North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)
- Class of 1941
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HE WAS NOT or AN AGE, BUT FOR ALL TIME.
- HIS figure that thou here seest put,
It was for gentle Shakespeare cut,
Q J VVherein the graver had a strife
VVith Nature, to outdo the life:
Oh, could he but have drawn his wit
As well in brass, as he has hit
His face, the print would then surpass
All that was ever writ in brass,
But since he cannot, reader, look
Not on his picture, but his book.
ERE is a man with a thousand voices . . . developed by his teachings.
QR! Here is a man with a thousand minds . . . cultivated hyhis thinking . . .
4' Here is a man with a thousand philosophies . . . otffsprings of his principles.
His appreciation for the high ideals exemplified in the masters of the past has
kindled within his personality the spark of inspiration. This spark has struck flame
to the ideals of past students and spreads like a prairie Fire among the students
of today. This little man has taught us to speak. He has challenged us to think
and inspired us to the point of action. His friendly sincerity has aided us in our
search for adjustment. His personality and philosophy have made us his admirers.
This man shall never die. His influence will have immortality in the lives of his
PRorEssoR GUY EUGENE OLIVER
VVe, The Senior Class of 1941, sincerely and respectfully dedicate this, the Thirty
Second Volume of the Spectrum, to Professor Guy Eugene Oliver.
Now from my grave I rise,
To respond to this tribute.
Let life come to my eyes,
My tongue shall not be mute.
1,11 study their life and time,
VValk for a year and day,
Then pen in Words sublime
One more Shakespearean play.
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Snaps . .
Senior Activity Lists .
Advertising . .
Senior Mass' of 1941
jlinrtb Qlentral Ciullege
well met, fair sthulars of this teeming age!
Glhrnugh all the chambers uf pour minhs 35 gn
Zi seek your Dreams, pour spirit's equipage,
your solemn plans anti all thoughts pe know.
from theme your eharaeters ZVII pnrtrap
Qnh from netn suhieets make a mubern play.
- ,W k years have proven
b 1 J our President an
able helmsman, chartering
the Courses of over 1,700
graduates in their years of
college life. Here he stands
as we most often see him.
"He is full of love and
And weighst his words
He givest them breath."
HAKESPEARE meets Dean Einkbeiner, Professor of German,
conversing with fellow faculty members in the Registrar s office:
f Dr. Alvin Haag, Professor of Philosophy and Psychology, Dr.
Eigenbrodt, Professor ofZoologyg Mademoiselle Sicre, Professor of French
and Spanish, and Professor Harold VVhite, Head of the English Depart-
ment. North Central's poet laureate directs Bill to another office. There
he finds Miss Elizabeth Wliley, English Professor, with Miss Alice Meier,
German and English Professor. Bill also meets Mr. Umbreit, college
treasurer, and Dean Kirn, Professor Emeritus.
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ardent search for material and char- f f
acters for his play, the Bard of Avon
chances to see some of the faculty
gathered in the Y. VV. C. A. room
discussing student affairs. He makes himself known and promptly is introduced
to Miss Laura Libutski, Assistant Librarian, Professor Oliver, Head of the Speech
Department, Professor VVilmert VVolf, Instructor of Political Science, and Miss
Hazel May Snyder, Professor of Home Economics. However, the group has to
leave soon, but Shakespeare remains in the room to catch a few winks of sleep
before going on with his search. His sleep is interrupted, however, by some more
of the faculty also seeking relaxation. Prof. Edward N. Himmel of the Botany
and Education Departments sits at the end of the sofa, Miss Florence Quilling of
the Home Economics Department is in the middle. Next to her sits Irvin A.
Koten, Professor of Chemistry, and perched on the arm of the sofa, the Professor
of Physics, Clifford N. VVall. In the large arm chair next to Shakespeare is Clarence
Eg Erffmeyer, Head of the Education Department.
Stationing himself near North Central's traditional meeting place, Shakespeare
waits under the clock and soon sees Professor Edward E. Domm of the Religious
Education Department and James P. Kerr, Professor of Commerce, meet with
Charles C. Hower, Professor of Classics, and Mrs. Lillian Arends Priem of the
Chemistry Department. Professor Cardin of the Engineering Department glances
inquiringly at Shakespeare.
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speare strolls out along the Walk ' if
from 01' Main to the Library for '
a breath or two of air. As he
passes by the Library he notices
Miss Hildred Nienstedt, the Librarian, standing on the steps talking to Mrs.
Carolyn Fisher Berry of the English Department. Dr. Herdis L. Deabler, Field
and Personnel Secretary and Instructor in Psychology, has just joined the ladies
before going on into the library. Trying to get the circulation back into his legs
Shakespeare continues to stroll around the campus and in the rear of the Library
he chances to see a group of faculty who also were fresh-air addicts. Harold
Kuebler, Assistant Personnel Secretary, is entertaining the group with one of
his favorite stories but takes time to introduce the ghostly stranger to the others
in the group:Miss Olive Frantz, the Assistant Registrar and Faculty Secretary,
Miss Katherine Reik, Secretary to the President, Miss Eleanor Rush, Instructor
in Art and Dr. Chester Attig, the Professor of History.
Craving exercise in a better form, Shakespeare walks to the Heldhouse to see
Rob DeRoo, Freshmen Coach, Dr. Keeler, Mathematics Professor and Tennis
Coach, Miss Cleo Tanner, VVomen's Athletic Director, Coach Fisher, Professor of
Physical Education and Director of Athletics, with Leonard Bieber, Professor of
Geology and Basketball Coach, and Hal Henning, a senior Swimming Coach. As
Shakespeare passes by the group smiles a welcome and then breaks up to go on
about their ever pressing duties.
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urer talking to Bill Frederickson and ff
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takers. But after eating the candy bar
and drinking several cokes, Shakespeare
seeks out the doctor's oiqice and Dr.
Rikli, Migley, Nurses Dorothy Schaller and Mary Baunigartner write out a
To the lWusic School then to find hilary Cook, Prof. of Music Education, lWar-
garetha Ebenbauer, Piano Instructor, Frederick Toenniges, Orchestra and Band
Director, Helen Wiatson, Theory Instructor, and Hermanus Baer, Professor of
Voice, in Prof. Pinney's Ufiice.
Just to make sure he has met all the faculty, Shakespeare steps in the pres-
ident's office and finds that Miss Edith Boldebuck, Professor of Mathematics,
and Miss Mary Bucks, Professor Emeritus, were called out of town when he called.
He also discovers that Dr. Moser, out on an emergency call, did not meet with the
doctors. But enough for the faculty, he is heard to say, on to the students-less
wise, but more gay!
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GEORGE STANGER . President
"What well-elected leader fronts us here?"
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JUNE HENKIS . Vice-President
"Her very silence and her patience speak
to the people."
A5 You Like It
JEAN OLIVER . . Secretary
"My bounty is boundless as the sea, my
love is deep'-the more I give to thee the more
l have, for both are infinite."
Romeo and fufiel
OTHO ELLENBERGER . Treasurer
"The glass of fashion, and the mold of
"W'e know what we are, but know not what
we may be."
"Not born to serve but to command."
"A rhapsody of words."
"VVe must everyone be a man of his own
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"Look, he is winding up the watch of his
By and by it will strike."
"'I'hat's well saidg a good hcart's worth
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"How far that little candle throws its beams!
So shines a good deed in a naughty World."
illerffzzzfzt of Vanin'
"What, at your book so hard?"
"I dare do all that may become a man,
who dares do more is none."
"VVhat, sir, are you a Comedian?"
HO WARD BEUSCHER
"A rare engineer."
Troihzs and Crfysida
"Those friends thou hast, and their adop-
tion tried. Grapple them to thy soul with
hoops of steelf,
"To be merry best becomes you."
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"Thou speak'st like a physician."
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He is very knowing of' man s ways.
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"Music and poetry use to quicken you.
Taming of fhe Shrew
"Let music sound While he doth make his
fllerrhan! of Venzff
"fo be up early and done late."
fl'1f7'7lV 1f1'1ve.v of PZYIIZLZYJOY'
"Landlord, hol VVho be this noble cook?"
"What should a man do but be merry?"
"If thou dost play with her at any game,
thou art sure to lose."
,inlony and Cfeopzzlrzz
"I'll warrant her full of game."
"Hear him debate ofcommonwealth affairs
you would say it hath been all in all his study."
"I had rather thou had my forty shillings,
and I my books of songs and sonnets here."
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"He teaches boys the sports."
Levis L1z!mm"5 Lux!
"l am of the churchand will be glad to do
my benevolence, to make atonements, and com-
promise between you."
Romeo and 7l1fIiL'f
"My present business calls me from you
Comnfv qf Error
"l am advised to give her music 0' mornings:
they say it will penetrate."
"Canst thou forget the times we spent
"l find thee most lit for business."
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"Able to speak for herself."
I HEIIILV IV
"Signs of nobleness like stars shall shine on
all he deserves."
MARY JANE GRFB
"As merry as the day is long, from the
crown of her head to the sole of her foot, she
is all mirth."
fblurlz Jdo .ibozzt Notlzjng
"VVhose skull .love cram with brains."
"She taketh most delight in music, instru-
ments, and poetry."
Taming of the Shrew
"So excellent in art."
"I saw him beat the surges under him, and
ride upon his back."
"Sir, you are music's master."
"Forsooth, a great arithmeticianf'
"Hear him but reason in divinity."
"Well could he ride, and often men would
say that horse his mettle from his rider takes."
A Loverlv Comphzin!
"Leave we him to his sporting events, and
prove him prosperous."
"He hath borne himself beyond the promise
of his age, doing in the figure of a lamb, the
feats of a lionf'
Mzfriz Ado About Nothing
"Thus play I in one person many people
and none contented."
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"ls she not apt in skillful Cookery?"
"A merry heart goes all the day.
tires in ai mile."
"Accounted a good actor."
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"I say littleg but when time shall serve,
there shall be smiles."
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low-
An excellent thing in a woman."
"Be schoolmistress and undertake the
teaching of the maids and sons."
The Taming of the Shrew
"Here Comes the lady! Oh so light
Romeo and Yufift
"I am wealthy in my friends."
Timwz of fltliens
"I love the sport well."
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MARY ALICE LAMBRECHT
K'As sweet and musical as bright Apollo's
L0ve'.f Lzzboufs Lax!
"To thine own self be true."
"This fellow might be a great buyer of
land and a lover of business."
know more than I'll speak."
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one is a natural philosopher."
fix You Lffcf If
a dear, ll true industrious friend."
I Hemlv IV
"She dances featly'-so she does anything."
"I will wish thee ever more to dance."
Lovelv Lzzbouff Loft
"Gives true evidence to his love, which
stands an ho
Afnloniv and Cfeopafra
"Her beauty makes this vault a feasting
of light." I
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"We are denied access unto his person.
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"This is the short and the long of it."
lllerzlv lfives of lVmd.tm'
"Another of her fashion they have not to
lead their business."
"To be a well-favoured maid is the gift
of fortuneg but to write and read well comes
AIc'tZ5ZH't' for Mffzz.t111'f
"Her sunny locks hang on her temples like
a golden Heeceg and many Jasons Come in quest
fllerfluznl of Venirf'
"A light heart lives longf,
L0ve'5 Lzzb01zr'5 Los!
"Teach you the Children English?"
I "You will be welcome with such intel-
"The gentleman is learn'd and a rare
"The lark, whose notes do beat the vaulty
heaven, can not compare to thee."
Romeo and Yufiet
"Come and take Choice of all my library
and so beguile thy sorrow."
"Man is Z1 giddy thing, and this is my
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"She makes sweet music with th' enamel'd
"They laugh that win."
"How long a time lies in one little word."
"By my valour, the most complete cham-
pion that I ever heard!"
"A schoolmistress well seen in languages
Taming af the Shrew
"Valiant, wise, remorseful, and well accom-
Two Genflfmen of Verona
"EXceedingly well read."
"She that was fair and never proud had
tongue at will and yet was never loud."
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"Men of his way should hc most lihcraig
they are set here for examples."
"There's no such sport as sport by sport
,'1'.t You Lifcv If
- "A man that hath studied the World."
Level: LlZb0Il7".Y Lux!
"He reads muchq he is a great observer."
MARY .TANF STERN
"Thy tender hefted nature shall not give
thee o'er' to harshness."
"He was a scholar, and a ripe and good
one, exceeding wise, fair spoken, and persuad-
"The quality of mercy is not strained."
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"The fairest queen that ever we received."
II Henry IV
LA VERN TOOLEY
"VVho hath not heard it spoken how deep
you are within the books of God."
II Hemlv IV
"There's language in her eye, her cheek.
Troilzzs and Crfmidfz
'LFor every man has business and desire
such as it is."
"Give thy thoughts no tongue."
UA man of good repute, carriage, bearing,
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VVAYN If WIN GIEIRT
"I-Ie that hath a beard is more than a
Mllfh Ado Abou! Nolhing
"Here-'s a gentleman and a friend of mine."
Mfaszzre for Mea5zz1'e
"As merry as the day is lon
Jllzzflz Ado About Norlzing
"Boy, what sign is it, when a man of great
spirit grows melancholy."
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AW 'K OW' that my last class is over today I guess I'll stop at the sun dial and look over t e
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i list that Bill Shakespeare gave me. Gee, I never helped to cast a play before, but this
should be fun . . . The first character he wants is "a young gentleman who has the
ability to rip off S1zadrazflz." It doesnlt take long for strangers on the campus to become acquainted
with our college slang, I see. This is easyg Ohm Pauli is just the fellow for that . . . VVonder if
he wants anyone to sing .ive lliczrifz. I'll jot down that Howard Dill does that beautifully . . .
Then he wants a king and queen. Let's see, Gordy Streib should at that role 'cause he's made
a capable Student Body President this year. George Stanger has shown characteristics of executive
ability too, as our senior class president. And then there's Tubby Yoder who worked hard over
the banquet as class president when we were Juniors. And wouldn't Irene Thornton make a grand
queen? She's been May Queen this last year. And if Shakespeare saw Fran Mayer as Queen at
the Student Reception in the fall, he'd consider her for the role, too . . . Next he wants a court
jester. Wlho are our funny men? Therels Paul I-Iunsinger, Guy Oliver, and Don Cooper . . .
Maybe I should save Cooper for the role of "the young man with exceptional physical ability."
Oh, but we have so many athletes in our class that I suppose it will be dillicult to narrow the choice
down to one. Hal Henning with his swimming, Chuck Bettinger with basketball and baseball,
Riebel, Arlen, Bishop, VVhite, Umbreit, and more yet . . . Then Shakespeare wants me to pick
an "advisor to the king." That means some one with exceptional mental powers all right. Dane
Scagliola or Frank Huke are good Senior representatives for that role. There's Don Thompson,
too. Or how about Nancy Grote with a feminine viewpoint?
This matter of choosing characters from the Senior class is going
to be a more diflicult procedure than I imagined. VVe even have
two fellows to blow the trumpet at the beginning of the play-
Burton and Freshley. Guess I should have some help in Hlling
out this list . . . There goes ProfOliver. I-Iere's my chance . .
Oh, Prof . .
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Two Ruth Faust
THREE Laurent Bernhardt
FOUR Lois Blank
FIVE Alexander Burek
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Two Allan Denker Joseph Dennis Robert Dexheimer
THREE Caroline Domm Mildred Donneworth Charles Douglas
FoUR Edward Eberhardt Leta Ehlers Cathryn Erffmeyer
FIVE Ruth Fager Virginia Farley Doris Faust
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Rosemary Heiser Robert Herben
Jean Hilton Joseph Himmel
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Row Two John King Mary E. Kirn Frederick Knoche Muriel Kottke
Row THREE VVaverly Krueger Virgil Lamm VVarren Lebeck George Lester
Row FOUR Edith Lounsbury Esther Mason Patricia McHenry Richard Mellor
Row FIVE VVillis Milar Dorothy Miner Theophil Muellen Arthur Moore
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THREE Eileen Steffen
FOUR Arthur Taylor
FIVE Anita VVilkins
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UT hold here, not so fast. Already have I met your Faculty, your President, that noble
band of Seniors who have so graciously dedicated this book to me, then met I the Juniors
and Sophomores. Now, fair sirs, I would rest and reminisce. Go! Get you gone, my stu-
dent guide, whilst I sit here and thus soliloquize.
Wlhat a gracious assemblage is this. VVhat powerful characters be there here. Ah, from
these underclassmen, I'll draw the minor characters for my new play. First, my notebook that I
might set down these thoughts. CFrom the folds of his jacket Shakespeare takes a little pad,
from the frills of his ruff he takes his pencil and begins to write.J
Hmmmmm, now let me see. This man Stone shall be the walls of my palace. Towering
Bates I shall make into a pine tree outside the walls. That role behts him best. And through him-
ah, what a north wind is this Harshman! How he shall rage and blow! Then in this castle could
I set the maiden, Caroline, who there would be imprisoned with the IVIayer's daughters. The giant
Douglas could be the guard and watch dog of the prison tower. But to the court. Noble Burek
make I the statesman whose words would move all in thy democracies. Of Eber-
hardt make I a scholar full of intellect and wit. A knight of courage shall this Shatzer be. A
page boy full of heart, who with champions does easily hold his part, shall Squire Lester be.
But now, enough of this-I need my relaxation. CShakespeare goes to the basement of Ol'
Main, puts his nickel in the red machine and bottle in hand, he enters the Spectrum oH:1ce.D
Ah, Illl rest here in the big arm chair and complete the casting. Methink I need a character
new and him I make in likeness of this Ostroth man. A poet, minstrel, athlete and intellectual.
Of that sprightly wench, Miss Rosemary, I'll make a character with wit and personality. Oh, yes,
and Gustafson shall be my painter and philosopher.
Then to entertain the court, Guenther, Darnell, and Mehn shall be the players, Glading,
Matthies, and I-Ieiclinger shall sing, and I-Iimmel a wandering minstrel who-CShakespeare leaves
the office, passes through the unopened door and leaves the empty coke bottle behind with these
and other notes to remind us of his visit. His notes are published here, the coke bottle with others
has been returned.D
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Row One: Neal Peterson, President, Lawrence
Vlleier, Vice-President, Charles Fvert, Treas-
urer: Fma Lu Kellogg, Secretary, June Hatch,
Row Two: Francis Guither, lVlen's Repre-
sentative, Margaret Abbott, Harvey Accola,
Dollynelle Allen, Frank Allen.
Row Three: Gordon Allen, Jane Allen, Ruth
Attig, Keith Backemeyer, Richard Backlund.
Row Four: Dorothy Bartel, Betty Bartling.
Mary Baurngartner, VVilliam Beher, Jeanne
Row Five: Eleanor Bennett, Hilbert Berger,
Roger Beyler, John Bigelow, Marcella Blanc
Row Six: Russell Bortz, Clayton Bossert,
June Bosshardt, Frederick Boulton,!lCarlyle
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Row Qne: Ruth Garvin, Richard Gauerke,
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STUDENT COUNCIL-Left tu right: ST. ANGELO, HUKE, HENNING, OSTROTH, BUREK, FRANCES BIAYER, JEAN BIAYER, RUTH FAUST,
.IEANETT1-3 RAECKEH. Ci-IATTERTON. Q-Seaterlj Prior. WVOLF, LENzNER, STREIB, YODER, GEIGER.
ILLIAM Shakespeare, while strolling in the lower halls of0l' Main meets
6 Q Gordon Streib. Shakespeare speaks. . . "Greetings, fellow, what is your
'J' a 'I -Y
mg , name?
Gordie-VVell, my name is Streib, Gordon Streib, of the Rochester Streibs.
Slzakafpeare-Dost thou not remember this Visage?
I am the ghost of VVilliam Shakespeare.
Gordie-Hiya, Bill, put 'er there. Glad ta' meetcha. CThey shake hands.D
Bi!!-Methinks thou are of kingly carriage. Art of the royal order?
G07'6iiE-'Oh, not exactly. I'm just the president of the student body. Not very
royal, but in all, an honorable position.
Bi!!-Explain yourself, son. VVhat is the student body?
Gorrlie-VVell, the student body is composed of every student in college. Vile have
a governing body composed of representatives chosen by the four classes.
These form the council. VVe take care of everything that concerns the student
Bi!!-Egad, this must be a powerful court to rule so vast a territory.
Gordie-Yes, but we are a democracy.
Bi!!-Democracy? Democracy? Oh, yes, democracy.
Gordie-Whassa matter, don't you know what a democracy is?
Bi!!-Yes. 'Tis but an experiment in living together. Methinks it is impractical.
Gordie-Well, not the way we work it. Every spring the student body has an
election that rivals the national election in enthusiasm. The best man then
takes charge of the council and presides over student affairs.
Bi!!-And thou are the ruler of these strange people then? Friend, I greet thee
as king and willingly do thee homage.
Gordic'-Gosh, thanks, Bill.
ziflftifly PARTY is in full swing W'e see Bill drifting about the punch bowl 1nd
iff' XMI .A S ' 'f 'N . . I . . 1
91 hnally he manoeuvers into the kitchen in search of more cookies. He
,ty meets Miss Meier and stops to chat Miss Meiei speaks We
hir. Shakespeare, are you having a good time?"
Air. Shakavpem-e-Indeed, fair lady, indeed.
iwim flaleier-Do you want more cookies?
.1121 Shakefpezzre-Thank you. Even a spirit must eat. You are kind, my lady.
Aliu Illeier-W'ell, we aim to entertain and please everyone. I think the party is
going well enough. I'll join you in another glass of punch.
.Wiz Slzzzkexpefzre-Fair lady, could you tell me who arranges all these pleasant
M'i.r,f Illeier-This is the work of the Social Committee. W'e plan all the social
affairs of the college. Everything from teas to County Fairs. How did you
enjoy Sadie Hawkins W'eek?
illr. Slzzzke.vpecz7'e-Ch, as is my custom. Sitting on a shelf in the library.
Never has a ghost been so lonely. 'Twas noticeable that others had 1 good
Iliff.: Ilfeier-That was the work ofthe Social Committee. W'e planned the entire
illr. Shczkefpemw-W'ho comprises this group? Are all students?
.Mist fweier-Yes, all students except Miss Snyder, Miss Sicre and myself. Most
of them are students who are interested in helping others have a good time.
MW. Shzzkefpmre-Thou sayst they enjoy helping others have a good time? Then
the eajoyment thereof is doubled for those who prepare the party.
Alisx Jbleier-Hooking over at flze punch bowfj Oh, pardon me. The punch bowl is
empty. I must fill it.
Mr. Slzczke,vpem'e-How can man help but enjoy life with such as these to aid him?
SOCIAL COMMITTEE-Left to right: CTap Rowh P. FRESHL EY, SHAFFER, KELLERMAN, STARK, STONE, GEIGEH. YODER, HUNSINGER. STAHL,
ARLEN, Dtv1Ni-3, Bums, J. RAECKER, BRANCH, BABEL., HAFE NRICHTER, DAV'IS. CBottom Rouu LOCKE, STERN, GLADDING, Miss Siena. Miss
Mama, Mrss SNYDER, HAMMEHSMUH, MILLER.
stepped into Pfeiffer Hall during the 9 30 hour interlude on luesday moining Melodious
ILLIAM SHAKESPEARE seeking relief from the rush and rumble of college life has
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gh' 2 strains Hoat from the throat of the organ. A poem is read. VVorshipfully the assembly
returns again to the ebb and flow of college life. Shakespeare stands in the foyer. A man approaches
and asks: "Did you enjoy the silent chapel, Brother Shakespeare?"
.Wz:zke.tjJeare-I did very much, Brother Domm. Though I knew not what the service was termed.
