North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)
- Class of 1950
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GOLDSPOHN HALL OLD MAIN
"Where action and reaction tal4e place" "What hosts of treasured mem'ries
the name recalls"
CARNEGIE LIBRARY PFEIFFER HALL
"There is no past, so long as books "Music hath charms to sooth the
shall live"-Bulwer. savage breast"-Congreve.
KROEHLER HOUSE KROEHLER HALL
BOLTON HALL KAUFMAN HALL
JOHNSON HALL MERNER FIELDHOUSE
FORT HILL CAMPUS HEATHERTON
Give me not the crowded places,
Give me not the city's hum,
Give me not the worried faces
Which to worldly seekers come.
Give me woods and lalces cmd mountains,
Give me God's clean air to breathe,
Give me streams and forest mountains
Where nature speaks and men believe.
Give me scents which come from pine tops
Give me gold from sunrise cloud,
Give me diamonds caught in dew-drops,
Freedom to pause and thinlc aloud.
Give me trust in fellow-being,
Give me friends in time of need,
Give me eye's beauty seeing,
Then Shall l be blessed indeed.
-From Verses of 1937, Stan Walden
To E. N. HIMMEL
Professor of Botany
Who reflects the cheerful, amiable atmosphere that permeates N.C.C ....
Who is a friend to all . . . Who has proven himself as integral a part of the college
as Old Main . . . We, the Class of 1950 dedicate our Spectrum.
HE Class of 1950 has secured the services of HN. C. Carclinali' to cast his
proud eye over the vast domain of North Central College, and present to
you, the Student Body, an accurate account of his observation.
The Editors must admit they were rather nervous as they approached this
refined and dignified bird who will not even stoop to soil his feet by walking on the
ground. However, they dropped their democratic pride, accepted his superiority,
and treated him with humble respect.
"NC," was perched on the Senior Circle taking full advantage of the warm sun.
l'lis brilliant colors made us aware of our drab appearance, his poise caused us to
seem miserably awkward. As he saw us approaching he commenced with a strong,
rich whistle, like the high notes ofa fife, Ucheo-cheo-cheo-cheo," repeated over and
over as if to make perfect the start of the song he is about to sing, suddenly he stopped,
and we found that there was to be no glorious performance after all, only a prelude
As we talked to "Red" we realized that he wasn't actually such a bad old bird
after all. l'le told us how he had watched N.C.C. for countless years. l'low he had
witnessed laughter as well as tears.
We uttered a sigh of grateful relief as he agreed to make a tour of our campus.
With a nod of his bright head he spread his luxuriously red wings and took off to
begin his research on N.C.C.
The Spectrum Staff has faithfully recorded every detail that Mr. Cardinal has
supplied. The Senior Class proudly presents, "A Bird's Eye View of North Central
This past year of 1949-1950 has been Dr. C. Harve Geiger's Fourth year as President of North
Central College. Since he took ohlice the same year the class of 1950 entered college, the half century
class claimed him this year as a senior and one ofthem. Fortunately Pres.Geigerwill notgraduate and
leave North Central but he has worn a blaclc derby this' past year which made him distinctly asenior.
ln 1922 Dr. Geiger received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Chicago, in 1928
his Master of Arts degree from Harvard University, and in 1940 his Doctor of Philosophy degree
from Columbia University. He also studied at Manchester College, North Manchester, indiana.
His experience as a leader in the Field of education was gained while he was Acting President
and Dean of Coe College, Cedar Rapids, iowa. A
His extensive travels through the Mid-west delivering addresses for many civic and educational
groups and churches have served to focus attention on North Central and to encourage additional
President Geiger's calm and dignified manner has assured many a troubled student and faculty
member. He has proved a helpful and understanding president For North Central College.
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Harold E. White, B.A.,
Professor of English
The Spectrum Staff wishes to take this opportunity to pay recog-
nition to a faculty member who has endeared himself to every
student on campus . . . whose intellect is exceeded only by his
charm . . . whose vast repertoire of lcnowledge is a challenge to
every student on campus . . . To Harold lf. White, l'lead of the
English Department, we respectfully pay tribute.
Row 1 Cleft to right,
Harvey Siemsen, Vice President, Public
Relations and Finance, B.A., BD.
W. G. Schendel, Business Manager.
C. E. Erffmeyer, Dean, Senior Advisor
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Alice Meier, Dean of Women, Associ-
ate Professor of German, B.A., M.A.
Charles C. Hower, Registrar, Professor of
Classics, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
George Titman, Comptroller
Row 2 fleft to rightl
Hildrecl Nienstedt, Librarian
l-lelen Robinson, Reference Librarian,
Mrs. Florence Koeder, Instructor in Sec-
Mrs. Bernice Koehler Smith, Book Store
Nell Schar, Assistant Registrar
Mrs. Alice Watson, Secretary in Busi-
Row 3 Cleft to rightj
Mrs. Anita Sachs, Secretary to the Presi-
Mrs. Evelyn Wendling l-lower, Secretary
in the President's Office
Mrs. jean E. Schmidt, Secretary to the
Betty St. Angelo, Secretary to the
Mrs. Diane Duvigneaud,Assistant Pro-
fessor of Art and Design
Claude C. Pinney, Professor of Piano and
Row 1 Cleft to rightl
William H. l-leinmiller, Professor of Social
Science. A.B., A.M.
Walter K. Klass, Professor of Philosophy
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
William H. McClure, Professor of History
A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
John Pfau, Instructor of History
Row 2 Cleft to rightj
N. W. McGee, Professor of Political Science
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
john A. Beklcer, Professor of Economics
Arthur De Long, Associate Professor of
Psychology. BS., M.A., Ph.D.
Keith R. Jewell, Instructor in Psychology
Cpart-timel. AB., M.A.
Row 3 Cleft to rightl
Allan Schwarz, Professor of Education
A.B., M.A., Ed.D.
Milton W. Bischoff, Associate Professor of
Bible and Religious Education
B.A., BD., M.A., Ed.D.
Charles H. Keller, Professor of Commerce
and Business Administration
A.B., BD., M.E., Ph.D.
Eggert Giere, Instructor of Commerce and
Economics. B.A., M.A.
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Row 4 Cleft to rightj
lrvin A. Koten, Professor of Chemistry
B.A., M.S., Ph.D.
Edward M. Schap, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Allen D. Page, Assistant Professor of Physics
Row 5 Cleft to rightj
Edward N. Himmel, Professor of Botany and Assistant Pro
fessor of Education. B.S., MS.
Harold J. Eigenbrodt, Professor of Zoology
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Warren N. Keclc, Professor of Biology
B.A., M.S., Ph.D.
Row 6 Cleft to right,
Mary Anice Seybold, Professor of Mathematics
B.A., M.A., Ph.DJ
Herbert Beck, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Carl Cardin, Professor of Engineering Science
Row 4 Cleft to rightj
George Luntz, Director of School of Music and Professor
of Voice. Mus.B., Mus.M.
Helen Watson, Professor of Theory
B.A., Mus.B., Mus.M.
Lauritz Bjorlie, Assistant Professor of Instrumental Music
Row 5 Cleft to rightj
Mary Louise Hargis, Instructor in Voice
Ned Gardner, Instructor in Piano
B.M., B.M.E., M.M.
Marcyl Wyle, Instructor in Music Education
Row 6 Cleft to rightj
Lester C. Belding, Professor of Physical Education and
Director of Athletics. B.S., M.A.
E. W. Olson, Assistant Professor of Physical Education for
Cleo Tanner, Assistant Professor of Physical Education and
Physical Director for Women. B.S., M.A.
Row 1 Cleft to right,
Elizabeth Wiley, Associate Professor of
English. B.A., M.A.
Mrs. Ella Schroeder Dute, Instructor in
English. B.A., M.A.
Richard N. Eastman, Assistant Professor of
English. B.A., M.A.
David S. Noss, lnstructor in English
Row 2 Cleft to right,
Annette Sicre, Professor of Romance Lan-
guages. Brevet Elementaire, Brevet
Superieur, Certificate d'aptitude Peda-
gogique, Diplome d'art decorativ
Mrs. Helen Reese Luntz, Professor of
Romance Languages. B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Paul Schach, Professor of German
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Violet Bergquist, Assistant Professor of
Spanish. B.A., M.A.
Row 3 Cleft to rightj
Florence Quilling, Professor of l-lome Eco-
nomics. BS., M.A.
Luella jurrens, Assistant Professor of Home
Economics. B.S., M.S.
GLbyAEugene Oliver, Professor of Speech
jogegh Coffer, Instructor of Speech
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Left to Right Gordon Maechtle Treas
urer PaulStrf'fler Vice President Nancy
Thompson Secretary Floyd Thompson
President rm Wolf Mens Rep and
Mary Lee Sremsen Woman s Rep
Derby Days were Senior Days this past year
Our Senior Distinction consisted of black derbys
forthe men and white toms lor the women worn
by all seniors every Friday A new system this
year for settling class business was the
enior Questionnaire which every Senior re
cerved at the beginning ol school It was a
qurclc and easy system For determining class
opinion without the necessity of numerous class
meetings Another innovation was the round
bulletin board especially For senior announce
ments called the Qenror Circle
Long remembered by the Class of 50 will be
their supersized Halloween party called Spoolc
Night at Ghoul s Castle
Came the second semester and all School
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Talent Shows to give many of us a chance to
display our abilities.
s Remember the lun of putting on our class play,
"Green Pastures," and who can forget Senior
ditch day when we all piled in cars For a grand
picnic at an unknown destination.
Fondly our thoughts return to the Jr.-Sr. Ban-
quet held in the spacious Elmhurst Country Club.
We wound up the yearwith two Seniorfhapels,
one lor out l.ast Will and Testament, and one
for our Class Prophecy.
Then came "Cap and Gown Day." Gravely
we marched down the aisle toward those well
earned diplomas, a little sad, maybe, to thinlc
ol what we'd leave behind, very happy with the
the thought ol what we were taking with us.
"At Your Service"
JAMES BLOY E
B.A., B.M. Music
B.S. Physical Education
B.S. General Science
B.S. Physical Education
"Heart Belongs to
CAM of 1950
B.A. Economics, Com-
"Ah, Sweet Mystery"
Cfaaa o 7950
B.S. Physical Education,
B.S. General Science
"Pride and joy"
B.S. General Science
B.S. English, Science
"Five Minutes More'
B.S. Physical Education
B.A. Biology, French
"Beauty and Brains"
Cfw of 1950
B.S. General Science
"Meek and Mild"
B,S. Physical Education
"Mind over Matter"
B.A. Zoology, English
"Never a Dull
"Peck 'o Patience"
B.A. English, Biology
"Full of Fun"
B.A. Speech, English
B.S. Physical Education
"Head of the House
B.A. English, History
670155 0 7950
B.A. Home Economics
"A Good joe"
DALE GRANTMAN ROBERT GRIESINGER
"Calm, Cool and
"Hove a Heart"
"I Ought to Know"
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"Precise and Nice"
BS. Home Economics
"Modest and Discreet"
HAROLD HAWKINS MARGARET HEALD
aaa of 1950
"Touch of Texas"
gfaaa 0 7950
"Short and Sweet"
"Steady of Heart"
'Sitting and Knitting"
B.S. Physical Education
B.S. English, Sociology
aaa 0 7950
"All Accounted F
Cfcwd of 1950
"Frolic and Fun"
B.S. Physical Education
"Touch ol Genius"
PAUL LINDHOLM .
B.A. Home Economics
"Man ol Means"
B.A. English, History
"Lady ofthe Lake"
B.A. Spanish, English
aaa of 7950
"Full of Fun"
"Brains and Brown"
"At Your Service"
Cfaaa of 7 95
B.S. Physical Education
B.A. Bible, Religious
B.A. English, Bible
B.S. Physical Educa-
Ulall, Divinely Fair"
A.B. History, German
B.S. Physical Education
"A Good Skate"
aaa 0 7950
"Dashing and Daring
"Not of this World"
B.A. Social Science,
Cjfaaa of 7950
B.S. Zoology, General
B.S. Physical Education
"Charlie my Boy"
B.S. Physical Educa-
B.A. English, Music'
B.S. Physical Educa-
"Red Streak of
"Pert and Pretty"
"Tall and Terrific"
B,S. General Science,
"My Car and I"
"Gem of Genius
aaa 0 7950
"Man of Distinction"
B.A. English, Biology
B.A. Physical Educa-
"What's up, Doc?"
aaa of 7950 l
B.S. Home Economics
B.S. Physical Educa-
B.S. Home Economics
"Sweet and Shy"
B.M.E. Mus. Education
aaa of 7950
MARGUERITE WARREN ZEISS JAMES CLENDENIN
ZARFOS B.S. General Science B.A. Speech
B.A. Bible, Religious "Sell-Sufficient" "Man with Big Ideas"
eniom Wall lqcfurec!
B.S. English, Science
"Nice to Know"
B.S. Physical Education, Commerce
B.S. Physical Education
B.A. History, Commerce
BS. Physical Education
B.S. English, Science
ABE, VVILLIAM J.
ANDERSON, LAWRENCE A.
Class Vice-President 25 Track 1, 2. 3, 45 Football 1. 3. 42
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 1, 2. 3, 45 ZO0lO23' Clgb 1- 2- 3- 42
Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, President 45 Captain TYSC -19 181112 RCN 4-
BACKER ROBERT F. I 5
Oshkosh State Teachers College 1, 25 Choir 1. 5011111 Central
College 3, 45 Choir 25 Commerce Club 3, 45 Wisconsin Booster
BATES, GERALD R.
BECKER, CLINTON O.
Saeger Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Mooseh art. Teachers 25 Veterans
Club 1, 2.
BERG, JAMES W. 5
Chapel Choir 1, 2: Band 1, 2. 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: 119115
Glee Club 1. 25 Ensemble Singers 35 Festival Chorus 3. 45 Concert
Chorus 45 Radio Club 4.
BERGER. JOHN N. . 5 5
I Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 25 Cyc Council Presi-
BEYLER, ALLEN E.
Cheerleaders 1. 2, 3, 4.
BICKLEY. THEODORE G. 5
Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Ohio
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 International Relations Club 3, 4.
BLAKESLEE, JABIES R.
Chronicle 1.2, 3, 45 Spectrum 1, 2, 3, 4.
BLOEDE, LOUIS WV. W
Band 1, 2, 35 Men's Glee Club 1, 2. 35 Festival Chorus 35 Wis-
consin Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 25 Track Manager 15
Athletic Equipment Manager 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3. 45 Spec-
trum 15 Chronicle 1, 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 3, .Associate Editor
45 Green Leaves 15 French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 History Club 1, 3, -15
YMCA Cabinet 2, 35 Sigma Tau Delta 3, 45 English Assistant5
Mens Representative 4.
BOETTCHER, ORRIS C.
River Falls State Teachers College 1, 25 Football 1, 22 Bfwktf-
ball 1, 25 R-Club 1. 25 North Central College 3, 45 Football 3, 45
Varsity Club 3. 4, Treasurer 4.
BOGGESS, ROBERT R.
BOURLAND, HOVVARD R.
BRAUN, RiICHARD J.
Michigan Booster Club 1, 2. 3. 4, President 25 Biology Club
3, 45 Beta Beta Beta 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3.
BRAWDERS, JOHN RI.
Chapel Choir 1, 25 Chemistry Club 1, 2, 35 Zoology Club 1, 2.
BRITTAN, CHARLES VV,
BRITTAN, JOHN L.
BROWN, DALE R.
BIQNSE. ERMA R.
Sigma Rho Gamma 3, 45 Ensemble Singers 2, 35 VVomen's
Glee Club 35 Concert Chorus 45 Festival Chorus 3, 45 K-Oklamo
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Moose-
heart Teachers 2, 35 YWCA Cabinet 45 'Y' Social Service Com-
BURCH, LEONARD E.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
B URKHOLDER, GERALD
BURNS, EDWARD W.
CARLSON, ALAN H.
Kearney State Teachers College 1, 25 North Central College
3, 45 SAACS 3, 4.
CHADESH, ROBERT J,
CHAKY, PAULINE O.
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chapel Choir 1, 25 Pi Gamma Mu 3, 45 Student
Volunteers 1, 2, 35 Ohio Booster Club Secretary 2, 3.
CLENDENIN, JAMES S.
