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The ' f best wishes of the entire student if I5 body follow him wherever he may go. ij . I l fi' if in fp A I Twenty-five y ' VA r 1 9:6 1.3 5 1 24 I 1 1 9TI:1I-l1622 ILLlOA 1'-222.2252-f-999229 I f-x '- -W -DC F 'W' 'ff W '14 In If X 1 2 K 111611120 v A V nil: CAD W BC N-f M 22 D 1 Z5 vvv EV' "' ' 1125115 J-1319 1921 O Y ll Rae sw Bra cp 1921 af, Dao t5iCCfzau9 1921 1' Ueuuie may Dittmau 1922 Georgeehgieveus 1925 W Unfian fDevIin 1920 -1 JIoui5e Qcliiessefmen 1920 5 Evangeline l'jLmJT15mifTz 1920 A1 1. 13,7 " lj Q1 An D 1 X V D K 32 D Q A P DQ 5. , , EB T J ,- FX 1 , Tummy-six L I N. L Pl.. .- 4 .Rpm 1622 ILLIQQ 311' EI! Ig .u 1 A gf. K , 'THE Ivmzezssnmmnmrw Q ' :ie M 5396 101 93 W L l 4 v"' ' 9? i 35 N 1 Va + 5 I 1 1 1 e 1 DAVID KINLEY 5? President of the University I W 11 m 1 13 W ' ' I . wen ' 8eve 11 -V 'M Y Y T ty 'I . - . ., 1 - - 'V ff - . . , H " fAfffff"f1lu4f'l A A 'Full 'P - " ' 'RIVER ' -we 'TI-121922 -MDL AY 41, : , , Cn Y IV? ti ini Ja 1,- I, ,I 4 . L i-4 I I I .L-1 ig . M Li Q 9 sy , r 1 5. BOARD or TRUSTEES lv F2 MEMBERS Ex-OFFIOIO fl The Governor of Illinois gi HON. LEN SMALL . . . . ...... springfield qs I I 1 I ll The Superintendent of Public Instruction pi Q HON. FRANCIS G. BLAIR . ...... Springfield ELECTED MEMBERS Q Term, 1917-1923 A Q K I WILLIAM L. ABBOTT . Q. . . 72 West Adams, Chicago KY h OTIS W. HOIT . . ....... Geneseo N A if MARY E. BUSEY . . . . .... . . Urbana A Term, 1919-1925 E IOHN M. HERBERT ......... Murphysboro A 1 CAIRO A. TRIMBLE .......... ' Princeton . I Q MARGARET DAY BLAKE . . 25 E. Walton Place, Chicago F I ' Term, 1921-1927 I I , LAURA B. EvANs , , , , , , , . . Taylorville , I DR. WILLIAM L. NOBLE . . . Chicago LJ ,BF HELEN M. GRIGGSBY .......... .Pittsfield 5 . AH' A by OFFICERS OF THE BOARD H r l 9121-1922 I WILLIAM L. ABBOTT, Chicago . . . . President R , A HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, Urbana . . Secretary Kr Q5 'A. M. BURKE, Champaign .... . Treasurer E E LLOYD MOREY, Urbana ..... . Comptroller QUE Q Twenty-eight . . v I ' 1 59' 1 N WML 1.921122 A A ,,,...E.e..s-,,eH4R'gQQ'+ 1 V N-y .,:- -- W ' -.v- -..- - - . .. 53 9-M A UTI-lI7,l92?lLLlO0 1: so an W lvl Ei: W EE X M I 4 .4 ssl V i ll g l E5 113 A123 ' fir' H g' H SU2 E? N1 Si 57 lb' ' A i il il l 1 In F lg .am N4 1 9 QP gl . 1 N Zll ,f DEAN 'I'IIoMAs Altlilili CLARK I K... T110 Helm of Mm, lil ll I 4 CD , . . . . N ll yy luven in an institution as large as thc ,gg , '1 .... . . . . . V'-3 University ot Illinois it IS possible to give gg some sympathetic regard to the individual, Q to know how and where he lives and with f 4 whom he associates, to have time to listen , l to his particular problem and to help him I i A to solve it. It has been my particular busi- l lk 4 ,J ness to try to make living conditions in and L51 about the University as wholesome as pos- Vg sible and to try to help every man in the Y El ' undergraduate body to become a thorough- ! I Q ' , ly good citizen. . A l ' P' q rw . L . A . ,V V, sz s Q, , 1 Ltr- I 1 tru sis sa GQ eh . , .3 K in 'Al ill 'LQ 'l'u'4'nl11-nina 'xii' X ' ' A, A , ,Y N- 55 ,,-, , " . 4, ' ,.-.. . W- .igg.-,-:,.--g, . ,-N ,J ,,.,, '- --'- -V - fr' ks - s - rw - .L yi - gqfQn.- ., -f -swiss-yr .f QL 4- . . ANQEEA .-,....,c-1!lQ-L e - r A v " f 22 . Q- ' T 'S if E' S " ' ' - -Q--fa -E :ff--'lm-N DTI-IL 1922 1LL1o 115'Pvff-s- - . SM--vsvw., ,Q ' ' ' w W O W li pt THE DEAN OF WOMEN. n 3 . . Pia The standard of the social life of any L-I community is no higher than that of its f - women. The 2302 women students enrolled at the University of Illinois make the social ' standard of the 9493 enrolled students. f' To do her part well, each woman must 1 strive to be "cultivated and disciplined in mind, superb in physique, gracious and ,xl courteous in manner, unselfish, honest, self- y controlled, and tolerant." It is the ultimate P92 aim of the work of the Dean of Women to P" help every woman on the campus to ap- , l proach thisiideal. To this end the Dean 1, , of Women IS accessible to every under- , graduate woman at any time, any day l throughout the year, for any need, and """"' seeks a personal acquaintance with each L individual woman student in order that gf ga she may serve her interests best. gg me ' ' V l ll ll DEAN MASON A Q i f THE ASSISTANT DEAN OF MEN. W 1 I I l .. if X45 .A I count it a great privilege to have spent a while in Dean Clark's office. There is the place where the seeming harshness P n of a great, impersonal University is A l counteracted by Dean C1ark's real affection ' ', for the individual man. He wants to know I 1' , and is willing to help every one of them. L 407' 5. 'i lf r wi lg gl lg rm P51 l :Q l. . js iid l E22 Q5 fb I Q QD Q DEAN GARMAN U U 'Ai Thirty r 1 , 2 ear: s A s- 7 i,m,..... Evgen, HH ,V W. . ., .QV . f 1 A .X . .Q-n':S..' ' 4 . ,F gm ig52g m,04, Ye .N 31 f k 1 I i If M E6 ' H gig f. I1 ly r 61 r vii. ' Q S9 W S2 , . gi' f .W Y I I , 1 , ij A- lf? 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The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the central liheralizing division of the University. it sets itself' the task ui' serving three groups of students: KU E ini Ei! iii' SI 9 I 1 l i P lf, 'if W r ul r 'ir' H A an is 5. those who are registered in the College, to QD the number of 2,5155, who will obtain here Q6 both their general and specialized training for the A.li. degree with a wide range of' fx major subjects from the classics through history and botany to economic entomology P and journalism, fill those students who seek preliminary training for professions A such as medicine, law, and chemistry, and ' fill those students registered in other col- 1 legcs who must take their fundamental work in English, mathematics, and chemis- L5 try in this College. lVlorc than one-hall' lg ol' the burden ol' teaching in this College 500 arises from the third group. Similarly W the work done by students in the Graduate School is under the direction in very large I part, ol' the Faculty ol' the College ol' Lib- 1 eral Arts and Sciences in such departments as chemistry, English, Zoology, and mathe- matics. K U Z r C . - , I Gb f AJQQJ gl: il til 7'llfl'f!l-fllllf n.'. i Q.: Zf?'lii'l'w" 'i,.,' .. iff: fQQj"'fFi1' - 6-gr ' f 1 ipsgq,-AAQ -,-14 .QC-, '-Qufviiiffi ""'f.wf1g,f .' 'if' 1,f"i"sf"lf WPA ':L'!-.aim di vi y-.... 3-fwggf ----5--f A --'T-'W V-yn-1--.L --,, .., M. f v ,-, Wu, ,Y r. 1. Iv u Y QTuL192Q1LL1o0 'YI QW if .1 '1 Sz, WI '1 k I 4 fab Q H: A ii 5, 1 I 1 ki Z5 QQ I J Q 93 U 552 1 A :eg H 1 3 EZ 9? pa CLIE an ik 'A' 'l'hirl ll-GDN? gf? I 'T 'rlws - -my--wx '11 ,fi-14-in : HE if kg" .Q-c' U .5 ' ws' . Q I '44 V 1 2 1 4 4 -x.. 512' 4 ,az 3? l e ' Y ' 351111-1 i62Q ILLlO KW! is N I KW! 542 'l- ,z H gi 5 1 , by i, 1 ,I Kg Q? sa .N J, ii I' If hw 10: U61 W 52 ix A K' Us , 4. . 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I ll l A l I 4 p I Ili gi 512 34 r ' YI ' I I, 2 ll ' 1 W I in F W x1 Zi 'TIM N 1 ' DEAN C. R. RICHARDS ' ' it I ll THE COLLEGE or ENGINEERING. if The College of Engineering and the H l ,f Engineering Experiment Station of the in - University of Illinois occupy a distin- - 4 Q guished position among American colleges L. hp og' tefchnolorgy. The former is ranked among QD Y ' t e Irst t ree or our institutions of its ty kind in the character of its work, the suc- fi' cessfal achiexgementis of graduates, and 1 in t e num er o stu entsg the latter P 1 stands first among the agencies main- f 1 tained by educational institutions for in- , dustrial research and the dissemination of I K 1 knowlecilgelg Since thie lindustrial develop- I ment 0 t e tate an t e Nation has been i stimulated through the efforts of the gradu- y l All ates of the College of Engineering and the Ll ,N results of scientific investigations conduct- ,W -19, ed by the Engineering Experiment Station, ff: 1 It Is believed that the public will approve 7 lx' the efforts of the University to strengthen' 'fl I and still further develop the work of these , agencies. N p Q . H K. 11 U. S Zi L1 Y E' if: ' :fa Q . 'II yig Tlliffll-fillht gn ---Tai T- W , Ye ..-,'E,.-. f , ,Q We - Y .IIS JL. 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' H,-H- - L ' , ,,.,,.4 K, , Q ,,,..vvf f ' .,,..:'f':.f"""' f4fnQW'3'-"f?ff'i -vw ' 1 4 W , lf.-'L"..'f'-ai "",g'WqM-maxi' Awami -'Q"'a.Q5 A ' ' ' .QAKIVKQ -WAR . - Q A' l K! cfzzwffm -H Yj.-W Y ' H , -LW: Qlbu- , ' f ' 1-V V W 4 - Q , ' ., f Q A Y. ,V . if ,l X in . J i J -1 in 1. 'if . Y L b-L I I ' ' ' ,f' 'fi V ' ' " 'J 'V E: U A " Y ll' " A "1f'5N?i"""f""f' ' - - - OT!-lL 1922 ILLIO HQ'-5W9'N-,-a-1-9+ f ---CQ ' 'el ' li? lil .E .E Ee! 5-H .VI . si A x i A I I v i A is LQ Q23 ni' rl .W ' l l Y 1 l r I in if Q 3' rn rn DEAN C. M. THOMPSON .. gg THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE. K ! The College of Commerce and Business W I Administration is concerned primarily in b 4 F, developing prospective business executives. A Q l To that end students in this college are re- F I QD quired to divide their time among funda- W mental business subjects, technical sub- Y-'Q iects, and the Imore liberal subjlectsdsucih as anguage, mat ematics, natura an p ysi- 1 cal science, and the social sciences. Each Q student is grounded in economics and F finance, in accountancy and statistics, in A ' , business law and business administration. . I In addition he must specialize somewhat 1 1 in the particular field in which his chief , , interest lies. Students in the foreign com- ' 1 J merce curriculum, for example,.g1ve atten- ig., lb? tion to the prlnclples and technique of for- 'YH elgn trade, to history, to modern languages, r- lv to diplomatic procedure and practice, and nd to international law. Such a scheme, it is 1 expected, will assist each graduate to suc- ' ceted both as a business man and as a N Cl lzen. :F K ' 3 E2 L21 ' gg I 1 in ' ' 'M ' A" Forty-aio: y' 1 lr O C, is E O I - ' V ' " r ' 1 - V' i - 'T W ' ""F ' ' Y T , . A v?,h-,, ,A .1,-mxisgwbf ?':ez:enmmS.a-.z.Q:r.,. - MCSE, - 4 - Qfggibgglmgg "Ln x 'VI 55 Q' N .N.. , 5,1 lfglwh, 14' :X L 1 , ffl + 1-4 . ,ma 5. A ix V A P K fi ,. V4 1 . w F4 if S91 262 Q V' U f PQ ig fs: ' ZS ' 51 14 F, ge? 1 '. 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' 'f 1 . 4 M., , - I - . .I ". -X - w,.I --' ' - IIIIIII ,II P91 N gfL'q.a5,. .I s--- Q ,f N -- II-f-gr II " I,I-,,r1.+3f:3gI:-1':.'xIII ,II, r "NL-III I, I I I '.1.6-77.,1,a.IgI.z9 1 . .pf - '1 -' 'rn , -rf - . all-.'-,II .f.':f'- IIII III I -r'1"!':,M.,2j v- I- W-.III M,-1 I , II I Iggy gt.. , ' w",-chi" ,, . . f .I.vW"P' " '- 1,--., -,v . 53, V 'D+ L f- '-mi ff- - -N" - ,I i wax.-,-M' mf- ' II A . I I- ' v .- 1 I. ' 0.Mcw.1m4f7f6' " 'Q' V I rerun Af.,-: , .14 fs:-2.-:Q -- , -5,.,,..cb'Id,,.,-u..-.f,,.,, 1 4 rl l- 4 an I I , MII VII 4, I A, , .. 4 A II A I - ' ' - Y - -,.:.v:,-L, W.. W , YY- , gf' - ..y......-......-.. .J N. ' 'ir-qvvLi','.i"iW":"1?'ss't'Fl T' 'E A E A I s"R'f"'P""'i T: ' GEL , L L-er A PM DTI-ll-L 1922 mio Q 4 1-sf-- L -L fig? lvl iv? 5. it 313 f FI! ::' I '-I r M . he A i 5 , 1 l '2 Ei 1 ,ds I I J V J In U V li, J bfi. 91? '55 T 3' Q ACTING DEAN JUDGE HARKER gg :La Q9 'Q THE COLLEGE OF LAW. '-3 K l The American law school is the best WI - possible nursery of legal education. The idea which once prevailed that the only M practical method of qualifying for the bar Qi was by reading in the ofhce of a practicing lawyer, has long since passed. Method of M instruction in the better schools of today ' '1 differs greatly from that which prevailed forty years ago. The case method has sup- F planted the text book method as a mode of A 4 study. . This Law School uses that method, , 4 3 and, wlth the better schools of the country, 1 L requires of candidates for a law degree 1 ,Al four lyears work in an accredited high . 1, schoo and two years of academic work in ,A some reputable college or university. Its Egg sa main purposes are the development of in- F! ix' tellectual powers and reasoning habitsg ,fl the acquisiiton of well-ordered knowledge of fundamental principlesg and the develop- r mentl of true professional character. n courses of substantive law the cur- "1 riculum is the same as that of the better ' 'H law schools of the American Association. E Q In procedure courses the local law is em- pl p phaslzcd, as most of the students expect to practise in Illinois. F f N . ' ' ' W " Ill hi Fifty Z!! :Li 'QTY' AQ.-- .L Q-3 J Y Y ' Jw A. Y Y YW ii' - 'V A 5 ' I r - 7 " . :L,i3E.f94a'r-'la.'sa'f,g:E1'Qm,-Qi up i 331650 ' --rm---.-CD AZ: 40? Jflllll E522 1LLioQ H' 9 ,, ZS: gs f P? 1 ' 1 F4 , fi as 3k .QE 9? Q 5 ag nf ki l 'I ' I . at if bw- 14 A 1: - Hx 1 - ' ,M fi A Fifty-one I l lk L r " -" - n - T., --N " I M-I - -I r ' ' ' V " 'fx EL rf f 11ffsf2Q 9W.Lg?-E3:Q 1m A i V A , s Jypmijggmlol. w ..- Fa, hw an 51 'ly 9 9 .FJ-N , . 1 ,I . f i l f F I A kr v I . I of i f if . . V4 1 1 DEAN C. E. CHADSAY The need for university trained men and women who have secured specific profes- sional training for work in the teaching profession was never felt more keenly than it is today. The College of Education has been organized to meet the steadily increas- ing demand for professionally trained educators who have had the advantage of a university background. The recognition of education as a profession comparable to that of medicine and law necessitates increased professional opportunities. City super- intendents and high school principals are assured that their prospective teachers if graduates of the College of Education have not only the professional training but the academic preparation fundamental to effective teaching. Boards of education look to the College of Education for the preparation of superintendents and principals. N Fifty-two N Q In E432 p a F 4 1 4 - 1 'Fw if N K . ii WP ii 'i 5 Q- I NV - - g f im - . A'7 V vi 47 Y . 1- .i . , . L '- .. m f . " " U V "7Y'xf-""'-"' ' ' as-sb-2:fD4f DTI-121922 uuo " a we-.. . . .qs fi 1 X W1 12 ' LQ fi' ff is Tiki W, ' W ., A A 1 Jimi, nl ' is i s .- ' -- an ALHznpgu., K4 Qs' 5' gg Pl V f L ' 1 L A 1 4 n F2 ra 'B Z4 '4 wi M NA QU l I ag .-L - .l tl ll 'N F4 Q3 Q QF! 7 'T W WE Fl ' I 4 ag gg DIRECTOR P. L. WINSOR FRANCIS SIMPSON SP2 Assistafnt Director . ki 1 N Q The University of Illinois Library, including the A . . P departmental and college libraries, buys and catalogs ' new books and keeps in order on the shelves about 450,- 4 l I 000 volumes, 100,000 pamphlets, besides sheet music, I t photographs, ngaps, etc.g this requires intelligent and . carefu work y a specially trained staff numbering , ' .U over fifty. Another obvious function of this staff is L' 13? to give assistance of varying kind and degree to gg in students and faculty. pf 'v 'Ilhe Library School trains college men and women W' for librarlanshipg over 300 have completed the two years course and received the B.L.S. degree, and as ' nany more have completed only one year of the course. These graduates and former students are found in Y ,H nearly every state, wvorkmg in public, college, univer- . W sity, normal school, high school, and business libraries. Q7 li pi Q hifi if fs Q2 at gk ' " J. S. CLEAVINGER H IAN Fifty-four lm I '1 v 1 'Elf 'T..Q ' if " 'E m9 ?fillif93D5 N3 'fi ,, . -L?-ith-se 7 L19 ,E GD' " ' "4346sr' " ' f 17 ff' 7' ' ' Y V--- . ..... . , V- -A .1 -A 'ff' - ,,5g61k.E2"'f" "" V Xi in . , :Le o'I'HQ1Q2Q 11414100 rt" . , , .- ,yi . W1 inn - S na 311 Ill SP Il Q 5 til i . li QQ: ' 5 - SI 'H i 5? rt ' K .l I 1 1 i ,114 512416-' 5"?", ' f"' i rzvuaus S3 tl al .6 ' ls. U F The School of r fl f Music has two , ' , functions. T h e 1 l , 1 first is to provide 1 trained teachers, 4 directors and per- M formers. The sec- H T ond of almost 5 r 155 equal importance gg is to bring to the W students- of the gi? QE' University Hthe W cu tura in uen- ' i ces of music. An . ZQ education which :Bl does not provide as 65 for leisure and bg soccialf enjoyment Q an or mspira- tion is only in i l plart an educa- tlon. The School L A pq of Music offers Q A, A, HARDING to the students M opportunity to Qlg Fei add thfese impor- tant eements to 'Z' 3 their professional gg Q a nud. vocational i 1 A 52?,2223i'f Semis Dmecron J. L. ERB A l courses b o t h l I theoretical a n d ' . practical, is open to all students of the University, and a consid- 4 J erable proportion receive credit toward their degree. Nearly one Li lg: hundred recitals of various kinds are given free every year, in- ,W 5-.1 cluding the weekly organ recitals and student and Faculty recitals, fi X, as well as the choral, orchestral and band concerts. It is the en- P deavor of the School of Music Faculty to cooperate in every legiti- 'f i r ate musical enterprise that affects the student-body in any way. . N 'H . ,YZ K , i , ' ' l di U MARY D. PHILLIPS 39 rp ,AQ 'Ll Fifty-five ,554 ' ii iffi r ' 1 - 1"7""':' :::5-lT' '75i'3'T Tf:.l':f.-- ff -, 1-A, .,- , ,,, , s , . ,y ji 9-. .li-2frf.jgfp3,,g1-.f i irifiiziv if' l 5 1""' 'v A 'T 'T A T t -N-4--C+,v-fs"--f 'T J --as if N - c DTI-121922 :moo '1'f2-'PW-so .- A - -- s-11-svssfetfi .E F :Ei 9 55 til N r N 53' - h : fy ,V ,, . X . ge- ' ' 5 ' g,J.lll!iiIfifii,in:i1fff:f" T 1 if 5'+e--S N U, ' I- f--- ff " - A.l..llwu'.L, V 1 ai U ' - i b xg' as at r 1 I I T l : f ' 4 In L., J 'Cab' ' ' P-14 p4 4 D I I al x x Six E it N 5 val Lf,-1 Kd P 1 f T H Vi P x l 4 3 I , I I ' Ll T J ACTING DEAN A. H. DANIELS ,, Q: fs Vg The Graduate School represents the organized efforts and resources of the Uni- versity for the purpose of giving opportunities for the most advanced study and for i the promotion of research. These two functions, however, are by no means separate, ' for the spirit of research is the life of graduate study. The ideal of graduate work N is one and the same for all graduate students. Some are fitting themselves for higher , teaching and administrative positions. Others are looking forward to careers in the up 5 fields of business, industry, engin- gy LS eering and the several professions. Zi ,., But all are educated in the meth- ral ods and materials of their subjects ' 56 so that they may become not only fn! 11 experts and authorities but also Q 1 independent workers in their chos- , , en fields. 1 - rp 'Xl 'At' Fifty-six ' 'Y 1 vig, 'HA , l bf" - A -. ' ' --.-y-vqpv 'N Qu. N ,Hgh g is of -i933-VQL.e5,iQK6Z .92w -,...QQi CE.553-.u:gQ.'-:u1.7-f-'I -' f- ,,M..,5-.g.1mv,M V ,-f H4220 L P , " ...., H. - , -... ,,, . -""' ff -. ., .... P ,.... .... :X : . V X- X, 1 N 1 1 .M .13 - A , Air .H-X f " if aTm1bnQ ff Hfws I' 'I Azz... .-,If , af L CMI'-W1 'I f 4, W,.+ .L:T?--:E.Jf1-i2I"Q'Efg'g I, A ,A . -w.w,I-my .M fy IYL Ia EF 31? Ki S1 Ah I E M L W 1 A . 1 , Li I4 5? gi: i , V I I4 I ' J K I ' I nl A 5-W H Q IM gs 635 Q2 N f' ' IW H SIEINTIIOR HYDNQRARY SQUCIETY gg Founded at University of Illinois 1912 ...I re "PH Zi AMEROSE ALLEN ARNOLD H WILLIAM STRUDWICK ARRASMITH R GLEN MONROE CROSBY F , I JOHN CLARENCE DEPLER I 1 L RALPH EMERSON FLETCHER A I ROBERT HARRY FLETCHER L1 rg. ELMER THOMAS JOHNSON 9. 1 - noi CLARENCE EDWARD KOHLER yi- i , WILLIAM FREDERICK LOCKWOOD 'H Y RALPH TOLIVAR MCQUINN E Y GEORGE ELLSWORTH MILNER X1 ' y JOHN SHEDD PRESCOTT . Q7 K ROBERT GARDNER TOLMAN EJ! 'ng CHARLES WINFIELD VAIL, JR. KENNEY ERNEST WILLIAMSON W JOHN HAWLEY WILSON M fp 'A' . Fif 211-seven VA! ' .4Ai Z ,': : Di- 'T' 1 fKCQ S3iQ?I5'4l1f-'g'5l"9"' eZT1iEi62Q ILLIDE RYA Mn BE if 3 .N fi , T Q Y ' ra M fs? - -N .... .- .... .... .... ,, ,E ,,,, U! 5? hi! . f if , j 1 u r E ! 'E 'MQEUARM BQARDQ I V f L L E 1 -f--- ---- '------ -V-4-----,---W -.-.-- -.- --.- -.- -.-. .-,- ,.-.-.---,.-.- , ,-,,-,-,.., ,, -.-ml I QP Q i SENIOR HONORARY SOCIETY Q FRANCES BEs'r ka HELEN BUCKLER Q ANNA CooLLEY ' IR Q HARRIE1' FERA W ' 4 ' ELIZABETH Hom' L 1 I RUTH HoovER I A ISABEL LosEE - 4 fi NELLIE MoN1En gp if STELLA SALvEsoN P9 P' THELMA STRABEL 'f f r MILDRED WELCH !i LOIS WINE ix , H K. H I7 if UU E M ' .' Fifty-eight ' ' Jfmiim 1LL1ol-f if 4 W' . if snmon cLAss orrrcnns ? A ,1 if Q 4.- Q Y 1 I l 1 'A ,gl is 1 ' 'V Egg- W R Q First Semester E Second Semester Q ,Aj President . . Q FRED I. TOUR'rELo'r HAROLD F. SADLER H B, Vice-President gg ESTHER E. BARNES ADDIE E. AMSBARY K I1 A Secretary W l JOSEPHINE M. BURNHAM ANNA COOLLEY at . Treasurer M E. DAVID BROWN JOHN N. Wmss H V' 5 334 W Y I f 1 1 I , vi, K' li? W 'f 1 f , A m 45 S D ' I bbq A Se I I 1 h 1 F fty AN if - i -nina ' ' L, 'f A., . W' Q -+- 'ff-Q' if ' f f f -WEEE .. ,v, ..'., C4r Hn12Q2Q woo A'f ' ' Eg QW 551 A Sf! gig 'KH :fi Fi 5 5 ,E z 'f P' 1 'E' -3, 51: M Al U 7 H 1 I J V Y Q 1-' ' 1: , G3 X., -" E4 7.11 7:14 rl --i ? E1 I1 'L if F? -x Q I5 'QQ 1 1 3 4 1 Lia ...- Ee Eff Bk ik W fp KE S i xt u Y t .W x I ' l Q1 10? Y'-1 ri ..., Q i ', ,X . 'L A I A 1 5 f r . ' ,Y ri if fi W ri' I4 L , I-Y 9 ' 1 M' gi ff n .,. L'A 1 v ' V WP H . im 11-one 7 1 - N 0- -esSmq,u., , , L 'NN F3 X- . . X fs' f "' L ...ffl-9,Lw.,i,--..Q , ku., ' G., ' W4 2 f k 5 A M .., IG! P 5 I 'A s ag X y' 4. . 659 x 1 - , A .J f W U u in fa 'Y i" 'A K ,U U 111 I 32 i ff- ahe if E 4 , Q yi? rp QT, Sixty-tu-a QS ' Ti F. fl W , Eff if QL, ' U .31 ll xf A l fw i2522 1Luo4 2? 97 ff I l M J: as FE il :gg 1 3 4 Ss F3 we if? Ei 53 iii Q R 5 Y. 1 Q I 1 , , -1 ld fx' ? 1 1 I 9 5 + Ei :fx EE my ,E Sixty-:hm N Lk k P S 1 ,I v Y V I A, ,1 1 A ...- Jfiilig R522 mio? , v '4 +C 2 Q E1 VY . 4! l l b 1 N ?? W W WJ fn 'iff 5 I is ' Q' 1: EM if ff? ga: ww f4 lg 35 ii WAY . ZAR slxay-fwr 7 A b 1 7 T ed 33 1 1' WT? CCH-HANHDAQ1 GN AND UIQIBBANA DEDAHRTNHIENTS A, H ' 1, XM Q- 9? iii 22 4 'X ,f ' Q , O s1e1 1i11nxnwm, , 2 JIM . 1 N W' .-.w.,,,,,,,Q,.. .A 6 9 6 fox Q'IQbQDQbQb3 THE IQQQ ILLIO 'THE' CLASS OF 1921 PAUL GILBERT ADAMS, Princeville Agriculture ' Hoof and Horn Club: Agriculture Club. JOHN C. ALLMAN Crown Point, Ind. Civil Engineering Triangle: Theta Tau: Tribe of Illini. Civil Engineering Society: Varsity Cross- Country 131: Captain 141: Varsity Track 131. 141: Technograph Staff 141. UMgst2' Signal Electrician, Signal Corps. NORMAN BARNES ALLYN Springfield Insurance ' Le Cercle Francais: Accountancy Club: Mathematics Club: "Rainbow" Club: Com- merce Club: Interscholastic Circus Committee. Private. Field Artillery, A. E. F. ADDIE ELIZABETH AMSBARY Champaign , Liberal Arts and Sciences gappa Alpha Theta: Psi Xi. l . i-Ai: Freshman Commission: Junior Chimes Committee: Freshman Frolic Commit- ee. ELIZABETH CAROLYN ANDERSON Elgin Home Economics . ' Omieron Nu. Woman's Cosmopolitan, Club: Home Econo- mics Club: Woman's Athletic Association: Baseball 111, 121, 131: Student Council Woman's League: Lake Geneva Club: Pre- liminary Honors: Shavples Scholarship, 1920. WINFIELD SCOTT ANDERSON Anna Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society: Intramural Basketball 111, 121. Q S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. JOHN WILLIAM APPLING 1 , Urbana I Chemistry . I Chemical Club. . I ' ' A.. T. C., University of Illinois. GUILLERMO P. AROE Guadalajara, Mem. Electrical Engineering I Centro Literario- Espanol: Club Latino Americana. A ' - . HAROLD HERBERT ARCHBOLD' Berwyn I I ' :Industrial Administration ' 4. Scabbard and Blade. - ' , L -5 University, GleQ Club 111i .1211 181i 141: ' A- Captain, 1-University 'Brigade : - Sophomore Cap -' Committee: Military Ball Commlttee'181,' 141-: Polo Club. ' - ' ' ' 'Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. JS. A. J:0QHN4'EIiGENB ARMES A I ' A Peoria E . General Business r ,., . V . ' 1. I 42.51, - - , ' 4' ILLINOIS 0493333333331 349494934 Eb3Qb4bQbQP 4b4bQbQbIL, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 DOROTHY MARIAN ARMOUR Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club. FREDERICK C. ARMSTRONG Lincoln Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu. Lambda Tau Rho: Electrical Engineering Society: American Association of Engineers. ' S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. . THOMAS H. ARMSTRIONG Mound City mists Psi: Phl Delt.aw Phi: Scabbard and e. ' Law Club: Adelphic: Manager. Star Course: Military Ball' Committee 123: Homecoming Committee 143 : Major, University Brigade. AMRROSE A. ARNOLD Palmertcm, Pa. Chemical Engineering Acacga: Mlxawan-Da: Alpha Chi Slams: Deta gma O. Adelphlc: Chemical Club: University Mlll- tary Band 113. 123: Y. M. C. A. Student Employment Secretary 123 : Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet 183 : Illinois Union Cabinet 183: Y. M. C. A. President 143 : Student Council, Illinois Union 143 : Junior Hatchet Oratlon: Illinois- Iowa Debate 183: Captain. Illinois-Wisconsin Debate 183: Board of Oratory and Debate 143: Committee on Candidates and Elections 183. 143: Homecoming Committee 1413 : Senior Chimes Committee: Captain. Illinos- Minnesota Debate 143 : Captain, Illinois-Michh gan Debate 143. CHARLES VINCENT ARNOLD La Grange Agriculture Delta Upsilon: Alpha Zeta. Class Basketball 113, 123: Class Baseball 113. 123: Junior Smoker Committee: "Ag" Round-up Committee: Preliminary Honors. Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U. S. A. . DEAN M. ARNOLD Ironton, Ohzo Architectural Engineering Delta Tau Delta: Scarab. Architectural Club. JOHN W. ARNOLD Lzttle Rock, Ark. Liberal Arts and Sciences ' ORVILLE D. ARNOLD Browning Liberal Arte and Sciences, Law Pi Pi'RhO. Philomathean: Law Club: Centro Literario Espanol. UFgrstA Lieutenant. Quartermaster Corps, WILLIAM S. ARRASMITH Hillsboro, N. C. Architecture Alpha Rho Chi: Ma-Wan-Da: Tribe of Illini. Architectural Club: Freshman Varsity Base- ball: Varsity- Baseball 123, 1833 Chairman, 1 Illinois Union Dance Committee 183: Junior Prom Committee: Engineering Dance Com- mittee 123 : Homecoming Committee 183, 143 : Senior Memorial Committee. . S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. MARGARET J. BAacOc15 .Ren.sselaer, Ind. uesc Alpha 0micron,Pl. Choral Society. ILLIINOIS 9334533303335 Q33333Qb4bQDQD4bQDQbf-1 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS or ibzi HABOLD G. -BAKER East 'Sty Louis Law - . - E Sigma Chi: Phi Delta .Phl., ' ' Skull and Crescent: Law Club: Freshman Varsity Football: Homecoming 'Committee 133.5 Student Council 143: Captain. Univer- sity Brigade 183. , l 7 Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. A. JCHN BAscocK BAKER A Springfield Chlernical Engineering , Alpha Chi Sigma. . . . Chemical Club: American Chemical Soy - olety: fFlyer's-.Clubs Amerlcan Leglon:.1Unl- versity Glee :Club-1123, 183. 143: Illinois Chemist Stal! 183 : Editor 143. 1 Cadet, Aviation, U. S. A. ' v LOUISE BAKER VeedefrsburgQ Ind. ' A Education - .. Kapba Pi. Bethany Circle: Woman's League -Council 133 : Y.4W. C.' A. Poster' Committee. .g ALVENA BAMABERGER ' A ' Champaign f .l Liberal Arts and Sciences. 1 'Q EMMA ELIZABETH -BARKLEY Carlyle Home Economics ' Delta Delta Delta. , RANDOLPH H. BARNARD St. Louis, Mo. ' A General Business , . Sigma Chi. Commerce Club: Senior Chimes Committee 14 . ,V , Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U. S. A. ESTHER ELIZABETH BARNES Urbana Lafndscafpe Architecture Delta Gamma: Gamma Pl Alpha. ' U. W. L. A.: Daubers: Landscape Club: Woman's. Athletic! Association: Hockey Team 113. 123: Bowling 113: Art Editor, 1920 Illia: Art Editor. 1921 Illlo: Art Stai. 1922 Illio: Senior ,M ortal Committee: Y. W. C. -A.' M bership Committee 123: Student Council. Woman's League .14 -: Chairman. Big Sister Committee 143: Presi- dent. Senior' Illinae: Vice-President, Senior Class: Cast "Jeanne D'Are." CHARLES HENRY BARTLETT Chicago Civil Engineering ' . Sigma Phi Epsilon: Theta Tau. - Mathematics Club 113. 123. 183: French Cliab 4153, 183: Lieutenant, University Bri- za e . FLORENCE ANNE BASH Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences ANNE ADELINE BA'r'rER'roN Greenfield Home Economics ' First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 143: Student Council. Woman's League 143: Homecoming Committee 143. l'Ll.INOIS 0qPQD3Q93QDQbQb33Q EDQbQb4bQb333333I2, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS 0F1921 LESLIE JAMES BATTEY Tiskilwa Electrical Engineering Delta Phl: Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Tau: Eta Kappa Nu. Preliminary Honors. GEORGE HUMPHREY BAUM Morris General Business . Phi Sigma Kappa. Ku Klux Klan: Skull and Crescent: Sopho- more Cotllllon Committee. U. S. Naval Reserve. WALTER E. BAUs Indzamzpolzs, Ind. Chemistry Sigma Chi. University Glas Club. . S. A. T.,C. EDWIN B.