North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)

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IlIGINMII,I.l'I1i, rofc'-ssm' of Sm-ful Science glfii., - MCKENI PRICE CUVLTRAI BLA. l'l'Uf!'-S-Wil' of ,1IlIf1ICIll1IfiCS GVY ICVGICNE OIJVICR, H.A. l'1-nfqwsrn' of Public' N11C't1lx'fllg ROGERS D. RVSK, MA. l'mfr'.9sm' of I'hy.siCS CHESTER J. ATTIG, Ph.D. I'1'off'.QSor of H'f.SfOI'll I'1'i11cipz1l of ACZIGQIIIX K EI MVA R IJ E. DOM M, l,.Il., A.M. l'rnfr'.Q.wn' of Biblicvll I,iferr1f11,rf' J UH N J. MCELREE. M.A. flviillg-l'ruff's.sur of Grc'f'lc ARTIIVR U. XVALTON, MA. I'1'ofrs.wr of Biology EIJGA Il A. JARMAN. LLB. lst Liellt. lllf.. T'.S.A. I'mfc's.sm- of .UUffl7I'!! Science and 7'11c'1'iC.s' , lgln Page Nineteen 1 I F W F F i a Page Tfwenty 4' Amy..-,, ..,, 3.5 -if IIARR IET S. STRUNG, M.A. I'f-nfwssur' of Bflfllllll MILIPRIGD ICRSKINIG JONES I'l111.sir'r1I Ilirccfm' uf UVOIIICIL II ICIJWARIQ N. IIIMMICL, HS. A-1.wsoc'iufc' l'roj'cs.wn' of Ncimc-0 in AlClIlIl'lll!l KT UURINA Rl LOPICZ, R,A. DR IG VICZ III-9'fI'IIf"f0l' in Spanish HARRY T. SAXTON, HA. 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Canada H ,fj5.g.Qf" X N . ff K, gg.. : 5 E ,I ' i lf 1 A . LEWIS H. SCHREIBER k - K. Leaf River. Ill. . ' .H V . LULA SPOHN . 4 - , 3 ' Cleveland. Ohio L . eee' 5 . hi fi..g fjQ3 UARL SCHWARZ 1 QQ H Falgo, N. D. .5 in va 1' 5 ' , ,. H ,f ..',y 1 l' ' ' 1 'eg ' if 2 l - V I iff:-3 e ' l l A Ae. fi. . ., ,il WW if A CHARLEb B. WRIGHT .., , Q Niagara Falls. N. Y. wfl rg ' Hg -l.l.,:1,.' Nflglwmff , ' -- . . 5'j'Ur,- ' M5 1-T"T. K W .-14 Page Fifty-nine AVAIIICMY JVNIURS Top Huw: Boyce. Hlwscll. IG. I7Ullllll. Tillllll. 1iit'C'klll2'lIl. HUSCII. Rmleke. M-iddlv Row: Wzlrrelmv. IQUCII. ILicl1ards1 n1, B1'um -111eie1', VVOIDGT, Latimer, Ghainer, B9I'Illl2ll'df. Btjffljlll Ruw: Wue-rtz, I32lll1llQ'il1'tf'll. Sanders, SCl1lliftlit'l', Pieper. Al',XIb1f1MY SUI'HOMU1il'1S Twp Huw: Iil'iSllk'l'. llwlu-1'. SilllPl', I'u1'te-liield. Middlv Row: Milli-13 Nlslmlf, l':lI'I'X. Iffltttblll Row: llililg. Mvyvl'. .I001I. XVil1tl:'l'lN'1'g, Leyll. Page Sixty A.. 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'ff C 71' 4-a --ff , e E. +5 iv A :Q Pa ge Six! y-folly' il-Inmv 4 rnnnmuza 1 us as thue has mn .1 vmnem rlNXrlxt'11l11g dnt cll0l1Sl1lU 1n sonu ot tu 11111111 Alts suhqects so too then has been fl Sllllllfll fum 11 lllllg and Sl1ll1110' 111 tht Home Etononms sulmtts lOl xxlnth tant the plople 11f1t1o11xx1llf ought o mt most gmtttul lltutotou 1t has hten tht connnon thouvht that It mfu 111g .ant pdllll1l10' ot 1 homt mls an 0lLll11rllX and nnnml otcupfmon to xx uct fl gnl sulmntttd uhmn she tleonletl to stttle down l111t llllS tllO111OllS nhfx has luen gldtllldlll shpplng dum tol ptoph ot ill nfltlons dll he gllllllllg to look cctnl than tht Sll1ldCt and fue hnlhng that 1101111 lxtlplllg IS 1101 lSLl1ll 111t'11lfll plaung th 1 eu tfun x ant 1 mc we nngs dnt 11 so m 1e1e IS easuu as ue as llIllC tu O1 tu housuu e A led no PNNIUII nm ll les at Ill 11111, .1114 1.1111111111 o 1 sun ner mme NN 1th ll Hlldktillllg 10 lll1S tact glrls fue hemg called 11110 tlus LXtL11Q1Nt held ol uo1l1 nlth as much caleful tlilllllllg as 1S guen 10 Ollltl vocatlons The response ot the gnls 1S proof enough that tlus neu depaltlnent 111 educatlon 1S lltixlllg appleclated 10 1ts fullest extent and thex fue sef11Ql1111U know n1o1e 01 1ts hnntless 1I1t'd11111gS and valuable helps lndted, the glrl ot todas lb S6t'111g the purpolt 01 the 4ll10tdl1011 110111 bfunutl bnules lnveu human belng has dl1l16S to he pertolmed and theretole has needs ot Cl1l'f1VElt mg the capdoltv for Cl01l1g theln, lXll6lll91 the sphele ot dctloll ht the manage lnent of a household, the conduct ot 21 p10ft'bb1011 Ol the government 01 natlon and she 15 d11X1Ol1SlX tIN1110l 10 tulhll 1119 1Ull1116lll9l1lS ot lllcllldglllg the household to 115 nnnutest cletall lhus tru we have polnted out and spoken 01 the values ot Honn Eco 110111115 only 111 a l101l16IHE1k111g' stnse Wlllle tlllg 18 lts essentldl pulpose lt IS Nude and hload enough to 111ClllCl9 the Oflglll and lOllHLldl1011 01 stvelal other subjects Of these, deslgn and rut sp1ead out 1nto 111ltI1OI' tl6LOIdf111g house flU'I11Slll11g' flI'Ql11fQCtl1IQ, and C0ll1Il19I'C13l alt 1410111 CllGlll1bllX DllVS1CS and d1etet1es an opportumtx 10 lax 1 fOllI1Cl?il1011 f01 1 lN?U'11111111g COUISL 111 11ll1S1I1g'lS offend through the Home Eeononncs Couxst And lflstlx 110111 the long l1st of suhgects lllalxlllg up 11115 depaltnunt A splendnl OPp01'E1l111lW 01 Cl101CQ awsalts the prospectwe teacher XO1fl1 VX estern has caught 11115 lalger v1s1on of home hu1ld1ng art, dGS1g'11 mg, 11UlS11lg and l9HCll111g' and IS otfeung thlough 115 Home Lcononucs De pzutlnent a NWOHClE'I'fl1l opportunltx tol 0'11lS 10 119901119 capable and ethcnnt 10 bear then share of the world 5 moth Home Eeononncs at North Weste111 111ClUCl6'S 1911 10 twelve sulueets 11111911 max he grouped under the four Cl1V1S1011S of food, olotlnng 51191111 and house hold management To PUISIH A 0011159 111 EIOIIIL meononues ttteetlxelx the student should have as a lJElClxg'10l111d Cllt'll11StIX phw sus econonues alt phx slologv and bactemologv 'Ihe lnterest shown hv the gnls 111 lll1S department duunff ll11S Xefu lb 1l1Sf1ll1I1g others llltll the desue to get 1nto the uo1l1 1n o1de1 to eqlup and supplv themselves mth the knowledge uluoh each glrl hopes to use some dm 1n her own ldeal home or 111 her chosen profess1on HZ. - 1 i - 1 9- no , I it 1x71 111 1K1 I 15 1 Z-sf 111 1 '111' . - 1 1 1 17 S- ts- ' Lv' 1 A I 1 . 1 1 ,1 1 ' ,w w I 11 '1 ' 1 v l 1 '1 1 '1 1 A 1 I - V' 1 ' 1. 1 , L1 ' 1 1 t ll 1' L--' . eu a 11- e C: tll 'l'- ' .. 1 1. 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V vi 7 f 3 v 1-4 4.4 ,- I-1 r 1-T4 Q1 11 1 11 11 Q1 1 1'1 1'1 11 1 11 X11 111 111 ,V '1 111 111 111 11 11 11 11 111 X. 111 11 11 111 111 1, 11 121 11' 11 11, 1111 11 1x1 '111 111 111 11 V 11 1 1 1 111 11 11 11 111 11 11 111 11 111 11 '1 111 t1 111 11- 111 1 1 1 ,1 11 '1 L, 11 11 11 11 11 11 '11 1 11 11 ' 11 1 11 15 1 1 :1 '11 11 1 11:5 1111 ,wil 11 -T :,z1'1 HIID5, M TIFSI MPR ltbllll I 111141 ind lllttlll ltlhfltt' Mice I illllumr A11 lllC1LdSlIlg 091113161 tor a l11gl1er standaicl alo11g all lines ot education, botl1 practical dlld cultural has been telt throughout o11r la11d All l11StltUt1OI1S of highei lea111111g that have kept pacc v1 1tl1 tl1e tiend of events l1ave co111e to iecognife the value of 11111s1c especiallv 111 the devclopinent ot tl1e American stu dklll Thc t1111e NX as 11 hen one wx 1Sll11lg to speciahze 111 IHUSIC had to go abroad to obtain tl1e l11ghest grade of 111struct1o11 Ilhis is 110 longer tiue 1+ roin coast to coast 111 all 0111 best colleges dlld univers ties there are to be tound tl101 oughlv olganiaed schools ot music vt l11ch are furnishing splendidlv equipped teacheis and Tl1e School ot Music of Noith W6SfQI11 College has long bee11 a ll1OSt active tactoi 111 the hte ot the students It has 11ot onlv furnished a11 opportun1tV tor the stuclx of music but has raised thc stanoarcs ot appreciation XXl11Ch is attei 1ll the most nnpoitant thing 'lvso glee clubs the band the orchestra the Oratorio Association and the church eho11 gave opportunity for all students so inclined to participate 111 some sort of musical dCt1V1tV 111 addition to their regular studio and class 1oo111 vxork The size of these organizations and the enthusiasm show I1 111 their vxorlc speak most tavorably for the tuture Each year 111 addltion to the regular concerts given by the standing 111us1 cal OI'g'?lI11!3t1011S and advanced stucle11ts the School of Music brlngs to the college several artists of 11at1onal ieputation Whlch places vv1th1n the reach of exeu st11de11t the oppo1tu111tv to hear the best of 111us1c eipertlv performed 'lhe past vear has llE'E'I1 a ll1OSt successful o11e 111 everv respect and the out look lor the future IS most pro1r11s1ng C' C P A A . A mf 415' 3 Dill 2- "1 z 1 " A Ce' ' "1 f ' 1' - aut Urgzux ' 13. l ' 4 - I r ' 4 4'-of 1 1 I ' .1 . I ' X- b A Y 'VJ 1' ' A . . ' . -7, I I 1 A 1 I . ' - 4 . . 1 . . , . . 1 11 scores of artists who are receiving full recognition for their work. N h . Y 1 'I R' 0 4 A l . KV , L ' , . ' 5 . . u ' A ' Q 5 , X ' ' 1 1 ' ' ' 1 7 ' 7 ' ' ' 9 ' 7 y Vxl I ' A I I - Page Szxty se-verz 41 1 .-. -. 4 .. ...,..--Q.-..-.-1...-.-......:,,- ,., TJ-ee ,f- V ,-, , , , Y l Page Sixty-right .- ,- .- .- ... .- .f .-1 .- .- r-1 ,- .- 1-4 .A .- .M .- ..- .- .- .-4 .- .-4 .1 - A v-1 .- .- -. .- -. -1 -1 .- .- ,.. ,- .- n-1 .-4 .- .- -. n-1 4.4 .- ... .- -4 -4 -4 -4 .- -4 ... A -1 - .- -1 Ii I .1 Q 1,1 2 12 1 1 1 4.1 all 41' . ,wi .1 E1 'f 51x I 1 1 1 t ' , 4, 1 , 45 N P 1 I I 1 1 1 H10-1 Huw: M11s11'. ve- e1', Scl111ei1 1112 M: :ls 11 I 1'11w11s, B 11 'ti 1. i s iv. 3111113 ' 1111'e't. 4"1111t ww: li1'zus111' 4 ' 'es.1. S1-noi 11'i: 1is 1. issi 1x1-', Il11t1, i 1111-'t. l". W1 st. ' ':1ll111:111, 2. Zi 111111 111: 11. 1':1-gut. I ' ul 1, Stun' ei11':1111l. ll clih ll K Qlahwa 1511111 Glluh lt gnls X110 119 t 111111111 1110111211 to 11 -1 1 this 11111 llt 111111111 to 1c 11111111 lOl 1111 1e11 co111g1s 111v1 th1 oppoitiinity ot 01:1Llll10' the 11111111ts and EXPLIILIICCS 11111011 North West1111 gives to th1 11161Il11t,lS ot its g111, clubs. 1VIQll1116ISll1p 111 tl1e club is secured QOlLlV o11 t111 basis ot 11111sic1l ibility. A la1ge club ot t111nt1 tour 111811113619 is s1l1ct1d 1 irly i11 the s1hool yen TIOIII 11111011 11111111761 a lr1vel111g Club ot t111lv1 111111111915 is C1'lOSt11 to1 t111 sum- 11111 trip Ho11ever the 111t11e club is taken Ollt O11 s1ve111 S1lOIt trips 1lu1ing th1 school X831 T111 t1a1el111g 011111 111t11 1 college 11p1es1ntative lett XdI1L1Vlllt' o11 June 11 1920 tor a 111116 116815 t11p tl11ough the Middle VV1.st. In the three thousand ll11l9S cove1ed t11e g1rls p1ssed t11ro11g11 VVisconsi11 MlI111L,SOt3 South Dakota 13th 11av111g glV611 t11e1r sixty 1111161 concert that eve11i11g. 'lhe o11ly 11oodoo of lfriday t111 11th v1as that they 11ad to separate k11o11ing tl1at t11o ot their 111e11111ers 11011111 11ot ret11r11 to school 111 b1 pt1111l1er. l11ey 11tt 1111111111119 It 1 :30 A M A11g11st 14th dlld 11ad 1ec11perated sufficiently from t11ei1 ta1e11ells to 11e a11le to sit 11p and take so111e nour1shn1e11t. Many XYQFG t11e exciting experiences encountered-particularlv in Minne- sota WllGI1 t11ev vsent through t11e Minnesota River Valley it had rained so 11ard t11at t11e rails and ties v1e1e 1111der water. Going from Wabasha to Zum- 11rota a distance of t11e11ty eight 1111les over roads ot clay four days atter a clo11dburst there were nine girls and t11e driver in a seve11-passenger Paige. E1g'l1tG611 bags and suitcases NX ere decorat111g all ot the 1nachine i11side 3,1161 out, and helped to fill 11p the little places th11s keepi11g t11e girls O11 top from fall- ing o11t lo add a thrill this trip was 111ade i11 one and three-quarter hours. The people 111 Lula Ixuske s ho111e tov1 I1 treated the girls so Cc1I'Lfll1lW that they 111ade the111 drink ra1n11ater 11e0ause t11e city vsater 11as too ha1d for 1oung girls Qarlie found out 111u0h to her delight t11at the Aurora. 130192111817 11as a crea1n separator In Omaha Harriet s purse-all the 111o11ey between 11er a11d star1at1on alo11g Vtllll her suitcase check 11e1e stolen. H011 e1e1 she 1l1d 11ot starve to death The saddest eve11t of the trip was at Pierce kansas, v1here the club had to part with Z1111m1e and Ruth Travis t11o 11eeks 11etore t11e conclusion of the tour Hou 111ust 11ot be 1Il1Sl9d 11110 t11111k111g that tl1e girls did 01111 t11i11gs ot a light and frivolous nat11re a11d that they went iust for a good ti111e. T11eir efforts were always directed toward making others see how much North- Western had done for them and what she stood for. They so11ght to 111ake others want to come and find o11t a11o11t the tr11e North-Wester11 Spirit. - - 3 o f 'l'11v"-1' 'l 1' 'o' . 1 1 j " lclitm s 1 1 wi U 11 ,1 V .1 I V1 ' ' 1 4 A 11 'Q 11 A ' .1 I J 1 ,1 , . Q 1 C 1 I C L - - , - ' ' Y .' 1 ' 1 1 1 .11 1 v 1 I - 1: 1 1 A 14 a c 1 1' - c A 1 -, . . 11 1 fn ' vf 1 ' ju . 1 J A 1 14 1 n .1 ' 1 , A .V - 1. 1 1 A ' tc l 1 ' r , v ' i n 1 'LVWE ' . 