COBB, RUTH E.
VSAA 1. 2, 3. 4, Secretary 35 Band 1. 2, 35 Commerce Club 2,
3, 45 Chapel Choir 1, 25 Indiana Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
CONKLIN, GWEN J.
x-Minnesota Trio 1, 2, Deputationg Chapel Choir 1, 2, 35
Girls Glee-Club 15 YWCA Cabinet 25 Mooseheart Teachers
1, 2, 35 Social Committee 3, 45 President Womens Student Ad-
visory Council 2.
COOPER, THOMAS W., JR.
COUNTRYMAN, VVILLIAM C.
TY?-Ck 1- 3' 42 Cross Country 1, 2. 3, 45 Chemistry Club 3, 45
Varsity Club 4.
COWEN, JOHN S., JR.
CROSS, NORRIS A.
Biology Club 3, 45 VarsityAClub 1, 2, 3, 45 Foot.ball 1, 2, 3, 45
All Conference 2, 3, 45 Captain 3, 45 Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4.
DAVV, JANET A.
Zoology Club 1, 2. 35 VVAA 1, 2. 3, 4, Board of Control 35 Girl's
Glee Club 1, 25 Chapel Choir 1, 25 Spectrum Staff 2, 3, Business
Manager 45 History Club 1.
DEMOTT, JAMES M.
5 Flint Junior College 15 Flint. Symphony Orchestra 15 Choir 15
Student Director of Choir 15 North Central College 2, 3, 45 Base-
ball hlanager 2, 3, 45 Swimming Trainer 25 Sigma Rho Gamma 2.
Band 2, 35 Men's Glee Club 25 Chapel Choir 2, 45 Saeger Asso-
ciation 2, 3. 45 Festival Chorus 45 Varsity Club 3. 45 Stat? An-
nouncer WNCC 45 Silent Chapel Committee,
Mens Glee Club 1, 25 Chapel Choir 3, 45 Biology Club 45 Vet-
eran'S Club 1, 2.
DIEKVOSS, TALMAGE J.
Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 History Club 1.
DUCKWORTH, PHILIP D.
ECKARDT, MARILYN D.
Chapel Choir 1, 25 French Club 1, 2, 3. 4, President 25 Biology
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 45 Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, Secretary 45
Honors Society 3, 45 Sophomore Counseling.
EGAN, ROBERT K.
EIGENBRODT, DOROTHY L.
Chapel Choir 1, 2, 35 Women's Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Triple Trio 35
Festival Chorus 3, 45 Concert Choir 45 Student Council 45' YW CA
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 45 French Club 1, 22 M1Im'f'50ta
Booster Club 15 Treasurer 2, 3, 45 Honors Society 3, President 4.
ENCK, ROBERT NV.
History Club 15 Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Beta Beta Beta 3, 45
Chemistry Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1.
ERWIN, CLYDE V.
Swimming 2, 4.
ESTER, LELAND D. ,
VVSSF Co-chairman 35 Y Cabinet 35 Beta Beta Beta 45 Chronlclc
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 45 Vice President 3.
FEAVER, LAVVERENCE E. l
Purdue University 1, 25 Band 1, 25 Alpha Chi Rho North
Central 3, 45 Mens Glee Club 3.
FENDER, JAMES W.
VVrit-er's Club 3, 4.
FENNER, DONALD D. D 0
Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chapel Choir 1, 25 VHYSITY Club 1' 'i
3, 45 Football hIgr. 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming hlgr. 1.22 Seatlff AFM'
ciation 3, 45 VVisconsin Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 35 I'eStlV21l
Chorus 35 Traveling Squad of lNIen's Glee Club 3, -1.
FENSKE, THEODORE 5 Q 5
Y.M.C.A. Treasurer 35 Student Council 45 Forensic 1. ... 3, 4-
Alpha Psi Omega 3, 45 Pi Kappa Delta 3, 45 Radio Club 3. -lf
FINKE, RUSSELL E.
Zoology Club 1, 25 History Club 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1-
FRANK, GLENN R. , A I
Football 1, 2, 45 Track 1, 2. 45 Golf 3, 45 Varsity Club Z. 3. 4.
Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Railroad Club 3, 4.
FRANK, MURIEL von VV.
Chapel Choir 1, 25 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Student
Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 45 hiooseheart Teacher 3.
FRESHLEY, DVVIGHT L.
Band 13 Class President 1, 23 Ohio Booster Club, Vice-President
23 French Club 1, 2, 3, President 33 Alnha Psi Omega 2, 3, 43
Sigma Tau Delta 3. 43 Homecoming Co-Chairman 33 Honor
Society 3, 43 Social Committee Chairman 33 Debate 2, 33 Oratory
33 YMCA Cabinet 2, 33 Mooseheart Teachers 33 Spectrum Staff 43
Radio Club 3, 43 Student Body President 43 Chronicle 23 Glee
glub 2, 33 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Festival Chorus 33 Pi Kappa Delta
- , 4.
GABEL, WALLACE P.
GASSER, ELAINE M.
Glee Club 1, 2. 33 Chapel Choir 1, 2, 33 Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 43
Pi Gamma Mu 43 History Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Volunteers
I., 26 3, 43 YWCA Cabinet 33 Religious Life Council 33 Chronicle
GILMAN, PAUL E.
Indiana Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 43 YMCA Cabinet 3, 43 Seager
Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3.
GRANDLIENARD, JOSEPH C.
YMCA Activities Co-Chairman 2, 33 Social Committee 2, 33
Seager .Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 23 College Day Co-
Chairman 33 Homecoming Committee 33 Election Commissioner
43 Student Council 43 Senior Distinction Chairman 43 N.S.A. 3, 4.
GRANTMAN, DALE J.
GRIESINGER, ROBERT P,
"Macbeth" 33 "Comedy of Errors" 33 "Gentleman from Athens"
GRIFFITH, KEITH L.
Band 1, 2, 43 TYB3.SUYE'l'3 Student Volunteers 23 Mooseheart
Teachers 23 Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Nebraska Booster Club:
Alpha Psi Omega 3, 43 "Comedy of Errors" 3.
HAGMAN. LOIS J.
Commerce Club 2, 3, 43 Commerce Kev Club 3, 43 Pi Gamma
Mu 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 WAA 3, 4.
HALBECK, FRANK X.
Commerce Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Commerce Key Club 3, 4.
HANNAN, VVILLIAM T.
Football 1, 23 Track 23 Basketball 1, 23 Commerce Club 3, 4.
HANSEN. EDVVARD J.
Chapel Choir 1, 2, 43 Glee Club 23 Festival Choir 4.
HARRER, RICHARD G.
HARRIS, NORMA J,
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Girl's
Glee Club 33 Spectrum Staff 3, 43 International Relations Club 43
Bowling League 4.
HARRISON, RICHARD G.
Commerce Key Club 3, 43 Commerce Club 1, 2, 33 International
Relations Club 33 Spectrum Y., 23 Business Manager Spectrum 33
Student Council 33 Publications Board 3.
HART, GEORGE A.
HAUCK, ROLAND D.
University of Chicago 1, 2, 33 Basketball 2, 33 North Central
College 43 Chemistry Clubg Alpha Psi Omega3 Football3 TI'HCkQ
HAWBECKER, HUBERT K.
Commerce Club 2, 3, 4.
HAWKINS, HAROLD B.
Men 's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club
1, 33 Golf 13 Chapel Choir 13 N.S.A. 3.
HEALD, MARGARET L.
Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 YVVCA 3, 43 Fellowship Com-
mittee 4i Zoology Club 3.
HELTIVIAN, MARNA J.
French Club 1, 23 History Club 1, 23 Radio Club 3, 43 Com-
merce Club 2, 3, 43 Sigma Rho Gamma 23 Chapel Choir 1, 23
XCXAIA 3, 3 Vice-President Commerce Club 43 Secretary Radio
u 3 4.
HEWITT, CHESTER J.
Football 2, 33 Track 1, 23 Writer-'s Club 2, 3, 4, President 43
Editor of Cardinal 33 Chronicle Staff 2, 33 Rainbow Booster
Club 2, 3, 43 Theatre Guild 3, 4.
HEWITT, FRANCES A.
Manchester College 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Choral Society 1, 23
Band 23 North Central College 3, 43 Women 's Glee Club 33 Chapel
Choir 3, 43 Festival Chorus 3, 43 Sigma Rho Gamma 4.
HIEBER, DONALD VV.
Band 1, 23 Men's Glee Club 1, 23 Commerce Club 2, 3, 43 Bas-
ketball 1, 23 Baseball 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2.
Varsity Club 3, 43 lVriter's Club 3. 4.
Biology Club 1, 3, 43 Women's Glee Club 2, 33 Chanel Choir 13
WAA 1, 23 French Club 1, 23 YWCA Cabinet 3, 43 Alpha Psi
Omega 3, 43 Beta Beta Beta 3, 4.
HOESCH, ALYCE WALTER KMRSJ
Band 1, 23 YWCA 1, 2, 3, 43 Ohio Booster Club, Secretary 23
Drum Major 1, 23 Social Service Chairman 2.
Cheer Leader 1, 2, 33 WAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Spectrum 43 Vlfisconsin
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
JA NZEN, PETER S.
Spanish Club 2, 33 Commerce Club 3, 43 Radio Club 43 Spec-
JELINEK, JOHN S.
Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Commerc Key Club 3, 43
Swimming 2, 33 Intramural Football 33 History Club 23 Social
Committee 3, 43 Student Union Board of Control 3, 43 VVater
JOHNSON. RALPH G.
Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Chronicle 2, 3, 43 Dramatics 2. 3, 43
Chemistry Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Psi Omega 43 Class VVill 43 Advisory
Board Student Council.
"Shake Hands VVith the Devil" 13 Vlfater Ballet 23 History
Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Spectrum Literary StaH 1, 2, 43 French Club
1, 23 DePauw University 3.
JOHNSON, HELEN TOBIN
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Chapel Choir 1, 2, 33 Festival Chorus
3, 43 Ensemble Singers 2, 3, 43 Concert Choir 43 Spanish Club 33
Radio Club 33 WAA 13 Dramatics 1, 2. 3, 43 Alpha Psi Omega
3, 4, Secretarv-Treasurer 43 History Club 23 Debate 33 Spectrum
43 Dormless Damsels 1, 2.
KANTZ, M. DEAN
Commerce Club 2. 3, 43 Commerce Key Club 43 Indiana Booster
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4.
KAVANAUGH, THOMAS VV.
KELLY, JAMES G.
KENNAUGH, JOHN H.
Chaoel Choir 1, 2, 33 Mens Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Festival Chorus
3, 43 College Social Committee 2, 33 YBICA Cabinet 2. 33 YNICA
Vice-President 3, 43 Class Treasurer 23 Business Manager Men's
Glee Club 33 Chronicle 1, 2.
KIDDER, ADA E.
KIRN, DOROTHY J.
Chapel Choir 13 Girl's Glee Club 13 Michigan Booster Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Social Committee 3, 43 Commerce Club 2. 3, 43 Secretary
E133 WAA 1, 23 Chronicle 33 Water Ballet 1, 23 Homecoming Queen's
KLAR, RUSSELL H.
Commerce Club 33 Beauty and the Beast 33 John Loves Mary
33 Radio Club 33 Wisconsin Booster Club 3, 4.
KNAPP, NORMA E.
Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 History Club 1, 2, 33 VVAA 3, 4, Treas-
urer 43 Festival Chorus 3, 43 Triple Tlrio 33 Girl's Glee Club 3, 43
Michigan Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Harmonettes 43
Bolton Hall President 43 Sigma Tho Gamma 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
KNICKERBOCKER, KENNETH P.
KNOPF, SHIRLEY J.
Band 13 French Club 13 Zoology Club 23 VVAA 1, 2, 3, 43 VVAA
Board of Control 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President V.
University of Dubuque 1, 23 Aloha Psi Omega 13 YWCA 13
North Central College 3, 43 Class Secretary 33 VVAA Board 3, 43
Dormless Damsels 23 Social Committee 43 Biology Club 2, 43
KRELL, EUGENE E.
Chapel Choir 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Festival Chorus 43 Inter-
national Relations Cluh 3, 4, President 43 Honor Society 3, 43
Pi Gamma Mu 3, 43 CYF Treasurer 43 History Club 1, 23 YMCA
Career Conference Chairman 3.
KRELL, HARLAND O.
hIen's Glee Club 23 CYF Cabinet 33 YNICA Cabinet 43 Pi
Gamma Mu 3, 43 History Club 1, 23 Chapel Choir 2, 3, 43 Inter-
national Relations Club 2, 33 Festival Chorus 43 Seager Asso-
ciation 2, 3, 4.
KRUPKA, JOSEPH D.
LAHR, LINFORD N,
LANG, WALDO H.
Swimming Team 2, 33 Chronicle 2, 3, 43 Spectrum 3, 43Radio
Club 2, 3, 4.
LAUBENSTEIN, CAROL M.
HQSWFY Club 1, 2, 3, 45 VVisconsin Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Chapel
Choir 1, 25 WAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Spectrum 3, 45 Cheerleader 3.
LIND, JAMES E,
LINDHOLM, PAUL D.
LOCKERT, JACK C.
LOMAS, CHARLES W.
LUBACH, JOHN E.
Football 1. 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 35 Commerce Club 35 Chronicle Staff 3.
LUTZ, MARY K.
Zoology Club 15 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2, 35
Spectrum 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 35 College Day Corn-
m1fff'9,3Z History Club 15 Indiana Boost-er Club 1, 25 Care-niyal
MAECHTLE, ELEANOR KMRSA
Home Economics Club 2, 3, 45 Ohio Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
MAECHTLE, GORDON W.
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Festival Chorus 35
Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 Commerce Key Club 3, 45 Class Treasurer
45 Student Finance Board 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 International
Relations Club 45 Wisconsin Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Veterans
IVIAJSZAK, ALOYSIUS J.
IWARSH, ARTHUR J.
IXIARSHALL, EDYTHE CBREITHAUPTJ
IXIARSHALL, ELSIE I.
Chapel Choir CYF Council 35 YWCA Council 45 History
Club 15 International Relations Club 35 Snow VVhite 25 Beauty
and the Beast 35 Spectrum -1,
IWCGEE, PAUL R.
MEYER, MARLYN E.
Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 Commerce Key Club 3, 45 Intramural
IVIILLER, JOSEPH F.
University of Illinois 519425 Business Staff, Illio5 North Central
College, Commerce Club 2, 35 Commerce Key Club 3, 45 Chronicle
1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 2, 3, 45 Class Shows 1, 2.
INIILLER, OWEN E.
Band 1, Chapel Choir 1, 25 Mens Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Festival
Chorus 35 Seager Association 1, 2, 3. 4.
IVIILLER, RICHARD E.
MILLER URBAN E.
MITCHELL, THOMAS F.
MOORE, GEORGE C.
.St. Joseph Missouri Junior College 15 North Central College,
Biology Club 2, 35 Studen Volunteer 3, 45 Mooseheart Teachers 3.
Dormless Damsels 1, 2, 3, 45 History Club 15 Zoology Club 1.
IXIOY, JOAN E.
Writers Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 45 Chronicle
Stal? 1, 25 French Club 1, 2, 3. 45 Dormless Damsels 1, 2.
NETZLEY, CLYDE C.
OAKES, VVILLIAM C.
OBRECHT, DEAN H.
OERTLI, ANN K.
WAA 2, 35 Board of Control 35 Dormless Damsels 1, 2, 35
Treasurer 35 Zoology Club 15 French Club 15 Spectrum 1, 3, 4,
Associate Editor 45 Social Committee 1, 35 Spanish Club 3.
O'LEARY, JOHN P.
Hosei University tToyko, Japanl5 Class Committee 1, 2, 35
Judo Club 1, 2, 35 Speaking Club 1, 2, 35 President of t-he Student
Body 35 North Central College 45 Student Volunteers 45 VVriters
Club 45 YMCA 45 Youth Fellowship 4.
OTTO, VIRGINIA M.
Cheerleading 1,1 2, 35 Wisconsin Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 VVAA
1, 2, 3, 45 Chronicle 15 Spectrum 3, 45 Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4.
PATTERSON, KENYON P.
PAULIN, HARRY YV.
Lyons.Township Junior College 1, 25 North Central College
3, 45 Swimming 3, 45 Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4.
