Northern Illinois College of Optometry - Focus Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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72 Lf! mfg .' g ff azaffi Eefmfrfiff Qhfcfre-o, ffl TIH E V CUS I PRESENTED BY THE CLASS OF JUNE, 1932 Northern Illinois College of Optometry CHICAGO, ILLINOIS you who read find in the following pages something of 5591" interest, something helpful, possibly inspirational, or come upon some little bit that makes life seem brighterg and then, in years to come, if mellowed memories of 1932 are brought happily to mind . . . the purf pose of the men whose work is here represented will have been fulfilled. What greater recompense could be asked? JOHN P. MAHN, '32, Editorfinfflllief. Behiraieh in imiemnriam Thomas Rhonda Williams was born August 1: 1894, in Bridgeport, Penn., and departed this life September 11, 1931, While a valued member of the faculty of Northern Illinois College. We, the june Class of 1932, reverently dedicate this volume to him as our appreciation of a man who exemplified only the highest qualities, was always ready with a helping hand, and who won the love of all. Four THE Focus june The Focus Staff JOHN P. MAHN WILLIAM M. SIDWELL EditorfinfChief Associate Editor FRANK PARKER FRANK C. OTTE Business Maiiager Associate Business Manager WALTER L. BELL JAMES H. ERBAUGH Advertising Maiiager' Associate Advertising Manager HELEN L. GOETSCHEL Associate Advertising Mairagev' GEORGE VODI.AN S. HERMAN SHURIN Artist Artist FRED H. RATHBUN Typist THE Focus JUNE TH E FQCUS STAFF 1932 W RJ 'isazxif L .T F 1 3 'X I Six THE Focus June ag " U,gL3.15,, .111111 111 , 1' ,. 1 - 1 M G, 1, M 11 ,11,,5,:,p 1 1 K 1 rgqfyq 51.1 he 11 ' Ya Q .f "' 11 "' 4' ,, 3 11N 1 SX . 4 4-I it 806.-n N NIV 4' 11 ytwvr J of jg- , , ' 6 065 9 f 1515 JP: 'A' 1 1 ,ii2fX" x I , o,r,l 1 :wif-LE. L-1 bf' ,V ,wg -V . f 1: Y H 1" W W 1 1 1 .ji , f s f f 1 V . V 'Q Qs. 1 "4 " 1 ' Y---1 'fZ.yw,,y' isiffqlfm- "1v"11'1 ' 3 1,Y,,4:f1i,.. ww? 21' 11 1 I , :A7 ' V 1 ,f . 2 . hrkfr 1 X I ' f 3, J 1 KI - ""' ' ' mn xx X I Y. . 'LAN -I . X X, . ' I I . ., f' . Q1 1 YI? 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This record must some day appear for judgment before the members of certain inter' ested groups: The Alumni who have preceded you, the classmates who have known and cared for you, the long line of graduates who are to folf low youg the teachers and instructors who have led you, and, perchance, the entire fraternity of fellow Optom' etrists. HERE will soon be placed in It is my deepest wish that all of these may view it with approval, with admiration, with respect, so that you may derive those peculiar rewards which are beyond price-but, more than all, as you scan this record may you find in it that which will satisfy your own best self and yield lasting content. WILLIAM B. NEEDLES, Dean. 1932 THE Focus Niue Administration DR. WILLIAM B. NEEDLES PROP. ERNEST OCCHIENA President Vu-efP1'e.siclem LIDA E. NEEDLES Registrar DR. W. JEROME HEATHER DR. WILLIAM . .RAY .1 Clinical Department Inxmmzevitatbn pa l . Ten THE Focus June DR. W. D. ZOETHOUT DR. BERNARD T. HOFFMANN Senior Faculty, DR. THOMAS G. ATKINSON DR. OTIS R. WOLEE DR. C. STANLEY MOGUIRE DR. JOHN A. Ross 1932 THE FOCUS Eleven DR. CHARLES H. DODGE DR. ROBERT W. UPHOFE Senior Faculty DR. MIRIAM A. WALKER DR. RICHARD H. SNYDER DR. HAROLD FORBES DR. JOHN H. ZEISLER Twelve T H E F O C U s June , 'Q turned and nearly one hun fa." ' dred of you who entered our College as eager students are leaving as mature doctors. In each of you I have felt a deep and peculiar interestg and I am sure you know that inter' est was not due solely to the responf sibility of my position, but that vvithf out exception you have endeared yourselves to me. Together we have traveled some rough roadsg and now, as vve part, I wish to remind you that I must travel the same rough roads with another group while you are to enter a life in which you may really find yourselves. At Hrst your path may be hard to travelg but be assured that if you travel Well, it will eventually become pleasant and enjoyable. All I can wish for you is that you may so conduct yourselves in Optomf etry as to earn what President Eliot aptly termed "the durable satisfac' tions of life," Good health to you - and God' speed! GAIN the wheel of time has 1 A ,Z 9 ' 37' ERNEST QCCHIENA, Principal. T EFOCU Th ol! Ill AT ,..-, "'x':?'x?'f ,QML x'l H H . ff G f3,n-r3r'1 01116 ' 1 A L X F il' :,,15f Fourteen T H E F O C U S Jun Class of January, 1932 OFFICERS ROBERT W. UPHOEE President CLYDE C. KNUDSON ViC6'PTESidC71t FRED. H. ROHLIN Secretary WALTER L. DANKS Treasurev' CLASS CGLORS Purple and White 1932 THE Focus ROBERT W. UPHOEE Madison, Wis. President of Class Phi Theta Upsilon Beta Sigma Kappa Tomb and Key Class President KU f4j Tomb and Key VicefPresident UU CLYDE C. KNUDSON Mokena, Ill VicefP1'esiClent of Class Omega Delta Class VicefP'resiclent KU MQ FRED H. ROHLIN Chicago, Ill Secretary of Class Omega Delta Beta Sigma Kappa W,-xLTER L. DANKs Gary, Ind Treasurer of Class Omega Delta Beta Sigma Kappa Class Treasurer KU PU GEORGE R. BEILFUSE I Chicago, Ill J 'Phi Th? a Upsilon Aluirmi Sbll'olcLrsl1ip Award ,' 'C1g1duate,Clinic Associate Us 51 J i A . l, ' "7 ix WILLARD L. BOWEN Dau-E01-ii, Mich Omega Delta Beta Sigma Kappa Square and Compass-es Club MILTON A. BURSACK Jamestown, N. D Omega Delta Beta Sigma Kappa Class Treasurer KZQ JOHN L. CALLAHAN, JR. Chicago, Ill. if at tk' Sixteen T H E F 0 C L E E June JOSEPH C. CLORE Chicago,Il1. Omega Epsilon Phi BARNEY COPELAND Chicago, Ill. Omega Epsilon Phi Tomb and Key Chapter President KU Pan Hellenic Council f3j FRED C. DAHLE Chicago, Ill. Omega Delta JAMES B. DICKSON Wapello, Iowa Beta Sigma Kappa Square and Compasses Club J. ROBERT FITZSIMMONS Wichita, Kas. Omega Delta Beta Sigma Kappa Tomb and Key Chapter Treasurer f 4 Q Tomb and Key President f 4 j JOHN W. FOWLES Antigo, Wis. Phi Theta Upsilon XVILLTAM C. GARLAND Marshalltown, Ia. Omega Delta QQ Tomb and Key K Chapter Scribe f4j FRANK M. GOLDBURG Whitehall, Ill 1932 T H E F o C U s Seventeen EDXVARD S. GOULDING, JR. Berwyn, Ill. Omega Delta ERVIN F. GRAY Chicago, Ill. Phi Theta Upsilon Beta Sigma Kappa RICHARD J. GRUNDMANN Chicago, Ill. A Phi Theta Upsilon Beta Sigma Kappa GEORGE H. GULIAN Detroit, Mich. Phi Theta Upsilon IVAN C. L. HEDINE Alexandria, Miiiii. Phi Theta Upsilon CECIL M. HIGGINBOTHAM Charleston, W. Va. Phi Theta Upsilon Beta Sigma Kappa Class ViCC'P7'6Sl'ClC71f f2j HERBERT J. KERKER Davenport, Iowa Phi Theta Upsilon Tomb and Key Chapter Guard f2j Graduate Clinic Associate RUSSELL R. KING Chicago, Ill. Omega Delta Graduate Clinic Associate Chapter Reporter f2j Class Secretary f2j Basketball f3j f4j I tg.-' 5",Q Eighteen T H E F o c U s JUUC ARTHUR O. MCCRACKEN Chicago, Ill Phi Theta Upsilon ARTHUR J. MACKEWICZ Hamtramck, Micli Phi Theta Upsilon Beta Sigma Kappa Chapter Vice Chcmcellov' f4j Chapter Guard f3j ' ,iflll C. LUTHER PETERSON Alexandria, Minn Omega Delta Beta Sigma Kappa ' Tomb and Key is. X" -' Chapter President f4j , Chapter Repoofteo' KU ,,- Tomb and Key '1'1'easuTe1' f4j T ., '97 T Baszqefbazz K3 Q , .1 captain my w ,A - Y" , ARTHUR L. SCHILLER Chicago, Ill 'lie' , ' Omega Delta - Beta Sigma Kappa Q X gf ' lx VIRGIL M. SEARS Kalamazoo, Mich Omega Delta TRUMAN A. SINQUEFIELD Dothan, Ala Phi Theta Upsilon H H H MAURICE J. STEINFELD Paducah, Ky ' Omega Epsilon Phi Chapter Secretary and Treasiwei' UIQ FERDINAND I. TOMCZYK Detroit, Mich Omega Delta Beta Sigma Kappa 1932 T H E F O C U s Nineteen HYMAN C. T OSMAN Chicago, Ill. Omega Epsilon Phi ' f XVILLIAM H. WOOD Springdale, Ark. Beta Sigma Kappa QNO portrait, ANNE ELLIOTT MACLIN Chicago, Ill. 1 is in is - H EY ' H i l w w. H avwxyii M WM,- Jauuary Class in Pathology Clinic X Ellie Senior 0921111 ll promise to continue inithout abatement mp stuop of optometrp, constantlp striping to increase mp knotnleoge ano mp skill. Qlihe hisual tpelfare of mp patients shall guioe me in tearlesslp aohising all necessarp treat: ments, ano shall oeter me from suggesting unnecessary serhice for material gain. Zin oroer to suhoroinate the commercial element in optometrp, il promise to oisplap no merchanoise except in the act ot oispensingg to ahoio all forms of oisplap aohertising tnhat: soeherg ano to shun unethical locations for practicing. Zin oroer to enhance the professional ele: ment in optometrp, 35 promise to conouct mp practice in an officeg to charge each patient a fee commensurate tnith the serhices renoereo, ahoioing hoth nominal ano exorbitant chargesg to maintain a proper attituoe totparo other practitioners ano totnaro other protessionsg ano to keep secret all things in the lihes of my patients tnhich ought not to he oihulgeo. if stpear that, accoroing to mp ahilitp ano mp iuogment, Zi mill keep this oath ano the spirit of this oath inhiolate. im help me Goo. -ikohert wayne Tklphoft, '32, 19 T F TWe11tyfO GIKIAI A H32 TwentyfTw0 THE Focus June Class of June, 1932 OFFICERS IRVING B. LUECK President WILLIAM M. SIDXVELL VicefPresident FRANK PARKER Secretary ROBERT C. SPEN CE 'Heasureo' CLASS COLCRS Maroon and Gold A 1932 THE F IRVING B. LUECK Antigo, Wis. President of Class Phi Theta Upsilou Tomb and Key Student Instructor f4j W1LL1.aM M. SIDXVELL V Cape Girardeau, Mo. VicefPresiclent of Class Phi Theta Upsilou Tomb and Key 'Class Treasurer KU f2j Associate Editor, The Focus MQ Bowling f 4 j FRANK PARKER Chicago, Ill. Secretary of Class Phi Theta Upsilon Tomb and Key Tomb and Key VicefPresiclent f4j N Business Manager, The Focus f4j ROBERT C. SPENCE Pigeon, Mich. Treasurer of Class Phi Theta Upsilon Chapter Chaplain f3j ROGER W. ALFORD McComb, 'Miss ' Class President flj f2j Bowling my XVALTER L. BELL Americus, Ga. H xfidvertising Manager, The Focus Nj JM ' Hammond, Ind. Jo N M. BLBUER Biloxi, Miss. Club Secretary and Treasurer f3j Club Vice President Mil ' N Square and Compasses Club W 92,655 J TwentyfFour T H E F O C U S ' June WJ QSCAR L. BOLTZ i ?Chicago, Ill. Omega Epsilon Phi Tomb and Key f - EUGENE B. BROWN ,I Dayton, Ohio Theta Uiisilon 1 W1LLgAM,.GJBlLdcKNoR Crooksville, O. MQ llffqlgh'reJh1Td Compasses Club i ALI Chicago, Ill. 111 ooee ' LE W. BYHAM Canton, Ohio Omega. Delta. Tomb and Key A President Tomb and Key f4j , Tennis f3j Mj KENNETH A. CARTER Fremont, Ohio Phi Theta Upsilon Chapter Librarian f3j f4j Tennis f3j K 4 j Q VJAYNE S. CHIL T Chicago, Ill. Sqn, ? passes Club G-RRHARD P. CLAUSIUS Marengo, Ill. Phi Theta Upsilon 1' ' xT?lM In . 1932 T H E F O C , TwentyfFive H K IM www ,Q f ' r fi 15.3.3 i JOHN FRANCIS COGGINS Mayiield, Pa. Phi Theta Upsilou 1 HARRY O. CONN Freeport, Ill. 7 V i Omega Delta f ff Chapger Librarian f2j lxvl-,K I ful' z., - , MAYNARD P. COSGROVE Reading, Mich. mega elta . , , . , HAROLD D. COWAN AQ' oiblzzi. - Y Phi Theta Upsilon ' - Chapter Librarian f2j Q QBfketwBZg,fj 4j . , I LOUIS N. CUMMING Waterloo, Ia. f ., f , K ' - G 1 4 X. f W0 r " Lia! 6r0yLV . X 5632! U A ' PR1N .gEV5,Rli5 4 im' oififlirfd. - H ,u fr' , -W' f We an elta Wx'M'J0 Claprei-W. K. 1,6 4y My Qiywgzass secretary fzylbgry H f . "-3 V. A. DOMAS Gala Park, Ill. Phi Theta Upsilon fl 0 E ffl? 7,735 E 1,y.fJ-f - JAMES H. ERBAUOH New Lebanon, Ohio Assoc. Advertising Nfariager, The Focus K4j 3 L TweI1tyfSix T H E F O C U S june n f LEON J. GALPERIN Charleston, W. Va. Omega Epsilon Phi -1 LI EIJGENIE 15. GEWE Nashville, IH. 'Phi Theta. Upsilon Tdmb and Key Chapter Scribe iariefgeporter ffaj Basket Ball f2'j Termis f4j Q, ' HELEN L. GOETSCHEL Shreveport, La. Pi Kappa Rho Chapter Chaplain f3l K4j Pam Hellenic Council KU Assoc. Advertising Mgr., The Focus UU i B.'IsIIIIoigCoNzALEz, JR. Tampa, Fla. 'XI Phi Theta Upsilon I I-2 S' l Chapter Chaplain f4j ,- .I Ig' l 4352 l I I. 3 L HEY GlQOD ggflxljiitchirxsoii, Kan. NHL llyhigiig lllpsilon p -XA luv T ' ' and Key lflx fjC,l1 ".A ptgrx Exchequer f2 Q ' mb V nd liley 4 I C, Secretary and Treasurer K 4 j X K ass Vice President KU QQ , PHILIP M. HALL h1te r Lake Minn aaa rl. IWW L CHARLES W. JOHANNES Detroit, Mich. Phi Theta. Upsilon CALVIN H. H.ALL Omaha, Neh. . ff' K' if q' ,, ' W 2, If A ob xv,-' . cf fl P KK Square and Compasses Club 1932 T' H E F O O U s TwentyfSeven R , x it , ,R iirii XV. WALLACE Joos Jamestown, N. Dali. !,,"N., , ' 'Student Instructor KZQ KU f4j N N u - ' -X 1' l H fr ' -1 M", L.: 1 QM4. - 5, 1.-1' ,..,.- 11's ' ,. ,snr I A Lf s-... Lf GEORGE M. KEENE Fitzgerald, Ga. WI Phi Therrgilriryjolywb , GEORGE V. KEEVIL Toronto, Ontario fi f ALBERT J. KUDYSH -Cleveland, Ohio . F 4 7 M V X 'll' I ROBERT A. LACgER u Brownsville, Tex X .. ' Square and Compasses Club B BERT S. LEAOH Joliet, Ill Phi Theta U silon 42 Q Je-3 -2,c9o7L,9' '- v, JOHN R. LEE Britt, Ia. .fy Omg? 