-wp Aledo Agriculture 'Farm House: Alpha Zeta. Hoof and Horn Club: Agriculture Club. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. DONALD ECKHART BEAN Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa Alpha. Adelphia. I - V S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. MARSHALL A. BEARD Petersburg General Business- Tau Delta Tau. ' U. S. S. Illini: Psychology Club: Senior Memorial Committee C87 : Homecoming Steer- ing Committee 143: Senior Invitation Com- mittee Hr : Treasurer. ,Junior Class. ' First Cass Petty,0I'I'lcer, U. S. Navy. Roy BEAUMAN ' P'ltt8fl9ld , Electrical Engineering - ' Electrical 'Englneei-ing: Society,: University Band l2J.,g, ,. A f,. U . . S. A. T. C.,"Unlverslty of Illinois, Lo1s ELLEN ..B.ilEBY , ' ' . ' Urbana , Hogmelaonomics ' . Omlcron Nu., V' ' . ' . , Home Economies Club: Woman's Welfare Committee CBJ.. Ml: StuAsnt,Couns,Il. .Wom- an's -League KID-: - Preliminary Honors. HARRY LoU1s.BEExMAN I ...Chicago -' . General Business ' Kappa Sigma. ' I . ' ' , .Commerce 'Clubigg Junlon.Asslstant Baseball Munster' Dad's-Day'Conunlttes GY. 'I ' 1 s: A. 'rr c.: University of--Illinois. I . . . , J HENllY'LOUIS i3oEi'1IhANifz -- I'Chwagb - General-Business' Q .Kavva Slams.. - I 1 I S- A- T- Q. i!1iiiv6re!tv,jfxf:1I1xnQIf. " ILLINOIS 9333493393365 ewbaqbeb abaaacaocbaa TI-IE IQQQ ILLIO THIE CLASS OF 1.921 FORD ELVIN BELT 1. Prophetstown Agriculture Cosmopolitan Club. EMILY MAY BENNETT I ' Peoria. Home Economics Omlcron Nu. ' Home Economics Club: Second Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. 131: Treasurer, Y. W. C. A. 147 I Illiola. MERRILL PHILIP BENSON Galva Civil Engineering Triangle: Sigma Tau. utgivil Engineering Society: Class Baseball HENRY GEORGE BERGER Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Lambda Upsilon. Chemical Club: American Chemical Society: Illinois Chemist Staff 149: Preliminary Hon- ors. ' S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. WILLIAM BERGI-I Newton, Kan. General Business EDGAR H. BERNERS Port Washington,Wis. Architectural Engineering Scarab. Architectural Club: Preliminary Honors. U. S. Naval Reserve. ' KENNETH C.' BERRY Carthage Liberal Arts and Sciences LAWRENCE J. BERRY El Paso ' Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho. - ' :Agriculture Club: Freshman Finance Com- mittee: Mardi Gras,'Committee 11?: Junior Mixer Committee: "Ag." RoundiUp Commit.- tee .18J : "Ag," Dance Committee-143 : Illinois Azrlculturlst Staff 127. FRANCES BEST .Milford Journalism Theta Phi Alpha: Movrtarboard: Theta , Sigma Phi: Alpha Sigma Nu. - 1 E V -Atheneani' Wuman's Athletic Association: Bowling, 'daptain 11l.'12J. Varsity 137: 'H,Basketba1l 111. 125. 135' Hockey 12l. 13l ' I-Baseball um. captain 12.5. can -Daily'IllIni Staff 12l,. 18.3, 141: Archery Manager 131 : Co-ed Carnival,Committee 183 : lVice-presi- .dGnIS, Junior, ,Classg "I-Iistorianp Sdpgomore Illinae: -Advisory Board, W,lAg"-E.-",1V4'J. RICHARD f-BEAND BEST-" ' f f' Lerna " ' -"'I".1 A ' lt -. -- 3: ': : ' :Kabnla Delta Rhomm W ' - I - Azricultureiriilubl--1Ho6f' mu-.Horn club. Sf, NI. 'MG-xf.Unlxers1tm not .illinniev 4 1 ILLINOIS 0QbQb3QD3QDQfDQDQb3Q3 'PQbQbQbQPQbQb4b4DQb3I7 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE- CLASS or 1921: CHARLOTTE E. BIESTER ' . Belvidere . -Home Economics. , Lake Geneva Club:'Home' Economics Club: .' Second Cabinet. Y. W. C.'A.' 143, Q D ' A - HELEN FERNABLACK Palestine ' Liberal Arts and Sciences - RUTH FRANCES BLACK Paris Law ' Bethany Circle. MARY BLACKARD Harrisburg ' Liberal Arts and Sciences- ' Lake Geneva Club: Second Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. 141. ALFRED W. BLACKMAN Bloomington Agriculture Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. S. A. T. C., University of Illinols. JAMES H. Buss, Jn. Little Rock, Ark. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Nu: Scabbard and Blade: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Phi Delta Phi. Adelphia: Senior Chimes Committee: Treas- urer. Junior Class: President Illinois Union Student Council: Vice-President, Illinois Un- ion: Board of Oratory and Debate: Star Course Board. S. A. T. C., University of Illlnols. WALTER P. Br.oUN'r . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Psi: Trlbe of Illini: Omega Beta PI. Skull ' and Crescent: Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track 12? : Class Soccer 183, HJ : Junior Cap Committee: Hcmecomlnz'Ac- coaxtzneodatlons Committee: Dad's Day Com- m . I - . Alpha Zeta. ANNA HARRIET BLY 'I Morris Accountancy Gamma Epsilon Pi. - Fxuhman Commission: Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A.' C81 : Accountancy Club 183. Mrnronv CoA'rs Boron: Chaanpaign Electrical Engineering . Tau Beta Pi: .Eta KaDDa'Nu. I . Preliminary Honors: Eta Kappa Nu Scholarship. IU. ' S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ' BEN F. 'BORING I . Robrnson , . Industrial Administration ' ' S. N. T. C.. University of Illlnols. ' ILLINOIS baaebabebaeadbebx? Qfwebqaeaabcbebabebaba Q THE 1922 11.1.10 THE CLASS OF 1921 ESTHER Bosom f Mannheim. Liberal Arts' and Sciences FLOYD WALTON BOWMAN Owaneoo Agriculture , Agriculture Club. S. A. T. C., University of Illinol . JOHN RUSSELL BOYLE Chioayv Mechanical Engineering - Pl Tau Sigma. Student Branch, A. S. M. E.: Freshman Varsity Track. Ensign, U. S. Navy. RUTH FRANCES BOYLE U'I'bGf'll.G1 Liberal Arts and Sciences AlDha Chi Omega. ARTHUR N. Bmusnoox Oak Park General Business Em 'rum P1. concern Band 113. 121. fax. 143: Presi- dent 143: Class Basketball 123. EYIBIKII. U. S. Naval Reserve. DWIGHT F. BRACKEN Bloomington . Anrioulture Alpha Kappa Lambda. Adelphia: Agriculture Club: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 143. Efwikn. U. S. Naval Aviation. MARGARET D. BRAUCHER Emporia, Kan. Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Woman's Cosmopolitan Club: Freshman Commission: Woman's Athletic Association: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 123, 183, 143: Home- coming Decoration Committee 143: Senior Invitation Committee 143 : Archery Team 113. MARIE R. Br.Ec1cENmncE U Urbana 1 Home Economics . Household Science Club. ' ARILD Mo1uN BRENNE Chicago ' Mechanical En neerin ' - ai a Anubis: Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Sigma. American Association of Engineers: Student Branch. A S. M E owe: Qdommkasiar. U. s. Navy. HARVEY E. BnEws.ucE1z ' Bafrclolph Acronvmu Farm House:1Alpha Zeta. Agriculture Club: "Ag." Glee Club 183: University .Military Band 113. 123: Univer- Bifv Choral Society. - A Private, Infantry. A. E. F. ILLINOIS 04DQb303QbQbQb33Q 959649145106 Q D QD fi, THE IQQQ ILLIO. THE CLASS OF i921 Ross DORIS BRIEM - Omaha, Nebr. Liberal Arts and Sciences 'Gamma Phi Beta: Alpha Theta Alpha. Student Councll, Woman's League 181. 141 : Woman"s Athletic Association 131. 141: Psychology Club 181: Unlverslty of Illinois Woman's Club 181. 141 : Executive Secretary. Agricultural Extenlon Service. University of Illinois. 121. 181, 141: Baseball 121. 131. 141, Captain 121. 131. Varsity 181: Basket- ball 181, 141: Varsity 131 : Chairman, Voca- tional Guldance Committee. Woman's League 141: Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee 141. Social Hygiene Division. War and Navy Departments. DOROTHY F. BRIGGS Kansas City, Mo. Liberal A-rls and Sciences Kappa Delta Pl. Mathematics Club. FRED MICHAEL BRODFUEHRER Chicago Agriculture Horticulture Club: Agriculture Club. American Expeditionary Force. . ' CLARENCE LoUIs Bnoox Highland Electrical Engineering Gamma Sigma Kappa. A American Association of Engineers: Elec- trical Engineering Society. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. CHESTER A. Bnooxs Stfronghwrst Agriculture Agriculture Club: .Hoot and Horn Club. ERA DAVID BROWN Urbana Athletic Coaching Sachem: Tribe of Illini. Athletic Coaching Club: Freshman Varsity Track 111: Varsity Track 121, 181, 141: Treasurer, Senior Class. ' First Class Petty Oilicer, U. S. Navy. PAUL MAURICE BROWN Nokomis General Business ' Phi Kappa Sigma. ' Plerrots: "Keep to the Rlght": "Perpetual Emotion." WALLACE WINTHROPL BRowN , J oliet E10 mflgma- Pi: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Tribe of D Q Skull and Crescent: Polo Club: Freshman Varsity Track 111 : Varsity Track 121, 131 g " ' Sophomore Cotillion' Committee 121: Chair. man. Junior-,Prom Committee 181. Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U. gS. A. FRANCIS ERLE- BRYA . .rolom General 'Business Phi Kappa: Alpha Kappa'.Psl.: 'Scabbard and Blade. ' 1 , ' I' VCommerce Club? Senior -flnvitation' Com- mittee: Homecoming Smoker Committee 141 : Chairman, Hobo Band Committee 141 g,Major. Chairman. Hobo Band Committee' 141: Mill. ' -tary-.Ball-'Committee '141 : Ma:lcr,' University ..ax-made-14w 1 , 4, w -,4 ANNA MAY BRYANT "0ak.fPark Commerce ' ' Gamma Epsilon Pl. 1 Baseball 121. " ILLINOIS caqeecaoebceeeabapl? ewbqbaeefseaebcbabae THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF' 1921 PHILIP BARNETT BUCKY Chicago Mining Engineering Mining Society: Amerlcan Association of Engineers: Engineering Dance Committee 181. U. S. Navy. JAMES BROWN BURGEE Sl. L0u'i8, MO. Commerce Sigma Phi Epsilon. ' S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. VIVIAN ETHEL BUIIK Decatur, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAM R. BURNELL Spring Valley Electrical Enginering Lambda Tau Rho. Electrical Engineering Society: Freshman Varsity Football. ' S. A. T. C., University of Illlnols. JOSEPHINE MAE BURNI-IAM Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Chl Omega. French Club: Chemical Club: University Chapter of D. A. R.: Illinois Magazine Stal! 423. 147 : Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Commit- tee: Vlce-President, Freshman Class: Secre- tarsy, Senior Class: Homecoming Committee JOSEPHINE Bum' Urbana Landscape Gardening Kappa Alpha Theta: Preliminary Honors. LLOYD WESLEY BUSH ' Nebo Agricultural Education Air Service. A. E. F. JoHN BRUCE BUTLER Cairo Architectural Engineering Alpha Tau Omega: Scarab: Gargoyle. . Infantry 0. T. C. ' ALFRED L. BU'r'rERwon'rH Marokm, Ind. General Business Phi Gamma Delta. Ambulance Service, A. E. F. DONALD M. BYERS Garrett, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Kappa. Sergeant, Field Artillery, A. E. F. lLL.INOIS G2lQbQD34b3QbQD4b3QbQi D4b4b4bQPQbQb6333lL,. THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 BHUPENDRA N. BYSACK Calcutta, India Banking Cosmopolitan Club. Asiatic Society: Library Club. EDUARDO G. CADAVAL Durango, Mexico Mechanical Engineering Student Branch. A. S. M. E.: American As- 'sociatlon of Engineers: Club Latino Ameri- canol: Spalding Guild: Centro Llterarlo Es- pano. . ' OSCAR W. CAGANN Champaign ' g General Business Concordia. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. MILDRED JANE CALLAWAY Monett, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences MARGARET CAMPBELL Chicago ' ' Home Economics Home Economics Club. NxGxL DOBELL CAMPBELL ' 'Albion Liberal Arts and Sciences sigma Alpha Epsilon: Phi Delta Pm. Comitatus. ' Corporal, Balloon Corps, A. E. F. Jossrl-I W. CANNON, JR. Chicago . Liberal Arts and Sciences f- Ilus, 'Phi Alpha Delta. . Junior Councilman. Illinois Union 183: Plerrots: Polo Club: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Junior Smoker Committee: Illinois Union Dance Committee 131: Illinois Union Traditions Committee: Senior Hat Committee: Chairman. Homecoming Committee Ml: "Perpetual Emotion" 133: Dad's Day Com- mittee Ml. ' S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. CHRIS VICTOR CARDOSI I Canton Liberal Arts and Sciences. Law Cosmopolitan Club. Freshman Varsity Track: Law Club. . Petty Oftlcer. U. .S. Navy, A. E. F. REUBEN Gonrnav CARLSON Chicago . . Agriculture ' Alpha Tau Omega: Alpha Zeta. Class Football: Class Basketball: Chairman. Senior Memorial Committee: Homecoming Executive Committee-: Chairman. Dad's ,Day Accommodations Committee 141: Prelimin- ary Honors. Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery. U. B. A. OMAR SINN CARMAN ' Urbana . . Agriculture ' 1 ILLINOI'S bQb3QbQDQD3 3QDQDl? iila eaaeebaedbe THE 1922 :Luo U THE CLASS OF 1921 HARRIS B. CARR Tipton, Ind. Banking Alpha Sigma Phi. Assistant Intra-Mural Manager 123. 1331 Manager 143: Athletic Board of Control 143 : Commerce Club. Motor Tranport Corps, U. S. Army. GERALD HEwEs CARSON Carrollton Journalism D Sigma Delta Chi: Pi Delta Epsilon. Scribbler's Club: Associate Editor, Illi- nois Magazine 133: Editor 143: Siren Stafl! 143: Daily Illini Staff 143: Symphony Or- chestra 113, 123. 133. FREDERICK ELMER CARVER Berwyn Horticulture Alpha Zeta. . Agriculture Club: Horticulture Club. GEORGE R. CASKEY Chicago Heights Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Sigma: Tribe of Illini. Freshman Varsity Track 113 : Varsity ' Track 123, 183 : Student Branch. A. S. M. E.: Preliminary Honors. ' S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. CLAUDIA C. CAssrDY Shawneetown Journalism GEORGE G. CASSIDY u Shawneetown Landscape. Gardening Scarab. Daubers: Illio Art Stall' 123, 183, 143. RICHARD LLoYD CASTLE Urbana General Business - University Band 113. 123. 133. 143: Unl- versity Orchestra 133. Sergeant, Machine Gun Corps, A. E. F. JosEPH B. CATANZARO St. Louis, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Student Bran h c . A. S. M. .E.: American n Association of Engineers. ' FRED RAY CATTELL Salem General Business Seaman, U. S. Navy. -MILES DEWEY CA'r'roN Toulon Civil Engineering Acacia: Scabbard and Blade. - Captain, University Brigade 183. 143: Civil Engineering Society: Cadet Hop Com- V mittee 143. Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U. S. A. ILLINOIS 0345333333336 saebeaebcnab cbaeebcofg, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 19.21 HAROLD J. CAWTHQRNE Lfinesville, Pa. Liberal Arts and Sciences EDWIN R. CHANDLER Kansas City, Mo. Floriculture Florlculture Club: Illinois Union Sing Song - Book Committee. Radio Operator, U. S. Navy. Lambda XI. ISADOR CHAPMAN Des Moines, Ia. Industrial Administration Sigma Alpha Mu. Ceramic Society. S. A. T. C.. Iowa State College. CARROLL G. CHASE River Forest Liberal Arts and Sciences Freshman Varsity Swimming: Varsity Water Basketball 183. , S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. JOSEPH HAROLD CHASE Toulon Axrriculture Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. United States Army. HURLBERT C. CHEEVER Waterloo, Ia. Architecture Alpha Rho Chl: Sigma Tau. Daubers: Architectural Club: University Orchestra 183. 141 : Illlo Art Staff 18J, 142. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. EDMOND LYMAN CHILDS Lee General Business Delta Kappa Epsilon. Ku Klux Klan: Commerce Club: Sophomore Cotlllon Committee: Senior Hat Committee. S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. CHING FU FU'rzE CHoU Peking, China Aarioulturs I Cosmopolitan Club: Tribe of Illlnl. Varsity Wrestling 183, 147: Varsity Ten- nis 187: Class Soccer Football 125. Gig: Freshman Varsity Baseball: Agriculture Clu : Hoot and Horn Club: Junior Smoker Com- mittee. MAE CHRISTY I Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences WILL C. CHUNG Shanghai, China Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Chinese Students Club: Cosmopolitan Club. ILLINOIS bQbQbQbQDQbQbQbQbQDQDl? OQDQD Ql4'5bQbQib6bQDQDGDQbQbQbG THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 ' BRUCE B. CLARK Peoria Agriculture Alpha Zeta. KENNETH W. CLARK Washington, D. C. Journalism Chl Phi: Sachem: Sigma Delta Chi: Pi Delta Epsilon. Skull and Crescent: Pierrots: Comltatus: Polo Club: Daily Illlnl Stal! 133 : Sport Edi- tor l4J: Homecoming Committee 183. 147: Sophomore Mixer Committee: Mardi Gras Committee: Co-Ed Cornival Committee CBJ. l4l:P -W C 'tte SJ. ow ow omml e I U. S. Naval Reserve. WALTER JAMES CLARKE Chicago Agriculture Alpha Sigma Phi. Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. S. A. WARREN EDDY CLEVELAND Rockford - Mechanical Engineering Pl Tau Sigma. ' Student Branch. A. S. M. E.: Class Foot- ball 125, 187. Corporal, Engineer Corps, A. E. F. CLARENCE W. Cnawonrn Sheffield, Ia. Railway Electrical Engineering Alpha Slgms. Phi. Railway Club: Silver Star Club: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Technograph Stal! MJ: Senior Chimes Committee: Hobo Band Com- mittee: Vice-President. Freshman Class. First Lieutenant. Tank Corps. A. E. F. EVERETT LERoY CLovEs Kankakee Agriculture Sigma Pi. I Skull and Crescent: Agriculture Club: Class Baseball CU. , , S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. JOHN Mrrcl-:EL CLYNE Maple Pafrk - General Business I Phi ,Sigma Kappa. , S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. IVAN WALTER COAN Houston, Texas A 'ma AlDha Zeta. an Wm Hoot and Horn Club: Agriculture Club. Seaman, U. S. Navy. GILBERT EMLYN CocHnAN Champaign General Business . S. A. T. C.. Universlty of Illinois. Baan. Davm, CoHoN ' Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Menorah Society. f S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ll.L..INOeISl G 3334249493341 9333333333315 THE IQQQ ILLIO 'THE CLASS OF 1921 sm-nw EARL COLE Williamsfield General Business S. N. T. C.. University of Illlnols. GUILLERMO G. COLIN Mexico City, Mex. Chemical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club. Centro Literarlo Espanol: Le Cercle Fran- cais: Spalding Gulldg Club Latino-Amerl- cano. . - ROBERT J. COLSON Sf. Chdffles Law Phi Delta Theta: Phl Delta Phi. First Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. LENORE A. CONDE Hammond, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta. Illiola: Le Cerele Francais: Woman's Cos- mopolitan Club: Freshman Frollc Committee: Junior Mixer Committee: Homecoming Fin- ance Committee MJ : Preliminary Honors. EMMA Lomunna Column Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics Club. MORRIS HENRY COOK Greenup Electrical Engineering Acacia: Sigma Tau: Eta Kappa Nu. University Concert Band 117. 121. f3J, 147: Electrical Engineering Society: Marine Club: Preliminary Honors. Private, U. S. Marine Corps. SEYMOUR H. Cook Stamford, Conn. Chemical Engineering Beta. Theta Pi. A Chemical Club. Private. Machine Gun Corps, A. E. F. ANNA COOLLEY Broadlands General Business ' Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mortarboard: Gamma Epsilon Pl. Shi-Al: -Woman's Athletic Association: Archery f2J: Hockey 437: Y. W. C. A. , Stunt Show 131: Pow-Wow Committee 487: Co-ed Carnival Chairman C45 : Woman's Wel- f8l'2 Committee 181 I Vocational Guidance Committee f37. 447: Homecoming: Button Sale Chairman 133: First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 145. FAY MAXEY Cooran Little -Rock, Ark. . Liberal Arts and Sciences Adelphia. - S. A. T. 'C., University of Illinois. IRA 01-1-Io Cores, Jn. Green Valley ' .Agriculture - Alpha Chl Rho.' ' Class Basketball 123, 181. ILLINOIS 933333333335 9333334933334 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 MARY COPLEY Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. Psychology Club: Sophomore Mixer Oom- mittee: Woman's Leaszue Social Committee: Alethenai: Freshmen Commission. RALPH CONNER CORLEY Tower -Hill Liberal Arts and Sciences Omega Beta Pi: ' Preliminary Honors. PAUL D. CORNELISEN Pittsburg, Kan. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Beta Pi. Electrical Engineering Society: Senior Cab- inet, Illinois Union. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. MARY HELEN CoRY Hoopeston Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omexza: Sigma Delta Phi. AMaslE8ixnd Bauhle: Alethenai: "Jeanne D' rc" . PAUL V. COTTINGHAM Danville Civil Engineering Alpha Delta Phi: Scabbard and Blade. Captain. University Brigade: Preliminary Honors. ' Second Lieutenant. Coast Artillery Corps. A. E. F. , GEORGE FREDERICK COURTNEY Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Pi Rho: Omega Beta Pi. Medical Corps. A. E. F. IRA JAY CovEY, JR. I Peoria Commerce and Lago Phi Delta Phi. ALVA WILFRED CRAVER Harvey Agriculture University Band ill. 423. 135. C49 : Mask and Bauble: Adelphic: University Glee Club C45 Z Choral Society. 4 ' S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. CHARLES M. CRAWFORD 'Washburn Liberal Arts and Sciences -Q American Expeditionary Force. L MAURICE CRoUsHoRN CREW Aurora Chemical Engineering Gamma Sigma Kappa. . ' . - Chemical Club. ' Chemical Warfare Service, U. S. A. ILLINOIS 'ilaabeacabebeaeaa DQ9QP4bQDQDQDQbQDQDQ9IQ, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 CHLORUS W. CRICKMAN Clay City Agriculture .Q Farm House. Agrlculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. WILLTAM F. Cmm. Monroe Center Agriculture Chl Phi. Senior Invitation Commlttee. GEORGE W. CROMER y West Chicago Chemistry Kappa Delta Rho: Phl Lambda Upsilon. cghemlcal Club: Chemical Dance Committee S: A. T. C., University of Illinols. GLEN MONROE Cnossv Maywood Mechanical Engineering Zeta Psi: Ma-Wan-Da: Theta Tau: Scub- . bard and Blade. Junior Mixer Committee ISI : Military Ball Committee ISD. Ml : University Brigade, Major 483. Lieutenant Colonel 141. Captain, Field Artillery, A. E. F. , . x RAY EUGENE CRYDER Morris Agriculture Alpha Gamma'Rho. Agriculture Club. Tank Corps. U. S. A. IRA Roamrrs CUMMINGS Joliet Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pl: Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Tau. Electrical Engineering Society. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. EDWIN KENDALL CUNLIFFE Detroit Civil Engineering Zeus. S. A. T. O.. University of Michigan. KENNETH B. CUsHMAN Yonkers, N. Y. Aafieulture - Psi Upsllon. Private, U. S. Army Ambulance Service, A. E. F. I ' RUBY C. DAHLQUIST Neponset Dibara!.A1-tn and Sciences CHARLES S. DALE Maysrville, Ky. .1 .' . ' Education ILLINOIS IDQFQDGPQDQD4'-2'bQbQb3Qwl? 0454933 gl-333 604994531 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS 'OF 1921 STEWART DERBY DANIELS Jerseyvllle General Business Alpha Tau Omega, Sachem. Sophomore Mixer Committee: Senior Smok- er Committee. Tank Corps, U. S. A.A SAMUEL DAWSON DARLEY Jacksomnlle Aariculture Alpha Gamma Rho: Pl Delta Epsilon. - Agriculture Club: University Military Band 113 : Concert Orchestra 117: 1919 Illio Stal 111 : Dally Illini Stall! 113. 123 : Illinois Agri- culturlst Stad 125, 131 : "Ag" Roundup Com- mittee 18D: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Memorial Committee: Chimes Committee: Homecoming Committee 145 : "Ag" Dance Committee 183 : Senior Invitation Committee. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. WARREN VERNE DARNALL Oak Park Banking Alpha Kappa Lambda. Horticulture Club: Tennis 123. U. S. Naval Aviation. BERYL DAVIS Tampfico General Business Alpha Delta Pi: Gamma Epsilon Pi. Shi-Al: Junior Mixed Committee: Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee. CHARLES JESSE DAv1s Chicago Mechanical Engineering Delta Tau Delta: Theta Tau. Ku Klux Klan. HAROLD M. DAVIS ,Mooreland, Ind. ' Athletic Coaching Sigma Alpha Epsilon. . Athletic Coaching Club: Freshman Varsity Football 113: Varsity Football 145. Corporal, Air Service, U. S. A. HERBERT SPENCER DAv1s Louisville Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Psi. ' LUCILE DAVIS ' Silceston, Mo. Home Economics Kappa -Kappa Gamma. PLYNN MONROE IPECKER Woodlmll Agriculture Club. mn ' U. S. Naval Aviation. Wn.r.1AM S. DEEMING Sterling Banking - Beta Gamma Sigma: Beta Alpha Psl. Centro Llterario Espanol: Junior Chlmes Committee: Preliminary Honors. 'S. A. T. C.. University o! Illinois. ILLINOIS 345493331 P4bQb4bQbQDQDQb3QD3I'Z,, TI-151922 ILLIO 9 THE CLASS OF 1921 WILLIAM B.-DEGRoo'r Washxlngton, D. C. Agriculture . Tau Delta Tau. . Agriculture Clubg "Ag" Dance Committee 447. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. MARY LoU DENTON Elyria, -Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences JoHN CLARENCE DEPLER Lewistown Foreign Commerce Psi Upsllon: Mafwan-Da: Alpha Kappa Psi: Sachem: Tribe of Illini. Varsity Football 123. ISI. CBDIDBIII MI I Igfelshman Varsity V Football 113 : Commerce u . ' S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. WILLIAM RUsH DICE Charleston General Business S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. WILFRED AUGUST DIESEL Chicago A . -Commerce c . Skgfim and Crescent: University Concert Band ill. 121. ISI. HI: Freshman Track. U. S. Naval Reserve Force. CARL B. DIETRICI-I St. Louis, Mo. General Business Accountancy Club. STERLING M. DIETRICH Bremen, Ind. General Business S. A. T. C., University. of Illinois. HARRY L. DIxoN West Somerville, Mass. F'loricu,lture Lambda Chi Alpha. Floriculture Club: Horticulture Club. MARIE DOBYNS Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa PI. A ROBERT FRANCIS DOEPEL Mattoon Mechanical Engineering - Alpha SIgma'PhI: Theta Tau: Pi Tau Sigma. ' Freshman Varsity Football Ill :. Varsity Football 437. I-il 3 Student Branch. A.'S. M. E.: American Association of Engineers: Sen- ior Invitation Committee. ' First Lieutenant, Engineer Corps.'A.. E. F. ILLINOIS b3QDQbQbQD36b3QbQDISo Q1QbQb330QbdbQb4DQbQ THE IQQQ ILLIC THE CLASS OF 1-921' ROBERTA J. DOISY - Champaign Jzmrnalism Alpha Delta Pi: Theta Sigma Phi. Athenean: Woman's Athletic Association: Hockey 111, 121. 131: Swlmming Honors 111: Daily Illini Staff 111- 121. 181: Woman's Editor. Summer Illini 141: Senior Informal Dance Committee: Homecommg Committee 181: Sophomore Cotllllon Com- mittee: Freshman Frolic Committee: First Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. 121, 181. - VERNON A. DOLRY Elgin Architectural Engineering Tau Beta' Pi. Preliminary Honors. ADA ELIZABETH DONAHUE Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu. ROBERT J. DoNALnsoN Grayville Electrical Engineering I Eta Kappa Nu. Electrical Engineering Society: Preliminary Honors. ' PHILIP HENRY DoNoHoE Macomb Electrical Engineering Delta Upsilon: Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Tau: Tribe of Illini. Freshman Varsity Track 121: Varsity Track 131. 141: Electrical Engineering So- ciety. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. . RUTH DORAN Hammond Liberal Arts and Sciences WALTER HARPER DoRsET'r Augusta Agriculture Horticulture Club. MYISON DAY DowNs D River Forest Landscape Gardening Alpha Sigma Phi: Scarab: Scabbard and Blade. U. L. A. S. Major.' University Brigade 181. ' Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. S. A. LESLIE ARTHUR DREW Morton Park Electrical Engineering Anubis. American. Association of Engineers: Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers: Elec- trical Englneering Society. U. S. Navy. ' ' ' DAMoN WILBUR DRIVER Carrollton - Agriculture U. S. Navys ll.l.l'NOIS CQQDQDGQPSQDQPQFQSQ 3D4bQbQbQDQbQb4bQDQbdbI7 THE IQQQ ILLIO -THE CLASS OF 1.921 CLARA FORBES DUNsE'rH Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega. Shi-Al: Basketball 113: Baseball 123: Freshman Frolic Committee: Mardi Gras Committee: War Relief Committee 123 : Pow- Wow Committee 133: Co-ed Carnival Com- irmtee 133. 143: Vice-Pesldent, Junior Ille- RUTH IRENE DUNsE'rH West Springfield Home Economics Delta Gamma. Mardi' Gras Committee 123: First Council. Woman's League 143: Co-ed Camival Com- mittee 143. WALTER SALEM DYAR Roanoke Agriculture Kappa Sigma Phl. Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Choral Society. Field Artlllery 0. T. C., U. S. Army. EDWIN ARTHUR DYsoN Rushville General Business Beta Theta Pi. Illlnols Magazine Staff 133. ELLA GRACE DYSTRUP Lemont Home Economics GEORGE HENRY EBERSPACHER Pana General Business Alpha Tau Omega: Alpha Kappa Psi. LOTHAR ALFONSO EDERER Chicago Induetrnhl Administration Spalding Guild. S. N. T. C.. University of Illinois. TERRY WARREN EDWARDS Chfbago Mechanical Engineering Theta Chi: Soabbard and Blade. -Amerlcan1Assooiation of Engineers: Mlll- tary Ball Committee 143: Hobo Band Com- mittee 143: Lleutenant. University Brigade 123. Captain 183, Major 143, S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ' Timo FRANK EISZNEB ' Chicago - General!Buainess n Chi Beta. - - Commerce Club: Class Football 113. 