PETERSON, EVELYN M.
VVAA 1, 2, 35 Chronicle StaFf 1. 2, 35 Student Volunteers 2
Pi Gamma Mu 3, 45 Ohio Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society
3, 45 Mooseheart Teachers 3.
WAA 1, 3, 45 Board of Control 45 Water Ballet 2, 45 Home-
coming Committee 15 Social Committee 2, 3, S cial Chairman 25
Chronicle 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Editor 35 Cheerleader 35 Homecoming
Queen Court 35 Varsity Women's Court 35 lVIay Queen Court 45
Spectrum 45 Zoology Club 35 Minnesota Booster Club 1, 25 Band
15 Chapel Choir 15 Radio Club 4.
PIERSON, RICHARD C.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 3, 45 Football 1, 2. 3, 45 Varsity
Club 2, 3, 4.
PLUMER, ERVVIN H.
History Club 25 YMCA Cabinet 25 Band 15 Seager Association
3, 45 Sigma Tau Delta 4.
PRICE, HOVVARD J.
PRITCHARD, ROGER F.
RAIVISDALE, JOY RI.
Chapel Choir 2, 35 VVAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Chapel Choir
Secretary 35 YWVCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45 Baird
RAYSON, R. LEROY
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mens Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Festival Chorus 3, 45
Chapel Choir 1, 45 Macbeth5 Comedy of Errors5 History Club
45 Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 4,
REINHART, JEAN R. '
Dormless Damsels 1, 2. President 25 Women Student Advisory
Council 25 Secretary Sophomore Class5 VVater Ballet 1, 2, 3.
RETZLAFF, .IAMES P.
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chapel Choir 15 Writers Club 3, 4, Vice-
President 45 Cardinal Associate Editor 45 Chronicle 3, 4, News
Editor 45 Festival Chorus 45 Concert Choir 4.
ROEDERER, STANLEY C.
YMCA Cabinet 1, 2, 35 Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Men's
Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary 25 Chapel Choir 1, 25 French Club
2, 3, 45 Sigma Rho Gamma 35 Chronicle Staff 1, 25 Track 2, 35
ROHLOFF. ELAINE H. I
Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Women's Advisory
Council 25 Ohio Booster Clu 1, 2, 3, 45 Mooseheart Teacher 35
YWCA Deputation Committee Chairman 4.
ROSALES, HELEN MUNN KMRSJ
ROSENDAHL, SHIRLEY M.
WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board of Control, President 4, Vice-President
3, Treasurer 2, Athletic Board of Control 3, 45 Biology Club
1, 25 May Fete Committee, Assistant Chairman 2, Chairman 35
Home Coming Committee 3.
SALATA, RICHARD A.
Track 45 Baseball 45 History Club.
SCHAEFFER, PAUL G.
Swimming Team 1, 25 International Relations Club 2, 35 YMCA
Cabinet 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Student Council 3, 4.
SCHEFFNER, GEORGE '
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 Chapel Choir 1, 25
Festival Chorus 3.
SCHENDEL, DALE T.
Chapel Choir 2, 3, 45 Festival Chorus 45 Track 2, 35 Spectrum
Sports Editor 45 YMCA Publicity Committee 45 Vesper Com-
mittee 45 Commerce Club 3, 4.
SCHENDEL, HAROLD E.
Chronicle Staff 1, 2, 35 Men's Glee Club 1, 25 Zoology Club
2, 3, 45 Chapel Choir 2, 35 Y Activities Committee 35 SAACS 2.
3, 45 The Mikado5 Seager Association 45 Student Volunteers 3,
4, Treasurer 45 Religious Emphasis Week Publicity Chairman 45
YMCA 1, 2, 3, 45 Freshman Talent Show.
SCHUKNECHT, NVARREN N.
SCHUNEMEN, SALLY WINN CMRSJ
Lawrence College 35 North Central College 45 French Club 4.
SEAGREN, JEAN C. 5
History Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 35 Minnesota
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Pi Gamma Mu 3, 45 Y Cabinet
45 Chronicle 1.
SEHE, CHARLES T. D
Zoology Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Beta Beta Beta 45 Chemistry Club 1,
SHAFER, CONSTANCE I.
Northern Illinois State Teachers College 1, 25 Treble Clef 1, 25
Concert Band 1, 25 Pep Band 1, 25 Social Committee 25 Sigma
Sigma Sigma 25 North Central College 3, 45 French Club 3, 4
Dormless Damsels 3, 45 VVYCA 1, 2, 3, 4.
SHILT, RAYIWOND VV.
Mens Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chapel Choir 2, 35 Festival Chorus
3, 45 Concert Choir 45 Radio Club 2, 3, 45 Social Committee 4.
SHIEMSEN, MARY LEE
Sigrna Tau Delt-i 45 Alpha Pei Omeza 3, 45 Senior Class Womens
Representative5 Secretary of Student Council 45 Chapel Choir
1, 2, 3, Secretary 25 Y, Cabinet 45 Beauty and the Bcast5 VVAA 15
May Queen 45 Water Ballet 25 Daisy Mae 2.
SIEVERVT, VVILLIA M F.
SAACS 2, 3, 4, President 45 Biology 3, 4.
SIEVVERT, MILTON O.
Men's Glee Club 1, 25 Chapel Choir 1, 25 Seager Association
1. 25 Zoology Club 1. 2, 3. 45 Chemistry Club 3, 45 SAACS 3, 4.
SIME. JOHN T.
Chronicle 1, 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Zoology Club
2, 3, 4.
SIMPSON, GRACE D.
lBand 15 Dormless Damsels 1, 3. 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Zoology
c un 1.
SOLLENBERGER, ROBERT L.
History Club 45 International Relations Club 3, 4.
SPEVAK, ERVVIN T.
SPONG. GERALD E.
University of Nlinnesota 15 North Central College 2, 3, 45
Football 2, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 2. 3, 45 Varsity Club5
Athletic Board 3, 45 Student Council5 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 History
Club 25 Radio Club 25 President lVIinnesota Booster Club.
SPALTEN, CHARLES J.
University of lVIiami 15 Football 15 Elmhurst College 2, 35
Football 2, 35 North Central College 45 Football 4.
SPRENG, .IARVIS L.
Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Commerce Key Club 3, 45
Co-Chairman VVoe Week 35 Student Comptroller 3, 45 Student
Finance Board 3, 45 Social Committee 3. 45 Finance Chairman
Homecoming 35 Finance Chairman College Day 35 National
Student Association Committee 3. 45 Delegate NSA Congress 45
Student Council ex-othcio 45 Jr. Sr. Banquet Committee 35 Chronicle
Staff 3, 45 Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
ST. ANGELO, GORDON L.
Varsity Debate 1, 2, 3, 45 Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15
YMCA Cabinet 3, 45 Forensic Board Secretary-Treasurer 25
President Forensic Board 35 President Junior Class5 Student
Council 35 Chairman NSA 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Chapel Choir 1, 2.
STANTS, NELSON E.
Seager Association 3, 45 Phi Gamma Mu 3, 45 Mooseheart,
STEHR, GLENN E.
Men's Glee Club 15 Chapel Choir 1, 25 Band 15 Biology Club
2. 3, 4.
STELLING, HARRY R. 4
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3. 45 Sigma
Tau Delta 3, 45 History Club 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
Spanish Club 45 Ensemble Singers 45 Senior Class Play 4.
STENGEL, JAMES L.
STEVENS, EDWARD L.
Seager Association 2, 3, 45 1X1en's Glee Club 2, 3. 45 Festival
Chorus 3, 45 Concert Chorus 45 Chapel Committee 2, 45 Fellow-
ship Committee 45 Religious Emphasis 1Veek 45 Deputation Team
25 Sophomore Talent Show 25 Chairman County Fair 4.
STIBBE, REUBEN T.
Band 1, 2, 35 Commerce Club 3, 45 Track 1, 3, 45 Football 4.
STIFFLER, PAUL E.
THEUER, DONALD A.
Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 Commerce Key Club 3, 45 Track 1,
2, 3, 45 Football 1, 35 Baseball 25 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
25 Chapel Choir 1, 25 lN1en's Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Festival Chorus
3. 45 Concert Choir 45 Senior Class President 35 Pi Gamma Mu
3. 45 Student Director of Public Relations 3, 45 Homecoming
Committee 3, 4.
THOMPSON, FLOYD A.
Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45
Social Committee 3, 45 Homecoming Co-Chairman 35 College Day
Publicity 35 Pep Club Chairman 45 Business Manager Speech
Department 2, 3, 45 T.B. Drive Chairman 2, 3, 45 WSSF 35 Red
Cross 2, 35 Religious Emphasis Week Committee 45 Senior Class
THOMPSON, NANCY I.
French Club 1, 25 Zoology Club 25 YWVCA Cabinet 35 Radio
Club 35 Spectrum 2, 3, 4, Literary Editor 45 Chronicle 3, 45 Chapel
Choir 1, 25 Girl's Glee Club 15 Theater Guild 2, 3, 45 Secretary
Senior Class5 YWCA Publicity Committee 15 Sophomore Women
Advisors 25 Water Ballet 2.
TRAPP, ROLLAND W.
Chapel Choir 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Festival Chorus 3, 45
YMCA tFreshman Work Committee Chairmanl 35 President of
Minnesota Booster Club 35 Co-Chairman College Day 35 All
College Social Committee Chairman 4.
UDEN, ELEANOR J.
Zoology Club 15 History Club 15 Y Vocational Guidance Com-
mittee 35 WAA 3, 45 Y Activities Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club
3, 45 Spectrum Staff 4.
UTZINGER, HAROLD E.
Brainerd Junior College 1, 25 YMCA Silent Chapel Committee
3, 45 North Central College 3, 45 Deputation Committee 3, 45
Joan of Lorraine 35 Seager Association 3, 45 Mooseheart Teachers
35 Minnesota Booster Club Business Manager 45 Student Volun-
teers 3, 45 Men's Glee Club 35 Festival Chorus 3, 4.
Q Girl s Glee Club 1: Chapel Choir 15 Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 45
spectrum 42 HISTOYY Club 15 CYF Council 3.
VALLES, ROBERT E.
VALLES, JEROME M.
VAN ADESTINE, ELIZABETH R.
VAN LANINGHAM, MAURICE R.
VIETH, ARTHUR W.
K' Saeier Association 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 35 President 45
Student Volunteers 1, 2 3, 4, Vice-President 35 History Club 3, 45
Radio Club 35 WSSF Committee 35 YMCA Fellowship Com-
mittee 35 YMCA Prayer Fellowship Cell 1, 2, 3, 4.
WAHI., HELEN L.
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 25 Student Vol-
unteers 1, 2, 3, 45 YWCA Fellowship Committee 45 Social Service
VVALKER, HOWARD E.
Seager Association 1, 2,l3. 45 Indiana Booster Club, Secretary-
TTHHSUUFGF 32 Rellgl0uS Life Council 35 C.T.F. 45 College Day
Committee 35 County Fair Committee 2, 35 YMCA Cabinet
2, 3, Chairman Social Service Committee 2, 35.'Religiou: Emohnis
Week Co-Chairman 4.
WEBER, RALPH C.
Zoology Clu 1, 2, 3, 45 Lab. .Assistant 3, 4.
WEISE, BURTON L.
NVILLIAMS, WALTER T.
VVILTFANG, CHARLES H.
Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 45 Writers Club 1, 2. 3, 45 Spanish Club
3, 45 Chronicle 25 Spectrum 1, 2, 3, Erlit-or-in-Chief 45 Sacial
Committee 25 Theatre Guild Productions 1, 2, 3, 4.
WINQUIST, CLYDE W.
Student Assistant Engineer 3, 4.
WITTY, EARL C., JR.
WOLF, JAMES B.
Men's Glee Club 1, 25 Chapel Choir 2, 45 Orchestra 35 Y.M.
Cabinet 3, 45 Student Council 45 Seager .Association 1, 2, 3, 4.
Secretary 25 Student Volunteers 15 Ohio Booster President 35
Festival Chorus 4.
WOLF, ROBERT I.
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Zoology Club
1, 2, 3, 45 Chapel Choir 1, 2.
VVRENN, EDWIN D., JR.
WRIGHT, GEORGE A.
YOUNG, CHARLENE SCHULTZ KMRSJ
ZAGER, CARL J.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 NIen's Representative
Student Council 35 Band 1. 2, 35 P Gamma Mu 3, 40 CYF 2,
Reception Committee Chairman5 YBICA Secretary 35 President 4.
ZARFOS, MARGUERITE J.
York Junior College 15 Penn State College 25 North Central
College 3, 45 Student- Volunteers 35 Soanish Club 35 Band 35
Rainbow Club 35 Chapel Choir 45 YWCA Fellowship Committee
3, 45 Social Service Committee 4.
ZEISS, WARREN VV.
Nlorton Junior College 1, 25 North Central College 3, 45 Biology
Club 35 Band 35 Orchestra 35 Radio Club 35 Woodwind Quartet 3.
MUSIC SENIORS I
BLOY, JAMES A.
Sigma Rho Gamma 2. 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 3.
Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chapel Choir 1. 2, 35 Concert Choir 45
BORSACK, JOHN E.
CLAWSON, ALICE E.
,Womens Glee Club 2, 35 Chapel Choir 2, 35 Accomoanist 45
Festival Chorus 3, 45 Concert Choir accompanist 45 Orchestra
2, 35 Joan of Lorraine 35 Comedy of Errors 3.
CORNWALL, MARVIN H.
FEURHELM, VERNON F.
Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Festival Chorus 4.
HODEL, ROSE E.
Whitworth College 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Octette 1, 25 Trio 25
Delta Psi Omega 1, 25 Round Table 1, 25 Phi Theta Kappa 25
Sketch Club 1, 2, President 25 Orchestra 15 Dramatic Workshop
1, 2.5 North Central College 3, 45 Festival Chorus 3, 45 Chapel
Choir 35 Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, President 45 Radio Club 3, 4,
Program Director 45 Social Committee Publicity Chairman 45
Spectrum Staf1'5 Swimming Team 35 WAA 3, 4.
HOFFMAN, ROBERT G.
PIERCE, SHIRLEY ROEMHILD CMRSJ
SCHULTZ, DALE H.
Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 4.
THOMPSON, ALICE J.
Chapel Choir 2, 3, 45 Concert Choir 45 Festival Chorus 45
Orchestra 3, 45 Social Committee 3, 45 Transferred from Lawrence
YOUNG, SHIRLEY A. U
Girl's Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chapel Choir 1, 2. 35 Festival Chorus
3, 45 Concert Choir 45 Sigma Rho Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 2, President 45 Triple Trio 1, 2, 35 Harmonettes 45 Ensemble
Singers 45 Shake Hands With Devil 15 Recital Cvoicel 3, 4.
You'll miss your 8:3Ol Ho-l-lum, another Student worked too hard.
"Tired" of it all Senior Cat Lovers. Now, listen here Widdyl
Going steady . . . maybe? ? Lets talk this over- intelligently
BACK ROW, Left to Right: Bob Birr, Vice-President, Ken
Brons, Treasurer, jim Simonsen, Men's Rep.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Barb lrwin, Secretary, Len
Kaiser, President, Phyllis Ebinger, Women's Reprssentative.
lce Cream Social, everyone invited."
"Sock-l'lop Square Dance, all invited!"
"All College Sports Party"
Such advertisements as these give an idea
of the junior Class theme throughout the
year of getting the school active in the
lnvite all the college, have everyone in
on the fun, said Len Kaiser, class president.
The theme was further carried out as
Christmas vacation neared and the Soph-
omores were invited to join the class ol '51
in an evening of caroling.
ln February the pride and joy of the
Junior class, "Club 51 ", exhibiting the var-
ied and versatile talents of most of the class.
Not to be forgotten by either the class
of '51 or the class of '50 was the junior-
Shirley jean Foster
ROW 1, CLeft to Rightl
Elaine Kern, Mary Kidder, Virgil King, Don Kinney, Calvin Kirchman, William Kline, jack Klingbeil, Faye Knoll.
Keith Knopf, jack Koten, Richard Kotik, Ellis Krapf, Donald Lahr, janet Leclerman, Robert Lukas, George Martin.