'DEMFF , ' X 2 ,,,. ff-X ,rf--?H 41' HAROLD W. LEHEUP Detroit, Mich. Phi Theta Upsilon Chapter Vice Chancellor f4j Chapter Guard KU V! , Pan Hellenic Council f4jL , fl, Lk" ' ' 1 1 ,. ,i JU V .I rx, gm! ,M isp Twentyffight T H E F O C U S June fc k LOUIS W. LENZ Lincoln, Ill. Omega Delta A. RUTH MCCRACKKEN i Qhicagojlll. Pi Kappa R110 A Cliapter,Secretqry zmdfTreasurer KSQ MQ fm- T. ELLSWORTH MCDOWELL Detroit, Mich Phi Theta Upsilon JOHN P. MAHN Elkhart, Ind. Omega Delta Tomb and Key Chapter Vice President f2j Pan Hellenic Council f2j Class Advisory Committee fl Q Associate Editor, The Focus f2j Editor i'n,Chief, The Focus f4j ,le if N T,R . I'R Wino11a, Mi1111. i Kappa Rho l ll apter President f2j f3j TL Hellenic Couricil f2j f3j H W. N D Chicago, Ill. u O ega Delta u erit 111.5-gricctor f2j f3j f4j W ELSO IRD' :W I ' QQJMAA w- Gee-me-L I'IAROLD W. NEUMAIER East Chicago, Incl. 1932 T H E F O C U S TW'E11tY'Nl11E AD L' A C of KENNETH H. OAKLEY Toledo, Ohio Omega Delta Tomb and Key Student Instructov' f2j f3j f4j Omega Delta Tomb and Key Chapter Vice P-resident UU Pan Hellenic Council f4j Associate Business Manage1', The Focus f4j FENK C. OTTL Indianapolis, Incl. MORRIS H. PA?SON Duluth, Minn. ,W you W SAMUEL J. PASSOIY, uluth, Minn. FRANK J. PRZYBYLSKI Detroit, Mich. , 3,1 WA! V ! ,F - l'l,,fRATHBUN Spring Valley, Ill. A ' Omega Delta ' Square and Compasses Club Typist, The Focus MQ .if , 4' ,, ,-Milf, A ,IA X wlgy-'l'X!'l'1 'XJ J 2 ffWlff"i2" E. ARTHUR REYNOLDS Chicago, Ill. Square and Compasses Club an L FRA ' M. ROOT Ames, Nebr. Square and Compasses Club - Club President f3j f4j l L ,WOW l , A l Thirty T H E F o c U s June 511- t xi .. i ,, l X f ,J 1 wi .- ,5 ,, i fl , I M, , . , . , ,Q -.O . w V , . ,-' tL,.,,. J .I ff, A, , I: ,I if -f 'P' . AQ, , x ,WV 1 'J' P I, i i ' l Nl.-XETRICE V. ROSENBLOOM Chicago, Ill. Omega Epsilon Phi P MATTHEW ROTHMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. f Luo RUBIN 1. Rochestef, N. Y. -L " ' -41.2 . 4 74:5 , fy W , C?fs-dofff 4644, '- SHERM.-iN A. SCH.-XTZ Charleston, W. Va. Omega Epsilon Phi Chapter President f3j f4j Pam Hellenic Council KU MQ PAUL L. SCHLAEFERCELIT1pl36llSpO1'C, Wis. Phi Theta Upsilon Q' W ,J JULIA SI-IAPOTKIN Chicago, Ill. qui Omega Epsilon Phi S. HE MAN SHURIN Kansas City, Mo. Artist, The Focus f4j P l ANNA F. IMPSON Q Maysville, Ky. .1 n 1 f A , .f X V 1932 Y, H E F 0 c U s ThirtyfCne . I J, C, I fNEM5B5ON J f mnapolis, Ind. , 'Om J ta jk jf Toni d Key 17 Chapter 'reasurer K 4 Q Basket Ball f2j f3j Nj '. W1LL1.aM H. STEELE Princeton. Ill. ll I' ff.,.,.., .,,,., n WAY' STEPHEN F. SULLIVAN Indianapolis, Ind. U fr- '- 1 ., . :fx ' - f H 1 Q, 'Ting y N -7'f'fgx Aj, 4' L..-1fU,..2i. ,ax JA, AJ 1 In 41 2 '- - ECTOR M. SUTHERLAND Detroif, Mich. Square and Compasses Club 'L iq - . ll VJILLI.-XM TAMKIN Chicago, Ill., ! ,. ., LZJ nl., df V, XA I I U QQ?-y'e7NJ 3.4 ,f K, If .V I. fffff STANLEY . TAXAY Pittslwui-gli, Pu. ff QM. if 7 WILLIA 1..TELFORD, . spfingggld, Ill. Omega Delta i",f'! zapter Repo1'te1'.-fjffi gay Golf K4 -ly . sf' ' i X4 E. THoMPsoQN,',.,' Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Phi ffheta Upsilon . izffjmb Vandx iKby Ql1apterjS6c'ritlewe K 2 j Chapter Chdiifel' or f3j MQ PM Hellenic Cdfznffz my My Q' Bowling 541 l I l ! L t - ThirtyfTwO T H E F O CU X L Rq 4-L June ILLIAM M. THOMPSON Jacksonville, Ill. Square and Compasses Club Club Tyler f3j Golf f4j N R. UGLUM Chicago, Ill. Phi Theta Upsilon Ns GEORGE VODIAN Alamosa, Col. Phi Theta Upsilou J fill LOYD 3 WEDQKZG lllgnsville, Ind. S l1J d f Chapter res e X Chapter Vice President K Pan Hellenic Council f3j f4j 64-47,4-M6 ff,...e..e.A,7 ,MLW MJLMWJQ1. VERNON H. WEHMUELLER ,, f-.' , ,4 f SQ. Louis, MO. ffQf,,,,,,c..J4 7, M ,Cow ERNEST J. WE1ss Baltimore, Md. ll? OVICK H. WILLIAMSON Atlanta, Ga. Omega Delta Square and Compasses Club Squage and Compasses Club xq ILES WOLD Devil's Lake, N. Dak Q ,f ' 7, 4, . L 1932 T H E F o C U s T hirtyfThree PAUL WOLFF Chicago, Ill. , K QNO Portraitsj L 7 LESTER M. HOLLAND Chicago, Ill. " ' Omega Delta '7' A Square and Compasses Club ll GEORGE PosT, JR. Decatur, Ill. U Q til' 7X . Omega Delta fini-Lf CXL7 W . f B. STINSON PRICE Evansville, Ind. Omega Delta - W Chapter Scribe f4j yi Chapter Chaplin my Pan Hellenic Council Mil . . ' X 'N BURGESS D. RATHBUN Otsego, Mich. f' Omega Delta A f ' HN T. RYAN Dubuque, Ia. qf Omega Delta t Typist, The Focus f2j Bowling f4j EVA SHAPIRO Chicago, Ill. ThirtVfFou1' THE FOCUS une :M '1 "m 111 1 1. , W z,,, .. ,N . 1 1 ,N WS by ,S 1 "1 'A 1 , 1 'wif sage 11mm ' 5493, 11 ' f M11 , 1 ,, Wgfw, MMM, 2 V1 1111 : , 225222135 1 3-f.' Farr DEAR Baan W .1, ,111 1 eszszswi , . 11, s 11 1 ., ' ,1 n , 1 W" 1 1211111 wAvwARo says ' 1 1 1 11, .. " K Q . r, . f .. -LN' ' 'H 1 1 1 11 1 M N .. genial +fi51,112Qvyg1' 1,51v 'fi ' ' 1 gi 1 - 1 1 M " 1 il X 11!ws3T',"11 ' 1'--" X1 11- 3 f-'11 !1W"11 1' -Q-V .54 -BAN quiir s'ruo I: .1 . ggf' :' sf.,--gas-1 1.1.--v ' ': Y:..i:-i'?'1"' - ,.-.,' .,, ,5,.:, y,4 11153254 . Q::f, f :" , ' 'I ' any-Q , - .11 an ni' KL W 'S ,, W , J1 1 11 1 15 1 1 1 1 H11 1.1 '1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 I 1 1 3 " 11 15235151 11 11 -11 mi, 1 '1M1'11 ' 1 ,Q 6 f' so 1 X! Nu WN THE Focus ThirtyfF I 1932 git Ill mm!ll6IKI lill X poop ff' 1 f'E5'52'?5k -X 4 V :BENQ kx 1 I L"" . Y 5 ZQJ . 4 fax W"- Th1rtySix THE Focus june A Word to the Wise UT of a rich experience, these words of wisdom issue to those who will be seniors in the spring of 1933, charged with the burden and the joy of producing the 1933 "Focus": Choose your staff as soon as possible after the College refopens next fall. Cofoperate with your staff members- they are working for you and the whole undergraduate body, not for themselves. If they ask you for snapshots, produce them promptly if you expect representation in the book. To those who will be chosen as staff members, attend: Start gathering material immediately. Take notes on all events as they happen. A staff photographer would be a valuf able asset. The Worldis Fair will offer an admir' able and exceptional theme for the 1933 book. Beware of unexpected complications at the last minute. We of the 1932 staff are counting on you for much improvement over our hum' ble but sincere beginning. We are conf Hdent of the success of your eifortsg and when we say to you, "BEGIN EARLY!" we know a word to the wise will be suilif cient. JOHN P. MAHN, '32, Edito1'fiwCl1ief. 1932 T H E F o c U s Thirty'Seven l The Junior Class OFFICERS B. G. SUNDERLAND ....... .....,. ...... P r esident FRANK D. KILTS .... ...... V ice-President MIKE E. EDWARDS .............. Secretary-Treasurer Maurice H. Belford... M. D. Bennin .............. Milton L. Berg .......,.... ..........Newark, N. J ...............,.....Chica.go, Ill Lansing, Mich. William L. Berge .....,... ,. ............. Evansville, Ind Frank L. Blachly .................... .......,.....,.,............, M oline, Ill Darwin A. Bucknam .............,....,........ Jamestown, N. D Myron L. Burney ....,...... ............ M cCook, Nebr. Arthur J. Carroll .............. ............. W inona, Minn Charles A. Cassell .... Westminster, Md Burton A. Clark ................... ............ O sawatomie, Kan. Clifford J. Colwell .............. .,..........,......,. C hicago, Ill. Philip R. Cottle .ll.............. .,.......,.,.... C hicago, Ill. Mike E. Edwards ..................,,.,.,.......l.... Birmingham, Ala. Albert C. Evert ...........,.... .............,.. C leveland, Ohio Richard A. Gilson ......... ....,.....,............ M oline, Ill. Richard J. Godin ....... ......,...........,........ A ugusta, Ga. N eland Gray ............., Van Alstyne, Texas L. B. Grogan .........,.....,.... .l..,....,.... R ock Rapids, Iowa Geo. R. Hancher .................... .................... C hicago, Ill, J. Manuel Herzberg ....,........ .....,....... C hicago, Ill, Albert G. Hutman ............... .............. C hicago, Ill. Stanley Hyrnes .................. ........... S an Diego, Cal. Anton T. Jelinek ............... .............. C hicago, Ill. Willis Kallis ................. ..............Chicago, Ill. Thirty' Eight THE Focus June Frank D. Kilts .v.... ,......V.........,... ............. D e troit, Mich. Miles L. Pitcock ,,.......,,.. .,.......,.. C rooksville, Ohio Jerome F. Kippenherger ..................... Maplewood, Mo. Arthur L, Ringuecte ,,,,,,,4.,4 ,,,,,,,,,,, J amestown, N, D, WIIIIHHI Kirch .............. .........,........ C I'1iCI:lgO, Helene Hgfgn Rogers ......,....'-, Illiiihhllll E Vanston, Albert A- Kramer --"---'- ------------' S Cattle: Wash- Winifred A. Schoenlzorn ,...................,..,,..... Chicago, Ill. Robert G' Ledig "'A""""' A""""" I ndianapolisf Ind- Allen J. Selvidge ......,,..........,.. ........,.., P oplar Bluff, Mo. John Lemmon. ...,,.., ...,......... W ashinbgton, Iowa Joseph J' SlakisnWWW-WWW Y.---mn-Chicago: 111- DeW1tt D. Lewis .........,.. .............. B ennington, Vt. Lawrence Stebbins ami, Fla. EZ1 H' Lriocke """"""' """""" W inlier' S' Adrian Campbell Stipher .... ........... I ndianapolis, Ind. JI E1 """""' 'A"" "'AA'A' CE fagoiiil ' B. G. Sunderland ................... ,.......,.., I ndianapolis, Ind. . . . c inness... .......,,.. ansas ity, o. , , h R h d Tclb ..,,....... ,....,..., ..,.... C h , Ill. William Meikle, ,Ir .,........ ............... D ayton, Ohio gig 512 li Ot F F licaiiil Henry H' Meyer...-..""w WWW-ululian, Nebr. . enwic ay o. i...........,...... ergus a s, inn. James Miller nk,-mm.DearbOrn, Mich- Clarence H. Van DeSteeg. .,..., Rochester, N. Y. R. W. Miller ................................. Q ..,..... Harrisonville,Mo. Theodm' G' Wolff """""""' "'A"'n""""' C hlcagqm' Donald Francis Moriarty ......, f,NOfthH11lPfOD, Mass. Irving Zabllel' ------------'- ------' C lwelilfld, Ohio E. J. Oertling .......,.......,....................... Lawrencehurg, Ind. 'XVolf Zoltan ....,....,.,... ............ N ew York, N. Y. 52 Sophomore Class I OFFICERS R. C. MILLER ................... ...... P res1dent ROLLAND J. SANDEE ........ ....... V ice-President MORTON T. GOLDSTANDT ...... . .Secretary-Treasurer Norman F. Bastin ....................................... Vincennes, Ind. Louis Bauman .........., Louis I. Borish ............. Ill New York City, N. Y. A. F. Brown ........,, ..... ..,...........,..,.. N o rwood, Ohio Robert Colwell ........ .............. D etroit, Mich. james R. Davey .......,...... ................... C hicago, Ill. Howard F. Dettmann ..... .,.,.,...... M ilwaukee, Vxfis. Max Errnan ............... ,.......................... C hicago, Ill. J. J. Forszt ................ ....,....... E ast Chicago, Ind. F. L. Getrost ..........,......,... ........,,..,............ H icksville, Ohio H. J. Gold ............,..................,....... New York City, N. Y. Morton T. Goldstandt ........................ Terre Haute, Ind. D. M. Goodman ......,.......... ..,........ C harleston, W. Va. C. G. Halgren ............ ........... M inneapohs, Minn. Louis G. Klinsky ...........,..................,.,........,..,....,. Chicago, Ill. R. H. Koppleman ....,......, .......,..... M ilwaukee, Wis. Robert Levy ,....,............. .,...........,...... C hicago, Ill. E. C. Linsley ......................,. ........,..,.. M adison, Wis. Thelma B. Mancinelli ......... ........... W ilmette, Ill. J. C. Martin ........................ ............... T ampa, Fla. Irvin I. McVay ,.,,,....... ............................... P ortland, Ore. Alfonso Mejia .....,..........,....... Bogota, Colombia, S. A. Marvin G. Miller ..... ................................ V almeyer, Ill. R. C. Miller .......... ................ T ifhn, Ohio Allan L. Nagro ,....,. .....,......... D etroit, Mich. Richard Needles .......... .................... C hicago, Ill. J, D. Nelson ......,,.,,,...,,.., ............ L ake Park, Minn. Richard YV. Nelson ...,,, .,............. T oronto, S. D. 1932 T H E F o C U s ThirtyfNine Sam O'Neal .......... .................. C hicago, Ill. Louis Pabst, jr. .....,.. .A.........,. C incinnati, Ohio M. Pearlman .................... ...,.......... L ouisville, Ky. W. R. Pond ............................ ................ R ichmond, Incl. Wayne Reichelderfer ..................... St. Petersburg, Fla. L. A. Rice ......................... ................. T oledo, Ohio A. R. Rochte .....,,........ ................... C hicago, Ill. Charles Rudnick ,.......,., ........,.... S heboygan, Wis. Meyer Safra ..,....................... ,........,,... O dessa, U. S.S. R. Rolland J. Sandee ....,.......................,. Fond du Lac, Wis. Armond G. Schonfelcl .................................... Chicago, Ill. Harry L, Schwartz, ....................,..,...... Youngstown, Ohio Emil Seda ...................., ...i............ Ri verside, Ill. Helen Simons ......,. ........,..... Y psilanti, Mich. Milton Soble ..................... ....,................... C hicago, Ill. F. W. Staubach ..........,.. ..................... C restline, Ohio Ellis J. Stineman ....... .........,...Traverse City, Mich. R. K. Stoecklin ....,. 1. A. Stoelzle ........... Milton Sternberg - Charles Stolarsky .......... Raymond Strange .......... Francis Thompson R. W. Tubesing Donald Turner , Leroy Weber ........... Raymond Weller ...... ...., Wm. Whitehead ............ .......... Maurice D. Wilcox ........ .......... F. Willianis ........,..... Meta Zehner .....,. P. J. Zilfra .............. Louis Zolot .......,... .....Cincinnati, Ohio Louis, Mo. ................Chicago, Ill. ...,.......Detroit, Mich. .....,.....,..Hillsboro, Ill. .......Bad Axe, Mich. .............Richmond, Ind. ..................Elgin, Ill. ...............Cel1na, Ohio ..,.............Chicago, Ill. ...Kansas City, Mo. .-.Burr Oak, Mich. Silver City, N. M. ......,.Evansville, Ind. ................Chicago, Ill. ..,....,......MilWaukee, Wis. Forty THE Focus June Sophomore Class Il OFFICERS I CHARLES E. LEWIS .............. ........, P resident CHARLES GREEN .......... ...... V ice-President . MAXINE BUTTERFIELD. . ., ....... Secretary-Treasurer David M. Appel ........ Bertha Aserson ......... Wyatt Barnes ,.......,.., Edwin J. Banta .......,..A. Ralph J. Berkovitz-, ..............Ch1cago, Ill. ..............Chicago, Ill. ........................Ariton, Ala. Indianapolis, Ind. Indiana Harbor, Ind. Willard J. Betlock ,........... ............ F armington, Minn. Walter C. Bodelson .,l..... ......,,... C ando, No. Dak. Phil Bryant ........,........,......... ..,........... M aywood, Ill. Maxine Butterfield ,........ L. R. Butz ......,............... ..............Lakeland, Fla. Monterey, Minn. Harold L. Carlson ..... . james W. Carter ......... Roy L. Clinton ......,..... Arthur F. Cole ............. Burl B. Combs .......,............ . Jerome B. Conlogue L. O. Corwin ...................... ...,.. William DeWald ........... . Thomas W. Dodson ............,..... Chester B. Emitt ...... ..............Mankato, Minn. ....,...........Fostoria, Ohio ...............Portland, Ore. Oak, Iowa ..........,..Speneer, W. Va. Detroit, Mich. .....San Antonio, Texas .........................Chicago, Ill. .....................Villisca, Iowa Oklahoma City, Olcla. 1932 THE Focus 'Forty'One Don O. Emmons ......... Lester Brnstein ..,. .. Richard H. Fair ...,....... Dan Fast ..................... O. H. Foerster ...,.......,... John G. Franck ...................... Charles Robert Fults ...........A.... Frederick B. Galo ....... Robert F. Gerkin .......i... ..,. Floyd German ......,....., Gilbert G. Giese .,.,.., John R. Graf .......... Johns, Mich. ...........................Chicago, Ill. ...,........Des Moines, Iowa ...............Nekoosa, Wis. Campo, Texas ...............,,..Nashville, Ill. ......,,,......Springiield, Ill. ......................Laredo, Texas ..........Grafton, W. Va. ......Rock Rapids, Iowa Watertown, So. Dak. Parkersburg, W. Va. Charles Green .............. ...,.....,........ T acoma, Wash. Stephen Gernazian . ............,.. Atlanta, Ga. Robert Hardy .............. .........,....... Z enia, Ohio H. W, Hencklei '.,..........,. ............... O verland, Mo. Oscar Hill ,..,.........,.,................ .............,............ F reeport, Ill. Bernard B. Hillyarcl ........................ Washington, D. C. W. C. Holcombe ......,..... ............,....... S candia, Minn. R. E. Howell ................. ..............,.... D othan, Ala. john R. Kelly ....,.,........ ........... S t. Johns, Mich. Marvin W. Kile ......,... ........... C reighton, Neb. Ann F. Kutza ......,..,.,,. ...................... C hicago, Ill. Claire C. Kitchen .......,... .,..,..................,..... C arroll, Iowa C. W. Kolancyk ..,...,,....... ...,.....,... M ichigan City, Ind. Henry Koepke ........... ....................... C hicago, Ill. P. D. Klaers ,.,............ ......,..... S t. Paul, Minn. R. N. Klaers ................ .,.......... S t. Paul, Minn. Philip Konecky ............. ,............. C hicago, Ill. Stanley C. Krieg ...,.......... ............ K ewanee, Ill. Rolland R. Krueger ......... .................. G irard, Ill. Philip E. Lachman ................. .............. D etroit, Mich. Kenneth W. LeHeup ................................. Detroit, Mich. Alvin F. Lemontree .....,........ ............. S outh Bend, Ind. L. N. Leonard .................... ........ - .Manchester, Ohio Herbert H. Levine ...,.,..... .... Charles B. Lewis ........,... .......Portsmouth, Ohio ......New Orleans, La. Arnold Lieberman ......... , ................... Chicago, Ill. Carl M. Maggio ............... .............................. C hicago, Ill. Robert M. Mace .....,.... ..... ........, M a son City, Iowa C. D. Marsden ...,......,.. ...................... L .,Fueblo, Col. Wilbur Mathis ............. ........... E nterprise, Ala. John C. McIntyre ...... ............... D etroit, Mich. N . A. McKinnon ........... .................. D othan, Ala. Virlee Metzger ............ ...,,...... F erdinand, Ind, W. R. Milner .................... ...........,... M oorisville, Ind. Harley E. Petersen .............. ...............,.... C hicago, Ill. Gillette V. Quintard ........... .......................... T ama, Iowa Claire E. Rhodes ............. ............ M arshalltzown, Iowa C. A. Sims ..........,...,....... ..,................... D ayton, Ohio John E. Strecker .......... .........,........... V alparaiso, Ind. Frank Terry ............. Freshman Class I Council Bluffs, Iowa OFFICERS GEORGE IVI. ROBERTSON ........ ...... P resident W. L. HAASE ............ . . .Vice-President THOMAS H. RILEY .... ..... S ecretary Elder Bates .......... Hal Blaine ................. Irvin M. Borish .....,..... M. H. Bross ..................... Edward H. Brown ......,.,. Lawrence Brunk EDWARD C. T EWS ...... ............... T reasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Chicago, Ill. R. Maynard Govaia ..,,,......Litchfield, Ill. ,,,.,..,,.,,,Yonkers, N. Y. Charles Griiiin ..............Decatur, Ill. ,,,,,,,,,,,,Nevv York, N. Y. Walter L. Haase............,... ..............Sedalia, Mo. Johns, Mich. Ted Heinecken .....................Milford, Neb.' Mich. Irving Kanarek.............. ...............Cleveland, Ohio ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,Detr0it, Mich. J. Nick Kiebel.................... .,.........,...Fostoria, Ohio ,,,,,,,,,,,Middlevi1le, Mich. M. LeRoy Knutson............... ...,.....,.,Clear Lake, Iowa Charles Cox .................. Alan H. Fisher ....... ........,..,.,......Chicago, Ill. Thurber Mincer ................. .....................Miarni, Fla. FortyfTwo T H E Focus June ---N . 1 '. 1' f 1 l 1 . -. 1 - ' K , l- llfkai.. .' - . 'Qi ani? 1, ' Williain McNabney ............ ................... K okomo, Ind. G. A. Rasmussen ................ ...,......... M arshall, Minn. ..................Cleveland, Ohio Thomas H. Riley .......... George M. Robertson ............,..... Minneapolis, Minn. Robert Sayers ,,..,.,........... .................... L ibertyville, Ill. Theodore Scott ............. ........... Y onkers, N. Y Charles Stockman ....... .......A...... E Bingham, Ill Edward C. Tews ....,........... ................... D etroit, Mich Arnold B. Tomlinson ....................................... Chicago, Ill R. M. Wilson ................il...........,...... Parkersburg, W. Va 6559 Freshman Class II OFFICERS ROBERT H. WERNER .... THEODORE SWANSON DOROTHY CALHOON .... ERNEST A. HEURICH .... Dorothy Calhoun .,.,.....l,...,......,.........r.......... Cameron, Mo Robert R. Carr ............... .........,................... C l1iC21gO, Ill Donald W. Conner ........., ............... B rownstown, Ind. President Vice-President . . . . .Secretary Treasurer Seward E. Duplissis ...................,.......... Muskegon, Mich S. P. Elam .,.......,............... ...r..,....... L itchiield, Minn E. Milton Goodman ....... ....................... A ustin, Ill L .I .A-A P.. 1932 T H E F O C U S FortyfThree P Sl 555.1-1 g- '1,L . 5 Q ..4 ix MN l Q, ,- Philip Gutwith .......,..A.,,, ............... C hicago, Ill. Ernest A. Heurich .,.......,.. ..,.....,........... C hicago, Ill. Lloyd W. Hines .......,, .,.....,.,. W est Salem, Ohio Wayne L. Hines ......l............. ........... W est Salem, Ohio Edward W. Kadziela .......,..... ,............,...... C hicago, Ill. Frank M. Keefe .........,........ ................,......... C hicago, Ill. Ben Maness .............,..........,.......,...,....v.,.....l.... Detroit, Mich. Marshall A. Marvalli ...l,.,,................ Elmwood Park, Ill. J. Wesley Parker ......,..l..l....... .......... ..........Kenosha, Wis. James H. Pennington ........................ Knightstown, Ind. George W. Rochte .......... l............,..,.. C hicago, Ill Fred Rose ......,.......l.......,,. .............. D etroit, Mich John C. Russell ,................. ..,.,............ C hicago, Ill Herbert W. Ritzman ............ ............. S hamokin, Penn William Rubinson .......... ..,..,...........,. C hicago, Ill Gerald Siskind ........,...............,...,. .................,. C hicago, Ill Theodore Q. Swanson ............ ...........,... O ak Park, Ill Bruno Wainoris .................,.,. ..,..,....,..,. C hicago, Ill Robert H. Werner ........., ......,...... C ulver, Ind FortyfFour T HE Focus Iune 1 .115 1 110 - ' 'UM ' . 1 - 1 -1 'f 53' me Q Wi' .M 1 11 11.111111a7151,3251,,, 111111 11 ,1 1 "111"1 1 1 W1 111 1111111113111 1111111111111 . " 1 1 A ,1111111 H51 ,JEEE31 1 1 - 11 - 1 i, X L, 1 .P 2 , f EJ Y 1.111 1 iz - ?'- W33? ' 11 1 1 1 1151 3111155211 1 zgezvsris -1,1:111S111z1z.11. 11111 11111111"111E1145: , ' " , 111 W 111 11111g1:1fQsz1.11 'ggisy T 1- .11112?1E7.-212515 111 1 111 1: . mx:-' 1" 22141 1511 111111111311 "111 ' J2a:11:13w11g1111e1111 .1113 1 1115 111124151151 gegzgwvxaasegiw 11 1 yy? ' 5155411525555 '111'w'11 1 f S U" Tw-P110 v,A. 1 11 1, 111.115.1133 111455111 1 --315 1 1,1 111219 1- ,1 . 1 3.1, 11. . 1 1 1 . 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N '-1 IE rn 'Tl O O C cn 44 CZ I3 0 1932 T H E F O C U S FortyfSeven Basket Ball 4 HE 1931f32 hardwood season com' prising 20 games ended with N. I. C. winning eleven and losing nine. The crimson and red boys played a bang' up game in every contest, losing several games by a one point margin. Sweet ref venge had her say on a couple occasions, N. I. C. winning from teams that had been the victors in previous games of the year. Coach Breslin whipped the team into shape early in the season and kept every man on his toes working to hold his posi' tion. Prospects for next year seem unusually bright, although some valuable men of the squad do not return. Those graduating are: Capt. Peterson, King, Soland, Cewe and Cowan. Major emblems were awarded to: Peter' son, King, Meikle, Conlogue, Ielinek, Needles, Soland, Gewe, Everett, Cowan, Cerkin and Wlutehead. THE SEASON: N. I. C ............... .............. 3 9 N. I. C ............... .............. 4 9 N. I. C ............... .............. 3 2 N. I. C .........,...,. .............. 2 0 N. I. C ............... ............., 3 9 N. I. C ............ .. .............. 37 N. I. C ............... .............. 2 5 N. I-. C ............... ............,. 3 2 N. I. C .......... .............. 2 '7 N. I. C ............... .............. 1 9 N. I. C ............... .............. 3 0 N. I. C ............... ..,........... 4 0 N. I. C ............... .............. 2 4 N. I. C ............... .....,........ 2 7 N. I. C ............... .,.,.......... 4 0 N. I. C ............... .............. 3 2 N. I. C ...........,... .............. 2 1 N. I. C ............... .............. 2 3 N. I. C ............... .............. 2 7 N. I. C .......... .............. 1 9 The College ......... 622 Ramblers .............................. 10 Omega Delta ,.................... 12 Dragons .............................. 21 Hyde Park ........................ 34 111th St. ............ ............ 6 O Wabash ............... ............. 3 3 So. Chicago ........................ 28 So. Chicago ........................ 30 Ill. C. of Chiropody ...... 28 Englewood ........................... 23 Wabash ................................. 39 Hyde Park ......... ............. 4 8 1 I 1th St. .............................. 23 Englewood ................. - ........ 18 Homewood ........................ 34 Chicago Printers ............ 19 Armour Tech. .................. 20 Logan Square .................. 29 Chicago Tech. .................. 49 Ill. C. of Chiropody ...... 14 Opponents .......... 572 Fortyfliight T H E F o o U s June THE LINE-UP C. "Pete" Peterson, captain and regular forward. Pete has been faithfully con' sistent as high point man during his four semesters at school. ' I. "Jerry" Conlogue, forward. A first year man who uses his surprising speed to great scoring advantage. A. "Tony" ffelinek, center. The tall boy who always places N. I. C. in a scoring position by his ability to get the tipfoff. R. "Rus" King, guard. A fine defense man with a fighting spirit. Rus was a two year man and a big factor in the team's success. R. "Rich" Needles, guard. A great defense player and a constant menace to opposing forwards. W. L'Bi11" Meikle. Bill serves with ex' ceptional ability in the double capacity of guard and assistant coach. E. "Gene" Gewe, forward. A little fel' low who plays a big game with amazing flash and speed. E. "Em" Soland, forward. A fast, clean playing boy whose dependable support will be missed next year. R. "Ev" Everett, guard. Another ban' tamfweight. Dynamite isn't very heavy either! W. "Bill" Whitehead, guard. A good man, always to be depended on. Opponents for next year are warned in advance. - The Team in Action. 1932 THEFOCUS FortyfNiue wg ' - , 4,125 yn ,Q-if mf: 'F , f1:,.g3,,1'1i! '- J .- - .,,.,: 1 mt. V v-:N A 1. .. V 5iTf1:.,..w..,,,.Q 4' Q, uw--,N'., 2 1,-fizvqxbgaf.-" 1, YL: l , wa. Q, ,gl X 'Fifi , : Q-FI! ' V-+5112 . . , v '2'3."v512','-5-'L 'Viz , ' . 1222 35.135 355: "'sf'1??k53j.g , V '1 5' I ff- 7 : jf' 1.5, ' ' gi gi' g14t1f'5Q2ff.w'L Y ,Y 25.1 L lr',i .,"Hwx, 'M :M , 5: ' - W " i3l1p 1, 1 fu, 'v4s11.,-..-. ,fi"f1lm! ' ZiiQsj"QfII11',,fu if ll.. . -- . ww-4 , ' f . - H 3, Nw Q-1 f H H A , X' Q' W W1 X X 121: fi , w, g s. 1 I win. "313f5eg1s2f m ,"Qg2 w' 1 ww. I ' gig,g,,gW.1jR..3hwv..1NHg, NA, 'www-"'1'1.N1"' ,5 Ni M, Q-qqq ,, -157ifkRu"'Wu'':w"w1,'wQE ,- 4fEQff N '-'- QQ l w .w U w u+ U M1 www fwmw-,m,5,u,m.,,,:,, .. ,J ..... , N ' f 421' ' -,, 1, .. Qs H BILL: M. - , ' " 'ig,:g- - . .' , . sires, R W: ki wr 145. 