183, Captain 143: Class Basketball 113. U. S.,Navy. - VELDA ROSALYN ELDER ' Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences ' ILLINOIS 9333333045335 QIQbGbQbQDGDQbQbGb4b4bQ THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 CLARENCE E. EMS St. Joseph Agriculture . Delta Sigma Phi: Tribe of Illini. Agriculture Club: Varsity Football 111. 121, 131, 141: Varsity Wrestling 131, 141. Sergeant. Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. A. LAWRENCE ENGLE Urbana Agriculture Agriculture Club. American Expeditionary Force. GEORGE W. ENGLISH, JR. Urbana General Business - Sigma Chi: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Beta Gamma Sigma. Philomathean: Homecoming Committee 141. Second Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. MELVILLE YORK ENYART Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club. Private, Engineer Corps, U. S. A. ANNA MARIE EPPINGER Quincy Education First Council, Woman's League 181. 141. MAURICE WILLARD EVANS Mattoon General Business Phi Kappa Psi: Alpha Kappa Psi. Commerce Club: Junior Football Manager: Junior Interscholastic Manager: Senior Smok- r Committee. e Second Lieutenant, Air Service, U. S. Army. HERBERT NATHANIEL EWING McLean General Business Beta Theta Pi. Commerce Club: Freshman Varsity Track 111: Varsity Track 121, 181: Varsity Cross Country 181: Class Football 141: Y. M. C. A. Membership Committee: Summer Prom Committee. Infantry 0. T. C., U. S. Army. I ALEXANDER FABRY Chicago Chemical Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi. Menorah Society: Chemical Club: American Chemical Societ S. N. T. C.. University of Illinois. ' WILLIAM BRYAN FAIRBAIRN Jo-liet - Civil Engineering Acacia: Theta Tau. Civil Engineering Club: American Asso- ciation of Engineers: Class Baseball 111, 121: Class Soccer 111, 121. Infantry, A. E. F. . LOUISE FAIRFIELD Chicago General Business Kappa Kappa Gamma: Gamma Epsilon Pi. Illlolaz University Orchestra 111: Illinois Magazine Staff 181: Woman's Editor. The Enterpriser 141: Sophomore Cotllllon Com- mittee: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Chimes Committee 131. 141: Social Commit- tee, Y. W. C. A. 181 : Big Sister Committee 141 : Secretary. Sophomore Illinae: Secretary, Senior Illinae: First Student Council, Wom- an's League 141. ILLINOIS 'ifabdbeea ecabebsez saaaqbqaasaaaaa, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS 0F'i921 DOUGLAS RICHARDS FAY ' Urbana Banking Phi Kappa Psi. Skull and Crescent. HARRIET AMELIA FERA Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta: Mortarboard. Shi-Ai : Alethenai : 1920 Illlo Stall' 123 :Wom- an's Editor, 1921 Illio 133 : Woman's Welfare Committee 133: Senior Memorial Committee: Junior Mixer Committee: Vice-President. Sophomore Class: Secretary, Woman's League 143: Chairman. Social Committee 123. DOROTHY FINNEY Westfield Liberal Arts and Sciences RAYMOND SIMS FIREBAUGH Robinson A nrieulture Alpha Delta Phi: Alpha Zeta. Skull and Crescent: Horticulture Club: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad 123. V133: Class Baseball 123: Me- morial Tree Planting Committee 133: Pre- liminary Honors. Machine Gun. O. T. C.. U. S. A. CLARENCE JoI-IN FISHER Chicago ' La v Beta Delta Sigma: Plhi Alpha Delta. Le Cercle Francais. Sergeant. Ambulance Corps, A. E. F. FERRIS EARL FISHER Lztchfield A frrioulturo Tau Delta Tau. Hoof and Horn Club: American Legion: Ayzriculture Club. Private, Medical Corps, A. E. F. ' HUGH FITCH Greenup Mechanical Engineering Student Branch, A. S. M. E.: University Concert Band 113. 121. 133. 143. First Musician. U. S. Navy. GREENE S. Frrzl-IUGH Henderson, Ky. , General Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Skull and Crescent: Comltatus: Commerce Club: Class Football 143 : Senior Mixer Com- mittee. Private, Tank Corps. U. S. A. 'ELINOR BERTHA FLAGG M 0'r0 ' Education Lake Geneva Club. ARTHUR W. FI.Ecx Indianapolis, Ind. Architecture . Lambda Chi Alpha. clCl2:ptain, University Brigade: Architectural u . ' ' Engineer Corps. A. E. F. ' ILLINOIS baaapaoabaaeobabe' QI33303333334 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OR1921 ARTHUR IsAAc FLEMING Chicago Agriculture Tau Delta Tau. - Agriculture Club: Class Basketball I13. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. LELAND Anms FLEMING Peoria Industrial Administration Sigma Pi. . - University Glee Club: University Orchestra. STEPHEN JAMES FLEMING Chicago Agriculture ' V Tau Delta Tau. Class Baseball 113: Class Swimming. I13: Agriculture Club: U. S. S. Illini: Hoof and Horn Club. Enign, U. S. Navy, A. E. F. GORDON V. FLETCHER Evansville, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences I 1 Kappa Alpha Psi. ' RALPH EMERSON FLETCHER Morris - General Business Delta Kappa Epsilon: Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Alpha Kappa Psi: Tribe of Illini. Commerce Club: Varsity Football 423, .I83. C43 : Varsity Basketball I23 : Freshman Varsity Football: Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee: Senior Chimes Committee. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ROBERT HARRY FLETCHER . Morris Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon: Ma-Wan-Da: Sach- em: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Tribe of Illini. Skull and Crescent: Honor Commission 181. I43: Varsity Football 123. I83, 143: Chair- man, Sophomore Mixer' Committee: Home- cominz Finance Committee I43. . S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. AUGUSTINE ANDREW FL1cK Chicago ' Electrical Engineering ' Geisctrical Engineering Society: Spalding u . U. S. Naval Reserve Force. E. S. FOGELSONGER Indianapolis, Ind. Law . RALPH WALDO FOGLER Champaign Chemistry . Chemical Club. MILDRED L. FOLK North Liberty, Ind. ' ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. ILLINOIS 'iiababeeeaaaeee 9900308019330 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 DAVID FONSECA Guadalajara, Mex. Civil Engineering Spanish Club: Club Latino-Americana: Spalding Guild: American Association of Engineers. LEROY MERRILL Foss Freeport Agriculture Sigma Pi: Scabbard and Blade. Junior Prom Committee: Homecoming Committee: Senior Hat Committee: Junior Cap Committee: Senior Invitation Commit- tee: Lieutenant, University Brigade. Private, Infantry, U. S. Army. GEEWIN G. FOSTER Menominee, Mich. Architecture Phi Kappa. Class Football 141. Private. Infantry, U. S. A. RHODA WILDA Fos'rER Tipton, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Shi-Al: Illini Business Stal? 122: Sopho- more Mixer Commlttee: Y. W. C. A. Program Committee 121. INEz ANNA FREDERICK Copley, Ohio Home Economics . Phi Sigma Alpha. IRETA GRACE FREY DePue Liberal Arts and Sciences A CARL G. FRIEBEL Cedar Rapids, Ia. Architectural Engineering 1 S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. RA EDGAR J. FRIEDRICI-I St. Charles, Mol, Industrial Administration -I Concordia. b Electrical Engineering Society: Class Foot- a . S. N. T. C., University of Illinois. PAULINE CHAPMAN FRIER Benton ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Pi. Woman's Athletic Association: Bethany Circle: Hockey 113, 121, 181, 141: Basket- lalg ill. 127. 433. Ml: Daily Illini Stat! MARTIN FRISCH St. Louis, Mo. Mechanical Engineering h Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Sigma. Student Branch, A. S. M. E.: American Association of Engineers. - Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. S. A. lLLI,NOIS 9334533303335 .iiQbQb36b364D64D3Q THE IQQQ ILLIO 1 THE CLASS OF 19-21 ARTHUR G. FROEHLY St. Louis, Mo. Industrial Administration Lambda Chi Alpha. Medical Corps. U. S. Army. KENNETH THOMAS FROST Rantoal ' Insurance U. S. Naval Reserve Force. RUTH M. FRULAND Sheridan Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. Psychology Club. IRVIN MILTON FUNK K ernan General Business Chi Beta. , University Military Band 115, CZJ. KBJ, MJ : Daily Illini Business Staff 117. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. FRED BARRON GALLAGHER Rockford Industrlkzl Administration Chi Beta. A Radio Observer. U. S. Naval Aviation. FLORENCE G. GALLENTINE Morrison Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. ELIZA BONITA GARMAN Urbana General Business Alpha Omicron Pi: Gamma Epsilon Pl. Athenean: Junior Chimes Committee. SHIBRMAN SCOTT GARRETT 'Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Omega Beta Pi. ' f S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. BENJAMIN ST. JOHN VGARVEY Chicago Chemistry Kappa Delta Rho: Phi Lambda Upsllon Manager, Inter-Class Swimming 121, 183: Illinois Chemist Staff: Chemical Club: Chair- man "Chem'?. Dance Committee MJ. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. V Lours GAULT Chicago Civil Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi. ' ' American Association of Engineers: Civil Engineering Society: Menorah- Society. VPrivate. Machine Gun Corps. A. E. F. ILLINOIS GUGFQDSSSQQSQDSSQ E Q THE CLASS OF 1921 Louxs J GEIERMANN Carleton, Mich Cwal Engineering Spalding Guild Civil Englneerlng Society Cross Country 121 Varsity Track Private Englneer Corps A E F ARTHUR V GEMMILL Freelwnd Md Chemical Pngineering Chemical Club ARTHUR LAWRENCE GENUNG Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Psi Upsilon Assistant Art Editor 1920 Illlo Assists Business Manager Perpetual Emotion 48 Second Lieutenant Air Service U S A WAYNE FULTON GIBBS Jacksonville Accountancy Beta Alpha Psx S, N. T. C. University of Illinois. JAMES DICK GIBSON Muskogee, Okla Banking Phi Gamma Delta' Beta Gamma Sigma Preliminary Honors' Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Q23 181' Vice-President Ml. JANICE MARIE GILLEN Bearolstown Home Economics Alpha Xi Delta Mask and Bauble .J EAN GLENN Moline Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi. PERRY A. Gmcx Hamilton, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Unlversltyhof Kansas. PHILLIP PERCY GLICK St. Louis, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Captain, Unlverslty Brilade. S. A. T. C.. Washington University. NANSEN GLIDDEN I DeKalb I Agriculture Hoof and Horn Club. ' Sergeant, Medical Corps. U. S. Army. o M f 1 'x Y IQ' lDQbQbQbQDQPQD4b 3 :I?41 TH :QQ ILLIO .5 American Assoclgtion of Engineers: cgflrsity V . . : nt ' ': A ,I I ' , - ' 4 .n A 0 ' U ' -' -rw-- in V ILLINOIS I 45 , ,L V- If 'S IV? fs 3 ,rf -wiv a an an an an Qb so QD affff' is X.. Qfwebeeabeeobeeabeeebaq THE IQQQ ILLIO CLASS' 0F'19'f.i' , MYROAN CHESTER 'Gonmutn ,Monmouth 4 Liberal Arts and Sciences - Alpha. Chl.Rho. ' I Junior Prom Committee. ' Sergeant. Cavalry, A. E. F. CHARLES W. GOFF, B.S.1 Davenport, Ia. 1 Medicine .. In ' Delta Kappa' Epsilon: Nu Sigma Nu. JOHN A. GOFF Colorado Springs, Colo. Mechanical Engineering Student Branch, A. S. M. E. LLOYD W. GOLDER, JR. River Forest Industrial Administration Chi Phi. Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Foot- ball 121. S. N. T. C., University of Illinois. ALFONSO A. GoMEz Mexico City, Mex. Architectural Engineering El Circulo Espanol: Club Latino Americana. MERTON M. Goon Shepherdstown, W.V. General Business Railway Club. FLOYD ORMUND GOODWILL Pecatoniea Banking Adelphlcz University Military Band: Y. M. C. A. Membership Committee: Accountancy Club. - HAZEL AUGUSTA GORDON Urbana Home ECO'Yl0mi08 Alpha Delta Pi. ' Home Economics Club: Student Councll Woman's League 141: Illinois Agriculturlst Staff 147: Y. W. C. A. Membership Com- mittee 18J, 147. RUSSELL LowELL GORDON Urbana Industrial Administration . I Iliinois Union Cabinet 183: Secretary. 'Illi- nois Union 14J. Q RALPH HENRY GORRELL Knox, Ind. General Business Sigma Nu. Ordnance Sergeant, U. S. Army. ILLINOIS 5930303333331 ID1DQbQbQbQD3QbQbQb3fQ, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 " LORN MATHIAS GOSSETT Clwey Industrial Administration Phi Sigma KaDDa. - - . S. N. T. C., University of Illinois! ' I HARRY DOMINIC Gorrr Libertyville General Business Phi Sigma Kappa. Student Opera 121. V Infantry, A. E. F. HUGO PALMER GOTTI Libertyville - General Business Phi Sigma Kappa. Student Opera 111. Second Lieutenant, Infantry. U. S. A. CLIFFORD BUR1' GOULD Aurora Industrial Administration , Kappa Sigma: Theta Tau. FIyer's Club. Second Lieutenant, Ah' Service. U. S. A. VICTOR LEIGHTON GoULn Belleville V Chemistry University Concert Band. LAWRENCE E. GOWER Odell I 1 Agriculture Agriculture Club: Junior Prom Committee: "Ag" Dance ' Committee 143 : Dad's Day Smoker Committee 141. . KLINE GRAY Gibson City Electrical Engineering Acacia. - - Electrical Engineering Society: Chairman Senior Smoker Committee. Sergeant. Field Artillery, A. E. F. MILES GRAY N ,, Petersburg . U q .LW ,, Tau Kappa Epsilon: Phi Alpha Delta. Law Club. HAROLD NATHAN GREENE Chafmpaign - Agriculture Theta.CIiI. - Agriculture Club: Chemical Club: Lieuten- , ant. - University Brigade 423: Preliminary Honors. U. S. Army. I HERscHEL SAMZUELA GREEN Hutsemvllle Liberal Arts and Sciences- ' Acacia: Scabbard and Blade. Adelphia: Captain. University Brigade: Junior Mixer Committee. ' S. N. T. C.. University of Illinols. ILLINOIS DQPQDQPQDQDSSQQDQDI? QS1Qb3QbQbdb3Qb33QDQ THE IQQQ ILLIO R 1 THE CLASS OF 1921 Sco'r'r CORWITH GREENE Wibrnette General Business Zeta Pal: Scabbard and Blade. Skull and Crescent: Ku Klux Klan: Plerrot: Manager, Post Exam Jubilee 121. 131 : Co-ed Carnival Committee 181. 141 S8011 Rush Committee 111 : Junlor Prom Committee: Homecoming Committee 141: Captain, Unl- versity Brigade 181. First Lieutenant, Infantry. A. E. F. 0'r'ro GRESENS West Chicago Accountancy Kappa Delta Rho: Beta Gamma Sigma. Adelphic: Commerce Club: Junior Prom Committee: Homecoming Executive Commit- tee: Senlor Informal Dance Committee. S. N. T. C.. University of Illinois. ANDRUS OLIVER GRIFFITH ASh1t0'lI. ', General Business Beta Gamma Sigma. University Orchestra 111. 121, 181, 141. RACHEL M. GRIFFI1-H Madison, Wis. Music Bethany Circle: Mu Kappa Alpha: Kappa Delta Pl. Woman's Glee Club 121, 131 : Student Council. Woman's League 141: Illiola. n HoRAcE F. GRIMM St. Louis, Mo. General Business Alpha Delta Phi. Ku Klux Klan: Class Baseball 111: As- sistant Track Manager 121 : Assistant Intra- mural Manager 181. CHARLES HAROLD GRovEs Champaign General Business - Theta Delta Chl. X Machine Gun 0. T. C. HENRY ALEXANDER GULLEY Urbana Mechanical Engineering Pl Tau Sigma: Scabbard and Blade. Captain. University Brigade: Freshman Varsity Football. Second Lieutenant, Air Service. U. S. A. SANFORD JOSEPH GULLEY Urbana Mechanical Engineering Acacia: Pi Tau Sigma: Sigma Tau. Sergeant Ordnance Corps, U. S. A. CAROL GUMM Mafrseilles Liberal Arts cmd Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta. 1Woman's Athletic Association: Basketball 111. 1217385211811 111. 181. 141. EDNA MYRTLE GUSTAFSON .Joliet , Liberal Arte and Sciences Chemical Club: Jamesonian. A ILLINOIS 'ifaaebeeecbaqaaam QQPQPQDQPQPQPQPQDQDQDIL, THE IQQQ ILLIO 1g2l:H E'-Y GLASS? OF'-'g1',9'31 Joi-:N HILMER Gus'rAFsoN. - 'i Chicago Architectural Engineering lfrlvate. Infantry. U. S. A. , ' -V , . . , x v IVAN LYLE HMG A Mazon 'JMU L" r 'Chemistry 1, L PM 'Lambda Upsllon. ' EL,-1 QM Chemical Club. ,' r"'. ' S.' A. T. C.. University of Tlllnolsrl .,, .. 1 AH:-:LEN Lucius HAGAN Cliofqnpaign -' Liberal'i4rtd35ncl Soiencea ' Theta Phi Alpha. - Senior Memorial Committee. HUGH FISHER HALR: I U Bement N. Agrirrultura Agriculture Club. ,, , fg S. A. T. C., Unlversltyof Illlnoln. WILIJIAM E. HALLAUER Davenport, Ia. A ' Archfiteotural Engineering 4 'Alpha Rho chi. ' ' , , R, Q. T.. ,Cv Unlversltypf Illinois. , , 7 7 Il 'fll3glr'.T ' A .DOROTHY MAY HAMERHI Emporia, Kan. ' " ' , Home Economics I Home Economics cldbil , . WARREN CATLIN HAMILL . , M00'i88a General Business N ' Military Ball Committee wi-rl Captain, " University Brigade 133: Major Ml., Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U. S., A. RUTH F. HAMMOND Frankfort, Ind. 1 '- ' Home 'Economics Q -AlDha'Delta Pl. ' ' Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee: Senlor Repregentatiye. Woman's League. HAMPSON' SSL Louis, Mo. I' Home 'Eoonoiiiog . I . 'Le Cercle Francais: Chemloal Club. A JCSEPHINE F.,H.ugnEsgrY.. 7 fHonier ' "' 'Liheralv'Ay:tsg qnglgsgienessg , U '.Chl Omega. ' 1-' -A f'- , 'F Psyihology Club: Centro -Llqezfarlo. Espanol : . Baske ball 113 : Hoqlcey C27 3, Chairman. ,f,XSXoman's League"DS11ce Committee .00 : Y. . C.,-A.' Committee ,IBM Homecoming Com- mittee fin. m'.'.I. gf g 1 .f, 'rf' ILLINOIS DQbQDQDQDQb3QbQbQDQDl5 W " l P- ....o...x....L..L..fE AGEQDSQQ 139965 QD QD QD -"-ED H THE IQQQ ILLIO A THE" CLASS'..0F' 1921, , WILLIAM T. HARDING .,. 'Champaign Chemistry Chemical Club. , - U. S. Navy. , I V 4 HELEN, WATTS HARLAND A. , Urbana ' - ' -Home Economics ' ' ' Alpha Chl Omeza. V Shi-Ai: Home Economics Club: Woman's Athletic -Association: Hockey 111, 121. 181. 4 1-lj : Y. W. C. A. Social Committee 181. HUGH BROOKS HARRISON Bl00mingt01l General Business - ' ' Glee and Mandolin Club 145: Class Foot- ball 11J, 123: Captain 11l.' S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. RUTH HARRISON Bloomington Home Economics ' ROBERT LOCKE HASBROOK Hinsdale General Business Delta Kappa Epsilon. Glee and Mandolin.Club.: Pierrots. USeg:orXi -Lieutenant, Quartermaster Corps. . . . HELEN LUCILE HASTINGS ' Moline Liberal Arts and Sciences Aehoth. Homecoming Committee 181 : Student Coun. ell. Woman's League 185. EDITHV HENRIETTA HAUMERSEN Chicago , Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Alpha Delta Ps. SIMEON EDWIN HEILBRON ' Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau. -. Lieutenant. University Brigade. 183. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. WALTER CHAMP HELPER Henry Agriculture , Farm House. - Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. ' , S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. HILARION G. HENARES Philippine Islands Mechanical, Engineering Cosmopolitan Club. ' . Philippine' Illini. 5 ' 'IL.l.INOISl Ci1l"a"Qb"'a"e:"d5'a:"ea""a:"Q:"e" ID4bQb4bQPQb34b4DQDQbfL, THE If-D22 ILLIO THE CLASS OF ,1921 THOMAS EDWARD HENLEY Mattoon Aarimdbure Delta Sigma Phl: Alpha Zeta. Prellmlnary Honors. ' Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. A. MABEI. F. HENRY ACrawfo'rdsville, Ind. Home Economics Alpha Omlcron PI. ' JEAN HEREIN Hefrfrzn I Liberal Arts and Sciences . Alpha Tau Alpha: Bethany Circle: Student- Council. Woman'a League Ml: Woman's Athletic'AsaocIatIon: Baseball 183. , ' HENRY JULIUS HERRMANN Chicago ' ' Electrical Engineering Pl Pl Rho. Electrical Engineering Society: Captain. University Brigade. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. LEE CONRAD HERWIG my Ashton ' Civil Engineering Triangle: Scabbard and Blade. Military Ball Committee 121 : 'Junior Prom Committee' E I l D C I . ng neer ng ance omm ttee 183: Civil Engineering Club. Second Lleutenant. Infantry, U. S. A. Doms EDNA HEss Cmzpaign ' Music Women's Glee Club. LESTER S. IHESS 'V -Greencastle., Pa. Aaricultural Education Horticulture Club: Silver Star Club. Sergeant. Coast Artillery Corps, A. E. F. EDWIN B. HEWES. Barvourvwlle, Ky. Liberal Arte and Sciences AdelphIc:CaptaIn. University Brigade 183, ID. S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. Q IRVING HAMMONDAHILI. Hammond, Ind. Industrial Administration Lleutenantf Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. A. RAYMOND MAX HILL Vincennes, Ind. - Agriculture ' Alpha Delta Phi. Class Basketball 183. ' ILLINOIS DQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQPQDI? gwee ereaaeaepeeeeeoa 3 THE 1922 11.1.10 7THE CLASS. OF 1 92.1 ALMON WILKINSON HINDS Decatur Civil Engineering Triangle: Tau Beta Pl: Sigma Tau. Clflgvll Engineering Society: University Glee u . - Sergeant, Engineers, A. E. F. HARRIETTE Loxs HODGES Rook' Island Commercial and Civic Secretary Gamma Epsilon Pl. Woman's Welfare Committee 183. HORACE.MULFORD HODGSON Rockford Journalism Sachem: Sigma Delta Chi: Pl Delta Epsilon. Lambda'Tau Rho: Daily Illini Staff 113, 123, 183 : Managing Editor 143. ARTHUR E. HOHENSTEIN Bloomington - Law ' Concordia. Law Club: Choral Society. ELISABETH WARNER Horxr' Chicago Home Economics Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mortarboard. Shi-Ai: Hockey 123 : Junior Representative, Woman's League 183: Vice-President, 183. President 143. HERBERT EDWARD Hom. Wheaton ' General Business Beta Gamma Sigma. Preliminary Honors. , American Expeditionary Force. NELLIE HoL'r Greenup Home Economics Omicron Nu. . Home Economics Club: Student Councll, Woman's League 143. INA LUCILLE HOLTERMANN Sadorufs Home Economics Alpha Omlcron Pi. Home Economics Club: Lake Geneva Club: Second Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. 133 : First Gab- inet, Y. W. C. A. 143 : Shi-Al: Student Coun- cll, Woman's League 143: Treasurer. Senior -Illlnae: Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee. WILLIAM B. HOLTON Olmsted Falls, Ohio Chemistry Phi Lambda Upsllon. - Chemical Club. 1 S. A. T. C., University of Illlnols. GLEN LEFEVRE HoovEn Sterling General Business Chl Phl. 1 - Intersoholastlc Manager 143. ILLINOIS 'iaaoesaeeapebeez IQQGDQQPKQDKQDEQQQDLQDEQBE QD! THE 1922 ILLIO :THE 'VCL-413-S -OF .1'R-91' RUTH 1RENE-Hoovnn . ,Lomnglon Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta: Alpha Sigma Nu: Kappa Delta Pi: Mortarboard. . -3' A - Woman's Athletic Association: Basketball 111. Q27. Captain ITD: Baseball Ill. 421. Captain 131: Hockey III. 121. ISI. Captain HJ: Bq lim: ID. 123. 437: Manmrer. Bowlinsz gi: Tennis. Simzles Champion Ili, 121: Doubles Champion Ill. 121: Treasurer, Sophomore Illlnae: Vice-President. Senior Illlnae: Vice-President. Woman's Athletic Association MJ. HELEN HOPPING Glen Ellyn Education RUTH J. HOPPING Glen Ellyn Floriculture Gamma Pi Alpha. 'Florlculture Club: Woman's Athletic Asso- ciation: Agriculture Club: Basketball ISD: Varsity Baseball ISD: Co-ed Carnival Com- mittee Hi. - WARREN R. HOUGH Chicago General Buninens Sigma Chl: Alpha Kappa Psi. Ku Klux Klan: Commerce Club. U. S. Naval Aviation. CLARA ANNE HOUNSLEY Carlirwille Home Ecanomicn Delta Gamma. Woman's Athletic Association. ARTHUR M. Housr-IR, JR. Oak Park ' Mechanical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi: Tau Beta Pl: Pl Tau Sigma. Student Branch, A. S. M. E. S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. RUSSELL WILSON Hovav Capron Agriculture Agriculture Club: Horticulture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Choral Society. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. WILLIAM CLAYTON HowE Mansfield Agriculture Farm -House. ' Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. LAURENCE HOYERN Battle Creek, Ia. V Banking . S. A. T. C., Iowa State College.. BOHNMILLAQ HRDIQICKA ' Rockford Liberal Artnrand Sciences ILLINOIS bQbdbQDQDQb393QDQDl? fildbebaseeaoeapeoebwe THE 1922 IWLLIO THQE CLASS- OF 1 sferr CHIEN HsUN"HUANc Canton, China Railway Administration Chinese Students Club: Asiatic Society. v., . , , JOHN HUBER e Urbana ' 'General Business Lofns WILLIAM HUBER - LaSalle Mining Engineering Kappa Delta Rho. PMining Society: American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers: Ameri- ' can Association of Engineers: Spalding Guild: Freshman Varsity Football. V 3flS. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. EUGENE STEWART HUFFMAN Rockford Chemistry V, Alpha Chi Sigma . ' University Band 413. 421. P1-lvateL A.- E. F. ALBERTA 'HUGHES Sullivan - Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Kappa Kappa Gamma. ' " HENRY LOREN HUGHES Fable Grove .f f- Agriculture , - ' 'Sigma Nu. ' n i Football Freshma Vars ty . S. A. T. C.. Lombard College.. H.,GORDON HULLFISH Washmgton, D.C. W Liberal Arts 'ami Sciences Chi Psi: Sachem:-1 Sigma Delta Chi: Pl Delta Epsilon. Comitatus: Adelphia: News Editor Daily Illini 421. 131: Managing Editor Summer Illini 125: Gold Star Tree Memorial Com- 'mittee 131: Chairman Publicity Dad's Day Committee 141 : Scrlbblex-'s Club. Sergeant Medlcal'Corns,: U. S. A. f GRACEMARIA HUNSCHE Chicago " , ,A Home Econo-mics A Lake Geneva' Club: l HAnor.p,L. Hum-on Crawfordsfville, Ia. .V 1 Liberal Arts and' Sciences A 'A S. A: T. 'C.. Iowa Wesleyan College. RALPI-IMININFIELD IBENFELDT ., Chicago - Mechanical Engineering I Li f Sigma:-Tau-:I Pl Tau, Sigma. Q. .V ' .Student Branch, ,A. ,S. IM., E.: Techno- 81'HI1h.'.Btaf'f.Ml-f,'.r1i:-M. Inari 1 lI.L.INOIS 0333333345836 'D4bQbQbQbQbQbQDQDQDQ9fQ, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS -OF 1921 ROBERT A. IDE Washington, D.C. General Business Phi Kappa Sigma: Alpha Kappa Psi. Drum Major. University Military Band 133. C43- Second Lieutenant. Fleld Artillery U. S. A. Cmrronn R. ILLYES Tipton, -Ind. Agriculture I Beta Delta Sigma. Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Horticulture Club. U. S. Navy. Emp EMLLY IRELAND Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences P1 new Pm. SEICHI IsoBE , Japan ' Industrial Administration Cosmopolitan Club. American Association Engineers. DONALD LEE JACOBS Trifvoli Mechanical Engineering Student Branch, A. S. M. E. WALTER ROBERT JAMES Oak Park General Business S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. E1-HEL JAMiEsoN .New York City, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. ' CLARENCE P. JASPERSON Topeka, Kan. Liberal Arts and Sciences Homecoming Committee 00: Dad'a Day Committee Ml : Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 40. Sergeant. Quartermaster Corps. U. S. A. RIC!-lARD W. J EFFERY Washington Agricultural Educatnkm Freshman Varsity Water Basketball 18l: - Water Basketball Ml: Swimming 143: All around "I": Agriculture Club: Horticulture Chab "Aig3'i Gee? Club 1-il: Unlverslty Glee an an o n ub Ml. Private. Medical Corps, A. E. F. CARTER JENK1Ns Texarkana, Ark. Civil Engineering Scabbard and'Blade: American Association' of Engineers: A. B.. Hendrix College. 1915. Captain, Field Artillery. A. E. F. ILLINOIS DQQQDQDQDQPQQQDQDQPQDK? filabobaoacebecqocbqaae THE 1922 ILLIO 1'HEa CLASS or 19211 HAROLD PATRICK JENNETT Streator Electrical Engineering Phl Kappa. A . Scabbard and Blade: Spalding Guild: Elec- trical Englneerlng Society: Captain, Univer- sity Brigade KBJ, 147. USc3:ozXi Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps. VIRGIL T. JESSEN Alto Pass Agriculture Alpha Zeta: Tribe of Illini. Varsity Wrestling 185, Captain Ml: Ag- riculture Club: Horticulture Club. MARION L. J EWELL Colorado Sprzngs,Col. Liberal Arts and Sciences Centro Literario Espanol: Le Cercle Fran- cais: Poetry Society: Spanish Play. FRANK JosaPH JIRKA Chicago Electrical Engineering ' Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Tau. Glee and Mandolin Club 181: Secretary. Electrical Engineering Society HD, President I-il : Student Branch A. I. E. E.: Freshman Varsity Baseball: Technograph Staff. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. FRED EMU. JOHANSEN Chicago Architectural Engineering Delta Sigma Phi. K Usgcogd Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, JESSE RAY JOHNS Rockford , Chemistry Kappa Delta Rho. t Chemical Club: Freshman Frolic Commit- ee. , ' S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. ARNO CHARLES JoHNsoN Donovan 'Electrical Engineering Gamma- Sigma Kappa. Electrical nglneerinz Society. ' S. A. T. C..' niversity of Illlnols. CARL WILHELM JOHNSON Batavia Banking Second Lieutenant. Quartermaster Corps, A. E. F. ELMER THOMAS JoHNsoN Rockford Banking Chl Beta: Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Alpha Kappa Psi: Tribe of Illini. Freshman Varsity Football: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Freshman Varsity Base- ball: Varsity Baseball 12, fill, Captain 647: Varsity Basketball C2J: Commerce Club: Dad's Day Committee MJ: Honor Commls. sion 183, Chairman 1-il. S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. - Evanarr LoU1s JoHNsoN St. Charles Agriculture Farm,House: Alpha -Zeta. ' Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. ILLINOIS W33363333031 'TDQ9QDQbQPQPQbQbQPQDC2bI7,, THE IQQQ ILLIO :PHE CLASS or isbn ' , , uiizw HAROLD URBAN JOHNSON Anchor . , -Asfmrwwr . ' Theta Chl: Beta Alpha Psi. , S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. RALPH N. JoHNsoN Knoxville Landscape Architecture Scarab: University Landscape Architecture Society. Serzeant. Air Service, A. E. F. CLARENCE MEI.VILLE JOHNSTON Warsaw Agriculture Agriculture Club. ' American Expeditionary Force. ELIZABETH S. JoNEs Raymond Education CARL JULINE Des Moines, la. Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi. Seaman. U. S. Navy. PAUL KILBRIDE JUs'rUs Ipava A griculturu Farm House. Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. PAUL WILLIAM KA1sEa Chicago Banking Chl Psi: Sachem: Tribe ot Illini. Ku Klux Klan: Skull and Crescent: Comy merce Club: Freshman Varsity Baseball: Var- sity Baseball IZJ : Varsity Football 123 5 Senior Smoker Committee: President, Sopho- more Class. ROY L. KALVER Fort Wayne, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau: Pi Delta Epsilon. Daily Illini Stat! 427. 481: 1922 Illia Stan ID. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. HERMINA KAMMERMANN . Forrest Liberal Arts and Sciences JOHN KANEY ' Forreston Agriculture ' Kappa Delta Rho. Agriculture Club. ILLINOIS DQbQDdbQDQDQbQb3QPQDlSO .3s3y.f.ife2apoaea:,e'o9ab.:p,abp:aQbaa W! .1 .11 X -is J' 4,1 2 5 .1 N. 4 a wi, s ,o THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS' or 119211 CHARLES EVERETT KECK 'Champaign ' Lino Chl Phi: Phi Alpha, Delta. Mask and Bauble: Plez-rots': Siren Staff 111, 121: Illio Staff 121: Cast, "The Mob , "Pair of Sixers". "Pair of Queens". "The New York Idea", Corporal, Air Service. A. E. F. CHARLES E. KEEVIL Kansas City, Mo. Railway Electrical Engineering American Association of Englneers: Rail- way Club: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet . NINA KEITH Peowki Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta. Alethenae: Le Cercle Francais. INEz JUANITA KELLY Greenup Home Economics Delta Delta Delta. Home Economics Club: Student Council. Woman's League. WILLARD WAHL KELSEY Sterling Accountancy Kappa Delta Rho: Beta Gamma Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi. Commerce Club. ' P Second Lieutenant. Field Artillery. U. S. A. ROBERT LYNCH KEMLER Elgin Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu. . Spalding Guild: Electrical Engineering Society: Junior Smoker Committee: Senior Informal Committee. S. A. T. C., University ot' Illinois. FQRREST EvEaE'r'r KENDALL Victoria Chemistry - Phi Lambda' Upsllon. ' PAULINE M. KENNEDY Waverly Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Council, Woman's League 131: Woman's Welfare Committee 181, 141. RICHARD EUGENE KENT ' U'l'bIl'YLtl Music Phi Sigma Kappa: Mu Kappa Alpha. University Military Band 111. 121. 181. 141: University Glee Club 11.1. 181. 141: University Orchestra 121: Hobo Band Com- mittee 141. W. -H. KETELHUT South Haven, Mich. A i Electrical Engineering ca ' ca. Electrical Engineering E Society. Lieutenant. Field Artlllery,'U.' S. A. C' I 1 . if bf . gi. I an ILLINOIS CWD 3490493345331 5634533363330 THE IQQQ ILLIO 'THE. CLASS OF 1921: CLARENCE Tnorr Knsnan. Streator Agriculture Tau Delta Tau. Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: "Ag" Dance Committee 121, 181, 141. RAYMOND COLONIUS KILLEFER Urbana Chemistry Alpha Chl Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon. HUnlverslty Glee Club 481. C41 : Preliminary onors. RALPH SIDNEY KILPATRICK Elmwood General Business Acacia. Private, Coast Artillery, U. S. A. FLORENCE ADA KIMMELSHUE Ma7tte7t0 Home Economics Home Economics Club: Lake Geneva Club: Senior Memorial Chimes Committeerh Senior Informal Committee. WILLIAM M. KIMMELSHUE Ma1llen0 Agriculture . Alpha Gamma Rho. Agriculture Club': Freshman Varsity Bas- lzgliballz Memorial Tree Planting ,Committee Sergeant. Alr Service, A. E. F. BURTON ELDRED KING Plymouth Agriculture Delta Phi. Seaman. U. S. Naval Reserve. GEORGE H. KINGSBURY Imiumapolls, Ind. General Business , Sigma Chi. U. S. Ambulance Corps, A. E. F. NELLE A. KIRBY Eureka Music Mu Kappa Alpha. Illlola: Second Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. 141: Student Council. Woman's League 181: Woman's Glee' Club l11, 121, 181, 441. WARREN LYoNs Kmav 1 Hull General Business Chi Beta. . . . S.' N. T.',0., University of Illinois. THoMAs E. Knunwrmcx , ' Clayton ' ' ' ,Agriculture - A8rleulture'Club, J Q " Corporal,1Engineersp A. E. F. ' ILLINOIS D3QDQbQDQb303QPQDL? QIQbQbQPQbQDQbQD4b4D4DG THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS - CIF 1921 'ROSINA KISTNER Indianapolis, Inol. ' Home Ecgmomics ' Kappa KappaAGamma. Q -1 '- V HARRY WILLIAM KLAMSER . Aurora F H Agriculture. arm ouse. . , Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Illinois Agriculturist Stal! 133: 'SAg" Dance Committee 123, 1833-' Chairman 143: Junior Prom Committee: Homecoming Committee 143. ' S. A. 'T. C.. University of Illlnols. GEORGE M. KLEDERI, JR. Marion, Ind. . General Business . Beta Theta Pl. ' BIEI. Klux Klan: Freshman Varsity Basket- I fs' 5. asecond Lieutenant, Infantry. U. S. A. ' CLARENCE EDWARD KOHLER DeKalb General Business ' Alpha Delta Phi: Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Alpha Kappa Psi. Skull and Crescent: Pierrot: Manager, Football 143 :Junior Assistant Football Man- ager: Class Baseball 113. 1237 Sophomore Cap Committee: Commerce Club: Junior Mix- er Committee. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. STELLA MELITA KoHN ' Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. .. EDWIN MARTIN KOHNER " Chicago General Business ' Class Baseball 113, 123: Class Basketball 113. 123. 133. All-around "I". S. N. T. C.. University of, Illinois. IALBERT CONRAD KOLMER Waterloo Agriculture Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Class Football 183. 143 : Class Soccer 183. WILLIAM KENNETH Korr Chicago General Business Alpha Sigma Phi: Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Bstglfamma Sigma: Alpha Kappa Psi: Trlbe o n . , , Varsity Football 113, 123. Captain 183: Varsltylf Baseball 113, 123, 183, 143: Varsity Basketball 113. 123. ,183 : Commerce Club. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. V ALBERT ALVA KRAL . 1 Chicago I... . Electrical Engineering I ' Anubis. Y ' .. American Assoclatlomof Engineers. U. S. Naval Reserve. - - MAx WILLIAM, KRAMER East St. Louis ' - ' Law " ' ' ' Phi Epsilon Ph' '. '- m., Adelphlc: Menorah 'f.Soclety:. 'Freshman ' "Frollc Commlftteealunlor Councilman. Illinois 1 , Union. 183 :ISenior7 Councilman . 143.11 .- S. A. T. C., University. of Illinois. :I . ILLINOIS QDGDSQGQPQDQDQQQI 1 eaaaebaabaeeaaeabaan THE 1922 11.1.10 Q THE CLASS OF 1921 HOWAED ANDREW KRUEGER Blue Island Industrial Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon. GEORGE FRANK KRUPKA Chicago - General Business Lambda Chl Alpha. S. A. T. C., University of Illlnols. JOHN M. KUMLER Bloomington Agriculture Sigma Chl: Scabbard and Blade. Polo Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Agricul- ture Club: Cadet Hop Committee 14? : Home- coming Committee 141: Senior Hobo Band Committee: Captain, University Brigade 147- Enslgn, U. S. Naval Reserve. GEORGE-ANTON LAAD1' Chicago "M Chemistry 4 Chemical Club: Class Swlmmlng 181: Illinois Chemist Stall. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinols. ROBERT E. LACKLAND Pafrma, Idaho Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa. Nu. . - Electrical Engineering Society. S. 'A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ERIC WILLARD LAGER .Chicago Mechanical Engineering Pl Pl Rho. ' . W Student Branch, A. S. M. E.: American Association of Engineers: Captain. Univer- sity Brigade 181: Major 143. ROBERT WAYNE LAMBER1' Rushvllle ' ' Agriculture Sigma Phi Sigma. 1 Agriculture Club: Junior Cap Committee: University Military Band 111, 123. CLYDE' E. LAND Greenfield Agriculture ' Private. Motor Transport Corps. A. E. F. WALTER EDWARD LANG 1 St. Louie., Mo. Industrial Administration Washington University 111,-123. MAURINE Esrnmla -ALANTZ Congwville Home Economics 'T " 1 Alpha'0mlcron Pl. . ' ' ' ' 'Home 'Economics Clubz: Woma.n's Gleeftllubs Lake Geneva Club: Baseball' 183 :I Memorial Tree Committee.-1' ' " I ' I .' U ILLINOIS DQbQbQbQDQbQbQb3QDQDL? QQbQbQbQbQbQbdDGb4D4bQ TI-IE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 Fr.oYn CONWAY LARIMER Oskaloosa, Ia. General Business Phi Gamma Delta: Tribe of Illini. Ku Klux Klan: Skull and Crescent: Com- merce Club: Freshman Varsity Football, Varsity Football 123, 443: Senior Smoker Committee.. Second Class Quartermaster, U. S. Navy. 0'r'ro THEODORE LAUBE Chicago An bi Electrical Engineering u s. Electrical Engineering Society: American Association of Engineers: American Institute of Electrical Engineers. WALTER W. LAUTERBACH Bushnell Education Alpha Sigma Phi. Second Lieutenant. Infantry. U. S. A. JOSEPH P. LAWLER Miller, S. D. Civil Engineering American Association of Engineers: Spald- ing Guild. Captain, Infantry. U. S. A. Q LELAND LAMONT LAWRENCE Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Student Volunteer Band. Corporal. Field Artillery, A. E. F. FLORENCE LEE Reynolds Home Economics Illiola: First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 113: Home Economics Club: Hockey 123. JAMES WHITNEY LEEMING Chicago Electrical Railway Engineering Sigma Chl: Theta Tau. EARL HENRY LEMENAGER Ashkum Law Phi Gamma Delta. Freshman Varsity Track. UO. T. C.. U. S. Army. ALDEN G. LEWIS Green Bay, Wis. Chemistry Delta Phi: Alpha Chi Sigma. Chemical Club: Illinois Chemist' Business Stat! 423. Infantry 0. T. C.. U. S. A. ARIIENIAS MonEE LEw1s Camp Point ' - Home Economics ILLINOIS G2!Qb Qb QbQDQb3Q1 FD4bQbQbQbQP4b4b4DQDQbfg THE IQQQ ILLIO . THE CLASS OF 1921 SAMUEL 'ARTHUR A JLICHTMANIQJ' "5 Chicago Architectural :Engineering 'T Sigma' Alpha Mu.. ' -- 'A Architectural Club: El Clrculo Espanol: Captain, Unlverelty Brigade fill. Lieutenant. Field- ArtIllery,.U. S. A. ' -RUSSELL W.'LINDEN - Muskegon, Mich. 'Education 1I'1"' + Phi Sigma Kappa.-' Freshman Varsity Football: 'Varsity Foot- : ball 12h : Freshman Varsity Swimming: Var- sity Swimming !2l. . ' BERTRAND H. LINDLEY Vicksburg, Miss. ' Mining Engineering WILLIAM F. Locxwoon ,Kankakee Industrial Administration Phi: Kappa, Psi: 'Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Agpha Kappa Psl. ambda Tau Rho: Ku Klux Klan: Skull and Crescent: Commerce Club: Freshman Varsity Track: Junior Assistant Track' Manager: Junior Assistant Circus Manager: Clroul Manager Ml: Junior Cap Committee: War Memorial:-Committee: Chairman. Dad's Day Finance Committee: Homecoming Executive Committee HI: President. Athletic Board of Control 141: Student Council, Illinois Union 147: Chairman. Commerce Smoker Com- mittee MJ. Ensign. U. S. Navy. l GERALD ALBERT LOFQUIST Chicago f Mechanical Engineering PI Pi Rho: PI Tau Sigma. American Society. of Mechanical Engineers: American Association of Engineers: Cast, "Perpetual Emotion." Second Lieutenant. Field Artillery,-U. S. A. WALTER EARL LOOMIS . Makamla Agriculture Horticulture Club: Agriculture Club: All- ' around "I" 183. Private, Engineer Corps. A. E. F. PHILIP SHUMWAY 'LoRn Evanston General Business Beta Theta Pl: Alpha Kappa Psi. Skull and Crescent: -Commerce Club: Sophomore Cap Committee: Junior Council- man, Illinois Union. , . ISABELLE MARTHA LOSEE Chicago . Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi 'Omega :I Mortarboard. ShiyAl: Woman's Athletic Association: Hockey Ill. 123, Captain 185 : Baseball 111, 12I. 187 : Bowling 127. Q83 : Basketball l2I. 183, Captain MJ : Junior Mixer Committee: Junior Chimes Committee: Wonian's Welfare h ,Committee 183 : Senior Invitation Committee: Vice-President. Junior llllnae: Student Coun- cll, Woman's League MJ. PERCY DAVID LOURASH 'Champaign . ' Agriculture . Agriculture Club. . . - Infantry. U. S. Army. 3 CLARENCE B. LOVELL Libertyville Q- 'U Chemical'E'ngtneering- - - . - - Alpha Chl Sigma: Kappa Psl: Phi Lambda Upsilon. ' Corporal. E. 0. C.. U. S. A. ILLINOIS QGFQDQDQDQFQQDQDQD L? Qebeoeoebebqbeaereb g THE IQQQ ILLIO ROBERT FIIQLMORE ,LOKETT Chafmpazgn '1 . '+ 1 :.' Chemsatrylj Delta Tau Delta: Pl Delta- Epsilon. Business Manager, Siren: Chemistry Club: - Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '1B1. 141 :-Junior Coun- cil, Illinois Union: Homecoming Committee 181, 141 : Senior Memorial Committee: Senior Informal Committees ' HARRY ARTHUR LUER A Alton Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho. ' ' ' . DOROTHY E. LUMLEY Champazgn Chemistry . Alpha Chi Omega: Iota Sigma Pi: Mortar- board. Alethenai: Chemical Club: Mathematics Club: Le Cercle Francais: Woman's Athletic Association 111, 121, 181, 141: Champion- ship Tennis Doubles 121 : Woman's Manager, Homecoming 141: General Woman's -League Mixer Manager 181: Y. W. C. A. Meetings Committee 111. 121: Membership Committee 181 : Woman's League Mixer Committee 121 : "Jeanne D'Arc" Committee 181 : Co-Ed' Car- nival Committee 181: Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Committee 111: President.: Freshman Commission: Secretary, Woma.n's League 131 : Executive Council. Woman's League 181: Freshman Commission Council 181: First Council, Woman's League 181: Honor Com- mission 121, 131, Chairman 141: American Chemical Society. . JOSEPH GRAY LUMMIS 'Qutncy 1' 1 Accountancy 'H' ' Theta Chi. Scabbard and Blade: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Freshman Varsity Baseball: Soph- , omore Smoker Committee: Lieutenant, Uni- ' versity Brigade 131: Major 141. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. HELEN CHARLOTTE LYNCH Mattoon General Business , Theta Phi Alpha: Gamma Epsilon Pi. Woman's Welfare Committee. - - LAURA HOLMAN LYTLE ,,Byron Liberal .lirtzi and Sciences '- MERWYN QUINCY LYTLE Quzncy General Business Theta Chi: Pl Delta Epsilon: Alpha Alpha Alpha. - ,.' Illlo Staff 111. 121: Illini Staff 111: ,Sophomore Cap Committee: Sophomore Cotil- llon Committee: Homecoming Committee 1,81 : l Junior Prom Co ittee.: , . . . S. A. T. C., Illlniversity of Illlnoisp ' FLAIRA Omrr MCCALLISTER Pafmle Liberal Arts and' Sciences Delta Delta Delta. . . ADELE BURTON MCCLELLAND Clmton General Business '--- Sigma Kappa. , Hockey 111. 121. 181. 1341:-Bowling 111, 121: Y. W. 'Cz A. Mem ershlp Committee 1215, 181: Finance Committee 181: Seni r Mmlorial Committee: Senior'.Informal,.Co1ri- m ee. , . ' HEARL LERQY MGQLUR 1.Van.,Wert, Ohio ' ' ' .Electr'wa' l' 'alnae'rind:-""' Pl. P1 Rhorsimm Ta 1 Eta'Kabpa"Nu. Electrical Engineering Society, Infantry, 0. T. C.. U. S. Army. ILLINOLIS GUQPQDQQPQQDQDQDQDQPQ HFQDQPQDQDQPQQQQFQPQDIQC THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF' 1921 EDGAR Jossrn MCDONALD Chicago Architectural Engineering! Alpha Chl: Scarab. 'Architectural Club: Spalding Gulld: Tech- nograph Stat! : Gargoyle. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. MERRITT DEWEY MCDOWELL Centralw General Business Ilus. WILBUR MCGEHEE Urbana Landscape Gardening University Landscape Architects' Society. Private, Ambulance Corps, French Army. LAWRENCE PHILIP MCGRATI-I Woosung Foreign Commerce Foreign Trade Club: Spalding Guild. Private, Field Artillery, A. E. F. CHARLES D. MCGREGOR Oskaloosa, Ia. General Business Phl Gamma Delta. Skull and Crescent: Daily Illinl Staff KD, Iii: 1920 Illlo Staff: Senior Chimes Com- mttee. ROBSON D. MCINTYRE Wilmington General Business Tau Delta Tau. Senior Hat Committee: Cast "Jeanne D'Aro" 183. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. JoHN Kean. MCKINNEY Clinton - General Business Chl Beta. Class Basketball Ill. IZI: Class Football C83 : Junlor Mixer Committee: Senior Infor- mal Committee: Assistant Cheerleader ISI. Second Lieutenant, Infantry. U. S. A. ORLYN Omvxm MCLEISH Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha. S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. ETHEL MAE MCMILLAN Macomb Horns Economics A Wovms.n's Welfare Committee. Lotus WILLIAM MCMILLAN .Macomb , ,Q I Aarioulture Agriculture Club: "Ag" Dance Committee. - US. N. T. C., Unlverslty of Illlnols. , . ILLINOIS oebapapapabeebabdbebx? Q3QD3Qbd9QbQD4D4D3Q THE IQQQ ILLIO Wilt' GGAQSAQF 445231 , , A WL ' 'll K . xW'L?1g35A.Ei.'a5d sgmigf' e' fy. RALPH TOLIVAR MCQMN -,Salem , - Jem. iam ' 3 slam Pm sigma: lggiwdn-Da: 'Pl' Delta , ,E Along... igma, Delta. ., . - in llbaily' Isini Stal! 1132 125. NBWB Editor 123, 187. Editor-in-Chief 14l.: Dad's Day Committee 141: Publicity Committee, Illinois Union 147: Illlnois Union Elections Com- , mitgeet all : if-Iczlrseooming Committee 1471 ' Stu en ounc . ""' " U. S. N.-Reserve. l Esrnmn Lee McVAY I Barry ,. f -A 'Liberal Artsfaznd Sciences.- Gamma. Phi Beta. . Alethenaiji Mathematics Cluli. ' H , I I 1 1 . I GEORGE ROBERT MACH Brookfield ' General Business - Corporal: Field. Artillery. A. E. F. Devin Knnusa MALCOLMSON Urbana ' T igaLib9'lE1:.l arts and lgegancgg' ' A au ppa ps on, au . Y.' M. C. A. Cabinet 117. 12l. 187. 141. President 181, Board of Directors 121, 181: Student Council 183: Class Swimming 113, . 1121. 1831: Homecoming Committee 141: Mine ' ing Society: Marine Club: Co-Ed Carnival Commltt ' ee 141. Gunnery Sergeant, Marine Corps...U. S. A. WILLIAM MALKMUS Kansas. City, Mo. - General Business , , Sigma Phi Sigma: Beta Gamma Sigma: Beta Alpha Psl: Tribe of Illini. 'N 1 Commerce Club: Freshman Varsity Water ' 'Basketball: Varsity Water Basketball ' 181: 145: Class Swimming 111. 12l. 133. 143: 1920 Illio Stat! 1273 Sophomore Cap Com- mittee: Sophomore S'moker'Committee: Lieu- tenant University Brigade 127. 2 Coast Artillery U.. S. A. A ' MERTEN J. MANDEVILLE Terre Hante,Ind. l ' ' ' General Business . - Private, Air Service, A. E. F. JOHN CHARLES MANLEY 4 Chicago Eleotrival Engineering Phi -Kappa. ' ' ' sku1l,ana cmens: spaiaing Guild: Fresh- man Varsity' Football.: Junior Smoker Com- mittee: Senior Memorial Committee. QLAIR TAMBLYN A1lgA1gzNz,,, , , Manteno arwu ture Agriculture Club: Hoof- and Horn Club: Sophomore Cap Committee.. ' ,. 'S.'A. '.l'.' C.. University of Illinois.- FELIX AD. 'MAMMLZA Islands ,, ,, ..,-Tl, V .4 T6 - Y' J.. f"' Cosmobolitan Clugr- . - 4 - ' Philippine, Illlnl: Agriculture Club: Asiatic Society: -Lieutenant. University Brigade. ILLINOIS CIJQDQDQQFSQDQDQDSGQ D3Qb6QPQbQbQb4Ddb3fL, TAI-IE IQQQ ILLIO NIE' CLASS IOF 1951 ISAl3EIQlM.MARQUEDANT 'Grass Lakalllicltz Agriculture, 1 , ' Gamma. Pl Alpha. ' fl ' ' ' Y Agriculture Club: Horticulture -Club. DONALD EDGAR Mmzoursg Bloomington ' Architectural Engineering . U Phi Gamma 'Diller Seeriib. gi I- E' GLENN Wniia MARQHALLSIQI ,Rutland H V General. Business' . Private, Ambulance Corps, A. E. F. Howmn C. MARTIN 'Grinnell fill I1i?S?Cff'..4"W famd t9"ffF'lc?'!a nf. Grlnnell College YQLJ g27, 433. - K .r. ?'..e' fl M A . WILLIAM HUGH MbARTIN', Cache 51 I ..wu1L,,,.,:..-1 Pl Kappa Alpha V Phi Alpha. Delta. ' '- Junior Assistant 'l'x-ack Manager: Comlta- tus: Homecoming Committee QSM.. Senior glIIi:ger'Commlttee: ,Junlor'Councllina.n, Llllinols n on. . , . . , . Second Lieutenant. Infantry.,-A. E. F, JAMES F. MARTINO I Dwllas, Texas General Business' ' Sigma Phi Epsilon. - 7 I Adelphicz Junior Councilman. Illinois Un- l lon ISI: American Legion: Sophomore Co- tllllon Committee: Homecoming Committee KSD, K4-I-: Senior-I Smoker CommitEee:Y-Illinois Union Dance Committee. M - DJALMA V.1MAn'r1Ns Sao :PFi1llo,'Brazil ' Liberal Arts and ScfeiIg'ef '. " I , Cosmopolltlin Club. f -. ' ' Club Latino-Americana: Le' Cercle F,ra.n- eals: Centro Llterario, Espanol: Class .Soccer ,, .ISL 143 :-French Play 411, QZI-. A ,HI T MARIE MARVEL . M Waynesville ' Q Liberalvftrts and Scieneesk X V JAMES BRYANT MASCN".' , Urbdmla , Liberal Arts and ,Seisneee 'I ' Phl Kappa Sigma.: 'Omega eta1,'Pl. , N ' Skull and Crescent: Smoker' Committee IZD. Second'Lieutehant. Infentryy U. S. A. V wx -. 2 :I A ' RODNEY'S.'MAS01S'f ff. Hzghldnd Pwrll Q . IL LiberdbaAHs and Soieneei' 'I f Psl Upsllons 'Bi' :Delta Epsilon. - f ' zekullaistndlxigrexsabengs: Ddil5i:aTlnI.gtait'l 617. 1 , ll 203199 Cf! l-- ,' '- fI'sley"cnee.-Ismael! mp, ffrmmmme sian.. coli: mittee: Junior Cap AGommlttee:,.Junior, Prom Committee: Chalrman',jClaia Scrap Commit- -, ,..teeiI41,'..m .. ..f-:.i.4. .: .. -I ,. I J S. 'AF T." ,C.. A Ufllverllltyh b!"'1lllnolsP"' " .. . ...-f.. .-. ILLINOIS b3QbQbQbQD3Qb33 4291? Q333Q54b3QD64b4bQ THE IQQQ ILLIO E isis 'bm-ss -of mi 7-'AM z - '- ALVIN GUGELER Munsws lDam:ille, Ia. . - General Business ' Slgrrui 'Phl Epsilon: Beta lemma Sigma. A elbhicg Centro,Literarlo Eapanol: Uni- versity Concert Bandplllini Sta C23 : Tele- graph Editor 1483 zdgym Teamv 443. -- ., . ,. . MAUNG .T ,gsm Ranjoon. Bufma ' 'Che1f,lloal'.Enainee1-ina :V ' X Hlndusthanl Students' Association: Chemi- cal Club: Class Soccer 113. -185. C-H. RAYMOND NDEWEY MAXSON' l Lgiochelle ef I A " Electriml Engineering I T ' Electrical Engineering , Society.: American Association of Engineers. , S. Al T. C., Bradleyiclytechnical Institute. DON WATERS MAY1-:UE , Palestine J 5 Electrical Engineering , Electrical -Enginees-ing Society. 'S. A. T. C.. Un-lvers ty of Illinois. ELSDON IAEYMANSMAYNARD A , Chicago 'H 'I 'Q' 'General Business' Acs.cla.L ' ' K Flyers Club: Sophomore Cotlllion' "Com- mittee 421. , 1 Second Lieutenant. Air Service, U. S. A. CARL ROBERTAIAMEGQYVEN g ' ,Alton U I T1 finankmn l . l. HYMANQMELEZER :Bayon1le,.'N. J. ' 'E '. scnemwm. ' V. ',,'QfF1'Qheniicgsl- Club: l9Ienosali"'Socjety: American Chemical Society. 5 s. ,A. Tr C.,LUnlvezjsity of Illinois..y- V -V MARJQRIE MENDENl?AI4Li V-Detro'it,1Mich. ' ,HH-. W .,, ,L1'beral'Artsl,:ilMd Scfcnqeail .." 'ffl -' A- 1 ,' F. ' if-'Z-?'lrilkL LU' vs s'1ffff!,!1.1. - SHANNON. 1M!En1vfErHE1ifi?..'--:'XSedc212ai.'Mm Q U . Avfphiteotuml' Enaineerifnawn mi .M Wx sigma Alphuivisds-ildxiv ,V . ..,, .,., - . 5,1 ... nbc!" L::.l: hszsugk- Th'-Q 5.11-lf! iff" MARY' ELINURQ lMERRY1llI6N l Elizaligtlitawn - -,-lzanmberaz--Afcq xmalsaiaiww. ILLINOIS CTQDQDQQDSQDQDQDQPSQS ID4DQbQbQDQD4D4b4b3QbI'Q, THE IQQQI ILLIO PHE 'CLASS' 1919! ALFRED HERMAN MEYER Venedy Liberal ,Arts ,lmdg-Sciences' -I 13-g Concordia. Chemical Club.--.. 1 f Corporal Ordnance Corps, U. S.1qA..': GEORGE L. N. MEYER Mzlwaukee, Was. ' , Mechafnical Engineering ' Tau Beta Pl: Sigma Tau: Delta Sigma Rho: Pl Tau Sigma. American Society of Mechanical Engin- eers: Adelphia: Editor. The Technozrsnh 141: Preliminary Honors: Varsity Debater 133- Eng. Reserve'Corps, University of llllnois. FRANK WILLIAM MEZEK Chwago Civil Engineering - Beta Delta Sigma: Theta Tau. - . . Clvll Engineering Society: American 'Asso- ciation of Engineers: Sophomore Assistant Baseball Manager: Sophomore Smoker Com- mittee: Junior Mixer Committee: Hobo Band Committee., 'I ' I ' ' ' S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. A I GEORGE E. MIppLE'roN Chwago Hezghts ,. Agriculture I A Farm House: Alpha Zeta. Freshman Varslty Track 111 : Varsity Track 1213 Azriculture Club. Alr Service. U. S. A. . MARGARET LESLIE MILES LaGrange Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Kappa Alpha. Theta. Centro Llterario Espanol: Le Cerele Fran- cais: Vice-President Sophomore Class. -x HELEN MILLER LaHa'rpe lliofne Economics GEORGE E. MILNER Plymouth, Ind. Accountancy ' 'Sigma Chl: Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Beta Gamma Sigma: Alpha Kappa Psi: Beta Al- pha Psl: Pl Delta Epsilon. Skull and Crescent: Commerce Club: Edl- tor-In-Chlef, 1921 Illlo 181 : Sophomore Assis- tant, '1920 Illlo: Homecoming J?ubllclty'Com- mittee 181: Council ,of Administration Com- mlttee on- Student Activities 143: Student Council. Illlnols Union 10: Senior Editor. 1922 Illlo. ANNIE BELLE' MISSIMER Urbana Home Economics ALFRED Josarr-I MITCHELL Mom-oe, Mich. , , CWI? Engineering - Clvll Englneerlng Society: American Asso- ciation ofiEngIneers: Spalding Guild: Fresh- .-ml.nVarstyTrack., . . f Corporal, Engineer Corps. U. S. A. JOHN MEN MITCHELL Evansville, hui. . General Business ' Phi Delta Theta: Seabbard and Blade. , Siren Stal! 187 :4LIeutenant. ,University Brigade 1-0. ' ' I R S. A. T. C., :UnlversIty of Illinois. I . ILLINOIS oaacoapeocbeeadbebmf' .QQDQDQDQPQDQDQDGDQDQPG THE 1922 Il.LlO THE CLASS, or 1.921 ERNEST RUBEN MOBURG A Monmouth ' Agriculture' Farm House."-' " Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. HAROLD JACKSON MOCK Gibson City ' ' Civil Engineering Sigma Tau. American Association of Enginers: Class Football 181, 141 : Junior Smoker Committee: Preliminary Honors. WERNER H. MONNINGER Indianapolis: Ind. ' General Business , Theta Chi.' Electrician, U. S. Naval Reserve. HELEN Moons: ' Wichita, Kan. Music Gamma Phi Beta: Mu Kappa Alpha. Lake Geneva Club: Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet 181 : Woman's Glee Club 181 : Kansas Club: Choral Society: Alethenal. FRANCIS DEAN MORGAN Griggsoille , Electrical Engineering I U. S. Ambulance Service, Italy. Awarded Croce dl Guerra by Italian Government. WILLARD AMos MoRc.AN Bone Gap Agriculture Phi Kappa Tau. Freshman Varsity Baseball: Agriculture Club: Senior Invitation Committee: Univer- sity Military Band 111, 121. 181, 141. S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. WILLIAM M. NMORGAN Cincinnati, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi. University Concert Band 181, 141. S. A. T. C.. Miami University. MILDRED RUTH MORRIS Urbana Education Kappa Delta Pl.' Jilin? Geneva Club: Woman's League Coun- c . PAT G. MORRIS Murray, Ky. Liberal Arts and Sciences . Phi Kappa Tau. W ' ' I EUGENIA Moss Mount Vernon Liberal Arts and Sciences ' A Alpha Xl Delta: Psi Xl. , W. A. A.: Illlola: Illlnl Stud 121: Varsity ' Bowling, 111, 121, 181: Manager, Bowling 141: Chairman, Woman's League Mixers 141: Y. W. O. A. Meetings Committee. 181 : Secretary. Junior Illinae: W. A. A., Advisory Board 141. A - ILLINOIS 5450333333331 Ibaz ab ebaeeebebebrv THE IQQQ ILLIO ' riff CIDASZSIOIR' 1221- J6l'IN REIDMON Moes A ' 'V D' Pafrie A Agriculture . Acacia: Alpha Zeta. ' ' 'V 1' " " Agriculture Club: Hoo! and Horn Club: - Preliminary Honors. " ' ' HENRY E. MOTTER Lake Worth, Fla. Business Administration - Alpha 'Delta Phl: Beta! Gamma Slgfma: Alpha Kappa -Psi. I I- , Commerce Club: Pierrote: Varsity Swim- ,I mins. 413. 423: Freshman Sack Rush Com- mittee 413: Interscholastlc Committee 483, Summer Prom Committee 483 : Summer Hon- 115, Czzgsmisslon 483: .Student Union 'Opera . Sergeant.. S. S. U. 611 with French Army. ALFRED MARTIN MUELLER Wilmette I - Electrical Engineering ' Theta cm. ' , Electrical Enginering Society. I . ' GEORGE HUDSON MUGGE Harrisburg I General, Business ' Beta Theta Pl: Skull and Crgcent. Commerce Club: Sophomore moker Com- mittee: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Me- morial Commlttee: Senior Hobo Parade Corm- mlttee: Homecoming Committee. ' ELMER ALFRED MUHS .Blue'Islancl Landscape Gardening ' Delta Upelloni Scarab. A University Band 41j, 423, 483, 443 : Land- scaDe'Club. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I S.-A. T. C.. University of'Illlnols. LEO F. MULLEN Pafrkersbwng, W. Va. H I Mechanical ,Engineering I 'f Second Lieutenant, Fleld Artllleryf UI S. A. EMORY SCHRIVER MULNIX Ir, Lena Liberal 'Arts and Sciences ' Machine Gun 0. T. S.' 154 f- ,- ' , :.v LI'xi1f 9 - - - H - H, WINIFRED G. MUNGER Cedar Ramds, Ia. -' Journalism 4 ' Chl Omega. Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee 423: Woman's War Relief Committee 4231 Home- comlng Committee 443: Y. W. C. A. Calling Committee 443. 12. Q A. TRUMAN MUNSELL Henryette, pkla. , .I Q ,U ,fl-.Banking I DI. .Z I 1 Commerce,vClub:' American fiaeilonyi-,iunlor Smoker Committee. .. .- 1, Iiof. 3.13 -I - U. B., Maulne-CDIDQ. r "I - II, G.eEm1sE 'I ,, fnzgm Liberal Arts and Sciences " ILLINOIS b3QbQbQDQb333QD Q QSI333Qb6QbGb34DGDG THE IQQQ ILLIO THE Gln-'ISIS' 01? 