Donzm-YYell, this is a part of the working of the Y's. VVe sponsor these silent Chapels in an attempt
to interpret the Christian religion for the College students of today.
Shakefpem-e-Ah, but methinks thy form of service be unique.
Domm-Indeed, but we always are pioneering into new fields of Christian life. This is an experi-
ment that has worked very successfully.
fThey stroll towards Ol' Main. A young man catches up with them. He speaks . . . J
Pardon me, Prof., can I speak to you for a minute about the new equipment for the Y room?
Domm-Ah, yes. Mr. Shakespeare, do you know our YMCA president? May I introduce Bruce
Slmkexpmre-How are you, my boy?
Bruce-Well, Bill, I've been trying to meet you for a long time. Are you getting around all right?
If not, we can give you a Big Brother.
Shakefpeare-Egad, what's this?
Bruce-VVell, perhaps it does sound odd to you, but the Y's provide Big Brothers for the new stu-
dents. The Big Brother is a personal advisor. He helps the Freshmen get started.
Domm-VVell, I'm afraid even a good student would have difficulty taking care of a ghost. CThe
, trio has reached Ol' Main and meet Emily Medal in the hall.j
Bruce Qloppifzg Emilvj-Say Em, did you see Erling Peterson about International XVeek?
Emily-Yes, I did. Do you think we could get Mr. Shakespeare to break down and speak to the
Slzakexpeozre-I'm afraid my voice would more startle than instruct.
Domm CEnfering his ofcej-VVell, Brother Shakespeare. I leave you now with better company.
I must go to class. But here's a summary of the workings of the Y's on the campus. Read
it at your leisure.
7'0izn'Shajer CStepping up to Brutal-Say, you won't forget Central Committee Meeting will
you? Bring Bill here along. Gotta hurry, gotta class.
Shakespeare- VVho was that?
Emibf-That was John Shaffer, the Chairman of the Central Comm. The YMCA and the YWCA
work jointly through that committee. Pardon me, Mr. Shakespeare, but I've gotta class.
Bruce-Me too, Bill. See ya later, gotta class.
Simkwpeczre CSmndJ in fha amply izczllj-Gotta class . . . gotta class . . . Odsbodkins, what
language. Methinks I'll read the report. Hmm . . . The YMCA functions jointly with
the YVVCA through comnaittees on Chapel, Church Relations, Fellowship, World Fellowship,
and Religious Emphasis VVeek. The Associations work separately as a rule through their
committees on Finance, Deputation, Campus Projects, Freshman Work, Social Life, Social
Service Cincluding the social roomsl, Publicity, and Student Council. Hmmm, most inter-
esting. This must be the most active organization here!
CHRONICIE fRlll Oriel R CIUSTAFSON, DIVINE, DEWILDE. CHATTERTON, CIEIGER. 1Rou- Tiwl KOTTKE, PETERSON, DILLEN. DAVIS.
C BROWN NIACHI-'xx ILZ I OLIVER, GREB, BIASON. KRUII' Threw XIOUNG, SI-IEWMAKE. J. EVERT, M. ARLEN, C. DAILEY. FOSKETT, K. GUSTAY
SON LR Ll Fm J VS INEMILLER OBHIGHT, DENNIS, C. EX'ERT, S. DAILY, STONE, VVILKINS.
,gfdggeg S SHAKESPEARE is passing to Goldspohn, he sees this group assembled
KQ Q around the ironing board, and puns to himself . . . The group doth
seem to have pressing dilhculties.
Edilor Rullz Cf16Zl'l67'f07Z?'f7Z0liC'i7lg his curiorifvv and expfainingj-VVe're the Chronicle
staff and we were just ironing out the press.
Shaleeypeare-VVhat, pray, is a Chronicle staff? Be it a rod?
Rzzlh-The Chronicle, Mr. Shakespeare, is the college weekly newspaper which is
published thirty times during the school year. The staff consists of news
reporters, sports writers, feature writers, columnists, plus those who manage
the business angle under Mr. DeVVilde here.
Shakespeare-Really, 'tis most interesting. And how, indeed, are they selected?
Ruth-For their ability, interest, enthusiasm, and dependability.
Shakespeare-An admirable combination of qualities, to be sure. VVould that
I had all of these! But I meant to ask, what didst thou mean by "ironing
out the press"? A very singular expression.
Ruth-Oh, that was simply meant as a light pun, implying that we do have diffi-
culties in holding to our main purpose of informing the students of coming
events and keeping an accurate record of all school activities.
Shakespeare-eYour paper consists only of these news items, then.
Ruth-Oh, no. We have what we call special functions which are to provide an
outlet for student opinion and originality, to inject in places a measure of
levity and to form a connecting link between alumni and students.
Shakespeare-Wlell said, fair Editor, and I thank thee for informing me. Perhaps
these will help me in the writing of my play.
CARDINAL STAFF-DON OS'FROTH, xVILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, DORO'1'HX' IJEGG, SALLY WALKI-:R, Prior.
RAVINC1 knowledge of the literary life upon our campus, the Playwright
. . . , . . . ' '
goes in quest of information. VX hile exploring Science Hall, Shakes-
6- fA peare is amazed to see his own likeness prominently displayed in Prof.
W'hite's oliice. Shakespeare speaks . . . Odsbodkins, and the shades of myself!
I never thought to see the likeness of my map within the precincts of a Science
Cardinal Edilor-This is the Sanctum Sanctorum of the English department.
Have a chair. Vllill you do me a favor? Look this over. It'll be fun. It's
our Cardinal. Give me your candid opinion of it.
Shake.rpmre-Hold . . . cease galloping! Let me be acquainted with this matter
Edilor-The Cardinal is North Central's publication for student writers. lt's a
means of getting the creative expressions of all the college students out in the
open. This year we're trying hard to make it tops.
Slzakeipeare-I fain would also know the nature and extent of those rehned pur-
suits which represent "Belles Lettresf'
Writer Cinterruplingj-Illl tell you about the VVriters Club. It's an informal
organization, open to all college students who are interested in writing and
developing their critical powers. By submitting manuscripts and attending
three consecutive meetings, one may become a full-fledged member. VVe
read unidentified manu-
EEE scripts and then everyone
has a chance to criticise
VVhite is our guiding light
and it's really valuable
experience and fun, too.
Shakcxrpeme-I would that I
could sit with this dis-
tinguished group. Who
knows? lylayhap there
lurks, yet undiscovered,
some great singer of a
great new song.
X . ., A .,
haps our circle boasts a
WVRITERS CLUB-CSeatedJ HUNSINGER, OSTROTI-I, STARR, JAI-IN, WYINEMILLER, DIVINE, PROI-'. WEHIITE. N Y N
CSecond Rau-H WYALKER, GIX'LER, Biumow, PETERSON, VVILKINS. QStandingl RAPP, RICE, LOCKE, IXOCH, 5eCOnd Shakespeare.
MCHENRY, HEIDINGER, BROVVN, KOTTKE. Cl-IATTERTON.
PVri!erHYes who knows per-
DELTA TAU LAMBDA-QTop Row! TANGNEY, BIALY, ANDREVVS. QCSecond Rau-B WIILLIAMS, DARFLER, HEJNRICI-I, PLAUNT, GEIER. CThirfl
Rowj HUSI-oN, SAVAGE, CAMPBELL, BACKLUND, PALMER, PIPER, FRY, FROHLICH, ALLEN. CFuurth Row? CARDIN, KOLB, FARNHAM, SCI-IMIDT.
STOLTENBERG, MURDOCK, HASSELBACI-IER, SMITH, CARDIN, SCHMITZ, PAGE, BOSSERT.
dx 'M midst the golden leaves of Indian Summer His eves behold an azure
Ziyi? sky, the illimitable space of his creative imagination. Schmidt pre-
occupied, .vfunzbfes over Bifllt projerfing fegrj-VVhy, Shakespeare-excuse me. I
didn't see you!
N AFTERNOON in late September. The Bard is relaxing on Fort Hill,
Bi!!-'Twas nothing. What be the equipage? Pray tell thy name and occupa-
B06-Bob Schmidt is my name. Ilm an engineering student and this is a tripod.
Some of the Delta Tau Lambda fellows are out surveying Fort Hill. VVe're
Bi!!-Ah, but tell me, fair youth, do I see a falcon soaring o'erhead?
Bob-No, sir. That's a Piper Cub plane piloted by Thelma Jackson. She's in
the Flight Club. Ya see, our clubs are related. VVe try to promote scholar-
ship and knowledge among the pilots and engineers at North Central.
Bi!!-Thy government will be proud of thy efforts.
FLIGHT CLUB-QStzmrlinyJ C. DAILX', D. SCAGLIOLA, J. BERTSCHINGER, R. BEEBE, L. SMITH, W. FRY, FROLICH. ISeatedD CAMERON, JACK'
SON, BRISSEY, WALKER, BACKLUND.
CHEMISTRY CLUB-fFii-.st Hflll'lD. BURGER, BUTENHOI-'F, CQREEN, LEE, DEXHEIMER, AIURDOCK, STOLTENBERG, TPi0Ml'SON, KAHL,
BRISSEY, STEINKE. QScwrul Run-J H. MEI-IN, IiNUCKLES, KRUG, BLANC. STERN. BETTS,JOHNSON,SCI-IULTZ,IiRUEGER,fiROTE,JENS1-JN,S'I'ECKl'JL,
SHOCKEY, ETTINGER. tThirfl Row? SPIEGLER, KOLTI-IOI-'I-', St'HALLER, BARLTING, ABBOT, REBSTOCK, REIMER, IQIRN, SAVAGE. f,I"fIiIrth Rfiirp
PLUMER. HEYDON, IODER, FAGER, DOMM, REBSTOCK, ARGUE. HEIMEN, AIORGAN, HikTC'H. flfzlftli Rui:-J MRS. PRIEM, MINER, ILITZENTHALER,
AIEHN, CQUITHER, HITKE, EBEKH.XRD'F, STARR, AIEESE, CEI-IELE, BERTSCHINGER. fSi1th Rui:-J CARLSON, DR. IQOTEN, NELSON, xVl'IITE, BOEREL
Fi.. ERCHED with his knees under chin, a senior scientifically observes an
7 U ant struggling with a leaf. Brissey Ciafkzfzg lo IZZIIZJPZIID . . Now, if I
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7 eould only hit upon something new. Hmmmm.
Shakespeare- Fair youth, thou looks't dejected. What be thy cares?
Briffey-Huh? 0, hello! Are you new around here?
Slzakexpmre-Nay, for a six month have I been here. But what is thy problem?
B1'i.rJey-I gotta plan a chapel program. Chem Club puts one on every year.
I wanta make it good, too . . . Ca feuzifzilze voire if lzerzm' mffiug "Bz'!!!"j
Shakefpezzrf-fpuzzfefij-What be this?
fllmgv 741126 G1'ez9-Cflmhifzg up fo Biflj-Say, l've been looking all over for you.
VVould you come to History Club next Week and give us some first hand
information about the Flizabethans? VVe try to get at present day problems
by understanding the historic background.
Slzake.rpeare-Gladly. What be the time next Week?
CHISTORY CLUBifFi1-st Rl7ll'lI4. BLANK, M. HAMMERSMITII, M. RICE, L. YAOER, M. J. GREB, A. F. SINGER. H. AEGEHTEH, DR. ATTIG.
Second Rau-J G. STONE, P. STARK, A. SHEPHERD, J. BATES. P. SCHNAKE, I". OSTERLAND, R. DIN'INE.
-' fi 'ff' HE lVIen's Glee Club Concert is in progress. Male voices are heard in
'gig 5914 . , . . . . .
img, :ffl harmony. During the intermission, Shakespeare silently rises from his
seat and eagerly goes backstage to find Professor Baer. Shakespeare . .
Most excellent music master, in the humblest of judgments thy minstrels are
BczereYou're very gracious, Mr. Shakespeare. VVould you like to come and sing
with us? You Won't have to try out even though our regular members are
chosen in that way. Say, do they really sound good?
Shakespeaw-Their singing proveth they are the best. How many have you in
Baer-Around Fifty or sixty members.
Shakespeare-And what are thine activities wont to be during a twelvemonth?
MEN S GLEE CLUB- QFiz-st RuuiDE. PETERSON, VV. FRESHLEY, HARSHMAN, PAYDON, LEPIEN, OLIX'ER, P. FRESHLEY, HIMMEL PAULI
C RAMBSCH, SCHRIVER, EBERT, SHAFFER, DEABLER, TOMPKINS, VVINGERT, CSecom1 Rau-J N. PETERSON, SHILLING, J. FRY, BRUNS, BIUELLEN
GUITHER IXNUCKLES, SEITZ, EIGENBRODT, VVHITE, BERNHARDT, J. SHEPHERD, ACCOLA. QThirrl Row! SCI-INAKE, GEIGER, BENMNG, HENNING
HERBST lxi.-KST, JUHNKE.
Baer-Each year the club gives concerts in prominent Chicago churches and in
high schools. The season is climaxed by our annual spring concert, which is
Slmkefpeare-Most heavenly music! It nips me into listening. VVho are the young
gentlemen who sang together so beautifully this evening?
Baer-Oh, you mean Ohm Pauli and Howard Dill! They're talented young men
on our campus. Did you enjoy the singing of Miss Bassett? She is a Well-
known Chicago soprano.
Shakespeare-Her music is sweet unto the ear. Yet, I did most enjoy the song
about the three "chillin in de land ob Babylon."
Baer-I'm glad you enjoyed the concert thus far, but there is more to come.
Shakespeare-Yea, there will I sit and let the sounds of music creep into mine
Baer-Good evening, Mr. Shakespeare. The concert will resume shortly.
CShakespeare leaves humming . . . Shadrach, Meshac, Abednegoj
HAKHSPEARE is wandering about Pfeiffer Hall to see what North
gm, 'Y Central achieves musically. Suddenly there is a collision by the bulletin
- QT? board. Shakespeare lwitlz zz low bowl . . . Kindly accept my humble
Iliff! Cook lout of breallzl-That's quite all right, suh. Ah've been rushin' heah
and theah all mornin' gettin' some things foh The Buffered Bride tonight
and Ah'm glad to catch mah breath foh a minute.
Slzake.vpeare-But it was my impression that thy realm was in the directing of
the Girls' Glee Club
Illirv Cook-Ch, it reahly is, but the majority of the girls sing in the chorus of
the operah on the eve of College Day besides givin' the spring concert Did
yuh heah our concert in April?
GIRLS GLEE CLUB-fFirst Rouij GLADING, RIATTHIES, KELLOG, KOTTKE, MAU, KALIXS, REIDT, HUBMER, R, FAUST, LENZNER I aRLEI
KOLANDER KOCH, OLIVER, HEININGER, ATTIG, PIEPER. POHLMANTEER. CSerorzcI Rozvh G. HAFENRICI-ITER, KAPP, LEPIEN, LAMBRECHT Imax
IODER EI-ILERS. D. FAUST, HEIDINGER, SMITH, SCI-IALLER, SIEWERT, TOVEY, SCHNEIDER, CHAMBERLAIN, BLANK, RUTHERI-'oHD. tThzrfl R ul
CZ-IRISTOFERSON, DUNI-IAM, ARNOLD, BUNSE, RIENICH, SPIEGLER, NELSON, PLUMMER, SIEDSCHLAG, GUENTHER.
Shakespeare-Illness prevented my presence, but my earthly friends proclaimed
Miff Cook-The folks dia' seem to like it. First thah Weah conventional choral
works, the last part was a fantasy based on the Nulrmeker Szzile with the
Glee Club, ballet, and orchestrah. Mary Alice Lambrecht, the president,
and committees helped with all the work.
Shakespeare-This feminine organization must enjoy countless pleasurable occa-
Mirr Cook-VVe reahly do, suh. But yuh all "slipped up" when you saidfemifzifze
Mi.fJ Cook-Our accompanist foh two yeahs has been Bob Hieber and he places
a restrainin' element on our feminine caprices, and it takes powerful restrainin'
foh forty-five girls. This is the fifth yeah that Ah've had the club and-
Csoufzd of imtrurfzefztx being fwzedj
Pahdon me, suh. The orchestrah needs this music now. Cdarhey ojfj
PRING burgeons. The Bard notes that bird-songs near the hall called Pfeiffer, are eclipsed
by stronger voices. It is the Erst time that a tune has ever sounded octagonal to him.
Zf3'.S' He vows to sound out the mystery . . .
Shakexpmre-Ho! Vliithin! Vlihence issues this melliHuous sounding?
foe Himme! Cpeering out of llze open window Qff Prqf. Pf7l7IF'X',.f .fllldl-OD-If you'll tell me why you
always have your best characters get bumped olif, I'll explain the Octette system to you.
Shakefpeare-Agreed. Do you Hrst proceed.
foe-W'ell, for thirty or forty summers now, the college has sent out a group of fellows to sing
her praises to the great constituency of the church. The aim is to keep a good contact between
the college and the people. Moreover, we interest an amazing number of young folks in N.
C. C. to the point of deciding to enroll here.
Shakespeare-A worthy function! But more of this Octette itself.
706-Membership is determined by competitive tryouts among the lads from the home Glee Club.
It's plenty rough on tryout night! That's why the calibre of our music is so high.
Slznzkarpeare-VVith that boast I have no quarrel. But speak on.
706-The trip's the thing! This year we covered over thirteen thousand miles, hit thirteen states
and Canada, and sang eighty concerts in twelve weeks!
Shakefpeare-Gadzooks! Doth not the pace reduce thee to a frazzle?
7042-Oh, no, we're too busy meeting fine people and seeing interesting country for that. Look
across the page there, and you'll see a few of the reasons why life on the Octette is so fascinating.
It's spiced by doing so many different things together . . . Once in a while, though, someone
gets to thinking that life consists exclusively of three things: riding, singing, and eating!
Shakespeare-I'll warrant that until twelve weeks are sped, you find yourselves crop-full of them!
But hold, it seems me well that you should have tall tales to tell . . .P
ffoe-Have we! VVow! There's a history-full to prove it. Driving up Pike's Peak Chere's a tall
one!j at two o'clock in the morning to see the sun rise . . . Having a snowball Hght July
4th on the Continental Divide . . . Stopping at the swanky Van Cleve Hotel in Dayton,
Ohio . . . Singing over five different radio stations from North Dakota to Ontario , . .
Squeezing through the border customs without birth certificates . . . Entertaining thousands
in thirteen different summer Assemblies all over the country . . . those are only a fraction
of the swell experiences we had.
Shakespeare-Faith, and I would that this unworthy wight had been with you through all of it!
Methinks I have not seen such rich and varied chance to live.
SIGMA RHO GAMMAW-CSeate1Ib TVIATTHIES, GUSTAFSON. CStanfIinyl P. FRESHLEY. PAULI, BUNSE, CHRISTOFERSON, REIDT, LENzNEH,
FARLEY, HIEBER, POLMANTEER, OLIVER, HEININGER.. QBaf-A' Rozvj DrLL, HIMMEL, LAMBRECHT.
Thursday afternoon, Mr. Shakespeare meets a very interesting looking
woman at the door of Pfeiffer Hall. Both seem to recognize the marks
55514 of unusual talent in the other, so feel impelled to speak.
.S'lzizke.fpeai'e-I do not remember having seen thee before. VVhat dost thou here?
fWi.r,v Waffoiz-I teach the theory courses in the music school. VVith Prof. Pinney
I am the advisor of the honorary music society of the school, Sigma Rho
.S'!zfike.vpmi'e-I do not seem to remember having come in contact with this organi-
zation before. Perhaps thou canst tell me something about it. Can any
student belong to it?
Zllisi lVizf.v0iz-No, indeed! There are several prerequisites for becoming a member
of this club. A person must not only be majoring in music, but he must
also have a B average in all of his music subjects.
S!mke.rpmi'eYBut what is the big idea back of this club? turing .tome .tliziigfroiiz his
illiff Wafroiz-Wlhyf, here comes Katherine Gustafson, the president. I'm sure
she will be glad to tell you about it. Katherine, this is Mr. Shakespeare.
He would like to know more about Sigma Rho.
Kizlizeriize-0'h hello! The idea of Sigma Rho is to further the interest and increase
the appreciation of music on our campus. Our main activities are monthly
meetings, at which we have been studying music personalities and movements
during the past few months. VVe also sponsor two Chapel programs every
Shakeypemfe-Thou art indeed an active and interesting group. I shall look
forward to seein some of our work in the near future.
GIRL is standing on Pfeiffer stage, reading off names from an attendance
MQ? Nil . . .
A, ,W book. Shakespeare wanders down into the pit where the organ is located
.vt A . . . .
d 2 and discovers Bob Hieber arranging music. Shakespeare speaks . . .
Methinks I have stumbled upon a rehearsal about to commence. Pray, tell me,
what group is this?
Hiebfr-This is the chapel choir rehearsal. The choir sings on the stage in robes
for chapel Wednesday, and we must go over the anthem and responses now.
fln distance Butenhoff , . . Dill . . . Freshley . . . VVedsworth.J
Shakexpemf-'Tis clear now, and art thou the leader of this organization?
Hieber-Goodness, no. Prof. Pinney, the little short man talking with Harriet
Arnold, the president, at the side of the stage is director. My job is to pull
the stops and press the keys on the organ.
jln distance . . . Perch , . . Guenther . . . Himmel . . . Pauli.l
Sim kexpearehwlithout a doubt this is one of the older organizations on the campus?
Hieber-Gn the contrary, chapel choir hasn't had its tenth birthday yet. The
history is rather interesting. You see, during Religious Emphasis Vlleek in
1932, a double quartette was used to lend atmosphere to the chapel programs.
The idea of chapel choir was born then, and each year the group has developed
more. This year we have about thirtv-five voices
Un the distance . . , Kirn . . . Glading . . . Lepien . . . Matthies.D
Shakespeare-'Tis interesting, indeed. Does the choir have any outstanding
Hieber-Just before Christmas it has been traditional to present Handel's M'e5,fialz.
The Easter concert we gave consisted of The Seven Lum' W01'd5. The choir
usually gives programs in several nearby towns, too.
fln distance . . . Chamberlin . . . Guenther . . . Kolander . . , Siedschlagj
Shakespeare-Marry, and 'twould be Hne to hear such a group. Allow me to
announce my presence to Prof. Pinney and then slip into a back seat.
Hieber-Certainly. Come this way.
CHAPEL CHOIR- fFront Rau-J LENZNER, LEPIEN, KIATTHIES, GLADING, Koci-I, FARLEY. IQOLANDER, CHAMHERLIN, HEINING1-311, Kms:
RAECKER, PROP. PINNEY. fSerond Ruu'JMILLER, W. FRESHLEY, P. FRESHLEY, FRY, STEFFEN, ARNOLD, EHLERS, ITAPP, SIEDSCHLAG. TJONNE-
WORTH, HEIDINGER, BERNHARDT, VVINGERT. tThirrl Rau-D BRAND, BUTENHOFF, GUITHER, DILL. GUENTHEH, I. LEPIEN. SHEPHERD, KELLEH
MAN, FERCH, IXTEHN, PAUL1, HIEBER, HEYY'ITT.
T the end of the corridor in Pfeiffer
I-Iall, Shakespeare sees an appealing
' room with a restful rocking chair.
Seeing no one in the room, he goes in, sits
down, and soon falls asleep. Several minutes
pass, and a dark-haired man comes into the
room, awakening the Bard. Shakespeare
speaks . . . Ah, I fear I have intruded into
Alan-No, not at all. I've been working with
the orchestra. My name is Frederick
SizaleeJpea7'e4'Tis a pleasure and Shakespeare
be mine. What said you about an
orchestra? I-Iave you a group of minstrels
T0E7l71ik2'657Oll, Yes! We also have a band.