1 77, ,YJ 1 1 1.1 L1 L11 I ' .1 L J, ' 7- - - A ' , 3 ' . YA az 1 . L1 1 1 . y ' ' .J 1 ul . ' Y. 1 ,, c Q 1 , 1 - 7 1 ' 3 1 1 7 9 ' ' ' i 7 Q' ' ' 1 I 1 1 Q I 7 g . , . Nebraska, Kansas, a111l Iowa, ending the to11r at 1311111111110 o11 Friday, Aug11st 4 I ' ' , ' ' V - ' , I 6 W 1.1 77 Q 7 ' ' 4 1 . W ' a ' V 7 A . 1 'i ' 1 7 6 ' f f f 1 , A , ' N L I ' 1? A V1 . A ' Q 1 ' A 1 I In 'I 7 ' '7 ' 1 ' . " U . y - . . - 1 1 I 1 . , - . . 7 ' 'Q 1 7 - 7 . ., . 1 , . , . , . , , , ' l ' ' ' 7 . ,, . . . 1 1 h . c , 1 1 ' V 9 I 1 , . . , . ' ' y 7 v . 1 1 1 y ' 1 ' I as 1 , 1 ' 7 7 V A v I ' ' 7 n w va . 1. l Q v x Y Y 1 , ' 7 V . H . . ,, V Y . , . . . . , 1 , , K y Y I I. , I l I 44 77 , 1 A Page Szxty nzne Pagr Sefvfnly lmidt. . F-cl M Musvr. P. I Moser, K. ngliugr. i1 Y 4. I Kun-Chel. lvld. I Sellty. ielver. H lillret. NVei11e1't, I.. 1th, Kern. R Row Z .V 'k Bac C5 1-1 :J 2 5-1 :J C LC ,... ,.. A l-4 A 4-4 Ln r-' .- IU f- .- QJ . Z B-1 O 4-I U QJ L- Cl Q :J Pinn f. TO urtz, P K Ilissi11gv1'. Knec-htel. Lauhellsteilm, liaddutz. Row 1 ut Fro inf xingl r 5. iclle-1' 41'1'es.J, R. . 1 Pestrv ,mage-. M I I illlen 11 C6192 Glluh ll1e tlllf:'SC1011 What lnductd you to comt to XOlll1 Western? wl1e11 put to 1I1Cl1V1ClUdl students 111 many cxses llI1l1g'S 1L0ICl1 tl1e answtr lht Cwlte Cl11b It IS CV1d6I1t then th1t as1de from l1old111g Ill 1111po1tant plau lmong tl1e ll1ll91Cdl o1g1n1f1t1o11s ot the college tht C1lee Club cl l1lllS the CllSf111Ct1OI1 ot btmg om ot tl1e best boosttls lOl tl1e colltge Tl1e club 1S a StllCl911t OI'gdI11!dt1OI1 M1111be1sh1p 111 1t 13 guned thxough fl COIIIPCCIUXL I11 o11t 111 tl1e tall ot tht Wtdl ln tll1S tu out the lbpll mt IS g1V6I1 every chance to show l11s mus1cal db1l1TX In tlllg 1113111191 a club of about twenty four members 1S plcked Th1S club wo1ks tl1rougl1out the year g1V111g concerts 1n 11e1ghbor111g tow ns 011 convement wttk ends lt also 1enders a ho111e concert Pow ard the sprmg of tl1e year tl1e summer club IS selected The act1v1t1es of the club may be d1V1Cl9d 1I1t0 two classes tlj those ot the school xear and C25 those ot the summer lt 1S hald to say wh1ch IS 111ore 111oyable and valuable the 111us1cal educat1o11 and develop111e11t and tl1e soc1al 111term111gl111g of l1ve fellows 111 tl1e TIGQUQIIC rehearsals and w etk end concerts V1C1SS1llldCS of Wh1cl1 ale too 11u111erous to IIIQIIUOII It IS Ct'I't3111 that every member of tl1e club hnds 111111161189 engovment 111d proflt m bemg coached 111 the flne po111ts of the club smgmg game bx Prof C C Pmney our d1I6Ct0l LOVQIQ of l1lllS1C ca1111ot fall to FQCQIVQ a better apprec1at1on of good 111us1c and develop the 1rt of GXPFQSSIOII a11d platform conduct when smgmg 111 the Cwlee Club In the11 tour ot the East tl1e 1920 Sllllllllel cl11b t1aveled through SIX states llldldlld Oh1o P6I1I1SVlVdI113 New Sork New Jersey M1Ch1g311 and spe11t three weeks 1n the Provmce ot Ontar1o Canada They tlavelled about 4000 lll1lGS 111 78 days g1v111g 84 concerts th11s representmg Worth Western College to many people 111 a large part of tl1e Umted btates Although tl1e obgect of tl1e summer tour 19 to present the IIICQPGSCS of 0111 Al111a Mater who111 We all love there 1S mucl1 to repax tl1e tellows tor CTIQII t1111e dlld efforts The lure of travel and the sple11d1d l1osp1tal1tv ot 11ew fI'1QI1ClS are dallv present Whe11 we recall celebratmg the Fourth on Xmg l111g s and Emsel s farms l'liiV1I1g a sham task D1SS11lgQFl battle 111 the for1n of a fl1S1lldd9 of sky rockets spendmg a few davs 111 seemg the wondus ot New Xork a11d wh1le there tast1ng the brmy Wave tl1row1ng o11e s h1t from the Statue of L1berty Cask Moserj s111g1ng to the officers a11d crew 011 the Battleshlp Pennsylvanla sa1l111g up the Hudson w1th the natural beautles of tl1e Pahsades and Catskllls 011 every hand and v1ew1ng tl1e Nlagara as 1t pours over the falls to resume 1tS 1our11ey 160 feet below we are COI1V1I1CQCl that tl1ese are 1I1C1dQ11tS wh1ch 111ore than Sdt1SfV tl1e ll1g'l16St expectat1ons The fellows are 6I1tlll1S1dSt1C 111 tl1e1r Crlee Club work and look tolward w 1th great a11t1c1pat1o11 to the work ot the Spflllg and SHIIIIIIGI' M D O 9 fd ' 1 ' g' 1 . 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I tzingf-13 1' I Nnrth Mrntvrn Qlullvgv Manh The llllld l1olds 1 C0llllIl6I1LlllJlt pos1t1o11 a111o11g the 0IglI11lll1OIlS ot North XNLSJECIII College I11 l00k111g' hack ove1 the past ve tr s worl1 we hnd th1t the lldllil l1as VLIX c1ed1t ihly served thc purpose f0I Xllllbll It was lllltlldttl t llfl 111 ll6V6l0P11lg' 9l1lllU91dSlll and school sp1r1t 111 tht Inge p1og1a111 ot 1thlet1c 1ct1v1t1es Coach 5lXlOI1 s1vs I eant llldlxt' a stattnn Ill too SlI011glN fax 01 ot tl1e lJ311Cl and tl1e IJOSITIOII wlnch 1t holds 111 C01111tCl1011 w1th llllltl1CS at hmth NVKBJIQIII A toothall game 13 COI1S1tl6I'6Ll 111COIl1plf:'lt XN1lll0l1l tlns 01g'l111ldl1011 p1ese11t to SUppOIt the l631l1 a11d add pep dlld 1nsp11at1o11 to the tea111 llltl tl1e spectltors L1kew1s1 Clllflllg tht hask1th1ll season succtss 1s lugelx due to support 1310111 the hleache1s and agnn the h llld IS called 111t0 '1Cl10ll ln 3LlCl1ll0H to tl1e lhove the ha11d puts spec1al stress o11 p1ep'1r1ng a11d render111g two concerts each vear Thu expeuence and developrnent gdlllild from fl11S wo1k IS 1I1Vdll1llWl6 a11d serves as H11 111C6Ilt1VQ to LVQIY n1e1nhe1 to do ll1S hest W1 ca1111ot speak ot tl11s work w1tl1out g1V111g due cred1t to tl1e Ll1I'6ClOl E B Moelnus Mr MO6l71l1S has traveled qulte extens1velv Wllll var1ous con cert hands dlld l1as galned a 11at1onal I'Qpl1tHt1011 as a corntt solo1st as well as lldlld master COI1S1d9I'111g the fact that 111ore than halt ot tl1e lI1E'll1l36'1S ot llllS wear s o1gan1zat1on are 116W students 0119 can readllv 1111Cl9I'SlHl1d the s1tu through tl1e S9lGCf10I1 ot appropr1ate IIIUSIC a11d expert leadersh1p the hand was ahle to stage a co11cert wh1ch was very favorahly COll1ll16l1ClGL-l hv those 111 a pos1t1on to cr1t1c1se Mr lVIOQll1US also has charge ot the Department ot 111 SlI'llCl1011 111 Band Instrmnents 1n wh1ch IHHHV students are laklllg' advantage of nrst class tra1111ng Mr A L Hafenuchter 1S 1I1SlI'l1CtOI' 111 Reed Instru 111e11ts a11d 1s d0111g' cred1tahle work 111 that capac1tx 'lo all men w l1o plav lldlld 111S'EI'111I1Q11lS 1t can he stated that vou have a place to flll111fl1Q ho1th WGSl9F11 College Band Punctuahtv and lnterest au, th111gs w h1ch help to hulld a band and both of these V1I't1l9S w 1ll he acqulred 1t vou JOIH I1 Februarv 22nd 1921 the tollowmg lllgll class progra111 was g1VG11 Part I March New Colon1al R B Hall Overtlue PPIHCQSS of Indla Ix L lung Co1netSolo Hvac1nthe H A Vandercook Elmer IXOQIIIGI' Select1on Martha Arr A1 flaves Vocal Solo Toreador CS011g from Carmen 5 l31SQl Prof Thomas Rennngton Basso Part II March L1gl1ts Out 11 E Met ov Overture Golden Dragon K L Klllg Saxophone Solo Bouquet des Fleurs Veerecken A L Hafenmchter Intermezzo Forget IHC 11ot Allell Macbeth Grand Fantasla Southern MQIHOTIQS Jas Hecker E A K 1 1 I EI .Z 2 , " I .Q 'Zz' I. 111 . - 1 . ,.y ,1 'r y , A 1 v '1 ' 1-if ' 1 1-.O I. . 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I i. lister. libre lier. 1-'C H Huw I I"1'm1t 1 Pianist! 4 inet, Hein he 1 w w w 1 x Nnrih Meratvrn Glnllegr Q91 rhmrtra Under the rhle drrectrorr ot Prot Q t Prnnex Ihreetor ot the School ot Musrc the North Western Lollege Orchestra entered upon the second 1 ll ot rts exrstence w lfll an enthusrastrc nrtrnbershrp of thrrty seven 'Ilrrs 01g'dll17dl101l wlrrch has come to he 111 rrnportarrt tactor 111 collf ge lrtt renders a valuable SGIVICQ to rts rnfrnbers as well as contrrhutrng gtrrtrouslw to the aetrvrtres ot the college Errserrrble work has corne to he recogrrrzed bv the leadrng conservatorres as an essentral part of the currrculurrr and some have organraed orchestras tor studtrrts of onlv one and two years of study In nranv crtres tnsernble classes rn wrolrn are berrrg held 111 the puhlrc schools For thrs reason every student who rs rrrusrcallx talented or rnclrned should avarl hrnrself ot the opporturrrtres and onlv rnusrc of the hrghest grade rs studred Each rnernher apprecrates everr nrorrrent of practree and the henefrts rendered bv such trarnrng A verv successful concert was grven on Apr1l 2nd to a large and enthusras trc audrence However greater thrrrgs are expected next year and plans are now berrrg formulated for several extra concerts durrrrg the corrrrrrg season The followrng rrarned persons eonstrtute the present rnernhershrp ot the or chestr a 1st Vrolrn Mrs H T Saxton QPresD Clarence Drssrrrger Gladss New ton Esther llarnowskr John Martrn John Staffeld Arthur Ehret Clrltord Drusclrel lheodore Boecker Dore Ester Drurns Matthew Wagrrer Prarrrst Esther H9111 2nd Vrolrn Marg 1ret Eulenstern Mrldred lxatterhenrw John rollrnan Catherrne Frnkherner Arlev Voss Erw rn Ptefferkorn Ben Zrrrrdars Rov Brown Edgar Hreher Wrll l Elessner Mrlton Oestrercher Ruth Mover Helen Maaser Paul Stetfn Romeo Ixroehler l rornhone Mrlton Schafer Uello Mrs Dw rght Rrtc Mrs Errna Eddv Donald Caweltl f lar 1116f Vlelvrrr bchrnrdt t 1rl l'111lilJ61I16I' Atlee Hatenrrchter P10111 Arlre Wrrrrrer C ornet I+ lrrrer Ixoerner Clarence Moser Mrs H T S -I 4 g . 2 '. 1' ' . 'i aj. gg. ' -,qc . - nr. ' l Y' ' 'V -Y ' ' Tl ' A Y'-V 1 I 1 1 L- Va 162' '- ' 1 - 'I I . AA V. Y I I i I D 1 .A I l 1 l .J 4 ' ' - V 1 1 - , ak 4 . . Y s ' 5 ' 3 ' L 1 L vf . L1 ' I' A J 1 tw 1 K 'ul I , 1 6 I 'V ' I Y tt I which the orchestra affords hirn. Rehearsals are held regularly every week, V 1 . . K . L f ' ' D . a ' . V . I l ' . . . 1 '- . ' 'z ' . f' '11 1 ' ' ' I T. - f . - 1 I V , . 41 ' , 1 , . 7 x . V A . . I Y A I. ' . 1 ' J" 'c N' . 1' ' - 11, 1' ' M f ' ,uf 1 ' H ,, s 1 J V1 , , ,. ' . I Q . f j 3 1 4 1 ' 1 7 1 J if 7 A ' W ' 1 J 1 1 . u W L 1 V1 Page Sm enty hw C. C. l'in11ey 1Director3 Harriet Kraushar fSec.-T1'eas.J W. C. F. Hayes 1P1'es.l Matthew Wagner 1,Llll1'il1'lill1l Uhr Obratnrin Asaznriatinn Everyone of us can enjoy good music, but few of us can produce it. Oratorio, however, is one form of music in which even the amateur can take part in the rendition of the finest in that art. In the spring of 1918, under the leadership of Prof. H. E. White, the Oratorio Association of North-Western College was organized. The first con- cert given by the Association in the month of May was "Hiawatha's Wed- ding Feast," by S. Coleridge Taylor. Encouraged by the success of this ren- dition the Association, in 1919, presented "The Death of Minnehahaf' and f'Hiawatha's Departure," by the same composer. When Prof. C. C. Pinney assumed charge of the School of Music in 1919, the Oratorio Association, like all phases of the schoolis work, took on a new impetus. In the Spring of 1920, under the directorship of Professor Pinney, the Association gave to a large and appreciative audience Mendelssohn's "Hymn of Praise" in a most commendable manner. Artists from Chicago, who assisted in the solo parts of the concertydeclared that the chorus work done by the Association ranked superior to any like organizations with which they had had any connection in recent years. At the writing of this account the Association, with an unprecedented membership and interest in the work, is preparing for concert production Mendelssohn's "Elijah" The high standard set by the Association places a premium upon the privilege of taking part in the work done and guarantees to the community the finest in the field of Oratorio. W. C. F. H. Page befvenly-six X A XfX x X I X, XXX xf X fx N! X Xl X XV X X1 X X X X X! X vb X X X X lx X X wwf F l, fr s E V k 9 5. Y ff W I w E 9 5 5. H I e Q e Q5 N I r h w I a E E E 5 ,V rx 11 'i - ' A E1 5 5 9 Z 2 5 i gc ,-.... ,..,, --, . :i YY.A.-., Y-- Page Severity-sf-1'en . 1 X f .-I A I K 1 f f Qfw-ff P iv ,,-wT'f qbvf KY if .M , A-Q-' ,414 Page Sefvenfy-right Z' 1 D , . N ., -1 '4 . wr.y. Fi b-1.571 ' . 1 I I H - U f 1 E 1 r g., L I 1 1 I 1 M , 1 1 1 5 A ,it if 1 E 1 I I 1 1! 1: B W, H 1 x I V A 1 'W Y ll A I 5 E? 'I 1 Q H Q fl 5 E l 4 1 3 2 1 4 , 'S l . k. 7 Y ,A-,MA Aish EA ML -i-f-1--ff-1---.1---, A . ,,. 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VNIT Page Eighty-six QND PLATOON, R. O. T. C. VNIT - ,h.., .HM v1-W1 ----- Tyr.-gg-:mv-f-W-. 1 i 111 1' I 1 il 13' I 1 9152 111' F1 I!! .11 11' 111 21 li 1 ,1 .U 1. 1 5 if 1,1 H 1? 11. 