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For four years. from 1897 to 1000, he was a member of the fcotball eleven, playing the positions of halfback and end. ln his senior year he was cap- tain, and the following season. the fall of 1001, he was assistant coach of the team which won the historic 2-1 to ll USTA M. LINDGREN, '02, be- came assistant coachin 1001, tak- ing the position after two years' experience as coach of the team at Cor- nell College, Iowa. Lindy's athletic rec- ord while a student in the Lniversity was an enviable one. He played foot- ball during the four years of his college course, from 1898 to 1001, his positions being halfback, end, and right tackle. He holds the distinction of being Captain of the team of the season of 1901, when such stars as Jimmy Cook, Louie Loweri- thal, Jake Stahl, and Charles Fair- weather helped to bring about that memorable defeat of the Klaroons. yictorv over Chicago. 132.1912 Zillin Imam RAY C. BICLARTY Editor-in-Chief CHESTER O. FISCHER Business Manager HAROLD H. HERBERT XVALTER ROBIAN GILES E. KEITHLEY HERBERT R. HEDMAN EDWARD B. BLAISDELL RALPH D. RIURPHY EDWARD K. WVITCHER RIATTHEVV S. PARK HURST RAYMOND R. THOMAS LLOYD G. WILLIAMS JOHN C. RIIOORE NVILLIAM P. ARNOLD XVALTER B. WVORSHAM CARL STEPHENS C. RAYMOND SINCLAIR HAROLD H. CRAWFORD RALPH H. BEAN RICHPXRD F. LIUXMANN CHARLES L. RIORGAN LESLIE C. BERNARD EDWARD H. KIORRISS-EY Editorial Staff FRANK D. RIURPHY RQXI.PH C. SCOTT COURTLAND K. XVI-IITE J. ALLAN NEVIXS GEORGE Ef WARREN IDA B. DEIYEY KIARY C. BARRY IVIARGARET DUPUY VERNA L. BROWN Business Staif Art Staff CHARLES M. SULLIVAN CHARLES S. ROBERTS HOWARD R. GREEN -JOSEPH O. KIITCHELL XYERA J. SNOOR GILBERT D. JOHNSON ROSWELL E. FIELD HPXROID H. EGAN CLOYD C. SMITH DONALD L. TINCHER EDWARD R. LUDXVIG HOWARD L. CHENEY fl' 7 Q 7 9 ? f f ? f Q II J+ jfnrtrnnrh IN behalf of the Class of 1912, we present dns,the eighteenth voh unmci dm lLLIO,tothefaudQ5 sn1dents,and alunnni of die llniver- sity. We trust that those who read this book may find therein much that is pleasing and of value. ll We have endeavored in dns vohnne to inakeanturangmnentoftheconunns that should be logical and coherent. We have expanded some depart- ments, and curtailed others. We hope that in those Hunters ni which We have departed from prec- edent We have brought about an improvement. ll That the result, as a wduHe,is not pedect,xve are Well aware. Believing, however, that our readers are ascxansider- ate of our errors as they are ap- preeianve of our aceoniphshnnentm xve present to thern this book, the prodtux of our bemiendeavon THEIQIZILLHDBOARD 012132 Ether of the ibunks Book One-The University Faculty Alumni Seniors Lv11LlCI'Ql'?iLlLl3tCS Book Two-University Activities Athletics Xlilitriry Klusic Publications Urato1'y and Debate Draniatics Social Affairs Book Three-University Organizations l'1'atc1'11ities Sororities lYonicn's Allairs Clubs and Societies Book Four-Departments at Chicago College of Medicine School of Pharmacy College of Dentistry Book Five-Roasts and Calendar ,U .' , 'Va' ' -,L ,J r 1 Nh, P I N, -Q" -f . qw.. " ' W 4 ,IV 'X I'- A. 1 Q." A. I ' 1 ,J ,A W v X v'l , g " U' Y v N X , ,X t A X 4 , , 1 f r I ' .7 f A - , - "N K r, A ' v vt W V ' Bunk Gus ' o , A, 1 . I ' , I D I X ' . . f ' x I 1 ' ' nw, ' 1 . 1 , W ,, . , 1 if . A . I X ,!. " ' v I N . 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'Fi 'LZ'-1V1-'KIHMYAKLIIJMMVlVf?iIV.3AJu'ii1HVY,?E!lU.AhLLiKMMllxVYlW IHH ,Q ,4- 4 se,-1-Q M 4.1 . -: ASN QP' E-f"QT11i?4. ei.-fu s ' 'vw J- ,A ..,'-- . -- -gm-ww. f 1, My l . 4 i X x 5-. x X., K1 HON. FRANK G. BLAIR LTRS. MARY E. BUSEY NIRS, CARRIE A.-BAHRENBERG HON. FRED L. H.ATCH HON, XYILLIABI L. ABBOTT MRS. LAURA B. EVANS HON, A. P. GROUT HON. ARTI-ILRQMEEKER HON. ALLEN F. MOORE B0 D'O RUS 1 The Governor of lllinois lex-oiliciol HON. CHARLES S. DENEEN. Springlicld The President of the State Board of Agriculture Lex-ollicioj HON. JOHN Al. CREBS. Carini The Superintendent of Public Instruction lex-olliciol HON. FRANK G. BLAIR. Springfield Elected Members A x .4 Term lixpncs HON. XYILLLXXI L. ABBOTT, Chicago ......., DR. CHARLES D.ixVISON, Chicago Kresignedj. .. , AIRS MRS HON HON h1Rs. HON HON RIARY E. BUSEY, Urbana.. ,..... .,.. , , , CARRIE ALEXANDER-BAHRENBERG, Belleville. FRED L. HIXTCH, Spring Grove, .. ....... A. P. GROUT, VVinchester. ., ,. LAURA B. EVANS, Taylorville ..., ARTHUR RIEEKER, Chicago . , ALLEN F. NIOORE, Monticello ,, J , HON. CHARLES S. DENEEN HON. JOHN M. CREBS 1911 1911 1911 1913 1913 1913 1915 1915 1915 PRESIDENT Emwxn khxlss 19.51155 FA UL Council of Administration EDAIUXD RIANES JAMES, fl1K 'l'. fl' B K Pre-side-nt A. Al., Ph, D., Univursity of Halle. 'TT LL. D., Cornell, Wesleyan, Qui-c1:'s Ccflruv. Hrnrvurvl Yicle-PR12s1nENT 'lf QI. BL'RR11,L THOAIAS JUN.-X'l'HAN BURRILL, A Z Yi De-:ln Dr-:in of thu Collis: cu-President of the Univi-rsity' :mil Professor of Bcvhmy A. Al., Northwestern L'nivt-rsity, 'Tli Ph. D., University of Chix-rxgo, 'Sl LL, D., Xorthwusturn L'nix'urs.itj.', "Vi DAVID KINLEY, fb I' A, fl' of the Grflduntv Svhool rind Pr.p!.ns:v of A. B., Yule, 'S-lg Ph. D., lY's.,-.rn n, B K E:-onovluu 'ill EUGENE DAVENPORT, A 'l' L- of Agriculture and Director of thc Agriu Al. Agr., Alichigrln Agricultural Collage, A A 7 ,. 1 :il iril E-zpurixnunl Station s IJLIYER ALBERT HARKER De-an of the College of Law and Professor A. B- McKendree College, '60 A. Rl , McKendree College. 'Gia , fl' A fl' of Lim' Council of Administration CContinuedD WILLIAM EDWARD QUINE, A Q A, N E N Dean ofthe College of Medicine anfl Professor of the Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine M. D, Chicago Medical College, '70 LL. D., University of Illinois, '04 THOMAS ARKLE CLARK, A T Q, fb B K Dcrin of Men and Professor of Rhetoric B. L., University of Illinois, '90 WILLIAM FREEIXIAN AIYRICK GOSS. E E, A T Q De-an of the College of Engineering Director of the School of Railway Engineering and Arlmin- istration Director of Engineering Experiment Station Massachusetts Institute of Technology, '79 M. S., Wabash College. 'SS D, Eng., University of Illinois, '04 I . DEAN T. A. CLARK DEAN DAVID KINLEY EDGAR JEROME TOWNSEND, A T A, S 3 Dean of the College of Science and Professor of Mathematics Ph. B.. Albion College, '90 Ph. M., University of Michigan, '91 Ph. D., University of Gottingen, '01 EVARTS BOUTELL GREENE, 1D A 9,1IJB K Dean of the College of Literature and Arts and Professor of History A. B., Harvard, 'QOL A. M., Harvard, 'OIQ Ph. D.. Harvard, '03 GEORGE WASHINGTON COOK B. s., D. D. s. Dean ol the College of Dentistry Professor of Bacteriology, Pathology and Therapeutics MRS. MARY ELIZA FAWCETT, K A 9, 111 B Ii Acting Dean of Women A. B., Ohio State University, '07 A. M., University of Illinois, '09 I-I OLLB GB- LITE N D EVARTS BOUTELL GREENE, ID A1:l,lI1 Donn of the College of Literature and Arts and Prof of History A. B., Harvarfl, '00 A. M. Harvard, '91, Ph. D., Harvar ,M DEAN E. B. GREENE HERBERT AIEWETT BARTON, A. M., A .x qw,-Lb B K Professor of Latin Language and Literature CHARLES MELYILLE MOSS, Ph. D ll" Y, li! B .K Professor of Greek Language and Literature DANIEL KILHAM DODGE, Ph. D., Professor of English DAVID Dean of the Gradu A. B., Ya KINLEY, 119 I' A, QD B K ate School and Professor of Econo le, 'S-lg Ph. D., Wisconsin, '92 THOMAS ARKLE CLARK, A 'l' Q, CID B Dean of Men and Professor of Rhetoric B. L., University of Illinois, '90 ARTHUR HILL DANIELS, Ph. D., -AID I' Professor of Philosophy ATUR BK EDWIN GRANT DEXTER, Ph. D., Z W, KID B K Con leaveb Professor of Education and Director of the School of Education SSSOI' rl, '03 THOMAS EDWARD OLIVER, Ph. D., ID B K Con lt-:wel Professor of Romance Languages STEPHEN SHELDON COLVIN, Ph. D., Z ll", di' B K Professor of Psychology JAMES WILFORD GARNER, Ph. D., 11' B K ' Professor of Political Science I-IORACE ADELBERT HOLLISTER, A. M., High School Visitor with the rank of Assistant Professor MAURICE HENRY ROBINSON, Ph. D., A K E, li' B K Professor of Industry and Transportation EDWARD JOHN LAKE. B. S., Ar-ting Head of the Department of Art and Design Assistant Professor of Art and Design GUY STANTON FORD, Ph. D., O A X Professor of Modern European History ERNEST RITSON DEWSNUP, M. A., Professor of Railway Administration EDWARD CAREY HAYES, Ph. D Professor of Sociology WILLIAM CHANDLER BAGLEY, Ph. D., QD A O, E E Director of School of Education Professor of Education 'v mics JULIUS GOEBEL, Ph. D., Professor of Germanic Languages K BOYD HENRY BODE, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy DAVID HOBART CARNAHAN, A. M.,Ph. D., A E X, FD B K Associate Professor of Romance Languages 15 College of Literature and Arts fContinuedD STUARTPRATTSHERMAN,HLD, QBKAZA Associate Professor of English EDWARD FULTON, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Rhetoric OTTO EDWARD LESSING, Ph. D., Associate Professor of German CLARENCE WALWORTH ALVORD, A. B., Ph. D. Associate Professor of History JOHN ARCHIBALD FAIRLIE, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Political Science ERNEST LUDLOW BOGART, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Economics WILLIAM ABBOTT OLDFATHER, Ph. D., CD A O, 111 B K Associate Professor of Classics EDWARD CHAUNCEY BALDWIN, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of English Literature GEORGE1HENRY'MEYER,A.hL BHHQBK Assistant Professor of the German Language and Literature Assistant Dt-an of the College of Literature anfl Arts NEIL CONWELL BROOKS, Ph. D., QAQQBK Assistant Professor of German NATHAN AUSTIN WESTON, Ph. D., A T Q, QD B K Cori leave-J Assistant Professor of Economics HARRY G. PAUL, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature LAURENCE MARCELLUS LARSON, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History JOHN CHRISTIE DUNCAN, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Accountancy ARTHUR STANLEY PEASE, Ph. D., Assistant Prolessor of Classics WILLIAM SPENCE ROBERTSON, Ph. D., fll B K Assistant Professor of History GEORGE TOBIAS FLOM, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Scandinavian Languages anrl Literature JOHN DRISCOLL FITZ-GERALD II, Ph CIF B K Dv Assistant Professor of Romance Languages LEWIS FLINT ANDERSON, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Education SIMON LITMAN, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Economics GEORGE FREDERICK ARPS, Ph. D., 119 P A, E E, fb A K Assistant Professor of Psychology ERNEST MILTON HALLIDAY, A. B., LL. B., A S P, KID A A Associate in English HARRIE STUART VEDDER JONES, Ph. D., Associate in English ARTHUR ROMEYN SEYMOUR, Ph. D., Associate in Romance Languages LOUIS JOHN PAETOW, Ph. D., lb B K Associate in History HOWARD VERNON CANTER, Ph. D., ID B K Associate in Classics JACOB ZEITLIN, Ph. D., III B K Associate in English THACHER HOWLAND GUILD, A. IXI., AQQBK Associate in English FRANKLIN WILLIAM SCOTT, A. M., ATQQBK . Associate in En zlish Uxiveksrrx' HALL GOLLBGB Ol: 56 BNCBB EDGAR -IEROAIE TUWNSEND, A T A, N .. Dunn of the College of Stir-ncu :in-l Profr-ssor of Iilaitlir-iiizitir Ph. B.. Albion Collcizc. 'WI Ph, AI., University mf Miuhiugin. 'til Ph. D.. Cnivt-rsity of tiiittiiim-ii, 'lil DEAN E. AI. '1'owxsEN1i THOMAS JONATHAN BURRILL, A Z Vice-President of the University and Professor of Botzini' A. M., Northwestern University, '76 Ph. D., Cnivcrsity of Chicago. 'bl LL. D., Northwcstt-rn University, 'UZZ SAMUEL WALKER SHATTUCK. C. E. Comptroller and Proft-ssor of AlCltl'lli'ITlLlfiL'S B. S., Norwich Univrsrsity, 'GU A. ll.. Norwich Univursity, 'TG STEPHEN ALFRED FORBES Ph. D.. LL. D., fb F A, A Z Director State Laboratory of Natural History, Stats Ent mologist: and Professor of Entomology CHARLES WESLEY ROLFE, M. S. Professor of Geology SAMUEL WILSON PARR, AI. S., 'I' A I' Profnssor of Applied Chcmistry EDWARD BARTOW, Ph, D., 1-I A X, ll' B K Profr-sswr of Annlytirzil Chemistry :mil Dirt-Ctor of Stu!-5 li atc-r Snrvr-3' GEHRGE ABRARI MILLER, Ph. D. Pri-fussor of Rliitllemzitius WILLIAM ALBERT NDYES, Ph. D. LL. D.. X'T Dirt-rtor of Chumicril Lzrlmmtory xinrl Profr-ssor of Clitiiiiistri HENRY BALDWIN WARD, Ph. D.. fI1 B K, N E Profcssor of Zoology ALBERT VICTOR BLEININGER, B. S. E E Dircctor of Department of Cvrzimics, Profussor of Cvrfimi FRANK CHRISTIAN BECHT, Ph. D. I E, 111 B H Acting Director of the Department of Pliysioloui' Assistant Professor of Physiology FRANK SMITH. A. M., A T A, E E Curator of Museum Associate Professor of Zooloily CHARLES ZELENY, Ph. D. fb B K, I N, N E N Associate Profrfssor of Zoology CHARLES FREDERICK HDTTES, Ph. D A Z Assistant Professor of Botany 17 College of Science CContinuedJ HENRY LEWIS RIETZ, Ph. D., A T Q, E E DAVID FORD MCFARLAND, Ph. D. A T Q, Assistant Professor of Mathematics A X E, E Ei, II? B K Assistant Professor of Applied Chemistry -IUEL STEBBINS. Ph. D., 111 A t-l, E E Assistant Professor of Astronomy I , Assistant Professor of Mathematics IAMES BRYNIE SHAW, D. Sc., E X, fb B K RICHARD SIDNEY CCRTISS, Ph. D., E E ARNOLD EMCH, Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry Assistant Professor of Mathematics ARTHUR ROBERT CRATHORYE, Pl. D, THOMAS EDIXIUND SAVAGE, M. S. lb A 9 1 I Assistant Professor of Statigraphic Geology Associate in Mathematics UJSTLS 'XYATSON FQLSQAI, SC. D- CHARLES CHRISTOPHER ADAMS, Ph. D. ' X' T Assistant Professor of Entomology -' '- Associate in Animal Ecology WARD J- M-WNEALY Ph- D-V M' D' GEoRoE MCPHAIL SMITH, Ph. D., B o H Assistant Professor of Botany Asscciate in Chemistry CHARLES HERSCHEL SISAIXI, Ph. D. R1j,BER'1' LLACEY BQRGERY Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Associate in uathenmtics CLARENCE WILLIAM BALKE, Ph.D.,E 3 JAMES THEOPHILUS BARRETT, Ph- D X' T Assistant Professor of Chemistry Associate in Botany EDWARD WIGHT WASHBURN, Ph. D. ERNEST BARNES LYTLE, Ph. D., S I Assistant Professor of Chemistry Associate in Mathematics Fifty-eight :itldilional instructors, iissistiints, clerks, etc.. in this college. NATL'H.1.L Hisrolcx' H.Al,I. CHEMIC,-xi. LABORATORY 15 'OIQIJBFB T 0F T if-,No 5512 NG WILLIAM FREEMAN MYRICK GOSS, E E, A T Q Dean of the College of Engineering Director of the School of Railway Engineering and Administration! Director of Engineering Experiment Station Massachusetts Institute of Technology, '79 M, S., Wabash College, 'SS D. Eng., University of Illinois, '04 IDE.-KN W. F. M. Goss D. Arch. NATHAN CLIFFORD RICKER, T B 1-1. H D U' Professor of Architecture IRA OSBORN BAKER, C. E., D. Eng. A T A, T B II Professor of Civil Engineering ARTHUR NEWELL TALBOT, C, E., T B II Professor of Municipal and Sanitary Engineering ALBERT PRUDEN CARMAN, Sc. D., E 3 Professor of Physics MORGAN BROOKS, Ph. B., M. E. A K E, T B II, E 3 Professor of Electrical Engineering NEWTON ALONZO WELLS, M. P., A T Professor of .Architectural Decoration JAMES MCLAREN WHITE, B. S. fIJI'A,TBII,EE Professor of Architectural Engineering GEORGE ALFRED GOODENOUGH, M. E 111 P A, T B l'I, S E Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering HARRY HARKNESS STOEK, B. S., E, M A CD Professor of Mining Engineering ERNST JULIUS BERG, Ph. D., T B II Professor of Electrical Engineering FREDERICK MAYNARD MANN, S. M C. E. 'li Y, E E Professor of Architecture and Head of the Department EDWARD CHARLES SCHMIDT, M. E. T B H Professor of Railway Engineering JOHN PASCAL BROOKS, M. S., B O H, T B H Associate Professor of Civil Engineering OSCAR ADOLPH LEUTWILER, M. E., T B II, E A E Assistant Professor of Machine Design 19 College of Engineering CC.ontinuedl CHARLES TOBIAS KNIPP, Ph. D. T B II, E E Assistant Professor of Physics ton leavej FLOYD ROWE WATSON, Ph. D., E E Assistant Professor of Physics FRANK OLIVER DUFOUR, C. E., O A X Assistant Professor of Structural Enginecring CHARLES WESLEY MALCOLM, B. S., C. E. A T, T B II, E E Assistant Prolessor of Structural Engineering HERBERT FISHER IXIOORE, B. S., M. M. E Assistant Professor of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics ELLERY BURTON PAINE, M. S., E. E. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering EDWARD HARDENBERGH WALDO, A. B. M. fb B K Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering WILLIAM FREDERICK SCHULZ, E. E. Ph. D., E E Assistant Professor of Physics JOHN MYRON BRYANT, B. S., E. E. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering JACOB KUNZ, Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Physics WILLIAM THOMAS BAWDEN, A. B., B. S. Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering JOHN MCBEATH SNODGRASS, B. S. E E, T B II, Ti D U Assistant Professor of Steam Engineering DAVID VARON, A. D. G. Assistant Professor of Architecture CHARLES RICHARD CLARK, B. S., T B II Associate in Architectural Construction DUFF ANDREW ABRAMS, B. S., C. E. Associate in Engineering Experiment Station FRANKLIN WALES MARQUIS, B. S.. M. E Associate in Railway Engineering Department MELVIN LORENIUS ENGER. B. S., E E Associate in Municipal and Sanitary Engineering. and Theoretical and Applied Mechanics GEORGE CONRAD HABERMEYER, B. S. T B II Associate in Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Seventy-three additional instructors, assistants, clerks, etc., in this college. 'Q . ir -, Y. 'N-L '7iexV-. 'fm- -'tiff NY. 1 i, ls. , X , Q .. ' . Lvaiiififii f2fi1f1is'sf4-serv-sire . - V- ' - X ' , E f , 4134, ' "f ff. ,- P. ii .!f-- 5 ' gags.-f " iz: Asn- sg, ' -s - MA. ,i-inf. ..-.',.s-2-Lime . 'X , . , ..,.S.t-M -f-Fa E.-N - . ., .e ,, Q 1 i, ..f..,,..c.,.,..,,,,L, , fcf- .- new -M pg , at .g . ' I my iw. say. 5 5 gi s , '- ' . 1 ' A 'f - f V- - - -. 21' . .r' fm L ,- ,. . -, A ,., 1 h ',p .,!.:. , "': -may U l g ,G lg 'iii ii iii .: P. f, f... i .-A - ,i lgxgqiiiqlig -Q 5: xg ,qs -s. 1. sw.. . . Y .. i K. u.!p.. ' wi :Hannah ., . U . .. -xg 3 lUamw,yV-Ma A . ' "-:lx-. .1131 . -,, .'--- I .,v.-q1-- h. ,. ,. -"Q - A A ENGINEERING HALL LABORATORY or Pnvsics 220 BGB , OF. AGRIGUL URB EUGENE DAYEXPl'lR'I', A 'I' A. A Dean of the Culluge of Agriculture untl Director of the Agricultural Expurimcnt Station: Prnfussor of Thrcmmntology - M. Auf., Michigan Agricultural College, '15 1' IDEAN Ermiaxr-3 ID.-xvlsxrmir DUXALID AICIXTUSH, V. S., A Z Pr-.lfuscor of Ytterinnry Sciuncc CYRIL GEORGE HOPKINS, M, P11 I E, A Z, 'I' A I Pr--fesstir -ill Amr-Quimnv ISABEL BEVIER, Ph. M. Prrrf-yssor gif H-Just-holfl Sciunct- HERBERT WIXDSQR MUMFORD. A Z Proft-Ssor of Animal Husbandry B.Q NIHSEPH CULLEN BLAIR, M. 5. A., A Z, V - l'mIess:sr -If Po11mlf'Jfly WILBER .IUHN FRASER, M. Professor of Duiry Husbandry HARRY SANDS GRIXDLEY, SC. D. ll' A T, I E Prolt.-smr of Animnl fflimnistry PHILIP BUVIER HAWK, Ph. IJ., A K E, VT .4-. l'rofc'Ssfvr of Pliysiologicnl Chi-inistry CHARLES SPENCER CRANDALL, M. Assuuizitc Profcssor of Pomology KIHHX WILLIAM LLUYD, M. S. A., A Z Ass-Juintc Profn.-ssor of Uluriculturu ,IEREMIAH GEORGE AIUSIER, B. A Z IQ, Assistant Pr-uit-:mr of S-Jil Phwics KIAAIES HARVEY l'E'I"l'l'I'. Ph. D., A Z Assistant Profusswr of Still Furtility WILLIAKI DIETRICH, AI. INI. S. A. Assistant Pr0fPssor of Swinc Huslmndry FRED HENRY RANKIN Assistfmt Professor Superintendent ol Agricultural Extcnsion 21 College of Agriculture fContinuedJ LOUIE HENRY SKIITH, Pli. D. WALTER CASTELLA COFFEY, RI. S., Assistant Professor of Plant Breeding E A E Associate in Sheep Husbaxvlry SIISANNAH USHER, B. S. Assistant Professor of Houselmlal Science ORLO DORR CENTER' NI. S- Associate in Crop Production ANNA ROBERTA VAN METER, A. B., MS Assistant Professor of Household Science - CHARLOTTE AIITCHELL GIBBS, A. AI. Ii K I1 LOUIS DIXUN HALL, M. S. . . . Associate In Textiles Assistant Professor of Animal Ilusbnndry I v HERAIAN BERNARD DORNER, KI, 55. ARTHUR DUNALDSUN EMMETT, M. A. Assgiziat: in Floriculturc Associate in Animal Nutrition CXQQIUS CI ,XY HAYDEX M. SA NELLIE ESTHER GOLDTHWAITE. PlI. D v T Assistant Professor of Dairy Hiislunnilry - Associate in Household Scientt FRED LEMAR CHARLES. M. B ffl II, fb B K NELSON WILLIAM HEPBURN, M. S., A Z Assistant Professor of .'Agl"lL'l!lllll"Ill, Education AFSUCWYC in Dilifl' Maflllfiicfufiflg ALBERT N. HLME, Ph. D. HENRY PERLY RUSK, B. S. Assistant Professor of Crop Production Associate in Beef Cattle Forty aultlitionail instructors. assistants, clerks, etc., in this college. l r' .L S... L' AGRICULTURAL BUILDING 22 O 1 F65 0F'bAW f OLIVER ALBERT HARKER, KIT A 'I' JOHN NORTON POAIEROY, A. AI., LL. B. D:-:Ln of the College nf Law and Pr-Jfcsmr of Lqxx fb .A fb, fI7 B If, II' Y A, B., Mcliunmlres Collcgu, 'Gil A. M. McKendree College, 'HEP Assistant Proll-siivr of Lars LAW BL'1r.mNu DEAN U. A. PIAHKER FREDERICK GREEN, A. M., LL. B. WILLIAM GREEN HALE. B. S., LL. B. fi, A CIW, ll' T Profussor of Lim' Instructor in Lim: EDXX'ARD SAMIQSON THURS'FCjNy A' MH EDWARD HARRIS DECKER, LL. B., E A E LL. B. 1IJ A KID Professor of Law Instructor in Law PRESIDENTIS HOUSE VS Srienre Q I Srbnnl uf ilihrarp N I PHINEAS LAWRENCE WINDSOR, Ph. B A T A fr Librarian and Director of the Library School fs.. I I . J' fig: XX' 'J ALBERT SHERWOOD VVILSON, A. B., B. D 1' .-5if ' - 2 , N i 'J E Qi 'Q i Assistant Director of Library School I.-sg . . .xx 5 3 i ANNA IYIAY PRICE, A. lXI,, B. L. S. .i'.,Q'Q.fL .. " 15 - " .:.'A ' If s,"'I, 1 .. 4 .ff V ... VGA A Assistant Professor of Library Economy -'I -. '-'- Hx ' -rw'-1 1 " .-an -WI-2-.-I -' 4 55 - N ' lr' 3' -'56'i:?5f3i"'R3" N: ' I ' 1 1 A v ME -1' FRAN ces bIMPSUN, M. L., B. I.. s. K K F, fb B K, A K fit I I :iff P' . A 'sli e . r. -4 f by 'f H Assistant Professor of Library Economy I-H-r-:M - - --ss -'- '- xv.Q-s:.g.4...:,..........,,,,..,, . ' FRANCIS KEESE WYNKOOP DRURY, LIBRARY BUILDING A- M-I B' L' Sn Z lp' 'I' B K Assistant Librarian Assistant Professor Twenty-four nflflitional instructors, assistants, stenographers, Clerks, etc., in this school. Department of Military Science BEXAIAMIN CLARKE MORSE Major 27th U. S. Infantry Professor of Military Science and Tactics FREDERICK VVILLIANI POST Armorer and Administrative Assistant ARIIORY Four additional instructors and assistants in this department. 2-I I brbnul of iiilusir 1 l CHARLES HENRY MILLS Mus. S. B., F. R. C. O. Eng. Dirt-ctor of the School oi Music E I- GEQRCE F ss bCHllARIZ, A, M.,M. B. ss-. J As-gociate in Musical Thcorv i f : i f S- if ' , QM 5 ' Q 1 ' lg -3- 1:-1 A iw A fig -1 .X GEORGE RAWSON WADE , , Sis 4 -f' A I . ,. . . - .l--i.-nnrgiw ,L "TV J? - A , l Instructor in Xoicc, in charge oi local Department -Q1 !-wiki-Qfk' - . -W -i V --' .,'- ALBERT AUSTIN HARDING, CIP K ll' as "" ' ' is --f'ir2Qf.ff3f-t' -- v- ' Director of the Band, and Instruct-Jr in Banfl Instruments AFDITORIUM Seven zulilitional instructors and assistants in this school. Department of Physical Training GEORGE A. HUFF, K E Y Director of Pliysical Training GERTRUDE EVELYN MOULTQN, A. B Acting Dircctor of Physical Training for Women HARRY LOVERING GILL Assistant Director of Physical Training for Mon LEO GREGORY H.-XNA Director of Bluffs Gymnasium Gvxixasitxi Five aclfglitional assistants antl instructors in this dcpartnicnt. '75 Qffirers I ' Hhministratihe H 8 CHARLES MAXWELL MCCONN. E A E fb B K Ruuistrar :ind Secretary Y A, B., University of Minnesota, '03 A. M., University of Minnesota, '04 SABIUEL YYALKER SHATTUCK, C. E, Comptrugllt-1' nnrl Professor of Illntlieniatius B. S., Nr-rwicli L'nive-rsity, 'HH A. Bl., N-Q-rwitli Lniiversity, 'Tli XRTHUR RAY WARNOCK, B 1-1 H. fl Assistant Dt-:in of Men A. B.. University 1,-Y Illinois, 'U5 NATHAN I EL HAY Purchasing Agent OREN ELAIER STAPLES, ll' 1' Chief Clerk JOSEPH ALBERT LIORROXV Superintendent of Buildings , EVELYN ATKINSON Superintendent of Grounds BURT EARDLY POWELL Private Secretary to the President Ph. B.. Grinnell Collejge, '02 Ph. D., University o!Bo:1n,'U9 JAMES HERBERT KELLEY Chief Clerk in the Presidents Oriice B. S.. Cornell College. 'UU A. M., Harvard, '03 rim HARRISON EDWARD CUNNINGHAM CIF A GJ, KID B K Assistant Registrar A. B , University of Vermont, '04 FRANK WATERS THOMAS, A. Ll., E N Principal of the Academy BURRILL AVENUE 26 v -ww ,fa -1 lmmimu ml ima Tuglirnxre ' Jllfwill ,success nx ,vw W ' 55:5 xv' ' , .F ,A gp. ,fx . I , I I 4 J il u P ! . ' 1 X , . ,: 1 IJWXN A5506 ATIO Officers WILLIAM DIXVID PENCE, '86 , . . , . . . , . RIINNIE JACQUES, 'SGA FRANK VY. SCOTT, 101. . Executive Committee .PRESIDENT , . ...I, . .XYICE-PRESIDENT , .CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Term Expires C. A. KILER, '92, CHAIRMAN .... W. L. ABB-OTT,,S-1: ...,.., H. M. DUNLAP, '75. . I. O. BAKER, '74, . . T. A. CLARK, '90. . . 1911 1911 1912 1912 1913 WILLIAM D. FENCE, 'SG FRANK W- SCOTT. '01 29 Mexican territory adjacent to the international bound- Qllumni l I ine istinguisbeh I I OHN ACGESTCS OCKERSOX, '73, civil en- gineer, of St. Louis, Klissouri, since his gradua- tion has followed the profession of engineering, chiefly in river and harbor improvements, hydraulic Work, railroading, and mining. He has been for the past twelve years a member of the Klississippi River Com- mission, and is now engineer in charge of the restora- tion of the Colorado River to its original bed in the ary near Yuma, Arizona. JOHN A. UCKERSON, '73 AMES ROBERT MANN, '76, congressman, of Chicago, has been engaged in the practice of law since his graduation from 'Union College of Law in 1881. He has been a member of the Congress of the United States since 1897, serving as representative from the first and second Illinois districts. Previous to his entrance into national public life, Klr. Klann held several offices of local importance, being for a number of years an alderman of the city of Chicago, and also master in Chancery of the superior court in the same lures R. MANN, 176 CL,fXRENCE HOXYARD BLACKALL, '77, archi- tect, of Boston, Klassachusetts. is best known as the architect of the Auditorium at the Liniversitv of Illinois, but he has other notable accomplishments to his credit, He designed and erected the first steel frame building in Boston, and was the architect of Tremont Temple, the Colonial Theatre, and other structures in that city. He is a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, and has practiced his profession in New York, Colorado Springs, and Boston, being located in the latter citv since 1882. 30 city. ' CLARENCE H. BLACKALL, '77 Nine Distinguished Alumni fContinuedJ HENRY KLXHAN BEARDSLEY. '79, lawyer, of Kansas City, Klissouri, is noted for his political, religious, and philanthropic activities in that city. Since 1898 he has served the municipality as a member of the upper house of the Kansas City Common Council, as president of the upper house, as president of the Board of Public lliorks, and as mayor of the city. He is president of the Kansas City Bar Associa- tion, of the Kansas City Young Klen's Christian Association, and holds oflices in numerous religious and philanthropic organizations, both local and national. He is the senior member of the law firm of Beardsley. Gregory, and Kirshner. HExRv M. BEARDSLEY, '79 LORQXDO T.-XFT, '79, sculptor, of Chicago, is the greatest representative of the Cniversity in the held of tine arts. Since 1886 he has been identified with the Art lnstitute of Chicago, at first as an in- structor in modeling, but in recent years as a lecturer on art. He is also associated with the University of Chicago extension department, in which he holds the position of professorial lecturer. ln recognition of his ability as a sculptor, Xlr.'1'aft has received a number of medals and prizes. among which are a medal awarded by the Ecole des Beaux Arts, and others by the lYorld's Columbian, Pan-American, and Louisiana Purchase expositions. LoR,1.Do TAFT, '79 CHARLES HENRY DENNIS, '81, journalist, of Chicago, who is now associate editor of the Chic- ago Daily News, has been connected with that publi- cation the greater part of the time since his graduation from the Cniversity. From 1882 to 1891 he held the positions of reporter, dramatic critic, assistant city editor, editorial writer, and city editor of the Daily News. For ten years 11891 to 19013 he was managing editor of the Chicago Record, and upon his retirement from that publication he became chief editorial writer and manager of the foreign news service ofthe Daily News. He retained this position until 1907, when he became associate editor cf the paper. 31 CHARLEs H. Dexxis, 'Sl Nine Distinguished Alumni fC.ontinuedl ILLIAM AMES HEATH, '83, banker, of Chicago, is now president and director of the Hibernian Banking Association, of that city. His early experience in the banking business was gained in the Champaign National Bank, with which he was connected from 1883 to 1902, occupying in succession the positions of clerk, assistant cashier, cashier, and director. From 1902 to 190-I he was state bank examiner of Illinois, and subsequently became vice-president and director of the Hibernian Banking Association. His steady and unfailing good judgment in financial matters has placed him among the leaders of finance in the 'WCStCI'I'1 IHOHCY CCHICTS. X IVILLIAM A. HEATH, '83 AMUEL XVILSLEY STRATTON, '84, physicistfof ll'ashington, has been director of the Bureau of Standards since 1901, and in this position has won recognition for his abilities in the field of physics. Honorary doctor's degrees have been conferred upon him by the University of Illinois, the University of Western Pennsylvania, and the University of Cam- bridge, Englandg and in 1909 he received the French title of Chevalier Legion d'Honneur. Previous to his becoming director of the Bureau of Standards, Dr. Stratton gained eminence as an educator and scientific investigator, being professor of physics at the University of Illinois and later at the University of Chicago. SAMUEL W. STR.-XTTON, 'S-L LINCOLN BUSH, '88, civil engineer, of New York City, now chief engineer of the Delaware, Lacka- wanna, and Wiestern Railroad, has become notable through his extraordinary achievements in railway location and construction. For the past twenty- two years he has held executive positions with a number of railways and engineering firms. Since 1899 he has been connected with the Delaware, Lackawanna, and llvestern Railroad, having been advanced from bridge engineer to principal assistant engineer, and finally to chief engineer of the system. hir. Bush is the inventor of a new method of constructing concrete and pile footings, of a new roadbed, and of an im- proved trainshed. LINCOLN BUSH, 'SS 32 first Qnnual ibumtf uming HUKIP! lYith a dull thud a battered suit-case bumped to the station plat- form, and hopped to its side. Its owner, a gray-haired man. whose cheeks glowed with enthusiasm and expectation, paused for a moment, and then, spying a familiar figure near by, rushed up to an old comrade he had known in the bygone college days. Vliith his right he clutched his friend's outstreched hand, and putting his left upon the other's shoulder, the two old grads stood in the midst of the trafhc and throng. smiling and patting each other. regardless of the rumbling trucks, the excited, hurrying students. and the noisy locomotives. lliith such scenes as these. the first annual Home-Coming was ushered in on October 14 and 15. "Cp from the meadows rich with corn," from the villages, towns, cities, states-from everywhere-the Illini of old came trooping into Champaign and Urbana. How their faces beamed with pleasure to be once more in the midst of old-time scenes and friends! Only with much effort and a high regard for the dig- nity of age and position could they sup- press an "Oskee-wow-wow.'' The undergraduates added to the enthu- siasm of the occasion with their welcomes. their bubbling spirits, and their unrestrained shouts of joy. From the moment trains arrived there was some form of entertainment intended to renew youthful pleasures and to show the alumni the meaning of Illinois good fellowship. ALONG GREEN STREET lt is safe to say that the event which pleased most and which will remain longest in the memory of all Illini was the football victory over Chicago. Our beloved opponents from the lake city-our conquerors for nine sue- cessive years-were forced to yield the trophy to Captain Butzer's heroes. Following the Alumni-Varsity baseball game on Friday, the freshmen defeated the sophomores in the annual class scrap. Wiith the gigantic mass-meeting before the Chicago game, the class reunions, the initia- tions and banquets. and the interclass track meet, the first annual Home-Coming was the grandestsuccess thelvniversityhas ever known. CO'OP CORNER ILLINOIS CENTRAL Srariox I I 33 1 I 34 2 :00 p. ibnmwluming rngram Friday, October 14, 1910 m. Baseball Game. 1910 Varsity 1000-per cent Team versus Alumni All-Star Team. Score 6 to 3 in favor of 1910 Varsity. 3:00 p. m. Parade of the Senior Hobo Band, R. Jordan, Leader. 3:-15 p. m. Pushball Contest. Sophomores versus Freshmen. Score 15 to 0 in favor of Freshmen. 6:30 p. m. Band Reunion and Concert. Illinois Field. 6:-15 p. m. hlass Nleeting. Illinois Field. S:00 p. m. Reunions, Initiations and Banquets. I Saturday, October 15, 1910 S200 a. m. Inspection of University Buildings. 9:00 a. m. Annual Interclass Track lVIeet. YVon by Freshmen. 2:30 p. m. Football Game. Illinois versus Chicago. Score 3 to 0 infavoroflllinois. 7:00 p. m. Celebration of the Victory. Illinois Field. I Home-Coming Committees W. ELMER EKBLANV, General Chairman Program Committee Advertising Committee C. C. IVILLMORE L. A. ZEARING F. E. BAER J. P. BENsoN C. J. LEVEY E. G. BRANDS Accommodations Committee R. C. ScoTT XV. A. NICKNIGHT E. O. KoRsMo R. A. IVALKER J. K. BURNS E. B. BL.x1sDELL J. V. STEVENSON Finance Committee M. T. HARMON C. IV. FULLERTON E. A. IYHITE Souvenir Committee Enthusiasm Committee W, H, NVEBER R, P, GATES D. R. PALMQUIST F. H. IYYMEYER A. L. H.-XLL XY. H. IVEBER ARRIVAL or CHICAGO BAND AND RooTERs 35 Thirty-Ninth Annual Commencement June 12 to 15, 1910 Baccalaureate Day Sunday, .lune 12 Baccalaureate Sermon .,,.1,..,....,.......,,,...... Auditorium, -1:00 p. m. REV. ll. S. PLUMER BRYAN, Church of the Covenant. Chicago Class Day Monday, June 13 Dedication of Memorial Lrn ....,..,..,. .. .... lllinois Field, 9:00 a. m. Class Day Exercises .,.,,,,.,..........,... ,,.,... . Auditorium, 9:30 a. rn. Klilitary Band Concert. . . . ,.,.. . . . Campus Lawn, 1:30 p. m. Address before Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi Societiesuhlorrow Hall, 3:00 p. m. DR. ABRAA1 llf HARR1s, President of Northwestern University Senior Ball ......, ,. .,.,............,...,....,,..,.. Armory, 8:00 p. m. Alumni Day Tuesday, June 14 Ceneral Alumni Reunion .... .. .,.... Y. Xl. C. A. Auditorium, 9:30 a. m. Alumni Business Meeting., ..... Y. Xl. C. A. Auditorium, 10:00 a. m. Alumni Dinnerf ,,,.,1. ...., ll'oman's Building, 12:30 p. n1. Presidents Reception ....,...........,...,..... . .Auditorium, 8:00 p. m. Commencement Day YVednesday, June 15 Senior Breakfast ....,....,.........,.......,1... Campus Lawn, 8:00 a. m. Commencement lixercises ....,......,........,...... Auditorium, 10:00 a. m. DR. EDMUND bl. JAMES, President of the University Senate Luncheon ......,.............,....... ll'oman's Building, 12:30 p. m. DEDICATION or 1910 lX'1EMURI.-XL SENIOR BRE.xKFAs'r 36 I t 1910 nmmenrement l i I . . ot Pl . I , tg 1 'XX' -'v 521:52 -villa? H ig - Q' V"""'? V' W!"lUf'i-F Q QQ' A v g4rJL,y W.-yu 'Qi I f' 1.0 fist? 4 S9231 ri I-1..1f 1 ri?-:gl f..m,L II I I f . 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Throughout its course 1911 has been prominent in class athletics, and many of the best-known athletes in the University are among its members. The names of Lyons, Herrick. Butzer, Rohrer, Bernstein, Graham, Burns, Henry, and the Twists are well known by everyone. ln Oratory, in dramatics. in things of general interest the class has always been well represented. lt was during its career that the Lniyersity became interested in the project of a student union. Later on came the Illinois Lnion comic opera, "The Klaid of the KlOon,"which was managed principally by seniors. The whole class has shown an unusual esprit de corps. which has been clearly strengthened by the practice of requiring that all class ofhcers be nominated in open meeting. Not neglecting its scholarship because of its many outside interests, the class has kept its standard high and its record well toward the top. Thus, as 1911 passes from the campus. it leaves a memory ol loyalty and accomplishment which any class would be proud to claim. Class Officers First Semester Second Semester li. O. KORSMO , President . . F. H. XTYMEYER D. R. P,-xLMQL'1sT , Yice-President RKTH LLEWELLYN R. Xl. XYOOLEY . Secretary . . , L. Xl. DECKER YY. O. GORDON , , Treasurer . . . sl. L. Ci.-XRDNER C,-xR1.ETON TRIBIBLE Sergeant-at-Arms . li. O. Koizsixio F. xl. FOERSTERLING ln. E. BOON . . xl. P. BENSON . . C. C. litusox . Xliiuaxi GERLACH . li. B. PLETCHER . lint L, KTCTNTYRE E. O. Koizsxio 37 XTEREDITH BTALLORY Football hlgr. Basketball Mgr. Baseball Klgr. Hatchet Qrator Class Orator Poet Class Class Historian Class Prophet 5'1" A? il.-A F --' 2 I T' 1 , F. H. NHIIQYER F. E. L. A. lx. B. J. P. A. L. A. B. C. C. X C.. H. I . W. llll .ll .HIVIIEHETIUHEX - W Cf Senior lass nmmittees KN1S1XXT,Ii5 BAER ZEARI NG PLETCHI12 R BENsoN E XGER D CN HA AI VVILLMORIE HLJBLLZR l,liS'l'E R MAXI-:Y I C BAN XISVI li li C.XRLE'l'ON TRIxIRI.E I, A. SCANLAN il, D. FRAZEE u'Al.'l'ER LANImoR C, N. I W BUTLER lXlYERS Senior Memorial Committee R. bl. JORDAN E. O. KoRSAIo LESTER MAXET' REXFORD NEXX'CLJBIB D. R. PALAIQLIST CARLEToN TRIAIRIE C. C. XYILLMORE Senior Hat Committee S. W. CLEAVE T. A. RENARD Hroo LAYER FRANCES LEIJNARD EVA L. lAlClN'l'YRE Senior Smoker Committee B. B. SHAW S. Cool: F. H. PoNn C. A. PETRY L. S. TRECTHART Senior Ball Committee W. R. CAMP Nl. W. Nl.-XDDEN H. M. THRASHER EVA L. BICIXTYRE RIIRIAM GERLACH lvl.-XRIE SCOTT JESSIE MCHARRY QPHA PLETCHER ELIZABETH BROADDCS CFPHA PLETCHER lxl.-XRIE SCOTT ELIZABETH BROADDCS LoI'ISE A. JAMES C. O. REED C. B. FL'I.LERToN G. W. HERRICK G. F, AYAGNER L. M. DEC'KER A. B. DLNHAM G. H lXlL'lEl.LER C. bl. ROHRIZR Al. K. BURNS F L. SToI'T G. W. HERRlC'K A. W. HOELER C. U. REED E. F. BLARESLEE E. xl. WHEELER R. M. L,-XXGDON Senior Stag Committee lX'lliRl:1DITH lXlALl.IlRY M. E. RUSSELL E. R. lXlATH C. A. PETRY E. C. lX'lC'KINXIE W. C. ANTHONY P. C. SIAIIININI M. C. ALESHIRE Cap and Gown Committee W, H. ALMI' DIARY A. HL'TCHINSoN A. F. LAWRENCE CARLOTTA M. FoRII CECILE lNION'1'GOMERY L. A. GUTTING Invitation Committee IQIMBALL BAXNISIER R. A. WALKER M. R. DORBIITZER R. W. RAY W. H. IDRAKE Senior Breakfast Committee l1Al'LINE T. GRox'ES FLORENCE G. BAXTER H.XRRIET E. GARNETT BELLA S. TI'RR ETHEL GIVINN Class Day Committee L. W. SCOTT HELEN E. BLISS .IESSIE lXlCHARRY F. E. BAER Class Finance Committee D. R. P.-XLMQVIST M. S. NIASON L. H. lXllLE5 38 llll alL,lIlWEllE'2lllV3 ALFRED NALLE ABBOTT Triangle Civil Engineering Saltillo. Mexico WILLIAM ALBERT ALBRECHT Literature and Arts Flanagan, Illinois V Ionian MERLIN CLAY ALESHIRE, CID A Q Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Phenixg Scabbard and Blade: Helmet: Ku Klux: Varsity Track Manager, Q-lj: Illinois Union Council 1335 Regimental Adjutant University Regiment K-U3 Junior Prom Committee C333 Senior Stag Committee HJ, Cadet Hop Committee L47 GEORGE B. ALLEN Mechanical Engineering Roodhouse, Illinois Tau Beta Pig Member A. S, M. E. RAY CLIFFORD ALLEN Literature and Arts Waterman, Illinois WILLIAM HERBERT ALMY Mechanical Engineering Sterling, Illinois Captain University Regiment C453 Assistant in Gym- nasiumg Gymnastic Team: Chairman Cap and Gown Committee 141: Mechanical Engineeiing Society ALBERT WILSON AMES Electrical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Eta Kappa Nu: University Band ARVID ROBERT ANDERSON, T B II Electrical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Eta Kappa Nu CHARLES THOBIAS ANDERSON Electrical Engineering Taylorville, Illinois God must have Zoned tlzefimzkers, he made so many of them 39 Ill .ll .HWEHQIHFQE CLAIR ELLMORE ANDERSON Electrical Engineering Summer Hill, Illinois RUSSELLIA. MCCURDY ANDERSON Acacia Architectural1Engineering Urbana. Illinois WILLIAM CORNELISON ANTHONY Mechanical Engineering Streator. Illinois Senior Stag Committee 143 VERNE LINN APPLEGATE Medicine ' Atlanta. Illinois CHARLES NATHAN ARNOLD Electrical Engineering Galena, Illinois ALPHYLD JOSEPHINE AXELSON A A Literature and Arts C Moline. Illinois FREDERICK EUGENE BAER Literature and Arts Belleville, Illinois Associate Editor Daily Illini C431 Editor 1910 Dope- Sheet C353 1911 Illio Board i3J: Assistant Editor Alumni Quarterly C-U3 Editor-Manager Summer Illini 135 3 Literature and Arts Vice President Illinois Union C455 Class Day Committee Q-133 1910 Home- Coming Committee C43 MRS. BERTHA SALSICI-I BAIRD K A O Library Science Cincinnati, Ohio Alethenaig Library Club FLORENCE BAIRD Literature and Arts Indianola, Illinois Kappa Delta Pig Illiola Gallops around like a short-failed calf in JZHIB-JULIUS GOEBEL JR 40 ff " Ill .ll .HWEUQHEB CHARLOTTE PHELPS BAKER, A X Q Literature and Arts Sullivan, Illinois Alethenai ADA LILLIAN BALDWIN, II B fb Household Science Dixon, Illinois JONAS HAMILTON BALL, Acacia Agriculture Toluca, Illinois BRYANT BANNISTER, A T Mechanical Engineering Kewanee, Illinois Tau Beta Pi, Phenix: Preliminary Honorsg Presi- dent Illinois Union C45: President Y. M. C. A. C453 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 425. 435g University Bowling Team: Class Bowling Team, 1910 Horne-Coming Committee C455 Member A. S. M, E. -IULIAN CLYDE BANNISTER Triangle Civil Engineerin Naperville, Illinois KIMBALL BANNISTER, A T Medicine Kewanee, Illinois Varsity Baseball Squad 625, C353 Class Baseball C353 Class Bowling Team i353 1911 Illio Board C353 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet and Council C455 Chairman Senior Invitation Committee C45 JESSE AUGUST BARLOGA Architecture Pecatonica. Illinois Technograph Board 635, i453 Scarab: Architectural Club ALBERT EDWARD BARRA- DELL, A T A Science Prophetstown, Illinois University Band C35, C453 University Orchestrag Cast of "Maid of the Moon" 4453 Post-Exam Jubilee Committee C45 PERCY LEVI BARTON Civ Engineering Champaign, Illinois Atozd the bee that slung you onceg change seciions, brother ' 41 Ill .ll.lIlWEll.C:'llliF12E7 iii? CYRUS WHITE BASSETT, Ibis Railway Electrical Engineering Chicago, Illinois ' Member A. I. E. E. JOHN BESLER BASSETT, A T A Electrical Engineering Galesburg, Illinois FRANK STANLEY BAUER Mechanical Engineering Champaign, Illinois OTTO ANTON BAUER Architectural Engineering Horton, Kansas FLORENCE GABRIELLE BAXTER KID B Athenean: Class Basketball QZJ. CSD, C431 Y- lvl C- A. Cabinet f4J: Senior Breakfast Committee QD: Mathematics Club CHARLES WESLEY BEALL, EVX Business Alton, Illln0is Ku Klux: Sophomore Cotillion Committee C27 HERBERT CLINTON BECK Civil Engineering Harvard, Illinois Varsity Track C23 BENJAMIN RUDOLPH BELSLEY Acacia Science Peoria. Illinois JOE POPE BENSON, Iris Literature and Arts Herrin, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa: Preliminary Honors: Adelphic: Scribblers' Club: Daily Illini Staff C3J,C4J: Illinois Magazine Board GJ: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C453 Senior Memorial Committee C45 Inst as I am, without one she.-DEAN GREENE 42 ' Hll .Lllilillglllffll FRED STANTON BENTON, Acacia Railway Civil Engineering Forsyth, Illinois JOHN DAVIS BIGGS Law Greenville, Illinois CHARLES DAY BLACK Electrical Engineering Plymouth. Illinois University Gold Medal C235 Member A. I. E. E. ELMER FREDERICK BLAKESLEE cb I' A Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Lockport, Illinois Phenix: Scabbard and Bladeg Helri-iet5 Ku Klux: Preliminary Honorsg Manager Varsity Football Team C435 Class Football C33, C435 Class Baseball C135 C235 Regimental Quartermaster University Regi- ment C435 Senior Ball Committee C43 HELEN EVA BLISS, lil B Literature and Arts Lexington, Mississippi Alethenai5 Daily Illini Staff C435 Y. W. C. A. Cab- inet C335 Woman's in League Advisory Board C335 Class Day Committee C43 WILLIAM NICHOLAS BOLLINGER Loyola Civil Engineering Sycamore, Illinois ELVIN EDWARDS BOON, Ilus Electrical Engineering Chrisman, Illinois Junior Prom Committee C335 Engineering Dance Committee C335 Manager Class Baseball Team C435 Member A. I. E. E. PAVITRA KUMAR BOSE Science Mymensingh, India Cosmopolitan Clubg Chemistry Club5 American Chemical Society LESTER EDWARD BOWER Medicine - Chicago, Illinois Gregory Guildg Chemistry Club He has to face the music.-I-IARDING 43 Qllll .ll .HFUEHQJUF3 ELLA CHRISTINE BRAEUNINGER Literature and Arts Taylorville, Illinois ROSS PRESTON BRALEY, Ilus Railway Electrical Engineering Harvey, Illinois Class Football C413 Class Baseball Q31 EDGAR GREGORY BRANDS Literature and Arts Prairie du Rocher, Illinois Shield and Trident: Athletic Editor Daily Illini C495 Daily Illini Stat? i355 Editor 1910 Dope-Sheet C355 University Band 443 STROTHER AMBROSE BRIGGS, X B Agriculture Miner. Illinois Varsity Soccer 4433 Varsity Basketball Squad 125: Class Basketball C3Dg Agricultural Club ELIZABETH MINERVA BROADDUS K A O Literature and Arts Magnolia, Illinois Yo Mag Women's Athletic Association ELIZABETH ANNIE BROOK Literature and Arts Stronghurst, Illinois Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet C213 Classical Clubg E1 Circulo Espanol RAYMOND WENTWORTH BROOK S Civil Engineering Urbana, Illinois Preliminary Honors, Civil Engineers' Club: East- erners' Club ELLA STEWART BROWN, 'IJ B Literature and Arts Rushville, Nebraska Class Basketball 139, C433 Y. W, C. A. Second Cab- inetg Classical Club, Der Deutsche Verein HUGH ALEXANDER BROWN Electrical Engineering Urbana, Illinois Electrical Engineering Society: Member A. I. E. E, I pray thee, dd not call me ''wishy-washy''.-PEGGY DOUGLAS 44 is un ,LHIDEUEIHEE 413 RALPH EDGAR BROWN Ceramics Hillsboro, Illinois American Ceramic Society LEWIS ALLEN BRUBAKER, fb K IF Architecture Indianapolis, Indiana Architectural Club ARTHUR WARD BUCKINGHAM Triangle Civil Engineering St. Louis, Missouri Class Basketball C33 CHARLES A. DE KRAFFT BUNTING Mechanical Engineering 4 Quincy, Illinois JOE KOSSUTH BURNS Electrical Engineering Greenview, Illinois Phenix: Varsity Track C23, C33. C433 Freshman Var- sity Track C133 Class Basketball C233 Class Presi- dent C23g Senior Ball Committee C43: Electrical Engineering Societyg Member A. I. E. E. RUTH MITCHELL BURNS Literature and Arts Macomb, Illinois Phi Beta Kappag Kappa Delta Pig Phi Delta !Psig Preliminary Honorsg Illiola EARL KELLIS BURTON, Triangle Civil Engineering 'Cl-iampaign, Illinois LAURENCE VREELAND BURTON Chemical Engineering Aurora, Illinois Phi Lambda Upsilong Captain University Regi- ment C43g Chemistry Clubg American Chemical Society CRILLIS NEWTON BUTLER Science Chicago, Illinois Manager Class Football Team C333 Illinois Union Council C333 Secretary Illinois Union C431 Junior Prom Committee C33g Chairman Senior Ball Com- mittee C43 For every why he has a 7UlI6f6f076.-'HALLIDAI' 45 """CS73Hll .ll .lllVllEllFlIli:l c 1 HOWARD MONREAU BUTTERS , Mechanical Engineering Chicago. Illinois , Member A. S. M. E. BRICE JOHN CALDWELL Electrical Engineering Champaign, Illinois CHARLES EDWIN CALDWELL, JR. B 9 H Science Chicago. Illinois Ku Klux WILL CARLETON CALDWELL, II O Architectural Engineering LaGrange, Illinois Tau Beta Pi FLOY E. CALEY Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois 1 MARY CLELLAH CALEY 1 Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois l l WILLARD RUSSELL CAMP, II G3 i Literature and Arts Bement, Illinois l Phenix, Scabbard and Blade, Captain Battery. University Regiment 145, University Glee Club C453 junior Prom Committee 131: Senior Ball Committee C433 Orange and Blue Dancing Club FERMOR SPENCER CANNON Architecture ' Indianapolis, Indiana Engineering Dance Committee C355 Architectural Club LADESLAV VACLAV CAPEK ' Electrical Engineering Chicago, Illinois The empty vessel makes the Ioudesl sound.-DILLON 46 I ff' 1QHll.ll.lllWEUE5lllE:l CHARLES ALGOT CARLSON Mechanical Engineering Chicago, Illinois PAUL CARLSON, Triangle Civil Engineering Lindsborg, Kansas HARRY YOUNG CARSON Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Danville, Illinois Manager Varsity Soccer Team C415 Cosmopolitan Club ' GRACE CHALLAND Science Shabbona, Illinois CHESTER RAY CHAMBERS Agriculture Pierson Station. Illinois PHILENA CLARKE Literature and Arts Noblesville, Indiana SCOTT WILLIAM CLEAVE, Acacia Agriculture Ottawa, Illinois Alpha Gamma Rhog Shield and Trident CHARLES CARROLL COBB, JR. T B II Mechanical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Technograph Board C453 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1433 Mechanical Engineering Society: Member A. S, M. E. GEORGE OWEN COGSWELL B O II Architectural Engineering Champaign, Illinois Scabbard and Bladeg Captain University Regi- i ment 145g Architectural Club Stzjf as a dress-shirtfbosom.-NYMEYER, Z lla 47 Illl1lLlllilEllQlllVl ROBERT COMAN COGSWELL B O l'I Architectural Engineering Champaign. Illinois University Band 423, LSI. Cilbp Architectural Club SAMUEL SAMPSON COOK, CIW K T Railway Civil Engineering Clinton. Iowa Class Baseball C353 Cadet Hop Committee C253 Senior Smoker Committee 443: Varsity Dancing Club MARK AMENT COOPER, T A Agriculture Farmingdale, Illinois Alpha Gamma Rho: Varsity Baseball Squad Q33 Class Baseball C35 MARTIN FRANCIS CONNELLY Triangle Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois EVA RETTA CRANE Literature and Arts Rantoul, Illinois CLAY EVERETT CRAPNELL, 1? E K Agriculture Champaign, Illinois University Glee Club 137, HJ JAMES WASHINGTON CRESS, E H Agriculture Hillsboro, Illinois Agricultural Club PRESTON INIRUIXI CUMMINGS Mechanical Engineering Buda, Illinois PETER DALENBERG Architectural Engineering South Holland, Illinois A symphony in gray.-FRANK W. SCOTT 48 lil .lL.lllilEllQH5:fl Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois RALPH ARNOLD Architecture Carbondale. Illinois LEON MORTON DECKER. A K E Business , Milwaukee, Wisconsin Phenix: Yoxan: Manager Varsity Baseball Team C-U3 Class Baseball CD3 Cast of "Maid of the Moon" C453 Class Secretary Clk, C431 junior Cap Committee C3l: Senior Ball Committee C43 EMNIA ETHEL DEWITT, A O YI Household Science Broadlands, Illinois Illiolax Household Science Club GRACE ELLA DEXTER Literature and Arts Urbana. Illinois Kappa Delta Pg Atlnenean ROSCOE CLARKE DILLAVOU Literature and Arts Champaign, Ilinois Freshman-Sophomore Debating Team C255 Com- mercial Clubg john Marshall Law Club IRA BURTON DOLE Mechanical Engineering Manteno, Illinois Gregory Guildg Member A. S. M. E. MAX ROBERT DORMITZER, A E fb Electrical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Senior Invitation Committee C43 NOAH MATHENY DIXON, 'IU K ll? Business Springfield, Illinois Yoxang Helmet He has the mmczng slep of a spring chicken treading on eggs.-C N BUTLER 49 f XQHH .ll ,UIUIEHEIIIH ETHEL LEILA DOUGLAS, H B dw Literature and Arts Chicago, Illinois ELMO SAMUEL DRAKE, E II Business Stonington, Illinois Delta Kappa Chig Varsity Track 131, C45 WALDO HIRAM DRAKE, E II Business Stonington, Illinois Delta Kappa Chi, Varsity Track 135, Q-433 Freshman Varsity Track 123, Senior Invitation Committee My BEATRICE LILLIAN DREW, K K I' Literature and Arts Chicago, Illinois Kappa Delta Pig Scribblers' Club: French Club ETHEL REYNOLDS DRUMMOND Literature and Arts Chicago, Illinois BERTHA CATHERINE DUERKOP Literature and Arts Sutter, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa: Der Deutsche Vereing Illinois State Normal University Club. ARTHUR BARRETT DUNHAM T B II Architecture LaSalle, Illinois Preliminary Honorsg 1911 Illio Board 433, Senior Memorial Committee 143, Senior Ball Committee 1453 Scarab ANDREW MELVIN DUNLAP Electrical Engineering Aledo, Illinois Electrical Engineering Society ERNEST ALBERT DUNLAP Electrical Engineering Aledo, Illinois Class Baseball Q35 Clearing house for University gossip.-ANY FILATERNITY HOUSE 50 ff XQHII .ll .HVUEUQIUFCQ gf ROBERT MURATT DUNLAP Civil Engineering Urbana, Illinois WILLIAM BENJAMIN DUNNING Triangle Civil Engineering Aurora, Illinois NIATI LAL DUTT Mechanical Engineering Calcutta, India Cosmopolitan Clubg Member A. S. NI. E. JOHN WILLIAM ECK Science Urbana, Illinois GEORGE CHRISTIAN EDLER Agriculture LaGrange, Illinois Alpha Zetag Class Basketball 435, Hjg Agricultural Club WILLARD CLARK EELLS, Triangle Civil Engineering Mazon. Illinois Tau Beta Pig Preliminary Honors BESS HAMILTON EIKER, K K II Literature and Arts Sparta, Illinois CHARLES COURTNEY ELLISON Law Alton, Illinois Delta Sigma Rhog Adelphia: Class Football i513 Varsity Debating Teams ill, QZJ, 1353 Manager Star Lecture Course 1435 Class Orator C553 john Marshall Law Club ARTHUR LUDVIG ENGER, Triangle Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Decorah, Iowa Tau Beta Pig Scabbard and Bladeg Preliminary Hon- ors: Captain University Regiment 0133 Techno- graph Board C333 Crystal Dancing Club "The Last REf1lg?.,,'OSBORNE I'I.-XLL. 51 ff' Q-Qlll .ll .HUEHQHH l l ABRAHAM SOLOMON EPSTEIN l Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois HARRIET CLAIRE ERLBACHER E K Literature and Arts Morris, Illinois LAURENCE TURNER FAIRHALL Chemistry Danville. Illinois Alpha Chi Sigma: Chemistry Club: American Chemical Societyg Le Cercle Francais WILLIAM ALEXANDER FAISON K E Railway Mechanical Engineering Goldsboro. N. C. GUY DORR FAULKNER Civil Engineering Horne-ll, New York JAMES PHILLIPS FELLOWS Agriculture Kankakee, Illinois Captain University Regiment C45 CHARLES WILLIAM FENDER Science Westie-ld, Illinois CHARLES FRANCIS FERRIS Agriculture Danville, Illinois Alpha Zetap Preliminary Honors FORREST ADDISON FISHER Agriculture Greenup, Illinois Alpha Zetag Agricultural1Club The saddest 'words from jirst to last So often are, "I might have passed." 52 F HH 1lLHlillEllQlll?3 WARD HERBERT FISHER, 111 K W' Architectural Engineering Fortville. Indiana Architectural Club: Scarab ROSE GRAHAME FLEMING Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois Phi Beta Kappag Phi Delta Psi: Illiola ELIZABETH BLAIR FLETCHER Literature and Arts Bunker Hill, Illinois Preliminary Honors FRED JOHN FOERSTERLING Electrical Engineering Dwight, Illinois Eta Kappa Nug Preliminary Honors, Manager Class Football Team C4Jg Chairman Engineering Dance Committee CSM Onyx Dancing Club LAWRENCE EARL FOGLESONG A K E Agriculture Moscow, Idaho Alpha Gamma Rho: Business Manager Illinois Agri- culturist C3J: Illinois Agriculturist Staff C413 Univer- sity Glee Club C433 Agricultural Club, Horticul- tural Club JOHN WARNER FOLEY Electrical Engineering Clinton, Illinois Preliminary Honors CARLOTTA MARKS FORD Science Geneva, Illinois Kochov, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C435 Cap and Gown Committee C453 Household Science Club BERNICE FORD Science Rockford, Illinois LEROY STEWART FOLTZ Electrical Engineering Fowler, Illinois Electrical Engineering Society I don t think lhzrly is too old for a girl to marry, do y0u?"-GERT SMITH Y 0 53 WILLIAM KENNETH GALEENER - .,.. . ,5.t.. 4 .: . A, ,,5::5g-,.:X.p.gq .,.. . ,:,,:.-0.5 . - is-EQZ' " -in Q 1, ' ' 1 figs' ' x V x 4 x X t. N . .5.f-.ES , ' ' -.-:zur . 0 ., T . .75 531534 N - :-, E .v,J,.-:Iv'k:.- N X 'css-S: .. , fs f '- :1-rr-:Q .- 4 , , xc- - . ,:-. - 255:-:5:, yr, :Q gqrcq, :rqg1xr:1::. ',:f :L e -:Stgikezt "H L S 'f f ':E: :V RI:-Wifi' ' - , A vi' 1 -: WK'-E:?.". -. '51 'iii :VSA if.--.1519 N5--SCF-1 . . rr -1534:-1-38 -1-'QM-1: - ' ' , . avert 523255, -3353 , xx N xr., 4 CN- 'CX X2 f' Q. ' , '-L, 'EESEQK . l assi AWK 9 xx ix A' ' xx xx. 13.1.1 ,..:,, , Q.: x 5 Z SQX"iNt Ki X ,N 5. N X v it me fi ' is S " N X . Q W X Q ms X x, A T X X S XXX. it-A A-E, ':-3 X -. -A ,Nts K ggtlgg? 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Cabinet C433 Illinois Agriculturist Staff 135, 1453 Egyptian Club: Agricultural Club JAMES LEWIS GARDNER Agriculture Aurora, Illinois Alpha Zeta: Preliminary Honors, Class Treasurer C-UQ Agricultural Club ' hand room, you must 1l7l700fUZ6ll10llSF.'-EVANS, fI1 K E 1 54 P llll .ll lllV'lEllUlllE9 HARRIET ELIZABETH GARNETT A X .Q Household Science Plymouth, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa FRANK WILLIAM GARRETT Agriculture Momence, Illinois Gregory Guild EARL GARVER Agriculture Rockford , Illinois Illinois Agriculturist Stat? 133. Gly Chairman Ag Round-Up Committee UD. Q-ll ' IVALOO GENUNG Household Science Rantoul, Illinois Household Science Club IVIIRIAIVI GERLACH, 411 B Literature and Arts Doniphan, Missouri Phi Delta Psig Alethenai: Scribblers' Clubg Editor Illinois Magazine C433 Illinois Magazine Board 227, QSM 1911 Illio Board LSJQ Daily Illini Staff Cijq Sec- retary Womans League C235 Junior Cap Committee i375 Senior Memorial Committee Oil: Class Poet I-lj NELLE MAGRUDER GLEASON K A GJ Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois Alethenai: Vice-President Vl'oman's League 133: Y, W. C. A. Cabinet Q-Hg Daily Illini Stall Q37 LEONARD WOOD GLOVER Literature and Arts Urbana, Illinois Aleph Kaph MARIE GOEBEL Literature and Arts Urbana, Illinois ' Phi Delta Psi: Alethenaig Scribblers' Club WILLIS OWEN GORDON Chemistry Paris. Illinois Alpha Chi Sigmag Class Treasurer C-IJ: Chemistry Clubg American Chemical Society Quantity, not quality.-SIGMA Cr-ri FRESHMEB 55 """Ci'-Qilil .ll .UVWIEHEIHEEP EDWARDS DOREMUS GORHAM Science Champaign, Illinois Commercial Club, Chemistry Club PAUL JOHN GRAHAM, X B Literature and Arts Aledo, Illinois Shield and Trident: Varsity Track 125, 131, 1431 Freshman Varsity Track 117 CHARLES WARREN GRAINGER fb K E Civil Engineerin Chicago, Illinois CARL RAYMOND GRAY, JR., E A E Railway Administration St. Louis, Missouri FRANK BROWNFIELD GRAY Architecture St. Charles, Illinois Architectural Club: Scarab FRED JAY GRAY Electrical Engineering Ottawa, Illinois LOGAN GLASGOW GRIFFITH Law Pena, Illinois MARION WILLIAM GRIGSBY Civil Engineering Champaign, Illinois Civil Engineers' Club OWEN EUGENE GRIGSBY Electrical Engineering Champaign, Illinois Chess Trophy 123: Chess and Checker Club G A double race-PEGGY DOUGLAS AND MARIE CLINE The g0DI1HANS WAGNER! 56 f' iillll .ll .HWEHQHQ CHESTER HAYWARD GROVE Electrical Engineering Ottawa, Illinois Junior Cap Committee 133 PAULINE TRABUE GROVES Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois Kappa Delta Pig Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C433 Chairman Senior Breakfast Committee 14 5 LAURENCE RICHARD GULLEY T B H Electrical Engineering .Urbana, Illinois Eta Kappa Nug Preliminary Honorsg Final Honors fClass of 19105 ALFRED JOSEPH GUNDERSON A K E Agriculture Chicago, Illinois Alpha Gamma Rhog Varsity Track QSD, 0135 Fresh- man Varsity Track Kljg Horticultural Club LEO ARTHUR GUTTING Electrical Engineering Ottawa, Illinois Cap and Gown Committee Q-ij: Member A. I. E. E. ETHEL GWINN, A I' Literature and Arts Urbana, Illinois Yo Mag Senior Breakfast Committee C43 JOHN GEORGE HAEFFNER, T B II Civil Engineering Oak Park, Illinois FREDERICK ARTHUR HAGEDORN i T B II Mechanical Engineering Rock Island, Illinois Preliminary Honors ' EDWIN S. HAMILTON Science Kankakee, Illinois Chemistry Club He utters all he thinks with violence.-F. B. LEONARD 57 HH .ll .HIWEUEOIHEZIEF LOUIS ARTHUR PETER HARMS Science Dolton, Illinois LEILA DOROTHY HARRIS Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois WAYNE FLOYD HARSHMAN, T A Electrical Engineering Griggsville, Illinois Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu: Preliminary I-Ionors1 College Dancing Club WILLIAM EDWARD HART Agriculture Brighton. Illinois Alpha Zeta: Lieutenant Battery, University Reg- ment 143: Cosmopolitan Club WILLIAM MAER HASBERG 'Mechanical Engineering Chicago. Illinois EDITH IRENE HATCH Science Richmond, Illinois Phi Delta Psig Atheneang Preliminary Honors, Class Basketball f3J RALPH SNYDER HATCH Electrical Engineering Elgin. Illinois Member A. I. E. E. ELMER FRANKLIN HEATER Electrical Engineering Champaign, Illinois Eta Kappa Nng Captain University Regiment C43 HENRY RICHARDSON HELMLE Architecture Springfield, Illinois i Preliminary Honors: Major University Regiment Mig Scarab ' A gingerbread castle erected on a bluff.-NEW PHI GAM HOUSE 58 ' 1 UU .ll-.HlLUEilQlUH CHRISTIAN NICHOLAS HEMSEN Law Mansfield, Illinois CECIL DOUGLAS HENRY Electrical Engineering Danville, Illinois Varsity Polo CLZJ, C3b. C433 Captain C4l ERNEST ARTHUR I-IERRCKE, T B II Mechanical Engineering LaSalle. Illinois Preliminary Honors: Major University Regiment C453 Member A. S. M. E. G. WIRT HERRICK, E X Literature and Arts Farmer City, Illinois Phi Delta Phi: Shield and Trident, Yoxan, Varsity Track CZJ, C3J, C453 Freshman Varsity Track Cljg Senior Smoker Committee C431 Senior Ball Com- mittee C45 WILLIAM ELLSWORTH HICKS Business Hardiriville. Illinois Delta Kappa Chig Scabbard and Bladeg Captain University Regiment C-D HAROLD VATER HILL, E A E Architectural Engineering Indianapolis, Indiana University Glee Club C3D. C4lg University Orches- tra CID, C29 OLGA VERA HOBACKER Literature and Arts Peoria, Illinois ATHERTON WELLS HOBLER, T A Business Batavia, Illinois Class Basketball CZJ, C37, C4Jg Manager Class Base- ball Team C3bg Class Football C3J, C473 Senior Hat Committee C495 Senior Ball Committee C45 MARY MORTON HOPKINS Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois Like unto afrog.-IKE DIXON. 59 llll .ll .HDIEHWUHEF , LEONARD WOODS HORR, A E fb Mechanical Engineering LaGrange, Illinois ' Sophomore Emblem Committee C23 ANTON EDWARD HORST, Iris Mechanical Engineering Rock Island, Illinois Class Football 4315 Mechanical Engineering Societyg Der Deutsche Verein HARVEY WILLIAM HOWE Electrical Engineering Chicago, Illinois LUCY FRANCES HOY Literature and Arts Urbana. Illinois JAMES ORTON HUFF Literature and Arts Urbana. Illinois Kappa Delta Pi WALKER FRANCIS HULL Law Urbana, Illinois Theta Kappa Nug Preliminary Honorsg Varsity Football 127, QSJ, 1451 Freshman Varsity Football C13 CARROLL SOWLES HUNTINGTON Acacia Mechanical Engineering Onawa, Iowa MARY ANNE HUTCHINSON Science Capron. Illinois I Cap and Gown Committee C41 HUGH ANTHONY IMLAY, E II Agriculture Zanesville, Ohio Architectural Club All right in lheir way, but they weigh Zoo much.-DELTA UPSILONS 60 llll .ll .lllV:llEllCTllliD3Ef JAY LAWRENCE IRWIN 1 Civil Engineering Ottawa, Illinois RALPH NATHANIEL JACKSON Electrical Engineering Aurora, Illinois SEYMOUR ALEXANDER JACOBSON . Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Preliminary Honors LOUISE ANN JAIN-IES, E K Literature and Arts Amboy, Illinois Daily Illini Stal? Q35 IVIARTHA GERTRUDE JAMISON Library Science Monmouth, Illinois Phi Delta Psi EDWARD MIRON JASPER Electrical Engineering Newton. Illinois ELMER LEROY JOHNSON Electrical Engineering Aurora. 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HELEN MARGARET JORDAN, K A O Household Science St. Joseph, Michigan RAYMOND HARRISON JONES Architecture St. Joseph, Illinois HOWARD WILLIAIVI KAAR Civil Engineering Princeton, Illinois ROBERT JAMES JORDAN, O A X Literature and Arts Minneapolis, Minnesota Shield and Trident: Yoxan: Ku Klux: Business Mana- ger Daily Illini 145: Assistant Business Manager Daily Illini LID: Roast Editor 1911 Illio KID: Junior Prom Committee KSJ: Cadet Hop Committee 123: Senior Memorial Committee C-Ll ANDREW SOREN KARKOVV Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Captain Varsity Soccer Team KSU. C-ll: Class Base- ball Qlbg Captain University Regiment C491 Scandi- navian Club: Civil Engineers' Club OLIVER KAMM Chemistry Highland, Illinois JOHN KARMAZIN Mechanical Engineering Prague, Bohemia Member A. S. M. E. EDWARD RAYLOR KENT, IP' I' Architectural Engineering ' Montclair, New Jersey PERCY ELMER KARRAKER Agriculture Don gola, Illinois Alpha Zeta Manhood fused with fenzinine grave.-Jo1-IN SELLARDS, V Y 62 7 sf' Hll ,ll .lllUlEllElllFlEf BERTHOLD LOGAN KEOWN Railway Mechanical Engineering Centralia. Illinois Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1433 Member A. S. M, E. MORRIS WILBUR KERCHNER Agriculture Walnut, Illinois Gregory Guild: Agricultural Club HENRY PEARSON KETTRON Civil Engineering Macomb, Illinois LOUESA JANE KEYS Household Science Normal, Illinois Household Science Club EDUARD AUGUST T. KIRCHER Literature and Arts Chicago, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa: Lieutenant University Regiment C45 PAUL KIRCHER, Triangle Science Cl1iCagO, Illinois Lieutenant University Regiment 445 DONALD DEE KIRK, Acacia Business Carbondale, Illinois University Bandg University Orchestrag Egyptian Club ROBERT JUDSON KIRKPATRICK Mechanical Engineering Benton Illinois Egyptian Club WILLIAM JULIUS KLEIN Architecture Cincinnati, Ohio Technograph Board: Architectural Clubg Ivrim "Be sure and put 'Chairman' after my name."-C, N. BUTLER TO YE EDITOR 63 un .n.urieuso1uaeA MABEL KNIGHT Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa: Alethenai: Y. W. C. A. First Cabi- net 133. MJ: Vice-President Womans League C47 FLORA MARIE KOCH Literature and Arts jacksonville, Illinois DOUGLAS STANLEY KNAUSS Mechanical Engineering Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Mechanical Engineering Societyg Member A. S. M. E. CHARLES HARRISON KNOWLES Acacia Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Preliminary Honorsg Daily Illini Staff 431, f-13: Chairman Senior Memorial Committee K-ll: Junior Smoker Committee 631: Cosmopolitan Clubg Civil Engineers' Club EDWARD OSWALD KORSMO Triangle Civil Engineering Elgin. Illinois Shield and Trident: Preliminary Honorsg Class Pres- ident f4lg Senior Memorial Committee 1-lj DANA WALTER KREIDLER Mechanical Engineering Hornell, New York Engineering Dance Committee K3JQ Mechanical Engi- neering Societyg Member A. S. M. E.: Easterners' Club DAVID REUBEN LAGERSTROM Electrical Engineering Dundee. Illinois WALTER LANDOR, 9 A X Civil Engineering Canton, Ohio Senior Stag Committee C43 ' ROY MONROE LANGDON, Z llf Literature and Arts Chicago. Illinois Senior Ball Committee Q1 Tom, Dick, and Harry."-ALPHA TAU OMEGA G4 I P ' E r"' idllll ,LHEIEHQJHWE SOPHIE LANGE Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois ALBERT FREDERICK LAURENCE Agriculture Paxton, Illinois Alpha Zeta, Cap and Gown Committee C45 CARL JOHN LAUTER Chemical Engineering Quincy, Illinois Phi Lambda Upsilong Preliminary Honors CHARLES WESLEY LAWRENCE Civil Engineering Rantoul, Illinois HUGO LAYER, E A E Architectural Engineering Chicago, Illinois Yoxang Ku Klux: Helmetg Varsity Football C253 Freshman Varsity Football CD5 Senior Hat Com' mittee C4Jg Sophomore Cotillion Committee C25 GEORGE BRATTEN LEAR Business Chicago, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa: Delta Kappa Chiq Preliminary Honors, Daily Illini Staff C3j, C453 Commercial Club OTIS HOIT LEE, X B Agriculture Aledo. Illinois Alpha Gamma Rho: Scabbard and Blade, Captain University Regiment C433 Agricultural Club FRANCES BOSTWICK LEONARD 111 B Literature and Arts Rockford, Illinois Phi Delta Psi, Alethenaig President Woman's League C233 Secretary Y. M. C. A. C355 Women's Athletic Association HAROLD RAYMOND LEONARD Agriculture Woodstock, Illinois Alpha Zeta, Ionian, Agricultural Club Black Hole of Calcutta.-DAILY ILLINI OFFICE 65 HU ill ,lll'VTEllE":'iIlVlEf - CHARLES SAMUEL LESURE Agriculture Olney, Illinois Cosmopolitan Club RICHARD WALTER LEUTWILER Mechanical Engineering Highland, Illinois Preliminary Honors CLARENCE JOHN LEVEY, T B II Mechanical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Phenixg Varsity Basketball Squad C359 Freshman Varsity Basketball CD5 Class Basketball C413 Engi- neering Vice-President Illinois Union C-lj JULIAN H. LEWIS Medicine Cairo, Illinois LUCY ELFA LEWIS, A X Q Literature and Arts Danville, Illinois ' JUNE LINDLEY Literature and Arts Urbana, Illinois Classical Club ARTHUR WILLIAM LINDSTROM Mechanical Engineering Varna, Illinois RUTH LLEWELLYN, K K I' Literature and Arts LaGrange, Illinois Phi Beta Kappag Yo Mag Illiolag Scribblers' Club: Preliminary Honorsg Illinois Magazine Board C413 Class Vice-President l4Jp Womeu's Athletic Associ- ation JAMES HENRY LLOYD, 'Z II Agriculture Girard, Illinois Wonder why Nymeyer hasn't taken any of the Urbana ca-eds to dances since the senior election? 