North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)

 - Class of 1931

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.11 THE l93l SPECTRUM P U B L I S H E D BY NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE fX covvrucm IOM NORMAN UDE 7f'N Www W ,Rl THE IQSI SPECTRUM EIN , I 2,QC,, f FOREWORD Down through four years of college life-studies, compan- ions, activities, professors, and fun have colored our experi- ences and memories. The SPECTRUM comes as a reminder and a final stimulus to the recall of four years of our past. A light thrown through a crys- tal prism is scattered into a beautiful Spectrum ray. Our source of light has been the real, true North Central Spirit thrown upon four years of our lives. The SPECTRUM rays in their elegant and delicate colors are the things we will carry away from NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE. They shall be our guiding forces and shall always enrich our experiences. They will show forth their influences in our attitudes toward life and in our attempts to live and work. DEDICATION To Dean George Iohn Kim. M. A., Ph. D., D. D., whose persistent and never dying ef- forts have stimulated us to tread on, we humbly dedicate this volume of the SPECTRUM. Dean Kim represents the True North Central Spirit in every walk of life. I-Ie is genuine. sincere, courteous, studious, and extremely modest. He pos- sesses a profound understand- ing of human problems and especially those of the student. He is always ready with a helping hand and an eager de- sire to assist. It is our deepest desire that we may take out into life some of his attitudes, principles and teachings which he has ema- nated to us through a life lived. IN MEMORIAM Eben Shall tbz bust rzturn tn tb: earth as it tnasg Qnh the spirit shall return to Gab who gave it," DEAN A. A. KRUG, beloved dean, rninifter, and chriftian friend. 10.5 RALPH FASSINGER, fcudenr and friend of many. L I V Wu- Q. ! Ii r .. . -x . .r.- -,-- "iv-J'v"j5u-I'7'S - , 1 - -, -N-' . ... f 'V ., . '. 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Assistant Professor of German and English 13 I FACU LTY fi if SP - ...YR IN... I-IAZEL MAY SNYDER B. A., M. A. Professor of Home Economics MARIAN HARMAN B. A., M. A., Ph. D. Professor of Classics EDWARD N. HIMMEL B. A.. M. S. Assistant Professor of Botany MRS. LILLIAN PRIEM B. S., M. S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry ELIZABETH WILEY B. A., M. A. Assistant Professor of English Page 20 l C. LEONARD BIEBER B. A. Assistant Physical Director for Men CLEO TANNER B. S. Physical Director for Women CLAUDE C. PINNEY Mus. B. Director of the School of Music and Professor of Organ, Theory, and Piano MARGARETHA EBENBAUER Mus. B., Mus. M. Instructor in Piano MILDRED WHITE Mus. B. Instructor in Public School Music and Voice Page 21 FACU LTY 'GUM DOROTHY E. THOMAS B. A., M. A. Instructor in Classics and English WILMERT WOLF B. A. Assistant Professor in Debate and Social Science HERMANUS BAER Mus. B., Mus. M. Professor of Voice HELEN WATSON B. A., Mus. B., Mus. M. Instructor in Theory and Piano MRS. HERMANUS BAER Mus. B. Instructor in Piano MARY S. BUCKS Assistant Professor of English in Academy MRS. PAUL BOYER B. A. Assistant Instructor in French FREDRICK TOENNIGES Director of Band and Orchestra BRENDA HAIST B. A. Secretary to the President OSCAR L. EBY Assistant Treasurer FACU LTY X3 M 'Y IANE C. GROSVENOR B. A. E. Instructor in Art and Design RUTH HAROLDSON Mus. B. Instructor in Violin HILDRED NEINSTEDT B. A. MRS. BERNICE SMITH Bookkeeper MRS. NELLIE M. CROMER Assistant to Registrar Page 22 AUM I My SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PERRY E. PYLE B. A. HISTORY Assistant in History 4: Class President 4: Golden Triangle Players 3, 4: His- tory Club 3, 4, President 4: Debate 3: Oratory 2: Seager Association I, 2, 3, 4. HuGH A. BONE B. A. SOCIAL SCIENCE Class Vice-President 4: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4: Golden Triangle Players 4: Oratory 3: Pi Gamma Mu 4, Vice- President 4: English Club 3, 4: Class Basketball l, 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Chairman 4. ELo1s HAYDEN B. A. FRENCH Class Secretary 4: Y. W. C. A. Social Chairman 4: Classical Club 3: Soccer 23 May Queen 1930. KARL S. BERGSTRESSER B. A. CHEMISTRY Assistant in Chemistry 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Secretary 1, 2: Oratorio 1, 2, 3. Page 24 T l-...2l I . ! Q Y NAIDA L. BAIR B. A. BIBLE AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4: Student Volunteers, Secretary 4: Baseball 3: Tennis: W. A. A. ELEANORE M. BAKER B. A. ENGLISH Transfer from Crane College: Classic- al Club: W. A. A. 3, 4: Oratorio 3, 4. VICTOR G. BAUMGARTNER B. A. HISTORY Student Council, Vice-President 4: Men's Glee Club 4: History Club 3. 4: Athletic Board of Control, Presi- dent 4: Football 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: "N" Club 2, 3, 4: Oratorio RUTH M. BERGEMAN B. A. PUBLIC SPEAKING Golden Triangle Players, Secretary 4: Debate 3: Forensic Board of Control 3: Oratorio. Page 25 SENIORS IOHN B. BISHOP B. A. PHILOSOPHY Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4, President 4: Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Oratorio 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 3. ELSIE BOGART B. A. GERMAN Classical Club 3, 4: Oratorio 1, 3, 4. ANGELIN O. BORK B. A. ENGLISH Assistant in English 3, 4: Women's Cvlee Club 1: English Club 3, 4: Ora- torio 1, 3, 4. Louis BORNHOFF B. S. PHYSICAL SCIENCE Transfer from Illinois University 1930: Assistant Sports Editor of Chronicle 4: History Club 4: Track 4. SENIORS DORTHY V. BOWRON B. A. PUBLIC SPEAKING Debate 3: Oratorio 3, 4. WELDON H. BRANDT B. A. PHYSICS lgnglish Club 3, 4: Football Reserves HERMAN BRANNAN B. A. HISTORY IOHN C. CHRIST B. A. BIOLOGY Manager of Basketball 3: Cross Coun- try 2, 3: Oratorio 2, 3: HN" Club 4. FREDRICK C. CLALIS B. A. COMMERCE Assistant Publisher of Chronicle 2: Class Basketball 2, 4: Class Baseball 3, 4: Baseball Manager 2: "N" Club 3, 4. DORIS I. COOPER B. A. HOME ECONOMICS Transfer from Michigan State Nor- mal: Home Economics Club 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: W. A. A. 3, 4: Volleyball 4: Soccer 4. ARNOLD CRIPPEN B. A. SOCIAL SCIENCE EDWIN C. DANNER B. A. ZOOLOGY Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Traveled 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4. Page 26 HERTIS L. DEABLER B. A. PSYCHOLOGY Class President 3: Band 1: Debate 4. WILLIAM I. DECKINGER B. A. HISTORY Class Treasurer 3: President Student Body 4: Men's Glee Club 1, 2: Golden Triangle Players 4: History Club 3, 4: Seager Association 3, 4. IRENE A. DOLIGHERTY B. S. HOME ECONOMICS Transfer from Illinois State Normal 1930: Home Economics Club 4. ADELINE EIGENBRODT B. A. BIOLOGY Student Council 1: Chronicle Staff 1: Tennis 2, 3, 4: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Page 27 SENIORS ERVIN W. EPLING B. A. HISTORY IUDSON S. ERNE B. A. HISTORY Student Council 1, 2: SPECTRUM 1, 2: History Club 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: "N" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4. MARIAN FARNSWORTH B. A. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, SOCIAL SCIENCE Y. W. C. A., Treasurer 4: Student Volunteers 4: Oratorio 4. MARCELLA L. FAWCETT Mus. B. MUSIC Orchestra: WOmen's Glee Club 3, 4: Oratorio 4: Tennis: W. A. A.: "N" Club. il ' 'I su-4 'li- ,Aw QW' SENIORS EVA L. FISHLEY B. A. BIOLOGY Assistant in Zoology 4: Oratorio 1. ESTHER H. FRITZEMEIER B. A. ENGLISH, CLASSICS Classical Club: Oratorio 1, 3. MRS. HATTIE ILANGI GRAME B. A. ENGLISH, RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Student Volunteers 2, 3: Oratorio 2, 3. FRANCIS O. GREENAWAY B. A. HISTORY Assistant Editor of Chronicle 1, 2, 3 History Club 2, 3, 4: Oratorio 2, 3 Soccer 2. FELIX F. GROSS B. A. SOCIAL SCIENCE Golden Triangle Players 3, 4: Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: English Club 4. CORWIN GUELL LAW SCHOOL Finishes B. A. at Northwestern CAROLEEN HALLER B. A. CLASSICS Class Treasurer 1: Student Council, Secretary-Treasurer 2: Classical Club 1, 2, 3, 4: W. A. A. 4: Oratorio 1: Soccer 4: Baseball 3: Volleyball 3. ANNA MABEL HEINMILLER B. A. FRENCH Assistant in English: Class Secretary 3: Student Council, Secretary 4: Y. W. C. A. Chapel Chairman 3: Golden Triangle Players 3, Vice-President 4: Soccer 1, 2. Page 28 I I-I E I II I I P . 