES W.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Pledge Master. ZIMMERMAN, BETTY: Indees: Women's Residence Hall Council, Secretary, Home Economics Club, President, Freshman Home Economics Award. 3 II II II IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII IIII I III IIII IIIIIIIII I IIII IIIIIIII TO STUDENTS . . . The final section in this yearbook has a most important significance. Once again the lnerchants, business nien, alumni, and friends have made themselves indispensable i11 the publication of this book. Each merchant or Millikin booster who has an ad or his name in the 19419 Millidek has shared to a large extent i11 paying for our books, and is therefore deserving of our patronage. It is our great wish that the students of Millikin will help us to express this appreciation and, at the same time, indicate their own. Please show them this regard and say, GCI read your ad in the 1949 Millidekf' tl1e next time you visit them in their establishments. Thank You. 1949 MILLIDEK STAFF. fi H II I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII I I II I IIIIIIIIIII IIIII I I C4 159 .PD an 44 Zena, we have been printing high seheel and eellege annuals . . . and this year, as in all of the past 44, we note that those first few customers are still among our increasing number ' of clients. I. sy 6 Such loyalty is a source of much satis- e f 5 A faction to us . . . and we pledge our best j s - ' efforts to make our annual printing ser- vice increasingly helpful to annual staff members. In the future, as in the past, our aim will be to make Huston-Patterson Blue Ribbon Annuals the best and finest obtainable anywhere. HHSHIN-PHIHHSHN EUHPUHHIIUN P I2 I N T E R S 361-365 NoR'rH MAIN STREET - DECATUiR.,ILL.lN.OlS THIS BOOK ENGRAVED BY CAPITOL ENGRAVING CO Artists ' Engravers SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS lllll 44 161 : Specialized Automotive Carburetor and Electrical Engineers DECATUR BATTERY SERVICE Inc. 34-3 E. Main 5453 SCHAFFER 8: GLUCK F U R S C L O T H C 0 A T S S U 1 T S 253 North Main St. I I 44,162 bb J. D. JQHNSON 81 SON 240 North Park St. Telephone 5131 GENERAL INSURANCE Fire - Casualty Surety Bonds Accident - Health Hospitalization Loans and Real Estate J. D. Johnson T. Douglas Johnson Geo. A. Moeller Everything Photographic PFlLE'S CAMERA SHOP 4CDecatur's Photographic Center" 100 East Prairie BOOSTER PAGE The Millidek Staff wishes to acknowledge the 5611610115 sup port of the following firms and individuals who hflve helped spon sol' the 1949 Millidek. Bro1nley's Greenwood Avenue G1 eenhouse Cash Market C. N. Gorham and Son Realtols Daut Brothers Florists J. C. Penney 81 Co. Krigbaum Electric Co. Landholt Auto Refinish Ni1'ider's Inc. Semmels '4Tl1e New Sam Loelfsn Walter Flora and Sons K 163 9 in ICOOIQOOOOUOCOIOICIIIOUI IOII I OlUICIIllIIOIIICOOICCI'CIOC'OOOIOIQCOIOIOIIQQUC Clll CIOIIOOIIOIIOO CII Graduates of James Millikin University YOUR CITY IS YOUR BUSINESS: Most of you will become business and professional men and women either in Decatur or in another city. As you become identified with your community, you will iind that your city is your business, as well as the profession or other occupation by which you earn your livelihood. You should, and will be expected to contribute your thinking and your eH'orts to the handling of those matters which will determine the