66 f ' lll.,ll.,lllilElQlllFlE EDWARD ROY LUDWIG, T B II Architecture Minneapolis, Minnesota Architectural Club RAYMOND RUDOLPH LUNDAHL Civil Engineering Paxton, Illinois Civil Engineers' Club THOMAS EDWIN LYONS. 'IJ K E Literature and Arts Arcola, Illinois Shield and Trident, Yoxang Varsity Football C33, C435 Freshman Varsity Football C13 PAUL ALFRED MCCASKEY, A K E Business Chicago, Illinois Shield and Triclentg Helmet, Varsity Football Squad C23, C435 Freshman Varsity Football C135 Varsity Water Polo C33, C439 Freshman Varsity Water Polo C133 Class Football C333 Junior Prom Committee C33: Commercial Club ISHMAEL WORTH MCDOWELL, Ilus Electrical Engineering Centralia, Illinois Technograph Board C435 Egyptian Club JESSIE MCHARRY Literature and Arts Rantoul, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi: Atheneang Pre- liminary I-Ionorsg Class Day Committee C43 EVA LYLE MCINTYRE, K K I' Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois Phi Beta Kappag Yo Mag Alethenaig Preliminary Honorsg President Woman's League C435 Daily Illini Staff C335 Class Prophet C433 Senior Memorial Com- mittee C43g Women's Athletic Association EARLE CLARENCE MCKINNIE Electrical Engineering Bloomington, Illinois Eta Kappa Nug University Band C23, C33. C433 Mana- ger C43g Daily Illini Staff C331 Engineering Dance Committee C333 Senior Stag Committee C433 Elec- trical Engineering Society IRWIN ARTHUR MADDEN, A Y Agriculture Freeport, Illinois Class Basketball C433 College Dancing Club He must needs be a 'wise man, he speaks so much of himself DEAN KINLEY 67 rr' QVSHH .ll .lllVllEllEV2llliVil JOSEPH VVARREN MADDEN, A T Literature and Arts I Freeport, Illinois Adelphicg Class Football C35, C455 Class Basketball C35, C455 Senior Ball Committee C45 EUGENE FREDERICK MAIL, K E Civil Engineering Robinson, Illinois MEREDITH MALLORY, T A Medicine Batavia, Illinois Class Basketball C355 Manager Class Basketball Team C455 Chairman Senior Stag Committee C45 RAE IRENE MALONE, X Q Literature and Arts Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Phi Delta Psi ALBAN VVHITFORD MANN Electrical Engineering Elgin, Illinois Eta Kappa Nu' Preliminary Honors: Engineering Dance Committee C35, C455 Electrical Engineering Society MAYNE SEGUINE MASON, T B II Electrical Engineering Buda, Illinois Eta Kappa Nug Preliminary Honors5 Philomatheang University Band C35, C455 Y. M. C. A, Cabinet C455 ClasslFinance Committee C45 EARLE ROBINSON MATH Architectural Engineering Chicago, Illinois Regimental Commissary University Regiment C455 Senior Stag Committee C45 LEE VERNE MATHENY Literature and Arts Cheuoa, Illinois VICTOR ALVIN MATHIS, Acacia Railway Mechanical Engineering Sidney, Illinois University Band C15, C25, C35, C455 University Orches- tra 425, C35, C45 Our rural representatives.-SIGMA ALPHA EPSILOIN 68 Illl1ll.lllVlEllQlllF73E+ JAMES OTIS MATTHEWSON Agriculture DeKalb, Illinois Agricultural Club OLIVE MAY MATTSON Literature and Arts Chicago, Illinois Athenean LEONARD INIAUEL Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois LEO A. MAUTNER Chemical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Chemistry Clubg American Chemical Society t MARTIN ALOYSIUS MELLOY Civil Engineering Libertyville, Illinois CHARLES LESTER MAXEY, 'IP K E Literature and Arts Mti Vernon, Illinois Shield and Trident: Editor Daily Illini 1435 Associ- ate Editor Daily Illini C3Jg Daily Illini Staff C253 Senior Memorial Committee MJ: Senior Hat Com- mittee C4lg Sophomore Stag Committee C253 Egyp- tian Club ARTHUR FRANKLIN MELLEN Chemistry Amboy, Illinois JOHN GEORGE MENCI-I Electrical Engineering Monticello, Illinois Eta Kappa Nug Preliminary Honorsg Electrical Engineering Society LAURENCE HURSH MILES I Business Savanna. Illinois Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Kappa Chig Preliminary Honorsg Class Football 1455 Class Finance Commit- tee C433 Gregory Guildg Commercial Club That hardy perennial.-DUKE SPARKS. 69 Rf' 143W .ll.lIF1lEHFlllFl MARIE MAUD MILLER Literature and Arts Lincoln, Illinois HELEN MARGARET MILLIGAN K K I' Literature and Arts Hinsdale, Illinois Yo Mag Illiolaq Y. W. C, A. Cabinet: Le Cercle Francais GENEVIEVE MOORE Science Urbana, Illinois Kappa Delta Pig Preliminary Honorsg Class Bas- ketball ,MARY REBECCA MOORE Literature and Arts Tolono, Illinois CECILE MONTGOMERY Literature and Arts Urbana. Illinois llliolag W. C. A. Cabinetg Womans League Ad' visory Board C433 Cap and Gown Committee C43 IDA MAE MOON Literature and Arts Lexington, Illinois Kochov . LLOYD MOREY Literature and Arts and Music Urbana, Illinois Preliminary Honors: University Orchestra C433 Agri- cultural Glee Club C435 Opera Club ROGER LEROY MORRISON Railway Civil Engineering Winnetka, Illinois JOSEPH EDWARD MOSIMAN, X B Architecture Morton, Illinois University Band C23, C33, C435 Glee and Mandolin Club C23, C33, C433 Manager Glee and Mandolin Club C43 Sometlzing bought at twice the price, cheap at half the price, and no use at any price. 70 SENIOR MEMORIALS. - i... ........ r' Hll .Il .lllilEllJ5llliR-3V MARY KATHERINE MOURNING Literature and Arts Urbana. Illinois Kappa Delta Pig Illiolag Women's Athletic Associa- tion GUSTAV HENRY MUELLER Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Carlinville, Ill. Phenixg Varsity Water Polo CSD, 145: Class Football C-llg Class Baseball CID, 125, CED. C-D5 Regimental Commissary University Regiment C435 Senior Ball Committee Q45 ARTHUR HIRAM MUNCH Electrical Engineering Joliet, Illinois Electrical Engineering Societyg Member A. I. E. E. JACOB WILLIAM MYERS Literature and Arts Harrisburg, Illinois Kappa Delta Pig Philomatheang Manager Star Lec- ture Course C-D3 Captain University Regiment 145g Senior Ball Committee C-Dy Political Science Club EDNA ELIZABETH NEFF Literature and Arts Petersburg, Illinois ALONZO BEDA NEININGER ' Triangle Civil Engineering Alton. Illinois RALPH LINNIS NELSON, E II Mechanical Engineering Moline. Illinois ELIZABETH NETTLETON Literature and Arts Ashton. Illinois REXFORD NEWCOMB Architectural Engineering Burlington, Kansas Nat much talk but one great sweet silence.-GERTRUDE JAMISON AND HARRY GONNERMAN 71 rf idllll .ll .HWEUQHUEP FRANK ENOCH NEWLIN, KE Law Robinson, Illinois Class Baseball: Sophomore Cotillion Committee C2l GEORGE RITTENHOUSE NIXON E X Business Urbana, Illinois FRED HENRY NYMEYER. Z lI"' Journalism Goshen, Indiana Delta Sigma Rhog Delta Kappa Chi: Phenix, Ku Kluxg Adelphicg Business Manager Illinois Maga- zine QU: Illinois-Iowa Varsity Debating Team 135, Illinois-Ohio Varsity Debating Team i355 Daily Illini Board of Control i453 Class President C453 College Dancing Club FRANCES ROBERTSON OHRUM Science Cairo, Illinois Athenean CLARENCE EUGENE OLMSTEAD Literature and Arts Genoa, Illinois Ionian VINCENTE YLAZAN OROSA Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Bauan. Batangas, Philippines Cosmopolitan Club Civil Engineers' Club: Chess and Checker Club EDNA PEARLE OSBORNE Literature and Arts Belvidere, Illinois HUA CHIN G OU Agriculture Kwangtung, China Agricultural Clubg Chemistry Clubg Commercial Club, Chinese Students' Club, Chinese Agricultural Students' Club MELVERN D. OVERMIER Electrical Engineering Mt. Auburn, Illinois Member A. I. E. E. A bold, bad man.-TOMMY WALTON. 72 rr' ' HllsLHl'IZIlEIlEF1lllF7lEr HAZEL LOUISE OVITZ, II B fb Literature and Arts Mineral Point, Wisconsin Phi Delta Psi DAVID ROY PALMQUIST, X B Electrical Engineering Moline, Illinois Eta Kappa Nu: Phenixg Scabbard and Blade3 Fresh- man Varsity Basketball C153 Class Basketball C453 Vice-President Illinois Union C453 Board of Direc- tors Y. M. C. A. C453 Lieutenant University Regi- ment C3J: Illinois Union Council C353 Daily Illini Staff C353 Class Vice-President C453 1910 Home-Conv ing Committee C453 Senior Memorial Committee C453 Chairman Class Finance Committee C45 ELIZABETH PARRQ K K I' Literature and Arts Urbana, Illinois Alethenaig Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C453 Der Deutsche Verein3 Le Cercle Francais HUGH RICHARD PARTRIDCTE Law Effingham, Illinois Theta Kappa Nu3 Phi Delta Phig Ionian3 Varsity Tennis C353 John Marshall Law Club PIERRE JOSEPH PELOQUIN, Loyola Railway Civil Engineering Woonsocket, Rhode Island Preliminary Honors ERLE SHERMAN PETERSON, A E ff' Mechanical Engineering Crystal Lake, Illinois Scabbard and Blade CHARLES ALOYSIUS PETRY, Loyola Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Freshman Varsity Football C153 Freshman Varsity Basketball C151 Class Football C25, C353 C453 Class Basketball C253 C353 C453 Illinois Union Council C355 Senior Stag Committee C45 CHARLES RUSH PHIPPS Agriculture Urbana, Illinois Agricultural Club ROY ERNEST PICKETT .Architectural Engineering Chicago, Illinois Fozmd-A girl in lhe Academy.-JOHN IVIOORE, 73 K E SQHH .ll .lllf:lEl.GlllHEr BERNHARD HENRY PISTORIUS Loyola Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Tau Beta Pig Preliminary Honors: 1911 Illio Board Q33 THOMAS MERRITT PITTMAN. JR. A T Q Civil Engineering Henderson, North Carolina Tau Beta Pi ERNO BAKER PLETCHER, Iris Literature and Arts Rochester, Indiana Adelphicg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet K-UQ Daily Illini Staff Gil, C435 Class President C355 Class Historian C431 Senior Memorial Committee MJ FRANK HAYWARD POND, JR., A T Q Mechanical Engineeiing Chicago. Illinois Shield and Tridentg Yoxanq Helmetg Freshman Var- sity Baseball Cljg Class Baseball: Class Basketball, Illinois Union Council C353 Senior Smoker Corn' mittee 145 RAY BOYD PONDER Mechanical Engineering Urbana, Illinois University Band 639. Q-435 Mechanical Engineering Society PAUL FRED POPP Mechanical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Member A. S. M. E. ALLAN JULIUS POSTEL Business Mascoutah, Illinois Delta Kappa Chi EMMETT VINCENT POSTON, B O II Science Martinsville, Indiana Shield and Tridentg Varsity Basketball KQJ, 433, C461 Freshman Varsity Basketball CU: Varsity Football Squad C433 Freshman Varsity Football lljg Class Football 121, KSJ ELLEN CATHERWOOD POWEL, CID B Literature and Arts Taylorville, Illinois Athenean Three guesses-what am I?-PHI SIGMA KAPPA 74 is llll .ll .HFUEHQJHFTQE A l l EDWIN ARTHUR RANDALL, H GJ ' i Civil Engineering Cambridge, Illinois l 1 l Tau Beta Pig Scabbard and Blade: Preliminary Hon- ors: Captain University Regiment C45 1 , ROBERT WILLIAM RAY i Electrical Engineering Stonington, Illinois , Eta Kappa Nug Phenixg Manager Varsity Football Team C453 Varsity Track Squad C35g Senior Stag Committee C455 Senior Invitation Committee C45 CHESTER OTIS REED Agriculture Newark, New York Alpha Zeta: Alpha Gamma Rho: Illinois Agricul- turist StaFf C35, C45, Daily Illini Staff C35, C453 Cap- tain University Regiment C45, Senior Smoker Com- mittee C45g Senior Ball Committee C455 Easterners' Clubg Agricultural Club: Member A. S. A. E, ERNA MARIE RELLER, A O II Literature and Arts Beardstown, Illinois Captain Basketball Team C155 Wome-n's Athletic Association, Classical Club, Der Deutsche Verein KATHERINE LOUISE RENICH Literature and Arts Woodstock, Illinois MARY EMMA RENICH Literature and Arts Woodstock, Illinois CHARLES CLYDE RICE Civil Engineering Bone Gap, Illinois I CLARA AGNESS RICKETTS Library Science Champaign, Illinois RAYMOND JEFFERSON ROARK T B II Civil Engineering Richmond, Kentucky Preliminary I-Ionorsg Varsity Gymnastic Team C45 "Speaking afbrewerz'e.r, Mr. Garrett can help us out in this matter."-DR. LITMAN, in Economics 28 75 ll .Il .HVDEUQHW Et ANNA SOPHIE ROGERS Literature and Arts Bushnell, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa CARL JAMES ROHRER, Loyola Agriculture Canton , Illinois Alpha Zetag Alpha Gamma Rho: Phenixg Varsity Track K3l, MJ: Captain Varsity Track Team 143: Freshman Varsity Track C153 Agriculture Vice-Presi- dent Illinois Union f-ljg Junior Cap Committee C333 Senior Ball Committee 441g Spalding Guild, Agri- cultural Club FRANK LOUIS ROMAN Chemical Engineering Lausanne, Switzerland FRED BARNUM ROSENCRANS Civil Engineering Waukegan, Illinois CLAUDE KERLIN ROWLAND Law Martinsville, Illinois HARRISON AUGUST RUEHE, S II Agriculture Waukegan, Illinois Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club , JOHN CLINTON RUNDLES Agriculture Huntertown, Indiana Ionian: Agricultural Club HOMER RUNKEL Chemical Engineering Greenup, Illinois Chemistry Club WILLIAM HENRY RUSKAMP Loyola , Civil Engineering Quincy, Illinois I Tau Beta Pig Preliminary Honors A medzilesome thing that is frequently "darned," but never mended. 76 PAN-HELL Assocuriozfx Lf' QW 1ll.lI:UEllQlllF7lE JOHN TYNDALL RUSSELL, Loyola Architectural Engineering Denver, Colorado LEWIS MELVIN RUSSELL, -'IP K E Business Pana, Illinois Helmet WILLIAM EMMETT RUSSELL Business Decatur. Illinois Senior Stag Committee C45 GEORGE PILLSBURY SAWYER T B II Electrical Engineering Monmouth, Illinois Eta Kappa Nu JACK ADDISON SCANLAN, CID K E Civil Engineering Chicago. Illinois Tau Beta Pig Preliminary Honors: Freshman Varsity Baseball C153 Class Treasurer QD: Senior Smoker Committee C45 EDWARD IGHN SCHELL Civil Engineering Keokuk, Iowa SIMON ANTON SCHICKEDANZ, Iris Mechanical Engineering Chenoa , Illinois GERTRUDE BENDER SCHILL Literature and Arts Chicago, Illinois j HERMAN WILLIAM SCHNOOR, Z 11" I Architecture Dolton, Illinois ' 1 Yoxang College Dancing Club See Butzer shift to the other jaw, And clzaw, and chaw, and chawl 77 Ill .ll .HVlEIlE:'JHfF1l WILLIAM GEORGE SCHOCH Civil Engineering Tower Hill, Illinois ISIDORE MORRIS SCHOLNITZKY Civil Engineering Odessa, Russia FRANCES MARIE SCOTT, fb B Literature and Arts Jacksonville, Illinois Phi Beta Kappag Phi Delta Psig Atheneang President Y. W. C. A. C453 Womens Athletic Association LUCIAN W. SCOTT Literature and Arts Bement, Illinois Adelphicg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C2J, C3J. C433 Y. M. C. A. Board of Directors C313 Student Volunteer Bandg Chairman Class Day Committee C45 JOHN CLINTON SEARLE Literature and Arts Geneseo, Illinois Delta Sigma Rhog Ionian: Illinois-Minnesota Var' sity Debating Team C453 Illinois-Ohio Varsity De- bating Team C4Dg Bryan Essay Prize C255 John Mar- shall Law Clubg Political Science Club EUGENE CHARLES SEIB Electrical Engineering Belleville, Illinois Electrical Engineering Societyg Member A. I. E. E. RUPERT JOHN SERCOMBE Railway Civil Engineering Elgin, Illinois PHILIP RAY SESLER, E X Law Pontiac, Illinois Theta Kappa Nup Phi Delta Phi BENJAMIN BRUCE SHAW, 2 N Railway Civil Engineering Canton, Illinois Helmet Beauty is only skin-deep.-KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 78 ff' QQIHI JLHIEUEHEIUW JUSTIN WINFRED SHRADER, III' I' Literature and Arts Mattoon. Illinois N Cast of "Two Noble Kinsman" 4211 Cast of "The Taming of the Shrew" C353 Cast of Aristophanes' "Clouds" C3l' Cast of "The Obstinate Family" Q45 PAUL CHARLES SIMONINI 1 Mechanical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Freshman Varsity Football ill: Class Football C451 Senior Stag Committee C433 Illinois Crane Associa- tiong Cosmopolitan Club: Spalding Guild: Member I A. S. M. E. SATYASARAN SINHA Agriculture Calcutta, India Agricultural Clubg Horticultural Club WILLIAM BRISTOL SLAUGHTER A T ' ' Mechanical Engineering Berea, Ohio ROBERT LYON SLOSSON Civil Engineering Parlr Ridge, Illinois Preliminary Honors 5 DWIGHT LEOD SIVIITH, T A Electrical Engineering Freeport, Illinois College Dancing Clubg Member A. I. E. E. GERTRUDE CANE SMITH, X Q Household Science Evanston, Illinois ROSE SMITH Science Gibson City, Illinois Alethenai WILLIAM SNODGRASS Literature and Arts Urbana, Illinois Der Deutsche Verein 'He has a lean and hungry look.-PROFESSOR HABERMEYER 79 42? XQHH .ll .UlWEHE7llIE'lEf VERA JESSIE SNOOK Literature and Arts Ottawa, Illinois 1911 Illio Board C355 1912 Illio Board Q01 Classical Club CHARLES HOWARD SNOW Agriculture Bloomington, Illinois Aypha Zetag Agricultural Club MARY MARGARET SPANGLER Literature and Arts Joliet, Illinois RAY CARLYLE SPARKS, 41? A 9 Law Champaign, Illinois Phi Delta Phig Varsity Cheer-leader 135. C431 Fuller Moot Court EDWIN ROLLIN SPENCER Literature and Arts Rushville, Illinois LEWIS WILMER SPENGLER Civil Engineering Roby, Illinois JOHN GRAY SPONSEL, X B Mechanical Engineering Chicago, Illinois President Christian Science Societyg College Dancing Clubg Mechanical Engineering Societyg Member A. S. M. E. CLARK BEEBE STAHL Science Galena, Illinois JOSEPH NATHAN STEINGARD Electrical Engineering Chicagof Illinois Some of the nuts are of the trees.-DELTA TAU DELTA 80 I llll ll .UDIEUQIHWD EDITH ELIZA STEWART Literature and Arts Urbana, Illinois Kappa Delta Pi LEROY STEWART Law Ava, Illinois Theta Kappa Nu: Adelphicg Law Dance Committee 135: John Marshall Law Club MELVILLE BOICOURT STEWART Triangle Mining Engineering Metropolis, Illinois Mining Engineering Society FRANK LEWIS STOUT, X B Agriculture Glenarm, Illinois Alpha Zeta: Alpha Gamma Rho: Phenix: Scabbard and Bladeg Preliminary Honorsg Lieutenant-Colonel University Regiment Q4Jg Business Manager Illinois Agriculturist C353 Illinois Agriculturist Staff QU, CZJ, Senior Ball Committee C415 1910 Home-Coming Committee C435 Agricultural Club LEON EUGENE SUTHERLAND, CIJFA Law I Chillicothe, Missouri Phi Delta Phi PERRY WESTON SWERN Architectural Engineering Chicago, Illinois Scabbard and Bladeg Colonel University Regiment 145 FLORENCE MAE TANNER Literature and Arts Aurora. Illinois HARRY LAWSON TATE Literature and Arts Vandalia, Illinois JULIA FRANCES TEAR Household Science Chicago, Illinois Household Science Club Lwes on the reputation of the reputation he might have made BENSON 81 fr b-Qllll ,ll.lll:1EllJfllIFl l i Helmet i Memorial Committee C45 Triangle mittee C35 ' MYRTLE TROWBRIDGE Class Football C45 l GEORGE WILLIAM TI-IATCHER, K E l Mechanical Engineering River Forest, Illinois JOSEPH NATHANIEL THOREN Civil Engineering Lockport, Illinois HARRY MAXWELL THRASI-IER Literature and Arts Pontiac, Illinois Kappa Delta Pi: Ioniang Preliminary Honorsg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C453 Student Volunteer Bandg Senior SYLVAN MORSE TRAVERS Business Fairview, Illinois LLOYD SIDNEY TREUTHART Civil Engineering Galesburg, Illinois CARLETON TRIMBLE, E A E Business Trimble, Illinois Delta Kappa Chi, Shield and Trident, Business Man- ager 1911 Illio C35 ,Circulation Manager Daily Illini C455 Freshman Swimming Team C155 Chairman Smoker Committee C45g Chairman Junior Cap Com- Literature and Arts Green Valley, Illinois HENRY TRUITT, B O II Agriculture Chillicothe, Illinois Helmet JONATHAN HALL TRUMAN JR. Electrical Engineering Bushnell, Illinois Every goose is a swan, and every lass a queen.-DICK GRAHAM 82 0 fr' XQHILH .HWEHQHFQF KHOO-DIN SU-PEH TSIANG Agriculture Shanghai, China Cosmopolitan Clubg Agricultural Clubg Chinese Stu- dents' Club BELLA SELMA TURK Literature and Arts Litchfield, Illinois Phi Beta Kappa: Illiola: Senior Breakfast Commit- tee C413 Classical Club CLARENCE CICERO TWIST, 119 K 'P' Agriculture Rochester, Illinois Alpha Gamma Rho: Phenixj Yoxang Helmetg Var- sity Baseball QQJ, CSD, C433 Freshman Varisty Base- ball C15 JOHN FRANK TWIST, '11 K 'lf Agriculture Rochester, Illinois Alpha Gamma Rhog Shield and Trirlentg Varsity Football CSD, Q3J, C4Jg Freshman Varsity Football Qljg Illinois Union Council C31 CHARLES VERNON TYLER, Acacia Civil Engineering Plano, Illinois ARTHUR TALLEY VAN CLEVE, II 9 Law Champaign, Illinois Phi Delta Phi: University Glee Club BERT VAN DE GREYN, T B II Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Excelsior Springs, Missouri JAMESON VAN DERVOORT, Triangle Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Tau Beta Pig Preliminary Honors ISABEL M. VANDERVORT Literature and Arts Bloomington, Illinois The secret of making one's self tiresome is not knowing when to stop. 83 XX e 5X Nx CW I ' .. we 'V :Qi naw- vs Ney , -.QE KV xlfx XX xxfi fx rgx A NV. x x xx? 3 x - -fgrgs. .xfiiiif int-. "ffl N .i-1.. l 1 ' :-: :-:ff?':- ,. . .. 1.s,,-'anfrgfqg-.1 '-.-:g.:ygm.q. Fi' ix . .. 1, ,- .. --.-12.-wg,-1-.4.-: ez"-:S X - X- 9 :--f:-,,x.,.x :. .-:NM -. TSG 555.55-,csf . g- 5...-.-egg :.tzg'::2f:f:ra- 'X ...Y .1 W- ...- 3.x X X ,,-xgzgf., .. , , -.w:,..- -as - L-. :-:-: M :fs . ' .walt . 7. x ., -ea, xx - J' fl- -::f.:5?:f1:s -.:fQL. ffl- is s,ff1s41.v :-: . ,2,3.-:-,': X . . , :A Q.- - . . Sr Q. 'f:,:.,.:y ,wa-q-:Q-:::h g:,-At:-sfsqsg2.- i:-.- we - fi -'f 'Q is ' Qiililffiif, fiiisriu ' -: .Nt-Q3"'f1'gq3J-" 1' - 'E 'Q-Q. . q. ' 'iii 251: . , , 3:.3:?Sg1l:. - wg- -4 -:la rrg. , ' ,:.:q::5.v,1g1r .5 :- .,.S-I.. 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W ' ti K E I 1 fm, La--.::.-f.',,:e:a ff-f - :tg -r A..-w -V , ox, . -NICK NOLAN, 2 X. ff XQHH ,ll .lllfllillillffql ELMER HOLMES VAN SCHOICK Ceramic Engineering Bloomington, Illinois Ceramics Society ARTHUR GIBSON VESTAL Science Chicago, Illinois SARAH ADELIA VIAL Household Science LaGrange, Illinois MATHILDA CAROLINE VOSS, X Q Household Science Champaign, Illinois GILBERT F. JOHN WAGNER, K E Law Princeton, Illinois Shield and Tridentg Yoxanp Ku Klux: Freshman Varsity Football Cllg Class Football CBJ, C333 Mana- ger Student Directory Clljg Senior Smoker Commit- tee C-D3 Junior Prom Committee C351 Chairman Law Dance Committee C37g Varsity Dancing Club LESLIE MARION WAKELEY Agriculture Harvard. Illinois Alpha Zetag Preliminary Honorsg Editor Illinois Agriculturist C453 Illinois Agriculturist Staff C393 Philomathean FRANK MILLER WALLACE Ceramic Engineering Chicago Heights, Illinois Alpha Chi Sigma: Ceramics Society ROBERT ALLYN WALKER, Iris Medicine Herrin. Illinois Adelphicg Science Vice7President Illinois Union C4jg Senior Invitation Committee C455 Chemistry Club CHESLEY MATTHEW WALTER fl? A A Law Savanna, Illinois Theta Kappa Nug Delta Sigma Rhop Philomatheanl Illinois-Iowa Varsity Debating Team C311 Illinois- Minnesota Varsity Debating Team C415 Philoma- t'1ean-Adelphic Debate C333 john Marshall Law Club A motley crew.-ZETA PSIS. S4 I "" Illl ,ll .HWEHQHFQD OSCAR WILLIAM R. WANDERER Civil Engineering Oak Park, Illinois Scabbard and Blade, Major University Regiment L-U3 Electrical Engineering Society FRANK ANTHONY WARD, E A E Architectural Decoration Sterling, Illinois University Glee and Mandolin Club C113 123. 131: Architectural Club FREDERICK MARTIN W. WASCHER Agriculture Strasburg, Illinois Alpha Zeta EVART MGNTGOMERY WATKINS Civil Engineering' Normal, Illinois Pushball Contest Committee i255 Sophomore Em- blem Committee L25 LOIS WEBBER Literature and Arts Indianapolis, Indiana CHARLES ELMER WEEKS Electrical Engineering Bloomington, Illinois Eta Kappa Nu, Electrical Engineering Society ORPHA MAY WELLMAN Literature and Arts Champaign, Illinois Phi Beta Kappaq Der Deutsche Vereinp Le Cercle Francais WALTER WILLIAM WENHOLZ, Iris Electrical Engineering Algonquin, Illinois ALBERT FRANK WESTLUND, Ibis Mechanical Engineering Chicago. Illinois Preliminary Honors: Editor Technograph 141: Tech- nograph Board C333 Member A. S. M. E. Could you bait a Beta, or wp a Kappa, or cap a Theta, or fry a noodle? 85 rf' i43Hll .Il .HIEIEUEZ-"SlllFi:lV iii? ARTHUR WAYNE WHEELER Civil Engineering Champaign. Illinois Captain University Regiment EARLE JUDSON WHEELER Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Senior Ball Committee C43 KINGSLEY BARBOUR WHITE, Ilus Civil Engineering Boise, Idaho CLARENCE ARTHUR WHITNALL Mechanical Engineering Peoria, Illinois FRED HORACE WI-IITTUM Chemical Engineering Hersher. Illinois SAMUEL HARRIE WHITTUM Business Hersher, Illinois Delta Kappa Chi CYRUS CRANE WILLMORE, KI? 2 K Law Union Grove, Wisconsin Phi Delta Phig Shield and Trident: President Ath- letic Association C435 Interscholastic Manager C433 Assistant Interscholastic Manager C339 Freshman Varsity Football C133 Class Football C333 Assistant Business Manager 1911 lllio C331 Chairman Senior Hat Committee C435 Senior Memorial Committee C43g Junior Prom Committee C333 Law Dance Com- mittee C33g 1910 Home-Coming Committee C43 CLEMENT BERNARD WISSING 117 K 2 Mechanica1YEngineering Vincennes, Indiana Yoxan ADALINE ELIZABETH WITT Science Kane, Illinois Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet C43 TI-IETAS2 "Mrs. Fawcett says1' 86 I -f AQHHILHUEHQUFAQ ROBERT MAXWELL WOOLEY Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois GEORGE ELLORY WRIGHT Architecture Streator, Illinois Architectural Clubj Scarab JOHN BYRON WRIGHT Science Tallula, Illinois WALTER HEALD WYETH, 'IJ K E Architecture Chicago, Illinois Ku Kluxg Assistant Editor 1911 Illio C317 Architec- tural Clubp Scarab WILLIAM WODIN YAPP Agriculture Urbana, Illinois Alpha Zetaq Adelphicg Varsity Track CBJ, Q95 Var- sity Soccer CBD, C455 Agricultural Club OSWALD KARL YEAGER, 119 A O Architectural Engineering Danville, Illinois CHUAN PONG YIN Business Soochow, China GERTRUDE IRENE YORK 3 Literature and Arts Hammond, Illinois w MATTIE AGNES YORK 1 Medicine Hammond, Illinois Have you ever noticed that all the great comedians are small men?-STUB DECKER 87 A 3' ' IllLll.Ill'L:lEHE.":SlUfFT-3 Really, do you LOUIS ANDREW ZEARING Law Princeton, Illinois Theta Kappa Nu3 Phi Delta Phig Delta Sigma Rhog Shielfl and Tridentg Ionianq Preliminary Honorsg Illinois- Minnesota Varsity Debating Team C453 Law Vice-President Illinois Union C453 Senior Memorial Committee C453 Law Dance Committee C45 LEIGH FRANCIS JOSEPH ZERBEE Triangle Railway Civil Engineering Bellefontaine, Ohio Captain University Regiment C453 Cosmopolitan Club3 Spalding Guildg Civil Engineers' Club JAMES ZETEK Science Urbana, Illinois Captain University Regiment C453 Komenian So- cietyg Cosmopolitan Club THEODORA SARAH ABBOTT, K K I' Literature and Arts Saltillo, Mexico LOUIS STEWART BERNSTEIN Civil Engineering Chicago, Illinois Phenixg Varsity Football 125, C35, C453 Freshman Varsity Football C153 Varsity Basketball C25, C35, C453 Captain C45 THOMAS LYLE BOYS, A K E Ceramics Chicago, Illinois Alpha Chi Sigma EDGAR GEORGE ELLI SON Electrical Engineering Alton, Illinois IVIURVIN TERRY HARMON, CID Il A Agriculture ' Grayville, Illinois Alpha Gamma Rhog Phenixg Yoxan3 Helmet3 Sec- retary Illinois Union C453 Business Manager "Maid of the Moon" C453 1910 Home-Coming Committee C453 Egyptian Club ELEANOR DE MUZEEN HESELTINE Literature and Arts Chicago, Illinois Basketball C25, C35, C453 Women's Athletic Associ- ation think lhal I will ever amount lo anything?- SS CUBBY BAER rf 1f3lll,lLlllEUEllE1Il?2 HERBERT KAY HUMPHREY, T B H Electrical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Eta Kappa Nu, Preliminary Honors, Class Basket- ball 423. 133, C45 JOHNSTON NOBLE LABELLE, fb K E Electrical Engineering Bloomington, Illinois Ku Iiluj HARRY MICHAEL Literature and Arts Chicago, Illinois LLOYD SCHWARTZ Civil Engineering Golden, Illinois Varsity Baseball CSJ, Q45 JESSE RAYMOND WHEATON Architectural Engineering Wheaton, Illinois Architectural Club Our own imitation of Lord Chesterfield.-C. K. S9 W7HlTE .Z , ew- X --,lib " SQQLTK gtxgg :T r' GS?-f ,x W, 2 X -ax--" my Q 1' X4 RJ 5 3 A , 1. ' X K Q 91 1 K' f e 4 ff igvwxw X Fir I. R. F. C. R. bl. C. Wi. l". D. UNIOR St Semester AlERRIlXIAN AICXARY . QUINN CJATES . lAlL'RPHY . Q o I S Junior Class Officers . . President .... . . . Vice-President . . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms . AY. H. l'lL'LL . . l'lOCvtlD2ll Algr. A. B. YAN DEUSEN. Basketball Algr. li. B. BIAISDELI. . Baseball Algr. R. C. AlCLARTY . litlitor 1912 lllio C. O. FISCIIER . Bus.Algr.l9l2lllio Junior Prom Committee H. H. B.xRTI3LLS C. L. SII1oNS sl. J. IDESMOND A. xl. BRADLEY l'. D. AlLTRPHY C. A. PCRCELL Smoker Committee Junior W. H. AAJOOLSTON C. L. Al0RRILL T. F. HANLEY .BAUER Junior Cap Committee C. l. RIEXVLIN H. F. CJLAIR XY. R. AICINTYRE P. T. ROBINSON Senior Memorial Committee O. E. SEILER R. C. AlCL.-XRTY H. H. CRAYVFORD C. E. DELEUW xl. R. AlERRlM.-KN H. lf. FOSTER C. lf. KEITIILEY H. R HEDAIAN R. C. AlClI.-XRTY C. O. FISCIIER C. S. ROBERTS li. A. llICH l'. P. AAYASHBL RN H. H FFOLIXI.-KN F. W. C. Al SULLILIN A. F. RENDALL Nl. S. PARRHURST C. S. ROBERTS A. xl. BRADLEY Al. A. AIONTGOMERY W. H. CLARE R. A. NELSON R. O. BLACK G. HINCHLIFF Al. S. P.-IRKHURST Senior Hat Committee H. HIXX' F. E. BERGER A. M. BlORR1S 92 Second Semester J. Nl. ESTEP :ARTHUR DECHBI.XN P. B. LAUHER C. Ll. ELLIOTT C. K. HEWES 1.31. ESIIQP li. XY. HOWE TIEIOAIAS DUNN C H . . AACARNOCK C. E. HINCIILIFF H. AJANDEVEER C. Y. XYINN R. H. NAU C. E. REDBORG O. E. SEILER C. C. ROBPIRTS DEAAJITT BILLAIAN E. B. BLAISDELL G. E. AAJARREN P. T. ROBINSON C. Al. SULLIVAN R. R. TIIOM.-IS H. F. CLAIR R. C. SCOTT F. W. BAUER H. S. FIELDER fi? HH .Il.HffW1EHPlffW ei? Eluniur Isfs iiaistnrp EHOLD the freshman! He and a thousand like him, of all sorts and con- ditions, countrified or blatant, wandering in hesitant groups down Green or John streets under the September sun, staring vacantly at Greek-lettered doors, admiringly at the Library tower or Auditorium dome, enyiously at hob- nobbing upperclassmen. They are oppressed by the noise and bustle of the school: every vista of the campus is strange and foreign, the Association handbook is their constant companion. At nightfall they immure themselves in their rooming-houses. and stir out no more. Registration passes, and in the class meeting they encounter Clark, in the gymnasium Hana, and on the drill-field the Kfajor. 1Vhen hazing and rushing are oyer, they are finally incorporated into the university, and in earnest of the fact begin to take their cuts, and to call the billiard-hall keepers by their first names. The Class of 1912 entered 1500 strong, perfected a serviceable political organization, and if in initiating the pushball contest as an interclass struggle it went down in defeat, the defeat was a martydom. The class debate brought revenge, and in athletics we at least always got honorable mention. Behold the sophomore! He carries his head higher than any other being on the campus. He is glib of college Cant and slang, he gives girl friends the high handshake: he nicknames the professors: he is debonair, boisterous, patronizing. He affects a dress that would madden the aboriginal savage, he is lavish with the luxuries of life, although the extravagance entails restrictions on the necessities. In its second year the class began auspiciously by winning the pushball contest. lt took the class debate, held a most successful Cotillion, and had three champion athletic teams. Its great men, lagging in nothing, forged into that glorious land where the band plays all day long. Behold the final product! The junior, free from all the eccentricities of the vinderclassznan, not yet troubled by apprehension of the cold world, is at his best. He has learned all the wordly wisdom of his time, and is not oppressed by too much of the bookish variety. The momentum of two years is with him: he is no longer lost in blissful self-contemplation. In this, its third year, the Class of 1912 has held in right worthy style the crowning social event of the year, the Promg has won the football championship, has marshaled its energies toward other athletic events yet to come, andin fitting climax lays this book before its friends. NVith another month, pausing to look about it. in dignity it will gather up its robes for the final year. 93 SOPHO ORES First Semester F. J. X.-XPRSTEK . R. S. XYEBB . F. F. HILFER . XY. R. Al.-XTHENY A - . L. EPSTEIN . 9 a F. J. N.-XPRSTEI' A. D. SAVAGE L. C. BERNARD 1 1913 I Sophomore Class Oflicers . President . . . Vice-President Secretary . , .Treasurer . . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . H. ZXIATTER L. A. IQIMBALL A. S. NEYINS V. H. CARTVVRIGHT N.C.lCE . . Football Algr. . Basketball Klgr. . . Baseball Klgr. Editor 1913 Illio Second Semester H C. . FLETCHER C. E. XVOODS E. A. GIROUX P. N. CHASE A. R. IVENS Bus. Algr. 1913 lllio Sophomore Cotillion Committee P. P. C. GAUGER A. HANDHE OZEQU C. H. FLETCHER YY. LARMER J. BROADHEAD T. HOBSON XV. L. DAY B. S. FISHER F. J. SME-JK.-XL A. R. IVENS P. H. XXL-XRD ZXIOFFETT H. XY. LTNDERHILL Sophomore Stag Committee GEE J. F. CS.-XRRETT ZXICCANDLESS H. I. SUTTON XYOODS C. A. KERIPF H. li. ACKERBURG Sophomore Emblem Committee BOCR C. L. RHYNE PFEEFER EDYVARD WALLACE J. O. lXf11TCHELL 9-1 'PU CUZ WO KELLEY HEATH STEVVART PLOCHMAN LIGHT NEVINS lllaltlllililglllflbw e Snpbumnrz lass lfaisturp ILRILY the ways of the world are strange. Where is the all-wise prophet who, one short year ago, could have predicted the transformation to take place in the Class of 1913? Gone are the short-horn nurslings whoa year ago were so tenderly bathed in the Bone-yard's crystal basin, gone from Tommy's cradle to take their position as guardians of another generation of tow-headed and freclcled-faced youngsters. They were quick to learn. Shinola boots gave way to patentpumps, mutton-tallow to Pompeiian Cream, and tangled locks to Kandy's waves. Even as appearances changed, so did spirit. The hesitancy of the infant was replaced by the vigor of the adult. In all fields of activity our classmen made records for long-distance plunges. Some became Greek followers, only to beat rugs and clean cuspidors on Saturday morningsg some showered La Vogues at the shrine of Fie Fieg and some became knights of the royal order of Pan-Pellmellism A few found recuperation fand that wasn't alll at a RfIahomet health resort. Fisher slipped on ice, but fell easy, and everyone was good natured. Indeed, good nature is one of the characteristics of the Class of 1913, as was evidenced at the sophomore stag and the Cotillion, both huge successes. Rather than mistreat the parental Class of 1912, they allowed them to triumph in the class football series, and pitying the Class of 1911, which had hitherto won no champion- ship at all, permitted them to win in basketball, so that they might have one example of true human kindness always in mind. Characterized, then, by good nature, filled with energy, overcharged with ability, the Class of 1913 has but begun its triumphant career-a career without bounds or end, in which, above all, the idea of Illinois loyalty reigns paramount as the guiding spirit. BEFORE THE BATTLE 95 First Semester MEN 119141 Freshman Class Officers Second Semester O. Y. SEED President . . E. M. RowE W. B. KLXTHEXVS Vice-President I. R. CARTER L. VFINZMANN Secretary . . F. BRITTON H. R. KIRK Treasurer . , BIICHAEL KROSS R. L. SANDERS Sergeant-at-Arms L. K. GILP.-XTRICK 1 t ez. . fiifffi , L Q L. lame . Football Mgr-. E: eq e,r'-- . I. xl. KNL'Dsox , BasketballMgr. Q-353 1 39 ' R. L. L,xNH.xu . Baseball Mgr. f .,.' ' Q . .., A ,gpg t '.., . 3, O. V. SEED E. M, RQWE Pushball Committee l.1is1.1E BYRD T. Xl. HEATH L. CLICK P. lj. -IONES H. P. OUSLEY R. LEvIs A. F. H.xR.xx ox C. F. B1ssELL sl. Cochran li. K.XSP.XR H. P. Tnoxrpsox H. KlORRISSEY C. M. RUNDLLN H. B. H,xRE P. HoF1fm,xNN Freshman Stag Committee W. E. JOHNS R. R. REEs IL. XYEBB D. LAzE.xR M. RowE J. CocHR.xN R. S. CoLToN C. XY XYARRINER R. LEVIS C. D. FISHER lj. G. HERSLIRXN Y. E.-XSINGTON S. B. Mo.xTs C. M. RUNDLES R. XlORRISON Toque Committee J. W. HAXNLEX' J. J. MCCOY B. Cox F. E. BRITTON H. S. STREETER SIG F' i43ll!l.lL!Ili1Ell.QlHFlEr- - freshman Clilass' Ziaisturp SEPTENIBER 10, 1910: "Say, hrlister, will you tell me the way to the Universityf' "Well, I'll be blamed if it isn't one of them confounded, ignorant fresh- men again! Sonny, you better buy a guide-book. I'll tell you this time for nothin'. See that car down there. Well, you get on that car, and tell the conductor where you want to go, and he will put you right." '!Thank you very much." iiAside to friendj "That lad is a gentleman, all right. Say, this bunch of freshmen are a pretty likely looking lot, ain't they. See that fellow there? He looks as though he might be half-way intelligent. I bet they make that sophomore class hump some. I'm goin' to keep a watch on the papers, and see if I ain't right." OCTOBER 16, 1910: "Hello, Bill, have you heard the latest " f'About that pushball game? You bet I have! Say, Jim, I went to see that game. And I sure hollered for 'li Them boys are great. 1Vas you there, Bill?" "Sure thing I was. The boss didn't want me to lay off, but I told him I'd have to see that game if I lost my job. And then, you know, the boss he went too." 6'You don't tell me. I thought he never WCIII to anything like that." "He had never been on Illinois Field before, but you ought to have seen him when the game was over. He was just like a kid. liven went down close where he could get a better look at them freshmen. Then he followed them along Wright Street. And say, Jim, you ought to have heard him tell how the sophs got a freshie and tried to duck him in the Boneyard. But the freshman was a fighter, and put three of them in. The boss sure was tickled over itf' DECERIBER 15, 1910: L'-Iirn, oh, Jim, come here a minute. What do you suppose them freshmen have been up to now?" "I couldn't begin to guess." "Well, you know, the first thing they did was to get up a freshman stag, something that a freshman class ainlt done for I don't know how long. The last time they tried it they had an awful time with the sophs. I remember it right well, 'cause I was sworn in a special cop that night." f'1Vell, they sure are a nervy bunchf, 'Uknd that wasn't all they did. At that stag they decided they would get some of these short stockin, caps to Wear durin, the winter. You see, them little green lids are kind of chilly, and the lads took the sensible notion to keep warm. You see they ain't afraid of showin, their colors. Looks like they're proud of iemf' "Well, I'll be blowedlu f'Yes, sir, them lads do beat anything I ever heard of. Wihat won't they do next! Well see something great from them before they get through." "Yes, you bet! Everybody says they're a pretty good class, and no mistake. You know, I have a hunch that even the sophs think they are all O. K." 97 H 5 -'92 xmgfi ' A R 'E -9 11' 4'?1 uv. f"' 6' ' E5 M542 E 1,111 -fag'-1" 111111- p S' 2 111 of 1 .N .Up F Q iQ fmf. 'QNX X ,- E ,,,.:,?:,.r C W W 4 if? 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T. 99 THE Football GLEN DOLTGLAS BUTZER CHARLES H. BETLING CHESTER C. ROBERTS OTTO EDWIN SEILER CDTTO SPRINGE JOHN RILEY AIERRIMAN CHAUNCEY BRISTOL OLIVER CHESTER C. DILLON CHESTER XYATSON DAVIS WILLIAM H. XYOOLSTON JOHN FRANK TWIST HIXROl.D BAIRD LANUM rl1HOMAS TBDVVIN LYONS LOUIS S. BERNSTEIN CHARLES VVHAM Baseball JOHN W. BUZICK HENRY PENN XVALTER HIXRRX' XVEBER CHARLES lXl. BUNN ROGER GRANT HLTITF RAYMOND ROGERS THOMAS EDVVIN BROWN RIGIITER GLEN DOUGLAS BLTTZER LLOYD SCHVVARTZ ROBERT HARWOOD QUAYLE CLAUDE X AN GUNDX' Track JAMES NYERNEY RICHARDS XYILLIAM SEED REDHED RALPH NICHOLS RICCORD XTARREN ERRETT EAST XYALTER ARTHUR IRVING JORDAN EDXVARD TYEBB BROWN JOE KOSSUTH BURNS OTTO EDWIN SEILER FRANK TDXVYER RIURPIIY GUY LYMAN BIORRILL RAYMOND JONES JAMES 'THOMAS HBXNLEX' JAMES INLING RICIIIE CARL JAMES ROIiRER OTTO SPRINGE LUDLOXY J. XY,-XSHBURN G. XYIRT l'lERRICK HERBERT THYXL LEO PAUL JOI-IN GRAHAM HERBERT CLINTON BECK Basketball LOUIS S. BERNSTEIN HERBERT THAL LEO ALBERT LEANDER HAI,L EMMETT XINCENT POSTON XXILLIAIXI H. XA OOLSTON JAMES GORDON XTHITE Aquatics XVATTS CYRUS CUTTER PAUL A. TXICCASKEY GUSTAV HENRX' TXIUELLER HAROLD B. ANDERSON CECIL DOUGLAS HENRX' LONSDALE GREEN, JR. JOHN EUBANKS GOSSETT Gymnastics EDWARD B. STYLES The smile Ula! zuonlf come oj.-A. J. BRADLEY. 100 ,vo Q V X' U U EQQQ 1' '53 f NW Q: ,,:.A I f 'Qi M 0 1 'iivfgr E lift' f .,7MQx, M IP! " 5 i I - E ' ' all 4 I ,mvigzii 1. X fi 72:4 "Q if fl I Review of 1910 Football Season S EARLY as September 12. candidates appeared for placei on the 1910 football team. The fellows were all anxious to learn how to apply the "expuxgated" rules to actual football. It was not unt l Artie and Lindy began handing out plays on September 19, however, that we realized the possibilities of the new game. Only nine of the eighteen "I" men of the year before were back, and two of these had a little score to settle with the faculty before they could claim eligibility. In the meantime, new men were being developed from the freshman team of the year before, and on October 1, we won the opening game of the season from Millikn University by a score of 13 to 0. By October Sth, the men were better acquainted, knew each other's weak and strong points, and decisively beat Drake University 29 to 0. During the next week the team received the best coaching that the alumni could give. Such men as Gardiner, Cook, Lowenthal, Sinnock, Van Hook and Wham came back to help the team "hang it on Chicago" on October 15. And we did, by the score of 3 to 0. "Maroon luck" was very evident in this game. Three times the Illini were within a few yards of the goal, and were prevented from crossing the line merely because of some tech- nical point which only a referee and umpire combined could detect. It was in the second quarter that Otto Seiler with his 45-yard drop-kick gave the Home-Coming crowd an op- portunity to feel a little more confident. The score does not indicate the relative strength of the two teams, and football critics say that an IS or 20 to 0 score would show about the correct comparison. During the next two weeks the team was put through new formations for the Purdue game at Lafayette. The Boilermakers were beaten by the small score of 11 points. We used only about half a dozen different plays, for Indiana scouts were present and anxious to learn all they could about the Illinois style of play. SCENE IN CHICAGO GAME 102 ll .ll .HIVUEHPJUH The curiosity of the Hoosiers was sa isfied a week later, when the Illini beat jimmy Sheldon's team with another one of Seiler's drop-kicks. The score Was 3 to 0. In this contest Dillon starred, playing possibly his best game of the year. Several times Indiana men got away with a double pass, but were stopped before reaching the goal line. Gill, of Indiana, had been touted as a great kicker of field goals, but the Illini defense was too much for him, and all his attempts were blocked. Of all the Conference games, that with Indiana was the most feared, and by winning from the Hoosiers we demonstrated our right to be as equally qualified as Minne- sota to claim the Conference championship. The Northwestern contest afforded an opportunity to per- fect sonie of our plays for the Syracuse game. The Method- ! ists were completely bewildered ' with our formations, passes, and tricks, and the score of 27 to 0 was the result. On November 19 all we need- ed to have a perfect score for the season was a victory over the heavy Syracuse team. The Easterners constituted a much better team than the previous year Waite was the most-feared man of Tad Jones' aggregation. He had won more than one game for Syracuse with his long-distance drop-kicks. The sus- pense was more than awful in several instances when he dropped back for a kick, but when at last Seiler secured his third drop-kick of the year that de- cided a game, the Illini fought ' like demons, holding in check the opposing attack at all stages of the game. To try to pick out any one man or group of men that made I X, the team victorious is utterly foolish. Each man went into the game to win. Whether he was in for two minutes or for the four quarters, he felt that he was a part of the machine designed and operated by two Illinois men, coaches Hall and Lindgren. Our only regret is that we could not have played the strong Minnesota team, and settled beyond a doubt the question as to which team was the rightful claimant of the Conference championship. Next year Minnesota will play Illinois here on November 25, and at that time the followers of football will be able to judge as to the relative merits of the two teams. WAITE or SYRACUSE FORCED TO PUNT 103 -fr QM .Il .HIOIEUPIUEE O arsitp Jfuuthall Team GLEN D. BUTZER . ELMER F. BLAIQESLEE ARTHUR R. HALL . -IUSTA BI. LINDGREN T. EDYVIN LYONS . OTTO SPRINGE . . GLEN D. BUTZER . . J. FRANK TWIST . . CHARLES H. BELTING CHARLES TVHAM . . CHAUNCEY B. OLIVER OTTO E. SEILER . . JOHN R. RIERRIMAN . CHESTER C. DILLON . LOUIS S. BERNSTEIN . CHESTER C. ROBERTS TVILLIAM H. XYOOLSTON . HAROLD B. LANUIII . CHESTER W. DAVIS . The Team Record of the Season Captain Manager Head Coach Line Coach Right End Right Tackle Right Guard Center Left Guard Left Tackle Left End Quarterback Quarterback Right Halfback Left Halfback Fullback Sub End and Back Sub Tackle and Guard Sub Center and Guard October Illinois Millikin ......... Illinois Field October Illinois Drake .... .... I llinois Field October Illinois Chicago. Illinois Field October Illinois .... Purdue .......... Stuart Field November Illinois Indiana .......... Jordan Field November Illinois .... Northwestern .... Northwestern Field November Illinois Syracuse ......... Illinois Field Summary: Illinois 87 pointsg opponents 0 THE PRESS STAND 104 Tea ll ba oot F 10 19 he 5 lvlunzlgcrj LAIQESLEE Q B HALL CCoachJ SPRINGE HUFF CCouchD achb LINDGRI N fCo M MERR1M,xN Smusu ef' :QM alLlli'lEllQlll?9.h L- Ulbe 1910 jfuuthall Team Glen Douglas Butzer CAPTAIN BUTZER, two years, choice for All-Wiestern guard, and one of the best linemen in collegiate foot- ball, has a record that will remain brilliant at Illinois for some time. Butzer's ability to carry the ball for end runs or smashing line plays has made his playing on the offense a factor in every game. Butzer was fortunate to lead one of the most successful elevens that Illinois has had for years, and the remarkable record of the team reflects not a little upon his ability as a leader. ,ffl Chester Corwin Roberts FOR SEVERAL DAYS after foot ball practice began in the fall, Bull Roberts watched the squad from the bleachersg then he put on a suit to help coach, at last, before he himself realized it, he was in the Klillikin game with the same old pep and scrap, despite the decree of the physicians that his illness would keep him out of the game the entire season. Roberts was the logical choice for captain to succeed Butzer, and under Bull's guidance next season the Illini are expected Heavy Twist was to accomplish great things. Otto Edwin Seiler THE HONOR of winning three games in a season by a drop-kick in each contest is exceedingly rare. To Otto Seiler, however, belongs this distinction, for his boot registered victories over Chicago, Indiana, and Syracuse. Otto was not only a valuable asset to the team as a kicker, but his great speed en- "'- ablcd him to carry the ball for gains, and also to form effective interference in completing plays. John Frank Twist ANOTHER ALI..-WIESTERN PLAYER has represented Illinois for the last time on the football field. given the responsible position of center this year. Seldom, if ever, was a fumble caused by a mistake by Twist, for his passes were always accurate and well-timed. hlany were the holes opened in the opponent's line, especially when the quarterback carried the ball straight ,through center. I never get any help on my lessons."-IKE DIXON. 106 -ff lain .n.ninisumue1 - i -" Otto Springe RED SPRINGE, with his lanky build, was always a men- ace to the opposing team. He is ideally built for a tackle, standing over six feet in height, and weighing 185 pounds. Besides, he possesses a football head, and his abil- ity for fast charging, coupled with all sorts of threats, made the opposing backfield afraid to try the right side of the Illinois line for a gain. His position as lineman was one that ordinary observers fail to notice, or to give the just amount of credit. But no one ever failed to see where Springe was, for he always came up from the bottom look- ing for more. Thomas Edwin Lyons fm 3" RIGHT END this year was taken care of by one of the best players in the Wvest. Although not chosen as an All-lVestern end by everyone, Ed was surpassed by few. Under the new rules an end has to be, not only fast, but heavy and heady as well Lyons was one of these, and time and again he would smash the opposing interference, and yet have the runner by a leg or an ankle. This ability made him a most valuable man. As an offensive player, he had the happy faculty of boxing in his opponent, and getting away to receive a forward pass, or else protect the halfback on a cross buck. ..L- Louis Stewart Bernstein ANY CLOSE FOLLOIVER of the past seasonis football in the IVest will say that Bernie was the fastest . 3 small halfback in the Conference. Being always ready for a sure game by a cross buck, he was called on more than once to finish the distance for a first down. His "never- give-upw spirit made him a man who had to be watched at all stages of the game. Bernie's basketball experience made him a valuable man at the receiving end of a forward pass. This was possibly his strongest point in offense. At defense he was always at '-T-'T the bottom of the play with his arms around the man with the ball. John Riley Merriman VERX' FEYV UNIVERSITIES have one good quarter-back. In this respect Illinois is more than fortunate, for we have two of the best caliber. hlerry has that quality so essential to a great quarterback, namely, that of returning punts by daring and spectacular open-field running, and for this reason he was always expected to set the bleachers wild by one of his sprints. He could begin right where Seiler left off, and the team-play would continue. His passes were perfect, de- ceptive to his opponents, and always feared by them. In the Syracuse game this year hferriman was a marked man. Having turned defeat into victory the year before, the Easterners kept their eyes on him from the start. Fimzie and Scoggin-we must not talk-but how they lone the Psi U walk. 107 ef' HH.LHlL1lEUElU?El L,- Chester Charles Dillon CHESTER DILLON was one of the lightest yet one of the headiest men on the team last season. The past season was Dillon's first at Illinois. He came from Illinois State Normal University, where he had distinguished him- self by making the All-State team for two years. In the Indiana game the Normal star showed the rooters what he was capable of doing by making numerous long gains, after dodging runs and clever following of interfer- ence. Dillonls strong points were bucking the line and running with the ball. He was one of the most valuable men on the offensive playing of the team. Charles Henry Belting VERX' FEWY INIEN during their first year's play on a football team become stars, linemen especially. Henry Belting surprised even the most optimistic this year by his spectacul There was not a single game in which equal was found, and his 190 pounds were always first through the line, breaking up plays before they were fully started. This was especially noticeable in the Northwestern game, when his body was like an immense Hail, mowing down the backfield. Belting was useful as a ground-gainerg also when he and Butzer were called back for a line plunge, there ar work on defense. a man who was his was sure to be a gain of several yards. Charles Wham THE POSITION of left tackle this year was the object of much com- petition. After being tried at end, lVham was pushed into tackle, and gave us an opportunity to see the second lVham in a regular position, for he played with great credit the same tackle that his brotherplayed a few years ago. Charlie's style of play is so different from the ordinary that one could easily wonder how he kept his place. He is quiet, cool, and always plugging away with a deter- mination that wins. Chauncey Bristol Oliver AX'EAR AGO someone said, "Next year should see Oliver a grand tacklef, WVe didn't, but we did see him a great end. Shifted from tackle to end, he soon adapted himself to the situation, and played spectacula r football. He was always breaking up the interference, and fighting like a demon from the beginning to the end of the game. Ollie was the first man down under a punt, and waited for the ball. His tackling was of the deadly kind, even though handicapped by the abolition of the flying tackle. VVhene'ver called upon to punt, Oliver could deliver as but few other kickers in the Conference. I can see that yan 'zufn tha! roast contest all right, all riglzi.-EKBKLAW. 108 ff 'QYSHH .ll .UWEUQHQQ A l nun- N ll William Henry Woolston WHY CORNELL should allow a man of lVoolston's ability to get away is a question that has been in the minds of many of the students. Having graduated from Prep ll7hite's squad a year ago as a quarterback, lVooly was the cause of considerable comment as to where he could make good with the Varisity. He was used as a fullback for a time, then filled in at half, and in each of these positions he played like a veteran. Harold Baird Lanum JAKE LANUAI learned his Hrst foot ball at Champaign High School. Prep llvhite used him on the Fresh- man Varsity a year ago, and this year his ability was of such a charac- ter that as a tackle he easily took first place. After ll'ham's injury, Jake stepped right into left tackle, and handled the job like a veteran. His determination, drive, and "pep,', however, caused one to overlook his lack of stature and weight. Chester Watson Davis IN DAVIS Illinois has one of the best sub-linemen that can be found. He is just as valuable at center as he is at guard or tackle. As an understudy to Heavy Twist, he has demonstrated that he knows just how a ball should be passed under the new code of rules. As a guard he was always diving through, and opening immense holes for the backs. 109 HllaLllliEllQlllF7lE- H be Krahuate cashing System George A. Huff, Director of Athletics I-IE University of Illinois is the only large university in the West where the graduate coaching system for football has been adopted and adhered to. A few of our sister institutions have given this system brief trials, but have given up after one or two years. VVe, at Illinois, believe in having our teams coached by men who formerly played upon them and strong reasons may be presented to support our theory. Ilie believe that a western man is quite as likely to have brains that will produce results in football as the imported article from the East. IVe know that our own graduates have a better knowledge of conditions as they exist here than a stranger can possibly have. VVe also know that our alumni have a loyalty to their own university that no one from another university could possibly feel, and that they will adopt a policy which is best calculated to bring success and credit to our athletics in the long run rather than look to immediate success with small thought of the future. VVhen We have a successful team coached by our own graduates, it is a satis- faction to know that all the credit belongs to Illinois, that it is our victory through and through, that we do not have to give part of the credit to Yale, Harvard Princeton, or some other institution because the coach learned his football at one of these universities. liie feel that if we select the right kind of men to do the coaching that we can be perfectly sure that they will do nothing to bring discredit upon the fair name of the Universityg that we will have teams that are well coached in sports- manship and gentlemanly conduct as well as in the technique of football. lVe can respect and honor such teams in defeat and feel doubly proud of them in victorv. I am well aware that there are many so-called professional coaches who have the highest sense of sportsmanship and honor, and that there would be some graduate coaches who would not have those qualities, but when a coach is secured from another institution, no matter how highly recommended he may be, one cannot be certain of his character. lYhen the coach is selected from your own graduates-men whom you have known for four years-you cannot make a mistake. The graduate coaching system has been a success at Illinois, not only be- cause it is right in principle, but also because of an even greater factor- the selec- tion of just the right kind of men. In Hall and Lindgren Cand I include YVhiteD we have men of football brains- men with kind hearts and quick sympathies, whom the players love and respect -men of the highest characters, militantly honest and high minded, and thor- oughly loyal sons of Illinois. Yes, I won the N. O. L. wfzen I was at llhscorzsiaz.-C. C. PE.-XRCE. 110 Ill .Il .lllVUE'llQlHF3EX' 1 jfresbman arsitp jfuuthall Zllieam LITILE CASSiStant Coachb WHITE CCoachj KERR HUDELSON PFEIFFER CARTER SCHYVABACHER BEIJING GILPATRICK BLOEEAUII F. PRINCE ROWE LAWRENCE TILLSON JOHNSON RICH.ARDSON CONWAY CIIENEY D. PRINCE HOLBROOK WATERS LANHAM STALLINGS Prep White N OUR PRAISE of the football team and its coaches, Illinois men should not forget Prep Wvhite. His real Worth to the football team is known by only a few. XVhen he was an undergradu- ate he served his alma mater Well, and as coach ofthe Freshman Varsity team each fall he instructs the first-year men in the rudiments of football, and instills in them true Illinois loyalty. VVhen the season is completed, the predominating idea which every mem- ber ofthe squad has is: 'Cl must make the Varsity." This determination is the making of Illinois teams. hlay Prep long remain with us and continue his good work. "Yes, I know everybody in Cairo."-MISS OHRUM. 111 4I , Q. ., I AJAX E' , 1' 3 '-F. Y . ILLINOIS ROOTERS AT BLOOMINGION SEILER'S DROP KICK DEFE.ATS CHICAGO ' - "W"-1 .-A .f:". -- " I . I . .5 3' I "iff ,. 51f3. FH , , I rv I- -. 4,25 q u .Q .IW Sd, -1. pk' I 13521 ki' ,MN K 'i-ih i1'xA - ,.v.. ,. '- V 1 7 .V - -w4?I,: x H A aiv afjfylwf '.-QN X, , A ff ,' ., N " A .7 Ff ""' --g il rgflias' 'I 1 'WL 1 ...f.-gi na' ---'- If L KF- ' .."" 1 '1.'.""t-lg QI: -I 5.1. I I- - 'vi . .QE -A h ' . lx -Tj.. SXQIF, in - . -4 Y' " ' I g f Pr V, x,,'Ky. " , fx mimi' ', A Elf Y: In, h ,,.- .N UWIA iXl,.sL..fg:'w, Xx x!! :ul H - IAM. X. On ,lv kv 1 ' -I .I + SRI 5 PZ nf ,I 'gfarffirg I sw ,I 1 L5 I ' ww I' A IOI' . , I R i I 5 f, ,32gIgI4:--iiEasf1- av- f I .54-, O 45 XV kg ,ri 4 N ww jed i!" ., BI e' I X ROOTERS' SECTION-CHICAGO GAME 112 ff' H LCHENEY 'H '4 A I K.'m"llll L 'fwTiQ 1 1 113 1: -X I- ag ' , GX fe? W- f , erin ? ' as E 413 ' if y V ' T "x Q93 Review of 1910 Baseball Season LLINQIS' first thousand-per-cent baseball team, champions of the liiest, early gave promise of their later phenomenal showing. In mid-winter the team on paper looked the peer of any Illinois nine of past years. There were five men who had played Varsity ball together for two seasons, and around them the team was built. On hlarch 5th the bunch was taken out of doors for the first real spring practice. For three weeks the nine was worked hard. In the Easter series with the strong Arkansas team, coached by '5 Hugh Bezdek, formerly of the Cniversity of Chicago, the nine had its first real opportunity to play ball. To John Buzick was given the honor of pitching the lirst game. Although the score T to 5 does I1Ot indicate it, Buzick pitched one of the best games ,,.., of the season. The team behind was a little bit off color, and li' I A John was continually on the defensive. The next game proved easier. Illinois won by a score of 7 to 0, due to Henry Penn's superb pitching, and Butzer's and YYeber's good batting. The third and last game was pitched by Claude Van Gundy, the only new man on the pitching staff. After a see-saw game, Illinois finally landed on top, largely because of Van's pitching, and home runs by Yan Gundy and Butzer. JL The team returned home, and was pitted against the Klil- waukee American Association bunch in a series of games. Illinois won two, tied one, and lost four. On April 13th the first link in the chain of victories was forged, when we defeated Northwestern by a score of G to l, in a if I-T .I g - in X loosely played game, the feature of which was Fatty I-Iuff's home run. Iowa came next, with their highly touted pitcher, ' ' IVest. Buzick pitched in wonderful form, and shut out the Iowans 5 to O. In the next two weeks four games were Q5 postponed on account of cold and rainy weather. On Vifednes- Q day, hlay 4, the team left in what was really the critical vp-2,4 4x time of the season for a three-game trip. Un Iiiednesday Chicago was defeated 6 to 3, Pat Page's curves being ham- mered to all corners of the lot. The next day the squad journeyed to Evanston, where Northwestern was downed in an up-hill fight by a grand batting rally in the eighth inning. ': Although he had pitched the day before, Buzick went in and if E finished the game. On Saturday the team met Wiisconsin K at hladison. Buzick was again put in the box, and his wonderful work won the game by a score of 4 to 1. l'IVhy wwz'l they Ie! me ga to the Irish Zvazzqzzeif'-Ct1BisY B.-xlaiz. 11-1 CEP Hll .Il .HIWIEUEWIHFJ ri -Q13 Purdue was the next victim of Gfs remarkable machine, and took the count in a fiercely contested game on Illinois Field by a score of 5 to 4. On Saturday, lXIay 12, Chicago made its first appearance here. The game, largely a pitching battle, between Buzick and Page, was won by Illinois in the ninth inning, Fatty Huflvs single driving k in the winning run. The following week was Interscholastic, and W our high school visitors were treated to a royal exhibition of the national game. On Friday, hfay 18, Page and Buzick hooked up in another struggle. This time the battle lasted seventeen innings, when Illinois finally triumphed. The next day Minnesota l came, and was defeated 5 to 2 in a contest which, because of rain, lasted but seven innings. During the following week the team ran X the last lap. The championship was prac- i tically won, only one game being needed to cinch it. Every rooter was pulling for a thousand-per-cent team, and a loyal X bunch of rooters followed the team to Purdue. For seven innings the fight was even between hforrow, Purdue's star pitcher, and Buzick, but in the eighth inning the Boilermakers went to pieces, and Illinois scored enough runs to win the game. The championship was ours. Huf'I's hitting turned the tide and Purdue's errors clinched the contest. The next w day Indiana was defeated in a -1 ' ten-inning battle -1 to 1. Buzick g X F pitched again, and proved him- 1 9 self to be the Iron KIan of the Conference, and with- R' F J ' R out doubt worthy to be called one of the greatest, if not the greatest, of Illinois pitchers. Fourteen games won, and not a single one lost is indeed a record of which to be proud. The 1910 team set a record for all time. Captain Righter and i his men deserve great credit for the honor they brought to Illinois, but much greater praise is due to G. Huff, v premier coach of the Viiest. In all his years of coach- A ing at Illinois he has always had a winning team, but X.. the 1910 team was his masterpiece. Although Bu- zick, Righter, Bunn, Quayle, Penn, and hIcElhiney are gone, yet with Shorty Thomas at the head and G. Huff in his old capacity, the team of 1911 is not one whit inferior to the champions of 1910. "U"l1r1t's the use of Slllfjyiillggll'HIf,-Xxivl' TWIST, LD K 'I'. 115 'QED .ll .lllflillfllllil f., - all arsitp igasehall Cham EDWIN B. RIGHTER CHARLES H. HEALY GEORGE A. HUFF ROGER G. HUFF. .IOHN XY. BUZICK . CHARLES M. BUNN EDWIN -B. RIGHTER ROBERT H. QUAYLE XY. HYARRX' XYEBER GLEN D. BUTZER LLOYD SCHVVARTZ RAYMOND R. THOMAS lCaptain-Electj CLAUDE XIAN GUNDY . . HENRH' PENN . Klarch 24 Illinois Klarch 25 Illinois. Klarch 27 Illinois April 13 Illinois. April 30 Illinois. Klay -I Klay 5 Illinois. Xlay 7 Illinois. Klay 10 Illinois. Xlav 1-I Illinois May 20 Illinois Klay 21 Illinois Klay 127 Illinois Rlay 28 Illinois The Team QCaptaiinD Record ms, ..0, Illinois... . . 6 ...sf ., O, -7 ......, 0 .. ..., No, 7 Q42 of the Season Arkansas ..... Arkansas. . Arkansas ..... Northwestern . Iowa. ....... . Chicago ...... Northwestern . Iliisconsin . . . Purdue.. . . . Chicago. . , . Chicago. . . . Klinnesota ,.,. Purdue.. . , . Indiana. . Captain . Nlanager Coach Catcher . Pitcher First Base . Second Base Third Base . Short Stop Left Field . Center Field Right Field . Pitcher Pitcher Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Northwestern Field Iowa Field Klarshall Field Northwestern Field Randall Field Illinois Field Illinois Field Illinois Field Illinois Field Stuart Field Jordan Field Wlzai is the need of brains when one has beauty?-LOUIE RUSSELL, dv K E. 116 C21 ll 2 b SC Ba 10 19 he VT E :E Q -4 4 7 2 x-1 A S- 11 in E .fi 4. P- 2 ,: .- E Q Q E Z Z QE L. LH 5 7. 5 4 AI ,J lf' A Z I-J ,. v Z 4 , I KZ. E ,Q , L4 1.1 N S: f-. L4 'F' -- G- Z 5 6 Y Z 4 9 1 u iD T 4 E .1 H A C ,., 1.1 L' L' ff 3HIl.ll.HV1JEIl.Q1HWEt H The 1910 Baseball sam Edwin Brown Righter MIDGET RIGHTER, Captain of Illinois' first thousand-per-cent baseball team, proved himself a man worthy of the honor. To Runt goes a goodly share of the credit for pushing Illinois to the highest point that any college baseball team ever attained. Besides hitting second on the team with an average of 280, he was also one of the best infielders in the Conference. During the entire season he had but one error, and was picked as All-Viiestern second-baseman. At the beginning of the season hfidget was placed second in the batting order, as a sacrifice hitter. As the season progressed, his steady consistent hitting won for him a place farther down the hittingcolumn,Where his stick could be used to advantage in driving in runs. John W. Buzick l hitting pitcher. Roger Grant Huff ROGER HUFF, All-VVestern catcher for the season of l910,Was an able running mate for the veteran Buzick. He showed himself to be a catcher far above the average college type, and a bright future is assured him should he care to enter professional company. Quick to note the batter's Weakness, and using rare judgment in guiding the pitcher, he made an enviable reputation throughout the iVest. He is a quick, accurate throvver to bases, and his good peg- ging brought disaster to many a would-be base stealer. As a hitter, Fatty was easily the star of the team. "I don! see why people talk so about the Illini' 118 JOHN BUZICK stands out above all other men as the one who did the greatest workin producing the thousand-per-cent team and in making them champions of the Wfest. Out of the fourteen games Won, John pitched ten full games and part of another. He proved himself the Iron hlan of the Conference. Pitching two games in two days was no task for John, and he seem- ingly pitched better on the second day than on the first. It was his ability to size up an opponent and find out his Weak spot that made Buzick the most feared of Conference pitchers. Perhaps his most not- able achievement Was the Winning of the seventeen- inning contest against Chicago during Interscholastic Week. John relied not alone on his good right arm to Win games, but was also one of those rare men-a s HAZEL Ovirz. f idlll . 1' . O ' ' . :A . g - 1 K ...wz::,,:g1. ' ' J- -2- - . -,515 51-it 1- fi . Jgeifxa ' , . . 'fa Ps-. P1 1-. 321: f.fs..e-4 leaf: if- - -vs: LR, - ,A Y s- . :..f , .. .s . ,-4 h 1.1" ' -..-'i- wr- . at.-V-t tg:-evN -,STV ,gf . .ll .Ilfl'UEUQlllVl - -fi? Robert Harwood Quayle OBBY QUAYLE, All-VVestern third-baseman, was one of the brainiest men on the team, al- ways using his head in the midst of the most trying situations, and urging on the men to greater efforts. He played the most difiicult position on the team in almost faultless fashion, having only one error, and that in the last game ofthe season. In the season of 1909 Bobby played short-stop, and made a fine record, but the change to third base seems to have brought even better results. "Come on, boys,"was a favorite slogan of his, and whenever the game was close, he could be seen in the coacher's box, pleading and urging them on. G. Huff paid him a glowing tribute, saying that he was one of the best third-basemen who ever wore an Illinois uniform. As a base-runner he was among the best, not speedy, but always aware of the right moment to steal. Charles Montgomery Bunn HARLES BUNN, or known, successfully Bo, as he was commonly held down the initial sack throughout the entire season. Although handicapped X- . the entire year by illness, he nevertheless stuck gamely Ili., g .- W to his job and gave Illinois the best he had. There .13 . 3. 