Virgglxfnartin, Robert Meisner, Betty Lu Menzel, Delbert Meyer, Marcia Meyer, Donald Miellce, Glenn Miller, Mary
Russell Miller, Lenore Moser, Gertrude Nachbauer, George Nemec, Harvey Neuman, Jean Neumann, Mary Ann
Nitchoff, Ray Noerenberg.
Karl Flgloltemeier, Dorothy O'Neill, Phyllis Overmier, RobertOvermier, Carol Passow,George Piechl, Ray Polivlca, Robert
Maurice Van Laningham
SOFA Olflfl OPQ5
The Class of '52, tried and true veterans
having survived the agonies ol irosh life,
recall a September party to renew old
friendships and to meet new classmates. A
dampness in our memory recalls a meeting
of the Frosh hall way through the "Roarin'
DuPage," and there was the victory when
the dust settled in the annual Frosh-Soph
The Coaches recall the call number NCC-
1952 brought iorth good performers in any
And you there, l can see you remember
the variety oi '52 talent in the All School
Show, and the time we invited the Class
of'52from neighboring colleges For a party.
Yes Sirl Watch our "Smoke," for we
warn you, the Class of '52 is on the gol
BAC? ROW: Duane Neuenberg, Vice-President, Mary Helen Naffziger,
c ta y.
FROINTTNRCSW: john Adams, Men's Rep., Gordon Mahnke, Treasurer,
Elmer Sundby, President, Marilyn Hoover, Woman's Representative.
Ken Aslcew 1
ROW 1, fLeFt to Righty
Libuige Kciriser, james Keen, Alan Kelling, Virginia Klein, Don Kliphardt, Marilyn Koeller, Dorothy Kouba, Gordon
Sue Lahr, Connie Langher, julia Larson, Carl Lemna, Edwin Liedtlce, Gerald Lindgren, William Livernash, Dean Long.
joanhlkyfolrd, Edward Lyons, Gordon Mahnke, Harold Mann, Margaret Manslce, Louise Mast, Curtis Mathison, Marilyn
Gordon McDanold, Duane Mehn, Ear! Meier, Reid Mevis, Leonard Meyer, Dorothy Miller, Tom Moore,
Ralph Muehl, Kenneth Mueller, Annabelle Muench, Mary Nalfsinger, Duane Neuenburg, james Newberry, Rosemary
Newman, Eric Olsen.
A. J. Whitfield
A rather confused lot ol 227 students
entered North Central as the Class of '53-
-lihe first weelc was lull ol new activities. The
freshmen were leted and entertained in
grand style the First weeks ol school. Then
the blow came-"Woe Week". Everyone
lfnew it was all in lun. Thus emerged the
fully integrated Class ol '53.
The freshmen class was led by Jaclc Will,
President, Wilbur Mason, Vice-President,
Martha Beed, Secretary, Roger Ulrich,
Treasurer, Dolores Norberg, Women's Rep-
resentative and Glenn Hanne, Men's Rep-
resentative. The class advisor is Professor
Noss. Left to Right: Martha Beed, Secretary, jack Will, President, Roger Ullrich,
Treasurer, Dolores Norberg, Women's Rep., Glenn Hanne, Men's
Representative, Wilbur Mason, Vice-President.
Donna Mae Siemsen
Douglas St. Angelo
Mary Lou Steele
jo Ann Young
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Back Row, Cleft to rightj:
Hanne, Spreng, Simonsen, j.Wolf, Fenske, Freshley, Ester,
Adams, Grandlienard, Bloede, G. Spong, Schap.
Seated, Cleft to rightl:
P. Ebinger, M. Siemsen, Hoover, Norberg, Van Ades-
"To promote a spirit never before equaledf'
The gavel of the 1949-1950 Student Council
opened a year of innovations in student govern-
ment. Open meetings to the student body,
sponsored activities, such as the Torchlight Par-
ade, Woe Weelc, Homecoming, Wheaton ex-
changes, College Day, and all school elections.
lndividuol interest for the bettering of lNl.C.C.
inspired and enhanced integration of social
activities, co-ordination with faculty and sincere
efforts to keep the student body informed.
Standing Cleft to rightlz
Kirn, Ritzman, Miss Hargis, Trapp, McDanoId, Shilt,
Seated, Cleft to rightjz
Foster, R. johnson, Emholtz, Cameron.
Providing North Central with such events as
the Frosh Reception, Sadie Hawkins Day, the
the Thanksgiving Tea, and the County Fair,
this able group has again shown its worth to
the campus community.
Under the leadership of Rollie Trapp, student
chairman, and Miss Mary Louise Hargis,
faculty advisor, the Social Committee has suc-
cessfully provided a wholesome and varied
social life on the campus.
UNION ROOM, CLeft to Righty:
Carhart, Emholtz, Thede, Dr. DeLong.
FINANCE BOARD, CLeft to Rightj:
Bueche, Maechtle, F. johnson, Mavis, D. Claus, Page,
Spreng, Dr. Seybold, Freshley.
Rules and regulations governing use ol the
Student Union and the conduct ol students in
the Union Room are determined by the Student
Union Board ol Control. ,lohn Ielinelt acted as
President of the Board this year. Dr. DeLong
managed the Union Room this year, Paul Thede
acted as Student-in-Charge.
This is the group ol students and laculty who
administer the Student Activity Fee, which every
student pays. The Fee helps pay For the SPEC-
TRUIVl,CI-IRONlCLE,and CARDINAL, not to
mention all athletic games and the Artist Series,
plus many ol the other activities on campus.
CLASS ADVISORS, CLelt to Righty:
Dr. Erffmeyer, Mr. Schap, Dr. Koten, Mr. Noss,
PUBLICATIONS BOARD, CLeft to Rightj:
Noss, Dr. Seybold, Schulcnecht, Koten, Daw, Ester,
Eastman, Knot pictured? Wiltlang.
Whether a class activity is to be or no, de-
pends upon the sage advice ol the class advisors.
The guiding lights of North Central this yearare:
Dean Erltmeyer, Senior Advisor, Professor Schap,
junior Advisor, Dr. Koten, Sophomore Advisor,
and Professor Noss, Freshman Advisor.
This Board is active in solving the problems,
regulating finances, and recommending students
to Fill the position ol editors and business man-
agers lor the following year's College Publica-
tions. Faculty Advisors were: Mr. Noss, Dr.
Seybold, and Mr. Eastman. Board members
included: Lee Ester, Iaclc Koten, Chuck Wiltlang,
janet Daw, and Warren Schulenecht.
WOMEN'S BOARD, CLeFt to Righty:
Miss Meier, Langher, Passow, Irwin, Hoover.
ATHLETIC BOARD, CLeft to Rightj:
Talrsner, Tietz, Spong, A. Hower, Rosendahl, Belding,
WOMENS ADVISORY BOARD
The Women's Advisory Board meets bi-
monthly to discuss problems encountered by
women students. It also sponsors matinee chats
for co-eds. The Board consists of the President of
each dorm, the Women's Representative, and
MissMeier,Deanof Women,who acts as Faculty
ATHLETIC BOARD OF CONTROL
The Athletic Board ol Control is the governing
body of all intercollegiate and intramural ac-
tivities. Some of its many responsibilities are:
the arranging of schedules, determining athletic
policies, budgeting oi Funds, approval of letter
winners, checking game reports.
FORENSIC, CLeft to Rightb:
Oliver, Fenske, Hoover.
W.A.A. BOARD, CStandingD:
Menzel, Emholtz, Rosendahl, Knopf, Kodani, Marshall,
Tanner, Henneke, Hostetler, Zager, Dr. Keller.
The entire student body is included in the
membership of the Forensic League. The con-
trolling board for all speech activities, the
Forensic Board elects its oFiicers in the spring.
The president For 1949-50 was Ted Fenslfe.
W.A.A. BOARD OF CONTROL
The W.A.A. Board of Control supervises
women's sports at North Central. Each member
of the W.A.A. Board is in charge of one or
more of the sports that the W.A.A. will partici-
pate in during the school year. Faculty advisor
to the board is Miss Cleo Tanner.
Back Row, Cleft to rightlz E. Bunse, Rohloff, Schweitzer,
Bomberger, Erdman, Busse.
Back Row, Cleft to rightl: Seagren, M. Siemsen, jack-
son, E. Marshall, C. Passow, Horman.
Front Row, Cleft to rightl: Ritzman, Eigenbrodt, Ramsdale,
There is no limit to the fun ancl, of course,worlc
on a Y.W. committee. This year, under the
capable direction of president Joy Ramsdale,
much has been accomplished in both of these.
If you're on the Freshman Worlc Committee, you
might be asked to help with the Big-Little Sis
Banquet. Or, you might be on the Activities
Committee, which sponsors several all-College
parties, hay-rides, and other "get-togethersf'
-lhen there are the projects such as Religious
Emphasis Weelc, Chapel programs,Social Service
and Political Emphasis Weelc.
1' 'vzg -:"
Back Row, Cleft to rightjz H. Krell, Dennis, Wolf,
- Christman, Gilman, Neuman.
Middle Row, Cleft to rightlz Dr. Schwartz, Schaeffer,
Zager, Ebinger, Dr. Bischoff, Wendt.
Front Row, Cleft to rightjz Stirtz, E. Stevens, D. Zimdars,
G. St. Angelo, Utzinger.
With the promoting of the growth of religious
life as its main goal, the YMCA launched its
widespread program of activities on campus this
year. ln addition to its regular projects the Y
sponsored a book drive for a Philippine College,
Religious Emphasis Wee-lc featured Dr. O. E.
Warmingham as guest spealcer, and the Gra-Y
Clubs for Grade school boys. Association meet-
ings were introduced in which the entire campus
membership was given the opportunity of fellow-
ship and of enlightenment on the scope of Y
President, john Berger, Vice- Pres-
dent, Warren Ebinger, Viola Traut-
man, Secretary, and Eugene Krell,
Back Row, Cleft to rightjz Trapp, E. Krell, R.
johnson, Berger, Walker, Ebinger.
Front Row: Emholtz, Trautman, Felberg,R.
President, l.eunno Vondal, Vice-
President, Lydia Booker, Secretary,
Elaine Gasser, and Harold Schendel,
Back Row, Cleft to rightlz Thede, Calhoun,
Vieth, Lemna,Utzinger, Hook, Hartsaw,
Middle Row:Himmel, Rohloff, C. Passow,
H. Schendel, Vondal, Booker, Gasser,
Scharr, M. Frank, Wahl.
Front Row: Silvernail, Crotser, Walz, M.
Crotser, Ota, G. Moore, Warner, Roesler,
President, Art Vieth, Vice-Presi-
dent, Gordon Mahnke, and Secre-
tary-Treasurer, jim Hook.
Back Row, Cleft to rightlz Stiffler, Neuenberg,
Dennis Fenner Rayson Berger,Neuman
Noltenieier, Christman, Ebinger, Mann,
Silvernail, Bickley, johnson, Schmidt.
4th Row: Carmony, Kliphardt, Zimdars,
Flachsmann, Light, Meyer, Schendel
Griffith, Walker, Warner, Nickel, H. Krell
3rd Row: Gilman, Archer, Scharr, Horton
R. Heinrich, Roederer, Burkett, G. Moore
E. Stevens, Mielke, McGregor, Crotser
2nd Row:Sundby, Roessler, Bloy, Mason
Albertus, Knoespel, Wetzstein, DeMott
Ota, Hanosh, Allinger, E. Meier.
Front Row: Germanotta, T. Stehr, Mast, M
Crotser, Walz, J. Wolf, Mahnke, Cieth
Himmel, Hook, Seith, Grandlienard
V' 'ft W
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LEE ESTER LOU BLOEDE JACK KOTEN
Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Business Manager
Approximately seventy students under Asso-
ciate Editors Lee Ester and Lou Bloede worlted
as an efficient team to publish thirty issues of the
College Chronicle during the 1949-50 college
The staff began the year with the largest
initial issue ever presented to NC'sstudent body.
The second week saw a change from a four to
a five column Format. The October 5 Home-
coming issue was another tirst. Over 4200 co
were printed and 3000 were sent out to alumni
tor a new high in circulation.
Publisher jack Koten and Advertising Man-
ager Bill Abe saw to it each weelc that enough
ads were gathered to supplement the money
allotted from student activity fees. Without the
the advertising "leg-men", the Chronicle would
not have appeared lor lacla of funds.
Each weelt News Editor Jim Retzlalt assigned
stories to his staff of 30 re-porters. Jim Keen
feature editor, and his staff turned out entertain-
ing feature material. Photographers -lim Blalces-
lee and Wayne Larson presented adequate
graphic coverage of campus events.
Joe Miller, a veteran ol four years on the
Chronicle Staff, resigned his position as sports
editor at mid-year upon graduation. Familiar
with lvlerner Fieldhouse, well-ltnown among the
athletes and athletic department heads, joe
could always be counted on to consistently
"grind out the copy." l'lis weeldy column,
"Under the Showers" was widely read. At times
controversial, it never tailed to evolte comments
from the students.
Prof. Richard Eastman, ltept the stalt on the
alert with his weekly criticisms of the paper. l'le
marlced the stories, pointing out the good and
bad features ol each one.
The job ol Chronicle malce-up was handled by
the associate editors and jerry Lindgren and
Gerry Fay. Usually beginning around 7 o'clocl4
Monday evening, the job of placing the stories,
proof-reading, and writing headlines frequently
lasted until the small hours of the morning. The
Naperville Clarion printers received the pasted
"dummy" on Tuesday. The Finished product was
presented to the students on Wednesady.
Ted Reidt, circulation manager, supervised the
job of folding and distributing 1100 copies of
EDITORIAL BOARD: Lindgren, Keen, Retzlaff, Bloede, Ester.
BUSINESS STAFF: Zitny, Senn, KnoII, Lomas, Abe, Koten.
CIRCULATION STAFF: Larson, Muehl, Blakeslee, Sime, Reidt, Erdman.
NEWS-FEATURE WRITING STAFF: CBacIc Row, left to rightjz Nitchoff, Klip-
hardt, Stirtz, Kerr, Bauseman, Carhart, McDonald, Fay, Schuknecht. CFront
Row, left to rightj: Veh, Jacobson, Gasser, Giere, Thompson.
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CHUCK WILTFANG ANN OERTLI jANET DAW
Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Business Manager
"The Spectrum Co." to many students is just
a name on one of the many doors of Old Main.
To those that walk through that door and volun-
teer their services, however, it is a place of
"blood, sweat, and tears." There has to be some
good intermingled with the good, and as a re-
sult, a good many laughs and fun was had
before the book went to press.
To Ann Oertli, Associate Editor, and Chief
Mounter, goes the credit for meeting picture
deadlines, and mounting snaps.
To Janet Daw, Business Manager, we say
"Thanks for a job well done." Few realize the
terrific job of tramping streets to obtain adver-
tisers for the ad section. Those on her staff share
her praises, namely: Trudy Nachbaur, Vernon
Schaefer, Marcia Bett, Dottie Emholtz, Lucy
Kodani, and many others.
The Junior Assistants did their bit, and we
look forward to their book next year. They were:
Eileen Bertz, Dottie Emholtz, Barb lrwin, Janet
Lederman, and John Zitny.
-lypists who did an outstanding amount of
work for the publication were: Joyce l'leinzman
Rose Hodel, Eileen Bertz, and Dottie Emholtz.
Senior Quotations Committee deserves men-
tion for its work on 250 Seniors. The Com-
mittee included: Ginny Otto, Carol Lauben-
stein, Mary Lutz, Norma Harris, Elsie Marshall,
and Marjean Utzman.
"Thanks," to Bob Price,Student Photographer,
and those who also helped with their camera
talents. Some of these were: ,lim Blakeslee,
Wayne Larson, jim Wolf, and Glenn Frank.
To Nancy Thompson, Dale Schendel, and
Faye Phillip, we give special mention for their
Bouquets to "Ricardo" l'lawthorne,who put in
many hours for Ye Olde Spectrum.
To the many who came in at various times,and
did what they could, we say, "Thank you."
Many of these are not pictured, and will not
have their names appear as being on the staff.
To you, we are especially grateful. Regardless
of how little a thing a person maydo for a year-
book, it still is working toward the ultimategoal,
a yearbook never before equalled.
And so, the 1950 Spectrum is born. The Staff
and Editors have worked hard to bring it to you
It is yours. May it serve to bring back many
pleasant memories in the years yet to come.