1 .9 . 1 J- .. : . FLORENCE M. I-IOVEY B. A. ENGLISH, GERMAN Assistant in English: English Club 4: Oratorio. EVELYN R. IUEDES B. A. ENGLISH Women's Glee Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Traveled 4: Golden Triangle Play- ers 4. EDNA L. KATES B. A. HOME ECONOMICS Assistant in Home Economics 3, 4: Y. W. C. A., Treasurer 3: Athletic Board of Control 4: Basketball 1, 2, 4, Captain 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4: W. A. A., President 4, Secretary 2: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 4. EMIL H. KENAS B. A. BIOLOGY Assistant in Botany: Chronicle 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4. Page 29 SENIORS RICHARD H. KEOUGH B. S. COMMERCE Tennis 3, 4, Captain 3, 4: "N" Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT C. KEOUGH B. A. SOCIAL SCIENCE Student Council 4: "N" Club: Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, President 3, 4: Ten- nis 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM KIMMEL B. A. MUSIC Class President 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, President 3, 4: Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Traveled 1, Secretary 2: Ora- torio 1, 3, 4. CHARLES G. KRAMER B. A. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Transfer from Evansville College: Debate 4: Student Volunteers 4: Man- ager of Track 4: Manager of Cross Country 4. . 'I if 'MMM .I xx . SENIORS ELAINE KYNER B. A. ENGLISH ELLEN I. LARSEN B. A. BIOLOGY Athletic Board of Control, Secretary 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Tennis, Captain 3, 4: "N" Club 2, 3, 4: W. A. A. 2, 43 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 4. YuK W. LEE B. A. COMMERCE Transfer from Boston University: Tennis 4. IOSEPH W. LEVERENZ B. A. SOCIAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC SPEAKING Classical Club 2, 3, President 35 De- bate 2, 3: Baseball Manager 33 "N" Club 3, 4. KENNETH MALMBERG B. A. MEDICAL SCHOOL Completes degree at Northwestern. WESLEY F. MANTHEI B. A. HISTORY History Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. ROY E. MARKS B. A. PHILOSOPHY Chronicle Staff 2, 3, 4, Publisher 4: Seager Association 2, 3, Secretary 3, Track 1, 2, 3. AGNES L. MARSHALL B. A. BIBLE AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Transfer from Pickaway Normal to Wittenberg College to North Central College, Student Volunteers 3, 4. Page 30 I I CHARLES T. MARSHALL B. A. CHEMISTRY Band 1: Football Manager 3: HN" Club 3, 4: Athletic Association, Treas- urer 4. FREDERICK R. MATHER B. A. COMMERCE Assistant in Commerce 4: Men's Glee Club 4: Debate 2. CECIL L. MuNsON B. A. ENGLISH Classical Club 1: English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. MILTON NEHRBASS B. A. PSYCHOLOGY Finishes degree at Evangelical Theo- logical Seminary. Page 31 SENIORS FIJI NEMETO B. A. SOCIAL SCIENCE VIOLA K. GBERLIN B. A. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, BIOLOGY Orchestra 2: Band 2, 3, 43 Student Volunteers 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: W. A. A. 2, 3, 4, President 4. RAY S. POTTER B. A. HISTORY Golden Triangle Players 4g History Club 4. ESTHER L. REGLI B. A. BIOLOGY Assistant in Biology 4: Oratorio 3: Soccer 3, 43 Basketball 3. A. 4, W ' iwPl:CTRUM SENIORS CONSTANCE A. RENNELS B. A. LATIN, ENGLISH Assistant in English 3: Student Coun- cil 4g Editor of Chronicle 43 English Club. VICTOR M. RHEIN B. A. PSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY Assistant in Psychology and Phil- osophy 4: Y. M. C. A. Chapel Chair- man 3: Associate Editor of SPECTRUM 3, Editor 43 Classical Club I: Debate 3: Oratory 3g Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4. MARY E. RIKLI B. A. BIOLOGY Assistant in Chemistry 4: Band 3: Eaaseball l, 33 Soccer 4, W. A. A. 3, EARL S. ROSAR B. A. EDUCATION Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball 2, 4: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: "N" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. - , .Law-sh... , LESTER W. ROSENOW B. A. BIOLOGY Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 4: "N" Club 2, 3, 4. ALVIN A. SAuER B. A. COMMERCE Y. M. C. A., Treasurer 3, Social Chairman 2, Football 1, Basketball 1: Homecoming Committee 4, Class Basketball 3, 4. IOHN F. SCHAEFER B. A. SOCIAL SCIENCE Class Vice-President 2, Student Coun- cil 4, Debate 2, 3, 4: Forensic Board of Control 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 43 Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4. ISABEL SCHMIDT B. A. SOCIAL SCIENCE Page 32 nf, 1 'lnlrliz lfial . 4. C iv fs LEO F. SCHNEIDER B. A. MATHEMATICS Football 3, 4. RUTH H. SCHROEDER B. A. . HOME ECONOMICS Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 2, Traveled lp Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4. MILFORD D. SCHULZ B. A. ZOOLOGY, CHEMISTRY Assistant in Organic Chemistry: Chronicle Staff 2, 3: Band 1, 2. KENNETH SEEBACH B. A. HISTORY Page 33 SENIORS WESLEY SIEBERT B. A. PSYCHOLOGY, GERMAN Completes degree at Evangelical The- ological Seminaryg Golden Triangle Players: Seager Association, President 4. HOWARD E. SLEETER B. A. COMMERCE Golden Triangle Players 4, Treasurer 4: Football Manager 4. HARRY L. SLICK B. A. ENGLISH Transfer from Garrett Biblical Insti- tute. LEROY I. SMAY B. A. MUSIC Band 1, 2, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 4: Men's Glee Club 1, 4. ' I I3 Isl I-.ff SENIORS GRANT E. SMITH B. S. COMMERCE Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain Club 2, 3, 4. NETTIE R. STARR B. A. HOME ECONOMICS Classical Club l, 2: Oratorio EDNA ST. CLAIR B. A. PUBLIC SPEAKING IOYCE STIEFBOLD B. A. CLASSICS, ENGLISH Assistant in English 4: C Staff 4. 39 "N" NORMAN E. UDE Y B. A. PHYSICS, MATHEMATICS Assistant in Physics 4: Class Secre tary 1: Student Council 3: Y. M. C. A. 3: Business Manager of SPECTRUM 4: Golden Triangle Players 3, 4, Pres- 2, 3. ident 4. CLAYTON UNGER B. A. HISTORY Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4. hmnide L1LL1A1Bl-R. VOGEL HISTORY Y. W. C. A.: History Club: Oratorio. Page 34 -v 'I C' , I l F l Q "I l 'I ' l 'llf Q., , . I ii I 112. S 'N ,f .LEA X ALICE L. VOIGHT B. A. HOME ECONOMICS Won1en's Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 ioccerii 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3: W. A. .3, . MRS. WINERED F. WANG B. A. EDUCATION IEANETTE A. WARNE B. A. HISTORY History Club: Oratoriog W. A. A.: Sigma Rho Gamma. DAVID L. WIEST B. A. COMMERCE Transfer from Findlay College: Men's Glee Club 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Class Basketball 3, 45 Class Baseball 3, 4: Oratorio 3. Page 35 SENIORS IOHN WILLIAMS B. A. COMMERCE Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Basket ball l, 2, 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 4. FRANK G. WOLF B. A. ZOOLOGY Assistant in Zoology 45 Football 1. VERNON ZIMMERMAN B. A. BIOLOGY Classical Club: Golden Triangle Play- ers: Football: Assistant in Botany Assistant in Physical Education. THE CLASS OF '3I Proudly and ambitiously the "class of '31" made its first appearance in old Nichol's Hall, in the fall of '27. College had started, studies and play both were confronted. Fighting determinedly, the "Red and Black" were pulled through the Du Page, and were conquered in the "Sack-Rushf' but on that memorable Homecoming day of '27, the class won her first college victory by overwhelm- ingly defeating the Sophomores in the "Push-Ball" contest. She proved her worth in sportsmanship on the athletic field: her intellectual side in debates and dramatics. Time passed fast, the bright path of college life was nearing the end of its first year. Many friends had been made, and in Iune the "Green Caps" were put away in a chest of memories. ln the fall of '28 she returned more assured. The thrills