3"- may have been better first-basemen at Illinois than . ' Bunn, but there have been none who worked harder -g in f ., '.,,, and who did as well under the adverse circumstances. I 2- T. rg? He held the enviable reputation of fielding 1000 per .Q cent for the entire season, and of many times saving his team-mates from errors by seemingly impossible 5" " "' ' 'K M i stops and catches. His hits usually came at the time 3551. ,.-,f ,,.i..g,- l ' A -.-- when hits meant runs. Especially was this true in 1 -" Q all of the crucial games. Charley was a friend to ""' f '- ' everybody, never knocking, and always striving to do his utmost for the benefit of the team. h it '45-s. asf? , tf . - I - N f..- - -nf?-Eu-'iizi' was--H .. . 2 z3i.fQ3'f5'. iii" i.'. '- 1-'ll' . l J 7 N ' r N , I ' A N1 -. -Q . .'-' "Q .. es A- eq- - ' 1 - v-'-- ' ' Q ' ?'iJ2"'if?1'1 1 ...S .Ig-is-. ., 1. .. 57115, 1.-f '11r1..k:ff" wf .Ja .. ... , U. . , ,a . -:L V. ., ,f.,,--,,- .. . f , , 'afar E fe- F1 algwiki' . - Qgfffgtl ,- A v .ga--,K ,"1ggg1.,5 . '+f"a"3.I'1" 9 X." "South America is Glen Douglas Butzer LEN D. BUTZER proved that a football man can also play baseball. 1Vhen Butzer first came out for baseball at Illinois, he signed up as a pitcher. A year's trial at this post showed, however, that pitching was notforhim,andhebecamean outfielder. Intheearly part of the season he gave promise of being one of the leading hitters of the team, and his work on the Easter training trip verified this showing. Butzer was as- signed to the left field position, which he held all season. Although a large man, he was exceptionally speedy for his weight, and covered a great deal of ground. He possessed a good throwing arm, and was an ex- cellent judge of liy balls. He was a good sacrifice hitter, and many times successfully pushed the base- runners into a position where a hit meant a run. a good place, that is where I C0l1Z8f70I7Zi,'MULLEN. 119 55? Ill .ll .IIIWEHEIHFTE H Raymond Rogers Thomas IGHT FIELD was taken care of last season by one of the fastest and brainiest ball players who has ever performed on Illinois Field. In stature he was one of the midgets, but his size served him well, making him valuable as a man to lead off the batting order. Shorty's main achievements were in the way of base-running and fielding. But his batting average was one which no player need be ashamed to own. All critics were agreed that Thomas was probably the fastest man on bases in the Conference. In the field he was everywhere at once, never play- ing grandstand, but always on the job, as the fans often expressed it. Thomas has been accorded the honor of leading the Varsity team next season and followers of the Orange and Blue are of one opinion that the choice was a wise one. Walter Harry Weber ARRY WEBER, shortstop of the thousand-per cent team, was the find of the season. As a star on the freshman team the previous season, he made an enviable record, and it was unanimously conceded that he would land a berth on the team. There were other shortstops in the Conference, but there were none who covered the ground and cut down half the hits that he did. His errors were all hard chances made on drives that seemed sure hits. Pos- sessed of an excellent whip, he has the faculty of cutting off many slow grounders that might other- wise have been hits. He was commonly known as the hardest hitter on the team, and outlielders on the opposing side invariably moved out to the limits whenever he came to bat. .sv I ' .gg l 3 1 5 ,.,- -- ws it . Q .,g.,- 33:-, V -. .. 9, A I Y' XX I : N X N 'O N 'Q . N ,J . , s X N- QW it fs X nl' , bv P- L -. N'-QQ ,Hp 5 x ,,..,. j.f:...... nk, Y-K is Henry Penn , 4 ws. . 'R-kSZ'28"::-X, ,. '- --K I , xg, i s v-ns. 'ti' z. sm, ff Siem-Xi-A senwwa V+ QA. at-wsjiimssa. N N . r . Qgsg s we x J -' . F ,. . X ins .x b.-rs-L,LP-35-F.'5t Y . 'Nt " . , , , was-1.SfWi.i"' ef:-ig., swtszff, fs s . "-bnsyi V:- rfi-twi9'2f't'5QV.X ' ' ' .L . I -.TE S' -- 3.2.-1. - '13 ' we tgfrstfs-, ,ag . gm- -, F.: - - - -, 4 -1. N -'-- - , -uw-ai-'-33 i f -Ne, ' ' ii "Wir 1 5 , "favs Ist' ,sf-,',-as, ...W 'sr :ig U37 A' ,.v ,- 13 . -, -'ul' ' - "- . N.. 4. BV. , -nr-J .4144-ts... -b--W . if 'g:.m:'. wh- ...a.,..Ss1' ENRY PENN, the third member of the Varsity pitching staff, was a victim of the hardest kind of luck. During a game with the hfilwaukee Ameri- can Association team, he strained a tendon in his pitching arrn, and was unable to do any worl: the re- mainder of the season. This was a hard blow both to Penn and to the team, for he had given promise of being a star last season. ln the one college game which he pitched against Arkansas, he won easily by a score of 7 to 0. Great things had been pre- dicted for Henry, and he was expected to divide the work with Buzick. To lose out through injury in his last year was a bitter misfortune, but he bore it with the greatest amount of patience. 120 K' l11.l1.H1WE1W11l52 -iii? Claude Van Gundy CLAUDE VAN GUNDY shared with Buzick the honors of Illinois' pitching staff. On account of Buzick's Wonderful Work, Van was not given a very great chance to show his Worth, but his work in the Arkansas and Nlinnesota games shows that he has the making of a first-class pitcher. A steady, consistent worker, he was always on duty for practice, and was always ready to sacrifice himself for the benefit of others. He was a hitter of no mean caliber, and clouted the ball for an wp., average of .333 in the games that he worked. His year on the Varsity in 1910 should prove of value X 5 J., 45. 3"fz'i5'Q to him, and this year should see him ranked well up Wi: among the college pitchers. He has lots of speed 1 s and a great variety of curves, as well as the power to size up men, which is a valuable asset to any pitcher. .N XANQLA' a s .fSE2i:- 2 :-'mi s 1 . -ft - J Eitfrltf ' . 1 - 15: -.-.K --, -T' fl' 'zislrb H x ' :cf Q .I .3 f . t- .,, .sw . 5 ' r ssS"'8n-. ' ' 4-ff .::-cE":Ffi5s-1.' 1 ., "sv-N :f,.l.'i-3 .- A ',"5g:j:5,. I -1 -w.-s Aj 2Eif.,'s3"-.E12?f ' ' JE 'f:.f-Q?3'.1,-s2I-"'Lv'-- El 5 ,-ff. - 3Nf1.,'.v,e:.- " :ffrff-. wr: 11- .::r-- 1- -Q-if--S'-"-'Ass-be A ' fE9?'if-l" 1454- V 3 - fQi..I'1'?.,ii-Z1 -, Lloyd Schwartz ONK SCI-IWARTZ, center-fielder, enjoyed the reputation of being one of the fastest men on the team. In going down to first base, he had no equal. In the field he covered a large amount of ground, and was able to cut off a number of base hits. Monk was originally an infielder, but, like Butzer, he decided that the outfield was the place for him. In the Purdue game on Illinois Field Schwartz' work stood out prominently. His base- running put the team in a position to overcome the Boilermakers' early lead, and resulted in the defeat of the visitors. Although he fell down in his hitting somewhat, his clever Work on the bases and in the field won him a host of admirers. W'ith a year's experience it is safe to say that his record this season m:emeNf"""' will eclipse even that of last year. Team Averages .7- Player Position Games A. B. Avg. P. O. A. E. Avg. MCCLEERY ..... .. ... p. 0. f 3 G .333 0 2 0 1,000 VAN GUNDY ..... ... p. 2 .333 2 5 1 S75 HUFF ......... c. 11 .287 71 19 2 973 RIGHTER .... . 2b. 11 ...19 30 29 2 967 THOMAS ...... , r. f. 11 .268 13 2 0 1,000 QUAYLE ...... ... 313. 11 .244 16 20 1 973 BUZICK .....,. .. p. o.f 11 .243 S 40 0 1.000 WEBER., ..,.. ... s. s. 11 .200 20 30 7 877 BUTZER ....., ... 1 f. 11 .175 15 0 3 S33 SCHWARTZ. . C. f. 10 .1-IS 12 0 1 .923 BUNN ........ . 1b. 11 .147 132 2 0 1 000 TWIST ..... .. . o f. 1 .000 0 0 0 000 Team Batting Average.. . .... ....... . 227 Team Fielding Average.. Wim! a haste looks through his 6j'6S. 121 . 962 -ARTIE H.ALL. .qi -+3 ,' Nw Q lfsx A 5, I I A XX-9 l XX XX N ' X X 5 4 V 1 A I., 4 . V4 5 Q O 3 7 if 'V 1 H N 33,3 1 N fx K h. . J lv X V I fs ,..f f I . . ff 'ff ,f , ,f Y jf lje 5 Wi 12 Ki J CX .0 ' X I X Y CRX' l 1 it iffy 1 Review of 1910 Track Season HE 1910 GUTDCOR TRACK SEASON commenced with the trip to Phila- delphia to the annual relay carnival under the auspices of the University of Pennsylvania on April 30. The members of the track team who were taken were Hanley, Richards, Rohrer and Herrick on the relay team, and Graham, Iiiashburn and KIurphy in the special events. The freshman relay team, con- sisting of Cortis, Otto, Hunter and Carney, was also taken. None of the Var- sity men placed in the meet, but the freshmen set a new record of 312655. The next meet was with Wisconsin on Randall Field on hlay 7. Although Viisconsin had a better team than we, there is no doubt that we would have won the meet if it had not been for over-confidence, and the inexperience of East. Three good chances to win were thrown away. East slowed down after he had the race won. He could not get started again, and Cleveland drew up, passing him at the tape. On Chicago Day, hIay 1-1, after seemingly being out of the running, we came from behind, and by taking all three places in the broad jump we won out by a score of 67 to 50. Purdue was our next victim on hIay 20. The Boilermakers secured only two firsts in this meet, and we won by a heavy score, 90 to 30. Three Illinois records were broken in this meet. East gave Wasson, his old rival, a good trounc- ing in the fast time of 0:54",'.n, Herrick set a new half-mile record of 1:5825 and lXIurphy vaulted 12 feet. The indoor season for 1911 included three dual meets, two with Chicago, and one with the Chicago Athletic Club. Besides these, Illinois was represented at the first indoor Conference meet, held at Northwestern Klarch 25. The meets against the Klaroons resulted in an even break, Illinois taking the first meet held here by a score of 56 to 30, and losing in Bartlett Gymnasium later in the season 39 to -17. The C. A. A. representatives were defeated 45 to -11 in one of the closest and most interesting indoor meets ever held at Illinois. a. l V . If . l l M i 220-.YARD D.msH-PURDUE IXIEET Eixsr BREAKS TRACK RECORD roR IXIILE 124 f"" idllll .H.HVilElIE-':1lHfTl Seminar Track en Carl James Rohrer ARL ROHRER, this year's captain, has been one of the most reliable men on the team. During his sophomore year he ran the mile, but Coach Gill changed his event to the half-mile and the relay. Rohrer was a member of the relay team which participated in the Pennsylvania relay carnival, and also one of four members of the Conference team which represented Illinois during the past season. ra G. Wirt Herrick IRT I-IERRICK, our boy wonder I from Farmer City, has two Illinois track records to his credit. They are the outdoor mile and half mile. lVirt's steady, easy running has made him a dependable contestant in practically every meet. Herrick's performances have always been the object of much favorable comment by track enthusiasts. In the mile grind the Farmer City lad has had an opportunity to display his grit and endurance, and his work in the half and quarter has proved that his ability in these events is more than ordinary. - - Paul John Graham DICK GRAHAKI, who has been a member of the track team for three years, competed in the pole vault and broad jump. During his first year as a Varsity track man, he gained the distinction of tying for third in the pole vault in the Conference meet. In the broadjump Graham has made a satisfactory showing, winning several points in this event in the different meets. Dick was a member of the team which represented Illinois at the Pennsylvania relay carnival last April. Joe Kossuth Burns ig. Mgt: -.,,,,. ACK BURNS does not look like a weight man, but his performances in the held events prove otherwise. The shot put and hammer throw are the events in which he competed. ,lack was ineligible during the first semester of his sophomore year, but after being restored to grace he won the shot put in the Chicago indoor meet in easy fashion. Last year Burns was a valuable asset to the well-balanced track team. He won his "I" in the shot put, and made a good showing in every meet. It is very comerzient to Izaw a L'1ziz'ers1'ty rmznerleu' with our Y. JI. C. .-1. 125 llll .l1..HlWEHELlHF3.R-- Varsity rank sam JAMES V. RICIilXRDS ...., .. . ....,.. Captain CARL J. ROHRER ......... .,.. C aptain-Elect IRVING A. I. LINDBERG. ., ...,.. Klanager HYXRRY L. GILL ,....... ....... C oach JAMES Y. RICHARDS JAMES T. HANLEY XVARREN E. EAST ARTHUR J. JORDAN LUDLOXV J. XYASHBURN XVILLIAM S. REDHED IQALPH N. lXlCCORD IRARL M. DALLENBACH EDNVARD BROWVN AIILTON L. STEVENS-,ON CHESLEY B. FREELAND OAKLEY B. RIVES JOE K. BURNS The Team CARL J. ROHRER G. XVIRT HERRICK ALFRED J. GUNDERSON PAUL CSRAH.-XM ELMO S. DRAKE WALDO H. DRAKE XVILLIAM YY. XI.-XPP OTTO SPRINGE JOHN R. RIERRIIXIAN OTTO E. SEILER GREGORX' XIIGEANT FRANK D. RIURPHY GUY L. AIORRILL Record of the Season lXIay 7, 1910 Illinois.. llay 1-1, 1910 Illinois.. lXIay 30, 1910 Illinois.. Feb. 11, 1911 Illinois. ,. Feb. 25, 1911 Illinois. . . KIarcli 11, 1911 Illinois. .. Oh, they are young thing 01. 1Visconsin. . 05, Randall Field 67, Chicago .... 59, llarshall Field 96. Purdue ,,.., 30, Stuart Field Indoor Season .56, Chicago .... 30, Illinois Gymnasium .45, C A. A ..... -11, Illinois Gymnasium 39, Chicago. .. .-17, Bartlett Gymnasium 5 and mmm! leave their uzotlzers-BETAS. 1126 I1 u E z Q3 .-. C 1,- A id fl. w z 4 ... ,- E L1 I E 4 LJ 4:2 z g, , A Z C. ill Z Di :J rw r-1 if' E z 2 .. Z N H E U3 EVENT l EVENT 100-yard Dash 220-yard Dash . -1-10-yard Run.. . . Broad Jump... 880-yard Run... , Mile Run.. ... Two-Mile Run 120-yard High Hurdles. , ., 220-yard Low Hurdles. Shot Put ......, . , . Han1mc1' Throw, ,, Pole Vault ..,. High jump ., Discus Throw . 100-yzlrd Dash , 220-yard Dash . -140-yzml R11n.. S80-y:11'd Run.. ., Mile R1111... . ., 120fyarcl High Hurdles 220-yard Low Hurdles. High Jump .. , Pole? Vault ,... , Broad jump , . Hammer Throw , Shot Put. ,,,. , . Discus Thiow.. Two-Mile Runw HH .ll .HWEHQIHH arsitp rack meets 1910 Outdoor Season Wisconsin-Illinois Meet MADISON, MAY 7,1910 SCORE: WISCONSIN 653 ILLINOIS FIRST RICHARDS CXVJ RICHARDS UU RICHARDS QWJ GRAHAM CID DOHMEN KWJ DOHMEN LWJ SECOND SEILER KD SEILER 115 RICHARDS QIJ WISCIL CW7 ROHRER KD GUNDERSON LIJ 61 THIRD LAKE LWJ LAKE UVB HANLEY QD ADAMS CWD GILLETTE CWJ LAMPERT QWJ RECORD 2101 - :ZBQ 53,2 21 ft,11!,ir1. 2:01 CLEVELAND QXVJ EAST IIJ REDHED 113 ADAMS QWJ ROSE UVB STEVENSON 413 ROHN 1115 GILLETTE CWJ DRAKE LIJ LEO 419 BUSER KWH BURNS IIJ . BURNS KID DALLENBACH CD BANKER CWD f GRAHAM 111 4 JONES111 1 MURPHY 111 1 HHH- 1 ADA11s111'1 11110111112 111 JORDAN 111 DACEY1w1 MORRILL KIJ WASHBURN LIJ MCCORD CD Chicago-Illinois Meet ILLINOIS FIELD, MAY 14, 1910 SCORE: ILLINOIS 673 CHICAGO 59 FIRST SECOND THIRD STRAUBE KCJ SEILER KIJ EARLE QCD STRAUBE CCJ EARLE CCJ RICHARDS 115 DAVENPORT LCJ RICHARDS CIJ HANLEY QI? DAVENPORT QCD HERRICK IIJ ROHRER 119 STOPHLET QCJ FREELAND QD MIZE LII CRAXVLEY CCD STEVENSON LD MERRIMAN 113 MENAUL LCJ CRAXVLEY 1CJ DRAKE 115 l'MENAUL1C7 1 I C1u11'1.EY 10 RICHIL IU 1 11oRR1LL 111 1 WASHBURN 111 ROGERS RCD WASHBURN 111 MURPHYKD , , STEVENSON KD GRAHAM CD GRAHAM LD 42332 IOZUSE :16g 227 41 ft. 12111. 118111.11 in. 10 ft. 6 in. 5 ft. 1012111 113 ft. 6in. RECORD L10 2222 :50g 11585 4:3361 1165 226 5 ft. 1011 in 11 ft. 3 in. 21 ft. 5 in. BURNS CD CRAXVLEY CCJ MCCORD 113 EAST 413 WORTHXVINE LCD MENAUL QCD BURNS CD REDHED QIJ DALLENBACH QD 121 ft. 63411-1 SPRINGE 115 JORDAN KID STOPHLET KCJ 40 ft. 2 in. 117 ft. 6 in. 10:05Q I 11111 so glad ta have you 'meet 11116-MERRIMAN, 11' K ll". 128 -f llll .ll.I11i1ElC1UF3E EVENT 100-yard Dash, .. 220-yard Dash. , . Mile Run.... . 440-yard Run.. . SSO-yard Run., , Two-Mile Run . 120-yard Hurdles 220-yard Hurdles High jump ,..., Pole Vnult.,. . Broad Jump ., , Hummer Throw. Shot Put,.. , . Discus Throw. E YE N T 35-yard Dash .. 40-yard Hurdles -110.yard Run.. H80-yarrl Run.. Mile Run. ..,. . . . Two-Mile Run... High lump ..., Shot Put... Pole Vault, . . ,. Relay Race ,..,. ix 1 11.4 l Purdue-Illinois Meet ILLINOIS FIELD, MAY 20,1910 SCORE: 1LLINOIS96g PURDUE 30 FIRST SEILER LD RICHARDS QIJ MCWAYNE KPJ RICHARDS II! HANLEY RI! HERRICK QIJ EAST ill RICHARDS fPJ W. DRAKE 115 XYASHBURN 113 RICHIE l1J MORRILL 111 MURPHY ID smvexsox in REEVES mn LEO up MCCORD 411 SECOND HENCH QP? SEILER CIJ GUNDERSON LD ROHRER QD WASSON IPJ GARDNER QPJ E. DRAKE KID JONES Q11 GRAHAM QI! BURNS LI! SPRINGE Q17 STOCKTON QPJ THIRD HANLEY KID TAVEY QP? MIZE KIJ DEKIAREE IPI DEMAREE QPJ REDHED C11 STEVE NSON QIJQ LASHMET QP? GANNON QPJ RICHARDS KPJ RECORD 2101 :fig 4:1375 :52 l:5SE CRecordJ 9251i QRecordJ 1161 :EGE 5 ft. 813 in l2ft. fRecordl 21 ft. llg in DALLENBACH QIJ 117 ft. S in. STOCKTON LPJ IXICFARLAN D LPJ 1911 Indoor Track Season I bf-Q l Chicago-Illinois Meet ILLINOIS GYIXINASIUM, FEBRUARY 11, 1011 SCORE: ILLINOISSGQ CHICAGOSG FIRST SEILER 111 KUH CCH SECOND EARLE KCI INIERRIBIAN Q11 DAVENPORT LCD CORTIS QI? BARRON 111 COPE 111 BULLARD LID MORRILL 611 MENAUL ICI ROGERS CC! COYLE ICJ MURPHY KID CHICAGO TIMBLIN to ROHRER fin BURXYASH up 1 BEBB 111 1 MENAULIC1 BELTING 111 129 THIRD YAPP IIB DRAKE 1I1 HUNTER II! HERRICK KIJ LONG ICH CARPENTER LC? 40 ft. 113, in 1LZ1ft. 5 in. RECORD :O-lg :05g :532 2105! -1:41 10:13 5112. Qlj in -12 ft. 9 in. lllt. -Lin. ii? HH .Il .UIVIIEUQUFQ EVE NT 35-yard Dash... -L0-yard Hurdle-S ...,.. -1-10-yarrl Run... . .. .. SSO-yard Run... . Mile Run.. . Twofllile Run. , High Jump. ., . Shot Put. Pole Vault, , . Relay Raci- EVENT 50-yarrl Dash . 511-yard Hurdles... . 4-10-yarrl Run... S50-yard Run.,. . Mile Run... . Two-Mile Run .,,. High Jump ..... Shot Put,. . . Pole Vault.. , ,. Relay Race Chicago Athletic Association-Illinois Meet ILLINOIS GYMNASIUM, FEBRUARY 25.1911 SCORE: ILLINOIS 45: CHICAGO A. A. 41 FIRST KUHN CC A AI SCHOBINGER CC A AI SANDERS CII BARRON CII COPE CII BULLARD CII SECOND SEILER CII HOSKINS CC A AI BLAIR CC A AI HERRICK CII ROHRER CII IDEGENHARDT CC A AI IASCHE CC A AI IPALMER CC A AI BYRD CC A AI MURPHY CI ILLINOIS BELTING CII MOREHOUSE CC A AI THIRD JACOBS CC A AI SHAW CC A AI CORTIS CII SAUER CC A AI ZAHNER CC A AI BURWASH CII SEILER CII SCHOBINGER CC A AI JANES CC A AI Chicago-Illinois Meet BARTLETT GYM NASIUM, MARCH 11, 1911 SCORE: CHICAGO 471 ILLINOISSD FIRST SEILER CII KUH CCI DAVENPORT CCI DAVENPORT CCI COPE CII BULLARD CII MENAUL CCI MENAUL CCI COYLE CCI CHICAGO SECOND DAVENPORT CCI RIERRIRIAN CII EARLII CCI TIXIBLIN CCI ROHRER CII BURWASH CII MORRILL CII BELTING CII I GRAHAM CII I MURPHY CII 130 THIRD EARLE CCI DRAKE CII CORTIS CII BARRON CII LONG CCI BEBB CII SPRINGE CII RECORD 104 1052 535 2305Q 41472 102132 5 ft. 931 in. 43 fn. 415111 12 ff. 14 in RECORD 1052 2062 25-IQ 2:04Q 4148 10:35 5 ft. 10 in. -14 ft. 4 in 11 ft 8 in, .,41- 4Qlll .ll .HWEUQHQE4 B Zlllinuis rank ecurhs EVENT 100-Yard Dash ..... 220-Yard Dash ..,.. 120-Yard Hurdles ,... 220-Yard Hurdles ..., -1-10-Yard Run. . . S80-Yard Run. . . One-Klile Run . .. Two-Klile Run. . . High Jump ..,.. Broad Jump ..., Pole Vault .... Shot Put ..... Discus Throw. .. Hammer Throw. . EVENT 35-Yard Dash ..... 50-Yard Dash ..... 40-Yard Hurdles 4-10-Yard Run .... 880-Yard Run .... One-Klile Run .,.. Two-Klile Run. . . High Jump ..,.. Pole Vault .... Shot Put ..,. Outdoor Records HOLDER ....Rlay, . . Bell ................. . . . Kline, Lazear, Brown. . . . .. Brown, '10 .,.......,.,... . .. Klills, Lindberg, '09, Hanley, ' .. Herrick, '11 ..,........ .. ,. Herrick, '11.. . .. East,'1O.... .. Clark. .,.,. . . .. Keator .,..... . .. hlurphy, 712. .. . .. Burroughs.. . . .. Brundage.. 1. .. . , Burroughs ..... .. . Indoor Records HOLDER .. Klay, 709. . .. .. Xlay, '09.. ...... .... . Dupuy, Jenkins, 709 .... . . Lindberg, '09 ...... . . Klcfully ....,... . Cope, '13 ..... . Gilkerson ..... . Kirkpatrick ..... . llurphy, '12 .... . Burroughs ..... "Cherry brandy is the latest color, So, at least Nze papers say. Pink 'uer1zz1'llz'0n is not in it, RECORD . . . :09".ls -2141.1 ... 116 .-751'. .........f .v soft- 10 .... .. ., .... 11582.55 ........-1:34 ... . . . . .915-11,15 6 ff. 14 ill. 22 ft. 11 in, 12 ft. 411 in. -11 ft. 71-5 in. 129 ft. 152 ft. 91'-n in. f . RECORD . . Z0-11.15 . . 1051.1 . . 1050 .TO . . .JD 2:0-1 . . . . . . .1O:O2'Y'.w 5 ft. 11 1n. 12 ft. in. 43 ft. 3 in. Wmz't you throw llzat lie G'lU!lj'?H'-LOUIE RUSSELL, 111K E. 131 132 K IA ffl'-fffm ffl 'L Revlew of the Conference HE FIRST coNFrRL1xcr MFLT exer staged on Illinois field was , held on Saturday, June -1, 1910. ,N lfisffi .. 5 to X ,V 3 . LQHCQ F9luI'eif ance if ' ' K, ,Eff J - . ... Si 1 V Lv . . , , A It was a great success, both financially Ui f and from an athletic standpoint. The ,g . largest attendance ever recorded for a Ll A Conference meet, nearly five thousand, ' " witnessed the events. The five records broken include the half-mile, the mile, the quarter-mile, the low hurdles, and the high jump. One mark, that of the two-mile run, was equaled. Davenport, of Chicago, Baker, of Uberlin, Nelson, of Wiashington State, and Philbrook, of Notre Dame were the individual stars of the meet. Davenport won two firsts and broke two records. Baker won two firsts, broke one record, and tied another. Nelson had victories in two short dashes to his credit, and Philbrook won two firsts and a third. Probably the most sensational race of the day was the mile event, in which Baker nosed out Dohmen of Wfisconsin by a scant foot. The showing of Davenport in the quarter and half-mile runs, and the sensational sprinting of Nelson were thoroughly brilliant. For Illinois, Klurphy, East, Springe, and Jones were point- winners. Their performances were exceptionally creditable, and reflected favorably on the work of Coach Gill. .3 x 100-YARD DASH-CHICAGO-ILL1No1s FRESHMEN 133 rf llllslL.IllilEllClllW Notre Dame Leland Stanford EVENT 100-yard Dash .. 220-yard Dash .. 120-yard Hurdles .. .... . 220-yard Hurdles .... .,.. 440-yard Run.. SSO-yard Run... Mile Run.. . Two-Mile Run ,. High ,lump . . Broad ,lump . Pole Vault . Discus Throw Hammer Throw. Shot Put, ... Relay Race. . . . . Qummarp uf the 1910 unferenne Illinois Field, June 4, 1910 FIRST NELSON CWash.J . ..,. NELSON CWash.b .EDWARDS CCal.J .FLETCHER CN. DJ DAVENPORT CChi.J DAVENPORT CChi.j BAKER COber.J BAKER COber.j FRENCH CK3H.l WASSON CN. DJ MURPHY CIl1.D Score Chicago Illinois SECOND WASSO N CN. DJ RICHARDS 0115.1 GARDINER CPur.b EDWARDS CCal,7 WAYMAN CL. SJ JARDINE CCo1.J DOHMEN CWis.D EAST CIll.j ADAMS CWisJ KRETZINGER CCal I JONES CIll.J 1 1B13LLAH CL.S.7 I PHILBROOK CN. DJ ALDERMANN CIa.b WOOLEY CL. SJ DIMICK CN. DJ PHILBROOK CN. DJ FRANK CMinn.D LELAND STANF'D CHICAGO 'New Records TReC0rd Tied - ' ..' Y H1-.,,,1gvfg, , A fic. , . 1...:1f' 1 ' . .u T y 3f :..'S1gA-fgilix-flxfi . - ', , V 1'-1:,:.-:':5"g rzgf-1112, . -- fi' -21.5- . : 3. 4 :a3,',g" 'gig -...nf 2.:7li5.,f"' ,Al - - Ay .. 'rf - - 21-'-0.1 .-fm " A 'v , -,n..,,,,.,. C .. .. Ei .. ,E w.1:...11.1g11...1. ' swf' ,Q -- - . Lf' 1 1--12.-1.-1.,.... 1 4 :V .. Illini me 1 C 1' . .1339 I ' " , .f "Tr-3 In '.-i'?"' 'ffl .,.i': T525 ---: ,Lf "Ai.1I .. ,1- 11.5111 -I I " RIM' N 4J..,m..1u-'1 100-YARD HURDLES-PURDUE MEET THIRD MCCOY CMia.J HILL CMinr1.j DONALD CCal.D BARNEY CW. RJ STOLZ CL SJ HULL CMir1n.J STEERS CN. DJ DANA CN. DJ . 13 . . . 12 RECORD -101 - 5 212 :1512 1244? 148234 1:56Q" 422012: 9:50 l PHILBROOK CN. DJ G ft. 2 inf .5 BELLAH CL. SJ 22 11. 11 in. 12 fr. 41111. PORTMANN CW. RJ 134 it. 63 in. GODDARD CS. DJ 139 ft. 5 in. SPRINGE CIl1.D 42 ft. G in. ILLINOIS 32311 100-Lf.-XRD DASH'CHICAC1O IYIEET 134 IHiWSPWIEWH3fxXiLPL A EV! if SQ- 1. X . -.- .L 4 , , 7 X k ff N , f ' W X - ,f -f- 13 f. A fx X, N X X N K ,X If ,MJ f Q X .-X-:,..: Y- f - J F ' 1- Q.- , . . f Qx Q . fi- T- llllllil lllll Review of 1911 Basketball Season HE 1910 BASKETBALL SEASON was full of upsets for several of the Conference teams and Illinois had her share. After the six weeks of practice the men were working together in good shape, but were minus the services of Plochman, the center, due to an injured shoulder. Illinois won the first game of the season with Indiana on January 7, by a score of 32 to 22, and the men were going finely the first part of the Chicago game, when Plochman unfortunately hurt a knee, throwing him out of the game for the rest of the season. Chicago won this game 23 to 17. The following Friday and Saturday, January 20 and 21, on the northern trip, the team took the Gophers' measure 18 to 17, but lost to Xiiisconsin 20 to 17. The last game of the first semester, with Purdue, was the hardest-fought contest of the season, and resulted in the defeat of the Illini by a score of 33 to 29. The next three weeks were taken up with exams, and in getting a new line-up in shape to play, for we had lost both forwards, Hall and Matter, who had been playing great ball. The Indiana-Purdue trip resulted in a defeat at Indiana, 19 to 15, but we beat Purdue by a good score, 25 to 15. The last two games were with Minnesota and Vl'is- consin, both contenders for the championship. Illinois won both games, 22 to 12, and 21 to 18, respectively. The Conference basketball race this year was the closest it has ever been. There were five teams in the running all of the time. Klinnesota and Purdue, the two teams which were tied for first, lost four games each, Illinois and Chicago each lost five, and Wvisconsin lost six. The five leading teams were evenly matched, and always played extremely close games. Illinois was unfortunate in losing so many close score games. They were never beaten by more than six points, while the rest of the losing games were lost by closer scores. Captain Bernstein played remarkably good ball all season. His consistent defensive work and fighting were of the greatest value to the team. Bernie has ended a brilliant career as an Illinois athlete. Poston's ability to score was very notable in the last few games, and was always a worry to his opponent. Vlioolston played a steady game all season, and should be an All-Yiiestern guard next year. Leo also played good ball, and with this season's experience back of him he should be a valuable man next year. White, who played Varsity basketball for the first time this year, rightfully earned his position. I-Iis fast work, both offensive and defensive, was a feature of every game. My, Im! cuff! Illinois jieldf 136 llll .ll .HlilEllE5lllFFl arsitp Basketball Qlieam Louis S. BERNSTEIN TIIOII.xs E. THOBIPSON The Team LOUIS S. BERNSTEIN fCaptainD . EMAIETT Y. POSTON ...... HERBERT T. LEO ,,.... XX-ILLIAM H. IYOOLSTON QCaptain-Electj . .IAIXIES G. XY!-IITE ...... .ALBERT L. I'I.-XLL .,..,. HERBERT J. WI,-XTTER . . HOBIER W. DIIHRINGER . Record of the Season January T Illinois ' Indiana. .. January Illinois Chicago ..., January Illinois Klinnesota. . . .Ianuary Illinois Wvisconsin, . January Illinois Purdue ..... February Illinois Indiana .... February Illinois Purdue. .. . February Illinois. .. .... Chicago. . . . . . February Illinois ..,.. .,.. 2 0 Northwestern Klarch Illinois Klinnesota .. hlarcli Illinois ..,.. . . . Wlisconsin Captain Coach Right Forward Left Forward Center Right Guard Left Guard Forward Forward Sub Center Llrbana Urbana Rlinneapolis IX'ladison Urbana Bloomington Lafayette Chicago Evanston Urbana Urbana YOUNG LADY TO DUTCH IXILELLER: " You are an artfully nice b0j',IJ1tlj'0ltIO0IC so much like a barlenzlerf' 137 QE? f- HU .H .HVUEH!'51HFlEf- QI? The 1910 Basketball Team DAHRINGER PQQSTON HALL GATES XYOOLSTON BERXQTEIN fCuptniuJ THUMPSUN fCo:1chJ LEU XYHITE 135 -1,-1 iw .ll .HIVUEHFJHF-38? Freshman Varsity Basketball Team KOPF THoMAsoN NOERENBERG fCoachp BISSELL GOLDBERG LEWIS SPORLEIN CHENEY CCaptninJ VVATERS CoNwAY HoFEMAx The Team CLARENCE E. NOERENBERG ...., F. R. THOMASON . R. P. HOFFMANN . H. L. CHENEY fCaptainJ . . H. E. LEWIS L l . V. SPORLEIN . J. A. GOLDBERG . . J. R. CONVVAY . E E . . XVATERS A. KOPF , G. F. BISSELL January 20 February 2 February 3 February 2-1 hlarch 10 March 11 Illinois. Illinois. Illinois. Illinois Illinois. Illinois. Record of the Season ,.....30, .,....22, ,,....18, 11 , Chicago ........... ...,..l3, Northwestern. . . . .. ...,..l2, The daisies! of C1l1S5.'GERE. E N. l39 Northwestern ...... Wheaton College. .. Evanston Y.hI.C.A. Chicago .........., 30 Coach Right Forward Left Forward Center Right Guard Left Guard Forward Forward Center Guard Guard Urbana Vifheaton Evanston Chicago Evanston Urbana --ff ,225 ' I C I' 4 fT IT T? Tiff X If-QiHIif?E4'T Kg EL 7 f' .HT A I' ,I ff, K? A 'gxfwwrm N, If' j' IAQ!! T If 4 ff. X Q Q X, J' xfi.c1 ff I E' . R Q 7-5,Sf ' T' ' fi., fefev Qffffi L X i AVC .E klfkf -I A V.,,"-,Q X, Ng-QC., 1-.X-7, -ff fxfffixkrg -,f I Q, -2 af-.- KA ,Jn X , ' .3 , I I f Af. if V I' ,' M- f ,f 11' , ,I W vfgad-:iff M, K ,XI ,S y Swimming and Water Polo Teams GEORGE B. NORRIS . . . Coach Swimming Team TVATTS C. CUTTER , , . Captain JOHN E.GOSSETT .. . . Captain-Elect H.AROLD B. ANDERSON LONSDALE GREEN CHAUNCEY B. OLIVER Water Polo Team HAROLD B. ANDERSON . . Captain CECIL D. HENRY . . . . Captain-Elect TYATTS C. CUTTER JOHN E. GOSSETT GUSTAV H. TNTUELLER PAUL A. NTCCASKEY CHAUNCEY B. XVATSON NEIL N. CAMPBELL GOSSETT COACH NORRIS HENR1' 140 Cie? r-'T' 'iw .ll .HIf7DEUE"5IHFlEf' mth uf the Season Chicago-Illinois Meet Bartlett Gymnasium, February 19, 1910 EVENT FIRST SECOND THIRD RECORD 40-Yard Swim G. IIINDSAYCCD OLIVER CID OTIS CID 0:2232 60-Yard Swim GREEN CID CoLI,INc:s CCD OLIVER CID CD:39fV.1 100-Yard Swim BEROERSONCCD GREEN CID CUTTER CID 1:11' Plunge for Distance G. I,INDs,xY CCD GOSSETT CID K. LINDSAYCCD 56 ft. ED in, Relay Race XDYOII by Chicago. 1Vater Polo Score: Illinois 5g Chicago 2 Chicago-Illinois Meet Illinois Gymnasium, February 26, 1910 ISVENT FIRST SECOND THIRD REcoRD 50-Yard Swim GREEN CID BENITX CCD LINDSAY CCD 0:32f' T5-Yard Swim GREEN CID BERGERSONCVCD COLLINGS CCD 0:53 100-Yarcl Swim BERGERSONCC,1xNDERSON CID XIEAGHER CCD 1:16',,-, Plunge for Distance G. LINDSAY CCD CIOSSETT CID R. LINDSAY CCD 55 ft. 2 in. Relay Race 1Yon by Chicago. DVater Polo Score: Illinois Zig Chicago L 'ix 3- Q. V Q.-.-NR.: v-:.f.g.-.431 .ENN -AQ:-W T1"l"'X 11'-rw: .A g l- 4. B. ..-of..-.M f l Q ' 'tr-M V -.f-.mc-3.-.CR 'I -E.. h SWIMMING POOL, IDIENYS GYIINASIUAI 141 ii? HUE.l1.HVUEHElUV2Ef- Varsity Swimming Team w ' . . ,. t,...,,..v GREEN RIKELLER RiCCAS-KEY NORRIS QCOCLCIID HENRY CUTTER ANDERSON G05-SETT 142 -9- YMNASTICS ge ga Review of 1910 Gymnastic Season AST YEAR was the first season in which Illinois took an active interest in intercollegiate gymnastics. The first meet was held with Chicago on April 8, 1910. The result was a victory for the Klaroon team by a narrow margin, the final score being, Chicago 10-15.75, Illinois 102-1.25. Considering the fact that this meet was the first gymnastic tournament in which three ofthe mem- bers of the team had competed, the showing of the team was especially en- couraging. A marked improvement in the work of the team was exhibited at the Wlestern Intercollegiate meet held at Klinneapolis on April 15. The lllinois representatives bested the Chicago team by eleven points, taking one hrst, three seconds, and three thirds in the various events. Captain Styles distinguished himself by winning the individual all-around gymnastic championship of the VVest. The personnel of the team remains intact for the present season. Edward E. Hollmann is the new captain-elect. Kieets were arranged with Chicago and Klinnesota, and representatives were sent to compete in the Wiestern lntercol- legiate meet at Chicago on April 22. The team of the present season is consider- ably stronger than it was last year, and it made a much better showing for the season. The large amount of experience gained will assist materially in devel- oping a championship gymnastic team. Varsity Gymnastic Team HANA tCoachj GEIST ROARK HOLLMANN STYLES QCaptainJ MA'rrHEws 143 'T . HU .H .HWEHQIUFQD HARRX' F. GEIST RAYMOND J. ROYARK LEIGH M. RIATTHEXVS CAPTAIN STYLES Varsity Fencing Squad Varsity Gymnastic Team EDVVARD B. STYLES . Captain EDWARD E. HOLLMANN . . Captain-Elect LEO G. HANA .... Coach The Gold Dust f7UfI1SH"SMEJK.-XL AND NAPRSTEK. 144 iffy? '3"w... QQ: Q91 ll I F ,I Varsity Tennis Team PHILIP B. IALIWIQ ..,..... Coach T. E. TXTUSSELMAN L. lY,xsIIBL'RN D. 17. TYILEY H. R. PARTRIDGE XY. Rl. RTCRIRI VVinners of 1910 Fall Tournament Singles T DR. XY. A. OI.DIfIxTHER W. Rl. RICKIIII, Runner-L'p Doubles DR. XY. A. OLDFATHER and DR. XY. bl. RTACNEAL H. R. PARTRIDGE and G. L. BTORRILL, Runners-Up The 1910 Tennis Squad PARIRIDGE OLIVER HAXX'K fCoachJ NTORRILL CI,.1.FI,IN 1Nf'TCK.XX' 145 mv' -O'C'C-EHRW Varsity Soccer Team ANDREW' S. Ti.-XRKOXV, Capt.: W. S. STRODE, Coachg HARRY' Y. CARSON, Manager The Team HOMER W. DAHRINGER . ..,,. , Goal LESLIE F. ATATHERS . . Right Back XYILSON KI. ATCKIRI , . Left Back ANTHONY P. LAGORIO . . Right Halfback FIDXVARD M. JASPER . , Center I-Ialfback REDICR XV. ATARTEN . . . . Left I-Ialfback XYILLIAM XY. XIAPP ,,.., , Right Outer Forward ANDREW S. Ti,-XRKONV CCaptainD . . Right Inner Forward FRANK I.. ROAIAN , . Center Forward STROTHER A. BRIGGS Left Inner Forward XYALDEMAR TXIARKOXV Left Uuter Forward CLARENCE -I. WDLFI-' Substitute Gustav G. FoRNoE1-' Substitute HARRH' Y. CARSON ....,.. Substitute Record of the Season October 29 Illinois. . . . 0, Christian Brothers College. 5 St. Louis November 5 Illinois... , 3, Chicago .,..,......,.,... O Chicago. November 12 Illinois. .. 6, Chicago .......,.. .. 1 Urbana Varsity Soccer Team STRODI2 LCont'hJ ID.-XHRINGER INT.-XTHERS Woufif C.xRsoN LMgr.J I,,uavR1o JASPER AIARTEN Yfxm' Rmux A. KARRDW fCaptainJ BRIGGS W. If.-XRKOW l-16 rw qxwri W il ,fir I - lift-,.f,.Q1Iff .fb NI tw i O M- Q The 1910 Interscholastic Meet HE 1010 INTERSCHOLASTIC was one of the largest and most X successful ever held at Illinois. Over 1 ninety schools were represented by A nearly six hundred athletes. Three in- I I terscholastic records were broken, one of the new records being a world's mark. University High took first place, with twenty-six points, hrlilford was second with eighteen: and Hyde Park was third with twelve. The other T. E. THox1PsoN Munuger 1910 Interscholustif- by Berry, of Yates, of Ga schools trailed along, the lowest score being one-seventh of a point. C. C. Wl1.LMoR1a Manager 191 1 In terscholnst ir' Byrd, of XIilford, was the individual star, scoring thirteen points. Inci- dentally, he set a new world's record of 139 feet, 5 inches, in the discus throw, breaking Giffin's old record by nearly ten feet. The other records broken were Beardstown, with a hammer throw of 106 feet, 91 inches, and by lesburg, who ran the half-mile in the fast time of 2:01 2 5. Interscholastic Records and Holders ..i EVENT HOLDER DATE RECORD 5I1fYard Dash. ,. . BODEN, Hyde Park 1805 :ll51' .1 ECKERSALL, Hyde Park 1003 .. 100- S. MAY. Rochelle ,.,.... .. .. . . 1005, , 1053 HARRISON, Crane .. ..... . 1000 , , 3053 .1 100-Yard Dhsh ..,. ECKERSALL, Hyde Park ,. . 1003 . 210 220-Yard Dash ...... ECKERSALL, Hyde Park ,. 15103 .. . .. 122 4-10-Yard Run ...... MARTIN, Oak Park ...,,. , . 1008 514 'J RS0AY:1rd Run .. ...,.. . .YATES Gale-sburg , , 1010. , 2:1113 5 Mile Run. . ...,... .,... . . BERKSTRESSER, Mt. Carroll 1006 . 1:35 220-Yard Hurdles .. . DUFF, Normal , ....., . , 100S . .. 125-1,75 High ,Iump.... ,,....... IDOUGHERTY, Biggsville 15100 5 ft. 11 in. Broad ,lump ..,.. .. . LEWIS, Pittsfield ,,,. , , 1008 ,..,... 22 ft. S34 in. Pole Vault ..... . ENO5, Alton ....., ,......., . 1008. . .. 11 ft. lg in. KIMBALL, LaGrange 1908 .... ..... 11 ft. lg in. Shot Put .. .. . ,. BYRD, Milford.. ..,.... .... . . H1010 ....... .. . 49 ft. 10 in. Hammer Throw UBERRY, Beardstown ..1910. .... .,,. . .,..106 ft. 911 in. Discus Throw . . . . BYRD, Milford .... .......... 1 1110 .. .. 130 ft. 5 in "Well I guess lim! is rzhoznf all I have I0 ray."-G. I'IL'FF. 1-17 rfffiflllll .Il ,lllWEll9:1lllFlF, f Summary uf 1910 ilntersnhulastic Illinois Field, May 21, 1910 Score University High, Chicago .,.. , 20 Klilford., ...........,,.,. ... 18 Hyde Park, Chicago ....,..,......,..,. 12 50-yard Dashiluipski, University High C123 Knight, University High C225 Cahn, Wendell Phillips C32. Time, 595. 100-yard Dash-Knight, University High C12, Wialker, Highland Park C22g Phelps, Oak Park C32. Time, 1025. 220-yard Dashk1Valker, Highland Park C12g Phelps, Oak Park C22g Lipski, Cni- versity High C32. Time, 23. 440-yard Run, 1st race-Yates, Galesburg C125 Smith, Hyde Park C225 Plunkett, University High C32. Time, 5255. 410-yard Run, 2nd Race-Dunn, Rushville C123 Breathed, Xlvendell Phillips C125 1X'1athis, Danville C32. Time, S80-yard Run, 1st Race--Tate, Englewood C12 Decker, University High C223 Fairfield, Oak Park C32 Time, 2:05. SSO-yard Run, 2nd Race-Yates, Galesburg C12g Campbell, University High C22g Harvey, 2Yest Aurora C32. Time, 220191. Klile Run-Kraft, Oak Park C125 Davis, Averyville C22g hlerrill, Chillicothe Time, 4:4-1. 220-yard Hurdlesfluoomis, University High C123 Roberts, Hyde Park C22g Hop- kins, Hyde Park C32. Time, 2615. High glumpfelkahl, Milwaukee C12, Skaggs, Harrisburg C22, Yickey, Fairfield, C32. Height, 5 ft. 0 in. Broad .lump-Cahn, Wvendell Phillips C12, XYahl, Milwaukee C225 lVilford, West Aurora C32. Distance, 21 ft. 21,2 in. Pole Vault-Thomas ,Hyde Park C125 Xliilmoth, Klilford C22. Height, 10 ft. 9 in. Shot Put-Byrd, Klilford C121 Norgren, North Division C221 Wvilmoth. X1ilfordC32. Distance, 18 ft. 3 in. Hammer Throwff'Berry, Beardstown C125 Byrd, Klilford C22, Timian, Ashland, C32. Distance, 166 ft. 011 in. Discus Throw-Byrd, hlilford C12g Butts, Knoxville C223 Xlerrill, Chillicothe C32. Distance, 130 ft. 5 in. "Wftl1 all due resped fo Dean Clark, your method is wr llg.M1FRANK SCOTT. 143 GLASS ATHLE UGS ff ir f-kk K' X X x , ff fi ' 'X A f f 4 iz W X 'fl , ff!! ,vf4ff+ L , , , X : , 5 6541252 , 4- 1 V 'X ' Q T 'Fifi . , '. 4 'V' 77:3 'fi - ' , ' Y , Jj""'4ag:::"'lI-'Hlliglv 5 1 I W . J i ' ,.al, q J 'I , , -P'- 53 95 N n , , fi: .,,. ,sl " lf 1' '- 122 .1-w"f--vi-ir". 3 Hg Qt f ,1 ' dim li. .g:isg5:,:e:": A ' ,,,,,,Y,, ,wr Y Qgafsxw ' ,fr , A 1 32, 7 555 , U Wg. lr g 'ffpaf- , ".-AQ..1'1 1 X11 4 e!EEi:ai L:LEii-gill' h Y. ,I I If f- K 3 ?v'g f zr- Q- V ,11 5 A, ,K 'X Z7 ji fy' Af" XX f i f V X2J1f Qi 'V ,-f' 1 A' 140 a XQHH .ll .HFIWIEHFIHFE ETP 1911 Class Football Team CRMVFQRD QCouchb ELLISON DOWNS BL.-XKESLEE FOERSTERLING SIMOXIXI G.ARRETT TRUMAN lN1ILES XVAGNER 1X"11'ELLER PETRY CCnptainJ 111,-XDDEN HOBLER 1912 Class Football Team Class Champions HENDRICKS IQEMM,-KN TIl3Bli'l"I'S CADOGAN HEIDKAM1' GIRTON HoPK1Ns DOUGHERTY CARLSON LIVELY NEWLIN BUTLER EVANS HL'LL flY11lI'1il,ffCl'D H.ALL QCaptair1D HUXMANN Fare powders, paints, and all beauty f7'6lI771S deuzmzslralzfd by 1DOOLEY, A K E, 150 -ff' SW .ll .HlfllEllE5lUV'l - E13 1913 Class Football Team lXl0lfFAT XYALLACE lCzlptuinJ GREEN LARKIN LANE MCCUNE WARNER REIMERT MANN CHEcm,Ex' CHASE BVCKLEY FISHER 1914 Class Football Team HARR1soN Fll'1l,l5 Smvsox ST.-XLLIXGS lCoachJ Homuxs Kms GUDLEY KALSAI, RICR MCCOY Wmsox HCLDEN GLICK Pom-1EML's ADE GOXSIOR COCHRAN QCupminJ CLARK PAYXE iklgmuge-rl Hurry Fullcs, bless his little lzeari. 151 ff' XQHH ,H.HW1EHElllWE+ 1911 Class Baseball Team STEINGARD ALLEN BL.-XKESLEE BANNISTER POND DICK COOPER HOBLER MUELLER GROVES 1912 Class Baseball Team Class Champions HEIDKAMP BACK V ANTUYLE NEWLIN IQEMMAN CHAMPION NAU QManagerJ LAING HINCHLIFF GLAIR You can not keep a good man down.--C. C. ELLISON. 152 ' Hll all .HVIEHQHFQD 1911 Class Basketball Team Class Champions 1912 Class Basketball Team If vozz ran't do anvllzing lo help aI01zg.jz15! s11z1'Ie.-HELEN J 153 OR ff Xfllll .ll .lIaU:llEHEilUVlE? 4 1913 Class Basketball Team FISHER HANDKE KINIBELL CManagerJ THOMASON L. KIMBALL PALMER LAGORRIO TATGE MIATHERS HANKINS LOBAUGH 1914 Class Basketball Team JOHNSON RICH HANLEY KNUDSON CManagerb ROWE HUDELSON CCaptainJ BAILEY CARTER "We want girls' dormilories because we need pr0lection."-IRMA VOIGT. 154 I . , ,-,X X ,XFX 4 r 'z 'X Il .- fx.-' -.f N f ,hz f"' ' .. 0 J- I, ri f vv ryfggc I j . .+a"x ' 2 X ,,, A ' 44? uf 5 . r ,., ...,g,- ,gr-gl, .qv .Degas 3. -qw, f ' ' . 1,, iv 1 ,AA,Z,,?M , " ,,,,,.1:5b: r-A ,A ,,. . l gx X xr, K- ., lft , 4 ' ' ' gfumkrf P9 ,if5'7wAw'M QIUXV W ' Q 1 55 ?lu:utenant Qiulnnel Qhmnnh Qbustahe ,fecbet Ilulp ll N44 jDlJUI.'lllfJEE 16 1010 1 1 x ' w X 1 . ,ilfiu 2-s 5 A-jwff fir W4 . - w' V 'R' "N, 9' , ... - X ' Wf .' " . - .G 'f , , 4. Y Ask.. 'r ' - . P-A . L. -ji. . I .1 4. - . r -M- r. ,v . 5 '-.Qw-f 9 , , v p , L. . f - 156 UN VBRSIT BG ENT .: .L,.-Qs: - - V xv t . it Q ,. s . S , ,l ,'1fXYN: " ilu,-4, ml .1"A r:lg" V. 1' 4 , 5, ., i N . Y.. ,, W . F. .Fx ,A 41-.su if. ' 1-1, X' f' MAJOR BIURSE P. W. SWERN , F. L. STOUT H. R. HELMLE , E. A. HERRCRE 0. XY. R. lv.-XNDERER Xl. C. ALESHIRE F. BLARESLEE G. H. RTLTELLER . PAUL KIRCHER , L. H. GR,XVES . Y. R. SLADEK . C. R. HORRELL . L. T. GREGORX' . E. H. LESLIE . N. C. TCE . Commandant of Cadets BENJAMIN CLARKE TXTORSE Klajor Twenty-Seventh United States Infantry FREDERICK XYILLI.-XM POST Arinorer and Administrative Assistant Field and Staff Oflicers . Colonel . Lieutenant-Colonel . Xfajor First Battalion . Klajor Second Battalion . Klajor Third Battalion . Captain and Regimental Adjutant . Captain and Regimental Quartermaster . Captain and Regimental Commissary . Adjutant First Battalion . Adjutant Second Battalion , Adjutant Third Battalion , Regimental Sergeant-Nlajor . Sergeant-hlajor First Battalion . Sergeant-Klajor Second Battalion . Sergeant-Rlajor Third Battalion "My good friends, Mr. Taft, Mr. Knox," 6lL'.'DE.-KN IKINLEY. l57 HU 111 .HIVDEHQIUVQ -9 ei? Senior Regimental Oiiicers FE1.r,uws BURTON CAMP ENQYIZR LEE REED PIE.-XTER FRAZEE Mx'ERs ZETEK ZERBILE KARKOW RLTSSIELL WHEELER COGSXVELL HICKS iXil'liI.l.ER BLAKEs1,EE ALESHIRE SWERN SToi'T HEI,NII,E HERRCKE XVAXDERER Junior Regimental Officers IJix1.LEN1z.xciH CLARK XVEII, Biams Liao BAGLEY HtNl2I'l'NER IQR.-XNNERT HELL ScHw.uz'1'zE VAN DEUSEN Annu LEuN,xRD INm:ERsu1.r, INGRAM SWEITZER BERKEx1Ex'ER RIARTIN KICINTYRE E. ifIRCHER IsR.xEL SCI-IYNDXIER ERSKIXE ixIA'l'THI2XYS BMI: BIXYH Pwr'1'ER P. ICIRFHER GRAVES SLADEK RICH HAM' INGALLG. IVII11 HICll'll1l"JZN fair Ill' laws lu roam. UVIIIIIU XIII! armllzar lures ul 11011142 -V. H. CAR'1'wR1GH'1'. IBN Wi HH .Il .HiVUEUE'1iUii'lEn B umpanp QBffiters First Battalion Company A Company C hi. P. FELLows, Captain C. O. REED, Captain E. A. KIRCHER, First Lieutenant M. E. AVRIL, First Lieutenant W. C. BERKEMEYER. Second Lieutenant W. G. CLARK, Second Lieutenant Company B Company D W. E. HICKS, Captain O. H. LEE, Captain L. E. D.iLt,ENn.-ten, First Lieutenant H. B. HL'LL, First Lieutenant W. R. BICINTYRE, Second Lieutenant L. F. G. D. L. V. L. Y. A. L. R. C. E. F. H. T. H. C. 1.-niEs L. M. W. R. E. A. W. E. S. G. BIARTIN, Sccoiid Lieutenant Company E J. W. AlYERS, Captain ROBERT BACK, First Lieutenant E. W. SCHWARTZE, Second Lieutenant Second Battalion Company A I Company C ZERBEE, Captain A. S. ICARKOW, Captain BAGLEY, First Lieutenant L. M. APGAR, First Lieutenant SCHUNDNER, Second Lieutenant F. B. LEox.iRD, Second Lieutenant. Company B Company D BL'RToN, Captain G. U. Coosn'ELL, Captain ISRAEL, First Lieutenant W. V. IxoR.nt,7First Lieutenant SCOTT. Second Lieutenant A. M. Sixioxs, Second Lieutenant Company E E. A. RANDALL, Captain A. B. VAS DEESEN, First Lieutenant H. B. INGERSOLL, Second Lieutenant Third Battalion Company A Company C HEATIER, Captain A. L. ENGER, Captain LEC, First Lieutenant R. D. INGALLS, First Lieutenant ICR.-XXNERT, Secontl-Lieutenant KENNETH BEER. Second Lieutcnan Company B c Company D ZETEK, Captain A. W. AYHEELER, Captain RIATTHEXYS, First Lieutenant E. W. ERS-KIXB, First Lieutenant SWEITZER, Second Lieutenant C. W. fi.-XTES, Second Lieutenant Company E 1. T. RUSSELL. Captain xl. R. XYELLS, First Lieutenant E. -I. HOEPPXER, Second Lieutenant Battery Signal Company CAMP, Captain AI. D. FR.-XZEE, Captain RICH, First Lieutenant E. R. Al.-XTH, First Lieutenant HART. Second Lieutenant E. -I. POTTER, Second Lieutenant The Illini elerlion Ilzis year was llze clemztfsl ever held. 159 t f w I J E E 2 I Y, w 1 R F 1 W 1 l ,L Q 160 l ut .n .unsutnura E egimental nmpetitihe Illinois Field, May 18, 1910 VVinner of University Gold Medal HIZRBERT T. LEO First Sergt-gint Company B, Third Battalion Winner of Hazelton Gold Medal H.-ws IECKERT Ll1l1CCiCOTIlQI'1ll Company E, Second Battalion Winner of Company Competitive Company B, Second Battalion P. W. SXYERN, First Lieutenant O. W. R. 111-XNDERIQR, St-cond Lieutt-nunt Winner of Artillery Competitive Third Detachment of the Battery E. A. RICH, First Sergeant Winners of Signal Company Competitive Fling! Competitive: Fourth Flag Section 'll-legmpli Cmnpt-titivt-: Fifth Telegriipli Section VVinner of Rifle Competitive Ride Team of Company C, Second Battalion Rifle Team of Company C. Set-ond Battalion E. H. lXlcFAR1..xND, First Sergeant Military Day Exercises Illinois Field, May 30, 1910 IXIAJOR-GENERAL EDWARD C. Yorxo, Commginder Illinois National Guard, Guest of Hnnor Order of the Day Regimental Parade '..,........ Review of Regiment-lXfl:ijonGenera1 Young , Presentation of Medals .....,..., Addresses ....,....,,...,.., Introductory-PREstDENT E. J. j,xix1Es Presentation of Watch-MAJOR O. E. FENCE RCSQOHSG-L1EUTENANT-COLONEL E. G. FECHET Address to the CZ1flCtSmlX1.-XJOR-CJENERAL Yorxc- Retreat-Lowering of the Flag ............. Memorial Services-Mount Hope Cemetery ....... . 'Tiuus a fold day for Fisher 'ZUIIEII Iac' fame out. 161 2:00 2:20 2:45 3:00 4:00 4:30 V w 2 I ? i F 1 4 1 F 2 162 if M J ,Lv 1, UN In H IX . ,, , 163 ,Iv , L 1 x YM ? ' , HY' as- ,, 9 A 'fp A I 4, jf fx, , . g -gggf,,,,?Qx J' I -- Q 9 . gk H ,Q 2,1 ,-,Lf 4 w 4" 2 1 f 4 I jlfgll'-, 'I A 'V 1 - ' Z:-3 Y, . 'xx'-7'f? 4, VW- Af-4 .ir ' 1- W '- fa ' ,P xxfmfff " ' " Q 'Q -' 3'--M..f'f:,Qi?' ' 4. 15 5 J Q . ,Engl .- , 'N . ' ' f iyvfpf , . x -A If , im I j r , A -Ya - , -1- A " 5 . . Q9 A A' N - I 1 2, Y J yi, J 3 - ,af f fu' Q f ' ' , ' Mm14"' A 'T , 4 V fb' "u"w., ' "zip A ' 3 Q A . ' - ' fV"2W,...' f n,W'+'W"""" ' " 5. - V- V-if? . 813. - ' ' f A ' ff, f,f "fA ' - 2. fi.. ' f '- 5 an f 4. -1, if 1- .21 ' 4,592-b., I . ,if If ,A ,mx lj ' I ' -VJ If U 1 ' 1' 'w,,3Q.,,.J-'f:f,f A' 5 A V. - ,MA f- A - , f 1. -' " - 1 Q .-f - -9435, A - - 4' ' i I is A mm A 'P-Ffa 'Y' ffff :f..,.. A , I L ir, ,...,. as , w, 45 , 1 , ' . - M M . 2 1 . :H , .52-Q,-7 :ff f-fs K U5 A 'gif M' A .- f' fy:-, 4 51. 1 -Q Q ' rn' ,cj --'I 'z52'f"' -, 5 "" -f' HH .ll .HFUEHQW93 THE BAND OUT-OF-DOORS I Yfrr V Ymd-?.,TQ A- s-.- A I ':::LL ....,. :img ' A V J V Am, in T - min V .L.....r ....,.. .........-...,.?-Ulu., , -... 01.6--A... ....x-., ,,....,Y- - .......,,.. i K. Y ULTTM Wa.-Mf 4 -Wg .-.H ' ..., V .-- ..... K Q ,Q QA' a A N x :fix - 4'-s lb' A 511' Bib 1.1 Q - a 'LN' X :Q THE BAND INDOORS 164 UN bvsns' I I E I DIREQIOR HARDIN Solo CZCZFJDIIFYJ' F. M. LESCHER M. W. CIIERROWSRY B. S. HITE A. J. ALBRECI-IT Firff Clariizffr J. R. SHULTERS L. S. PARIDICE J. L. BURT Ii. IV. HARRIMAR Second C!HI'I.Ilc'f.S' D. D. KIRK R. R. HAWRIN5 R. B. PONDER M. S. AIASON Third Clarinefr O. J. BERG H. AIATIIEWS A. H. CARIPBELL F. E. IRICH.-KRT Alto Clariizff R. SHAVVL Barr Clrzrinui E. G. BRANDS rllio Saxoplzoner W. S. GENTRX' R. M. PARKS Sliowy Cos A. A. HARDING . I". M. IIESCIIER A. J. :XLBRECHT R. C. COGSXVELL Y. A. MATIIIS . M. S. MASON . E. C. WICKINNIE Officers Director Assistant Director President Secretary-Treasurer Librarian Drum-AIajOr Business Alanagei Instrumentation Fluffy and Pifrolor A. W. AMES P. S. HANNA W. C. IIIURNER F. D. RIXTCLIFFE E-Fla? Cfm'i1zi'f W. M. STEIIPEL F-Flirty R. R. REES Oboe E. G. YOUNG Bafroon R. C. COGSXVELL Cflfo M. K. AIILLER Sfring Barr C. T. FRISINC-ER Snort' Drnnzr F. Y. SIILCR H. ANDREWS Bizfr Drnzn H. H. BUSSE TA'nipr11zia1IrlB6l!5 H. NELSON E-Flat Tnbar H. E. AIANDEVEER C. E. PALMER Barifonf Saxopfzone F. C. FEUTZ Tenor Saxophone I . STEVENS Solo Cornaif L. III. RILEX' C. T. I-IULI. G. R. HESS W. I. KIRBX' Fifi! Cornuly W. IV. AIILLER A. E. BARRADELI. R. H. JONES Trn Inpetr M. CRUSE G. B. KICWIILLEN Frmrli Horns Y. A. RIATIIIS J. H. SCIIROEDER J. M. TIIOIIAS J. E. AIOSIMAN Fizzfz' Tronzbonef C. H. 'THRELKELD IC. C. RICKINNIE Surond Tronzbonar W. H. FIIAYLOR F. M. POXVERS Barr Trombone J. W. SIMONS Baritonw C. A. HOLTON L. B. WQILKER BB-Flat Banff C. E. SMITH B. I... IQIRK in llzf' house of gtlZld.'gAANY DELTIS CI.O'I'IIEs. I 65 .-Q 3 .E 75 -c 2111 and CC I EG IE U z C CL Id 2:1 ME L M rn: ...- om z fc ,-I P I Q L5 EE 4.2 U42 ES m Em Z z 4 z Q-M Z 4 :E one 212 A E4 an z an sz 42 P1 4 Q Ld c.: E E H .1 9 III E T wx Gum HlNCHI.I1fF HANNA IIITE H W INSXYK DRT A HART AMRO Sn RTS Rumi CRAPNELL IELDIER N F Mos M.-x ENDRICKSON H AIR JT.' U ,Q Z 4 E QT .2 D- 5' 5 an '-3 S v-4 IJ. -I ,-. 2' Z L4 'D z La 4 5 P.. E z :J D Z i 74 611515 ' NDO GLU Oflicers I. P. HANNA, '11 . . I. lj. MOS-1x1,xN, '11 . . XY. B. BUCRLEY, '13 . . H. F. GLAIR, '12 . . . XY. H. BENNETT, '1-1 . . Glee Club GREGORY YIGEANT, '12 Ffrff Tenor! C. E. CRAPNELL, '11 L. XY. GLOVER, '11 G. C. RICE, '11 XY. XY. AINSWORTH, '12 R. D. LONGLEY,'1-1 StT01ld Twzorf L. E. FOCLESONO, '11 C. S. ROBERTS, '12 GREGORH' X'IGEANT, '12 H. F. GTJJXIR, '12 XY. B. BUCKLEY, '13 Mandolin Club H. L. HENDRICKSON, '13 . . . Fifi! M'a1zd0Iz'715 XY. F. L.-XNGELIER, '11 KENNETH BEBB, '12 L. Xl. XYENTER, '12 ll. L. ANGAROLA, '12 H. L. HENDRICKSON,'113 P. C. KERAN, '13 H. XY. DAY, '13 Tmz01'IU'a11c2'0lf1 XY. C, BERKEMEYER. '12 Cello KL K. BIILLER, '12 Fluff and Cff1rz'1zfzf A. J. ALBRECHT 167 President Yice-President Secretar5'-Treasurer Business Manager Accompanist . . .Leader Barz'f01zf.v H. Y. HILL, '11 J. P. HXNNA, '11 -I. E. MOSIMAN, '11 H. S. FIELDER, '12 Bains XY. R. C.-X1XIP,'1l l. XY. Ll.-XRT, '12 G. L. l'l1NCHLII"F, '12 C. L. GUST,-xEsON, '12 . . . Leader SEEOIZH' 1'l1fl1ILZ'0ZI'7ZJ' A. XY. HOBLER, '11 H. El. KLOTZ, '12 NICIIOLS, '13 bl. L. P. HOLT, '13 Czzifarf R. 12. BLACRBURN. '13 G. P. SHXMBO, '1-1 fllazzdofvffo J. H. TYLER, '1-1 Banjo P. C. R1CH,'l1 Drzmzs F. XY. SHUCK, '1-1 'If I keep 021. I H111 Zmznzd I0 nmlce nz hi! in x0Hzell11'11g.' -IULIES GOEBEL IR. D HOR ' ORG 50 BT Board of Directors 11ENRY B. XYARD . . . President CHARLEs H. KIILLS . . Director MRs. CoNsTANcE BARLOXV-SMITH . , Secretary ,lANIEs H. KELLEY .,.. . . Treasurer A. FRANK FAY BERT A. SPALDINQ FRANK T. KEGLEX' .XLBERT lf. 11'UEsTENIAN CIIARLEs M. Kloss The Concerts Soloists for the Christmas Concert, December 13, 1910 HIXXDEVS "MlfSSl.-KH" klEssIE LYNDE HoPKINs. eontralto XYILLIANI CARVER 11'ILL1A:x1s. bass llARRIET CHASE, soprano XY. BARLOXV Ross, tenor Soloists forthe Klajv Festival, Klay S, 9, 10, 1911 1,L'C1I.E r1wEXYKSBURY, soprano CHARLES HARGREAvEs, tenor ciEN1TV1EVE 1YHEAT, Contrialto RICHARD CZERXVONKY, violinist KlARCL'S IMELLERMAN, bass CARLO 1"IsCI1ER, 'cellist Supported by the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra under tlIe direction of Emil Oberhoffer. conductor Members of the Choral Society AI. E. Ak'K1?R'IA GRALE .XLYERSCN I.. C. B.-XRIRIQR 3lIXN1Z'ITA BARBER L. P. BAL'xI.IN C. BIEIQRS NIUHN BELIING OLIVER j. BERG GLAnYs BEYIZRLIN KIAYME HELEN BEYERLIN N. R. BL.-X'IH1iRWIL'K FRANK S. B4:ALs MRs. XY.-XYIZRIA' BonENsCIIA1'z LL'EI.L.-X BoNIJ A. C. BOYLE Lows BRANIJT THQNIAS BRIEGGER TAB1'I'HA j. BRoA1iHt'Rs'I' INA KIAY BRLIWN H. A, BROWN VERNA L1 BRIIWN Hlil,EX H.xNEs MAIIEL HAYEN ELNIA HliRN DR. josEI'H HEL'HT NELL HIZDRICIQ LAVRA HI42Xll'bN CARIE HERDNIAN L.-XNINU1'lIX HLIWARD HosxIER MA RY BLA XCH12 Home EDITH HI'Nr ELNIA HUNT BlAY HI'NT EIJNA HL'N'l'ER M. 1E1l"I'f'HINS LoI'IsE jANIEs CEIAIJYS joIINsoN RQY C, KIUNES W. E. josEI1H EMMA xl1"1i'1'l1N C. F. 1iEI,LY F. E. PARKINS NELI. PERRY CoRA PENN ALMA P1IILI3RooK K1RS.J. F. P1NKER1'oN A. C. PITTQN MRs. 1. M. PoNIERoY ELLEN PIIYYEL PAVLINE PRINI F. S. PRINCE ll.-XRY RATHsACK W. H. RAYXER J. W. READ ENos RIENNER JULIA RENNER MRs. FLLIRENCE REINBOLT MRs. G. REYNoLDs IAIOGEN RIXER KIARG.-XRE'I' RIXIQR FLIJRENCE ROYAL C. M. RIIEFER GLADYS SAIPEEL HBUl'L'1llTI'0 tim! I."fFRxNK LESCHER. ' 10S T' HU .U .HIVIIEUPIUVQ Members of Choral Society CCOntinuedJ NORA BROWNPIELD ELIZABETH BRYAN CJARRETA H. BIQSEY CC RA CALLAGAN G. V. CARRIER PALLINE CARRIER NELI. CARROLL LUYILLA B. CARSON ROLL.-AND CATLETT If.-XTHERINE T. CHASE R. H. CLARKE ELIZAIIETH CLAUSEN H. D. CLAYEERG ELEAXOR AIARIE COME GERTRCDE CORLETT IDA B. DEWEY MAI'DE DENNY MRS. C. E. DICKSINSON GARNETT DICKINSON HELEN DOHSON F. D. DUNN H. H. DYNN MRS. F. ELLIS RIINNIE EENIG HELEN ENNINGER DELBERT ENOCHS LOLIS S. ESCH.-UXSIER J. EDWARD EVANS HARRIETT EVANS AI. I. EYERSOLE GEORGIA FARTHING A. F. FAY CL.-XRIBEL FEHRMAN C. W. FENDER MABEL FIELDING CHARLES A. FISCHER RIAA' FLCYD E. H. FORSYTH L. M. FORT J. R. FOSTER LELAND FONYLER RALPH W. FRENCH PAFL B. FRITCHEY M. H. FROEHLICH ROSA LEE GAUT DONALD M. GLOVER LEONARD GLOVER H. F. GODEKE MRS. H. F. GODEKE J. A. GOLDIIERG H. M. GOODYEAR MRS. P. S. GOLLDE RUSSELL P. HALL EIABEL HALLIDAY AMY HAMPTON A. A. H.ARDIXG MRS. WILLIAM S. HARTFORD EDWIN L. HASKER A LZVPKIIIZ 'willz II tl. H. IQELLEY LOIS KEYS FLORENCE KIRKUP C. H. IQXOWLES BETH IQNOXYLTON AIICHAEL KRLUSS ELIZABETH LAELIN SOPHIE LANGE ROMONA L.-XFER GRACE LEAK E. H. LESLIE VEST.-X LEWIS IDA LINDLEY INEZ LINDSEY RUTH LINTON ETHEL LITTLE W. C. LORENZEN D. A. LOHTZENHEISER EL'I.A IJOUTZENHEISER F. W, BIARQCIS U. R. AIATHENY GRACE NICBEATH SALLIE I. RICCALL LOIS AICCOBB D. W. MCCOY HES-TER MCGEEHEE ELIZABETH RICGILL W. R. RICINTIRE ETHEL RICSMITH MAY O. AIILLER HELEN NIILLIGAN F. M. AIILNE -IEANETTE AIITCHELL CECILE INIONTGOMERY CHESTER AIONTCROSS CHARLES AIOORE XI.-XRY R. NIOORE NEALLY IXIOORE P. C. EIOREHOIISE CHARLES L. IYIORGAN MRS. J. C. RIORSIZ OLGA BIOS!-ER CLEDA V. MOSES CHARLES M. MOSS IK.-XTHARINE AIOURNING NELLIE MOLIRNING GENE NEWBCRN R. U. NICOLS HELEN F. NOON E. L NORTON A. H. OGLE W. A. OLDFATHER H. L, OLIN C. E. OLMSTEAD FLORENCE GLSON ELLERY B. PAINE ELIZABETH PARR DIARY P.-XTCI-IIN GLADYS SAFFEL ETHEL SALISBURY G. SANGDAHL EMMA SCHALLER GERTRIIDE SCHILL G. W. SCHROEDER M. SEYERINGHAUS BERTHA SHARP ETHEL SHARP ANNA SHEPARD IDA M. SHOIWVELL MRS. W. F. SHULZ FRANCES SIMPSON SARAH SLATER IRA SMITH JESSIE A. SMITH LEOTI V. SMITH MRS. R. S. SMITH C. H. SOLLE W. H. STALLINGS EDITH STEWART FRANK W. STIPP FRANK W. STRONG A. H. SUTHERLAND LILLIE SYMONS DONALD M. SNVIFT M. D. TAYLO ALICE THOMPSON MRS. EDWARD THLRSTUN V. H. TODD ALPHA TORNQLISI' FERN TRUMAN H. -I. VAN CLEVE W. C. VALITLE D. VOSE CONSTANCE VOSE C ORA WALLACE E. H. XVALWORTH H.ARRIET VV.-XRD D. E. XVARREN H. R. XVARNE NORA W ATKINS SADIE XYATKINS HELEN WEIIBER N. A. WELLS LAURA VVENHOLZ LAURA VVIDDES A. L. XVILLI.-AMS MRS. ELMER WILLIAMS MRS. ROY WILLIAMS BERTHA VVILLIAMSON MRS. F. G. WYILLSOX D. W. VVILSON P. L. WINDSOR MRS. P. L. WINDSOR ELSA WINTERMIRE VIGLA AVOLF G. WOOD J. L. WVORRELL N. A. WRIGHT rude IIwakcrzing.-YEAGER. FP A 6. 169 I Y i E 4 I I , 1 1 E I B1 55 170 4, I X I QI Y f 1 1 - , . 171 Art Stat? .Art Editor Y 1912 Illio Board RAY C. AICL.-XRTY . . Editor-in-Chief CHESTER O. FISCHER . . Business Aianager fl. . .Q 1 Editorial Staff I A '11 HAROLD H. HERBERT . Associate Editor XVALTER ROMAN . . Assistant Editor ,K ' 1 ,.L. GILES E. KEITIILEY HERBERT R. HEDMAN IDA B. DEWEY . . RIXLPH D. MURPHY CARL STEPHENS . EDWARD B. BLAISDELL VAthletic: Editor I, Fraternity Editor 5 -' XVomen's Editor Chicago Editor Roast Editor Roast Editor C'.M1'LAR'I'Y Associates CHESTER H, FIHFHER ISDXYARD K. XYITCHER FRANK D. AIURPHY AIARY C. BARRY MATTHEW S. PARRHURST RIXI.PH C. SCOTT MARGARET DUPUY RAYMOND R. THOMAS COURTLAND R. XVIIITE VFERNA L. BROXVN J. ALLAN NEX7INS GEORGE E. WARREN Business Staff LLOYD G. XYILLIAINIS . . .... Assistant Business Aianager Associates JOHN C. AIOORE XVILLIAM P. ARNOLD CHARLES S. ROBERTS CHARLES M. SULLIVAN HOWARD R. GREEN XYALTER B. XYORSH.-XM . CARL STEPHENS . , C. Il,-XYMGND SINCLAIR I-I.-XROLD H. CRAWFORD RALPH H. BEAN RICHARD F. HLTXIXIANN CHARLES L. AIORGAN CHARLES B. MGGREW ' Tis fczlffz Associates LESLIE C. BERNARD EDWARD H. AIORRISSEY JOSEPH O. AIITCHELL VERA J. SNOOK GILBERT D. JOHNSON FIOVV.-XRD L. CHENEY Cartoon Editor ROSWELL F. FIELD HAROLD H. EGAN CLOYD C. SMITH DONALD L. TINCHER EDWARD R. LUDXVIG FRANR A. SOHN 'Us j?1!.w.-JIAIAIY COYLIC5 COBIPLEXION. 172 1912 Illio Board 1'3 1912 Illio Board 174 ff"'-fi 1912 Illio Art Staff 1.-..- Daily mini Staff we s'rv.-mzrn 1-,xx-rm nr wHrwv1:xnsn1-v or n.a.zx-vs. v.,1 :AA :Q1,m1'.a1c'.x-uxus,xN.a 1x,1.1xmf, 'l'Iil,k5il.XN lvl-,sslmxxcxfjw--.WW "U W ' "J . H. HORTICULTURISTS V "EiiS5.11'2T.2i.Ss,.EN BUSY WIT -4. - X 0, . ...nm Wm M, ,. mum, M, U 1 3 ' g' "' V1 l w M u W vm: 4? wx n 1.,- ww A Ilhm To Be Reorgamzed ' w :writ-wail-1.u, AI,-wh Dx, en: O "'l0NS HIT ATHLETES HARD lrszas am Lola 176 ILY lbbl Daily Illini Staff LESTER KLXXEY, '11 A A Editor R. J. JoRDAN, '11 . A . . Business Manager Editorial 1 Staif F. E. B.xER, '11 . . . Associate lftlitor H. H. HERBERT, '12 Assistant Editor G. BRA G. B. LEAR, '11 Cw. YY. HERRICR, '11 E. B. FLETCHER, '11 NTNA Y. GRESH,Xh1, '10 FR.-XNCES B. LEONARD. HELEN 12. BL1S5,'11 C. Rl. SULLIVAN, '12 A C,xRLEToN TRIAIBLE, 'll H. T. BARcL,x'f, '13 . '11 NDS,'ll. , . . Atlileticllditor Reporters XYALTER IQOMAN, '12 J. A. NEYINS, '12 Bl. S. PARKHURST, '12 C. REDBORG, '12 CARL STEPHENS, '12 J. L. GOEBEI., '12 CHARLES XYHAM, '12 J. Y. STEVENSON, '12 H. H. HARWOOD, '13 H. P. DAUGHERTY. '14 L. LLXSKER, '1-1 1-1OVV.XRD HOSRIER, '1-1 Business Staff . .A,. A ssistant Business Xlanager A . A Circulation Klanager . . Assistant Circulation Xlanager A GROUP OF UNIVERSITY JoURNAxLrsTs. ITT Illinois Agriculturist Staff 17 H l bb Ol AG RIGULTU Rl ST R C L. H xx xx J - ,l F F Illinois Agriculturist Stall' L. Xl. YY.xRE1.x', '11 . , . Editor 'W T. FL'LLENxx'1DER. '11 . . Business Klanagcr 1..HEoN,xr'ER, '13 O. REED, '11 . li. Foouasoxc, '11 C.G1LR15RsoN, '11 . K.G.xLEEx1zR, '11 .G. CLARK. '12 . XYIIITCIIFRCH, '10 H. GARDNER '12 A. FISHER, '11 XY. GARRETT. '11 Editorial Stall Business Stall' Agronomy Agricultural Engineering Horticulture Dairy llusbandrx' General Agriculture Animal Husbandry Alumni ,Xssistant Business Manager Circulation Manager ,Xssistant Circulation Klanager 'fwzfomzd 21, who says I 114111, bow legs?"-1-IENDRICKSQX 179 42? - HU .U,HWEHE1UFlEH Illinois Magazine Board XVHITE DUPUY FRAILEY GOEBEL BENSON GERLACH NEVINS LLEXVELLYN BIYMEYER All poldicfazzs are nu! the srzmz of the earth.-E. A. RICH, H GJ. ISO Lbl Ol FKA AZ N5 Illinois Magazine Board ul. A. IXIEVINS, '12 . . . , . Editor F. 1-I.Nm1m'ER. '11 . ' Busmess Klanager General Staff KlIRIAM GERLACH, '11 RUTH LLEXVELLYN, '11 C. F. C.-XRTXVRICHT, '11 RLXRGARET lDLTPUY, '12 C. li. XYHITE, '12 Departmental Staff sl. P. BENSON, '11 O. SEILER, '12 L. 15. FRAILEY, '13 If you Cdllll allracl 01161111011 any ollzer way, lry a Hilfe rough 110166.-,lxOXVN THEIAS 151 f ' lHl .l1.HVUEHQ1UF7lEy - Technograph Board ENGER ANDERSON COBB CRAWFORD NICDOWELL BARLOGA CARLSON KMNNERT KLEIN WYESTLUND NAU VANDEVEER "Rotten Illini this year."--ALPHA CHI OMEGAS 182 T5 OGR PH lY. KLE1N,'11 . A. L. ENGER, '11 . H. XDXNDEVEER, '12 A. F. XYESTLLTND, '11 H. C, INCRANNERT, '12 R. H. Xixtr. '12 . 1. W. RICDOXVELL, '11 H. H. CRAXVFORD, '12 J. A. BARLOGA, '11 C. A. CARLSON, '11 A. R. ANDERSON, '11 C. C. COBB, '11 . A. L. YOIGT, '12 . Technograph Board President. . Vice-President . . Secretary . . litlitor . . Business Klanager . , , . Assistant BusinessKlanager , Assistant Circulation Klanaszti Staff Artist Department litlitor , , Department lftlitor . . Department Editor . Department Editor , . Department Editor . . Arcliiteetural Club Civil ljngineers' Club lf. lj. Society Xl. li. Stlciety' Xl. Society Civil lingineers' Club li. li. Society ,-Xreliiteetural Club Arcliiteetural Club Civil Fngineers' Culb li. Society Xl. E. Society Mining Society "1V11en I wen! East."-HIPP JORDAN 183 QIJA TBRLY Alumni Quarterly Staff FRANK YV. SCOTT .,.,....,. Editor and Acting Blanager THOMAS ARKLE CLARK , . University Editor F. E. BAER, '11 . . , Assistant Editor J. P. BENSON. '11 . . Assistant Xianager Advisory Board THOMAS ARKL1-: CLARK, '90 AIARY A. ROLFE, '02 ROY W. RUTT, ,03 FRANK W. SCOTT, ,Ol BIRDSEYE VIEW Ol? THE CAx1Pt'S 184 AXVTWN Q-wx A DFQTE f,, jyrx- Sify J N N X ?I'i,:"V l i lf T fi w 15f"' Mm W x -A-... fu, .4 ' V l ' X 'J' glib..- ...,T A ' IW W 'f Q N f Qgklflj W lj Wu. Rx gk 3 :Q gx go? . L W , 135 Y""'- , ................- .. .- .. .. ..,..,,.n,Km Vlnmwfmflawrf Www mf , i i w!,3 0 ll The Year in 'fl Q, I lima E. VUIG1' N5 ELS Oratory and Debate N THE CONTEST of the Northern Ora- torical League, held in llinneapolis, Rlay 6, 1910, Illinois was represented by h'Iiss Irma E. Voigt, '10, Her oration, "The Status of VVoman," was delivered with great distinction, and won second place. She was awarded the Lowden testimonial of fifty dol- lars. lXIr. Robert B. Fizzell, 710, made a creditable showing in the State Peace Con- test. Our representatives this year in the two contests are Rlr. C. Searle, 711, and hIr. H. KI. Thrasher, '11. Last year Illinois won the decision in three out of four debates, this year the record has been reversed, and we have lost three out of four. In each debate, however, the men who represented Illinois put up a worthv light, as is suggested bv the split decisions in all three of the defeats suffered, and bv the unanimous vote in our favor in the debate which we won. There are two developments in the public speaking situation which merit special notice. The first is the establishment of a graded system of prizes for the men who represent the University in debate and oratorv. These prizes are given annually bv Hon. lYilliam B. XlcIiinlev, and are arranged in an ascend- ing scale of value, being awarded in accord- ance with the number of times any individual speaker has appeared in intercollegiate con- tests. The second innovation is a somewhat elaborate scheme, originated by Klr. C. C. Pearce, and entered into by the Philomathean, Adelphic, and Ionian literary societies. By this plan silver cups are awarded to the re- spective winners of the Peace and Northern Oratorical League contests, and a splendid banner is permitted to remain for a vear in the possession of the society whose members score the greatest number of points in debate and oratorv. It is thought that by this means the active interest which the societies have long taken in the public speaking con- tests will be strengthened and encouraged. 68 .r f ROBERT B. FIZZELL "How'5 every Iitlle il1z'ng."-H.xRkY IIARWOOD. 186 ff 'iw .Il .HU UEHQIUHEX R Zlllinuis: ehraska shuts Central Debating Circuit of America University Auditorium, December 2, 1910 Question RESOLVED: That the movement of Organized labor for the closed shop should receive the support Of public Opinion. Aflirmative: Illinois Negative: Nebraska C. A. O,CONNOR G. N. FOSTER R. J. ROBINSON C. L. REIN J. V. STEVENSON A. R. RAYMOND OCONNOR ROBINSON STEXENSON Judges C. E. BUELL, Esq., Madison PROFESSOR E. A. GILMORE, Madison PROFESSOR I. A. LOOS Iowa City Decision TWO tO One in Favor Of Nebraska. A'lVe should reform our polilicsf'-EKBLAW 187 ff llIl .ll .HIVUEUQIHFF-lbr. e innesntadlllinuis thats Central Debating Circuit of America Minneapolis, December 2, 1910 Question RESOLVED: That the movement of Organized labor for the closed shop should receive the support of public Opinion. Aiiirmative: lXflinnesota Negative: Illinois Illinois Team J. C. SEARLE L. A. ZEARING C. M. IVALTER IYALTER SE.-XRLE ZEARING Judges PROFESSOR W. A. SCOTT, Madison PROFESSOR S. B. SLOAN, Iowa City HENRX' G. IVALKER, ESQ., Iowa City Decision Unanimous in Favor of Illinois "College polilzrs is indeed a small game."-RED BEALL, E X. ISS llllalL.lllLllEUEllFiflEt-R me or illlinuisziinhiana abate State University Debating League University Auditorium, March 10, 1911 Question RESOLVED: That each state of the Union should enact laws providing for com pulsory arbitration of labor disputes, constitutionality granted. Affirniativer Illinois Negative: Indiana CHARLES VVHAM ALBERT STUMP A. E. HoLcH R. E. RICHMOND C. E. BURGENER HORIER DUTTER HoLcH XVHAM BURGENER Judges PRoFEssoR Cf. P. COSTIGAN, Chicago COLONEL N. XV. MCCHESNEY, Chicago PRESIDENT R. L. IQELLEY, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana Decision Two to Une in Favor of Indiana "A big soft snap."-HICK HE.ATH, E X. 189 llll .Il .HIVWE-'.iHE":1JUfTllEt - Qbbiuzilllinnis thats State University Debating League Columbus, March 10, 1911. Question RESOLVED: That each state of the Union should enact laws providing for com pulsorv arbitration of labor disputes, constitutionality granted. Affirmative: Ohio State Negative: Illinois E. M. KILE A. V. ESSINGTON E. A. HOLMAN F. B. LEONARD L. E. HARVEY J. C. SEARLE SEARLE LEONARD ESSINGTON Judges JOHN C. BILLS, ESQ., Detroit PRESIDENT NEXVMAN, Columbus PROFESSOR E. C. GODDARD, Ann Arbor Decision TWO tO One in Favor Of Dhio State 'Z-1 big Imnzk of good nature."-HEAVY TWIST, 111 K ll'. 190 4195 HIl..Il.HfW1EUE:'JIlfF'lb s Zlntersucietp eclamatiun untest Fifth Annual Contest University Chapel, January 6, 1911 Literary Society Representatives Alethenai: GRJXCE ROBINSON , . , "A Wasted Conversation" Adelphia: N. F. NOLAN .,.. Eulogy on O'Connor Athenean: LILLIAN lv.-KN CLEVE . . Selection from "The Lion and the Klouseu Ionian: 111 C. GILMORE .... "The Honorable Jethrow's Rlistakei' Illiola: IRMA YOIGT .,... L'The Slow-Klanu Philomathean: bl. H. 1-TINSHAYV . . Speech of Robert Emmett VVinners First . . Kllss XTOIGT Second . MR. HINSIIAAXV Third RTR. GILIIORE Philomathean-Adelphic Debate Morrow Hall, April 6, 1910 Question RESOLVED: That the Lnited States government should construct sr deep water- way from the Lakes to the Gulf, the Canal to be begun within two years, and to be not less than ten feet in depth. A11:l1'1113IlX'CZ Philomathean Negative: Adelphic ROBERT FIZZELL, '10 C. E. BURGENER, '10 G. G. REARDON, '10 CARL COLYIN, '12 HERBERT BEBB, '10 F. E. RTAYNARD, '12 Judges PROFESSOR S. S. COLVIN PROFESSOR B. H. BODE PROFESSOR C. 1'lA'x'ES PROFESSOR H. L. RIETZ Decision In Favor of Philomathean Literary Society "Rip Van ll'inkIe was rcrltmzly a lucky 7lH1?l.' -WIRTQHERRICK 191 HH JI .HUOUEHQIHHRQ 1 - IQELLEY HUBER H.ANFORD FLEMING HULL CARPENTER LLOYDE RE.-XL HOLCH HARNXVOLUD AENEY XVITCHER LARKIN VERLIE O'BR1EN IXTONTAGUE SHOBE XYEBB NOON HARSHEARGER GILKERSON XYOLD SEED EAGLE HUSTON Hlxsx-uw SCOTT BIASON XY,-XKELEY XVALTER BIYERS JASPER D.-XLBEY ROBINSON Colivgc lzmzurs: Vz're-president of file junior dass, and mrmber of the Modern Woodzzzerz of ,-Inzerim.-F. C. NICNARY. 192 PH ILO 1115A C. O. CIARDNER E. KI. JASPER KI. S. RIASON AI. W. BIYERS J. G. IFLEMINIJ X C . I'I.XNFORD H. E. I'IL'BER A. C. IXIELLEY C. P. IYIZBB XI. D. :XBNEY O. J. BERG NILES C.xRPI-:NTI13 Ii. L. EAIQLIA: A. G. GEIIRIL5 Active Members H. C. GILRERSON I. F. H.xRsIIB.xRIg H. H. I'I.XRW'OOD K RX. H. :X.XG.X.XRD GLENN CHRISTY R. J. ROBINSON -I. A. I'IL'STON "I shall nezwr Graduates I.. I.. LITTLE B. A. STR.II'cII Seniora S. XI. TIIOIII-50N L. KI. XYAKELEY C. KI. YY.1.I.TER Juniors R. CI. REAL If. IX. RICII R. C. SCOTT C. B. IYITSUN Ii. K. XYITQIIER Sophomores AI. H. HINSI-uw D. R. PILTLI. R YY. -I. IIIXRKIX R. K. I.I.ox'D IX. R. XIONT.xcII1I AI. If. XIION ER X. If. HOLQI-I C. IX. XXIOLIJ I. G. SEVERINQIIAUR Freshmen U. Y. SEED I". D. SIIQIIE I". R. YERLIE Specials zlesfrt Ihr Pi P'IlAS."T- I 93 I.. F. CIIBRIEN LIQSIIQR MANEI' 1' - HH .H .HIT"1EU5'TlUfi'1lEf ' STEVENSON UTWELL IQERCHER ANDREWS CROSS XVHAM ROHLEING RANO IQERCHER HAY BUROENER ALBIN ROBERTS BROXYN N OLA N LEON.-X RD W HITE VVALKER SWA N SON LI GGETT COLVI N GOEBEL SCOTT YAPP ELLISON BENSON IVYMEYER FENDER PLETCHER STEWART HITCH "Yes, I nm Iwegirzrziazg lo Zlzirzlc that Sha loves rm,"-MONTY HOWE, lb K 'l'. 194 NI. R. SWANSON T. W. WA LTON J. P. BENSON D. N. HITCII F. H. NX'kIEX'ER B. PLETCHER LEROY STEWART R. H. :XLBIN CARL COLVIN J. I.. CSOEBEI. -X. RI. BRCNSON E , . IL. Hn' D. C. LIGGETT C. K. RANO A. R. ROHLl4'INt5 C . B. ANDREWS . v .. N., LPHI Active Members Graduates Seniors C. C. ELLTSON Juniors CHARLES W'H.xM Sophomores ELMER ROBERTS Freshmen XIICIIAEL INFROSS S. FIIGHT E. BUROENER W. SCOTT A. XY.-XLKER W1 FENDER W. RIADDICN W . XBXPP Y. STI-QYENSON ix . XYHITI41 B. I.EON.xRO F. XOLAN H. BROWN KI. FORT B. OTXX'ELL B. IXERCIIER IXERCHER "Uh ws I fur! rffffff fi! XIHHZL' ut Ure .