Teaching instruments and orchestra con-
ducting along with directing both organi-
Zations is my job.
Sha!ee.vpea1'e'-Thy duties are many. But did
not the band play at football games?
Forsooth, it seems there Was such a one
at a game I saw.
Toemziges-That's very possible. The band
also gave a concert. Our orchestra has
been and is going to be very busy.
.S'hake,vpeare-Explain, speak not in such in-
Toezzfziges-VVell, the orchestra played for
Freshmen Reception and Girls' Glee Club
Concert. Our spring concert is next and
after that the opera "Bm'lered Bride"
has to be polished up.
BAND AND ORCHESTRA- CTop Pictured HIEBER, BRUNS, P
FRESHLEY, IIAUDEMAN, DEABLER, IVIUELLEN. Ulifidle Picturel LEPIEN
RAPP, SENGELAUB, KULPER, ATTIG, ERFFMEYER, P. FRESHLEY
G USTAFSON. tBottom Picturel JENSEN, P. FRESHLEY, PAULI, GUITHER
F. SMITH, J. HATCH, G. MILLER, S. RITZENTHALER, PLUMMER, M
RITZENTHALER. Nate-Not in Pirture-YQDER, W. FRESHLEY, H
BURTON, SCI-IVVANDT, S. JOHNSON, BERNHARDT, STAHL, J. KING.
Slmkexpeare-But what of these many rehearsings I have heard? Do the youths perform?
Toefzzzigav-VVe use the outstanding ones on our programs. For instance, Thelma Glading sang
in the Band Concert and Robert I-Iieber is going to play a Sonata for Organ and Orchestra
in the Spring Concert. If you're around why don't you come?
Sizakexpeme-Merci! Without a doubt, I shall be there. I must go on, my rest has refreshed
me. Mayhap We meet again.
I-Ili three o'clock lull has invaded the college bookstore. :X few stragglers
wander in, buy pencils or candy bars and wander out again. Thelnfa
Glading leans on the glass enclosed cases and watches the potential
customers. Classes are all over, tired, kind of sleepy . . . "Could you give
me change for a dime, please." The voice startles her and she looks for the source.
The voice continues . . . "Don't be startled, I'm Bill Shakespeare, or rather
the ghost of Bill Shakespeare, but it's beyond my supernatural powers to get a
coke out of that infernal red machine in the basement without depositing the
Thefma-Didn't see you at first. I-Iere's your change. If you wait a moment
I'll join you.
Slzakf.rpem'e-Please do. I await mi lady's pleasure.
Thefma Crouziizgfrom belzimz' file coznzterl- Come on, we'll have to hurry though,
the Octette is practising at four.
Slzakffpezzrf-Ah, come, fair one. We shall sip the beverages as we stroll to the
Tlzefnm-VVon't you come along and meet the girls, Mr. Shakespeare? They'd
love to meet you.
Shake.fpezz1'e-It is most gracious of you to grant me the privilege of meeting
these lovely maidens.
Tizelma-Oh, you're very Hattering. You know, in our kind of work we meet
lots of people. I suppose you did, too?
Sfzaleerpearfwlyly circle of friends was limited not by contact, but by travel.
Thelma-Oh, really? VVell, we sing many other places besides the campus. In
fact, we've been traveling quite a bit. So far we've had engagements for
luncheons, clubs, banquets, and many church functions.
Slzakexpmre-I remember in my youth, how oft we gathered at Avon's village
inn to sing together. Much pleasure was mine then as it now is yours.
Tlzffma-VVell, here are the girls. This is Virginia Matthies, Virginia Farley,
Harriet Arnold, Marjorie Heidinger, Eileen Kolander, Marjorie Heininger,
Miriam Pieper, our accompanist, Betty Reidt, and you know our director,
Miss Cook, don't you?
Slmkespeuzre C.f711i!iHglAh sho' nuff do.
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GIRLS OCTETTE TI-IEIM-I CJLADING. VIRGINIA AIATTHIES, VIRGINIA FARLEY, H.8RRIE'F ARNOLD, M.xn.ionII2 HIQIDINUEII, EILEI-:N Ko-
LANDER BIARIORIE HI-:ININCER XIIRIAM PIEPER. fFr0ntb ELIz.xBE'rH REID'I'. Miss AIAHY COOK.
STUDENT FINANCE BOARDSLStanf1ingJ STREIB, ANDERSON, CooPEn. CSeatmZb PROE. KERR, RUSSELL, K-Siudent Comptrollerl, UM
BREIT, CTrmsurur7, DR. RALL.
ISTENING in on the Student Finance and Athletic Board meetings,
Shakespeare sees a new side of life at NCC and gets on the inside of
campus problems. President Rall speaks . . . One thing we have to
keep in mind this year is that we must stay within our budget.
Sam Rune!!-That's hard to do when We have so many organizations clamoring
for money. The Spectrum needs more . . . Oh, here comes the Athletic
Board with financial Worries.
Eff-llZEyN'67'+w7C are from the Athletic Board . . .
Slzfzkfxpmre Cifzlerrzfplingj-How now? If thou art bored with athletics thou
art cursed. Surely, thou art not a splinter!
H0werkHere, you punster. He means We have control of intramural and inter-
collegiate athletics. VVe've come to see the Finance Board about a little
pecuniary problem. VVe need more money.
.S'lzz1ke.rpe:zre-Theii there is money for thy sport and sport for thy money.
ATHLETIC BOARD-CStaml1'rzf,fJ DIY'INE, COACH FISHER, HENNING, PRQE. HOXK'ER. CSeatedj PROP. ERFFMEX'ER, BIISS TANNER.
FORENSIC BO.-kRDfPRoF. OLIVER, OLIVE RAPP, RIALCOLM XYOUNG, AL BUREK.
M15 55-f nine-thirty hour strikes. Shakespeare, avoiding the crowds in the
1.51. halls, slips into the meeting of the Forensic Board to hear Prof. Qliver
I explain . . . Now if we are to encourage forensic activities on the
campus in debate, oratory, and extemporaneous speaking, we've got to have more
publicity. Al, you're the president. Take Mr. Shakespeare down to the Publica-
tions Board meeting and get some publicity in the Chronicle.
Barak-O.K., Prof. Coming, Bill? The Publications Board has the power of
the press on the campus.
Slzakeyperzre-Indeed. I had none to confer with me in my publications. Who
is this, sir?
Prof. Kerr-Tm the chairman. Can I help you, Mr. Shakespeare?
.5'lzzzkfxrpem'e'Perhaps! Thy board muff! aid me in the publicizing of my new
play., 'twill be about lh-v actiors, you know!
PUBLICATIONS BO.-XRD-qStanr1i11yl DEYXTILDE, STREIB, HARSHMAN, BETTINGER, Puoi-'. XVHITE, DR. D1a.xraLr.1z. KN-fitfill f'n.x'r1rn
TON, PROF. KERR, HUNSINGER.
STUDENT VOLUNTEERS-fTop Rouib TVIINER, COOK, RITZENTHALER, ITULPER, Bossl-IARDT, GER-
HAHDT, TiXX'LOR, LAMM. 1Nw'nnr1 Rom GUITHER, HERBST, BLANK, TYIEDAL, KALAS, FARLEY, HEIDINGER,
SMITH, LOSER, BUNSE. fThir4l Rnuil TOVEY, HEININGER, RUTHERFORD, SCHALLER, PARROTT, tButtom
Rum BIILLER, S1-Am., KULPER, ARNOLD, Smrz, SHILLING, PLUMER, GROEN.
UNDAY morning and Shakespeare is invited to the First Evangelical
Q . Church parlors, to be with the Student Volunteers. The members are
MW? gathering for the meeting. Shakespeare and Harriet Arnold enter.
Shakespeare is speaking . . . Then all may attend these meetings?
Harrie!-Yes, anyone who wishes may come. Our aim and purpose is to bring
together those students on the campus who are especially interested in the
extension ofthe Kingdom of God in the world, and those who are expecting
to enter some form of Christian Work.
S!zczke.vpea1'e-Ah, well I see. 'Tis to search out the deeper meanings of life. VVhat
form and manner do these meetings take?
Harrie!-Our meetings are devotional and inspirational in character, dealing, as
a rule, with missionary subjects, and a great deal of deputation work is done.
Slzrzke.fpezz1'e-But deal you only with the serious side of life?
Hczrriel-No, We have social meetings and picnics. At Christmas time We go
caroling. VVe have many outside speakers who are very interesting. Most
of them are returned missionaries or are foreigners here in the United States.
Shakespmre-My heart is made reverent upon seeing this Christian spirit in youth.
May your light be a guiding and an inspirational beacon.
ANDICRING beneath the leafy foliage of the newly arrived spring,
by comes Shakespeare, enjoying the sun's friendly warmth with every
ik M I fibre of his ghostly being. He speaks . . . lforsooth, what can be the
portent of yonder assemblage of happy people? Methought to be alone in my
ramblings in this deserted spot.
Yim Brez'lzez'.ve21-I.ook, another guest. I-Iave a hot dog?
Sl1ak'e.rperz1'e-Nolvle friend, I thank thee. Forgive my intrusion, but thou didst
appear so joyful and the arresting odor from yon steaming pot could not be
:7Z.Nl1rIIl'121flS Prof. I-Iimmel's cocoa you smell. You came just in time. This is
the Seager Association picnic.
.5'lzak6.rp.fm'e-Seager Association? Methinks the name doth have a familiar ring.
Could it be that I beheld a sign concerning it upon the campus bulletin board?
7f1Il'XYOLl probably did. Wie met last week and there was a sign for the meeting.
Here comes Rollie Ferch, the Vice-President. I-Ie'll tell you all about it
while I go till up a cup of cocoa.
Sizakerpmfw-Cotildst thou enlighten me as to the purpose of this comely group,
good Master Perch?
Roffie-VVell, the Seager Association is an organization of college students who
are planning to enter the ministry. Beside the very interesting meetings
which we have every two weeks, we do deputation work and have social times,
like this picnic.
Slmke,vpem'e+And yon cocoa-maker? What position holds he within the group?
Roflie-Prof. Himmel is our advisor-and speaking of cocoa, here comes Jim
with two cups and I think one of them is for you.
.Wzake.fpeare-Thaiik you, it Warmeth my ghostly being. It was indeed a lucky
day that brought me to so fair a company, and I shall long remember it.
SEAGER .'xSSOCIA'xTION"IB0CA' Rouil SHAFFER, HOESCH. EHERT, SMITH, DoyENsv1KEa Scnwmvvz, I,r:viEN, lsr'-,mil Rim-I Hl'NSINGIr3Ii.
HERBST, BE.-xivis, CIUITHER, AIILLER. SEITZ, DOEDE. HEWITT. flfrnnt Rum Bm:c'HE1sEN, IUENHOLZ. Hoi-'rM.xN. 14111-:sHL1:i3 51-IILLING. I.,xMxi
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PI KAPPA DELTA-Top Pic-tux-efCStar11lim1J DEWYILDE, BERNIIARDT, SCIIWI-JPPE, HARSHMAN, SHAFFER, HUNSINGER BUREK. ISHIMI
PARROTT, OLIX"ER. RAPIJ, yyOUNG, PROP. OLIX'ER.
ALPHA PSI ONIEGA-LOWEI'PiCtl1I'9iPROF. OLIVER, SHAFFER, NIACHEYVICZ, HUNSINGER, BUREK, OLIVER, DARNELL, HENNING, J. OLIVER
EFX? SURGE of voices reverberates through the upper halls ofOl 'Main. Fearinga riot, Shake-
speare dashes up the steps to room thirty-two. ii He throws open the door and cries . . .
1 ig VVhat ho! Quit you now your battle! Art thou the cause of this commotion? Thy name,
Oliver-Guy Oliver, Junior. You know my father, I think.
Bi!!-I do. A man of magnetic personality, but to the answer, lad, what do these fellows here?
Guy-Oh, we're getting ready for the Provincial Pi Kappa Delta tournament. Our chapter has
charge of it this year.
Bi!!-Pi Kappa Delta? Be this a Grecian riddle?
Guy-VVell, not exactly. This Grecian riddle is one of the largest speech organizations in the
world. I'm president of the local chapter. Last year four of us went to the National Con-
vention in Knoxville, Tennessee. I-Iunsie and I won a national trophy.
QThe dcor is suddenly thrown open, and in dashes a vivacious wenchj . . . Say, Guy, when are
they having tryouts for-Oh, sorry. I didn't know you were here, Shakespeare.
Guy-You know Marian Darnell, the president of Alpha Psi, donlt you, Bill?
Bi!!-Forsooth, we two have long been friends. Though I know not of Alpha Psi.
Dnzmlie-VVell, that's just what I wanted to see you about. Alpha Psi Omega is what You would
' have called a guild of players in your day. We are composed of Thespians of suflicient experi-
ence and are back of every dramatic production on the campus. How would you like to join
Alpha Psi Omega?
Bi!!-'Twould give me exceeding great pleasure. But what qualifications?
Dardie-Oh, forget about that, Mr. Shakespeare. You have to be in so many plays and work
backstage and all that-but all you would have to do is to come to the meetings.
Bi!!-Ah, fair damsel. I have been there. Every one of them.
Dardie-Then you know that we are behind the scenes in all the dramatic work on the campus.
VVe are putting on King Lear this year. I think it's your greatest tragedy. What a play!
VVe put on one of your plays every spring.
Bill-Indeed! But may I then extend my thanks to you and Alpha Psi. For through thy working
am I exercised. Thou doest me a good turn every spring, for then roll I o'er in m'grave.
ZOOLOGY CLUB-fFront Rowl LEE, VAN SELUS, KOLTHOFF, CHATTERTON, Sci-IULTz, GROTE, DR. EIGENBRODT. Geconfl Row? BETTS,
BABEL, REBSTOCK, PARROTT, ABBOTT, BLANC, BAUMGARTNER, BRAYTON, KAHL, BRECHEISEN, WHITE. CThirfl Row? JOHNSON, STERN. THOMP-
soN, RUSSELL, FAGER, DOMM, SWIFT, HEYDON, REULAND, BULTHOUSE, ARGUE, SI-IOCKEY, HENNING, HEIM.AN. tFaurth Rouij RITzENTHALER.
RTE!-IN, MUELLEN, BUTENHOFF, DAILY, PERUCCA, MAZZA, CiRECU, SMITH, NOLAN, BENNING, LONG, EIGENBROD'F.
TANDING in the doorway of Prof. Keeler's office in Goldspohn, Shake-
? - -
speare gazes wonderingly at a pile of graphs and charts on the desk.
He moves inside and picks one up. Shakespeare speaks . . . Imply
you that there is meaning in these curious lines?
Prqf. Keefer Clocking ell Ilze graph Shakespeare izofefrj-Yes indeed, Mr. Shakespeare.
This one happens to work out a problem ofthe logarithmic curve. U-Ie poinls
out dnferenf finer on flze eizezrt. Slzezkefpeezre wezlehes inz'enf!y.D
Slzezfeerpeezre Uooking np wifh ez bewilderedfrownl-Hold, hold! Thou hast my
brain befuddled. If this be Work of students, thy classes hold but geniuses.
Prof. Keeler Cleznghingj-Perhaps this one isn't so complicated. This is a map of
some of the constellations north of the Zodiac. I-Iere's Ursa Major and
this one is Ursa Minor. Over on this side is Pegasus.
Slzezkefpeezre Cfvreezking into ez .rnzile of reeognifionj-Ah yes, the winged steed that
struck his foot on Helicon to bring forth Hippocrene, the fountain of the
Prqf. Keeler fa Ziztle blank en llze sudden elzeznge in .vnbjeefb-Uh, yes, yes of course.
Slzezkeipeezre Cdropping Greek nzyflz as gniekfv ezi he had pifkeef il npD-VVhat noises
assault my ears? tHe goer I0 the window and Zookxr onfj
Prof. Keeler-That looks like the Zoology Club. I think they're having their
picture taken for the Spectrum.
Shezkerpeare Cwezfelzing willz interextj-Methinks I've seen their faces heretofore.
Prof. Keefer-Have you visited any of the Beta Beta Beta meetings? QShezlee.vpeare
n0d5.j That's where yOu've seen them then. The two clubs usually meet
Slzezkerpeezre-Thou hast it rightly. CHL' wezlelzer ezgezinj Those odd packages the
pictures dwell in, do amaze me.
Prqf. Keefer-VVe'll wait until they're through and then you can look at the cam-
eras closer, if you like.
Ng. vii upper Goldspohn He winds his way up the stairs pushes open the dooi and stands
S Shakespeare is strolling across the campus one evening, he was attracted by a light in
rl vw' ' ' , Z , T ' N . . . , . ,
i 'Q V - A -
3? aghast. Shakespeare speaks . . . W hat manner ot place is this?
Bob Pflziie f,Tfc'j'7,Y,f07'w!Z7YZ7, pzzzzferfj-Yyhy, hello, we weren't expecting you tonight, but what's
Shakarpeore Cpoifzliizgfrom zz rz'i.f!o1zre lo 112.9 Skefefofzx on the 1'rzb!eleThose bones, so strangely held
in place-whence came they?
Bob- Oh. These were once in a cat, and those were a chicken.
.S'lzake.vpeore-lYhy dealest thou with bones of the dead?
Bob-VVe're studying all of the biological sciences. This is just one phase of our work. To get in
our organization there are a lot of special requirements, like ten hours in biology and above
Slzokf.vpfore-By what name go ye?
Bobe Beta Beta Beta. Dr. Eigenbrodt is our advisor. Don Thompson is Vice-President. Nancy
Grote is secretary, Mary' Jane Stern historian, and Thomas Grecu is usher.
Bob- Ohfuh-I'm President-but the most interesting part of Beta Beta Beta is its widespread
men bership. W'e've had our chapter, Gamma Nu, since 1937. There are chapters in many
of our colleges in the United States, and even in China.
Shokefpeore Uookifzg o Iillfe bewifckredl-China? The place of silks, is'r not? The Portuguese,
if I recall me rightly, hold a trading place along the coast.
Bob Uouglzifzgj-I guess they did, at that.
Shoke,rpm1'e Qmoving doxer lo Ilze .vkefofons and fozzcbilzg one muliomlyj-Tell it again. What call'st
thou this Work?
Bob-It's one phase of Zoology.
Slzokeqbeare Cfforfiedj-Nay, you bandy words with me. There have been Gardens of Zoology
in the Tower since our Third Henry, but the beasts look not like these!
BETA BETAfBE'IlA - Uioatwll KOLTHOFF. JOHNSON, XVI-IITE, PROP. EIGENRRODT, filORDON, STERN,
'ITI1-IOMPSON. qStandzngJ BEYLER, DOMM, GRECU, RUSSELL. G. EIGENHRODT, GROTE. C'H.xTTERToN. Baal-LL.
sa 'M Shakespeare He speaks A most delicious banquet I prithee
a formal banquet Miss Snyder is talking with the guest of honor, Mr.
i .9 - . . .
M, . . . . . ,
do you often hold such feasts?
Min Sfvyder-I'm afraid not, Mr. Shakespeare. This is the outstanding social
event of the year for the Home Economics Club and comes but once a year.
Slzakerpmre-This display must have a purpose?
Mi.v5 Snyder-Yes indeed. It is to promote friendship within the department
and give in an informal manner the latest developments in this field. Of
course, some declare the aim is to acquire a MRS. degree.
Slzakespmre-The young man, hath he such a purpose?
HOME ECONOMICS CLUBf'Bottom Row below stepsi QUILLING DILLEN, STONE, STETZEL, BARROW, CARLSON, HILTON, TAYLOR, HEN'
NING, KALAS, VVOLF. QSecond Row on .stepsb SNYDER, ZACHMAN, LATER. QSecoml Rowh YAGER, STRAWE, CARD, ARNDT. QThird Rowj CRAIG
BARTEL, BENNETT, EHLERS. CFourth Row DONNEWORTH, SMITH, LOUNSBURY, KELLER. fFifth Rowb HAFENRICHTER, SIEWERT, E. SMITH
COLE. CSixth Ruwl EREEMEYER, NIAYER, AEGERTER, HOLLIGAN. CTop Rowl Cook, VVESSLING, J. LAIER, BAUMGARTNER, JENKS, BECKER
Mi5,r Snyder-+VVell, Mr. Stone thinks cooking is a good study for anyone getting
a bacheforlv degree. y
Shakespeare-In sooth, his foresight commends him. But who directs your stu-
dents in their many enterprises?
Mifr Snyder-Miss Quilling and I are advisors. Then We have other officers
who are elected each spring at a steak fry.
Sizakerpeczre-I fear to weary you, fair lady, with my many questionings. Tell
me but one thing more, What Wider contacts make you with other similar
Mirr Snyder-We attend the Illinois Home Economic Convention each year and-
Oh, Mr. Shakespeare, our president, Roma Jenks, is here. Home Economics
work is never done, but always in the doing!
is 8:00 in the evening. A group ofstudents, boys and girls, enter a room
in Old Main. Shakespeare sees them and says . . . Ho! VVhat have
we here? VVhat manner of function so delightful can persuade the minds
of these young gallants to enter the portals of learning outside of school hours?
Prexidenl Yoder-This is our Commerce Club, Mr. Shakespeare. VVe are all com-
merce majors or those especially interested in business.
Slzakfrpeczre-My heart is wondrous joyed to see so fine a gathering. Wlhat aim
so good and noble guides this wise assembly?
Yoder-VVe aim to romote interest in commerce and its workin s and further its
COMNIERCE CLLBfCSeatedb LEI-IR, IQELLOGG, RUSSELL, VVICKVVIRE, YODER, SIMMONS, DANA, BL.-XCKMORE, CiRANT, ESSIG, XYOUNG. GEIGER
TAILOR FLESSERT COOPER. lStanf1zngJ IXNOCHE, PARSONS, PROF. FRANTZ, KAPP, CiiIBS-ON, CRAIG, BIILLER, IQOEHLER. BENNING. BATES
RIKLI STONE DEVVILDE, STARK, RODIBAUGH, CARLSON, HIXRSHMAN, PROFESSOR ISCERR.
study, Mr. Shakespeare. Under the guidance of our advisor, Prof. Kerr, our
organization runs smoothly and efficiently.
Shczkeypeare-VVhat nature do these counsels take? Forsooth, I have an avid
interest in the proceedings.
Tubbvv-The meetings consist chiefly of informal talks given by business men
whom We bring to our campus. An open forum, in which the group as a whole
participates, follows the speaker's address. VVe have charge of one Chapel
program during the year, we also take several field trips into Chicago, which
help in our various commerce courses.
Shakespeare-But look, how now, is this food I see? Refreshments? VVe'll feast
'ere we part!
VARSITY CLUB-Qlffittmi Raw! OLIX'ER, KNOCHE, LESTER, FRESIILEY, Mazza., KAILER, OSTROTH. STREIB. DIX'INE, DAILEY. XIODER,
Mfimzifl Rum STARR, KRUEGER, ToMI-KINS, BETTINGER, STANGER, STONE, CIEIGER, LIMBREIT, SIMMONS, H. SMITH, fThz'rfl Rau- .vtfznfliuyy
NVENIJLING, HUKE, CIIBSON, SI1ENcER, IIEFFLER, ANDERSON, BATES, SHATZER, JUHNKE, HENNING, BRECHEISEN, SCIHIENQEL, ARLEN, SCIUTO.
tliark Ruud XVHITE, BOEREL, SIIAFFER, GRAMBSCH, BOETTCHER.
EORGE STANGER, president ofthe Varsity Club, honors the Bard of
Avon with an invitation to attend the usually secret initiation of new
I members. Shakespeare inquires . . . An initiation? Could I not be
among the initiates?
