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T155 " g.' ,- ,fb f N' ' ' ' Ml? .,,,.-,, , so Y. .1 Ify.1flf,,fyy,- ,-, 3 gif, hiya.-g ,gf 4 gif' ,aw ff?lfflf4'Q3,'E- I-7'1" iff ggQ,'7flgT-Q J ,.,,r?-ig!" f QQ' .L K' vfwUJff:51" I Y 'W :faq e . ,, w,.v,.f,u "'- --'W .Q me ,,f,,. 7.1.11 -f .Z We fn-,mf H va ,, . ,, Q.. ...IDU ,f i, j3:1'2?8Za.f 2 -' ,1 54 A-4gL:f'i f-.,,fh.' x ,iw if "4 5517 QW , , any 41 aw, 2 FREDERICK WILLIAM LUEHRING , Ph. B., Ph. M. Class of 1905 Professor and Director of Department of Physical Education and Athletics at University of Minnesota. Chairman of National Collegiate Swimming Rules Committee since 1914, Athletic Director at University of Nebraska 11920-222, Associate Director at Princeton University Q1911-19205. l WILLIAM HENRY KIEKHOFER B. A., Ph. D. Class of 1904 Chairman of Department of Economics and Sociology at University of Wisconsin, Professor of Economics at University of Cali- fornia Qsummers of 1917 and 19225, Director of University of Wisconsin Y. M. C. A. Author of Economic Texts. C l LEVI MENGER UMBACH B. A., M. s. Class of 1877 Professor of Natural Sciences at Nor.h Central College, Acting President of North Central College C1910-115. International recognition as a botanist. "Fontonalis Um- bachii" and "Astor Umbachiiu named in his honor. Died January 27, 1918 f f f , f J' ,, f1f:,'.iy, r1' w 4, fr'-'p pc . x " N TT 2 -, 1 f ' . f fwfifznvfr 1 ,f ,f. I I 'iff '. '5iZQif l ' i .. i -.,,.v - . f QYNLL fl. 3 mi' l . .Qs " : f ALBERT GOLDSPOHN M. s., M. D. Class of 1875 Emeritus Professor Diseases of Women and Abdominal Surgery at Chicago Post-Gradu- ate Medical School. Surgeon-in-Chief of Evangelical Deaconess Hospital in Chicago, Fellow of American College of Surgeons. Trustee of North Central College. Liberal donor to North Central College. A HENRY HAESELER RASSWEILLER B. A., M. A. Class of 1868 Professor of Natural Sciences and Philosophy at North Central College Q1867-835, President of North Central College C1883-88j, Literary Editor of VVestern Publishing House of Chicago C1888-90Q. Died january 9, 1928. LAWRENCE H. SEAGER M. s., D. D., LL. D. Class of 1887 Bishop of the Evangelical Church, Presi dent of North Central College Q1911-161 Editor of Evangelical Sunday School Litera ture C1900-115. 4 l . F , 3 ,-, .- , ', f, W- 'L ' ' 'T' . ' , " '. - , 1. Z! , . JJ? :ug-,ff ' , ,Y -A 5' ,..:,- 3" 3. 1-, ,f.,-. gl... . ww' ,.' ' t ' K 'Ai r ' ' " V ' .I ' , fi .RTIFQSP A L , ...M .. v '- ,,,.-..,., ii A :Ugg ww, Q :R ,fs- SOLOMAN JACOB GAM ERTSFELD ER A, -.L-I.--L . .. ag, vm , ,, .,, , 1, ., gl 7,1 ,II -. .1 F5 . ,,... ,.,. ff V 3.14 z.,,, lk'-'f ff.,,,.w- fi-FY' B.s., A. M., D. D., Ph. D. Class of 1878 inary, Professor of Systematic Theology at Evangelical Theological Seminary. Assistant Editor of Evangelical Messenger. Died August 5, 1925. THE HONCR ROLL CAN other alumni mentioned by the judges are listed.j C. J. ATTIG '08 EVELYN B. BALDWIN '85 SUSAN BAUERNEIEND '99 C. B. BOWMAN '96 MARY S. BUCKS '83 A. B. BUTZER '15 A. B. CoDY '79 H. R. CODY '88 A. E. DILLER '03 M. C. ELMER '11 FINKBEINER '94 . F. Fox '87 ALEXANDER FREEMAN '12 W. S. GAMERTSFELDER '10 EDNA GEISTER '13 MARIE GOCKER '09 E. D. GRAPER '11 T. L. HAINES '72 W. C. HALLWACHS '01 GERTRUDE HILDRETH '20 R. KEINHOLZ '17 E. KELHOEFER '03 G. B. KIMMEL '97 G. J. KIRN '86 S. E. KNIGHT '86 J. H. KOLB '12 H. A. KRAMER '88 A. F. KUHLMAN '16 UH F. A. LARCK '84 P. M. MATTILL '12 P. S. MAYER '17 VV. J. MILLER '98 J. L. NICHOLS '80 A. C. NICKEL '15 M. E. NONNOMAKER '96 H. OBERHELMAN '16 C. F. RANCK '99 R. W. SCHL-OERB '15 F. C. SCHURMEIER '99 W. A. SCHUTTE '91 MRS. KATHRYN SIMPSON G. W. SINDLINGER '69 J. A. SNYDER '88 E. M. SPREINTG '85 I. S. STAMM '09 A. D. STAUFFACHER '10 J. H. STUBE '85 H. M. TAYAMA '93 W. F. TEEL '00 E. THEISS '05 S. J. UMBREIT '98 W. H. 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X xx 4 UN 1 X 5 'N 1 Xi A J Q y 1 I E 4 i 5 5 3 i 2 H Qs -., Y ,r nv- ' 1 rf- .- 1 , ' Y V - ' A - 7-Lwry E-',l 4,1 U ,- I, f., 'l , fix' Tr iff' , --1 '- rr'-x THOMAS FINKBEINER, B. D., A. M. CLARA BLECK, A. M Registrar Dean of Women Professor of German Professor of French GEORGE J. KIRN, A. M., Ph. D., D. D. I Dean , A Professor of Philosophy and Psychology MARION E. NONNAMAKER, B. D., A. M. F. W. UMBREIT Secretary of Faculty Treasurer Professor of Chemistry Page 30 TUHIEIIQIQ spectrum Back Row Cleft to rightj: Mrs. Simpson, Kellerman, Eberhardt, Umbreit, Ferk, Sorg, Sohl, Nuhn, Stephan, Meyer, Faust, Moyer, Broeker, Womer, Graunke, Caldwell. Front Row: Goldspohn, Rall, Spreng, Burgi, Praetorius, Butler, Hoesch, Maves. 'I I FH 5 G P U U G 1 'll U C V7 4 l'I'l H V9 PPP U BISHOP S. P. SPRENG, President .... Naperville, Illinois E. W. PRAETORIUS CInd. Confj, Vice-President . Cleveland, Ohio E. BURGI Clll. Confj, Secretary W. AUGUSTINE .... E. BUTLER CCo1o. Conf.j . . L. 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A 21 E 'E A 2 2 A K. f' X f xx 5 5 A X Y. S J x , W Q XX'-.t , if 21' 'I' I 1 il f A QQ I ' J' A W ' r J f It Q 1 J 5 5 , ' ' '. 1 J g rm ' ,Q ,,,.,'..,,, -. .,. ..l..,..,. ...lf.l.Q.Q...-' .f. Y. Yi. .. ' Y. ' V , '. 527 , ,,1- .. - ,. .11 'f.IfT'.1f:LSTf'7T,i'I ':fIf'Qj,,1f',:2,,'f:LL'fff'1L,- "W " A' fl f f.-71 - TTA? 4? X. X . - -. . , , - . . - K 'Q X KRT . 5 E if , E ,1 , I , fl ' 1 fl' - U ' , A I 5 X H. 1 . Q a' fl b , , 1 Y- Q 1. W vp -1, 1. X I f I r X Z ll R E. I . 1 , i 1 1 K i 1 f f F l x X f "K-R. -SX ,f !ld,,. A, vs ,. in ., W l li Ii 29 'lil if-3 ic 'in' rm. in -.4 l il .I ll ,l 1 J ul E i l 3+ ll l i l i. l '-hw1:A::"M'W-" " 'H Y --" ff '-' --" 1 A f -V - - f -V f - f f li rg l. ., l. .. Ii v l 3 li ll ll ll l HOWARD R. HANCOX B. A. , l Oak Park, Illinois DOROTHY M. HAHN A JOYCE D. RANSEEN B. A. B. A. Detroit, Michigan Chicago, Illinois SELO A. GUTKNECHT CLIFFORD R. MILLER B. A. U B. S. in. Commerce ' Avoca, Wisconsin jackson, Michigan ' T 1, ,I -7 ,Jundi 11 inn , --4111 ln-l.:1.- ' ' ' ' A Y ff. - -' sg. f-' ' ii H 1,-71-" ' "'A- ::::",1i,,1-r'.::,::....,., , .. ., human. ,- r. . I . Y ' "".- Y - f H - "W" Y "Y 'H- Page 48 , l if 1 lla 323 EE 13 115' X5 15' 4, . A L? la ,H li hi AA, l- .,1 ., 0? .gat ,F ,, Z Q X12 af gil i? fly 25 1 Zi' 11 11 lil? 51 lg 3 15? 1,5 1 lg Q lifx Q31 was 1 xi' '1 bs 4 ln lg he l1l1, l',' A-IQ 2 A "X . 133 S4 1 Viv? iff? ,j 1 ,gf J 3 Rl 11 1 4 15 lg ,i M li L71 V3 -1: N? fi Xl: E ,Q . 1 ', Iii' .1 li ,gf 11 113 ,3 fn' if lf!! Iii! fs li wi ff, lg 'tv 11 1.1 -'1 1-3 ,r .lp ' I A J 135 ff' 1 if fii ,i 11 1, 112 li Ex-, iii 1 1 1. , ,1 ll. ,lui U52 1 1:1 151 1n1. ,' 111 1,1 .1. 1 I li llfk X , ' 1 72 A f I' '. , l f yo . 13., ' ff ,XI 14' fl .1 15 . 2:7 iF? 15 151' li lg XXV f ilo i QT 1 113 45 on in A ,ff AY. , M I1 1' fl 13- I1 1 in Ja Q .. 4 ff-Q ,. :, , 1, ' 7 f' 1 13 1 iffff' ,fo Wi' fry mf ,1 , Q., , 1, ..,. , of of , 1- ,Q eg., 15, 12x my Tfgflgg .-.,-V. .- f. . i ,WN ,V ,Y rf A V., , -W A H . -7-7 A , f -:AA-W 1--A -,Ai-, if-YF..-, -, ll 1', is l1 Q1 l l L: ,11 11 l ,, L, 1, lr l1 l. l, I, il, ll ln 1 L i l 1 OSCAR GRAUBERGER B. A. Fleming, Colorado WILLIAM A. GOODCHILD 1 ORA MARKS B. S. in Commerce 13-A- Circleville, Ohio Elroy, Wisconsin B. BERYL FEIK ALFORD H. MCLAUGHLIN 111, 1 B. A. B. A. l Mendota, Illinois Akl'0Il, 0hi0 . 1,-.11-.--.,' ad --.1..,f.,.:4-...Y-1 f - 54-.r - 1 -- A -- - -- 1 V- A-1 W -- -7- .- 4:17-'V ---- ---- -- -----A: -1 -1- ------:Y-1 ----1 --1 - A- - A ,,,. , ,, ,,,... . ,, ,- , ,, ---..-V .YY,,, , ,,,.....-, .- ...- ----W -- H , , .,.Y , , A -A W ..,,-A, A., . ,,,, ...A,,-f.,.f-,4,,.,nJ.T , ,,,, 1, 1, 1 15' 1 I 1 1 1 1 11 J i 1 1 4 , 1 A- YY Aff. ,,., T ,fr ,H ff, Wfwge, -1?-1-L -avg ---,--fvffffa' ,g 1- lf- ---f -.1--A-+15--a:?4i2"f'fiveiffsseraaLTR?2:1-:iiiifLf1i2ffa4-.-,-:r-H1-1 Page 47 '1 3 1 15:5 1- J ffl' 1: 1, I 1:5 J 1r1 I+. .1 :A X32 lil 'M , H? 111 H 11 1, 1 , -T11 'iff 3 1 1 L1 1.5 T Q li? 1? 5 , li 3 'L , 11 5 1 .1 1 11 1 5 an Hi ll: gf E E 1, Eyacom ,if nw'-'id A, Q. W if 13- 112' sg 1? 5 1 Q12 Zu'- 1 5 , El A 1? ls 1 li 4 G 1 ,X Q16 ' ll U 5 ii X5 2 13' KJ 1? ,,1 1 X11 li? 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XX X X f X l X A , H. ze :,.: ,..,' , I -Q XA , X X . 57:3 if '-4' 1 ,',f :I fig, Xi ff!! ff Xf fX VX QX .5 L, LX , X X, Xa JI, an -wig .-Q ' X ff h ff .X I J In ,Q ,Q .,-X 'R I F ix, 5-K11f::f.E, ,E .-f, ,',.-f.: 'f1.e-f-4..a64 ex, -L.4..,11gg.--.,L,,. --.g-L.....,...n,s,f.mg,:Q.:.-,.KEL.2..-...f.., .. ,., .,-,,:-- ,L 1-..-, -.-,,s... .... 1 -,.,a-,,,,.: .M 1 r:xQa:g:Lqq5?-gr.-4:2551-1:'fx-:ifg Y- -,Y..- ----'mir 10,414-4..L,:i.:..,:,.::g,. mfr, ,Ti vw.. . Y-. Y ' 5-i"i:ifH:eg: ' 41 Y ".-, , j LAWRENCE KRELL B. A. Latah, Washington HELEN J. PARR MIRIAM E. SCHAUSS B. A. B- A- Laural, Oregon N orwalk, 0150 TORREY A. KAATZ HAROLD M- SELL B. S. in Commerce 13-A- Elkton, Michigan Waseca, Minnesota . .. -..AU E ,,, , , ,- ,, , , ,.,.,.,,vfZ1. -., 1 ,.f-,.,qf4-:pg- Page 50 i . M.-. N. . .-,. ff, M .-- fl ,QV X ff! X: .V if X 2.2 gy XX, .X ,. v X. X X ,,X, R. XL F F ff fi ,Q H' X- .g , X? ii AY 74 X-. 21 X? -F. Xi' X.. X4 .gil X ,X 'Z 4 .H .5. f A A ,X lf. I. 'M If rf. '- if ,. ,. --J X4-X .M VX., af. ,,, ci' ey 1 , 1.5, LY: 'ffl . .X M. 'jd X: ci 'Q '!X X3 bl X. 1 G, V r. 1. W9 . X? gs: :Wi ms ig., XXX XT fn i'i ,M fy . X A If X XX ., . X :NX 1 'M X X X! A , X21 XE gi ' -1 X , A X . X 3 . if ,3 . X gg . Xi X f, X X B 1 f :X .N AX i xp-,X W 1X ,H X 1 W E 'ir 2 S ID CE T l I l , 1 " ' "l""""1Qfff L- "W ' Y.7T.4'l11 A . rrrixgmsg-gL'1,.,,i',3.-nw...-aim-uri: " ' ' ' . . WI Q'ux.,..J- Q Q i T li l r. I3 le il Sl 9 il xl ti A, rg - li I .1 A .1 Q H la if il il 4 I. 25 l gl ,, yi l Ei 5' ll il 4 M a, Q, l i l 4 1 1 il Libr Li' ' war" ur' f We ' 'Af 1 ' ' - H- N -ff, pe '-' A- -' i --f - --- , - -V V- - - -- ESTHER A. KORF B. A. Forreston, Illinois FLOYD T. JORDAN EDWARD J. MOSER B. A. B. S. in Commerce Reading, Pennsylvania Naperville, Illinois ALBERT W. HOESCH HARRIS RABE B. A. B. A. Huntley, Nebraska Clintonville, Wisconsin ff"""A""" 'T'-'T A A A H 'ing "" 2""i' " ' ' 1 . .... . V. ' D,f W' .."1,eef:':.. 3147-.:g:g,,,,, , E F. i l l ll. l sl E1 l. 1L,,,,,M.,,,,,,.,,,--,,. ...YY ,, , ,A . , , , , , . ,, ,sq l fi 1 ll R 1 l ""1 Page 49 Q 1 F S r ,.., , , aa 'ff' -'-ini' ,L ,-1--AM s 55- V . . .T , VA Y H V W V v MILDRED E SCHELLIG Detroit, Michxgan J ARTHUR NIENHUIS ARTOR J SENTTY Oak Park, Ilhnols Waumandee, Wisconsxn HARLEY A MARKS ARNO A STAEGE Wautoma, WISCOHSIH Random Lake, WISCOHSLH , ,., . ,. , .- . . - U --MAF Y ,W .,. ,. I' .. ..,,,. 1 v 1......--.--- ,,,. , ' , ,,,. . .- ,-F-4 V L -A,,,, - , . ,, , ,,,3.,1',,, , ..g1:f.JL. .W -...M W -- - ---Y ' P ' , '11, '1'ff.. .-L .Q :Gif-:' ,,. -- . R! Page 52 + I1 1 E 4 1 H Ir is 1 I1 B. A. B. A. B. A. B. A. B. A. 1 B i I1 V I H v Fifi .1 . 'f' . I4 , I 5 f T E l :I I. , oz. X . . U. 3 ' ".-.1. "T" '3 'P 'Zi fl.. , FI . 'T' . T' - ' 2 .1 I E 1 -4 'W li Ll' '25 53, .zz Q LU WL? U .. 'il i 1 if I-, ,X, II if QW .tg + .3 ., lg I ri gy .13 .1 , ,.r. Q' 1.1 ,, N A. fa .M 11:11 .g f- . H If. ii .f X sa ll, 'v Y' I' . I. . I-1 X Q' lj 5.1 ,L ' Jw fi' fl. .., If 2. FZ YE M I .a .E 4 K X,-1 J. iff l ff H i ' I . I., 5. YH Q . 1.1 2 TJ xv If , 1' 1' 1, I .I .,. gh X12 . I ff 4, -I 0 j. 4 ff W .qv I HXYE be ll , HV W :gf .. . ' xl .V , il -I . J w IS 1 -, ,f . 1 f 1 .K . X.. I IM' ,. 1.5 X ' xi I1 .l ,, V5 ' ff . If ' f.: 'I I prone...-rv 4....s,......n,. ...w..r..a:4.-zraf-1 gif mn- ..-,..,,, HE., -..,........,..,...-.. --.,... 1,7-...M Y . .Y L.- J--.,.,,,,h ,-. ..,.. L- ,, ,, ms- A A , 2 I I 4 i. l 5 1 1 U I l 1 4 .'. l 5 3. V. ef I+ ,,1,,1:.. -....- - fr WH,-E -' - 3-5-:.:--..-,lag-.1 ..Lf,.,,,m....-.....,--.-4..- Y . .,-- - W- W - ie-2-,-f.:e-. T- -fr--.,' 'A'....." i'....Ljpg H' f Q " -'v-......4fi,,- WILLIAM H. LANE B. S. in Commerce Detroit, Michigan HELEN D. MIZENER MERTIE E. SCHMIDT B.A. B. A. Wrightsville, Pennsylvania Brandon, Wisconsin GEORGE LEUNING ERIC SENN B-A- B. A. NaPC1'VillC, Illinois Loveland, Colorado ---'12'U"L ' '--P26-riff' Y Y-':+v-'J?:'2e5?-T-sci-.. 1 r-........,.,---:1ip- W' 1. -Wm ,, ,...4.e-.:.ff-1:-,L - '--f-vL.,,..-.Q.......,. - .....,-7,,:,:L,,f,' -,.,- , -- - e f- - V ew-33,1 --'- fb- - Y-I Lv' -L-fa?-L we -Qi.-.7513 a.-:.:.:5e-Jnc,:.-...-..,,.,-n,.,.1fZm....,.m-.. ..g4....f..2..,..1r-Q..--A vaf5:?q.,x-'fm' .-:zL:w--..Hf..aw-.f..,af....-..:n-..4,-... .-. 3 -A-v.-wx li iz li lf fl li li 35 53 Il 52 El R U Q Eli ' I ,,p3!-:HJ-ii-I-. li 5 ai I fl' El. .I if if ill .1 ,I ffl ...ii 3 . 2 . 3 l IL gi 11 ,Q .J .I I .. fl ia il li li ff i ? ff vw Sf' .i M. 1 rx 6. rr .2 if if e., E. is Q.. J 5 ga. 1 li 5 1 . I iii f, ,I :i.!- Eff ,J fj- ,gl 'if' gf 3 H 5 rl fi as tl 13 12. 3. ul f I 1' J fs Is' 3 ly. if M. If rx ff 1, I' LZ .S In .S 1 , 1 I lid ff 5 5 ff 5 f Tl . in 9 7. if 4 Qi alfa EG. 'MY11s.,. "di 1.121 K 1 .I IE I II 'K I 15, ,E 1 15 V, 17 'Q 1 9 I f ' fag .53 3 .a x N lx X511 01 R' B. ' X. A f,. il I ,rf .ll , . xx w, Q: .gf f,4J-' All I . EI: : flf fl: 1. If. 74 . A li ll i. I Q .1 i Y 5 Q? Page 51 lv l ff I. N, I ri' fu' ii- it ' 1 jr' , YK. ' 4' 'I W ' . T! " f'-- s E 1 , li n. fx 1 1 ' ",i ': 1 M: 13" :jf - 1 H - or . . ll z V3 , EJ l. ,IW f -wr -M, -Y ff--it 7,--,E-3 ,-x----, 1-rv-U..-,Qfs.Y.:.,-u2,..,..-,...E....w.....,-..gm-f,,.w,..-.f ...w4.,m,.. mu., ..,.,i,..V ,avi A M, ,Z www- ,K hw, N-I-T V- Q 'P' , . . Y , - ff --f-uf --.-..-.f..-n,f.,... VERNA M. TIMMER B. A. Forreston, Illinois BEULAH Voss ALICE E. SWARTZ B. A. B. A. Howard City, Michigan Niles Center, Illinois LEWIS C. STRAWE HENRY H. VOGEL B. A. B. A. Ray, Indiana Cosby, Missouri - - - -- f -is-if-L-"Li:-1: , , Y '-zfif' A-in-1:4 -"'-:-:V 41.1 lv.: .i -. -f----f:r1"""'?"" Page 54 Htl I 1 I N I THE 'II 91 I QP ID IE it 'ET MII -- "---g A --WY.--.L,L , L, , 7 V i M W ,Y i WV ' ' ' ' ' " " H - A -A -A 1- ,, ,, Y M 779 11 III 1 11 I ff I I 1 'I I 1 .1 F' .1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 I II 1 I I I I I I I 1 1 2 I 1 1 I I 1 , ":f3iii"" "!i11',',r " " i 5 ":T:y+"' s , ,f ---- W WN V . , , I, AH no VY Y BERNARD H. ZEGERS B. A. Chicago, Illinois CLARA STRUTZ PEARL L. ZELLER B. A. B, A, Jamestown, North Dakota Lomira, Wisconsin RALPH E. PATTULLO MELVIN W. HERKNER B-A- B. A. Chicago, Illinois Toledo, Ohio l ' H' :Lf , , ,,nsa.cf4:ga.e :,.' iiunliuse-niirf.,L:.uinna ., - , ': ieau:35"r" ' '1-gf1-f- , :fi H up-g-1 ff:,,,,.,Lf::, , 1' . n 1 I ,,,, ,, 1 11 , 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I I 1, I 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 . ' -1 1 "1-::Li::a.naE,.1,:" if: 'L Wrzfiilwqezgl, "Jn-r -ng f,1::f:11-r,:. 1 ::':f'::,, Wf: 1, :area-:"f-. t-:":--7-,,.. '---To H., +'1yuag-5- A . Page 53 l 1 '1 I I I ' 1 1 1 l I I1 I 11' I I I ' : J I 1 ,I I 1 I I 1 1 1 K1 1 I I 1 I I 4 I I I 1I V1 I I 1 111 I I f 1 1 111 I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I ' 1 t I 11 1 11 1 1' 1 1' I W1 I I I It I 1 1 rf 1 I It X I 1 I I 1 1 1 I rl I I 1 1 II 1 ' I 1 1 II 1 1 I 11 1 1 1X 1 I I 1 I 1 I1 fl I 1' I 5 I1 1 1 I 11 . 1 1 '1 1 I I I I , 1 1 I 1 V, 1 1 1 I1 4 I yi I ' I 1 I I 1 I 1 I I 11 1 , 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 I ' I I I 1 1 I 2 1 1 1 1' I 1 II 1 1 7 1 1 ' X 1 1 1 1 II I 1x 1, I 1 IX I1 ' I 1 I' 1 III I 1 1 : if 1s 11 ' 'E I I1 I 1 1. 1If 111. T 'H E3 C 'ff an U 'ji ' 1 l ': l NB L , " :, , - -- Y -- - Y V Wm! W:-W Y Y -Y Y I ll l E r E l +4 1 E I 4 r I N il l 31 ,E 1 s 1 l l s I 5 e llliulli-lull'-ur 'W . , ..,,, , -' , - f',, ry fp - A NW A if Y V ,, L.,.,. ,Li Y MABEL A. WILLIAMS Q B. A. Chatsworth, Illinois ELLA R. WEIHING RUTH L. ZIMMERMAN X 1 l BA BA ..,fHv' A , 'u D il u o a 1 Naperville, Illinois Racine, Minnesota LOYD W. UEBELE ROBERT L. WOMER B. S. in Commerce B. A. Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin Niles, Michigan ,rr :Q I 1 1 n 1 5 , F I -4 ' i .41-n X 5.7 YJ-, WL-mv, , - ,, .. , .. Y 1-L -f 1 : r l I , l I K Page 56 "',, ., , Qi - x 1 , I5 1 ll lfg -11 X X . X , N - 1 - .-4 ..f 1 it . X, gl. il - J ,J 1, -, ., , Q-7 .f 11 A. or 2'- -X 1, -.1 A l ,fl J A1 .a L-E,.... ,RL I .5 'I , 4,- Y l L J if . Fx fi Sl 'rl .I A A ly 53 f X All il .7 rf . .1 If ,fgeaeasin , i 1,2 -fx I 'A ' 'xr H A. fx ' .A mx ,f f gi l .1 . if 7 'z H I ., K K 2.5. A fl 1 f i ,I ..., 'fm I l'l All , my H 'f . Q ,: . , . if 4,1 ,-. A ff! li ,l 1 2. i. .!, I T.. I. .. lf . . Sl 'f ' "V I l l. II ,., an fx gi li iv 1! Q v '7 -Q ,x 'l x 1 Ll 'Sf 555 la il. I .Af gi 32 l, 1. F. .,, A 3. 'H 57 rf v , ng, ,Y-- 7 ff. J, ,jx WP, F. ,,,. A., -J, if K F .. 4 ,., 3 - ,T ff, ,MU . .-. .- ..-. ,ig 4.4 , L. 1 Q eg, A, A -hgh . A .414-as-an-:1 ,:-ugf..4-.21-.w..z:.g:--15---W -- V - -M4 --.----Y-A-1 A-7 -- -,?..---f MS. . .--.-.. A. ..A-, Y .A . WAAA 1 ,Q ....