University of Illinois - Illio Yearbook (Urbana Champaign, IL)

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" w1.fJ'u-'Mimi Auf' ,1,'1kf54 -' . in YYYYY H Y '-1 -- f- SSB. ,.A ' -fp- 1 ..:...' r I '-+- UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IW' 'TAB' 1' A ,L yu , N 1 A YEAR BGOK PUBLISHED BY THE CLASS,OF 1921 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS VOLUME TWENTY-SEVEN It has been the privilege of the men and women of the Class of 1921 to see the fine spirit of Illinois live proudly through the trials of a great warg and it has been their greater privilege to see that spirit broaden and deepen with the vigorous expansion of the University as the Illini have returned in the great Homecoming year. The makers of the 1921 Illio have tried to catch the significance of that growing spirit and to express something of it on these pagesg it is their sincere hope that the result of their efforts will not be alto- gether unworthy of the greatness of their inspiration. DEDICATION D A VID KI N L li Y, Phfll, LL.D., Acting President of thc University. Because, for twen- ty-seven years, he has given himself untiringly to the service of the University, successively as Assistant Professor of lico- nomics, Dean of the College of Literature and Arts, Director of the courses in business administration, Dean of the Graduate School, Vice-'President of the University, and Act- ing President: . 4, 16 .L-' B jing ,M ! A f Q. Because, through a quarter century of remark- able growth and substantial attainment, his has been the greatest single influence in the molding of a Greater University, Because, of his devoted loyalty to Illinois, for whose future no man has a broader vision or a higher ideal, r Because, of his sympathetic interest in under- graduate activities,-an interest to which he has given of his time and energy, and which is expressed by his steadfast faith in the .men and women of Illinois, seven generations of whom have had faith in him, and to whom his door is always openg and Because, these -attributes, reflected in a gra- cious simplicity of manner and a kindly, human understanding, have compelled the love and respect of thousands of Illini, who are better men and women for having known his influence, we dedicate the Nineteen Twenty-one Illio. Vg, 35 fn- M -.5 W' 7'Mi'f'.1f'G "iffy," '- v ,, 7 .. ,V i . 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Cyril George Hopkins was born near Chatfield, Minnesota on July 22, 1866. He was appointed Chemist in the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Illinois in 18945 Professor of Agronomy and head of the Department of Agronomy in 15200, and served in that capacity and as Vice-Director of the Experiment Station, until his death at Gibralter on October 6, 1919. Doctor Hopkins had spent the year 1918-19 as head of the Agricultural division of the American Red Cross Commission to Greece. Ni'm'tc4'11 I 'MZ'-." .: ' Bi., .gf fw-T--, . ,Q . : 1 .:,-, .- Quia: , K ' .liiilg l ff? gg ' N u ,1fQ3,a1- 14139425 i ' v :Q ' ' -- 'iizigii wmvrl .f:EQ?'1' ' 324571 Iwi: 1 el Lisp. . X. 'f' H i:Fffi'!fF3if- i-F2299 1:'f:1+-'- a Ja. ' .se-A . " .'-22:1-if Er. vi'-K' HJ:-Aifi -:IWW - .- I" - - .:. -5 'if-5 1' ., :..3.,.g. 191597. 1 - v ' - MW" 'L K: ' 93153 - re A2251 1 ' 'g Gi' f l - flifiw A Jw? J ,lab s '- '71 X935-rf,!?if:'1:i.1 - -X Q, A -+ 1 :.-413.-:I--. . " " ""' " ' - c.:-mam. XS. A-K 'RRR-M ,. Board of Trustees MEMBERS EX-OFFICIO HON. FRANK O. LOWDEN Governor of Illinois HON. FRANCIS G. BLAIR Superintendent of Public Instruction ELECTED MEMBERS Term 1915-1921 ROBERT F. CARR, Chicago LAURA B. EVANS, Taylorville ROBERT R. XVARD, Benton Term 1917-1923 WILLIAM L. ABBOTT, Chicago MARY E. BUSEY, Urbana OTIS W. HOIT, Genesee Term 1919-25 JOHN M. HERBERT, Mu1'pliysboo'o CAIRO A. TRIMBLE, Princeton MARGARET DAY BLAKE, Chicago OFFICERS OF THE BOARD ROBERT F. CARR, President HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary HAZEN S. CAPRON, T1'easu1'eo' LLOYD MOREY, Comptvollco' Tzvcnty iw? alpha gil' if SARS.: vi DV' iii' P i ' -lm-er WTIQIBAW 3 2- ENT C 1 X , .Q it ' .gwdhia 1 . I is 'j'?5f" 'iieik' 2 K '-rihlgi 'FSF'-:' ills: 'fill - sh him. Plllgl' l R-' Q ,, .iw-H1 'Mi , .C-31555 'Nw' l I' H - '11U'i3 R2 ' if" .freak 1' 21:15-.?i in-:ff I . Y 5132: zwsiiif . . V1 I I A.. - IW vw Haan ' ' .f lv 1 A. Ev In 5 IL I : Q .J : ,IJ uv. -g - k ' " 1' .pg ' 1 D - -f -1 if .JK xl' A... ,A ,R- I.-T A is-A " A-If ,uf ' I Cbuudumqn , F. ' T--'fi Twenty-one EDMUND JANES JAMES, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University DAVID KINLEY, Ph.D., LL.D. Acting President of the University EUGENE DAVENPORT, M.Agr., LL.D. Dean of the College of Agriculture Director of Agricultural Extension Service and Professor of Thremmatology . THOMAS ARKLE CLARK, B. L. Dean of Men and Professor of Rhetoric KENDRIC CHARLES BABCOCK, B.Lit., Ph.D., LL.D. Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences FREDERICK BROWN MOOREHEAD, A.B., D.D.S., M.D. Dean of the College of Dentistry and Professor of Oral Surgery and Pathology ALBERT CHAUNCEY EYCLESHYMER, Ph.D., M.D. Dean of the College of Medicine Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department of Anatomy WILLIAM B. DAY, Ph.A.R.M. Dean of the School of Pharmacy CHARLES MANERED THOMPSON, Ph.D. Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration, Professor of Economics HENRY WINTHROP BALLANTINE, LL.D. Dean of the College of Law and Professor of Law CHARLES RUSS RICHARDS, M.M.E. Dean of the College of Engineering Director of Engineering Eocperiment Station Professor of Mechanical Engineering RUBY ELIZABETH CAMPBELL MASON A.M Dean of Women ! n, xv,m IQINIQIQY ' Acting l7'l'CSI'!ll311,L of Nw Univwowvfty 7'u'f"n L11-two College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Into the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences have come this year more than two thousand four hundred forty students who seek the thor- ough humanistic and scientific training which helps to make liberally educated men and women rather than mere technologists. For the A.B. degree the student must have a major in one of the twenty-five recognized subjects, which, ac- cording to his choice, may -lead in the direction of medicine, law, education, journalism, home economics or social service, or he may take a more specialized curriculum in chemistry and chemical engineering, leading to the B.S. degree. By the University policy of unification of de- partments, all of the work in English, rhetoric, mathematics, chemistry, biology, modern lan- guages, psychology, history, etc., for students in all the colleges of the University located at Ui'- bana, is done in the 'great College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, which has a faculty of two hun- dred sixty. DEAN BABCOCK College of Agriculture The College of Agriculture, as at present or- ganized, functions along four distinct lines: First, investigation into the farming problems that have special application to Illinois condi- tions, second, the Extenson Service through the Farmers' Institutes, the County Farm Bureaus and the County Farm Home Bureaus, third, a soil survey which locates, describes, and maps all the different soil types of the stateg fourth, in- struction to Agricultural and Home Economics students. The Department of Home Economics is organ- ized in the College of Agriculture, and besides giving instruction to some 500 students, it main- tains an Extension Service quite simlar to that mantained by the Agricultural Department. Twcnt11-tlwca DEAN DAVENPORT College of Engineering .The work of the College of Engineering is de- signed t9 tl'-3111 Y011I1g men to become technical experts in algreat variety of the divisions of en- gineering 'scienceg and the Engineering Experi- ment Station is organized for the conduct of re- sea1'ch work in engineering and for the publica- tim? of bulletins Presenting the results of investi- gations which have been completed. With its faculty of over 100 teachers of technical subjects and with a student enrollment in excess of 1700 the College of Engineering is one of the largest, and it is recognized as one of the most impor- tant, of the engineering schools in the world. The Engineering Experiment Station is the first of its klfld to be Organized, and it has successfully com- pleted a large number of important investigations Vlfhlch have b1'0Ught great prestige to the Univer- sity. Up to the present time, the Engineering Experiment Station has published 114 Bulletins and 8 Circulars. The College of Engineering has graduated DEAN RICHARDS nearly 3400 students, and it has afforded instruc- tion to more than twice this number. It is ren- dering a service of peculiar importance to the State of Illinois in that its graduates are taking an active part in the development of the natural and manufacturing resources of the State. While nearly one-half are residents ofllllinois, the graduates of this College are found in practically every state in the Union and in many foreign coun, tries, Many of the important engineering structures of the country, such as bridges viaducts and buildings, have been designed and constructed by our graduates. ' College of Commerce The College of Commerce, one of the youngest - colleges on the campus, has an enrollment of more than fifteen hundred students, which is al- most double the enrollment of the first quarter of 1918-1919. The students of this college have a , choice of eleven curriculums, the most popular being general business, accountancy, industrial administration, foreign commerce and banking. Each curriculum combines technical and cultural subjects in such a way as to offer the students a general education along business lines. Women as well as men are awakening to the need of a collegiate training in businessg the former group now comprises about ten per cent of the entire enrollment. The best evidence of the growing importance of commercial education in Illinois is the, inability of the college to meet the demands for its graduates. Many business men who for- merly scoffed at the idea of employing "college boys" now express a preference for them over the practically trained man. This preference is rapidly growing stronger. With its growth we may expect a corresponding growth in the en- rollment of the College of Commerce. W DEAN THOMPSON Tzvmzty-four College of Law Law is in a state of constant strain and flux in the effort to safeguard the greatest number of human wants and interests with the least sacri- fice of those conflicting with them. Ultra-indi- vidualism has characterized our common lawg so- cial interests have been slighted. In general the idea of a state university law school is to pro- mote the scientific study and development of the law along practical lines, in accordance with a true social sense of justiceg to improve the law by training better and more progressive lawyersg to keep in touch with new problems of the law and to take some part in their investigation and solutiong to help arouse the bar of the State to a larger interest in possible reforms and im- provements in the law, and especially to inspire those who are preparing for the bar. The law school is thus not only a teaching center, but a laboratory for disinterested research for the crit- icism of faulty concepts and the promulgation of good ones. It exercises an inHuence on the pro- fession and on the growth of the law. The fac- ulty may be regarded as a law firm retained in behalf of the people of the State to study and criticize the product of 0-ur courts and leg- islatures, and to digest and formulate the steady grist of legal materials along scientific lines for the public welfare. The Law School aims to IHIPTCSS the duty which GVGTY lawyer owes to the State and to his profession, to assist in all movements looking to the improvement in our procedure, our court systems and our standards of administering justice. DEAN BALLANTINE Dean of Men The office of the Dean of Men is the agency through which the University and the students work together in character building, The activi- ties of the office include the management of the Students' Hospital Association, the supervision of rooming houses, aid in finding employment for the students who are working their way through school, and information and advice on every con- ceivable subject. Speaking of the office of Dean of Men, Dean Clark says: "The greatest service which the University of Illinois has done and will do for the. State is in the development of the character of its students and in their training for responsi- ble citizenship. It is my hope that as time goes on and numbers increase as they are bound to do, we shall continue to lay more and more stress upon the importance and necessity of self-reli- ance, honesty, self-control, and personal clean- ness of life in our students." D EAN CLARK Twenty-Jive 1 iii - it LQ Dean of Women Several dreams of University women have been realized since Dean Mason's arrival at the University. The new Woman's Residence Hall, a real home for women, has been completed and put in running order. Living and health condi- tions have been improved and a special physician has been attached to the University's health de- partment to care for the needs of the women. Another improvement in the office of the dean of women has been in its closeness to the stu- dents. Personal contact between the dean and students, so lacking in the past, has been estab- lished with the result that the needs of the women are now more thoroughly understood. Dean Mason has been active in promoting the growth of self-government units and in other im- provements aimed to meet the growing needs of ' the women who- are enrolling in the University I in increasing numbers. DEAN MASON College of Medicine The College of Medicine of the University of Illinois requires for entrance fifteen units of high school work from an accredited High School, elght units of which must be in prescribed subjectsg and two years of collegiate work in a recognized College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or University, forty se- mester hours of which must be in prescribed sub- 7 'ects. J The B. S. degree is conferred upon students in the College of Medicine at the completion of the first two years of the curriculum, provided certain standards of scholarships have been met. For the degree of Doctor of Medicine the completion of the four-year curriculum and a year of lnterneslup in an approved hospital are required. f The number of students registered in the Col- lege for the year 1919-1920 is 265. I Great efforts have been made to establish a re- search atmosphere in this College so that the stu- dent will become infected with this idea andiapply the same in the practice of medlcme. This has been especially true of the work in the first two years. With the clinical facilities that will be- come available through the affiliation with the De- partment of Public Welfare, the clinical instruc- tion in this College will be placed on a very much better basis. In addition to this, there will be ample opportunity for the development of the re- search spirit in the work of these two years. The new buildings that will be erected under this plan - will consist of a clinical laboratory building, an DEAN EYCLESHYMER eye and ear infirmary, an orthopedic institute and a psychopathic institute. This is but the first step toward the establishment of one of the largest medical institutes in the country. The College is situated in the west side hospital district of Chicago. This part of the city is one of the greatest medical centers in the world. Twenty-six l College of Dentistry There are enrolled in the College of Dentistry at the present time 196 students distributed as follows: Freshmen, 1085 Sophomores, 415 Juniors, 28g Seniors, 155 Special, 4. The small Senior enrollment is due to the fact that the department changed in 1916 from a three to a four year curriculum. The present Senior Class represented the transitional year. The relatively small enrollment in the Sophomore and Junior classes is due to the war program. The facilities of the college at the present time permit only 100 Freshmen, although over 200 ap- plications for the Freshman Class were received this fall. The budget appropriations made by the Board of Trustees for the session 1919-20 amount to 3S65,040.00. While this sum does not include the salaries of teachers who are members of both faculties in medicine and dentistry, and does not include the expense of maintaining the labora- ' tories in the departments of anatomy, chemistry, physiology, pathology, etc., it is, nevertheless, inadequate for the purposes at hand. The de- partment, however, is probably not unique in this particular. Our future hopes include a new building which will house the college in terms of adequate equipment, space, heat, light, etc. 1 D A The trend of dental education is most encouraging. The Dental Faculties Asso- ciation, which is made up of ten of the best university dental schools in the country, have voted to require one year of college for admission to the dental curriculum begin- ning with the session 1921. It is hoped that as soon after as is consistent with the needs, two years of college may be required. Then the dental student and the medical student will be on an educational parity. When this condition has been reached, all of the fundamental sciences may be taken by the two groups in the same class-room. The dentist will then be in deed and ,in truth a medical specialist, and will be able to func- tionate with the physician in both the prevention and treatment of diseases. DEAN MOOREHEAD School of Pharmacy The School of Pharmacy was filled to over- flowing this year, no doubt in part as the result of so many young men returning from the war and taking up their school work anew. Two hun- dred and ten students were enrolled-the utmost limit of the school's capacity and a dozen or more who came later were turned away. This is an increase over last year of nearly one hundred students. One of the faculty members was re- tired through having reached the age limit and one of the younger men resigned. Three addi- tions to the faculty have been made during the year and there are now eight full-time and one part-time faculty members. The annual budget of the School of Pharmacy amounts to S529,374. The'courses ofered comprise a two-year course leading to the degree of Graduate in pharmacy, which prepares young men and young women for pharmacy as practiced in the retail drug store: also a three-year course leading to the degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist which pre- pares for manufacturing pharmacy as carried On- in pharmaceutical industries and comprises DEAN DAY chiefly the manufacture and testing of drugs and chemicals. T ""'7'f57I-Sc'1r1"n VJ, 0 1 .1 ,.!- 1' p'1'k -A .f , .A ,,1,.41-.H pi. 'i ' ,. 'if , fm, -' 5' - 1 ' - 5'."', -1 1 'li , f , , --135,10 ru. V7 f mg-?giffAf f ' V li 5 it 1 ffl iffjfg ?, fJri li,,, 5 'Q' . 'if' lf U - - :SA--if VJ71 H W9-'W ifiggf Mg. ffu 'J 1: '- va-Y45 H5131 hr -21, fan w we-un' milf ll Hifi? .1 , Wg gif! ' ,QF lxfklix, igfgw 1,-f up rf . ww 'Wi ii?-T. 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ANDERSON RUBY TURNQUIS1' Secretary MILDRED KNAPHEIDE Thirtyfthrce 1 'IL-IlL1132.ll.1.ULYLlLl'AL1fg11 .zzulyfuu-.grin Q "U U-f3Ei15J45'Qx,x.xi 1Q5Lf5.1,1.'rzx:1u,,'g1:uv-.5.,:1::gj,,x1.,n,...-,dug-.1x.g5uj,.:i K 5:51 ' uf-'-'riflgr'W""LQ'J11Cu1'1 A , ' 'N -HW? ym.':yf?J3l'-Gnlvct lYdFNf2'iWllk1KfTf'jXf,b'j4ffI1'1YF1'tiyfiiaxk .flv.l'w5Rx,x9K.AxQl,IH gm XQrtxyXg.5w--,X Lima, 1. 4' my Hwy Yx KSN4.Wq,Y'X1 Pvf 1-"V '-47 "- 'f' f'l' 1" ' ' +11--vinx'XL1'4,1.,','V,v,1,,1,HQ' ,X, ',,,' N' .' ' E. O , lit-LY: .f.-':,f':HA.fCg:n"gg '- :'-11 fwzgfw .."m'.'41,1,.'Cf.-.u,, ,gut f N xxx, L H: - -Q. .n,tf,Q'- 'u'.15'.' 5 ' Y N: W- F 1"R'L- V Senior Class Committees DOROTHY FRASER MELAINE SCHILLING LUCILLE BEEDY BERNADINE MURRAY EMMA KIRCHHOFER SENIOR MIXER COMMITTEE C. C. TAPSCOTT, Chairman MYNETTA ENGELLAND ESTHER KINSEY G. S. FITZHUGH F. W. BECKER W. H. MARTIN SENIOR INVITATION COMMITTEE VIRGINIA FRISEEE MILDRED JOHNSON MILDRED KNAPHEIDE CAROLINE MANSPEAKER LILLIAN BAETHKE J oHN INGWERSEN H. BOESCHENSTEIN PAUL TAYLOR F. D. BALL - O. J. CREWS R. C. HAAs AUSTIN Fox H. F. DOTY 0. J. CREWS S. D. OWEN W. S. ARRASMITH P. R. MELANGTON W. J. CARTIIAUS, Clw.ir'mam. S. M. JULIAN F. E. BRYA T. E, KENNEDY E. A. BIEDERMAN R. E. RISLEY SENIOR SMOKER COMMITTEE I. B. GOBEL, Chairman AUSTIN Fox JOHN THOMAS H. W. OSTROM , W. B. Cox D. A. WARI-'oRD SENIOR MEMORIAL COMMITTEE VICTOR CULLIN, Chairman A. J. JANATA K. L. WILSON S. I. HEIKES MYNETTA ENGELLAND EMMA E. KIRCHHOFER WINIFRED CARLSON KATHERINE HUFF W. E. MCELDOWNEY J. B. MALLERS H. O. THOMAS E. E. MERKER J. F. SCHNELLBACHER R. O. METZLER W. E. KRIEGER F. G. MAURER O. J . FLEMING J. J . BICKEL P. A. WILLIAMS CHARLES CARROLL MILDRED KNAPHEIDE BEATRICE SNOW ADA PFITZENMEYER J. S. MOHR M. J. PEARCE G. W. Kocn Th.'i1'C1I'f Uur "Iv I" Senior Class Committees LILLIAN BAETHKE A. C. BECKEN F. G. MAURER AUSTIN Fox W. W. THORP LEAH ELDRIDGE H. HESEMAN RUTH BERNREUTER FRANCES SCONCE JOSEPHINE EDDY H. F. DOTY MYNETTA ENGELLAND H. V. 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EDMUND W. ALDERSON, fI1I'A Chicago Commerce. General Business Class Swimming 113. 123. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. RICHARD LEWIS ALDRICH Earlville Liberal Arts and Sciences Phllomathean. I ' f",F'w51ifn...,....q:n.q1"-'H " "9 u wc- ' ey..-V" A 1 NEWTON V. ALISON, BFE, BAWI' Champaign Commerce, Accountancy n I Chairman. Student Council 143: Senior Memorial Committee 143: -IUHIOI' Smoker Committee 133: Vice-President. Illinois Union 143. Machine Gun, 0. T. C., U. S. Army- HARRY KENNE'1'H'ALLEN, AEQ Broadlands ' Commerce, General Business Junior Intra-Mural Manager 133: In- tra-Mural Manager 143: Homecoming Committee 143. ' U. S. Naval Aviation. LAWRENCE Hom' ALLEN, GX - Indianapolis, Ind. Commerce, Accountancy Illini Stat! 123. U. S. Navy. THEODORE RAYMOND ALLEN, AZ Delavan Agriculture Agricultural Club. 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QL, HARRIETT MAYBELLE ANDERSON , Lieutenant' Infantry' U- S- Army- . U""?"" fill fgisgj L"'m' Am 'M SWWCUS J. H. AnMs'rnoNc, mo, AEP, ATP gg QF 35,3 . L Champaign 5 xggxj aw g :Q NORVAL EUGENE ANDERSON lglaiyan-da.: Cgorgxiliatufsta Aiilelphgc lug- 1255 Colorado Springs, Colorado D0 S- 1800115111 9 H 6 3 ino sf- ic - W Af: Engineering, Civil gan Debate wi' C' Afniican Qssocgztlont of Engineers 1 ,KQ4 Q'-E: :vi n ineer n o ie . '- .lqilg s. A. if-. c.. Iifniveriitby of xnunoas. EDNA MYRTLE ATKINSON S221 QQLLI Colfax QD lpfgf Liberal Arts and sceenm 4 ELIZABETH ANDREWS, Aclwth f ,aj T34 U""""' Er-H MoN'rGoME1zY Auzf H V42 clfgflig Liberal Arts and Sciences Jos Lampuas Texas ILC ON igll ., x , 1 1" urf13:slSg?l?:2x1og'2'IlllxEge My' Tren' Engineering, Electrical Lljj Second Lieutenant. Air Service, U. S. ,CQ A Am- A L. .rg RUSSELL EVANS APPLE I 'iid Robinson ERNEST ROLAND AULE if lijflii AUHWUWT9 ' Martinsville X fm' Agricultural Club. Aarzculture V 11 Q19 57? 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FREDERIC DUNHAM BALL, Acacw, Q Clinton LILIANGIEIAELTIZIISE' X Lgeralmerts gndh Sciencesc tm C SL ' : o ore oi on om- gaaw Liberal Arts and Sciences mitgenel 1238: JUo!g0TmC8D Committee 125: 274 . Yo Ma: German Club: Sophomore Co- Junior Prom . Commiftfe swf gmnliol' Y I ggion iggemmgnee 11122:-,fi genial' gnvimition ?Jrolx1?Al:5tegom?5tEee Pg-egifienten olgrexgnfn ia? 12ln:nSt11htcS215W fglmmiftggs C4lo?nnVlIgze1? Class 11j : Major: University 'Brigade 145. Ewa Yveglare Cominittee Student Captnm, Infantry, A. E. F. . X ounc: oman's eazue : erman 19.2, Play- THOMAS BAMFORD I Champaign gg, LUc1LE BAILIE Af""""'f"'9 P" Terre Haute, lndahna N? t Avricultnre. Hume Economics ANNA DEWEL EQIZCROFT' rim r, 3 'r Ligera1lAArt6V and ,Scignlffsi A 5-'13 I t t ' tl I R15 WALTER RILEY BAFER' AXA Le gerca Fra21Tgg?Bask3tbgll Fg?c:aBz?:e- .jr LaFayette, Indzana ball 183: Womgan's Wgr Relief Commit- Aariaulture we C37 2 Vice-Presxdent Sophomore ISK. Class Fwtbau MJ. . Blgigxae 123: Treasurer, Junior Illxnae. x 4 - ,-: . 6515 F ARTHUR ERNEST BALDWIN, TKE HAZEL B- EtAR'gcKMAN' MB D rea, or fg, Commerce Gmemlmgmy Agriculture, Home Economies rw-fl ' 'xmas' Woman's Athletic Association: Hockey U- S- NBVY- 112, 127: Bowling 183: Basketball 127. :FS r .I f Forty-three I x- -f-' -u15-,L - - ' '- uiggfzgff' ' "M '1'X+1C11hiwG'if 1,uJuiii"1JTI4Q D711 ffl me? N -' -- ,Q U, J ,sk "' N . .lv i, ,-, I.. lb 'ni l',:' ' Qian 1, w -..' 5 W?" ?Il7"f5f'l T L .A liifiil rtllflfi 5213: 1155? pil' lf.. . 5 ,nys-.gl ,1 . ,. il 'f .f g:l5fL'! lim!! .'1'- . 1 wg- 1 N kn, .4 . . ,M liS?3"7l 1:74. '. 4.15. , ' , HM 1 lfliell ln.. W' lr ae-ll 1. 1? X19 ll Aj'1"' i. S153 ' Z E, 99? lrllllii, TRI. . J 'L SL ' l 'Luk' . rx: Pfwl 1 11-'1-fi lljlx lj- 9 511255 ,QQ N33 . 'x VJ. up Vx' .H . ., ,X Dina' .ll Q.. Q1 X39 .Liu-I. QW ' Lf lllgrgl lim 5,3 -1 amflx ffl P1255 lim. l ij? 1 F291 w 91.1, T, iii' 'U'-rf. I Citi 1 il Jgfflbl Y 2 1 J 'K 1' will-' l 'T-.-1 'V -x'?"L.f' L' . 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I flffb 7 .2 sh , LQ J F5273 1:71, If-1.1 I-Lv, l E' lieu 'zfiff 'PE-I'1:, !IlfQ-im, 15931. 1' I I fgxiqj, 1515111 I 1225 5 SIC.-'Mg .ISFEI HM FPR 924 1 U., . gr- 1 ,UF ui? 2 'Ny-' iwitli- L1:'.I.,' IVIIILIIZAL I J., ., RUM. Vim, ,Q 5... , .7 151.1 I 1,1 , 1 ff .9 lf' 77f,fC1'.4 215255 aw? 9512! H541 lfxififf 71131: M fglflu :f'f','1 3311 I, E81 me Y- . 1 , , . 5441 5337 QTW mf-ffl? I If ' Qui 35.5 n fl-'V , I 'ff-' I I 71,1 Wff HILLIS ELWYN BARBAR ARTHUR L, BARTON, ZNII, IPAQ La Fox L New York City 'Kring - aw ' 1-- Amfwuuure, Ma.-Wan-Da: Home Coming Committee V.'ff'f5! COSNUPOIIUUI- 147: United War Work Campaign 137: ,'Qi,j,j , Varsity Cheer Leader 137. 147: Student rg: Cofn?cilt147 bHIg'IorCCox6mEslcxx 137. 147. QI n an ry . . . . . rmy. WILBUR BARRETT BARBER, ZH ' ' ijg-L .mm ' FRED BAss Enaineerinm Electrical Amstrmg F h V 't W t B k tball . -xi' 117xIeghinr:Ry Foiaxtimaauil 18733-arsit5sVs'ater AWf'f'W"0' Fam M"""0'f"'e"P 'rggygl Bielgefebggi 127, qty E911 Illia s1Eff,F Agrxcultural Club: Prelimmary Hon- Jul , I , , , Ors- ji "' eu ew' n an 'Y s. A. T. c.. Unxvmiey of Illinois. ?,,'f new ANNIE ELIZA BARKER HARRIEEBJSJIEETERTON ilggl Bzmdville Liberal Arts and Sciences .gif Liberal Arts and Sciences Basketball 731' HH EMILY ELIZABETH BAYLEY, AXQ EMORY MERRILL BARKOW, SAX Liberal Am andvglgxces - ' f. AU'ricultu're Chicago Alethonai: Le Cercle Francais: Man- . ager, Doll. Show 137: Vice-President. ITEM-.' Siren Staff 127, Co-Ed Carnival 147. Sophomore mmae fm: Historian' Junior Ambulance Servwe' A- E- F- Illinae can 1 Second cabinee, Y. w. c. A. 159.41 my Fxrst Cabinet, Y. w. c. A. WILLIAM HENRY BARTLETT, EH VIOLET ELIZABETH BEAN Fairbury Blue Mound jyf Agriculture Liberal Arla and Sciences Q I-1535? I 'fl' 7 'Jeff Forty-four ' "Mb: 'Hifi' 12. "fl 714.45'i:"iQ'1gzI':1,,.,:g - 1i:fg--.-A fx'-"zz-.fa 315.iii-,Vff1IQs???1i:sEif?Wf:f1.g fitffixfzwffvpla-f:'??i5T1I if'viva:f.'-wt.:If3flf:!wH1'X 'W 1 N, 'r ,-C tl, ,. ,V f J. , ,, AL ,j . 1 , . . rf, , ,,..- ,.-. , , 5 fx .Y Iggg 11521 I'1-,Lf-144-,,-.,--A.,-...-.... -., ...,-,-....-..-..-.,. -..,,, -U-fin -',1 - f,-:,','.. lj 1: :w:,:-1: ku,-'F vi. f f rv 'v.ff-',."1-',w.,rm1. 5:-,1 " 1' cav- I L 1, IO. ,',?45fs:Lx::'P 2.1B:.fQi:.'b3i2Llsi2LQf:x3lfa:2g.:.rfs.2iilxffif ' ea- il I ai .+P- Jxail :wan X535 4 15? :Le Qfifv aw Wig gpfcf fat rr?" 15.-1 .ix 1"3':'-4 V 551 Mtg! ff: M33 llijvkl liffzf -+531 Q1 r - Kid W9 iq'-IE fn 18.5 in 'iqgb f f: V1 9 ii? Wir. ' "1 1.1933 ,'f'27? Efiijl Wi IILQIJII fwfr" will Q92 V253 cf- - .f. ml ffl 2:5 M , ,1 fist El-97 f- ' :3'6'?l --LN Hi ld 51:3 165 WG' gang r 4" 1.- , -5' ' . 1 my fi 5311 W :Pj ' 515'-51551 I ,gym ALBERT CHARLES BECKEN, JR., XB HAROLD P. BELL, XB, Brz, BMI AVLCIAI Ijgrf Park Ridge G Czwigwo ipgfgfig TQ., Cam er , Ge l B ' Cmnmcrce enera qsiness ..:'fv7, :ggi E qogmggce CHQ? Jugfg-wgB,istant Fgbb- Commerce Club: .Scrxbblers Club: Busi- Mgr' ','2'3 ball Manager 181 : Baseball Manager RSSB, Manager Illmoxs MBBHQIHG 147 ,ig 143 I Junior Prom Committee 183 : Chaxrman. Senior Hat Committee 147 . Vjm- vpfj .1 Home-coming Committee 143 : Illinois Home-coming Commlttee 143- , I fb ! 'ii gnignl Secretary, Athletic B031-d gf S. A. T. C., IUHIVEPBIIZY of IHIDOIS. Eqqgjiti 1.5, on ro . I 1,Q.'V Infantry 0. T. C.. U. S. Army. JOHN HASLETT BELL .Qi I FREDERICK WILLIAM BEGKER, ABQ Rushmle ilk? Chivlwv Aaiicultureb Lgndrelgapei .iii-rchitecturc ,,fj2f'I gs , Comme General B ' nsign, . . ava eserve. mlfz. :QD E Junicxe' Cap Comr:IL?lZeL:ss13l I Senior ffy, '-S I Mixer Committee 145. ' ,3'-13.1. gig A U. s. Navy. LowELL BELL, IEII gilwjir -pf ' LUCILLE EMILY BEEDY, AI' West .York ifqilf. tg,-511 Mamma Liberal Arts and Sczences. Chemistry !Z',fi'i' IM! Liberal Arts and Sciences J Mathematitit Clube pfmical Club: Ming 1:25114 Alethenai: Senior Mixer Committee amesoman I emry one y' gl fWomag's iWelgzhIie Comznittees 187 1 . , .V MA ciiinikfnif. vi? ET A. 357 ' " ew' MARY ELIZABAELPH BELL, AAU, 1211 15:1 ampazgfn 1 'Vj E H125 HERBERT BISHOP BEIDLEIS AFX Liberal Arts amz sciences, chemistry 5? 11.5, QQ .4 b 1 a' .fx I lt. Cl b Ch 1 Cl b Illi 1, 15-,-1' u urn, n uma. grcu ure u : emxca u : - .j 1-xy Enyinegriny. Architectural nm! Chemwt staff MI' ilgjiy Keep Architectural Club: Captain University gpm ,718 Brigade. 187. gif! 'isgvg First Lieutenant. Infantry. A. E. F. ROBERT DANIEL BELL, GX ,Ly 'nl 3.61, J I, t ,Cla 'QNX' 013 116, 3 VE :L Q: FRANK MICHAEL BEIEN, Agriculture Vik ,fin ffgffil Swflmv Agricultural Club: Illinois Agrlculturist .wil Commerce, Accountanciy 113, 127, 133: "Ag" Dance Committee 4f:'3f,f frigm, S. A. T. C., Univers ty of Illinois. 143. 15111, Tllifii .15 Q life? ffja 1 fig-'Q 1 1552111 F0101-five :gf fx.: 'NI ,Q L' It.gif55?3f5.52:liTla,r1g:T5'?.gQQx21,i,143235:g.'.,TI.LI1:1lI.,-frllsigrv-x'x41,y'v55f:..,fL12ii-lfir-7Qig1:,,:1. .:,..: . x: .4 . :gag 11: fx '.:EJv'..,.g:: 9,1 -:..L:.:..-54 . , -. l., L7 if ffff A Y? llfii ' 'Q 'gli ,V I I, 1- . ,irwg .I--laps, M W I I I I .II 'hrflll' uf I 1? I'-flip Ilfi' If IQgjf:I Jlfjb I 1.- lu- 'LI IW 635 L' -. 1 I T V. I. 1 , ,Th I-Qi IQ' :if 5 lc! Hifi: fi -N 17.16 54. ,I lm W , K. 'c.' 1. IV., .-x. is IM Q, I' IQ. "gin, . .of 157 If. f 'L:'J '17, GLL -51 on 'lg fi N fi.-.i .K is X. -.,,l, -,..I , Q 1. I Q xj ,I 1. --wl- I, I Il -,'q, -'v ff.. I- L. IX., I.-", I -. Is. My nm. ,, I , I I 1 Il. . I4 , .Il V.. 2 . , . L-Y, I 1. 'UI kg .XII iiI I . .I -mf.. ,II II ,gy I , rg xii 1 I vii . ,mf ' 'II 5.41 , , VLADIMIR TANEE BELLEFF Stroumitza, Bulgaria Agriculvure Cosmopolitan Club: Horticultural Club. Infantry. A. E. F. BERTHA OLIVINE BELLE-ISLE Carthage Music Girl's Glee Club: Spaulding Guild. BASIL BENNETT, Acacia . Dudley Agriculture Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Track 111 :Varsity Track. 121. 131. 141 : Class Swimming 111 : Class Football 131. WAYNE ROSLEYN BENNETT, XXI' Washington Commerce. General Business Skull and Crescent: Ku Klux Klan: Freshman Varsity Basketball 111: Var- sity Track 131: Class Basketball 181: Junior Prom Committee 131 : Senior Hat Co lttee 4 Illi i Ui ' mm 1 1: nos non 1 Homecoming Committee 141. 81. 141. LOIS POPE BENSON, AAU Herrin Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenean: Achoth: Bethany Circle: FRED LEONARD BERG Moline Commerce U. S. Navy. HENRY LEE BERLINE White H all ' Agriculture 'Commerce Club: Horticultural Club. Air Service. U S. Army. CLIFFORD S. BERNARD, EN, ET Iowa. City. Iowa. Engineering, Architectural Scarab. RUTH ADA BERNREUTER, A011 I ' Nashville Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Council Woman's League 141. ROSCOE RICHARD BETZ, 'PT Oswego - Commerce. General Business Second Lieutenant. Field Artillery. Secretary. Sophomore Class 121. S. Army. " qu.: 1' L:::,.v,v-.,xi.f::1: . 1 5.1-41 I' --4:1-lf'-.V 7-icing: 5r...:f3:Ai':i.j-'.! J L 1 ,I ' f 1 'i"fH'f"..1'f'l-' 1 'Il' If. S-fjfi-'T,'if17,l:,EI , fn. -' 1 v-,n,v, Xu.. H ,K U. Forty-six .J .- ,,-N- 'r I... if 1 : --. ..- .. .fVX!fv.l.?lJ.iiJf.Zf1,' 1 1. 1 1, 1, ,:. iw A 1, 1 II I ,II it LI ,. I N .ll 4 M 1 1 J , TI ,K 1, ,S fl .I ,,! run I iz?-'J 'MCL 'i' , V. q. I:,L NF. II "-.1--JI V572 115.5 :WI LVL, ily' .I ,,', I. .LMI 'Suit f !il1lf.,! QW. 35.1, I 4. 531' H311 iii- Tm, ,. ., I ,lgsiil lg-?',j fi 4,- I Ffa' if I..- 'T' X., 'gil' yu 'fx Ivffzizl ,ug-.1 I I' ' 13. ., fit 'J U. liivf, VM-QV: WZ. If VIC JJ , ,fx 3351 7:11, -J 1. r-. 'IE . I 3 r i .., .X .Y-,i lflqi' wi - fl - ------.fn H , ...V I 4:-IV... 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BIEDERMANN, TKE 1312 111111015 Union 447- 11111. oak Park Commerce, General Business WYLIE BLOODGOOD '-'gf' Skull and Crescent: Senior Invitation Aurora Committee 147. I Engineering, Architectural li'-big! ALBERT GAIN BLACK, AEC? - Bushnell Guild: Gargoyle lf-'kii , P90144 CURTIS LOVE BOARDMAN, ZXII, TBII ff.--li Agriculture H 54 Scabbard and Blade: Agricultural Club: l ofmwton' ,zyjggi Captain, University Brigade 137. Engineering, Archztccture Afffll' U. S. Army. Preliminary Honors uffi. ELIZABETH BI-AKESI-EE, 1"I'B ARTHUR HAROLD BODENSCHATZ, ' Ch' 1"g'.2i Liberal Arts and ggizzzcs AXP' TBI-If HTEI ET In E, Home Economics Club. Chicano Wifi E' '.Mha'l ffl STAN'-EY WATERS BLISS, EN gixsdidg andccBlZ:'1c:: Editor Techno- .qfl . .Little Rock, Arkansas V graph 147: Chairman. Cadet Hop Com- 'Q-fii Enameermg, Architectural U mittee. 147: Chairman. Military 'Ball HQ-if Scarab: Scabbard and Blade: Military Committee. 147: Colonel. University Bri- .gjgv Ball Committee 187: Lieutenant-Colonel. gade 147: Student Council 147. I,V5,.,41 University Brigade 137. Second Lieutenant, Infantry. U. S. Captain. Field Artillery, A. E. I-'. Army. 1131321 iff li fill Forty-seven :4 Lil-, i.wi,?ffNf5f'r:lf3Q'x.Z.v:.,.!.',-,5Q,1,..1,,.i1111t. :vsqjiLi.1.1..ifx!iri5.-snip LgX..si'.,,5h1j.f-:'1 111951 x 4-gig.fxizsifru-Lg'1r:x'm, .,W.:.x" 'Lg.k.:.':,1g ::. if ,- I -'fl ,gc '-1 A1373:i2AQ'sgf'qLjyg24'wL., 3.3. .lp . . fl 1.1 ."'Wg:iY1..z'5V1,Yk:fa,f,3'71, 'Ty ' 'WI' .K 4 AI i ,, ' . -,v 4 fl 'J i. 'F 1- . gl . V! ai! q:i"1 Q i'7'wl Qty M - izif fi 'iilii ii?-'12, ii 457i iii ii 1-4 ' Q iff. :v X3 1,94 T Ev A i isiwfq i15,i.i IQ? .Q lLu.'.' ES?-iii !i5,.,l Y- 5 rg. if ' '. si l fi iii?-if ifdifg ,M . if "fi in ill: .L V i - 1 gm if 1,1 .Ni 1 -Iif ,E 1' 'li ii., W. 2 ili":,i"! 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I letic Association: Treasurer, Woman's Cosmonolitan Club: Prclxmmary Hon- League 147: Student Council Woman'n ozjsz Commercial Club: Sen1or.Hat Com- League 147: Hockey 117. 127. 137: mittee 147: Star Course Advxsory Board QD! Bowling 127. 137: Junior Mixer Com- 147. ,lifes nigxee 137: Co-Ed Carnival Committee U. S. Naval Reserve. , I I ' HAROLD BOESCHENSTEIN LOUIS F BORUCKI EX, EAX, Alix? , ' Ei Ed dsville ' Chicaya 5" Commerce. Ganaragiwaiusiness I I Engimednm Mechanical . . . . Ax :gtl3lilx:e7i7E:lNlg:g!taE:B3QI:E.DEqyKIEIgEngK ACm?m1cJInogf,an Club: Student Branch : o ' . : arman. ' ' ' ' Q. Junior Prom Committee 137: Chairman. second Lieutenant' Infantry' U' S' Q Homecoming Committee 147: Chairman, Army - S,-QP Honor Commission 1Summer. 19197. ICQ. First Lieutenant. Ordnance Depart- HOWARD RALPH BOSWORTH' HKN W ff ment, U. S. Army. Man in I PETER JOHN g3'gESEN, -PK. HKN Enmemg. Ezqcmw l Q2 Engineering' mect,go:l"'V Electrical Engineering Society. CLARENCE A. BONNEN 111K AZ , Mil ' ' NM BOUCHBR A ' lt I cub 147: Cl Fotbll - Wi" 147 gmsgrslg Baslgetball 127 :a1!.5assoBag4+ Liberal Ana and Sewage' A lm? 117x:,IllgIois A151-icultuzmt SSR 1127. 15113 : " ' ance ommi : re- iff, liminary 5-Ionors. HARVEY R' BOWDITCH' ZH' AZ 15.12, U. S. Navy Reserve. . UTBGM Allneulture ' ggffjl EDA MARIE Bonomrfr, Achoth. - Agricultural Club: "Ag" nance com- ,IIN Havafna mittee 147: Illinois Union 137. V5.1-' Liberal Arts and Sciences Machine Gun, 0. T. C.. U. S. Army. ,Ef1f.:5, u, 1 '1'l:f:, 22:7- Fartu-eight "7 'I' x,f,.,b,, ,.V1,,,.U:..3-,il.,,.,I5,,g, .,.p...,5,1,.,,gr3'i,4.T5.7!LIsIg.-g,,. ,g.1'5.f.,'-Q.:m:,,j,j.,. I-..1.I.-'.Q1:g:, -fffill-ii f I l1,jgA ,,g.'1Q Af, ',Ily..fl ,,',1, ,Ax1,y,1,,7'l.,'. -,.,1,1lI'.-fix I-3' 7 71. .llxiwg-V,:7,.,--. ' ' 1 ,ni-. silt- ,7j,5J,vg3 f w .ff ,,. g 'K'7.3,- nur '-Q ill! 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YU, Q M ARI ANN BRADT KK1-l TX ntglvllerngnginzzqering Club : American 3.-4 1 1 Association of Engineers : Gym Team 514.01 5 DeKalb cal, 441. K5 Lalml Arts and semen WALTER IsAnoRE BREGMAN, ZBT 53. Q35 ' Chicago N' jeff 53:1 OLIVER GALBR'?ITH BRAIN' ARP Commerce, General Business Chicano itFresIl'1m?gl nVa:'ESty 5e:iotba'?unfi1lgMY:gI: My Mg? A Engineering, Electrical 5 V 00 5 . ' 7 0 . V' l smblmra and Blade: Electrical En- C2m?"?W'i 4325 STD' H32 Commmee 11-Q12 glneering Society: Hazelton Medal 411. tfnkangrrgolb rfurbcufyans KAnZny M wjgqql Second Lieutenant, Infantry. A. E. F. ' ' ' " ' ' ' 1555! I-5? "iff ABRAHAM MEYER BREMER, ZBT My MILLARD EvERE'r'r BRAME I'2K DBPM l lf'-. LeRoy ' Commerce: AccofmtancyF h V i 15231 Aarieulture, Farm Mechanics Folgglafauyusoc ew ' res man rs ty yll Sewnd C18-Su Seam!-rl. U. S. Navy. U. S. Naval Reserve. Zh' .l ti.-. ffzifl fu l r 3 , .L 3 ,1 ,E , 'F N QQ Forty-nine ' .U gi inn' 'W2'Qf""'-1"'-1:-"- -run ' 7.2--' 1 'Q vvv. A .ff "W 22 'S-2' 5'-HT' 1f"" 'C' 'J-V' iv-'vffi - I-1 -1 -H, '."rrif:- ' '--2' ff if-az'--.-.aeex -'--: :- ,, , 5,-f , . R J , l. , L - 1351, L:g:1,'o"PQ-lQ2ll5f:'.gf-gg. -:iffy A ly7QiY'i5'f7lV7Y.v''ffWQ"VQWTfif,lff'l'Ql5Z1'rg'll3Ql'iWFll'?1TY LQ571Dm','S'f5f i'iI':5,f"ffINf' 171 will '7'ilj5l?Ff"?TVff"lTWTVQ alll' rifjfqfflffwlii yea?5lQlvS?lf2lkQl-i.i2QlsfsQQQE'1Wf?jY2lQ ilfQ .5 mug I ll lel A fel QQ Q Q C3323 GD Qi? iw GDT , it : J L ff .5 C ' ' Q 5 3 , lil 5. u 2 ' fl : ,f QE: 2'-. 1 A vi, is E' Cf.. "' f .Q l CQ Kill Q Q EQ' GE 1339 S522 ' CLELLA MAE BRICKLEY HELEN BROSHAR 5531 ' Berne, Indiana Champaign E QQ f Liberal Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts and Sciences 1537 2 5' ' Alethenai : Student Council Woman's 5 C3 L lap P ll l H 55 54, eague : re m nary onors. 5, , Q 5 ll R33 ELIZABETH MAURY Bno.mHUns'r l 55? iq yrbm RALPH HADDEN BROWN -7-Q Liberal Arts and Sciences - 014381 - Agriculture K - f .- Agricultural Club. , 5. fs S. A. T. C.. Universlty of Illinois. :p f A MARION BROLIN, AEA A Li ' Rockford ' CGD' S. 1 , .3 Liberal Arts and Selbnces MARJORIE JANE BROWNE I QQ Alton , Liberal Arts and Sciences E lifl.: , GS' :li ALVIN C BROMM 'PFA 'V' ' CL15, '. . ' . . U NEMEYER 45' gpg I Evansville, Indiana H R BR N Aurmia' Falm House gg A arleulture Amiwuure E Cf? , "il-' Hl '61 U. L. A. S. X ' I H -, : Af 'Sf F, University ales and Mandolin Club qzl, RQD' 141: Agricultural Glee Club 419. mg Cay N? 6grLgultuxBliClulg I-gala! aandfgorn Club: g L. , ap ln, n versl y r a e . g -, JOSEPH CHANEY BROOKS Field Artillery, O.. TF C., U- S. Army. FTC l Forrestam 5 Fli Agriculture MIRIAM GERTRUDE Bucx HAdel1alfii: ggriculturals Clsxbgclilaoof and Vincennes, indium- F-:Tl orn u : reasurer, en or ss g . . ,N-1 i Star Course Board of Directors 447: L'beml.A"t' amd Scwncas :QQ rap Board of Oratory and Debate 143. Chemlcal Club. EQ l i , - . u - . QM " H v l S? Flfw 53? 165 .1 - .,. .. ,. , . .,.... l ,Qi ,..' ,wsu-. , . ,K . 1 , . If .WMA-,,,. 4, '7 X .1 fii1g15f.W5wEgif5w25fizfswriwzas' 21 wf. 3i23i:?F5'f2QT-lf?" X' 'QQ' 541 zegfm4lg5gi5imgRHi15jM5f"Ifla?6:CISEQTHSW Ll: ff: ' Yflvu IQ! V L' I' 4' Pdf: . U' ' ee 191 SJ f 6? Ev 'I f ,E A. , 55 4 gg? , , 'QQ 'GJ , nfl- ' Ss - 4 :', , is .Zyl , fri! l ,fi NN l. 1 QD - qu I 25 A ,il 'fi fx . 'N 1 9,1 65 SLI cf? ,u ,, 7 ,f ,C5 n cg l iw? ki ' f C22 as ' 9 955 , . - Q55 C59 5555 353 WILLIAM L. BUHRMAN, XB, QBII RALPH FRANCIS BURNS, EH We egg, Nashville se. Louis. Mamma 'egg S-, Liberal Arts and Sciences. Medicine I Commerce, Foreign Commerce -il? ' 2692 5 A ILLIAM . . xl 3235 W B Bglfg' Farm Home KARL A. BURNSIDE, ATA, ET if Fl Agriculture g , - ' Orleans. Iowa 1-24 gg Clanimltuml Clllbf Hoof' and Hom Engineering, Architectural yd U.. S. Army. Scarab: Junior Assistant Circus Man- QE . 1 aggllrlerlcan Ambulance Field. Service. 5 JOHN A. BURKE, que, GT, HTE Exncgz Eeclgnd Lleutenant Field Artxl- . Champaign ' ' "V X Es.f?fm'aU'CMm:fmfi - C V ll an FESCGU I 0111200111111 Om' T. my summer Honor Corgmission LUCIE PAULINE BURWASH, AO1'I QQ if ' ' Champaign 'ffjif 2 usgeorxirmylrieutenant, Field Artillery, Liberal Arts and Sciences A Home Economics Club. '29 ' I HOWARD C. BURLESON, QKT campaign MARGARET J. BUSEY, AX9, IEII will fig Commerce. General Business U,baM ,.'fgb'J KEQB 1 Axgrggeant' Quartermaster Corps' U' S' Liberal Arts and Sciences. Chemistry 'ay ' Aleuhenai. - 5. 95 Q PAUL B, BURLEY, TKE, HKN, BT 65. W5 , , L"?""'1"' FLORENCE GENEvIEvE BUSHNELL Egif Engmeermg, Eleclrzeal Chicago '1-.jj I U . ' . Q., FY U. S Naval Reserve. Woman's Welfare Committee, 441. 3 CQ ' ,Jw-. 1 If I-fum ' -RJ. 515i 'iii I y -I-ff 1- ,.-. Q2 Fifty-one 4 - '- - A .--A-...L,-...,- ,.,, -,-,,,.,.,,,,., , ,. ., A, W, ..-VW A... - .. ,, . . .,, . , . . , A A , MUD' f gs' j . 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Captain 'lflji Q5 Chicago 123, 183. 143 : Varsity, 'Ba.seballEdgf3. 1 ,f-1 p7-YQ, Chemical En .Marin 183 : Illlnl Staff 183 , oman s or 96.3 U' 17 V 143: United War Fund Campaign 183: ,ite 5... Chemical Club. First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 183 : Advisory 53-1, 153: S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. Board, Y. W. C. A. 183. 1433 Semor 65,1 565 Advisory Board 143. p .A TYRoNNE M, CANNON x.? SQ ANNA MABEL CAMPBELL Acacia, 1-311, 111-2. l Q3 Kansas City, Missouri . . Rapqtee Q 7,753 ' Liberal Arts and Sciences E"Vm59"'mV' Meehanwd Q' ag Yi.. fl Woman's Welfare Committee 143 ' Stu- Efsebau ma' ftw' U A 115351 1c?3 dent Council Woman's League 143. :gat elgemmt' n Entry' ' S' my' 25233 V173 UTH IDWELL APRON KK1' "3 4 . cmmwfwv ' M239 ISABEL CATHERINE CAMPBELL L""""' Am W' S"m" l 633 f5,LL,Hi Hanover RALPH A.ACAR.glSBN, YIIT, BFE, BAKI' Liberal Arts and Sciences Cmnmefce, Acowntffggo .ffl Student Council Woman's League 143 Sachem: Commerce Club: Pierrotsj 1,-1' UQ.: 1 Helmet: University Band 113. 123 : 1 gghj . grgersogggzposer, 1916 and 1917: !.??,w LESTER CLOYD CANNON' Acacw' Ensign, U. S. Naval Aviation. 33-111 TWG' Hin CARL BERNARD CARLSON V-99 Agriculture , St. Chwrles' f,- 3,151 University of Illinois Military Band 113 Eng-irwvrifgd. Civil ll' ji.. 'fLj.g, 123. 183. 143. Cxvil Englnerlng Society: Class Bowl- mul. ,g5-,W Postal Express Service. A. E. F. init 113. 12 : Varsity Bowling, 183. bfcif' 13,35 Private, nglneers. A. E. . Ei ' 111:55 -'Nfl Nfl' "jffl ,fl -4 5 Fifty-two ly gl 11.1 l J," 34 53f':.1gxj"' 'mir zjgzaziil' :P 1111.14 :::g:.1.u1:vx1. , :15-,x:u::...:nL:..x1:,y -fi.:-Q lxvli 5:,::1: :1u:x:.gz:, .:zn:L:.. 4 ' rr :'.,1-"-4. ::::::.7xi,i '41, "'1 A if , ral:??Qfffffaffqgfaiw 1 .f.wf4f.1ff3a.4fmfi2f.s, , 'f'?'Q21f..ifffffl .3 ll 1 15 J 1- -5-rf' , V. .-.1 ff-J -,.l lffmfl Q31 ' Tix pg- .ffffiii .ef f. 'Yr fix tiff? 192' 5 I LL 25331 Ximolcfiff L ri +31 2141 - , , Vi.':.7w iff v ,iff- 955:52 .ISLE ffl .:, .I V,-.X isa: W N-J.. 'rm fi isif -19' lhjrg fm Wx eil 5193? ' fi f Q-wif if 3 'Qi' iejn, Eg' Eiirj 513' W EF:-E r' 9 cijfi 573' fri .QP ik H iii" MY iw is ,ix I if 2 YS? Qi .QRJ A. -A3 Q5 IC ff . "7" I 1.51 1. , , x at N WINIFRED JEAN CARLSON, KA6 WILLIAM JAMES CARTHAUS, KE - Chicago ' St. Louie, Missouri Qfuj gg, Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Engineering til Senior Memorial Committee Q-0. Chemical Club: American Chemical , f - Society: Assistant Business Manager. .Qi QS? I , E919 algo: tgiairman, Senior Invitation Q., 5-, r' , omm e . fb. L SIDNEY SYEVESTZIR CARNEY A Second Lieutenant, Infantry. U. S. Q 1, lewafr Tmy- ,Q-51 33. A . vwx egg A gricalture Ni Agri ltu 1 Cl b. Q seccilg Llleubenliint, Field Artillery U. s. EVELYN MILDRED CESSNA 55 Army. ' Oak Park QL ggi Liberal Am amz sciences Q 1 HENRY HAVENS CARRITHERS AFP A 3354 QQ ,1 Hmmm ' DELOS M. CHALCRAFT, Farm House riff' R539 Agriculture, Animal Husbandry ' A . Albin .Q . . griculture 1-gb, G5 .I Agricultural Club: Senior Hobo Com- . fi L41 mittee 44, ' Agricultural Club : Hoof and Horn Qi, Lge 1 First Lieutenant, Air service, U. s. Club? Class Basketbsll 417- 429 2 Bower .7352 W vi W Army, 123 : Illinois Magazine Staff 121, UQ : .Lam tlJil:axgixe:Ei:Iz:1!In:lngt4,Committee 145 2 Senior i'Mgf ,a , . v if--Q ' s i. E ' . A. E. F. ELLA BEATRICE CARROLL mn ngmem ,lf Greenville V ULQEEQ Liberal Arts and Sciences MILDRED CARRIE CHAMBERS Hi, '- Des Moines, Iowa .QQ ,551 Liberal Arts and Sciences 'YGQJ 'Q FRANK STANLEY CARTER, ZKIJE 5153. . n Liichyiezd CHIA CHIEH CHANG 1 , Engmermg, Electrical . Peking, China Electrical Engneermg Society. Enginering, Mechanical Gjiy lim U. S. Naval eserve. Chinese Students' Club. Y I ' . 15:2 gi 1 .2 EQ' I Egg YGB i -:fi Fifty-:hm lgfgfij L 'r,fPiA-"W " '-Anzac:-A'--W -:'-iilzliiriifbfffiiiz .5437-M ' ' zingyjqi' "A 1"-'xgrigjg iii Q-1.-:w'f:.u 'nn3...q'ivU, ju'-51,3-cF1i'ff W-,. an-it J., ,LE AM .i L. wi s ,M Qrefs-?K9?J?9-we 1 .. ,. ie. , -21 ,, ,ew We .1 ,f, 1- qfl-fy. 4 , .b i, ......... li... - Mi, CQ.iQZYUJ.:Sybil-':5f45ff.l.YF2'f?f?K55?fDfGW-fa ?.lff?4ii'? Effie: Qisiflsif1?f.e'1ffi2Sif1fX.frilfisnfiizziia.'effA-w2f.fiif1ffSiiwfXf1cE:+lavi:2sf?7Qiifffiwi. . ,.s F1 -a Q Q1 'ki .. '1 , . Q.. f - 1 . L 10212-'..X s 'A Tees- . . eeTe...s-.-s,.,. ...,. ..,- .,.- .R . .1 ll LIU.-. 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' Commerce, General Business Hg:-5 fail? S- A- T- C-I UHWCISIW Of Illinm- Philomathean: Illini Business suse qsy, msg, 'f, Eli 147. . IL '5 ,5- w-s..1: ANNA BELLE CHASE ,LW l3'P"' n K lb fr?-" will Liberal Arts .ma geignces ALBERT LEROY CLARK. A24' "gif sl- Igggfl. A GEORGE PHILLIP CHRIST Ammuure .saga I Vw l Quincy Agricultural Clubj Freshman Varsity ls'-'QU1 Chcmzeal Engineering n Football ill : Varsity Football 621, 187, lifi' Lgfglg Chemical Club: U. S. S. Illini: Amen- HD: Senior Memorial Committee MJ. flfqgg, ,1,,.g,, can Association of Engineers: Freshman Corporal, Field Artillery, A. E. F. ,gs-. lyvp Varsity Water Basketball Q13 : Varsity :hug llfggii Yg1:terQ2?aslEca13ballMg2J :ClClasss Swimnargg I C Epgalay . . . . : as , LAR Y 'ftjl 125. 133 : Illinois Chemizt C31 I EPHRAIM STUART, K' TKE .-.W Junior Cap Committee 631. Eure o .,j--:,' .,5,'Wl'i U. S. Navy. Commerce, General Business IQSEU-. .W U l 't f Ill' ' M'lita B d. 15,21 .ggll ROBERT J. CHRIST, AXP, GT Asggsilisl Bfigumnsmttfsgrlffsnfsyy. alll. s. Q Q11 Chicago rmy' llfgj Z sg. Engineering, Civil A +1-. fi 3 '3 Ci il E ' ' S ' t , A ' gil-C' :ills Asssllslis.TgS?eE'QIL'ii.ssss'2c?.3'ssk f5'f'lZ'3'f Hlmow DEAN cms ga? gg... mg Class Bsskstbsll ul, lzm, lay: Hincklgy l f-Q91 ,xii Class Baseball ul. 421. cam. . iff. .ff-.lf Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. Cmnmefcel General BWWWS3 It 351' Lg...-411 S- Army. Private, Tank Corps, U. S. Army- MF, lf - fn 'A ul. ...ill 23:74- -:fi will ffl 1 1 Fifty-four .f' x ' hi, :Qs-f'f,lf1:i' xv" F - 'I' " 'ffl' 'Y 'F I2r:.:'.Jn1-1' A' ' , I L: ' ' i 5' it "WT ""T jg: '1--V-r. ff' 11.41 '1: .::z.g1:' 3.71. ' '-gigzfrczziz f -fvfwjjgi, it 1' 'Q A 44. LW 33 .4 'rg -J . 1 ' i, .u rel - ,.r V ,il V 'r-sb X. 7. vw ,f 11. 1,1 .. . '-1 v 1 x -'f 1 -n, - W-ff'-1 ie- iT?" -'fff f-'ff'i'l'32i 5 I I A L '- v " ' Q. ,,,. ij! A' ,ii-9. V4 'Sl' fifty rf? 'i ' ff: 1 w EYE! 11.11. 'ftfkilf iiliiiip I ' j 1 liiff '-fill W1 1 fail M51 in li R j it-JP lsiffw W. iff ffsiw 115,51 lid, 'Q Q12 TLV Iifikl ggiqz 'tgp' XLVCHQSAI 'jay' ,:- -' EYE? H5257 12' EICIIW4 fob' 5"Q ffiq 1 QQ, ,E , Lifill WD im iiljiiff iii E .E :Sidi ff'Q.x'! itlffx. fi, I pi "LF" ff? .liffai 'ffl ' wi - wf .31 ill? iiasijri JENNIE EH CLARK, IEII HELEN DOROTHY COBB fiifiirgn if-,ll 871711 I 71 V mi. Liberal Am and sciences ' . Battelle ig, .wifi clliome Economics giubs Lake Gene-va Liberal Arts and Sciences ink-L ff' u . - I - .CJ 'Hifi , , e ilk! 54? MARsHALLCaS',5f:1fT CLARK FLORENCE ALIVILDA CocHRAN 'ffl . - ' :QQ , 1 Aarwulbure CMMPGOW li 1 i ' gm Second Lieutenant, Air Service, A. Libgrqlilrtg and sciences E' F' Student Council Woman's League 145: g.l,f-'ng Qfff' Woman's Welfare League 145. V114-Qi CHESTER WILSON CLEVELAND Egigijg, .nw EX, mx, UAE ww QQ- Plymouth Indiana "19- QNQ51 Liberal Arts ami Sciences. Journalism RUSSELL WILLIAM COCHRAN Iii, 1551? Mlllinxu Stag1d11D. 123 : News Editor 137 : Champaign 4 iii, Hx- 4 oas 1 or : ' , . . . . ml. fi, N ing Program Comm?ttrgean147 ?mtS'e:r?igr U- S- NBVY- L, Hobo Band Committee in 1 Winner, mio ei, 155.54 Roast Cup 133 . V -ly :V '51 9' 1 Jef.. 2 I WOOLDRIDGE K. CLIFFORD ELNOR DELL COLLINGS 4:15 1.35451 Fw,-fm House, AZ Spring Valley A , I Or-Lon Liberal Arts and Sciences :I-Znglgmgrd Horn Club: Agricultural sergeant' Infantry' A' E' F' ICIEIIIJOZS Class Football 145 g Preliminary iQ w ' . . . "Vg:- S'SXe'c:g. Lieutenant, Field Artillery. U. WILLIAM TRACY COLWELL, TBH E H Ottawa iff! PAUL DUNHAM CLOSE, A2-11, HTE Engineering. ciiiz 13,5 LEQLQ . , Chicago Civil Engineering Society: American Q QE! i Engineering, Mechanical Association of Engineers. gill 151, if Student Branch A. S. M. E. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. W 73 1--E154 1 3? 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Iowa. Class Basketball CID: Junior Smoker gf ji 1 Committee 181. ,gf lrxffl ' l 5" ' " , L Trl' gm KENYON P. CoMs'rocK,, AKE ISADORE EARL COOPER Agriculture Chicago f chicago .5551 Student opera my Liberal Arts and Sciences. Chemistry Lieutenant' Ah- Selly,-ice, A, E, F, Qhemical Club: American Chemical wif? Socxetyg Class Soccer Ml. K 1 ' 9 EQ? of QM FRANK W- CONDON HAnoLn FLEMING Corn, fIwKz: C5 ,irfgf East Las Vegas, New Mexico Champaign '65 K-"j.EQ:!l E'g5!TWi0'?n:7:EElQC9H0?l S iet Liberal Arts and Sciences. Journalism Nic, ec r ca nglneer ng Oc Sf. . Ad I hi : Ilu ' Stag QD' 42, 5 M - , Qyj YQKEEE S. A. T. C.. University of Illmoxs. Egiiiimgagguigg 152540: Drum Magik. gn --fifi 1 ' ' W1 ' -sflf' 0541 '15 MARGARET ADELE CoNDoN 'bfi wil, , shsfieza ESTHER CORBETT 6415 . in Eduwtwn Edwardsville is 'Q131-is Spalding Guild- , Agriculture, Hume Economics .QQ ,J 45.1 Womans Welfare Comrmttee 141. Q.-,,1 KATHARINE CORCORAN, GCPA EC -55241 MAE CONLEY I Galena Sheldon Liberal Arts and Sciences Q31 111,-,fill Liberal Arts and Sciences Spaulding Guild. ,CSE Vlfll 1 . STV n Fzftu-sm: 1 -.Q 1- V-fgll V H , , , ..,. -. .LW Y. ,W .. , ,. - .AW ,, , ,, 1 Ci: ' -1'-f:1?5F1fi1P.?Q'1f2f1?i45 111-ffff FEJSGJGF-U, if 1. ji ' ' ' 23P'mT:f3+21X1 , A :5.1q'. 'ff-f"',,Q'f'?'Z?""'7T'? X- 1 :.1 f'f11.:,Y1'f?a?f1-r,f 1:, R?f:1f:zz11e7Qg?? zxffw? EXf?I5b?Df4f-,ei j Quiz fflgllll 151311,-1i:,1i1,1s113 iifwibrerffi QSZQIQ1 Q1-ww HH., WZ, . 1. A.. .,Li-.Y:W -.--A-ngulf .- .-1-- .1 -, , 4' ...f bl, ... .:.- ,Alu-.1,l: .1 -.. - ., X .'- .-, ,. ef A--. . -' A .-,. .4 r....:..'::.L1l-...f.x:s:.1...,:.:.4- - AJ 1,-. ,FJ lr ,., 'I lr. . A ,., 4' 1137, f, fy, Q73SgjZ':-,lp-,5,-..-I-'VLA-,A -W... ,- .,-,,,,.., ,-,,-. . 41,1 . , 2:35 1921f1'5f",Q-21fQpg7i4'f ,', .,,, , fa, .-. .. M .4 .. , . H-, . .1-41:7 kiwi if 1. gr: Q' ,.3:vg,v wi 1 RAM- nf., !g3Ti. 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T. c., University of Illinois , 5.9593 Q WAYNE BRESEE Cox, AXA 55,53 Q5 ' Lincoln 'nfl ALICE IRIZILIZMEOUCHMAN Liberal Arts and Sciences Mlfffkl fy ' ' , Phil th I Ch l l Cl 'bi S 1 7? 1525 E Liberal Arts and Sciences Smoke?-mgoniglltgee qi? ca ut en or 113, 41 Y. W. C. A. First Cabinet 143. Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U- S- .iwg 535' ' RICHARD DAVID COUGHANOUR, Ben JOHN COUNTRYMAN CRAFT, ,MW 4.5.5. an l Dallas, Texas Rochelle 9319? Engineering, Electrical Agriculture 115.55-I 19-311 Cadet, Marine Corps Aviation. Helmet: Class Fotoball 113, 183. 'gfgf Hifl . Second Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. K-F ll .'l-73 'f EORGE F. oUR'rNaY IIHP -99 G Ucibam ' BERT HARRISON CRANDALL ggi-J ' ,v XGA Liberal Arts and Sciences Education Huntsville dm F9335 Field Artillerv A. E. F. cadet. Air service. U. s. Army. , 135 : lgfyfl Emi If-fffll pp. i Wi., ,125 , 3 ',,.Q l ' Fifty-seven 1,2812 nhl f' -1 I- N .ur .Lili S 'i'1':T."33.' 'biz n.,,.r' Li-I " Lil, 11:1 JL. 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W re a fif ig KQV ' flvnxf' ' V W' Wil 1 A 227 62 ff .5111 F - 55.15 : A 535.2 Q fly Smit: lg ' We S. . l all-' ,, J . is f 92.5 2 , f Q, le 1 E B il' - I . SQL -3 R537 Q KQEL i 155 In 3 1167 3 - ,-'-,Jd g . Rl Kiel l C-575 'fi Eff' if fa. '- QU 1, 1 av e KJ 59 -.-x '. . fsf? EF- ,- . Neff , IF? 133' Ego 'z-,-af I I+ 3 'NP EARL M. CRANDELL, AFP, IIAE HAROLD CRIM, Trumgle, ET Q. "U 3 E thervill I ' - ' gil A9"iWu"'W9 Oak Park Erlgineerina, Civil 8. own E. 51755. Agricultural Club: Illini Staff 127. 187 : Concert Band- ug, 127, 133, 147, 31527 Illinois Agriculturist Staff 127, 137 : U. S. Navy. : Y gf- Editor 147 : Junior .Cap Committee 137 : l ' 11,551 IeIOm6Q?mgZlf Commlttee 147 : Student . lr I if 'ouncl . ' 'Q 37755 ASecond Lieutenant. Infantry U. S. HUGE WARE grwss' HQXTQ' 'PAQ' UAE U lf rmy. L erseyv s I' . A JUHN M' 0351259 W'LR'v B91-If AK71' 1 'Illinois Union 147: Senior Ball Com- Commerce. General Business mittee 40' ' 5.3 C Saohein: gguitlilux Klan: tSkull cl:-:lad g I'9SCel'l I In us: lan ll I ' I fi Junior Assistant Track glglgnazer 137: VICTOR CULLIN' Xi' AK71' 3' QQ? Sophomore Cotillion Committee 127. Taulorville P5 GDM Infantry. O. T. C., U. S. Army. Coinmigre, IEailwayCAdmonistrcgfoir,l R il E 1 , - - u ux an: ommerce u : a - , DAVID EDWARD CREIGHTON way Club: n Business Manager. Illinois g A 1 'Sit ' . . Union: Senlor Hut C0mm1tCE6 147 : Y. l A Lqigt, Agriculture ,phoemxv Arizona M. C. A. Campus Servic-e Committee, 147. 15.15 Class Baseball 187: Agricultural Club. s,sf3f,?,2S, Lieutenant' meld Armmy' U' 623' 5 LOLA MERLE CREMEANS IEII ON . H G2 U b ' ' 3 . Lj1l5.Z- Liberal Arts arld Srcgzzes RALPH EMERSON CULTER, Acadia, A Home Economics Club: Chemical Club: Gibson city Rye, Basketball ',117. 127. 147 : Student Coun- comma 8 A W . lwgff cll Womans League 147 : Womans Wel- 0 1 Gown my B513 me fare Committee 147: Prellmlnary Hon- Q li? om' HAZEL CURTIS 59 5.-.Fl ORVILLE JENNINGS CREWS, QKT Y-X714 Sioux City, Iowa. Kewanee , ,lj ,Q Commerce i Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism elif Philomathean: Senlor Smoker Com- Mortarboard: Alethenai: Freshman 3 lltyiyy mittee 147: Board of Oratory and De- Commlssion 117: Second Cabinet, Y. W. ff ' -rule bate 137 : Philo-Adelphlc Debate 137 C. A. 137 : President, Woman's League -4,2 I 147. 147. Qi mr! :wi '..'.',' 0 1'- 1 iijg . ffffi 56 -fl: mm-.lane eil ,. , , W, ,,., W , ,...--,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,., -, ,..r,Av,,W,,,w,.4.,,.. ......,,.,-v,.,-,. 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J , .Cu . 5 cw 4 :Eg .1 1 Q kill lm: F3 E91 9.3 'V - - 165 , Q 62.1 s Q'-1 'gn l C-U ii 551 Q5 - 1' ii' C9 fx I 1 Pi 1.5 f fl T . in M E5 41 fi V. 14.3 UP f 2 in Q92 Q2 iii . 119, F' iris Q34 15'-2 I Y JOHN HOWQED CUSTER, AXA Gntonn s. mvmsom, EAE iff icagg I . -x .Jl -ffl Commerce fgprmgjleld, , , 55 S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. CUWWIGTDG, Business Adrmmstgatzon S E F2 ' ' H lmet. K Kl Ka : ' en ta . fi LLOYD ELWEIg4bu9lgTLERa Acacia' A21 ?CJunio1gte1lir1?xi2,uE3to::1'fmi':t:?e Gall I Seggr jf -N , 'I' mm' : ass reasurer . ' Q A!g:g':1aQ1:lT6Un,ve pw B 1 ade cs, aFirs2 Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. f., l 1 rsl r g . 5 A Second Lieutenant. U. S. Army. 3. 1 .' 1 yi ARTHUR A. DAILEY 5.51 X 1' , QK2, ZAX, IIAE GENEVIEVE ALICE DAVIDSON If Liberal Arts Iiiqastgncleiggzs Jfmrnaliavn L.b I A ' dcgifmgo ' .2 . Ma-wan-da: Sachem: Ku Klux Klgn: ' em 'ts an glances .Puff QED 113113-rotlhiQIei8,Clul24,f8J Stal2nAzgzsta 5.59: ' 3. Y nl 1 I lren B. 1 . 3 425. 439. Are Editor 449: An staff 5:3 1918 IlIio,. 1.919 Illio, -1921 Illlo: Sopno- CHARLES BQ DAVIS, EAX, UAE -31. fo s::f::...C'2:J.2'::.f....'E.""z'a1:tPei...f.i2..z..Maas' cmmpm lor -HomeaomingttComzgigtteemglil :xQHom:-' Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism at ' coming omm ee . : arsi y - - - . - . .3 1" gheer E3de.23?91'1-18, 1919-20: smamv. Mf,3,fQff2,,21"Edftf,'1H.Q.S7,' News Edltor 437' ., , pera , . . . .- Jfjgy 1 .French Ambulance Service. A. E. F.: U S Army 1:13512 Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. S. Army. I iff.-13 ,ggl ANSELMO FULTON DAPPERT 5602 my , . lrpyzmizze KENNETH I. DAVIS, SX i gm Q3 . Emnneqnna. Cwil Tampiw I -:ey F., r .Amencan Association of Engineers: WTC:- XQ5 ,Q Civil Engineering Society. Commewe- Accountancy 'E':fJ i First Lieutenant, Tank Corps, A. E. F. - iffy gg BERNARD Ek 1,2..7cv11?soN, om, ET 1 .QI Engineering' ogy - We VERONICA DAVIS fee., gQf Pierrot: University of Illinois Military . Bowan 39," 5,4 Band cn. czm. tam. cn. Mum . 176, Q11 Glee Club: Choral society. Ms-Q' ilffif RR. i I -if Fifty-nine 7'?3"f"ff'i" i1f'o....qo5-" 'Wi' uzni "" ff" ':'iiii'f'Y":'Cil ini-1 ff-'w'...: .1 V-. .fr f..-.' if-SQ. V-.eo , . -H . f..'f'Q'f1? I V Q. 11 A .1 ' 1 I , J. ."Y1Q:?1.Tu .W - vev,..--,....T-?.-... .. X , 4 e . . w 11,L1o'I-,. ,f,:?iHwv.- Vvnriz,y:v:'.1,.-:.z:'1-r:'- -'-'zz l.X,J'Iv,..l . g -R-'W Linz... .'..: .... .. ..,,, ff ,.,. I Vul, V 'i,f,:. --v x " -4 will iw will li? SPM f E945 Lzgwlgl big. ifqm 53911 Eriw :El ,m-,A My LCUN gif! HQ: wx 5911 QQ91 WD wg gal My 4 A 'wil .df '94 Wwj af.. Q33 503 V554 ASQ .fx . , , mf 513 ogyll Q3 '1 ,ffl .H LV L1 Zvrzilvl fill, ,ffij R54 md S?i?b lkgxlfj 'mm 54-.i pw.: KJ" Sfif f -11 33 "3 'U Louxs EDWARD DAWSON RALPH TALBOT Ducxrm Af J ackazmuille A14014-Bfdl 533, Qfffj Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Emrineerina if ifghemical Club. American Chemical So- Chemical Club. 5.4, R C 8 . z-.L 15.5-.24 I Chemical Warfare Servlce, U. S. Army. . -QQ :EM ' WALTER CHARLES DEGnoo1' UE-if iw OWEN LAFAYETTE DAWSON ' A wuningum, D. c. Q3 fiilgi! l Orland Agriculture QA? V AUTWWIWTU Agriculture Club: "Az" Dance Com- ff.-If E Agricultural Club. mittee Ml. u f iiybi 15.1 Private, Field Artillery, A. E. F. Second Lleutenant. Infantry. U. S. 1, f Qlfif Army. 'mi ' Q92 ROBERT HARVEY DAWSON , gif QQNQJ Mwliceuv DOROTHY DELL ,QV Engineering. Electrical St' Louis' Missmu-5 Eiggij Egef3ZlcaXirEgg3e:Zin5. gocigtghy. .Liza-:gcsArts and Sciences. Home Eco- IQQPEU Home Economics Club. kiygj, WLLBER FRANKLIN DAY . Ui' Peoria ' gill' Liberal Arts and Sciences. Chemistry. MILD FRANK DENICK i-Aff' Chemical Club. Lockport 4' pg Engineering, Mechanical 192313 rE.Q.-Q. Second Lieutenant. Air Service. U. S. M155 55.35 WAYLAND W. DAYTON, AXP, AZ Army- V gig -fqgil A . lm wen chicago T sgggxl .' M.. Dfwu T6 ll 27' 'fijgir Agricultural Club: Marine Club: Illl- IRVING ALISON DENISON Mig? IEJATIN nois Agrlculturist Staff: "Ag" Dance Waehm um D C ffgsj -'jug Committee 483. U ' ' ' 1 ylyjfi United States Marine Corps. Adelvhic- i 6451 : '- H13 . 57'-1. 111213 fiiiii 1 261 '-121' A 115' llfllgi- 1 . 1,211 145 fj Szxty lifec- 5 f- A ,U ..... ,, L-1-g.gq".,:.1i1L,.'1-ugxizcv xyxxuz- , A .Luz .511.:x,:u 'vb' fl-1,1 Luz.. . , 11. ..:,. .1 gg ' L: -- 14 14 xg 11.1, 7,1 ',tr 1:,,.,. .g .1 x':1,..i:gg 14 rx 1,, - "gg.::,1: , i ,L 1 Ji ,... x L x A x -fr 1 I 1 4. -5 'H' , 'fy 1'-X . , , wr, 1 Y, U ,I ,J I 5:41. ,, ,.'. , 45" , V ,r 1.. .-Uhr, ,.-Y I 1q,v 3321 qs W x 5 ,J ---,-vx'..!',"j,j.x-, 'Jin-Ag H, ,vv ,rfb 17.50-my ML!.f1,,1nA...,,f- 5, ufXjr?fv,gf1lY. .Ag-5Y.-41, YL, A f,f,r,,.Cl ll, ji .X lx- A' .,',.i',1,ijE-fugfi. , ' ' 1. Nt- el, ul lax V- L wi, ,'. 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XB Flxvm TELFORD Down yf,22' Chicago ' Peru, Nebraska Liberal Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts and Sciences jfqb , 1918 Illio Staff 123 : Assistant Business Chemical Club. '33 Manager 1919 Illio 487: Senior Memorial PQ? Seoammgtee 145: Senior Smoker Commit- 'lifigx l ,b . - . jf jf xg: Coigivnfa, sLiiu::1nant. Machine Gun WALTER W.DoNLEY, JR., MSU, 'PAQ' IRQ: SDJ , ' ' ' y' Peoria ' mi'- Cfnw I-ww 'QW ig? MARIE ALENA DIETZ Illinois Law Bulletin starr. Burlington, Iowa llifgj .gba Liberal Arts and Sciences iffy Q3 DOROTHY ANN DoNoHoE, AXS2 Q45 iw CARL BUSH DIPPELI. Mamma g,f21 . Freeport Liberal Arts anal Sciences Hifflfl Enmneering, Architectural Illini Business Staff 183 : Woman's War Qt Signal C01-pg, A, E. F. Eglelf izgrflmlttee 483 : Treasurer Senior V: nae . H9 QQ ffl. ,-5? MARY LoU1sE Dc.zoN, Al' gn nl , ,, 3' ' Chicago , 'ff ' Q Liberal Arts wnd seamen CLEM DANIEL DOOLEN 1 Dnlmlap .Geneva Club: chairman, Bel- , , Cf"""'Wf"' , 1 fy: Q gg3orRfRef Czyrgnigtge 43,6 president, Engineering, Railway Electrical ,453 , Uwe : enior ouneil 147. R il Cl b. Ji., X. 1921 Illio An sms. Ainflillin umxpealtionary Forces. , yi, " i-:gif Q Q33 , f"?. . Sixty-png . U -SM5-Q V? sl fp j?f-:?f---,fffl3-i'- AAf.--:.---.----- -F----ev -.-:Y----L-----11M --f.-f ----ii,w-YT:i:.-V-T gc ,, -A -- , fv2?5b7'.f2li?5ll,???lEe Tel ii --.rv 1 K.. 15121-f '1' ' ,J f . L. Lg.1Q,Qg X 'f'g.-.Lg -'f .: :H at 1 2 'Fifi ilu WW alufjy .-:Zu I ,Q fill ' likjvj l.53:v,5. l,lL'f..'1 iii' F333 1 H335 Efrjx FW 1 'f wg .ef MQW ' . '1 J En 'gil E N- -' gil Q I1 M91 " will .iii -agar: PM fffsi elf! K5 1 , .1 .5 V 1 Y W' 31.7 rl V 'piflf f ,fi T' PS?-I sf? GD. .1 rim lilfil 1 QE' Hiaifl ' J!- ipff I fijl CQ ,1 V Zyl fiiff. GLEN WESLEY DOOLEN, AKK, mm HENRY DOUBET 1 fffif, 'il Bondvilla Peorw 1 . Liberal Arla and Scienccsg Medicine Liberal Arts and Sciences Q33-jf' ' Medical Corps, A. E. F. t3Class Baseball C317 Class Basketball l D S. Naval Reserve. , , P3 HELEN E ooLEY X9 KAII , Wm nay 4 ' 1 v - .,, . .xf H - JOHN M. Dowr Acacia SZBII 1.1 V-j ' Little Rock, Arkansas I ' ' 5..- Liberal Arts and Sciences V l F'fhe" Spanish Club: Woman's War Relief Libvfal Auf and Scumces I Q54 if-.3 Committee 131. Second Lieutenant. Field Artillery, U. 1 14 S. Army. 515 5,8 .1 . fi ELEANOR Hnnccoox DORSETT HELEN REBECCA DOWNING Augusta. Bowen EQQI' f5g1'fl1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts and Sciences 61. A . l J! Woman's Welfare Committee 141. '33 BERTHA MARIE DORULT-IS FRANK BUTLER DQYLE, HKN I gif, pic. . MPM Rm-md Kiel 2:55, Liberal Arts and Sciences Engineering' Electrical brig: cielgesidfgit, Sliiglclgricgl Egnggxaeging ClSo- Qggvf. ,av -. : ar an eg ass ' .3 - -1 HENRY FQ DUTY' AAQ' AKW Football 141: Manager Electrical Engi- lipiifl Hzghlargd Fark 313522132 Slgow C41 1 Captain, University Iggy llllfli l commerce' General ummm Second Lieutenant Air Service U S iliill coiiili 'Z-Ti.C5E?.i.i12.'3?J.'H'C.?5'cc15.lal15.'..'.lf Amy- ' M5 ,ffflll ball C21 3 Freshman Swimming: Inter- BEL, "gig" scholastic Manager 441: Chairman. Jun- MORRIS EDWARD DREYEUS, 'PAT ggi? 15z?..n:...?e.':m'f2ie- fi2.:.i:2:sf.:fe'ss::: KM ew. Mimi leg. .rpg mittee MJ. ' ' Chemical Engineering i jf. 51,54 Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery. U. Chemical Club: Preliminary Honors. , 9331 5955! S. Army. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. H Wifi ' iw. li ' I rw i G12 fill Q . 1 T534 maj: S t .t :gg If ' 'r 5,11 rxxxzzzcx. f 1131.4 zzpu. xx. 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T. C., University of Illinois. American Association of Engineers. IQJS 'llff l l: I :I ADX iw. ROBERT A D ' AUDRY DYKEMAN EK l ffl. ,el . RYSDALE, EAX, IIAE i 1 pv- Qlb i - Streator fl'-iz. xl, Chicago I I f, . Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism Llbfml Arts 'md Sciences fg 2Daily Illini eine: ul p spoils Editor mlm- 525 79 lam, ' cilwivilfiiffw 'Brill Cimpus Siiilt V W v I In '- 1 715 ni lsr: Illin sins: 541 1 Itlanogmlbirfgazirle RUTH EATON, AFA lgf ,SQ IQIZIQOEIE: C51 l YIIEVI. Ci-IA. Cabinet 14p g Quincy ,iq f' ' ' . , . U Q19 gram Canemiiggamlfai' omecommg Pro Liberal Arts and Sciences I '26, 'GEN Woman's Athletic Association: Hockey EI l 127, 481: Varsity Hockey KSJ: Basket- ZIQQQ ldv 5 WALTER EDWARD DUERINGER. ban fm' ml Baseball fm' li3'i1:f-4 KE li Elgin 135153 ,f,j. Engineering, Mechanical MARY J DSEPHINE EDDY, IIB41 IQQGQ - Shelbyville ,glial G Liberal Arts and Sciences ,wav LENN DUNBAR. 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Normal LQ' Engineering, Architectural ' , RUTH MARIE FARMER gelngetk varslw Basketball 423. cal. .QI , ' Bolivar, Missouri - - HVY- :zfq 5595 Music Glee clb ul: Poet s is c-ng 'jul .i Vice-Presigent Gregorian V21 zogiisi Coun- gf'-Zi, ,Hi cn, womanfs League W, WILBERT HOMER FERGUSON, QFA Eff? 4 . Kansas City, Missouri H553 OTHO SAMUEL FASIG Commerce, General Business fl:-,g ll Ma,-tgmvme Skull and Crescent. "-1... Liberal Arts and sciences iagglrlef Quartermaster. U. S. Naval Av- .gl U ' 'r E .1 2l: Gul Cl b. ' Efbf My Inrl'::::3l,y0. 9r'f.c.tU. s. Alify. u :K 1 'IQ RUDOLPH ALFRED FAUST, FEK LETITIA LEHMAN FERREE, ON F1555 Wllshirlnmrl, D. C. Terre Haute. Indiana V Liberal Arts and Sciences Agriculture. Home Economics ffgji Private. Infantry, U. S. Army. Home Economics Club. 1634 Tm . IQ? ' 193 :QD 1 , il gi LX-yu-five 'X 0? V .v E - . , ' '-U4-512-2 zfunfim' t7AV51?F'l"'-Qm'7i""'iTt' 751157 Qlfffifsif Qfff A Eff ' 5" 1 1 'M 3 1,r k f .T bg., .M V 4.. ,. 5 ., f-. 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Army. psi: ELLEN MILTON FLEMING, AXQ, ON dj, ' r .gy Olney 129' ISADg1:nvfjf0IZQi',i'Mf'1NE Mbezglmiirts and Sciences. Home Eco- ' Yi.. ' . . , 1 Liberal A739 and Sciences' Chemwtry Yo Ma: Illiola: Home Economics Club: Chemical Club: Menorah Society.. Illinae Advisory Board 111: Preliminary SEQ! S. A. T. C., University of Illmols. Honors. . ,tg .3 - w Sill Oscmz JONATHAN FLEMING, If I VIVIAN MARY FISH, I'E1'I T4-iangle, QT .jg -2 Hmm Berwyn l4'g?Ill Libdfal A133 and Sf-'iemlfl Engineering, Mechanical 6QQ 55.51 Mgtlethenai: Woman's Glee Club 121. HSenior Smoker Committee: Preliminary G31 ,P--13 . onors. . .. .' - ll ' F: gb, . ,x MANUEL FoNsEcA 'QQQE PAUL FISHER, Farm House Callao, Peru wrt: se Louis Mmm-i Affffwlmfe ' 'W Tail: , ' ' Cosmopolitan Club: El Circulo Liter- , 51313 ADW-'WUWG arxo Espanol : Club Latino-Americana : . 649 I1-ig Agricultural Club. Spanish Club: French Club. 54: li'Z"g51g Field Artillery, U. S. Army. Captain Class Soccer Team 141. ,V ff' . Z' K' .gig LORENZO S. FOOTE, Acacm, AZ - lfjlxfgi JAMES CLAUDE FITZPATRICK, ET . ,gm,.,,h,.,,, r 593 i-f,-YH Gillespie Agnculture 13" lg.-1.6: E , , M. , Scabbard and Blade: Phllomathean: V134 'Yl.01f'l'l997"WlUn mm!! Slgull and Crescent: Military Ball Com- I ,-'ji fejfipg Second Lieutenant, Infantry. U. S. mittee 181.. 1 :Qfl 1.331441 Army. Second Lieutenant, Infantry. A. E. F. "f,f wi. 5 fegfi 5, 'Q Sixty-six 1 ! -fe.-:ll S iena 3 2 3 N U n , H , ,L :,.. .AJL ,,,. ,,,,:.,M, , I- I . 0' . ,Www .. ,ef X J., -.,,,W, x- may E53 .,. f,':. jf H.. v "t'i'v'ff1"77f"'v'fI-'v?1'TT wr'f'f,Q,f4 5 :sur .. "-g-'T?7i-1- "7,1"','-Y: if "aww" 17.3431 "U" It. A , L - - IIAMQZ fx' I MII Ifefzl IX i ' I I4- In fest 'III Ik: If Id' 52:3 IRQ, I QI:-Q H535 IW? :QI 523: I-W3 if , Eg up fqmvj I 2 f QJXTI IIIQIQ ,im AI 'lr . gg I 5,4221 My Ich' IILUIQ iff' QQ-f I 524 .-qu 5 vp- ggzei QI 557 13277 xr' ' WJ, ffl I fm IQ, I 'J' .55 I :ff-I ' Cb: 5,3 , L, WY I . M .05 I-- E- re I Iflf 335, MARY BALLARD FORSTER VICTORIA FREDERICK, EK, AEN Ijriff I . Berwyn I ' Trenton, Aiew Jersey 135, , Aarzculture, Home Economics Liberal Arts and Sciences I .6-E I Women s Glee Club. Aglllglag AMaslg t-and gamble: qggfomixamgs I My "F 7 0018. lon I Oc C y 1 .3--5 gg? AUSTIN Fox, BQH, AKAI' mp igasebill fzp. Y 3k',j', 1 3 Oak' Park - ,: I - IIQT ' I C , G ' -,rf-iz' tffznlmfgffce.t?:ni1b'Ic5H'gg1?ZZ1?ing Sexefqu- JOHN SPROUT FRENCH, TKA ' ' Ive omml e : er 471 , fir' I Committee 1813 Senior llblgzxggrial ngaom- . Mfmmfmth fizj R mittee C453 Senior Smoker Committee: Lfbvml Arts and Scwnce' 935 1 i1fInn:erI?Iessionq3I3Iona:g Clommission. 1919: lgrench lCizi-galeid Art-H A E F KI Q ' mo s nion : ac em. orpora , e I ery. . . . .. qi I U. S. Naval Aviation. BPEL? I Q-yj' I VIRGIN!-Q FOX, KA9 VIRGINIA DEE FRISBEE, KA9 I Liberal Arts andllmtitegrlibes Bushnell QSJIII Liberal Arts and Scienqea ,gif GLADYS GENAVRA FRASER, X9 Senior Illinae Advisory Board 143. ff- cn ' fam FII Liberal Am and 22525228 , 7455 ggi Amoquu-board: Illiola: woman Aehlem JONATHAN RALPH FRITZE My RRI f:i2c1I:L:Mis,,Gizivr ERR? Pfam flied' Committee Q81 : Vice-President. Junior Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Rgglgge 5 553312155 Qzalanucikelxonezarligs S Cfxemical Club: American Chemical 'A 5113- . I ' 00 8 Y. I jQ' gcjigg mltfee. United sums Naval Aviation. ,,?.r,i ffdj ' , Q DOROTHY C. FRAZIER, Achoth ,Iggy QQ: Agriculme. Hmfgrlgfmeo . WILHELMINR FROEHDE, AAII Igiicgfll IFISIII Home Ecbnomics C1352 ggigent Council Chicano lilly 133152 of Woman's League C87 : War Relief Liberal Arts and 505611008 Il?-IIII Ig? Committee 125- Athenian. I IP? 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'Hifi ELLEN V1oLA FRYKOLM MLLDRED GAGE llggffil :Avian Chicago, Oak Park ff' Qifffll Liberal Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts and Sciences E 431' "-: Y 1 " ! 12'-is Wal LYLE Huco GALLIVAN gem AGNES FULLER, A011 C,,,,,,,,,,,g,,, gig 05Uf0'fd. indilna Engineering, Architectural cj 373551 Liberal Arts and Sciences Sem-abg Spaulding Guild. Ensign. U. S. Navy. 'Egg q..e,.g4 lim' lil :gif 'V ' 91 may FLORENCE S. FULLER, AXQ SETURAM SAPASIV GZANDHEKER dj, P'i"c"""' M'1""""5 Liberal Arts lfzgnggfeffgw Chemistry ' 1 u I Liberal Arts and Sciences Cosmopolitan Club: American Chemical 'Qi 'ffgq I Society: Chical Club. yi! IQ ' iw It 'TL ' - 63? Yffgj DOROTHY STEEN FULTZ, Achoth LAURENCE PAUL GANNON, Anubis ggi XL? Bushnell Chicago- Liberal Arts and Sciences Engineering Civil Ujjlg. Home Economics Club: Student Council Civil Engineering Club. fQ2jj V33-l of Woman's League 149. Coast Artillery Corps. I 152241 F5523 R35 3245.5 GRACE Dono'rHY GANTZ, Aon Halal PAUL M. Fume, AFP N""""' b if Qin: Carbondale Liberal Arts and Sciences .bfi-I Aadwlmre Hockey 111 C23 : Woman's Welfare Gigi -35215 E t, Cl b Committee ISD MJ 5 Senior Council 1 .Q MSD WP lan U - Womans League 147. 1 . s-:: :lea 1 ggi 1 Q Sixty-eight li-lf' l W., ,M , ,-,,-.L,--...-. N--- .,,. - 'LH , , ,,,v -,,-,,-,, ,,..,-- W ..-- .Y..... MA-- .if .v-...-,kw YYVV . .. ,L , Y, A . . -,---,--,,: lil 1ll'rfTl'm3'7 f"?9??3z?1WfQ"xJ'5f5"" ,fun 4' fff- ff: .1 xgiuq-K 'lv .' 1 1 ST? X. ' ,' Ts". ' f X A '02, -x .. - .T --lfffffy 'rub f ' 7.5 :FWF V 7' 'fI"..GT 'T v'..:f' --4.----H f-V --1 - -- - .W rw. A: - 9.3. drgvflb- ..'f A. 'cr :..""T, 7'v1': ".' T' ' "' 'JI rx- Nr" -3 ' """'i"'r' ' ' ' 'M Q, .pf-f " ""' in ei .2 Elf ,gay E9 9.555 .ivy ff 1 'V 51 CQ Trxx 'fix ELO 4 If ,5 . 531 , s Q I3 , 4 4-,922 . 4 iw . 162' iii 23153 .435 1.-Q . f Kill QQ I 'ln Lfll' X 5 57 ,Q I 1 I 3 ian r ' , cg.. 5 ce 'el gk FTD ' Q.. ,ff ' 2 I .L ea. A., .,., Q95 nic, YE ' ffl? 2. -,- Au' ROBERT PARKER GARDINER WILBUR AUGUST GEHLBACH, ZKIJE Q ' Chigagg . L1l1l00l'Yl fgg Chemical Engineering Liberal Arts amd Sciences, Jemrnalfkam jig 332 1 Cl?-,We logllginier SQSIHT ans grfsctigg. c2Clas?4JBasebalI C11 : Class Basketball 'mil f em ca 1 ra . , . ' ' - 5555244 Ml : JunloruCap ?7Io:nrlnitteeci8l. U' S' Naval Reserve' "'f2,,3' Q3 Infantry. 0. T.' C., U. S. Army. ffl" 54 , ' gg, .MARIE Gmss, AI' , IQTQQ f ff: u Af,, Q3 MELVIN NAVE GARLOUGH HWW .rf Q ' Normal Liberal Arts and Scwnces ,king 53' . . . Yo-Ma: Junior Prom Committee C87 : Q". E"'W"e9"""17f Archltecmfal Woman's War Relief Committee C45 a all S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. Vice-President, Semor Class 447. iff, ' 4 '. -7 1- 2 A Q51 Q59 RAY LIN GARMAN, AFP HARRY WILSON GIBSON, fIJI'A, BFE A .. Bethany Commerce Muskogee. Okhhoma Q33 ' AUWWIWTG Sachem : Mafwan-da : Manager Foot- Tiff, Class Football 183. ball, 1917: President. Y. M. C. A. 1917. 7.901 191 Second Lieutenant, Air Service, U. S. A. Second .... Lieutenant. .... Quartermaster 3755. QQ - Corps. A. E. F. iffy ' " f Cn 5583- 3.11 ' WALTER FERDINAIFD QAM' EN WILSON MAYBLE GILLAM ,Q 312 S5451 St. Louis Massoun CWM Comrnerce, I ndustrml Administration A a,.i,mlm,.el Landaoapfogamenina IM? ,img Illmons Magazine Staff C2l. Landscape Club: Student Council Wom- P13211 'Qi ', U. S. Naval Reserve. an's League 437. lifff Red Cross Service. E35-fl ie 1 flew fbxqlf Milf OSCAR HERRIAN GEHLBACH GERALD S' GIMRE Gm HG I5 Lmeoln M 'wut I - .,., rw' Commerce, General Business - Ms own' owa- 631 ,15Ni Agrwulture, Landscape Archmteeture v .3 Qxjg, American Expeditionary Force. Cosmopolitan Club: Scarab. Ri Ffa-rl ri! jigdll , Jllghlx 1 zlggiq ff: Q 'Lf F Q-Arn-M -:ee ------ . A. - -e W W .e...e.-..... .W . . . A .. ... .W -We . . , .W ,, w 'Z' " fwfr-4.-frm , A . 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' - l f :-rg' VEQNON L- GI-OVER, Tmnyle, ET KENNETH Hrcxox GORDON 1 If 533 Mamm' f Acacia el' HKN l Engineering, Civil Otiuawkzz 4 Second Lieutenant. Coast Artillery. Engineering, 'Electrical A 53:2 55' ' Class Football 143. 5 iff XLJ First Lieutenant Ordnance U S 1 ICG: ROBERT JOSEPH GNAEDINGER Army. ' ' ' ' F QQI In 1 Chicago I 'C' Liberal Arts and Sciences HENRY HAMLLTON Goss' Ben V1 :Sl Sf ' S 'bbl , Ch 1 I Club: S ld" . I amid ' 'fl' GHEQ,-ic:,s Ex Llama, Fo C pau mg Alllinoglrggricultural Sta!! 1,5251 - P y r e' Tank Corps. A. E. F. "Till ' HELEN RAY Gossluzn X6 IVAN BEAN GoELE, oxsf, AKAI' KWH my Mmm.: 1: 'i.33-ll' Chaflesfm' Liberal Am and sciences 'E ff" CUNIWIHTGH. General Business Woman's Athletic Association: Hockey lil :cgi , Ku Klux Klan: Illini Staff 121 p Senior 132- 143 I Baseball 131: Basketball 181: 'Hfgbl 3.1-tl. Smoker Committee 141: Illinois Union Illmae Advxsory Board 121. lg-1.4 kixlfl 147: Commerce Club. 112591 ,zgjil SAMUEL JULES GoULn 3:1131 'TY Ly! Chicago gL'?'f 'Emu M IE Chem' al En ' e ' Aire i Cheir5licaliC:l?lg:e11AiI1e!1:2:orah Society: Amer- 15.3113 -Jw' 4 l h can ssoca on o ' . 1 .gg ILSQJF Lzberal Arts and Sczcncea U. S. Naval Reservggmeers flygij "jr iii ff gl. 153.2215 f-all lffiii A 1: ,331 5,9 f3:...L:ggg: g' lyqg.,1m::,'z. ,.::.:.1.4.n any ,zpzrgl ,.1.:'L:gilr:,y. gang.,-4.14 " .,.1Ji,QL153:,:irE Qxgxzizgtxf., 15.311 '45,-Lg:L:3l'r:e.-.g.::f3lL,rq g,?.Qz1::::.15,g,j 'Qggpi-:H'l,9f lm if in-ffTgilv1f4212:f4f.E1:12iff'fl-.fl:ffff51willff?f,fflSZ3f.lz2.ls.-ql:sf::f-eff:srl.'-ilirzll,wafsffulgfll,--f flstlgli ,. N5-f-4, -N, I .,- ,hrx fx ,-,xrrx .4Ef5f,,p:,45 U1 llw,,-:ggfiil 'yvk rr. wg IES V35 Sill , . .5 'J Q' 5 K 5- 0 -4. U -J a 5-, so X Q Q I' Ne I N 4U 1. 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X Za 6 l 5 4 o 'DQ Q Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences ,I ,, ,E Liberal A,-gs and Sciences miE"aze:ancgx4,Club: Woman's Welfare Com- . drip 4 w ,4 5 T35 FREDERICK RUSSELL GRIDLEY TBII q 5:11 ' MARSHALL CLYDE GRIGGS, 24112 'Nj Amboy Metamora gi-.5 Enaineerina. Civil Commerce rd? --S11 Civil Engineering Society: American Sergeant, Coast Artillery Corps. Qjig Association of Engineers. U73 Qsgfgw S. A. T. C. University of Illinois. ELCJQ .l.'i"f . 'E THoMAs CARLYLE GRIMM, Acacia WD jyltif St Louis. Missouri H CQ3 MARY LCU2iEzmiiI3::FITH, KAII Liberal Arts and Sciences ,553 5 ' Philomathean: Glee and Mandolin Club: .4395 Liberal Arts and Sciences Manager Star Course Q41 ffl' 1 FP-Ay li ' 153 Q Effie as 1 H1921 5' A-'rw f' xi it T+L "" 2 21-f"'i'i" i'ii'2"" 'rifle' 7F1:""'f "'T"""?'f'i'i'1'-T-' 'ri55,"f"" 5:isz1""' qQ',u.q'T f'7 :fffff 1 ., . -- .4 , X A -x f v I .. ,mx ' -1, .. X v 10.21. ' .' 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' 'Fl' DOM-D Dm GROW: A 2w':nm'as..f1f.:.Pd:r:f 22:9 sf: fs- 'NLQ ' en or r o : on omore .2 Tmngle' ET Assistant 1918 mio 12: : Mardi Gm 127. Rvvkfvfd , Cgggnmlttee 183: Home-coming Committee -59: Engineering, Architectural - . J' Ggcarab: Engineering Dance Committee Cofggond Lieutenant' Coast Artillery ,, - ' ' - ' mf, sf AAS 'Q' W U- S- NAVY' RAYMOND CHRISTIAN H N' ,: frm, Axqf Lf All CAM. Fnanmucx GRUNEWALD, ZW South Bend. lndiana .wg - . Commerce, General Business 'yy Ugflir ChW"V" Ma-Wan-Da: Ku Klux Klan: Skull and lgffg' i-5315 Liberal Arts and Sciences Crescent: Tribe of Illlni: Freshman Var- 3341-ll Que ll sity Football 111 : Varsity Basketball Eg 621 , Xarsltyi, Baseball C31 : Home-coming IMC-V 1143 EnNes'ro JAEN GUARDIA, -IQXA semmltteg. rasqgsc. Y. M. c. A. gsm. E Panama C2711 51992312 of Panama Erglgn. o'llFcS. Nayal Reserve. 3 ,--33' ngineering, rc 1 ec r sri. cosmopolitan Club: fi:1ubELam.e Arafri- L0U1?4,5IdQI:,fl1fI-MAN pi? 'Nl ' ' ' : . . . fi ' will azure. SL?.:'0..?:tm'0 Eamnecmngs guy 51.5 he -l . enora oc e y. k '- Q. U. s. Navy. 'wig Iigajflv REGINA Louisa GUENTHER, X9 GLENN - MEILLIN HALDEMAN lbtiilieil Owembmo' Kentucky Engineerisgnciileiiilaleafklahoma Lweml Aus and Scwnces Instructor. Military Aeronautics. Uni- 'E ,xfgtll Womans Glee Club: French Club. versity of Texas I -. 4 Ei' ruiix-2 . gl Hiligfj ATX '73 :-.,J . I ffi 1 i ffl? Seventy-two ,, ,- , .. .. ,... . ., :lm . ,-,., ,ee fe, .,.e,e....v.,. ef.-e.1 T32 .- A , . ,ag I... .X .5 ,,.., ,,.4 3 f..k..,9. ....3Q.' 5.-,Ae ,- N. Hx. F-, .aj L .J ye- 'Q X. "E i"'f5"T.'T:',r: -New -fr -M. .. VM.-. . - ,-.. .., '.'ff7 --':4E'k7.-Ta' l02lG',:f'lEN5if- f - ff'-fi' 'ra f ' T' 1""f"1TU2f"Q'?'JH'.:'VW .Qi A.-..7flq!,gv 1' P 'UMW 4f'l'?5L'gil,"'n'13L':'ZF.1L' "'q':Y,QA'g'-XX' :ffm 'T'-3 :Q ,V QW '- ffm -My gg'lg1'1"P,' -'YDV-:-1,'.',,:','-Xwfl ilfl'-KSU 'ggiylghllffiyrloyl ' , ,ax , Y 1 V- 1 O2 F9 QED W, Lg .K .X 5-Q3 153, fffb r , 4 . ff' ,1- lufg M .-,, cyl.:- EH A . J fqal' W-- '--qg fel? C931 412.3 M li-I Lg .Cm QED 'f 'N Gi? so 2, C55 Fi ' 2 P-A 'N' xg .CO luis ' LJ QQ 65 fe 555 CEDRIC HALE, IIIIP MARJORIE BERNICE HAMILTON, Al' .L 555 Chemical Engineering KG"l7Wk96 -PQI Junior Smoker Committee 181. Liberal Arts and Sciences -KV ICJ Q , K 1 5-53:45 RAY LEONIDAS HAMILTON 5,5 I CECIL JAMES HALL La Salle fy le L l Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences I im ,lo ibl I C'- Tiff Q35 sg ' Q, 5 1 g 'N S23 'fl J ga Q25 SD E? dial u ,Q QI-. ff W 1 51 fi. if l ff-3V ' f l in I. J 091 J I jx J 5, Commerce, General Business Adi hi l U S S In. ., mi . Han: : American Expeditionary Forces. guvjeg Iflfni S1-,aff 435 5 sally 113:11 Staff - 4 . --J ' Ensizn. U. Sl Naval Reserve. ' Q di," w HAmuE'r'r -V.' HALLADAY KA9 f Q . ' ' Stream INA MARIE HAMLIN, FEII w p' 7 1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Urbana 1 Q51 Athenian: Woman's Athletic Assocla- F ' D - ia tion Class Bowlinszv ill. .KZL C43 :DVar- Colgmggiqllo oglgrngtfmglljzigy tn fm I. egg! 30fnm?fiee"gf4'fIl' Gmane League We can. an : Baseball cn. cam. csv. Q -:Tv . QA 1 F73 'f 'LV r JULIUS HANDLER, QAT QE' 'Gb , . - Q3-5,1 MARY IRENE HAMER ' Chicago ' gm 153 Emporia, Kansas- Liberal Arts and Sciences Q25 i Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Clube 1 112- , L93 QCD r A ff? l ' J AMES EDWARD HANSEN 9559 HOLBROOK BECKDR HAMILTON Bmkmm Indiana 'I Comm G ' Augumf Liberal Arts and Sciences lay arcs' enefaf Busmesa Daily Illini' Business Staff C21 : Illinois , V, , ge Cerle Francais. u U Chemist Bysxness Manager Q43 : Senior will . A, T. C., University of Illinois. Hat Committee Ml p Illinois, Union 447. EZ! fal l :il I l Seri .F mi ' 951: S 251 .lj ' evenly-lliree "gf - vi , fu. R' F' 'N . " "'i"" ' 'L' ' 'z"'u." ' 'T' I 'Q 41 W z' Z 41 ' if 51 1: ' 'A"' Tu, 'Lx' 1:4 " 'zr ' 1 -' "iF"1'3"""1'Av0 F? 6 I A' ' -3 fk,,. . Q 1 E' f. ii Q' 'A A ' f' J!! , , 'Ie g -3' O X A I h 8 7:1 , , f 1 as cLASs.,. 1Q42Qh-C fe , ' .V f GLADYS ESTELLA HAPPIN Virden Liberal Arts and Sciences MARION BOYER HARLAND, BGH, AZ Macomb Agriculture Class Football 13.1. 141: Captain 141: Illinois Agriculturlst Staff 121. 131: "Ag" Dance Committee 131. EF?"st Lieutenant. Sanitary Corps, A. ELIZABETH FERN HARPEN, AXQ, IEII Greenville Liberal Arts and Sciences MAURICE HARRIS Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club: American Chemical Society: Class Football 131. Chemical Warfare Service. JOHN WILLIAM HARSCH, 'DAT Ottumwa Iowa. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club: Illinois Chemist Stal! 141. Chemical Warfare Service, U. S. Army. .,,.I..i,. " ALFRED DALLAS HARVEY, BGII, ST Kansas City, Missouri Liberal Arts and Sciences Military Ball Committee 131. JAMES DEWEY HAVENS, BSII, IIAE Ladoga, Indiana Commerce, General Business 1919 Illio Staff 121: Illini Business Staff 131. Infantry, 0. T. C., U. S. A. JANET MCQUIE HAWKES, X9 Dallas, Texas Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club. ARTHUR WELLESLEY HAYI-'oRn, A241 Chicago Chemical Engineering U S. Naval Reserve. HAROLD E. HAYWARD, EX Cookesville Liberal Arts and Sciences AT' 'e 'Y Seventy-four ,W W. s V ,-.K I .yn A 11: I , 1, u, ,K i, .7- AI ,K ' -A 11125 1 A f-151 . 3 -Ae 1 - 1111111 1 , - ff ill? " f V1 15111 19131 V521 AE? iff" eil' 111511 SWE' 1:ff'?2f1 GT. K fa," my 4:1 155 1. xlS'LI'f1 3315 1 V: i lhflf 511'-.i 'W filly' QI? -,111 A 55,131 N .fm 11 "f-'11 Vill 1?- H3521 1jdf'?1 ERI 312111 W1 1 1111552 lan 3,1 Efffiiii iw: 1i5?T1'l 1:9524 lib ll F1343 inf, f1 'QQQIJ ,L ' ff-Q 1 1,11-lg f:1113,i lifjg f?7"5 15111531 M15 .gQfjQf WILLIAM CARLETON HEALY, SAMUEL IRVING HEIKES, ABQ, AKWI' in if Am, EAX, Amr, Brz: Dokooo PM Nebffwko ggi 1 Glenburn, North Dakota, ' CofI2nancrIi?hxBa1I2lig11:I1 Freshman varsity H431 Commerce, Banking Baseball fn. ,,1j.,:-11 ljl sgolmltatuxv i Graziahogen lggvirangegg wg' 1 7:-A. em: nvers y an : n 7,1 . t2l. l3l : Illlo Sta! QB! : Illlnols Magazine THORVALD EDWARD HEMB 339,11 2'1-'ff Staff 052: Siren Staff l2l. f3l: Editor Evamun, 5' '15, flffggi C43 : unlor Smoker Committee Q87 : Commeyce ,3- , Em Senior Hot Committee C43 P Homecoming University of Illinois Military Band if .1 Q-Rini Committee 145. QU, Qgy, 133, 143, . Iyltxg wo- , U- S- Army- s. A. T. c.. University of Illlnoxs. mx . 'LJU1 .iff vi Eii , HERMANN C. N. HECKEL, VICTOR MA12hHENl!Y, 'IPKT, mn is-.1 Axz, mr o"'o"'o" LLL' F- ' ' . Apncu' lt , Fl ' lt 'NX . Chzcdwo Florlcgxlre we 135315, -Z' Q Ligivgagligftsclagd Sciences Ensign, U. S. Naval Reserve. 1122.51 FFJ 1 u ' ll 1 CHARLES NEWELL HENsoN ,fgi 1 WALTER C. HECKMAN, HKN, ET Van arm l!3,'7"' 'gh Pekin Cocnmme' Bacllkgw Illi i B I snuff 55555 Engineering. Electrical Qmmme u ' " Ps H653 1'.l5.!ll I1 Electrical Engineering Society. ggznhxggnisgj 1yIaTI1g:::'eeg2if1gJulB?5,liEFtg Committee 143. 1, 5 K1 53: Q ' -'Cf' ARTHIQQM' HEPA CLARENCE CHARLES HERRMANN, ltlfgfj -'-- 1 , zcaao 5:1 " Engineering, Architectural I?e1:gsh?'ri?is?0f:E1l ,Bl -so, 1 1,:,'f,1 Commerce, General Business QESQQ QQ 1 JESSAMINE FERNE HEDGCOCK smlelnhic: Junior Smoker Commjttee j gg-35 I Plymouth 6,r3i6nSeL1lor Hat Committee MJ 5 Illmons I 1-,H , Liberal Arts and sciences Infantry. o. 'r. c.. U. s. A. IR A uw 1 , . ?1 , Swmu-nw 1543 I- lmrfwz-T,"'f."'4""-"'' 1' f--1 --I--H N- 1 'fl' I l- --11: -' ll 'Y "'l,1L1 L-l'i'i 1.:f 'TTT' 'ld 'z-,."-:, iv . rr" '..::g:,,x:1:,-1: uug " "1 -1 - .cj v, , fn., ,. . V' '- 'A-'-1" l:lfI"f"iA"' ,l 1 ."-L I '. -1 I - I . -' .-.f:'y1.r4'F" 'lflmy-' 'li . s.,.1.--zw,.'. ..+.--,- ...,-.': g ' . : -. ik! ff . , ,f 1- ,- ili lx ll' -'sill' lf?-lil llf"" I liilifi lfl 'nw i Ni can 'l ."'l li .-.mil V . gi V4 lvff lk .1 gl l'f3'.ii 1-QU 'Will infill Efiffif, EIEE? P955 ,,, 5.1 .1 .-x aw' 7111 liiif ll.fix'll1 la iv 1: "L V, , , v 4 5 rl if yi. I f' 1 .Wig zlffli gf'-:QYQ lf l'T in ,Til .Lag Grill 'tfz-hi Y-5 1 G57 1 fpfi, I.Hg,J ful D12 'r Nl' 1-52141 , ,. v Q Y iii? X I L.. . 2,1 '," L4 if. 'I . M. 'Lg-L llgifii eltflii 1 Fl' ,Qu-Lxq y T -ll lnfff. 1'ff.'.il ffl-.l. ' '- 1 'Fifi ffl 'fffifl :yfjgizy will -- 1 , .-,. .L .' 1, 'K ,V-'ixgz.:,:' 1 :1:i.p1'.,..,.,i r......,u....,-..,-,..... ---, I r l, , ,N , f r H v l. , V.. . . H H -N - 7' '-' fo"-iff'-" T1Af-J-'vi' ' if 'v I 4-W1zv1'fYt':1'r4"'fr-'r'::i't1Er: GLADYS ELIZABETH HERSMAN Hersman Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economies Club: Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 143 : Student Council. Wom- an's League C43 . HENRY BAILIE HESEMAN, EIDE Winfield, Kansas Commerce, General Business Railway Club: Junior Smoker Com- mittee Q35: Senior Hat Committee Q41 S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. JosEPH HENRY A. HEUER, TBII Libertyville Engineering, Civil Civil Engineering Club: American As- sociation of Engineers. EDITH HIBBARD, I'IBfIv Kansas City, Missouri Liberal Arts and Sciences JAMES HERBERT HIBBEN, EX Indianapolis, Indiana Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Chemical Club: Le Cercle Francaise Illinois Chemist Staff Ml. Elritelligence Section, General Staff, A. I J FERYL FRANCES HICKMAN Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences JOHN EMER Hrcxs, APP Onarga Agriculture - Agricultural Club: Basketball ill. 125 : Class Baseball 123. ,Ensizm U. S. Naval Aviation. HAROLD WAYNE HILL, fIfB1'I, QBII' Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Ksglniversity Military Band CD. 121, FLOYD BEATTY HOBART, CPKT Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club: Illinois Chemist Staff 441. Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery. U. ' S. Army. HAROLD LEONARD HOFFMAN Dwight ' Commerce, Accountancy Wrestling 123. MD. Motor Transport Corps, A. E. F. Seventy-six .ve--X ,fw,L1 El rf 'lgifu ig,-ff Vlfqll 35451. Ifligl rigsj Q57 33 E113 5421? ' 'M -ff: 1 I ffl .Heil 13521 4 ff!! 1. 1-1- lflfill ll, ,'f'a X, lsriiiilf 'rw sa , ,R iff l l 1. 'VA .l el ' 1 -I fl 1355551 Iligiif ! 4 : '-- , N Af-' ngri' wl,',t: -Q, llf. U. lx cl.. 1.2, flea, illfif in ggi- igctzg iff'-3 .pgs ,ggiizi-I ' fa. 533211 Iliff . f.-. I ffl 1 fe.. U 'nam-'J4.1,l1x,2. fi?-filfe. Lg ui: 14, L.. J .c:g.::.zgf:,u,::-,z3:,,.,l.g,L 1- ' "'i1..'x f - -wr.-, , x -' '- x . ' -pw.: -- -.3-.7 ' 1 f f ' l N I Q: " . H- -I., - 1. ' +L ily, .lpij-.1'lA.y.1. .:",'1 5 1--V-.- k f'Xl'. Ligdl ' B l 1:7-'Ci .ULU TYR 12272 fn le , EQ ev gf: 4 vijg .QF 'lvl MQ lf' - 4 MQ . , Kr 1 Wi? Gil X .,-X 1:5 ' 'S its :si 1 11153 eil .W 1511.1 , sd 1 ...J 1 'ma 5-'Z l .f 5, sw an JI: 3 fl-I: l . rj: i 551 .CPD 1 gm 2 FQ-E li '.1 l .IIJQ 1.133 ' IL... 1 .bu 1 ,iiirl :cgi ijlll re: , 1 Heil, QE :. ic, 1 z-,Y -S - A Tiff 1.1 v'Ql:Tfiii - iff. , IQQE 'ffm -fl-:El Aga. .rel K li I:-11 r, .V Sq. 5 , , , Agp- . 1021 Y a .. ,, ,, .. . ' 1 1- 5-.g. 1 , y JJ - Y Y kT.: if., A. if w - -7- -E. .Tm 1 . , 1- . . v5i,.,...-. A..-4---A - - -fn -1: -,:-r ---11' ' "-Y'j'j1A".' 'r "fi" -J .ull W-lr '- 1 ,y.... n , , ,.., 1 ,4' 11. Y .4 A 1' 1'XVf,,,' l'1ll,!:L 1 -::, -L . ,.," 1"1.'4j:f,,. g .".1- 11 I , 1- -.- 'fy'5-Al-.-'Dv'H-51.15'mfr ,- lf 'il ,. :QL-'fkrirrl---is 'Al' i....'7!:.A':.,...,Q q. g'A'.Qg.1 ,H ,r K l,1'g,'i:,'l ,jg Qfigfg- 'gr-fir1'vEu':1'1f':4::z1tivt':frr4"frQ' 'Fizvz'-11 ' - fy , ...,. ll A I 1 Seventy-sc ETHEL MARY HOLLANDER Chicago Commerce, Accountancy Woman's Athletic Association. O'r'ro MEYER HOLZMAN, KIHAT Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club: Woman's Chemical So- ciety: Menorah Society. I HERBERT OTTO HOPE' EAX West De Pere, Wisconsin Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism Infantry. 0 T. C.. U. S. Army. KINNETH C. HORRALL, AAfIw Olney Commerce, General Business Second Lieutenant, Infantry. U. S. A. CHARLES HOWARD HOULT, KE, 'PAA Chrisnlan Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Opera 127 : Mandolin and Glee Club 3 . 1 7 Radio Operator. U. S. Navy. ven ., v175:45,-A-1:.'-:rs:..::-f11- ., ,. .. .,. ,. I .... H V y V,...,,.,. T. ,. ... ... l HSUEH LIAN HSIEH Wusih. Kiangsu. China Commerce, Foreign Commerce Cosmopolitan Club: Chinese Students' Club. HERSEL WINDEL HUDSON St. Joseph Agriculture Agricultural Club: "Ag" Dance Com- mittee 147. Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. A. KATHERINE HUFF, H1341 Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences - Student Council Woman's Leamle: Psychology Club: Hockey 117: Senior Memorial Committee 147: Illinae Advis- ory Board 147. TRUSTUM HAROLD HULL, BFE Clinton Commerce, General Business Preliminary Honors 137. Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U. S. A. MARTHA BLAIR HUMPHREY, KA9 St. Louis, Missouri Liberal Arts and Sciences Mortarboard: Y. W. C. A. President 147: Second Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. 1271 Home Economics Club: Woman's War Relief Committee 137: Senior Council Woman's League 147. ' v...1g-L.....:,.-5:11 .g .. g 'yn v,. ..',. J. , w,. .1 1 A , .,, U , . fx.. ., 'fl-7:73 ifi"E3'z! l"'T'f: llfhwf Il? fi' lifiii lflfgfll M 'ij Y ,lgfiff IW' iiifiwl sm! lvl Jw fi ' f Q1 452: , 5 -,ul Mm 13,341 183.5 iiffw : "fl I 'A 'l T122-7 ff fL'.l Ijlfkll Qfiflll jfs- li71T'1i .1 24 .1 CQ iL"r'f..l PE l5'?f'il Q3 lufgzfl ,J 'Img' 43,7-I-5 11 T' -fl 4.31. we 913511 74 if 2' lfipijfi Will spy 3.'ff.Eq ,.,.- lfgsiyzi ,EYE ,rf in , M - w r cel 1' :lsr-qi -11.513 llil--'I ,filrzlfl -Cilfifgl "1 'ill I- J. Q5 1v', V MQ ,- ll fl, H' ll E? -1. ,. L. 1 1 gigekmmutw'wwnwefwF+Lwfnw4143Hw Uvrznnawf 'X M 1 vi H fl U. .44 uf: -A... wfvzl. WN' .. lg, N41-2 ,Dv 545-3412 1511 -1 f ff 1 1 iii' 1. -nl!! 1- Fi Hull. - A .1 1':,7'.1gi asp E 'iii E1-QI? ifjlif' fkvif, .,- ly- i'-all' ill-' 1'f df , f I V. ' r l x A 1 1 1 V 1 , 1. F. HELEN LUCILE HUNT Oak Park Education Student Council Woman's League 141: Woman's Welfare Committee 141: Presi- dent, Woman's Residence Hall 141. LLOYD LUCIUS HUNTINGTON, APX Pontiac . Engineering, Architectural Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 131. 141. HARVEY RUSSELL I-IUNTLEY Huron, South Dakota Agriculture, Animal Husbandry U. S. Naval Reserve. ANNA ELIZABETH HUTCHINS, X0 Roscoe Liberal Arts and Sciences BURTON A. INGWERSEN, QKKII, GT i Fulton Engineering, Civil Ma-wan-da.: Tribe of Illini: Sachem: Skull and Crescent: Freshman Varsity Football 111: Freshman Varsity Basket- ball 111 : Freshman Varsity Baseball 111 : Varsity Football 121. 181. 141, Captain 131 : Varsity Basketball 121. 131, Captain 131: Varsity Baseball 121. 131: Junior Farm Committee 131: Honor Commission JOHN A. INGWERSEN AKE, IIAE, mx Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Skull and Crescent: Ku Klux Klan: Pierotts: Sports Editor Daily Illini. 131, 141 : Illio Stal? 121 I Sports Editor Illinois Magazine 141 : Sports Editor Illini Indian 141: Sophomore Cap Committee 141: Sophomore Cotillion Committee 121: Junior Prom Committee 131: Homecom- ing Executive Committee 141: Senior Smoker Committee 141: Student Opera 121. , S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. HOWARD PHILIP IWIG, WT Peorikz Commerce Ensign, U. S. Naval Aviation. HOBART HARRY JACKSON, ET Kenny Engineering, Civil Civil Engineering Club. U. S. Naval -Aviation. STANLEY ANTON JAKUBOWSKI Chicago Engineering, Mechanical American Association of Engineers: Student Branch, A. S. M. E.: University Orchestra 121, 131, 141. ANTON JAMES JANATA DeKalb Liberal Arts and Sciences Senior Memorial Committee 141. Officers Training Corps. U. S. Army. Seventy eight , 4 , x E. 4 'T1 ':" '21 ' -E H W.-:f L ' I,-'A ' 1913! C - .' fl """"" "" " ' " -" "g""""" " 'f 'ff' affAf:1,iffi.'j4j:.ly' . 'g Q. .IQ A-it IJ. idx., . ilk' 'L V .,.lw"V:A,t.: ,L ' vw -Lv mv 5 I+: . , . .... -.':::f1.:.::': '-" ' :T':ri.-1zw.,m."Yg'v'- ,iff U..v,'I E1 'V' 'L"- """' ' ' " 'z g' -- Sm 15- fb' Wig-17 'mga 'Fi i vs-.1 I Qc! wi 5525! W 'Hrs riff' H1 1 if 'iff is W .if-'yi im: I-if W QQ 'sun LSI.: 15511 4112 J lim viii ' fs Eg' F51 M13 LH' Rafe? R55 it !:'5'y1kr flkbl 'ffl ,ly gig: W vw 4-N 'I P 1 .yy I ruff ut , ,. . figs! V' :' ,X 1 I ' YR: nfl ,-T. Hip., .gzfgfj E1 , QEQQF MYRTLE RUTH JENSEN BERNICELYN FISHBACK J ONES Rif f ff7?Q!'l Chicano Urbana 7 Lweml Am and Smmces Liberal Arts and Sciences mgfif yi-2 'wg ,1 D , 1 :wh CLEORA ELEANOR JOHNSON all 'gig St, Chme, FLORENCE D. JONES in Agriculture, Home Ecomrmics Raymond F1 43521 Liberal Arts and sciences :Q 51 i'gTf..1i V2 Ili MHIDRED JOHNSON, IIBQ aj 15? X Danville 'ZYf'f'5 mm, Am and Smms MARJORIE ANN J ONES, KA6 Qi .gg Yo Ma: Senior Invitation Committee St. Louis. Mo. , .jjylffl My ' Liberal Arts and Sciences T ,A 1 f. i 215521 r ,I:f.:E EDWIN 'REYNOLDS JOHNSON ' Q is gi ya : .. Springfield WILLIAM R. J ONES, Farm House qjjiuj- I4 ii 5223 Commerce, General Business Kirkland lff 1 I 1-77? El Ci I E l. - ii, , ' 'Q Quax-teigalstersxgzarxtgs, U. S. Army. Agnmdture .51 - 4'-Aff' Hoof and Horn Club. if '- I 5.15 Air service. A. E. E. 45, 3 N :rw-"Nw 1 RALPH B. JOHNSON, Triangle gg Janet Aga 3' : 5 ' Enrlinecrina, Mechanical ' EMILY KATHRYN JORDAN , IIBKP 52 gg." Am i an S iet f M h I I E - . . 5511? zineexfzrzc Univaityy archesffa sniff. n Carlmmue ff.: ' ,, Emigh, U. S. Navy. Liberal Arts and Sciences : 131131 . , fx 3.5,- ifi V A Seventy-nine .I 'V L I., L l 'jfjff:T1f:Zv:v. .1V3.L.,-.:..1.z:.' ,, -,Nn.::':.Qiiq L5zggQ,e.x3t...5:45:': -1l1Lgl.5yI11:,A hm J-:.H51ff"'k - Jflfil, f,.gIV.x.. :I xg 15.1. 1,1 -:yy ., ., ,, ' l.',,I,'v'.- .fr - !!X,..Iflyvi ,,f41,v1H glkflz 'rail ,Hu x..J-,riff luxfxgl'-I-.1:,.Yl' ..1 , in ,I H. W X L4 K, , KJ -X --l ww. .-J . C, fd-"I'fn - 4 K-H - --,. :f',:. ,-. -f . .. ., Y. .. , 'f5',:':V,-"I-"-' lf xfvxix-1: bf: , C' fqfilff1.12113g2', QW"qZLlM3'l4?.l.f'l'-.,1:'.L,gg':gg.s?g.:11?v-991111HQ.'g.z'-'l',i,.l1'1w','1. Q31 lui 10312 ffTaf'1.3,'.'P.ff L"iii-Qxiygafrfwgwff.mf:--W --.- ,W-,,-..,,,.-- iiqjzqr- .w.mwf?ww:f if lilelfi-'-Tifefzig, '- ,.Q1:'1:5S'51 "Wf.f..-Wffw KQV' ' 'Wu' A" 'J' 5522 pg .Qu I Flin! M A: lpn- 55? , rr, 1 if w neil wi S592 Ga L-J.. '3 up-'ijzl ' il , QS? ,Gm A g, 1 I 'YI u ' QQ? P . 1 EVM gr-' full? . if!! WVJ L 3 5 , , V W3 4' UQ : . , - f ff 3 Xfiff. if Cffli :D-',z cel :." 