4.921 HAROLD Novas MYERS :Mannion R I b I U Agriculture Alpha Kappa Lambda. - U. S. Naval.Reserve. P h KARL R. NATHO W Danville ' Agriculture Tau Kappa Epsilon. ,I DALE AVERY NELSON Donovan Commerce Law Club. - S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. JOHN NELSON . ' LaGrange 1 Architectural Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon. Scarab: Skull and Crescent: Freshman Var- sity Basketball. LOUIS MELVIN. NELSON Evanston General Business Pi Kappa Alpha: Beta Gamma Sigma. b gorfxlngerce Club: Freshman Varsity Basket- a . - S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. WENDELL P. NELSON Champaign I Electrical Engineering ' Kappa Alpha Psi. Preliminary Honors. S. A..T. C., University of Illinois. MILO H. NEUENSCHWANDER Berne, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Mu Kappa Alpha. ' Louisa Mann: NEWMAN. Urbana . Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenean: El Circulo Espanol: 'University D Orchestra 115, 125, 181, 143: Woman's Welfare Committee 183: Stu ent Council Woman's League 18J,, 147. , ' HILTON CHATFIELD NNICHOLS Momence - 4, Agriculture ' Theta Chl. I f f- f . Sergeant, Infantry, A.-E. F. PAULINE. A. NICHOLS Mqmerwe - , .- M .I Banking: , Sigma Kappa: Gamma Epsilon PI. ' Shi-Ai: Y. W. C. A. Finance pommittee 11J.. 1221. Soclalx Committee .x18J. ILLINOIS I GZIQDQDSQDSQDQDQDSQQ Ib4bQbQbQDQbQbQbdbQDdbfg THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 CHARLES H. NICHOLSON St. Louis, Mo. General Business Ka Sl . IngJ.1nItry,g3:aT. C.. U. S. A. JOHN MARK NIEHAUS Peoria Law Beta Theta Pl: Phi Delta Phi. Adelphlo: Law Club. Sergeant. U. S. Army. EDLA DOROTHEA NILSON Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta PI. Woman's Athletic Association: Hockey 123, 483: Baseball Championship 423, 033: Le Cercle Francais. HELEN GRANT NORMAN Champaign Liberal Arte and Sciences University Orchestra. WILLARD ALFRED NORMAN Chicago Chemistry Chemical Club. RoswaLL S. NOT!-IWANG Little Rock, Ark. Journalism Intra-mural "I" Track 183: Illinois Mag- azine Stat! 183. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. MARTIN EARL 0'CoNNoR K ewanee Law Phi Delta Phi. First Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. FRANK H. O'DONNELL Champaign I Jrmrnalia-m ' Pi Kappa Alpha. Comitatuss Spalding Guild: Daily Illini Stat! 113, 423: Mardi Gras Committee: In- terscholastlo Committee: Senior Hat Com- mittee: Chairman, Senior Invltatlon Commlt- tee: Homecoming Committee 143. U. S. Naval Reserve, University of Illlnols. HALLIE MARION OFFLIGHTER Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences MILDRED 0'HAm , Gfreencastle, 'lndl Lama Am and sumo. ILLINOIS bdbdbdbdbdbaibdbdbdbt? Qaaebebapeaccbabac THE 1922 ILLIO . THE CLASS OF 1921 MARY' CAROLINA Oxay Monmouth Agriculture Gamma Pl Alpha. ' Agriculture Club: Horticulture Club. HELEN M. OLSON ' Galesburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chl Omega. FRED WILLIAM ORLAND Murphysboro Agriculture Beta Delta Slzma. Agriculture Club. Private, Engineers. A. E. F. H. H. OSBORN Washington Grove, Md. Civil Engineering Delta Upsllon: Tau Beta Pi. American Association of Engineers. Captain, Field Artillery, A. 'E. F. FAUSTINO QUESALES OTANES U l .'Lupao, Nueva Eozga, Phzlzppvne Is. "Liberal Arts and Sciences 'Cosmopolitan Club. Philippine Illlnl: Aslatic Society. WILLIAM BRYAN OVERBEE Fairfield Railway Electrical Engineering Sachem: Theta Tau: Tribe of Illini. Electrical Engineering Society: Railway Club: American Association of Engineers: lgesbxalan Varsity Track: Varsity Track 121, ciner iwachinim Mace, U. s. Navy. REGINALD FLOYD PACKARD Peoria Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pl: Pi Tau Sigma: Sigma Tau. American Society of Mechanical Engineers: - American Association of Engineers: Techno- graph Staff 447. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. , OLEN G. PARKHILL Champaign Agriculture 1 ' , , Tau Kappa Epsilon. HAROLD LESLIE PARR Champaign Architectural Engineering , .N - Alpha Rho Chi: Tau Beta Pl: Sigma Tau. Architectural Club: Prellminary,Honors. ELIZABETIE-QE. ,PATTERSON 1 Chicago .f , ' 'Education , ' 'Pi Beta Phi. .. ' ' Y. W. C. A. Social Welfare Committee. ILLINIOIS 5133363333331 ID4bQb4bQb6QD4D3QD3f2, THE IQQQ ILLIO I.- .., THE cLA'ssf.6F rag: I AUDLEY E. PATTON i1Q.Pittsbwrg, Kan. Industrial Admldlistrationk V A Beta Gamma Sigma. . --I . , , .l Freshman Stag ,Commit,tee: 'Asslstant Edi- tor "The Enterprlser" 110. ' S. A. T. C., University of Illlnols. ENOCH OLIVER PAULSONI . 1 P'l'i'I'wef01I. Agriculture j I, Alpha Gamma Rho. Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Illinols Aszriculturiat Staff 127. " Second Lieutenant, Air Service, U. S. A. ZUN LEAN PAWN , ,, Urbana Railway Mechanical Engineering Chinese Student's Club. . JoHN WILLIAM PAYNB Shelbina, Mo. Education .1 University Military Band 111. ' ' S. A. T. C.. Universitylof Illinois. LAscHE PEARSON Chicago General Business Beta Gamma Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi. Commerce Club: Senior Chimes Committee: Prgllmlnary Honors: Captain University Bri- ga e. RALPH CHENEY PELTZ Clinton Journalism Delta Sigma Phi: Sigma Delta Chl: Pl Delta Epsilon. Phllomathean: Class Football 125: Daily Illini Stall! 187: Campus Scout Editor 141: Captain University Brigade. - Second Lieutenant. Infantry, U. S: A. GLADYS V. PENN1Nc'roN Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta: Sigma Delta Phl:'Tbeta Slams Phi. - Psychology Club: Athenian 181. 143: Sec- ond Cablnet Y. W. C. A.: Basketball 181: ' Daily Illini Staff 135, 145 3 Woman's Welfare Committee 143: Chairman Ways and Means Committee: Jeanne D' Arc Cast. ' ROBERT L. PENTLAND St. Louis, Mo. Electrical-Engineering ' ' .1 Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Tau. Electrical Engineering Society. . Chief Electrician, U. S. Navy, A. E. F. SAMUEL CHARLES PERLMAN Chicago 'Athletic Coaching Zeta Beta Tau. . ' I ' Flyers' Club: Coachlzik' Club: Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity, 'Track 121: 183: Lieutenant. University Brigade' 185. I ' Second Lieutenant. AlrAServlce. U. S. A." C. S. Parans 'ToZ:andm1n,,,India I Clwmiwl En. isvftfzm ILLINOIS DSQDQDQDQDQQSGDQDI? QII33339033334 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 KATHARINE Lois PETERSON Chibago Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta. Woman's Athletic Association: Basketball 181: Baseball 181: Swimming 181: Junior Mixer Committee: Senior Mixer Committee. MARY EDNA PHELPS Lawrenceburg, Ky. Music Mu Kappa Alpha. Alethenal: Woman's Glee Club: University Orchestra: Woman's Welfare Committee. LoUIsE MILLIKEN P1cKENs Ottawa Home Economics Home Economics Club. ARNOLD C. PIEPER 4. Chatham Commerce' MAURICE J. PIERCE Champaign Accountancy Alpha Sigma Phi. Adelphlc. HAROLD R. PINCKARD Monticello Journalism EPS Upsilon: Sigma Delta Chi: Pi Delta 'lgcrlllaiblers Club: Pierrot: Daily Illini Staff: Illlo Staff: Illinois Magazine Staff: Sopho- moae Mixer Committee: Junior Cap Com- m ee. LoU1sE MARCH -PLETCHER Jacksonville Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. Illinois Woman's College: Y. W. C. A. Meetings Committee. LESTER MARSHALL PLYM St. Charles Electrical Engineering Tau Delta Tau: Eta Kappa Nu. Electrical Engineering Society, A. E. E.. A, I. E. E. FOSTER MALIC POOLE Edwardsville Industrial Administration Beta Theta Pi: Sachem: Theta Tau: Pi Delta Epsilon: Eta Kappa Nu. Business Staff. 1920 Illlo 121: Business Manager. 1921 Illlo 131: Homecoming Com- mittee 181 : Dad's Day Committee 141, HORATIO ALLINGHAM PORTER Gerlaw A General Business ' Delta Upsilon. ILLINOIS abaeceaasaeeaam 5330456349333 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 BEULAH A. POTTER Indianapolis, Ind. Home Economics EDNA ADELLA Powans Sterling Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's Glee Club. DOROTHY S. PREBLE Karwas City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi: Psi Xi: Sigma Delta Phi. Woman's Athletic. Association: Psychology Club: Woman's Welfare Committee 127. 187 : Woman's War Relief Committee: Class Swim- ming 117. 127. 147 : Class Bowling 137 : Daily Illini Staff 127 : Illlnols Magazine Staff 127: Girls' Stunt Show Mardi Gras 127: Chairman, Woman's League Dance Commit- tee 137 : Chairman, Jeanne D'Arc Production 187 : Sub-chairman Co-Ed Carnival 137. 147 ' Senior Invitation Committee: Cast, "Pair of Slxes," Q7. ROBERT CURTIS PREBLE Oak Park Industrzkzl Administration Chl Psi: Sachem. Ku Klux Klan: Skull and Crescent: Com- merce Club: Daily Illini Staff 117. 127, News Editor 187 : Editor Summer Illini 127 : Manager Dad's Day 147 : Chairman Class Scrap 117: Smoker 117: Military Ball 127: Homecoming 137: Co-Ed Carnival 137. 147: Student Council. Illinols Union 147: Men's Honor Commission 187. 147: Winner. 1921 Illlo Roast Cup 187 : Cast Jeanne D'Arc 127 : Captain, University Brigade 187. Second Lieutenant. Alr Service, U. S. A. JOHN SHEDD PRESCOTT Wilmette Chemistry Delta Tau Delta: Phi Lambda Upsilon: Ma-Wan-Da: Tribe of Illini. Pierrots: Student Council Illinois Union 147: Varsity Track 127. 137. Captain 147: Daily Illini Staff 117: Preliminary Honors. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ARTHUR LowELL PRICE Decatwr Farm Management Agriculture Club. Second Lieutenant, Air Service. U. S. A. HAROLD G. PRICE Idaho Falls, Idaho Agriculture Hoof and Horn Club: Horticulture Club: Junior Smoker Committee: Homecoming Smoker Committee 147: "Ag" Dance Com- mittee 147 : Senior Invitation Committee 147: Y. M. C. A. Finance Committee.. United States Army. LOUISE GILMAN ,PRICHARD Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. . CLOYD PUGH Rzdgefaxrm, Agriculture ' Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn. Private. Aviation, U. S. A. , I EDBERT LYLE PULVER Faormount, Minn. Landscape Architecture S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. l ,ig ILLINOIS 33333693035 Q33 08330334 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 JoHN RABENAU St. Louis, Mo. Accountancy Accountancy Club. S. A. T. C., Universlty of Illlnols. ' DAVID HENRY RABINOWITZ Chicago General Business Alpha Epsilon Pl. Commerce Club. MERLE VINCENT RAINES Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Mask and Bauble: Adelphic: Le Cercle Francais: "Jeanne D'Arc": Preliminary Hon- ors. FRANCES LENORE RAINEY Pueblo, Colo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Le Cercle Francais: Centro Llterarlo Es- panol: Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee: Y. W. C. A. Publicity Committee. HAROLD EIJNER RASMUSSEN Chicago General Business Scabbard and Blade: Beta Gamma Sigma. Field Artlllery Officers' Club: Le Cercle Francais: Class Basketball 111, 123: Class Soccer 131, 10: Class Football 141: Cap- tain University Brigade 183, Major 143: P llmlna Honors re rv . Lleutenant. Field Artillery, A. E. F. JoHN C. RASMUSSEN New Albany, Ind. F'l4rricultura Florlculture Club: Horticulture Club: Uni- verslty Orchestra: Preliminary Honors. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. HOWARD HARBIN RATH Waterloo, Ia. General Business Phi Kappa Sigma: Skull and Crescent. Sophomore Mixer Committee. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. FLOYD WILLIAM RAY Urbana Architecture Tau Beta Pi: Gargoyle. Architectural Club: Preliminary Honors. Private, Infantry, U. S. Army. EMI:nsoN E. RAYMOND Chicago Architectural Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon. U. S. Naval Reserve, University of Illlnols. Lao BRACY REED Eldorado General Business Major. University Brigade 18l, Lieutenant Colonel 143: Military Ball Committee 181, 4 . K First Lieutenant. U. S. Army. ILLINOIS "'il4bQD3db34b3Gb33Q Ib6QbQbQbQb3Q94D4b3IL, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 WILMA VIRGINIA REED Equality Home Economics . Home Economics Club: Hockey 127. OLIVE REES Bradford Home Economics Omicron Nu. ' Home Economics Club: Y. W. C. A. Mem- lzgxishlp Committee 141: Finance Committee ALF C. REHNQUIST Chibago Civil Ennineerinn Triangle. Civll Englneerlng Society. Band Corporal. Field Artillery, A. E. F, LEONARD J. REIS Green Bay, Wis. Architecture Phi Sigma Karma: Scarab: Skull and Crescent: Ku Klux Klan. Freshman Varsity Baseball ill. Infantry 0. T. C., U. S. Army. E. H. RENNEBAUM Williamstown, N. J. Liberal Arts and Sciences Second Lieutenant, Avlatlon, U. S. A. ELSIE FRANCES RHODES Altamont ' Music University Choral Society: Spalding Guild. EDITH IRENE RICHARDSON Tipton, Ind. Liberal Arts and Smkaneea Delta Gamma. Woman's Athletic Association: Daily Illlnl Stat! f2J: Woman's League Welfare Com- mittee: Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee. HOWARD PAUL Rrrscn Chicago Industrial Administration Second Lieutenant. Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. Army. DONALD AMER RITTENHOUSE Cairo Electrical Engineering Gamma Sigma Kappa. Electrical Engineering Society. S. A. T, C., University of Illlnoll. EMME1' JOHN RoAcH Chatsworth General Business . Phl Kappa: Skull and Crescent. American Society Mechanical Engineers: Accountancy Club: Spalding Gulld: Class Baseball 123. ILLINOIS EPQbQbQDQDC3DGDQbQbQD'Cn.Jo':l .ilaebaaebaebaaac THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 INA CULLOM ROBERTSON ' ' Centralia . Education LAURA P. ROBERTSON Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences ROBERT C. ROBERTSON Coulterville Medicina A Zeta Psi: Phi Beta Pl: Scabbard and Blanc. Chicago Editor, 1922 Illiog Capt. Universlty Brigade. Second Lieutenant. U. S. A. CARMEN C. ROCKABRAND Sterling . A Liberal Arts and Sciences WALTER HENRY ROHE Chicago , fx Railroad Administration ' Second Lieutenant. U. S. Army. GILBERT ARTHUR Rom. Blue Island General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon. JESSE ARNOLD ROMIG Urbana Industrial Administration Electrical Enginering Society: Accountancy Club: American Society Mechanical Engin- eers. Air Service, University of Illinois. LENA BELLE RosE Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's Athletic Association: Basketball 113. 423. 183. 443: Baseball !13. 123. 133. 143 : Hockey 143. LINDER W. ROSEBRAUGH Charleston Accofantafncu S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. CARL M. ROSENQUIST Mitchell, S. D. Agriculture Cosmopolitan Club. Phllomathean: Preliminary Honors. ILLINOIS Gifababeacabeebeam ED4bQb'1bQP33QbQDQD3lL, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 EVERETT RoY ROTRAMEL Benton General Business Scabbard and Blade. - Major, University Brigade 181. 147. First Lieutenant. U. S. Army. CELIA A'NN Roy Mattoon Liberal Arts and Sciences Le Cercle Francais. WANETA MARIE Roy Mattoon Liberal Arts and Sciences Centra Literario Espanol. KATHLEEN M. RUCKMAN Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences GEORGE C. RUHLE Kankakee Chemical Engineering Phi Lambda Upsilon. Chemical Club: American Chemical Society: Freshman Honors. S. A. T. C.. University of Illlnols. EVELYN RUMMEL Delafuam, Liberal Arts and Sciences ' CLARA LILLIAN RUSH Detroit H mne Economics Kappa Pi. Student Council Woman's League GD: x43man's Athletic Association: Baseball 419, CHARLES C. RUSSELL Joliet Chemical Engineering . Sigma Nu: Skull and Crescent. EVELYN H. RLISSMJ. Frankfort, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. Le Cercle Francais. I RUTH EDNA RUSSELL Kansas City,.Kan. Liberal Arts and Sciences ILLINOIS b33QDQbQD3Qb3QPQD5o filaaaeeeaeaaebac THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 HARRIET RUTHERFORD Oakland Chemistry Kappa Kappa Gamma. ALBERT R. SARIN Chicago Agriculture Cosmopolitan Club. Field Artillery, A. E. F. HAROLD FRANK SADLER Grove City General Business Chi Phi: Alpha Kappa Psi. Skull and Crescent: Commerce Club: Junior Chimes Committee. ARDA LoREN SAGENDORPH LaGrange Electrical Engineering TTau Kappa Epsilon: Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma 8.11. Skull and Crescent: Electrical Engineering Society: Freshman Varsity Swimming: Jun- ior Mixer Committee: Senior Smoker Com- mittee: Treasurer, Freshman Class. WILLIAM HENRY SAHUD Chicago Journalism Cosmopolitan Club. Class Soccer 113, 123, 183, Manager 143: Daily Illini Shad' 113, 123. 133: Psychology Club: Junior Cap Committee: Junior Mixer Committee: Junior Smoker Committee: Senior Hobo Band Committee: Winner, 1920 Illio Roast Cup. STELLA MARIE SALvEsoN Petersbwrg Liberal Arts and Sciences M ta b d. or r oar Lake Geneva Club: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 123, 183, 143: Executive Council Woman's League 143: Mardi Gras Committee 123: Woman's Welfare Committee 133: Woman's War Relief Committee 123 : Student Elections Committee 143: President Y. W. C. A. 143. LEWIS C. SALZENSTEIN Milwaukee, Ww. Gcncral Business Zeta Beta Tau. Baseball Manager 143: Commerce Club: Athletic Board of Control: Junior Council- man, Illinois Union 183: Sophomore Cotll- Iion Committee: Senior Chimes Committee: Illinois Union Dance Committee 183: Junior Mixer Committee: Homecoming Committee 143. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. DOROTHEA SAMUEL Philadelphia, Pa. 'ilau Pi Alpha. Agriculture Club: Horticulture Club. ' JOHN ALFRED SANDERS LaCrosse, Wie. Commerce CONRAD E. SANDvoLD Moorhead, Ia. General Business Alpha Sigma Phi. , Freshman Varsity Baseball. . Second Lieutenant, Ordnance. U. S. A. Agriculture ILLINCIS CEQDQDQSSQDSSSQQ 5330363634930 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF' 1921 FRANK PAUL SANMANN Havana Agriculture Concordia. Agriculture Club. U. S. Army. ISAACMSEORNELIUS SAWYER Springfielql Chemical Engineering Private, Field Artillery, A. E. F. ' Pnxmrvs T. SAWYER Springfield Agriculture Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club. Sergeant, Medical Corps. A. E. F. ABE MORRIS SAX Chicago Chemical Engineering Menorah Society: Chemical Club. OLIVIA VENN SCHAD Irwlwkmapolis, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma: Sigma Delta Phi. BCai.5t, "The New York Idea": Mask and au e. DONALD DRAKE SCHEIB Urbana General Business Alpha Sigma Phi: Beta. Gamma Sigma. Acountancy Club: Homecoming Committee Ml. First Lieutenant. Ordnance Department, A. E. F. A. J. ScHE1Nx-:MAN Urbana Law Phi Delta Phi. Illincrls Law Bulletin. First Lieutenant, Field Artillery, A. E. F. RALPH E. SCHENCK Urbana - Architecture Gargoyle: Architecture Club. U. S. Air Service. EDNA H. ASCHIERBAUM Svronghurst Home Economics Ka a Pi pp 0 - Woman's Athletic Association: Home Economics Club: Tennis OJ: Tennis Mana- ser 485 :Baseball 417. 423 : Hockey 427. Gil. 147: Basketball l8j. Ernst. H. ScH1EnnAU1u Strornghurst Liberal Arla and Sciences Kappa Pl. ' Hockey 181 . IQLLINOIS 9334930393335 909999999094 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 DAVID SCHLESINGER Chicago . Chemical Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pl: Phi Lambda Upsilon. Menorah Society: Chemical Club. S. A. T. O., University of Chicago. ARTHUR W. SCHMOELLER Alton Accountancy Theta Chi: Beta Alpha Psi: Pi Delta Epsilon. Commerce Club: Accountancy Club: Uni- versity Glee Club: Daily Illini Staff 121, 181, 141 : Business Manager. The Enterpriser 141 : Junior Cap Committee: Captain, University Brigade 181, 141. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. WILLIAM VIERLING Scnocx Albion Agriculture Tau Delta Tau: Alpha Zeta. ' Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. 121 : Hoof and Horn Club. Sergeant. U. S. Army. EARL F. SCHOENING Chicago Commerce and Law Phi Sigma Kappa. Skull and Crescent: University Glee Club: Junior Chimes Committee. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. JESSIE PAULINE SCHOLZ Chicago Chemistry I JOHN THEODORE ScHo'r'r Quincy Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma Tau. ' Electrical Engineering Society: University Concert Band 111. 121, 181, 141: University Orchestra 111. 121. 181. 141. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. CLARENCE JoHN SCHULTZ Chicago Foreign Commerce Phi Sigma Kappa: Alpha Kappa Psi. Senior Memorial Committee. WALTER W. ScHU'r'r Barrington Landscape Gardening Gamma Si K . g-ma appa Landscape Club: University Band 111. Seaman. Second Class, U. S. Naval Reserve. ISABELLE S. SCHWALBE Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Choral Club: French Club. FRANK PAUL SCHWARTZ Ambza, Ind. Accountancy Beta Alpha Psi. Preliminary Honors. ILLINOIS QIQDQPQSSSQQDSSQ D4bQb4bQD360333IL. THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 IRENE SEATON Quincy Journalism Chi Omega: Sigma Delta Phi. Alethcnaiz Mask and Baubleg Daily Illini Stat! 121 : Mardi Gras Committee 121 : Wom- an's Welfare Committee 121: Co-ed Carnival Committee 131 : Cast "It Pays to Advertisef' 121: "Seven Chances" 121: "Jeanne D'Arc" 131 : "The New York Idea" 141 : University of Washington 111. . BLISS SEYMOUR Hillsboro Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta: Theta Sigma Phi. Scribblers' Club: Alethenai. BURLEIGH B. SEYMOUR Benton Mining Engineering Phi Delta Theta: Theta Tau. Comitatus: Egyptian Club: Mining Society. Quartermaster U. S. Navy. LEE NORTON SHADDLE Area Agrimdture Alpha Kappa Lambda. , Agriculture Club. Private. Coast Artillery Corps, A. E. lf. BEN THOMAS SHAW Dixon Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society. . MARJORIE SHEPARD Chicago Achoth. . FLEMING MURRAY SHERLAW Chicago Agriculture ' Alpha Sigma Phi. American Legion: Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Class Football 141. Chief Mechanic. Field Artillery, A. E. F. BLANCHE SHIRLEY Benton Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi: Theta Sigma Phi: Sigma Delta Phi. Athenian: Dramatic Editor, 1921 Illlo 181: Daily Illini Staff 121, 131: Manager. Silver Star Entertainments: Manager, Summer Prom, 1920: Woman's Welfare Committee 121. 181: Chairman 141: Y. W. C. A. Member- ship Committee: Homecoming Committee 131: Chairman, Social Committee, Woman's League. . ROBERT P. SHoNKw1LEn Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences, Law Acacia. Adelphic: Star Course Manager 14.1 : Presl- dent, Illinois Union 141 : Junior Councilman. Illinois Union 131 : Y. M. C. A. Employment and Finance Committee 131, 141: Junior Prom Committee. Infantry 0. T. C.. U. S. Army. FRANK HAMILTON SHUMAN El Paso ' Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho. , Y. M. C. A. Meetings Committee: "Ag" Cge Club 131. 141: University Glee Club Home Economics S: A. T. C., University of Illinois. ILLINOIS D3333030333? Q33Qb0Qb3Q'D333G THE IQQQ ILLIO TRENT D. SICKLES Petoskey, Mich. General Business Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Chairman. Freshman Stag Committee: Y. M. C. A. Campus Service Committee: Western State Normal College ill. C25- S. A. T. C.. Western State Normal College. KURT HUGO SIECKE Freeport Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Tau. Civil Engineering Society. Second Lieutenant. A. 'E. F. LoU1s ARNOLD SIEGRIST Highland Chemistry Chemical Club. ELLVINE INISTORE SIMMS Emelle, Ala. Home Economics Gregorian. LILLIE LARUE SIMS Irving Education MELVIN B. SKINNER Chicago ' Industrial Administration Lambda Chi Alpha: Theta Tau. Assistant Business Manager, Illinois Union ISD: Business Manager, Illinois Union 141: Senior Smoker Committee. Chairman. Home- coming Dance Committee MJ: Chairman, Social Committee. Illinois Union 141: Senior Councilman, Illinois Union. Lieutenant. Air Service. U. S. A. HERBERT L. SKOGLAND Red Wing, Minn. Landscape Architecture Ensign. U. S. Navy. MARGARET EDITH SLATTEN Tayloroille Home Economics Phi Beta Phi. DEE SMALL Galatia Agriculture Agriculture Club: First Lieutenant. Univer- sity Brigade. Sergeant. Infantry. A. E. F. CHARLES COBB SMITH Chicago Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society: Junior Smoker Committee. S. ,A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ILLINOIST 5iQbQb399db3333Q 9630363633359 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 CLYDE EVERETT SMITH Kansas City, Mo. Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society. DANIEL WILLARD SMITH Bellflower Liberl Arts and Sciences Delta Phi. Freshman Varsity Basketball 111: Varsity Basketball 123: Varsity Cross Country CBJ: Law Club. EMILY EVELYN SMITH Urbana Home Economics IoNE MARGARET SMITH Rochelle Liberl Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa. Association News Committee, Y. W. C. A. JULIAN D. SMITH Far Rockaway, N. Y. Floriculture Lambda Chi Alpha. Floriculture Club: Horticulture Club. S. A. T. C.. Massachusetts Agricultural College. LAURA ELEANOR SMITH Urbana Journalism Kappa Pi. Student Council: Woman's League MD. OLIVER FRANCIS SMITH Broadlands Agriculture Alpha Zeta. Freshman Varsity Basketball. THEODORE 'HAMMOND SMITH Godfrey Liberal Arts and Sciences Pharmacist's Mate. U. S. Navy. CLIFFORD HEROLD SNIVELY Freeport - General Business h Pl Kappa Alpha. Field Artillery. 0. T. C.. U. S. Army. JOHN RowE SNIVELY Lanafrk Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Alpha Delta. Law Club. ' S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ILLINOIS b33QbQbQb303QDQDl? 0334569365 rii33QbQb30db9db3C THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 HARRY WILLIAM SNYDER Alton Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society. Radio Electrician. U. S. Navy. MABEL RUTH SNYDER Neoga General Business Delta Delta Delta: Gamma Epsilon Pi. Womnn's Athletic Association: Accountancy Club: Baseball Team KSD : Midsummer Frollc Committee: Senior Informal Committee: locational Guidance Committee, Woman's eazue. WILLARD AYERS SNYDER Mount Pulaski Architecture Alpha Rho Chi. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. PAULO CUBA DE SoUzA Sao Paulo, Brazil Agronomy Cosmopolitan Club. Club Latino-Americana: Centro Literarlo Espanol: Class Soccer CSD, 141. MILDRED LUCILLE SowERs Petersburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Xi. Psychology Club: Preliminary Honors. RODNEY EUGENE SPANGLER Amboy Architecture Sigma Nu: Scarab: Sigma Tau. Skull and Crescent: Ku Klux Klan: Gar- goyle: Circulation Manager, Illinois Mag- azine: Manager. Post-Exam Jubilee: Mardi Gras Committee: Co-ed Carnival Committee 483: Homecoming Committee 181, MJ: Engineering Dance Committee: Senior Infor- mal Committee. S. N. T. C., University of Illinois. GERTRUDE SPONSLER Hutchinson, Kan. Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta. ELMER GEORGE STALEY LeRoy Mechanical Engineering . Delta Sigma Phi: Pi Tau Sigma. American Society Mechanical Engineers: Senior Memorial Committee MJ: Homecom- gig gammlttee 143: Senior Smoker Commit- e . Quartermaster. U. S. Naval Aviation. SIDNEY KELLER SArA7RRl Sam, Diego, Cal. g cu ture Alpha Kappa Lambda. Agriculture Club. U. S. Naval Reserve. OZELL TRASK STATELER Varna Agriculture .Agricultural Club. S. A.. T. C., University of Illinois. ILLINOIS 69654935 5303303033319 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS or 1921 OSCAR FRANCIS STAUDER Chicago Mechanical Engineering Spalding Guild: American Society of Me- chanical Engineers. ALTHEA ROSE STEELE Havana Home Economics HILDUR E. STEINERT Chicago Heights Liberal Arts and Sciences Iota Sigma Pi. HELEN FoRD STEVENS LaSalle Liberal Arts and Sciences Illiola: Le Cercle Francais: El Literarlo Espanol: Pow-Wow Committee 181: War Relief Committee 121: Woman's Welfare Cganmititfe 131 : Second Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. RAYMOND LAMOINE STEVENS Champaign Accountancy Zeta Psi: Beta Alpha Psl. Assistant Manager. Post-Exam Jubilee 181 : Co-ed Carnival 131. . S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. A DOUGLAS W. STOCKHAM Birmingham,Ala. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu: Theta Tau: Pi Tau Sigma. Skull and Crescent: Senior Hat Committee 131 : Preliminary Honors. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. PETRONILLA STOEVENER Raymond Home Economics A FRIEDA CAROLINE STOLL Aurora, Ind. Home Economics THELMA LOUISE STRABEL Urbana Journalism Theta Sigma Phi: Mortarboard. Scribbler's Club: Athenean: Daily Illini Stat! 121: Woman's .Editor, summer Illlnl 121: Illlo'StaH 121: Illinois agazlne 181, 141: Woman's Welfare Committee 121, 181: Stunt Show Executive Committee 181: Vo- cational Guidance Commlttee, Woman's League 181: Advisory Board, Sophomore Illlnae: Treasurer Woman's League 141: Student Council. Woman's League 181 : Pow- Wow Committee 181 : Student Elections Com- mittee 141: Homecoming Executive Com- mittee 141: Senior Invitations Committee. LETA LENORE- STRAIGHT Fonda ' Ia. I , Home Economics Sigma Kappa. Shi-Al: Basketball 111: Swimming 111, 121: Bowling' 121: Mardi Gras Committee 181: Junior Mixer Committee: W0mBn'l War Relief Committee 181. ILLINCIS 034900300005 9333004906634 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF' 1921 EWART STRAWBRIDGE Chicago General Business ' Ilus: Tribe of Illlni. , Varsity Tennis 183: Junior Prom Com- mittee. C. I. O. T. S., U. S. Army. ROBERT STREHLOW Peoria Civil Engineering Beta Theta Pi. Civil Engineering Society. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. RAYMOND HENRY STROHM Elgin General Business Class Football 183. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. NORMAN R. STRYKER Trenton, N. J. Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society: American -Association of Engineers: American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Memorial Tree Planting Committee. S. A. T. C., Drexel Institute. JOHN RUSSELL STUBBINS Paris, Mo. Civil Engineering oKappa Sigma: Theta Tau. Civil Engineering Society: American Asso- ciation of Engineers. S. A. T. C.. Missouri School of Mines. MARY CHRISTINE STUBBS Fowler, Colo. Home Economics Gamma Phi Beta. Shi-Ai: Home Economics Club: Second Cab- inet Y. W. C. A. 123: Business Manager, "Follies" 123 : Junior Prom Committee: Sen- ior Informal Dance Committee: Woman's Welfare Committee 123, 133: Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Committee 123, 183, 143 : Treas- urer Junior Illinae 133. EVA MILDRED STUCKEY f Altona Liberal Arts and Sciences HELEN GWYNNE STURGEON ElPaso Education VIRGIL RICHARD SULLIVAN Urbana Chemistry Chemical Club. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. CHARLES REUEL SUTTON Ottawa Architectural Engineering - Alpha Rho Chi. Architectural Club: Junior Prom Committee 133 : Engineering Dance Committee- 183 : Homecoming Steering Committee 143: Hobo Band Committee 143: Dad's Day Committee 143 : Secretary Freshman Class. ILLINOIS GEJSQDSGSQDQDQDQGQ lD4bQb4bQbQP34b333fL,-, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS UOF 1921 CURVELLA H. Swrclc ' Galton Law ' Class Football 111. 121. Captain. Infantry, U. S. A. SAMUEL DWIGHT SYKES White Hall General Business 4 S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ADELENE SYLVESTER Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences DOROTHY NEWELL TALBOT Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. ' NEWELL WILSON TANNER Aurora Agriculture GEORGE EVANS TAYLOR Toledo., Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Sigma: Delta Sigma Rho. Phllomathean: Junior Prom Committee: Homecoming Committee .141 : Star Course Board of Trustees 131. 141: Board of Ora- tory and Debate 141 : Varsity Debate 131. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ESTHER GLADYS TEETERS Anderson, Ind. Home Economics Woman's Welfare Commlttee 131. 141. ALFRED JOHN TENINGASE Chicago Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho: Pi. 'Delta Epsilon. Agriculture Club: Illinois IAgrlculturist Staff 111. 121. 131. Editor-in-Chief 141: Sophomore Smoker Commlttee: "Az" Round- up Commlttee 121: Memorial Tree Planting Commlttee 181: Student' Council. Illinois Union 141. T-A U. S. Naval Reserve. -, JENNIE GRACE TERPINIILPZ Champaign Journalism Athenean: Woman's Glee Club: Mardl Gras Committee 121: Follles.Commlttee: Woman's Welfare Commlttee 121."131: Student Coun- cil. Woman's League 181. 141, RUTH MAE TERWILLIGER Urbana Education , Alpha Omlcron Pl. 14 Athenian: Le Cercle,1F1-ancals: Juni? Mix- grlfloaxgnltteez Freshman Commission: asket- a . 'if'.- U IiLLI.N1OIS bQDQbQbQbQD3Qb3QDQDlSo Q33303333334 THE IQQQ ILLIO ' THE CLASS 01731921 SOPHIE THEILEN it ' Camp Point Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma, Phi Beta. clBgsketball 113. 123 : Home Economics u . E. GEORGE THIEM Champaign Aariculture Farm House: Alpha'Zeta. Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Adelphlc: Illinois Agrlculturist Staff 123: Preliminary Honors. ' ALICE MAE THOMAS Mount Morris Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle: Woman's Welfare Com- mittee 133. AGNES LoOM1s THOMPSON Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Women's Athletic Association: Mathematics Club: Swimming 113, 123, 183: Basketball 123. DAv1s WESLEY THOMPSON Sidney, Ohio Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho. Agriculture Club. S. A. T. C.,-University of Illinois. LEE CARL THOMPSON Monmouth Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho. Agriculture Club. ' LOWELL ERNEST THOMPSON Rantoul General Business Delta Phi. ' Senior Smoker Committee. ' U. S. Naval Reserve. MARGARET HELEN THOMPSON Hume Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa -.- THELMA THEO THORNSBURGH Urbana . Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenean: Student Council. Woman's League 183: Second Cabinet: Y. W. C. A. 143 : Woman's'Welfare Committee 183. CLARA EvA TILLOTSON -Roswell, N. Mew. Liberal Arts-and,Sciences- . ., -V Gamma Phi Beta. ' Freshman Advisory Board :-.University of Chlcago 183 :-Scrlbblers'.Club.- . lI.L.INOIS 4949333333333 D330QP334D333Q, THE IQQ-Q ILLIO MICHAEL EDWARD TKACH Streator General Business Phi Kappa. Skull and Crescent: Senior Councilman, Illi- nois Union: Homecoming Decorations Com- mittee 131: Homecoming Finance Committee 141: Chairman. Senior Hat Committee. S. N. T. C.. University of Illinois. FRANK TOBIAS Normal General Business Scabbard and Blade. Military Ball Committee 141: American Legion: Major, University Brigade 131: Lieutenant-colonel 141 . First Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. . RUTH ToDD Sullivan Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa 'Kappa Gamma. . I ARNO WILLIAM TOLL Chicago Heights General Business Flyer's Club: Class Basketball 111, 121: Class Football 111. Secondfliieutenant. Air Service. A. E. F. ROBERT G. TOLMAN Yonkers, N. Y. General Business Delta Phi: Ma-Wan-Da: Beta Gamma Sig- ma: Scabbard and Blade: Tribe of Illini: Pi Delta Epsilon. Commerce Club: Adelphic: Polo Club: Student Council Illinois Union 141 : Freshman Varsity Fencing 111: Varsity Fencing 131, 141 : Varsity Broadsword 181, 141 : 1919 Illlo Staff 121: Editor-in-Chief Commerce Mag- azine 141: Military Ball Committee 181: Chairman 141: Preliminary Honors: Captain University Brigade 131, Major 131, Colonel Second Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. HARRY BIRD TOUR Humboldt, Ia. Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi. Architectural Club. FREDERICK I. TOURTELOT Oak Park Industrial Administration Theta Delta Chi: Theta Tau. Ku Klux Klan: Skull and Crescent: Comi- tatus: President. Senlor Class: Junior Cap Committee: Co-ed Carnival Committee 131: Engineering Dance Committee 181 : Senior Hat Committee: Mid Summer Frollc Commit- tee 131: Homecoming Committee 141: Stu- dent Councll, Illinois Union 141. HAROLD T. TowE Toledo, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences, Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Phi Delta Phl. Private, Infantry. A. E. F. SIDNEY FUNK TOWNSEND Rwer Forest Agriculture Alpha Kappa Lambda: Alpha Zeta. Agriculture Club: Adelphlc: Junior Mixer Committee: :Homecoming Committee: Hobo Band Committee: Dad's Day Committee: Lieu- tenant. Unlversity Brigade: Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet 181: Recorder 141. Ensign, U. S. Navy. ' . JOHN TREDWELL, Ja. Chicago General Business ' Psi Upsilon. Skull and Crescent: Commerce Club: Sopho- more Cotllllon Committee. ILLHINOIS baaebebczbee abebm? Q333Qb33QD333Q THE IQQQ I'LLlO THE CLASS OF 1921 GRACE MARIAN TRIGG Atlanta Liberal Arts and Sciences Lake Geneva Club 141: Second Cabinet. Y. W. C. A. 447. FRANCES MARION TRISSAL Chicago Home Economics HELEN TROWBRIDGE Green Valley Liberal Arts and Sciences CHUK YEE TSANG Honkong, China Chemistry Chinese Students Club. Chemical Club: American Chemical Society. GLADYS ELIZABETH TUCKER Hume ' Home Economics Sixlma Kappa. MARY IRENE TURNBULL Toulon Liberal Arts and Sciences JEWETT MA'r'rox TURNER Chicago Landscape Gardening U. L. A. S. I Private, Engineer Corps, U. S. A. MERLE BERNICE TURNER Champaign Liberal Arts and SCil'7ll'l'i Plfhlpha Xi Delta: Mortarboard: Sigma Delta lc Mask and Bauble: Illiolag Faculty Player's Club: Cast. "The Mob," "As You Like It," HA Pair of Sixes." "It Pays to Advertise," The Maker of Dreams." "The Marriage Will Not Take Place." ,"Tragely of Nan." "The Truth. "A Pau- of Queens," "Jeanne D'Arc," The New York Idea." SHELDON KNIGHT TURNER Evanston General Business Beta Theta Pi. Ensign, U. S. Navy. A. E. F. RUDOLPH ROBERT TUSHEK Joliet Civil Engineering First Lieutenant, Infantry, A. E. F. ILLINOIS 'ieeebeea aebaee 'b I D6QbQbQbQDOQb ' 3f? THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 ROBERT EVANS TUTWILER River Forest General Business Alpha Delta Phi: Alpha Kappa Psi. Ku Klux Klan: Comltatus: Pierrots: Class Basketball 113. 121, 183. Chief Petty Officer. U. S. Naval Aviation. JOSEPHINE Sven. Twice Brocton Liberal Arts and Sciences Le Cercle Francais: Centro Llterarlo Es- ganoa: Spaldlng Gulld: Cast. "Les Deux our s." GEORGE F. UEBERRHEIN Peoria Agriculture Delta Slgma Phi. Agricultural Club. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. Ross JAMES UTLEY Chicago General Business Delta Sigma Phi. THEODORE HENRY UTLEY Sterling Agriculture V Slgma Nu. ' Agriculture Club: Illinois Agriculturlst Staff 181. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. RUTH ELEANOR VALLIER Taylorville Accountafncg Gamma Epsilon Pl. ' Student Council Woman's League 181. DoUcLAs F. VAN BRAMER Chicago Agriculture , A Spalding Guild: Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. Radio Operator. U. S. Navy. ESTHER M. VAN DOREN Champaign Liberal Arte amd Sciences , Alpha Omlcron Pl. ' Shi-Al: Alethenai: Homecoming Committee 143: First Cabinet Y. W. C. A. 143. Howluzn F. VAUGHN Elk Mound, Ww. Architectural Engineering Scarab. U. S. S. Illlnl: American Legion: Class Track 113-. 123. A Ensign, U. S. Navy, A. E. F. JUAN VEREA Jalisco, Mexico Agriculture Centro Literarlo Espanol: Club -Latino- Amerlcano: Class Soccer Team 10. . ILLINOIS b33QbQbQD3QDQbQDQDI? .fivm serapeeeaa THE 1922 ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1.921 LEON O'r1s VOGELE Urbana General Business LINZ VINCENT Vons I LaSalle Agriculture Phi Kanpa. Agriculture Club. FLORENCE A. VOLLBRACI-IT Camp Point Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Woman's Glee Club. W. E. VOLLMER Las Vegas, N. Mex. Liberal Arts and Sciences WERNER F. voN BINZER Davenport, Ia. General Business Phi Delta Theta. Ku Klux Klan: Commerce Club: Chairman, Junior Mixer Committee: Co-ed Carnival Com- mittee 145 : Senior Invitation Committee 10. S. N. T. C., University of Illinois. VANDERVEER VooaHEEs Urbana ' Chemical Engineering SIDNEY WADE Bufalo, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Upsilonz Pi Delta Epsilon. 1920 Illlo Staff: Sophomore Mixer Commit- tee: Homecoming Committee 143. U. S. Naval Reserve. MORRIS EDWARD WAGGONER Lebanon Agriculture Agriculture Club. ' PAUL WALKER Palestine Aarfoulture Gamma Slgma Kappa. Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Sophomore Cap Committee: Junior Smoker Committee: Senior Hobo Parade Committee. GEORGE JOHN WAHI., Ja. Chicago Industrial Administration Polo Club: Homecoming Committee 1-0 g Senior Hobo Committee 147. C University Brigade, Captain 183, Major 147. Winner of Company Competitive 187. Lieutenant, Infantry. ILLINOIS CTQ QQDSQPQDQDGSQ DSQGGSGQEQSGIL, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 VOLNEY D. WALKER Lakewood, Ohio Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. IoNE DOROTHEA WALKUP Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Achoth. ELWIN T. WALLACE Assumption Animal Husbandry. Alpha Gamma Rho. Illinois Agrlculturist Staff: Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. RUTH WALLACE Homer Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. EARL JosEPH WALSH Huron, S. Dale. Architectural Engineering Phi Kappa: Scarab. Varsity Basketball 125 : Class Football 115, 421. 141 : Glass Basketball 111. Corporal ,Field Artillery. A. E. F. HILEY L. WARD DuQaom Banking Sigma Phi Sigma. Class Basketball CU: Senior Smoker Com- mittee: Lieutenant. University Brigade Q2l. Infantry 0. T. C., U. S. Army. HARRY THEODORE WARREN Centralia ' Chemistry Chemical Club. First Sergeant, Infantry. U. S. A. MILTON WILLAIID WARREN Mansfield ' Agriculture Farm House. . Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club. SELMA MYRA WASSON Decatwr Liberal Arts and Sciences University Glee Club. I HARRY BREMNER WATERRURY Chicago Agriculture ' Alpha Zeta. ILLINOILS D3333330333? SQGDSQPQSQDSQDSG THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 WILLIAM LAYTON WATERMAN Chicago Agriculture Phi Kappa Sigma. Agriculture Club: Marine Club. Sergeant. Marine Corps, U. S. A. GEORGE GERALD WATERS Chicago Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta4Theta: Theta Tau. Sophomore Smoker Committee: Co-ed Car- nival Committee 135. First Lieutenant, Air Service, A. E. F. GRACE MINNIE WATTS Saunemin Banking WILLIAM WADswoRTII WATTS Nashville Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Phi. Freshman Varsity Basketball: Class Basket- ball Q27 3 Varsity Basketball 133 : Law Club: Illini Board of Trustees f3J, 141 : Junior Smoker Committee. UScgcoIAd Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, JAMES GARRISON WEART Winnetka Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club. Corporal, Artillery, A. E. F. VESTA BELLE WEAVER Henry Home Economics WILLIS CRAWFORD WEBB Chicago Agricultural Engineering Delta Phi: Alpha Zeta. Preliminary Honors. U. S. Army. EDWIN HERBERT WEBSTER Chicago Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon. Chemical Club: Illinois Chemist Staff 141: Lieutenant, University Brigade CSD, 141. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. GOLDIE BERTHA WEINRATT Moline Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi. . Menorah Society. MARY JANE WEIR Marslpall Home Economics AlDha Gamma Delta: Alpha Sigma Nu. Woman's Athletic Association: Home Economics Club: Hockey 117, 425, 443: Varsity QD. 421: Baseball 415. fzy, gay, 147: Varsity Ill. C23 I War Relief Commit- tee C235 Woman's Welfare Committee CSJ. Ml.: VIcePresident. Freshman Class. D IILLINOIS WQDQPGGGQPQQQDGGQJ P3QD3Qb334D34D3Q, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 JoHN NELSONHWEISS Genesee Agriculture Slgma Pi: Tribe of Illlnl. Freshman Varsity Football: Freshman Var- sity Track: Varsity Football 123: Varsity Track 123. 183. 143: Class Swimming 123: Class Football 143 : Agriculture Club: Sopho- more Smoker Commlttee: Junior Cap Oom- mlttee: Junior Councilman. Illinois Unlon. Second Lieutenant, Infantry, U. S. A. HELEN B. WE1'rKNEcH'r Mitchell, Ind. Home Economics Woman's Athletic Association: Jamesonlan. MARY MILDRED WELCH Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phl Beta: Mortarboard: Sigma Delta Phi: Theta Sigma Phl. Alethenal: Second Cabinet Y. W. C. A. 113- 123: Student Council. Woman's League 183, 143: Prellmlnary Honors 183: Vice- Presldent, Y. W. C. A. 143. HERBERT CLAY WELLER Tuscola Liberal Arts and Sciences Accountancy Club: "Perpetual Emotion" 183 : University Glee Club 143. Ensign, U. S. Naval Reserve Force. HARRY A. WELLS Dalton, Pa. Landscape Gardening HARRY W. WERNER Hollywood, Cal. Mechanical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi. S. N. T. C., University of Illlnols. LLOYD ALVIN WEs'r A Yates, City Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu. Electrical Engineering Society: American Association of Engineers: Business Manager, Electrlcal'Engineerlng Show 183. Sergeant, Engineer Corps, A. E. F. ELLSWORTI-I J. WEs'rco'r'r Maywood Civil Engineering Zeta Psl: Tau Beta Pl: Theta Tau. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. JOHN WILLIAM WESTON Peoria Alpha Sigma'Phl. , . Prlvate..U. S. Army. HELEN M. WHEELER Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Achoth. ' Home Economlcs Club. I sl.l.lNbls b33QbQbQb3Qb3QDQPl? 5349 39345454 xQSl8Qb36QD4bQDQb4D4b THE IQQQ ILLIG THE CLASS 'oF 1921 LOUISE AUGUSTA WHITCHURCH Salem Home Economics Illiola: Centro Literario Espanol' Woman's War Relief Committee 121 : Womanfs Welfare Committee 131 : Homecoming Committee 141 : iefretary, Junior Class: Historian, Senlor nae. LEONARD N. WHITE Little Rock, Ark. Civil Engineering Theta Tau: Scabbard and Blade. Clvll Englneerlng Society: Cadet Hop Com- mittee 181. 141 : Captain, University Bri- gade 121. 181: Preliminary Honors. Second Lieutenant. U. S. Army. GRACE WHITFORD Clayton Liberal Arts and Sciences MABEL WH.ITFORD Clayton Liberal Arts and Sciences RoRER'rA WHITNAH Cuba Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemical Club. GEORGE A. WHITTEN Coldwater, Mich. Architecture. Alpha Rho Chl. Architectural Club. RAY NORTON WHITTINGTON Benton General Business University Military Band 111. 121: Cap- tain, University Brigade 181. 141. Engineer Corps, A. E. F. HENRY WIERSEMA F'u.lt0'l'l Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society: Lieutenant, University Brigade 181. Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, U. S. A. ALFRED AMES WILD, JR. Kansas City, Mo, Electrical Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon. Electrical Engineering Society. Signal Corps, U. S. A. RUssELL WARREN WILEY Chicago V Architectural Engineering . Delta Sigma Phi. ' Sergeant. Infantry. 'A. E. F. lLl..lNOIS DQQDQQPQGGQQPGIQ, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 HOWARD A. WILL Murphysboro Liberal Arts and Sciences Class Basketball 111 : Philomathean. Infantry. 0. T. C., U. S. A. RUTH FRANCES WILLARD Decatur Liberal Arts and Science.-I CARROLL M. WILLIAMS Longmont, Colo. Electrical Engineering Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Electrical Enpzineerimr Society: American Association of Engineers. Regimental Sergeant. C. M. G. 0. T. S. HELEN GERTRUDE WILLIAMS Westfield Liberal Arts and Sciences KENNEY E. WILLIAMSON Gmggsmlle General Business Chi Beta: Ma-Wan-Da: Beta Gamma Sig- ma: Beta Alpha Psi. Varsity Track Manager 141: Junior As- sistant Track Manaizer: Freshman Varsity Track 111: Class Basketball 121: Chairman, Junior Cap Committee: Chairman, Junior Smoker Committee: Junior Chimes Commit- tee: Homecoming Executive Committee 141: Dad's Day Committee 141: Illinl Board of Trustees 131. 141 : Athletic Board of Control 141: Commerce Club: Comitatus: Cast -"Jeanne d' Arc." S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. RUTH VIRGINIA WILLSON ' Clinton Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta. Y. W. C. A. Poster Committee. EDMOND CHARLES WILNER Chicago General Business Theta Delta Chi. Chairman, Senior Invitation Committee. S. A. Ti C., University of Illinois. ASHBEL R. WILSON Champaign Industrgkzl Education A 'uglniverslty Military Band 111, 121, 131. JOHN HAWLEY WILSON Peoria General Business Beta Theta Pi: Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Alpha Kappa Psi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Daily Illlni. Assistant Business Manager 121, 181, Business Manager 141 : Commerce Club: Sum- mer Honor Commisslon. . LoIs JOSEPHINE 'WILSON Champaign General Business Sigma Kappa: Gamma Epsilon Pl. Shi-Ai. ILLINOIS DQPQDQDQDQDSQCPSQDQPI? QSHSSSQSGQDSSQG THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 HARRY MAURICE WILTEN Chicago Mining Engineering Mining Society. OLIVER N1Ms WILTON Lake Villa Mechanical Engineering Theta Tau: Pi Tau Sigma. Dnd's Day Committee 141 : Senior Memorial Committee: Homecoming Executive Commit- tee 141: President, Junior Class: Illinois Union Board of Directors 131. 141: Secre- tary, Freshman Class. LOIS M. WINE Mount Morris Journalism PlSign1a Kappa: Mortarboard: Theta Sigma 1 Illiola: Bethany Circle: First Hockey Team 111, 121, 131: Varsity Hockey 131: Daily Illini Staff 121. 131: Womah's Editor 141: Woman's War Relief Committee 121: Wom- an's Welfare Committee 131: Jeanne D'Arc Committee: President. Sophomore Illinae: Vice-President. Junior Class: Junior Repre- sentative. Woman's League: First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 131: Freshman Commission. BETTY WINGERT Dixon Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta. Woman's Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. Poster Committee. FERNE A. WINN Richland Center, Wis. Home Economics ' Woman's Cosmopolitan Club: Home Econo- mics Club: Lake Geneva Club. EDSON W. WISELY Terre Haute, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences DAVID A. WOLFF Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Rho. Adelphic: University Glee Club: Student Council, Illinois Union 141: Board of Ora- tory and Debate: President 141 : Homecoming Committee 141: Junior Mixer Committee: Varsity Debate 131: Northern Oratorical League 131: Illinois-Michigan Debate 141: Illinois-Minnesota Debate 141: Illinois-Iowa Debate 181. S. A. T. C., University cf Illinois. JULIUS WILLIAM Woman Lemont Liberal Arts and Sciences. Law , S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. KING WOON WONG Canton, China Liberal Arts and Sciences Chinese Students' Club. Chemical Club: Soccer 181 : Board of Directors. Y. M. C. A. 141. CORDELLE ATHERTON WOOD 'Amboy Medicine Lambda Chi Alnha: Alpha Kappa Kappa. iI.I.INOlSl "i0QP4D303QD3333Q IDO0QbQDQb4bQb QPQ'DfIL, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 PAUL W. Woon Carrollton Civil Engineering Triangle: Sigma Tau: Tau Beta Pl. Freshman Varsity Football Ill: Prelimin- ary Honors. ASeEorE'i Lieutenant. Coast Artillery Corps, LoREN'rz E. WORMLEY Kznrnundy Mining Engineering Gamma Sigma Kappa. American Association of Engineers: Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers. U. S. Naval Reserve. FRANK L. WoR'rH1Na'roN Doylestown,Pa. Industrial Administration Pl PI Rho. Freshman Varsity Swimming: Class Swim- ming f2J : Water Basketball 183 : Sophomore Cap Committee: Chairman. Junior Mixer Committee: Homecoming Committee HJ : Dad's Day Committee Ml. S. N. T. C., University of Illinois. CLARENCE S. WRIGHT Oak Park Mechanical Engineering Chi Phl: Theta Tau: Sachem. Ku Klux Klan: Junior Assistant Track Manager: Homecoming Committee 181. U. S. Naval Reserve. GENEVIEVE C. WRIGHT Chicago Home Economics Horticulture Club: Agriculture Club. ELEANOR ELIZABETH WYNE Vermont Liberal Arts and Sciences Le Cercle Francais. MYRA L. YANCEY Colorado Springs, Colo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Centro Literarlo Espanol: Le Cercle Fran- ca s. HAROLD CALDWELL YEAGER Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Sigma Phi. Skull and Crescent: University Concert Band: Captain University Brigade 141: Sophomore, Smoker Committee: Preliminary Honors. Midshipman. U. S. Navy. Lnovn H. YEAGER Douglas, Ariz. Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau: Scabbard and Blade. Varsity Football Ill. IZD: Military Ball Cggnmigtfe 183: Major. University Brigade Seaman. U. S. Navy. 'WILLIAM M. YOUNG Omaha, Neb. ,Electrical Engineering PITau Delta Tau: Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Beta Electrical Engineering Society: American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Chemical Club: Preliminary Honors. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. ILLINOIS bQb3QbQbQb3Qb3QbQDI? gl3 QD333QD3'i93Q THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 192.1 WILBUR H. YOUNGMAN.Sa1ltd.P0.fl.lla,.CGl. Farm Organization and Management ' Silver Star Club. Corporal, Artillery, A. E. F. CHI CHUAN YU . Shanghai, China Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Chinese Students' Club. Asiatic Society: President. Mid-West Sec- tion, Chinese Students' Alliance MJ. Jus CHUAN YU Shanghai, China Railway Civil Engineering Chinese' Students' Club. Preliminary Honors. Kwok SHAM YUEN I Canton, China Liberal Arts and Sciences . Chinese Students' Club. HENRY Gnss ZEHR St. Louis, Mo. Mechanical Engineering ' ' ' American Society of Mechanical Engineers. S. A. T. C.. Washington University.- EMIL PH1L1P Zslmzms Mansfield Agriculture " ' ' F rm H se Azricultgrle ,Clubz Hoof and ffl-Iorn Club: "Ag" Dance Committee MJ. - V 1 ARTHUR W. ZIEGLER Louie ' ' Electrical Engineering" A ' ' Acacia: Eta Kappa Nu: Tribe of Illini. Electrical Engineering Society: Gymnasium Team: Tumbling Club: Varsity Gymnasium Team 417. 429. 181. Captain 147. - - ' Ensign.. U. S. Naval Aviation.- EDWARD HENRY Zmnorn Chicago ' Agriculture A ' ' " ' Concordia: Alpha' Zeta." Agriculture Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Preliminary Honors. U. S. Navy. V I MARIE LYDIA ZIKA Chicago I Home Economics ' ' Home Economics Club: Gregorian. ERNST LINN ZIMMER Kansas City, Mo. Civil Engineering ' ' ' American Association of Engineers: Civil Engineering Society. ILLINOIS 'EQDQDQQPSGQQQPGQG Agriculture Club: Class Football 447: 4 ' Jil-1131922 Ilkifffi ggr 69 W 16.4 ' M 'Y 1 'fl ,Q . - - . - ,, . is 1 zz, fi . J f' Z k Wu If -Q rg 1 N U . 1 . . , A '63 592' , ' i. V ,ri fl if z f Q f , W 5 Q2 3 1 f 4 + f i 1 Fi, 1 K I gil A for G fx.. Af the. iwilzbt l M A Q of their golfeglel career , ihei wall fl d L, 5? the lllinou' ,s'pir-nt. .sllhouoiw agcunsi -lhe 322 A - background of iheir vision, remlnclsry, W ?hem af Hue h-urt laid in iheur hzxnalstnay f ibe-y prove themselves' worthy oi' ihns, .. ' tw A ir-uct., A 3 ' ' , Q5 ' ip ' Y Om: Hundred Fi! y' . , A Gi? 1 L W1 A K N11 195' I Z' w- vvw- n 7-'Jn - -A - ' - Av' "F A " -E A . .,, . ...V ,.., J .Y-1 - o'I'1,1L1QQQ ILLIQQ -d Z?5?"i'9Iik'S!2Q Y 1 J 1 you ' h,s ll IE SAC!-IEM l I I JUNIOR HONORARY SOCIETY Qi Founded at University of Illinois 1914 FI - I K V Y 1 ,4 .R . I if In . L, v S95 Q2 U1 I F I Y 1 ' . 4. I I 4 F7 92 wk ' l I I E IP lv 3? 93 I ZS Q9 I A- A Q Top Row-LAI-'UzE, Monn, CRANGLE, OLANDER, OSIIORNE, OIRSON. . h A f Second Row--CARNEY, REICHLE, NAYLOR, DENNETT, COATES, IIUOIIANAN, YATFS GLENN. , , Bottom Row-UEISS, SOIIAREENBERG, OROSSLEY, IIAIINE, BROWN, XVAl,QUIS'l', I'llilN, XVIIAWION A, M HONORARY MEMBER RUSSELL M. STORY '4 ' s. ,A MEMBERS H LYLE CHASE BROWN F K GORDON BUCHANAN, JR. A l CHARLES R. CARNEY I I MERVIN F. COATES I WALTER F. CRANGLE I ' LAREN FRANCIS CROSSLEY ' 1 ,ni KENNETH DENNETT E, 10? FRED FRANK GEISS Q52 '11 JOHN THOMAS GIBSON P' 'Q HAROLD MARTIN GLENN 'ft I WILLIAM F. HAHNE , LAWRENCE EVERETT KLINE , I DONALD FRAZER LAFUZE X4 ALBERT WILLIAM TERRY MOHR I A RALPH EDMOND NAYLOR K- gg MILTON MARTIN OLANDER M IS HAROLD WILLIAM OSBORNE Zi RICHARD REICHLE Q ALFRED FRANKLIN SCHARFENBERG iii as ' LAWRENCE W. WALQUIST 'Elf 'Q RUSSELL FINLEY WHARTON Q q HOWARD NOBLE YATES I N I I ' f Our Ilu'nrlr1'd I"ifty-one yi, QI' W - . p f iI1E,IgEI: L f1Cf9R,s,..Ae 'A 4.16525 A lb K-frif-f' vw S MR C" ' C A- - 4 N wma 1922 ILLIO - - A 'lfi2f Q .. if JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS rl: 5' P1 .Va A A 'ju V fn x J I , I l AI! 1 4 A L sf: 5, s f , 4 EH f 2 V .1 tw is 42 was 1 ki kd First Semester President Second Semester LAWRENCE W. WALQUIS1' Vice-President CLARENCE L. CONRAD JUSTINE PRITCHARD S t ANNE E. N1LsoN 6676 WV ' X f' LUCILLE KILE T y WANDA NEISWANGER W 1 - 'l'6tlS'LL'I'6'l' . 4 ag' JOHN W. CONRAD HARLEY L. RANKIN PM wi F3 ix 'A ni 'I I' l I A 1 ' ' 1 :Q ki I I If E' , A 1 f T2 37 Ls 4 -ity Gvl rl! L'd QE ii VAS , V14 Q One Hundred F'1ft11-two , ' 'I N mx '4 QTIQL E722 ILLIO5 F1 rg K A 'I V E3 .QQ 28 if SE GTD GD rg fi s, md W W A fs ff 5 :la 'F - ' Q 4 U i Om: Hundred Fifty-three K r i' ' ' ef. Q K V' A 1 .n Qfmjiggg ILLIOA E5 p 55 A I I , if J ka Q n IRQ fl? E1 i? E? 1 is fi! 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'f ' ' ' 1 W if r . if Lf 6 Q5 I-1 ' iii One Hundred Fifty-seven ,Ax I I r' 1 s 1 . 