--.... .. .W Y , , , ,,,,, ,WW ,, r r I - -- V f . ,. ,rg-n...,u-...4s:..f, MRS. ZELMA WEYRICK B. A. Naperville, Illinois MABEL R. WALTER DELTA L. UTZINGER B. A. B. A. Reddick, Illinois Racine, Minnesota ROBERT W. YOUNG TIMOTHY WEE B. A. B. A. Akron, Ohio Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaii .,. . -fcffe' , 7 --V -gf mfg- -5-Y, ,YWW 5 . Y YY... . . A, .Y E , , ,, ,, , Y i, W- -- -Y . . , , Y l .............,...,.......,.......,.........-....,...-,-.., W, We .. -M WL mm, L, W .T v,...,.W,,. ,lf Page 55 . . . .... , -,.....,.. l Az ll .. gm .X F. 3 I l I . 5. ll 'l xx T w if i. I. .., :Sl jr, . 4, R 1' s-f 'ff I ,E EW 4 lr, 1 . in il xH X- f, f. R. an 5 .6 sf H 2. P' W. 263. 5 5? E2 I fl' 5' 9 ., fl 1 W 4 L 3 l fe ,if ,..' 1 . is E fm v 2 ii v 1.. .,., Q Q' . l 1 if in 5 ,. P1 YK fl ,.,, E1 E'-5 EJ fy ll .X 13. pl fl l lf lil -,a .fl if ff. 1 ff .f I If . ij. 1 A gl I. -, u v .51 4g . f 4 l I ..,.- .gnupg , THE 'IQIQISIDSECTIVAIUNI A RESUME OF THE ACTIVITIES CF THE CLASS OF 1929 By MARGARET C. STANELLE ITH much gusto and not a little conceit the Class of '29 made its debut before their august school.mates 'way back in the fall of 1925. It was a 553' peppy. crowd, a bunch of young colts 'being put into the harness for the first time, and stern professors shook their wise heads thoughtfully. Upper 'I' 'B classmen nervously watched the fountain, the sundial, and their favorite 'datesf' They "knew their stuff," this bunch of frosh who had been dumped onto the campus from half the states in the Union. C Under Melvin Herkner, chairman of the Freshman Executive Committee, this group of wild Indians was soon organized into a vital scrappy class. How proudly they displayed their royal blue and white as they marched round and round the gym! We remember a certain "scrap" down on Fort Hill campus when these cocky men were pulled through the pond, but not before first giving their Sophomore opponents a thorough soaking. VVe remember winning the sack rush and losing in the pushball contest fbut the Sophs were scratched up beautifullyj. Then too there was that basketball championship which they won from the Seniors. The faculty began to- look with respect upon this class that replenished the ranks of debaters, athletes, and orators. In the first election Charles Kimmel was chosen president, Edward Hahn, vice-presi- dent, Helen Zahl, secretary, Loyd Uebele, treasurer , and Vera Bauman and Herman Brockhaus, student council representatives. No longer the "babes on the campus" the class of '29 began its second year with a more finished appearance. A very parliamentary group of officers headed the growing mob. Russell Comptonwas elected president, Ora Marks, vice-president, Bernice Shanaberger, secretary, Clifford Miller, treasurer, Milton Broeker and Viola Havert fnow Mrs. D. Christopherj, student council representatives. When the new fresh- men marched around the gym for approval, more than one Sophomore "swiped" a date from a Frosh too scared to know what it was all about. The '29's didn't get pulled through the water. They also won the pushball contest but lost the sack rush. We remember seeing tall and lanky men dressed in bathrobes and p.j's as a result of mis- placed bets on the debating teams. The basketball teams were not as strong as the year before but the '29's felt themselves excused because of the number of men they furnished for the varsity. Time flew and these gawky freshmen found themselves to be juniors. Upper-class- men! Headed by Milton Broeker as president, Torrey Kaatz, vice-president , Lorinna Goerz, secretary, Edward Good, treasurer, and Esther Korf added as student council representative, the class was ready to be an example to the twoclasses behind it. P1 Kappa Delta boasted of a number of Juniors and the Golden Triangle Players eagerly sought new members from among the ranks of the '29's. Very formally and very beautifully the Juniors played host and hostess to the graduating class. No one can deny the beauty of that Junior-Senior Banquet. "The end is too soon here" is the wail of those who are now Seniors. .The pep- and the push even some of the conceit, of four years ago is still manifest in this group. But theyihave studied, and wisely, for their destinies are being fulfilled. . Shall we be just another class passing by in cap and g0WH? NW! YOU Shall hear Of US 2122313- Page 58 T XH IE 1 iw AE c if in iw M l f W ,N ,,-V -H V V H Al -- ---' H 1' Y , 3: 6: , ' ' ,,--'U 'i- ' ' 'GE' 7 V ii l gi l 'E l l 1 l A , cc E A J 1 l N , ,,:'f:ns-:- 'A" : L' ' 'f ' . A . . Y A". , ' H, "..fr'. ngiinrifg, 1 x !' X CHARLES B. KIMMEL Naperville Illinois HELEN ZAHL LEONA A. WALZ Sacramento, California Norwalk, Wisconsin CLARE A. SCHEURER PAUL KNEPPER e v 1 s Sebewaing, Michigan Kendallville Indiana L " - " - ' 1"----'l - ' V M ii 1. Q1 LM- ---,,,"" W .l li s f , N 1 1 I 1 l 1 l A 1 w l V l l J i rf 1 l ll jl 5 L A A A A , r ,LVWW-:,, , - ,,, f f-f, .f1,g..ud i X ii z l I l F K Z 2 f X l 1 Z , .' F Q i v il X ii X il 1 i 3 li 1' lQ If 1' i 5, Q l li X xx ., nl A E l l 1 1 f f il -' l 1 I l l x R A a lf ,l il l f f El X X ll lil e l l V X Y M K I l f f ll I ll f J, I V , ,X B A ll I I ,N lk l ' l X . , X g B A B A I W i ll E 1 x 1 lx l Xu Q X B A B A l I ! H f L I ,l l X I F X l li 4 5' J F f f l L f J il l x l X 1 l l ll W X " 1' 3 J S I H , l Page 57 ,,V..,-Y- 1111-,rg E. l 1 rid, It . X ' ' --1 ' nz' - a it ,A fa QL. J V V., ,. , . I - 541, I IH VL- Ii' fi se A .1.,Q - AA., ,I I lv Jr j i J H Li 1 1 X 1. --mf ., Mu , 1 ' .12 ARTHUR' AMACHER IVIELVIN G. ATTIG RICHARD BAIN Hesleper, Ontario, Canada Metamora, Illinois Frankfort, Indiana IDA E. ANTOINE Cedar, Michigan FREDERICK BRANDAUER Irvington, New Jersey KAROLYN BROTZLER St. Paul, Minnesota JOHN C. CHRIST Arcadia, Wisconsin CFirst Semesterj VERA MAE BLECK CHARLOTTE L. BORDWELL New London, Wisconsin Downers Grove, Illinois Page 60 QFirst Semesterj I 1 -, ii , THE 1929 SPECTRUM Umon rrlcfns WILBUR C. HARR EDWARD P. ZIMDARS Treasurer President Easton, Missouri Clintonville, Wisconsin GLADYS C. BERGER VERA E. MCWATTERS Vice-President Secretary Oak Park, Illinois Detroit, Michigan HERE linger in our minds memories of the class scraps We had with this class when they were Freshmen. Then, when we all grew up and became upper-classmen, we put away childish things. We accepted With pleasure ini!-Jgiloii' the invitation of the Class of '30 to the annual Junior-Senior Banquet, which this year was held at the Hotel Baker in St. Charles. In parting we bequeath to the Class of '30 all of the traditional functions of the Senior class, such as painting the fountain and the publishing of the SPECTRUM. Good luck, Class of '30, Page 59 I 1 ll lvl fa lj, A U l. 32 gil L,-. I f- fl ' fl 5 A 11:7 f fl. ff 'nf' ff, . ly lx ll a li M X. 1, M .3 -1 T I 1 ix Yi Fl il il L r t' 11 lf VL lf, 35 lf r if L1 f fl -if if J L 4" Ci 32 N .Q is 4, A ai wx , ia -A X' 'Q ,X L, ik ,qi V1 '-Z lf. li lg, lf as A fi! if rl- if is 5? ly ,nf I? fix m' if fi gl il li se, . gi ia "A .T 'x- ii ia ik 4 ll .3 "1 ri , .1 E' 7? A-Y 'E' H 5 li gl ll il ,, Y. A W E il ., , aa E ll rg if V 5 IS 'fl Vg . 'ii Y A ZF, Y? Fi, 3 li of if fi I? 1 si ,K gg He. I-Fx 153. 'AWS 11 If G sg A 35, gf fi' br J ,,.v 5 :ff :E li ll Vs 'N 9 in '-L 5. if Yi 'il iii' Hi ai' ,el re Tl 31 -Q Q L M . A we ff-' ,- 4 Q- A L, T 1 .. 4 I C f "K r" ff' ,. A -I in TL fl . ' A 1 A+ ROBERT FRY MERRITT A. HAWKINS CLAYTON HEOKENDORN Chicago, Illinois Kankakee, Illinois Bridgeport, Ontario, Canada LILLIAM GRENZEBACH Grand Island, New York HAROLD GRANN ER Renwick, Iowa LOUISE S. HAAG Holton, Kansas Page 62 RUTH E. GARMAN Naperville, Illinois G. EDWARD HAWBECKER Naperville, Illinois A. MYRLLEEN HABACKER Old Fort, Ohio 23 I af I I' so 13 . ,1 jkv ilu fu 'YN A fm Q lf! Iii F ffl? I ,I It ,Im JB Q' f l ,I X, 41, xi. J? l f l Xl I 3 Q A s -J 1 4 I . 4 I., M If lv Iv ll ff- I 5 X31 S fl 5 I ff 5 VI? I I li Tl li Il -, . 1-' .ak - -A -- - -- f A ll: ELIZABETH COWLE ALICE O. DUFENDACH JANICE E. DANIELS Chicago, Illinois Huntingburg, Indiana Aurora, Illinois CHARLES F. DANIELS OTTO J. DIDIO Aurora, Illinois Dunkirk, New York FREDERICK W. FELDT FREDERICK M. FAIST juda, Wisconsin Crediton, Ontario, Canada CONSTANCE E. DYNES ERNESTINE M. DREIER Jackson, Michigan Naperville, Illinois Page 61 ff, I ,If-f-A ' , rex I f-h,,.,,,wf.4 ,A , . Jfl Q A FAX--if or A M A . L, .,,,.,....A I A A A Axwfwf-Aff AA A axaw V- A br f - XIX - . Af A- --, ,...- A A 'wa ,,,4-:Aff "f'- M,-A' A--W., .- . A X A . fxxx A fAfXXL li if 'W Ll X , Eli, all F, R. F, ,, mu ,- 'v U il .l!, l 1 ' w 'w , x ,X El 517: 95,1 5:2 'grit lk ill ll Q ,U ff if .11 1 ll 'ix lil Atl ll ,gl F if 5. '-x . .K 'ix Q7 A ,1 1 ,l ' A 1 , f , tl il, ll ,957 1 El it ii, R E 5 E v -if li, 1 E51 nfl Y' ff lg, 'fl in gl - 2 fl it 3 if li, it fix' il! ,lr ,jj If il A P, EX lf- l Ei iff, H -X l of I fl!! g if '37 ..,f, jf Jin" if K. QQ 3, .gg if all 'Lt f" A. RQ", ,,.. 4 ,, ' in 'R rv 'al :.l l L all-filthy, A . , ,f V CLARENCE W. JUHNKE FRED KIBLER CLYDE B.K1NG Waseca, Minnesota Cavalier, North Dakota Greentown, Ohio RUTH I. JOHNSMEYER Marion, Kansas RALPH IQESSELRING Chicago, Illinois HATTIE L. LANG Appleton, Minnesota Page 64 CECELIA S. MEYER Lomira, Wisconsin RUSSELL B. OBRIGHT Naperville, Illinois NELLIE MITCHELL Millington, Illinois if L 2, A F li 1, an 1 , I f. i. E 5-as -.1 gl ai ,. 5 lf? qw 5? f 'Z ii , ix I ,l ' A 531 52 , 5. L 4? ,X E? 12 E1 25 I2 5. 5 ui' 1'7 'iii La Yi 'H m lb 2 5. It 'iss il 5 XIX ' S 2 Ili 43 , ,J Jf r r ,., I ff-' I f jx 1' . . X' i' 7 2,51 5 l ,Af .4 ik 1 ., l A .A A M 2 .Eg 5 . 1 Q ',". ,I ., n :A A, , : X -. ,L . fi W 'el nl Z' V ,.. I gs 'ff 'E fr VVARREN L. HAWKINS NORBIA J. JORDAN RALPH HOLDEMAN Kankakee, Illinois Elgin, Illinois New Paris, Indiana L FORREST ROSE KEISER LYDIA C. HOESCH Chicago, Illinois Huntley, Nebraska MARY H. HUGHES HELEN M. A. LUEBEN Dixon, Illinois Naperville, Illinois MILTON D. HOOVER ROY S. HEITKE fl lf f fFirst Semesterl A w f l V1.1 L yu '- . I 2, yi , YE P , J, Q41 H, fi if EF ii 5, ll Page 63 5 .J Q 1 J 4 Q 5 2 W5 i P I ' 2 L . 'A ' ra .4 X, 'X I 13 5 K 5. n , L X 2 M4 3' 1 5 fn if Upper Sandusky, Ohio Paynesville, Minnesota Q, we X5 X3 3 ,J iff ffl v 5 'x 5133 I L slff 5151 ' as vi Fm ld Ev l ei 4.6 .il M 2 :Q la ,A Q5 F' fl RENOTTA MARKS ' 'PEARL M. MEHLHOUSE VERONA iB."NOLT1NG Jefferson, Wisconsin Fessenden, North Dakota Elgin, Illinois WALTER W. MULLER Washington, Illinois HAROLD OESCHGER A Sebewaing, Michigan JOYCE PLAXTON Snover, Michigan Page 66 LAWRENCE J. OSBORNE Franklin, Pennsylvania HOWARD V. PFUHL Norwalk, Wisconsin MARGARET J. POOLE , Flint, Michigan 'l 1 ' , N . 11 l 1 ll 1 1 , 1 1 ' 1 .3 51 '.! 11 W1 gg 1.41 W , A. 1 lg 1, 1 6- - Q? 1 QQ A if 5 lg 5. 1 'ii """T" 1" :1 E" ,r "rj, -f-Q1 f-. .U--. 5 , ...1 ,f. , . A , ,, L1 2 WM., Ml, LU kgs, Mk H . lg, , as sg 3 ' ' 'V' f -A -A-A .rs -...' ' RL.. ef af.. -,L 1 1 a' - '1 'al " X B: 'A ul ,, nl :' A . 1 El f' fx? 1 1 J i W 1 rf! A. lf l 1' gl, 1 1 1,1 E, Ext. , 1: R' l' 'A lf Qi 1-11 f1 El 453 lu pil 91' ll QJ gf-V ,gi F14 1 if L, c' uv ,tif if If. M ll1 ly 'ef 'J as 'zx 3' 41 ll - ll l.: ' A l 1, I il 51 '21 if-1 5' 51 WY 1 lg 1 il :- ' E! 1 ff' 3" 1 if , lp 5,1 Er 5? gr! l' 55 l MEL' 3' TQ gi .L 'L ' 111. 3' 15 is " il E13 Tl 5.1 3, -Tl 57 If ,, .,,, 7, il fi? if ' 5:1 511 ,L lil fl" 3? E' -1 541 ,Av 1 ., , 1 l "5 1 Sl ft: if if xfji iil ,1 ,Q1 6: ei 'r X J1 1, 3,1 ag. 1 1. 1 fl 321 21 in 3' 51. if li 51 il ' fy fa? il sf? 31 5 El A 323, 12? KENNETH J. IVIALMBERG DONALD O. MANSHARDT REUBEN O. KNUTH fl il I1 Lee, Illinois Naperville, Illinois New London, Wisconsin 1 'I l 5 , il ' 1 ,I ' ' LAURA LIBUTZKI , PEARL M. LANG Kitchener, Ontario, Canada , Peoria, Illinois MARJORIE E. MAAS IVIRS. ELSIE MOYER Elkhart, Indiana Marcellus, Michigan HAROLD K. MESSNER MELVIN E. MILLER il Newton, Kansas Huron, Ohio '-X1 Page 65 11 l I 1 4 V 12" - . in ,gy ,f-N, arg fx Ak X A -in in L , 'N 7 f . , , , xi, . .I ac ,.. , H l Y ,, , W , F. "'vI. Tata: ,l 2? 5.,-.' ,JE ,H4 my A LL., ,tk ,T F W E 5-l L ll ,ll ,K ic' Ns-f "-' d 1 , , -4, , ., V . , , L JOHN D. REIN WILLIAM S. TUBACH VERNON STOLZ Syracuse, New York Falls City, Nebraska Milford, Nebraska f CFirst Semesterj DORIS SAECKER DELLA SCHOENLEBEN Lake Mills, Wisconsin Wells, Minnesota WILEUR F. SCHAFER GRAEME STEWART Dixon, Illinois Plainfield, Illinois BIRNEY O. SCHEUERMAN MRS. LYDIA STAUBUS Brooks, Oregon Pigeon, Michigan Page 68 ii is xg. rg 32 Le ,sl 'ii .ig 1 5 . I Q ,lil I rl ,N it Y .. 1 1x5 L11 a 12 ,X , x i ff if If f i 3 r fe' -I 'x X. 1 l fr 1 A A ff ',- W T d-. V V... ...,.... 3. H ' I l l i g F MN GEORGE PLAIN . FLOYD F. POPE EVERETT D. SHAFFER Aurora, Illinois Naperville, Illinois 'QFirst Semesterj Shannon, Illinois LAURA C. PUTNAM CARYL SARGENT Jackson, Michigan Naperville, Illinois STANLEY RADDATZ ERVIN M. SCHENDEL Madison, Wisconsin fFirst Semester, Albertville, Minnesota M. VERENA RIKLI DOROTHY R. SCHAFER Naperville, Illinois DCIWCF, Colorado Page 67 I wk I I 55' 7 ., ff, 4 I I J il I f fl l iii J H lg 1. i x l lgl, , X ' 4 1 f , Q "I 'v .7 f. ., 4, 1, fr V ' s I . ifn X , s , 'ig , 3 1 Y Q, 1. ,X rf lr IJ ,Q I l fa , . .lr 4 1 K , H I 4 J 'l l x f i l 3 2 R 3 3 I if i 3 3 F 1 J I l V l l I 1 Z 3 l 1 il 3 ii 5 i l I 3 l l i il 4 1 5 3 l 1 i 2 3 5 Q 1 I 5 l , 3 2 I i Il 'I E I S 3 fi I as 4 5 I 1 .1 i 5 i 3 5 5 I i fx l 1 i ,.. 4 V- . ., l I H -- .4 .1 I FREDERICK G. ZIETLOW REUBEN WALKER DALE B. VETTER Norwalk, Wisconsin I Loveland, Colorado Hooppole, Illinois ELMA WUERTZ THELMA L. WILLIAMS Halstead, Kansas BETTY SCHILLING Urbana, Indiana VERNA ZICK MARY E Rochester, Minnesota Page 70 Ferndale, Michigan MATHILDA ZIMDARS Clintonville, Wisconsin LIZABETH WETMORE Eola, Illinois r 5 in Jifiesa. ,, J, vi, N, 54 F 3 1 ,f if F .EH R Q12 'T 4 I 1 if 1 r . I Q, . ,v , I l 1 X l a f I i .l " ' 1 l 1 x , Y x 3 . 'il 4. i ua Jrji' fi J 5 'XX ix, WE K ei .ff g . 3 if tl 55 2: i I l x X il x Q If ., F It 7 E :QM tx I ff l K l . 5- H 'St Y., T 2 l 4 f:- , V E. U1 R' F' sf ,-7 ,gf 'T ww if fi . , - 5, ag, lg 4, if '2-K tu F, W ,P N X, if. Wm 4 if 1- , v t. 1. V, f fn' , as :C .151 5- 27 gy, , I 5 , .f F! r ,xg .1 Ex 1 ,fl L ,Q .1 ff .H -L. ' , ' ,l 3, lit tl-P E Eb T PM CAMILLE A. ROUSSEAU ALBERT B. WAGNER OKEY R. SWISHER Aberdeen, South Dakota N. RUTH STARR Chicago, Illinois Qlfirst Semesterj ALICE W. WEBER Waterville, Kansas Culbertson, Nebraska Findlay, Ohio ELDA L. D. TAPRMEYER Kansas City, Missouri NORMA M. WOLEE Clifford, Ontario, Canada QFirst Semesterj . l I RUTH B. UMRACH RAMAH L. TRAPP v 1. 1 1 1 f r f f ' l , .f r, st, Q ia Y i ,K V . D , X . l , f l l . i lv i x, '., l ' . 'V J f . if il x P? 52 T . ,., r 1' 1 a s . l H A! if IE 'J ,f 1 .ef C ti if il if iii ll "E fl 5? il ls f' Fil 5' ,iff 3 fn' j 'lj F if it 2.53 R rf .V tl n J' . 1. , 1, ,4 ,. V Napervllle, Illinois . Dodge Center, M1HDCSOt3 , 4' Page 69 'T x VI 5- -fix r ,wil in: . t, , 29, ca fiv '-iii A LJ 'H 23 3,1 Eau fri ax fi if . f X 'X If X X A - ,-A A X , . -4 -- , . X X X l X ' f . X X f l SS CLA ORE SOPHOM THE 3 S 2 Page 72 J X I I X I 4 I 'if X,X X X Ji ff X , X I XA XX X Xya X X 4 , XX v . kgulw Q 5, X gl ff 1 ff X11 5 ,4 W 5, X :X j 7 I LN, -1 A I. '1 X1 X Xgg Ml Z 'Q 5 I 5 f . X X X x i E Xu WW 1 1 1 ? 1 1, I 1 1 1 1 11, 1 . . N -1 E, - I lm 17. Li 5 ,. V "fm rug -7' ,r gi, --1" 1-1-N ,EK ,A -.TT Ps , 1 1 11- K4 H, 1l,- 1- gl 1 -, 111 I .. 1.1 ...l.. L - - 1- 1 1 .1 -,1 1l L-1 11! IX 1. Q N -.. ,,. 'CJ 'I-1 -,L C., .1 R Rl., S l 1 1 l i"'1 ,, N, is 1 KVQX ,X X ,1 11 1 xl 1 f il 1,1 l. .,, 1 1 li 1.13 Xi1 1.1 4,1 1. 1 1 .51 I lg 1.11 '511 Ll 1. 11 1,11 11' '11 .1 11 .X 11 ,f .'1 1, 1- If I 11 '- 11' xl, :3 11 E1 1 ,1JFJ 1 1 I gy :fix l ALICE I. MILLER NELDA My MILLER ANNETTE C. AMY Adell, Wisconsin Adell, Wisconsin Naperville, Illinois 7' .iA QSecond Semester, QSecond Semesterj nfl! 1 VERNON L. STEINFORD ERNEST E. PIEPER Alida, Kansas Elwood, Nebraska. V1 15' I . Y ff - CHESTER CHAN WATT MYERS, JR. , . ll ll Canton, China Fostoria, Ohio fFirst Semester, 1 1 ARLINE B. SMITH RAMONA M. PHILLIPS Aurora, Illinois Aurora, Illinois 1 Page 71 1 1 f 1 l11 .., 1: -1 11 -1 V, 1 .1 FT F? 151 ,:. ,1- ii ff' 5, ,, 1' l 1 1 51 11 ' 1 1 -1 '1 X l 1 1 1 . I f V, I l I 1 1 1, li l1 1 . ' i ff 1 ,, 1 1 5 I 11 11' ii ' 1, L. E' lf It li 1, 1 4 :Q 1 is l 1 l ga l Lf' ' 11. L 1, fi l. 1.- rid' if zz 11 rg ij 51 if 1: f. g. 51 1, 1 IT lil ,I Ii ,'1 1. 11 1 1 Q1 If . I' sf Q zz? 5 I 1 1: 1 F 1 1, 7' E' fr 1, f If F' 1V 5' 1' , .1 L1 1.2 T4 is .J 'I R, -I RQ 1, xx ff: li 1, 1 1 V3 5 ' 1 1, .Q - .. 11 1? fl 11' 5 fi 115 51 ll 11 12 .4 ,. 5,1 31 .1 1 l ' Q ll if ll. ET 1-1 1 I If I E1 1 11:5 f 'ii 1 32' J lj ll fa 11 1-1 El' I 1 21' V I 2 31 'Q ,. 