-Upfzfz Ui! jIl1Il.S0.'i+,IUIiN5, Z 'I' 1 93 UHJL.Hfi1EHQJUQEf L4ig1ZPf Norm Sllanrzuxs RATHHUN DEAN KELL IWOWIUNNIER PETERSON HMA, C.xRx11CHfxIzI. IXICILXRTY IXICIQEE EVANS VVELLS Klzxxxx ..-X,N1ax'1Nra H1D1,I,lZX' XYHr1'NEY Swurrzau W. RL'ND1.Es CHECKLEY A.S.NEvxNs BI.-XTHEWS ARXUIIJ SEARLIQ I,mxAR1w 'I'HRxsH12u '1'HmwswN ff7I,3IS'I'EAD Zmulxca P.-XRTRIDGE G.RL'xm.x2s ACKERT AL the Y. M. C. A. Cafe. STUDENT-"I nrdfred puff? :md Iveans. Wizards Nze pork?" WAITER-"R1'gl1l bf'lI1.7Id Um! Ireruzf' 1 96 I ' A. ALBRECHT R. LEONARD li. O1.x1sTH.xD R. PARTRIDGE P. ,ARNOLD C. DEAN T. Iixzxxs C. CJILMORI-I H.XLI. E. HCJI,I.IiX' RI. KENNAA J. C.xRM1c1i.xr11. A. Xoox 9 IIE -. ,L 111 0 ANL Active Nlembers Seniors LI. C. RUNDLLZS J. C. S1i,xR1.1-: H. XI. rIwHR.XSHER L. A. ZE.-XRING Juniors P. H. KICKE12 R. C. RICIARTY xl. A. Nrzvlxs F. Ii. SXYEITZER R. R. AYELLS I.. SWQBERNS I. KI. AIO-IONNIER Suphomores XY Y. REU. H. AIATHEXVS CH.xR1.L:s Rtxm 1- ul. H. Q HILCKLI-ix' Special H. W. P1i'rI-ixsrwx ever lmrc lu stmlyf'-IYl5XS. 1117 4125 HU .U .Hf'UEHJU1lHFlEff I PETERSON KAGY C, FARTHING W. FART1-IING STEPHENS OYBRIEN F,-XIRES SIEBERNS HURER CROWDER XY.-XRD PRATHER SE.-XRLE HARXX'OOD EAGLE XYALTER TEAR P.-XRTRIDGE XVH.'UXI WEBB Sweetness long drawn out.-W. H, TAYLOR. 198 JOHN' RSHALL UBQS5 H. C. 'TEAR LEROY STEWART KAGY EI. L. T. O. PRATHERS L. C. SIEBERNS IL. L. EAGLE C. P. XYEBB DEXYITT BILLMAN KI. C. SEARLE . RENN,ARD T. PETERSON . Y. DILLIXVOU . H. FLETCHER eww SCJ' Q xa 6 'Q fm 2 N N 'e S E, W' 'N Pi 12 -N on fn N. -Q Q Q 'll .X fu Ea. .... N :- Uh 'I' 4. R. P" ,af 71 J' FU W C Z 71 Members Seniors C. M. XYALTER Juniors H. H, PLXRVVOOD Freshmen 199 Cv. C. XYEISIGER H. R. PARTRIDCE CHARLES XYHAM H. E. HUBER YY. P. LXRXOLD L. S. FAIRES W. C. CSILMORE L. F. O.BRII'1N A. R. IVENS R . A. STEPHENSON B. H. CROXVDER XY. D. FARTHING C. F. FARTHING H' 'QW .Il .HWEUUUWEX e ilnterscbulastit Qeraturinal unrest The Genius of Patriotism . . , . Peace on Earth . The Government and Tkvaterways Our First Patriots AS Time Deals with a Nation . Conservation of Natural Resources . . The Klaster Diplomat .,.. . International Arbitration ...,.. Americas Nineteenth Century Prophet . . lfgypt-A Klaliuned Land .... , First . Fourteenth Annual Contest Xlorrow Hall, hlay 20, 1910 Orations LILLIAN M. DAVIS, Jacksonville . . , , TYERNER SCHROEDER, Kankakee , VERNON T. STEVENS, Joliet . . . . . CLYDE HART, Hillsboro . JUNE VANKEUREN, DuQuoin LOUIS SHANHOUSE, Rockford JOSEPH J. AUGUSTUS, Englewood RALPH D. LUCAS, Knoxville XYRIGHT BURRELL, Freeport HOWARD HOSRIER, Nashville VVinners . S . MR. AHOUSTUS Second . . KIISS DAVIS Thirtl . . RTR. BURRELL Judges REV. J. C. BAKER HPROFESSOR C. G. HOPKINS PROFESSOR H. B. TYARD PROFESSOR P. L. TYINDSOR PROFESSOR XY. C. BAOLEY. University Committee li. M. HiALLID,XX', Chairman C. BALDXVIN C. G. HOPKINS KPXRTHA KYLE T. H. GUILD "Oli, pipf the loi'dy."-Rn' XYILKINS, li E. WOO ff HH .H.UlIWIEHP1DHEyi QI linruln ehating Society H. S. SMITII . . R. HIIISTEDT . . H. A. ROE . . KI. P. GILBERT . H. S. SMITH H. A. ROE R. E. HIHSTEDT H. R. FUNK W. KIATTOON O. DETERING B. H. DECKER J. E. HOOOE In the Academy Officers Members A. XI. SKINN1-IR President , Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Coach L. J. CARROLL H L . PARR E. CIXBIPBELL F. CEEHRIG B. CSREENAULT Q DOBBINS G. GEDDES LADD CARROLL HCGGE CAMPBEI1. P.-XRR THCRNE GIZHRIG GRIf'IiN.-XI LT RIATTOON HIHSTEDT SMITH GILBERT tCOgIc-hh DEFKER ROE IJETIERINL FAMOVS :XFFINITIESZ',11ll'Vl7J6 Kegley and her blue sailor xml. 201 202 w - . - N X WWW CS DRAMAT es The Year in Dramatics HE CHRONICLE of plays produced by amateurs at the University during the last two seasons takes one from Shakespeare to Gillette, with an occasional excursus into foreign fields. The season of 1910 opened with Shakespeare on February 10, when Nlr. Halliday's class in interpretative reading produced "The Taming of the Shrew" in hlorrow Hall, lt was a difficult undertaking worthily carried out. No scenery was used, but the costuming was adequate and effective. By use of a special fund. the department of English offered the entertainment without admission charge. Mr.-LTV. Shrader played Petruchio, and Bliss hlargaret Ylleinberg was the Katherina. Others in the cast were Nlisses Van Cleve and Reid, Nlessrs. 11'alton, Talbot, Dallenbach and Frailey. On February 24 and 25, the Players' Club added Sheridan's 4'The Rivals" to its long list of successful revivals. Mrs. A. T. Lincoln, famous for her character impersonations, returned from the East to make a farewell appearance with the club as Mrs. Klalaprop. Sir Anthony was of course played by Klr. Drury, Sir Lucius by Dr. Oliver, Captain -lack by Xlr. Halliday, and Bob Acres by Dr. Colvin. hlrs. Clark was cast for Lydia, and hlrs. Colvin for Lucy. Xlrs. Flom and Klessrs. Kelly, Pearce, Owen, Jackson, and Parker made up the company. Under hir. Drury's stage management the production more than sustained the reputation of the club for artistic and delightful comedy. The second annual offering of the Adelphic and llliola literary societies was "Nephew or Uncle," from Schiller's "Der Neffe als Onkel," produced on Klarch 22 and 23, under Mr. 1-lalliday's direction. The briskness and mirth of the comedy won a solid success in the hands of the following players. Klisses Waddell, Porter and Nichol, Klessrs. Pletcher, nliller, 1Valton, Walker, Benson, Hight. XVhite and Dallenbach. The same societies opened the present season on February 16 and 17 with a lively revival of Goldsmith's L'She Stoops to Conquerf' under Mr. Halliday's direct- ion. Intelligence and spiritinfused the necessary freshness into the old classic. ln several instances the minor parts were as well acted as the leads, and the cast as a whole showed aptitude and experience, as well as careful preparation. The players were: Misses Nichol, Brooks, Clarke, and Fleming, Klessrs. Fender, Goebel, Nolan, Albin, Brown, lvalker, Stevenson, Pletcher, lvhite, Rohlfing, and Rang. ll'z'U1 lzix man lmzgzle slfll edffivx his 61175,-DR. PAETOW. 201 ff ' llll..lLlllilElQllFlEe f The Athenean and Ionian literary societies resumed their dramatic activities on lNIarch 23 and 24, presenting "Esmeralda," by Klrs. Burnett and Ililliarn Gillette. Although this type of play is not well adapted to amateurs, it brought out some excellent acting. hIr. D. T. Howard, as Elbert Rogers, gave the best- rounded piece of character work which the writer has seen in Illinois student plays since the days of Earl Snider. The supporting company: Misses Kliller, hfiche, Watson, Seyster and Mattson: KIessrs. Zearing, Noon, Checkley, Gilmore and Arnold. hlr. F. YY. Thomas directed the production. These productions do not exhaust the list of the season's plays. On April 7 and Sthe Players' Club presented Byron's "Our Boys," the class in dramatic reading is preparing a recent comedy and a revival of Sheridan's WSL Patrick's Day," and the hlask and Bauble promises a spring production. IYith all of these olferings, the year's record will be a long and creditable one. The interest in dramatic work at Illinois is wholesome and well-directed. It has developed a fair degree of ability and furnish' d much solid amusement, apart from its genuine educational value. Furthermore, this interest has developed in the face of conditions which have taxed to the utmost the ingenuity and patience of all concerned. The University has been generous in allowing the use of such facilities as exist, but nevertheless has not been able to provide a hall or equipment in any degree worthy of the dramatic work which has been accomplished. It would be a pity if it became necessary to take our plays regularly to the local theaters. And if, on the other hand, the University shall find it possible to house our plays comfortably in a campus theater, the development of this phase of col- lege work and recreation is sure to be rapid and strong. s','l, 1 , V ,Z ' 6,3 ra.'J Cosmovour.-xx CLUB ENTERTAINMENT Q05 2 f Q11 .Il .HVTWIEUCEIHH H 'The math uf the nun" A Comic Opera in Two Acts Alusic by Paul AIorris Book by George Morris Presented by the Illinois Union January 13 and 14, 1911 Cast of Characters Uncle Sam Jones ..,,.... Bill, his nephew, canned out of Illinois , Prep, also from Illinois ...... Louis Clifford, captain of Luny College football team Auville, the hlaid of the lloon .... KIabel Jones, engaged to Bill . . . Madge, a lady politician Harry, the janitor ..., . The Old Clothes Klan KIajOr KIorse . . D. T. HOWARD E. R. EVANS L. AI. DECKER R. E. B.-XRRADELL . J. E. NOON A. C. KELLEY . DAVIES LAZEAR . I. E. BURNS . 1V. HART . XV. I'I.-KRT J I Specialty Artists L. E. FRAILEY H. S. FIELDER H. V. HILL Chorus Men L. M. RUSSELL R. R. REIRIERT D. K. GRovEs C. XV. SMITH J. H. GRIFTNER H. C. EALES L. T. GREGORY' H. H. HENDRICKS Chorus Girls ' H. A. BARNARD R. H. ALBIN DAvIEs LAZEAR G. B. RICHMOND T. A. AIERRILL H. F. TQEMMAN G. L. AIORRILL R. P. G.-XRRISON C. Y. XYINN Broilers E. B. STYLES L. HILLMAN CLEAVER THAYER KIRIBALL BANNISTER H. H. HAYNES C. J. LARRIN C. K. PIEXVES K. Y. ROOT H. K. STURTZ Soldier Chorus R. J. JORDAN H. S. NORTON J. A. GOLDBERG N. M. KNEISLY E. E. XYATERS C. W. BREMNER A. S. LAZAR Synopsis Scene: Campus of Luny College, on the Aloon Musical Numbers Act I Opening ChorusHBirds of a Feather . The Lady Suffragette . .... Dreaming of Illinois ..... . That's the 1Yay They Do at Illinois Never You Blind About 1Yilliam . Soldier Chorus ....,.,. Finale ...,.. . . CHORUS AIADGE AND BROILERS BILL BILL AND CHoRUs AUVILLE, JANITOR AND BROILERS RIAIOR AND CHoRUs LYNCLE SAM, BILL AND CHORUS Act II Ag Chorus . . AGS My Hobble Girl . PREP AND CHORUS Imagination . , PREP The Qld Clothes KIan HIRISELF Sailing .,.. BILL At Night . . . SPECIALTY Finale-Goodbye, Dear Old KIoon . . CHORUS 1207 2 ff llll .Il.HlU1EHQ1UFlh -QE? " be arming uf the Shrew" By WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Presented by the Class in Interpretative Reading li. Al. HALLIDAY, Instructor Alorroiv Hall, February 10, 1910 Cast of Characters Petruchio, a gentleman of Yerona, suitor to Katherina Grumio, servant to Petruchio ....... . Hortensio, a friend of Petruchio, suitor to Bianca . . Bianca, daughter to Baptista ...,.... Katherina, the shrew, daughter to Baptista . . . Baptista, a rich gentleman of Padua .,.. . Lucentio, son to Yincentio. in love with Bianca . . Curtis, servant to Petruchio ...... . A Tailor of Verona J. XV. SHRADER T. XV. XVALTON XY. L. TALBOT JOY VAN CLEYE ATARGARET Wuixizunt K. M. IJ.-XLLENBACH L. E. FRAILEY MR. TALBOT KIR. FRAILRY MR. XVALTON Yincentio, an old gentleman of Pisa . . XYidow. , . , Act 1. Act H. Act IH. Act IV. Act V. Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene . . . . , . AIOLLIE Rein The Scenes Presented Padua. Before Hortensio's House 2. 1. Padua. A Room in Baptista's House 1. Another Room in Baptista's House 2 . Before Baptista's House 1. Petruchio's Country House 3. Petruchio's Country House 5. A Public Road 2. Padua. Lucentiols House Jllzztclzirzg penrzies on the cauzpzrs is wzly mzolher way uf gamlzolfng on the green.-ILLINI STAFF. 209 2 llll .ll .HIVUEHEWIUFTEPF -- 'YEIJB ihaI5" A Comedy in Five Acts By RICHARD B. SHERIDAN Presented by the Players' Club Alorrow Hall, February 24 and 25, 1910 Cast of Characters Fag, servant to Captain Absolute . . . . Thomas, coachman to Sir Anthony Absolute . Lucy, maid to Lydia and Xlrs. Klalaprop . . Lydia Languish, niece of Mrs. Klalaprop. . . Julia llelville, niece of Sir Anthony . , . Alrs. Alalaprop ........ . Sir Anthony Absolute r.,. . Captain -lack Absolute, his son . Faulkland, in love with Julia , . Bob Acres, suitor of Lydia , . . ljrrand boy to Captain Absolute . . Sir Lucius O'Trigger . . , . David. servant to Bob Acres . . , , Act Act Act Act Act Synopsis of Acts 1 C C. PEARCE A. L. OXVEN MRS. S. S. COLVIN XIRS. T. A. CLARK MRs. G. T. FLOM AIRS. A. T. LINCOLN F. K. XV. DRURY E. XI. H.xLL1D.iY C. F. KELLEY S. S. COLVIN G. R. Jacxsox T. OLIVER C. YY. PARKER Time: 1775. Place: Bath, England's 11'atering-Place Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Scene Street in Bathg the North Parade Room at Alrs. AfIalaprop's Jack Absolutels Apartments Street in Bathg the North Parade Street in Bathg the North Parade Julia's Apartments Room at Klrs. Klalapropls Acres' Lodgings Room at Mrs. Klalaprop's Street in Bathg the North Parade Julia's Apartments ' Kingls Alead Fields . X, "lVlzy do they fu!! me llze Ilidutverf''-GREGORY, 'I' lx -. 211 'f""-ci"QUll .Il .lll'7lEllE:'lllFlEK- "She Stamps tu Ctlunquern A Comedy Drama in Five Acts By OLIVER GGLDSAIITH Presented by the Adelphic and Illiola Literary Societies Klorrow Hall, February 16 and 17, 1911 Under the Direction Of Klr. E. RI. HALLIDAY Cast of Characters Squire Hardcastle, a country gentleman , . . Klrs. Harclcastle, his wife Tony Lumpkin . . . Kate Hardcastle . Constance Neville . Slang .... Kluggins . . . Aminadab . Torn Twist . . Stingo .,.., Young Charles Marlow George Hastings . . Diggory . . . Roger . . . Dick . . . Dolly, the maid . Sir Charles Marlow . C. W. FENDER CATHERINE Nicnoi, LI. L. GOEBEL CLARA BROOKS HELEN CLARKE Y. F. NOLAN . H. EXLBIN J. F. BROWN R. A. XY.-XLKER LI. Y. STEVENSON E. B. PLETCHER C. K. XVHITE A. R. ROHLEINO Mr. BROWN C. K. RANG GERTRUDE FLEMING MR. STEVENSON R Ilflzy do you false yourself so 56f1i01lSfj'?-CIT MOFFETT, A T A. 213 7 .-1-' George Drew, an American speculator . . Mr. Estabrook, a man of leisure . . . . Elbert Rogers, a North Carolina farmer . . hlrs. Lydia Ann Rogers, his wife . . . Esmeralda Rogers, his daughter . . . . Dave Hardy, a young North Carolinian . . Nora Desmond, Jack's sister .... . Kate Desmond, Jaclfs sister .,.,, -lack Desmond, an American artist in Paris . . "lXIarquis" De hlontessin, a French adventurer. . Sophie, a maid ,.....,,.. . Act Act Act Act "Ci43llll .Il .HWEHWHHDXA " smeralhan A Comedy Drama in Four Acts By Frances Hodgson Burnett and lllilliam H. Gillette Presented by the Athenean and Ionian Literary Societies Xlorrow Hall, Rlarch 23 and 24, 1911 Under the Direction of MR. FRANK W. THOMAS Cast of Characters L. A. ZEARING J. A. NOON D. T. HOXVARD MABEL AIILLER IRENE MICHL gl. H. CHECRLEY . NIILDRED SEYSTER XY. C. GILMORE VV. P. ARNOLD Synopsis of Acts Time: The Present. Scene: North Carolina and Paris The Rogers' Home at the Foot of Bald hlountain II 111. A Room in the Rogers' House in Paris during a Ball . The Studio of Jack Desmond, an American Artist, in Paris IV. The Same as Act H, " Yes, it was largely due to my ejforls that llze Twbz Cities went dry at Llze election." -HANK THRASHER. 215 MARGARET XVATSON OLIVE M. MATTSON H' llll .lLlllEJlEllEQlllFlEr4 e " epbem nr Ginnie" A Comedy in Three Acts Adapted from Schillerls "Der Nelfe als Onkelu Presented by the Adelphic and Illiola Literary Societies Klorrow Hall, Klarch 22 and 23, 1910 Under the Direction of MR. E. M. HALLIDAY Cast of Characters Yarner, a friend of Captain Chesterton . . . . E. B. PLETCHER Captain Francis Chesterton, a nephew ..... E. AI. ATILLER Billings. servant to Captain Chesterton ..... T. 117. TVALTON Brooks Gilbert, a young widow, sister of Francis and ward of the colonel .....,.. ATARY L. W,xDDE1.L Mrs. Chesterton, the colonel's wife ...... IXGNES PORTER Jeannette, the colonel's daughter . . CATHERINE NICHOL Adam, servant to the colonel . , . R. A. TVALKER Gregory, another servant ...... . J. P. BENSON Colonel Chesterton. the uncle ...... . E. S. HIGHT XI. La Yie, Jeannette's prospective bridegroom . C. K. XVHITE Mr. Dulfers, a notary '...,.. . . . K. XI. D,xLLENB.rxcH Setting Time: About 1775. Scene: Parlor in Colonel Chestertonls Residence, London The D. Ufs Izazie relzmzcfl to ilzcir home after spendmg Ilze winter in llze Y. JI. C. A. bowlzbzg alleys -NEWS ITEM 210 1' 'i43llll .ll .llWEllQlllFlEx 4 "0Bur ibupsf' A Comedy in Three Acts By HENRX' bl. BYRON Presented by the Players' Club Xlorrow Hall, April 7 and 8, 1911 Cast of Characters Potltlles, butler to Mr. Kliddlewick .... . F. XY. THOMAS Kempster, man servant to Sir Geotfry . . . C. F. KELLEY Sir Geoifry Champneys, a county magnate . . S. S. COLVIN Clarissa Champneys, his sister ..,.. . K1Rs.XloRO,xN BROOKS Perlayn Kliddlewick, a retired butterman . F. K. XV. DRURY Charles lliddlewiek, his son .... . E. KI. 1-1.-XLLIDAY Talbot Champneys, Sir Geolfrfs son . T. H. GUILD Violet Klelrose, an heiress ,... . HRS. S. S. COLVIN Mary llelrose, her poor cousin A . AIRS. T. A. CLARK Belinda, a lodging-house slavey '..... . Bliss D. L. BLAISDELL Synopsis of Acts Time: The Present. Place: A Village in England, and London Act 1. Drawing-room at lliddlewiclis: Slimmer Act 11. Drawing-room at Sir Geoffry Champneys'g a Few 1Veeks Later Act 111. Third-Hoor Room at Klrs. Patchanfs, London: Six hlonths Later It ix hoped lhe slzulfrzt body will be able Io :carry along rtzillzmrl any more pressing shops on Green Slreel. 217 f 1 I x k I 3 5 2 V b 1 V, N I i f 1 1 V l1 L M Q: -XI li ii A l 1 I Q51 218 Q 2 H lr ga R . X l , 1 XX X 4 1 NN , fig 1. 47? 'X P lf 5 V! J ig-7 L' -- Li ,-X. : .5 "EPB, -7 1215! 1. LA' w 1 K 1 -if I X 4 IN J X w XXKV S X m L X X X1 x .fy 1" VW' A MPL, 4 2 ,C 1 ffx ff Q -f'x45, XV ' 'J ' Ni' ?faA1ff7?. .,Qf ml' ?F'Rf?'A KH Q 5 ff A Wf W A 'S 'f 1 ff X I' w Q Y , -.. P .1 . + Fw-f , My J, 'tc N' f f w Qgjf Q-li: up 1, b . L V E 1 HU .H .HVUEH?JHFlE-- BLAKESLEE IXIADDEN REED RIUELLER DECKER STOUT HOBLER WHEELER DUNHAM ROHRER CAMP L.-XNGDON BURNS NYMEYER BUTLER KIYERS HERRICK "H11m'sI1y, we fm' some hi! an H10 Clmlrluuqzm f1'rc141'i."-RINER SISTERS. 220 H1l.I1.H1WEHP1UF7lEX The Senior Eall Class of 1911 University 1'XI'f1101'Y, June 12. 1!l11 Senior Ball Committee 17. H. NYMEYER .,.. Class President C. N. BUTLER . Cliairmsm J. W. K1YERS G. XY. HERRICK G. H. RIUELLER Ll. F. BLAIQESLEE F. L. STOUT R. M. LANGDON C. O. REED L. M. DECRER W. R. CAMP A. B. DUNHAKI -I. XV. ALXDDEN J. K. BURNS C. J. ROHRER A. XY. HOBLER E. XYHEELER Ftzmazis AfFIzitz'es.-RAY 'XVARNOCK AND VIRGINIA DARE. 221 J' iw .Il1.HHEHE1HHD11 - RICLARTY PURCELL DESMQND V,xND12vEER ROBERTS Howie HEDMAN XV.-XRNOCK BRADLEX' VVINN BARTELLS KEITHLEX' FUSTER BIERRIMAN FISCHER DUNN "For 5110 1111111 511511 l11'1z11I1f11l eyes."-L1NIBERG.X Q. 1222 'qiQlHl.l1.HVUEUEilHF7lEPR 433 The Euniur Brom Class of 1912 Cniversity Armory, December U, 1910 Junior Prom Committee YI. R. XIERRIMAN . H. G. Ii. H. R R. C. C. O. C. S. H. H. C. L. 1, J- FGSTER INZEITHLEY HEDAIAN KICLARTY FISCHER ROBERTS BARTELLS Smoxs DESMOND C. Y. XYINN Class President Chairman A. J. BRADLEY F. D. MURPHY C. A. PCRCELL Ii. XY. HOWE 'l'H0M.xs DUNN C. H. XY.-XRNOCK G. E. H1NeHL1EE H. E. Y.-XNDEYEER H7101 Greek meels G76'6k.'SOROR1'1'Y OPEN HOL'SE. 223 -f 4:21611 ,H .11 1211111119 -113 BH11.xn1i1s.xD G.-WCQEH FISHER Mo1f11'1-:TT BERNARD XVARD IYENS KELLE Y HAMJKLQ SAVAGE SME.IK.1.1, Hemsox UNDERHILL 1111111 11111611 did George 1-ide the Sfgs? 224 f"' 15111 .H.UWEUEF1HHWEf1 The Supbumure utillicm Class of 1913 L'11iVersity Armory, February 3, 1911 Sophomore Cotillion Committee F. J. 1Y.-XPRSTEK A. D. SAVAGE L. C. BERNARD B. S. FISHER A. R. IVENS J. K. RIOFFETT P. C. GAUGER P. A. HANDKE F. SMEJKAL Class President Chairman P. H. VYARD H. XY. LTNDERHILL D. YY. LARMER XV. J. BROADHE.-XD N. T. HOBSON C. YV. L. DAY R. L. KELLY " l'rbana is not such a bad plare after you get used lo iff'-C.-XRLETON TRIMBLE ry, 5 H' HH .H .HWEHQUFQ9 MOFFETT ETHERTQN YVHAM VVILLIAMS KENDALL WILLMORE THOMPSON ZEARING XVAGNER STEWART FISCHER "Yes, I art a little."-CY FR.-X1LEY,9 A X. 226 4255 HH .l1.Hli1El1E:11Uf1'lF be lain ance Seventh Annual Dance Cniversity Armory, Klarch 31, 1911 Law Dance Committee G. 17. XYAGNER . L. A. ZH.-xR1NG C. C. XYILLMORE LEROY STEWART A. F. INCEND.-XLL C. EI. FISCHER Chairman CHARLES XYHAIXI L. G. XYILLIAAIS J. K. XIOFFETT I. ETHERTON S. A. THOMPSON Hou many dress 511115 did llley have lo borrow this year for their AD1C1llf6?-SIGXI-3 NU 227 Q' i'1'QHll.ll.Hl:1EHEf"JHffa3Et be ilitarp 155111 Fourteenth Annual Ball Cniversity Armory, February 24, 1911 Military Ball Committee Major B. C. KIORSE, U. S. A. . Chairman Colonel P. 111. S1VERN Captain XI. C. ALESHIRE First Lieutenant PAUL IQIRCHER Sergeant Major E. H. 1.EsL1E First Sergeant sl. F. BROWN First Sergeant L. B. ERMELING First Sergeant M. Cv. SEVERINGHAUS First Sergeant 1. R. RUBY Sergeant E. S. KERN Sergeant FRANK KUBAT Sergeant A. 11'. IQIMBELL Sergeant 111. R. AIATHENY Sergeant P. 17. RAUCH Sergeant H. D. 1fALENTINE T. 11'. ELLIS G. A. KEMPF A. 111. A1ORRIS JAMES POLLOCK 1. A. DIXON bl. H. GRIFTNER 17. A. AIATHIS N. P. HEATH Open house every Sunday, visitors 1'nt'ited.-SIGMA IQAPPA. 228 F ff 'QW .ll .HlVW1EllQlllfi'lE -iii? 015112 ngineering ance Second Annual Dance University Armory, April 21, 1911 Engineering Dance Committee F. A. YY,-TRD, Chairman .BGRAY . . . O. W. R. XYANDERER R. R. LUNDAHL . E. C. SEIB . A. XY. RIANN . XV. C. ANTHONY L. Rl. Al.-XTTHEVVS . . . . . . Architectural Club . Architectural Club , Civil Engineers' Club . Civil Engineers' Club , Electrical Engineering Society . Electrical Engineering Society . Klechanical Engineering Society . Klcchanical Engineering Society Though she is long, she's prelly Z0lIg.'-A1155 BURKE 229 HH .H.HlWlEI1E1HFlEf The Irish Banquet Did you ff fr sw the senior ball roll, or feel the Bone-yard-stz'ck, or hear the roll call? 1230 'QVEHU .Il .HlVWJEUQ1UfTlEP1f The Zftisb Zganquet Seventh Annual Banquet Leming's Cafe, 1X1arch 16, 1911 Irish Banquet Committee C. KI. SL'Li.iv,xN ....,. Chairman E. M. XYATKINS J. W. 1X1ADDEN L. KI. DECKER CARLETON TRIBIBLE J. J. DESMOND H. R. COCHRAN F. A. XYARD F. J. PRINDIVILLE L. J. CONBOY J. C. SEARL13 J. J. KICQLIAID R. C1. REAL E. C. KICRINNIE INSEPXRABLESZ The Misses Harris and Gossell. 231 Q HH-,LHIFIEUQIUWEP RICHMOND GIRTON H.-XRBION RAMEY LOB.-XUGH W.x1.DL'CK H1NcHLxFF CAMP HANLEY KEITHLEX' A large nose is a sign of strong character.-J. A. NOON. 232 'f-SHN .Il .HWEHE:1lHFlEf Grange ants 351112 ancing Qiluh XY. R. CAMP G. E. HINCIll,IFF T. F. HANLEY D. G. GIRTON RI. T. HARMON KI. LoB.xL'c11 If. Kl:.ITI'ILEX' L. XYALDUCK E. RAIXIEY B. RICHMOND The fate of the great IS to be mzsunderslood -T H GUILD 933 "' HH1H .lIHEUEC'JUVlEf- MQLARTY ERAIEIJNG DOOLEY CLARKE KENDALL BAUM FRAILEY XYARD HARSHMAN NYMEYER SMITH SCHNOOR SPONSEL An exam every now and then is relished by llle best of men.-FRESHMEN LAWYERS. 234 f 'iw .H .HVf:UE'H.C:1lHF3Ef Qllullege ancing Qlluh H. W. SCHNOOR F. H. IYYRIEYEP D. L. SMITH W. F. HARsHM.xx R. C. AICLARTY H. E. Doouax' Members J. F1sCH ER SPONSEL BALYM IQENDALL ERMELING XYARD CLARKE "Dorff you think tha! I look distinguislzed with my gZOT'6S?,,iHENDRICIiS, A Ixl 235 HIlJLHli1EUUUF7lEP I WYETH GL.-XIR ACER HEDMAN LEXVIS 1WATHENY WYAGNER DIXON HENDRICKS KEBIBIAN RICH CooK "Thealre going is all very nice, butfor real erzierlainnzenl, I prefer going I0 CIIZIVCILH'-JIMMY WHITE, III K E. 236 f""if3HH .ll .HVIEHIFJUWF Varsity anning Qlluh Members H. H. HENDRICIXS E. A. RICH BENJAAHN NELSON N. IXI. DIXON S. S. COOK H. F. KERIRIAN H. R. HEDMAN Peace to has hashes -LEO G 034 R. H. XVYETH F. XVAGNER LEWIS .L .ACER F. GLAIR R. RIATHENY HH.l1.HU:UEHFJHFlEf POTTER TURNER THOMPSON GRAINGER ENGER FOREMAN HOEPPNER Wanted-To exchange five freslzmen for one 171071:-BETA THETA PI. 238 HH.I1.HFUEUEW1HF?.Ef Qlrpstal anning Qlluh Members A. L. ENGER E. POTTER S. A. Tuoxmsox W. V. TURNER A. C. FOREMAN C. W. GRAINGER E. G. HOEPPNER 113 ambnzon zs io play Oplrlia '-ELIZABETH BROADDLS '739 IH! .H .HVUEUFJHFM VANDEVEER NIAVER CONNARD DEMOTT JOHNSON FOERSTERLING BEBB Almost Forgotten-AL1cE R1L1zY, ALTA SWIGART, ETC. 240 x 45? HH.H.I1lWEU.C'THVlb 4Gr QBnpx sensing Iuh Members E. L. JOHNSON D. B. RIAVER I. P. DERIOTT A. F. CONNARD KENNETH BEBB H. E. Xr.!.NDEX EER F. FOERSTERLINC One way to learn public speaking is to speak in public 'wlzerzever possible.-C. C. 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Theta Delta Chi... Sigma Pi ......... Alpha Sigma Phi . .. Zeta Psi ..... ,.,... Phi Sigma Kappa... Psi Lvpsilon ........ Local Fraternities Pi Theta. ... .... 1903 1ris..... Tau Lambda. , A .... 19015 Loyola. . A Chi Beta ..... .... 1 900 Ibis .,.. Ilus ..,..... . 1907 1901 1901 1905 1906 1907 1908 1908 1909 1910 1910 1908 1909 1910 Two szcrfcssfzzl house parties held H115 year: The S. .-1. E. lfaml-slanrl, and Harris' candy shack. 2 f' HH .H .HVUEHQIHF-29 1 P. JOHNSON MLVNSELL HE.ALY FROYD GRO5SM.XN WHS-:Orr ROOT INICXYETHY IXICFFETT R. RAMEY HODGE H.ALL BARR.-XDELL PFEFFER CARR PVRCELL J. JOHNSON BASSETT FRAZEE G. RAMEY WILSON KENT BERGER Cold as a !'Ilt'ZlI7II76I'.1PROFESSOR FAIRLIE. 244 iw? HH .H.HU"WlEHEF11HF7lE EDU118 Tall QDBU8 Founded at Bethany College, 1859 Active Chapters, 55 2Brta Ullpsilnn dllbapter Established 1872 Fratres in Urbe KIAXIMILIAN C. .APP BERTRAAI C. NELSON HARRY CHARLES BEERS CURTIS T. SEYMOUR DR. W. F. BCRRES JUDGE C. C. STALEY ROY BURNS CASSINGHANI ROYAL A. STIPES LESTER C. GIFFORD DR. CHARLES B. TAYLOR EYERETT BRUCE KlCCORMICK LOUIS M. TOBIN ROBERT XYOUNG WILLIAIIS Fratres in Facultate EUGENE ID.-XVENPORT, LL. D. GEORGE SCHXVARTZ, MUS. B. EDGAR JEROME TOWNSEND, PH. D. FRANCIS SEELEY FOOTE,-JR., E. M IRA GSBORN BAKER, D. ENG. CHESTER HUIYIE FORSYTH, A. M. PHINE.-XS LAWRENCE WINDSOR, PH. D. ROBERT KIURRAY HAIG, A. M. Fratres in Universitate Seniors JOHN lDEL.-XV.-KN FR.-XZEE BEN J. W'ILSON GEORGE ERWIN RAAIEY JOHN BESLER BASSETT ,ALBERT EDWARD BARRADELL Juniors FREDERICK EDWARD BERGER WILLIAM RIDDLE KENT .ALBERT LEANDER HALL HENRY DEAN RlCXYETHY JOHN Rl.-XURICE JOHNSON CHARLES HXLEXANDER PURCELL W ILLIAAI W ALTER HODGE Sophomores JOHN KARL KIOFFETT CARROLL STEPHEN CROSBY ROBERT HENRY RAAIEY NIELVIN FRANKFORD FROYD CHARLES TRERI CARR ANDREVV EUGENE GROSSBIAN PAUL L. CHIPPS HAROLD SYLVESTER PFEFFER DIANIEI. X .XLENTINE MCW ETHY - Freshmen FRED ALBERT HEALY JYILLIAAI PERCY KlUNSELL PERRY NELL JOHNSON RIMBALL X ALENTINE ROOT X IRGIL W ESCOTT Pledges FRANK XVILL.-XRD RARIEX' DONALD JULIUS CR.-XNSTON JULIAN SMITH HEXRRX' NELSON It looks like an old faslzioncd 'ZL'1.lllt?V.1SIGllA CHI. 245 HU .H .HIWEUQIUVQEH H MCCLNE POOLE RYTHER GILL W. LEVIS FISHER NOLAN A FORREST SEARLE C. SPENCER HE.ATH ENNIS H. H.ARE DAY LITTLE FOSTER POSTON IOHNSTONE CRITTENBERGER NIATHIS SMITH ROBINSON NIEWCOMB ADE H. SELLARDS GLENN 1. SELLARDS SESLER HERRICK L. SPENCER A. LEVIS All people with ariistif tempemmenls wear lhcir hair this way,-J. C. SEARLE. 246 Hl1.H.HVUEHE5JH.A EX Fl Qigma Qtbi Founded at Miami University, 1855 Active Chapters, 62 liappa Qibaptrr Established May 31, 1881 Fratres in Urbe F. D. RL'GL3 C. M. AIATIIEWS C. A. KII,ER W. J. ROX'SDFN R. D. BCRNHAM ROY.',XL XYRIGHT G.A1.A1ATTIS F. W. JYOODY A. D.XNELEX' C. R. RICHARDS T. J. COLVIN J. C. V1-1.-XYLOR R. AY. TAYLOR F. H. SPERRY Fratres in Facultate DAVID HOBART CARNAHAN, PH. D. CARI. PAXON SHERWIN, B. S. Fratres in Universitate Seniors JOHN ARMSTRONG SELLARDS PHILIP RAY SESLER LATQRENCE ARTHUR GLENN CARL XX ESLEY BEALL G. X1 IRT HERRICR Juniors HERBERT EDWARD FOSTER CHARLES SPENCER Sophomores NJXTH,-XNIEI, PINCRARD HEATH GEORGE THOLLAN GILL JOSEPH A1CCRARY A1CCL'NE 1'1ENRY1YHITE RX'THER XX ILLIAM EDWARD LEYIS PHILMER XYYMOND DAY .ANDREXV JOHN JOHNSTONE ERNEST CLEVELAND POOLE BENJAMIN SIDNEY FISHER XICHOLAS FRANCIS NOLAN. JR RALPH LESLIE FORREST Freshmen XYILLIAINI HEINE SELLARDS LAXVRENCE EDXVARD SPENCER ARTHUR REID LEVIS JOHN OTIS ADE GRANVILLE A1OODY SMITH. JR. GEORGE DALE CRITTENBERGER HOXY'.-XRD BRACKEN 1'1.-ARE ".-In enemy of the people." 2-17 FRANK FORKNER SE.-XRLE FLOYD EMERSON POSTON ALFRED LEONARD LITTLE AL'GUST'1f.L'GENE KIATHIS CALLISTUS JAMES ENNIS GLENN XVARREN ROBINSON THOMAS FLOYD 1YEVVCOMB -HIPP JORDF N. ff QQHH .11 .UWEUQIUQF - HOFFMANN S1-E1xx1Es'ER JOHNSON CHASE DVKE T. FRITCHEY W. WVAGNER WALKER SPALDING CIUISHALL THOMPSON KESSLER BOONE FISCHER P. FRITCHE1' SUTTON MCCQY JONES H.ARRIS M01-11.x1Ax Mf1oRE THATCHER NEXXUN FAISON AI.-XIL G. VVAGNER NYILKINS REMMEL P 1,4714 11111-v l1rv11lc 1111 1116 01111111f111d111v111'.f 111 the 1'011'C, Prn7'1dC11' you do II tl 111 umde.-PI PHI5. 248 . JOHN R. TREVETT IH! .Il .HIVUEUQHFEEP anna Sngma Founded at the University of Virginia, 1867 Active Chapters, 79 Sdlpba GEamma Gllbapter Established May 31, 1881 Re-established December 22, 1891 Fratres in Urbe GEORGE A. HUEF DAN A1ORRISSEY, JR. SEELY GULICK XYILLI.-XM H. B1ON1ER BERT E. SPALDING NEWTON W. HARRIS T. E. SAUNDERS FAY A1ORRISSEY C. A. FAIRWVEATHER WALTER RILEY WALTER STERN J. D. XYHITE ALBERT STERN J. XYOODMAN H.-XRRIS PAUL DIXNLEY CASS CLIFFORD S. H. FREEMAN GEORGE C. FAIRCLO Fratres in Facultate GEORGE A. HUFF JOI-IN BACON HUTCHINGS, JR., LOUIS BRANDT, B. S. ERNEST XXINFIELD BAILEY, B Fratres in Universitate Seniors FRANK ENOCH NEXVLIN WILLIAM ALEX.ANDER FAISON GEORGE W ILLIAM r11H.-XTCHER EUGENE FREDERICK RIAIL GILBERT FREDERICK JOHN W AGNER Juniors CHESTER OWEN FISCHER SIDNEY WALTER DUKE SAMUEL :ARTHUR THOMPSON FLOYD WILLIAM R1OHLMAN -JOHN CARHART RIOORE PAUL BLICHER FRITCHEY Sophomores HAROLD ISAAC SUTTON RAYMOND 1"1.-XRVEY WYILKINS RLTDOLPH Aw.-ALTER CUTSHALL GILBERT DAVISON JOHNSON ROSCOE CONKLIN HARRIS Freshmen JOHN JAMES MCCOY RAYMOND BL.-UNE KESSLER RUSSELL ALBERT SPALDING DEAN CHASE GEORGE PALMETER 1X1EGRAN PAUL REBIAIEL GEORGE INGELS BOONE LLOYD B. XY.-XLKER PAUL ERASTUS JONES REYBURN PAUL HOFFAI.AN Pledges AYILHELM A1OLLN AY,-XGNER THEODORE AUGUSTUS FRITCHEY, JR. HERBERT AUGUST STEINMEYER The Alpha Chix are pour press LZgCIl1S.H-11.1.1N1 OF B1ARCH 18. 2-19 C S f HU .U IUWEHQIUVQ Exixxs UXZICKER GRIFTNER WINN FAIRBANIQS SIARKEI' CREIGHTQN SIMPSON IQING BARRON XYOODS BERNARD J. XYHVII2 THAYER SMITH GILEGURI' Goss A. XYHITE LABIQLLE XYISSING IXIAXEY RI'ssI2LL LYQNS SCANIAN XYYETH GRAINGER STURTZ ,,.,- 'LIVl1en there is nolhirzg else to do niglzts, I s!zIdy."-SHORTY BIu.NDs. 250 415 llll .ll .HU UEll9tlll52 C Founded at the I I anna Qlgma University of Pennsylvania, 1850 Active Chapters. Z6 IKDU Cfibapter Established 1892 Fratres in Urbe FORTUNE STANLEY BOGGS ALVIN ITIIJXYARD HUCRINS GEORGE GOLL Fratres in Facultate ARTHUR ROBERT CRATHORNE, PH. D. CHARLES FABENS IQELLY, A. B. THOMAS BLCH, PH. D. Fratres in Universitate CLEINIEXT BERNARD XYISSING WALTER HEALD XYYETH JACK IADDISON SCANLAN LEXYIS WIELVIN RUSSELL CHESTER VERNON XYINN HIXRRX' EARL REMINC-TON EVANS KIAIJRICE GREGORY Goss JAMES GORDON XYHITE GEORGE EDWARD WOODS LEWIS THROCKMORTON GREGORX' CECIL XYELDON SMITH ALYSTI LUCIAN WICCORD SIMPSON EDWIN FRANCIS ROTH NLTEL D. BELNAP Seniors CHARLES LESTER RIAXEY THOMAS EDWIN LYONS CHARLES XY.-XRREN GRAINGER JOHNSTON NOBLE LABELLE Juniors JOHN JOHNSON STARKEY IYENNELL STLTRTZ Sophomores CLEAVER VIJHAYER LESLIE COSBY BERNARD JAMES LESLIE BARRON JIM HOXX'IXRD GRIFTNER EARL WIORSE LTNZICKER EDWARD XYOODIN CREIGHTON N GODD.-XRD XYHITE Freshmen EARNEST GUY FAIRBANKS JEFF JOHNSON IYING FRANK HENRH' ASHIXLTER Pledge XYILLIAM K. SCHYVERDTFEGER "I ilzozlglzt llzat my beauty would be appreciafed more in the L. and A. SffI00I.H -CHARLES ROBERTS, A K E 251 EQ? HH1H.lIf:1lEHE'JHfi:lEf R POPE ROCKWOOD R. YEAGER C. SPECK MURPHX' AMSBARY KNOWLTON RAUCH IVIEEK LAMSON PARKER GRIDLEY SCHLOTMAN R. SPECK CORTIS OVERSTREET LONG VVOOLSTON ESTEP R,1.'rHBUN L. KIMBALL A. KIMBELL CONRAD O. Xfll.-XGER DELEUXV NIO!-IR ALESHIRE INIORRIS DAVIS GREEN .Uuflz ado about amllzing.-I. PAUL HANNA, CID K ll". 252 XQHH .Il .UlI:UEHE:'JlIFl. L ibhi alta beta Founded at Miami University, 1848 Active Chapters, 73 Illlinnis Gfta clilbapter Established February 19, 1893 EDWIN STANTON SWIGART CLAUDE BRYANT WARNER Fratres in Urbe CHARLES KIOFFAT PEARSONS XY.-XRREN RUSSEL STEPHENS JOHN LUTHER POLK, JR. Fratres in Facultate EVARTS BOUTELL GREENE, PH. D. RICHARD HENRH' JESSE, JR., PH. D NEIL CONWELL BROOKS, PH. D. XYILLIAM ABBOTT OLDFATHER, PH. D RUPUS BIATHER BAGG, JR., PH. D. JUSTA AIORRIS LINDGREN, A. M. VVILLIAM CHANDLER BACLEY, PH. D. FRANK XY.-XLBRIDGE DEJVOLF, S. B JOEL STEBBINS, PH. D. HARRISON EDVVARD CUNN1NGHA1x'1,A B XVARREN ALBERT RUTH, A. M. Fratres in Universitate RAYMOND CARLYLE SPARKS lX'1ERLIN CLAY ALESHIRE HERMAN iX1OHR ART BIARVVIN BIORRIS CHESTER JYATSON DAVIS CHARLES EDMOND DELELTXV HARRY GLEN .ALDRICH LACORS EARL RATHBUN ARTHUR WILLIS KIMBELI. CHARLES THADDEUS A1EEK PAUL XJINCENT RAUCH GLENN WALLACE BASS CLARENCE ERVVIN SMITH RALPH OSCAR XJEAGER PAUL BUTLER LAWRENCE ARTHUR POPE Seniors OSWALD KARL HJEAGER JOSIAH B'1ORGAN ESTEP Juniors LONSDALE GREEN, JR. LEON LAMSON WILLIAM HENRY VVOOLSTON GEORGE .ARCHIBALD LONG Sophomores FREDERICK BOYDEN CORTIS LORENZE AMOS KIMBALL CARL REZNER GRIDLEX' PHILETUS CLARKE KNOIYLTON, JR ROSCOE ROCKXX'OOD Freshmen ALBION PARIS HOLBROOK, JR. HARLOW AYDELOTT AMSBARY ROY HENRX' SPECK CYRUS Q. SPECK ROBERT LOUIS SCHLOTMAN Special VVALTER SIDNEY HATCH Pledges FRANK DWH'ER AIURPHY LEE WILLIAMS RILEY "U1zcooked noodles."-PSI UPSILONS. 253 iifi?-f HU .H .HWEHVIIDED E- SIMPSON GIBBS BI'N'1'ING FRENCH GRAHAM NIITCHELL BRCADHE.-XD PoGI'E MA. I'RY PEEPLES :XNDREXVS VVELLER ALLYN LOXVER PFEIFFER HL'XTER BLOEBAUBI YVANSBROUGH DI'NN IDICK PITTIIAN BI,.IIsDEI.I, XVILSON YVEEKS HIPPARD POND "I wonder If I will draw a roast this year."-ALTA SWIGART. 254 ff HH .H .HWEHFJUEB Alpha Eau QDmega Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 Active Chapters, 60 Jlllinuis ClEamma Zeta dlbaptrt Established May, 1895 Fratres in Urbe CLARENCE JOHNSON :XLBERT KIULLIKEX EUGENE BURKE LOUIS RING :XSHTOX CAMPBELL KIAURICE EISNER EDWIN FLIXNIGAN Fratres in Facultate WILLIAM FREEMAN KIYRICKGOSS, D. ENG. NEXTHAN :XUSTIN WESTON, PH. D THOMAS .PXRKLE CLARK, B. L. FRANKLIN XYILLIAM SCOTT, A. KI DAVID FORD RICFARLAND, PH. D. HENRX' LEWIS RIETZ, PH. D. Fratres in Universitate Seniors HIXRRX' IEIMBALL DICK ROBERT ELLSXVORTH XVEEKS FRANK HAYWARD POND HORACE SMITH W ILSONA THOMAS RIERRITT PITTMAN Juniors THOMAS DUNN GEORGE GIR,-XRD HIPPIXRD RUSSELL FIELD HUNTER COLIN SIMPSON EDWARD BROXY BLAISDELL BENJAMIN SALISBURY PFEIFFICR Sophomores PAUL HEDGES GIBBS JOSEPH ORLANDO RIITCHELL XYILLIAIXI JAMES BROADHEAD STANLEY LANDON POGUE CHARLES KIAURY Freshmen JOHN EDGAR XY.-XNSBROLTGH FRED C. PHILBRICK LYMAN JESSE BUNTING RALPH WALDO FRENCH IARNO LOUIS WYELLER W ILLIAM KICCORD PEEPLES ROBERT HORIER ZXNDREVVS JOHN PERSIVAL BE.-XLL XX.-XRREN XYRIGHT GRAHAM BENJAMIN H.ARRISON BLOEBAUM PAUL LOVVER CHESTER A. HEMPHILL ALBERT MERRELL ALLYN ROBERT E. THOMAS WILLIAM G. RIOUCH "IVlzy am I so popular with Ilze blllldfulll.-XY XVARNOCK, 255 'f-QHH .IlT.HlWlEU.Q1HF2 COLTON KLOTZ PITTS BURTON SIMPSON E. BROWN PERKINIS GREGG NICHOLS HUNGATE BUCKLES' GREENE LACKl..xND RICE STILI WELL STFBBINS R.'XIL5lf.XC'K ABBOTT MCKEE BLAKESLEE HARMON SVTHTQRLAND GATES OLIX ER HINCHLIFF ,.,,.,, 'Y'i.,...,. ,QQ X " 1 ., -' X1 - ' "" fi' ':ti.:r?f'Q"-'E'?Q'f,3S5 x ' 'E':ef?:f'-F' N WF rf-r" f-.-.fr ' ,- I I --..f.-,.. ,. ,M . , ..... . T . X- - ,. V ,x , , V , ..,,,, x ,.,, :m,.,, , - - . . ,gg-.-:--xg Q.-3: , sq. ' mi. rsh:-.'. ,sein-..z. , . ' X 13 .. , sffaff:1:rff:.:f.-f. . " - . , . V. Y 7.1 QL.:-12:-::.'f'51'v f T' ' . -' . "f 'x'M L-Y X ' -2 M, wx. Q1 1 A gi X. 'XXX '.g,ggg.i,gE,j:1f - f ii k , 'QSNRQ 5 "" ' X. ' 1 ,STI 3,2511-Nfim: Tw- f ' 1 Ax. ' A-1 : .. T iff- - .-ff.4-:1-xew-ff.:-M - isswx-ws. T-5. W 'N 5' N: ff' '- ' T W K9 - -431-" N N 'TVN O .nz :,., -,,:.1:i:1A, ,Y V , A- - .MOT-v p --,wg .5:rE ,-T- . -..4-gay' 'fi-lf' " en-f-A-.O A .,, , 3 x qw- .T:- , . 'T '--xv?" rf. . 1 . -- 1 I vcff , -. 'qv ' --NN A. rf-'ure' x- - i 4' ' -. .- -9Faxf.9u:,1:.g,.gx.:g3,4S.x:x.r:2u1,1r-xx 1. ww 'WS' i rw frinzfv V Bc' fl lawyer, and smoke on Ulu mnzpzlxq We love the Unzverxzty, but 011, you Law Sflzool. 256 -'T' -- HU .ll .UWEHEIHH 1913i gamma alta Founded at Jefferson College, 1848 Active Chapters, 57 Qllbi Ilnta Qllbaptcr Established October 15, 1897 Fratres in Urbe XYILLIAIXI A. AICKNIGHT YYILLIAAI GAY PALMER JOHN XY. WETAIORE JAMES CHARLES THORPE Fratres in Facultate DAVID IQINLEY, PH. D. CHARLES BIARSHALL POOR, PH. D JAMES AICLAREN WHITE, B. S. ROBERT RENT STEVVARD, B. S. GEORGE ALFRED GOODENOUGH, M. E. FRED B. SEELY, B. S. :ARTHUR HILL D,-XNIELS., PH. D. STEPHEN ALFRED FORBES, PH. D. GEORGE FREDERICK, ARPS, PH. D. Fratres in Universitate Seniors ELMER FRED BLAKESLEE HOWARD Al.-XRION RAILSBACK KIURVIN TERRY HARBION LEON EUGENE SUTHERLAND Juniors RALPH PILLSBURY GATES CHAUNCY BRISTOL OLIVER HARRY JOHN KLOTZ OSCAR ERNEST BULKELEY PAUL SLOAN AICKEE GEORGE EDNVARD HINCHLIFF ARTHUR XYILLIAM ABBOTT Sophomores ARTHUR AIOULTON SIMPSON CHARLES XYILLI.-XM BURTON ARTHUR RITCHIE GREENE FIENRY CLARENCE EALES OTTO COFFEEN FITZ RANDOLPH JOHN FRANK STILLKVELL JAMES LAWVRENCE NICHOLS CLIFFORD ALLEN BROXVN WARREN BAUIIANN BUCKLEY RICHARD SETON GREGG TOM CHENEY PERKINS Freshmen FRIEDEL RICHEH' JOHN JOSEPH PITTS RUSSELL SMITH COLTON WILLIAM REYBURN LACKLAND CEDRIC HARLAN PIERCE SELDEN LEWIS STEBBINS WALLACE XYELTY HAROLD GR.-XNDISON HUNGATE HUGH AIUNROE RICE EDWARD SUTHERLAND ,BRONVN D.AVID STUART SHELLABARGER "This is not for pnb1I'faII'Im Q' there are uny Illini reporlers Pf?SL'Ilf."'DE.AN KINLEY' 257 uu.n.um5uQ1uEA E- N MARK MATTER G. Ross R. Ross SCHEIDECKER STEPHENS O. VVERNSING NIATHEWVS FISCHER B.-XRCLAY BIILLARD BECHTOLD ROGERS KELSO R. WERNSING P, WARD PATCH A. BRADLEY TCLMAN GILLAN GREEN SLADEK SCHMITZ QUIRK ACKERBURG E. BRADLEY GRAY HILL LAYER TRIMBLE GLOYD IQAILER F. WARD XYALKER "Community S'LI'ver."-Pocketbook in a fraternity house. 258 ff' 4153HIlJL1HlilEHQlHFFlD f Qigma Alpha Epsilon Founded at University of Alabama, 1856 Active Chapters, 75 Illlinnis 2B2ta Glibapter Established January 28, 1899 CYRUS FORSYTH TYEXVCOMB JOHN XVILSON RIRKPATRICK JAMES XYESLEY HUSS Fratres in Urbe FRANCIS XYILLIAM XYALKER, JR, LOXVELL THADDEUS BOYD PAUL HIXRNED GILLAN XVI LLIAM HUNG ERFORD BELL Fratres in Facultate OSCAR ADOLF LEUTWILER, M. F. CHARLES AIAXXVELL AICCONN, A. M. XVALTER CASTELLA COFEEY, M. S. Fratres in Universitate Seniors G.-XLEN VAN RENSSEL.XER GLOYD HUGO LAYER FRANK SPENCER KAILER FRANK ANTHONY XX ARD HAROLD XJATER HILL CARLETON THOMPSON TRIAIBLE CARL IR,-XYMOND GRAY, JR. EUGENE PATRICK BRADLEY ARTHUR JAMES BRADLEY HLYGH HARRISON TOLRIIXN CLAYTON AIARK, JR. HERBERT THOMAS B.-XRCL.-XY HARRY EMANUEL .ACKERBURG HERBERT JOHN RIATTER LEON XYOODFORD KELSO DICK OGLESBY ROGERS ROBERT CHARLES QUIRK EDMOND BECHTOLD OTTO BISMARK XVERNSING LLOYD ADAIR PATCH Juniors XVICTOR ROBERT SLADEK HOVS'ARD RUGGLES GREEN ERVVIN ANTHONY SCHMITZ XYILLIS DANIEL SLONNEGER Sophomores GLENN XY. SMILEY SCHEIDECKER CLEMENS JOSEPH FREDERICK FISCHER PHILIP HENRY VVARD GLENN THORIPSON ROSS ROY RIENELEY ROSS Freshmen . ROGER LEWIS STEPHENS LIONVARD ALEXANDER AI.-XTHEXVS lk.-XYMOND STARR DUNHIXM RUDOLPH BENNINGSTEN XYERNSING It lakes a strung murz io get ilzrouglz the Law Sflzool.-LEO G. HANIX. 259 161111 .H ,HWEUE:'JHfV3Ef - PLOCHMAN KERN RICH PALMER - CARSON DEWEY SVVETT KEITHLEX' COYLE CRABB SCHWEPPE Woons DEL.ANO LAWRENCE H.-XINES WYALDUCK STREHLOW I. MURPHY CUNDIFE IVIETTLER HANDKE TRUITT G. COGSWELL C. INIIJRPHY CALDWELL PosToN R. COGSXVELL FULLENWIDER EISNER A Hellofatlzmg.-A SOPHOMORE PROC. 260 ff' 'T HU .H .HHEUEJVF1 Ur AE' Q13 Zgeta Theta 191 Founded at Miami University, 1839 Active Chapters, 73 Sigma llibu dllbapter Established February, 1902 Fratres in Urbe DR. C. E. IRELSO A. P. GULICI-1 ALBERT EISNER, JR. EIDVVARD EISNER GEORGE E. CAROTHERS R. EISNER Fratres in Facultate GEORGE RICPHAIL SMITH, PH. D. RAYMOND SILLIMAN BLATCHLEY, A. B. JOHN PASCAL BROOKS, M. S. GEORGE HENRH' AIEYER, A. M. FRED LEMAR CHARLES, M. S. GEORGE INNESS GAY, B. S. ARTHUR RAY XV.-XRNOCK, A. B. XYILLIAM SHIRLEY BAYLEY, PH. D. THOMAS EUGENE THORIPSON, B. Fratres in Universitate Graduate JAMES PERRY COYLE ROBERT COMAN COGSWELL GEORGE OWEN COGSWELL EMMETT Y INCENT POSTON Seniors CHARLES EDWIN CALDWELL, JR HENRY TRUITT CH.-XLMER VK ORCH MURPHY XYILFRED TRUMAN FULLENXVIDER ECRELS PALMER GILES ENOCH REITHLEY Juniors THOMAS LLOYD HI'XINES XX ILLIAM HOVEY IDEXVEY ROY PORTER CARSON XVILLIAM ARTHUR L.-UVRENCE ELYVELL PAYSON SWVETT CARL RIORRIS PLOCHMAN CLAYTON HENRH' AIETTLER FRA JOHN HENRX' DELANO STROTHER GAINES JONES LOWELL DAVIDSON KERN JOSEPH IVAN RIURPHY Sophomores N R DONA LD Freshmen PAUL ALBERT HIXNDKE PAUL XVALENTINE STREHLOXV CHARLES LEWIS XVALDUCK HENRY NELSON SCHVVEPPE SMITH FRANK EARLY XYOODS FRANKLIN DEXFPXLTGHN CUNDIFP XVARREN XYILLIS CRABB PAUL COBB RICH HI atlribute my sucress In college to bullernlilk."-CARLETON TRIMBLE, E A E. 261 ff iflll .ll .llU:UEllE:'lllPl - NIORLEY HA1'NES KUBAT TRESCHER M. B0ozE If-XSPAR MILLER LANUM MIERS Bosrrc VANDERVORT KEMPF MILLIZEN MCKAY FOSKETT REEZ RICE NELSON BURGESS R. BoozE SHAW VERNON HELT HEDMAN SAVAGE is V' QQ Nw' 1 N W rift .- , wg. K . Irate subscriber to Carleton Trimble, circulation manager of the Daily Illini-"My paper comes only once a monlh Please send it twice." 262 ff' 16011 .H.HVIEHE"'71U?T1lDH Qigma 'II Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 Active Chapters, 63 Gliamma 911311 Qllbaptcr Established May 29, 1902 Fratres in Urbe ORLANDO STEWART RIURRAY ROLLIN CHESTER GERE :XNDREXV BERNARD JEROME DAVIDSON SNIVELY FI.-XRRY U ARD HOPKINS RERIICK Fratres in Facultate GEORGE XYELLINGTON PICKELS, JR., B. C. GRINNELL JONES, PH. D. FI.-XRRY COLE KENDALL, B. S. FRANK XYALTER THOMAS, A. KI. Fratres in Universitate Seniors BENJAMIN NELSON BENJAMIN BRUCE SHAW JOHN RANDOLPH LOBDELL Juniors XYILLETT BL.-XYNEY XVERXON HERBERT IR.-XGNVALD HEDRIIAN THOMAS GODFREY BURGESS EDSON JOHN RIILLIZEN RALPH VN ALKER BOOZE Sophomores H.-XRRX' CLIFFORD HELT ARTHUR DALE SAVAGE HAROLD BAIRD LANUM FRANKLIN CADY XYANDERVORT, JR. Freshmen RALPH RAY BOSTIC EUGENE Ii,-XSPAR RUSSELL ROSIER REEZ JOHN RIORRIS PAYNE DRESCHER HENRH' HOLSBURG People in new houses should znzdrrss 263 XYILLIAM ELMER FGSKETT JOHN AUSTIN RIILLER FRANK KUB.-XT GEORGE :XRTHUR KEMPF RIACDONALD CHARLES BOOZE ROY H.-XRIILTON RIIERS XJIRGIL SAMUEL RICE JAMES ROBERTSON KICIRAY FI.-XYNES in the ddfk.+PHI GAMS. HH .ll .HIVUEHEHIFE 4503? HAY RICHMOND IXICCRACKEN COYLE BAKER NIERRIMAN VVARNER WYIIAN KERRIGAN RIDGELI' HOWE LAING LAZEAR WILLIAMS C. WILSON CHAMPION HEALY MCCANDLESS LARMER TROUP KLEMM J. WILSON FISHER MESERVE DIxoN F. TWIST P. HANNA SXVANNELL J. HANNIA C. TYVIST Coox "I'm luoking for Nm! man who ilzretu thy boitle through the Pi Phi 'IUZ-7ld0'ZU.H'BUD R.-XMEY. 264 UHAILHUEHQIHFQ E- 4113? iblji 13811133 195i Founded at Washington and Jelferson College, 1852 Active Chapters, 44 Iillinois QDclta cnlbaptzr Established 1904 . Fratres in Urbe DAN GARDNER SXVANNELL HENRY XYOODSIDE BERKS GEORGE HOR.XCE BENNETT Fratres in Facultate EDMUND JANES JAMES, LL. D. ALBERT AUSTIN HIXRDING Fratres in Universitate W Seniors PHILIP SIDNEY HIANNIX THEODORE DECATLTR RIESERVE SAMUEL SAMSON COOK JOHN FRANCIS TXVIST HORACE CONRAD SVVANNELL CLARENCE CICERO TWIST NOAH IXIATHENY DIKON TEMPLE ELLIOTT RIDGELY JOHN PAUL HANNA XYARD HERBERT FISHER Juniors EDWIN XJAN RIETER CHAMPION JOHN RILEY All-IRRIMAN HENRY' COLLINS HAY GEORGE DRIVER LAING LLOYD GARRISON ll ILLIAMS EARL XY ILLIAMS HOWE Sophomores HAROLD JOSEPH TROUP DAVID XX-ELTY LARMER HOXY'ARD ARCHIBALD AICCANDLESS XX ALLACE XX YM.-KN JULIUS PHILIP RLENIM Freshmen HARRY BOIES COYLE PAUL KERRIGAN li ILLIAM ALLEN BAKER XX ELLINGTON CARLETON HEALY HOWARD GRR AlCCRACKEN GEORGE RERNS RICHMOND DAVIES LAZEAR CLAY RIXLPH XYILSON Pledge FRANK BROXVN "IfVlz,v do the seniors avoid HZF.7'l-'FERRY HARMON, CDF A. 265 5255 UU .H .UVUEUEZHHHQA A - BERRY PARK SPORLEIN CHENEY PHELPS BENNETT TINCHER DOOLEY C. S. ROBERTS VIGEANT C. C. ROBERTS LARKIN BARBER HENDRICKS GUNDERSON FOGELSONG DECKER MCCASKEY BOYS WEBER "I may be a bonehead, bu! a slanthead, 1l61'6f.'Y'HIGHBALL WILSON. 266 lf' QW .H .HIVUEHEHIEPHEP A 2132118 ikappa Qlipsilnn Founded at Yale University, 1844 Active Chapters, 43 Hbclta Bi Qtlhapter Established December, 1904 Fratres in Urbe REV. EUCLID BET-XUCLERC ROGERS, D.D. YIRGIL RIILTOX G.XL'TZ, A. B., PH. D. EDMUND CHARLES BARTO, B. S. Fratres in Facultate KIAURICE HENRX' ROBINSON, PH. D. DANIEL OTIS BARTO, B. S. :XIORGAN BROOKS, KI. E. PHILIP BOVIER HAWK, PH. D. Fratres in Universitate Seniors PAUL ALFRED AICC.-XSKEY THOMAS LYLE BOYS LEON KIORTON DEGKER :XLFRED JOSEPH GUNDERSON HAROLD HOPKINS HENRIGKS LAWRENCE EARL FOGLESONG Juniors CHARLES SIMEON ROBERTS GREGORY XJIGEANT, JR. CHESTER CORXVIN ROBERTS XX ALTER HTXRRY XYEBER LIOXVARD LOVEXVELL CHENEY Sophomores HUBBARD ERRETTE DOOLEY JAMES GROVER STANTON CHARLES JAMES LARKIN PHIL CHASE BARBER Freshmen EDYVARDS HALL BERRY LOUIS VV. SPORLEIN XVILLIAM HARRISON BENNETT JOHN XVALLACE PARK JOHN CARNE PHELPS DONALD L. TINCHER KENNETH LUPTON COOPER "To run the Illini, have all your classes 'in llze n'z0rnin.g and then sleep till norm."-LESTER NIAXEY 267 A HN ,H .HIWEHEIHFTQ HILL JOHNSTON KEMMAN OSMAN HILLMAN XNACASER FACILLER HANLEY INQORRILL CASE GIRTON HINRICHSEN FISHER COSTAR DISOXVAY JARDINE NEWTON POGLTE DALLENBACH LEWIS LOBAUGH ALLEN THOMAS GREEN SMART STOKES B. BANNISTER K. BANNISTER W. IYIADDEN SLAUGHTER I. IVIADDEN GENTRY Ulzztelleclzfal markei for green ffllllffv'-ILLINOIS lu.-XGAZINE. 268 ff iw! .ll .HVUEUEEIHW alta Ullpsilun Founded at VVilliams College, 1834 Active Chapters, 39 Iillinnis Chapter Established 1905 Fratres in Urbe ERNEST AIARSH VENNUM REV. KIILTON F. XYALDO Fratres in Facultate NEWVTON ALONZO XYELLS, M. P. EDVVARD CARY HAYES, PH. D CHARLES LESLIE MALCOLM, C. E. Fratres in Universitate Seniors KIMBIXLL BANNISTER WILLIAM BRISTOL SLAUGHTER BRYANT BANNISTER IRWIN ARTHUR AIADDEN JOSEPH WARREN WIADDEN ALFRED EDWARD STOKES Juniors JOSEPH PEACOCK GREEN DELBERT GEORGE GIRTON GUY LYMAN LXIORRILL RAYMOND ROGERS THORI,,XS HERBERT FRED KEAIAIAN WPILLIAM SUMNER GENTRH' LOUIS EDWARD DALLENBACH Sophomores FRED ALBERT HINRICHSEN LEONARD VICTOR NEWTON EUGENE LYON HILLMAN JOHN RUGGLES CASE EMERY EDWIN XVACASER LLOYD COSTAR HAROLD CHOATE OSMAN CHARLES AIATEER LOB.-XUGH Freshmen RIXYAIOND ROSS JARDINE CHARLES XVILBUR DISOWAY JOHN XYILLIAM HANLEY JOHN EDVVIN LEWIS XYALTER VJALENTINE F.-XCKLER CHARLES DOUGLAS FISHER IRA XVILDER ALLEN PAUL WRIGHT POGUE ROBERT LEROY SMART CHALNGEY STEVENS HILL WAYNE ALVIN JOHNSTON "Bella to say 'hen' it is' than 'there Il wIIs.' "-BEN FISHER. E X. 269 H' iQHI1Jl.HHEUQlHH'2I T' W. E. EKBLAW ZEARING CROWDER KRATZ SUTER B. KIRK CARTWRIGI-IT HANES CRAWFORD BARTELLS GRAY HITE BALL K. EKBLAW HUNTINGTON D. KIRK WORSHAIVI BENTON MATHIS ALBRECHT CLEAVE TYLER KNOXVLES ANDERSON SAUNDERS "I1Iyamhz'tz'on is to play HG171I8f."4BUCK SHRADER. 270 HH .ll .HIWEUFJUPTQ -A ' 2158518 Masonic Founded at the University Of Michigan, 1904 Active Chapters, Z4 lartb dllbaptrr . Established April 16, 1906 Fratres in Urbe IRA READ IXRCHIE ZXLLEX STANLEY HENRY XYOODSIDE BERRS ORYAL LEE GE.-XRHSXRT JOSEPH ALBERT A1ORROXV GLTNRY BDGAR POTTER JOSEPH HPXZEN ZEARINC. Fratres in Facultate ly.-XTHAN CLIFFORD RICKER, D. ARCH. LOMA XYILLIAM GOBEN H.ARRH' GILBERT PAUL, PH. D. FREDERICK ELLIS JOHN R1CBEATH SNODGRASS, B. S. RAY THOMAS STULL, M. CJER. Rl,-XURICE COLE r11ANQU.-XRY, A. M. KARL JOHN THEODORE EKBLAXV, B. S LEONARD XT.-XUGHN JAMES, B. S. 'WALTER ELMER EKBLAYV, A. B. ALONZO PAUL KR.-XTZ, B. S. Fratres in Universitate Graduates LENT DAX'TON LTPSON, M. A. ALTGUSTUS XV.-XSHINGTON HAYES, B. S Seniors RUSSELL ADAMS AICCURDY' ANDERSON DONALD DEE KIRK CHARLES XYERNON TH'LER XVALTER BOATMAN XYORSH.-XM SCOTT ll ILLIAM CLEAVE YICTOR ALVIN A1ATHIS CHARLES H.ARRISON KNOYVLES CARROLL SOVVLES HUNTINGTON FRED STANTON BENTON JOHN XXILHELM SIMMONS JONAS 1'1.-XMILTON BALL Juniors HENRX' HARRISON BARTELLS HAROLD HIXBIILTON CRAWFORD HARRY GCDEN SAUNDERS ARTHLTR JOSEPH ALBRECHT BONUM LEE RIRH Sophomores LXIURRAY SAMUEL HANES HJXRRY K11LLISON GRAY lf ICTOR HAROLD CARTNVRIGHT BENJAMIN ITARRISON CROWDER Freshmen BERNEY SINCLAIR HITE EARL R.XY SUTER Pledges A. N. ABBOTT GEORGE L. NORTON A harmless litlle 7'IUIf.4ST.-XRKEY, fb K E. 2271 -'H' 1QHHD.U.HliJEUCilHFlEvf GUSTAFSON D1xoN KENDALL DAWSON KNEISLEY PARKER FRAILEY HUNTER Smoxvs HADLEY MooRE DERBY EDWARDS COLVIN LIVELY NICFARLAND HALL RISSER LEWIS LEGGETT LANDDR JORDAN' FOSTER SEIFRIED KLOOSTER "Head up, 511651 ouf, stand up Slruiglzl, now, al! ready-begin."-LEO G. HANA. 272 HH .Il .HWEHEFJUVH Zlibeta malta Qthi Founded at Union College, 1848 Active Charges, 27 'iliappa ibeuternn Cfllbarge Established May 29, 1908 Fratres in Urbe REV. XYILLIAM BEAN GEORGE CHAPIN lVILLIAM CHESTER IXIAGUIRE WALLACE P. FOOTE Fratres in Facultate FRANK OLIVER DUFOUR, C. E. EDWARD BARTOW, PH. D. GUY STANTON FORD, PH. D. EDWARD CLEVELAND RTXINEX', A Fratres in Universitate Seniors ROBERT JAMES JORDAN XY,-XLTER ALBERT LANDOR Juniors CHARLES LEROY GUSTAFSON EUGENE HARRIS RICFARLAND RAYMOND GEORGE LEGGETT CLARENCE ALBERT RLOOSTER RALPH RICE LEWIS CHARLES LEROY SIMONS THOMAS GROVER FOSTER TRUMAN GOODWIN LIVELY JOHN FRANCIS SEIFRIED CLARENCE ll ALTER DAWSON Sophomores JAMES ALBERT HUNTER LESTER EUGENE FRAILEY ROY X INCENT EDWARDS JAY AUSTIN COLVIN CLIFFORD XVILLI.-XM LUCIUS DAY Freshmen HENRY BENTON PARKER FLOYD BRITTAN 1-1.-XDLEY LISLE GWYNN HALL JAMES KENDBXLL HAROLD JAMES DERBY lYATH.-XNIEL XICRAY RNEISLY ROY EDWARD RISSER HERBERT JACKSON RIOORE Pledge CHARLES RICHARDSON "Have you readff1tl1er's b0oIe?"- PROFESSOR POMEROY. 273 1' 'QW .H .IHVUEUQJHE 29 - WEINBERG RATEKIN WOLTMANN KNIGHT JOHNSON SYMONS STEWART STONE PALMER ICE KERKER POTTER HOFFMAN JETT CRESS W. DRAKE NELSON RUEHE E. DRAKE LLOYD IMLAY "IVl1y am I lwlessef willz 1111 ihe i'z'rl1ze.v?"-FOSTER, EI X. 274 HIQIUFQ HU .U .IHWE a i 515111 Active Chapters, 7 Phi cillbapter Established May 9, 1908 Fratres in Facultate LEROY LANG, B. S. PAUL CHRISLER PHILLIPS, A. . Fratres in Universitate Seniors ELMO SAMUEL DRAKE HARRISON AUGUST RUEHE XVALDO HIRAM DRAKE HUGH ANTHONY IMLAY RALPH LINUS NELSON JAMES WASHINGTON CRESS JAMES HENRY LLOYD Juniors HARRX' EDWARD KERKER ELLIS J. POTTER JESSE JOHN XVOLTMANN HAROLD BURTON STEWART CYRUS EDMUND PALMER THOMAS AUGUSTUS SYMONS SIMON PALMER W EINBERG ORVILLE LAXVRENCE STOCKER Sophomores NOEL CARLYSLE ICE ROSS JVESLEY JETT HERSCHEL VICTOR BRUNKER JOHN CLEMENT KNIGHT H.-XRX'EX' JUDD JOHNSON Freshmen TOM CANDY STONE BENJAMIN OTIS RATERIN JOHN NEAL HOFFBIAN Pledges LEROY GILBERT SPENCER GILBERT IXIARCUS RIILLER "Us engirzeers d0n'L need 110 rlzeiorfcf'-COACH NORRIS. 210 XI HU .H .HV:'7EHE":1lU?F'lEfE IX'IL'1.v,xNEY LICCABE SEARS KOHOUT KERN KELSO CLARK BEEBE DIENER R. LEOPOLD H,ANKINS E. LEOPOLD BUTTERS ARBUCKLE DESWARTE A. STAHL HORR PETERSON HOOD DECHMAN G.-XRRETT BREMNER DORMITZER C. STAHL FERGUSON FREMER DALE For brain-fag, try ll course injozmmlism, otherwise known as Scotfs Emulsion. 276 -f ' Hll .ll .IlWEllEWlHFlEf- Alpha Sigma wht Founded at Yale University, 1845 Active Chapters, 9 QEta dllbapter Established October 23. 1908 Fratres in Facultate EDWARD CHAUNCEY BALDWIN, PH. D. XVILLIAM CLARENCE BRADFORD Fratres in Universitate Graduate JOSEPH DOUGLAS HOOD, A. B. Seniors HOWARD BIONREAU BUTTERS LEONARD XYOODS HORR MAX ROBERT DORRIITZER ERLE SHERMAN PETERSON VVAYNE RUEUS DIENER CLARK BEEBE STAHL Juniors GROVER SAMUEL ARBUCKLE CLARENCE GORDON DESVVARTE CHARLES WILLIAM BREMNER LOUIS SMITH FERGUSON HERVEH' NIILLER DALE OTTO ll ILLIAM FREMER ARTHUR DECHMAN LEE Y INCENT RICCABE AMBROSE CARL STAHL Sophomores JAMES RUSSELL CLARK EVANS SHERVVOOD KERN JAMES FRANKLIN G,-XRRETT JEROME FRANCIS ROHOUT GRVILLE GERBER HANKINS CHARLES CULLEN SMITH Freshmen CHRISTOPHER KEENEY BEEBE ROLAND EUGENE LEOPOLD ERLE ROLAND RELSO CHARLES STEWART RIULVANEY ELMER EDXVARD LEOPOLD GEORGE GUY SEARS Pledge FRANK DILLING SHOBE The first IIl'glll6fS.-SIMONS AND BAUM, fb E K. 277 Rf' i43HH .U ,HWEUEWUFQ O - WESTCOTT SOULE ALDEN BARNARD JOHNS B RADLEY MOORE TYLER ERMELING MOFFAT BARNETT SOUERS B UCHANAN CLAFLIN GRAVES GLAIR NYMEYER SCHNOOR LANGDON RUTLEDGE HULL THOMAS There is a cerlain charm about matlzematifs.-LOUISE JAMES, E K. 278 llll .ll .llf:UEll?3lUVlEe ZBI8 BI Founded at the University of the City of New York, 1847 Active Chapters, 24 iilpba CIEp5ilnn Glibaptzr Established April 19, 1909 Frater in Urbe JASPER XVILLIAM PORTER Fratres in Facultate STEPHEN SHELDON COLVIN, PH. D. FREDERICK WALTON CARPENTER, PH FRANCIS IXEESE ll YNKOOP DRURY, B. L. S. Fratres in Universitate Seniors 1'1ERM,-KN VVILLIAM SCHNOOR XVILLIAM ASKINS RUTLEDGE ROY X1ONROE LANCDON FRED HENRY 1WYMEYER Juniors HYXRRY FRANKLIN GLAIR LESTER HERBERT GRAVES ll ILLIAM HENRX' HULL XYILLIAM RACE THOMAS Sophomores MAX JUDSON GORDON , RLXRSHALL IXNKENY SOUERS HLTGHES ALBERT BARNARD JOSEPH HENRX' B,-XRNETT, JR. LEXVIS BROXVN ERMELING JOHN LESLIE ALDEN FREDERICK EARLE K1OFFAT Freshmen LEVIN COOPER SOULE HIXRRX' RIOORE CLIFFORD HARPER XVESTCOTT STEPHEN THLTRSTON CLAFLIN XVILFORD ESPIN JOHNS Pledges KIITCHELL XVOLTERS XVILLIAM XVINSTON BRADLEY LLEVVELLYN FURNOCK DRIXYTON BLOOR BUCHANAN JAMES HERSEY TYLER Musical criticisnz is my forte.-LLOYD MOREY. 279 -" HU .H .HlVllEUHHFl PI.-XRDINGER O'CONNOR MCNEILL NELSON Esslxcrox O. ROMAN ROEFER LEAs NEWCOMB SIMONS BUNGE T.-XLCOTT CASH BALTZER BAUM W. ROMAN WARNOCK VANDERCOOK CRAIN VVILLMORE CRAPNELL THOME ECKERT HOEPPNER PROFESSOR GARNER: "At the close of lhe last hour I was speaking-" 280 HH.ll,HlW1EU.5llIFlEH S? iblji Enigma 13813138 Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1873 Active Chapters, 26 Qllpbu Qbeutztun Glibapter Established Nlay 9, 1910 Fratres in Urbe ALVIN PODD BURROWS CYRIL GORDON BROWNE Prater in Facultate HAROLD ll'ILSON STEWART, B. S. Fratres in Universitate Seniors CYRUS CRANE XVILLMORE JOHN PAUL THOLIE CLAY EVERETT CRAPNELL Juniors ARTHUR EDWARD BAUM EDMUND GOTTLIEB HOEPPNER CHARLES HOXVARD XXARNOCK HAROLD SMITH CASH XV.-ALTER ROMAN, JR. GEORGE AUGUSTINE SIMONS RAYMOND ANDREW NELSON Sophomores RIANCEL TALCOTT HAYS ECKERT EARLE CLINGMAN BALTZER CHESTER RICELFRESH CRAIN RALPH Xl ILLIAM BUNGE CHARLES ANDREW O,CONNOR FRED ELDORE X EHMEIER RALPH XYILBUR HAKRDINGER FRANK STEPHEN LEAS Freshmen ARTHUR XYERNON ESSINGTON HENRX' HAMMOND RICNEILL OSCAR ROBIIXN HENRX' PIERCE xv.-XNDERCOOK CHARLES RIARTIN ROEFER "IVhy was I not elerled Io a fftllF77If1j'?'liKIXG LEAR. 'BSI 4155 HH .H .HfilEUEilHfTl H ' HENN CHECKLEY D. ACER GIBBS CHASE LAXVLESS HAYS SHINN PUDNEY RICHMOND SNIDER H. ACER FLETCHER W. FIELDER EGAN LICGRATH HOLDEN MCFADDEN ROTTGER LAUDEMANN 1. HANLEX' GONNERMAN T. HANLEY WAGGONER PEGRAM SHRADER KENT H. FIELDER KEGLEY Little Lord FGll7lf:'6f0j'.'GREGORY, 111 K E. 282 ' 'T' iw! .ll .IllI:lEllET1lUFl si Zrllpsilun Founded at Union College, 1833 Active Chapters, 23 QDmictun cnlbaptzr Established May 28, 1910 Prater in Urbe CHARLES XYALLACE GRAHAM Fratres in Facultate CHARLES R1ELVILLE MOSS, PH. D. FREDERICK GREEN, LL. B. FRED HENRY RANKIN FREDERICK AIAYNARD K1ANN, C. OREN ELMER STAPLES JOHN NORTON POMEROY, JR., LL. 1'1,-XRRISON FREDERICK GONNERMAN, B. S. Fratres in Universitate Seniors XYILLIAM ALEX.ANDER PEGRAM EDWARD RAH'LOR KENT EDWIN HARRIS XKAGGONER JUSTIN W INFRED SHRADER MAN XVESLEY IXEGLEY Juniors THOMAS FRANK 11.-XNLEY, JR. CAS-SIUS PAUL FLETCHER H.ARRH' BIOHN LAUDEMANN OTHO AIANSON HENN HAROLD SIDNEY FIELDER HERBERT AUGUSTUS ACER FRANCIS XAVIER K1CGR.ATH Sophomores GEORGE BRADFORD RICHMOND ELMER BARKALOW SHINN PAUL NORMAN CHASE JOSEPH HARVEY CHECKLEY RUSSELL CURTIS ROTTCER STANLEY BRUCE R1CF.-XDDEN FLETCHER BARKER GIBBS Freshmen DONALD XYINCHESTER ACER JOSEPH CONRAD LAVVLESS XYILLIAM FULLER FIELDER JOHN CONNOR HANLEY WALTER HERMAN J.-XCOBSEN WILLIAM IQENT PUDNEY HAROLD HUNT ECAN XYILLI.-XM GEORGE HOLDEN FORREST PERIN HAYS In front of the Phi Psi house at dinner time- TRAINER-"D0n't crowd. Take your lime, the animals are Sli!! feeding." LITTLE BOY-"Lixie11 to 'em growl." 283 E. B HH ALHEUEUQIHWEH PRINDLE G. SEILER CHURCHILL PAYNE NORRIS KAYS FIELD E. HOPKINS D. HOPKINS HOSKINS RICH VOSBURGH O, SEILER BURGER PORTERFIELD BAKER LITTLE VAN CLEVE CAMP CALDWELL RANDALL INGERSOL "I am not afraid of I4zon.s."-PEGGY DOUGLAS. 284 4115? IHl.I1. Hf:U"E'HEf':1JHFlEr A abt beta Established 1903 Members in Faculty FRANKLIN XY.-XLES KI.-XRQUIS,1XI. ROY NEWTON FARGO, B GEORGE BYRON NORRIS Members in University Seniors EDWIN ARTHUR RANDALL ELMER JEROME BAKER, JR 'WILLARD RUSSELL CAMP ARTHUR Y AN CLEVE Vi ILL CARLETON CALDWELL LEROY LEWIS LITTLE Juniors OTTO EDXVIN SEILER ERNEST IXLBERT RICH HAROLD BENNETT INGERSOLL XVILSON IXIORAN ZXICIXIM DONALD JACKSON RAYS DEANE HOPKINS Sophomores :XIERVVIN LOGSDORN PRINDLE XYILLI.-XM BLAINE PORTEREIELD GEORGE BYRON NORRIS GEORGE XYILLI,-XM SEILER XY ILLIAZII RICHARDSON X OSBURGH, JR. Freshmen ELLIOTT BUDD HOPKINS ROSXN'ELL FRANCIS FIELD XX ILLIAAI HOSKINS, JR. HOXV.LXRD BURGER LAYVRENCE EDWIN PAYNE Pledge JAMES E. CHURCHILL "IVlzo said conznzissiorz Izousc gUI'CI'IlHl?I1ff'L7f Clztznzptzzigrzf' 285 -"T QW ALHUEUQIHWE CLARKE FABER MERRILL PRINCE XVENTER IWARTIN C. H. BELTING MATHENY PRATT IQOCH P. E. BELTING BAUER ALLEN KRAEOER FULKS REULING SMITH HARSHBIAN COOPER GROVES HORLER MALLORY LONGLEY LUCAS DEAR FATHER: Please pay the bills, and I will take care of the Williams. Yours, LUCILE. 286 43? HU .Ii .HIVUEUQIUW au larnhha Established 1906 Members in University Seniors DWIGHT LEOD SMITH RIARK AMENT COOPER . DONALD KAREL GROVES YY AYNE FLOYD HARSHMAN ATHERTON XVELLS HOBLER NIEREDITH NIALLORY Juniors LAXVRENCE RIARTIN XVENTER SIDNEY CERISXVOLD MARTIN EDWARD DEWALT ALLEN FRANKLIN XVILLIAM BAUER LEIGH XVILLARD LUCAS CHARLES HENRY BELTING JOHN FRANKLIN RRAEOER PAUL EVERETT BELTING Sophomores XYILLARD REYNOLDS RI.-XTHENY DAVID CHANDLER PRINCE HIXRRX' CATLIN FULRS THOMPSON ARLENE RIERRILL CLAYTON BROOKE FABER Freshmen DAVID ROLAND CLARRE GEORGE WILLIAM KOCH FRED XI ILLIAM REULING RALPH DUNNING LONGLEY ARTHUR COIISTOCR PRATT Uhlks along as If he had los! sorrzellzlng, und were loolcirzg for It.-DEAN TOWNSEND. 287 HH .H.HV'1EH.CilHH - NIACKEY STXLES GOODYEAR KEIG RUBY HARSHBARGER LEO MCKEE WATERS AINSWORTH R01-ILFING HERBERT STEVENSON REIMERT ELDER WELLS GAUGER MCLARTY RAY PALMQUIST FARXVELL SPONSEL BRIGGS SIOUT INIOSIMAN LEE GRAHAM "How I made Phi Bela Kappa," in two volzwzes with i1!1LSff0ll'0llS.-KING LE.-XR. 288 ff 'QIYHHII .H .UIVUEHQIHHEFB Qtbi meta Established 1906 Member in Faculty STANLEY PRINCE FARXVELI., M. S. Members in University Seniors JOSEPH EDWARD XIOSIMAN PALL JOHN GRAHAM FRANK LEXYIS STOUT JOHN GRAX' SPONSEL OTIS HOIT LEE STROTIIER :XIXIBROSE BRIGGS DAVID ROY PALMQUIST Juniors RAY CLARK RICLARTY XVALTER XVILFORD .AINSXVORTH PAUL HARRION XICIXEE EDWVARD B. STYLES JOHN RICHARD XYELLS HERBERT 'THAL LEO HAROLD HARVEY HERBERT JAMES X AIL STEVENSON EDWARD EVERETTE XX ATERS Sophomores BRYNE LUCAS RAY ROBERT RUTTER REIBIERT, JR. JOHN COLUMBUS BIACKEY, JR. IRVING RANDOLPH RUBY ALVIN LOUIS XV.-XG PAUL CHARLES GIXUGER HENRY RL-XRKS CSOODYEAR ERNEST MASON HARSHBARGER EUGENE HENDRICKS LESLIE NER Freshmen ROBERT CARL ELDER ALFRED ROBERT ROHLI-'ING FRANK RIELVILLE KEIG BENJAMIN HARRISON BLAKE XVILFRED CARL SICERSON Full of wise saws, modern instamfes, and mother-z'1z-law stories.-DEAN KINLEY. 289 O 4512? HH .Il.HIVW1EUQUFlEH Q W. E. LAMB Gm' BLOOAI HIRSCHL HOBSON W. F. LAME RICHII2 STRONG TILLSON ELLIS RALSTON DORCI-IESTER ROBINSON BAXTER BRALEY WHITE Boob: MCDOWELL TURNER HUNTER BEAN "To write one musl have lived life."-J. ALLAN NEVINS. 290 43 HH. H .UUE HJC'11U6:l A Zilus Established 1907 Resident Member :XRCHIE H. HUBBARD Members in University ELVIN EDYVARDS BOON Ross PRESTON BRALEY RALPH HOWARD BEAN XY.-XLTER XI.-KN TURNER PAUL HUGH ASTER RALSTON NORBIEXN THOMAS HOBsON TRACY WTALLACE ELLIS JACKSON EDXVARD HTRSCHL CARL W. BLOOM HAROLD L. T1LLsON Seniors ISHMAEL WORTH BICDOXKVELI, A KINGSLEH' BARBOUR XYHITE Juniors CHARLES NLXDISON HUNTER WILSON LEAVERTON RICHIE THOMAS ROBINSON Sophomores XXAUGHN BUTLER BAXTER STRAVVN JXLDRICH GAY CHESTER BUMGARDNER PARRTNSON ARTHUR XVILLIAM CLAUSEN Freshmen ARTHUR C. STRONG ARNOLD H. DORCHESTER XVALLACE SHLTMXV.-XY LAMB Librfzry assislaniz "No, the Bibli' is out, but we have Jlrs. R0lzrer'.v Cook B00k". 291 1' '1'QHH LU .HIVUEHFJUFFEEPK E H. HORST SMITH j.A.NEv1Ns GILMORE EVANS SCHOESSEL CQPE THOMPSON LIGGETT GARDNER HERSBI.AN XY.-KLTON XICKELL COLVIN LANE WELLS HEXDRICKSON RAYNER WEN1-1oLz BENSON A.HoRsT W'ALKER PLETCHER SCHICKEDANZ ACKERT A. S. NEVINS .Uusl be grenl lo join a frat, Ami wear a great big pin like that. -ALPHA SIGMA PHI. 292 13011 .U .HVUEHQHWE 35115 Established 1908 Members in Faculty JAMES EDXVARD IACKERT, A. B. LLOYD FRANCIS NICKELL, A. XYILLIAM HORACE RIXH'NER, B. S. Members in University Graduate THOMAS WILLIAM WLALTON, A. B. Seniors JOE POPE BENSON SIMON IXARON SCHICEEDANZ JXNTON EDVVARD HORST ROBERT IXLLYN XXALKER ERNO BARER PLETCHER WALTER WILLIAM W ENHOLZ Juniors CARL COLVIN DAVID CARL LIGGETT IXRTHUR THOMPSON EVANS JOSEPH IXLLAN NEVINS JAMES HARLAN GARDNER CLOYD CLAYTON SMITH XVINFIELD CORVVIN GILNIORE RALPH RAY WELLS Sophomores WALTER ALLEN COPE ARTHUR SEYMOUR NEYINS HAROLD LEE HENDRICKSON CARL ARTHUR SCHOESSEL GEORGE JAMES LANE HIXRWELL CLOUD THOMPSON Freshmen ERNEST GLEN HERSRIAN HENRY THEODORE HORST GUY PETER SHAMBO Come here, Percy, come to meg see that pretly Alpha Z,' Tip your little 7011-7'IZ1llZ0l,'0lI, you kidfrom Poker Flat. 293 -" 'QZSUH .UE.HWEUQ1UFFf-3 f EQ? MORRISSEY APLINGTON PRINDIVILLE MCQLTAID SHIELDS LAYDEN YOUNGMAN HYSTON GARLER IYIISNER REAL KELLY DESMOND CONBOY IVICDONALD PISTORIUS PETRY RUSSELL RUSKAMP ROHRER BOLLINGER PELOQUIN . . . L H:-NS, , .1 , .xy ,Ig . in , ,-,',g,.Qn,3,,-.Q L ..4..x.,...g44L:..........., 1L...1.g:E-:Q::Q:3:q.ig:,JQ. , . Sh-iz-11, Freslznwn, H16 Delis will ge! you! 294 ff HU .U .HHEHETIULFM 5 . iw? lopnla Established 1909 Members in University Seniors WILLIAM NICHOL.AS BOLLINGER PIERRE JOSEPH PELOQUIN Q CHARLES ALOX'SIUS PETRY BERNARD HENRX' PISTORIUS CARL JAMES ROHRER XXILLI.-XM HENRX' RUSRAMP JOHN TYNDALL RUSSELL Juniors JOHN JOSEPH DESIVIOND JOHN JOSEPH RICQUAID RAYMOND GEORGE REAL Sophomores THEODORE EDMOND LAYDEN ANTHONY POXVERS LACORIO FRANCIS JOSEPH PRINDIVILLE Freshmen XJ-ILLIAM .APLINGTON FRAXK HOFFMAN JOSEPH A. IJUSTON Pledges LOURDE J. CONBOY DOIXIINIC HAROLD SHIELDS XX-ILBUR BERNARD XYOUNGMAN X IATHIAS GABLER .JAMES KICDONALD DE SALES RIISNER EDWARD HENRY RIORRISSEY RLTDOIIPH L. INRELLY "L'1z1:'lce Jim Jejfrfes, llze P1' Plzis came bark." 295 Q' 'QQHH .U .HIUIEUQUW -Q13 BOETTIGER IVIARRINER UNDERHILL 1N1CCONOUGHEY WE11. HE.ATH GONSIOR VANDEVEER SME5 KAL WEARY IJILFER JONES BENJAMIN REITZ BU'rToNm,AKER NAPRSTEK RASCHER BARNES INGRAM :KRANNERT WESTLLND BACK ANDERSON BASS-ETT HEIDKANZP ' . "FTlZfRw.-.QTWYN -157 'r 2 All hail the high-brow Kappa, and her haughty culture, too: But aMKappa out ofthe class-room-Oi, yor?-will never do. 296 I A R13 i43HIl.Ii.HlVUEUWHF1 i Iibi5 Established 1910 Members in University ALBERT FRANK XYESTLUND ROBERT BACK Seniors Juniors HERRIAXN CHARLES KRRXNN ERT XYILLIAM YERITY INGRARI GUY X ERNON ANDERSON FRED EDVVARD HILFER HAROLD R ERTZ LNDERHILL RIERRILL G. BENJAMIN Sophomores PORTER DAX'ID RICCONOUGHEY FRAN K JOSEPH NAPRSTEK TREVOR M. HEATH A. XY. RI.-XRRINER J. Freshmen M. JONES 0 CYRUS XYHITE BASSETT EMIL NICHOLAS HEIDKABIP RIELVIN EICHBERG XYEIL ROBERT RAYMOND BARNES HARRIE EARL XTANDEVEER XYALTER RICHARD :REITZ LOUIS ANGELO BOETTIGER CHARLES RIASCHER CLEMENT EDWIN XVEARY FRANK SMEJKAL A. GONSIOR RIARK BUTTONMAKER Phi Kappa Sigma-Primesl club of the primes! primes. 297 f' "i'QHH .I1.IHVHEU2WHIFF3E Gregory dBuilD Baptist Students' Club F. YV. GARRETT I. B. DOLE S. L. KIILLER W. J. H. VVALLACE J. B. ANDREWS G. A. XKVILLIS G. W. BASS Established 1907 Members Seniors Juniors P. K. AIILES Sophomores Freshmen M. XV. KERCIINER L. H. RIILES W. XY. BRAKEFIELD M. D. HIIKIES G. R. HESS E. P. SCHREIER H. C. ALBIN SCI-IREIER ANDREWS ALBIN P. K. MILES BASS HESS HIBIES MILLER VVILLIN VV.-XLLACE BRAKEFIELD DOLE GARRETT KERCHNER L H NIILES "Wim Iffl Zhu gale open?"-ALPHA CHI QMEGA. 298 43? ll .Il.lllilEl.51UFlEf -il? Zlaunurarp anh Professional jratsrnities In the Order of their Establishment at Illinois Phi Lambda Lvpsilon Qffhemicall 1SS9 Delta Sigma Rho Q0ratoriCall 1900 Tau Beta Pi Qlingineeringj . 1897 Triangle lCivil Engineeringl 1907 Phi Delta Phi QLawj . . , 1901 Phi Beta Kappa QLiteraryj . 1907 Theta Kappa Nu QLawJ , . 1902 Alpha Chi Sigma Cchemicalj 1908 Alpha Zeta CAgriCulturalQ . 1902 Gamma Alpha QScientificj . 1908 Sigma Xi lScientif1cj . . . 1903 Scabbard and Blade Qhlilitaryj 1909 Eta Kappa Nu CElec. Engnj 1904 Delta Kappa Chi QCommercialD1910 Phi Alpha Delta fLawj . . 1904 Kappa Delta Pi Qlfducationalj 1911 Alpha Gamma Rho fAgriCulturalD1905 Honorary Senior Societies Shield and Trident , . . 1893 Phenix . , 19011 Interfraternity Societies Yoxan lSCl11OI' and xluniorj . 190.3 Helmet CSophomo1'el . A 1907 To add Z0 the olller arznoiarzrfs of Urzztersiiy life' llzere is Ula! great Iiltle man Czzbby Baer. 2 f' "QW .ll .HVUEUQIHFQE VAN ALSTINE BAKER LANGELIER GORDON BORNMAN KAMM BURTON BIRDS.-XLL LAUTER ISRAEL BURKE HAWK BYRGESS HOPKINS JESSE HOWE INIACINNES Why doth the laundried Della Tau Spend all his coin in rushing? Some fool Freshman's apt to fall, But llze wise ones know four-flushing. V 300 J. J. L C C L C J. A H. gf- llll .ll .lllVU"-E-..'llQlllFlEte H N 1. E lf x G E. D B. ibbi lambna Ulipsilun Honorary Chemical Fraternity Founded at the University of Illinois, 1889 Active Chapters, 6 Roll of Chapters Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Alumni University of Illinois Lniversitj' Of VYiScOnSin Columbia University University Of Xlichigan University of Wlashington Johns Hopkins University Chicago alpha Qlbaptcr Established 1889 Honorary Nlembers W. A. NOYES J XY. PARR . S. CERINDLEY P. B. l'lAXVK b. H D. F. XICFARLAND Associate Members G. JONES E. XY. AYASHBURN Active Members C. G. HOPKINS G. M. SMTTH C. W. BALKE J. H. PETTIT L. L. BURGESS R. H. JESSE BORNMAN P. E HOWE J. B. PETERSON BARN!-IARDT C. J. LAUTER ERNEST XIAN ALSTINE BIRDS.-XLL S. J. BATES A. F. D. WUSSOW BURKE P. S. BURGESS GLIVER KAMM BAKER R. S. POTTER XV. F. LANGELIER BURTON F. NV. AIOHLMAN E. K. STRACHAN DERICK J. Xl LINGREN L. F. NICKELL EGAN A. L. ISRAEL H. H. BIITCHELL EMMETT D. A. AIACINNES J. O. CARRERO GORDON C. H AIEYERS C. K. HEYVES J. J. IXIOJONNIER E. H. 'LESLIE Il is the prerogative of every law student to be asked into Phi Alpha Delia. 301 f 'QQHH .H .un UEHHUE-lb - RL'sKLu1P NUERENBERG S.-xwn-LR R.A.NDALL PITTMAN ENGER HUMPHREY COBB LL'DwlG DLNHAM HERRCKE EELL5- VAN DERVOQRI ALLEN DENT Plsroruvs SCANLAN SCHALLER HAEFFNER CALDWELL H.AGEDI7RN BANNISTER LEVEY ANDERSON ROARK MASON XV.-XGNER "Sons nf Erin dispar! af LP171l'7ZgvS.H'ACH GOTT! 302 rf' '1'43HH.H.HWEH?HHf?i3Ex Eau lbeta abt Honorary Engineering Fraternity Founded at Lehigh University, 1885 Active Chapters, 24 Qllpba nf Illlinnis Glibaptrr Established 1897 Fratres in Urbe E. M. BURR XY. A. AICINLNIGHT H. C. AI.-XRBLE H. D. OBERDORFFIR Fratres in Facultate XY. F. M. GOSS J. P. BROOKS G. W. PICKELLS, JR A. TALBOT E. C. SCI-IMIDT H. E. RIURDOCK G. A. GOODENOUOH F. VV. ZXIARQUIS R. Y. XVILLIAMS E. J. BERG C. R. CLARK G. P. BOOMSLITER I. O. BAKER C. VV. MALCOLM C. E. NOERENBERQ3 N. C. RICKER H. H. STOEK ALWIN SCHALLER J. M. XVI-IITE J. M. SNODGRASS J. A. DENT O. A. LEUTVVILER J. J. RICHEY H. F. GONNERMAN MORGAN BROOKS H. F. GODEKE TRYGVE JENSEN A. P. CARMAN C. C. XVILEY S. P. FARVVELL C. T. KNIPP G. C. HABERMEYER G. I. GAY F. S. FOOTE, JR. Fratres in Universitate Graduates L. R. GULLEY E. S. HIGHT F. H. AIILLARD Seniors G. B. ALLEN J. G. HAEFFNER B. H. PISTORILIS A. R. ANDERSON F. A. HAGEDORN T. M. PITTMAN, JR. BRYANT BANNISTER W. F. HARSHMAN A. RANDALL XV. C. CJALDXVELL E. A. HERRCKE R. J. ROARK C. C. COBB, JR. H. K. HUMPHREY' VV. H. RLTSKA1NiP A. B. DUNHAINI C. J. LEVEY G. P. SAVVYER XY. C. EELLS E. R. LUDVVIG J. A. SCANLAN A. L. ENGER M. S. RIASON B. XIAN DE GREH'N J. VYAN DERVOORT Juniors H. F. XYAGNER, Honor Man F. G. GORDON P. K. RIILES G. D. BAGLEY J. P. HANNA M. A. RIONTGOMERY O. E. BULKELEY J. C. HUBER H. D. RIYERS J. R. COLVILLE E. V. KRATZ G. VV. PHILLEO E. L. CONNELL S. G. RIARTIN J. VV. STOKES R. L. VYANIMAN VV. C. Voss No, dear, vnu are not supposed to dire, but dmzre.-BACON, 303 A X L2 E A '1?3HH,H.HVUEHQlHFFlEf Wi? HAY BLQILLEY LEv1s MOHR SPARKS FISCIAIER CHAMPION HALL RICH HERRICK VVYILLMORE FISHER LARKIN BAKER NEAL MORSE KEITHLEY VVILLIAMS MONROE ZEARING SUTHERLAND VAN CLEVE GLENN ROBERTS SESLER PARTRIDGE Some studious bunehg 150,000 volzzmes in the Urziversily Library, and none of Uzem ever in. 304 MEA QT? 