George-VVell, you might some time, but you have to win a major or minor letter in
some varsity sport, first.
S'hazke.vpeare-Oh, I fear that can never be. A ghost would be of no avail on a field
Cooper CinterruptingjeVVhy, Bill, haven't you ever heard of the Gallopitg Ghost?
Ge0rge+Listen, Coop, you let Bettinger and me take care of Bill, you just record the
conversation and see that it gets into our next issue of "The Sportscastf'
S!zzzke.rpea1'ef'lThe Sportscast ?"
Belly-Yep! We started a paper this year to help get prospective athletes to come
George-And don't forget, it stimulates and maintains interest amorg the alumiii,
.S'!m!re.vpmre-Stich activity bespeaks seemly Well for the club.
Belly-Oh, We have quite an active organization, you ought to come up to our club
room some time.
C000-Don't forget our banquet in the fall. That's one ofthe real social events of
the season, and don't let anyone tell you different.
.S'lzczfre.fpmre-Triily a strange mixture, in my day, athletes had not so man y talents
nor had they such importance.
G607g6+0L1F club strives to have high grades among its members. Even though
they are out for sports, they Find time to do good work scholastically. Maybe
that accounts for it.
IS'!zzzke.rpmrc'-Although I may not become one of this youthful grcup in search of
physical prowess, at least I shall have the enjoyment which comes from seeing
. HREE people seated in a green Ford convertible coupe come down the
iiispgr gl hill in front of Merner Fieldhouse. As the car stops, they get out. Two
women are accompanied by a man in gallant fashion.
Shakexpmre-VVho are yonder damsels sporting on the green?
Mir: Tezmzer-Thcse are soccer teams playing off a tournament game of the
Women's Athletic Association. Do you want to go over and watch them for
Shozke.tpecz1'e-'Fair ladies, methinks the journey too dangerous.
Mffffl' and Tczmzer-Dangerous?
Marci-This is the twentieth century, VVilly. There isn't any danger.
Shalzerpemfe-Ah, but see you not those yeomen in women's garb on yonder green?
See-they wave their bows and shout. One moment and we shall be dead.
Tamzer-Oh, no. They won't shoot us-they have a hard enough time hitting the
target and we're even srraller than that.
Ma1'ci-Sure, you got them all wrong, boy. They're just glad to see us.
Sfzczkefpeczre Cpoifzfirzg I0 .tower pfayerxl-VVhat troubles yonder group of damsels?
They fight amongst themselves.
Zblarci-Relax, VVilly. They're not lighting. Theylre just all after the same little
Shakespeare-Ah, but when two or more women pursue the same object, trouble
Iliarci-Perhaps we could show Shakespeare the ping pong room and the girls in
Shakarpeare-The maidens End activities aplenty to keep them well occupied, I see.
Be they all under thy auspices?
Jlfiu Tanner-Yes, we have a lot more, such as hiking, tennis, golf, volley ball,
bowling, and baseball, coming at different seasons.
Zbfarci-The VV. A. A. does a lot. You should be here in spring when we have a
Shakespeare-A May Pete tool VVould you want a play for your revels? Much
material have I gathered from your campus for my play.
XV.A.A. CBottom Rozvh TAX'LOR, ZACHMAN, STAHL, DAX'IS, KRUG, ARLEN, XYAN SELUS. r,Semnrl Rmrl KOTTKE, J. H.-XTCH. XYEssL1NG, RAECHEH
GREB, HUBMER, DARNELL, ATT1G,M1LLER,.-XBBOTT, HALL, LOCKE. OLIVER. KTM1-fl Rumi BIILLBERGER, J. LAIER, NELSON. C. LAIEH
GL.-XDING, RTAYER, SWIFT, PONTIUS, F. HATCH, TANNER, BRAYTON, SCHVVANDT, RIEDAL, COVERT, KELLOGG. tTup Hou-J SCHMIDT, JOHNSON
BARTLING, FAUST, RICHERT, SETH, SCHALLER, ISTOLTHOFF, RIKLI, SPIEGLER, CHAT1'ERTON, AUGUSTINE, HEISER. KOCH,
PI GAMMA MU-CStandingJ DEABLER, FRANTZ, KUEBLER, STREIB, OSTERLAND, HERKNEII, QSeatedJ HEINMILLER, RUSSELL, WOLF, SNYDEP.,
EETING Frank Huke in Old Main, Shakespeare, intrigued by the gold
Q charm dangling from his watch chain, stops him and says . . . Prithee,
, S Where can one buy so charming an ornament?
Frank-You canlt buy one, itls given.
Shakexpeczre-True? To whom must I apply?
Frank-Prof. Hower's the man, but I can tell you all about it.
Frank-Well, you have to be here two years. A Junior's grade point must be
2.65 and a Senior's 2.5.
Shakespeare-Rules of such a nature are beyond me. ls this the symbol of some
Frank-VVhy, yes, NCC Honors Society. But here comes Ken Kruger.
Kruger-Hi Frank! Hello, Mr. Shakespeare! Say, we missed you at our Pi Gamma
Mu meeting, Shakespeare. The students are really enthusiastic. VVe just
organized, too. lt's good to see so many majoring in social science and with
high grades, too. Makes me Want to help put the club across.
Slmkefpeare-Sciences of all kinds are needful to mankind. May the clubs prosper
and do man the good he needs.
N. C. C. HONOR SOCIETY- CStandingJ HUKE, REIBEL, HIEBER, SCAGLIOLA. LSeater1b THOMPSON, FRANTZ, KoTEN, DE.-IBLER. lNew
Membm-SJ VIRGINIA NELSON, ROBERT WHITE, MILDREIJ REBsTocK, EDWARD EBERIIARDT, DORTHY PEGG.
N original manuscript has just been read at a meeting of Sigma-'1Tau Delta.
Mr. Shakespeare speaks . . . Methinks this is wondrous fair writing,
' ' even though the language be not like that in my day, thoughts of eternal
truth remain the same. Do you gather for the love of good writing and to discuss
one another's virtues as writers?
Mii'5 Wifevx'-Wlhyf, yes, Mr. Shakespeare. Those are exactly our aims. How could
Shakexpeare-Fair lady, purposes of writing never change. True lovers of literature
will always meet together. But wouldst thou tell me how thy members are
Zlfisr Wilevii-Of course, they must be English majors, have an active interest in
writing, and make a grade of B or better in all scholastic work.
Shakavpmre-Ruliiigs of most noble device! Methinks I would hear another
SIGMA TAU DELTA-fSeatedb K. GUSTAFSON, V. FARLEY, D. Os'rRo'rH, Prior. E. WILEY, V. NELSON, D. Paco,
M. A. LAMBRECHT, D. KOCH. LS!rznding7 C. BROWN, C. ERFFMEYER, J. BIAYER, M. KOTTKE, J. HENKE, S. LENZNER,
Maqif Alia' Lambrerlzt-I think you'll like this one. It's a poem by Bill VVagner
called "Contrast", Incidentally, it was in the last issue of the national publica-
tion of our fraternity, the Recmngfe. It's quite an honor to have anything
published in this magazine. I'll read it to you.
O, Frisco was a strumpet San Francisco is a lady
With wind-blown locks astray, VVho sits composed and still,
Calling wild hearts to her Smiling gracious welcome
From half the world away, From her mansion on the hill,
Dancing by the water-front, But sometimes in the evenings,
Gold nuggets in both hands, VVhen the fogs come from the sea,
Luring with her painted smile Does the lady dream, I wonder,
The lads of many lands. Of the wench she used to be?
l think this is strange but believe it or not the writer of this bit of copy is a typewriter
.I 1 J unmanned by human hands. I don t see why you who use me should think that I have
no power to operate myself, and just to show you skeptics, I'm going to write down every word
that is spoken in this office during the next five minutes.
The editor, Paul I-Iunsinger, is sitting over there with his feet cocked up on the desk, drinking
tea and reading copy. Dale Harshman, the business manager, is crouched at his desk, adding
up figures and checking accounts. He's always dashing in and out and talking about money.
A knock is heard at the door.
Harshman goes to the door, "Who is it?"
YPEVVRITERS have souls and brains and the power to operate themselves. You may
Voice-It's me, Beyler. How about it? Do you want some pictures taken?
Humie-Oh, hiya Rog! Get the camera and go down to the fieldhouse and shoot some of the track
Clzuefe Dezifev-VVait a minute! You ain't goin' ta shoot anybody without me knowing about it!
Rog-OK, Chuck, you and Russ come along with me. Are you coming down, Hunsie?
Hzmfie-No, I gotta stay here. Bob Divine's the sports editor, he knows what we want to take.
Rog-OK. Kastner's going to take a couple pictures, too. I'll be back at four. Hiya Gus! Ya
Humie-Hello, ma gooda franda meesta Gustafson!
Gm-Hello, ma fran'! How goes it? Hey, got the proofs of the sketches back yet?
Humie-Over there on the table. Boy, those are beauties in the class section and the division
pages are even better. QDoor opens ezgezimj Hi kids!
Howie-Hi Kate, what is this-a clan meeting ofthe Gustafsons? Why do I have to have a Gustaf-
son for art editor and one for copy editor, too?
Kale-Oh, say, we're having a meeting of the copywriters here at four. Is that all right with you?
CTl1e door j5'ie5 open or gf pushed by lhe norllz wind-andj
Hezrflzmezn-AAAh, you, you, you say you're having a meeting of the copywriters here at four?
Kale-Sure, Harshman, why?
Harxlzman-Well, we're having a business staHf meeting at the same time. How many have you
got in the copywriters?
Kale-Well, there's Shirley Lenzner, Muriel Kottke, Dee Keller, Charlotte Brown, Mary Alice
Lambrecht, Elaine Menich, Mary Jane Greb, Jean Mayer, Jayne Babel, Emily Millberger,
and Lorraine Hochsprung. How many are on the business staff?
Harrlzmafz-Oh, we've got Margaret Rott, Assistant Publisher, Pat Taylor, Elaine Menich, Paul
Harshman, Elmer Pielet, June Hatch, Guy Wickwire, Art Kennedy, Herman Walck, Jim
Huntoon, Bob Welty and myself. You can work at the desk and we'll work here.
Tabby Yoder Cefzlering wilh eoke bottfe in hand!-Hiya beautiful!
Hmzsie-Hiya Tubby, get me a coke, too, will ya? Hello, Sally, how,s my little assistant editor?
VVill you see Ted Muellen and Marian Darnell and ask them to come down?
Sfzlfy-OK. Kellie wants to know if there is any copy to type. VVhat shall I tell her? She's on the
Tabby-Kind of uncomfortable, isn't it?
Howie-Yea, tell her Kate has about ten pieces to be typed. And while you're on the phone,
call Jahn and Ollier and ask them if they sent the plates to Rogers yet . . . Here, does this
sound Shakespearean . . . VVhere's the layout dummy . . . Now, you gO to Kr0eh1CfS
and get their ad . . . How many pictures did you want . . . Where's that copy for sports
. . . VVanta coke . . . VVhere's my girl friend!!!
My live minutes are up-I stop writing-I'm only a machine, again.
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OLLEGF DAY: 'Tis now the time for demonstrations and horseplay . . .
LXQQ ' Methinks this Yahoody to also be a ghost . . . Chairman Yoder, rest.
Thy duties o'er . . . Campus picnic, with ants and all . . . Attend,
m'lordsl King Gillogly and Queen Groves approach the throne . . . Hmmm,
court dancers . . . Hail to the Queen-to-be, Lady Irene Thornton . . . A human
carpet to the throne . . . Court Jesters . . . The King is Dead . . . Long Live
King Riebel . . . A motley, riotous crew . , . The Senior Swan Song . . . Ah,
the play's the thing wherein I'll entertain a king.
OMECOMING: Old grads return with pride . . . The tlag's unfurled to
' the trumpet's call . . . Chairman Divine on bended knee . . . The
'i,, v,i Freshman-Sophomore Autumn Ball . . , Fair maidens foot it gently
. . , House of Stauss, to the cleaners! . . . With horns, music, floats and cheers
there cometh the festival parade . . . Hail to the winner, Sir Vllingert Knight of
the Mustache . . . Squire Shaffer in midfield . . . Around this festal table a
rare assemblage dined . . The fashion is of days of yore . . . Hold, woman,
lash not with thy tongue . . . W'hat characters are here we know: are not as
Pure As the Driven Snow.
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occasion . . . Up the stair, O lightly trip . . . Ah, here are they who dine in style,
f7iJ ",,,3 come, come, Sir Bruce, canst not thou smile? . . . Wlarble larks! Break forth in song . .
And when he oped his mouth to speak the fools were silent . . . Now, that reminds me , . ,
With sawing of the air and Words she thus did speak her part . . . There he sits and runs his
lingers o'er the strings till they do catch a tune . . . Continue thou to laugh and dineg
A rhyme we need for this last line.
OLLEGE PARTIES-The nite ol carousal has ended, a yaWn,then inquiry o' the time,
Lxigy rioters depart . . . Food have We, and now for a place to sit . . . Dancers of the
fantasy . . . A cinematical party is o'er, homeward are they bound . . . Yon vaga-
bonds are bound by Walls of brick . . . They say it was a lady hidden by a beard . . . Now,
Mammy Yokum can't, but Daisy Mae . . . Alas, sirrah, art thou sceptical of the hat or what
is there beneath? . . . Voices blend in song's enchantment . . . Ah, it stirs my heart to see,
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ly' ,A with heroine and hero . . . Disdain and haughty glances . . . This villain and his
cohort are up to some line trickery '... Love on a ladder in a play of great simplicity and beauty
. . . The Gibbses and the YYehbs in imaginary homes . . . The Stage Manager and Prof. share
a secret . . . There he staggers clown the street . . . The children watch as the stars shine
down, On the Senior production of "Our Town."
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HE dyed leaves of the autumn foliage rustle in the breeze that hints of
: ,ill colder winds. Shakespeare, reveling in the glories of the fall season, has
strolled along the roaring DuPage. The sounds of the autumn woods are
being mixed with the sound of human voices yelling "We want a touchdown!! VVe
want a touchdownllln Shakespeare speaks . . . Forsooth, what be these strange
murmurings? Methinks I will search out the cause.
fVoices growing louderj . . . We want a touchdown . . . VVe want a touch-
.S'lzczke.rpem'e Cclimbifzg over the b!mcizer.rjGreetings, my exhilarated friend. VVhat
goes on here?
Divine-Hiya, Bill. This is the last home game of the year. Join in the cheers.
Shakwpeare-But what be yon stalwart lads knocking one another about for?
Divine'-Oh, yeah. Maybe you don't understand. This is football. Come on, I'll
take you down to the players' bench. CThey push themselves through the
Shakespeare-This sport doth seem most energetic to me. Who be the contestants?
Divine-The fellows out there in the red and grey are our men and the gold and
brown are the men from Valparaiso.
Sizalzespemf-Then two schools are represented here.
Divine-Sure, we have played six colleges already. Cpicking up Ilze score 50010
Here are the results if you care to see them.
Shakespeare looks in the book to see the following records.
FOOTBALL CSeatedJ FERINGTON DAILEY JUDSON NOX'ATNX', SCUITO, BONNE, LESTER, LONG, WHITE CSeconrl Raul PIBSON EISHOP
W 1 1 1 -
SHATZER, HOUDEN, ANDERSON, RIEBEL, JUHNKE, GRAMBSCH, BOETTCHER, SCHMIDT, FERCH. CThzrd Raul MEESE NI r Coixcu IEBER
NELSON, PELLING, RODIBAUGH, DOUGLAS, SMITH, SCHENDEL, SPENCER, NICHOLSON, SHAE1-SER, COACH FISHER
Elmhurst .... O N.C. .
Wheaton ..... 13 N.C. .... .
Concordia .... 13 NC. .... .
Augustana . . .20 N.C. .A . . .
Lake Forest N20 N.C. ....
Millikin ....,. '25 N.C. .... .
Valparaiso . . . 6 N.C. . . .
VVon -L, Lost 3.
Coach, Gordon R. Fisher.
Asst. Coach, Charles L. Bieber.
Manager, Clinton Meese CSophJ
As the team comes back for the second half, Shakespeare moves closer to Coach
Fisher who calls . . . Oh, Bill, Bill, come here. Coach busies himself watching
the men on the field and speaks without looking . . . Now, look, Bill, this halt'
FRESHMEN TEAIXI-QBuitum Rau-D COACH DEROO, TARBOX. PLAUNT, PERUCCA, JACOB, DERANGO, HEINRICH. ALLEN F
NIOHIN. f.1Iinlfllr'RmvJ COLE, GRENNER, SHOCKEY, THOMPSON, GEIER, WEIER, RICLEAN, RADIC. CTop Ruwl BIILHULKA, LEFEVRE
BERGER, IQOLB, ALLEN G., SMITH, THORNE.
I want you to go out there and watch the . . . Cturning to see Shakespearej Oh,
sorry, thought I was talking to Shatzer.
S!zczkeJpea1'eeNo, I am only the ghost of Shakespeare.
Coach-VVell, I'll be darned. Youlre Shakespeare, say just what relation were you
to that man who played for Notre Dame?
Shrzkespmre-I know not of whom you speak, but tell me more of this game of
Coach-VVell, I'm sorry, but I can't right now. The game will go on in a few
minutes and I'll be rather busy. I-Ierels Clayton Meese, the manager, he'll
talk to you and tell you something about the boys.
Slzrzleerpeare-How doth my boy? Who is this man Shatzer that your coach spoke
flleese--VVell, he's just about the best player on the team, he's what you'd call a
one man team in any sport. Then there's Riebel, the captain, who plays a
good, consistent game, Bishop there and Lester are darn good men in the
Slz:zke.fpmrf-But, the elemental First lad. Prithee, the object of the game?
!U'ee.ve-Don't you even know that much about it? VVhy, even the Freshman team
could tell that.
Sfzalfefpeare-Wlhere be this team of which you speak?
1116556-WIell, here's a picture of them that we took before practice one night,
there they are sitting on the bleachers with their coach, Bob DeRoo. Don
Jacobs is holding the ball.
Sizake.vpea1'e-Ah, methinks I'll not of this sport, 'tis far too rough for me.
VARSITY BASKETBALL-fSeaf1'rI5 SMITH, LESTER, LIMBREIT, BETTINGER, ANDERSON, NOX'ATNX', FAUST. Cstflllflflyl COACH BIEBER
SHATZER, JENSEN, YVEDVVORTI-I. BATES, BREHEISEN, MGR. LoNo.
W9 OIVIING into the locker rooms, the basketball fellows are sur rised to hear
5 Neil, . . , . . .
XHZQ? shouts and pounding in someone s locker. Rushing to investigate, they
XM find the noise issuing from Bettinger's locker. Upon opening it, a man
Beifingef .vpeczlzr . . . My gosh, what's this?
Shakespeare-Cbreathing heavilyj Fear not, gentlemen. I am but the ghost of
Shakespeare. 'Tis difficult for even a ghost to be confined all night within
such a small compartment.
Bates-Are you all right? Guess I better take you over to see VValt Erbele, the
trainer. I-Ie can fix you up.
Shakespeare-Nay, I shall soon be my ghostly self again.
Umbrei!-Say, Shakespeare, I-Iow did you ever get into that locker?
Shazkefpeare-The curiosity of a man often leads him astray. The 'quippage of
thy leader intrigued me and in his haste, he saw me not, and thus was my
Chuck Fault-VVould you like to come out on the floor and watch our practice?
You could meet the coach, too.
Slzfzkespmre-'Tis an idea. It seems that sports be an active part in this age. So
to make my play complete I must write of thine sporting feat. Lead away!
CThey go to the basketball Hoor where Shakespeare meets Coach Len Beiberj
Beiber rpmkr . . . Say, we're awfully glad to see you.
Com'on sit down here and I'll be able to tell you something about the team
while they practice.
Shzzkefpnzre-'Tis good. But who be that tall, gangling youth? His throwing
seems of the best.
Bieber-He's Jim Bates. He's high point man and only a sophomore, too. You
know Bettinger, the captain. He's the cleverest ball handler on the squad and
as light as "down" on his feet. VVe sure hate to lose him this year.
Slzakerpmre-VVho is the handsome youth beneath the fish net hanging from the
Bieber-That's VVedsworth. He makes good use of his height. That hoop and
hsh net is called a basket.
Slzakerpeare-CTaking out his notebook and padj Thank you, I shall comment on
it in the next play. A fish net that catches nothing.
Bieber-See that fellow there? That's Harry Smith, one of our best guards. Good
Shakespeare-Oh, yes. There he is, my would be name sake, thy own Bill, Bill
Shatzer. And Sir Anderson too. Is there nothing beyond the versatility of
Bieber-And down there are Lester and Umbreit passing the old apple around.
Shakespeare-Old apple? Old Apple? Creaching for notebookl.
Biebfr-There are the freshmen on the other end of the Held. Bob DeRoo coaches
them. There's Radic, Pielet, Tuck, Russell, Cole, Jacobs, Tarbox, Buholz,
Mast and others. All good material for next years squad.
Shazkfrpeare-Look, kind Bieber, who be that person there that carries towels and
equipment. Is he ia serving man?
Biebrr-Yes, guess you would call him that. He's Long.
Slzczkexpeare-How say you now. He is not so long as wide.
The name ill Hts the youth. VVho is the other servant there.
Bieber-Look, Bill, those are managers, not servants. He is Savage.
Shakerpeare-Gazooks, 'tis very strange, thy names do least befit their owners,
I'll see thee anon.
FRESHMEN BASKETBALL-CStam1i'ngl DERoo, PIELET, CIOLE, TUCK, RUSSELL, S.u'Ac.E, G Po
BUHOLZ, REBSTOCK, MAST.
Aurora College . ..,.. 24 N.C. . . . . . . .57
Concordia ,.... ...,. 5 2 N.C. ...55
Illinois Tech .... ..... 3 0 Nc. .... A... 3 2
Chicago Uni. . ...,. 45 Nc. ... ...se
Augustana ..... 37 NC. .... ,.4, 4 3
M11111n1n ..... 52 NC. ....41
wnnnnnn .. -27 N.C. ....41
cnnn11 ..... ...zz N.C. ....45
Augustana .... ..... 5 6 NC. .... .... 5 4
Lake Forest ..... 34 Nc. .... .... 4 32
VVheaton .... ..... 4 8 N.C. .... .... 7 1
Illinois Tech .. ...Qs NC. .... ....s5
M11111nn .. ..... 52 N.C. .... ...44
Lake Pnl-nnf ..... 55 Nc. .... ....4se
Illinois VVe5leyan ..... 53 NC. .... .... -l 3
SPQRTS PICTURE OF THE YEAR UBUDDIESU
This picturp was taken before the NVl1G2.ll0I1 g:11111.'. QEVPI1 the- 1111111 111 ilu: stripe-vl
shirt looks skeptic-al about the whole fl1i11,s:.J
OUTDOOR TRACK SQUADhfxSmmlingJ COACH FISHER, HOESCI-I. HENNING, BATES, SHATZER, HUKE, :XRLEN, Clfneelingl
RIEBEL, SPENCER, PRESTON, SCI-IENDEL, HERBEN. wmztwib RIAZZA, HAYDEN. STARK, SAVILLE, CAPT. DIVINE, XYEIGHT,
INDOOR TRACK SQUAD-iTrip RlIIl'l4lxIAZZA, HOUDEN, FLESSEET, MGR. Qllirlrlle Ruirl COACH FISHE'ii,.XSCHMITZ, RIEBEL,
BEAMS, DAILEY, CiOETZ. Clintlum Ruzvl SPENCER, ST.-XNGER, STARK, IARLEN, CO-CAPT, SCI-IENDEL, DIX'INE,' STONE.