and thoughts of the year before were inscribed in each one's memory. The members of the "class of '31" were now Sophomoresg new worlds were to be conquered. Again the class distinguished itself by winning the annual "Frosh-Soph" debateg placing men on Varsity teams and proving itself above the average in class teams. The class won a high place on the campus, her age increased, her idea of knowledge decreased, and soon she could proudly claim the "Sun Dial" as a part of her tradition. Upperclassmen-Iuniorsl At first the new name startled those who claimed it. Among the exclusive upper-half, the "Red and Black" were now confronted with deeper problems, and with the thought of proving to be superior to the classes who were to follow in her footsteps. Good times, parties, picnics, and as a climax, the Iunior-Senior Banquet. Thewclass of '31" was now repre- sented in all branches of college life. Her successes increased and her repre- sentatives proved their worth to North Central by their dependability and enthusiasm. The pleasant road of college life was soon to end. Honored guests at the Iunior-Senior Banquet, the ordering of Invitations, and the measurement of Caps and Gowns, all came in order. The time for Graduation had arrived. Indeed, each member had broadened his knowledge, acquired new friends, and created new desires. The most eventful and happiest years are past: new op- portunities are looming on the horizon: the class inspired by the years gone by, crosses the threshhold and enters a new and interesting world. IUDSON S. ERNE, Class Historian Page 36 T lol li l S' ff 2 ' I THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC MILDRED R. BEHR Mus. B. PIANO Diploma in Public School Music. ESTHER MARIE BRANDT Mus. B. PIANO Diploma in Public School Music. ALMA MARGARET WILLIAMS Mus. B. PIANO Diploma in Public School Music. GLADYS ANNA EISENACH Diploma in Public School Music: Di- ploma in Voice. Page 37 AUDINE V. SMITH Diploma in Piano. LucILLE VIVIAN HEYDT Diploma in Voice. ROBERT RUDOLF KNOSHER Diploma in Organ. WARD ELBERT MANGES Diploma in Voice. H f L 1 ll af-1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS .V DONALD R. KRING NORMAN KLUMP President Treasurer Blissfield, Michigan Blissfield, Michigan ROBERT CALDWELL FRANCES IONES Vice-President Secretary Findlay, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Page 38 l..,i - 4 T I 5 , ...J 5 CLAIR ACHENBACH Naperville, Ill. AARON AMTSBUECHLER Traverse City, Mich. ERNEST AMTSBUECHLER Cedar, Mich. GWENDOLYN ARENDS Naperville, Ill. IRENE BECKER Clay Center, Nebr. CLARA BEIGHTOL Forreston, Ill. BERNICE BERND New Richmond, Wis. Page 39 JUNIORS GLADYS BLECK New London, Wis. GERTRUDE BLOEDE Hartford, Wis. IANET BOCK Danville, Ill. CARL BOETTCHER Hinckley, Ill. CLARENCE BOETTCHER Iona, Mich. CHARLES BONNEMA Cicero, Ill. r QRRIN BORN Naperville, Ill. DANIEL BORNEMEIER Elmwood, Nebr. DELBERT BREWE DeKalb, Ill. RUTH BROEKER Naperville, Ill. EARL BURGER Elkhart, Ind. ALVERA CLARK Hinckley, Ill. TRUMAN CLAUS Ottawa, Ill. HERMAN COMPTON Naperville, Ill. JUNIORS U 55 T W RUM SAMUEL CORRALLO Lockport, N. Y. EARL DAUBERMAN Maple Park, Ill. DEAN DEVENY Lorain, Ohio LLOYD DOENIER Arcadia, Wis. MARGARET DUNLAP Cleveland, Ohio DOROTHY ELFRINK Chenoa, Ill. DAPHNE EVANS Naperville, Ill. Page 40 T ir! ESTHER FISCHER Blue Earth, Minn. RAYMOND FISCHER Chenoa, Ill. ELOISE FRYE Cleveland Heights, Ohio ILAH GARMAN Mendon, Mich. OLEVA GINGRICH Reed City, Mich. BEATRICE GIVLER Naperville, Ill. MILDRED GOOD Marion, Kans. Page 41 Q I fllj 1 I , 1 JUNIORS WILLIAM GRAHAM Chicago, Ill. MARY GuYOT Waukegan, Ill. MERCEDES HAFENRICHTER Plainfield, Ill. UARDA HAFENRICHTER Plainfield, Ill. GORDON I-IAIST Edgerton, Ohio EARL I-IEINHORST Forest City, Ill. EDWARD HENNINGER Cicero, Ill. WILMA I-IERR Monroe, Mich. ROLAND I-IERTEL Olivia, Minn. KATHERINE I-IIKES Chicago, Ill. LLOYD I-IINDERS Shannon, Ill. ARTHUR I-IOOTON Huntington, Ind. ALBERT I-IORST Crown Point, Ind. IRA IOHNSON North Aurora, Ill. F I2 C 'T R U M JUNIORS EDITH IONES Naperville, Ill. CURTIS KAUFFMAN Kenyon, Minn. MIRIAM KENNELL Rochester, Ind. OTTO KERTH Naperville, Ill. DONALD KIME Elkhart, Incl. DOROTHY KIMMEL Naperville, lll. PAuL KITSON Bedford, Ohio Page 42 1 WALTER KLASS Cttawa, Ill. ARTHUR KOSTER Woodhaven, N. Y. TILLIE LAUBER Yates Center, Kans. WILLIAM LECONTE Peoria, Ill. IOSEPH LENZ Naperville, Ill. FRANCES LINK Qwosso, Mich. BERNICE LINNING Ioliet, Ill. Page 43 JUNIORS KENNETH LOBAUGH Sterling, Ill. EDWARD Luss Buffalo, N. Y. ALBERTA MARCKHOFF Batavia, Ill. DELLA MEHNERT Naperville, Ill. HOWARD MOCHEL Lernont, Ill. QRREN NORTON Hinckley, Ill. HAROLD PEPIOT Mendota, Ill. ALTA PFEIFER Bucyrus, Ohio ORVILLE PIEHN Alta Vista, Iowa RUTH PLAGGE Berwyn, Ill. FLORENCE POOLE Flint, Mich. RUTH POWERS Rock Falls, Ill. DORIS PROCKNOW Milwaukee, Wis. CHARLES RAZAITIS Westville, Ill. rw -. P: In i-X 4 'a 1 ' s JUNIORS T .R U THOMAS RICKARD Peru, Ind. ROBERT ROSENWALD Bellingham, Minn. EZRA SCHAFER Minneapolis, Minn. RAYMOND SCHARPEN Chicago, Ill. MARGUERITE SCHIELE Elkton, Mich. OTTO SIEWERT Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. ALFREDA STALLMAN Port Washington, Wis. Page 44 GU- ' I 2 44. F.. fill-A iC"2'f f i s 1 EDITH SUMMERFIELD New Richmond, Wis PEIACHIH TIEN Shansi, China AMY TRO IAN Milwaukee, Wis. LILA URBAUER Naperville, Ill. Page 45 JUNIORS CLARENCE VAN fohnstown, Pa. KATHRYN VOELKER Detroit, Mich. OSCAR WELTZIN Battle Lake, Minn. ALMEDA W1LL1soN Florence Station, Ill. PAUL ZAHL Sacramento, Calif. ' V, f 1. l SOPHOMCRE CLASS oFFlc:ERs I-IALDON LEEDY GRACE BYAS President Treasurer Freemont, Ohio Chicago, Illinois HAROLD HAZENFIELD WILMA HOFERT Vice-President Secretary Brownstown, Illinois Naperville, Illinois Page 46 t I l Page 47 SOPHOMORE CLASS LOUISE ANNIS IOHN BARRY MARY BECKERS NAOMI BERGLAND IOHN BOULDIN THOMAS CLIFFORD MERTON COGSWELL HUGH COLBY HELEN COY GRACE CROMER HELEN DEWAR GRACE ERFFMEYER NANCY FAXON MARIE FIEK VERA FISHLEY HERBERT FRANK MABEL FUHRMAN MARIE GANTZERT ALFRED GASSER HELEN GOEMBEL ELOISE GREEN FLORENCE GRUBER DONALD HANLON GLADYS HERR WARD HIGLEY LEON HOFFER IOHN HORNBACK WILLIAM IOHNSON rn ' . V 7 SCJPHOMORE CLASS GRACE IONES ARTHUR KLEIN THEODORE KLUMP MILDRED KORFIST LUCILE KORTEMEIER HAROLD KRIEG GERTRUDE LANG CAROL LAUBER MARY LEININGER RUTH LEMBKE HAROLD LEMKE NORVAL MCDONALD MINERVA MOSER DALLAS PAUL EVELYN PAUL HARVEY RADEUGE SALVATOR RANDAZZO MACKLIN RATHMELL BEATRICE REMLINGER RUTH RENDER LEONA RENSCH IRENE RIEMENSNIDER MELVIN ROEHRDANZ LAVERN RUNKEL REUEEN SCHAFER EDITH SCHLEMMER NORMA SCHMIDT MARIAN SCHNELLER Page 48 SV' em I -. ' .I X i , I 3 I L.. Page 49 , .' ,.- ,. 5. I . I SOPHOMORE CLASS HARVEY SCHuLTz PAUL SLEEZER VIRGINIA SLICK IVIELVIN SOLTAU I-IENRIETTA SPAHN IOY STAUFFACHER ELEANOR STEWART I-IARLAN STILES RALPH STOVER KENNETH STURGEON CLARENCE THIELE GRACE THOMPSON DOROTHY ULTCH ROBERT UMBACH IEANNETTE URBALIER FRANK UNGER IRENE UTZINGER ESTO VANDEWALKER IOSEPH VANAUSKAS VERA UMBREIT KENNETH VONWALD FRANCES WEBERT PER WICKSTROM TRUMAN YODER HERBERT ZEBARTH I ob' I 'SI I J l. fl i 1 9-x,,f FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ELWYN WATSON EVERETT SHooP President Treasurer Kalamazoo, Michigan Elburn, Illinois MERRILL GATES ' PAULINE EBEL Vice-President Secretary Plano, Illinois Canton, Ohio Page 50 HAROLD ABEL CLIFFORD ANDREWS CLARENCE ATTIG LEILA BAARS IOHN BISCHOFF HAROLD BLECK LYLE BORST PAUL BOSTIAN EVELYN BOWEN BARTILIE BRANDT DONALD BRINKMAN EMMA BussE MILDRED CHRISMAN Page 51 FRESHMAN CLASS MERRY CLARE DOROTHY CLASSEN EDWIN DIEKFuss ROBERT DILLER SHELDON DOMM HELEN EPP WALTER ERBLE VENNETTA FAWCETT VIRGINIA FOLEY MARIE FRITZEMEIER ARTHUR FRYE PAUL GAMBER MARY GEORGE WILLARD GIESE BEULAH GOEHRING ADA GOETZ STUART GREEN ELLSWORTH GREENWALD CHARLES GRENNAN LOUIS GRUBBS MYRON GUITHER BELINDA HAFENRICHTER HILDA HAMEL RAYMOND HANSEN KATHRYN HARTMAN BEULAH HAZLIT ELMER HERRICK ' Q 'E E71 U M COURRIER HUBMER MILDRED HUNT LOWELL IACOBSEN KATHERINE IONES ALLEN KAY WALTER KINNAMAN FLORENCE KNOSHER HEIHACHI KOMINE IOHN LAMBERT ROBERT LAMOREAUX MARIAN LANG GLADYS LANNING GILBERT LARSON FRESHMAN