character of the community in which you earn your living and establish your home. You graduates who choose Decatur for your home town are welcomed for your youth, your enthusiasm, your approach to our commnity proh- lems, and your willingness to work toward their solution. At this com- mencement period of 1949, we as 'Gold citizensi' invite you to turn your thoughts to the following matters of Decatur's 'iunfinished business" . . . matters which have a vital effect upon the character of the future Decatur. We urge you, first, to become informed about them, then to join other citizens in working on them for a Greater Decatur in which to live and do business. Conservation of Lake Decatur as the source of the city water supply and as a recreation center Parking Airport buildings and air service Low rent housing Job development Water works improvements Water mains outside the city Extension of sewers both within and outside the city Annexation of adjacent areas which are a part of the Decatur community Building code revision Modern street lighting Schools Development of a major street and beltline system Rat elimination, garbage collection and disposal Adequate revenue to provide community services 5 ASSOCIATONI OF COMMERCE OF- IDECATUR 61642 College Suppl Store I C .4 camera supplies-developing-printing S stationery and supplies H cv. sporting goods 1 Q fountain pens Q greeting cards 5 prizes ' desks 9 .o. l if lamps S : gifts ,.,. S East Street s..,.... .... . . .. ..., .,.. . . ,... . ef.. BLOCK 81 KUHL CO. The SHOPPING CENTER Of CENTRAL ILLINOIS l O C4 165 my An ACRE of Satisfaction We Specialize in FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS PLATE LUNCHES SANDWICHES Accommodations for Noon and Evening Meals Compliments of .I. S. JOHNSON IICCIOOOIIIOO POM POM WHERE FOOD IS ALWAYS THE BEST! WHERE YOU GET QUICK SERVICE! O Corner Wood and Oakland Relax America! Grin ! Smile ! Laugh !' at the MOVIES No Other Entertainment Offers So Much for So Little Lincoln Theatre' Empress Thea'I're Decatufs Finest OIOIIOOCIIICIOC 61682 RAYCRAFT DRUG STORES Decatur, Illinois L SAM E. ARMSYVORTH JAMES A. ARMSWORTH 1099 W. Main St. 702 E. Wood St. R, Mo MARTIN 81 CO. Jewelers - Optometrists 103 East Prairie Decatur Illinois "Lowest Prices in Decatur", 000000000OOOOOOO!DillQIOIIIOIOICOICODOOOIIIIIIOCIOC!ODI!lC0000DIIOIOOOIIIOOIOOIIOIOIIIIUOIIOOIIIIOOOUOIOOII HERE' WHY Every time the handle is turned to regulate the stream from a soft rain patter to a stinging needle shower, 28 Stainless Steel Pins move back and forth in the holes in the face of the head. This ac'- tion PUNCHES OUT all lime, rust or corrosion and keeps the head absolutely clean!!! This MUELLER SELF-CLEANING Shower Head is one of the many outstanding products manufactured by MUELLER CO. The distinctive styling with the gleaming heavy chrome finish, has an eye-eatehing appeal that enhances the beauty of any bathroom-old or new!! But of course, that is not the only reason that it makes friends and keeps friends!! There is the practical fact that it CLEANS ITSELF and forever banishes clogged and sputtery showers-a feature that is appreciated increasingly year after year. These Shower Heads are available at your favorite Plumber-either the Shower Head alone with a swivel joint that attaches right on to your present installation, or it may he obtained with the Shower Head, Swivel Joint, Arm, and Wall Flange-suitable X for either as a replacement, or as a new installation. -Just ask your Plumber e F Sc, -gala 2 i-ij"-"ell Tj! "CSF" 1 .. .si " A ' ,-J is!! 2 ' - n 1 was W . . z il: 'W " 2' iff i if-fgiiiifdi pt 'S' " -4 wr.: ' U if, , 'pn , 5 t - gg' .