51233 5 QQ. U, - ng," 1 --- -W - if -...f-'I ' 75 we if , - flag" ip'- M 5. I five :ij Q 33. Sco'r'r MILHOLEANP J ULIAN, ATS! CHARLES D1-:Lal-:n'r KEMP, IIHP aj Agriculturd emma Ag,.icult.u,.ewaunetown" Indiana S K KI KI : H I t: S h C . " Lifj tillioex Cgrzfxmitsa' f2?:ngpni9?pPgTrgnEJomo: Adelphw' Lf mittee 131: Senior Invitation Committee gg Second Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. EMILY JANE KENNEDY vj Q' -- Morrison I 'if XXEW' MOSES MORRIS KATZ, 'PAT Liberal Arts and Sciences 555. D , C l d S ' 3 1' xi:-jx Liberal Arts aizvgcknzga o econd Cabinet of Y. W. C. A. HJ. Kay: S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. THGMAS E KE X ' . img , . NNEDY KID AKNI' ' Q.: CLARENCE B. KEEHNER, GX, BAW Aurora ' ' i 62 Commerce. Accgxtqgggiggla ' Coggzheggcg agngusgness , . ' N my Jumor Prom Committee 139. Comitat - C l'9SC9nt. 1f'xerrot. . Al .fall Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. vitation usbomoqnfrce Chfbi semor .In' li? s. Army. committee 1511 Illinois, bniE:mfSTfn'ng 5 Q S5325 WILLARD FLOYD KEEPERS, AZ4, S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. 5,55 t Mazen W. fir, Annmdture GRIFFITH , ' - " ' dj.. Baggggtmuady Afrsculgiral F0113 ,H .msg S ISIEQIEIELLEY, Acacza "T-: . : ass oo g , , ' iifij' Junior Can Committee 183: Serzor Me- Enmneenna. Ceramics C65 533-j' morial Committee MJ g Treasurer. Junior Scabbafd Bhd Blade: Keramos' Ameri- Q9 9,141 Claes f3J.- can Ceramics Society: Military Bhll Com, Air Service. U. S Army. mittee CSB : Major. University Brigade , A-1 4 ' fy next WILLIAM LLoYn KEEPERS, A242 9.3 ':'9,' M 5 , Ma Algicwuge A i Ton WENDELL L, KENNEY, HKN, ET 'xv I omi a us: gr cu tural Club : Cla Ch ' L9 ?::'sebs::..s,:f' .f,2.z,.1.:1'aHa.,1::ma:::- .xiii Elqcgmzf N,iV: senior Breakfast committee MJ. . Tmlafictxligml Eraznneenng Society: Varsity lfejpi Air Service, U. S. Army. U, S, Naval keserve. EQ? ,ffffl l C31 .uxjbgtl I 3.3 lil 15525 fl, 2231 fftwl , ll I My A .f . ,. .. , , Eighty ' 'ei ' ' .f 73,'5t'tT7lr,'Fff :jf'fr9f1:fi:1MXf15b. '?H?J1,619-E"-iSAjY5'.1f-'-11-I'j"K?91.Q :mee iigff 'WU-'3'7d2E'1'i'f"'i'x:'Lf?i1,'g3'3 i"'j5f1vf f- -- -,,. -.g:,.-.-. ,. An' A 1 4 V fn' L mi s-f, r , o V we-I-.. X f 1 1 ,X M ., ,, - .W I... , ff il . 'f 1, 1021G,'.".I-1':....Lf.L.,..--..--...-..,-..v,-.-.,..l...-,-,H,,,,, C'?HfII"j5iiiar',QQj''Wiiyf' Uiiklliilii, li?" 'iwgwvyqgqifwg' -'TH-14-' '-3-yf'51'mJ '- I,"-gr ' 'ix .23,'g,',f31-iijzfr wjf,ftg,y1,,1,' if Ng.:-,fr,w ,jAj7'i27Q U: ' V-ll" i vu' C H "" 'A W iw' "4"W-' N V .,,,',I " Q W A V ':'f:",if pgj, Xgvy ill, V?" Alf' SQ? M lf? 335+ :gow -' gjfig cylj ,,x',,, 44. 5331 Iliff IQ! 1 .iffzy any if X F555 N91 FQ liifill 45434 riff I ' ffl F"- B 525.5 , 13 FQ 565 iff? fo' iii -it ilrfgliqg 4Al.fj'7 f I JU ly- X553 F33 7651 ff: 'QA I 'CU l .J ' n 2 F3 l fl . C5 GQ' H eu C 2 :yt rcge, 65, rg L! QQ 552, 'af 5252: PAUL FRASER KENT PERCY L. KINNEY, Farm House Qffgi Gridley l Galesburg 3 C532 5 Engineering, Civil , Avfwulmfe if 2- ' B h ll G -Id: - ' - I Agricultural Club. . I VC Mui, ss Maizxln Evsarixsrisn S. A. T- G-. Un-my of rum- fe rw iiffoclatlon of Engineers: Class Football 191' fo . - lf :fri 55735 :rank Corps, U. s. Army. ESTHER ELOISE KINSEY, AEA My ' lv Champaign I 'TN Liberal Arts and Sciences 5 E EMIL -LORENZO KERCHNER Senior Mixer Committee Ml. fi QI Freeport ll Lal' ' - . , , K dAg2t::'L5f:f"ccs EMMA E. KIRCHHOFER, MDB, TEH -. 2 ' Kansas City, Missouri GD' ,-W , , I L55 4 Cmnmerce ,fg- T4 w a ' Wa R 1' f c 'ie may Q 419.2 eff? LILAC MAzoE Kmn studglfinciouncii wii1fan'so'riEQgf2 my Xiu' QU Astoria Woman's Welfare Committee 143 : Senior if Liberal Arts and Sciences lgiiier Committee MJ: Treasurer, Illinae 'Q N Bethany Circle. ' -.dfgl ,QE yt! .. 4 ,irq 5555 4 ESTHER ONEITA KIRK 633.5 J oHN WILLIAM KTNMAN, AFP Taylorville QQ? .jx ' , Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences cfm lim Agriculture if f. M3553 Ensign. U. s. Navy. T221 lggfgll DONALD K. KISSINGER, AT iw ' Bradford 32653 QQJQX ,VINCENT PAUL KING Commerce, General Business ,iff Wifi? A I,ndianap0lig, Indiana wgvribe of Illini: varsity Baseball 423, ,gfly ,gg ' - , 'v,:.a Zggilmlfr service U S Army RFirst Class Quartermaster, U. S. Naval 'ifigr v , . . . BBBFVE. I ufw Ile-1 '-Sill? v1f'IlJ .11 wif' 599' 1 ,wg ,-1 -'JCQ1 EFL 4 big, If Eiyhtu-one ' , ill 4KlfTg'i4??'f",Fl5,'-E'ii'Av'w" ?'LLi,x12?ip'I"' i'g.iL1',' I L v - ' .?EIiIi'z:"iz " "V"1:1112-T1L?.:,:ixix41'L -:.1:::Y.':l':.FLila: y,v,.4,z:r ' " Efjjw' -5. ,,:':, ..... Mila - 1 lil ..,...,,- .. . . I,' ,::,..n A Y - 'NANNIE MAREA KITCHELL Morrisonville Liberal Arts and Sciences ZENIAR KIZER, AEA Mattoon Liberal Arts and Sciences GEORGE M. KLECKNER, AKWI' Freeport Commerce Spaulding Guild: Junior Cap Committee 133: Hobo Band Committee 143: Treas- urer, Sophomore Class 123 : President Sophomore Class 123. Infantry, 0. T. C.. U. S. Army. FLEDERICK KLENK, Triangle Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Engineering Civil Engineering Society: American Association of Engineers: Track Squad 143. Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps. CARL LAWRENCE KLING Dixon Engincering, Ceramics 'gltudent Branch American Ceramics So- Cl Y. Field Artillery. A. E. F. MILDRED KNAPHEIDE Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Yo Ma.: First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 143: President. Woman's Athletic Asso- ciation 143 : Hockey Team 113. 123, 183, 143: Bowling Team 113. 123. 133. 143: Manager. 133 : Varsity Hockey 183 : Sen. lor Invitation Committee 143: Senior Memorial Committee 143: United War Work Campaign Committee 133: Senior Council Woman's League 143. GEORGE WASHINGTON KOCH, NPT Davenport, Iowa Commerce Commerce Club: Skull and Crescent: Y951-sity Chlgogtlxll 1513 :h 1920 Illaotgfafl : n. o o ' 123 : Junior Mixer Cor?xmmgge183.o mn KE FRANK HENRY KOEP , Acacia Chicago Engineerino. Mechanical Student Branch A. S. M. E. U. S. Navy. ' GERALD KOHLER, B011 Chatsworth Liberal Arts and Sciences U. S. Naval Aviation. MORRIS LOUIS KOMROSKY l n G'a.r1l. Indiana Enmmzerzna, Architectural Menorah Society. Eighty-two . 3 itz 1 W if . yi: me l . 151103 lg. .3 H.. l A-1-,l '11 iff 4 ,. 9. r.. .. lent... ,,k. .1 . .,:r.1,.:.. J .'.g",4-,5.,4:'-U 1,11 'I ji . -,,- -:1 1 - a -A Y 3 X ,Il 'CITY 1.4 ,'1'.'. .1 -. . ltr .Ln JI. 'J '1 1 I lg-V.. ry .V 1 ffl: lf 1 ni 1 dijil l,,iCl,.3l P397 5' I nel .QCA It Ute. n-.. .lg M114 QW '3 nv,- 'H r . lj ' 1 .-.-5. Q MQ. Llg .. .. , 'lZ'l'7':'l Mfr-1 r .Uijfl 4 :jf V. 33, fl il?.'!.' '45,vA, 1' V, , 1 if if ill' fi .ff-J-il mf' wr -11. ,uf : ,-J. Q.. Pl ,hx .lfiklr l i I i.. 1-. 4. .-. i 'i ,. f.. 1 l . W1 w. JI ' K l ' .- M -A Il, ,VN ., ,Ki-'F 1: ' 1' 4 5. 55322 . ., , Mlm We !19?E? UGG: 125-i113 I 19-A' ff -'z ,. 55.35 '-ill: V- ici' Qlfsili fx 'r E-F19 6 if? if-Jn. izfby. w,-QE: Ljjigt .5-Q, lar ,. , . 4511-L qw 21 . 1 i lf jf. In 'fl fyw. C , ' r-, . .13 V-'-W3 wi. ' I ,. ' v V yn. .2 5: L :' . lil iv irx 1. ,QE If !'f'.xi,,,. I-, 'Qi' 5' X In . Q, Q-1.2: I ff? gwfyfr . PC WALTER G. KOUPAL, AXE, KIIAT Crown Paint, Indiana Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club: American Chemical Society: Captain. University Brigade. ASecond Lieutenant, Infantry. U. S. rmy. CHARLES HENRY KRAMER, HT2 Alttm Engineering. Mechanical Bushnell Guild: Student Branch. A. S. M. E.. Vice-President 185: Americagn Association of Engineers: Treasurer. Jun- ior Class 135. U. S. Naval Aviation. ELSA LOUISE KRENZ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alethenai: Le Cercle Francais: Hockey 115: Baseball 115: Woman's Welfare Committee 145. WILLIAM ENocH KRIEGER, Acacia Peoria , Commerce, General Business Freshman Class Basketball 115: Illinois Magazine 125: Junior Smoker Commit- tee 135 : Senior Invitation Committee 145. First Class Quartermaster, U. S. Naval Reserve. THEoDoRE KRUGER, TBII, ET Peoria Engineering, Mechanical Eighty-three MILDRED CAROLYN KUCH Farmer Citu Liberal Arts and Sciences - Gregorian: Le Cercle Francais. CLARENCE R. LABIER, EN, QBII Terra Haute, Indiana Liberal Arts and Sciences FLORIAN LAMPERT, JR., Triangle Oshkosh, Wisconsin Engineering, Architectural First Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. Army. ALVIN LEONARD LANG, B611 Urbana Agriculture Ma-wan-da: Tribe of Illini: Sachem: Agricultural Club: Freshman Varsity Track 115: Varsity Track 125. 135: "Ag" Dance Committee 185, 145. U. S. Ambulance Corps, A. E. F. PAUL EUGENE LANGDON, Triangle, ST, TBII Chicago Engineering, Civil S. N. T. C.. University of Illinois. 1 Fa., ,I ig .1 , lr ,I 1'.'y33 K: ,1 6. af IN Li! re D fi ll- it .- M il L9 fgvx' l., 1 , .,i Qdw' 111: 4 'Q 'il eu QQ! 11 ' X' .1 Q. 91. A.. fn? -'1 . .5 .13 lt-J-4 IW. W. S- M75 ' 'TS S, ia? iii Q1 H2 ff H91 V . riff? i,C5'3,- , fixwi if I V231 sgss.. ggggi., Nfl viii pei w. lea! Sea H iii QS P 5 Qu 'raw le. ,. 2915.21 QTY: xiii i . 1 ' il L 5-Q31 Mill :Ml Lint.. fnfifii .ifzleil -iflf ,wifi 'li il ,V .ij 'n !..ff .iii r ii, a ,mr u. ir' X.: : tj, A as .nv " 35.34. iiglflj, A Mix .Exif kQ Diff Hill? 15156 XA - I 'tif' E- 1: Q' yr, ESQ? 13123 like ,ily PQI Pai VS L91 ,C lf? lr kill I ftlx 1' 1-5595 i lf: ki- iffll' HE, EDWARD LARsoN I KENNETH S. LEWIS, AT, QBII liligil Gam L'b 1 A ta dwgcgtm 5135 Liberal Am 'Wd Sciences 'Fifihmfn ggrsitftcgggbk um 1 sopho. l Class Baseball C11 : Class Football 111. more Cotillion Committee 123. 1 135. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ASecond Lieutenant. Infantry, U. div rmy. 1 -yy, Lao LEWITAN 1 1 Chicago ,X MARcELL:'VilXSl::: LAVAL Enginueving, Mechanical Liberal Arts and Svimfs . Romvr W. LILLEY, AXP, HT2, er Woman's Cosmopolitan Club: Alethenai: Aurora Scribbler's Club: Illinois Magazine Staff Engineering' Mechanical Vjf ul 7 Illini Staff ul' Chairman. Junior Cap Committee. CSD : 1 ' Senior Hat Committee Hi. ' 11.5. , Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. REQ ARTHUR LEE, APA S, Army, Hudson, Wisconsin , -. E-naineev-ing. Architcct'u.ral FLORENCE ELNv95:neLINDAHL1 Aka Captain, Air Service, U. S. Army. Lillolmal .1118 gnc! Siicinafs W . ortar oar : e enai: oman's i. 5,9 Athl t' A ' t' : S Ill' i Staff NEIL MCLEAN LEITCH, AXA, QBII 213 :E liVvorr'?:?1?sa lligftoyrulxlmcgls Iylagagne 5195" 2 : oman's r. ' : .V eff Liberal Am amlTg':Z:m 'womangs wvmr 1Ee1ief.ggmimrl1cgsp: 315:51 , omans are ommi e g air- " Tribe of Illini: Varsity Football 137, man, Social Committee. Woman's League 143. IBD: Chairman. Co-ed Carnival Com- Hu-fi S. A. T. C. University of Illinois. :Estee xiii! :PPr?3ldint.JS1aphon2:fire Illggsae Lsrig, g ce- res en n : 1 0 L L "ner Dum Kopfn' u or Ms SA 0IS ENT :'1:'.L9' chicago LAWRENCE JAY LINDSAY, 2II Liberal Arts and Sciences Am.iculm,.e Chmwo Home Economics Club: Woman's Glee ' Agricultural Club: Illinois Agricultur- Club. lst Staff 131, MJ. , sgi UV-- Ewhzy-fouf fl-gif .-..,. -i,,m-...ilu ,.,:'LQ.uf.i-:ur3.1...1L1:L:.1-,E-,uzrlzy.12 glsizrzr, 4551.455 .I--- f,.'- -'ix 11' if iv " 1' . .L.J1M,,. :::1r1.,:::x'Ju 11.41, 1:1 1 : -.":rJ:,,...: ' '-..45:..:.:::,,:.-:...,.-,- 5 . ,f'fi,21f,f .1112 Weil.41:-'i.f'w+.Tf-,i-ff ff '-:vii -I 2 f :M 'fvQ'ff5.', 'f,"b.'i" H' - v-- 'T X ,rv V 'CP N f -N Y ' I H F 4 1 'Tl 1 3-w3Ane1ii11fi1:.f5Ti f,i-fiQ1mf.i+E Ku?i551.eiZsif2",,i,'3ifff ILL IOif13'fa.jgggg 5.1. 515. Lfigikrligiigsil s2ff?1'1,i-SAMTF .git-5,lf11f,: 'Qt U Vx,5,:AQ-gifs. .,j..53i5V1.53-5:-11-fr :r":z':1::-rggfgt-.-xgzfi mn .g'::rffw':-nvxrrzjtg-.lm jf- il L A L ' L ' A A- .A it 1521 ici iw ggi! 33? IU .SVEJ1 I ,fig ggi: FLEA iii? -S-211 in .2 F5511 V1 '1 . 7 wwf .LQ rw YQ: sf? QL 59 F353 Fgdf, was P321 ESM Wi Q3 'ian r'-1 7"i ,gffql 11.35511 'fijl IQ, 1 -:Qi .5 TA., Jw 5 L4 fs? 921 fffii RALPH ELDER LINDSEY LENORE LOPEZ, AFA fill? E3 I Bryan. ohio santiago. Chile gigfy Engineering, Architectural Liberal Arts and Sciences ,gil Eg- T Air Service, A, E. F. Illiola: Woman's Cosmopolitan Club: Q2 A gentro Litgrario gsnyanol I bLe LC5rcle Q14-J: ,f ' g : a mo- 1 THOMAS MORGAN ,L1v1NGs'roN, Ed-2 Alrglgrtiggno- 'mm U U . J ' ,L . -' Amcuuum M""m'i CHARLES E. LovE.roY, Jn,, Captain. University Bgrigade QU.. GIPFA, AKAI' sm S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. Chicago lure L, . Commerce, General Business QQ? 'S Af M . -d g K Klux Klan: Skull and 'A MARIE EDITH LFEWELLYN' HA Cresigns? 'Fribe uof Illini: Student Coun- SL! X' , ' Lib Z A' ts dstgrlfnn eil, gl 3 BVariitH cgootlgallh 121. 185. ...Qilf is 1 1 era 'r an 01011608 4 : ass ase a : OD omore o- IK! If Mathematics -Club: Yo MQ: Won'1an's 2:5011 glimmitffee C23 Q President. Junior tiff I gggggxorgoangggtteg, 142 : Vice-President. BSS - gl 152,32 CHING1-lsr HIRAM Lown 3351 ii? '! LAWRENCE DUNCAN LLOYD, AXA A ,.icu,tu,,, Pe""1"' Chma C3252 -v. 9 -1. - fi! Q Catlin Cosmopolitan: Chinese Students' Club: I Liberal Arts and Sciences Horticultural Club: Class Soccer 141. ,fi 1",' 'U i 'ty B d ill. 125. 135. 443: 1 , ,fffi Gleenavifdisivlandolin Club 447 : Junior Cap JACK LQWITZ, EX Milly Vial 5 Committee 133. Chwago- ,ITV Sill' S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. Commerce, General Buszness iff? ,Q-wtf! Skull and Crescent: Freshman Varsity 77.55 :Exe Baseball mp Illinois Union fam. 35,52 .5512 EMILY FIDELIA LooM1s ffm,-,3 Chicago ARNOLD AIigLILJg313dLUNDG1iEN M31 ,TAT Liberal Arts and Sciences Engbneering, C'v'l Gjlf President, Undergraduate Mathematics Biishnell Guildz: American Association 55432 .3713 Club 147. of Engineers: Civil Engineering Society. M521 'YS' '5 ' :gi ffiijf .19 w -11,11 1 jig: ssl iffy l , !3f25vi'. N4 - " N f Iii-P-'-sf ""' ' " 191113, gwiggg ' ii 'Q 'gg Aff 'i1?3:"g:x:x.'v,3g:xirz -'gQ:.:'5:iqfxglxziffi-r.:,wirr11:x:'r3::::1y7.,QggrJ.g.Qgg: sm 11314441 '.':l1gl1f2 1 D ' 14' in :H -1 ,V .1 t 'f ' 14701 -,r A 4" tw ',-5 . 1- X 5 1 7Alj,w ' f'-,'ll.l.lO..1-' K R , 'M ,nl ,E lj, ,E V' tp. We F' :Es Mi eaftafl ill' A E1 yi cg -3534.1 klzfiil 1 E15 'gli I K ug xr: gil-ji 'kg 3? if 2i'I4'5l +L ,J ggg' M rl If ' c: L' ' 1 . -ng: gpg, 'wal ?E?ih5'1 wi 53Q'f U i it 6155: ffl .iff ,' ' .Nl I"-TN 1 .V-bldg Qc.-liz! ' " 311 F112 V1-fry 152:51 11. 91 1. n-1114 1,9 31 31375 1 5 1 1 I qlfkf. my T21 ,722-3'j .Al t, Mic, lg "QUE Q Um. s-1 f s-4 11 - :ij 'L Q? 1, :fly , - If 21, . j. .1 WILHELMINA C. LUTHER CLIVE MAINE MCCAY 521- - ' Champaign LOUGMPMT. 111454110 l2.' "1 1' ill! Liberal Arte and Scnbnces Liberal Arts and Sciences ,fl 1 h Cl b, Cosm p litan Club: J i S k ' 22,3 if Span B u Committees? 133 : Univergltlyor Orcglegtsg ff" ig 123. cam. 147- ' 1119 l'.'i,1 ,rvlqff luv" f l,'."f-cl MARIAN P. MCANALLY I'fI'B 'PKK R.-.. Nw MWM Vmmf ' HELEN EVELYN McCoNNEr.r. W T.",Lf . . . Champaign 'T-33 .-,frly Lzbcral Arts and Scwnces L,b al A nd , 4 ,, .. C. X z W . GI cl bn 1 cr 'rts a Sozences 3 A Athenean Oman B ee u Illiola: Student Council Woman's League N22 141: Woman's Athletic Association: Wo- 1155 l,Q.w'!g man's Welfare Committee 10. I 11 LYMAN C. MCCASKII.L, QPKT ' li Amwlmm C"""'W'0" THOMAS H. McConMAc1:, MI, OT 1,1113 Adelphlc Literary Society. , La' sane Clk'- 1n u,,,i! Coast Artillery Cox-Ds. Liberal Arts and seamen 110:55 flggigl ' . Keramos: Skull and Crescent. Ui GLADYS BERNICE MCCASLIN, FQB HELEN ELIZABETH MCCUTCHEN I, .gil Chfvfwe ' New Boston, Iowa 15 , ,ffffq Liberal ANS and Svifmvel Liberal Arts and Sciences ,I ifihldl, Le Cercle Francais: Illlola. 653511 fs U 'IGN BERTHA GALIE MCDOUGALL, Ar .I Q 1 Petersburg Q jf! Qff: Lifhggutg L Liberal Arts and Scieoices ,friiil Libvfal A118 and 5023028 AGegevaGClub6l ,CaE:detCY. M6 C. 55-A . : ee u : ross om- 1 -Qi iifnfif Woma.n's Welfare Committee 143. mittee, Woman's League 183. X163 :lux pf-. L-,Q Q1 1 QT 145 4 515352 '-f?1' gif vw,Jw,J,U,,,,,1'algggxgggxjf:LI--fTux:eLgiu1ru1z,p.1.i:Q1'x,zii1,r.::xk'7ixf5 ' ' if i15xjf?i'LfQxZ3?i"'-Li5i g:i1jx:'x1kz-141:'gx1:1.'.j::x7...5'C1If.g'i,.:r.r:::.:x'?4.z.:":,:i,E'L'Hi-ii? 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'li . . . .4 yf ,f 54' I.,.,1 1. 1 .x ' :fel xl U11 'fl 1.1 .,1 1.1 - in 1 R, ...I 1 - 'Ml . 3 151 4 1 ' lffilll lil? 1'1.f'l 51.11 21 f-Ffiil iff? ' 1 H15 KHP- ' ri' 113751 1, . 11 iff, -I 153: :qw pill 11911 'N 'ffl Q41 :QQ 113121 will Fw wi ic.. .Qigfl ,151 1751" fifw' ll'-.gl E-L-'iff G, 11215 A1 56511 Mi. 1 if it 'yi' ml.: Elf:-1 Qkglfi '.9f-Q1 fx. 7--1. ning. liar 112.3 .11 . '11 41 IQ.. if-4 fl ' ef 1,1',f1Qli 2,3151 1.59 E31 " f l 7':- qxpxzvi DOROTHY WARD MACKEY, AEA ROE EUGENE MALLs'rRoM 5111: inf 4. ' Plankenton, South. Dakota ' Harvey ' Wg. 51-.Uni Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Eco- C, . . . . 532 Q-,1 .,w,,,ics ,ammerce, Railway Admznwtratwn 'lf' 1 Railway Club. Leflll MILDRED KIRTLAND MAGERO com Artillery corps- VA. E. F. lic: F" . ' Chicago fig W Liberal Arts and Sciences '-1,921-1 15,1 V Illiglaz Cgeneva Club: Woman's War Re- 1.45.1 ff, 51' 'ef ommntce gal' FRANCES J. MALDNEY, AXS2 "1 ERNEST LOUIS MALAPERT, KE DIIUGWV' L Gif: SF- C gage Citg, Kansas Liberal Arts and Sciences 1' 'fy . ommcrce, 1 orezgn ommercc , - , 5, Glee Club: Pierrot: Siren Art' Staff French Club' spanish Club' 1 11241 Le Cercle Francais: Student Opera ' l l Corporal, Quartermaster Corps, A. E. F. . ' QT: 5 ' ' MARSHALL R. MALSBURY, AZ Q59 ,'-1,11 DAVID K. MALCOLMSON, TKEQ TBH Wrden ffl., IGQAII Kansas City, Missouri Agricuuure l SQ, ' fill, Engineering. Mining I Q11-1' V175 1 Mining' Engineering Society : Marine Agrlcultural club- ilff-J fglggll Club 147 . Rifle Club um 1 swam coun- .gem ':,fg.fj1 eil 143: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 125. 131: jf.: 1-1331 President, Y. M. C. A. 143 : Board of Di- 5:51 mcper... Y. M. c. A. 129. 147 1 cu.. Rosmnr MANDE1., KPAE, Aqwz :. Q-1.1 Swimming Team 111. 121, 135. Chicago Ii 351.1 vqilg Sergeant, U. S. Marine Corp. . . ' . 15515, ,ggi Liberal Arts and Sciences, Medzcme 111115 JoHN BERNARD MALLERS, III, EN A 3531 E. Q21 ' Chicago , , , 1151.5 iylgil Liberal Arts and Sciences 391 ,ffill Skull and Crescent: Ku Klux Klan: SHIRLEY MANN, AOII lift? -Y'-gm Scarab: Sophomore Cotillion 123: Junior Kankakee 15541 ,-,ijt-3 Smoker Committee 137 p Senior Mixer . . '. 17,3 .' Committee 443 1 Agriculture, Home Economics Q'-gg jf,-1. Second Lieutenant. Air Service, U. S. Yo Ma: Second Cabinelzi Y. 'M. C. A. 2, uffyf QQQ1, Army. 131 : Vice-President, Y. M. C. A. 141. ' '.",'11: - A ' - .491 5-if' lf-gp. .,.gg1 115,11 fill 5 4:21 Lil: i W1 1 Eighty-eight 1 ,324 i L' :1'L'11g-.gggggxgt " .11 1: 1.1 11. 1: ,.z.u,Lxix .1.:xu'i: 5 ' 'u..x,...-J' " M2121 11:1 LJ.: 11' 'Yi 'Jul Jnlirsiil Y .'.:.?!. 'i':..-ixiiiwig m"':lT7zi:13li.,':'iiii ' Y ' T q11?ff:11faf,1ff fxlfffiisfv11r:f2f1?3iE25.1171Q-,'?1s1fiie1'ff1e1C PTM - LH Q. -fp. ,M . 1 xy 1: Llp, 'I-Ulf fx , :iff V 1 ...1- A., N1 145511: :gpg ,zsiiil 'iifiiil 12195 , sf, 'Elia F 1. Q3 li 14 vs 35351 1, , p.. fail wie ,,a. ri ' lc. , 1522! .5251 W SEI F2521 153 'I N I 5,-lf. . 1 1: Qfili ... , in 1 r ffl vid, .5114 e'1'iglll -,zgiig .5-I-.Pl 1,51 I 3 lf,-T1'i lil 5 , Xizgm nz' " .fl ICU , if 1 Qfj .3 -F2214 . -J. .Im 1.. 91. fix' .L5 ..- sig .H V vj1'- .. 11-1.13 tg 5,11 . "H - X H' :...I 1, in -L41 If-'A 1, 1-1 fi-U 455.15 ,,. I ffl, li 41 'itll iq-llil :"'.+' -N. .I H, 7- - ,.., . ' ' '-V'-1 ',".f EZ jv , '. rg ' ., 1 .5 , I ri. me: .1 j , ,A --- .-- :nw 5 ' H l lil' ,.. if I A-4,1 1 .-.1...'z WILLIAM ALFRED MANN, JR, AXA, AKK, QBII Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences, Medicine ELIZABETH CAROLINE MANSPEAKER AX9, TEH Champaign Commerce, General Business Woman's Athletic Association: Baseball 115, 125, 135: Hockey 145: Senior In- vitation Committee 145: Co-Ed Carnival Committee 145: Secretary, Junior Illinae 135: Preliminary Honors. OLEN CROW MARKWELL Stonington Agriculture Engineers, A. E. F. VINCENT B. MARQUIS, firm ' Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry University Glee and Mandolin Club 145. BEssIE ELLEN MARSH, AFA Urbana Agriculture, Home Economics Woman's Athletic Association: Home Economics Club: Hockey 125, 135, 145: Baseball 135: Basketball 115, 125. 135: Preliminary Honors Eighty-nine , ELMER EDWARD MARX, BP2 St. Louis, Missouri , Commerce, Banking ' Adelphic: Spanish Club: Captain, Uni- versity Brigade 145. . Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U. S. A. FREDERICK GOTTLIEB MAURER CPKE, AKWII, IIAE Chicago . Commerce Ma-wan-da: Sachem: Skull and Cres- cent: Commerce Club: Daily Illini Staff 115, 125. 135 : Siren Staff: Business Man- ager Elect, Daily Illinie 135 : 'Business Manager, Summer Illini: 145: Sophomore Cotillion Commitee 125: Chairman, Jun- ior Cap Committee 135 I Senior Hat Com- mittee 145. Coast Artillery Corps. 0. T. C. ' EHRMA PAULINE MEADE Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's War Relief Committee 125, 185: Woman's Welfare Committee 145: Illini Business Staff 115: Mardi Gras Committee 125.' ROBERT WOODRUFF MEALS, AXP Peoria' Agriculture PHILIP ROLLEN MEIIIANGTON, ZX Chicago Commerce, General Business Circus Manager 145: Sophomore Co- tillion Committee 125: Junior Cap Com- mittee 135: Senior Memorial Committee 145 : Homecoming Committee 145: Presi- dent. Sophomore Class 125. Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. A. I .ig -1 I.: q-1 1.--W K. L .,.'..rz:111:',.zI,.,,.'::, ,.,, ...L:',9:...r.,:.-'..4i::..,, .:,.g:l ..1g.g.:.,.4,..,.f,v.,,M-M I ' 1 ' ' l I 5 I 4 l 1 fr 1, A5 1 , . A . . , ..f... . ,.,, 1r,.,:.,, V , f-'il I I .. .F 5 ,fi lv ' I is I illlfi' ,iiblf !"',' ,liven 5!r,I,,,,, 1' 14 W 5 . 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'Egg lm: rf ali? 302 x T w R EDP .QPU if Q31 ' G, ,gk - z C . Q: R.-Z1 ALTHEA A. MERCHANT, AKA VIRGIL WAYNE MIDDLETON, AII fhligg , St' LWi3',Mi"3W"'i Victoria, Texas Vfij-5 Liberal Arts and Sciences Engineering 'Civil j DAVID FELMLEY MERKER, .Americqn Association of Engineers: ,hfli Farm House Civil Engineering Society. kia. A I Belleville gricu ture 4 ig Agricultural Club: Agriculturist Staff JOSEPHINE KINGSTON MILES, AEA 11551 127, C815 "Ag" Dance Ciorglmittee C373 Peoria jgfgfj' Senior Mxer Committee 4 . . . 7,41 Radio operator, U. S. Navy. 1 Liberal Arts and Sciences , FREDERICK ILLIAM MEYER JR. f 56569 XA, QM, ' CARL RoscoE MILLER, I'2K u I Kansas City, Missouri Chavrmman 63 Ligffali ATS? gndbfgviengs ts J i Liberal Arts and Sciences a an au eg ierro : unor . . . , . . . 'Q Circu: Manager 437: Junlor Mixer Com- stEg'I5Q4:glhn' Staff 42, ' mmols Magazine If mittee 189: Homecoming Committee MJ : ' ikifif Preliminary Honors: "Seven Chances": gpg:-53 "His Majesty Bunker Bean": "A Pair fri-Q: of Queens": Pierrots Vaudeville. CLIFTON WARNER MILLER, AKE, BT I Qgf Cairo 1 Rf, WILLIAM 1wAc15llL?nILI?li:fICHAEL, A2112 Engineering, CM, Liberal Arts and Sciences Cillil EnQiY1e91'in3 SOQWW- lgifiif' Adelphia, pier,-ot, Mask and Bauble: Second Lieutenant, Air Service. U. S. pq!-yr, Phllomathean-Adelphic Debate 123, 131: AYMY- L35-rf, Glee and Mandolin Club MJ: "Keep to the Rlght": "Rulers -tonthe' Sean: "Pro- lfrgjj. EFI Under Difficulties : Seven Chanc- WILBER GLENN MILLER Infantry, 0. T. C.. U. S. Army. Triangle, ET ilgfi . W,i,.:l IRENE ELEANORA MICHE ' ' Jerseyvzlle , Elmhurst Engmecrmg, Architectural hiffw. Liberal Arts and Sciences Swrab- , . '-I Nmetu ii- L ' ,.r . , , . ,- 4 ,4 .,',:.'i 11,11 .,.L, Liu, x-,5,:.e1:i,.: J ".1:..i....'g.ikf.V'r'. 1 - . f'w'1, 1 ww Y IQ.--ffl . f . 1 ll -.1 'ef r fi? ',J , . 1 'I PstII MI FUI 115:13 icy! N. I , Iiiml I' si , QI IIQJQ Il'- Ilfify :DI I tw I,I'fT5 lx, 24.15. I' -. .' , 1 I RTS- I l , I 1319! fi fe! x-it 1-' ' -. J Ili? I Gr 14 ,-15, ICU 1 1,655 11f'r,'1I I-4.1511 .:-,- I "Eli : 'Lf .lvl . 1 fry' I A: -,-, , 4 .al f':Lf,iI -C in i: 5.1 fill' 1 I I I I I 1 I I 1 1 I i, I 1 5. ,I 1 1, 1. I I, 1 'FT I VY I f 211, I Le,-l 5 l,' ,fir XLJ, 'FYI tv-,U , I I :rv 'I ,, 5,9 'fiigiq I-JI X535 -F1341 4, f- l. ,u"33I , t, 1""' ', ,Tift Ii iff? ,' -11 f:41t' . 'V K it .,u , QU. 75 "TI, 4. tall , - L: ,ffnlfly -.ge ll l"iI , 1 l 1-if! viii ' H .,g.If, A ,, . ,I Ia- .3. 1 ,., - , P 1, .'-1 1. .. ,1 ,,-, 1 .- ' 777'7?7T'fMf ral 1 :fr f 1 fiffiiiijglig .3 . lfi7337i'T1"fTMTIF'-Till 1 "-. 55!f:1l'1i.IQ41'IwI!Jiif1ffxgriilfE F735fl''f:"zfnv:l.A-'rff::1I?Ltf:5frL4l'?fffr .vi-'I,s:Hi?vv I 11 ,S I 'ffl 'qffi J! 'gan IR iw! Ifpl Ie IPI my 5359!- I1 Eff. ff? :W Irffi :lily IIN? its IJ? H5512 !"1"Iv I 'CJ ' I-'58 IFS N651 It-gff Hifi: JOSEPH- SUTTON Mona, HELEN M. Moons, AOII AKE 9T, IIT2 Mount Carroll 11I1Sl,:I E"Wi"e9"'i"'9" Mechaniwl Liberal Arts and Sciences T" Skull and Crescent: Sachem: Ma-wan- , Am . A . i , cl Ijfujf da: Student Brunch, A. s. M. E.: Student Woman S C we 8900116 011- 959 lfyffp, Council MJ: Freshman Varsity Swim- H00k9Y Team fs? F VBTSWY Hockelf Team fix, ming 113 : Acting Manager Football C33 : 141 : Basketball Team 147. gjj 'Q' Manager, Track 141: Junior Smoker ,rjvff Committee 437: Chairman, Homecoming gijiji - Finance Committee Nb. WALTER RAYMOND MOORE 31, S. N. T. C. University of Illinois. Farm House, AZ 'Asnml MoMsN'r wataga ?,?r'iif. n Chicago Agriculture .jgylfl Chemwfzl Ewmwerinv Agricultural Club: class Football 121. ,,3f.:.l Chemlcal Club- Q47 : Junior Smoker Committee Q31 : Pre- 11911-"1 IRMA NAOMI MoNoHoN 'imi"a'Y Honors' Iiifjiij Urbamz ,I 'ig' Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econom- ' M AXIMO ELADIO MORALES 108. ff Q", lt!-Iolxe Economica Club :CylgwmzEn'sk Lima. Peru 1 eic ssoc ation: eneva u : as e a Ch ' 1 E ' ' ,gif cn. c2J, 131. ws Captain 1315 Ulm oliraiineeang' Ch l l Cl ll- W I't" ' Hockey 111. f2J. 137. 441 : Captain 433. P 9 ' I em ca .U ' ilL-,QJI 44, . Baseball 43, My . Varsity Hockey Club Latino Amerlcano, Circulo Llter- .51---it Temh 423' 431. ' ' ario Espanol: Soccer Football CBJ. 5:11 WINIFRED MONEJOMERY, AFA G iqggfj W'-99 9 RA E T!" Liberal Arts and Sciensccs, Home Eco- C ELEANORE MORRIS 'nomics l Henman FI Woman's Athletic Association: Home Llbefal 34118 Wild S0i0"lC28. H0106 ECO- Z!Q'.',F" Economics Club: Basketball 117, 121, 431, 'HUMWH ,fQV,'f,I 145: Baseball f8J. 443. GEORGE WEKLEE33 Moons, A241 CARL R. MORRISON Agriculture Champaion , ' ll Coast Artillery Corps. Engineering, Mechanical 'lzjf-,I gLZ"g ,101 ,' I Ninety-one f I ,'-,fg5fi,1f5f'fi-fplitigfg 1 , . t , 1 Eli- . 1 H Y ,fx ' 1 xi A 5...'X.-- l, ,,. ... .,,. .. . .- 1. 1 1 . w ,. li I' LL -1, zlgig. ill ri-"MQ llf.-A 1:- -,-,A-,nt if-fly? 45.5, 5'-SPE: it-film lziiiil 5.5.14 'tiff 2' RTL: .Sega ,j...Q1ig5 'Kei wail xlniiffl 1' 'I-'Z': 552,115 ll, lil irvfilgi ituijlqi fe--1.1 fry 1 iswfqi gggiqi ilflijfjl ..,. 'fiigli M11 17.515 -ki., QU ff' w ag lf 5341 NSW if! iff? 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MORRIS GEORGE MUNSON Urbana Commerce GEORGE THOMAS MURPHY, QBII . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Freshman Class Swimming QU. Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. S. Army. B1-:RNADINE MURRAY, SQA , Rantoul Liberal Arts and Sciences 4 Student -Council, Woman's League 141: Spaulding Guild: Le Cercle Francais: Woman's Athletic Association: Bowling 627: Senior Mixer Committee MJ. LEONARD ELY MURRAY, EN, ET Springfield: Massachusetts Engineering, Architectural I Scabbard and Blade. Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery. U. S. Army. N inety-two 1 s I bi. -All is A 31 rp, 'Y lb: -. :gig 1 El 1"7v . . Wax, 1? A fvwlk, Liv, Aix. '..'. .3 ,.'. Mg , . fl: 1111 vm iviiZ:'li l. ,hz UQ ilVa'.9'I WW We EW 'EEKFQI E, -, fy .41 ,,., L' I. A riff? 5.41 f?jQ'l 'LW 'M 5, . 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E569 liao ff lr "" J - on I lb , Q ' iybl - 0 V 3-ii . -.53 Wil , Z CFDJ n F "' lei fl P521 F951 ,jlfbj SQ ' i 'ii Q3 C-is EQ FTW 'lf' li 1' T1 MORRIS ROSENTHAI. MYERS, ZBT SIDNEY NEWMAN, EAM lLpf"i x Springfield Chicago Mg S117 lg-5 Commerce, General Business Commerce 1 gf: Daily Illini Staff 113 : Junior Cap , 33? Committee 131: Captain University Bn- HELEN CHARLOTTE NEWTQN, AAII , QD. 5 gade 183 : Major University Brigade 147. Fai,-field 3?-,ix 'ii Second ' Lieutenant' Infantry' U' S' Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econom- f -3314 Q Amy' Yin' Au. L'te s " I limi WH-HAM H4 Mms. AKK, mm w..:.,M.i 1... alas? ..z..':'lfE..::::i.l. l gg Q . C001 Valley Med.. Club: Agi-iouluii-ion sum mg Woman's lftig ' ' L'be'."'l Arts and Smences' Inna Welfare Committee 143 : Secretary, Senior fig-Q P35 Phllomathefm- Illinae lil Q H1919 Follies." 4 53 '39 MARGUERITA NEEDH'-M PHILIP A. NIEBERGALL, B91-I,.AKII' l gg, 'Fl Liberal Arts omvfflefxoo C Neg g"e""ffdL5"'2,'2"Q'? V254 z : Al ni 'p so li t Council. Woma.n's """f'mej f' im" 'Tum' "Ho" V24 ' 5 Leagleerlga: W:n?:n's War Relief Com' Blgidtewtglkgll,angacgsgseensqllggilg 1333 552: mime 135. ita3ff'I-213: Businesg ,Manager gigs Ingo ' X - , AXE :PAT 3 : omecoming ommi ee , 4 . 1- Q RUDOLPH S ggfjifffr' ' Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. 162 Q Lf'6'i."" Al"Zii"i'd ?i'ff"1'i'T' S.. S- Amy' o ' g merican emica I f'-3 oioeyimfalnoioucliomiol sniff 121: Junior MER!-E EMMETT N081-E.,0AX. 'PM' 55 QQ Smoker Committee 183 I Sergei- Hat gem- Law cmfwfofdwmef Indiana Qi 1 'the 145: P I' ' a onors: ap- l i I ,'.. 5 Quoin qLTniversityrel3n13l3a5Z 14p 5 Illinois 1111111 BPSIHQHS' Staff 137 I Siren Sffeff E653 lie Union W' ff! QS"-"'H?.i f?"'32o5,""'kST.oC'ii"2i1'2f2 ' EDWIN Eplmlvoon Nlluwcolvln, APX 433, ' W ' 5 urinatfm. ansas F' ld Art'll . O. T. C., U. S. A . ' 'C Engineering, Architectural le I ery my i 2 ' : N I C University of Illinois Concert Band: 113. 123. 133. 143 : University Symphony Orchestra 125, 181. 10: Junior Smoker Committee 183. First Class Musician, U. S. Naval Re- serve. - N metu three HARRY FERN NOLEN Urbana ' Engineering, Mechanical Student Branch, A. S. M. E.: Glee Club 131 Q Glee and Mandolin Club 141. S. N. T. C., University of Illinois. 6. 1 9223 s-. , .J I Civ X . ' - ' ' ' ' f 'Y"'gf'l--TN.:-f"M" ---A-H:-i--W -if-T--4-.fu A-:if-.-ui ff-.1 :mf ,ei , ,Z -I 5' ee .L SQIQ Z eelleihspi f-. 1, .. ' 1 lf '71 if iff? J- as . '- -- l w 1 1 l , w 1 4. U ' V z Ti ,'i,7T.'."'f: "--9Q-- -N--. ,'1-.,:-- -'F-1:-,ijlf 'c :GU A E W lipid '?2'fii5 e lin- Mil lofi rf?-,iii Mi wild, 111195 " lpiti VW S1516 E353 UE wi. ,YQJ 'fbi , 5 l i lvjig H431 isa? glen 51321 E412 dnl? Inf? ffl C fffii fi-l VDWH Ei xi l nz N43 U sal 655, l 'Elt- ,Film fl iid llvij 1 193 Elfifi 'El iqiqg , 1 qiie, 1'i HELEN MARGARET NORTH, EK SAMUEL OMANSKY, EAM, TBII 72,55 j 5 Tulsa, Oklahoma Chicago 'Q , Liberal Arts and Sciences ' E'M7i7l90'l"i71Hr Architectural f Architectural Club: Menorah Society: ggi ,Lil University Band 111, 121. 181. mg gg Q15 5 ETHAN Anno NORTON, 2472 University Orchestra 131, 141. Q35 A l Bloomington l--1. i aricu ture ' A Q! Agrionlenml Club: Class Football 121: FRANCES WILLARD OSBORN Qi Qggnl Freshman Varsity Baseball U 111 : Yarsity WWm6b000 LEA 3896533 ?g:'ad 4377 Captain' University Liberal Arts and Sciences ' nga e . ' , Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. gill Army- ADMYRLE HAYWARD OWEN, QIJKT Q51 ffcif I ' Villa Grove 61' "Ev Commerce, Banking if S21 FRED GEORGE OEEEIEH' EN University Band 121 lab: Philomath- L01 H5531 C9401 Falls. Iowa ean: Captain, Student Brigade 141. dffg' Engineering, Civil S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. Efgggjgil Private. Engineers, U. S. Army. ..,..... 4 STEWART D, OWEN, mx, EAE Q Oscluz H. OLSEN, Anubis, ET, IITE Lmooalo, Kentucky A Qi, fg,k1,!l Rockford Lillcfral Args a-ing.-Scig1g:gs,c.go14r1glgZsnl.Ed -f-,gl - - . a-wan- a: , lhl , g - .,.:: Quill Enmneerma. MGCYWMOGI itor 141: Junior Prom Committee 181: Egg l Preliminary Honors. Homecoming Committee 141. ,E wi- OE" 1 1 con :HT DORA REBECCA OMANSKY, AAO THUns'roN Donn OWENS, HKN 5-Q M I Chicago Peoria ffl? 'S-le 'mo E ' ' , El e' l - fbi Cosmopolitan Club: Menorah Society: ysggzzeiilzzglq Engingggng Society: Uni- jing? g1:1lgehg24,C0uh0il WOIYIBH B League: GIGS lzgrisity Band 131 : University Orchestra '25 1323 5 ' ' A J .7,f,':.F1 M5103 u , 11521 Trl 1 l 3 Ninety-four I 1:-51' Q- V- -i v , rev' --fi .u,-cm.: ' 1 ii- rv -i mi: ' 'F' gn iiiiifpxg. ' if ix?'2T'r1-xx' '5i':"'zLi f"'f'T'fif ' 1- ' i' 'ff-ve: Ai'-Th-.--J 391 l l A 'J .I ,I f t .X E. f. ,,. f J Y , I :'1if2- f '1' . .A 'WI 4 ri-.Ili Qii-"'35gi.'Q44a5ii-'tl:a.if5'2'.'.L:LLUL.egg+L..'.L1I5::.:.f:fQ':..'-"ki-L' i'1H.lLL10-1fi-?e.if.Q45fI-.':.fe9 2111'2e- ' I2af-in-ffff,f+:g2hl:fff?zif+mf+1wfm: s:. ..... kr-. ..,.... z.... .. .. .. ,....-glue. . ,. . ,.. ,., Silly fi' .a:,- In I I. Wjili lilfg-I N1 if ff Fiji' :Elly 51554. '-:F 5551 efifwi 53321 H131 Qtii fgl'i3.5,': if Qi' EW S95 W fa' M Ja '- mix' 1821 . .Fw I ENE Wi If r'-4 1-7 en? . Q . wg 55" lg'-,p . .C L EQ! c'X'!'l vlfilg 'if 'Silly -E? .13 U5 ' 'QQ I . is Z 555 ' . RHF fill! ' 9:32 ggfgl Lnwzs BERNARD PAGIN, ATA LEE MOYER PATTON. A2-I, gig, i LaGrange A , lt -BT13969075 .2 Liberal Arts and Sciences uri! . 1 C ,tt . C ta, 1919 mio Business staff fam :-1920 Illio' Stuj2:12'Bri3Qi'L"Q8,.0mm1 ee' HP ln' gg, V r1?:ggLe514E"aR 137 7 Homecommg Com' Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. Army. W Heavy Artillery, O. T. C.. U. S. Army. T5 . WALTER LEE PAYNE Ty M P EK Shelbina, Maman 55'-: ARGAFET AHL' Agricultural Education I 5 Clmton' Iowa Corporal, Infantry, A. E. F. :QD Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econovn- 1 A. ics - xg, -ffb MARVIN JAMES PEARCE, EAT XQQI Y. J h f CT 5 li' QI' FRANCES M PARKER Axn I'E1'I - -0 new W ' Q92 6,5 I - 1 1 Chemical Engineering , N., Lf' Q MGUOUW Chemical Club: American Chemical So- ff' 5 Commerce, General Business 361157: ullfinais Clxmisthftaff 437: Senior fY3j GX - , - , emorla omml ee . "- ' Pfgffgfnhgrimgg Adm"'Y Board ul' s. A. T. c., University of Illinois. E55 if., ' ' fl:-, :fri 1 'val .Q ROBERT MILLER PEARSON, FEK THELMA HALL PARROTT, AEA Thorntown, Indiana St. Louis, Missouri Chemical Engineering aug,-I Liberal Arts and Sciences 'Zig Woman's Welfare Committee 141. DAVID WARD PEASE 3.5 AEE, TBII, ET, IIT2 55,32 'S ici Chicago '65 if I EANNETTE Engineering. Mechanical '- ,, if J ,1fARffATffRS0N' AXQ Student Branch A. S. M. E.: American ,ix ' mm i ana Association of Engineers. X 'eff Liberal Arts and Sciences S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. Qjj , in 'fQ- "wif lil! by if wx ljigfg Q "5 Nfmv-five. . ifif Iwi RR- I Clan L f' ii"'-"iiL:gq1W1,fgiTQ"gxA" -Mui.,-1 1 .H1.,.rJ'a1iZ' "T.7ii:ik:i?I:r?f.v1nr,i1igng..lmafgmggaiis. m.i,:g:1-- 1f.33is'-f""vm:::q 5 N XX l 57, ?6?XG2E3j,gC?!?5BXQBM Iifiifilfii 3.1, ffifs-fill.. iffim? wif i-di? .i3,f1mzfii:Ivi.524E' , .1-,.wlifiniiIzlsfsewfiwi.cilfmji 'r rs E-1, . .1 '1 , ,, V , H . .a -rl ., 92lv" I- " '- ,, 3-iiiifiil , ' Fw". ':'? ' 'ri' ,2,':"'.'1f'Jf', ?",f' E:Q'f,'l' 29'i-gym' "TQ"bl.'I'7,.-"'T,V'f-115, . aff is E ..zl, i.f5.:. f-ii le L IQ .553 -r'.- -...M-,f l,QQ1 1-Q,-,7 'VX fi .Qi rc ' 1 rw fav Y fill 1' 5:5 llfan lj, L -'fl ,wi 'X '-FF' .4 5 S92 wi N91 V Sw, fliflpli X6 wg 525.1 Seq gi Q? .m ' ,f ' ,- ,fi 5' M'-5, I iii! lilly? ' QQ! lflffl ag? T ffl r'f 'ff ogg ew 6.53.1 u 2' Thu 3 , F 171' H ' 't .J " .V Q' :ful ' I T' 'JJ I. iffy! Q3 :ml Qi 4.5 KS! fig... FRED A. PECK, JR. LESTER CARLISLE PETER ON L Chicago Champaign qffj Engineering, Railway Electrical Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Q33 QQTJ Railway CC2ub: Clalslsb Bahsketiball QD, NHL l : ' ' , ' , 2 ML 12321. mmm 0 0 an Commlt' SIDNEY LERoY PETERSON, IIKA M2 Air Service, U. S. Army. Chigqgg 1 Chemical Engineering 6 :J 5 Chemical Club: American Assoc'a.t' 1 ,N HARRY W' PFNHALDOW' EQE of Engineers : Dolphin Club : Freslmig: QR?" Chwago , Varsity Swimming 113 : Varsity Swim- 2, - N318 Liberal Arts and Sciences ming 421, H7 : Varsity Water Basketball n ,A Mathematics Clxgz. I 425- 4476 C588 SSWAUAFSUB WT- Gif mg, Ensign, U. S. ava Reserves. - - -' I - - - 26? f l ff 'Q WLLIAM FRANK PERCIVAL, ATA ADA MURRAY PFITZENMEYER, KKI' l 1 Bibi Champaign LGRW : ,-If Commerce Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econom- K. A Q62 Golf' Champion' tm' cm' Seflqor Memorial Committee 647. "PD 65' 1, ' IRVING LEONARD PETERSON Acacia if ' 53.3 DeKalb ' MARGARET MARY PIERCE, on Agriculture, Landscape Gardening , , A Cmfago QQ Scarab: Mask and Bauble, U. L., A. S. Liberal ATN and 501071068 533 QED C6 LAWRENCE EUGENE PETERSON ALMA JEAN PINNELL, X9 5' Anubis, TEH, ET Kfww 5 1: Chicago Agriculture, Home Economics "fb ' Engineering, Civil Home Economics Club: Baseball 431: I -W gL I A American ,Association of Engineers, Woman's Welfare Committee 133 1 Stu- ' fi ED Civil Engineering Society. dent Council Woman's League 147. 5. 553 5, 6 ' ri IRD C53 IQ' ' I fl mg ,ea f -Q i W Ninety-six - ' .... ,,.. - - ' .Q 'P ':1:a5ii"T.a g -7 ix fy .I K V :gg Yulgqiigx -V-- - Q'?1r7xw?Gf9f?Q?? " -sf-4-7 Y . -- 1. . '91, " wff',, . :l A. , 1 X .1 .4 'J .1 l .4 .l 2 fn xfyf ,X , ,. l l 2, ' lfbf,fi"'f"95"i,1q21'i"I5.'wlf' Q 4--5 .- . --- , 'fi -' 354 Z 5977 uni 'Jil Q.: l' 'I'l'FilliW',x' ' ww 'Xl l'f'9F'TfT-fif? X X "il1gE.C3cfv ff Vai: life' 4 ' "' 'Vi lf! 7:iiE4l1?r2ll'fFi 555315. L IQZQJEA5? 55:21 fi fnizexknbflknxiffff we .na 53,5 , ,Viv I r 1 '.l.ll,4, .,. gf-4 531 W wif-L' E591 F2511 rin ffl-A V L SSW" Qglfl 5'IvfE.1 ini lf? QQ. Kelli! ig? T,-I ll op Wg wil" HH-- ifiil li?5'i?23 F514 lily W5 Q97 7: VE' F23-1 ,iffy MP 7:5 Ilif.. hfftj .9 Fi. ,J fini PM 'il ff. 151 9543 ffg, 1 l,yN" ' 53.11 ,QA ., 2 gg 1355 ,ffiil Qi' filff HARRY G. PODLESAK, AXA, HTS NORTHA ANN PRICE, AXQ will -'---' ' . ' CFU? gi' E , , M WWF? Abzngdfm 55 7gg::i?,::nlQranff wg. M. E. V Liberal Arts and Sciences 1 Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. Q CD11 YQ 'Rm' M P rx 5-es LAND RT N OEHLMAN ,jg-f' 'Q 0' ' ?lor?on Grove ' GINEIRA GREGORY PRICHARD H555 'Q 5, Aarrculture, Florzculturc Lofvinaton ,TR nb: Floricultural Club: Ku Klux Klan: Mum . LQ Junior Prom Committee CSD. Q GEORGE RICHARDSON POSTLE Sap APX, TIQII, ET I- E . . 'aww' EvsAY G. PRILLA 'LED X nmneerma, Archzteetural . Ch . QQ. R- OHICEPB' School, U. S. Naval Reserves. I WQU0 ' I -Q A WILLIAM IRVIN POSTON, ZX Lzberal Arts and Sczences, Medzcme 'LCE ' Crawfordamlleh Indiana gg -A Commerce, General Bulnness - "Q.J7x4 T Sophomorg hSmoker clComr?:i5tee C25 : ,tim reasurer, op 0l'Il0l'e BSS In Q- 5- 56 s. A. T. c., University of Illinois. HELEN SMITH PRINGLE AI' ififjj EQ JOHN HENDERSON POWELL, JR. Q Norrnal 63 LG, QMIA, QBK, 4211 I Lzberal Arts and Sczences His. Eli. Kansas Crty, Mwsourl Flrst Cabinet, Y. M. C. A. .4142 Q3 Liberal Arts and Sciences ff, Ma-wan-da : Adelphic : Dixie Club : Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 121, 135 : President. lggjb' Ky! Board of Orabory and Debate 433: Stu- ' .ni dent Council 131. MJ : Star Course Board ELLIOTT A. PRITCHARD, JR., AKE ffoj Ki, CBJ, 143 : Freshman Varsity Swimming Aurora n-'- fq um, Illini Board of Trustees msn. my , ,592 Q Homecoming Committee 147 : Honor Com- Agnwltufe cg.- Vik., mission 133, 143 : Illinois-Wisconsin De- Skull and Crescent: Varsity Football Q93 bate f2? :' Northern' Oratorlcal League Squad 123, 133, Q47. ,557 ,lsr 133: Illxnols-Mlnnes-Ota Debate QD. Sergeant, Coast Artillery Corps, A. E. ,Eg fg fi s. N. T. c., Unwmley of Illlnnls. F. M55 L Al'.'l b if-5 S f-22: ,css Fx:-gli 231 cd Nmetil seven Cib- if F: 'ix I - , . -QRS? ..?f2 2li12.QU G ffIQ9lf3glf?3lE5i.. 42 gn 1 .1 mx '1 I. 4. 1 1 'x ' 1 iff.. C 1 yew-1-ffff-riff:-V.f'. -fff ffv-Q Y if-.Q ' 147 I . 1---'W 3?-T ,ff , fffff 1- ,. ,. , . M ,, wg, T ' fm K i' U-L10 L ' -f'51'fZf!.,il:Qf?if3l,i.ZTQQQQS'fifl-S'lil'.'i' i M X-Jsiry ff' ' Y W W ' ' Qi' , - Jil"- Q' -.1 IES?" far, LQ? Tffiiu fiiiiff n Hag' m,,"'i my: 1ffe'Qf1' 22533 359' in gill W2 322' f'41Q,5l. 'J .USE , KE , 'pw I QCA. I UD Mfr - QW 1132 E121 figij I 1- :uf 5: 1 'ffgln ' H5331 51531 l.j.J,, .ge- lfiizgl 'ffl' E., 135' Ill.: i .ml HSI "ga, R911 UQ fini! JU Zjjli 'fill 'fdj JoHN STANLEY Pnossr, XB CARL H. RADEKE, XB 2255: 21211 Elkhart, Induma. Buckley 24,1 ffl: Agriculture Cogmmew f nu i Mmm B a kill M' T ibe of Illini: Agricultural Club: mversl Y 0 .no 5 ry , an GL? QCD' Freshman Varsity Basketball 111 : Varsi- ug' 353' .fE,Qufg,Z1?heggcal Club' nu' AW, ffij. ty Basketball 125, 133 2 Chairman, ness N gm C U . ht 'f In. i Egi- x.v.1,, 1 ..Ag.. Dance Committee 441. . . . ., mversn y o mo s. um, f ix' S. A. T. C. U i it f Illi i . . '- QQ ' New Y 0 nos GERTRUDE A. RAHN, ON Si 'CSV Thornton 'uf Eff :V , Lgij OTT0 ALBERT PR0ELSSv EN Agriculture, Home Economics QQ! 735 Moundville, West Virginia ' Home Economics Club: Student Coun- Chemical Engineering ' cu Womans League ul' -iy Wifi' Chemical Club: Class Basketball 111, La' 7511 121 : crm Baseball 111. czm. cap. OSCAR RAFDALM -'WA 6,4 3-gx Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. , I , 971100170 ff? 52,1 S. Army. Engzncermg,.Cwzl . C19 if Civil .Engineering Society: American -4.1 wfll' CARRIE PYLE Association of Engineers. i gil" S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. 1.1151 . Lebanon 1.93 Liberal .Arts and Sciences, Home Eco- GLEN LAKEDF, RANDOLPH. ,yiigl umm Acacia., HKN ,233 SL: ,, T la Q"'4 127511 Ouvsn F. -QUIGLEY QKT OT HT2 Envfneefinv' Elevffiqgl ,QSC . . ' ' ' Electrical Engineering Society. K.,-, 1741 Wdmmntm' Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery 1'12s':Hl Engineering, Mechanical Corps. 4521 F ' l rj'-: Q31 JoHN WILOUGHBY RANDOLPH, AFP Q52 5.11, ARTHUR FREDERICK RACKERBY O,,a,W ,331 iflgl Hutsonville Agriculture vgjl-QI! Law u D U Class Football 112, 125 9 Secretary, 121 - ji, University of Illinois Military Band Freshman Class 113. -'jzfl 125. 181. 143 : Law Club: Symphony Or- Chief Machinist's Mate, U. S. Naval ij' .3 chestra 123 . 139 . Aviation. jg ffl! Vfll N' c 'nz 115331 -.Af W ggnf, '.AI!!-,fg- .A11.1.miJ?f1:f5g, inn: .Um 1 ai: A. uf ,guy ,f iH"iz,:'Li fi -f"m3"aa-'iz-:f 1 z'fi9'f'7ff1 "" ' 315' ' "L.1i:-Z?"fxf"', df A u,..,, ' 5- 10115. 7 ,. JOEL ALDEN RANNEY, ZQZ Cazenovia Agriculture Agricultural Club. ' First Lieutenant. Infantry, .A E. F. MAURICE REUBEN RANSFORD Hollywood, California Engineering, Architectural Scarab: Senior Smoker Committee 143: Engineering Dance Committee 147: Illi- nois Union 141. Private, Artillery, U. S. Army. WALTER E. RASMUS, TBII Chicago Engineering. Civil Civil Engineering Society: American Association of Engineers. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ' DOREN EUGENE REA, QIPKT Avon Commerce, Banking RALPH SPEARS REDING, EN Petersburg Agriculture Scabbard and Blade: Class Baseball 111 : Military Ball Committee 141 : Senior Smoker Committee 141: Major, Universi- ty Brigade 183: Lieutenant-Colonel, Unl- versity Brigade 141. Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. Army. Ninety mne .... .. . L... ,. .-.- 15.-U -,yy 1 , ,lj + f iw 1 T MARY ELIZABETH REDMON, AXS2 Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences ROBERT H. REECE, AfIP,'6T, IIT2 Evanston Engineering, Mechanical Student Branch. A. S. M. E. Junior Engineer, U. S. Navy. SINA REED Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Summer Illini Staff 133. CHARLES THOMAS REES, BFE, BA'I' Bradford Commerce, General Business S. A. T. G., University of Illinois. MYRON LESTER REES, ATA Rochester, Indiana Agriculture, Landscape Gardening Scarab: U. L. A. S.: Landscape Club. Field Artillery O. T. C., U. S. Army. Y A C' ,x . .1 J .1 ,l w,, ' - f.. ,.f, H . -10216 N' f -Q , . 1. A f Z '71:' X-f2"l511f9jig14 H -1..2Z+Q-+3 .. 31:-..Q13.jfu.-1j.f'1,.j,.s-QQ.U LIO?-.f-g.f,1'.,-Q'-.5'-f,fip1,f -If .j.,',f5.,7gjffg,:2fgXfj. r4j'T,f,fff.IfQ'f7 ,. - J'77A 'fi"1"f7f' -1f1fF1'?'f1'T"?YTi1r"2 "fm ':r1:'f':. J- r-.fn-tx 4 ,, I 5 'g'-1 'Q' f-1. f:.zf:'t'111'-ri':-ri' -1 'rzir-1'-few' -H---M-e-----'-9 ' :J-ir A .ef,..g1wn' 'U e A' ,-Qi, 37 'buy -law' U l Cl... I H2141 xiii? 12.521 fy '-' 2 151395 wi? frm L73 .Nut ii glial :Tia ffm: '...l 'WI' M. ull xii? 51.913 1341 ggi iw .wx fd Q53 Qc lei 4234 'tes f-.eil .fu-il, Ag.. 1' if 1 Ek' HU ll!-' bg I' ' ' tsl. ' "' - ',.Q ' .CQ Stiff ' I 01 Lv V QQ :iv I. CSA: 1'-11" , I 1 3, Anvm L. REHNQUIST, Tnangle FRANKLIN B'L1ss RINCK, QAT s 552' ,xy ' . I Chicago Rock Islwnd Q Qi' .Lili Engmeermn. Cwzl ghemgcag Engineering .A-3, Q fl, U. S. Navy. l ' aff ' ' ' 'gf Q., Orro A. REINHARD, AKK, QBIT RALPH EDWIN R131-EY l Q1 Cullom 9AXr TBI-If 9T, I-ITE K'-Qt Liberal Arte and Sciences DGUGWT I Yrfi' Medi I Se i S. A. T. C. U i lt ' E ' ' H M6 hG7l.CGl ' KC of m,,'f2,,, cum' ' ".ve"' y Kgigfieglndrancrf A.'s. M. E.: Ku mu: 535 , , n- X 5.3- 182 NATHAN LYMAN RICE, A1-.P S. A.. T. C., University of Illinois. 55, I Phao V - . , 4 gi Aarwulture WALTER JoHN Rrsnnv, OAX, -LAT 912, QU, Agricultural Clue: illinois Agriculturist Decatur .ser mi Ag Law Ae :rua we' .s:'m.sW. ' f ' ' itary a ommit e : aze bon 24 Aricond Lieutenant' Infantry' U' S' Medal 117 3 Preliminary Honors: Captain, ICDJ 595' y' University Brigade 681. - . ESQ Rigs W ARNER G. RICE, AXP, QBK, HAE Lieutenant. Air Service, U. S. Army. , if Aura-ra . - f', ksrsx' Liberal Arts and Sciences DONALD A-R-TER ERFTTENHOUSE. 1'-'JK GQ? 422' ' ' 1 , - GCTO ,' 'f' 'E 1 clflfeigetltillisggbgferxlisecglugatam' gif? E"'i"e8"i""' E"'C"'fc"' lijli, Editor Illinois Magazine 443. ' ' g1ejg'fga1CEHgf'gw1qg Sf'fH?', 1221 QQQH, U. S. Naval Reserve. ' ' ' " nvers y 0 no 8' 5,3 fi-:ki P'- ORLETTA ESTELLE RIDEOUT, X9 EDNA MAUDE ROBERTSON fg-HI' Freeport Db l A ts ghgfqzvaian . C21 ,-nj - - 1 era r an czenaea ' 5 -FQ: Lfbefal Am' and Summa' Athenean: Womans Welfare Committee j ig: my Finance C0mmitf0e- Y- M- C- A 433: 145: Student Council Woma.n's League , 'rg -gg, "1919 Follies." . . gay, . 55, :CU ' 7? fl ' N fl fqfiy i rf" ,gill 5 fag gg.',jbL6m V Wi-UMM rm Mm V n W ,,,, PM-wh. 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'Q-fy I ' EDWINK Avzgzv susossu. ,IQ Q - - Bu alo - ew .ar I I HQ 1393 I HUGH DEAN ROBINSON Engineering. cena' N Ig-g 7.1 .I ' Haww Ciltinesicnzn issoogtiogt of Engineers : I 4 if ' ' , O n : 1 I Lib9"al Am 'md S'i9"'9" Chmfstw ' Elnginregrlllrigr rC?:rps,c A? E. F. ' I First Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. I I' t'r3TI- 555 I ' ' MARY DUIIYLAP IEUSSELL, X9 MI. , N I ' f ' St. mais, issouri My f Ei? I R Liberal .Arts and Sciences, Home Eco- I CHARLES W. ODEWALD, KE, 'DAT -rlomwf. . I . I I gg, 5- I Y M , Womans Athletic Associatwn. gr, Rushvme Sopgomcze Basketball 427: Junior Prom gd-3 E :I Chemical Enaineerina Committee 431. 1, K L, E83 I I s. A. 'r. c.. University of Ilunoin. JAMES H, RIZZLEDGE, fIlBl'I, KZBII III-551 :- - icayo ' Ig- Ko Liberal Arts ami Sciences, Medicine Q33 'gill CHARLES ANDREW RODGERSI M' MARGARET EMMA RUTLEDGE WEL' igiicigf Mfmmwlh ON, AEN, IEII Liberal Arts and Sciences Champaign ItI,5':f second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Liberal -Arts and Sciences, Home Eco- .fgfw Iigxigl Corps. "'0mWs yq. , Mortorboard : Home Economics Club : Fm-,Q Till' Chemical Club: Illiola.: Geneva Club: Wo- Hzfig, ,ETH man's Athletic Association : ' Advisory E'Q':ff :Ag-I SOMILIA LAVITA RosENBLUM, AAO Board ISI, MI, Hgckey 413, 423, gm, 5.4, 1,3 I-5911, Chicago 441 I Basketball fam. 141 , Winner of IIIQ3-fl ftI' L.b . Gold Seal 5 Woman's Honor Commission 'nf l IIJLIII ' ml An" 'md Scwmes l Uh. 141 : Vine President. Woman's Iffjt .wwf Menorah Society: Le Cercle Francalsz League 143: First Council Woman's .1j.IgI3,j "Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichonf' League MJ : Preliminary Honors. I-'- iii .' 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S955 2635: .Il H B 'JT' H E1 ll lr li 1-.1 ,ll X 'li H ' Ya' M' ill 141 il 141,-wifi.uwftwvmz-.'' all-v 'wwmw v ' v 1. r' .: ,V '1 gi' ji ' i"':g'V1 ,...,,.,.1..,, l.,,.,,Y,1,lr--.4 fy,-. 152. .- I fl-Jr.: .. ,. ,. , J.-ly, ,... k:1rir?:rvrlirrrQ5f1r::r':i'Y1:1'jfArr1'i::'r1:rvrr:ni., :1'fg1:.l-iw Q 1 J 5' ff-.jf Q- -, 'avi5--.4-52557--'Q7:Y5Q1'...',: l WILLIAM HOWARD SANDERS LaCrosse. Wisconsin Liberal Arts and Sciences EDWARD A. SANDLER., QIPKT, AEP Chicago Law Adelphic: Law Club: Junior Smoker Committee CBJ: Senior Memorial Com- mittee f4J: Illinois-Wisconsin Debate 1917: Illinois-Minnesota Debate 1918: Illinois-Iowa Debate. 1919: Board of Ora- tory and Debate 137. 445: Literary Dramatic Union: ."A Winter's Tale." JAMES DAVID SARVEN I I St. Petersburg, Florida Liberal Arts and Sciences Infantry. U. S. A. PEARL ROSE SCAGGS Lovington Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Council. Woman's League Ml. LILLIAN KATHARINE SCHELL Polo Agriculture, Home Economics -r..A.,r-...,.,....,...,... ,.. ,.. ,.... ,.i.. ....,.., ,.......,,.L..:,. Tc., .,v..V.. ,....1,. PHILIP HERMAN SCHIFFLIN, B911 Chicago Q Commerce Marine Club. U. S. Marine Corps. MELANIE SCHILLING Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences. Chemistry Alethenai: Chemistry Club: Senior Mixer Committee MJ. JOHN JACOB Scnnossan, AXA Phoenixville, Pennsylvania Commerce ' Corporal, Machine Gun Corps, U. S. Army. 0'r'ro I. SCHMAELZLE Charleston Education ' Second Lieutenant, Heavy Artillery, U. S. Army. ARTHUR EARL SCHMITT Mount Vernon , Engineering, Electrical Electrical Engineering, Society. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. One Hu HAL... . ., ,, . , ., l ndred Two ,..1----, --....-., ..,.r,,., .. .......-.,,.. us-'-' H V .-Q. A, lv. .. v - . , lg Q.: if ' f.,' nm.. .. . lla! Engi V f iii H59 5 HQ lt ' l 6 .given l qi l :-51 I - V1 . CQ 'bar 1 SJ' Q rw ei s Fil 4, -QD ': fi! . 353 ll Ii blii lv fm.: l if , .32 1 . , . Cu, 11:-.Q . 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L ..N.... , - .. . wx jvlliylrllkldziyx-If -Ill' llffx Wiz? f,,,l Wi. le 915 lafzy lien . ,kr STQJ-1 If? X 7 ill : lb' Il H135 ,EYJV II if Wi lfffcll '-- 'J lf! 1.2522 Nl'-' lflfil Shir! . 4' 5:21 I 'r 'y - 2 1'5- IEP!!! LCSJ Zig ESTHER FREDERICA SCHNEIDER EMIL HENRY SCHWAGMEYER gggfgkf Urbana Quincy Hafli- Liber'z:gcsArts and Sciences Home Econo- Commerce, Accountancy 4 Le Cercle Fransais. ' E3-gcegni?atlFicggmXl:'llmryS S. Army JACOB P. SCHNELLDACHER ' ATQQW-ECW JULIUS S. ScHwEIcH, ZBT, KIHAT 1 . 1 "H 'N Cofmrnerce. General Business St. Louis. Missouri E551 138-vgfrsdal KH Klux Kang SCgbb9!'d Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry pflgyglg an a e: Commerce u : umor - . ' lwgfjf 5'.:1.21.:s:...C1':me:...f3'.I...5:1i'2::.y..'3.:2 Caimfstinfvegiiiy' Bilifidfaiif-?oc'ety Self M, : senior Ifwitation Committee My : S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. mfr' Homecoming Committee 137: President, llfvywi Jugiorwfglass 133 : Major, University Bri- Hull, e . I 1 gaSecond Lieutenant. Infantry, U. S. BENJAMIN C' SCHWEITZER' CPKT lggfyl Army, ' Mt. Carmel lpjjgl Commerce K ffl? ' 'f DAYTON SCHRADER, CIJZK Commercvial Club: El Circulo Espanol. gllillpg U B-ridggpqrg Second Lieutenant. Ordnance, U. S. 351-KR Liberal Arts and Sciences Army- ' lsyjsl- :li 1.1 MALCOLM EDWARD SCHRDYER EAD 'xaif' p,,,,t,1,,, ' ' EMILY FRANCES SCONCE, KA9 Ligzrag Argscand Sciericiis i U i cs, Siden u an rescen: mos non . - - First Lieutenant, Air Service. A. E. F. Llbefaf Arts and Scwncea . 'flag-. Illmlvstaif 447: 1920'Ill1o Staff Q31 CHARLES REDEJEN SCHUH, XB Womans Welfare Committee MJ. 1.3339 airo 1l",':.. C , G l B ' iff , o'I7!rlrbS?rceff'gIl5:LII:iZag:nil::lgElq1'?Z qli,,b,kF1i,.g,- ARLOS RAND SEDGLEY, APX riff, man. arm V 00 3 F Tac I Omaha, Nebraska "If f Ysrgmalaggacgcaslfgggallla22,.ln ' Fwibal' Engineering, Architectural . G gggivfyj S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. 'iypfqkl YET' Alf." One Hundred Thrce ' , ,, , I If we-.....:::x'.' - - .g..um-,ig 1:,',..:1g:: rg: ,gr 11.1111 -,gi5L1,1z:1.r,- 11 r.g,.I::g,:Lr.,.,:..u-gf:I V --,A -f--f--I-1.--.MV .. ,r....., ..,.3,:C:'..:. N .,., - i.,. ,,,., . '4r5l:"f'h"1i '-f"f1Il-I""r: fv"f'r15I"'f.1fm1,YI:rUf"+-,i.Y"2"'fl '+.f1f'w-:,lp.:51'. S'gg,',l. 'xr-3 A mfg-'fli I ,1.:.,' :P f ffnf,-wif-ww ,I w ' .-Q'-..f fn fe - - f. - - ,, . . -,, - .L ,, ,. ff-Q--ff-2 ':. -effr'lO2lv-ff-.'-lil 'fiiii - UldiWTl?,l 1? gi 'ZFlgilliff?9XfE?1'45'?Pli1I1.'iE?52lG?5f17m1lElf!f5Ell3! fill-'l'Cf5a5f57J52 .G-3 1 I, L 1Oni?'gfbfif7R,1ff5"fCEE'lQliQjiilH:IT321iSl3f41!Qi1Q3X.QLRSSEQIFSKQITJNUEKESQYEEYU g",,'1q'rfL:1rf-fwrizfsvge .,wm'hsffr:rrwiYfr11:r'1171:1::1z11m'f1ml-Jfwfr-'ff filfg-1 1- ..-'.e5'f"1f'1'1!fQz1.Qi.'srz1..zf:Lrz3'frfffrfrfrvrfxrfsgz.Yffgae, xf'-, xQl:ff' X-2-.Lf il! lf 5522, ml flap r P 3 EQ! Q fbi ' 'ri '1 2 ei , ,NN Sf: 5? 135 A . 'J 'Yifj r r? Y' 671 gn K- Q if W I I G r 3 fe R 5: Q Gui ' F5 ' K ' fi 661 QQ FV LP? K9 fcxij 1 3 A l 3 'S f J ae Q3 1 1 ix QQ , 5-Ta' A45 I' 1 L f ' I I 1? SQ' ' QQ. .A srflfl Lg-:fr 'HB I LSE? i QZHJIJE fkgrifi ififi rs? 2 Yrs, RFQ 4 15 5 l MEg--.,,,u,-,,,,. W--. 1 GEORGE CLEMENT SEIBERT , Altamont Engineering, Architectural Spaulding Guild. ' S. A. T. C, University of Illinois. HELEN EMMA SELLMER Moline , Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Chemical Club: Student Council, Wom- an's League 143. Donls NAOMI SEWARD Watsclca H Liberal Arts and Sciences ROLLA EDWARD SHADDOCK Macon Agriculture CLOIDE CLAUDE -SHADE, EII ' Montpelier, Indmna. Agriculture Agricultural Club: Scabbard and Blade: Horticulture Club: Class Football 113: Class Baseball 121: Military Ball Com- mittee 143: Captain, University Brigade 141. Lieutenant, Air Service. A. E. F. Doao'rHY SHADE, KKI' Lexington Liberal Arts and Sciences Mortarboard: Executive Council. Wom- an's League 181-: Woman's League Council 131 : Woman's Welfare Committee 141: Treasurer Freshman Illinae 113: Secretary Sophomore Illinae 125: Vice- President Junior Class 183. - ' MARY' MARGUERITE SHADE A ' ' Montpelier, Indiana Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's Glee Club: Woman's Welfare Committee 147: Student Council. Wom- an's League: 147. , - H ABRAHAM SHAPIRO Chicago Engijnee1'ing,'- Mechanical American' Association of Engineering: Student Branch. A. S. M. E.: Menorah: Poetry Society. ' ' V BEN' SHAPIRO M ' St. Louis, Missouri Engineering, ' Architectural Menorah Society. ' 'DELIA SHAW, KII Rockford -Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econo- mics I Bethany Circle: Home Economics Club: Woman's War Relief ,Committee 18l: Woman's Welfare Committee 143. One Hundred Four I 'W 6 L4 I Cm Ll X3 ' 2 ill! ' J U If 2 9. sf iz .J I X-,I 4-fl o iw .fl KC oy KJ : W 1 H,-'X 13 j : Q: 42 -4 Q ggi l :Civ 21 -Q 2 21 U I 1 3 i' 3 92 fi 5 W X32 5, tif 0 t 2 g? ,K : E fl E, 5 27 eg ,Ll 1-5' S? . egg N.-tx, CSS r 41 ag if X I -- ,.- ' 1 Eats- .im --ff .2-V5.5 ab- : Liiiivgxavci 5-X fi-an 5-xi :Q--.7 A- 1' -r: 'Lf-i::igu1f f:c5fxu-- V' ',--i "I :',I1'-3-,ja-f-2:33 fx -xi.: '--H -' fr:-W --QE: T----A-1 ,le .. .ll .1 .... . . .J . 1 nv. ar 1. -JV. 31 ...X .. 1. F: ,U U 1921- .A . .2-rgf277.i: iii, -. 1-qi .jqf,i,7,i,i, ,gpg -1 11,l,:c: 1 .4145 . 1' +1-.1 . :.,f44lL4,,:.i ,aku egg. ,ffigjg .lflf','. 4111: 5,111 .wigs ll 21531 iall"fl'f .,.. ,. U V , , iifltp rilgiffli lr if-rw. 11' :L lil?-1-'ll itil: itil Fl iii? 1i.i.?'l iii? ' fi.-I lf. 1, legal lssifvlff ffl? 11911 'Oil ir'-.L iF-il ig 'ffm -1413! 11241 CTW l .f4"3 liiifil G -i-sl 'F'-'fi Lllilll i LJQQI Fila L ifidi r he :b.'Q l , 15435 1:1 lui? .ff in T-iii! QT QQ 1 , .937 1.11.2 tl 1. ffllll 52. 'b E165 iff l ll 5- 31 ff? 1 WILFRED SHAW, AACP PEARL MARIE SHRIMPLIN 4,31-f lllli 1, ' Mmm: , Shqldem il flilf Eggs Amiimlture LzbcmLsArts and Sciences, Home Econo- i,j,l-T!! 2235? 1 Ensign' U- S- Navy- Woman's Cosmopolitan Club: Home 1 Qi., 5 . gcgnorriici' Cwb :C GZnev:1MClub: Second ',.,5' a ine, .... , . . -'.? -'-' 3 . rf! 7: if l GERTRUDE STEELE SHEADLE AXQ 'l " 5 Rochelle ' DAVID Mmvx-:N SHROYER, AXA iliffl i Liberal Arts and Sciences A Ag,-icultu,-e Urbana 5,144 Freshman Varsity Football 111 : Var- M3411 sity Football Squad 121. 131. gud. I BEULAH MULFORD SHELDON Second Lieutenant. Air Service. U. S. A. 'rg 1 - I 'gy 1 . ll I C"'QW0 FRANK VERNON SIEGLINGER, AH alll...-1 g Liberal Arts and Sciences Ste,-ling fl '91, i Glee Club 141 : Preliminary Honors. Commerce, Banking ll 653' .V . p , :ill il ELWYN LEROY SIMMONS, ATQ iiiffjjl fgfyil LEILA MARGARET SHEPPARD, Aon , , Oak, Park . 1g1'g-.4 ..,,. , . f . Engineering, Architectural 17,--J HQ, ,l Edwardsville Ma-wan-da : Sachem : Gargoyle: Ku ,iffy 53, '- Music ' glut tlglafi :fScarxXJtillgtlassBFocgbaIil 2:11 : xflyg' lc Q. . I . . . . as e 8 3 ' . intl: Yo Ma, Junior Mixer Committee 131 281 1514, I Presifmt EtE:aIQrAs:oci1t?l?n E:-Qi 5 : anager a 4 g Q Q-.1 lg Sophomore Cotillion Coonlimittee gin: Jun- HL ll H ARRY R. SHLAUDEMAN, K2 ior Prom Committee 131 : Homecoming fifjxfl rpg, '. P ad Can. . Executive Committee 141. yvw xfill . . W 4 'ma' ' Urnia Second Lieutenant. Coast Artillery 'ii-:.Q.' 131511 Engineering, Cwil ' Corps, U. S. Army. iljf., 72:5 Sachem: Tribe of Illini: President 131 : -iifd' Civil Engineering Society: Freshman GEORGE H. SIMMONS, HKN, ET 14,33 , 555111 Varsity Football 111 : Water Basketball ' Avon .125 Q 5,-'Q 111 :. Varsity Football 121. 131. 141 : Engineering, Electrical -ig?-5' mil Varsity Water Basketball 121, 131,' 141, Electrical,Engineerin1z Society: Amerl- jrfggq -swf Captain 141 . can Institute of Electrical Engineers. 'll "Fx lljjgj Ensign, U. S. Naval Reserve. Signal Corps. U. S. Army. ,qzfifil ' ' 1 mlifj iiiiill li?57f5l Hifi, 'HFC 'rl-1 1 'gli ' li ' one Hundred Five if gf Nl- '.,-.- . , , , .J - 17 I r- .7?., 3Z":""'?f""49" 5"7"'11':' :1j,t'i- 11 :uf ,pg 1: : :gui 5 ' ' JJ-Q:'11rr',j.x11x 1: v':.1:i A1 145, 2 .. 73,115 .QHJQL-. Xfflh 5,'.'-I 143 L 'TTI 'hy' il.. 15 llilo wfaifb-'f.rf ,figs-il ff V.: 'Ju ,X . I I Wfw'-1 fv-,t'Ti!f,T- ff, 1,771 'fc TTTTFT-gf-'r'.vv-':-'- . --W-. ,.-, W-. -T.-. W- .., H.. -- ,.-..,i...--, 'f ly- waxy i Q, , 1 . lg: Qc ,551 I fwj Trl, fb" 5 , i 55-if KQV.: FQ QQ if 'Q YITT 1 , . 151 1. 5' L - an 1 "if 49 GPF' lc' Kimi ' .ffil F251 'ici mfg! USG .fav 3-fill L WH 'f A 'TNQ E5 if ., xH : xiii' lla: C-N 2' - d Riff? I-iii Q62 uf! Ci Iflxff Tig: ERNEST SKELLY, KE- AKXI' CLDYDE Mori-'ETT SMITH, IIIIP, TBII 5:77. 5 2 Davanpoft Champaign - 5 is Commerce, General Busmess Enaimming, Mining iii! REUBEN Anonrnus SKOGLUND Mining S00iftY-- Q5 QQ? Red Wing. Minnesota U' S' Navy' f ,I Agriculture g if RFirst Class Electrician, U. S. Naval 34 m'v"' EDMUND JOSEPH SMITH, CIIK 2 A RUSSELL WADE SLocUM,, AKE chacccc i 55? f ,- chmao fLfb01'Gl Arts and scccnccc. Chemzstry ,' fs -Agriculture Skull and Crescent: Illini Sta!! 111, 127. ,r LJ Kzswllfxzning C23 : Varsity Football Squad I Socondyiieutenant, Air Service, U. S. A. E ' E S E V I UNICE DEVINA MITH 2 mai EARL JAMES SMILEY C,,i,,,,,,, - ' , M - . . . Elvin Liberal Am cnc: Sciences " kc-D Egmminrvgv' fgqtd - 1 1 1 Spanish Club 481: Woman's War Re- Q6 :Rigger 4531 3ic3f2.i.S2'6t53.clJ"JXf5cfX Her Committee 421. csv. s r e . ' ,CD SeooncfaLieutJenant. Infantry. A. E. F. I ' : :P ' B. HOWARD SMITH, JR., AXP FUREST HENRY SMITH Q9 89 L'beo-al Aifefmud cgi Mimfrimcz' Egllibmmogme g 1 an ness. ou. mm ' ' , ' g ' W Mack and Bauble: ruin: sm: um. 121 : E'Qf"'Qm,f,'1,,, - 0 G95 War Editor, Illlo 183: Publicity Manager ' ' ' ' ' 1-, Illlo Q-0 : Managing 'Editor Illinois I . V' 15'3"z"'c'5hcf33.inM'i5.1ic.2v'2'l2 Ci'cm't?'i ff' ' .1 2 p en'l0X' 'E U' ' IBD Fund Committee 141: Homecoming Com- RAYMOND CHARLES SMITH Er Fw mitteq' ML: "Bunker Banu: Stage Man- Q . Amboy :L 43 'giicciz 'Y.'fc13fcn2'IS""'i wi U s A1"f""""' 5' Q Army. ' n an ry' ' ' Second Lieutenant. Englneers. A. E. F. 1 5 : ,, .5 c 1. . E5 E fi ' P 5" ' gf.: Ons Hqndred Sim ,...,......... .,',....,.. ......... 7 4333? b J ' - ' - I ' 'V --V V - -W cz- I --i.- . K . Y H . ' 'C new 7csfcWf.csms7EvXsP5 in .4 X , ..l 1. . .f-HN f off, .1 l ... V.. 1, .r. , , . 4 we-5-.. , W V M 3 1 'fn I .I V I H I CLIF: I ' , A , ,, V 'Qaigi liggiji 'Jgfq lil 'fl 1555 M1211 lu :ffifil f15?-Z- wel WI H132 feiyfi ldfil iliii fi-'.::l :rig-' 1' 1 -LGU lf 1'-31 Q92 Eff mg liyul 511,14 1 ff.-Ui me lei:-Sill -El-,gl 1 wr W1 Wifi ff'-'7 1115-if LI! gzzfygf 'Wil ll-81:11 rzfialxil 114151113 'H H V: na pe-,kg 13.4.1 :flee get H521-11 51 iv 'll .5421 15,1-3. TE-sill? ilifiaf F gf r-fqli A 21?ff,ff xfagll W! ram, lg gg., M Arm g 51' 151,51 Q my 1' IC all ll! 53-15 -Yi-fl: BEATRICE NORDICA SNOW, 92111 GLADYS MARY SPATES, ON, IEII 13.54 H1-will Chicago Taylorvdle :jf 13 Liberal Arts and Sciences. Journalism l Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Eco- mf. . - . f nomic.-1 'v .aye c1.TYf."m1i.'30?'di..I'Z'2!?.i. XZT25. , 1313? Home E-enemies omg: wgm-mg gffg- Q34 2.-ggi, Staff fam: "1919" Follies CBJ: womens fare Commlftee A33-21 7' econ H ' 9 lf., 1'-:SMP War -Relief Committee 133: Wdman's met. Y- W- G- - 4 7- iIgfA.,',l Welfare Committee 181. C45 : Senior Q Q 'fgga-lL Memorial Committee Q41 g "Le Voyage de ?'l,.i'1 M- Pe1'rwh0n" 131- JOHN EDWARD SPELCE, AXE liiigxi 5.2 3 ' Sycamore lily" HAROLD V?Ei SNYDER' ATU Chemical Engineering 1524-Xl Lib Z A ts dog ford Chemical War Service, U. S. Army. 1237.1 'QS sm! ra gn Tm? Kl KI - 55733 TXT Sachgm ' arlgreshrtifgrien Varsity Slzcvimmxinlxf J HN RALPH SPENCER ZH Iilf-1"1'i ,I ill : Bxisiness Manager 1920 Illio: Sopho- 0 ' ,Gb :E morf Cgtilliontt Comlgnittee C25 3 Home- Agriculture Genesee gimrfli Eg com ng ommx ee . ' I,4,,.L.l Infj . . Agricultuxzal Club. 1532.1 ff. HARRY SODERBERG, Triangle second Lleutenant, U. s. Army. 533:11 fu: W 1 x'-, fl Florence. Wisconsin yiliffgq 1-.J E ' ' , - 'In-2'-, emu 'gfllffny A'c"'tec"m'l LoU1s SPIEGLER, QAT, EE 'gif , w - . - .e w :SB ,fi First Lieutenant. Motor Transport Chwfltlv wifi-'ff' 15ZQq COTDS- A- E- F- Chemical Engineering .fiffwl fs Menorah Society: Chem'cal Cl b: F h- ,lj '- PAUL PETER SoMERs man Varsity Swimmingl fl! :uPrel5zi?n- 'lffim gag Kankakee ary Honors. , u lf14'r55 git' Libeml Arts and Sciences' Chemistry S. A. T. C., University of Illmois. 13 1 1 ii! RAYMOND J'2':ffgS0NTAG- AXP CARL JoHN SPINDLER, 211, ET lqlfen P1 0 - 1 'fl Commerce, Foreign Commerce Engineering Mecilxxxl if Second Lieutenant. U. S. Army. Student lfranch, A. S. M. E. I ' x-:.' I to-ff-WX :SH l 'vi-f 31:2 faiij 1512 ' 5 T53 A One Hundred Seven ' ' Q11 gif +""'-'-'-'nmm'?P...+,,...1':f ' 1 we 'lnfx 1.1 ..- xi - 'T-15: :h wi my 'm'.f'21,us wwf: - 1 ',em1,5-s--p:,1.u.1..q U. 2,15 if .Y..',I ln: V1.1 ll, ,ll ' Lil 051,11 l Q. i Vi? l.k:'.e.Q il"f?'f?l fllfew will fail rl 'ffl llf-'lil lil! J.. Wil will .W 1 32511 'bil 16? l if! ' mtl iggilfg C652 i if? ' .. , l '---19 W? i'c.39.' .5 A. 'il l',,',i ' 9.-vi , Nj l .H l KJ ' az, 4 - 'irfl-3 fl,gV'fv.' icfl i ruff 5 -Kaul pf 5,1 .951 . YQ.-v l 7 '- l .5255 wif 15419 lfilf if-fill nfiili QRS? if iff S L IIQQII 11331 1 -'4 will fgg. fx 'l , A, .xg lil ll if i,-'r . ' If' I 421521 MRL' . lgq. 5:32 :ai-1 . ' w lf... jp-if W., , iq" ' lt VIP. ll'Af'f' ' -I .x'J -fl I A -li 21 Wifi' I ,l ,l ' f- I fu. ii I l lilfffl llgffzl lifr 51' IETF? aliffi !H?"'3.': lfivl' ll dl Ccfzl kill? "'l K ,Cc -,f .', N'-. M. !i5'f?5D, i:Vf" IHC ' IFLGAQI 'l Zim IEIYL' ,Skill I' Ref: 5. an .Ill ,QM KU PQ? L Shih I ,ISIN V I' ffllfl WALTER H. SPINDLER, ZII, ZT, TBII JEANNIE VERLE STEINER, AI' fljgjf Peoria Morrison I ,I Engineering. Civil Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econo- Civil Engineering Society. 'nw' fifljl C Secomb gelelxzenant. Coast Artillery Geneva Club: Home Economics Club. IQ,-, orps, . . rmy. l 'Wil ' WILLIAM T, STEPHENS, AXP Emi. FRANKLIN SPOFEORD, HKN Cmmpanm ,fig - ' WQWH Engineering, Electrical 133 Engineering, Electncal A I gran S. A. T. C., U l it f Ill' ' . ' P". Mm y 0 mom EDWARD C. STERNAMAN, ! 'ill ' f ir, GEORGE CHESTER SPRAGUE, XB, AZ Mg 9T'Ff'fE - f Lockport . . 'mmf e - ' 321. A"'i""u"" ' E'fvfln5Q'iiT5'i-M'Tffl.'2'caif Illini' vice- 591 Agricultural Club: Vdilsity Football Qi, P ia ffsj: S h : F h ' V - .'5Zf.g,, fin? ?5s:nc2?s,.Staf'Z IlIinolsIAgrIculturlst. sig? Firotball C1J.?cVixTsity rliimolggll lg?-, Sergeant, Tank Corps, U. S. Army. ,fg,Z1Qn,f423gm?'QmJg':Sn affect 147' Home lliliff, Infantry, U. s. Army. SSQJILI EDWARD EMERSON STAFFORD, QKT n Anim RocER GREENLEAF STEVENS, 'PAT h,2Ig.gl Commerce Q ' Chicago fgifflfi mggerammgfe 'Club: Junior Prom Com- Cnemicql Engineering ' I iillnfili Second Lieutenant. Air Service. U. S. socggieigtxcal Club: American Chemical Amy- s. A. T. c.. University of Illinois. 155,11 EUGENE .M. STALLINGS, dum' QQQIQI1 , Danville WILLIAM ELLIS STEWART, KAXI' .B-gl Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Columbus' Indiana limi", Second Lieutenant, 'Tank Corps, A. E. Commerce, Insurance ' llliflj F- Sergeant, Infantry, U. S. Army. Ei! .4-iq. Mill Ona Hundred Eight argl! M,-Y "' If 9,1 g. Nagy' 'f . nu: 'zz' I : I xii, 'LI' ' H 1 1'-i ' "VIH 2521, vi 'i' L:,Lun:'x.1k - z -.,,1p:,,,: vI4g.g,"-fr, - 'f 1'-v i '- I.ll..:. .. . ., ... , . -. ,U 1. ',-I .I 'liflf 'fill F15 il 1131115 Will? 1 nfl 1v..:4 4 E.-.lvl 1'-355131 Q35 'HH ff-L.4lQI wail 11? lil ifiil w1.1 317.111 V1 '11 1, , 'I ii, if fl , 1. if 1' ' L i. 2, Z , W. ' 1 . f luv- .. I , .4 ... 1,'.l, g.. aevllelamss , I '.,,,-jzefj 'A-f -A--Q,jf:rfb H .f,1,"Mj,jjiqiii"j7.jjljf-"fp few' ,111 llllO 1 1-1,.i1-11, vyyp .-ef, -.H-.e.,,, . K. W.. ....-.,-.f..',. 1' ' .,' 3. .K . ,. . .,.... .. .. ,.11w,..1-11.5. ,, ,- 111111 -:..5' ,wv:','1,4k:,.,.. '11----,W .f 5 Q'-'13 --,Hu 1.1.:"'1 .1'T1:".t1 '.':::. HOWARD WILLIS STINSON Buda Education S. T. A. C., University of Illinois. GLADYS MAY Sronm Bunker mu Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econo- mics EARL BERTRAM STOVER . - Oak Park Engineering, Electrical Railway Club: Electrical Engineering Society. Ensign. U. S. Naval Reserve. FRED G. STRAUB, SWAT New York City, New York Chemical Engineering CLARK HENRY STURM, HKN Elgin Engineering, Electrical Spaulding Guild: Electrical Engineer- ing Society: Preliminary Honors. Sergeant, Motor Transport Corps. U. S. Army. One Hundred Nine DOROTHY STYLES ' M omence Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econo- mics Second Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. MJ Athenean: Class Hockey 133. 447: Var- sity Hockey 135. LELAND Goonmcn SUTHERLAND KIPEK, BFE, BANII, ATP Sioux City, Iowa Commerce, Accountancy S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. LUCILE SUTTON , Normal Liberal Arts and Seienecs Bethany Circle. Nom SUTTON, Aehoth Atwood Liberal Arts and Sciences CARL ERNEST SWANSON Aledo Engineering, Architectural .. av -v-.......,.,-....,, . . . Ill'- ff . . lliiil 1 ' '5121' V V455 11 2331 If 7 r I. fnvxl www 1 'K - I li 1 Q.,-1., 5255021 i ' 1 l 1' Ik? f' JV' F Yikffq ' :fl 2li?f'i Wgfnl :io 1, 11' 'X' if-,I ,,. 1 Wi- 111 3 .lff-11 1-aft' 'lm' 1 fglfff .1 ,gi - 1'1 112, ' 1 '11 'V 1 1,-1,1 fl,-f fl 11114.-I .,i 1 4 "1 N .A M,- .fs , 1 - '-lllfl-If' Hi-iff llfbill ' lim! ' .Pol 41,1 ' R13 Fla? iisifl SCT? A g 553, fill +353 fig-Eg Ecljml, ::." f'-1 ,Env lic' .2 . 131 CQ? ie? Qi! -,GQ :gall iff, A951 Ke' csv fu. . ,-. SPE' W Fil, Q54 Will 'ffl sf-A -T942 7-5. Qgfjiq C31 V515 W Ewiv 'Egg GQ' E fig Q15 Q55 get-'W I .ojzl L-:Tj 1' i lin' A ',1l.,fl'l RAY LESLIE SWEIGEE1-, TBH 'Ross WALLACE TAYLOR .1 ifffl M Exams Bement 1:52-' .Gill E . . ' . L . , I H, rg. Q "5?5'5Z.Tln'lamnZ8, EWS. M. E., Ameri- """f"" Aim 'md Swim A 53, 'CJ i can Association of Engineers: Prelimin- . ' 5191 of 1 ary Honors. HELEN MARIAN THOMPSON Sf x'-' ' . -inf Q..-5 CHARLES C. TAPsco'r'r, AXA . wma .Heath h EW, 'riff St Lwis Miuwri Liberal Arts and Sciences ,534 Qa. - ' 1 ' b ll 421. .ey Q, , Lzberal Arts and Sciences, Jrmmalzsm Class Base a D -ia "Eg Illini Staff 111. 121, 135 : Homecom- - ' 1,7545 1l2ff,e,C'2,'f,'j,','j,fQffeefg'4l,' Chafmen sem' REX ROLAND THoMPsoN, AXP 5:5 82, ' Berwyn gf fill: MILLS TAULBEE Liberal Arts ad Sciences QQ JT, oro - . - . F-q i Ed?-new E M, F C155 ?.r:.1:...iT'az'f:'3S'...?""2'z'r':t'za1::.. Qi lj mencan xpe I 'mary owes' Business Stal! 125 : Illinois Magazine , 33,2 gs? CHALMER CLYNIERTAYLOR, Zslf, KIPAKP Sf,aefns..f.47Qwa,1,Ii'n'g,2',g co,Qmitf,2l'42f'f M675 I-5' - 8- W C ed Cllmival Committee Q47 ' Assist: K wh Lbe 1-A as d s 0' , ' Mx, 5,-.Qi 'Skill Z..da"c...21f.Z?f"K. mu.. ma... gf Clgggf Ifsd? ,gj'thmF'e,gg'gve1QgyH gg-EQ 'MXLFFQ Pierrots: Junior Baseball Manager 137: Brigade an ' D ' Y 'Qeig 21 srsranhsesszz..ssmcsevme E222 Quamm-sm cm U- Am- gil jg Illinois Union Homecoming Committee liiffjg fz,,,' mg "Keep to the Right" um: Pierrot ALFRED UHNO THOE . gap QLQE Ygudeville C217 Secretary, Illinois Union Rollo li ffl! lgiiii sI A. T. c., University of Illinois. AVNMWT8 fffiz .13 Agricultural Club. mmf L+-Q , PAUL CANADAY TAYLOR, BAE, BAXI' Second Lmeutenant. Infantry. U. s. 1.343 :jpg Mooresvillc, Indhma Amllf- llffjx Commerce, Aeemmtancy Vg?-5' ,-,gtg Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Bas- WILLIAM WALTER Tnonr, BANI' fllgbg j.--fl. ketball 113 : Varsity' Basketball 127. Rochelle ,pieigl 55,61 GD. 14? : Senior Smoker Committee lifgfv T-eel, mg Illinois Union csv. Cmnmefve- Avcwntfmvv if 57-Pjfj S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. Ensign, U. S. Naval Reserve. 535251 -'l'!3 ' v-if rfifnzf flux 3-4 "9 :ggi 51151 rhalii R E71 prix 1 f ..- MH... f-,,,,., !..,,.. . .. ". 1 - .f i. .....- .. ., .. 1 .s.i4.-. , W One Hu mired Ten iii--1 . .,., ,. H -.. :N ' .- .gm .. , ,.q, 1 -. ,Q .,--f xl xp .'.' r X.. ,.x,. K -f Y:Ip.LI1'zug,12:gp,g,-gg::,1.1Q.:.rz,1:.1:,g.,g1x,1:gg,g,1-,xxvpg ,g,1.1,:.: xxuzg. ::u4.:rrz:,:L:.:,c..1g1:L3:. -'r::x::'r':,' ggzzuur: ' 'sz' ' "r "fra "I :42"w3 12 'iigffr - "" f"' ' 1- ', , , ,- 4, ...-' - f X Llcf If Kit fu ,I , K I I fl ln, ,Xu I Jr' '1 ,lry um wsu! xx ll N143 X I X ,xl ff I K' . ., Xl. Us . N. -, .V R Ly. 1 i L A .ff ' A 55. . .f.,, rn, rift iff,-fi fi' f if-'?f":14l' 'f 3, :5:11'f"?:'.' V 1021 .- 3:2-.--j14i'21?7S?'fff'fT ,faffR777-jTj:fTf,f3jfl1771' ' - HIL iw'-, :H "V-71 Eqwff. .' .'gil:f.f-Jw iQ' Q-.'+'lV ' ' ,im if? -',,-,' 1' Vgw: :'.,':f -2' S-ii -.SI GD! .ri-LF 'J V2 Vi ,Tis infry-,511N17'?5fg,wli3-g,'zi:.h!,h,:lfh.Lf l l .lf l4jf'ff.Q-l'.H5D?iiglifdrzx-:::t"r2"3i7?:x'iif--1?rFrLT12f"rr:liJ:11li':1'rIxrQ7:"3frr1::1iQr1'fi, , Nl 'fi' 12 Xif l W :V 1'-91 if-A11 Eigigj, W lifts A e-- iw 1 4-. ral 5932 :S avi L25 Jfczg Six 'WJ . Emi 5. F-fo M . Lap X53 579 . ' "ffm 'QA-2 pam :SIS ,122 TSS' K , EL , .2721 S 'QD 593 fe i l-iff? 1 ii fi? , . .7 N asv ' h xlvj iii. ETX 3 ,Q as Ly. E523 if-if-Q ggi ' 'MXL ARTHUR ALFRED THoRsELL ANNA KATHRYN TOLD 155-5- Triangle, QT, HTE Carrollton, Kentucky I:3,"Q1'A',.'Q lil Rockfmd Agriculture, Home Economics illvggf Erwfneerinll. M echamical ' mi.flaTe1ir5ian : Woman is Welfare Com- Student Branch A. S. M. E.: Ameri- . Q5 can Association of Engineers. .yu-N Ta, . U. S. Naval Reserve. . ROBERT GARDNER TOLMAN, AQ Yonkers. New York pvfgyv is HANS CHRISTIAN THORY cognnfrcea aging gzusnfgsl hi F h - b : e c: es - A Z 'V ge. , C"'c'W" maria v:fsitfnFencinE um :D 1919 Inna mill Q2 Pfehminafy Honors' Staff 125 : Preliminary Honors: Cap- lp " A tain, University Brigade 447. 15,1-J' A - Second Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. Q31 Q31 HENRY PLUMMRR THURLOW r v--: , ,M J 545 , AgTicuuu4.eL'll1l'll, MG88a6hu86ft8 l CARLETON MYRON TOWER Captain, Infantry. U. S. Army. Agfa! Blljvgg BAWI' A3fii3'J . H e oi , zscons 'n l'iP'S' Coemmzfz Aaifrrm L in HA, . om er e u . 27:- , CARL RALPH TTIKOTZKY' 'PAT First Lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps, Q22 5-fl! Chicago U. S. Army. 1,3 gl 1555 Chemical Engineering h Q-iff' 'ui' chemical Club Ll A-'P lfjigll' ' PAUL HUBERT TRACY Aw:- :EED . . A l1E'f?3' iii? A LEAH TINA Tonn AAII Avriwlwfe Pam will IQQLQQ Cha Z t ' E Selgond Lieutenant, Signal Corps. A. llimw Fil-, r es an . . , '-11,1 FQ-ffl! Lib eral Arts and Sciences, Home Eco- l1"TQ,5 nomics A Qifffg' ESQ li Woman's Athletic Association: Bowl- EMMA CORNELIA TRQWBRIDGE ,lei Q11 Qxfi -lng'- 183 : Basketball Q83 : Baseball 631. Green Valley 1 147: Woman's Welfare Committee 141. Liberal Arts and Sciences MCD: 55-5355 lil 3 2 rf-. is 1 if-fl 2-if-1 lffigai QE i si Om: Hundred Eleven . ' W1-4'- l :I "::iuF"L'i't-'E ' ' W -513354 "H"TI'fii"1-15 AVA' ' 1' il". ' 'Il' 'Wg' MZHfl"1 "" " "x- '1':kuL:"'x111x?7 1.'f"J11 'L 1' 1141.-ffiilt?J:'slr!f'.u.g?.r4:f' El 14313.-.y,IM,:yq,,.f. Ijjzpagzxfjilfx rgpiwh' fnfw, Q J . HJ ff? ,lrUZ4,-.:iF.T..fg. AW rm fgx,Yf3N-pq.:-xfyk.. 3.1-. xx .N . .iv-:AEA v ge.. .UM vw, .Y, QV. VA ,..1,'.MX Y, 471 i 1L.f.v:ifNl!kn'i if 1111. fff.K?fw1i.22iS51vif-DG'"MANY-'iiffibgltlwf A' ,ff gfarifrgi WAI KWONG TSANG, TBH Canton. China Engineering, Mechanical Chinese Student's Club : Student Branch A. S. M. E. MARGARET D. TUKEY, KKI' Champaign Agriculture, Home Economies Secretary Freshman Commission 111. RUBY MARIE TURNQUIST Chicago Agriculture, Home Economics Home Economics Club: Womnn's War Relief Committee 131: Woman's Wel- fare Committec 141: Preliminary Hon- ors. LowELL H. TUTTLE, Ilus, PHI' Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Scabbard and Blade: Class Track 111, 121: Illinois Agriculturist Staff 121: Captain, University Brigade 141. First Lieutenant, Motor Transport Corps, A. E. F. MILTON FRANCES TUCKER Chicago Chemical Engineering Chemical Club: American Chemical Society. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ROBERT TWELLS, ET, TBII Chattanooga, Tennessee Engineering, Ceramics American Ceramic Society. EFg:st Lieutenant, Field Artillery, A. MANFORD PRESCOTT ULLMAN, CIDBII Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences, Medicine HARRY GLENN VANDIVIER, EAE Franklin, Indiana Liberal Arts and Sciences Second Lieutenant. U. S. Marine Corps Aviation. HELEN VAN INWEGEN Chicago Agriculture Woman's Athletic Association: Horti- cultural Club: Basketball 111. 121: Hockey 111, t121: Swimming Champion- ship 111, 121: Preliminary Honors. FRED N. VAUGHAN, JR., Acacia Amboy Agriculture Military Ball Committee 131: Captain. University Brigade 141. First Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. Army. One Hundred Twelve .1 ? fig 2' '5 L, 4 ,t1'M"l ww? 1. I 'L :fi 'cfl i"'f'.r I :J rx. .- i i' if i .. ,.. gf! .35 W 'rflu Q' V71 I 12 3 X ,if " W I i ..-.f,f C f ' ' .3,..,.iU. , 1 ' ' RUFUS EMERSON VAUGHAN, AXA St. Louis, Missouri Agriculture Class Basketball 111, 131. Sergeant, Infantry, A. E. F. ' WARD HUSTON VENTRESS, 411311 Monmouth Liberal Arts and Sciences, Medicine FRANK WALTER Voc'r, Triangle 9T Chicago Engineering, Civil Association of Engineering Societies 141: Civil Engineering Society: Student Council 141. FLOYD WILLIAM G. VON OHLEN Hinckley Agriculture Agricultural Club. Air Service. U. S. Army. MAURICE POLLARD WAGER, EAM Chicago Engineering, Mechanical Student,Branch A. S. M. E. S- A- T- C-. University of Illinois. One Hnndr ed Thirteen JOHN HARDENBERGH WALDo, 211 Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Tribe of Illini: Skull and Crescent! Philomathean: Varsity Swimming 111, 11231, 141: Captain 141: Class Base- a . VOLNEY DEUCHAR WALKER, AH Lakewood, Ohio Engineering, Mechanical Student Branch. A. S. M. E. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. PEARL WHITE WALKER Galconda Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenean: Woman's Glee Club. CHARLOTTE B. WARD, KA9, 1211 Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Yo Ma: Chemical Club: Le Cercle Francais: Treasurer Sophomore Illinae 121: Student Council Woman's League 131, 141: Woman's Honor Commission 141: Baseball 111. JUs'rUs CONRAD WARD, 'PAT Clinton Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Chemical Club. I , S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ,.. . 1.1. . ,, ,,.. ,.1 ..,V,.:, ,',:4,...,.. ,.,....vT: ll, "L ".'v-'IDN' - v. .v V - 1 2 , L ,QV 1Y'1:f.1.' ,'-' ..v"g.1:. 'w,.pg., -,vr erm! P Sfflrivyl ' 'tif-E:j14l'iQ1::z9'r':n-lrvxflil I I 'QI' 1 L 'Q' .Y-'ly' A .gl 'i " '5 'Trl' lp -I N.'1l,,I,.3L5" . ...VH 1, , . lieu I law -ew Lf, V: . TEL PJ, xr I . f .X rv .. All 'J x , -1, 1 Lai!! , , R 1 S, .'-QL, Egfeu Hfif' 375 w Qfeau it 'FD' EMI '55 'fit PW' Q41 991.1 '49 i Ei-in M25 'LSD Ig-6.1 y-- Q15 21311 l ffii'-I 'ffj fliili U52 K'-JH: Af 841 x ' ' ,Ci pg' 'DAVID A.'WARFORD,t'HKA, QAA' 'MARGARET ,LOUISE WATT 143 4 L , . Elizabethtown I , , . ' ' Winchester ' A , U 3,55 -'-iff FW' I , ' f ' ', ' Liberal Arts and Sciences V ' ' S6-Egliptglglokgiul-ELnE2fRieeSf??, QZJ. C37 Woman's -yvkgvare, ,Committee 0851: , Second Lieutenant' U., S. Army. V Student Cbuncxl oman s eague . .QE Q-if ' " AMos H. WATTS, AfIP,. GNP, V 43' , 7 ,- 5 Nurwaze I gf- Vfw L'b l A ts d 'S ' Z1 QD LAMBEMUS- WMMOLTS- AIFK '.z:'a...a ,.::::. ..f:x5"'....,..... A... A .q,,L1, 079003 tianf Club: Class Baqketball 123. C83 : Riu! Liberal Arts and Sciences, Medicine Illini Staff 113: Chalrman. Senior Cap 32. ,ji 1' and Gown Committee 145: Illlnols Union vi ' ' ' ' I I-0: ' Co-ed 'Carnival Committee -CQ: -,if Ltr! Treasurer. Freshman Class ill: Manor. 0,31 FE, NELLIE PEARL WARREN graiveraity Brigade CBJ: Student Opera -'. V fi Mansjlehi Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. '15 ' lla? Liberal Arts and Sciences Army' :ff2' MIP. " - CJD A BRENT GIRDLER WEBB APX -K- . .ml ' f .3 'VFI21 E . . Loujtsvigqi :Kentucky Wx 17N W n 'neerm , rc 1 ec ure . ":', ...LM MALcox.M H.UXl::soN, ZN, AZ .Bhd Argnery' ho' T' on U- si Army. 32 gli. Avfffulwfe GEORGE STANLEY WEBB, TKE pm. Agricultural Club : "Ag" Dance Com- . ay If var mittee can . BL00"""W"' . f f. lqljl , ' Emrifneersniz, Railway. Electrical 5525? EF' ' Electrica Englneermg Society : Rail- ,U " way Club. Sig VITY' RAYMOND VANCE WATSON AFP Cm' A'ti"e'y Com' ET? ,R,..l' 9 '+:,5, ' AARON BURTON WEINER EAM lfa-1 L, jig! Agriculture Clmtmt , My Ch' Li XV Agricultural Club: Junior Prom Com- Engineer-in , Mechgriggztl '- 'ijll mittee C851 Senior Hat Committee 44? Student granch A. S. M. E. 'V' Sergeant, Infantry, U. S. ,Army. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ' 'Psy , , ll I "5 .55 .gag if li -W 1 ,, 531' i STH 1, Ona H undrcd Fourteen ' 13.1 1 fc 1 --.1 '1 1.1 ' l. F5311 1'1" . '4, "ik: ,111 1-1 11:1 113111 1 Iv. 1. 2111! 222152 Q11 ir Q51 113.1311 C5511 1,5 1 1:11 . .UN1 11,311 if--1:1 1152 E 15: 1 wif I 11 1?-191 133351 15111 --X 1 1 '11 s. -'1 1131 fr-111 .hm -:L-T11 Y L 1,1 1 54.111 :'Ci1'5S1 114,11 132151 iiwfif .lc-,.. -,,. .U 3551111 .1 lcfifi' 551' 347.11 114111 2141. .LT 11 Eff Q ,ii 11 'ffvif if-U11 M., 192551 I-gfjil, 151111 11311 137-C 'F-QF: .. , 3. .H 51 11-,l .1 . 1 . X1 111-C1 x 11. 411 f-"?1 1 1. 11 '1 X 11: iiygif 1,,, . ,,,--.f 1 One Hunfh CHARLOTTE BRUCE 'WELCH IVIPB, KAH, KIIBK , , .- 1 Chicago 1 Liberal Arts and Sciences ' ' Yo' .Mag - Mortarboard: Alethenai: Woman's Athletic 'Associationz Le 'Cercle Francais: Student Council, Woman's .L88EU6.121. 1131. H141-: ,Class Hockey 111. 121., 131: Junior ,Prom Committee 131: Chairman. Woman's League Dance Committee 131: ' Chairman., Womanis Athletic Association Dance Committee 131 : President.1 Sophomore. Illinae-'1211g Senior Illinae Advisory.Board 141: Pre- liminary Honors. ' ' PHILIP SPRING WESTCOTT, SAX , I -Oak Park I Emnecrzng, Railway Electrical Illini Staff 121. 131. ' ' RICHARD WILBERT WESTERMANN Quincy Chemical Engineering Chemical Club: American Chemical Society: Class Soccer 141. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. NORMAN ELMER WESTFIELD Farm House, AZ -- , Chicago Agrzcullmrc Agricultural Club. Second Lieutenant, Air Service, U. S. Army. EARL NATHANIEL WHEELOCK A , lm Wilmette grzcu re Agriculture Club. Chief Yeoman, U. S. Navy. 'cd F if tccn Y EARL' LEONARIX WHi15E' 1' 5 Belvidere' I I Commerce, Banking ' ' ' S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. . GEORGE BRUINGTON WHITMAN - Farm House, IIIIP, HAZ' , Carneron Agriculture ' 1 . , Aftriculture Club:. Hoof and Horn Club: Class- Baseball 121, 131g -Illinois Axzriculturist Staff 111. 121. Ensign, U. S. Naval Reserve. NEWELL EVERT WIEDEMANN, EH Rector. Arkansas Engineering, Architecture Scarab: Gargoyle. AA?istI-.ant Band Leader, Field Artillery, DOROTHY MAE WIERSEMA Berwyn Edueatum Woman's Glee Club: Woman's Athletic Association : J amesonian. CHARLES LUCAS WILDER, CIIZK Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Signal Corps. U. S. Army. : J 'j,. -..4-1..g:.'..:. K ::.f.i1!IV 4... .1::.1,.,..A,..1x11:r .I . .,, ,. 1 1..,x.:1I,,.. 1 ,NV MMI 1 1 V 1-11 1 ,.,4. In. 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 ..1 1 1 1 1 1 U1 uf., I 11 T1 C.. 1 ,1 1 1 .1 "'1 11111 .-.41 1. 11: . 4.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 NUI Y 1 l JOE HENRY WILDERMUTH, APX Gary. Indiana Engineering, Architecture Architectural Club: Rifle Club: En- gineering Dance Committee 131. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. CECIL HERBERT WILKINSON Charleston Agriculture 4 Sergeant. Medical Corps, A. E. F. SCOTT JACKSON WILKINSON, EN Bethany Liberal Arts and Sciences GILBERT ,fS'IlEWART WILLEY Farm House - Champaign Agriculture Agricultural Club: "Ag" Glee Club. Sergeant. Medical Corps, A. E. F. PAUL ALBERT WILLIAMS Freeport Commerce, General Business Senior Smoker Committee 141: Illinois Union 141. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. GALE J. WILSON, KPZK, AK'1' Carbondale Commerce, General Business S. A. T. G.. University of Illinois. KENNETH L. WILSON, AT, AZ Atwood Agriculture ' Ma-wan-da: Sachem: Tribe of Illini: Ku Klux Klan: Skull and Crescent: Axlricultural Club: President. Illinois Unlon 141: Freshman Varsity Football 611: Basketball 111: Baseball 11-1: arsity Track 121. 131. 141: Varsity Basketball 121, 131. Captain 141: Var- sity Football 121: Honor Commission 131: Junior Cap Committee 131: Senior Memorial Committee 141: Junior Mixer Committee 131. LYLE A. WILSON, Triangle, ET Hamburg Engineering, Civil . Class Football 131. FSecOnd Lieutenant. Engineers, A. E. RAY WALKER WILSON, KIPKT Princeton, Missouri Commerce Commmerce Club: Ionian. First Lieutenant. Ordnance Depart-. ment, U. S. Army. STEPHEN ASKEW WILSON, WPT Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois Magazine Stall' 131' Home- coming Committee 141: Assistant Cheer Leader 131. Second Lieutenant, Signal Corps, U. S. Army. One Hundred Sixteen ,., l 1-.iw 1. .rl I1 11 "1,. -N 1 1 .. , ll. 'I' Lf 1: 1. I ltfu. 111'-'el' 5,1114 wg.: .. 1. Tig., 1 del? X-1.1. ., My lgfi 1, hfirflr N 14, 1 ' alll df 1 j' r,fg:, 195523 lf 11 75.315 C'-"1 ,nfsp .A-I ,I 1.1.1 rg. I1 gl 1. i l lm' 1 ., U. fl 1: CIF 1 .MQL11 3':-.fa -5- iii: 'i?2ii3 7:13311 I5.J:.11 ,iii 41 'cf-2 1 Lg- 11 1' 51' 1 'PFA 1: if! 1, in-D111 1 1 513411 .-.1 ,. 1, Q51 lofi 1 7. r "5 .-Til lsffl F.?'3?: .-.ij-'il' 1",j.,?1-.- li.-fl if gil l".'Qf1 lr? fl, .A 7.49221 lj ffl .',l1. . I-Lf, ,Kiln 15,151 Q1 11-fir! iss 15 1. 'fi i . A1 14. ,M af. 1 ivy,-f--. I 1 Vial, 1 nc Hunrlr 1f1,11., 1 BESSIEY FRANCES -WINCHESTER A A Urbana 1- Libcral Arts and Sciences, Horne Eco7 nomicsu 4 ROLAND E. WINKELMAN , HKA, CPAA , ' Belleville " ' ' Law . Egyptian Club: Class Soccer' 113. 1211: Illmn Board of Trustees 123. 133: Manager, Inter-Class Athletics 147 : Jun- ior. Prom Committee 181: Sophomore Cotxllion Committee '12J. ' ' Coast Artillery Corps. A. E. F. Ross WAYNE WINKLER, Acacia . Newman . - Agriculture . U. S. Marine. Corps, A. E. F. - ELEANOR LUCILLE WISEL Achoth' Cerro Gordo Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Econo- mics . 'Athenean : Woman's Welfare Com- mlttee. 14 J : Household Science Club I: Woman's Athletic Association. JOSEF EDWARD Wn"rERs, EX Grand Rapids, Michigan Liberal Arts and Sciences Radio Instructor, U. S. Navy. cd Seventeen -,.gVz.1.yE1y1gx., 4 1,1u.1.u1,Ae x rg, ' ff fjff :vi 1 1 L... e....1J.:,. 1' ,,, . ...- . wr K . 1 M19-319125 -LOIS 'WOLEBEN Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences I- ' 5 THoMAs,TzE-CHUNG Woo Wuchang, via Hankow, China Liberal Arts and Sciences -' ' ' Chinese Students Club. LAURA BELLE WORDEN , . I . Harvard . Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home E nomics ' BERTRAM ALFRED WREDE , Chicago Engineering, Civil Lieutenant, -Air Service, A. E. Member Lafayette Escadrille. DONALD TOWNSEND WRIGHT Chicago ' . Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry C0- F., 1 T l 1 l 1 11 15 ll 1 I 5 1 1 1 ll 1 15 11 if' ,L 1l'f 'Z :1 1 EJ rl 1 1 11 1 I l 1 l 1 1 i U 1 1 1 111 il I1 C1 . f ,1-N ,.. ,V 'l .ll ,-4 MIQZZI-f' V -1 . 51 l 1 ' l 1 ll" 111 Ury, Q F -gb 'JLG ,IA -4.1 t yl...l',:'.:K"llj. .V ,.. -V ' kv 'ff '-1r":f- f ' N X.vl':.Qm I! 'f"':'llw-5-- 'X' .L V -fha -' -' 7'r'l"f'r' lzflll ' , l l VFD? Film 3137 lf., 2:3 1:13531 'kill 112532 lla fel -ik: l'if5"'ll IEW lifkfli M553 li-:kill lf- liillij, V1-'lil lp lf: lull li--vl mx. ll ll, iiflil spfirgl ,welll 2532? Il'-flil lffil 5-"Ill llv-iff :jill llifjl glqglv LUN Full 1 'll' ,msg l lglfffi, liken! lqeill l3'Iii"l Ulf' VQDUI 42237 llferl ilililfl iw, l'l,rf9f, l.5'll lflll? ll-bl ,ljf -' Lf! ' is '3 fl 4' 123 'fi C,. 3? rag illilli El .lil llfff so ft liiiz ,VY HOWARD L. WRIGHT, HKN ET HOWARD ALLEN Yos'r, GAX V. lv l l ' lll Ll li ,," fig' Woodstock Kansas City, Missouri Engineering, Electrical Liberal Arts and Sciences Iliff Q ,Q Electrical Engineering Societv. Chief Quartermaster, U. S. Naval ,gf S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. Reserve. -.1115 I .5521 ffl? WILLIAM EDSON WRIGHT, AKK J oHN WESLEY ZIEGLER, Acacia .Selig Giford East sl. Louis :Syl QEQACJQ Liberal Arts and Sciences. Medicine Liberal -Arts and Sciences, Chemical 3,112 f,-lzlil s. A. cr. c.. University of Illlnols. Envmwmv lflgry -ggi. Chemical Club. def Qllii Second Lieutenant, Air Service, A. E. Mig Tiff! FREDERICK DEWEY WROBKE, ZW F- - W4 .KL fb Y .5 lrgbq Ummm, Maywm HARRY GUs'rAv ZIMMERMANN, WT QQ!!! Ma-wan-da: Sachem: Tribe of Illini: Peru' tag,-Ji -,fi l Skull and Crescent: Commerce Club: Liberal Arts and Sciences 1' ,JJ wifi Freshman Varsity Baseball 111: Varsity Ma,wan-da: Ku Klux Klan: president gffjj ,ith gasebgn Q75 487' M, 7 Junior Smoker Elect, Illinois Union Q43 I Freshman Var- lgfefi lfig' 1 omm WW Q I' , sity Baseball ill : Homecoming Com- fpglff mag! milfltees cgi' l Rese ve MCI ,. , ' . . ava r . " lgigqzll ADOLPH Kmscn WUERKER, QKT I -,ll Alton ' El.-Qi' ,gum Cmmem, Ganeml Business BENJAMIN SELMAN ZUCKERMAN lhfgfi l'fl""ll Ionian: Commerce Club: Rifle Club. CMWU0 ' 'HQ-375 If MI, Second Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps, Engineering, Architectural 5532, QP--ll U- S- AMY- second Lieutenant. Field .-mlllery, U. Fd flxllliil S. Army. TT -l T 1 fi- lgfizzll CORDELIA OLIVE YACKEY ' I gig St. Louis, Mmmm JOSEPH DRYDEN. HAIIKNEY 5 j ,lil Liberal Arts and Sciences, Home Eco- ' Carthage' M1"'W"" l' fe ll.,ll,N Mmwv Commerce, General Business Il l'."l ill 'fel' 1- 5554 1 l 1 - llff 1 l lflil One Hundred Eighteen 553 ---A ll 'fr '--1 -I ' i-JJ "IV" ' ' YZ 5- ' gl Cl , z:.uT"1 rua :E 'QA ' v' Ak f" Tiff ' '2f':W1'IiQ'1:. ,YEA Z' :T-If'-1T7:zIi1j' gl-'fwgix "Y" I 1 1 1 I I i r 43,4 K .Ulf-',:f ' DV-bb-1-f",3dIN tl U- K I 41 1- LKZQ,1m.mm,.EQy, PM wyigsggwyfg ,Eillpih ,LE ,- Dfw , .f Vggziffgpg. V 192149 ig:M1'57m1-N 1 firfgven f 'm.'5L'zii.1:.?:'+-315, 5.55.41 -. f...i5:,:,3h.:4,--ff-Viv-5 pkg, ""u-mv4O MPL la" ffbq CII 49:1 I we ' E Gy gg . QQ . A gg.: Q92 r O3 EQ 'J I V.- SQ1 5 . Q LD U W? AQQ iw: 'QU GZ' Pg? ' not CJ 1- , 3 Gb ' ICQ? D ,M 529 Qc-L3 f--j fbi :IL ,X 2:5 an kt' 63' QOL ' U XLS ' -. MAX E. AHNERT LEWIS BERNARD CAssU'r'r, AEA 6235 3 Gemseo' . Chicano Gmj QQ? Pharmacy Demstru 3 65-1 Dlvi-Divi. Sergeant, Medical Corps. U. S. Army. ' I G53 5: fb , 1 fbi '12, THOMAS WENDELI. BLACK ROLLIN L' GATE STE E Pam Pharmacy Streator 3, 6 5. 5 P"f,'f'f'gf' 1 Divi-Divi. Q E v- v . S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. 'V . ', g, . : 4: . 4: W. EDWIN BROWN JOHN B- COOKE gg ff Quincy Ph Goodland. Indiana Q Q 1 I Phu armacy I . I s.mXW'r. c., University 'of Illinois. S- A- T- O-' University of Illinois- , : 455 , 1 . fs 2 RALPH D. DAVIDSON KNI' 5+ Q .Q HENRY ADAM BUERKLE Oak Pm, 4 ' 5 Ig - I ' DuQuoin Pharmacy V Phgxfffggi Medical corps, U. s. Army. Q5 l' . .. 42 I .Q 3 -I ' SALVATOR PETER DICosoLA EC- L ' 5 MARIETTA L. CAROTHERS, AK2 chicago . , 5 Ch' ' Demhtru W xii PMTWGW waao Air Service. U. S. Army. 5623 I : . . - Q One Hundred Nineteen V 1E ....... W- dl.- --.WY ...,. -2- .... ..-..., A, ' ' 'Y' 'Y :,":, "F':"'::"F' "" """F9" "" 'w ' f-v':1f" 5: ? 'ff':'1': ' ' ,r '.f" , " M TYl"T-4'-'I-ffl "'A' ,. W . 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KXI' CARL GUSTAVE FELGER iiff Chivfwv Chicago Zig Ph-07771000 Pharmacy i I . , Divi-Divx. l .gk ' i l.FT'.7 l If LIONEL N. Dumas E552-' Chi,,,,,,, Lao JOHN Goss1vIANN, MX i Dcnistry - A Pana, igff s. A. T. c., University of Illinois. Plwrmuou ' . :ig , Q l Gs IRA EISENBERG FIIIEDIIICH. W. O.. A. Gnossn I Chicago - Chicago Heights 4522. Pharmacy Pharmacy I Divi-Divi: American Pharmaceutical As- D"'f'Dl"i .,5,,ij soclation: Y. M. G. A. Cabinet. . I I-if S. IA. T. C.. University of Illinois. - U M2511 SEWARD HAIsm GUINTER gig: t Chicago i W. EARLE ENTRIKIN, AEA phamaw ,i .. D1 I-ni ': A 1 Ph ii 1 A , Lwmgaton' M'mta'm" sociaxlzion in Y. nib? cg? A. 835322. ca B- maj, Deflfwffil S. A. T. G.. University of Illinois. '. ASergeant, Hospital Corps. United States rmy. , - A KAN 1' i"J1 WARREN FRANK HARRIS Emo JOHN ERICKSON Pharmacy. A"""' ' CMM00 - Divx-Divi. , 'S IF Pharmacy s. A. T. o., University of Illinois. g 155 xml viii l One Hundred Twenty 1 'I 1,.,.. ...,..,s...., nu--. M. , . 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A . .Q . 2 .O 3 . - . ,ff CHARLES FRANK HASELBERGER HARLAN LEo JENKINS, KAI' ig- Chicago Pontiac 5 ES Pharmacy Pharmacy 2 ffl? ' Divi-Divl. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. gig ' ' I 'X L ' 'sw' . E JOSEPHINE CECILIA HAUEER, AK2 HARRY JESSE JENSEN, Kq, 5-9 5 CMWU0 Chicago ' 2 P'W""'W'W Pharmacy ff! 23 Class Secretary 423. United SEEESS Navy. Qi . . .1 A J ' W 5- 5 EDWARD CHARLES HIGGINS, KNI' . cms KAREL, Kq, C54 I A A Quincy Chicano 7 , 'i Pharmacy Phawhaw L S. A. T. C., University of Illmoxs. American Expeditibmwy Forces' 2 ' 'riff - ' CLARENCE EDWARD HOLSTON KAI' V91 E4 . , ' ,EMILY HOUDA KAYLA, TA :S 5 1 Nashmlle , 1 -5551 , 9 A Pharmacy . aww' T591 s. A. 'r. c.. University of Illinois. Dmwffv f 5,53 ' q ',:'-' S- . . A 5922 I ALLAN HUMPHREY, IKWI' h WALTER GEORGE KOEHLER n J Vandalia Kankakee .gy -,E Phafmavil . 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Army. class President 141. 111?'ej1 1551 United States Naval Reserve. 1 1131151 f xii 1 1 11 '- N 1, eye' STANLEY Egmnn MCBRIDE AAGE M MTS, AEA M 211 Pharmacy ' Copenhagen, Denmark ,111 s. A. T. c.. University of Illinois. De""s"" ' 1111-55 if' ' Q' WL", ERNEST MALTER 1113.51 ELMER WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN Oak Park 115-,Q 1 1-31111 Quincy Dentistry IQ?-Q1 Pharmacy President. Senior Class HJ. 1.5133 ,QII11 United States Navy. Hospital Corps, A. E. F. 1651 3113 12551 --"1 1 V.-, 1116751 ,311 1 EQ: K- . ig'-f .L?.11 One Hundred Twenty-two N 'Big-'hi' li'v.iT9ii'fi1:4" 1,J:fi+xI"" 1 min' " uuxrui' :giuu'::.Jx:'-2:'xIilI'L:7a,Q'uT11323 YirZ':JIxlx:i'Egu:4,i4 I11JUIi"1ZU11. i::rrv.g.rcgxt:4Jg.-3.EgaI11LQ,f3g:,ggvyAiI.QLg v",xrt.,., I',.,.'rl1.."',.:,.,',.,Nf,.-:':-.,- A .,,,,.x , , ,, , . ,. ,,,, ,,, 1 121112242-1221?E'fWf3l??r1421.f3f!1Q4P-Ifiifhff315?X5Q?i4'33.fFf?!-'- IK'ii'1?a?.11'i'3f1Wifi ns,2i?.'3'1i331.27'iLYf ,lil2lQ.,':Qi2l.f.3?F52R.5iffPA'-sfilfgiszifififf 9 il?'li,i11'.+ffE'31.f1 r-Y-Y., lv . , I Alf x. ,tv if-g4?l E329 35121 fill wil 'Gf'?i1i ifglfl of wg Kill 1+13i'j 57,711- fill fl 4' y'k53l'5 ifflbllll i -- I my l lf' I wi iii? FEE' ffiifil Ill ,tvll xi.' " 47.-f3? E ' if ' I5-:E ,I -'cf di 25:13 i X v PV! ,ff 1 Ifxfiil fi-:ii 451255 5 iihi .Cl 'ff 5253435 with "L tri mpiifi: f7E'll fi id .zzffvl -5:4-gl il- ful .jus-T, ll .1 'iff I lg ,QL fri: ,ri 'ai lfiii '-11.5 11595 ,ffjfff -I-:fl kid, -,, I If .. '-'iii .U1 iz., l FAYETTE Osciuz MERRILL, Ks' Pharmacy Des Plaines Class Treasurer 145. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. STANLEY JOSEPH NOVOTNY, AZ-If Pharmacy Divi-Divi. Chicago Field Artillery, A. E. F. SAITO NoEUKAzU Tokyo, Japan Dentistry RICHARD NEIL OLIVER, Kip Chicago Pharmacy Ammunition Train, A. E. F. HANS CHARLES PAHL Chicago Pharmacy Divi-Divl. S. A. T. C., One Hundred Twenty-three ,f -1-.. I ,.1'1...I, . University of Illinois. LEON ARTHUR RAMBO, KXI' La Moille Pharmacy U. S. Naval Reserve. DIDRIK SANNES, 'PQ Madison, Wisconsin Dentistry Vice-President. Senior Class MJ. Private, Coast Artillery Corps. SIDNEY SCHMIDT Chicano Pharmacy S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. Louis WILLIAM SCHULTZ, AEA . Oak Park Dentistry Freshman Varsity Baseball 117 : Medui S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. KURACHI SHOZO ,Takada City, Japan Dentistry -X all , .x- str- U N A,,.',Tzl !,,f11,11L.1syri::f. .335 our in-555. ..I31'11'-Z 1511. !.:'i.:F.AA.'Lm: -'V-ij'i"f1.tf -jiiikvil :1:, 5.2 if pri, gi,-1-if ..f,,l.f.,i'r,. ...,f'.',':-f,1 'fs lC1jjL,fI:1."-If 'l'f'l'f fi" r QS.,-f 'g . . f,lyIm2-'i.g- -gl' 'ZIV ' 11 01173. , K- I zz 4 ... .,. rl 'l .il 1021,-C l 4' ,...,- ....,. l, CT 1 'ff . i 4J,Q?'. 1' ' . Ulf 1015 ie ii uf-. uw Fgjll' -sf -All nlw Q-ffsjgl F4245 K-QS 13 lx- ' 1, Wil' ri ,Q ,Q. z 'I IRQ igiijl may yi' ' if fri?- Mil? lil -.Din ,r ,idk A4221 lcv fig-Fil '1'7'f.3 ffl? 5' Q mf- iff gi 'W :5.gl,l EQ? -wig LLQ4 OS- 'K "UI Agia? if-fail QQ ,.,-I .1 f 1. iii. 1? wif : fl' tg. l' V' :I :fr . DQ flfiti E1 '- ' 1 770 f' , - -'qi nk .ll CYRENUS LEE SICKMON, KNI' NINETTA ANNA VILLA, AK2 gg Pharmacy Chicago fif E 'FQ -fp, 'N Ambulance Corps. A. E. F. PMTMWII CQ: -Fai. iii 'igxf ll - I lei' l,aQ HARVEY STALLARD, EE ALBERT F. VONDRASEK, Kxlf, EZCI2 If Xi-gi - - . Cicero U1 :I ,Mm'neapolw, Mmnesata, Q! .2855 , Pharmacy 'J f lgixly Dentistry Ihr. '74 Ambulance Corps, A. E. F. C5 'fri' 3 A v ' RALPH EUGENE TERRY , , Ig.-4. A LEWIS W. WAXMAN 5, Q Ilflfw Aurora Chicano 1 -5053 Pharmacy - Pharmacy Class Vice-President 147. Divppivi, - . , S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. 1. F' 1921.5 I I E ff: Qgy CLARENCE A. TOLINE, AEA OscAR B. YEATMAN, EN, AEA P rig ifllgi Q Moline A Huntsville, Akzbama Dentistry Dentistry 4-if !,,f:'f - ' . P 3' fc-.1 Chairman Pin Commlttee My 3 Chair. 'Secretary and Treasurer, Senior Class .3 ,Qc-ggi. man Invitation Committee 141. 