1 f K L -' .Vx 2 " -.,, T .. Page 74 SS CLA AN H ES FR THE THEQIQIQ SPECTRUM 'SUDHO DE IZFICEIQS JOYCE A. STIEFBOLD ARTHUR E. HILL Secretary Treasurer Naperville, Illinois Newark, Illinois WILLIAM KIMMEL JOHN F. SCHAEFER President Vice President Naperville, Ill.inois Naperville, Illinois HERE is no one quite so wise as a Sophomore. He is the one who is cognizant with the ways of the college. He is the one who has laid away the green cap. He is past the point where an adolescent inferiority com- plex makes him bow before upperclassmen, and yet he is not to that stage in collegiate evolution where he begins to sense the fragmentary nature of his knowledge. It is wonderful to be a Sophomore and if we only never had to suffer disillusionment about ourselves and the world. But time moves, and with it we too pass on. Soon we will find ourselves juniors and then begins that terrible disillusionment. Page 7 "YF--..--.....-... A , n V N, f. 4 , L w A, .25 ,V . 4 - K w , 1 V N, . , f-4, ,, , 1' ,X . , , A ,,,f,, x 1 .1 W, - f f . 1, 1, K '-.' . VW. , - '- , K," "W " Af ,vw :ff q f, ,, , f ,M .. A ur K. ,, V-,WW f . ,M-M. . ,IA ,,4- f, ,, I V ,rf ,, , , bw f ,f , k M., 13271 , ,,,,,, ,, , W j Y!m,.,,2:? -f L..'.fNW- If Y - ,i,fx,,,.,. M347 lg ,W ,, A k xii X fi ,,,,:.,yih-1 " ', if-T .f f . ff '5 ,.,j xW'7"T" A I, QL-1" 'f , "H . , f V gf' 'W7' ,V -rf-rf If WWW -V K, , Wm 4 9,1 ,www f f . , n fi? ffk 'l , ,' . .- x J 1 THE 1929 SPECTRUM FIQESHMAN DFFICEIQS EDWARD LUss TRUMAN CLAUS President I V ice President Buffalo, New York Ottawa, Illinois LILA URBAUER DOROTHY KIMMEL Treasurer Secretary Naperville, Illinois Naperville, Illinois VERY Freshman class' is the same. When we enter college We impatiently look forward to the time when We can put away the green and be Sopho- Qvg gfigmf mores and eventually upper-classmen. All youth is the same. It must hurry on to maturity. But once We are Seniors, We look back upon the Freshman year with fond memories of it having been in many Ways the best in college. Just to think of the tug-of-War, the pushball, the sack rush, our first Homecoming, the first basketball game, and our first Booster Day, makes us Wish that We were again Freshmen. Good luck, Frosh! One fourth of the journey is over. Page 75 Page 78 L., P ' ,, H ' 73, -v . . 4 ' A 1 -.ph , x ,, ??g5 e,g, - A' . X Huff, 4 A N - 'R x mf- if f Liza, ' -MQ -.z ,Jig-37 4 ..,v,,Ak.. S "5'fVQS'. 1 r ' 'i'i'.,4 . 5 5 :Q f 1 T-8, V A I n V 5 , J,:M,kk 4. xg.. 2 -fl Q' ., ,, Y ml' T57 X I I ,N-.,, , .Mwq - M ,fy a,c""'L, . - ' r ,i,v,Q ACT IT lil ,. A1 ,a. A 1+ . ., .,,f ng 4 ' ,. ,.,-42' 4: ...st . ff f Ai ' 5 ix" el, Z if-E31 X, M , f fag j . x PM mei X- ff' , , I f ,f1.1f' ,,,:, 1545. .3"-if 3,5 'T-In 03, q3v,L.5?,.k1, Q 5, ,pi ,, -Q .,,,,. f L. VM, 'iw 'rf . ,Ny - . f -. H ww .. 3.9-,f,: -'em Wm fm., NSW-.L,'.:f, ., N . . ,Mg ,:.,,.4.-fm,--,N. ww-. , 0' g".ikf'2ial1"l Q- ' .' f- 1 .- Z 'S 1 'tif " Q K ini if ggifig- :.!l:.5?rsv-if -L ,C 15,3 JV,-wi53,?v5J54 i if f1 ' if 7, ,S4-?"- 2 5 ' 5-2fT'f47'f2:':' ,K M, f, .x, ,- - 4.,.,M . , ,,.-.hy f .,,aZg1.j'.: ,. W' I -f Nik. yy, Q., , ..,.,, gf .V ew Mg-2 2 . 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Since the introduction of this system a gradual but steady growth has occurred, assuring us that the idea is not an experi- ment, but that it is a working reality. North Central today has a high type of Student Council which is the medium of student opinion in all matters which concern any phase of College activity, whether it concerns the class or the individual. The three-fold purpose of our student self-government is to- maintain a high stand- ard of student body conduct, to provide means of expression for student opinion on subjects pertaining to the College, and to enable students themselves to regulate all matters not strictly academic. With these aims realized, the student feels a sense of personal responsibility that will be beneficial toward developing the type of citizenship needed in the world. Q The Council meets twice each month to consider any questions- relative to organiza- tions, classes, and activities. The organization of the Council includes representatives from each class, from each major student organization, from the Academy, and from the Faculty. The Council during the past year has drawn up and adopted a new honor system. It has revised the point system whereby the Council regulates the activities of the stu- dents. It has also been responsible for the Homecoming and the Booster Day celebra- tions. All elections in the college are conducted under the supervision of the Council. Each year of its existence finds student self-government holding a greater place in the student life of the College. But upon every student rests the responsibility of stu- dent government, in order that it may achieve its highest aims. 3 I Page 79 Nl 'lvl I. I ' J Paige 82 ?-an -xrixg Q54 THE'192Q SIDECTIQCLVNI TI-Ili CULLEIEE . M. C. A. fx, HE Young Men's Christian Associatio-n of North Central College is one of Q QV ggi' the oldest organizations upon the campus. From the date of its establish- fi? TQ ment in 1873 to the present time the Association has justified its presence, 5295559 .-L and has go-ne through the successive changes of thought and expression in much the same manner and process as the college as a Whole has done in adjusting itself to the changing times. The chief aims of the College Y. M. C. A. stress the spiritual side of life and every 'man upon the campus is eligible for membership in the Association When he accepts these aims: 1. To lead students to faith in God through Jesus Christ. 2. To lead students into membership and service in the Christian Church. 3 To promote their growth fundamentally through prayer and Bible-study, as Well as to stimulate a Well-rounded development of mind and body. ' 4. To promote a positive moral and religious college spirit. 5 To challenge students to devote themselves, in united effort with all Christians, to make the will of Christ effective in human society, and to extend the King- dom of God throughout the World. The means of achieving these aims are numerous and varied. Speakers of note in their respective fields are secured to keep the students in touch with as broad a per- spective of life as possible. Special chapel and vesper services are often rich in infor- mation and inspiration to students interested in social, religious, economic, and political relations. .The Y. M. C. A. is entirely a campus organization. All the funds for its support are received from the College students and faculty members. A11 Work is done volun- tarily, in a spirit of service, and much credit is due this group of men Who give of their time to keep the standards of North Central high. Page 81 ,, 1.5 2, Q ,U f-EN fvinx 1 Yr- .ei H RT7.. rw 6 I M, , Ai, gl, ,Rug ti, , JI, Ln YQ , J , A. ' 'Sf' 5' U- ,V ' L, I I WILLIAM H. LANE WILLIAM A. GOODCHILD ALFORD H. MCLAUGHLIN Co-Editor QFirst Semester, Publisher QFirst Semesterj ' Editor Publisher fSecond Semesterj RUSSELL OBRIGHT . Associate Editor OKEY SWISHER . Associate Publisher HE STAFF STANELLE, KOCH, MCCREDIE, BERGER, MEHLHOUSE MARKS, SCHULZ, COMPTON, KENAS, HERKNEII, VAN NORMAN SWISHER, LANE, GOODCHILD, MCLAUOHLIN, DIDIO, SCHAEFER Page 84 Al if f if! 1 .Y 5. Lf I. w M E -4 '-N., 1-It I X X I i if W, Qi KI, I , . 5 I I li fl I W 1 I Y 1 I A S s I .1 I I , 5 I , Q ! 14 if Tl-ME 11929 SIDECTRUNI Tl'lIfllCOLLIfI3If . W. C. A. HE College Y W C A of North Central, which was 0-rganized in 1875, 5652 like the Y 'VI C A IS the second oldest organization of its kind in the Q n,F??' . . . I . state. The aim of the organization is to meet the needs of the students in a religious and social Way. It is the belief of the Christian Associations that a well rounded social calendar is conducive to the best development of the fourfold personality. 'To this end has been dedicated the social program of the year. Some of the social activities of the p-ast year which were under the joint direction of the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A. were the Frosh Luncheon, the Term Social, the Stag, the Girls' Social, the various Christ- mas parties, and the Stunt Night which Was. an innovation. The joint Cabinets, together with the Faculty and the Student Council, sponsored the Christian World Education Institute which was held upon our campus February 28 to March 1. At this time speakers from the various countries and races of the World spoke at special meetings, at chapel, and in the various classes. The Cabinets also sponsored the Week of Prayer. The leader of this year's meet- ings Was Rev. A. Heck of Schuylkill College at Reading, Pennsylvania. The regu- lar Fellowship and Vesper services were held. During the past year a greater number of Joint Fellowships were held and at a large number of these, suitable dramatic productions were presented by members of the class in Play Production. The Y. W. C. A., like the Y. M. C. A., conducts a reading room in which there are suitable newspapers and books provided for the students. The entire work of the Y. W. C. A. is in the hands of the students, who are also the sole contributors to the financial program of the organization. Page 83 THE 13oLLlieE BAND NE of the most popular organizations on the campus is the College Band. N o organization is more instrumental in keeping up a lively spirit among the students than a good band. During the past football season the band played at all of the home games and accompanied the team to- Lake Forest for the annual battle with the Gold Coasters. During the basketball season the band Was to be seen in the balcony of the gym, pepping it up before the game and between halves. The success of the band is attributed to Professor Henderson, the director, who is also Instructor in Band Instruments in the School of Music. His painstaking direction and personal interest have made possible the calibre of Work done this year. The training derived is valuable not only from the musical angle but from the social and reat deal of credit for the popularity of the band must also be given to Ralph E. Pattullo, student director of the band. intellectual as Well. A g Page 86 NI vivf x I I I Q f V 5 i l 1 l i " 2 351 gi ml ig ,S r? 9? F" F. 55 if EQ 1, fs- H E2 57 sr? M 51 5 , ig N ,J 25 G s vi px X f 1 'f 53 f "V ' J 5 J 4 , J , s 3 'X 'C :fix 52 Ps "sf, W 'ffm' T I Q? if 1? iff' gf A-f sf' N if sf g ff! 'S 555 ff! fu ng f 5, L- E 'Q QQ fi SWA -sg LZ' R" A? Q? ,wg pq, 57 '41 go fn 59' an -537 43' Iv if A if ' r X I X is 2 'Y' " V" ,QS 1, 'X-V .1 iff 'fx S-kv sf- -. A-.Q-4 --E 1 is Q sw is as lei f MELVIN VV. HERKNER LoYn W. UEBELE Editor Publisher CONSTANCE DYNES . Associate Editor LAWRENCE OSBORNE Associate Publisher ESTAFF ERNE, STRUTZ, STANELLE, COMPTON HARR, HERKNER, UEBELE, OSBORNE, MYERS Page 85 THF 1910 SQECTRUM Back Row Cleft to rightl: Allen, Caldwell, Thiel, DeVeny, Faust, Schmidt, Deckinger, Crain, Middle Row: Vogel, DiDio, Attig, Hill, Walker, Faist, Zimdars, Messner, Cole, Front Row: Schafer, Juhnke, Young, Anderson, Kaatz, Kimmel, Classen, Danner, I-Ili M N'S Gllflf CLUI3 HE Men's Glee Club is one of the most popular organizations upon the campus. Early in the school year tryouts are held, and from the large 'iii CTC: . . , number of candidates, about thirty men are selected for the Winter squad. I-ss ieowoiiz The greatest incentive to work is perhaps the desire to make the sum- mer traveling squad. Each spring after the annual home concert, twelve men are selected for the summer squad. For the remainder of the school year these men go through intensive practice and drill. Immediately after the dismissal of school, this squad makes an extended trip covering approximately an eleven-week period. This concert tour has increased every year until it extends from the Atlantic to the Pacino, and includes Canada as well as almost every State in the Union. The 1928 summer tour covered the Eastern States and Eastern Canada. In addi- tion to the concerts every evening, the club visited many places of historical and scenic interest around Boston, NeWiYork, Washington, and Philadelphia. The 1929 squad will make a tour of the Western States. Page 88 if l -1 r 4' -xyvq Pl? e f 4 1,53 X- THIE 1919 SDEETIRIUNI rl-Ili CULLEIEE QIQCHESTIQA gn HE North Central College Orchestra has had a most successful year under S492 the directorship of Professor Reiners, Instructor in Violin in the School of Qgjsvggbfjv Music. Professor Reiners has shown to the members of the orchestra the ,ivy-Q .L necessity for attention to details of technique and expression, and above all, has raised the ideal of what beautiful music should be. The College Qrchestra offers real experience to the student of violin or other orchestral instruments. ,Nothing but the best in musical compositions is studied. To a community that loves music as North Central does, the annual Orchestra concert is a musical treat. t Any person with orchestral ability is eligible for membership in the orchestra. Early in the school year a try-out was held, to which all those interested in orchestral Work responded. A very Well balanced musical organization was the result. Page 87 PRESENTING THE UCREATION,H PFEIFFER HALL, MAY 23, 1928 T If IQATDIQIU ASSUC AT UN NE of the most unique musical organizations at North Central is the Ora- torio Association. Itis the most democratic in nature, composed as it is of over two 'hundred members. 'Practically every student who desires a chance at :musical expression may Hnd an opportunity in this organization. Last year the "Creation', by Haydn was presented. The solo Work was again taken by Chicago artists of national reputation, and the evening's program furnished ample variety with beautiful arias and brilliant choral numbers intermingled. The interest and cooperation of the members, who include professors, students, and townsfolk, coupled with Professor Pinney's untiring efforts and expert interpretation of the great choral masterpieces has again made the Oratorio a success. Page 90 7', I' 5. KM 4. i E g- TPE 1919 SPECTRUM Back Row Qleft to rightjz Heydt, Smith, Herr, Enz, Arends, Givler, Good, Berger, Kimmel, Keiser, Woolverton. Middle Row: Voss, Saecker, Bleck, Nolting, George, Voight, Classon, Brandt, Steiner, Williams, Ackerman, Powers. Front Row: Williams, Beecher, Bergland, Behr, Dreier, Putnam, Schroeder, McVVatters, Korf, Schoen- leben, Poole. If IEIDLS' Gllflf CL . EMBERSHIP in the Girls' Glee Club is also determined by a system of tryouts held early in the school year. About thirty girls are selected for the Winter squad which practices throughout the fall and Winter months. The annual concert is given in the spring after which the members of the summer traveling squad are selected. Twelve girls are selected for the summer squad and like the men for the rest of the school year are engaged in intensive practice and drill. The summer tour of the girls, club is not as extended as that of the men. Last summer the girls traveled as far West as the Rockies, while this year the tour will cover the Eastern States. The Glee Clubs in their summer tours not only aim to- give concerts of a very high calibre but also aim to advertise North Central. The programs and the tour are arranged with this in mind. ln addition the members of the club personally encourage a large number of young people to consider North Central. Page 89 A' l 3. -"QQ . ' 1 -uf, THE H STU Y ELLIS A. SENTY QPres.Jg L. LEHN QVice-Pres.Qg M. STANELLE CSecy.-Treas.j T Ii HDME ECDNUM CS CL M. ECK1 CPres.Dg H. BEEBE CVice-Pres.jg M. HUGHES QSecy.-Treas.j Page 92 if - -- fi J ' ' T' J, 1, f ' , If CLASSICA C J. STIEFBOLD QPres.5g K. SEEBACH CSecy.jg K. OVERMYER CTreas.j I 1 x S GMA DHD GAMMA M. BRANDT CPres.jg A. WILLIAMS fVice Pres.jg B. STEINER CSecy.Dg P. LANG QTreas.j Page 91 THE 1919 sneermnum ,l Back Row Cleft to rightjz Kaatz, Young, Kaiser, Brockhaus, Oliver. Front Row: Chan, Zimmerman, Mizener, Berger, Koch, Schellig, Blank. THE IEULIDEN TRIANGLE CLUB EMBERSHIP in the Golden Triangle Players is determined by dramatic talent, merit, and interest in the affairs of the stage. Weekly performances are given before the members of the club. These take place in the Little Theater on the fourth Hoor of Old Main. These Weekly productio-ns are studied and criticized, and it is in these productions that the members experiment with the new and untried. These performances also encourage would-be actors who secure experience in this Way. I Public performances are managed entirely by members of the club. Scenery, elec- trical and lighting effects, costumes and all the other little details which go to make a successful play are under the supervision of members of the club. The officers of the Players are: ALVIN KAISER President . Vice-President . - VANESSA KOCH Secretary . . VIOLA BLANK Treasurer . . ROBERT YOUNG Historian . MILDRED SCHELLIG Page 94 fi' fi iff b 14 ,' , If 1 'E ,J fi 1-I 1 1, ' X U M X. X 1 + , ,, MA il! V Y LN' , -x w Mjj 'F f' f f , f 1, fi ' xQ ew G jp l ni ff K fl 615 x af Rx, 'I V Z NE ff if V! I gf ff , ff . 