Marcia Bett, Gertrude Nachbaur,
Vernon Schaefer, janet Daw, Norma
Harris, Fay Knoll, Shirley Foster.
Gloria Houghton, Ginny Otto,
Eleanor Uden, Dick Hawthorne, Art
Rawers, Carol Laubenstein, Liz Gatz.
Ann Oertli, Sally Rilling.
joy Ramsdale, Rose Hodel,
Dale Schenclel-Men's Sports
Faye Phillips-Women's Sports
Ann Oertli-Associate Editor
janet Daw-Business Manager
Nancy Thompson-Literary Editor
Eshelman, Utzman, Freshley, Haw-
thorne, Hoover, Schaefer, Bauserman,
Marshall, Thompson, Ruth johnson,
jUNlOR ASSISTANTS AND
john Zitny, Mr. Noss, Eileen Bertz,
SPECTRUM I-IOMECOMING CAR
Front, Cleft to rightl:
Chuck Wiltlang, Dale Schendel, Earl
janet Daw, Ann Oertli, Gloria
Houghton, Elsie Marshall, Marge
Myla Landis, Norma Dancer, Marjorie Heald, Marguerite Zarfos
Lucy Kodani, Wayne Larson.
"To disseminate scientific truth, to
promote biological investigation and
to develop sound scholarship," are
the aims of Beta Beta Beta, and the
honorary biological organization on
the campus has done just that this
year. As sponsors of the Biology
Club, they have presented a well
rounded program for the year. Such
presentations as Dr. Frank Dusek, a
graduate of North Central and honor
graduate from the University of llli-
nois Dental School, who spoke on
"The Practical Aspects of Dentistry,"
and discussions on the implications
of light and genetics in Russia kept
the biology majors up to date on the
latest developments in their field. They
also sponsored a field trip into the
Museum of Science and lndustry and
to the Brookfield Zoo.
The honorary society was started
on the campus in 1938 with eleven
members and with Dr. Eigenbrodt as
advisor. Members are admitted on
the basis of personality, character,
Top Row, Left to Right: Adams, Corretore,
Sehe, Westine, Spilman, Holck, Wagner,
Light, Schwab, Sievert, Siewert, Sime,
Kirchman, Knopf, Shoger.
Fourth Row: Burch, G. Spong, G. Stehr,
Nemec, T. Stehr, Birr, Reyhani, D. Meyer.
Third Row: L. Harrer, Harman, Schweitzer,
M. Meyer, Diewall, M. Meyer, Mamsen,
Messer, Schule, D. Siemsen, Hooten, R.
Bunse, Kotik, Lukas.
Second Row: R. johnson, Cross, Frank,
Hawkins, B. Wolf, H. Schendel, Tietz,
Harrer, Karasemos, Long, Hunter.
Front Row: Walker, Blyth, Thompson, Wedd,
Pal, Downer, Weinreich, Anderson, Dr.
Eigenbrodt, Eckhardt, Enck, White,
Top Row: Long, Anderson, Wendt, Siewert, Knopf, Kirchman,
ThirdORi:w: Karasemos, Enck, Wolf, Birr, Carlson, Senn, Majszak,
R. M'Il .
SecondlRirw: Corretore, Harrer, H. Schendel, Kotik, D. Meyer,
Hammond, Shoger, Bingle.
Front Row: R. johnson, Prof. Schap, john Sime, Sievert, Ciuither,
Dr. Koten, Klingbeil, Felton.
When these five letters are interpreted, they stand for the "Student Affiliates of the American
Chemical Society," which is the organization of Chemistry majors here on North Central's
campus. 'lo be eligible for membership in the S.A.A.C.S., a student must have completed
two semesters of college chemistry, in addition to being a chemistry major.
At their semi-monthly meetings, this club not only discusses Chemistry, but sponsors movies,
and special speakers, thus heightening the interest in Chemistry. Another goal of these mem-
ber sis to prepare for full membership in the American Chemical Society.
This chapter of the American Chemical Society, first recognized by the national associ-
ation in 1942, was the first in lllinois to have attained this distinction.
The faculty advisors for this group are Professors Schap and Koten.
The membersofthe Commerce Club,
one of the largest on the campus,
are striving to increase interest in com-
merce and to strengthen the Com-
merce Department at North Central.
Parties and speakers from various
companies in the Chicago area, some-
times seeking applicants for jobs,
have kept the monthly meetings inter-
esting and educational.
Requirements for membership are
six hours of commerce, and a gen-
uine interest in this field. Students
who have been members of this or-
ganization for two years, have had
twenty hours of commerce, and have
a "B" average in this Department
are eligible for membership in the
Commerce Key Society, an honorary
The officers of the organization are:
man, Vice-President, Dorothy Kirn,
The faculty advisor is Dr. Keller.
Pletcher, Muehl, R. Hayes, Hieber.
Middle Row: Honel, Bueche, Janzen, D
Schendel, Maechtle, M. Meyer, D. Claus
Front Row: Patterson, Heltman, Dr. Keller
Top Row: M. Zager, M. Frank, Larson, Wunsch.
Third Row: Kaiser, Rilling, Chval, Maechtle, Wahlin, Norberg,
Bender, Beed, Rambow, Bean, Miller.
Fourth Row: Francis, L. Passow, Weiss, Gauerke, Harris, L.
Frank, R. Bunse, Bertz, Timm, Wahl.
Front Row: Ufer, Miss Quilling, Menzel, Zimmerman, Naffzinger,
C. Passow, Emholtz, Miss jurrens.
To help them become attractive, competent homemakers, members of the Home Economics
Club plan their monthly meetings around such topics as grooming, nutrition, and flower ar-
The officers for 1949-50 were Mary Jane Wagner, President, Betty Lou Menzel, Vice-
President, Mary Helen Naffzinger, Secretary, Eleanor Zimmerman, Treasurer, Dorothy
Emholtz, Publicity Chairman, Carol Passow, money making Chairman.
Two members of the club act as hostesses each month and serve refreshments at their meet-
ing. Two of the most interesting meetings were the December meeting when they became
acquainted with Gudrun Frese, an exchange student from Germany, and she told them about
Christmas in Germany, and the meeting with the Wheaton Home Economics Club in which
Rev. john Schaeffer showed movies of his trip to Europe.
The High School Economics Club was invited to a tea given as a special project by the
club in the spring. At the All-College Thanksgiving Tea the foods class planned and served
Miss Quilling and Miss jurrens provide faculty guidance for the club.
John lelinek, President, Marna Helt-
Secretary, Charles Lomas, Treasurer.
Top Row, Left to Right: Theur, Thompson,
Abe, Urban Miller, Bossarci, Klar,
j. jelinek, Lomas, Swanson, Hagman:
IQ al'l'll'Yla bl,
Pi Gamma Mu is composed of
those students who have shown an
active interest in the Social Sciences.
Requiring a B Average and 20
hours of Social Science for member-
ship, the 25 students and faculty mem-
bers meet once each month to hear
tallcs on current problems and to dis-
cuss the major issues in their field.
Officers are John Berger, President,
Evelyn Peterson, Vice-President, and
Dr. McGee, Secretary-Treasurer.
Back Row: E. Krell, Theuer, Egan, H. Krell,
Middle Row: Ritzman, Chaky, Gasser,
Peterson, Seagren, Hagman.
Front Row: Dr. McClure, Dr. McGee, Berger,
Prof. Heinmiller, Mrs. Dute.
igma au mega
Sigma Tau Delta is an honorary
chapter of the English fraternity estab-
lished at N.C.C. in 1932. Their pur-
pose is to furtheran interest in reading
and writing for those majoring in
At each meeting a manuscript is
read. After this, an open discussion
is held concerning the manuscript or
other literary pieces. The officers are:
President, Elizabeth Van Adestine,
Vice-President, Phyllis Ebingerfsec
retary, Leota Buss, Historian, Joan
Moy, Program Chairman, Harry
Paulin, Advisor, Miss Wiley
Back Row: Ebinger, Buss, Otto, M. Siemsen,
Van Adestine, Miss Wiley, Unger, Erd
man, Gasser, R johnson
Front Row: Ester, Koten, Wiltfang, Fresh
ley Bloede Paulin
Melodic melodies are heard com
ing from Pfeiffer Hall on Thursday
evenings. Yes, its the meeting of
Sigma Rho Gamma. At the present
they are focusing their attention on the
masterpieces of Debussy and contem
Eligibility to this organization is
determined by participation in musi
cal organizations and classes. Their
officers are: President, Shirley Young,
Vice-President, ean Crosby, Sec
retary, anet Lederman, and Treas
urer Norma Knapp. Their Advisor is
Kaiser Larson Bett Miller Lenser Perlcms
Third Row: Landis Volke Muench Hostet
ler Grantman M Meyer Schafer lrwm
Second Row: Prof. Luntz Hewitt Crosby
Young Lederman Knapp Schwen E
Front Row: Light Mathison, King, Peichl
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"l.et me hear a man speak and I'll
tell you the lcind of man he is," some-
one has said. North Central's chapter
lor debate, oratory and extempor-
aneous speaking is called lota and is
a member of the strongest National
Forensic Fraternity in the United
States, Pi Kappa Delta.
Headed by Professor Guy Oliver,
great interest has been stimulated
this past year and although a com-
paratively inexperienced team repre-
sented North Central in tournaments
in the midwest, the results were quite
Standing: F. Knoll, E. Sundby, M. l-loover,
Sitting: Reid, Prof. Oliver, D. Freshley,
Ria Era Baia
One ol the largest and most active
groups on campus is Beta Beta Beta,
the honorary biological organization.
Membership qualifications include
personality, character, scholarship,
and ol course, an interest in the bio-
lnterested in disseminating scien-
tific truth and encouraging biolog-
ical research, the Tri-Betas hold
monthly meetings composed oi talks
and open discussions. Several out-
side spealters appeared this year to
give members the latest develop-
ments in the everchanging scientific
lacts in the Field.
Top Row: Ester, Kirchman, Braun, Sime, G.
Stehr, Nemec, l'larrer, Encl4.
Second Row: Nitchotf, Schweitzer, Valles,
Valles, Schendel, Shoger.
Sitting: Bartleson, Horman, Van Adestine,
Eclcirdt, Dr. Eigenbrodt, Anderson, Dr.
.fdgaka ,QE Qmega
Alpha Psi Omega are the Greelc
letters that tag the drama enthusi-
asts of North Central College. Delta
Epsilon is our chapter of the National
Dramatic Fraternity. Each cast mem-
ber must maintain a scholastic aver-
age oi 1.5, must participate in three
one act plays and do baclc stage
One of the cast's many projects
include presentation ol good dra-
matic entertainment on the college
radio station. The members also talte
part in managing, designing scenery,
and acting in plays.
Standing: Dennis, Fenslce, Hauclf, Bloede,
Sitting: Freshley, l-lorman, l'l. johnson, R.
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The practical value of history has
been the general theme ol the monthly
discussion meetings ol the History
Club. Warren Schuknecht heads the
club as president, Don l.ahr as vice-
president, and Earl Meier is secre-
tary-treasurer. The liaculty advisor is
History orients the individual to the
present, the club decided alter hear-
ing a series ol speakers including Dr.
Geiger, Dr. Del.ong. The College
Day exhibit was another of the clubs
projects. The membership is made up
of students majoring in history.
Back Row: Gasser, Sollenberger, Rawers,
B. Zimdars, Rayson, Finke, Honel, Cal-
houn, Bingle, Kerr, Kern, Wright.
Front Row: Dr. McClure, Seagren, Schu-
knecht, Meier, P. johnson, Laubenstein,
An overheard "Bonjour Monsieur"
or, "Merci Beaucoupn usually identi-
lies a memberol "Le Cercle Francais."
Organized lor the purpose of putting
French to a practical use, the club is
capably led by Madame l.untz and
The president Betsy Erdman is as-
sisted by Vice-President Myron Tay-
lor and Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy
Back Row: Kerr, Adams, Bingle, Bloede,
Calhoun, Spilman, McLaughlin.
Middle Row: Ritsema, Dudley, Haas,
Eckardt, M. Meyer, Ebinger, Lrttlewood.
Front Row: Mrsl Helen Luntz, Miss A. Sicre, .
Taylor, Erdman, Eigenbrodt.
Spanish Club members have been
well entertained this year with various 1,
l.atin-American speakers, a Mardi Wi
Gras, a Mexican Christmas party, and fri
Spanish movies. The purpose ol the r
club is to increase the knowledge of
Spanish and Spanish customs ol its ,
members. All senors and senoritas
interested in Spanish are eligible. y
"The Peonsn are governed by -
Dean Obrecht, president, Phyllis J
Overmeier, vice-president, Margaret in
Heald, secretary, Barbara Griffith, J
treasurerfand Miss Bergquist,advisor. ,i
Back Row: Warner, janzen, Barger, Car-
many, Ladd, Wiltfang, Calhoun, Steele,
Middle Row: Hagman,A. Kidder,D. Miller, 1
Gatz, Simpson, Uden, Gillett. .
Seated: Miss V. Bergquist, Booker, Griffith, I
Obrecht, Overmier, Heald, Hitt, Thomp- :ii
The North Central College Ama-
teur Radio Association built and
maintains station WNCC, "from the
top ol Old Main, at the bottom of
your dial." Since its conception two
years ago, the "hams" have oFiered
technical production and artistic ex-
perience to those effecting an interest
in radio. Officers: President, Herb
jordan, Vice-President, .lim Blakes-
lee, Secretary, Marna Heitman,
Treasurer, Roger Pritchard.
Standing: Grantman, Hook, Freshley,
Beidelman, Philipp, Janzen, Keen, Siem-
sen, Barger, Shilt, Fry, Moore.
Sitting: Foster, jordan, Blakeslee, Heltman,
Members of the Writers Club are re-
sponsible for publishing THE CARD-
INAL. This organization is open to
any student on campus who is inter-
ested in writing and will qualify for
the requirements. Meetings are held
every other week at the "White
House." The movie LES MlSER-
ABLES was sponsored by the club
this year and the money was given
to the CARDlNAL. The officers are
as follows: President, Chick Hewitt,
Vice-President, ,lim Retzlalt, Secre-
tary, loan Moy, and Treasurer, Louis
Standing: Linden, Retzlaff, Calhoun'
Matzke, Fairbanks, Lahr.
Sitting: Prof. White, Hewitt, Eastman.
A wide and varied program is
found in the lnternational Relations
Club, one of the most active clubs on
campus. An all school organization,
it has as its purpose to study and dis-
cuss our current American Foreign
Policy and to advance a better under-
standing of international relations.
Officers are: Advisor, Prof. N. W.
McGee, President, Eugene Krell,
Vice-President, Ted Bickley, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Ellis Krapf.
Standing: W. Silvernail, Honel, B. Zimdars,
Hopkins, Calhoun, Adelmann, Taylor,
B. Griffith, H. Krell, Nachbaur,
Maechtle, Sollenberger, Schaefer.
Seated: Prof. McGee, Littlewood, Krapt, E.
Krell, Bickley, Harris, Ufer.
This year another list of worthy students was
added to the directory of Who's Who Among
Students in Colleges and Universities in the
United States. This is a directory oi outstanding
members of graduating classes in colleges and
universities in the United States. Business and
industries in the country malce great use oi
this directory in seeking candidates for specific
There are numerous criteria on which the
students are selected, among them being:
personal integrity, scholastic standing, char-
acter and contributions to the college.
Socief s ' so
H. Krell, Polivka,
Shoger, Marlyn Meyer
Wendt, jim Simonsen
Diclc Braun, Freshley, E
Van Adestine, A.
Eclcardt, Peterson, D.
Dorothy Eigenbrodt served as President oi
the Honors Society For the year 1949-50,
while Carl Zager acted as Secretary-Treasurer
over the same period. High scholarship and
character are requirements of this society.
Students are elected in February and in June,
permitting second semester juniors with a grade
index of 2.65 and seniors with a grade index
of 2.5 to be potential candidates. The num-
ber admitted is not necessarily limited as long
as they pass the requirements set-up, and the
faculty committee set up For the purpose of
electing members to the Honor Society agrees
to their admittance. This year there were over
200 seniors graduating from which to choose
the newly appointed members of the Honor
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Mr. Bjorlie, R. Hoffman
Gibson, Mrs. Farnham
lrwin, B. Zimdars,
Malmborg, D. Zimdars,
Borsaclc, King, Haist,
Hoover, Mrs. Buris.