47 R I purchased a new chair for the office has dropped in to test the chair and
s " compare its merits with the Spectrum s favorite chair. During the course
of the test the Bard has slipped into the arms of Morpheus and is sound asleep.
A few minutes later his rest is disturbed by the hesitant pecking of a typewriter.
Through halfopened eyes he sees Chuck Dailey. Shakespeare sleepily speaks . . .
Oh, ho hum. How now, what doth thou my fellow writer?
Dailey-I'm writing a preview of the track season.
ILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, hearing that the College Chronicle had
Shakespeare- A preview of that which has not come to pass? How can that be?
Is it not a gamble.
Dailey-VVell, yes it is. Say lissen Bill would you like to place a little wager on the
Slzakexpeare-Fine. But mayhaps it would be best if1 did first observe the athletes
Dczifey-O.K. Come on down to the fieldhouse with me. CThe pair walk down to the
fieldhouse and on the way over take F. VV. Umbreit.D
Sizalzespeare rpeakx . . . Are not you the financial wizard of this institution?
Umbreil-VVell, I'm the college treasurer, if thats what you mean. Are you going
to the Heldhouse?
Shakefpeczre-Yes. This young man must leave me so, perhaps we can go together.
Umbreil-This is a fine building we have here. Valued at S500,000 today. Costs
about 51,000 a month for maintenance, but its worth it. See, theres some ofthe
boys practising now. Come on, Shakespeare, welll go down on the track.
CBill and Umbiewalk down the track conversing about the athletes, completely
oblivious to the cries of "Trackl TRACK! TRACK! I" Three dash men speed
toward them and the older men show great agility in removing themselves from the
path of Hying spikes.D
Slzakefpeare-Ods Bodkins. VVho were those human thunderbolts?
Umbie-QPanting slightlyb Those were some ofthe dash men. But look over there.
See those two vaulters? Those are VVhite and Preston. Two ofthe best.
Shczkexpmre-But who is that graceful hgure who keeps running about in circles?
Umbie-Oh. That's Schendel our star miler.
Slzakefpeare-Do these boys run only around this little track? Methinks it would
Umbie-Oh, no. They have an outdoor track too. And say, Shakespeare, this is
no little track. One ofthe biggest and best in the country.
Shaleerpefzre-Hmm. Such a track should breed good athletes.
Umbie-VVell. It does. You come with me into the coaches oHice and I'll get you
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OUTDOOR TRACK-ARLEN, SCHENDEL, DIVXNE, BATES, HUKE, STARK, SAVILLE, HENNING.
INDOOR TRACIi+RIEBEL, STONE, SCHMITZ, .ARLEN, CO-CAPTJ, Cofxcu Frsr-IEE, WHITE, CO-CAPT., SPENCER.
MBREIT and Shakespeare enter Coach Fisher's oHice and get the score
ffl book from the secretary. Umbie speaks . . . Now, here we are Mr.
,E 4? Shakespeare. These statistics will show just how good our men are.
These are the iigures for the outdoor and indoor track season. Read them . . .
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OUTDOOR TRACK MEETS: 1940
University of Chicago ....,
Triangular Meet ....
QElmhurst, VVhitewater, N.C.C.5
DeKalb ..... .
Beloit Relays . . .
Elmhurst Invitational . .
Milwaukee Quadrangular . ,
Ill. College Conference Meet . . .
INDOOR TRACK MEETS: 1941
Illinois Tech ...,. .
University of Chicago . . North Central
Milwaukee State Teachers . . North Central
Loyola University . . North Central
Midwest Intercollegiate .
Ill. Tech. Relays . . .
Indoor Quadrangle .
Chicago Relays .
North Central: 642 Opponents: 665
. North Central First with 124 Points
North Central: 49.0 Opponents: 77 0
North Central Third with 325 Points
North Central Third with 205 Points
North Central Second with 745 Points
North Central First with 51 Points
North Central Third with 255 Points
North Central Sixth
North Central Third
Mile Relays N. C. C. Third
the sport of kings At the court he hnds some trouble getting a court as six men in white
. Y' are practising lor a match the next day. Bill looks longingly at the new courts, as yet
unfinished, then turns back to the group. The racketeers have gathered about Coach Keeler
for a little lecture on some of the fundamentals of the game. Coach is talking as Shakespeare
draws close enough to hear . . . Now, Boys. Our season is almost over. Wle play Wheaton
.SXERCISE is necessary even for ghosts, and so our friend Bill borrows a racket to play
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tomorrow and so far our record has been very good. We've won -1, tied 2, and lost 2. Evert here
was the runner-up in the State Singles Tourrarrent. Dexheimer and Evert were runners-up in
the doubles in the State Tournament. Next year we should have a championship team. Jack
is only a freshnian, his brother will be here and there are some other good boys coming up.
Shakespeare has moved over to the group and stands beside Shaffer listening. The pho-
tographer for the Spectrum has set up his caneera and calls . Hold it, please . . . CClickj
. . . The picture is taken. Shakespeare, being transparent does not show in the picture, but
he is there, b'gosh, he's there.
TENNIS-CFirst Howl LEFFLER, ROHRS. QSQCOUII Rau-3 SHAFFER, DEXHEIMER, J. EVERT, EBERHARDT, P. FRESHLEY. MGR.
BASEBALL-QStandingJ EBERSOLE, MGR., DAILEY, Assr. MGR., SHATZER, RUSSELL, GEIGER, Brsnov, ANDERSON,
S. BENNING, PILLOTTE, COACH YOUNG. weatedb LONG, BICIQINLEY, SMITH, HAX'DEN, SCHROEDER, COOPER,GABEL,
N the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts
And though not young, the Bard is drawn by an irresistible
ball field. It is College day, and as he strolls onto the field he
Whassaa Keed? Lehmee hahhmm boy.
Shakespeare-Pardon me, what did you say?
The noise continues . . . Hahhm Jackie, Heevemmm in Billy
force to the
hears . . .
Shakexpeare-Egad, this is a strange noise. I'll talk to this one in private. Come
sir. Your name?
Noire-COOPER, Don Cooper ofthe Aurora Coopers,andI'll have you know I'm
one of the best ball players in the country.
Shakespeare-Well, I'm Bill Shakespeare, one of the best scribes in this country.
Coop.-Reporter, eh. Lissen Buddy, I'll be with you right after this inning, I'll
give you a private interview. Hows that?
Shakerpmre-I shall wait by yon bench. VVill you be there anon?
Coop-Sure. Just wait till I show these babies from VVheaton my hidden ball
trick, and I'll be over. I-Ieavemmm to 'em Bill boy.
Shakespeare goes over to the bench to wait. The kid watches Shatzer fan the
last man and comes over.
Coop-There, didja see that? That's what I call real baseball. Well, what do you
want to know about me?
Shakespeare-Tell me. How many games hast thou won?
Coop-VVon four and lost three so far, what more, we are going to take these boys
today. Got a bet on that we finish with 7 wins and 5 losses.
Shakespeare-But, tell me kind sir. VVhat are those other men doing out there
on the green swarth when thou art there?
Coop-Auxiliaries, just auxiliaries. In case I get hurt. VVell, I'm up, fellow, watch
me knock the old apple over the fence.
CShakespeare watches as the kid goes to bat. Then looks at the blue sky, the
green trees, the birds, sniffs the Spring air and says . . . Its a beautiful day in
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ON Ostroth comes out of Goldspohn to find Shakespeare sitting with
his back to the pillars patiently waiting for him. Shakespeare speaks
, "N AL . . . Dost thou know why I have thus waited for thee? I need to find
some material on thy swimming club. VVhat next would I do?
D012-VVell, taking past experience as a criterion, you will now inquire about the
Dolphins. Thatls what you have been doing for the past one hundred pages.
5'fzafze.vpeare-Yes, please tell me of thy club as we stroll to the pool.
D012-The Dolphin Club is a national fraternity that is limited to swimmers and
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DOLPHIN FRATERNITYsfStam1inyJ ENZINNA, YOUNG, TQING, KRUEGER, DAILY, VVHITE, DAILEY, KOEI-ILI-JR,
BEYLER. KSMIMIJ MUELLEN, OLIVER, HENNING, STREIB, SCUITO OSTROTH.
those interested. The purpose is to interest the community in swimming and
encourage excellence in that sport.
Shakespeare-Art thou the president?
D011-No, Hal Henning is president. This year a very successful water carnival was
staged with the cooperation of the VV.A.A. The Dolphins also sponsored
CThe mortal and the immortal have reached the field house. Don goes to the
locker room and Shakespeare enters the poo! room lj
522- N!! N the pool room Shakespeare watches the swimmers. He is startled as
9 he hears a resounding splash and water strikes his face He wipes the
MSI 'X element away and asks . . . Be this a tidal wave or a whale spouting?
Scuito-That ain't either. That's only Yoder entering the water.
Shake.vpearekOds Bodkins, he should not dive, but be launched. W'ho flails the
water there while lying on his back?
Pele Enzimzzz-That's Henning. Hey, Hal. a guy wants ta' see ya'.
SWIMMING TEAM-CTop Ramp Sci-IROEDER, Assr. MGR., HENNING, CAPT., IQOEHLER, ISIING, IXIGR. tlliflrlle Rowh IQEUEGER, SCIUTO
IVHITE, IXIUELLEN, DAILY. CButtunL Row? STREIB, ENZINNA, OLIVER, OSTRO'1'H, BEX'LER, YOUNG.
Shakexpeare-Tell me, sir, about thy swimming teams.
Henning-VVell, our season wasn't so bad. VVe lost by small margins to much
bigger schools. VVe won the Conference Meet, and our relay team won the
conference trophy. Your friend, Ostroth, is the Conference diving champ.
Shakespeare-Ah, yes, but I have some indictments against you. CSearching for
his notes.D Ah, here they are! Now, sir, answer me. Is it not true that you
are an Olympic swimmer, Central AAU record holder, and national figure in
the aquatic world.
Henning-Yeah, I guess so. Pardon me, there's Jean.
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COLLEY, WATER BALLET.
HILE watching the
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Shakespeare, happens onto a
wet spot near the edge of the
pool. Losing his balance, he
falls headlong into the water
with a resounding splash, and
yells . . . Help! Help! Cln
answer to his cries, a slim
GIRLS TENNIS 'TEARI-'CAROLINE DOMM, LAVERNE PETERS, RIARGARET CRAIG, JEAN LAIER, Miss
TANNER. fFrunt Rowb LEONA COVER, ROMA JENKS, ALICE THIES.
and agile mermaid comes to his rescue.D
Mkfrmaid-Here, Mr. Shakespeare, grab my hand! l'll tow you to the steps so you can climb up.
Shakerpemfe-Ah, beautiful mermaid-to be rescued by one so fair indeed makes up for my sad
calamity. Prithee what is thy name?
Zllermaia'-l am Jeanette Colley.
Slzczkerpeare-Ah, yes, your fame has travelled far. Methinks l have heard of your swimming
and your skill.
?'ecmelle Collfy-Thank you, Mr. Shakespeare, and now, while you dry your clothes, we will
put on our water ballet for you to see. This is made up of the girls in the swimming class.
INDIVIDUAL SPORTS WINNERS-MABEL HAMMERSMITH, NORMA
Ixoifri-iorr, LEONA COVERT, DIARY .ARLEN.
Shakespeare-Cshivering and commentingj Sssuch
ppprecision, sssuch skkkill!
7earzeffe Coffey-VVhy don't you go out in the sun
to dry and see the varisty tennis team. Here,
meet their coach, Miss Tanner.
bliss Tanner-You are just in time, Mr. Shakespeare,
I am just going to give instructions.
Sizfzkerpmre-ls this played for pure joy, or does this
group have tournaments and -iousts with other
Caroline Domm-VVe have both intramural and inter-
scholastic tournaments. VVe make the varsity
through the intramural tournaments, and then
play in the others.
Shazkeypmre-The scores, how do they run? Do you
Carofifze-VVell, we played VVheaton, Aurora, Elm-
hurst, Millikin, and Chicago Teachers and won
over half' of the meets.
Slzczkespmre-Ah, a comely group are these. Clooking
at the individual winners.D
Mabel Hczmmermzilh- Say, Bill, I heard you were
afraid I'd shoot you with my bow and arrow the
other day. VVell, have no fear, we're accurate
shots. Meet the girls! They are champions in
these sportsf shown by their equipment.
PIN AND LETTER-CTop Pictu:-eh KOLTOFF, OLIVER, TVIEDAL, MILLBERGER, LocKE, J
LAIER, MILLER, C. LAIER, KOTTKE.
ul?-AISKETBALL CHAMPS-CMiddIe Picturej YAGER, MILLER, E. RAECKEH, LocKE, COVERT
BOARD OF CONTROL-CBottom Picturej J. LAIER, HERKNER, LocKE, KoL'roF1-1, HAEEN-
RICIITER, MEDAL, COACH TANNER. Cl-Zottom Rowj R. FAUBT, DARNELL KOTTKE, MILLER,
C. LAIER, RICKERT.
PSTAIRS in Nichols Hall, Shake-
4 7,510 " speare in his wanderings comes upon
1, QQ? a group of proud looking damsels.
Slzakexpmre-CAside.j VVhat can be the joy of
these fair women, I wonder. My heart
takes courage to ask one of them. QAd-
dressing Eleanor Locke.j
Damsel who are you, and why smile you
Eleanor Locke-VVe have succeeded in winning
our VV.A.A. pins and letters after years of
hard work, that is why we are happy.
Shozleerpeare-To be sure! How many long
years has it taken to win such an award?
Eleanor Locke-That all depends, Mr. Shake-
speare. VVe have a certain number of
required hours of team and individual
sports, and as soon as we work them in,
we are eligible for a letter. You see, here
we have the victorious basketball team-
the Seniors. They won only by a long,
hard Fight. These practices all count
toward their letters if they do not already
Sliakespmre-VVhat, pray, is this other group
of lassies seated here?
Efeamore Lorke-That is the VV.A.A. Board of
Control. It is made up of all the various
heads of sport groups: soccer, baseball,
basketball, volley ball, and all the rest.
Each girl is responsible for keeping track
ofthe hours the VV.A.A. girls spends in her
sport. They plan the program for the
year and see that it is carried out.
Shakespeavfa' Is it all play on a friendly basis?
Efecmore Locke-Yes, quite so. To keep feel-
ings good, we have several banquets
throughout the year following the major
sports. They are always a good deal of
F94 NE end ofthe soccer Held A group of
E3 game Shakespeare is seated near
them, observing nature, and soon walks over
to join them.
Shakeypmre-Ah, I recognize some of you
already. l've met you in other VVAA.
activities. VVhat sport do you best play?
756172 Laier-VVe are the senior soccer champs.
Slzakefpeare-How many games do you engage
-765112 Lazier-VVe play each class twice, and the
team winning the highest number ofgames
has the championship honors.
Shakerpeare-Championship honors? VVhat
manner of reward may they be, ifany?
766112 Laier-There is a cup which the winning
team receives and gets to keep for the
year, it is the pride of the team.
Slzakexpeare-VVell and good! My sincerest
congratulations to you all. Fare ye well
CShakespeare leaves them and after some
time goes back to Nichols Hall.j
Slzazkexpeare-By my beard! lfit isn't my senior
friends! Forsooth, are you champions of
yon sport, too?
Marrianfze Milfer-Wlell, sir, not exactly. You
see, here is also the Junior volley ball team.
VVe tied our winnings, so they share honors
Shakefpmre-Their team is much larger. Do
they make up in numbers what you do in
Mafcianne-That all depends on how you look
at it. Some of our group are not here
Shakexpearc'-This volley ball, when do you
Marrianne Miller-Volleyball is played in
between soccer and basketball. lt's one
ofthe favorite sports.
Shakespeare-My mind and eyes are full of
all I have seen and learned about your
athletic organization. Farewell, may you
continue to play hard, for play maketh a
keen mind and a strong body. .
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0 be or not to be, that was the question.
5 Oh, how I did puzzle o'er what I
thus should do. Fair students of
North Central, little doth thou realize
the feeling of one long dead, when thus
with tribute, he is honored. All the blestgods
in heaven conferred with me and after much
talk did recommend that I in ghostly form
should come to dwell with humans here.
Hence, I was given a year and a day to walk
the earth again, and seek material for another
play. T'was only fair, that I should seek my
latest patron, he, who the gods with the
Spectrum cursed. VVith his company did I
wander o'er the campus. Oft times I slipped
into the class to sit in vacant chair or on a
window ledge. This did enable me to meet the
scholars and learn from their professors. Oh,
rare were my experiences, when with professors,
I did match my wit. They knew not who had
creaked the chair or who had slammed the
door. Nor did they e'er find the source of
class room whispering. How they did puzzle
to find from whence came sounds of restless
sleep as I did snore in class. VVhat fun had I
damsels fair when I did tease with hearty sigh
and breathed the lover's name. Quite shocked
was I, when one quick miss, did turn and
plant upon my cheek a kiss, that ne'er could
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URIOUS indeed these mortals
be. They change not with
time. Strange customs do prevail
on the campus.
VVhen spring weather came slyly
slipping into this place, oft wandered
I on the campus called Fort Hill.
Beside a pool is there a house that
contains a hermit soul that answers
to a vast variety of names. Tradi-
tion has established this custom of
knocking on the door, and if the
spirit comes not to answer the knock-
ing, oh, then the damsel fair the
forfeit must gently pay. But here
also in the daylight strange events
do happen. One afternoon a troupe
of husky men came bearing a body
that did struggle till they with laugh-
ter and great merriment did toss the
persecuted freshman in the pool.
In contrast to this, was thelast good
youth I met in this fair institution.
T'was at the very end of school before
I was destined to leave to compile
my play when this lad did come to
me and with great pride show me a
bit of parchment that announced that
he had been graduated.
M AYI-IAP thou didst wander where I
1 did spend my leisure while on thy
campus. So now, I shall explain. One
day I found a curious box that was all
dark within. CA sophomore told me it was
a camera.j In this place I did rest my ghostly
self. Long had I been imprisoned in a murky
tomb, hence, darkness was restful to me.
Occasionally I did ope the shutters in the
box to see the following glimpse of college
life .... Before a tonsorial establishment
four men did vocalize. They were Tooley
Qlst bassj, Yoder Und bassj, I-Iunsie C3rd bassj,
Divine Ccatcherj . . . In the library before
closing time Stanger draweth out a book
while Miss Pegg stampeth it . . . After the
basketball game is o'er, there exits the crowd
. . . The Spectrum did once advertize for a
freshman to pose for pictures on Fort I-Iill.
The gallant Bates assumes the pose assisted
by Gillogly, Ferrington, and giant Douglas
. . . Another picture posed to illustrate the
wooing by the pool . . . Ah, but here me-
thinks is VVinemiller studying on Fort I-Iill
Cobviously posedj . . . Here in the upper
room of Ol' Main, young Thespians don their
guise . . . Beneath the blossoming boughs a
picnic lunch is spread, while I lie starving in
my black book . . . The score is close, three
men on base, a slugger at the bat. A con-
ference is needed between Mr. Smith and
Shatz . . . Tribute to the copy writers here
is partly paid. The merits of each piece here
is thoughtfully weighed.
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my wanderings about the college,
housed in the solitude of my black
o , ights common and unusual I did
see. My rest was once disturbed by the
bpek, bpak, of a ball bouncing on a wooden
top. I opened the shutter to find I had been
left in the Y room and the boys were playing
ping pong fa Chinese game, methinksj . , .
But at the football game my ever alert eye
did catch cheer leaders in action . . . In
early spring, election fervor hits the campus
and signs do appear in most conspicuous
array while candidates do thus electioneer.
Rosemary Heiser, the women's representative
does her views present . . . But the more
serious-minded do ponder o'er books and heed
instructor's words . . . But look you here,
see how this heart doth throb while eyes
still scan the sky, though the bird hath a
broken wing . . . At last, an editor's dream
come true, for here you see every student's
picture in the snap shot section , . . Stud-
ent, smile, thy classes over, the sun doth
brightly shine 1 . . A sight most common,
another chapel o'er or cut . . . Cpage 1171
. . . At the modern theater, the crowd is
still the same, but in the past the acting
"Oh, Mabel" . . . Flikeid here doth bar-
gain with the patrons for the last bar in the
house . . . The Boltonians say good night
while Dame Quilling referees . , . A typi-
cal class, or so expressions thus Wouldst
say . . . Treading the olden stairs, toward
the tower of Cl' Main.
, 1 '.' V IQIWPIR can I forget the gracious kind-
l ness of this hostess when at the
president's home I did dine. Why even
the younger son, he called David, pryed
into my black box to teach me of the house
in which I then did rest. This is the best
interior view that ever I did see . . . But
nature's beauty doth out do all inward at-
tempts at repition, the library and patriotic
symbol . . . But in this house of books a
group of students did I see that proved the
best that ever I noted in my ghostly sojourn
here . . . CPage 1193 . . . Oh, look here,
this does beat all. I say, is he not cute?
,Tis Mrs. W'ingert's little boy, Wlayne . . .
Ah, but at a game of sport the spectators
and cheer leaders do howl and cry their oaths
at the poor referees . . . VVhile waiting for
the owner of my house one day I oped my
shutter to see these in the office of the Spec-
trum . . . But here, Al Burek, the best
debater in three states doth reject what
Oliver, the Pi Kappa Delta extempe pro-
vincial champ, doth nobly declaim . . . To
look at this feminity the Branch is doing
business Coi, und vot bisinessj . . . Untitled
beauty queens arrayed on Bolton stair . . .
And round and round all evening do they
roll . . . This is the last good night, and,
oh, so tenderly, and if you look close, fair
reader, you may see in yon window the last
reHection the Spectrum will cast on life at
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AEGERTER, HELEN, B.A., Hirlory. . .16, 57, 74
321 E. Mitchell Street, Kendallville, Indiana
W.A.A. 3, 4, Home Economics Club 3, 4, History
Club 3, 4.
ARGUE, HAROLD, B.S., Zoology, Clzeinirfry
16, 57, 72
16 Waterman Street, Lockport, N. Y.
University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y., Alfred Uni-
versity, Alfred N. Y., Buffalo StateTeacher's College,
BuH'alO, N. Y., Secretary of N.C.C. Aviation Club,
Inorganic Chemistry Assistant 2.
IARLEN, ROBERT, B.S., Engineering Science
17, 76, 100, 101, 102
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Engineering Club 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4 ICO Capt. 41, Chemistry
ARNOLD, HARRIET, B.M., Mnric,
Hiawatha, Kansas, R. R. 3
Kansas State Teachers College 1, 2, Girls Glee Club
3, 4, Chapel Choir 3, 4, President Chapel Choir 4,
Girls Octette 4, Student Volunteers President 4,
Central Committee 4, Y. W. C. A. Fellowship Com-
mittee 4, Opera 4.
BABEL, JAYNE, B.A., Zoology. .17, 51, 72, 73
120 S. Ellsworth, Naperville, Illinois
Zoology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4, Beta
Beta Beta Secretary and Treasurer 3, Sr. Class Play
4, Spectrum Staff 4, Social Committee 2, 3, 4, Social
Committee Secretary 3, 4.
BEETZ, MABLE, B.A., Englirlz. .. . . .17
Mendota, Illinois, R. R. 1
w. A. A. 2, 3, 4.
BERTSCHINGER, JOSEPH, B.A., Clzeniivcilv
I 17, 56, 57
Port Washington, VViscOnsin
Football 1, Engineering Club 1, Chemistry Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Orchestra 4, Class Play 4.