1 , J 1 lj U mi SEAQEIQ ASSUCIATIUN XX, C. HECKENDORN CPres.jg S. GUTKNECHT CVice-Pres.Dg VV. HARR CSec'yjg E. SCHENDEL CTreas.j 5 - R N me a-2 ff: 1: 1' , , 1 N 'g L N wx , Ls , X 0 x F , ! X X , E:-' V XM ci ' li V. 5 , Q J 1 V' v z 3 2 A X1 1 f 5 AK, ' M. SIUDENI ULUNIEEIQ ff BAN l M. SCHMIDT QPres.jg J. PLAXTON CVice-Pres.jg F. BRANDAUER QSecy.-Treas.j , V!! Page 93 'fl-,uf-3. .M fri X - 4 - I THF 1929 SDECTRUM MILTON BROEKER DR. C. J. ATTIG CLIFFORD R. MILLER ' President S ecretary- Treasurer V i ce-President OF V DI GAMMA Mu National Social Science Honor Fraternity W AIM "Cooperation in the scientific study of human problems." MOTTO . "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." Page 96 THE 'llflllq SDECTRUN1 MMLQ1 l SCENE fl? MWIND IN TI-IE SCU H99 November 3, 1928 fxc HE presentation by the Golden Triangle Players of the play I'Wind in the I LTI 4 , , . South" provided a fitting climax for the 1928 Homecoming festivities. This three-act play, written by Edward Staadt, was very successfully pre- , .r L . . . A"?VffQJii5 - sented to one of the lar est audiences ever attending any production at as , no g North Central. The production, under the direction of Professor Oliver gave the players an un- usual opportunity to display their ability. The scenes of the play took place in a typical German home, and the brogue which was carried throughout the play was very Well done. In this play We find the story of the ,commotion in the German community caused by the returning soldier who brings home with him the Italian girl as his bride. The cast of the play was as follows: CHARLES DANIELS . GLADYS BERGER VANESSA KOCH . TORREY KAATZ Mr. Werner . . . . . Mrs. Werner . . Elsie, their daughter . . . John, their son ..... Marie, Italian girl, John's wife . . MILDRED SCHELLIG . HERMAN BROCKHAUS . HELEN MIZENER . VALERA BEYLER . IVIOLA BLANK Pietro, Italian peddler . . . Mrs. Sechler, a neighbor . Dora, her daughter .... Mrs. Wirklin, another neighbor . . Page 95 THE I 2 DECTFL' Schmidt Schafer Brockhaus Mizener Senn Weihin Prof. Oliver Mehlhouse Zimdars IDI IYAIDDA DELTA I KAPPA DELTA 'honoraiy public speaking fraternity has a strong c a local chapter considerably higher than the general requirements Illinois Iota Chapter has always been among the leaders in the field of speech in the fraternity To become a candidate for membership in th1s fraternity, a person must distinguish himself in some branch of forensics Each year the local fraternity sends a representative to either the regional or na tional contests, and representatives from the Illinois Iota Chapter have always placed high in both contests. Professor G E Ollver faculty member of the local chapter is also director of the Illinois province Page 98 1 9 Q S 4 I M Q 1 r h p' AQ ter on the campus of North Central College. With the standards of the I I THE 1929 slvecrmeum Wagne1', Davis, Van Norman, Jordan, Kimmel, Vetter, Schoeller Prof. VVhite, Ranseen, Gronewold, Swartz, Zegers mi ENGLISH cum 'wi HE English Club was organized in the spring of 1928 for the purpose of 7,2 'QQ' stimulating critical research in literature and of evoking ereatlve Writing. 1 f 1 h h 1 b ' h h t vvas C t t at SUC 3, C U. Was necessary, since t ere Was H0 ef Ofgafll - free - r i 191159 L, zation on the campus which served as a stimulus to those W o are inter- ested in literary work. It is the intent of the club that its members be familiar with the great mass of English literature, andiits main tenet is that good writing co-mes from assimilating by thorough study the excellencies of the best that has been thought and Written in thepast. Candidates for membership are suggested by the head of the ent and are voted into the club on the basis of some original Work, creative or critical. At the meetings which are held bi-monthly, members submit stories, poems, and essays-all of which must undergo the criticism of the group. Members must keep in mind the idea of publication concerning everything they submit. departm The officers of the club are as follows: - President . . DAVID H. GRONEWOLD Vice-President . . ALICE E. SWARTZ Secretary-Treasurer JOYCE D. RANSEEN Librarian . . . BERNARD H. ZEGERS Page 97 1 fr fi 'IT Q! mu sl if W ' A N LJ al I L -Jw , x x, 1 ' w ' f .J .L-.L ,N-. M., ' -K -1 'H ' VAIQSITY DEIBATEIQS ROY HEITKE, JOSEPH LEVERENZ, ERVXN SCHENDEL, JOHN SCHAEFER WILBUR SCHAFER, FREDERICK FAIST, ALVIN KAISER Page 100 R THE 1929 SDECTFAU Znndais Senn Brockhaus Schafei Mizener Piof Oliver Berger TI-IE F IQENS C IBUAIQID CUNTIQ I. QRTH CENTRAL COLLEGE has always been represented by forensic , ,' kai. g teams of the highest calibre Debate for both men and women Oratory N and Extempore Speaking are the branches inwhich most of the activity A che centers The Forensic Board of Control directs all of these activities, and has a representative on the Student Council to represent the forensic activities on the campus. t The Work of the year includes such activities as the intercollegiate and interclass debates, the Miller, Heatherton, and Good Contests and the special Open-Forum dis- cussions which are held for educational purposes. During the past year the F 0'I'CHS1C Board sponsored a debate between the Women's team of the British universities and North Central. The subject for the debate was upon the Co-education Question It IS not the plan of the Board to develop several persons and to build up a strong individual team but to give training and practice to a large number of persons The Forensic Board of Control is a member of the Illinois Intercollegiate Forensic Association as well as a member of the lNIid-West Conference and participates in the activities of both associations Page 90 1 ff 1 I 4 2 5 'Qi Cx :An V- if .1 1 , 151 iv! ,H ,. 12 Xi, Q2 1 F1 L . ,A ,T 3-4 if if A Tj' Lf js' ,lf 7 , 1 J H 4 Tl M2 1 V- ,x , Le s- .5 'ljx ig, , Q c'- i 3 aft 3? gs fri fi ff ,fe M EV' I f :V 'f .Y .. l , ra rx 'fx ai EQ H1 'si , Lg 53 it :I . . ff . v x 91 f EE M Q21 ii ,SV as uf L i Q wx z M M M P: 55? fig? 5 . Ji L f If 3 af 13' Yx qv ge if gf Q F1 Z if , 5 ff ia if fy A' A E U ,v .4 M ' H J I w A 1 , A ,I 'V W. I +2 4 VAIQSITY IDEIBATEIQS ELLA WEIHING, GLADYS BERGER, DELTA UTz1NcsR, VIOLA BLANK HELEN MIZENER, GLADYS DENNXSON GLADYS EDER is , 61 . 23 L1 i I 3 , 41 ,A 1 ..! .1 J -a .1 . if J E3 A VA ' v J Lf 1 25 f I3 62 , M4 is 1' Y 7 1 5 Pagg IQ2 L ef. uf -1 Q? c v ,. ,- .a LS ' f Ii lo .,1 I Q 2 'SLP ll , ,T , ,ff- 1 if i ,f , , 2, -"N rw - 24. Q... 1 -4 1 f '- ' N ' . 4 1 f f..- 4.4. y 1. 1 A , .4 gf , . ., A . , E X ,W be V .C ' 1' ' ,J f',. ' N 'T is "f"' " :P I L i Q, ,lf CQ, ww f st , Z, :xl VAIQSITY DEIBATEIQS OSCAR GRAUBERGER, HERMAN BROCKHAUS, EDWARD ZIMDARS, ERIC SENN PEARL MEHLHOUSE, OREY SWISHER, MARIANNE MEHLHOUSE 1' I 4 Sl? '1 v 2 x. 'ifx , S gf ,UI 3: 3, 'f J. wi' Epi R E A A 1 Q , ia. fs -,1 1s ..- gm ffl 1 ff 5 f A M x 1 s K+, Xia. Y" u T. ., v L M mi 4 an 1 if ln A-, if .lv .fm "J ki A ! 1 ff' I J 1 1 R X tx 2 if x N JU l 1 QQ, an pa 4 'few J sf li Er E 5 .F RI A A W JF asf .Rf is ii, . A is 12 if ,eff A 1 , 37 if fd 1 ., ' Q-: I Page 101 :EN 7 r g x s 4 if '. R I .1 rw' ' .1 if 3 F , Y R P I H z X 4 , gf J ,Z :rf Hg A 5, ff 5 sf I 335 32 E I ti Y al Qn TU X V yi E., i x f any g 1 5 - ASS DEBATE! S H0 IEE IEIIQL DEIBATEIQI BERGMAN, DENN1soN, MIZENER CCoachJ, ZAGER, MEHLHOUSE f FIQESHMAN IEIIQL X DEIEATEIQI BERNDE, DUNLAP, VVEIHING CCoachj, FISHER, GINGRICH Page 104 u 'E V' W" E-Ti V EF CLASS DEBATES BRANDT, SEYBERT, DEABLER SUDHUMIDDE MEN DEIBATEIQS BOETTCHER, SENN CCoachj, KRING, GRAHAM EIQESHMAN MEN DEIBATEIQS Page 103' THE 1929 SDEIETIQU Although the moral achievements of a race are always equal and never surpass the intellectual development, the moral ideal of the race may be far superior. At first this may sound a bit paradoxical but when we consider how man receives his moral ideals it doesn't seem so strange. The moral ideals of the race never come from the people themselves, they always come from the leaders, the men of genius, the prophets, who are centuries and civilizations ahead of their time in their thought life. Once a moral ideal has been expressed by a superior intellect it is easy for the masses to pick it up and claim it as their own. However, the attainment of this adopted moral aspiration can never be accomplished until the intellectual level of the race rises to the level of the superior intellect which originally conceived the ideal. The moral ideals of a race are only as high as its greatest thinkers, the moral achievements of a race are only as great as its commonest intellect. The highest moral ideal which has yet been conceived by man is the ideal of uni- versal fraternity, universal brotherhood, world peace. In terms of our present civiliza- tion it is no new ideal. The early Greek leaders :must have had some conception of it for we find them attempting to organize their independent tribes through the Amphic- tyonic Council in order to obtain harmonious and united action. Even the martial Roman Empire must have had a vision of this ideal for it spread the kiss of peace, "Pax Romana," over all the territories which it had conquered by sword and law. The popularity of Charlemagne's reign as a ruler of the Holy Roman Empire was largely due to the promise of peace which he gave to the war torn age. Even in the darkest gloom of the middle ages the intelligencia of the age, the church, kept alive the ideal of universal fraternity by declaring every now and then, "Truces of God." In a later day we find King Henry VIH of France and his minister, Sully, aspiring to the ideal of universal peace through "The Grand Design," a confederacy of the states of Europe in order to promote friendly relationships. Later came the organiza- tion of the Hague Tribunal in an effort to realize the ideal of the ages. Twenty-six nations pledged themselves to this effort to obtain wo-rld peace. Then there was drawn up between the United States, Great Britain, and thirty other countries, the Bryan Treaties, in an endeavor to create international good will. Within the experience of all of us is the organization of the League of Nations and its accessory body, the World Court. Forty-two nations signed the charter of this confederation as an expression o-f their desire to achieve a better world understanding. Then came the Disarmament Conference at Washington in which the powers of the world united in a single effort to outlaw war. The most recent, the contemporary attempt to .make real the ideal of perm-anent peace is of course the Kellogg Peace Pact which was ado-pted by the United States but a few weeks ago and has been nominally accepted by the other nations of the world. For centuries the world had been striving to accomplish the ideal of universal peace, each age has had its scheme to do away with war, yet historians have always been kept busy recording battles. Several years ago we fought "a war to end war" but since then chroniclers have been industriously recording border disputes, international argu- ments, martial combat. Nor is their work comp-leted yet. The world today is not ready for universal peace, the intellectual level of the race has not yet risen to the level of the ideal of world brotherhood. Without arguing for or against national defense and preparedness, the very fact that the powers of the world can conscientiously consider the Kellogg Pact and at the very same time increase their armament program is very good evidence that the intel- lect of the race has not yet come up to the level of the big ideal of world peace. Right in our own country, the introduction of the Cruiser Bill along with the Kellogg Pact proved a decidedly embarrassing situation and showed that we as a nation have not yet risen to the intellectual level of the universal peace ideal. Page 106 Nl I l lr. I THE 1929 SDECTTRU UIQATD HERMAN BROCKHAUS GLADY5 EDER Z 4 RATORY at North Central has occupied a prominent place in Forensics V It Q53 XY for many years During the past year Mrs Eder and Mr Brockhaus g ' e . o , 1 ' ' very ably represented the college in the State Oratorical Contest, which li 2-'?1'f1QQ - ' QQW'FA QQ was held at McKendree College These persons also represented North Central at the Wisconsin-Illinois Province Convention of Pi Kappa Delta. i Mr. Brockhaus took third place in the State Contest and was the winner of the Miller Contest at North Central., Mrs. Eder was awarded fifth place in the State Contest and placed third in the Miller Contest. NTELLECT AN D DIQALIT HERMAN H. BROCKHAUS Third Place in Illinois Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest The moral ideals of' a race are only as high as its greatest thinkers, the moral achievements of a race are only as great as its commonest intellect. The ages have cast a veil of mysticism about the morality of man until it is quite common for .us to think of :man's morality in terms of the supernatural, the spiritual, the divine. However, modern pragmatism and modern realism have parted the mystic veil and reveal man's morality to us as a quality which is very natural, very human, and very real. The morality of man is directly related to the intellect of man, it is responsible to the intellect. The moral achievements of arace are always equal to the intellectual standards of the race, they never surpass them. lVIorality and intellect are parallel developments. For evidence to prove that there is a direct relationship between morality and intel- lect, one need but recall his study of Zoology and psychology. Among the nongre- garious animals there is a complete absence of moral restraint, but as one ascends the animal scale he begins to find evidences of a moral sense. This moral sense increases as one goes higher in the scale and this increase is directly proportionate to the increase of the intellect. lllan is the highest being in the animal scale, his intellect is the most highly developed, proportionately his moral sense is also far superior. i Page 105 NI F L ,, ,X ,M V- knhmw f H ' ' W ' " H, ,f'..,"'?' ' , , nf 4 f f , ' f ? -' H,M,4w ,,A. QMM4 ,, ., 4 Q, , , , ,J ,xt I . f. V 4 'fla' 'W ' H Lib' ',vt"A' 1 f , -uw I, M .ww-,r I f f 2.2, 4 , , f ,QV zf , A I I , ,, W ,,,,,,f,7f.i,-,-,W-v-, ' A '14 I I A 4.,, ., ,, ' 1,13 mv, if ?,w'3f"j7."'ifg, ,Pr M , , ,, , Mm r f f:'..v'7f'x2M'q'4Lf f Q ' f N A 77 0 mf . MQ l'f.f,-Wfp' f , 3 ' , ,L , W' 'rA-M -,, I .X-. "A, A . ' Lf - 4 , W ,, , , X J n v f L I THE 1929 SDECTRU The fact that we have not yet achieved the ideal of world peace is not a cause for pessimism. When we consider that manls moral achievements are entirely dependent upon his intellectual development, the surprising fact is not that man has achieved as little, but that man has achieved so much. The intellect of a man is such a new attribute, such a recent acquirement. Professor Robinson, whom you all immediately recognize as the author of "The Mirid in the lVIaking," illustrates the recency of man's intellect with the diagram of a clock. It is no ordinary clock, for instead of repre- senting a single day, its twelve hours represent all geological time. The entire history of creation, from the foundation of the world, through the ages of evolution, culmi- nating in our present civilization, is cramped into twelve hours. In contrast to the hours of time involved in the creation of man's physical form and its accompanying instincts and emotions, manls intellect is only fifteen minutes old. It took eighty mil- lion years to create the brute, intellectual manghas been in existence for only "fifteen minutes." Man is a very young being, Millikin calls him a three-month-old child who but a minute ago was lying on his back playing with a rattle. In speaking of a man's intellect Thomas Edison recently said, "We can not know any more than one hun- dredth of one per cent of anything." We must not expect too much of ourselves. Because our generation, our civilization, does not achieve universal peace is no cause for us to establish immediate world peace, we are undertaking a task which is far superior to our present mental equipment. Intellectually we are struggling along with our A B C's, morally we are trying to read Browning. The true intelligent attitude to take toward world peace is not to hope for its imme- diate realization, but rather to look past today, past tomorrow, past the day after tomorrow, into future centuries, into future civilizations. Our immediate aim and purpose should be to raise the intellectual level of the race, for with the increase in intellectual development will come an increase in moral achievement. Each new gener- ation will be born with a greater aptitude for learning, each generation will be born with a greater capacity for moral achievement. Although it may seem an obscure method to obtain world peace, in raising the intellect of the race we shall be sinking a foundation on which future generations, future civilizations, shall build the super-race, a race whose intellect shall rise to the level of the greatest moral ideal, "Cn earth peace, among men good will." Page IOS Nl THE 1929 SPECTRUM IQEDIQEIENTATI E UIQTH CENTIQALITEI fx HE Spectrum Company of 1929 presents the Representative North Cen- tralites from the Class of 'Z9. Late in the first semester at a general elec- Qjjwgigj tion of the student body the persons, whose photos you see on the follow- eg9T.L4,,,,4,- ing pages, were selected by their fellow-students as the Senlormen and women who most closely typified the standards and ideals of North Central College. H520 N? J Mi I 5 Limif Milton M. Broeker, Vanessa I. Koch, Clifford R. Miller, and Helen Zahl have been selected as the most representative students of North Central College. Their photos appear on the following pages in alphabetical order, alternating with a photo of a most representative woman and a most representative man. The two men and the two women who were next highest in the election are also presented. These Honor Seniors are Herman Brockhaus, Alvin Kaiser, Mildred Schellig, and Margaret Stanelle. It is hoped that future classes will continue this election which we have inaugurated and that the selection as Representative North Centralite will become one of the greatest honors which can be bestowed upon members of the Senior Class, as this selec- tion includes scholarship, character, and service to the college and fellow-students. If this three-fold requirement is always kept in mind, future elections will be as success- ful as this, the first selection of Representative North Centralites. .T,,,.....