Mrs. Bjorlie, Schwen, j
Bloy, Berg, Peichl,
Schafer, Barkie, Thomp-
Cornwall, Rosales, Trout-
man, Strine, Myles,
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Myles, Segur, Wunsch
Rayson, M. Wilt, Mr,
Bueche K. Vincent,
Mast, Stehr, Cornwall,
Erdman, Griffith, G.
Miller, Meuis, Schultz,
Ladd, Borsaclc, G.
Maechtle, Abe, Messer
Herr, Stauffer, Bender,
Hines, Hooten, Huth,
Emholtz, Haist, Giere,
D. Miller, K. Ellis,
Peichl, Schafer, Diewall,
J. Burkett, Hanne, B.
Zimdars, D. Zimdars, R.
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Utzinger, Berg, Hageman, Mr. Luntz.
MIDDLE ROW: Wellnitz, King, Clawson, A. Kidder, Schwen, Foose, Parker, Crosby, Eigenbrodt, Heidenreich, Ion,
FRONT ROW: Shilt, Bioy, Perkins, McMiIIan, Lederman, C. Grantman, Zaininger, A. Thompson, Young, M. Whit-
man, E. Bunse, Vleldy, Trapp.
G t , jackson, Schmidt, Whitman, Knapp, Moser
LEFT TO RIGHT: Irwin, Lederman, Crosby, Ebinger, Young, ran man ,
Kremer, Miss Wyle.
"Hold 'em High Fresh!" I'II show 'em!" "North Central is the school
EIU! me we'd better love!"
0 "Double-Button, Frosh!" "On your knees, peasants!" "Slick Chick?"
3 A K "Lets hear the 3rd Verse of the "Contrast: Mighty Seniors,
C 00 Alma Mater, or else!" miserable froshf'
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"Secret of the Hour-Glass "A job well donel"
"l-lot Stuff" "More Hot Stuff!" "Hula-l-lula Belding"
grda "Big Blow-out" "Cardinalsl Cardinalsl Cardinals!
"KroehIer House "Ma Blessing takes the "Every man for
Bellesm ticket" himself"
Ornecoming Safurday "Wheels and Queen" "Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-A!" "I smplyucgiclggri you,
- What a beautiful way to die" "Cute?-Let me tell you!"
Homecoming 1949 was a combination of new ideas and old traditions successfully coupled to
mal4e alumni and students enjoy the coming "home" more than ever. The Homecoming co-chairmen
who worlced to achieve this were l.en Kaiser and Jaclc Koten.
The Friday night program featured radio station WGN's Emcee, Tom Moore and his program
"Ladies Fair". Tom Moore crowned the 1949 Homecoming Queen, Marianne Wilt, before the
regal procession downto Fort Hill Campus. Queen Marianne's ladies-in-waiting were Glada Henneke,
Phyl Ebinger, Judy Harrer, and Elaine Giere.
Came sunny Saturday and the dorms on campus proudly displayed elaborate decorations. Qpen
house at the "White House" on Fort Hill given by Dr. and Mrs. Geiger began the day's activities.
TOP-Phyllis Ebinger, Elaine Giere.
ornecoming CENTER-Marianne Wilt, Queen.
BOTTOM-Glada Hennelce, judy Harrer.
At 12:45 the annual Homecoming Parade began at Old Main winding its way through town
and ending at Kroehler football field. The motto forthe day was "Trim Lalce Forest" and "trim" them
we did in the exciting football game that followed. At half-time the presentation of the winning
float and decoration trophies was made by Orrin Tucker, an alumni of North Central now a popular
Saturday evening the Alumni Banquet was given in Kroehler dining hall followed by the Alumni
Talent Show or "We Ain't Dead Yet."
Sunday all Naperville churches welcomed alumni and friends,and Sunday afternoon an innova-
tion of a Homecoming Vesper was presented in Grace Church. g
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7 "Hove Faith, my child!" "Cost: Gentleman from Athens"
O mpanfla "Family Doctor" "Let me tell you, ' "Helping the good
I'I,i0l'l "Well now, 'ya don't soy" "Tricky play"
oorn "A book on Marriage, maybe?" "Ping-Pong Enthusiasts
"And there are those who study!" "Tuning in W.N.C.C.'
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Kroehler Male Talent" "The Show Must Go On" "Basl'1lul Urbie"
"Campus Shielcs" "Wolf-hunting" "On the lamb"
Competition for Atlas" "Flowering Professionals" "Gangway lo' de Lawcl"
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"Big Test, tomorrow" "Tree's ca crowd" "Children, ct heart"
"Proud Parents" "Cilee Club Tour" "Senior CLASS!"
"Vot ist?" "Gorgeous George Wrestles" "-and you'll look like"
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"Seniors, take note!" "Tennis be true?" "Old Main's Victory Bell" "Baby, its cold outside!" "Ready-Aim'
"Chapel's out-got a 1O:OO'?"
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Dale Voss Seated, left to right: Don Ladd
junior Puclcorius, Gardner, Masaki, Bathlce, N. Grantham. Freshman
Robert Hosbach Standing, left to right: Sherry Reyhani
Freshman Cook, Voight, Silvernail, Derrick, Snider, P. Retzlaff, Fleck Freshman
6.14, gb., 1949
College Day-that beautiful spring day in May when it's "open-house" at North Central-when
we sparltle and shine with our best scholastic, athletic, and social efforts-when we extend a big wel-
come smile to all the visitors to our campus. lt's the day we put our best foot forward in praise ofthe
school we love so well. lt's a day filled with old traditions from the flag raising ceremony in the morn-
ing tothe crowning of King Rex at night.
College Day, 1949, began with the registration of visitors in Old Main followed by the flag rais-
ing ceremony. Next came the program in Pfeiffer Hall with the annual Home Economics Department
style show. The Cardinal, our campus literary magazine, was presented by its editor, Chick Hewitt.
Alice Holmes presented the 1949 Spectrum to Mrs. Ella S. Dute to whom the boolc was dedicated.
And the innovation of the morning was the dedication of the Radio Station WNCC. The program
"Alice presents the 1949 Spectrum"
"Krell and jordan radioize" "Registration for Fun"
"Physics students ponder"
"Slide Kelly, slide."
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"Could be she's a jitter-bug?"
"The real test of being a "Clueen".
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CML? ag 1949
was completed with the inauguration of Dwight
Freshley as Student Body President by the past
president, Ken Trucl4enbrod.
ln the afternoon the annual baseball game
with Wheaton was won by the Cardinals, 11
The creative May Fete tool4 place in the held
house with the theme American Scene lol
' "Tiny" makes with a smile."
lowed by the crowning ol the May Queen.
Mary Lee Siemsen donned crown and regal robe
in place of former Queen Monie Kinney.
The evening program began with a Theatre
Guild Production of "John Loves Mary" and
concluded with the crowning of King Rex Bill
Rumsfeld 1949 lang gave his crown and throne
to Tiny Anderson, the new 1950 long
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Queen, Mary Lee Siemsen, of Naper-
ville, lll. From Left to Right: Faye
Philipp, Sherburn, Minn., jean Rein-
hart, Naperville, III., Marilyn Eckhardt,
Lake Odessa, Mich., and Elizabeth
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BACK ROW, Left to Right: Tietz, Tilden, Will, Zedrow,
MIDDLE ROW: Fenner, Mgr., Pierson, Wright, Liedtlce,
FRONT ROW: Dunning, Tarte, Mehn, Raecker, Spalte
INSERT: Coach Bill Olson.
With a Few more triclcs up their sleeves and
some added experience the North Central foot-
ball team did much to redeem themselves and
their coach from last year's bad season. l-laving
almost the identical team as last year, Coach
Olson was able to drill the boys some more
on his type of ball playing, thus producing a
smoother playing ball club.
Losing to Knox in the first game ol the season
was a bad omen for the team, but they made a
nice return by tilting lowa Central 18 to 14.
The N. C. eleven went right on from there to
hit their peak performance by smashing lll.
College 40 to 6, with N.C.C.'s Lenny Burch,
Norrie Cross, Ken Patterson, Sarge Wright doing
Ciroat, Coach Olson, Radic, Anderson, Shemanslce.
R. Heinrich, Eby, Pope, Patterson, Lind, Kuchan.
n, Captain Cross, Hillenbrand, Boettcher, Stelling, G. Frank,
much of the excellent ball handling and Lubach
lciclcing the extra points. Our casualty of the
game was Diclc Raeclcer whose injured lcnee put
him ati the playing field For the rest of the
season. After this game, the conversation lead
to hints of a C.C.l. title and even the Corn
Bowl was mentioned.
Lalce Forest turned the tables on the Cards
which lasted through the next two games and
ended all tallc about being conference champs
lilce they were back in '47, Wheaton climaxed
the Cardinal loosing strealc by blanlcing the
Olsen men 13 to O. All oi which meant the
Crusaders were allowed to lceep the "Brass Bell"
for the second straight year.
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STANDING, Left to Right: Mgr. Pritchard, Claus, Lalinsky, Weldy, Hoffman, Mehn, Adams, Bradish, Evans, Coach
BOTTOM ROW: Braun, Bartlett, Spevalc, Berger, Zager, Miller,
Playing their second season of Coach Olson's
fast breal4 ball the North Central baslcetball
squad was rather slow in developing. Early
defeats made them lose much of their confidence
and proved to be one of their toughest oppon-
ents on the basketball floor throughout the sea-
son. It toolc time and many changes in the first
team line-up before things got rolling the way
lrv Speval4, Leo'l"loffman, Carl Zager, "Red"
Weldy, Bob Lalinslcy, and Bob Bartlett along
with Capt. John Berger were considered the first
rate players on the team and did most of the
scoring for the season. Dave Evans, also one
of the first string cagers, switched schools at
semesters leaving a big hole in the cager lineup.
Dick Claus, one of the most promising players
for next year, did his best playing in the latter
part of the season and will be counted on next
year, for some good ball handling.
Bob Weldy again copped top honors for
being high point man with a total of Q85 points,
118 of which were field goals. John Berger
was second in line with 173 points and winner
of North Central's Free Throw Trophy by drop-
ping in 63 free throws and l.eo Hoffman taking
third place honors with a total score of 145.
Opening the season at Coe College the
Cardinal cagers tool: their opponents for a spin
and left them on the losing end of a 67-61
score. The following night the Cards ran into
some resistance and lost to Grinnell by the
small margin of 67 to 62. Zager, Weldy, and
Spevak were high point men forthe N.C.C. five
in these two games.
Chicago Teachers kept the Cards on the
losing end for one more game but Elmhurst felt
some of the revenge when the Cards downed
them with a small lead of 62 to 61. On home
ground the Cards trounced the Chicago -leacher's
quintet on a return engagement but were on
the receiving end of the next two games, the
second of which was with Augustana which
gave the Olsonmen their first conference loss.
The Carthage game was an upset, with
N.C.C. racking up a score of 79 to the
opponents 53, giving the Cards another
taste of victory. Lake Forest downed the
Cards but lll. College had their hands lull
and lost to the Olsonmen 74 to 72 in an
overtime game. The lll. Wesleyan game
took the Cards away from home and left
them with a second loss on their confer-
ence list. Lake Forest and Wheaton both
dealt painful blows to the cagers which
was partly relieved when Elmhurst suc-
cumbed to the Cardinal threat to the tune
of 97 to 70 which was the Olsonmen's
high point game of the season and also
a new N.C.C. scoring record.
Nlillikin went on to the C.C.l. Cham-
pionship by edging out the cagers in the
final minutes ol a game that had an un-
settled lead until a few well placed baskets
brought the score to a 72-63 count shortly
before the time ran out.
Seniors Zager, Bartlett, Spevak, Braun,
and Berger left their college basketball
careers with a blaze ol glory in the last
and most exciting game ol the year. The
The Wheaton Crusaders proved to be a
very close match by ringing up a double
overtime game. Cardinal player Leo l-lol'i-
man saved the game by dropping in the
basket that tied the score, with Bob Bartlett
tying the score for the second overtime.
Leo Hoffman came through in the squeeze
and pushed in the winning shot during
the last Few seconds ol the second over-
time, lor a 79-78 victory.
Weldy was again voted the most valu-
able player award by playing 613 minutes
throughout the season and topping his last
years time ol 533.5 minutes.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Berger, Spevak, Bartlett
MIDDLE ROW: Zager, Weldy, Hoffman.
BOTTOM ROW: Lalinsky, Adams, Claus.
"Welcly out lor blood?" "Zager shows 'em who's Boss."
" l-lolfman, Weldy Teamwork." "N.C.C. Scoreslu
BACK ROW, Left to Right: l'lanoch
Bentz, Krumfusz, Kohlman, Price
Keller, Mgr. Spong.
FRONT ROW: Ulrich, Heinrich, Knepp
johns, Bazart, Manke.
Coe College ....
lll. State Normal
Lake Forest .....
lllinois College ..
Univ. of Chicago
lndiana Central .,
Lalce Forest .....
Wheaton . . . . .
Elmhurst .... . .
Univ. of Chicago
Wheaton . ....
Record breaking was the order
of the day in the twelfth annual
midwest indoor track meet in Mer-
ner field house on March 5th when
Wheaton relinquished its title, to
Loyola University. Loyola totaled
441f'4 points to Wheaton's
Here are two of North Central's
glorious moments: Mike Pope's
third in the broad jump and "Tiny"
Anderson's fourth in shot put, giv-
ing North Central a total of five
Six meet records fell by the
board. The record of 47' 11"
made by Peterson of Wheaton in
1949 was broken by the same
trackman this year with a throw
of 48' 5". Bob Kelly of Loyola
cut the old two-mile record, 9:56.4
by 33 seconds. The -lr. College
Sprint relay, 8X11 mile, won by
Morton jr. College team, chang-
ing the record of 2:41 .O to 2:33.9.
Wheaton broke a second record
when the 12 lap relay team low-
ered its own time ol 1949, 4:O3.8
to 4:O2.0. Beloit's two mile relay
team trimmed Wheaton's time
8:Q8.0 to 8:21.5. The last old
relay record to bow out was the
4:28.8 record held by Wilson jr.
College in the jr. College medley
relay. La Grange jr. College set
a new record time of 4:27.0.
Bob johnson of Yankton, South
Dakota, won the achievement
trophy and the most points per
individual trophy went to Chuck
Whittingham of Loyola. johnson
won the mile and placed in the
two mile run. Whittingham won
the broad jump, 60 yard dash and
ran on Loyola's winning 8 lap
relay team,giving him 12 points.
L. C. Belding, Athletic director
of North Central College, was
manager of the successful Mid-
west lnvitations of the Track Meet.
Phyl Ebinger Bartlett, Weldy Lynn Sneider and
Awards Trophy "case the joint" Visiting Victor
"Last Lap McCallister" Queen "Bev" and Court "Rothrock Runs"
"Leila, Lyn, Bev, Phyl, Elaine" "Up, up, up,-and?"
BACK ROW, Left to Right: Belding, Schwab, Meloney, Anderson, Davis, Stibbe
Mann Thompson, Cooper, Pichert, Miller Cirainerj.
FRONT RCJW: Countryman, Boggess, Fisher, Rothrock, Theuer, Stelling, Ebinger
jurzyna, Sabastian, Corretore, Bingle.
BACK ROW: Henning, Ostroth, Kung, Mason, Haumersen, Paulin, Rawers, Fetzer, Grantman, Blessman.
SECOND ROW, Seated: Norenberg, Newman, Koenitzer, R. Koenitzer, P. Retzloff, Simonsen.
FIRST ROW, Seated: Shilling, Westine, Beyler, Erickson, Erwin, Hanosh.
MEN'S SWIMMING TEAM DUAL MEET RECORD
The N.C.C. swimming team, coached by the
the former Olympic star l'lal Henning, took top
honors in the conference meet held at the home
pool this year.
Paul Retzlafl paced the team with a total
ol 87 points. Captain Bob Koenitzer was un-
defeated in the 150 yard backstroke, and took
second place honors. john Koenitzer was third
in the high-scoring column.