--,'- -'as ii 5:5 """ 5:5+ ' L' " -'I ' ii? :ff 7 U5 37 ,. 'Q Qgikxi -BX O Q - ,MAIN orncls AND mcmonr ........,. A ...... o ..... : ,L.,.DECATUR, ILLINOIS --"E:1'EE. '--I if '. " T' Y' - 1 ' ' ' - ' "" ' ' ' M ' , .L . ::": -A9 i b V OTHER FACTORIES: Lb! 'ft getes,'CnI? Chattanooga, Tenn.g Samiu, Ont. Canada .. IOICOI000000IillOOCCIllIllOUCI!llIIIOOIIOOIIlilCiICOI'OOOIllOIIIOCIll'OIOOllllillIllOIOIOIIIIICCIOOCCCCUIICOI K 167 2 ORGANIZED FOR BETTER INSURANCE PROTECTION THE DECATUR ASSOCIATON of INSURANCE AGENTS MEMBERS Allen 81 Company Bennett Sr Shade Company Cobb Insurance Agency Creighton-Jackson Company Linley W. Hurtt Harold R. Irish J. D. Johnson K Son Jostes Insurance Agency cuzafi 9 COATS 9 SUITS 9 DRESSES 9 FORMALS 9 SWEATERS 0 HOSIERY NEW SUFFERN BLDG. N. Main and Prairie J. Glenn Miller Nicholson, Clark 8: Co. Bruce E. Pensinger Rotz Xt Christner Sanks Insurance Agency Orville S. Smith Swarm Insurance Agency Wells Agency W. H. Wiley ' LW FIFVVGIY! O 1 ll Q . Elly' Il k . f ag I A "FSH-iSEc.f3f" D i - . av 'V , I V X , noon: K 168 PP OOIDOIIOIOOOOCDICIOIOIDOU COOOIOIOCOOUOOIOIOOO OOO!!! OIOOOIOOOC Compliments of B L A C K 81 C Q RICHMAN BROTHERS 207 North Water Street 340 North Main DECATUR, ILLINOIS Phone 6858 - O9 'P EO Sporiing Goods 9 FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN C. A. Medley, Manager MILLIKIN NEEDS A NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDING A CONTRIBUTION TO THE ALUMNI FUND CAN BE EARMARKED FOR THIS PURPOSE Plan for the Future . . . Give Annually . , MOREHOUSE 81 WELLS COMPANY 421692 For important AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS I as we have for the past 18 years. " 1 0 ,, wr' N QL . M W W 17 'I' Don's Shandard Service i FQ SH I Om W. Main and Oakland SHOD Come In Please-Go Out Pleased I East P1'ail'ie Don Pongyyagh and W S O Y - F M Dedicated to the Service of the Community O CBS, the Columbia Broadcasting System and SPORTS PLAY-BY-PLAY O WSOY . . . CBS IN CENTRAL ILLINOIS 441702 We will continue to service your ,lllim-1 DiHll1OlldS Watches Jewelry Sterling Silver China Crystal Linens Perfumes Lamps Handbags 'Wx it -7? Sa! R X ,.?' "'l A ly V"' "4l "'1" -',- ,- .,l' A JZ? lluu Post's Diamonds Are NRegistered" for Your Protection Post's diamonds are scientifically selected and accurately weighed. Then a complete description a11d drawing is made of your diamond and it is nregistered' for your protection in our diamond book. All diamonds are set in our shop in beautiful mountings. Every mounting is numbered and cat- alogued. OPEN AN ACCOUNT! THERE'S NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR POST'S LIBERAL PAYMENT PLAN! H. POST ci SONS Jewelers for 77 Years Merchant at Prairie Street 61712 HOWNIE COAL Company 3 AR ' ,? Q - -gy f Q D lVIain Office 415 AN. Main St. BROWNIE ROCK WOOL 1 N S U L A T 1 O N HBLOWN-IN" The Clean, Efficient Way REDUCES SUMMER HEAT 10 to 18 DEGREES Saves 2070 to 30'M, on Fuel CC 172 bb CENTRAL ILLINOIS' LARGEST SELECTION vf HIGH GRADE C 0 A L S For Every Purpose CLEAN, CAREFUL DELIVERIES , i- 5 1? X- ici? A fwfr. 