BETTINGER, CHARLES, B.S., Plzysicczl Eclzzccifion
czncl Biology .............. 17, 67, 96, 98
835 Iowa Avenue, Aurora, Illinois
Freshmen Basketball, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Vice-President
Varsity Club 4, Editor of Sportcast 4.
BEUSCHER, HOWARD, B.S., Engineering,
Mczfheiizcztics .................... 17, 58
35 W. Pleasant St., Freeport, Illinois
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Avia-
tion Club 4.
BISHOP, BRUcE,B.A.,Philo.ro,ohy17, 52, 92,104
Sarver, Pa., Box 108
Indiana State Teachers College 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, President Col-
lege League 3, President Pa. State Booster Club 3,
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, Y. M. C. A. President 4,
Dramatics 2, 3, 4.
BOETTCHER, BYRON, B.A., Mczflzeiizcztics
Freshmen Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track
Manager 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, Milwaukee State
Teachers College 1, Chairman Annual Football
BRECHEISEN, HAROLD, B.A., Biology. .17, 70
816 N. Institute, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Football 1, Chemistry Club 2, 3, Zoology Club 4,
Geology Assistant 2, Botany Assistant 4.
BREOHEISEN, JAMES, B.A., Pfyclzology
816 N. Institute, Colorado Springs, Colorado
President Seager Association 4, Cl, 2, 3, 41, Vice-
President Student Volunteers 3, Cl, 2, 3, 41, Campus
Project Chairman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Basketball
2, 3, 4, History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Varsity
Club 3, 4.
BUNSE, DELPHA, B.A., Mn5ic,. .17, 62, '59, 68
Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma
Rho Gamma 2, 3, 4.
BURTON, HOWARD, B.A., Hixfory czncl Mnric
338 Orchard St., Elgin, Illinois
Board 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Opera 2, 4, Carthage
BRISSEY, JACK, B.A., Clzenzimfy. . .18, 56, 57
Belmont Station, Downers Grove, Illinois
Engineering Club 1, Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4, Chemistry
Assistant 3, 4, Swimming team 1, 2, Zoology Club
3, 4, Aviation Club 4.
Cook, INEZ, B.A., Home Economics .... 18, 74
W. A. A. 1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4,
Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4.
COOPER, D. LEONARD, B.A., Commerce
25 N. Ohio Street, Aurora, Illinois
Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Varsity
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. and Treas. 4, Student Board of
Finance 3, 4, Commerce Club 3, 4, Student Assistant
COVERT, LEONA, B.S., Physical Eclucalion
18, 77, 110, 111, 109
University of Iowa 1,2, Varsity Tennis 3, 4, W.A.A. 4.
CRAIG, MARGARET, B.A., Social Science and
Commerce ............... 18, 74, 75, 109
W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W. A. A. Board of Control 3, 4,
Commerce Club 3, Secretary 4, Home Economics Club
4, Varsity Tennis 2, 3.
DEWTILDE, GILBERT, B.A., Social Science
908 Lexington Street, Wheaton, Illinois
Debate 3, 4, Commerce Club 3, 4, Chronicle Staff
1, 2, 3, 4 CBusiness Manager 4, Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4,
Liberal Club 3, 4, World Fellowship 4.
DILL, HOWARD, B.M., Voice. . . 18, 62, 63, 58
4940 Wlashington Street, Downers Grove, Ill.
Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Rho Gamma 2, 3, 4,
Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 QPresident 35, Opera "Martha"
1, Opera "Robin Hood" 2, Opera "Bartered Bride" 4,
"Who's VVho Among Colleges in America" 4.
DIVINE, ROBER'Y, B.A., Hirfoiy .... 19, 51, 54,
651 E. State Street, Huntington, Indiana
Huntington College 1, Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4,
Tennis 2, Football Manager 3, Assistant 2, Intra-
murals 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Athletic Board of Control
4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Chronicle 4, Sport's Editor
Spectrum 4, VVriter's Club 4, General Chairman of
Homecoming 4, Pep Committee 4, Sportscast 4,
Y. INT. C. A. Social Room Committee, Social Commit-
tee 4, History Club 4.
ELLENBERGER, OTHO, B.A., Zoology ....... 16
336 S. Sleight, Naperville, Illinois
Cvlee Club 1, 3, Zoo Club 1, 3, 4, University of Ill. 2,
McKay 3, part of 4.
FERCH, ROLLAND, B.A., Pryclzology .... 19, 63,
I 58, 92
Menomonee Falls, VVisconsin
Band 1, Opera 1, 2, and 4, Seager Association 1, 2, 3,
4, Football 3, 4, Deputation 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Men's Octette 1, 2, Chapel
Committee 4, Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 2.
FLESSERT, VVILLIAM A., B.S., Conzn1erce,..19,
Football 1, Track 3, Commerce Club 4, Track
FRESHLEY, PAUL, B.M., Voice .... 19, 51, 63,
Mount Union College 1, Band 2, 3, 4 CStudent Con-
ductor 45, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 2, 3, 4
CPresident 45, Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4, Sigma Rho
Gamma 2, 3, 4, CPresident 35, Alpha Psi Omega
3, 4, Social Committee 3, Octette 3, Senior Play,
Tennis Mgr. 3, Varsity Club 4, Opera 4.
FRESHLEY, VVENDELL, B.A., Social Science
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 35, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 3, Business Mgr. 45, Chapel
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Men's Octette 2, 3, Alpha Psi Omega
4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Central Committee
2, 4, Booster Club Pres. 2, Social Committee 3, Seager
Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 4.
GET2, VINCE, B.S., Conzinerce ........ 19, 100
725 N. Center Street, Naperville, Illinois
Track 1, 4, Marquette University 2.
GOLDSTEIN, MAXINE, B.S., Plzyrical Ealacalion
University of Illinois 1, 2, w. A. A. 3, 4.
GRAMBSCH, PAUL, B.A., Social Science. .19,
52, 58, 76
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Varsity
Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet
4, History Club 2.
GREB, IXKIARY JANE, B.A., Social Science ana'
Ham,-ir ................. 19, 52, 54, 57
131 E. Roosevelt Street, Appleton, VVISCONSIII
W. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4, History Club
2, 3, 4 CPres. 45,Spectrum 4, Chronicle 3, 4, Glee
Club 2, 3.
GROTE, NANCY, B.A. Biology. .19, 57, 72, 73
207 N. Vermillion, Streator, Illinois
Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4, Chemistry
GUSTAFSON, KATHERINE, B.A., lllnric ancl
English ...................,. 19, 54, 64
111 N. May Street, Aurora, Illinois
Glee Club 3, Chronicle 4, Spectrum StafI'4, Sigma Rho
Gamma 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4.
HAMMERSMITH, MABEL, B.A., English. .19, 51,
52, 57, 109, 111
122 S. Brainard Street, Naperville, Illinois
W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, CBoard 35, Y. W. c. A. 1, 2, 3, 4
fCabinet 3, 45, History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3,
Social Committee 1,2,3, 4, Spectrum 3, VVriter's Club
HENKE, JUNE, B.A., Englifli ...... 16, 52, 79
212 S. Moore Street, Blue Earth, Minnesota
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4 QVice Pres.
35, W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 fSecretary 25, Y. VV. C. A. Sec-
retary 4, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2, Vice Pres. Senior
HENNING, HAROLD, B.S., Biology, General
Science ......... 20, 58, 66, 70, 72, 76, 100,
124 john Street, Lockport, New York
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshmen Football, Varsity Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 4,
Vice President Junior Class 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3 CCapt.
C4, U.S. All-American Intercollegiate Swimming Team
1940, President Dolphin Fraternity 4, "Who's Who
Among Student in American Universities and Col-
leges", President Athletic Board of Control 4, Stu-
dent Countil 4, Glee Club 4, Alpha Psi Omega 4,
Homecoming Play 4, Senior Class Play 4.
HIEBER, ROBERT, B.A., B.M., Gewnan and
B Orgaigh' ......... 20, 62, 63, 64, 60, 78
Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4, 5, Opera 1, 2, Men's Octette 1, 2,
4 CTraveling Squad5, Band 1, 2, 5, Sigma Rho Gam-
ma 2, 3, 4, 5, Girl's Glee Club Accompanist 4, 5,
Honor Society 4, 5.
HOCHSPRUNG, LORRAINE, B.A., llfaflzenzaficf
403 VVatson Street, Aurora, Illinois
Spectrum Stal? 4.
HOESCH, ARMIN, B.A., Englirlz ana' Plzilofoplzy
20, 52, 69, 100
609 S. Main, Temple, Texas
Cvlee Club 3, Seager Association 3, 4, Track 3, 4,
Varsity Club 4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4.
HOFERT, HERBERT, B.A., Biology .......... 20
27 S. Columbia St., Naperville, Illinois
Zoology Club 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 1, 2.
HOUDEN, L,LOYD5 B.S.5 Hisloig' and Physical
Edncczlzon .......,........... 20, 92, 100
220 lhebster Street, Belvidere, Illinois
Ifootball l, 3,145 Track 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Voca-
tional Education VVeek Committee 4.
HUKE, FIQANK5 B.A.5 Chcinislry, Mkzlhenzczfics,
W Phyncs .... 5 .....,,,. 20,78,76,100,101
-09MN. Columbia Street, Naperville, Illinois
Ifswk 1, 2, 3, 4, varsity Club 3, 4, student Council
lRfP1'esentative at Largel 45 Freshmen VVork Chair-
man 1. M. C. A. 35 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4 CPresident
315 Honor Society 3, 4.
HUNSINGER, PAUL5 B.A.5 Spccch ...... 20, 51,
55 67 69 70 81 88 89
7 7 7 7 7 7
F1f?dl21Y College 1, 25 Pi Kappa Delta 3, 45 Alpha
Ps1.Omega 45. Cheerleader 35 Seager Association 3, 45
Social Committee 3, 45 Spectrum 3 CEditor 4D. "Land,
ITIS!! ?341Merchant of Venice" 35 "Our Townn 45
JENKS, ROMA5 B.S.5 Home Economics. .21, 109
420 Park Avenue, Wheaton, Illinois
Chemistry Club 1, 25 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4
CPres. 415 Varsity Tennis 3, 4.
JOHNSON, VIVIAN5 B.A.5 Zoology .... 21, 72, 73
226 Grant Avenue, Geneva, Illinois
Beta Beta Beta.2, 3, 45 Zoology Club 1, 2, 3, 45 W.A.A.
1, 35 Homecoming Play 15 Chemistry Club 4.
JUHNKE, ROBERT5 B.A.5 Biology. .21, 58, 76, 92
Football 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club5 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Band
1, 25 President Minnesota Booster Club 35 Shakespeare
Plays 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Play.
IXALA5, VERA5 B.A.5 Psychology ....... 21, 52,
59, 68, 74
204 Aurora Avenue, Naperville, Illinois
Glee Club 1, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 P. K. Club 1, 2
fPres. 115 Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 45 Y. W. C. A.
1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 4D5 W. A. A. 35 Home Economics
Club 3, 45 Art Club 35 Booster Club 3, 45 Western
Union College, Iowa 1, 2.
KAPP, LORENE5 B.A.5 Sociczl Science. .21, 59, 75
St. Joseph, Missouri
St. Joseph Mo. Jr. College 1, 25 W. A. A. 3, 45 Band 35
Girls Glee Club 45 Commerce Club 45 Y. W. C. A.
KocH, BESSIE5 B.A.5 English and Sociol Science
21 54 63 59 81
7 7 7 7
25 Cedar Street, Hartford, VVisconsin
Parnassus 1, 35 WVriters Club 45 History Club 45
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chapel Choir 45 Spectrum 45
W. A. A. 45 Homecoming Banquet Chairman 4.
KocH, DoRoTHY5 B.A.5 English and Social
Scicncc ...................... 21, 79, 77
1261 E. Oak Street, Kankakee, Illinois
W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sigma Tau Delta 3 fTreasurer 41.
KOLANDER, EILEEN5 B.M.5 Voice 21, 63, 59, 65
2663 N. 40th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Wisconsin Conservatory of Music 1, 25 Alpha Psi
Omega CSec. Treas.j 3, 45 Chapel Choir 3, 45 Girls
Glee Club 3, 45 Girls Octette 3, 45 Y. W. C. A. 3, 45
W. A. A. 35 Senior Play 45 Orchestra 35 Wisconsin
Booster Club President 35 Opera 4.
LAIER, JEAN, B.S.5 Home Economics .... 21, 74,
2394 Seneca Street, Buffalo, New York
W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Board of Control 3, 45' Class
Treasurer 25 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Y arsity
Tennis Manager 3.
LAMBRECHT, INIARY IALICE5 B.A.5 English cincz'
Music ..........,........ 21, 62, 59, 77
Jellerson, VViscons1n l
Girl's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 QPres.j5 Sigma Rho Gamma
2, 3, 45 Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4 CPFCS-23 Ofchestra
1, 2, 3, 4 QPres.l
LEE, RICHARD5 B.A.5 Zoology . .21, 57, 72
615 Sexton Street, Aurora, Ill1no1s
Men's Glee Clubg Zoology Club5 Chemistry Club.
LEHR, ELMER5 B.A.5 Conzincrcc ........ 21, 75
Lohrville, VVisconsin a
Varsity Football 25 Chemistry Club 1, 25 C0m1'I16I'CC
Club 3, 4.
LENZNER, SHIRLEY ANNE, B.A.5 English and
Music ..... . ....... 22, 52, 59, 62, 63, 78
Cass City, Michigan I
Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 45 Sigma Rho Gamma 2, 3, 419
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chapel Choir 3, 45 Student Council
Secretary 45 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3, 45 Freshman
Class Treasurer5 Sophomore and Junior Class Sec-
LEPIEN, IRVIN5 B.A.5 Philosophy ...... 22, 58,
Hartford, VViscons1n, R. R. 1, Box 20
Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Men's Octette 1,.25
Orchestra 1, 2, 45 Chapel Choir 3, 45 Seager Associa-
tion 2, 3, 45 Opera Chorus 1, 2.
LEPIEN, PHYLISSQ Music. . .22, 59, 63
Hartford, VViscons1n U 1 B
Girl's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Claibrarian 415 Sigma Rho
Gamma 2, 3, 4 CSec. Treas. 455 Chapel Choir 2, 3, 45
Opera 1, 2, 4.
Locke, ELEANORE5 B.S.5 Physical Education,
English ........ 22, 51, 54, 77, 1-10, 111
940 Crescent Blvd., Glen Ellyn Illinois
W. A. A. 1,2,3,4 CBoardJ 1,2,4xY-W- C-A-, 1,2,
3, 45 Glee Club 45 Social Committee 3, 4.
MACHEWICZ, LILLIANQ B.A.5 English .... 22, 54
3542 S. VVesley Avenue, Berwyn, Illinois
Morton Junior College 1, 25 Writers Club 3, 45 Chron-
icle 3, 45 W. A. A. 35 Dramatics 3, 45 Alpha Psi Omega
45 Debate 4.
MARTIN, DANIEL5 B.A.5 Chemistry and Biology
35 Bank Street, Batavia, New York
5 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Zoology
Club 35 Football 1, 25 Swimming 1, 2.
MAYER, FRANCES5 B.A.5 Home Economics
500 Shimo Ochiai, 1 Chome, Yodobashikee,
W. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 2, 45 Woman's
Representative 45 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 45
MAzzo, VINCENT5 B.A.5 Biology. .22, 72, 76,100
18 S. Washington St., Naperville, Illinois
Football 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Zoology Club 3, 4.
INICJUNKIN, DAVID, B.A., Eizgiixh ......... 23
92-1 N. 1Yheaton Avenue, IYheaton, Illinios
McKAY, JANET, B.A., Eizgiifh ............ 23
550 S. Fourth Street, Aurora, Illinois
Spanish Club l, 1Vriter's Club 4, Y. NV. C. A. 2, 3, 4,
Lindenwood College 1.
INIEDAL, EMILY, B.A., Sofia! Srif1zre..23, 52,
68, 77, 110, 111
6118 N. .Austin Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, VV. A. A. Board ofControl 2, 3, 4,
Y. YV C. A. Cabinet 3, 4 CPresident 41, History Club 3.
BIILLBERGER, EMILY, B.A., Eizgliilz .... 23, 78,
I 77, 110
7236 S. Mozart Street, Chicago, Illinois
W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, VVriter's
Club 4, Spectrum 4.
BIILLER, DORO'FHY, B.A., Commerce ....... 23
1487-1 Faust, Detroit, Michigan
Commerce Club 3, 4, VV. A. A. 3.
MILLER, MARCIANNA, B.S., Plzy.vifaiEa'ufa1'i0a
and Biology ........ 23, 51, 77, 110, 111
406 E. 4th Avenue, Naperville, Illinois
VV. A. A. 2, 3, 4, fBoard 3, President 41, Y. W. C. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Board of
Control 4, May Fete Chairman 4.
NEEvEs, ORLA, B.A., Eizgiirlz aaa' Hiyloigy. .23
History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, W. A. A. 2, Art Club 2, 3,
VVriters Club 4.
NELSON, VIRGINIA, B.A., Eizgiiflz. . .23, 78, 79
Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4 QSec.1, Writers Club 3, 4,
OLIVER, GUY, B.A., Speech aaa' Sofia! Science
25 N. Brainard
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3, News Editor
Chronicle 1, 2, 3, Varsity Swimming, Varsity Club,
Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4 fPres. 41, Alpha Psi Omega
2, 3, 4, President Forensic Board 3, Y. M. C. A.
Publicity Chairman 4, Chairman Pep Committee 4,
Chemistry Club 1.
OLIVER, JEAN, B.A., Alarir ....... 16, 54, 59,
25 N. Brainard Street, Naperville, Illinois
Cheerleader 1, Glee Club 1, 2, fVice-Pres.14, W. A. A.
1, 2 fCabinet 3, 41 Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4, Y. VV. C. A. 1,
Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Sigma Rho Gamma 2, 3, 4, Alpha
Psi Omega 2, 3, 4 CVice President1, Homecoming Play
3, Shakespearian Play 2, Secretary Senior Class,
Chronicle 1, 2, 3, 4.
PAULI, OHM, B.M., Voice 23, 62, 63, 64, 60, 58
Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburg 1, 2, Chapel
Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, CSec. 41, Band 3, 4 CPres.
41, Track 3, Senior Play, Opera 4, lVIen's Octette 3,
CSec.1, Sigma Rho Gamma, Orchestra 3.
PEGG, DOROTHY, B.A., Eizgliyh. .23, 54, 79, 81
940 Highland Ave.
Sec. Freshman Class, Vice-Pres. Soph. Class, Chronicle
1, 2, 4, Writers Club 1, 2, 4, N.I.S.T.C. 3 Cextension1
Cardinal 4 N.C. Honor Society 4, Spectrum 1, 2, 4,
Sigma Tau Delta 4.
PETERSON, LLOYD, B.A., Hixfovj' .......... 23
Evanston Collegiate Institute, Nebraska Wesleyan
POLMANTEER, VIRGINIA, B.M., Piazza ..,.. 2-1,
Sigma Rho Gamma2,3,4,Girl's Glee Club 2,3,4.
RAECRER, EVELYN, B.A., Eizgiirh ..... 24, 63,
lNIason City, Iowa
Glee Club 3, Chapel Choir 3, 4, YY. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Senior Play 4, Debate 1.
RAECKER, JEANETTE, B.A., Bibie and Refigioizr
Edzzfalioiz .................. 16, 51, 111
VV. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Central Committee 3, Social Com-
mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 CSec. 3, 41, Student
Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 31, Student Council 3, 4,
Y. VV. C. A., Senior Class Play 4.
RICE, MARION, B.A., Hiyloij' ..... 24, 54, 57
VVriter's Club 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, CV. Pres.1,
W. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Debate 4.
RIEBEL, HAROLD, B.A., fllaflzefzzafirr and
Plzyrica ................ 2-1, 78, 100, 102
218 N. Columbia Street, Naperville, Illinois
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CCapt. 41, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, King Rex, Honors Society, Varsity Club, Y. M.
C. A. Treas. 3.
RITZEN'FHALER SHIRLEY, B.A., Eizgfifli. .2-1, 64
Prairie View, Illinois
Girl's Glee Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
fSec. 41, Student Volunteers 3, 4.
SCAGLIOLA, DANE, B.A., Phyfira, Ilfaflzemafim
161 Edgeland Street, Rochester, New York
Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, President Engr. Club 3,
N. C. HonOr's Society, Who's Who in Colleges and
SCHOTTENHAMEL, GEORGE, B.A., Hirfoiji. . .24
5521 Dunham Road, Downers Grove, Illinois
SCHULTZ, NAOMI, B.A., Zoology ..... 2-1, 57, 72
329 Hamilton, Caro, Michigan
Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4.
SHAFFER, DIOHN, B.A., PJ'1'fh0f0g'.1' ...... 25, 51,
Football 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Varsity Club, Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Social Committee 3, 4, Y. Cabinet 4, Alpha
Psi Omega 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4, Central Com-
mittee Chairman 4, Seager Association 3, 4.
SHEPHERD, ALLEN, B.S., Hixfwy, Pfzyriraf Ea'-
izrafioiz ..................... 25, 63, 57
Zoology Club 2, Men's Glee Club 3, 4, History Club
4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 4.
SHEPHERD, JOSEPH, B.A., Hirtoilv, P5V1'Cll0f0,2"1'
Glee Club 4, VVriter's Club 4, Seager 1, 2, 3, 4.
STANGER, GEORGE, B.A., lblollieozoticr and
Hiftory ,.................... 16, 76, 100
834 Forest Avenue, Deerfield, Illinois
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, CVice Pres. 3.
Pres. 41, President Senior Class 4, Treasurer of Jr,
STEINRE, ED, B.A., lllollzeozolicf ....... 25, 77
501 Bryant Avenue, Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Armour Tech 1, Writer's Club 4, Chemistry Club 2, 3,
STERN, MARY' JANE, B.A., Zoology .... 25, 51,
127 VVest 9th Avenue, Naperville, Illinois
Art Club 1, Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4 CHistorian 41,
Zoology 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 3, 4, Pennsylvania
Booster Club 1, 2 CVice Pres. 21.
STREIE, GORDON, B.A., Social Scienoe. .25, 49,
140 Randolph Street, Rochester, New York
Varsity Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 1, 2, 3,
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Y. IN1.
Cabinet 3, Central Committee 3, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4,
Student Finance Board 4, Publications Board 4,
Student Body President 4.
THOMPSON, DONALD, B.A., Clzemirfry and
Zoology ................. 25, 72, 73, 78
443 Taylor Avenue, Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4 CSec. 31, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4,
2, 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 3, 4 CVice Pres. 41, Honor
Society 3, 4.
THORNTON, IRENE, B.A., Zoology ......... 25
827 Edwardsburg Avenue, Elkhart, Indiana
W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics 3, 4.
TOMPRINS, CLINTON, B.A., General Scienre
19 N. Brainard, Naperville, Illinois
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, Opera 1, 2, Varsity
:Cltlb 4, Varsity Track Manager 3, Chemistry Club
TOOLEY, LAVERN, B.A., Psychology ....... 25
Sauk City, Wisconsin
Seager 1, 2, 3, 4, Chapel Committee 2, 3, World
Fellowship 3, Campus Projects 4.
TROYER, VERA, B.A., History ...,,........ 25
353 Plum Street, Aurora, Illinois
Northern Illinois State Teacher's College
UMBREIT, HENRY, B.S., Commerce ..,.. 25, 76,
2616 Mildred Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Assistant
Editor of Sportscast 4, Golf 2.
VVESSLINO DOROTHY, B.S., Home Erorzomicy
25, 74, 77
607 Deerfield Avenue, Deerfield, Illinois
3-Io4me Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice Pres. 41, WA..-X.