'W' A iii, H ,. tw, ,ggi : H Si, 'U EKRY ff? -- xv, uwvv-SEM N .. -H 'mfg , ,N w X v QL. -.,.. uxr L uw u , . J 7 f 'f '- l-11g,,11,.g: Q- ., J V , .Q ' Q21 -, 1 ,,-.Y::11: V , 'gif .5 , . .-:ff-,.'5.Q wifi- ull, ' ,- f??siiff ig. ,fr,L111'fw1"1'W " -1 iff:--w-4...,"' -K - ' ' -1. '-,5f:g1.',-'::'f,.fx.Q wr ' 'J - 1351.4-'iii .- 2. . T' - - - 'Y Y --QE- 'arm-I-J..,.1 . v Fifty T H E F o c U s June THOMPSON TELFORD A MAHN CUMMING Golf HIS sport, being a newcomer in the athletic ranks of Northern Illinois College, holds promise of developing into one of prime importance. The team members have been getting in practice whenever the weather permits and are anxiously awaiting the official opening of the season. We have all confidence that the team will be able to check up on the winning side. Plans are rapidly formulating for an in' trainural golf tournament. This is receivf ing enthusiastic support from our Presif dent, for Dr. Needles himself is an ardent golfer. All the men on the team graduate this June leaving the total responsibility for the next year on the shoulders of the underf classmen. 1932 T H E F o o u s FiftyfOne SIDWELL juisfl, ALFORD THOMPSON U flat f teer Bowling HE strikes and spares have been plentiful Whenever this year's team has been in comptition. All the men have maintained an unusually high average. Although not as well organized as other sports in the college it is just a matter of time until bowling will receive complete and justified recognition. An intrafcollege championship is being organized for next year, the team repref senting the school to be chosen from those competing. All team members being Seniors the sucf cess for next year depends entirely on the undergraduates. FiftyfTwo T H E F o c U s June s L J KIN G PETERSON 1-'5J.: QEi. 5' no ' nf, Fr' Jfvafvfxi .Q . .ga . ,af -f ,N -,J BYHAM CARTER Tennis HE racketeers have not started their active spring schedule at the time of this writing but have been sneaking in practice whenever the weather man sees fit to provide a suitable setting. The season last fall was completed most successfully, the team winning all but one of their matches. The loss of Capt. Peterson and King through midfyear graduation will be' felt most seriously. Byham and Carter form a most capable nucleus for the squad this spring, there being quite a few promising candidates to ill out the two vacancies. Matches have been arranged for, most all of them with various other professional schools in the city. Early reports predict a successful spring season. I - T HfE f F O C U S Fiftyffhree ' llllllm lllll I fl-, I , Ill FiftyfFour T H E F O C U S june . S f - -HH--,HX H- jj' " 'W J" '1'f'.' .-,f . Sv -- NUQEQ : HHH H! 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A ggi, - , J , - H 495 -- - -- . - X N -, -- -- ,, , XXX XX-- X X., XXX -X - is A H.--X,-, X -- -A-X .X X5 ,gf - X 7 ,X,.,X,, LX X XX , - X iz? , -V ' , V' -' 'Vw 1.4. H Q-5?-BH-fa-HH56" ,-X-Hg?-W f --" "H, -- 'W -"' '- f-- Q: ' W' t ' CI-IILAG O- SUN . . ' . . 1 I . in ,,, s V - ' 1932 T H E F o c U s Fiftyfflive Xia.. ,elif nf V4 - V W 1 -. ,' ' ' "NL ' ' x '..-, Wm." '- .F ' Pan-Hellenic Council p OMEGA DELTA MU SIGMA 'PI Loyd M. Wedeking Philip E. Lachman Adrian J. Stipher David M. Goodman Frank C. Otte Alvin F. Lemontree OMEGA EPSILON PHI PHI THETA UPSILON Julian Shapotkin Charles E. Thompson Jerome M. Kippenberger Henry H. Meyer Richard A. Gilson Harold W. LeHeup T PI, KAPPA RHO Thelma B. Mancinelli Winifred Schoenborn Maxilie Butterfield The PanfHellenic Council is composed of representatives from each Fraternity and Sorority in the College, and is sponsored by two members of the faculty, Dr. Wm. Bray and Dr. M. Walker. Meetings are held once a month in order to discuss inter' fraternal problems and to bring about a feeling of cofoperation between the individual groups. The Council has formulated certiin laws, concerning rushing and pledging, which each Greek letter organization must abide by. ' I Fif'CY'5iX T H E F o c U s june W 1 ' f -., HM A 'fsf 7+ f--X .X + ++ ++ ,gg i? ff 7 ' 'VE IL ullehyer Llfaarrce Jeymawg A Sf-6ff4Z5!Qf" 7951 mlb? f '- 0' Y' 316 wf X 1932 T H E F o c U s FiftyfSeven Pi Kappa Rho Founcled Northern Illinois College-1928 ALPHA CHAPTER 10 FY -. , 5 'f 1 . 6. , ffikr l 0 1 fff j' A '- sfl, Colors: Orchid and Green " frm, FIOWCFI lfi-9 X if A i K SORORES IN FACULTATE Lida Needles Miriam Walker, O.D. Helen Lazarski, D.O.S. SORORITY SPONSOR Mrs. E. Occhiena OFFICERS 1931 NATALIE MEIER, President WINIFRED SCHOENBORN, VicefPresidem RUTH MCCRACKEN, Secofetary-T1'easu1e'r OFFICERS 1932 THELMA MANCINELLI, President WINIFRED SCHOENBORN, Viceflhesident MAXINE BUTTERFIELD, Secvemfryfveas. MEMBERS Bertha Aserson Maxine Butterfield Helen Goetschel Ruth McCracken Natalie Meier Thelma Mancinelli Virlee Metzger Wiiiifred Schoenhorn FiftyfEight T H E F o C U s June - J.- h NTL. Q' ' . rf " N A b , , ' 'f R ' - . f , 1 . '22-af f ' 5 " Q- : , P ' Q 1 .9 W1,:WwI ,I , QI?-f Q Q1 MII, , I 7 "QI, I, uv 5 A-1 . . N gl , N. 1 A " ' WCZQWQSP H , ,.., ,, ,jiQ4iY.'Yff'1fif , Hifi, ,F4v.13ArHmgy'w ,L,mQggL1n,w:ow 1,,Maf?QfQ5G VE, Lulyavvnnxziim, KMUFWEY ' . H 1 ' f , " ' - ' ' T V ' . , ',-' f ., ,I I f- '1 S-...J ' W Mf"f'-52. T I 1' A Q - ' uA:.ManvaLu II , II I III4 I N Jfgf ff , ELI! I IIEI If , I mf 'Y f'N'wi1',,f' 'X ' ,. -' X 5 1 l L2 4.7 rx ,-G P5 5 I, ' X A ' .AJ x , - '-:Z as-Hg k' , .I . sxzsmm II, . " 'M' " ' QEUWFFW 'YF-M'f'NN A Mkrllg F B mm , c.oMn.f:.sa5N WCVTWMOMSE 5.' ozrvnw I I , I I I a,g5g527II I II . 5. 1 '1 a . a-zfsifak ' ' M V- - ig- I J' 2 , '15 Iii, 'fi' , ' " 9 ' . I XI. ,I I, , A-if , p I I I .r - N K1 II , I L3 ,4 s ix Q A ' 1 ff I ' - ' :Aww ,fn NENDLEJ wggbgmw , I ,WII95,5,,E II JIPTMBW My ,H ""f-fmglme II A F'C5fggEF I, I I ' ' .' I X Lx hs ig! f-, X IW", 3: , I ,, I if I wg, III IQI. 7 rdf, V2 I I .Q It , + H ,fl-we ' I 'a f ' 7 ' , - ' La 2 QQ .1 12 KELLY MKUEPKE 'I ' II7., 'I ' pw Len! GVDUINTHRD E. N ,: I M II II? .,-: ' - . I II f I ,. , Q , ' - A 5 ' M 4 ,, Q X I JDNELSQN X II I x I yt 0, 6An?0sfpr5u1 5 1 fo f ' - 4- -- ' 4 I v ' I -L 5 f K. H H L CNRLSON ' P J GPFF F-I K ni a .1 5 cor.-g06Jg I2 c MPLLEFQ R,L CL1rJ101l 0,14 1111.4 E MU VIJEU wg mf.-mans: IMPILEY ln? t , 1 , tg I ' , gI I 1 I 3 6 Q1 54 QE QE X X 1 1 2' . I , , x, J' In -, . f wf M M , VJ 1 ,E,E..,- 2, W ,gvgwm U 5' fa r sv sn K P R TPI? if ecuuas Mhiavvflafff nv EJ1.:'.vs,f F ,s ,1 ..,. - Y 5 greg.-,gg 5 E LHW5- 2 I N.. II I: -- I I I f II lx Q - . 1 4 . v Z - . X, x xx V. ' I 4 . ' . FC I-111.797 f .1 B N H lY'EM!lZ"fl5 , REHOPVELL HE5fPifllV FHRWIQN KSTDSCKLIN7 J 5 Sfn7LCkf? H M' L CC NUCNEIJ' G N W A Photo-by MauriccScyu1ou1' A Sr,ClairHolc1. Chicago . 1932 S THE Focus FiftyeNine lm P Q Flower : White Carnation Colors: Royal Purple Omega Delta Founded Northern Illinois College, 1917 ALPHA CHAPTER FRATERS IN FACULTATE DR. W. B. NEEDLES DR. T. G. ATKINSON ' DR. W. D. ZOETHOUT DR. W. H. BRAY DR. H. F. FORBES DR. ERNEST OCCHIENA DR. C. S. MCGUIRE DR. B. T. HOFFMANN DR. C. F. SHEPARD Edwin S. Banta and Gold DR. R. H. SNYDER DR. J. H. ZEISLER OFFICERS LOYD M. WEDEKING, President MYRON L. BURNEY, Chaplain FRANK C. OTTE, VicefPresiclen1: CHARLES A. GREEN, Reporter EMERSON J. SOLAND, Treasurer J DONALD O. EMMONS, Librarian IAIDRI.-KN J. STIPHER, Scribe PRINCHAS N. DEVERE, W. K. I. C. ACTIVE MEMBERS Robert F. Gerkin Louis W. Lenz George H. Post Floyd E. Getman ,Loran N. Leonard B. S. Price Wyatt Barnes Willard Betlock Arthur F. Brown Myron L. Burney Leonard W. Byham Robert R. Carr Harold L. Carlson Roy L. Clinton Burl B. Combs Harry O. Conn Jerome B. Conlogue Maynard P. Cosgrove William Dewald Princhas N. DeVere S. P. Elam Donald C. Emmons Daniel Fast Frederick B. Galo Alpha ........... Beta ..................... Gamma ............ Delta ............. Epsilon ............. Zeta ............... Eta ............ Theta ............ Maynard M. Govaia Richard J. Godin John R. Graf Charles A. Green Charles E. Griilin Llewellyn Grogan George Hancher Robert C. Hardy Cscar H. Hill Wilbur C. Holcombe Robert E. Howell John R. Kelly Claire C. Kitchen Marvin W. Kile Henry Koepke Robert G. Ledig John R. Lee Charles E. Lewis Carl D. Marsden Marshall A. Marvelli John P. Mahn Wilbur F. Mathis Irvin I. McVay William J. McNabney Neill A. IvIcKinnon William Meikle, Jr. Robert C. Miller William R. Milner Richard A. Needles John W. Needles John D. Nelson ' Kenneth H. Oakley Ernest J. Oertling Frank C. Ctte CHAPTERS ,..............Nothern Illinois College............... ,..,...............fFormerly Needles Institutej ..............University of Southern California........ .......................Cal1forn1a U11lVCfS1fY.................. ............Pennsylvania State College........... .....,.........Northern Pacific College.............. ..........Missouri College of Optometry........... ,.,.....,.........,Rochester Un1vers1ty................... Gillette V. Quintard Burgess D. Rathbun Fred H. Rathbun Thomas H. Riley George M. Robertson John C. Russell Jack T. Ryan Emerson J. Soland Adrian J. Stipher Raymond K. Stoecklin Reginald C. Strange J. E. Strecker John R. Talbot William C. Telford Loyd M. Wedeking Francis Williams L. H. Williamson .................Chicago, Ill. ...........Kansas City, Mo. ...........Los Angeles, Cal. ................,.,Berkeley, Cal. ............Philadelphia, Pa. .............Portland, Ore. Louis, Mo. ............Rochester, N. Y. Sixty En. fb , 1' ' uf., THEFOCUS Jung xx CHIIRLESSLUNEKU H L. MFENIJN 1 V, gm al I X If A' I V c nfw wm H AN "i2EA E , 0557517 JWINGLFFRNENEEFG Il:-' A li: X " a w 'AAA'-l Yg2 J?EF -W r Y ptumetru ' R fimmm A alflliwg ' L PM funmffg ,L X ' -f JEROME E IKIPPEIVHEIIGFIP A . i A . - Ix,"" ' -.x 1 1 f U , , . WM E JDSEPH " EMIL SLUNECKO I- In l ar . 5 'N Y hzlz Cd. WHGNEF? UH W0 WHIFHKNESS HRUHICE-L SYEINFEL D MUFIIN 7551765.10 SECFYFTFFY : KJ 7175"-Wf?f5ff7 jgx 2 f , ,, Wm , , , + Ulu ff! SHERMNNSIHKZ S V 2.4! lm H W W x . K. , -ci'-T' -lt ' " -- i - 1 -' ' ' 'UiJN6RMfG!NIW.S' am Pmssn GEO J. RONHN .V -K - X1 7, 4-1 ,gg i-jp, N , . ' 3 7 A N -,T V ,. ' l ' 1 Tig 5595 . UH 4, -. ' . '4 - 1? ' ' 'Z A ' ' 3 9, 1 ' "1'.- 5 5" 'Tir ,. , ,- H ' ,M K , . A 1 M .rw :W Q , N- -f - ,Q ' J f. . -1 ww L1 - 'WM ' M N iw K "'wf'L- H . . ,. .f QA. mf' - - , V,qu'f H -4,41 , g 1 W, .. ' ' "" - 'Mal 9 " . w ' -Q '- 1 . ' ' I " Y ' - V W I :gr 1 , ,. , l h . -zz ' M-H 3U , N: ,. ' ., A M . FPYNUPSURHN ' JNMESM YDSHIMURF LEON J GHLPEHIN A JULINN SWPU IV DUNHLD ERXEN RICHRRDMNGILSDN EPIC H0515 ON F V LE MIEUX HLHEFTU WINNER PI1OlOf7lfB'1L7QH'l Smcho 190 N.State Su.,C11ica9o . 1937 THE Focus S1xtyOne Omega Epsilon Phi Founded Columbia University 1920 GAMMA CHAPTER N. lf fi 'E Colors Blue and White CHAPTER OFFICERS SHERMAN A. SCHATZ, President RICHARD A. G1LsoN, Secretary C H VAN DE STEEG, ViCC'P7'ESidCHt JEROME F. KIPPENBERGER, Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS Maurice Belford Oscar L. Boltz joseph C. Clore Barney Copeland Leon J. Galperin Richard A. Cilson Francis K. Horiuchi Jerome F. Kippenberger Bert Kooden Sam E. Levitt Harry Lilja Irving B. Lueck Alpha Columbia University CHAPTERS john C. R. lVlcCinness E. H. Robison Maurice! V. Rosenbloom Leslie K. Ruclroy Donald F. Ryan Sherman A. Schatz Julian Shapotkin Maurice J. Steinfeld Harry C. Tosman C. H. Van De Steeg J. N. Yoshiniura Beta Rochester University Sixtyffwo THE Focus June 'I X DDDID M I I W N ' EI - . 5. , . ., . ...W .. - I I Q IFI I1 I ,N 11 A1 I' 1' " 1 Zu ' 1 ,- Ii' ., I l ' I ES D I, .I , 71 . - Q I 1 hf eta I ' A JL if 1 'A ., 'L2g.,333w,1rf " L in - uw, I ' J 'I 11. . . - I 4? 'fi g'??k,4fsT?wm! V' ' 1 'MZ xx 4.. 5 ' 2.41-1 I, 7 ' Yi f in ' V . .1 11 1' """' IMI I YFIIIIIVI,4iI I - ' ' I ' '-I 1 .1 '1 " ' I I 1' . . 'I Vq. , 4 I Ax . 5. , .ff f " I ..,-1--.-K 1. -1 ...YJ , , , .- .. A1 ' .Z ,.,. . - -.,- k , 1 , f IN , . ' . I I ff . ., Q' W -:R 1 F 1 lg X ...Q,g,FUL'r5 , -N - , -::,: 3 'N KWH! 'I -A N HMI LeHEUP '1 'Tnsnsunem 'U' I FII" W. 1 Q 1' .,., I -'N Viiiy I 1'1N'11 I GUARD I , 11 1 -, 11 I ' 1' " ' N "'Tfsf. ' 1 K I iwfim I' 1 sd. I 11 ' I II I -- , ' . . D -- 1 1' , . 4 1 1 ":z: 4 5 ,- I, r, A RMLUPHOFF I I I I A N1 . - KCARTER House MANAGER I N . Q II I LIBRQRIAN I II 11' ff :1 I I ISIIII A . X' 1 ld 5 X if" " 1 A. V , 1 '11 y 'J. 'Y iff N 1 1 I1 - - f M0 of 'ff C., Ac 111 .11 ' - ,L EI II QI I Qganwggxv 'INQELLISR .I..I I - I I 1 IW Q 454. 5.31 '51 1' . " ' 111 '. 71. Ir' - 1 1' 1 - 7 -1' Q 'I . . S 7. I .3 W. SI DWELL' NWN ' A F51-II ::I ' J I .I . P , 5 FPARKER 1 I Q I' . III .1 21 H S1 F.TERFlY Tlw. DoosoN 5. . 14 1. . . 41 ix ,' I 5 IQ, Q 1. , ' Y 11 J.W.'LEMMON W.L. BERGE ALRINGUETTE LHEDINE 1,,. I. B. LUECK K.W. Le HEUP . ,I 1111 i- ',"' I Q ,141 ' U I ' ' I ' N IE j ' V . if ,- VA - ' 'FD 145:45-Y . -I 'T' 4: ,III I I .-. I I - 'Q 'I 'Q i ii -' rn. - X' ' 7 . I II , I I I 'IXIII I 1 1 IX QI fj- , . C.E.RI-IODES W.RElCI-IELDERFER ' I D. D. LEWIS E . SEDA A.McCRACKEN .X IMI: X. , I gg! , X- ,I N' .,1:',L4 .? q , :fI.IfI.1fW ' ' 'f" ,5 I ,1 -, I' II . I, I I . ' '. I ' f ,- D - T.F.TAv1.oR C.W.JOHANNE5 ' ' .til .I v ', ' ' N .111 . '4 - 1 - - '11 'T' .- 5 !: I ,W tb . xl " N 75 . MIM1. ' 1 1 Y " lf. ' F' iii L , I I -ag II II. I I ,I,g A' ' 1 I1 .