-V ..V. Vf, KK .K- ,V , KK., K- V -, ,VV-K,, .. V. -V, -5. .-,V,V -- ' '. V Q ,-N f -uf. ,Aff .V hw- -- -- .'-ff-V51 if f ' .' wf?--V'V 7...-f -V V' ..-f- - zasghgp' 'V . ff. . gf -V J- -4,--'S ti- -Q K 2- ' .VL f -.5 A g :Vx ,fr--1 ' - x A-EYYLQ 'VV .V '- -' '- Q- V.-F3-T-'J':'1.Kf'-.-,i-'W'--VV', ' ' 5- -V . f - V V ' ,K W -V - . -J-F-VV +5 K. -' . JV- ,g ,-rpif2gQ,.51jfz,gg',' 111.4 Vip I H x ' f K gg' f - K ' K -Z, .- .2 KK MS KKK -KK- 5- K. 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H. ,, ., A, 1114 15A Yi 1 Chr' -- U I! f jf H ,, lv V, I, ff' if 1' fa 3 4 1 .1 n fr ' A 1 1 4 'x ,V ' e 1 Q, 4 I H X Q .Mx if 4 ff jf 41' J 1 2 XQN Q, 5 'X W xv H 1 N' xg IE 4 ,, 1 n .ff X w N, x v if f W 15 xx 3 N qx I, f A ff I Q! I 1 I 4 1 'ff ffl 1. 4 U5 I j1 ff ff X Fl .4 1 1, X 1 v N L . 5 . W T I E 1 --- 4 c r GORDON R. FISHER ' DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS URING the past three years Gordon R. Fisher has been Director of Ath- E letics at North Central. During this period athletics at North Central 29 have steadily improved until once again North Central is near the top in all branches of athletics. Fisher has changed the emphasis in all branches of athletics since coming to North Central, and Cardinal teams are now known for their Wonderful spirit of cooperation and good sportsmanship. Coach Fisher also is the founder of the Annual North Central Invitation Inter- scholastic Track and Field Meet, which in the three years of its existence has grown to be one of the biggest meets of its kind. Page 118 1 . vm - v 2' fx. ., H P- 1 -,. Y il, E 1 ' 5? .Ig 23 3 4. V J '- a ge: ' QQ I' I. 4 ,I. g? if I , 1'- If r 1, . .V A ' 'lr ' ' 1- w - if g 1 ? , , L 1, f mf 1 d n I , :bf 1 4 41 A 1. Q, E E1 ?,' i e Q, i , , r , ,ag 'E r, THE 1919 SPEETIVZUNI I X-Q, , A , ,,,., ., Ji , , Fourth Row Cleft to rightjz Brandt, Graham, Massier, Keck, Kluckhohn, Givler, Schneider, Johnson, Classen, WVa1ker, Fromm, Hoover CManagerJ. Third Row: Coach Fisher, Calvert, Kaercher, Mengedoth, Doenier, Tubach, Kaatz, Schmidt, Rosenow, Baumgartner, Assistant Coach Bieber, Assistant Coach Erffmeyer. Second Row: Olson, Kenas, Kerth, NVilliams, Pope, Kibler, Hall, Rousseau, Muller, Toburen, Davey. Front Row: R, Kaiser, Zimmerman, Koster, Steinford, Cook, Rosar, Schafer, A. Kaiser, Anderson, Marshall CAssistant Managerj. If 1928 VAIQSIT DUTIBALL SQUAD THE SEASON'S RECORD North Central . . O lVIonmouth . . 20 North Central . . 34 Aurora . O North Central . 7 Beloit . 0 North Central . . 25 Wheaton . 0 North Central . . 0 Lake Forest . 7 North Central . . 18 Mt. Morris . 0 North Central . . 0 Augustana . 20 North Central . . 0 Carthage .... 0 North Central . . 7 Milufaukee Normal . 7 Total Points . . 91 Opponents' Points . . 54 North Central Won 4 North Central lost 3 North Central tied 2 Page 120 S Z 4 iif THE .9 ., 3 C. LEONARD BIEBER Head Coach of Basketball and Baseball 192 Q SD GORDON R. FISHER Director of Athletics Head Coach of Football and Track HAROLD J. EIGENBRODT Tennis Page 119 ECTRUNI CLARENCE E. ERFFMEYER Assistant in Football THEAUQIQ SlDECTllZlij?W K., VERNON STEINFORD LESLIE TOBUREN JOHN HALL EARL RosAR North Central tvs. Wheaton FRED KIBLER After trying hard for four years, Steinford Won his letter as a guard on the 1928 team. John Hall, the two hundred ten pound guard from Aurora, was back at his old position and saw service in every game. Leslie Toburen took care of one of the tackle positions and laid low more than one play of the opposition. V Earl Rosar, the plucky little fullback from Minnesota, Who Weighs only a hundred fifty-five, again proved his Worth as a consistent ground gainer. Earl, only a Sopho- more, has two more years at North Central. Fred Kibler in his first year at North Central very capably filled one of the halfback positions, in addition to acting as Held general before being laid low by injuries. Fred has seen three years of competition at another school so will be ineligible for next year,s team. Page 122 ii .- if THE 1919 SPECTRUM I 9 1' CAPTAIN EDWARD HAWBECKER CAPTAUWELECT FLOYD POPE North Central -vs. Mt. Morris EMU. KENAS JOHN WILLIAMS Captain Eddie Hawbecker was only able to participate in the first three games of the season. Hawbecker suffered a severe knee injury in the Beloit game which kept him out for the rCSt of the season. Floyd Pope was unanimously selected as leader for the 1929 team. Floyd was one of the best centers seen in this section. Pope also saw more playing time than any other man during the past season. Emil Kenas after a year's layoff was back at his regular tackle position and per- formed in great style. Kenas was one of the big men in the line and handled his job effectively. John Williams had another good year at his end position. During the latter part of the season Williams was called upon to fill the job of field general and here too did good Work. Page 121 THE 1929 SPECTRUM ALVIN ANDERSON JAMES COOK CLIFFORD OLSON MILTON HOOVER CAMILLE ROUSSEAU M anager North Central fvs. A urora After a year's layoff, Anderson was again back in the harness. Anderson was used at either a tackle or blocking back position. After injuries had forced Kibler, Kerth, and Hawbecker out of the game, Cook was given his chance at the halfback position, and filled the job in great style. Clifford Olson in his first year at North Central landed one of the regular end positions. Camille "Judd" Rousseau was one of the bulwarks of the team. "Judd" was used almost entirely at the blocking back position. In the final games he was given a chance to carry the ball and tore through in great style. Milton Hoover was the efficient manager of the 1928 team. Page 124 THE 1929 SDECTITZUNI ALVIN KAISER LOREN DAVEY EZRA 'SCHAFER X..- jAMEs CALVERT Norllz Central -vs. Wheaton OTTo KERTH Alvin Kaiser was a general utility man, being used at either a tackle or blocking back position. To Loren Davey, Freshman halfback, Went the honor of making the longest gain of the season. Davey Went around end for sixty-five yards in the Beloit game. Schafer, another Frosh, was a teammate of Davey at Cavalier, North Dakota. Schafer was used at a guard position and was especially valuable as an interferer. James Calvert, the quiet, unassuming Senior from Aurora, again earned his letter at one of the Wing positions. Otto Kerth of Naperville Was the only Cardinal to be mentioned on the All-State teams. Kerth was a brilliant fullback, being able to hit the line, punt, pass, or run the ends. Page 123' Tl-lE"l92Q SIDECTIQUNI Back Row Cleft to rightbz Hawbecker CTrainerD, Harr, Kibler, Bone, Schumacher, Schneider, Blume CManagerj. I Mzddle Row: Coach Bieber, Brewe, Pepiot, Good, Evans, Unger, Coach Fisher. Front Row: Doenier, Manning, Cook, Miller, Rousseau, Rosenow, Willianls. THE 1929 VAIQSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD North North North North North North North North North North North North A North North North North North North Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central THE SEASON'S RECGRD . . . . 25 Hope, Michigan . . 27 . . 38 Aurora ....... 22 . . 33 Shurtleff ....... 21 . . 25 Oshkosh, Wis., Normal . . 32 . 21 Carroll, Wisconsin .... 29 . . 36 Armour Tech .... . 29 . 43 Chicago Y. College . . 29 . . 17 Wheaton .... . 25 . . 36 Mt. Morris .... . 18 . . 32 Chicago Y. College . . 21 . . 46 Mt. Morris . . . . 25 . . 29 Lake Forest . . . . 27 . . 16 Wheaton . . . . 17 . . 25 Lake Forest . . . . 33 . . 26 DeKalb Normal . . . 24 . . 23 Northwestern, Wis. . . 19 . . 34 Armour Tech. . . . 29 . . 53 Carthage .... . 21 Opponents' Points . . . 452 Total Points .... 553 North Central Won 11, lost 7. Page 126 ' Q . Ml Tl-ME-1929 specvnu IQEVI EW IDF 1928 UDTIBALL SEASDN By COACH GORDON, R. FISHER ORTITI CENTRAL COLLEGES 1928 season began with all indications vngijpgz pointing toward its -most successful year in some nine or ten campaigns. if Ten letter men answered the opening call for practice and this group was supplemented by sufficient reserves of the 1927 team and by newcomers to 'tit T645 make a total of sixty candidates for the team. This is undoubtedly the largest number of candidates ever to try out for a North Central team. One of the most encouraging things about the group was that practically all of the men had some high school experience. Monmouth was our first opponent of the season and they trimmed the Cardinal and White team handily. This game was played after only nine days of practice and it demonstrated much need of hard work, but it also showed North Central to have the possibilities of a real outfit. Aurora College came next and served as an excellent easer between the tough Mon- mouth and Beloit battles. North Central traveled to Beloit for the third game and everyone on the team played beautiful football to force the Badger state boys to accept their first defeat of the season. The victory proved to be a costly one, however, as Captain Hawbecker injured one of his knees so severely that a surgical operation was necessary, thereby causing his withdrawal from the game for the remainder of the season. The Wheaton and Mount Morris games proved to be the usual hard battles with North Central winning both. Lake Forest versus North Central seems always to mean a fight to the finish and this year was no exception. The first half was a scoreless tie and as the game pro- gressed it looked as though the final score would remain as it had been the year pre- vious. Good fortune seemed to be with Lake Forest, however, and their fast boy, Ferzacca, converted a North Central fumble into a touchdown, and then added to this nice piece of work by making a perfect kick from placement for the extra point. These seven points proved to be sufficient although our team made a remarkable comeback in the final minutes of play. The game ended with the ball in North Central's possession four inches from the Lake Forest goal line and two plays to- put it over. The team played a fine game on the whole and it was most unfortunate to lose as the result of a lucky break. Augustana had too many big guns for our crippled lineup, and Carthage and lklil- waukee Normal battled us to tie games on successive Saturdays to end the season with a record of four games won, t-hree lost, and two tied. Considering the calibre of our opposition and the crippled condition of our men throughout 'half the season, this record must be considered a good performance for the year. I wish to congratulate the men for their unfailing efforts to carry on in spite of serious reverses and I wish also to urge them to look fomfard to the 1929 season with the intention of making it the greatest during the history of football at North Central. Page 125 NI THE 1929 SDECTRUNI In the closest game of the season, Wheaton for a sec- ond time downed Captain Mi1ler's team. This time by a single point in a game which was characterized by the close guarding of the two teams. Lake Forest handed the team their third conference defeat, when the Gold Coasters won a 33-25 game played on the North Shore Hoor. The Biebermen annexed another conference victory by downing Northern Illinois Teachers of DeKalb in a game played in DeKalb's new gymnasium. The team continued on into Wisconsin and defeated Northwestern College of Watertown 23-19. It was not until after this game that the members of the team were told about the complete destruction of Nichols Hall by fire early that same morning CFebruary 235. 'HAROLD MANNING The Cardinals opened their final week by losing to Armour Tech in a close game played on the Armour floor. Led by Captain Miller the Cardinals went on a scoring rampage in their Final game and smothered Carthage 53-21. Captain Miller wound up his college basketball career by dropping in the final three baskets for the Cardinals. Handicapped by the loss of their regular center just 1 before the opening game, the squad went to work dili- gently to fill the gap. As a result Rosenow and Good LLOYD DOENIER A were able to take care of the center position creditably. Rosenow was responsible for ninety-five of the Cardinal points during the season. Good played his best in the Carthage game where he was used both at center and backguard. At the forward positions four men were used, Captain Miller, Cook, Manning, and Doenier alternated at these positions and saw service in virtually every game. Manning and Miller were also used at the floor guard position and could perform equally well at either for- ward or guard. Manning was high point man for the team, scoring a hundred fifteen points. With a hundred CLAYTON UNGER eleven points, Doenier was right behind Manning for Page 128 THE 1929 SDECTWRUM Tl-I E 1928-1929 IBASIYET ALI. SEASIDN Q Ca Y winning six out of nine conference games V the Cardinal and White finished in a tie for fifth place with St. Viators in the Little NJAMNJ Nineteen standings. Under the leadership of Captain Clifford Miller, the Biebermen won confer- ence games from Shurtleff, Mt. Morris, Lake Forest, DeKalb, and Carthage. Wheaton defeated the Cardi- nals on two occasions, while Lake Fo-rest handed the team their other conference defeat. Lombard with six straight victories copped the con- ference title. Wheaton by winning seven out of nine encounters was runner-up. VVesleyan, champions in 1928, finished in third place with ten victories and three - f ' defeats. Eureka, who had started out in great shape, CLIFFORD MILLER faltered near the close of the season and ended in fourth! Captain place, winning eleven out of fifteen games. North Cen- tral and St. Viators were tied for fifth place. Bradley, Carbondale, Millikin, and Macomb were the other teams to finish in the first division. In the opening game of the season, the Cardinals lost a close, hard ,fought game to Hope College from Hol- land, Michigan. The team in their second encounter easily defeated Aurora College. The Biebermen opened their conference schedule with an easy 33-21 victory over Shurtleff. During the holidays the team journeyed into Wisconsin, where they played some of their best ball of the season, only to lose to both Cshkosh and Carroll. Un this trip the team was without the services of Doen- J W ier,.who was laid up with an infected foot. OHN 1LL1AMs Captain-Elect After the holidays the team came back strong and e overwhelmed Armour Tech and Y. College in one-sided games. Wheaton handed the Cardinal and White its first conference defeat of the season, when the Orange and Blue was victor by a 25-17 score. The Cardinals then won four straight games, defeating Mt. Morris twice and also winning from Chicago Y. M. C. A. Col- lege and Lake Forest. The second Mt. Morris and the Lake Forest games were characterized by the second half comeback staged by the Cardinals. ln the former game, North Central was trailing 23-16 at one time, only to win by a 46-25 score. Lake Forest had out- scored the Cardinals 16-9 in the first half, only to have the Red and White come back strong and win the game 29-27. This was the last game played in Nichols Gym- nasium and was a fitting climax to the many games - LESTER ROSENOW ' -1 which had been played in the old gymnasium. ' i , Page 127 ' THE 1919 SDECTRUM ,JH Mfrs .,, 1 ,Wa ,uk 4745? aj, iff -so! " Back Row tleft to rightjz H. Marks, Schell, Schneider, Granner, Daniels, Wandry, Senty, Koeder, Epling, F. Claus CAssistant Managerb. Front Row: Coach Bieber, J. Erne, G. Smith, Rosar, Captain-elect Evans, Captain Zimmerman, C. Miller, Corel, Hawbecker, B. Miller, Kemp tManagerJ. North North North North North North North North North North North North North North Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central 1928 VAIQSITY BASEBALL SQUAD THE SEASON'S RECORD Q u North u 0 o u Q n u n . u Q n Q C Mt. Morris Y. College Aurora . Mt. Morris Aurora . Wheaton . Monmouth Augustana Lake Forest Monmouth Lake Forest Augustana Wheaton . Opponents entral Won 10, lost Page 130 . . 