11 ' 1 1: 'S '11 4, 11 193 I1 3:11 11 1 '11 11' .115 11 .1 , . i 1 12 .fn 121 W1 11 15 1.1 1 f Q! 1? Em. 111 1111 .,. 111- .1 11' 1. 111 Nl 1 F-1 NH' 2119 .1 111 I N15 1 1. ,A HI 4 11 1 1 131 15 114 31 .1 1 Q .. - N fgiij.gw'fM:fri"'1ii'i':f'fi,M 21' HF? :,1,, HT XM ,A ya 'lf r ig 5: Ei ii f H K 1 'E+ V :lx in ,151 'ffl Ig ,K If if sa V 11 H l i . , , 'Q Fl X 'ix 1. -,V , Pa 5 D H fl Ji Tl U 1 I' el 1' 'W 'x lf Az mf if I r- H I .. if ff Li ik if XL rl ti fa 5:51 1 g E E il H al f Ml' V11 W' 19' J : 11 " F, Ni E FE P f ff ii Q' If I li ki 3R11 I'I.A'l'UOX, R. U. T. V. l'NlT A MACH ISE-GFX SQVAD TRAINING VVITH THE AI7'1'OMA'l'lC RIFLICS -..--- .,57...3.,YzT....i,,.,.Y-..Y ,Y-,.. ---nr . 7-7 . ,. , A Wt. 7,-:-A-,? -r,-,-?-- -f---7-f, Y-V3 . V-if-i. - T-Y-7 .. V-n Y . Page Eighty-.refven Svtuhvni Svvlf-Ceuurrnmeni Student self-government, inaugurated four years ago. now holds an important place in our college activities. lt was a decided forward step whe11 the faculty of North-NVestern sanctioned Student Self-4Government. The students choose their own representatives who sit together in the Uouncil pre- sided over by a president elected each year by popular vote of the student lody. With the presiding oiiicer there are representatives from each of the college classes. the president of the academy student body. the editors of the Vollege t'hronicle and the Spectrum. and a faculty member. while all other major organizations of the student lody have their representatives. The purpose of this council is to co-ope ate with the faculty to llltlllltfllll high standards about the School and to bring: before the faculty the opinions of the students. to consider matters relating to the conduct of any student organization. and to pass upon all matters, not strictly academic. concerning the relationships between students and student organizations. Vertain worth while things have been accomplished during the year hy the Council. The tirst thing that was done last fall was to acquaint the new students with their own system of gove, n1ne11t and to explain the purposes and powers of the Councilfln this way each student was made to feel that he was a part ofthe school democracy. The next work undertaken was the conducting of organized class scraps between the S01lllO1ll0l't'S and Freshmen. A positive attitude and llllf a negative one was assumed o11 the part of the council and class contests were organized to take the place of hazing. Last year the initial class scrap proved to be such a success that instead of 0119 con- test. three class scraps were planned and carried out successfully this year. First a tug-of-war across the 'roaring' lJul'age was won by the Sophomores: the second, a base- ball game. and the third. a sack scrap, were loth won by the Freslnnen. lm ing the year two notable programs were planned and conducted by the Council. The lirst one was held on Armistice llay and was the occasion of the unveiling of the bronze tallet tsee page 123 in honor of North-Western's part in the World War. The Annual Uhristmas I'rogram was rendered just before the holidays at which time a sul stantial collection for the starving children of Europe was given by the students. Later in the year another gift of over three hundred dollars was sent to the European Student Relief Fund. Numerous matters were taken up and questions discussed hy the Founcil through- out the year. chief among which wel'e the honor system and the Iliterary Society problem. Student Self-G4nvernment has proven successful and has come to stay. It plays a large part in training students for citizenship and also immediately serves in bring- ing about better school discipline. XVe bclievc that the student bodies of the future will catch visions of new possibili- ties and will make use of their heritagge of self-gove nment to bring about those pro- gressive measures which will make for a bigger and better North-Western. D. N. E. -.1 f l i Page Eighty-right 1 1, ,1 1 1 6.1.4-1-.. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I. 1. 1, 1 11 '1 I 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Page Eighty-nine Huang ilHP11,5 Glhriatian Aaanriatinn Among the leading organizations of North-Western College you will tind 'the Young Men's 4'ln'istian Association. We feel that there is no organization in our school that has been and is so vitally connected up with the traditions of the college as is this lzody of Christian young men. The Y. M. U. A. had its beginning here 3t1NO1fl1-VV9Sl'61'll eleven years after the school was founded. Since that time it has made for itself a place that it would be impossible for any other organization to till. Our one great aim during the past year has been to make every man in the school feel that we are a f'lII'fSfftl7L Association. XVe have tried to create a t1'ue Christian in- fluence that could not help but touch the life of every m-an. Our principal objectives have been: to lead students to faith in God through Jesus Christ: to promote their growth in Christian faith and character, especially through prayer and the study of the Bible: to promote a positive moral and religious college spirit: to challenge studenlts to devote themselves. in united eifort with all Chris- tians. to making the will of Christ effective in human society and to extending the Kingdom of God throughout the world. To what measure of success our aims have been realized we shall never know. hut our prayer is that the 'influences give11 out shall live on in the lives of those who come after us. The work of the Y. M. G. A. covers all phases of college life. The spiritual side was developed by means of the weekly prayer meetings, the Bible Discussion Groups, the joint vesper se1'vices with the Y. W. C. A.. the social service work in the city and surrounding country through the services of gospel teams, and through the special ef- forts during the week of prayer. The social side of the school life was encouraged in the form of a 'stag' social. a term social, and a formal reception. The most important training conference for the men of the college is the ten days spent at Lake Geneva each- summer. Last year North-YVestern College was repre- sented by seventeen students a11d one faculty member. While there. each man received a hroadeivconception of l1is own latent powers. The inspiratons received there are of a lasting quality. We lived with rcal men in their play life as well as in their religious life. The daily plunge in the lake, a boat trip around the lake, dodging the white caps while in a row boat, and all the forms of athletics. helped to make this ten-day period a mountain-top experience in -the life of every college student who at- tended. But the crowning event of the year was the Week of Prayer. The meet-ings were conducted by Rev. R. W. Schloerh of the class of 1915. Ysing 'the words of many, "It was the greatest week of prayer in the history of North-Western College." The Young Men's Christian Association is the only organization about the college that takes a vital interest in can-I1 and crcry num. It strives to make the1n feel that we with God are 0116. W. A. S. Page A znely Page Ninety-one ignung lmnmrnla Glhriatain Aaanriaiinn The You11g Women's t'hristian Association is an organization that has for its purpose to lead students to faith in God th ough Jesus Christ: to lead theln into mem- lzership and service in the Uhristian church: to promote their growth ill Christian faith and character, especially through the study of the Bible: to influence them -to devote themselves in united efforts with all Christians to making the will of Christ effective in human society and to extending the Kingdom of God throughout the world. The Association is an flssof-ifffirnz of young women. It is realized today that woman has a large! place in the history of the world than she has ever had hefore. and the Y. VV. is helping her lind that place. It is recognized. too, that the woman who will do the most eiticient work is the t'hristian woman. and here again the Y. XV. is helping the young woman to live a t'hristian life. But what al-out the Y. W. at North-Western Uollege? Perhaps the work of this organization could he presented in no better way than l'y outlining the wo1'k of the various committees and telling hrietly what each has accomplished. The Vaiinet. consisting of the President. Vice-l'resident, Sec etary. Treasurer, Yn- dergraduate Field Representative. and the chairmen of all the standing committees. carries on the work of the Association. The Religious Meetings Committee provides for the regular devotional meetings, and together with the Y. M. C. A. Religious Meetings Vommittee provides for joint meetings, such as the Yesper services and the services of the Week of li'1'ayer. This year the Week of Prayer services were conducted in a clear-cut, forceful manner by Rev. R. W. Schloerh of Highland Park, lllinois. The Bilwle Study Committee has charge of the liillle Discussion Groups, and much interest was shown in these classes this year. The Fellowship Committee arranges a missionary meeting once a month and has charge of the Mission Study classes. and with the Y. M. C. A., carries on a campaign to raise money for the support of a missionary. The Social Service Uommittee carries on welfare work within tl1e student hody and gives help to people in the community who desire it. The Membership Committee makes a systematic canvass of the girls to secure mem- llers. The memlzership of the Association this year reached one hundred per cent. The Room and Library t'ommittee has charge of all the rooms in use hy the Associa- tion. providing furnishings. etc. This year this committee accomplished the redecorating of the Vahinet Room. and also purchased a desk for this room. The Social Vommittee plans for the social life of students. having charge of the Girls' Reception. Term Social, Annual Reception, May Fete. and teas. The Reception Uommittee meets the new girls at the trains, assists them in finding their rooms and helps them to feel at home Zllld comfortalmle. The I'ndergraduate Field Representative keeps in touch with the National and World Y. W. t'. A. and informs the local Association of the work of the various As- sociations in Ventral Field. The Y. W. V. A. tries to cultivate the spirit of true friendship among all the girls U11 U19 Cfllllhus and also tries to aid every girl who comes to No, th-Western to develop a normal, active, t'hristian life. E. R. f . --Y-fuel Page A znciy-tfwo Page Ninety-three - - --A-fry, :mf 4.- E 1 1 1 1 1 1: ,1 ..,. ,....,-.,,,- ii gi :31 if 1 iv i 1, Q M q Eg , 1 63 I hr 1,1 Glnllvgr Glhrnmrlv 1' E. ARNULD s1IHALIilCR ALBERT B- VTZMAN i i lflditoi'-i11-4'hief I'UmiSl191' i 1 W 1 Hi M W L Edwin G. Moede ...... .... 1 kssistaut Editor Wesley P. Groiiewald .... . . . .Assistant Editor QT Melvin SUIIOIISQ-'11 ...... .... A ssistant Plilmlisller Alplmelis M. Guhl. .. .... Assistant Publisher I 1 1. F V I i W li li W i iw I J1 1. 1 I tt l'ilIRHNl1'I,l'1 S'.l'A1"F Twp Huw: Vzuwlti. Nolte, G. Zillllll0l'lllIlllll, Iil'2lllS11:ll', G. Wit--st, Niergzirtli, Arvnds. M 1 I Q' Kliiw. Moy, G. Itl. fPI'i2lllS. ff Midxlh- Iimv: Iialcklzimier. M. XVIIQIIPF, Ilill, Yvh, lP9illil1Q91'. Meyer. Bz111v1'i1fei11d. 5- Fi-mit Rmv: Huhl. SilllUllSl'll, I4tZlll2lll, SCll2llkl'l'. IC. Muede. Gl'Ullt'XVZlld. 41? 11 ig? 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 P- -1-r-1.--ef . , , , hs- , age' Ninfly-four Zi kf hr Svpertrnm PATTL J. SCHWAB 1iHH'1'. W. YINGI Editm'-in-Cllief Pllhlisllel' Howard L. Urians.. ..... Junior Editor August L. Ritzert .... .... J unier I'nlnlisl1e1' Melvin D. Sclnnidt... ...... Stal? Artist John XV. Collins ..... ....... S tulf Artist M. Peter Schneller .... .... S taff "Kod:1kist" Wesley R. Maechtle ........ .... .................... S t aff "Bouncer" Harvey F. SiG1llSt'll. R. Staluss. M. IJ. Oestreicher, Assistants xi K 1 1 wi .ING W G i V SPECTRVM STAFF Siemsen, M. Schmidt, Schneller, Maechtle, R. Stauss, M. Oestrcicher H. L. Orians, P. Schwab, R. Yingling, Ritzert ' P H Page Ninety-five 5 I Swagrr Aaznriuiinn Qmiirvrn F A Qpon, P1es1de11t X P9tE'1NO11 Qec H R HQIIIIHDQI N109 Fuss H A lXO9I'Ql1b61,:, Tleas Hnluntenr iganh Qpftirvrz P F PJIL61 PIGi1dQ11t XX P f.x101l9XXd1d Sec 11eas Iena D ae,,er hee Ples L 1' Pau Lomm. Chauman . . s- 0', f ' .' . . K . ' ' 0. . " - . -. Y .U . . . , . . , . 