'iw .l1.HVU'-.5.'HQlH?-H O 1Bbi ZBBIta iBIJi Honorary Legal Fraternity 'Tl o : :1 Q. rn Q. na .-. ,- :r cn :1 ... 4 rn 'I U9 ... A -4 o .-,. 5 o :- ... wo. N, :I I-I oo os Nc Active Chapters, 43 iiangnell Qllbaptet Established 1901 Fratres in Urbe H. A. COFFMAN C. W. GRAHAM B. F. HARRIS, JR. N. W. HARRIS R. F. LITTLE mfvmzom . B. MCCORMICK . E. PINRERTON . Wf RICHARDS . C. STALEY W1 XYANNEMAN F. XY. WRIGHT Fratres in Facultate O. A. HARRER H. DECKER FREDERICK GREEN 1 U171 '-Irv :OZI1 fizp Zim? :gym 'io 0-4 Z. 4-4 F .T- A. R. AY.-XRNOCK Fratres in Universitate L. A. GLENN H. R. PARTRIDGE P. R. SESLER R. C. SPARKS W7. B. BUCRLEY E. Y. CHAMPION C. O. FISCHER A. L. HALL G. E. KEITHLEX' E. J. BAKER H. C. HAY G. W. HERRICK C. LARKIN, JR. A modern volcano of Seniors Juniors Freshmen slams .-E 305 L. E. SUTHERLAND ARTHUR VAN CLEVE C. C. XVILLMORE L. A. ZEARING VV. E. LEVIS HERIIIAN IXIIOHR RALPH MONROE C. S. ROBERTS L. G. WILLIAMS A. M. MORRIS H. F. NEAL E. A. RICH B. S. FISHER VA DEDRICK, A E A. -ff' 'QVSHH .ll .HWEUQHW A H SESLER WHAM DOHERTY EAGLE BILLMAN PA RTRIDGE WALTER T HOMPSON HULL ZEARING STEXVA RT It is thoughtful ofthe men in charge to announce the University conzfoeations. One runs no risk of getling into them by mistake. 306 llll .ll.HVUEllE1H6i35 Uliheta kappa u Honorary Law Fraternity Founded at the University of Illinois, 1902 Incorporated December 27, 1904 Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Iita Active Chapters, 7 Roll of Chapters of Illinois of Nebraska llissouri 'Wisconsin University University University University University Northwestern University of of of of Virginia University Michigan Qllpba Glibaptzr Established 1902 Fratres in Facultate O. A. HIXRKER IY. G. HALE J. N. POMEROY I. BI. XYORMSER FREDERICK GREEN E. S. THURSTON E. H. DECKER Fratres in Universitate IV. F. HULL M. Tnoinasox . KI. IVALTER G. B. ll'E1s1GER S. C CHARLES VVHAM E. L. EAGLE Seniors W. B. JOHNSON L. A. ZEARING LEROY STEWART H. R. PARTRIDGE P. R. SESLER Juniors DEXVITT BILLMAN IV. M. DOHERTS' Every one enjoyed himself at the De!! annual, March 10. 307 iw .H .HWEUWUW ' GARDNER FERRIS RUEHE ROHRER WASCHER LEONARD KARRAAKER YAPP SWEITZER ALLYN HUDELSON LAWRENCE COLVIN FREELAND FULLENWIDER FISHER VVAKELEY STOUT EDLER REED HART You fan drive a horse Io water, Bu! you cannot make him drinkg You can drive LI physics pony, But you cannot make him think. 308 ..f-' fi?3llll..lLHlilEllQlll5RlEr CRE? Qlpha Zeta Honorary Agricultural Fraternity Founded at Ohio State University, 1897 T. J. BURRILL EUGENE DAVENPORT C. F. HOTTES H Active Chapters, 20 SIBnrrntn Gllbapter Established 1902 Fratres in Facultate A. F. GL'sTAFsON A. WHITE ARTHUR LUAIBRICK F. . R:XNKIN F. C. GRANNIS C. G. HOPKINS E. M. A'lCDONIXI,D J. G. AIOSIER H. Wf AIUMFORD J. H. PETTIT L. D. HALL L. H. SMITII W. C. COFFEY O. D. CENTER H. P. Rt'sR W1 G. ECKHARDT N. W. HEPBURN J. E. XYHITCHURCH F.. Fratres in Universitate Seniors L. Rl. XYAKELEY f C. B. FREELAND C. O. REED G. C. EDLER F. L. STOUT H. A. RUEHE Wf T. FULLENWIDER W. A. LAXVRENCE F. A. FISHER C. F. FERRIS W1 E. HART C. H. SNOW J. O. AlATTHEXVSON F. SYVEITZER R. R. HUDELSON I was always wry pzzrlzrzrlfir not fo wear arzyllzzbzg 101111 I2 Juniors ORR ALLYN CARL COLVIN J. Y. STEVENSON 309 I. A. R. Ll. BRAND Wf L. GIXINES L. R. LANO ' J. C. BLAIR J. W. LLOYD DONALD KICINTOSII D. O. BARTO O. S. FISHER S. Y. HOLT H. WY. STEYVART E. HOSRINS W. W'. XJ.-XPP J. L. GARDNER H. R. LEONARD F. KI. YV.-XSCHER P. E. Ii.-XRRAKER C. ROHRER KIADDEN C. H. BELTINO D. H. STEVENSON I nzil!1'r1er.v"-ONIA STRAICHT, LI K. QSM .H .HfI:UEHE":1lHVlEP- - GRAVES VANIMAN STOKES SEESE HEATER HARSHBIAN HUMPHREY AMES MANN FOERSTERLING WEEKS MCKINNIE IXIENCH PALMQUIST S.-XVVYER ANDERSON FARVQELL NIASON GULLEY There is in a worm111's gaiely ihat wlziclz dispels man's SGll1lZ6SS.'EL1ZABETH VOSS. 310 21- -itgllll .ll .HIVUEUQHFQR-- A QEta itiappa Il?u Electrical Engineering Fraternity Founded at the University of Illinois, 1904 Active Chapters, 6 Roll of Chapters Alpha University Of Illinois Gamma Ohio State University Delta Armour Institute of Technology Epsilon Pennsylvania State College Zeta Case School Of Applied Science Theta L'niVe1'Sity of lliisconsin Siilpba cnlbaptcr Established 1904 Fratres in Urbe XY. T. BENNETT R. N. FARGO E. BERG ATORC-AN BROOKS J. XI. BRYANT A. XV. .AMES A. R. ANDERSON F. J. FOERSTERLING L. R. GULLEY W. F. HARSHMAN G. D. BAGLEY W. G. GORDON L. H. GR.AVES Fratres in Facultate S. P. FARWELL C. T. TQNIPP L. Y. JAMES Fratres in Universitate Graduate E. S. HIGHT Seniors E. F. HE.ATER E. C. H. K. HUINIPHREX' G. E. L. JOHNSON D. R. A. YV. ATANN G. P. M. S. MASON C. E. Juniors RUDOLPH MCDERMET R. S. D. C. PRINCE YV. F. D. REXWINKLE A. B. R. L. XRANIMAN " I used Za be bright owe."-CUB BAER. 311 H. G. IIARE I. XV. FISH H. KI. FFURNER RTCTQINNIE ATENCH PALMQUIST SAYVYER VVEEKS SEESE STOKES VAN DEUSEN -'f HH .I1.HFUEUQH5-29 O'BRIEN BROCKMEYER ROLLO VERLIE IVENS VANIMAN D,-XRDEN BUSCHMANN NORTON KASTRUP H. G.-XDDIS A. GADDIS BILLMAN XYILBOURN ETHERTOX FULLERTON VVALTER FAYART KENDALL Appropriaie ares! for Sigma Kappa-Tlzc Hauznzcr. 312 HU ,ll .HHEUVUUECQB bi Zllpba alta Law Fraternity Founded at Kent College of Law, 1897 Active Chapters, 25 QBHHFHUIY Ebaptfr Established 1904 Fratres in Urbe SIDNEY NATHAN C OHEN l'l.XRRY JXL'GUSTL'S UNGERICII Fratres in Facultate ERNEST BlILTON l'l.-XLLIDAY, LL. B. I. AlAL'RlCE WORLISER. LL. B. Fratres in Universitate Seniors CH ESLEY A IATHEXV WA LTER LESLIE LEROY VVILBOURN JAMES EVERETT IQTHERTON CHARLES BUSHNELL FULLERTON Juniors ABNER FRED KENDALL LOUIS EUGENE FAYART ROBERT PENMAN ROLLO DEW ITT BILLMAN ROY L. YANIMAN HOIIIER KASTRLVP Sophomores LOUIS ADRIAN BLISCHMANN EIIIIL JOSEPH XYERLIE ELIYIN JCHN BRCCKMEYER HENRY ELISHA GADDIS AARON RALPH IVENS Freshmen HARRY SIMS NORTON XVILLIAM ELMO CRAVVFORD LEO FRED OiBRIEN ALBERT AlACY GADDIS JESSE LOXVE DARDEN CDeceasedD "ll'1 I A Ij Ju tht-1' all ltlllgll fvffmz I 1'uuz'fu7"-J. C. lXlOORE, K E. 313 nu .H .HIWIEUEQIHFQS - -Q2 GCNDERSON BROADHEAD RATHBUN MEEK MERRINIAN LUCAS GARDNER COOPER REED KEMMAN LAING ROBERTS FULLENWIDER FOGLESONG BRANDT CLEAVE J. TWIST HARMON C. TWIST STOUT "Pardon me, but you are on my l1l1IlEI'.H'LOUIScED GREGORY. 314 llll .ll .HVUEllFlllVlEKi Qlpba Gamma 331311 Professional Agricultural Fraternity Founded at the University of Illinois, 1905 Active Chapters, 3 Roll Of Chapters Alpha Lvniversity Of Illinois Beta Ohio State University Gamma PCI1I1SylY2lll2l State College lSL'GENli lD.XYEN PORT S. XY. CLEAVE Xl. A. COOPER Rl. T. HIXRBION W. T. FULLENXVIDER Sdlpba clllbaptcr Established 1905 Honorary Members OOC? 3' , 9. H1 O W 'D 3 ff? E. 2 W can-I2 E Q A pg U an ,,, 1 W F1 5 2 he PU U- v1 w cn G .. O ., z 14 un . O. REED LOt'Is BR.xND'I' L. FOOLESONO C. J. ROHRER C. C. 'TXVIST J. F. TXVIST F. L. STGUT H. XYAGGONER J. H. G.ARDNER H. F. IQEMMAN Juniors L. W. LUCAS G. D. LIIING F. SVVEITZER C. W. C. A. BROXVN W. J. BRO.-XDHEAD XY. E. HERRICK C. T. RIEEK Sophomores A. E. RATHBUNN G. B. RICHRIOND P. CHASE J. L. BROWN J. R. AlERRIM.-KN C. L. SIMONS DAVIS J. F. STILLVVELL A. R. GREENE H. I. SUTTON C. M. LOBAUOH foliage sizzdezzfs 6t1i1lL'UfZi0lllilly!COIIZPZHClUlfZiZll6,ZllS178671ll7'I'C'Sf6'd.YlYANDERING FRESHMEN 315 ef' 'i43HHJL.Hl'L:UEHQ1UF3 R O'Cox NOR ZEARING ROBINSON STEVENSON SEARLE VVALTER BURGENER H.-XLLIDAX' GILBERT PEARCE ELLISON "My bonnet spreads over the ocean, My bonnet spreads over the sea. To merely spread over the sidewalk lx no! enough for me." -IXIAYME KEGLEY, XQ. 316 ei? HH .H.HWEH?T1HFlEr ff ZBelta Sigma SRIJU . Honorary Oratorical Fraternity Founded at Northwestern University, 1906 Iillinnis dlbaptrr Established 1906 Honorary Member XYILLIAM G. H.XLE Fratres in Urbe R. F. LITTLE J. H. ZEIIRING Fratres in Facultate li. KI. H,XLI,IID.XX' C. C. PEIIRCE AI. P. CiILBERT G. KI. PALMER Fratres in Universitate Graduate C. Ii. BLIROENER Seniors C. C. ELLISON L. A. ZE.-XRING J. C. SEARLE C. M. XVALTER S. M. THOLIPSON F. H. NX'BIEX'ER J. T. DAVIS Juniors F. B. LEONARD C. A. O'CONNoR CHARLES XVI-IAM Y. STEVENSON Sophomore A. E. HOLCH Freshmen R. J. ROBINSON A. V. ESSINGTON Even the Triangles like a square meal. 317 H' QZSHH Il1.HVUEUEW1HF73Ef WII,I,IAMs TIIRLEY ANDERSQN TAYLOR NIAYER FISHER ERSKINE HAvEx JAHN DAVIS VVAGNER NAI' VSYARREN STEWART ZIQRBEE BVCKINGHAM KIRCHER EELLS VAN DERX'OORT DUNNING NEININGER VYHITE KQRSIIO CARLSON CONNELLY BANNISTER ABI3C3TT TREITHART BURTON ENGER "Then she will falls, ye gods, how she will fUIk."'-RUTH LLEWELLYN. 318 llll .ll .HU HEHHHH i ' riangle Civil Engineering Fraternity Founded at the University of Illinois, 1907 Active Chapters, 3 Roll of Chapters Illinois University of Illinois Purdue Purdue University Ohio Gliio State University Iillinnis ctlibaptcr Established April 15, 1907 Resident Member ROBERT XYAGNER Honorary Members IRA OS-BORN BAKER, D. Eng. JOHN PASCAL BROOKS, KI. S. Faculty Member HARRISON FREDERICK GONNERRIIXN, B. S. Active Members Seniors ALFRED NALLE ABBOTT ARTHUR W. BUCKINGHAM EDVVARD OSXVOLD KORSMO PAUL CARLSON EARL IXELLIS BURTON ALONZO BEDA NEININGER IXIARTIN F. CONNELLY XVILLIAM B. DLTNNING IXIELVILLE B. STEXVART JULIAN CLYDE BANNISTER XVILLARD CLARK EELLS JAMESON XJ,-KN DERVOORT LLOYD SIDNEY TREUTHART ARTHUR LUDVVIG ENGER ALVIN CHESTER II HITE LEIGH F. J. ZERBEE Juniors IRVINO ANDERSON HARRY FRANCIS JAHN DAVID BLAIR AIAVER JOHN Il ALKER DAX"IS CLARENCE IRYVIN HAVEN ROBERT HAROLD NAU LEXVIS INEBINGER FISHER ALEXANDER ERSKINE PAUL IYIRCHER HARVEH' FRANKLIN XVAGNER GEORGE EDWARD XVARREN Sophomores EDWVARD E. REDDERSEN MARCUS P. TAYLOR GEORGE PHILIP IVEBER ROY CAMPBELL XVILLIAMS ROBERT EDGAR TURLEY GLENN H. STOUGH EDVVIN HENRX' SYVENSON CHARLES ABRAHAM XVOLD Pledge FRANK THOMAS SHEETS Be good, sweet maid, and Iet who will he CIF1'8f.4lXfIIRIAM GERLACH. 319 EDD HH .H .HtiEUE:21UVlEH - DECHMAN POTTER BOYS FAIRHALL READ GRAY GORDON HEWES BACK QUTNN Cv,-XTES IQOHOUT ATWOOD SPAULDTNG WALLACE RUTH VVATKINS BURC-E55 CURTISS JESSE HAWK MCFARLAND JONES NICKELL Stay up all night, and register in your dress Sttlvl-HIPP JORDAN. 320 -,,.-- QQTQHH .ll .HFWEUQHFTD Zllpba Clibi Sigma Professional Chemical Fraternity Founded at the University of VVisconsin, 1902 R. S. CURTISS J. H. JESSE, JR. Active Chapters, ll Zeta Olbaptet Established 1908 Honorary Members P. B. HAXVK GRINNELL JONES D. F. RlCFARLAND Fratres in Facultate O. S. XY.-XTKINS T. E. THOMPSON XY. A. RUTH L. F. NICKELL J. XV. READ L. L. BURGESS Fratres in Universitate T. L. BOYS XV. O. GORDON HAROLD ATYVOOD ARTHUR lDECHM.-XN C. K. HEWES J. F. KOHOUT R. J. QUINN P. S. BURGESS Graduate R. S. POTTER Seniors L. T. FAIRHALL F. KI. XV.-XLLACE Juniors ROBERT BACK R. P. GATES H. M. GRAY F. W. BIOHLMAN C. H. SPAULDING Pledges H. R. COCHRAN CHARLES RASCHER Why does Ike Dixon shine? Because he's gal-zianiseii. 321 f" 'iw .I1.HF'lEHif1lHF2 - JESSE Howa NICKELL ROXK'L,AND HIRSCH WHITE BUCK SIOUFFER BIRDS.-XLL HEPBVRN KELLEY SMITH RIETZ ACKERT VVOODROXV NIACINNES LEHENBAUER FORSYTH IQRATZ TAYLOR DENTON TANQUARY VANCLEAVE STIFLER LARUE Il makes me laugh, it makes me cry, Here comes an Alpha Sigma Plzig All fussed up-l1e's sure some doz'n'.v,' Jzcxt crawled ou! of the Phi Gam ruins. 3222 'iQHlLLHliJEHQlHFlEf Gamma Qlpba Graduate Scientific Fraternity Illinois Gibaptet Established 1908 Members in the University H. E. CROVCH J. E. ACKERT L. I. BIRDSALI. THOMAS BUCK XY. XY. DENTON C. H. FORSYTH E. F. H1RscH P. E. HOWE R. H. JESSE T. L. KELLEY A. P. KRATZ G. L. LfXRL7E P. A. LEHENBAUER J. B. PARK Active Members N. W. HEPBLVRN D. A. XI.-XCINNES L. F. NICKELL H. L. RIETZ S. A. ROXV'L.AND L. H. SMITH W. W. STIFLER L. B. STOUFFER M. C. TANQUARY T. S. TAYLOR H. J. VANCLEAVE E. A. WHITE J. XV. YVOODROW Is Nlere rm11j'a11y danger of U10 supply nf dianzunds rznzning xlzorlfq'-BOB BLXCB 323 ff iw .l1.HWEUE"'7lHVlEy E HIGHS LEE STOUT P,xLx1QL'1sT RANDALL PETERSON FRAZEE COGSXXELL VV.-XNDERER ENGER BLA KESLEE NIA-IOR BTORSE CAMP SWKERN HOOD His fare shows almost human inlelligenre.-MOREY 32-L HU .Ii .HVTJEUQHFQEP Svtahharh anh Jglahe Honorary Military Fraternity Founded at the University of Wisconsin, 1902 Active Companies, 6 EUUIPBUP jf Established 1909 Members in Faculty Major B. C. RIORSE, U. S. A. First Sergeant F. XV. POST, U. S Members in University Graduates Captain J. D. Hoon Captain Captain Captain Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant E. O. Colonel P. W. SWERN Lieutenant-Colonel F. L. STOUT Major O. XV. R. XV. R. CAMP Rl. C. ALESIIIRE A. RAND:XLL XYANDERER H. LEE V. R SLADEK L. H. GRAVES PAUL KIRCHER H. T LEO A RICH A. XV. ABBOTT H. B INGERSOLL Seniors Juniors Klajor lj. S. HIGHT Captain gl. Captain A. Captain C Captain W Captain E. Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant D. FRAZEE L. ENGER O. COGSXVELL li. HICKS F. BLAKESLEE E. S. PETERSON D. R. P.xLx1QU1sT R. D. INGALLS NV. C. CLARK H. S. FIELDER R. C. ScoTT E. J. POTTER E. G. HOEPPNER IQENNETH BEBB Filth Frcmer makes tveekly lripx In Berlin Lua! in Gt'I'HItIl1j'J. 325 -"' QW .H .Ulf:JEHEf1JUFi:lV - W. DRAKE E. DRAKE ZIMMERMAN PRICKETT MCLARTY POSTEL HICKS WARNOCK HERBERT LITTLETON NYMEYER LEAR VVILEY MILES WHITTUM TRIMBLE "Heaven is like a womans' tea party-rather dltllv'-PROFESSOR BODE. 326 1.9 43? 4' ' lIll .ll .HIVUEHETJHF a D X L. H. hlILES Reita kappa Clibi Honorary Commercial Fraternity Founded at the University of Illinois, 1910 Qllpba Qibaptet Established February, 1910 Fratres in Facultate AVID KINLEY gl. C. DLTNCAN . A. XYESTON KI. H. Roisixsox Fratres in Universitate Seniors CARLETON rlwRIMBLE S. H. XYHITTUM F. H. NYMEYER A. J. POSTEL G. B. LEAR XY. H. DR.AKE J. P. ll'1LEY E. S. DRAKE XV. E. HICKS Juniors A. C. LITTLETON C. H. WARNOCK R. C. RICLARTY A. L. PRICKETT H. H. HERBERT G. ZIMMERMAN "I have had four years of engineering, and one year of football managershipf'-BOB RAY 327 f' fb42HU .ll .UVUEH?lHf?"lEf 4 HYSLOP DREW' MCHARRY STEXVART BL'RNs XIILLER FLEMING T,-xx'LOR VOIGT INIELLEY MOORE THOMPSON GOURLEY GROVES IYIYERS SHACKELL HOLLE1' BAIRD GARDNER ANDERSON HVEF DEXTER THRASHER ZXIOURNING BAGLEY COLVIN NORTON 328 CE? UH .Il .UU UEUEUJHEE-2 EP iiiappa ZIBelta i Honorary Educational Society Founded at the University of Illinois, 1910 XY. C. BAOLEY E. L. NORTON W. H. HYSLOP Rl. XY. TTHOIXIPSON TY H. TAYLOR C. O. GARDNER C. E. BURGENER PAULINE GROVES BEATRICE DREXV Incorporated 1911 Ellpba crilbapter Established 1910 Honorary Nlembers 17. G. BLAIR L. F. ANDERSON S. S. COLVIN Active Nlembers Graduate Seniors KATHERINE R1OL'RNING EDITH STEXVART GENEVIEVE RIOORE GRACE DEXTER C. E. HOLLEX' -I. YY. A1YERS Juniors 31.-XBEL K1ILLE.R Two Zillle przmas go! xlcwfd one lfrly.-SHORTY 329 T. L. IQELLEY C. E. BURKE IRAIA E. XLOIGT NIARGUERITE XVATSON BESSIE SHACKELL RUTH BURNS FLORENCE BAIRD ROSE FLEIXIING -IESSIE MCHARRY H. M. THRASHER I. O. HUFF L. H. GOURLEX' HELT and HEAVY TWIST f' HH .H .HlVUEHE531UF73E? BUTZER BRANDS POSTON AICC.-XSKEY RAMEY GRAHAM WAGNER NIAXEY FULLERTON TWIST IQORSMO CLEAVE POND ZEARING YVILLMORE TRIMBLE joRmN Lmxs HERRICK 330 H e,.-,-,,. E. mmgvocvommm '1'43HH.H.HlVWlEHQ':'JHFlET-T Shielh anh Qirihent Honorary Senior Society Established 1893 Resident Members I. BURKE R. F. LITTLE L. Lf. EVERHARDT Faculty Members A. CLARK F. XY. SCOTT -I. KI. LINDGREN Active Members D. BIITZER 'TXVIST G. BRANDS KORSKIO Y. POSTON CLEAVE A. MCC.-TSKEY POND' Il.-XMEY ZEARING J. GRAHABI XYILLMORE F. XY.-XGNER TRIIXIBLE L. BI.-XXEY . JORDAN B. FULLERTON LYONS G. W. HERRICK Not so serious as she looks.-TRIXIE DREW, K K F. 331 HU 111 .HV:DEUQlUmE++ - BURNS BERNSTMN BLAKESLEI-3 ROBERTS DECKER B,-XXNISTER PALMQYIF-T CAMP ROHRER TWIST ALESHIRE RAY LEVEY NH'lIEX'ER STOUT INIUELLER HARLION Than' is 110 answer fur "Gel out ly' my lmusef' "IVlml are you doing with my umbrella," and Hllr. Russell, how do you llejinr politifal Allies?" 332 ff' 'QHH..I1.HWEU.QlUF7lEy T ibljwif Honorary Senior Society Established 1906 Active Members KI. C. ALESHIRE BRYANT BANNISTER L. S. BERNSTEIN E. F. BLAKESLEE Y J. K. BURNS W. R. CAMP L. M. DECRER M. T. HARMON C. C. FFXVIST Those mean class bells, Those mean dass bells , How many of my naps Their HIZISZIL' qzzells. -MARIE C. J. LEVEY G. H. XIUELLER F. H. :YYMEYER D. R. P.-XLMQUIST R. W. RAY C. C. ROBERTS C. ROHRER F. L. STOUT STOLTEY. 6' HU .U .IHWEUQUER E HALL C. C. ROBERTS VVOOLSTON LAYER R.ABIEY TWIST FRAZEE SPENCER HERRICK SPAULDING BRADLEY BURKE WISSING KEITHLEY DICK SCHNOOR KAILER C. S. ROBERTS NELSON DECKER WAGNER HANNA GLENN GORDON POND HARMON LYONS DIXON A model siudenl-E. R. KELSC. fD61f'Z'Il7'flw0Il ofa model slmlenh' A small l'7lll'flZf1.0Il Qf the real llzingj 33-1 an HHH .Il .HIOJEUETIUFQE-f Q3 Delta Tau Della -I. D. FRAZEE G. E. Pl,-XMEY A. L. HALL Sigma Chi G. XY. HERRICK C. B. SPENCER L. A. GLENN Kappa Sigma G. F. XYAGNER Phi Kappa Sigma T. E. LYONS C. B. Wxssmo Phi Delta Theta W. H. XVOOLSTON Alpha Tau Omega H. K. DICK F. H. POND Phi' Gamma Delta M. T. HARMON Enxan Senior and Junior Interfraternity Society . Established 1905 Active Members Sigma .fllpha Epyilon F. S. KAILER HUGO LAYER Beta Theta Pi G. E. KEITHLEX' Sigma Nu BENJAMIN NELSON Phi Kappa Pfi J. P. HAXNA C. C. TWIST N. M. DTXON Delia Kappa Epfflozz C. C. ROBERTS C. S. ROBERTS L. NI. DECKER Theta Delta Chi R. J. JORDAN Zeta Pfi H. XV. SCHNOOR "What is Margaret Harris Ialking about?" About all the lime. 335 ff' HH .H .HWQUilUfii29x BIILLER XYARNER BERNARD FIS-CHER SUTTON H.-XRRIS XIINDERVORT IVIATTER FISHER BKCKLEY STANTON HILLhiAN ERMELING NIEEK CARR DAY WALDLCK IXICCANDLEE-S IYIITCHELL KIBIBELL BARBER PLOCHMAN ALDEN HINRICHSEN RAMEY SIMPSON FRAILEY LEVI5 L'I'Vhere is the Plzz' Beta Kappa house?"-KEYES. 336 ff' "QW .H .HU71EUQ1HHEN- Dflta Ta LL Delta R. H. RRXBIEX' J. K. IXIOFFETT Sigma Chi YV. E. LEVIS B. S. FISHER Kappa S-igma H. I. SUTTON R. C. HARRIS Phi Kappa Sigma CLEAVER THAX'ER L. C. BERNARD Phi Delta Thzla C. T. AIEEK A. XV. KIBIBELL Alpha Tau Omega J. O. AIITCHELL W. J. BROADHEAD Phi Gamma Della A. XV. SIMPSON JV. B. BUCRLEY Szgma -Jlpha Epsilon C. J. FISCHER P. H. XVARD Iaelmet Sophomore Interfraternity Society Established 1907 Active Alembers Befa Thffa Pi C. M. YVALIJUCK C. NI. PLOCHMAN Sigma Nu F. C. VTANDERVOORT J. A. AIILLER Phi Kappa Pfi M. XVARNER J. P. IQLEMM Delia Kappa Epyilon P. C. BARBER J. G. STANTON Delta Upyilofz E. L. HILLMAN F. A. HINRICHSEN Thffa Dfha C h 1' L. E. FRAILEY C. W. DAWSON Zrfa Pfi J. L. ALDEN L. B. ERMELING Pfi Upyilon G. B. RICHAIOND P. N. CHASE 0 studies in aslrmzomy' The big and Iitfle dipper.-IKE DIXON and CHICK XYALDL CI l 337 HH..ll.HlF'W1EHQ1UF72Er+ ' phi Qlbeta kappa Honorary Literary Society Founded at William and Mary College, 1776 Active Chapters, 71 G5an1ma nf Illllinnis Gbaptet F. H. ADLER MRS. LUCY M. BARTO H. J. BARTON W. S. BAGLEY MRS. B. H. BODE ELIZABETH BRUSH S. J. BUCK H. Y. CANTER D. H. CARNAHAN GEORGE CHAPIN LUCY CHAPIN T. A. CLARK ,AMY COFFEEN S. S. COLVIN XY. XV. DENTON W. F. DODD F. K. XV. DRURY J. A. FAIRLIE MRS. AIARY E. FAVVCETT J. D. FITZ-GER.ALD S. A. FORBES C. O. GARDNER J. JY. GIARNER Established November 11, 1907 Active Members CHARLOTTE M. GIBBS P. S. GOLTLDING ELIZABETH D. GREENE E. B. GREENE ALTA GYVINN AIRS. BIARY DI. HEPBURN TXIARGARET HUTCHINS E. JAMES FLORENCE N. JONES RUTH KELSO DAVID KINLEY BL-XRTHA J. KYLE NELLIE AICXVILLIAMS FRANCES MOREHOUSE C. M. MOSS W. A. NOYES C. E. NOERENBERG XV. A. OLDFATHER L. J. PAETOVV MRS. ANNA S. PALMER A. S. PEASE XYINIFRED PERRY G. H. AIEYER NV. L. PILLSBURY MRS. HELEN L. POOR CHARLES M. POOR SUSAN M. REED M. H. ROBINSON BIANFRED SAVAGE FRANK JV. SCOTT MRS. ETHEL F. SCOTT MRS. NELLIE B. SEARS MRS. KTIOLET J. SCHMIDT KETURAH SIM FRANCES SIMPSON T. S. TAYLOR R. E. TIETJE A. R. VAIL E. H. XVALDO MRS. FLORA E. LVELLS ANNA W. XVILLIAMS C. A. XVILLIAMS MARY E. XVILLIAMS MRS. M. B. XVINDSOR M. F. XVOODS JACOB ZEITLIN Members from the Glass of 1911 RUTH BURNS JESSIE MCHARRY LAVVRENCE H. MILES LILLIAN MESS Members-Elect from the Class of 1911 MRS. ALICE V. B. CLARK EDYVARD A. T. KIRCHER JOE P. BENSON BERTHA C. DUERKOP ROSE G. FLEMING HIARRIET E. GARNETT NELLIE M. GLEASON RIABEL A. KNIGHT GEORGE B. LEAR RUTH LLEVVELLYN EVA L. B1CINTYRE LLOYD BIOREY ERNA AI. RELLER ANNA S. ROGERS FRANCES M. SCOTT EDITH E. STEWART BELLA S. TURK GRHPA M. LVELLMAN Members-Elect from the Glass of 1912 LOUISE K. GOEBEL ALFRED C. HANFORD EDXVARD K. XVITCHER FRANK B. LEONARD CZIIHIIL' for the IIiI'I'serI'I'01z of absent ffl-E'71dS.-:DELTA TAU DELT.A 333 fi iy' w , .Q .' 532 Q-M, , 'ftp ' , ' 555551 Q -Ijwfg . ??535'N'?'- , -. 'fmagfv M LGA! X. - sf .. rf' ,Z, ., . if W--1,. 2 f ' V . ' 1, K X ,J 3, 2' ,wrflf f , -A3117 . .-C 1,,"17lc1.b-3:11 ,. 2-af :ai?5wf3?iY3?5fSQ2w'H1-w 1- "fM241?P9' ff Qin .uaumaugimb bururities at illlinuis ln the Order of Their Establishment National Sororities Kappa Alpha Theta . . 1895 Alpha Xi Delta Pi Beta Phi . . . 1895 Sigma Kappa . Kappa Kappa Gamma . 1899 Delta Gamma . Alpha Chi Omega . . 1899 Alpha Omicron Pi Chi Omega . . . 1900 Local Sororities Alpha Alpha . . 1907 Phi Beta Honorary Sororities Phi Delta Psi . . 1900 Yo Kia . "I am going out in the cemetery lo see llze zcorldf'-GENEVA BASE. 339 1905 1906 1906 191 1 1909 1907 - 'QW .I1,Uf'UEU?UHHEP f BIEISSNER SAWYER PLANCK HAGGARD NIATHER COVEY HARRIS MAJDR W1L1,15R'roN PERCIVAL PORTER SPENCER COSTELLO ZILLY 0vERL,xND RIDDLE GLEASON JORDAN BROADDUS 1X1RS.B.-XIRD BODLER BALDWIN CASSINGHAM .-I ,fly .ml 011 fl zmgnaz wlmv! um! said, "Aly, -zvlm! II dust I mz'se.''-"PL'BL1C1TY''REMICK 340 -' HH .Ii .HVUEUQHFQEX appa Qlpba Ulbeta Founded at DePauw University, 1870 Active Chapters, 32 Ebzlta Gllbapter Established October 3, 1895 Sorores in Urbe AIABEL HANSON COLVIN LOUISE ZILLY ELIZABETH BURR KYELSO ANNE STALEY AIOLLY KITTREDGE BROXVN ELIZABETH TREVETT NELLE TREVETT FINCH HAZEL DAVIDSON EDITH AVILLIS ETHEL RICKER ALICE RILEY BIARY DAVIS IDA AIATTIS BL.-XNCHE BLACK BUSEY JUEL AI.-XTTIS ELIZABETH GREEN JULIET SCOTT MRS. W. A. OLDFATHER ELIZABETH LAFLIN MRS. P. L. WINDSOR ALTA SXVIGART MRS. GLENN MRS. E. L. BOGART Sorores in Facultate MRS. AIARY ELIZA FANVCETT, A. AI. CLARA LOUISE GRIDLEY, B. L. S MARGARET NIVER Sorores in Universitate Graduate ALIDA CYNTHIA BOXVLER, A. B. Seniors AIRS. BERTH.A S.-XLSICH B.-XIRD HELEN AIARGARET JORDAN ELIZABETH AIINERVA BRO.-XDDUS NELLE AIAGRUDER GLEASON Juniors MAYIIIE ANNA BALDYVIN AMY AIARIE OVERLAND LILLIAN RIDDLE AGNES ELIZABETH ZILLY AI.-XRION LOUISE PERCIVAL AIAGARET AIAJOR FLORENCE ADELIAIDE CASSINGHAM Sophomores AGNES NELLIE PORTER CORNELIA GRACE AIATHER FLORENCE HOWARD XVOODMAN AIARY ETHEL SPENCER LAURENTINE BIEISSNER Freshmen CATHARINE PLANCK AI.-XRGUERITE COSTELLO MARGARET SAXVYER ARETE COVEY AIARGARET H.ARRIS FAY XVILLERTON 011, yes, we are gellirzg horribly popular.-SIGMA KAPPA. 3-11 Cwf in .11 .umaumum - , th .ex In V 5, in s ' s- " " Iii- - ., " L If QA I I - 2 A if- V Y- i 4 .. Ib Q- ., Q ' , .V 6 A , A if 'Rai b Zia-ggi A' 1 gt? ff' ' DOUGLAS I. RINER BROWN BI.-XNN NIORSE JAMES BALDNVIN OVITZ TURRELL SAXTON NOT:-I FEALLOCK L. LINDSAY WTEBBER CRAIG MYERS SIGNOR ROVER H. LINDSAY J. RINER EBERHART LEILA H.ARRIS, On arriving at class On time: "Curses, I thauglzt tha! I was going to be Idle." 3-12 gf HH .H .UHEDQHFQDA i Beta 1BlJi Founded at Monmouth College, 1867 Active Chapters, -H Illlitwig ZFIH QEDHIJUIZ Established October 26, 1895 MRS. A. L. STERN MRS. G. A. HUFF MRS. EUNICE WEAVER MRS. W. SEARS MRS. D. C. BlORRISSEY, JR. MRS. E. S. SXVIGART MRS. GEORGE FAIRCLO MRS. CHESTER RICHARDS MRS. A. W. STOOLMAN Sorores in Urbe KATE B. MANN liATHERINE DOYLE KATHERINE BlClNTOSH INEZ TLTRRELL HAZEL CRAIG IXIABEL AICINTOSH VERA TURRELL l1UTH SIGNOR HELEN HOLTGPI Sorores in Universitate Graduate FRANCES DOAN E Seniors ETHEL LEILA DOUGLAS HAZEL LOUISE QVITZ ADA LILLIAN BALDXVIN Juniors NELLE All-XRIE SIGNOR XLERNA LOUISE BROVVN ' LUCILE CRAVENS LILLIAN NOTH Sophomores IAIOGENE RINER FLORENCE ROYER Freshmen JESSIE ALXRGUERITE RINER Al.-XRGARET XYEBBER HELEN LINDSAY HENRIETTA FEALLOCK AlADGE MYERS AlYRA EBERHART PHEBE JAMES KATHERINE SAXTON AIELISSA TURRELL Pledges LOIS LINDSAY JESSE AIORSE The best plafe to IlIl'Z'6ffI'S6.1SPALDlXG'S BULLETIN BOARD. 343 If HU1ILHUEHQ1UF7lEP- - . 7 1 .f f - . J ., . Y 2 Q f ' x f ' F UV - ' Y 3 U 9 - 17. K bf- ' Q. h 511 u . ff , T J x ' ' '- ha... lin , '- rf- BAINES REDHED IDREW HOMBERGER G. SNVIFT SWIFT H. ABBOTT FELMLEY STRONG HERDRI.AN GAGE M.McINTYRE ALDRICH E.KNowLToN WRIGHT M.KNonLToN RUTHERFORD PARR E.McINTx'urz EIKER B.DREW F.ABBOTT IUILLIGAN LLEWELLYN TAYLOR :DLTPUY I clmlicr, flzzzller where I go, No man my langue can sezwg For men do try and men do sigh, But I laik on forever. -THE CO-ED. 344 iifxwf iw .H .HVUEUQHF394 kappa ifsappa Gamma Founded at Monmouth College, 1870 Active Chapters, 35 Beta iiamhua dllbaptzr Established April 28, 1899 Sorores in Urbe MRS. A. F. FAT MRS. A. P. CARMAN MRS. FRANK SMITII MRS. RAYMOND BLATCHLET MRS. D. C. BAGLEY MRS. J. S. Ai.-XSON MRS. C. D. GULICK MRS. F. M. RIANN O. S. XV.-XTKINS ARBISTRONG Ai.-XRY PATCHIN Ai.-XRY DEXAOLL LENORE BRUNER MRS. IONE -IENNIE CRAIG FAY ARMSTRONG EMMA AI.-XRTIN CORA XY.-XLLACE ELIZABETH CASS Sorores in Facultate FRANCES SIMPSON. B. L. S. CHARLOTTE SXIITCHELL GIBBS, A. M. AVA D. STEELE, A. RI. CELIA ANN IDREXV, Ph. B. NINA BELLE CRIGLER, B. S. Sorores in Universitate Graduates IDA SAGE Ai,-XRG.-XRET TAGGART Seniors EVA LYLE AICINTYRE HELEN AI.-XRGARET AIILLIC-AN RUTH LLEYVELLYN BEATRICE DREW BESS Ii.-XMILTON EIKER THEODORA SARAH ABBOTT AI.-XRY REBECC.-X AIOORE ELIZABETH PARR Juniors GERTRUDE TAYLOR GENEVA HUNTOON AIARGARET DUPUY Sophomores AI.-XBEL RICINTYRE HELEN ABBOTT ELEANOR PURDY ALDRICH LYNDA BERTHA HOAIBERGER ALICE REDHED Freshmen EUGENIA RUTHERFORD BERNICE XYRIGHT GERTRUDE THAX'ER SXVIFT ELIZABETH RNOWLTON RIIRIAM IXNOXVLTON ALICE ELIZABETH BAINES LA DELL.A STRONG CARRIE BELLE HERDMAN KIILDRED FELMLEY Thou canst never know the smell Qf lobaffa unless 111011 hast been In the Illini Qflice. 345 ff HIl .H.Hf:1lEUQlHF?lEf - R A . 9 9 X. Q -. x R :Q , R R ,1- 1 . ,::'T'- -, ,X ,M I 'S--1. 'Z -'-' ,. , . ' 1 - ' ' 1 ,A ' it :gy rg .Q 4 1 '11 1! S 'Q A 55 'QQ f 1 E ' u gf ., 1 R A bl ,N , ,NF E ' . . ' :.:w"' 'L R " , 'Q ' X, . - Q xA ' -52:4 ' . ,. 1, , :E . ' ,Q ,, 5 R . , -f P , EP-f ' V - -' gg , 1 7! ,E 3 Q ' - ,. -S A. , fx fa' "' ' - 1 ' ' -' " li - - .5- ,- Q ' Q f L ,ig D g a ' --S -X -V qp-. .-'Ra X 1 Lf. . 1 X-3. 5 ' Af. w, ' X N f 'P ,Ex .R B.-xcox RIPLEY CHIPPS SHOTWELL LEYVIS INIORRTSON CH.-fRNI ANDREWS L. BVSE1' F. BVSEY STEVENS G.-XRNETT PATTON ARMSTRONG HAINES CARROLL B.-XRRICK WYHITMIRE IQIRKWOOD LIORGAN BARKER XYALCOTT BAKER Then' must bn' hard work in him, for nom' ever fame 0zzf.fPERCY CLARK. 346 -" if-SHN .l1.HlI'1lEHQUFl B - A Alpha Qlhi Qlbmega Founded at DePauw University, 1885 Active Chapters, 16 Jlnta Gllbapttr Established December, 1899 Sorores in Urbe KIRS. DAVID KINLEY MRS. A. PALMER KIRS. Ii. J. TOWNSEND AIRS. A. H. DANIELS XIRS. R. CAMPBELL MRS. A. HLCRINS MRS. J. TAYLOR MRS. F. THOMAS XIABEL CHESTER RLXRY GOSS MRS. HCSS HELEN BRYAN IRENE BURRILL Sorores in Facultate FLORENCE RIIXRY KIRKUP OLA XYYETH SARAH ELIZABETH BRYAN. B. L. S. Sorores in Universitate Graduate SUSAN Bi.-XRTHA REED, A. M. Seniors CHARLOTTE PHELPS BAKER LUCY ELEA LEXYIS CARRIE CADE PATTON HIXRRIET ELIZABETH GARNETT Juniors LOUISE C. ARMSTRONG ELSIE P.-XTTON FRANCES IYIRRWOOD ALTA FERN CHIPPS Sophomores HIXZEL DEETTE CHARNI H.ARRIETT BEATRIX ANDREXYS GLADYS AGNES STEVENS NELLE ELIZABETH BARRICK KL-XBEL HIXINES Freshmen IDA Ki.-XE SHOTIYELL GRACE BUSEY RIORGAN INONDAS JANE XA OLCOTT XYILLA AGNES RIORRISON GRACE RI.-XRTHA BACON LETTIE LOUISE BUSEY JESSIE Bi.-XY BL-XXXVELL BEATRICE BIXRKER JEAN KIMBERLY RIPLEY FRANCES BUSEY LAURA AYHITAIIRE Pledge NELL CARROLL "Dnn't mzslc any prayers 011 l7l?,H7uI'IIGHB.-XLLH VVILSON, A T fl. 347 ff 3+9HIl.H.HUTJEHE1UFFl I WRIGHT FINNIE TALBOT MEAD G. JOHNSON ICIRKPATRICK GLOVER DOBSON E. Voss KEGLEY DODDS MRS.GLOVER LINDBERG CLINE F. JOHNSTON GOBEN CALLAGAN NIURDOCK JONES M. Voss SMITH JAMIE-ON RIN,-XKER NL-XLONE SCOGGIN "Oh, mamma, why d0n't the boys propose to me?"-HAZEL CRAIG. 348 NQHII .Il.HWEHS:11HH hi Q9mega Founded at Arkansas University, 1895 Active Chapters, 25 QDmirrnn Glbapttt Established June, 1900 Sorores in Urbe RIARY HIXINES ALBERTA CLARK BERTHA H.ARPER FANNIE DEVX OLEE EMMA KERN RIARY NELSON Soror in Facultate HARRIET RINARER, A. M. Sorores in Universitate Graduate CLARISSA RINAKER Seniors RIARTHA GERTRUDE JAMISON RAE IRENE RIALONE GERTRUDE CANE SMITH BERTHA Ri.-XRIE JONES IXIATHILDA CAROLINE Voss Juniors PEARL HAZELLETTE GOBEN FLORENCE ELINOR ROBINSON AIILDRED XJIRGINIA TALBOT SARA LOUISE NIKON RUTH RIARIE REBECCA LINDBERG . Sophomores ALICE RIB.-XD RUTH FINNIE RIARIE PALTLINE CLINE ELIZABETH Voss FLORENCE RUBY JOHNSTON Freshmen CORA CALLAOAN GLADYS JOHNSON RUBY SCOGGIN RIARGUERITE DODDS ROBERTA XYRIG DOROTHY GLOVER KIAMIE KECLEY HELEN DOBSON NELL KIRKPIXTRICK HT "We d0r1't know, unfy we Ilzizzlc that we k1mw."iSIGIxIA NUS 3-19 ff QQIHI Il UIVWIZHQUG UD - X 'I I Z 'X Q' , -t UA F ,-me Q - 6 Ns' fr ,xx R I Q 2 A - - bi 1 .,,' Q N j . ' .:. ,V EIQV X xx , ' H R . e AW - E ., 4 E Em 1 Q, '- X , Sb I ,, ,Q , 2134 ' Q ' H' - 1' . 'iw Q J f- , ' , Q A R 32' , "Y . e E4 W: .-1 BIESSNER RANS-ON NAGEL NICGILL BARNES ECKHARDT HOLSON ELLIOTT R1E'rz A. FISHER BRANCH GOODMAN DEDRICK IJRYER OLIVER HEDRICK JENNER FIELDING VVENRICK RIGHTER KELSO E. FISHER XVHITTAKER H01 o doll: llze SHZIAII-Hg little H1111-tl empfoy each busy lI01lf?'CLARA BROOKS. S K. 350 'T' lIll .Il .HWEUQHFQEXT alta Qlpba Xi Founded at Lombard College, 1893 Active Chapters, 15 kappa clllbaptrt Established December 15, 1905 Sorores in Urbe XYINIFRED CAMPBELL XELLE BRANCH Sorores in Universitate Graduate GENEVIEYE KELSO Juniors LOUISE MAY LIENNER EVA .AMES DEDRICK BYNE FRANCES GOODMAN NELLE KlELISS.X RIETZ Sophomores NELLIE PAULINE RIGHTER I'l.-XRRIET Xl ENRICR Freshmen ELXRCELLA ELIZABETH NAGEL Xl.-XRIE ARNOLD OLIVER NELLE BARNES KLXDELINE KIAY DRYER RUTH LINCOLN XYHITTAKER CLARA MARY ECRHARDT IVALON EMILY BRANCH ELIZABETH ROBERTS RlCC2ILL EVELYN JOSEPHINE FISHER ETHEL ALICE RANSON Al,-XRY Rl,-XRJORIE ELLIOTT ABIG.-UL ELIZABETH FISHER KIABEL FIELDING PEARL AlESSNER NELL LIOSEPHINE, HEDRICK Pledge -I UANITA ISABELLE HOLSON Tut. lnl, my man, llzv girls Iumft kurt j'01t.-QTTO SPRINGE. 351 f HU .H .HVUEUUHQ9 9 . ,.: X J V ba gy, N' f . I . M Xl III I , I A A N I I I If I - ,,- T .N rf., GAY ERLBACHER MCCLINTOCK 0. STRAIGHT EVA ROHRBACH G. STRAIGHT REXWINKLE JAMES LEAKE SHREFFLER SCHALLER BROOKS JEFFERI' DENNI' 'WvIL.LIAM5ON XVINTERMIRE ETTA ROHRBACH CHASE AKER WHEELER RYDER NICHOL CLAUSEN Tn what Iengllzs some men will go.-"SHEET" BLAISDELL, A T Q 352 DAPHNE xl.-XRGARET REXWINRLE AIAUD DENNY QEEEPC' QQHU ALHIEJEUQIHF-lbxd - Sigma appa Founded at Colby College, 1874 Active Chapters, 12 Tllbcta Cllzbdllfflf Established February 22, 1906 Sorores in Urbe MAE BUCHANAN AIRS. HAZEL KEUSINR MRS. ETHEL PARKS Soror in Facultate JOSIE BATCHELLER HOL7CHENS, A. B. Sorores in Universitate Seniors HARRIET CLAIRE ERLBACI-IER LOUISE ITXNN JAMES Juniors IXMELIA LOUISE GAY KIARIETTA ROHRBACH CATHERINE LOUISE NICHOL CLARA XIABEL BROOKS Sophomores lRENE BCRCHI-XRD XYHEELER FRANC ELLA SHREFI-'LER KVA REBECCA JEFFREY OLIVE KlARIA RYDER Freshmen IQATHERINE LUNSDELL CHASE EMMA EUGENE SCH.-XLLER IXATHERINE :XKER E LIZ.-XBETH Oh, look 'ZCIIIII Belo!! sent In 353 KlARG,XRET CHRISTINE XlCCLINTOCK EVA ISIXBELLI-A ROHRBACH BELLE WILLIAMSON ELSA XYINTERIXIIRE FRANCES NICHOL OAIA RUTH STRAIGHT GRACE KIAY LEAKE CIIAUSEN us.-NOLAX, E X. 1' HH .H.HWEHEW1HW .Lf - l.,1,if'h., fig... HEMSING BROOKS CASEY MCINTOSH JOHN NIOORE SPR.-xGL'E Duxrx ALEEHIRF GERE BANNING H. 1X'1C'ROBIE LITTLEJOHN 1, IVICROBIE OSBORN Hoox ER SMITH HINNHXXX LTNDSEY BICKNELI. HARPER EMMERSON BURRELL Cmxx SHLCI 'Sm TTS NA PROF. GARNER: "Guerilla warfare, though common in the C111 I1 ar as practzcallv a dead thing today, " Extract from ED. LYoN's note book: "G0rriIIas were prominent 111 the C1 11 Har but Ee mon 1 Stand for Mem now." 354 -'T HH .H .UWEUQlHff'lEf? alta Gamma Founded at the University of Mississippi, 1873 Active Chapters, 19 Ilota Glibaptrr Established May, 1906 Sorores in Urbe MRS. XVILLIAAI .IAECER KIABEL IQICKETTS MRS. CLYDE EMMONS GRACE KELLY MRS. GEORGE T. FLOAI CORNELIA KLAXGOON KIRS. JOEL STEBBINS ELLEN KICRRAY JSVIS GYVINN Sorores in Facultate NELLE KIA-IOR DICKINSON, B. S. ALTA CEXVINN, JA. M. ELIZABETH PARNHAM BRUSH, A. B. Sorores in Universitate Graduate EUNICE RICINTOSH Seniors ETHEL NORTH BLTRRELL JESSIE BARBARA BICROBIE ETHEL GXVINN CLARA RICKETTS REBA DAVIS Juniors ETHEL KIAE EAINIERSON JULIA IXLBERTX H.XRl'ER LULU IIE.-XH LITTLE-IOHN FAI' IJELEN BICIQNELL RUTII LEONARD IDA BELLE IDEXYEY Sophomores SARAH LOUISE BANNINO RUBY FRANCES RIOORE IDORIS ADDA CJSBORN SYLVIA CASEY ELIZABETH XIAUDE BROOKS XLXRJORIE PAYLINE SHUTTS NELLE KLXBEL LINDSEY Freshmen RLLXBELLE GALENA HERISING ISABEL HOOVER SARAH LOUISE JXLESHIRE ELIZABETH ELSIE SPRACUE Ri.-XRIE HENRIETT.-X SHUCR HELEN BEATRICE GERE FLORENCE AIILDRED SMITH DORETTE THAYER JOHN ELIZABETH HAZEL HINSH.-XXV Pledge HELEN NTARJORIE iX'ICROBIE "Oh, yes, I am stil! in the regz'menl."-E. A. RICH, H 117. 355 iivf' HU ,H .HFUEUQHVEEX -' 'I 'rg Z 'V 1 ,l rl -, A ' 573' . ..-- ' 3 A '.". - ' fa - ' an -A ' 4 A ' V A ix , as f .K -X ' p I 1 . 'X q i NR Q 4- , A A Q : 4, . A f N..., . Yi- ,Q ' Q A -A-A - XVI-IITNEY RIOULTON XV.-XLLACE NIERSTHEIMER LAxTz SHINN RELLER Wins DEWITT BRUNER P.-XISLEY HUNTER RQPP lj.-XYISON ALKIRE HASH IVA MAVITY ERSKINE IDA IXIAVITY ' ' ' '-5:-A'sm-5'Q1.ff::f.1:":i " - K- ,. .Q.Lzgs.k:,.L?Qx:.-,m.x-zxlzexazfd .xg rg.: If I'd only been IWtZZ'l1,V 1'115!r11d of good looking. I would have lfzken C7IgI'IIFEVf7lg inslead of law."-CUT NIOFFETT, A T A 356 If Hll .ll .llWEUE7lHFlE'- Zllpba QBmicrnn i Established at Barnard College, 1897 Active Chapters, 14 Ilnta cnibaptrr Established February 28, 1911 Sorores in Urbe XIAUD ALICE BACON JXNNETTA STEPHENS AIRS. F. EBERT ELIZABETH xL'CKO1.L4 Sorores in Universitate Seniors EMMA 1iTIIEL DEXYITT lxD.X MAE PAISLEY 1iRN.X LEONE RELLER Juniors PEARL IOLA RDIJP HXXZEL ELLEN .TXLKIRE SUSAN ALICE HASH FLORENCE SIIINN LOUISE KIINNIE NIERSTHEIRIER NELLE T,-XNNER ERSKINE Sophomores RUTH LEONE 13.-XVISON RI.-XBEL CLARA WALLACE HELEN 11 HITNEY LORA BELLE K1OULTON ETTA XIABEL LANTZ Freshmen IVA DESSIE Rl.-XYITY RL-XRY YIOLA BRUNER IDA BESSIE KLXVITY BL-XRY L. 11ILLS Famous A7j'i1Iifz'c5: 111.-XDDEN, A Y, AND THE ENIER-ILD 11?-LE. 3.37 ii? HH .H .HVUEUQH5 QE SPROXVLS BENSON MYERS AXELSON MOON STOCK .THAYER NIOREHOUSE H,ALLETT BOND AXELSON PLETCHER "Verily I my 141110 you, now I am up against il."-SMEJICEL. 358 ' ff '1'+9HIl.l1.HVUEU9:1JHHE Qlpba Qlpba Established April 12, 1907 Members in University Graduates :XIARGARET HOPE H.'XI,l.ETT. A. B. FRANCES RIILTON XIURIIIIC-USE, A. B Seniors JXLPHYLD JOSEPHINE LXXELSON Umm BELLE PLETCHER MACD RIAYE MOON iXm'OL'sT,x ILLEANOR BOND Juniors ERMA KIARTH.-x STOCK ALICE THAYER Sophomores SARAH HELEN RIYERS LLYNA LENNORE SPROXYLS Freshmen ALICE GRACE AXELSOX LO1s POPE BENSON I am the biggest fish in Zlze POIIJ.-EELLS. S59 nu .11 .HWEHHHU9 .fm . ? 4 - .1 P x , , B, .-9 'D .- K gg. .LQF VANA ,. -- - A . N F , . 5 2 '- ,rw V ' 4, , , W ., Q , B ' 191 B 'fi Q1 'B A 4 .Av x , 1... -f R . .A lg I. Q , 3? - . A in Y' 1 X ,K Q, - - V , . A -Ap . ' XM ' ' Q-2 Q .4 ' ' .. A.. .. , - T if Q 1' .- gg. ., . . -- ' Nr. - . 'N . S E -'FX 'A 5 Q ., gy ,I up gy- . X, 1, 5' Q A ' V f , 4' 2' ' Y T, ' .A N- .K K s . ig N JONES F. BAXTER H.ARB.-XRGER ELLIOTT L. B.-XNE LAUER GRESHAM HANFQ FLYRTHING CROSSLAND ABBOTT Buss KING BROWN BARRY LEON,-XRD Romxsox Moss SAVAGE THEILEN GERLACH B. BAXTER L. L.-XTZER G. BANE ROTHGEB Af"QQ1'.gk'V7 . l'f 'If 'XA g- 1' fa , 1' . I, t ,ff R R .-if -ff?-' " ' 'R 'Q " ' if:'.' f...-1 A ' - 'I 1 i,':f . " RMB 5.52 E. lfilflf- . .. E gf : -fg'?f'+-, ' lf i .,,.., ., , . MK L , :tif 545 Qi 's 1 if ni 1 V X W 1 X , -...... 3 ' ei A 4 -1 'fjigi , ,4E,v:'E "!if.l.iql4ff3.34Ts f!iilll'13l': M111 i:, sl lil, gg NEO Q N' Ai' .. ., A, , T J? 'Q . .. .. .J1':2:2:p:r'.-N'-'fe'if.'A--G .. . .. . . 'A ,. .T . Wanied-A pair of bellows 10 blow Qff the dust qf ignoranre.-DL'KE SPARKS. 360 iw?-tc HH .Il .HIUIEUQIUWEP I iBiJi igeta Established February, 1909 Resident Members PEARLE ELIZABETH NEWCOAII3 FANNY XYILDER HILL Members in Faculty FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE JONES, Ph. D. LENORE LYDI,-X LIXTZER. M. 5. SADA AAXNIS H.XRBIXRGER, A. M. FRANCES DORCAS .1XIsROTT, A. B. Members in University Graduate XINA XJIVIIZN GRESIIAAI, A. B. Seniors BlIRIAM GERLACII FRANCES BOSTXVICK ilJliON.XliD HELEN EVA BLISS FRANCES ALXRIE SCOTT ELLA STEWART BROXVN ELLEX CATHERXVOOD POXVEI. FLORENCE CEABRIELLE BAXTER Juniors GENEVA MAE BANE JL'1.lET LITJ. BANE AlARY CORDELLX BARRY Sophomores GERTRLTDE LOUISE ELLIOTT BEssIE 3lARY BAXTER VIOLA JUNE CROSSLAND LILLIAN KIAY RING GEORGIE FARTHING KIARGARET RATHERJNEVTHEHEN Freshmen HELEN.HANEg JESSE ROTHGEB LILLIAN SAVAGE ALICE Moss Pledge ROIVIONA LAUER My kingdom for zz mas!-YE ROAST EDITOR. 361 f Q " HH .U .HIUIEUQUUHEP 4 jrxo Cuo PANDORA LORELEI PROSERPINE APHRODITE SCYLLA UNDINE DAPHNE DIANA HEBE NIINERVA CLOTHO CHARYBDIS JONES BI.-XLONE H.4TCH FLEMING NICHO1. GOEBEL GERLAXCH BURNS ABBOTT ,IAMISON About as 11111511 purpose to his rzzreer as in healing your heels against the g70lllZd,-CXHARLES ROBERTS, A K E. 362 HH .H .HWEUEEJUFF2 X lji QDBIIH ' BI Senior-Junior Honorary Sorority Established 1900 Active Members Seniors FRANCES DXIARIE SCOTT BERTHA NIARIE JONES RLYTII XIITCHELL BURNS FRANCES BOSTVVICK LEONARD CATHERINE LOUISE NICIIOL RAE IRENE MA Juniors VENUS CASSANDRA RIINERVA JUNO CLIO IRNDINE PANDORA DAPHNE KIARIII. CIIRISTINE GOEBEL ROSE GRAIIAAI FLEIIIINO ETHEL KIAE EBIMERSON LIAZEL LOUISE OVITZ RIIRIAM GERLACH LONE SCYLLA CH.-XRYBDIS PROSERPINE HEBE LORELE1 CLOTHO DIANA APHRODITE "Aly picture should be in every pronzinenl sluderzfs mom."-T. A. C. 363 I .xnlafn Roma ABBOTT B.XC'flX RlfHllI3.XC'H SHREFFLER BANNTNC RIQQHTER CHARN1 CLINE I,INma15Ru B1n'KNm.L ARMSTRONG GWINN .IENNER Another of ilzesv Iilerary la-myers.-AL BUSHNELL. 364 m cf un .H .HVUEUQIHH -M ll ,ll .HlilEllE7HlFl EL? U 8 Sophomore Intersorority Society Established 1907 Active Members Pi Beta Phi FLORENCE A. ROYER IMOOENE RINER Kappa Kappa Gamma HELEN JXBBOTT ,lEssIE FAI' ARMSTRONG Alpha Chi Omega GRACE Xl,-XRTHA BACON H.AZEL DEETTE CHARNI Chi Omega RITTH Al.-XRIE REBECCIX LINDBERO XLXRIE PAULINE CLINE KIILDRED VIRGINIA TALBOT Alpha Xi Delta NELLIE PAULINE RIGIITER LOUISE RlAY JENNER Sigma Kappa FR,-XNC ELLA SHREFFLER EVA ISABELLE ROHRBIXCII Delta Gamma Avis GWINN SARAH LOUISE BANNING FAY HELEN BICKNELL Cnilege puI1'I1'f1II 111051111155 uflczz I1rU11fc1ImU11 116011156 Of imzzbie with H142 bfotuer Izppfmzlzrx, 365 HH .Il .UVUEHQJ Buchan Eastern Star Club Established 1908 Faculty Member FRANCIS IX4. FEIND Active Members Graduates IRMA E. XXOIGT Seniors lXlAUD M. lVlOON EMMA K. BIIARTIN LOUESA J. KEYS Juniors AMY J. HAMPTON JOSEPHINE HARPER Sophomores NIOLLIE L. DAVIS CARRIE M. PERVIER Freshmen GERALDINE CARRIER Special JENNIE H. THOMSON UWM N. EDITH TILTON LILLIAN GUINN IDA B. DAVIS BESSIE F. KLINE HAZEL E. ALKIRE JESSIE F. lVlILLER LOIS P. BENSON DAVIS ALKI RE HAMPTON CARRIER PERX IER BENSON DAVIS GUINN MOON CLINE KEYES V OIOHT FEIND MARTIN THOMPSON MILLER TILTON HARPER The qffiee should seek the 751071.-'ILLINOIS UNION. 366 4 ' 1 - v if 4 'Sf "' QQ S Tfffnsf Q- ffggmg, 4 J u - 4 "f'X'i1 N Q t, :H V- :ffm-,-f -4 . - Q -3 5 -.-. :- w M - - - A' N Q . N,f43m?f f i -' A -,.. shaggy' ,--. ,A .T Www-W X,. ' Q -W .E . f Y sf' 6. 367 1' 'iw .U .HIVUEHQHIFQE DEAN MARY E. FAWCETT Woxufs BVILDING INN N'S BAG U WOman's League Officers EVA L. AICINTYRE I President BELLE XYILLIAAISON . . Secretary ALXBEL A. KNIGHT . A ice-President ELIZABETH LOVE . . . Treasurer Executive Committee EVA L. AICINTYRE BELLE YYILLIAAISON AGNES N. PORTER KIABEL A. KNIGHT ELIZABETH LOVE CECILE AIONTGOMERY Advisory Board Departmental Representatives Graduafs L'I.Z'El'flfZll'6 and .lrzf .'1gl'l.L'll!l'IlI'E SUSIE BENSON KATHERINE LEVVIS EVA BLAIR illzzfir BEULAH BACH Library ALXBEL JOHNSON FLORENCE B.-XIRD MARGARETKINGSBURY ,Jradmrzy IRENE AIICHE TAURELI.-X KNAPP CECELIA AYARD Organization Representatives Alethenai , . AIARY BARRY Alpha Chi Omega . Illiola .... ELLEN POXVEL Chi Omega . . Athenean . I . RUTH BURNS XYOmen's Athletic Association . . , . ELIZABETH BROADDUS Household Science Club ADA BALDWIN Y. W. C. A. . CECILE AIONTGOMERY Kappa Alpha Theta . AGNES PORTER Pi Beta Phi , . FLORENCE ROYER Delta Gamma . Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Alpha . . Phi Beta , . . Phi Delta Psi . Kappa KappaGamma BEATRICE DREW Kochow '... Alpha Xi Delta , Sigma Kappa . Scfwzva BERNICE FORD GRACE CHALLIXND AIILDRED SEYSTER HJXRRIET G.-XRNETT PEARL GOBEN CLARA ECRHARDT AMELI.-X GAY SARAH B.-XNNING PEARL ROPP ALICE THAYER BESSIE BAXTER ROSE FLEMING IRMA YOIGT 5 I' i . 2 I - i l .P AL. PORTER AIONTGOBIERY IxNIGHT LICIXTYRE LOVE 369 QQ. QM .II ,HU UEHMHH2 MQW Xxwz L VVOMENF ATHLETIC Assoc'1.xT1uN 3 0 M5 NS ATI1 LET 65 VVomen's CJHIICCFS XYIQRNA BROORS IQUTH LEONARD BIOSEPHINE IXRIRK .XAIY CJYILRIEXND Members PIEXCH ANDREWS FLORENCE BANTI-:R ELIZABETII BROAIJDUS IQLIZABETII BROORS XWERNA BROOKS .ALIDA BOWLER BESSIE CLINE NORNIA COOLEY LOUISE GARRETT JULIA HIXRPER NELLIE HARTSOCIQ SUSAN HASH ELEANOR HESELTINE ,XDA HUNT LOUISE KIAAII-is LOUISE -IIQNNER BERTHA JONES XIOSEPHINFI IRIRK FRANCES KIRKXYUUD MARION IRXNDEE FRANCES LEONARD RL'1'Ii LEONARD RL'Tli LLEXYELLYN EULA LOVTZENIIISER JESSIE KICIQOBIE EVA KIITCHELL Athletic Association l'7l'CsIclCI1I v. , . AICC-1 Iccsult-III SccI'ct2I'A' 'IwI'casL1I'cI' CIiNI-:x'IIQx'E XIOORI-I RUBY XIOHRI-Q GERTRUIJE KlOL'I.THN .PXAIY RJYERLAND Df'JRlS OSBIJRN ADA PAISLI-:Y ,XNNA PECR IQRNA REIIER SOPIIIE R1iJk3ERS PEARL, ROPP XIARIE SCOTT GERTRL'DE 'TAYLOR KIABEL XYALLACE gXNN,X AYILLIAAIS KIARY IQ. XYILLIANI5 Tm: rlfffzgr ful-Ifpv-LII.LIAN NUTII ANI: HAZIQI, UVITZ. STI f' HH .ll .IlWEllFllIHEfr, Senior Girls' Basketball Team ROGERS SMITH BICROBIE JAMES HESELTINI2 RENICH BAXTER BRCWN CCaptainD Junior Girls' Basketball Team HASH VAI'TRAI' MITCHELL KIRK LECNARD HUNT' qCaptainJ PECK IQIRKXYOOD Boller 'write Persirzrz junk Ilzan 110111ing.-GOLDMERSTEIN. 377 4355 llll .ll.HU'1lEllWllIEEr- fi? Sophomore Girls' Basketball Team Freshman Girls' Basketball Team ut, spealeing from an r if point of 7.'l.?'1L'.H4PHIL Hnx 373 T of HH .H .uinisneiuielsxi ,Qi 151321916 appnle anne NIS QF THE KIOST POPULAR of Ifniversity events is the KIaypole Dance, given every spring by the girls' gymnasium classes. To us, accustomed as we are to the elaborate performances on Illinois Field, with grand-stand and bleachers filled to overflowing with visitors, the history of this institution is of great interest. In 1893, the first simple little Kfaypole Dance, consisting of one winding figure. was given on the South Campus. Some of the spectators were accommodated by a circle of chairs which were provided by the Y. IV. C, A., and the rest of the onlookers stood behind. The Y. IV. girls sold home-made candy that year, and later added ice cream and sandwiches, as the affair grew more elaborate. In 1906, for the first time, the dance was given on Illinois Field, and in that year or the following, admission was charged, a custom which has coiitinued, the receipts going to the IYornen's Athletic Association. Each year the Y. XY. C. A. takes advantage of the enthusiasm to give a stunt party in the Auditorium in the evening. Last year the most elaborate drills ever given took place on Illinois Field on XIay 19, at the close of a beautiful spring day. The senior girls in cap and gown, and the gymnasium girls in fancy costumes serenaded the president's house with Illinois songs, and then marched, the seniors leading, to Illinois Field. The ceremonies began with the entrance of the hfay Queen, the part being taken by Norma Cooley. She was escorted by her maid of honor, who was Julia Harper, and many attendants. The queen was crowned in a series of pretty poses, and was then carried off the field on the shoulders of a human tally-ho. The sweet-pea waltz, the flower drill, and the shepherdess dance preceded the grand maypole. The latter was danced around a huge pole in the middle of the field, with the figures weaving the orange and blue streamers in and out. The program was ended by a group of seven interesting and artistically costumed dances of the nations, with an ensemble giving the Illinois Salute at the last. Fsmovs ArF1x1r1Es: Sludeut politics ai Illinois and chaos. -375 HH.LIlliJEHQ1UVlEP E T First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. ixl.-XTTOON GRES-HAM JONES HERSBIAN SEYSTER M.-ITI-IER WILI.I.u1s0N ALDRICH RENICH NIONTGOMERY KNIGHT SCOTT PATCHIN FORD GROVES Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. BICKNELL VVILLERTON BAXTER B,-XNE ROHRB.ACH IXIITCHELL ASHTON MILLER BAKER FISHER VVITTE GLEASON POWEL BARRY VAN CLEAVE BTICHE BR.-XNNIGER U'1zcn I sez' that girl in red. I'II forget wha! Merfer Sdlicf.-BULL ROBERTS. 376 Officers of the Young Women's Christian FRANCES AlARIE SCOTT ELLEN C. POYYEL . . FRANCES LEONARD BERTIIA JONES . FLORA CASE . . ALXRY A. PATCIIIN CORNELIA AIATHER AIABEL INNIOHT . AGNES PORTER. . . CHARLOTTE MATTOON , FLORENCE BAXTER. . CARLOTTA FORD DORIS OSBORN . ELEANOR ALDRICH , . CECILE AIONTGOMERY , NINA GRESHAAI . . AlILDRED SEYSTER . PAULINE CEROVES . BESS HERSDIAN , . KATHERINE RENICH . BELLE WILLIAMSON ELLEN POXVEL, IJULA DEXTER PEARL ASI-ITON LAURA BAKER ELLA BROXVN BIABEL AIILLER PEARL ROPP EVA ROHRBACH Association First Cabinet Second Cabinet Chairman FAY XYILLERTON HELEN BICKNELL A IEDA HOLh'IAN Advisory Board MRS. EDWARD FULTON, Chairman BIRS. R. R. All-XTTIS MRS. E. M. KNOWLTON MRS. BIARY E. FAWCETT ISABEL BEYIER FLORA CASE, '12 Oh! me.: oh! my!-HILDA GETTING. 377 President Yice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding SCCI'C-tzery Treasurer General Secretary . Religious Kleetings . General Bible Study . Sorority Bible Study . Alissionary . Klembersliip . Finance . Social . Calling . Employment . Advertisement . Poster . Alusic . House . Rooms . Academy GENEVA BANE :XDELINE XYITT NELLE GLEASON AIARY BARRY IRENE AIICHE LILLIAN ALAN CLEVE PEACH 1-XNDREXVS ELLA BRANNIOER EVA BIITCHELL LAURA FISHER Al.-XRTHA J. IEYLE KETLTRIAH SIM AIARGARET CHESTER GRIACE PARMEUTER AIARIE SCOTT, '11 QQ?" 'CQHH .H .HU UEUFJUHQ - BI.-XTHER ROBINSON BROOKS HERSIIAN TALBOT BACON SHINN SENDENBURGH BRADRICIQ TH.-XYER GARRETT BARRY MILLER BLISS KNIGHT P.-XRR GERL.-XCH LEONARD GLEASON BAIRD MCINTYRE BAKER Olzl meg all! nzy! wlzafs going by, llml smells like sweet spring breezesq What silky sound is rustling roznzfi, like wind that sways llze treeses? Be still, be still, tlzrcc' limcs be siillg I'll tell you 'bout tlze allmfilmz, Our Clara, zciill Il 1nan's check book, is teaflzing him subtmrtion. 378 LET BN First Semester RIIRI,-XM GERLACH FRANCES LEONARD EDITH SENDENBCRQ CORNELIA MATI-IER CTRIXCE IQOBINSON RIABEI. IQNIGHT . NELLIC GLEAsON XIARTHA Ili Officers . President . . , . Yice-President . . . . Recording Secretary . r1'I'6'2SLII'C1' . , Historian . . . , Secretary , Corresponding I St'I'QCHI1t-QI-:XI'IHS, . Members in Faculty IQYLI-I Active Members Second Semester I"RANCEs LEONARD KIARIE GOEEEI, BESS HERSNIAN CORNELIA MATHER GRACE IQOBINSON fiR.XCE BACON MIRIANI ciERI..XClI SADA IX. HA RIZIXRQQ li R Graduates MRs. BIZRTILX ISAIRIJ ICLIZAIIETII BRYIXX CARRIE HERIJNIAN Seniors ELIZ.-XBli'I'H PARK ROSE SAIITI-I AIIRIAM GERL.XCH IdHLEX Buss ZXELLE GLEAsON CHARLOTTE BAKER ILVA KICINTYRE KIABEL INNIOIIT FRANCES LEONARD KIARIE GOEBEL ILLIZABETII BROOKS Juniors RIARY BARRY I,oL'IsE CiOEBEL GRACE ROBINSON QXLICIQ TXHAYER BEss HERSNIAN RIARLLXRET DUPLA' KIILDRFD TALBOT INATIIERINE L1-IXYIS FLORENCE SHINN IDA IDEXYEY Sophomores CORNELIA RIATIIER FAT KIILLER EDITH SENDENBURGII LOL'IsE CLXRRETT GRACE BACON LCCY BRADRICR Freshmen ELIZABETH SPRAGIIE. AIARY 'XX ILL5 RIILDRED GRIFFITII AGATIIA MCGAW PAUL HANNA: "Yes, I 11 III tl member of Tau Bela Pi." 370 T' HIl1LIQIl'ilEUQHFlE? mill? ROBERTS CASE MOURNING VOIGT BOOKER GAY CLARK LOUTZENHISER HALLIDAY PORTER BURNS WHTTMIRE PRICE BROOKS NICCLURG FLEMING NICHOL FLEMING BIESTER HUNT ALDRICH BURNS BAIRD IVIOURNING TURK MONTGOMER1' FLEMING DEWITT MILLIGAN LLEXYELLYN A snail and he could 'walk together 'and never fall out of Sl6P.1DEAN TOWNSEND. 380 ILLIOL Oiiicers INATIIERINE RIOCRNING . Prcsidcm .XKIELIA GAY , , . XiCC-PI'k'SiLiCI1T iii-IRTRCDE FLEMING . . Recording Secretary RLTH BURNS . , CNOI'I'CSIWHIILiiI1g Secretary BESSIE PRICE Trcasurcr IRNIA X OIGT . Critic Active Members Graduates .IOSEPIIINE BURNS IRNIA XWOIGT FRANCES ABBOTT Seniors FLORENCE B.-XIRD RLTH LLEXYELIIYN RCTH BURNS HELEN RIILLIGAN ROSE FLEMINO CHECILE KIONTGOIXIERY ENIAIA DEH ITT IxATIIERINE XIOCRNING Juniors CLARA BROOKS XELLE KICCLCRG FLORA CASE IQIIA LOUTZENHISER LOUISE ARMSTRONG CATHERINE XICIIOL ANIELIA CEAY NELLE AIOCRNING CSEORGIA FLEAIINO ADA HITNT GER'I'RL'IJI'Z FLENIINO AGNES PORTER JXNNA BELLE ROBINSON Sophomores NELI,Ili INOBERTS HELEN CLIXRKE JEAN HOOKER ILZTHEL SI-XLISBURY IQLEANOR :XLDRICII Freshmen RUTH I-14-XLLIDAY LACRA XX HITMIRE BESSIE PRICE KIAUD DENNY Uneasy lies U19 fIE'Ul1' thu! wears llze con. 351 513' HH ,l1.HVUEHQlHFlEf ANDREWS BANE DEXTER STRAUCH OLSON E.-KDE MILLER SEYSTER RIETZ VAN CLEAVE BAXTER HATCH RYDER RUST RENZ IVIICHE NEWBURN GHRUM HATCH BAXTER IYIATTSON DEXTER IVICPI.-XRRY "Not for love, but for money I'lI do Til."-ORY STAPLES. 382 ATH E NEA GRACE DEXTER RIABEL RIILLER BESSIE BAXTER LITA BANE . . BERTHA STRALICII , FLORENCE BAXTER AIARGARET IEIALLETT . LORA A. PIENION Officers Honorary Member President A ice-Presideui Recording SeCrCtaIx Corrcspoiiding Seuetaix I Treasurer SETQCQIII-21-.'XI'II1S Critic MRS. li. C. BALDXYIX Members in Faculty Active Nlembers Graduates BIZSSIE SIIACRELI, Seniors GENEVA BANE LITA BANI4: FLORENCE BAXTI-:R GRACE DICXTER KIARGARET HALLIQTT ICIJITH HATCH Juniors IQVANOELINE QEROYES XELLIE IXIETZ LILLIAN AAN CLEVE Sophomores PEACH JXNDREAVS BESSIE BAXTER GLIXDYS IQADE FLORENCE QJLSEN Freshmen ALICE HATCH Specials RIARY NEXX'BL'RN "AIU Im! ITS II .wriuzzs thing I0 gn in T-011650. RITII iii-QISU XiARGL'ERITE XYA'I'SON CJLIYE KIATTSUN AIEssIE xiC'H.XRRX' I"RANCEs c,HRL'M lfQ1,LEN POIVEL KIYRTLE RENZ KIARIE SCOTT KIILDRED SEx'sTER BERTHA STRAVCII LLLL' DEXTER IRENE RIICHE KIABEL KIILLER GRIXCE RUST OLIVE RYDER "-WARD FIQHER. -f UH .H ,HIVHEHHUH - 'ff' in W g , ' I N' ' y ' 1 'f' -' - . . I 1 ' . ': ,S 'i' Q X Q ! 'X ' X :-- V ' 1 .L 1 1 I .W K . , ,Q ' X , U, , j L .. M. A ' J ,. ' . ECKHARDT -IEXNER G. G1,,xsu1,fim' Husmxs BAIRD RIETZ R. GLAsu1,mv NEEDHAUI BIE5'l'lCR Bunn S'rR.1.L'CH ALURIQH Klxu IWINER SI-NNN H.API'I4lR GRAHHI5 TMR DIQWITT HVN1 FORD KEYE5 FLEMING LEE "1lI1z'z1k Dean Clark is 'i't?I'j'5l'lIXfbfF,'IIC'UIZ'I1k5j1lSfllX I du."-C. RI. KENNAN. 391 I EH? CQEE HH.U. UWT-.S.'UEF'JUfT'lEfe Zlauusebulh intense lub First Semester CARLOTTA FORD . BERTHA STRAUCH . GEORGII-X FLEMING . ALICE BIESTER . CARLOTTA FORD RIARY MINER GRACE GLASGOW LOUISE JENNER ANNA XYILLIAII5 ETTA LANTZ FLORENCE GRABBE ADA BALDWIN LORA AIOULTON GEORGIIA FLEMING RUTI-I GLASGOW CLARA ECRHARDT EMIIIA DEXXLITT BERTH.-X STRAUCH LOUESA KEYS CIARRIE NEEDHIXRI LILLIAN KING Officers President . Yice-President Secretary. . . Treasurer. Members CORNELIA KIATHE Second Semester . JULIA 'TEAR ADA BALDWIN . FLORENCE SIIINN . IZORA LEE JULIA TEAR IZORA LEE AIABEL BEBB ALICE BIESTER FLORENCE SHINN ETIIEL BAIRD JOSEPHINE H.XPPER CARRIE HOSRINS GRACE LINDER FRANC SIIREFFLER HELEN BICRNELL AIABEL XYALLACE NELL HARTSOCK RIARGARET RICCLINTOCK GERTRUDE ELLIOTT RIARGARET SAXVYER LITA BANE R Orpheum fllll-fl1fl,0IlS a! Sfma Chi house during rushing season. 385 lHl .H.HlFUEHQ1HFl9 INTERIOR Wom3N's GYx1NAs1L'x1 380 CLUBS AND SCCIETIES 53 nwsvf Q HUNLHUEHVSIHFTE GALEENICR BIAS-ON GEE GOSSETT IVIONTAGUE VVOODROXY COBB THR.-XSHER AINSWORTH KEOWN SNYDER NIORRILL SIMPSON PLETCHER SCOTT BENSON SEILER ROBERTS K. BANNISTER NOON FORT 1XICKNIl'iH'T MCKEE BAKER B. BANNISTER EKBLAXV VV,-XLTON 1-1.-XRKNESS Getting there by degrees.-BURGENER. 388 Cabinet of the Young Men's Christian Association BRYANT BANNISTER. '11 . PAUL H. RICINLEE, '12 . , ARTHUR M. SIMPSON. '13 . 'PROFESSOR I. O. BAKER, '73 VVILLI.-XM A. KICKNIGHT, '04 C. LOREN HARKNESS, '10 . :XRTHUR F. RIELLEN, '11 . P. H. RICKEE. '12 . . A. R. AIONTAGUE, '13 . H. M. THRASHER, '11 . I. P. BENSON, '11 . . T. W. XYALTON. '10 . . INLIMBALL B.-XNNISTER, '11 . Oflicers President Tice-President . Recorder Treasurer General Secretary Assistant Secretary . . , . Cliice Secretary Council Bible Study , Membership . Missionary Religious Kleetings . Extension Social Committee Chairmen M. S. BIAS-ON, '11 . . C. E. CEE, '13 . G. L. RIORRILL, '12 H. R. XYOODROVV, '09 . . E. GOSSETT, '11 . . E. SEILER, '12 B. L. KEOWN, '11 . L. M. FORT, '13 . . XY. E. EKBLAW, '10 ELMER ROBERTS, '13 . E. B. PLETCHER, '11 . XY. XY. AAINSVVORTH, '12 . E. NOON, '13 . . . C. SCOTT, '12 . . C. C. COBB, '11 . . . XY. K. Civ.-XLEENER, '11 . A. E. SNYDER, '12 . . . I O J R '2UF1'iU7l:JdU"U"UVf'If5"1'lf'1fU"1'Jf1G Ong-Qomigrrwrgwrgwr S5FEEESDA3Eme3weE2 T5f3T'HFf'D5'D59Q:33:5 03.4.-. ,1nJ""'-'5A.1"U',:,m'YIJ5m"U S5,1OP14:.-STV am: E.: E. :memo f-Hizfa-fam-fwfm CLE' Q73 3i5'5.,-1?2,.aUdU..,-1 f H-wiQ.V 'LS' ,fd E UE0:'r:o-'U-ig-"-"gal O' : "imDwEii'D?UJE Q 2.0-0,5 gm -22 ?S3-55?-ew J 1r'+ 9-U17 LO. G 'ff-era' 334 D4 Ed ro ' 14 Y: Board of Directors DR. T. J. BURRILL PROFESSOR S. W, P.-XRR PROFESSOR I. O. BAKER DEAN T. A. CLARK pcm WO U1 3 X 3 3 2 Q' Q V5 N' B S 'C 9-4 Q Q' S :L P3 S' V2 'ER W E' Q Y 9' '15 O F' F' B: cn 0 "'. Q P as U 2 F1 F I. C. THORPE S. K. HUGHES F. H. BOGOS BRYANT BANNISTER 389 :Savers XICKEE PALMQUIST SCOTT XIONTAGUE "' ' lHl.l1.HHEUQ1UVlE+ WEBER SEILER SULLIVAN HALL STEVENSON WALKER ROHRER BAER GATES LEVEY PALMQUIST B.-XNNISTER HARMON ZEARING "Gimme a ticket for l1IGh07l16f.U-ELMER HE.-XTER. 390 lbbl Ol UNIO Illinois Union Oflicers BRYANT BANNISTER . . President D. R. PALx1QL'1sT . Yice-President C. N. BUTLER . . . Secretary Xl. T. HTXRRION , . . . Financial Secretary PROFESSOR J. KI. ll HITE Treasurer Vice-Presidents for the Colleges F. li. B.xER , literexture and Ari C. xl. LEYEY . lingineering C. ul. RCJIIRER . :Xgrienlture R. ,X. XXIYLRER Science L. .X. ZICARIXG . Lan' Meinhers of the Junior Council R. P. G,X'I'ES O. SEILIIR .'X. l.. H.xLL bl. Y. STEYENSUN R. C. SCOTT C. Xl. SL'I,l,lY.XN W. H. XYEBER The Executive Board Faculty Members DEAN B. GREENE DEAN T. TX. CLYRR PROFESSOR J. KI. XYHITE Alumni Members C, A. KILER, Champaign S. T. HENRY. Chicago JUDGE HENRH' L. RTCCUNE, Kansas City "In polilffs, we lime In lil-Hi' nu! U gnu!! deal, you 1111fivrsIum1'."-GIRTOS, A Y. 391 if QW .U 1HVUEUEElU6E2V4 A KELLEX' SCOTT BERGER Llss SXYANSON HART VVANG SCHOLNITZKY XVIXI CONFESOR ESPINOSA BosE VVOOD Hsu DLTTT ZETEK ZHEN FL'R1'KAwA QSMEXA YIN EPSTEIN SIRC.-XR Woo SIMONS CHEN TSIANG AI.-KKI EIINGYGI UROSA XYARNER JASPER CARSQN BRQQKS SEYMOUR RIEHARRY BIEYERS LESTQRE Some fight 'lf he fought 'ZC'l'Ul his own shadow.-CADOGAN. 392 fx .f A 't, Tf?2' 9"' J Ts. " ' A ! I N XX r'!"W' " ! li :ft T1 ' l Lf-ifif-L I A21 1 r - X. LQQW ' 1 - , 19's ",l - Y " "' 'F I Z . ' ' ' 15 1 vs, Umverslty Of Ill1nO1s Chapter ,fax ' N i' N 1 Of Corda Fratres "Rf Oiicers First Semester Second Semester T. M. KI.-xsPER . President . . . . H. Y. CARSON H. Y. C,xRsON . . Yice-President . . K. S. Tsuxc A. SWANSON . . Corresponding Secretary . M. LRSMENA C. L. LESLTRE G. -Iixctrji . . T. MAR1 . . XY. BERGER . . President E. JA DR. C. B. XYARNER -frgfzzrizza Rt'ADllZ7!Z'f C I 11 5. MULLEN, ' BO!7t'17ZI'6l J. ZETER, '11 China C. C. AYANG, QP. CLD C. P. XTIN, '11 K. S. TSIANG. '11 J. T. ZHEN, '11 C. Hsu, '12 P. K. LOH, '13 T. H. Hsu, '13 XY. Y. SHEN, '13 C. S. SHU, '13 XY. S. XYOO, '13 N. CHIN, '14 B. J. YIM, '1-1 T. K. LIN, QAcademyD England T. M. JASPER, '11 India AI. L. DUTT, '11 S. SINHA, '11 P. BOSE, '11 V. Y. SHEVVDE, '12 B. SIRC.-ik, '13 Recording Secretary Treasurer . . . . A. M. SIMONS . XY. A. AIEYERS Assistant Treasurer . YY. YYOO Sergeant-at-Arms . Y. Y. OROS.-x Honorary Nlembers x1Es Dean T. A. CLARK Associate Members REV. A. R. AAIL Active Members Ifafy DR. S. SBEDICO japan ' 0 T. ITDA. 1- G. JINGLQII, '12 1. ZXIAKI, '12 S. SEKINE, '12 S. FURUKAXVA, '13 N. INAGAK1, '13 N. L'TsL'R1R.1.w.-x, '13 1Me.x'1'r0 M. E. ESPINOSA, '12 S. ESCABOS.-K, '12 Porto Rim R. A. SOTO. '12 Pfzifippifzef Y. Y. OROSA, '11 Y. CONFESOR, '12 M. OSMENA, '12 J. JALANDONI, '13 Rzuffa A. S. EPSTEIN, '11 O . L. Liss. QAcadernyD I. SCHOLNITZRY, '11 L AIR. 1. KLTHN United Sfafff PROF. E. C. BALDXYIN PROP. M. BROOKS DR. A. E. POXVELL PROP. A. R. SEYMOUR PROF. H. A. HOLLISTER T. L. KELLEY, QP. GJ A. E. H. KNOWLEs, '11 . Y. CARSON. '11 SW.-XNSON, QP. GJ C. H XY. HART, '11 C. S. LESURE, '11 A. C. KELLEY, '12 P. F. AIEHARRY, '12 R. C. SCOTT, '12 M. SIMONS. '12 A. VV. BERGER, '13 W. A. RIEYERS, '13 T. AYGOD, '13 F. ZERBEE, '11 HECHT, '12 . S. HOFF, '14 R. S. SIMONS, '14 H. L. H. R . GOLDRIERSTEIN, QP. GJ "If aljirsl you don! succeed, try, iryaga1'n."-FRITZ DIYMEYER, Z 'IT 393 Q' 'QQHH JI .IlH'llEU93UUFlEP R. MITCHELL D. KIRK VERLIE BROCKMEYER BERKEBIEYER ROLLO KAGY VVEBB CREIGHTON Moss T. FRITCHEY E. MITCHELL KIILLER REED PARKINSQN STEPHENSON P. FRITCHEY HELM PFEFFER BUTLER CARR GALEENER IVIAXEY NTCDOWELL B. IQIRK ARNOLD HARMON WYHAM Another T. A., by lzezkf-T. A. FRITCHEY. 394 1' if' IQJ f ik Q5 rsh f bd f lg , ji Iiii 3 ' A PIL e 'R , I SL ' J Q I I I IIIII-I . ju '-7 Jak L- 'W "" , L24 ., ,W Officers First Semester J. E. ETHERTON . . . President . R. J. KIRKPATRICK . . Vice-President P. B. FRITCHEY , . Secretary . J. C. RI.-XCKEY. . . Treasurer . Members Seniors RALPH :XRYOLD J. ILTHERTOX XY. K. GIXLEENER KI. T. HARAION R. .X. STEPHENs0x Juniors W. C. BERIQEIIEYER E. J. BROCRAIEYER P. B. FRITCHEY L. L. HELBI Sophomores XY. G. BUTLER E. C. CREIGHTON C. J. FISCIIER T. A. FRITCIIEY Freshmen EDMOND BECHTOLD L. R. BROSVN O. P. RIRKPATRICK R. S. REED Special PAUL RIILLER 39:3 X X .NOK 11 I All: ggmfi lysgpw Second Semester B. L. KIRK R. P. ROLLO . L. L. HELRI . E. J. BROCKMEX ER B. L. IQIRK R J. IQIRKPATRICH C. L. KLXXEY R P. ROLLQ J. L. IQAGY C P. XYEBB CII.xRLEs XYILXM D. D. INLIRK mmdv-I FMWO 4euwIZ F1-I13,u, Wmrvn F1717- Eggrd WUIV: o Z WPUITI 31 R. .pg S N S3 fb N Q R' VB Y fm .-. b' D 2 w 'e Q C3 F P 0 In FI L4 -4 rn FU BIITCHELL . E. IXIITCHELL . A. Moss if' '?HH1LHl'ilEUQUF3Bf - NORRIS BRANDT ALBIN uv.-XLKER O'ROL'RKE BROOKS DORCHESTER KREIDLER VVILLIAMSON DECKER DAVIS DOLAN Kmrss H.AXX'I.EY YATES MCINTOSH XYHITNEY F.-XISON LIURREN REED STIQEBING "Sef'nzs as though Tm not as popular as las! 'VCIZf.H-JULIA H.ARPER. 396 EA STB R . B . G. B. NORRIS C. H. BRAND1 H. C. JXLBIN F. YY. XYALKER D. P. O,ROL'RKE F. R. BROOKS A. H. DORCHESTER E. B. BL.-XISDELL R. W. RICINTOSH C. L. XYHITNEY W. A. FAISOX Members D. XY. IRREIDLER E. L. XYILI.I.XNISON L. DECRER A. E. DAVIS. J. J. DOLEXN O. S. INLNALJSS A. D. PIAXVLEY R. R. YY.-Y1'ES I. H. AIURREN C. O. REED A. F. STUEBING "Cawn't you make that design more izzlerestirzgf'-ART AND DESIGN KELLY 397 f' Hll .H.HIVTUEHQ1HF3 SXYEXSON BQETHGER AICC.-XBE HEIDKAMP HI1,IfER K RANNE RT VALENTINE REITZ XYEIL BACK BEER5 BVTTERS SIMONINI KIRCHIiR Euxs SCHOLZ Hoon YC gmls, run il be Nm! sin' Iuullcalfz tcillz mzutlzcrf Sn lu! il lw. I 1111151 .wok lzmajivlds Io fmlflzwr, -AIOLLY MCKEE, fb I' .L STN I Illinois Crane Association H. Rl. BUTTERS li. A. liIRCHER HL'OO LAYER G. Y. Axnausox ROBERT BACK CYR13x1L's BEERs xl. li. EVANS CHARLES GORDON E. N. HEIDKAMP XY. Y. INORAA1 Y. R. SLADEK L, A. BOETTIOIQR F. HILITER XY. R. REITZ Established 1907 Members Graduates L. R. CJLTLLEY Seniors lf. XYESTTLUND Juniors Sophomores C. YY 8 SIAIONIXI . SXVERN G. YESTA1. C. INLRENNERT G. LIVELY X. RLXRBACII Y. RlCCABE H. NAU S. NICHI L. SCHOLZ E. YYEIL . G. SEx'1:R1NOHAL's H. SWENSON D. XALEXTINE lluku If ll rmwf-mhz. Ilwfmnzu, yr gwlx, 2.-hz! u IIIv'2fIIf.'l'EB E'1I11LR1'lQ1X, fl' A A. 3921 FOSTER GOODENOLGH STEWART HINCHLIFF CRAWFORD SMITH BERGER IXIONTGOMERY PALMER ESTEP GUSTAFSON KDOOSTER VIGEANT BRADLEY CLARE 'What if we did register in our dress suits, I guess we stayed up all night to do it."-ED LYON5 AND HIPP JORDAN 400 K' HH .H .HIWEHVJUW 'QE IHHIIllllllllllIlIIl'IIIIllllIIllIIIII-IIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIHIJIIIII-IllIll-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIlllllllllllllI-IIHIIIIIHI SPCf .ff 4'-S 'W' 1-xr -i F7183 ,fv- 1,11 IIIIIIIHIIII-tlllllllllll llllllllllllHIIIIIII-IIIIII-IlllllIIlllllllllIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IHIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIlllIlIlllllIIlllIllllll-III'IlllIIlIl Architectural Society P. HYYNNA. . E. XYRIGHT XY. H. XYYETII H. R. HEL1II.E G. Y. GLOYD J- G A. J. BRADLEY F. E. BERGER XY. H. CLARE J. KI. ESTEP S. XY. DUKE H. E. FOSTER C. . GUSTAFSON C L . A. KLOOSTER L. O. STOCKER Established 1909 Members Seniors -I. A. B.xRLOG.x Juniors H. R. DICK XY. H. FISHER R.XLPH ARNOLD A. B. ljl.'NH.XIXI F. B. GRAY RI. A. AIONTGOMERY XY. P. PALMER C. A. SPENCER GREGORX' VIGEANT C1. E. HINCHLIFF M. E. SMITH H. H. CRAWFORD A. S. GOODENOUGH H. B. STEWART U'lzen angry count len,' when your qui: paper is relzmzed, coznzl len thousand. 401 ff' 'Ji-QHH1LHfmEUfFUUmBF Still waters run deep, but Shallzm' ones ullmfz' atienlion.-HOBSON, ILU5 402 LUE F. A. VVARD . . . REXFORD NEWCOMB . B. F. TLXBER . . . C. L. ATORGAN F J. A. B.-XRLOGA O. H. BAUER L. A. BRUBAKER ' F. S. CANNON . B. GRAY G. Y. GLOYD H. R. HELIXILE XY. KLEIN J. W. LAMPMAN L. J. CARBEY XV. H. CL.-XRE H. L. CHENEY H. H. CNRAXVFORD L. FLEMING P. H. GILLAN C. L. GUST.-XFSON B. I'I.-XXVLEY .T- H. A. IMLAY ZEFUFPQ SDFZT3?U511 :UQUUUUUU 5553? F' fn? E2 m 2 ii SE ZITI if C 3 71 WFUTUZOUU C. V. HEss E. A. HRIBAL W. R. C. KIRCHOFF R. Was he born great, YCQQOTTT ERQRTQ TECFUPALT Q A A NN: Officers Members Seniors Juniors T. H. XYEISFIELD Sophomores YV. LARMER H. AICGORRISK B. RICGREW NEWHfXLFEN PRIMM T. REEVES R. REIIN-IERT H. SCALES C. SCOVILLE Special XV. H. XVALLACE R. . President , Vice-President , Secretary . Treasu ref LUDXYIG MATH KI. E. ATOSIMAN REXFORD NEVVCOMB P. XY. SXVERN F. A. XY.-XRD KI. R. XYHEATON G. Ii. XYRIGHT XY. H. XYYETH C. A. KLOOSTER R. K. KNOX H. NY. AICDONALD C. L. AIORGAN T. E. GQDONNELI. AI. E. POTTER Y. R. SLADEK H. B. STEYVART J. B. SUTHERLAND O. G. SEIDENSTICKER A. F. SODERBERG O. R. STONE B. T. TABER H. W. LTNDERHILL C. E. XVEARY R S. AVEBB E. H. XVETZEL J. E. WOODARD or did he achieve fl?-HETTY GREEN, A T. 403 ff' iw Jl.1HlEUEUE1HF73Ef Would you have a settled head, You must early go to bed. 404 GILES KEITHLEY, B 9 II fx P "1 f 1 , L., - 'ff I C I Ip an 'zffj-. MIR . . A ffyfffr 5'iQ Na, c "Xx FJ' I I A T 14121, Af' . '- ' 'J' 'DQLXA-1,f' 4 S1 XB 'liikg dr Vex. A 'Q-X x5.g,wp'.f4L ,ywg :wwf . I JJ f9'5f'2wf64 'f r . , - u4 WZZ'N2+44'-43' 'IX V: I JN! 1 'j. J I Gdlgroxg if ' 11 .1 fA ' WJ "-ffff' f ' f -I 'xxx I fT-- Mwwf ' .. V7 41 ' ' ' ' qi! H Officers QT First Semester Second Semester L. F. J. ZERBEE . . . President . . O. XV. R. VVANDERER O YV. R. XVANDERER . . Vice-President O. E. BULKELEY R. XV. BROOKS . . . . Secretary . . C. H. KNOXVLES R. J. ROARK . . , Treasurer . . J. J. XYOLTMANN Members A. ALLISON A. S. HARBOXV F. B. ROSECR.ANS I. ANDERsON XV. I. HARGIS E. RUNDLES O. ANDREWS T. HTXRNOCK XY. C. SADLER B. S. BASCOME K. H.ATTORI Y. SAYVADA AI. L. BECKERT C. I. H.AVEN G. S. SANGDAHL H. C. BECK E. N. HEIDKAMP XY. R. SCHOCK P. T. BOCK J. H. HEWITT A. T. SCHOLZ R. F.. BOYLE L. H. KIRKPATRICK G. S. SEARS F. BRAINARD A A. N. LAIRD R. J. SERCOMBE D. M. BRIGHAM R. R. LUNDAHL XI. G. SEVERINGHAUS R. BROOKS E. XXI. LURIE B. B. SHAXV NI. BUHA1 H. A. RL-XRBACH T. J. SHEETS O. E. BULKELEY R. VV. RIIARTIN R. SLOSSON E. K. BURTON M. A. DIELLOY C. E. SMITH H. Y. CARSON A. R. NIONTAGUE R. L. SMITH A. M. CHRESROWN R. K. RIORRISON E. H. SXVENSON S. S. COOK R. L. MORRISON J. THOREN H. M. DALE J. J. NTUNSON L. S. TREUTHART J. VV. DAVIS F. D. MURPHY R. E. TORLEY' I. T. DONAHUE J. H. lXfIURRIN G. R. VANCE R. VV. DUNLAP VV. R. NICINTIRE H. wJOLBERDING VV. B. DUNNING V. Y. OROSA O. VV. R. VVANDERER P. R. ELFSTROM P. J. PELOQUIN E. M. XVATKINS A. EPSTEIN G. PORTER E. R. YVELLS T. C. FAUTZ L. L. POWELL A. 'W. YVHEELER L. IW. FISHER C. PROUTZ E. J. XVHEELER J. W. FOX E. F.. REDDERSON J. NI. XVHELAN A. S. FRY R. T. REILLY K. B. XVHITE A. B. GLENN H. E. REUM R. C. WILLIAMS T. G. GORDON C. C. RIOE B. J. u7ILSON J. G. HAEFFNER T. E. RICHARD J. J. XVOLTMANN O. HAND R. ROARK R. M. XVOOLEY L. F. ZERBEE REPETITION FOR EMPHASIS: A'Voled yet?" 405 -f' iw' .U .HWEUE1HFE - XYC'1Ltl1CI' rbrecglsl for militglryz There will be no min an .1Iumluys. UYCJJICXKZHI-X'S or Frzlinys, from Aprzl to June, 406 Mechanical Engineering 'P ociety 4 Oiiicers First Semester D. W. TXREIDLER . . President W. C. ANTHONY . . Vice-President C. C. COBB . . Secretary H. C. KRANNERT . . Treasurer Members in Faculty G. A. GOODENOUGH O. A. LEUTXVILER Active Nlembers A. H. A.xC..-xARD T W. ELLIS J. L. .ALDEN A ELMERDORE C. E. ANSCHICKS N ERICSON YV. C. ANTHONY -I. EYMANN J. S. BALLON D. A. FARQUHAR P. C. BARBER P. A. FAUST A. F. BARRON W. B. FELGAR E. K. BERRY J. H. GOUGLER sl. E. BLACK E. GREISBAUM L. T. BOYD C. GUERNEX' R. H. BOYD H S. HADDEN A. G. BRANDENBURG C. Wf HARNIST R. W. BUNGE R C. HIXRRIS R. BURKE P. M. HART J. B. CASSERLY R R. I-IAXVKINS R. P. CATHCART E. A. HERRCKE QI. R. CLARK J. 1. HOLLIS A. WV. CLAUSSEN A. E. HORST C. C. COBB R. JACOBSON P. F. COOPER H C. KOCH J. CUTLER H C. RRANNERT H. D,xNz D W. KREIDLER L. DEFOREST KI. J. KURT F. W. DIECKRIIXNN W' A. LAXYRENCE C. M. DONNER C. W. LINCOLN R. T. DOUGLAS A. W. LINDSTROM H. DURXVAL C. AICELVAIN M. H. E. EKSTRAND J. XY. ATCLACGHLI N I. M W X W L. D. E. G. R. F. B. F. H. L. F. C. S. P. C. F. P. J. J- P. E. M. L. C. NI. P. C. "I would ralher be utlurked 1111111 Il7II10fI'!'6l1.' 407 Second Semester . G. W. PHII.LEO . W. C. ANTHONY G. W. SEILER . H. C. KRIXNNERT . SNODCRNSS '. DUNKIN . N. ATICHAL If. XIITCHELI. P. OQROLTRKE OVERMIER W. PHILLEO B. PONDER PROUT RIXINIEX' D. R.ATC'LIFFE W. RYTHER A. SCHICKEDNNZ J. SCHLINK A. SCHOESSEL SEKINE C. SIMONINI A. SKOGLAND D. SMITH A. SMITH P. STAKEL C. STONICER Y. STORY P. SXVETT Y. T. TONG A. TRIGGS XYELZY W. XYATSON F. AVOODWVARD K. WU TLLINI EDITOR. HUJLHliEUQlHFl9- ' ,A ' ---- - - A-f .Xl y ,. r . . M K .- vw ,qu .. -, ,.,w,.N-X I d0n'Z approve nf stories on fussingg there are so many others 'worth wlzilef'-J. A. NEVINS 403 , I I lwfgs x AYAAXQR x P A Af N X I X N ' 06 T ' .I I -- xsrrmj- 'W A Members in Faculty E. D. PAINE J. M. BRYANT J. P. BROOKS F. G. AYILLSON Active Members F. J. FOERSTERLINIQ H. A. BROWN H G. 'WOOD L. S. FOLTZ E. A. DL'NL.'XP A AI. SIMONS O. E. GRIGSBY C. SEIB G W. AIAYER R. STEWART H. H. DUNN N SAPPERSTON W. C. STEVENS H. E. AYANDEVEER B H. WYCOFF E. L. TINZRIANN E. KI. JASPER H AIATHEWS E. C. WILLIAMS A. S. GIDDING J. G. AIENCII E. YY. JONES T. P. AYITTICH J. C. INLROMER W. J. MIX YY. YY. AYENHOLZ J T. CTEORC-E H. S. KILBY E. F. HOLT Y CONEESOR H. E. BARDEN R. L. ATANIMAN L. Y. CAPER J. P. FALROT R. S. HATCH E R. SUTER R. H. BACON J. C. BUTLER H C. AYOLF L. C. KENT A. H. AIUNCH C. E. YYEEKS F. H. BUFEINGTON AI. S. AIASON P. W. GURIIXER J. KRAMER A. XY. DUNLIAP H W. PIIENECIE J. M. FETHERSTON F. DACE GEORGE SAWYER D. C. WOOD C. J. BELL I. W. IXICDOXYELL M. N. COLES C. E. GEE A W. AL-ANN S. G. TIXRR C. E. AIERRIS C. R. HORRELL F. G. SHOEMARER G. J. BIEYER F. J. GRAY C. E. .ANDERSON R. S. SIMONS D AICSYVIFT E. YY. COFFEY F. D. AIISNER D R. LAGERSTROM I. B. STIEFEL A. R. .ANDERSON D. L. HAYS E. L. CONNELL G. S. IYARKINSKY C. AI. SULLIVAN JOHN KLINGBERG W. G. GORDON D. R. PALMQUIST C. T. ANDERSON H. C. HOHMAN T. K. ENGER SIJIBNFF is golden, buf U16 flex! Ives! Zhing is Um! your wards be-fit and few 409 .-PAULINE GROVES ff SMH 1LHEUEHE1UFFl9 +113 Ag Club Ag Glee Club SXYDIZR I'mvERs XYUlf7LM.XN XYELTY REED GILPATRICK IXIQREY Sruvxfixwx COFFEY FRILXCH LAWRENCIQ D.u'1s arty on the third thimr back having In-cn awakened from 51 sound sleep: "There gow C. C. Ellison -110 ELIIIER ROBERTS -A zfjfwk " X exf- ,, . J 2, G G .Q 'S J? fp. L J., -Rf f X J Q 'I Af S F. R. POXVERS T. J. RECTOR C. O. REED R. REHKI Cm KY ' J .ff 15 , XS ffiiiifyffi ff? 5 AJ A f I A- ,' J . ' J ' 'W S ff 41 W A " fx AIA I' . HUXQQQQ Members IQALPH ALLEN, JR. EARL GARVER '. Y. KELL ORR ALLYN G. Ii GENTLE '. C. KERCHNER C. Wf ATTEBURY H. C GILRERSON E. INT.