Bob Koenitzer, Paul Erickson, and John
Koenitzer set a new pool record for the 300
yard Medley Relay with o time ol 3:09.8,
Erickson, a newcomer, also broke an old record
in the 200 yard Breaststroke by lowering the
time over 5 seconds to a 235.0 mark.
Three new conference records were also set
by N.C.C.: the 300 yard Medley Relay and
the 150 yard Backstroke, by the same men who
hold the present pool records. The 400 yard
Freestyle Relay conference record was broken
by Iim Neuman, Dick Fetzer, Paul Retzlatl, and
Art Rawers. Allen Beyler took First and second
The Student Body is proud ol a team that
gigs put N.C.C. high in Aquatic rating.
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N.C.C. ... .. 54
N.C.C. ... .. 42
N.C.C. ... .. 43
N.C.C. ... .. 40
N.C.C. ... .. 35
N.C.C. ... .. 48
N.C.C. ... .. 40
N.C.C. ... .. 53
N.C.C. ... .. 32
Green Bay ......
Wilson jr. College..
Illinois Tech. ....
U. of Ill. Navy Pier..
Illinois State Norm
COLLEGE CONFERENCE OF ILLINOIS CHAMPS
N.C.C. ................,........ 72
Augustana ., . .. 52
lll. Wesleyan .. .. 40
N.C.C. ........,...,,.......... .
U. of III. Navy Pier
Loyola U. ...... .
!II. Tech ..........
Ill. Wesleyan . ..
III. Normal ....
ennia 1 94 9
The Evertmen showed good bal-
ance as the season progressed and
wound up second in the conference
with a good average, including
the five out of six wins by N.C. in
a Wheaton-North Central match.
During the season the netmen rang
up a score five wins, four losses,
and two ties.
Senior, Diclc Tholin, tops of the
players, won the honor ol compet-
ing in the Central Collegiate Ten-
is meet at Western Michigan
College, and holds the Number1
N,C. ..... 5 Elmhurst ...... 1
N.C. ..... 0 U. of Chicago.. 9
N.C. ..... 4 Lalce Forest . . . 4
N.C. ..... 1 U.of Chicago. . 8
N.C. ..... 5 Wheaton ..... 4
N.C. ...., 7 Wesleyan .,.. 2
N.C. ...., 6 Augustana ... 3
N.C. ..... 3 Elmhurst ...... 3
N,C. ..... 2 Ill. Tech. .... . 6
N.C. ..... 6 Wheaton ..... 3
N.C. ..... 2 lll. Normal ... 5
The Women's Varsity Tennis
Team unleashed a great season
by tilting the ole winners' scale in
N.C.C.'s lavor. The champs ol: the
asphalt smashed through with three
wins and one tie.
Sporting the red and white for
the Cardinals were: Monie Kinney,
Betty Lou Menzel, Joyce Keller,
Fay Knoll, and Gladda l'lennel4e.
Shirley Knopf was the manager.
North Central 4 Wheaton 2
North Central 4 North Park 2
North Central 3 Wheaton 3
North Central 4 Lake Forest 'I
TOP ROW, Left to Right:
Bill Wunder, Dick Tholen, Walley
Tom Greenwill, john Koenitzer,
Colonel Knox CBobD.
Monie Kinney, Betty Lou Menzel,
Fay Knoll, Shirley Khopf, Miss Tanner,
BACK ROW, Left to Right: DeMot, Mgr., Tarte, Inello, Bazant, Mehn, Ottesen, Fawell, Coach Olson.
FRONT ROW: Dundas, Hieber, Pierson, Besson, Cross, Braun, Spong.
TOP, Left to Right: Pierson, Ottesen, Hieber and Inello, Dundas, Braun.
MIDDLE: Besson, Cross.
BOTTOM: Mehn, Bazant, Coach Olson, DeMot, Fawell, Spong.
N.C. ........... 1 Elmhurst ........ Q
N.C, ..,........ 4 U. of Chicago ... 5
N.C. at Northwestern fRainJ
N.C. ........... 2 U. of Chicago ... 10
N.C. .,......... 8 III. Wesleyan .,.. 11
N.C. .... . . 2 Macomb Teachers Q
N.C. .... . . 2 Carthage ...... . 1
N.C. .... .. 13 Lalce Forest ..., . 5
N.C. .... .. 1 Wheaton .... . 9
N.C. .... .. 2 Millikin .,... . 3
N.C. .... .. 2 Lake Forest .... . 4
N.C. .... .. 11 Wheaton ....... 10
This year OIson's nine moved down the scale
to come out seventh in the conference standings.
"Lefty" Andrews toolc first position on the
ggound and Chuclc Desson the receiving end.
The Elmhurst Blue ,lays toolc the First game two
to one. The Cards then sacrificed games to the
U. of Chicago, Illinois Wesleyan and to Macomb
Teachers' before recovering to talce Carthage,
two to one.
The Squad was shut out by Western Illinois U.
but returned with a 13 to 5 victory over LaI4e
Forest. Wheaton, LaI4e Forest and Millilcin,
caught the Red birds off guard, resulting in three
defeats. The OIQon nine successfully wound up
with an eleven to ten score over Wheaton.
Andrews led in batting with a .286 average,
Captain Braun and Tarte following with a .280
and Ottesen with an average of 275.
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The 1949 N.C.C. outdoor traclc squad opened
its season with second place in a triangular
meet with DePaul and Elmhurst at Elmhurst.
Burch, Anderson, and Sinderson were high point
As the season progressed, Anderson along
with Burch, led the Cards in scoring, and suc-
ceeded in catching second place honors in an-
other triangular meet with Illinois, Wesleyan and
IV1iIIiI4in. 217 pound Laurence Anderson cracked
jay Berwanger's 15 year old N.C. shot put
record of 47 feet 5 inches, with a heave of 47
feet 7 inches. "Tiny" also successfully de-
Nine Traclc and Field Meet which was held at
Decatur, the Redbirds managed to take sixth
place, with the crown going to Wheaton. Ander-
son was the lone Cardinal victor in the meet,
but "Tunic" Dunning tied for first in the pole
vault with a pull of 11 feet 9 inches. Other point
getters of the local squad were: Ronnie Baum-
gartner, a fifth in the shot put, Bob Boggess, a
tie for fourth in the high jump, Dave Meloney,
third in the 880, and Lenny Burch, fourth in the
broad jump. The Card mile relay team placed
fifth. Star hurdlers of the team were I"Iarry
Stelling and Captain Bill Rumsfeld.
fended his Little Nine shot put crown tying the SCORES
old record of 46 feet 10 inches. N.C. 4615-DePaul 87IfQ-Elmhurst 29
Gathering 17 374 points in the third Little N.C. 56IfQ-Wesleyan 661 X3--Ivlillilcin 361 X3
E Eb' Th uer Baumgartner, Rumsfeld, Meyer, Anderson
STANDING, Left to Right: Coach Belding, vans, Inger, e ,
Sinderson, Stelling, Dunning, Straughn,WCountryman, Morouski, Pletcher, Mgr.
SITTING, Left to Right: Burch, Rothrock, Koten, Meloney, Boggess, Cooper, Crotser.
ACTION SHOTS: Anderson, Meloney, Rumsfeld, Burch, Stelling, Baungartner.
Winners of letters in football, basketball, track,
tennis, or swimming who are able to endure a
rather gruelling initiation are eligible for mem-
bership in Varsity Club. Besides upholding a
sportsmanlike spirit in all athletic contests, mem-
bers of Varsity Club sponsored a ping pong
tournament, selected the Midwest Track and
Swimming Oueen, put on a minstrel show, and
"threw" their yearly formal dance. Varsity Club
is unique in that it is the only club in the school
wealthy enough to have a clubroom with a tele-
vision set and a ping pong table.
Doing an "about face" the Card golfers went
from top to bottom in Little Nine Conference
standings. The preceding year the Card Cham-
pions paced the conference meet with a score
of 665. But this year coming up with a 684 they
found themselves out of the picture. The Golfers
racked up a season of three wins and seven
losses, taking ninth in the conference. The
Card's team includes Dale Schultz, Dick Uphoff,
George Stephens, Bob Meisner, Frank, Sherry,
Price, and Geils.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Glenn Frank, Elton Tietz, Bob Morauski, Bill Bradish, john Adams, Tiny Anderson, Dick
Raecker, Len Burch.
SECOND ROW: Kenyon Patterson, Bob Boggess, Fred Hodkin, Don Fenner, jerry Spong, Dave Evans, joe Pletcher,
THIRD ROW: Bob Blessman,',RogerPritchard,Warren Ebinger, Don Theuer, john Lubach, Bob Rothrock, Louis Bloede,
BOTTOM ROW: Dick Pierson, jim DeMott, Norris Cross, Orrie Boetcher, Ted Hoffman, jack Koten, jim Neuman,
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Left to Right: Bob Meisner, Dale Schultz, George Stephen, Dick Uphoff.
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The Women's Athletic Association is gov-
erned by a Board ol Control comprised ol the
administrative otlicers and the heads ol the var-
ious sports. Otticers lor this year were Shirley
Rosendahl, Pres., Shirley Knopf, Vice-Pres.,
Dottie Emholtz, Sec., and Norma Knapp, -lreas.
The juniors won the intramural soccer tourna-
ment. The seniors were the basketball cham-
omen :S wimming
The Merner Varsity Mermaids' primary diffi-
culty the past season was the laclc of competition.
Collegiate varsity teams lor competitive meets
were just hard to find . . . although a combo at
YWCA'ers from Green Bay, Wisconsin chal-
lenged the leminine tankers at their first meet
and caught our gals a bit high and dry with a
staggering score ol 47 points to N.C.'s 12.
pions lor the lourth consecutive year. The tennis Coached by Mrs. Marge Walsh and captained
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tournament was won by Betty Staley.
by COHDIG l.C1l'1g ef, SOD OITIOYG fe Y
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Marcia Bett, Mary O'Brien, Marilyn Leiser.
- ' O W h Eleanorlclden, loyce Mertz, Dolores Norberg, Murna Heltmcrn,
SECOND ROW. Dorothy Miller, enese unsc ,
Marilyn Bender, Evelyn Hubbard.
THIRD ROW: jean White, Lois Hageman, Ruth Cobb, Audrey Rainbow, Lois Passover, Beverly Wolters, Betty Staley,
Marilys Sonnenberg, Dotty Emholtz.
FOURTH ROW: joy Ramsdale, Ginny Otto, Glorilg H.ouglgton,garol Laubenstein, Glacla Henneclce, Carol Passow,
Ruby Boehm, Connie Langher, Lorraine Frank, ourse mun e .
Z P t Hostetter Amy Chval, Norma Knapp, Miss Tanner, Shirley Rosendahl, Joyce
BOTTOM ROW: Myra ager, cr ,
Kpllpr Fave Philipp, Betty Lou Menzel, Doris Diewall.
Left to Right: Mamsen, Pal, White, Norberg, Rilling, Pratt, Langher, Giere, Philipp, Walsh.
"Yell Lilce 7 7 7" 1950 marks the end of a lively iron-lunged cheering combination: Miriam
Felberg, Nova Cobb, Dante Germanotta, laclc Dennis, Allen Beyler, and Paul Stiftler, Allen Beyler
was captain of the active team this year. It will be hard to forget the antics of Paul and AI with their
hypnotizing act, that monster rubber maslf, their Russian dance, and that "Can Can" chorus line as-
sisted by ,laclc Dennis.
For the First time a Pep Club was started this year made up of Freshmen. There were twenty members:
ten girls and ten boys. Don "Happy" l-loplains led the Pep Club cheers. Faculty adviser for the Pep
Club and cheering squad was Miss Mary Louis Hargis.
A new constitution was drawn up for both the squad and club. It stipulates that each spring a
new squad of six, besides the next year's captain, will be elected.
Beyler, Dennis, Stiffler, "We got the coach"
Cobb, Germanotta, Felberg.
Dante "Sock em-Bust em"
Paul jack Allen "Duck Locomotive"
ln sleepy little Naperville-
Torch lights parading up Fort l'lill
Green hats and lormals blossoming
North Central is awakening."
"Welcome back"-"Erosh confusion"-"Green
Hats"-"ice Cream Social"--"lug-'o-war" -
The grand traditional Thanksgiving
Eills our hearts with joy of living
Where we can malce our own tradition
l.imited only by ambition."
"Mr. Gimpel, violinist"-"Religious Emphasis
Weelc with Dr. Warminghamu-"Yetl4rut
Sochupn-"Senior Spoolc Night"
"ln October's red, and gold and green
We crown a new homecoming queen
A great football victory we seelf
To compensate Erosh for their Woe Weel4."
"Tom Moore Show"-"Queen Nlariannen-
"Bonliire"--"Floats and Awards"-"Lake Forest
Oame"- "Alumni Show"-Ulvliss l"largis and
Mr. E. Himmel recital"-"All School Goblin
"Best wishes from the Senior Class
Pass the coolcies and Fill the glass
Stock up on sleep, have lots of lun
Catch up on papers you've left undone"
"Gentleman from Anthems"-"Miss Muriel Kerr
pianist"-"Swimmers l'loliday"-"Story ol Na
tivity, Christmas Vespern-"Chemistry Club Tea'
"l'll be Home lor Christmas"
'This is the season to cram and nod
Shaken by finals-its not odd
We make new resolutions firm
Begin a new year, and finish a term.'
'But Prof. that was last year!"-"Dinner
for foreign students"-"Rabbit Pete"
'A winter scene ol ice and snow
Would freeze us iF we didn't know
Chill winds are no cause for alarm
For love is young and hearts are warm."
-"-lhoreberg and Sved Concert"-"ACT
Week"-"Coffin, poet"-"N.C. over
Wheaton in BB."
March winds make our complexions red
And colds and snillles plague the head
While track and noted swim stars meet
Our heroe sits and soaks his feet."
"Festered Lily"-"Bev-Swimming and
Track Queen"-'iswimming Conference
"All unconscious of April showers
Hand in hand they stroll for hours
IF Spring beauties they're admiring
Their interest in nature is untiring."
Spring breathing space"-"Junior and
Senior Prom"-"Varsity Minstrel' -
"All-School Talent Show"
Another year's rolled round again
Another May Queen has been crowned
Another class of seniors gone
Heads in the clouds, feet on the ground."
'Varsity Club Formal"-"Green Pastures"
-"May Day, exhibits, sports, dances"-
"King and Queen"-"Our Town"
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SUBURBAN OIL COMPANY
METROPOLITAN COAL CO.
"WE MAKE WARM FRIENDS"
Oil Burners Sales Sz Service
AUSTIN 4 80 F 6 4 80 VILLAGE 8 4 09
Telephone EU 6-0967
PAUL ZIMMERMAN 8t CO.
-Real Estate, Mortgage Loans'-
All Watches Electrically Tested
Insurance, Property Management
1012 N. Boulevard DR. and MRS. FREDERICI-I TOENNINGES
Qok pork, Illinois 38 W. jefferson Phone 1321 Naperville, III.
AL S MARKET RAFTER HOUSE
Grocery and Market
222-224 S. Washington St.
Corner Benton and Ellsworth
Naperville, Ill. Phone 530 Phone 1144
235 S. Washington Telephone 264
OLIVER J. BEIDELMAN
. Licensed Embalmer
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
BEN FRANKLIN AMB:,gg5g555V'fE
I-:Annu CLEANERS MOSER
Fuel and Supply, Inc.
"Retail Lumber and Millwork"
, HARoLD MosER
OS mgton Phone 320 319 N. Washington Phone 1100
NC'P9fVill9, lllil1OiS Naperville, illinois
SEARS ORDER OFFICE
Qrder by 11:00 A.M.
Paclcage by 5:00 P.M.
S A M E D A Y
SDVUWQ 7-9919 Phone 4400 l.. l'leclingerRoeml1ilcl, '19, Mgr.
80l'fg8 14. gd CO.
genera! .xdgenfd gd Wanagera
175 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, Illinois
Represented in Naperville by
LES WEINER SBC Co.
JOYCE N. LEHMAN
at MOORE'S I
HEADQUARTERS FOR BUILDING MATERIALS
MOORE LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
315 S. Main St. AT THE RIVER
Congratulations CIass of '50
Compiete Fountain Service
Rich body, Pleasing aroma,
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If you cannot purchase this in your home
-write us-P.O. Box J. S., Chicago T901
North Central College Book Store
Owned and Operated by
rtl1Cent IC ll
Everything the Student Needs"
Congratulations '50 Grads
FGUCEICS DRUG STORE
"The Prescr ion Store"
Two Registered Pharmacists
S W lm S Ph
HERBERT A. BRAND
coNeRATuLATioNS, CLASS or 1950
Naperville Since 1910
Q3 S. Washington St. Naperville, III.