1 - 0. 7' - . . 1 1 , .. w -. 1 .. , . . 1. , Page Ninety-.fix 'lg' NlCUTHUI'IIl'IAN I,l'1'1'IHA1'lY SUl'Il'I'1'Y U1"1+'Il'l'IIlS , . Alet BZIITSCII, l'1l2l1'1t'S BUIIIIGF, Pearl Brown, Ralph Cawelti, Imnald Dewar. Ilernacline I'lllIllll9iPl', llorothea Ehret, Arthur Ehrliardt, Leona Ei,zenln'odt, Luella Ester, Ilure Foster, Anita FI'09llllllilljI. Harry Gnerz, Marie Hegrle, Pearl Hill. Walter Ioder, Lncile Keller, Elias Kern, Lorenz Kline, Lelloy Kluckhohn. Cllarles Knoche, Malnel Kottke. Arthur Kundert, Thelma Kuske, Lula LilI1g9, Harry Lange, Lillian Iitlhlltkll Kuslw. I'l'HL,'lilll law. P. Sc-llwaln, Nansvn. Nillllllllll, vntrnphran NY I.vl'Cl1, 1'lZlil' AIRPCIITIE. Wesley Millvr, Iflnlmart Nansen. Jann-s Naunlan, llaruld Napoli, Anton NOl'l'PllllPl'g'. lflugl I'lown1an, Varl I'l'0ClillHNV, Sadie Ileicliart, Margarvt Ric-llert, 1+'l4n'a Rife. Mildred Killing. XValter SCl12lt'fQl'. Illntll Schultz. I"rank Schwab. Paul SCllXV1:'itZU1'. Ye-ra Senty. Marion Sfl'ifflvl', Huy Suratos, Tvotilo I'fZIllilll. Allwrt We-inert, Luella Wirfls. Ernest xViX0lll, Eva Zietlow. Carl Zwirtz. Jones l l Page Nirzety-sefvfn --ull? 1 1 SIGMA .XLPIIA TAI' I,I'l'l'I1!AllY SlN'll'I'l'Y UL'FIC1C1iS I,2lll1Pk'llS1t'ill. Yvh, l"illlil1t'illl1l'. Ivissingm-1'. Lung I IXl'Zltf, II1-11 gfuss. M. Xzlc-kel. IC. Smith Signna Alpha Eau ,Q 1' ' ,IS Qfliififlffiijlii f...L' "w'a"T 111 114 I 1 1 V Y 1 41 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l , 1 Xdvlmzln. IAillll't"llL'P link:-1'. AHCC HMM. Huy Hl'PlllPI', Alice' HIYDXYIIS. Yoda Iiurmltf, lithe-I I:llfCllt'l'. Yerllun A. ,. Ilill. l+I:1l'l111m1f 1 Ibissinger. L'l:l1'x-1109 11 IPl':l4'ge 1. Imlzzl 1 l':ll1i'llN14"ill. NI ll f'l1'1-t I"ilalclwim'1'. l"1l'l ' Ile-ld. linux 1 IM-ngfuss. Mabel llivlwlx l'Idg.u1 ' Illizlll, lfllwlllm Jullnsoll. lidifll IfZlfff'l'llt'lll'X. Mildrvd 1 Kirss, Ileflvll Iilnr-klmlln. Edna 1 IiHPl'll0l', EIIIIPI Kmft. ,X1Villil Krnff. Iilllilllfll , I,:nl11'. B4-11 I,1lI11l1'llSft in XVt'l'St9l' 1, 1 Imlnie-11. E111 11 1 1 Z1 1 1 11 i-1.1-N - 1 .- L"'-:iw.W--.1-2-:1w"znuwIrpggl nw-A Q--M .:4Yz.a-K-f':QA:Rvmr.. A LUCRWHUG. lie'nl':0 I,ull:.f. Huy Miller. Ht'lltJVit'Vt' Nillllllflll. I1'm:1 Newton. Viola-t Urizms. I'IUXY2ll'll I'u1'ke1'. lfillll I':11'1'. 4'1:ll'vllt'v lfllllllllilll. l'1l'lll2ll SClllt'llllllHl', Mildrm-d SCIIXVIIID. l1I:l1'Ve-y SHIIYY. Helulile Slmwk, XV'iHZll'd Smith, Edifll Strntz. Alici- '1'11'11cke111l rmlf. Gl't'f21 Vml 11-if, 1"lu1'v11Cc1 IvllliDl'l-'it Mildrvd Yoh. IfilXlll1llld XV:lIt0l', Ruth Weinert. L2lllI'GllCQ We-y1'ic'k. Ralph NVlw1'tz. QTSCZII' Yzlckoi, In-1'tl1:l Yzlclu,-1. Mz1l'ii1z1 Page Nincty-figlzt ,,,Y-.v -,, V. ,-,,,,gw-...aa1l ...lgliw 1 , gf 9, .Qs l'AI.I,ICNI XY I.l'1'l'IllA1iY SUVII IX 1 NVeg1n1', I-I. Iiickurt. J. ll. JUIIUS. M. Ilestlwic-111'-1' H. V1 lmrth, lflurl Beelvr, 1+'01'11 lieyler. Ruth liickvl, t'l1:11'les Hullllvll Xvillffl' l5llElltl'. John lxissinger. Rllfll lllllllktl. Ulivv I"1'itz111vie-1'. 11111412111 Gzncklm-1'. Iivululm Hudsclmlk. lJ9fll2l fllwllvwzlld, NVe'sle-5' Glllll. Alplwus lf2lf9Ill'iCllfk'l', Atlve lIzll'lllS. Henry Ilillfllllg, H0l'fl'lld0 ll2llllllOl'St'll. iram- Ilvlllwko. Alum Ililkvr. LIIPHZI Hunk, Szlrzvll JHIIFS, Ilrlslvf Kiest. lfltlwl IilPilllPllllGl2'l'll. Jtlilll Klinv. Mildwd Le-illwvlw-1', Weslvy MUSPP, Kzlil FFF est. Kiewt. l7iSSillJlll'. Ilillier igallvnian Mu Nivl IVICRS Mum r. Bl2ll'Lflli'l'iiP llll. 110211 wrxzlll, 01:11-f-lncv Uustl'oiCl1e-1'. Milton I'fvtTv1'lw1'11, l'1l'XYi1l 1'!1ck4-rt, V. Iflululrt liiclu-rt. Iinlverr SCl12lllit'l'. IC. Arnuld NC'llQ'l'1iillQ.'. Xvillftfl' SC!llll:df. lfllnwlxull Nfqllllitif. Walter Sn-l1xx':11'z. H1'l'fl'lllll' FCllNVUifZt'l'. HIll'l'j' Scl1wv1111. IA-Huy Sipplv. Evvlxll Smith. l'l:m- Sftwlit-'l!l'2lll1l, Ruth Sfl'm'lr1'l. FH Il 'l'zl5'Iu1'. litlwl 'l'1':lvis. Ruth T l'l'l'. Huy XX vum-1'. NV P Xvzllfvl' ine-rt. T. Fl'-n11l'l111 Wivsf. I"1':111c XVif sf, NYU G1-ul'-'1:1 H Iluzmff 1'11lILfL1 Xvzlfull. 1 llaldys I Page Nineiy-nine l 1 I l Page One Hundred SIGMA IDICLTA PHI I.l'l'l'l1i-XRY SUt'll'l'1'Y Ul"1"ll'lCHS Sl lleisner, Vurl f:iIlS4lll. I'e1'feCtu Burnett. Hezltriee 1411111-'l'S. Arne l'1ll1'iCh. Alvin Hzllzel, Harvey Hznrlre, l':lV2l Hacker. Ge4rl'2e' liunne, Louis llegle. Bessie Jones, Ernest Kief, Lester Kluuz. Nexvtun IQIIOCIIYGI, Otto Kuttke, 1':lllll'1' Kofflie. Irvin IiI.'0Q1ll0f'. Esther IQVIUI. Rullerf Lung, Hrvie Lenz, f'2ll'Ulj'll Loose, Edith M01 ':1uleX. lfldw. Moede, lidwin Muede. Luellzl Moser, f'l2ll'GllCE' Slmlluler, Slnuler. I.. Moede lung, XV. IG. Jones, ld. Muede, Peterson Sigma Brita Hhi Nik-llllbillllll. t'l11'isti:1u,:1 Patterson. Ivan I'uulin. Ruth Peterson, Victor Plntz, Ruth Ruth, Warren Iiellnke, Florence Ricllert. Hazel Ititzert. August Rodriguez y Lopez, SClll90fQ1'. Ethel Sc-he oeder. Alice Schroeder. Eva Sc-hxven, UIIIQI' 311111912 XVesley SIXZIIIQIIGIX Fern Spanx, Frank SIPUIIII. Ruth - Trapp, Esther Voss, Arlie Wendt. Mildred Werner. Paul White. John Yingling, Lawrence Zixndars. Ben C0l'illil 1 -7443 I H IIA 1'I 'XI I11'11i.ARY S01 11G'1'Y UFh'1l1'1C1iS f1"1Cli1'll1d91 Nt-1111191 1i1111ts1111 N1-1 lsc 1' Ni1111111we11 11. Stwuss, Hutz -Xl't11dS NI'l1'.YllQ1'1fL 11111111 l111'111. l 11111-1 Bevle. . R-1y Lliappa 151 11 Bllllll. M1:11'g:1w1'ite lioese, Estller 150111111-1'g1-1'. Stanlvy l1OI'l111ll1, 11101121111 H111'11v111eie1', 176111121 BOl'11t'11lQ191', 1Vz11te1' H1'1111e1111-ie1'. C111'isti11e 1111111111 1'111'ist111111v1', Vlzlus, l'Idwz11'd lllllllkti- 1,1111-11:11 lfliselv. I':111l Gleiln, 1.:1111':1 Gnlmel, Leslie Gl'G11ZP11i1C11, Urns 112112, Lydizl Hielwr, T111r11111s1111 A .1z111111-11. Estlu-1' Ifllflill, Viola Kottke. 1101111911 K1'z111sh:11'. I 1:11'1'i0t Lielveusfeill, A1'111i11 Mzmser, I1e1e11 Miller, .1111111 Miyagi, 10111111 Musvlg 111-Witt Xvwlmll, l'llt1SfPl' NPNYIIIZIII, t'110st1-1' l'1-1111e1', lflstlwl' 1iildd2ltZ. Melvin 1ie11111u1t. Wil1i:1111 Sc11i1111l111'. Hlive- SC11l111l1f. 1411111 Sc-l1w:111, J. A1'tl1111' Slwiclq, 1111119 S11l'UC1i. 1111111 Si1111111se111. Melvin Spitlvr. 111-11 St:111ffe1'. Wvslvy '1'11nli11. 1Cstl1e1' Ti11otso11, 12111-11111 1'1'l1:111o1', 112111111 1 K f 1 1 3-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y:111 N111'111:111. 11111121 Wvlmert, Stanley XV1ffP1111l'211i9l'. P12111-'IICG 11 XV1'i,2I11f. Mildred 1 1 l.. l ir J Page One Hundred One 1 ,Yw,,..Y,YY 1' , ..,. ,W l l WWW? Rv'- ZETA SUPHEAN LITERARY SlJL'1lG'l'1f OFb'1L'l'lHS' ' Stelir, Faust. XViGllll-'1', Nuhn G. Lang. Schneider, Rieke. Niergartli Zvta Svuphean BilllE'1'1lf9i1ld, Howard I-Sergi, Fliarles Ilonnn. Lincoln Eigrenlnrodt. Harold Ellllllli l'Ht'2lllUI't' Fausett. Ernia Faust, f,,'l2l1'QllC6 FIQSSIIPY. Matie Haag, Hilbert HZlfGl1l'iC'11fl'1'. Esther Ilaldonian, Ethel Hold. Lorena Hunk, LeRoy Kalfle. Karl Klohin, Wlalter Klinglie-il, XVillard I, Koten, Arlie 1fl'2l11l91', Vivian l Krall, Carl l Krnlcow. Marie Ifilllg, Gladys i Littlowood. Harold l Mahlknck, Dora l Mantin, Erma Martin, John Myers. Sliernian H -. V W Page One Hundred Tfwo Newton. Gladys Niergarth. Eline-da Nolte. Carl Nonnainaker. Anna Nunn, Ferner Urians, Harrison I'feiTerko1'11, Hazel Rliineliard. Cliester Rieke, Lois Rlitan, Andy Ruth. Carlie Sclnnidt. Melvin Schneider, Allie Sclineller, Melvin Slirock. Lorraine Steele. Cle-on Stelir, Irvin Stull. Marie Stull, Vera TTOHIIIRII. John I'tzinger, Vernon We-inert. Albert Werner, Gladys XViGlllG1', Arlie Yingling, Robert Zimnmerlnann. Gertrude Ziinmerniann, Helen LA1 'UNlAX IATICRAIM' S4N'll'l'1'Y H14'k'I1'1f1RS A. Miller, 1'u1'te1 'Iivld. Scl11'eilw1', I-Puyce Sll2lf9l'- M. Ibtbllllll, Sclxllitflwr, Hl'1lllt'llll'itl', Slzulln YVUBIICXN I,l'IA4+l'lC 1 D14"l+'ll'l'I1iS Luella Ililker Fern Beeler, Sec1'etnry I'1'eside11t YiC9'I'1't'Sidt'Ilf Vera Stull Page One Hundred Three '7 ,,l lr ,N R w . 3,4 91. J? fr 0 lv W, .W ,1 vw: ,4 My ll., 'M 1 1 V wi w fy i St'lENt'lC 1'I,I'H Ulf'1f'll'l'l1iS XY. IC. Jmws. L. Yillgling. Nillllllllll. l'!1':l11des ,V Jilllllllll, I' I Pagf' Onf' Hundrfd Four J 5 L P M SPANISH 1'I.I'H 01+'14'Il'l'l1iS 1'1'wo St'lll9Sf6l'Sl Guhl. Hivlu-1'. L. Wvinert. l1n1'11v111eie1', XVit'lllP1' ' Kllflllxff, Ss-11m'itz1 Iiud1'ig:lu-z y Imlwz l'1'tZlCllPl'P. Muvde. F. Iv1lllll'0it ' 4 3. E5- Jia 11' ,. .,,. ---:ng , 1 1 l 1 l , , 4 , I 1 1 1 'l X 1 1 3 . ' 'Q ' - i Ri' .1 1 -'l I l' 5 5 .1 l i H Vtzinger, L. Iltlllllll. NUtJl'6lll'k'l'Q,', Gl'U1lQNYZlld fl Newton, Hohner. M. Kline. Arends 'l M. Yzlckel. Beyler. Sclmlker. ti. Zi1lllllt'l'lllll1ll1 I -if Aria Bramaiir Glluh 'l1 :il 11. The Arts I,l1'il1ll2lfiC Club is an OI'j.f2ll1iZ2lfi0ll whese purpose is te give its 111911111613 V' an opportunity tor the developnlent ot dl'1llll2lt1C ability through tl1e study of classic 1 and 111ode1'11 drzlnia and tl1reu,':l1 tl1e staging ef pluys. Y . . - , . . 1 The club was organized 111 tl1e year 151143-11111. 111111113 the t11llmv111g: yeur an Eng- lish play. entitled "Lady Xvil1dPlllGl't"S 1f'z111." was given. This lirst 1b1'1ldilCfi0ll wus very successful and proved tn be un i11ce11tive te further uctivity. 1:2 This year the club has 119011 able to expand tl1e scepe ef its werk to include the study of stage setting, make-up, p1'epe1'ties, cestuming, zidvertising. :ind the study ef 1 plays. I'11der the direction ef l'r11f. Oliver the club has been uble te give il four-:ict play. entitled, "As il 312111 T'llillkS.u writteii by Augustus Tl1u111:1s. A 1111e--M-1 play, "The Kettle Sings," is leing studied for future 1ll'ESGl1t2lfiUll. But this is 21 recnrd of the past. X Growth ill tl1e future is even 1ll01'6 1ll'UlIliSill3I. '1 55 Much c1'edit for t11e success uf the work is due tn 1'ref. H. IC. Uliver, director of the 1111 club. His efforts and 9llfllUSi2lSll1 have l'een il snuree ef il1S1lil'Zlfi0ll to euch lllt'llllW1'. 111- li' . . . 1 1 dications are that 111 the tuture this o1'p:z1111z:1t1e11 will HSSUIIIP 11 larger phice 111 the hte lg of North-YVester11 students. 15 l .l 11. 11. 17? 11' 1 1? - 1 11 A ' 1 , , 1 , V 1 . l I by V V - 'Wi I l Page One Hundred Fifve ,...,,-. ,. 1-Q..-L 1 4 I E gn i fl i S iii if Q4 my M 5? M 1 SU wi Q! i , 'i ey W ,, ir W Q 5 x iw L SH .I ga H IN i I P- 1 M N yr 3 G 114 1, 1 M3 P 5 E U!! M W If 1 ls l xg Q3 W 5? H! iw Q1 H N il uf? 1 ev 4 4,1 VN L':.:::.::. . Page One Hundred Six 'IIIXKS '1 MAX AS .X -. th' A 'A ST v KNH - fi. 1 3 dx .H I yf X! . 0 1 f If - J N1 lf' Z? X X, Lf ---2 - ........-.,... .. ,..,.......,...q.,. QQ! 74 if n 'E K, lr 1, 2 E E 3 5 E Z1 Q 'Y 5: li F ? 5 5 A 5 4 5 2 W 5 U u- 4 Q. u 3 -E 5 H 'Z 5 fl I E E E Q E E ,.M,.Q.,,..h.,,.Q.,L,.,L., A .1..k.,.,..! -4 vu-2-s,.-Q--Q-A-Q-...,,,1,...,--I-1 -.... 