CLASS EDWIN LAUBER GILBERT LIEBENSTEIN PRINCESS LONZO LYDIA LUEBEN LuELLA LUEBEN DOROTHY MAAS ARGENT MARKS HARVEY NIARKS SILAS MARKS BARBARA MAYER IACK MEACHAM WILLA MELIUS DON MERRICK RALPH MORRISON ELMO MULLER WILLIAM MULLER ELIZABETH NAGELI MARIAN NICKOLSON BURNELL CESTERLE ORA OLSON HARRIET PASCKE HAROLD PATTERSON PEARL ATTIG FINDLAY PAYDON IACK PEFFERS STANLEY PETERSON HOMER PHILLIPS Page 52 1-.4 ,. I - g x I 5 I Z 1 ELIZABETH PITSCH MELVIN POLZIN KENNETH POWELSON NORMAN QUANTOCK BETTY REEVES PHYLLIS RICH ROSALIA ROEMER CHRIS RIDDER CAROLYNE ROSENWALD NORMAN RUSCH MILTON SAUER WILMA SCHELL PAuL SCHILDBERG EVELYN SCHMIDT Page 53 FRESHMAN CLASS ARLEAN SCHMIDT ERNEST SCHUM ROBERT SCOTT ANITA SETTE DELLA SHIFFLER LEWIS SHUCK ALICE SMITH CLARENCE SPRECHER DREXEL SPRECHER CLARA SWENSON GORDON TEESCH WILHELMINE TOHMS EMMA TOHMS KATHRYN VERGIE 3 ,W Y. 4 3 , WA ADALYN VOGT IOHN WARNE GRACE WENNES MARIAN WHEELER ROGER WILLIAMS EDITH WILLMING RUTH WOOLLEY GORDON WORMLEY LLOYD WRIGHT LEO WRIGHT HAROLD YOUNGBERG HELEN YLINKER KATHRYN ZACHMAN VIRGINIA ZELLHOEFER ORGANIZATIONS North Central is particularly fortunate in possessing a number of very fine organizations. Some are local while others are national. North Central has an Iota Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta and also a chapter of Pi Gamma Mu. Both are national and entrance is granted only in accordance with certain, stringent rules. The Pi Kappa Delta is a Forensic fraternity while Pi Gamma Mu is a fraternity of Social Science. The Home Economics club is an organization for those majoring in this par- ticular field. Regular meetings are held in order to consider modern and cur- rent tendencies in the development of the science of home making. Frequent parties, formal dinners, and informal get-togethers are held. The Golden Triangle Players are a number of talented actors who have organized for the sake of self expression through production of modern and classical plays. About an average of three good productions are presented each school year. The Classical Club is an organization of students interested in classical languages-Greek and Latin. At the end of the school year a classical banquet is held at which all members must forget the modern day for a few moments and must relive the experiences of those they admire from classical literature. All costumes must harmonize with the occasion as well as table manners and conversation. The History Club bears out the name which has been given to it. All stu- dents majoring in History are eligible for membership. Very interesting dis- cussions and papers are presented from time to time. The Seager Association and the Student Volunteers are organizations in- terested in the propagation of religious ideals. The former is an organization of prospective ministers while the latter is for those who are planning to become missionaries or who are particularly interested in missions. Debate is a major activity among those who are of an argumentative tempera- ment. Teams representing North Central meet all classes of colleges and uni- versities. One of the outstanding features of the past year was the debate between North Central and a traveling team from Germany. This feature was of unestimable value in that it gave the whole student body an opportunity to become acquainted with world-wide problems. In general, North Central goes upon the theory that membership in the various organizations is extremely valuable. Those who are strong in one line may express themselves and in addition receive a certain amount of develop- ment. Organizations lead to a well developed and a well rounded education when they serve as a supplement to the regular curriculum. Page 54 mmm N ZATI O N Ri U M Page 56 l Page 57 THE STUDENT COUNCIL lt is quite generally agreed upon that the purpose of a college education is to further prepare men and women for life. Although the academic training re- ceived is of primary importance, it is by no means everything. Athletics, social life, dramatics, chapel exercises-all have their values. Twelve years ago, the student generation of that day established that which further helps in the de- velopment of a good citizenry, viz., student self-government, ln the nation at large there is a great dearth of conscientious voters. By stressing student government and emphasizing the importance of exercising the franchise, it is possible to stimulate at least a certaing degree of civic interest which should carry over into the future. Besides affording excellent training in the above mentioned way, this organization of the entire student body carries an important role in assisting the faculty in regulating campus life. Thus we have the purpose of our student self-government as follows: tl Q to provide means of expression for student opinion on subjects pertaining to the College, Q21 to enable students themselves to regulate all matters not strictly academic and Q31 to maintain a high standard of student body conduct, The Student Council is composed of the student body president, two repre- sentatives from each of the college classes, one representative from each of the major student organizations and a faculty advisor. The Council has regular semi-monthly meetings at which necessary business is transacted and pertinent questions concerning campus activities or problems are duly considered. The Council supervises the preparations for all-college functions such as Homecoming and College Day celebrations. All elections in the college are also conducted under the guidance of the Council. WILLIAM DECKINGER, President 3 SQ U M Page 58 Page 59 THE COLLEGE Y. W. C. A. The Young Women's Christian Association is an organization which is come. posed of more than a hundred girls on the campus. Membership is open to every girl and all are invited to participate in whatever activity they may be interested. The work is guided by a cabinet composed of sixteen girls, each the head of a certain committee. The Young VVomen's Christian Association is one of the oldest organizaa tions on the campus. Its aim is the Christian development of young women. Every girl is given an opportunity for religious expression in the various re- ligious meetings sponsored by the Association. The Sunday Vesper meetings provide much inspiration through the addresses of influential speakers in the realm of religious thought. Cn alternating Tuesday evenings, in the parlors of Kaufman Hall, Fellowship services are held which stimulate worship and an appreciation of the finer things in life. The Association aids the freshmen girls in orienting themselves on the cam- pus. Every freshman girl is assigned to an upper classman who advises her and aids her in her adjustment to campus life. She is introduced to college life at a freshman party which is given the first week of school. Several weeks later the college campus is introduced to her at the Term Social, at which the Fresh- man class is received and recognized as a part of the campus. The Association of our campus is a member of the state organization and co- operates with that organization in various movements. Qne of the most in- teresting conferences brought to the campus was the Christian World Educa- tion Conference. This conference was in session on the campus for two days, during which time we heard many influential speakers, who were well ac- quainted with various phases of internationalism. They broadened our outlook concerning many international problems. The new officers and cabinet are installed each spring. A retreat is held at which the problems and aims of the work are discussed and analyzed. With the guidance of the Student Secretaries and faculty advisors the program for the following year is drawn up by the cabinet and the aims of each phase of work clearly defined. The development of a girl's special ability or talent is one of the main features of the association program. It strives to keep ever in mind the natural growth of a Christian. KATHRYN VOELKER, Vice-President I f ! 