-XRRAKER CHARLES ATXVOOD L. K. CTILPATRICK .N. KIRKPIATRICK J. B. .ANDREXVS G. WATT LAUGHLIN R. A. AVERY AI. XYILSON . F. LAWRENCE N. R. BURRUSS R. WELLS . H. LEE W J. CARAIICHAEL S. WOO . R. LEONARD Wf C. CARR VY. XVAPP A. AI.-XDDEN H. C. KI. CT.-ASE F.. HIXRT J. O.AI.XTTHEXY'SON W' G. CLARK HEGNIXL'ER H. AICAIASTER H . A. 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STEVENSUN YP.-X'l'RONE4SIf HU JLIHEUEHEIUVQD Work hath made llzis man lean.--HEAVY TWIST, QI" K 'I' 412 ml? X ' ,SN N My X' W N .U .Xxx .K W, I ,. Q I C. 'El S RF Q of ,E 'R F m ' A If ffjil XS XXX X XX K ,XL - -2-W fi X LC XXX VVYVVV X ij Y ffizf-H-'fE'f 3 - Officers First Semester Second Semester XY. O. GORDON . . President . . . L. A. FRITZE L. Y. BURTON . . Yice-President . . H. RUNKEL P. JOHNSON . , Secretary . J. J. AIOJONNIER A. L. ISRAEL . . . Treasurer . . IXRTHUR DECHRIIXN H. D. XIALENTIXE . . Custodian . . . E. E. ELM Honorary Members XY. A. NOYES R. S. CURTISS L. L. BUROESS S. XY. PARR C. XY. BALKE G. KI. SMITH EDKVARD BARTON' E. XY. XYASHBCRN D. F. AICFARLAXD P. B. HAWK GRINNELL JONES R. H. JESSE P. E. HOWE C. G. DERICK Active Members R. H. ALBIN E. E. ELM C. J. LALTER R. S. POTTER H. ATWOOD L. J. FAIRHALL E. XI. ILXRIKEY R. J. QUINN C. J. BAKER L. A. FRITZE H. T. LEO A. IR.-XDCLIFFE IY.R.BLATHERXN'ICK J. F. GARRETT E. H. LESLIE FRANK ROMAN H. H. BARTELLS A. P. GATES R R. LEXYIS CHARLES R.'XSCHER S. J. BATES H. M. CUOODYEAR D. A. AIT-XCINNES J. W. REED O. J. BERG W. O. GORDON E. KIANDEL H. RLTNKEL A. H. BOLDT C. K. HEWES L. A. AIAUTNER E. L. ROSS L. E. BOWERS P. A. HANDKE H. P. IXICGREGOR Y. Y. SCHXV.-KDE H. V. BRUNKER R. HARDINGER A. F. IXIELLEN J. L. SCHULER L. V. BURTON L. B. HEDOES G H. RIENGEL C. H. SPAULDING P. E. BURGESS E. HERMANN W G. AIURDOCK G. E. SIMPSON T. BAUMANN P. A. HOFFMAN J. H. RIITCHELL C. P. SHERWIN J. H. BORNMAN E. E. HOLLMAN T. D. RIESERVE E. K. STROCKER J. O. CARRERO N. C. ICE F. VV. RIOHLMANN R. H. SCHALLER H. CHEN A. L. ISRAEL C. L. IXIUNROE E. YV. SCHWARTZE H. R. COCHRAN P. E. JOHNSTON J. J. AIOJONNIER R. H. STEVENS A. COHN G. R. JOHNSTONE I. NELSON I. TANQUARY P. R. CROLL C. W. KLONTZ L. F. NICKELL J. Y. ZINNEN P. DAY J. KOHOUT G. E. OSTROINI S. C. TAYLOR ARTHUR DECHMAN OLIVER KAMM J. F. PINKERTON H. D. VALENTINE YY. E. EKBLAVV J. F. KRAEGER C. C. PIPER F. M. XY.-XLLACE J. E. EGAN H. LAUDEMANN L. PLETCHER F. H. XI-HITTUM "We have the A. XYILSON senior presidenl and Hi Tlzomas: wlml more can we ask?"-Z lI'. 413 "i'QHHJL,HlilEHQ1UEE eramic ciety OTTO SPRINGE . T. L. BOYS . H. VAN SHOICK , Established 1906 Officers Members in Faculty A. Y. BLHNINGER R. T. STULL Active Members R. IL. T. L. Boys BROXVN F. M. XY.-XLL.-XCE H. H. BARTELLS R. R. LEWIS A wise daughler lzearelh he Seniors Juniors OTTO SPRING E . President Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer E. T. MONTGOMERY E. H. YAN SHOICK F. XY. XY.-XLKER, JR. NY. .-X. RLYTLEDGE PAUL TEETOR IDRIS NELSON r fullzefs 1'Il5ff1Ll'll'0Il.'ELIZ.-XBETH P.-XRR. 415 HH 1LHIEUEHE1U573.E - ................,,s .. V, V. ,U -,..LL.vv ,, SEED RASCHER CALVIN WAGNER P1ERCE SHAW DERRY STEINGARD VVILSON KLOCKNER HOGGE BAUI COLVIX CLARK HENDRICK5 The Sigma Kappas aren't bad-nice house and pretty ping But, oh, you "dark brown taste," y0It fad- Who let that tube-skirt in? 416 ,- R f R CYCLE CLUB fi Kg WLQ . ft! I ss' XRS f4'HAN A3 A. MfHQ5.i. .. f f D mf J. E. HOGGE . . I. N. STEING.-XRD . O. V. SEED . F. YV. BAUM . J. E. HOGGE J. N. STEINGARD O. V. SEED F. XV. BAUM R. D. WILSON J. A. COLVIN CHARLES RASCHER HAROLD SHAW ROBERT XVAGNER O. A. CALVIN HAROLD SMITH XVILLIAM LEOHR fn ,J - Oificers Members SUNG SHU CHIEN Associate Members F. NIENEELY , President . Vice-President , Secretary-Treasurer . Road Captain H. H. HENDRICKS H. G. DERRY J. PIEPER J. R. CLARK L. O. POPE C. H. KNOWLES A. VV. AINIES XVILLIAM KLOCKNER E. PENMAN A. REUBEN E. C. PIERCE E. SACKETT Blessed are they who keep my nays.-RALPH SCOTT. 417 ff HH TLHIOIEHQIHFFE O O NOON MASON MCKEE DAVIES DAI,IsY SCOTT NICHOLS IWCKNIGHT MRS. MCININIGHT NIATTOON FORT HARKNESS KNIGHT SCOTT' MIsENHInII3R TIIRASHER MATI-IER GERE, to a friend: "Say, old man, lend me a ien spot." FRIEND: "No thank you, I am not makmg any permanen! investments." 418 THE VQIJUHTEE BAND Zi gf m m Student Volunteers for Foreign Missions R.C.SCKJTT . , MAEEI. IQNIGHT . . CIIIIRLOTTE R L. M P. C W W J. F J. M.-xTTooN . C. SCOTT W. SCOTT S. Ri.-XSON H. MCKEE L. HIARKXESS A. WICIiNIGHT E. DIXLBH' A. Noon: W. KIATTOON W. P. STALLINGS L. F. XICRELI. A. XYHITE Officers Members 410 , Leader . Assismnt Leader . . SCCTCIHIW'-rI1I'CZlSLlI'61 J. Iii. IQGAN E. H. XY,-XLXVORTH R. IQ. DAVIES L. M. FORT H. M. THRIXSIIER Ai,-XBFL KNIGIIT CHARLOTTE M.xTTooN CORNELIA BIATI-IER MRS, W. A. KICIQNIGHT AI.-XRION NICHOL ALICE LXIISENHIINIER RUTH FREEMAN E' HN .U E.HU:1'lEUEW1HFF-33? E E. EKBLAW HALL DICKERSCN TIETJE FRAILEY K. EKBLAW GRESH.-XM FLEAHNG STEPHENS YVHITE TH.-XYER DEPU1' H.ALLETT BUSHNELL LLEWELLYN GERLACH N EVINS DREW BENSON GOEBEL 420 Nfl 2 fini- IV" rrsjqli, fr . 4 'iff' Q nfzg-27", C I - '5l'y'I'H" R25 5-S A First Semester AIIRIAM GERLACH CARL STEPHENS RUTH LLEXVELLYN C. K. XYHITE . Ofiicers President . , Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer , . Members in Faculty Second Semester . J. A. NEVINS RUTH LLEWELLYN . J. P. BENSON , BEATRICE DREW' K. J. T. EKBLAVV I. W. DICKERSON E. C. RIXINEX' XY. EKBLAXX' R, E. TIETJE Members in University Graduate NINA GRESHAM Seniors RIIRIAM GERLACH RIARGARET HIALLETT RUTH LLEXVELLYN ALICE THAYER J. A. NEVINS CARL STEPHENS J. P. BENSON Juniors Sophomore L. E. FRAILEY 421 BEATRICE DREXK' MARIE GOEBEL A. B. BUSHNELL GERTRUDE FLEMING C. R. XYHITE HOINIER HALL A A, u - Cl -I ' f ff' T Z lf-Axl I1 bil Dila YI iii -- . , "' 'YQNIF A-.akieh . 'ff -2-1za:e1B22'jI li? i ff ... B ., R fair' 45 E Q 'ff-:I"+ ix! 2 if P Officers MRS. BERTHA S. B.-HRD . . . . President CERACE EMMA HERRICR . . . . Secretary-Treasurer Executive Committee FLORENCE R. CURTIS, Chairman OLA M. XYYETH CARRIE C. PATTON MRS. BERTHA S. BAIRD Members in Library School Faculty and Staff lNA M. BROXVN ELIZABETH BRYAN JENNIE CRAIG FLORENCE R. CURTIS F. K. AV. DRLIRY EDITH ISMIGH FRANCES M. FEIND NELLIE COREY GEDDES ANTOINETTE H. GOETZ PHILIP S. GOULDING ROBERT M. AICCURDY AIARGARET NIVER ADAH PATTON ANNA lh.'lAY PRICE MARY ROBERTS NELLIE ROBERTSON FRANCES SIMPSON ALBERT S. XVILSON AIARGARET L. 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MY - . President . Vice-President , Secretary Treasurer Honorary Members E. J. JAMES MRS. J. JAMES JULIUS GOEBEL E. LESSING O N.. C. BROOKS G. H. BTEYER G. T. FLOM DAISY L. BLAISDELL C. KI. POOR C. A. WILLIAMS LEONARD BLOOMFIELD A. H. KOLLER P. S. BARTO LOUIS DE VRIES Active Members G. H. TXTEYER N. C. BROOKS C. A. WILLIAMS G. J. ZIMMERMAN O . KI. SIEVERT IRMA E. XJOIGT HAROLD HECHT G. A. ATENGEL KATHARINE TXIOURNING GERTRUDE SCHILL GRPHA XYELLMAN WILLIAM SNODGRASS FLOY E. CALEY P. E. JOHNSTON E. A. SPENCER CARRIE PERVIER CAROLINE LUTHER GRACE BOOKYVALTER NELLIE ROBERTS A. H. VVIEBMER ATARIE STOLTEY A. F. STAUBING EULA LOUTZENHISER 4 -123 W. L. GRIFFIN C. J. BEROMAN F. H. ADLER MARTIN STEINKE A. J. LUER L. H. GOURLEY -JOSEPHINE KIRK ALICE THAYER CLARA HIRTZEL A. E. LUSSRY EMMA KRAUSE E. L. JOHNSON A. C. KELLEY RUTH BURNS H. L. STAFFORD L. T. GREGORY C. VV. FISKE E. 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BLONDI-IEIM A. H. KOLLER MRS. CHARLES XYOLF KI. L. BECK-QER C. P. BEROLZHEIAIER J. KI. BRANDSTETTER AI. BUHAI L. CHANENSON A. COHN A. L. EPSTEIN A. S. EPSTEIN M. H. FROELICI-I J. GERSHENZWIT A. L. GLICK -I. A. GOLDBERG P. H. GOLDBERG H.XTOXY'SKI HORXY'ITZ ISRAEL E. R. L. J. A. L. R. Established 1907 Officers Members 425 I . President Vice-Prcsidciit Recording Sccretarx Corresponding Secietmx Historical Sccretarx Treasurer XV. J. KLEIN L KLIIN J. KR.-XRIER CHIXRLES LOEB P. LOXYENSTERN Ii. NI. LLYRIE XY. KIEYER G. S. NIXRKINSKX' M. O. NIXTH.-XN E. PETERsIzERGER L RIAFFIN D. KI. RIFF B. R.XPP.fXPART L. ROSSET J. L. SCHLIELER 0. SCIIWARTZ C. SEIDISNBERG A. AI. SIMONS R. S. SIMONS D TURNER L. H. XYEISFELD C. J. XYOLF X H ESS ' AND O E. CSRIGSBY W. TATO E . '. OROSA . G. BUTLER O. E GRIGSBX' C. E. BURGENER A. W. TfXTGE V. Y. OROSA R. G. BUTLER C. R. CHAMBERS A. S. EPSTEIN A. C. KELLEY O. R. BAINES A. M. SIMONS R. S. SIMONS F. M. ATKINSON VV Chess 1908-H. M. BROOKS l9llS?fO. E. 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Professor Emeritus of Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology G. FRANK LYDSTON, M. D. Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery and Vcnereal Diseases JOHN ERASMUS HARPER, A. M., M. D. Professor of Ophthalmology and Clinical Ophthalmology JAMES M. G, CARTER M. A., Sc. D., Ph. D., M. D. Professor Emcritus of Clinical Medicine HENRY TURMAN BYFORD, A. M., M. D. Professor of Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology WILLIAINI ALLEN PUSEY, A. M., INI. D. Vice Dean, Professor of Dermatology and Clinical Dermatology THOIXIAS ARCHIBALD DAVIS, IXI. D. Professor of Surgery :incl Clinical Surgery FRANK BRECKENRIDGE EARLE, M. D. Secretary, Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical Pediatrics FRANCIS ROBERTA SHERWOOD, M. D ARTHUR MILLS CORVVIN, A. M., M. D. Professor of Physical Diagnosis CHARLES SUMN ER BACON A. M., Ph. B., M. D. , Professor of Obstetrics EDWARD FRANKLIN VVELLS, IMI. D. Professor of Clinical Medicine CHARLES SPENCER WILLIAMSON B. S, M. D. Professor of Clinical Medicine and Associate Professor o Medicine BERNARD FANTUS, M. D. Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics and Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine WILLIAM LINCOLN BALLENGER, M. D. Professor of Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology ELMER DEWITT BROTHERS, B. S., LL. B. Professor of Medical Jurisprudence BERTHA VAN HOOSEN, A. M., M.D. Professor of Clinical Gynecology RACHELLE S. YARROS, IMI. D. Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Associate Professor of Obstetrics FREDERICK TICE, M. D. Professor of Diseases of the Chest and Clinical Medicine CHARLES DAVISON, INI. D. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery THOMAS JONATHAN BURRILL Professor of Surgery Ph. D., LL. D. Professor of Botany ADOLPH GEHRMAN, M. D. v Professor of Hygiene and Bacteriology HARRXC GRIINDLEY, SC. D. Professor of General Chemistry VVILLIAINI M INTYRE HARSHA. A. B., M.D , , Piofessor of Clinical Surgery W ILLIABI FULLER, D- MAURICE LOUIS GOODKIND, M. D. Professor of Clinical Medicine FRANK ELDRIDGE WYNEKOOP INT. S., M. D. Professor of Biology, Histology. and Embryology CARL BECK, INI. D. Professor of Surgical Pathology GEORGE PETER DREYER, A. B., Ph. D. Professor of Physiology and Physiological Chemistry JOHN LINCOLN PORTER, IVI. D. Professor of Orthopedic Surgery ALBERT JOHN OCHSN ER B. S., F. R. lvl. S., M. D. Professor of Clinical Surgery ALEXANDER HUGH FERGUSON IXI. B., C. M., F. T. M. S., M. D. Professor of Clinical Surgery 428 Professor of Operative Surgery and Adgunct Professor of Clinical Surgery JOSEPH MCINTYRE PATTON, M. D. Professor of Clinical Medicine TWING BROOKS WIGGIN, M. D. Professor of Physical Diagnosis WILLIAM ELLIOTT GAMBLE, B. S., M. D. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Associate Professor of Opthalmology J. BROWN LORING, M. R. C. S., C., M. D. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology J WILLIAM ALBERT FISHER, INT. D. Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology V DANIEL NATHAN EISENDRATH A. B., M. D. Professor of Surgery HARRY OSCAR WHITE, M. D. Professor of Anatomy -r '16 Ill .ll .HIVIIEUICIIUFQE College of M STELLA MAY GARDNER, M. D. Professor of Microscopical and Chemical Diagnosis WARREN COLEMAN HAWTHORNE A B. ., IVI. S. Professor of Chemistry LEE HARRISON MET TLER, A. M., M. D Professor oi C14 ' mical Neurology CHANNING WHITNEY B i ARRETT, M. D. Professor of Gynecology and C , , linical Gynecology BERNARD JOHN CIGRAND, M.S., D.D.S. Professor of Medical History CHARLES CLAYTON O'BYRNE, M. D. Associate Professor of Pathology and Adjunct Professor of Surgery RICHARD HUNT BROWN, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology MARYAGILRUTH MCEWEN , B. S., M. D. soc1ate Professor of Clinical Gyn'-N l ' edicine fContinuedl RICHARD SYDNE Y CURTISS, Ph. D Assistant Profess ' or of Organic Chemistry EMANUEL-OLIVER BE NSON, A. B., M D Assistant Professo . r of Pediatrics EPHRAIM KIRKPATRI D . ., . . Assistant Professor of Clini l CK FINDLAY . C M M ca Opht halmology FRANK ALBERT P HILLIPS, M. D Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology HENRIETTA GOULD, IMI. D. Assistant Professor of Clinical Laryn ol ' ' I g 023, Rhmology an Otology CECIL V. BACHELLE, M. S. M A .'s ' , . D. ssi.tant Professor of Obstetrics FRED DRURY H OLLENBECK, BI. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics WALTER Q CLINTON . , ccocgy STEPHE I ' N GANO W EST, M. D. Adjunct Professor of Gynecology EDWARD H. OC HSNER, B. S., M. D. Adjunct Pr f A ' ' o essor of Clinzcal Surgery EDWARD MILTON BROWN, M. D Adjunct Professor of Clinical Surgery EDWIN GRAFFAINI E ARLE, M. D. Adjunct Professor of Medicine CL ARENCE BRUCE KIN Adi ' G, M. D. ,unct Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry MARY JEAN ' NETTE REARSLEY, M. D. Adjunct Professor of Clinical Gynecology EDWARD LO joNEs, A. M., M. Assistant Professor of Surgical Pathology HAIINI I. DAVIS, M, D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry JOHN WEATHERSON C , . E., M. D. Instructor in Senior Medicine JOHN RALPH BALLINGER, INI. Assistant Professor of Neurology EMERY ROE HAYHURST, M D Assistant Professo " ' ' r or Microscopical and Chemical nosis BUDD CLARKE CORBUS, M. D Assistant Professor of Gent - ' . i LDSTINE, M. D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics UIS HEINTZ, Ph. G., M. D. -, . Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica CHARLES EDWARD HUINIISTON, M. D. Adjunct Professor of Surgery ARTHUR HENRY BRUMBACK, INI. D. Adjunct Professor of Clinical Gynecology FREDERICK GILLETT HARRIS, M. D. Adjunct Professor of Dermatology GOTTFRIED KOEHLER , Ph. G., INI. D. Adjunct Professor of Clinical Pediatrics JOSEPH BECK, M. D. Clinical Professor of Laryngology, Rhinology WILLIAM LINCOLN NOBLE, Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. RALPH SHERMAN MICHEL, M. D. Associate Clinical Professor o Medicine, Extra Mural ULYSSES GRANT DARLING, M. D. Assistant Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry FRANK SMITH , and Otology M. D. Extra Mural , A. M. Assistant Professor of Zoology AZ ARIAH THOMAS LINCOLN, Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry 429 D. .Din D. Q. 1 o Urinary and Venereal Diseases MARK TWAIN GO WALLACE INICMURRAY BURROUGHS M. D. Instructor in Surgery JOHN MICHAEL LANG, M. D. Instructor in Gynecology RACHEL HICKEY CARR, M. D. Instructor in Surgery ASA NATHAN DEVAULT, Ph. G., IXI. D. Instructor in Clinical Laryngology, Rhinoloev anl O logy l . 1' to GEORGEIALBERT GARDNER, M D. nst ' ' ' ructor in Medicine SOLOMON EISENSTA EDT, B. S., INI. D. Instructor ' X ' ' in . Iedicine WILLIAINI ARTHUR CLARK, A. B. Instructor in Chemistry FREDERICK WALTON CARPENTER Ph. D Instructor in Zoology CHARLES FRANCIS BRISCOE, A. M, Instructor in Botany RICHARDCHARLES STEFF EN, M. D. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics - ll .ll .HIVWIEHZQIHWQA s -V College of Medicine CContinuedl FRED CARL ZAPFFE, M. D. Instructor in Clinical Surgery JOHN EDDY HASKELL, M. D. Instructor in Materia Medica GEORGE JOHN LGRCH, M. D. Instructor in Materia Medica and Clinical Medicine HENRY EUGENE IRISH, M. D. Instructor in Materia Medica and Therapeutics CHARLES HUMPHREY TREADWELL M. D. Instructor in Elecliroffherapeutics CARL WESTMAN, M. D. Instructor in Medical Gymnastics IRVING HERBERT EDDY, M. D. Instructor in Gynecology D BERNARD MONTROSE CONLEY, M. Instructor in Psychiatry SAMUEL JOSEPH RUSSELL, M. D. Instructor in Neurology GEORGE LLDWIG AULT, M. D. Instructor in Medicine IYIAURICE LEWISON, IVI. D. Instructor in Dist-asus of the Chest SIEGFRIED JACKSON, IXI. D. Instructor in Medicine WILLIAM HENRY CREDE, M. D. Instructor in Diseases of the Chest FREDERICK HAMILTON BLAYNEY A. M.. M. D. Instructor in Clinical Surgery WILLIAM GRAY ALLEN, M. D. Instructor in Anatomy GEORGE H. VAN DYKE, M. D. Instructor in Clinical Gynccology ULYSSES GRANT WINDELL, INI. D. Clinical Instructor in Surgery. Extra Mural SVENNING DAHL, M. D. Clinical Instructor in Surgery, Extra Mural ARTHUR WILLIAM STILLIANS, M. D. Instructor in Dermatology and Ve-nercal Diseases CHARLES FRANCIS YERGER, INI. D. Instructor in Operative Surgcry CHARLES CORNELIUS CLARK, M. D. Instructor in Clinical Surgery WILLIAM BUTLER WEST, IXI. D. Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otology JOHN ROSS HARGER, IVI. D. Instructor in Clinical Surgery ANNIE ESTHER BARRON, M. D. Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics LAWRENCE JESSE HUGHES, INT. D. Instructor in Laryngology, Rhinology, and Otology CLARA SEIPPLE, IVI. D. Instructor in Clinical Gynecology FRANK DONALDSON MOORE, M. D. Instructor in Surgery OTTO HERMAN ROHRLACK, M. D. Instructor in Obstetrics FREDERICK GEORGE DYAS, INI. D. Instructor in Surgery GREGOR BORIS HASSIN, M. D. Instructor in Neurology ALEXANDER SANDOR HERSHFIELD M. D. Instructor in Neurology NELSON MORTIMER PERCY, INT. D. Instructor in Clinical Surgery ALBERT JOHN SCHOENBERG, M. D. Instructor in Gynecology LOIS LINDSAY WYNEKOOP. INI. D. Instructor in Biology, Histology and Embryology FRANK MARION HORSTMANN IVI. D., Ph. G. Instructor in Biology, Histology and Embryology RODEN ROBINSON DUFF, INI. D. Instructor and Demonstrator in Anatomy WILLIAM C. SMITH, IXI. D. Instructor and Demonstrator in Anatomy WILLIAM THOMAS HARSHA, M. D. Instructor and Demonstrzttor in Anatum y WILBUR MAYNARD FRENCH, M. D. Instructor in Clinical Pediatrics RALPH RANDALL HOLMES, A. INI., M. D Instructor in Medicine DILLARD ESTEP SAMUELL. M. D. Instructor in Medicine ROBERT CHILDERS MCELVAIN. M. D. Instructor in Therapeutics, Materia Medica and Pharmacy IXIATTHEW' IVIILLS, LL. D. Instructor in Medical ,lurisprudenc-: JOHN NULTON BERGER, A. M., M. D. Instructor in Clinical Surgery FRANK JOHN FARA, M. D. Assistant in Clinical Medicine MARY BLANCH VVHITE, M. D. Assistant in Gynecology JAMES GRAYBEAL, M. D. Assistant in Clinical Medicine EDWARD AUGUSTINE CORCORAN. M. D Assistant in Junior Medicine ELIZABETH NELL VAN HOESEN, M. D Assistant in Obstetrics DANIEL E. RICARDO, INT. D. Assistant in Clinical Surgery HARRY JEROME SMEJKAL, IXI. D. Assistant in Anatomy EDWARD WILLIAM VVHITE, M. D. Assistant in Anatomy WESLEY WOOLSTON, M. D. Assistant in Gynecology WILLIAM HENRY FORTIN, M. D. Assistant in Neurology and Psychiatry ERNEST SISSON INIOORE, Ph. D., INI. D Demonstrator of Pathology 430 Q HH.H.HWEUG1UfF'i3 ' 4115? 3eniur5ef191l 'THOMAS GRATZEN . IS.-XDORE E. BISHKOXY FRED H. BRINES . XYILLLINI HLTX'SER . GOLDIE FI, ZIAIAIERAIAN FRANKLIN H. CARTER NORMAN R. SIfI.LIx'.xN THORVOLD PETERSON RAYMOND W. STOBER SANFORD Xi. BLUNR JOHN F. HENDERSON GEORGE F. XYAY . STEPHEN C,xII.xN.Ax . XYILEY KI. CRAGVN GEORGE XY. FIARRISON ISAAC H. H,-XLLOXX'.XX' Senior Class Officers Executive Committee FRANKLIN E. HAGIE FRANKLIN S. XYILSON ROBERT Q. SANDERS RALPH D RIURPHY EDII LRD F. FON . President . Yice-President . Second Vice-Prcsid . Treasurer . Secretary . Yaiedictorian . Salutatorian . Historian . Prophet . Chaplain . Artist . Editor . Associate Fdiior , Poet Sergeant-at-Arins Assistant Sergeant Chairman Secreta ry Treasurer LEWIS D. BNRDING GEORGE F. IRELLEHER CI L' 'XJQHH .ll .HWEHQHW YZF?-3TS9?fINv'5f "" ' '55 "DY-N: 14:9 J - " cf"-:rf CQ v Pk 53 ' I ' ' L 3532, :-5.33. A -Ve: fix f it . w min-2-SQRY fi rw , . X'- ix N335-h sf: V. j - V .X Ei v. 6 . .N is Saks ' -1 X5 - r was X ' Hia? , -ex we ws ,N - 156-- W, i -:fx N .1 Tl-Q ,gene - :f?S':'5i'f , . 5:55. sgesxte-. V 'io I - N.-,K .X-f - A 51:1-A. .-xr.. 'env-e , :a LSQSAQ-it ' iii' ff-x+ge.i" i . - is .jf . ml 2 . s Rs ...Fi K . N fi : -:':': . ii - FF. SSS Exits: K i n 1151? . ii , if 1 ESE :Fifi -.A 'TW A '- we - -,M .E -Q' .Qu 'xv-.35 11201 '.-'f.--1sq'5x::f,:1qFr5'- -, ' - 2, F- Q ': gigs if X V 53 -: s - -. ' 'f ,. . A xjkfflgi f' N T - ' sz, Ast A dm iffflisab. r- - ,. -. -ac... me -sg -it is 4' - -N -X . sr '..5?."rf fc 'Q kms, ' ' ' rl Q ier,.f A N QSkS:i1"i-ireu - :- AGQSYQSSFJ N. g,..,.,xl. 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BARDING, CD B H Pana, Illinois Class President 1908-1909, Interne Augustana N. R. SULLIVAN, N E N, A Q A Askin, Colorado Salutatoriang Michael Reese Hospital F. E. HAGIE, A. B., A Q A Elizabeth, Illinois Manager-Captain Baseball Team 432 ME ff llll .ll .HIVUEHQUUFREH , H. M. WILSON, 111 B H i Granville, Illinois Senior House Stal? 1910-1911 T. H. CARTER, E 411 E Vienna, Illinois Interne Los Angeles County Hospital C. E. BURT Henry, Illinois A. H. CLARBOE Chicago. Illinois CLYDE F. BACCUS, E CD Lewistown, Illinois Interne University Hospital HUGH DUFFY, KD A Chicago, Illinois Interne Alexian Brothers' Hospital CORNELIUS E. BOONE Zeeland, Michigan RAY M. STOUTS Lancaster, Missouri F. H. BRINES Lancaster, Illinois Class Vice-President ALEXANDER FULLIS Edinburgh, Scotland 133 E illlll .ll ,.lllFUEllEilllFVllBt Chicago, Illinois CARLYLE HARE, N E N Keystone, South Dakota University Hospital Appointment W. C. HAMMOND, N 2 N, A Q A Chicago, Illinois W. F. KISTINGER, E 'ID E Ransom. Illinois Interne Augustana Hospital HAROLD HAMNET Chicago. Illinois Y. M. C. A. School of Physical Training HUGO POPPER Vienna, Austria Michael Reese Hospitali CHARLES A. HALLBERG Watertown, South Dakota Interne University Hospital - J. A. RIEDEL, M. D. Chicago, Illinois Chicago Hope College l900g Hahnemannillfledical College 1907 C. B. JACKMAN, R. Ph., Ph. G., E fb E Chicago, Illinois Iowa State University 19073 Interns Alexian Broth- ers' Hospital ALEXANDER FULLIS, M. D. Edinburgh, Scotland Post-Graduate, Physicians and Surgeons 2 434 l HH .Il .UVIIEUETTIIIVQE I. H. HALLOWAY, M. D. Chicago. Illinois Assistant Sergeantsat-Arms THOMAS J. REACH, GJ B II Leadville. Colorado Interne Polyclinic Hospitalg Ex-Interns Home for Destitute Children CHARLES E. SMITH Farina, Illinois Marion Normal College E, BI. BROWN, CID A X Chicago, Illinois GEORGE W. HARRISON, fb A Ashland, Wisconsin 435 ff i43ll.ll.llWElf'1lllfTlEf - Cibarles ZBahi5un R. CHARLES DAYISON, professor of surgery and clinical surgery in the College of Kledicine of the University of Illinois, was born on a farm in Illinciis, lanuary 13, 1858. He was educated at Uvauconda Academy and the Chicago Kfedical College tMedical department of Northwestern Universityj, graduating in 1883. In 1883-ISS-1, he became an interne in the Cook County Hospital, being house surgeon in the service of the celebrated Christian Fenger, and also assistant surgeon at the Illinois Eye and Ear Hospital from 1887 to 1892. Dr. Davison since 189-I has been attending surgeon to Cook County Hospital, conducting one of its larg- est surgical clinics. He was one of the founders of the West-Side Hospital and later of the University Hos- pital of Chicago. Dr. Davison became connected with the Col- lege of Physicians and Sur- geons of Chicago at the time of its afhliation with the University of Illinois, as professor of surgical anatomy, being later trans- ferred to the surgical de- 1 partment and made ad- ' junct professor of clinical surgery at Cook County Hospital. He has held the chair of professor of surgery and clinical surgery since 1904, and was a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois for one term. As a trustee his personal influence was always exerted towards making the medical college an integral part of the University, and when this was accom- plished on September 1, 1910, he resigned from the Board of Trustees. Dr. Davison is a member of the following organizations: Chicago Surgical Society, Illinois State Medical Society, American KIedical Association, Chicago Medical Society, Physicians' Club, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha, Mystic Shrine, and Knights Templar. , He is a regular contributor to current surgical literature, and is recognized among his profession as an energetic and successful surgeon, and by the students as an incisive and instructive teacher. The rapid and persistent quizzing at the Klonday morning clinic at the Cook County Hospital will long be remembered by the graduates of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. -1313 ff i+3HllslLIllU1Ell?lllIFl 5 -EM? berries Spenser Ulflliilliamsun HARLES SPENCER XYILLIAKISON, professor of clinical medicine and associate professor of medicine, was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Kfay 15, 1872. He graduated from the Cniversity of Cincinnati with the degree of B. S. in 1893, his diploma reading, "with highest distinction." Among scho- lastic honors, Dr. 1Yilliamson was editor-in-chief of the college paper, winner of the jones prize in oratory, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. ln 1896, he graduated from the medical department of the Cniversity of Cincinnati, winning in competitive examination the position of resident physician in the Cincinnati Hospital and holding this position for the eighteen months ending October, 1807. Shortly after he sailed for Europe, where he pursued post-graduate med- ical work and original research for a little more than three years. The first year of this time was spent at Leipzig as uvoluntaer assistentw to Curschmann and in work in the Pathological Insti- tute under Birch-Hirschfeld. 11'hile there published an extensive research on the pneumococcus infection in the rabbit and man. After a few months' clinical work in Berlin, the following two years were spent in Yienna, pursuing exclu- sively work in internal medicine under Nothnagel, Neusser and Kovacs, and such parts of pathology as bore directly upon this. under 1Yeichselbaum, Al- brecht and Paltauf. After a short stay in Paris and London, Dr. Wvilliamson returned to America early in the winter of 1000-1001, beginning practice in Chicago in February, 1901, and limiting it to internal medicine exclusively. In this year he was made adjunct professor of medicine, lecturing in junior medicine. The following year he became professor of clinical medicine and established a college clinic in medi- cine which has been held uninterruptedly since that time. For the past four years, in addition to the clinical work just mentioned, he has been associate professor of medicine and was appointed a member of the first consulting staff of the Cook County Hospital, holding for the past six years a clinic in that institution. Since 1001 he has been engaged in post-graduate teaching in the Chicago Polyclinic as professor of gastro-enterology, editing, in addition to contributions to various journals, French's 4'Practice of lledicinef -137 :QUE .ll .HWTEHSEJUVQEI PEA LITII.EIf1ELD XYRENCH HYILSON FURHY THOMAS SHAYICK LINDSAY SELBY H.-XRRINGTON CHIFF BAXTER ROBINSON LIGHT CROOKS XYERNER MERSHON VVISEMAN DAWSON IQK-XFT SEIXVELL HURKA KNOTT DR. D.XVISON BIURPHY DOWNS OLSON FISK 438 gf- 'iQUH .Il.I1VU'-EHFJHFOEER A Qlpba kappa kappa QEta Gllbantzt Fratres in Facultate CHARLES iD.-XVISON, M. D. W. KILBOURNE JACQUES, PH. M., M. D. F. F.. W'YNEKOOP, M. S., M. D. WVILLIAM FULLER, M. D. ANDREW AICDI.-XRIXIID, M. B., M. D., VYANDY FRANK BIASILKO, M. D. F. G. M. G. JOHN EDDY HASKELL, B. S., M. D. SANGER BROXVN, M. D. HOWARD O. SHAFER, M. D. EPHRAIM K. FINDLAY, C. M., M. D. P. GAD IQITTERMAN, M. D. WILLIAM LINCOLN NOBLE, M. D. SETH W'ICKS, M. D. EDWARD LOUIS HEINTZ, PH. G., M. D. J. BROXVN LORING, C. M., M. 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CASSILTS C. ROGERS, M. D. .ALBERT PEARSON, M. D. J. I. O. S. L. S. C. A D. L C. E E. M STEVEN G. WEST, M. D. Fratres in Collegio Senior HJXRRX' KNOTT Juniors AIERSHOX F. R. CROOKS F. E. SHIPMAN R. R. FISK OLSON L. D. HARRIS R. D. RIURPHY R. HURKA S. H. KRAFT E. XV. LITTLEFIELD Sophomores LIGHT F. N. CLIFF R. L. FURBY SELBY E. H. PEA E. F. SLAVIK DAWSON J E. A. XVERNER H. S. SEIVVELL Freshmen LINDSAY R. J. HARRINGTON H. T. BAXTER C. XVISEMAN F. DOWNS Pledges .THOMAS, LYRBAN HAXRRIS, R. D. ROBINSON, XVILLIAM RAMSAY, OTTO REUSCH -139 ff llllalLlll'I1TEllfQlllF7lV- Y' Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Iota Kappa Lambda lXIu Nu Xi Omicron Pi Rho Sigma Tau Upsilon Phi Chi Psi Omega Alpha Beta Alpha Gamma Alpha Delta Alpha Epsilon Alpha Zeta Alpha Eta Alpha Theta Alpha Iota Alpha Kappa Alpha Lambda Alpha lX'Iu Alpha Nu Alpha Xi Qlpba kappa kappa Roll of Chapters lXledical Department Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco, Cal. 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C lXIedical Department, St. Louis University, St. Louis, hlo. lX'Iedical Department, University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky lX'Iedical Department, VVestern Reserve University, Cleveland, O 4-L0 Elf' 'QPSHLLHWEUQUWH Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Iota Alpha Iota Beta Kappa Lambda KIU Nu Xi Qmicron Pi Rho Sigma fbi 331313 Sigma Roll of Chapters Northwestern University. University of Illinois. Rush Kledical College University of Southern California. Detroit hIedical College. University of Michigan. Creighton XIedical College. Hamline University. University of Nebraska. University of Nebraska Western Reserve University. hledieo-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia. University of Iowa Harvard University. Johns Hopkins University. Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons Indiana hledical College. Jefferson XIedical College. University of Virginia. 441 I 5 -xr I I , , ,Xl b + 5 f LBPT21 1E11ZI1J'1ffE'K1911 Qi Ni K 1 1 9 .Ny X ff QM!! .H .HWEHQHFQEA 1Bbi Rho bigma Founded 1890 2Beta Qilhaptet Fratres in Facultate G. FRANK LYDSTON, M. D. EDWIN GRPXFFIN EARLE, M. D IXDOLPH GEHRBIAN, M. D. CLARENCE BRUCE KING, AI. D AIAURICE LOUIS GOODKIND, M. D. ARTHUR HENRY BRUMBACK, M ALEXANDER HUGH FERGUSON, M. D. FRANK ALBERT PHILLIPS, M. D M S C :ARTHUR MILLS CORXVIN, M. D. FRED DRURY HOLLENBECK, M D BERNARD FANTUS, M. D. JOHN RALPH BALLINGER, M. D WILLIAM LINCOLN BALLENGER, M. D. XV.-XLLACE WICAIURRAY BURROUGHS M D FREDERICK TICE7 M. D. IRVING HERBERT EDDY, M. D JOSEPH TXICINTYRE P.-XTTON, M. D. NELSON M. PERSY, M. D. DANIEL DI.-XTHAN EISENDRATH, M. D. J. S. WELLS, M. D. CHPXNNING XYHITNEY BARRETT, M. D. XY. S. ROYCE, M. D. D. FERGUSON J. O'MALLEY F. ATE.-XCHAM S. HOWARD CHARLES CLAYTON O'BYRNE, M. D. A. C. CROFTON, M. D. EDWARD NIILTON BROWN, M. D. H. SANTEE, M. D. Fratres in Collegio Seniors W. S. BOYDEN S. FROGNER C. F. FOK Juniors R. F. BREEDEN XY. STIGM.-KN F. M. XYELDY AIILLER J. R. SMITH T. H. REGAN S. S. LORENZ E. SAHR Sophomores E. P. COLEMAN T. KNIGHT R. W. AICKINLEH R. PATTON G. HPXIG T. REIXRI Freshmen R. D. THOIXIPSON XY. P. MILLER E. CONLEY H. C. LYMAN W. CUSICK F. C. AIORGENROTH Spikes A. BOEHMER -143 GLEASON 44-1 ff HIDIEHQHIHVQRS -Hr 4155 HUM. phi llbeta abt Founded at the University Of Pittsburg, 1891 Active Chapters, 32 Jlota Qibaptcr Established March 20, 1902 Fratres in Facultate CHAS. S. BACON, A. M., PH. B., M. D. GEORGE P. DREYER, A. B., PH. D. H. OSCAR XVHITE, M. D. L. HARRISON AIETTLER, A. M., M. D. EDWARD FISCHKIN, M. D. GECJRGE A. G.-XRDNER, M. D. R. R. DUFF, AI. D. F. W. NICKEL, M. D. SIMON LUDXVIG, PII. B., M. D. LOUIS F. IALLRUTZ, M. D. ERICK DANEK, PII. G., AI. D. L. FIUGHES, WI. D. LOUIS G. XVITHERSPOON, A. M., M. GEORGE G. ZOEHRLAUT. M. D. XYILLI.-XM H. BROXVNE, B. S. HARRY SMEJKEL, AI. D. D. Fratres in Urbe B. BARKER BEESON, AI. D. ' EARL J. BYERS, M. D. H. L. KRAFT, M. D. NEXVTON D. LEE, M. D. R. R. AICCLALLAN, M. D. J. F. INLEARNEY, M. D. W. A. GROSS, M. D. F. LEE STONE, M. D. WALTER P. GERHARD, M. D. FRANK L. HAMMERSTRAND, M. D. FREDERICK A. BERRY, M. D. E. W. JACKSON, M. D. L. CARDINAL QUINN, M. D. WJALLACE E. ROSE, M. D. S. A. SMITH, M. D. L. H. GRANER, AI. D. Fratres in Collegio Seniors L. D. BARDING ALEX. E. AIACCORNACK HENRX' M. WILSON AYALTER P. D.AVENPORT ELMER W7. MOSLEY R. R. AICCARTHY GEORGE A. HASS .ALVIN W. SCHOENLEEER FRANKLIN S. WILSON EDWIN HESS THOMAS J. RIIXCH Juniors EDVVIN R. BUTTERFIELD JOHN F. RIARTIN JOHN H. LYNN J. M. CONERTY JAMES F. PEATTIE ROBERT F. FLEEGER EDW. A. CHRISTOFFERSON JAMES B. RAUB CLEIXIENT J. FISCHER R. A. LOGAN CLARENCE H. XYIENEKE Sophomores FRANK E. BRINCKERHOFF IMUS P. RICE HARVARD S. PERRY THEODORE D. BURGER A. M. FRANK STEPHEN M. BURDEN PAUL S. HAGEMAN WILLIS H. XVATSON J. R. RICE EUGENE A. AIACCORNACK ANTHONY M. DELFOSSE RICHARD LEO DEVERELTX RAYMOND M. NVALL JOSEPH S. LUNDHOLM ALLAN F. HRUBY Freshmen MAX BRACHVOGEL GEORGE N. HISKEY C. ARTHUR JOHNSON XVALTER E. NIUELLER HARRY' E. PETERS VV. B. SWAKHAMER H. G. CHABIPLIN 4-15 e,.- Hll .Il .UFWEUHHWQ A Alpha Zeta Eta Omicron Upsilon Phi Chi Psi Alpha Alpha Delta Alpha Zeta Alpha Eta Alpha Theta Lambda lXIu Nu Tau Omega .Alpha Iota Beta Delta Theta Iota Kappa Xi Pi Alpha Alpha Alpha Epsilon Rho Sigma Alpha Beta Alpha Kappa iBiJi Esta 1Bi Roll of Chapters University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md Jefferson h'Iedical College, Philadelphia, Pa. Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind. Ohio Vliiesleyan University lN'Iedical School, Cleveland, Ohio. University College of Kledicine, Richmond, Va. Georgetown University, lVashington, D. C. RIedical College of Virginia, Richmond, Ya. Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. hIedico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, Pa. Indiana University School of KIedicine, Bloomington, Ind. 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University of Texas, Galveston, Texas. -146 ff' gfilll .ll ,HIIIWIEHQIUETE Sigma iBIJi Epsilon Roll of Chapters Alpha VVest Virginia Beta Pennsylvania Beta Pennsylvania Gamma Illinois Alpha Colorado Alpha Pennsylvania Delta Virginia Delta North Carolina Beta Ohio Alpha Indiana Alpha New York Alpha Virginia Epsilon Georgia Alpha Delaware Alpha Arkansas Alpha Virginia Zeta Virginia Iita Pennsylvania Epsilon Virginia Theta Ohio Gamma Vermont Alpha Alabama Alpha North Carolina Gamma New Hampshire Alpha District of Columbia Alpha Kansas Alpha California Alpha 7 Richmond, Virginia hlorgantown, YVest Virginia Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Chicago, Illinois Boulder, Colorado Philadelphia, Pennsylvania lVilliamsburg, Virginia VVest Raleigh, North Carolina Ada, Ohio VVest Lafayette, Indiana Syracuse, New York Lexington, Virginia Atlanta, Georgia Newark, Georgia Fayetteville, Arkansa Ashland, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Lexington, Virginia Columbus, Ohio Northfield, Vermont Auburn, Alabama Durham, North Carolina I-Ianover, New Hampshire VVashington, D. C. Baldwin, Kansas Berkeley, California 448 . W. X IA LTBY 415 ff HU .H.HWEUQ1HFlE1 Sli? bigma 1913i Clipsilun Illlinuig Qilpba cnzbap TBP Fratres in Facultate U W. C. HAWTHORNE, B. A., M. S. . R. JOHNSTONE, M. D. . V. BACHELLE, KI. D. . O. BENSON, XI. D. EISENDRATH, M. D. L. W. SCHXVAB, M. D. O. B. FUNEHOUSER, XI. D. A C E S. Fratres in Urbe AIYLO LEE, BI. D. A A. XV. GREGG, M. D. B. A. HSXRRISON, M. D. ' . I. 4. . U, - . E 7 I . E D E. H E HOFFMAN M D. XY. . H. XI. GRIFFITH . L. KNAPP, KI. D. . J. TOELLER, M. D. A. C. V. XVINSETT, M. . D M. D. . A. DEAN, AI. D. C H. XVENTZ, M. D. C. H. PHIFER, M. D. JOHN FISHER, XI. D. J. F. BURKHOLDER, M. D. N. G. DARLING, KI. D. E. D. BROTHERS, B. S., LL. M. CUZNIK, M. D. E. W. XVHITE, M. D. . G. JOHNSON, M. D. W1 WHITE, M. D. R. S-VVORD, M. D. B. LEWIS, KI. D. C. E. STEVENS, KI. D. FRANCIS DEIXCON, M. D. A. HERRMAN, M. D. . G. BORGESS, M. D. . GUNDERSON, KI. D. G XY. R. HEDRICK, M. D. L. P. INLUHN, L. A. PULLEY, M. D. J. J. ALONAH R. R. HEIRI, M. D. L. F. SMITH, G. E. JOHNSON, XI. D. XY. H. BARR T. E. SHIMER, KI. D. Fratres in Collegio Seniors W. F. KISTINGER C. F. BACCUS H. CARTER Juniors V. JOYCE B. ROBBINS H. C. RUDDICR R. RIOORE A. C. RHINE T M. D. AN, M. D. M. D. , M. D. C. B. JACRMAN R . 0. TAYLOR C. KICKIULLEN A. E. G.-XGE THOMPSON . B. XVALCH YV. R. XTAUGHAN Sophomores J. POXVELL J. H. BLOOMEIELD G H. SMITII . V. COMES I. F. B.-XRNETT T. O. CARBERRY H. SIMMONS Wf R. BROYVN L. L. PARRE . XV. TUPPER A. C. EDWARDS H. A. AIYERS F. A. SMITH Pledges . H. JUERS J. A. XFANKIRK WT. H. AIINER R. F. DOWELL A. LANGAN 449 HH.LHlEUEHE1HH9-X -ii? GATES Ewox DQUGHERIY LUEDERS BIIECQCK GILAYSTON GORDOB: GOTTHELF C.-IYLEI' XVERB XY,-XGNER W. DONAHUE VVELSH P. MILLER S. DONIXHOE CADDICIQ THoxI.xs HARE BLAIR SULLIVAN ELLIOT HAMMOND 450 TQHU .H .HlIOlI'-2'UMH61-Ebxi 11911 Qigma JV911 Gfta cnlbaptrr Fratres in Facultate W. QUINE, M. D., LL. D. O. A. KING, M. D. . A. K. STEELE, M. D., LL. D. F. B. EARLE, M. D. C. S. XYILLIAMSON, M. D. D F. D. RIOORE, TNI. D. F. G. DYAS, AL D. JOHN XVEATHERSON, M. D. P. H. HOLBIES, B. S., M. D H. SMITH, M. D. M T. A. DAVIS, M. D. F. . HORSTBIIXN, M. D. XV. M. HARSHA, A. B., M. D. E. R. HAX'HURST, M. D. J. L. PORTER, M. D. J. M. BERGER, M. D. CARL BECK, M. D. C. C. CLEMENT, M. D. F. R. SHERWVOOD, M. D. B . L. T. XYOODS, M. D. H. I. BYFORD, A. M., M. D. F. H. BLAYNEY, M. D. Fratres in Collegio Seniors L. A. ELLIOTT CARI.I'LE I'IARE C. G. THOMAS W. F. PLASSMAN EARL CADDICR N. R. SULLIVAN VY. H. H.Xl1HIOND Juniors CHARLES P. BLAIR XYILLIAM E. DON.XIIOl CHARLES J. XYAGNER PJXLTL M. AIILLER S. A. DONAHOE A. H. LUEDERS JOHN S. GORDON Sophomores H. A. DOUGHERTY' J. T. GRAYSTON P. B. XYELCH V. H. IIILLET F. CAYLEY J. F. GATES Freshmen H. E. XVEBB ROE-COE EATON H. XV. BABCOCK F. J. GOTTHELF, JR. Pledges NORMAN K. JOHNSTON D. F. NICGUIRE -151 F. J. NOVAK 2 QD UU .Il .HTH-Ellifillfflbi Founded at 1513i ZBeIta Long Island Hospital College, 1901 Active Chapters, 10 Roll of Chapters Alpha Alpha Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn. N. Y. Alpha Beta Ohio Aledical University. Columbus, Ohio Alpha Gamma Lvnion Lniyersity, Albany, N. Y. Alpha Delta lliisconsin College, Milwaukee, llvis. Alpha Epsilon University hledical College, Kansas City, Mo. Alpha Zeta lliashington University, St. Louis, Alo. Alpha Mu University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, hlinn. Alpha Xu Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, Chicago, Ill. Alpha Chi St. Louis Lvniyersity, St. Louis, Xlo. Alpha Omicron College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, Ill. Sdlpba QDmirrun Ctibaptcr Established 1903 Fratres in Facultate ll'.xI.TER C. gloNEs Xl. T. CiOLDSTINE JAIME P. IJEINECK Fratres in Urbe T. H. NEEDII.XAl R. C. FISHER J. XY. REIQIIEIAIER C. R. B,xssLER L. LEBEAN D. C. AlOL7LDING J. A. BRAHAAI F. Al. CONROY Fratres in Collegio A. A. ALLEN G. W. H.xRRIsoN H. L. S,xRvEL.x E. M. L . BROWN L. M. W. S. SCHIELE C . VN. CHILDERS . AIICHEL E. EI. STEIN H. J. DUFFY H. H. AIOORE gl. A. XSALENTINE J. ENoEs,xTHER R. XY. PRATT C. R. lfxx GUNDY H. V. GOULD B. B. PARKER B. L. X'ILNA Pledges A. E. A. XVANDERER J. J. LEACH H. S. AIAUPIN M. R. DE HAAN E. C. SACK L. H. HIXRNER C. V. PHILLIPS A. J. PETERS 453 454 HU .H .HIVUEHFIUHE DR DR DR DR DR DR. DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR QP HHJI. HIWIEUQIHWE5 .Hu bigma 1913i Sdlpba cribaptcr Sorores in Facultate LOIS LINDSAY XVYNEKOOP DR. RIARGARET M. JONES DR. HENRIETTIX GOULD Sorores in Urbe IRENE PRATT DR. ZUE KOONS HELEN S. RX'ERSON DR. ANNA XYOOD H.-XRRIETT S. JENNINGS DR. AIARY C. HOLLISTER LUELLA HUKILL DR. CLARA FERGUSON ANNA B. HINDS DR. SARA CRAIG BUCKLEY ELSA A. LERESIIIAN DR. SARAH CONLEY O'CONNEI EFFIE LOBDELI. DR. PAUIINE KAPSA SOPHIE BRUMB.-ACK MRS. C. W. BARRETT HENRIETTIX FARQUIIARSON MRS. FREDERICK r-FICE JULIA C. STR.-XNVN MRS. AIARION S. 'FOLAIAN JENNIE B. CLARK MRS. I. M. FLOXYER AL-XRION 0. RUSSELL MRS. CHARLES DAVISON FRANCES DICKERSON MRS. T. A. DAVIS ROSE ENGLEMAN MRS. W. L. BALLENGER JULIA HOLMES SMITH MRS. XY. E. GAAIBLE SALLY GINST HOWELL MRS. JOHN XYEATHERSON IXLATHARINE CORCORAN MRS. L. M. XVIGGIN EDITH POLLOCK MRS. C. A. O'BYRNE GRACE B. AIARVIN MRS. GRACE BRYANT HUTSON EMBIIX E. IQOBBINS MISS MARGARET QUINE XYEIGIITXIXN LOUISE .ACRES MISS EDNA FIELD LAURA LUCILE BEEDY MISS ELIZABETH M. HEEL.-AN A. LOUISE KLEHM MRS. E. G. EARLE BIARY AIARIS COLE MRS. ADA S. CONNOR NELLIE A. FLINT MRS. FRANK D. MOORE ESTELLA HORTON HOUGHTON MISS HILDEG.ARDE M. HOGE HANNA RIILLER MISS RIETA M. LOOMIS HENRIETTIX GOULD DR. JULIAN D. BIERRILL Sorores in Gollegio Seniors AIAY I. BROXVN LORETTA K. RIAHER CLARA EDNA HAX'ES CLARA A. HERGERT ANNA E. ISHAM NELD.A BIACKENZIE HARRIETT C. SCHNVARTZ CSOLDIE E. ZIMMERMAN Juniors DELTA E. ROWLAND Sophomores FLORENCE EDITH MCCANN IONE BEENE Pledges MRS. HORILIAN -1 5 5 f 'iQIlllsLIlllf1lEllQlllFlEr - e P. and S. Baseball Team W. S W W C. . F. E. E. F. S. L. T. D D.E W. R. F. J. April April May Nlay May POLLARD , . P. OHBRIEN . i. L. BOYDEN . lf, iXlILLER . l'lAGGIEfCE1pT13lIlD . Fox . . Coon . . BURGER . RIEANY , VAUGHAN . CoNRoY . 8 23 4 11 25 Physicians Physicians Physicians Physicians Physicians The Line-Up Pitcher . Pitcher , Pitcher . Catcher . First Base . Second Base . Third Base . Short Stop . Left Field . Center Field Right Field Record of the Season and Surgeons and Surgeons- and Surgeons- and Surgeons and Surgeons Northwestern University-3 Northwestern University-5 QTen inningsl DePaul University-9 CTen inningsj Chicago University-12 Echo Theatre Club-0 456 V CQULFGE PHARMACY , F gy ' ' X W fxgmw ful w W' v Ds L . xx x K J A , ,WW N- vKrWW , ,WMM ,f N 1 f W1 W 1 W FUW f 4 4 'L 411422 , f QQ M, ,v "ff 5' "J 1-I VN ' mv' 141- N KA "7 w , 59 ' ' " llHlllIll DHWTNTVHI 1 xxx1nllII gr1lllIl in u IIIIVVHHIIIH u gg-illlllwl IIIIIlIllll 1 di 457 X-Qllll .ll.llVUEllE:1llI6'l bcbnnl uf barmatp Faculty EDMUND JANES JAMES, Ph. D., LL. D. President FREDERICK MARION GOODMAN, Ph. G. Dt-an of the Faculty, Professor o Materia Medica and Botany CARL SVANTE NICANOR HALLBERG Ph. G. Professor of Theoretical and Practical Pharmacy CDicd Oc- tober 22, 1910, ALBERT HENRY CLARK, Ph. G. Assistant Professor of Chemistry WILLIAM BAKER DAY, Ph. G. Secretary of the Faculty, Professor of Histological Botany HENRY HORACE ROGERS, Ph. B., M. D. Lecturer on Physiology CLYDE MASON SNOXV, Ph. G. Acting Professor of Theoretical and Practical Pharmacy EDMUND NORRIS GATHERCOAL, Ph. G. Instructor in Pharmacognosy HENRY AUGUST LANGENHAN, Ph. C. Instructor in Chemistry HENRY WILLIAM COLSON, Ph. G. Assistant in Pharmacy 453 ef' Hll .ll ,UU1lEllELilllE 99' 7 'CLE Qtarl Shame Wicanur ilaallherg 1856-1910 ARL SYANTE NICANOR HALLBERG was born October 13, 1856, in Sweden, in the city of Helsingborg, on the sound directly opposite the Danish city of Elsinore, with its ancient fort, in which was laid the scene of the story of Hamlet. 9 at the age of four Continuing until he in as nine wears of age he nas ad mitted to the gymnasium where he continued his studies until the remoxal of his parents to Xmerica They left Sweden in 1809 settling at Altoona Pennswlx ania on the fourth of ulx in the same Rear rl he fact that he xx as the descendant of a famili xersed in the arts of heal , ing for some generations-his father being a technical chemist-probably accounted for his adoption of phar- , macy as a profession. In 1871, he entered the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, graduating in the class of - 1876. In 1877 he came to Chicago. After some years' service as clerk and proprietor, he engaged in the He received his early education in his native land, entering the private school . I .f Ak Y if 17 Y ga K 7 7 Y V . W , . .. ' . , Cr' , ' Q J f ' Q f . manufacturing of National Formu- lary preparations and other pharma- ceuticals, for which he and his associate, C. D. Feldking, were awarded a gold medal by the American Pharmaceutical Association at the exposition in Detroit in 1886. He served as a member of the committee of the National Formulary since its organization in 1886, contributing to three editions. He was a member of the committee on revision of the United States Pharmacopoeia for 1890, 1900, and 1910. He was a member of the American Pharmaceutical Association since 1879, of the Illinois Pharmaceutical Association since 1881, serving as secretary of the latter from 1890 to 1891. He was a member of the council on pharmacy and chemistry of the Americal hiledical Association, the origin of which is to his credit. In 1896, when the College of Pharmacy was united with the University, his appointment to the chair of pharmacy was confirmed by the trustees of the latter institution. He held this position until the time of his death, which occurred on October 22, 1910. 459 ev HH .H .uinisumniel -Er Albert enrp Qtlark LBERT HENRY CLARK, assistant professor of chemistry, is a native of Illinois, and received his early education within its borders. Wlhen fifteen years of age he entered upon the duties of an apprentice in a drug- store. In the winter of 1891-1892 he attended the Chicago College of Pharmacy, and in the spring of 1892 became a registered pharmacist in Illinois. During the eleven years following he was employed as pharmacist with R. N. Doods of Spring- field, Illinois. In the fall of 1903 he returned to the College of Pharmacy, which in the meantime had become a part of the University of Illinois, and the following spring completed the work with honors. For a short time he was employed with a firm of manu- facturing chemists, and in 1905 the post of assistant Q in chemistry at his alma mater was offered him. He has been connected with the school continu- ously since then as instructor and acting professor, and on the retirement of Professor Puclqner in 1909 succeeded him, as assistant professor of chemistry. During his connection with the school, Professor Clark has been active in national and local phar- maceutical affairs. He has contributed frequently to scientific pharmaceutical literature and is now chairman of the scientific committee of the American Pharmaceutical Association. He has been recently elected a member ofthe United States Pharmacoepial revision committee. He is a member of the Ameri- can Chemical Society, Illinois Pharmaceutical Association, American Pharma- ceutical Association, and is secretary' of the Alumni Association of the University of Illinois School of Pharmacy. 460 XQHH .ll .llU'UElPlllVlEte ' Qenior Qtlaesas istnrp WO YEARS IN THE REALMS OF MEMORY marks the birth ofthe class of 1911, and since its birth it has had no few epochs to evince its glow of prosperity as well as shadows of grief to add to its disappointment. ln the death of our beloved and greatly admired professor of pharmacy, Carl S. N. Hallberg, the pangs of sorrow have been deeply impressed. His professional guidance, as well as his singular personality, has been a daily loss. Our sadness was turned to rejoicing, however, with the announcement of the appointment of Professor Snow to the chair of pharmacy. llie have lacked at no time scientific methods of pharmacy explained in a learned and skillful manner. As juniors, our first visit to the university building was one which prompted the seeking of accidental insurance. Wie met Professor Day and other members of the faculty, and joined with them in hoping that the legislature would look favorably upon an appropriation in the near future. The noteworthy event of the year was the junior class dance. The opening of the senior yearshowed the loss of many of our members, who will return in future years. Strange faces were present, some members of former classes, and some from other universities who have since proved themselves quite worthy of mem- bership in the 1911 class. Social affairs recently have included the dance tendered the juniors and the one in honor of the alumni and faculty. Both were successes in every respect. ln a few days our class will disperse to all parts of the country. Each one of us will carry with him the coveted diploma, of which he is justly proud. May suc- cess and happiness follow each and every member of the senior class of 1911, as he embarks upon his life-work. -161 HU .ll .HVUEUQIHFWT 5eninr5:::1911 REUBEN LINDSTROM, Ph. G. Rock Island. Illinois Class President OSCAR .IQHN MACHEXHEIMER Ph. G., K 'P' Shan-nee, Oklahoma Class Vice-President VVILLIAM ADOLPHUS SMITH. Ph. G. Joliet, Illinois Class Vice-President THOMPSUN ALEXANDER NOONER Ph. G., K ll' Sharon, Tennessee Class Editor THOMAS ROSS. Ph. G., K II' Joliet, Illinois Class Secretary BERT DOUGLAS BURLEY Ph. G., K LI' Chicago, Illinois CARL F. BODE, Ph. G. Cairo, Illinois ERWIN JOHN MARK, Ph. G., K ll" Chicago, Illinois ADOLPH EMIL AN DERSCJN Ph. G., K 'I' Moline. Illinois RGY HARRY LGVVER, Ph. C. Cairo, Illinois 462 I l , 'Q i iff! 4 .Hysf V. ., 4 . 5 ,5 Q -: 1,25 in X' iff 'rd- X, H , ' . .cv .i .. Q.. ,4 .- 1, eq..-4, . -Sz: .55 . . 1.-Q . -X i' 4 Q .Q SR , we-, '., galil RE'-ivix.- N5 B. F32-: Nz PX- -N sxxiw. I ll, 4 .1 52-' 'll-1,.ri B 'P.,. . . . 'X i TX ,QS K X J N' NL l y I Q A + X1 Si il., 753 . 5 'i F N' rx -:QQ is f' 4 ik, 1. 5 W' .Qs :wax .. , ,..,. -4 - "-N-' . 'Se f Y ll .ll .lllfllillgllirgl Ei Mil? ALBERT ALMQUIST, Ph. G., K II' Pecatonicu, Illinois GEORGE SERIPLE CHURCHILL Pll. G., If II' Canton. Illinois S. C. AXNENBERG, Ph. C. Aurora, Illinois STANLEY CLARK, Ph. G. Chicano, Illinois EDWIN JOHN BACKUS. Ph, G., K 'I L:lP0rtu, Inilizinii BEN LEE EICHIER, Ibll. C. Chicago, Illinliis CLIFFORD JEROME BHWER, Ph. G. K Al:-rio, Illinois ANTON W. FIXGL, Ph. G., K ll' Chicago, Illinois WILLIAM ARTHUR BREDENBECK Ph. G. Quincy, Illinois CLIFFORD LERCJY FUUTE, Ph. C. Elgin, Illinois 463 1. 3,55 Q I ,ily l . . . 9 ' .i I 4' " fav 79 4- Mf Q. I F- L i g .X 5 I' ' 1:1 if? llll ll llll7l:'llClllrf'lE 1 1 :I U 1 GEGRGE E. FRANKE, Ph, G. i ' ? Newton, Illinois f u. fifigxx :IQ "' f K ANDREW BERGER HELSTROM Qgf Ph. G., K IP' I Chicago, Illinois ,R 'W LLOYD GOYEI.-X, Ph. G., K 11' if 'f 1 I .Q ' - Springfield, iihhoxs 'YS' - '- B. J. HUUPER, Pl1.G. W3 1 Lake Vina, Illinois . ,. U. 1 W :yreas V? EDXX ARD D. GRIFFIN, Ph. G.. R Li' is Chicago, Illinois . ' -5 BERNARD JAMES HOURIGAN A Ph. G. Smith Falls, Ontario 'T ' J-I wt, EDWARD JOSEPH HALF.-XCRE - 7 Ph. G. qi lAl. ' . 6 - Columbia, Tunncss e ilfifa l t 415-S. iw X- ' JDSEPH FRANCIS HRE-ISA. Ph. G. , .5 Chicago, Illinois xxx' 4 HERBERT HENRY HEIDBREDER NE.. A. Y, , x i y gg ,AN ,Ski SQ -. Q 4 0 In 'ff Xhl X C x .-:fb X ,Wig ffl .. 1 ' Ph. C. , Quincy. Illinois 1 Q i ERNEST THEODQRE -IANZ. Ph, G. r M Chicago. Illinois 46-1 -f' ' llll .ll .lllmillmllm l ' JAMES CHARLES KEEFREY i Ph. G., K ll" Q Streator, Illinois ' Ph. G. Chicago, Illinois 4 PAUL MCCULLOCH KEPNER, Ph. G. Port Royal, Pennsylvania LOUIS ALBERT PIEPER, Ph, G., K II" jacksonville, Illinois ' ORVAL WILKIE LEE, Ph. G. ' Decatur, Illinois f ROLLO BIELBY SARGINSON, ' Ph. G., K II" Chesterfield, Illinois CHESTER A. LOGAN, Ph. G., K II' Elizabeth, Illinois BENJAMIN SAMUEL SCHILDBERG Ph. G. Mendota. Illinois ERNEST ELMER MONTGOMERY Ph. G. Poseyville, Indiana CHARLES GEORGE SCHREIBER Ph. G. Chicago, Illinois 465 MICHAEL ADALBERT PORKORN EY J. LJ.-x, V i iff S ... . -.: I we ili was SEE U, E V l I , ns ' fi . I' f. 'R nf, A ' X - H 7f'f i5lf3i'f'v .A '- Lf ' ' gg? 121 --. "x . 5.-if 9 5 f ff' i43Hll .Il .IlVf:llEHEf':BlllfT'l Ef EDWIN JOSEPH SETZ, Ph. G. Lake Mills, Wisconsin RALPH I. WISMAN, Ph. G., K IP' Quincy, Illinois HARRY ALBERT SIEBEN, Ph. G. Hastings, Nebraska OTTO JULIUS WRUCK, Ph. G. Herscher, Illinois LOU ARCHIBALD WATSON Ph. G., K ll' Ashley, Illinois Chicago, Illinois HARRY ARTHUR WHITE, Ph. G. Wyoming. Illinois WILLIAM SYLVESTER WHITE Ph. G. Chicago, Illinois l w 466 JOHN WILLIAM ZELLINGER, Ph. G. or Class l Jun The fiif HU .ll .WUC-.5'.'llE":1lll?V'l 1 - barmatal Euhies uf 1911 55 O GLAD YOU CALLED." Stepping into the elevator, our friend had re- ceived a hearty reception from the faculty and librarian, and then passed out through the labs and lecture halls adorned with the artistic products of previous years. Ou entering the smoking room, he was presented to the Pharmacal Bodies of 1911, with the following explanations: .-IZ11zqui.fz'z'J .llberrzzmi A fall perennial, habitat, history and use unknown. -JIZdf'I'.VO'7ZI1L'L'f1f .-Idolphir Emilzzm: A low evergreen shrub, flowering in the latter part of April Qthe 26thQg poison. -J1z1zf1zZve1'gz'5 S. C.: An ineffective proprietary. Backus .Edfl'1'1IZt.i' An important ofhcinal, commonly known as new cen- tury god of wine. Bodwz CarZi,rz'de.' A metalg should yield, when assayed by' official class meth- ods, 99.99 per cent, Ag.g usual yield, 23 per cent, Ag. Bofcwzuiz Cflifffflllllll frro21zz'f.' A natural emulsion, easilyidentified by its vis- cosity. Broddacaf Lawz'e1zrrzmz..' A cultivated ffowing plant, collected in evening by men with white gloves, in a taxi: delicate, but stable. B1'cz2'r1zZ1arky! If'1'llz'z11111'1zf' .'l7IflIOIl!lf.' A volatile liquid, kept in inverted, Well- stoppered amber-colored bottles at 0 degrees, Centigrade, remote from Hames. Blllffyflffflt' Barfzzm Dozzglarrza' Recently classified as it was found to pro- duce cotton fibers and woolen fabric from Linum. Bozzrtfnz iilnfflifcwmfrluzme I'irg1'!0I.' A tertiary alcholg may be produced syn- thetically. Clnrkarmf Smzzleyis: An annual, used in the treatment of obesity. ClZI1l'tAh1.ffZi1iG. Sf11zplfx11J.' A syrupy condimentg flames brightly in presence of C2l'l5OH, but precipitates with feminals with explosive violence. Ezrfzam Bmzmz Lam: A newly discovered serum, now being used in the treatment of the hook-worm. Flyzzizarfaf Ea'gari.r: An undetermined species of the Flyaceae family. Footwear Clzjfordzzm LFRO3'1I77l.' A delightful fall perennial, having but little therapeutical value. Fraizkfzi Gf0rgf5icif.' A metal of dull luster. Flillgflili,'17Zf0lll.ll.Y.' A newly discovered bacilli, now being studied by chemists. Gowfiaf Lloydif f,Dz'.rf.D: A peculiar inorganic compound neutralizing al hydrocarbons having OH radical. Griffizmf EdCC'0fdZ'IIL', or "Perpetual Beazzfy".' A new delightful cosmetic: too expensive for practical use. 1I!IAfK1l'l'l'f1l't' EdfC'07'd1.I f0rfpl11z11z.' Too difficult to classify. Hozrrigazznl Ber1zam'1'5.' A delightful spirit, manufactured in Smith Falls Ontariog shipped in leaden casks. Ilnjracfar fofephiu Fraizrif: An allied species of cannabis indicag actions laughable, anti-cigaretist. Hflffroma .1l1ldil'6'fl'Z..Y Berger-1'.r: A volatile antiseptic, rubifacient, thought to be a cordiant among the ladies, but of doubtful value. -168 -" llll .Il .HlFllEll.9:1lllf1:3V H Heidbredium Herbertir Hfnryii: A complicated disease, more mystifying and deadlier than pellagra. Hooperii C.: An insoluble rnetalg will take bright polish when rubbed. fanzum Erizeftif Theodorif QSy1z. "Lacm5e"j: Peculiar crystalline sugar, purity doubtful. Kfefrey famefir: An inorganic compound, volatile explosive, HCaution," but specifically an "Antiperiodic". Kepizeraceaa Paullina IUcCzzIlorlzzmz.' An irregular flowerg polysmiliousg brightest at noonftidej in presence of Ferninaceae. Leeii Ortialo! Wilkif QSyn. 'lEgo"J.' A gaseous, volatile explosiveg rare com- pound, kept in frozen tubes to prevent fatal explosion. Lefareae Solomoizifs An undetermined perennial, a supposed species of Araceae. Liizd.rtromium RKZlb0I1liJ'.' A granular elrlervescent salt, identified by its free liberation of C02. Actions indefinite. Louwnzmi. Royif HdT7'3'Ii5.' A Glucoside from hlosatis or forgetmenots Qwlien you know she is truej. Loganum Clzefterif: A fat that is not a fat. Why? lllaclzezzhei'merareae Ofcarif, or "Bim'l1".' Rare plant, powerf l cordiac with the ladies, but deadly in large doses: chemical formula, C4Lg2 CFQSQGOH. lllarkarme Erwiizzurzs A Howering evergreen cultivated for ornament and therapeutical properties, often found associated with various species of Hob- bleaceae skirtum. flloiztgonzrrii Ernefti EZJIIETZ-1i.' A specific for somnabulistic diseases. Nooizera T. .17le.i'a1za'ri5.' A preparation of no known use. Porleorzzeyur flliclzfzelzzr Aldolphzi' A product of nautilous origin: an allied species of Godus Klowhecae. Pifperareaa Louifa Alberfzmiz: A delicate perennial: flowers in the country: habitat Jacksonville. Rorrizze Tlzonzrzfior: An alkaloid of unknown value, incompatible with feminals. Sd1'giIZJ'OlZfll.l2 Rollo 4 Bz'e!byihar0f.' A new synthetical product of uncertain actions. S6111-fdbffgii Benjamin Sanzzmlix A peculiar stimulant producing involun- tary movement of the upper extremities and vocal cordsg never given. Sclzraibzr Cfzarlerii' Georgfia: Said to be of value in the manufacture of cer- tain acids in oxidizing the "ale" radical. Sefzeum Edwiizi The most common parasiticideg never given internally without fatal results. Siabfnol Harryrhzz1zf.' Always sold under red label, "Poison", "Caution". Suziilzaceczf II'l'!!l.!I'77Z7:.Y Jdolplzzi' A tall perennial, indelinite action: habitat Joliet. lfatroizae Louii fI7'6'hfb!IfZill771.' A stable insoluble compoundg marketed under trade name, "Diligential Studiusf, l1'lzi1mceae Harryiz' Jrflzzirzmzx A powerful stimulant: allied to species Class- aceae politicianum. lfhiieae lfilliaiizzii SyZc'e5f1'aZ.' A peculiar coating for billiard balls. Wrzzrkizzum Oito fZLZZ'Zl.S'.' A acute forrn of rickets. Ufimzaizir Ralphia illuminate: Species of fishg long snoutg prone to fiutter. Zellingfraceaf lfilliamm: Defies classification, but is of known value in treatment of certain diseases QFD. hlodesty prevents further explanation, but as we stop to bid him adieu he adds: "Antiperiodic", "Parasiticide'7, "Cotton lVool". The John Bull, Swede, and Lactose were under obligations to the remaining pharmaceuticals for their permitted presence. 469 I HH. IVUVUEHQHFE E kappa si Founded 1879 ciilbi Qlbaptzr Established February 2, 1910 Fratres in Facultate XXILLIYNI B DIY PH G. CLYDE KL SNOXY, PH G -XLBERT H CL IRR PH C. EDAIUND N. GATHERCOIL, PH G HENRX X LINOENHYN, PH. C. HENRY 'W. COLSON, PH C Active Members Seniors CHESTER A. LOGAN LOU A. XYATSON THOIXIPSON A. NOONER LAXVRENCE BRODD RALPH 1. XYISMAN EDWARD GRIFFIN ROLLO B. SARGIXSON BERT D. BURLEY IANTON W. FINGL CLIFFORD J. BOXVER JAMES C. KEEFREX' AYALTER J. LANDAKEN ROBERT H. STOCKS F. B. BALMER, JR. RALPH I. AIILLER M. LLOYD NORRIS Juniors LLOYD GOVEIA GSCAR J. KIACHENHEIMER GEORGE S. CHURCHILL ERXVIN J. A1.-ARK .ADOLPH E. .ANDERSON .ANDREXV B. HEI.STRO3I :ALBERT ALIIQUIST LOUIS A. PIEPER THOMAS ROSS XYILLI.-XM A. BREDENBECK EDWIN J. BACRUS 1'1.-XRVEY H. KOCH XJIRGIL F. SEIBERT BLEM H. COPELAND KENNETH C. BONUS XYILLI.-XM J. STINSON ARTHUR XI. 1i1DD, JR. 471 Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Eta lota Kappa Lambda hlu Nu Xi Omicron Pi Rho Sigma Tau Upsilon Phi Chi Psi Umega Beta Beta Beta Gamma Beta Delta llll .ll .lllWElEETllIE:lEt- ifiappa 195i Roll of Chapters Grand Council, Wilmington, Del. University College of hledicine, Richmond, Va. Columbia University, New York, N. Y. University of hlaryland, Baltimore, lXld. Maryland Kledical College, Baltimore, lXld. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, Pa. University of Alabama, hlobile, Ala. Birmingham Xleclical College, Birmingham, Ala. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Boston, Blass. Medical College of South Carolina, Charleston, S. C. University of Vliest Yirginia, hlorgantoxvn, XT. Ya. University of Nashville, Nashville, Tenn. Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons, Atlanta, Ga. Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, hltl University of Alabama tPreclinic Schoolj, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Louisville College of Pharmacy, Louisville, Ky. Northwestern University, Chicago, Ill. University of Illinois, Chicago, Ill. Baylor University, Dallas, Tex. Southwestern University, Dallas, Tex. Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio University of California, San Francisco, Cal. Union University, Albany, N. Y. 4722 COLLEGE USLR x 1,1 f 473 -"' '?Hfl.ll.!llf':1lElQlllFlErT allege nf entistrp Faculty EDMUND JANES JAMES, Ph. D., LL. D. President GEORGE WASHINGTON COOK B. S., D. D. S. Dean of the Faculty, Professor of Bacteriology. Pathology nnrl Therapeutics DONALD MACKAY GALLIE, D. D. S. Professor of Operative Dentistry and Operative Technic GEORGE WALTER DITTMAR, D. D. S. Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry and Superintunilcnt of Infirmary CHARLES ERWIN JONES, B. S., D. D. S. Secretary and Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics FREDERICK B. MOOREHEAD A. B., D. D. S., AI. D. Professor of Oral Surgery JAMES ALFRED BURRILL, D. D. S. Professor of Orthodontia OSCAR A. KING, M. D. Professor of Neurology DANIEL ATKINSON K. STEELE M. D., LL. D. Actuary and Consulting Surgeon HARRY OSCAR WHITE, M. D. Professor of General :incl Regional Anatomy JACOB F, BURKHOLDER, M. D. Professor of Physiology FRANK E. WYNEKOOP, M D. Professor of Histology and Microscopy 474 ff iw .ll .HIWIEHPIHET College of Dentistry CContinuedD ELMER DEWITT BROTHERS B. S., LL. B. Professor of Dental jurisprudence RODEN R. DUFF, M. D. Pr1ft-:Q-Jr Physical Diagnosis and Anesthesiology IYARREN C. HAWTHORNE, A. B., RI. S. Professor of Chemistry SETH E. MEEK, M. S., Ph. D. Professor of Comparative Anatomy LOUIS E. BAKE, D. D. S. Associate Professor of Operative and Prosthetic Technology HENRY C. LEE, Ph. G., D. D. S. Associate Professor of Materia Medica LOUIS SCHULTZ, D. D. S., M. D. Adjunct Professor of Oral Surgery ARTHUR G. NAUMAN, D, D. S. Adjunct Professor of Anatomy Demonstrators WILLIAM H. ROTH, D. D. S. Prosthetic Dentistry REIIBEN A. STONE, D. D. S. Operative Dentistry FRANK RYAN, D. D. S. Orthodontia Department HARRY L. JONES, D. D. S. Operative Department EDWIN P. SVVATEK, D. D. S. Department of Metallurgy LEROY H. PHIFER, D. D. S. Operative Department JOHN R. HARGER, M. D. Department of Anntom y F. R. HORSTMAN, M. D. Department of Histology RI. H. EDGECOMB, M. D. Department of Anatomy R. R. RUPERT Department of Anatomy WILLIAM C. SMITH, M. D. Department of Anatomy WILLIAM HARCHER, M. D. Department of Anatomy 475 I Hl1.H1HU:UEHEWlHF3EH LUEBKA IXIARTIN HANDELMAN BICCRILLIS ASGER HIGGINS HENN FRIEDMAN J.-xl-IN REDM.-KN SWE!-:NEY GAFF , 476 Wi HU .ll .llflilillifllbfl Q? B51 Q9mega Established at the College of Dentistry, 1910 Beta Qllpba Ctlibapter Fratres in Facultate H. O. XVI-IITE, N. D. xl. F. BURKHOLDER, M. D F. E. XVYNEKOOP, Nl. D. R. A. STONE, D. D. S. Fratres in Collegio Seniors Y. F. REDMAN E. I. HENN H. L. HANDELM.xN Juniors B. C. HIGGINS W. XV. AlCCRILLIS E. A. AIARTIN E. LIIEBKE Freshmen H. P. JAHN 477 R. D. FRIEDMAN M. E. ASGER QLIVIR GAFF C. A. SWEENEY 78 415' iw .H.Hli1EU:fTlUFlEL C3 Belta Sigma ZBeIta liibn dlbapter Fratres in Facultate XY. COOK, B. S., D. D. S. J. W. DITTRIAR, D. D. S. F. 1 G C. E. JONES, B. S., D. D. S. L. H. L. JONES, D. D. S. D. F. BERNARD, D. D. S. G. Fratres in CO Seniors L. A. SQHROEDER G. C FINLEY H. J XYIELAND F. J. IiREJCI M. H. KIOORE S. P. STARR XY. F COLLINS C. P LARSEN B. L JOHNSON C. A PORTER Juniors P. L. TAWNEY L. N DANIELS P. J. TEELING O. P MARTIN Freshmen C. V SLAMAN G. C. TAYLOR JV. If COVERLX' E. G BIARSHALL 479 A. BURRILL, D. D. S. B. BIOOREHEAD, KI. D., D D S E. BAKER, D. D. S. XI. GIXLLIE, D. D. S. H. X llegio YANN, D. D. S. J. F. THOMSON DAVID JOLLY R. A. KREIIER J. L. JOYCE R. C. AIULIIOLLAND K. C. LUBS F. E. PORNTII L. C. SUTIIERILRIND VY. C. GRIFFIN YY. L. H.XGER G. G. BICKNELL I. U. FRIED J. F. AIOONEY A. C, BIEYER N. G. FROST C. XV. DIXON P. D. SUMMERS J. A. NICKELL Bunk Jfihe ilkuasts ants fllalenhar I I ' - ' 1' 1 -1. ' 1 fr' 1"f HQI1. 1 f.'f1,l'5 'ff7f'figf3Sxf . 1 . ' " . . A 1 1 '31 1 11- - 'I 1- 1' ,1 -' '1 " 11" 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 11' ' 1:1 I A I11.1g 'I - .1 51111108 I 'I '1 ' A' 'I -Q 1 '71 11: -'1',Q:1f'f, 1 1 I I . 1 , -1 1 , 1 . 1 1 1 17 J11151' N I 1 I ' 1, , "1 KL jf- : 1 1 ' I1 . 11 1 '.-'5"",'f z , 1 1 1 1:11 1 1- ' S1 1 1 1 I- 1'-11Ij 1- ' I 1 1 1 1 1 -"'1 1 1 , I .1 I .. 1 1 1 .41 , J L! 1.11 1 1 ' 1 .II 1 1 1 1 1 1 s . I 1 m . V111 1, ,ri V . - X . X . I I 15, . 1 1 I f N I 1 N 1 P' 1 1 1 I 1 1, " -, L 1 3 x , 1 IA -X 4 A 15 'I -X-.I -151 .Q ' x x1 W 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 . 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J yt- 2 l in clizqwtfl by his pathetic neck-stretching f X ANI sketch, entitled, "Moo Cow, lXltm." V KV, . t Z P Pletcher elected lJ1'CSltlL'I'llQ of junior Class. "Verily this is the age Uf1T1lI'L1ClCSH, said the puliticigiri as he broke it tootlipick frtini his ' G1 jf Crtnnlwling t'tmtJl:11i, :intl grinned vziciumsly. I YN X ,f Ft-lv. 17-Seniors still unwintling the talkce-tztllcee pro- X! srrfzt test against final exznns. Soma-liow the pen is not niightier than the Sword hertz 13 Some Popular Plays "Thr CUIHIf7"V Boy"-Wirt Herrick. "Tile Lilllf' Duuz0:0l"-Rnuliel Kegley. :Mg HSTL'U6'l't'Sl' Girl in Pur1is"7Peggy Douglas. "A dzorolfzlt' Soldier''flllesliire-. 953'-1l1?T'i "The ,llfm of the Hour"-Bull Roherts. 'E' ,H "Tile Girl fmm Rl't'fLlfl.Yl'7ClflTfl Swigart. "Tim Flirling PVl'Ill'l'.YSl'fS1'!CC Emmerson. , iflltlllllflll' b'fl0I'l'j'n'I'IllZEl Chzirni. W , AAA-11111,-.lftlffl-lH0lIj'll'Pl Phis and Phi Kups. ff' "ll'0 liilllllf Br 415 B4111'11.v .alll Tllllfilfsvlglllfl Kappa. .iFl7l7lI'.Yll l'1'rg1'1z"-lX'lixriu Cline. 'AI10IIt'.VI7lUUIl T7LIlifl'7lD111lllIlG Groyt-S. Herrick A ' Ctwzlvxxr C'nq11c'lIv' 'fS:ulzi Hzirhairgcr. 'T'ur YOUR Poor on THQ sos-'T,5oFr - 5oFT PEDAL. innv' H' w-L The Lament of Pa Merriiiiaii Fl N Iullllllllll lu ul itil g iam- -- . w - 4- Jgwlnilvxsluhllif ' '--- How VVe Know Them I-lx A 4-7 482 "I sent my john to college- Alzicli, alaclq, nlziclcg I spent 11 thousztntl dollars. Anil get at qiiitrtur-baclc. of Qin in ineueiue Feb Feb. Feb I to 1 C3 Senior class election causes inore excitement than forty-rod lightning at fl Sunday-seliool picnic. Fire tit Delta Oniicron House is the oeezision for feminine slqeemlzidtlle, while student spec! tators give gnllzint assistance. Chietigcfs nthletie umbrella yanked shut. Score: 52 to 33. Professor Bolle is responsible for :L new book on logic. l say, do you happen to liuve ehange for Il tive? Seiler pens letter to Illini in which he hohls up to scorn the blower'l-in-the-can Maroon ' stifis. STUPENDUUS UGUUR- HENGE OBSERVED SIDION LITJIAN SEEN XYITI-I0l"I' HIS SATCHFIL. lk-lieved Now to be Failing Fast.- Student SIIOQIIIIIIIS to Pitiful Sight. Last night about 6:30 at student be- eaine violently wrought up at the speetaele of Simon Litman Crossing the campus without his Satchel. After restoratives had been applied to the terrified student, he treinblingly stated that, in his five years of study here, he had never known Simon to leave behind this little vaiise. "YVhether," ehattered the poor fellow, "Simon's belfry needs a few new joists, or whether-" kind here he sobbed con- YllISlVElY1Hl'llS whole upper story is bug-house, I don't know. 'Tis in- deed a crushing visitation of prov- nleneef' Lines to Harker There is a big lawyer named Harker, Who's tagged as the real head barker, Gf our famed Law School, Where the green law fool is taught how to keep something darker. 483 , K fxX ll 'Q J wif, xsg im :flu R V W3 Lf! Hue FQ, Feb.19 er 'QW .ll .HWEUFJUVQEK Feb. 24-Players' Club becomes stage-struck, and tears loose "Honeymoon". Warnock elected soph president after a terrific scrap. Lester Mztxey stops oil at home on way back from St. Louis, and gets foundered on home grub. And the election only six weeks otl, and political fences to build. Faculty assortment of disappointed authors and actors arouse the bow-wow echoes in the famous opera, "The Rivals". 1911 Illio roast contest rouses whirlwind of pandemonium. Wit howls in Hcrculean hic- coughs uf Hudibrzistic hurricanes. si? figii , E, QGUEZ7 ,- f QHEJ ey Feb. 24 Hippo's Version of a Train Wreck "You sec it was dis wziy. We was mopin' around the coive nbout sixty-live miles per whcn l looked out :mil siiw at stuck of reds on the main. I gave the grand hailin' sign ot dis- tress, :intl notitied thc skillet-head on thc front end. He throwed her into thc brcechin' on two pipes of sczislio1'c,g:LVc here thc secret works, and hcgzin to sound the bugle. Then 1 makes Il high ilivc, :md disappears into the ntinosplicref' Cp. ,s Q 1 Good Idea "Colonel" Gnrvcr, '11,h1is gone to his home in exziins.