1:1: -J: -f - 1 - 2113.151-gg Page One Hundrn1Sefuf11 S a 3-Xthlriir iliruirm 19211-1921 COACH H. T. SAXTON ln summing up a year's activities in athletics we generally look tirst to the number of games won and lost, and judge the year accordingly. However, we must not overlook the basic principles which underlie our whole athletic struc- ture and so must take into account the number of men participating, the mor- ale of the contestants and student body, and the general tone which character- ized our style of play. ln this article only a general view will be taken, the branches of athletics being treated separately in special write-ups for each activity. The year's review necessarily starts with the activities of last spring. Base- ball, track and tennis all received their share of attention and winning teams were produced. The call for baseball candidates brought forth a large squad, and, although a. large number of veterans were on hand, the tight for places went merrily on. A schedule of twelve games had been arranged, but weather conditions forced the cancellation of three of them. The team played good ball throughout the season, winning five and losing four games. In our track schedule we were more fortunate, winning all of our dual meets and ranking fourth in the state meet at Peoria. The inter-class meet brought out a large number of candidates and was hotly contested, being won by the Juniors. Several 11ew men came to the front and with a. team well balanced on the track events, but slightly weak in the field, Lake Forest, Chicago Y. M. C. A. College, Valparaiso U., and Beloit, were met and defeated. The team then went to the state meet and took fourth place. Tennis is always a popular collegiate game and affords opportunity for a. large number of men to take part. This year was no exception, and, though our varsity team was not as successful as in previous years, the matches were all hard fought and the enthusiasm intense. From the standpoint of games won and lost, the football season was 11ot as successful as that of the previous year, yet considering the adverse circumstances under which many of the games were played, the men must be commended for the spirit which they displayed. Winning the first two games only to lose the third against Valparaiso U., the team came back and battled Kalamazoo, the Michigan state champions, to a scoreless tie. We the11 lost to Chicago Y. M. C. A. College and Lake Forest by low scores, but brought the season to-a close by defeating our old rivals, Monmouth, by a decisive count. The season was marred by many minor injuries which forced men to the side-lines at critical stages of the playing. Page One Hundred Eight -1 ' COACH H. T. SAXTON Page One Hundred Nine Basketball 1S perl1aps the most pop11la1 sport at Yorth Western The gym 1138111111 was IH constant use from early 111or11111g u11t1l late at 111ght and no less tl1a11 o11e hund1ed Jlld tuenty men ue1e playing on iegularly organized teams In tl1e 111lQ1 class series a 11ew teature in as introduced by running a maqor d1 vision and a minor d1y1s1o11 In tl1e major d1V1S1011 tl1e Freshmen were vie lO11OUS X1 l11le tl1e bophomores carried off tl1e honors 111 tl1e 1111nor division There uas also an lllttl Class league a111o11g tl1e girls a TQdl11 being tuinished by the Acaduny and one each by tl1e Freshmen Sophomoi es a11d Juniors l'h1s series wx as also ix on by the bophomoies Phe basketball varsity played tl11o11gl1 a l1a1d schedule most ot tl1e ga1nes llelllg' O11 tht road 3IlLl, wx l11le suttei mg defeat 111 a slight maiority ot our games, 111 tl1e state tou11 ament though the team lldl dicapped by 1113111168 put up a splendid fight In conclusion ue might say that tl1ere 1S undoubtedly a giowing tendency fOXl31Cl ge11e1 al part1e1pat1o11 by tl1e student body and tl1e 1eal1zat1on that our system of HTlllQ'E1CS does not exist for the tayored ten So ue are looking for ward to that time wl1en every student shall be an active part1e1pant tor out of tl1e system material benefits mill be derived by tl1e individual only to be re fleeted in tl1e upwaid trend of the varsity tea111s mm I 1 A ly' 7 fn A ' 1' ' W l n u u 1 4 I q a n 1 1 1 1 - In 1 I K 3 a- x 1 W f ' q I . Y' ' ' I I 1 J 1 I I 1 'I ' V I I v. 5 V A1 1 7 3 . ' 1 - a ' I ' ' ' ' Q 1 7 ' ' the team was picked as 0116 of the eight best i11 the state. We were eliminated , . 1 la V 1 , fi A ... ' 1... Page One Hundred Ten EX1Gt'I'TIVlC COMMIT'1'EE UN A'1'HI,lf1'1'1t 'S Moyer Hilkm' R. Yillglillg Jr. Attig l'UilCl1 Saxton I'1'nf. Iltlllllll l"'th OFFIVERS UF A'l'I-II,lC'1'I4 ' ASSOCIATIONS 5170113 R. Xingliug H1-owlls. Hilker StUCktll1'Ellld. Lelzl Shruck Page One Hundred Elefven Page One Hundred Tfwelfve 1 l 1 l D lAl OQTBALL SQL F EJ Y Ie Ma11:1g:e1' 1. B 4 i111l e1'11fe ll H11 Allell. l. S011 Row! up l'uzlCh 1 4311 1'. Sz xt 110111114 11 K1 1C Weglwr, W llny, Miller. H. Scl1wa11'z, l'6S91'Vl-'S I . f'o:lCl1 I Yi11gli11g.: HV I L R ulll'fh :- L kr 71 - I 1' .- ,.... If ..-4 1 , , .- 5 9 .1 I 44 1 .. CJ F. 4 44 1 ..- 2. 11 FDL .- - --4 bl +. 1 p. ld 11 4-I fl rvw P-1 .1 - .4 .v 4-f .-4 HH P"4 bi - F- .4 .4 1 i :I .-. 4-4 .- CJ Zh -. H1 rf? 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Page One Hundred Thirteen f 'mf Lfhtakrthall ff' klill s T Ix RHUHY 1 iptun I ootlaill ' f iptun Bisletbill 1' '1 7 From the standpoint of games won and lost North Western emerges trom the 1920 1921 bas ketball season with a mediocre record However if we are to consider the conditions under which many ot the games were played the men must be commended tor their fight and determination and ot the schedule Three letter men Kluckhohn Bauernfelnd and Ritan remained from last years squad Noeren berg and Brown former reserve men Schneller a letter man of former years and Hill a bophomore completed the l1neup After two weeks of practice we met Illinois Wesleyan on our iloor and met de feat in a hard battle 18 14 Then came the holidays and two weeks without practice lwo days atter school opened we invaded Chicago and were beaten .37 17 by the Univeisity of Chicago This game was the start of seven hard games on the road Kalamazoo Normal won from us at Kalamazoo by the score ot .50 18 but the next night we defeated Holland Y 17 15 Phe team was crippled badly by the loss of Bauernteind who was unable to make the trip Returning we rested a day and then took on Valparaiso U on their floor and in one of the hardest tought games of the season we were beaten 14 13 Illinois Wesleyan repeated her victory scoring 20 to our 17 at Bloomington and the next week end we lost to Monmouth at Monmouth 27 17 and to Lombard at Galesburg 26 19 With a week s rest we played our first game since the holidays betore the home crowd and deteated Monmouth 20 19 The team seemed to have struck its stride in the Monmouth game with the result that we rapidly defeated Chicago Y M C A College at Chicago 25 22 Lake Forest 'tt Lake lforest .35 9 and the American College of Physical Education at Naperville 45 15 Having been selected as one of the eight teams to compete in the major d1v1s1on of the State tournament we journeyed to Decatur and met defeat in the opening round at the hands of Illinois Wesleyan by a 59 to 27 score In the second round Lombard emerged victorious by a 34 to 27 score H111 and Brown were both forced out of the tournament by 1nJur1es so the team was not in the best ot shape R turning to Naperville we met and defeated Lake Forest The outstanding figure ot the seasons play has been Captain Kluckhohn Quick to size up the attack, a hard fighter and covering the iloor in excellent style, he has led his team in a commendable way His loss by graduation will be keenly fe Bauernfeind, Schneller and Brown will also graduate They have played good basketball all season and their places will be hard to till Ritan, H111 and Noeren berg return to form the nucleus of next year's team Much credit 1S also due to Manager Wiedman for the efficient way in which he has tulhlled his duties T S .51 it -': ' H, ' 4 fI.i.': kj' , the spirit which brought victory in the last half , ,, ' . . , ,1 u . , - 'V ,, 6 1 . CH, 'Lu' ' C i - I - ' ' - 72 ' 1' " 2 LU!! ' ' .. fa z' za Q 1 .LJ-2.1 ' , - , i .L ' I l X ' . . . . 1 1 5 - . . e- lt, ' U 1 - vs., .. V . - Page Ona' Hundred Fourtfrn I Page One Hundred Fifteen Page One Hundred Sixteen 1 9 20 BAbEBALL VARbITY Ka ser Bauernte nd H GI' bchne btenger Wm Kraft Asst Mgr R tan Coach uckhohn Stan 6.0 ,D bteee Markus W Kraft Gronewad Nergarth GI' HH Ta. G erg B Hg tt ding:-F. K1 Q ' J, i 1 . .J, . , ' , ' ll , ' i , ill, i , A raham CCapt.J, C. Kluckhohn, Koten, R. Yinglin lMgr.J. Si i 1 , , ' 1 , , . , 1 , i . 1I.5EI5PhElll The baseball season of 1920 was a pleasing success, not only from the stand- point of games won perhaps but because of the fact that the men on the team were in the game for good clean sport and that the spirit shown throughout the entire season was one that would bring satisfaction to any student body. The season started out with a game with St. Viator on the Bourbonnais dia- mond. Although this game went against us our men learned from the start that it was necessary to pull together and they did not forget it for the rest of the season. Our second game was with Concordia College which put a generous and lasting amount of pep into our fellows. In the iirst game on our home diamond week-end North-Western entertained Y. M. L. A. College in a track meet and base- ball game and did her best to enterta'n them well. In neither event was there a chance for our guests to be bored by having nothing exciting presented to them. On the following week-end the team took a three-day trip, playing Monmouth, Augustana and bt. Ambrose one game being scheduled for each day. However, rain came on the way and spoiled the schedule for the iirst game, so it was necessary to play both Augustana and bt. Ambrose on the same afternoon. While this was almost a suicidal undertaking the fellows did it with a dauntless spirit and both games were very close. The following afternoon the team returned to Monmouth and shut out their nine helping themselves to everything that was dished up to them by the Monmouth pitcher. The final game of the season came after a lapse of a couple of weeks and after the ardor of the season had cooled somewhat. In this game Lake Forest managed to pay us for what we had given her earlier in the season. With commencement four of the regulars were graduated, but considerable material had been found among the new men and with the other varsity men back in the harness the 1921 season ought to prove to be even a greater success. The schedule for the entire season was as follows: Lake Forest went down to defeat as did Monmouth a week later. In the same 17 ' 24 P l l I l l N. W. C. V? Apr. -bt. Viator at Bourbonnais 3 E Apr. -Concordia at Oak Park . 6 M. May Lake Forest at Naperville. . . . . . 4 May Monmouth at Naperville . .. .. . 14 May Y. M. C. A. College ....... .. . 8 May Augustana at Rock Island 1 May St. Ambrose at Davenport 3 ll? May -Monmouth at Monmouth 3 li' May Lake Forest at Lake Forest. . . . . . 0 R. W. Y. 45, .1 4! Page One Hundred Seventeen l' Page One Hundrfd Eighteen 1 9 20 TRACK VARSITY gel' Wal- edman, Noerenberg, Za ,Wi 1C3,pt.J man, Brown 3.11 am, N h Fa Ab 1CoachJ, W. E. Jones, Rusk wr- O R GI' UDD ton fCoachJ rj. J. A. Schwab, J. H. Jones. Gatz. gf? LMana ngle n, Bi H121 ohn, Spong, Utz kh w:-Kluc O mR Botto Erark The season of 1920 found Track at last enter mg upon the role ot college athletlcs as a real major sport The early call tound about slxty men appearlng for practlce The regular Inter class Meet was held Aprll 16 wlth nity seven men entered by the four col the rule l1m1t1ng any one man to onlv live events bllver and bronze medals were awarded to wlnners of iirst and second place only one medal golng to any one man The Junlor Class took first place the benlor Class second and the sophomores thlrd The varslty squad ot Hfteen men was select RALPH DAVID BROWN ed from the pomt wmners and deflnlte trammg Captam Track 1920 for the valslty schedule was 1n1t1ated Captam 'Flack 1921 The Ilrst meet was at home on May 1st wlth Lake Forest the VICUH1 to the tune of 77 to 40 Wlth Y M L A College the team met a wortnler toe and agaln emerged v1cto1 by a 62 to 55 score On May 15th the team journeyed to Valparalso Ind and returned vlctor by a 71V to 49114 score On May 22nd nme of the most conslstent members ot the team were enter ed 1n the State Meet at Peorla and six ot them captured twenty seven po1nts tor N W C Owlng to inaccuracy 1n the clerk s records posltlons other than hrst place have not as yet been awarded although N W C has been notmed that she has been awarded one of the team shlelds for placlng among the mst tour teams 'lhere were twenty two schools represented Laptaln Brown w1th flrst m the 220 and fourth 1n the 100 yard dashes showed h1s ab1l1ty as a dash man Zager w1th second ln the low hurdles a dead heat ln the hlgh hurdles Qtymg the state record ot 165 and fourth 1n the Javelm was our hlgh polnt wlnner bpong showed h1s class as a dlstance man by taklng second place ln both the mlle and the two mlle Wled mans new mustache enabled hlm to take second ln the shotput Abraham and W E Jones placed thlrd and tourth respectlvely 1n the halt m11e The last meet was wlth Belolt on May 28th and a last mmute rally 1n the lelay brought home a 60 to 57 vxctory endlng the season w1th a pertect track record The loss of Zager Abraham and Nauman by graduatlon IS a severe blow but the prospects for the season of 1921 are brlght w1th Laptam Brown and Spong back to form a nucleus around WhlCh to bulld a team trom old NI men and the new materlal from the Freshman Class The followmg records were added to N W L s track roll ot honor One hundred and twenty yald hxgh hurdles H ll 91 14, ftles stltt ltjfllllll Javelln H Zager, 146 ft 8 lnches One mlle relay H Zager, Gatz, J A Schwab and R Brown, 3 53 A C W 'IAQ Ha, ' 1 v A 5 jg. .1 Q' 'ian' 'V jab' I - will 9 ' lege classes. The interest was partially aided by 78" v , 1 's . 