4 kg Ig,-.1 United States Ambulance Corps, A. E. 1 IQ.. is-L.,-fi: Sergeant Ambulance Corps, U. S. Army. F. i Qi, s VJ, ,QE ' l it-"5f'ffl S91 4,-lf.-s"z I ga. V ' lf 7 X .gf-f lrfigll 1 gill 5'-fp-if One Hundred Twenty-four 4. fl. A . Y Y '--v- -"zff- -- 1 . . . 1 '1 .. .:. ., rf- -.. - - , , V , --W -----M ...I "' l .gc-ri Li '. 41.-L 1.1.17 r " A.Ul-133,21-XZQZI, Q. 1 514, 1 :Ln ., nz .1 'x, xg 31... 5. I .X .. ..,::z-T4ixgrx .. ' ' ., Lg: nur, QL: L...::.' :'..: ,1.':,'3,g.gg, -1 - -31 - ,UA-.fc ii 1 ,. 4 ,T . :AJ N U . ,Q Viihrff- ' " 1 1 'i'1'f'f ' ' , ' ' 1 if 'iffi-'fs' "iw-. . . .'1,r,: U.,-",'?1f'?3r'-.Sf'rY ' Q. ,. . ,Firm-r-4.--., , - , - v- w 'Hy' 'nu' ""f "' .. X mr' - ,. 1 v,. W H . ' is X 1-I - 1 'NNN 11 .- M'-gisfk Qs, '- , ..... ,N One lIu11d1'1'll Twrazty-five I Lu' .. . 4. K , m. 5 L. V-. . N , A23 f1"1 'vw -' f 4' S-:wp-xv, r . p 'ig--,rf L. is , xiii X4 , 3 M 2.1. f 1 zu' 1 , f,m.':g"'i-"'.lK"JJ., .ww . wr' ,-r.L' " One H undrcd Twenty-six , v A note of sadness, like a minor strain, ran through the joyous symphony of the forty-eighth commencement. This secondary tone reached its highest pitch when the class marched over to the home of President James, whom illness had confined to the house, after the commencement exercises, and sang, "By Thy Rivers." It was notice- able also at the class day exercises on Tuesday, when the 11st of gold-star Illini of the class of 1919 was read by the historian, Harold Boomer Johnston. Appreciation of the 653 "nineteeners" who carried on through the hard war years the traditions and standards of the University, was shown by returning alumni at commencement time. ' Dr. Frank Arthur Vanderlip, an old Illinois man, who served as chairman of the War Savings Committee during the war, addressed the graduates Monday morning on the general theme of the increase of their opportunities and responsibilities over graduates of preceding years. He is regarded as America's first authority on inter- national finance, and he gave this cryptic piece of advice: "Don't think you must take the job that pays the highest salary-get a position which offers you opportuni- ties to learn." Many of the old-time lecturers pricked up their ears on hearing this and looked in vain at the flowing sleeves of their black gowns, wondering where they could jot down this nugget of wisdom for future reference. The senior ball of '19 failed to be a ball, but everyone agreed it was a mighty good dance, in spite of the fact that it was, held informally in the Masonic Temple. Senior breakfast, doubtless the best-remembered social get-together of all four years in col- lege, because it is the last, was the scene of'farewells among many who had formed fine friendships during those four years. One Hundred Twenty-scvcn X ,n V A 4 w 4 .IJ Om: Hundred Twenty-aight ' 1 1 1 ' F I ,K K, F, . 1 .1 4 w .v -. H, M , . I U 'I ra ! l J Il ii:nT"'T-2'f fir?"-11-xfff' '. , - . - --1 -W 'W-" " ' ' T --:" , , -x'1vl"Q ' la'1f1!f:?Q,ll4f'5'?"tI:5fg.'Jr"51'x' I L I X ' V Y Wk, fi A' Y I Atl-.,?f.::rrN r1'1:'TI:::tr:'7f::"' ' f ' ,XJ 1 U I V-I "-"' "" 1 I xl 57:51, Xml!! 'fl A 1 I ,tl 55155 . 22:4 1 ' Cl ofa mfr Jumor ass cers A. ,, ZA. iff? ' iffy if gf 14225. EIU 15? ' - , . fl ggeeggf vii 2332! 'Ffa Izfffi fi. I-7.3: I I xg., M335 if-'I ff 'xffui H" W TSW ,I iglfgf urea ifgwzr-I 4 5 1f2if5W I I, lf . 55 51 if 35:9 Fzrst Semester Second Semester President 5.14 :LQ 3 O. N. WILTON W. B. RUSSELL fvirgl Vice-President 5' -I, Jlfxdfg LOIS WINE FRANCES BEST I- ,Ziggy Treasurer QQ' y ---Igjql JAMES BLIss M. A. BEARD 3 ,il xwffg Secretary "1 'y yfgf, VIRGINIA GAYLE LoUIsE WHITCHURCH gi-fi ISI ' SLE, I- ii 1' fffrll ,,,,:u, -, - Fifi , Iigifnj 17, A' icy I -, US 5 fzug M112 14 U' 153:15 ,,j?g3' brlfin 1 3 wif' if-si? .Lisij " I qfftii I- 1 'hifi 5.7! if-Gif iif ff L' ,- I l gf, P-if WI.. ' 'fi 7 Vx I ff-id Y:-. ' I 1 'I - .. rr., ' One Hundred Twenty-nine -J, 14 ,.. , . .-,.,L.-.. 'E--+-- Agp- 'g Nj. , A I' -,K .,-j,rE,A I ' I nv rl 1, ' ' npr:-.,,,k, - ----.. .Aly H, ,:,z1::gg.,.I..1,:-'1 vwy- ,xy , ,, .1 -I Vi G. MUGGE R. SHONKWILER CHRISTINE STUBBS MARIE DOBYNS LOUISE FAIRFIELD R. S. MASON L. BERRY G. CROSBY F. W. MEZEK U2 . F. TOWNSEND W. G. BREWSTER W. WATTS P. WALKER T. MERRIAM C. C. SMITH O. N. WILTON E. G. STALEY J. H. BLISS M. D. BURNHAM R. H. BARNARD G. H. MUCGE J. W. CANNON F. H. O'DONNELL T. M. BEAUMONT A. L. SAGENDORPH H. S. GREEN H. H. BENTLEY junior Class Committees JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE W. W. BROWN, Cluzirman S. DARLING ' L. M. BERNHISEL J. H. ZXMMERMAN M.. Q. LYTLE H. W. KLAMSER O. GRESENS JUNIOR MIXER COMMITTEE F. WORTHINGTON, Chairman ISABELLE LOSEE LENORE CONDE FLOSSIE MILLER RUTH TERWILLINGER LENORE SCOTT JUNIOR SMOKER COMMITTEE K. WILLIAMSON, Chaifrmcm H. G. PRICE A. A. ARNOLD S. HIMES C. F. CHOU J. CANNON 4 SENIOR CHIMES COMMITTEE R. G. CARLSON, Chairman E. A. JOHNSON R. F. LOVETT R. A. LIFVENDAHL LASCHE PEARSON H. F. SADLER LOUISE FAIRFIELD SENIOR HAT COMMITTEE M. E, TKACTI, Cluzirman D. W. STOCKHAM F. E. TOURTELOT E. L. CHILDS JUNIOR MIXER 'COMMITTEE W. F. VON BINZER, Chaifrmcm E. J. J. G. MASON K. MCKINNEY W. NAY C. R. SUTTON J. H. MORGAN L. E. GOWER G. TAYLOR H. L. GROTEEIELD M. C. GODDARD EUNICE GAWTHROP W. H. SAHUD D. A. WOLFE L. G. SALZENSTEIN M. LEAv1TT H. MOCK R. KEMLER R. KINNEY A. T. MUNSELL RUTH STIMPSON ISABELLE LOSEE BEULAH CLUTE ESTHER BARNES FLORENCE TIMMELSHUE LUCILE HAGAN D. M. HOLLINGSWORTH A. 'J. ZIMMERMAN R. D. MCINTYRE SYBIL JAMES HARRIET FERA BERYL DAVIS Om: Hundred Thwtu 1 x v X 1 I fu sf mcfcker- 5. '..-.hw-w-.-,Q ,n I gig? ' , I ji., fl ,ei J A 5 . c , 4' L F 'I .. RCA.. l.OClQvoocL- ' ,Q Cla 1-K ' f1r1'liCC U A 4 Giwthrop ' Hookf gym W, 2 X k'5g"i.f7 fer, ff!" .1 ,lrA.?f5f..z:f-1' . "1 :'::f', One Iluvzdmd Tlmty o 10 John 'Defwlcr' Om: Hundrc5d Thirty-two 1 f X x v mf DxnclQvd fn- . M Loral ' Van 'Doran Olf Wme, uouie' Wilton. Ame Tlefcker 0 Coolgy ,V 4' 1: .- ,.g,fv,, - .N :, w..4f.,i:,w,,4,qL OH' Ilzmd d ll fill One Hundred Thirty-fmu' R X "A3l' ,.f,:.x . fm V U U" 5 I ,,f fy' 2 1' 4 .Sf Qifll .--I.. swlf 4. 'Iii-NP .. -,, ,-- L , .4 Iii' 1.-, - Nz ,. w-' W' " lil 1. L, .ff X: Vx gk- . , . 'iss- Q1 R wi I' ,- It ,rw 'iigx -' N' 195.1 ifIfT',"f Mfr wif hifi' yfffflf R,-,.,:: -3 "1 lJ',:'Ti4 xml .--,jg ,Will -H1-Us 1 .u ff p , K I.. w gf. Ni! 2' H ,, 5212.211 ICJ 'jfl S- M gr: w if , 34. fail V 'R ,A 4-11:9 ,Ji K. fri. ,R , 'YJW mi' Hi 1 ,sw wb? l 19 ' qu g rx ,N -fglif fs-vii: fzrljqyl .Fix l3..2'I:! I ' -' 541 .fw- 'Fil ISSN' 2: 1111 3,fl?.Eff :QW -55 ir 1,-. 1 .xg 'ff V 'Jef' J ,gfhlf jrfz f sk, 1716" -lgfilffwfzwzl,-W1 l LNFN1., Sophomore Class Oflicers l First Semester V President ARTHUR ROBINSON Vice-President GERTRUDE PARKER Treasurer GEORGE PREUCIL Secretary JEANNE WHITE Second Semester E. F. HURT KATHRYN CLARK P. W. BROSSMAN MADGE LINKE One H undo-cd Thirty-five . .:xg:J., ., Jr ,"'1L3l"-,..v W .. 1 f W TN' Y "ffl-14145 W5fU1v11io.v::fL7x::g.g.,zLq1rg:. ,-L..5.g1zg1:1, '.LLL,,g11gg,1,1,f,..-4,411:Af,,',g:51A tg 113:53 15-5. f 1 19 ! Xl!! Y 'V ,VINE If ' x -Nr u""'l' U Xl' W f X 1 R ' ' ri 1 N v 9? . , , Q of . n"4f?uJjwf'f-' "wtf, -. "J, ft 'f-R'."'4,f'1 f ,' V, R' ,. ,, . 1. --A,-o1.f-.f.,-f.:r,,. J, . ,., Q ll 'J ,.--'.-f'v . I 1 A , 1 .V- A fi Sffm'-' V , eb .'0"--,ff-"W ff.-x'1'7. H f. v 1 W 1 5 Av ' N. f-ff ,rv Q -5- A .. , IOQIV--fu-, 5x'5"j7?1'Twiv 7ls"7i'v, rufprvill sm'-'H 325 iqwivi-1.v1-T'.Fg.'gTSiY3 ' ' xv we ' e s' xf,.N,,,,,f ' f H A 1 in -01, Ny! ' ily! af-N, Freshman Class Offlcers wif: iiilfjr . QQIFPZ QQ' ,iftf wg F521 "gf IEEE I-3313+ 5791 'Wm V? X I L 4.311 7 EQ: EZ? Q53 if-331 A - WQQJQ Ikflflz f 'X' Q- 1:13:75 -Gig. -SPA' 5 JN ' fri " U, A205 'I S ' W cw E? Q61 M N ee e J :ge 01533 G' 523 s ' Q M- Fzrst Semester Second Semester 5,5 ' IQ? r President 53,3 R. E. DICKINSON N. F. BLESSUM C63 fE',1lJ ' . . TT? ifwx Vzce-Preszdent 5355 1 , 'Z'- lkg, ETHEL Hom ggi , fm. Treasurer 'ICU T. E. 'MCCANN ,ff S ff. 515 5 Secretary 225 l RUBY BUTTS HELEN HAYWARD 74 5 5 is ' if I ' :. 53' Q I if - :ss 95 ' 1 5 rw. YQ 2' - ' lf my :Qs - Z 7 ' fq QP I V - 1,7-.4 I 5,3- Qlff' W 2 6:1- ,vU'. 4 Qu gi' ' QQ I-Ui : E 6 QW, , Ni? r Pg ffm l 'eg clfiif , , , , :. Y fxw , Q5 riff' .19 SW? H9511 QQ fri I One Hundred Thirty-six ' E53 i A I id K. :LAL '1.?f3i'171'Y1-la-"firf:""'ffi557 ?33:ii,, f?iQLi'f7f' 'Al'ii,5'fu'fnf3'Iff:Qf"7 , Tm h 1 r i I I s ? J 3 3 Q ri gs if if E LlLL...LLLA,Z-... -.. H . 5779 NI O IIddT ity The Illinois Union I L VVi 1 ron! . ' 'PRESIDENT ' V . 'sr ,,.,, K N, ,i U. fx 1 A. -L f".4":""-rl,-.H-' A, v .. , K. ..1 :J 1 v. xx L. A w' V i . fffiff' iz:--zzjyfr 127 .L.3':1 gxjlx' If ,A .5 , U-L IO I ' ' ' I 'R " ' A, . ,, ,y" A K,vfl'.f ,qgggj Rpm eral. KEGG .ml rim, I M Emi . . 0 I.: W The Il11nO1s Umon Q Irelx? W2-D ffflfv' KENNETH L. WILSON, President CHALMER C. TAYLOR, Secretary HE? ':x3 . . 1 Q. kg- NEWTON V. ALISON, Vwe-Preszdent LLOYD MOREY, Treasurer ,577 :LISVQI Lfif-31 55955 ,EE BOARD OF DIRECTORS gm. Qfjf, KENNETH L. WILSON NEWTON V. ALISON H23 'mj' CHALMER C. TAYLOR LLOYD MOREY - .. HORAOE B. GARMAN OLIVER WILTON V541 1 ' Q,-H 121211 WAYNE R. BENNETT IEW 4-W5 WW an ...T ig F532 we .1 4f . 1 1.55.3 PROE. J. M. WHITE CARL STEPHENS fi' 5151 . ffgxfi' 1 'KF V- FACULTY I f-1 HU! ! PROF. J. M. WHITE DR. FRANK SOOTT g':k.'il ' L-A ' ' V, 1 'pw Q! THE CABINET 3 fflzf :aw I Senior Members 7 235 ' 2' ' . 246 E64 5 W. S. ARRASMITH OWEN BLOODGOOD ffmxig J. E. HANSEN I. B. GOBLE YQ! 'gil P. A. WILLIAMS A K5 'Sn' rl Junior Members ' Si ,, . gpg M. W. KRAMER R. P. SHONKWILER Q52 R. F. LOVETT P.' S. LORD Q ws! J. D. CANNON K. W. CLARK 'J 'D W. A. A. ARNOLD L. C. SALZENSTEIN . "N X Lfge J. F. MARTINO R. L. GORDON Q5 gli! V 1459. Cie ' HD. '53 Student Council ' L? niiii Vis? S. D. OWEN N. V. ALIsoN gf i-fi Q! E. M. CRANDELL D. K. MALCOLMSON A QQ? G. EW. Koen K. L. WILSON .pw i F. W. VOGT C. O. APPLEGRAN Qfoj FF 1 0. N. WILTON J, S, MQHR 4,72 ' J. H. POWELL S. W. BLISS 4 Igor.: C. C. TAYLOR R. O. METZLER .am E. L. COVEY A. S. ROBINSON 1.55 H241 ' 1 1 . A--cg wr 15:-H. W :Hg , V QQ. Qi 5 P W' - H V Y One Hundred Thirty-emht y ff' 7- .,.-. 4, 'T-,. yi'-jp ff v gym 'kg' ffm? ""'5- ' ' xi,-.jr ' .f1,f,-,ff5lr:wg,iI4,,M V V1-'il' rv ::,. ff H ' -v,,,5,y5., A, f, W ' w:',,':,,f N N --'1 , XRU11 "f':" 4333,-M.-' cffygil ' ' f7'f1'-l, .5-s'fIE'fi F 1'3" l'I14H1m. ' :In ' "W"-2, n, V ' My X -"gh " gf Q-"'.,1II','ALv V. V Eff if X C 'r-HZ. .ILC-xr W',f,' ul--H 22 f ' '- -A arm. , , Y-- fs -V. 1 - .1V --W N xiii --., fb' gn! --.,, fr--if M 'f.L,f1"f . U3 Cgifqig CQ-Inj! 'LI-TW! OW," r'ijfu'5 kQF""i1' axlrsyqj fgiw -qiffpl V. 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' f'-".-fjy,-,3,1Y1',Xgfyyf, ,lf-,k:,A, , -fu g,sv1,,X1f-1,fk--PHIL, . . .. .13-V,',3L1rlf9jJlfg,?1rf,? xv 11551. .x,, ,,j'a,-,451,,E -.1-kg.,-I. . r'Jn-pX, u.',,, "' 441 "'H',"'Q..- fv'8w,--. 'Any- -2LfQ1:,:c4 .fExw-- fp , "'-Ulzfgif-:711'A''fyfffx' ,rQf'A'153: L1 ,-A-126113 SRG, .mi 1 I " -'--111' 'wjI'K1 .gf fig, ,, ,,..,,l, ,. '--- ,-.'-fx .wlx:.fQv,- , - Q4-Y-, I. U..-' OR. WLM! A7.,1,.q1,. ' -..--I ".. 'llx'A'..," - f X -'u,rw.1x-',.-by .,,,. 1' . :N I,-x',',uI-QM -,UN ,AL Q - v- Q .W -A.,-.+.--:,. .- .' - --N ., ,fm-x1, ' ' A 4 ,xl 1 Um! ' .. A, Nw 151 gm A ' One Hundred Fartll f wr rx 1 xxx. gfLz.'.,1'ff,14'- lp -5,2245--',1..t x 4-:L Jfzmzg. . '.:x,'v,1,-:::g1,.,.1..ga.,:-.14.UNL,r1gu1,:z,::KzIi:'f3J- 1 f Im V 1 f If ,,J'f'f 'Y1'j22',Q1 ' gf ull," ' ' ,'V-,yf- gf' fhf'-'-v-j' .-4 41,1-:.1, if-,MQxQfj'4'f'Jx."qg'l'7'3,-gf. N, . .ply I 'si ui g by "ul r 23543 551 fy, m "' 4,,,' 311 gy:-.f, 'Cfrri ,Ll T112 f 251 22133111 T123 ,QQ Qggffy ,if fy. ., , . ,, t HE , , . I, llinfi iii' - Jim 17.54 " F1117 f T1' J E12 iw -,W .VLH jhf, Pi aff '1 J' K Qlv-,fzj If :rjlxf V fl ,F 2" In fs"!f?f :i ,W . ,..,r 5 QL Xflf' j-,J Eilff 3 Efl fy! l 31mg 'lf Iifjifrl PHYS' l i". i we !P5'Qi,f ir- C25 V' - "- iljiflg. :QEQ 95f7fr r3,ff,ffl wiv '54, N Q l , ., an L 1 ,uf ytjfftil' bfi?-1' ji'-I If fgffifin MY fk1i'QN i MP Mgt-Q7 .. 5 ,v flffigfl! :z1QgnQ: 2- - Q aw Hi mg. 1715: 1 . 11, ,L 155221 QQQQJ .1 'Ll fi 7 r 1 l The Honor Commission FLETCHER, BARTON, JOHNSON, IQREBLE, INGXVERSEN, EMERY, POWELL JOHN H. POWELL, Chairman BURTON A. INGWERSEN ELMER T. JOHNSON, Secretary ROBERT S. EMERY ARTHUR L, BARTON ROBERT E. FLETCHER ROBERT S. PREBLE The Honor System was adopted at Illinois in the spring' of 1919, by the consent of the University Senate and the Council of Administration, and by a three-fourths affirmative vote of all the students then enrolled. It has been in successful operation for a year, and it may be said to have become a youthful tradition, which it is to be hoped will grow stronger and become more deeply rooted in the hearts and minds of Illinois men and women. Its future success depends upon the cooperation of the entire student body, the sympathetic passibility of the faculty, and the devotion to duty'of those elected to the Student Honor Commissions. JOHN H. POWELL. JR. One Ilundrcrl Forty-one ., , ',,- T. ,ww-. I ,v. Y..,,.,.. .... .. ....----. .. . .1 M, ,, 1... .4 . .1 -.1 JA.. .n 1 ji .H I.f4 i A . .H if-T 102128 f .1 f.. .411 fl . :J 11' 1' Q -I my 1- 11.1. 1O+- " gl.-S.-Lfj11,1:.igi4i21'5.1,.. Lxiil iCf1,1?. H - 1- 1' 11.5, 11L-..-2? 13- ,421 Pi3-1 12241131 3 r - A . . Lg-:,1vyi 4-f.-.11 Young Men s I r1st1an ssOc1at1On M, -' -- -11:1- 1111-'-114 . 521371 QQ.-15511 . EQFQQ1 EL.: . 1254241 1 1255-,' IU 1 gl-21' , 'k-, 'if 1 ':"V11'2 1 FEI-ff? Wil-'31 11370 Rh. V1.2-' IQW 111.1 -1 ijfgf-7' 1 '- ' 1. 1 1111911145 !!e'1f1-11 IIRTZQQQ 1-gzip -92131 539' 111,113,111 F1557 13 it-111 1143 1--:'31 D'-'Ji 15-2211 112122 1-5211 515-11 UIQ? F350 fgisifl E63 Lrg-'-if .1-2277 1.12 S' V!-S! S r ,111 ' Y 71.51 1.5.11 I E3 1, -V 1 -RQ 113551 Q51 5 Q1 15'VffqU ff YV 311 36- 1 K1 ,14 1..,fA,.A1 ?f"i 1 flfgf-'I ETH JI 1277 Ag. 1 !,,v1,1' 124 1 15591. ,ZCI-Hi 13-QQ? M15 fikgi 513 15 OFFICERS f ffff If 155' .Eff-if D. K. MALOOLMSON, President. HENRY E. WILSON, Secretary H ' . -ETL! fy? 3 R. S. EMERY, Vice-President '53, fig PROFESSOR IRA O. BAKER, Treasurer if ffffif ffkgqigi P331 IQDQQ ASSISTANT SECRETARIES 45313 C. D. HAYES M. I. COLDWELL lfgiigf H. W. COLVIN JAMES MACKENDRICK 55,-23 141.1 511' liflf-11,1 1'11 if 1 if-qg CABINET 155.513 1. '44 1 .22 H512 JOHN H. POWELL J. D. GIBSON W. L. MANNY 1123551 33511 L. L. HUNTINGTON ROBERT LOVETT THEODORE WE1ss 512:51 '1.g-19,1 R. A. DRYSQALE J. R. LULL A. A. ARNOLD 1,3-Q 51355111 NORMAN BEGOS R. L. POLLITT S. G. SMITH- fqggg Ti-gl. S. F. TOWNSEND 1f1',,1DI1f' H iffiwfgf 1 One Hundred Forty-two 1,225 ,mx fi'f'A H hr 4' 'us' rIa'x1a"::.: -.L 1210: .'..c..1 ..11.In., xzr 11. I. . 1. 1114 '.-4n1:.:.LL:xar1aaf.-M2121ilvlrf-.zr.1i1f ":A!L.l.-1 1:' .:,'::.:" ..xi:f Tu.. :.x"1:: "-' 1.1 :T "" ffffjflri' -1-r v v One Hundred Forty-tlwce lv ,YQ f V V g w X XfiP,"f1,l'-ifif A The Alumni Quarterly and Fortnightlzl Notes Thc Sami-Centennial Alumni Rccord l1'1Z7i- g ., nigpgiif. 4 The Alumni Association Established June 5, 1873 Reorganized and Incorporated in 1912 Records of Graduates and Farmer Studcnts Headquarters of the Illinois Alumni World To foster a spirit of loyalty and fraternity among the graduates and former University ol' Illinois and to effect united action in promoting the welfare of the University. GENERAL OFFICE, 358 Administration Building students of the GEORGE A. HUFR, '92 CARL STEPHENS '12 President Acting Secretary-Treasurer A EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE GEORGE A. HUFF '92 C. D. TERRY, '97 Champaign Pittsburg, Pa. R. S. WALLACE '91 T. A. CLARK '90 Peoria Urbana E. C. CRAIG '93 DR. S. C. STANTON '79 Mattoon Chicago R. R. CONKLIN '80 New York, N. Y. The moment a student leaves the University he comes into the sphere of the Alumni Association. He looks to it for help in finding other graduates, for help in organizing Illini clubs, for any information whatever about the vast Illinois family scattered all over the world. The Alumni Association arranges the reunions and other alumni affairs at Commencement, compiles and publishes the Alumni Quarterly and Fortnightly Notes fincluding' the war directoriesj, The Alumni Record, and in- dexes of thousands of Illini who did not graduate and a separate file of the 5,000 in the war. The officers of the Association are on the third floor of the Administration Building, where all visiting Illini will always find a hearty welcome. - One I1 undrcd Fortu-four , ig-Vg--,:1'p: .ing 111 .: V , .,l -I , 4, , I . - I I , v l'f,wl l 7 .,,fvI . lu I I -, 7- V, - A .1 I A c The Alumni Quarterly and Fortnightly Notes The Semi-Ccntcnnzkzl Alumni Record 1fJ:2'1f-f' 1 fvzlgz ,lim l ,- .Ml V i The Alumni Association Established June 5, 1873 Reorganized and Incorporated in 1912 Records of Graduates and Former' Students Ilcadquarterx of the Illinois Alumni World To foster R spirit of loyalty and fraternity among the graduates and former students of the University of Illinois and to effect united action in promoting' the welfare of the University. GENERAL OFFICE, 358 Administration Building PUBLISHERS OF THE ALUMNI QUARTERLY AND FORTNIGHTLY NOTES CA. Q. F. NJ , PUBLISHE ON 4 - The Alumni Quav'tw'l11 TEENTH br Filildgrnbrnriiciilvi Fortnielwlzl Notes pounded 1907 OCTOBER 1 TO JULY 15, INCLUSIVE, . Founded 1913 EXCEPT JUNE 15. i Combined in 1915 as the Alumni Quarterly and Fortnightly Notes. Member of Alumni Magazines, Associated. CARL STEPHENS, '12-Editor and Acting Manager. THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL ALUMNI RECORD FRANK W. SCOTT '01--Editor "When men live in woods and forests," said Sydney Smith, "as is the case, of course, in remote American settlements, it is the duty of every man to gratify the 143'- inhabitants by telling them his name, place, age, ofiice, virtues, crimes, children, for- tune, and remarks." - The graduates of Illinois living in all kinds of settlements all over the world have gratified the inhabitants in accordance with Sydney's remark, ,by telling these facts and many others in the SEMI-CENTENNIAL ALUMNI RECORD The book contains 1230 pages and a dozen illustrations, detailed biographies of 9350 holders of the bachelor's degree, 771 with advanced degrees, 47 honorary alumni, , 109Atrustees, 1029 members of the faculty. It also contains the annals of the University, including the doings of' the 1 Ji alumnig a historical sketch of the first fifty years, written from the point of view of '. ' . student and alumnusg a list of Illini in the warg a geographical index telling where ii .-'A who is, and interesting tables about alumni kinships. ig 1 This Record of its Alumni forms the principal chapter in the history of the 'lil first half century of the University. I One H undrcd Forty-five l i.,g.,..- .-L..r-.1:.1.,.iv,z::4.51 ,.u.i1ig.,1J1v,1.,i3ru,'.,Al.u...,r:.:3.a'sf-5..7l1.-.gil 3f2,f-'- --uf l .Z-wil! ,I ,l 'X V7 V" ,,:',,v, 1Y.n,, , 'jim''1V1,,i,W1,1'+'flV',,:i".1' I -shvhyy ,I W F-11,111 XM. K 5211- 4 Lvl-l1,E'lI lllfiq' .A 1'-:XAL-3tf4fE':fE5Q5Qll.F"!xI.ffi:fir-uf,-E,-1."J 3' li '-' A ' One llzmdrcd Forty-six One H undrcd Forty-seven I V , One llumlrvfl Forty-eight l .l' .l Y V. l. ., V " meliflf' H if i iiiie,-W i - Ili", ii 1 ' ' ZW' .if-gl' I' bi, , lifyif ii' rf .1 o 0 I he V 1ctory Homecommg iw 'F'-'I'-n-'-'I-'I-"-H-"-"-""'-"-'I-It The Victory Homecoming of 1919! Never l THE PROGRAM H in the ten years since the first return of the ix ' Illini tribesman has there been such a gather- if FRIDAY! OCTOBER 31 H ing on the old hunting ground: never have il 1:30 P. M.-Senior Hobo Parade- gi there been happier meetings, or more thrilling if 'l X 2130 P- M--SODH-Fr0Sh SCPRDS-S0l1th Cam- il tales df valorous deeds: never have the war- , ii 7:00 P. Mgiyicflory Mass Meeting-Gym whoops of the returning counselors rung out In .4 ii Annex. ii more exultantly or with more deadly effect' and sun i sgoo- P. M.-co-ed comeback Carnival- H h t I to th t .b ' h gfmwi 5 I Wdmmvs Building- H never as grea er gory come e 1-1 c t an is 3 ll I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 H that brought by the stout-hearted young braves iffjf- ' 9:00 A. M.--jlnformal're-union and registra- " of Zuppke in their massacre of the Stagg-men of ii""'if ll 11:00 ' Ai MffxilgmolsCgRfg3at?6':10ms1'S D eak- li Chicago, on November first. From battlefield ig? 'SV H 9115: Govcyngpl Loyvdgn and Act.. L and camp, from prairie and mountain, from town 'fi-5.57 Premdcnt Kmleyi-Audltor' .1 and country-side, after two years of exile, the tf,i3. ii 2:00 P. MEFootbaill.lghicago vs. Illinois- T tribesmen came to mingle again with their li ' inois ie . , , . . . ml. i' 7:00 P. Mgrteceplviion and Music-Illinois " fEL'l0'1L:?:x":LZ' cgF"gat32 dfcds yo? to lik, , , F mon i ooms. i H . o re- ive or u 'ratermty re-unions and banquets. f 1, ' f h f th - 1 7:30 P. M.-Woman's League Reception for .K ew me cms 0 go den days of youih' Thiy A... Ll Alumnae and Wives of Homecom- I came by the hundreds, many bringing their Q.. fi 10 00 P Mersb-Womargsadlfuildingll H H , squaws. a few their papooses, with them. .,' : . .- ances- r cys, o ege a i ii Q and Gym Annex' ii Not even the disirruntled weather-man could H SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 H blight their ardor, and when a week of sullen in wig H 9:45 A. M.-tzwar Memorial Scrvice-Audi- rain and a dogged drizzle for the opening pow- fmm' ' wow on Friday, October 81st, failed to dampen gli aiu-In-nina-1n1lu--ls-u-ns1lu1un1n1ll1ln1n4 the Slliflt of Vicl-0l'Yl l-hc Old man HaVe UD in ' , H n if despair. On Saturday afternoon, just before the great massacre, old Sol broke through the clouds to smile his approval and wish the Indians success. 1.5.-'ref Against all this, what chance had the Maroons? , . Q' l 1 'liglgi From Friday morning until Saturday night the home-comers were carried along on a hurrah pro- .xiljli gram which lacked neither spice nor variety, but which reached the ultimate in attainment and earthly iQ-.jii joy to most of 18,000 shouting onlookers. with the vengeful come-back of Bob Zuppke's bucks in the .fi-Q annihilation of the ancient enemy of the Illini tribe. to the sweet tune of 10 to 0. 931. ,Qglgi Well had the young warriors prepared for the homecoming. The victory spirit was in the air, and Orange and Blue battle flags proclaimed the tidings from every shop and dwelling in the University area, while colorful "Victory Pillars" stood at attention along the leafy avenues leading to the campus. Qgiif The tcnseness of expectancy gripped young and old, from the most callow ex-'22er, just returned from Iggy , the War, even to Governor Frank 0. Lowden. who heard the call of the Illini and came to lend his encouragement. It ls not for us to tell of the stirring realization, of the shouting masses in the streets, of the parade of Harding's greatest college band as it led in "Loyalty," of the aerial-bombs which burst iilftf overhead, sending the pennants of the rival tribes floating off in space until they disappeared over distant ilfi? Uni Hall. 12125 But when the last whistle had blown, the victorious Illini. true to the best traditions of the tribe, broke KQM- over the field, and the frenzied eelebrators were swallowed up into a seething and writhing victory- singing snake dance, until the space overflowed. Then, led by the band, the happy throng pushed through 'xiii the gates, down Burrlll avenue, passed staid Uni Hall, finally ending up before the steps of the Audi- torium, where Governor Lowden. President Kinley, and Rep. W. B. McKinley added their notes of triumph. Their enthusiasm still unsatiated, the cheering-mass thronged back to Illinois Field, where an optimistic committe had provided fireworks, and where the flames of the counsel fire were already ,211 sending their message of victory to the sky. And the shouts and songs of the victors continued. x',-,f.- Softly night east its spell over old Illinois Field: the victory flames burned themselves out, the ,Epi exultant war-whoops of the tribesmen were less frequent, and as the last of the flares lighted the field . il i of battle in grotesque silhouette, the gentle harmony of "Hail to the Orange" floated back from the groups of contented Illini who betook themselves homeward for the love-feasts. A 'lift '-:shi :Pill fLfE?'i Om: Hundred Forty-nine . iS:flf721Xl1Lri.i.:,1r 1 v, gig" ' "".,.:7115',.. 1' Q.. xr nut. L x' :ru :yung.:u.::gU'-Nfl-"lH1!21g::.L' lizrnqrlx. .xiii , '.' ::Jr,.,. 51, f Q - Homecoming Committees GENERAL EXECUTIVE. HAROLD BOESCHENSTEIN, Chairmlm. J. A. Inxzwersen, Harry G. Zimmerman, M. M. Hart, Austin Fox, T. H. McC01'macck, E. L. Simmons. FINANCE-Joseph S. Mohr, Clznirmung Harry Haake, V. L. Krannert, John E. Burke, F. M. Poole, A. C. Becken, Jr., P. A. Niebergall, H. V. Snyder. ACCOMMODATIONS-Robert S. Emery, ClLairn1a11,' H. K. Allen. Kenneth W. Clark, R. P. Shonk- wiler, John H. Powell, Jr., Fairchild Doty, P. R. Melangton. ' PROGRAM-Chester W. Cleveland, Chairman: Carleton Healy, Robert A. Drysdale, A1 A. Dailey, Edward C. Sternaman, Robert I". Lovett. PUBLICITY-Stewart D. Owen, Clmirmanp H. M. I-Iodpzson. Ray A. Washburn, George E. Milner, Robert C. Preble. C. N. Henson. MIXER-J. C. Schnellbacher, Chairman: James I". Martino, W. R. Bennett, George H. Mugge, Harry W. Gibson, C. C. '1'ap:-scott, Clarence S. Wright, Harold P Bell, Shelby D. Himes. STEERING-Carl Stephens, Cll.lll:I'Nlll'llf B. H. Smith, Jr., Robert H. Davis, Ray C. Haas, E. E. Wagner, R. E. Winkleman, H. 13. Garman. DECORATING--William S. Arrasmith, Chairman: Ralph A. Carlsen, Rodney E. Spangler, E. M. Crandell, Scott C. Greene, Tom E. Kennedy, Michael E. Tkach. ENTHUSIASM-C. C. Taylor. Chairman: A. L. Barton, R. O. Metzler, Clifford Howe. Stephen A. Wilson, O. M. Burns, F. W. Meyer. - THE TROPHIES-1"or the Best of the Hobos and Carnival Bunch. One Ilumlred Fifty One' llumlrcd Fifty-one w f X 1 l X , , . ' 1 , , k ' One Hundred Fifty-two 1' 1 1' 1 L- , ' 1 ' 1 , ' Hx' 1.7 4 , iif Q 117 x 1f13J' 1 I . , M- I., , ,J V! 1-fff vfufslg '-A A M N, L.-:.-LW. If-2 I f . E-X .L ' i. . .,, , ,Xu QW:-E5 'K-231 L -,Qt ffli' W -y ' 14 ll- -My ,L A' X. mqli L Li 15413. UEF'nf1 I ,Wiz f AQ-bl? V f .1 IN ati, -fi xkifiw " 0 W' -1, Km Qi' , . 'ix ' T 'sill VSNEE ','..-V mini' x 51 'lf ':E llc-'j 3: LL:-H 1.-J' 9.1 iizxi' ' 6. .ull 24 QU A97 E 'Wi '5' S iq 1, LGI-L 41? i R551, Qr-x:, 452.5 5412? fg..:,j 1215111 .FLA Arf fun' NH K. .11 fx: Qi E 'Il Q., yr I, fp',' gf H' - ,gg Iclfif' -A 'L M1 if n ,'v-' 'ii 1.512 H -','g. f, ll 1 us 4311 ilfffii ai, y Q2 1 , fy 1,1 - 5,-,!1:4!', +g,.'-4 4.-.f HIM' x One Hundred Fifty-three ,.,gL.51..,L,,,x.,L12Q:',.-,311 Y 1 1 , ',,,,L-..',.,u,1.1m KL v 'A 1' fl X ' ' V , I X , , 4 "'- 13,4 gf ' :L 'nm 'A' fu-,J uf 7 'ffl'-'?f.1.gXf lf 11 1 If A 'K' fu I H f ' ' J ,. . ,v . Q.L::,,, 1, U . .nw :fl ' 1 ,- i 5 1 Q iiilfib ' ' ii.1.i'I'fP V' THE SENIOR HOBO PARADE. The seniors opened the "oflicial" program with the now almost traditional Hobo Band Parade. Led by the "League of Nations jazzaway band," some 600 'bos. answering to almost every con- ceivable description, but most of them pretty shaggy-looking. shuffled or were carried through the University district. George Ade, Purdue '87, but even more famous as the perpetrator of such as "The College Widow," "Fables in Slang" and "Leave it to Jane" was invited over to head the committee of judges. I-Ie described the .shambling array of assorted disreputable specimens as a Uphantasmagoria of tatterdemal- ions," but he didn't explain what that meant. Anyway there was a Stagg Victory Special, a lot of bums. foreign and domestic, real and camou- Ilaged, some Indians, and a flock of policemen, ballet-dancers. washer-women, and other things described better by pictures than by words. Gov. Lownmv AND ACTING Pmcs. KINLEY THE SOPH-FROSH SCRAP. The 'bos led the way to the South Campus where blood-thirsty. sophomores and freshmen waited impatiently for a chance to get at each other in a series of scraps, designed to perpetuate a virile tradi- tion without the dangers of the old cane rushes, pushball contests and sack rushes. It was the flrst time siace 1916, and the battles, which consisted of tugs of war, pull over the line scraps, boxing and wrestling, supervised by upperclassmen, answered the requirements of safety. yet they SH-tlsfied the animal. instincts of the paint-smeared warriors, and the spectators shouted their approval. A lot of perfectly nice young boys were all bloodied up but no one was badly hurt. And when the final reckoning came, the frosh led by the narrow margin of 76 to 60 points. THE VICTORY MASS MEETING. The pep session on the eve of the game broke all past records. Almost 7,000 hopeful Illini jammed their way into the Gym Annex, and before the meeting was well under way, Chicago was doomed. The appearance of "Slooie" Chapman '15, captainpof the 1914 champions, all-American guard, and war hero, as he hobhled forward to give a few words of encouragement was the signal for a bombard- ment of cheers which caused the Annex to tremble for its safety. Congressman W. B. McKinley followed. and George Ade won the vociferous approval of the thousands when hetsaid he represented Purdue in expressing "a fervent wish that Illinois shall defeat Chicago." By that time- the crowd was more than ripe, and when Bob Zuppke snapped out his song of hate, enthusiasm burst its bounds, and the crowd punctuated his remarks with thundered "amens." By the time "Zup" had finished. Governor Lowden had arrived on the scene and the crowd turned loose a big "seven for Lowden." then gave its attention to the Governor's words. Tug Wilson, president of the Illinois Union, presided, and "G" Huff lent his moral supporthon the speakers platform, though he begged off on a speec . Gsonoa Ana One Hundred Fifty-four ': .. 1 ,gym g , . . .Q I 'H ' n .1 . ,i I , , ,r .T J .A ',-, 1' ' M21-. 'W' L Q . 'I .vu xi,-,yr 4 X ' xr I , ' I IO ' NH tif' ., ,g.. 1K I H 1 '4 ' 1 f -M X 1 N 1 I V , , 'N 1 ,,,. 14-vw' x 1 ..,,x V 1 wwwww In . -1nu1J':3kx.:,pfU' 'I ' ' VU,-' ,,'. 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Y 4 Om' Ilunrlrucl l"ifl14-six Om: 1 1 4 A i If 2 A M H A., f J.-, lllHI1lI'l'll l"if111-s1'm'n V I THE CO-ED COMEBACK CARNIVAL A Home-coming innovation, designed to bring the old boys and the young together in an evening of fun, was the Co-ed Comeback Carnival created through the women of the Univer- sity. A fete, a mardi gras, a carnival all in one, the function was a riot of laughs and color which played to an overflow throng of merry makers in the Woman's Building and Morrow Hall, after the mass meeting. A "forty-niner" dance, a girls' stunt show, some male "Mack Sennett bathing beauties" and a cabaret cafe were, accented, and fortune-tellers, African dodgers, nigger babies, vaudeville acts, and red lemonade were in evidence. The carnival livened up all three floors of the decorous co-ed edifice, and the happy, pushing, fun-seeking crowd was still going strong when "Pop" Wilce, the campus cop, futilely strove to shoo it away when midnight came. Homecomers and undergraduates gave instant approval with the hope that the carnival will be repeated on an even larger scale next time. Thus Friday came to an end. THE ALUMNI RE-UNION After several hours of registration and informal gath- erings in the Illinois Union rooms on Saturday morning, the alumni were called to the Auditorium, where Governor Low- den and President Kinley were the speakers at an extraordin- ary re-union-a meeting which sounded the keynote of a new policy for the University. George Huff, president of the Alumni Association, presided. Governor Lowden's address was a summons directed at college men for leader- ship in Americanism and service. He decried the all too frequent lack of active interest on the part of university-trained men in affairs of state and in civic and it overnment To this he pointed as an obligation which the state may commun y g . l u I . i properly expect to be fulfilled by those who enjoy the advantages of its higher training. HSLOOEYH CHAPMAN "WERE LOYAL 'ro YoU ILLINOIS" In a stirring appeal, President Kinley asked the alumni for active support of the University upon specific mes. "The Unversity has arrived at the stage in its career when it has urgent need of the co-operation and help of all former students. Active, positive, fighting help is 1 needed of you. We have at present 7,400 students at Urbana, 700 more at Chicago, and we assume that this great increase is evidence that our work has been well done in past years, and we are content. "While the increase in the number of our students is gratifying, yet this very increase has created a des- perate situation. The number of dollars appropriated by the state has not materially increased in the past eight years, and each dollar has lost about half of its purchas- ing power. The number of students has doubled. We cannot continue as a first-rate institution without a big increase in revenue. "We do not ask you to contribute money. But there are other things that we do ask you to do. You must preach the gospel of the state University in every highway and byway of this state. You must inform the citizens of our needs and enlist their support. When the time comes you must go to the law-makers of the state and acquaint them with our serious situation. You must go to the legislators not as supplicants, but as those determined on having the support necessary for a work worth doing."-Acting President Kinley in his Home- coming address to the alumni. "G" HUFF One Hundred Fifty-eight ::.l...s. , . ,. ,.,':.i,u 1 g 1 ,Q V, I, ,V ,syx -1 ,,.,.- ',fl,4, ' . '- pf." .. A LQ-J? f 1,-J , fy ! fi 'YN g'.5jw!, :-Af 5,324 11-31-'3 clip! an--Vx' 1- lv! 0?-" 4Qi'g.,:' ,, 'Tr 15 'ZW Y Q. G3 if "' if 31311 -.ml f' -If ' ,N ITQTH 2-E il 45251 I'w51'1' ' '-wi 6731 S1 5 U-ki AV Q iQ F11 qs 'ig W wil H QT ' llflf f ' ' 311512 ' 1072 l N: .x REE' FT El ix ki ii! 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Slowly we became convinced that if we were to save the democratic principle and to maintain the form of government which we ourselves established on that principle. we must do our share to prevent the success ol' the forces of autocracy. . . Objectors were swept aside by a wave of popular feeling. and the great mass of the people of the greatest democracy of the world, disregarding argument, forgetting dis- putes, passing by logic, rushed into the conflict. . . . To the echo of the tramp of the millions of Europe was added the echo of the tramps of the millions of America. The young men of our nation. with full realization of the great pe1'sonal cost involved. swept aside all barriers to their participation in the fight, gladly left behind them all that was dear, and turned their faces toward the rising sun to bear a hand in saving for the world a belief in the eternal truth of the rights of peoples to govern themselves. to meld their lives in accordance with the spiritual,and moral principles in which they themselves be- lieve. and within limits. to assure to each group and each individual, freedom of purpose and freedom in the choice of means to attain those purposes .... "Of the thousands who went from our industries and schools and colleges and from every walk of life into the service of their country for this great cause. notable was the band that went from the University of Illinois. The band was notable not only in numbers but for the diversity and quality of the service which its members gave. and notable. too, because of the great loss which came to us when one hundred and eighty-four of our Illini family laid down their lives in the service of their country .... "And so I come to the list of our dead. The list, as I said, numbers one and I am going to take time to read those names which will be immortal in our Truman Obet Aarvig Alvin James Adams Charles P. Anderson Michael Louis Angarola Edward Kent Armstrong Alan Newton Ash John Willard Bailey Harold John Barnes Lloyd K. Bartholomew Lowell Wilson Bartlett Bohuslav Bartos Frank Allyn Benitz John S. Benneholf Merrill M. Benson Edwards Hall Berry Arthur Lewis Beyerlin Benjamen H. Bloebaum Irving Jerome Bluestein Vinson R. Boardman Arthur Lee Bonner Marcus H. Branham George Ray Brannon William E. Brotherton Bayard Brown Waldo Reinhart Brown Harold C. Buchanan John E. Burroughs Charles Brown Busey Charles Edwin Caldwell William J. Callahan Jay Ira Carpenter Leslie G. Chandler Minor Judson Chapin Dean Chase Harry Leslie Clayton Paul M. Clendenen Frank Maynard Colcord Carl Conrad Linn Palmer Cookson Willis Hugh Cork Bruce Nutter Culmer Robert Marshall Cutter Homer W. Dahringer John H. Dallenbaeh Byron W. Daugherty Theodore F. Demeter Townsend Foster Dodd David Woods Dunlap James Edward Durst John Vincent Dushek Albert C. D'Vorak William F. Earnest Adrian Clair Edwards Elmo Krehl Eson Emory C. Farver James Alva Gain Francis M. Gaylord William M. Geuther Lloyd Havens Ghislin Ralph Egley Gifford Orlando M. Gochnour Isaac VanTyle Goltra Thomas Goodfellow George P. Goodman Algernon D. Gorman Otto Benton Gray Edward Forbes Greene Robert Marion Greene Julius Elmer Gregory C. H. Gundlock Charles L. Gustafson George P. Gustafson Chester Gilbert Hadden Frederick Hadra Milo Lincoln Haley William J. Hamilton John Connor Hanley Howard Henry Hardy Everett L. Harshbarger Calvin W. Hesse James Barr Hickman Jackson E. Hirschel John A. Hirstein Cyril George Hopkins Leonard C. Hoskins Peter Marion Huisinga Allen Kirk Hyde Ralph Imes Grant R. Ireland Lenton Willis James Hubert Jessen Joseph Henry Johnston "They have answered their last roll call. They service of eternity."--David Kinley. acting President One Hundred Sixty-five .,,,. .,.-,..... ,nw . . ,i I "l, s.,l1. Archibald F. Keehner Otis Herbert Kirehert Elmer A. Kirkland Robert Dudley Kirkland Bayard Taylor Klotsehe Lynn Elmer Knorr John Carl Kramer Oscar Edwin Landsea Edgar Alfred Lawrence Theodore E. Layden John Charles Lee Raymond G. Leggett Everett R. Leisure Lester Roy Lewis Wilfred Lewis John Royer Lindsay Robert Lewis Long Samuel B. Luser Clare P. McCaskey Louis D. McCaughey Isaac F. McCollister Leo Glenn McCormick Joel Fumas McDavid John McDonough William H. Mandeville Lewis V. Manspeaker Leo J. Mattingly Donald Meade Dean Ellsworth Memmen Alexander Val Mercer Russell Micenheimer Milton Miles Donald Joseph Miller Leo C. Miller Wayne Kenneth Moore Alfred Thorpe Morison Guy Edward Morse William Earl Mosher Charles Sol Narkinsky John Lowrie Needham Ralph Matthew Noble Thomas Olazagasti Edwin August Olson Raymond Webb Parker Miles M. Parmely Lloyd Melvin Parr hundred and eighty-four, history : Clyde Fugate Pendleton William C. Peterson Louis Irving Phillis James Blaine Phipps Erie Frederick Pihlgard Horatio Nicholas Powell Hugh Mitchel Price Benjamin James Prince Ray W. Purdun James Kenpt Reed Lawrence Scott Riddle John W. Sackett Harold C. Schreiner Harold Stein Seibert William Joseph :Sense A. Vernon Sheetz Carl Lee Sherman Sidney 0. Siegel Bruce Lucius Sizer Clarence Walter Smith Philip Overton Smith William Everett Smoot Reginald G. Squibb Otto Staeheli Charles Leslie Sturkel R. D. V. Stitt Harry Henry Strauch Harold H. Sutherland Dean Elery Swift Alexander S. Tarnowski John Lawrence Teare Ralph Waldo Tippet Norman James Tweedie Charles Arthur Wagner Elliott Pyle Walker Edward Wallace Burt H. Ward Mannierre Barlow Ware George Lynn Weaver Hiram H. Wheeler William E. Wheeler. Jr. George Edward Wilcox Lloyd G. Williams Frederick H. Winslow Warren C. Woodward Harold Young are mustered out from the service of time into the oi' the University. at the War Memorial Service. ' ' i x 4 1 , , One Hundred Sixty-six . I, I xv I fvx, V!! A .X , 4: 1-'-1: A ,iai -- fl 3232 wg if .. I ' 'f 1 x ,4 - fafflpfxgfid 3- 2 at A, .4-A no Q ,. M- ' vs .Y 1 :tj ga, Mi... ,i J 5 ' x ,l 1'f'v"V:'f'A- :Qg 9, H 1,2551 -1.4.1 1' 'Q Q , 4 , U1f" , r I One llzmdrvrl Siarty-sfvrn L 1 .Q F f xx H X X br ' '1 jf f if N J 444 14 lt 4 4 4.4 ,X ,,' .J , 4 IT , 4 4 r 4 ' 11 -Q-.-fzwll' 4 4, -il' Li: - wry. . D..lv - ':.7.-- ' K' ,7 - -- -H---i-J'-1 N, r, W-1.--W-4-4 f- Fi fi iff 147-:T 'f www- Qs"vF- ,L . 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I i 49 is C 1 1 all W A- f' lnterscholastic Bringing with it an atmosphere of vivid, refreshing color, the May Fete ushered in the first post-war Interscholastic on the warm spring evening of May 15. A crowd which lilled the bleachers and overflowed onto the green slopes of Illinois Field, welcomed it back to its traditional yearly prominence, and the pon- derous cogs of the University ceased to grind while scarlet and mauve-gowned women led men's fancies to a sunny japanese garden. Milada Krametbauer, as the Sun, was finally wooed from hiding amid the rejoicing of the people and took her place at the head of the company for the dance of the Sun Rays, the most impressive ceremony of the evening. Friday began an ideal two days for the high school athletes. Conceived in 1893 by E. K. Hall, then director of athletics at the University, the importance of Interscholastic week has grown with each succeeding year until it has attained the foremost position in its Held. Several hundred boys participated and all events were hotly contested, although no new records were made. In the final rush Oak Park bucked the field of Class A for 48 points, while Univer- sity High carried off IQ points of the Class B meet. An Oak Park boy, Coffin, was awarded the Ma-wan-da shield as the best all around athlete. The meet was highly successful and au- thorities believed that once more a goodly crew of prospective freshmen had been initiated into the advantages which the Uni- versity offered. FRANIC HURLEY A special feature of tlle week H, CHAPMAN Circus Manager Interscholastic Manager One Hundred Sixty-'nine was the review of the Uni- versity Brigade by Major General Leonard Wood on Friday afternoon. The drill Field was flanked on all sides by the flags of the Allies, and a salute of thirteen gun s welcomed General Wood to the University. Planes from Chanute Field circled overhead during the review, and the big band toned in the atmosphere for the military setting. "I have been very much pleased with the review," remarked Gen- eral Wood as he rode back from the Armory, "and I am sincerely glad to say that the boys made a very good showing." Wisconsin was scheduled to bring her track and base- ball teams on Friday afternoon, but for some reason the track team failed to arrive. It was decided to hold the diamond contest anyway and the Illini trounced the visit- ors soundly, 9 to 4. On Saturday afternoon the Indians made a clean sweep on track and diamond, winning the meet by QI to 43, and the game by the score of II to 4. Friday and Saturday nights Mask and Bauble pro- duced Harry Leon Wilson's "His Majesty Bunker Bean." Competent critics declared that it was the most finished piece of acting ever put on by Illinois students and to judge from the crowded houses to which they played at the Illinois Theatre, the bulk of the people thought the same. Fred Meyer and Frances Wine had the leads and Edgar Henning displayed a touch of genius in his char- acter portrayal of an old man. At last came Saturday evening. Of course everyone knew that it would eventually come, but it had been so long since anyone had seen the frosh carrying water for the circus elephants, that the time for the big event seemed doubly long in ar- riving. Long before dusk the crowd started swarm- ing out to Illinois Field, and by the time the Soro- rity relay race was won for Alpha Chi Omega, the football stands and the temporary bleachers were filled to capacity. just as the sun dropped from sight behind University Hall the parade. started. Clowns, tanks, gymnasts, cowboys, One Hundred Seventy acrobats, dancers, statues, automobiles, swim- mers, soldiers and a multitude of people and things so arranged and attired as to be abso- I lutely indescribeable, lumbered and ran around .i S' the cinder path on Illinois Field, while the 4 ' 'j crowd, watching them, forgot to, assume that ultra-sophisticated air which higher education 43,35 seems to demand, and only remembered- 1 somewhere in the forgotten past-a little boy, 1- ,A' '51 T .. .' - My -95:31. " with knee pants, a printed calico blouse and a - frayed straw hat peeling potatoes and driving huge stakes to pay his way into the big show. Then of 'a sudden the lights went on, the clowns frolicked, the tanks fought, the cowboys whooped, the dancers danced, the statues posed, the swimmers swam, the automobiles snorted and the soldiers drilled. One could see just a bit of the entire show. There was a thousand years of action jammed into an hour of exhibition, and it was too much for any normal person. Perhaps it was not as pretentious as some have been in the past, but it was a circus from start to finish-and that was what the people wanted. Many of the organization acts were cleverly worked out and executed. That presented by Sigma Chi was awarded first honors, largely due to the exceptional dancing of R. K. Young. It was styled, "Sahara Sarah, Scream of the Desert in Her Original Shimmie," and the act bore out the title in every detail, from glass beads and shredded wheat clothing to unexpected quivers and facial contortions of the beautiful Sarah and her slaves. Acacia's "Why America Wins," replete with doughboys, sailors and Red Cross nurses, was second. One organization took advantage of the "I Wanta Roam Club," to put on "The Burning of Rome," which portrayed the burning of the club's chapter house. "Six Simple Stone One Hundred Scvcnty-one , Jw . l V Stiffs" gave a statuesque interpretation of some campus celebrities, while john Barleycorn and Prohibition entered in for their share of recognition. C. H. Schooley and D. O. Howard were winners of the double clown act, one being the chauffeur and the other the patron of a dilapidated baby carriage. The soulmates, E. A. Sandler and O. J. Crews, drew second prize with a slap- stick burlesque on a lovesick couple. In the singles, H. K. Vreeland was judged best. He represented an untamed Zulu chieftain and, with bottle in hand and bells on his toes, he coaxed laugh after laugh from the big audience. I. W. Barnett, a clever extemporaneous performer, received second prize. As usual, the performance lasted longer than was expected, and only a part ofthe original audience saw the finale. Swimming Coach Ed Manley gave his farewell exhibition of the Leap of Death, and the usual number of ladies fainted. , It was a it ending forthe first post-war Circus, sending the onlookers home with the firm belief that they had witnessed a show which was the peer of any- thing Barnum and Bailey ever produced in their palmiest days. One Hundred Seventy-two .. ,.,, , , , v 3 1 1 we - . f -, .f M,- . qsl M, Ji. ,ia its M. ,i iii gli' m. ,., '1 ll to i 1 Vi iii ll.. ny. In' 11:2 il ,i.-V. :iii ri 1 ' . id.: gig. ,ru . 1,1 f ill 7 Qiff ly V .V M" ., . l,,, 'xii- if ,IH nl 1 NL' lil! l fi., it XS. .1 ' .55 1 li lit, la" M.: ,1. iq. hi l2?3 4 1' ' ifili .N 4. lifj il? -' lg.: lit 7.7 . Inj? it i L,,, .iA. ILC7' H75 Ll ' bf '44 .IV ll ev 1,2 . , f iii 44. fit? - M. V.: ,.- 'I' '. qi, dig lcif 51: il, .1 P.l'I .V .gy ill 1? 1.35. ffl, . W.. Mr- 4 l 4' 'I Lx r bfi. if 1 X F,1 '1 I' ,- affix IQQLEES HJMN , ,151 X A 1F51-'H ,UQ ,-:qi thgw fwifl :NMI ilffll Mil ?Qkl 'vigil fL lft? I' P! : if .wifi j. .11 Y??m Wi ' VA' " W1 1,1 ,2. u"Y14:i lifqjf qi ' , in ' "Jill Y.--Mx 'fi '21 rfy? I, ,' 'Y ,kc AU i 1 I, If VZ! T .Q if I. w I . I' Q 21- ' -WN Fifi ' :M .fLU .vfw 5.y -rf xx 1, Nl :fig ' prx:1 'ffh y-I-il, 4 L. U' 1 ff:l, , V! u'UU , 'ZA E Z tl 'fiifr f, ,xt C, .'. ,, 0 wU 142119 , . 1' 1, iff' lf' .412 1 ,W k,.f 1 Ham One H umlrcd Seventy-three N N, ,, y ' fx I ' .'I ' -1 ,xx v . 3 , w X , f ,fx 'f w ,-I One H undrcd Seventy-four One Hundred Seventy-five if Q . - .. ,J I N 2' 1 , m A 1 - 7,47 1 . 4 ,, . ,T i l I I 4 4 'F' I. a . - f . 2 1.- ff, 1 , - 7 9' . I .'r f . A 1 4 ,gk Lg .,v,w.A -U ..wL..,.f2,Q,g nik, x ,L L 4 Jfilvy I-I . iw? '. .'g'- .-Q My '-" ,-'9 V: 1 ' -- , -- A-rt Om' Ilzmdrccl Seventy-sim r 1 Bl I I -Y , '-3 AN 'SJ f-xm mif , X ff ax gf- 1 in v 1 W 4" K x 7 L, X WW SAM 5 E Nl ffH M Wlw'i 54 J Cn Women and the University ' my ALLENE GREGORYJ "Never let your studies interfere with your University course." Irony? Yes. One associates that timeworn jest with a particularly frivolous and unworthy type of student. "Never let your student activities interfere with your university course" seems platitudinously sound advice. Yet either adage alone misses the ideal of a liberal education. The young woman graduate goes out into a world that is for the first time in centuries beginning to take play seriously. Earnest people who had almost forgotten the meaning of re- creation are learning that for the health of the social organism they must seek and restore that play spirit which our fore- fathers neglected. Right play is active, creative, and therefore developmental. There is amusement enough to be had for money but few people know how to play. For four years this University has sought to teach its alum- nae to work intelligently and efficiently. But there have been other lessons not less important for her citizenship, In the Woman's League she has practiced self government. In her class organization, in social clubs and fraternities, she has learned to live happily and harmoniously as a member of a large group. In the Athletic Association she has found good sportmanship and the joy of healthy bodily activity. In literary societies, dramatics and musical organizations she has shared the high form of play that is artistic creation. At graduation the young alumna goes to her own place, a trained woman, a leader by right of superior opportunity. Whither will she lead? Let us hope, towards the realization of that Beloved Community which has been the guiding vision of good men since the world began, where joyful work and creative play have each their just part in a balanced social life. One Hundw cd Seventy-scvcn 1 'X 'Eh Z' plqll .Jp,.K A W0 MANS .Jr fr D LEAGUE 1- I I' " Q. "C njr t 1 ' P W Cr n-Pun. :- - l,-,. HAZEL CURTIS Pwsidcnt OFFICERS President, HAZEL CURTIS Vice-President, MARGARET RUTLEDGE Secretary, Dono'rHY LUMLEY Tfreasurer, VIRGINIA BOELLNER Senior Representatfkve, GLADYS FRASER Junior Representative, BETH Hour u One Hundred Seventy-eight Student Council of Woi11an's League Tup Home--coclllmx, KINSICY, wx-11.011, M.xl.l.0m', lillll-IM, s'rl:.xnl-tl., nl-:ST Svqoml Row'--I-'IH.1'z, CILICMIGANS, IIAIIN, 'l'lmNqlvl:-vr, o1:l'1vslcx', wixun, lilICH'l'l'IN, CIlAMlll'II!l.AIN Yflurd N010--MCCONNI-1l,l., Nicol.:-rr, M0l'l.Dl'1N, nm'l.1f:, A. cull-x:l4:l.1., n1'1'l.l-Ile. 'l'l4IIll'INl'l'Z, l"lLl-IIIICIIICKS, 1.142141 lfuurth Hom-11uN'x', Moxn-zu, Nx4:wAl,xN, I"lIASl'Ill, l,UMl.IiY, uulrrls, l:lr'r1.l-zmzlc, lK0l'1l,l.NlCll, 141-:NNl':m', x'.x1.l,u-:u, wA'r1' Fifth How--ANN-znsox, llI'I4'l-', nl-:I-Inv. SIIADI-I, I. u.xM1'1ul':l.l,, mum-zu, C. mvslr, 'I'li0RNSIll'I!liII The Senior Council Advisory to the Dean of Women Acmz, llmvll-mu-Iv, III-IAN MASON, CUIVFIS, DIXON, 1cx.u'II1-:Im-1 One Ilundrcd Seventy-nina The Classes SENIORS JUNIORS NEWTON ELDRIDGE Srvrvlarll Vim'-l'r1'feirlr'wt Ill-IEIJY DIXON DONOIIOE llixtorian l'r11sill1'1lt Tra'ux1n'1'1' The Honor Comm MOSS BEST Sf'r'ff'LfU'1l IIL-Marian STUBBS BUCKLER LOSEE 7'r4'auurcr I'rrsirlrnt Vim'-I'1'1'xiclcnl5 ission for Women HUCKLER, YVAIIIP, XVINIC, NICOLICT LUM LICY, MALLORY, IKUTLIQDGIC Chairman One Ilumlrcrl Eighty 1 1 1 1 .1. 1 1 vi 1'X 1 1 1 1 1 1. I 11 11. ,, 4. I 'I 1 1 1, l 1 1 1 V1 .'1 14- .1 1 1 1 11. ,1 1.1 f .71 3 .1 1. 1. 1 11 -1 M 1-1 One Hundred Eighty-ons One Hundred Eighty-two age, iw rr' EUNICE GAWTHROP WOman's Welfare Committee in organization. Executive Board Chairman, EUNICE GAWTHROP Secretary, EHRMA MEADE Treasurer, JOSEPHINE EDDY The General Committee Top Row-HOLMES, PINNELL, Txroxrns, NEXVTON, LYNCH, EssL1NcEn, 'rnonxsnuncu Second R010-LLEWELLYN, GANTZ, XVEISER, GREGG, I'IIILI.II'S, m's1'nUP, 1xENnEnsON, s1mnE Third Row-Mc CONNELL, STEVENS, EHRLICII, LOSEE, COOLEY, Mc MILLAN, CAMPEELL, 1mENz Fourth Row--H. nusu, wnrrcuuncrr, ENGELLAND, w1NE, SHIRLEY, cnwnmor, MEADE, EERA, 'ronn IHJNNEDY Fzfth, Rowe-Mc CAULL, cnEMEANs, s'rrmnEL, BEEDY, WATT, HUNT, nnnmxunx' Onc Hundred Eighty-three At the close of the war the members of the Woman s - - War Relief Committee found themselves with a very efii cient organization whose function had entirely dis appeared. To prevent this committee from dlslntegrat ing, the suggestion came to reorganize it and give lt the broader purpose of general welfare work for the University. In accordance with this suggestion the Woman's War Relief Committee has become the Wo man's Welfare Committee, a group nominally under Woman's League and working with it, but independent Ways and Means Committee Chain-man, FLORENCE LINDAHL Lois WINE BLANCHE SHIRLEY DOROTHY PREBLE HARRIET FEM X N L x W! '-'T X my QA, L rug.. J Po-esidrmt, MARTHA HUMPHREY Vice-President, SHIRLEY MANN Secretary, MILDRED KNAPHEIDE Treasm'eo', BEATRICE SNOW Undergmdizate Field Representative, MILDRED MAGERS 'Nl my FIRST CABINET Top Row-noisy, Moxmn, COUCHMAN Second R010-GOODING, IIRAUCIIEII, nAnnE'r'r, SALVESON, covsn Third Row-MAGEHS, KNAPIIEIDE, sco'r'r, IIUMPHREY, MANN, SNOW One Hundred Eighty-four . W. C. A. SECOND CABINET Top Row-Nxcourr. swans, nn'Lm', WINE V Second R010-IIOLTHRMANN, Mooms, IIERSMAN, Lmc, sA1.1c, 1ucNN1cnY, rome Third Row-srmmlfmx, mx, uAnm', sco'rT, MANN, IHCNNETT, s'rv1.r-rs, 'rnom-sox FRESHMAN COMMISSION Chairman, HARRIET MCCLELLAND Secretary, MINNIE MAE SCHMID1' Tfreasurer, MARGARET COBB Top Row-scu1vun'r, LANCASTER, BUCHANAN Scqond Row-sExAUEn, TANKERSLEY, Mc cuzLLANn, Muncu, APPLEGATE, I'LU Thzrd Row-HARRY, nUF, Donn, Mc CONNELL, GRAY. SMITH One , Hundred Eighty-fi1.'c Nw N pg--,f fm, .f K' On ' 442. .If 5 , C Ilunllrcrl E w 0 0 4'x 1-fxm'fNI.-f iglLLy-sia: sh Onc Hundred Eiglzty-scvmz 2 4 rl 5 1 , A A WOMAN? Mi-i Lmcs , ,B 'N MISS LOUISE FREER., A.B., B.S. MILDRED KNAPHEIDE President of W.A.A. Director of Physical Education for Women Women's Athletics at the University of Illinois are controlled by an admirable combination of faculty and students. Sport managers are elected by the Woman's Athletic Association, forming with the faculty of the Physical, Education department an advisory board which confers and makes decisions on all matters of importance to be brought up in W.A.A. meetings. Miss Louise Freer, as Director of the Department of Physical Education has done h t brin the faculty and the students together, and is responsible for much of muc o g the success of Women's Athletics at this University. One H undrcd Eighty-eight Women's Athletic Association OFFICERS President, MILDRED KNAPHEIDE Vice-President, VICTORIA FREDERICKS Secretary, MARGARET RUTLEDGE T'reasu1'e7', GLADYS FRASER SPORT MANAGERS Hockey Baseball ISABEL LosEE OPAL CANNON Basketball ' Tennis IRMA MONOHON EDNA SCHIERBAUM Bowling Archery RUTH HoovER FRANCES BEST Swimming Hikes CHRISTINE HYLAND ALICE SPRAGUE HARRIET BEACH One Hundred Eighty-'nine IA . Top R010-SCIIIERBAUM, LosEE, HOOVER, HYLAND Second Row-BEACH, SPRAGUE, BEST, CANNON W0111a11's Athletic Association Top Hom 'llI'IAClI, I,Ans0N, Looms, MANsl'r':Alimc Second Icom----Muxollozv, :-aclxllclumum, lr. xwsu, Amsmc, 1.l1:ss1Nu. NVlGl'l'KNICCll'l', llOI'Il,l.NI'IIl, no:-xsmluw, c. RIVSII, I-'ICIEIL Nu,s0N, IHCST, l'lll+IllI.I'I, LUMU-:Y Thiwl lfmn---mmcslr, MON'I'GUMI'IlI.Y, lmnNr-:s, si-rmum-1, lml.r.Almv, xmwro, lfrucmz, Mc coNNm.r, Frmrbh Icom---uvl,ANn, umm-Ls, moms, cs. l"Ul,'I'0N, z. l"IYI,'I'0N, zum., MAl.I.0llY, s'r1mn'r, GAY, wx:-wi Fifth Now-fc,xNNnN, GAW'l'lll!0l', LUSI-Il'I, 0I.'l'UHKY, IlIY'l'l.I1IDGI-I, KNAl'IlliIlPl'J, I"lll-IIYICILICKS, MUIIPIIY, crmmm-:lu.A1N, KIGRNH, BOWMAN Alpha Sigma u HONORARY EDUCATIONAL FRATERNITY Top Rozv-uucnrrw, sr.oAN, mmm Second Rozv-uU1'r.l1:ucr:, mzoolcs, FREIIIERICKS, KNA1-xmrnm Om: 1I'lHldD'!Yfl N'f1l0l1l I I. A . i V, I. Ouc Ilzmdrcfl Ninrty-om i l BASE 1 EAII., MISS MORRIS FRANCES BEST The baseball series played last spring, was won by the sophomores, captained by Frances Best. The tournament was managed by Arlene Lumley, '19, and the teams were coached by Miss Ruth Morris of the Physical Education department. The fol- lowing 'girls were the members of the championship team: VIRGINIA GAYLE EDNA NILsoN ELIZABETH ANDERSON RUTH HoovEIz EDNA SCHIERBAUM FRANCES BEST KCapt.j CLARA RUsH CLARA DUNSETI-I ISABEL LosEE LENA RosE One Hundred Ninety-two 1 4 X .2 I L i H-Pill. Q fe H CKE More women come out for hockey and more actually participate in the games than in any other sport at the University. The interclass games are run oif .in the fall, each team playing two apiece with the other three. The early closing' of the University for Christmas vacation this year prevented the playing' of the final of the series. This would have been the championship game between the juniors and the sophomores, the juniors having a record of three ties and two wins, while the sophomores have three wins, one tie, and one loss. It will be played in the early spring. THE TEAMS Seniors VIRGINIA BOELLNER IRMA MONOHON fCapt.j MARGARET RUTLEDGE BESSIE MARSH . WINIFRED MONTGOMERY OPAL CANNON GLADYS FRASER CAROLINE MANSPEAKER MILDRED KNAPHEIDE ,DOROTHY STYLES HELEN MOORE HELEN GOSSARD INA HAMLIN VICTORIA FREDERICKS Juniors VIRGINIA GAYLE FRANCES BEST ADELE MCCLELLAN LOIS WINE ANNA COOLEY HELEN HARLAND EDNA SCHIERBAUM EDLA NILSON RUTH HOOVER ISABEL LOSEE KCapt.j PAULINE FRIER ETHEL SCHIERBAUM Soplwmores HARRIET BEACH DOROTHEA KERN ICapt.j ALICE SPRAGUE FRANCES DITTMAN IRMA CABLE ILLINOIS MCCASKILL ZELDA FULTON MILDRED HOLMES GLADYS FULTON EMILY DOAK LORENE FULLER OLIVIA CHAMBERLAIN Freshmen AGNES HAWORTH NORMA RIGGS LOUISE COVINGTON SASE SMITH MARGARET BOND GLADYS MORRIS GLADYS APPLEGATE ESTHER WEIR LARUE ROBERTSON ORVA KERN GEORGIA HILGARIJ KATIIRYN POTTER FLORENCE HOSKINS- The teams were coached by Miss Emilie Ray Bowman and Miss Anna L. Hughitt. One Ilumlrcd Ninety-thrcc 1 pi: N ' MZ' Ono Hundred Ni new-four , I J, ,M A Q- : 1 , lv 1 y lf. .15 U" I w M., v .nik 9323, 3' 'if H .1 gig . It fl r' JD' Il, Lcj 3 Vi RZ, j l w 3" 1. 'A , .W , . , UH 12. 11,4-' ,,. ,. 1 V,-"' 5'f:TP5' ry H I- ' 'XM .ly , an 13414 1, f, 'J' 1 .H H 1, C, .4 . 4, x lx If ,.' as ,E 4 ,M I Qix! , All , bu, .X . , :f 9 K'. ', 11- ffl 1,1 15' cl 3 :Ui ix N: yiw ,-" .H viziif ll':.x. K.-ilu. ,V-HI, .ffggqi 'Wifi -J: ,rj "I ii. Sxfig fix ' fini: lijyrw' If ,dx uh ff QTQS., 5""'ff: if".T'fA ,' . , ,. V. - 'f in-QF W ,if I-1 'N lf' 51 - Q ,f V ,, . if-. 11' In - Y' - V 1' 1.1 ri, I xii jf, Q31 1, f--ull 5 Y FQ One H undrcd N inety-five , , . , , , w , ,,, vu . v gllllllllllls i wil l E BM me BALL will 3 z M 4573 - The basketball season this year will be managed by Irma Monohon '20. The teams started practicing early in December, but the early closing of school before Christmas interrupted the practice and the games were finally scheduled for the first of March. Miss Bowman and Miss Brooks are coaching the teams. SENIORS nwcnom' WIOYOIION nuruzncr: uANs1-nu rn CANNON One Hundred Ninety-six JUNIORS IIOOXER, mv, PENNINGTON, lmsr, 1-rc'rEnsoN, lrovvmc SOPHOMORES I 5. Top R010-NEISWANGER, HARRIS, THOMPSON SUC071d ROIU--NVIIITE, PIERCE, BEACH, STOLTY, DOAK FRESHMEN A, Top 12010-DERROUGH, JonnAN, novo, covINc'roN Second Row-co'r'rxNcxmM, DOLLE, NVEIRMAN, sM1'r1r, SCHMID1' One Hundred Ninety-swan A One Hundred Ninety-eight 4 J V Q -,H -? , V , ,gf K 71 I ,if '- ,1. L, Lf 1' 'af' E-'iw-lg, user" X5- -' m -Fw -- A1 , gf, . , - 1 One Hundred Nim-ty-nina gsm Q RUTH HOOVER FRANCES BEST ISABEL LOSEE Winners RUTH Hoovaa, '21-Hockey 111. 121, 131: baketball, varsity and captain of class team 111. 121. 131: bowlinyx, varsity and class team 111, 121, 131, manager 131: baseball. class and varsity teams 111, 121 : tennis, champion singles and doubles 111, 121: track. Indoor meet. second Dlace 111: Outrloor meet, first place 111: swimming honors: W. A. A. Gold Seal 121 : Alpha Sixrma Nu 131. Omr, CANNON '20-President of W.A. A. 131: hockey, 111. 121. 131, 141: basketball, 111, captain 121, 141: bowling, 111, 121, cap- tain 131. 141, mannrzer 131: var- sity bowling team, 111, 121, 131, 141 : baseball, 111, captain 121. 131. varsity. 111. 121. 131. man- ager 141 3 Gold Seal W. A. A. 131. FRANCES BEST, '21-Hockey 121, 131: basketball 111. 121. 131: bowlinxr. captain 111, 121, captain and varsity 131: baseball, 111. captain 121: archery manager 131 : Alpha Sigma Nu 131. Irma MONOIION, '20-Hockey 111, 121, captain 131, 141: basketball, captain 111, 121, captain 131. captain 141, manager 141: base- ball 131. lsanml. Losaa, '21-Hockey 111, 121, captain 131, manager 131: baseball 111, 121 3 basketball 131 : bowling. CHRISTINE HYLAND, '22-Hockey 111: baseball 111, captain: base- ball 111: swimming honors, man- I W user 121: secretary W. A. A. 121. ' 0 OPAL CANNON IRMA MONOHON CHRISTINE HYLAND Two Hundired 1 A I '4 I i v 1 1 ,. 'I 1 1 W 4 1 1 w I i N I i L . x 2 l 4, K I 1 1. 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M31 as Neg I ,jvw fav ,ig ff , r jf 3- 1 4 lim! 639 1 1 LQ-Li 'ips I I is . -'Jv I up-Y CJ I i if ff ' 1, yay- gj . . , h WNV'-,QT 11 I -A - FACULTY MEMBERS - 1313.- 1 1 FRANKLIN' W. 'SCOTT, Chavh-man Q15 A THOMAS -ARKLE CLARK Surf-Q,'1 Q55-ri A RUSSEL M. STORY ggfglij f - , LLOYD MOREY, Treasurer A ' 3141211221 ' VICTOR LL. KRANNERT, Business Mamzger iiggel A P lfiiili A M STUDENT MEMBERS' ' 31315 1 J. H. PQWELL , 1 W. W. WATTS fifijiy W. E. MCELDOWNEY - K. E. W1LL1AMsoN ' Ts? ' 1 iff' gg 1 Two Hundred Nine 3711 R, 'A gg: KP 53 '-'.f',"f ' ,Q V1 au, 1 ' -1' 1 f, - , 1, 1 '- ,-41 ' ggi: ..q,::v4 -., ".'::.r4gf -111 Aviv ' lrfif X V .. .Ll , I The Daily Illini 1. I L O ,. l I . S. D, OWEN, Editor-in-chief C. N. HENSON, Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF C. W. CLEVELAND, Managing Editor NEWS EDITORS HORAOE HODGSON OPAL CANNON, Woman's Editor RALPH T. MCQUINN ROY L. KALVER, News Editor b HAROLD R. PINOHARD H. M. VAN DOREN, Exchange Editor STEWART F. REID JOHN A. 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FOSTER MURIEL MORGAN ag A. M. MANTZHEIMER F. J. MCFARLAND J. C. GODFREY HARRIET WALTHER Two Hundred Ten "L-1gtg1g1g,,g-3' ,'., ,.f,,,zg zxlzr. ,z ...1 .11'..,:. 4. .1g,.. I ::.L...,.E :.:...I:xL. J ...: . . .::1.'::, '11 .. A. ll:-,fm ,-'.f '1,.."1' --f-! 'nj' Y .y "if fy,-?'lf-N. fY'.',' .'."- 'IM' 'A l' AI 'K -' 'fl , 3, 1' I fx- - . , - . .A .... -, , x The Daily Illini Two. Hundred Eleven f l lv", 1-1 v I x K xfwsf ' ., -1 P - lff, ' A " 3 ' if n, 'Q 5 W , Th D 'I Ill' ' all e al V 1111 I, xlifg' W ,, jx wi--. 'rr A iz.-Q: 5211: NEIL Y .?.,'9'3 335-12' m- - iff . FEW , H. I 1 13.1, :1 ' . ,W Qlw M Qlfgwx 'Ui E?7Lf' ' Frwf 'ipw' wg,-I T' QUF1 ,I 'iff nl M 4. -W, 1 ha, ' 'TQ 1, 'W i iff: 1? 'dj aiff ' 'X ', fiiz 41" 'i f, .- , ...I- , 3.4, MMU. njfi' Q I QI if Vxgf 1 , "C 5 4-if 1.31. 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CLEVELAND HAROLD BOESCHENETEIN ings, A ggi' Athletacs Edztor - Roast Edztor Homecommg Edztor Zip BLANCHE SHIRQEY Rfsfiij :Sm ' Dramatws Edztor if 'L . J ' I 'ffs ,gap Hlxwfl 'f P4 P" 2, " 5453 SOPHOMORE AssIs'rAN'rs EW 5 XE Q55 A HENRY H. EVANS GEORGE HARTUNG ,img Qt, R LYLE BROWN RALPH E. NAYLOR M751 DON TAzE L. Q. NEEDLER fem . Q9 I . 'iff ALLENE LYLE, Staff Asswtant 1'-f Q , 'Rl J. D. CANNON, Freshman Asszstant ' Vigil my M2541 17553 ,QYAY1 aff zj, vii F513 iff? 1239? :Nur ,A w w--- ' rf,-,MH mf.-H -WL w ,fi ll, ig H3223 5532 A551 W til! :I C lf, M3 PGP, .Elm 3 I 151513, U15 ' . ltsfffw 35:2 Two Hundred Fzfteen gi: 1' ' HV- - ' ' .f,-'-'--- -'--41 -" " -'-- 4- u1",z.1.-zz 1 'f 1 'Y ' ' ' ' 'ral 14112 1. ' : L41 1 'MF'-,':r 1 , "Y'L::..:"- "-r -' xr ' Y vfflfi M K.. f Q A nl' 4. NJ' ,yi nl llif' ,ul NU K iff ,gi ,IT -.Ei , . X ' "1 JT ,131 M -M vlf ,U .H .ww ,-rm '. A Tiff 111, 'iii 4 11 'xl ., I, 'Pix ,I,, 'ff ', . M ,II e di ,ig ,, ll if! 9 if sci! 58: 'Wi jj! 1 gi- I 3,15 LY! - 4 ,,5, ,-111 :,,. ,, -c K . ,Q 1,3 V: .-f? -1 K ks .1 1 A .U .F ,I ' , , , . , , ',.:g.' ,-1, 5, 1,-5 1 ,mix . .1',:1:g -e e ,-vm2z.f1gf e-,- - q,,,l..-e,-.-.- , , . .. wm.--n.. .QU . 111,L1o,-..4 I A ,W Y, e W. ..,.,..'.., .:, The Nineteen Twenty-one Illio 1 , xv. w f ,'-,n-',-,.'.e..-.'-Vx, .,.w, Two H undrbd Sixteen V11 ,r-,. ::::1,.4.1L..1xL1!1,.u4..7..:,Lj::1:,,: e:111:x'.5A.:, :uu:.':. -, -:uh .::,-.wuz-,A-1, 51:2 .1gU,1:..:.z:.-,- . -.. 'M ..- . I w 1 W.-v 'i 7- x ga, . 43 F fly., iw? ,4 uf' 'fn H ., 1 4 f ' 1."'- -bf' H 'W-,""f",f.ff'1,l 'iff V .1l:":'J .',x5..1Ufw',e,- 1 l.'.f.'n:,,r 'VIL lv'-Dui-'KW W ,Rm Y 1' 'ef -n '1'w I .X 'u nM. 'A -. VI'-'n x.. I ' 4 'A 1 A 1' f "TTff?T'f."TE7f1'Y" I j? wil. nf, i4"' II, ' J, '..' H43 'ff W' Wg, :mf QI? Sieve .5 ,,,,b A 1351 M , .,f ,gn I 5 f- lj. J 3-A.: , 43 3 , f"'. .1, IME 'GDI 1-4 " ' -1 .fxf 773 lun C63 . -Q tif lf 5 Ciii' 4,A,. W, .. 4' W 11 L Y Bi? 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HUSTED FRED F, GEISS THOMAS MCKEEVER ,mf - FRESHMEN ASSISTANTS QQ? jfkjl HAROLD WRIGHT VERNON HENRY H. A. JOHNS EDWARD O. BOSHELL wg: 1 F' gfw MQ A mg 5. 5 fy? 'Q i ? 6 lr ' I 'w 'Jig s- : Q 'ix 0 ! Q61 ' 'F Spf ! jim Q1 1 ' REQ' fivil ! Tia- IYQU 'QQ P5021 ff , if gi? I "SE :KE 5 QE Q53 1 55: v Z ii? . 199 1 H 9655 mg 1 T H d d s z H F it Q wo un rc even een 2, 7 , The Nineteen Twenty-one Illio ,... .. . .- . .,-H. 7... .. .. ,, ,.- , , . w ESTHER E. BARNES, Art,Editor MILTON R. MARX, Assistant Art Editor ART STAFF ARTHUR A. DAILEY T. P. BOURLAND MARY L. DIXON G. GRATTON CASSIDY H. C. CHEEVRR C. W. BAUGHMAN L. J. HUG Mounting Photogfraphy S. L. BIESPIEL C. L. WELSH P. M. WELLER P. I. NAGLE O. B. GRANT Two Hundred Eighteen ' , ,.-- 1. L., ,Nfl 1... .. .5---,-L1-ffm-A,-1 ,.v.-.. .. -...u,..,v.. ....- A... -1 . .. I I ' I I lf I 1: I I N I , 5 1 1 . - .1 . , 4. 1,111.1 .,, .. ..- . X ..,v .-.W 1. , , 1, 1 " ' H " k". -..- "n. . f A1 A . v . . .V ., IH .- - WL. - kv- - 3 TA I . NONSENSE SATIRE CRITICISM CARLETON HEALY '20 Editor M. M. HART, '20 Business Manager RID K mips N Two Hundred Nineteen ff. The Illinois Magazine ....-- J.. . ,. ,.-..T......... .4.... , .,......- L... I 1 , , .VI 1 1 I I Rice . - Bell Q X h K ' ' ,Mi WARNER G. RICE, Editor-in-Chief HAROLD P. BELL, Business Manager ' EDITORIAL STAFF JULIAN NARDI, Associate Editor R. S, NOTHWANG, Associate Editor C. R. MILLER, Contributing Editor JOHN INGWERSEN, Contributing Editor HELEN BUCKLER, Cfmtribiitirtg Editor THELMA STRAEEL, Contributing Editor MILTON MARX, Art Editor BUSINESS STAFF R. L. MACCLELLAND, Advertising Manager E. A. DYSON, Circulation Manager LOUISE FAIRFIELD, Subscription Manager SOPHOMORE ASSISTANTS A. R. MANN S. P. WINTERINGHAM F. M. CONDIT H. W. STEIN Two Ilumlrcd Twenty V -Irv The Illinois Agriculturist ' ' ' EDITORIAL STAFF E. M. CRANDELL, Editor-in-Chief. WIl.I.lS VAN A. J. TENINGNA, Managing Editor I'Il'lLl-IN NEWTON, , ASSISTANTS 1 . K11:NNm'r1I A. Forum G. W. DIEFHNIYICRFER T E. C. C1Inxs'1'1AN 1 T. H. I'IIl.l!lCllRANll R BUSINESS STAFF ' , , S. D. DARLIGY, Circulation Manager ' ' ASSISTANTS H. B. WIIITE ' L. J. LINDSAY H. W. IfLAMSIUR LU Houma - - BOARD OF MANAGERS Pnox-'zcsson W. C. Covvm' 1 E. M. CRANIJELL A. . Docwon. W. L. BURLISON WIl.LIS VAN Pmxr ' I'm.1', Business Managqr Household Science Editor H. ULTEY . . W. Coulxmin Curmss E. A. J. A. lNcwr:nslzN J. TENINGNA Two Ilundrcd Twenty-oiw ' ,, .. ' .V -, ,V, 4 f The Illinois Chemist AW' P. A. ANDERSON, Editor-in-chief J. E. HANSON, Business Mamager EDITORIAL STAFF J. B. BAKER, Assistant Editor J. H. HIBBEN, News Editor W. R. KIRNER, Alumni Editor BUSINESS STAFF H. D. CARTER, Circulation Manager F. B, HOBART, Advertising Manager ASSISTANTS . W. HARSH F. A. MCCANN G. A. LAAD1' EDITORIAL BOARD G. D. BEAL, Chairman C. C. LARSON, Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS G. D. BEAL, Ph.D, D. F. MCFARLAND Top H0111-IIAICER, 1l0nAn'r, Hnxnmr Second 12010-CARTER lmnscn, HANSON, Mc CANN Two Ilundrcd Twenty-two . .,,, ..-.w,.-,.,, ,4 A yrwwzf-1.n,.'y:,. ,W 14 du A M. ' -,M Q - -., N 'r I 'a ff u F' nw:- if-rv Two Hundred Twenty-three CAPTAIN GEORGE F. N. DAILEY Commandant ' ioisif' and I i --!11.1.1oi-.r Reserve Officers' Training Corps The Reserve Officers' Training Corps established at the University of Illinois, under Act of Congress of june 3, 1916, has grown to include the three arms of the service as well as two staff corps. The Ca- X det Corps is organized as a reinforced brigade com- ' . prising: One Brigade of Infantry consisting of two regiments of twelve companies each, one Bat- talion of Field Artillery of three batteries, one com- - pany of Signal Corps, one company of Engineers, one troop of Cavalry. The total number of students enrolled is 2,200. Men who served in the war were given university credit in military and excused from the require- CML TV JV CMU, ments. Eighteen hundred men, who would nor- mally have been in the brigade, took advantage of this credit to withdraw from training. The cadet officers, many of them veterans of the war, have rendered valuable and generous service. The Commandant, Captain George F. N. Dailey, Infantry, is assisted in ad- ministration and instruction by a detail of five officers from the regular army. Captain T. J. Camp, Infantry, is executive officer and in general charge of the administrative work. The Field Artillery officer is Captain C. A. Bennett. In February, Captain W. D. Alexander, who established the Artillery Unit, was sent to the 7th Field Artillery. Captain R. W. Grow of the Cavalry, in- structs the troop. V The Supply Oflicer, Captain Russell D. Barnes, Infantry, fIllinois 'I6j assisted by the brigade, regi- mental and battalion supply officers, issues all uni- forms, equipment, and books required. Each stu- dent is completely uniformed and equipped with regular army supplies. The limited number of over- coats are used by the companies winning com- petitions. The Infantry instruction includes Infantry drill, tactics, and ceremonies. The Field Artillery Unit was established in April V 1919. Its equipment is modern, and consists of one -' I" fret 3" battery, three 75 mm. guns, one I 55 mm. howitzer, one 155 mm. riiie, and one 4.7" gun, all with their F - -M-W e- -- CAPT. W. D. ALEXANDER. . fa: . . . . A VV ..,,, x V -V,., Two Hundred Tiventy-four f',1-.:,ra:V3,:u:':g.,r1 jug af.: 1r2i.V .1955 4:1 :z,g.'.51ug ,5r:.1Vi,uL'.,g,,:..a ,r:z5i.,g:Vgn Tritt: L1-gV,V::, 4 113, ,L L: 33,51 5 V:A.:,v.::LLV VL: XJ' ll1'.,f'7'n-f,1 I ,I ti 1,15 if digg ju ,if.14'.i-gl -15,3 all S-ixfjf . fj-ffl: ".f1"i 'El :K 1-1 iii..-ff',i"ww'-fl 1 .N 4? it, fu ,I .,., t .7 Q 4 - 1,51 'I-4-'Ziff' ff-11---5-' XXI. ' -. if fp .,,,,, if 1"-'LL ii ll T' i Fla-if ftgfli lily T ,." , :El.Jqgx.gAf. 5 "1 caissons and limbers. Fire control equipment for ,A pl, the battalion is available for use. Motor equip- K .--iii .ffp ment has been supplied and includes two 5-ton wp! I lip, if b 1 H tractors, four trucks, two motorcycles, and two I X passenger cars and motor repair truck which IS a Ml'l . ' ' b f miniature machine shop. A brief course is given -, I in ordnance, guns, and their manufacture. Prac- xg!! .g I p . G ' tical instruction embraces drill on the various guns, N ,Q Xxx ,' , pistol practice, sub-caliber firing and maneuvering kip , - ,fi llvg the battery. 1 7, fi- V Signal Corps instruction includes practical work with wireless telephone and telegraph apparatus ,XJ and other instruments developed 111 the late war. Q l Z A lp WJ' Sufficient theory 1S given the student to insure a . . . knowledge of details of construction and operation em. R. w. Gnow of apparatus used- The Cavalry Unit authorized in February 1920, 'enrolled sixty students for its first semester's work. Forty-six horses and sets of horse equipment have Qgilj been received and the instruction in this branch of service will be practical. The enlisted 111611 detailed as assistants to the Commandment were all chosen from the highest grades in the army. Because of their military knowledge and experience they were commissioned at the outbreak of the war and rendered valuable services ranging from that of a Lieutenant-Colonel, General Staff, As- pf? sistant Chief of Staff, General Headquarters, A.E.F. to that of instructors at officers' training camps. With the demobilization of the emergency army they I reverted to their original grades and were. stationed here to train officers. The LE .artillery and Cavalry detachments total sixty sol- diers of the regular army. Sk . Cadet officers are charged with the entire interior management of their respective commands. The customs and regulations of the regular army are ggi adhered to as closely as possible and every effort is made to give the student a military education similar to that he would gain under like circum- stances in the regular service. The student's first year is spent in an Infantry organization where he becomes familiar with small arms, and the duties common to all soldiers. Af- ter satisfactorily completing his first two semesters Qi-Q he may choose, according to his qualifications, In- fantry, Cavalry, Artillery, Engineers, or Signal Corps. The officers are chosen by merit, from jun- lots and SeUi0l'S- CAM. BARNES, CAPT. BENNETT '. ' gf -1: tel Q3 y Two Hundred Twenty-five W filly M1-5 , ' fi' Hia' ve: i2zfnwws1aHEs.ifwa.-":.wc:fw-agaffai wa 5 X- VUE' -1wm-- A . .-,A Cadet Cfficers J A R. Cox.. S. W. Buss Col.. A. H. BODENSCIIATZ THE CADET COLONELS Brigade and Regimental Commanders .H. BODENSCHATZ S. W. BLISS S. REDING J. J. BICKEL E. J. SMILEY 'J.f.3..J.-4,B'ickelV1 g. 1. Q .1 . . .' -Pmiley W' +1 4:4 f . . ff , V . b 'fuj Two Hundred Twenty-six 1 L..f1L1:'g..:',11rL:'1 ,.:rga,uzz::, 4.1.g..x.11gLxz.,..J xl1.1x., 1 -xg '::, 3:1111-,..,::i1.,:'1 z,. .Z iii., , , . , - .W.,, , A J J . ' If-.':'f1 ' J? ,H if :Je-'ffe fl ,'.'l..4:v'-I 1 . . 4 ' ' 1 1:w"17 1 1 . .. .".' .- I' ',.4 N.-1, .V -41 .'-1 Y ' '..". 'L '. X CADET MAJORS Top Rau,--'romAs, nm-nn, ILICKEL, 1cr1NNm.l.m', GUENTIIER Sccmzrl Row--cnosuv, NICYIEIKS, mnumm, vxmm-nn CADET CAPTAINS Top .ROIU-NELSON, SCIIWICICII, Klll'Il.S'1'IilN, VAUGIIN, JUIRIC, RASMUSSICN, NVIIITIC, TOLIVIAN, JICNNlC'l'T, IIAMIL Scczmfl RmvAuolc'rnm1m., 'mU1.1ua1c, w.xm., Mu.1.11uN, 1,Amcn, CIIANCI-Z, IIICKSON, nuss, nu1.1.ocxa Third Row-lmuxNl-:Mm'mz, SCIIM0l'Il.l.I'Ill, 'rU'r'rx.xc, SIIAUIC, ICINVARIVS, I.ICll'l'MANN, owl-LN, sm-:.xxcA1, Two llundrrll Tluvnty-s1'v1,'1L CADET FIRST LIEUTENANTS T017 120111-III-INl.I'1Y, SIIICIHYICN, R0llEIl'l'SON, ROIIIC, MC DONALD, MORGAN, IIICIUIMAN, SARMAN SCC01ld H010-SClIl,0SSl-IR, Illilll-IR, lll-IXIIMAN, l'lCl.'l'Z, PAIN., NVHlT'l'INll'I'0N, HIGWI-IS, CAPOUCII, l-'LICCK Third R0lU7llAIlTLl4I'I"I', CATTON, IIBNNOPI, llAIL'I'l.ING, LUMMIS, TOWNSIGND, GEER, SMITH CAD ET SECOND LIEUTENANTS Top Row---r:Nul.lsu, IZLICK, wu.cox, mm-rn, Nmuu Svcond Icom-nouu1,As, wx-:mu-:, cmurslcx, sxmm., Monmsox, GRI!-'l"l'1'Il, n,xnNx-:'r'r. 'l'llll'I' Third Row--M11'cu1-:1,r., wol.1flmM, IIUHIION, IIIGSSER, WILDICMAN, 1.U'rz, nrmNu:,xN Two Hundred Twcnt11-eight I"',.l I z.f.I.Li.F Roster of Brigade Officers BRIGADE HEADQUARTERS COLONEL A. H. BODENSCHATZ MAJOR MORRIS D. DURHAM, Adjutant MAJOR H. G. PODLESAK, Personnel Adjutant FIRST REGIMENT LIEUT. COLONEL J. J. BICKEL FIRST LIEUT. G. B. HESSER, Supply Officer CAPTAIN T. W. EDWARDS, Adjutant REGIMENTAL SERGT. MAJOR R. N. NICHOLS CAPTAIN R. E. PELTZ, Personnel Adjutant BUCLER N. D. BARR COLOR SERGEANT L. C. WINDSOR FIRST BATTALION MAJOR LLOYD E, YEACER FIRST LIEUT. J. G. LUMMIS, Adjutant Company "A" Company "C" CAPTAIN A. W. SCHMOELLER CAPTAIN A. H. OWEN FIRST LIEUT. H. H. WILDEMAN FIRST LIEUT. R. N. GEER SECOND LIEUT. A. M. HARLIN Company "B" Company "D" CAPTAIN L. H. TUTTLE CAPTAIN RICHARD SMEJKAL SECOND LIEUT. C. W. LUTZ FIRST LIEUT. P. M. MITCHELL SECOND BATTALION MAJOR L. H. GUENTHER FIRST LIEUT. E. P. BARTLING Company "E" Company "G" CAPTAIN H. B. BRUNNEMEYER CAPTAIN E. E. MARX SECOND LIEUT. D. A. BRANIGAN SECOND LIEUT. M. A. SNELI. Company uFm ,Company uHv1 CAPTAIN E. W. LAGER CAPTAIN W. B, MILLIKEN SECOND LIEUT. R. F. MOORE FIRST LIEUT. I. W. BARNETT SECOND LIEUT. H. J. MOCK THIRD BATTALION MAJOR L. B. REED Company "I" CAPTAIN FRANK B. DOYLE FIRST LIEUT. V. G. NARDI SECOND LIEUT. T. J, DOUGLASS Company "K" FIRST LIEUT. E. B. HEWES SECOND LIEUT. T. R. MORRISON, FIRST LIEUT. S. F. TOWNSEND, Adjutant Company "L" CAPTAIN W. H. ROI-IE FIRST LIEUT. M. C. GODDARD SECOND LIEUT. A. D. CLAUSEN Company "M" CAPTAIN G. J. WAHL FIRST LIEUT. J. M. KRUMLER SECOND LIEUT. F. W. GRIFFITH STUDENT COLONEL AND STAFF Q I - -P Q I I ,A-ea' Alai? I . A 513 A' If . I A I ai.,:,.. -A... - , ' Q . R' I I - 1 i I EDXVARDS, REDING, DURHAM BDDENSCIIATZ, SHADE, SMILEY Two Hundred Twenty-nine all-11 A-. . L.1J'.f,1f'. ' 1YK,.,v4. .!,' A ii 'H 1 X2 '13, "-'f.'fff'fL: I I Roster Of Brigade Officers SECOND REGIMENT LIEUT. COLONEL E. J. SMILEY y CAPTAIN G. J. HOUGH, Supply Officer CAPTAIN A. C. SHADE, Adjutant - REGIMENTAL SGT. MAJOR M. P. MCGILL CAPTAIN A. H. HEUER, Personnel Adjutant COLOR SERGEANT J. H. RINDELL I . COLOR SERGEANT K. C. ILAMBERT . . ' ' FIRST BATTALION ' MAJOR E. H. ROTRAMEL Compcmy "A" Company "C" CAPTAIN T. E. HENLEY CAPTAIN JAMES BLISS FIRST LIEUT. J. J. SCHLOSSER FIRST LIEUT. R. M. WHITTINGTON Company "B"' SECOND LIEUT. L. E. WERRE CAPTAIN H. M. TAULBEE I Company "D" FIRST LIEUT. H. G. HEIDEMAN CAPTAIN BARNEYKRELSTEIN SECOND LIEUT. W. S. PRESTON FIRST LIEUT. R. W. FLECK SECOND BATTALION . . MAJOR FRANK TOBIAS Company "E" Company "G" . CAPTAIN B. W. BULLOCK CAPTAIN L. N. WHITE FIRST. LIEUT. M. E. CAPOUGH FIRST LIEUT. L. P. SANMON SECOND LIEUT. J. M. RIDER Company "F" Company "H" CAPTAIN F. M. VAUGHN CAPTAIN R. C. SMITH . FIRT LIEUT. B. P. GLICK FIRST LIEUT. H. K. LEVY THIRD BATTALION MAJOR ROBERT G. TOLMAN FIRST LIEUT. F. R. SHEDDEN, Adjutant Company "I" Company "L" CAPTAIN M. D. CATTON CAPTAIN H. P. JENNET SECOND LIEUT. D. A. TRIPP FIRST LIENT. R. W. HUBBARD SECOND LIEUT. A, L. DAUBER Company "K" Company "M" CAPTAIN T. M. LIVINGSTON CAPTAIN R. S. NELSON FIRST LIEUT. H. J. SCHMITZ FIRST LIEUT. I. B. MORGAN SECOND LIEUT. J. C. ZUCKERMAN SECOND LIEUT. H.- B. MCCARTY I 1 5 D., ,h OFFICERS AT "ATTENTION" Two Hundred Thirty UL' 41... . ...I.z ,s....: Q P. v:gg:g:::,1J.. - ::J':. 1.,.-1-....',.'1g 3,3 'f' I1 ' Q I' I' . I 1 "FEV Yf','!.f-if." ' ' Rf-.-gfi V .41 U , 'l,l. J . , I L ,' V ' . ,- 's -- - xf' ', H, ', .. . . ,-- " . - f - f .V - 1- , 3 41. I . -, 5... . - W. ' 1 Jw mi - 2 ' ' la' D -.ua 'm.,.u.'v,..g ,"' ., ' l.V'... WN. h -. . - .. ... ,, UA., , 4- my - I Wi '11 an.. ,- J A W - M .A AH.. it. W llq. . ii ,I ffffl Q' zfiiwzgv. F V Aw , ,X xm., m, . ,,-QyJ2f',1'1v.3 FIRST REGIMENT 1 I ,gf rf, 4 A - , , ' r , ,. c , sl J- " - ' " -H" .5.,-,s,'5,. ,A ' -Q t, I 'gf' ,Q .,.gxR!i jigs?-ev! 1,0505 ,-, f Px I ' H 'M "' ' ' ' N " - '- ,. , -1' . " I ' f. - f , ' -'1'f -- 1 Q.i,.sAf:1p1 ,." K- - AQ' fi 'uf' :Va 1 . J A? af-swphnnq . 5 . f . -.-In in-' 4 . ' V4 - ' 1- --A-1--1..,,.. .E , . 1-A . .I SECOND REGIMENT Two Hundred Thirty-one 1 1 . .. - vf- ,,,... ., ,. M .,,,,g,g1L',.1..,,..' .A, Q ,V 1 , .' aff - 1 w.1,U ,- l I 1 ,wi 1 sy 1, , ' - Hn. . , . - , Y,V, , 7 f VI, T'--FTF,-'fgfw ,--kgj. ,fi -2.QWf,5,23'w Q1 EY?UKEg1Yj5y a?1yqI'ga1y 5, g1yTeg+i,y'g5v5gy3m y51+gq1gv-by vii-"f1if3,ii V Wg:5eg'?1v +3 Q. g, ,,m V my--. 5: ...-VQ.T,,V-f,,m,,q LU W. 'M '53 RQ ' Q feb ' v 12' 1 QZQYI 2, pa -1- aG"3 ' ' - If Q Guy., : ', fx. 5,1- 535 , 'i Q71 g. is-LT? 'T' mg? f J C3 'I . gfxg xA QS! L? wi Q5 Up 34 H3 U1 gb EJ? V1 'gig I' .' . 0 D . J ffl G55 34 .mx 2 iw ' KF? iii UQ' 1 VX, QQ I 592 999 1 232 1 4,-" H l W L59 E F-4 n Q flfl g age E ss 5 L ' in : fcb tw U., K OD , 1 ld! K u Kb 7 u Y IJ 1 Iwo Hundred Thwtu two Q A 522 f rl' fi 55? 2 f55f fi 5 : 4 5 ,L U I N 6 J ' F 61" 6 l 95 55. :G FS? C ,PD E ' K3 Zta- if 1 ffi- F2 E52 iv 54: CQ +52 H5 : : 'Y ffl Q? ip 5. QP A 'p' . Qi f4 . . E d 1' " " "' T5" """.f" Mi"--1 : ' vii eng- '--P kg M--H--- .... if ' EB? UT Mya' fir ?14Y1a2.2f fi L2 52533 ,. fv4f15.'f",.mqgiixwf , A +Nw -7' yi .4 A IQ 'X v w il Q . A r . lx 'il' ff' f 1 , ?YJ:1H5'7R' "iQ11Y"' ' "'Y,V"Sgy'7 "'1iwUiI,"fyyGTg ' 'TYIVTT' Lf' V 1921 VivNyfiwfxxl,5jlif7'4!f?'yT1'x ,ETwfff"'f ' ""' T 1'Rg4j1,'f:,' r gf X177 ff' 9flfi?Xrud?gf'Qn1hmn3d'1fWiF+2R+lla:1fiQlfn5 fbe4iz2?iQ: fwfQ1,s,kQazgi+ .,1 J.-f ' Y4-il:-g,x,f'J 'Tv'll', M Vw.- aixq Q -f " xlbgw wi, M2 .QW r fu? bij? fp 3 We HQ EM Mlm, Q. Elfki r E26 W V539 QQ? lf sk-IVY. li-44, 53357 NSU" I' aff' 15553 Fw ELWN' "5 '1 5 523 Pj' 4- -. ,hi Q2 L,i-'93 ' I 'M Six TD. ig 'Ev 52 I-FQ 65 2, -1 X C9131 aff f 02 C41 4 7,., fig : 1258 Q3 .Zig 5' v 1 L '. 562.5 L 52593 2 E W -15 JL? .' , 5 tiff a 2: 55429 595 E472 f L.: ' 1 5- : 4 Gai' , i fy! S -3 ' X I 'lggij M35 Qui? ig? ! P34227 Ifgi E36 .5-Z3 K EU-L , 1511.4 -' .1 -I' rf NX E5 fsff 65 15821 , I 'vim' Pais Q12 US , Two Hundred Thirty-three WSIQ . W ffl-' L ,f 5 v ' ' ' 3 7"x?V1 Y ' Q. 'f'f"'- 1' m 'HQHLWJ4niHJe1'fm2'fw.fwI9"UW"va.ff, wf A:,"f?f:W - ,Qe1Q.kf s2XWZ5?fz11f.Q5ZQs3T. 31512 if - w X., ' i ..,-i i Qs- J J' V 'L xg, nail Il, fi c ip :JT- w. ,iv ul. .., -1. up ., ,. -gf tt. 12: M5 5:41 i If . rig jf' ,, l. , Jl' il .HM - li xl , Wlf I. .iii ,H .51 fin' -. H 5,54 -.. N 'Exif -xp "'., ff. ,. -uw 1911 xg! ,I .J Sill Fil. Jr. , .1 l, ,gil if up full .ul ii, i 1 I ri ,,g "fl, ' Kula gfil 'Ili fail wif: ii. , -umm , HAZELTON PRIZE MEDAL The Hazelton Prize Medal is given to the private of the University Brigade who is successful in 'the competitive drill held each spring. The winner of the medal is entitled to wear it for one year, after which it passes on to the succeeding win- ner. The medal was presented for the first time in 1890 by Captain W. C. Hazelton. The requirements for each competitor were attendance in the current year for at least sixteen weeks, less than five unexcused ab- sences in drill, and appearance at the competition in full uniform. I s Wa. Two H undr-cd Thirty-four ' -A-L,1sL-,'.r,xii41S,1.'-a14v,'Lr1.ux'i1L...v'Lu'J:.'!.1u1fuz' ,4::1,...xzix. gY4.1L, .:L1:J74u..a....uxz:1x.. 1 4 ,-::. .. .n:z:,,, .:1:::f,....,t':x,.:lgN.,. -g,A.,:g,i 1 rg, l 1'l!"lJ Il H V I ll ral 'UK 'X ,lf ll H 'U Mu l ll i U K l 'X l , 'J 1 "H x . v'-Q .,,-' . . ' X Xml- 4 i 5 . 5 I E u 1 Two Hundred Thi1't11-jivr' wha 'Lv v- .' .W x- , . ,f ul I v , " 4:7 'r NN J X, T wo Hundred f i Thirty-six fx... .f N 'N S MGE ORAIOTM DEBAIL 2 In X fi-X b 1 1 Ci',ra.TT'nn lx f in ,qui -- -. .ere..a.Paa Q OF Q oeems ugh. X f ' 1.35 1 1 icxif 5-NT: VU' H.. . K ur. 1 -.72 1 , , V , ' i "LUX Q -,l .u.X,:4 '-ffjfl :TIT f,",'1j ,-QT, I , r L l""i' ,--., .- if-1-lx ..,g,-I , sl f 1.5 1 . 1... f ,Ei ,.. , '. 'C ima. 1 ji lfyle , . 2 -cf . r' 1n- l'... y ,...4 X-, -1 l .lf 1 .L 1 ll 75: ' e -"' W' 'f wi lfilli lr.: -qzf TH 335355 Martha .,....... Hector ................... Steve Haines ,....... Peter Cranby ........ John Shelly ............ Madge Follete ......... Joe Doak ............... J' Pony Webb ........ Richards ......... IQ! Q' Two Hundred Thirty-seven K 1. ,..,..,,.-s,... .,., ww, ...,.f... .. ..., ......,l..,,L.7,.,.-..,.1,., , -' r 1'-' fl' -N WHJ1' 7' -5 M- l. .gf ,'l2'0' ' JR H1 'il 'l 1 ' e 5 1 CAST K . .............,Merle Turner i fl ee . ....,..,Robert H. Smith , ..,......Charles E. Keck 'gt J' , m R. Davis , ' W. Meyers, Jr. lf, V ,........,.Irene T. Jungk it ,, " 4 ......,........Dunlap Castle 'l ..,........Nancy Browning P ' H. M. Replogle "Y -1 Ni, I l , 1172!-f b' ll,!,lU ' i e oem oeouecos H 5 X 1 l 1 THE PRODUCTION Peter Cranby and his brother-in-law, John Shelly, witness a murder scene while enjoying an all night party at a popular restaurant, during the absence of Mrs. Cranby. After arriving home Cranby found that he had by mistake taken the overcoat of the dead man. Concealed in the inner pocket of the overcoat was supposed to have been a dark brown leather wallet containing ten thousand dollars. In the meantime Mrs. Cranby returned home. The morning newspaper, con- taining the story of the escapade, was brought in by the maid. Cranby and Shelly took great care to con- ceal the paper from Mrs. Cranby. ,L -11g,.vz.1:.:..uL:1:1,,.:., i..-,.1.',,.:.-n:,..i , 1,f,.H ., fu ,I , ,V ..1 1 -...f" - 1. 1' ,1",2- "' l 'l'j v- 1 Two Hundred Thirty-eight ' 2:.,,s:' zp.-... 'v ". 4 , . ., A '. 4 , . 1 ,., .-v , , v . ,. U 1. 111121-by v, F1 gg ij , ,f H , H, y r - .5 1 ll . ...q,-,,u. ,.1,.. Q, ' ' , .,:.:5..,fA'5,'+Qf.,.,, ,, , 1 v ' l l A l if l i .I I L J, , 4' E 1, ,I- U31: ily, rl -l i2 ., . ,I , 1?-ifg 4 iz" ff. Y ' , ,, W V , nj? . X , A - ' W f ii! g'JLl,llx3 kffglf A lf' h' ,dyigz 'ffl-' 'J' l l ll 1 T 'f,,5,i: ,fx ggi Liu, ill? 'ti ,Z g 5-in? K of-'SW my Q- QQ lla 1 M 'lfif 5 - ', IH 1 1' ii 75? The servant girl furnished a great deal of fun. QM lf" . . . . 'ff V, fin She had a dlfflcult t1me hldlng the telltale coat for ,555 W ' 'E . . . . lf- N her master. She contrlbuted to the mtrlcasles of fm ' 'el ' . . 4' 'ri '1 the plot by sustammg' a sentlmental relatlonshlp if? , , 'l to a plumber with a grey derby, whom Granby mls- il 1 ff , l x N - fl took for the tlfurd man hunter. F' 'Q15' if E' '11 Lf., lilly su. wvf l 4 1-gjllq . 1' "Tue N12 'Z K 1151+ 2 h -- w, I ' '11 I-fig! V gf? lil? L Mg' lr.-avg Q sag MSI, llgfpf l ' Y' ll?-'I 1r'Ufl 1537: l were fc. 1 , fgif :V 3 'Lx 1' ' ' 5 ' z Q-fl 1 1'- ' " W 5 W. Q 'Q-ll l ii .N--11 nf? life' I1 Elf iii ' Iilf' Q,-L :JPL M5523 L Spa l 2- if: 2 , .4 If V liffi, Slfl Qf 1 xlf, 11.517 P124 I:--'AQ Two Hundred Thirty-'nine Eli x4:g,z1'.:, 1,ri: pwr,-lfixlf I l 55.35 ,T ,fvr.3.,5,,,!111Nr3-,31g::k5.,,x-"F , up U, ...V .hi Ltynlvw-.i,,::! Z.. Asus!! fl:-'fki - lf'-fl'-5ff,7J5:f -I-i?4ff"15'1"'fff'I'".'ff3fT1l"'f7, D -' if 355"EV-'?fGFvff-'.'Llvi'f'Y?faiI1,l if Tglpl-Qiff 1 fm 9-ll'.."F5"Y3T'i""f1l'1?""' A .-1 M I ii 1. 1. 1.1 L- 11, 1. FI il 311 :fi 4 1 1 -,. ,1 .1 I ii 3 ft 11 "-x,1fj'7I.,.X ' ,f' 'Ti' 15s.ff1.e it if . M ' ' iii its ' ejiifFi7:7fYf'r 'ii'g. '1w1 qffli 'A 5-.':i1f,':'-1-Lnge' -'.'-1111.10 ' 1Af '-'f w- rv ,, ,, .- I ...,. .. A .... ,. r' ,.-,.., li , Vi: J if-1 rl". H. 5 ' t 4,2 W IW.-' 4. 11-ij..-31 1.11141 ,-... 1 Vis, llipfi rv' '11 11. - 11 H P 61 R O F Q U E E N S 11121. 1355-111 .. 1 A I :1 ., gm,-1. rx.-.1 1'7fT if ' 111351 Efgfi' fgywjl . 1:1',,j' 11435111 1 1Tjxg,frj1 mi: 1 15131 1, ,Fw N111 1 12-1. iff 1'-'91 , 1 1 -vy, mf 1 12 1 U53 if i 1' if? 1 1 :ELR1 EET! Iliff l41'.,1' 1 'U,ff. ' QC? Q," ' . if-'TZ' if-Af 1 1 fall' H ' Qi: im! Whig A 1511-152 I if-rd 1 idgiiwg 115.3-"1 E fggfi-. A' iid., 13-if K swf ft 113211 I Cai' viz" ,if D win 1.c'q5' .i2Lf'j' YN. 1, 4, -.. Lifte- W .. H5411 'H-:511 ,tiff N511 1457? E733 1 65 7.53 Two detectives were sent to the Cranby 11511 home to investigate the causes of the murder 1,61 Vjgj' and to discover the whereabouts of the over- A-e , 4' . - 43",-1 ilk-1: coat. After dodging' the detectives Granby 1115.1 luffw ' . Rag V511 and Shelly exammed the coat and found that ,125-1:1 the inner pocket contained an empty wallet. 111221 'wlqfgj The two queens, Polly and Madge, visit the Granby home in hopes of finding the money, ffl: in order to receive a reward that is offered Mgfw 1'f."' . 1' 1,-. 1-.-U1 for the recovery of the money. The detectives 1531.11 1'g,Q.11 blundered at every cue. The two queens tried fflfi to "double cross" each other in order to win '51,-jffi in the search. ' "Ts 1' 221 1'71il:' giffii E94 V-fl fu. If-:Iii TEYSQH Two Hundred Forty .119 11-'21, 11137: 'W'-f'E 1w:sA1s'f:f" J" "" ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' P 11 nw' -I-,si-:J ,,. .,,..,u,4x1..x,..,,,..ix,u...,g,,..q .rvu..,..Lx,r zu1,x...:x.u4.51i.yL:.?,,:.u4:.1x5:L:x4L'.J.ixx:. -ru, Lmru Ug,ggg1 4,x3.55,-,-,rf-v,04p,-- LV: I . 1 , 112. -'gf'qf1v."','vQ'-3'fgfw1.f11Jff,.Tiff-','.'.f'vffy2f11,.11Fgf -,wrt,q,'lpw','f'.f'.'a.-4-f? iw?-.11 wwf-r11g'ig.1,1:-,1'fig.-1 f'1:1t?,1-.''-'ff:,.'..j1f?.' 1 f 1 - - J1 f V -..',.r.f,. .. .ml ' " 1. 1,x.,.,. ,1.xr,. 1.-H. 4. .-.,1n'1.-...u-ri Vx 1 -1. , 1,,fff'i:M'Q-1.1, .1l' rf, -f -, , ,1,,.--,:.,::,, -.-,..:,,,:'-,:'.-::L44g: ,,-Lui1-A,L.,...--,1-,,:,.g: ,:.' N- f.-'H Q- -H-, -W--,, -. -. - ..- -. M -- ..- 1 A oem OF QUEENS .1 i v 4 4 4 , l i H ---- --v'-- -f I f,,k ,,.,.., Cranby and his enterprising brother-in-law Hnally turned the tables on the two detectives and delivered them to their superior, Richards, chief of detectives, safely handcuffed, and at the same time the innocents were cleared. Polly Webb, the suc- cessful queen, found the money in the wallet and received the reward. Polly and Shelly became close friends. Martha, the servant girl, married the plumber with the gray derby and Mrs. Cranby forgave Peter. Two Humlrvd Forty-one l I N I f 1 BONKER .BEEN H CAST OF BUNKER BEAN Pops .........,...,...., ........... E . B. Henning' Mason .........,.............., ...,........... A . W, Craver Mrs. Larabee ..,.....,.. ....,.,............... E . W. Savage Bulger .....................,... .............. H . M. Williamson Bunker Bean ........,... ....,...... F . W. Meyers, Jr. Flapper ................ ................ F rances Wine Mops ...........,........... .....,.................... N elle Barry Big Sister ,.,............ ............ H arriet McCormick Grandma ....................... ......,......., H arriet Burnap Bud Matthews ............. ....,...... C . S. Icenogle Balthazar ...,..........,..,.... ............... B . H. Smith Countess .............. .................... M arie Nading Myra ..,...,...........,..... ...,..,..... V ictoria Frederick O'Reilley ....,.............. ..,.............,............ P . G. King Deacon Rice ,.,.... ,.............. H. M. Heberer The Waster .......... ............,....., D . M. Erb Two Hunrlrcd Forty-two fv BUNKER BEAN ' "Mrs. C. A. Gille, coach for the performance of 'Bunker Bean', given by Mask and Bauble, should be highly praised for the careful attention that she paid to detail and ability to get characterizations of the highest order," stated Ed- ward Powers, a professional dramatic critic. F. W. Meyers, as His Majesty Bunker Beang Edward Henning, as Popsg D. M. Erb, as the Wasterg B. H. Smith, as "Bal- thazarng F r a n c e s Wine, as the "Flap- per", and Harriet Burnap, as "Grand- ma", were especially praised. Two Ilumlrcd Forty-thrva -2 .yllg x -1 , f nl Ti ,Ei 115' if ,Xi EIL, Nj' Hx! Vg fail ,. we wl- ,l Ui' 51' ni' M: qi'-' el. 4- . if' ,UU ut, Alpha Chi Omega sorority won the silver cup given to the best stunt offered at the Co-Ed Carnival, Homecoming Week, November 29 to December 1. "Follies of Homecoming" was the title of the stunt that was given. The feature of their stunt ff, was a Dutch Dance, a Colonial Dance, and two choruses. yr: l Chi Omega won second prize for the best stunt. Dancing featured the stunt. U' V+' Delta Gamma sorority doll show stunt was very cleverly and artistically given. A ,513 French maid dressed some live dolls and placed them on sale. A customer chose a iff M.