1 I A A V Page 60 Page 61 THE CQLLEGE Y. M. C. A. The Young lVlen's Christian Association of North Central College was chartered in 1873. It is the second oldest organization in the State and occupies a position of leadership in all college "Y" activities throughout the state. Since its organization, the "Y" has always endeavored to sponsor programs by the students and for the students. In this way leadership has been discovered which has exerted an influence throughout all the student organizations of the college. Membership includes almost all the men of both the Seminary and the College. Looking over its history we find that the Y. M. C. A. has occupied a place of indispensible leadership both in spiritual and social activities. An ever- changing demand has necessitated an everchanging program and the "Y" has always been in a position to meet these demands. The motto around which the program was built this year was "To help every student find himself." With this aim in mind a crew of twelve men composing the Cabinet has guided the program. This program has demonstrated the validity of the organization. Foremost, of course, are the spiritual services which are rendered to the students. This part of the program is divided into various types of meetings and is under the direction of a joint committee chairman. Fellowship meetings are held whenever a need is felt for them. Campus night programs are planned with the informational and cultural element foremost, Vesper services have as their primary motive the religious and worshipful emphasis. ln addition to these special meetings, the chapel services every other Monday come under this committee's supervision. Thus it can clearly be seen that each student may be satisfied spiritually no matter what his interests may be. Of equal importance are some of the other services-reaching every man in a different way. The employment department secures work for a large num- ber of men throughout the year. There are three rooms furnished and main- tained by the "Y"-the Cabinet Room, the Reading Room, and the Albright Room. Special events are sponsored each year such as the Stag Social and the Seminary Reception. The "Y" feels proud that it has been able to qualify in such a large field of service and appreciates the confidence which has been placed in it. The aim in the future will be to continue to grow with the students of North Central and continue to be of ever-increasing service. ' EDWARD I-IENNINGER, Vice-President 1R11 A f ?i" W if' 1. 'T - -a vo 1X X 0 mn wi W?A3K THE CHRONICLE STAFF C. RENNELS REMARKS EDVTOR Puaususa 1 B KNOSHER K. LOBAUGH Assoc. eovroa ASSOQPUBLISH ER OTHER MEMBERS OF THE STAFF HARVEY SCHULZ HAROLD HAZENFIELD EARL HEINHORST IACK MEACHAM Louis BORNOFF EMIL KENAS ADELINE EIGENBRODT FRANCES WEBERT FRANCES IONES LuC1LLE KORTEMEIER ALFREDA STALLMAN HELEN COY MARY LEININGER GRACE WENNES SHELDON DOMM IRENE REIMENSNYDER Pl Page 62 Page 63 THE I93I SPECTRUM STAFF N. U DE VC RHEIN PUBLTSHER EDITOR G. HAIST E. BURGER Assoc. PUBLISHER Assoc. EDITOR . OTHER MEMBERS OF THE STAFF ALICE L. VOIGHT HARQLD HAZENFIELD ARTHUR KOSTER MYRON Gu1THER MARY GUYOT IACK MEACHAM HELEN DEWAR DOROTHY MAAS MARIE FEIK ALICE SMITH LAWRENCE OSBORNE THE ORCHESTRA Last fall when the orchestra began its work there were only nine or ten per- sons who seemed at all interested. But there was a determination on the part of those few to build up a larger and better organization. With the help of Mr. Toenniges, their very capable director, there are now over thirty members which constitute twelve violins, two cellos, two clarinets, a flute, three saxo- phones, three cornets, a French horn, three trombones, a Sousaphone, and drums. During the school year the orchestra has played on a number of different occasions-chapel programs, campus night programs, and plays. They also gave a program in May, the proceeds of which were invested in new instruf ments that were needed to complete the orchestra. It is hoped that next fall there will be a much better and a stronger organiza- tion and that it will get an earlier start in the school year. There is no reason why this hope cannot be fulfilled with the nucleus made up of the present members. HERBERT FRANK, Secretary Page 64 T H E42 i it I Page 65 THE BAND At the beginning of the year the Band began with a very incomplete organiza- tion but as the year proceeded it grew both in number and in co-operation on the part of the members. The first thing which Mr. Toenniges did was to re- organize the music library. He secured a number of popular marches in addi- tion to what was already in the library. Some of these new compositions were "The Co-Ed March," "Drum March," and "Quality-Plus." After the band had practiced for a few weeks it began to work on overtures. This organization was represented at all of the football and basketball games. It added a color to these contests that they would otherwise have missed. The music of the band always relieves tension during the interval be- tween halves. The band also lead the homecoming parade and the torch-light parade. The instrumentation of the band was well balanced this year except for the clarinets. At this section the burden of playing was carried by two or three able players. Several successful records were produced with great success during the latter part of the year. EARL I-IEINHORST MEN'S GLEE CLUB The Men's Cvlee Club is one of the most popular organizations on the campus. Early in the school year the home squad of about thirty men is chosen through competitive tryouts. This club presents the annual home concert. One of the great incentives to work is to make the traveling squad. This group of traveling artists is chosen from the membership of the home squad on the basis of musical ability, social ability, and character. Through the work of this club a countless host of friends have been made for North Central and many prospective students won to her halls of learning. The 1930 summer tour covered the Eastern States and Eastern Canada. In addition to the concerts every evening, the club visited many interesting places, such as, New York, Brooklyn, Washingtoii, D. C., and Mount Vernon, Va. The 1931 home squad, under the direction of Prof. H. Baer, will give a number of concerts in the immediate vicinity as well as broadcast over a prominent Chicago station. The 1931 squad is planning a tour to the Pacific coast. EDWIN DANNER, President Page 66 Page 67 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The Girls' Glee Club is larger this year than it has been for several years. The girls are chosen from competitive tryouts at the beginning of the year, and it is felt that the splendid quality of voices and the increased number has made possible more finished choral effects and a better tonal balance. The greater part of the year is spent in preparing for the annual Spring Concert, although the Club is often called upon to furnish music for other occasions. In December a group from the Club gave a program of Christmas Music for the Faculty Dames: and a pageant, "The Shepherds Christmas Eve" was presented by the entire group in Pfieifer Memorial Hall just before the Christmas holidays. In Ianuary the Club sang a group of songs at the dedication of Merner Gymnasium and Field House. In March the Club co- operated with the Men's Glee Club in a musical Vesper Service. Soloists for the Club weretchosen this year by competeitive try-outs, and a sextet for the concert was chosen in the same manner. In this Way individual voices were heard and a splendid opportunity was given for an intelligent choice of a well-balanced squad for the Summer Season. The remainder of the year after the Spring Concert is devoted to preparing the Traveling Squad for its Summer Tour, This summer, on the Eighteenth Annual Tour, the girls will appear in the Eastern States and Canada, BEATRICE E. GIVLER, President GOLDEN TRIANGLE PLAYERS SCENE FROM "WHEN'S YOUR BIRTHDAY F J' Page 68 Page 69 HISTORY CLUB CLASSICAL CLUB SEAGER ASSOCIATION STUDENT VOLUNTEERS 1 ii If X-Ja Page 70 I Page 71 PI KAPPA DELTA THE FORENSIC BOARD OF CONTROL HOME ECONOMICS CLUB THE ENGLISH CLUB Page 72 -Av' i Page 73 FRANCIS GRoss RUTH LEMBKE ORATORS PI GAMMA MU 1 ROBERT KEOUGH HUGH BONE DR. ATTIG President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer , Rx VI- R VVOMEN VARSITY DEBATERS U M Page 74 TH Page 75 , 1-- E I if 5 XS 53 9 MEN VARSITY DEBATERS ALMA MATER North Central is the school we love, To her we sing this praise, And from the East and from the West You hear the voices raise. CHORUS Hail! Hail! North Central, Hail! Qur Alma Mater true, We'll always, always loyal be, To you, to you, to you. Your sons and daughters come from far, To find a home with you, To get the knowledge you impart, And sing this song to you. Thy lofty precepts do inspire, To manhood true and strong, And noble characters ascribe Their praise to thee in song. In days to come when we go forth, We'll make thy honor known, And oft look back to watch the course Cf our dear college home. -A. A. KRUG '08 Page 76 .awww A T H L E TIC S HAROLD EIGENBRODT -.LR 4 n ' ' GORDON FISHER LEONARD BIEBER Q 'I I 2 ' . CAMILLE ROussEAu Page 78 TI-MSP lf7'?f Page 79 ,, me I I930 VARSITY FGOTBALL JOHN WILLIAMS, Captain fEndJ EZRA SCHAFER, Captain-elect Q Guardj 1. ISPECTR U M I 4 1 R .