2 . , - . . t . . Y Y D I b - , . 7 . . . H , . v ' I 1 I ' ' ' ll ' I All YY . 1 Y ' . Page One Hundred A zneteerz Pagz' Onf Ilznzdrfd Tfuvnly StaulTer. L. Weinert Ester, Schneller, an, cl m G Wi feind, STH all B Hill, ber, ng, U O SD Back Row - J. nes, P. Jo inger. W. E. SS Di htle, SC er, Ma S Il Ste rth, Ba aiser, ach, Kluckhohn, K b GH Boll berger III Bo W:- Ro Middle Hacklander. ab. hw SC J. A. J. SSI1 Alh. A lSec. lm 0l'I D rof P Pres.J l WH P0 B Saxton, COEICH Row:-Ritan, t Fron 1920 TENNIS, VARb1TY Grantman Utzinger tMgrJ Welssinger ' P10115 Judging from the number that participate in the love-game tennis may well be said to be one of the most popular sports at North-Western. More stu- dents play tennis than any other one game ln tair weather there are well nigh a thousand per week who iind time to get this valuable recreation. Due to an unusually wet bpring it was rather dlfhcult to carry out the plans tor the season ot 1920 but in spite ot that two tournaments tone for the co-eds and one for the menj were held Much enthusiasm was shown in these tourna- ments The men who were chosen trom the above tournament to represent the col- lege in inter collegiate tennis were Grantman Weissinger Rice and Markus. Con- Sldellflg that every man was new at inter collegiate tennis the season was quite Weissinger Rice and Markus tought tor North Western and one at Lake Forest in which Grantman and Weissinger played both doubles and singles. Last fall the enthusiasm tor tennis continued The honors of the fall tourna- ment went to Melvin bimonsen ZZ With the completion of some of the improve- ments that have been begun on the courts and grounds the coming season should be the biggest ever As only one oi last years varsity men is back no pre- diction regarding the success of inter collegiate tennis can be made' but consid- ering the ability which manifests itselt on the courts we look forward to a good season M. D. O. , D , , . ' f . - I ' ' ! ' - 7 7 successful. There were three matches-two with Wheaton in which Grantman, 9 r ' ' ' 1 - 1- sac ' ' ' 7 SK ' 77 ' Y l 4 A I I I I i r Q lt If 1, r V Page One Hundred Twenty-one gf Page One Hundred Tfwenly-tfwo li! sw , s 1 1 4? W :Ml mi 5 fi V Y P Y Wt, L Ey' ry U wi KE: 'E W7 V .U 14 i' H11 ti' .HQ firm ll 14" M Mg ' 1 1 W , 1 I wt 1'3- l. f HW "N ,ix yu gl ,i- 1.x ! H U1 V1 ,w- .1 + im xi., u M l, M W Page One Hundred Tfwfnty-tlzree Page One' Hundred Tfwenty-four 1 Nil f ,P 5 F , w il Q: fl i Q E 2 ' L ! gi lv I Ei W s E 'I w E V L P i l Y i I 1 11 1 Q4 i ie! if .5 'E H ZQL W F2 in -4 gr M .1,g. Fig l fa J il' PM Sli if 15 fy M ry. '5 W QW 'ln in , Q5 ii E E ', 1 V 1 51 ' J i EH ii, ii gif ag 4 hw 1 1 l 'W-I P f I r l l I I i i . I ACADEMY VARSITY Kluckliohn lCoachJ, Kuechel, Allen, H. Meyer, Dcmm 1Mgr.l Clingman, Schwarz, Moy tCapt.3, VVriglit Arnhmng Qiaakvlhall Basketball is one of the many sports at North-Western Academy and is considered one of the best. During the year 1920-1921 this sport again held the most prominent place among the athletics of the academy. . Prospects for the year were not the brightest because of the graduation of 1 several of our regulars, yet, when the whistle for recruits was sounded, some splend'd material turned out. From these candidates Charles Kluckhohn, our able coach, produced a team that has been of credit to our school. During the entire season team-work was emphasized resulting in a machine that worked smoothly without being dependent upon any one man. Captain Moy, who starred in his forward position, was always to be depended upon and was an indispensible asset to the team. Kuechel, the center from California, proved the star of the season with his point-caging abilities. Schwarz. our fast little guard, proved his worth at the position of running guard, breaking up the plays of our opponents. 'Tiny' Allen, playing the position of standing guard, played his part very efiiciently, always getting his 'paws' in the way and hindering the opponents from making the necessary quota of points. Clingman, playing the other forward position, was always on the job, doing his bit when the opportunity presented itself. The substitutes, Meyer and W1'iglit, always did consistent work tl whenever called upon. Manager Domm succeeded in arranging one of the best schedules the academy has had for many years, scheduling games with schools li of equal or superior calibre. That our team was entitled to this heavy schedule i is proven by the following results: Opponents N. VV. A. i Dundee H. S. . ..18 17 Lake Forest Academy ..27 22 Aurora College ..... . .10 40 Loyola Academy ..... . . .19 18 ' Joliet College ...... . .13 17 Loyola Academy . . .. . 8 17 i Mt. Pleasant College .. 8 21 Aurora Academy ....... 22 34 Lake Forest Academy ..37 15 Mt. Pleasant College .12 23 .5 M. D. fl s l '71 he-e5a4..n1.f::-.avgng-'21-dr-rf Page One Hundred Tfwfnly-f1'fc'e 1, 1 1 CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNERS H. Schwab, Hacklander, Spittler, Finkbeiner Gabel, Nansen, Spong lCapt.J. Zietlow, Newhall I 1 Page' One Hundred Tfwcnly-.fix SEMINARY TENNIS TEAM Smith, Geil. Laubenstein, Diekvoss fMgr.J 41 SEMINARY BASKETBALL TEAM Geil lCapt.l, Thomas, Podoll, Draeger, Diekvoss fMgr.J Trapp, Smith, Jones, Bender Swminarg Eaakrlhall Although E. T. S. this season did not repeat her feat of the past five years and win the Inter-Seminary championship, her team made a very creditable show- ing. Positions left vacant by Thede, Schneider and Schramm of last year's cham- pionship team had to be filled by new men. Then, just as the season was well under way, Geil and Diekvoss, both of last year's team, were eliminated by illness: consequently, an entirely new machine had to be built up with only two of last season's men as a nucleus. The season was marked by an increased interest in athletics on the part of the students, due in part to the large increase in the size of the student body. There were always plenty of loyal "scrubs" on hand to give the varsity a good work- out. Smith and Draeger, who have played good basketball all season, will gradu- ate this year. but a splendid nucleus for next year's team will be left in the per- sons of Trapp and Thomas-super-guards-Podoll, center, and Jones, forward. These, together with a large number of students from North-Western College promised for next season, ought to produce a championship team. Following is the season's schedule with scores: E. T. S. 163 points Visitors 192 points. 26 .............. vs Chicago Divinity .... ............. 8 11. . . ..... vs Chicago Theological . . . . . . . . . . .16 30 .... .... v s Lutheran Divinity . . . . . .14 11 .... .... v s McCormick ...... . . .42 5. . . .... vs Garrett Biblical . . . .. .19 18. . .... vs Chicago Divinity ... . . .14 18 .... .... v s Chicago Theological . . . . .12 14 .... .... v s McCormick ........ . . .39 16. . .... vs Lutheran Divinity . . . . . .10 14 .... .... v s Garrett Biblical . . . . .18 R. D. IY, ' W., , r Page One Hundred Tfuenty se-ven w X 4 Page One Hundred Tfwenty-eight 7 E p, 1 v Y 1 I I 1 2 gl 3 S ,E 2 N , U b s 5 H 1. l ii Y 3 1 1 ii 4, P F V1 5 5? if H f I L :J :U if .4-vw-fw gnmxq-1-.N 41:.u.u:: :.. ,-x, r.-..-L-.a,.v,-...1..--...g.:...,....:1+fl ! Page One Ilwzdrfa' Tfwmty-niize M :lx in Erhatr In the past hfteen years North Western Lollege has establlshed for herselt a most envlable record ln debate The year 1920 1921 has been characterlzed by a greater lnterest 111 debate than ever before Wlth the heavlest debatlng schedule the school has ever adopted the mterest throughout the season has been great Thls year the schedule conslsted ot three Inter LOl16g13tG trlangles and a slngle debate North Western has adopted a system of tralnlng that has proven very eiflclent 111 developmg varslty mater1al The SIX llterary socletxes before the Chrlstmas hol1 davs hold a seues ot debates upon a varslty questlon to declde the soc1ety cham plonshlp The wlnner ot these contests has the honor ot havlng 1tS soc1ety name ll1SCl1b9d upon a cup provlded for thus purpose Atter the Lhrlstmas nolldays classes ln debate semlnar for both men and women are organlzed Those stu dents who enroll ln these classes recelve two hours of credlt tor thexr work From these classes are chosen those who w1ll represent the college ln the Inter Lolleglate debates These classes work under the lIlStI'l1Ct101'1 of a board of coaches whlch IS composed of five members ot the faculty The first Inter Colleglate meets of th1s year were the trlangular debates Wlth Rlpon and Monmouth Colleges Under the slngle Judge system Wh1Ch was em ployed 1n these debates North Western lost both contests The second serles ot Inter Colleglate contests were the trlangular debates wlth Coe Lollege and Hamllne LTIIIVGTSIIY Each of the three schools concerned 1n th1s trlangle won ltS home contest by a 2 1 declslon Therefore the wmner of the trlangle was declded by addlng the percentages glven each school by the Judges North Western had the hlghGSt total and was declared the wlnner of the tr1ang1e At the tlme of th1s wr1t1ng the slngle debate wlth Denver Unxverslty and the women s trlangular debates wlth Parsons Lollege and Monmouth Lollege have not taken place Last year was the flrst t1me that North Western ever engaged 1n a Women s Inter Colleglate debate The mterest shown by the women of the college 1n th1s debate was so great that the Forenslc League thought lt acivlsable to form the W men s Inter Colleglate trlangle of th1s year If the value of a debatmg schedule were determmed entlrely by the number of debates won North Western would not have rece1ved such a great amount of beneht thls year However 1n Splte of the fact that she has not won all of her debates she may be proud of her record tol 1n every contest her debaters d1d very credltable work The coaches have adopted a plan ot ut1l1z1ng a larger number ot debaters thus developlng vars1ty materlal for tuture years Of the nlne men who partlclpated ln varslty debates thls year only two are senlors Wlth seven varslty debaters returnmg the prospects for next vear are very brlght For the splendld debate work that has been done th1s year much credlt IS due the board of coaches The faculty members who make up th1s board are Dr At tlg Lleut Jarman Prof Hemmlller Prof Ollver and Prof H1m1nel ' . - N - - . , A l ' ' . N ' ' ' , , , - ,l , . - . '. . . . 1 . - . ' s 9 - ' . . - , . . , . - r - x - - . . . W . , T . , J . v - ' 1 1 , . . . 1 . , - . . . , - . . , I . . . . . Y 1 , . . v - M I s . ' , . , . , . , . . Page One Hundred Thirty FORENbIL BOARD OF LONIKOL Grenzebach W E Jones Hrlker Prot Olrver btehr Haumersen 'hr illnrvnmr ifwagur Forensrc actrvrtres at North Western College are carried on through the or ganrzatron known as the Forensrc League All college students become members of this league bv pavrng a nominal tee at therr enrollment each semester The pres dent vrce president secretarv treasurer manager of oratory and the manager of debate are the student ortrcers of the League Fhese wrth the professor ot Pub lre Speakrng COIlSt1tllt6 the Forens c Board ot Lontrol The Board of Lontrol plans the farensrc pregrrrn of the year and supervises the finances of all forensic actrvrtres rs located the offrce ot the Professor of Public bpeakrng and also a debate lrbrary for the use of debaters and orators Posslhlx no room rn the college burldrng rs used more during the debating season than rs this Forensic Room This League IS a growlng organ zatron As the enrollment ct the college rn creases and more finances are available a more extensive torensrc program IS ar ranged The new actrvrtres added this Vear were North Western s partrcrpatron tor the first time rn the Illrnors Inter Lollegrate Oratorrcal Lontest and a womens rnter collegrate debate trrangle Much credit must be grven to Prof Guy Eugene Olrxer head of the Publrc Speaking Department and coach of debate tor the growth ot torensrcs at North Western College Under hrs effrcrent drrectron debate and oratory have been greatly stimulated among the students of the college l 1 l l ill ,r 4 , I w 1 w rw R , I . . Q4 . . . ' , v lx 7 ' 1 ' Y 1 L l Nl y r nr . 