'fm A BROVIIIIE COAL CO. Manufacturer vi The BROWNIE STOKER f i i' x .. Nw ,.. WIQF For ,,,,.- ,-.- XQ xc . f, ARD 5 K .M , . M 'W ifsfg' me F ,J-'V' 1' Q a f21i1'f'3:f:'f"g 51, g it-:'..":.-'L '51 ?.:'i'?'3":2W -2311575-5 ., ...K. .W . . 5W5.EIAfiEA5 ' FINER FLAVOR I X ,xefihx K, X ua I 'lu' ""' N 'IQZTU ' 4 and Highest K4 N U T R 1 T 1 0 N :F F E A R Remember 61,22 'V ff6Rf.iQ1S' R E W A' R D ' and LQFFFZU' , ' .c: 'lim smmunmli . 623 Q' X gy! ::5::.::::'u N1 "'U"' HUNTER-PQGUE LUMBER CO. LUMBER - MILLWORK Mule-Hide Roofing BUILDERS HARDWARE W A R D R 0 S E Delicious Foods Are Always I nex pensive! ,mga 1.1 ARD' 0SE .A..,..,n,.,q.... lm ,- . ...as .-is-11 '. Lf' N 14. 1 ,512 RVSNSAND Pow CIOOIOIOIII I 2 v- ' M---4 Q' 1 ARD USE .. I n WSTARD PU PKW DECATUR C ITYNL I N72 S 'N ' WE SERVE YOU T JIN eip Safe'I'y ' Couriesy Phone 4487 705 N. Oakland Ave. S 9 I' V i C 6 oooooo K 173 3 G. S. Lyon 6' Sons LUMBER SC MANUFACTURING COMPANY Since 1878 Decatur's Oldest and Most Reliable Dealers WOODWORIC LFOR HOMES Broadway at Cerro Gordo Phone 4271 THE STORE WHERE PEOPLE Compliments of ARE PLEASANT . . . PHILLIPS and SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE L 2-7850 fhaubefwjnc. Your Home Store. ' 507 East Prairie Street 4: 174 as Oflice Telephones 30 Industry Court 534-5 - 5346 Decatur Warehouse Co. R. C. Shumate J. F. Gauger Harry CSkinnyj Taylor O TRANSFER, MOVING, STORAGE Licensed - Bonded - Insured Carriers I DECATUR, ILLINOIS MW One of D6C3tH1',S Best Stores for Men and Young Men. Arrow Shirts Knox Hats Taylor Made Shoes McGregor Sportswear Hickey-Freeman Clothes BLAKENEY 8: PLUM 326-28 N. Water St. Compliments 0 f OSGOOD and SONS Decatur, Illinois ee G 175 Keep ' 'Ihe Wheels of Transpor'I'aI'ion Rolling, We Urge You to Take Care of Your Present Car or Truck IN MACON COUNTY FACTORY TRAINEE EXPERTS TO GIVE YOU MANY MILES OF SATISFIED SERVICE E 'CENTRAL ILLINOIS AUTOMOTIVE TRADES ASSOCIATION, Inc. 401-3 Standard Bldg. Decatur, Illinois Telephone 2-5269 " Whatever the 3 season, Whatever the hour . . . We Have The Clothes You Like for Campus Life. LINN 81 SCRUGGIS 176 IIIIOCI IOIOOOO fi ,L ggi: 1 l 'E "" 1 f 34 4 2 .,,, 4 A g ,X . ' i?:Vli':37 'L V ,ill-" - ' .111 535-93 -5' 'ii I ' 31:5 " ' '- , " " w wf' 1- W f -f -V ,. "" - ' I f- A .A ifffifllikgr Q ""'M"""M"....Sf ,fit -A " '1ff.Q.S..5f.. l W6,1'6 often asked, here at Staleyis just WHAT we make from corn and soybeans. In a sentence or two it is this: from corn we pro- cess a lo11g list of starches, sugars, oils and feeds for industry, the farm and the home. From soybeans we obtain soybean oil a11d soybean oil meal. When you see the Staley name 011 a package of starch or a bottle or can of syrup at your g1'0CC1',S you can be sure that in that package you will find an unusually high grade product that will serve you well. Ask for these Staley products by name: STALEY'S CUBE LAUNDRY STARCH CREAM CORN STARCH STALEY'S G'SXVEETOSE" SYRUPS C5 FLAVORSJ CAMEO STARCHING POWDER STALEY'S STA-FLO LIQUID STARCH A. E. STALEY MANUFACTURNG CO. Decatur, Illinois K 177 D lllllllllllillfillllllllUIIIIOIIOIICIIIIOODOICII DIUDIUIllICIIUCICI.OlIllCOUOCCIUIUIOUCOUUIUOUIUUOIOUOOICOQC Edfsy Ways to Ge'I' What' You Want O Look around you! Observe how little effort the average person exerts to hold his job. To Win, then, you need only to do better than the average. As little as 205 extra effort and