- I III" - , -3:32 1 - , If 1 QI -I , Q I N71 - 5 1:2 yy I ' I E.GRAY I H. MEYER - 1 ' I ILCOGGINS 'I T.F. McDOWELL J.A.SELVlDGE I " . 11f ' 'fa 1 1 1 ' 'f . I " I I ,E.B.BROWN '11L H. COWAN"'!L' I I ' I I ' 5: - 4 19' ' . 14 ',1,III H ' V i 3 EIWII' , .I I ,xg I -MIA I ,- 1 ,I 3lI I . II III I 1 1 f. 1. . ,gg , . 11 ' . , g . Q 7. . -I 31. i I Y M. EDWARDS F. D. K I LTS ' E' I A 1 A.C. EV ERT RRKRUEGER B.GONZALEZ I, 115.5 51 I 1 ' XI M 51 , 4 X1 .I . 1 :.fL1R.L1LEACH J.G.FRANcK .1 1 ' ' 1 I 1 , W . I 1'-I1 H ,. , -' 'f- 11 -11' lj, 'E 11 l-1- 1 11 :I ' , II I I 'jf II 'F -I In ' ' AL' I '1 If I 1 ' . I II1 . I Zxzy I I 4 is ' A . , .. .. .1 .... M.. . 7' I ' P.L.sCtf'6iiEFER I 1 I I I EQI'I.GOOD I L.W.STEDI?QDBINS' R.M.-MAQE LEIUIS KUMMEL Qimxsr ' QI - ' PIIDTOS By A , sc:-au PACK I 1912 THE Focus Sixty Three Phi Theta Upsilon Founded Northern Illinois College 1925 'QDQIBZ Fraternity Flower: Red Rose Fraternity Colors: Blue and Gold A. S. Cameron W. J. Heather E. Eimer T. O. Randolph C. R. Carlson Eugene B. Brown William T. Berge Kenneth A. Carter Harold D. Cowan john F. Coggins Thomas W. Dodson Malcolm E. Edward Albert E. Evert John G. Franck Charles R. Fultz Eugene Gewe Basilio Gonzalez Earl H. Good Stephen Gernazian Walter L. Haase S ALPHA CHAPTER OFFICERS C. E. THOMPSON, Chancellor H. W. LEHEUP, ViC6'Cl1dTlC8llOT H. H. MEYER, Scribe C. R. FULTZ, Treasurer K. W. LEHEUP, Guard B. GONZALEZ, Chaplain K. A. CARTER, Librarian HONORARY MEMBERS W. A. Mendelsohn L. Topaz C. F. Behnke E. H. Kieknapp L. G. Deam ACTIVE MEMBERS Wayne L. Hines Charles W. Johannes Nicholas J. Kiebel Milton L. Knudson Rolland R. Krueger Frank D. Kilts Willis Kallis George M. Keene Kenneth W. LeHeup Harold W. LeHeup DeVx7itt D. Lewis John W. Lemmon Robert M. Mace Henry H. Meyer T. Ellsworth McDowell Miles L. Pitcock Theodore S. Heinecken Lloyd W. Hines Frank Parker G. A. Foland H. R. Spitler C. J. Franz G. W. Denne A. Ginsburg Claire E. Rhodes Wayne Reichelderfer Arthur L. Ringuette Emil Seda Rolland J. Sandee Paul L. Schlaefer John A. Selvidge William M. Sidwell Charles A. Stockman Robert C. Spence Lawrence W. Stebbins Edward C. Tews Frank Terry Thomas F. Taylor Charles E. Thompson George Vodian SiXty'FOur T H E F O C U S June + ,- EL mmu 3 YIITQI' X A VT fgggkv 'G 11 I A K . 1 , 1 Q 19:2 hu Gmupwr 111 E il?gTH T5 SI, CHILYFGY-7 1932 T H E F o c U s Sixtyelflive 1VIu Sigma Pi ALPHA CHAPTER Founded Northern Illinois College 1931 Q W Colors: Red and Blue W Flower: Talisman Rose .i The Mu Sigma Pi Fraternity was founded in Cctober 1931 hy eight Jewish stu' dents of Northern Illinois College, who realized the need of a fraternity to further the interest of Jewish men in Cptometry. Since its organization the fraternity has held a smoker and a stag dinner, both of which were successes. The fraternity hopes in the future to prove to be an integral part of the College. OFFICERS PHILIP E. LACHMAN, Chancellor DAVID M. GOODMAN, ViCE'ClldHCCll07' ALVIN F. LEMONTREE, Scribe CHARLES RUDNICIQ, Exchequer HERBERT H. LEVINE, Pledge Master ACTIVE MEMBERS Milton Sternberg Morton Goldstandt Charles I. Stolarsky Hal Blaine Morris D. Bennin SixtyfSix THE Focus June vu, ' ' ' . - . : Fw. 1 I .An yn 12 - E..- '...f - ' 1 ' .I M - ,rf--'r ff . I -, -' -' x if f , '. Y - . "'-Pgmlig li , Sz, I -' J g,,. Q . KL 5 5,4 , I x V K 1 N" 5 ' r f ' I ' M5127 we-QWOPI I We-fsfffff ,ina New W SDEN ' M-fifazw Wm ' - 'Eiga . , 4 1 - "V , :FY L- ',., ' Y-' ' - H . V 1 -- . g M 2, 5, ,. fx -- ' I , 'cr' v FW, Ki- , V G I r 1 ' B 1 I ,f11W'1:,2NNffN I mein 1 Mzefzzfp faefw M CWS 1 I wmv: 1,-,sf Lweii , rs wifaw -F--' sffwwfrw if-w.rvuus:ri:L--V :La-H'1fns,1v?2 rlffwfkiir' f - , , X. 11113 0111 13.5613 ' Qvlllh A V Tv' H If -SE-17 - -ff' i .1 4. A IIII I as ' ff ' m - M Q , , XX XX f N? 1. + -I 9 , 5139 5 ,,. - F, I gf 3 4 I Vp WJHEHTHER 776.ATfmv5oN - ..-LAEHQ C.5,MFGUlPE vumvffpzfs .LH 515462 . PENN.hy ILL. ' 0 .Y ff I-'YICH MO. 'H IIKLJ 1 X 'AJ' - ' 1, " 1 ki.' 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N.NV, I Sh,Claiy Hotd Q Cluczxgn phoko by Manu-xsu S-svruour . 1932 T H E F O U S SixtyfSeven Square and Compasses Club Founded Northern Illinois College 1931 The aims and purposes of the club as set forth in the constitution are: To remind its members constantly of the ideals and teachings of Freemasonryg to stimulate a brotherly feeling among the Master Masons attending Northern Illinois College and to create a spirit of closer friendship and brotherhood among its membersg and through its influence to help promote high standards in the school. OFFICERS FRANK M. ROOT, President JOHN M. BLEUER, VicefP1'eside'nt FRANK D. KILTS, Seca-eta-ryf'l'1-easwfer BURL B. COMES, 'Tyler HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. Thomas G. Atkinson Dr. C. Stanley McGuire Eugene Coursen Dr. William B. Needles Dr. W. Jerome Heather Dr. John H. Zeisler Dr. W. Earl Mercer ACTIVE MEMBERS Roger W. Alford David M. Appel Wyatt Barnes Williani L. Berge John M. Bleuer Arthur F. Brown William G. Bucknor Lyle R. Butz Wayiie S. Chilcote Burl B. Combs S. Pearl Elam Alan H. Fisher Otoe H. Foerster Neland Gray Floyd E. Getman Clinton G. Halgren Ernest A. Heurich Lester M. Holland Marvin W. Kile Frank D. Kilts Robert S. Leach Robert A. Lackner Carl D. Marsden Neill A. McKinnon Richard A. Nelson Ernest J. Oertling Miles L. Pitcock Gillette V. Quintard Fred H. Rathbun E. Arthur Reynolds Thomas H. Riley Frank M. Root John C. Russell Corliss A. Sims Clarence H. Van De Steeg Byron G. Sunderland Hector M. Sutherland Theodore Q. Swanson NV. Max Thompson Donald W. Turner Maurice D. Wilcox Francis Williams Lovick H. Williamson A. Miles Wold PASSIVE MEMBERS Willard L. Bowen James B. Dickson Sixtyfliight T H E F O C U S June r.-,. ,.. . l l- lggfgie A I l Y :I S- 5 '- 'wal' -we ' . - 'ia fr .flarff it Back Row-Gewe, Gonzalez, Soland, Mahn, Wedeking, Otte, Boltz Front Row-Oakley, Lueck, Byham, Parker, Sidwell, Tomb and Key MEMBERS OF JANUARY CLASS 1932 Barney Copeland ' Herbert J. Kerker J. Robert Fitzsirnmons C. Luther Peterson William G. Garland Robert W. Uplioif A MEMBERS OF JUNE CLASS 1932 Gscar L. Boltz Leonard W. Byham Eugene Gewe Basilio Gonzalez Earl H. Good Irving B. Lueck John P. Mahn Kenneth H. Oakley Frank C. Otte Frank Parker William M. Sidwell Emerson 1. Soland C. E. Thompson Loyd M. Wedeking 1932 T H E F o c U s SixtyfNine Tomb and Key Founded Northern Illinois College 1931 rig! : Red Carnation s--.LJ-:-M IK :::::::: :fi Colors: Black and Gold Flower i s - OFFICERS, JANUARY, 1932 J. R. FITZSIMMONS, President R. W. UPHOFF, VicefPTesident C. L. PETERSON, Sec1'etrwyfT1'easm'e'r OFFICERS, JUNE, 1932 L. W. BYHAM, President F. PARKER, Vice-President E. H. GOOD, Scc1'eta'ryfT'reastwer Tomb and Key Honorary Senior Fraternity was organized to provide an incenf tive for underclassmen to excel in various activities throughout their college enrollment. The organization chooses its membership from men of the Greek letter fraternities on the campus who are about to enter the Senior Class. The potential members must have shown throughout their school career qualities which are deemed admirable. The Hrst qualincation is that the prospect must have maintained a good standard of schol' arship. The second quality desired is that of a sincere and forceful character. Finally the man to be chosen must have taken an active part in his respective social fraternal ac' tivities and have a determination to practice ethical and professional Optometry. The membership is further restricted to not more than twenty per cent of the Senior Class. Seventy T H E F O C U S June Northern Illinois College Alumni Association Founded 1930 DR. HARRY BYLAN, President 7070 North Clark Street, Chicago DR. Louis DEAN, VicefPresident Transportation Building, Chicago DR. GEORGE W. REGAN, Secretary 311 Howard Street, Chicago DR. CYRUS HUMMON, Treasurer 475 4 North St. Louis Avenue, Chicago Every graduate of Northern Illinois College is urged to aiiiliate himself with the Alumni Association between now and the opening of the Chicago World's Fair in 1933. Some major activities are being planned in that connectiong and, since the date of the World's Fair will probably coincide with the coming of the national convention of the American Optometric Association in Chicago, your affiliation with your brother Alumni of N. I. C. will be especially desirable. Address your inquiry to Dr. Harry Bylan, 7070 North Clark Street, Chicago. ,ii 5 Beta Sigma Kappa 1 A .il International Honorary Fraternity , '1 "' lg . 0 lv W Central World Council, 5 S. Kedzie Ave., Chicago I Liu X ,rw vt ., i1 sn- il The only official Honorary Fraternity recognized by the American Optometric Association. The onl o tornetric fraternit listed in Baird's "Manual of V P V American College Fraternities." "If you have made B. S. K. you have arrived" 1932 T H E U S SeventyfOr1e 5.5. sm--an fn. i Seventy Two T H E F o C U s une OU men and women of the A 'y i graduating class are at the uf? crucial period when, like the baseball player on third base, you have not yet scored-you are not yet "safe home." By your own efforts or, pos' sibly, by the sacrifices of others, you have advanced to the present point. But the real test is before you. You must not wander too far from the bag, nor take foolish chances, for many a good runner is "tagged out" by assuming unwise risks. Your ears must be open to the advice of your "coaches"g for they can see far ahead of you, and they have your best inf terests at heart. You must have good health and a good body, and you must be keyed up and alert to race forward instantly when the opportunity comes. You must be a teamfworker, fitting your own efforts harmoniously into the combined efforts of your assof ciates. So, on your toes, Graduates! The moment will come! Be ready for it! Don't die on third! W. JEROME HEATHEIK, Director of Clinics. 1932 T H E F O C U S SeventyfThree Around the Clinic in Eighty Minutes JOHN P. MAHN fWith apologies to everybodylj UESS this must be the place all right -there's a sign, "Northern Illinois College of Optometry." Certainly is a crowd of young lads out in front-bet this is a heaven for cigarettefsniping bums Boy, his coat is sure white. Wonder if that collar band hurts. Say, Doctor, this chair is pretty comfort' able-you'1l have to watch me, or I'll be asleep, ha ha! .5 v w r T 4 . I .YV U. PATIENTS REGISTERING Fon THE CLINIC out here in front of the school. Say, young fellow, where do I register for the Clinic? . . . Oh, speak to the young lady in the white uniform, eh? Thanks. Good morning .... Yes, I want somef body to tell me what's wrong with my eyes .... Yeah. So-now that you know who I am, where I live what I do ou want the clinic 3 7 Y fee, eh? . . . Only a quarter? Ckeh. "Mister Zilch," huh? That's me! Ready for me so soon? . . . Say, that fellow looks like he might know something, anyway. Yes, I'm 49 years old .... Yes ..... Yes .... No .... Yes .... No .... Well, you see, my eyes have bothered me for quite awhile. It started .... No, that's all I guess. C Say, it's a wonder they don't ask me how much money I owej .... I can read E-C, B-R, D' .... Ohfoh! Believe me, Doc, if glasses were as big as this thing in front of my eyes, I wouldn't want to wear 'eml . . . Yep, it's okeh .... Yes-I see a spot on my left, and a streak on my right .... Now it's right through the center. The horizontal streak SeventyfFour T H E Focus June runs right through the center of the spot. . . . Now it's blurring-now I see two let' ters-NOWI . . . Wait a minute! . . . There! I see one again .... What do you mean, Doc-no conges' tion? . . . "Media clear?" Say, this must be a weather forecast .... Well, well! I never knew I had a fundus. And negative, too! That's too bad, isn't it? .... "Tortuous veinsu! Say, if your eyes felt like mine do sometimes, they'd be tortuous too. Sure have been tortured! .... . ORTHOPTICS You want me to look at that spot of light right past your ear? . . . Your head is in the way a little, Doc .... That's all right now .... No, the light doesn't hurt my eyes .... All nnished with this? Well-now I can read Way down there to A, O, E . . . Say, those letters are plain! I haven't been able to see like-this--for a long time. Boy, that's great stuff .... Ohfoh! Is that thing safe? Looks like a machine gun, hafha! .... Say-is that ii 1 OPHTHALMOSCOPY your eye I see down the end of the tube, Doc, or mine? .... So that's my eye, huh? You see it too? That's 'funny ..... Say, this is-interesting. You really have a pretty nice place out here .... Yes, I believe 6 to 12 is the blackest section .... Oh, this is the largest visual clinic in the world, eh? Well, that being the case, you sure ought to be able to fix me up! You're RETINOSCOPYI 1932 T H E F o C U s SeventyfFive OPHTHALMOMETRY doing it, too .... I believe that's better. . . Now I can read down to-O, E, F .... Business all over again, huh? Streak' spotfblurfbreak .... what is it? Okeh, Doc, anything you say .... Field charts? Never heard of 'em before. . . . White. White-no, blue .... I can't see it .... Red .... Say, when it comes in there pretty close to the center, I can't see it-it disappears! .... Oh, so that's all right, eh? Sure glad to hear that, Doc .... The 'ERHAPS the most elaborate visual clinic in the world, and certainly the largest, is that of Northern Illinois College. Some concept of