9 4 '42 ll . . , . b . V ii J - Y T s N 1 lu i v - 1 .' 'sf ' 1 w y r , . . x . - 1 V L 4 W . ' , ' . . - , , Q C . lr l . ii A special room, the Forensic Room, is provided by the college. ln this room f . . . . , . , - ' TI, . it . . . , . i . . - 5-l In V- L , . - - - . , - .- . . . . v - , ' . . . . , wg ' . . . . , ' . I . 15 - 1 , v :1 . . ' . A ' fl - , r 1 1 I . . , . .Y , . lil . , - . y . . . , . , - H ,ll . V . 4 ' lll rl rl ' ' 'iz 1 1 i:x f" Page Om' Hundred Thirty-0 71 E .7-Xliirnmituv Gram Agatnni Qimnn G H ORIAINS Captaln R A STAUSS C E PARR Tr1a11gu1ar Debate hetw een North Westerll Rlpon and Monmouth Pebru Tuan le vxon bv Monmouth Questlon Resohed That European Imm1grat1on should be further re stmcttd Nvgutunv Efrann Agmnat flllnnmnuth I D STFHR, Captaln M SIMONSEN C O BICKEL o o 9' Q Y . .AN 7 - . W X . , , A ,, , A , 7 , , 1 ary 11, 1921. ' 5 , , f! , , ,' A , ' . . A . . . . Page One Hundred Tlziriy-taco Affirmative Gram Agmnnt Glue H L ORIANS Captaln O G GRENZEBACH C E PARR Trlan ular Debate between North Westeln Coe and Hau1l111e Un1vers1ty March 19 1921 Tmangle won by North W6St6T11 Quest1o11 Resolved That European IlH1111gI'iit1011 111to the Umted States should be prohllnted by law for a perlod of two years Nvgatmv Gram Against :l-Iamlmv 15 C O BICKEL Captain C H FAUST A L HAFENRICHTER O O . . . , . . . . . 1 . . . 0- - -. . ra ' V ' ' a ' f ' ' 1 .L , . . Y ' f 1 I f 1 . Q Q ' C ' o . . , . . . . Page One Hundred Thirty-three ei -1 :un l . , - 4 -r - Aftiinneihuv weaun Against Benner 15. I l Debate held April 6, 1921. Won by N. W. C. 3-O. Question: Resolved, That the Japanese should be excluded from the United States on the same basis as the Chinese. Q - 9 Nvgatuw Zilvam Agmnat Iiarann a Glnllvgv FRIEDA MILLER MILDRED MOYER VERNA BERGER Debate held May 7, 1920. Won by N. VV. C. Question: Resolved, That Organized Labor is Justified in Demanding the Closed Shop. Page One Hundred Thirty-four Gbratnrg at N M Oratory' Too frequently when It IS referred to the student turns h1s head and says Not for me that IS too dry Have you ever stopped to thlnk that oratory IS Just what you make It lnterestlng or not? Throughout the year varlous opportun1t1es were presented for those possess1ng orator1ca1 ablllty The serles of annual oratorlcal contests was lntroduced by a competltlve try out to determlne who was to represent North Western 1n the Ill1no1s Inter Colleglate contest held here 1n November In th1s contest Ill1no1s Wesleyan took first place and Clarence Parr our representatlve captured second The varlous other contests occurrlng were the Men s and Women s Inter boclety contests for the Dr Good prlzes captured respectlvely by G H Orlans and Gladys Newton the Proh1b1t1on contest won by Wm C F Hayes and the Heatherton contests for the Goodwln prlzes awarded to Edlth Smlth and Vlctor Peterson these belng contests ln whlch only Freshmen may compete Thus we see that ample opportunlty IS glven to all for tra1n1ng 1n th1s 1m portant forenslc ac1t1v1ty The opportunlty 1S presented and lt IS up to the 1nd1v1dual to take advantage of It Qulte true all cannot take part 1n these events but all can boost for and encourage those who ale w1ll1ng to put thelr tlme and effort 1nto th1s phase of forenslcs If we can let us get 1nto one or more of these contests It we cannot let us boost for the other fellow LDH O O 0 u , . . . , . ll ' ,I ' Y Y ' 7 I ' . , , . . 1 . . . I G i 1 9 F ' . ' . f ' - Y , ' I ' ' - v Page One Hundred Thzrty fue -1 - ..-,Lass-:J f--1-- - SOPHOMORE GIRL DEBATING SQUAD Trapp, Browns tCoachJ, Rieke Garbo, H. Zimmermann, E. Smith, Krukow 'Ilvhate held April 30, 1921. WO11 by Sophomuores. Question: 1l,l'NOI'l'C"fi, That the Federal Goveriuueut should establish a sys tem of lI1dllSf.l'l2ll Education for the Negroes in the South. FRESHMAN GIRL DEBATING SQUAD VVeinert, Platz, Sipple, Paulin Procknow, Moyer tCoachj. Kiess "' ' -' A ---'- -ff - ff ffnvu-sm Page One Hundrrd Thirty-six ,Y H... .,.,.... ....,,1... 1-3.11 ,V 3 ,.gg.-, 1.::,-Lggg.-x ' f - -: --:. A:-fzf: . , . . ,:-..- ,- .--- ...- . L-:.:.Lr 1:14-:gel-.--1 .zriz-,Ti-' - --' - '-- -r-'Y Y' ' if 1 ll K: l 4 l 1 u 1 1 ei . is r I L V ,,,2 Y V il jf eV fl il lil 5 ei 1 E Q w le i li il 'll li gl li 5 lf, if l 1 2 l gi 5 1 51 QI, SOPHOMORE MEN DEBATERS ii Faust, Nansen, Bickel, Stehr fCoachj Debate held April 21, 1921. VVon by Sophomores. ,, 1, in Question R11'.s0Z1'r"fl, That compulsory iiitramural athletics should replace ii iiiter-collegiate athletics. L 3.1 1 il .1 fi 1 E, 9 sv E, Ui 'l E l i il Q il :E . 53 5' X 4 il -ll 4: l l l an fl IPP' 'Q M E151 5 1:1 ! ' lil fa . in , ll r 1 l 1 5 .El gif A E lj FRESHMAN MEN DEBATERS lvl Lahr, G. H. Orians lCoachJ, Eurich, Newhall il 2. v l I lj 2. 11 v di . ' ---519.3 !..-,' i ' . ' i-.1,1 .:,4,-4g--,4,.,.., ' '-HJ'-F--' again!!-13.--, 1 , J-KL.---:Yi-v-.ff-1151: J, a 7 ' ' 7 ' , ??:'t1'?t,'T:'if W NW' Page One Hundred Thirty-sefven i Zlnivr-Svnririg Evhatva The value of any activity to a college must be measured by the number of persons who can participate in it, thus enlarging the number who gain the desired development. Debate is by no means limited to a select few. Under the inter- society plan four speakers from each society represent their societies in debates. The fact that iorty-three persons tried out for debate teams is evidence of the interest which was taken in debate this year. The societies were arranged in two triangular meets-Zeta Sophean, Pallenian and Neotrophean comprised the iirstg Sigma Alpha Tau, Kappa Pi Nu, and Sigma Delta Phi the second. The preliminary debates were held in the various societies on December 6. Zeta Sophean was undisputed winner in the first triangleg in the second triangle each team received a 2 to 1 decision. Sigma Alpha Tau was awarded first place on the basis of percentage. The most interesting time came on the evening of December 18th when the teams of the two winning societies met in the Trophy Debate. The question as debated in the preliminaries was again used: "Resolved, That European immigra- tion should be further restricted." Sigma Alpha Tau was represented by Howard Orians, Roy Long, Clarence Parr and Webster Laubenstein. Zeta Sophean was rep- resented by Irvin Stehr, Clarence Faust, Harold Eigenbrodt and Karl Krell. The decision was 2 to 1 in favor of Zeta Sophean whose name accordingly went on the trophy cup for the second time. 1 W. E. J. ."F f' 5 . 1 V f - S Y v , A , Q i 1-, 4 . X . ,. THE WAY TO LEARN HOW Page One Hundred Thirty-eight TH lg, ,lx ,qi Jig, 21 ll M L, J. W, .I , .T 1 Z ,. ., 13 J ,1 V V' ' , , ln H 4,1 wi , 21 AN ,I Ii A 221 A 14 'T gg s mi R 4 nk F SA A' N J A A ,1 1, y X, i X E tx 1, , ml I i 5, -X, ' 1: E41 3 V' g, .y H ' il in v L ,fr ' u ls ' K ,. ,A . . se , Q1 5 Si LI M if 'A Q H VN -I t, 4 fa . X v gs? Hi I ff A Q EQ1 1 EM . ii' Us A 'i maj ZETA SOPHEAN DEBATERS Faust, Eigenbrodt, Stehr, Krell SIGMA ALPHA TAU DEBATERS Howard Orians Laubensteiv Parr Long 'l L- YA- ,Af-:le-:::f'--A H 'uv'-'--my :-55"-"-" 'T , ,, , ,, Ni?" ' ' ly- .-ff,--. 4-,.w:......1...-..-.-4... --...M Y-:....A f,- , A , "W ' "W ' ' Page One Hundred Thirty-nine 'O OFFICERS OF THE ACADEMY OHATOFALAL Abb0LIATION Mever Porterfleld bchnlttker Moy Arahvmg G9rutnr1ral Anznrmttnn The purpose of the Academy Oratorlcal Assoclatlon IS to develop the talent ot the students of the Academy for publlc work ln the l1nes ot debate olatorv and declamatlon Debate and oratorlcal contests are held among the tour Academy classes and lead finally to the best speakers belng chosen to represent the Academy 1n Inter Academlc contests Prlzes are offered ln the varlous contests to encourage th1s kmd of development The bcheele Prlze of ten dollars IS glven to the Wmners ot the Jumor benlor Academy debate The Elgln PFIZG of ten dollars SIX and four tor first and second places respectlvely IS offered for the oratorlcal contest A prlze of five dollars three and two tor iirst and second places respectlvely IS oltered for the declamatory contest by the Academy Alumnl Laconlan bocrety also ofters two prlzes one each tor oratolv and declamatlon for those who talled to W1n prrzes 1n the other contests and those who respectlve classes Much credlt must be glven MISS Marv ln the ASSOC13t1OH and who gnes a great GXGTCISGS before they are rendered and m weaknesses bhe also trles to prepare the classes falled to wln out 1n representlng thelr b Bucks who takes a SDGCIRI lnterest deal ot her tlme 1n lookmg over the showlng the 1nd1v1dual students thexr students for thrs klnd of Work ln her Any Academy student who IS at all lnterested ln publ1c speakmg wlll Hnd ln the Academy Oratorlcal Assoclatlon an opportunlty for selt development HBM Y 4 . l , I 1 1 l Y xi Y ' VW Y . ' I 1 1, X 6 O 0 l Y . . . . ,L W 1 . 5 nf! X V ' ' 1 X, . . ll . . . . . . ' v- Q . . . . . 1 . , . . . . . , . N , , 7 ' 1 . . u . . .. 5 ' Y NW. . . , . . 1 . ' . . -1 ' ' . - ' 3 - f . 1 ax . . . . . . . ' so ll ' ' g . . . , . . 5 ' 1 l X , 1 - . u , . I Page One' Hundred Forty ACADEMY VARSITY DEBATERS Ghainer, Wright, Rusch, Moy, Bernhardt Haumersen tCoachJ, Howey, Knoche lCoachJ Arahrmg Bvhaiv Debate has always held a prominent place in the forensic activities of the Academy. Debates are first held between the Junior and Senior classes from which teams the Inter-Academic debaters are chosen. Then follows a debate between the Sophomore and Freshmen classes. For the past two years debate classes have been conducted for the two upper classes which meet regularly under the direction of a coach for each section. A half-credit is allowed for this work to those who keep up the effort during the whole course and do satisfactory work. This makes debate worth while from that standpoint as well as because of the experience derived from it. Efforts are being made to increase the efficiency of the debating system in the Academy. Professor Oliver, head of the Public Speaking Department of the Col- lege, is trying to arrange for a stronger course in debate which will be a special benefit for those who wish to continue forensic work in the college. A movement is also under way in the Oratorical Association to give an opportunity for more students to take part in debate, which will be an asset to an ever-increasing student body. For the past two years the Academy has been meeting in friendly contest with Pleasant View Luther College of Ottawa, Illinois. Some of the advantages of Academy debate are that much material is avail- able which is used for the college contestsg also the opportunity of hearing the college contests and the privilege of associating with the college debaters. H. B. M. 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A.GOLDSPOHN Practice devoted chiefly to Dis- Photographer eases of Women and Ab- AURORA ILLINOIS dcminal Surgery. Yours for Better Hours: 2'4 P' M' PHOTCGRAPHY Oflice: 220 Cleveland Ave. Corner Fox and Broadway Chicag0, 111. Boecker Brothers The Students Haberdashery 73 Washington Street The Model Variety Store Headquarters for Stationery, Notions and Fancy Articles Pure Fresh Candies of all kinds Students are assured of courteous treatment 29 Jefferson St. E. A. Kelllig, Prop. Page One Hundred Fzfty nzne 17 Special Prices Given N. W. C. Students Staff Photographer for the Spectrum and College Chronicle C. H. CDRETKE The College Photographer The Maker of Quality Photos Kodak Printing and Developing Eastman Films and Kodak Supplies Studio Corner Washington and jefferson Streets N APERVILLE, ILLINOIS 0 H ddSy CHARLES W SEAGER NAPERVILLE PHONE Proprietor 123-J T HE CRAFTSMAN PRESS Fine Stationery 104- Sleight Street NAPERVILLE, ILL. LADIES AUXILIARY Distinctive Printing A First Evangelical Church BANQUETS DINNERS LUNCHEGNS College Banquets Gur Specialty MRS. SCHAEFER, President MRS. MANSHARDT, Secretary MRS. WICKS. Treasurer PagrOnfII J 18 ly Housmg Problem Solved for Home Provlder and Home Maker' The Bed for a Room When There 1S No Room for a Bed' Look for the name KROEHLER on the steel bed frame 1n any furmture store KRGEHLER MFG CO Naperv111e I11 Kankakee Ill Bmghampton N Y Stratford Ont Can C o 0 ,M o - ' b 1 -R i 2 , 9 L N., 'J cc as 0 0 9 ' ' 1 ' , . . , ., . H dS' ty-I When in need of anything in the line of- Dry Goods Notions Novelties Ribbon Hosiery Corsets and Brassieres Underwear Ready-to-Wear YOU WILL FIND IT HERE Dependable Merchandise at Reasonable Prices STARK'S STORE, NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS MRS. Jos. BABST joseph A. Reuss Baker and Grocer LAWYER Finest and Best of Bakery Goods on hand and Made Phone No. 2 Naperville to Order William H. Friedrich Phone 42 Russell W. Keeney Washington St., Naperville, Ill. College Book Store HEADQUARTERS FOR Books, Stationery, Athletic Goods, College Jewelry, Toilet Articles, Ansco Cameras and Photo Supplies, Felt and Leather Pillows and Skins, Hershey's, and Waterrnan's Ideal Fountain Pens EVERYTHING THE STUDENT NEEDS Twinplex Stroppers for Gillette Blades Our Prices are Always Right F. W. UMBREIT, Manager O. S. EBY, Asst. Manager Page One Hundred Six! , , ,,,, - .. ,Q Ye. Ig,-Zi-,424-I . ,-lr ... Q2 '.llITZl -T'.' -"-'Z' L.i:.:Liv'll"i""L M . 