-1-ml. ."1' f"ZwJ.T'l VICTOR BAUMGARTN ER 4 Halfbackp LLOYD DOENIER Q End J VERNON FISHER fTackleD IRA IOHNSON QI-Ialfbackj If. Page 80 I idx 'N E il T H L x Hr' Q Page 81 OTTO KERTH Q Fullbackj RUDOLPH MASSIER f Quarterback J DON MERRICK Q Center J MELVIN POLZIN fTacklej ...-.imefiun REUBEN PETERSON I Guardf EARL ROSAR fFullbackb LEO SCHNEIDER fHalfbackD HARLAN STILES fTackleQ o K 1 v 1 !: R4 Page 82 i V I O 'T' Q W ' t I f w HOWARD SLEETER QManagerj IOSEPH VANAUSKAS 1 Guard, KENNETH VON WALD CFullbackJ VERNON ZIMMERMAN fEndJ BASKETBALL THE SEASONS RECORD North Central .... 40 North Central .... 29 North Central . . 40 North Central . . 31 North Central . . 32 North Central . . 28 North Central . . 28 North Central . . 29 North Central . . 19 North Central . . 12 North Central . . 18 North Central . . 20 North Central . . 36 North Central . . 38 North Central , , . 33 Arkansas Aggies . . Shurtleif . . . DeKalb . . . Wheaton . . Elmhurst . . Lake Forest . . Millikin . . Elmhurst . . Millikin . . DeKalb . . DePaul . . . Lake Forest . . . Macomb . . . , Y. M. C. A. College . . Wheaton . . . . Won 13, Lost 2 fo-0 frwfwff A CLAYTON UNGER Captain WILLIAM GRAHAM Manager l'. ,, s .1 fi H21 Page 84 T H Page 85 Z... 1 A I" 1 'N S' J H DELBERT BREWE 1 Forward I LLOYD DOENIER Q Forward J OTTO KERTH C Guard J RussELL MCLAUGHLIN 1 Forwardj v, U 1 ' URT QUATRAF HAROLD MANNING fForWardj RuDoLPH MASSIER Q Forward J LESTER ROSENOW Q Center J IOHN WILLIAMS Q Guardl 3 an l North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central BASEBALL . 20 Aurora . . . 9 Y. M. C. A. College . 6 Y. M. C. A. College . I2 Aurora . . . . 4 Mt. Morris . . 2 DePaul University . . ll Elmhurst . . . . 7 DeKalb . . . . ll Normal University . . 3 Wheaton . . . . O Lake Forest . . . . 8 Coe . . . . . 0 Elmhurst . . . . 4 Wheaton . . Won 7 games and lost 7 games. IOSEPH LEVERENZ Manager 1. ,,. I ':' ' ll .1 Page 86 I 5 5 Page 87 GRANT SMITH, Captain SAMUEL CORRALLO fpitcherj fFirst Basel IUDSON ERNE, Captain-elect CHARLES DANIELS fSecond Basel fpitcherj LLOYD DOENIER fThird Basej S Fl fff4?M2s CURTIS KAUFFMAN EARL ROSAR fCenter Fieldj Qffieldj HAROLD MANNING KENNETH STURGEON Q Pitcher I Q Catcher J OKEY SWISHER fCatchc-:rf Page 88 l I THV " Page 89 TRACK REVIEW All who have had any part in the success of this year's edition of track and Held athletics at North Central College have every reason to feel justly proud. I believe that the 1930 track team was one of the greatest that North Central College has ever had. It was undoubtedly one of the best balanced teams to represent any of the colleges in this section of the country. We have space here for just a brief resume of the high points of the season. DeKalb Teachers and Elmhurst College were defeated by an overwhelming score, Beloit College and Lake Forest College were bested for the third succes- sive year, Loyola University and Wheaton College were given a sound trounc- ing, and Carroll College of Wisconsin was for the second year given its first and only beating in dual competition. In addition to this unblemished record in triangular and dual meet competi- tion North Central placed second among the twenty odd schools entered in the Armour Tech Invitational Meet on Stagg Field, May 3, 1930. The first five schools in this meet were as follows: University of Chicago, North Central, Loyola University, Lake Forest, and Milwaukee Teachers. In the final com- petition of the year, the I. I. A. C. meet, five places were earned for a total of seven points. We were disappointed not to be able to bring home a trophy for one of the first four places, but it seems we need still a little more improvement in individual performance. V Captain Everett Shaffer completed his college competition by adding a third year of unbeaten effort in dual and triangular meets, 100 and 220 yard dash i'-R Page 90 - ..- - n 1 1 1 Page 91 a X ar... 9 events. Lloyd Hinders was the high scorer of the year and established new North Central records in the 16-lb. shot put, discus throw, and pole vault. Victor Baumgartner was a consistent scorer in his best events, the 440 yard run and 220 yard low hurdlesg he established a new North Central record in the former event. Victor Baumgartner was the unanimous choice of this year's track and field letter men as next year's captain. I wish to congratulate him for his well de- served honor, and it is my wish that he shall have the opportunity of captaining a still greater team than the one which established such an enviable record in its competition for North Central College during the 1930 season. GORDON FISHER, Coach 0 North North North North North Central Central Central Central Central CROSS CGUNTRY 26 Elmhurst . . 23 Lake Forest . 37 Bradley . . 36 Wheaton . . . . 27 Elmhurst . The lowest score wins the meet. 'f' wwf Page 92 Page 93 THE "N" CLUB ATHLETIC BOARD OF CONTRQL ,Q Q 1, ',' ,Br 'PECTRU WOMENS TENNIS TEAM S , A x g, b4"""-aug.. 'ii , f , ff' V X, mi'W"" 45 U 7 . - b N V ,N 1-3 ' x l North Central North Central North Central E North Central i t North Central H fi ,f l ,H 1 ' ,f r L? t P 4 A SQ All f,,, .4-H7 il E I a ., x.: 51 Chicago Normal Wheaton . . Chicago Normal Wheaton . . Mt. Morris . M 1 5 4 4 1 Page 94 -- . : 4 for North North North North North North North North North Page 95 MEN'S TENNIS TEAM Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central DeKalb . Lake Forest Elmhurst . Lake Forest Wheaton . Mt. Morris Elmhurst . W'heaton . DeKalb . ff N: i. -qu 'V is X 3 1 'fl Ugg X I QQ ,. Ms .. .5 ff .ff :. 9 5' . 9 Rv 5. f 1 7 Z? A- X if ,Q V Q Q I, lk -.. lr S P E CQL T WOMEN'S ATHLETICS CLEO TANNER Director of Women's Athletics WINNERS OF LETTERS Z.. x ' 4 ELLEN LARSEN HELEN LuEBEN MYRLLEEN I-IABECKER R U M Page 96 Page 97 WINNERS OF PINS BOARD OF CONTROL BASKETBALL SOPI-IOMORE A TEAM FRESHMAN A TEAM IUNIOR TEAM Page 98 4 ' 2 SOPHOMORE B TEAM BASKETBALL ' '.E24b+'4:" Q if X V f f Wv , ,, .g y-. 1, vii. f Z, , x . -.Qf f- ' ' by! ' S v' E ZW- 5 fd f A f y if f FRESHMAN B I EAM H- 'P W Twygf A W x 4 . f K km, N X Y f ' ' A W , ,ax ,' N 1, K ,- .W H ""M"' J "N S , as 6 f ' Y Q 1 . 'Q E ., Exo K A f s ' , f .