thought can lift you into prominence and leadership. O Cultivate the habit of carrying through-completing any task you set for yourself, or are asked to do. Again, observe how few people do completely finish any job. Think what a wide-open opportunity this easy-going competition offers to the person who will ucarry through." I To merely have ability is not enough! Being able to work agreeably with others is a Pl'll116 success requirement. No organization likes people who are hard to get along with. I Save some of your money-regularly. T an-.-an 'E' THE NATIONAL BANK OF DECATUR Decaturis Oldest National Bank Melllber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DIIIIOQOOOOOIOIC0000000OKIOOOIDOOIIICllillllllllflilIliffIlllllIllllliOlillllillllllOOD!!!COOIICOIODIIODIOODO K 178 2 f . 41'pp" G. Since 1892 gsm, '1,'l,?fLl,l,v1,Tilt, WMC? Movme PACKING STQRAGE Agents ALLIED VAN LINES OF ALL KINDS OE KNOWLEDGE THAT WE CAN EVER OBTAIN, Tl-IE ., ' -.qi KNOWLEDGE OE GOD AND THE g KNOWLEDGE OE OURSELVES ARE P ' W TI-IE MOST IMPORTANT. Ti Jonathan Ezlwards ' 51:12 A V X L' , .1 . .L JQWAOI4 69 TMJLAQZEZE T FUNERAL HOME If Wood at College ..... Decatur Of... G 179 rs- Best Wishes to Graduates We represent the finest in Nationally Advertised DIAMONDS ' WATCHES JEWELRY M U S I C Guaranteed Watch Repairing a n d One Week Service A P P L I A N C E S ' Visn. OUR Famous for Fine Diamonds RECORD SHOP I EMERSON JEWElERS PIANO HOUSE 215 E. North Decatur 143 N. Main Decatur Ph. 3-2762 2 'fi FT Q :.i',.g:o'e:Q-Q 'T' ZEEJE -ff 7'-?E L 4f FEA I H14 ,H ... fvc , "".- 91 -' ..a- , CROSS TOWN - CROSS COUNTY - CROSS COUNTRY Our Experienced Personnel and Moder11,Equipment Are Always at Your Service f MOVING - STORAGE - PACKING - CRATING BUILDERS SUPPLIES Telephone I1 S NOIiIvHihBiAIN 5 2 5 5 62I NORTH MAIN STREET SUBWAY U DECATUR-ILLINOIS lllllC0000IDIIOOIOOOIOIIOIDIOICOOIOOOOOIOOOOOIIIOIDIOCOOIICC -31802 .llIOilIICO..OlllllllllllII'CII'IOCOlllllilOOOOIOOIOOOIIOUOIIOII IOIO 44 181 P OIIIIIOIO UOOCIIIIIIIIOUOIICOOOODQ UCUCUOU cocaonionooooccoooncooooooooll gggggggggg 1860 ' 89 Years of Service 1949 THE MILLIKIN NATIONAL BANK OF DECATUR A Complete Banking Service Checking Accounts -- Savings Accounts - Christmas Savings Commercial Loans - Real Estate Loans Personal Loans Safety Deposit Boxes - Money Orders - Drafts U. S. Savings Bonds Foreign Exchange - Commercial Letters of Credit Travelers' Checks Whatever Your Needs Are . . . See Us! Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation lillillliillIOIIIIIIUOOOIOOOIIOO 'OICUOOIOIOOOOIOUIOCOIIQIIOOOIUUCIUOUOOIIC G 182 bb A. L. COOK 81 SON Jewelers and Watcll Makers 127 N. Main St. -.egHg+.- EICHENAUER ELECTRIC SERVICE A 1344 S. Oakland Nationally Known Brands of ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Sold and Serviced ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Congratulations to J. M. U. GRADS Compliments of THE FARM Intersection Route 48 and 121 x183vb C A F E John B. Graves, Jr., Owner IIIOIOOIIIIIOUIO IIIOUOUOIIIIOI i . K 2 5 F 5 a wf ul 'gli WTI W ' . g , ,, YI' f" ,- jg ,J 1-2, , v I I, ' I Si di .ilu a mglgiiiw J i " E w i f , USE YOIUR BANK In the years to come you will find a good banking connection to be a valuable asset. This bank can be of service to you in n1any ways-as a depository for your funds . . . to meet your credit requirements . . . and to help