2 . . 8 - . 6 . 5 . 4 . . 3 .. .3 . . 1 . . 8 . . 1 . . . 9 . . 9 . . 3 . ..6Z 3. 7' I I R THE 1929 SDECTIQU scoring honors, but Doenier was out of the two Wis- consin games or else the Arcadia boy might be on top. Cook and Captain Miller also contributed their share of points. Williams and Unger were two great defensive men who were always good for points at opportune moments. Unger who scored eighteen points in the Carthage game had the high game score of the season. Williams has Nl been backguard on the team for the past two sea- sons and was unanimous- A ly selected to captain the 1930 team. Evans was used as a general utility man, being put in at either a forward, center, or a guard position. Blume had the JAMES Cook as well as in individual cleverness which included , guarding as well as han- dling the ball. As bas- ketball changes year by year to the "large floor" style with its individual guarding, faking, and blocking, and a premium placed on men who can control the ball, North Central basketball men are keeping pace with the times. KENNETH EVANS The Reserve team, several of whom will no doubt be on the varsity squad next season, deserve more praise E than most people give them. They are the ones who give the varsity the job of managing the team. These men have all shown improvement in team play I EDWARD Goon LAWRENCE BLUME Manager necessary scrimmage. They are the ones who work for little or no glory. They are the ones whoihelp make a good team possible. The Reserves played two games with the Seminary and one with the Salem Church team of Chicago and came off victorious in each case. . Next year promises to produce another good basket- ball team. Five experienced men should form the nu- cleus around which to build a team which should finish even higher than the 1929 team. Page 129 THE 11929 SD'ElETRlUNl WALTER WINTERBERG MAX KEMP Manager GRANT SMITH CLIFFORD MILLER JUDSON ERNE Winterberg and Smith bore the pitching burden during the 1928 season. Winter- berg with several years of varsity experience behind him was slow, cool, and deliberate in his hurling. Smith, the freshman southpaw, also won his share of games, and with experience has the makings of a good pitcher. Max Kemp managed the team and had quite a task. "Cliff" Miller Who the season before had been in one of the outfield positions was pulled in and used at the hot corner. After becoming used to his new surroundings, Cliff stepped in and performed brilliantly. Judson Erne, another freshman, stepped into the second base position which was made vacant when Evans was shifted to short. Page 132 A1 L Tl-FE 1919 SDECTRIUNI KENNETH EVANS EDWARD HAWBECKER Captazn-Elect Captain FLOYD ZIMMERMAN J aj: 5 'sen K X 42' at Qjffwpx. , , fvqi -. f N - f '- Ms. , 'x ,, , D,,: , , M, -:f.f" ' 15 ' if-.MZ W 3 . Rfwfffg . . . R U .A M, ' If . H - 46 Wy: , ff ., ' GLEN COREL BERT MILLER EARL ROSAR Floyd Zimmerman captained the Cardinals for the second season and "Zim.mie" gave such a good account of himself behind the plate that he was rated as the best catcher in the conference. Kenneth Evans Was selected to lead the 1929 team. "Chick" has played short and second for three years and should make a fine leader. Edward Havvbecker, center fielder, vvon the batting honors for the season. "Eddie" hit the ball for a .464 average. "Eddie" was also used as a pitcher on several occasions. Corel played the left field position. In addition to being a fine fielder, Corel was also among the leaders in hitting. Bert Miller, in his first year at North Central, captured the position at the initial sack. He was also the home run king of the team. Earl Rosar held down the right field position, and gave a good account of himself. Page 131 THE 1929 SDECTRUNI Back Row Cleft to rightl: Vogel CAssistant Managerj, DiDio, Zeitlow, Compton, Attig, Coddington, Bone, Williams Strickler Green C. Kin J Kin v y 1 g, - g- Middle Row: Shaffer, Gutknecht, O. Marks, Rice, WValker, Good, Pfuhl, Cook, Lane, Vetter, Coach G. R. Fisher. ' Bottom Row: R. Marks, Baumgartner, Jordan, Sebastian, Seagraves, MeCredie. 1928 VAIQSIT TIQACIK SQUAD THE SEASONS RECORD North Central 90 Mt. Morris 23, Wheaton 22 North Central 59 Lake Forest 40 2-3, Beloit 36 1-3 North Central 732 Chicago Y. M. C. A. College 572 North Central 68 Milwaukee Normal 63 OR the second successive season North Central's track' and field team was undefeated inidual and triangular competition. In the opening meet the Cardinals easily defeated Mt. Morris and VVheaton. Lake Forest and Beloit fell victims in the second triangular meet. The outstanding per- formance of the season was the Milwaukee Normal Meet, where every man battled for a hard earned win. This meet was not decided until the final event, the relay, where the Cardinals just nosed out the Badgers. Y. College was defeated in the final meet. The Second Annual lnterscholastic llleet was held on June 2. Evanston High School won this meet in which twelve of the previous year,s marks were excelled. Page 134 -1 7' e 1 ' l I . l l I I l 1 r I l l l L THE 1929 SPECTRUM IQEVIEN' UF THE 1928 BASEBALL SEASON INNINO eight out .of ten. conference games, the 1928 baseball team fin- ished third .in the Little Nineteen Conference. Bradley won the title with nine victories in ten games, while Millikin was a close second, winning eight out of nine conference battles. In addition to the ten conference games the Cardinals won two and lost one non-conference game. Mt. Morris, Wheaton, Monmouth, and Augustana were the conference opponents who were each defeated on two separate occasions. Lake Forest took both ends of the series played with the North Shore school and were the only conference team to down the Cardinals. The Biebermen defeated Aurora for their two non-conference victories, while Y. M. C. A. College of Chicago administered the only non-conference defeat. The team was steady defensively and several games were pulled out of the fire by the cool, steady play of the Cards. Offensively the team was well fortified with con- sistent hitters. When runs were needed base hits were likely to come from any place on the batting order. Six men in the regular lineup hit over the .300 mark. This fact coupled with clever base running accounted for at least five runs being scored in every game. Two veterans, Captain Zimmerman and Winterberg, are lost to the team for the 1929 season. The loss of these two consistent performers means that a new battery must be developed for the 1929 season. However, with eight lettermen as a nucleus, baseball for 1929 at North Central promises well. THE 1929 ATHLETIC SCHEDULES BASEBALL FOOTBALL April Morton, here Qpracticej. Sept. 28. At Milwaukee Normal. April Aurora, here. a'eOct. 5. DeKalb, here. April At University of Chicago Oct. 12. Beloit, here. fpracticej. 9KOct. 19. At Wheaton. XApril At DeKalb. 9'eOct. 26. Lake Fo-rest, here QHome- April Y. College, here. C0mif1gl- . 4fApril DeKalb, here. a'eNov. 2. At Mt. Morris. April At Aurora. xNov. 9. Augustana, here. xMay At Wheaton. XNOV. 16. At Carthage. 9EMay Illinois Normal, here. 9'fNov. 22. At Monmouth. a'eMay At Lake Forest. TRACK TMay Lalfgoljgggftblggrg' April 27. Mt. Morris and Wheaton, - ' here. Xi . h . . M35 '3eeX:1lf,0rg,tatireN0rma1 at May 4. Lake Forest and Beloit at Kalamazoo, Michigan. Belglt' aeMay At Bradley. may .St Milwlaukee Normal. - L . 1 ay . arro , ere. Muay Wheaton, here May 24-25. Conference Meet at Knox. June 3. North Central Invitation lnterscholastic. June 10. National Collegiate at Chi- ' cago. XConference games. Page 133 i B- I THE 19191 SDEE EVERETT SHAFFER Captain-Elect WILLIAM LANE ROBERT CClDDlNGTON Shafer W ins 220 Captain-elect Shaffer Was the outstanding man on the team college record of 22 seconds in the furlong and placed second in TIQIUNI HERBERT STRICKLER VICTOR BAUMGARTNER Shaffer set a new both the two-twenty and the hundred at the State Meet. He was also high point man for the team. Lane broke the javelin record several times during the year. His best heave of 162 feet, 3 inches, took a fifth place in the State Meet. Strickler who competed in both the discus and shot put broke the latter record during the season. His mark was 38 feet, 921 inches. Page 136 1'-'D f I 5 1 l I Q l 1 I 1 THE 1929 SDECTRUNI HOWARD PFUHL EDWARD GOOD, Captain CONRAD SEAGRAVES X NV A 'i,j,41J Ti,a,'2gjGQ LQQ img 'X gg, f ' . ' ,G R' W la .,XN L .4 A sxsigs is Xl! LVV, , as JOHN WILLIAMS Jordon Wins Relay, Milwaukee Normal REINHOLD WALKER Captain Good who comes from lllarion, Kansas, Won his spurs in the high jump and in the hurdles. Pfuhl's specialties were the shot put, pole vault, and broad jump. Seagraves was North Central's premier low hurdler. "Mike" also won points in the dashes and the relay. Williaiiis scored in the discus, shot put, and high jump. Walker was the regular high jumper for the Cards, and also carried off honors in the high , hurdles. Page 135 I l 7 l THE IQZQIASDECTIQIJNI ' I 'l f RICHARD KEOUGH DAVID CHRISTOPHER CHARLES KIMMEL, Captain THE 1928 MEN'S VAIQSITV , TENNIS TEAM A THE SEASON 'S RECORD N. C. C. . 6 Normal . . . 0 N. C. C. . 4 Wheaton . . 2 N. C. C. . 3 Normal .. . 3 N. C. C. . 3 Alumni . . . 3 N. C. C. .6 Aurora . . . 0 N. C. C. . 5 Mt. Morris . l North Central won 4 North Central lost 0 North Central tied 2 A , ,,,. , .,.I ROBERT KEOUGH RICHARD SKINKLE Capfaimgled Page 138 THE aqzo snecrnum LEE SCHEUERMAN DALE VETTER JAMES COOK Manager FLOYD JORDAN Veiter W ins M ile Run ANTHONY SEBASTIAN Coddington was one of the middle distance men, running in the mile and the half- mile. Baumgartner won his points in the relay and quarter mile. Vetter was an exceptional middle distance man. Dale was one of the high point men of the team. Cook again Won his letter with the pole vault as his specialty. Sebastian, a freshman, was the only two miler to win a letter. Jordan ran in the quarter mile and in the relay. His sensational run as anchor man in the Milwaukee Normal Meet gave the Cardinals the Winning points. Page 137 THE 1919 SIDECTEWNUNI HEITKE, HEHN, VOGEL, Mgr., KIME, GINGRICH LEMKE, COMPTON, SEBAsTxAN, GUTKNECHT, WELCH T If IQZS CIQDSS CDUNTIQ TEAM THE SEASON'S RECORD North Central 25 Marquette U. . . North Central 25 Wheaton . North Central 40 Bradley . North Central 15 Loyola U. North Central 25 Lake Forest Won 4, Lost 1 QRTH CENTRAL experienced one. of its most successful cross country seasons of recent years. The Cardinals only lost one meet during the season and that was to the championship Bradley team. The team opened gglflifglisl the season with a surprise victory over the strong Marquette University team on the Milwaukee course. This Was the first time a North Central team had defeated Marquette, which is rated as one of the strongest teams in the Mid-West. The Cardinals defeated Wheaton in the second meet. Wheaton Was led by Hess who took first place in the State Elect, but the North Central runners were hunched at the finish and Won their second straight meet. Bradley took the first five places to Page 140 Q fi W Mi 1'-'I I l 1 i I THE 19 MABEL WALTERS Captam-Elect IQ SVDECTRIUNI ELIZABETH SCHROCK VIOLA CHRISTOPHER, Captain TI'IE 1928 WOMEN'S VAIQSITY TENNIS TEAM THE SEASON'S RECORD North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central 3 Aurora . 0 Wheaton . . . 1 MOHm0Llfh . 3 Aurora . . 0 Vvheaton . 3 Mt. Morris North Central Won 3 North Central lost 3 Page 139 MARGARET STANELLVE 1 1 l 4 l THE 1919 SPECTRUM TI'Ilf CI-IEEI2 LEADERS ,CMV 5 ELLIOT JAEGER HERMAN COMPTON Assistant Ajsistanz QUINTIN McCREDxE Head Cheerleader 4 I Yea, team-fight! Yea, team-fight! C Go North Central! Go North Central! Yea, team-fight! HE cheerleading during the past year has been under the efficient leader- ship of Quintin McCredie. "Mac', has been on the job at every game and aided by "Spud" and "Chickeyboy,' the yelling and pep displayed have Awgaii been the best in recent years. ' , I "Mac" inaugurated the idea of having a pep meeting and bonfire before each of the major games. This plan proved itself Worth While but lacks the full support of the student body. "Mac" will have a chance to develop this idea next year, as he still has two more years at North Central. Compton and Jaeger are both freshmen and should be given a great deal of credit for the services which they have rendered in this their first year at North Central. I i Page 142 la Q I THE 1919 D -rn ANTHONY SEBASTIAN CUPMUI Captazn Elect RAYMOND LEM KE RUSSEL COMPTON SELO GUTKNECHT Lemlze Wins Loyola Meet DAVID WELCH defeat the Cardinals for the only time during the season. The following week North Central turned the tables and shut out the Loyola team. Lake Forest was the fourth victim for the Cards, who defeated the Gold Coasters on their own course Five men were awarded the official monogram. Captain Sebastian, a sophomore, Won his second letter. Captain-elect Lemke, a freshman, was the high point man of the team. Selo Gutknecht, senior, was one of the lettermen back from last year's team and again came through in fine shape. Russel Compton, senior, won his first letter, as did David Welch, who was another freshman on the team Page 141 THE' T929 SPECTRUM FISHER, SHAFFER, MILLER, ERFFMEYER ZAIlIL, DOMM, TANNER TH E EXECUTIVE ATI-I LETI IBUAIQD THLETICS, both intercollegiate and intramural, are under the control of the Executive Athletic Board. This Board is composed of four faculty and three student members. This insures for athletics at North Central the proper sanction by the administration, a policy recommended by all intercollegiate athletic associations. All schedules, contracts, guarantees, and appointments are under the direct control of this board. All managers are appointed by the Executive Athletic Board which also supervises ,their work. The Board also has full control of all finances, thus serving the Athletic Association in the capacity of auditor. This Board also awards the official mo-nograms for intercollegiate athletics. Every letterman must pass the sanction of this Board before he is awarded his letter. All class numerals and monograms must also be approved by this committee. This is the First year in which the Board has worked under its new constitution which to date has been very successful. Page 144 grv-' l -m THE 1QzQ'sDEc1nD A. SENTY fPres.Jg E. SHAFFER QVice-PreS.jg D. VETTER fSecy.