HOWARD A. ESSER
"Where Insurance is a business"
All Types of Insurance
135 S. Washington Naperville
ROLLS CAKES ... PASTERY
23 W. jefferson
Phone 215 Naperville, III.
llfllvlcfer mecora fin? .Slain
Wallpapers I Draperies I Paints
A 4.-'-'f---qasi'-H 1' '
The Alumni News
and The College Chronicle
The Naperville Clarion
Printers for North Central College since 1870
Rollo N. Givler
Class of '98
Earl D. Qilxleal
joe Pletcher '52
Don Nlchaughlin '52
Lloyd Hanson '49
jim Myer ,lames l-l. Givler
Class of ,46 Editor
Class ol '35
Gordon St. Angelo
Class of ,SO
Class of '52
Genevieve Tovvsley 'Q8-Features
BEST WISHES WITH
Ernie's 66669, Service
LEE ESTER IACK KOTEN
JOYCE N. LEHMAN
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
33 Washington PI'1one 1114
6 S. Washington St. IDI1. 978 Res. 'I37
Business Phone 300 215 So. Washington
Residence Plione 5 Naperville, IIIinois
BEST WISHES to the CLASS of '50
6 W. Jefferson Naperville
,t ,lj ,....,Y-n , . , --v-
,, A vw-, .,E,i,
"OUALITY DRY CLEANING
20 E. JeFIerson Phone 570
W4 2 i
Donmar Hardware .
Furniture Repair Shop
HO"dWO'e' Tools' and Cutlew E.lv1.WElSSENBOI2N-L. r. Basiocnr
Electrical Supplies, Gifts
Slfierwin Williams Paints Recovering and Restyiing-
Keys Cut, General Repairing Free Estimate
Bendix Automatic Appliances
Plwone 599 Naperville
321 E. Qgden Ave. Naperville, III.
VVatches . . Diamonds . . Jewelry
Fine Watch Repairing
209 So. Main Street Naperville, lllinois
the hobby gilt studio
117 South Woshington St.
BEST WISI-IES FOR THE SUCCESS
OF THE CLASS OF 1950
U. . . just o Iittle gift For someone
volue with service
1043 Curtis Street
Downers Grove, III.
foufmp Hmfdwmfe from
I"IorcIwore - Housewores - Points
Feclerol Deposit Insuronce Corp. Supplies -T Sporting Goods
Phone: Downers Grove 49
ALAN SQLIKLII3 I46
Gloss - Tools - Electricol ond Plumbing
WM. W. DAW
STOKERS - COAL and
FIRE PLACE WOOD
gfgfke Z5 gooferg
Ph nes: Ph
Spectrum Photographers Bef. 4?77W-1 Nap.
Wor. 2521 Nap.
Complete Auto Repairs
MYERS BRUMMEL MOTOR
SALES Phone Nap' 626 SERVICE
' Courtesy of
R A N G I S
'lg Finest Men's Wear
,IQ4 SO. Loomis IXIODSVVIIIG, lllinois Dk The College Hqberdqshery
K 7 xy 5 ENGAGEMENT
i 45 af Lola and
AURORA, ILLINOIS I
A H For ALL Occasions
Radio Sales and Service I
"Gene" Holmes S
Aslc Your Neighbor-We Repairecl His
Phone Aurora 2-6816 130 Downer PI. I AURORA
' '....'?"'.QQ,'f , ,Q
Progress depends on accepting the latest and serving the
public with merchandise of l4novvn value. l'lence, lor 35
years we have served you with Nationally approved
merchandise. . . Famous Rexall l.ines . . . Lucien LeLong . ..
prince lvlatchatnelli . . . Dubarry . . . Revelon . . . Faherge
Chen Yu . . . Courtley. . .Sportsman . . . Sealorth . . . You
Win ALWAYS ima the best at the REXALL store,
Two Registered Pharmacists
CLYDE C. NETZLEY CO., INC.
"We Have the Trade That Service Made"
Mgr. l-larry E. Ridley, '96
Congratulations on Your '50 Spectrum
HAAS 81 CETZ
Plumbing and Heating
236 S. Washington Phone 80 Naperville, l
LIETZ AND GRQMETER
Heart of Aurora
A Good Place
WOMENS AND CHILDRENS APPAREL
HANDBAGS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, HOME FURNISHINGS
The Home of
All NotionoIIy Advertised
FriendIy Credit Terms
Wauarro if 9011184105
"THE DIAMOND HOUSE"
11 N. Broodwoy
i..i.1.-e-- -vi. fl- 5 3
The 1950 Spectrum
ANDERSON and DUY
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
"For Young Men and Men Who Stay Young"
Q1 Main Street Aurora, III.
"The Store That Confidence BuiIt"
9 South Broadway
"Aurora's Choice for Over 20 Years"
jlre Connie S4010
I ' "Smartest Shoes on the Avenue"
ChIIdren and InIant s Wear 64 FOX St. phone Q-1351
16 E. Jefferson Ave. Ph. 61- I AURORA, ILLINOIS
PURE Once You Try It
RICH Y 'II AI B It
HEALTHFUL OU Ways UV
I C 1
Z MFD. UV NIV BROS.. DE KALB, ILL.
' I "SERVE IT A U I LEGS " I
HEY BROS: DE KALB, ILLINOIS PHONE 388
Success to Your 1950 Spectrum
BoEcKER GRAIN AND COAL
Franlclin County Coal
497 N. Ellsworth Naperville, Illinois phone Q70
Best Wishes to the Class of 1950
You're Always Welcome Compliments
Qt the i of
LA H E
NAPER THEATRE G SS GUS
CARI. AND FREDA WQLFF, Prop.
"The Friendly Little Theatre"
Naperville! Illinois Ogden Near Washington
Always Tops in Screen Enterta t
LEWIS PAINT STORE
Q18 Main St. Phone 703
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Congratulations to the Graduating Class!
HAROLD E. WHITE
Class of '35 - Publisher of
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PUBLICATIONS - COMMERCIAL AND SOCIETY PRINTING
Tel 9110119 53 128 S. Washington St
CLASS OF ,SO
N .ll , C J NAPER CLEANERS
61 HVVZ 65 071 -
ID I y 24 Hour Service
Klifbgn Odorless Cleaning
Featuring Candy Kitchen 126 S. Waslwington Phone: 315
Bulk lce Cream
Q9 W. ,leHerson Phone: 763
Recreation - Sport- Exercise
242 S. Washington St. WILLIAM A. FELDOTT
Naperville, Illinois Prop.
. . . Remember, Students, You can
s eseaecueig I
I-Iamburgers, Top I-Iats, and your
other favorite Ice Cream clishes at
PRINCE ICE CREAM CASTLES
Stores in Principal Cities Throughout Northern Illinois
Compimenfsof Welcome to N. C. Students
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL
American and Chinese
Organized 1888 We put up Any American and
Total Reserves Chinese orders to take home.
Over S24,000,000.00 57 So. Broadway Moro, HI-
PITTSBURGH GLASS ASSELL PHOTO SHOP
90 MOM Street The Most Complete Photo Service I
AURORA, ILL. Aurora
phone: 5800 "Our Business is Developing"
41 lsland Avenue Phone 9803
Congratulations Spectrum and Class of 1950
Floor Coverings for Every Budget
. CARPET . VENETIAN ELINDS
. RUGS . TILES
. LINOLEUM . SHADES
Also Full Line of Metal Trims, Waxes, Pastes, Cleaners ancl Sundires
62-64 So. River St.
Expert lnstallations AURORA, ILLINOIS Dial 8709
28 s. Broadway AURORA, ILLINOIS
Television Radio Appliances
133 S. Washington St. Phone 108
J. I-I. BARENGRUGGE
"lust the place for Dainties for a Feed"
16 W. leFlerson Phone Q0
Rassweiler Hardware Co.
14-16 W. Chicago Ave. Phone 77
BOECKER'S MEN'S WEAR
"We Dress You from l-lead to Foot"
129 S. Washington St.
Q15-217 Fox St. Aurora, lll.
Telephone: Aurora 8467
Education and Industry . . .
Work Together in the Chicago rea
In the Chicago area, you can go to school and get
practical industrial experience at the same time. Educa-
tion and industry work together to coordinate practice
and theory. The opportunities that result-both for in-
dustrial firms and their employes-are great.
Cooperative training programs have been jointly de-
veloped by Chicago area educational institutions and
industrial lirms. Students selected for these programs
alternate three-month periods of industrial work with
similar periods of study in cooperating universities. The
combination of on-the-job experience and formal
schooling turns out men who keenly appreciate both
the practical necessities of industry and the theoretical
principles that underlie them.
Two major factors promote the success of cooper-
ative training programs in the Chicago area. First, the
region is the industrial heartland of the nationg it con-
tains an abundance of diversified industries. Second,
the area is richly endowed with a variety of high-calibre
The results have been valuable to the participating
industries, to the students enrolled in the training pro-
grams, and to the cooperating educational institutions.
Industry gains highly trained personnel, and has the
opportunity to select for permanent, responsible jobs
the best prospects in the group being trained. Since the
cooperative programs attract alert, well-balanced indi-
viduals, the quality of the entire group is high.
The students proht from their knowledge of actual
working conditions. They are better able to absorb and
weigh the classroom instruction they receive.
The educational institutions can plan courses that will
iit the needs of the students. Close contact with indus-
try permits adjustment of courses to meet new industrial
Cooperative training programs are only one of many
ways in which education and industry work together in
Chicago and Northern Illinois. The combination of a
great educational center with a great industrial area
offers unusual benefits to every industrialist.
WESTERN UNITED GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS
CLASS OF 'so ALSHULER'S
Fatouts Koffee Kup for quamy
NAPERVH-LE Men's WOmen's and Boys' Wea
ffmfff M! RAYMOND LUMBER
GVHZHVICOVZ C0 CQMpANY
AURORA'S VERY BEST CLOTHING STORE Phone 85 426 Non" Woshingto
"The Store that is Satisfied
Only When You Are."
Complete Stocks of
Our Cqfee May Be Poor
But S0 If fl76PTli66
Everything from Bar B Q's
Aspirin and Ping Pong Balls
BAKER LAUNDRY, INC,
Laundry ancl Dry Cleaning
"The Official College l.oundry"
Phone-Aurora 8432 Auroro, lllinois
Q CANDY CO. 81 CIGAR CO ff0fU
10-12 River St. Aurora, lll. K CG'
Shoes For The Entire Fomily Lenert
Young Men's Prep Clothes Shop
10 Fox St. Auroro, lll
Across From The City Hall
211 SOUTH MAIN
PHONE 253 NAPERVILLE, ILL
MENTON .IEWELERS Cvmplimenfs
"The Store oi Friendly Service" of
Expert Jewelry and Watch Repairing a
1-3 Fox Promenade Aurora, illinois Friend
CHARLES SHIFFLER SONS
"We Can Talce Care of Your Building Needs."
PAUL E. SHIFFLER WARD C. Sl-IIFFLER
711 N. Ellsworth 409 E. Chicago Ave.
Phone 632 Phone Q57
KING ENGINEERING CO,
Radiant Heating Air Conditioning Automatic Heating
Commerical and Industrial
11443 South Michigan Avenue Commodore 4-5854
Perliaps many ol tlie Spectrum readers do not realize vvliat a great
amount of vvorl4 goes in to tl'1e malcing ol suclw a publication. l-lovvever,
vvitlw tlie lwelping lwand ol some vvlwo stood by, vve vvere able to prepare
and bring to you, Class ol '50, tlfie bool4 of your clrioice.
Qur professional aid Was offered in tlie persons of Mr. Kose ol
S. K. Smitli Company for a beautifully original cover . . . never slwall We
forget our plwotograplwers, jim Steplwenson and Raymond Gilmour, ex-
clusive from l'larrington Studios in gloliet . . . not to lorget Mr. lVlotl1er-
vvay and Mr. lansey from Pontiac Engraving lwelping to solve tlnose
problems tliat lwave to do witlw mounting and engraving . . . and Finally
vve lwanded in tlwe Final copy to Mr. Rogers of Rogers Printing Company,
vvlio really deserves a tribute for getting our bool4 baclc to you.
Several students deserve mention because ol tlieir earnest and
vvilling aid given tovvards tlie mal4ing ol tlwis bool4. Sports Editors, Dale
Sclwendel and Faye pliillip, Literary Editor, Nancy -llwompson and tlweir
stalls deserve a round ol applause lor meeting tliat Final deadline.
And may vve say Utlnanlcsn, Dottie Emlwoltz and Eileen Bertz For your
unsellisli ellorts in typing tlwe Final copy, rewriting and mal4ing tlwe dummy
complete. Anotlwer utlianlcsn to Trudy Naclibaur, Marianne Wilt, and
l.ucy Kodani vvlwo gave tlrieir time to lielping tl'1e Business Start. -l,l"IGDl4S
to you Keitlw Gritletlw and Bob Price for giving pliotograplwic service.
ln tlwe mounting limeliglit, vve say "tl1anl4s" "Ricardo" l-lavvtlworne lor
your timeless ellorts. To all tlsiese and many more, vve, Cliuclq, Annie,
and Jan, would lil4e to say H-l'lianl4 you."
Aand l-l Radio...
Ace Stores ....,..
Al's Market ........
Anderson and Duy . ..
Arbeiter Durable . ..
Armour 84 Co. ..... .
Assell plioto Sliop ....
Baker Laundry .....
Bapst jewelers . ..
Beidelman, Q. ...
Ben Franklin ,.......
Bill's l-latslwop ....
Blytl1e's Bootery .....
Boecker Coal .......
Boecker's Mens Wear
Boy Van-l-lam ......
Brand, l-lerbert .....
Broecker Carl ...,..
Brummel Motors ,......
Burgess Auto Repair ..
Clwicago Fence 84 Equip. .... .... .
College Chronicle ....
Connie Slmop .........
Daw, Wm. W. ....... .
Donmar l-lardware ....
Dupage Boiler Works. .
Economy Auto .......
Ernie's H661 ..... ...
Esser, l-loward .......
l:atout's Kotiee Kup ,...
Fodor glewelry .......
l:OUC9l4,S Drug Store.
Glass l-louse .....
Greenwalds . .
l-laas 84 Getz .....
l-laidu Cleaners ...,.
l-larrington Studios . ..
l-ley Bros. ...,.... .
l-lobby Giftgtudio ....
l-luesing's Jewelry ..
jetiriels Drugs ......
Kelmscott press ....
King Engineering ....
Laura's Slwoppe . ..
Leitz 84 Grometer ....
Leliman, ,loyce ....
Lenert, Geo ....
Lenert, Nick ....
Leon Snap .......
Lewis Paint Store .
lvlgin l:00Cl ...........
Matter, l-lerb .........
Menton's ,lewelry .....
Mercliantls Natl. Bank .
Moore Lumber ........
Moser Fuel .i..,......
Naper Cleaners ......
Naper Tlneater .......
Naperville Candy Kitclwen
Naperville Clarion ....
Naperville Natl. Bank.
Naperville Sun .......
Naperville YM 84 Co. Center
Navarro's Jewelry ....
Netzley, Clyde .......
N. C. Book Store ......
0swald's Pharmacy . . .
Parker Radio .........
Pontiac Engraving .....
Prince Castle 4........
Q Candy 84 Cigar Co.. .
Quality Bakery .....
Ralter l-louse .....
Rangls Men's. ..
Rapp, Geo .......
Raymond Lumber ....
Rile Cleaners .........
Rogers Printing Co. . ..
Sclwmitz and Gretencort
Sclworsclw, Albert ......
Sears Order Qliice . ..
Sexton, Jolmn .......
Sliitller Sons ........
Soukup l-lardware ....
Sport's Bowl .......
Strand Cale ......
Student Union ...
Suburban Oil. ..
Tasty Bakery ..........
-lic loc Jewelry .......
Western United Gas. ..
Widder Decorating ....
Zimmerman, Paul ....
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