-3 fg, 3 Kfsgx ,N VZ 7 -. ,f . . .5..S:b , , ,, f ,Q , , 6 f' -. ' , . ' " Lie , .g4.. f' 2: ,vi ' A ,Q f ,A f 'sk A ' JP y Nh . fw, 2 H Q9 X X xy W? X 4 ,N 1 a t X W f J 7 4 A 5 3 A , T ' V A ., ' , , . Q J 9 V V - , V JEL , W If f A N 1 ' , - aes ' A , me i i, ,... I .' N.,, fa " 2, 2-Rx , X , A mil, f X viig g w w f, V, ,V f ' ' I X 3 . .3 I S 4 , WN ff 1 S 45 Y , ,, , . . . . f 1 M, s, I f S 3 1 '. , As 4 J L J L' f 'E -.Q if 7 I Page 99 SENIOR TEAM , X f' ,A 7 .M f 4 ' Q L V f W Q 1 Q 2' fm. mi l A , - W. A. A. ASSQCIATION VOLLEYBALL Page 100 Page 101 WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION lust as the sunshine drives the clouds away, so does some form of physical exercise relieve the weary mind of thoughts of studies. What is more refresh- ing than some recreational sport after a heavy class program when one can forget all thoughts of study and be a 'Ikid" again! The program of the VVomen's Athletic Association is widely diversified for the interest and pleasure of the girls. Its purpose is to foster an interest in ath- letic activities and accomplishments, to create a spirit of good sportsmanship and fellowship, and to co-operate with other campus organizations in promoting and maintaining the highest standards of college life. As both team and individual activities are offered, all women have an oppor- tunity to be actively engaged in the association. Membership is open to all girls who participate in some sport sponsored by the Association. With the opening of the new College Gym and Field House, many more opportunities are being offered whereby we may broaden our field of activities and thus give every girl the kind of sport she likes best. Upon initiation of a new member, she is presented with the W. A. A. class numeral. Further participation and living up to the requirements as set up in the W. A. A. Constitution are award- ed by the presentation of the W. A. A. pin and College We do not aim to emphasize skill as much as sportsmanship and spirit. This includes putting one's best into everything one undertakes, remembering always the value of ideals such as: Fair dealing, the "give and take" principleg truth- fulness and honesty with oneself as well as with others: loyalty and obedience to authorityg playing the game according to the letter and spirit of the rules, co-operationg courtesy and thoughtfulness for others: self-restraint, self-control, self-discipline. This is a challenge to every girl. The Women's Athletic Association welcomes all girls. Come, make our activities a part of your campus life. EDNA KATES, President CCLUMBIA AVENUE I've seen a thousand cities And I've walked a thousand streets, I've strutted down Fifth Avenue And strolled along Boul Mich., I thought all streets were much the North Central taught me no: There is one street most famous, Columbia Avenue. CHORUS Take your girlie for a Walk Cn Columbia Avenue, Same Though your case may seem quite hopeless She will surely fall for you. Qn a moonlight night in springtime If you love her oh so true, Take my tip boy watch your step On Columbia Avenue, I know a stude, he was a card, As bashful as could be, He loved a girl but "gosh" he said, "She doesn't care for me." I told him of this famous street He followed my suggestion. And now till they shall married be Of time is but a question. Iust one word for the ladies Who love a college boy. If he is rather bashful And scar'd and shy and coy. Some night when he has dated you Suggest a little walk. He'll loosen up and ask you on Columbia Avenue, -WES ZAHL Page 102 11- AM 'Af'-Y! SPECTRU Pg 104 Tl-LE mm SPEQTe v: ,aM 1 1 "1 :X gl ,U , : 1: : Page 106 TH Pg 107 , SPECTRU TH Page 109 L JM Pg 110 TH Page 111 U Jia S E M I N A R Y ADMINISTRATION BUILDING Page 114 . r f w -- 5 1' V. ' 1 T Iwi fl 5 f , 1 f Page 115 . a ., J ,, .4 1 - - Q Q ,.. 1 4 - 4. W: K 5355! . 5 . Eg A "rug 'mv A L f? 1 L1,H, ' ' --""w- -- V f 3 , , Q- . M i J J , K ia ,.,,. 4 P x ,. , -, . . .qv .-0 M56 4 SEYBERT HALL Tilt IQBI PECTLRU ti V. F: if .. ax 'c ln ,.. 4 --1 SEMINARY FACULTY PRESIDENT G. B. KIMMEL P. E. KEEN M. A., B. D., D. D. S. T. B., M. A., M. S. Professor of Pastoral Theology Professor of New Testament Literature E. F. GEORGE M. A., B. D. E. D. RIEBEL Professor of Old Testament M' A-f B' D' History Professor of Religious Education ft H. R. HEININGTER 1 ' B. D., S. T. M. P. H. ELLER ,!Professor of Systematic B' A-f B' DU M' A- . i"i f' Theology Professor of Church History L3 lf 'M' elif' 5 G. 'Q' 'J ' Q . 1 ' . ,. ,, 7. H W . fp at .' .i,' V 1 Q as lf Rfk mfg, . Q -, .V ' , yi' 3 .111 -.- 'R is "Sf .' . HW' -.-- -- .ip Uk- ' 2"l'1.'.,- 5j,,Q.i' S., -' , if . :V ,,'!, ,n' - I Viv.-'V if. di- K V ,-- . gijnf- 'i-. . pg 5 I . 'E f ' I . .. gg phi", ' 4 '11 X ' 123:53 .. ....u... a ' A -4, . .Y 1, .,..g,,,,4.'. .Ml . '-. ,r 24--2' Lim, - A -f - -,, -.1'+L.' 1 fy' s.: ,. , ,. ., , - L n Q," , 1:-A ,. Q.-diif -'-ff-vi-p'-Tignv.-4-'52-1,w+5'?Qf,1' ' - - ., Page 116 M TH E I Q I T K NI T'-L 'K 5 1, I I , f' N , 3 W SEMINARY SENIGRS EARL G. ACHENBACH B. S. Albright College Volleyball 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3: Assistant Pastor in First Evangelical Church, Oak Park, Ill. FRANCIS BAYLES B. A. Western Union College Student Body Treasurer 2: Student Council 23 Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Basket- ball 1, 2, 35 Tennis l. ROBERT BECHTLE B. A. North Central College Assistant Pastor at Brethern Church, Naperville, Ill. ROBERT A. BOETTCHER B. A. North Central College Chorus 2, 39 Publisher of Seminary Review 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 25 Volleyball 2, 33 Assistant Pastor of Wheatland Evangelical Church. Page 117 FREDERICK BRANDAUER B. A. North Central College A. C. COLDIRON Assistant Pastor of Wheaton Gary Memorial Church. EZRA BUDKE B. A. North Central College Chorus 3: Deputation 2, 3: Assistant Pastor of Grace Evangelical Church, Logan Square, Chicago. RICHARD I-IEIM B. A. Western Union College Student Body Secretary-Treasurer 2: Student Council 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1. 5 Elf 1931 SPECTRUM SEMINARY SENIORS HAROLD H. MAXWELL Pastor of Norwood Park Church, Chicago: Publisher of Seminary Re- view 3. ORVILLE W. MATZKE B. A. University of Nebraska Editor of Seminary Review: Class OHicer 1, 2: Student Council 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Student Pastor at Sheridan, Ill. Louis SAMUEL STAPHER Assistant Pastor Downers Grove Evangelical Church. EDWIN E. SCHAEFER B. A. Western Union College Pastor of Meriden Evangelical Church: Chorus 2, 3: Basketball 2: Volleyball 2, 3. MQ . . . 'A , .-f Z5 f' ' .,-Mgt,-4. ,. , i 5 ' -SQ. ffl ..-:'-.u.iun.4,f,. GOLDEN O. THOMPSON B. A. Western Union College Class President 3: Assistant Editor of Seminary Review 2: Chorus 2, 3: Stu- dent Council 3: Treasurer of Inter- Seminary Council 3: Assistant Pastor at Grace Church, Naperville. HENRY H. VOGEL B. A. North Central College Chorus 2, 3: President of Student Body 3: Chairman of Devotional Committee 3: Assistant Pastor of First Evangelical Church, Naperville, Ill. REUBEN R. WANDREY B. A. North Central College Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Basketball l, 2, 3, Captain 2: Pastor of Evangelical Church, Beaver Dam, Wis. FRANCIS H. WILLARD B. A. North Central College VicefPresident of Student Body 3: Inter-Seminary Council 3: Chorus 3: Assistant Pastor of First Evangelical Church, Aurora, Ill. Page 118 in - .- b... ,. : ' v IHNE itflli HAROLD OESCHGER Sebewaing, Mich, WILMERT WOLF Faribault, Minn. GUY M. SAVAGE Dewitt, Nebr. ERVIN M. SCHENDEL Albertville, Minn. Page 119 I R 4' w SEMINARY MIDDLERS RALPH M, HOLDEMAN New Paris, Ind. FREDERICK FAIST Crediton, Ont. SAMUEL I. PRITCHARD Indianapolis, Ind. ERNEST WENTZ McCluskey, N. D. CHESTER ERRICKSON Niles, Mich, RALPH L. ESTERLY Minneapolis, Minn. IOHN SCHINDLER McClusky, N. D. WILBUR D. RAMSEY North Olrnstead, Ohio ,W A F limi: 4 M O 1 K4 f A MQ i . A ,qi . , ,Z V A ,far S EMERSON E. I-IALLMAN Ayr, Ont. LESLIE F. TOBUREN Brewster, Kans. RUSSEL I, LAuTNER Cedar, Mich, WILBUR O. I-IARR Easton, Mo. x g'-3 I' 13 EJ P 1 ,ww SEMINARY JUNIORS LAURENCE I. OSBORNE Franklin, Pennsylvania GORDON EVERETT Toledo, Ohio LESTER RUEGSEGGER lVIaple City, Michigan ERNEST F. BRADEN Marion, Ohio EVERETT SCHNEIDER Anaheim, California MARTIN E. MICKEY Rawson, Ohio IOHN D. REIN Syracuse, New York WEIR HARTMAN Findlay, Ohio IOHN WESLEY SIEBERT Kitchener, Ontario , x . 1 . Page 120 1 fb: 1- Page 121 SEMINARY CHORUS SEMINARY BASKETBALL TEAM UM Page 122 HE IGB! Page 123 . 1 ,Q U , --:, ':,, Y 5 -r . . I , fi-., T I his A In I H HI W' i j I . fn , IJ. . Za ,l U I . xt I null HI ' t t , ' I, . Nxyxk' "' A f 15,5 pl Il 11 AL .5 I 5 0 J ' , 'fy I ff sf IL- Q ,X X in V ' , f--111 , , 5 r H ' q".Ji4.. -I if- - Q I., A g sg Fig., :I AQ.. .. "I I, . . 