-Treas.j The "NC" Club is composed of 'men and Women who have been awarded the official monogram for participation in intercollegiate athletics. The members of this organization are as follows: . ANDERSON BAUMGARTNER BLUNIE BORGMAN CALVERT COMPTON COOK . COREL I DAVEY DOENIER ERNE EVANS GOOD GUTKNECHT HALL HAWBECKER M. HERKNER M. HOOVER F. JORDAN A. KAISER E. KEAGLE E. KENAS RICI-I. KEOUOH ROET. KEOUOH O. KERTH F. IQIBLER W. LANE R. LEMKE H. BIANNING O. MARKS B. MILLER C. MILLER C. OLSON H. PFUHL F. POPE Page 143 J. REIN E. ROSAR L. ROSENOW C. ROUSSEAU E. SCHAFER A. SEBASTIAN A. SENTY E. SHAFFER G. SMITH M. STANELLE V. STEINFORD L. TOBUREN C. UNOER D. VETTER M. WALTERS J. WILLIAMS H. ZAHL TWWE 1 9 2 Q S U E f'T R U N1 GI DLS' INTEl2'C ASS BASKETBALL Page 146 For the second consecutive year the juniors Won the Girls' Inter-Class Championship. The Juniors were undefeated during the season, but were held to a tie score by the second place Freshmen. The lone defeat of the Freshmen was at the hands of the champs. The Sophomores Won their only game from the Seniors but also tied the Fresh- men. The Seniors finished in the cellar position, winning their only game from the Soph- omores. THE STANDINGS Won Lost Tied UJUWUQ1 CDO'-:CJ Drum: r-H:-:VJ n-n OOTO -1 '-1 wggw Orb HD . W . ua v-lr-AU-lvl Ln-Pr-LO Ov-BNF' Zl'l1ZIUHTl5U'l1 WMTOZOITOW e 1 f if THE'1919'SDECTlTlliJN'l KATEs, DANIELS, ZAHL, ZIMMERMAN WOMAN'I ATHLETIC ASSUCIATICN UFFICEIQI 1928-1929 fg 3 HE Woman s Athletic Association promotes the athletic activities for the The Association this year sponsored interclass soccer, basketball, base- ' ball, and hockey. rl he W. A. A. also sponsors the annual May Fete. The fete held the past year was one of the best directed in recent years. The Whole festival was Well Worked out from the opening processional until the crowning of the new J ' -- -V51 7 ' A 1' O n',.l'? girls upon the campus. Il' UBS' ' ' A ' 59.7 14: 1 queen, Helen Zahl. At the annual meeting of the W. A. A. held last spring, Helen Zah-l was elected president of the Association. During the first semester Helen became ill and Was forced to leave school and also to resign her position as president of the W. A. A. At a special meeting early in November Viola Blank was selected to 'complete the un- expired term of Helen Zahl. The majority of the Work of the W. A. A. has been completed under lVIiss Blank, who should receive credit for the Work done. The W. A. A. is a separate organization from either the Athletic Executive Board or the Athletic Association. , . Page 145 A , ,,.,.v,.-xv'-'fff """2,., , ' , ,.--nw,-1-fv.r"f""f""'2t,--ffvfrv . v ,cf " ' -H, M., ,ww ,w.,- 1... " ,, ,, A- 3 W .1 vwin' Ahmw 'f I ' 2 I "Ax, f 757' ' "'f7'Q?'9ff7 WL" if JH? ' ' ' ' 5 -":?','I.' K lm, f f ig , f 'gfffff ,Ugg , ,h I Q NJ? f, I Wylfvgfm-V, V ,, .V'Wg, A ., . Admxgg, W, 1" ,V ,. 'waifri' M' ,, ..-urn., , qi .,' ,,C,,,af',, 1- M ,V . -in-,. , ,-cy" xy ' J "- J W , ', , A w n f , l I I T14E 1 9 2 Q S D E C'T R U NI MEN'S TIflQ'C ASS BASKETBALL I I Due to the destruction of the gymnasium by fire, the men were unable to complete their schedule of class games. As the teams had played an unequal number of games no champion- ship was awarded. The Jun- iors and Freshmen were leading the league and the Sophomores were just one game behind. The Seniors finished in fourth place, While the Academy, a newcomer in inter-class compe- tition, ended the season in the cellar position. The teams as a Whole were evenly matched and this resulted in keen and close competition. wmDOZOI10w F R E S H M E N S E I N l O , R I S I I Page 147 F l N 1 Page 150 -5 i ,. "'V-W--V,f -- , .""' - "U" - '1"'f't'rf"'f--rf---1 'i,. ' - I A. -4 I,-1,,I,-I, In .AII.I,-I V ,I - , - - . . V- V' ,V - .. . .. "'x.4,,.,I- .,..I.,f- ' --' ,Q Fe.- . V . V. 2 - Q . V V 7 .W IL f-,-.., .-,III II I. , I .T g7,g,.,,fI.,5v.- '--VV,1.,,V V- - 'Q ' . , V V- -5 -, 7 .,- ' avV.:f"m, J. J 'ff ' ' Vf . . ff-'F VV AV,,,x1:i"-W, , I ,I, MV- I IILIIIILVI. MV....I ,,gMf.. V. 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Hennecke, Peterson Mitchell, Lautner, Sauer, Massier, Sieg TI-I If ACADEM STUDENT UDV HE main purpose of the Academy is to provide preparation for college for f ij my . . . . 9 students who do not have high school facilities near home or Who have QQ missed the opportunity to secure such training at the usual age. Superior ,flfimib .L students can, by maintaining a grade- of B, frequently complete their course in less than the usual time. The close connection of the Academy With the College offers special advantages and makes the transition from the one to the other less diffi- cult and abrupt. A secondary purpose of the Academy is to furnish a training school for graduates in Education. A number of the courses are taught by college seniors. These teachers are Well qualified and are under the joint supervision of the Academy faculty and the heads of the various departments in the College. Because of this arrangement it is possible to keep the tuition at about one-half the rates usually charged even in ordinary high schools. V I The preparatory courses offered extend through four years, and cover the usual re- quirements for admission prescribed by the best American colleges. The Academy is a member of the North 'Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Page 174 iq 4 G ,Q 2 Q l r S li 'Q 3 l Y r l I were fsfazfaa wgefr-o.U. ACADE SENIUIQS AMIEL M. SAUER RUDOLPH MASSIER Yorkville, Illinois Naperville, Illinois ERNEST WENTQZ ADAM E. VCILKENANT McClusky, North Dakota Ottawa, Illinois RUSSELL LAUTNER DANIEL S. BORNEIVIEIER Cedar, Michigan Elmwood, Nebraska Page' 173 ll' .f L fy if fl' lr fl K3 Li ,z P If. I I xi X , H 3 1 if If I Q x l 1 r l 4 1 l S X N l A , I X y. f Q x A 1 f fy I , lx X l I' I 1 I l l X , I ,f , l 1 ,. R , aszaswf-'W ifheiw -4- wi E: ll le . 3' A 6 H rg J: 7 ,, ,g lvg - fm J ll I lx . 'ini 1 1 Y V V v w ' ,,. f' -,,, W7 w .1 , f-,y f- f. W. -elf' -1 f-f X s-.v 'nf' 4 'f K. f' Q'P7,:fff gn , V M, . M.-' Z " 1 , 'hw 1' ,- .H .,,es,z,4f 4 ' half' V ,',,v ,VW ,Q-W 4 Q , 'f'w4,.,, , ,,,g , 1 . , r,, arf'-uv -V- , Q.. ...M ff ,, X W! 'f , 'VW14-ffm wwf- - , ,nz Zctiffi ' wf' ,,.r ,, 'G A W "ff f ,',Q"Qj'N41fM V34 4 1 1 ,, f T I Weiitz, Kaiser CCoachD, Lautner Sauer, Massier, Liandorf ACADEM BASKETBALL TlfAM HE athletic activity of the Academy is confined to basketball. T During the past season, the Academy was a member of the Inter-Class League. The team finished in the cellar of this league but not a team in the entire league showed the improvement that the Academy boys did. The team which was a sure loser at the beginning of the season became a team which was really hard to beat. On one occasion the Academy team did turn the tables and defeat the Seniors for their only victory in the league. The Academy had among its ranks one of the best players in school, Rudy Massier. Massier played excellent ball but, of course, one man can not win a championship. The rest of the team lacked experience but showed decided improvement as the season advanced. Sauer, Unger, Massier, Landorf, Paul, Wise, Wentz, and Lautner are the men who saw service during the season. The team was coached by Alvin Kaiser. ln addition to the regular inter-class schedule the team played two interscholastic games with Wheaton Academy and was victorious on each occasion. Like all other basketball activities, the Academy athletic program was cut short by the destruction of Nichols Gymnasium. Pagz' 175 THE 1919 SPECTRUM ff K , X, ,f ff , . I M W 1 ,X I ,. we v Q ni 4 K Q. L1 x if r s xi j ' 3 'J .f' pf u .f J L! b. V 3 'il 'e Q ,X 1 3 ha ' Ii Q Ny pf ' V I '. 1 ' 5 5 I Ee if Vg' A V J H 2? 'S I fi lx f V, ,Q X J " " ,ig 5' fy ,Q 5 , V. Rf Y, 5? 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Professor of Systematic Theology Professor of New Testament 111 3 If S' ,bf 1 1? 1 1., 1 1 1 A 1 .1 1 1 11- lg, ' ix N . 1'- E Q: 12 1 S 1 F 51 1 ll C1 1 11 1' ' if 1 1? 5- ,. ,., 55 it 1 2. .2 5 1 F: -14: J p 4. 5 1. 117 1' 151 1 51 L2 -E U 11. 1 ye 11' 45 J X1 'F 1 Y ig 1 lj Az 1 1 1 lg 1 NI 1 1? .5 1 ff 1 1 1 11 1 . 11 1 r 1 1X 1 xi 4 1 i . 1. 1 11 11' 1 , . 1 1 51 11 K E 1 1, 111 1 1 1 1 f 1 , . F 1. if 1 i-A 1 . 1. 1 1 1 1 f 1 11 11 is 1.1 1 J f 1111 '31, '1 . "ii PRESIDENT G. B. KIMMEL M. A., B. D., D. D. Professor of Practical Theology E. F. GEORGE, M. A., B. D. E. D. RIEBEL, B.A., B. D. Professor of Church History Professor of Religious Education If 51 Q Page 180 53 fi 1 5 1 , X , . X fi Sli mi HALL CQ Page 179 2 5 5: 51 j .1 11 SEM NAIQY IDDLEIQI 111 P 'J . 1 .J 1 1 ll A fi ' X 1,34 V " 1 11 X 1 li 1 JJ 2 W 4 v 1 11 11' ,1 .-1 A' ,- l lik 1 'x Ng ?. 'X 17 1 15 1 fi? -E 1.1 .ri ,j 11 11 12. 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RXCKERT TI'I E SEMI NAIQY BASKETBALL TEAM HE Evangelical Theological Seminary Team finished second in the Inter- Seminary League which is composed of theological schools of the Chicago area. Marvin Riclcert, captain of the College Team in 1928, led the Seminary Team during the past season. The team Was coached by Harold Erffmeyer who was a member of the Championship College Team of 1927. , THE SEASON'S RECORD E. T. S. . . . . 19 Garrett Biblical . . . 23 E. T. S. . . 2 Union Theological . . . Oak E. T. S. . . 17 Chicago Divinity . . . 13 E. T. S. . . 40 Presbyterian . . . 32 . E. T. S. . . 33 Northern Baptists . . . 7 E. T. S. . . 12 North Central Reserves 27 E. T. S. . . 8 Garrett Biblical . . . 42 E. T. S. . . 23 Union Theological . . 9 E. T. S. . . 17 North Central Reserves 34 E. T. S. . . 24 Chicago Divinity . . . 35 E. T. S. . . 2 Presbyterian .... 09" E. T. S. . . . 2 Northern Baptists . . OX Total Points .... 199 Opponent's Points . 232' 9'eForfeit 1 E. T. S. Won 8, Lost 4. 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Y.g Cleveland, Ohiog Dallas, Texas: San Francisco, Calif., Los Angeles, CaLif.g Chicago, Ill., Stratford, Canada K R O E H L E R Living Room Furniture 'AQ:J'4f0:s19V:0:QO?:Oai93':0:x59'1':0:s:35'f0sJi':0:sl9'?:D:i9?':0:s19'1':0.:193':0:i9'l'a0:JY:0s:'D5'i3 Page 187 it I THE 1929 ' 5DE'CTIDgUAM 92'in.fHoEf0S4o2ff0:OnEHS:Haifa:CofinRainRio150220250P41EinPC0129R41-1HnSEo2fHn:4o'1'Hn.:Co'EHsQ 'L-I A I Q I if 'S OI AZ 'F' II' C5 Q Sn .I 'Il IL I 'I 'LTI O A5 PHOTOGRAPHERS I J' T' 1 If A 6 ESTABLISHED 1887 I o A II' 1? ., 45 OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE EJ' I I' P 1929 SPECTRUM I O A I, A 'FP Ji SPECIAL RATES TO NORTH CENTRAL ij, AL COLLEGE STUDENTS AT ALL TIMES I' If il II' 1? A, if' 185 NORTH WABASH AVE. 143 I ji CORNER OF LAKE ST. ij, X A IQ CHICAGO, ILLINOIS wi' Q, OI AQ, I, W Q LI E ' ig TELEPHONE STATE 0115 25, O AZ II' 17" A, ' O, Al I 'I OojF20,f,cP2cE,1cf120,f,cP2QgfcffcHf.oES2c1,fc2ScE,1CHS0:1F2Gif:efgffej,cP20,.f,cHfQf1.cHo,46 Page 19Q I 3 'ru-as 1919 SDECTLRUM GJOgg?151620,g?O3C3:C?f0::C?X4'C:11,CFx3L:C?xi'E1.C?x3Of:CFS'C511C302C:11.C?XfQ3:CFfSCrtx30f1,GA030 , .. J' I if Io W dy NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE . DEPOSITORY IL, 'T di if 2? Il 'S 'fx as gr II W 'I THE irft' ational ahh OF NAPERVILLE IL, wi - 9 QV 'S R or 4 Y Y? JI if 'S 'fx as T or if 'S 'T or of 'I Q33 IRVING GOODRICH . . S? BERNARD C. BECKMAN . 'I SE WALTER M. GIVLER . ff MILTON M. SPIEGLER . 52? LOUIS H. CLEMENS. . . ' oi if 'S 'T pa 4' BERNARD C. BECKMAN 'S J IRVING GOODRICH N. W. C. '81 Q EZRA E. MILLER,,N. W. C. '96 5.5 Q5 T O 2 Capital ana' Surplus S15o,ooo STUDENTS' ACCOUNTS INVITED Minimum Average Balance of 550.00 Required OFFICERS n o o o DIRECTORS JOSEPH YENDER, JR. . . President . Vice-President . .. . Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier E. J. T. MOYER JAMES L. NICHOLS JOHN A. SCHMIDT 95"O:x4J'f'0:x4J?33:xl9i'33:xi9?:0:XSD5f0:sJ3':0:fiJ5iD:x19i'f0:x4J'1'3D:g9V:O.a4J'i':wD:s35fO:x:J560:29 0 Page 189 THE 1919 SPECTRUM G - - If AP af CJ QV 'Lu N I 11. 'L O if Q: 'L CJ if Q9 'L dz mf cb af O 'fx 'is 'T all O 9? gr qi lo QT if J o WY 'fe I O if 9? 'I 'Q JI 'F gl ll or if lo 'S on if cp Wi? fl, - - - - -o - -o 1511Off0f1.CrA3Ce1C?fi51.0'4C':11CrA30,11.Cf4C3:C?XfC511.C?fC:11C'4C2z.Cr1021.6A30::CfiC21.O'40iGAf0. in FRED R. KLUCKHOH N. C. C.'17 FUEL of ALL KINDS For Bad Fires, Call 21 For Good Fires, Call 40 319 N. WASHINGTON ST. NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS 360:i9'1f0:x:91'7Da10'1f0:glial:i95'7Da:03iO:i9'P'35:QJ'P'3Dz49'1'?0zslffo:J'1':0:s3'PJO:i95':0:s3'P 154012121FSOJQCPSLQ1.0202:CFS4:11032Cafitea?C5163GiaF2O,.:cP2O,zcF2CL.1.c?2C:ac?20 Tio BAG eo. and Burlap Bags I Bull Dog Parcel Post Mailing Bags Bull Dog Combination Envelope Bags Bull Dog Individual Tea Bags General Ojfce and Factory: NAPERVILLE, ILL. Branch Ojzicesr BOSTON, DETROIT, TOLEDO Manufacturers of Cotton GJi'33aJ'fO:J'P 73:JPEG:siV73:x:9'1'?0229973:i9'1'?0:Ji:4J'i"0:s'Jff0:4'1"0:s9'P izsiifozxiii Page 192 I' . . 'Tv f Y ?C5'1of 9, iQ. V QW! ti 5403 QAVN 'Fw W .7 has gl 'gotxgok If ix Q 21,03 iff? uf x0-:jf 5' fO:,,OA S2 9 To ' M ZFX Jr I. I 2102, -- if I XQ-51167 O ' Av 'S J 5 Kgs? Q, 'W A YXQQ. U li 1,4 A 'X , 9 1 9 'Gia 901' J 2 Y aff o Axe ' QL 6 T277 l A dj 1 AXQCL 'Cf a' " . qga I IQ X036 9 29 QL uf, 2 AQ 2? 1? 16 5 W H U A - T' . ,U 9 1? 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M 1 Q Q,MPSQJQGHQJACHQEAFSS0,462ofacPSS0,,gcPSSQ,f,ofS2C3cfSS0:,f,c2SScg.f,c2cgcfS2QJACQQEAGSSCEAEg CII . -Ig' 'I' - I ak BOECKER, KHMCX Topcoats 'IJ M en 'J Wear wo I SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES I ,Q IVIALLORY HATS F LORSHEIIVI SHOES I F- I 59' ARROW SHIRIS Si, COOPER'S UNDERWEAR NIGHT WEAR-HOSIERY I I :J S. . . 6 P Rolhns Hose 0 , I ok I for Colle mia lofbzm If W Omen gg 'Ig O553N39'53Q53.PJVSDQ-:UiS1933:QD553:QD553:g9'P'33:QOSQD:QQ?3D:4J'Pf0:xJJ'14'0:sD'P'3:x19?LbO QCEACFS'Q2:CF3C5zGtfC2zC?S2C:1:C?SO::C?fC51,CFSfC51z?C5CEC:1:C?Ca,?C:1:CECL2:C?Sf0:1.C?SfC2:F3 W I Q 9 16 ,K Sencenbaugh s Q I x,, Q! ' NE N - 6 II? j ' f' THE STORE THAT SELLS gg III 'l QUALITY MERCHANDISE ai, I' gi' 'II iiI T A S Aurora, I11. 6, I, LII III I "S'II'I ' : 'I ' 'I II I , 'HA I I II I I- I READY T0 I II I T AND ACCESSORIES Q5 iI I I II ,uiII 65 I " S- A I' If . ww w .,. SQ' IIII I IE IIIQIN 1'l'I1 ""I A , I A STI I2 2 :IIl .!'III I IIIIIIIIIIIIT .6 gf' INTERIOR DECORATING IIE T' T94 ' CO Vlbggjzf 5gxgpzffggig'rigQAZOVRJA33V33:JaiS9550:x4D'Y20:xJJ5iO:xJ3'3D:xJD5':0:J150::9'1'3DadifbC15 Page 194 I I I I I I T GJ 'S 92 djs if I 9 ,jr 'fn Q3 if O QV ll 2? Ia CJ 'fx HU G S? Ir 9 1 'ca QI if 9 ,I N? dj gr 'o 'f or 'if 'ca 's' Ol if an if I or if Q dj! if 'o 'fx I? ob G HE 1919 SPECTRU 'k20:f3?:O:f.93'T0RJZEO:XJJVTO:x:95'T0:x195'3:sJ?3D:E9533229550:xi93E0a10'1'7D:x59'9iD:4J?:0:x4D9 SPECIAL CLUB FOR STUDENTS Complete I Socla Service THE PAULDO RESTAURAN . PAUL STEFFEN, PROP. See or Write to Proprietor For Information 301 Center St. Phone 266 C-:1.C.FfCai?l54,C?x2C:4:0zfC21C?xf0..:C?f0:1632lswif154,633Gif?Cbaffxf0::CFxf0f:CFxfGj.C?xf 0,:C?xfC':4C?X2C51FXi'Qs.C?Xf0:1.CFXi'C9.CFf0::CFiOf:CF:121.63203:630::C?fC:40tXf0::Ff0jGx3 LADIES' AUXILIARY ' OF THE Q Q 1 1 :Hurst -I uangelira Glhurrh BANQUETS-DINNERS-LUNCI-IEONS College Banquets Our Specialty . MRS. J. E. MANSHARDT, President MRS. W. H. RUBRIGHT, Secretary MRS. G. L. W1cKs,Treasurer '?'O:295' 0:.s9'1GO:.3J5'oOai9'3'A 0:s9?R0:.4J'lA0.:sJiQ0:sJ'1'a 0:.:9'P'R0:4J5'o1D:.4J?R0:.19?'O:x4Jf'R 0:29 Page 195' 'F THE 3929 SPECTRUM G51164050450Af021GA202:GAfC5116exffsoyfiglzo4031642116Af0:11,Cr40:1:GAfC24,Cr3fC24?72C9.C2 'Q Q 'Q' 14 dl T . . . in Q A Szx zn the Pme Ram e 0 the Four 73 N? ' G9 Q ,Q ., 6 QQ, ,Q DU PAGE COUNTY MOTOR SALES 1? TQ, A. J. ENGELSCHALL, Prop. Q QQ, ,Q -5 -- 4? 9 ol ,Q in 92 53 U ' 4 gy' Telephone 267 NAPERVILLE, ILL. ik, 4 ,Q gig P dj! Q. GDV33:s9'LfO:J'1'jo:xJ?'i3229253aiffosiifozxdffozxifioad250ai99'33:x5'J1'i3:4J1iD:f:93'20:4J'P':0C9 QC511C520:11.CFS0:116330:16550:f,C?4'021,C?f021,C3CaC?o2C51zCF?511635C:z.CFfC51:?fC54C?f0j.CfZ2C::,QD of QL, Q ,Q 'QQ OESN'T it ive ou a lot of satisfaction When Sf . Q Q, you feel there 1S one store Where you can ,. ,ja come and be Welcome-Where the boss and Q. 'Z' h f CQ Q3 lo QW t e Whole force are glad to see you lxwhether you F Q buy or notj ? Q., NR 'Q' s . . . . 1? The Store wztb the Frzendly Spzrzt ag, lb AL rg, 'Q gf . Q ll ,Q RASS W EILER HARD W ARE CO 5? Ph 175 Cy one 77 is Df , Q, ,Q ofin:info:ioYQgnfffopfvYQ:grin:io'Foagain:sayinzgafiugioifingnifozxfviiuzgffozgblffoo Page 196 Q z I I :1:CrAflL4CrA20::Cf"f0:zGAfC:1:GAfC5455C51zC?5C':1:?C::C?X2C:11Fsi'C'2:?fC54.CFX202:C30f1.C2E1 THE.:19l.Q'SDECTI1U-Nl KF20,1CFS0,1cfzfiezotxflbzfrxfilfzffziiszCFS0:11.C?X3C3C?xfOllzozfiglzfxfibafffG..:?f0:1.GtXfC511. FOUCEICS PHAR ACY SODA GRILL PROMPT PLEASING SERVICE GOOD FOOD AND FOUNTAIN DELICACIES CHARLES J. FOUCEK, R. P. H. 127 SOUTH VVASHINGTON STREET 0:.l9?O:x:'J'l'T 0:x4J5'?3:x4J5'i3:K4J5'2D.af95'iD:s9'1'3D:x195'33:X19'i'3D:XZOVGJ:i9'1'fO:f:9'Pi0:295i0:x4JfD COLLEGE BOOK TORE HEADQUARTERS FOR Books, Stationery, Athletic Goods, College Jewelry, Toilet Articles, Cameras, Eastman Films, Pennants and Pillows, Waterman,s Ideal Fountain Pens, Brief Cases EVERYTHING THE STUDENT NEEDS I O. S. EBY, fllanager IVIRS. B. SMITH, Assistant insaD'fissJ1'foslo?insgrfinsguyasiofffswiffosgnfawsioefosiorffsswlfosvaoifokplfosepfmz Page 195 GJ H THF,?l929 SDECTRU Q 'V P CQ r 'fx Q3 NP' 1 I O if CJ 'I 'lb if ob C9 O E? W 9 w 'cn 'S 2? Ir 9 ,Q S2 W 9 dll WY 'Q Pa 0 if o 'E Sf ,Q 9 'L 'B 0 O 3163303104121162OQQCQQ0j.C?f02:C?xf021.Cr4C:11,CrA2GjCrA336Ai'Cs,Cf3fC3CrAfC:11.C3C24,CrtxfG PRIVATE FUNERAL PRIVATE AMBULANCE CHAPEL SERVICE OL1 ER J. BEIDELM Furniture Deezler eme! Femerezl Direetor 23 TELEPHONE 264 235 S. WASHINGTON ST. NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS P20:xiii:QD550:i9'1'3D:Q91i3af95'33a4J5'iD:HOV33:xl9'P'f0a19'P'fOE335'ida93':0:4JY33:x195'Q:xJJ5 Cs,CrAf0fzGA30jGAi'C3zCrEXQQGEXSQAGAfC::G4G:11.CrA20:,zCfA3056A3056A3C5GAf021.CfA3Ce1.Cr40 . I-I. RITZERT PRODUCER OF WASHED SAN A D GRAVEL CONCRETE PRODUCTS EXCAVATING AND GRADING NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS OFFICE PHONE 506 'P33:s95i3:x195'3D:x195'33as955DE193:0553lib:X:93'333:9V33x59533:i95'3D:x195'35si'95'33ai95iD:gJ9 Page 198 THE 1929 SDECTRU 210,000 PART ER I Enable Us to Save You Money JI at the Rexall Chain of Stores fi, 'ls QI ALWAYS THE BIGGEST VALUES AT 'lu SQ , I 0 W ALD PHAR ACY QQ 'S 0 The Ream!! Store 'ls ffl' Prompt Delivery PHONE 259 S E 65 0:XJPQ-O:xiiig0:illV0N435"0:XJ5Q0si9'1'rOas95"0:J'P'r0:x:9'frO.::95'rO:x:J'1AO:xJJi'r0:xl95LOral? 