-News Item. A1 , s h . wi X' W x " 1. X5 ckiil- fl' -18-1 Till the students wished that Gawne Rockford until alter the semester This is a Goner A prof with at cognomen Gawne With his girl stayed till 'most dawn. Next day in his class, He would dream of the lass, WHS gOl'lC. 43315 ll U71 E' C ll.H.Il .DH Hr.Ef EQ? Feb. 27-"Curry us out :intl givc us zi tlsccnt lfuriul' punto-l the Maroon bziskctbull tcrnn ziltcr thc gains. Mar. l-Court. Whitc, Rztlphy Tictje, nnil Ek Ekblilw ritlc tha' willic gout of the Scrilwlwlcrs' Club, and bt-coins literary. Nur. 2-Billy Giigu. who wus blown through ai skylight in thc Chcniistry Builrling rcccntly, is Qtgiiin doing the hungltziilcil strut. 9 Mar. -4Girl politiciziris Wag chinsg fcinininc Clack- lgioxt-s up and canning: intense uxcitcmcnt in XYOITILIHVS Lefiguc election. Ballot-box stuffed to the slotg suifrngt-ttt-s shriek in shrill stziccztto. Mar, .3-Professors Fciirhc. Buglev, Czirnxilmn, and Lincoln chop loose- noni hooks. "Spirit of 1911" ,pg 1 1 f it I fXiCi ?Lf 'S :N 1 ff ,am f kk xi, 1? ,Wig-X 1, f VJ ffiii-ig2?2Zj1 i"-- ixxx Utl5xXxNNbfj:j! l7f'3MQ 1 'i ,f . 1 xi of KSN! 3 721::.i' Q' ft 485 , " DONT You VOTE ' Fog THAQXELDO JCPHN5 5' NOK! l .15 F' L, X X if L21 illillt it Blarch 2 Lightning Squirters, Attention The Elcctriczil Efs are intense. But otherwist-, just common giants Nought happens :it ull. But what wc' maj' call, just ordinary furreni eve-nts. Ach ! Mein Goss Thc-rc is an olil dean we cull Goss Who is, as you gut-ss, thc Chief boss Of dispensing knowledge In Whoa-ls-gorround College. Where Gros-k is not worth C-vc-n Moss i :I l f idlll .ll .lllV1lsll?lHFl r Mar. ti-Phi Beta Kappa pledges announced. Several unheard of students appear, and blink their orbs in the strange surroundings. Mar. S-Band Concert in Auditorium. Did you have a front seat? Mar. 9-Gophers Come out of their hole and pull our basket-hall hopes to tatters. Humgump- tions, to say the least. Mar. 12-Alpha Chi annual revives spirits of some few poor fellows who took the eon exam in Economies 1. Mar. ll-Cosmopolitan Club house tire. Some gimps who gave addlepated assistance evidently had apartments to let in their garrets. E ..O1m'vlUv2 bvggzsd: Ci r-Y gxpmtv N. I , lp - A I QQQVXLQ LPIPSA HOF YQ? H051 rl t s .A . xy pesrxpoo ,,,.xtx va Neat X L25 Xfigfg 'iw X tffye I X, . -. E l 'xl X x , . - ..M. 11-- it, ..,.. March 6 ull- W. s, Overheard in Main Hall During Exam Week "Well, how did you come out? Sa-ay, but that prof of mine is a prune" . . . "Logie? Naw, I'm not takin' it. My major's Dutch." . . . "Say, what do yuh' reckon I did in History 1 exam? One of the questions wuz to draw a map of the Hohenstaufen terri- tory. Well, Bill Prince had it pat, and we all copied it while he held it up.' ',.. "I won- der if that there Miss Harharger would pass ine if I took her to the show. She allus grins when I Come across her as if she wanted to be friendlyf '.,.' 'Now, I ean't go home. Got an exam th' last dayf '...' 'If I Could just tell what was going on in that old geezer's skull-tra-ha!" . , . "Ooooo-Ooooh! Bessywhatchegetonthatexam? Igotit- rightbutI'msurejustsurehewasawatehin'l. . . . , "lf-that-there-prof-would- justflet-mC-get-one- SYVCLlLffLl.ml1lS71lOZZlC4' '...' 'An' when I told his I'd have to give up my place on the team. if he tlunkeiil me, he-just-natur'lly-laughed-Iauglzmi, George, right in my face." 456 -" QQQHH .ll.IllFIlEUEC1lllE3lEfei' ' Mar. 17-lllio election. Albert, will you strike up that good oltl song, 'lYou cannot taste nt lemon, Bert, until you'Ve Cut the rincl"? Gzintfs lectures to ng students on plows and cultivutors. When we were young, 'twns paw who difl the lecturing. Meir. 19-Wrestling Inutch in gyin. Manly Mathers sluys john Gossctt in rt tussle that looks like un zirgunient between ei pair of stilts :Intl ll Ilwur lmrrcl on oscillating trucks. C. H. Armstrong Visits at Homer. In the spring a young H'1ElI'l'S fancy should not go so far froin town. 5-5 IW Jftiff' ax! fx Kit t I Q fcofwrr ' ,Q ,fjfa A 'Q . Q!!! March 19 . WIDE-OPEN MUG A VN H , K 'THROW Yogi? HQEQS vip, 3.5.5 511 AROQIND D M T I T n C Els' :I little sunshine in." i OL A Fratres in Univer- ,TTB Q Fratres in Facultate 1 Sifatev Q Scoiri' CLIC.-UE CITY FORD Orno HENN Ev I .III nit I-lil? 1 ' Lg ' Ex ll'.'5- -mm ll Q How We Know Them 1-I-H B CID -lonxxr FITZGERALD CHAXYLEY PooR CHAWLEY IXIILLS ED RAIXEX' PREP YYHITE CHAWLES WAIINoCK LESLIE BARBER BEN FISHER DITCH BAUER CARL ROI-IRER PAUL L.xL'IIER Fratre in Urbe C. A. IXHLER 487 f 'idlll .ll .HWEHQHFEH Nlar. 224Adelphies and Illiolzis give "Nephew or Uncle" in Morrow Hall. One more method of get- ff- ting our youths and maidens together. - 1 -. ' 1 Mar. 24 Baseball team leaves for Arkrtnsaw. Baseball Qui 1 232 fans waking up every day now from their 'fc N 5ear s silent hibernation. 5 I April 5-City election. Dry season on. Think of the vi l poor guys who have to hire doctors to order I FT' their suds. 1 57 Margaret Trent is treated by motherly visit X' from Maw. X April T-lllini election. Intense excitement in choosing we mt All xlnxw a business manager. Politicians plead with fledim dv. the poeo-voters. Poel-:et books pounded for April 5 plunder. Limericks from the Engineers There are several freshmen so green, Their skulls ure so dense, it would seem, lf they'd under the weight Their heads instigate, They'd fracture the drop-testing machine. The engineers all, are most serious. With math they are almost delirious, The-y've no time for humor, But there is a rumor, Thut some of them get somewhat beerious. "Returning from Danville" .1 TY ,. M 1 '. X f 5 ,xg lteovl 'K ' F xx in BQZWQUSX. -X? s f' ' N4xLa i X 1 1' lf X! f il L+ fr Q, uf Jan n fi Tqmw R 488 rf QQHU .ll .llllilllillgtllilel T 'CP April 9-Theta Dclt house gets afire, but won't burn. Varsity swipes final gosho game from the JY X, . B ', QP' rowers. I xlov vi Scabbard and Blade, and a few big guns, hold 60 Z annual. lj- - April 11-J. P. Wiley gets back from "business" trip to Sullivan. E Q ,Xl Ruth Whittakens folks call around to take Q 'levi-I-"-' Xi. awc-struck looks. -il X M April 13-Methodists washed in the blood of defeat, j 6 to 1. I April 14-Senior memorial committee chosen. Distin- L l Uuished juniors come into their own. 41 , ' Praofessor Flom departs for Minnesota to gawk 1 4 at Runic rocks. it 'QZQEEQEZQQQQEQ4 Cubby Baer and Shorty Brands selected for "T M' fl-"ii-'-1 ,,g',:L'g,, Dope Sheet agents. 'ff-'-K' "'4" April 15-Engineers and other plug-uglies stop monkey- . ing and hold dance. April 9 Cubby Baer and the Cubby Bear and the Bear While hunting in the Rocky Mountains last summer Cubby Baer came upon a big Bear and her Cubby Bear. Now Bear saw Baer just as Baer saw Bear. Cubby Bear didn't see Cubby until later. Baer started to load his gun, but his cartridge box was bareg in the mean- time Bear thought Baer would make a good meal for her and Cubby Bear, and so made bare her purpose by approaching Baer. Baer was defenseless, so proceeded to fight the Bear with his bare hands. Bear started to make Baer bare by grabbing Baer's clothes in her teeth and pulling them off. probably because Bear clidn't want to chew the rag with Baer. Now, Cubby Bear also began to take parts of Cubby Baer without Cubby Baer's permission. Baer couldn't bear the Bear any longer, and likewise Bear couldn't bear Baer any more, and so Baer barely escaped. Some Brilliant Thought, Harry Coach Gill modestly says that if he were running an Illinois training-table for the track team he would have cabbage-tomato salad at every meal, the cabbage to keep the athletes ahead, and the tomato in case ot emergency to be used to calrlz up. Also a Difference in Biceps Regardless of musical critics, there isn't such a great deal of difference in musical tones after all. For instance, from high C to low B, or even from john D. to Leo G. Only a hair's difference, perhaps. Lisping Limericks Dave Kinley, a sawed-off Scotch sonny, Chopped loose a red volume called "Money". A student who read This money-book said: HHey nonny, hey nonny, hey nonny!" The surveyor has no time for fussing, For his work is so awfully rushing. When his lines won't run true, And his angles askew, 'Tis rumored he's tempted to cussing. 489 4125 llll .ll .lllWElE'7lllfVll April 16 April 194 April 21 April 22 April 23- April 26 wait. Heavens bawl, and the Hoosier game has to H U6 99 io jim Ackert and Skee Warnock judge oratorical ,Ne 6385 OuR Q. contest in Atwood village. Nn+00UAT,ON 'f Q x fpll. yt.: x Member ot taculty Players' Club loses beard. 'QQITWSSE K " X The sad thing about it is that no identilica- P0-f1'f'QR,mi ,, f, tion marks were on it. l' Quito '. I Z X Long gathering Aristophanes Clouds burst 1 I harmlessly at last. gg, Xlxx 'J . . X W' ', Paul Meharry entertains Dad from Tolono, ot K lficlgl Tolono Township. Mfg . . . K 3 1 ' ' Philos have annual banquet and wind dispens- FQ ing. No damage reported. :FS Alpha Alpha initiates a selection of sisters into their sisterhood. Adelphic banquet. You can't orate nowadays without feed, you recollect. ,Ji Soccer election. Aw, Great event of course. . A What was it? A April How Uncomplimentary! The C. E. has radiant thoughts Of the days when he'll hit the high spoughtsg But ninety-nine times The job that he finds Will be chainman in laying out loughts. A College Convenience Y . x X MW l A ,Q fgfizff. l i f 'Wi Q i 1 'H ' ff , X . i 6651! E if lf et fl' l'm Cfrxl X Us fn? X , XCR tee . ig Kflfu The Rah-Rah Hair-Cutter Where Did You Say? A serious listic encounter occurred yesterday afternoon when john Henry hit Bill William on the campus. Angcred by taunts Bill then turned and kicked a witness on the impulse of the moment. Hard Luck, Fellows Young lady, clerk in a music store: "What is it you wish?" Captain james Fellows, blushing: "Why, a-ae 'Let Me Call You Sweetheart'." Reports say that he got "Winter". -190 April 27- April 28 April 29 April 30 ll .ll .HWEUQHWEX - Christian Brothers College beats us 9 to 2 in soccer. We have been thinking of a new kind of play to be iiseil in soccer giunesg buck the hall with the hegul. Varsity :intl Muroons tear up thc tlnndelions at Chicago. Phi Kappa Sigma cuts loose with il thundering bingo annual. Fil Z i 'll ' l 153' -. 1 ' vnu.L' V bl HANDLER mf f' J NDWNERQ ou ruin f QAQM SJ. .7 mm.-went., 50900 FZ, x K LTL fmm DEEAFQLEQ Deutsche play, "Kleptoin:miuc'', hat some A o i X gegeingen, nicht wnhrf ' ' Hawkeyes hit Ilcn-pclsturcs with defeat buzzing -9' fl f in their ears. - DXF, 1,1 x-. gif Q an Walter Ainsworth ninkes Hcgiru to Chztnd- -'df Z 'AX lersville, his pgiwterngtl liemlqiizirters. ' A D 4 4 Apr. 30 P1 Phi Annual kicks olcl April out in goorl style. .. Q 'X S . 24 ff? if ' .yffioucllll Qi' x. I ,Hit jixflg f, Cjifig. "Oli, Thu! Bcizzdzfiil Rag"-Ruby Scoggins dress. "Only fl Bind in ll Gildmi Cugv"fSiginzi Chi. "Tootsie Pf'V0.X'l'L1L'.":XgI1L'5 Porter. ,fx "Down by Nic Old .lI:'lI 5ffI'llHI, Il'110r0 I First .lld Yon"-Freshies and Sophs. "Only the Ghost of Your .S'nz1'lc"-lke Dixon. 'L-UI Ulu! I llftllll Is Love"-Sziin Cook. 'ADI-Z'Z.l16 Comedy"-Andrews, Alpha Chi, and Hopkins, Sigma Nu. "ll'earin' of the GrUcn"!Chi Oinegas. "Gay CIIIZHIPIUIIU-IDOC Champion. "Flirting Princess-Ruth Llewellyn. "I'nz Not gill-Vb0I1j'YS Dm1ric"ATrixic Drew. "lVImt Ani I Going to D0 I0 Make Them Low' ills"-Margaret Major. "Sleanzb0at BiIl"fBill Tliatclier. "Oh, You DVIIIIYIIIFVY,-SL1ltO!l, K II. ".lI0i'z'ng Day in JIHIg1l'l0TL'Il'lfPlll Cvanis. "I C'an't Be True so Far Away''-Osborne, A Il, to Red. "lVa1'lirzg ai llze ClI1lVL'1lH':X4llL Bulclwin, IIB KD. 491 2 :I e llll ll Ill! llelfz'-IUFI - ' I I I: U 'N May 1-Union ctinclivlzites coinpix-ss confessions of - zicliicvcinciits intw Countersunk Illini an- QFFQQE Of' noungmnents, nncl cnrlgcl Crnmining-Crowns for crowing, coriiiicopizm Copy. I ' May 3-Pt-to Dwwns, theres an advertised letter for . I" you. G ood luc lc. ,. It ll i 6333? y 'Q 'F - ' 1 - IQUIIII Mgty -l-Union :incl Athletit' Association elections. Why not have the Illini :intl lllio elections today two, :intl get shut uf the wlifsile concern with QMI one set of cops :intl czilqunity howlt-rs? - . Illinois :intl Cliicugw go :after unch ether with iiiihuttmiecl tusks. Nm' 5-Ante pzirriclc. "I cull tziwg wid by cloze Chut we .r .gf t .,l..X' XJ all The vtulsoliiie smell y'1'loiwli hails voil Inv Z5 . 5 D , guuijl. Llc mln". May 1 Why, Frank, How Interesting Softly ns the summer hreezes, Wziftetl gently from the South, Cr une the tintin1il'wi1latiU1is iny zuitonintie inouth. How I love its giclmly gurglce How I love its et-useless flow- How I love to Winfl iny mouth upe 'Ih READY TO Qunr AND OD' ' 'T KKI' llllulllll lllllllllllll F ginfulu I T Qml llll we FEA a.. ew How We Know Them III-K Ii I' TAL ix l lf w ' we lu he-:ir it go. Needs -F, B. Lrmlzlrrf. This Here Poet a Treatment of Calomel and Sarsaparilla U Bone-yard, that peaceful flows, Who can Ah me! Thy thy beauty tell in rhyme? worth no poet knows, O rivulet lofty, sublime! -192 fi? ll lLHlUl5HElllF?'l D 5 11 I2 'N ' May Enmjunioi' caucus interrupted by ilramatie expose NNQ,SBUlW,5 Wm when Chawles Ellison unwinfls hiinself in VW U.g0yq,E., loigfir thunderous tones of accusation. CAL' E2-'Ez 1 May G-Irma Voigt wins second in N. O. L, contest. at f in C Q f Minneapolis. We always llicl think that there was more to her than is to he fountl in 'izzx' PCO ji Q the average ehilvl. K fi May 7 An Agriculturist election Kingsbury and Run- P ' 3 alles decide not to assume the mammoth jj X X responsibility of running the magazine. May 112 judge Harker goes to Murphysboro for some vague reason included in that Convenient 5 ov and blessed word. "husiness". X J-T May 13-Chicago beaten. Even Halley's comet stops NI 7 sparking and celebrates. A ay We Always Did Think That Tommy Would Sometlme Come Into His Own, And S0 He Has. Look At This Iyc ljicago autism' A FAMILY PAPER THAT AIMS T0 BE WHOLESOME CHICAGO. Skl'lllD.1l'. DECEMBER 17 1910, T. A. CLARK Edxlur and Manager Room 3. 271 Wabash Ave. Q YFTQWKWQ A 'talhcwslhotlgel f oath in SX tmllg oxiplwofto - ami Mor - llgenls Warx'i.cA,Qh'1ca90 Courier, '1'.A.QlatXi Room 3-271 Wabash Ave., Chicago lXIay M a y May May HU ,ll .lIlVllEUPlllF3Eef Halley's eoinet so elose that Joe l- Stebbins deelares he ean see it switching its tail to keep the flies 5, I away. If 'V ff Seniors rally around the fine-eut and guzzle the eaper-juiee until their back teeth float on the flowing Hood. 1911 Illio on sale. We were not old enough then to comprehend the great signiheanee of that event, Girls' stunt-show and Dope-Sheet furnish enough exeiteinent for one of our unexeiting. prosaic and thoroughly unpolitieal days. May A Letter from Si Farmer john sat down in his old arm-ehair, And the furrows on his brow Resembled those in his ten-aere lot. Newly traversed hy the plow. The Cause of his woe was a letter long- The post-mark was Champaign, That town whenee all the learned eoine. And those who attain great fame. He gazed at the pages long and hard, With love and joy each sentence scanned: 'Twas written on foolseap, with monogram, In the hold university hand. The longer he read the more puzzled he grew, And finally loud did eall: Come here, Sainanthy, and help ine out, I ean't read Si's letter at all." ii His obedient spouse Came at onee to his Call, And quickly dusted the old arin Chair, "A letter from Sig well now, do tell: What does he say, how's everything there?" Farmer john paused a bit, and then slowly said: "Wal, I really ean't inake out, Though I've read the letter again and again, What the lad is talkin' about." "He says he's awfully fond of Champaign, If he drinks that hot old stuil, We'll eall hiiu hoine iininediately. II eider ain't good enough." "They had a rush the other night- What that was I don't know- But he says he had to elinib a tree. And sing for three hours or so." "Far down below were lots o'ehaps, Who daneed around and said: 'Now keep it up, you're doin' hne', Till Si thought he'd drop dead." -194 s' UH IVHHEHJ :HWEX I I May 19-Maypole brings in the papas and niammas May 20-After seventeen innings Chicago is beaten. May 21 May 23 Co-eds kiss each other in ecstacy, men try frantically to hang their derbies on the moon, while our players just grin. Interscholastic Oratorical Contest is occasion for frantic see-sawing, and hoarse rasps from amateur vocal chords. In track meet we unhinge Purdue about three Interscholastic, frat-pledging, peanuts, etc. -Aeroplane won't Hy, but tries to butt over a tree. It's common now anyhow to see peo- ple go up in the air. .4 ai "6k?s 5 X '- , ,.,.--,tsntzsxv fggffcff .fy Q S .-L.. w' , .,,J An' then he says he rode the goat- What ails him l'd like to know, He'fl never ride the goat at home, Whokl think that he'd change so?" He says they have just loads of fun, And lots and lots of spreadse Wal, now, Samanthy, l'm real glad They have such nice warm beds." He has his hair cut twice a year, tlt's the style down here,' says he. Wal, it saves' him quite a barber's bill, And teaches him economy." They call him-what's that word right Itls-wal, by heck-it's 'Fresh'g I'll break their necks fur teasing him: They think he's green, I guess." "They have a Bone-yard in the town, He says it's rather wet: That's where he doesn't want to go. 'Tis a Joy he's never met." And now he writes a lot of stuff, lt's all like Greek to nie, He says he 'flunked' the other day In French and history." Whatever that is. I do not know: lt can't be nothin' bad, For then he adds, so lovin' like: 'But that is quite the fad'." He's goin' to have a 'lark' tonightg My, they're stylish in that town, A-eatin' birds that sing so fine, While we eat chicken brown." Wal, now he says he'll have to close. Yes, Si's a real good boy, Fur at the end he's written down: 'Three cheers fur lllinois."' -195 BNQ May 20 there? F. Ill. L. D. V. 5. H r' idllll .ll .lllV:lEUE'ilUfF'l- ' , , , ft May 25-jirnniy Garner announces book publication ot NE'-L Vu. his political science lectures. Students in iiugow fgigg his courses are now rcliived of taking any Rwsrfo 'WN more notes. lltilggigffc-X U Pletchcr and Myers to be ticket-agents of Star Sixilifsi X? 11 Lecture Course. gg: May 27-Boilermakers get theirs, so far as baseball is ANGORENB T-lx' concerned. J' V Dr. Bagley honored: delivers commencement address at Mt. Carmel High School. Stu- 1 T pcndous audience applauds Bag to the echo. M I EH June -L-Little Notre Dame sinks claws in Conference, and gives pretty obvious signs of not letting X., K! go her honor-seeking hold. May 27 What Heroes We Are At Home GAIHU BUY IS HUNUREIJ Erich Sclnvnrtze Made Second Lieut. of Infantry nt the University of Illinois. Erich Schwartze, who has been at- tending the University of Illinois for the past two years, has been honored by that institution. He had been a sergeant major of the regiment of Infantry of the University the past year, and on account of his good record has been raised to the rank of second lieutenant. He was recommended to the posi- tion by Commandant Lieutenant Colo- nel E. G. Fechet, U. S. A., retired, and President James, of the University of Illinois. He was appointed by the council of administration. -Cairo Bulletin. FORNIER GILBIAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT HONORED. Arthur Holch was one of the suc- cessful six to be chosen to represent the University of Illinois in the tri- angular debate between Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. There were sixty in the first tryout on Dec. 9. Twenty-four of these were chosen for the second tryout. On Dec. 20 this squad was reduced to 12. These 12 then tried out on Jan. 10 and the six on the team were chosen. First place went to a graduate student, and one who had' been on two former varsity de- bating teams. Second place was awarded to Arthur Holch, who is a sophomore. Vvhen you consider that Arthur was working against graduate students mostly, and that this was his first attempt to compete for a place on a varsity team, we must ad- mit that he made a pretty good show- ing. Arthur will debate against In- diana- at Urbana on March 15. The question is, "Resolved, That each state in the Union should enact laws providing for the compulsory arbitra- tion of labor disputes. -Gilman XVeekly Star. HOME FRODI ILLINOIS. Miss Celia Jordan, XVestern avenue, went out to Lockport yesterday to spend the day with Miss Grace Bacon who is just home from her first year at the University of Illinois. These two girls have been decidedly close friends and as Miss Jordan is as dark and lovely as Miss Bacon is fair and beautiful the girls have always de- manded more than passing attention among all their friends. Miss Bacon is brim full of stories about life at her sorority house where there are twenty girls domiciled and yet they are so congenial and self sacrificing that there was not a single scrap all year round. And they wore each others "duddies" occasionally too. Miss Bacon is expecting her room mate, Miss Witliers, who resides in Lexington, Ill., to spend a portion of August with her. Miss TVithers sings beauti- fully and it is said will study for grand opera at the completion of her university course. -Joliet Daily Republican. ef' Hll .Il .HVUEHQUUEK B Sept. Sept. 20 Sept Sept Sept -Bunch on deck. "Why, thei'e's Eunice" Csmack, smaekl. -Deke house relieved of old clothes. Con- gratulations. Student reads Chuckler and dies of 'grief. Maxey and Baer at bed-side weep silently and sympathetically. Prexy and Tommy ladle out advisory hash to primer boys. Baseball Manager Decker succeeds in sched- i 1 x i a 1 c f1'V, ul n gime v th F rn r C ti Springe plays football with hay fever. Score. 123 to 0. Ag college has largest increase, Fat Twist returns. Butzer has grand opening at gym store. Star, Spear-head, Standard Navy, and other fa- mous brands always in stock. E, .,.-e .F ei ,T I f . fu M e l I I "H X 1 Q ' 3 f 1, i 1 It Jer' , I ' I I f J , , i I" nfl gg! -, F", TL C 1 "---'I' ',:-L, " . Sept. 23 Sample of Scotch Kinley's Lectures in Economics 1 "I wish to call your attention this morning to a recent article of mine which has just come out in the North American Refuse on the subject of "Consternation". tClass begins to clap.J "Pzzst", says the dean, raising his hands, "Shhhhh! All this might make Profes- sor Dewsnup uncomfortable. " 'In fact, I am not sure but that I originated the idea during the time Theodore Roose- velt was in the presidential chair. tSteps in front of the speakt-r's desk, with hands in pockets, and crosses his legs.7 At any rate, it was about the time Cfountain pens buzz hard and fastj that I got a letter signed by joe Cannon, Bob Lafollette, Nels Aldrich, and joe Bailey, offer- ing to start a presidential boom for me. But I told them it wasn't any use. I like to be among you young people." QTakes off his glasses, looks at the co-eds, and smiles.7 "Now, as I was about to say, this policy reminds me of my recent trip to South America, when the United States govermnent, having heard of the national reputation my book, "Money," has made, gave me a free trip. Yes, indeed, it was a great privilege, filled with mammoth responsibilities. We had to take automobile trips about the different cities of the South American countries, and attend several banquets a week. Er-why, I have a map right here tlooks over his glassesD, showing you in a nutshell what great countries these are. lBling- a-ling-a-ling-a-ling-a-ling. goes the bell, and then there is a great scraping of feet, sighs, and a hasty exodusj 497 - ff iw u amino ur-1 - 4 1 1:1 C' l ll 'l Sept. 27kTrimble, after exhaustive campaign, lands po- sition of sergeant-at-arms of the senior class. Sept.2S-New engineering instructors in press notices, , Aw 'f""- ' A but whether they are pipes or lemons the 'l""f7lS'g5.. accounts clidn't say. NX L 5 1, it i Sept.29-Deutsche Verein meets in Uni Hall. janitor f U X calls in police to quell the riot. No casual- , X TP . qx ties reported. fi ! Z' Sept. 30-Pete makes social cull at 509 East Green street xg- 5 5 and incidentally becomes quite familiar with Q at couple of boys. Wm" NL' Oct. 1-Mass-inc-eting in Auditorium shakes birds' Sept, 27 nests out of the dome. Scenes from the First Annual Home-Coming lj eslkme rx Mu fx Oy X K 5 ef-,-.ed Xxx 1 f'l II' 1 A lr :lx O1 V ' " l f Phill , XX 1 I LJ ' lk K Q if , P32 if X f ' i x X ' X ,rf . W ffl rj hr N N J ' M 437 V1 1 AN .,-, I X lll l GK xl' fi y X 'R l I X J U r '22 G W r : If ow ' -W 5.1 W M. 'rut FNMSM I 'Y ,' wtf' sil k ' if X fb f X ..- Jw XXX ,ff of MJ Wm ,Emil S V firm-Q' In ,QLD Has. K 'i K Q ' l el I Q Ar1o1HQR Twist- 'I Nifty, Moustache Meditation T. Howlzinil Guild, thc composer, is ut work on ll new creation, entit ' 1 l from the fold." -198 threculs stray ti le d, "I-lirsute Oct. Oct Oct Oct Oct UU l'1f"1l rrrQHH.H.HWl EI UEJUWA 1-B. Bannister quits Union final Y. M. to pcclille rootcrs' hats. Illinois out docs Millikin in Closc gzxmt' of pro- grussivt' titlille-cle-winks. Registrar Pillisbury hits the timt'-clock for the last timt-. 2-Doc Domlgc rt-lmslit-s Lincoln ncldrcsst-s. lished hy Long. Green nncl Company. Pulm- 3--lunior class politicians holcl anxious :tnil ini- portnnt uzuicus. -L-Delt Kclso buck to look 'rm over. Orders to stroll across Campus uftcr 4 tfcloclc cause littlc- protest. Home-Coming tug clay. It is morc blusst-ml to give than to rccc-ive, but rect-iving is not so haul, oh, what! JJfH11StX' scrainilnlc of iunior Class cnmlitlxitt-s to gt-ti oil' hnnil wagon. S PRAY 'P E R FU HE 'Pen APEQATIDN - : RAND - TAKE 'gm cuomi CHERRLBLOSSOH Jotxg CLUB SEN 'SEN Dafa: 'Pagan nm vgifgnlif ap CR HEEHQE srlih- PROM gn SPESHQI- F' THETA5 DELQHT XD. CRUSH Foneevlvwrovu-D me -yor Fires 1-EIOSIC OLD ROSE iw' J f M ,,,' ,i CRUEWU S2425 fa U K 5 -5' UW! A Aan , A Lon-Ax.j5'f gf, Junuolxfflxv ' I r1ov6 1 THAT we .iff Anijoulirt ,X mc 1 lil Xixx X. If-.Q X T 47. 3 Ehi ii W Y Oct. 3 Pshaw l Why Couldn't I Think of That? Profussor Pninc tin E. E. 57: "ML Arnpt-rc, why do they use nlturnzitxng turrtnt tor running street. t-urs?" Mr. Anipcre fatter much thoughtjz "Why, so thc cars can run both wzus -199 to xl EBU Ill .l.HV'T1 llE:'lllFl e ' Oct. :J-Seiler attempts to commit suicide by eating over-ripe oysters. Hos- pital nurses pull him through. f-109 QE ob- vi J ,N Oct. G-Freshmen meet in Chapel. Mice all Q32-Logva igpg scamper for music rooms. 49'-KT 'Xi X Oct. 7-Delta Gam Nells come back. H Senior Memorial Committee con- Yqqaxvjfi 'M YQ siders placing arch over Green Street. Automobilists heartily en- dorse this form of raised sidewalk. ,J "Exquisite Orpheum bill this week", , say faculty sports. K W X Oct. N-E. Efs have annual feed. Law, L. 2 , ' and A., and Ag students show 7?-i'lf'5 brotherly interest by gustatory co- "iv operation. Oct. 5 What a Conglomeration We Are! Did you ever happen to notice what a variety of junk we have in this great University? Take grub, for instance. We must all Grabbe the Hash, whether we Booze or not. Here we have Bacon, but Bye George, only one Bean. We have Coffey and Ice Waters, a Cobb, but no corn, a Brown Henn, a pair of Drakes, a Graham Bunn, a Crabb on aLittle Schell, Lamb Chipps, and oh, Shucks, some New Hay for the Lyons, and some Bass to Fry after the Week's Danz. Then we have professions till you can't rest. Here is a Buttonmaker, a Carpenter, a Swift Mason, a Wise Cooper, but no coop, a Long Fischer without a rod or sinker, a Piper and Major, a Young Duke, an Abbott, and a Barker. Ah, Fellows, do you actually Gamble and Chase for the Golden Buck, the Nichol, the Farthing, or the Cash itself, and then expect to appreciate one-half the Peck of suggestive names all around you? Don't. you recall that Shakespeare said that there were "Crooks in the Running Brooks, Hermans in Stones, and Goodenough in everything?" You should Mix Hohr, should Hunt Keys to the Lively Hart. Considering the human person itself, we have some of the constituent parts. See the Back, Hand, Arms, Lippes, etc. Ah, the Power, the White Hyde, the Stout Fort of Penn inspiration, the jasper Love for Bloom of the Best in nature-Oh, Shaw, how Poor! CGeorge, will you kindly draw this Corlce? All Wright, here's t.o youlj Perhaps you have a Redhed, but we are not so Lawless as to Light on you for that. Such an act would get our Angarola, Dang it! ln closing, there comes to our Garrett some memorable stanzas from Longfeller: Tell me not in Mourning Summers, Life is Butt an Enger Dean, For the Shobe is Dedrick that Slonnegers, And Shinns are Noth so awful Green. Life is Real, lifc is Bernard, And the Graves are not the Goebelsg Dutt thou art to Dutt and Turners Was not Pogue'n of the Ogles. Gee Whistler, but this is Hardinger Working. Pugh! 500 -f un .H .nruenfala-2 L Oct. S-Drake and Illinois play four-act farce. Spec- tators fall asleep. :intl have to be pried loose 7'-PW-+1-F521 K , Do MT Knew fl-xv-T from the liwleaeher-rosin. wwlkk Tfhg .ina Sorority hostilities cn-l and begin. Pi Phis Y K Qi-qQ,,q5Qk?1Qie were nieang Thetas were Is, A. 'l'.'s. Whole ' MINM ' hunch carrying Qonet-aletl weapons. K . Oct. 12-Florishing H. S. grads' wherezibouts given out. - I - ' ' 1 jig 4 Bachelors without hearthstone Comforts, '- -ox,g take heed and get in out of the rain. 4 1 Oct. I3-Those freshmen proes :ire short and to the X, f-QB point, hut it is a rather bum point. eonsid- Q W ering the opportunity. XJ' A ' --.-?... T 5 I Oet. 14-Freshies :md sophs snort hilariously through sq : a pushlrall game. A B C boys win, and ' raise thunder. Oct 8 i:g'fgSQ57 Q Q vial y Q, N 53 co-ms ffe'4es+f.5. ff,l ff . fe U' 'HTC T13 "9f57esf?i' . ,...h vi W be Q gf . . ,au fe, i'l"v! idwlifilii C' Q cf I y ' -l : Q . K . .XIV bis Q73 -, -N 6 X A X3 5 xl I MPA .gk g!!w1?3- 'l s -51 sQM3 N mist 2 "Q mffi Illini , ,. . -',I 'i Overheard in the Chapel on Registration Day " . . Now, Miss Peach, you have registered here for only seven hours, while the required amount is. as you know, fifteen." , . . "No, I don't want Section C, if I can help myself. Er-I just don't want it, that's all." . . . "Here, have you joined the Hospital Association yet?" tChink, chink. chink.b "I wonder what Trixie Drew is doing behind that prep table. Is she teaching down there now?" . . . "No, I haven't pre- registered, but you see tsrniles winninglyj I know just what I want to take, Doctor Punk." , . . "When my dad went to college here, they had prayers here in the Chapel every day." . . . "Say, there's a swell-looker sittin' over there by the radiator-over there, you dub- look out, she's lookin' this way now." . . . "Well, when I got home, th' old man was layin' for me, but I hluffed him to a stand-still, and made him think that I was the first chop marmalade . . ." Crafty Cyrus There was a young rooster named Willrnore, Who had a great longing for still more He sprung the glad hand. And turned on the sandf And sure enough, in Came a lil' more. !tSinee going to press we have learned that Cyrus did not turn on the sand. It was already running. 501 -,,,.- . , D . - 3 1 1 I 1:1 'I' ll 1 E - , , ,:2f7H1iiQgalsx Q Oct. 1-1-Hobo Band appears on Illinois Field. Uribe- lievers are converted gently but firmly. ?fQ'75+ECj'5g2XQSgs, Lovers ot classical music given rare treat. gf? i , fm ei 29 Home-Coming. Old grads given chance to , spend surplus cash. Trimble circulutes ahlution petition in Eco- nomics 12. Oct. l5e-Illinois pig-skin chasers give Standard Oil boys some food for dejection, while Home- - Coming crowd howls in ecstasy. - ,,i . . . . l l minsn CQ-Mm Oct. l9fFi':inky Scott contributes article to Independ- S ggi' Q',Ll'7i',IQ""" cnt. Buys new necktie. 'german or ggi-tgrx LTNE5 T0 , wneu , . Q A we rw Oct. 204CllLl1l1l,l2ilgIl city council thanks students for T IRZCRRVEEW jggbggiia I not rnzinv town after the ri -snortinfr Chi- ss. DEUQEBTUA gi losatiwif . m is t I cago game. Oct. Qlelllinois loses a Byrfl. DEAN CLARK ENTERS PULITIGS CRANICS XYARD DIACHINE IN ICANICAKEIC. Dippy Burg Discusses .h'kle's Desir- nbility.-Deliglited Denu Desiillell for Delegate. NYe are pleased to note that the life aspirations of Dean Clark are slowly coming to ai head. lPerl1aps for fear of being niisunderstootl, we should say aspiration are being realizetl.l The dean is about to enter upon his long'-clesireil tield of labor, namely, politics. Among the uldern'ianic rec- onimendaiions of the Kankakee De- mocrat prior to the recent election in that city was the following: Tl in A Clirk kl'lONVll'll9X tout Third ward: ioi . s . . Q , ' ll exei' ities throughout the county and higiyl Y' -itry, reconiinenelalile. X017 XVe wish the dean best of success in his new venture, and know that in the last few years he could not have helped GARNERING 21 few political facts. 502 19 PARKER, THE lillllll SAMARITA FEELING-LY INQUIRIES AFTER NURSE'S HEALTH Blessed is He that Remembereth the Sic-kr Masculine Voice tit the telephone: "Hello, is this the Burnham Hospital?" A Nurse: "Yes, who is it. please?" Masculine Voice: "Oh, this is E1 friend of yours." Nurse: "Now l knowg it's Mr. Parker, at the Theta Delt House." Oct. "WHAT'5 THE uSE,oF Moorl- LICTHT wnen THERE gig, one 7 ROUND T0 fffmf I A ef Y 1 71" ii mf f . f i K, I h . 'lc 'I .2771 Z mmmmuilnununeuiuimunm watcone E . 1 i-ili it ell mtili ll a ii - T E 'N K. V xwl .M lj? 'S in . l I A, Z Il How We Know Them IV- A X Q -f ei'-Qui ll utniifli' lim 1 i I2 L' ll 'I ' Oct. 21-Freshmen given 11 hunch to buy their gym pants pretty Shortly. McGorrisk announces candidacy for twelfth Qgvgootil A time. Advertising pays. X-f 'f . 1911 Illio auditing account published. Trim- we ' ble goes homo for visit. R dnmm Q Oct. 22-Fall handicap athletes take hurdles in felt Qffw ,K boots and fur caps. QNX Ax "" Ag annual inakcs heavy demand for houscholrl f GU science stiiflcnts. XXQX Q ,iii 'ff' Bull Roberts hires out as farm hand in Ohio. ltxxxf V X -X 5 V C Will return to school after corn-Sliucking is P ,. ' i ,A 3 over. M ,,, Xl-lf! Uct. 123-Stanley Lyman Pogut- shows Paw around thc inf 1 University. gint 69 Oct, 2-1ASenior hats appear: senior dollars disappear - S 'W Freshmen presidency goes to seed. Oct' 22 College Convemences l 3 pi W fciliiv f ' Q xtxxxvff i Os? fi-5 -:ai 1 , Q Q DX gray I Q15 , ' ECE? F7 ' ' QU lj s fl x 4 1 AQ 1 I X 5 ,A KA 45 X! A :'. Q C P f X ' 5 GD --zen li 1. XU-Q! -Ci l z- ft 'sittin , L . The Rah-Rah Easy-Chair f 1 1 1 'iff Q tt Iwfffqie X 27 Q ,X X X Y 1 fa ,ryffi xi 2 5 in l v QU xg 503 H Mk QQ? 7 1 ii Mtg. ' XXX oo 39 fi P O Z oo -J fr y X P: X--' 5014? 6.--'WA I 5 rs F " . - IXX kpxx l - x' X ivan?-C5 .1 fl The Rah-Rah Combination Pocket-Ixnife Don't Blame You, Dad A junior niuned Arthur McKnapp Wore home his enipurpled new capg His paw at thc station, -Said, "By Thunrleration. Am-I this fcllt-r's own pup?" o in .H .uinisueiuesrf Cf ol . .IW - I i V T- v OD qogX':N5,...? Sgplm lu Z ct. '20-Frats and clubs announce new members. hon F,w'wFLowN ' 5 rg Q i- , , V the treshmcn shine. GEM N3 Fl 2x V , .1 J' ..,,Q x Oct. 26-Chauncey Baldwin rewrites Uld Testament, QI KE-di! 'Jf2,Q!- 'NX and attaches pronouncing vocabulary. XG' Y' Ik , I dbx . . . of if W We Qi, x Phi Beta Kappa offers prize ot tiventyehvc ix fry flint 1 boncs for highest grades. Now polish up Cav IW - ke your specs and dig. 'M f I ,. 'l Oct. 27fPrcpdom to be no more. lhe old cellar was 1? ,my J ti mighty convenient place to start in, 7- eggs although it was zi little primary. 'fu X K -5 ' Q "-'rf f li,fl1s.4.:f,n ' R f Nziprstelq, or words to that etlect, uses bear facts in election. Oct. 27 me at Qin tiff 5 Nl ci fi? Qegiff 11 U FOUND IN Room soq TT cf! up 5 IJUMFUUNDING REVE- LATIUN UNEAHTHED! REYULTIXG SKETCH FOI'XD IN LIBRARY!! Janitor Subs as he Reveals All!!!- I'nheurd-of Conditions Exist!!!! One of the most startling Illio scoops in years took place November 1, when XV. Langhoff, janitor of the Library, broke doivn and confessed that he had found the accompanying picture in the junior lecture room of the Library. "I felt it my duty," sobbed Mr. Lnnghoff, as we pressed his hand in sympathy, "to tell of my discovery, although it is humiliating indeed to admit that this noble building has ever sheltered girls who would knowingly depict such shocking' pictures." At this juncture Mr. Langhoff fainted dead away, but rallied bravely, after a clraught of strawberry pop. "Have you any idea who the artist was?" we asked, trying in vain to hold gushing tears that rolled back the down our cheeks, But Mr. Langhoft mournfully shook his head, and declared that he would reveal no more. Reluctantly we give to the world the pitiful truth. Rexul and remember! , Oct Oct Oct Noy 129-lllio hoard announced. Fine weather having. Boilermakers pounded and hammered 11 to 0 trazzle. 30-Matter won golf championship. "Faire" lllini subscriptions due. Many tlon't what to ditto. 31-Alumni Quaterly pecking at its shell hatch today or tomorrow. l-Registration figures show ll total ot students making tracks around here. Nov. 2AThe Hoosiers are coming, ha-ha, 'rali Nov The Hoosiers are coming, ha-ha, Oh, 3-Dean Clark goes to Chicago "to see BG'l'Ililfl1'tQlI.H SUUTT IJELIVERS RE- MARKABLE ADDRESS TELL? ABOLT ILLINOIS JOLRXA- LISJI. Gives Secret of its Anmzing Succcess. -In Talk before Scoop-Board Edi- torial Association Frank XY. Scott Tells of Iilderlyiug Causes of Illi- nois Snprenmcy. Ladies and Gents: It gives me excruciating pleasure, gents, to be with you today. iTu- niultuous applause, and long continued elappingj I have consented to talk to you today on the subject of "Journalism at Illinois University." 1,-Ipplause.J As you perhaps already opine, we all have the rag-baby swat- ted in the snoot when it comes to good old slap-doodle journalism. uoaughs heartily,J But to return to my subject of jour- nalism at Illinois. I was born, as everybody knows, on November 12, ISTT, at Centralia. XVith such acumen did I pursue my studies at Centralia High School that I could say at gradu- ation What Shakespeare said at the bier of John G. Yvhittier: I thank with brief thanksgiving, XVhatever gods may be That my life lives forever- 'Um, I don't recall the rest just now, but you see my point, I'm sure. CDeaf- ening applause.J But to return to my discussion of Illinois journalism. Scareely had I door at the unsurpassed institution of iw' .U .lllVlEllCllFlD-1 'M to an "' 6 l ' QEQUJW know Will 4,881 'rah. Maw. Sarah 505 fl IWW ,LWQ-,Cai 'frfffitpfk JaL If -Y 11wll'f11L j mnnml Qljllllw -"ia " " " ' W lb sfgdfiblv Nov. 1 stuck my bun inside of a class-room learning and neighbor tlaughsm when I took the lead in journalism. I be- came the guiding spirit of that great pipe-organ, the "Il1ini": and let me tell you, gents, that so eagerly were my editorials read and preserved that ordinary paper stock would not stand the strain, so I issued my editions on reinforced cardboard. I ask you, gents, as man to man, could I have done more for my subscribers? Again I de- mand of you, COULD I have done more? mMighty shouts of no, NO, N021 KYell, my work on the Illini cheered me up, though my profits IVERE so trivial. mlfbeafening applauseh I found time to run the "Il1io," and also wrote autobiographies of Addison, Keats, and Shelley, the last three kings of the House of York. These three auto- biographies were published in 15103, by C. M. Parker 4applauseJ, the famous publisher of Taylorville, and created such a profound interest that the University adopted them as text- lJOOks, Gents, I am not so young as I once was. My life is declining into the "sere and yellow leaf," as the poet Riley said. 1Great storm of applausej But let me return to my subject of "Journalism at Illinois." After my graduation, I edited the Chicago "Tribune" a few years, but resigned because I could not conscientiously run advertisements of the two-bit cigars which I knew were no better than the corn-silk perfectos we as boys used to smoke behind the cow-shed. So I came back to Illinois, 1Ap- plause.l The University offered me the position of professor of rhetoric, but I declined, preferring to begin as an assistant in rhetoric. 4Applause.5 In 1906, then the "Alumni Record" came from the press. my name graced the title page, and- I tell you, gents-" li-It this point the janitor announced that the hall would have to be closed for the night, and Mr. Scott reluc- tantly sat down.J CE? ill. ll.IllV'lEilS:llilFl ' Nov. -I-Opera stars, girlics, and other icc-wagons , sclcctcd. Lowino chosen for broiler. What 'ri 'OZJLSOHNE are his qualifications? I ,El 'K 2:32, Leo starts physical torture. Many sore, no JTYQXHC! matter which way you look :it it. Sore, Ji if X und out of breath. I f X Rt-rl Goo-'lspced returns. joy in Delta Ganinin yd K 7' camp. L, V 1 Nov. 5+Sciler registers some kick in Hoosier gznnc. 6 Nov. 6-Annual issue of Hilllllilllll ilownfzxllu soothes Hoosiers' ruflictl pritlc. Nov. 7-Flossy Bxirrfuilell picked for captain of Luny If College football teuni. ' 4.5. More Union opera curt-horses picket. Did , , , Nov. 4 you try out, IIERRICIQ HAIIXYOOD IS lIAIiING GOOD. Herrick llurivood is getting to the If This Doesn't Fetch 'Em, What Will P Joy Ride Friday Night. Joy ride in automobiles with the young ladies of the First Baptist church, Friday evening, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p. ni. Entire trip in auto, 251'-., including ziniusements and refresh- ments.-adv.-Daily Illini. X 4 1' ll i , 'Q ,f f 'till' X l 0 FRESH I 5oPH 506 front at the University of Illinois at Chanipaign, A copy of the Daily Illini, the spriglitly paper issued by the students, has been received at this office. and in the list of its staff ap- pears the name of our young friend Herrick as local reporter. A news item in the same paper tells us that he has been elected by the Philomatliean literary society as inanager of the Star lecture course for next year. This position is one of considerable re- sponsibility, as it fleyolyes upon liini to secure the yarious attractions in the course and to lizindle the funds of the course. Herrick is ii pushing and pro- gressive young man, and we predict that he will make good. -Carrollton Patriot. will V I gl 7 'Q , , ff i 'KWJUHIOR 5friloR ff e HH .ll .HWEHEWIUVE - f 2-1 CHARGL Nov. S-Cast of Union opera published. Oh, where, fr 'K 'l'l'UTn: oh where is the petticoatfs swish, oh where, ge ,Irion . . E 2' 0 oh where can it bc? A ivyfim 'Eng rx t E Nov. 9-junior Prom tickets on salc. 'Toni Dunn gets i , X new suit.. L 5. A - v ! 4 Nov. 10-Yenscn invents new lightning rod. We always X dl J l t t Fa kl' .d r I' ':t.lc ' 0 thoug it ha V rin in ma e it Jig mis 1 e I ob Q when he didn t take out a patent. M2 l . . . qw' P. B. Lauhcr returns lrom extended visit at X f " - Paris. Good way to go, just to satiate f youth's burning love. Q I Q Illini subscriber swallows cud and calls paper f 'cj i it bogus sheet. The fellow must have been f -Xfxf. ,piss QD out of his mind. Nov. 9 Our Boys in the Home Papers UNAWA YOUNG MAN IS RAPIDLY ADVANGING THE LATEST ACQUISITION OF HEROLD XV. YNDERHILL IS THE GALLOXVAY SCHOLAR- SHIP. l-Ie 1Y0l.l That Honor by his Ready and Fluent Grasp of ull Problems in Mathematics-He is the President of the Virginia Club and is Some- thing of un Athletic too-Many Honors are Being Bestowed upon the sou of C. E. Underhill of this City. The Democrat is pleased to publish this week a letter received from the secretary of the University of Illinois, C. N. Barrett, telling of the late achievements of Herold Underhill, son of Attorney and Mrs. C. E. Underhill of this place. Chainpaign, Ill., January 35, 1911. Editor Onawa XVeekly Democrat, Onawa, Monona County, Iowa. Dear Sir: In consistency with a well formed policy, we tal-ze pleasure in informing you, and we hope your readers, of the achievements of the son of one of your citizens, Mr. C. E. Underhill, The latest acquisition of Herold XVertz Underhill is the Galloway Scholarship, He has won this well deserved honor from a host of competitors through his diligence and perseverance amid trying and dis- couraging situations. He is also Senior Sarfreant Color Bearer in the University cadet corps. He won this coveted honor from nf- teen hundred members of the regi- ment. He plays an important part in D student, in town politics and through his efforts, along with several others succeeded in defeating the Commis- sion Form of Government Question at.a recent election held in Cham- paign. He has been president of the Yignolia Club of Architecture since he has attended the University. He takes an active interest in athletics and recently lowered the record on hurdling by two-fifths of a second. The. loyal "YValking Club" of which he is a member intends in the near future to lower the walking record to Chicago, a distance of a little over a hundred miles. -Onawa XVeelily Democrat. 'Tia YouR Lurrta Butt. fl CUTSIOE l- - J 7 --- ..... '5 - 'Ss R :-fuau tn gn f 1 - - ., , L. How We Know Them v-xo Q Nov. ll I Nov 1" Nov. 13 ff tidlll .II.IIVlEIIQlII1'llb 2 C --Tremendous dazzling at L and A party. Uni- versity bclles galore. Ellison interviewed Xi-lc, , K by representatives of Chicago Tribune, but for some Baer reason the interview to appear in next morning's paper. -Methodists allowctl to rise and go in after handing over 27 points. failed f me I If N Q piece, Burwash wins a couple of cups in cross-country race. Tht-sc Cups are unhrmtlv things. Too big for xt match-safe, and too littlc for a cake-basket. f Thachcr Guild tries to prod amateur into theatrical activity, GIIPER-JUICE HE- SPIINSIBLE FUR ILLINOIS VIIITURY GIIPHERS' HOLE PLUGGED BY LARIOUS DEBATERS. HI- the and Clmwles l'1-urve There with Jlouutuin Dew.-Searle. Z1-luring. XYnlter Quail the Real Goods. that XVas it brains or Pearce's tonic won the Illinois-Minnesota debate? Of course the Orange and Blue tean. had plenty of brains, but why was it that Mister Chawles Pearce, the Illi- nois coach, pressed the button for a bell-hop shortly before the big iight? Of course the men themselves do not know, and Chawles Chester himself is not quite sure of the situation now, It has seeped out, though, from the most exclusive debating circles that last fall when the team went to Minnesota the long trip got the boys' pep. Be fore the whirligig forensic contest. Searle, lYalter, and Zearing had a grouch on in their rooms at the Kaiser- hof. To have the debaters meet the ,rn llCtOTS Nov. 11 Goirliers in that dejec-ted mood would mean sure defeat. Coach Pearce became nervous and hot-footed it up and clown the Cor- ridors until a happy thought struck him. He punched the button, left the room with a servant and soon returned with four little glasses. Now, the boys did not know what this all meantg it didn't look like soda xx ater, ginger ale or a banana-split. No one knew whether it was a high-ball or not, but since it Iwould be naughty for debaters to idrink high-balls, the refreshment un- Idoubtedly was some mineral water. lf it was so, it was the right kind. for immediately afterward, while the team was on the way to the hall, Zeal'- ins' ejaculated. "By golly, fellows. I believe we've got them licked to a frazzlef' "So do I, I feel just boss," icliipped in little Johnny Searle. Poor Chesley XValter, though, was not so optimistic. Coach Pearce had not come out of it yet, either. XVhen the debate began, Zearing and Searle tore into the en- emy's territory with mighty strides: but not until the rebuttal did Chesley get his inspiration. Then his brain began to work like a well-oiled ma- chine. XVith doubly accelerated power, he hurled thunder-bolt after thunder- bolt into the Swedes' camp, and the I debate was won. Then it was that Cllawles Chester got active. XYith a wide tlourish of his arms, and a haw-haw-haw-liar-har, he shouted, "XYhy, boys, they didn't know a damn thing. Let's go back to the Kaiserhof right away." 503 -eg ,t tt! A -Q! Q0 I 'K f. ' A rag ' e 0 sk ,sits e .1 . . .1 iv . . --...'-- "foie- 1 - h e ri u :, s ' . u'Q n 'TWA . ' ': 'L ' G ' 1 , 'E Zi "td L f 5 J 1' '-Jia , X .2 .J K far X"f,ss gk -ie V4 IJ - gf HH .ll t.IlVlEllQlIFlEf- Nov. 14-Fair, nurtltswest winfl, und nothing doing. g2ZIgfef.fQzg. UMR lxorthwcst wind cmnes soughing in from the Sl ALI-ES, Meme Busan! murmuring "Cl1z1mp:1ign News". ' V5-EX Nov. l5fPr0lessor Goebel tells ubnut spirits in German 'Qu' D' I l universities. Town's too dry to lmve them QL. ,JB ll here, Julius. ' ' X Professor Davis in describing the Rocky rg X 0 Mountains ynnks out literary stopper. News- 'T-5 paper stuwlcms tlootletl. X rg 1-,,f Xov. lli-Stebbins unnounces eclipse of the moon, We f'Ef5'i'L?T1'? suggest that next time he tell us thut the Il l worlml is guing to entl. NOV' 15 Scenes from "Maid of the Moon" LEBTER Y XJ FRAILEY N. F iam: it X l V -- N' ,1 y57,41N. fl l DE Srumsr fjl JN X74 W V iam? lg x K f lf K 1 fm ff, !'3?'5f llf 'Q SJ 'S XKx xnxx! Frtmonoon A5 D I r rnshri ' X N ll, l Xifiife f lcv' Kmllwl wwf 'al it if l Q Q ll? A5'Bn.L Z- XA' ,JU vLf9 l g U. yY3 'fmt -Ni 9 , in ima gl l Q if 3X N HKPP Joaom-'I ifjffxx Qzfa:::::4ztJ3iW? 2 Kai V fQ A Xxx QL I wggggls -tix K Mfrs 'f"lt'fEf?'2iM 509 Hll .ll .HWEUWHVJE r Nov. 17-Sale of left-over Illios started. Four K5 , only to be sold to-clay. ladies and geuts. fx, 9 ' 6 Get in line early. A , QNX- N, 14, ' K School IHZLVIHS here. Fusseys gawk. Ped- C 01 lain. agogy, where IS thy sting? Q Nov, IS-Willrnore und Baum return from Boston, Ibktixqnr 1 I and University starts up again. 'E fb?-ijfylfl jfiqkiqg 4' L fi " . - , ' Nov. 19-Seiler's kick is more than the Syracuse E , iam if ' 6 XST, 1 df ' ,X J., brothers can stand. fx? ,gy ., .. i 4- , juniors and seniors rip through a hair 5, 'K Q f f " L ' pulling, coco-hutting scrap of old-fash- ioned football. juniors cop first money. c5QN1OK.," JU NW K' Ed Lyons imports Maw to see him play dems qaimt' Syracuse. Ed always was so thoughtful NQVI lc' - JUN 10 about thc welfare of others. SE-N ICR S College Doesn't Teach Us Imaam. moms 'o Qgr?v71NOL'TEED THAT fgiqii TT HANNAH-NY , X we-I - 4,V PREQI Us-- l - QQ l ff worgg-5? -gr' VVS 4 ,-fi ' rg' CLI' f 55' NW 'fl f s Q f cgi k 79x11 ul i i pf XX. :Q K X l fGl 2-Q' . if Q X - ff: l 5-ffaqfr f 5 I Jr,fiim k , -C -M :YQL X X Qieiviiflb How to Cure this VV0eful How This Poor FelloW's VVind Ever Affliction Gets Through This Horn 510 43194325 HU .ll .UIVUEUFJHQEX Nov.20-All-class team pic-kewl by Shorty Brands. Whole University ngog over thrilling an- fro BABY -GRAD Tr1mD 3, Mus Qi-13 PAPMNOW' ' M' 4 JI" takes opportunity to tickle Pn's hnnncinl gullut, and several mlucnts are coughed up. nouncement. Heated discussion. A Paul MCKG-e's papa rubbers around. Paul ,X 222'x, N - , -X fair., Nov. 21-Doe Dodge breaks uoupling-pin of his veloei- g, Z f fvyyiy pcdc, and takes the count on the pavcirieiit Eval? ,Him bricks. No insurance. f fl AI. H. Forsythe and R. C. jones take clay off Q 1" l fr? and attend freshmen girls hygiene at Wo- L 7X J Dj man's Building. FJ YEAH' R, Kov.1?2-Lilgwrary gets male housekeeper. Hurrah for s'lifll" the rights of man. - Nov. 23-'l'l1ar1ksgix'infg Vacation begins. Many take the NOV. hmt and xacate. 9 College Doesn t Teach Us Come ON CNIHARRY! wi 'TH WATER5 I f' ffl! fam FINE! '- K cy- .gig gy, ' VWQW 'YQ L XA. X fLf!7",,! lpllcfiil X IFE"-I Xl ' 41 l N fbi N X' giffipj 1- X. MX lx fhgwl -.-' ' Fx l l l J 1 , flyfx ff- 3 X +111-wi ' ' 2 X l f f B- f - B I- Lf p itll 5 f' f Q fi V' I ,fb 3 H1711 ff new ' X55 E Wt i ww V. M . RQ 1 Y I X ,VKX l . . , i - - , 5 f i fll l X X X. X -G, X lx--,-4 ff , U ?x ' z xg WI' X J N J . l t ' Rf., J.. msg, i How to Take a Sensible Drink How to Deliver a at the Fountain Proposal 511 Nm . 2'1- iw Thzinksgiving. They guru us this day nur HH .Ii.HVUEUE."f1lH'fFlEfe, ' M451 1,1 unihiily turkey. fmya- C-fb f.i"'3Ai Nm: 128-Tlizinksgiving over. All thankful to get buck. 65' . K ,X Nov. 29--Wlizit :irc you kicking zilmui? Think of the IX W i T sr-niwr societies. 4 XJ X4 I E Russ Camp pays twenty-five cunts for L1 sturh-nt F-RESHMAN I S! Q directory. f STACK, X X Dau. 17uvH1UCIl'S Athletic Assuciutimi has baiiqiict, DEC, 1. K bf D :ind initiates LL few new Iiiscuit-putters, roll- s " ing-pin launchers, :uni flish-pun artists. L Dec. "-Sr-nim' smoker. Pohiicizins tziku nppnrtixiiity JS, rw tickle prospective vwturs. j Q2-J Frushics have Stag Lit Y. KI. C. A. Gents rgmly, Z B K The girls would have in have stagess, :is you zilrefuiy know. Dec. 2 1 9 Lollege Doesn t Teach Us I ' i I SHOULD X REF6-,TS ,jR Line TO TAKE ,TO My r wifi pKOF5'f0m'i -gourfsbw' A Posnrlfw l 3uNmNSf?6f1Tf56- YHPNE MEKWERE Tpxvsifg HERE, bl WITH YOUJ. QSF' U5 1 ' HVF 1' 0 NOV ' T ff, gZrF0fff,-,frfg YNY NVE MEM 5rRoNGf 23,0 mms BN Q VER fUEE'qTED 'Sf NFVE 19 J , N I' , v ' . ' o fmrzesi A ,Wzs A " 417125 ' Q --- , ,1!,,.QffQ, in giwwif is 3 '-1 il! i f I -s i g If v f WW s rerfymlrsfx xx? S r ,fix ' 1 - 1 1 as -i- i If 4715 X' A i 'ilk f ' a f 5 i f W1 Q Lf W' o K - I f I f mi at of ' i ff Us Q-44-L K 9 ii i 51f'7f . f ,:s. 1 ' W'-'iii-'V i lfS'5x'ff'f"a H0.W 'O get .thfough 3 Consultadon How to Make Much of an Impres without Having the Professor Steer , Us against one of His Books sion VVhen VVe Look for a Job 512 I llll .ll .llll Hull? HHH ' - Dec. Z2-Dcbttters go to Miriiicsotzt, and talk jurlges ' ,fr N into ll genial ziiiirinfttiye. Debztters here are ousted hy Cornhuskers in spectaciilzir word-slinging contest. Dec. 3-Faculty reception brings together brains enough to terrify at rhinocerus. Dec. -lfllichigan tclls why she wants no Conference, :incl iiicith-iitully requests Northwestern to stay in her own back yard. Dec. li-Skating-rink talk still keeps cluclc-boxes going, but Crystal Lake remains the only place where at fellow can tumble and crack the ice Cexcept at Class smoke-rsh. Dec, 7-In Athletic Association election Bauer is ap- pointed chief referee for football me-n's poker games in the sniolcing-cars. Or the Latest Thing In Sigma Nu Fusser, calling on town girl Cas clock chirps the half-hour previous to midnightlz "I always like to be up to date." Town Girl Cas she stities a yawnl: "Yes, you certainly are the lzitcst thing out." ff sroe STOP STOP -' ooN'T You DARE TO STOM 1 A FULL. fl3UT' STILL- HOUQEY OPEN Q 2 ' 34 A les een u-. --. I ilv utlh W g, . - 'hifi fm' it QQQQN ' - r - QYFFEW How We Know Them VI-A E A 5 fitter 'li ' i Dec. 6 D00 FULSUM TELL8 HOW T0 CATCH INSEGTS AXOIXTS HIS BEARD XTl'I'H CORN SYRYP. Bugs d0u't Fear the Doctor at ull.-- If no Syrup is nt Hnud. Kiss the Cook.-Ordilmry Curry-Comlm Ised to Release the Bangs.-Cigxlr Smoke lVSPflll as an .XllQStll?tiC. Dr. Folsom has kindly allowed us to print his recipe for catching bugs. YVe gladly print it. as anything eoining from the doetor's masterful mind is of universal interest. "I make use of my whiskers in catching bugs," says the doctor. "As you know, many rare insects are at- tracted by the nest-like appearance of a man's beard, and will eagerly repair thereto in countless thousands. If they should seem a little shy at first, anoint the region slightly with corn syrup, or kiss the cook a few times." 'fAfter the insects are trapped in the meshes of the whiskers, it is a simple matter to lull them into a eoma with cigar smoke, after which they may be easily combed out with an ordinary curry-comb." X 1, ff 'Q'-Qlll .ll .lllfllilllfi-HHH H Dae. S Dee. 9 Dec. 10 -Steve Forbes uneorks new fish story, and Doe Ward vows vengeance. fjunior Prom pulls society to a pinnacle of bliss, and H. C. Gilkerson tells about competitive cow tests before Ag Club. -Profs. Duncan and Robinson publish two thrill- ing books, and hilarious students ight madly for Copies at the Co-Op. Glee Club concert over at last, and press agent rests. Dee. llfAlpha Sigma Phi has informal clinner, which means, gents, a dinner not adhering to set rules nor to the ribs. Dee.-12-Ag College gets a few enrloads of threshers, potato sprouters, oats planters, pumpkin sow- ers and fodder spreatlers. NE-5? tzL.XQyJ',1g ,C J, A f lf , PM 17 T 'Q 1 'Q -' j7i GN L GU liifiii 'wil i lf? Ml, It - Dec. 9 Do not Despair, Walter, 'Twill Be Nicer in Warm Weather fri' 'QQ '3 "She thinks nie an ungallant poke, , l ' ll ell, it isnt so much of at joke , To sweep your paw grandly, 'SHE -rn 'A LP-KE' I For uncovering blandly, Then yank. and still yank at that toquef' A Prune Limerick . A student named Harold Maloons f f i . IW K X as l x09'A'l " 4 fC ll X ft wx x Xf X Possessed a great liking for prunesg The landlndy's glee I Was happy to seep She gave him the ehoiee of her rooms. ,X by tem f f Registration Worries r K Sophoniorezk "Say, Bill, have you ever X gs 5 taken morphine?" K H-T: ----:lm f' Freshman: "Whv, no, who teaches it?" .,. , --f ,Q 2 . . f 'W 1 4 dy-ft X 211.3 Lines to Ye Editor X 4 iid: I hold it truth to hiin who sings, ' ' ' To one clear harp with diverse tones, fvl H X 'E-Z Of Ekblaws self to higher things. That Maxey rose on stepping-stones filti--T Ill 514 HH .ll .HlFllElE5lll?:l -1 -iii? ff ff,-H , . , , , tif Q' Dcu. l3-Christmas Cmnt-rt. Hut with thc Lliristmgis f I Concort prcss ugciit. ln with thc May Fug- N . ,, . , 5 tivzil press IlgCl1l, it hc isnt :llrt-zuly. 'fix Soccer tczim llllSI'l'l sift-lctwl it to tht-m in Yillll, WX us thu sticlczulnlgrxx' twin is to get nit-Q littlt- fsfgj it-rscys, lah-ss their liuurts. pit! i lxllh' l f Dec. l4iRc1l Willmfirt- cliwsm Iritt-mclitwlzmstic iiiuiiugvr. QA!-'TX Bt- Curclul, Cy. lfnivursity gt-tting mouth pursr-il ti, issue 7, ulnriim cull for Czish. Girls' Skating-rink lwuliiuil thc .-Xiulittiriiiiii, A "Dick, Ytiu gn ziriiunil that Side :tml l'll tnlug 4 7'lQl7l"l this one-". Bc czircful now. 'Nara Dec. 13 fx , f' 'Q ' ft 7? a f 40 MASHER 'Aix "' fi?- ,4 B E L I -f" XJ ' ' Ci XX, ,Q y, Louie Paetow 5 7 Bill. . 1, 9 + a r f1Q?ia5Ki Motto: "Down with the little fectf' Ftitzndctl at the Tfnivvrsity of Elupliuritis, 402 B. C Active Chapters, 639, 483, NUT, 402. Fratres in Urbe SELIBI Ht'lRSEX' Fratres in Facultate LOUIE PAETOW G. HUFF CLARENCE NOERENBERG JULY GOEBEL ,lui VVHITE Doc lX'1CINTOSH LEROY LANG HARRY PAUL DYXDIIY ROLFE Fratres in Universitate SLIM BICIQEE CFLLY XYOOLMAN RIATHERS BROTHERS JAKE LANLM COLONEL BURWASH AIILT SFVERIYGHATQS CLYDIE Hl'NTER P.-XDDLE-FOOT KENT HUGHIE TOLMAX Ton DUNN SKEET BLAISDELL 515 f xx P 'ti l Q, 1, lf, Harry Paul r"' fflriii i .HflEH9flHFT1 - P Dec. 15-Girls have Christmas party in Gym and unwind a few dances, Pretty insipid dancing with N71 no mere men tioundering about. izfgifgl' V Wife f . Hans Wagner takes faithful politicians under Sf12'Q.3f?::b'fE'A his wing. Law Dance committee selected. 'AL Txfv X Weiqmggiimbffki iiiifl' 'rvipMr..i ixsbafaxogl' nag ,E Union opera broiler has gout. Pretty bail, but 555-XML 55'5nn-i"'v 'k, '17 not so worse as to have fever blisters on Yifijjgfzillf'-D Sunday evening. ff fi-72Mfgf i FVQ 15 V Q fix,-553,132 H' Tiff Lfrii ' ' --'.-v',' - ,, PT july Goebel, Chauncey Baldwin, and Harry .tgfL5ji, S-ff! i',K,fUSQ 'Pit . . , . H ' 7' 1 'll Paul jones decide to take in bt. Louis, to C' ff f Q attend a meeting of the Modern Language fy Association". Pretty thin material it seems to us. j r Track is iloodeml for skating-rink, but water X doc-sn't freeze. DEC. 15 MILITARY nsnuiiimns HOW of Your REVULUIHMHZE REED I'OPI'LAR f'LOD-HOPPER GOES A FTICR THE BR l STLES. Gets u lh'zuul-New Shine nud Haircut. -C0-lids do not Recognize Him nt all. lt is 11 sad fact that Major Morse's regulations for Hllfl1'El-lllOLlllt, such as 21 clean sliave, a fresh haircut, polished shoes, clean collar. ete., put some of our young men beyond recognition, as is indicated by the following conversa- tion during the course of 21 household science lecture: First Fair Co-ed: "XYho is that good- looking young man in the front seat?" Second Fair Co-ed: "I never saw him before." Third Fair Co-ed: "XVliy, girls, don't you know that Company Cf, First Bat- talion goes through guard-mount to- day? That's Captain Reed in the front seat." Harris Menu Plf2'-Paj7'-Pniif-Alpha Chi Omega. Cu-mfs De'Iig11lfStuhby Decker. Peach Bl0wiPaul Phillips. Razzle-Dazzle-Pi Beta Phi. Darfur Pepper-Prof. Wells. Clzifago Leuzorz-Elmer Baker. .-1ngeI's Dclighl-Erno Pletcher. 5 Campus Loafer: "Bless my soul, if I don't see Peggy Douglas standing there in front of 1 Main Hall every afiernoonf Companion: "Why, of course. Shc's always standing there for someone to take her to Harris and lXIe:iil's. " rro Youre MOTHER 155150 oo You LOVES?" f QQ--:: xg -- E E ' ITlf f . :iT-i Ag- :tgp 5 ,.? TEi3 w5i...if .F'f How We Know Them VI I-A F 16 ff- QuH-LUfmieu521uff2 in M - . ? CLC Dec. 10-Report made that students ilnn t gm tu shows f ,f I yi enough. Oh, get me ai glass of waiter, some- f XM . 6 V Xfsf' body, quick. If . D J K? C J Dec. 16-Business studems get lwiisim-ss un the sinh-. 9 fX l xxgx Commercial Clulm runs ginger l,irc':u'l Stand A at the Y. RI. C. A. Hur-.l cider on tap. I X Tlmclier Guild gives :ulilress before Hermeun E C C .XJ . , . T f' Literury Society. Many out of town people U J I N L- -J 5 w, present. Great crowd turned away. STUUEIWTS J Chemieral smoker. The time, the place, but .inalien- iwt the girl. DU' "' ' 'L' . . . NX ,T ff Dee. 17-Prexy and an lew old pills roll in trom Cliicugu. 5 Y f 43 I 5'-in ,f v?i5S3 chinned clinperone. 'ff ' KX A, 2, Ji T We need 3 faculty Cliupemne. ll good strong- be Cfmfflz, A Ek 9 Dec. 16 Q if 'l , ' MA' lbfII I II I 1 ll Thu' C s e 'If ai 4 N ac 1 C RI S' 5 E'lNl-C . ' A. -vi' C I "Ti'mpe5z' and S1HZ.YlITHFi'4Cl1fl1T11JCilg11 Weather. JUST' WE IIN A "The Commuter"-A Phi Psi. B ' 4?-I, "Deep Pzrrpleue-Ihinior Caps. -E ,i THAT'S Eferhag fIiglzItI"3-Ing Franc-r111ty House. 7- ze uszex 'av -Y u . I V "Gel-Rzklz-Qzzich Ufallirzgford''-Red Willmore. "Girls"-Leo G. Hands Broile-rs. I I IIIII' I I I I I I I "In Search Qf a Sl-IZIIPV''4B11I'lQlOl11'. "Jolly BIZKIICIOIS''fLT1'llVCI'Slt5' Club. IIYAMIII-I "The .llizn Qf Ihe Hour"-Owner of an Slip-on Raincoat. 'X X 'llly Frzehd from DI-.l'fC'H4Cl3l'3 Glzldvs Cronk. Af Q 1, "The N1'gger"-Sigma Chi. i ' H n "Paid in Full"-Illinois 3, Chicago 0. W x ,,vI-..,..- ' "The S8I'i'ClI1li in. ihe House"-A Fraternity Freshman. T T,-YT "The Spezzdtlmff'-Tlie Short-horn. HOW We Know Them 'ATIa'0 .ihzericahsAbroad"-Hipp Jordan and Hans Wagner Vlllig KI "U'ay Down Eos!"-Danville. "The .Ulm Wim Owns Brmzdmlf'-II. II. Starkev. ffl K E. 517 Dec. 13-I'Inpkin's "Stow of the Soil" is Ll source of XX ff profit :lull pleasure, my the advertisers. X I Prnfit and pleasure to Cyril? Pletclier Sings solo :it Trinity church. Chilrl in 1'1L1CTl0i'flC6' is Sczircnl into Spusnis. Physi- cians culled. Plot-:lie-r roleused on huncl. Dec. 19-I-Iowniml Brunson grinning urouiifl. We tl11.1ugl1t we l1:'14il gfittcn rid uf llllll for goml, ljiul here fm he is I'l'l1,AI1liE'j'lIlg nmunml uguin. HELP Q-T Dec. 20-junior caps l'll'1'l'. "Was l L-vcr thut lug Il J . -,, 'Z tool. lk-u. 1212-,Xliwoiit L'Yt'1'VlVJOIlV piking fm' l1u111r: :md Iiwtlic-r. z Ei: . ' , ' Q . .Z Pr-ipur :mil S-tu1'11l1u1'g strip decrepit runaway -' 3 Q liurse on Gouflwiii zivc-nue. Vetcriiizxry sur- gcmi Cullcrl tw rc-Vive the olrl plug. ,.....,.,.-iff . Dec. 20 College Convemences lHAND1N ALL 1.1, Qi? , Ti lwvfw Pao'-wr ' T" x '- '- GGOD BALLYHOO F ,N ,. xg R, ,fp . X . go? A "QfjF"'1:j-5-Ti 3 ,2 1' -' filff A 9 Reroarf .lfllflmlll gmt Asif NZQYJSFNE gvffjf 'A G CST A' i Ei?-AY QL? S: 1 To TRG'ZN:3Lv pRoF fx! ' C V 1212 i T p .'U2ff1lW1-ef!" 'Sef3S""'iTf..TJL Y U25 Q. 5 1 V ff' x HOF To F gm?" :Z A x ifoeeesT'Eirf:f,ZH 12222213 . ' , lin 'L -J-f ITHE SIICFTRESF-5 WILL A eii BAND C Sangre-Es YOU BYFODAY- as - - ' c- nun. ., ...AN h rx- XM J 501-ON kr 3 ' s fr f HC, CDN' NNG T 5 "" Pm 75575 RT If ff J . , To UNDIKSRT xg , X lg-5 5-1 I N ,fi X 9 1 5 1 ifji :T -I I ii j l -' lxfl X- T f ET I If 1 , ' ' V 1 + Q 2- - 1 41125111 ' 'T ' H-efliffim The Sleeve-Yankum Pony The Forwarnograph Hiatemcd by 12' ISHS: fPalem pending by Fritz Bumnoodlel This Child is Certainly Quick to Learn Bimuiy Prul: '-'lin this clurs ymu lizwu 11 gumjl cliaiicc to ilu some 1't'SL'fl1'L'll wcirlc, und ilu-xr-lwy innliu yoiirsvlt tuiiioiisf Wliuiwispwin Milflri-ll Drmfw'S chuii' tippc-fl mm-r l1q1L'lcw:11w.l. 513 CEE? -ff ll .ll .HWEHQHF3 5 --CE? tif? A- HH .U .HlI'1lEUQllff'3Er-' fi? Dec 23-Cogswell twins shine :it Champaign High ,gig ""'v.04 ,fp all School zinnuul. fJ4f"fcUw 'Q H. QW-l Qi 42455 Dec. QS-Henry Buwl-em Wxircl goes to Minneapolis to , ffl" HCV' J- -. ei l deliver his renowned :itlclrc-ss, "Flaws :intl L- K eff-',wQ, , Ticks Common to the Bears." f "X V- .fi N 1 X N ' li 5' Dee. 29-Collection of curious faculty sports doing St. f' X :nl B"- . Louis. Curtain. I G In zgffsso ' 4 -' ui Dec. 230-W. A. McKnight doing Indianapolis during f I A XXOAN the holiduys. , ,gk L . Q. 2 , . . ff Xi it 2' Dec. 31-Varsity lwuslcetbull hve goes to Chicago, und t-X KX NI 1 . is rapped by the Evunston Reils, in ii crisp 1 ' " l practice game. In xl L r V -lun. 1-Frances Simpson, M. L., B. L. S., hot-footing PWS E if it around in Memphis. ..,,-, K, ,gl J . LT AL' 2' Li,.fl jun. 2-Students returning trom "Gods Country" und ' ' paternal firm-sides. Jafl. 2 THE HANG-AROUND CLUB Motto: "'Tis so pleasant to go to College that we just e:1n't quit." Selected Brothers SHORTY l.YEBB BENNY SrR.xL'CH SHORTY R.uLsBixCK Bois RAY IsHY MCDOWELL .lol-ix SELL.-XRDS DUKE SPARKS JUDGE NEwLix Selected Sisters .hiss BICROBIE H.AZEL CRAIG NINA GREsH,nr ADA P.-usLEY SPEC Eiutiausox Consider Poor Fred, and Weep With Him A fusser named Fred B. MeRuddy Went to the Library to study, He gazed at his book, But at slim maidens look Blade everything else seem darn murldy. 519 plan. jan Jan. Jun Inn HllslLllUEHECllllW X Q13 3-School begins zigtiin. New duds until you Czin't see straight. Holiday wedding bell ding-dongs just reach- ing our ears, 1 fi ft' rf Vx' . 4fCoaeh Bezdek of Arkrinsziw and G. Huff wig- fi' it X warg together. ' ll, i ov, 5-Doe Garner repeats lecture in political science "dh to Men's Social Service Club of the First fi f Congregational church. f . GYCosinopolitans burlesque the Hague Confer- I- ence. Bean-pole whaeliing stunt repeated. l 7 ,X,I if! 1, e . Ti-Iunior sinoker. "I need your vote. George, ' , i ' and I'd sure nppreeinte anything you'd do for nie" L tiff Jutfl. p I, .f Jan.7 Basketball game xi ith Inflianti. Hoosiers bite the -lap-L1-lite, "Consider the pristine tiger-lilyg yea its Charming reddish-yellow gilt approacheth even the elzissie carrot witlittl, und our tlaniing crowns reilect the glory of both." Brethren in Shriek Gosho Chapter RED VVILLMORE RED WYORSHAM RED EvANs lNlONTE lX'lONTGOMERY JIM Ariz.