- dancing doll who toe-danced. Kappa Alpha Theta's stunt, entitled, "The Home-coming , Girl", was original, and was cleverly produced. if , . l ,.,, my Ill 'ljf lift W . fl -5 V, ,H Il. fr? ,I- V- Ulf' ll' I., Jig' 'fl 'f 'fifl -2 an -4. zr. I y V, Two Hundred Forty-four rj :gg coe o c eemvet it I The Co-ed Carnival stunts were only one of the features of that entertainment, which was given for all the home- comers. Other attractions were cabarets, music and danc- ing, food-stands with home-made candy, popcorn balls, and salted peanuts. Gypsy fortune tellers read the dates and silhouette artists were kept busy sketching people. The Co-ed Carnival, as it is planned, will be given every year on one night of the Annual Home-coming at the Univer- sity, under the auspices of the Woman's League and the Illinois Union. Two Il1md1'cd Forty-five Mask and Bauble Mask and Bauble, the mother chapter of the National and :Associated University players, were established in 1908 at this University. The object of Mask and Bauble is to promote better dramatics in the universities and colleges, and to introduce the really artistic drama of the college realm. The dream of Mask and Bauble is to establish a Little Theatre at the University. Handicapped by the war, as all activities were, Mask and Bauble struggled in keeping her ideal of better dramatics. On account of the low coffers of the organiza- tion it was necessary to present a play of lighter drama. Part of Mask and Baub1e's ideal was shattered to give the students the kind of dramatics that they demanded. The students have proven that they support a light comedy to a much higher degree than that of an artistic dramatic production. , The society turned more toward its ideal of better drama in the presentation of "The Tyranny of Tears", by C. Haddon Chambers, which was given April 23 and 24,0 1919. With the proper support of the student body Mask and Bauble will take its place with similar activities in the leading universites of the country. Two Hundred Forty-six Mask and Bauble ASSOCIATED UNIVERSITY PLAYERS Founded at the University of Illinois Seven Chaptefrs Top ROW-SAFFER, Enn, IIEIXERER, HECK, SAVAGE SI-qond Rozv-MEYERS, MICIIAEL, DAVIS, REPLDGLE. CASTLE, SMITII Third Row-SEATON, PARKER, PARSONS, SEARS, FREDERICK, TURNER, IIDUGII FACULTY C. H. W0oLRERT . . NELLE R. ROBERTS J. H. CHECKLEY HONORARY MEMB' THOMAS ARKLE CLARK F. H. HAY A. N. HILLEBRAND STUART SHERMAN EUNICE GOEBEL Seniors FRED W. MEYER, JR. W. M. MICHAEL DANA L. TODD Juniors REX SAFFER CHARLES KECK CHESTER DAVIS IRENE SEATON Soplzoinores MARGARET SEARS DONALD W. ERB GERTRUDE PARKER EDWIN T. SAVAGE LIDA HOUGH Two Hundred Fofrty-seven ERS MIRIAM KNOWLTON BERNICE MCNAIR MRS. T. A. CLARK DAISY BLAISDELL MRS. F. H. KAY MRS. C. A. GILLE MERLE. TURNER B. H. SMITH, JR. VICTORIA FREDERICKS A. W. CRAVER HDMER REPLOGLE MERLE V. RAINES MARY W. PARSONS DUNLAP CASTLE H. MILES HEDERER ED HENNING Pierrots k . :Tay 10 l f .i T The Pierrots have for their sole purpose the furtherance of theatrics for men in the University. These theatrics have usually taken the form of light comic operas, written and played entirely by men. The activity of the organization which, like the activity of many other campus organizations, was hindered during the war perod, has been revived this year, and if the plans are carried out the student opera will again be a permanent and annual event. Agitation has already begun and plans are being made to produce the opera this spring, Because of the uncertain conditions an opera was temporarily abandoned and in its place Pierrots originated the scheme of vaudeville shows. These shows were so heartily received by the students that Pierrots determined to make them a permanent activity on the campus. Pierrots have always been associated with the Illinois Union, originally being known as the Dramatic Club of the Illinois Union. Both the Unon and the Pierrots realized a closer union between the two organizations would be beneficial, so during the present year such an affiliation was consummated. There is much need and desire among the students for maintenance of lighter dra- matics and it is the purpose of the Pierrots to fill just such a need and desire. Two Hundred Forty-eight The Pierrots T011 R0ll!fGllEENE, MICHAEL, KENNEDY, INGWERSEN Second Row-MALAI-ERT, SCIIOEEELER, PRESCOTT, RAPI-, TUTWILIER Third Row--CARLSEN, CLARK, TAYLOR, KING, KOIILICR Seniors A. A. DAILEY S. C. GREENE R. A. CARLSEN T. E. KENNEDY C. C. TAYLOR J. INGWERSEN Juniors LAVERNE RAPP K. W. CLARK 0. A. SCHOEEELER A. H. WATTS Two I'l1mdrcd Forty-'nine F. W. MEYER B. E. DAVIDSON R. E. TUTWILER W. M. MICHAEL E. L. MALAPERT J. S. PRESCOTT C. E. KOHLER P. G. KING The Star Course MANAGERS HAROLD F. COPE, Manager for the Adelphia Literary Society DAVID J. KADYK, Manager for the Philomathean Literary Society, March to September THOMAS GRiMM, Manager for the Philomathean Literary Society, September to June THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES LLOYD MOREY, Chairman C. 0. BORGMEIER, Senior member J. LAWRENCE ERB, Faculty member J. H. POWELL, Senior member LEW R. SARETT, Faculty member G. E. TAYLOR, Junior member J. H. BLISS, Junior member Two H undrcd Fifty The Star Course PROGRAM Paul Althouse, tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, Oetober 10, 1919 Maud Powell, world's greatest violinist, November 14, 1919 Emilio de Gogorza, baritone, February 11, 1920 Leopold Goclowsky, pianist, March 19, 1920 Margaret Matzenauer, contralto of the Metropolitan Opera Company, May 1, 1920 Devereaux Players, well known dramatic company Two Hundrcd Fifty-one ., .,, .,.,u, . ,f9,,l02lx,M . L. ,,,. . 1331.5 551' W1 my 5 1 3 ft 42 gg, The Post Exam Iubdee it-N, 1 fl '-ai it'-" J , I sae e , e C511 M29 - P- Q? 'QQ LQQKE ,HQ 5-'Cr ' tgp 9535 W? QW: 'FYQ R571 fi M51 GRY? F121 Hel? QQ ,iii E42 P533 ,N ii, at 952. 4293 ,iff F290 P1636 ,W X I. ,' Y f. hlflsg gif Fsf? irish KSSP A M511 Mother Eve, looking rather young in spite of her years, was the feature of the 1 ua . . . . . , jf 'I pnze-winmng act presented by Kappa Sigma at the 1920 Post Exam' Jubilee. "The 1,552 . . . . 'CU if Greatest Vamp" was the title of the skit. "A Vision of J udgment", a travesty on the S gg Q, -f . - . if 303 Greats and Ingrates of the campus, won the second prize for Acacia. jg? L93 ' Each year the Post Exam Jubilee, given under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. for the purpose of supporting a missionary movement, entertains and relaxes the students' I minds after the final exams at the end of the first semester. 7 ' -f'f'i Q1 Ga? 5 . I rl ' ggi? 5: iQ: Scfhqtl we fav, Eff? P1252 ts G32 9552 551355 3355 1553 iii? Q95 ggi QQG15 V597 ne-ia! + fri '55-af 1.5532 111372 MQ? 'EN N 55.2 ffg?:.Qji ff y 5 r'f'if 1 ,iyij IFPS! f ljf - Two Hundred Fifty-two :WH 1 t-,-'fivcxiigxz "" 'LW:'Fifaif4f:i''.'.i'Li.qiVLi,LQ-.itiQi" .,x.ui:' gzqe: J.. i' 1: 3,2 up .5151 L ' "O.1,l1xx5J'1in.. QJUULLQ gfzxx 1 " .1,.: 'iz .Lili . T' V " .g3:',ig: L' x """': "ii'f.i:'fA THEGRE TEST VAMP Harry Luther's burlesque 1-A -- - . ... A..-... impersonation of female celebrities of the musical com edy stage, won him the First prize for the individual stunt. Arthur A, Dailey, in his classic black-face role of "Bright Lights in N Black Town", carried away second prize. Luther imitated No1'a Bayes, Fay Bain- ter, the late Anna Held, and other famous i 1 Vi ' 'V stars of the stage. ' Dailey sang the old classics of the for- I mer student shows. "I Wasn't Scared" and ' "Those Lazy Blues", with his pantomime i poker games, were his features. Two Iluozdrcd 1"ifty-three if 1 HIS EG PTI LO lf: 1 ll I7 "Wise Solnmon's Follies" by Delta Phi presented u travesty nn faculty members and others with al well arrnmred program of songs and jokes. llus pre- sented u pluylet entitled "His Epfyptiun Love." lt was marked by burlesque dancinpr. Kirkpatrick and Kent, in Ten Minutes of Syncopation. made the decision of the individual stunt diflicult. The musical stunt of singing, clogging and dancing: by Thompson and Snively was exceptionally xrood. . -'N ., T i 1 I I l i i i i 1 I i i w i i i i .4 Two Hundred Fifty-fo: U' Varsity Debating ARNOLD NVOLFF SANDLICR The personnel of the fall debating team is as follows: Affirmative: J. H. POWELL, Cuptaifng A. T. ANDERSON, GEORGE TAYLOR Negative: E. A. SANDLER, Captaing D, A. WOLFF, A. A. ARNOLD RESOLVED: That Congress should enact into the law the Cummins plan for the administration of the railways. ' Results: Illinois 1, Minnesota 2. TAYLOR ANDERSON 1-OWELL Two Ilimdrcrl Ififly-jim: Varsity Debating I l i 1 i GILBERT SANDLER POVVELL The personnel of the spring debating team is as follows: Aflirmative: A. A. ARNOLD, Captaing W. M. MICHAEL, G. L. MEYER Negative: E, A. SANDLER, Captaing GEORGE G. GILBERT, J. H. POWELL RESOLVED: That the employees, as such, of all industrial corporations should be allowed to elect one-third of the members of the boards of directors. All directors to have equal voting power. Victor Galen Knight, '19, who has the record of never having been defeated in a debate, was appointed coach for the debating teams of the University. MEYER MICHAEL ARNOLD Two Hundred Fifty-six The Senior Ball f,.3g:1,' Realizing that they will dance for the last time " " " as students in the Gymnasium, the members of , ' the Senior Ball Committee are preparing to make this last social function of the Class of 1920 a fit- y , ting' climax to a college -career that has been iff crowded with scholastic worries, with campus and social activities, and in some cases, with the horrors and joys of war. On the night of June Fourteenth the seniors will cast aside all thoughts of the degrees that will be presented on the Sixteenth, they will for- get all thoughts of the uncertainty of a future in the busy world away from the campus, they will forget the many good times of the past four years, they will, in fact, concentrate all thought on making their last social function their best so- cial function. Music, food and decorations that will present the Gymnasium Annex in a new light, that will add an atmosphere unequaled in the history of, at least, the Class of 1920--all of these things are promised by the committee. When the last dance is called at three o'clock on the morning of June Fifteenth, then will the Class of 1920 dance its way from college life into the world beyond. THE COMMITTEE J. P. SCHNELLBACHER, Chaio-man LILLIAN BAETHKE P. R. MELANGTON VIRGINIA BOELLNER A. C. BECKEN, JR. AUSTIN Fox R. V. WATSON F. G. MAURER F. B. DOYLE C. C. TAYLOR FLORENCE LINDAHL G. W. KOCH Top Row-Miwnen, icocn, ivmi.ANO'roN, nixmnius, Fox, BECKEN, norms SOC07l!l 11010-TAYLOR, LINDAIIL, IIAAS, SCIINELLBACIIER, BOELLNER. WVATSON Two Hzmdrcd Fifty-svvvn THE JUNIOR PROM LoUIsE FAIRFIELD G. MUGGE 0TTo GRESENS J, H. ZIMMERMAN R. S. MORGAN M. C. GODDARD The Junior Prom When the first strains of music began to float over the light-bedazzled Hoor of the Gymnasium Annex on the night of February sixth, then be- gan the 1920 Junior Prom in such splendor of decorations, such bewitchingness of lights, such uniqueness of arrangement that its success was assured the first moment that the three hundred couples took their places in the opening Grand March. As the couples swung into the dancing, the lights-varied in color, in size and in brilliance- began a never-ending twinkle. Papier-mache devils, guarding the entrances, blinked at the ex- quisiteness. Tongues of fire hung from a ceiling that was decorated to suggest a realistic Hades, and did. These same tongues swirled and flashed as the shifting lights struck them. The dance as such was a success. The deco- rations as such were unique and attractive, ri- valed only by the many lavish gowns that helped make the picture a perfect blend of beauty. The entire atmosphere suggested a dance of yester- years, a dance of before the ,war. THE COMMITTEE W. W. BROWN, Chaffrman R. P. SHONKWILER MARIE DOBYNS CHRISTINE STUBBS L. E. GOWER C. R. SUTTON M. Q. LYTLE G. E. TAYLOR S. DARLEY H. GROTEFELD H. W. KLAMSER L. M. BERNHISEL Top Raw-DARLEY, TAYLOR, 1cI.AMsIan, GROTEFELD Second Row-MUGGE, GOWER, MORGAN, SUTTON, corumnu, LYTLE Third Row-ZIMMERMAN, FAIRFIELD, wII.ToN, STUIIHS, nRowN, noRYNs, sII0NKwII.ER Two llunflrcd Fifty-nine 1 The Sophomore Cotillion vr:,.v .1 M ' Q 'ng .. , ,,rx.......f..........,,.-.......4.... .7 -Di 6961 . ,CHAIRMAN RUTH BREWER NELLE WILLSON C. A. Arwoon E. P. BARTLING ALLEN BULLEY R. Z. HENLE From the Artic Zone to Palm Beach! This was the seeming effect produced when the Sophomore Cotillion guests stepped from the wind and snow blown streets on the evening of January ninth into the Gymnasium Annex and found awaiting them a realistic reproduction of a huge garden in the balmy days of Spring. Out- side, one of the most severe storms of winter was raging and the thermometer had long passed the dreaded zero mark, inside, however, a pink an'd white color scheme, in which was intermingled the enticing colors and shapes of cherry blos- soms, defied King Winter to disturb the dancers. Though the cold winds swept over the Annex in a mighty roar, the first strains of the Grand March found the joy-loving Sophomores quite ready to discard all thought of the elements and revel in the pleasures of sunny syncopation. When the evening had been danced away and two o'clock began its approach, the happy Cotil- lioners, though far from anxious, were ready to leave the Palm Beach atmosphere, scurry through the chill of a Champaign blizzard, and hunt out the home firesides where they might recall the pleasures of a happy and successful evening. THE COMMITTEE MALVERN L. DIESEL, Cll.fH:?'?I7.fL'l7. 50952151 F1 B. LEBOWICH DOROTHY CASSINGHAM HILL MILDRED MURPHY HART R. G. THOMPSON COOLIDGE H. L. BARTHOLOMEW HUSTED C. J. EGGEMAN J. H. WHITTIER Top Row-wulrrlx-rn, IlAR'l'l,INli, 'ruom-sox, Arwoon ' S1-1-and Hou'-'ruin lllilllllbll COOIIIIU lmR1'llol,0Ml-:w, mls!! lccl NIXN, HULLEY Third If0ll'7lllSTII1 muxun lu xii c.xss1xu1mAi, nonixsox wiusov, um.. Munvxn' Two Illmdrvd Siwty H ,. The Military Ball .-....-.-.-.-...-. V.A,. .....Q i .-. M V... .. .A,... . .1 Soldier, sailor, marine and civilian mingled to- gether on the night of February twentieth in the Gymnasium Annex in a spirit and picture of har- mony that made the Military Ball characteristic in tone and appearance, a thing apart from other social functions of the year. Though the Military Ball, through its mixture of varied uniforms and evening clothes, was nec- essarily stamped with marked individuality, these alone did not complete the effect. It remained for the decorations to make the individuality en- tirely harmonious. i The lattice work on the booths was gracefully T draped with a black and white admixtureg from the center of the ceiling, converging toward the sides of the hall, red, purple, and yellow stream- ' ers hung in a sylphish, mystical fashion. That ' the atmosphere might be complete, a God of J ' w . . p Mars, with piercing eyes and grotesque figure, ' t B0denychafz f I 4 stood in the center of the floor and surveyed the CHAIRMAN R , gliding couples. The 1920 Military Ball was ' strictly military in flavor with just the needed 'A " civilian touch to produce a harmonious whole. l R - . 1 THE COMMITTEE ARTHUR H. BODENSCHATZ, Chairman R. S. REDING L.cH. GUENTHER E. J. SMILEY L. H. YEAGER J. J. BICKEL G. M. CROSBY G. S. KENNELLEY R. G. TOLMAN M. D. DURHAM W. C. HAMILL L. B. REED L. H. TUTTLE R. S. NELSON G. E. DICKSON W. B. MILLIKEN C. ST. CLAIR DRAKE H. H. ARcHBoLD Top Row-NELsoN, mann, 'ro1.MAN, Ancxmoum, nrmxm Second R010-HAMILL, 1cENNEm.Ey, n1c1isoN, MLLIKEN, YEAGER, BICKEL Third Row-nenmc, DURHAM, cnosny, nonENsc1IA'rz, SMILEY, GUENTHER, 'ru'r'rI.E Two Hundred Sixty-one The Freshman Frolic Top Ham-Au-:xANrnan, MAYNH, uovr, Anmis, 1c1Nns'rnoM Second Rau----korcil, WVILICS, x1Au.onAx, PICAII Third Row--il'NTIcos1', 1'mcAnwl:LL, CANNON, Mc cxcLI.ANn, Mc muon THE COMMITTEE JOHN D. CANNON, Chairmfm WILLIAM STURGEON JOHN ADAMS JOSEPH MAYNE MYNETTA KOTCH ROBERT MCBRIDE STUART PIERSON ELIZABETH PIGALL RICHARD PENTICOST MELVIN KINDSTOM DOROTHY WILES FLORENCE HALLORAN LUCIUS HOYT JULIAN ALEXANDER HARRIET MCCELLAND REGINALD COLEY LAURA TREADWELL Back in November, 1919, on the Fifteenth to be quite exact, the Freshmen came into their own. Their first days of adjustment to the University Campus had passed without bringing to them any of the real joys of belonging to the Class of 1923, but on this night, they assembled in the Gymnasium Annex and indulged in the proverbial, and annual, Freshmen Frolic. When they entered the Gymnasium, they knew nothing of the thrills of this yearly mixer-they only knew that they had been asked to wend their way through the fall evening without a partner. Groups of women wandered in and looked around 3 groups of men did the same. And then, varied colored tags were distributed, an announce- ment was made that all bearing tags of certain colors might danceg the band of the evening began a frolicking jazz number and the Class of '23 mixed in the first joyful evening of the many awaiting them as they ascend the scholastic ladder. Curfew blew for them at 11:45 o'clock, but the few short hours were crowded with short, pleasure-bringing minutes. When the men and women, this time not necessarily alone, started for their respective homes, a new Illinois class had been introduced to Illinois' social life. Two Ilundrcd Sixty-two The Cadet Hops Top Ifow---smirn, nw DICKINSON Sr-cond Hou--nuror, puma, nAnNrc'r'r, umssum Third How-uurcN'1'1ncn llICl'EL, 1somaNsc1m'1'z, mmlmiu, Mum ms THE COMMITTEE A. H. BODENSCHATZ, Chairman J. J. BICKEL L. N. WHITE C. T. DYE M. D. DURHAM I. W. BARNETT C. A. J. BULOT L. H. GUENTHER R. E. DICKINSON N. F. BLESSUM W. B. MILLIKEN C. D. SMITH One of the first thoughts which occurred to officers of the Student Brigade last fall was that of bringing the men together at other times than on the drill field. To accomplish this, and to do it in a manner that would give them' a chance to mingle in a comradie spirit, a committee was appointed to revive the once popular Ubefo' de wah" Cadet Hops. Each battalion chose a representative to form with six commissioned of- ficers the revival committee, On November fourteenth, this early fall thought bore fruit and a Cadet Hop was held in the Gymnasium Annex. It was among the first dances of the year which had out-of-the-ordinary decorations. Simple, but unique, flag arrangements gave a dis- tinctly military atmosphere to the Annex, and that the picture might be even more complete, uniforms, though not in abundance, were evidenced frequently. Then, came the early closing of the University at Christmas, date conHicts arose, and the basketball season opened, and the proposed bi-weekly hops were delayed. So successful was the first and only one that the committee hopes to arrange at least one more before the closing of the regular semester will bring about a complete change in the brigade personnel. Two Himrlrcd Siarty-tlrrcc The Illinois Union Dances Top Row-1.ovnTT, SALZENSTEIN Second ROI!!-ARRASMITII, cANNoN, AuNor.n THE ILLINOIS UNION SOCIAL COMMITTEE W. S. ARRASMITH, Chairman First Semester Second Semester I. B. Gonna, Chairman A. A. ARNOLD J. F, MARTINO J. W. CANNON L. C. SALZENSTEIN R. F. LOVETT L. C. SALZENSTEIN With the Illinois Union taking its logical commanding position in the campus life of the students, it necessarily followed that the same representative body would find a place for functioning in the social life of the University. It did this through the excel- lent management of the week-end Union dances. When campus policies have been in doubt, it has been natural for the student to turn toward the Union for guidanceg and so, when the students wondered what they might do to pass sanely through the many week-ends of a University career, it was perfectly natural that they should patronize the dances in College and Bradley Halls. The committees appointed by the Union to look after these activities worked hard throughout the semesters to assure success to the dances. It may have been plain hard workg it may have been exceptional managementg it may have been-well, no matter what element entered, the dances were successful. Bradley Hall, in the past not always on the same level of popularity as College, was redecorated this year and soon regained its lost prestige. Judgment was used in the sale of tickets, and though the dances were always well attended, impossible-to- dance-crowds never found a place to exist. - Two Hundred Sixty-four , 9' -. A ffxvflli .. V' Ffwij if X Qi' VI fl , fl al ,M 1 4+ A xy S 51 Q a gf Q' -- H ff? ,y +,.f'1 f V L Q3 O-unfair-u.uL x Z .4 '. rv "I Li Q , 1 " , vig E 1 1 P V f I , N. b " I 4, K 'x f of, kv" -Cnyxfu 'Hg R'-Ir' ' 'inf 9,115.55 ff " 5" : 7,,,"7 3 , 9225, -:Q ' Y' f 4' fr , ' , 5 4 IV' A I ' I ,Q I I The University of Illinois Military Bands yi ' .1 ALBERT AUSTIN HARDING l- Director , i l' E. lu- T QQ OFFICERS President, E. E. NEwcoMB Business Manager, T. E. HEMB 1 Secretary, W. C.' GRIFFITH Drum Major, H. F. COPE 24 yi 1 ,Li Financial Secretary, W. A. DIESEL Advertising Manager, S. S. OMANSKY . :4 1. all l, lv- L 1."a, V' 1 1, ii? , ri' ,., il' lk. -,-x ls, -.! v - .nil Y lx .f-1 ll 133.413 lv :M .M ilfffirllf , ll'551i1f gil: lkzlfi' '-:U l -'Suri 1'-'v lgfiir Hnmi, 1 ...buy : - ffl I l :Tk 1' AQ: ilfffill HL i 5 'fu w ,M Ng.: W 'x.--Ai E , ,M u'. - u verfw i 6 if h ,j'F"i rfzsgl ' w Af' i . ' lf-'11 Two Hundred Sixty-Jive , .pry K sggzl-EIr:':r.LLzizgLx'xg '--33 'if "1'1,.,L1'i'7 J?u: : 1u1iu1:,,x,LLQ141u::g Jim:NVQZYI5,L'.iv.7tQill1-1x1JKJ:NA1.' .1.:x::i,1 Q.: . 1111: v: ', 1, ' ,:1r',,.,':1 - . . -L '.',f1:'-nf., ',,'.'f,..:rf'v'-. ,':'r:... A P- :f,7,.', : k. ,f,- 4. f ... f. .X 'f-3. , g.-' Q . "L i,1,.'- y- . , , lr ' THE CONCERT BAND The University of illinois Military Bands The military and concert bands of the University frive the student a rare opportunity to Het a musical education. He is given a try-out when he first enters, and assigned to the concert, first, or second regiment band according: to his merit. Those in the regiment band DHHS into the first, and on into the concert as they become more proflieient. The three bands are under the direction ol' A. Austin Hardimr, the prog.-:rams worked up under his direction beim: a tribute to his musical talent and his ability as a director. His attention is given chiefly to the concert band, an organization of' eighty-five select musicians, doing' only concert work. The band is one of the best in the country, playim: only the best music. and having a larger and more complete instrumentation than any other band in America. Members ol' the band are furnished instru- ments and Lriven instructions on them. Besides numerous University concerts the band takes a tour of the state, plays a series ot' spring concerts, and also appears for the various athletic events. The first and second resriment bands'l'urnish music on the drill field and rehearse concert music. Their members are afforded every opportunity for advancement and promotion according: to merit into the concert organization. The opportunity to become acquainted with the best music, learn directing, and master an instrument is a rare chance that no student, intent on getting: a musical education along: with his college work, can afford to neglect. k,'..M .K X, 5 Two Ilwndrctl Six ty-seven . The Concert Band Solo Clarinets F. M. Lescher Milton Dreyfus B. E. Davidson J. C. Porter R. T. Olmsted G. O. Jones First Clarinets M. H. Cook C. A. Webber W. K. Hrabik A. A. Brensky G. W. Williamson Second Clarinets C. Z. Rosecrans J. J. McDonald J. J. Clegg L. C. Yeager Third Clarinets A. T. Kenyon Fred Bohn M. W. Morgan V. L. Gould Alto Clarlnets H. F. Cope M. T. Krone Bass Clarinets C. H. Kelly H. H. Kaiser - Soprano Octavin C. H. Crim Soprano Saxophone W. R. Borough Alto Saxophones W. A. Diesel W. D. Wood H. D. Freeman Tenor Saxophones C. H. Radeke C. S. Icenogle Baritone Saxophones H. A. Robinson R. P. Walsh Bass Saxophone R. E. Garn Flutes and Piccalos J. T. Schott A. C. Rehnquist L. F. Helbling A. D. Wiles T. O. Larsen ROSTER 1919-20 A-flat Clarinet F. M. Lescher E-flat Clarinet R. W. Michael Oboes R. K. Cummings Jay Richmond Cor Anglais R. K. Cummings Bassoons R. I. Shawl R. F. Dvorak Contra-Bassoon T. R. Morrison Sarrusophone H. T. Sowers Antoniophone A. W. Craver Cello H. H. Hawes String Basses E. J. Fjeld J. D. Cole, Jr. E-flat Basses F. A. Wiltz L. L. Steimley BB-flat Basses C. E. Palmer E Hugh Fitch E. A. Muhs Xylophone and Chimes O. E. Schoeffler' M arimb aphone H. M. Heberer Snare Drums C. L. Ellis R. L. Castle H. M. VanDoren Bass Drum H. E. Kent Tympani S. S. Omansky Solo Cornets E. E. Newcomb A. N. Brabrook A. F. Rackerby T. E. Hemb First Cornets W. B. Mowery F. A. Wand Flugel-horns R. E. Kent E. S. Clark Trumpets R. C. Huffer R. L. Thompson M. H. Hunt H. B. Smith Alto Trumpet E. C. Wascher Bass Trumpet A. R. Belton French Horns W. H. Hyslop G. B. McMillen W. C. Grimth B. A. Edie K. A. Ford W. B. Sutherland W. R. Edie J. M. Knappenberger Tenor Trombones L. C. Cannon H. G. Whitman A. R. Wilson F. G. Olbrich W. D. Crooker H. H. Webster Bass Trombones L. D. Lloyd W. R. Pinkerton Euphoniums DaVon Smith L. W, Downey Fred Smith Baritones S. R. Negley W. J. Dart A. R. Eastman Band Clerk L. W. Lehman Propertymen L. A. Stoner B. Brown Office Secretary A. G, Mathews Librarian Q M. H. Cable Piano R. A. Carlsen Two H undrcd Sixty-eight First Regiment Band Solo Clarinets W. M. Morgan M. T. Krone V. L. Gould First Clarincts E. L. Goble H. H. Kaiser A. G. Ellis Second Clarinets S. B. Kitch P. H. Esslinger Chas. Hagener Third Clarinets H. L. Huston R, K. Eden Piccolo and Flnte J. J. Fletcher E-Flat Clarinet A. K. Hillemeier Saxopho.nes W. R. Borough E. V. Welch E. S. Hanson T. R. Morrison W. Y. Armstrong K. T. McCormick R. L, Brube ROSTER 1919-20 Solo Cornets A. W. Craver E. P. Messinger H. E. Carlton C. A. Morrison A. R. Belton I. M. Funk First Cornets H, E. Lazier E. E. Ebner M. W. Bruns O. L. Welsh Second Cornets C. E. Holmes G. D. Adsit C. W. Vissering C. H. Stinson Third Cornets J. C. Worley A. S. Phillips French Horns E. S. Meder R. S. Fisher H. G. Amos 'D. A. Green Mellophones J. T. Merritt L. L. Leeper Tenor Troinbones H, H. Webster L. E. Ball. S. W. Parker V. B. Neiswanger R. L. Howard Bass Trombones M. E. Brame A. W. Sloan Baritones A. R. Eastman W. A, Morgan L. W. Robison G. W. Moore G. G. Dyer L. O. Fencken E-flat Basses R. E. Garn E. C. Moore J. R. McDonald W. B. Peterson H. C. Harmeling BB-flat Basses W. B. Warnock A. G. Higgs String Bass W. M. Weidemeyer Snare Drums H. B. Glascock B'. P. Burt W. L. Greene B. W. Werts H. R. Fitzhenry R. H. Gorell Bass Drum and Cymbals H. H. Hawes E. B. Henning Second Regiment Band First Clarinets F. O. Goodwill H. T. Keister L. A. Stoner Second Clarinets R. FL Meyer H. T. Dixon G. V. Stambaugh Saxophones A. L. Bert A. H. Oehl M. B. Smith H. D. Taylor R. L. Grube D. W. Pease J. D. Cannon F. D. Laverty D. L. Jones D. F. Lafuze W. C. Stutzman Two Hundred Sixty-nine ROSTER 1919-20 Solo Cornets N. F. Garvey K, C. Quillman L. C. W. Alison H. V. Trovillion W. W. Wallace First Cornets P. H. Lockhart P. W. Greeley E. B. Strauss Second Cornets Altos V. R. Seed Jesse Sanmson B, F. Hasler T. E. Hollingshe C. K. Rizer T. B. Trabue J. H. Dungan ad Trombones C. P. Baber C. L. Myers W. C. Cunningham S. A. Jensen Baritones L. O, Fencken L. C. Goad Basses R. J. Berry M. S. Sabin L. L. Winn Drums R. B. Law J. A. Drielsma P. M. Ohnemus M, A. Blumenthal E. E. Wagner H. E. O. Heineman The University Glee and Mandolin Club Top ff0lU-IKAUS, MARQUIS, MICHAEL, I.LliWlCLI.YN, KENT, DE JARNICTTE, POOR, BARBER SCCOMII 110111--IIASHROOK, PINKIEI., DEIIMAN, MAKICPEACE, LOGAN, KRUEGER, DOusoN, IIARMELING NOLAN FLEMING Tll.iI'l'l R010-IVIGRSON, JIRKA, XVOLFF, BRUNKOXY, YVEIISTER, WVINSHOROUGII, BAKER, FAVINGHR, MCDONAIU Fourth UUNNINGIIAM Ifllllf---ARCIIIKOLD, IIAKICR, HRITTON, GRIMM, NOLICN, SIIRYOCK, RRUNBMICYIZR, LLOYD, MURRAY Id NT SCIIOENING Tenors R. S. LLEWELLYN R. S. POOR O. E. BRUNKOW H. H. WEBSTER R. G. CONE L. A. PINKEL M. S. BARBER S. L. BIESPIEL A. E. IVERSON G. Y. DOBSON H H KANTER W. C. CUNNINGI-IAM E. F. SOHOENING R. S. DE JARNETTE W. E. BAUS R. P. MCDONALD First Mandolins H. H. ARCHBOLD F. BAKER D. A. WOLFF R. E. Foss V. B. MARQUIS Third Mandolins P. F. KENT W. E. PERKINS R. L. HASBROOK C. A. HARLAN THE GLEE CLUB THE MANDOLIN CLUB Basses L. D. LLOYD H. F. NOLEN P. A. ANDERSON J. B. BAKER H. R. BRUNEMEYER E. W. SAVAGE F, W. LOGAN W. M. MICHAELS W. L. FAVINGER J. L. WILLIAMSON R. E. WELDON H. C. HARMELING F. L. JIRKA J. E. MAOHAMER R. G. KILLEFER M. L. CONE T. J. NOLAN F. G. MAKEPACE Second Mandolins G. A. KRUEGER T. C. GRIMM L. A. FLEMING E. M. MURRAY P. T. DEDMAN Tenor Mandolin L. W. SHRYOCK Accompanists RICHARD KENT M. V. BRITTON Two Hundred Seventy The University WOman's Glee Club Top .ROZU-PIIELPS, MOORE, OIIIERITII, PARKER, AITIIEN, ICIIIBY Second Row-FULTON, I-AYNE, n. CALDWELL, STONE, IIESS, VOLLIXRACIIT, PISRROTT, LENT, LUTTON Tlmd R010-OMANSKY, Monms, RICE, WINOEIIT, MC ANALLY, II. cA1.nwELL, IIUIIBARD, FURST, TERPINIT1 Fourth Row-nEI.LIcISLE, nAvIS, SHADE, DORULLIS, FORSTER, WALKER, IUSII, FARMER, NEWTON, cOcIInANr First Sopmno BERTHA BELLE ISLE VERONICA DAVIS MARJORIE FULTON NORINE FURST DORIS HESS HELEN NEWTON DORA OMANSKY ALMA S. PERROTT BEULAH SHELDON JENNIE TERPINITZ PEARL WALKER First Alto HELEN CALDWELL FRANCES DAHM RACHEL GRIFFITH OSA LENT MARION MCANALLY ETHEL PARKINSON FLORENCE VOLLBRACHT HELEN MOORE Two Hundred Seven ty-one Director J. LAWRENCE ERB Accompanists Second Soprano COLEITA AITKEN MARY BARRETT FLORENCE COCHRANE RUTH FARMER MARY FORSTER REGINA GUNTHER ANNABELLE LUTTON ALICE MORSE EUGENIA SHOONOVER ELIZABETH STONE DOROTHY WIERSEMA BETTY WINGERT Second Alto RUTH CALDWELL BERTHA DORULLIS VIVIAN FISH MARTHA HUBBARD NELLE KIRBY GLADYS MORRIS MAURINE PAYNE LOIS RICE MARY M. SHADE MARY PHELPS The Ag Glee Club Top If0Il'7MAlil'Il"HACIC, Ausnunv, czlmv, nnUNNI:Mm'1cn Sm-ond Ifozv--SIIIVMAN, nl.1'MlcN'1'll,u., wlI.l,l1:Y, HRICXVHAKICR, 'mvlxul-in Purpose: "To serve the good rural folk in music and song." First Tenor F. H. SHUMAN G. S. WILLEY Second Tenor H. E. BREWBAKER S. J. GRAY OFFICERS President, H. R, BRUNNEMEYER Manager, G. S. WILLEY MEMBERS . Accomymnist M. BLUMENTHAL H P? First Bass L. TAVINGER R. BRUNNEMEYER Second Tenor G. AUSBURY G. MAKEPEACE Two Ilmzdrcd Severity-two l 15 1 ,g , I , 5 Q , 1 , y-r--.,............ ......, ,,.M:,.X,,?.:.r,7,,,,,,,.,.,.,., ..., - ,.. .-,.,, . ,.,, X, HX, 4 V "HIV ,XC , . !, , X1' LTYXIWQ ' " , 1 "rr'q:7:1','v1'1:gi 1 1. r 1, 1 . ' n ' 1 ,Af '.,i1 ,., X ,,,, , 1 ' 'QT v , ' x ,4 , , ,x X, Q, 1, ,' 1 4 , I r 1, ,, ,J 1 1: - l 1 ', I 5 V 1 , ,, 3 44111.12 111 1.1 1 ' '1 . K ,1 n 1 ,r 1 1 5, , -e wb . 4 I , 'F , 4: ' L13 , ,ga , X , , , x . X , , 1- X ,, 4 ! - 5 , ,I .1 r 'I . X. Q . 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BROWN, RISSINOER, OLANDER, CARNEY, WALQUIBT, RIRIQPATRICK, JOHNSON, NVEISS, NVROBKE Second Row-CASREY, OvERnEE, D. BIIOVVN, ZIMMERMAN, vAIL, BLOUNT, LARIMER, RAISER Third Row-LEITCII, FIELD, SCHUII, TAYLOR, DEPLER, I-ETTY, KOPP, HAAS, UOvE.IoY Fourth Row-EMERY, MC KAY, BARKLAGE, I-ROBST, CARROLL, A1-I-LECRAN, WILSON, EDNVARDS, FELMLEY, DIEHL OFFICERS President, ROBERT S. EMERY Vice-President, CLARENCE APPLEORAN Secretary-Treasufrer, E. THOMAS JOHNSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILLIAM K. KOPP BURTON A. INGWERSEN NEIL M. LEITCH C. ERNEST LOVEJOY CLARENCE APPLEGRAN GEORGE KOCH OTIS PETTY RALPH E. FLETCHER OLIVER F. BARKLACE HAROLD R, RYAN BURTON A. INGWERSEN WILLIAM K. KOPP CHARLES CARROLL ROBERT S. EMERY CHARLES R. SCHUH KENNETH L. WILSON E. DAVID BROWN ERNEST MCKAY BURTON A. INGWERSEN J. STANLEY PROBST WILLIAM K. KOPP JOHN H. WALDO Two Hundred Seventy-five ROBERT H. FLETCHER CHARLES R. CARNEY ALBERT MOHR JESSE KIRKPATRICK MILTON OLANDER LAWRENCE W. WALQUIST JOHN W. SABO HARRY SHLAUDEMAN Baseball F. DEWEY WROBKE PAUL KAISER HAROLD A. DIEHL W S. ARRASMITH J. B. EDWARDS Tfrack JOHN S. PRESCOTT WALTER BLOUNT GEORGE R. CASKEY R. A. LII-'VENDAHL W. W. BROWN Basketball PAUL C. TAYLOR KENNETH L. WILSON ROBERT H. FLETCHER CLARENCE APPLEGRAN Swimming Tennis ERNEST G. MCKAY EDWARD C. STERNAMAN R. A. LIFVENDAHL CLARENCE EMS F. C. LARIMER RICHARD W. REICHLE JOHN C. DEPLER STUYVESANT SMITH E. THOMAS JOHNSON RAYMOND C. HAAS FOSTER M. LALOR D. K. KISSINGER ROBERT- A. GARDINER J. N. WEISS J. H. ZIMMERMAN BASIL BENNETT RAYMOND C. HAAS J. B. FELMLEY C. W. VAIL, JR. HARRY SHLAUDEMAN GEORGE HUFF DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS If in your visits to South America, Africa, Aus- tralia, or any other remote corner of the world, you should chance to mention Illinois, the first name to Hash into the mind of your companion will be "G," Huff. "G.", more than any other man, is re- sponsible for Illinois' famous fighting spirit. One of the greatest athletes of his own undergraduate days, he has fostered collegiate sports as no other man in the world could have done it. As baseball coach, his teams have been the admiration of fans of all states. Never, under his leadership, has the nine fallen below second place and thirteen cham- pionhips in his twenty-four years of coaching have stamped him the greatest college baseball coach of all time. As director of athletics and founder of the School of Athletic Coaching, NG." has further placed himself among the leaders of clean and effi- cient sportsmanship. One could write for pages upon his accomplishments, but suffice it to say that Illinois' ideals of fairplay, her ability to win with- out boasting and lose without whining are directly traceable to his quiet, but ever-present guidance. ROBERT C. ZUPPKE FOOTBALL COACH Until the season of 1913, Illinois' place in the football sun was a rather shadowy one, little better than the also ran class. Since that eventful year, four championships and runners-up galore have been her contribution to the gridiron history of the west. The explanation is easy-Robert C. Zuppke, or "Zup" as he is known on the field. Coming to Illinois after producing innumerable title-winning high school elevens for Oak Park and Musketeen, Michigan, Zup at once found a place for himself among the leading mentors of the country. His fight and energy which, despite his lack of weight, won him a place on Wisconsin's second team during his collegiate days, has become an integral part of every Illinois man's makeup. As a result, an Illi- nois eleven is never beaten until the whistle blows. This season's wonderful achievement of winning six out of seven conference games, the hardest schedule eve1' attempted by a conference team, is lairgely due to his inspiration and energetic leader- s lp. Two Hundred Seventy-six HARRY L. GILL TRACK COACH Only three dual meets lost by Illinois since 1904, champions and stars in abundance-that is Harry L. Gill's record as track coach. Himself a former all- round champion of America, both amateur and pro- fessional, Harry Gill has steadily produced teams that are among the best in the country. Track, unlike other sports, is largely a matter of individual achievements, and many a conference record has been brought to Il- linois through his training. Developing stars out of seemingly impossible material is his favorite pastime. His biggest gift to the track teams of the country is the Annual Relay Carnival, which is equal to the Penn relays in importance, teams from all parts of the coun- try entering the contests. Gill is a big fellow, quiet almost to the point of shyness, but when he speaks the track men listen. Tzvo Humlrcd Swan ty-scvcn RALPH R. JONES BASKETBALL COACH Basketball, like football, was a necessary evil at Il- linois until 1913 when Ralph Jones was lured away from Purdue to take charge of the Orange and Blue fives. Since then Illini stock has rated highly in the basketball markets. The next season found him leader of the runners up, and the following year of an un- beaten five, which helped to complete Illinois' great record of four championships in one year. Second place was his berth the next year while his squad tied for first in 1917. Prior to entering the ranks of Big Ten leaders, Jones was for five years mentor at Wa- bash College where his teams lost but five games in that time, winning from Columbia University, Yale, Minnesota and other championship teams of the time. When not telling it to the basketeers, Jones coaches the freshman football and baseball squads. GEORGE CLARK .. X, I 1 I BASEBALL COACH George f"Potsy"J Clark, '16, is the man upon whose shoulders UG." Huff has laid the task of lead- ing the Illini nine. A product of Illinois where he became one of the greatest athletes in the country, "Potsy" has the assurance of the support of all Illini While in school he was one of "G's" hard hitting outfielders, playing on the championship 1915 and , 1916 teams. But his chief fame lies on the grid- I iron where he was one of the greatest quarter- backs the game has produced. He was all-confer- ence quarter in 1914 and 1915. After graduating he became assistant coach at the University of Kan- , sas, later entering the army and serving in France where he found time between battles to play the . leading role for the 89th Division in the divisional ARTHUR J. SCHUETTNER DIRECTOR OF THE GYMNASIUM Arthur J. Schuettner is the freshman's friend. He's the man who has charge of the gymnasium and lets the frosh enjoy a few hours of setting up exercises each week. Illinois has had other physical directors, but "Schutt's" chief distinction is that he has made Illinois an athletic school, by developing mass athletics, thus giving hundreds of men an op- portunity to enjoy the thrills of team competition, along with the needed recreation and healthful ex- ercise. He also coaches the gymnastics team and at odd times assists the coaches of the freshman varsity squads to battle the Varsity. Schuettner is a graduate of the Indiana Normal College of Physical Education and was winner of the all- round championships at the St. Louis meet in 1914. championship football contest as well as playing on the title winning baseball team. Two Hundred Seventy-eight .',lJQ,gg'V"' ' -lille-,+ve The Cheer Leaders Illinois Spirit! In victory or de- feat. with the team far in the lead, or hopelessly beaten, it never faszsl Throughout the football and basketball seasons. Illini rooters knew that they had a distinct place in their teams' successes. Led by Cheerleaders A. L. Barton and A. A. Dailey, and their corps of as- sistants, the Illini gang never fail- ed to pull for the team. Whether it was on Sunday morning and the yelling was to celebrate the return of a victorious team or at a mass mcetinxz where the gram: was just fretting up steam for the strumxle, or on the field. itself. those pryrat- inxr. yell inspiring: gentlemen kept the crowd in the game all the time. A. L. BARTON A. A. DAILI-:Y Two Hundred Seventy-nine I Y lfgff-XA,-1"'-aff 1. .,l'Il,11,IQ1 .-Y, lfvll-r ,--- ff 41 ., ,A-K-.U v I 3 0 nl M if, 141,14 .V 1-H - -Lupe '...-an-Llbvzlfw. -121:-- f .::ui:'-f- -1. 11 ,.-un, , , L.. x - XT 1 4' 1-'I' w x 1' 'M H' "fi ,il .v - i ,,NL , , .V ,v.-l,,.,,, 1,4 ,g he l r 7. -if .11 A rl 'v ,, ,l 5 1 V ,1 .W ,- Ll ll' fir, 151, wg., I -4 o ,wx . ,L in we 2 . X 3, 4. rs, A, ,lm ,.l i 1 lg' f 1 , V ,.?- .s xgv ,Ji .tw me lie .QM-x 2114, rE,,,r ' 1 V, fili- , . 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L Two llundrcd Eighty Varsity Football -1 - Q Top Rowfzur-Pm-1, fCoach7, non I"l.E'I'CIIliR, w.u.qUrs'r, Koen, SIILAUDICMAN, SMITH, LINIYGRICN, KCOGCILJ Second IIOIIY--IIULLOCK, lTrainr-rj, SIMMONS, Ullanam-rJ, MOHR, CRANGLE, OLANIIICR, STERNAQIAN, rm II FLl'C'l'CI I ICR , LOVIEJ OY Thirzl lf0lU-'-REICl!l.l'I, PFITTY, Ax'Pl,E1:nAN, liorxl, DliI'I.l'IIl, LIFVI-INDAIII., INGWERSEN, CARNHY Coach, ROBERT C, ZUPPKE OFFICERS Captain, W. K. KOPP Assistant Coach, JUSTA LINDGREN Captain-elect, JOHN C. DEPLER A Manager, E. L. SIMMONS C. O. APPLEGRAN, guafrd C. R. CARNEY, end W. F. CRANGLE, full-back J. C. DEPLER, center BOB FLETCHER, quarteo'-baclc RALPH FLETCHER, half-back G. W. KOCH, guard W. K. KOPP, full-baclc L. W. B. A. INGWERSEN, tackle W Two Ilumlrcrl Eiylnty-one Twnincr, D. M. BULLOCK PERSONNEL R. A. LIFVENDAHL, guard C. E. LOVEJOY, quarteo'-back A. W. MOHR, guarcl M. M. OLANDER, faclcle L. O. PETTY, tackle W. REICHLE, end HARRY SHLAUDEMAN, center S. SMITH, end E. C. STERNAMAN, half-back ALQUIST, half-back F lifai. .- hilt., l .l., I 1 .:l'll, " lil! . if .Elf 11 l l "The gamest team that ever wore the Orange and Blue" is the honored title won by Bob Zuppke's 1919 champions. When the curtain had fallen on the most dramatic gridiron season witnessed in decades, not a solitary eleven was left to dispute her. Seven conference squads were met and six of them beaten, the hardest schedule ever undertaken by a Big Ten team. And to make the triumph all the more noteworthy, only one opponent, Michigan, was beaten without a battle. Every other contest was a fight from kickoff until whistle. Like many an other Illini aggregation, the squad rounded into form slowly. Reg- istration found practically the entire 1918 team back in school with an equally talented group of returned service men also on hand to fight for places. Dutch Sternaman, captain of the 1918 eleven who entered the army, was back in molesking so were Harry Shlaudeman and Otis Petty, Clarance Applegran and Clarence Ems. Every man to make the squad was a veteran in the game. October 11 was the official opening day for Illinois and found the Zuppites play- ing against Purdue, The contest, played at Lafayette, was staged in a sea of mud, substitutes galore were used and the final score was 14 to 7 in favor of the Illini. "Piggy" Leitch, one of the stellar linemen was injured in this contest and was unable to appear regularly afterwards. Iowa was the next opponent, appearing on Illinois Field with one of the best teams in the conference, the following week. With Slater, colored tackle leading in the work, the Hawkeyes presented a defense that made the going stiff for the Indians, while a forward pass put the visitors into the lead in the first quarter. The rejuvena- tion of the ancient onside kick gave Illinois her touch down -in the second period and Ralph Fletcher's place kick put her into the lead by a 9 to 7 count. Wisconsin came next, and the less said about that visit, the better, for the count was 14 to 10 in the visitors' favor when the dust had finally settled on the gridiron. One of the encourag- ing features of the contest was the work of Jack Crangle, giant full-back who made his first start in this combat. As usually happens when a team loses, dopsters began to drop her from all con- sideration. Consequently these said dopesters were considerably shocked when Stagg's titular bound Maroons were treated to a 10 to 0 trouncing as a part of the great Home- coming celebration. Jack Crangle was a big factor in this melee, as also was Ralph Fletcher who repeated his feat of the previous two contests and planted a field goal across the bar. Wisconsin's defeat at the hands of Minnesota was another upset of the day and one that made the Illini-Gopher tilt another important battle. And the dopesters were not far wrong in predicting a great fight, for only an old-time Indian comeback was able to snatch victory from defeat and keep the Indians in the race. Led by Arnold Oss, Gopher half back, the home squad literally ran rings around the Illini linemen during the early periods, leading at the end of the third quarter 6 to 0. A pair of long passes put the ball between the Gopher posts, however, and Ralph Fletcher's toe raised the count to 10 points. Two H undrcd Eighty-two , 1:,.::i.4:,,, ,.,r:.:,:,- ::.4:-:,V',' -zgywy. ., . .ww . A . 15 t L gfu'-, ilF,',,1-11 ', Q "X, Q s Jar- ' 'x I - A " y mm' ..V X . M ,-,V -V-5 I 2 ::,g.xoj' ,, - Home once more on November 15, Captain Bill Kopp's squad found the much touted but badly beaten Michigan eleven ready to take another trouncing. They took it all right, to a 29 to 7 count, only the fiukiest kind of a Huke letting them get across the Indian line at all. Subs were thrown into the game in the second half and most of the regulars rested for the approaching Ohio contest. Ralph Fletcher was injured however, and was unable to appear in the title-winning scrap. Football history was made and a championship was won at Columbus on November 22 when "Chick" Harley and the unbeaten Ohio team was stopped in the final seconds of play by a 9 to 7 count. With the stands packed with Buckeye homecomers, the Indians, minus at least four of their regulars and with many others badly injured but fighting, battled to one of the most glorious victories ever won by a football team. "Dutch" Sternaman started things in the first quarter by a sixty yard run for a touchdown, but Ralph Fletcher's toe was absent and "Dick" Reichle missed the goal from touch- down. The seco-nd half saw the Buckeyes opening up and finally pushing "Chick" Harley across the line. A goal from touchdown made Ohio's title claims appear safe, but the crowd did not know the Illini team. Uncorking every type and breed of forward pass, fighting for every inch and playing the stellar Harley as he had never been guarded before, the Indians battled up the field only to lose the ball. Then they did lt againg their last trial starting on their own twenty yard 'line with only two minutes to go. At last they were near enough and "Bob" Fletcher retained the honor of the family by putting the oval between the uprights and giving Illinols a 9 to 7 victory. Of the stars, Illinois had aplenty, although the well balanced work of the entire squad was ever more noteworthy. "Burt" Ingwersen, John Depler and Clarence Ap- plegran were among the star linemen of the conference, while "Chuck" Carney's work at end won him a place among the greatest wingmen. It was his stellar work that helped to put the ball in kicking distance against Ohio. Of the backfield men "Laurie" Walquist, Ralph Fletcher and "Dutch" Sternaman all did their share as did Jack Crangle, who succeeded in replacing Captain Bill Kopp. Captain Bill was among the present whenever needed, however, and always gave a good account of himself. John Depler, the heavy center, has been chosen to lead the 1920 eleven. Although gradu- ation will cut deeply into the ranks of the team, it will by no means deplete it to such an extent as to make the rebuilding of the old machine necessary. Kopp, Ingwer- sen, Sternaman, Applegran, Leitch, and Petty are among those who will be missing Limit year But with Zuppke on the job, Illinois' chances for another title will never e ope ess. 1919 CONFERENCE FOOT BALL SEASON Oct. Illinois 14 Purdue 7 ....... .......,.....................,,........,.............,.. ........................ .............. L a F ayette Oct. Illinois 9 Iowa 7 .......,. .....,......... Urbana Oct. Illinois 10 Wisconsin 14 ....,........ .............. U rbana Nov Illinois 10 Chicago 0 ......., ..,........... Urbana Nov. Illinois 10 Minnesota 6 ............. ............,. M inneapolis Nov. Illinois 29 Michigan 7 ....,.. .... . ..........,.. U rbana Nov. Illinois 9 Ohio 7 .......................,...........,....... ,..... .... C o lumbus FOOT BALL CONFERENCE STANDING - W L Pct. Illinois ............... .......,.. 6 1 .857 Ohio ................ ,......... 3 1 .750 Chicago ............ .......... 4 2 .667 Minnesota ........... .......... 3 2 .600 Wisconsin ........... .......... 3 2 .600 Iowa .............................. ....,.. . .. 2 2 .500 " Northwestern ,.......... .......... 1 4 .200 Michigan .............,.... .......,.. 1 4 .200 Purdue ......,............ .......... 0 3 .000 Indiana ............ .......... 0 2 .000 Two Hundrzfd Eighty-three 1 .. ,.. W. -1.-. ,-1 .,,..1,.-V -- ,-f,1.,,.,,...1.1 ,, - .,,. Y -- V ...,,.,.., ..., ., ....v 1 .15, . .W 1 ,.,. -,V.4..A.,r,.,' .Y ,J hr... , ,Al L f' ' 'ft' ' ' 'fi ' if--f,,!' ?l3:j'f,'.'- Zljj'-ff!" , y,1f'n'4 II.: .!.,L1'!. 'uftj Hi' Hal:-Q ti, ' "1 rl by-4 :fc 2 WILLIAM K. KOPP. Although a pair of poor ankles kept "Bill" from occupying: his place at full-hack re:.':ularly. he was always ready to smash the line when needed. Purdue. Iowa anrl Michigan all saw him perform creditably. He also stopped into thc breach left by Jack Cranele's injury at the Ohio contest and did his bit to brim.: home the title. Bill has played football. basketball and baseball. BURTON A. INGWERSEN. This lighting: Swrlrle held clown one of the tackle jobs for two sea- sons after breaking: into the Illini line at center. Althousrh one of the smallest lincmcn in the conference he was awarded places on both the 1918 and 1919 All-Conference teams. He was captain of the eleven in 1918 and acted in that capacity last fall when "Bill" Kopp was absent from the lineup. "B-urt' is another basketball and baseball player, having: served as captain ol' the 1918 five. Ohio, 7: Illinois, 9. Here we :ace Willaman. the Buckeye's star back, attempting u. gain. "Burt' Im.1'wersen and "Chuck" Carney are waiting for him. Two Iluoidred Eighty-fozu '. 49? ,' JOHN C. DEPLER. Upon these broad shoulders will rest the captainey of the 1920 eleven. "Fat", as he is known by the rooters, has proved a steady and decidedly dependable center or guard. He has been the unanimous choice of conference dopsters for the all-Conference job at guard and also won a place on Walter Cnmp's second all-American eleven. John is the heaviest man on the team and a tough customer for an opposing: back to bump- He is a steady. careful passer. and a mood mam to open up holes for the baekfield to slip through. EDWARD C. STERNAMAN. Ohio has just one wish these days: that the freshman who injured "Dutch" Sternaman's ankle in early practice. had steped on his neck. It was this slippery "p:ent's" sixty yard glide for a touchdown that played a big: part in the winning: of the classic Columbus combat. Dutch is one of the comebacks. servinyr last year as a lieutenant at Camp Funston, Kan.. where he was athletic officer. He will be missed next year. , l . "Laurie" Walquist .carrying the ball against Ohio was n man worth watching. Here we see him starting out for a good gain. Two Hundred Eighty-fi-va 4. Maybe it was right plays at the used his head and carry the ball as quarter and many another important l'Zf' lil li? ' CLARENCE APPLEGRAN. Not even a pair of broken wrists could keep this talented guard from making: life miserable for all who happened his way. Chicago. Minnesota and Michigan were a few of those to regret that his wrists were the only vulnerable spots. "Apps" was always in it and more than one well-planned train went for naught because it happened to be aimed at him. He is another returned service man and a member of the 1915 championship basketball five. He graduates at the end of the fall term, which is lucky for several opposing: teams. 5409 ROBERT FLETCHER. mental telepathy that "Zap" used in makimr "Bob" call the right time, but most critics agree that "Bob" just naturally that's all there was to it. "Bob" isn't for size and he doesn't often as the other baeklicld men, but he's a great little a coach would be glad to have him out there. His foot is asset as Ohio will remember. ,,,,,,,,,, l Despite "Chuck" Carney's punting. Wisconsin was able to push the Indians back across the line twice. Here we see the Indians booting: the ball out of danger after attempts to train through the line had failed. Two Hundred Eighty-si.w: 1 H731 1' g V -- mio,,-,,,,1',5rff RALPH FLETCHER. The second member of the famous Morris, Illinois, family, this man's chief bid for fame came through his talented right foot. When once set in the direction of the bar by that member, the oval naturally couldn't go anywhere else as Iowa, Chicano. Wisconsin. Minnesota and Michigan remem- ber. His injury in the Michigan game was one of the biggest blows that the Illini received during the strenuous season. Watch him next year. 33111 -E'-V CHARLES R. CARNEY. This fellow has two years to serve, which is good news to only one team in the Big Ten. His work in 'pulling' down forward passes in the Ohio melee was of the classic variety. according to all witnesses. Whether there were three or ten Buckeyes around him, mattered little, he got the "old apple" some wayland thus played a leading role in the winning of the Hag. Ralphllrletcher boots the pigskin across the har as the photographer snaps the shutter. This boot was rcsivonsxble for the three pomts that beat Iowa, 9 to 7. Two Hundred Eighty-seven ',,x..X...'y V X :wi X 25.214, Q LAWRENCE W. WALQUIST. This diminutive half-back is another star who will have two more seasons in which to shine for "Zup". Althoukh one of the smallest backs in the conference he was especially valuable in picking interference for his team mates to gain through. He could also rin out the yardage when needed himself, and at forward passing, held the first prize. His accuracy in hurling the pigskin was a large factor in "Chuck" Carney's success in grabbing it and the title from Ohio. ALBERT MOHR. Another sophomore, "Al" Mohr will also have two years more to wear the moleskins and rip up the opposing lines. Mohr was all-conference guard in 1918, was shifted to end last fall and then back to his old job. where he served gallantly He is a big fellow and when needed could replace "Chuck" Carney in the punting part of the game. This view of the Field on lllinois' Victory Homecoming day shows the Indians steadily marching for the Marroon's goal posts. We don't know who carried the ball for this photo. but he gained nevertheless. Two Hundred Eiuhty-vinlzt I L ., Ugg,-.:,...i ..l:1:i ,aqua 1.1,1..,f,,...J.xip.1:.I.J14" '..:L1rx:-gua. ':x:1:u:. L '.::1:.,...::'0..r-C..-. zL:.::.4 J v, ,l , 'Y D-,, fy ' .x 1- A -,., ..-s . 'v ss-:1 it ' ,X 1,1-',, -x .s l .V 3 e A. ..'.'.-155,-fr 1 , ,Z f . f Ie. ,Rf ru, ,. ,1w,u,1 My v .- ww. ..I,-., i , ,si- 35- RICHARD W. REICHLE. "Dick" Reichle is another of those footballers who will have two more years to cavort about "Zun's" gridiron. This talented end is 21 product of the 1920 Freshman Varsity and the famous Great Lakes naval station eleven. He played a consistent defensive game and when needed could boot the piyrskin across the ban' in the regulation fashion. With 'fChuck ' Carney to look after the opposite wing, conference hacks are likely to find end runnine: a tough job for the next two years. MILTON OLANDER. "Milt" is another of those Illini linemen that made the Eoin! S0 rough for rival backs. He had a 17ll.l'iLlCUl8.l' fondness for 1-runrd. where he was always fiehtinx.: with the best of them. Because of the .loss of the bone in his nose. Milt has been forced to. face rival llnerncn with a mask concealine: his classic features. The sight of the . masked m!ll'VUl talking: "things un" was not a pleasant sight for visiting players. o X A, , , W I 7 , , ' 'i i'.v': f" ' X X71 if I . -. 'alfltllfl' ,z . "Dutch" Ste:-naman is the 'one with the taking' ways, who has yrrabbed this forward pass. "Dutch" was one of the bit: factors in this championship battle. Tivo llunrlrvrl Eigltty-Him' 4 lilifi-. 1 ' 4 illlv ,UCS R.A.UFVENDAHL "Lief" is another ol' those husky linemen that made life miserable for so many contending: teams. His favorite stunt was to get in the way of some Ilyimz back and drop him for n loss just when a gain would be disastrous for Illinois. Although u. junior. he has decided to transfer to the College of Medicine next year. so he will be among' those absent when the season opens. GEORGE KOCH. Gcorpre waited three years for his chance. But he was ready when it came. After striving: for three years. without success. to win u uluee and letter, his chance cume with Burt lnzwersen's injury in the Ohio mime. It was luryrely through this fighting: dutchman's work in this, his first und last appearance. that Burt's injury did not prove an irretrivuble loss. Illinois played her poorest hall of the season in the Wisconsin game. Fumbles were not infrequent. This fnieturelshows an Illini end falling on the ball after a fumble. which occurred dangerously near the Il ini non. Two Hundred Ninety i my i ,,1.-,v,..-,, .1i.,, ,. iv Q, ,, 4 , l I f 'lpijizff '4 ,Ig I ,el if ' " - will 1. .If i.. f ' 'li, ' , v d Two Hundred Ninety-mu: OTIS PETTY. Petty is another of the comebackers who helped bring the title to Illinois. His favorite post was right tackle which gave Zup a nifty man to help Burt Ingwersen plug up those holes. While in the service he was a member of the Municipal Pier eleven. He will be missed in the line next year. HARRY SHLAUDEMAN. Here's another comehacker. After a year's service on the Municipal Pier squad. Shlaudie returned to Illinois last fall and proved a capa- ble center. Although the presence ol' Fat Depler on the squad kept him from playing regularly at the pivot job, he was usually called upon be- fore the game was over. so that Fat could be shifted to guard. He played great ball against Ohio. Graduation will find him leaving, which means another good man gone. 'lvlti' JACK CRANGLE. Another of the steller crew of sophomores. this giant won his way in the latter games ol' the season to a place on Collier's second all-star eleven and on the Chicago Post's first team. His work against Chicago, Minnesota and Michigan were the highlights of those contests. An injured should- er'kept him out ol' most of the Ohio battle. Rival coaches will have considerable to.worry about during the next two years, if Jack keeps his usual good health. C. ERNEST LOVEJOY. Ernie's job was that of sub quarter, not a particularly pleasing one for the average man. However, Ernie did not complain. but always gave all he had, so that when Bob Fletcher was unable to perform. Zup always knew that his team would have a worthy pilot on hand. Ernie had a good head for the job. was consistent and always fighting. Only the presence of Bob Fletcher kept him out of a regular berth. STUYVESANT SMITH. Smith is another sophomore end. Although not of the calibre of Carney or Reiehle, this lad always gave a good account of himself. Zup thinks him a little green yet. but de- clares that another year will put him in a class with the best of them. His work in the Purdue, Iowa and Chicago games was especially gratifying to Zup. U 'G I . x E. wf I , ,. Er I . ,,4. . M "x . 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New' ---- mxcm., wnonm-1, AlH!ASMl'l'll,'JOIlNSl7N, KISSINKIIE Third Now-1i01'l', HINYAIKIIS, noss, 1Ca.ptumJ, RYAN, 1Nc:wxlz'4l x Two llmulrvd Niowty-Llu'cc OFFICERS Glconul-1 HU:-'F Coach PAUL Doss Captain H. R. RYAN Cagrtain-Illvct HAROLD Scumss M imager PERSONNEL W. S. ARRASMITI-1, Pitcher O. F. BARKLAGE, Second Buseman H. A. DIEHL, Utility PAUL Doss, Contev' Fielder J. B. EDWARDS, Left Fieldeo' B. A. INGWERSEN, Fiwst Baseman E. T. JOHNSON, Right Fielder PAUL KAISER, Catcher DONALD KISSINGER, Third Baseman W. K. KOPP, Slmyt S1071 H. R. RYAN, Pitcheo' F. D. WROBKE, Pitcher 1 . .. , l W, V , s......, ' .- 1 ' f A --4... .-A, . , 1.-- . ,- ,- 4 -vw. ....,,,-.N .. ..g 4--.., ,, .5 W . " """ "" 'O' -- .. .-...-'- . ' f'.:.,.... fW'sI'i'!4?T0un":!f:x'k'f'n4.+f, -Q. . , . J For the second consecutive season, Michigan's hard hitting nine won the Big Ten flag and "G." Hufi"s Indians followed in second place. Starting the spring train- ing with only twenty-iive candidates seeking places and without any individual stars to boost his chances, the Illini mentor closed his conference tilt with seven victories and four defeats to his credit. Although the team was composed largely of players who had participated in the 1918 fight, it was still weak in many spots, especially with the stick, and only the leadership of HG." kept them up among the leaders. Active practice began during Easter vacation when the candidates, fifteen strong, journeyed to Oxford, Miss., where three games were played with the Univer- sity of Mississippi nine. This was Illinois' first appearance out of doors and the first time that a squad had been definitely picked for competition As a consequence the first game resulted in a 7 to 4 defeat, errors and lack of team work being largely responsible for the defeat. Wrobke and Arrasmith did the pitching for Illinois. The second and third contests were victories, Mickey Ryan bringing in an 8 to 6 win and Arrasmith giving the Illini the series by holding the southerners to three hits and a 1 to 0 beating. Baseball at Urbana began April 12, with St. Viators, a little college from Bourbonnais, Ill., as the opponent. Wrobke and Ryan had little difficulty in turning in a 10 to 0 victory. Millikin was next and also proved easy, Mickey Ryan holding them hitless while the Indians chalked up 6 runs. The conference season opened April 26, which day was a distinctly disappointing one for Illinois. Iowa, who had never before stopped the Illini, were the guests and they took a 4 to 3 victory home with them. Mickey Ryan hurled great ball, but poor support and weak hitting proved too great a handicap. Things looked up the follow- ing week, however, Notre Dame dropping two games by a 5 to 3 and 9 to 5 score. Wrobke and Arrasmith were the Illini hurlers. The rest of the team showed an in- creased ability to hit and the general work of the squad was much improved over previous appearances. Chicago was the next victim, Mickey Ryan hurling them to a 3 to 2 beating on May 7. He was ably assisted by a brace of triples by Bert Edward. Journeying to Iowa City the following week, Captain Paul Doss' gang avenged their beating at home by turning in a 4 to 2 victory. The game was one of the best played of the year, neither side scoring' until the seventh round when Barklage stole home giving Illinois the lead. Iowa then forged ahead, but a brilliant three run rally in the ninth wiped out the earlier beating with a vengeance. Tivo Hundred Ninety-fmn' v :p-' 1- i':i,"'l l -4 ,L 5 'FJ xi. ' i ,-I H ,., N. L. F':',f,'l' - ,..f'f":'-is-fl' -A-H UV- -ig, -,151 -Vi in-rv .. K --Y VL- vi 'N 1 ' 1-nj, '," 17,-f,1'f,5'.fi.ALLQ'3- . z.: ' ' li: Purdue found May 13 her unlucky day, taking a 3 to 1 defeat on Illinois Field Qfffjjg in one of the poorest played games of the year. The Boilermakers presented two of iff? the poorest pitchers that the Indians had faced in years. Neither of them could keep the ball any where near the plate. Wrobke pitched for Illinois and althogh not at 'his fi best, did well in the pinches. Interscholastic week, May 16 to 17, was spent in giving Wisconsin's baseballers a pair of trouncings, 9 to 4 and 11 to 4. Both contests were well played, the Illini showing steady improvement. The latter contest was featured by a pair of home runs, one of them with the bases full, by Burt Ingwersen. Ryan and Wrobke did the pitching. l ' : Wisconsin and Chicago were next invaded on May 23 and 24. Dewey Wrobke had little difficulty in holding the Badger crew safe, his teammates playing brilliantly behind him and batting out an 8 to 3 success. Chicago was a different story. The following day found the team in one of its worst slumps, errors galore and poor base running at critical stages of the contest giving the Marroons a '7 to 2 victory. Although Crisler, the Midway hurler, issued ten passes, the Indians could do nothing towards fattening the run column. The last stand for the title was made and lost May 31 when Michigan's star hurler, Parks, held the Indians to one hit and carried back across the lake a 7 to 0 victory. Arrasmith pitched this contest and hurled good ball. Only two more games remained, so the title was lost. Purdue the next opponent handed the Indians a iff farcial 16 to 2 game at Lafayette, the visiting Illini having little trouble in filling up if-' the score book with hits and runs. Michigan closed her season at Ann Arbor by trounc- r- .vo . . . . :gf ing the Illini 4 to 0. Glenn repeated the feat of his teammate Parks, and held the ,Er Orange and Blue squad to one hit. Mickey Ryan hurled brilliantly, allowing only Qgfgfj five hits. J---P1 ' The greatest weakness of the nine was at bat, no real sluggers being present. However, several consistent players were developed who should improve their batting eyes this year. Mickey Ryan, the leading slabman of the team was chosen to pilot the 1920 nine. With the exception of Paul Doss, captain and centeriielder, the entire squad' will be back on tap to help Potsy Clark next year. .,,, -I-QE' l SEE? ffgifl CONFERENCE STANDING. 1919 CONFERENCE BASEBALL SEASON. 135322 April 26-Illinois 3 Iowa ....................,..,.................,........,......,.,. ..,,..,..... U rbana I'-5:5 May 7-Illinois 3 Chicago ............ ............ U rbana llfffij May 10-Illinois 4 Iowa 2 ............. Iowa City lfiftl May 13-Illinois 3 Purdue I 1 ............ ...,........ U rbana lg,-fg May 16-Illinois 9 Wisconsin .......,.... .Urbana QQ:-L53 May 17-Illinois 11 Wisconsin ............ ............ U rbana fgijf' May 23-Illinois 8 Wisconsin ....,....... ............ M adison May 24f-Illinois 2 Chicago ............ ,..,..,.... C hicago V359 May 31-Illinois 0 Michigan ...,........ .Urbana June 5-Illinois 16 Purdue 2 ....,....... ............ L aFayette June 7-Illinois 0 Michigan ............ Ann Arbor T H d ' . 1 -..- ,I xi ' :Linux z:x11.:.:x.Lzas1.17s..g:l-14 1-1l1S1?Z1V,P-liifulgxgg. .J in: z..-., 1,5 x :ru-,.., .. 4. .:11:',1 fi i ET T1-9?.'f5,f'fl.'af. ' S lil f MULTI' :I Q ifx , i .L..!X. PAUL DOSS. ' X. N0 , . x , Paul Doss, hard hittim: center-fielder, was captain of the nine and a. - ' returned service Illini. Paul began his baseball career on the infield, but "G" showed him a few of the tricks of the garden with the result that V . he became one of the best outfielders in the conl'ercnce. He was not a '- ' slum.:er, but was the most damrerous hitter when a hit meant runs. Paul L - is the only player who will not be back this year. S-r f?f"!':'5 ' 1 5 . O A I 4 A1025 4, i 0 . K L" HAROLD R. RYAN. "Mickey" Ryan is captain-elect and a pitcher of considerable abil- ity. Most of the heavy mound work of last year was placed on thc shoulders of this capable hurler. with the result that Iowa, Wisconsin and other Big Ten hitters have a wholesome respect for Illinois. "Mickey," like Babe Ruth. believes that a pitcher should occasionally win entrance to the hit column, so he hammered in the winning run afzainst Chicago and at the close of the season turned in a 'neat batting averaize. Great things are expected of him this year. Q. ,.,,,,,., ,... . 1... ,.,.. V 'MH M N N In TTR- W H, ,,.. ., .-. - r P . - - Y r ' -- . V3 A, .Q -gy '- bfi' ,ft-1 . , h -N ' 4 -. f ' -f.-3:E:J:-'fg'fi5ii V:-Ll.. . Q ' I ' ' . I 1 ' '- f - ,..1. 'mall' ..... . I It's hard for the uninitiated to translate this picture, but that is because "Burt" Ingwersen is at bat and about to make that home run that broke Wisconsin's heart. Note that the bases are full. Two Ilumlrcd Ninety-sin: 1 nu.:-.g.,..4usL.z.rx.s.nu:'g: :.x11:g1g.,1.,,1 11:41 .r111,:.:.g,,...ui.1x...A,:1.J.g::i,1,,,-. 111111,-., -.--rg' .,.."z,'-.-,.-'- qq ,J,ig,',5,,-1' 1,111 'I lui!! it "ffl Xilxl I lil 11 ., f.,-I . v ,"-.1 1 rw. 4. .,.. .- ,,-1 5,,5w i V ., X, ,il - . i 1 i 1 w 1. 1 jf Q. .43 "1 w 1 1 In A... HJ Y. 4. "I17'i, "r'w' I 2 ,L ' PAUL KAISER. , -a ' A i ' -x Paul Kaiser. as he was christened, "Dutch" as he is known to base- ' J A ,-, ball fans. is thc grubby Indian backstop. This man had a whip that was fa 5 G ahterror to all bascrunners and a head that was a bip: help .to wavering if 1, ,, ', pitchers. He was also a nifty batsman, pressing Shorty KISSIYILECI' closely l 3 ,,. , for leadership in the batting avcraxxcs of the nine. Last year was Paul's I , first trial at conference baseball. i 71' i X' '- . 3 ' l f C sf. i -F , . QL N'7'ir1,.-- F , if f Q, BURTON A. INGWERSEN. f Two home runs in one Jramc. one of them with the bases full. f' ' is an achievement that is not likely to be forxxottcn. This feat .l 'U was the crowning' accomplishment of "Burt" Infzwerscn. the 'T scrappy first sacker and clean up hitter. Burt is a first baseman of the old school. When a Badger runner's spikes split opcn his hands, he merely donned a catchers mitt and went hack for more. Lest you forfret. Burt has served as captain on both the football and basketball teams. JV' if "Shorty" Kissinger is small. but even at that he has to duck occasionally. "Shorty" was the hardest man in thc conference to pitch to. Note the runner on third. With "Shorty" up. no wonder the pitcher grows wild. Two Hunrlrcd Ninety-s1'v1'1z 1 ' "",'j'A' f -' 'U i il.-if. . fl Q. 1 1 v i 1 1 I I ,. 'M , OLIVER F. BARKLAGE. 0 .4 N . - h r ,D xl , - ' 5 NOK .X H H b ' 5 tl f 0 Bark seemed .to have a fondness for second base, which posi- ' . tion 1'C0l17I'00i1tPd with interest, for this lad had few peers in the 1 ' , J. , conference. His stellar fielding- was largely responsible for the vie- . 1 1 ,Q tory against Iowa at Iowa City. His work as-:ainst Notre Dame, .ia 1,1 K AL Y Wisconsin und, in fact, in all of the games, was far above the aver- -.g 4 l i 9" afre. He was also fast on bases, stealing home in the Iowa game. X ' ' 1 f . -3 . . M I Q .." . K - WILLIAM K. KOPP. Although listed as a shortstop. "Bill" Kopp appeared in the V lineup at first base and behind the bat during the course of the season. An infieldcr by inclination and traininxz. the dearth of catch- ers two years ago. caused "G" to select "Bill" for the post. The appearance of "Dutch" Kaiser last spring: permitted him to return to his old post, but it also grave the Dutchman an excellent under- stucly. His work behind the bat in the second Michigan game at Ann Arbor was especially noteworthy. 1 Here we see "Dutch" Kaiser nabbing a would-be run mak t h . D ' ' ' of this sort, Michigan took the game by a. '7 to 0 score. er 8 Gmc csmte R few Spmklmg plays Two Hundred Ninety-ciglzt rg: , ' , ,1 ,zu .xg ,.,'..1,. ,.::.,' . . ,, ., , v H , 1,1 ,. ,, 1- 'T- ., A if 4, f.-.-....-J.,...,r,.4i1,Q..,.,,. ,., o,4,,,,g,,-,, 11 l f.v,f,if,f,,.,..,i- .W ,, X4 I ,. , i ,. Y I .H lun. s ,V4 .,,,,A,.xl f i V. 4 xi, 1 I v v K , J 1 Y M lr yr ii X ' 4 sirfs--D1-4 if -Q , ,,ftqw.. ' X W.. wi 'ly .. if Ai 'lc 'W ,f, in V. v.. I 'c it . 'fl Ymzfzq i ll 1 zo - ' . , l U l. I f I .,.r 1. 4 1-MIT -- 1 -1 .ii wi is. ,h I ' si. Qif ,, ,. .,, I ,.,. . sl. bi .U T. 'll .. l. K f' " i W R14 Y 5, di. xg. J 'Air 5.-'ell 4 .u .t ,-Zi Z-Fri' 'mill fi xg',.rv .i. 115-,w Q14- -'y ff '41, 'l J. 5 IGM i its isis if-ffii K4 "C I fs uf ,i .1 x'fal IQNQNIQ .-.1513 liz.-Lf, ., i 5 ui' -F--fl . ,A 1,-il Hifi! . my X:-nl "fl l ii ltiifi. K- 1' A4 fff' il ' k,. .fy ll .. .3 4 if JL F522- 45. 1' 132113 .., -, . DONALD KISSINGER. "Shorty" Kissinger certainly did not live up to his nick-name in hitting. This diminutive third sacker was the only player to register a hit in every game. his drives robbing.: both Parks and Glenn. the Michigan hurlers. of no-hit games. He also played a consistent game at the far corner. 'l'his was his second season on the nine. the previous year being spent as utility infielder and outfielder. He will be a useful cnu in the 1920 machine. Y, 1, si 1?-f 9 DEWEY WROBKE. ,-5 K.. . K . , , X V 1 lf' . ,.b I-y Dewey is a pitcher with two years experience under "G" to his credit. He has been a consistent mound artist throughout his career and with good luck should make things mighty unpleasant for rival hitters next year. A perusal of they records will show that this slabman has not been defeated in his college career. Wisconsin and Purdue fallimz twice before him last year while Notre Dame swallowed defeat once. He will be a handy man to have around next year. S- We print this photo just to let you know that "Mickey" Ryan could hit as well as pitch. This shows our smiling Irishman about to win his own game from Chicago by a 3 to 2 count. Two Hundred Ninety-nine L.. .U..M:u,',- um. ,bi -,4,,,,1.1,11r:,,:1,1 ,:z,x:z,..g11. 4 1 :K 1. '.1::Jr....,. .U I, ,,,,vy,-Q .L,.j,.r,,1 3:.:.'L5.1,'-1.1: 1..,..ixi.11,:5.' -Qu Lu , 1 L- -J 1 " I I H U If JY. L 5 I" f.i'f Y' "':H1'g'5'?f:Q'lj. .1"y':,.', ,lf-..','f,f'f'fb jliffil,f.f2"w' fQlQ"ff'l,'flf.,V1"'f,1'.: HK- 'ijfg:.Yffvfi-,l.l','L-I -XM Al 3'.xt1'I...--if 'i ' . 1 ' i I THOMAS JOHNSON. "Tom" Johnson, the husky right fielder. 1 served his first year on the Illini nine in creditable fashion. He was a consistent fielder. a hard hitter and a scrappy all-round player. With two more years ahead of' him, Illinois should hear from this man. HAROLD DIEHL. "Hal" Diehl was the smallest and also the fastest man on the team. having' an especial fondness for running bases. He was a fre- quent caller at third via the stolen base route and made the route safely quite frequently. Diehl also served his first year on the Var- sity. appearing at third base. short stop and left field. J. B. EDWARDS. Left field was "Bert's" hanxzout. and hits were his hobby. Notre Dame and Chicaxro pitchers were especially maltreated by this veteran. A little more seasoning: by "Potsy" Clark should make him a dangerous man for even the Michigan marvel. Parks. to face. He has served two years in the garden. W. S. ARRASMITH. This ranpzy southerncr is the third member of the pitching staff. A sore arm kept him from hurling frequently, but his few appearances were gratifying: to Illini fans. It was his first year on the Varsity. A little of Grover Alexandcl-'s coaching and the removal of the soreness which troubled him last year, should give the Indians a star hurler . ..g.:' v ,gre .::q::x: 4, 1 f . . ,u.l,.. ld-A, K-Al .' X f v x ., X s ,. , 5551 ,I-N, U' 4 TE' I WVU! :- ,. - u 1 . fy, , L i 'I L Three .i QU , --U., .,, ifQ',5i.' pp 25,-gif fx "HN FEW UNC, THQ. W lt, , ,,., 15 , , f I .lr Q.: tml' Qc-a 1:4 zliffl ILO! I' -3-,.u KU 'A I , 'lv ang, Y. 'w C353 wzf V X Q-1 :Y 1 WH? IQGQJR -.ajgig We if W F5 ' A wflji 655.13 F5419 Qibdgf LW . 111 K '1 1 .,. S55 :gl ff!-F535 QW L:5'g5Q,IQ W 1 --5-1 , ! 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'Y' ' J' v V g,.' r' Q W2 l E522 ff If 5 WG Three Hundred Two ' "W f 13" if gig-T'2"'1gx1' x-,zur rrgn' 11u".rLz.zf1"" l!Ux'L"'u Liu "'-' 'grx' ' 'uxu-"xr-U Uyfiq-'UL l'1"'1Jr1J ' ' 'ix 1,11-U 1, ' 1 '1:',',"'fy .-.4 A , ,ff lA.9:,- ,M ry W , . gf 1, 5' Varsity Track Top Raw-w. TIIOMI-sON, QManagvrb, MllYlYLl'I'l'ON, w. Ia. IH'INNl5'l"l', KIIINNEY, InI.rI.I.OcIc, qT'raim:rJ Second Ifow-c.xsIcm', sclwn, IELOUNT, zmmu-:IuI.xN, Iv. w. nnowx, u.xnnINI1:Ic Third NOIU--YAPIIICSCUTT, I-1. II. ImOwN, I.IIf'vENImIII., AI.I.M.xN, nIII.I.s Fourth Rozv-EMI-:In', llUClIIiI'l', CAIIIIOLI., wII.sON, II. lll'INNIi'l"l' J. C. ALLMAN W. R. BENNETT BASIL BENNETT E. D. BROWN W. W. BROWN GEORGE BUCHEIT W. BLOUNT J. R. CASKEY Th rec 111111 rlrrrl Th rm' OFFICERS IIARRY L. Glu. Coach NVILLIAM fl. TIIUMPSON Mumzgvr Clmnnlcs CARIIOLI. Capluin ROIIEIIT S. Exmnv Captain-Elvct PERSONNEL. J. H. ZIMMERMAN R. P. GARDINER W. L. KENNEY R. A. LIFVENDAHL G. B. MIDDLETON J. S. PRESCOTT C. R. SCHUH J. YVEISS K. L. WILSON 'nm g.m.,.-iff ,mama "3--.B " ... "'ff"'f ufifi-Y, f-1: ... -. x se-.-gag '-x .,.. .. L-. .' As usually happens when Harry Gill's track men turn in their suits at the end of the season, the unanimous vote was that it had been a success. The 1919 season was no exception. Despite the war that drew many of the most dependable men from school and left a scarcity of freshmen material to replace it, the Orange and Blue was once more carried through a series of unbroken dual victories, while only Michi- gan and Chicago were able to lead her in the two conference meets. With the opening of the second quarter early in January, actual work was started. This was the latest start that an Illini track team had ever made. Workouts had to be held in the Gymnasium because the Armory was still unfitted for use for athletic purposes after serving fits term as an S. A. T. C. barracks. Men were scarce, only a few veterans being on hand. Bob Emery, George Buchheit, Weiss, Schuh, Gardiner, Caskey and Lewis were the principal veterans to appear. One ray of sunshine on the Illinois horizon was the return of Captain Charlie Carroll, star dashman. Among the new men, E. D. Brown, W. W- Brown, Lifvendahl, and Prescott were the most promising, Notre Dame was the first squad to meet the Indian runners, Gill's men carry- ing a 46 to 40 victory back from South Bend on March 15. The meet was an exciting one, only the relay race giving the victory to Illinois. All of the events were closely contested, Gilfillan of Notre Dame being the high point man. George Buchheit with a first in the pole vault and Bob Emery in the 220 yard dash were Gil1's best bets. One of the brightest spots in the meet was the work of Dave Brown who galloped in with second in the half mile in his first race. One week later, with only this contest to season them, the tracksters locked horns in thc ninth annual conference meet, which was held at Northwestern's track. When the final record was chalked up and the last point listed, Michigan was found to lead with 3655 points, Chicago trailed with 3414 and Illinois came next with 17. The next track event of note was the Drake Relays, which, as usual, found Illinois well represented, teams entering the one-half mile and two-mile University relays. Both teams showed great form, the half-mile four bringing home second place and the two milers counting third. Michigan was the lucky one to lead the squad composed of Mills, Emery, Prescott and Carrollg' while Notre Dame and Chicago both passed Schuh, Caskey, W. W. Brown and Emery- Out door competition was next in order, Notre Dame receiving its second beating from the Illini, May 3. Gilfillan was unable to appear in this contest for the Catholic squad, thus leaving a big hole in Coach Rockne's list of point winners. As a result, the contest was little more than a parade, the final score being 77 to 49. Tug Wilson in the weights and George Buchheit in the hurdles, pole vault and javelin throw began a battle for high point honors, which lasted throughout the season. Three llnmlrrd Four Bob Emery trotted in with the 220 and 440 in neat style, Weiss was "there" in the hammer throw and the whole team helped to smother the Indiana squad. Interscholastic, May 16, found Wisconsin taking Illinois' dust to a 91 to 43 count. Once more George Buchheit and Tug Wilson fought it out for point honors, although Bob Emery horned in with his share. Charlie Carroll found his stride in this meet, trotting away with the dashes in his old time fashion. Illinois' fourth dual victory of the year came the next Saturday at the expense of Chicago. This contest was by far the best of the year, only seven points separating the contestants in a 71 to 64 tilt. Illinois had little difHculty in winning the weights and her share of the dashes, but could do nothing in the distances. The loss of Charlie Carroll, who had left for the inter-allied meet in France, left Gill without the services of another sure point winner. This loss of Charlie Carroll was also felt in the conference out-door meet which closed the year's work. Bob Emery, newly elected captain, won a second in the 220 yard dash- Now that the dust has settled on the 1919 track and the work of the team can be viewed thoughtfully and carefully, the season can not but be called a successful one. Every one of the men showed marked improvement during the year, which, coupled with the fact that most of them will be on hand for the 1920 contests, raises Illinois stock far above par. Illinois' track chances are likely to take a big jump when the Armory is once more opened to their use, 'the Relay Carnival is revived, and the old-time Illini spirit comes into its own again. SUMMARIES OF TRACK. Illinois vs. Notre Dame, March 15, South Bend, Incl. Illinois, 465 Notre Dame, 40. Ninth Annual Conference Indoor Meet, Northwestern Gyrnnasiuin, March, 21 and 22 Michigan, 36565 Chicago, 3455-3 Illinois, 17 3 Northwestern, 13. DRAKE RELAYS. Orne-Half Mile University Michigan, first Illinois, second. CMills, Emery, Prescott, Carroll.J Two Mile University. Notre Dame, firstg Chicago, second, Illinois, third. fSchuh, Caskey, W. W. Brown, Emery-J OUTDOOR DUAL MEETS. Notre Dame vs. Illinois, Urbana, May 3, 1919. Illinois, 77, Notre Dame, 49, Wisconsin vs. Illinois, Urbana, May 16. Illinois, 91, Wisconsin, 43. Illinois vs. Chicago, Stagg Field, May 24. Illinois, 715 Chicago, 64. CONFERENCE OUTDOOR MEET-STAGG FIELD. Michigan, first, Chicago, second, Illinois, third. Three Hundred Five X CHARLES CARROLL I "Charley" was captain of the team, its leading dash- ' J man and its representative at the allied races in Paris. ' , Returning from service late in the fall, this speedster i ' was a big factor in helping Gill's long line of dual vic- V 5 ,A tories to remain unbroken. He left for the contests in ' -, France before the conference outdoor meet took place, " , so was unable to add further points to the Illini total. 1 i -e K ' 0 : I K ROBERT S. EMERY "Bob" Emery is captain-elect. The quarter mile is his favorite journey and he has stepped it in time that has made many spectators gasp, breaking the Armory record at 51 seconds in the Notre Dame meet this spring. Last year he made Wisconsin and Notre. Dame runners take his dust, also winning second place ln the 220 yard dash in the conference outdoor meet. L .ln which Charlie Carroll is shown waiting for some one to give him a little com- petition ln the 100 yard dash. Notice that the Wisconsin men are conspicuous by their distance from the tape. Three H imdrcd Six KENNETH L. WILSON , . . I . Wx, . "Tug" was George Buchheit's only rival for high -g , fe. -. point honors. With the discus, hammer and javelin, he LQ -i Q had a habit of adding points to the Illini total in a way 4' 'M 'H' that was. disheartening to his rivals. "Tug" competed ' only during the outdoor season, playing basketball in the winter. 1 GEORGE BUCHHEIT George Buchheit was Harry Gil1's most versatile athlete and his most prolific point winner. George us- ually competed in the pole vault, the high jump, the 220 yard high hurdles, the javeline throw and any other event that Gill might find a few points needed in. With 'fTug" Wilson, he was the high point man in the Wis- consin, Notre Dame and Chicago meets. He is coaching track and football at the University of Kentucky now. l George Buchheit and Jack Zimmerman step out in front of the Badger competitor in the low hurdles. Two more Illini tracksters are seen bringing up the rear. Tlrrce Hundred Scv Q, ,V :5.' A ROBERT A. GARDINER "Bob" Gardiner is one of the travelers, being one of the corps of one and two milers. This was "Bob's" second year at the long grind. Although not one of the stars of the team, "Bob" always ran with all that was in him. He had to meet several of the best distance men in the country, and always gave them all he had. 9-P. l 'm K ' N 'E If i 1-. J. N. WEISS - Weiss is one of those heavy boys who slings the shot, javelin, hammer or anything else that lies around loose when points are wanted. He is one of the come- backers and will be on hand next year to help roundout a championship team. Notre Dame, Wisconsin and Chi- cago all watched this man out point their favorites at the heaving game. fl . 2.4 t I W I l I ' Bob Emery is the hero of this little snap shot, leading the field in his well known manner. We judge the event is the grinding quarter mile runl Three H undrcd Eight CHARLES SCHUH "Charlie" Schuh's favorite stunt is to horn into the point column in the middle distances. He began work in 1918 as a miler and two miler but was transferred to the half and quarter mile brigade last year. He had a habit of slipping into second or third place in these events when the points were most welcome, which makes him another welcome personage about the Armory this year. E. D. BROWN "Dave" Brown is a sophomore who broke lnto fa in the half mile. Early meets indicated that this lad would prove a. dangerous competitor for the best of them, but a severe case of measles kept him out .of the later races. There are two more years ahead of him, however, and from the way he is going in early training, they promise to be good ones. l A ,,. .-... l l ' ' I Wobblie Brown and Charlie Schuh bring home the bacon after carrying it half a mile around Illinois Field with Notre Dame runners after them. Three Ilumlrcd N inc BASIL BENNETT Basil Bennett's forte is heaving any of the heavy implements that are to be found around the weights' pit. Whether it be a hammer, shot, javelin or discus, is of little matter to him. He sends them all with the best of them. This spring should find him a consistent point winner. G. R. CASKEY The mile is Caskey's event, though he can keep going for two miles when needed. This man, though not brilliant, has been a hard, steady worker and one of those plug- gers who never stops until his distance is covered, regardless of the handicap. He has served two years under Gill. JOHN PRESCOTT John Prescott is another sophomore to break into the line last year, spending most of his time in the broad jump. A few races showed that he might he useful in the dashes, however, so this year has found him stepping the 75 yard dash in record time and filling in his corner of Gill's mile relay team. W. W. BROWN "Wobblie" is another athlete to earn a place for himself in his first year of com- petition. His favorite jaunt was the half mile, a trot that he accomplished with con- siderable ease. He is one of the most consistent runners in Harry Gill's galaxy of middle distance men. Again George Buchheit and Jack Zimmerman step the hurdles for a picture. We don't know the man running with them but judge that he must hail from Wisconsin. Three H undrcd Ten The Third Annual Indoor Relay Carnival Once again, as in the famous pre-war days, Illinois' giant Armory was the scene of the now famous Relay Carnival. This indoor event, which has taken the place of the Penn Relay in importance in the west, pushed all previous contests into oblivion, both in the number of contestants participating and in the feats accomplished. Two hundred and twenty two men from twenty-two universities, colleges and high schools appeared before the crowd which taxed the Armory to the utmost, and made the third annual Relay Carnival one to be talked about wherever sports are known. Among the entries to appear were some of the greatest speedsters and all-round athletes that the game has ever known. Johnson of Michigan, Scholz of Missouri, LeGendre of Georgetown were only a few of the leaders to bring their colors to Illinois. Every conference team had a full list of entries, however, while Wabash and Eureka Colleges, Missouri, Georgetown, Nebraska and other strong institutions mailed in their entry lists. Although the meet is primarily a relay affair, the track and field events were also a big feature, records going for naught whenlthe spiked shoe artists opened up with their best efforts. Honors in these special events were carried home by Mich- igan's tracksters, largely through the efforts of the speedy Johnson, one of the greatest all-round athletes to make his appearance in years. Amateur, conference and Armory records were nothing to this star who stepped the 75 yard high and low hurdles far Three llundrvd Elmwvz l ahead of his rivals and tied for first place in the high jump, cutting two-fifths of a second off the low hurdle mark. Aided by a second in the shot put and tie for first in the pole vault, this work of Johnson boosted his team's total score to 27 points. Illinois was second with 19 tallies, while Chicago and Missouri came next with 13 and 10 counters respectively. Track prospects for this year appeared exceptionally rosy for Illinois after her evening's work was done. Besides showing consistently in the special events, first honors in the relays were left resting securely in the Indian tepee. Four university relay races were staged one of them going to the Orange and Blue four who also brought in two second places. All of the races were closely and bitterly fought out. The opening number of the program, the two mile went to Chicago by a matter of inches after Bob Emery had cut down a seemingly impossible handicap. Schuh, E. D. Brown, Spink and Emery were the four Indians to compete in this race. Honors came to Illinois in the next race, the mile, when Donohoe, W. W. Brown, Prescott and Spink pushed Chicago behind. Third place was her best in the four mile grind, with Ames and Ohio ahead. Chicago was hopelessly outclassed. For the closing relay of the evening, a new event, the medley, was stepped in beautiful fashion. Briefly, this contest consists of two quarter mile runs, one half mile run, and one mile run. It was one of the prettiest races of the evening, Georgetown University, of Washington, taking the first honors away from Illinois by a scant margin. Through- out the early part of the race, the Illini men were in the lead, but one of the prettiest mile races seen in years by Connolly of Georgetown gave his team a safe lead. Emery, Schlaprizzi, W. W. Brown and Yates were the Illini entrants, the first three leading throughout. The third feature of the evening, the all-round championship found a dozen stars competing. Hamilton of Missouri was the winner only after an evening of grueling competition. Osborne, an Illinois sophomore, was second and Bradley of Kansas was third. Osborne indicated that he will press Johnson and other stars closely in conference competition by leaping six feet in the high jump. He also won the half mile run in close to record time. The follow ble of scores Michigan ..... Illinois ......... ing is the ta- .27 19 Chicago .......... ............ 1 3 Missouri ........,... ............ 1 0 Georgetown ......... ........... 8 Ames .....,................ ........... 6 'Kc ..l ' r Q 2 rl I 1 OSBORNE Wisconsin .......... ........... 5 Ohio State .................... ........... 4 Kansas Aggies ........................ 4 Northwestern ........................... 3 These scores do not in- clude those counted in the all-around championship. Three Hundred Twelve A - , . I. , 4, , . i . l .wg ii .1 flf 'B i flu f 'I , 1 .,, it i .,- . 1 . T 5 V ,,, ' 1 iff! i1,L..l1 If I "I if 'fy . 1,3'g-D,f: iQlI'e,f3! 1:1123 5EfffiQe is 1- Y!!! uw- 'EZj.l-dl li ' I ' 1:15905 vm lil'- lw. " , fl! ,Q lf' f. V llfknll V ffl' :iii-llvl -i-L.p,! ,ur , ii .3-,nfl M ii 'FH i 'il ,- Q ,. fm xQ.q',-,'. 556-i' :ily .Q1 mill. " 3551-7 iPl'17'3f liz ,,. iz. wi, ip-. f -11 L11 llipg, ill' Hltifx .iff-" ll 5' 1' igfifi. iii! fbi lil -Il 'K Q, 1,1 .jr gr iq'-bl," ll, 'lf-"Wi .lrh ' l mi' if . I .' fl iz 1 li U! 5 il .Z fl ' l f ua , , , A 5 flil N I EM ERY ,ui 5 4 l 1 1 11,5 . v . PRESCOTT Three Hundred Thirteen I Mile Relay Team If the deans are to be understood aright, speed is an undesirable as- set in college life, but here are four Illini whose motto is "speed" and whose sole aim is to see how fast they can move. And Illini rooters look upon them as decidedly neces- sary citizens, whose chief occupation is breaking records. Before Harry Gill presented them to the track world, 3 minutes and 32 seconds was the conference record in the mile re- layg but after they had stepped around the turf for the 5280 feet the watch showed but 3 minutes and 29 seconds, fully 3 seconds less than the best previous performance. But did this accomplishment leave the men at all puffed up? It did not, for records are like constitutions, things to be violated, as this gang"s work in the Relay Carnival in the dual meets with Notre Dame and Iowa has al- ready shown. Individually, this aggregation needs little introduction. Johnny Prescott, who starts out on the first part of the journey, is also a dashman of note. Phil Donohoe steps the quarter in speedy time, but likes the relay race better than beating Bob Emery. Phil Spink, star half miler, and the third leg of the quartette is a comebacker who gained considerable fame by placing second in the interallied -neet in Paris. And last, but not least, is Captain Bob Emery, anchor man and star quarter miler. It takes a big handicap to keep this man from crossing the tape ahead of the best of them. v .