its scope and its facilities may be formed by considering that it is capable of absorbing as clinical internes from 90 to 150 students, each one of whom must receive adequate daily pracf tice in the handling of patients and in the use of examination rooms and appliances. The clinical course at Northern Illinois is confined to senior students only. It is designed to perfect and correlate their pracf tical knowledge of the things they have learned in their first three semesters. The class is subdivided into small groups' Muscle exercises? Say, is this a gymnaf sium? .I . . . Eye muscles! That's differ' ent .... A11 right, Doc, whatever you say. Boy, you've sure done a miracle. If my glasses are like those lenses you had in front of my eyes, I'll be able to see like an eagle .... They will, huh? Well, that'll sure be jake. All set now? When do you want me back for those exercises? . . . And I get my gla-er, correction, day after tomorrow? Fine .... , Yes, I'rn rather glad it's over-but what a kick I'm going to get out of seeing clearly! I'll have to tell Henry about this place. I-Ie's always c o In p l a i n i n g about his eyes. Those young doc' tors knew what they were doing, all right. Boy, they were like a bunch of crossfexamining lawyers! Wonder if they knew what I'd had for break' fast- CHROMAGRAPHOLOGY Clinic each under a competent supervisor. Each student learns by actual experience to examine bona fide patients, to diagnose their ailments and to prescribe corrections for them-just as he will be called upon to do in private professional practice. An adequate number of patients is supplied to each interne, and careful records are kept so that no student may fail to examine the required minimum number of cases. The clinical work falls into the three general classifications of refraction, orthopf tics and pathology. In the latter division, the student learns that it is not the func' tion of the optometrist to treat diseased conditions, but that it is his function to SeventyfSix T H E Focus June note and recognize such conditions so that he may refer the patient at once to a com' petent medical or dental adviser. And to supplement the student's knowledge con' cerning pathological manifestations as ref vealed in the eye, there is a pathological clinic with a well equipped surgical amphif theatre where he may watch the staff med' ical and dental practitioners operate on referred cases. Having in mind the great importance of this practical clinical training and experif ence to the optometric student, and its toms and treatments. The net result is that the graduate of Northern Illinois College is not in any-sense of the word a neophyteg but, on the contrary, is a practitioner with a background of unusually broad experif ence at the time he leaves the College. The degree of Cpt.D. as conferred by Northern Illinois College means that the wearer of it is, in all truth, and in the broadest possible sense, a Doctor of Optometry. This important department of the Col' lege is under the personal direction of Dr. W. Jerome Heather, known nationally as has Back Row-Dr. Kerker, Dr. King, Dr. Beilfuss, Dr. Laban. Front Row-Miss Nurnberg, Dr. Ross, Dr. Heather, Dr. Lazarski. peculiar value in the eyes of optometric educational authorities and examining boards, the Board of Trustees of Northern Illinois College has not only allotted major space for examination rooms, laboratories and waiting rooms for clinical use, but also has provided for 300 hours of interneship for each senior student. Every known type of ocular disability is found among the subjects attracted to this great clinic. The rarer cases are always subjected to study by the entire group of internes, so that each man is familiarized by actual contact with all types of symp' writer, lecturer and educator, and known to each student who comes within the sphere of his dynamic influence as a man of great personal force, magnetic person' ality and profound convictions. Assisting Dr. Heather is a distinguished staff of assof ciates, including Bernard T. Hoffmann, M. D., Otis R. Wolfe, M. D., and Charles H. Dodge, D. D. S., and a competent clinf ical staff consisting of Drs. john A. Ross, Helen Lazarski, George R. Beilfuss, R. R. King, H. j. Kerker and Harold Laban. Miss Nlurnberg is the able nurse in charge of the clinical reception. room. 1932 T H E F O C U S SeventyfSeven Instrument Technique HE advancing development of pref cision instruments for visual and ocular examination and diagnosis has not only broadened the field of optometric practice, but has emphasized the need for improved and modernized technique on the part of the upftofdate practitioner. q So highly essential is this subject ref garded by state board examiners and optometric educators everywhere that the Trustees of Northern Illinois College have includes the use of the ophthalmometer, the ophthalmoscope, the phorometer and the retinoscope. Subjective testing, neu' tralization of lenses, Rx writing and frame fitting are presented in so practical a way that when the 'junior semester is finished, each student is capable of conducting a complete refractive examination, recogniz' ing his findings and writing an accurate Rx. Instruction in the department of instruf mentation is in the capable hands of Dr. 1 i Dr. Bray Demonstrating the Ophthalmoscope. set aside 200 hours of the junior semester for the intensive teaching of modern instruf ment technique, and have created a def partment of instrumentation for that purpose. This department is sometimes called the Junior Clinic. Its work is organized to prepare junior students for the responsif bilities of clinical interneship which they assume with the beginning of their senior semester. They are familiarized with the construction and use of every known test' ing mechanism. The work in the booths William H. Bray, assisted by Drs. Forbes, Zeisler, Uphoif, McKelvey and Walker. The course includes lectures on the theory of light and refraction. Dr. Thomas G. Atkinson, Dr. W. D. Zoethout and Dr. C. Stanley McGuire are among the outstandf ing lecturers whose appearances are appref ciated by the junior students. The sure, swift technic of the senior internes is an eloquent tribute to the thoroughness of the training which they received as juniors in the department of instrumentation. Seventyfliight THE Focus June , - -1 1 aww- --.tw . -1 -. - . . --,-.-,- -. .. -- ,.,H-.1., , 1 1 -N . 1 - 1 .. .1 . . I . 1 11 1 112V3f1 595525 1 ,1 1 '11 3r"is?fA11, 1 111 ' 'ZQQYK 111 11 1 1 1. 17 5,11 111111gf55.s. 1 , ., . 1' .JJ5 . H , 1 1 , Kg 7, ' 1111111111 1 1111 - 111 1 "Q , 11111 1-1 A 11 A r 1 -. .-.: -'Zag 1 1 , - 1 'pf'-'I . '- 1 5 335 ' ' It - 1 ' 1 " ' R . 1 I -,-1 fr- ,, 1 1. 1 1 1 11 . 1 '1 . 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The Loyal and Faithful Order of Married Men OFFICERS: fVv'ell, the names of the omcers are always kept a secret because the club members don't want their better halves to have any friction over whose husband is the most importantj BYfLAWS: These, of course, are a very closely guarded secret, and the reason they are a secret is also a secretj CLASSIFICATCN CF MEMBERS: QBetter not print anything about this, because a member's classification depends on how many meetings he is allowed to attend and how late he is allowed to stay at each meeting. Members are also classified according to the number of years in service, some ranking much higher than othersj DATE OF MEETINGS: First and last chance in each week. No special meeting will be called except in case of death or a good poker game. AIM AND PURPOSE OF THE CLUB: To give the members a chance to express themselves once in awhile. INSIGNIA: Ball and chain. CQLCRS: Black and blue. FLGWER: Washburn Ee? Crosby's Gold Medal. PASS WGRD: "Tell 'er I ain't here!" fED1ToR's NOTE.-SOYYY this could not be placed among the other clubs and fraterf nities, but the member who brought us the copy was delayed three days waiting for his wife to meet him at the corner in five minutes? ' 1912 T H E F 0 C U s E1ghty One HOW T0 "COMMENCE" 'Sf 5155 1 "x, L- X ,Q gf ji M bi, ' T 'El At Commencement Time the questions upper- most in the nlinds of lnost graduates have to do with starting their practice. There is an office to plan-equipment to select- innurnerable questions to decide-and, when all is ready, a practice to build. In our organization are men who are qualified and will be glad to help you with some of your problems. From long experience they know the practical problems of "eommencing',. There are nearly 200 A 0 Branches in the United States and Canada. Wherever you locate, make the acquaintance of the Mallager of the A O Branch near you. He is a good man to know. AMERICAN OPTICAL COMPANY EightyfTwo T H E Focus june A Bit of HE 400 students of Northern Illinois College spend their money through' out the school year with the land' lords and merchants of the Oakland busif ness district. When May comes, we give them a chance to show, in a very small way, such appreciation as they may feel for our patronage. We ask those who have sat back and taken our money week after week for nine months to reciprocate by advertising in THE Focus. It costs them next to nothing -for the rates are low. But the spirit of reciprocity, the spirit of appreciation, is what counts. This year we have called on every land' lord, every merchant, with our modest proposition. These advertising pages show the results of our efforts. Many important hotels, many important stores, are not represented. One big hotel where a dozen or more of our students are regular guests had the insolence to tell us, "Aw, the student trade ain't so desirable -and we'll get it anyway." We who have spent our good money with that bird feel Plain Talk like saps. My message to you undergraduates is just this: DON'T MAKE SAPS OF YOURSELVES THIS COMING SCHOOL YEAR! These ads show you who your friends are. Deal with them. Deal with them ex' clusivelyl Live at a hotel where your pat' ronage is appreciated. Watch your drug store trade-there's just ONE place for it, you'll observe. Buy your meals where you are invited. The same thing applies to your cleaning and pressing, your laundry work, your gas and oil, your auto storage, etc. These advertisers helped support us. Let us now show what the student ideal of recif procity is! And let the merchants and landlords who are missing from this book have a taste of the same thing. Let them whistle for our trade-"it ain't so desirable," you know! Sis Hopkins said a long time ago, '!There's no sense doin' nothin' for nobody what don't do nothin' for you." WALTER L. BELL, Advertising Manager. Monkey Business A Hobo: "Hey, Hector, what time is it?" Sutherland: "How'd you know my name was Hector?" Hobo: "Oh, I just guessed it." Sutherland: "Well, guess the time, then." as ss is Rhodes is so' dumb he thinks an artery is a place where people go to look at pictures. ak wk as Erbaugh: "How's your correspondence school course coming along?" Kudysh: 'LTerrible. I mislaid the ad' dress and cut myself out of all my classes." Ulf FIC PF Dr. Zoethout: "Name the five senses." Pitcock: "Nickels" FF PF Fi' Thelma: "Dick will not play on the basketball team this year because of his eyes." Maxine: !'But I thought they were just beautiful." FF FIC if Chilcote: "Did you take her home after the show?" Shurin: "No, my folks were homef' 1932 T H E F 0 C U S Eightyfffhree I. D. A. DRUG SERVICE . I.D.A. Means Independent Druggists' Alliance of America, a national organization of the country's fore- most lndependent Druggists. Because ofthe tremendous buying power of the I.D.A. f we bring you our personally guaranteed l.D.A. Products -as well as other widely lcnown brands-at prices that meet any competition! We welcome an inspection of our Quality I.D.A. Products-and the real savings they offer you. And remember-Hartley's Soda Fountain and Luncheons are the tallc ofthe South Side! FRED H. HARTLEY DRUGS 4260 Drexel Boulevard, Cor. 43rd Street Phone Kenwood 5100 Eightyffiour T H E OCUS June "The only reason I am behind in my studies," says Irving B. Lueck, "is so that I can pursue them better." :lf PF :lf Pi Kappa Rho: "Billy proposed to me last night. I wonder if he loves me. He has known me only two days." Omega Delta: "In that event, he prob' ably still does." Dk if :lf CHEAP ENOUGH He: "Do you believe in free love?" She: "Yes, but let's go to the movies first." ff ak as Dr. McGuire: "Williamson, name a ' 77 parasite. Williamson Qstartledj: "Me?" Dr. McGuire: "Correct Name another 19 one. Frat Brother: "Have we a new dish' washer here?" Otte: "What makes you think so?" Frat Brother: "I notice new fingerprints on the dishes." 7? Plf wk Mim: "That last kiss was nice, dear." He: "Who said that was the last one?" Pk 714 Pk Dr. Zeisler fto students in back of roomj: "Can you hear back there?'l Frosh fin unisonj: UNO!" :ie ae as g INTERCEPTED CORRESPONDENCE "Dear Father: Am failing in health. Shall I come home?"-Helen G. "Dear Helen: If you can't pass your exams, get a job."