-xiao Bizowx RED IQERRIGAN THE HENLEY Riatuiriyes PRO? FRAXIQY SMITH DICK GRAHAM CPledgeJ Thus the World Wags On The College of Science looked gloomily around, and heayed a long-drawn sigh. "Nobody notices nie tiny more," slie reflected bitterly, "since Elmer stopped running the 'lllini'." Announcement of Mandolin Club September 28: "Meeting tonight. Old and new inen be present." Corrected :intl rt-written, the notice should rend: "Meeting tonight. Come and bring the kids." 520 - ll .ll .llFlEllEElllV2E- -iii? jan. 10-Joseph Fels tells how he will repay coin to society. Li Jan. ll-Football players get I sweaters. and Oren , Staples falls through glass door. First ' 5 X robin seen by Casper Bughousc. ' , jan. 12-Girls' mass meeting losen thc joists of Woman's I Hall. Shrill Os-lccc-wow-wows stampcile the 77,7 workmen at Lincoln Hall. 57' . ., . if U Jan. 13-Pi Phi s reinstated. Naxey spends twenty- YA5i eight. days in writing up the aiiair. i GOT AN X Jim. irsaeixiliid ot the ltloonn Ends the boys on earth I SWF-HTEP3' . to be a responsive lot. DiD YOU Shcllbarl-1 Colvin, Alonzo Wells, and Jim Gar- Bti ner discontinue subscriptions to Champaign ' News. Dumb founding mystery curclles the molasses of conjecture. Jan. 11 RELATES EXPERIENCES AT CHAIVIPAIGN Those who know, say the Joliet girls made an ideal showing during the activities of the week-end at the State University down at Champaign. There is every reason to believe that they did, too, for without exception some of the prettiest girls that have been graduated from .Ioliet's High school are now enrolled at Cham- paign. First of all there is Miss Grace Ba- con, who is tall and willowy and who possesses a crowning feature in a wealth of beautiful light hair. Miss Marjorie Shutts is a brunette of de- cidedly opposite type and as fair to gaze upon as Miss Bacon. As all of these girls know how to wear their clothes to good advantage it is always an easy matter for them to appear at their very best. Clothes made only a very little dif- ference on the May Pole and Circus day, however, for one of the girls who attended said, "Just think there were 5,000 spectators at May Pole twin- ing and as the circus came immedi- ately after at the Auditorium 5,000 people endeavored to squeeze them- selves into a building whose seating capacity is limited to '2,500. But, be- lieve me, I got in and had a good seat too, and managed to hold onto my box of fudges, which I ate all myself, for, you see, I lost everybody I ever knew, trying to get a place where I could see everything. It's funny now. but it was rather serious then 'cause I tore my shirtwaist and lost my silver mesh purse, but I got a seat and that made up for all that was found want- lllg, after the performance. It was a lot of fun, too, and I am mighty glad that my sister is a sorority girl and I am going again next year. -Joliet Daily Republican. 521 All Hail Sorority's Power SUHUHITIES ARE WARNEIJ Further Participation of Greek Socie- ties in Athletic Elections At F. of I. is Barred. Champaign, Ill., Nov. 21P.41Special.l- Participation in athletic team elections by senior sororities seeking glory will be a thing of the past at the university of Illinois. Told plainly by such men as Director of Athletic Huff, head coach Arthur Hall. Dean of Men Clark and Prof. G. A. Goodenough that such in- meant future disruption terference members of the organization shield and trident and Phoenix virtually promised to be good. They were dined by Di- rector Huff tonight with only a few other guests. The contretemps over the selection of a 1911 football captain was the immediate cause leading to the dinner. but there were other reasons. Only last spring it is said that Senior Sorority intluence played a powerful part in the election of a track captain. Convinced that their prestige had been seriously injured and realizing tinally that politics had no part in team elec- tions all undergraduates seemed eager to patch things up. As a resul-t is be- lieved there will be an amicable settle- ment of the football team's difficulty. -Bloomington Pantagraph. l Z jan. 17- -lan. lS Ian. 19- klrin. 20- - lll.-All.lllFllzlE1l'3lli Commission government sassing between local papers reaches zenith -Commission government election, and student politicians get jobs. Basketball men hike hopefully for Minnesota. Short course ags given a reception. Well, they deserve some kind of ei receipt for the iilflki Y lil entertainment they have given us. Kyo K -lan. 21-Basketball players generously give Wisconsin V a chance. K 0 . University Club elects ofiicers. No matter 'riiiisg I how hivh u Iou get 'ou alwtt s h ' F'g,Q Lf? i . g pg D ,jy ey awetoput R' X up with politics. - Cf. Huff plays exciting game of pool, and takes Jan- 20 coin. THE GAWKUPPUS CLUB Motto: "Hold up your head like a steer in the corn." Founded in Sudan, Africa, by Catherine Giraffe Active Chapters Unknown Gawkuppus Chapter Founded in 1907 l Gents , li- LEsTER Rl.-XXEY FRITZ BIYMEYER X IK YQ BULL ROBERTS BENNY AIORSE I ix .A xg, IX ' filo I 2 giigf GUY BULLS BILL GENTRY l gf, X Q HICKORX' HAKE PAUL KIRCHER H: mln 'Ein .lm FELLOWS PERRY SXVERN HANs VVAGNER DICK HELBILE Helmle Ladies BYXE GooDiIAN RIARTHA J.-XMISON BIARY BARRY EDIBIY BRANCH Such Is Life "l spend most of my summers," quoth the engineering student, "in doing my reading' "About all I reail in the summer," sighs the ag student, "is the thermometer." 522 outside RW 1.11 .U1I'11EHF1HFl A -1 r1Qi? 1fll'1. 214111 the trnck try-11111 LClL11ZC1'1111SL'1' digs t1511'- Lit 11111. Q3-51111111 Harper :111z1ir1 p1'11rncn:111ir1g in our CO11L'- 1 I' -11111 x11lI1 . 21-A 11111111111-r of stutlents seein to be "1vitI111rr1w- . 251SO11'11'lI'l 11115112 1-xrtms 111-gin. Fnrniers' H4111 of n:1i1s into 1111' fork, 111111 runs 11111 111111 11111111 111111-rs 11111 wztitineg fer 1110 misty revolver 'f' 7111. if . V 1 vi sniokc to 1111rry up 111111 C11-:ir ciwuy. , X in inn 1 ginte n1i11st. AX 'I , X . ,, ,, . . . , . " i l-DWG '-. ' ing . 1111s w1,1r11 w1t111,11'111v is rich in Syn- J- . 11111'11nu11s 111L'1l111l'lgS, such :ts HCll1'l", "expel", I j""'1" "s11s111-n11." IIITL1 "get VQ111' WCl11i1I'l5!, paint-rs." ' J! ' l 1 ,-- : . 1 ' . 1 ..1 Q V W P111111- gt-ts 111101111-1' 11111111112 H1-res to L1 b H1111 uf Farnc for the pwfir 15111 XV1lt'1 11Z1t,1 11 , - LA, ' 1' .: 1'11:1n1:1- 11,1 Crih but 11i1i1r1't, Jan. 25 GHAWNGEY BALDWIN GHAMPIUNS BUSTLES 77 - ,ij p ' I l'l'1llNOX,XLl,Y I'RlCl"ERS I'IXl'I'ILSl0lK 1, If I ,KR'l'll'LE. ll Q 7 IN 11 i ig 1 - Points with l'l'illl' to Dutch Snlld-llzlpgs. - "225ii" --llurls 111-tiauim-0 ut Human Hhsps. 1 . ,1 1. 1 -A ' 'L 1,y' 1 14:11 1'1l11XV1lt,'L'5' 1::Ll1l1XX'11l, 1"1i. 1-.. 11111, V5 It owns nitire hrzinds nf sliriekiiig neck- ' 9 T ,ties and l1o1's1--hlariket NYZl1SfCOil1S 1111111 Nfl "1 any 0111111 1111111 in the f111-111151 again ll fi' Illl'IlS 1.111 the gas 111141 1-unies f111'11'z11'11 '1 with 11 light hustle 1l1,vct1'i11e. L F Slwfilkilli' of t111-- 1P11t1'11, l11l21.NY11L'6'Y Q wiigs his jaw thus: "Now, the 11111141 we-111' s11n11-bags :1111r11t their hips s11 as lu give 111111 fvtcliirig' 111112111 2'l1'r1NPJl1'21l1L'13 when Yiewv11 fiwnn 1,11-liind. Now, I S11lll111'1 sny that the hustles nrt- n 15111111 thing fm' thin nn11 slight 111-111110, .I, 1i11wv1'e1', i'l11l'1l1 Izivm' nt the 1-xt-els1111' 111' 11'1J1'e11-x1'11'1g hustle 2lIPll8l'Ll1L1S." Dean Greene Should Whisker Up The wife of one nf the 11-g1s111t1,1rs 111111 strziyt-1,1 frnni 1111- visiting 111-1eg11ti1,1n. 111111 11115 COI'I1IJ1L't6'1Y 111,1111e11, H1Y11CTU zini 1," she n1111111cd. Enter Dean Greciic. "Let ine ztssist V011 111 1111- 1111111211118 B11i111ing, 111l111L1I'I'l.1 5:1111 the 1111111111 111':1n. A1111 110 111111 su. - Then 111- 1,1Q1111rte1'1. A A I A The grateful 11-gis1:1tor's wife turnc-11 to 111111 111 her trit-11115, 111111 511111: "W1iz1t nice hwy is t11111, f11'13'XX'1lY. 1,111 you s1111p1,1s1'?" .3223 U f ll ll llVlleHC'lll1'l P4313 I I :J K' l ll 'X jan. 526 Trustees decide to ask legislature for a trivial five millions. ff jan. 2SfBoilermakers hammer away until we hand N f X ji, them the palm. ' -1 G. Huff in Chicago arranging baseball dates. , Takes along with him a valise load of ath- 5 I 1 1,1 1' letic jewelry. xg g il' Zi A zfgfjf lgflflf jan. 30-Shorty Fay accepting all kinds of positions f from Peoria fireman to chief of Philadelphia " fpiflyff fire department. 1' Wed l. 'ZZVQ 'iff el - ,", fx 5 Ian. 3leDoc Folsom gives celebrated lecture on mln- N ' sects". Chineh-bugs, snap-beetles, dog- AJ, we W'f29"473f"fl"f f Heas, and other carniyorii discussed in ff scholarly way. ,J-AN. 14, , TRUSTEES oeuoi To"" Feb. l-Faculty women announce "at home" days. ASK LEGWLATURE FOR -fgufliff Fave FIILLIONS. Must do considerable gadding about. these faculty sisters. Laura Jeanne Jabbey's Advice to the Lovelorn Letter No. 1 DEAR Miss JABBEY2 We girls have taken up beauty culture, dear Miss Jabbey, and have not attained good results. We have been sleeping on buttons to produce dimples, but have made them too strong, or something, because they look like sink-holes. Please help us. THE Kirraxs. Oh, you silly girls! If you must dent your physiogs, use buttons from freshman caps. For an unusual chic ettect, wear tassels from your hats, and large two-inch bands of tin-look- ing junk around your hair at the iflI11'1Ct?S. "Ib LIKE TO BE A FRIEND TO YOU " Pathetic, but Plausible I O Professor Dietrich, the noted authority on A - razorbaek hogs, could, it is said, by dieting 'f"' the football team, develop a bunch of kickers. I"g g If Nay, Bill, you would turn out a passel of lf :I 2 rootcrsea sorry lot. with nothing to root for. g 45 H ' ' P! vw- UW E Q 1 ,Y . E34 Ill 5 fi H- Zuni ,g !.,,....- -CF -lp, ilu?- - Z J . Tl fp WE- N wuuuum.-y 111 511 Nui fn How We Know Them IX-A 0 H 524 Feb Feb Feld Feb Feb Feb. 11 gg, . 6' 'RW ll lllmlglilll 'I fi? i 1 III F ll "l Y ' K , 37SOpll Cutillion. Sort of 11 flLl1'1L'll'lg init uf tlie t lb, olfl semester. 5 A . Y. jf , tigEa1rly girriygils suunter :iruiinll zlnil register fur L 2 the sccmnil semester. ' X. ' T-1'Ust-Exinn jubilee. Ulul Ruse grzintwl im- l j inurtzllity. "She Stoops to Cunquer" pw- , - ' ,N grains emne in mighty linnsly fur paper- , If - ' sliiwliiig. Lei? --X . N-hnlicitntmm twin inerelilmts lui' eignie, tinu- 'f Mft , cut, lxutu-rmillc, ginger-larezul :mul pippins 'fi"'i'f"f'fv7 foi'lvii,li,lvn by Council of Ail1ni1iisti':i1ii,1n. . 1l+Rem'g:11iiZ:itiun of Illini. LX1lI'lULlllL'L'IllL'I1l puts en-l to ll host of political worry :mil ineiilifnt- Lilly lmgets hope in Rhetoric slizzrks. gljresiili-nt Taft visits University. 'l'oo many - prexivs :imiiml wuuld spoil our zulininistrxi- live lvrwtli, so William Hffwgml kin-lly me emma? ' f'll l OLD 'M oi.o nose '--" 1 :- ' 1 p fe " W " W i ww ' RR""'+ williflrew. Feb. 7 The Sweetest Words H-X359 JE? --N, .A Q" Sifivw lgalioff in l I - 5 we I .,. 'V --A Con-innk w rr Q li i A If Q P' exi le A9 - - v Si' PN ---QS. ll' Wn.cuHE DRINKS'-'AQE noni 5 N 0 9 'E' i K l'2ElEQ3J 321, af' M61 42 LJ -L A, -, H nf Hemi. Oh, My Head Now the tears are thicker Wliciteyer could he mean? Oli, yes, the poor boy's reading The Illinois Magazine. 525 D 545 H " Ill: X 'U Q I w i I Y 1 9 A .... X' l .1 i Ji? 30 xXd.p' I .s -' FL-ly. Felix. Fulw Full FL-lm Fvli ll .ll .IlfVWlEllEF2llIFlEx 12-Miss Curly Heisenpepper accepts position on Staff of Daily Illini-C1 pupcr that needs help licre at home. 1.3-Bnnfil goes to Springfield to show the Capital iiiliziliiitniits what real classic cymbal slain- ming actually is. 14-St. Valentine-'S Daw. jake Zeitlin :mil Stevi- Sears miike socinlnlc evening cull :at T05 South Third SLrL-ut. 14'ifl,ugisl:itors Come for zinnuzil look nrounrl. Big flrum swntted. 17-Hoosier lmslcetbnll tossers slip one over us. lnquisitivc Cow wucles through the campus, li-nving xi had impression or two. .Xilc-lpliics and Illiolus rip up the floor in "Sho Stoops to Conquer". Nflllinois suliilues Mnroonsg Clnrn Cronlds lint in from row. .ifwm Q-We iw:-if? W S- Twp' 4 I E CRONK ,-ci , X N x X 1 ,X 3 , z K -Q 1 QLAR J 2.3 HE ' l' lllllpfw Feb. 18 The Pi Phis Are Re-instated . fee' D ' BOMBSHELL EXPLUDES K m lllllllllllllllll xliummmm I lN PANWJ-ZNlC CAMP ol L !' Y vi PHI sononiAcK IN FTD ' L 1 F n F W.-injamglgvsep x k 5 fp, iTL1.L.V' . , . g f " . LE ii- i PQQIIIEIAVIWE . L lm' iii K X 'sg 595 Z 'lx' - wi- '- cf -- -L 1-, .51 lg , I 5 , A , it , - -L , I " 3 Willie . fi 'Q 0 X X Heil..- The University Aquarium IVlmIes: G. Huff, G. Goodenough. Sivoralfixlz: Major Morse. Sufker: HQ who smokes. BuIIlzc'ads.' Faculty. Shrzrks: T B Il, fl' B K, H K N, GD K N, etc. Sinners: Fussers. 526 -Q13 ' E ll ll ll' llgllfl' 'lllr-A -T 4 i :I c' l 1 Feb. Qlflnsurrection in Law School. Profs and stu- dents roll up sleeves and get ready to lqitli. f Assault and lvattery rampant. Nov, YVTLJYER HgfERL'l'2x:JgE':vr I h 55 NY E ' Feb. 24-Military ball. No ilowers, no buiterinilk, no 1,3 TAB Vl2::Qol0P'TE' NSU R,fiT?'ii4Pi,Lp,53 hrealdast the next morning. LOQTLQLHN, HEEPEQ feassmes i I U I ,iw H Q5 ff H53 Itch. 20-Comniercial chili sinolqir, Doc Litnian tells RUN J X XAN Nfl live ont.. ' ILLINOIS ,EXE L, ff' Q XATH Q., A. A. track team cant cut the muster. md, X ' Li'xN LET Beateii four points. nMfH-L fjl Q f 7-fu X - . . CCB! LJ X Full. 2xfBaselJ:ill players get outdoors tor the hrst 9 5, -1 X time this year. Ft-lv. QS-Fritz Xyini-yer elected senior president, and - I Y - long suspense is ended. 7 Mar, 1-Alpha Oinieron Pi takes oliticial charge of X X the D. os. i ,I . aff" Mar. 2-eGopher basketball players keeleil over in ' scratuhing match with Illinois. Sliorty iig- nrcil up the score to lie 212 to 112. I "ISYS Jig, Motto: "If you have a derby hat, get it on, get it on." Oiiicers Grand Compressor of Ear Conclies . , , . . IJAVE LoL'TzENHisER Special Instructor in Portly Adjustments , , . CH.-UVLE5 ELLISON Grand Professor of Wind Anchorage .....,.., JAKE INIYERS Affiliated Brothers EVERETT DALBY XP!-TIL HANNA XART SAVAGE ART GEHRIG AL Bi'sNHELL WALT BILHORN XR.-XLPHIE BUNGE WARD TAiT,oR XHERBIAN AIOHR OTTO SEILER STUD THAYER AL POSTEL Hoax IYIOORE GEORGE HIPPARD 'Privileged Wearers of the Yidtlisher. Laura Jeanne Jabbey's Advice to the Lovelorn Letter No. II DE.AXR Miss -IABBEY: I have a very perplexing question to ask you, dear Miss -lahbey-one which has troubled me since last fall. I turned down all the sororities that bid me, saying I could have a better time outside. Now, however, I have grown tired of having one chump after another tagging after me. They take me to dances, and are all so clumsy, except one dear little Betta Taka Pi. What shall I do? Yours perplexedly, PUFFS. Wait for another bid, dearie. 527 ' ii? -f ll .Il .Illl:llElQllFlV r Mar. 3-Ag Roundup is occasion for general rural rus- W- tiefition. M' ROUND-UP ' Y , , lT5 Jesr Qs f lllar. -1-Bzinrl cor1:ert :intl Northwestern swimming SQANDMOU . , meet give decidedly some variety of enter- TH WAY 'ww' 7 to nment. THEM Heflltfz N y ,f f -1 x Mar. N-Annuiil mass-meeting of Woniun's League gives IFHDAVS5 '5 ily I 1 the old Chapel zi lively and Chic appearance i MUSE, J," ,ff , 5 to spectators looking through the windows. PQ fi r I , Kappa Delta Pi installed at Illinois. Pi's dw ,X 5 i i seem to be getting fairly numerous around Mft, A " here, but they'1'e not like mother used to AP M inulce. , 1 ,' il Mar. 10fHoosit-rs come to show us how to delmte und inztke zu pretty good stub :tt it, considering if the weather, ete. l Illinois :imphihians swim :ill uround the Staind- ,sv , ,, an l nrtl on lash. 'j ' lit' l IXIar.11-'Illinois wades through some track meet ut Chieugo, Mar' 3 The Midnight Crew Founded at Jamboree College, 1492 Active Chapters, 1001 Whoopson Chapter Established 1867 7 - Q6 V 1 Clllvtzini Him' JORDAN K ,A First Mate Els ETHERTON X Second Mute TERRY 1'1.-XRMON ' Tlliftl Rlfllt' , Bon IQIRKPATRICK Faculty Representative . , Srnve COLVIN Steve Colvin ' Exalted Bung-Starters SPIKE RICHMOND WYIRT HERRICTK IKE DIXON Roustabouts Always on Deck Wnisr Bt"rZER BIRDIE ACER CLERK Fxsci-IER Special Suds Inspectors -lolz Esriie HANS VVAGNER ED LvoNs PAUL HANNA Superannuated Brothers FR.-XNKY Scorr TOM CLARK Porno VVARD University activities stopped with Il jolt this morning, when it was learned that Rus- sell P. Rottger was seen to enter a barber shop. Excited friends rushed to the scene to try to stop the burbeitous severing of Russell's locks, but all in vain. With white, set lips, Russell waved his friends aside, and without a murmur allowed his precious hirsutc heritage to be consinged to oblivion. Such courage, such dauntless bravery, oh, Absolom, my son, Russell! 523 H' EQUH .Ii .HU'UEU?iHFF3E4 - Mar. 11-Pan-Hell dance perforutes, perezile reps of all previous peanut peach paradise piririacles of feminine functions. Badger basketball boinharders brought to gaff :ind bluflgeoned 21 to IS. 1. P. Wiley prowling uround Decatur. Ag students given chztnce to write prize essuys on plowing with dynamite. Albert, if you will kindly get our hats, we will go now. Mar. 12-lnlnrziry students roll in from six days' rfunble :unong Chicago stacks. P. H. McKee culling, etc., in Decatur. Mar. 13-Military guard mount begins. Many outlets BY HEK IF R- 1 GOTTO HAIR- - cur! I fit: 'T' f' o 1 it I GET A I ,el ' invest in riizors, shoe polish, hair-cuts, new - - . collars, lit-nzine, wart-reniovers, and nziil- clippers. March CCC if ' H' W r X XixXxNo.Q , Milli . i T it X -.Fr l 1 R xi lc B-N Qi xW . THE PAPA CLUB Motto: "Ah, what zi dreary world 'txvould be without the dear kids." Honorary Holder of the Record .. PROF. GOEBEL Grand Exponent of the Double-Deck Trundel- Bed . . . . AIORGAN BROOKS Heralded Busters of the Go-Cart Trust GUY FoRD JERRY BIOSIER ' DAN DODGE PHILO GILBERT BILL BAGLEY STU SHERMAN PETE AD.-DIS GEORGIE ARPS 529 DE SWARTE PREFERS HIGH SGHUUL GIRLIES KVILL NOT TOLERATE NARROXV- NESS OF VIEWYS. Clarence Shows Proper Spirit, All Right. Clarence Gordon DeSwarte, a promis- ing young engineer who will some day, no doubt, have a hearth-stone of his own, is already casting about for a suitable cook. Clarenceis frequent visits amongst Champaign High School circles indicate his broad democratic views. Although a welcome guest at the University's most exclusive so- ciety functions, Clarence wishes it understood that he will not frown on Champaign girlies. The boy is eer- tainly -displaying the right sort of enterprise. DUI! HU .ll .Hlfl Mar. 13-Dutch Mueller goes to Chicago :ind buys an- UE:'llliVjl9-- - other red necktie. Niflf. 1-1-benior committee appointments come to light, gf :ind political fog lifts. YA A5 University wVOl'llZlHiS Club gets lonesome and , R ' invites in fl few gents. ' F 'TZ Mask and Bauble gives ri grunt, rubs its eyes, Z Xl Wwz stretches its underpinning, rips loose its , Tp SURE ccrements, kicks out the coftin glass, and ,GOOD comes to life. ly "' . To Mar. 1.5-Our roast contest uncovers a niinc of new hits. li il , MUH Perhaps you. dear snickering reader, are 1 HE PUT included among the ill-favored few. ,I I HE ON A . . . i COMHlTTE I hflzir. 16-Charley Ogle indignantly denies that he is ,il ' Chester Ogle, the enterprising candidate I B-yt for soph president. ' IQ Mar. 17-Woolston elected basketball captain. Mar. 14 Q fold? vesyfijsges I I x C CLUB Motto: "If you must disagree, go outdoors Ollicers Exalted Chief . , . . Secretary .... . . . X Exalted Brothers VV.-XLT RoMAN , NEIL CoN BROOKS STEVE SEARS ' -IOHN IVIINNICK - L. T. FAIRHALL - Exalted Sisters sn .E.. . V55 . ' FLURENCE HIE.-XDOW'LARli JONES :gg Z LELIA HARIQIS Laura Jeanne labbey's Advice to the Lovelorn. Letter No. III DEAR Miss J.-XBBEYZ Oh, Miss jabbey, I'm so up in the air. To he frank with you, T111 in love with two girls-maybe five-and I know they all adore THQ, but I c1lii't decide which to take. They are all just the dearest girliesg sometimes I am almost ready to kiss one, when a gentle knocking :it my hcurt says, "No, Handsome, you want me, not her." Please advise me. HANDsoME HEINE. ' Don't let the girls string you. my dear Handsome, or play with your uttcctions. Remember that it is better to serve :ls at dance ticket than :is :i mciil ticket. Get me? 530 ESSENCE OF ACQUIESCENCE Wutchwords: ''Yes-uh-huh-that's just it-just my views exactlyf Cbassj, go outdoors." PROF. D.-XNIELS ECONOXHCS THOMPSON OLLIE H,XRKER JACK ToxsLEs AL NEXVINS HOLLY H.ARE 92 'ig 0, P AT' BUSWES . STUDE snorxcrg ...L B li' TowLES Doc Towles E? llll.Il. M72 Q-1 ff-11 i lmllc Illlv 1 til? Mar. 17-Alplizi Chi :intl Kzippzt ztnnuzils bring in st-vt-rzil old Social lions of slim :Igcs almost forgottcii iii Illtt llutbtl uf YULIYS. Varsity tliiclcs f1'L'!4-lllllt'I1 in spliisliiiig swiniming meet. Litclics Imcciipy lnix suits. Stipt-rlyly IUt1SCll3tl swiinnit-rs strut czirtflcssly :Irounil the seething pool. Thrilling Illio t-lt-t-tion tlirt-iitt-ns tu turn Uni- versity trttiiqiiilitit-s tip-sitlu-Iliwwii. wht-n AW, ww aer Em OVERA DINKY 'TED lLLl0 memo warm MY ,, , if , f E E -WQWIQXXXXX fix 2, fx EQ? . 5 , lk, NN .1 A A A UA' Z' Lf A I 52 2,24 v Slwlj N S Q V life-I if , QED Noel Ice freezes over Ben Fisher. ff MrIr.1S-Union Bzinqnet tills :I long :Intl liungry-ft-lt want. lg Military Bftflil L-ntls st-:Ison in lmlnre uf Wzilker E-M Opera House touts, ZX Chi Oniegns :Ill pike I'-IT for Uztiiville, Q23 March 17 ritxsgg ftf g gen' ! N, 4 ill " tiff, Qi? Motto: "Yen, will I dwell in :I soft shirt forever." Brothers in City -f WEARI' XYILLIE ME.xxDERIxG KIIKE it 7 -f I ef l J ff Brothers In Faculty "' 71 Xl WAT FoLsmI LEO GREGORY Hua 9 H.-XRRX' GILI. DEAX ARKLE CI-IAWLES KELLEH' GILI. v Brothers in University PAUL GIIIBS CUB BAER INIOLLY RICKEE STUBBI' POND RED XYORSH.-XM VVHIST BL'I'zER XRED IXILRPIIY XHonored Wenrers of the Gray klerfey 531 T031 DUNN LESTER WAXEI' CARLETON THIMBLI2 XANANIAS LITTLETON GENE HILLlI.XN C. CICERO TWIST fr '?HIl .Il .UVUEHQIHFQ H - THIS ILl.xNl 'rfwe-'TEE ELECTION IS 0 - , ' Mar. -0 Brewers bustle in, prepared to butcher our TH, HOST EMWIN THING WE STRULK ball bumpers, It doesn't matter now, who D f IN mv I5 YEARE EXPEHIUNSS As Penpesswwai made Milwaukee famous, or what, either, z' ELEWQNEER' come to think of it. 0 1 5-fl -e'f,,f,,, . . A . . 7 ' K f. f Billy Kempf describes beautiful University ,HN X ,- sights to dumbafouncled dad. m 61, . 9' -Q ' . -1 ' R. R, Thomas chosen to run the baseball ,, ,.3:xllf"""' 2,5 I , an x NSYK ' plunkers. ilillllll lu.-K - ,izfii an E lie f H foxes f- 'XIar. 23-Another political bunch, this time under Ray fi! ! 1 x k Warnock's parasol, holds caucus in Main '1, l 6 1 l a Hall. Campaign plans outlinedg stump .W 7 speeches provided for. L "Q N 1 llllllmllllllllllllll l jp Yr - r ' X Illini trustee election is unique happening-the i YL 4 f' -I Qnosure of all neighboring, eyes, but when ,-,-f- -- fe i you get to the cynosure, there's nothing doing. May 23 Q r-'25 f 1' I Q 3 Q22 W - gf? Wim NK 5 ? QL N 'L EDQQ. L MARCELLE WAVE CLUB p, . Q W sri-4 J Motto: 1'Kink, kink, kink-on my old bun, oh, me!" 1 i 72, wl -J 7 1 ff 'J Honorary Member auzlllffd' CURLY HEISENPFLIPPER ':- 1 Chief Apostles of the Wavy Locks 5' 9 Xoxxxxvx S Louis RL'SSELL T. EDYVIN LYONS - Q0 Q FR.-XNKIE STOUT Doc CHAMPION I x f SQ Xxx XXX ,ull Possessors of the Fluffy Tresses EARL BRADSHER THE RINER GIRLIES 357' ETTY LANTZ IZAAK VVALTON ' by Rox' LANGDON ERNY PLETCHER Mfg- jass MCROBIE Pledges H 'i an AIARTHY KYLE VERNA BROWN Earl Lockjaw Bradsher 532 Ill .ll .lllrllillillfflbe - Mar. 25-Brewers chased to the benches by Illinois ball-swatters, Mar. 27-Second Illini election the big noise of the year. Mar. 28-Second Musk :ind Bubble tryout uncovers great array of talent. lXI:1r.29-If it doesn't stop raining pretty soon we will need to change our baseball aggre- gation into it swinnning team. Mar. 31-nl. E. Etherton goes to Danville on "lmusiness". April 1-Why, you clitln't get fooled today too, did you? Girls have serpentine dance in the Armory, kiek over the gun-racks, and hurl the janitor through the window. oToR CLUB ' y it ,- - - - - A u ' E ,X vi ta, fs it " r E , 1 ' K if W , 4 X E - ,935 - Y' , ,- 1 flfqluv- I ' X H i, . - 4 3 . K J L,..:r-' vf HEQHH Motto: "lt we hayen't got the ears, we've at least got the names." Faculty Speed Fiends lHistoryJ FORD CCheinistryJ RIITCHELL tHistoryJ BRUSH lPublie-Spezikingp PEARCE lPubliQ-Speakingj H.XLLID.-Xl' L. Representatives of the Fair Sex lAx1x'5 OYERIAND 4K A191 KMAUDB Moox KA AJ rI.EN.1.J ll.-XXXYELL IA O Ill QGLADYSJ STEVENS lA X Q1 rCH.xRLorrEl BAKER lA X Q3 KIXIABELQ H.XINI2S YA X Q9 Representatives of the Unfair Sex lG. Hy Co1.E "30" tj. O.J lxl.-XTI-IEWSON fl.. 0.6 POPE lR. NJ jixcksox lR. R.J Tnoxiixs QG. AJ RENARD Boarding House Menu Breakfast Fried Potatoes, a la Poker Chips Shretlfled Corn4Cobs Hash, it ln junk Pile Self-Cranking Prunes Coffee Tooth-Picks Lunch Potatoes, at la Spalding Brothers 5 Newfoundland Sausage Rice Pudding, with Rebuilt Rnisins Cocoa, a la Slippery Elin Teri H20 Dinner Limburger Cheese, an la Cubanola Glide Beans, a la Gravel-Train Butter, n la Castor-Oil leefCreznn Cones Granger Twist Noodles 533 rr QQHH .Il .UV'lEHilHVl, Our Swan Song The hen stood on the river's brink And gave her college cry, Until a frog in pained surprise Politely asked her why. She said, "Kind sir, you see that duck Out there upon the water? Well, that's a Winning college crew, And l'm her Alma Mater." flu Renoir 534 1 .1 -f ' llll .ll .HWEHQIHFQEXE ADVERTISEMENTS We extend to our advertisers assurance of our hearty apprecia- tion for the liberal support they have given in making the Illio a success. We trust all Illini will favor our advertisers With the patronage they so richly deserve. 3 l in Zlnhex tu ALUMNI Page Alumni Business Directory .... , ,. 585 BAKERIES Kyle., . ....,......, . 575 BANKS Citizens State Bank .....,. 557 BARBERS Kandy. ,... 577 BEAUTY PARLORS Marinello, ,,,... .,.., . . ..., 566 BILLIARDS AND BOWLING Elks ...,,.,., . . , ,,.. . . , 580 Illinois .. . , ,. . . , . .. 581 CHEMICALS Dearborn Drug and Chemical Co Chicago, .. ,,., ,,., , , . 541 CIGARS lXIathcny, Frank E . .,., , 573 McDonnell. KI. M. , , , . 552 CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS Brooks Bros., New York., . , 574 Danner, L. A., Springfield. 547 Douglas, John W., Chicago . 560 Flat Iron . 577 Gulick ...,,.., 562 Kaufman and CO.. 560 Kuhn, Jos. and Cu 5-11 Lawler. . , . , 556 Luck, Geo, W., Chicago ...,,,..,.. 561 Mills, Schneck, Powers, St. Louis 539 Smucker, Harry G., Chicago . 555 Stern Bros ,.,... . . , . , 556 The Liberty Co 583 Zoinbro, R. E , , .,.. , 572 COAL DEALERS Harris, Chester A. and Co. ., 543 Mueller, Chas. E ....,,.. . . 579 Paisley ansl Shivcly Co , 543 IY1'Lg1'1e1' Coal Co. . , , , . . . 564 I lmw a good Wuxmz for not forg 5 HHH .H .HV:1lzUE:3llIE'We Qhhertisers CONFECTIONERY Page Bradley. ...................,.. . . Frat ,........,,......., . Harris Ice Cream Co .... . Harris and Mead ..,.., . McCormick ......,...,....... DECORATORS Bacon Bros ,............,.......... DRAWING MATERIALS Dietzgen Co., Chicago and St. Louis .... Keutfel and Esser Co., Chicago .... Lufkin Rule Co., Saginaw, Micl'1..,. DRUGGISTS Spaulding and Quirk .,..,.. Swannell, H. and Son .,,,....... ,. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Caldwell Electric Shop ,......,...,. FLORISTS Franks and Son. , . . . . Johnson, Gus.. .,.,.... . . , FURNITURE Lawrence, G. W .,,..,. ,. .. Mittendorf and Kilcr... . , . Percival and Moorcheacl. Walker and lXIullikQn ,....,.. GARAGES Cha1npaign'Peoria Motor Co ., Herrick and Stolty.. ...... . . , , . Illinois Motor Car Sales Co... . ., Rising, Babb and Co ...,.. .... Twin City Motor Co.. ..,,..,... GLOVE EMPORIUM Johnson, Lottie H ...,........... GROCERIES Hegenbart and Dickerson ........,. Hitchcock, Hill and Co., Chicago.. lXIurphey, W. F ....,..,.. ..,,..., Motzler and Schafer Co., Nelson and Sons ........ etting my Trig.-E. R. IXIATH. 576 558 568 57S 574 553 575 566 556 567 552 540 565 571 552 507 505 584 545 575 543 564 552 540 574 546 582 579 583 -fr 7123111 .ll .lll:llEll?llI7?9- HARDWARE AND PLUMBING PHOTOGRAPHERS Page Derrough and Co .,.,,.....,.,.. . 556 Johnson Bros .......,,....,.,,.,.... . 580 Reliable Plumbing and Heating Co.... 573 Trevett, T. H .,,,.,..,.,,,,...,....,,. 567 HARNESS Witt, C. F .....,. .,,. ,,.., 5 7 9 HOTELS Auditorium, Chicago ..,.,. . . 574 Beardsley. ........... . 544 Marquette, St. Louis. .,........... . , . 554 INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Harris-Stipes Realty Co. .,..,.. ,.,. . 545 Smedley, F. R ,,,...., .,... . . 580 JEWELERS Bowman, Ray L ,...,...,... 543 Smith, John O .... 568 Wuesteman.. ...,,. . ,...... . . 558 LAUNDRIES Champaign Steam .,.,.,. . . . 553 Empire Steam ...,,.,. . 533 IVIOdel .,.... , . , . . 534 Soft Water ,,... 564 Urbana Steam. . .,.,., ,...,. ,.... 5 4 5 LIVERY AND TRANSFER Chester Transfer Co ..,. . ..,. 532 Shobe, O. E.. ,...,.., . ,..., ... ... 583 MANUFACTURERS Besly, Chas. H. and Co., Chicago.. .. 582 Burr, E. M ..... .. . ,,.... .. .,.. . 552 Chicago Portland Cement Co., Chicago. 562 Evens and Howard Fire Brick Co., St. Louis. ....,..,..,.........,. .,.. 5 66 Green Engineering Co., Chicago .... .. 5-15 Harris, Samuel and Co., Chicago ...... 566 Hooven, Owens, Reutschler Co., Hamil- ton, Ohio .......,...........,.... ,. 550 Independent Harvester Co., Plano, Ill. 581 Lunkenheimer Co., Cincinnati, Ohio... 560 Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co., New Bedford, Mass. ........,....... 576 MILLINERY McWilliams and Glenn ..,.,, . 558 MUSIC Eggleston .... ..,.......... . . . 550 5 Abernathy. . . . Hall ...,, Howard. , . . , . Renne... . . . . Strauch. . ..,.....,.........,..... . . . PRESSING AND CLEANING Page . 570 . 034 576 565 578 Paris Dying and Cleaning Co... ..... 584 Soutler, L.B... .. ,... . 571 Woodie's Place.. ...... ..,.... ..,.... 5 . 58 PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS AND ENGRAVERS Buxton and Skinner, St. Louis .,.. .,.,, 54S Indianapolis Engraving and Electro- typing Co.. Indianapolis. Ind.. .,...., 549 Miles, W. D .... . . . . . ,,,,. , ,... 554 Munhall, W. H... . . ... . ........ 568 lX'Ierriam, G. and C. Co., Springfield, Mass.. ,....,.......... National Engraving Co ....,,.... .. RESTAURANTS Bryan and Son.. ....,.... . . Cave.. .,.,, . . . . . College Hall Martens.. . .. Tite Xl ads. .. . .. ... .. RAILROADS Big Four.. ......,. . .. . Illinois Central.. . . .. Illinois Traction System. ... ..... . . . SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Brown's Business School. . .... , . U. of I. College of Metliciiic, Chicago. . 571 551 . 579 . 573 550 580 564 557 551 542 . 553 572 U. of I. College of Pharmacy, Chicago.. 544 SHOE REPAIRING Ketterer, Barney. ..................... 573 STATIONERS AND BOOKS C o-Op. . . ....,. . . ............. 559 Lloyde's. . .... . . . . ............ 562 TENNIS RACKETS Horsman, E. I. Co., New York ......... THEATRE S Varsity .... .....,............ .... UNIFORMS 567 568 Charlottesville Woolen Mills, Char- lottesville, I a ......,.. .,,.... ...... 540 -' w,-'-L'+'Q-Lg " 6 r? .iq L 2 'K , ' xvwl' f- V, ff, ,my-eg 5 rf ,- J -u 44. 'is 1 I , il 3' I 5 21' Qu W A f w V V 11 , H J, 111: , -f 4 M 11 M ,yr If - ' X -N I: . I fi J , fl? ' :U - 1, . ' Mr W' r- Y. ,, 1 f A . -,, 'gw ' Ya :'--- .' ...:-- 14 AN. '-1 X . ., .V P. u -,x . JV. N, -X f 1 2 -A V1- w 1 1 . I i 36 , +. Q3 llll .Il .lllilElQlVlE- Q2 Mills-Schneck-Powers Tailoring Company, St. Louis, Mo. Are ready to, submit samples of woolens any season of the year. Llbsfssfarrsjs iii! CHU amd short' our line of College Clothesi 331123 My hifggburlif finest of materials and guarantee to give the best workmanship and lit. Try us MILLS-SCHNECK-POWERS Saint Louis' Leading Tailors O I I I I I Slll1,fC'.7CEClLE Mo T 3 HR 539 L. i4f3Hll..llalllElll-E'llElllFlE-Q Caldwell Electric Shop CALDWELL BUILDING Main and Neil Sts. l I Artistic designs in table lamp fixtures. All the newest electrical appliances. VVe make exclusive designs for lighting fixtures for your house. May We Serve You ? Glove Emporium OPPOSITE QEAST OFJ BEARDSLEY HOTEL GLOVES, HOSIERY AND NEGKVVEAR A Specially Gloves, All Colors, Styles and Lengths, 25 to 55.00 a pair "Every pair fried by an expert" harlottesville Woolen Mills CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA Manufacturers of HIGH-I GRADE UNIFORM CLOTH FOR ARMY, NAVY, LETTER CARRIER, POLICE AND RAILROAD PURPOSES And the Largest Assortment and BEST QUALITY OF CADET GRAYS Including those used at the U. S. Military Academy at VVest Point and other leading Military Schools of the Country. Prescribed and Used by the Cadets of University of Illinois Dun! vim firm' with wir uziffhl f'r1'v11Ie11 -IISYIDOI' ZIZITLIN. HH .U IHfilEHEE"JHr'FlEPR1 x ,.4,W fl! 7 pf 7 it W A. W 'ff I Ji rs ttt -,.- X , fir! 3 5 3 5 2 Z Er.. 3- 33 2 fu! 1 5 in u :Q I 'I' 24 'Z SQ E hmxgg ' CUMMUDIUUS CLUTHES STURE Every department contains the most X CENTRAL ILLINOIS' MOST S To Automobile Owners ll ll I Dearborn Automobile Oils are of the highest quality and vastly superior to other oils for this purpose on the market. Fort Putnam Auto Oil for Gasoline llflachines, and Fort Douglas XXX Special for Steamers, are being used by hundreds of automobile owners, with perfect satisfaction. Dearborn Dru' E? Chemical W orles MCCORMICK BUILDING, CHICAGO Ol ll I I .-SA AH LOLTZENHI ER 41 ff ' Hll .llc .lllmillmllllbe Q2 llinois raction System I IVICKINLEY LINES 1 Hourly service between Urbana, Champaign, Danville, Decatur, Bloomington, Peoria, Springfield and St. Louis. 4 sh,-,,,,4 XD Jglw-J. A M H CHICAG l ln csmu L sag-,:jg,3'i,,"' Sv --EJ ii i U uw I .......... A utomatzc l GA W mm. . I Eigfo' Express l ?..fE1 ,NQQEQQ . + . E!eCf7'lC W. GW' Un umgvfmr nn vlur Sgfyzge at ..,..,.,. . ' "L -' I Block sit w i' My gvthf e Frezglzt -- 4 1 p. . , f' A P Imaam , Z :I I b . ,M mm.. Signals '- mum ' OJNILISBMD m..r.... Rates A 4 SYAUE? 'f,,,' , '- . ..... H, X j N . F 'S wmwlm 'um' -mu lLLINOI RACTION ST.l.0UISi- 1 ,mmwls .fw..i.. 4 ll Fast Limited Trains to all points. IL Sleeping Cars between Peoria, Springfield and St. Louis. "The Road of Good Service" Gt I I t I dliflll.-I'IARRY KERKER, 4 Paisley 85 Shively llll .ll .lmilflllflee fill? STORAGE Coal and Feed The Finest Place to Store Furniture in the Twin Cities 2000 Lbs. Coalfor a Ton Hay, Straw and Feed Wholesale and Retail Prices Right. ll'e Solifit Your Business Square and Honorable Treatment Watch Repairing ---and?- Jewelry Trade Are the Two Things We Concien- tiously Solicit We anticipate and appreciate your trade by ollering you a class ol goods in watches, diamonds, jewelry, pottery, etc., that cannot he excelled, even by city jewelers. We make every price reasonable and the same to you all. Give us your tradeg then tell your friends. Don't forget you get a square deal each time when it comes to watch and jewelry repairing. COLLEGE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY Ray L. Bowman 16-18 S. MARKET ST. THE GIFT STORE Phone: Walker Opera House, ,r,.,t.,1216 CHAMPAIGN, lLL. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. THONIAS::NIARNlON::CASE AUTONKOBILES RQL5 Garage Supplies Livery X Repairs lllinoi M0t0r Car Sales Co. 206 E. Main St. CB0th Phonesl URBANA, ILL. Be not so raise in Ilzfne own eyes.-HOBSON. lLL's, 543 Sill .Il .IIIWEIEIIIFCQEP - HOTEL BEARDSLEY SI SI " 1 ,.,, .-'f Fm v. ' r:,., 5' 2'--.us E sf -P . ll F1 ' A"" ,. ' I e J-' t I T Q i EL ..'..:Iae5- 'i. 'EW?25'i9 I :fi I 'J' ' ' iraqi' ----- fe. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BANQUETS Both Phones COR. NEIL AND HILL Srs. CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS THE SCHOOL OF PHARMACY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CChicago College of Pharmacyj Offers the technical training necessary for the successful practice of Pharmacy. Courses leading to the degree of Graduate in Phar- macy and of Pharmaceutical Chemist. The fifty-second annual session begins Sep- tember I9th, I9II. For announcement or other information address W. B. DAY, Actuary Michigan Boulevard and Twelfth Street Chicago, Illinois 44 423 llll .ll .lllVWlEllQlllH9i Green Chain Grate Stokers Geco Ratchet Ash Drags Geco Pressure Waterbacks Geco Pneumatic Ash Handling Systems Geco Ventilated Flat lgnition Arches Green Engineering Co. 28 E. Jackson St. CHICAGO Harris-Stipes Realty Co. 84 North Neil Street BELL 175 AUTO 2107 We have some choice lots for Fraternity houses. Prices and terms are right. Now is the time to buy, as values are in- creasing all the time. DO IT NOW Let us write your fire insur- ance. You get real protection. URBANA Ste am Laundry John White. Manager WE CATER TO THOSE WHO APPRECIATE GOOD WORK Phones: BELL 877 AUTO 4150 2 2 3 M AIN S T . Opposite Flat Iron Champaign - Peoria Motor Co. .nv ' ' -fs? Distributors of the Wescott Motor Cars and Zimmerman Motor Cars Call and see us for inform- ation and demonstrations Oil and all Supplies carried in stock Storage 27-29 N. Walnut Street, Champaign, Ill. IVl1y, no, I guess Pius is no relalion of hat stale '15 he from?-L. O. POPE. EW .LHUEHEIUFTEK GROCERIE WE employ reliable men to sell our high grade groceries direct to farmers and other large consumers. We carry all grades and kinds of reliable groceries. Our top grades are a revelation to people who buy through the average store or mail order houses. Our prices are a big inducement. Salesmen make big money and have no investment. Customers take no risk because We allow the bank to hold the money 5 days so that the goods can be examined and tested before the money is sent to us. This house has made and is making a more rapid growth than any other concern of its kind because of the quality of the goods shipped, prices and square dealing with customers. Write for information. HITCHCOCK-HILL CU. Lake and Dearborn Sts. CHICAGO, ILL. lfullgv ix ju-v In him who is z1'f'xI1'I14lr of 'wisr1'u111.-EVANS IQIERN, A X CIW. 546 ill .Il .UU IIEUEIUHVQ Louis .Danner TAILOR Springfield, Illinois Charles E. Williams Representative GOOD chef will provide an "acid" coffee to serve with cream for breakfast and a "sweet" coffee for your dinner demi tasse. How many cooks will know enough to make that fine distinction? In tailors there is just as great a difference. A good tailor--a real tailor-not only takes your measure-he sizes you up. If your chef has been too kind to you he con- ceals that fact to a great extent a- he changes the "frontage" in a Way that makes you not only look "chesty" but gives you good reason to feel "chesty". In other Words, a real tailor can make you feel Well- dressed among good dressers. If you have such a tailor, be thankful and loyal. If not, let me make you just one suit -you Won't regret it. I Want to show you what a real tailor can do. Get the Danner ' Idea on Clothes A card will bring Williams with the snappy and up-to-date goods fllz, now, iillllllll do you know about lernomzdef-ELIZABETH AICGILL. 547 , 42? HHJI. 62- Ocoeaaing gm? cofcfzecll in olyfc, . V 7 my We Oil-IU? U Hmm. 014.15-is a gwalf 5 fldtflig blkllfioflcfcfj ako aw ojnccialviolh in 50 J O'LaC"LO itll' QS? I V1 'C GU Q TDM A . CZ,OlL ,CVLO ,1l'LL+Ca apecimenn of our Luc Nil? Qzing oavnjJl7c.s. g3ll'Xl 5111110 Ollfl 50 cial? Sllxlfionc zu, italiano Wifi c1uUlozil'c1l'iQel71jg Wofcaintl, c113fzaDincl C1419 ,jmjger l'al'-ior1e1U Sfouoellme 'PQIQCOK me in file Qin-ifca Csfafea. we defy Sfalioneul ana aaa ttour iAl'a l'i Ono 'W ilfimy tLlAZD.5- f. 7 ltilull CJ-ufPC ZJ ,fo ,caw ,af ,mm More ,ana ,mee Kozllc Gzjoufz 'lQLillC3t H10-is Q ' 7 'on bicinncz 'W 11613, c0111 Pd HU C63-T.l1L'Lfa4Q?5cl'xCccn1 Giulia 6 .Socuolf 5 fs W Cllill 01.410 Nu, I nm no! 0 lamp-pvsl.-A. H. IVTCCONNELL 5-IS HUUEH9-SIHHEX' 43? HH all .HWEHQUFWK is 2 1: - Q. A if p' 1 12" f , ' iifgll NlD3 iWDiL 1 ri iq 1 i N e wa. l if 'lf liag 3 'jifi iikfr ' -7 kill ig M P V 1,11 ,-:', it X4-t,: ,,'5' ELEZTEQLT . 1 gf'- . ffwflx . iLf,"'iKf , K A g1,mElTonr5 1-jgg','s iA,, S al1ann5cr1o:3L 1 M , 4 - I xlmflsz' , if 1 . 82352242115 swf-also C J ,iossszm The engravings for this and for the 1911 issue of the "Illio" were made by us. We solicit a comparison of the cuts with those in the general run of College Annuals, and We believe our' cuts will be found different-better. Write for our proposition. I would rather have u good name than riclzes.-PoLKowsKl. 549 ff' ' lIIlJLIIUEIlQIIIWB- H HAMILTON CORLISS ENGINES Are good engines. Let us prove this statement by showing you some ofthe thousands We have built. HAMILTON HIGH SPEED CORLISS ENGINE WRITE FOR BULLETIN "J" The Hooven, Owens, Rentschler CO. HAMILTON, OHIO EGGLESTON CGLLEGE HALL Music House FOR Select Dancing Parties and Banquets FOR SMALL GOODS SHEET MUSIC STATIONERY TYPEWRITERS v 0 , To Rent or Sell J Repazred Calling Cards Made , .E 'O Order COLLEGE HALL CLUB For the Best Dining Service THE GRILLE For the Best Lunches E G G L E S T O N , i MRS. LEO O. 1-IANA 41 Maln Street, ChaUlpalgH Pfopfiglof and Manager --1'11 v 1- 1"-NI H U ef 'ifQHll .H .HIVUEHQIUVQEQ ' ILLI OIS CE TRAL Best of Train Sevice to and from the following Points FLORIDA Via the Central Route to Florida and Cuba. "Seminole Limited" fast through daily tram from Chicago and Champaign to jacksonville, Fla. Connections for all Florida Points and Steamship connections for Havana, Cuba, via Knights Key or Port Tampa. HAVANA, CUBA Via New Orleans or Florida-choice of routes. Direct connection with Steamships for Havana. NEW ORLEANS A semi-tropical and romantic city of such charm as to have earned the appelation of the Winter Capital. Visited the year round by tourists. New Orleans is a stop-over point for those enroute to LOS ANGELES AND SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Via the Southern Route. Daily standard service. Weekly Tourist car. MEXICO AND TEXAS POINTS PANAMA AND CENTRAL AMERICA Fast through trains from Chicago and St. Louis. "The Panama Limited". Fares, train time, tickets and all particulars of your local Illinois Central ticket agent or those of connecting lines. S. G. HATCH General Passenger Agent CHICAGO Clothes uzodel.-MOFFETT A T A ul R? Ill .ll .HWS HQIFTWTE E. M. Burr 8z Co. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. Manufacturers of the largest line of MUNICIPAL CASTINGS in the United States FIRE ESCAPES IRON STAIRWAYS and SPIRAL STAIRS STRUCTURAL STEEL Lu-Me-Ha 50 Cigar I An extra good cigar for the particular smoker I John McDonnell Marzufactzlrer CHAMPAIGN, ILL. I If your dealer has no! got it, send 32. 00 and I will sendyou prepaid ll box of Fifty Cigars. G.W. LAWRENCE P I A N O S FURNITURE A nd Musical Instruments Victor, Columbia and Edison Talking Machines We Excel in Every Line We Carry 22+-226 WEST MAIN STREET URBANA, ILLINOIS ESTABLISHED I B60 I-I. Swannell 81 Son R E L l A B L E DRUCCISTS Older than the University The Reliable Store lor your Prescrip- tions, Drugs and Drug Store Goods E :I CUT PRICES ON TOILET ARTICLES The Rexall Store No. I Main St., CHAMPAIGN l Ufhfml burlcslop jnr H10 1911 imsvbull teanz Wi'-xlllwrs Hll1lLglllUlEH?-"1llIWEr-1 E Champaign Steam Laundry THE OLD RELIABLE MONROE E? KEUSINK, Proprietors 30 N. Neil Streetg Phones: Home 11I5,' Bell 897 lOpposite Walker Opera Housej STUDENT TRADE A SPECIALTY Shorthand ana' Typewriting STUDY THEM NOW Many college men and women are taking up Stenography as a profession. A private secretary commands a large salary and unusual opportunities for BROWN'S BUSINESS SCHOOL gives high grade instruction in shorthand, typewriting and the business branches. Write or call for information. MORE THAN 6000 ATTEND BROWN'S EVERY YEAR. BACON BROS. Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes, etc. CONTRACTORS FOR Paperhanging, House Painting, Decorating and Hardwood Finishing 17 NORTH 'WALNUT STREET Both Phones ,-1 modern Nupnleolz.-PAL'L HANNA. 553 442 HU. UXUVIJEUEEJHFTRQ e Talk about l w ,N 'I The niversity ress W. D. MILES 20l East Main, URBANA, ILL. W Gi-'D W The Same Old Place The Same Good Work fx:-9 3 Particular Printing for Particular 1 People Dance Programs and Society Printing MR. GLANCY U Specialty a 71 d t one 3 N - arque e f N ' ALL WORK DONE WHEN PROMISED The Original Fix st-class, Popular Price Y P I. , d Hotel in America-400 Rooms at our ammage solute ST. LOUIS. MO. A Hotel for your Mother, Wife and Sister P TRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS "Really now, don't you think that I nzoke a good ladies' n1a21."'-FRAILE1 554 EEUU .ll .llVlli5.ll5illIFlD-- TELEPHONE RANDOLPH 960 Tailors to Particular People MODERATE PRICES DESIGNER, W. A. HAYWARD SALESMEN -las. B. Scudder Bert Hayward A. M. Craigie Nace E. Murray R. Paul Ray Wm. J. Fitzgerald Richard Fitzgerald j. Arthur Dundas Harry G. Smucker Fourth Floor Mentor Building STATE AND MONROE STS. Chicago, Ill. Ll tl name of .-lrkansasf ,X'ElYE-R."-REBIBIEI, AND DUKE. 35.3 I 'Z' I ff QQHH I.l,HIiIzlETlHFlE11A A UTU PHONE 1423 D Stern Bros. Aulhorized Distrilzutors of U. of 1. rrough 8: Co FINE U"if"""s Builders' Hardware ' Visit our Tailoring Department Mechanicsy Tools , Majestic Ranges A Young Man S Herrick Refrigerators Store The stutlcntsul the l'rIix'0rsity will find this store lu-:Il :I Drs fri' II- vwvst, I Il SL L I ' Ll styilluiliinlhlhunu fin-i1'sL.'Xllfir0. Inn mo lpprjle Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes phones Bel' 1712 Automatic 1564 we exe,-ol. Hmm- uf Ilurt Svlinllnor IS: Marx Clothing Walk-Over Shoes Emery Shirts . , slew. nm 31 Main St. Champaign, lll "LAWDER" . G JnII2i'iiI5 fQ 1 ccuracy, Durahlllty and Beauty of Deslgn, the three fundamental features, are best combined In fi 9,4 s ld I, ll tv TAPES in? Wgimm Send for Catalogue. SAGINAW, MICH., U. s. A. WF WWN1? 015 an NEW YORK I LONDON, ENG. I WINDSOR CAN III' luzzglzx um! Ilze' world lmzlqlzs willz 1II'HI.f.lAKE KLEM, lb 556 K 'l'. 4435E?""'iQHH ,H .HUEHSJHHEEE - q F U M ., 'Wl1lIllIl:l1J1.1.. .gm A ai 4 ' -?,f:?g?l.F A Going to New York gffffscgfv Big Four--New York Central The Water-Level Route. Equally Good Service to Boston VV. E. THOMAS, NFWYORK QSNTRAL PASSENGER AND TICKET AGENT, LINES CHAMP,-XIGN, ILL. Don 't worry- W atclz us grow THE CITIZENS STATE BANK OF CHAMPAIGN Il lgtll! HK' Cliff' 'iw .ll .IIVIIE HQIHFEX - VISITORS TO TOWN SHOULD VISIT US Souvenirs Here For Them ll, Most everyone wants some little thing as a remembrance of our great University. Quite in- expensive, ours are, and quite attractive and quite "the thing." They comprise emblems in gold and silver, belt pins, collar pins, fobs and spoons, ranging in price from 25c to 38.00. Be a Loolaer Llluesteman THE TIFFANY OF CHAMPAIGN MCWILLIAMS SL GLENN MILLINERS "The Home ofFashion" exe We have the latest thing in Hats exe 71 N. NEIL STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILL. WOODIE'S VM, Pressing Place Th 6 Fra lf Clothes Cleaned C0 nfe C 0 n ery and Pressed Shoes Shinecl 504 E. Green St. CHAMPAIGN ILL. Both Phones 3 Main Street Champaign, Illinois Everything up-to-date Lolored nzzzszral artists a specmliy.-lxAPPA HOl'SIE. iw .ll .HWiU?lHnQ39- Exclusive Dlstrlbutors of all Varslty Supphes 1 d g th 1912 ILLIO d P THE C0 OP CHAMPAIGN ILL O O Inc u in e Maile or Expressed Pre aid Two Dollars and Twenty-Five C t ' 9 9 ' iii? UH .H .HWEUEQUEAQ 5 Q13 i x A Store for Men and Young Men who care L .MAN tiw-nmnttm lftll Jo The lloust- nl' Y . 1 ...nu . lxuppn-nltmtnt-r in Cllivzluu ' CHAMPAIGN, ILL. , .1 4 M e' - mt... 3 92155125-A - 1 ffl.. F- ,tnutfm -n s .1 ,x iiiltl QI' 1 . 1 guru V. ,,,,.t.fn un-1-fu :nun 3 w ,impair as s e 1 fy : I ' 'ilfst-Hr We are known the country over as Ly. .... V -41.1 Vt St le 4 2 ' .QW or X w ' y - -. V ya Authorzty on E H tis, TN ' lrfm h' -: J , " 'tt IQ,- f p 2 tv e e ,-e W earmg t .' A t h K. I f t , X, gg Appare or U " ' ' 1 . ,Q ,em i gay Men and v xc- 'fl ' N '1 4' , t - Young Men .-95.7 ' iff- ' E, , Q ZX u I T' - Who are partzcular about thezr Clothes . gtg s'if'-gf-5 ftlfzz In the Manufacture of LUN KENHLIMLLL PRODUCTS " 'J ln' -gf: .: if ij. 5:5 , , my' The "details" have been carelully considered, and through nearly half 5"?f1,Q J ahcenlury oi expsrlience and itudy auperlectign of quality has developed Qs" - 15 1-.,, S t at is recognize y users a over ewor . I Q53 f Their individuality is distinct and it is universally acknowledged that 'z 1W'fff""lf1M.. LUNKENHEIMER GOODS are beyond competition. They E'7?fiy . 3 Fai? 3 ggsltrffglfrxspeaking-THE G O O D 5 THAT LA S T AND N X gb- X The line includes brass and iron valves, water columns and gauges, l xx. guage cocks, blow-oil, pop-safety and rel-iel valves, whistles and whistle '23-'53, X valves, cocks, brass and iron iittings, unions, injectors and eiectors, gas 5 4 'f at enginespecialties,lubricators,oilpumps.utltng devices,niland grease cups. "'?f'li":1?' Q: MOST supply houses sell them-yours CAN-il they DONT or WONT-tell US. THE L U tn: ti'Ei'iviCi-f1iAE'631l1PA Y Largest Manufacturers oi High-Grade Engineering Specialties in the World. C GENERAL or-'Frans AND wonxs, INCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A. Cai:-9 B R A N c H E s NEW YORK. LONDON. S. E. BOSTON. CHICAGO, 64-68 Fulton St. 35 Great Dover St. 138 lligh St. 186 W. Dearborn St., Cor. Lake A .-1 lion with the girlx.-PAUL lVlCC.-XSKEY, A K IC 560 HH .ll .lllVllElIEQlllrf"12Etf- Dress Suits Tuxedos CEO. W. LUCK Tailor Specializing College Men's Clothes Samples and Prices Cheerfully Sent on Request 25 N. DEARBORN STREET CHICAGO, ILL. I JA ' "-C' B4 61 f- HU JI .HVHEHEIUVEEH SEE THE TWIN CITIES BY AUTO Twin City Motor Co. 103 IV. Hill Sheet, Champaign Garage Livery Repairs Tailors Clothiers as E Furnishers Al I'iI I I I I I ,..., A I ucll. if 5 s I lcago i Eli t V iii' AA" Q , was 1'-Llp 1 f in ggi' lv lllllllllill,ilrlllElillf Portland III!! Y 1' 'rr HE H? U !ii'ffslQlgg,4Q51 "l" ' 1 ' lf wigs4?e,fQi5i1ix5,L rsf. i. 475 C ,N :v i II I I, Fliif-i15 fm,' ,,' ,f nfiburrc C1iic A n " used e m e n t g -recognized by leading architects. contractors and engineers as the highest grade Portland manufactured. f Chicago Portland Cement Co., Offices: 30 N. La Salle Street, Chicago. ' IWIIIS: Oglcsby, Iilinois. Annual Output X5 5 "The Best That 1,250,000 Barrels Can Be Made" ".Yvn- II1vi1.' '-Giuts Karim rx 56" ff 'QQHH .ll .HIVUEUQHFEQ-s - D. H. LLOYDE Text Books . Books of Fiction Pianos For I I my Rent or Sale 'gypciwriters or ent or Sale glodaks and s an oto Supplies llgennants ost Cargis Developing Stationery and Printing 7 H it ' Athletic Drawing Goods Instruments S "ee Oiice Phono- Supplies gaphs and sc- B ecords pp Sheet Music Musical I SWT Instruments Blank Books UNIVERSITY STORE 606 W. GREEN ST. DOWN TOWN STORE 7 MAIN ST. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. T11 0 fp!! fa! I C lz pl HEDIA 'J 'N HU .LHUEHEQIUHEP ' PROMPT SERVICE POPULAR PRICES TITE WAD'S THE STUDENTS' STORE Good Things to Eat Our Specialty 514 SOUTH MATHEWS AVE. F. L. SWANSON Bi SON, PROPS Soft Wlater L a u n d 1' y GIVEN BROS. 8: NYBERG Proprietors BOTH PHONES 127 North Race Street URBANA, ILL. Twin Cities Coal and Coke Co. R. C. WAGNER st SON TWIN CITIES R. C. WAGNER, '09, Mgr. Your Reliable Coal Dealers Seventeen Teams RISING, BABB Sc CO. 504 NORTH NEIL ST. Distributersifor Inter State and Davis Cars Agents for Reo. Tires, Supplies and Oils STORA GE AND L1TfERY Tlzwv slzmvezl II vellmv slreak.-HELMET PLEDGIQS. 564 ff 'i'43HH .H.HlVTlEHQ1HFlEe1 El? "Catering to those who appreciate the best in photography." 38 N. NEIL STREET, CHAMPAICN, ILL. . Thomas Franks The Florzsis of C9 Son ifze Cziy gp J as wr f X Wi, D PERCIVAL 86 MUOREHEAD FURNITURE and HARDWARE Always A Little Beiter For A L ttle Less G ing fax! 'U I .-C . H U II -ff Sain ,n .uinisuciuifisf Hairdressing Shampooing Scalp Treatments Facial Massage Electrolysis Chiropody Manicuring Marinello Beauty Shop 11 N. Neil St., Champaign Bell Phone 1S17 Auto 2172 Evens 81 Howard Fire Brick Co. St. Louis, U. S. A. I: Sewer and Culvert Pipe Fire Brick and Cupola Blocks, Locomotive and Furnace Tile, Chimney Pipe and Flue Lining A L L F I R E C L AY P R O D U C T S Makers of 1 SAMUEL HARRIS 81 CO. E I F1726 T ooh for M6FhdlZZ.fd! PZIYPOJFJ i 11-1-116 N. CLINTON ST., CHICAGO, ILL. KEUFFEL Sc ESSER CO. . OF NEW YORK CHICAGO MONTREAL SAN FRANCISCO ST. Louis l DRAWING MATERIALS 1+ SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS MEASURING TAPES CHICAGO: 111 EAST MADISON STREET i il, Little Miss IIIIl0CF7lC6,'.IOE IYICCUNE, E X. l'i 566 .. il ii li. ll l, . 4191 HU .He.HlV'JEU:f1JUfI"lE- IQ? MITTENDORF Sc KILER Horsman Tennis Raclqeis- Are GOOD Rackets ll-1 3 Furniture, Carpets IHE HORSMAII MODEL A - X Ee I- l stands in a class by itselfg don't , buy until you have seengt. I 5 W ite to us if your ea er cannoi: show il. 251' is and We are Sole Agents in the I FRAMES hiazzif' its? 'fasts Cr: . I 25 ship Lawn T B ll YE self! is Q 1 ll-I ' gifi'I'g17:1 jj? Undertakers ff Q'Q, 525 ii his-1-I 115-I I IiIsififf1ig3'pLivffi Z faffifeiliilfgl -u'-' ' gig, gift 5 - 1911 BALLS Ylinfi-I'-."s4L ,X 2 4 2 6 M A I N S T R E E T now ready for disiribulion aim: '--- -A - 'X CHAM PAIG N' ILLINOIS E. 1. HORSMAN co., 365 Broadway, N. Y. Send for New Calalogue T. H. TREVETT l HARDWARE STOVES and T I NWA R E Green Street Pharmacy Spaulding 85 S l l . The largest line of Pocket Knives u 1 in the city E EI G and Sixth Sts. 28 M A I N CHAMPAIGN, Corner reen STREET ILLINOIS And ue ll all just hate one more little drink."-T. N. E. ll! .Il.llIF1IElEEHHF3V ILLUSTRATED SONGS Program Changes Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Malinee Daily from 2 to 5 p. m. Evening, 7 to ll VARSITY 'FIIIEAUTIKIE S3 MAIN ST. The Most Beautiful Thealre in Town Admission 101' H 1 G H C L A S S MOTION PICTURES Munhall Printing House The Students' PRINTERS 10 TAYLOR STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS Harris, Caterer Gi9DCfi:"DCs:i19 CfiE'G:i:'JCES9D Dainty Catering for All Occasio s Banquets Buffet Lnncheons Dances Receptions Smokers Cf 9C-CEBCSEQ C61 "D 9 Harris Ice Cream Co. "Quality Cream Kllalfersu Phones: Auto 21075 Bell 175 GLASSES FROM 51.00 UP Broken Lenses Replaced and Prescriptions Filled Graduate Optician FRATERNITY J EWE L RY fllade to Order .Iohn O. Smith CThe Students ' Jewelerj 1:1 S Finest Watch Repairing at Students, Prices OPPOSITE BEARDSLEY HOTEL CHAM PAIGN 1 ASK YOUR ROOM-HATE I The luzml of lim Lfzzu.4I315'1-14: Anxxls. l .WN '1'43HIl III .IIIVIIEIQIIIFQEH j HN W. DOUGLAS WILLIAM F. POTEL P, N John W. DougIas Co. TAILORS QQQ I2 E JACKSON BOULEVARD CHICAGO HARRISON 4068 e""iQUll .Il .Ilf:1lEHE-5lllFlV Snow White High Lights and Coal Black Shadows VVith Absolutely No Details in Either Makes a Very Undesirable Picture If you Want a Photo that is a true likeness full of detail, with all the line gradations of light, have them made at ABERNATHY'S D I Il I k Ik brewer?"-JOHN GOSSETT. 5 0 ii? HH .U .HU UEU91lUFf3Ee? -il? Roses Carnations Decorations US. JOH SO 306 FL UR IS T Simi East Springfield Avenue CHAMPAIGN, ILL. The Assistant Florist, who will appreciate PHONES: Wu' P"""""ge' AUTO 1471 BELL 1179 N ' ' E T ry leaning NEW- INTERNATIONAL By the most modern methods DICTIQNARY known to the trade Best Plant Best Work Best Service L. B. Souder DYER and CLEANER Walker Opera House Both Phones. Charnpalgnv X 1, The Only New unabridged dictionary in many years. Contains the pitlz and essence of an authoritative library. Covers every field of knowledge. An Encyclo- pedia in a single book. The Only dictionary with the New Divided Page. 400,000 Words Deined. 2700 Pages. T- 2 6000 Illustrations. i -.i ' X Cost S400 OOO f I X Post yoursel re 9 P X gardingthis most 'xg q - mmm X single volume. .- f . mnxam t - 5 I 'M' - mup um , . X . Xl Write! p pg , P 1 mp., ' . will urns c. sl c.MERR1AM co. sew. .kos , .. nv.v.:v.v. vu-:v.v..v.v.v. s 11 Q ' ' ,HSL K, 'Q , .XX f - 16.5 V ' i K r . . 4 ' lr ,Qsgeglfgf Yr,-we Q54 remarkable QQ' ff wi K S xy4 K y ww xv , Q eeixwi ix A Mk or sam le a. es No' ,xi-5 K Rs ar c an etc A of sf- V- X Veils' 1. 929' X Ii Name a s. er d I +I R xxx we sen 61? ww Q , 1 ae: ot Potk e ps el' G + ,T 'AQ 5PR1NGFxELD, Mfxss. I' - I It's always fair weather when good fellows get together.-LAW SMOKER. 571 iig SSDI .II .HIVUEUPIHtfVIl9i +I? Tai oring an , alverdasliery EXCLUSIVE WOOLENS FOR YOUNG MENS CLOTHES Redman Collars, Cluett and Wilson Bros. Sliirts. Clmeneyls Cravats, Hole Proof Hosiery, Military Collars and Gloves. AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR OF FRESHMAN CAPS R. E. ZOMBRO COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS COLLEGE OF M DICI E OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 9 .sa f 'i ?iiiQf?3'i COLLEGE YEAR f HIEIEIEEEIQ INVESTIGATION ffl- IEIJPIIH or EQUIPMENT BEGINS ' AND ADVANTAGES . . fl- ':'..22 " r+"'Qj' L 'Wfli 5li1fI"1I2IffgM.f IS CORDIALLY 1911. 2 ,',v I T11 4 I 4' :Z .,,. I J, I 'NWTED' V ' iifui E UEII-Elllllllll IQIIIIIIIIIIIII II1IIllII!llllllIllllWWIwgTjEg?5EIg'm f'flILg, 1-. FOUR YEARS' COURSE Students Permitted to Specialize in Electives Unsurpassed Clinical Advantages Completely Equipped Laboratories For Catalog and General Information, Address, DR. FRANK B. EARLE, Secretary, Congress and Honore Streets, Q CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Q-lzmllzcr of flzosv juxsvrx.-IACK BURNS. .H- ""iQHlI ,II .HIVWIE'IE3IIlFlEf - Retiahte Plumbing ana' Heating Co. I5 North Walnut St., Champaign, Ill. PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING PNEUMATIC WATER SUPPLY AND VACUUM CLEANING SYSTEMS STEAM, HOT WATER AND VAPOR HEATING PLANTS Estimates CI1eerfuIIy Furnished Shoe Repairing At mzfhe Little White .Shop by the Boneyardn I learned the art of 1 Shoemaking atmroaa' I do att the work for the Athletic Association lTRY MEl Barney Ketterer FRANK E. MATHENY Builder of USTRAIGHT TIPI' and HSEALED TIP" CIGARS Try Them F I gl I pp and iuarrfor I td,-B , I 1 3 l 4135 ll .ll .lllWEllE:llllWEfe ' Wholesome ancl savory clainlj, l and well appointed, justlllse thing A when you do not want to bother r with it yourseb' Orders for Parties and Dinners a Specialty McCormic ' 61 North Neil Street CHA MPAIGN, ILL. ESTABLISHED IBIB Auditorium I-Iotel Michigan Blvd. and Congress St., CHICAGO Rates per day. single. S2 and up: double, S3 and up. With bath attached-single. S3 and up: double. S5 5 :md up. W, S. SHAFER, Manager- ' X' Xl' Al? is f ' Y ffl-A ' 5' ."' :ffl-1i2"L'f:2E' '-1:--,113-' Qrntlrmrnm Eumxshnng Iv undo. is - ij i " BROADWAY kmrwcnrv-szcouo s'r i 'T ' ,I 'E' NEW YORK. ?-J' I 'r Q.. ilji' 4' V1-3TbQV ' ' V-gfgmgg 93 53+-L ifl , fl ,ff'..'f' Representative at Chicago and St. Louis every monlh Sendfor particulars and illustrated catalogue l l III CLOTHING Ready-made and to measure. Riding and Hunting Ouyfls, Motor Garments I SUITS AND OVERGARMENTS " :,.3,.f,iz'r-,'.giai,'5,,.sJ,:HL ,iLEfl?irLf'L'T'- F-a:E..e1 FV- X, ,, 5 at -A .-QQEEGL l i ,. 'ji "ti 2 . I 'llx Q '- f t,.,, . Ii l l' i .affix l I 1 I 1 LJ' ff llllllfllq 'gin' 'l':r'x 'Eli li- I ' 4 lil, ll Il I4 ,Hp -. lily, il' n ,P I All ,J Ii J 'll ' -II-J H' I .J "I 1 in rr F sm I fl 1 ' lilrnui l I ' " ' ' iifisltl lu lj, 'rm-1.7: .-su .. ,Lihfs-'l5.:,' I' I' E ' L uurgi ' in 111. -'- I" - ', 'i ill 3 1 ls:-:I im' fill!!! ' ' I .LLL alia? ,ir A , I l . X . , . FJ, ., .- I , . P- rx 1 K I r l in.-LJ: 'V .. .mv 1 -,L . 4 I 'Wi' J "' ,.-T .gggg 'ur -1v'1f"' " . Ag -I .' . . ui- . ' .. .:'1...-:Vs l I '- lx?f55E'l'3- f , - .,-5' , ,f 2' For GUM Tennis, Polo, etc. English Haberiiashery, Hats, SHOES Trunks, Bags anal Traveling Cases FROM MEDIUM TO HIGHER PRICED . Y .L T 3-sql Sgrmg. KA x7 .,V,eE,,. 'age'-L . -1 --:fe -9 " '-1-13,.5:"L'?i-?'5r?L2fLi .-11 , ., -"Q 'j'f'2 ' For lui-nty years thc leuilinz hotel of the city will lic carefully ninintuincnl in that I.0:uling Positii n by its NEW IIIANAGEBIENT. wliivli wont into eliect Oct. 1, 1909. L'pn'urils of S3ll0,llll0 have been expended for improvements. new plumbing, nlecorn- tions :mtl furniture. Tluc rcstullrnnls halve been re- fitted and newly clccorutcrl. Cuisine and service un excelled. Try Jones Dairy Farm Little Sausages ana' Ham baked in a casserole, or Jones Dairy Farm Sliced Bacon. For Sale JONES DAIRY FARM Fort Atkinson, Was. by Hegenbart 35 Dickerson The Duke of lI'Clll'Il4iflUll.?BUZZ TWIST. III K 'I' 574 RQ HI .ll .ll IVIIEIIYIIIIIFYQ9. Eel EUGENE DIETZGEN CO. gg "B MANUFACTURERS 3 "I 9 v ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS INSTRUMENTS OF PRECISION Someihing New! LOOSE LEAF ENGINEERS' FIELD BOOKS Leaves may be removed without disturbing the general arrangement of the notesg hnrshecl notes may be lelt in the drafting room and balance of the book used in the held. THE MULTIPLEX SLIDE RULE "The Rule of Range and Precision" COMPLETE LINE of FIELD QOFFICE SUPPLIES QITOATYYYNEVV SAN FRANOISOOVWTHV YVINTEW TORONTO PITTSBURG PHILADELPHIA Calalog on requesl 'slVl Represented in St. Lour, o., by L. Ruckert 8: Co., 317-321 Merchants Laclede Bldg. AUTOMOBILE LIVERY CARS FURNISHED F O R P A R T I E S AND SIGHTSEEING Can you try Ky1e's Domestic Bread ? KyIe's Domestic Bakery 104 E. High Street. There is no table richly spread Without a loaf of Ky1e's Domestic Bread. HERRICK E+? STOL TEY'S 104 E. High Street 62 lst SOUTH ST. CHAMPAIGN Urbana' Ilhnols' - es: Bell 58. Auto 4912. I Il would never I1 1 tl I I mnzefrouz Iflulm, would ynzrf -F, 'I ' NG, A lx la. 0 fr ' lll.lLlllFlEllQlllFlEr- e Hzglz ffass Plmfograplzy at reasolzable prires, at , 0 H owara' s Studzo 106 IV. MAIN ST., URBANA lfork flilll-511662, for de!1"z'ery sefven days from dale of sfffzing "NOR CAN I FORGET" The exquisite pleasure of my First L'Boston" at the Which still lingers among most pleasant memories TWIST DRILLS, REAIVIERS, MILLING CUTTERS, ETC. The fame of "MORSE" Tools is clue entirely to their excellence. Send for illustrated catalogue, free. Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co. NEW BEDFORD, MASS., U. S. A. Tin' only wel ,bluff in Vrlmmz is Crvsinl Lake. 3713 ff gdllll .ll .llilillillfllgl . . nderson 85 Co. Fine Tailoring - Chicago 0 MAN vveals "ready- e madenfrom choice. No man can expect to Hnd in the limited stocks of ready- made the expression of his per- sonal taste. The garments were not made for him. The man who leads, gives dress its due. I-le picks the fabric, names the style, directs the Work- man. The garm ent is the product of his own intelligenceg as much a part of him as hope and high ambitiong essentially his ofwn. The Flat Iron Store Co. Sole Representatives Suggestion for securing an piano for the fmt house: SAVE FATIMA COUPONS 577 4155 ff HH .U.HlVWiEUE21ilWDi -ii? TheiBest Chocolates Made are I D Famous "La Voguev Chocolates 60C the pound Packed in all sized boxes for shipment anywhere HARRIS C9 MEAD 608 E. GREEN ST. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. YVORK IS SUPERIOR KANDY'S TONSORIAL PARLOR FIVE FIRST CLASS ARTISTS 510 EAST GREEN ST. Cyko Photo Printing Papers Ensign R011 Film For the best Kodak Finishing take your Work to St1'auch's Kodak Finishing Shop Corner Green and Wright Streets-Above the Co-Op Home of the Student Life Photo Post Cards Equipped for Hashlight, View and thesis Work "I wozflzl mllzar bc a wlzilv :min rzs rz Xlllrlwll.'i-H,'X1iIiX' GREENIPIILLD 578 X31llllalLlllWElEF1llIFlETa M Turf Goods Trunk Repairing CHARLES F. WITT 31-33 INT. lfzzlzzzzz' Sl., Champaign, Ill. VALISES : TRUNKS Harness of Every Kind a Specialty Buggies and Carriages Metzler 1 Schafer 00. Wholesale Grocers 43-45 Main Street CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS Own and control Pennant Brand Canned Fruits and Vegetables Finest packed. Also distri- butors for Curtis Bros. Can- ned Fruits and Vegetables. Bryan 'S Cafe The only student restaurant in Urbana with dining room for ladies and men. Short orders served at all hours, rllml fjlllt' izzflllzfrvl. Supply Store, Laundry Agency and Transfer Orders. Hours: 5 a. m, to 12 p. m. Bryan E? Son Corner Green and Wlatlzeufs. Bell Phone 972 Home Phone 2139 CHAS. E. MUELLER C O A L 118 SOUTH NEIL ST. "ll'lz0 said, 'nzrifdz for Ihr sn10ke.v'!"-Bos BLACK. 57 + -J WUMWHQWQP5 3 For information concerning Life Insurance Call tlze District Angenfy of the Northwestern Mutual Life lnsurance Co. of Milwaukee F. R. SMEDLEY, District Agent Bell Phone, 193 Auto Phone, 1041 Suite 404 First National Bank Building CHAMPAIGN, ILL. The Name Leseure and The Elk Cigar ana' Billiard Palace Are linked with many happy memories of evenings pleasantly spent. May Our Ass I be as Agreeabl tl Fzture as tlzey cert ' ly love in tlzeP t Leseare Cigar Store 39 North Neil St. Champaign B ll 13? Home H70 JUEMVSOAY BROTHERS PL UM BI NG Heating, Gas Fitting and Sewerage Rp Work Given Prompt -lit t 76 North Neil Street Champaign, Illinois Open Day and Night Eat at arten's 57 Main Street, Champaign, Ill. Hulk .llnelle li gf JR Pllllll Nl RIZSIZAR li H' idlll .H.IlH'UEHQl1lF7lE2s All Growers of Grain ana' Users of FARM MACHINERY are specialbf interested in THE Independent Harvester Co. The Farmers' Co. ------ Plano, Ill. Because this Company is composed of over l2,000 up-to-date farmers, who participate in the manufacturing profits as well as buy their farm implements at reduced prices. The Wlachines manufactured by this Company are the VER Y BEST. Grain Binders, Mowers, Corn Pickers and Huskers, Manure Spreaders, Grain Elevators, Grain Disc Drills, Gasoline Engines, Cream Separators, Small Tools, etc. THE ILLINOIS BILLIARD HALL Headquarters for TOBACCOS, CIGARS and Smokers' Supplies BILLIARDS, POOL AND BOWLING CAVANAUGH BROS., No. 6 MAIN ST. A A H H 4 P l A A V A Kniglzts of lim rlzerkered rop.+S1c.MA NUS. 581 fe- IINETDULS CHARLES I'I.BESlYaC0. II8 'TO-I24 N.CI.IN'ION ST. CHICAGO IIIINIIIS U.S.A. WIVVVVN I Mums' I DEALERS imvonnns-li When planning a midnight lu ii, lay in your supplies ai W. F. lVlURPHEY'S 512 EAST JOHN STREET Groceries : Cured Meafs THE CHESTER TRANSFER CO. In I886 succeeded G. I-Iufi, Sr., and has been doing business in the same Iocation ever since 58 FIRST SOUTH ST. ICHAIVIPAIGN ULN Ci1'1WALfz' i if T 'f NI ' Y. SZ f' Hll .ll .HUEHQUFQEX Telephones: Home l392g Bell 748 Empire Steam Laundry 103 W. University Avenue Bundle, Flat and Family Washing Shaw 8 Plotner Brothers, Proprietors LADIES' CLOTHING GENTS' CLOTHING Tailor Made Suits on Credit XVe make suits to order on easy payments. VVear the goods while you pay. After the first payment the goods go into your possession. Dresses and Millinery ESTABLISHED I 883 A. S. NELSON 61 SONS Wlzolesale ancl Rc-:fail GROCERS 1 In I '77, ' l mga Q Jiffy-Hsin our 775 Sole Agenls in the Twin Cilies for The famous Telephone 190 gltggsec-2:SC9'a.jZ1nborn's Teas ana' . C E B .1 C J G cl 75 N- Neil Sf- Champaign, 111- 5,Jfifi'iJ,fsfi0u2,u,Qfl5ffl effing 00 S CHU O. E. SHOBE SL GO. FANCY LIVERY and CLosED CARRIAGES Baggage Also Delivered. We Cater to Students Both Phones 312 E. GREEN STREET, NEAR U. OF I. Champaign, Illinois Sweet are the uses of GdT'6fSlfjV.-THE oNE WHO FLUNKED. iitff' EW .Il .HU Ellgllliollrf 'ill We do high grade work To clean your garments at The Paris Dyeing and Cleanings Plant, means cleaned thoroughly and properly Paris Dyeing and Cleaning Co rn pan y Works-106 W. University Ave. Ujife-30 North Neil Street plum Hell CHAMPAIGN, Phones : or ILLINOIS We Call for and Deliver 1 mb ' hsejfff ' l ' -x F 1' ' I X s v ll' 1 ly f .4 i I, 9 n i .ai "H iii, Iii!!! I Tl ll , lb .. in u I vp ' ' Q, --1 5 . ss We ima rs, fmttxa ,.5'1'a'010 X05 W-Park ,Yr 6'l1afr1,bd1'r-gn Illw vi' 14, ef . . - - 13-4'.Q4':-zs, :g.gjgg.::5v-Q 3. - "My Clothes are nl - Ihr illnhrl 'lfilllllfllll Gu., - Hl.UU.5llN4il'UN. ll.I.5. 1 wish to thank the members ofthe Uni- versity for their liberal patronage, and to hespeak your continued patronage for my successor, MR. C. C. DILLON, E. M. Watkins, '11, Agent Walker Sr Mulliken Furniture Agents for Gunn Sectional Book Cases Vacuum Cleaners Bundhar, Wilton and Brussels Rugs National Lace Co.'s Lace Curtains Genuine Imported Linoleums 43 and 45 Neil St. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. Latest plea for pure politics.-THE L1NcoLN LEAGUE. 58-1 41? uH-LHin1EuQiuHt-' 413 ALUMNIII JRECTORY Thomas C. Angerstein Attorney-at-Law Legal Department, International Harvester Co., .237 Michigan Ave., Chicago, or 206 LaSalle St.. Chicago, care of Scott. Bancroft, Stephens O. M. Rhodes Physician and Surgeon Bloomington. Ill. A. E. Campbell Lawyer 28 Main St.. Champaign, lll. Louis Rockwell Attorney-at-Law St. Charles. Ill. A. E. Davis, '81, M. D. Physician Arbala. Texas Carl E. Sheldon Attorney-at-Law Sterling, Ill. Charles B. Gibson, '77 Chemist, Metallurgist and Mining Engineer 8l S. Clark St., Chicago. Ill. john J. Spriggs Attorney-at-Law Lander. Wyoming Member of State Legislature L. R. Kershaw Real Estate Suite 504 Flynn and Ames Bldg. Muskogee, Okla. W. G. Spurgin Lawyer- County fudge Court House, Urbana, Ill Frank Lindley Fred B. Penwell, '05. L.L.B. Walter C. Lindley, '01 AB., '04 L.L.B. Lindley, Penvvell and Lindley Attorneys and Counsellors 410-416 Daniel Building Danville, Ill. Garland Stahl Banking 730 E. 63d sr., Chicago, Ill 58 5 Xuzyizl rszp V-Q14 xaglg . .' ., 15 ,, '. ' Q ' +55 v- ,9g . o A '2"'f'1!- 1: I ,ff - 'H 9. 15? A if 4 . ea .U-,ix .:f,1f. ' Egg: .' v' 4' ',. iw . A., . -Q.: T? Y '. 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