-,' 1' 1 SPINK A. KX! 1' ' ' X, W : X k ini! 7 l I 1. I 1 A, Q .il DONOHOE I V I I N ! Tlwcc Hundred F ourtccn Varsity Basketball 1919-1920 N 1 , Back Row-COLLINS. NVATTS, wxnsox, c.xr'r., VMI., 'rlcxnmcxi Front If0lL'-IYGWVIRSIY, WVALQUIST, cAnNm', 'r.wl.ore, rm1.Mr.m 'muon R. R. JONES, Coach D, M. BULLOCK, Trainer K. L. WILSON, Captain ' C. W. VAIL, Captain-elect C. R. CARNEY, Center W. S. COLLINS, Guard J. B. FELMLEY, Forward B. E. INGWERSEN, Forward J. E. MEE, Forward H. 0. RIETSCH, Center C. Thrcc Ilzmdrcd Fifteen PERSONNEL H. B. TABOR, Guard P. C. TAYLOR, Forward J. S. TENDRICK, Guard L. W. WALQUIST, Guard W. W. WATTS, Forward K. L. WILSON, Forward W. VAIL, Guard The Basketball Season 'FLU' the newest member of the Jinx family is largely responsible for the fact that the basketball flag did not follow the gridiron title to Illinois. Only the sickness of John Felmley in mid season was able to stop the wrecking machine that Ralph Jones had built up and to allow Chicago and Purdue to step out in front in the percentage column. Altogether, eight games were won and four lost, which is a better result than any attained during the last three years. It is disappointing only because Illinois at the beginning of the season seemed to have a championship team that deserved to win the Hag. Practice was started during the football season, but did not get under way actively until December when the duties of guiding the Freshman varsity eleven were lifted from' Ralph Jones' shoulders. The end of the football season also found Burt Ingwersen, Chuck Carney, Laurie Walquist, Win Vail, Reitsch, and others joined with Tug Wilson, Paul Taylor and John Felmley in the battle for places. The fight was a keen one in which only one member of last year's five survived the final judg- ment. He was Paul Taylor at forward. John Felmley, a member of the 1915 and 1916 teams and captain' of the famous Great Lakes five, was awarded the other forward, while Chuck Carney forced Captain Tug Wilson out of the job of center and Laurie Walquist was given the running guard's assignment over Burt Ingwersen, Captain of the 1919 five. Win Vail, back guard on the 1918 squad, was the man chosen to stand the gaif in that trying position. Right from the start, the brilliancy of the Indian attack was apparent. Des- pite the coal strike and consequent closing of school, the team drilled throughout the entire Christmas vacation, the last week being spent in daily workouts against the Northwestern College five of Naperville. An injury to Laurie Walquist in these con- tests forced the diminutive speed boy to the sidelines and gave B'urt Ingwersen a chance in the exhibition contest of January 5. Purdue was the first conference opponent, bringing a veteran team with the famous Tilson still going strong. The contest was a battle from start to finish, the Indians trailing most of the time, but finally slipping through with a 33 to 31 vic- tory. Chuck Carney, with nine field goals, went on record as one of the greatest players Illinois has produced in years. Tilson also chalked up nine baskets. Ohio was next, taking a 40 to 22 beating on January 12. Coming to Urbana with the best team that they had produced in years, the Buckeyes could do nothing with the Indian offense, John Felmley and Chuck Carney starring as usual with seven and five field goals, respectively. Laurie Walquist's floor work and the defen- sive work of Vail also were bright spots. Minnesota, who had also won her first two combats, came next and received what was destined to be the first of many defeats, the final count being 31 to 19. The same Carney-Felmley combination did the Gopher wrecking. Next to fall before the Indian scalpers, were the Badgers whose pun- ishment was set to a 43 to 20 score. Paul Taylor, who had not been hitting the bas- ket in his usual form, hit his stride in the contest and played the leading role in the victory. Michigan followed on Monday, January 26 and went home with a 41 to 14 defeat. Then came final examinations, a week's rest and the Hu, which numbered among its victims John Felmley. John had been acting as captain during the absence of Tug Wilson from the lineup and it is doubtful if a more valuable man could have been lost. Tug Wilson was also injured, leaving only Julie Mee and Burt Ingwersen for the vacant post. The result, when the Indian crew locked horns with Purdue at Lafayette, was the first defeat, the score being 36 to 20. Despite the size of the score, the game was hard fought and only.the sensational shots -of White at running guard were able to stop the Indians winning streak. Undaunted by this setback, the Jones men came back the following Monday night and trounced Ohio at Columbus. The score was 35 to 27. Returning home, the squad found John Felmley out in uniform, but too week to do his best. Chicago, tied with the Indians, took a heart breaking game by a 23 to 21 count, all because this star was not at his best, and the last chance for the title went glimmering the next week when Wisconsin came back in the extra period and hung up a 33, to 29 score for the same reason. This was by far the roughest game of the year, Chuck Carney counting eleven times from the foul line. There is little use in dwelling longer on the disastrous close of a brilliant season. Minnesota was beaten 28 to 20 in the final' game of the northern trip. Chicago made it four defeats and cinched the flag by taking a 27 to 20 game on the Midway floor, and the season closed.with a 26 to 20 victory over Michigan. Although the championship did not return to Illinois where it had been ex- pected, the 1919-20 season was a distinct improvement over those of the past two years. Three Hundred Sixteen f' JOHN FELMLEY Here we have Illinois' jinx player of the year, for had he been able to dodge around the flu in mid season, the title would have rested in the annex once more. At his best, this wiry fellow was one of the fastest floor men in the conference and a dead shot at the loop. He has had three years of service under the teaching of Ralph Jones and was also captain of the Great Lakes five. He will leave a big hole in the Indian formation. Three Hundred Seventeen K. L. WILSON Like Captain Bill Kopp of the football team, Tug Wilson was forced to relinquish his position as a reg- ular, Chuck Carney winning his place at center, while Paul Taylor and John Felmley proved too fast to be dis- placed at forwards. Then, an injury to his knee just as the "flu" struck John Felmley, prevented him from even the role of substitute. Nevertheless, Tug was a typical Illini captain, encouraging the men at all times and fight- ing for them as if he, himself had been in the lineup. Although he did not play regularly Tug will be missed next year. CHARLES CARNEY Charles Carney, center, was leading point winner of the conference. Playing his first year in Big Ten com- pany, this rangy athlete stamped himself one of the best p1ayers.that Illinois has produced. He formed the main factor in the Illini offense and by his ability at free throwing made many an offending rival wish that the referee had not been looking. The next two years should see him among the best in the country. PAUL TAYLOR Paul Taylor was another veteran player, serving one year as center and another as forward before closing his career with the 1920 five. Paul was one of the scrappiest players in the game, playing a big part in the defensive work of the squad as well as doing his bit in putting points into the score book. He was late in finding his eye for baskets, this year, but the Wisconsin game found him' shooting them from all directions. He is another man who will be missed next year. LAURIE WALQUIST Another sophomore to break into conference circles with a bang was Laurie Walquist, the diminutive run- ning guard whose floor work was of the best.. He was always in the thick of things and had a pleasing knack ' f the skirmish with the ball. Once of coming out o u , started with it, and it took a speedy rlval t0 break UP J will not have to worry h' l' d ibbling. ones I ' abimuglliii gigards' with this man to help Captain-elect Vail next year. Eli '9 C. W. KWINJ VAIL Captain-elect Vail is the husky personage upon whose shoulders have rested the bulk of the Indian defense. Standing back in the enemy's territory throughout most of the game, it was his duty to break up the rival of- fense and start the ball once more into Illini regions. That he did it successfully is shown by the scores and by the fact that most of the baskets made by rival teams were of the long range variety. Win is a comebacker starting his career on the 1917-18 five, then enlisting and returning to school last fall. Thrcc Hundred Eighteen BURT INGWERSEN Here is another veteran player who was forced to play the role of sub this year. Captain of last year's five and one of the scrappiest players in the game, this made little difference to Burt who gave the regulars all that he had and showed himself a worthy substitute when needed. He made frequent appearances during the littler pafit of the season and always gave a good account o lmse . JULIE MEE Mee is another newcomer, playing' his first year in fast company. Scholastic difficulties kept him out of things for the first semester, but the new term found him "in right" with the faculty once more. This was fortunate for Illinois, coming' as it did just after illness had removed John Felmley from the lineup. Julie stepped into the breach and showed to advantage, playing ex- worthy of a regular post. iii' H. O. REITSCH Reitsch has the distinction of being the tallest man on the squad. Although he is inexperienced in the ways of conference athletics, Jones has a world of confidence in him and believes that next season will find him a dan- gerous man for any opponent to face. He has two more years in which to win a regular birth and the indications are that he'll succeed. Three Hundred Nineteen ceptionally well against Ohio. Next year should find him H. B'. TABOR Tabor is another member of the second team who served valiantly in furnishing practice for the regulars. A running guard, he had little chance of getting into action with such competition as Laurie Walquist and Burt Ingwersen had to offer. He was a scrapper, how- ever, and made the regular forwards hustle as though in actual conference competition. W. W. WATTS Watts is a product of intra-mural basketball, being a member of the championship fraternity five of last year. Although he did not get into any of the contests, he was a consistent worker on the second team and gave indications of promise. He is a running forward useful both on defense and in ringing up the field goals. A little more practice in this last department will make him worthy of a chance in action. W. S. COLLINS Collins made very few appearances in the regular lineup because he was substitute for Win Vail, a man whom Jones seldom removed from the lineup. However his few performances indicated that with a little more experience, he should become a player to delight the heart of any coach. He has one more year to serve and next season should find him a mighty useful man to have around. Thrcc Hundred Twenty W 'W 'VV -'7""" 315 1' , TM if! -if ,f YL - ,V - gg! 7. f' frat' if kf ' 5:35 . H 454 Freshmen Varsity Football CLASS OF 1923 ANDERSON, Fullback BAKKI, Guard BROMSTEAD, Halfback CLARK, Guard DAVIS, End DARANT, Halfback GREEN, Tackle HALUSKA, Guard HILL, Fullback JAICKS, End JONES, Tackle Tho cc Hundred Twenty-one I PERSONNEL A. J. SCHUETTNER, Coach KENNEDY, Halfback LINDEN, End LYDDON, Eud MCCANN, Halfback MELCHIOR, Guard PEDEN, Halfbaclc PHELPS, Halfbaclc SMITH, Guard STANLEY, Guard STERNAMAN, Quarterback WEST, Tackle WILSON, Halfbaclc Freshmen Varsity Baseball CLASS OF 1922 Top Row-JONES, KUEIIL, xmmxrcn, SAEO, MCKEVITT Sccoml Row-MAC MASTER, cnossuzv, WESTHRFIIEIII, CIIAMIXERLAIN, NELSON CARNEY, Left Field CHAMBERLAIN, Pitcher CRANGLE, Center Field CROSSLEY, Right Field EMERICK, Pitcher FARBER, First Base PERSONNEL RALPH R. JONES, Coach KUEHL, Pitcher LAMPI, Pitcher MAC MASTER, First Base McKEv1'rT, Pitcher NELSON, Pitcher SABO, Shortstop WESTERFIELD, Pitcher Three Hundred Twenty-two V 0 Freshmen VHTSIKY Basketball CLASS OF 1923 Top Row-Esxcnw, LANE, ANDERSON, Mc CANN, Mc cun.nY, HOLMAN, RASMUSSEN, KNOLLIN Coach Sedwld R010-COX, STEWART, AGNESV, KIMBERG, SMITH, FARBER, PIERCE Third Row-nU'r'roN, nounm, VAN LEHSTEN, scum, CARLSON, cor-:'rz AGNEW, Guard " ANDERSON, Forward COX, Center F E DOUBET, Forward " Esxnw, Guard' FARBER, Forward Gom-z, Guard 7 HOLMAN, Forward Three Ilundrcd Twenty-three PERSONNEL ERNESTO R. KNOLLIN,' Coach, HUTTON, Guard LANE, Forward MCCANN, Forward MCCURDY, Guard SCHER, Guard SMITH, Guard STEWART, Forward VAN LEHSTEN, Guard ' WEEGE, Forward Freshmen Varsity Track CLASS OF 1922 T017 R010-BIOHR, HULL, DONOHOE, SCHLAPPRIZZI, CANNON, HAMMERSTEIN, NAGLE, OLANDER, OSBORN Second R010-WHARTON, CADXVELI., MC KEOWN, MC GINNIS, EVANS, HURT, BUCHANAN, NAUGIITON, BOWEY PERSONNEL ' H. L. GILL, Coach D. F. BOWEY A. W. MOHR G. BUCHANAN G. F. MCGINNIS H. E. CADWELL T. A. McKEowN W. C- CANNON P. I.' NAGLE P- H- DONOHOE F. U. NAUGHTON G. G. EVANS M. M. OLANDER A. E. HAMMERSTEIN H. M. OSBORN T. C. HULL F. H. SCI-ILAPPRIZZI E. F. HURT R. F. WHARTON Thrcc Hundred Twenty-four '. 3 Minor Athletics In no department of college activities has the end of the war seen the progress and enthusiasm that was shown in minor and intra-mural athletics this spring, Five minor sports found Illinois represented by strong, well coached teams, far above the average in general ability. Cross country, swimming and water basket- ball, wrestling, boxing, jiu jitsu and gymnastics were the contests entered. Plans for golf and tennis teams are under way, completing the list of athletic activities. Cross country, a fall sport, was not quite as successful as some of the other teams, but Coach Gill accomplished all that could have been expected with a green, inexperienced squad. One dual meet was lost to Purdue and a victory was taken from' Michigan while seventh place was the best that the six men, Allman, Smith, Ewing, Yates, Osborn and Routh could bring back from the conference meet at Columbus, Ohio. Next, Illinois took to the water, and under Coach Ed Man1ey's efficient lead- ership brought home the conference water basketball title and third place in the conference aquatic meet. Four dual meets were also staged, two being won from Wisconsin and Purdue, while Chicago and Northwestern each succeeded in nosing them out. Considering the fact that only two veterans, Captain Johnny Waldo and Faircloth, were back in school, thus forcing Manley to rebuild his team, the results can not be considered as anything but successful. Dennett in the dashes and relays, Dvorak and Beebe in diving were a few of the stars developed during the season. With most of these men eligible for competition next year, the chances of copping from either Northwestern or Chicago, the only teams to nose o-ut the crew of Manley, are strong. Both of these aggregations were strong, composed of veteran swimmers. Another object of interest to sport fans was the introduction of wrestling as a collegiate sport. Paul Prehn, winner of the interallied middleweight champion- ship and a claimant of the national title was secured to coach the squad. Being a wrestler of the "new school", clean cut, well trained and in all ways a Sportsman, his popularity at Illinois was immediate, and interest in the pastime rose to- a high pitch. Despite the newness of the sport, several promising grapplers were uncovered to enter the six weight divisions. Whitson, captain and light heavy weight, proved to be a wrestler of considerable ability, while Ems in the heavy section, Esslinger, middle weighty Jensen, welter weight, Kallas, light weight, and Jacks, feather weight were developed into high class matmen. Two meets, one with Iowa at Urbana on March 6 and the other with Chicago, both resulted in wins for the Illini, the first contest being- by a 21 to 16 count. All contests were of the three bout variety, the winner being required to secure two out of the three falls. In most cases, the battles were forced into extra time and had to be settled on points. Teams have also been busy in gymnastics, boxing and jiu jitsu. Only one contest a dual meet with Chicago, was held by the gymnasts under the leadership of Coach Arthur Schuettner. The final counting found the Maroon acrobats the winners. No meets have been held as yet in- boxing but Coach Knoth has prepared a team which will give a good account of itself. A unique means of creating interest in the manly art was instituted when two round bouts were shown between the halves at the basketball games. With tennis and golf to complete the list of games, Illinois will take her place among the most active contestants in minor, as well as major athletics. Tlwcc Hundred Twenty-five Varsity Cross Country Team SMITH, YATES, ALLMAN, GILL, COGCIL, ENVING, OSBORN, ROUTII PERSONNEL H. L. GILL, Coach J. C. ALLMAN H. N. EWING H. M. OSBORN J. R. ROUTH D. W. SMITH V H. N. YATES Three Hundred Twenty-six Varsity Swimming Team 1920 Top R010-CARY, BEEBE, IIOLLINGSXVORTII, FAIRCLOTII, MALKMUS, JO Second .ROW-DVORAI' DEYNETT, WALDO, ALDERSON, STAMBEIIG, CHASE E. W. ALDERSON W. E. BEEBE W. B. BARBER M. C. CARY G. P. CHRIST K. DENNETT R. F. DVORAK PERSONNEL EDWIN J. MANLEY, Coach J. H. WALDO SWIMMING MEETS 1920 DUAL MEETS uNsoN, EALKENEERG, MANLEY, Coach S. E. FAIRCLOTH G. V. FALKENBERG C. F. JOHNSON A. MCNALLY WM. MALKMUS S. L. PETERSON F. F. STAMBERG March 9, Illinois 403 Purdue 28 March 13, Illinois 333 Northwestern 35 CONFERENCE MEET March 19, Northwestern 373 Chicago 355 Illinois 15 Three Hundred Twenty-seven Varsity Wrestling Team 1920 E , R. K, ,NJ Top Row-mms, NVIIITSON, Captain Second 12010-PRHHN, Coach, cm'm1,l,, nom-'MAN, l"URNl'ISS, 1c,u.LAs Third Row-1f1.osTnoM, Jrcssmz, nssuxcnn, .mcxc ' Boxing Class 1 I , Wir ,yr .LI OSTERMIICR, CRAMER, MOHERLY, CLARK, RASMUSSEN, HOHNER, ANDY Thrcc Ilundrcd Twcmty-eight Varsity Fencing Team 1920 MOHAN, TOLBTAN, SPILVER, XVEHH l I JIU J1tsu K XT ' 'n f Q' ' - 1 s , ,. ' ,, fc ' wi if 1.13 luffb H if ,Q X Q 1 , D g' , X . A X3 - . v, ..Qf.,f.gMLn JAX!! A V!! b Q A, .Mm . . Top Ifow-Mumfrrv, mNswon'r1n', IIANIICSCIII, Coach, 1u,AclmmN, sslrru Svcoozd ,ROIl2'fMUIKl'IlY, NVEISMAN, TANIKAWA - A Three Ihmzlrcd Twenty-nine ,W V 1 X ',-, 1. , ,'f'f k, r. ,X v,' , , ', ,.....-qavGI-f" ' u If "f 4 1 . Z K 1 ! i l I I 1 W w P ! x. 1 ,P , Three I-Izmrlrcrl Thirty Intra-Mural Athletics Nearer to realization than ever before has come the dream of the athletic ohicials of "Athletics for everybody". Although the aim to put every Illini man on a team can not be achieved until there is room enough for the hundreds of teams to compete, the year 1919-20 found more teams and players than ever before. While their more talented classmates were showing their prowess against rival colleges, this scheme of intra-mural athletics started last year, found hundreds of students enjoying the privileges of healthy indoor and outdoor recreation. Every sport was represented by one or more leagues, the baseball season of 1919 finding every fraternity represented by a nine, the Pan-Hellenic league having been taken over by the Athletic Department. After playing a series of games in each division, the winners met to decide which fire place should be decorated by the silver cup. Three teams bid heavily for the honor, Kappa Sigma finally gaining the top over Pi Kappa Alpha and Psi Upsilon. All of the games were well played, and for the most part, hard fought. They were all well attended, organizations gathering en masse ,to boost their teams to victory. September found the football enthusiasts cavorting about every available gridiron, a series of speedy class games being the main features. Each class put a husky squad of grid veterans on the field and many and exciting were the battles staged before the winner could be found. After a few preliminary tussels, the juniors and freshmen were found to be in the lead. But it was not until after two scoreless ties had been played and. a thrilling third battle won by the third year eleven that the champion was announced. Because of the close battles and the numerous ties, interest in the contests waxed keen, class enthusiasts gathering in large numbers at every combat. The winners had a heavy, fighting team, led by Tom Johnson, baseball and basketball player who proved to be a bulwark on defense. Anxious for further laurels, class athletics next turned their attention to a new sport, soccer football. Led by Captain J. M. McKendrick, one of the secretaries of the University Y. M. C. A. and a veteran player in his native land of Canada, teams were entered from each year. Interest in the new pastime rivaled that of other games, the south campus being well filled with fans at every clash. The freshman team, with several stars from Chicago high school squads, proved to be a fairly easy winner, although all of the teams gave them a stiff battle. The seniors, bolstered by numerous foreign students who had enjoyed the sport on their native heaths, were second. An attempt was made to organize a college league, elevens being formed in each of the colleges, but lack of experienced players proved too big an obstacle, so the project was temporarily abandoned. However, the strides made by the new sport are indicative of further success. In fact, it will not be surprising to see Captain McKendick coaching an Illinois team in competition with other strong squads next year. Soccer, through the agency of intra-mural athletics has come to Illinois to stay. Three H undrcd Thirty-one Basketball was the next actor to appear in the sport spotlight, and it was quite a show-more of a pageant than a company playlet. Sixty teams with nearly five hundred students enrolled joined in the battle for medals and loving cups. Contestants were divided into two sections, fraternity and independent. Six divisions were then organized in the fraternity league and as many in the independent group. At the end of a schedule in which nearly two hundred games were played, the winners of each group met in the second roundg Phi Kappa, Kappa Sigma, Sigma Nu, Lambda Chi, Alpha, Delta Phi and Chi Psi were the fortunate fraternity fives to compete, Chi- Psi, Kappa Sigma and Phi Kappa surviving. Chi Psi then drew a bye and the other two met in the semi-finals which found the Phi Kaps in front. They continued there by taking a hard fought battle from the Chi Psis. . Among the independents, the contests were equally hard fought, the final de- cision lying between the Apaches and Bearcats. The Indian crew finally scalped the cat five and then showed their class by easily taking the Phi 'Kaps into their tepees. The game showed clearly that the non-fraternity aggregation had one of the strongest teams seen outside of the conference in some time and it will not be surprising to find several of its members strong contenders for Varsity positions next year. As a whole, the team work of the independent fives was superior to that of the Greek letter teams, the latter depending largely upon one star while the former were built around three or more players who had competed together at high school. However, interest in all of the games was the best that has ever been shown, the Gym annex being the scene of several exciting battles every night during the major part of February and March. Large crowds were always on hand and hard fought battles were the order of the day, two or three extra periods often being needed to pick the winner. The winners were awarded a gold loving cup while the runners up received a silver trophy for winning their divison title. Individual members of the championship five were presented with gold medals. With the close of the basket tourney, plans for interclass swimming, for track, baseball, tennis and other pastimes were made and indications that the spring season will find more men than ever taking part in recreation of the competitive sort are strong. If the present plans materialize, an opportunity will be given more men than before to participate in the track meet, each contestant being granted a. special chance to train and fit himself for his respective events. Relay teams will also be organized, thus adding further zest, to the competition, with the result that future Hal Pogues and other stars are likely to be uncovered at any time simply because every man will have an opportunity to show his worth. Intra-mural athletics is in its .second year at Illinois and it is now a regular part of the athletic schedule. Only the lack of space will keep every student from an opportunity to take part. 4 1 Three Humlrcd Thirty-two Intra-Mural Basketball INTRA-MURAL CHAMPIONS 1920 APACIIES-Int1'a-Mural Basketball Champions for 1920 :md winners of Independent division Top Ron' 'VOI.I.AND, mzllclc, NICVILLIJ. HATES Second Nou-N1-iflcil-'H-Iii, crclsml., cnossmv, 1'1Il1.l,Ir's FRATERNITY CHAMPIONS PHI KAPPA-Champions of Fraternity division ol' Intm-Mu1'z1l Basketball tournament. i 1 ii HONNEN, TKACH, LANG, IKRENNAN, CIIANGLE, GROGAN, WALSH, MCllIiIlM0'I"l', .IORIYAN Thrtc Ilundrvd Thirty-thr1'a Class Football Champmns CLASS OF 1920 I f I P -. 5 1 l . . 1 1 Top Row-NAnD1, Prm:nsoN, .101-1NsoN, sxyman, cmmr ,,,, Second R010--STIIOME, UTLEY, 1ioLMr:n, COLLINS, FROMMANN Third R010-MCKINNEY, mszmm, CARLSON, NAY, nussmu., BARBER lntra-Mural Baseball ' 1919 CHAMPIONS Tap R010-BEEKMAN, IJEEIQMAN, Murznuzn, SHLAUDEMAN, sclyroax-'rum Second R010-BAUJAN, sunny, IIOLLINGSNVORTII, Powrzns, sPmNcs'roN, THOMAS, EVANS Three Hundred Thirty-four Soccer Champions CLASS OF 1923 ' 5-.. Above, we see a photograph of the freshman soccer squad, champions of the first interclass soccer tournament to be staged at Illinois. The team was composed largely of Chicago men who had participated in the Chicago Soccer league competition before coming to the University. Coached by J. M. McKendrick, himself a soccer star of note in Canada and Scotland, this aggregation had little difficulty in bringing in the first prize. The fact that the freshman class should win first honors in a new sport is significant, for it means that with further coaching, and another year at college, the team members will be able to represent Illinois against outside organizations-a fact that augurs well for the growth of the sport here. Interest was keen throughout the year and an attempt to form' a team to compete with the strong factory elevens in St. Louis and Chicago failed only because of the lack of experienced players talented enough to meet the stronger opponents. Another year should seep this difficulty removed and a team wearing the Orange and Blue should then be cavorting about with the best of them. Soccer appears to be the coming sport at Illinois. Three Humlrccl Thirty-five Three Hundred Thirty-six n , 1 I I I I I I I I I I ,Iv--'gf-WT'-.,--T--.1-..rf...-.T ..U..-....-qm- .,?...--fn.,-p,-. , .I .,., J , ,.. f..f .. .... ...,.,.. II ,.. . I I: ,, , I, . . 1 X . ,- I. .I :n , , . Q. ,X I., 1 . ,IN X, ' 1 I' I 1 V , 1, ., ,, I I I I I Q, I . If :Aw . .VM xg :U I I I mn III I'luI' I "I ' ' 'I - I-.. ll 'I II.-:I'. I nu ' ,I n nn. .. IP. I O ILGAN I ZATIQ - I"l ,,,.,.,.7,. ,.,... , Y J . I ,WN ., . . , I 1 I ' gsm 'Sys 1 , ' SC . Q' -- If-I , I I 1 I I I If I I' I : ,. I I . f f xx fx, ,I 1 II., l":'b'B2'4 fdiigf-Ze?" ' V2 Q I , 'f ,- L-H . I' I Y' , Q 2196 A f' Q5 1' fb . ' R '? X T IFE? yt 9' 5 -AE FDATERN ITIES Pan Helenic Council Delta Tau Delta L. L. CURRIER W. E. HALL Sigma Chi ' H. BOESCHENSTEIN G. E. MILNER Kappa Sigma W. J. CARTHAUS T. B. CASTLE Phi Kappa Sigma H. H. RATH F. G. MAURER Phi Delta Theta J. A, BURKE G. G. WALTERS Alpha Tau Omega H. W. CROSS S. D. DANIELS Phi Gamma Delta H. W. GIBSON, JR. H. C. ECKHART Sigma Alpha Epsilon G. S. FITZI-IUGH J. G. GRIGG Beta Theta Pi W. W. DONLEY J. H. WILSON Sigma Nu R. E. SPANGLER W. B. RUSSEL Phi Kappa Psi , W. F. LOCKWOOD B. A. INGWERSON Delta Kappa Epsilon J. S. MOHR E. L. CHILDS Delta Upsilon K. L. WILSON G. H. KILPATRICK Theta Delta Chi P. S. WESCOTT E. C. WILNER Zeta Psi S. C. GREENE G. M. CROSBY Phi Sigma Kappa R. O. METZLER C. J. SCHULTZ Alpha Delta Phi H. C. SHAW R. E. ALLEN Chi Psi W. C. EVANS R. C. PREBLE Chi Phi P. L. ARMSTRONG C. E. KEOK Alpha Sigma Phi S. H. WALLACE J. T. THOMAS 1 ho ee umlrcd Thirl lj-SCUIVII ',W,,,,,v. . ,V,. Established 1911 Acacia W. A. DIESEL R. W. WINKLER Sigma Pi W. W. BROWN W. B. BARKER Tau Kappa Epsilon E. A. BIEDERMAN A. L. SAGENDORPH Phi Kappa E. J. SMITH M. A. TKACH Theta Chi C. B. KEEHNER D. LUMMIS Alpha Chi Rho R. W. LILY W. W. DAYTON Beta Phi M. R. RANSFORD F. W. MEZEK Alpha Gamma Rho R. V. WATSON E. O. PAULSON Sigma Phi Epsilon W. A. GEHLBACK J. F. MARTINO Pi Kappa Alpha D. E. BEAN W. H. MARTIN Phi Kappa Tau E. A. SANDLER K. E. MILLS Sigma Phi Sigma W. MALKMUS F. M. LIVINGSTON Ilus J. J. BICKEL J. W. CANNON Iris O. G. BRAIN W. W. WATTS Chi Beta C. H. RADEKE R. W. SAWYER Pi Pi Rho G. B. WHITMAN F. L. WORTHINGTO Delta Sigma Phi W. L. KEEPERS I. R. SMITH Lamba- Chi Alpha W. R. BAKER J. H. CUSTER Triangle O. J. FLEMING P. L. CARLSON N Delta Tau Delta ,Founded at Bethany College 1 8 5 9, Sixty- One Active Chapters I ATA :Y ifklt I .. X BETA UPSILON CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1872 MEMBERS IN FACULTY I KENDRICK CHARLES BABCOCK, Ph.D. EUGENE DAVENP0RTVLL.D. IRA OSBORN BAKER, D.Eng. EDGAR JEROME TOWNSEND, Ph.D. PHINEAS LAWRENCE WINDSOR, Ph.D. MARTIN JOHN PRUOHA, Ph.D. FRANK FOOTIT, A.B. FRANK SMITH, A.M. GEORGE Foss SCHWARTZ, Mus.B. G, R. CRECR-AFT, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates EDWIN LYNN COVEY, A.B. JACOB ,PAUL SOHNELLRAOHER CARL AOKERMAN BURNSIDE CHARLES JESSE DAVIS MYRON LESTER REES LEWIS BERNARD PAGIN ROBERT WALLER GRIESER S eniofrs ARMER C. JOHNSON JOHN SHEDD PRESCOTT GEORGE MILLIM SIEMENS, JR. WILFRED EMIL HALL DEAN M. ARNOLD Juniors HAZEN HENRY JOHNSTON LAURENOE CURRIER JOHN WELLINGTON FOSTER DONALD CHAMBERS DODDS WILLIAM FRANK PERCIVAL JOSEPH W. PERCIVAL CHARLES BAYERD JOHNSON WELLINGTON WHITAKER SCOTT ROBERT FILLMORE LOVETT WALTER CLARENCE KOHN ELLIOTT EUGENE FOSTER - ' Sophomores WILLIAM RUFFLE ROOT PAUL' ALBERT NELSON MERVIN FRANKLIN COTES CARL EDWARD ATWOOD DONALD MCCLURE PATTISON THOMAS McKEEvER FRANKLIN GILMORE CLARENCE MOULTON NEEDHAM GORDON FLEMING EDGAR MORGAN PAUL KENNEDY LEROY THOMAS PAULSON Freshmen WILSON COOK SMITHERS JOHN 'BENNETT BRANT GEORGE AMAN DOBSON . MAURICE M. HUGHES RICHARD KEBBON DANIEL WEBSTER BRANNAN RALPH E. FORESMAN RICHARD FOWLER RUSSEL TALMADGE BRENNER FRANK L. RISHER EDWIN BIDDINGER Three H umlrcd Thirty-eight mg-sf , , "ww .unwr- T017 120711-MORGAN, FOVVLICR, IIISIIER, GILMORE, HRANNAN, SCOTT, E. FOSTER, HALL, ll. JOHNSON, COTES, ATWOOD, DOIISON, FORESAM, ROOT, KOIIN, IIUGIIICS, JOHNSTON, NELSON, FLEMING, KEIXISON, IIIDINGER Second Row-Mcxmcvnn, SIEMENS, 1ucNNrcnY Third Row-nnAN'r, LOVETT, AnNoI.n, Pnrcscowr, sM1T11Ens Fourth Row-oovlsv, cmmmn, A. JOHNSON, nurmsrme, w. 1-1mc1vAL, J. Fosmn, norms, PAGIN Fifth, Rmvhlmms, cnlmslm, lmvls, sc1INm,L1mc1Ixm, J. 1'nnclvAL Th rcc llzmdrcd Thirty-uiaw Sigma Chi Founded at Miami Univer- sity 1855, Seventy-Two Active Chapters KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1881. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors HAROLD BOESCHENSTEIN ROLAND MORTON POEHLMAN CHESTER WILSON CLEVELAND WILLIAM IRVIN POSTON HAROLD EUGENE HAYWARD JOSEF EDWARD WITTERS JACK LOwITz HAROLD GRIFFITH BAKER PHILIP ROLLEN MELANGTON Juniors FRANK MONROE ANDREWS GEORGE ELLSWORTH MILNER RANDOLPH HUNDLEY BARNARD FRANK LINDELL PETERSON WARREN ROBERTS HOUGH ELMER CLIFFORD ROBERTS JAMES WHITNEY LEEMING FRANK MALTBY WALLACE Sophovmores I FREDERICK CONRAD ALBERSHARDT JOHN HENRY ALBERSHARDT OLIVER MILTON BARR, JR. HAROLD LEH MAN BARTHOLOMEW LESTER CREWS EDWARDS JOHN BROWNLEE FREDERICKSON GEORGE GALE GILBERT, JR. LEON KENNETH LINDAHL PAUL GAYLAND MOFFETT ROBERT WATT RICHARDS LOWELL HESTON STORMONT EVAN BRYSON STRAUSS WADE FRANKLIN WOLK DONALD HEARD YOUNGS ' MASON STARRING LE ROBERT LESLIE BAIRD, JR. Freshmen EDWARD HAMILTON BANKER, JR. RAYMOND CLEARY LLOYD EARL ELDRIGE RULO EDWARD GARN WILLIAM OWENS HEATH WILLIAM McKAY HO 1 I I K' 4-'Il '-I VY' W' 'Iii' ' EMING HENRY RUGGLES MATHIAS I JOHN LYNN MCCORMICK CHARLES JEROME MURPHY JOHN WALTER NELSON JAMES GLADWYN THOMAS EDWIN SILAS WELLS, JR. FFMAN Thrcr: llundrcrl 1701111 T017 R010-GILBERT, MILNER., ICDXVARDS, IIAKICR, ROBEIITS, XVALLACE, J. LEEMING, IIAYNVARH, LINDAIIL, M. LEEMING, POSTON, MELANGTON, POEI-ILMAN, HOUGII, J. ALIKERSIIARDT SGCOYN1 R010-ANDREWVS, BARTIIOLOMENV, BOESCHENSTEIN, BARNARD, LOWITZ, PETERSON, MOFFETT, BARR, RICHARDS, CLEVELAND, WOLK, F. ALIHCRSIIARDT, FREDICRICKSON, STRAUSS, STOIIMONT, YOUNGS Third Row-Imwru, 'rHoMAs, EIDRIDGE, MATIIIAS, IIANKFIR, WELLS Fourth Rmu--NELSON, Mumfnv, cmmnv, munn, umm, MCCORMICK Tlwve Ilmvrlrvd l"urL11-mu: X-I1 If - I I .1 A I 3 I I., .Q 1. . I 1 f 1 iliwl ' I - I H 1221! Mui Qiigffl Kappa Slgma Wil! Founded at the University Iglffg of Virginikz 1867, Eighty- rf If Five Active Chapters mi M5,if.g . M1 '..'1f.U5Ef5.' sh f :I 'Z JJ., fig. JLYJPFIZ? iii' ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Hilti Established at Illinois 1891 AW MEMBERS IN FACULTY ifgifejfg GEORGE A. HUFF, B.S. CHARLES E. BRADBURY, Ph.D. Qi5,S..l ERNEST W. BAILEY, M.S. HARRY MOHLMAN, B.S, gfgwi HERBERT E. EASTLACK, Ph.D. STANLEY HALL, B.S. fiijglf. HERBERT F. MOORE, M.S. IVAN B. BOUGHTON, D.V.M. 595:35 Wifi. '36 Q I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W1--' lil" . I Seniors P1 g E KENNETH G. COLLING A. BURKEY GWINN T55 3" CHARLES H. HOULT E, JAMES SKELLY ERNEST L. MALAPERT WILLIAM J. CARTHAUS QM HARRY R. SCHLAUDEMAN CHARLES W. RODEWALD iff A -ALFRED C. THOMAS Lf-Ii Juniors IQl3.'-Qi CLIFFORD B. GOULD ' G. BAILEY SPRINGSTON ,gvjjh WALTER S. MUELLER CLAYTON M. ZINSER fS23j1 BARCLAY A. EVANS P. CECIL BAUJAN Qjifol- HARMAN L. BUEHLER HARRY L, BEEKMAN Igjj DENZIL M. HOLLINGSWORTH HENRY L. BEEKMAN LMQFQI' E. VALIENT YOUNG J. ELLIS MACHAMAR Wg. OSCAR E. SCHOEFFLER CHARLES H. NICHOLSON . TILMAN B. CANTRELL uggg-,I LW'- Sophornores mfg.. 'I MYRVEN F. GIFT FRED F. GEISS Clif, ALBERT E. HAMMERSTEIN GORDON F. MCGINNIS 3.1511 M. EDWARD NELSON GEORGE G. EVANS RAY L. POWERS THOMAS F. FERNS gif, 2, EUGENE A. EVANS WALTER S, SIEBERT fl RICHARD J. HILL Igff,-fm Freshmen I DUDLEY G. SMITH ' TURNER A. MOCARTHY 11- 'ff GEORGE E. MILLER ' ' JOHN' E. COOKE ' All f 'Q THEODORE A. HALQUIST MAURICE S. CI-IAMBERIIAIN 5'-,Aff HENRY J. SCHOEFFLER WILLIAM A. STEINVVEDELL W! CLARENCE A. PETERSON ALBERT H. COX ,I BURTON E- HURD CLARENCE E. ESKEW gf? RAYMOND F. DOBBINS 4- .,.. 1 eff! Three Hundred Forty-two Top R010-COX, PETERSON, ESKEXV, GEISS, IIURU, MILLER, SMITII S6l!0'VLd 18010-IIALQUIST, MC CARTIIY, II. SCHOEFFLER, DOBIKINS, PONYEIKS, MACGINNIS, STEINXVEDELL, COOKE TlLf7'd R010-FERNS, G. EVANS, GIFT, 1'IAMMER.S'1'EIN, ISAUJAN, YOUNG, HILL, E. EVANS, SIEIIERT Fourth R010-B4 EVANS, MAcHAMArq, IIOLLINGSWORTU., CANTRELI4, HARRY BEEKMAN, NICIIOLSON, 0. sc11om'Fmn, HENRY nmmcnmx, zmsnn, sPmNcsToN Fifth R010-COOLING, GWINN, SKISLLY, CARTIIAUS, RODEXVALD, MALAl'EIl'I', COULD, SCIILAUDIEMAN, THOMAS, MUELLER, IIOULT Three Ilzmdrcd F0l'tU-llL1'4ft' Phi Kappa Sigma Founded at University of Pennsylvania 1850, Thirty Active Chapters rr ' f 3 .H'l E . V' -f,NY RHO CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1892 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ARTHUR ROBERT CRATHORNE, Ph.D. CHRIS SIMEON RHODE, B.S. ARTHUR CUTTS WILLARD, Ph.D. PAUL NISLEY LANDIS, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate ' AMOS HIRSCH, B.S. Seniors HAWLEY LESTER SMITH ARTHUR ALOYSIUS DAILEY JULIAN WALTER DEVLIN FREDERICK GOTTLIEB PAUL MAURICE BROWN ROBERT ARMINGTON IDE GLENWOOD HAIGH KERSHAW WILLIAM LAYTON WATERMAN RICHARD WENDELL REICHLE EDGAR LEE DOYLE CARL FREDRICK HARMS ROY MILLER BELNAP ARTHUR SIMON CHAROT FRANCIS NEWELL GRINNELL MELVIN CARL CARLSON WILLIAM KENNETH SPENCE GEORGE AUGUST HARTUNG FRANCIS MERRILL BEATTY THEODORE ANDREWS' DAVIDSON KARL ALVIN REMBE SETH WARREN RYAN JOHN KEENEY MCDOWELL HAROLD FLEMING COPE GLENN AMOS BROUGH MAURER THOMAS MORGAN BEAUMONT JAMES BRYANT MASON HOWARD HARBIN RATH RAYMOND WINFIELD BOOS ARTHUR BURNAM DURHAM SAMUEL KENDALL GIBSON KENNETH DENNETT ALLEN EDGAR BULLEY HAROLD GREGORY ATHERTON MORRIS HORATIO SMITH HOWARD EMSLEY IRWIN ARTHUR FAY MEEKS RUPERT ALLISON STERZIK JOHN CARL BARRETT ROWLAND HILL MURRAY ARNOLD MAURICE LETTIE CARL FREDRICK STUEBING 7'hrw' llmzdrcrl Forty four TY f " T013 R010-RYAN, MURRAY, REMRE, LETTIE, DAVIDSON, STUEIXING, IRWIN Second R010-BEATTY, BELNAP, BULLEY, SPENCE, GIBSON, GRINNICLL, DENNETT, CARLSON, IIARTUNG, CIIABOT, HARMS, DURHAM Third Row-MASON, Klsrzslmw, HEAUMONT, nA'rII, DOYLE, nmcllm Fourth Row-unouclr, coma, smrn, LANDIS, DEVLIN, MAUmm, DAILEY, Mc DOXVELL, IDE, 1mowN, NVATERMAN Three I1'1mfl1-rd Forty-jim' Phi Delta Theta Founded at Oxford Uni- versity 1848, Eighty- Six Active Chapters . Q-'..g - : ' V-w-I ' Q' -vw ETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1893 MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. A. OLDFATHER, Ph.D. STEBBINS, Ph.D. ggyamuuw F9959 ?'9'F7??'?5 P59571 93 QPFDTW SQFBPQ F99 5"2'. '11 UU' 25-5955 2252? 555 SE Fra-ag ir-ENC:-3 gwq Nm N345 Zwlflgzg O-am me P1 O OF' -15s, cow 5 Z ma' myw suzm o 32:4 2 E 5' . B'. GREENE, Ph.D. W. DEWOLF, B.S. E. CUNNING1-IAM, . GREEN, A.M., LL.B. A.B. W. A. RUTH, Ph.D. J. M. LINDGREN N. C. Bnooxs, Ph.D. H. K. DENNIS G. M. WHIPPLE G. P. TUTTLE G. H. COLEMAN, M.S. 'MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY' Seniors Juniors M. O. MILLS H. Sophomores M. KENNY Freshmen I R. J. COLSON ' H. W. OSTROM N. B. SMITH M. MITCHELL J. W. F. VON BINZER F. D. BENNET J. W. MACDONALD B. W. BULLocK H. J. KELLY W. B. SHURTZ W. E. HUNT W. M. BRANCH J. A. MCCREERY J. N. JANSEN J. G. BURRIS E. J. COYLE Three Hundred Forty-six w V - Top 12010--KENNY, JANSEN, mcmv, Mc cmsmnv, corvrrs, G. RALSTON, numus Second Row- HUNT, wn.1mnsoN, mzls, NVUESTEMAN, nux.Loc1c, voN n1Nzm:, sxumrz Third R010-1IACDONAl.D, BENNET, NVALKER, KELLY, Alvxslmnv, L. mmNc1r, F1.ANAnAN. ooym, M. xmANc1I If'om-th, Row-uumcu, sxrrm, J. RALSTON, wmmns, HART, co1.soN, os'rnoM, Mxwcxucm., smmoun Three llzmrlrcd Forty-seven MEMBERS IN FACULTY Alpha Tau Qmega Founded at Virginut Military Institute 1865, Seventy-Tivo Active Clzayaters -4:43 t m.. 0-1'7" s ' fr--' :mzf-Tn.q9 ' . A Q. 4 ,- . Q-,I ., -' i2', ' .,-,: . GAMMA ZETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1895 DAVID MCFARLAND, Ph.D. B. SMITH HOPKINS, Ph.D. SOLOMAN CADY HOLLISTER, B.S. J. J. DIDCOCT, M.A. NATHAN AUSTIN WESTON, Ph.D. THOMAS ARKLE CLARK, B.L. RODGER ADAMS, Ph.D. JOHN SIMON CLEAvINGER, B.A. HARRY FRANKLIN HARRINGTON, M.A NATHANIEL C. CURTIS, Ph.B., B.S. CI-IAUNCEY A. BENNETT, Capt. F.A., U.S.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRANCIS MARION WRIGHT SCOTT MILLHOLLAND JULIAN ELWYN LEROY SIMMONS GLENN WILLIAM FREDE HUGH WARE CROSS DANIEL VICTOR SNYDER HERBERT MCCLAIN ARRICK HARRY CECIL CLARK DONALD ELLIS RICHARDSON STEWART DERRY DANIELS BRUCE WARD JOHNSON THEODORE EMIL FROMMAN RUBEN STANLEY FLETCHER HUSTED ARTHUR AUGUR SQUIER REX HANNA SEILER ROBERT PENNEY POWELL HAROLD HARVEY CHAPMAN HENRY ARMSTRONG EVERETT MORGAN BUFORD Seniors CARLETON HEALY HAROLD VESEY SNYDER HOWARD HAYDEN COOK ANDREW HOYLE CHARLES WILLIAM EDGAR MCELROY Juniors ROBERT MCFALL CANTRELL WILLIAM LINCOLN NOELLE GEORGE HENRY EBERSPACHER JOI-IN BRUCE BUTLER WESLEY KERN WETTERGREN DEWEY ARTHUR ERICSON WILLIAM BARBER GODFREY CARLSON Sophomores EDWIN FREEMAN BURR ALBERT HOWELL DORSEY JAMES KNOX BROOKS Ffreshinen . I THOMAS TYRRELL GARTH WILLIAM PATRICK MILAN CARTER DAVIS PEEBLES CAROL GWYN ROSAIRE JAMES WILLIAM GARTH Tlwvc Huiulrcrl Forty-eight , I V . ' ' V, ' . ,A ' 235: 2, . ' ' Top Row-Pownm., nosmnm, MILAM, mvmumvr, nuvoxm, J. GAILTH, T. cmvm, Pmxanms Second R010-AIIRICIC, NOELLE, CHAPMAN, unoolcs, squmn, nusmn, smmn, numz, nonsxcv, xmrmmz Third R010-DANIELS, BUTLER, .Io1INsoN, ERRICSSON, FROMMAN, CANTRELL, nIcIIAnus0N, Eumnsrnxcllmre, NVETTERGREN, CARLSON, CLARK Fzmrtlz. R010-CHARLES, xr. v. sNYmm, JULXAN, Hr:AI.x', cnoss, SIMMONS, Fnmbla, n. v. SNYDER, coolc, Mc annoy, wnrcur Tlwrnr llzmrlrvrl Furtlf-Ninn: Phi Gamma Delta Founded at J e ferson College 1 8 4 8, Two Active Chapters A, ic" , Sixty- CHI IOTA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1897 MEMBERS IN FACULTY DAVID KINLEY, Ph.D., LL.D. GEORGE A. GOODENOUGH, M.E. JAMES M. WHITE, B.S. JOHN DETLEFSON, D.Sc. STEPHEN A. FORBES, Ph.D., LL.D. JOHN L. ERB, F.A.G.O. ARTHUR H. DANIEL, Ph.D. JOSEPH E. BURGESS ELMER HOLRROOR, E.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY RAYMOND CHRISTIAN HAAS CHARLES ERNEST LOVEJOY, JR. JOHN HENDERSON POWELL, JR. HARRY WILSON GIBSON, JR. ALVIN CARL BROMM Seniors BERNARD EUGENE DAVIDSON FREDERICK WILLIAM MEYER, JR. ERNEST GLADSTONE MCKAY EDMUND WALDO ALDERSON CLIFFORD GORDON DUNPHY WILBERT HOMER FERGUSON , HAROLD CROCKER ECKART CHARLES DUNCAN MCGREGOR EDWARD LAWRENCE HUBBELL HAROLD RAYMOND HAASE CHARLES PARNELL MCCORMICK FLOYD CONWAY LARIMER Juniors NORMAN BALDWIN WILLIAMS JAMES DICK GIBSON JOSEPH LOREN CAVINS WILLIAM GODDARD BREWSTER EARL HENRY LEMENAGER HERBERT JOHN SCHMITZ Sophomores WILLIAM ARTHUR LEMENAGER JOSEPH FIFER BOHRER CHARLES HENRY SHELLER DONALD MILTON ERB JOHN THOMAS GIBSON JAMES STEATOR POTTER ALDEN GALLOP ROAC CLARENCE HERMAN MEYER HENRY EBERT WURST VERNON WILMOT HENRY WALTER CHAMBERLAIN WILSON JOHN MCCULIIOUGH FOSTER CARL REINHOLD BROMM Freshmen I RALPH FARADAY SPICER GIFFORD HAROLD HENRY EUGENE DUNCAN FUNK, JR. ANDREW GLIDDEN BRADT PAUL FERDINAND HAASE ALLMON GRANT FORDYCE ' H GEORGE RAYMOND KENNEDY MARVIN GEORGE PROBST MATHEW SCOTT BROMWELL WILLIAM CHISHOLM STUBBS CHARLES THATCHER SHELLABAR JOHN WARDELL SAWYER GER. Three Hundred Fifty Top Rmv-smcrm, cAs1'r.r:, s,mmcN'r, .1. n. c:msoN, J. T. c:1nsoN, smvylcn, IERADT, 1"0S'l'liII, Iccrumrrr, WXLSON, Pnonsr, SIIICILAIKARGEII Second Row-v. 111cNnY, wuusw, OWENS, n. no1.ANn, ncmcrr, w. 1.mmcNAmm, LAIIIMICR, Mc coluvnclc, lmomxvmm., nnnwsmn, c. nnoMM, GRIFFITII , Third Row-nmxmc, smc1.I.lcn, 1mNNlcnY, I'o'r'1'm:, c. Mlm-zn, P. IIAASIL' FUNK, scumrrz, G. 1mNm', swumxs Fourth. Row-P. ROLAND, E. IMINIICNAGICIL, wIm.mMs, CAVLNS. I-'0l!hYCli, llUlHll1lI.L Fifth Raw-Il. lnmsrx, nAvn1soN, Mcumcuon., 1-owm.l,, noumau, H. uuxsoN Sixth. R010-lDUNI'IIY, MCKAY, F. Mmlm, 1-'lcnGUsoN, Lovmov, mms, A. xmoMM, Anmansox Three Ilundrcd Fifty-one Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded at University of Alabama 1856, Ninety- Two Active Chapters IA: QM O 7 BETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1898 MEMBERS IN FACULTY OSCAR A. LEUTWEILER, M.E. WALTER C. COFREY, M.S. CHARLES M. MOCONN, A.M. FREDERICK N. EVANS, A.B., M.L.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates' OWEN MOINTOSH BURNS GEORGE EDWARD SLADEK Seniors GAYLORD STILLMAN DAVIDSON MALCOLM EDWARD SOHROYER DANA LEE TODD GREENE SMITH FITz-HUGH JEROME BRUNER GRIGG CLARENCE EDWIN FREETO Juniors GEORGE VICTOR BUCHANAN, EDWARD KERNS ALLEN AMBROSE SIMMON JAMES THOMAS REID NIGEL DOBELL CAMPBELL ROBERT VERNON RAY FIDELIO ALEXANDER ROSEMAN MARION FOWLER COOLLEY JAMES KEITH FINLEY RUDOLPI-I FAGERBURG CLYDE CYRENIUS YOUNG J HOWARD HUTSON BENTLEY CHARLES MARIS KERNS, JR. WILLIAM HUNSINGER TUOKER ERWIN ALBERT KRAMER MAYNARD HOLDING RAGGIO Sophomores WILLARD TUOKER CUNNINGHAM ROBERT GARNER GRA WILLIAM PAUL THOMSON DONALD WESLEY HOOTON THEODORE PRESTON BOURLAND JAMES BARTON SMITH ROBERT BLUFORD VIOLETTE WALTER CHURCH DYE DELBERT LESLIE WELLS ROBERT JOSEPH EBERSOLE JOSEPH MERLE LYND HAROLD ESMOND VAUGHAN IRVING GAYLE BARTLETT EDWIN RAINEY PROUTY WILLIAM HAMILTON CORBIN HAM HARRY CLARKE CHARLES EDWARD WHITING JOHN RUSSELL YOUNG JOHN DEMPSTU DAVIDSON DAVID ANDREW FRANDSEN EDWARD FREDERICK LETHEN Tlircc llunrlrcd Fifty-two 'QW f-yi. Mk,- T011 R010-DYE, CORIXIN, CLARKE, J. DAVIDSON, IIOOTON, PROUTY, LETXIEN, YIOLETTIC, E. KERNS SOC0'llll .ROIU-SMITH, FAGERHURG, FRANDSON, EBERSOLE, BOURLANIY, THOMSON, REID, VAUGIIAN, NVELLS Th'i7'd ROI!!-SIMRION, RAY, C. YOUNG, IIARTLETT, GRAHAM, LYND, COOLLIGY, FINLICY, CUNNINGIIAM, ROSEMAN, NVIIITING Fam-th Row-rmcmo, BENTLEY, CAMPBELI., xcnmvnsn, Tuclmn, G. DAVIDSON, SCIIROYER, Gmac, Frrzxlucm, BUCHANAN, rnnmo Three Hundred Fifty- three Beta Theta Pi Founded at Miami Uni- versity 1 83 9, Seventy- Nine Active Chapters X O 'Re' ' BUF! ' f- fx Ag? , SIGMA RHO CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1902 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ELMO S. WATSON, A.B. GEORGE M. SMITH, Ph.D. FRANK W. CLIPPENGER, M.A. FLOYD THAYER, B.S. WILLIAM S. BAYLEY, Ph.D. K. M. MCKENSIE, Ph.D. LEON D. TILTO-N, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors WARDELL WILKINSON JOHN M. CREBS MARION B. HARLAND HENRY H. Goss PHILIP A. NIEBERGALL AUSTIN FOX ROBERT P. GARDNER ALFRED D. HARVEY JAMES D. HAVENS W. RAY CAMERON WALTER W. DONELLY JOHN M. NIEHAUS RICHARD D. COUGHANOUR ALVIN L. LANG Juniors EDWIN A. DYSON ROBERT STREHLOW GEORGE M. KLEDER GEORGE H. MUGGE EDWARD C. HAYS HERBERT N. EWING PHILIP S. LORD J. HAWLEY WILSON PHILIP G. SIMONS CYRUS B. STEWART HOWARD W. HARMAN JOSEPH R. PATTON ARTHUR GRAHAM FOSTER M. POOLE Sophomores CHARLES D. JACOBS LYLE C. BROWN JOHN R. GREEN SCOTT R. NEGLEY EUGENE M. MOCOLM HERBERT B. WHITE JEROME K. FLAHERTY HEMAN J. WHITTIER ABNER H. BOWEN ALAN B. CAMERON CHARLES BOWEN ' Freshmen ALFRED RODECKER EDWARD SULLIVAN DEAN M. CLARK ALONZO R. ANDERSON ROBERT MCBRIDE T. DRENNAN WILSON EDWIN TUKEY Three Hundred Fifty four w if -W-1, A Top Itou--GREEN, Jfxcous, Mc couvr, T. WILSON, SULLIVAN, Tummy, nomaclum Second Row-A. now1cN, cLAn1c, wxm-E, m.A1mn'rY, c. nowmr, wxfurrmn, xm.owN, Mc umum Third Row-sxMoNs, NEGLEY, EWING, Loxm, GRAHAM, A. cAnuanoN, ANDERSON, uns Fourth Raw-s'mwAn-r, smmuow, Pm-'roN, mmunoolc, KLEDER Fifth. Raw-nAvmNs, NVIIBON, cnE:us,nYsoN',MUccmj room, scamu., couommoun, GOSS Sixth Row-Fox, n. CAMERON, NIEBERGALL, cAnn1NEn, Nlmmus, DONLEY, HARVEY Three Hundred Fifty-five 979 SQFFFF U PFWFQ W. wupmpm ?'Ul7d"U W? mQwWWw 2wGWmF? HFU?-'FQEPU FDFFY111 Sigma Nu Founded at Virginia Military Institute 1869 Eighty Active Chapters GAMMA MU CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1902 MEMBERS IN FACULTY PICKELS, JR., C.E. W. F. MCCAUGHEY, M.S. WATKINS, Ph.D. C. R. MOANLIS, C.E. F. A. RUSSELL, Ph.D. REDING MURRAY MALLERS STOVER RUSSELL WATSON CARLTON SPANGLER WETHERELL BAKER MISENER RUSSELL STOOKHAM HOFF SMITH MALLERS HAGER MURRAY QUINN WEILEPP WREITH INGERSOLL POLLOOK MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W. Seniors W. F. GAST ' C. R. LA BIER S. J. WILKINSON S. W. BLISS O. A. PROELLS F. G. OLBRICH Juniors R. M. EATON T. .H. UTLEY P. A. WILKINSON D. M. EATON A. H. FESSLER H. L. HUGHES W. M. MCFARLAND Sophomores H. J. ARTER L. E. WALKER J. E. FRIEDRICHS H. W. HARDING R. S. HOLSON D. C. PEDEN E. HAZELRIGG Freshmen W. IJ. WELSH P. T. GREEN J. F. MCLEAN R. W. BRAMBERG B. R. LATHE Tlvrce Hundred Fifty-six 1 -14.5 : R- , w " Top Row-mmmv, sluwu, NVEIl.El'I', wlmvru, IXRARIIXEHG, MCLEAN, LATHE, voLLocxi Second Row-1-IAzELmGc:, PEmcN, ARTER, n. MURRAY, vnmnmclls, CARLTON, noxfv, XVALKER, IIAGER, 1xAnn1Nu Third R010-IIOLSON, Mc 1-'AnLANn, x-'x:ss1.Ian, nA1mn, n. mA'1'oN,4wr1'r1mmcLL, u'rLxzx', n. 1cA'roN, MALLERS, QUINN Fourth Row-sr-ANGLER, w. RUSSELL, Mlsmmm, STOCKIIAM, .1. MALLERS, c. nussrsLL, OLBRICII, IVATSON, uumms, P. WILKINSON Fifth R010-GAST, LA num, s. WILKINSON, mznmc, srovxan, mmNAnn, L. Munrmv, 1-nmaLLs, nmss Three Iluazdrcd F1'fty-sv1wn Phi Kappa Psi Founded at Washington and Jejerson College 1852, Forty- Seven Active Chapters A x IIJKII if iroisl .., , I . --' I 'Htl . DELTA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1904 MEMBERS IN FACULTY HON. EDMUND J. JAMES, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. MADISON BENTLEY, Ph.D. ARTHUR HAMILTON, Ph.D. AUSTIN HARDING, B.S. FRANK LINCOLN STEVENS, M S 'Ph D JAMES GREEN, B.S. LOOKWOOD TOWNE, Ph.D., B S MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JOHN C. CRAFT KENNETH H. SMITH CLIFFORD HOWE MAURICE EVANS WILLIAM F. LOCKWOOD FRANCIS S. RONALDS ETHAN ALLEN JOHNSON JOHN T. SWARTZ A. K. MAOMASTER LEO J. MIES WILLIAM K. FORD HAROLD W. WALKER MALCOM C. CATLIN WILLIAM DONAHUE PERKINS B. BASS, JR. MARTIN HANSEN T. C. MOONEY RICHARD PENTECOST JOSEPH GODFREY THOMAS MUELLER DWIGHT ZIMMERMAN GEORGE BENNETT J uniors Sophomores BURTON A. INGWERSON WM. EARLE MCELDOWNEY IVAN B. GOBLE DONALD S. BELL GENE STALLING WM. C. WISE DOUGLAS FAY F. A. DENOER H. IRVING MCELDOWNEY DAVID T. HARRIS NEWELL A. FORD HOMER REPLOGLE G. M. PHELPS H.. D. BOYNTON C. ST. CLAIR DRAKE JAMES MCKAMY PAUL M. VAN DOREN HOWARD A. ESSER Freshmen G. M. HOSTETL P. ANDERSON CYRUS AVERY GEORGE EIDSON CLAYTON HARRA HAROLD DUNLAP ER Three Hundred Fifty eight -5' - " ,. ,.-.. 1 Top R010-EDISON, IIOSTETLER, N. FORD, HARRIS, DENCER, II. MC ELDOWNEY, ESSER, CATLKN, MOONEY, NVALKER, REPLOGLE, DONAHUE, PENTECDST, IIARRAII ' Second Row-Mum.1.En, ANDERSON, num, nuns, uANsoN, xfmsnrs, swmwz, w. Form, nox'N1-oN, MAc MAs'mn, connmy, ZIMMERMAN, BENNETT Third R0w-JOIINSON, nrmzcm, Mc KAMY, mums, IIONALDS Fourth. Row-w. Mc ELnowNnY, cruwr, smmr, nowm, comms, INGVYERSEN, Loclcwoon, nfxss Three Humlrcrl F if t y-nina Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded at Yale Uni- versity 18144, ' Forty- Tlwee Active C'haptIe1's "N fX .V 1: . fifmszl izgwrpf' A 4-il h" , .gp DELTA PI CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1.904 MEMBERS IN FACULTY MAURICE HENRY ROBINSON, Ph.D. DANIEL OTIS BARTO, B.S. MORGAN BROOKS, M.E. CHARLES ALTON ELLIS, A.B'. . DEAN HENRY W. BALLANTINE, LL.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors KEYON PHIMISTER COMSTOOK JOSEPH SUTTON MOHR DALTON B. D. IRWIN ELLIOTT ALFRED PRITCHARD JOHN ARTHUR INGWERSEN RUSSELL WADE SLOOUM CLIFTON WARNER MILLER Juniors EDMUND LYMAN CHILDS ARTHUR WILLIAM YOUNG CHAUNCEY DARLING COMSTOCK ROBERT LOOKE HASBROOK RALPH EMERSON FLETCHER PHILIP GREGORY KING ROBERT HARRY FLETCHER HERBERT DYSON RYCROFT JOSEPH CHARLES WILSON ARNOLD CHENEY SHOOP Sophomofres HAROLD EDGAR CADWELL ALBERT W. T. MOHR THOMAS ROSCOE CONKLIN CHARLES V. QUACKENBUSH GEORGE W. DIEFENDERFER HENRY OVIATT REITSCH KENNETH ADE EBI MILTON CLYDE RICHARDS, JR. RAYMOND ZOLLER HENLE HERBERT ALFRED RUHL LAWRENCE E. KLINE STUYVESANT C. SMITH HAROLD BIRCH MOKELVEY SIDNEY WANZER MARTIN OWEN MOKEVITT RUSSELL FINLEY WHARTION JULIAN EDWARD MEE SIDNEY P. WINTERINGHAM HAROLD HENRY MYERS Ffreshmen EARL WALTER BROMSTEDT HUGHA MAOKELLAR ROBINSON JOSEPH RUEBEN BURRES FRANK EDWIN SCHOUWEILER HARRY JUDSON MEAD ROBERT EUSTACE SHAW LOUIS EDWARD MOHR EDWIN PERRILL SHOOP WILLIAM CARNE PHELPS Thrco Hundred Sixty '.. .Aviv-f T017 12010-CALDNVELL, MOIIR, SMITII, IIICITSCII, MEAD, SCIIOUNVEILICIK, ROBINSON, PIIELPS Second 1f01L7-IVANZEII, XVINTICRINGIIAM, MG KELVICY, IIENLE, MOIIII, MYERS, SCIIOOP, CONKLIN, KLINIG Tllfifll R010-SIIAXV, MC KICVLTT, IIASIIIIOOKE, Milli, VVILSON, IIIIGFIENIIICIWER, NVIIARTON, IIUIII., IXURIIES F01H'f,I1- IQOIU--BROMSTEDT. RICHARDS, KING, RYCIl0l"I', YOUNG, CHILDS, SC1IO0I', QIIACKICNIIUSII Fifth. R020-FI,E1'CIIER, INGIVICIISICN, MIIJJCR, IRNVIN, COMSTOCK, SLOCUM, PRITCIIARD, MOIIIR, COMSTOCK, EBI Tlmrw' lllnirlrwrl Si.1't11-um' Delta Upsilon I Founded at Williams College 1834, Forty- Eight Active Chapters . fs" li. .. ,V . l ..f .. . :iff . ' A . M .ll v ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1905 MEMBERS IN FACULTY EDWARD CARY HAYES, Ph.D. GILBERT CADY, Ph.D. WILLIAM TRELEASE, D.Sc. BRUCE WILLET BENEDICT, B.S. HERBERT CREEK, Ph.D. CHANCE S. HILL, B.S. HANS P. GREISON, B.S. GEORGE M. CLARK, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors FRED WARD ALWOOD KENNETH SOLOMON LEWIS JOHN HOWARD BANNISTER JOHN BENJAMIN FELMLEY KENNETH LEON WILSON RAY A. WASHBURN THOMAS HUME MCCORMACK DONALD KENNETH KISSINGER CHARLES ANDREW RODGERS Juniors CHARLES VINCENT ARNOLD SIDNEY WADE FRED GOTTLIEB WEBER JOHN ARMAND STEINMETZ ELMER ALFRED MUHS HAROLD ALLEN DIEHL GEORGE HARRINGTON KILPATRICK KENNETH CECIL FURR WILLIAM HENRY RODGERS IvORY QUINEY PHILIP HENRY DONOHOE THEODORE HOWARD MERRIAM HORATION ALLINGHAM PORTER Sophomores ALFRED ANDREW SMITH RUSSEL MANSFIELD DONALD O'CONNER PYKE JAMES MANDEL LEWIS OSCAR DAVID BLUTHARDT HERMAN WILLIAM STEIN ROBERT CARY HAYES WILLIAM DOUGLAS MCLAIN EARL HURsT KOUGH Freshmen DAVID GALBRAITH SMITH PAUL CUNLIFI-'E SWEET THOMAS EDWARD MCCANN ARNOLD ORVILLE BECKMAN STUART EXVIE LEGAULT HARRY BAKER WRIGHT JEFFERSON HOUSTON HODGES WILLIAM B. HINCKE MERLE W. HATCH Three Hundred Sixty-two " bi. ""' Top Row-QUINBY, LE GAULT, Mc CANN, MANSFIELD, w. noncmns, uonmss Second Row-wmcuf, sM1'r1r, swmmw, mmcm, mums, rum, IIATCII Third Row-KOUGII, BLUTIIARDT, MCLAIN, STEIN, STEINMETZ Fozwth Row-PORTER, Muus, DONOIIOIC, Fume Fifth. Row-Mmmmm, wu.soN, 'Mc connmcxc, WADE, 1c1l.1wrnrcK, J. LEWIS Sixth Row-nrmxu. AnNow, c. noncrcns, FELMLEY, K. mwls, IEANNISTER, wAsuuUnN, XVISHER, KISSENGEB Three Ilumlrcd Sixty-tlwcc Acacia Founded at the Univer- sity of Michigan 1904, Twenty-Four Chapters I ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1906 MEMBERS IN FACULTY NATHAN CLIFFORD RICKER, D.Arch. HARRY GILBERT PAUL, Ph.D. RALPH KENT HURSH, B.S. ALONZO PLUMSTEAD KRATZ, M.S. LEROY WILSON, WILLIAM LEONIDAS BURLISON, Ph.D. JOSEPH ALBERT MORROW, B.S. JAY CORTLAND HACKLEMAN, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CHARLES FREDRIOK HOTTES, Ph.D. JOHN MOBEATH SNODGRASS, B.S. RAY IRIS SHAWL, M.S. FRANCIS MARION PORTER, M.S. PEMBROKE HOLOOMR BROWN, M.A. RALPH JONES, B.S. DUANE C. COLMEY, B.S. ROBERT TAYLOR JONES, B.S. Graduates DUANE C. COLMEY, B.S. OLIVER W. HOLMES CRANDALL ZAOHARIAH ROSECRANS, B.S. ' Seniors FRED D. BALL KENNETH H. GORDON LESTER C. CANNON GRIFEITH S. KENNELLEY TYRONE M. CANNON FRANK KOEPKE RALPH E. CULTER WILLIAM E. KRIEGER LLOYD EL CUTLER IRVING L. PETERSON JOHN M. DOWD GLENN RANDOLPH ERIOH ELG OSTIN A. STICE LORENZO S. FOOTE ROSS W. WINKLER JOHN W. ZIEGLER BASIL BENNETT THOMAS C. GRIMM HARRY A. BARR PRED N. VAUGHN Juniors ELMER C. CHRISTIAN CHARLES B. RADCLIFFE WILI-'RED A. DIESEL KLINE GRAY HERSHEL S. GREEN SANFORD J. GULLEY ELSDON L. MAYNARD ARTHUR W. ZIEGLER Soplzomores THOMAS J. DOUGLAS WALTER B. PRESTON ROSOOE J. TODD GORDON M. F. CHANCE WEBB O. DINSMORE JOHN K. HOLMES LELAND A. PINKEL HUGHES B. SMITH Freshmen JOHN T. ZALESKI LESTER J. PARKINSON CHARLES MORROW CARL WEAR HAROLD G. WOLI-'RAM GEORGE EKBLAW LESLIE N. JONES FORRIS W. REMLEY Three I I und rod Sim ty-four I I ' :ix Top Ron,--nr:NN1c'r'r, Jomcs, nANnor,mI, Knlrcclcn, PARKINSON, noun-me, CHANCE Second Row-col.1.1Ns, 1cENNmLLm', zAx,x:sm, curuzn, c,xNNoN, umm, 1-1N1uc1,, A. zmuu-:n, nosncnmrs Third 12010-DOUGLAS, GHIMM, GREEN, PRESTON, llomsms, Down, cruw, nAncx,1v1Pm, wowrmm, commv Fourth Row-1mLL, PE'rrmsoN, J. zmumcn. curmen, STICE, morn, c:onnoN, mlcsxcn, nm, 'row Fifth .ROIU-WVINKLER, sxvuru, xxomxms, Monnow, MAYNARD, rexsmmv, CANNON, GUl.l.m', musmw, DINSMORE Three Ilumlrfvl Si.1:Ly-jivr: Theta Delta Chi Founded at Union College 1847, Twenty-Nine Active Chapters Q V,.99 9 A 111' ,. ll ' KAPPA DEUTERON CHARGE Established at Illinois 1908 MEMBERS IN FACULTY EDWARD BARTOW, Ph.D. C. W. BULLARD, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors EMORY MERRILL BARKOW HARRY GEOGRE HAAKE MERLE EMMETT NOBLE RALPH EDWIN RISLEY WALTER JOHN RISLEY, JR. PHILIP SPRING WESTCOTT Juniors LOUIS JESSOP ALEXANDER FREDERICK TOURTELOT CHARLES HAROLD GROvEs EDMOND CHARLES WILNER HAROLD JOHN SCHLUTER HOWARD A. YOST Sophomofres CHARLES 'EVART CARNAHAN PAUL LAFOREST JOHNSON JUSTIN AUGUST CARON DONALD VOORHEES JORDAN HARRY SLOANE HAWORTH THEODORE JOHN SCOTT HERBERT TAGGART SOWERS Freshmen CHARLES KENNETH EsLoW RUPERT WILLIAM GOODMAN OWEN HENRY GRIFFITHS SAMUEL HOUSTON HILL LINCOL HARRY ALFRED JOHNS THEODORE JOHNSON MELVIN GUsTAv KINDSTROM DONALD WINKLER NELSON N GEORGE SCHICK Three Hundred Sixty sw in? Top Row-sownms, GOODMAN, mm, - Second Rmu-1uNns1'nonr, scoff, Jorms, cAnNAHAN, NELSON, Esww, CARON Third Row-scmcxc, 1rAwon'rH, r. JOHNSON, T. JOHNSON, scu1.u'mn, w1r.Nn:n, .1onnAN, Yosr Fourth Row-rc. msuzy, w. msmay, HAAKE, ALEXANDER, Nouns, BARKOXV, cnovms, wmsrcom-T, 'roum'mLo'r Three Hundred Sixty-seven Sigma Pi Founded at Vincennes University 1898, Thirteen Active Chapters BL ' .si :L Q: A PHI CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1908 MEMBERS IN FACULTY RALPH STANLEY BAUER, A.M., J .D. HARRISON AUGUSTV RUEHE, M CYRUs EDMUND PALMER, M.S. ABNER RICHARD KNIGHT, M.E., M S ARTHUR C. HARPER, M.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY GEORGE THEODORE FELBECK WILEUR BARRETT BARBER WILLIAM HENRY BARTLETT RALPH FRANCIS BURNS HARVEY RUSSELL BOWDITCI-I RALPH EVERETTE HEDGECOCK LAWRENCE JAY LINDSAY WALLACE WINTHROP BROWN LEROY MERRILL Foss ROBERT HARMON HARMS GLENN -LEONARD BUCK EARLE LAWRENCE DEVOE GEORGE FARRAN DETWILER NELSON ALLAN HAMMOND WILLIAM HARRISON HAMMOND CLINTON GOODLOE JOHNSON PHILIP LEONARD JOHNSON ASA WILLIAM PETER JONES JOHN JAMES BRITT ANDREW JACKSON DARNELL VIVIAN JULIUS GREEN WILLIAM CURTIS MESSNER DONAL Graduates Seniors Juniors ADOLPH FRIEDERICH THAL CLOIDE CLAUDE SHADE JOHN RALPH SPENCER CARL JOHN SPINDLER WALTER HERBERT SPINDLER JOHN HARDENEERGH WALDO NEWELL EVERT WIEDEMANN EDGAR JACKSON RENNOE EVERETT LEROY CLOVER JOHN NELSON WEISS Sophomores Freshmen FERRIS WUN STUART WILLIAM KEITH FRANK BURROWS KNIGHT SEELEY WRIGHT MCGEHEE CLYDE H. MURPHY JOHN PHILIP SABO RUSSELL NORTON SHEDDEN GEORGE MACLELLAN STAPLES LESLIE CLAYTON THOMPSON RAYMOND STAPLES HARRY DEAN WILLMERS LAWRENCE NORTON WRISLEY CARL LESTER WUNDERLICH DERLICH .S Three Hundred Sixty-cIgh't Sigma Pi T011 12010-JONES, C. L. XVUNDERLICH, 17. F. NVUNDEIELICII, BURNS, UIKOXVN, BRITT, G. M. STAPLES Second .ROIU--KEITH, w. 11. HAMMQND, c. G. JouNsoN, NVILLMERS, IXOWDITCII, GREEN, I-. L. JOHNSON,- Il. STAPLES, DETWILEII TlLi1'd R010-CLOVIER, MC GEIIEE, THOMPSON, NVICISS, RICNNOE, KNIGHT, IIARMS, SHEDDEN F01t'I'tlL R010-N. A. HAMMOND, DE VOE, SABO, BUCK, MURPHY, LINDSAY, MESSNIEII, NVRISLIGY, DARNIGLL Fifth R010-SlIADl'I, NVEIDEMAN, WALUO, NV. H. SPINIJLER, l!ARIlICll, C. J. SPINDLER., SPIENCEII, l!Al!Tl.l'ITT Thrcc II1mrlrczl Si:1:t11-nine I Alpha Sigma Phi Founded at Yale University 1 8.4 5, Twenty-One Chapters - vffsfi I ETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1908 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ADWARD CHAUNCEY BALDWIN, Ph.D. FREDERICK HAYNES NEWELL B S JOHN DRISCOLL FITZ-GERALD, II, Ph.D. THEODORE H. FRISON, PhD MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CLARENCE OLIVER APPELCRAN ALBERT GAIN BLACK C. WILLIAM CLI-:WORTH SAMUEL I. HEIKES WM. K. KOPP FOSTER M. LALOR HARRIS B. CARR JAMES W. CLARKE RODT. F. DOEPEL WALTER W. LAUTEREACII EARL G. MASON PAUL A. C. ANDERSON ROBT. S. BRISTOL G. STANTON BRAZEAU CHAS. E. BULLARD ROSSITER S. LLEWELLYN D. C. MCGINNIS JOHN PRESTON BULLARD CECIL W. CLEWORTH EDWIN Cox ARTHUR F. EVANS R. C. JOHNSON OCTACILIO MIR Seniors J uniors Sophomores MAURICE J. PIERCE CHAS. T. PRINDEVILLE HOWARD R. RYAN JOHN T. THOMAS HARRY WILLIAM WERNER W. MANFORD MICHEALS ANDA LAVERNE RAPP DONALD D. SCHEIR S. H. WALLACE JOHN W. WESTON L. OTIS PETTY A. R. MONK WM. H. MONASSON PAUL T. SAUNDERS ' HARVEY L. SLAUGHTER WALTER A. STOHRER F. C. 'PRAUT RICHARD W. MICHEALS Freshmen R. A. MAGNUSON BERNARD F. OAKES WALTER G. RIDER PAUL J. STEWART GEORGE R. WHEELER Three Hundred Seventy T077 H010-TRAU'l', JIONK, STEWAIIT, llllllill, COX, MAGNUSON, C. Cl.ICWOI!'1'H, JOHNSON, EVANS, I'. ISULLARD, OAKICS Svcomi ROI!!-ANVIIEICLER, s,xUNmms, c. 1sU1.1.Ann, MCGINNIS, MoNssoN, s'roumcn, 1,l.mvx-:1.l.x'N, sl.Am:11'1'm:, ulmzmu, AxnmzsoN,- HILTON Third Row-M. m1cnAm.s, lc. MICHAIZLS, w1f:s'roN, MASON, 1.mx1'r:nxmcK, nommcl., wAx,1.,xcic, rmvv, cmnlcxa, cmm, nmsn-on. Fourth ROI!!--I'IlCRCli, scxucm, I-1c1'1'x', w. CLICWORTII, Koi-P, III-IIKICS, A1-1-m.cmAN, nmcxc, THOMAS, wl-:RN1-nn Three H und red Scvcnty-on c Zeta Psi Founded at New York University 1847, Twenty- Four Active Chapters - ' I 'bs-Ignub' .O V, . 9 . , A " L-V. + M - .-Sanz. .LW Q ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established 1909 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate GALEN VICTOR KNIGHT Seniors JOSEPH COLUMBUS HOSTETLER FREDERICK DEWEY WRODKE ARTHUR LEIGHTON BARTON CHALMER CLINE TAYLOR CURTIS LOVE BOARDMAN THOMAS HUNTER ARMSTRONG CARL FREDERICK GRUNEWALD ROBERT CRAWFORD ROBERTSON Juniors SCOTT CORWITH GREENE ELLSWORTH JOHNSON WESCOTT FENTON Ross VANDEVENTER STEADMAN GARRETSON SMITH REX EUGENE SAFFER GLENN MONROE CROSBY WALTER ANDRESS BARRY RAYMOND LAMOINE STEVENS Sophomores ALBIN GEORGE GRIES RICHINGS JAMES SHAND, JR. EUGENE EMERSON TAYLOR EDWARD CAHOUN CHAFLIN DONALD FYFE BOWEY LAWRENCE HITCHCOCK POMEROY DAVID DUDLEY DREW RANE SAMUEL BOHON ARTHUR WILSON ROWE WALTER ORRIN CHAMBERLAIN IRVING WOOD BARNETT ALBERT CARLOS BARBER, JR. Freshmen WILLIAM FOSTER YOUNG, JR. CHARLES THOMAS GRIFFITHS HARVEY THEODORE KELLY JOHN ULINE HAWKE GRANGER HUSTED FRANK AUGUSTUS HART PAUL AUSTIN HART LYMAN BETZ HENRY MILLS WILCOX LOWELL NORMAN JOHNSON Three Hundred Seventy two Zeta Psi Top Row-SAF1-'En, 'rAvr.on, nmrz, uowmf, c1IAMxmn1.A1N, nuuw, nfxnlxxan Second R010-HARNETT, GRIES, HAwxcs, Imnny, Younc, w11.cox, CLAFIJN, BOIION, suANu Third R010-STEVENS, F. 1IAn'r, VANDEVENTER, uusmn, I-ommzov, Rows, P. HAM, 1cm.1.rcY, JouNs0N, uniwwns F0'l4Tth R010-NVESTCOTT, GRUNENVALD, GREENE, XVIIOBKE, C. TAYLOR, ROBERTSON, CROSBY, SMITH, BARTON, HOSTETLER Three Hundred Seventy-three 1 ' I 1311, , 4 mn.. Phi Sigma Kappa Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College 1873, Thirty Active Chapters 1-.f-:A - , ' ..' "' ' .X:,f ...JH A 3 -5. SEQ. .4 1- .., g Q . . -.K , wg. 5, ALPHA DEUTERON CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1910 MEMB'ERS IN FACULTY JUSTUS W. FOLSOM, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates JOHN WEMSOR DIETZ A Seniors ERNEST MCEVERS GEORGE H. BAUM GALE JENNINGS WILSON CHARLES LUCAS WILDER LELAND SUTHERLAND DAYTON OSCAR SCHRADER RALPH OLIVER METZLER JOHN WARREN TEASDALE Juniors HUGO P. GOTTI CLARENCE JOHN SCHULTZ JOHN MITCHELL CLYNE OTHMAR LAWSON MOORE RICHARD E. KENT HARRY D. GOTTI ROBERT WALTER REINECK LORN MATHIS GOSSETT EARL FREDRICK. SCHOENING LEONARD JOSEPH REIS RALPH GIBSON CRAMMOND Sophomores DONALD MORRISON BYERS JESSE KIRKPATRICK JOHN HOWARD BABB WINSTON BURWELL TALL WESLEY BURR SUTHERLAND LEONARD AMRROSE TRENOHARD HARLEY LESTER RANKIN ORA A. DILLAROU OWEN S. HENDREN WALTER BRYANT CRATTY EDWARD E. MIDDLETON NELSON GORDY I JOFSEPH SLOAN BELL RALSTON FLETCHER DERROUGH RUSSEL W. LINDEN PHARRIS BLEW THOMAS GARMAN PAUL FINCH WM. MUELLER Freshmen HARRY GORDON DUDLEY NISH JOHN ADAMS JOHN KAUE Three I-I' :.,-, 11-V . ,- my ,RH h .I.,.... , ., A I L , I 'fl' -' ' I' fr- I." Hundred Seventy four A X -s Top Row-scuulxrz, Nxsn, nmmouun, connv, nAN1crN, umxv Second Row-rams, 1.. suTIImnr.ANn, GARMAN, BABE, ls. SUTIIERLANIY, CRAMMONIY, nunnx.1c1'oN, KANE Third Raw-1mNnmcN, lwrans, nu.LAvoU, GOSSETT, GORDON, sclIonN1Nc, 1ucN'r, mam., TALL Fourth Row-Moonu, Mc DOXVELL, mm'rzx.1m, nlmz, w11.soN, Mc mvxcns, scllrmnlm, umm, 'rmAsrmm, CLYNE Thrcr: lhmrlrcd Seventy-jivc Psi Upsilon Founded at Union College 1833, Twenty-Five Actifve Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1910 MEMBERS IN FACULTY HARRISON F. GONNERMAN, B.S., M.S. BURDETTE Ross BUCKINGHAM, AB., FREDERICK GREEN, A.B., A.M., LL.B. A.M., Ph.B., Ph.D. CHAl:EIi1E?J MELVILLE MOSS, A.B.,A.M., FRED HENRY RANKIN, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ' Seniors CONRAD MORTON BARDWELL ROBERT SIMPSON EMERY ROSCOE RICHARD BETZ E HOWARD PHILIP IWIG RALPH ARMON CARLSEN GEORGE WASHINGTON KOCH JAMES BERESFORD EDWARDS, JR. STEPHEN ASKEW WILSON HARRY GUSTAv ZIMMERMANN Juniors Q PALMER GEORGE CRAIG KENNETH BRUCE CUSHMAN JOHN CLARENCE DEPLER ARTHUR LAWRENCE GENUNG RODNEY STARKWEATHER MASON FREDERICK WILLIAM MEYERS, J HAROLD RECINUS PINCKARD JOHN TREDWELL, JR. WILLIS VAN PELT JOSEPH HARVEY WHITE Sophomores CHARLES ROSLYN CARNEY THOMAS SHANKS MCKEOWN HENRY HERVERT EVANS DONALD MCGILL WARREN THOMAS CLINTON HULL JOHN RUSSELL WHEELER, JR. PHILIP AUGUSTINE INGWERSEN GEORGE ELMER ZEARING ROBERT SUDDUTH MCCORMICK FLANK WOOD DONALD SIMPSON STEWART Freshmen WALTER DEWEY BARNDT CARL HOWE, JR. ARTHUR COLE HUMPHREY ARTHUR SHERWOOD JONES MAURICE TAYLOR MCGILL FRANKLIN KOBEN PATTON RUSSELL- SCOTT HARVEY PRESLEY SIX WALTER IRVING TENNEY WALTER CHARLES WICKER R. Three Hundred Seventy-six ---nM..,..- Top Row-sco'r'r, six, .1oNms, uowm, 'mNNm', WICKER, 11uMP1uuzY, nnANn'r, PATTON Second Row-HULL, WARREN, NVHEELER, woon, cAnNmx', zmnxxc, Mc KEOWN, s'mwAn'r, INGNVFIRSEN, Mc mu. Third Row-MASON, PINCKARD, wrxmsz, mmymns, crmm, '1'nnnwm,L, Iuslmmn, VAN FELT, EVANS, Mc conmlclc Fourth, Row-GENUNG, ZIMMERMAN, Kocn, muwmuns, IWIG, CARLSEN, XVILSON, amz, Emmy, xmxcmvrsm., CUSHMAN Tlwec Hundred Scvcozty-swan Alpha Delta Phi Founded at Hamilton College 1832, Twenty- Fifue Chapters -4, ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established at University of Illinois 1912 MEMBERS IN FACULTY HERBERT J. BARTON, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FWF ?UQ?Um?U ZF' WWF? 9920 Seniors L. PARR W. SHAW V. COTTINGHAM H. F. D0'rY B. WHITNEY K. C. HORRALL Juniofrs S. FIREBAUGH J. H. ZIMMERMAN E. Mo'r'rER C. E. Koi-ILER E. TUTWILER R: H. DAVIS W. VAIL H. F. GRIMM E. ALLEN C. R. DAVIS R. M. HILL Sophomores I R. ORTON H. F. TIFFEN W. CAMPBELL L. S. HOLLER P. STRUSACKER H. C. SHAW T. MCCURDY S. G. POND K. MURPHY G. BUCHANAN O. GALE E. K. MARTIN L. Q. NEEDLER Freshmen W. BOWEN J. C. FUNK JAICKS T. F. COLLIER M. DUNNING MOORE G. H. L. BREWER I Three Hundred Seventy eight Top Row--lr. slmw, GALE, xmANn1', Mc cunnv, mlml-uv, 1soc1rANAN Second Row,-Nmcrnxcn, cAMv1x1al.1. MAn'rIN, STRUIISACKER, on'roN, IIOLLER, 1'1lfmN Third Row-c. DAVIS, HILL, n. DAVIS, vAu., zmmmzmfm, lcouum, mmm, mmm Fourth Ifozu-ALLEN, Morrran, IIORRALL, mum, w. slmw, COTTINGIINM, wm'rNm', norv, mnmmuulr, ,'ru'rwn.r:n Fifth Row-FUNK, mmwmn, COLLIER, DUNNING, uownx, Moons, .mlclis Three lluvzdrcrl Seventy-nine Tau Kappa E psilon Founded at Illinois Wesleyan 1899, Fourteen Active Chapters 'I x qfvfj N J: . w y GAMMA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1912 MEMBERS IN FACULTY R. W. VALENTINE DUANE ENGLIS W. B. HOLMES C. MARVEL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates C. S. PALMER Seniors P. B. BURLEY E. S. CLARK E. J. BIEDERMANN A. E. BALDWIN D. K. MALCOLMSON F. G. GORDON P. W. BENNETT S. CHRISTOPHERSON G. S. WEBB H. L. ROBINSON Juniors . JOHN NELSON ANDREW MONALLY E. E. RAYMOND O. G. PARKHILL A. L. SAGENDORPH A. E. WILD H. A. KREUGER A. MOLZ G. A. ROLL C. A. HOLLIGER KARL NATHO MILES GRAY M. G. GODWIN RALPH TRANK L. A. MCCORD M. 'M. OLANDER L. W. WALQUIST J. S. BOWMAN C. X. BLOMBERG A. H. REHORST S. H. PETERSON WM. DODD L. STONER F. KOHL Sophornores Freshmen R. H. GILSON A. H. LANE H. H. HAWSE C. W. VISSERING CAMPBELL POTTER DOWNEY M. ROHE H, POWELL 0. L. WELSH C. GHEE Tln ee Hundred Eighty " vr-'.,,+,- -f Tap lfow-CAMPBELL, REIIORST, ROIIE, WELSH, PETERSON, STONER, 1-owELL, noun, Nom, Second RowMwAx,QU1s'r, 'mAN1c, BOWMAN, Mc comm, VISSERING, IIAXVSE, m.onuxEnc, ol.ANnEn, LANE, n1l.soN Third Row-sAc:ENnonP11, WILD, 1cnEUcEn, nom., PARKHILL, NA'ruo, Mc NALLY, conwm, Momz, crmv, 1xor.L1cEn F01Ll'Ul. R010-NELSON, CLARK, NVERR, RIFIDERMANN, BALDXVIN, IIURLEY, BENNETT, ROBINSON, MALCOLMSON, RAYMOND Tlwcc Hundred Eighty-one Phi Kappa Founded at Brown 1889, Eight Active I N University Chapters, 4'I'a A ,A 67511. .1 H , A X A '91, ,gn ' XI., 5 I-' BETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1912 MEMBERS IN FACULTY CHARLES A. PETRY, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CLARENCE A. BONNEN PETER J. BOESEN FRANCIS E. BRYA BERNARD A. HAGAN JAMES T. FINNEY BERNARD A. LYMAN THOMAS J. NOLAN EMMETT J. ROACI-I JAMES T. BRENNAN WALTER F. CRANGLE PAUL M. DUFFIE JOSEPH F. HART JOHN R. HICKEY JOSEPH A. KERRINS DANIEL A. GALLAOHER DENNIS GUNNING THOMAS P. HAMILTON JEROME J. JORON THOMAS LANG Seniors Junfiors GERWIN G. FOSTER HAROLD P. JENNETT CHARLES C. MANLEY EDMUND J. SMITH GEORGE C. SULLIVAN MIC'HAEL E. TKACH LINz V. VOIIS EARL J . WALSH Sophomores HENRY F. WO Freshmen EDWARD C. MCDONALD FRANK J. PHALEN LAWRENCE D. RYAN WILLIAM E. RYAN LEWIS J . WARGIN JOHN R. WELSH ULI-'E RUSSELL W. MEYER JOSEPH W. RUSSELL RICHARD E. WOLFE FRANCIS MACDERMOTT HAROLD H. STRINGER Three Hundrrd Emhtutuo 3 I' 1 f1"4w.'. 'I 4' :'.g"- I , V ' Q P Top Row-GUNNING, STIIINGER, MEYER, nussm., HAMILTON, .1onuoN, GALLAGIIER, LANs, womfm Second Row-MM: DONALD, RYAN, KEIIRINS, IIICKEY, vous, MAN, wounm, 'r1cAcu, nunfxfm Third Row-HAM, NOLAN, ROACII, WALSH, CRANGLE, XVARGIN, wmsn, BRENNAN, PIIALEN Fourth R010--SULLIVAN, FINNEY, x-'os'rlsn, JENNETF, sMI'ru, BONNEN nomsrm, MANLEY, Lynmx ' Three H undrcd .Eighty-th rec IIAGAN, Chi Phi Founded at Princeton University 1824, Twenty-Two Active Chapters, SIGMA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1912 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate EDWARD TILLSON HOWELL Seniors RALPH LINDSAY INGRAM DEMET SCHULER PAUL LEO ARMSTRONG THOMAS EUGENE KENNEDY VICTOR GULLIN Juniors CHARLES EVERETT KECK ADOLPH CARL KETZLER WALTER RAE MEYER KENNETH WOODYARD CLARK CLARENCE SALMON WRIGHT STANDLEE IRVING TWITCHELL HAROLD FRANK SADLER WILLIAM FRANKLIN CRILL LLOYD WILLIAM GOLDER, JR. GLENN LEFEVRE HOOVER HAROLD LEESMAN GROTEFELD HOMER REESE DAvIsON JULIAN RICHARD LULL Sophornores PHILIP WARD RAUP ARTHUR PETER WESTLUND CLARENCE ELMER CRILL JAMES HENRY COOLIDGE, III EUGENE LAUNCELOT DAVISON EDWARD PATRICK LEONARD JULIUS INGWER JANSSEN HAROLD ABBOTT WRIGHT ROBERT PAUL INGRAM STUART ORLANDO SOWLE PHILIP SAMUEL DURANT RAY ALBERT BEARD FRED HARRY STRONG Freshmen ALBERT HENRY HEPPES GEORGE LOUIS SCHULER WILLIAM FRED HAHNE EDMUND FREDERICK BECKER LESTER HAMPTON HOLT ARTHUR ENGVOLD PETERSEN VIRGIL WAYNE POTTs LUCIUS WARNER HOYT AUGUST LEWIS NOVOTNY DAVID DILL WILSON WILLARD SHEAFI' COUNTRYMAN WILSON WILLIAM DYSART ROBERT HERMAN MERSBACH CEDRIC PAUL FULTON I Three Hundred Eighty four I 'ws P' 'R Top R010-IIOYT, II. XVRIGIIT, BEARD, DURANT, STRONG, XVILSON, MERSHACII, COUNTRYMAN, NOYOTNY, R. XNGRAM SCC0'Nd N0lUQS0WU5, DYSAWF, HAHNH, C. CRILL, TWI'I'CIIICI.L, PIGTIGRSON, E. HAVISON, ll0l.T, HHCKHR, G. SCIIULRR, JANSSICN Third Row-mzoxmm, xmuv, CLARK, c. NVRIGIIT, GOLDFIR, XVESTLUND, 4:no'1'mfxsx.n, w. CHILI., 1u:'1'zl.lcn, coouncm, 1-om-s, nm-was - FOILTUL R010--SADLI-IR, LULL, HOWELL, NECK, R. INGRAM, CULLIN, D. SCIIULICR, ARMSTRONG, KENNEDY, II. DAVISON, IIOOVICR, MEYER ' Thrvn Ilmulrell Eighty-Evo Chi Psi Founded at Union College 1841, Nine- teen Active Alphas r LJ-L: Q 'Lu' Xia' 5.1 , J , A' 9. .L1Q'.g,.f9.e 1 ZETA DELTA ALPHA Established at Illinois 1912 MEMBERS IN FACULTY4 PAUL QEVERETTE BELTING, lPh.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors WAYNE ROSLEYN BENNETT GORDON CLAGUE GRAHAM J uniors LUTHER MELANCTHON BERNHISEL PAUL WILLIAM KAISER WALTER BLOUNT ROBERT CURTIS PREBLE HENRY GORDON HULLFISH JOHN IRVING VAUGHN Sophomores WALTER CHEW EvANs WAYNE EMERSON PERKINS JOHN RICHARD KNIGHT GERALD PENEL ROCK JOHN PHILIP THOMPSON RUSSELL BRYAN SAMPSON WILLIAM MUNRO MCKNIGHT Freshmen FRANK MELTSOME BAKER STEWARD WILLIAM PETTICREW EUGENE SHEFFNER BROOKS IRVING TREDWELL RINKER CHARLES BURDETTE CANTRELL BURNHAM SANBORN ROCK HARLAN KINGSRURY DANFORTH EDWARD ARCHIBALD SINDEN EVANS NORTON HELLSTROM LAWRENCE CHARLES WINDSOR RAY EDISON STUBBLEFIELD Three H undrcd Eighty-six Top Ifozu-n. noclc, CANTRELL, unoous, RINKER Second R010-DANFORTII, STUIHILEFIELD, 1-m-Trcnmw, wmnson, 1m1.1.s1'noM, smnnm, xmmcn Third ROZU'-ICAISER, nuounrrr, xmmm-, 'momx-soN, sAMx'soN, G. nocxc, MCKNIGIIT, PERKINS Fourth Row-vnucnx. EVANS, umnxmsm., nnNNm-'r, cmumm, xmnufxsn, rnmxua Thrac Hundred Eighty-seven Zeta Beta Tau Founded at the College of the City of New York 1898, Twenty-Five Active Chapters Q- .--' .,,' X 51 K RHO CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1.912 MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. B. ROSENBACH, M.S. R. D. FEUER, B.S. M. WASSERMAN, A.B'. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY A Seniors MORRIS R. MYERS WALTER I. BREGMAN ABRAHAM M. BREMER JULIUS S. SCHWEICH Juniors SIMEON E. HEILBRON HENRY K. LEVY ROY L. KALVER JULIAN J. LUSTER BARNEY S. KRELSTEIN SAM C. PERLMAN LOUIS C. SALZENSTEIN Sophoinores V HERBERT S. BERNSTEIN LAWRENCE H. JOSEPH EMMANUEL GELB IRVING I. ROSEMAN NORMAN E. GUTFREUND MORTON E. SAMUELS LAWRENCE WEINGARTEN Freshmen CARL LURIE CHARLES SALZENSTEIN SIMON MAIER BERNARD SCHREIBER GEORGE MEYER Ross SCHWARZMAN AARON PEARLMAN EDWARD SOHWEICH RALPH WESTERFELD Three Hundred Eighty-eight Top R010-C. SALZENSTIEN, FI. SCIIWEICII, XVlCS'1'l-IRFBLD, MEYER, SCIIWARSMAN, I'I'IAllI.MAN, LURIH, MAIICR Second If0llJ-GUTFREUND, .IOSI'Il'lY, ROSICMAN, XVICINGAIVFICN, SAMUELS, GIGLIK, SCIIIIICIHEII, KALVER, LUSTER Third ROI!!-lillEI.STIiIN, IKICRNSTEKN, IIEILIKORN, MYERS, IEIUCMICIR, 1xmiuMAN, x'xinl.M,xN, I.m'x', P. J. SCHWICICII L. SALZENSTEIN Three Ilumlrcrl Eighty-nine Lambda Chi Alpha Founded at Boston University 1909, Fifty- One Active Chapters f'N CHI ZETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1915 MEMBERS IN FACULTY CLEMENCE WILLIAM HIPPARD, B.S. RUSSELL DANIEL BARNES, B.S. GEORGE DENTON BEAL, Ph.D., Pharm.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate J. CURTIS AUSTIN Seniors WALTER RILEY BAKER RUFUS EMERSON VAUGHAN JOHN HOWARD CUSTER CARLETON MYRON TOWER NEIL MCLEAN LEITCH DAVID MIRVEN SHROYER CHARLES CAMERON TAPSCOTT MELVIN BENJAMIN SKINNER LAWRENCE DUNCAN LLOYD WAYNE BRESSE COX HARRY GEORGE PODLESAK JOHN SOHLOSSER Juniors ARTHUR AUGUSTUS FROEHLY HARRY MORRIS VANDOREN ERVIN CHARLES BREDE ORLYN OLIVER MCLEISH GEORGE FRANK KRUPKA ARTHUR WILLIAM FLECK HAROLD EMERY JORDAN HARRY LEWIS DIXON WALTER EWART BEEBE JULIAN DENTON SMITH Sophomores RICHARD EDWARD SMEJKAL FRANK AUGUSTUS CANADAY PAUL HAROLD MILEMORE GEORGE SHELBY PINNELL GEORGE PREUCIL ROBERT PIERCE MCDONALD RALPH STANLEY DOWELL Freshmen WILLIAM LAUx GEORGE WILLIAM HUST OTTO MCCULLOCH WILLIAM J. N. DAVIS HAMILTON KELLER BEEBE IRVIN COOK MAUER LESLIE FLECK GEORGE JOHN FRITTGE HOWARD JAY SMITH DELMAR LEE JONES JOHANNES FORSLEW ROBERT WILLIAM EDWARDS JOHN TEUSCHER Three Hundred Ninety Top R010-VAN DOREN, DOWICLI., A. FLECK, L. FLECK, DIXON, CANADAY, II. SMITII, JONES, MCDONALD S800'l'Ld R010-FROEIILY, JORDAN, FITTGE, PORSLENV, LAUX, DAVIS, EDNVARDS, J. SMITH, MCLIICSII, II. DEERE, MILHMORE Tllifd R010-IIUST, TEUSCIIER, PREUCIL, SMEJKAL, NV. IIEEIXE, LLOYD, COX, IIRHIYE, KRUPKA, MAUICN, PINNELI. FOMTUL R010-SICINNER, LIETCII, SCIILOSSER, TONVER, CUSTER, BAKER, VAUGIIAN, POIILHSAK, TAI'SCO'I'T, SIIROYER, BARNES Tlwcc Hundred Ninety-one Beta Delta Sigma Founded at University of Illinois 1919, One Chapteo' ALPHA CHAPTER MEMBERS IN FACULTY ER Ph.D. CHARLES MANFRED THOMPSON, Ph.D. MERLIN HAROLD HUNT , BENJAMIN ANDREW STIRITZ, B.S. GUSTAV HOWARD RADEBAUGH A L TLETON A.M., C.P.A. ANONIAS CHARLES IT , MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors FREDERICK OLIVER BARKLAGE LEO GLENN MCINTIRE DAVID EDWARD FIELD MAURIOE REUBEN RANSFORD CLARENCE JOHN FISHER LAURENOE PACKER SIMPSON PAUL CANADAY TAYLOR Juniors CLIFFORD RAYMOND ILLYES NUGENT ATHERTON RAGLAND LLOYD WILRUR LEHMAN FRANK WILLIAM MEZEK FRED WILLIAM ORLAND HOWARD HARLOW SMART LAWRENCE HOWARD SWARD Soplwmofres LISLE BRAMWELL FRANK HENRY SANDHOLM RUSSELL ALBERT MERZ PAUL EUGENE SOHMOLZE LESLIE WARREN DOLLAHAN EDWARD OLIVER SOUTHARD Freshmen ARCHIE LEON BERT EDMUND STROTHER PHELPS CLEAMON DANIEL ILLYES ALBERT DURBIN REIDER CHARLES WOODY THOMPSON FRANK LEINHARD Three Hundred Ninety-two -n,,hi-53971-1-v .' ,- Top 120101 BERT, IIELSON, REIDEII, PIIELPS, THOMPSON Second If0'1l!--LEINIIARD, MERZ, SOUTIIARD, SANUIIOLM, C. D. ILLYIES, DOLLAHAN TlL1:T!l R010-SCIIBIOLZE, SWARD, ORLAND, SMART, LEIIMAN, C. R. ILLYES, IIRAMNVELI., MEZICK, RAGLAND Fourth R010-FISIIER, STIRITZ, ISARKLAGE, FIELD, RANSFOIID, MC INTIRE, TAYLOR, SIMPSON Thrcv Hundred Nim-ty-three Theta Chi Founded at Norwich Uni- versity 1856, Twenty- Sioc Active Chapters lf I I - if RHO CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1916 MEMBERS IN FACULTY JOHN PIEPER, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors LAWRENCE HOLT ALLEN KENNETH ISAAC DAVIS ROBERT DANIEL BELL TERRY WARREN EDWARDS CLARENCE BUEFORD KEEHNER Juniors FLOYD SEYLLER COOLEY WERNER HUGO MONNINGER I HAROLD NATHANIEL GREENE ALFRED MARTIN MUELLER HAROLD URBAN JOHNSON HILTON CHATFIELD NICHOLS JOSEPH GRAY LUMMIS ARTHUR WILLIAM SCHMOELLER MERWYN QUINCY LYTLE ALBERT DONALD WILES DELL MARTIN MAGNUSON ALAN ARNOLD SHIVELY Sophomores JIRAH DELANO COLE, JR. CARUS STANLEY ICENOGLE MAYNARD BOSWELL BURWASH STANLEY HAROLD LEASE HARRISON MONROE DODGE ROBERT NAIRNE NICHOLS MARSHALL HENRY EDWARDS JOHN SAMUEL TENDICK ARTHUR DAVID HUNTER HENRY KIPP VREELAND LINGARD EUGENE WERRE Freshmen RICHARD WHITE BOWEN HAROLD LOCKLEY BUSH GARDNER COLE AUGUST ALBERT GIEHLER HAROLD ELMER LUMMIS FRANK WILLIAM MESSING VICTOR LANGLEY RHINEHART HENRY EARL WENDORFF THEODORE MARTIN KOELSCH Three Hundred Ninety four ' """14, fi.,-1' 4. T011 R010-BOWEN, MESSING, G. COLE, BUSH, NVICNDORFF, ISURNVASII, ll. LUMMIS Sccoml R010-NVERRE, R. NICHOLS, VREELANII, LEASE, TENDICK, J. COLE, IIUNTHII, GII'1lIl.IiR Third Row-II. N1c110Ls, noncn, slilvmx, MONNINGER, s.cuMom.r.m, J. G. LUMMIS, JOHNSON, ICENOGLIC, M. lammrms FYOHTUL RIIIU-RIAGNUSON, NVILES, BELL, DAVIS, KEEIINER, T. EDXVARDS, ALLEN, LYTLIE, MUICLLICII, GREENE Thrcc Ilumlrcd Nivwty-five Alpha Chi Founded at Trinity College 18.95, Seventeen ' ff' A .1 Rho Chapters PHI KAPPA CHAPTER Established at University of ,Illinois 1916 MEMBERS IN FACULTY FRED WILBHR TANNER, Ph.D. ROBERT EDWIN Graduate KENNEDY, B.S. CLIFTON EUGENE BARNES MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ARTHUR HAROLD BODENSCHATZ ROBERT WOODRUFF MEALS ROBERT JOHNSON CHRIST WARNER GRENELLE RICE GERALD EDGAR DICKSON WILLIAM THEODORE STEPHENS WAYLAND WILBUR DAYTON RAYMOND JAMES SONTAG ROBERT W. LILLEY B. HOWARD SMITH, JR. REX ROLAND THOMPSON Juniors IRA OTHO COPES JOHN CARVER HOWARD MYRON CHESTER GODDARD RALPH LESTER MCCLELLAND WHERITT WERDEN HEGAN HUBERT KLING SNIVELY DANIEL ORSON HOWARD HAROLD JOHN TAYLOR Sophomores MYRON ELWIN CAPOUCH DWIGHT AVERY NUESSLE EDGAR BENNETT HENNING CLARENCE HERSCHEL SCHOOLEY ALMON RAYMOND MANN WALTER EUGENE STARR SCHMIDT DONALD RAY ALLEN ROBERT GAIL THOMPSON Ffreshmen MAXWELL E. GEIPEL, JR. ROBERT LOUIS GRUBE ALVIN CARL MELOHIOR FREDERICK LELAND RICE HAROLD JOSEPH RUGGLES GEORGE HENRY WALBERT WALLACE WILLIAM WILSON Three Hundred Ninety-six Top 1f0lU--SCIIMIIYT, cows, wm.m-:n.1', Mm.cmon, mon, conmxnn Second Row!nUm:c1.r:s, nm:-lar., WILSON, unumc, 1-MII., MANN, NUICSSLI-I, nnoom, SNIVELY, IIIGNNING Third Rowf'rAx'x.on, cm-oucxr, J. uowlxnn, DICKSON, scuoo1,m', Ir. u. 'rnoMPsoN, mc cu-:r.1.ANn, n. lrowlxnn, IIICGAN FOZLTZIL H0111--MEALS, ll. R. THOMPSON, STICPHENS, CIIRIST, LILLEY, RICH, SONTAG, DAYTON, BODENSCIIATZ, SMITH Three Ilzmdrufl Ninety-scvcn Phi Kappa Tau Founded at Miami Uni- versity, 1906, Nine Active Chapters OTA-tb., Q, .QOH o ml , .I fb, v F. RTL 'fly -O' .... ZETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1916 MEMBERS IN FACULTY SILAS ALONSO BRAILEY, A.B.,M.S.,Ph.D. BRUCE KEITH BROWN, B.S. NEWTON EDWARD ENSIGN, B.S., A.B. NORRIS ONSLOW TAYLOR, BIS. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniofrs . DANIEL AUGUSTUS BLAIR HOWARD CHAUNCEY BURLESON ORVILLE JENNINGS CREWS VICTOR MAX HENRY FLOYD BEATTY HOBART LYMAN CLAWSON MCCASKILL ADMYRLE HAYWARD OWEN MORRIS DAVID DURHAM LOUIS HENRY EDWARD GUENTHER KENNITH ENTZ MILLS Sophomores PAUL WILLIAMS BROSMAN HAMILTON RENIUARD BAILEY HERBERT DUANE CARTER WILLIAM LLOYD FAVINGER MORGAN LEWIS FITCH SIDNEY JAY GRAY OLIVER FRANCIS QUIGLEY DOREN EUGENE REA EDWARD ADOLF SANDLER BENJAMIN CECIL SCHWEITZER EDWARD EMERSON STAFFORD RAY WALKER WILSON ADOLPH KIRSCH WUERKER LLOYD HERVEY YEAGER WILLARD AMOS MORGAN PAT G. MORRIS AMOND MCKINLEY HARLIN HENRY MILES HERERER GEORGE JERE HOUGH FRED ERNEST MEYER CARTER RUSSEL RITTLE EDWIN WATERS SAVAGE JAMES BYERS WINSTON HARRY LAURENCE BELL JOHN ALFRED BUTZER ARTHUR FREDRICK COLLINS CLIFFORD LUTHER EASTRERG JAMES JOHNSON FLETCHER LEONARD HENRY KNOPF HOWARD KENDALL PHILLIPS JOHN IRVIN SMOOT Three Hundred Ninety ezght Tap Row- FITCH, smoor Second Row-1-'1.lcTcxrmz, MORGAN, Mn.1,s, 1cNo1-If, mAs'ruum:, .Moruus Third Raw-w1Ns'roN, Mmmns, uurzrzn, Grmv, maui., BROSMAN, P1m.1.n's Fourth R010-SAVAGE, cor.l.INs, cAn'um, GUENTIIER, DURHAM, Ylcmxsn, IIEIHGRER, noucu Fifth. Row-FAv1NGmz, RITTLE, Mc cAs1ul.l,, uolmnr, QUIGLEY, HURLESON, nm, nAu.m', IIARLIN Sixth Rozv-scllwvmrrzmn, SANDLIQR, wunmuan, WILSON, 1mNnx', owl-IN, smvronn, cmzws Tlwcc lluudrvd Ninety-01 im' Pi Kappa Alpha Founded at University of Virginia 1868, Forty- Five Active Chapters ' 'W 3549 'u HHH Q E. ' .BETA ETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1917 MEMBERS IN FACULTY WILLIAM E. BRITTON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILLIAM H. MARTIN SIDNEY L. PETERSON ,DONALD E. BEAN MILLARD E. DORAN PAUL B. KELLY R. NORTON MELIN EARLE J. COLLINS MALVERN L. DIESEL JOHN W. GRIFFITH KENT A. ALCORN REGINALD H. COLEY LESTER M. EATON Seniors ROLAND E, WINKELMANN DAVID A. WARFORD Juniors E. CECIL MOORE L. MELVIN NELSON GEORGE A. NOXON FRANK H. O'DONNELL Sophomores HOWARD SASSMAN GEORGE J. BARTLE ELMER D. ENGLISH CHARLES F. ROAN Freshmen CHARLES O. HOOPES EDWARD E. MILLER ROBERT J. SASSEMEN Four H und red Top ICON!-IIOOPES, HAR-TEL, EIVFQN, COLEY, MILLER, ENGLISH, SASSEMAN, ALCORN Second R010-BIOOIKE, DIESEL, SASSJKIAN, IIACKMAN, DORAN, 0'DONNELL, COLLINS, GRIFFITII, ROAN ThiTd R010-NOXON, MELIN, KELLY, PETERSON, NVARFORD, NVINKICLMANN, MARTIN, BEAN, NELSON Four ll'IL7lflI'l'Il Om: Sigma Phi Epsilon Founded at Richmond College 1 9 0 1 , Forty- Five Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1917 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors HARRY W. PENHALLOW WILBUR A. GEHLBACH FRANK S. CARTER V Juniors WALTER S. BOWLES MERWYN H. CABLE J. FRANK MARTINO CHARLES H. BARTLETT SHELBY D. HIMES VICTOR B. NEISWANGER LLOYD A, SPRINGER JAMES B. BURGEE ALVIN G. MATHEWS MAURICE L. NORDGREN PAUL O. JOHNSON Sophomores WILLIAM M. MURRAY FORREST M. CONDIT ROBERT L. POLLARD JESS M. GILL BERT E. STRUBINGER GEORGE P. FENN RALPH T. KLEYMEYER G. MALCOME BAIRD Freshxmen JOHN P. BAIRO LLOYD G. MOTAOOART DONALD C. PATTEN JEAN L. SOHUREMAN C. GLEN MOTAGGART DALE B. ESMON MARK W. STEPHENS EARL M. COPPER MERLE S. BARBER CLARENCE H. FREARK ALLAN J. GOOD O Four Hundred Two T021 R010-1lARlKl'JR, M. BAXRD, J. HAIRD, GOOD, S'1'I'II'lII'INS, G- MC TAGGAIIT SCCO'l'Ld R010-POLLARD, SCIIUREMAN, COI'PIil'l, FREARK, HURGEE, ESMOND, PATTICN, L. NCTAGGART, llAll'l'I.E'1'T IMATIIEWS Third Ro1uk.1011NsoN, FENN, NEISXVANGFIII, IIIMES, Gm., sTnun1NGEn, Nonncnmr F01L7'tll- RON!-I'ENlIALl.ONV, MURRAY, CABLE, MARTINO, GEIILBACK, BOXVLES, SPRINGER, CONDIT, KLEYMEYER CARTER Four Hundred Three fur fri. , .. 1 I I 'v . .Y ,Y 'fl HUF A. w -ff?---T:--.VA-.---TA--AA ---1-----'iff' 11 10215-lf'"-l-ih.Q.g55f-4-- , ,W :ft ,Q ,. - ..-, .FI , .Uv vig: A iI:l.Qf 'Hill EH 'ffjii 1559 S1 m Al 11 M args g a P E' U f'5'f-:fl 2Efff7f'! flfiig' Founded at the College of 'firfzx . iii' the C1ty of New York 1909, ,K A Twenty Active Chanters 'Kofi 151, All 'Niki 1259? ,-0' 4 M ' WED L: Exit 'E 1fi'kfX'x A :Il -' N 31" 4591154 1-' TG, A Pug pzggi' ZR " " fig- iff!! "-ev' 1553" PHE! ' law ijlzgu If , img' I ff- I"-"X EA A-QE - RHO CHAPTER 1:1355 ' Established at Illinois 1918 '19 , , rf .. lg IIA'-U Il I hr. MEMBERS IN FACULTY EARL E. LIBMAN if qu' ,Q ii QZZQ. Mig MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY -gy lfifg, Graduate Iifggi N. RUSSEL FELDMAN 32212 .2 gm Q95 I Seniors W GIJ1 . VAL: 'Sift' MAURIOE POLLARD WAGER A. BURTON WEINER 359 SAUL S. CALLNER SIDNEY NEWMAN Q31 SAMUEL O. OMANSKY gh! . if 39, , 32.5 I Jumors 6751 gif' HOWARD N. ABRAHAMSON ISADORE CHAPMAN 15535 E62 milf! - Sophornores icq lf ,5 ' f' '91-.tg DAVID IRA FELDMAN HOMER SILAS GROSSMAN ll FRANKLIN ALLEN ALTER SAMUEL LEONARD BIESPIEL gg.:-.4 LOUIS JOSEPH MILLER JAMES JACK Sxmow ,QQ MAXIMILLION C. LIDCHIN MAURICE LEONARD HEI-'FER gitgjj 371' A will fe? 125 Freshmen RAYMOND SILBAR, EzRA DELSON ' 13:-3,5 MORRIS A. BLUMENTHAL HARRY HORAOE KANTER 1 nip! ARTHUR MANDEL PAUL'H. WELLER A I ll. . gp, Q' MORRIS S. LEvIN ALBERT FRANK ROSENBLUM 5 fe 13235 ARTHUR W. SOHER EDWARD E. VOYNOW 1 ililli ffl? fl CSE Four Hundred Four if? ' ,Q-----p ---:A amz-v 54 nr. 1 - - ' sr:-'. .- X Jqzii.-:E .---1.2: :i..:r,f3,' 24 'ff""-T-T:'3-'1-Eifif: ---.11-.3 Af,-:f nwrfh ':.:j' ""' ---i.:.:::::rf-:rf-:HI yqk H-C. 4 T011 R010--SCIIIGR, IIEIWIFBR, lKOSl'INIlI.UM, Alfl'I-IR, MILLER, IKIHSPIIGI., XVl'1Ll.I'1Il SCCOHII 1f0IU7llHl.S0N, CHAPMAN, lH.UMIiN'l'1IAl., MANDHI., SILISAR, LIGVIN ' Third Row-cAm.N1-nz, wAmm, LIDSCIIIN, v. 1-'m.mvmN, N. 1"1':1.nMAN, 1:AN'1'1-rn, sxcuzow, Anrmlmmsox, NVIEINICIK, vox'Now, oMANs1u', 1mossMAN, NEWMAN Four llzmclrvfl Five Sigma Phi Sigma Founded at University of Pennsylvania 1908, Six Active Chapters la 46 A A . ,fb ZETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1918 MEMBERS IN FACULTY GEORGE BURR MCMILLAN, A.B. HARRY WARREN DAY, B.S. WENDELL PHILLIPS HILTABRAND, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate CHESTER REED ANDERSON, A.M. Seniors HENRY BAILIE HESEMAN JOEL A. RANNEY MARSHALL CLYDE GRIGGS ETHAN ARLO NORTON THOMAS MORGAN LIVINGSTON Juniors WILLIAM, MALKMUS GEORGE EVANS TAYLOR HILEY LEMEN WARD RALPH TOLIVAR MOQUINN ROBERT WAYNE LAMBERT CHARLES FREDERICK ANDREWS Sophomores . ELBRIDGE KITCHEL FARRAND HARLEY LILLARD KNAUER GEORGE ERNST KELLER MILTON ORLANDO NARAMORE, JR. TRUMAN MACKENZIE CROWELL CLARENCE DOMINIQUE GRIGGS EVRETT EMERSON WAGNER LEWIS OTT WARD, JR. HAYS HILBERT WEBSTER LLOYD LEROY THRASHER Freshmen ALLEN SAWYER BENZING JOHN WILLIAM MORRIS IRVING JOEL HOLMGREN FRED RAPHAEL SHOEMAKER LORIN WAYNE ROBISON GRANT LEON BULLIS Four Hundred Six Top Row-L. RANNEY, Ir. wAnn, Nmmmonn, cnowm.1,, L. wmzn, 1vx,u.1mus Second Row-uu1,us, 1c.N,umn., Moruus, TIIRASIIER, 'r,xY1.on, nox,m:nmN, suonmmclcn Third Rozu-wnnsmn, 1cm.uan, LAMm:n'r, ROHISON, ISENZING, MCQUINN, ANDREWS, c. cnlccs FOMTUL R010-J. RANNEY, ANDERSON, DAY, IIESEMAN, FARRAND, NORTON, LIVINGSTON, M. GRIGGS, MC MILLAN W Four Ilumircrl Seven 'A 3512 ' I FI' ' ' ll ' 'Il .I,.f Delta Sigma Phi Founded at the College of the City of New York 1899, Twenty-Four Active Chapters ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1919 MEMBERS IN FACULTY H. H. BAILEY, Ph.D. MEM X H. KENNETH ALLEN FRED W. BEOKER A. LEROY CLARK ARTHUR W. HAYEORD PAUL D. CLOSE J. ROY BROWNING WALTER S. COLLINS CLARENCE E. EMS THOMAS E. HENLEY ARTHUR M. HOUSER, JR. FRED E. JOHANSEN LAWRENCE B'. ANDERSON ARVID H. BERG WILLIAM W. EMS J. GLENARD GRANT RALPH B. ALLEN Ross J. CASTENDYCK ALAN B. CONANT 1. ..j. 1 F EIL. ..Y:.:JLf, TY C. J. LAPP, A.B. BERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Juniors W. FLOYD KEEPERS W. LLOYD KEEPERS GEORGE W. MOORE DAVID WARD PEASE LEE M. PATTON RALPH C. PELTZ ELMER G. STALEY ORRIN R. SMITH Ross J. UTLEY GEORGE F. UEEERRHEIN LEROY E. SLAGHT RUSSEL W. WILEY Sophomores Freshmen Q 4.1,-VIL' ,:.o.':::I. ' .Ir RAYMOND L. HEATON CLAYTON G. LICHTENWALTER CARL A. NEUREUTHER W. LLOYD WHITE VIRGIL H. CRUM FORREST A. DICKS SLOAN F. HEDGCOCK Four . .V .- . . J . I My .II--fx, I.,,L 1, K.. l h., . H umlrcd Eight .. -. ,x,., . .I .'................:'... .. ' I -.www 5 -1 ,-1 1 1, in .4-... V H1 IQ " I 21 -il il Q i HA' R," li: lflfwf W l.l'.xl iflfwfi Mtn. fl 1751 Q. ily !'?5.,.1 13,5 lil Nl lx ' I Elin H pai-r GIS-4 0413.1 Eifffl I N - -.1 1314- :I fi. 'Egg ill f ' Mp 1.1! M QL! ly 'ff all I :IN Il gli' 'l jrl X .I ,. 'HI ,Q .. . V N I 'rg I 1, Elk ,lf Ti,-3 Pfifala :Ml MAJ' 521311 riiiifii EH I . J In f! 1237.1 gl i' ,Fl 14, 'Ili' .nf !pl'1'Q'f ,JV 53.-,A-IV :g-I 'ni lffi IH-I.. ll! sf'1'pI' Bi si ,iz I If, ', .wi Qlhj. Egj ': l M5911 Q,-LQ! I1Q,' 1 I" Top Ifou---fr:n,xN'1', wurm, mcxcs, uousmc, cnum, n. A1.mcN, NEUllIiU'l'1II'IIK, c. 1-uvxs, coNAN'r, u'1'1.m', w. 1-ms, :1'r,u,m', ,xNmcusoN Sm-and 1n'02U"llRlNYNING, IIICNLEY, mana, UICIEIGRIIIIICIN, cAs'mNnx'c1c, 1,rcxm-:NwAL'rxcn, rmxrz Third Ifozv-cmmc, Jo1IANs1cN, wu.1aY, IIEATON, COLLINS, SMITH, sl.Au11'r Fourlln Icom----Moomc, IIAYFORII, nncxcmn, W. F. Icmm-mrs, 1'Aw'roN, CLOSI-I, 11. ALLEN, vmxsxc, w. I.. xucr-:rn-:us Four IIlHllll'l'fl Nino Delta Phi Founded at Union College 1827, Fourteen Active Clulpters TAU CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1920 MEMBERS IN FACULTY HENRY BALDWIN WARD, Ph.D. CARL COLVIN, B.S. WILLIAM HORACE RAYNER, C.E. HARRY HARKNESS STOEK, B S EM MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MILTON NELS NELSON FRANK JAMES ENGLISH OLIVER GALBRAITH BRAIN AMOS HOLSTON WATTS EDWARD CARL STERNAMIEI O BIJRTON ELDRED KING LOWELL ERNEST THOMPSON JOHN WILLARD NAY WILLIAM WADSWORTH WATTS DEWEY MUSCOTT CAMPBELL EDWARD AUGUSTUS CURTISS FREDERICK SAILOR HARVEY HAROLD BERKLEY MCCARTY OTTO EDWIN BRUNKOW CHAUNCEY BROCKWAY SOHMELTZER CHARLES GRIPEEN BIRDSALL ROBERT GARDNER TOLMAN RUSSELL HOWARD MORRISON THOMAS CARL DIXON BERT HOWELL REEOE ALDEN GEORGE LEWIS LESLIE JAMES BATTEY DANIEL WILLARD SMITH WILLIS CRAWFORD WEBB ELMER HOWARD HENLEY DONALD ARDEAN TRIPP HOWARD LOUIS COPE WALDO VINCENT BRI'r'roN JOSEPH THEODORE STERNAMAN JAMES BENJAMIN HOLSTON CHARLES DANIEL BRUNROW HARRY LLOYD HODDE Four Hundred Ten Top Row-J. STEIINAMAN, HODDE, HENLEY, xfmnvlcv, IIOLSTON, DRUNKOXV Second Row-o. u. IHIUNKONV, xm11"roN, Mc cAnTY, CAM1-nm.l., w. w. wA'r'rs, wmm, cox-ls, culms Third R010-SMITH, NAY, 'r11oMPsoN, nxrmv, DIXON, ulnnsxxnl., KING, LEWIS, 'rmrfv Fzmrth Row-A. 11. WATTS, ,rsNGL1sxr, scmmxrzrcn, nmscrz, s1'nnNAMAN, un.-HN, TOLMAN, MORRISON Four Hundred Eleven Alpha Gamma Rho Founded at Unifvefrsity of Illinois 1906 Fourteen Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER MEMBERS 1N FACULTY EUGENE DAVENPORT, L.L.D. FRED H. RANKIN, B'.S. SLEETER BULL, M.S. HENRY P. RUSK, M.S. J. C. HACKLEMAN, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY HENRY HAVENS CARRITHERS RAY L. GARMAN HAROLD D. THOMAS Seniors WILLIAIVI MAURIOE KIMMELSHUE JOHN EMER HICKS JOHN WILLIAM KIMMAN NATHAN LYMAN RICE E. MELVILLE CRANDELL RAYMOND VANCE WATSON PAUL M. FURR JOHN W. RANDOLPH SAMUEL DAWSON DARLEY ENOCH OLIVER PAULSON RAY EUGENE CRYDER HARRY ARTHUR LUER Juniors LAWRENCE JOSEPH BERRY ELWIN THOMAS WALLACE D. WESLEY THOMPSON ALFRED JOHN TENINGA LEE CARL THOMPSON Sophomores KENNETH ARTHUR FORD CLARENCE ROY LASH TEMPLE RAYMOND LOVETT FRANK HAMILTON SHUMAN ERNEST MERLE SHRINER ROBERT EVERETTE BAKER DONALD FRAZIER LAFUZE WILLIAM ROBERT PAYNE LEE HAROLD FORD THOMAS HENRY HILDEBRAND HAROLD CLYDE CROMWELL LEROY TRIMBLE HOPKINS THOMAS FRANKLIN MCCLUSKEY GEORGE NEWELL MORGAN ELMER RUSSELL PATTISON LESTER A. LUHNOW WILLIAM RUSSELL PINKERTON BRUCE W. WIRTS - J. WILLARD DODSWORTH Freslivnen HAROLD DAY CONDIN JOHN GILETTE WHITTLE SAMUEL GILBERT VANSICKLE ARTHUR K. CARMICHAEL JOHN ALBERT NUCHOLLS CARL D. JONES LAWRENCE GLEN COX PAUL K. BRESSE WILLIAM KOCH, JR. Four Hundwcd Twelve 1 ft 1' I N. Y'-Y-3 , -I ' " ' ' T011 IJOIU--CROMNVELL, XVIIITTLFI, CARMICIIAICI., IIRICSSE, NVIRTS, NUCIIOLLS, VAN SICKLIC, UONHIN, COX,' MC CLUSKI-XY, JONES, L. FORD, PINKERTON, IIILDEISIIAND Socoml NOIUALAI-'UZl5, LUIINOW, HOPKINS, IKAKICR, PATTISON, MORGAN, SIIRINIGR, PAYNE, K. FORD, LASIK Third If0IlV- KIMMELSHUE, BERRY, PAULSON, WALLACE, DODSWORTII, DARLEY, TENINGA, LOVl'I'l"l', CIEYDICR, L. THOMPSON, LU!-IR FOILVUL IYOIU-KIMMAN, CRANDELL, IIICKS, FURR, XV. THOMPSON, GARMAN, RICE, RANDOLPII, CARRITIIIERS, XVATSON Fzmr llzmdrvd Thirteen Bushnell Guild Founded at University of Nebraska 1910, Two Chapters - ffffo sl VN, ,T Qfflwze '- . QX:,,y.. X . ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1915 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors WYLIE BLOODGOOD CHARLES HENRY KRAMER OWEN BLOODGOOD ARNOLD ALINDER LUNDGREN PAUL FRASER KENT WILLIAM EDWARD GILMORE Juniors DWIGHT FUNK BRACKEN HARRY BURTON HOFFMAN HAROLD NOYES MYERS LEE NORTON SHADDLE SIDNEY KELLER STARR SIDNEY FUNK TOWNSEND HERBERT ELMER DUX Sophomores I LYLE NELSON BARCU ME RUSSELL LOWELL POLLITT KARL FREDERICK KOENIG FREDERICK PORTER SCHRADE KENNETH HAYES MYERS THOMAS REX ROUTH WALTER CARL YACKEL WILLIAM Dow BOUTWELL HUBERT WILLARD KNIGHT Freshmen HOWARD FREDERICK ENGELBREOIIT FRANCIS ALVA GABRIELSON NOAH DANIEL KENT ROBERT LAVERN MATLOOK LAWRENCE LYLE WINN CLARENCE ARTHUR NUTT R Four Hundred Fmrrtcen w 1 Top R010-NUTT, N. KENT, ENGELBIIECHT, XVINN, MATLOCK, SCIIRADER, KNIGHT, GAIIRIELSON, KOENIG SCC071d R010-POLI.ITT, ROUTH, K. MYERS, HOFFMAN, DUX, TOWNSEND, YACKEL, BOUTXVELL, IXRACKENL mmcumm Third R010-STARR, Ir. MYERS, w. nmoncoon, LUNUGREN, P. F. KENT, Giuxlonm, KRAMER, 0. xsnooncoou, smmuuc Four If'll'lld'l'0d Fifteen I Chi Beta Founded at University of Illinois 1906 Zfxkj .Q QB., .xmf, . ALPHA CHARTER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ALBERT CHARLES BECKEN, JR. JOHN STANLEY PROBST HAROLD PHILIP BELL CARL HENRY RADEKE LAWRENCE EVANS DICKSON CHARLES REDDEN SCHUH GEORGE CHESTER SPRAOUE Juniors THEO FRANK EISZNER CECIL RAY McEwEN IRv1N MILTON FUNK JOHN KERYL MOKINNEY FRED BARRON GALLAGHER RALPH WARREN SAWYER ELMER THOMAS JOHNSON KENNEY ERNEST WILLIAMSON WARREN LYONS KIRBY ROSE WILLS - Sophomores ARCHIE VERNON ALLEN JOHN JOSEPH CLEGG RUSSELL WALTER GOEBEL DWIGHT LOUIS GREENER ALBERT LYDDON HAROLD SHEAFFER MATHER ALFRED FREDERICK RADEKE Freshmen FORREST ARNOLD LYDDON RALPH EDMOND NAYLOR ALFRED FRANK SCHAREENBERG KARL ROBERT SCHARFENBERG LLOYD LORENZO SMITH WALTER EDWARD SMITH ROBERT MCLEAN STRIOKLE SILAS GIRE WOODY WILLIAM LESLIE WOODY RICHARD KENNETH SHATTUCK Four Hundred Sixteen .,,C..,jLx,. .v,.,I.1,I.Y.i..,.,I,.I,.I,,I ..,I.... .wr ,.,,,. ,.,,,.,, , I .ww .f.. .,-, 1 1 I4 cwmfrv 'frwv'1f+JI:O"I-I fm'-1:1 2 .'::xfwm. wr - my - Us -1 , WZ., vw..- Tap R01U1P'- SCIIARFENBERG, ALLEN, JOHNSON, F. Lynnox, Mzvrxusn, wn.1.mMsoN, 1-'UNK Second Row-Kmnv, A. LYDDON, s. wooov, w. woonv, MCKINNEY, K. sc1IAnFmN1sn:nG, Gnmmmn, NAYLOR Third R010-NVILIS, Mc EXVEN, cmacc, smrru, STRICKLE, s1m'r'rUcK, mszmzn, A. rmnmcrz, Gomnm. Fourth Row-sAwyr:n, nncluw, BELL, DICKSON, sclum, rnonsr, smmcurz, c. nmmxuc, GA1.LAcxxEn Four Humlrctl Scvcntccn Ilus Founded at University .of Illinois 1.907 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors LOWELL H. TUTTLE JOHN J. BICKEL, JR. LEWIS A. CLARAHAN Juniors EWART STRAWBRIDGE JOSEPH W. CANNON, JR . MERRITT D. MCDOWELL WALTER F. RAMM WALTER V. STEWART HENRY C. HARMELING HARRY D. FREEMAN Sophoinores RUSSELL G. CONE HARRY H. WILDEMAN WILLIAM H. EVANS MILES E. VRANECK JOHN M. PON J. RALPH FRITTS ROBERT M. HEINRIOI-I J.' EDWIN FRITTS EDWIN P. BARTLING CLYDE R. BANKSON EARL G. MCDONALD VICTOR F. KLOEPPER Freshmen JOHN D. CANNON HENRY E. 0. HEINEMAN II A. WELLWOOD HOLMES ROBERT J. MCMANUS MAURICE L. CONE STUART R. DICKINSON LAWRENCE H. FOSTER Four Hundred Eighteen Top Row-n1cxcINsoN, J. n, Fruws, M. coNN, IIEINEMAN, Mc MANUS, 1xAnTl.1Nu, J. D, CAN- Nox, lxomuss, Fosfrmz, PON SCCO?ld IfO1U--VRANECK, IIANKSON, WILDEMAN, HIEINRICIIS, Il. CONE, EVANS, KLOEPPER, J. IC. FRITTZ, MC DONALD Third .RUTH-RAMM, FRICICMAN, WJ. XY. CANNON, STRANVIIRIIYGI-2, NICKEL, 'l'U'l'TLI'I, CLARAIIAN, IIARMELING, MC DOWELL, S'I'l5WAlC'l' Four Ilzmdrvd Nineteen Pi Pi Rho Founded at University of Illinois 1.915 M7 MEMBERS IN FACULTY CHARLES M. THOMPSON, Ph.D. GEORGE H. DUNGAN, B.S. FRANK H- BEACH, A.B. GEORGE B. MCMILLIAN, A.B. WILLIAM H. COBB, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates RUDOLPH H. GJELSNESS, A.B. KEITH E. SPARKS, B.S. GEORGE M. COURTNEY CEDRIC HALE CHARLES D. KEMP ORVILLE D. ARNOLD J. WILLIAM BELLAMY JOHN H. DUNGAN HENRY J. HERRMANN ISAAC B. BARRETT CLYDE CONRAD RAYMOND G. DOUGLAS RICHARD S. FISHER WILLIAM J. BAHLMAN REED W. BLUNDY GLENN W. CARLYLE Seniors ERIC W. LAGER CLOYD SMITH GEORGE B. WHITMAN Juniors ' EARL L. MCCLURE F. DEAN MORGAN MARSHALL W. WHITTIER FRANK L. WOTHINGTON Sophornores E VIRGIL K. HALDEMAN E. LEE KEMP DAN P. WARD CHARLES WATTLEWORTH JESSE A. PEALE Freshmen V. RAYMOND EDMAN WILLIAM R. ENYART RHENE B. LAW Four Hundred Twenty .1 ., A -s Top RMU'-CARLYLE, FISHER, E. L. KEMP, PEALE, UAHLMAN, ENYART, BARRETT, LANV, BLUNDY Second 1f01lJ-YVARD, MORGAN, WATTLENVORTII, BELLAMY, IIICRRMAN, GJELSNESS, MC CLURE, IIALDHMAN, CONRAD Third Row-SMITH, LAGER, c. HEMP, noucms, won'rmNc'roN, ,uAu:, DUNGAN, XVIIITMAN, coUn'rNmY' srmnxcs , Four Hundred Twenty-one Cosmopolitan Club Founded at University of Illinois 1907, Thirty-Five Active Chapters 'Ng rf' If J if I I ' I 'fha ' Sf? ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1908 MEMBERS IN FACULTY EDWARD CHAUNCEY BALDWIN, Ph.D. JOSEPH HOWARD BEARD, A.B.,M.A., M.D. BRUCE WILLBT BENEDICT, B.S. LEONARD BLOOMEIELD, Ph.D. WALTER CASTELLA COFFEY, M.S. HERMAN BERNARD DORNER, M.S. ROBERT DOUGLAS GLASGOW, Ph.D. HARVEY HERBERT JORDAN B.S THOMAS EDWARD OLIVER, Ph.D. ELLERY BURTON PAINE, M.S. FRED HENRY RANKIN, B.S. WILLIAM FREDERICK SCHULZ, Ph.D. ARTHUR ROMEYN SEYMOUR, Ph.D. VICTOR SHELFORD, Ph.D. RAFAEL ARCANGEL SOTO, B.S., A.M. EDWARD H. WALDO, A.B., M.E., FREDERICK HAYNES NEWELL, B.Eng. HAROLD MALCOLM WESTERGAARD, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY GUILHERME ECHENIQUE, JR. EDWARD KNIGHT HALL LABIENO JOBIM HILLIS ELWYN BARBER CASPER OSCAR BORGMEIER LOUIS FRANCIS BORUCKI MANUEL FONSECA REIDAR BASTIAN GAARDER SETURAM SEDASIV GANDHEKER Graduates NAO UYEI Seniors M.S., E.E. JACOBUS STEPHANUS MARAIS JOSE MIRASOL LEWIS BRADFORD RIPLEY GERALD SNYDER GIMRE RENE GUIET CHINGHSI HIRAM LOWE CLIVE MAINE MCCAY MAXIMO ELADIO MORALES WALTER EMCH ERNESTO JAEN GUARDIA JORGE ALEJANDRO ARTEAGA FORD ELVEN BELT HENRY BLACKSTONE THOMAS EDISON BLAIR . BHUPENDRA NATH BYSACK CHRIS VICTOR CARDOSI CHINGFU CHOU GUILLERMO GARCIA COLIN Juniors FREDERICK ALEXANDER DAVIDSON LOUIS BLOCK LEOPOLDO GARCIA COLIN SOON-LING LIANG ALFONSO BOZA EZETA S ophomores Freshmen JOSE FORTUNATO FUENTES HAAKON SVERRE HOIE JOHN HAROLD INGMANSON TOMI INOUYE SEICHI ISOBE DJALMA VARELLA MARTINS CARL MARTIN ROSENQUIST WILLIAM HARRY SAHUD PAULO CUBA DE SOUZA THOMAS LORTON PANKEY ALBERT ROBERT SABIN NICHOLAS FRANCIS SCHLACKS CORNELIUS PAUL HALUSHKA HOPE STEYN VAN GRAAN Four Ilundrcd Twenty-two T011 R010-BLACKSTONE, GANIUIIFIKER, FONSECA, IIORUCKI, SAPIN, IIALUSIIKA, SAIIUD, L, COLIN, UYEI, ISOZA, ISOIIE SGCOMII R010--MIRASOL, BLAIR, MORALES, MC CAY, VAN GRAAN, DAVIDSON, G. OOLIN, GUARDIA, SCIILACKS, MARTINS, ISYSACK, ILORGMEIEII ThiTd R0l07S0UZA, LOIVE, CARDOGI, PANKEY, RICE, GUIT, INGMANSON, GLASGOW, IGCIIENIQUH, JOIIIN, BLOCK, ARTEAGA Fourth Ro1uQ-HALL, nmzmzn, Qlnrnn, ROSENQUIST, CIIOU, MARAIS, nmfr, GAAIIIIER, HALDWIN, AnGUm.l.Ics, EMCII Four llumlrcd Twenty-tl1.rce K. M. CHENG T. H. CHEO C. C. CHANG S. H. CHANG H. H. CHoU T. P. Ho C. F. CHoU C. Y. TSANG P. T. CHANG C. H. HUANG Y. C. CHEN S. L. LIANG W. H. CHAO I. H. CHAN H. W. CHAo S. T. CHow L. LAI C. T. Lou 0. L. SUN Chinese Students' Club Founded at University of California 1880, Ninety Chapters MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates T. C. TONG Seniors Juniors J. C. YU Sophomores K. S. YUEN Freshmen T. C. CHANG T. K. CHow V. P. DZENG H. L. Hsum C. H. Lowa W. K. TSANG T. C. Woo F. M. KWONG H. K. L1 S. D. TUNG K. W. WONG T. M. LAU G. J. LEE T. K. NG L. M. WU K. H. YEH C. C. YU C. B. SUVOONG P. K. WANG A. A. YOUNG Four Hundred Twenty-four Top R010-LEE, CHUAN, LAU, YUEN, wu, LOU, LIANG Second Row-TUNG, 11. w. cfmo, YOUNG, cuow, 1.1, SUN, c. T. CIIANG, woNG Third Row-1cwoNc, P. T. c1rANu, c. c. CIIANG, cuu, HSIEII, woo, w. 14. TSANG, 11. n. cuou, 1-. K. WANG. LAI Fourth R010--DZENG, cmzo, Ho, w. 11. CIIAO, CHEN, c. F. Cuou, c. Y. TSANG, CHENG, eHow Four Ilmulrcd Twcntu-Jive Anubis Founded at University of Illinois 1917 Seniors LAWRENCE E, PETERSON OSCAR H. OLSON LAURENCE P. GANNON Juniors FRANK CHMELIK, JR. LESLIE A. DREW ALBERT A. KRAL, JR. O'r'ro T. LAUBE ARLID M. BRENNE A Sophomores CONRAD G. CARLSON RUDOLPH J. PICHA EDWARD E. RICKERT JERRE KOHOUT VERNE T. MINERS J. HARCOUR1' Mo'r'r CLAYTON B. SCHROCK SAMUEL SEEVER ' Freshmen RICHARD M, MO'1"1' Four Hundred Twenty-six Top Row--lv. :u0'r'1', MINI-ms, KOIIOUT, NRM. Svcoozd Hou'-J. M0'r'r, GANNON, IKRICNNIC, SICICYICIC, nmcw, CARLSON Third R010--I'lClIA, nlclil-IRT, sclmoclc, 1'Ic'r1cns0N, OLSON, LAUIH-2, CIIMELUC Four lllmrlrcri T zrfcnty-seven Gamma Sigma Kappa Founded at University of Illinois 1918, One Active Chapter Ld..- I 2:- yf Y: ' - 1. 'tk f I MEMBERS IN FACULTY E. N. TURNQUIST O. A. BARNES MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors MILLARD EVERETT BRAME CARL ROSCOE MILLER RUDOLPH ALFRED FAUST ROBERT MILLER PEARSON DONALD ARTER RITTENHOUSE Juniors MAYNARD TODD BARTHOLOMEW DONALD DAVID MCGUIRE MYBERT EUSTACE BROOM PAUL WALKER MAURICE CROUCHORN CREW LORENZ ENGLEHART WORMLEY DONALD BENNETT LITTRELL WALTER WILLIAM SCHUTT Sophomores IvER THEODORE ALMBERG FRED MINOR WITWER WALTER ANTHONY BLUE FRANK JOSEPH MILLER KARL MALCOLM GIBBON WILLIAM KREIG WIOKHORST FREDERICK THEODORE MEWES ELMER GEORGE KRAUSE Freshmen WALTER BROWN AUSTIN CHARLES ALBERT BOEHNER JAMES ERSKIN BRIGHTWELL HAROLD BLANCHARD HAMPER NORMAN GAINES HERRICK CARL LEMMEN KIRK JOHN ALFRED KLEIN ALBERT ALEXANDER RALSTON STURGIS LAVERN VICTOR GLENN BRUCE WALKER Four Hzmdrcrl Twenty-eight Top Row-cmnox, VICTOR, IIERRICK, G. w,xl.m:n, BIIIGIITNVELL, muvwmn, mme, nommmz Second ROZU-AUSTIN, 1mr,sToN, F. MILLER, Mmvns, wxcxcnonsr, KRAUSIC, XVITWER. Third 12010--KLEIN, P. wAl.Kl:n, lmoom, m.ur:, liAIlT1IELOMENV, Ar.Mmcl:G. SCHUTT Fourth, Row-cnrsw, RITTENIIOUSE, 1.1'r'rnm.l., 1'mnsoN, Mc emma, 1f,xUs'r, lmlmlss, c. Mxmnn, :ummm Four Ilundrcfl Tzvcn Ly-nine Delta Pi Founded at University of Illinois 1919 399' ' .CU" K" MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors FRANK M. BEIEN WAYNE V. MIDDLETON CLARENCE C. HERRMANN FRANK V. SIEGLINGER I I VOLNEY D. WALKER Juniors HARLEY IF. ALLISON LOUIS HEUBER RICHARD B. BEST JESSE R. JOHNS GEORGE W. CROMER .JOHN H. KANEY BENJAMIN S. GARVEY WILLARD W. KELSEY O. GRESENS ARNO W. TODD WESLEY D. WILSON Sophomores HENRY A. CROLL LANE' W. JOHNSON LOY J. BLAKELY CHARLES L. MCFARLAND HAROLD M. OSBORN Freshmen RALPH R. BARTSOH CLYDE H. FOWLER FRED B. HARRISON FRANK J. MCFARLAND Four Hundred Thirty vu..--Y Top Icom-4. Mc 1mn1.ANn, IIUBER, luanslay, osnorm, wn.soN, HANEY, xmnmsow. FOWLEII Second Row-nmsr, IEARTSCII, m.AuE:1,v, JOHNSON, cno1,I,, TOLL, mmnvxzv, .1ouNs Third Row-c. Mc FARLAND, cnonmn, wAmmn, umrm, uranmuANN, s11cc:L1NcEn, mmnLmToN. ALLISON, GRESENS Four Ilundrcd Thirty-o'nc 7 ' ifr- -1 1-:W i 1.7 ,gf gl ' 1 .UCNK fl- 'l ,i .. W .,- - 151335 fx I , X 7"j ll v 1 J- ' '2 A ' I r i 9.9 Fraternities at Illinois OR the first twenty years or more of the existence fiffiq of the University of Illinois fraternities were cd: QQ? either barred or played a very small part in stu- 'afqf' dent life. Since 1891 they have come more and more into prominence. They have done much toward the comfortable and proper housing of students, they have stim- ulated organized interest in student activities, they have dominated and directed the social life of the University, and have been leaders in all matters that pertain to the ex- tra-curriculum life of the undergraduate. In intellectual affairs they have had many outstanding meng sometimes the average scholastic standing of fraternal men has equalled that of the general student, but more often it has been in- ferior to it. The fraternity man at Illinois has on the whole found more interest in the incidental things of college life than in learning things that are in books. Times are changing, however, and there is every reason to believe that a real interest in scholastic matters is bei-ng developed and that fraternities at Illinois will in the future show as much interest in scholarship as they have in extra-curriculum activities. Wfww , Dean of Men. Four llumlrcd Tl ty o sonoumfs Qi Women's' Pan Kappa Alpha Theta VIRGINIA FRISBEE ADDIE AMSBARY Pi Beta Phi BLANCHE SHIRLEY KATHRINE HUEF Kappa Kappa Gamma LEAH ELDRIDGE ELIZABETH HOLT Alpha Chi Omega CAROLINE MANSPEAKER ISABELLE LosEE Chi Omega CHARLOTTE ACER ALLENE LYLE Alpha Xi Delta MILDRED KNAPHEIDE ETHEL HRON SON Four Hundred Thirty-tln'cc Hellenic Association Sigma Kappa HELEN RICE MYNETTA ENGELLAND Delta Gamma MARY DIXON EVA HOWE Alpha Omicron Pi ELIZA GARMAN SHIRLEY MANN Alpha Delta Pi LENORE SCOTT HELEN NEWTON Gamma Phi. Beta ELIZABETH BLAKESLEE CHRISTINE STUBBS Alpha Gamma Delta ' MAUDE BUTLER FLORENCE DOWNEND Chi Theta HELEN WOOD 'C',. La , raw 4' . ,f . x , .,. K M ,f V I Q' " "auf-w '- TAKS" . f - f f,...'j,jp If Q wx ,MW X fw fYTfEl7l7?v'I5'',Fl1:5lQ'l'1'f. '-5111277 Effflf"7'iQ7f'Q'5Ti'?''?'7-iii:-filiyz':'f'l-5:2 1021 ww'f 1, Zn?"-T?,ff"xy:-'J 2'A"7: N.'-w'- -'ravi-1"-vm"'vq F: . . A A . H A x,, .J - - - -. .-.:- A'b.:AJ:f .:,e:J--,., ',f44f,L1,.f."f - Lr..-. ..-, :V -ei 1' ' mfg my R4 iv! 1 11 h M, Kappa A p a T eta , Founded at DePauw 53 University 1870, 3 Forty-Five Chapters . G51 VJ71' - A Q Q A C- 1533 I QS-.:: , Q fl. A f , HR, 4' , 3' Hifi" fi? we ' 35 -.fa ,:-f' .LU il ' ng, YQ' 'fin' ' 1 ' - DELTA CHAPTER A TH 2 ,, I JI K-:QE Established at Illinois 1895 .55 QQ MEMBERS IN FACULTY If l 2 A ,Ay HELENE HINDS, A.M. MARGARET WILLIAMS, B.L.S. E Tiff KATHARINE SEEYLE, A.B. FRANCES KLANK, A.B., B.L.S. Af? ERA BENCE. B.Mus. STELLA M. HAGUE, Ph.D. zb, Q LUCY NOTESTEIN, A.M. EMILIE RAY BOWMAN, B'.S. 5- 1 Q37 HELENE DOTY, A.B. 3:5 T' I if 0' A fig ' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY wi f JA 2 I Seniors 2. 2 ' . A ff: CHARLOTTE WARD FRANCES SCoNCE Kb WINIFRED CARLSON VIRGINIA FRISBEE 5 sq 5523 MARJORIE JoNEs MARTHA HUMPHREY I 3 Q-gi HARRIET HALLADAY VIRGINIA Fox E' DOROTHY TALBOT. . 5 ?f' . 'E YA Junzors 3 3 L59 5 L g gun-I FRIFIAND ROBOT!-IA: ALLEN 55, Ip- ARRIET ERA I DDIE MSRARY I- , H MARY COPLEY JOSEPHINE BURT Epi-I NANCY BROWNING ' ig,-5 :BJ I W' -A Fi j S- I xg- 1 Sophomores -5 RJ S 1:' M. f 1I?IoRo'rHYGCAssINGHAM IIEATHEREINE KEMI' iff 135 7 URIEL RAY DITH ILL 5, - QQXI ZENDA BRAMBLE JULIA THOMPSON 65 HELEN RUSSELL MARGARET MCQUISTON 5" Q3 - ' j Freshmen A Efq .bv If gk: 23- MARGARET Cons ' MURIEL MoRGAN ,5, MILDRED HERRICK MARY HART 55,5 1525 EMMA FEY ALICE BUMSTEAD qi- CHARLOTTE VAN PELT LOUISE B'ACoN l-5+ ,-U CLARIS RITTER AENID TANKERSLEY if P5 lu 'lv ' :E SI Four Hundred Thirty-.four GG? N Q. . . ..n . . " .. . " ' ' ' v" ' .1. H : --f - AVA 1" 5. f ff f- -T-in H 1: -- ,Z . , - nfs. -.. .eh p V. If " 6l.f' 3lIf li'irSflQl1'jl53 Ii 115' Top Row-Conn, nnowN1NG, Moncmx, xmcox, Fox, IIICRRICK, vnu1.ANu Second Rowwlcussum., cmw, Amslmnv, mv, 1u'r'r1-:n, VAN Pmxr, scoNc14:, mxm' Third Row-Mc QUISTON, nuMs'mAn, ulmunm, CASSINGHAM, umm-, MILES, 1.u.l., Fourth Rozu-num, comm, Jomss, numvumav, 1mI.1.AnAx', wmm, msNm:, warm, Four llumircd Thirt y-Eve THOMPSON. ALLEN FIKISHEE, CARLSON . ..,.. ., , n ' lfxfff If ' -K '!',- Af ,N I ,L-Q., ff' 1' VL M Q 4 L Pi Beta Phi Founded at Monmouth College 18.6 7, Fifty- Nine Active Chaptefrs :V , , . I x, 70194573-237i-' ' A I ..:.xKM',f: V b ILLINOIS ZETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1895 MEMBERS IN FACULTY WILLIA GARVER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOSEPHINE EDDY MILDRED JOHNSON EDITH HIBBARD MARGARET SEATTON SYBIL JAMES MARY MoNAI-IAN HELEN GILBERT RUTH DEWITT HAZEL HACKMAN DOROTHY EYCLESHYMER ELIZABETH HOFF MARGARET SEARS LETA PALMGREEN ELIZA HAYNES MABLE WENDOVER HENRIETTA PALMGREEN Seniors EMILY JORDON KATHERINE HUFF RUTH DUNTLEY Juniors HARRIET WALTHER BLANCHE SHIRLEY DOROTHY PREBLE Sophomores MARIAN LESSING DOROTHY WEAVER DOROTHY FITZPATRICK MARY ANN CRAWFORD ADELAIDE RENDLEMAN LUCILE KILE JEANNE WHITE Freshmen MARJORIE WILKENSON SALLY CRABB LAURA TREADWELL ELIZABETH Boccs Four Hundfcd Thirty azz Pi Beta Phi 'si 9- A F 1' f .3 , K! X nl Q' 5 0 5 5' a' - f f QV I , y, gl' , 4, .Zi 0 C A A 1 4 , PF- 5- , . P 1 ' , ' J ' u- 1 " a 9' vv . - ' I ,f , ' V N fx ' f 'Q ' xx ff 1 1,1,,,w ' Top Row-crmnn, WILKINSON, TREADWELL, HAYNES, PALMGREEN, nouns Second Row-srfmns, RENDLEMAN, sl.A'r'rEN, wmnnovmn, WEAVER. HUFF, CRAWFORD, ms wrm' Third Row-Event-:sIIYMEn, FI1'zPA'mIcK, Ifnslsw, WHITE, KILE, GILBERT, HACKMAN Fourth. R010-SHIRLEY, DUNTLEY, Emmy, JonNsoN, I-IUI-'F, HIHBARD, .IonnAN, JAMES, Four Ilundred Thirty-seven V- ' 1 I 3 W 1 .. Q I iff I I -......l f RQ.-.r f - .1 fm. fQ4y"6fJ3 Arty:-., 9', ,iff I 'I - I .I LQ .,, ,f GD I'BH " 'HQ K' FR--l."1 ' - I 'T , ' - f " I"f' " U- 'xv I' I-"Tw s1'L3J5f3xi1.l'7Vv 1921 d"'x-ff9W'5' :Amr Nr- uf" 'Ty ' . Y "vi "nf ' Y" ' . ' ' 1' ,V V J 'In-,nf hr Y gm - ., ,I Q lI ra sf ' "1 A F, A : sr-' 4' i S!- -I Kappa Kappa Gamma EQ I I rf' Founded at Monmouth Qi' 'E College 1870, Forty- E," g Four Active Chapters QI 5 I., I 43 SI ' 5,5 'X . if ' 43 1':'.'.' . 3- LL-,A A 1 3 ,. U IL se LC ETD as BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER 5 . I - Established at Illinois 1899 ., -F' MEMBERS IN FACULTY If FRANCIS SIMPSON, B.L.S. NINA CRIGLER, B.S. 5. Kg JENNIE CRAIG, B.L.S. MARGARET BARTo, A.B., M.A. 55 ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD, A.B. 52 nj 2 A E I UNI ERSITY : MEMB RS N V , ' Seniors ., 55:2 MIRIANN BRADT Lois EVANS MALLDRY lf! Q5 LEAH ELDRIDGE DOROTHY SHADE 555 wb . ADA PFITZENMEYER I ' N ' ' af- i 'J Juniors C9 J ur? 99-3 ANNA COOLLEY HARRIET RUTHERFORD 2 ?-- LOUISE FAIRFIELD ETHEL JAMIESON . I ELIZABETH HoLT O S ROSINA KISTNER F 5 4, LIVIA CHAD TC I if is Sophomores' , ,L 5 JOSEPHINE ABBOTT LIDA HOUGH -3 5 VERA BASSETT PAULINE KNIPP Q4 Q55 MARY JANE CLEVELAND MERYLE PRATT '3 g CARROLL DYRENFORTH JUSTINE PRITCHARD 3 GLADYS FRAZER A W GERTRUDE SNELL' ' SIS: GNES ooDwARD 2 Q9 ' 65 Q45 Freshmen . ' QE G3 DOROTHY ABBOTT MARY FUNK L ' Q ELIZABETH BRADT ETHEL HOAG E1 RUTH CAPRoN PEARL HOLZ ' if ,Q DOROTHY DENNETT GERTRUDE NAGEL 'QI HELEN DENNETT MINNIE MAE SCHMIDT ! Q5 MILDRED FAIRFIELD P W MIRIAM OWSLEY . 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Ewnxncs, E. urmnr, ms'rNmn, scmxum- 1-fp .1 - - 54 5, 1 1 1 ', 1 131 11 'v 1 Wg 1 ,151 Four Izumi,-fd Tim-nymm Q31 EE fi 1 Tv- ,1.1l,:'.E-,1:g.p.,g':f,,4:,.f1.g.,,:g:',:y.,..,'fu?":,.A',fxz zz- x ,5v.:,.,'i u:.v...v,.vv:4.j,.4L ?,q:T,- -- 14,151 .31 , .1-'zx,1.-:V ,X .H ' .. "1" '"I"'fl'r11.'Y,.QV111, 7111, f-1-fgjQQ-11,1 "1 I 1 fIj,','-gf,.-5111-1113.- fl' 11 T .1 1' TI- it i,11.' ' - 11,' '11 ' l!.,1,3gf1, 1' lf ' 17 '11 ' 1 1 Alpha Chi Omega Founded at DePauw Uni- versity 1 8 8 5, Twenty- Seven Active Chapters IOTA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1899 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ELIZABETH BRYAN, A.M., B.L.S. STELLA GALPIN, A.B., B.L.S. SARA AUGUSTA SUTHERLAND, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRANCES MAIIONEY DOROTHY ANN DONOHOE LULU PRETTYMAN ELLEN M. FLEMING ELIZABETH BAYLEY JEANETTE PATTERSON GERTRUDE STEELE SHEADLE MARY REDMON ISABELLE LOSEE CATHERINE MALONEY HELEN WATTS HARLAN ESTHER HAUCK NORMA THORNTON HELEN OLSON MILORED GILLEN DOROTHY RIPLEY ESTHER COTTINGHAM - CLOTHILDE OLWIN ARLISLE NELSON DOROTHY WILES ASENATH DORSEY LOUISE COVINGTON Graduate BEULAH PRANTE Seniors ELIZABETH FERN HARPER CAROLINE MANSPEAKER NORTHA ANN PRICE FLORENCE FULLER FRANCES MIRIAM PARKER ANN GOEBEL JEANETTE BUSEY FLORENCE LINDAHL OPAL CANNON Juniors DOROTHY LUMLEY MADGE RUSH HELEN FREEMAN LELA DILLING CONSTANCE NEWELL MARGARET HEDGE RUTH BOYLE Sophomores LORENE FULLER DOROTHY HUNT Freshmen MARGARET HARVEY MARIE BOYLE MARGARET SCHEIB LARUE ROBERTSON MARTHA PYKE HELEN SANDERS Four Hundred Fofrty .XR ,V V l Zn. . . , ,,.- A' - ,, lQ...:,:ieJf-1-"J Top R010-SANDERS, COVINGTON, DORSEY, PYKE, ROBERTSON, SCHEIB, DOYLE, HARVEY, HUNT, WILES, NELSON SOC071d R010-OLSON, COTTINGHAM, L. FULLER, LUMLEY, RIPLEY, RUSH, FREEMAN, DILLING, NEWELL, IIEDGE, BOYLE, OLXVIN Th1:1'd R010-GILLEN, LOSEE, C. MALONEY, IIARLAN, CANNON, LINDAHL, REDMON, BUSEY, PRETTYMAN, HAUCK, THORNTON FOILTUL R010-PATTERSON, SHEADLE, HARPER, MANSPEAKER, DONOHOE, PRICE, F. FULLER, PARKER, FLEMING, F. MALONEY, GOEBEL Four Ilundrcd Forty-one V- f ' -1 ,N ,, gQi:-,f-24515 :':?ii'N,3T:1", 5 S-x,.,,,:.Zw1921e1b.:,a. 143- ?a is Q3 , iff RE 9' 3' C111 Qmega ' I ':, . Founded at Univer sity of Arkansas 1895, Thirty- 1 'X- , . ne ctwe ap ers - ' 0 A ' Ch l 20 5 X2 u . if F2 C5 , S 5-'I S s a s 50 ,Cf ei Rig OMICRON CHAPTER gif, 59 Eslabllzghea at Illinois moo Q sf: 93 ng MEMBERS IN FACULTY CLARISSA RINAKER, Ph.D. CORDELIA REED, A. M. E3 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY . : ,I kgs Graduate Q HAZEL SHAW 5-if gig Seniors if K 5 2 . an CHARLOTTE ACER MARY RUSSEL ,Q LILIAN BAETHKE REGINA GUNTHER. g A -Eg ORLETTA RIDEOUT ETHEL YAXLEY 535 uf '95 J uniors I Q' fi l 15 ELIZABETH HOFFMAN RUTH STIMPSON :+ ' JosEPHINE HARDESTY WINII-'RED MUNGER +5 2- 5 CLARA DUNSETH EDITH CLOISE ,gs b i IRENE SEATON gi . E C' '65 Sophomores 5 ' Q '5 LOUISE WHITAKER JosEPHINE BURNHAM L4 ' I 5 HELEN BEACH ELSIE KmKPATR1cK gl 1 5 E GERTRUDE PARKER ALLENE LYLE QQ WANDA NEISWANGER Q K? P "eg Freshmen ' 555 LAURA LANcAsTER GRETCHEN BURRELL . , 52- KATHARINE BAYNES HAZEL TOEHR g' VIv1AN KIRKPATRICK ISABEL NIMs Q 551, FAY RUMSEY LoUIsE DENNY : -i MARY LoU1sE FLICKINGER BINCETE DOUGLAS f. 'A HELEN MEYERS wi - 'f f ' F29 i ' YQ, f 1 I T, e Ae Tele lllso A A I A 7'1" A W.lIETi1?lZfU'ETlT?a53 1535532 FEM EXET E R X Top 1f0llY-VIYICNNY, Mlavl-zns, v. 1clluilux1'n1cK, n,xx'Nrcs, numsnv, w1111'Axmn, Fl.ICIilNGlCl'l, ACER, 1u.xIc'r1Ilcm Second 160111---SMITH, xmouums, mmm, nunm-:1.l.. 1-.xnmsn Third R010---SliA'l'0N, MUNGI-ZR, IIICACII, cmvsl-2, NVIIIT'l'lGMORIC, mmamvr, NIMS, N1-:IsW,xNc:l1:n, HURNIIAM Fourth .NOILP-IC.. KInKl'A'l'lzIcli, LYLIC, Howl-'M,xN, 1IAmms'rY, nussxam., GUNTIII-Ill, DUNSETII, LANCASTI' YAXLICY, STIMPSON Four Ilumlrcd Forty-tln'L'a Alpha Xi Delta Founded at Lombard College 1893, Twenty- Seven Active Chapters KAPPA CHAPTER Established at Illin ois 1902 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARION BROLIN ESTHER ELOISE KINSEY MILDRED KNAPHEIDE MARIE C. LLEWELLYN MAYME HOFFMAN JANICE GILLEN NINA KEITH FRANCES DITTMAN IRENE BOLLER CLYDE KERN JOSEPHINE HOFFMAN MARGARITE PERKINS ELSIE WANZER NEVILLE WESTERFELT Seniors ZENIAR K1zER DOROTHY MACKEY JOSEPHINE MILES THELMA PARROTT IDA IBEN Juniors EUNICE GAWTHROP MERLE TURNER EUGENIA Moss HAZEL ERICSSON Sophomores BETTY MCDONALD RUTH DIETRICH LoLA ALTON ETHEL BRONSON CLEO LEGGETT Freshmen FERNE WAGNER GERTRUDE DARROUG MARION WILSON Four H Hundred Fm ty four Q Q Q, ,,Q'!?'?833 W 'QQQPJQEQNQ Q if T011 R010--DIETRICII, BRONSON, LLEXVELLYN, ROLLER, WANZFJR, ALTON, GAWTIIR,0l", WEs'rLmvEL'r, NVILSON, ERICSSON Second Row-m:oL1N, IBEN, PEnKx'Ns, m.Am, KINSEY, KNAPHEIUE, MILES, PARROTT, DARROUGII, KEITII Third Raw-HOFFMAN, NVAGNER F01L'I'UL R010-GILLEN, KIZER, EGAN, LEGGETT, MAC DONALD, MACKEY, DITTMAN, TURNER, MOSS, HOFFMAN Fbur Ilunclrcd Forty-five '15-riff f -C 73- I N i b 1- if-..'QK1ffJJl0h, .-X X., MK Iqzlffqmh ,-47. I lv 653 551 i g i A I g . I ' P 1 S1gma Kappa l kj Founded at Colby ll .ij 53, College 1874, Twenty- t , I , Two Active Chapters Q - 45 EV '-I Eg if L97 2 I ag, -ITSG Ea- ' " ' 5: f fi EF 5- 'If lg? fp 5 , THETA CHAPTER f 13 Established at Illinois 1906 252 tj I gr , . MEMBERS IN FACULTY 22 JOSIE HoUcIIENs, A.M., B.L.S, FANNIE BROOKS, R.N., A.B. E ' E F33 1 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ., Q if 5 ' Seniors ' l g! MYNETTA ENGELLAND AUDREY DYKEMAN 2' ' E HELEN NORTH MARGARET PAHL : 3,3 VICTORIA FREDERICK DOROTHY HALLETT -5 'gg '35 ,-1:1 Juniors ' ,5 I - 7 . I..-, 61-Q5 LOIS WILSONA A , MARIAN TUCKER .EZ 5-5 BETTY FRAzIER TREss GUNNING 5, 1 45 PAULINE NIcIIQLs HELEN RICE 5,33 , g JESSIE KIESLING ADELE MCCLELLAND : ' I Lols WINE HELEN THoMPsoN E 1 '35 A I . IoNA SMITH 5, ' I. 4' nl It . Ei- . 7 0 'I ' Sophorrlores ' 4' ' . . I5-e I , IRENE SCHUMANN HAZEL RIESE gf., Q 3 ANNE WILLIAMS MARION MCLEOD 5:- ' Freshmen P' META McKEEN MARY RUE 12,51 3 VERA HOLZMAN MADELAINE WICKERSHAM ,kj , 5 FLORENCE MILLER ELLA FoRsLEw 152: ': ELOISE DUDLEY JANAICEVLUMPP L- 4 A -4: R: - 5 W Four H undrcd Forty-six if at ,..i,..,:.:F.i::a,.:..,:..:,: .-.-. ,-.-,...:, .... X .... vr . : I. Q .... 3 - ---- 5- e l , ge--9 ..... ... .... ,-.- ..., . T, ...,, ,ia rr ,,,,,., ,f5,,,m,u-guuhn--na--5L v. we 1 fi? SEQ - - 'ITDQY I-'I I-av AY. 1 I b'r'L1'N- ' 1, ' . . I .L .-.Ih. . A. .dx . , . .. .lL ln. . J. . - 'W Iilsmd . . 1 . . 1 1 ' ' 1 f. w 1- TOJJ Lfllll'-RIIGSE, MC CI.IiI.I.AND, XVILLIAMS, MCLICOIY, MCKICICN, SCIIUMAN, MIl,l.l'Ill, NYICKICRSIIAIII W' SCL'0?ld R010-RUl", THOMPSON, LUMPP, DUIILIEY, FORSLICXV, GUNNING, KIESLING, FRAZIER, NICIIOLS, VVILSON , , , f Th1,I'l'l R010-IIOIAZMAN, RICE, DYKEMAN, ENGELLAND, 1IAl.I.ETT, PAIIL, NORTH, IWIRICITICRICK, XVINIC, SINIITII , g. f , f Four Ilundrcd 1"ort11-seven 1 Delta Gamma Founded at Oxford College 1872, Thirty Active Chapters X C ' sign - ' T- x Q. - . IOTA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1906 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ALTA G. SAUNDERS, A.M. LEILA WHITE TILTON, A.B., M.A. CLARA RICKETTS, A.B. GRACE MURRAY, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate JEAN CHARLOTTE SHEPARD Seniors MARIE GEISS LUCILLE BEEDY GALIE MCDOUGALL MARJORIE HAMILTON MARY DIXON VERLE STEINER HELEN PRINGLE Juniors EDITH RICHARDSON HELEN DENBY WILDA FOSTER VIRGINIA SALE HALLIE IRELAND CATHERINE BUNTIN LORAINE SAMMONS GRACE BALDWIN JENNESS WIRT THELMA TULL ALICE SPRAGUE MARY SAFFORD RUTH GRAVES HELEN MARBOLD CHARLOTTE MARDOLD ESTINE LEWIS LOUISE LEWIS Sophomores Freshmen FRANCES WEEDM ESTHER BARNES LUCILE CLARK FLORENCE GALLENTINE RUTH DUNSETH CLARA HOUNSLEY STELLA KOHN ONEITA VANDERVORT ESTHER GRAVES RUTH BREWER MILDRED HARPER PHYLLIS HARPER GEORGIALEE SIMMONS MINNIE MULBERRY ELIZABETH PIGALL JOSEPHINE PIGALL DOROTHY GLENN MARJORIE BUCHANAN AN Four Hundred Forty-eight Top Row-srrsmrcn, mc noucnm.. GALLANTINIQ, IRELAND, m1cuANAN, wnasnmmz, n. crmvms Second Row-rcs-mn, IJUNSETH, DIXON, KOIIN, E. GRAVIES, 11. Mlxmxonn Third Row-HOUNSLEY, sAr.E, M. 1lA1:P1an, Mmmenny, SAFFORII, J. PIGALL, c. MARBOLII, 1rAMIr,'roN, E. PIGALL Fourth Row-cmss, PRINGLE, nanny, mc11AnnsoN, xc. msxvxs, DICNHY, smMoNs, sr-rmuuxa, GLENN Fifth. Raw-BARNES, sAMMoNs, BALDWIN, wmr, TULL, L. Llcwls, BUNTIN Four Ilumired Forty-nine .1 I . '-.1 , Y 15,-4 Y, - . I,..---. ..,. -WLM Zi fi A .. 515,312 AL" Y 515 Mir: il 0353! ffgixr 1 E2 A1 11 0 ' P' fm H. IHICYOI1 1 ' 6, 'gif Founded at Barnard fig f College 1897, Twenty- g if' Four Actrve Chapters .WJ X423 f' f I if V .1711 Q - gap my R595 Eg ISQUSI A E .Y I ,IA EE 'H IOTA CHAPTER 5 W . . . G5 Establzshed at Illanozs 1911 gg. .,-N 151' my MEMBERS IN FACULTY 53 VELDA BAMESRERGER, A.M. fx' V F.-T, I 'P' Q Cai MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C 'CRI 633 H--AI ,iff Graduate 1, v 'IDX MRS. LEo TEKON Lv-, 'JD :Rig I I A gi I Semors Cf 4 ' 1 LEILA SHEPPARD HELEN M. MOORE 3 RUTH BERNREUTER GRACE GANTz i 651 gf, 1 LUCIE BURWASH SHIRLEY MANN - 4 AGNES FULLER GZ, T S R J uniors if L 'QI' V CSI gi INA HOLTERMANN ELIZA GARMAN gh ' I RUTH TERWILLIGER .NELLE JANES 95 Q31 ELLEN KITTENGER fr A ff' ' v N fvb ' I sg A ' ,Ee lg? S ophomores 251 r' I 9. , - Qfifqf ELSEY GAYER MARGARET BARcocK Qfgg FRIEDA HARSHBARGER ANNETTA Woon QQ ,gfir RUTH COUGHLAN KATHERIN HUGHES Di Ii FRANCES COTTRELL BARBARA PORTER g QQEQII KATHERINE WEssoN MILDRED HOLMES , gig? Q94 I 1 ll " Freshmen 5 I 6 'WI I ?' MINETTE KocH ESTHER B'R.AUNS Q5 QQ Q HESTER SROUT THELMA FRIDLIN C51 '5 DOROTHY HULL FRANCES GRovE ,5 I yzggl ELIZABETH BROWN EVELYN WISMATH rg? Iggy LILLIAN LUCAS 32,2 H5391 59 KEN 535 Four Hundred Fifty R, 6742 V -- - ' -- . . ,. --J ,. W ' 'W 'f -wr' "' I' ""' ' 4, rf ' ' fir'-' v"H M'-we 'W' 'Wai nf' ' ' ' "' U "'.Ww:-Wi-' V? .M vii-ir, , J +921 1 Q , g,n1g.A,1- '- -- U, 5 -- - H,x.,lff ' :pi-.Q Y. 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TW, :g33,i ' , w, g fgjilg' ' 1 - -'f 1 4'-DQI' I-17-1, x,:,fI V'g,t'. 7 S" I- 531 gif: I.',kf1 I, ff " -w 3 we 1' 9 ' " I-. '. 1 ., , "' Q71 11:-w ,A x ' .f Pm . ' I 'fbi' 4 K g it '.,l 'My , . :, M14 ,- ' ' V : I: wg l,:.w 1,-5-: , iw-,gf Top Row--1mowN, HAns1mAncmn, K1'r'rsNcmn, snow, clwmn, LUCAS, GAN1-z, uumms, cnovls, num., NVISMATII ,Fifi Second R010-NVESSON, MANN, Fmnux, roman, uourmnMANN, Kocu, sum-vmzn, mmwzxsu., Moons, I- -gy BFIIINREUTER .QM iqfjif Third Row-counx-n.AN, TERWVILLIGEII, uAucoc1c,V JANES, woon, cQ'm'nm.L, Funuzn, cAnMAN, nomvms, 1mAuNs maj-N! I,-TT -Tw l 'TM 1 ,LQ-1 ir ' pw ff, Vg-ff ,N 1-:E i 0,31 M 4 r . " ' ly-,-E3 Four Hundred Fzfty-one 5 I., gn, .1 li 'S' f-'ff-311-1j!1:1f' 3:1 7:.'.1Vx'.'5.::.-'.,,:g ., . Y .1fyg:L,,.:i.,3lg: gf.: 1v51z5,11,-gi,,i,1J5:13511:35.-i,:,f114, l ,J , I A J, ,, ,I Mg V? ig 'VA' z'LI'ijif7,'l'T":' f' - ,r1i'1I,f1,,4,"'yf QI " iH?"V1!f-5,1 3,713 iff-iw, va- wi w"J'-f:- 72 "1 " --I-,,,-,ILw ,,-,WL-.L.- I isI, g ,f,3l4.-M1021-Fjg,f :rf I "VN A II I .If,-.iii'A.ifEfs.2s+ez:M115.AI11:2f11R1.A2:.fI.afs?fE KATE-I4119Yir':?v'?i','fi'?'::"1t'rf:E:v-Igrf I P?-'z'ffvfEf'rH.XI3jvjI-1Ir'.V:'61'x-.:,1,, ',f A 1.1 ,Swv '1' fini:-2 'Tv-':f:j::f7jjg:fg:j'j?1t'r1'r?4YY'r' .... 1 ' piff 5355. QQ? M52 A1 h D 1 P' I-'fi p a e ta 1 I9 :MA Founded at Wesleyan College 1851, Twenty- luxe, Seven Active Chapters 13.533 !::S2', , A U29 ,,Q0X'3,w,-I Q . 154351 'PGS LW-I.:-"' ' ' IRE? no-ok' - ' L -A 'D . hifi' as: F1301 568 'WEE I., SIGMA CHAPTER E-591 . . . "UF Established at Illinois 1912 "A MEMBERS IN FACULTY 'aj OLGA LEAMAN LYDA BOND 335 MARGARET PERRY fy Q3 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I ' Q. Graduates MAEEL BOWMAN MARGARET PERRY V I RJ? 7 '4.'Jf Seniors - . VIRGINIA BOELLNER HELEN NEWTON MARY ELISABETH BELL LOIS BENSON M -Q2 LEAH TODD I - 935 lx '74 Juniors I FHL BERYL DAvIs LEONORE SCOTT WILHELMINA FROEIIDE 'EDLA NILsoN 302 RUTH HAMMOND HAzEI. GORDON l ROBERTA DoIsY RUTH WALLACE MF, ,Rev Wisk Sophomores 1, TERESITA DILLON FAY CARIUS 5 jf PAULINE POTTER . , BEATRICE ANTHONY ggi EDITH HAUMERSON ANN NILsoN 35,1533 GRACE GAUNT ' iffql-jj :HEX-. 4291 Freshmen MQ EVELYN WATSON BERNADINE TRUE Elgin NELLIE TOWNSEND NEITA JOINER jplpgf ALLENE ANDRESON MARGARET BELL OLGA NILsON MAURINE PLEW ,fgjyj MARGARET BOND PAULINE LENz FRANCES HOFFMAN ggi: ggslazzr :fm Four Hundred Fam-:wa L., ,fm ,bln-gJ:dh,: 1-and L,L,W1m,m3,L5,Afm',,,,u.51:'zI "fI4"g13 I'-131' 1, -144, fa 11' Euiifiw ,gfffg Na, B442nf.i5y,,f::5fg:uflilQl Millar:ffwf.w1f,:'1 ffff'Qff'.'7T'-5 Lge?ff1zzf42,Yfsfifii Piirafvfif Hsfifff 'lXf:2i4iI9fi'fE :Qi 5?-H5217 'N-kf7f1A'l. leidxff 15gcH:v1f'3:5..Q Top Row-wm'soN, DILLON, ANDERSON, ruzw, MAncAnm Imm., noisy Sccofnd R01UfDOND, GAUNT, 0. NILSON, TRUE, E. NILSON, nor-'FMAN, TONVNSEND, Jomxm Third Row-cAmus, IIAUMERSON, ANTHONY, sccrrr, mxvxs, A. NxLsoN, x-crrrmn FOILTUL R010-GORDON, BENSON, TODD, NEWTON, BOELLNER, MARY BELL, FROEIIDE, HAMMOND Four H und:-cd Fifty-three .- X-fy fy' I .17 X Z A ,JY .., . A 'ff-..f"ff 1 f ff, , , Hips-. J- -I I X A I 'H 3 ,954-H . A,-N-XX . 'YR . S I , - , ,, , . , - T ,. 12 13:-,-:'4E"fi'i'f,'y 4921 'vi'-if 1f'.'f. -M -- A I ,L ,HW ,.-, ,W , fQYf2S:1v:21I:gIf:'iw If ,'1f:I'zi1:Ww1iwc--+ fi V11 Aw wv1'f.1:1f 5 V iff: ob 'fflii :iv T- -',.1..I9fIf'..,.,,,,,..f!s,1f'f' f- BME.1,.v.L1.Ag:,fE:.:::,:::::42!,wi'q2I,2'.fQvi,'fE:'-.Aw 11-LION .f1m..:.r::. ?.,f,f4w44:tQ::Y:4:,eyEf:.IL.siL:u.L:Lg,,25Y:,3IiiUQ 1-Q KG, --,1- . A.-A - I -A , , .. MQ E, 157.4 'QW ' 554 Gamma P111 Beta A a,.a 1 1551 Founded at Syracuse 1112121 University 1874, Twenty- Hglii' Four Active Chapters 116,712 1:.-:kd CAS: A assi? .JI 21'-1 ff. Haiti! '63 --Ig-5, S 15155 1159 ' fd-SQ-TV 14341: l'I3.:1 vj 4 'F' if 1LJ:'4" 155:14 I -f ' IL I, 143.7 -sen: Pla. -IEEE' 1 651 QQ OMICRON CHAPTER 1 fj,Txf1 , I ' ff, F.-shi: Establzshed at Illznozs 1913 ggi 1595 BIRD 52121, MEMBERS IN FACULTY 16 QD 1 LITA BANE MARY HENRY 5 QQ 55 MILDRED DIMMICK 1 if 1 ' 15-,IQ MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ' iii ffm' Graduates 15.5.1 MILDRED DIMMICK ANITA HOSTETTER 1 LSL MARIE HOSTETTER 1 fa-5 ,I I 5 Seniors ,gg ANNA BANCRCFT EMMA ESTHER KIRCHHCFER 1 3511 HAZEL BARACKMAN MARIAN MCANALLY 1 riff fi BETTY BLAKESLEE GLADYS MCCASLIN 1 Q5- MARGARET BRAYTCN HELEN MCELHINEY 1 1 CHARLOTTE WELCH 1 ...Q S I - ' ,Y Tap. 1 Jumors gg .5421 BEULAH CLUTE GLADYS PENNINGTON 1 rl 1:5 1 HELEN JoHNsoN MARY BARRETT , ,Y 1 ESTHER MCVAY ' CHRISTINE STUBBS 1, 1553 GERTRUDE SPONSLER SCPHIE THEILEN 1 52 553 ' 5fR2?3?lN?1Eii2iRS0N IIEIEESEDWYTQEEZ? 1 lyfjp BLISS SEYMOUR MINNIE REMEEY 1 524 'SU 1 S 1 fb ' op 107210763 ' f-Q1 'fi KATHRYN CLARK CHRISTINE HYLAND 142 LEONORE EVERSOLE HELEN MEYER 1559.1 LETTIE GAY 'MARY PARSONS fjjgj HQRII1 MARY HENLEY . ROXIE STEWART . M51 pil? Q AMY TILLOTSON 1 gg Msg 'I Pray 18111 Freshmen 1 :ij 21, HELEN WELCH DoRIs PACKARD 1 R .iw I. S533 eg" GERTRUDE CAMPBELL MARY JORDAN 1 'A R231 FRANCES PEAK DOROTHY BERGFELDT AGE A-f 1 I N-4. IQ" 1 QT in I ,ff FED C53 'ICJ . 1 QQ 1 Four Hundred Fzfty-four 1 IC-4' ---W --..-,,,,,, , , ,.,,, L. -A , A-.- .-.JA .....---..---...-,-, . .,.A..,, , ., A -, A L , , ,A W W -W X.-3' 'f"":"f"C ' -' 5 , 1 2- . I vu 'fr ' 7 "1 A , Q , ff ewx '. 'T-73'-ZF f'f'T111f?T' wi E X NI VAY S'l'l'WAll'l' PARSONS, MEYER, JOHNSON, T011 R010-'I'EAK, SEYMOUR, REMLHY, V. IIENLFIY, CLUTE, GA ', A C , u , II. XVELCII SCCO'Ild R010-M. WELCH, HYLAND, SPONSLER, CLARK, EVICRSOLIE, THEILICN, PACKARD, NVINGIGRT, IIARRICTT, PENNINGTON, IBRAYTON, PETERSON, M. IIICNLICY, CAMPIIELI. Tll.iTd R010-JORDAN, STUIKIIS, TILLOTSON, ISANCROFT, MC CASLIN, ULAKICSLEE, C. NVELCII, IIARACKMANQ A1cm.mNlcY, Mc ANALLY, KIRCIIIIOFICR, IIIMMICK Four Hundrrcl Fifty-five . X 1 ,T 1 1 ,ff FEL' ' ,-,X .J .h.,,,, ,,x.,.-e , " ' -.7Lf'A'l'52lv'w.- 'uf--'T 1 , - ,, E, A-, V- .. E w... W. a-.,,,.,.,,L 1 f if-L01 EET' E fl fiflf S1'7Qw-'Ci-1' -QF-A iii"-'1 - 1f:".i2l'4.'IiA T' .flxf.i"yI'JPNd'fj '."If'1Aj Fvljflgy-BTN. U iff,-7-fz"1'?? j?71Pt5'Tx Ytzigwv 1 f51"fE" ' " 1, X. V " P X X! Af I -I 551 -'if '71-1 'inf '-4 3435: Y , 1112, I I L34 111,11 Inga can QQ FEP? 1339 15412 ay 3, nj V ,ca X931 flaw fw. 1- Q 1.52 Alpha Gamma Delta mfgby -W i lgfggl Founded at Syracuse pg UI P4 ' . . w. .v. 'QQ' Unwefrszty 1 904, Twenty Active Chapters f 5-P A Fw Q Q-1354 E629 ff-T,-W VPU -A .A-4 iam V, iffeii Igigiii Sgefqm M993 NW 531:11 in r Ei' Q11 Lgjg S3552 V121 1 as L-'SQ fl .4 : ,IQ 593 KS? I 2341! Q21 KSU: FH 5 5 T U 4 , his L91 5 Ka? 2 af? A -za B.. . Q. ,ERI ZQX IA, SIGMA CHAPTER Estalished at Illinois 1918 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors . WINIFRED MONTGOMERY RUTH EATON MAUDE BUTLER BETTY MARSH MARY JANE WEIR LEONORE LOPEZ Juniors ELSIE GAISER HELEN DART ROSALIE MOSER M. CAROL GUMM LENORE CONDE Sophomores RUTH AHLENIUS RUTH CALDWELL RUTH DUVALL ESTELLE EDWARDS Lols DENNIS Freshmen RUTH HARRY DOROTHEA MCCULLOUGH ESTHER WEIR ELIZABETH BANTA NonMA Rrccs GEORGIE FAITH DOROTHY FAITH ADELE ZIEGENHAGEN HELEN SHmLEY RUTH BRADY Four Hundred Fafty sw ia Q 395 1. fp Lf 2 Sa ffl 258 a 112 . A. 9? g Cin' Q Z5 T 4 ET A I I 3 U! , ., 'Cdl y , . X cw M - 5' I CE 1, 3 GU 1 ' C H Ui? ei K ' ' L UCB 1 iii i A ' I Q- -' 1 ' t r 1 15" 45 2 . gg L k J N E - ifab 1 yi E53 ff lfl E Q il G5 G32 . . is ' il .. T ' ..... .-.. '--' ' WE ' if---A--'H' '-"' 'A 'f' -Y Y '--i-:--- -- -f---M:----A----A'-'HW-: Qrr... , E -A fe wWm2T.SE:fL sa Us iam. 4 , . , f' a x 1 A' QQ? 2 x 9 ghd 19. 1 f f" K ' Q " tag: I .1 K f F' 1 -I an 1 Top Ilfaw-Mosmn, SHIRLEY, EATON, cmsrzn, MARSH, n. FAITH, ZIEGENHAGEN, DU VALL S-wand Row-coNnn, Mc CULLOUGH, DART, DENNIS, GUMM, BUTLER, MoN'rGoMEnx', Lon-I-zz, HARRY, mmuy Third Rmu--G. FAITH, wram, mccs, BANTA, Moona, cALnwELL, n:uwAnns Four H undrcd Fifty-seven .101-1:7 ,'g:'...,.x: .. . ,","',. .1:. : 1 ,g:.1,1,-,f .14-aznlg, 1 ly I f , ,U,.1.,,l.lXl,1w K ,'N4l, xl , nu, A ,mm 1-is-'ET-Z Wx 3 f-,MgQfffrf?i Elf:-S if w,. X A7521-,4:!7f,Ql921c3SgmQ ,245 1 95 I 1 .q I oi IPL' 'L Q, a". 5 3.541-11 '25 WEQFFEQT EFLX - .1 3 111191 ' Eu . I I Qi : - . is :TJ -ai 5 . Achoth E, 5 K ,C-2 Founded at University I of Nebraska 12910, 1, ' 5 Nine Active Chapters - . I '15 Er . ' 4' E' 'fi ---- :E is S '. SJ .' I I 1 . a . 5? 'AW -' F E' ,Q S, f GJ, ' Z 2 rr . W, 1' r E I F - -I lf? -F: F Q GIMEL CHAPTER ff: is X g., Established at zzzmm 1911 5 197 ' I 3 Q? il QE MEMBERS IN FACULTY 5,33 EMMA JUTTON, B.L.S. FANNIE Bnooxs, B.A. ' SY- .. If ii' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q vc., I ,, Qr A ' L 45 ' .- S g - Seniors 2 ELQZABETH ANDREWS DOROTHY FULTZ fg- igg EDA BORGELT ELEANOR WISE : 'A g DOROTHY FRAZIER 1 41 ' 1 55 E25 ' gi- :, I :l , E Juniors 52.1,-, 5 +5 ESTHER DAY ' IoNE WALKUP igefj 1,5 JULIA JOHNSON HELEN WHEELER :i-J' ici? MARJORIE SHEPARD NoRA SUTTON V E2 i Sophomores 3 ag EDQNA BRQTI-IERTON MARION 1?Eqg . Q, X , EDNA' BROVIQNI HELEN -. PQCKNEIQL 1, A525 M1LpR'E,Q , EIGHT . 'ELIZABET?, SHAKP 5,-I QQ LUCILLE 'PARR MARIE S RE1Q'Q6N Us E Freshmen fi. MILDRED BALL . EULITA HOGLE if, DOROTHY HowE gg' , Qi 1:, ,1 FED 2 ' 5 4: Z , g g Four Hundred Fifty-eight ,Y E ' .'-ey'-xv -qs ---- . -'-14 "" -"'P" 2 :,' """' Q ' ,, - .---ge ---------- -.f -.-.-- q.--v ------------- , ---- - ...- . ..... " .. .. 6 riff E 49 "-fp Sw E.. .. , , If I , ,I 1, 3115 lwt. TSM 21227 ..:1.:., Lffxfi wiifif, iii, H-As, Vx, . l,gffif1 ,, Al hifi' ,if'iffyf2l was 'fyxil' "' si ,,,,.. 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I. :mil up 123, , ,:'5.,L1w Ii-5.-5 v.-' V - V .eb N'-' J 1 ' T- L1- N14 1,-.rr I, ,gq V -,ui-Q, N' 'A '.L.,x l,-Eff. ..:,l,.:l . .VX .i ,, V V I , -Fird, U3 ,,- L .V ,fV,3,51, Y iii! , V -3- ,M 1---- -,,,,,- ., -X ,V-I I 0,21 3' ii' , Top Row---JOHNSON, mv, summnn, nAu,, LIGHT, SORENSON, 1mo'rHEnToN Second If01l!--ANDRENVS, noncsur, WISE, wnmznsn, xfuurz, FIIAZIER, sU'r'roN Third Row-SHARP, rmowN Fmu-th, Rozv-Imnn, PECK, Hows, PIcliNm.L, 1-IOGLE, WALKUP Four H undrcd Fifty-nine UV 'fi -'U K, 7"Vtf-TTT-5ffi1ff.fQg7L..4L.:.5:.u,3'21..L:11......'1g7.'-' .-'.'11L:. ,uf ,x1f.,:1.' ,,,gL,,4x,.1,n.,,V,..., g.,:1.,. .,.u:1:.g.3, ,u ' , f - V,-.J fx -, - ' ' H " '. -f M , .f ,MA f',.-- f 1, gl .',c..L...,-il, ,-Jl,,f 'ly VMI, ,P A I I , ax w,1 KL, xr, ,HJ Y H , Y, ,,1 I , I X, F 4 , ' I T4 ag, N ll 'U J' .. ,. H. iff ,. ,4 ,,, .I ,V .V . , is H . N Ui , ?i 2 ,, wc ... ,IV Q ,, F, It fir .JV E25 ,J ,.. 'fv Hi, ,Lv :Af Q 55 ,Fx Eff , , v nf, 535 14, :',, 1 , :fl I,- y 4 3 3, -1, ax' , vi R51 Hi if if' X C 725- rl, HQ ,f W ,Q 'gn 44' -11: gf, ,11 lv'- VL. If rv '21 Ff 'Y V7 un, ,4 H 1 , iii :yi- 15' rf in W f, -,151--g, 'Vff' ' .J fx 1:1- P X IL , '1 .E G L, 'J 1 , v .IH w D , Y ,NI 'Jw ,.-in .,, j 1021 GQ' jj A f L. H 'A .,l ,Af r .,. f W' J' ' H ' 1'-ill!!-'Off 1-- J ,U E V? ,f . .- lim Eli? IV? 43.93177 o E L21 I,-ggn C111 Theta gf:-A-I i,jJ'.fH ff'f':,y Ifasv I" f Q fl Founded at University of Illinois 1917 lx-if EXW fx 4, TFSEQI .H . W I - ggkjib 5112 wif H f' I .i ' 496: l:',,4.'3t5v I " ' .- 'fn , " ml fisgl " ' Elff? Ij..'IIpI ' J , . , .Eff - iff-:Vi L Lf? VL- 'zf?4Fi '51 Nfl: 52 Fzffdfif MEMBERS IN FACULTY 533 ESTHER CLEMENTS, B.S. JANE LEICHSENRING, B.S. flsfviii 'I'-Vg' G31 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY :+I 1'I'.ZIfl: Graduates , 5552 ,MI AGNES SLOAN, A.B. MADELINE SLOAN, B.S. 7255 :S-", I U-mf -if 1.-NS T- K 'fl " 5 Seniors E '11'Q5 GT gy HELEN DOOLEY JANET HAWKES 6251 QUE HELEN GOSSARD ANN HUTCHINS A3 GLADYS FRASER JEAN PINNELL fix ,1 ,I Ia? "C-5213? '. wx Jumors U .. "Z ' 4 Ig? HELEN BUUKLER ESTHEE DoTY ' " X53-5 JUANITA KELLY LAURA WALKER cj Sm? RUTH HoovER SARAH WALKER E Q ggi MABEL SNYDER FLAVIA MCCALLISTER Q4 QQ RUTH WILLsoN 6: QM 11453 vi . ti gy' S ophomores 3 is-Fr! E A 1Q:j'i',i RUTH BURTON PARTHENIA MOLTIER E-,I+ ENID BoUER ELIZABETH STONE liggfi: HELEN HALL CLARADEHL WALLACE 122 QUEEN NELL WILLSON A af Cgj Freshmen "FIM 3 W FLORENCE HALLORAN E A GLADYS HU1-'F 53,5 LoIsE LLEN 5 I 255 ' CE 'ZF 'V' Lfi?-'3 l Four Hundred Sixty ?3'x frfi? M'E"' ' Qi 57 1 ff fHfi"""f1'WBai?":fvEf:TT'Ti"1mw-'T"T'l1"'i"''YET u X R, A lx , V K , as KA 5' 5. AJ 1 1 ,. 4' ,, h Q. W f ,X . 1 : ' 14" ' 1 A Top Row-suynrm, nom-Y, ALLEN, Hoovmz, s. wAx,1mn, LEICIISENRING, nu'rc1uNs, L. wvzmusn, su-om: Second 1:ow-n. WILLSON, A. sumu, HALL, BURTON, Frmsrm, nucxum, nourm, cossum, Mom-rxm Third Rmv--N. w1u.soN, DOOLEY, Mc OALLISTER, mxwxns, WALLACE, 1cm.LY, PINNELL, 1-1Al.uonAN, M. sl.o.xN Four Hundred Sixty-one S 4, ., I ,921 'xX1""'I'f:bi:. -f R Y' , r 1 P' 1' v ' ' ' A T A b ' Tm-V v :EFI f-' : ' ' ' Y V ' ' 4 . 1 " ' ' 'W ? A . ' E . A ILLIEEETQ V 5. A-'A L.. .:E ..i A:t1!i.L- .zl lenfi 1, C' i - - 4 . J-6, , 6 . ?' L I A 'R 5 2.5 Q , 4: 1:-F7 O Ig: as Kappa P1 j f . Q R HQ: Founded at University if" 2,5 of Illinois 1919 V - -4: 2 'E E' , A 2 ,gs if , .7 269 cf! .fn ua EQ a" fi- E22 E- Q iii if 'fl ' L 22 af' , A, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY gf' f f Vg Senzors 3 45 DELIA SHAW A 52 2 f -5' ' iii, A Juniors Q-fi, CLARA RUSH VERA JONES PAULINE FRIER ETHEL SCHIERBAUM : -,ai MARIE DoBYNs EDNA SCHIERBAUM 153 13, LOUISE BAKER 1151, H.: 531. -C-fi Egg? A Sophomores ' 32 . . 23 '55 MARY SPARKS . f A ANNA PA'r'roN 52,- . Q A HARRIET RUSH . 'RICA GRYLICH ggi L PEARL FRIER ADA WHARMBY ' - n - -5. A 45 " E21 Freshmen ' I I A GENEVEIVE ADAIR FRANCES HOLSTEIN . . , ANNA BEss COLLIER GLADYS GRAY gi , , ,5 - GLADYS PRESSON - +35 5? ff? 52? - 3 ' Four ,Hundred Sixty-two gp- . -ggi V -f, ,-,g:,.- ., . ,,. .,.., ,.,, , ..,.,.... . .. .ir:.:: ......- --a------------ Q T-L ..-.... I ---.... .- -Z.-25111-32..a'.3--XLT.-S--1-..z::.:,..g.:agz:a.g.g .gn-ggi' "F .-3"fbN55L4" "' U' ..1M ' " 'P ull! 6' Q -Qi X a , , . A ' I K5 . I fd, V JE' X N + , 3 .1 'AJ .J J , .1 ,rr r . ' . " I Q. 7- 6 'Q 'O ' . V J 4 I 3 X I ' 1 TQ 5 'F , F y . , I I X I -g I1 Top Row-I-AULINH 'rmmz, crmv, GRYLICH, lmlucu, wnAnMxsY Second R010-SIIAW, c. nusu, DOBYNS, PRESSON, I-A1'ToN Third Row-sculrzmmuxu, PEARL Fawn, Mmln. comma, SPARKS Fourth. Row-11. nusn, Jomss, HOLSTEIN, sclxmrumunr Four Humlrcd Sixty-three ...,.k ,..Y, v., ' 1 r ' 1- F ' 0 Theta Phi Alpha Founded at University of Micfhigan 1 912, Fifve Active Chapters BETA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1919 MEMBERS IN FACULTY HELEN A. MCGINNIS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates MARIE CAVANAUGH HELEN MCGINNIS Seniors BERNADINE MURRAY MARGUERITE PIERCE HELEN C. LYNCH KATHARINE 'CORCORAN MARIE BRADBURY Juniors FRANCES BEST LUCILLE HAGEN Sophomores MARGUERITE BARRETT MARIE DAHM Freshmen FRANCES DAHM CLARA HAGAN ELIZABETH SCHAEFER LOUISE MURRAY MARIE DOYLE ROSENE HAWTHORNE Four Hundred Sixty-,four 1 Top Row-novus, L. xxzunruw, cAvANAUcu, M. DAHM Second Row-c. HAGEN, scxmmrnn, IIAXVTIIORNE, CORCORAN, L. HAGEN Third Row-F. mmm, nrmmxunv, LYNCH., xx. Mummy, BEST, BARRETT Four Ilzmtlrvll Sixty-five Delta Alpha Qmega Founded at lfnivcrsity of Illinois 1918 Top Now-n. sosxlx, I-:mf:l.soN, NVEINROT Sm-oml R0ll'7G. SOSNA, II0lllll.UT, su-:1'vAN, wA1.LAcll Third Hou'--YOUNG, ICIIRLICII, ROSl'INl!l.UM, ol.1'Us1cx', Oxmxslu' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate LILIAN H. LYONS Seniors SOMILIA L. ROSENBLUM DORA OMANSKY Juniors GOLDIE WEINROT Sophomores JULIE EHRLICH LILLIA WALLACH EDITH YOUNG ROSE OLTUSKY Freshmen PEARL EDELSON DOROTHY SLEPYAN GOLDIE SOSNA BLANCHE SOSNA SYLVIA HORBLUT Four Ilnndrvd Sixty-sir Sachem JUNIOR HONORARY SOCIETY Founded at Zfniversity of Illinois 1914 Top Row- CLARK, RONALDS, XYILSON, MILNICR, Wl!IGll'1', In ll IILI Svmmd Now-IIROWN, Roux.:-:n, IIODGSON, MERRIAM, PRIIHI IOLI WOOD SIIIIII Thiwl Now- lll'II'l.l-IR, JOHNSON, IIANII-:I.s, IIAISI-:1:, xrAI.l'lI III lblll Il IOOII S Foul' Ilzcwldrrrl Si.1'Iy-s1'w'n HONORARY MEMBER LEW R. SARETT MEMBERS E. DAVID BROWN KENNETH WOODYARD CLARK STEWART D. DANIELS JOHN CLARENCE DEPLER HAROLD ALLEN DIEHL RALPH EMERSON FLETCHER ROBERT HARRY FLETCHER HORACE MULFORD HODGSON HENRY GORDON HULLI-'ISH ELMER THOMAS JOHNSON PAUL WILLIAM KAISER CLARENCE EDWARD KOHLER WILLIAM F. LOCKWOOD THEODORE HOWARD MERRIAM GEORGE ELLSWORTH MIIINER FOSTER MALIC POOLE ROBERT CURTIS PREBLE FRANCIS SPRING RONALDS STEDMAN CRAWFORD SMITH JOHN HAWLEY WILSON CLARENCE SALMON WRIGI-IT I --4' ' I I ..-I4 "x: wi" .-.L , .f,... .JJ C -15 V f ...I In 2.3 .1 ' :W -L 1. ,,,g..41"7'4If-,- . I. .... --W 4-- I -..----AT-az,-f..,, -A .4 531. -df? ,ig . Irv 'z.' 'O 1' Aw '-il f. 221 " :fg-.-:iw UAL IO., ' I I .. .. ...... V .,.... .V.4 L .. .. .. . . r W V , , ,m.Q!!:Il,LxptLl ,. V 4 , , ,, , gli, P44 ,v-at If? f' Qffgqg L22 . Zigi! qfjfij Tau Beta P1 gm Q93 A Qifif fhbf 3:3 V432 iff? ll-gig HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 5215! 'M KEY! ', Vw . I S' f 1 Gigi! Founded at Lehigh University 1885 5:35773 .-331 -tyL':0 qfjjfg Thirty-Two Active Chapters I 'Q Er., 35 :ij iii'-'jf Efifiii 152 Q7 A-eff! N934 if I gn. 'fat R, I Lff? WEE! F VW - H1219 E03 7 JU f-im! I ' x ' ,pjgg . 1-an ' I ,- 41 f .Q 1 -Iv .I A . " iw 153711 . I Wil ' 75: ,Ij'I1',1, I ff! 1' I fa : ILLINOIS ALPHA CHAPTER 1' 4 WI 754 3,.,,g A565 Viv- 1553. Established at Illinois 1897 "EU F9 MEMBERS IN FACULTY M: C. R. RICHARDS, F. H. NEWELL, D.Eng. e MORGAN BROOKS, Ph.B. C. T. KNIPP, Ph.D. M QQ., J. M. WHITE, B.S. H, H. JORDAN, B.S. IQ 1231? E. W. CARRIER, B.S. H. M. WESTERGAARD, Ph.D. Liga 65' ENGER, C.E. EV FIIIIPPARILJ, ,565 fig . . ARMAN . c. . . ELBEC . . I1--.1 iw' G. W. PICKELH, C.E. E. H. WAr.no,'M.s., E.E. T122 J. M. SNODGRASS, B.S. H F. GONNERMAN, M.S. L,-Q., G. P. BOOMSLITER, M.S. H. F. MooRE, 'gg-' N351 E. E. KING, M.C.E. H H. STOEK, B.S., E.M. gg. fvfgfiq W. W. KUSTERMAN, Ph.D. E. B. PAINE, E.E. .1132 Lfifffl C. B. SCHMELTZER, B.S. L. H. PRovINE, B.S., A.E. ,gg G. A. GOODENOUGH, M.E. C. C. WILEY, C.E. ,W F. B. SEELY, M.S. O. A. LEUTWILER, M.E. lv Q I-gf A. N. TALBOT, D.Eng. N. E. ENSIGN, A.B., B.S. I Q N. C. RICKER, D.Arch. P. R. HOELSCHER, B.S. Q9 -I, I. O. BAKER, C.E., D.Eng. C. Z. ROSECRANS, B.S. Qi 'wed' ' 'fs Q1 vvit fykxjgl 521 Q? I Four Hundred Sixty-eight W ,wx 'U 'bi ' '-'-IfffGIa1"::f1'A'va" "'.i"7'Li''1'x'ii3U""'9"'Iii Iiaiarfm-"'R-'wfafvfixriif-fiisi af '," 'AIV ' 'HI' Lf'iiI"i'f-vizsflnfcl Tau Beta Pi Tow Rowf1xOARnMAN, 1'OsTl.E, HAAKE, sr-INOLER, PEASE Second R010-TSANG, HEUER, LANGDON, nO1cE, HODENSCHATZ, nvoruuc Third Row-OMANSKY, RISLEY, TWELLS, SMITH, uRIm.Ev, COLWIZLL, PETERSON E. T. BLIX P. H. LANGDON SAMUEL OMANSKY D. W. PEASE L. E. PETERSON R. E. RISLEY C. M. SMITH W. H. SPINDLER W. K. TSANG ROBERT TWELLS J. H. A. HEUER P. J. BOESEN MARTIN CRANE W. E. RASMUS Four Hu'nd1'vrl Sixty!-Wim' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors T. M. CANNON J zmior R. R. O'CONNOR H. C. GROTH A. H. BODENSCHATZ H. G. HAAKE THEODORE KRUGER G. R. POSTLE O. F. BARKLAGE C. L. BOARDMAN JOSEPH DVORAK M. C. BOICE W. T. COLWELL F. R. GRIDLEY D. K. MALCOLMSON L. SWEIGERT . H. JACKSON 'CHF ! ff.: W. ,X ---. ',. .1 .,.Ek . I aw .J .11 I I GI ,.. ' "1 -1 .. ' I I A ...V -I 1921 M-- r fr' ' 7 ' 'TV' Tv 'U'1'lTT""If. .TF 'JT' '- C'-F7 -VT 'fT- 'Z 'V'-f,'."1 -. , '. 4 B, ' " T- iff.. cf' i?,','.','I"715. ijgiifwf -T '"1'3t,."T',"r"',',j' -- 1 gifga'AQQQALQIii.1:.ffiI::.-'.i4iQ3'5,ia.11-L 1Q'15'j1g1'v:4.' .ypffa Hr-:gf I I -X11 I E, , ,MA of Hail 4522 1 Ig- ' NL-liz 1.35-.rg 53951 Eta Kappa Nu Wi? 1'-59 E ffffl' SORT!! 2.553 :wg HONORARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ERATERNITY wif pw..-'f2,, glqgj-JI ff: 'aft M515 A ZJIPQE Founded at University of Illinois 1.904 I' 11 I Twelve Chapters I If ' 'F ff:- hifiii Iv 'ij' Iii? mi - , ufglil ,-': , gfgpz I - - A 1 - H -I vuiwj fp:Q.Kr J. Q59 f-- nj: I 1 I 5-iq?-A , 1352 I 5-5. . . . LQQ-.1 24153 :nag Lux. 545. uzrfll L 53' . fI'rI..13 1 . 5 'f - 11,1513 ALPHA CHAPTER 5.55 in A ,.., li Jw V2 riff . C1 1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY M ' KJ I -.4 Ig 7:4 P552 ELLERY BURTON PAINE, M.S. E.E. MORGAN BROOKS, Ph.D. 'QQ zgmzj CHARLES TOBIAS KNIPP, Ph.D. PAUL HENRY BURKHART, B.S, E153 -Ljfg EDWARD H. WALDO, A.B., M.S. ELMER F. HEATER ARNER RICHARD KNIGHT, M.E. JAKOB KUNZ, Ph.D. I ,gi ERNEST ALEXANDER REID, M.S. LC. 1 '5' I '-4 lfalf I QQ Mr MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 2.5. f'7v 2-1 SW . 592 Seniors i . 3 . ' fgii OLIVER F. BARKLAGE THURSTON D. OWENS fig 52? MILFORD COATS BOICE KENNETH H. GORDON 403, zyjia HOWARD RALPH BOSWORTH GLENN F. RANDOLPH O... . L63 Q35 PETER J. BOESEN GEORGE HASKEL SIMMONS Q3 N315 PAUL B. BURLEY FRANKLIN D. SI-OEFORD fi! Ffgig FRANK B. DOYLE CLARK H, STURM D232 P WALTER C. HEOKMAN JOHN THEODORE SCHOTT lfqpfi ,J 'R'E 9' WENDELL L. KENNEY HOWARD LEROY WRIGHT ' . I1-gag Q' gg - Juniors EFA if'-Q27 ' . ijt! LEsLIE JAMES BATTEY FOSTER M. POOLE PAUL D. CORNELISEN ROBERT L. PENTLAND 9515 If-gg, LEA R. CIUMDMINGS ARBA L. SAGENDORPH QQ? 4393.5 HILIP . ONOHOE LLOYD A. WEST : E23 mf ROBERT J. DONALDSON - WILLIAM M. YOUNG 'sy ARTHUR W. ZIEGLER Iliff 1 Vfrf ' G51 N .Ei wwf: me Alai I, 515 ,I I' ft: LEM N Ffh :im ffm f--:ff Four Hundred Seventy -- '1.if"1iz'iixIxJ."LI I A Ia: ' fc 'Wa' ' viii F' ""'i3'1iI? 'wwf -'fI'f:.:. 4' 'O"'1:LHiu.wf' 'Q-1-1-Y-1' W? Eta Kappa Nu s -5 ' Top Row-1-mN'rl,ANn, x'ouNc:, HECKMAN, SI'0I'l"0RIl, DONALDSON Swnond NOIl'+WlCS'I', novu-3, DONOIIOIC, llUl!IiIlAIl'1', c0l:Nl-ILISIGN, CIYMMINGS Third R010-'G0llDON, znlzmnzn, s1MMoNs, nA'r1'1-:Y, nmim, HIQNNIQY, lsosworvrlr Fourth lfdll'-SAGICNITORPII, nolclc, wmcmg owlcxs, sc1Io'x"1', RANIIOLPII J Four Himdrcd Seventy-one SSWPWQSFSPSS A. M A. S. D. S. S. W. W. T. G. R. ALLISON AUSTIN CHRISTMAN DAY DONER DUNN FAZEL HALL INGERSOLL HOWEL KAMMLADE KIRNER Gamma Alpha GRADUATE SCIENTIFIC FRATERNITY Founded at Cornell University 1899 Ten Actifve Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1908 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY A. P. KRATZ P. A. LEHENBAUER R. W. MILLAR S. R. OFFUTT GEORGE PELTIER B. P. REINSCH J. B. RICE O. V. SHAFFER N. O. TAYLOR F. K. THAYER E. N. TURNQUIST L. H. ULICH Four Ilundrvd Seventy-two Gamma Alpha Top Row-cmus'rnmN, mzm., 'r1mNQU1s'r, '1'1rAYmu, A1,1,1soN, nmNsc1r, IIOXVEL, DON!-Ill, HALL Second How--DUNN, mwrz, PELTIER, LEHENBAUER, 1Nc1ansoL1., KAMMl,Anm, DAY, TAYLOR Third R010-AUSTIN, M1l,LAn, uucn, om-'U'rT, xcllmmn, mom, slmvvlsn Four Hundred Seventy-tlwcc K W 1 I Phi Delta Phi PROFESSIONAL LAW FRATERN ITY Founded at Univeosity of Michigan 1869 Forty-Eight Active Cllapien: WMM LANGDELL CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1901 MEMB'ERS IN FACULTY HENRY W. BALLANTINE, A.B., LL.B. JOHN N. POMEROY, JR., A.M., LL.B. OLIVER A. HARKER, A.M., LL.D. LEW R. SARETT, A.B., LL.B. EDWARD H. DECKER, A.B., LL.B. JAMES H. BEAL, LL.B., D.Sc. FREDERICK GREEN, A.M., LL.B. JAY E. MILLER, A.B., A.M., L.L.B. WILLIAM G. HALE, B.S., L.L.B. JAMES W. GARNER, Ph.D. MEMB'ERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JOHN HAROLD ARMSTRONG HUGH WARE CROSS ARTHUR LAYTON BARTON WALTER WELLINGTON DONLEY, JR. DANIEL AUGUSTUS BLAIR CLARENCE WASHBURN GLOVER OWEN MCINTOSH BURNS MERLE EMMETT NOBLE EDWIN LINNELL COVEY AUGUST J. SCHEINEMAN' Juniors ' THOMAS HUNTER ARMSTRONG FRED PEARSON GRAHAM HAROLD GRIFEITH BAKER JOHN H, JEFFRIES JOHN ROY BROWNING GALEN VICTOR KNIGHT NIGEL D. CAMPBELL FREDERICK WILLIAM MEYER, JR. ROBERT J. COLSON JOHN MARK NIEHAUS, JR. IRA JAY COVEY, JR. MARTIN EARL O'CONNOR WILLIAM EDWARD GILMORE CHALMER CLINE TAYLOR I AMOS HOLSTON WATTS Pledges HARRY ANDREW BARR MARION MURPHY HART CHARLES EVERT CARNAHAN WILI-'RED MYERS MCFARLAND CHARLES CARROLL FRANCIS SPRING RONALDS GEORGE GALE GILBERT STEDMAN GARRETSON SMITH ARTHUR J. HAIR THEODORE JOSEPH VAN DOREN CHARLES EDGAR WALKER Four Hundred Seventy-four l, I . 1 I "' 'f 1"l.Q I' I I 1' n., .1 ' Phi Delta Phi T017 R010-XVATTS, NIICIIAUS, CROSS, T. ARMSTRONG, SM1T1I, CARROLL, 0'CONN0li Sl?t70'l1d ROI!!-'liAKl'Zl'l, CARNAIIAN, MC FARLANI7, RONALDS, GILIEERT, VAN DORHN, Gll.MORI'I, GRAHAM BARR Third Rowv-col.soN, 1rAn'r, 'mYl.on, MEYER, JEFFRIES, I. covrcv, BROWNING, 1cNn:m' Fourth Row--ul.ovnn, xc. covmv, Nom.:-1, voN1.1:Y, J. ARMSTRONG, nAm'oN, mmNs Four Hundred Scvmzty-jim: Phi Lambda Upsilon HONORARY CHEMICAL FRATERNITY Founded at University of Illinois 1899 Fourteen Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER MEMBERS IN FACULTY J- H- BEAL J. H. REEDY, Ph.D. W. A. NoYEs, Ph.D., LL.D. E. BARTOW, Ph.D. S. W. PARR, M.S. G. D. BEAL, Ph.D., Pharm.D. H. S. GRINDLEY, D.Sc. S. A. BRALEY, Ph.D. L, I-I, SMITH, Ph.D, D. T. ENGLIS, Ph.D. E. W. WASHBURN, Ph.D, T- E- LAYNG, Ph-D. R. ADAMS, Ph.D. J. M. LINDGREN B. S. HOPKINS, PhD. H- H- MITCHELL, Ph-11 H, B, LEWIS, Ph,D, OLIVER KAMM, Ph.D. D. F, McFARLAND, Ph.D A. E- STEARN, Ph-D. E. K. RIDEAL, Ph.D. A. G. Looms, Ph-D- MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates M. M. AUSTIN C. C. LARSON O. A. BARNES G. P. EDWARDS C. E. BARNES E. GREENFIELD M. J. BRADLEY A. F. THAL J. B. BROWN P. M. GINNINGS G. H. COLEMAN J. R. JOHNSON C. S. MARVEL H. W. HYDE R. MILLAR E. T. HOWELL A. O. MA'rHEws J. L. HALL N. O. TAYLOR R. F. SCHNEIDER F. K. THAYER G. C. BAKER W. R. KIRNER H. M. CHILES H. E. FRENCH M. S. DUNN T. S. HAMILTON J. A. GUNTON H. E. ECKSTEIN E. E. LIBMAN C. S. PALMER O. V. SHAFFER E. A. ENGLE L. H. ULICH L. F. YNTEMA R. W. HUFFERD Four Hundrcrl Seventy-six 1 3 1 3friYE7'H'f'.I'-775 A' I Phi Lambda Upsilon gf' W' 2Sf+-mofdpzw QU? E 'fi S .- 1 S F E FU ff' Q.. U2 I e H 3 Q. Q .- 3 e G 3 'F S. NELSON M. HOLZMAN HANDLER W. RODEWALD E. BRAUER W. HAESCH C. WARD J. PEARCE J. RISLEY S. PRESCOTT E. KENDALL G. BERGER GARVEY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Juniors B. W. HOLTON M. E. DREYFUSS H. C. N. HECKEL F. B. RINCK J. S. SCHWEICH L. SPEIGLEE R. G. STEVENS F. G. STRAUB C. R. TIKOTSKY W. G. KOUPAL J. H. INGMANSON R. C. RUHLE G. W. CROMER C. B. LOVELL . , .w-..,.4 we R.. A Y. -,y ff 1 . 'P .L 7 1 ,O ,i I f., a .fglffpggfilif2,gg5.g-f2'. -x ,A . ,... .,..,,, .,-., W., .,-.,,-.,,,.,..-. ,,.., ,,, "'. 121.1-fp',"'-' 102161-.-Q ',.. -fffff .,. ,-.. - ,L I 1 L L 'FW-SWT iv. 1. -- -f A f- -- - - - -Y - -----A. -. V W- -q,'QLlUx'Q!J3l1.A,-V A ' .,..::,xA:.--A:-.A U1-,fi 'ELAAAA AA -..,1fAf.. , ,:-, ,.,-:ANY ,-.i ,ly To if.: 55534 'W - fix we 5 Scabbard and Blade ,QQ wg, F53 Gam 6:1 I-IONORARY MILITARY SOCIETY . .,, iq , I ef .065 EI i .+ t Founded at Unwersity of Wisconsin 1904 gk ' ffgfi Seventeen Companies, Three Posts G34 , he W4 COMPANY F, FIRST REGIMENT gg 1 1 I . E31 Established at Illinois 1909 T i 2 " rig? I I I C533 I MEMBERS IN FACULTY Y, QM , ADOLPH THAL, B.S. R. W. MILLAR, B.S. Il i T. S. HAMILTON, B.S. B. K. BROWN if Q2 1 N. O. TAYLOR, B.S. Q5- LW . ' Q i 2 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C5j W E ' Graduate I im 6.9 fj i CHARLES FAIRMAN . , i Qi Seniors 549 lv , 2 ? s. W. BLISS C. C. SHADE : j , E A. G. BLACK O. A. STICE - . A. , J. J. BICKEL E. J. SMILEY gg., f ' A. H. BOnENscHATz RALPH REDDING 5' " Y ' F. E. BRYA THOMAS ARMSTRONG g' I b f D. A. BLAIR H. H. ARCHBOLD QV I 3 FRANK DOYLE R. G. TOLMAN 5, . E L. S. FOOTE S. C. GREENE gp ggi G. E. DICKSON . J. P. HOSTETTLER 'T' Q 1 G. S. KENNELLEY AMOS WATT Z6- 5E,Q J. B. SOHNELLBAOHER ' N. D. DOWNS 5 . L: I.. H. TUTTLE : A LG? Q i Juniors ' 'Cb 4 G. M. CROSBY C. s. DRAKE .9 .E ' M. D. CATTIN R. N. GI-:ER i,. f if M. D. DURHAM L. H. GUENTHER 5 1 pg J. H. BLISS E. J. RENNOE 5' A-A, M. L. CAPOUOH WALTER MILLIKEN ' 4 as L. N. WHITE L. H. YEAGER I., like IBD Se- ff 4: :F 1 L 5 Four Hundred Seventy-eight , V ""' "' 'rs'-'Q -'-' 1 "-' -P 'f-- HF' MM" -1 - -N - 9 :- ve--ew-u - -- .D ... .-.. .--.-.. . -- ......'. -.---. -........ . -............3 buiQ.'iZK5P!3" Q. .-- fP E?..f,?AI3U.EK3Y..f3j.G3 1 . V 55 129. W , f1,9 fTi Sf5g.?3MS55 , L . 539--ZL Scabbard and Blade Top Rom-nrmluc, amen. CATTIN, mawxorc. CAPOUCII, HICKEI., novu-: Second 1f0'lU-ARCIIIKOLII, J. umss, WHITE, cnoslsv, 'ru'1"ruc, DICKSON, '1'or,MAN Third Row-x'r:Aulcn, smxucy, msnmu, nurumnx, s. uuss, mu,uucN, uonENscxm'rz. cuN'r1mn Four Ilzmdrcd Sr'z'vut11-Him' ..,1.,N.r LU -- Lv , f --1, x wrHQr11Ee?vsvEP+'rf1R2Erl1P1 Alpha Zeta HONORARY AGRICULTURAL FRATERN ITY Founded at Ohio State University 1897 Twenty-Six Chapters K MORROW CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1902 MEMBERS IN FACULTY X. DAVENPORT, M.Agr., LL.D. A . RANKIN, B.S. W. MUMFORD, B.S. C. COFFEY, M.S. P. RUSK, M.S. ROBERTS, Ph.D. W. WHISENAND, M.S. B. RICE, B.S. S. GRINDLEY, D.Sc. O. BARTO, B.S. R. SNAPP, B.S. L. BURLISON, Ph.D. FAHRNKOPF, B.S. A. FISHER, B.S. E. GENTLE, B.S. G. MOSIER, B.S. H. SMITH, Ph.D. HANSON, M.S. 'Y ,guv-I . 1. . . qw--.,.f1 1 R. S. SMITH, Ph.D. G. H. DUNGAN, B.S. J. C. HACKLEMAN, A.M. J. E. WHITEGHURCH, B.S. H. A. HARDING, Ph.D. M. H. CAMPBELL, M.S. H. A. RUEHE, M.S. E. M. CLARK, B.S. H. A. Ross, B.S. J. C. BLAIR, M.S. J. W. LLOYD, Ph.D. E. C. VoLz, M.S. J. B. ANDREWS, B.S. W. J. RoTH C. ATwooD, B'.S. J. D. BILSBORROW, B.S. C. F. HoTTEs, Ph.D. S. A. FORBES, Ph.D., LL.D. Four Hundred Eighty AV.-Aj, Alpha Zeta Top Row--Moss, IIENLFIY, MIDDLETON, 1u.Ac1cMAN, Fmmmucxr, Moscnovm, JOIINSON CARISON Dnnwu msn Second Row--ARNOLD, WHITMAN, MALSDURY, connm, WILSON, ALLEN, Moons, DAKFR srrmcuu Third 13010-IZAYSINGER, WATSON, CLIFFORD, BONNEN, XVESTFIELD, DAYTON, LAIDLR, 1-OOTF W. B. NEVENS F. F. ELLIOT C. A. BONNEN' W. W. DAYTON W. K. CLIFFORD T. R. ALLEN W. R. MOORE H. R. BOWDITCH K. L. WILSON R. J. LAIBLE C. V. ARNOLD A. W. BLACKMAN H. E. BREWBAKER T. E. HENLEY E. L. JOHNSON Four Hundred Eighty-om' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates E. K. HALL W. C. BAYSINGER H. B. TUKEY Seniors M. R. MALSBURY M H. WATSON N. E. WESTFIELD E. S. FOOTE G. C. SPRAGUE M. B. HARLAND L. L. CORRIE G. B. WHITMAN Juniors R. G. CARLSON G. E. MIDDLETON R. S, FIREBAUGH J. R. Moss C. A. MOsGRovE C. E. BAKER I S1gma Tau HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Founded at University of Nebraska 1904, Eleven Active Cluipters THETA.CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1914 51502 Wg: 5133 ...RS S- SNA! RI S glliowc Q-el 5-ac... ZCICE Sidi? U- 6 ':1- Q MF:-.2 cling! Fsif ,FIS P. 5:32 :agei- E5 y ogg? F2521 ,tiara o Q '5:5l. P PZEEQ LEE? FRE 2: ' SEQ? Zwgf '02s rzzg :I 97 Cm?-' nm 52205 .gag un 25:9 H555 1-1 o ----::.. Zeb'- 3935 5552 xg: mga EOE 1,25 2. Zn, gT'4 QE S.n -I I mga :-.1 925 U25 Emi Z r: K' m :a rmrgp . J. MEMBERS IN FACULTY I. O. BAKER, B. S., C. E., D.Eng. C. R. RICHARDS, M.E., F. H. NEWELL, B.S., D.Eng. G. A. GOODENOUGH, M.E. C. A. ELLIS, A.B. A. C. WILLARD, S.B. C. Z. ROSECRANS C. B. SGHMELTZER A. BURNSIDE T. BLIX A. WILSON E. FAIRGLOI-I-I E. MURRAY J. BIGKEL A. H. BODENSGI-IA'rzt A V. L. GLOVER N. E. ANDERSON W. R. MUELLER G. H. SIMMONS G. L. MEYER P. W. WOOD P. H. DONOHOE R. E. SPANGLER M. L. ENGER, M.S., C.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates S cn iors D. D. GROVER H. H. JACKSON W. H. SPINDLER 'R. TWELLS , L. W. CHARLET 0. H. OLSON 'D. W. PEASE W. G. MILLER T. KRUGER W. C. HECKMAN C. J. SPINDLER J. T. SCHOTT Juniors L. J. BATTEY M. P. BENSON L. J. HUGG G. R. CASKEY E. E. BAUER E. E. CRESS W. C. L. wwzfmws PFW? R. MORGAN S. BERNARD E. PETERSON L. KENNEY E. DAVIDSON R. POSTLE H. CRIM W. REESE C. GRAHAM L. WRIGHT C. ALERIGH1' L. SAGENDORF W. IBENFELDT W. ROBINSON R. O'CONNOR Four Iiundrvri Eighty-two Sigma Delta Chi PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY Founded at DePauw University 1909, Thirty- Tlwee A ctive Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1.912 Top R010-CLARK, Mc QUINN, PINCKARD Second R010-HOPE, IIEALY, IIOIESCHENSTEIN, TNEWERSEN, HODOSON, HULLFTSH Third R010-MCFARLAND, DAILEY, DRYSDALE, OWEN, CLEVELAND, REID, nAv1s' MEMBERS IN FACULTY CARL STEPHENS, A.B. HARRY F. HARRINGTON, ME FRANKLIN W. SCOTT, Ph.D. WALTER WILGUS, B'.Litt. ELMO S. WATSON, A.B. A.M. FREDERICK A. RUSSELL, Ph.D MBERS IN UNIVERSITY Semors STEWART D. OWEN CHESTER W. CLEVELAND HAROLD BOESCHENSTEIN CARLETON HEALY STEWART F. REID HORACE My HODGSON HAROLD R. PINCKARD Four Hzmdrrd F:iflh.f1l-Hl1'l'l ROBERT A. DRYSDALE HENRY G. HULLFISH JOHN A. INGWERSEN CHARLES B. DAVIS ARTHUR A. DAILEY J amiors KENNETH W. CLARK RALPH T. MOQUINN H. O. HOPE W. M. MCFARLAND Theta Sigma Phi HONORARY JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY Founded at University of Washington 1909 Eighteen Active Chapters PI CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1918 Top Row-wmrc, smnuizv, nnsr, smmnm. Second Rowisxow, DOISY, CANNON, NYELCII, nucxmn MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors OPAL CANNON BEATRICE SNOW Juniors MILDRED WELCH ROBERTA DOISY FRANCES BEST BLANCHE SHIRLEY HELEN BUCKLER LOIS WINE THELMA STRABEL Four Ilundrcd Eighty-four Pi Delta Epsilon HONORARY INTER.-PUBLICATION FRATERN ITY Founded at Syracuse University 1909 Twenty-One Active Chapters ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER Establised at Illinois 1918 Top RowH MASON, LYTLE, NARDI Second Row-I-OOLE, DARLEY, MCQUINN, IIODGSON Third Rom-A CIKANIDELI., l'INCKAl!Ib, ONVEN, IIAVIS, DIIYSDALE MEMBERS IN FACULTY WILLIAM LEONIDAS BURLISON, Ph.D. THOMAS ARKLE CLARK, B.L. WALTER CASTELLA COFFEY, M.S. GEORGE ALFRED GOODENOUGH, M VICTOR LOUIS KRANNERT, B.S. CARL STEPHENS, A.B. HARRY FRANKLIN HARRINGTON, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JOHN A. INGWERSEN HUGH WARING CROSS ROBERT ALEXANDER DRYSDALE ' CHESTER WILSON CLEVELAND JAMES DEWEY HAVENS HARRY GEORGE HAAKE STEWART DOUGLAS OWEN WARNER GRENELLE RICE CHARLES BREWER DAVIS Juniors JOHN HAWLEY WILSON FOSTER M. POOLE GEORGE ELLSWORTH MILNER RALPH TOLIVAR MCQUINN HAROLD RECINUS PINCKARD , HORAOE MULFORD HODGSON RODNEY STARKWEATHER MASON Pom Ilmzdrrd Eiglaty-fiw MERWYN QUINCY LYTLE SIDNEY WADE SAMUEL DAWSON DARLEY WILLIS VAN PELT JULIAN NARDI MELVILLE CRANDELL THEODORE MERRIAM Gamma Epsilon Pi HONORARY COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY Founded at University of Illinois 1918 Two Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER T011 ROI!!-IIRONSON, MC DONALD, VALLIEIIS, MEYIERS, COOLIIICY SUCGTIII RDIUYNICIIOLS, NVILSON, DAVIS, ABRAHAM, BRYANT, XVINTICRS, IIODGES Third R010-IIOELLNIER, Mc MAIIAN, GAWTIIROP, KIRCIIIIOFER, MANSPEAICER, LYNCH, FAIRFIELD, HAMLIN I fs MEMBER IN FACULTY MRS. A. SAUNDERS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY INA M. HAMLIN PAULINE NICHOLS ELSIE MCMAHAN CAROLINE MANSPEAKER EUNICE GAWTHROP ETHEL BRONSON BERYL DAVIS ANN M. BRYANT ANNA COOLLEY LOIs WILSON LOIs DENNIS DOROTHY RIPLEY CHARLOTTE NELSON Seniors FRANCES M. PARKER EMMA E. KIRCHHOFER VIRGINIA BOELLNER LUCILE ABRAHAM Juniors HARRIET WINTERS BETTY MCDONALD HELEN RICE HARRIETTE HODGES HELEN LYNCH LOUISE FAIRFIELD DOROTHY EYCLESHYMER Sophomores FRANCES H. MEYERS GLADYS HUMRICKHOUSE MARY JANE CLEVELAND RUTH VALLIERS Four Humlrcd Eighty-six Alpha Kappa Psi PROFESSIONAL COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY Founded at New York University 1905 Eighteen Chaptefrs EPSILON CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1912 Tap Ifow---SKELLY, METZLER, KENNEnY,scIINEI.1.nAcIIEn, IIAAS, NIEIIEROALL Second Row' -IIEALY, IIOWE, KLEOIINER, OOIILE, CHICKS, I.OvE.IOv, TUTWEILEII Third 130111-FREDE, HIEIKES, CULLIN, Mc ELDOWNEY, I-'Ox, MAUREII, OOTY MEMBERS IN FACULTY DAVID KINLEY, Ph.D., LL.D. C. M. THOMPSON, Ph.D. NATHAN A. WESTON, Ph.D. MAURIOE H. ROBINSON, Ph.D. W. E. MCELDOWNEY FRED G. MAURER AUSTIN FOX FAIRCHILD DOTY VICTOR CULLIN CLIFFORD HOWE IVAN GOBLE JOHN CREES OLLIE METZLER H. BOESCIIENSTEIN Four Hundred Eiglnty-xrvmz Seniors J. SCHNELLBAC H. T. SCOVILL, A.B., F. A. RUSSELL, Ph.D. H. P. GREISON, A.B. C.P.A W. E. BRITTON, A.M., J.D. J . SKELLY SAM HEIKES ROBERT TUTWEILER ERNEST LOVEJOY RAY HAAS GLEN FREDE CARLETON HEALY FRANCIS BRYA GEORGE KLECKNER CHARLES CARROLL HER Triangle PROFESSIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Founded at University of Illinois 1907 Four Active Chaptefrs '.-I ILLINOIS CHAPTER MEMBERS IN FACULTY EZRA EDWARD BAUER, B.S. ELDRED EVERETT CRESS, B.S. HARRISON FREDERICK GONNERMAN, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors EINAR THOMAS BLIX PAUL EUGENE LANGDON COURTNEY HAROLD CRIM WILBUR GLENN MILLER OSCAR JONATHAN FLEMING WALTER RUDOLPH MUELLER VERNON LESLIE GLOVER ARVID LAWRENCE REHNQUIST DONALD DANA GROVER HARRY SODERBERG RALPH BENJAMIN JOHNSON ARTHUR ALFRED THORSELL FREDERICK KLENK FRANK WALTER VOGT FLORIAN LAMPERT LYLE AVERY WILSON Juniors JOHN CLAUDE ALLMAN WENDELL ZEANIS HAWTHORNE CHARLES NORMAN BEGOS ALMON WILKINSON HINDS MERRILL PHILIP BENSON ALF CHRISTIAN REHNQUIST PAUL LEONARD CARLSON PAUL WASHINGTON WOOD Sophomores - WILLIAM HENRY BRAMAN JOHN JAMES BRESEE CHARLES ADAMS CAHILL ALBERT WILLIAM COOPER EDWIN CHRIST KUEHL JOSEPH ARVIN NELSON ARTHUR SELDEN ROBINSON HERBERT WALTER SCHLECHTER .IJ-7-l,....,.-J1I..:..',t' z::'I, ,:f,.:.11I TL.7.zI:. I .I,I .g..:..Jgr:11,: ALBERT REYNER EASTMAN EDWARD CHARLES SCHWEITZER Four Ilundrcd Eighty-eight .,.,1.. .Vx .,.. .,,. , Y, .. L, .., .,..,.,,.,,,,,, r. I4 .i I 5 I IIII 1 -I4 nl ., I .qfz itimfe 5 Iii ',. 'V I gi: 1 1.1,-12' 'I :I 'Jr .'2I I, HL I LTA! Ie, I J? 'I ,II I f I! ILL , 121. Q Wy 'X , 63:11. a " 1 1-fri., JI I Ed- J I" 5 If1,,1 IFN ty I ID- z III-I kill T?1'T'fI Igg? IX .1 7 tiff! jI4I'I . . Ilfflfz fin' 'r'! Ing'- Ii.,-, Ulf" I AM. I Q39 iii? i V if :xii-.fx 'NZ , H., ii" f Q31 I+. 'f -I .W lu Fig VI I rw, I 'sl 15, 9, -1321 I I 'II 1. ...Ir L1 QII II .. I .,. 1 z J." 1l1'fg,,I I I -, Tx, . I lf f,I, I ,JL I. ..-.Ig I I .III ,III ,I .JI L' rw .A I I Y f I rl j .Lf:vLI,' ff' ,,f,gf'Q,r1?fl. if '1iff"- fAf"f-If L'IIf.,Igf"'I,l 111- -5 ,I-"Uv 'L A- I,:,Qf'1. 'E 'xIll:Y.f'f',T7 A" ','Il.""x 'Z' I1-f?'jIQ"Qv,'Aj' IQj,'IiA-"X-'lgj 4 Top R010-CARLSON, SCIINVIEITZER, EASTMAN, NVOOD, ROBINSON, NELSON, URAMAN SC001ld 12010-SCIILECIITI-Ill, CAIULL, BENSON, REIINQUIST, BEGGS, ALLMAN, HINDS, KUEHL, COOPER TlL1:7'lf R010-WILSON, CRIM, KLENIC, SODICRBERG, BLIX, GROVER, GLOVER, LAMPERT, BRESEE ' Fourth .ROZU-REHNQUIST, JOHNSON, LANGDON, VOGT, FLEMING, MILLER, TIIORSELL, MUELLER Four Iluozdrcd Eighty-nine 1 , A , v v S FWF? 55959599 PENN J. G. P. A. .fm A Blmm W, V . ,. - Il.i,iC,' - Alpha Chi Sigma PROFESSIONAL CHEMICAL FRATERNITY Founded at University of Wisconsin 1902 Thirty-One Chapters ZETA.CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1.908 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ADAMS, Ph.D. J. H. REEDY, Ph.D. D. BEAL, Ph.D. W. A. RUTH, Ph.D. A. BRALEY, Ph.D. F. W. TANNER, Ph.D. G. DIETRICKSON, Ph.D. A. L. WHITING, Ph.D. H. B. LEWIS, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates C. BAKER H. W. HYDE A. BARNES A. W. INGERSOLL S. DUNNE J. R. JOHNSON P. EDWARDS W. R. KIRNER E. FRENCH C. C. LARSON A. GUNTON C. S. MARVEL S. HAMILTON G. E. SLADEK T. HOWELL ' L. F, YNTEMA Seniors A. ANDERSON W. G. KOUPAL FAUTSCH C. B. LovELL C. N. HECKEL W. R. MORGAN S. HUFFMAN R. S. NELsoN J. E. SPELCE Juniors B. BAKER G. E. GUN'roN A. BROUGH J. B. HOFFMAN I. B. MORGAN Sophomores F. LARSON M. A. SNELL W. SLOAN M. E. RUDD Four Hundred Ninety T011 H0lIF4ll0FFMAN, EIIXVARDS, ICUDII, YNTEMA, SLOAN, SNELI., l'. LARSON, C. LARSON, IIUNNIC Second Icom-u. cUN'roN, J. mmm, uux-'mvmN, Nm.soN, x.ov1c1,L, FAUTSCII, XIECKEI., 51-mole, J. cuzwori Third R0lU7I!ARNES, Almms, mmm., uawxs, Novus, TANNER, MARVEL, 1-'lu2Nc1l, KOUPAL, 'OIU' 14,72 l't' inf' y-4271! I' II fl d N L :45fFu5f-f7U"' :iff fL1,1y,If?,w f ,'I,f,",0 1 , ,gym f , I ,,glsix Llx Q Alpha Rho Chi PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL FRATERN ITY Founded at University of Illinois 1914 Four Chapters LT- - XIRXMQI7 ' --- 2-- TTL ANTHEMIOS CHAPTER MEMBERS IN FACULTY T. E. 0'DONNELL, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors HERBERT BISHOP BEIDLER ARLON RAND SEDGLEY LLOYD LUcIUs HUNTINGTON BRENT GIRDLER WEBB CLIFFORD WALTER HUTTON GEORGE ARION WHITTEN GEORGE FRED KEOK JOE HENRY WILDERMUTH ARTHUR LEE EDWIN ELWOOD NEWCOMB GEORGE RICHARDSON POSTLE Juniors VALENTINE HUNT CARL JULINE HAROLD LESLIE PARR WILLARD AYRES SNYDER WILLIAM STUHR ' HARRY BIRD TOUR HARRY JOHN ZIEMANN MACON ARMISTEAD ABBITT WILLIAM STRUDWICK ARRASMITH HURLBERT CRAIG CHEEVER WILLIAM EDWARD HALLAUER LESLIE JOSEPH HUG CHARLES REUEL SUTTON Freshmen v J" fl 1 Ai ,flgxi V? 1:12LTfl Vi' 7 ig 1 5 nhl! 'fir--,pi fggsiffyl Yi. 5: if? -qy :SW N ,.,' ifffffs iijdfl 4 'il'- Q51 Ira I V1 .4,.' -4 I1 3 -AL, ,ri 3'lfx':'J ifujl if A 1, Un., M- 5. V+ f'f, I Mr f , v .F v, Lia' Iii I FEI' 51355: ll, L 'rr S1279 ia!! Qi 12-bf , , M 1? iw. FAQ: i 5991 'E iii: , fjlfzj 'La 1 3215.1 555:51 ihijgj 91- , GALE MCKINLEY BERGMAN ANDREW SHELDON PHILLIPS MARVIN DANIELSON DAVID ELMER POSTLE HARFORD FIELD P153 P-ik "Il ALBERT WILLIAM WENTHE ' . ,LQ I GEORGE LEONARD FOWLER JOHN RUSSELL YOUNG fig EARL VICTOR GAUGER DEAN DUVAL BATTLES pa- V Ti 55?-if H:-QQ? l I fix- Four Hundred Ninctu-two Uri if' -Im ' .A , ,L .JI 1: ' .' .111 1:11 L ,:- I . wus: 4.:L:.:1.zz4r ' Llffvg- 44:51, 5' -:UE Y-331 4 is AJ ., Q lzjf ki, 1411: ,v1,,vSf:V. ,S l E 7' --AA A jcfggqy'-jail I gy fxy13fPj1 - 2.Xgfglf13U 'CAIEQ :, g'xlyqIf.i:g1'ylj1 yff '751fEiy1Q1 :?j3fiXjGgc?ifi1fX 15?rw-T:fiOE:V79li3Lffig'5fQLjfj Top 1z0'lU-HERGMAN, DANIELSON, FIELD, D. PosTLG, WENTITE, PIIILLIPS Second Rmv-mnn, Fowmn, HATTLES, ARRASMITH, TOUR, WIIITTEN, YOUNG, GAUGER, AHIHTT Third R010-SEDGLEY, HUG, smmnzn, .1uuNE, swim, SUTTON, HALLAulan,, HUNT, crmmvmz, WXLDERMUTIIQ Fourth. Row-1sEID1.En, wmsu, HUNTINGTON, LEE, Dre. mclimn, IIUTTON, KEGK, G. POSTLE, NEXVCOMI5 Four Hundred Ninety-three 1 Farm House PROFESSIONAL AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY Founded at University of Missouri 1905 Three Chapters -Y' v ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1914 MEMBERS IN FACULTY HENRY PERLY RUSK, M.S. JOHN BENJAMIN RICE, M.S. JAMES WILBUR WHISENHAND, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates WALTER GEORGE BAYSINGER ARTHUR WILLIAM INGERSOLL Seniors RUSSEL JAMES LAIBLE HENRY RAQUET BRUNNEMEYER WILLIAM ROBERT JONES WALTER RAYMOND MOORE DAVID FELMLEY MERKER NORMAN ELMER WESTFIELD GILBERT STEWART WILLEY WOODBRIDGE CLIFFORD DELOS MAURIOE CHALCRAFT PERCY LEROY KINNEY PAUL FISHER - WILLLAM BENTON BUNN GEORGE BRUINGTON WHITMAN Juniors ERNEST RUBEN MOBERG WALTER CHAMP HELPER HARVEY EDGAR BREWBAKER ALBERT THOMAS MIGHELL EVERETT LOUIE JOHNSON GEORGE EUGENE MIDDLETON MILTON WILLARD WARREN CHLORUS WILLIAM CRICKMAN EMIL PHILIP ZEIDERS WILLIAM CLAYTON HOWE HARRY WILLIAM KLAMSER JOHN HENRY MACGILLIWRAY Sophoonores CHARLES ERNEST YALE ROSCOE WILLIAM COULTER FLOYD GRAHAM ANDERSON DEWEY THOMAS BEATTIE Freshmen DWIGHT CURTISS MUMFORD Four Hundred Ninety-four I I I . , I I V T012 ROIUJHAYSINGEII, MIGIIELL, HONVE, IHCATTIE, IIELPER, KLAMSER . ,Y E Second Row-f--cnwvonn, m1nm.n'roN, MAC un.r.1wnAv, JOHNSON, Mumonn, BUNN, ANIILRSON, wmm N, CRICKMAN Third Row--zmmans, w11.Lm', wmsrlflmn, 1c1NNm', YALE, IXRUNNICMEYER, FISIIICR, Moorm, CIIALCRAFT Fourth I:'ow--wurrnmx, Monunu, nnxzwnmmn, 1Ncxmsox.l., LAuxLl:, mom, nuummn, WVIIISIQNAND, Jomas Fam' Ilzmdrcd Ninrtzl-.1iva Qmega Beta Pi PROFESSIONAL PRE-MEDICAL FRATERN ITY Founded at University of Illinois 1.914 MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. H. BEARD, A.M., Ph.D. J. S. KINGSLEY, Sc.D. W. E. BURGE, A.M., Ph.D. H. B. LEWIS, Ph.D. R. D. GLASGOW, Ph.D. J. S. SPERRY, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors N. M. LEITCH C. R. LABIER G. T. MURPHY J. M. Down H. W. HILL R. C. ROBERTSON K. S. LEWIS Juniors W. BLOUNT L. H. JENKINS A. W. YOUNG J. B. MASON S. S. GARRETT J. M. PON E. E. TAYLOR Sophoonores C. M. DOWNS R. LIFVENDAHL F. ARTZ C. V. QUACKENBUSH J. W. HOLTZ H. B. McKELvEY R. B. ROBERTSON C. K. CONRAD G. H. HENRY R. W. GOI-:BEL L. A. ASTELL F. H. TURNER Four Hundred Ninety-six Omega Beta Pi Top R010-GOEBEL, PON, AILZT, JENKINS, IIOTZ, ASTELL, QUACKENBUSH, CONRAD Second R010-DONVNS, TURNER, YOUNG, R0l3l:1RTSON, GARRETT, LIFVENDAHL, MC KELVY Third R010-MASON, uLoUN'r, LA num, LEITCII, Muni-uv, HILL Fmrr Hundred Ninety-seven Theta Tau PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Founded at Urrziversity of Minnesota 1.904 Ten Active Chapters KAPPA CHAPTER Establislzecl at Illinois 1916 Top Row-ALLMAN, rmvxs, ENGLISH, cumST Second R010-MILLER, IIOLLINGSWORTII, CARLSON, ToURTnwT, voouc, Mc GLGLLANU, wu.ToN, nmzxslc, wmcwr Third Row-IIURLRY, BURKE, 1.1l,1.r:Y, Noun, IIARVRY, RISLEY, TLEMING, INGNVERSEN Fourth R010-VOGT, STERNAMAN, QUIGLEY, SKINNER, Txionsxcm., IIAARG, XVIIITNEY, .1oIINSoN, 1.ANGnoN MEMBERS IN FACULTY O. A. LEUTWILER, B.S., M.E. E. A. HOLDBROOK, B.S., E.M. P. E. O. F. R. H. P. B. O. J. E. C. B. A. R. B. R. E. E M C. B. A. D. C. J. F. W J. W. F. M. O. N. G. G. LANGDON QUIGLEY REECE BURLEY FLEMING STERNAMAN INGWERSEN JOHNSON RISLEY MCEVERS GOULD HARVEY DAVIS MEZEK ALLMAN POOLE WILTON WATERS E. E. KING, M.C.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Juniors H. B. WHITNEY J. S. MOHR H. G. HAAKE J. A. BURKE W F. . VOGT R. W. LILLEY M. B. SKINNER A. A. TI-IORSELL C. W. MIIILER R. J. CHRIST F. J. ENGLISH T. H. MCCORMACK C. S. WRIGHT J. W. LEEMING P. L. CARLSON F. I. TOURTELOT R. L. MCCLELLAND D. M. HOLLINGSWORTH Four Ilunclrcd Ninctzf-eight P1 Tau S1gma PROFESSIONAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Founded at University of Illinois 1915 Two Active Chapters ILLINOIS ALPHA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1.915 Top Row-srNnEN, IIOUSER, srAr.Ev, wu.'roN, cAsREx', nA1.1.ARn, RURRE, nom-El., Illl'INl"lCl.ll'l', PACKARD Second H010-CLOSE, ALIKRIGIIT, .1onNsoN, Tuonsmu., PODLICSAK, EA1Rc1.o1-xr, 1.1l.1.Ex', 1-EASE, MEYER Third RUIII'-'S'l'liRNAMAN, IKOIIICNSCIIATZ, Moun, KRAMER, CANNON, GRAHAM, ol.soN, CIIARLIGT, RISLEY MEMBERS IN FACULTY C. R. RICHARDS, B'.M.E.,M.E.,M.M.E. A. P. KRATZ, M.S. G. A. GOODENOUGH, M.E. A. C. WILLARD, B.S. O. A. LEUTWILER, M.E. B. W. BENEDICT, B.S. V. S. DAY, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates G. H. FELBECK, B.S. C. Z. ROSECRANS, B.S. Seniors L. W. CHARLET R. B. JOHNSON C. H. KRAMER . H. G. PODLESAK T. M. CANNON S. E. FAIRCLOTH J. S. MOHR A A. TI-IORSELL R. W. LILLEY E. C. STERNAMAN R. E. RISLEY A H. BODENSCHATZ O. H- OLSON G. C. GRAHAM J. A. BURKE P, D, CLOSE D. W. PEASE O. F. QUIGLEY R. H. REECE J. C. ALBRIGHT Juniors G. L. MEYER, JR. R, F, PACKARD A. M. HOUSER A D, SINDEN E. M. BALLARD E G. STALEY G- R- CASKEY O. N. WILTON R- FLDOEPEL R. W. IBENFELDT Four llimdzwl Ninety-ninr i Scarab PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL FRATERNITY Founded at University of Illinois 1909 Four Active Chapters . KARNAK TEMPLE CHAPTER Top Row-Mc DOWELL, FREEMAN Second R010--WIEDEMANN, NVETHERELL, IILIX, SODEIIDERG, CASSIDY, VAUGIIN, MELIN Third R010--MUELLER, GIMRE, IIEIS, IIUTLER, SIMMONS, GROVER, GALLIVAN, BURNSIDE Fourth. Row-IIICKEL, MILLER, BLISS, ALLISON, RANSFOILD, PALMER, MUIIS, BERNARD, REBS MEMBERS IN FACULTY JAMES M. WHITE, B.S. FRED N. EVANS, A.B., M.L.A. LORING H. PROVINE, A.E., B.S. DONALD M. ALLISON, A.B. NATHANIEL C. CURTIS, Ph.B'., B.S. CYRUS E. PALMER, M.S., B.S. ROBERT T. JONES, B.S. WILLIAM F. MCCAUGHEY, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors C. S. BERNARD J. B. MALLERS J. J. BICKEL W. G. MILLER S. W. BLISS W. R. MUELLER E. T. BLIX I. L. PETERSON K. A. BURNSIDE M. R. RANSEORD L. H, GALLIVAN M. L. REES G. S. GIMRE E. L. SIMMONS D. D. GRovER H. A. SODERBERG J. K. McDOWELL H. A. VAUGHN H. G. MCQUEEN N. E. WIEDEMANN ' Juniors J. B. BUTLER E. J. MCDONALD G. G. CASSIDY E. A. MUHS P. G. CRAIG E. C. ROBERTS H. D. FREEMAN R. E. SPANGLER H. B. HARRISON E. H. WETHERELL Sophomores R. N. MELIN L. J. REIS Five H undrcd .,,,...f.,..:1,:, 5 L U AVN A. ,F I I X I"'I Delta Sigma Rho HONORARY DEBATING AND ORATORICAL FRATERNITY Founded at University of Minnesota, 1906 Fifty-five Active Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER Established 1907 Top IQOIU-TAYLOR, AnNoI.D Second Row-woufrf, ARMSTRONG, s.xND1.ER Third RO!!!-'POWl5l.l., IINIGIIT, sAmcTT, ANDERSON MEMBERS IN FACULTY LEW R. SARETT, A.B. A WILLIAM E. BRITTON, A.M., J.D MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates JOHN HAROLD ARMSTRONG GALEN VICTOR KNIGHT Seniors JOHN H. POWELL EDWARD A. SANDLER A. T. ANDERSON Juniors DAVID A. WOLFF A. A, ARNOLD I GEORGE E. TAYLOR Five llunrlrcrl One Beta Alpha Psi PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANCY FRATERNITY Founded at University of Illinois 1919 Tap If0IL'7CARLSEN, uoncmlfuzn, ALISON, KEEIINEII Second Rozv-sUT1nzm.ANn, 'rAx'Lon, Townn, BELL Third Row-Monmsox, xxlannnmxx, ummx, TIIORPE, mms H. T. SCOVILL, A. N. V. AL1soN F. M. BEIEN H. P. BELL C. O. BORGMEIER RALPH CARLSEN C. C. HERRMANN MEMBERS IN FACULTY B., C.P.A. E. J. FILBEY, Ph.D., C.P.A. A. C. LITTLETON, A.M., C.P.A. Seniors P. C. TAYLOR C. B. KEEHNER R. H. MORRISON C. T. REES L. G. SUTHERLAND WALTER THORPE C. M. TOWER Five Ilundrcd Two Beta Gamma Sigma HONORARY COMMERCE FRATERNITY Founded at University of Wisconsin 1907 Seven Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1912 Top Row-IIEALY, AIIISON, ICMERY, MORRISON Second Row-SU'I'III-:nLAND, IKORGMEIIBR, MARX, mel-:S, IIEILRMANN Third RUIUA-IIULL, III-1I.I,, CARLSIGN, TOWER, CARROLL, CLAICAIIAN MEMBERS IN FACULTY HON. EDMUND J. JAMES, Ph.D. DEAN DAVID KINLEY, Ph.D. A DEAN CHARLES M. THOMPSON, Ph.D. NATHAN WESTON, Ph.D. MAURICE H. ROBINSON, Ph.D. , HIRAM T. SCOVILL, A.B., C.P.A. FREDERICK A. RUSSELL, Ph.D. W. E. BRITTON, J.D. A. C. LITTLETON, A.M., C.P.A. RALPH E. SPEERY, A.B'. GEORGE B. MCMILLEN, A.M. VICTOR L. KRANNERT, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates CHARLES CARROLL S eni ors NEWTON VINCENT ALISON HAROLD PHILIP BELL CASPER OSCAR BORGMEIER RALPH ARMAND CARLSEN LEWIS ARTHUR CLARAHAN ROBERT SIMPSON EMERY CLARENCE CHARLES HERRMANN WILLIAM CARLETON Five Ilzmdrvd Throw GALEN VICTOR KNIGHT TRUSTUM HAROLD HULL ELMER EDWARD MARX RUSSELL HOWARD MORRISON CHARLES THOMAS REES LELAND GOODRICH SUTHERLAND CARLETON MYRON TOWER HARRY WILSON GIBSON HEALY Home Economics Club - Founded at University of Illinois 1902 Top Row-PIOIIENS, IILANESLEE, WXNN, IIOLT, KELLEY, RUTLEDGE, I-'ULTz, RAIIN Second H0111-CLARK, Mc GREGOR, IIUMPIIREY, wIsE, BUTLER, MARSH, IIEISTER, ANDERSON, SOIIIERRAUM, CREMEANS Thnd Row-EELI., LEE, ENOEL1IAnnT, MONOIION, LENT, I-INNELL, GLANZNICR, sl-ATES, OOOOINO, EERRE, WASIIBURN FOIUUL ROI!!-SIIANV, THEILEN, STEINER, NEXVTON, SIXRIMPLIN, FLEMING, IIERSMAN, MONTGOMERY, YACKEY, FRAZIER, IIARLANU ELIZABETH ANDERSON CHARLOTTE BEISTER ELIZABETH BLAKESLEE LUCY BURWASH MAUDE BUTLER JENNIE CLARK LOLA CREMEANS DOROTHY DELL LORA EUGELHARDT LETITIA FERREE ELLEN FLEMING DOROTHY FRAZIER DOROTHY FULTZ ALMA GLANZNER HELEN HARLAND GLADYS HERSMAN NELLIE HOLT INA HOLTERMAN MARTHA HUMPHREY BERNICE JOHNSON JUANITA KELLEY FLORENCE LEE OSA LENT BESSIE MARSH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARION MCGREGOR NELLIE MONIER IRMA MONOHON WINIFRED MONTGOMERY HELEN NEWTON LOUISE PICKENS GERTRUDE RAHN MARGARET RUTLEDGE ELIZABETH SAGER EDNA SCHIERBAUM DELIA SHAW PEARL SHRIMPLIN GLADYS SPATES HANNAH STAHL VERYL STEINER CHRISTINE STUBBS SOPHIE THEILEN RUBY TURNQUIST AvA WASHBURN MARY JANE WEIR FERN WINN ELEANOR WISE CORDELIA YACKEY MARIE ZIKA Five Hundred Four Umicron Nu HONORARY HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE SOCIETY Founded at Michigan Agricultural College 1912 Fourteen Active Chapters EPSILON CHAPTER Establzlehed at Illinois 1.914 Li 1 Top Row-M. SLOAN, CREMEANS, RAIIN, FLIEMING Second 1f0IU'SPATES, GLANZNER, RUTLEDGE, A. SLOAN, FERRICE ISABEL BEVIER GEORGIA FLEMING FLORENCE CHURTON AGNES SLOAN ELEANORA MORRISON GLADYS SPATES LOLA CREMEANS GERTRUDE RAHN Fwc Ilumlrvd Five MEMBERS IN FACULTY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSIT Graduates Seniors LETITIA FERREE LETA BAUE EMMA BEYER ADA HUNT Y JANE LEICHSENRING MADELENE SLOAN ALMA GLANZNER MARGARET RUTLEDGE ELLEN FLEMING Phi Beta Pi PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY Founded at Pittsburg University 1891 Thirty-Four Chpaters IOTA CHAPTER Established at University of Illinois 1.902 MEMBERS IN FACULTY GEORGE P. DREYER, A.B., Ph.D. B. BARKER BEESON, B.S., M.D. CHARLES S. BACON, Ph.B., M.D. CARL G. S. RYDON, M.D. LEE H. METLER, A.M., M.D. FRANKLIN S. WILSON, M.D. 0'r'ro H. ROHRLOCK, Ph.G., M.D. GEORGE W. WOODNECK, M.D. EDWARD F. LEONARD, M.D. H. J. SMEJKAL, M.D. MAURICE L. BLATT, M.D. P. G. ALBRECHT, Ph.D. HAROLD J. MCCOY, B.S., M.D. WALTER H. THEOBALD, B.S., M.D. CHARLES E. HUMISTON, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates G. ALLEN W. J. NOONAN G. CLINE H. B. NORVIEL L. DRAPER A. J. RUPPENTHAL G. IRVINE W. B. STROMBERG G. KRYDER C. L. WHITE H. MCCOY F. R. THOMPSON Seniors H. CHAMPLIN M. H. MILLER R. FREARK M. M. 0cHs E. GRAMER H. J. SCHMIDT S. A. MURPHY Juniors C. A. BAcoN M. B. HEBEISEN W. H. BRowNE, JR ' l W. J. HEINEKAMI' R. C. BURKETT S, G. PLICE N. D. CRAWFORD R. H. SCHROEDER H. S. TESTIN Sophomores W. L. BUHRMAN J. H. RUTLDGE E. KELLY M. P. ULLMAN H. MEYER W. H. VEN'rREss J. K. MoUER Freshmen ' T. DAVIDSON C. R. MAGILL H. . EDWARDS J. A. PETERSON F. ETHERTON J. F. RALSTON J. HAHN R. B. STOOPS A. M. HANSEN G. J. TYGETT J. HOSKINS L. A. WRIGHT T. GOTTSCHALK P. W. TRANTOR Five H undrcd Six R I , , Phi Beta Pi T011 H0741-GOTTSCIIALIC, TRANTOR, XVRIGIIT, STOOPS, EDWARDS, IIOSKINS, TYGETT, HAXIN, KELLY SOCO7ld R010-DAVIDSON, ETIIERTON, MOEUR, ULLMAN, IIUTLEDRE, VENTRESS, IKUHRMAN, MAGILL, IIANSON Tll.i7'd R010-MC COY, BRONVNE, SCIIRDEDER, IIEINEKAMP, TESTIN, BURKETT, IIEBEISEN, MEYER Fourth 'ROIU--RALSTON, MURPIIY, DR. ALHRECIIT, MILLER, FRIGARK, SCIIMIDT, CRAVVFORIY, PLICE Five Humlrcd Seven Q' I Iv. M ' I ..w . r ,EJB .Q ., . -fi, -',."?. ' ,J , -,,.,w.. P...N'A-x, x,. S M C331 yr. if .- -LA 'rrrrrrzrffz-171'v3:rf7:--i+::-:f,:i':11:11-T::'r TTT-'r7:ATf4 -l -:' 2: I V'-A'.y,1i'?E'.-:':5'-?:- v:f:-f - --v:-': ---11-:--11+-rvT -ina IL L lO'f Q'.f.'.?f' 7-fili. ' 3:22:41 lm ' ' ' D' 4r,,,:V3,,.f5,. -A V ty fi. wh 192 5332i Nu S1gma Nu L'-'I' ig -41 633.3 PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY xiii ICQ.. .,i.-gf' JAM ,I may fijq Founded at University of Michigan 1882 gif 'YE Thirty-Four Active Chapters gf-Q Wg 5257: QW .TWD QQ ETA CHAPTER Established at University of Illinois 18.92 3:5823 I ai gg fefi Iii: 5,9-UIQ 1PlU-if KEY MEMBERS IN FACULTY .15 W. E. QUINE, M.D., LL.D. C. S. WILLIAMSON, M.S., M.D. Aff 0. A, KING, M.D. F. G. DYAS, M.D. IRQ? D. A. K. STEELE, M.D., LL.D. F. D. MOORE, M.D. :im H. BYFORD, A.M., M.D. WM. HARSHA, B.S., M.D. Ejyfl F. B. EARLE, M.D. J. C. BECK, M.D. 5,55 354 F. E. SENEAR, B.S., M.D. E. V. L. BROWN, B.S., M.D. ,gffieg lfxfx H. L. POLLOCK, M.D. C. A. ELLIOTT, M.D., C.M. tg 1:13 5314, J. WEATHERSON, M.D. HUGH MCGUIGAN, B.S., Ph.D., M.D. ME. ,ff L. H. MAYERS, A.B., M.A., M.D. W. C. HAMMOND, M.D. O. E. NADEAU, B.S., M.D. J. W. NUzAM, B.S., M.D. Q, QQ. E. W. RYERSON, M.D. E. S. MOORE, Ph.B., M.D. I gg: KS' : 651. Wifi, gg MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ilgigf ,Pgaj Q:-A Swim 6:55, P. S. CARLEY G. E. CLARKE 5225 G. D. GERNON T. B. MAGATH Agp tg C. K. GABRIEL A. S. ARNQUISI' T35 'kffj K. J. KAISER J. B. STEVENS 15,79 H. L. FORD E. T. BLAIR gf. R. E. ASHLEY ,133 I . Y 535 Juniors ESQ? F T Eli U35 I P .T. BRONSON A. C. NICIIELS Q :gp H. O. DENNIS T. R. VANPELT 5251: SS, FRANK-STEWART T. A. RoS'r :WQJ pysjlj H. B. LDUGHERY R. A. MRoz lifig mg J. D. DAVIS P333 Ifefaz E653 xg Sophomores gif, 1.253 J. R. DEWEY I . A. J. RISSINGER 31155, I-If! G V PONTIUS I INS WEE I ' ' 1,151.1 . ll1?'ff5 If,-jjj Freshmen HQ-1' C. GOFF H. F. CORSAN 1'.Q?j,I' G. H. GARRISDN E. ALCIVAR pw 55.13, I W. M. BYERS R. P. CARON p5i5f,a 11355, J. L. BOLLMAN H. 0. GROSS ffijyj . C. C. MAHER ,gftigl 'Mis Five Hundred Eight 133 K X 'X LU 'wut' f 'VT 'Y ,. ,- . '.'-' f 'tw rl.-"1-rf . ,,:If.'fj.ffffwif,F577'g'A'1TQg 4 ..1 1... 'D' ' l '-- f ' ' . ' . A v- -v-- - 1 A - 2'.,.J ..-. V Y ..,... . va., - .W ..,,..... 'LYJFT Y1L?f"Rfu?mi'H.D Szfffff fi'+7' ti5'ii?i' 'ibmlfjff 'TEZ'lif'I"'-ff . nf Jfzsfffff P" fr- 'S - I I ' 'X ' ' I " " if 1 I I .x...,.f.I u Sigma Nu v' Top Row-cnoss, CARON, ALCIVAR, CORSAN, conf, GARRISON, Mmmn, nvmzs Second Row-Mnoz, 1-mN'r1Us, VAN Pmxr, mss1Ncmn, DENVEY, nosr. rmvls Third R020-DENNIS, NICKELS, wucxfxnnv, cmmzv, s'rmwAn'r, 1moNsoN, BOLLMAN Five H1md1'vd N inc Alpha Kappa Kappa PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY Founded at Dartmouth College 1888 Forty-Four Chapters A ETA CHAPTER Established at University of Illinois 189.9 MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' HENRY L. BAKER, M.D. FRED R. CROOKS, M.D. CHARLES DAVISON, AM., M.D. ROBERT L. FURBY, M.D. AROHIE GRAHAM, B.S., M.D. EDWARD L. HEINTZ, Ph.G., M.D. JOHN R. HARGER, B.S., M.D. LYNDON HARRIS, M.D. J. HAYES HESS, M.D. LOUIS G. HOFFMAN, M.D. HENRY E. IRISH, M.D. ROBERT W. KEETON, M.S., M.D. KARL A. MEYER, M.D. GEORGE J. LORCH, Ph.G., M.D. V. D. LESPINASSE, B.S., M.D. B. F. LOUNSBURY, B.S., M.D. H. F, MARS, Ph.G., M.D. RAYMOND W. MCNEALLY, M.D. WALTER E. MCCORKLE, Ph.B., M.S., M.D. CHESTER H. PERKINS, B.S., M.D NORVAL PIERCE, M.D. CHARLES E. PHIFER, M.D. C. C. ROGERS, B.S., M.D. W. T. ROGERS, B.S., M.D. RICHARD C. STEFFAN, M.D. WESLEY J. WOOLSTON, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARSHALL C. DAVISON GEORGE ELVIDGE Graduates WALTER R. FISHER EVERETT LAMBERTSON Seniors LOUIS T. BAXTER THOMAS T. RIOKLIFFE ARTHUR R. BOGUE FRANKLIN L. RUBRIGHT ERNEST J. BROSIUS LAMBERTUS WARMOLTS WILLIAM CARTER GEORGE H. WOODRUFF J. WILLIAM PARKER WILLIAM B. WRIGHT LEO C. MERRILL Juniors LEONARD L. CHARPIER JOSEPH E. F. LAIBE F. LELAND CHENOWETH DON C. MERRILL WILLIAM J. FOCKE PAUL W. RUSH ADCLPH KRAFT LEONARD F. WEBER Sophomores GLEN W. DOOLEN WILLIAM A. MANN DONALD E. FAXON WILLIAM H. MYERS JULIUS FLEISCHNER OTTO A. REINHARD E Freshmen EUGENE BAKER JOHN F. KELLEY C. HAROLD EYE STANLEY F, JANICKE MORTON J. MILLS CORDELLE A. WOOD J. CARL RIESS Five Hundred Ten Alpha Kappa Kappa . EE . A Top Ifow--lmlilm, JANICIQB, XVOOII, .Mn,I3, 1im.Lx', EYE Sccmzd Rozu-xfoczus, misss, REINIIARIT, xf,xXON, n0ox.AN, MYERS, FLEXSCIINIGR, MANN Third Rozvgclmxowmll, wvmxlcn, lmnlmn, L. MICRIKIL, cAwrlcn, WRIGHT, wAmIol.'rs, 1.A1ma Fourth Rozvvnulmlclflw, lmxwzsn, nn. 1Ilc1NTz, nn. nAv1soN, DR. IRISH, nAclu.11fFE, nouuu Fi va Ilzmdrcd Elr:vm'L Phi Chi PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY Founded at Kentucky University 1899, Thirty-Five Active Chapters UPSILON IOTA CHAPTER Established at University of Illinois 1918 Top R010-1IARTZI.Iil'K, WILLIAMS, HARRIS, NIELSON Second Row-wEAn, MITCHELL, HUGHES, xmnsumv, POTTS Third Row--EITCII Mc crmnm, s1IunTLEl-'l-', PETRASE, WARREN, uosrrms MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. J. MOORE, B.S., M.S., M.D. W. B. METCALF, M.D. R. A. Woons A. E. OLsoN A. R. MCCRADIE F. R. FITCH H. S. WARREN C. O. HUGHES R. A. HARRIS A. D. HARTZLER J. NIELSON C. D. BUTLER, M. D. MEMBERS' IN UNIVERSITY Graduates H. F. DTLLER Seniors A. PETRASS Juniors A. HOSPERS Sophomores A. L. Freshmen POTT A. WALKER S. METCALF S. SHURTLEFF O. HERSHEY E. MITCHELL J. MCINTIRE T. WEAD K. WILLIAMS Five Hundred Twelve PS1 Qmega PROFESSIONAL DENTAL FRATERNITY Founded at Baltimore College of Dental Surgery 1892, Forty-Six Chapters BETA ALPHA CHAPTER Established at University of Illinois 1903 Top R0'lUfXVENDLESDORF, nmvuas, Mosman, ANm.ansoN, mu., rmxcnorr Second R010-CAMPBELL, MNNEGAN, SCIIMECKEBIER, noracxc, MARTIN, BARTON, mzncms Third Row-wmam-, wnnmsn, Jonas, cnmcmvoon, nocnuav, N1m.sn:N, MOI.l.lCNIi0I'F, ovnfumoclc Fourth Row-xmv, wfxnn, uo1.1.MAN, mm-En, lmnvmy, cr.1N1'm, uuumn, PAYTON MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. A. WRIGHT E. BUSH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY " Seniors D. SANNES Juniors A. G. MELSEN J. W. BANCROFT R. G. GREENWOOD H. H. OFFENLOCK C. M. JONES H. G. BRINKMAN C. G. ROCKEY Soplioonores W. W. HARVEY J. FINNEGAN W. L. SHMECKEBIER E. W. MOLLENKOPF W. O. BOECK Freshmen M. E. F. ANDERSON B, C, MARTIN L. E. HEDGES R, C, BOYD L. J. WIDMEYER W, L, GRAY H- H. WARD C. W. WENDELSDORF H. F. WERNER R, S, RAY J. A. BUTLER G, F, BARNES W- H- BARTON F. P. MOELLER R- C- PAYTON R. W. BOLLMAN L. RITTER Five Hundred Thirteen . , xr- -f f 'N 1 ,. I. I ,xg ,-ffifelziifiijgplir-3?-A I 'Q AA -ff 1,-ff 5 . 'N -I---Av--: 7:,v':'yT Ir, Hi.: 53' yr' 751:-'k1'13'f"?31:f-A" Y" V112-f:'5""?:', :",.Q4yf':'f'v.7" , tg ""1",f'f""'j-YT' " ' Twp" -. R -, Ed? HS E15 + ' -, l ' o ' V G23 5 .C Kappa PS1 df, C51 Q PROFESSIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL I-'RATERNITY ffl, Q35 Founded at New Haven, Connecticut 1879, If ' Fifty-Two Active Chapters in Rfiv' , 2 fe E . CHI CHAPTER : Q9 tb, ,N g :va Established at University of Illinois 1910 if: 1 . , , 233 " I MEMBERS IN FACULTY I HQ WILLIAM BAKER DAY ALBERT HENRY CLARK ' L55 CLYDE MASON SNOW EDMUND NORRIS GATHERCOAL -Q :.- I +21 I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ei ICD 5 4:9 'Cb 36 5, .fi Ti Q '. ' E Seniors E . . ' g . .- '-1 A. RALPH DAVIDSON BAXTER E. LIGHT1-'OOT E 5 HARRY N. DINNSENI JARSOLAV MADERA 5, , LQ EDWARD C. HIGGINS CARL A. MAETHER 2 1" 2 CLARENCE HOLSTON FAYETTE 0. MERRILL 2 - C33 5255 ALLAN HUMPHREY LEON A. RAMBO 52, 55 HARLAN L. JENKINS CYRENUS SICKMAN g A pcb HARRY J. JENSEN ALBERT F. VONDRACEK C: QQ? LOUIS KAREL RICHARD OLIVER 433 -I I RALPH W. WINDMUELLER Q - R P. A ' Q2 I9 . G39 QQ, Juniors 5 L55 - ' ,gg CLARENCE FEUERBACHER LLOYD N. KUNKEL 1- 5-? ORAL R. FINCH FLOYD B. STILL 'bf' RQ FREDERICK PELCK J. O. STOTLER I 352 A i C' l F2 P22 Kg Five llumlred Fourteen X54 'N --f' I Jm,,--- , U- . - ' -'N' ' N ' -T554 ..... ..... ... ... ... . ... . ... i V .il ?2!Xs1? 'TW If WKISRQFRUE. ... Kappa Psi Top Rom- slcmmw, lfmclr, lmlvmo, rmvms0N, .mNsl-:N, wmmllvl-:1.1.lc1: Sw-mul Rom'-0I.lvlel:, S'l'0Tl.AR, MAIIICIIA, .mN1uNs, VONDRACICK, MAl'I'I'lHiIC, Ml-:mum Third Hom' IWICUICIIISACIIHII, IIOLSTON, l.IGllTl"00'I', Immms, lmnm., IDINNSICN, IIIYAIPIIRICY Fourth Raw- mv, SNOW, c1.,xnK, u,vr1xr:nco,xl, Five Ilundrcd I"iflvc'n Phi Rho Sigma . X S K E PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY Fownded at Northwestern University gl! Medical College 1890, zjj Twenty-Six Chapters If gf BETA CHAPTER Established at University of Illinois 1894 Q23 MEMBERS IN FACULTY E12 M. L. GOODKIND, B.A., M.D. H. S. HULBERT, B.S., M.D. 1, A. E, HALSTEAD, M.D. FREDERICK TICE, M.D. NELSON M. PERCY, M.D. 9. Q45 'Q viz. J. MCI. PATTON, M.D. If FRANK SMITHIES, M.D. H, I. I. CHARLES M. JACOBS, M.D. G. F. THOMPSON, M.D. J. A. CAVANAUGH, M.D. FRANK CHAUVET, M.D. F. H. FALLS, B.A., M.D. fir CHANNING W. BARRETT, A.B., M.D. HARRY CULVER, B.S., M.D. in R. E. FLANNERY, M.D. E. J. FORD, B.A., M.D. .Eg W. C. COMEE, M.D. H. C. BIGGLESTONE, B.A. IQ1. Q1 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 1 .fi Seniors 'Ly H. H. HELLER P. J. WERNER .212 JOSEPH LA RoccA E. B. DONAVAN ig H. E. OLIVER' ' Juniors R. E. PINKERTON J. H. JEWELL ,tv F. A. RETTIG A L. A. ALESON :P C. L. MULFINGER F. R. RICHMOND J. S. COLEMAN D. N. RUDNICK 12' C. C. SAELHOF E. N. D'ALCORN il C. R. PRZYPYSZNY J. P. JOHNSTON gif: H. B. ,JEWELL F. L. MCGRATH .gi Sophomores I P. B. MONROE W. R. RosE B. M. BAILEY J. F. SMITH ' Freshmen ff F. B'. LUCAS THEODORE REUTHER ij CARL WILKE ' S. C. HARRIS I S. J. IMBIORSKI A. I. MATHRE E. R. FIETZ E. A. LANSCHE G. J. BAUMGARTNER D. C. REEVES H. E. SHERMEISTER E. E. MCCOY ,P R. G. LINTER D. S. KELLOGG K Five Hundred Sixteen 1 1 x . I V AZ. .,.. !...:.,.x Phi Rho Sigma xxx Top Row-smmr, mzwrmm, HARRIS, xucmoczc, XVILKE, Mc cow, MA'rnmz, LUCAS Sccoml Row-msmvns, 1mIl.m', J. .nawm.r., nm'T1c:, H. .mwm,L, Moxnol-1, l,ANsc1m Third H0147--COLI-IMAN, n',xLconN, LArmcc,x, l'INKlilE'l'0N, 1mLL1cn, s,xl1:l.un1v Fourth Row-1.1N'rN1-:n, .u,xssraN, .1ouNsToN, Mu1.FxNc:lcn, 1'nzwx'szNx', nunmclc Five llumlrcd Seventeen ff' 10241,-7 ji I -.4, . f..-.4 4. f.. .1 ,I Q. 1, 'za 514. .-'H IN :- A.. .IMI I. M1 .-4 .-.,, A . -.. r 3 U r' ff-.:-----Tr-rW1fTr? A:q:1 , . ,--- 'R .rm c '-f'7-ffi' ffl.: ,'1.."P1i:,I 1f7'f:E.I1 .IL-'I' ,'f' . .4 f 5- , I V- qu' .31 A .-.-, :Q .yrxqjg 1.1-3. 5351: .4 f' ":1YT:'i:1::':".'r::if' -'- ' ll' ,TT " A fwlztfi Hriii C lgllfw Vqg,-1 35.5, Delta S1gma Delta X-4515 PROFESSIONAL DENTAL ERATERNITY 53621. . . 15.313 Founded at University '5x'5.5,i ,"gL'1f?1 of Michigan 1832 milf: RHO CHAPTER glgljy .I Established at University of Illinois 1891 gf-Tiff IV?" 1 If gfr: 5.3133 MEMBERS IN FACULTY F. B. MOOREHEAD, M.S., D.D.S., M.D. W. KUBACKI, D.D.S. 'LUN 'fgj if F. J. BERNARD, D.D.S. J, C. MCGUIRE, D.D.S. 29,4 ,:Kl'I:f,.f G. W. DITTMAR, D.D.S. F. B. NoYEs, B.S., D.D.S. Iggy 'gras D. M. GALLIE, D.D.S. B. 0. SIPPY, A.B., D.D.S. 22' , J. s. GRIMSON, D.D.S. s. P. STARR, D.D.S. 5,15 R. W. WILDER, D.D.S. L. SCHULTZ, M.D., D.D.S. ,032 r Q J. E, FONDA, D.D.S. N. G. THOMAS, M.A., D.D.S. Agp, 11.373 C. W. STEWART, D.D.S. W. I. WILLIAMS, D.D.S. jj, j-gif L. G. BAKE, D.D.S. G. L. WEIR, D.D.S. U51 gi-'jlbgg MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY fflj ff Seniors fi' ,FRN L. W. SCHULTZ W. E. ENTRIKIN '4' 51 L. B. CASSUT C. A. TOLINE Q TSW O. B. YEATMAN A. I. MATES Q3 iff' . IV'l'fff55 Juniors Q1.gJgH B. T. BROWN W. B. MIDDLETON -5-'ZW C. S. CLARK R. E. WORSLEY geo R E. S. CoE E. F. MUNRO ggi gg, I W. G. DAHLKE D. C. PREHN QQ 5,5 R. W. DUNN W. R. STOCKSTAD .93 ,Lg L. A. DYER E. H. RYAN . CQ' Mg? R. U. GRIEI-'E W. E. REESE Q? ..--Q 4 9 : 4,110 Ig, Sophomores D. L. BEsHoAR . L. W. HUGHES gg- R. F. BLACK H. HOHMAN 5. E. A. HERMES W. P. ROCK j g Ir,-YQ J. R. JONES H. D. SWAIN Sffiy N. J. KRABBIE H. W. WILLIS QQ Ifflil QQ l Freshmen Z G. D. BONE P. SWEDBURG G-Si HSP? J. C. BRADY L. LIscoM Qj .2-Gyil. C. C. CALL W LEMASTER gr 51.514 S. CASSAD P. MCNEAR S5251 D. FITZ HENRY L. HoYT . i22J H933 H. TROVILLIAN NoYEs . 55 '-Q" K. ARMEN . RR -pf K. EALL PHILLIPS F3 N. INGsToN . EHM ' P. S. KINGDON F. E. SCOTT 15 65.11 B. E. STARK rg? S555 22 rx. . ' gg E V Five Hundred Eighteen I Y I+ V' " T"'-JK1T11"U-X111'!X1X"' W Yu. "' "'zL1.L:" :.:1::aJ::uLz.u.r: """"'i':x-11: -f-- ggi,-'W -w - ".-:-.-:--- -i Delta Sigma Delta I' lIUl'lll'i XVIIIIQ KIIAIXIHI' .l0NlCS,l1I41IlMlCS, SWAIN Top Ifowfm1lm1mU,3'1-rmN, uoclc, HICSIIOAII, lame X, . ., Sm-and lcon:-f1lonM,xN, smuclc, 1mx.l,, IIONIC, cm:-zv, mum, RIGICSIC, s'rocKs'r,xn, llAlIl.lil'Z, cmlcli, Pru-:HN Third Ram-mNc:su'oN, wonsm-:x', MUNno, x'1cA'1'mAN, 'romxx-2, scllumz, cAssU1"r, lcN1'n1c,xN, my-zu, IIPIYNN 1"om'tlL 1f0IU--l.lGMAS'l'I'2ll, SCOTT, SXVICIPISUIKU, lumlw, l"l'l'Z 111-:Nnx', I'llII.I.lI'S, mm, c,x1.l,, luclm, ammmx, nom Five Ilumlrcd 1Vim'l1'0H v A f w University Landscape Architects' Society Founded at University of Illinois 1913, Four Active Chapters R. R. ROOT CHAPTER Top R010-BROBIM, mans, cuvmr: Second R010-PETERSON IIILL, BLAIR LVALS Mcvourn MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. C. BLAIR, M.S. C. S. HILL, B.S. F. N. EVANS, A.B., M.L.B. L. D. TILTON, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors I. L. PETERSON M. L. Rams A. C. BROMM G. S. GIMRE J. K. :MCDOWELL Five Hundred Twenty ,g iQ, 1- 1 XP ' VXI L X l . ,. .. . . WL ' " 'wq2:.:,:ig3"F2""IF'-v:.--.-.-.wit-..'.'-.:x1--.'.u-I-Es' .--5i,f...h-.-1..J!!I" .f1"'. I-A 'L':,5.I:f Ugg: ar'-Z -:'v ' A I.. 6 v 1.5.15 V,-Ik: w 'E . ' . 'x 115.212 -23351211-.,e. :LESS g:'g'?' A :ft-11'-"-' 1 '-gi -. '. X. -ss -12' ' '-1 ' 4 'ef f x 1- - r-I-' . f' ' -f-::. .. -1 iff? I 4:':::'1'--.-..-:Z '.-.H--. ..: s.'::-l-fi1-'5-':'-:'-- - ?.i::.:::::. 'f--1..L:L'.'-'-'fa' Id, f.I' fm- 'f:- Y 1 X I x , x, xv :I ..3:::-.-:- a :ge 3 -' 1 , ,vi-' ' 6 , N 2 :Q-. X I J: P W 9 Half' - 'fx 13 X ' F3 212 1 .'-" 'WU 1 Xififfi' 2 ' 'I x X: ' ' :I I "1 ' I 4: ' 'X . E4 , X 1: ei .: . . 25. X X " T3 . -. - I n .f .-1--5:1 :-11:11-K.-'w -X -Q ,,, J. , I I i7-" ' ' 1 I.lg::"-- -5: 1 I,.,.-,Z 3 I-in lu -Q X ff J -r- :': ':J'- :I ' :.'.. " ..' "-:ff I.: I: . 21. 1'-'21 , ff f:f.SE'6- 'xr I f'-.-I,'-If-:I , A L :..,3. 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DIEHL Delta Chi . TOURTELOT Sigma Phi . RAPP Zeta Psi S. G. SMITH Phi Sigma Kappa L. J. REIS Psi Upsilon W. VAN PELT Alpha Delta Phi R. H. DAVIS Chi Phi C. S. WRIGHT Theta F Alpha L '.v ..1 ,Q AT ,..-2 ,il X. V. P. fr, ... .4 ', K . . ..,, , g ,X .1. .1-' . A gp.. .. x 5 M 'T f fV1'Q"x'. Cv if ' A Qi fTff'ffT:Tf::7-W1 7: : 'T-r -T75 pw.-.: " "fW3:'-fu ' R 'MEEI ' 'V xrwrx fv.:T-":,v.'-WT" 1'-in 'C rf' "" P" :.JL"'..' r "T" : 1 .1 LL -' 'lr 'IX' UTD: TJ' S .lb milf '--.GU . Fx 'Qui' V817 lf-in llc' fl-W . d C alll' u an rescent We A 12' ifilff f... 1 4' -' 'gjbulp INTER-1-'RATERNITY SOPHOMORE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION lLf'3,ll, GLS!! . . "ll 3:1 :. Founded at University "5 Akxif' . . EQ, C555 of Wisconsin. 1907 ,.Lg1.i1N Four Active Chaptefrs Eggs,-. NA .1 . .5-.H Eg zgqqlgi My .Q HELMET CHAPTER mg, ,- . ,. ..,- A, If QQ? QE .,, . G? K3 .4 X. Q55 t lftxi I.: .. Qi? .pg TI , . 5. 10:3 Q.--1 r if A, R.-5 T354 L JJ. -1 v T: K R K. S uf 4 LJ? ll 1 Established at Illinois 1.917 VT' l Cjj MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Delta Tau Delta W. C. SMITHERS D. M. PAT'r1soN Sigma Chi O. M. BARR W. F. WOLK Kappa Sigma G. F. MCGINNIS F. F. GEISS Phi Kappa Sigma M. C. CARLSON W. K. SPENCE Phi Delta Theta G. W. MACDONALD F. D. BENNITT Alpha Tau Omega A. A. SQUIER J. K. BROOKS Phi Gamma Delta D M ERB A G BRADT Sigma Alpluz Epsilon M F CooLEY R G GRAHAM Beta Theta Pi A H BowEN C D JACOBS Sigma Nu D B MURRAY A L HARDING Phi Kappa Psi A K MACMASTER W K FORD Delta Kappa Epsilon A W MOHR R Z HENLE Chi Psi J P THOMPSON J R KNIGHT Delta Upsilon J. M. LEWIS D. G. MACLAIN Acacia W. B. PRESTON J. ZALESKI Theta Delta Chi H. S. HAWORTH Sigma VH. T. SowERs Pi E. L. DEVOE N. A. HAMMOND Alpha Sigma Phi H. A. SLAUGHTER R. S. LLEWELLYN Zeta Psi D. F. BOWEY E. E. TAYLOR Phi Sigma Kappa O E DILLAVOU H T RANKIN Psi Upsilon H H EVANS D M WARREN Alpha Delta Phi E K MARTIN J P NEEDLER Tau Kappa Epsilon L I MCCORD M M OLANDER Phi Kappa F J PHALEN E C MAC DONALD Chi Phi ei, AV.. . I cap .sw fl' L.. f,.'f 5 F 515 1. ffl 3' H A J I I 55 YD: 64 , 9 fl, .K l 11, :EM I r"E 5522 ' "1 232 Q '- g D, QQ: ffl? rj ll , . I D I I J H COOLIDGE G L SCHULER SQ' Fnc Hundred Tucnty tuo 'DI YT 1 . . . . 5 K is 3 . . . . . 95 Q i -' - . - - . C5 E Slit I .' .' .' ' Q. . Eg 1 ' lx . . - . E ,J wfjl Q . . D . . . 6,2 . . . . . . GQ Rep . . C? Fi-I ' ' ' 3 Rig - - . . - - . -1 53:5 , , 552 15:53 . . ' Q31 A-g , 3 fi 53211: - A Q! lifij Qi lil- LLL. ,W ,,,,. -, ...nn W A ,, ,, , , ,AW ,,,-,A..L,-. ....A,-.-4-..E4..-.-----...-,.....-.i--.-i.-. :Ny-' A Q V :Q Q' Vzxpgm .31 jr- f i z, ' Y' zu,x.1.az.' ff I .Y M X45 " lf. 'V 1 v , 4 xxxzn.N M V: ., " .' N - . ' '. . ,I 431. I ' I Skull and Crescent Top ROII'-'-SCIIUIJ-IR, M.xcnoN,xl.n, fzlmlmxl, KI-inmxs, MUlmM', GICISS, I'REs'1'0N, Ill-IYOIC Srvond Nom --w,xnm-:N, SOXVICRS, 'r1loMl'soN, s1'x2Nc1c, Mcconn, omxnlaxc. c,xmsoN, 0001.1-:x', 1-:xuxxs Third I:Ull'illARlllNG, zixmlrr, I-mn, mmwr, 1lAXYOR'I'II, BAIIII, MAcnoN,u.h, 1-IIIGLAN, .lAc0ns, IIANKIX Fourth lfou'--nowxav, 'mx'1.or:, 1-'or:n, MUGINNIS, lfonsoml, C00l.IllliI'I, now!-:N, IHCNNITT, 1n1.l,,xvmr Five l'lundrc'd T1l'1'I1lU-Ulflff YO-Ma INTER-SORORITY SOCIAL ORGANIZATION Founded at University of Illinois 1907 Top ROI!!