'D Jf-pug 1522 HMO FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Preszdent H. B. BROWN J. C. FRANKENBURG Vice-President JACQUELINE THOMPSON MARY E. RYAN Secretary W JANE S. PRITCHARD EMILY A. SENFT Treasurer THEODORE PARKER Om' Hundred Fifty-eight M Q? fi 5 M ff l I 1? 1 M E :ut A F, 5. 52 W I YC Ph 1': ii ii Y i fx cZfb5a '.Q.s,..ie 1Oza 5:'mXQQQazQpi CCH-HHCCACE10 DEPARTMENTS . 2 -ff 1 y- 52419-3 - ffl 3 Q7 If Hu w? ff j I, '1 , KW lUI.l.1j N f X f N L 1 5 'K I,,, M' N f L.. 1 i 'wif ' TW' f -0-can-rr1aQ2L1 Y" s -es.1"xf K o v Q ' T D D D it D !"LP:.'5f'gg9y ' 1 J ....e.1. , - . rig? QTHQ 1922 ILUQQ Art .p- , -.., gs... . i . nfs - L. v' F 3W HQ 2 9 1 i i s 1.4 i Z ll 9, x L-1 Fil Minis? Mi " F i I 15 X 4 2 nl it , F Hi 'gf-X L ' 1 ,,iW3I'W'fi Q tj ,pi f - - Y -VY . I 'f' ylihll- . V5 , ' 593' l hi ll i I l , 1 . r nl In is v4 91' 65 Q 2 ll it Q Q M -M ' Y Q QQ I . . JNL W... .. . ll V J s. 1 1 It is a grand and noble work to give time and strength to the alleviation of pain .1 and the cure of diseaseg it is a far grander and nobler task to teach people to live so F that pain and disease will not come upon them. If it be humane for a commonwealth i to give custodial care and treatment to its poor who are suffering from physicallor A i ngenltal diseases it surely is something higher to inaugurate work for the prevention 1 o t ese iseases. ' ' , ' No one who has given consideration to the problem of housing and caring for the 4 1' ' J sick poor of the state, can escape the conclusion of the Director of the State Depart- L ,za ment of Public Welfare, that we must unite our state medical agencies in a greater 53 Q. organization which will begin, without delay, the study of the sources of the streams PM Q of human disease which threaten to submerge our commonwealth. The cooperative If r f plan, proposed by the Department of Public Welfare, met with most hearty approval 1 by the University of Illinois and in July 1919 they agreed to a plan of cooperation r and differentiation, with the following objects in viewg to construct and maintain a W great group of hospitals and institutes in the medical center of Chicago, where labora- N tories, libraries, and medical skill can be readily obtainedg to provide medical treatment Q 'H for the sick poor of the stateg to give young men and women medical education, and K Q training, such that they will become active soldiers in the warfare for the prevention as Q well as the cure of diseaseg to help practicing physicians of the state to keep in touch Q with the latest and best methods of preventing and curing human ailmentsg to tell the I people of the state how to keep themselves physically efficient. The greatest object .gig Q5 is to find and check at their sources the streams of human wreckage which are over- W I Howing the hospitals, asylums, and prisons of the state. I I i V I A. C. EYCLESHYMER, Dean. , , N f l One Hundred Fifty-nine r 1 v 1 ,CfZ22.g11..".,mssf,pJaza3li'i's1: 5sa'i-3fw e3ie 5:LI f 4.16252 'I f 4Ii'E 1535" 'I K Y-I '-fairy' suv' If I rp 'VL' 'Q -was-V' Mm- su'-f" ' Q 11rag',mJlL'g '23pLs-.....ix'DRN1flQ -QD. C,:IL4551553- -444g?:A.w,- ,1.:f.fQNfL:fIO.n1xia.xQ Lk 3 , gi ' x Q , I I M 142+ 3 124 1 ' 22 f ' 1 S 1 h u . E7 F 1-V r IA I '58 6 S W E A O div WI Ea , 'r ' If I . , THE PROPOSED BUILDING FOR THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. i ' M A T' 1- I Y 5 J. ' if ' V 'E -:"' - ' ' ""'T 4 i 'q ' ' N .:::- i ' 'g " ffivi if Ii, " ' F- TE- 5.-3' F , ,V 3 Q.QE'L,.GQ,:1Qimcs :Qvar.:u.mnz.1.tQ:1Qgfa2ica.aiQ,:.2iz4-.h.L,4.:Q:g,. ...qzmr ::.o.4QiaQggZ3, J ' L 11 S1 H sg ' S ge? 5.5 . 3 'i W L EEE Q rx 'B W f , 2- . X 1 E ' . 1 I ' ' h 5 E 'W E bm 'Ep 0 H G , 2 552 ,Q S A LV I K, J ' ' F M n 9527 PROPOSED MEDICAL COLLEGE GROUP. .33 54 Q? Tv fx ,4f x' :wiv Q ?'- '-' 'T ' nt 'ffv 'TY' 1-1 .Jn ' "'-' ' ' "' ' ' Y.Xf-T "' -" 595f eh2e.QQc15,fvvF-a' :G52fQgi:-Z51!22sI25.n4:Q1Cwfe4 eBI9Hst5-fzgavx sW3UQ9r1S,ip'x E .- ' 7 ""'a-'7Qw"+""' 1 u it 'T ii' 1 1 ' . - "" ' QQ- If Aw-fewwbf-1--l f oTuL19221LL1o l 1 - L ,-Qi? W W1 .E gg: W mu ' ' I-in -,ii 'H1"LA:-2 fe 2 9 h Y J 2 i I is 1 W ,4 K f I ..f-',v 4 w W M M - ag M 1 ii? ng V. i I' 1 L . 3 . , ' v I i I L l Y I In it fa' GP ld th 9' Q y Q i 1 V RYA .E 5. W ' QD! ki Y-'4 J , .L - g 1 P x f' 4 i ' I I l J- Lf ig? Q! F1 The Board of Trustees has approved the recommendation of the faculty of the ff X, College of Dentistry requiring one year of college for admission to the dental curricu- ,H , lum in 1921. This is a most significant and far reaching departure from traditional 4 dental education. It is hoped that two years of college may be required not later than ' 1925, at which time the dental student will answer to the same requirement for admis- l sion to the dental curriculum as is now imposed on the medical student. When these W , two groups of students are on the same academic plane, it is the hope to make dentistry , 5 a specialty of medicine with a common degree, doctor of medicine. The two groups 3.4 will follow a common curriculum, covering the fundamental sciences, and general Z1 Q medical subjects. The student electing dentistry as a specialty will, in addition to his , 4 general training, take a course in dentistry. When this change has been brought about p the student will be, in theory and practice, a physician and will functionate in dentistry 1,45 Q3 as a medical specialist. Qlb at F. G. MOOREHEAD, Dean. I f i ' Q i 0110 Hundred Sixty-tivo A rf l p ' ' MQ . A V S . Y H - -. - R W Y :A -wav' W-iv rYr'Vv,-N ,wi ,Q e - 4.4,-.t.,7,... e I aae'eEe"ms'g'slQfZQh,.f'?'f'.e3ieezzias i9m-'2..fia9iQE2 f f , 1 5f1I1Li?522 ILLIOQ' 'W W if if 3 L M ,li 511 1 l 1 5 V3 6' S W S7 as QE 5' 1f za 1? fi H if f I J YQ F? 3. lb 'SQ Q One Ilundrvd Si.vty-three 'AN LL -. 4.-, -' ',-' ,.- 'Q-r, ' --,,- f- , w , - 7 - 7 -7 F1 1 f- . yx an 5 .M- mvLgf"'f mwgi i i 1a a9:m4Qmam 'fe , , - . -'s -va e P . e . .' '- "- !'Ky?f-"1"-ar ' 1 - - A. oT1.1L 1922 11110 . 'fbfZei,4m 'E A . . Q , :GS X . 52 W1 9 I ,F gm W Tr' j Gd Sf: ,g wifi Q ' . . ' IL- lg ll -l QL ' 'il P' I ,M 5551! in 2 . I l - liimimb l E - A I W 1 l , A A lf i?i . . 1 ' -4 u 1 , F ,l D Q l r ' , - 1' 4 L FZ mr 1 n N IAN " . gill f'N I PR Q2 g SQ? . .N K l ' WI .. at if mv H N ' uiif ,FA if" Q Like the other departments of the University, the School of Pharmacy has been F filled to its capacity during the last two years, in fact it has been necessary each year U to turn away late-comers through lack of accommodations for them. The enrollment A l of 210 students fills each laboratory and requires the division of the first-year class 1 X into three sections in order that the laboratory courses may be properly presented. , . The School of Pharmacy is now the only recognized school of its kind in the state , ' J and since graduation from a recognized school of pharmacy is required by law it is Ll ,aa the only avenue of admittance to the pharmaceutical profession in Illinois. It is to be 5, Sq expected, then, that the applications for admission to the school of pharmacy will if li, increase year by year and it is the earnest hope of the faculty and alumni of the school ,f i that greatgr facilities may be secured so that it may not be necessary to compel young i women an young men to leave the state in order to secure their training. V f Plans are being'made looking' to the practical training of the students .of the N rf School of .Pharmacy in the dispensing of bona fide prescriptions of physicians in con- w I nectlon with the large dispensary which will be an important feature of the State 5 Hospital now under construction in the old Cub ball park. The thought is to have the K' I4 senior students ln the school of pharmacy dispense the prescriptions in the out-patient E department under the careful supervision of a trained pharmacist. If this plan is .QL successfully put ln operation it will afford training of a most valuable kind, especially 'QE be to those students who enter the school directly from high school and have had little or bi QQ no drug store experience-a class of students that has increased markedly in recent Q5 I YCHTS- WM. B. DAY, Dean. ll fit IAN Ona Ilundrf-d Sixty-four 711 Y 1 ' , cxwzr .c ries Q1gpzc, :f?s,mN,zff g':-QBQIQ QfQQj6QQ1LL1OQ F ji l 4 3 1 9 .Z fe! li 5 I L. Y 1. vi V 4 8 Q Q W dll: GN Vg . ..-, 4 yy :E F1 if if 57 5: H 5+ fx 1, X1 g , 3 W I7 sw :ga 5 as One Ilundrcd Sixty-five I I I 1 Ib 43- 3453 3 E QQ ILL THE CLASS OF 1921 FRANK ALEX Chwago Pharmacy EDWARD F AN'roN1nEs Chwago Pharmacy JoHN WESLEY BANCROFT Greenup Defntzatry Psi Omega S A T C University of Ilhnoxs VICTOR AMnRosE BARCROFT Lztchfield Pharmacy Social Committee 147 PAUL ELzEv1R BARTON Lctchfield Pharmacy Kappa Pax Pharmacistss Mate U S Naval Reserve JAMES BERNARD BERARDI Chzcago Pharmacy JAMES BLOWER Clmton, Ind Pharmacy WILLIAM PAUL BRANN Cave-m-Rock Pharmacy Pin Committee 143 ' Class Honors Q33 Private Chemical Warfare Service U. S. A HENRY GEORGE BRINKMAN Elgm Dentistry Psi Omega. - Executive Committee' Student Council 413 S. A. T. C. University of Illinois - WILLIAM H BRowNE, B' I Chicago Medicina Chi Psi Phi Beta Pl. ' Plerrots Class Swimming . U S Naval Reserve Force 0 db QD 0 ' db 9 T H I 9 I O S. A. T. C.. Northweetern University. . .S. , ' cn I L L I N O I S D 33494545 3 3 3 49 Q Q33300639334 THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF. 1921 FLOYD MARION BYI-:Rs ' 'Genoa Pharmacy S. A. T. C., Lake Forest College. LESLIE CLARE BYERS A Genoa Pharmacy GERALD S. CHAPMAN Winslow, Ariz. Pharmacy Kappa Psi. Illia Committee 443 : Senior Class President. Private, Field Artillery, A. E. F. JOSEPH CHAPMAN Chicago Dentistry University Fellowship Club. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. CHARLES S. CLARK - South Bend, Ind. Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta. Executive Committee 145: Vice-President, Sophomore Class. EDWIN CLASSEN Gilman Xi Psi Phi. Executive Committee 443. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. Dentistry EMMONS S. COE Bnoyfrns, Ohio Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta. President, Sophomore Class: President, Student Council 181 : Prophet, Senior Class. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ABRAHAM EDWIN COHEN Chicago Pharmacy ' U. S. Navy. MosEs PHILIP COVNOT Streator Pharmacy ' Chairman. Class Pin Committee Q43 : Class Honors. Corporal. Medical Department, U. S. A. WALTER G. DAHLKE Westfieloi, Wis. Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta. S..A. T. C. ILLINOISI 5030303 333331 Q033333333 1' ff -T.. vw' I Jw-.H-.--ef'-W." affix , , .,., ,. VA I' E ILL THE CLASS OF 1921 THORVALD EDWARD DAVIDSON, B S Mason Czty, Ia Medwme Phu Beta Pi Sergeant Medical Department A E F Mama Louis DUNGHI Bufalo N Y Pharmacy Kappa Pnl Social Committee 143 Pharma Phu Kappa Kappa Psl ega Beta P1 S A T C University lllnols ROBERT WINLOCK DUNNy Beardstown Dentwtrff Delta Sigma Delta Chairman Executive Committee I0 LEWIS ANSON DYER Danmlle Dentwtru Delta Sxgma Delta Student Council Q25 Treasurer Semor Class S A T C University of Illmols HOWARD MILTON EDWAR I Lee Medicine... Z Phi Beta Pi Private Engineers A. E. V ' Louis DONALD Ersana New Berlin Pharmaoifi Kappa Psi. .- Social Committee ML A HOWARD 'J FALKENSTEIN Astoria A Pharmavv Kappa Psi. Publicity Committee C43 Private Medical Department A E F. Wauraa RAYMOND FALLDN Chicago ' Pharmacy - v A Medical Department VIE LESLIE.VlNCENT FAX if, 4. Dwzght - . Pharma Kappa Psl . '- S ' ff , Social Committee. - Pharmacists Mate U-Q6 ,B-VY . .27 j',gf452. .V ,y IV lI I r - 153? wwf ' ,.f:mm'51f':-:L1g.e,,, - . TQZUQ. .fa s Q db axe an 9 a xx ' ' I 'v N X X x si.: One Humlrcd Sixty-eight ILLINOIS W 1 .D , T H I 9 Q Q I O , K 3 y . I I I ' ., f . f 7 I I I . I . , , , 'IVR X'VIt:Sx1,r,4.4h'jfv, .-3:-fIJI.vIf","1 I .N I., 1. III! Ip II ,., V ' 1 I : J A ' XVI' jlflxflf' jf Ina l :V5k- Mgxxgia 'f.,!jf-X ,I f ,III1 I T X:II'I!II' I ALI '. A ' I I ,--.1g':!-FQ-fefwslgcg-55,I ' IL, . .. I-XI f IME r gi, QIIIIIVI 1 ' ' - - ' ' ' I' '-ffegflfllxf ' 5 ' In ,-tf iw: I If" QL' . . - ,I I, 1, I Q '-T' , "III IIXIN 'II III I I ' I Q' - -' ., Iilxx NIIYXX NUI I rl 1' .Je ' ' ' A qu-II XIIIIIIIIIIII .INK I, .."' I . , I ' IIHIIIIX , If ifiyuffw ' ' - ' I ' - ' ' - ' LIIS I Itle I I U ' I '4 I. f I I 'D V ' RAYMOND EDWARD Decatur eone I - I , Ak .Y I fl g g .I , t ' X . . - -, , V. I ' .V . Q 1. V A , ..4. ,l Gy' I ' f I' Vx I , . . 1 2 I Qegep' XF" I I , ' 5 I' , , I 4, 5 J' Rf: It ' - . I . . I . , , 4, I ' Il I . ' . . ., - . I, , e. 5 4 e fvzpfgl ir ,' wg N , T I ' av 'gl ' x xy I . ig: Q ff E .lr f 'IPS 'I II I , Q 1 I ' I 7 Q 1 I I I 5 , J K six . . A J , . . . . xx I F I If, f X I I y X I ' I 1 F X I , , f . . . . Z X FK ,xx Y 1 , I ' . XXX 2, tt , x x X, ' Q ' . T ll WAI, X, ' . . Z . QDQDGQPGQFQDQDSSQDIGSQQDSQDSSSQDQDL? ,Q3330033964bd THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS' OF 1921 DINA M. FROILAND Westby, Wis. Pharmacy KENNETH N. FENN Prophetstown Pharmacy ' Lambda Chi Alpha. U. S. Navy. HERBERT E. FUNK Q Aurora Pharmacy LEO KYRONE GLENN Davenport, Ia. Pharmacy Kappa Psi. 1 Vice President, Junior Class. Private. Medical Department. U. S. Army. ERWIN IRA GOODFRIEND Chicago Dentistry S. A. T. C., University af Illinois. CLARENCE H. GRAHAM Carlinville Pharmacy ROBERT GERALD GREENwoon Chicago Dentistry Psi Omega. RUnoLPH U-. GRIEFF St. Joseph, Mo. Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta. 1 DAVID P. GROSSMAN Chicago Pharmacy , JAMES HowARn HosK1Ns Rolla, N. Dak. Medicine Phi Bea Pi. ILLINOIS 0QDQb363333Qb3Q 933333330330 THE IQQQ ILLIG THE CLASS OF 1921 GLEN FRANKLIN HURDLE Meant Sterling Pharmacy TAKATOMO IRIYAMA Asahikawa, Japan Dentistry JOSEPH JANDA Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi. LEONARD F. JOHNSON Barron, Wis. Pharmacy Illio Committee Ml: Class Treasurer MJ. S. A. T. C., University of Minnesota. CLAUDE Mommy JONES Camp Point Dentistry Psi Omega. S. A. T.' C., University of Illlnols. J OHN THoMAs KAcI-uNsKAs Chicago Ifharmacy HENRY CARL KELCH Decatur Pharmacy Kappa Psi. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ADOLPH KRAFT Chicago ' Medicine Sophomore Smoker Committee. S. A. T. C. LLOYD NEWTON KUNKEL Litchfield Pharmacy Kappa Psl. Illlo Committee. S. A. T. C.. Milliken University. RAYMOND ALBERT LEACH Warren, Ohio Pharmacy Kappa Psi. A ' l ILLINOIS 533333333335 QS SQQSQDSQSG THE I922 ILLIG THE CLASS OF 1921 HYMAN LEWEIN Chicago Dentistry .illiaxgersity Fellowship Club: Student Coun- cx . S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. CARL A. MAETHER Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi. CLARK R. W. MAGILL Sullivan Medicina Phi Beta Pi. S. A. T. C.. University of Illinois. GEORGE ANTON MALINSKY Cicero Pharmacy Kappa Psi. RALPH CLARK MAPES Chicago Pharmacy Private, Ambulance Corps, U. S. A. LEWIS ELBERT MARTIN Monticello Pharmacy Kappa Psi. Sophomore Class Sergeant-at-arms: Class Honors CII. . PH1LxP MENDELSOHN Chicago Pharmacy S. A. T. C.. Northwestern University. FRANK JAMES MERLAK Chicago Pharmacy Private, Infantry, U. S. A. GEORGE MILLES Chicago Pharmacy Pin Sommittee. I EDWARD FREDERICK MUNRO Chicago Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta. ClStudent Council 123, Q45 3 President Junior a . S?sA. T. C., University of Illinois. ILLINOIS QbQe, 0 aa aae ,ga eaaeebaaaaaaaebeabaaaaobarg, 334933333345 E Q THE CLASS OI" 1921 ANDREW GnoA'r NIELSEN Chwago Dentwtry Psx Omega Freshman Class Pxesndent Senior Class Hlstonan 4' A T C Umversxty of Illlnols EDWARD Nowrcxr Chzcago Dentzstry Secxetaxy Semor Class 4' A T C Umversnty of Illinois JOSEPH L PETRANEK Kankakee ,r Pharmacy Kappa Ps: 4'e1geant Medical Corps A E F aj CYRIL A PHILPS Camp Douglas Wzs Pharmacy Kappa Psl CLEON K PLUMMER Fennmlle Mzch Pharmacy Kappa Psi 4' A T C Unlverslty of Illinois Louis FRANK PLZAK Czcero Pharmacy DELOS CARL PREHN Wausau Wu: Dentwtry Delta Suzma Delta Vice President Freshman Class 4' A T C University of Illlnols JOHN FRANCIS RALSTON Rock Island Medocme Phi Beta PI HAROLD A REINHARD Mount Carmel Pharmacy Kappa Psl Private Machine Gun Battalion A E F WESLEY JOHN ROBINSON Peru Pharmacy Kappa Psl Corporal Motor Transport Corps A E F ff One Hunrlved Seventy two 1 - -:- I ' V ' . 0 - ' ' TH 192 :Luo 9 - '3x2,':X':L1vELi.','v, 1E'l.', N. 'v,'I,'!v,!! All - z EI In Ii ,ql., f 'H ' 1 1 .lg V1 X A ' will ' I ' 'lwlxa I I4 " I ' .- . -MII ' - .- . ' v,Qp " - .... , ' ' . I . ll ul? fill If ' , , . . 45 ll A ,ia "N . ' , ' . 59' I ' link". lt 'yfggj V. l I-Liga , ' In , .. ' - .... ,' '. 6 - Evwfxrt QA. I ,I I. ' ., : 5: :IV ' " A I, All .,- 3 I . , 9. A . 1 F., .. , AM' 'i . 4 - I L L. I N O I S if a 9 db exe Q Q a IR Q QbQbQD6Qb3933QbZdb33QbQbQDOQb3dbQbL?i Q3 836333334 THE IQSZQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 CLINTON GEORGE RocKEY Joliet Dentistry Psi Omega. Secretary, Sophomore Class: Vice Presi- maent. Junior Class: Vice President, Senior ass. S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. WILLIAM THEODORE ROESELER Chicago Pharmacy EDWARD J AMES RYAN Dixon Dentistry Delta Sigma. Delta. President, Senior Class: Student Council ill. 13?- LEo EMMERSON SAMPLE Greenville Pharmacy HERBERT CARL ScHM1n Peoria Pharmacy Kappa Psi. ROBERT H. SCHROEDER, B.S. Nashville Medicine Phi Beta Pi: Omega Beta Pi. -'Freshman Varsity "Basketball: Varsity Basketball f2l. U. S. Naval Reserve Force. NoRMA CLAmE SCHULTE Chicago Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. Secretary. Senior Class: Class Honors 181. SUMMER S. SEIBERT Ashby Pharmacy ISADORE ERWIN SEBERMAN Chicago Pharmacy JOHN F. SMITH Montpelier, Ohio 'Medieine Phl Rho Sigma. - S. A. T. C., University of Illinois. ILLINOIS WJQDQDQSSQDSSSGQ EP3QDQbQD334b4bQb3IL, THE IQQQ ILLIO THE CLASS OF' 1921 HRRMAN M. SOLOWAY Mirmeapolis,Minn. Medicine U. S. Naval Reserve. A. W. SORENSON Chippewa Falls.. Wis. Pharmacy Kappa Psi. FERDINAND A. SPAGNA Chicago Pharmacy Class Honors 131. LoU1s CHARLES SPINNER Hillsboro Pharmacy Kappa Psi. Machine Gun Battalion, A. E. F. STANLEY LUc1AN STANCZAK Chicago Pharmacy WALTER R. STOCKSTAD Volga, S. Dak. Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta. S. A. T. C.. Universlty af Illinois. Jo S. S'roL'rAR Herrin Pharmacy Kappa Psi. ogoclal Committee: Class Sergeant-ab-arms LLOYD S'roNeR Rock Falls Pharmacy Kappa Psi. RICHARD Boo'r1-IBY S'rooPs Opava Medicine Phi Beta Pl. Private: Engineers, U. S. Army. ANTOINETTE STULIK Chicago Pharmacy ' Lambda Kappa Sigma. I ILLINOIS badbdb dbaibdbdbdbl? 5033308336334 THE IQ22 ILLIO THE CLASS OF 1921 EDWARD SYKORA Chicago Pharmacy RAYMOND CLIDE TAYLOR Antioch Pharmacy CHARLES SAMUEL THOMPSON DuQuoin Pharmacy S. A. T. C. PAUL WEBSTER TRANTER, Armour, S. Dah. Medicine Phi Beta Pi. Sergeant. Machine Gun Battalion, A. E. F. CHARLES P. TUMA Berwyn Pharmacy S. A. T. C.. University of Chicago. . MAOOE WALBORN Chicago Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. Social Committee 445. MAX H. WHITNEY Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi. ALBERT P. WIERTELAK Chicago Pharmacy Medical Department, U. S. A. RAYMOND E. WORSLEY Dzlnon Dentistry Delta Sigma' Delta. Student Council 141. Dental Corps, U. S. Army. HENRY EARL ZIMMERMAN Chicago Pharmacy ' ILLINOIS 5000000060001 A' 'vf"ii,'1v'sr' ' ' 1 ' Y" K I ' ' ' - - -F' 'I L ' Y 2. g 4 39239-gif" 'QP'-42 DTI-lE192'2 uuo .- W- R- Q ' ur PHI BETA Pl It 4 IZ' PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY Pl In Founded at University of Pittsburg 1891 ,X Thirty-Six Active Chapters i I R Fl L' IX I! nib: 35 'W IOTA CHAPTER Q' f Established at Illinois 1902 1 , 1 . V nl In Q3 MEMBERS IN FACULTY M W GEORGE P. DREYER, A.B., Ph.D. , FRANKLIN S. WILSON, M.D. . H , CHARLES S. BACON, Ph.B., M.D. GEORGE W. WOODNECK, M.D. . rm OTTO H. ROHRLAOK, Ph.G., M.D. H. J. SMEJKAL, M.D. ,N AU EDWARD F. LEONARD, M.D., P. G. ALBREOHT, Ph.D. 5 MAURIOE L. BLATT, M.D. W. H. TI-IEODALD, B.S., M.D. ,QE 9 A CHARLES E. HUMISTON, M.D. E. W. MOSELEY, M.D. 9 K I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W ' ' l Seniors H C. A. BACON M. B. HEDEISON H Q2 W. H. BROWNE, JR. W. J. HEINEKAMP JU r'-4, R. C. BURKETT S. G. PLIOE E5 N. D. CRAWFORD , R.,H. SOI-IROEDER 1 H. S. TESTIN 1 . Q Juniors . I W. L. BUHRMAN J. H. RUTLEDGE I ' . G. LORFELDT M. U. PRESCOTT I ' G. SHELTON W. H. VENTRESS I , J. K. MOUER 4 l Sophornores L" 5? T. E. DAVIDSON C. R. MAOILL 'Q' -1 H. M. EDWARDS J. F. RALSTON rf 'Q J. P. HAHN R. B. STOOPS I I J. H. HOSKINS G. J. TYOETT - f E., J. KELLY P. W. TRANTER P. G. ALDREOI-IT I ., . . . . Freshmen K dl I J, P. CRABTREE - F. J. SMEJKAL bl is A B. HORSKY L. H. JENKINS I " C. R. SMITH F. S. ETHERTON I Q M. THORNTON R. C. ROBERTSON gn' as W. L. KENNY ROBERT GROVES QI 'Q H. O. DEUss g 'fn .v O c Hund cd Seventy six ml M T , . rfb r ,. R ' L , ,. . K 1 V ' 7tWr. M"1,-mN.v'fi':'Q 'ff A Y "A .g was-X.i'f11'f2'f x i12?-- -'fi f- IL-f DTI-lE192'2 uuoo A 6 - YV? M if ,E sm Es! E25 Sai 31 L 2 A U gs f H L 1 1 In V l I al HB H Q2 l f F .. X I yy VY 541 ' 91 vi r K 4 x 1 1 1 54 L' -ap 55 by i t I N Y X iv A K ' if S4 lv' iw Top Row-wmcm-, crmmnmm, KENNY, nonsmr, nonmm-sow, SMEJKAL, smrm, JENKINS, cnovns. ,ck U5 Scgond Row-uAv1nsoN, n'rxmn'roN, xanwmms, xuum, MAGILL, HOSKINS TYGETT QE 'P Thzrd Row-nu'rLEnGr IXUHRMAN, Mom-:n, VENTIIESS, Lon:-'m.DT. ' ' al Front Row-mu.s'roN nxcm, xmowmc, nAcoN, sclmorsnnn. k vp 'XX Om: Hundred Seventy-seven I i r 1 Q, - ., , , p f 4.g Q5 3 A :iT -iv-A ,6i344,fgsas.,!z:.-9:15.-sua'-izm'. .s:1'Zm.+D,.g'ee1GZ2P-1E,'.::c2z:QaL'v.xxm'.,9 ,,4,ig+,?,:E.,gQQ L 'T L -p-tv- -,I - 15- - - '- 'J 1 ' .- gl- ' - - Q 1 .- . - DTI-IL 1922 uuo '2'CeA .71'1'.?f Q M I I III IIE ' I W Il hz Q NU SIGMA NU I I Ii PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY p-I ' Founded at University of Michigan 1882 :J Thirty-Four Active Chapters I A I I ji ETA cnmvrnn I' 52 Established at Illinois 1892 I ' V P 1 I I I I I 'J MEMBERS IN FACULTY I I , W. E. QUINE, M.D., LL.D F. G. D , M.D. L E gEWMANAlLfi.DM.gM. IgIIlIrxE, Pg1.g.,n1:I.D. A-1 . . YFORD, . ., . . . . UzUM, . ., .D. o. A. KING, M.D. L. H. MAYERS, B.A., M.A., M.D. W D. A. K. STEELE, M.D., LL.D. W. C. HAMMOND, M.D. my N C. A. WOOD, A.M., M.D. F. E. SENEAR, B.S., M.D. M E gi EQARLE. M-Iii D J4.SH0BAR'l'., A1955 M.D. at ' ' . . YERSON, . . . . ULL VA , . . , III C. S. WILLIAMSON, M.S., M.D. A. R. Miami, B., M.D. 1 H O. E. NADEAU, B.S., M.D. J. L. BOLLMAN., A.B., M.S. gg ,PK C. A. ELLIOTT, M.D., C.M. S. A. Dunn B.S. M.D. I I 1 QQ W. M. HARSHA, B.S., M.D. F. D. MOOREHEAD, B.S., D.D.s., M.D. Q --- H. A. MCGUIGAN, B.S., Ph.D., M.D. H. L. FORD, B.S., M.D. 5,4 R ! Bnoltlvrg B.S., M.D. H. L. POLLOCK, M.D. - - CK, - - W. L. CRAWFORD, B.S., M.D. I A I1gVE1'1QIr:,EJl:g:o1RI 1134l.D. CEEENON, BE., M.D. - - , - - . . ABLE , B. ., M.D. :gg T. H. LEWIS, A.B., M.D. Y 6 V 1 ' ' . 'Pi V MEMBLRS IN UNIVERSITY ' IN ' ' Seniors , I 'I P. J. BRONSON F, STEWART f , H. O. DENNIS T, A, R051- l I A. C. NICKELS T. R. VAN PELT . l H. B. LDUGHERY R, J, M302 I , J. D. DAv1s 4 II Juniors I I '32 J. R DEWEY A Lf 1, - . J. RISSING Y J. L. BOLLMAN G. V. PONTIUER if Sophornores I YI r W. M. BYERS E. ALCIVAR H- Q' GROOS R. P. CARON A C- W- GOFF C C M H E. A. EDWARDS . Y ' . . A ER In Ig Freshmen M 2. W. E. NOWLIN C, K, CONRAD QI 4 . W. GDEDEL A. S. THURSTON F A. F. LENZEN 54 Us C. V. QUACKENBUSH ,dk 'I G. A. Bnoucu E V YoUN 'll' I W G ELLIO ' ' G U I - - T A. MCNALLY I O I I ' ' lf' Om' Hundred Seventy-eight 'Ax . - Y I 'III' 'F I D ' - -'-- .- v . ' ., -. -- V L ' :QI '52 I - :NNEEUQ - fm 5 Jfggikjgg ILLIOQ if if if! :ls as H 3 if A R M 35: Fi fi L A W 1 4 In NA 65 U W - as 4 I I X I vs VN V11 'hi :Q Q Elm f PJ N Top R010-GOEISEI., CARON, MAIIER, MC NALLY, BYERS, NOXVLIN, TIIURSTON, YOUNG, GROOS, LENZEN. F SlZt'07Ld R010-IKROUGII, EINVARDS, PONTIUS, DOLLMAN, G01-'l", RISSINGER, ALCIVAR, CONRAD, QUACKENBUSII. K TfLiTd R010-UFX ' ' ' R07 I AVIS IOU 'IIERY IIRONSON STPNVART 1 ENNIS HOST A m N I 1 L 1 I5 sf? 'Sf r N 'S 1 H K ' K1 54 .1 5 5 -4 Q H va 55 rp 'D One Ilzmdred Seventy-nine . r '1 . - U ' ' 7 - , , .Q .- ' - ' ' -PT lQ'gQ,q ,: x . A A u"TJa2,-xiii' w- , i u9:m,.QL. 7 "WWI ,J ' ' 'A' " " ' ' 4 ' Y: V A ' ' 'L' 1- 'g!'Qa7f-f - - af" ' Q- 1 A - " - - STI-II-L 1922 ILLIO +'1f'PWK-.- A -- 2-1-QSE'2Qi3Q . ' J 'ch BE .. Eg ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 5 Ig PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY el' Founded at Dartmouth College 1888 X I Forty-Four Active Chapters N -R Established at Illinois 189.9 , U L' .4 ,- 395 la! J- V u ' I I MEMBERS IN FACULTY I ' . FRED R. CROOKS, M.D. B. F. LOUNSEURY, B.S., M.D. l ' ' ICQHARLESLDAIQYISON, AMM5 M.D. IRIARTLEY FWMRIIRSNPRG., OEERT . UREY, . . AYMOND . c EALLY . . F2 .ERCHIE Cf-IRAHAM,P1i.2, XC?-:VALTER EE MISCORKLEMIQS., M.D. DWARD . EINTZ, . ., . . HARLES . HIEER, . . EA JOHN R. HARGER, B.S., M.D. NORVAL PIERCE, M.D. JULIUS HAYES HESS, M.D. JOHN RIDLON, M.D., Ng as HENRY E. IRISH, M.D. CASSIUS C. ROGERS, B.S., M.D.. W Q ROBERT W. KEETON, M.S., M.D. W. T. ROGERS, B.S., M.D. H WALTER R. FISOHER, B.S., M.D. JOHN P. SPRAGUE, B.S., M.D. 1 I - LYNDON HARRIS, M.D. RICHARD C. STEFFAN, M.D. ' fm, KARL A. MEYER, M.D. WESLEY J. WOOLSTON, M.D. IM H, GEORGE J. LORCH, Ph.G., M.D. A Pa . R Qi MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY KY K Seniors 4 LEONARD L. CHARPIER JOSEPH E. F. LAIDE N 6 F. LELAND CHENOWETH DON C. MERRILL QD gg WILLIAM J..FOCKE PAUL W. RUSH if ADOLPH KRAFT LEONARD F. WEBER P' ' J . I Juniors ' H GLEN W. DOOLAN JULIUS FLEISCHNER P DONALD E. FAxoN WILLIAM H. MEYERS A I . OTTO A. REINHARD ' l Sophomores . J 'J -EUGENE L. BAKER STANLEY F. JANICKE L ,za AMOS BRATRUDE MORTON J. MILLS 5 1. W. C. FRENZEL JOHN F. KELLY W WILLIAM A. MANN, JR. CORDELLE A., WOOD 7' f N Freshmen RALPH B. ARMITAGE JOHN ROBERT JOHNSON S. LOUIS A. ASTELL NEIL M. LEITOH 'H ROBERT N. CROW RICHARD A. LIEVENDAHL K dl RAYMOND G. COLYER ROBERT W. MEALS I9 B CHARLES H. EYE THOMAS S. ROBERTSON Z1 - IvAN GILBERT JOSEPH H. THOMAS gig WILEUR C. GORHAM CARL J. UTHOEE gui as WILBUR STUART WOOD w ag I I rp 'D . I One Hundred Eighty ' ' ' , I' ' f-W-------' -H' '- ... . - S - - xv,,gv- V- V r' r ' Y ms Baci-Si . - x I I Cf, f fr 7, Y , -,.,,., ',,.- tr... - 1 1 T.Y A5 ' Y - ir. 'I . .QUZPQFX . ' ' fiiwai H S25 f ! -42? 4 g -"f PM Uma 1922 ILLIOO L-all A Flew W M I I rl? rd iz S1 fi ff, 31 . if M ' mf ' A 1 A ' 1 i D 1 n 4 A gk ij? Sa n 1 A r , 1 ,I 1, r H 4 In fe qi rn Q F1 FQ SQ '32 . . V . ., - ae r l A F N 53 5.1 Sai 1 I' 5 4 x 1 I I , 11 'A E. Lf? gif lax If 1 , N , K1 1 H K ' U If ZW E4 Top Row-mumwr, 1.m'rcu, 'moMAs, UTIIOFF, mm, commm, cnow. 15: f x Second Rozvwnonucm-soN, JOHNSON, many, 1-m-:Nzm.1,, woon, Annxlrmzm, c.A.woon, A51-m.1,. 'HX db Third Iiowwmrmns mN1c1w MANN nn IIFINTY nn IDAVIWON IDOOIFN FAXEN, MILLS. Q Q 1 Front 15010-IWIINIIAIKI Fl FISCIINI R MI YI R9 Llll NON! lll I RAI 'I HI HER, LAIBH, MERRII I V 1 ' 1 N W A One Ilumlrefl Eighty-one 'Im 'L' gA2 1 ' ,-.5 ' -V - f Y ', Y rf r A V , V. V- A A -7 , f-I""'vT3f'E2"" 'JL7 ' 'MX giibw ,., . ' -Q L ' A I E' 2 L " I ' - A A - . A DTI-IE 1922 :Luo I E.: 53 I ,J ' X ' "I C KW, P I Psy: QMEGA PROFESSIONAL DENTAL FRATERNITY Founded at Baltimore Collage of Dental Surgery 1842 L-I 4 Forty-Six Active Chapters BETA ALPHA CHAPTER ' ' Established at Illinois 1908 'X Il lm I In f al lil Top R0ll!-XVlCNIll'Il.SI'IORI'lI, BARNES, MOPILLER, ANDERSON, HILL, IIANCROFT. Q Sl'C011fl NON' Y-CAMPIIELL, FINNEGAN, SCIIMEKI-IIIIFII HOECK, NIARTIN, BARTON IIFDCFS Ng! Third How-wRImI'r, XVIERNER, .mm-za, GRKENWOOI noclim Nm1.soNg Alou:-xl or-I ol-rrxloclc T -' F'l'07ll ROII'-'-IUIEA, WARD, BALLMAN, RITTER, HARVEY, CLINITI-I, IIUTLI-LR, IAYTONI MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. V. NYLANDER DR. LA DUE W up MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors 'ga J. H. BANCROFT C M. JONES A A. BRINKMAN A G. NIELSEN F H. G. GREENWOOD C. G. ROCKEY A Juniors I J. FINNEGAN E. W. MOLLENKOPF 1 W. W. HARVEY LQ Soplzomores Q! M. E. F. ANDERSON C. J. HILL if W. H. BARTON E SZWOJKART In L. W. BUCHMILLER B. MARTIN H. E. CLINITE E. C. WACH N J. J. SROKA L. RITTER C. MUNNS H. H. WARD N R. F. HARVEY C. W. WENDLESDORF K. L. E. HEDGES F. G. YOUNG U J. B. ZIELINSKI Z1 Freshfmen E. SPECKI-IARD P. PARIS 6'5 T. E. DAVIS H. MADDEN Qb V. S. KELLER R. DIETZ N I W. MEYERS . . rp Ona Ilunrlrrll Highly-Iwo V V IT: A, - . . M- .