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At the Oak Park Trust your savings are protected by our two millions of capital and reserves Qin ratio to depos- its one of the most strongly capitalized banks in Illinoisj. Your investments, if purchased from the Oak Park Trust, should afford you complete security. No one has ever lost a dollar on mortgage purchased from the Oak Park, Build your financial breakwater at the Oak Park Trust where our 39-year record assures you of fair dealing. OAK PAR TRUST 81 SAVINGS BANK LAKE AND MARION STREETS OAK PARK Resources Over Nine Million MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Page 124 Enioyable Living Rooms Bring Lasting Pleasure Truly distinctive, enjoyable living rooms need not be expensive. Here is a Kroehler ensemble that is smartly designed, well made throughout and delightfully tailored in pleasing fabrics-yet mod- erate in cost. An English lounge sofa, a wing chair in tapestry and a graceful occasional chair in leather-all new Kroehler pieces and the group may be had at your Kroehler dealer's for only 5190. When you choose your new furnishings, be sure to see the Kroeh- ler label on the sofa and chairs you select-it is your assurance of lasting satisfaction with your living room furniture--the guarantee of the world's largest maker. K R E L E M F C9 . C O . Naperville, Ill Page 125 A BANK ACCCDUNT FUR YCDU REUSS STATE BANK The Communiiy Bank A Norfh-Cenlral College Deposilory EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEW EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE E E - I E E 5 SAVINGS 5 Naperville s E CHECKING 5 E E E E E ACCOUNTS Qldesi- Bank 5 ACCOUNTS E PgI2 at 121112 6 N. MICHIGAN AVE. CHICAGO ' X I QXQWQQ Q Ji? 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Page 128 THE SPANISH TEA ROOM Wonderful Food You Won'+ Forgei' Five Dining Rooms Accommociaiing 400 GRANADA DINING ROOM A I-IINT OF ATMOSPHERE ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD NAPERVILLE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND CANDY KITCHEN 000000 LIGHT LUNCHES 000000 T 5 29 Vw 1 Special AHen'rion Given I'o Par+y Orders '. EFFERSO A C. L. SCHWARTZ LUMBER CG. I Luml::er- Millwork Building lvlalerial Malerial Thai' Salisfies-Service Thai' Gralifies U PHONE 85 NAPERVILLE IOSEPH C L RALPH C. L F. A. I. A. W. s. E. QA. I. A. JOS. C. LLEWELLYN CC. Q Archifecfs and Engineers for 'I'he Field House Q 38 S. DEARBORN ST. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Page CHE ROLET A Six in ihe Price Range of ihc Four RECONDITIONED USED CARS WASHING AND GREASING DU PAGE COUNTY MOTOR OO- nc. TELEPHONE 267 NAPERVILLE, ILL. A FOUR-DOLLAR-A-WEEK CLUB FOR STUDENTS Oomple+e Soda Service THE PAULDON RESTAURANT PAUL STEFFEN, PROP. See or W rife fo Proprieior for Informaiion 301 N. CENTER ST. PHONE 266 Pg 131 Save wi+l1 Safely al Our Slore . . . We carry a complete line of all Drug Store Merchandise including Kodaks, Printing and Developing, Stationery and Candies. 000000 Try Cur Delicious Soclas and Sundaes Made Only wi'rl1 Hydrox Ice Cream 000000 Prices Always Lowesi on Sianalard Merchandise OSWALQHOEEIQARMACY . . . - . THE HOME TRADING PCDST Spor+ing Goods, Eleclrical Supplies Builders' and Heavy Hardware 000000 If Will Pay You fo Tracie Wifh Us 000000 RASSWEILER HARDWARE CCMPANY I I. . I li mia, ,I SENCENBAUGH S I THE STORE THAT SELLS I jg QUALITY MERCHANDISE AuRoRA ILL IIIIII llll I I Read to Wear and I 'X tif RX ll III' A-"I I -I IL:-Il.: 1II!2IlI?tIlI- ,If x x NIH' f gg 'HJ lfl .IA lg: I, l l ll IME' 'lm , l All me 'I 5 I' Iii? my Il Il .ufllbllil E XIILHI IW El II X. Il. Ifl- II I I III: I I lvl IIIIII f I I MEA HQ I IFS-L 1 II. tt ll Vwl lw' I x :all I mu I ml If I III III I Ill Il I H ll' I lt, 115 , I I'I1: . 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WICKS, Treasurer Fine Foods-- N -, -... -. g,..,,,lg, f ',fIL'Q?3I:F0 'gif 7!55'f'5'-'.- L' . 'n "' "" I " I I X THE GREAT AT LOW PRICES! ATLANTIC 8: PACIFIC TEA COMPANY MIDDLE WESTERN D1V1S1oN Pg 134 FOUCEK'S DRUG STCRE IZ7 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET NAPERVILLE, ILLINCDIS WADE LIETZ 8: GRCMETER AURORAS BEST STORE Women's ancl Misses' Apparel, Hosiery, Silks Woolens, Jewelry, Neckwear AURORA, ILLINOIS E. S. MGSER, M. D., D. O. General Practice ancl Physiolherapy PHONES: Residence 272-My Qflice 6 4 S. Washington St., Corner Benton and Washington P 35 i CARL BROEKER 81 CO Naperville Besz' Dcpa I en! Siore NAPERVILLE ILLINOIS O u , S r m ESTABLISHED 1905 HAMMERSCHMIDT OIL OO. WASHINGTON AND VAN BUREN STREETS .E E Q., GA S O LIN E Pep - Gasoline - Elhyl - Fuel Oils IuL1A M. DIETER EDW. W. GETZ Residence 53-M Residence 369-W DIETER 8. eETz Plumbing, Healing, Eleclric Wiring P E80 101 A EFFERSON VE. O. E. HEYDON BAKERY AND GROCERY z3W.1 All Kinds of Baked Goods-Fresh Daily EEEERSON AVENUE PHONE 215 P 136 RIFE CLEANERS Complele Dry Cleaning ancl Pressing - SERVICE - THE LADIES' AID OF THE GRACE EVANGELICAL CHURCH Dinners anal Banquefs Our Specially MRS. F. A. SQUIRES, President MRS. G. A. COOPER, Vice-Pre 'd MRS. CHAR SHUM Secretary MRS. IOHN KLINE, Treasur CLAYTCIRIFABESHEEDISIMY co Publishers - Imporlers - Dealers "Music of ine Beiier Class" 429 S. WABASH AVE. CHICA I fNext door to the Auditoriumj PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM Tubcrcuiin Tesfecl THE CTTERPCHL DAIRY ROSSMAN19 GRUSH AND CGMPANY SUPER SERVICE STATION Enclosed Greasing Racks-Car Washing-Simonizing Tires, Tubes, and Accessories 309 N. WASHINGTON STREET TELEPHON 406 Call 40 FRED R. KLUCKHCHN For Darn Good Coal THE PITTSFORD-McALLISTER CO Rellable Deparimenf Slore Always Somefhmg New In Ready +o Wear O O TELEPHONE 138 ON THE CORNER-4 W. IEFFERSON AvENu DAVID HENRY COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF Men s and Young Men s CIo+I1mg 509 SOUTH FRANKLIN STREET SHOW ROOM 7TH FLOOR CHICAGO ILLINOIS E A GILDNER Representative Refail ai Wholesale Prices Qualify Only ihe Finest OuR MOTTO: HCLEANLINESSH O ,,.,B,,.,.,,,,,,m THE CITY MEAT MARKET 7 ht?S1tM 1 . , ROP. N2 iwi11efi11.P1ign'Z Sf M iiffiiiiii ' I' " 27 W. JEFFERSON AVE. ASK FOR "BunIe" Candies-AIways Delicious RICHMOND CANDY COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS TELEPHONE AURORA 7272 120 DOWNER PLACE AURORA, ILLINOIS THIS book is cased in an S. K. SMITH cover-a cover that is guaranteed to be satisfactory and is created and SMITH- CRAFTED by an organization of craftsmen specializing in the creation and production of good covers. Whatever your cover requirements may be, this organization can satisfy them. Send for information and prices to THE S. K. SMITH COMPANY 213 INSTITUTE PLACE, CHICAGO Page 139 A. E. DILLER, M. D. MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING AURORA. ILLINOIS Hours: 2 to 5 P. M. CHICAGO PHONE 7 to 8 P. M. RESIDENCE 20458-OFFICE 20457 MAZZA'S Tailoring and Cleaning Service 18 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET TELEPHONE 320 THE CLARION R. N. GIVLER Publisher Ca'ralog ancl Job Prlnhng PRINTERS FOR College Chronicle AND PHONE 11 208 212 S WASHINGTON ST NAPERVILLE ILLINOIS Q I Seminary Review BOECKER'S I MEN'S WEAR D D D Society Brand Clothes Mallory Hats Florsheim Shirts Arrow Shirts CoOper's Underwear Night Wear Knit-Tex Topcoats Rollins Hosiery D D D The COLLEGIATE CLOTHIERS Page 140 DRS. R. H. R000 and PIIIMER R000 Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, and Bronchoscopy Room 1109-25 E. Washington St., Chicago Room 300-715 Lake St., Oak Park Hours: Chicago, 9 A. M. to 12:30 P. M.: Oak Park, 5 to 7 P. M. P HONE RANDOLPH 4444 VILLAGE 4800 R. Carl Dienst, M. D. Hours: 2 to 4 P. M. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8 P. M. Phones: Of'Iice 429, Residence 5842 GRAHAM BLDG. AURORA, ILL. DR. F. F. ENCK A. R. RIKLI, M. D. N. C. C. 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North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL) online yearbook collection, 1933 Edition, Page 1

1933

North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL) online yearbook collection, 1934 Edition, Page 1

1934

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