-FOSTER, sAMMONs, LILI., PARSONS, VANDERVORT, SCOTT, AMSIIARY, KIRKPATIIICK Second Row-OILLEN, GAY, NILSON, NIOIIOLS, REMV, SCIIUMAN, Ru-LEY, IIALTEIKMAN, GAYER Third Row-BEACH, ANTHONY, SNELL, FRASER, LOSEE, IIOLT, FERA, WILSON, OOUGIILAN, swumas President, HARRIET FERA OFFICERS Vice-President, ISABEL LOSEE ADDIE AMSBARY HARRIET FERA BETH HOLT ANN COOLEY MARGARET HEDGE ISABELLE LOSEE CLARA DUNSETH EDITH LILL KATHERINE KEMP LUCILE KILE JEAN WHITE GLADYS FRASER GERTRUDE SNELL ELSIE KIRKPATRICK HELEN BEACH ANN WILLIAMS IRENE SCHUMAN ANNITA VANDERVORT MEMBERS Juniors CHRYSTINE STUBBS Sophoinores Secretary, LOIS WILSON Treasurer, BETH HOLT WILDA FOSTER MAYME HOFFMAN INA HALTERMAN PAULINE NICHOLS Lois WILSON LENORE SCOTT BERYL DAVIS LORAINE SAMMONS RUTH COUGHLAN DOROTHY RIPLEY MILDRED GILLEN ELSIE GAYER JOSEPHINE HOFFMAN FRANCES DITTMAN BEATRIOE ANTHONY ANN NILSON LETTY GAY MARY PARSONS Five Hunrlrccl Twenty four Lambda Tau Rho Founded at Ohio State University 1910 Seven Active Chapters ORANGE CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1911, T017 R010-KIRKPATRICK, HART UNG, SAFFER Second Row-J. ARMSTRONG, JEFFRIES, F. ARMSTRONG, DORAN, IIENDRIGN Third R02U'-B. SUTHERLAND, Loclcwoon, HODGSON, L. SUTXIIEILLAND, NVIIITTIER, HARNETT MEM JOHN HAROLD ARMSTRONG HORACE M. HODGSON WILLIAM F. LOGKWOOD MILLARD EDWARD DORAN IRVING W. BARNETT GEORGE A. HARTUNG OWEN S. HENDREN Five Hundred Twenty-five BERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors J nniors Soplzomofres LELAND GOODRICH SUTHERLAND REX E. SAFFER JOHN H. JEFFRIES FREDERICK C. ARMSTRONG JESSE B. KIRKPATRICK WESLEY BURR SUTHERLAND HEMAN JAMES WHITTIER LA... rr. A I K"- 3 .L " '1 .-.1 ,ggwv ' 4.3, V ' . , 1' " xf- - A 'g v--.W .1 fgilv ..,Y - Aww.. . -M.--- r.,,, ,, ,,-,, .4 ,t. ,.,,. ...,.- .v'::'. 'eil'-A .Rx - 1 1 A.. -.1 1 '.'-:ET I fa lgkzf 55 21.3.59 iv-gr 'fffi NQ1 .Wg 'A A 1,1 M53 .QQ 'maj M3552 grbip . Q Q fiftgi Ad 1 h L S me e p 1C 1terary Oc1ety W M fem M315 . . . . EIS? ,L-... Founded at Unwerszty o Illmozs 1867 1. 1,4 ,pin wj:-.., F23 W MEMBERS IN FACULTY qi.-. IRA O. BAKER, Ph.D. O, A. BARNES, M.S. QA: C. M. THOMPSON, Ph.D. W. W. YAPP, M.S. Ig..gagg LORADO TAFT C. M. HOGAN Qgiqwy . V1 ,fi -S. iff- 1:5211 rw? ff c-gn Q-L15 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 15: 'SJH 53531 Qi 5. 551111 Graduates iii? ii Ei J. H. ARMSTRONG W. KING . wh. W IFE? Seniors W. M. MICHAEL C. C. HERRMANN Ij.Q3,'g. H. F. COPE M. MARX gag 64.55 E. A. SANDLER A. T. ANDERSON itfgja J, H. POWELL R. L. HAMILTON :gtg Vg: M. J. PIERCE F. J. DICK ' yfgj eyjjx J. C. BROOKS J. W. NIEHOUSE ltffj' 5.51 R. G. TOLMAN 55, 15-A5551 Juniors IDQQQ va.: ' !f"'5 D. A. WOLFF D. F. BROEOKEN 1555 Limit A. A. ARNOLD F. M. COOPER ...wi AFS.. R. P. SHONKWILER S. F. TOWNSEND .555 AQ' M. W. KRAMER J. T. FINNEY TQ' Ugg J. H. Buss D. E. BEAN my Q93 H. S. GREEN F. O. GOODWILL W5 Q51 E. B. HEwEs A. G. MATHEWS L-ff' 5-0' -C. D. KEMP F. E. KENDALL ,QI Leif O. GRESENS A. W. CRAVER 1151 N55 J. F. MARTINO C. R. BANNSTON R3 ' T E'-4 ' alfa l:'r'- I -. . Sophomofres Iliff' Y" ' I S2 YQ'-T W. H. THOMAN W. F. PLAMBECK ffm ,rw ...Jw 315: P. M. MITCHEI. E. E. LEONARD M4 :Egg C. PINCKNEY F. M. CONDIT .M w f . ggfxuqge K. S. LEWELLYN H. W. WALKER AH'-QQ yg-25' R. FISHER H. T, MOMURRY V1.5 . K. 1 11,0 mfg D. LAFUZE R. L. POLLARD 3534 -sq: G. H. PARKER M. V. RAINES y. , . A925 - GDP- -'Z53' !F Sfi Freshmen Qfff V A f . . if glffliir if 'U QTFQQI5 H. H. KAISER L. M. KAGY mi Wh ,, .KI 'iq-lil ICQELZEI .RM Q- I fi. I 57' 'Lili Five Hundred Twenty-sian Eflfl-fix :E fx "3:11gj3g,,y,g,.:g.:'x...n1:,,.,. ,1,gx,1 1 r nz.: 111- 1 -Az.- ugu uL'E"'-J'L:-1 1: 4:n...' nu: '43,-Un 1 ay-.ir A :YA-.X-T: - .--H ...,,. , . . Adelphia Literary Society T011 NUI!!'--IIARlIl.'l'0N, MA'l"l'Ill'lWS, llI'IWl'1S, l"ISlll'IR, FINNIQY, GIIESICNS, C00l'l'Ill, MITCIII-Il. Sl'L'U'Ylll N0lt7'fMARX, TIIOMAN, LAFUZIC, PIERCE, l.l'1Wl'JLLYN, GOODWILL, IIICAN, KAGY, KICNITALI, ' Third 180:11-fenrclc, IEROPICIIICN, wou-'1f, nmss, NOLAN, CONlll'l', lucluv, I'0l,l.Al!D, inxulu-llc, rlxclmlcv l"0lLl'UL ff0lU--ANDIGRSON, TONVNSICNII, MC MUICRY, COPE, SIIONKWILI-IR, MICHAEL, HICRRMANN, KRAMICR, HROOKS, ARNOLD, GILICICNIC Five Hundred T1vmzLy-seven Alethenai Literary Society ORGANIZED FOR. THE PURPOSE OF STIMULATING INTEREST IN FORENSIC ELOQUENCD Founded at University of Illinois 1871 Four Chapters ILLINOIS CHAPTER Top Row-M. XVELCII, IIYLAND, LA VALLE, IIEEOY, SCIIILLINO, SALE Second How-IIRENZ, PIIELI-S, OURTIS, RII-LEY, SAMMONS, IIIRIII-ATRIOR, IIIIORLER, Mc vAY Third R010-FERA, FISII, LUMLEY, IIUSEY, c. WELCII, NEEOIIAM, MOORE, IIOEEMAN, COPLLX MEMBERS IN FACULTY ELIZABETH BRYAN, A.B., B.L.S. HELENE DOTY, A.B. ALLENE GREGORY, Ph.D. MARTHA KYLE, A.M. MARION SPARKS, A.M., B.L.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY LUCILE BEEDY ESTHER MCVAY ELIZABETH BAILEY HELEN BROSHAR HAZEL CURTIS VIVIAN FISH JEANETTE BUSEY MARY COPLEY ELIZABETH HOFFMAN DOROTHY LUMLEY NELLE BARRY HELEN BUCKLER JOSEPHINE HOFFMAN CHRISTINE HYLAND Graduate CORDELIA REED Seniors Juniors MILDRED WELCH Sophomores MARGARET SEARS MARCELL LA VALLE MARGUERITE NEEDHAM CHARLOTTE WELCH FLORENCE LINDAHI. IRENE SEATON ELSIE KRENZ HELEN MOORE MARY PHELPS VIRGINIA SALE MELAINE SCHILLING ELSIE KIRKPATRICK MARY PARSONS DOROTHY RIPLEY LORAINE SAMMONS Fivc' II'undrcd TllVC7lt1j!'ll7h2 Athenean Literary Society FOUNDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING PROFICIENCY IN LITERARY ELOQUDNCE Founded at University of Illinois 1907 Top ROW-WISIG, BENSON, IIOISY icqond R0'llJ+TliR!'FINI'l'Z, wmuan, BALIIWIN, Il0liliIQ'l'SON, I-IORNELI, Hurd R010-4WAl.KEl!, NEWTON, Mc ANALLY, IIAI.LInAx', IlUl.l., llARIUi'I"l' MARGARET HUTCHINS, B MEMBERS IN FACULTY LITA BANE, A.M, MEM HARRIET HALLIDAY HELEN 'NEWTON PEARL WALKER JENNIE GRACE TERPENITZ EDNA ROBERTSON ROBERTA DOISY ELIZA GARMAN RUTH TERWILLIGER BLANCHE SHIRLEY GRACE BALDWIN RUTH WEBER PAULINE KNIPP DOROTI-IY EYOLESIIYMER Five II7l'l1lll'I'd T1a'1'i1I11-Him' .L.S. RUTH KELSO' A.M. WINIERED PERRY, AM EDA JOOOBSEN, A.M BERS IN UNIVERSITY Gmoliw, te IVA NEWBURN Seniors J icniors Sopliomores I I MARIAN MOANALLY ELEANOR WISE RUTH DUNTLEY JOSEPHINE EDDY LOIS BENSON MARY BARRETT LOUISE HUFF MARIE NEWMAN DOROTHY STILES ROSE OLTUSKEY ESTELLE EDWARDS HELEN GILBERT BEATRICE ANTHONY VN K IV'.?lA. -fl A lI.l'.IOA jamesonian Literary Society Founded at University of Illinois Top Row-C. FULTON, LUKER, IIFIATII, LAIRD, PARKER, IIFZGERT, S. FULTON Second Row-UMRLEET, JONES, LUNDY, HOCKSTRASSER, LARSON, WILLEEORD, RASS, WRUSTER Third Row-SIDEMAN, GOODYICAR, JUDY, XYIERSEMA, PERROTT, ISALES, HANCOCK OFFICERS President, DOROTHY WIERSEMA Seoretcwy, ALMA PERROTT Vice-President, VIOLA JUDY Treaszweo-, MARION BALES Seniors FLORENCE VOLBRECHT DOROTHY WIERSEMA Juniors MARION KILLEFER GRACE TRIGG HELEN WEITKNECHT i Sophomores MILDRED HEATH GLADYS FULTON MARION BALES VIOLA JUDY IRENE BASS CLEMA MOYER ROSYBELL BENTON MAURICE PAYNE GRACE GOODYEAR ALMA PERROTT MARY HANCOCK MARY PITTMAN MARY JONES MARY UM1-'LEET ZELDA FULTON GLADYS LUNDY GLADYS LARSON ADDIE HOCKSTRASSER Fveslwnen MARIE BOYLE MARY CONELY AZANITH DORSEY LOIS ESSLINGER IVA HAMLIN GERALDINE HEGERT OPAL HOOPER DOROTHY HULL ARELISLE NELSON MARTHA PYKE HELEN SANDERS GERTRUDE SIDMAN FRANCES SISSONS RUTH ' WILLEFORD GERTRUDE WEHRMAN ELOISE WEBSTER HANNAH LUKER FRIEDA BAIRD GENEVIEVE PARKER Five Ilundrccl I'h.z1ty GLADYS FRASER GLADYS MCCASLIN Hliola Literary Society FOUNDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING PROFICIENCY IN LITERARY WORK Founded at Uni'ueo'sity of Illinois Top NDIl77MILI.ER, SAGER, Mc CASLIN, KIRHY, MOSS, SNOW, wII.I.IAIvIS, EVICIISOIIIII Second How- IIACERS, LEE, sTIIvENS, CAV, IIC CONNICIJ., NVINE, FRICIIICIIICK, DI'IiEIvIAN Third How-ECEN, WIIITCIIIIIICII, RUTLEDOE, IIIXON, RLEMINC, IIIIASI-IR, LOI-Ez, MONXIHR, . MEMBERS IN FACULTY GEORGIA FLEMING, B.S. FANNIE BROOKS, R.N., A.B. J OSIE HOUCIYIENS, B.L.S., A.M. 'ETHEL BOND, A.B., B.L.S. NELLIE ROBERTS FLORENCE HUNT ELSIE BAECI-ITOLD KATHERINE MCGRAW, FANNIE LEE, A.B. BEULAH PRANTE ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors MARGARET RUTLEDGE HELEN MCELHINEY VICTORIA FREDERICK FRANCES PARKER ELLEN FLEMING HELEN STEVENS LOUISE FAIRFIELD NELLIE MONIER EUGENIA MOSS LOUISE WIIITCIIURCH ELIZABETH SAGER LENORE EVERSOLE LETTY GAY Fwc Ilimdrcd Thirty-mme Juniors LOIS WINE Sophomores BEATRICE SNOW MARY DIXON AUDREY DYKEMAN NELLE KIRBY LEONORE LOPEZ MILDRED MAGERS FLORENCE LEE HELEN MCCONNELL FLOSSIE MILLER HELEN RICE MILDRED EGAN JUSTINE PRITCHARD ANN WILLIAMS MC ELIIINEY A.B. 'Aw ,7,. 'i , I v W, . v .- X gi.,-1' , , '---:,:.:'z.q4-i xv- . 1 A 'r i 3. ,. 1 . X .-Q, f.'.43' -y.. X4., - X fw - " 35211L:a7'i4T:-"V10214-?'.:,A'g.-, N,-,-, - . -..,. .-....... A-----V--. .Y ff- rv- izilf. - 'ggi' H' fda: , 0 O ' A 5.3.1 Plulomathean L1terary SOCICKY 5.5 X 1 r IQ? 2 59 ' ' 3 'J ORGANIZED FOR THE PURPOSE OF STIMULATING AN INTEREST IN DEBATE, ORATORY, AND 1311.3 V LITERARY WORK, AND T0 ATTAIN PROFIOIENOY IN EACH. f K 3 ' 1 CQ? . Founded at University of Illinois 1867 GQ PM QD: 05:8 Q94 nfl-: . MEMBERS IN FACULTY Q35 TEH T. A. CLARK, RL. J. M. Wan-E, B.s. gh' W. E. BRITTON, A.M., J.D. G. F. HOTTES, Ph.D. CgRAwsHAX,BB.S. MEJSIER, B . . ROWN, . , . . ARMAN, . . . CH G. V. KNIGHT, A.B. 2, :QQ Eg ' ii. E if MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Qi it gai S . if-f C ' Seniors E ,aj E . , V. B. ADAMS A. H. OWEN ng: R. L. ALDRIOH R. E. CULTER ik! C. O. BORGMEIER T. C. GRIMM g, .xg L. A. CLARAHAN D. KADYK inf Q5 O. J. CREWS C. G. HOWARD C24 R. R. THOMPSON df W ' I . X295 59 1 E .5 1253 Juniors gf R. C. PELTZ ' G. E. TAYLOR gif 'Q H. J. TAYLOR H. A. WILL 5 7 X o l . 5? A E A 1-II ' I , Q1 5 Sophornores A D 2 E-i l SHADWELL SFKFFER g Q1 . . . AYES . . ESSMAN : . ,gl i D. A. NUESSLE 1 W. L. EATON E ' Q 4 P. W. BROSMAN M. L. FITCH Q' ' .I W. L. MANNY H. H. WEBSTER I . 6 1 J. W. ARMSTRONG R. G. THOMPSON Q.. . Cl . . 95235 ' R 69 Freshmen fl , -35 E ' R. E. SWANSON if-f' 3 'fi fi 53: .5539 " ' Five Hundred Thirty-two E - f !, ,,.,,7 .., 3 m. . " ' - - ' Q """'T"""'-"-'1- . .,F, , ,,, ,,,?,:,i. , I4 HI E ' ' 2..M4F'..?W M! .. . .'5ffN 39...SYMEE. T ?-Siiffivfxg IQ . 'M B f hilomathean Literary Society Top Rom-Almms, EATON, n. G. 'ruoM1'soN, IXROSMAN, WESSMAN, XVILI. Sccoml How-r:n1M, NUESSLI-I, 11. TAYLOR, swANsoN, 1-'1'rc11, A1:Ms1'noNu, MANNY' Third Row-nonummmn, n. n. 'r11oMPsoN, Anmucn, cmcws, 11. 'rAY1.on, CLARAIIAN, I'lCL'I'Z, IIAYICS Five llzmdrcd Thirty-three Gregorian Literary Society T019 R010-Bl7T'fS, ZIMMERMAN, ALLEN, BIDDLE, GOODALL, RICIIESON SUCU1lfl R010-SLACK, IKIIOWNE, DEVERE, CUTLER, POTTER, CARMEN, LOXV, LYERLA TlLi7'li 120111-BOND, IKLOOM, CLARY, TEETERS, SIMMS, SICKMAN, FRIENLLCONDY, WVELDEN FLORENCE SICKMAN GRACE ARMSTRONG MARGARET BELL RUTH BLOOM MARGARET BEATTY MARGARET BOND AIJRENE BIDDLE CATHERINE BEHRENS RUBY BUTTS HELEN CLARY HAZEL CONDY LOIS CARMEN AGNES CUTLER LOIS CROSS ' MARGARET DROM FLORENCE DEVERE GRACE DAVIS KATHERINE DENNIS MABEL EARL FLORENCE EVRAFT PEARL EDELSON MABEL FITCH DOROTHY FRACE FLORENCE FOLKERS STELLA FORTYL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors MILDRED KUCH Juniors INISTORE SIMMS Sophomores Freshmen ETHALINDA TEETERS GERTRUDE FRIEND THELMA GROWER HARRIET GOODALL MARGARET JOHNSTON AVA LYERLA FRANCES LOOMIS MARGARET LOW ESTHER MILLER LARNA MAY FRANCES POTTER ELIZA RICHESON JANET ROSS JOSEPIIINE ROGERS MARJORIE SALTER MACE SMITH CLARA SLACK PAULINE SHEPPARD HELEN TAYLOR ELIZABETH WEBER ALBERTINE WILLIAMS MARGARET WELDEN RUTH WOLGAST LUCILLE WILCOX PAULINE ZIMMERMAN Fivc Ilzmdrcd Tlmty fcmr f , ,:,.' ,, XI. . . Centro L1terar1O Espanol A CLUB ORGANIZED FOR THE PURPOSE OF AIDING STUDENTS IN THE STUDY OF SPANISH Founded at University of Illinois Top R010-IIARIl.IN, ROIIINSON, JOIINSON, AI.cIvAn, IIARROUSSE, SIIELLEY, 'IWVIGG Second RawvcAnAvAI., SOUZA, IIARRANOCIIEA. MATIIEWS, SOTO, zm-EOA, MARTINS, nom Thwd Raw-ARTEAOA, MOULIIEN, VANDERIIEYDEN, .IouIN, IIAMMANN, LNWMEN, CURTIS, 1.01-Ez, XVATSON Fourth F ULLER, FERRO If01vfCOLIN, IIAMIKLHN, DH LA CRIIZ, MORALES, FONSECA, IJOPEZ, MONTAU, TELLEH, FONSIGCA ELISA CURTIS, A.B. R. A. SOTO, BIS., A.M. J. D. FITZ-GERALD, Ph.D. J. VAN HORNE, Ph.D. RUTH LEWMAN, A.B. SYLVIA VOLLMER, A.B. CORDELIA REED, A.M. JANE WATSON, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY G. A. ARTEAGA M. LEWIS I. C. BAROUSSE S. A. LICHTMANN T. E. BLAIR F. D. LINO O. BOJUNGE S. BOZA RACHEL BREATHURT E. G. CADAVAL Y. G. COLIN L. G. COLIN HAZEL CRAIG G. ECHENIQUE PEARL EDELSON ESTHER FEDDERSEN V. FERRO D. FONSECA M. FONSECA A. A. Go1vIEz A. H. GOODRICH E. J. GUARDIA INA HAMLIN DORIS HAMMANN GEORGIE HILLGARD LURA JEWELL L. S. JOBIN E. R. JOHNSON AMELIA KRIEG K. H. WENDLER-FUNARO E. M. ZEPEDA Five Ilzm.dw'rZ Tlzirtyl-five LEONORE LOPEZ D. MARQUES E. E. MARX H. G. MARX A. S. MATIIEWS MARGARET MILES M. E. MORALES CLARA MOULDEN NELSON MAIA EDLA NILSON G. D. OCHOA G. V. OCHOA T. L. PANKEY A. PERREIR JUANITA ROBINSON C. O. ROGGERO MARY SHELLEY MARION SLEEZER P. C. SOUZA W. STORER JOSEPHINE TWIGG WILPIELMINA VOLLMER GRACE WATSON ADELAIDE WELTY E. J. WENDEL c , .,. .. .,., . . , X 1 ' f, J I I xv. .., Club L3f1DO'AfD6f1CHHO A SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS FROM THE LATIN-AMERICAN COUNTRIES Foimded at University of Illinois Top N0llY7Il0.lUNGA, zEI'RnA, RCIIENIQUE, D. EONSECA, C. COLIN, MONTAU Sammi Rowf-IIOZA, ARTEAGA, CADAVAI., JOISIN, IIARRANOCIIEA, SOUZA, FERRO Thirzl lion:-CUCNA, I.. COLIN, CURTIS, MARTINS, M. FONSICCA, MORALICS, LOI-Ez. ARAU ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. A. R. SEYMOUR, Ph.D. MANUEL LOPEZ, A.M. R. A. SOTO, B.S., A.M. ELISA CURTIS, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY J. ARTEACA E. ALCIVAR I. BAROUSSE R. A. SOTO G. COLIN ELISA CURTIS S. GOMEZ LEONORE LOPEZ J. OCHOA M. LOPEZ M. ROSALES M. S. ARAU E. VEREA F. MONTAU PEREZ ARCE G. ECHENIQUE E. G. CADAVAL L. S. JOBIN E. M. ZEPEDA D. V. MARTINS CATALINA DAVIS P. C. DE SOUZA - M. FONSECA A. B. DE SOUZA SOARE M. E. MORAIIES S. A. LEMOS S. B'ozA G. D, OCHOA C. ROGGERO O. MIRANDA V. L. FERRO O. BOJUNCA L. BARRANOCHEA N, MAIA E. JAEN GUARIJIA D. MARQUEZ J. JIMINEZ A, FERREIRA L. COLIN - L, CUGNA l"ivv lllmrlwrl Thirty--six Le Cercle Francais T011 R010-C. DAVIS, MONTAU, LOPEZ, FRENCH, HAROUSSE, HIIKIIEN Second Row-SCIINIIIIIER, IIAMIISON, IIAIIIILTON, II. O. TIIOMI-SON, VAN DEN IXUSSCIIE, D, IIAVIS, OSIIOIIN Third 11010-SCIIRICIIEER, WEIISTI-III, GREEN, IIUSSELI., ROSENIILUM, TELLEII, IIEIIILEY, IIIIENZ Fourth RmuA-CURTIS, MCKICNZIE, IIIIEATIIWIT, STOIIIIII, sIIEI.I.EY, II. R. TIIOIII-SON, VAN IIOIINE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY LEONORE LOPEZ RUTH WILLARD SOMELIA ROSENBLUM EVELYN RUSSELL ANNETTE BARON GARDNER COLE GLADYS CORBLEY RENE GUIET JEAN LEGALL NATHAN SCI-IREIBER FRANCES MALONEY ELISA CURTIS C. S. CARRY MARIAN RINOER ESTHER SCHNEIDER MRS. K. MCKENZIE S. BOZA REGINA GUNTHER E. ANASTASSIADES A. L. FOX J. S. FRENCH FRANCES OSBORN MARIE VANDENBUSSCHE Five Ilzmrlrcfl ThiI'L11-swun ew D, I . LORAINE SAMMONS SELMA EVERSOLE PEGGY MILES ELSA KRENZ CASTALINA DAVIS KATHRINE MALONEY MINNIE REMLEY GLADYS GREENE BUELAH HAMPSON R. LEVESQUE THEODORE PAINTER A. W. THOMPSON L. COLIN H. B. HAMILTON ELOISE WEBSTER MRS. LYTTON THOMAS G. COLIN ROBERT MEALS BEATRICE TELLER I. C. BAROUSSE AMELIA KRIEG DOROTHY DAVIS BLISS SEYMOUR Menorah Society Founded at Hcwvfwd University 1906 ILLINOIS CHAPTER Estublzlshed 1.90.9 Top Row-cooPEn, MELTZER Second How-uoMAnovsm1, NASATIR, wEL1.En, mzAMEn, ROSFINHLUM, AunAuAM, ICOSENBLUM, KATE, srmrmo Third R010-GRONER,llN'0RIN, BAER, LIITSCIIIN, couEN, BRADY, BERNSTEIN, wA1.r.Ac1r, cx.AsEn, mmr.soN Fourth Row-YOUNG, 11Ar.r-En1N, couw, olfruslcv, NEWMAN, 'rEl.1.En, oMANsm', nAu1Now11'z, s1.l-:PYAN HV?-xihv E W I+. A vw Q4 QS M . ,gif S, QW au' .P sy lulva .5- MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY OFFICERS Pwesident, SIDNEY NEWMAN Treasurer, LoU1s HADELMAN Vice-President, SAMUEL OMANSKY Histormn, SOMILIA ROSENBLUM Secretary, ROSE J. OLTUSKY Sergeant at Arms, SAMUEL J. GOULD Seniors Q. BRENSKY NEUMANN . ALLNER . EWMAN I. E. COOPER D. OMANSKY Momus E. DREYI-'Uss S. OMANSKY N. R. FELDMAN S. ROSENBLUM I. L. FINE B. SHAPIRO ISL. ICEOULD gCHWEICH . ADELMAN . PIEGLER M. L. KoMRosKY O. HOLZMAN Juniors Il-I. EXBRAHAMSON JM-JWLKRAMER . ERMAN . . USTER I. CHAPMAN S. A. LICHTMANN B. D. COHON S. C. PERLMAN S. J. GRAFF H. MELTZER R. KALVER D. H. RABINOWITZ M. M. KATZ D. SCHLESINGER Five llundrvd Tl1.irt11-ciylLt ':'.:.'., , :.yv, :.gm..4..- . 1.. ,,g 1 x A . ..f'i., 1 . -. ' ,ni 1. Ir- rv . I .,',. 4. I X.. I-.1 X .I . ,., fl.-J. 'KT HS: vsp . , ,W TVA: UQ .S . V. If E 'S'-515 ,IQFQN 1f'.."kI'f W- 'I Menorah Society Top Row--ooIIoN, MANIIEL, IIELDMAN, IvlI1.DIxIAN, CIIAIIMAN, MILLER, nl.UMIcN'I'IIAL -I. .4 " ' Second RUN!-LIEVIN, EICIILER, SCIIIEIE, JOFFIG, ALTER, KANTEII, SACIISAI., NELSON iv .1 . Th1:7'd R01U- SIIAPIRO, LICVIN, KL!-IIN, IIERZOG, IIADELMAN, SILIIAR, IIICFFICR :QQ If 'T .-.I .. .I MEMBERS IN FACULTY I4 EDWARD CHAUNCY BALDWIN, Ph.D. ARMIN HAJMAN KOLLER, Ph.D HENRY BLUMBERG, Ph.D. EARL EMANUEL LIBMAN, B.S. 513. , MIRIAM ALICE FRANC, Ph.D. JACOB ZEITLIN, Ph.D. Qi'-5553 SIMON LITMAN, Dr.Jur.Pub. et Ret.Cam. I . . . AZT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Iv ' :L Sophomores S. ABRAHAM M JOFFE ' E. ALTER M LIDSCHIN .. J. BANASHEK R. H. OLTUSKY .I .'.' ,.. M BERNSTEIN H. E. PLOCINSKY gig., M C. BRIGADIER M H. SACHSAL j J. DVORIN A. M. SAX Igfugz J. EHRLICH B. SCHENKER 'J B. EINHORN A. W. SCI-IER. gg. D. FELDMAN P. J. SIMON jjifja R. FOGELSON B. TELLER I-5-R.. A. GLASER L. WALLACH Ig.i:g.3, I. M. HALPERIN G. B. WEINROTI' M L. HEFFER E. H. YOUNG !,Yxj,,j Freshmen 'j4:fg1 H. BASS H. KANTER I-,PQ M. BLUMENTHAL M. KLEIN pg .-.", af! G. BRADY C. KUIIN S. BUDAN C. LEVIN M COHEN M LEVIN ' R. COHEN A. MANDEL P. EDELSON J. NAsA'I'IR S. J. EICHLER A. ROSENBLUM S. FREEDMAN S. SCHANOFF B. FRIEDMAN R. SILBAR S. GOLDBERG D. SLEPYAN S. GRONER. H. SOLOR . R. B. HERZOG B. SOSNA O. E. HOKIN G, SOSNA S- HORBLITT S. UDELOWISH A. J. HORRELL P, WELLER . R. WOLF 1- -- Five Hundred Thirty-nine QQ I1'.lj':1Pjwyf.R.' 'I I 'II'Jw..g1gi,jgg.I,,f'.f.. ' Zj'T'f.1'fH. I1 .. , 1 ' V113 Women's Cosmopolitan Club Founded at University of Wisconsin 1903 C. F. A. C. C. CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1917 Top R010-OMANSHY, coNnE. SKEMD, WATSON. KIRAM Second Row-MIRASOI., I-IORNELI., WINN, DAVIS, SIIRIMPLIN, AGUINALDO, ANDERSON, MARAMIIA Third H010-CURTIS, ROIIINSON, CURTIS, SEYMOUR, L01-Ez, GLASGOW, OLANZNER, CALDNVELL OFFICERS Pofesident,'LEONORE LOPEZ Sec'retaTy, ALMA GLANZNER Vzce President, RUTH CLADWELL Treasurer, JUANITA ROBINSON A. R. SEYMOUR MRS. MRS. W. SOHULZ T. E. OLIVER MRS. MRS. R. GLASGOW MRS. J. MIRASOL ALLENE GREGORY FLORENCE CURTIS ELISA CURTIS JANE C. WATSON ALEXANDRIA ALLEN MARCELLE LAVAL ALMA GLANZER RUTH CALDWELL FERN WINN ACTIVE MEMBERS Q.. I - J '. . I I 'vl l,n.l,,. l.v.. I PEARL SHRIMPLIN ELIZABETH ANDERSON DORA OMANSKY HELEN PICKNELL EDITH SKEMP JUANITA ROBINSON JUSTINE PRITCHARD LENORE A. CONDE CATALINA DAVIS CONCEPCION G. MARAM TARHATA KIRAM CARMEN AGUINALDO MARGARET BRAUOHER LEONORE LOPEZ Fivf' llundrrrl BA Forty Comitatus Founded at Umlvcrsitgf of Illinois 1913 T021 R010--ARMSTRONG, IIICALY, IIART Sl't'011d H0II'7XV. L. KEICPERS, ISOICSCIIICNSTEIN, CARIKOLI., XV. I". KliEl'IiRS OFFICERS President, CHARLES CARROLL Secretary, THOMAS KENNEDY Vwe-President, JOHN M. CREBS To-easzw'eo', ROBERT TUTWILER MEMBERS CHARLES CARROLL JOHN H. ARMSTRONG HAROLD BOESCHENSTEIN MARION M. HART W. CARLETON HEALY THOMAS E. KENNEDY Five Ilmzflrrd I'v0l'lf1l-0911 W. LLOYD KEEPERS W. FLOYD KEEPERS JOHN M. CREBS WIIJLIAM F. PERCIVAL JOSEPH W. PEROIVAL ROBERT E. TUTWILER The Republican Club p A CLUB ORGANIZED TO FOSTER THE IDEALS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Foumlecl at University of Illinois 1.918 ....- I ...- ... ff" OFFICERS President, FRED G. MAURER Secretfwaf, J. HAWLEY WILSON Vice-President, R. P. SHONKWILER Treasiwer, ROSS WINKLER FRED G. MAURER J. HAWLEY WILSON J. W. CANNON E. C. MILLS Aclvisor, E. C. MILLS FINANCIAL CABINET D. WARFORD C. C. TAPSCOTT R. P. SI-IONKWILER W. F. LOCKWOOD R. WINKLER Five Humlrcd Forty-two 1'W'1!. 1 If-. NIH Floriculture Club Founded at University of Illinois 1914 Tap IQOII7-V-MORGAN, DIXON, THORNTON, GLASER, TAYLOR Su-and 1f0IU-CIIIXNIIIJCR, IQOIIOUT, GIPSON, IIODGIN, XVILSON, GAMMAGIC TlLil'lllf01U7I'. II. ROLAND, RASMUSSEN, WOLEIIRN, I'OEIII.IIIAN, SRIITII, SCIIICLI., R. 11. ROLAND MEMBERS IN FACULTY HERMAN B. DORNER, M.S. JAMES HUTCI-IINSON P.D. HARRY MOHLMAN, B.S. STANLEY HALL, B.S. PHILIP A. LEHENBAUER, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ROLAND M. POEHLMAN VICTOR HENRY Jwniors FRED A. WOLEBEN JULIAN D. SMITH E. R. CHANDLER JOHN C. RASMUSSEN ROBERT H. ROLAND DAVID W. GIPSON HARRY L. DIXON ' RUTH M. VANDEVENTER Sophomores GEORGE N. MORGAN PHILIP H. ROLAND FRED J. GAMMAGE ANDREW R. THORNTON ROBERT C. HODGIN JERRE KAI-IOUT I we Ilumlrcrl l"o1'ty-tlwmr Freslzmen GERTRUDE M. SI-IUMAKER W. ROBERT SCHELL A. L. GLASER HAROLD D. TAYLOR FRED H. ROGERS JOHN H. WILSON RUTH HOPPINS Horticulture Club Founded at University of Illinois 1906 T017 R0ll'1ll0RSET, DODGE, CARVER, FIREBAUGH, BAMFORD, SHADE S!'C01ld ROI!!-VOGELE, TIIURLOVV, PRICE, BAKER, VAN DEVENTER, GUHA, GLASEII, MC GUIRFI, LONVE Thlfli RUN'-4MARQUFIDANT, BRADY, LLOYD, BLAIR, CRANDALL, PICKETT, VAN INXVEGEN, SAMUEL MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. S. BROCK, BIS., A.B. B. S. PICKETT E. F. GUBA A. C. VOGELE C. E. BAKER HELEN VANINWEGEN C. C. SHADE H. P, THURLOW WALTER H. DORSETT FRED E. CARVER ISABEL MARQUEDANT C. D. MCGUIRE RUTH BRADY A. S. COLBY, Ph.D. Graduates Seniors Juniors Q RAY DODGE Soyohomores Ffreshmen A. L. GLASEO ,.z1g.. :auf-'-4.-.JL'25I,-.H ,Lau O 509 3 F1 3 CU Pj :U U1 r-1 Z Cf Z r-4 4 F1 5 U2 r-1 H P4 PEI' H. TUKEY C. PATTERSON T. BAMFORD V. T. BELLETT DYLLONE HEMPSTED C. H. LOWE R. S. FIREBAUGH N. G. PRICE RUTH VANDEVENTER FRANCIS DITTMAN DOROTHEA SAMUEL Five Ifumlrcd Forty-four 4 U, BLAIR, M.S. CRANDALL, M.S. 31 w div' "w I fif' iii, .Lx ?Zifi Tri.: W, .Ji gif 'zz'- UI. iff? ! 1 P4 Z 1.5, ELI? fl H Q31 , Nil Sy' .H 5.1 u H55 131 A .M H1 -fa ag: A qi. .NJ TE! 1.42 'EI' iw. BQ' .111 gn, 'IU ina. fir N VV 1 V1 - H4 .Uf ITM if! hd If. - Qi MM r EF .. do ily: HF M25 :pf N: wg, H59 gif- . L r I g. .1 --4-gli. 1.11411 :JUL L::.xn1, ..'::1 n...i.,,,..,. . .nz 14.11 x,.,1.,,g:s:11.t?1,'ff w T f rf- g' -34' 'T - '-.'-Up."-' fx. A 1 X . . . , Y I I I ' J" V' 'I' N' 'IVLM' A I ',"'i"J"r -"li" V .wx C'q'lxA'r' HWY 'S Y 1 "Kd ' 1 W Fxk Ffh I ' ,,1' X v . .. .u. . . ,,. - 1,-1...f TH. ' . .. .. . .. N-.-, . ,v- .-5, 4 -- H , f f .0 4- -R 3 1 1 ,I uf' rl Commerce Club Top Row-Iwm, ALISON, MORRISON, 1IEnRMANN, EMERY, TONVEIC Second R010-CULLEN, CARLSEN, EDXVAIIDS, RENNETT, Fox, EECIIEN, IIENSEN Third ROIU-MCIN'1'YI!.E, IIERLINE, CLARAIIAN, KOCH, BELL, SCIINEILIIACIIER, mAUm-zu, 1xE'1'z MEMBERS IN FACULTY ERNEST RITSON DEWSNUP, M.A. FREDERIC ARTHUR RUSSELL, Ph.D. VICTOR LOUIS KRANNERT, BCS. CHARLES MANFRED THOMPSON, P MAURICE HENRY ROBINSON, Ph.D. HIRAM THOMPSON SCOVILL, A.B MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY H. F. DOTY H. BOESOHENSTEIN R. H. MORRISON R. A. CARLSEN A. C. BECKEN H. P. BELL C. E. LOVEJOY R. F. BURNS R. S. EMERY G. KLECKNER W. I. BREGMAN R. R. BETZ W. E. MCELDOWNEY H. H. COOK O. BORGMEIER C. N. HENSON C. M. TOWER G. W. KOCH J. B. EDWARDS N. V. ALISON H. L. BERLINE F. E. BRYA R. C. PREBLE V. CULLEN T. E. KENNEDY W. R. BENNETT C. C. HERRMANN L. A. CLARAHAN A. FOX H. P. IWIG R. HAAS , J. M. CREBS J. SOHNELLEAOHER C. B. KEEHNER F. MAURER R. J. SONTAG Five Illmdrvd Forty-Jive F. D. WROBKE h.D. C.P.A XL Jqn' , IZ.-AlixT'T:7.f,Llgx1'v?k., -H Y' 1021 - f I. 'I ' '-I.--.rTf,""w- V-H.ii'5 - 4X1- TLT?EEWi5f5i5'iWEf?3fEXii5r3QI1QT,QQTSIELT 7Q1?2i'El'g?i:YQLi IL L IOIYJEW CIWQIQ-ILSI ?R:J'251fI551g5fw 5g1'Q5g1g:gYEi555V5'3 W 'A 4 . Aull , I , I I Ll .RQ wg I gg W ' R 'd H 11 R Q, OIHHH S CSI CHCS 3 I 6931 ' fi' EU . Cm OFFICERS 5 ' . .Z Q21 Pvjeszdent, HELEN HUNT Secretary, NELLIE HOLT , IJ Wg Vwe-President, LOUISE WHITQHURCH Tfreasurer, MELANIE SCHILLING g . Social Chazrman, STELLA SALVESON E '- isbn Q34 L? :rbi MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY V52 Qf -. S459 69 iii G-'raduates fl- x A: T ANNETTE BARON JEANNE SEIGNEUR I - . J Seniors Q Cil' I Q' gg HARRIET BATTERTON ALICE MORSE girl LORENE BROWN MELANIE SCHILLING Q2 IQ MAE CONLEY EUGENIA SCHOONOVER QQ, OLIVE COvER PEARL SCHRIMPLIN Q , B555 SYLVIA COVER GRACE SPENCER 3 1 35' DOROTHY GROSS MARLE SPENCER g I H91 HELEN HUNT MARGARET WATT 433 MYRTLE JENSON MARION WOLEBEN ' .. , , O W LAURA WORDEN T556 27" 3-:ff lifil Juniors QI R553 iff Egg ELINOR FLACC FLOSSIE MILLER g fi 51 RUTH HARRISON ELOISE MURRAY AA Q NELLIE HOLT INA ROBERTSON 65 QQ GRACE HUNSCHE STELLA SALVESON E FLORENCE KIMMELSHUE GRACE TRICC g R: GLADYS MCSIIEA RUTH VANDEVENTER . . MARIE MARVEL VESTA WEAVER zi, 329 LOUISE WHITCHURCH 21 I b 3' a hc- I I 3 . - I Sophomofres E , , 55,7 RUTH BAILEY MILDRED HEATH IRENE BASS VIOLA JUUY K I Qw ADALINE BATTERTON ISABELLE MARQUEOANT 59 5535 ERMA CABLE MYRTLE MILLER f ' EUNICE DANIELSON ELIZABETH MCKINESTRY CATALINA DAVIS MILDRED MURPHY I fx, EMILY BETH DOAK BARBARA PORTER my FLORENCE FAIR DOROTHEA SAMUEL E5 ROSE FOGELSON LUCILLE SCHRAEDER ' 'gf GLADYS FULTON LILLIE SIMS V . RQ' ZELDA FULTON MABLE STANFORD 6 1133 GRACE GOODYEAR RUTH WILLIFORD I-C- if, EMILIE HATHORNE FRANCES ZOLL 9: 5 ,55 I ff RQ g 'PQ 5 " - . HQ' fi 1 U : file 4 93 Q31 , -A MaA-uMM- -'--R,. --MmmL-wwmuimuh -NLM---A-V W.-H-MMM-an Five Hundred Forty-six l Lf , , 14 . .L 'I --ii If -1, Q , I 1 mggm I ' 1, 'I"' LIME X-,.,.. -L. I ...f - WOman's Residence Hall f-25' ,A gi 571 7 --1.-..- ELOISE ALLEN MARGERY ANKENY GLADYS APPLEGATE MARGARET BEATTY HELEN BREHM ELIZABETH BROWN MARGARET BULLOCK RUBY D. BUTTS ROSAMOND CARP FRANCES ETHERIDGE HELEN EVANS FLORENCE FOLKERS STELLA FORTLE THELMA FRIDLIN DOROTHY GLENN DORIS HAMMANN MARGUERITE HAYS SARAH HORALL ELSE-JEAN HUGGINS VERA JOY TIIEODOSIA KEELER IRENE KENDALL MIRIAM KILLEFER AURELIA KOHL MARY LATTIN Fwc Ilumlrvd Forty-snvcn u .,., T. .- If, fha- l I mf,-. wi ,1,'j.1 f. ,'f',,',+,jI1,1s. , ..,,,. . ,.,, ..,.. ,.vv. Vu. 'VL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ffreslzmen ABBIE WRIGHT -.I -Jr.. 'f -,xygjffifv xUc'AI-.,3Ifjf, I I 1 X.-1...-O. ' . ' ,OL x GEORGIA LOVELESS MARGERET Low HANNAI-I LUKER AVA LYERLA HARRIET MCCLELLAND GENEVA MCCONNELL ELSA MERTENS LYDIA MUSMAN ESTELLA NESBITT VIOLET O'CONNELL LURENA PERRINE JOSEPHINE PIGALL ELIZABETH PIGALL ALBERTA RAFFL ELIZA RIOHESON GRACE SANSOME LUOILLE STURDEVANT MADELINE SWISHEB AENID TANKERSLEY GERTRUDE TUKEY MARGERY VOGELSON MARGARET WELDON FRANCES WHITAKER EVELYN WISSMETH FRANCIS LOOMIS Illini Hall Founded at University of Illinois 1.91.9 Top R010-MOIIGAN, HIGNIIRICKS, l'IlA'l"I' Second Row-1IoTz, wxmi. c. SMITII, CREIGIITON, TURTON, XVIIITE Third R010-ICNICIICR, wII.I.IAMs, sAnvEN, RYAN, SARGBNT, GILIIAM, I-I-'EIRIIER Fourth. 1f0IUA'SCIIAliI'fEIl, KIKAU'1'lIElM, IIEALE, VALIJER, IIAIIILTGN, GANSIIERGER, E49 FWPFSFFPF PWFFFFWFFO J. J. E. COOPER E. CREIGHTON ALBERTS H. ARCHBOLD W. BLISS N. BROWN B. FAIRBAIRN N. GEAR L. HESSE D. KEATTS L. KEMLER BECKER W. BRIGHT L. BRIcxHoUsE COHEN E. CRAIG H. GANSBERGER N. GILHAM F. GOING W. HENDRICKS W. HILL W. HOTz S. KELLY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors W. W. WALLER J uniors Sophomores OF Hrfwvrr-asf: W9?925QWQ J. W. C. BRIGHT, TOMM R L. HAMILTON H. STURM R. MACH J. MANDEVILLE B. MILLIKEN P, POTTER F. PAISLEY D. SARVEN C. SMITH WHITE A. WHITE M. KNEIER M. MITCHELL O. MORGAN L. NELSON C. OPPENHEIM W. RYAN M. SARGENT L. SAXE TILDS D. VALLIER M. WEIDEMEYE L. WYND Five' Ihmdrcd Fozty eight Illini Hall Top R010--COIIEN, MITcIIEI.I., IIIIARSON, smnlcs, WRSTERVELT, IIARRISON Second HOIIJHYCIIAIG, MII.I.IIR, '1'1Ll1S, sAxI-:, s'ruTznIAN, NELSON, IIUNIIICHN, IIESSIAI Third Row-RIIIcsII:, AROIIIIOLII, R. TAYLOR, NORTON, PIIYFERSON, OOTTER, I.. SIIIITII, NI4:I.IIIs, cool-EII Fourth R010-LEIGH, OREIINE, IIEOIQIIII, SANIIORII, IvIANIIEvII.I.I-I, MAOII, IcEI.I.Y, OIIIIIINIIIIIM, R. TAYLOII, lxl"MIl I R. C. BEALE F. BLISS BZ COTTER I. M. CRAWFORD R. E. DICKINSON H. W. GREENE L. L. HARRISON O. LEIGH E. E. LUNDEEN J. F. MAYNE E. F. MILLER T. V. MODAVITT W. C. NELMS H. E. NORTON W. W. PEARSON R. PERRY E. PETERSON Five Ilundrcd Forty-nina MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Freslzmen A. E. PFEIFFER H. E. PRATT R. L. REESE W. B. SAMMOMS R. SANFORD J, V. SCHAEFER L. D. SMITH T. W. SPARKS W. C. STUTZMAN . TAYLOR bd O. R. TAYLOR G. I. TUORER L. M. TURTON S. B. WEST W. C. WESTERVELT G. R. WHITE S. E. WILIIIAMS Pjf uuexflj A fy---Agw . .I ' I- IHJJh7'i- ' I QLRYAL. Agriculture Club Founded at University of Illinois 1897 OFFICERS President, C. A. BONNEN Secretary, H. W. KLAMSER Vice-President, M. H. WATSON Treasurer, D. W. THOMPSON Sergeant at Arms, A. J. TENNIGA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ,r R. F. ABRAHMSON H. W. CRAETHERS L. A. HODON G. ADANAS M. CRANDELL F. HOBSON C. ALLEN C. W. CRICKMAN H. B. HOFFMAN P. E. ALLEN J. E. DAVIDSON G. HOOVER F. G. ANDERSON J. Q. DACANCY W. W. HUKLER R. E. APPLE E. W. DAUGHERTY H. W. HUDSON E. R. AULD H. R. DAMISH S. R. HUEY R. E. BAKER A W. C. DEGROOT H. G. HUTTON C. J. BADGER W. B. DEGROOT H. JENNINGS FRED BASS W. DODSWORTH V. T. JESSON B. BENNETT J. P. DORE P. JESSON T. H. BEESON B. H. DRENNAN E. M. JOHNSTON F. E. BELT G. DUNBAR E. L. JOHNSON D. T. BEATTY C. J. EGGMEN C. D. JONES L. BEATTY B. S. EIRICHMAR A. S. JONES WILLIAM BEATTY R. K. ELLIOT P. JUSTES P. K. BERZEE H. ENDERLI F. KENNEDY S. D. BISHOP J. A. CORLLEY F. R. KING C. A. BONNEN J. H. EVANS C. T. KIBLER C. E. BOEHME P. EVANS J. W. KIMMAN L. A. BOYLE W. EURICH R. J. KILSHEIMER D. F. BRAKEN P. FISHER P. KIRGER R. H. BROWN F. E. FISHER G. A. KIRGER H. R. BOWDITOH D. G. FIELD R. G. KILL C. BROOKS A. FLEMING W. M. KOCH J. BROOKS S. J. FLEMING A. L. LANG E. D. BURKE K. FORD R. J. LAIBLE W. B. BUNN L. FORD C. E. LAUD W. G. BUTLER A. J. GOOD O. L. LAWSON R. B. BYRANT J. GOOOH D. F. LAFUzE C. CAMP H. H. GORDON D, M. LEWIS S. S. CARNEY H. R. GORDON O. LEIGH M. G. CLARK R. GRAHAM L. J. LINDSAY J. H. CHASE C. HOWE F. A. LOVE P. S. CORRETT M. W. HATCH L. LUHNOW L. L. CORRIE W. L. HAWKINS H. A. LUER 1.51 G. COX T. M. HAUFT C. A. MARTIN wif. H. L. COPE R. HEATON W. L. MARTIN 'ima G. COFFEY W. C. HELPER M. R. MALSEURY ,A H. E. COREY T. E. HENLEY M, R, MARX ' ' H. CONDON W. HENBIOUGH C, T, MANN ggfl 1? W K. CLIFFORD S. D. HELGREM F. D. MARBA gif: W. CHURCHILL R. M. HEMLY R. P. MCBRIDE jjii D. CREIGHTON E. B. HOFF L. W. MCMILLAN ':'--.II .-Ty fi i..fii ,-iii' 'iif irfv- gx . s.igu,v', acl.. ',,,. Iv. :.I.1.1vu1.2 1.1 .r1u.,., ..., ...I .x..I....zug.-Irzxpm as-'J-1.215H111HL'L1.xU71,1:'1.JL'JZ fhimmmvrwwrnvi ffvwvwmwfwwr 'Y IwwmuR5?9nammWAwI.NswAi I 3 .., .... XI F' ive Hundred ..I. I. Fifty J. ...Hnf ..... qu..-U .... ...-. ,.. ig 'p11Xi1fN 1 .5 'il,"f"f g. 5--5-,sw 9. A 1.-Llf..-.. K' 1? iv L.. .W r ,-,II ' I .JE O.. Q' M., - 1 I K . .. AI Us ,I I .Til fl I ...I I... -.w 0-In ,X .W g I .w 1 . .. I f ,-,. bfi. I AT. . .rfv ri .., . v' . .L ,Tri 'fjl ,II -' I fH in EN 4-. 'pm ei. X., ,Hx I . '-. '. Kar' 5- mf. O A i .3 -A 'J ji .hr .:g-,QTY js Yfsf i .ug 453. 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SPRAGUE K. STOER H. SWANSON TANNER J. TENNINGA THOR THOMPSON W. THOMPSON TOLLMAN UBERHEIM H. UTLEY G. VANSIEKLE VANPELT W. WARREN H. WATSON TIOVELLION A. WARD L. WATTERMAN E. WESSESHEID B. WEST M. WEISS WELDON WIER C. WEBB E. WESTFIELD B. WHITE H. G S. WILLIEY H. WILKINSON C. W. WICKER E. ZEEDON Zuni' K. I- iI,?.,iC3f,. Chemical Club Founded at University of Illinois 1892 OFFICERS President, MARVIN J. PEARCE Treasurer, H. C. N. HECKEL Vice-President, EDITH F. CLOYES Custodian, CEDRIC HALE Secretary, HENRY E. BRAUER Ill, Chemist Board, ROBERT P. GARDINER MEMBERS M. ADLER G. COLIN C. GOAD F. W. ALWOOD L. H. COLIN J. GOOOH A. ANDERSON S. H. COOK P. J. GORETTI H. E. ANDERSON I, E. COOPER S. J. GOULD P. A. ANDERSON F. L. CORIIIN V. L. GOULD A. A. ARNOLD M. C. CREW O. B. GRANT ROSALEENE ARNOLD G. W. CROMER S. S. GUNDRECKER J. A. BAKER C. F. CROSSLEY G. GUNTON J. B. BAKER GENEVIEVE DAVIDSON EDNA GUSTAFESON DOROTHA BAILEY L. E. DAWSON I. L. HAAG B. BARDE C. BECKER H. G. BERGER ' C. G. 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KINNARE E. KINSON W. J. KLINGBERG C. H. KRAMER W. E. LANG O. T. LAUBE L. LEWITON R. E. LINDSEY O. R. LUNDBECK A. LUNDGREN D, IWAXSON S. MEDER i J. MCDONALD M. McDOWELL D. MCGUIRE MIDDLETON E. MILLER MILLIGAN A. MUELLER T. MEWES I"ift11-11 im :.,.f.1.. ...,, .1z..,. ",.. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY PFFM'-'wwsetwowwspmrrvwww ?'Pg2rf5wpPFfew'gFFe5QGr?P1SE 2 I-3 ab mm .21 2'1:"U 'J E - .. ,, EHSEQEEEEEEEQQEEEEESQS 5 H sewfzfs Sim EEZ Q 'U Z ZS 5 N F0 M. WILLIAMS M. WILLIAMS ' f'N YQ, 7 Q41 V"N ., Q f- 1? T--fyye, ,. ALJ'-ffm? 'NE 1 ,bfi P 'X . . . .- . .- ,,."x.1" aw VIOZIYHMQF ...spxwn , -. A -. , , Ei? Q 17 ,f m 'fl A o2VfT'G '1gQPgH:lfe1.iQ2B1Q E W eil- g1LLIQ3ifglTEQqQ3Yl13 I 1531 2. 1191 Mnwsn igz.. -If fuA1 ... , ., ,.., . , ,.,,.-:.,.--..-.,.... V u 'if' x,4sA7kTri- ' "' "' " "' " ' " " - "5""' """' " ,' fig? X 'W QP'- EP a ,Y ul 3 4 . 4: :A i': : - ki gk'- C ' 1 H if U5 OI'1gI'Cg3.t1OHa OUSC 5, ' E1 A GIRLS' RELIGIOUS AND SOCIAL CLUB Eg: A.: gh Q! Eff I L E Founded at University of Illinois 1914 if Q Lf, .5 MEMBER IN FACULTY A V HARRIET M. PHILLIPS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 7 5 . Q, Graduate gl 3 QQ JOSEPHINE Hows Fi? QF 5 Seniors QQ ' LUCILE ABRAHAM A EUNICE E. SMITH E.. i QD NELLIE WARREN CLELLA BRICKLEY ., :Q I GLADYS HOPPIN 'fig 3 Juniors : e'-.g , ,fe : - ANNA M. BRYANT BEULAH F. HAMPSON , 45 LOUISE M. PICKENS HARRIETTE L. HoDGEs A Q5 A MARY F.- MANN 3 1 -if . a- ' Cas I an- sg Sophomore 1 GRACE R. PALMER . 4E E5 ' -In ' 3 Freshmen E 1 A I 1 KATHLEN SAWERS 4' MARGARET CoLE - Lozs M. WATT 5 gr- E -'S .-Q Y ia" .ge fi il w '29 253 95 - Fwe Hundred Sixty EP ' X V Ury- u L 43 -,J V Top Row-cow, rxcxcrms, noncxzs Seefmd Row-PALMER, IIAMPSON, smvuns, BRYANT, wA'r'r Third R010--MANN, nnlcxcuay, Anrmxmm, WARREN, smrru, HOPPIN Five H umlred Sim ty-one 1 .,.' -V 1 ' -, .3 " .- je-V, ., , V , ., , ,,v , , , X , ,A ,V f A . , 1 , I The Marine Club Founded at University of Illinois 1919 NOBLE STIEoLT R E. PETTIT D. K. MALCOLMSON R. N. CRow M. G. GODWIN M. H. Coox G. V. BUCHANAN, JR. C. E. GILLIIAM F. H. SANDHOLM H. M. GLENN W. L. TUCKER B. B. MARTIN H. STOETZEL C. M. F. CHANCE A. E. C. SMITH C. E. HARNETT W. W. PEARSON C. G. MCTAGGART B. F. OAKES E. H. WENTE W. L. SHEDDEN T. L. PERRY FRED BROWN A. F. BOUTON F. M. DENNY J. D. FULLER F. P. LILLY J. A. PAGE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Federal Board Specikzl G. F. MYERS Seniors R. W. WINKLER Juniors Soplwmores W. B. LEEDS Freshmen EDWARD DESMET H. G. VANDIVIER W. W. DAYTON G. T. PARKER P. H. SCHIFFLIN W. L. WATERMAN C. R. SMITH W? F rn S E E P 9??SPOZ99HH2W599WF M. VANDDREN A. HAY B. WRIGHT C. STANFORD O. BEESON D. BAIRD M. CROWELL D. FROSYTHE S. LEWIS M. MURRAY QUINBY WHEALIN P. BULLARD J. SMITH P. BRADISH O. BECKMAN L. PARKER G. MCTAGGART A. MCMURRAY R. PATTEN Five Ilurcdrcd Sfity-U00 The Marine Club Top Row-nEEsoN, mums, cnow, MALCOLMSON, BULLARD, PATTEN Second R010-,-GODWIN, HARNETT, IJILADISH, GLENN, BUCHANAN, BOUTON, 1-EARSON, s'mzoL'r Third Row-wA'rEnMAN, LILLY, MARTIN, wmcn'r, c. Mc 'rAccAn'r, Emmy, nmnn, GILLHAM, s'rANEonn Fourth. 12010-STOETZEL, DE SMET, CHANCE, c. SMITH, I-E'r'r1'r, A. sM1'r1I, SANDHOLM, DAYTON, CROWELL Fifth, Row-L. Mc TAGGART, EECKMAN, N. smrrxr, vANn1vIEn, SHEDDEN, LEEDS, MURRAY, FULLER Five Himdrcd Sixty-tIL1'cc r Lake Geneva Club AN ORGANIZATION MADE UP OF ALL WOMEN WHO HAVE ATTENDED A LAKE GENEVA SUMMER CONFERENCE OF THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Top Raw-COUCIIMAN, nU'rLrcnr:m, Frmsmn Second Row-cLAn1c, smns, uuxscma, nmclzns, Lomz, nmswlm Third Row-snmMI'1.1N, sco'rT, uAnub:'r1', ANDERSON, mmnxunsxrun, HUMPHREY, SALVESON OFFICERS President, INA HOLTERMAN Vice-Presidernt, ELIZABETH ANDERSON Secretary-Towasurer, FLORENCE KIMMELSHUE Five Ilumlrcd Sixty-four ,K . .f ,.,,. ,. L'Q-'I kllvj A :,-, 1 Bethany Circle GIRL'S RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION Founded at University of Illinois 1911 Five Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Tap 1x01lJ-ANDREXVS, NELSON, YOUNG, DAIIER, IillI'l'TINGlIAM, BENSON, MEREDITII, IIAMLIN Second Row- FUNK, THOMAS, I.. DAYNE, KIHSTEN, IIEAOII, c. Rusn, SMITH, ADAMS, IIOWE Thiod 1e01U-LUTTON, DREXVS, LYERLA, SUTTON, GII.I.ENWA'I'Ell, DOIXYNS, EREESE, MEYER, nI.Ac1c, GARRET Founh Row-HARRISON, ORIIPIIITII, Ivnlmc, NVINE, sc1IIEmxAUM, SIIANV ,FRIER, M. DAYNE, SPARKS, PATTONI GILBERT MEMBERS IN FACULTY RUTH FUNK EDA JACOBSEN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates RUTH LEWMAN ANGIE SMITH Seniors HELEN MOCONNELL DELIA SHAW LUCILE SUTTON LILACE KIDD Juniors CLARA RUSH ALICE THOMAS ADA WHARMBY RUTH HARRISON PAULINE FRIER Lois WINE EDNA ,SCHIERBAUM MARIE DOBYNS LOUISE BAKER RUTH BLACK Sophomores HARRIET BEACH MARGARET KIRSTEN RACHEL GRIFFITH ANNA PATTON LUCILE PAYNE PEARL FRIER HARRIET RUSH ALMA ADAMS ETHEL PARK UNA GILBERT MARY HOWE AVA LYERLA KATHLEEN MEYER Iwo llundrcd Sixty-fiim Ffreshmen ELIZABETH TURPIN LUCILE MEREDITH MARY SPARKS ELIZABETH ANDREWS IVA HAMLIN INEZ GILLENWATER CHARLOTTE NELSON MAURINE PAYNE MABEL GARRETT BERNICE FREESE JUNE BRITTINGHAM HAZEL DREWS PEARL YOUNG ADELE FUNK Philippine Illini Founded at University of Illinois 1919 Top Rowhormucs, GLEMENTIQ, FnANc1A, rwmnxo, J. FUENTES, nw, v. FUENTES Second Row-Oxiumco, PAN'rAu:oN, IIENARES, VALE, J. MIRASOL, Mmmmlm, Ancunnucs, DACANAY Third R010-LIUUNAO, slavuoun, c. 1stAnAMxm, AGUINALDO, G. MIRASOL, GLASGOW, BAUTISTA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOSE J. MIRASOL JOSE Q. DACANAY LEOPOLDO S. CLEMENTE ANTONIO M. PATERNO FRANCISCO F. PANTALEON CONCEPCION G. MARAMBA VICENTE S. FUENTES CARMEN R. AGUINALDO JOSE B. LIBUNAO Gracluates Seniors J uniofrs JOSE F. FUENTES Sophomores Freshmen MATIAS REY ANGEL S. ARGUELLES HILARION G. HENARES FAUSTINO Q. OTANES JOSE N. FRANCIA FELIX D. MARAMBA LEOPOLDO L. BAUTISTA JOSE V. ONGKECO SIMEON VALE TARHATA KIRAM Five Ilimrlrcd Sixty-six ,ly 1 1 1 :'1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 ,1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 :- L 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . 11 1 L1 ' 1 11 - 1 11 1 fl 1 1 1 v 1 1 E I 1 - 1 11 111 l 5.513--To erstwhile dean, N. A. Weston, revered by allg to Dean Ruby E. Z. Mason, over looked by allg to Assistant Dean H. Vuiqganter, ' 't' a 3 threatened by all, to Charles Le Deuc, p1 ie y to Master Carl Rahn, distrusted by ally to M. J. Stormzand, confounded by allg to Axel Brett, dis- regarded by allg and to all men and womenwho are, through narrow mindedness and other idiosyncra- sies, offended by the frank and honestrcharacter of the material in the following pages, this Roast Section is dedicated. Five Iluudrcd Sixty-n1"vcu H ear Ye. Hear Ye. Ladies and Gamma Phis: There is no use wasting your time and ours. Inside the big tent you can see rare sights like Stewed Owen buying a drink, R. A. Drysdale will rattle a few bones for you, and Mme. Izzybelle Losce will tell you where you can find things that have been lost for years, such as the Alpha Omicron Pi House and the Sigma Pi House. In the other tent fmove over, Fat Knight, so that our reader may see itb for twenty-five cents you may see Irene Seaton, Dorothy Fitzpatrick, Eunice Gawthrop and others shake a-1-ouija boa1'd, telling you where Bob Shonkwilcr pawned your watch, etc. etc. The little Henson boy will step forth and get his two-bits back. This show is for men only. While the Betas are pledging another man, the noted Scotch song leader, Harry Arms, will lead the congregation in a few Italian songs. Harry, as he appermw in the opera, "I Call My Sweetie Hinges bc- crmse SlLe's S0'lll.lZtlLi'7lg to Adore." Friends may view the remains of Tau Kappa Epsilon as they pass out. l"i1,wr llzmdrcd Sixty-eight Tales of an Ostermoor Compiled by Professor Losthis Sleep Being a full and comprehensive description of all hallucinations and distorted visions, as experienced and translated by the author. Copyrighted 74 B. C. by the U. S. Bureau for the Prevention of Idle Dreams. Editors Note--Fearing that the victim may become disgusted be- fore he finds the dream which he wishes translated, the various impo- sitions have been listed alphabetically. IF YOU DREAM OF ACACIA-you will probably regret it the rest of your life. We can make no positive assertion as to this, because little is known of the mental attitude which one must undergo in order to think of them even while unconscious. It has recently come to the author's ears that certain members of this tribe are in attendance at this University, but there is no proof to maintain this assertion. IF YOU DREAM OF ALPHA CHI ' RHO-it is because you have been reading something you should not have--for in- stance the Illinois Magazine. This insip- id publication has been known to bring bad dreams to many men, and the author 1 classes it alongside of The Rules and Reg- Mx2Lfl'hfJ'S ulations for the Guidance of Undergrad- ' , uate Students as the two most worthless W HAT novels in existence. YO uw ca Gfms IF YOU DREAM OF ALPHA DEL- 'SHOULD TA PHI-prepare for a bad day. Be sur- KNOW prised at nothing which may happen to you, but regard it stoically as a necessary evil. The dream will probably be accom- panied by convulsions, but do not attempt to stop them. They are the natural symp- toms of a normal mind reacting to the degrading iniiuence of your nocturnal cogitation upon these creatures. Imme- diately upon awakening take a warm bath and retire to your room. It is often nec- essary to take an aspirin tablet, but do not depend too much upon this means of relief. I"iva Iluoulrvd Sixty-nin TALES OF AN OSTERMOOR IF YOU DREAM OF ALPHA GAMMA RHO-go out into the garden and eat worms. This the Ags do every day in order to get enough to live on. It is said that the commissary feeds them dry corn and bran mash, and that many of the regulars stay out in the barns and eat with the horses. Out of duty to Mel Crandall, who is a senior in the house, all the brothers pretend to read the Illinois Agriculturist. This is one of the tenderest touches, one which shows the spirit of self sacrifice and unselfishness, that we have noticed in years. IF YOU DREAM OF ALPHA SIGMA PHI-begin packing your suitcase for a long journey. It really doesn't matter much where you go because your conscience will never forget. The thought of this bunch has caused more people to go wrong than there are hobnails on a pea. Records show that a man was once pledged to this frat, but he decided that he could not live with such low brows and later became a bootlegger. IF YOU DREAM OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA-get up and dress for a funeral. There may not be one, but there's positive assurance that Vesey Snyder will answer to the roll call up yonder ere long, it being only a matter of time until his body from the neck down will also cease to function. Cop Healy gets the five copies of the Siren out each month on the A. T. O. hand press. An explanation is perhaps due to our readers that the Siren is a humorous publication, which, with Brother N. A. Weston, gives the frat a corner on the campus jokes. Our acquaintance with this tribe includes T. A. and Doc Harrington, and we have no de- KMA sire to know any- more. IF YOU DREAM OF BETA THETA PI-you have had a large dream about a large number of persons who wear 7M1 hats and 13 collars and who infest a struc- ture similar to the Tower of Bab- el. The only difference between the Tower of Babel and the Beta house is this: in the case of the ancient structure the Tower itself was weakg those who inhabit the Beta premises are morally weak. The Betas in bidding for the next national convention, sub- mitted the following proposition: We can house all the delegates from A to G in the Armoryg those from G to M in the Auditorium, those from M to R at the stock pa- vilion. For those remaining we can charter the Inman and the Beardsley, and if there is any overflow we can put another 700 cots in the house. Governor Low- den is a Beta. Outside of that he is fair and square. It is predicted that if Lowden can poll the entire Beta vote, with Niebergall and Hawley Wilson voting three times as usual, he is sure of a plurality of at least 600.006, assuming of course that there are no factions in the fraternity. BO!-K BEER IE o .. Fivv Iluudrvd Swv ty TALES OF AN OSTERMOOR IF YOU DREAM OF CHI PHI-don't get despondent. Your chances for all the happiness in this world have had a rude blow, but there are cases on record where men have recovered from this, much the same a man comes out from under an anesthetic. One of the first Chi Phis, Marcus Kuppenheimer, was the inventor of the slip-over vest, the only garment of its kind which does not interfere with the size of a Chi Phi safety pin. IF YOU DREAM OF CHI PSI--get up and take a cold shower and a rub down. This may not accomplish any results, but there is a slight chance that it may take your mind off of the Chi Psis, and anything that will do that is well worth while. This club is composed of one man, two boys and seven Chi Psis. Rumor says that they have pledged three freshmen this year, but this seems doubtful. Even if you believe they marooned these unfortunates early in the year, its a positive cinch that they would not have stayed out in the wilderness after Bob Preble re- turned to school. Preble is second only to Red Alison in popularity-that is, popular with Preble. IF YOU DREAM OF DELTA KAPPA EPSILON-it means that you will soon receive a bid to the slovenly order of the Red Necktie. This group is the last remnants of the Fitzgerald tribe, and if you will believe us, they are remnants. Strictly speaking there isnit a man in the house, but by the aid of the constantly alert plblicity department, they manage to keep their names before the public eye. Various administra- tions and student committees have attempted to clean up this bunch but at the present writing little has been accomplished. IF YOU DREAM OF DEL- TA PHI--snore loudly three times and arise immediately. You will probably experience a lonesome feeling, as though you were far away from any friends, and you will sudden- J ly feel the need of a good smoke, but you will hardly get the old pipe lit until someone taps you on the back and whispers the mystic ' words, "forbidden". This is - 1 the backbone of their frater- FOQBIDDEN. if nity and we believe they have removed the aforesaid back- bone from their members to -.Bm put it there. ' Five Himdrcd Seventy-o TALES OF AN OSTERMOOR IF YOU DREAM OF DELTA TAU DELTA-abandon all hopes of ever amounting to anything. The Delts have. As our old friend, Julius Caesar said "when in Rome do as the Greeks do", meaning that if your mind is down to their level, it will take several tons of TNT to get it back up. Now that John Barleycorn has bit the dust for the final count, the Delts are not prominent in anything unless you believe in the old saying that "the last shall be first." IF YOU DREAM OF DELTA UPSILON-sit bolt upright in bed and pinch yourself. If you have forgotten the dream by that time con- gratulate yourself and give another 25 cents to the Belgian relief fund. Someone once said that D. U. stood for Damned Unnecessary and although we have carried forth countless experiments we have failed to find a better explanation of the order. IF YOU DREAM OF KAPPA SIGMA-run to your room and put on your asbestos pajamas. This was what St. Peter meant when he gave a certain dissertation about a hell on earth. One of the founders, a man passing under the cognomen of Nicodemus, was not at that time suspected of being in partnership with the Devil. It is a well known fact now, how- ever, that these two are one and the same, and anyone who has ever had anything to do with these unfortunates knows what a life they lead. IF YOU DREAM OF LAMBDA CHI ALPHA-you will awake a strong believer in prison reform. These de- generates have on their roster some of the most vicious criminals of the world, such as Jesse James and Collec- tor of Funds Morey. It is interesting to note that Mr. Baird, in his famous collection, has allowed a peculiar error to slip by. He announces that this ,b club designates their chapters as "Ze- tas". It is so evident that he meant si -.2 Zebras, that we need hardly go into the matter further. They have become so used to stripes that they cannot go past a barber pole without blushing. Five Ilzmdrcd Scvc fyt TALES OF AN OSTERMOOR IF YOU DREAM OF PHI DELTA THETA-keep it to yourself. There is nothing to be gained by spreading the news and it will only get you a bad reputation. Concerning the club, Mr. Baird states that it was established December 26, which gives us an unquestionable clew into the founding of the association. The date, December 26, immediately sug- gests to us Christmas, and it will be remembered by some of our more fortunate readers that five years ago fwhich year had the handicap of fostering this crewj there was plenty of whiskey and hard cider to be had. Thus after a merry party some misfits who were more polluted and- we venture to say that some were even paralyzed-than the rest got together and joined hands in a frolicking game of "drop the handker- chief ". A mutual feeling of pity for their debauched, unfortunate selves grew out of this melee and the result was Phi Delt. IF YOU DREAM OF PHI GAMMA DELTA-for Heaven's sake keep it under cover. Hold your head in shame for at least a fortnight, with the trust that you will be forgiven. Back in the old days Phi Gam existed sub rosa, men did not openly profess membership, and all activity of the fraternity was on the quiet. That ban against secret frats was lifted almost thirty years ago, and yet today we find the Phi Gams living the same old life of solitude and secrecy. IF YOU DREAM OF PHI KAPPA PSI-run to the doctor and ask him for all of the anti- dotes and preventatives which he LE'f'S has. The Phi Psis are sick, and N.-LE this strange condition has pre- ORGA Pl-ll PSI vailed ever since the thing was founded five years ago. One glance at the old reliable and we find that it was perpetrated at Jeffer- son College during an epidemic of scarlet fever. We have always heard that this malady leaves one gi permanently disabled in some part of the system, and this horrible SCARLZET E example certainly bears out that ,BD FEVER E statement. ' Five Hundred Seventy-tln'cc ..: ,,., . . - ...N-'UL I' 'tiff' fl " ' l TALES OF AN OSTERMOR 5 .ii 'Elle Q 0 IF YOU DREAM OF PHI KAPPA of SIGMA-you will wake up with a thirst X Q and a splinter in your mouth. Whatever virtues these quaint creatures may have, abstinance is not one of them. Strange ' to say, this gang is the heart and soul of Q I T. A. Clark's detective bureau, for when " other sources fail, these correspondence school sleuths can always pick up a dozen or so of the brothers for being too care- less with the bottle. , 1 1 -is is t 'fe x I O ' x f I1 ""'vrIu' '5 I N" at lihlhn 'Bw - IF YOU DREAM OF PHI SIGMA ,Dm-wel NE FROM KAPPA-get up immediately and lock up f-W, 3,55 all of your valuables. This is merely a pre- cautionary measure in case you walk in " your sleep and attempt to steal your own I I , watch. Ollie Metzler and his gang are the originators of the assertion that "there is honor among thieves" and some of the fresh- men really believe it. IF YOU DREAM OF PI KAPPA AL- PHA-you will spend one of the toughest 'BW' nights possible. In reality the environment around the P. K. A. house is actually so tough that the chapter canary sings bass. When a Pi Kap want to break up a cold, he makes a mixture of whisky and ground glass Cpreferred to rock candyl. To better illustrate just how hard this variety of bar fly is, it may be of interest to know that one of the founders was once arrested for shoplifting in a piano store. 1F YOU DREAM OF PSI UPSILON-the morning after your mouth will taste like a motorman's glove. The poorest products of the best families connot all be absorbed by this crowd but our observation shows that the Psi Us are performing a great service in ridding com- munities of most of them. Horatio Alger, the in-famous author, is a Psi U. His release by graduation from a direct bond with his frat brethren gave him the inspiration for a frank biographical treatise entitled, "Risen From the Rank." While the brothers admitted that the word "rank" Five llxuzdrctl Seventy-fowr TALES OF AN OSTERMOOR was correctly applied to them, they pleaded with Bro. Alger to release the book under the title of "Risen From the Ranks," which, out of pure sympathy, was done. After his initiation he wrote "Wait and Hope", but after he sank to the lowly level of his associates, he published "Sink or Swim." His book "Young Acrobat" was written after he watched the local chapter give a demonstration of their usual table manners. IF YOU DREAM OF SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-pardon us we had no intention of cursing in these pages when we started, but somehow the name slipped in. While we are on the subject of slipping, we might as well continue to talk of the Sig Alphs, for they have been slipping ever since they started. Our old friend Baird tells us that there is a fraternity by that name somewhere in the south, but we think he must have made some mistake in this instance for we can think of no good reason for calling this bunch a fraternity. IF YOU DREAM OF SIGMA CHI-lie quietly and try to think what you have done during. the day to deserve it. This is in the nature of an alibi, so you will probably succeed, for the Sigs always have an alibi for everything. They are very active in the house, even to the extent of playfulness, but they seem to forget all this when they get outside. They are well known on the south campus and in the Arcade, but they rarely get on well in any other place, probably because they are such a nonde- script bunch. One of the questions which they argue among themselves at all times is whether they are a national or a local frat. IF YOU DREAM OF SIGMA NU--and live to look it up in here we will pay you a reward of 810,000 Ca Jewish millionl. We take this chance because statistics show that only one man out of the 2356 who have been unfortunate enough to have had this dream has survived it, and he was the president of the Garbage Men's Union. Why such an unimportant organization should raise such a horrible and destructive stench is still a mystery to the psychological world. IF YOU DREAM OF TAU Q KAPPA EPSILON-You will wake up in a fit of laughter. Of course, the Tekes won't know what you are so convulsed over, ' but that doesn't really matter. In reality, the Tekes are the same to the fraternity world as Keystone comedies are to the movie realm. That old reliable authority, "Baird's Manual" correctly places the Tekes in the same division with the negro I I and Hindu societies. A Teke pin IS like that old story about being seen in a bath tub. Most of the fem clerks at Lewis' and the waitresses at the Silver Moon recommend the Tekes highly. Five llzmdrcrl Seventy-,Eve IF YOU DREAM OF THETA CHI TALES OF AN OSTERMOOR IF YOU DREAM OF SIGMA PI-there will probably be no effects, either good or bad. This bunch is so weak it is not even capable of making a bad impression, and thousands of people are not aware that such a clan exists. The Sigma Pi lads have tried in various ways to establish themselves in the community, the latest being that of house building. They built out by the armory so that all the freshmen and sophomores would have to pass it coming home from drill. M ffflif a Wears Z FAQQMAN X f GQADUATED ll NN" "",'f'z 5 U ' ' Y' l W t V Q -turn over and go to sleep again. There is no cause for worry, yet there is no reason for elation. In any num- ber of human beings you generally expect to find at least one man, but you will be sorely disappointed in this crew. They never had but one man in their whole historyg poor old Chuck Fairman. It is said that they maintain a chapter house, but inasmuch as we haven't read the Illini this morning, we aren't positive of its location. 4 IF YOU DREAM OF Y THETA DELTA CHI--do feel inclined to hiccough. lj not be surprised if you TFA Funny is about the kindest thing you can say about them. As a whole they are about as sorry a gang as it has ever been our mis- E fortune to know. Abe Martin wrote the ritual for their initiation for shall we say ignitionj in his characteristic breezy style, SID- and for this reason it is said that the individual members are just as funny to each other as they are to other persons. Yes the word Theta Delt inspires a chuckle. IF YOU DREAM OF ZETA PSI-search frantically for a piece of cotton to stop up your ears. This crew serves well as a horrible ex- ample of a bad case of loud-mouth. Many of them will not recognize each other as brothers, but each one will disgust you with long discourses on himself. What they have ever had to become conceited over has always been a puzzle with us, and we have always felt that the less they said about themselves the better. Five Hundred Scvcny-s W ,l..v,f, 1 6-8-31-SHIFT-SHIFT Rear Elevation of Fat CDepler CPractising His Favorite Foot- ball CPosition at an Early Age. g I THE RUSH IS ON, OH CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS! This is absolutely the first evidence we have haul that there is a chapter of Ph1 Kappa Psi at Illinois. A search of the city directory shows that a fraternity of such name is operating a chapter house at 911 S. Fourth St. As the following letter indicates, several choice rooms are still available for the present school year. If Ids f? NM' Wffff v' ,010 1,1715 L,- dg Kia: fmelwf ,Aw fJ7f""'f""'f .f111,Zf,6v6'1ff yeepvgyypcof ,-251 1.85141 aff' M beat.,-cMi?7 7 xecmm 1-Ca ye-we ,gffmgaa r-?,1,4,-vwrffjvv-f',0f"'Ve'f Z5 MX m'w,yfW are M M ff fwfeffwf WW Zufe.e'I1fL.L'Cf? ffvffA'4wfffL Wcefffgf-fo Q-lady!! flu-Ifffq cbymfaoq, L4ffr1,.M1,22,0-. ce Qual- TZz,ca,e-.,. fa-yr!-ale amd! ae-aff'-cf. L 6- vfvldztvnf 44M-f414fUf7W"'f"""'eI f'4a44"'- A Jug ,g,.-f..-N4 'MAD A761 6414, ,NLC-,f vczw- Cfnvubrvcowfclhjwxff- 'MJ-LL"'i, -f""'l4"4-",1fvt-4 44-,enfg-Aff-fYT1,144.2 J' Vqfwv'-Cf ucn.1.flZ7f.-.f,4.,4 ' 'lf'-frg1'Z7f,ff,,w'M4z ,ZAZZQ3 VX- IZPL-dfvf-600160 dfvfy V 51146 A ' Cc Glff, n-2. I Five Hundred Seventy-eight ,.4- ,,,., , WY. ,, A- ,,, L,.3iIzxi1f, .nf-:'1g:.x.. ' "Hur " ' nt. 1 gf 21255751 "f',"'Qit'5'1"' 'ff' YXWPY , , V1 gf 11 11'iKffrgrSa'i'Af1i 555' wif f7fQfT1,? 'Tj' -'if f2'5.fi7jf7'f'l3i3 'T' '. 719 aff? iff' ANY ICE TO-DAY LADY? "WHOSE OOGIE-WOOGIE IS OO ?" SEZ MIKE DAILEY, HE-VAMP AND HOME-WRECKER. "ISE OO OOGIE-WOOGIE," SEZ LOIS CONNOR, A CAMPUS FA- VORITE FOR OVER TEN YEARS. MIKE IS SHOWN IN THE ACT OF PUCKERING UP AND LOIS SEEMS IMMENSELY PLEASED. fNote: In Mike's pocket an envelope may be seen. It contains an article for the American Boy on "A Man Does Better Work When His Hands Are Fu1l.J 1 Copyriirht, Underwear and Underwear. Fvc Ilundrcd Seventy- Doc Harrington, .Director of the Curses in Journalism, on June 30th Last. After being Ejected by the A. T. Os. for Boisterousness he went Over to the Sig Lawn to Chase Squirrels. The Wo limit each cus- tomer to 10:21 looks. The Honor System Campus Belles Are Pealing By ML K. HALL As shades of night, were sag- ging down We passed six one East Green, The window curtains seemed to Cut out the moonlight beam. And o'er many a painted Woman There stole a lovely dream. Then from a third floor case- ment Leaned out a dam-0-sel, The passers stopped and listedias She rang a silver bell. I heard a keen-eyed Theta Delt Arc the Pi Phis good nt Illinois? Answer: Some of thc cellar Covers this Pfovosi' say "the Pi Phi Belles are peal- gistm. rc, tion. ing." MAKE CHECKS ' , TAKE HOME PAYABLE T0 001441 A sox or D. E. HARRIS LANDY CHOCOLATE! , sos E. cf-.en sn. CHAMPAIGNJLL T We re 'i'2Eivf36" T ' - l I sl 5... Slngle - -.,.LUNQ':L. .QSQDA ronnulLI run... llnun l mum ill!! J-nnnnurwq Peg Mung-er, Louis Witaker, and EW 'EW Z at , If Ruth Stimpson dropped this check in fl , .. 0 , ,iff-9 f 3 . the Mosi-Over after a 3 o'c1ock re- al 42.4 ff i cently. 3 'H' H fp Just a little afternoon lunch, you . . . .. know. i f ' f ' Wish they would take Chuck Acer - I M ? along sometime and get her out of . I 'v Z ' . the 88 lb. class. i A Maybe the Kike Omegas have N9 378 3 stopped serving meals. YL!!-SL PAY THIS AMOUNT T0 CASPIIER QU' ...UH -H ..,.. 1- .,........, n I Ilumircd Eighty HIRE A HEARSE I "Before we start the exercises, permit me to say, that I consider A. L Barton the greatest cheer leader that Illinois has ever had."-Art Barton at the lynchmg of Al Barton on June 30, 1920. 4 Qx SE I0 Q Jim gix ' 25 ' 'YN -4' ' lgtv I U' "I" GN g k a,ml1' "" -f' X. ft p SJ I ll f If .-1:1v+1rfw.. I' X W' QQ.. V -vt-I-1 Arthur Barton requires the services of an even dozen Zeta Psi men to carry his manuscripts to the football games. To Al Barton. tHe is so well known that n DIl0t0X1'!l1Jh is unnoccssury.J As glides the glazier slowly toward the sea, So moves his mind at top velocity. For skin he has a cuticle of slate, Suggestions arrow ne'er can penetrate. His brazen ego does the world defyg He worships but the English pronoun UI". When at the football bleachers he appears To beat the tempo for our lusty cheers, He pouts and shouts and spouts all aimlessly, And almost says, "Let's give nine rahs for me." His conscience supple is, as spine of worm- Forsooth in many ways this lad can squirm, For with one hand he pats, his back with praise, Whilst with the other, hands himself bouquets. Five Ilundrcrl Eighty-one fresh In the Good Old Days The Delta Tau Deltas averaged over 365 keg parties each year. An investigation by the Dean of Men in 1913 revealed the fact that 12 of the 59 Delt freshmen had never heard of University Hall. The lone grad- uate of the frat for the period 1902-1914 left the institution with the idea that Boots Lud- wig was treasurer of the University. On Saturdays, the frosh would gather the bottles emptied the week before, and would often clear as high as S350 on empties sold to the junk man at a penny apiece. L1 on llx'Ill.lXlIll IXI.1IllIl,IIx.Nllll'lllllll I , . H- Wfuvn l'llia'r SIYCMNIV ms'1- SW:lINbmS'l' sroomn l'l'llS'l' sui-new L'If'N.s'1m, S I-,mp vw-9 vt M-9 4 5'-f,y.N- 9 'mir w H45 "-.H , sc . 1,,,,Z-,U -0940 -lo-u no-n ll-12 Il 1. i,-45 19-M. 1. -I-5 I5-I+.. ,., Q 4 ae? - -' ' WW" "'f?YUh 'W' g , Y , , ' H, " .5 f,.f:.,, 85? I ' HI , Ima. .V . .. M' ' 1 V 'M ll ., w 1 1 IV , 1,1 . A A K, gh 4-N A xv--H xo nil- 'H' 84 ' l 0 fn' ii i - i sax Ain i N I l ! ,vii o-n 7 A 4 V IM 151' ?-A!!tAb1A- ou F -,...f' as-Y A A .H ' " W gl "1 11:2 EAT IDT 91 1 , I 'K' no Zell , . ' 4,1 . f t -' f-.N -aa W' 824 1' ii f Y? ""' 1 1 Q Af iii . . . 1 E' X 'G lm ' 5 V Qi This is the type of chick- - ' ' ' A4 nen,,,, - - -' '- aww-A A125 'f' gf? "' , if en or Easter egg the Delts I ' I AIU H . ' ' - v . 85921211 W 55' ll' Ng .... OAEE.. 757' used to import from Gawd -----r -- '- " 'A I I Q M' rr I tw W law' Lg I? 225, Ci! gg' H' knows where for the Junior g 9 ,ivan A117 - ou 4,-JM . 125- wi Qi ' " "' Au" '- A' Prom, etc. We call them dh ll OA: 1: 'VT MI i Am ' rn ' "' I -n W ' Easter eggs because they jg Atop- -I M. NZ' 'H if 'I - . .. ... I . 78-QM W s" 'I' T L YH., lf were hard-boiled and paint- 4 ,V I t no Ni 12:4 fc' b -In , .-... 1 ,za ed. A Delt house dance OL , i Q21 Q Ga tm ' ' 'Z l used to register: 2 sorority ow ' Q ' , 76l..a-.. Pl-1 K 'fiq --' 'FRATERNITIES girls usually slstersg 8 tel- " l A "' mm scnomuz- ' , ll H - 3 F5 TH' may-f-A.'Q5H1p ar ffm ephone girlsg 12 from Lew- YSJL- " M" "1 W j.',:,:f:gf mJYWIgfgfgPY:f is'g 16 from the Little Gem - FRATR: 1' lcrub- , LN NITYAV' 5ETQj""',.-. 1,-Q 07 I ffyqqqj shirt factory and 6 from the 74' " - "!?'f'??5ni ww l ""72!AfXLfI 'fi P U P, W! , . Urbana Soft-Water Laun- .M LISHFD 1 , v , L-L dry. Five Hundred Eighty-two HOW TIME DOES FLY Prohibition has had a most peculiar influence on things that have been inert for years. On yon page we have pictured to you the routine of the organization in the days when Fire Water was 99 44-100 percent of the ritual. On this 'page you see the fond hopes of Harry K, Thaw, Earl Dear and William Hale Thompson, founders, shamefully shattered. 5 SeP"'x92 BOW A Q se THE IZAEFAU ,..RlR.k3l..............-- Pas ,lunmunumnuumlll OF 11iiun1iilnuiiiimxxiixllllnm lulllllllulllllllllll S S5108 xthliim - the BETA uvuuwtiism of kcew mwafd . 010g xkng got' 510. ming 15 irq 1O0w...wize.v Evetil and we eugmus t gave, 8- H35 cnavtergaf of gavenwffyobacco .1 last to agar peanut on n gullefgabcock BTN essive Wayan Tha Dean nent 1461, HQQTA More rotbei' e egce t Gent. Wuzk and gives soma Perla, i0'f E22 v a e , give thlflaow. tor: doinaeirv as Exca. vice on mmm 9' lib?-0 si t of Y a sue . E-22 Wien on Brmwork ln uvermte Sunday. CPPSSQQDZ-Yyyagln is ihodist' mn Ytes. X321 Bwwng owfflee' like wifi- ' Y10 T ' Y' . the OR at L3-gmt aga-KSN, X052 in we ifxt we lgitooile Q29 Siifffw- Wnuaw rn W' now a ion ev- aw c0 Q, is wal' 5 R Ono! Rexi5iri.rz.a-w- Sun befS 0 mem ' DELT HOMECOMING IN 1930 Five H u'nd1'cd Eighty-tlu'vr' DELTA TAU DELTAS LEAD SCHOLARSHIP john Street Scholars Are Head and Shoulders Above Other Frats HAVE 18 PHI BATES IN HOUSE Delta Tau Delta, not only tops the fraternity averages for the past semester, but totally eclip- ses the general Univer- sity averages, according to information given out at the omces of the Dean of Men, yesterday. The Delts, who have maintained a flawless scholastic record since prohibition set in in 1919, have 18 members of Phi Beta Kappa in the chap- ter. Individual members have the highest averages in every school, with the exception of the School of Music, in which the Phi Gams take the ber- ries. The averages follows: Dlelta Tau Delta ............... 4.98 Sigma Nookey ..................... 2.83 Kappa Alpha Psi ............ 2.31 Sigma Phi Epsomsalt1.99 Sigma Alpha Epsilon "' "Nothing to base figures on. Humpy Howard' Is one of the Most Selfish Birds of our Acquaintance. One thing sure: We wou1dn't be bothered with a cigar with all of that inspiration around us. 012, .Maymef Come dofwn and ana' pick out gable. I Hundred Eighty- Class Day at the Pontiac Reform School. Reading from left to right: J. Haulgarbage Wilson, chief hold-up man of the Daily Illini ad staffg Irene Battaile, who uses his Beta pin to keep up her Onyx hos- ieryg LaRue Robertson, who Alpha Chi Omegas, and the lad with the Quaker Oats smile is none other than Bob Strehlow, who is safely hidden in the large fraternity at 202 E. Daniel. Anyone who is stupid enough to look at such a simple assemblage will readily notice that J. Hawley is the only one who is not completely convulsed over the humor associated with having a photograph taken. Wilson is worried because Irene is mak- ing goo-goo eyes at the colored photographer. It is Altogether Fitting and Proper that We Say a Few Words About Our Friend DEAN RUBY E. Z. MASON We desire to make this statement: oet'4ae8z!!!? lael8z: lilil HS ?oe8z I"ivc Ilunrlrvd Eiglzty-ji vu Our Own CBatbing CBeauties Stew Owen when he didn't have a single evil thought. Mary Funk. Q V' 'LNJ This must be Saturday for Kaye doesn't have to play the uke to at- tract our at- tention. 'x Buddie a n d Sconcie were among the at- f tractions at ! Wi s c o n s i.n's s u m m c 1- school. Allow us to call to the life-saver. 'fx Corrine and Jimmy Havens on the high , seas. Notice Jimmy's 3 low cut gown, Shock- ing! 1 1 J 02. it your attention Y 49D"y Cham- Olive berlain, for your approv- al. Who said you had to learn to like olives? An advertise ment for Pans garters v -. , I, Q t f -' t , l I sa X - "' .a f x- , . fl e Q :Z 'i u P794 '. !f fa 2 ITT A. "' I ' f I M lx ' 1 V QM' 1. x.- x-ful, ,V Five Hundred Eighty-six Our Own CBatbing CBeczuties Virginia. Moore Dear son: Col- all up in the air. if lege is not a. W .A " " ' If-' .fq safe place for ., 5, , A J f jig y o u. Come " lei' , , E. 5.---"' 'X vw' home et once. ,,f" -"""'x xv Glaclys:Frazier L 'fill' ,"" fi ' is trying to de- , Qi 'QM cide whetliviar X f. . ., ' .-, her feet rea y , - I ,.-' ' A S -K- are mates. wnlgxbgllp H , un ist beauty. 'N X-.FK The Achoths in if Who woulcln't want to be the Dcun ol' the Col- legre of Commerce and have u Steno like this? Amen T h i s little lu:-is is none other t h 11 n Min Engel- lnnd, n yzrent, yes :L great many years ago. sensible bathing suits. I we Ilzmdlcri E1'yht11-srvvu f.x lilflfl , -'fl'--fi - limm Our Own cBatl1ing 'Beauties Virginia is w o n d e ring whether she h a s 1 o s t something. Phil Roland shows excel- lent judge- ment for a change. Y. n, f J 1, ..-J , This was to have been SOME picture, but the camera- m an got dizzy. -----.-i.....l- 1 .-,L 9 ! t , Sam Heikes and Septem- ber Morn are twins, ac- cording to the Alpha Sigs. No, gentle reader, this is not an overcoat adver- tisement. L:,.,..,-11. L.. . lip "Thats no to the sailor. said Kaye .. .n. ..,. ...v.,,...,. The Kappa cistern will not find any fish this way. Five Hundred Eighty-eight I 1 , V' 'x X- 1 - - - A ' um : f -, lu. -' , 11 ,Q fl .1 If: ,. W TIT 4. ,w ,J 'll ' ,,- 5 iii ,ic J lf?- Q, VY ily il df if Elf ug. ,lj Cl' 'il' fa ,V il, B. f rj' M, L4 1,4 7' .4' M v-, N ll ' ilu ,L ,pf 117 ,,4, 'f .4- if: J. "L, v . il. .,, 31 -1: ,,' Q. WI? A. ,lp i. a, M 4, l:. il 1'- if,- A V4 4 L, I. ,5 -I y.. . ip-, in - L ,4. l FOREST RESERVE MAGAZINE GOI G! G01 e1GoN 1 U- 1- EDUCATOR CBlover,5 5Wange emedy tl Should be in the Medicine Cabinet of Every A1- falfer Raiser. Ain't it a dinger. This is .-1. not Tom's car: that is ob- ilious becatgzc hlc islal prof. t - .. ,, t t . l Lhelssnirhc kixd mfr faoiifis CProf T E. Olwer at Third Mnnual Conven- his mug. The suit is one th e 'r t in h - mi':nf0f0'17he'f'Q3c,ljQajfCf0ggs tzon of cBetter Home Brew League F010 . Take 9. squint at Prof. Oliverka hirsutq heritage.. I "Blovers Mange Remedy has greatly assisted me in imitating an airdale," said Tommie, as he extracted a misplaced bowl of chile from his nest-like beard. "Not only that," he added, "but I can make use of my whis- kers in the campaign to exterminate the dread cootie. As you are per- haps aware, the cootie, like other rare insects, is attracted by the hedge-like appearance of a man's beard and will eagerly repair thereto in countless thousands. If they should seem a little timid at first, anoint the region slightly with chloroform or take a mouthful of bee-bee shots and spit at them." "After the cooties are trapped in the meshes of the whiskers, it is a simple matter to lull them into a coma with the smoke from a Christmas cigar after which they may be easily removed with an axe, pick or shovel." "cf4sle the man who ofwns one" Fwc Hundred Eighty-'nine I CADET CARL ATWOOD is very fond of ripe olives This is the first announce- ment the De1t's have regarding Brother Atwood's engagement. We'l1 Say It's a Gay Life!! . Y... X ,fx .,g-Y,..:. if -if -1 iI,,,'1 f ,- fu, 5 1 A. .' Five Hundred Ninety X"g' ' '1 Don't Push Too Hard Lady. We'Ve Got a Wife and Nine Kids mn ov uma: quinoa, a- fl X A5 A 122 T? '-iii n mu .Leng mm -mum ' Iviiz.. . M' , .'Tf"'.1'3'5TT"'e ..":'!Fe'fLfc'afe"- "--'mt..-.-l,9:9:':"1.'- :1r!f:'-.Uris' '."""".'-rEi1'I'23"?ffm't RECEIVED AT 44 EAST snow ST.. coiumsus. num. -1919 N07 52 Pl' 1 27 A324CH 7 CHAMPAIGH ILLS' 1251P 22 ' CAPT KOPP 1 ILL FOOT BALL TEAM OHIO GYM COLUMBUS WE ARE BACK OF YOU PUSHING HARD DELTA GAMMA . Oh a football game may bring one fame, Or bring the ambulanceg Yet with luck along you can't go wrong --To lose there is no chance. But Ohio State, had Wooed Dame Fate, And things looked black as coal, When Captain Kopp shrieked, "Over the top! We've got to make a goal." The game is at its crisis and the bleacher crowd is terlseg The Buckeyes hit Illini like a hammer, A Western Uniion urchin comes a-'uaultifng o'er the fence, "A telegram for Kopp, signed Delta Gammerf' The captain reads the message, and shouts-his smile ewparldsg He slaps the back of Mister Bobby Fletcher,- "The Delta Gams are back of us!" fThey dance and clap their hands.J "You gotta kick a Goal." Bob said, "You betcherf' Oh a football game may bring one fame, Or bring the ambulance 3 But a telegram from a Delta Gam Erases all the "cants". A single slip and the championship Would stay on 0hio's sward, But we won with ease, 'cause the staunch D.Gs. Were back of us pushing hard. Five Hundred Ninety-one THE CAMPUS GRAVEYARD J. - ' John Ingwersen, a D. K. E., X 5 A Scandaknave by birth, Ji, If we knew fractions we would see if lg If we could state his worth. fi - f f , 'Zh x w K1 4 90 Here hid behind that curly hair uv' 41, Q Is Wobbly Wobbly Browng I The coppers simply were not there j m When this bird lit in town. .Z IA. , ug w 'I' ' 1 . Wi 1 3 Chal Taylor, thisg let friends rejoice- , A ' 'Tlis he of lusty lung. , ! Not 'til the Fates do still his voice I Will his fame be unsung. W Q 4 Herewith a bloated letter "I", Mike Dailey, self-renowned, When someone tells us, 'Tm the guy--" We know that Mike's around. Q., , , . . s 7 J n V j Von Bmzer, ach Q U A" 1 .1 -1 y a dirty name, nd auch a dirty soulg The Phi Delts have to blush Because he's on with sh their roll. I ive Hand red N in 3.1116 ctu-two THE CAMPUS GRAVEYARD .1 ff ' His carcass travels like a snail, f' His mind is also lowg e ' How could a man like Hugh Cross fail Wi, 2' l gh To be an A. T. O. A ...M ' e ' - lil "LI, . g, ' ' 'Tis Trotzky Tapscott, Lambda Chi, Q The campus bolshevikg Whene'er this guy goes crawling by "' Our hands itch for a brick. bl .P-X.. , "Pm ninety-nine and nine tenths pure," 'C , Buck Rice his paen croonsg It ' An Alpha Chi Rho we are sure- Rice always goes with prunes. -NN 5 U it A 1 NK C 2 0' 'Tis Hawley Smith, or we shall die, 0 This loud self-advertiser, j N ' Another year he'll qualify For faculty adviser. fy X 3 F fl, n . 'Tis Drysdale, sometimes yclept Bob, Xxddf M TB To know him is disgraceg Aye, nature did a grotesque job 6 When she designed his face. f W Five Humircd Nimrtif-thrvc THE ' 4 Mc'?e.f1N H LJ A Jake Schnellbacher, a settee eel, A vampire's willing swag, For though he seems to like the F He does not study Ag. A All isa' 5 ! la! Slim Buehler, sh, a patron, he, Of many sightless pisg But he's the best that we could see Among the Kappa Sigs. u 5 .' "iIL"": J CAMPUSGRAVEYARD ield A1 Becken, Kuppenheimer's guide, And chief of crummy gentsg He ought to take one half his pride And trade it for some sense. t CQ Brute Baker,, of the Sig domain, fAnother blackball, quickj Why should there be so cheap a brain Inside a wall so thick? 'igghi .14 '52 I A E I 1 Q A moonlight pirate, say the janes- . Prof Moore, your fame is known. 'Tls well one needs but little brains To play the saxaphone. Five Ilundrcd Ninety-,four THE CAMPUS GRAVEYARD Ah, Rodney Mason, ain't oo tweet? One of the Psi U gents. His head is filled with such conceit There's no room left for sense. 1 P 3' I 4 Chick Niebergall fsee Beta listj His ilk we can't defineg How any of this sort exist Among the ninety-nine? ' s JI 6 O A kangaroo? No, guess again. Shonkwiler, first name Bob. When Nature planned this specimen She did a rotten job. Five Hundred Ninety-five W , ,,... I . its? x W , is ifiswi. Tom Kennedy, the big' Chi Phi, Lord of their boundless plains. The center of a cooties eye Could safely hide his brains. fn . v I x Z.. if 'Tis Goble, from the Phi Psi show, The runt of all the herdg He says, "To China I will go". Let's make him keep his word w Y 1 s I 1 :xii .... :VI in Lil T 2 Q05 'iiai 3 :E c , + " - VW ' Q 422 4 ., I 'D THE CAMPUSC3 'exif' 56 , U I lil A" 1 lm:-3 This Charlie Carroll, quitea toad, fPray tell who calls him brotherj With one hand preaches honor's code, Picks pockets with the other. 0 Xa. ' my gy .5 Chief Healy, this here Siren guy, A cold he seldom knowsg But when he's speaking of himself He blows, and blows, and blows. V' v W c RAVEYARD Some day before he leaves this earth fln twilight sleep, we fearl Perhaps Stew Owen will give birth To just one sound idea. 4 . I QE Head porter of the Union Club, This Cullen, known as Vicg 'Tis not the horrors of the grub That make the Chi Phis sick. Z A handsome fellow in the dark- . Slim Bell, supine, conceited. Chl Beta gave him her trade mark And both of them were cheated. Five Hun fired Ninety-six Coming from the sunny south, the foremostexponent of this gentle art has left Worthy followers at the 'Theta Castle SI-IOCKING!! F II ndrcd Ninety-s Is anything said in the Valuable Book, "Rules and Regulations for Undergraduates" about Walking in Your Sleep? ,..-.1 ITM' W 1 """"""""""" inIinnnunnInlnImmm:nInIInlnuufrl-IEHInIIuununIlnnlumuuuuunuunnu 'l""""-"'-"-""""' WEATHER: . Who in the hell Melnben of Anus cues. mated Press. K K nu-nn1uu1nu1n-nic ,Ig-ln1ll--ll-ll-I Vol. I JANUARY 1, 1920 No, 1 Police Baffled By Female Co-ed 'Loop Store Is Loser In Holiday Crime Wave One of the boldest robberies committed during the holiday season took place at the Mar- shall Field department store today when a well dressed woman V deceived the managers 'and departed with several hun- dred dollars worth of merchan- dise for which she but a small deposit. The police are on her trail. yesterday had paid About 11 o'clock forenoon this young lady asked for a position during the week preceeding Christmas. "We shall be glad to give you a place for a few days", said the gentleman. Here is your number and also a dis- count card which entitles you to a discount on all merchan- dise you may want from the store for your own use." The young lady arrayed more like an actress than a shop girl, demobilized brows, K. K. G. pin, suspicious hose and all the accoutments of the co-ed. came to work on time this morning. During the forenoon five saleswomen wore out their lead pencils and patience teach- ing her to be useful and cor- recting her mistakes. At noon she took her discount card and made the rounds of the various w:oman's departments, fur-coats, silk waists.. lace underwear. tango chemiscs. and a variety of other articles of which the reporter doesn't know the cor- rect spelling. Her purchases totaled 3550. She had the dis- count deducted, paid the bal- ance, asked for delivery. stuck her nose in the air and start- ed for home. But she stopped at thc. Mcn's Store and used her discount card again for the purchase of S80 worth of half hose of various passionate hues. An interesting clue came from one of the floorwalkers. Hawley Smith. who was for nine year a sophomore at the University of Illinois. Smith stated that while all Kappas are alike in most ways they aren't all the same shape, and that she probably knew who her customers were in advance. Iilence the wide variety in sizes. All-Conference Team Is Picked Daily Illini Selection Is Absolutely Unbiased By John A. Ingwersen, D. K. E. "Yes, this business of select- ing an All-Conference team is no snap," mused John A. Ing- wersen, last night, as he sat before the fire at the delta kap- pa epsilon rooms. "Of course. our Bobble. as I have nicknamed him, is the feature of the season. Ralph is close on his heals, but inas- much as I have given our Bobbie the most Illini publicity, it would seem queer to our many readers not to crown him the season's greatest success," he continued, as the number of brothers steadily multiplied about the great d. k. e. sports expert. "Are you sure that Bro- ther Walt Camp knowed that Bobbie and Ralph was dekes?" questioned .Toe Mohr. "I don't believe he did or Delta Pi chap. of delta kappa epsilon would have been represented on his All-American selection." "I seen by one of Bro. Hearst's journalistic endeavors that Bro. Henry Cabot Lodge has the right idea on this peace mix-up", interrupted Hank Reitsch. as he wiped the dust off of Bro. Admiral Peary's portrait. "Swede Slocum is about the snappiest end that has come to Illinois in many a moon. He and Bro. Smith ain't had a fair chance. Personally I think that Al Mohr is the best guard in the conference. but on that point all us critics don't seem to agree. Maybe I'm prejudiced, he's a d. lc. e., but ten to one the other writers are the ones that's prejudiced," said the great athletic journalist. as he used his sleeve to reiuvenate the lustre of his d. k. e. pin. "Strange to say there are a few other men on Illinois' team who will be heard from some day. Young Carney from Ev- anston should make the second team anyway next year. Cran- gle shows fairly well in spots. This man Deplcr is too fat to play, but I admire his pluck. Walquist is erratic, and I don't like his type. There are a few other promising players on the team. the names of whom I don't recall." Big Year For Illinois Union Allison Tells Reporter of Organization's Accomplishments "Is this Red Allison?" asked the timid reporter as he stood at the bar of the Union build- mg. I "Mrw1gllison, yets,dof Ithe Un- ion. at can o or you, Hoang fellow?" CSpits on the oor . "I want to get some infor- mation from you, Mr. Allison. You are the vice-president of the Union, aren't you?" "Well, yes, in a way, I am. You see I was really elected yicet-presiderat buthyou sie Tug isn aroun muc so m re- ally president you see. Amounts to siamea thing." KSpits on coun er. i "Ah, so you are really pres- zdent then 7" queried the re- porter with his mind visualiz- ing the furore created by his scoops "Amounts to dsamla thingil you sec, answere r. ison bloateillly, gs he spat at the post near e oor. "Well then you can probab- ly tell me something about the Uniolicis plans fo? the year, can't you r, ison ' "Sure, sure. be glad to. Come in, come in." fSpat in front thing nf the reporter.J "One being done today, 'you see. Having that door painted. Put- above ting my name on it Tug's. You see I really run the whole works, you see. See this room here? This is going to bc my private office. Going to be in here. Have 'em ask Vic Cullen out in front, he's my office boy you know, if they can see me. Send 'em into Tug's office first and then let 'em wait a while then come into mine. Yes. great idea. Fine thing for the Union." ' "But can't you give some idea of the activity of the Union?" "Well you see anybody of im- portance can find me here and talk to me, you see. and we'll talk about things and I'll give 'em advice." "Mr. Allison, you don't hap- Den to come from California do you?" asked the supplicant reporter. "Why sure ,I do. How did you guess it? Say, out there- Five Hundred N inetu-eight , i , f- , ,. 'l SOMEBODY OFFER TO TAKE SISTER LYLE AN AUTO RIDE QUIOKQ She's got her gogles on an' everything! She's been thinking of the funny looking girls in the Chi O chapter-that accounts for the laughter. But she needn't think she's the only one who gets lots of fun studying the pecul- iar specimens that infests the Wright street nunnery. 'ix l . I 1' K ,HX E 41 ' 1 Our old friend Wallie Bregman is leading the inmates of the State Deaf and Dumb Asylum in a big Oskie-wow wow Little Elmer, on our left, suggests that he is merely plumb crazy over the obgect in the background. In our case, we looked at the picture ten minutes before we saw Wallie Down in Front! Walliel Five Hundred N inclu- X '1 v- fn xlx- A g K- fu 'w..'91" T S E 5? fs E I I I I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I 'I' I I I We Are Advertised By I Our Loving 'F Friends I I -P 5 O I-If In P Z1 fi-I WI OI .'3": GI 0: FI Oi SD: "fl 5: :SEI I I I I I I I I MELLIN'S FOOD Baby Ethel Hoag, 212 Chalmers, Champaign, III. ORDER A CASE TODAY AND JOIN THE CROWD OF MOTHERS WHO SAY "AIN'T NATURE GRAND" NO BEER - NO WORK QA 3 - ' . 1 Fat Knight said that, when they took his beer away, he was through working. And he's made good on the promise: The cigar he is smoking is a quarter one. Up the road a little way he expects to find a larger one. Another Naval Victory "Oh, Ensign, you need a shave," said Josephine, who eats hash three times daily at the Delta Gam house. She's only spoofing him because his whiskers tickle her considerably. As a matter of service to our readers, Joe's number is Main 1540. Sin: llimrlrcrl Om: WHO'S NOT ON THE FACULTY l w a ELMO SCOTT WATSON, A.M., M., Sa P.M. Like most Betas, Elmo tired of work at an early age. He then sought a place on the faculty as assistant to Doc Harrington, who at the time was suffering from nervous breakdown from overwork in the journalism department. His success was instantaneous. Today Elmo cuts Prof. Harrington's hair, empties the waste baskets, kids all the good looking janes taking the curse in journalism, and keeps the students in a general uproar over original jokes, which he has read in back numbers of the Wor1d's Work, the Atlantic Monthly, and the Yale Review, Elmo is married, carries matches, and shoots an occasional dish of plain ice cream. The above photo of Elmo the Mighty is from the collection owned by the Pinkerton Detective Agency. Apparently he is approaching his teens, as his innocent look is waning with unusual rapidity. The fact that he wears a white collar is clear evidence that he was not a member of Beta Theta Pi when the Colfax, Ill., photo- grapher went through the terrible ordeal. Sin: Ilzmclrcd Two Father Was Right! WE HAVE ALWAYS MAIN- TAINED THAT THE WOMAN'S RESIDENCE HALL WAS BUILT TO PREVENT ENTERING AFT- ER HOURS. But, with the proper support, anything can be accom- plished. Did the Soldier teach the Alpha Xi or did the Alpha Xi teach the Soldier. A , , W , ..... Y., , . 1 My mouth, this morning, tastes dark brown, Last night I Went to a dance, With an Alpha Xi who's been running around With a fellow who served in France. s Il li 1 ll FISH "FARMER CITY MAID" OF ALL KINDS HOSIERY .... When worn by Shapely Co- Eds Shows not only LOTS OF EGGS GOOD TASTE BUT HAMS GALORE '"''N''''ffIIffIfffIffffQff"""M DELTA PHI MARKET ......... ......... TWIN CITY GARBAGE DUMP 405 East John Street "Phoned before seven delivered before eleven" Little Eva Tent Sz. ALPHA QMRICQN PI Awmng CO' FRUIT STORE Cirucus Tents - Automobile Tops -- We have the Largest Stock Exclusive Tailors to of Vic Knight L E M 0 N S AND . Fatty Goodenough In the Clty IF YOUR DOC TELLS YOU TO TRY GLASSES Make it a Point to Visit the P. K. A. BAR After trying a couple of glasses there, you will be able to see double. Family Entrance via Lambda Chi Cellar S H ddF A- ONIGHT ON -ADVUYIIQEMENTS - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' - ' ' - g1..1....n1g.1. :ini I 1 I I 1 I 1 I Nl si Pu! N1 si LI UI Y 'Nl 'QI iii I I I I I I l I 'l'- If you want to laugh, turn backward If you want to stroll, turn farther backward If you have the love of Beauty, you have passed it I But if you have wants unsatisfied, the following pages will be of unusual use to you. A Dearborn Chemical Co ..................l........,... 677 d L b C 696 Deere 85 Co., John-Implements ....,. 623 AIEXSLH el' um el' .0 .,.....................,....... Deisel-Wemmer Co.TCigarS American Clay Machinery Co ....,........ 689 Diuavou S. E-Implements 663 Arcade Bi11afd.Pa1'101'S '-'---------'-"-'A'-A'----'-' 674 Dixie lVfusic House .....,.................. ffffffffffffffff 664 'grcaqe ginfectlonery """"""""""' """ 3 Dockstader XL Sandberg-Clothiers 660 It HS 1 u e ""'""""""""""""' """' D uncan, H. F.-Portraits ........................ 678 B Duncan Rug Co .,....,......................,........,........,. 689 Dwight Bros. Paper Co .......,... ....... 6 70 Bacon dz Co., G. N.-Decorators ,..... 663 Bacon dz Sons, T. gl.-Dlec1oE?toas.,. 65? E Becktold Printing Boo g o. 69 E- G C .4-4.----. llllll- 6 Besly sz co., Charles H ..,..,,....,................ ses lsner may 0 36 Bidwe1l's Caridieslvi ....,... ......,..,...,..,.........,... 6 F Bongart' Wa ter '- rugs """"""""" 6 Farmer Ka Co Richard W-Tailors 659 gowmanm ics' gzggygkly """"""""""' Fetting Mfg. Jewelry Co., A. H ....... 626 Bgxfggg' H2321 ' .y """"""""""' 612 Flannigan Kz Pearson-Printers ...,..... 673 Brooks Bros-Men's Furnishings ...... 631 lliggsgfanff """"""""""' Buehler Bros.-Meat Market ..........,.... 656 ' ' ' """""""""' " Bureau of Engraving, Inc ...................... 697 G Burton, O. K.-Real Estate ......,........... 628 Garlock Packing C0 631 C gehrig's Clafeteriac.fffffffiff1fffffffffffff..f'W' 618 . eneral E ectric o. .... ..,..,.,........................... 6 07 gable P12510 SCO--i '-'- 5 5555 4------ --"-4' 2 Gilberg :Sz oo., A. E.-Groceries ...... -ees Capron' ' '-n """""" """' G oodrich Transit Co ............................... 614 arpenter Kz Co., Geo B ............................ 679 Green Tea Pot 622 SZXZZST511ef2"1Ea"iii31:3ijii:111i1331113i3i33i13:23iii13 252 Gmmb m 642 Central Stgjply Co.-Plumbers Gullckt Tailorlng Co ..............,......................... 676 'upplies .......,...........,......................... 662 I-I Central Union Te ephone Co. ....,....... 685 - - Champaign Amusement C0 -.-.m--m-----m'--f- 619 E3555fdD5Lntiim3lZ .... Iffiffjiijiijii 3 Si? glligxpziglri IlgitgmlfgrlB?3.?ikWMmm" Herriott Dental Supply Co .....,....... 645 Ch p .gi . """ : """"""" " Hess 8z Culbertson--Jewelers ..................... 615 ampalgn Plumbing KL Heating Co. 662 Hig ins SL C0 Chas M-Inks 657 ChampaIgn Sanitary Milk C0 """"""' 614 Hiteg Bros. Shining Parlor ......... 646 gIg?mPa1gn'.U1'bana Water C0 -'------'--m- 618 Holabird sz Roche-Architects ..,,....,... 613 Icago Bfldge 'sz Iron Works' """""' 670 Hoover Barber Shop ......,...................,..,... 621 Chicago Pump Co .............................................. 633 Howse' L- 650 Citizens State Bank ...,.................... ....... 6 61 Huff 85 Co S E-Lumber 682 goca-Ciola 5-3ottlingCCo .....,...... .,..... 6 75 Hulett Dr"S 'E ' """"""""" 696 olum ia uarry 0 .A'.A'.1"b..4--4,-4 ..--'A U 680 , . . .............................,................ calvin ez son, T. J ..,.........................l.............. 666 Hunter, Wood si C0"Lumbe1' """"m"' 692 Corgmonwealth-Edison Co. ............... .. 638 I - Co- p-Stationers ............................................. 648 , - Ummm-Nmlmm m G0--Blm Prints 678 liiiiifHfiZi'fS0f"sygzg5a1311111i123i1331111111i331 25? Cunlllflgharfl BFOS-IDI'l.lgS ...........,...,........ Illinois Trust KZ Savings D Indianapolis Engrgving Kr Elec-m C92 I t t ' ..,.............,....,...,..,..,.. Davis KL Kruger-Decorators ---.-...... 636 Inman ........ ...,........,........i..i..,.....l,..,,.. 652 Sin: Ihmdrcrl Five J Jacobs, Cliff-Clothier .............,................... 629 Jenkins Bros.-Valve Mfgrs ............... 641 J errems-Clothiers .................,..................... 644 Johns-Manville Co., H. W ........... ...... 6 57 Jones Kr Lamson Machine Co ..,............. 664 K Kandy's Barber Shop .................................... 677 Kaufman, J. M.-Clothier ....,................... 608 Kennedy-Webster Electric Co ............. 643 Keuffel dz Esser--Drafting Supplies 688 Kiler, C. A.-Furniture .....,,....,.................. 612 Kinsey Kr Mahler, Mfgrs ...............,...,... 666 Kuhn 8a Co., Jos.-Clothiers ......,..,.. .,.. 6 26 L Lawrence, George W.-Music ...... 633 Lammert 8: Mann-Engineers ....,. 646 Lewis Cigar Co., Frank P .,.....,. .....,..... 6 21 Lewis Sz Co., W.-Dept. Store.. ......... 671 Lloyd, D. H.-Stationer ............ ............ .... 6 5 4 Louden Printing Co., Geo. D ....... ,....... . 685 M McAllister Stores, H ................ .,... ...., . . 672 McB'room's Cafe ..,..................... . ..,....,... . 657 McClain, Mary Ellen-Danc1ng.,.... 622 McKinley, W. B ....................... . ..,.., .. 639 Mag'uire's Studio .,........ . .,..,. ,......., . ...... .... 6 32 Mariner 8x Hoskins-Chemists.. ,...... 675 Marshall, Fred--Men's Furnishings 610 Mead's Cafeteria ..................,......i...................... 649 Mecca Studio-Portraits ,..,.............,......... 694 Mehring Sz Hanson-Mfgrs ................... 615 Methodist Book Concern ....................,...... 645 Miles 8x Parris-Printers ........,,.............. 621 Mohr Ka Sons, John-Boiler Works 655 Mojonnier Bros.-Milk Engineers 622 Mollet dz Woller-Drugs ........................... 684 Moore Co., E. R.-Graduation Gowns ....................,...............,.............. 615 Morse Twist Drill 8a Machine Co. 631 Moser Shorthand College ........................ 686 Mosi-Over Confectionery ................ 3 ........,. 683 Mueller dz Co. H.-Mfg. Plumbing Goods ............,...................................... 654 Mueller Sz Co., V.-Surgeon's In- struments ......,..,..............,................. 637 Munhall Printing House ....,...........,.......... 687 N New York Blower Co ....................,.. ...... 6 51 O Ogilvie Kr Heneage--Clothiers 616-617 P Palmer 8a Davis-Grocers .................,... 674 Park Theatre ............,................,..,...,,................ 630 Parker Sz Son-Rug' Cleaners ...,...,.... 696 Patterson, M. J.-Furniture .........,........ 673 Pearson, Roy A.--Hardwood Floors 636 Perkins-Campbell Co.--Men's Belts 620 Pick 8: Co., Albert-Restaurant Fixtures ............................................. 673 Percival-Kirkpatrick Hardware Co Pioneer Creamery Co ......................,....., Pitzenbarger :Sz Flynn-Tailors .... Portable Elevator Co ............................,..... Railton Co., B. A.