VVHITE, ROBERT, B.A., Zoology .... 26, 57, 70,
72, 73, 102
105 S. Ellsworth Street, Naperville, Illinois
Pres. Soph Class, Pres. Beta Beta Beta 4, Zoology
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club.
WINOERT, WAYNE, B.A., Hiriory ....., 26, 58,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Octette 2, 3 CPres. 31, Chapel
Choir 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Deputation 1, 2, 3, 4.
VVRIGHT, MAX, B.A., Social Salome. .26, 58,100
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 4, Y. INI. C. A. Cabinet 3,
Senior Play 4, Playhouse Guild Play 4, College League
CVice President1 4, Intramurals, Seager Association
2, 3, 4.
XIAGER, LOUISE, B.A., Home Eoonomicf. . .26,
57, 74, 110
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 3, 4,
Parnassus 3, Chemistry Club 3, W.. A. A. 2, 3, 4,
YODER, ELWINQ B.A., Com11zerre..16, 51, 64,
58, 76, 75, 81
1013 S. Second Street, Elkhart, Indiana
Men's Representative of Senior Class, Vice-Pres.
Pres. Student Council 4, Junior Class President,
Men's Glee Club 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Baseball Manager 2, Alpha Psi Omega 4, Varsity
Club 2, 3, 4, Commerce Club 2, 3, CPres 41, Indiana.
Booster Club CPres. 31, College Day Chairman 3,
Spectrum 4, Social Committee 4, Dolphin Club 4,
Freshmen Football, Senior Play, Swimming Team
2, 3, 4.
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BEAMS, JOHN ........................ 34, 58, 69, 100
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BECRER, CHARLOTTE ,....................... 28, 34, 74
BEEBE, ROBERT ........................ .... 3 4, 56
510 E. Benton, Ave., Naperville, Ill.
BEHER, WILLIAM ...,.................. ..... 4 2
351 Lawndale Ave., Aurora, lll.
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BERNHARDT, LAuREN'r ....,.,.,... 28, 52, 63, 64, 58
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153 N. Julian St., Naperville, lll.
BEYLER, ROGER .,....,........,,..,...... 42, 106, 107
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B1oELow, JOHN ..,,......,............ .....,... 4 2
332 W. Maple St., Lombard, Ill.
BLACKMORE, JOHN .........,....,,,..,.. .,... 2 8, 75
4131 Grove Ave., Western Springs, lll.
BLANC, MARCELLA ....................,..... 42, 57, 72
628 Lebanon St., Aurora, Ill.
BLANK, Lois ...,......,..,.. 28, 52, 57, 59, 68, 111
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30 S' J ff. BLEILER, RUTH ..,.,.........,..,,..........,,..,. 28
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BONNE, RICHARD ...,.,...., ...34, 92
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BoNfro, VIRGIL.. .,...,...........,....., . . .28
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BOULTON, FREDERICK ................. ,.... 4 2
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BOURLAND, HAROLD .,.....,.............,.....,... 34
433 Franklin St.,Downers Grove, Ill.
BRANCH, ELIZABETH ...................,,,,. 34, 51, 52
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BR-AND, CARLYLE .......,............ ,... 4 2, 63, 58
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BRAYTON, BARBARA ...., . . , ......... 42, 72, 77
BRowN, CHARLOTTE ......,.......,...... 28, 54, 55, 78
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BRUNS, CARL ..........,,.............,.... 42, 64, 58
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BURDICK, RUTH ............ ......... ............ 4 2
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BUSACCA, JOHN ,..,,....,.,....,.., ..,. 3 5
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BUSH, DOUGLAS ...........................,....... 43
709 Hillside Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
BUTENHOFF, ROBER'I' ..........,...,..... 35, 63, 57, 72
BUTLER, VINCENT .....,... ,....,.....
Howard City, Michigan
BYRD, ROBERT ,....,.........,.,......, ......... 4 3
205 S. Hudson St., Westmont, Ill.
CAMERON, MARGARET ,...,,. .....,,... .... 3 5 , 52, 56
Hilton, New York
CAMPBELL, CLIFFORD .......,............ ...43, 56
1009 Maple Ave., Downers Grove, Ill.
CARD, ANNA ............................ .... 4 3, 74
Otselic, New York
CARDIN, CARL .,.,..................... . ..43, 56
5316 Blodgett, Downers Grove, Ill.
CARLSON, ALLAN ...................,. .... 2 8, 75
4 S. Fordham, Aurora, 111.
CARLSON, VIRGINIA .,............ . ,, 43, 57, 74
920 Charles St. Aurora, Ill.
CHAMBERLIN, MARTHA .,,...,....,..,.... 28, 63, 59,111
CHATTERTON, RUTH .... 29, 50, 54, 55, 67, 72, 73, 77,
614 S. Hale St., Wheaton, Ill.
CHRISTOFERSEN, BEATRICE .......I....,,......l 35, 62
206 W. Douglas Ave., Naperville, Ill.
CLULOW, BETTY ,,........................ ..., 4 3
1128 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa.
COLE, MARY ,..I........................ .,.. 3 5, 74
2747 Oakman Court, Detroit, Mich.
COLE, ROBER ,.....,.... ...................... 4 3, 94
1034 Chester Park Drive, Duluth, Minn.
COLLEY, JEANETTE .,.......................... 29, 108
2258 W. 111th Place Chicago, 111.
CORNILS, VERNE ,.........,.,.,,.....,,.. .,....
5140 Benton Ave., Downers Grove, Ill.
CRANDELL, JACK ................,....,. . ,... 43
569 Galena Blvd., Aurora, Ill.
CRUMMY, MAUREEN ................,......, ..
27 N. Washington St., Naperville, Ill.
CURRY, RAYMOND ................,....... ..,. 4 3
772 George St., Aurora, Ill.
CURTIS, BARBARA ............,..................,. 43
246 Hill Ave., Glen Ellyn, I11.
DAILEY, CHARLES .... 35, 54, 56, 56, 76, 92,100,104,106,87
4331 Forest Ave., Downers Grove, Ill.
DAILY, MARTHA ....,...............1........,.... 43
4832 Montgomery, Downers Grove, Ill.
DAILY, SHERWOOD ......,....... 30, 54, 72, 106, 107
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DANA, ROBERT .....,.......,.................. 43, 75
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work toward their Bachelor of Science degreeg Airplane and Engine mechanics train for their Govern-
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DAVIS, LOIS ,......,...,.......................,..
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DAVIS, MARY .....,..,.........,........ 35, 51, 54, 77
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DENKER, ALLAN ,..,. ....,....,....,.., .......... 2 9
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DOUGLAS, CHARLES ...,....,.,..,,........... 29, 92
118 Main St., W. Chicago, Ill. A
DONNEWORTI-I, MILDRED ....,......,..,. ...29, 63, X4
30 E. Franklin Ave., Naperville, Ill.
F, S, DOVENSPIKE, HARRY ........,.......... ....35, 69
Main Street, Hawthorn, Pa. 43
DRISOOLL, SHIRLEY ................... ....
1629 Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111.
DUNCAN, DONALD .....,................ .... 4 3
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DUNHAM, HARRIETT .................. I ,........ 29, 59
1295 Kearsley Park Blvd., Flint, Mich.
WELDING DUSEK, FRANK ............................ .... 3 5
438 Prairie Ave., Downers Grove, Ill.
Phone 220-111 Naperville EBERHARDT, EDWARD ....................... 19, 57, 103
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5016 Main St., Kansas City, Missouri
EICKMEYER, RAY ,....,.,..,.,.,.,.......,..
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1614 Locust, Saint Joseph, Mo.
ESSIG, HOWARD ...,..,.......,....,
304 Arcade Ave., Elkhart, Ind.
ETTINGER, WILLIAM .............,....
239 Kenilworth, Glen Ellyn, Ill.
l ENZINNA, PETER .,........,......,... 43, 106, 107, 108
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FARNHAM, ROBERT .... ...,..............,... 4 3, 56
FARRELL, EDWARD. ,,........... ..... .... 3 5
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FAUST, CHARLES ...,.................. .......... 3 5
FAUST, DORIS ...................... 29, 50, 59, 111
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FAUST, RUTH .,,.,..,.......... 28, 59, 77 96, 110
1324 Lane Blvd., Kalamazoo, Mich.
FELTON, ELAINE ..,.......,............... ...., 4 3
4512 Saratoga Ave., Downers Grove, Ill.
FERGUS, ROBER'Y ,............. ....,..... .... 4 3
166 Forest Ave., Glen Ellyn, .
FERINGTON, RAYMOND ,.....,....,,...... ,.., 2 9, 92
39 Pound St., Lockport, New York
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FROH LICH, DONALD .........,,..,...,. ..,. 4 3,
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FRY, JOHN ..........................,..,,, 43, 63,
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FRY, WENDELL ..........,....,...,....... ,.,, 4 3,
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GARVIN, RUTH ................,....,.
805 Hinman St., Aurora, Ill.
GAS'F, DOROTHY ...,.........,...
R. R. 3, Aurora, lll.
GAUERRE, RICHARD ........,..,... .....
43 W. Conron, Danville, Ill.
GEIER, JAMES .,.............,..........,... 44, 56,
GEIOER, CHARLES, Qs, 50, 51, 52, 54, 58, 75, 76, 104
17503 Hilliard Rd., Lakewood, Ohio
GERHARDT, RTURIEL ..............,....,.,.,..., 68
Q 5 5 f - Y., Bi Stone Cit ,South Dali.
LLSTPJR BROEIXBR' H8 GIBSODE GALE, . ...,.......i.....,..., 30, 75, 92
K 311 W. Jefferson St., Clinton, Ill.
ELAINE BROEKER, '40 GILL, MARTHA ....................... ....... 3 0
1035 N. Eagle St., Naperville, Ill.
GILPATRICR, Louis ,...............,, 36
GINTER, ROGER ..,............. . 44
2316 Harding Ave., Lansing, ic .
13 W' JEFFERSON G1vLER, JANE .......................,,.. ...., 5 5
220 N. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill.
GLADING, THELMA .............. 36, 51, 63, 59, 77
111-12114 Street Ozone Park, Long Isl. N. Y.
GOETZ, CHARLOTTE ................,........... 36
804 E. Chicago Ave., Naperville, Ill.
GORDON, ARCHER .......,,....,.,..,,. .,,. 3 0, 72
735 Claim St., Aurora, Ill. -Q
GRANT, ELMER .,............,,.... .... 1 -
1030 Barlow St., Flint, Mich. 0 7
GRECU, THOMAS ....,.,...,....... .,,. 3 , 7-
and 1213 Roos. St., Gary, Ind.
GREEN, LOUISE ,,.....,....... .... 5 7
U R. R. 1, Minong, Wis.
Just The Place GRENNER, WARD ,,.,..........,.... .,.. 9 4
FOI- Dainties Ave., Duluth, MTHH.
GROEN, RUTH ......,....,..,....,.. .... 6 8
'Y R. R. 2, Olivet, S. Dal-1.
For A Feed GROTE, Lois ........,..,..........,.. .... 4 4, 57
207 N. Vermillion, Streator, lll.
13 W. JEFFERSON GUASTELLA, JENNIE ......,,.......... ......... 3 6
1112 S. West St., Rockford, Ill.
GITENTHER, DONALD ..,.........,... .... 3 6, 63, 58
501 S. Grove St., VVaupun, VVis.
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GUENTHER, WAVA ....,....,........... .... 3 7, 59
501 S. Grove St., VVaupun, Wis.
GUISE, IVIARGARET .............,.................. 36
40 N. Spring Ave., La Grange, Ill.
GUITHER, FRANCIS .....,.... 42, 57, 58, 63, 64, 68, 69
108 N. Loomis St., Naperville, Ill.
GUSTAFSON, ROY .......,.........,......, 36, 54, 62, 81
605 W. Saratoga, Ferndale, Mich.
GUZAUSKAS, JOHN ..........,....,.... .... 3 6
901 Oliver Ave., Aurora, Ill.
HACK, FERN ......................................
324 Jackson St., Fort Atkinson, WVis.
HAFENRICHTER, FERN ................... 28, 51, 74, 111
HAFENRICH1'ER, GLENDA ,.... ..,.. 3 0, 59, 110, 111
HAHNE, JAMES .................,.,. ........,,.,. 3 6
251 Forest Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
HALL, HELEN ....,.................... .... 4 4, 77
511 VVestern Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
I-IANEY, MARY .,.............,....,........,...,.. 44
HARSHMAN, DALE ..,................. 30, 67, 70,
1512 Locust St., Sterling, Ill.
HARSHLIAN, PAUL ......,......... ...... 4 4, 58, 81
1512 Locust St., Sterling, Ill.
HASEWINKEL, HERBERTA .......... .... 4 4
403 Beach St., Marshall, Ill.
HASSEL, MAURICE ....,.,....... ...... 4 4
182 First St., Batavia, Ill.
I-IASSELBACHER, HAROLD ............. .... 4 4, 56
5136 Benton, Downers Grove, Ill.
HATCH, FERN ....,.................. ........ 4 4, 77
Box 34, Lisle, Ill.
HATCH, JUNE ....................,.,,.. 44, 57, 77, 64
R. R. 1, Downers Grove, Ill.
HAUMERSEN, LORA-JEAN ........................,.. 44
2406 Main St. , Racine, Wis.
HEIDINCER, MARJORIE .......... 30, 55, 59, 63, 65, 68
' 1023 6th St., Fargo, N. D.
HEIMEN, NORMAN ..,......,..,.....,.......
293 Cottage St., Lockport, N. Y.
HEININGER, MARJORIE ...,...... 36, 59, 62, 63, 65, 68
44, 57, 72
HEINRICH, DONALD .,.,......,,...,.,....... 44, 56, 94
1838 Hudson Ave., Chicago, Ill.
HEINRICH, DOROTHY .................... ........ 4 4
836 N. Lombard Ave., Oak Park, Ill.
HEISER, ROSEMARY, ....,....... ,,. .,....... 30, 77,111
1120 N. Waller Ave., Chicago, 111.
HELFRICH, JOHN ................,...... .... 3 6
707 University Pl., Wheaton, Ill.
HENERY, RAYMOND ................... ,..... 3 6
Grand Junction, Iowa
HENNING, ELEANOR ..,........... .
Bryant Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
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HERBEN, ROBER'F ,.....,,...,..,,.,.,.,....... 30, 100
27 S. West St., Naperville, Ill.
HERBS'I', JAMES ....,,..........,...,.... 44, 58, 68, 69
209 Elm St., Findley, Ohio
PIERKNER, Lois .,..,...,...., 30, 52, 78, 110, 111
2763 Woodhill Rd., Cleveland, Ohio.
HEWITT, DALE .......,..........,...,,..... 30, 63, 69
4741 Cumnor Rd., Downers Grove, 111.
HEY'DON, PATRICIA 4.,..,......,......,,...,. 44, 57, 72
138 N. Center St., Naperville, lll.
Hicks, EDWARD ..1..,,.....,..,...,..,., ,... 3 7, 58
HILL, TYRON ,,..,................,,,.,.,... ..,. 3 7
340 Meachem Ave., Battle Creek, Mich.
HILLEMEX'ER, GORDON ,......,.........,.... .,..
311 N. Central Ave., Rockford, lll.
HILTON, JEAN ,.......,.,............. ,...,... 3 0, 74
237 Evanslawn Ave., Aurora, Ill.
HIMMEL, JOSEPH ,,.................,,,.. 30, 62, 60, 58
136 N. Loomis, Naperville, Ill.
HOFERT, HERBERT .........,..,.. ...........
27 S. Columbia, Naperville, Ill.
HOCHSPRLTNG, LORRAINE .....,...... .,..
403 Watson Street, Aurora, 111.
HOFFMAN, HAROLD ..,.,............ .... 3 4, 69
224 N. Columbia, Naperville, Ill.
HOLLIGAN, MARGARET ,..........,.. .... 3 7, 74
822 Griswald, Peoria, 111.
HOLLON, JACK, ......r....r.,........ .... 3 7
75 N. Anderson St., Aurora, Ill.
HOSLER, KENNETH. .,..,........,,... .... 3 7
422 Douglas Ave., Naperville, 111.
Hov, ALFRED .................,...... ....... 4 4
High Knot Estate, Wheaton, Ill.
HUBMER, KETURAH ..,.......,...... .... 4 4, 59, 77
St. Clair, Minn.
HUN'FOON,JAMES .......,...i.....,...,. ........ 3 7
327 Brandon Ave., Glen Ellyn, 111.
HUSTON, ROBERT ..............,...... .,,. 4 4, 56
615 Hardin St., Aurora, lll.
IODER, ALBERTA .,.......... .... 4 4, 57, 59
IRELAND, GEORGE ..,....,.,.... .,.. 3 0, 52
1417 Stone St., Flint, Mich.
JACKSON, THELMA .,.........,...,,... .... 3 0, 56
367 Edgewood Ave., Akron, Ohio.
JACOB, DONALD .................... .... 4 4, 94
1021 Center St., Elgin, Ill.
JAHN, HORACE ....,...............,.. .... 3 7
145 Huffman St., Naperville, Ill.
JENKS, ROMA ..........,........... .... 7 4
420 Park Ave., Wheaton, Ill.
JENSEN, DERWOOD ............,.. ,... 3 O, 57
JENSEN, ROBER'F .,....,............., .... 4 4, 64, 96
303 Spring Ave., Naperville, I11.
JOHNSON, MARGARET ..........,..... ..... 3 O, 57, 77
605 Sixth Ave., St. Charles, Ill.
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JUDSON, RICHARD ............... ,,,,, 3 7, 92
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KAHL, LEONARD ..,.............,.,......... 44 57 72
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D A I R Y C O M P A N Y KAILER, CHARLESRI2 ...... ....... ..... 3 1, 76
K 4513 hilaain St., Downers Grove, Ill.
ASTNER, OBERT ................,......, .... 4 4, 81
UPU!-e and Richw 7 361 N. Pinecrest Ave., Milwaukee, VVis.
hAwoHL, ALFRED ....,...1,........,,..., .... 4 4
6116 Damon St., Chicago, Ill.
KAY, KATHERINE ......1.......... . ..... 37, 59
K 528 North St., Geneseo, Ill.
ELLER, ELORES ................ ...... 3 1, 74, 81
Sleepy Eye, Minn.
KELLERMANN, GARFIELD .........,....... 31, 51, 63, 58
K 133 Riiiierview, Monroe, Mich.
ELLCGG, UGENE ...,..,..1....,.... ....... 3 1, 75
, 0151559 325 N. Sleight se., Naperville, 111.
Q04 .-w e 0 KELLOGG, EMA Lu ,,,,,,.,,...,......... . .42, 59, 77, 81
,ie-: . .5 Q K 325 N. Efleight St., Naperville, 111.
' e , E11 IENHOLZ, ILTON ,.1,........,...... .... 3 7, 69
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RM ,Cl-' .- 'ENNEDY, ARTHUR ........,....i .. ....
Q- ' ' N -foo 1v11ee11e11v111e, Ill.
Q l:'Qf KILGORE,PAUL .......1....,.......,............. 44
K 81? Prairie Ave., Downers Grove, Ill.
, I ING, OHN .........................,.. 31,64, 106,107
424 Var1et1es 7 3412 Fullerton Ave., Chicago, 111.
RING, HELEN .............,......... .... 4 4
KINGSLEY, DOUG1.AS ..,1.............,.. ....... 4 4
K 48? Main St., Downers Grove, Ill. 44 57
IRN, REDERICR .........1.......... ..... ,
S 1217 W. 2nd St., Flint, Mich.
Y KIRN, MARY E. .,................ .... 3 1, 63
1217 W. 2nd St., Flint, Mich.
KNOCHE, FREDERICK ..1..,....,............. 31, 75, 76
729 E. Benton Ave., Naperville, Ill.
KNOX, ROBERT ...,.... ' .........,..,... .....,. 3 7
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, JOSEPI-I ................. ,.........,...... 4 5
115 E. Franklin Ave., Naperville, Ill.
Th 1 1 KOEHLER, RICHARD .......... 37, 75, 106, 107, 108
mug 1 120 N. Columbia, Naperville, Ill.
KOLB, ROBERT ....,....,,................ 45, 56, 94
II1dGpE'I1C16I1'0 Big Stone City, S. Dali.
'l KoLTHorr, Neem ........ 37, 57, 72, 73, 77, 109, 110
M i 210 N. Wright St., Naperville, Ill.
910115111155 KOTTKE, M0111-et. .31, 52, 54, 55, 59, 77, 79, 81, 110, 111
R. R. 2 Graceville Minn.
.I KRUEGER ljUANE ..... i ............................ 45
I 211 N. Wright St., Naperville, Ill.
KRUEGER, WAVERLY ...... 31, 57, 76, 106, 107, 108
211 N. Wright St., Naperville, Ill.
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KRL'G, ELIZABETH ,,,.,.,....,,..,,...,,..., 37, 57, 77
215 S. Columbia St. Naperville, lll.
KLTI,PER, CILADYS ..,,........,,.....,,...... 45, 64, 68
1816 E. 4th St. Wlaterloo, lowa.
LAIER, CAROL ..,,...,....,.,..,..,,. 37, 74, 77, 110
2394 Seneca St., Buffalo, New York
LAMM, lVII1.'l'0N ,.,.,....,..........,,.,,....... 38, 68
LAMM, VIRGIL ..... ,.,, 3 1, 69
LANDIS, GEORGE ..,...........,..,...,,. .... 4 5
2512 Mersington, Kansas City, Mo.
LATHROP, MELVA .1...,,,.............. ..,... 3 8
R. R. 1, Dundee,1ll.
LAUDEMAN, JAMES. .,........ ...,. 4 5, 64
R. R. 2, Limon, Colo.
LAz, LEROY ,,..,.,. ........... ,... 4 5
159 Evanslawn, Aurora, 111.
LEBECK, WARREN ........,.,......... .... 3 1
221 S. Warwick, VVestmont,1ll.
LEE, RICHARD ........,.......,.... .....,
615 Sexton St., Aurora, Ill.
LEFEVRE, RUSSELL .,...........,,.... ..... . 45, 94
1004 S. 31st St., Milwaukee, Wis.
LEFFLER, JOHN ..................,,....... 38, 76, 103
221 North Ave., Naperville,1ll. H
LESTER, GEORGE .............,...... 31, 76, 92, 96, 98
4407 Fairview Ave., Downers Grove, lll.
LITCHFIELD, CARL .,.....,.....,..,............ 45, 69
307 North Ave., Naperville, lll.
LOHSE, WALLACE .............,,...........,.l..... 45
760 New York St., Aurora, lll.
LONG, ROLAND .....1.....,....., 38, 57, 72, 92, 104
685 May St., Akron, Ohio
LOSER, ARLA .........,....... ... ........ 37, 68
Deer Creek, lll.
LOUNSBURY, EDITH .................... .... 3 1, 74
448 Anthony St., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
MAHLMAN, RICHARD ................... .... 4 5, 69
613 4th Ave., S. VV. Faribault, Minn.