31 ig 4 T3 A call again. to the desire if W M N ze' M F -A lxw li x Fi , J' J e W P m it .5 ' v i, , X W . ith 5' 7 x :E " 3 U mg ff 3 l In , , F1 , , ri 1 ': ll ' ' v CHI' X K if 8 gl 5 f ' Q' gi he g. H A rf. , V p M M L 4 Z W F W: S 4" Q32 f' N O P ' if 4-1 cu I els 1 ,, w il ..-1 Y- .Q 5 3 W' erchan se A v mean anoth IT! t SLICK P' .-1 O O M 9 Q' 1 O 1 1 is g' STORE m 85 1. i li will y w i ble S I5 ll r . for dependa Knowin THE , IW! 1 9 s '91 fl ! Y, 1 1 ' Ee U Z s H ee Q 4 W 2 A and the place E JA s r V, ,I W , 3 5 students er of the C OIT1 'r w f M ,wr 'v M nl Y. 4 . ' A V 1 ' J ni- -G 4 0 , 5 . 5 I P V 5, 2, fn Page One Hundred Sixty-four Established 1886 REUSS STATE BANK Naperville, Illinois Capital - S100,000.00 Surplus - S 25,000.00 TELEPHONE RANDOLPH 4444 DR., R. H. GOOD Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Room 1109, 25 E. Washington St. or 24 N. Wabash Ave. Hours: 9 A. M. to 12:30 P. M. CHICAGO, ILL. Chas. Rippherger Co. Printing of All kinds INSURANCE Posters, Jlfiottoes REAL ESTATE 85 LOANS and SigfnS INVESTMENTS Melvin D. Schmidt Rippbefgef Bldg- Elgin, 111- Staff Artist for Spectrum DON'T FORGET- -SAFETY FIRST There is no safer protection than I will give you in Life, Accident, Liability, Fire, Tor- nado and Lightning Insurance, T ll E TEA GREAT A Q P CUMPANY Chain of 4800 Stores R. W. Gibbs, Manager Special Attention to College Clubs. Where Your Dol- lar Buys the Most JOHN RICE I 45 Washington St. 34 Main Street Phone 231-J Naperville, Illinois Charles L. Schwartz C. E. H E Y D O N Bakery and Grocery LUMBER and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES ALL KINDS OF , Baked Goods Fresh Daily Naperville Illinois 19 Jefferson Avenue Page One Hundre d Sixty-Jim Kmg Ham1lton Co OTTAWA ILL U S A it X, I-l ug? ll fl, M X r, gn F ', H aaaila w G FACTORY OTTAWA ILL Manufacturers of the Celebrated L1ne of Ottawa Power Cylmder Corn Shellers and Gram Elevatois 1n Wood and Steel Type Also Ins1de Bucket Elevators of Sevel al Types aan: , JZ Z 3fQ JE3nnnPP mf'FP"f'1n1e:rf W l' lX HWLWHE ER Q Gai ,Q w H 4' lx iill EE F Wffgf W , E asa g I gf-TIE f f Q t 12' imma-miiuu will l I-'Nr ERANCH HOUSE COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA ED R CLAUS Secy Treas A LEDRICH Cashxer C FRED CLAUS, General Sales Manager - Q 0 0 O s '9 ' ' ' :fi-,Q -Ff a: " 1 " Q UWT I ,Q SEI: 'iw-' if :af f " , , ' Y 5.-2' a ' f'fl32 ii' f I V ' U ':"'Tiff I ' -:?'i" "" 'IT' H ' 1 1 .?e. f Rl H" . 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Page Onf Hznzdrfd Sixty-.fix Northwestern College Deposrtory The First National Bank of Naperville ORGANIZED IN 1891 Capital and Surplus S125 000 00 Thrrty Years of Successful Bank1ng OFFICERS e sd Wat M G le Cahe DIRECTORS CB E aE Mlle NW Fac Gange lv Stk nGdhN Jo ASh dt HHR NWC BERT WILSON Students' Sweet Shop CANDIES ICE CREAM F RUITS Exclusive Agency for Martha Washmgton Candies Use Our Dining Room for Your Parties Lunches HOME OF NORTH WESTERN CLUB 193 CENTER STREET NAPERVILLE, ILL. O O O , o Francis Granger - - Presid nt Irving Goodrich - - Vice-Pre i ent l er . iv r - - - s i r Elbert H. Kailer - Assistant Cashier B. . eckman zr . i r, . . C., '96 r n is r r Ca in ec Irvi g oo ric , .W. C., '81 hn . c mi . . assweiler, . . . '68 - Page One Hundred Sixty WALTER M MIGELY M D NAPERVILLE ILLINDIS THE VALUE OF A cn P1 Fl U1 F1 P1 F 5 fn '53 5 UQ 2. 2. 5 III! .izfhlbfrt r-- r X M5191 t nf 6 Q , fu 1 ff -, rw , ,ssgpi 5' , i , 5V S, wr rf, j?svm:.: I I wiwiagt M I 51 My ' I QL, Mijn? I if A 5 G g5gQsg1is!.1g . A me N391 -1531? W2 I V5 ,.Q4fW"" O W Awww.. 'MGSAQQHWQ If... -Q'- :1 FQ? " if MWF? 'QGV7 Is best known to the people usmg lt and they are the boosters for t If your dealer do s not sell lt Wflte to CREAM CITY BEDDING CO MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN Page One un re zxly ezgzt Fred R. Kluckhohn COAL and COKE Delivered to You in Our White Truck PHONE 40 CENTER STREET CLOTHES Made to Your Measure Costs no more than ready made when your order is placed with us. Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Repairing We call for and deliver your packages at your request. We guarantee to satisfy you. E. O. Rife 85 Son Phone 240-M 10 E. Jefferson Ave. NAPERVILLE - ILLINOIS W. H. RITZERT Sand and Gravel General Hauling Excavating Phones: Residence, 88-M. Gravel Pit, 142 W-2 135 North St., Naperville, Ill. BROEKER 8: SPIEGLER Leaders in General Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, and Fancy and Staple Groceries NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS Page Om' Hun e Oak Park Trust and Savings Bank 101 Marion Street OAK PARK, ILLINOIS The Oldest and Largest Bank in Oak Park Member of the Federal Reserve System An Afhliated Member of the Chicago Clearing House Association OFFICERS Henry W. Austin - - - President Geo. R. Hemingway - - Vice-President Paul E. Zimmerman - Vice-President and Cashier N. Ganson - - Assistant Cashier Fred R. Johns - - Assistant Cashier Robert F. Witt - Manager Savings Department , Combined Resources S3,239,64l.06 Young Men's Christian Assn. Of Naperville, 111- V ' 7 s "A All ofthe Privileges A . ' ' of a Modern City ' ' ' Association Shower Baths Swimming Pool Bowling Alleys Gymnasium Tennis Courts "You Are Always Welcome at the KY? H A Center of Fellowship - An Opportunity of Service I g H 1redSef'Uenly Wm. C. Hiltenbrand DEALER IN DR. A. B. SLICK DENTIST Dry Goods and Groceries Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings Phone 211'-l and Shoeg Naperville, Illinois Phone 243-M Naperville, Ill. N. W. C. '01 Dr. ThOS. White DENTIST Time by Appointment 88 Washington St. The College Inn Meals, Lunch, Short Orders Banquets a Svpecialty Transit Rooms Thomas J. Green, Prop. Hermann Otierpohl The Students' Milk Man Pasteurized Milk and Cream You will be safe in securing the Purest at the Cheapest Price MILK AT ALL HOURS Dr. E. Grant Simpson Oflice and Residence 22 E. Jefferson Avenue Phone 240-J The Saxophone Shop 425 S. Wabash Ave. Chicago, Ill. Music, Accessories, Reeds, Expert Repairing. Catalogs sent upon receipt of a request Charles W. Friedrich FURNITURE and UNDERTAKINC Victrolas, Pianos C , R f""ets Ugg' SERVICE Lmoleums Paints and Oils Mrs. Nellie Friedrich, Picture Framing Lady Assistant Globe-Wernicke Book Cases PHONES: 213-Jg 213-M -1 Page One Handled S zenty one I, NAPERVILLE CANDY KITCHEN Home-made Ice Cream---Pure and Fresh Special Orders Filled Promptly Fresh Fruits Confectionery Luncheonettes fiQll1EYEj F. MISTICI, Prop. 25 JEFF. sr. THE CLARION R. N. GIVLER Publisher Catalog and Job P RI N TI N G Printers for College Chronicle and Seminary Review. 66 Washington Street, Naperville, Illinois Phone 2 r 5 C. E. ROSENAU The Custom TAILOR Made-to-Order Clothes Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction Tailoring Done by Experts IIIIIIII Let us do your Repairing, Pressing, Cleaii-ing, Dyeing 130 Washington. Phone 210 M STOP -- LOOK l -- LISTEN for Medicines, Perfumes, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cameras and Photographic Supplies and So Delicious Sodas OSWALD'S PHARMACY BEST DRUGS L. WM. OSWALD, Ph. G. 31 jefferson Avenue Phone 259 Naperville, Illinois Page One Hundrrd Smwzzly-lfLc'o ANN IIIII I lu H i 16' f fi Y '15 ll af . J x f 1 X011 ru lOll ro11111 Xlat 1 in is 111 uring lo1gtr l1tt incl 111o1 1 l1 no XXL OllLll your pat1o111g,e am ,QQLIEIIZIIIILL to plta e yo11 HIGH 8z RARIDEN Laundry Agency 50 Washington St Phone 44 M William Grote REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Choice Vacant and Improved City Property also Well Located Farms. Money loaned on Good Real and City Property. Both phones 33 lXo 4 Home Bank Building Elvin Illinois Uur Motto Cleanliness Quality Only the Finest If a clean mar et cl an r ar prclt c c to Lalitv 'md right p cs app al to you n B117 Yo r Me t The City Meat Market M. Bianru cei, Prop. Z3 Jefferson Ave. Phone 253 Ju ian M D1 ter Edw. W. Getz DIETER 8r GETZ Plumbing, Heating Electric Wiring Agent fo Peck 1111 m ci Under-Feed B011 r 'ind Furnaces 8 Jefferson Avenue Phone 255 fr. . ,f f C 1' HII llllllllliuil ,N W 5 I I ' lll 1 I tl 1 ' 'ici l,1 ,X11 x J ff , MVA , - N0 QKB O . 91 I e . .111 1-1111 11 l 0 2 , L in -4 VJ . 6 T TF? V 26 .131 5 .Xll our shirts and collars are clone ES'C2il1C, SCCllI'ity O11 bOth Farm :yi -lf'-1' 1 'g.H12 -5 - tl11 5 ' s ' 1 ' 1 "0 styl's ' rk. 1 ex S A L I I 1 T 1 66 ' 77 9 lzft - 1: :cfs ch i Qs' jqi ' J L . ' A iicf 3 f , I 1, , tlze if ti W' its at git- -a S 1 i ' ' e S C ' Page Une Huzzdrfd Sf 1 enty tln ff Hillegas HardwareC o. GENERAL HARDWARE Electrical Appliances and Au- tomobile Accessories Phone 31-M Edwin B. Moebius BANDMASTER Teacher of tone culture on wind instruments Residence: 5818 Grace St. Chicago, Ill. OLIVER J. BEIDELMAN ruRNlruRE DEALER - FUNERAL DIRECTOR -- - . I Mgt-:lvffzslsel:-:yur 44 , -,E 'lnfrtiyi i We fi- -if AJR L1- I ulivwk ' if 15:- f' 121-'Q' EYE l I .- ' - ix! I I -:' I R 2- I l.. A ,WEE 1.1 1, 2 tgp --.. --511 - . 11 ..--.--.. --- - A--'zildk .Agar -11 411 I ' ,,':'lWf,i pl: 1 -:l,fA'x:Cf'1j 5 rg 1 lil , ,p J" . s 3-552222 G fait? H feyj , ff" ' -A3 if"f'ff'fUfT1'?' S - f- ..-. .1 : ' 2512- . ge f' . A l L :7u.1?-55512, 2 ff +58-Elf' "'M" 'ff ' -. 5-.. . ff-. by A5 A4 g if ,L3g,:,:,a-fl.-A r e ' .A x:L- -.-. - . 11,1473-'inf r Li Ji- F-TSTDZQT- -:ET T. : ,r,'2 Victrolas and Victor Records Pianos and Player Pianos Gunn Sectional Bookcases SPECIAL PRICES TO STUDENTS Licensed Embalmer 35 Washington Street Phone 264 Naperville, Ill. Arthur R. Beidelman 10 Washington Stteet Naperville, Ill. Sftate Licensed Embalmer, No. 3240. Undertaking in all of its branches. Fine Funeral Furnishings Auto Hearse Service Memorials. Granite Monuments and Head- stones Manufacturer of The Eternal Cement Burial Vaults Minimum of Cost Golden Rule Service and Golden Rule Prices Calls Answered Day or Night 18 - 20 W. Jefferson Street Telephone 243 -J J ULIAN N. HEIM Ice Cream of our own make in bulk and brick in Special Colors and Flavors for parties, picnics and all occasions. Special price to Northwestern College Clubs on ice cream purchases of one gallon or over. Delicious Box Candy. Bunte's Bulk Chocolates. A De Luxe Parlor to Enjoy Refreshments. Always a Complete Stock of Eastman Kodak Films on hand. Paw One 111111 fred Sefvfnly-fo11r Boettger Bros DEALERS IN Fresh and Salt Meats and Fresh Frsh Free dehvery to all parts of the city Phone 251 4 Jefferson Ave Napervllle Ill Say It Wlth Flowers It s a poor lover that sendeth no Flowers J R FALKENSTEIN Wholesale and Retarl PHONE 173 M2 NAPERVILLE ILL Kreger Grocery A J KRECER Prop Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 18 ry 7 , 'mn ew Q' jfedcgmcif MH sv- lflflflflflflflflflfl flflflflflflflflfl fl I-IAMMERSMITI-I KORTMEYER CO ENGRAVERS AND PRINTERS M ng MILWAUKEE I 6 I f ,rf X WE ENGRAVE AND PRINT THIS PUBLICATION Vx UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUULIUUUUUUUUUUU ff Q o O 7 . C C . 9 ' ' Q ' f ' 4,..,. """"""' , ev , V gr - ' ft V peru! y .V If V' V Q A ""' I ' Q AV NV as-g W rv A - u , . 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