-Dad. Pk 34 34 Root fto cofedj: "I like you because I'm different." The Chicago Optometric Society Wounded 1901 Extends to the members of the graduating class of the Northern Illinois College of Optometry congratulations and best wishes for success in their chosen profession. The profession of Optometry is ever widening its fields of service to mankind. Research and experimentation have opened new vistas of thought and the man who would succeed must be prepared to take his place in the scheme of Optometry. Whether it be in the line of research, organization, legislation, teaching, or the everyday practice of Optometry every Optometrist worthy of the name must do his duty. II' here is no better way to exemplify your interest and spirit in your profession than by membership in your organization. Regardless of where destiny takes you- belong to your Optometric Society. Associate yourself with men of character in your prof ession. The Chicago Optometric Society invites those who practice Optometry in the City of Chicago and suburbs to join with them in the important work of safeguarding and promoting the interests of the Profession of Optometry. 1932 T H E F O C U S Eightyffiive MOTHER GOOSE QRevised Editionj There was an old woman Who lived in a shoeg She had so many children She didn't know what to do. There was a young woman Who didnit live in a shoeg She had no children- She knew what to do! vis Pk Dk Lackner: mls the eye an organ, Dr. Forbes?" ' Dr. Forbes: "Yes, Why?" Lackner: "Well, why can't I play it?" Pl! :if elf Keevil: "May I call this evening?" She: "Oh, I'd be tickled!" Keevil: "Nope. I'm not that kind of a boy." :lf PK Pk Haase: "Say! Whom d'you think you're pushing?" Robertson: "How many guesses do I get?" wk 21: wk Price: 'Tye sure got something on that girl." DeVere: "Yeah! What is it?" Price: "My fraternity pin." wk PF Pk JUST IMAGINE- Bleuer weighing 100 pounds. Sullivan worried. C. I-Iall not worried. Dr. Ross not saying, i'You see-" Lueck talking loud. John Needles taking the Louisiana MB a word from the Gold Doetol' 9 . . . and from us OYSW, he said., when he addressed the graduating class Cineidentally his 15th reunionl, "there is one fornlula that your education hasnit taught you - I"ve learned it froln experience, and lid like to pass it on to you to renlexnher always. P.S. : R+ L. -1- F. P. S. stands for a complete pro- fessional serviee, R stands for a good Refraetion, L stands for first and best quality lenses, and F for a perfect fitting, best quality frame. 'ilf your complete professional service does not include those three factors you are not being fair to your future or your patient. Skirnping on one part is equally as bad as skinlping on all. Adherence to that formula heart and soul, 111021115 a bright future assured for you." AS for ourselves- we agree with the old Doctor and are always ready and anxious to help you maintain the quality standards of that formula. VVhe:-ever you locate, a Riggs Ofliee will he conveniently near, with its entire personnel, understanding your requisites and problems, always at your service. board. Miss Burt on time for first hour. Dr. Heather without an idea. R I G G S 0 P T I C A L Tamkin without a shiny nose. Ed Thompson without a black eye. C0lVlPANY EightyfSix T H E F o C U s June J. E. MATALON, Cfsdailor BERNARD HOTEL HAND LAUNDRYH Excellent Service at Popular Prices Telephone Drexel 3200 4170 Drexel Boulevard OVERI-IEARD AT I-IE DEL PRADO LeHeup: "I haven't the courage to kiss you-you always scream." The Blonde: ,"I'm awfully hoarse this evening." :lf Pk Pl! Tamkin still persists that the purposeof the pupillary reflex is to determine the presence or absence of a glass eye. Sk Pk Pk I-Iaase: "I ind that when I attempt to swim my body sinks while my head floats." loos: "That is a physical phenomenon -vacuum is lighter than water." wk Dk :lf Galperin: "Have you heard the new song, 'I've just Pawned My Watch'?" Schatz: 'LNog what is it?" ' Galperin: "It isn't out yet." Telford: L'Ever play golf?" M. Thompson: "Nog whenever I walk, I'm always going some place." Pk Sli Pk Zabner: L'I'Ierman, do you know what dense is?" Gold: "Dense is vot mine sister does mit every muscle in her body ven she's in the ballroom." va :if vs Ship's Oilicerz "There goes four bells. I must ask you to excuse me-it's my watch below." Winnie: "Oh, stop being funny! Who' ever heard of a watch striking as loud as that?" Pl! :lf Plt If we had another war and Stephen f"Sully"j Sullivan is an officer, his com' mand will be, l'Don't fire, men, until you can see their tunica albugineaf' the optometric weekly the magazine delivered 52 times throughout the year at your door for ONE DOLLAR. lt contains scientific articles by authorities, edi- torials that are truthlul---calling a spade a spade---and all news from every corner ot the world in the interests ot oplometry. ' for quick and sure results, use the want ad columns of The Optometric Weekly. 1932 T H E F o c U s Eighty Seven NEW ERA pINYlTES You NEW ERA optical company cordially invites all Northern Illinois students to make New Era Equipment Rooms their headquarters when downtown in Chicago. Our Equipment Depart- ment contains reiraction instruments and refraction room equipment oi all makes and types. Come in at any time and try out the various instruments- experiment with them in our model refraction rooms-make your selection with care. ill Recently New Era has designed and had manufac- tured exclusively 'or them a number of refraction room accessories. These are thoroughly modern, in tune with modern Optometry and priced far below similar pieces of other makers. Before selecting your equip- ment, investigate New Era Equipment. ' - NEW ERA OPTICAL COMPANY 17 North Wabash Avenue O O Chicago, Illinois Anxious Mama: "So glad to have you home from college. Did you pass every' thing?" Meikle: 'Everything but two Dodges and a Nash. Darn, they musta had air' plane engines in' 'emf' :E -ie :E OVERHEARD AT A SCHCDOL DANCE B. Gonzales flooking dreamily into a pair of emmetropic blue eyesj : "You don't mind if I squeeze you, do you?" , :ic PK we Miss Burt: "I shall be in no hurry to marry." Maiden Aunt: 'LI am a result of that same sentiment." wk as -me "How does Meyers like to study?" "He likes to do nothing better." AT THE WEDDNG She: "Oh, see! The bridesmaid!" He: "My gosh, so soon?" se Pk ac Pinky: 'T11 bet you had a bushel of fun last night." Alford: "I don't know-how many pints make a bushel?" vis fl' :ls SHE COULD KEEP SEVERAL BUSY The college girl was pensive, The reason was, by heck, She mournfully regretted She only had oneneck. ae :ie :E Fred Rathbun: 'iWhy, yes, I'l1 examine you for five bucks." Patient: "All right, doc, and if you iind 'em, vve'll split fiftyfiiftyf' 4EightyfEight T H E OCUS June C570 they Optometric 'Profession 0 It is the sincere wish of Maurice Seymour Studio that the members of the 1932 class of the Northern lllinois College of Opto- metry, collectively and individually, have great success in carrying on the splendid tradition of the Opto- metrist-that of helping the blind to see. 0 Maurice Seymour Studio, home of camera portraits ex- traordinary, senses a common bond between optometry and photogra- phy. Both depend upon the science of lenses for their results, and just as it is optometry's goal to aid in- stantaneous vision, so it is Maurice Seymour's aim to make permanent the most cherished and beautiful visions of mankind. O . Maurice Seymour Studio Roof Gardens, St. Clair Hotel Chicago O home U coolced C meals- y wholesome roasts, savonf stevvs, all lruits, vegetables and berries in season, delicious coffee. Club breakfast 7 to 'l'li lunch 'l'I to Qi dinner 5 to Si all day service Sundays and holidaysf a la carte or table d'hote. Lowest prices in Chicago for food that -is really good and tastes right. , Official Caterers to Northern lllinois College Special Rates to Students Liss Coffee Shop rar BERNARD Hora 4170 Drexel Boulevard O Chicago Lloyd Hines: "Say, Edwards, there's a needle in my soup." Edwards: Typographical e r r o r- should be a noodle." Pl' Ulf FK B. Rathbun: "My roommate whistles while he studies." Telford: "You're lucky. Mine only whistles." :lf ,ls 54 Q. E. D. We go to college to improve our faculties. Our professors are our faculties. Therefore, we go to college to improve our professors. Ulf Sli Pls Ervin Gray: "Do you know where the corneofscleral junction is?" Art Mack: L'Eirst tell me, is it on the Michigan Central or the Pennsylvania rail' road?" Pls Sis Pl' AQUEOUS HUMOR, OR VITREOUS? Clinic Patient fproudlyj: "By cracky, here I am sixtyfiive years old, and I've never used glasses." Interne Byham: "I drink from the bot' tle too, sir." Pk Ulf Fl! Eultz: "I'm a little pale, aren't I?" She: "Noi You're a big tub!" :lf 7? Ulf Lazarski: "Can you give me a room and bath?" Root: "I can give you a room, miss, but you'll have to take your own bath." Pl! :lf Ulf Parker: "Say, Oakley, who are you working for now?" Oakley: "The same people-wife and two children." Pl! il! 34 DEDICATED TO MAX THOMPSON "Go," said the landlady, "and never darken my bathtub again!" 1932 'T H E o c U s EightyfNine THE PRZYBYLSKI TEST Have patient sit in chair facing the doctor, who has a rubber hatchet behind him. Doctor slowly advances toward paf tient, and when quite 'close he makes a vicious swing at patient with the hatchet. If patient jumps up or moves, he is malingering. wk is wk He: L'Will you kiss me?" Bertha: "Now, isn't that just like a man -always trying to shift the responsibility." if 14 if Goetschel: "Could I interest you in a Studebaker?" Needles: "Lady, you could interest me if you were in a secondfhand flivver!" sv wk :ie "Ann's dancing is like a telephone office." "How come?" ' "Every line's busy." Bieker: "I saved that girl from being run over by an automobile." She: "How marvellous!" Bieker: "Yes, I stopped my car." sw wk as Cowan was overheard to say to Bell: "Before I was married, the girl and I were two. After we were married, we became 10. She was one and I was nothing." Bk PK FF Patient fseating himself in the comfort' able chair unitj: "A refraction, please, a shoe shine and a manicure." S4 PF PI' " . . . and waiter," added Dr. Bray, "have my chops lean." "Yes, sir. Which way, sir?" :lf 34 PIC "What's the matter with I-Ialgren?" "I'Ie's bedriddenf' "Good gosh, a bird's gotta be pretty pie' eyed to try riding a bed." THREE NAMES TO REMEMBER is 1. Shuron TH1ii3Ehi1EnE3NE 3. Shuron FIRMFLEX I I SHURITE I ' . sir. . K 5, The sensational new bridge, The Shuron Shock Absorber adiusmble fm' inclination: The "Custom-Made" Short Mounting f0"' P' Zag?-l:ff0T Pad Skull Temple 1 1 sHURoN OPTICAL COMPANY - Ninety T H E Focus Jung Miss Needles: "Aren't you from Gerf many?" Weiss: 'LDarned Teuton I am!" X if Pk Her hat was on one side, her clothes rumpled and her shoes were in shreds. "Were you knocked down by a motor' ist?" asked a sympathetic bystander. "No, picked up," she snapped. ae as as Davey: L'I'm going to be an insect optometristf, Pabst: "Love of Pete-what's that?" Davey: 'LDidn't you ever hear of fly specs?,' wk wk as Sidwell Ctaking case historyj: "And you say you are perfectly normal?" Patient: "Yes, doctor." Sidwell: 'LWhich hand do you use in lighting cigarettes?" Patient: "I light 'em with my right hand." . Sidwell: "That's not normal. Most folks use a match." PK FF Pk Prof. Occhiena: "How many times have I told you to be in class on time?" Rasmussen: "Haven't the least idea. I thought you were keeping count." iii 34 ak Then there was the Scotchman who would let his boy have only one measle at a time. To the Graduates We extend hearty con- gratulations and best wishes for your success. To the Undergraduates We promise the same efficient service at reduced rates. Launderers extraordinary to N. I. C. Students Biltmore Laundry 4158 Drexel Boulevard Phones Oakland 5772 and Kenwood 7900 We call for and deliver Artistic Picture Framing Frames Made to Order in Any Size For correct framing, bring your pictures to us We harmonize mouldings to bring out the beauty of the pictures we frame. Old Frames Rvfinished-Oil Paintings Restored M UELLER BROS., Inc. 206 S. Wabash Avenue Harrison 4384 Wahlgren Optical Company 5 South Wabash Avenue, Phone State 4633 Chicago "A Good House to Deal With" f Never Competing with You j 1932 T H E F o c U s V NinetyfOne Behind You All the Way OIJR school days now are over and as you start out on your life's work, we want you to do so with the knowledge that the Bausch E3 Lomb Optical Company is indeed behind you all of the way. Our staff of scientists and technicians, our experimental resources and manufacf turing facilities, our experience of threefquarters of a century in the manufacture of precision optical products, stand back of you and every optical product that you require in your practice. Bausch Es? Lomb will constantly strive to be before you in anticipating your requiref ments, with you in everything you undertake and behind you with its resources and experience. Bausch SL Lomb Cptical Co. Rochester, N. Y. Mahn: 'Tll give you a hundred dollars to do my worrying for me." Riley: "Great! Where's the hundred?" Mahn: "Thats your first worry." ik PF P14 I Thelma: "That fellow has a lot of nerve to be flirting with me!" Virlee: "Where is he?" Thelma: "Sitting behind me." FF FF PF AT THE BERNARD Galperin: L'Say, Mizh Albe, I wanna room on firsht floor." Mrs. Albe: 'LBut youlre registered in 357, Mr. Galperinf' Galperin: "Thash perf'ly correctg but I just fell out of it." ae a: wk Post: 'Tm going to buy Clarabelle a machine of her own." Galperin: "Packard, Lincoln, Marmon or Buick?" Post: "Perambulator.', Whitehead: "Do you think we'll win the game tonight Richard Needles: "Well, we may win and we may lose." Whitehead: L'Boy, you sure are over' coniidentfl af as wk ?a1 Dr. Bray: "How does it happen you are late again?l' ' Cassell: "Well, you see, sir, there are eight of us, and the alarm clock was only set for seven." ae as as Mace: "What did you have for lunch?f' Colwell: "Three guesses." Mace: "No wonder you're so hungry!" Pk Pk wk First Pretty Cofed: "Your boy friend is rather sensitive. When you told him to behave last night, I imagine you hurt his feelings." Second Pretty Cofed: NI-Iurt 'em? Kid, I stopped 'em altogether!" N ir1et:yfTwo T H E F o C U s June Stude: "I have called to see about getf ting a job." Boss: "But I do all the work myself." Stude: "Perfect! When can I start?" bk SF 14 IN THE LISS COFFEE SHOP L'Will it take Bill long to pack for the summer vacation?" "Pack? Why, when Bill buttons his coat his trunk is locked!" :ie wk vs Erbaugh: "Do you read Poe?" Bell ffrom Georgiaj : "No, I read pretty good." 34 14 if "Gosh, my girl is awfully skinny." "Don't say 'skinny'g that isn't used in the best of places." "Yeah, but that's just where she is skinny." Telephone Randolph 4149 SPIES BROTHERS, INC. Established 1878 Fraternity Badges Dance Programs - Stationery 27 East Monroe Street, Chicago Let ME. Be Your Gasoline Man! SHELL S432-?JfIEli.i GREASING Quaker State Mobiloils and Shell Penn Motor Oils Springs sprayed FREE with every change of oil 5 Gallons of Shell Oil 32.75 DRUMM'S SERVICE STATION S. W. Corner 4'lst and Drexel 'LI may be a redfhot mama," murmured the lovely young thing, "but I ain't no' body's fuel." Pk FF il! WANTED +- Job exterminating filling stations, can swipe a filling station off the road while you sleep, plenty of experience, I raze 'em, fling 'em on the roof and haul 'em away-all at one operation. Refer' ences: Jack Ryan, Paul Cosgrove, Leonard Byham, Bill Mathis, Bob 'Howell or any' body living in or near Hopkinsville, Ky. I do it deftly with a Dodge.-Charley Green. ' :ze ak vs ' Dr. Heather fdictatingj: "Sir-My typist, being a lady, cannot take down what I think of you, and I, being a gentlef man, cannot write itg but you, being neither, can guess it all." WASHABLE UNIFORMS used exclusively by the Northern Illinois College of Optometry Manufactured by OTTENHEIMER 56 CO., Inc. 1946-50 West Madison Street, Chicago 1932 T H E F O C U S NinetyfThree Headquarters for Northern Illinois College Students Eernaril laurel DREXEL BOULEVARD AT 42ND PLACE Glhiragn Special student rate as low as S40 Z1 month for two, yet the service and accommodations of a Tpifafday hotel, ZOO rooms, all outside, 200 baths, one block from the College: large lobby, com' modious lounge with radio, billiard roomg the center of all College activities, with the fraternity houses but a step awayg coffee shop, laundry, tailor and cleaner on the premisesg hot water 24 hours a day-in short, an ideal home for the college man or woman. Better make reservations early. Phone Drexel 3200. MABEL R. ALBE Resident Manager Two Comfortable Homes Away from Home Biltmore Iienwood Apartment Hotel Apartment Hall 4160 Drexel Boulevard 4119 Ellis Avenue Kenwood 7900 Atlantic 5500 Newly decorated apartments with One- to four-room apartmentsg also kitchenettes. Also sleeping rooms. sleeping rooms. Special Rates to NORTHERN ILLINOIS COLLEGE STUDENTS 1. Beauty Rest Mattresses 9. General Electric Refrigeration 2. Murphy and Van Dame Beds 10. Large Cheerful Rooms 3. 24-hour Switchboard Service 11. Roomy Closets 4. Maid Service Coptionall 12. Plenty of Drawer Space 5. Free Parking 13. Radiator Covers 6. Good Heat and Hot Water 14. Ten Minutes to Loop 7. Free Lights, Gas and Linens 15. Men's Shower Rooms , 8. Radio Outlets 16. Close to the College WE CATER ESPECIALLY TO WOMEN GUESTS NinetyfFour T H E C U S June THE CONVERGENT DARLING 'Your voice is like tlie wind on summer night, Melodious and sweetg Tour liair like willows on a summer niglit, So calm and soft and neat. 'Your cheeks are like a rose on summer night, So lovely and so wang 'Your slioulders like a lake on summer niglit On wliicli tliere rests a swan. in fact Fd say your eyes would be like stars on summer niglit If only that your left one looked the same way as the right! -Arthur Silverblatt. wk Tk wk "You look emaciatedf' "Yes, I was ernaciated into the P. T. Ufs last week." The Neiglwborly Hotel JUST AROUND THE CORNER . . ., l,lQp:i:'Pi:ia' ' ,Eaff,!ii 1. A fa is T Q . T ,s . al fa 25:1 ilaeifiif A -'l' "-' i ,. I. 2 . - Ji'-X -- . - -7 Tuook Ellis South West Corner 43rd and Ellis 'ZOO modern outside rooms-single suites and kitchenettesg quiet, pleasant quarters for students, very moderate ratesg homelike envirorunentg Old Eng' lish brick lobby. Plione Kenwood 1363 Telephone Drexel 4401 CASTLE GARAGE 8. SERVICE STATION 4401 Cottage Grove Avenue High-Pressure Washing and Greasing Simonizing--Accessories PHILLIPS "66" GASOLINE Kelly-Springfield and Lee Tires Cars Delivered Day and Night - 24-Hour Service SHERMAN 'S I.G.A. STORE Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables at lowest prices 4064 Ellis Ave., Just One Block from School CDE TO THE ANNUAL Oh, the Annual is a funny thing: the School gets all the fameg The printer gets the money-and the Staff gets all the blame! Pk Dk as Fond Papa: 'LI paid the doctor ten dolf lars today." Fond Mama: "Oh, goody! Two more payments and the baby's ours!" il' PF ik Grandpa, in a speedy car, Pushed the throttle down too farg Twinkle, twinkle, little star- Music by the G. A. R. PF if Pk Cop: "Say! Don't you know this is a onefway street?" Girl at the Wheel: "Now, Gflicer, don't be silly. I'rn only going one way." 34 :if PF Mrs. Liss fserving at tablej: "Which greens do you prefer?" Doc Needles Qabsent rnindedlyj: "I prefer them flat and without bunkersfl 1932 T H E F o c U s NinetyfFive CLUB HEADQUARTERS FOR N. I. C. MEN 'ill' 4 Handball Courts l 3 Gymnasiums Swimming Pool I Billiards Attractive Rooms for 325 Residents Splendid Cafeteria 1 Scores of Activities Located in most interesting section ol Chicago Club Membership 55.00 Rooms 53.25 per week and up including-physical privileges HYDE PARK Y. M. C.A., 1400 E. 53rd Street, Telephone Fairfax 5300 AT I-IARTI.EY'S SODA FOUNTAIN Clerk Qserving double chocolate nut sun' dae with marshmallow sauce and whipped creamj: "Lots of calories in that!" Natalie Meier: "Oh, that's quite all right. I'm not very particular." PK Fl' Flf "Do you think I shall live until I'm ninety, doctor?" "How old are you now?" "Forty" "Do you drink, gamble, smoke or inf dulge in any vices?" "No, I don't drink, I never gamble, I loathe smoking-in fact, I haven't any bad habits." 'LWell, what the hell do you want to live another fifty years for?" as as :rf "So yo' fathah is a so.uth'n p1antah?" "Yas suh, he's an undertakah in At' lantaf' CAN YOU TIE THIS? An alert looking man was gingerly pick' ing his way long the ties of the Illinois Cen- tral, seemingly in' search of something or someone. "What are you looking for?" inquired a curious bystander. "The president of this railroad," was the answer. "But you'll not ind him here." i'Maybe not, but I'm on his track." tk vis Sis 'iDo you play the piano by ear or by note?" "I get it down and play it by brute strength." at sf vs First Frosh: "How did you make out in Dr. Atkinson's intelligence test? I suppose he found your mental age to be about IZ." Second Frosh: i'He claimed I hadn't been born yet." NinetyfSix T H E F o c U s June Telephone KENwood 2416 EARL C. SMITH 4202 Michigan Avenue General Electrician "I Keep the Collage Running. Let Me Help You" Green Gables Hotel and Annex Lake Park Avenue at Oakwood Boulevard Special Student Rates Phone Atlantic 1605 Geo. Schade, Prop. THERE WAS A TIME Time goes by in the heart As the roses wither . . . Summer passes away Arid the fall drifts thither. Time goes hy in the heart As the clouds in the sky . . . There was a time when I loved you, But I have forgotten why. -Dorothy Dow. FF ik Pk Collector: "Your account has been run' ning for a long time." Student: "Exactly, sir. It must be very tired. just let it rest for awhilef' :lf ik bk "What makes Charley Green speed up at all the railroad crossings?" "It's those 'stopi signs. He's had so many dates 'with cofeds he thinks 'stop' means 'go right ahead'!'i Ulf X Pk Prof. Occhiena Qto erring studentj : "My boy, your Work is failing down, and if you want to pick it up you'd better step on it." 'Tis hard to part with those we love When our hearts are full of hopeg But itis harder still to find a towel When our eyes are full of soap. 211 Pk ak 'iAbie's cold is better, and we've got a box of cough drops left." 'LOy, vot extravagance! Tell Izzie to go out and get his feet wet." Fl: ii if If education is so refining, what makes a college course? :fa as as Lives of Seniors all remind us We should strive to do our best, And, departing, leave behind us , Notebooks that will help the rest. :if PF Ik A lady from old Alabama Was using a very large hammag But she hit her toenail And was sent off to jail For using such terrible gramma. Fl' ak Pl: If you can't laugh at the joke of the age, laugh' at the age of the joke. Try our home cooked Food and Pastries Shirley Apartment Hotel A150 Fountain Service 4164 DrexeliBoulevard 49nd Place and Drexel Boulevard 1932 T H E F o c U s Ninety-Seyen All Phones: Kenwood 65 1 8 0 C. F. PETERSEN COAL COMPANY Anthracite and Bituminus COAL O Office and Yard: 4011-402 1 Langley Ave. A VOICE IN THE DARK "What do you think you are-a chirof practor?" as as wk "She is a toe dancer," he said as he rue' fully massaged his badly bruised toes. ik Ulf Dk HI guess I've lost another pupil," moaned the professor as his glass eye rolled down the kitchen sink. Pk :lf wk Parker: "What makes you think your roommate is lazy?" Telford: "Oh, he accidentally shoved a book off the table last night and then dropped three more so it would be worth while picking up the first one." PF Pk fl: Frosh: "What do you do with your used razor blades?" Soph: L'Shave with themfl ALLEN Apartment Hotel 766 Oakwood Boulevard O Modern, well-furnished rooms and apartments. Elevator. Hotel service. The management extends a special welcome to students of Northern Illinois College of Optometry, and will co- operate in every way to give you "A Home Away From Home " 0 All transportation lines Kenwood 6515 within one block. A DIRTY JOKE A fraternity house is a place where you drop a clean shirt on the floor and it is ready for the wash. Pl! ak if 'LI see you have a sign in your store, 'We aim to please'," remarked the irritated customer. "Certainly, sirg that is our motto," ref plied the proprietor. "Well," retorted the customer, 'iyou ought to take some time off for target practicef' :lf PIC Pk Little Girl: "I want a package of pink dye." Clerk at I'Iartley's: "For woolen or cot' ton goods?" Little Girl: "I want it for my mama. She has stomach trouble, and the doctor says she has to diet, and mama wants a pretty color." NinetyfEight T H E Focus june Behind ACK of any theatrical production are certain individuals who conf tribute as much to the play's success as the actors themselves. The latter receive the plaudits of the crowd, the fame and the acclaim, the former work just as diligently, just as enthusiastically, but remain in the shadows. In the production of this volume, we have had a similar situation. And those who have stood behind the scenes have contributed largely to any success THE FUCUS of this year may attain. The first of the unheralded helpers to whom we express our gratitude is Dr. Richard Robertson, without whom we should have been seriously hampered. His practical knowledge of journalism and his keen appreciation for finesse have made his help profound. Dr. jerry Heather, enthuf siastic and always willing to aid, has been an inspiration. We want to thank Thelma Mancinelli and Em Soland for their conf the Scenes tributions. Art Sims and his camera helped to provide you with quite a few of the pictures in the book. The undergraduate class officers and all you others who have so graciously cofoperated and contributed are to know that we are deeply appreciaf tive. We hope you people behind the scenes really sense our sincerity, for we are grate' ful-and how! And so we come to the place in the yarn where little Reddy Fox crawls into his hole and little Buddy Squirrel scampers off to the highest limb, and all little fresh' men must go beddyfbeddy, and it's been a fine trip and we've all had a lovely time, and you must come over and see us some time, and-er, uh-bring the children! QI-Iofhumlj But just before we all relax the old levator palpebra superioris, you may now exclaim . . . in chorus with . . . THE FOCUS STAFF, JUNE, 1932 . . . THE END, THANK GOD! , - - - K- ' ' " ' I . - v , i 1 1 N N J Y L 4 v av' x 1-1- J ,.4 r' v. lsr! D -sf, .4 , Uv-N. .rf U. mV' ff H.. 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Northern Illinois College of Optometry - Focus Yearbook (Chicago, IL) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

Northern Illinois College of Optometry - Focus Yearbook (Chicago, IL) online yearbook collection, 1932 Edition, Page 30

1932, pg 30

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