MALX', RICHARD ...,.........,......, .... 4 5, 56
R. F. D. 2, Naperville, lll.
MARSHAI.L, WILLIAM ..,...,... 45
R. R: 8, Defiance, Ohio
MASON, ILSTHER ...............,........ ..,.. 3 1 54
710 Bailey Ave., Pendleton, Oregon
MASSIE, MRS. ETHEL ....,....,,,..... ..,.. 4 5
MAST, GLENN ....,,......,..,................. 45, 58
1705 Morton Ave., Elkhart, Ind.
MATTHIES, VIRGINIA .....,,....,....., 38, 62, 63, 65
476 Grand Ave., Port Washington, Wis.
MAU, VIRGINIA .,.............................. 45, 59
MAYER, JEAN ............. .... ..... 3 4 , 50, 79 77
MCCORMICK ROBERT .........,,...... ,..... .... 3 8
110 N. Spencer St., Aurora, lll.
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MCHENRY, PATRICIA ............. .,,,, 3 1,
558 Fox St., Aurora, Ill.
MOLEAN, DONALD ...............,.., ..... 4 5,
1911 Garden St. Duluth, Minn.
MEESE, CLAYTON ,................. .,,4, 4 5,
R. R. 2, Faribault, Minn.
MEHN, GEORGIA ............ ,,,,, 4 5, 57,
MEHN, HOWARD .......... ..... 3 8, 63,
MELLOR, RICHARD ....,.......,...... ......,..
6764 Oxford Ave, Chicago, Ill.
MENICH, ELAINE ........,....,...... ..... 4 5, 59,
219 Western Ave., Topeka, Kansas
MIHUI.KA FREDERICK. ........,,. . 45,
io NOrth Julian sf., Naperville, I1'1Q A " "A"
MILAR, WILLIS .,..........i.. ,...i... ....
735 5th St., Aurora, lll.
MILLER, EDWARD .......,.. ,... .... ,...i
Mount Morris, 111.
MILLER, GAIL ...,.........4........,.......,.. 38,
5243 Carpenter St., Downers Grove, 111.
378 Seminary Ave., Aurora, Ill.
MILLER, HOWARD ..............,..,... 38, 63, 60, 69
536 Corwin St., Dayton, Ohio
MILLER, RICHARD ,............. .......,..... ,..,.
550 St. Charles Rd., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
MINER, DOROTHY ......,.....,......,..... 31, 57,
343 S. Chicago Ave., Kankal-aee,1ll.
MOORE, ARTHUR .....,.,..,.......,.,. .......
18 S. Fourth St., Aurora, Ill.
MORGAN, ADA ...,,..,...,................,... 45,
4544 Douglas Road, Downers Grove, Ill.
MORIN, EUGEN ...........,.................... 45,
309 W. Main St., Clinton, Ill.
MORRISON, HOWARD ....,................ ....
516 E. Ninth Ave., Naperville, Ill.
MOY, GLADY'S .,,.......,,.,...,.......,.
117 E. School Ave., Naperville, lll.
MUEHL, MLTRIEL .........,.......,.........,.....
ML'ELLEN, THEOPHlL..31, 64, 58, 72, 106, 107, 108,
215 Miller St., Michigan City, Ind.
MUELLER, MARGARET .,,.,.....,..,..,...,.......
736 E. Dr. VVOodrufl' Pl., Indianapolis, Ind.
MURDOOH, RICHARD ......................... 45, 57
5410 Webster, Downers Grove, Ill.
MURPHY, WILLIAM ,....,....I....I.... ....,
302 Downer Place, Aurora, Ill.
MYERS, JEAN ...............,....,.... ....
124 S. Loomis St., Naperville, Ill.
NEHRING, RONALD ,....,.,.......... .....
NELSON, ALEXANDER .....,............ .,., 3 8,
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NELSON, WILLIAM ...,.,.,,............... ,... . 31, 57
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NICHOLS, JLILICEITZOES, . .ZIP .......,.... . . . .45
410 Highland Ave., Naperville, Ill.
I-17S B NIOHOLSON, ROBERT ....,..........,.. ..., 9 2
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NOLAN, KENNETH ..,.........,.......,......., 32, 72
115 W. Indiana St., Wheaton, Ill.
NOVATMY, FRANK ...,....,...,.,,..,.... 38, 92, 96, 98
11700 S. Lowe Ave., Chicago, Ill.
NUCKLES, ROBERT .,..,...........,. .... 3 2, 58 57
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OSTERLAND, FRANK .................,....... 32, 57, 78
615 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville, Ill.
OSTROTH, DONALD. .32, 50, 52, 55, 60, 76, 79, 106, 107, 108
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PAGE, DENNIS .................. ..... 3 2, 56
R. R. 1, Green Lake, Wis.
PALMER, WILLIAM ............................, 42, 56
4809 Main Street, Downers Grove, Ill.
PARROTT, VELMA ............ 32, 52, 70, 72, 73, 68
40 Iroquois St., Battle Creek, Mich. A
PARSONS, SHIRLEY ......,,..... 1 ........,...... 35, 15
23 W. JeffeI'SOIl Ave. 6650 N. Maplewood Ave., Chicago, Ill. 46 58
PAYDON, DEAN .......................... .... ,
PELLING, VVILLIAM .............. .... 3 8, 92
804 Willow' St., Wheaton, Ill. 46 72 94
- PERUCCA, JOHN ....,............ .... , ,
222 Nettle St., Morris, Ill.
PETERSON, ELWOOD ,........,..................... 46
Herscher, Illinois 52 54 55 58 81
PETERSON, ERLING .... ....38, , , , I
CHAS. SHIFFLER an SONS ,,,,,,,e,,,, W, 4, 58
PETERSON, NEAL ..... ........... ..... .. ,
. Princeton, Wis.
Genel al Contractolb PETERSON, SHIRLEY .... . .... IH. . . 4 - - -32
515 Grand Ave., Aurora, .
"We Can Take Care of All PIELET, ELMER ...,.............. . . ,... 46, 31
Your Building Needs" 124 Evanslawn, Aurora, Ill. 46 59 65
PIEPER, MIRIAM ................. .... ,
Paul E. Shiffler Ward C. Shiffler P NNlg25ShE6iOWa ,',,',,.,
71 Ellsworth 142 N. Washington I 812,S, Float A I I I H
one 632 Phone 251 PIPER ROBERT .... ................ .... 4 6, 56
. Q ii S. Loomis Sf., Naperville, 111.
Naperville, IH' PLAUNT, JAMES ..................... .... 4 6, 56 94
1825 E. 9th St., Duluth, Minn.
Chicago Fence and Equipment Company
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THE 1941 SPECTRUM
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DIXON, ILLINOIS CI-IICAGOJLLINOIS
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PLUMER, JEANE'I"1'E ,,..........,... 38, 57, 64, 59, 68
122 N. Julian St., Naperville, 111.
PLUMMER, KENNETH ..,............,,............,, 46
2453 W. Adams St., Chicago, Ill.
POLLOCK, ALVIN ,........,....,.,.... ....,.,..., 4 6
819 S. 5th St., Aurora, Ill.
PONTIOIQS, HAZEL ....,....,...,......,.....,.., 38, 77
3213 Fairmount Blvd., Cleveland Hts., Ohio
PRESTON, JACR ,..,...........,..,..,.,........ 38,100
Ogden and Columbia Ave., Naperville, I11.
PRITCHARD, RICHARD ........ ...,..........,..,,. 3 9
221 LeGrande Blvd., Aurora, Ill.
PRUSSNER, CHARLES ....................... ..., 4 6
16 Vilashington St., Naperville, Ill.
PRI'ssNER, JOHN .,....,..........,....... ..,. 3 2
16 N. I'Vashington St., Naperville, I11.
RADIC, IRENNETH ......,....,..,.,.,........,., 46, 94
4521 Main St., Downers Grove, 111.
RAPP, OLIVE ..,.........,.., 32, 55, 63, 64, 67, 70
REBSTOCR, JOHN .................,. ......... 4 6, 57
1111 Laurel St., Elkhart, Ind.
REBSTOCK, MILDRED .....,..,.,..... ...,. 3 2, 57, 72
1111 Laurel St., Elkhart, Ind.
REIDT, ELIZABETH ,.........,...,, .... 3 2, 62, 59, 65
28 VVellington St. VValtham, Mass.
REIMER, CLARA .................. .... 4 6, 57
Goodrich, North Dakota
REIMER, PAUL ...,.......... .... 4 6, 57
Goodrich, North Dakota
RETZLAFF, HOMER ...........
RETZLAEI-', JOY ..,.. ,. .
RICHERT, VIRGINIA ....
RIGONI, VIVIAN ......,...,......
345 S. Lincoln Ave., Aurora, I11.
RIKLI, GERALDINE .......,....,.,..,
17 Court Place, Naperville, Ill.
RINEEOLT, MARION ................ .,.
RITZENTHALER, MARGERY ,..,.
Prairie View, Illinois
RODI BA UGH, GEORGE ..,....,.....,......
726 E. Broadway, So. Bend, Ind.
ROTT, MARGARET ..........,......,,..
RUSSELL KEITH ..,..,..........,.,
146 N Sieighf St., Naperville, 111. '
RLTSSELL, ROBER'F ..........,.......,.
5419 Cortes, Chicago, Illinois
RUSSELL, ROSEMARY ...,............ ..
146 N. Sleighc, Naperville, Ill.
RUSSELL, SAMUEL ,..,..........,..,.....
146 N. Sleight, Naperville, Ill.
RUTH, GORDON ...,...............
RU'PHERFORD, VIRGINIA ,...,..,.,..
538 Cherry St., MHTIOU, Ohio
ST. ANGELO, GEORGE ..... ......,
SAVAGE, RICHA RD ..... ,...,., ..,........
353 S. Loomis St., Naperville, I11.
. .,... 34,50
.. 46, 57, 56
SCHALLER, DOROTHY ,.............,,.. 46, 57, 59, 77, 68
1027 Rolleston St., Harrisburg, Pa.
SCHENDEL, LYNDON ......,....... 32, 76, 72, 100, 101
SCH LAFER, CHARLES ..., , ...........,....., ...... . .
217 S. Mill St., Menomonee Falls, VVis.
SCI-IMIDT, HELEN ..,..,..,...............,.,,., 32, 77
2537 N. 47th St., Milwaukee, Wis.
SCHMIDT, ROBERT .............,,...,........ 46, 56, 92
142 Golf Road, Clarendon Hills, I11.
SCHMITZ, ROBER'F, ..,,......,........ 46, 56, 100, 102
534 Buckeye St., Miamisburn, Ohio
SCHNAIQE, PAUL ........,.....,.....,.....,. 32, 57, 58
813 N. 11th Ave., Melrose Park, Ill.
SCHNEIDER, SHIRLEY .........,... ...46, 59
Davenport, North Dakota
SCHOOT, GEORGE ............,... I . .46
R.1+'.D. NO. 2, 'l'Omah, W'isconsIn
SCHRIVER, ELDON ,...,....,.... .,. . 39, 58
SCHROEDER, CARL ..,.,...,....,,..,....,. 39, 104, 107
2716 S. Monroe Blvd., Dearborn, Mich.
SCI-1L'G, MRS. INIARY
324 S. Loomis St., Naperville, 111.
SCHWANDT, BERNICE .......,...,.... ,,.. 4 6, 64, 77
SCI-IWEPPE, HARVEY ..,.. ............ 3 2, 69, 70
SCL'1'l'O, JOSEPH ................ 39, 76, 92, 106, 107, 108
188 Garden St., Lockport, N. Y.
SEDLACEK, JAMES .....................,....,...... 32
224 S. Oak Park Ave., Berwyn, 111.
SEITZ, ROBERT ...,.,.................... 46, 58, 68, 68
230 Cherry St., Mt. Carmel, Ill.
SENGELAUB, MARJORIE ...,.,.,.... .... 4 6, 64
Reed City, Michigan
SETH, DOROTHY ...........................,... 33, 77
8137 Crandon Ave., Chicago, Ill.
SHATZER, WILLIAM ...,..., 33, 76, 92, 96, 98, 100, 104
SHEWMARE, FLOYD .......,,.......,....,...... 33, 54
3510 Gunderson Ave., Berwyn, I11.
SHILLING, GILBERT .,..,.,...,,......,,.. 46, 58, 69, 68
R. E. D. NO. 2 Brookville, Pa.
SHOCREY, SAMUEL ...,..,.,...,,. . . 57, 72, 94
2638 Cory Ave., Akron, Ohio
SHOGER, DAvID .....,..,......, ... 37
SHOGER, PHYLIS .,,, ........ 4 6
SIEDSCHLAG, ARLENEM .... 39, 63, 59
SIEWERT, DOROTHX' ..,...,....,..........,.. 33, 59, 74
2767 N. 37th St., Milwaukee, VVis.
SIMMONS, JAMES ................,.........,, 28, 75, 76
3557 Harley Road, Toledo, Ohio
SINGER, ANNA FAYE .........,...,,. .,.. 3 3, 57
102 Pennsylvania Ave., Holton, Kansas
SIR, KENNETH .,....,.........,..... 46
4156 Barry Ave., Chicago, Ill.
SMITH, ALICE ........,..,.....,......,,. ..., 3 9, 68
R. F. D. No 2, Box 62, Faribault, Minn.
SMITH, CURTIS ..,.,,...,............,.. .... 3 3, 69
SMITH, ELAINE .,.......,..,................. 39, 68, 74
Route No 3, Box 63, Aurora, Illinois
SMITH, EVELYN .,.,,,.........,.......,,...,.. 33, 72
142 N. Washington St., Naperville, Ill.
SMITH, FREDERICK .,.,,........,,........... 47, 64, 94
1917 Olive Ave., Flint, Mich.
SMITH, HARRX' ,....,....., 33, 53, 76, 92 96, 98, 104
SMITH, LAWRENCE .....,..,..,.,,......, .,., 3 9, 56
R. E. D. No 2, Naperville, Illinois
SOURUP, ERWIN ................,....,,.. ......... 4 7
915 Gary Court, VVheatOn
SPENCER, WESTON ,.,......,...... 39, 76, 92, 102,
22571 Edison, Dearborn, Mich.
SPIEGLER, INIADGE ..,...,.....,.......,.. 34, 57, 59,
112 N. Columbia, Naperville
726 Edgehill, Ave., Ashland, Ohio
STAHL, MARIAN ......,...,.......,.., 39, 51, 64, 77, 68
Prairie View, Ill.
STARR, PAUL ..,. I ......,. 39, 51, 57, 75, 76, 100, 101
1129 Prairie St, Elkhart, Ind. H
STARR, EDVVIN ...,,.,.......,........,.,..., 47, 55, 57
331 Western Ave., Aurora
STECREL, JAMES .......,..
STEFFEN, EILEEN .,...
STEEN, RONALD .... ....,............,..,.
816 N. VVheaton Ave., VVheaton, Ill
STEPHENS, ESTHER ....,.........,,...,. .... 3 9
STERN, JEANNE ........,.,,......... .... 3 9
127 W. 9th Ave., Naperville, Ill.
STETZEL, DORIS .....,.....,.....,.... ..... 3 3, 74
STOLTENBERG, DONALD ................,..... 47, 57, 56
5708 Lyman Ave., Downers Grove
STONE, GEORGE. .28, 51, 52, 54, 76, 57, 74, 75, 100, 102
1119 S. Lombard, Oak Park, Ill.
STOTT, MARIG.AlL ,..................,..,........... 33
239 E. Roosevelt Rd., Wheaton, Ill.
STRAWE, BETTY .....,.....,......,... ..,. 3 3, 74
220 N. Julian, Naperville, Ill.
STUDER, WARREN ......,..,..,.....,... ,........ 3 9
133 W. Benton, Naperville, Ill.
SWIFT, VIRGINIA ..........,.....,........... 40, 72, 77
428 Commonwealth Ave., Aurora, Ill.
IINANGNEY, JAMES ................. ,..... .... 4 7 , 56
770 George Ave., Aurora, Ill.
TARBOX, MARSTON ................ ..... 4 7, 94
Shill Lake, Wis.
TAY'LOR, ARTHUR ................. ..... 3 3, 75
115 S. Loomis, Naperville, Ill.
TAYLOR, GLORIA ...............,...... .... 4 7, 68, 74
115 S. Loomis, Naperville, Ill.
FFAYLOR, PATRICIA .......................... 40, 77, 87
1510 N. Macomb St., Monroe, Mich.
THOMPSON, JAMES .......................... 47, 57, 94
443 Taylor Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
THOMPSON, MAE ....,........,.,.... .... 3 3
THOMSEN, FRANK ,......,.. .......47
Sun Prairie, Wis.
THORNE, DEWITT ............................. 47, 94
Aurora Nat. Bank Building, Aurora, Ill.
TOUSELY, HARRIET. . ..................... .... . 40
206 E. Madison, Wheaton, Ill.
TOPAL, RICHARD ............,......,.. ......... W
Fox Lake, Ill.
TOVEY, MARGARET .....................,... 40, 59, 68
708 W. Breckenridge, Ferndale, Mich.
TRUESDELL, SUE ....................... ..,,... 4 7
2325 Buena Vista, Detroit, Mich.
TUCK, ROBERT ........,...........,. ..... 4 0
171 Wilson St., Batavia, Ill.
UEBELE, ROBERT .....,........................ 47, 57
405 Michigan St., Port Washington, Wis.
VAN SELUS, VIOLA .......................... 40, 72, 77
428 E. Canant St., Portage, Wis.
VAUGHAN, WILLIAM ................... ....... 4 7
814 Hillside Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
WACRER, ROLAND ......,..,........, ...,. 4 0
6953 S. Park Ave., Chicago, Ill.
WAGNER, WILLIAM ..,........... ..... 40
221 Benton, Naperville, Ill.
WALCR, HERMAN ...........,...... ..,....... 4 7
704 Park Place, Sterling, Ill.
WALKER, SARAH ALICE ................... 33, 55, 56, 81
15 Orchard St., Lockport, N. Y.
WALLACE, BI-I'I"l'Y ......................... ..... VN '
R. F. D., St. Charles, Ill.
WARNOCK, DONALD ..,.....................,...... 47
531 N. LaGrange Rd., La Grange Pk., Ill.
WEDswORTH, THOM. . .................. 40, 60, 96, 98
WEGNER, GRACE. ................................. 47
421 Sherman St., Fond du Lac, Wis.
WEIER, LAWRENCE ............................ 42, 94
1035 S. Lombard Ave., Oak Park, Ill.
WELLNER, CHARLOTTE ....,.............. ..... 4 0
360 Highland Ave., Naperville, Ill.
WELTY, ROBERT .................................. 47
WHITE, WILLIAM ............ 34, 58, 76, 92, 106, 107, 108
23 N. May St., Aurora, Ill.
WICKWIRE, GUY .............................. 33, 75
515 W. Hurlbut Ave., Belvidere, Ill.
WILKINS, ANITA ............................ 33, 54, 55
511 Gary Ave., VVheaton, Ill.
WHITEHEAD, ELIZABETH .............
214 Ravine Rd., Hinsdale, Ill.
WILLIAMS, GOWAN ................ ....... 4 7
389 Main St., Glen Ellyn, Ill.
WINEMILLER, JACK .................... .... 3 3, 54, 56
151 N. Ellsworth, Naperville, Ill.
WINTER, EVELYN ................... ....... 4 7
5608 S. Green, Chicago, Ill.
WOLEI-', JOHN .................. ,.... 4 0
R. R. 2., Naperville, Ill.
WOLF, MARCIA ......................... ,... 4 0, 74
213 Abbeyfeale Rd., Mansfield, Ohio
WOMER, FRANK ...,,...........,....... ..... 4 0
528 Grant St., Niles, Mich.
WARNER, MARGARET .,...,............ ..,.. 4 7
205 N. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill.
WRIGH'I', TANYA ........,.....,...,..... ...,. 3 3
5047 Dorchester Ave., Chicago, Ill.
WRIGHT, WILMA ...................... ..... 4 7
W. Main St. Clinton, Ill.
YENERICH, WALLACE ............................,. 40
YOUNG, MALCOM ........ 33, 54, 67, 70, 75, 106, 107
427 So. Main, Culver, Ind.
ZACHMAN, MILDRED ................ .,.. 4 0, 74, 77
722 S. Prospect, Marion, Ohio
ZROUT, WILLIAM ........................... ..... 4 7
4901 Belmont Rd., Downers Grove, Ill.
ZURBRIGG, NORMAN ......................
Gowanstown, Ontario, Canada
AIR ACTIVITIES AIRPORT ....
A. H. BEIDELMAN .........
O. J. BEIDELMAN ...........
BOECKER COAL Sz GRAIN ....
BOECKER MEN,S WEAR ....
CARL BROEKER Sz CO .......
BURGMEIR BOOK BINDERY .,..
BUYER,S GUIDE ..............
CHICAGO FENCE QQ EQUIPMENT
CITY MEAT MARKET .........
CROMER MOTOR CO ..........
CYCLONE MANUFACTURING CO ..... ..
DENTISTS DIRECTORY .........
DEVOE clz RAYNOLDS CO., INC.
DIETER dz GETZ ..............
DUPAGE BOILER WORKS ..I...
EBY-YOUNGEN CO. .......I. .
EVANGELICAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
EVERSON MANUFACTURING CO.
WM. H. FLENTYE clz CO ..,....
FRANKLIN COUNTY COAL CO. .
FOUCEKyS DRUG STORE .......
THE GLASS HOUSE .......,.
THE GIBSON STUDIOS ....
F. S. GOETZ ....,.....
HANLEY NASH SALES .......
HOME LAUNDRY .......,.....
JAHN :Sz OLLIER ENGRAVERS. . .
IiEINER,S MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP. .
IQELLER HEART LUMBER dz FUEL CO .Y..
IQOVER IQRAFT COVERS .......
KROEHLER MANUFACTURING CO .... . .
KRUEGER AGENCY .,........Y
THE LAST WORD .............
LEWIS SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS ...Y .
LINDBLUM,S RESTAURANT .....
MA BROWN,S RESTAURANT ....
MAIN FOOD STORE .........
Index of Advertisers
. . 145 MAZZA CLEANERS ..,..........,..... .
. 148 MCELROY'S .........................
. . 140 MIDWEST ATHLETIC CLUB DINING ROOMS
. . 147 MIGHELL MOTOR. CO .........,...... .
. . 150 MONARCII FOODS .................... .
. . 140 MOORE LUMBER dz SUPPLY CO ,.Y.Y . . .
132 MOSER BUSINESS COLLEGE .... . . .
149 NAPER r1IHEATRE ............, . . .
153 NAPEIIVILLE CLARION ........., . . .
146 NAPERVILLE CANDY IQITCHEN ..... . . .
141 NAPERVILLE RECREATION ..... . . .
150 NAPERVILLE SUN ......... . . .
137 CLYDE C. NETZLEY CO .... .. .
133 N. C. C. BOOK STORE.. . . .. .
145 OTITERPOHL DAIRY CO. . . . . .
132 PERRIJS GARAGE .......... . . .
142 PHYSICIANS DIRECT-ORY .... . . .
PINE IQNOT .............. . . .
128-129 PRINCE CASTLES ....... . . .
153 PURE QIL CO ............... . . .
130 RANG,S MENIS SHOP ........., . . .
147 RASSWEILER HARDWARE CO. . . . . .
. . 136 RIFE CLEANERS ................ . . .
. . 141 ROGERS PRINTING CO ............ . . .
. . 154 JOHN A. SCHMIDT, INVESTMENTS ....., .
. . 136 SCHULER-BRAUM COMPANY, INC .... . . .
. . 144 SCHOMER ELECTRIC CO ......... . . .
131 C. L. SCHWARTZ LUMBER CO .... . . .
156 SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO ...... . . .
138 CHAS. SHIFFLER Sz SONS ..... . . .
131 SOVERIEGN,S BAKERY ...... . . .
137 SPECTRUM CO. .......... . . .
STEWARTS, INC. .... . . .
TASTY BAKERY ...... . . ,
WATT clz GILLOGLY ...................
WEBER7S DAIRY .....................
WESTERN UNITED GAS dz ELECTRIC CO. .
. 153 WIESBROCK GARAGE ..................
. R. H. YACKLEY ...... ........
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