you to make and to save money. We cordially invite you to open an account with us and to use all of the various banking facilities that are available to you. Hold Your United States Savings Bonds THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I of Decatur 1891-194-9 Member Federal Member Deposit Insurance Federal R6SerV6 Corporation System 441849 GROVE MOTEL, INC. Jet. 48-51 O Serving the Best in STEAKS, CHICKEN AND SANDWICHES O 24 Hour Service Ph. 4709 Congratulations 'I'o 'l'he Class of 1949 3g,...--..s5f SEARS, ROEBUCK 81 CO. Corner of Franklin and North 00000 G 185 5? Compliments 0 f SWAIN and MYERS, Inc Designers and Manufacturers WOOD AND METAL FIXTURES I for Drug Stores, Restaurants, Clubs and Institutions I 544-552 N. Main St. iiffiififf G'The Best of Everything at One Place" 2729275213- Compliments Of FLINT EATON 81 COMPANY 2394234 one HUNDRED THousANo DOLLARS wonru or GROCERIES PLEASE I O OO i gum- ...but did you know that Decatur people at CASH VALVE will buy at least that much food this year along with ANOTHER one hundred thousand dollars ot Decatur rent, clothing, taxes, and amusementsl And where did this money come from? Why, from all over the world...from the sale of cASl-I-ACME Automatic Valves... engineered to solve industrial and household pressure problems. Xn.' l ' Q A Y' 3011 . H ' " a . ' A.W.CASH VALVE MANUFACTURING COR O R IV N For twenty-live years. manufacturers of quality pressure reducing and regulating valves. relief valves. automatic pressure controls lor hot water space heating systems. etc. TELEPHONE My .,, Nu-.nv 'f .if 573 . will E rmgilfdill E X ,mm -:ff 1 - 'dll h a SL: Fan If We Can Help Wisely Said G'Educatio11 makes a people easy to lead . . . but impos- sible to enslave." I ,-?-f- Lord Brougham 1828 J. J, MORAN 8. SONS N. Water St. at Eldorado Decatur, Ill. E OIIIOIOII ll OCIUOOUIIOOOOCICCIII ll.l...... 13...--..sgf Compliments of B L U E M I L L FOLRA'TH'S C ' MEN WOMEN Freeman Peacock Roblee .1 oh ansen Nunn-Bush Tweedies Wrigllt Styl-eez Arch-P1-eserver I 211 N. Water K 187 nb A Milestone in Life Graduation fronl Millikin marks the successful closing of one phase of life. It symbolizes completion of well rounded preparation for the business of livi11g and heralds the setting-up of new goals to be achieved-goals that each must choose for himself. This education has sharpened and polished your "tools for living." May you use them well and achieve the success of your own choosing. fl, A. W. CASH COMPANY 441882 The Millidek Staif wishes to acknowledge the cooperation and support of the following individuals who have helped to make the 1949 Millidek possible: Faculty Financial Adviser: GLEN R. SMITH who contributed time and efort ill getting the book on the black side of the ledger and who will hang with the staif if it denotes a 'tone of cared." Capitol Engraving JOE SRONCE who saved us tinle and effort with his cutting machine and weekly advice. Huston-Patterson Corporation LYNN I-IISER ' who kept the presses rolling. Pfile's Canlera Shop BOB STRONGMAN who added an extra hand with the photography. To Skip Blake for art work beyond the call of dutyg and to the Administration, Student Council, Organizations, and Students without whose l1elp and cooperation this book could 11ot have been completed, we extend our sincere . . . 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