-Grocers ............... Reliable Plumbing Kr Heating Co Renne Studio ........................,................................ Rialto Theatre ...................................................... Ritter Dental Mfg. Co .................. ........ Roberts Sz Grant-Meats .......,................ Robeson, F. K.-Dept. Store .,................ Roth's Hardware ............,................................ S Schaffner, T. C.-Dress Suits ............ Schmidt Kr Co., Robert-Costumer Schoenhofen Co., "Edelweiss" ............ Schridde Co., Wm.-Trophies ............ Schuler Bros.-Confectionery ............... Scott's Grocery ........................,.......................... Sexton 8a Co., John-Grocers .......,.... Sheldon Brick Co ....,...................................... Shqultz Co., Fritz-Costumers ............ Smlth Kr Co., Inc.-Ice ........... ................... Smith 8: Picard-Meats .....................,........ Spaulding, B. E.-Drugs .............. ....... Spies Bros.-Jewelers .......,......, ........ Sto1tey's Grocery .........................,......... ........ Strauch, B. A.-Art Store ............,........ Student's Supply Store ....,............ ........ Swannell dz Son-Drugs .....,........ ...,.... T Third Street Delicatessen ........... ........ Tlte Wad's Lunch Room .............. ......., Trunk Tobacco Co .........,...,.........., ....,... Twin City Cafe .................. ............ .,..... Twin City Printing Co ............... ........ Twm City Roofing Co ............. .....,.. U U. S. Blue Print Co ................... ........ University State Bank ............ ........ Urbana Banking Co .....,..,.............,.............. W Walls, W. W.-Filling Station ......... Walsh Kr Wozencraft-Plumbers ...... Weber Studio ....,.................................................... Western Brick Co ......,......,............................. White Line Laundry ....................... ........ White, R. C.--Typewriters .................. 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L llfiiil S1 ll:--3 fi :- lff-.Eg 'Ml IKE: ,E ,- LI!-W N U ,Ar-'f ff,-ffl l ff? 5521 llllfiw fl 53, 1' "" Mi' 4- 4 General Office G -:E Sales Ofdces in " 1g.i?jH Schenecfadjmfmf ml 9 au large clues OEQABB' I 'ill , V X . lhfifff 'F rf fi :U'?Czn reel fle15,2 20551 lgiff' 'ig 1 ,- ll iw' iff. Sw Hundred Seven llaifl? all Pwr' J5i!124f51,'1ififiA f-+1-:Ja-cfm,-p,mf, f-..,,v,,,.:v. , , .. fff, 1 H i ., lv'-di fl- 4'f"" TF-"f'f"' " 'W ' n 'fii' fb :Q 'Vim'-712'".mtu,Z7'AU1k'-757 '1"1? .We "'5"?f'?i'fEi-- "Ev We Hr: 1' mf. iz ' lov. in. Q' 1-14-2 sw .. , .,2 s' ll 2lfliJ'l5f3f'z5fl5ll?i fllill.-if?i?ifS3Ei2ifiifa?e?fGNLif 1 li? f WE intend that this shall he a unique cloth- ing institutiong dzferent from others. Dxf jQrent in liberal policiesg in a sp1rit of serviceg in assured qualities and values. We guaran- tee your satisfaction with our goods hy test of wean we refund money cheerfully. KUPPENHEIMER L. SYSTEM and STYLEPLUS CLOTHES for Men und Young Men J M.K1,?aHE333 INCORPORATED Six Ilundrcd Eight S I ART SCI-IOGL ART INSTITUTE OF 'CHICAGO SUMMER SESSION July 6 to Septembe All Art Courses Including Out-of1Door Work For Illustrated Catalogue See CKegi:tra13 cvfrt Institute of Chicago Mr! ScbooL CDept. L Jlfliclzigan Mfvenue at oAdams Street, Chicago r 1 O. Izmdrctl Nim' Attractifve Lines at Marsball's Shop are-- Arrow Shirts and Collars Follow the Arrow. Holeproof and Luxite Hose Best for wear and fit. Portis Hats and Caps Quality Supreme. Marshall's Tailored Clothes have Class and Individuality . Our Slogan is "Always Something New" THE PLACE l Olilfocgiiz ffffffy The good old days of the 1919 Junior Prom. B. A. RAILTON CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 373-405 WEST ERIE STREET-CHICAGO ILL. TELEPHONES-Private Exchange all Depts.-SUPERIOR 7970 Natural and Sunny Brands Food Products. COFFEE ROASTERS, IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS Catering to Fraternities, Sororities, Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions Railton Jams, Jellies and Preserves are unexcelled. They are manufactured at our own plant from the choicest of ripe fruit and cane sugar, scientifically compounded, and form a combina- tion table necessity and delicacy not found elsewhere. Six Ilzmdrcd Tc THE HARVARD CHAIR Will not only meet all the re- quirements of an efficient and serviceable dental chair, but its beauty will aclcl to the attractive- ness of your office and its com- fort will appeal to your patients. Write for Catalogue The Harvard Co. Canton, Ohio, U. S. A. Hundred Eleve ll CHICAGO MADISON STREET EAST OF LA SALLE EUROPEAN PLAN FAMED FOR COMFORT Ifalrs For Day Room, Dotnchvrl Buth..S2.251oS2.T5 Two Persons ...... Sil.0llftuS5.lNl Room. Private Bath ..., 33.50 tnS5.00 Two 1I"vrsons ...... 35.00 to 37.00 E. N. MATHEWS, PI't?HI'lIl5Ilf E. H. ADAMS, Vice I'1'1'sill1"nL WM. H. DELANEY Manager T FURNITURE OF g STYLE AND Z, CHARACTER Well made by first class workmen gives satisfac- tion for many years. That's the kind we sell. We frame pictures and sell Rugs cmd Linoleums as well. Agents for Victrolas and Records. C. A. KILER Garfield 1272-Main 151 CHAMPAIGN Pamif 4125! Neil fl' i' William Ea CO. DQcoro.TOFf Wm v.yvC1'L SHU- Sin: Ilzmdrcd Tu elva 1 E Famous Football Painting "Bull" Roberts with ball Illinois vs. Chicago AT ILLINOIS TRUST Rr SAVINGS BANK OF CHAMPAIGN Fraternity and Club Accounts a Specialty i If you Will Excuse Us For Getting Dirty We Will Introduce PLUTE BARNARD and - HAIROIL G. BAKER, ex-convict The handsome lad is none other than our own Randy at a very, very early age. Brute, on the right, has his mouth shut for a change. Prize design for Stadium for the South Park Board of Chicago, to be located south of the New Field Museum, on the Lake Front. Capacity, 100,000 persons. Six Hundred Thirta-rn THE GOODRICH WAY Established 1856 -From Chicago- To Milwaukee, Manitowoc, Sturgeon Bay, Escanaba, Mack- inac Island, Grand Rapids, Grand Haven, Muskegon and White Lake. The Only Year 'Round Great Lakes Service. Vacation Guides Free. ll Plan Your Summer Vacation Now. Write for Illustrated Folder or Resort Booklet. GOODRICH TRANSIT COMPANY DOCKS: Foot Michigan Blvd., Chicago. CITY OFFICE: 152 W. Jackson Blvd. W. A. Funk F. V. Morgan MILK is the richest foor sold: it is also one of the cheap- est foodsg it is found in every diet of the human raceg it can be the most healthful or the most dan- C gerous of foods, according to the way it is taken care B of on the farm, the dairy, or the distributing depot. There is only one solution of this great food ques- , , tion- FIFBC Class Hair Cuts 6 CLARIFIED PASTURIZED Good Barbers MILK CHAMPAIGN SANI- TARY MILK CO. 510 E. Green Champaign 415 E. University Avenue Six Hzmdrvd Fourteen TO A CO-ED. , far-- In summer time, when days are sunny, You wear your furs, and ne'er per- Splfei PROGRAMS In winter time fOh gee, it's funnyj, You dress like St. Cecelia's choir. JEWELRY and And when December winds grow colder, And blizzards rage with snow and sleet, You put more powder on your shoulder, And huge galoshes on your feet. "EXih:'ZICw Do you suppose that as a slavy, With felt-wrapped feet you'l1 vamp the Jewelers of St. Louis frosh? If this ain't it I cannot savvy St' Charles and Seventh Why you should wear the big' galosh. E. R. M Oore National Headquarters for' Collegiate CO Caps, Gowns and Hoods. We have supplied the Cqps and Gozqns 932-38 Dakin St. worn by each succeectzng gruclnatzng CHI A class at the University of Illznozs for C G0 'many :years past. R. E. ZOIVIBRO, 004 . E. Green Street, is our dzstrzbutzng agent. MEHRING Sz HANSON CO. HEATING, VENTILATION, COOLING SYSTEMS, POWER PLANTS, GENERAL PRESSURE PIPING 40 Years Experience i 118 N. Franklin St. Main 2010 and 2011 - CHICAGO, ILL. Six Hundred Fifteen I 5 Ci9Hen'5 Stare As is known, O 8: H Styles are eminently authoritative and correct. Finest fabrics of our own selection are made up into garments that well dressed young men wear with assur- ance. Smaller items from this Men's Store, such as hats, gloves, shirts and so on, bear a similar note of distinction. Our facilities include furnishing proper wardrobe for young' men residing at a distance. Ugilyie is Heneage cbme LIN:-:N 'Dine NECKWEAR 'Dine CLOTHING Six Hundred Sixteen l , - ,rf--ef A , foul- nfl.-ff, Q.-scan., V .X ,, fx ,Q1 -,-.r V ,. U ,gn ,J 'l in , K -, fffj "'f'L'W5g' 1g2l'C'+r' 1-E' .., 11-X' V3""Ell"'v'7'l W5"7l f 1 WT'?lf'YiE??' J . A ' 1' l"' ff:-.2:f'-f+iZ7f:-ZF? V, U.: .liyg ir nv. ,. my mr: Mg ellkf M ra, 3 igra ff: w wwf. sis I N iza- KQV! livin , K K gBHe11's Stare LQ1 lE:lQ1 .Sl jfgf' V l' ' lf? V Q32 Mop lol' S21 P853 Wjf. gig l lilly. Fl ' . . 'br-'r Flne Clothes for Bus1ness, Informal 659. Formal and Sport wear Wmter Overcoats, To coats and lil ',-IPO - . 41, keg A Ramcoats New QQ, ,- .X A Q Q55 Collars, Neckwear ! Gs" I LQ F' -" . . 2 SQ Hats, Gloves and Walkmg Stlcks i CQ I Shirts, including custom made 1' 5 1-E222 QQ, Handkerchiefs, Pajamas, Underwear 1 :em I -aw" xii . '1 - Correct apparel for well dressed men to 5 Q gg wear on every occas1on. 4 1225 ' ce'- ix ? :EQ as 2 H Q33 lgfig 7 n l 'K 5, l of 262 1 ice W 1 ay F- : :Lf F5 5 SEQ -me -an 0 'H ' if E is gs we sewage ,ag U-fi cbme LINEN Uwe Nncnawzmx ggvg 19,5 'Dine CLOTHING 1539 W v cvwenl lg?-ffl 'ff z 7 412 QQ EAST IACKSON Boulevard lggfdj Second 'floor lgijlfl X X llfll' lgffiil Q25 133222 223 I if Sim: Humircd Seventeen . QQ 'M' f' 'x" A""":'ff"'-f' Q23-" "iii -' ' ""' if i,j"ff,j A' .ink mr FV?" ""' '-'fiwaf-'-'as' 1'fi',...7 -- -1 ,,-- -xg -"- .-Qzzv.-f-ff? '-r-gg: ,- THE LIGHT THAT'S RIGHT For the Home, Office, or Study. PROPER LIGHTING WILL MAKE YOU MORE EFFICIENT IN YOUR WORK See us for Demonstration IDEAL ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. Opposite Inman Hotel Gehrig's Cafeteria Is the Nearest Thing to Home Traveling men say Our Cafeteria is a credit to Champaign. Try Us. 20-22 Main and 11-13 Taylor St. Nelson Bldg. J f ""'x1""f fl -il: " 4 M X I -- ' ri I ........ .. I f' 'r 2: S-'-rf ,gi ll IW ll -- G 2. 'iii ul We are the makers of the artistic Conover, Cable, Kingsbury .and Wellington Pianos, and the Illinois :llstributors for the celebrated Mason Sn Hamlin, Hardman, Har- rington, Premier, Puritan and Christman Grands. CABLE PIANO CO. successors to the Eggleston Music The water supplied by the Champaign 8a Urbana Water Company to the Twin Cities is taken from 30 tube wells 160 feet deep, and is pumped into a receiving basin being ariated for the purpose of oxidizing the iron content. It is then pumped to the me- chanical filters for the pur- pose of removing the iron. Liquid Chlorine is introduced into the Water before enter- ing the filters in the quantity of four pounds per million gallons of Water. The water fiows from the filter into the storage reservoirs from which it is pumped into the eighty miles of distributing mains. House "Hydrant' Water is Safe." 41 Main Street, CHAMPAIGN Six Hundred Eighteen HAVE YOU FELT THE PANGS OF PROHIBITION? The Phi Kaps say it can't be got 5 the Delts and Boots Ludwig don't speak anymoreg the Kappa Swigs are on their last 65 barrels but the I P' Ph' Ruthie Duntley, Lucy Kyle, Mid John- X Son and Mid Frommarm present fgr find it no trouble at all to throw an Your approval "Ten Bafrooms in 3 old-fashioned lawn social. Night." TWIN CITIES' GREATEST AMUSEMENT PARLOR Operated by The Champaign Amusement Co., Inc. 20 Tables 5 Bowling Alleys 8 Carom Tables-4-5x10 and Lunch Room Soda Fountain . 4-4Vzx9 Smoker's Supplies, Etc. 16 Pocket Billiards Tables A good clean recreation Parlor for Gentlemen. One of the best in Illinois. Be convinced, call and see. W. J. ROCK, Gen. Mgr. Members of the Illinois Billiard Association ' Six Hundred Nineteen "'7' Vw ' V! 1 l Q . ll ll ' 7 J 5 1 ll! an X Pl B L n , 'l" , i V In 5- S-I eams l 'Gum ball I ,,AA U PRODUCT 4 - 1 'A' N sr. - - O O l O For act1v1t1es like these wear a B RA X T O MX For dress you want a belt that has styleg for busi- , 161' :K ness, one that is comfortableg for play, one that l . allows of unhampered movement, In the common run of belts you get at most only one of these services-when you wear a Braxton, the Belt for Men, you get all three. Have your haberdasher show you a Braxton, and in a flash-quick-you'll see why. You'll find Braxtons made up in seven superb leathers, with snaps for interchangeable bucklesg you'll find a combination of color, cut and finish that will delight your eye and smarten up your appearance. And you'll note that at the points where it en- circles the hips, the Braxton is specially shaped- --it's what makes the Braxton so easy to wear at the desk, on the courts, or while "stepping out." This feature likewise gives your trousers a hang that's exactly right. Your favorite men's shop will have Braxtons. You can get yours today. 1ms,.l.-. .. .f..,..A ... p. -A. N.:- Th e PC7',n7'f!IlS'CfL1ll,1Ib ell C omymny, Cincinnati B RAXTQN THE B E FOR MEN Six Hundred Twenty -EIEY TASTE VERY LEW S f Q 1 ING E INDER zz niiii The Call at FRANK P. CEZVIEO BARBER SI-IOP Peoria,I1l. For First Class Service iiigglaaiil Sc-'2 for 156 BASEMENT UNION BUILDING 4 .r ton. H - The Aurora Beacon-News is a close second to Brainless Bates. IN Whom did they expect to Win? ,-,,,.-----n-qnll'- Iane Oo try ort orn al! C1 H ds S e a. Geo ge Fa This Af oon Tug Wilson? And 10 to 1 she Wasn't one of those Alpha Gamma Deltas. MILES 86 PARRIS Trinters 6? Tublisbers If you have never visited us, nor tried our service, then you have overlooked the acquaintance of the "live wires" among the printers, and most assuredly you have missed the real sensa- tion of satisfaction caused by service-printing as you Want it, and when you want it. Look jor--- MILES 86 PARRIS 108 South Neil Street S lldfll ty Studio 0 GREEN TEA POT ' Entrance between Zombro's and Spaulding's MARY ELLEN MCCLAIN Successor to Jessie V. Gorey Classes and Private Lessons in Dancing Hall Rented to Private Parties GARFIELD 3323 614 E. GREEN ST. a LUNCHES AND DINNERS AFTERNOON LUNCHES Three Ulleans o Communication-- Telegraph Telephone and Tell a Theta MOJONNIER MILK TESTER FOR BUTTER FAT AND TOTAL SOLIDS 1Proccss patcntcd April 3, 1917: Apparatus patented Feb. 5. 1918: April 9. June 11, 1918: and Aug. 5, 19191. Accurate Testing is now demanded in condensed milk, and ice cream plants. Guess work and estimates no longer are tolerated. With the MOJONNIER MILK TESTER the milk manufacturer may accurately test and standardize his product thereby insuring a uniform product. n We build and sell scientific dairy apparatus for the chemi- cal and bacteriological control of milk and milk products. Literature sent upon request. BRANCHES: we U0 St. Louis, GINEERS 'A MILK EN S F ' New York, 738 WA clmlmrm Pima' . Chicago an ranclsco Six H wndred Twenty-two 1 1 zu, " 2' l i BE A REAL PRODUCER T 1 The world needs more real producers-especially food producers. There will always be that need. I i Good farming is among the leading occupations in T inviting the energy and the will to win of Illinois men. John Deere Farm Implements are built to help M you produce food to best advantage. They have been ly. the reliance of real producers for 83 years. You can N get a John Deere implement for practically every farming operation. Be sure to investigate these im- T. plements before you begin farming. lll T ls, ,ll :il y , , Xlxiv x 60 ,Y.V I DE000 riff" .. . ga FM if Six Hundred Twcnty-tlm.'1.' When You Think of Writing, Think 0 f Wlzitingu' PROFESSIONAL men, particularly those whose correspondence is of small or medium volume, find in Whiting's Superior Typewriter Paper Cabinets the ideal station- ery containers. These cabinets insure clean, fresh stationery at all times. Selection may be made from eleven grades of fine bond papers in two sizes-No. 6M envelopes with sheets Swxll, and auto size envelopes with sheets 71A,x101A5. Suitable for personal and commercial correspondence. You may purchase these cabinets from your printer or stationer. A sample book of Whiting's Fine Typewriter Papers will be mailed upon request. WHITING PAPER COMPANY New Y0rk 318 W. Washington Street Mllls Philadelphia CHICAGO Holyoke Mags The Sigma Alpha Mus Play Some of the Roughest Games: Imaginable , ' 1, The name of this game we do not know, but the winner is rewarded with a pork sandwich. N. B.-No, this is not the Dance of the Seven Veils. JSM. f' E ,.,..,. - nn:-if Jw L92 Q- " 6Picle of the CPictures Wusic That Charms Rialto Theatre C1-1 A M P A 1 G N CBEST ROAD ATTRACTIONS Six Humired Twenty-five i v YCW f. mx x-' iafi' I' l JOS. KUHN Sz CO. l . How Do You 43 I D If ,-9 F-V-its Q1 .L ., ,.. vu v fr-O , I gf 1 Ge IA ,zzi..-.. -..X Judge Quality? The best Way to judge Clothes Quality is by the length of time over which it looks STYLE 4 presentable. HEADQUARTERS HAM' DECIIKZRPI-'NER Q W Sncu-:Tr BRAND lf'.xsiuoN Pmui u. " CLOTIICRAX-'l' and if ' Ten other complete ' lines. Are Recognized Leaders- That's Why We Handle Them. Central Illinois' Greatest Store for Men's Wear J OS. KUHN Sz CO. 33-35-37 MAIN ST. ' CHAMPAIGN TO DANA He was a freshman, passing bright, When first he came into my sightg Had curved lips and auburn curl, Forsooth, he looked just like a girl. His lissome limbs, and classic mien, Would turn a Venus' eyes to green, His dainty shrugs, impassioned sighs, Brought him for keeps the beauty prize. My friends and I, an awkward Wight, Gazed on his face with dumb delightg The truth had never crossed my thought, But now I know his brains are naught. A. H. F E T T I N G MFG. JEWELRY CO. M anufacturers of Greek Letter Fraternity Jewelry Special designs and estimates on Class Pins, Rings, etc. III 213 North Liberty Street Baltimore, Md. Six Hundred Twenty :a "To 5000 Students Q4 Familkzr Friend 'U YourWay 9 AnyHour 3 d ll '2 I 2 ' a AnyDay ' 7 6 5 d d 1 .D I NICKINLEY LINES f'Tl2e 'Road of good Servicev JJ THIS IS O. K. BURTON The University District Real Estate Man My initials character- ize my business deal ings. List your property with me for a quick sale or for prompt rental. Houses are scarce and rent is high. If you will consult me, I can save you money on such Baldwin Vest Emporium Specializing in U lt7'Cl,-LOZLCZ "Week-Old" Fancy Vests Plaids, Serges, Corduroy and Flannel Vests from the Large Assortment Belonging to Chauncy Baldwin COld Man Styleplus- himselfj GARFIELD 1454 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Twin City Cafe transactions. 309 N. Neil St., Champaign, Ill. 612 E. GREEN ST. MAIN 922 CLEAN, QUICK SERVUCE CHAMPAIGN GUS YORTZES, Proprietor Six Ilumlrcd Twenty- g ht Cliff Jacobs Clothes Shop Where the new and correct styles are always on display. Here there are clothes as smart in style and as fine o fabric as the most particu- lar college or young busi- ness man could desire. Cliff Jacobs CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 16 West Jackson Blvd.-Second Floor HddTt .-R PERFECT GOOD culmmlcru VENTILATION ni-.ii if MUSIC - 11H!!!:! T- - -J SHOWING AT ALL TIMES Only the CBe5t in 5Wotz'on Cpictures The Caziwrefzt of Public Approval Flows Toward The Paris Brita Qllgupfer uunuunces its fuitlyhrafunl frnm ignta ijillgi. fx charter has 'been secureh fur u chapter in Beta 3-Helm Sigma Hola' on, boys! Maybe we can get you a seat in Thi Kappa Tau. SIIddTll START RIGHT BY BUILDING ON A 1EQT1E1HN5 D 3 p Sure Foundation' Qirzxtleuzeng w1tnishiEgQnni15, 1 MADISON Avenue con.Fon1v-Fountusrnesr IF You ARE TO NEWYQRK BE A USER OF Telephone Muwfay Hill 8800 You TOOLS CAN t so For Men and Boys MAKE N0 BETTER CHOICE Garments for Dress or Travel THAN THE "MORSE" English Hats, Furnishings .X Boots and Shoes. ,x 6'M0IS6,, Tools Trunks, Bags, Leather Novelties Are Made on Honor ' Ready Made Gear for all' Sports Liveries for Menservants Morse Twist 86 Send for Illustrated Catalogue Machine Co. New Bedford, Mass., U. S. A, BOSTUN NEWPORT TRlllQN1'CCl.lDYLl1'0ll :zo BKLLIVUI AVINUI Biclwell's Better Candies 619 South Wright Street Next to Postofiice Ge, 'E This Trade Mark stands for SAFETY FIRST ALWAYS xiyf ' . You take no chance when you buy from us. Our packing is best by test. The Garlock Packing Company 326 W Madison St CHICAGO-Branches in all principal cities. T umuncn lt ' I ' - """"' A A FEW OF OUR REPRESENTATIVE STYLES No. 200-Ring for High Pressure Steam. No. 333-Ring for Medium Pressure Steam and Ammonia. No. 260-Ring' for Inside Packed Plungers of Boiler Feed Pumps. No. 441-Speclal Duo for Outside Packed Boiler Feed Pumps. No. 933-High Pressure Sheet for use where a good gasket is desired. No. -Red Sheet for general service. Six Hundred Thirty-one If your senior nega- tive is on file at this studio a letter to us at any time will bring to you a duplicate order of your senior photo. The Maguire Studio 220 West Main Street Urbana, Ill. J. E. MAGUIRE P. W. STEPHENS Sin: Hundred Thirty-two ZOM'S FOR a decade this shop has served Uni- versity men. Oldtimers come in when they re- turn-often the "kid" brother comes with a letter of introduction. There's a traditional at- mosphere about the place-maybe "friendly" is the word. Roger Zombro MEN'S WEAR Green Street-of course We Lead, Others Follow-- G. W. LAWRENCE. Hammond Mello Harp Player Pianos. Henry F. Miller Grand and Baby Grand Pianos. Victor and Brunswick Talking' Machines, Victor and Columbia Records. Large Stock of Small Instru- ments and Sheet Music. G. W. Lawrence 112 W. MAIN ST., URBANA Ehrma, as did Plato, believes that "A Little Lovin' Now and Then Is Relished By the Best of Men." The girls enticed this innocent man into the parlor, by telling him that they wanted to play the piano. ibut he was wise, and stayed till almost 9 o'clock. AUTOMATIC CONDlNSNl'l0N PU P TE -E . .t tr The "CHICAGO" AUTOMATIC CONDENSATION PUMP AND RECEIVER The only Condensation Pump fitted with a horizontal TILTING TANK RECEIVER containing no troublesome Hoats. The automatic apparatus is positive in its ac- tion. The pump is equipped with two out board ring oiled bearings, one on each side of the casing, insuring a constant and X ' H fs-:Ear ns -cmcieavzsgag .4g:L'.f.s-ww'--""' """' " ""' ' proper oil lubrication at all times. Write for descriptive bulletin CHICAGO PUMP COMPANY, 2336 Wolfram St., Chicago, Illinois S H umlrccl Thirty-thrcc Dance Programs Novelties Greek Letter Jewelry Fraternity Sorority Emblems Silk? Spies Brothers Manufacturing' Jewelers Now that the Roast material i s g e t t i n g mighty thin, it i s a g r e a t pleasure for us, the living, to introduce to you, the thin- nest thing in school CHUCK ACER W f F-X rt' 5 .f it v ,vt 4 I g'i Q i l : 13' ,,,g::',. , U I I I il 27 E. Monroe St. CHICAGO , ' 2 . 1 K ,. TELEPHONES S ffi y' , WABASH 927-928 ii V 'AX Y ZF' X l United States Blue Print Paper Company MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN DRAWING MATERIALS and BLUE PRINT PAPERS 327 soUTH LA sALLE STREET Q CHICA GO Six H zmdrcd V . Thirty-four CORONA 'ZTIC1 .Mi 4' .J X S., f lf' Zffffgfl N:-9-. 49' X , bi ' 5412 " F ' Q,!r?'3, "Handy as a Pen" L ,A- 4r.f- - 1 A. K 9 'Stan' , y r-fx "XI 1 I X 1 0 Conorm NA! , uf CQKQJM. ' pe. if B , 1 A I fl 'N 'ony I X cz Q 9 I I TYPEWRITERS For Sale or Rent R. C. WHITE 6' CO. 612 East Green Street Champaign, Ill. "fKoyal and Corona Qflgencyv ROYAL SEM . lrww -'-mx! L1 WA Q . ..f QL:-W: 'ft' 5 5 J ,1,3,,'.gf.-.im-M n:. .h 0 , -ff i f rf 'fi' Q!! 'IL 7 Xfluz,51,N41 -... .. 1, A , ' , :,.L,,.?'v-.. 'sv I -:fli1fifsf:tH'L" --"N .X-Iv, Tut! ', ' '-1-,::1f,, M i , H "Compare the Work Hu rl cd Thirty-jim' - . OF HIGH GRADE ROY A PEARSON Ph g M ' 6716 CW k donc for S'grm Ch' ones 7252 Fmggmity in Champldyzr. Rec: 505 Law Bldg., ommemlntions may be had from Indianapolis, Ind. Umm-9 EISNER GROCERY COMPANY Distributors University and Library CANN ED GOODS WE PROMISED NOT TO ROAST THEM, BUT BEFORE WE ARE THRU WE MUST SAY A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE GAMMA FLEAS The picture on yon side was taken at the Gamma Fly barracks. Outside of that we have no apologies to make. I l .9239 "Big Gun" Brand Dress Suits For Rent Walsh Q Wozencraft Call and see me when you Pl b' Z H tr - need a dress suit. I have all um g?2gLt?lL5t07.Sea mg sizes. Phone Central 4875. PHONE-BELL 299 57 East University Avenue CHAMPAIGN T. C. SCHAFFNER 130 N. State Street CHICAGO DAVIS 86 KREEGER DECORATORS 66 CONTRACTORS IN PAINTING AND GLAZING Telephone, Wentworth 722 211-213 W. 63d Street Established 1886 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS S Hundred Thirty- LADY ATTENDANT TELEPHONE WEST 4023-4024 . Mueller 86 Co. Surgeons Instruments SICK ROOM SUPPLIES, HOSPITAL FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT X-RAY AND ELECTRO MEDICAL APPARATUS APPARATUS FOR THE RELIEF OF DEFORMITIES 1771-83 Ogden Avenue CHICAGO DIAMONDS PEARLS Jos. C. Bowman Q auuouns nn sem-mclous sms: Yi sum um SILVER onnmms 1 I, Your Dependable Acnolceunsor sznnuuss 14.13. " jefweler .gf I ' I T I Where Gems and . ,ze I - . X., ' 4 f 'jf' Q, Gold are R1ghtly el . p i x Sold l We carry distinctive Jewelry for people who know and wearers who care. Expert Watchmakers and Jewelry repair men All work t . guaran eed at a nominal price. A fine line of Illinois Jewelry. 110 North Neil Street-CHAMPAIGN SILVERWARE WATCHES Six Humlrcd Thirty-seven BEAUTIFUL ELECTRIC LAMPS P-:"' ,Z -Lutz-v sh- .hi . " iffy 'r o f ill! ! Ll if 51,5 in Great Variety Newest Creations in Lamps for every pur- pose and every purse are shown in our spa- cious display rooms. Piano Lamps Library,Table and Bou- doir Lamps, Silk Shades in endless variety. Everything Electrical always o n display at ,Q-, ll lm l ,L.:mg!-aw 1 COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY ELECTRIC SHOPS 72 WEST ADAMS smear 448 N. Parkside Ave. 4523 Broadway 3127 Logan Blvd. 9163 South Chicago'Ave. E All Phones Randolph 1280-Federal Coupons Given Free Wilh All Purchases FRANKLIN 1723 William Schriclcle Company Manufacturers of High Grade MEDALS 'PRIZE CUPS, TROPHY SHIELDS, BANNERS, BADGES, ETC. Oilice and Factory, Rooms 617-619 I 358 WEST MADISON STREET. Northwest Cor, Market St. CHICAGO Sin: A VOTE FOR EUGENICS P h o t o t a k e n espe cially for T h e Eugenics Record. S.T.R.E.T.C.H. Davis in a char- acteristic pose- w a t c h i n g the women get on street cars. Hundred Thirty-eight WILLIAM B. MCKINLEY CONGRESSMAN NINETEENTH ILLINOIS DISTRICT Sin: llzcvlrlmcl ThiI'ty-nivw 35 Serhiuz jerking Satisfaction nw nfl' 323 W ntiay Qggz. 01112 ggtuhent 5113131113 Cgture G9n Green Street ' Chas. W 'Bailey--'14 Managers Shelby D. Hines--'21 35 05 3 EAT at TITE WAD'S Trunk, Tobacco Co. 20 Taylor St. Full line of Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes and Candies E. N. TRUNK, Prop. . Phone-Garfield 1090 "The Home of Coffee An-" KAPPA SWIGS--If You Want a Good BUN -M---Stop in at-7'---' ' THE FEDERAL BAKERY --On Your Way Home from Nelson's-- " ' Heati Q ll Vi 'TJ I-I s U' 'B I fi 'fau- lil ll l Q! Q . Power Plant -.., ,,. J- o o J -J munru ff CEE' -J 1 Q mf - "K El ml lhlh . it i E :cfs Q J , , .,... ' - wx: Q I I I 7-J Q i, is lil , - , ,, ,shy Lv l N.. A ix 5 Q K, ! - gl-UQ ,. .,..,, '49, ' l 5 -' n an l l'l"lllll'ln"" , l' To c l . l l . l'+ """.f- ,fi ',.,I- X 'I,,2'.1 JUUJ. .Q M T '- L7Lf""k' Swv-f-+1' F 13 1 A Q ,ff , .J Il X2 'll f X ." "" .L 4? - 11,54 ,- yc 1 S W A , la ' lo X , F2 N Jenkins Valves are made in types and sizes to meet all requirements of power plant. plumbing and heating: service. The dominant idea behind the construction of every valve is strensrth and proportion for maximum service. The severest conditions to which each valve may be subjected, not the avernpre, determines the desiprn and construction, with the result that Jenkins Valves are always strong: and heavy enough, und ready to meet the strains and "hard usage" by a wide margin. Only valves bearing the Jenkins "Diamond Mark" cast in the body may be truthfully called and lawfully sold as Jenkins. Jenkins 96. Jenarco, Oiltite and Magnolia Sheet Puekimt, Jenkins Renewal Composition Discs, Pump Valves, Cut Gaskets, Gasket Tubing, Washers and Compressed Asbestos Jointinpr ure also included in the Jenkins Line. Jenkins Products are obtainable through supply houses everywhere. JENKINS BROS. Washington Pittsburg 4:34, H m'm...mX Philadelphia Lon don ri: 'QQ WO Qrjljs New York Boston 2 - , ,M I if .. St. Louis Montreal fl V' I "ff J V1 San Francisco Chicano 4' 1 gf-A ' fa Vafix-,V -1 ' ,ff M.. i,--f ,- . . . f' 1 ' ' 'ffjfkh ix Ilmzdrcd Forfll-OWU P. D. FOSTER PLANING MILL Cabinet, Office and Fzw'n'itw'e Work South Chestnut Street CHAMPAIGN, ILL. A TTI I kfqwgqy Qualzty Engvcwmgs With Dependable Sewzce lIi.l2. l2UBBt3CCi- ENGIIAVERS - . . ..II II""f- TITIIITIIIIIIT TL II I I f Check on This Bank E invite small as well as large check- ing accounts. There are no fixed requirements as to the size of the balance to be maintained. Complete facilities and modern equipment enable us to assure depositors of prompt, accurate, depend- able service. The Urbana Banking Company JOHN H. SAVAGE, President JOHN H. THORNBURN, Cashier Kill Us, Mister! We're too Sweet to Live. BIBLE PUPUTAR WITH STUDENTS AT ITTINUIS INTERPNETATIONS' OF BOOK ARE IN DEMAND. TS FAVORITE OVER FICTIONI INIIIIII I.. IIII IfIIII.III.I,II,IIII MII., I'IIII.xN.x, III. 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Si.: Ilundrcd Forty-two KENNEDY-WEBSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 425 S. WABASH AVE. CHICAGO, ILL. V , b , L I I "" VL'C'V u f? lp I V You are daily Working under "Brilliant" Mazda Lamps All Buildings in the University Being Equipped With Them. WE ARE THE LAMP SPECIALISTSOF THE MIDDLE WEST EVERYTHING IN Mazda Lamps Therapntic Lamps Carbon Lamps Surgical Lamps Automobile Lamps Dental Lamps Stereoptican Lamps Optical Lamps N atural Colored Lamps of All Kinds Distributors for Industrial Lighting Rubber Tape Nela Trutint Fixtures 8: Reiiectors Friction Tape Color-matching Units Fans Wires 8: Cables S II ddl' tyth DEPENDABILITY u As to the length of life and resiliency of the fabrics and as to the construction of your clothes- IS WHAT COUNTS That's why We put all our knowledge into buying the Right Sort of Fabrics- Fabrics of the jinest textures and of the latest weaves- That's why We devote our utmost skill in tailoring-so as to express gracefully the lines of your figure- So that the clothes will retain that Air of Distinction which is soon lost in less perfect clothes. THESE are the qualities that make J ERREMS' clothes so desirable-so cle- penclable. . Tioeecls, Worstecls, Flannels, Horne- spuns, Silks, Linens and White Flannels in abundance. TAILOR FOR YOUNG MEN 7 North LaSalle St. 3 STORES! 314 South Michigan Ave. 71 East Monroe St. Si .U Him drcd Forty-four "The House of Good Books" THE METHODIST BOOK CONCERN Corner Rush and Superior Streets CHICAGO H. SWANNELL 8: SON Reliable Driiggist , The REXALL Store Established 1860 Older than the University The Relikible Store for your Prescriptions, Drugs and Drug Store Goods No. 1 Main Street Cut Price on Toilet Articles CHAMPAIGN NOTICE We, the undersigned rooming houses, have been reported to the Champaign Humane Society. Whereas, the reason for such complaint, lays in the fact that during our initia- tion we tied the hands of our neophytes behind their backs. Therefore, let it be known to those who do not understand the traits of our nationality, that this is the only sure and sensible way of placing our men on silence. Herm Murphy ZETA BETA TAU Mike 0'Riley SIGMA ALPHA MU Committee HERRIOTT'S A dependable source of supplies to the dental profession in this section of the country For 53 Years. ' Many of the readers of The Iliio will be visited regularly by Mr. Martin P. Sweet of Decatur or Mr. Harry Gundelfinger of Shelbyville. Those of our customers to whom this publication will go and who are not called upon by our representatives will know that they can receive very prompt service from the house in Indianapolis. A very large stock of supplies and teeth is at your command, and a laboratory which is unusual is ready to help you. MRS. W. M. HERRIOTT 8z SON Established 1867 Supplies for Dentists Dental Laboratory 237 North Pennsylvania. Ave. INDIANAPOLIS Six H undrcd Forty-five QUALITY CIGARS For Gentlemen of Good Taste San Felice and El Verso HITE BROTHERS JAZZ-SHOE SHINING at PRESSING PARLOR The Deisel-Wemmer Co., Lima, O., Makers In College Hall-Main 883 U. I. GENTS When you are faged out from overwork When the noise of the big city gives you the jim-jams When you are tired of life and civilization Seek the Solitude of the CHI THETA HOUSE -If You Can Find It'f- 'FWe couldn't. Lammert 6? Mann Company ENGINEERS EMACHINISTS Wood and Walnut Streets CHICAGO Manu,factm'e1's of Rotary Dry Vacuum A Pumps Water-Cooled Double Stage for highest Vacuum Builders of SPECIAL MACHINERY Six Hund1'crl Fortu- T1-11s PAGE ADVOCATES GooD CLOTHING Y our personal appear- ance is of interest to you and your friends. Wilson-Bishop cloth- ing sets a standard in style, high class tail- oring, and quality of materials, which makes it especially de- sirable for one who Wishes to be Well dressed. A good many Illinois men and Alumni are among our customers. We invite you to in- spect our merchan- dise, When in Chicago. WILSON-BISHOP Co. 6 N. MICHIGAN AVE. THE TOWER BUILDING CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Six Hundred 'Forty-seven VALUE inherit Spends both sides of cl dollar here-- THE average student is willing to pay for what he gets But he Wants to feel quite sure that the article he purchased is worth the price he pays for it. No student ever left a dollar in this store that he didn't receive full value in exchange. That's why this business grows, develops and expands with true consistency-that's why it enjoys the enviable reputation of be- ing the greatest Student's store in the middle West. The Store that Fire Could Not Destroy. The Co-0 The Stuclenfs Store Green Sz Wright Sts.-On the Square CHAMPAIGN TB' .rv 1104? -IU: ' A ,gas 1 .1-f-: 1 : fee 5 ,, .Sz W'5Q""Ql ' H-A 6 YLQ il .-:X ' ,LI -X g Six Hzmdred Forty-cig It SUBSCRIBE FOR j ' Y THE DAILY ILLINI G35 - Reason 1: Best paper on the market to wrap up small parcels and laundry. CAFETERIA Reason 2: You can place them between the mattress and the springs of your bed to keep .g the cold out. UPL- Reason 3: Better than kind- ling for starting fires. 610 E. Green St. CALL KRANNERT AT LEWIS' STORE. Champaign fbetween 5:80 and 6 o'c1ockJ WESTERN BRICK CO. DANVILLE, ILLINOIS Furnished the face brick for Ceramics Building and Girls' Dormitory at U. of I. III Manufacturers of Shale Common Brick and Hollow Tile ARTISTIC MEDIUM PRICED FACE BRICK Including DORIC" and "GOTHIC" SHADES STIPPLED TEXTURE Annual capacity over 100,000,000 S H drcd Forty-n From our exclusive stock, costumes of any description for any occasion can be secured, FRITZ SCHOULTZ 8z COMPANY Telephone Majestic 7733 58 W. Lake St., CHICAGO L. K. H O W S E WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE 56-58 Main St. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. ILLINOIS' MOST BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY U R B A N A One of the largest burying plots in America. Theatre, street cars, daily newspapers, schools, churches, stores, and electric lights on grounds. Perpetual Care Lower berths 335.00 M. T. Dome. caretaker. Upper Berths S 1.98 CATERING TO THOSE WHO APPRECIATE THE BEST IN S PHOTOGRAPHY 208 N. Neil St. C1-IAMPAIGN, ILLINOI Garfield 2268 Sin: Ilzmdrcd Fifty "SeriVane Fans" BUILT RIGHT RUN RIGHT We Make All Size Fans for All Purposes Specify "Serivane Fans" and put an end to your fan troubles. to The New York Blower Co. and let Bring your fan problems their engineers recommend an economical practical solution. You will find "Serivane Fans" cheapest in the long run as they are built to last. Write for our latest Catalog-No. 70 . MAIN OFFICE The New York Blower Co. 513 Transportation Bldg. L Porte Ind CHICAGO, ILL. Works- a , . BRANCHES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES. S' II d d Fifty-om' IF Your Feet Aren't Mates- IF Your Back Aches From Smell- IF Your Hand Is Stepped on while Picking up a Cigar ing Cellars Don't go to a CHIROPRACTOR You Can Get the Necessary Vertebral Adjustment by Riding OREGON STREET CARS 7c the treatment Four Treatments 25c CUndertaker and Lady Assis- tant in Connectionj Quick and Convenient DRUGS CANDY AND DRINKS Magazines Photo Supplies Cigars and Tobcwco INMAN SQUARE WALTER BONGART Inman Hotel Bldg. Stop at The Inman Hotel the best place to eat ana' sleep in the city G. W. BYERS and A. DANIELSON Proprietors Sim H undrcd Fifty-t YOU spend most of your time in your oflice. An ofiice properly arranged and equipped will be an inspira- tion for your development. Our department for Office Planning and suggestions for Office Arrangement is at your service. is epkx Catalogs and Lite1'atzw'e 'if N on Request X X x 45 Ritter Dental Mfg. Co., Inc. Rochester, New York If1L'llCl1'Cll, Fif tu-three ESTA BLISH ED I-867 I LUYDE'5 EVERYTHING MUSICAL TYPE- 7 Main St. OFFICE WRITERS Champaign SUPPLIES WANTED AT ONCE!!!-ANOTHER BATH TUB So that half of the cistern wont have to go home every week-end Write, wire or phone, giving capacity, whether water wings are included price, cost of upkeep and state whether large enough to accommodate Chubby Jordan PI BETA PHI 61 East Green M UELLER High Grade Plumbing Brass Goods Built to Wear With Least Repair Stops Waste By Closing Itself 4 Mueller Self-Closing Faucets are protected by Basic patents. They will stand four times the Normal Water Pressure without leaking. Users of Mueller Goods have the smallest upkeep expense. H. MUELLER MFG. CO. DECATUR, ILL. NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO Sin: llundrvd Fifty-four john Mohr 86 Sons ENGINEERING AND BOILER WORKS Largest and Best Equipped BOILER SHOP IntheWorld ., ,-, , -1 :CAA i i i-lllll 2 I - Blast Furnaces, hot stoves, metal mixers, boilers and steel plate Work of all kinds. Structural work of every description. Every- thing and anything made of light or heavy steel plate or structural metal. North Works and South Works General Offices 96th St. 8a Calumet River 349-359 W. Illinois st. C H I C A G O Ilumircd F-ifty-,five Buehler Bros. ARRYING out the vision and purpose of its found- ers, this firm in its markets throughout the country inter- prets its mission as more than the mere Science of Making Money. Striving through keen and open competition to serve the public Buehler Bros. realizes the sur- est way to make money is to prove its usefulnessg that the more useful a business is the more successful it must be, be- cause it is a greater benefit to mankind. We look for success through handling the best meats in a sanitary manner and at prices within reach of all. Buehler Bros. CASH AND CARRY MEAT MARKETS Sim Hundred T' FINE INKS and ADHESIVES For those who KNOW xl 'T - E W ll ll ll mth lluli L, W' hx M- - 1' 'Ji f, I . ' Drawing' Inks Eternal Writing Ink Engrossinp: Ink 'Paurine Mucilage I-I' ' ' rawmg o Liquid Paste Office Paste Vegetable Glue, Etc. Are the Finest and Best Inks and Adhesives Emancipate yourself from the use of corrosive and ill-smelling inks and ad- hesives and adopt the HIGGINS INKS AND ADHESIVES. They will be a revelation to you, they are so sweet. clean, well put up, and withal so eflicient. At Dealers Generally CHAS. M. HIGGINS Kz CO.,Mfrs. Branches: Chicago, London 271 Ninth Street Brooklyn, N.Y. Photo Mounter Paste D ' B ard Paste SCOTT'S GROCERY ALL KINDS OF FRUIT 512 E. JOHN ST. CHAMPAIGN M. R. McBROOM THE GREEN STREET CAFE 403 EAST GREEN ST. THE STUDENTS HOME CHAMPAIGN OHNS ANVILLE SERVICE J - l M covtns THEOONTINE ,, ,limo YOU AND JOHNS-MAN- VILLE MUTUAL SERVICE When a Johns-Manville product is recommended to you, you may be sure that it is the result of careful scientific research, investigation, and manufac- ure. Through- You can absolutely depend upon Johns- d .t AE.l3dESTo?St Manville Products to give you and your an 1 5 a ' Dr uc S' clients the utmost in Service and Satis- INSULATION factlon- that keeps the heat where it b I , WQEMENTS H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE that make boiler walls leak proof, Q ROOFINGS Michigan Ave.. 8: 18th St. Chicago that cut down fire risks, 10 Factories-Branches in 63 Large Cities PACKINGS that Save Power Waste- Asbestos and Magnesia Heat Insula- LININGS tions, Packings, Refractory Cements, that makg brakes Safe, Steam. Traps and other Power Plant Materials, Asbestos Roofings and Shin- FIRE glesg Electrical Products, Asbestos PREVENTION Brake Lining, Fire Extinguishers, PRODUCTS Speedometers. Six H amdv-cd Fifty-seven 1 The UNIVERSITY DRUG STORE GREEN STREET PHARMACY B. E. SPALDING, P'rom'ieto0' Corner Green and Siccth Streets T. M. BACON 6? SONS Wall Paper, Paints, Glass Corner Walnut and Taylor Streets Champaign, Illinois IF YOU ARE USED TO LIVING IN A LIVERY BARN You Will Find The SIGMA NU HOUSE The Most Homelike Hotel Interior Decorations by Woolworth Plastered with Mortgages 350 ROOMS WITH SHOWER, TUB OR SANDPAPER To all our old and new Customers- We extend our hearty . Thanks The Arcade Confectionery Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Candies Page Sz Shaw Nunnally's Martha Washington Can- dies The kinds she likes CUNNINGI-IAM BROS. Druggists 25 Main St., Champaign S II mired Fifty It lotfves Facts-- DURING THE YEAR OF 1917 RECORDS SHOW 85W OF THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS WORE READY-MADE CLOTHES. - We believe this was because ready-made clothes could be bought at a range of prices from 315400 per suit upward. RECORDS SHOW READY- MADE CLOTHES HAVE AD- VANCED MORE THAN 125W TAILOR-MADE CLOTHES HAVE ADVANCED ONLY sw.. It has been generally agreed even in the past that Tailor- made clothes cost less in the end. Now that this unusual change has come about we be- lieve all will agree Tailors are offering by far the best values. IF THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLIN- OIS INVESTIGATE THESE FACTS THEY WILL WEAR ONLY TAILOR-MADE CLOTHES. Richard W. Farmer Company Tailors ' 16 W. Jackson Blvd. CHICAGO lluvzdwd Fifty-vim' :'.-,I 4 t S Mail Orders Receive Special Attention Foreignf Overcoats and Topcoats DGEN who can afford the best justly demand the utmost in personal comfort. AN elaborate variety of the same luxuriously com- fortable English coats will be shown in our stocks during this year. THE marked preference for Dockstader and Sand- berg foreign ulsters amongst discriminating men is a fine tribute to their quality and comfort. And to accompany are foreign and domestic suitings, golf and sports suits, evening ' clothes and fancy waistcoats. Our representative visits Champaign each season. Dockstader Sz Sandberg l REPUBLIC BLDG.-CHICAGO Six Hu d cd Sfcty What School Nxt Fall ? DON'T FORGET BEAUTIFUL ILLINOIS ON CRYSTAL LAKE Four Hour Exams Quiet Sundays Automatic Telephones Chaperoned Dances Fearless Student Paper Senior Chimes Y. M. C. A. Y. W. C. A. Contented Instructors Charming Dean of Women Field Trips Convocations Seven Student Churches Write for T. A. Clark's book "Facts For Freshmen"-better than "Dere Mablen-Percy Hammond, Tribune, best comedy ev- er written by an American-John Drinkwater. . UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS on CRYSTAL LAKE---URBANA A. M. BURKE, President E. I. BURKE, Vice-President and Cashier The Citizcn's State Bank, Your business is desired and we are disposed to grant you every consistent favor. RESOURCES ......,,..,,......,..,,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, S 2,000,000.00 Corner Neil and Taylor Streets CHAMPAIGN, ILL. S Hfzmdrcd Sixty-one For Prompt and Efficient Repair Service Call Champaign Plbg. 86 Htg. Co. Quick Service Plumbers. Garfield 1695. PLUMBING FIXTURES OF KNOWN QUALITY When in Indianapolis inspect our fully equipped kitchen, bath- room and laundry displays-the most complete in the Central States. You will be welcome. WE SELL AND RECOMMEND: National Steel Pipe Water Closet Outfits Cast Iron Fittings Central Water Supply Systems Bathroom Fixtures Irrigation Sprinkling Lines Asbestos Insulation Byer's Genuine Wrought Iron Pipe Mueller Brass Goods , Steam and Hot Water Radiators Steam and Hot Water Boilers Septic Tank Outfits Steel Boilers and Tubes Lap-Welded Boiler Tubes. Valves, Traps, Etc. Central Supply Company Water, Gas and Steam Supplies. Plumbing Fixtures. 210-238 South Capitol Avenue INDIANAPOLIS Investments. . . We are now prepared to furnish you with first class investments. We have on hand at present 6'W investments due from 1Vg. years to 5 years, secured by mortgages. If you are wanting something secure, we are sure that these will suit you. Our safety deposit boxes are going fast. If you are planning on a box act quick before they are all gone. Why not start a savings account now? Earn 3W while you save. Come in and get acquainted. University State Bank OF CHAMPAIGN Dependable "YOUR BANK" Convenient Six Himclrcd Sixty-two Lang.-:...4..g:,.,.,i:u:,-. '.rx1z',L., 14 41 ig,.x1.:uu.f..-u.r.11.11.,: g:.11:ri.:iq.,1,,:guu:,1gz::nl.. r:-11,11 -1.'-'-----'W f ,, -. . ,.. .. .- ,.-' - . ff 'rift-'.'i"r , i. u,.,.-,ff..i', ,X 4117,-h . ,.,fj',, -..f .. . - Y-Hi-1 ti.....,, .- A im Mi-. .. X- X , ,A .,,i.i,y 1 f wi tif. . p.., yi f Best Farm Scales. Gasoline Engines, Cream Separa- tors. Pumps and Piping, Feed Grinders, Grain Dumps, Wind Mills: Avery. International. and Waterloo Boy Tractors. Ottawa Shellers. 335 N. WALNUT ST. CHAMPAIGN SEJHUANOU Farm Machinery and Vehicles G N.BACON 6 COMPANY Wall Paper, Paints, Oil, and Glass Painting and Decorating Across from Inman Hotel THOMAS ARKLE CLARK wishes to dispose of broken lots of KNITTED WEAR including sox, sweaters, hot water bottles, wristlets, etc. FINISHED TOO LATE TO SEND OVERSEAS. As city representative of the Neecllecraft Magazine, I am authorized to accept want-ads for stitches dropped between the Auditorium and the Gymnasium. 107-109 N. Walnut P. S.-My class in Crotcheting 29 will not meet Monday Bring purling im le- ments Wednesday. i p National Giant i T .. tm -, if E 4. '-ti' V-'. sf. " ez i,"" -Tm -- I TIJIQQ7' 'zzz' ':"" -4 .Q ' 'ir 10 Eleva The W0rld's Best F National Giant Elevators are preferred by colletre trained men who know real merit when they see it. Best for strength. light draught, capacity and convenience. Handle all grains and ear corn perteely --run by miyiaie or horses, NATIONAL GIANT STEEL PORTABLE ELEVATOR Finest. Outside Elevator built. Ilas the desirable patented l'eatares that make an Elevator most protitahle. The famous see- tion, common sense l'eeder. overhead jack. etc. LITTLE GIANT WOOD ELEVATOR Brother Elevator in wood to the National 3 rm Elevator Outfits Giant Steel Elevator. Givim: excellent service now on thousands ol' I'arms. Both Elevators made any length. NATIONAL GIANT INSIDE BUCKET ELEVATOR 'Most sensible inside elevator ever made. Can be installed in new or old crib: with or without pit: has the famous National Giant Head Section etc.. every feature patented. INVESTIGATE VVrite us For our complete catalog and free book ot' working plans on latest most modern cribs. Let as send name ol' National Giant Dealer near you. Address Dept. 1920 PORTABLE ELEVATOR MFG. COMPANY BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS Six llimrlrrwl Sf.r!11-Ht rr:- iHzQD1v0QMusif4ni1,IieSi' IN BAND INSTRUMENTS and DRUMMERS' SUPPLIES Your Old Instruments Taken In Exchange ICE CREAMS Q ICES SHERBETS CHAMPAIGN ICE CREAM CO. 115-117 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. MAIN 175 GARFIELD 2107 W by Not Two Instead of Une If you make your drive strong enough, why not drive two spindles instead of one? If you make your turret stiff enough, why not put on two sets of tools instead of one? If the operator has to stop the machine to put in one piece, why not have him put in two instead? If you have any desire to practically double your output per machine, per man and per dollar investment, why not get a Double Spindle Flat Turret Lathe for your chucking work? ones 86 Lamson Machine Company Springfield, Vermont U S. A. Six Ilzmdrccl Sixty-fam FREE! FREE! FREE! JUST WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR A Eureka Camera Plates, chemicals and complete outfit for every boy and girl in the United States and the following possessions: Urbana, East St. Louis and Reno Just send your name and cell number and we will send 500 Alpha Chi Rho pledge pins. Distribute these among your acquaintances Cnot more than 45 to a familyj . When you have done the dirty Work, let us know and the camera is yours. Be the first in your community to wear a AXP pledge button. They will get more hearty laughs than the old "Chicken Inspector" and "Booze Searcher" badges. QThis space contributed by the Expansion Committee of the Alpha Chi Rho Fratb CHAMPAIGN'S LARGEST STORE Xffsjfg f,Y- i F K Robeson 'N bf Ch han dlh M UTC 3.11013 fa: - a '12 - if Z J 71 5 N' s a -f r ' f - mm1I,lf. !! Illnh p lllllllllyllll llllhm! EVERYTHING Ill ii FOR or - C s5fi5jifi1!Qi iCgf ,ir i ' EVERYBODY THE APPAREL HEADQUARTERS Six Iizmdrcd Sirity-five PITSENBARGER Sz FLYNN SUITS MADE TO ORDER CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING ' CHAMPAIGN FOR SALE CHEAP 1 On account of making an indefinite visit to Leavenworth, Kan., I will sell the ILLINOIS UNION BUILDING as I will have no further use for the same. -4-RED ALISON 4 KINSEY 6? MAI-ILER CO. Brass, Bronze and Aluminium Castings Established 1850 Peoria, Illinois T. Colvin 86 Son W bolesale ana' Retail Meat and Provisions PHONES: Main 186-Garfield 4147 204 W. Main St. URBANA, ILLINOIS S'lIdd9t The YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION of the UNIVERSITY of ILLINOIS What the Y. W. C. A. has: Room and board accommodation for sixty girls Assembly room Reading and social rooms Committee rooms OHices Your Support will be Appreciated ' cdddress SECRETARY of Y. W. c. A. 801 S. Wright Street Champaign, Ill. Owr Number Nineteen Catalog of M U -I MACHINISTS2 MILL AND RAIL- ' Q 1 ' ' ROAD SUPPLIES BRASS, COPPER AND BRONZE 1 . In Sheets, Rods, Wire and Tubes H gegijqfi BESLY GRINDERS ight., ,,,A,L ,A ' ff A -gg BESLY TAPS LV P, A Eg A . , , 'A A: , Q -- 3 5 Is used for Reference in most of the leading gql qi , Engineering Colleges and Institutes "" b-mm Copy on request Charles H. Besly 8z Co. CHICAGO 118-124 North Clinton St. CHICAGO Works, Beloit, Wis. A. E. Gilber 66 Co. fINCORPORATEDJg CAN N ED FCDD PRODUCTS Pure Fruit COFFEES-TEAS Pure Fruit Jams GROCERS SPECIALITIES n J6ll'l6S 229 North State Street CHICAGO Catering to Colleges, Fraternities, Sororities and Cafeterias Represeiitecl by C. W. GILBERG Six Hundred Sixty S II ndrc PI PHIS: KAPPAS: CHI OMEGAS: AND OTHER MEMBERS OF I WANTA ROAM THE LATEST FAD HRADIOLITE SORORITY PINS" Same principle as radiolite Watches. You can recognize the cistern in the dead of the night on the SOUTH CAMPUS When they wear "Radiolite Pins" CISTERN JEWELRY CO. Sole Official Jewelers to I Wanta Roam "Better be safe than sorry-don't go strolling without a "Radiolite Pin" fAlso Blinders for Kappa Tau pinsj Conmmonmzv In the cool of the Spring evenings, or the heat of Summer you will appre- ciate the good service and the ap- petizing drinks in the Home of the Original Chocolate A La Bostons. It is our express desire to give satisfactiong to accomplish this aim we manufacture our own ice cream and candies, using Jersey cream procured from the Bradley and Kobel Farms. d Sixty-1 CHICAGO BRIDGE 8: IRON WORKS We Specialize in the Design, Manufacture. and Erection of ELEVATED STEEL TANKS AND STANDPIPES For Municipal. Railroad and Factory Service We also build Oil Tanks. Coalim-Z Stations. Brimlpzes. Turntables. Builrlim: and Structural Material Our catalogue will be gladly-mailed to you upon request , Write our nearest sales oflicc for prices, plans and specifications SALES SHOP Chiemro. Old Colony Bldg. . . Charlotte, N. C.. Realty Bldg: New York. Hudson Terminal Bldpr. Bridyzeburir. Ont., 156 Janet St. Dallas. Texas. Praetorian Bldg. Seattle, Wash.. L. C. Smith Bldg. Greenville. Pa.. 106 Pine St. . ,Los Angeles. Cal.. Union Oil Bldpz. Montreal, Quebec, 206 S. James St. ' ' San Francisco. Cul.. Call Bldg. SHOPS Eastern: Greenville. Pa.. KPittsburi: Districtl: Central: Chicago. Ill.: Canadian: Briditeburpx, Ont. WANTED AT ONCE BLIND JANITOR"' To Sweep Out DELTA GAMMA DORM 1 Every Morning at 7:30 Must be handsome, quiet and unrefined. Call Bell 1540 'Phi Psi wood alcoh'ol victims barred. DWIGHT BROS. PAPER CO. Ea:clusiz'e Printing Paper Dealers Books, Bond, Ledger, Writing Card Boards and Envelopes QUALITY SERVICE Harrison 395 626-636 So. Clark St. Chicago Six Ilzmdrcfl Sl'.l!l"Ilt1j Q f X M 4. m1 -1--11 nfililff E ' at A 13111-wF2'11"'Lii'I EMI 'IUI'IH'A"1-"'-'--.Q !?.! LQ. fe Q 5. g I I HI JL-f lu : I l Charnpaign's Leading Department Store .Lewis of? Co. TWIN CITY ROOFING CO. HENRY BIRELINE CO., Proprietors ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS SPECIALTIES ' I Cornlces Metal Skylights Ventilators Metal Ceilings Warm Air Furnaces Champaign and Vermilion County Agents for THE EVANS-ALMETAL FIRE DOOR PHONES: Main 105 Garfield 1763 201-205 South First Street CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS Main Office, DANVILLE, ILLINOIS 9 ll rulrcfl Saver ty c The McAllister Stores Co. IN URBANA The very fact that we use the mediums of advertising furnished by the University of Illinois is evidence of our appreciation of the student patronage. Even though a new store to university stud- ents and faculty, McAllisters is fast becoming a university and household word as the store of quality, ser- vice and up-to-dateness. Parents of university students are solicited to open a charge account for the convenience of the boy or girl. Every conven- ience at our command IS yours and we beg of you to use them. The one store in Urbana for Dry Goods, Millinery and Women's Apparel The Champaign National Bank Champaign, Ill. Active Capital over 9'p200,000 Transacts a general banking business Member Federal Reserve System Edward Bailey, President F. S. Bailey, Vice-President P. L. McPheeters, Cashier J. H., Snider,g Assistant Cashier Sis: Hundred Seventy-two You can bring your print- ing to us with the same confidence that you have when you take your money to your Banker. We know how to serve you. No one can serve you better. X Flanigan-Pearson Co. P'rinte1's-Binders -Engravers 10-12 Chester St. CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS ALBERT PICKH C0MPA1w We are complete outfltters of Hotels, Clubs, Boarding and Roaming Houses, Fu rnished Apartment Buildings, Ofhce Build- ings, Restaurants, Lunch Rooms, Cafeterias, Soda Parlors and Billiard Halls. i 208-224 W. RANDOLPH ST., CHICAGO Furniture For Fraternity, Sorority and Private Homes at prices far below present wholesale cost. Be Economical-Come to M. J. PATTERSON Sz COMPANY Where Quality is Always Higher Than Price. Neil St. CHAMPAIGN Percival-Kirkpatrick Hardware Co. 109 N. Neil St. CHAMPAIGN Cl Shelf and Building Hardware Cooking Utensils, Tools Screens and Screen Repairing S Humlrcd Sc'vo11ty-tlwcv An Intense Desire To serve you Prompts us to spend S11 in this Publication. To call your attention To the fact that, over in Urbana is one of the largest and choicest stock of Foodstuffs in the Middle West. PALMER EKDAVIS GROCERS gl BPAKERSJ "Snappy Service" ARCADE BILLIARD PARLOR an BILLIARDS Sz BOWLING 8'- COLLORD Ez CAVANAUGH, Props. Bradley Arcade. 1 FOREMANS QUALITY CLOTHES HEADQUARTERS FOR THE NEWEST DOUBLE BREASTED YOUNG MEN'S MODELS 63 to 67 West Washington Street CHICAGO S I1 d rl Seventy JAMES DEWEY HAVENS The Peeled "Egg ESTABLISHED 1856 MARIN ER 86 HCJSKINS CHEMISTS 62 ENGINEERS 2009 Harris Trust Building 111 West Monroe Street Telephone 330 CHICAGO Write ifor Information on Soil and other Agricultural Analyses. Champaign Coca- Cola Bottling Co. Uncorporatedj Bottlers of Coco-Cola and High Grade Soda Waters AIIIIIII1mmIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll1uununllllllllllmn mmIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllmul!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllmlInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIInlIulllIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllluulmuuln Our product is manufactured in the most sanitary, the best ventilated, and the best equipped plant in the Twin Cities. Organization accounts solicited. Phone us your order for parties and dances. We will give it our personal attention. imuulumunnllIIIIHllnllnnnnluullllnnnllllllllllulIIInlnuullllllmmIInmllllllllllllmllIIIImlnlllllllulmllIIIIInunuunuunuulluunlm 107-109 N. Market St. fNeW Plantj ' Main 285 S H undrcd Seventy-jiivc The Third Street Delicatessen 86 Cafeteria The Little Shop with 606 S. Third st., just off G1-een the 845- G. A. OSTRAND, Proprietor. STUDENTS Our service has been perfected to meet your needs. Serving you through our Student Agent makes it a real con- venience. Dry Cleaning and Pressing WI-IITE LINE LAUNDRY MAIN 406 GARFIELD 1550 Have Your Suits Made to Your Measure lIIIIIIIIIulmlnlullnllllllmunIIIIIrIIIIIIIIIIIuullmliulnunllluuumlnuulllllnllullmlnlnlllllllmulmnnlnnnulmlIIIInnnunuuullnunnn It costs no more and they wear longer. We do the Work in our own daylight shops. uunnuumInImulnlllllllllmllmlulllllllullllmlmunnnunllun:nnIIIIIInIII1I11nllununlllllulunuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I1nnnluulullullumnun: Gulick Tailoring Company Charnpaign's Olclest anfl Largest Tailors 209 North Neil Street O'uer Woolworths SHddSt GEORGE HUDSON MUGGEE ATH-A-LETE The Old Reliable Stud- ent Hair Cutting Parlor Kanciy's Barber Shop ' G. C. EHRGOTT, Prop. Phone: Gar. 2265 614 E. Green Street Dearborn Dearborn Water Treatment. Pre- vents Scale Formation, Corrosion and Foaming scientifically. Counteracts conditions shown by analysis of the water. Dearborn Oils and Greases. All made from highest grade stocks. Special Oils furnished to suit Spec- ial Conditions. Dearborn Anti-Corrosion Eleva- tor Compound. A Preparation for Products Hydraulic Elevator Systems. and Water Storage Tanks. Lubricates and preserves the System. No-Ox-Id Rust Preventive. Pro- tects metal surfaces from Rust and Corrosion, Dearboline, Klean Klean, Quenching, Drawing' and Cutting Oils, are other Dearborn Specialties. These are all superior products, put out under the direction of Dear- born Laboratories. Dearborn Chemical Company 332 S. Michian Avenue, Chicago Telephone Harrison 3930 Six Humlrcd Seventy-seven Time Yourself To be "on time" means a lot in life and it's to this end we carry a fine assortment of time pieces for Ladies and Gents- The famous "Howard" and "Hamilton" thin model are supreme. Wuesteman JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH "Hallo1um'lc Store" l ROBERTS 66 GRAN Wholesale and Retail MEATS Kz PROVISIONS-POULTRY AND EGGS--LIVE STOCK 113 South Neil Street CHAMPAIGN We fimii-Qciiiic und 1-wicca the cmiiiiience of you who iii-0 fieiiiiiig with us and cmisidei- it a pleasure, as well as ix duty, to handle your business in a clean, capable manner. When you are in need of anything.: in our line. either for banquet or party uses or regulm' require- c t of oui house ki dl let s know and 0 will find l l t t on ITI Il S Y ' . , II y ' ll, y ll US ll XVUYS I'0lUy 0 ITICC YOU any proposition. TELEPHONES 24 E. Van Buren St. Main 759 334 S. Wabash Ave. " 684 Tel. Harrison 8597 BRANCH OFFICES Crofoot, Nielsen 86 Co. BLUE PRINTERS BLUE PRINTING, BLACK PRINTING, BLUE LINE AND COLOR PRINTING DRAWING MATERIALS Special Service Always Speed and RESULTS, Big Floor Space and Equipment for Rush Orders 172 W. Washington Street CHICAGO S ix Hundred Savcn ty-eight The House of Carpenter has served Illinois and her graduates for many years. It numbers amongst its customers 2 many former students who are engaged in t every kind of business in all parts of the World. Our 1100 page catalogue is an encyclope- dia of everything in the supply line. It is free to graduates of Illinois. Send for it. Gro-B-CARPEHTEM Co. MILL, CONTRACTORS RAILROAD AND VESSEL SUPPLIES 430-440 No. Wells St. Chicago, Ill. Examine the shadow detail, the del- icate gradatlon and especially the spark- ling highlights of the PORTRAIT made by Duncan and you will see the fall mean- ing of the word QUALITY. CDancan 614 E. Green St. Main 2741 H und re d Seventy- Build with Brick The Everlasting Material When you build, consider Permanency. Time alone proves the value of brick construction. Sheldon Brick 8z Building Supply Company 504-5 Robeson Bldg. Champaign, Ill. Phone: Main 36 Factory and Yards, Cunningham Ave., Urbana, Illinois Phone: Main 4021 W. H. STOLTEY W. F. STOLTEY Stoltey's Grocery 105-107 E. University Avenue CHAMPAIGN, ILL. EF The store of real service and best quality. Try us and be convinced. GW Phone: Garfield 1214 1 L I M E S I C I You simply cannot make sour soil produce maximum crops. The remedy is limestone. After you have applied our Columbia Ground Limestone to your soil, every fertilizer will act better. Columbia uarry Company Producers of Columbia Brand Ground Limestone and Distributors of Ground Limestone Spreaders. Plants at Krause, Columbia, Valmeyer, Alton and Grafton, Illinois. General Office 710 Fullerton Building, St. Louis, Mo. Prompt Shipments to Any Point. Six Hundred Eig Songs of the South Campus I Formerly She only let me hold her hand But last night She let me hug her, And tonight She gave me three kisses. Ah! woe is me! I am afraid To go back tomorrow! Mail Photo Finishing Service , Velox Prints by Expert Workmen and Prompt return of your orders. Mail them in at any time. 4' , N 'Ln' MA. 5, - " 92? f. A I, . Strauch Photo-Craf t House Champaign, Ill. As convenient as the nearest Mail Box nits fir Every Occasion 4!ou1nu--aliln1nn1nn1nn1nn--ln -..-..-..-.-..-..-.,.-..-..-..-..-.T . l 1 Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, Jewelry, Art Goods. I 1llTllTllTl ------ -u-II-lvl' Repair Department Under Expert Workmen. Experienced, Reliable. Ray L. Bowman jewelry Co. I nc. Miss Ray L. Bowman, Mgr. The Hamilton Building Champaign, Illinois ix Hundred Eighty-one A touching moment while seven Kappa Sig freshmen are receiving the vows which will consign them to a Hades on earth. S. E. I-IUFF acCOMPA Urbana, Illinois Big Four Track and Race St. Lumber 86 Coal Concrete Fence Posts CSteel Reinforcedj Guaranteed for 100 years Asphalt Shingles and Roofing CEMENT-SAND-GRAVEL '94LL CROAIDS LEAD TO H UFF 'S " S Hundred Eighty-twa M-O-S-I -- - I-.m1.'1 1.011.441 1 .... .-.m1..1nn1,,,,1 --at all times wheth- er its for a drink between classes, a light lunch at noon time, or a tete a tete after the dance. Hank E ar Mosier '20 In Overman DE MAN M On Green St.--"To Be Sure" li cl I gltytl MQLLET For the Best Gaso- line and Lubricating 84 WOLLER Oils go to Our Serv- ice Station Reliable as Druggists W. W. Walls Sz Company 11 Main Street Champaign Corner Neil, Logan and Walnut Sts. 1 Save 25 to 0? on Graflex-Kodaks-Ansco. Rexo and Premo Cameras 10-Day Free Trial Guarantee-If unsatisfactory, money will be refunded in full. Complete line of Motion Picture Cameras FREE-Our Latest Bargain Catalog listing hundreds of slightly used and new cameras, also supplies of every description. No matter what camera you want, we can save you money. Compare our prices with others on slightly used and new cameras and we know you will be another one of our satisfied customers. Our prompt and fair dealing will please you. Established in Photographic Business over 20 years. Central Camera Co. 124 South Wabash Ave., Dept. 0-1, Chicago Six Hzmrircd Eigl L Son 5 of the South gc If It's dmpus PROGRAMS Before Janet came along MENUS I led an innocent and pure life. INVITATIONS I never danced, fussed, CARDS Or attended shows of any kind. or But now W' 7 How changed I am! SFATIONERX I smoke, and cut, See And drink Green Riverg And once Geo. D. Louden Wh I lk' d ' ' 'Eileen SlXiit,Wa mg Own Prlntlng Co. A female winked at me And I winked back! How changed I am! Garfield 1158 . 114-16 Walnut St., Champaign elm-EPI! TELEP ONE 5' it :isa E - Central Unlon . ,YV A' ,- og Zirgizfxfsesl GIVES WINGS TO YOUR WILL Quickly and economically your personality may be carried to all parts of the country, up-state, down-state or thousands of miles beyond the state. By Bell Long Distance Telephone The nearby towns and the distant cities are at your elbow. Anywhere you desire to send your will your telephone is ready instantly to carry it. CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY ix Ilundrcd Eiglzty-,five The Inman Barber Shop Invites your Patronagel Best equipped, Best Ser- vice by Experts. Boncilla Facial Treatments Wilson 8z Percifield Songs of the South Campus III When we were engaged, I told Alice I had lost my ping But I said I would get another That she might wear it. And I did, And she kissed me And called me a dear boy. And now what troubles me Is how to get the pin away from her To give to Marjorie. COMPLETE INTENSIVE sTENoGRAP1o i-l-COURSE----- Stenographic training is invaluable to the college, professional or business woman An unusual opportunity is afforded to university graduates or undergraduates to get this complete steno- graphic training in three months in our SPECIAL IN- TENSIVE COURSE. Only university graduates or undergraduates are el- igible for this special course, which is given quarterly, a new class beginning in July, October, January and April 1. Bulletins on Special Course and Secretarial Courses mailed on requestg no solicitors employed. MOSER SHORTHAND COLLEGE Twelfth Floor Lake View Building 116 South Michigan Avenue Central 5158 Paul Moser, J. D., Ph.B. Chicago, Illinois Edna M. Buechler, A.B. Six Hundred Eighty-six 5Wunl2all CPrinting House I7 Taylor Street Champaign, Illinois 4...-...-..-..-.......-........-..-..........-...-..-. 1 4' . E ! ., 1 l I i E E 1 I 1 ! L ! A l ! l ! L ! .K ! l I I H ! I i H ! il I l L l zz l. 1 l. 'I' I 'Y' l l ! Always tlve Newest ana' Latest in Society ana' Business Printing anal Embossing. SHddI r Trade Mark on a Tool Gui- Name o is of a Guarantee of Superiority We Manufacture Complete Lines of DRAWING MATERIALS, DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, MATHEMATICAL AND, SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS, MEASURING TAPES. Keuflfel 86 Esser Co. OF NEW YORK. 520 South Dearborn Street CHICAGO ' 1 ' 1 , nv Nl A f -r I ,V .. . i l 1 .. A 1 ki. A, ' A A Case of Good Judgement A' u Edelweiss is a thoroughly good drink H I Q -one that refreshes and satisfies. ,q:-. , Buy it by the bottle wherever drinks are sold. Keep a case in the home. yi l f . . Ask your dealer. I . 315153-"fr-1 5222?2225 g2gg2 15E fSE3?575r11gy.1'-Q F R 86 Q N 'Mmm Champaign . SCHOENHOFEN COMPANY Chicago Six Hundred Eighty-eight III-IE AMERICAN CLAY MACHINERY COMPANY Bucyrus, Ohio Builders of Clay Working Machinery Auxiliary Deck Equipment Bakery Machinery and Equipment Fuel Oil Engines Cement Machinery Industrial Locomotives Gray Iron Castings Steel Castings In addition to building our regular lines we do contract cast- ing in steel and gray iron and will build machinery on contract. The American Clay Machinery Company Bucyrus, Ohio, U. S. A. DUNCAN RUG CO. Successors to Morgan Rug Co. Rug Cleaning Make your rugs sanitary by our process of Renoyating Repairing and Weaving Rugs our specialty. Phone, Main 3857 611 N. Walnut CHAMPAIGN, ILL. Hu'nd1'z'd E ighty- We Wonder where the Alpha Chi Omegas go for their thrills since Bar- racks No. 3 has been aban- doned by the Ground School. Maher iiuhiu ON John Street Solicits the patronage of those students who demand and rec- ognize quality and individuality in photographic PORTRAITS. We are Satisfied Only When You Are ff' 'x jhqg, 'vga it ' kiln ' NJ' Six Hundred Ninety Reliable Plumbing 86 Heating Co. 105 N. Walnut St. Champaign CONTRACT WORK OR JOBBING Always Dependable Best Candy Made Famous WW 851.00 a Pound Made Only by Del I-larris 302 W. Columbia Ave Champaign, Ill. K Q 'A 'W l if ,, . -D UN5. -4- ,N -,ul l 967' ...... f' --'x -" " """l ff - E s 0 JN4 , , 4. Fl w ww, gg: I IQQM X, NN. .. i J- uf' -Jlililh-'LKXX ,i 1 , !n If i gall. ali-LHJXQQI 3 'fil 4 lisqmQj'f ig: MW ashtray:-'aw--e,, by :ii lliulu Ilailgt-llllmlww i i 2145333-li liitfzif l!i'Qw'm'i'gR iuillll !llim,h-sage-. '- lemgljlilit 1 mwl.!!!ll"'.,,'i 7 1' , '1f' fll'+i Mf1't3 15 i - Ii ummm mnuun uzmm mmmn -X3 I vu'--' X,-V Y .,.f-'---- 'kxxif-E-F",- THE PIONEER HOUSE Organized with the specific purpose of catering to the particular re quirements of Hotels, Restaurants, Clubs, Railroad Dining Systems Steamship Lines and Institutions. JOHN SEXTON 8z CO. Wholesale Grocers Chicago S Hundred Ninety-on X f E X"L'?100f00 50100010 f"' Xl 'X Ny? -wx K ,VIL um! , hz., . , .- . . . , M '. , - A YL ,Iv,'1'I'v".1 'IL ix - MP ua' '-wL0..,. f'- v In A I ,I I-:Z 'w'E'1',t1'1,uIZ!f uk " Al - 1 . . -at V qui ,milf-I r-N gf, -l I fl NNJIIL, 1. , .- 1' ' gfg,,QfvZ'Rag.IE,."A, I lllll fl ', I fm R- A I 5- E V7 K, r ,rigffrwo0fQiIIX1yHJ1SI'III5, ' ,0" ' ' ' f w o w ma-we I T i 'E Flmr A -5,1 ' 4 H ,X , ACA.. 'il W XA. A ' . ' ,ww V. I .L L-7 I Wm, ' A - - 00 "fig-'I .iff mg "' " 'ww 'S 'f A' 'I -' I rfaier - 0. 'P'a"4l'w 'il I 'I X , 41: ,I -, 000- -, 0, Q :Iv 5-,IQ Nw. . .0 ,r, ,QQ . , in U, Eb. .I V - XIIIW' 'Mil-IS, ,,0 ' V I, 'X 1 I w ylff, n!l U h ,ff ' I H, vwvq-193,J" ' -.,0:- , 5' ""' 74' " ddress Service ' i . uf M D , f 'f .""5 " ' . e DI' INCH' vit . -... . U let: wW,w"'.-5" . A,4, X N W ' , 'Persana 0. ' ' ' TTT' If G2llc3'e.11nnunls" , 4-"'.e-H' ,aw J lux.. I- -- n INDIAIj5PoL1s ENGRAVING is-ELECTROTYPING CDMPANY INDIANAPOLIS IND. :r-,,' ..' 2 , . "-5 4 , , N 1 51 C I X, 'v-7,300 aj' IVWAQI " ri v" J ,,q... , x' L ' M-1 5325 I ,HUA ' -3 I I l? IIMIZFIQA -" 4 W, lik. if! I M I H"w'-Huwm---w-,.W ,,,. .,. ,,., ,,,,, ,,.,,!, Q- V -"'JLC:. ,V D' , 5 l ,Ah X an X 'I' '77 X40 7 . .A 0-I ,Q H I If , A -.,N1,s 11 l U ' It M .g13.4Li:.Ibj- fi!-:ILE-'T' WWI! eif.'!,.E,.g vfmy stii sl R!!!-Mm hIh:"nf.MulH1p 'A f IPI ia. iswlfl ,I -IN' I Hia, 1 Illgq l: , .- V F' ,arhlaigqhuuy U11 41 I J 3 l lx 57" "HL A 'L ' L U D F ' il llllll " 'r' ' It ' "II: N W1 Q 'F I Yfj . -L -' . I 1 1.g.l,4l2 IL, - N ' i'. 51, ,WI ""' r , j'g,. I :rx LL! n w..4:l,,,,-,5 I 151 .11 A pg 'Ke 0, I I F 44 . I . . I I If A -7 3- 5 , inmnlll ll x,x 1 "."I:vv- 1,1451 K' ,Ax 'QI I, L f gl 5. IN 5l,.4 ' ' 1' - .J"Ql:,1',Q0 Q 1' X172 Nw If "' i" I -fi' ffl--xG'3"f-if 0-3 I A Q - ' ,L ' . - - '.,451f57 ,gh ' 'I' "A, IZ 3".1' . 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M , gifs 1 5 Trade Mark Patented - 110.71151 Phones: B U T T E R Service and Garfield 1273 Quality Main 2142 Pure, Yvholesome, Pasteurized Unexcelled Wholesale Dealers and Distributors of Eggs, Cheese, Lafd, COIIlD0llIld--0l60 Home Killed Meats and Poultry WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Smith 86 Picard fSu CCBSSOF S to Dallenbach BIOS., P o r lc P a c lc e r s FROM THE FARM TO YOU DIRECT Phones--Main 13 Garfield 1121 Six llumlrvd Ninety-Utrvc ESTABLISHED 1902 mile glllienza Stuhius Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky. COLLEGE PORTRAITURE EXCLUSIVELY A firm of Photograph- ers of nation wide repu- tation, specializing in College work and oier- ing Faculties and Stu- dent bodies unusual rates on Standard in- dividual photos. Sittings made in Soror- ity and Fraternity Houses, College Halls and Dormitories PROFESSIONAL DEPARTMENT GEO. LAUNER, Chief Operator. F. D'ALBRET. Managing Directoax Respectfully Submitted to interested organizations. MAIN DISTRIBUTING STUDIO 2405-7-9 N. Capitol Avenue INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Songs of the South Campus IV WHY DO I HATE YOU? Last night, when I was waxing Poetical about the moon, And just on the point of asking you One question, You looked into my eyes And smiled And said, "Ain't nature grand ?" That's why I hate you. Robt. Schmidt The Costumer Furnishes Costumes and Wigs for all Schools, Colleges, University, Street Parade, Pageants, Mask Ball, Etc. Throughout the Country at Reasonable Prices. 206 and 208 S. 4th St. ST. LOUIS, MO. "If you get it at Sclzmidt's its Right" Six Hundred Ninety-fou Jf0ffF Ef Wvrlwa E9 BOONE FYI-MG FE wwf 'SWF' PUBLISHERS PRINTERS BINDERS 200 212 PINE S 7' ST LOUIS M0 2' zg fM Q, TRADE SPECIALTIES , Q, "' 'K TRADE smzcmmss Y K 541535 6574U0fI'E'0?5' 3 EQAJWQQ 2 ...E LMJWBGGK 7727255 i QUWQUWQ flvm-:XER 'ii Qmgwwg 0694388 553 0555295 a n v 041,32-zzzvzamew vcoszwom Www f X Qmwm MQW? qw f gl - - QA, fx E ,Q S llll000VXX' ' X- 'r sf-'xx iQ K Lo se E WYTPEQSQW I ,. .' 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' X ,T-I, - '--,M Z' --, --"X :Hx Inu1IIIIn1I11n1unuuuuwumuunnummununuunnmunlm fx' mf: 'i L A 1 illin- '- X rf a f: .- "1 4 -5.5-fzig3-geX-'- 'S 4 S II d IN 1111 HAZEN S. CAPRON First National Bank Bldg. AGENT NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of Milwaukee, Wis. ROTH'S HARDWARE THE WINCHESTER STORE 28 Main St. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. DR. R. W. HULETT Eye, Ear, Nose 8a Throat 304 Illinois Bldg. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. Gar. 1245-Main 408 CALL SMITH 8z COMPANY FOR DISTILLED WATER ICE Good Service and Honest Treatment PLANT CHAMPAIGN AND URBANA PARKER PRICES P L EAS E Rug Cleaning Sizing Picture Framing Kirsch Curtain Rods Window Shades J. F. Parker 86 Son 109 W. Elm St. URBANA Main 199 Garfield, 1241-Bell 24. C. A. TUCKER, Mgr. The Alexander Lumber Company and Retail numnnnunululmmnmnnuunmu 368 N. Walnut Street Lumber, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Glass and Mill Work Six Hundred Ninety rc 9 I-------HH -B--U Z---I - R gl ,pdlw fr I , X 9 4 - E 'x li Xxx? mi 5 . -1 M f - u I ' .' .-Y. ifPl5.i51i-If-'Wig ..: :fa-'welnf 1 , 1-.5-.1,".:,, .gy-gp, .4-"5..,-.g..1-a--.gm : ALfff'zaS1gf4Z:gafenH 2 : e , 2 2' 'Z-:ra 3 ':z:J5l4f'f' 1 I 'al 11, -Y .162 aint... : 2 . !.6fA1aa7QW , : ' .,qglvilr.c4 I: .A : -' "v 'nL x - 1 F- -----.. ' .- : in 7-' jg 5 . pg ' 53,1 Q' : , 'til L, '- I SUPREMACY For the past fifteen years the Educa- tional Department of the Bureau of Engraving, Inc., has been collecting a vast fund of information from the ex- periences of hundreds of editors and managers of Annuals. This data covering organization, financ- ing, advertising, construction, selling and original features has been systematically tabulated and forms the subject matter for our series of reference books. 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York U ' S A etaI Tim HAl.l.MAIilC STANDARD Srssr Oi FICE EQUIPNIFNT A , BOOK INDEX Beta Theta Pi ,......,.............. 354-355 Bethany Circle ........................., ............... 5 65 Board of Trustees ..,........... ............... 1 9 Bowling, Women ...........,... ............... 1 96 Boxing Class ............,...... ............... 3 28 Bunker Bean .................,.... .....,........ 2 42-243 Bushnell Guild ...,....,..........,. ............,. 4 14-415 C Cadet Hop ..,................................................,...,.... 263 Campus Societies ..,.................,..................... 520-566 Centro Literario Espanol .................. 585 Chapman, "Slooey" ...................,................ 158 Cheer Leaders ...,.....,.....................,.... ......,.., 2 80 Chemical Club ...........,,............. ............... 5 52-553 Chi Beta .,................... .............. 4 16-417 Chi Omega .......... ............... 4 42-443 Chi Phi ......,...........,.................... ............... 3 84-385 Chi Psi .......,.....,.......,...................... ,.............. 3 86-387 Chi Theta .........,.....,.....................,..... ....,.......... 4 60-461 Chicago Scene Section ............. Chicago Senior Section .......... Acacia .......,.....,., ..,..,................... 3 64-365 Achoth .............,......,............,.......................,..,.,...... 458-459 Ade, George ..........................,.............................. 154 Adelphic Literary Society .......,.......... 526-527 Administrative Section ..............,..........,. 17- 25 Advertisements ........................................,.... 605-699 "Ag" Glee Club ...........,.................,....,............. 272 Agricultural Club .......,.................................. 550-551 Agriculturist, The Illinois .................. 221 Alethenai Literary Society ,................. 528 Alpha Chi Omega ....................................... 440-441 Alpha Chi Rho ..........,..................................... 396-397 Alpha Chi Sigma ...,.....,... ,..,......... 4 90-491 Alpha Delta Phi ..........,.. ....,........ 3 78-379 Alpha Delta Pi ......................... ............. 4 52-453 Alpha Gamma Delta ............. ,.......... 4 56-457 Alpha Gamma Rho ......,..... .,........... 4 12-413 Alpha Kappa Kappa .............. .............. 5 10-511 Alpha Kappa Psi .................. ........,.,... 4 87 Alpha Omicron Pi ........... ....,........ 4 50-451 Alpha Rho Chi .............. ..........,.. 4 92-493 Alpha Sigma Nu ............ .. .............. 190 Alpha Sigma Phi .......... ,.,.., ...........,. 3 7 0-371 Alpha Tau Omega ............. ............. 3 48-349 Alpha Xi Delta ................................,............... 444-445 Alpha Zeta .....................................,...................... 480-481 Alumni Association .................. 144-145 American Society of Engineers ...............,....,..,.................. 555 American Association of Engineers ....,.................,.....,.......... 558-559 Anubis ...............,................................... ........,.... 4 26-427 Archery, Women ....................................,.....,.. 198 Artillery Corps .....,................,......................... 232 Association of Cosmo olitan P Clubs .................................................. .422-423 Athenean Literary Society ............,.. 529 Athletic B'oard of Control .......,.......... 275 Athletics Men ................,.,..,..,........,...,..,....,..,.. 273-304 Athletics: Minor and Ima-Muralszi-336 Athletics, Women I .....,..,..,..,......................,. 188-200 B Baseball ...,.,.................l.......................................... 293-302 Baseball, Freshman Varsity ............ 322 Baseball, Intra-Mural Champions333 Baseball, Southern Trip ....,................ 302 Baseball, Varsity Team .....................,...., 293 Baseball, Women .........,................................... 194 Basketball ....,..,..............,...........,...................,..,.. 315-320 Basketball, Freshman Varsity ......... 323 Basketball, Independent Cham- pions ..........,..,.....,.......................,..,....... 334 Basketball, Intra-Mural Cham- pions ................,.......,.....,.........,............. 334 Basketball, Varsity Team ..........,....... 315 Basketball, Women ....................................... 195 Beta Alpha Psi ..........,..................................... 502 Beta Delta Si ma .............. ....,........ 3 92-393 Beta Gamma gSigma .,.......... Sim llimdrfd Nimftql-oiiozlf .................125-126 .................119-124 .424-425 Chinese Students' Club .........,.............,.. Civil Engineering Society .................. 554 Clark, "Patsy" .......,...............,........................ 279 Club Latino-Americano ........................ 536 Co-Ed Carnival ............................................. 244-245 Co-Ed Comeback Carnival Mount157 Comitatus ............................................................ 541 Commencement ...................,......................... 127-128 Commerce Club .............,..,... .,........ 5 45 Congregational House ..............,,.............. 560-561 Cosmopolitan Club .....,................................. 422-423 Council of Administration .................. 18 Cross Country Team ................................. 326 D Dean Babcock ........................ 21 Dean Ballantine ................ 23 Dean Clark ...................... .......... 2 3 Dean Davenport ........... 21 Dean Day ..,,.......,................ ...... 2 4 Dean Eycleshymer ............... 25 Dean Mason ............................ 24 Dean Moorehead ........... 25 Dean Richards .........., ......... 2 2 Dean Thompson ............ 22 Debating Teams ............. 255-256 Delta Alpha Omega ........... ............... 4 66 Delta Gamma .............,..................... 448-449 Delta Kappa Epsilon .............. 360-361 Delta Phi ...,.....................,............. ......,....... 4 10-411 Delta Pi .......................................... .............. 4 30-431 Delta Sigma Delta ............... 518-519 Delta Sigma Phi .........,... .............. 4 08-409 Delta Sigma Rho .......... ............... 5 01 Delta Tau Delta ................ ,........,.... 3 38-339 Delta 362-363 Upsilon ,..,.......,... ..............................,..... E Electrical Engineering Society ...... 556-557 Eta Kappa Nu ,.,.........,. ....... ,................,,........ 4 7 0-471 F OOK Farm House ..........,....,........ ............. 4 94-495 Fencing, Varsity .......... ,..... ............. 3 2 9 Floricultural Club .......................,.........,..... 543 Follies .......,............................................,................ 183 Football .................................................... .......,......281-292 Football, Class Champions .......,.......... 333 Football, Conference Standing ......... 283 Football, Freshman Varsity ..,............ 321 Football, Varsity Team ........................ 281 Fraternities, Honorary and Professional .................................... 467-520 Fraternities, Social ...................,................ 337-432 Freshman Class Officers ...,.................... 136 Freshman Commission, Women ...... 186 Freshman Committees ............... I .............. 262 A G Gamma Alpha ....................... Pair of Queens .........................,...................... Gamma Epsilon Pi .......,.. Gamma Phi Beta ................... Gamma Sigma Kappa ............ Gamma Sigma Pi .................. Geneva Club ....,........,......,.... Gill, Harry .........................,.........,...,.. Girl's Glee Club .............................. .......,....,472-473 .............454-455 .............428-429 Gregorian Literary Society .................. 534 H Harding, Albert A ........,...,........... Heroes of By-Gone Days ...... .159 Hockey, Women .............,............................... 192-193 Homecoming, The Victory .................. 149-168 Homecoming, Committee. .,.... .. Homecoming, General Staff ............... 149 Home Economics Club ............... Honor Commisslon ..................... Honor Commission, Women Honorary Society Elections ...,........... 142 Hopkins, Cyril G ..........,................................ 30 Horticulture Club ...........,.....................,........ 544 Huff, G ......................................... ............ 2 77-273-158 I Illini Board of Trustees .......................... .209 .............548-549 Illini Hall ............................................. Illini Staff ..................................... ............. 2 10-214 Illinois Agriculturist .......,...... ....,,....,... 2 21 Illinois Chemist .......,.,....,...,.,.., ,,..... .... . . .222 Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois Ma azine ....... , ............................,.,... g 220 Union ..........................................,........ 137-140 Union Dance Committee...264 Union Officers ..............,..,............ 138 Illiola Literary Society .......................... Illio St Ilus ................,.....,.................,............,, aff .........,..,..,..,....,..,....,.......... .531 ............. 215-218 ........,....418-419 29 In Memoriam .................................... ............. In the Illini Tank ...,.,,.............,..................... 330 Interscholastic ........................................,.,..... 169-176 Intersch Intra-M olastic, Managers .......,............ .164 ural Athletics .............................. 321-336 "' 1, 'I llyiif "" ' 5 I'-l . .wr , 1,-,1 x..l,l.,. INDEX .17 J James, President Edmund Janes.. Jamesonian Literary Society ......... 530 Jiu Jones, Junior Junior Junior Junior Kappa J ltsu Team ....,.,..............,..................,.....,. 329 K Ralph R .............. I ..............,................... 278 Class Committees .........,........... 130 Class Officers ................................. 129 Popularity Section .................. Prom ..................................,................... Alpha Theta .................................... 131-134 258-259 4.34-435 Kappa Kappa Gamma .................,......... 438-439 Kappa Pi ..........................................,........,........... 462-463 Kappa Psi ........................... ..,..,.......... J ................ 5 14-515 Kappa Kinley, Ku Sigma ...................................................... 342-343 Acting President David... 20-154 Klux Klan ......................,....,.................... 521 L Lake Geneva Club .............. .......... 5 64 Lambda Chi Alpha ............ ...................... 3 90-391 Lambda Tau Rho .......................................... 525 Le Cercle Francais ...,..........,....,...........,....... 537 Lowden, Governor Frank O ............. 154 ' M Marine Club .......,...................... ............,. Mask and B'auble ............. Ma-Wan-Da .................... May Fete .....,...................... Memorial Service ............ Menorah Society ....,...... Military Ball .............. Military Section ........... Mortar-Board .................,.... 562-563 246-247 31 538-539 Music ................................................ .............. u N 223-236 32 265-272 Nu Sigma Nu ................................ ...,.......... 5 08-509 O Omega Beta Pi ........................ ............,. 4 96-497 Omicron Nu .............................,.... ............... 5 05 Oratory and Debate ........,..... .............. Organizations ........................... .............. P Pan-Hellenic Council .......... Pan-Hellenic Council, Women ......... 433 Panorama of Chicago Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi 237-256 337-566 237-241 Game ....,....... 161 Beta Pi .....,................................................... 506-507 Chi ....,......................,...................................... 512 Delta Phi ............ ,..,... . ...... 4 74-475 Delta Theta ........... .............. 3 46-347 Gamma Delta ,.....,...... .............. 3 60-361 Kappa .........,.......,........ .....,........ 382-383 Kappa Psi ................... ...,.......... 3 58-359 Kappa Sigma .................. ...,., f ....... 3 44-345 Kappa Tau ............................. ............,. 3 98-399 Lambda Upsilon .............. .............. 4 76-477 Rho Sigma ........................ .............. 5 16-517 Seven Hundred - I - ' A ,, 1 1 i BOOK Phi Sigma Kappa .............,..,...................... 374-375 Phillipine Illini .....,..,............... ,.,...............,.,... 5 66 Philomathean Literary Society ...... 532-533 Pi Beta Phi ......................,..,..........,.................... 436-437 Pi Delta Epsilon ............................................. 485 Pi Kappa Alpha ....,.......,. ........... 4 00-401 Pi Pi Rho ..........,................ .......,... 4 20-421 Pi Tau Sigma ........,..... ........... 4 99 Pierrots ..,...................... ..,..,..... 2 48-249 Psi Omega .,..................... ,.......... 5 13 Psi Upsilon ......,.,................, ........... 3 76-377 Popular Coaches ,............. ........,.. 2 77-279 Popular Juniors ...................... ........... 1 31-134 Popular Professors .....,..,... ......... 2 6- 28 Popular Seniors ................ ......... 3 6- 40 Post Exam Jubilee ............. .....,..,.. 2 52-254 Post War Autumn .......,.... ,.,........ . 148 Publications .....................,...... ,........ . .204-222 R Relay Carnival, The Third Annual ..,.........................,...,.,.......... 311-313 Relay Team, One Mile ....... ............313 Republican Club ............................ ............ 5 42 Riiie Team at Practice ............. ............ 2 34 Roast Section. ,...........,...............................,..... 567-605 R. O. T. C ..........................................,............,.. 223-236 R. O. T. C., Cadet Odicers ............ 226-231 S Sachem .......................................... Scabbard and Blade ............ ............467 478-479 Scarab ............................................... ....,....... 5 00 Scene Section ........,..........,................. ......... 1 - 16 Schuettner, Arthur J .............. ..........,. 2 79 Senior Ball Committee .......... ............ 2 57 Senior Bo's Parade ....................................... 152 Senior Class Committee ..............,.,.......... 34- 35 Senior Class Officers ....................,............ 33 Senior Council, Advisory to the Dean of Women ...,.,.................,... 180 Senior Popularity .............,...................... 36- 40 Senior Section ......,......................................... 41-124 Seniors, Chicago Department ......... 119-124 Seniors, Urbana Departments ......... 33-118 Sigma Alpha Epsilon .,............................ 352-353 Sigma Alpha Mu .......................................... 404-405 Sigma Chi .............,................. ........... 3 40-341 Sigma Delta Chi ....... ............ 4 83 Sigma Kappa ...................,..... ........... 4 46-447 Sigma Nu .....................,....,............ ........... 3 56-357 Sigma Phi Epsilon ............... ........... 4 02-403 Sigma Phi Sigma ............. ........... 4 06-407 Sigma Pi ................,............... ..,.,...... 3 68-369 Sigma Tau ..,,................,.... .,.......... 4 82 ..........233 Signal Corps ........................... .. Siren' ...........................,........................ .... ...... Skull and Crescent .................... ....,...... 219 522-523 ions ..,...........,,........ 335 Soccer, Class Champ Sophomore Class Officers ....,...... Sophomore Cotillion Sophs and Frosh Battled .............. Sororlties ..,..,......... .......... ................,.... . ...... . . Seven Hundred Om' ..........135 ..........155 433-466 INDEX Spring, 1919 ...................,..,....,..................,.......... 147 Star Athletes, Women .............................. 199 Stage, Oratory and Debate ......,..... 237-256 Star Course ...... ,.,.............,............................... 2 50-251 Student Council of Women's League ......... ,..... ..............,............... 1 8 0 Swimming, Varsity Team .................. 327 Swimming, Women Tau Beta P1 ....................,,..... ...,....,... 4 68-469 Tau Kappa Epsilon ...,.......... ............ 3 80-381 Tennis, Women ............,.... ............. 1 97 Theta Chi ......................... ............ 3 94-395 Theta Delta Chi ...,.,,.,...... ....,...,... 3 66-367 Theta Phi Alpha .........,.. ............ 4 64-465 Theta Sigma Phi ........................ ..,.......... 4 84 Theta Tau ...............,..,.,,...................................... 498 Track .........................,..........,..................,.,....,.....,... 303-310 Track, Freshman Varsity .......... .324 Track, Intra-Mural ..................................,.... 336 Track, Varsity Team ...,........... ............. 3 03 Triangle .................................,... ...,......., 4 88-489 Tribe of Illini ....................... ............. 2 74 U U. L. A. S .......................................................... 520 U. of I. Military Band ........................ 265-267 University Glee Club ................................. 270 University of Illinois Board of Trustees ......,.,.......,......................... 19 V Vanity Fair ...........,.................... ................. 2 01-208 W Where Championships are Made 276 Women's Athletics ..................................,. 189-200 Women's Athletic Association ..,....,. 190 Women's Athletics, Sport Man- agers .....................,.,........,..................... 189 Women's Cosmopolitan Club ............ 540 Women's League ...................,..,.....,.......... 178-182 Women's Residence Hall ...,.............. 546-547 Women's Section .................................,..... 177-200 Women's Welfare Committee .......,.... 182 Wrestling, Varsity .........................,.......... 328 Y Yo Ma ...,................,......,................ ............. 5 24 Y. M. C. A ......,..,.............,....... ............ 1 42-143 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ........., .......,..... 1 43 Y. M. C. A. Officers .........,........ ............. 1 42 Y. W. C. A ................,...................................... 185-187 Y. W. C, A. First Cabinet ,.....,.... ....... 1 85 Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet ............ 186 Z Zeta Beta Tau ........................ ............ 3 88-389 Zeta Psi ........,......,..........,....... ...,........ 3 72-373 Zuppke, Robert C .......... ............. 2 77 f ,r 2 x , . 1 v F M V w V In J V ',-'f w QM :9 I. -1 ,-'I 11 .vm M . gr H i -1' fury, A.. , , x, 12,13 , , 1 X . . w 3 N , , ' I n N , ,L ,W , , . , X 1 '1 X Y , ,. ,. , X , , , , ' .


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