9 WE I c, of U . NE ANY a man or woman is "sold" on alproduct long before the if time of its actual purchase-and such potential buyers must be 'Q kept "sold" by the judicious use of printers' ink. YW, V o fy '42 lr Y 'S Q 'F ol 7 - Q Wil I S I c, he Sfmflymore omilumy ADVERTISING - PRINTING Sy ,I 217 Fox Street - Aurora, Illinois , CD '?33a:97QO:X:'J'4"0a595QD:s195'yO:x19'1'33:xJ5':0:xJ39'33asffab:195':0a195'?O:x:95QDa53'i'Q:s95':O:x39?: Q - - - Page 197 racesgf,cFe2cg,f,?2cg,1W0,1cPsfcuffscliffsC542cg,fcfsfO:,1,cFscg1cfsCe,f,oes20:f,cP20j.cFs2cg OL - r Carl? x3C511,C?x3C211,CF 4921352116350:4653C211,CrtxfC5,C3'C':1zC?X3C51:C?X35C?Xi'C:1zCrtXfC:11C?f0:z??0: THE 1929 SDECTRU ca 25, IK K K 'K K W? dj! C9 ca Q2 PK K K 'K K 'K Q GJ 0jCf4C211,6TfO:11,CrTfC51zGT5C3:Cf4l54G4C-5640310Afi511,CfAfsGT2C5.Cr40:,zGTfC51163fC:4.C?30:f, ELE OR BEAUTY HOP 228 S. Washington St. NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS APPOINTMENTS TELEPHONE 600 VTO:x:9?'OEJJYTO:x4J5'T0:x193"0a595'T0sail?"Oasf?0.RifleOsei?"0a:9i'T0:x195iDa4J'P'T0:s33':D:s9?QD Ca.CrT5C54,Cr4'Q21-,CrTfC211,Cr4C5,1,CrTfC:11,CrT20g1,CrTfC:11GT5CaCfi'0:16A301116T3C21:Cf40:1,Cr40::CPi'C:4 GRUSI-I'S FILLI G STATIO LUBRITORIUM Tfwo Inclosed Greasing Racks 309 N. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 406 V33QXLWEOE19V33:EZUKJO:J535E59V33.a9'P'33ad?'f33:XJV33Q733a:9'P'3D:x39iO:s33'33:49'4:O:x59?33 C-9346405116TfQ211,CfTfC3zGTfC5zGT5C3CrTfC:1:GA5246TfC51f,G4C51zCrTfiscfiflblzffTfC21:CrTiQ2zFx2k:, Q2 K K 'K K K 'T dj en C. E. HEYD0 B KERYH AND GRQCERY All Kinds of Baked Goods-Fresh Daily 23 W. JEFFERSON AVENUE ?T0:x4J5LOas9'1'T 0.:s9'P"OQ5"0a:9'P"Oaf95TOaz9'1'T0:x195'TO:s93T0:x4J5'TwD:s'J5T0:i93'TO:x3J'P'T0:i9'PQ0 G90:11CrAfSCrAfC511,CrA3C51G4C2464C211G4C2464C51CfA30216A3C54CfT502:6AfC'::,GT30y:CrA3C5,CrA30:s Q2 IK K 'K K 'K K 'K Sf K CD C9 CARL BROEKER 81 CO. N aperville,s Besi Deparimeni Siore ESTABLISHED 1905 NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS 5?0:11,C?xfC5CF?C3C?X3C511,Crtx3SC?x3C511,Gtx5Q3:6ECE11CFXf0:11.C?X3C:4.C?x3C5C?X30:4CFX3C3.FX3Qi4 Page 200 T I I I r I 1 4 l I ng Tl-'!E..'I929 SPECTR 1 UNI o OCEACFQC211,CFX30JzG3fC3zC3C51?0:11GB2Q:,zC?X2C21G33C3Cr330:,zC3GjC?x4'0:1:Fxf0:1zGtXi'Cs,?0:4QD If M111c:r S Sportmg OOdS SIOIO Q' 'D Q A P gli "The Home of ihe Sporismanv 'Q 15 ESX STREET AURORA, ILL. NE C6 ?i3Q7E'O?Si33fO:x195'3.3519353:x19'P'3D:xl93QD:x19?i5::9y:0:i9V33:xf95':Oai99'33:i9533:x335E0aiJ7':OO QT:11?x3C:11CFfC5G?3C31O?'Ori6123CE11Cftx30:ACftx30:11,0?X30546305116723CSA?0:11Crt230:11.620:11.Crtx3CE11O 2' fs W7 1 0 ,, ALSHULER BROS CO fi HOME OE A sv ' F HART, SCI-IAFFNER 8: MARX CLOTHES lj 0 is 17 BROADWAY, AURORA, ILL. ' Q3 PHOENIX HOSE STETSON HATS CRAWFORD SHOES ENRO SHIRTS 7' J EC51:C?XfC24,C?X3C2:CFX4'Cai?lsr?C21:C?XfQ:1.CFX3O:1:?C31G53C:1:C?X3C511C?XfC5.CrEfC':11?x30j,C?X30:116 gba? 2521? X3CS4CFX3C511,C?X3C3,6E,Q:1,? SCEACF x50::CrtX3C51zG?C511,C?C31,6EC'516? X30:4,C?x3Qj,6? 352112 'P G5 fi ASK FOR 'E . ' . . Q K "Bums" Cand1c:s-Always DCTICIOUS YN S 6 9 I C., RICHMOND CANDY COMPANY ,. gf' DISTRIBUTORS ,F Q Telephone Aurora 7272 ' 120 Downer Place ji AURORA, ILLINOIS 4,5 " .I Q9P20Q19'iqb549350:x197':0359V33:SLUP20R19V53:x195'33:g95':O:X19'5iDRi95QDR3J5'20:x19'P'33:X433iD5:9y:0G Q3115235310123C51:Cfxf0jG?3C511,C?312461250111052305523C5633C511?0iGix3Q:z6ECL11.6E'Qj,Cf33Qi65, Wm 6 9 U. Q BILL K APP' SERVICE A i STATION RED CROWN GASOLINE Qi Du Page Countyfv Busiest Corner Si WASHINGTON STREET AND CHICAGO AVENUE 'II E3 Ifome of the Bill-0-gram 0 I ,D533:x19'V33519750:x195f0R595'33R535fO:X195'3Jsxiifgbsdlyqxiwai:XJTLJO:x195':3.3R195:0R535iD:i99'i6 Page 199 A 6 0 l ' . 4 1 2 ' . . i . THE 'TQZQV SDE'CTlVllU'Nl BQi':0:293iO:4??O:x195':0:x195':OaJ5':O:x19'Y:O:E9?:0ai95':Os59'7:0:x:95'33a53V:O:x19'5:Oa:9?3D:xJJ'5'3DSJ Q5 ' 5 Un the College Campus for Thirty Years Th U ' C 1 L'f I C do 5 e mon entra 1 e nsurance o. 'rf .. 'la FLOYD A. SI-IISLER I gp Member of Darby A. Day Agency Corp. Cf l ., Q2 Largest Life Insurance Agency in the City of Chicago NAPERVILLE CHICAGO Q5 Phone 173-W Phone State 5200 CD C9C5.G7AfC3:GN'C':1zG'AfC21:G'NC2:GNC:11,?blzfllfzcglblzfiszotxfC5462C5:G'x30:1:GtXf0:zC?XfC51162 4 Q353a:i9'1f0:i9'1i3:x105':0a4J'1fD:xl95:0:Jai:XQVQ:x195'3D:x195':0a4JV35:X10'l'3Da195'33:x397QD:29i339 if . A 5 .Q rr A E DILLER M D gf tq 0 o , s o H Q Merchants National Bank Building - ff U 'fb 5 AURGRA, ILLINOIS IQ Hours: 2 to 5 P. M. Chicago Phone Q, 9 - - AL tb 7 to 8 P. M. Residence 438 Qfiice 457 Q3 C91511?lE1zGtX3C21zC?X2Ca,C3'LE1:GBfQ?Q:11,C?'SC?XfC31.CrBf021.FQJa?3C:,zC3Q2:GtXf0j,?f0:zC5 QP50M9150:Q9g0:x19'5':O:x193':0af95':OSJ5'3U537335:x19'1'33519P20.ai93fD:x193'3D:x195'3Dh95'7D543555Q 'V o Q5 'D 9 E. 5. MOSER M. D. D. o. K lb 9 9 9 E24 General Practice and Physiotherapy QD 9 PHONES: Residence 272-Mg Office 6 - Q., 'Q cb 4 S. Washington St., Corner Benton and VVashington 39 80:1,CFXiC2zCftxfCel:CrtX3C21zCFX20:z?SC3C31Cr3f0::?XfC:11,C3'Qg:GtXfC511,C?1'C2zC?XfC511.CFXf0j.C?Xf0::C5 9'kid:XJZJO:si550Q'1'fOaJ'1'f0:x:99':0:x19V2O.::9'PE0:i9'P'3D:QQVIO542iq:x:95'3D:x19'4'33af9?33:x4J5f0Cx? 57 . lg E, GRANT s11v1PsoN, M. D. Q Phone 240 Q 5 , JZ QQ Cfhce and Residence U 3 5 40 E. JEFFERSON AVENUE ocDf.c2'Q,gcfsfcg,f.c2cgoixfcgfcffsf0,142c3cfs2o,,ec?20,,f.c2c1jWQ,1c2cgF2cg,f.oefc5f,cPfQ,1c-5 Page 202 Z, . T THE 1919 SPECTRUM 1 CQQJAG? 2051162SC3'0:11,Otx3SGtX50.:1:CrtX3QiG?0:2G?'S?O:1i?Ci:11,CF 20111025515 33,67 X324 F2 we gl N gl' JULIAN M. DIETER EDW. W. GETZ Q Residence Residence Fi 0 11 ii DIETER 85 GETZ C15 WF -it J CQ 1132 Plumhlng, l-leatlng, Electrlc Wmng gf Ja I . K PHONE 80 10 JEFFERSON AVENUE W At lu Ch C6 ffoeeoffoeioefoeeoffo:infixegoefoeloeffoeefaefoegnefoeefaffoeloffoe,02iue102'inee4J2'iue4J2'iuca C9560:x195:O:x193':3D:i9?3Dai95'33i3'33:xi.9y3D.kQ Q3:0:e193E1D:x:93':O:x195':O:eJ55'qD:53545:x1'9K5kE 'f 11 fa 1 dl gg Ak 1' 'E' "F Gale!" ellew elk 1 Q0 ff eozeez . ee, 1b 41, QD 11: . . fp Q1 Qu ' 11 'af iv 1' Phone 4 91 10 gf, 11: 'T J gr Q, QV CT, 11? lil 112 Stand: 236 S. Washlngton St. 63 gl' For All ie, ix, 15 - z Q5 ,1 -5 GCCHSIOHS nf 'g M F 9 ol Q ax 11' il 11' 1' 1, 11 1, 14 Q ok dj Ol 7 Q, 'yr - QI 'gg tg Q? Dependable SCYVICC tg N ' 1 J' ff' F All e c 0 Q Neelbeeezlle Ceeeeme1fyC0. -Q . J E J, Cccaslons of . Of IL, 324 S. Weehmgeen se. Q., 'l' I1 1, , 1 5' Telephone 31-J 25, 5' E. E. STARK, Proprzetor O 14. Q3 lo Q3 lp A A lf GD bfC511CFX2C51:C?fC':1:v?C:11,fFXfC:1:CFfC3C?i'C51zC9 QQ0:11,C?XfC5:CFXfC511,C?fC:1z0AfO:1:GAfQC?fC24G GC24620l11,67x3CS1,C?x30:11C?3fS1i?X3Q23?x35211633C3373C:11,?C511,C,?X30:1iC?3fE1i7:C2S6?0:11,6?X:Q:4Q9 . . . 1 E si It IS a pleasant dlverslon for the man -11 6, and Woman who live at home to dine out ye now and then. When you think of dlfllflg fgx 11 - 9 out thlnk of us. T Q "Temjating Serfviceu 11 ' sr . 'D Q fee 1 ' E sf 1 we 1 son s e aurant ei P , A 218 S. Washington se. Phone 257 ?D'P"0:sitoa4JgO:x193'33zxlfiyfbeffoa53V:0aJ3'f0M95':0:xl9'l'f0aJ1':O.:J'1'f0:x4J'Y20.::DV3D:e195f0GJ Page 201 THE 1929 SPECTRUM o A IG 'P n 90:11,Cf4S,Cr40:11,CrA30:1:Cr'x5C:1zG4Q5CrA301113Gaz?0:430:11,CFX3Q:1zCfx50:1zC?x3Q3G'40:11640-QQ 1 E t . If SRIFE CLEA ER if o 'Y If Q' 2 Complete Dry Cleaning and Tailoring I - SERVICE H Q If gil' TG ii:x19'53:x19'P50:xl95'3Dai?8335:9835:i'J'1'33:i9'1EO:x19VQ:x19V:wD:x19'P':O:XJDVRD:xJJ'l'33:x4J3'i3:x19'i"0GJ 2511? 1303132117 3C54620:116?3C51zO?S0:11.Og5C:1zC? 30:1:?0:1:6?C511,C? 3551620235 1351? X30 Q 55 gjr FURNITURE REPAIRING and RECOVERING Q5 Your Choice of Materials gi' 29 Refinishing and Reglueing Mattresses Renovated is I I 2 210 zmieff Ul0h0!fZ01fzz0g S0009 A 0 'Q 218 S. WASHINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 515 P 9 T5Yfozsifib:x:9'P'73:x:'Ji'i:sD5'35819253.59833:x:95i3:205':0:XJ1608:9353:EO'i'2O:xJ'1'i5:x5D5i:i9'1'jO,ig G0:161830:4Cr-33Q:4C?X3C:1i0'-33QECFTS0:10783Q:11,CfxS0:SC?3C51iO2'C311G?T:C513C?3C31C?3Q:110?X:0:1.C?X:0AQ VI I Sf PASTEURIZED G, . 'I MILK AN D CREAM 2 Tuberculin Tested it 2 THE OTTERPOHL DAIRY J Q o Q 12. S. ELLSWORTH ST. ' PHONE 478-J lp 9 T5 333259550:i95'7D:s35i3:QJ'P'3D:s95'QDsi95':0:x197'33ai93'i334553:xJ95':O:xl9'1hA0:x:92'3Da432iD:x39?3Dg9 9521611305115 TEAC? 1303462051167 Elec? 132165 30:1z03C31,Crt43SC? 2521? 3211? 2021? SOJQC? X30-QQ ITS sl' 5 REUSS STATE BA K Q T23 ESTABLISHED 1886 jj 1. 2 "THE COMMUNITY BANK" II . fi Capffaz and Surplus 0150000 F Sf S5553:x593:0:x19ii3:s9'i'33:x:95'3D:X:35'33:x19'1'33sgiiilsi93'3D:XJZQO::95qD:x119'4i3:x39'l':O:xJ2'i3:x39'5"O6 Page 204 3 i I . T J. l THEi'1lQ1iQ SDECTRIJZNI S95'5D:i9Y:0Q'P60sf95E0:QOY33:QOVQDg95'fO:sJ'l"0sxflifb:Q95i3a:O'1fDsxl9'3'3D:xl93i5195333193533 of 13, ,Q 32 S Q? f rg MEN? wEAn Sv: sl-los-J' N SCs,?021,CrtXfC:1zC?X30:1,GtXfQg:Gtxf0j?fC:1:C2'SC?354632Ca,C?XfC3:CFxf0:11,C30:1zCFXf0:1z6'Ai0:zG9 QiiygxlfiifoggD2'i35gD?i105g92'f0gQ9'1'f0gx,Oii3C9 GDf':O:x19'4':0:29i'f0:x19'1'i'ia19V3D:x193':0a4JY3D? J 35 SQ - Qu Z' ,Q 115 ff! K? 5116 .gp 2 Al:rlznlNc ol Q, c L:-:AN mc Je . ,gb Pmzssluo 311011 O EN 0 r 7' H nf Q, 'Qi R. N. GIVLER 63 5? Pubhsher Q, QD IL5 JL lb Q5 wg 1? W Q il CATALOG and JOB ij, Jeff' A 0 PRINTING 57, 5, 57 bb Q5 Printers for lg ff Q! College Chronicle fi. CD fi and ,Q '53 Seminary Review if 'fl fl Phone 11 Q' 52 . 16 1? dj! 208-212 S. Washlngton St. all 25, vf ,n 2 no tg NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS 455 tiki JQSEPH MAZZA iff' gy' 4 E5 gf 18 S. VVashington sr. Phone 320 Q3 GCiz?x3Q:4CrtX3Q1-4.Crtx3QUl4GB3Ql4GB3Q14Crtx30:,-4GJ GDCEAC?3Q5,?x30511?SLJSGEQQ-l11C,?X30:11C?X3E139 Q'P":Or:9'F:0XLOVQONLOVQOak-LWQO:i9?i5:i05':O:29?33:x:9Y3D:QOYTOadlifbaliiifb:29'P'fO:x:J3'is:9'1iDQ3 of ig Alf cb NAPERVILLE .OIL COMPANY of , Q5 A 5 , Q Deczcleclly Inclepencleni gl PHONE 456 ij, 4b , xi QQgiC3Q5,GtX3C51Crtx3Q5O1X3Q:1? fCE:1:Gtx30:1,Cf1Y0.:fSG? 3CS1Gtx30:1:O3'Q5Cr1x30:12GtX30:1zGg 353-,Cf33CL:11C'9 Page 203 Tl-154414924 Lspsttlvlmfl U Nl 4 ok 9C51f,GtX3QiCftxfQ:1,Cf 5121?0:116330565305,630:1zCrtx3Q303fO:11,GE0.:1zCf?0:11,Cftx3Q21,?CiP:Crtx30iQ, 9 N 'T ei' ok x Q E COMPlLIMENTS OF A Q Q Y? Scott, E germann 81 Lambe il o l V' INCORPGRATED 9 ?:'O:Q9'FO5195QO:ei?5':0:e193':0ke19V:O:e195'f0ss93:O:el93':D51953554733xJ5':0r193QDk:955Ox:95f09 C90:11673C3,Cfx30:1zCF4'0:1zC,2Q:11GB30:1z3556:63 QQQiCfEfQ,v1GEC:11,? X3C31Crtx30:1:C? WEL? xgoxig ZS 'l 'E K5 lg 9 9 '32 WILLIAM R. FRIEDRICH 422 DR- R' H- GQOD K, if Q' gl PRACTICBQLIMITED TO CQ Ldwyey Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat ' ' 1 Q' SL' and Bronchoscopy, Q 125 S- WaSh1Ugf0U St-' Hours: 9-12:30 Except Wednesday if A gil 59 Rooms: 1109 Marshall Field Annex 'll 5 Phone 2 NAPERVILLE, ILL- Q Q 25 E. Weehiegfen sr.eer.Webeeh Ave. 46 A gl Q1 Phone Randolph 4444 CHICAGO wg cgQC51i07x30:11,Gtx3Ci:1zCf33Q3.C,?X3C3:?0.?:0?3Q:11,E 2V30RULEO34.95'TD.k.93':O:v.9'P':0k9'5:0:v.95aOa:g Cabs?C21:CF3C31.CFI2C3:C?'l21zC?fC511,C?XfCa,6: QD S93C5?f021,CFX3C:1:CFXf0:1z?SC?fCLAFXRQG 8 lf gg lf dk sf' 'Q ev' 'Q L DR. R R ENCK cf. A 5 .I W. L. MIGELY, 3, DEN TIST ,ff M D 53 el 29 ' ' I Q ' Sargent Building If NAPERVILLE, ILL. If 0 l i Naperville, 111. Phone 567 Q . C12 C9 :95:0:e19'1'iD:e335'iD:e4J'l'35a4JY:O:e4JV3D:sD'V3DC-D C9QC3C?fC3:?0::C3'C511,Crt'3C51:?'0::Fx3C51:C1D Q?3a.3:e195qD:ei9'5'33:Q37'QOai95iD:x193':O:el95':OxC2 QQCSSC? 3051173C51,67X30l11CFX3Q:167x3Q:1,?QjE95 li Qu gk lm Q '9 si L. DR. THos. WHITE Q2 A. R. RIKLI, M. D. Q. .J o ok Q, tg DENTIST N. C. C. '03 tg Q, . D ol ok gl, G, Tune bY Appomtment Office and Residence ll, ' -lk flu ' I P i 120 S. Washington St. East Of CNY Park gb N'QGBf0::?fC31zC?fCa,Cr3fCELFSQEQCSCEQC9 GD53R59'FO5:93'fOa5J5QD:sJ?33:e19'1i3:e:3'?3ag .13 Page 206 . W? Q 5 I l I 3, Tl-IE 1919 SDECTRU Nl o o lo o o o o A 3eess.o2'f0s,o2f0saolffssaoffinsgrfosave-0seamsolo-:fiascorffosgoif-ssevffivscoifossaarffokaifogl I Q You R I F' E Q I-. OBJECTIVES gl 52 Analyzecl and Unclerwrltten ,, BY ,l Q5 Q H0 ELL E. MANNING Q2 Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States Naperville 394M Chicago Franklin 0400 l I5screwoffersoggC20,4cfs021,cwceleescgcPfo,,f,eefce,1c?fo,lwcg,cfso,,f,c?fo,lo12Qglcfs0,45 3rfosarfoscoifo:colascoifogafffosco2"0sco2"0s,o'f0weresgoifnsaoefooscogascgo-fssgnifoQ, of FW U CLAYTO F. QUMMY CC. If I CEstablished in 18885 Q Publishers - Importers - Dealers Zjl f 'Q A House which deals only in Music of the Better Class, and from Whom A 59 one may expect the utmost in Courtesy and Service. ,Q I 'Q 429 s. INABASH AVE. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 59 CNext door to the Auditoriumlj ,Q 1 250g1,C3'C3:C?X302:C?XfC51:?C211G33C31G330:11,C30g1?SCr330:11,C?X20546350113C:1,C?X3Gl:,CrtX1'0y:CCg 5rfoscofffsscoiffoscorfinszoiivsaaeiuscorfoscoefosaoiffssgnefosanrffoscorfinscoiingarffsscoifinto If ll 3 AURORAS BES1 STORE ., , ' Il ls Women's and M ISSCS, Apparel ff' 3, Silks, Woolens, fewelry, Neckwear , I EN 2 W ADE LIETZ 81 GROMETER 5 . AURORA, ILLINOIS 23, 1' 1 I3cc,1cHo,,lcfsQ:f,cfscarscgCHQicfsoff,oe20,f,cfsQ,f,efsQ,lc2cgecfscelcfsce,1cf20,lfscc,1faP 326032-lfoseoefosaneesscoefosaoefoeaavsnscoifiusanwfuscfnefoscoresscoeanscoeffsscaneiueaaifoQ rf lf 3 A. lvl. HIRSH J. J. RILEY I. A. STEWART Q, I Q5 Al, gl HIR I-I-RILEY-STEWART co. S 'Q AL jj? Clollliers and Furnishers cb 13 SOUTH BROADWAY AURORA, ILLINOIS ET, Q' JL 450,42cgefolafsojcfscelcfso,,f,cfscarstaraQglcfseglcfsccaeeselcgwoefeaffseacg Page 205 THE 1929 SPECTRUM o o C?l0J11O? 3Q:11Cftx3SO? QSO? x30.11Gtx50.11Gt'30,11fC2T CZCEGE0:11.Cf7X3Q:1iCfX3CE11,0?fQ:4O3f0:11,CrtX30:11,G:Q fi Q. ff J' PELLINGS Q E, o . Q o ' sv GROCERY 2 "Try One of Our 15 Cent if N53 - ok . . Q Li SHHdW1ChCS'7 Q Seruzce Thai Saizsfies Q Q S ' O W h d 4' . if 1? erfvice ur ate war EK if E, 0- Phone 47 or Q Ig N. Ellsworth St., East of Depot TELEPHONE 407 25J5':O:E19'3EDai95':O:E195iD:E19'3':0:E195'5D:e9V35C9 EQJVQOEUVQa535'33ai9V3Da:'95i3:Ei95:0ai97e.3lg9 63031.65 35116330362 X3C511,GtX3C:1,G2Q:1,G?CS1,f Q QICESCF x3C51iCftX3CS1:GE'SC? X30:11,Gt'3C51iCrt'30.:1i6: Q 6 gr fi fr AL'S MARKET it tj, E .55 .MEATS, GROCERIES J .55 t USE Q1 29 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 29 TQUSI-,EY'S Q2 fi ' - 'v 6 W gi The Little tiiorgozggat Delzfvers '65 VVe Know our Groceries and Weid Be JI '65 Qt 3- Pleased to "Meat" You E Q . A Phone-Naperville 31-M Q Phone 530-531 6Jia-:O:QJ5'A0:E193fO:E:95'3Da193'QO:Es95iD:49'5':0GJ 2'PJ?3D:i95'qO'z95i3:s95iD:E1'95i:E595'QD:Ei9V:OIgD C9N0:1113Q:116'tX3C31CrtX3S62Q21GE056:: P35249 GN0:1153C211CF:C:13C?x3L11CFX3921,6:Q9.i,GB3C:119 'Q Telephone 35 318 S. Washington St: w 5 1 , E REBUILDING Aril2iirR.Beza'e!iiiaii Co. Q1 wa '75 Licensed Embalmer No. 3240 9 'J Ju . VE Q Service While You Wait Funeral Dlrecior " J no Z 38 W. JEFFERSON AVE. Monuments cj J Next to the Grand Theatre 63 N APERVILLE, ILL. S ilk Q P ITD3'iJaJ5fO:E195"O.:E:9'1:0:El9'P'2D:s93'i3:E4Ji'iD:QGJ C9V33a3J?:0:E4J'P60a4J'i'iDQ5'3Da5J5'2Da4JVQkg gb:05173C:11C7X3C':116?C3i?X5C:11,f?x3C3,6?X30:4E E3:33359550E39533:xii5iD:E105'2OgJ3'i3g,193'i3kQP J. , 'f 'f 9- 'Q C. SCI-IERER 8: SCN EAST SIDE STORE . ,., 'Q S Quality Hardware and gr ED' CANDIES QS Sherwin Williams Paints ICE CREAM 4? on y 1 I 'K 'Q WASHING MACHINES CAKE A Q AND FURNACES YN .E COOKIES S9 9 C23 Phone 599 On Blain Corner Q E. G. HARTRONYT, PROP. 435 9Yin3,19ifogeloiffg5x49:ff0ge,92'Qg,l91f0si1J223k6J C9N563C:1:C?XfQg:?XfC5:C?X3C51f,C3'Q2:?C21:GD Page 208 n ' 'P EQ THE k'1Q2j ISUELLCLPTIIRU' I gagbZaf9?:O:X19'gOai9W5Q0:i9'5QDs:'3V:Oa9y33g .,, il. - 3 DR. R. J. PANNING Q ., W is I DENTIST Q l I 'lie 4 S. Washingtoin St. Eb NAPERVILLE, ILL. I Office 360 RCS. 272M 2.3, if . 'O 2DiG2:CrtxfCe:CftPfC'a.C?30je46?fGg:GtX3Gj.62'0:11,Q I 3fffosaorfoS10rSaSrJ9'fv2'foM02'iss10'eSus:02Gu1cg Q S. . Q A D. MILLER I 9 JEWELER Q5 Fine Watches, Jewelry ,Q 'QL Optical Repairing J The Studenfs Jeweler if 1 I I Masonic Temple Bldg. L NAPERVILLE a 1 2 I ocgcgcgcaQ,.We,.McHe,f.oB2Off.c2Cg.f.2 l F A I OefoS10egoS20250S.4JW2v..4J'r2oS10'1'2oS4J2'foO e 7 I 5 BILL S HAT SHOP Q. J Fox Promenade li FEXLIE i 9 . Chl HAPEROASHERY I iv Q Phone 676 AURORA, ILL. 175 N I, J' A A A A fm G'JC24GAf0:11.GAiOjCf4021.z6AfQCrtP30g:.GtxfGjGD C95'fO:X195':0af9?Os::9'F5QO:x195Q:x19'1':O:x19'i33G9 ig C9 Alf' J 1 feeil- U -Q ,i..f9.1 "mu1i ' 1? P 4 --1 .: ,A -yy .fx I If f L. 1 . 'V I li CLI DeSoto Six 0' Q Modish, Beautiful and Fine if Throughout tf gal A Chrysler Motors Product' 49 Q. VAUGHAN MOTOR SALES ,fs ga NAPERVILLE, ILL. 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