-4.7 " 1 ,Hia -- -f f-. -,- -..- -.W . VI. 2lZ'4Da.L"Q'E:,'g :-.A'Q :l. . f ' if ' 1 .i3' , ff ' - ..a:92n... . ...ICQ f K t ' Y 'Y A H 'I 'Q-': !'g,yf..w-v--my-.Y - I-f-A f-- - - I FLA DTI-121922 ILLIOO QWWGN- - A -- -R--ASIIIYJ -.-G12 .E .. A KAPPA PSE! gl PROFESSIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL FRATERNITY Q' Fmmcled at Yale Univewwfty 187.9 I Forty-Four Active Chapters ' A N A A CHE CHAPTER ' I U Established at Illinois 1910 i I . rl .4 - I g Q R: u ' I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 Y 4 In lv F4 'Et gl KI KI Q Q K 1 IYI A TOP ROW'-WIIITNEY, DUNGHI, REINHARD, KELSH, MATHER, PLUMMER, JANDA. , . Second H010--EISELE, MARTIN, FALKENSTEIN, PHILIPS, SORENSON, MALINSKY, SPINNER, ROBINSON. , A Q2 Front R010-GLYNN, LEACII, PETRONECK, KUNKEL, SCIIMID, CIIAIIMAN, STONER. QQ V1 r'4 ,A MEMBERS IN FACULTY I1 WILLIAM BAKER DAY CLYDE MASON SNOW I' ALBERT HENRY CLARK WILLIS KUHN WEAVER : 1 EDMOND MORRIS GATHERCOAL JOHN A. DORJAHN 1 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I i 14 is Seniors Q, Y-1 PAUL BARTON HERBERT SCHMID F! X, GERALD CHAPMAN ADOLPH SORENSON H l MARIO DUNGHI LOUIS SPINNER LOUIS EISELE LLOYD STONER V HOWARD FALKENSTEIN J O STOTLAR I LESLIE FAY MAXSON WHITNEY W I A IIQLOYD KUNIIIIEL LEO GLYNN K, AYMOND EACH JOSEPH JANDA iq: FREDERICK PELCK GEORGE MALINSKI R LEWIS MARTIN CARL MATHER Q HENRY KELSH CYRIL PHILPS F CLEON PLUMMER JOSEPH PETRENEK A5 Q5 WESLEY ROBINSON HAROLD REINHARD W li . .- I Q YA Ono Ilzmdwd Ifmlntu-three r 1 I' 1 l -- Vw wg-A Y v ry -Y -t ' QW - ' w""-"U iv x r-wh EBI ,L I ICE f -J I I o'I'f1Li62Q ILLIO 'I FI! .. PHI RHO SIGMA .. I-4 Ll QL' PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY ' Founded at Northwestern University Medical School 18.90 . :X Twenty-Six Active Chapters I Established at Illinois 189.4 I Ju .4 I.. Et- R? II. Fr 7 1 I I A 1 1 I MEMBERS IN FACULTY 4 CHANNING W. BARRETT, A.B., M.D. C. M. JACOBS, M.D. .5 gg J. A. CAVANAUGH, M.D. . J. MCI. PATTQN, M.D. M 5., HARRY cuwmn, B.S., M.D. N. M. Pmncv, M.D. Z2 R. E. FLANNERY, M.D.. FRANK SMITHIES, M.D. QQ E J. FORD, A.B., M.D. G. F. THOMPSON, M.D. -HQ U9 M L. GOODKIND, A.B., M. D. FREDERICK TIOE, M.D.. db U A. E. HALSTEAD, M.D. H. D. swam, M.D. H . . H. S. HULBER13' B.S., M.D. FRANK CHAUVET, M.D. . 7 'I V N A MEMB 'RS IN UNIVERSITY A . .5 li. . Q V Seniors I l - R. E. PINKERTON J. H. JEWELL lvl - F. A. RETTIG L. A. ALESEN - 1 , . C. L. MOLFINGER F. R. RICHMOND , qp J.-S. COLEMAN D. F. RUDNICR qs ig C. C. SAELHOF ' E. NL DALCORN ij , C. F. PRZYPYSZHY J. P. JOHNSTON Q1 pr H. B. JEWELL . , J. F. GAINER as 4 - F. L. MCGRATH ln Juniors A rl , I P. B. MONROE R. J. JosEwsKI I I V B. M. BAILEY A ' ' ' 1 LJ I Sophomores Ig., Q F. B. LUcAs T. F. REUTHER ' sf' 'v CARL WILKE S, C, HARRIS V' M . S. J. IMBIORSKI A, QI, MM-HBE G. J. BAUMGARTNER E. A. LANsc1-IE I R. C. LINTNER f D. C. REEvEs . S. L. HADDEN D. S. KELLOGO w ,H J. F. SMITH W 24 B S Freshmen gl C. W. CONNELL R. B. SNAVELY 413 V. T. J. LENTI-I ' "A':1l"':"f H. E. Knowms ds 'lv H. C. BIGGLESTONE ' L. FRYE db al C. T. POULSON U fmt IAN , One Hundrcd Eighty-four 1 yi ll r 1 . I , .V I W --L , -'jvr :- - I W 5 :vi 'Vw' ' r ' v U QQ.mi5H i9hPs3-?AsH .s,,x,g4Q.CQ .r w..., I.. I 2 V ' W 'G- f --462:-n+ff"f-ff-'1 vf : " ' 'I I I A I f 'iQif:-f:Qi?afffff'-0-iii' ' QMQHQA -f-niils, N Q. 115915 . . . ., - A-53,4 - 9,5 QTHQ IQ QQ ILL1 Q Q -,IG,,,,..,-.-. , A.... ,QA - W IYI ag al Q2 y v "3 25 M 531 I 1 A I Z- bgf lm. 1 I I I 1 Y 2: WP U 3 I II I I III I 4 ' B! Ii? .4 WL 'fi if V 4 I I 1 I 4 J . ' K I aj, 49? ff lg 'I' 4 I I V N rg 'f ,H U U E I 532 Top ROIII'-C0NNI'II4I., IIICICVICS, IIIGGI.IiS'I'0NI1I, I.I'IN'I'II, HNAVIELY, IIAICRIS, IlAlIMGAI!'I'NI'II!. FIA S1700'llll NOIIYYIVILKIE, IKEUTIIICII, MATIIRH, I'0lII 90V I AINQLIII I I I IOI ,CIR 'H' 1f0'Z0-SIVIITII, JOSICIVSKI, IIUIINICK, IlI'I'l'I Il I AI LIIIIN IOIlN'4'ION IIIONROI Q KI I IIOI Q5 I"'l'0'llt 1f0IlJ--ALICSON, MUI.I"INGI'III, IIICIIIVIONIV, GAIINI II I IINI I IIIOIN LUII MAN! I ' Om: 1,lHldI'!'d High ty-fi va L' ' I I1 IRS 1451 ,Q if-W n f V ' ff "T - M .- M. ' .,-.-...-3,-A--T-W-, --f H-f f,-- -. -,-.,,- M- ---- -- Y. - "N Ir" ' ':""I " ' ' f':' . '- wif- 1"""I ' ' fi ,g.f.vv .Sm .2529 Img.. Nh! xvh 1 E J ' 5 GE DELTA SIGMA DELTA W' U 1 ggi PROFESSIONAL DENTAL FRATERNITY S1 ,Wh Founded at University of Michigan 1882 J Twenty-Sioc Active Chapters A I xl Established at Illinois 1901 I 1 W i 1 I Ae. I4 u 1 I T I 1 I i 1 I Y Y -' ' I S? 'S YA YAY E5 55 W KVA' Si MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Q E. F. MONROE L. A. DYER D. C. PREHN ,1 C. S. CLARK R. W. DUNN E. J. RYAN F E. S. COE R. U. GRIEFF W. R. STOCKSTAD I W. G. DAIILKE W. B. MIIIDLETON R. E. WORSLEY 4 l 1 Juniors l I D. L. BESIIOAR E. A. HERMES W. P. ROCK I , R. F. BLACK R. H. HOHMAN N. J. KRABBE I ,J B. T. BROWN L. W. HUGHES H. D. SWAIN L, 5? N. W. WILLIS J. R. JONES :cj Sophomores 4 hh A. D. BONE R. M. ORR P. MONEAR I ' H. DOTY H. REHM E. S. SCOTT I ' f L. D. HOYT K. HALL P. SWEDBERG 1 J rf J. L. LISOOM N. A. KINGSTON H. W. TRAVILLION 'I S. L. WILLIS C. C. CALL W. L. GREY ' 'fl L. R. NEILSON I. C. SOHUR Uk zz U Freshmen 51 H55 H. PAHL E. J. ZACK E. ROBBINS ig E-if R. SMITH E. W. KUIILMAN E. CLOTIIIER .Ig if R. WISI-INEFF E. H. CRAWSHAW P. WILcox Q F. SIEMER i ' ' 'f I Ono Hundred Eighty-six I+. JA: if TJ Uni. T 1 .4 . .fm A., - u N' nn, F ,- H uf .,:f v. 4 x f . u. "CT 1: H ! I rs K. v v 1 1 A I H' I J, - - M UFHL192 2 ILLIQM 1. Tgimwx.. ..... f.-.TW wp EJ 1119! E WX, .351 ' ' 'iw 'I 45.: , 'f .EVE W 1 S :Eff 11414 .. V. ,, , 7, I Thy, QPSK PSE PHD! M Fomzclccl at University of Michigan 1889 -. . . mf: EQ-7,51 Tfzventy-Ezglzt Actwe Clzapters VG' Established at Illinois 1917 . N4 11535 I VQHQI li? '11 ' lim aigw 1 ISE' lffilm 'M --'- mer .x 51:7 .IM F714 'tm WY! af. VW 11172 Ni .113 'T 5951 531 Tri? .QT ,gf-1 M wilful W Zwixia ET? l ' .RN M ,Q vi f' ' 1 5. 5. E41 Ha is ' li 'Q 33 5151 "Cx- ufil 551' H255 Goff 1 ii..-.1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY gm M! J. R. BLOYNEY L. F. A. HEIN V" H415 E. D. COOLIDGE , lip' ,, X -KM I 9.5 W lff,-S53 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 2 J 3.-SEQ ' Senior V A E. CLASSEN 'IMI Junior gwffgl A. KRAUSER M, '93 Qfwifh WM Sophomores Wx P. H. LONGEBAHN J. M. 0'DONOGHUE 52 'PH ' Fweshmen E711 T 'gig M. H. WALSH W. R. PLATER ,Emil E. BAXTER W. S. HARTFORD fp., WL54 T. W. KERRY G. E. EISENBRAND ,Wg iff' S. CAPINEGRO M .1 if One Hundred Eighty-seven if 1 Q M UW, NM Mgr-Q -H,--..,,,k,,-,,,,., ,....... WHT, ..,.. -- . Ev.. . .. ,. ..... .. ,... - .... ,fn -. V-.. vv-- W... .-- .....-.-.. .. . .. .ff , 1.1 1-Lg.-7 f1..qfg,---4-. -,, VW-VE 3 - ' fi 'fi'-:Z-,.L' .'1f'f'j ff' .3.ff.iFl.'L.Zf-T-1' E 'Yr 1,:.fJd'.,A?'TJ1'Yj'HQ'.lF'f'Y'.f,fE'-f'-TEYLLL if "I:-if-7" . 'L 7 1312 Te-fi.. Q4J'v415.eLzaa3M3::fA124314 .1 -:iff-.pimmf - ' ' r X - w I" I ,45,w...- -SSS-Q-fo-mf..,Qv,-'--f'v Qgglm-, V.....Q. , - rf, 0TI,,1R1QQQ Hug., :rg . .,- ... Q... , Iv! W at I 1 LAMBDA IESAPPA SIGMA I jg Foumlcd at Massachusetts College of IJlIlH'lIIllCjj ISI EsLub'l'ishcd at Illinois 1918 k A I I Q E A I p IX Z I rog Q65 s,, nl ' V W I P I 1 I I I I y Y I I 4 In 'G N5 lx, I H if rn Q43 65 W IU 1 W E91 ,.A Q IES EI I' TON' Rlllvf -LYNIHWICZ, JOHNSON. I I 5 Sz-cond Iron- vl-:1.I.A, ll. l.x'Nll-zwlvz, IILIIIIIA, IIAUHI-Ilt, LAY. I UOHOIH H0111 li lfCllllTSlxl, IEARKICIIS, Skllllflffli, I-'LUOI U U HORN' I 1 L, I MEMBERS IN FACULTY LQ I J JOSEPIIINIJ LYNIEWICZ HATTIE LYNIEWICZ , 1 :SPP MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY if ' Graduates ,I 4 I NEFF K. BAKKERS JOSEPHINE HAUBER I GEORGINA BOWER LIBBY LEDIC JOHNSON I ETHEL CARLSON PAULINE MCCLURE N r MARIETTA CAROTIIERS LAY NINETTA VELLA " , Seniors K- G NORMA CLAIRE SCIIULTIG ' ANTOINETTE STULIK R, MADGE WALBORN PN Associate Me'm.bm's Qgzf gig LILA BATTI-:RSHALL ' GERMAINE HLIUKA 55: bf! FLORENCE WIIITE LUFF EMILIE KNOAK Q HILDA GOLDSTEIN ISABELLE KUCHIUSKI I ' - PEGGY BAKKERS MIIISE mi 'AI 'kx Om' Ilzmflrnrl EMM11-rrifllzb 4 V I V I Sai., Q , , M AHQ- 'gi Y-MA -iw A -- Y-W-Q-.1-L--W-W,A,,,-,,,,,.. I Tkx APN? ""' ' AT" 'I "':4':"77"24"::'f.L?- 'i Y? ' " 'A ' ff -gf,,- " f" 5-X ' ' - :I 3 f 4 1 WNW E 9 ? Affr f V! . if, V 'l,. , -.i .A 'ff Q "" A , 21,m3 N g9 ' 1 x N. Q' X' X N '59-f ,E ' J ' . XNNQE??S3'Lg!!:,r ' ' , 4 37" X" wb' . -'D' iiilflgiiwm 354 1, 'T--wk " ' , Y 1' '- u f' .4 Y ,I -' Q? T' F . X n I b' I lx l , ' , ' "' Lx. A - 1 ,I ,V ll CR 72 If XJ L 13 L ,El 3 1----W , ,, ""'------ -'1f 'f::.:.':.::.':---'sz:.4,,1.-g,, H , ,, ,,,,,, H WY W I -.....f' ,,,,,am:,.,.-may - J-in 'Wxmmuu-Qvmgmw I - ,X . .....4.-f ,,,.:g- dN4-3 X "' ' " . . 'W Egg , . 8 1-AE LL N'-' I Ni if . a U-.Wx ff V ,C 'I 'N 'gr Y Y YA Y I I ' " 'fl Wi'-'gr' 1 'Y , - . erm IQQQ Hugs arl!'a.'EcmT4f:v.'?.-I-'srssezg .E I? THE ILLINOIS 'UNION I-4 y-I ' "THE UNION OF ILLINOIS HEARTS AND :W E HANDS FOREVER." R I This was the ideal back of the founding y ig of the Illinois Union, eleven years ago. gig President James on coming here in 19040 gi told the students they should have a if i Uniong five years later Professor Brecken- 1 l , ridge gave further movement to the idea, 1 4 and the organization soon became a going D A 5 E31 concern with 2,000 men enrolled. Since then it has been active in many kinds of E: student affairsg it gives an opera annual- Q5 , 1 ly, promotes and conducts Homecoming ZS every fall, and has in charge the weekly gg dances given for students in College and V "Bradley Halls. . K j The men behind the Union look forward to the time when it will be W - even more of an all-Illinois affair than it is nowg when it will combine M into one big, efficient society a multitude of- interests and responsibilities now widely scattered through many smaller societies. It has even been E suggested that the Union include the Alumni Association and perhaps the 4 Athletic Association-in truth, the entire Illini world. 8 l ' i I 1 pl Q? if ll it fi I X4 .,, 3. 1 . l ii in H qi , ' One Hundred Eighty-'nine A , . LLN I V Y -" - 7777 WW ' H jx Q ' 1"'1' iv 7Yv'1 A ,9 ff'fo:g" , if if is fe sgQ1w a3iea1er1f'11-':r,ge-,z5:R.-441516 r L., -. Qfgg 125 gg ILIJOQ H 0. -4 , my haw .. ii 'SG' Fe! L53 .e S1 2 3 KW fir R I A 1 i rg it 5 ' P41 , if 1 1 1 Y N I E qs ZS 83 T 1 W 5. if 'l - I' K BOARD OF DIRECTORS A 1 1 I 1 'Z R. P. SHONKWILER, Chairman J. H. Buss M L2 R. L. GORDON LLoYn Mossy H' H. B. GARMAN - E. D. Lsaowlcn 'f Q r 0. N. W1L'roN H N V ALUMNI is 'p DEAN C. M. THOMPSON CARL STEPHENS W .U U S FACULTY Pnor. M. W. WHITE DR. FRANK SCOTT 1 X ill? Q W One Hundred Ninety IL! ' W Q P I If' 0111191929 Img.. V' W! XYZ ,. F Q4 hit' E5 k A . I i I2 gg :W W, L . 1 1 4 n FZ me 92 ik Q 65 K W .. if 51 5:4 'I I' 5 1 A I I 1 I THE CABINET ' M M A ig? Senior Members Egg 5- u yi M. E. TKACI-I W, KRAMER g v 1 M. B. SKINNER D. CORNELISEN t f H. H. BENTLEY 1 . iq! Junior Members is IH K n tg G- R- WHITE J. MALCOLMSON J- T- CHADWELL M. MONTZHEIMER 52 J. K. FLAHERTY U. NAUGHTON QQ H. S. HAWOMH A, SNELL q J. W. MACDONALD M. HEINRICH ' ' VAN fp 'L' I One Hundred Ninety-one ,' , K P .sw T w 1 9 H F ' gTLm162QILL1Q i9 ' ' lg ' 1 BE if A-4. P' .w F J . fi 3 I if EA' Q A1 ? A 1 1 Y A 8 ' E-52 Fl f s A sa. Q' Q . 1 if as p 1 q I' .S . V- x I . .5 A A L' Ii 'THE STUDENT COUCIL 5, 14 R. P. SKONKWILER. U R- T- MGQUINN r' J. H. BLISS ' W. F. Locxwoon , A. A. ARNOLD A. J. TENINGA 1 31 R. G. TOLMAN G. E. MILNER 5 F. H. TRAU1' H. L. BAKER E L. W. WALQUIST G- L- GORDQN F. I. ToUR'rELo'r D- Af WOT-FF 66 R. PREBLE J. PRESCOTT One Hundr d N ty-two r 'v W 'I' T Y" e e erK""s2'ff-'...3-N,i 'QQ vw 7 ' il' H u- ' -ww -,QQ---gy - . 1 4 .Lyn ,4- . - s . bg.-1 Q 4 4 . X X , l li? tl l l ,E gg 'l'I'IE'I-IONOR. COMMISSION ia .H V ,X Founded in the Spring of 1919 by an over- H K whelming vote of the .student body the Honor lf' System is now completing its second successful p 1 1 ' year at the University of Illinois. It is a young i 'I' tradition but a tradition that promises to grow M gf in the history of the school. 5. 539i With the installation of the Honor System has :QQ if departed the tenseness, the strained atmosphere V' , of the examination room with the patrolling . I v proctors craning their necks over student should- 1 1 I ers for evidence :if dishonelsgy. students at Y r Illinois no longer to erate cri ing. Significant is the fact that, as the institution 4 becomes more thoroughly established, the cases B FZ of dishonesty grow fewer. The majority of the lg cases of dishonesty on quizzes have resulted in za convictions obtainsd bybthelstgdentg. In thedpast . KA year not one stu ent ut a a ozen stu ents 4 W have been responsible for the conviction in each 5 U case. H . . Of the present Honor Commission, E. T. John- , 'M son, R. H. Fletcher, and R. C. Preble are serving ' their fourth semester and will graduate in June. Q K. lgalciomson avho is sggzinhg his second segnes- A er wi a so gra uate. , t e junior mem ers ' ' gg H. N. Yates is also serving a second semesterf QQ E. K. Farrand and M. M. Olander are complet- K ing' their first term. W .. 3 as ag P 4 . f 'l I' ' A l I 1 .J L' . rl li' -fl I . r Xa lg it li! M f - EF +A dj Top Row-ol.ANnEn, xwrras, xmnnAND. W qi Bottom Row-PREBLE, FLETCHER, MALCOMSON. I . 'M One Hundred Ninety-three ,M I '1 r 1 sf. sam A' gi " ,qygia -D, . L' 'F A A A A 'QA w ' -'--"' ' S rg oTI,.IL1Q2'2ILLlQo et'..Wwra-A. - . ..1"1?: 52 .E .. Y. M. c. A. ki ' .vu . 9. J. r. R A I 5 M 592' S I ir I V 1 1 1 1 Y I In FZ B7 E9 QF H I I YB I 7452 . A K ! Wi E 5 M OFFICERS up pq A. A. ARNOLD ...... President fgii Q J. D. GIBSON ..... vice-Pmazem Q S. F. TOWNS!-:ND . . . . . Recorder F 8 I. 0. BAKER ....... Treasurer A 1 ' ' l i SECRETARIES A , H. E. WILSON, General Secretary if 13? C. D. HAYES L. L. HUNTINGTON 3:22 Yi M. I. COLDWELI. M. A. ROBESON 1 . . - . P BOARD OF DIRECTORS , A f S. W. PARR, Chairman V N A I. 0- BAKER S. G. SMITH A- A- ARNOLD R. F. LITTLE Q S DEAN K. C. BABCOCK D, C, Dogging Q HON. F. H. Bocas L. B. BAKER 515 Rnv. S. E. FISHER K. W. WONG M qu PROF. H. H. S'roI-:K H. E. WILSON ' ' Q . I x A One Hundred Ninety-four A ' ' Y 1 K 1 F ""'il 'Yr' :NY Ar I I' """'?G""'5'f"""""C'Y ' . L kr A -. ' w vQJ2..nfe':vTf"..i1.gc.' . me QTHQ 1922 ILUQO Q fa . Vg xY1 .E Vw P Yu l an Au 'IL' I4 Su fi F . if. K ff? l w Li li I I R4 i 7 1 P 1 v 3 .V l l 1 2.5 A ' H F'-22 E4 me Q is gi? me Top ROW'-HARDACR-E, sl-xEwx-xAnT, MUELLER, NEEDLER, s1cKl.Es, WESSMAN, IJOVETT. ' 6 010'-JASPERSON, MALOOLMSON, HAYES, HUNTINGTON, ROBESON, HENRY, BRACKEN. K 1 MM R KY! t I BOUOWL RWM!-KAISER, SMITH, KEEVIL, TOWNSEND, ARNOLD, GIBSON, MC KNIGHT, BAKER. i 4 0 E5 .L N li THE CABINET. f x A. A. ARNOLD, President A x X J. D. GIBSON, Vice-President I I . A I ,I G. A. HAEDACRE, Employment M. A. ROBESON L1 119, H. A. SHEWHART, World Outlook V. W. HENRY, Membership gg, ig W. A. MUELLER, Recruiting . D. F. BRACKEN, Deputations ff Vim L. Q. NEEDLER, World Problem Forum H. H. KAISER, Bible Class Ift I T. D. SICKLES, Campus Service S. G. SMITH, Religious Conference 4 r W. J. WESSMAN, Bogfs Work C. E. KEEVIL, Campus Movies W r R. F. LOVETT, Fimmce S. F. TowNsENn, Recorder ii' . A C. P. JASPERSON, Meetings C. W. MCKNIGHT, Fraternity Addresses K- A gg R. J. MALCOLMSON, Publicity L. B. BAKER, Friendly Relations in S C. D. HAYES L. L. HUNTINGTON Q C H afa ' ' 7 4 One Hundred N in ety-,five 1 I 1 'jf . L , ATA- 1 -.,-- Q' fr f f M, giltlf -j 'I 'ill ,gf " F 3' ' " YA 52ugggre-,.-aQeZfx.f9M.'fiBni1Ei'QHni's?lCf99FsE,KQ!iLIvA4aeLL.ffl-92R44QB.CQ .1175 v ggi 011,12 1922 M100 -e:es2'ea12e:'f"'. "' 'QQ SW S2 M and lrortnightly NMOS N Records of Graduates M The Annual Qun1'tei-IyTHE .J O and Former Students ThcMScmi:CEnton:1ial OF THE ln' ljlcailiiuartexsv ld " umm UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS umm or " Q r To foster a. spirit of loyalty and fraternity among thc graduates and former students of the E be University of Illinois and to effect united action in promoting the welfare of the University A M FOUNDED IN 1873 3 I 1 Reorganized and Incorporated in 1912 1 lg General Ofice, 358 Administration Building kg is OFFICERS fs A191 Rs "' - THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE V li! I ll JOHN N. CHESTER, '91 'EW i y I Pittsburgh ' 1 r x T. A. CLARK, '90 J Urbana, 2: kg E. K. HILES, '95 fig Pittsburgh E. C. cam, '93 Q Mattoon ' Q n R. S. WALLACE, '91 gg -W 4. Peoria N Q M- Q9 'I' P. H. HOAG, '95 I' Q29 Chicago kill , W. H. SCALES, '14 I , , , . Indianapolis Q JOHN N. CHESTER, '91 CARL STEPHENS, '12 ff, President of the - Secretary-Treasurer Alumni Association - Editor of Publications gi 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 organiz- F T ing 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 4 k affairs at Commencement, compiles and publishes the Alnnmi Quarterly and Fort- I , nightly Notes fincluding the war directoriesb, The Alumni Record, and indexes of l thousands of Illini who did not graduate. The secretary of the Association is on I ' ghei thizlgd floor og the Administration Building, where all visiting Illini will always Ll ., n a earty we come. ,fg PUBLICATIONS OF. THE ASSOCIATION. Si' R CARL STEPHENS, Editor. ,ft 1 The Alumni Quarterly and Fortnightly The Alumni Record iDirectory of ' Notes Aluninij l tThe "A.Q.F.N."J lUrbana and Chicago Departmentsj il P' Founded in 1907 as the Alumni Quar- The Semi-Centennial Alumni Record, ' , terlyg combined with Fortnightly Notes edited by Frank W. Scott, '01, and pub- K. 5 ln 1913 and now published every two lished in 1918, was the last biographical M js weeks from October to July, inclusive. directory of Urbana department gradu- Z1 ,M It carries news of the University and of ates published. It is a 1200-page, close- ,ing :rg alumni to Illini everywhere. Secretaries ly printed book. Now in preparation is QQ of the 48 classes and of the 150 Illini a similar volume for the 6000 alumni 155 QM clubs and groups work with the editor to in Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy. QU f make the "A.Q.F.N." as it is called, When it is completed, there will be " , , representathve of the best in Illini available in book form the detailed bio- I - thought an action. graphies of 17000 graduates. x . i I N One llundrrrl Ninety-sis: 'A' rr gg, 1 ee.2fe5z..2+4F3lGDE.f?Ee31ems s:1'a....tED i 6: V n-hx Q A-A ' zggfflfi ,. 1922 rmog AQWEEQ-f-r . Q ' n 3955559 .xg . rx' U in :qi i w .N 5' if if Q ? ss L' W ll if 36 gb 16? in H 5 ff' I .5 H S E. 1,1 Ao' 4 'f t 4 x, 1 N V. f, 5 ' "" A 1 m 'K mZ'z5gu,'fl. one . - Hundred Ninegyqa 4- 51:15 x Q Q 1-'Bn -LA LQ V P 1133 1:21 2 12' I L 0 zQ gb: mY! V SE 53+ Pg' rx' ri 1 ' r ,L we yr A 3 4 ae Q? Q M ' ' V 5 f . 1 j i l ' U' if f I , Q Q n . QF if W QQ M one Hundred Ninety-daht ' 7 A - - J - 1- I J ,-1. ,gn K ' 2.--via-:EFL -uk l x .. ..,,,.1- ..-Q-.5-1. Ju w s-V .: ,-v .-'..,N-5, , 4 -- -. - '-:Q -:-.5 . , ' W fs 4: Q V ' , xflfisfg .1 az- 'V ' 314 ' f -1 .vii ' .-12132. ..-4-3.5 I xl 4:--121 ,. V5.1 . Q wi ..g.!:514ij-.fy - . A La-Sz., -9. . .A-. -,,...-,.,-.. - , . -. : .: . f--'s'--" L. " 1-H s's-1:-12O!vFQs.--fumfeY , .-... O v"'1ET5C3ff?f 'L-:.'.,1'1 Qhimef ' ofed Carnival , Smokery' VOGTDA l lhlgg OIHQ WNNLXOTPC EE! AN 'Q ':" H2q'?fg'ge1,-.,rc'e- .2w:f:-xc-u-vi.:-3+ . --, .. ...b .. , , .,, if 1fef.-.mu-.wfos:z.?. f' ii? Qiiifkifffifh. A ' ' ,1.1bu.:rL.er ' ' I ,A r s23l": oTIi1Q1QQ'2 Img. isa ae:',z'."'. TYICQQ .E .E ILLINOIS DECENNIAL HQMECOMING .J IZ The festivities started Friday after- Sl fe noon with the traditional Senior Hobo F ' THE PROGRAM Band, and in our opinion it was "some . ' ,X 1- parade." There were Highlanders, con- A k FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 victs, Bolsheviks, beautiful women, y A 1:30 P. M.-Hobo Band Parade. clowns, freaks, iioats depicting what a 1 I 2:80 P. M.-icagh-Frosh Scraps--South Gam- man gains .by g-omg .to college, and at 'kk lg 2.30 P.M.-United states Marine Band con. least a qeglment 9f Just plam holmes- L 5, cert. . Q The daubmg committee worked fast and ,-, 5205 4:00 P- M"g2:1':P'0nsh1P Class Football furious and woe be touthe luckless senior Rn 'W 7:00 P. M.-Mass .Meeting-Gym Annex. who did not Pass their lnspectlon- The ' ' 8:00 P. M.-SogYEd Comeback Carnival-Arm- pa,1'aC1l1edf0in"led l?.tt1:3heUB.6ta 301130 tall? , N 1 . , -..r' , ,, marc e t roug e niversi y IS TIC r 800 RM' g:fhIEyIx11fXkYg,1:g fifglgfiiggg to the South Campus where the prizes 1 ' Th t d d v ea re- were awar e . SATURDAY, Ocromsn 30 By this time the feeling between the J 10:00 A. M.-gefiicaiiolrybof signer Memorial Freshmen andTSophoEnores had .reaches Q 5 ' , - 'mmf 'WW nfance- its cimax. ugs o war oxmg an ' 1 is um A'M' Ghfanlggfizgn and Smoker- wrestling contests, along with a pull- W A'M"?5l1f0' C' A' GM'm"e'i"'Y" iifrfgiheliiif 6332353 Yfiesipiiiaiiuii . - ' . f x W 12,33 g0ff..E5gxfff,Ff1QE,c,?esf?g, C,:fs1fif,,f,?8E. the Freshmen over the Sophomores. M 4:30 P. M.-Fipdns Vlisrks Display-Illinois I. After the excitement had subsided 3' , Q ' ' Field. ittle, everybody adjourned to the oppo- My Alumni, Reunion-Gym Annex- site side of the Campus to watch the in 7'00 P-M--l1fTf?,f:Sn'0Y B'l"'1"e"' and Re' Seniors beat the Freshmen for the inter- . A 7:00 P. M.--Woman's League- Reception for class football championship. Fi 69 fJ:1'2lfL'fjWQ,':ga'XZ'VelguiftfinHome' Right after dinner everybody turned QQ M s:s0 P. M.-"The New York Idea"--ilinuis out f01' the maSS migtgliig in the Glyn 131' I . . . . .t K X 0:00 P. M.-gi2fi2E:i1ad1ey'B, College Hail. Ilofinflyfgsggglg-Syria? OG. sz13S1an3rD.,? lvl ' ' SUISEIAY OCQNBER 31 gave short.talks, while Rod Mason in- W 9:45 A. M.-All-University Service-Auditoxw zgigggegieleglhetglg dA?rf S w sg mm' and "Oi-Klee-Wow-Wowhq lllVhen she meeting ro e up every ini new w a Qi' 00" the result of the game would be. QQ? 7 With this feeling of joy and confidence the crowd stormed the Armory to eat Fl Q drink, and be merry at the Co-Ed Carnival. The atmosphere of an old time county fair: f was restored, with "Forty-Niner" and cabaret dances as features, and stunts of sorori- K ties and organized units as headliners. Fortune telling booths, raHies, side-shows, pop- , ' l corn balls, peanuts, candy, cider and confetti added the finishing touches. I I L During the Carnival the Military Department staged a 'gigantic sham battle on 1 , the drill field back of the Armory. The firing of guns and the blazing of rockets made ' 1 J a spectacular picture and lent a realistic atmosphere to the occasion. bf' 50? ' S On Saturday reilviwrning tha erfltirelaggreggtion turngd out folr theddedicatign of the fi -11 enior emoria imes an t e c asses o 1914-19 1 saw t eir reams ecome a ' I reality. The chimes, made possible by the donations of these classes were presented 'I' ' t th U t f 11 h f b P d K l Af f 0 e niversi y o owing a speec o acceptance y resi ent in ey. ter a ew r I ni-ilmbniris xvere given on the Chimes, the ceremonies were ended by the playing of x oya y. lc, Following the Chimes ceremonies President Kinley talked to the old grads at the ' H Alumni reunion and smoker- in the Union building. Several of the former Illini cheer K' U leaders displayed their old time pep in directing the yells. From noon until 2:30 seemed like eternity, and long before the game was scheduled L35 to start, the stands were filled to capacity. With the appearance of the team on the field, a tremendous yell arose that did not cease until the final whistle had blown, ,211 Q6 and the savage hordes from the north had been vanquished by a score of 17 to 7. . q I 1 N 'lt , One Hundred Ninety--nine , 4 rr 612.1 . -0,,,,.,..,,: as"5WsHQlwE,..Wzet:e:wismww f.i 1 ' N' ""'i'5i'o!.'F" W 'v T C J' D A i- ww:-'le ' - . - - Pla oT1.1L 1922 ILLIO 65939-A. - , W. gQ H ' ll QE An optomistic committee had planned a fireworks display and victory celebration as QM soon as possible after the game. ' , pl Q All that we could say about the game- was said hundreds of tlmes at the banquets , 1 IZ and joy fests that followed in the fraternity houses. Those that were not too tlred to Bl el' go out saw Mask and Bauble give the "New York Idea" or danced at College or ' B dl ' . W . ,N ra Wilt? the dying out of the Victory fires, came a cessation of enthusiasm and ' R hilarity, but every old timer, no matter how tlred, was wlshlng that Homecoming came A I oftener than once a year. - Q , ki xl l I ' I 'iii' 52 I 57 I ' V J , . I l ' 1- 'i' . l ' 4 h G P P 1 ,' W 'run comurwnns W ' ' GENERAL EXECUTIVE 1 - ZS J. W. CANNON,.Cfwfi'r"h'La1L gs Q Kenney E. Williamson, W. F. Lockwood, R. G. Carlson, Otto Gresens, S. C. Greene, Tl o. N. Wilton. - . . , 1- K FINANCE-R. G. Carlson, Chairman, Mohr, H. K. Vreeland, G. E. Taylor, W , A F. L. Worthington, M. G. Coolley, M. E. Tkach, Robert Fletcher, L. Nolle. Q ' PROGRAM-W. F. Lockwood, Chairmang'R. M. Henderichs, R. Tolman, A. A. Q Arnold, A. M. Montzheimer, Leroy Foss, R. -G. Crammond, H. C. Eckert. rf ACCOMMODATIONS-Otto Gresens, Chairmang J. M. Kumler, H. Kaiser, an Q L. T.. McCord, W. Blount, J. W. McDonald, R. J. Malcolmson, S. D. Darley, G. Staley. f 5 ,DECORATIONS-K. E. Williamson, Chairman, W. S. Arrasmith,R. Spangler, 4 l G. F. Paisley, P. V. Brossman, J. W. Conrad, H. W..Klamser, J. F. Martino, L. C. I 1 l I Salzenstein. ' ' '- if 5- 'V .Q . ,A co-ED CARNIVAL-S. c. Greene, Chairman, Anne Coolley, B. Milliken, Ev' Lf? K. Dennett, G. Preucil, C. E. Kohler, C. Morrow, W. R. Hough, W. F. Von Binzer. Y ' PUBLICITY-o. N. Wilton, Chairman, K. W. Clark, R. F. Lovett, R. T. Moooinn, if i N H. M. Hodgson, R. E. Naylor. ' CLASS SCRAPS-R. S. Mason, Chairman, T.. H. Armstrong, D. 'A. Wolff, X, .H S. Wade, H. B.MGarman, G. L. Meyers, C. Atwood, L. C. Brown, G. Wahl. , E K K, FZ V s1vlo'KER-H. H. Bentley,.Chairmang s. F. Townsend, F. 1. Tourceloi, F. o. 5, Darnell, F. Brya, P. D. Cornelisen, H. G. Price, I. B. Morgan.. W4 ag STEERING-L. W. Lehman, Chairman, R. S. Llewellyn, C. R. Sutton, M. A. gg, qi Beard, D. K. Malcolmson, C. P. Jaspersen, A. A. 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The day was well fitted bs 62 for good performances, and the young R4 I I H athletes took advantage, of the favora- l I , ble conditions to hang up some good 1 , marks. Martin A. Delaney ran the 1 r i meet off on schedule time. Oak Park 4 was easily the pick of the first division B Q by hanging up 4156. points, with Deer- as field-Shields second with 25. Marion QQ 1 nosed out Hinsdale by S64 point by win- QF ning the relay in a garrison finish and E5 H H - a total of 15164 markers. Dave Kimball if , Q ' of Deerfield-Shields - was the best all- around performer of the meet and was I m f H U awarded the Ma-Wan-Da cup for his H gg prowess. Kimball broke the World's E4 PI-TIL MELANGTON record for a curved track in, the 220- FAIR. DQTY' p p k f Czfrcus Manager yard low hurdles by Stepping the long Interscholastzc Mgfr. WJ barriers in 24:2. ' In the tennis tourney Hyde Park won first and second in the singles and first in ha the doubles. Friday afternoon the touring Bruins from the University of California w Q15 upset the Illini 9 to 5, while Harry Gill's tracksters outclassed the invading Maroons 103 to 32. The Indians came back on Saturday when Julie Mee knocked a homer with ' r 4 Kissinger on base in the last of the ninth and defeated the Badgers 4 to 3. Q 'l ' I' 5 1 r 1 I 1 l ! 4 14 i J L' 59? if yi in r H w .5 Q, .S 31 "1 4 I qi ll ip fb Two Hundred Seven , r '1 ' ' '-- '- 2 ' 'v ' TF L- P"7 ' "il-. 5- f - ."' ' "TL-N 5941. . .Q-..e9'E94!f.ilE3'. 1esi-ZiJ3m'Q1QQFe2,.e1Q!i Iem6msa..,1.S,:s.-s9..de.Q.Q2Q l Tu 'TTB-T' W A ' ' D7-' ' er' Y'Y Y ,Z 'BL A I '1HT'0! , ,,,-,QF v 1 . .--J.. ,. - . . IL: oTI,.11,:1QQQ ILUQQ N1 . , W1 n I . ' F ,f as 2-1 i ' -f Ig V f X , It was a genuine circus. From the time that the traditional Ag lg ,pn I opening parade rolled ponderously around the brilliantly K 'A - lighted arena and exhibited its hints of coming events to the A l e Vw lu. 8,500 people assembled: until the, big show ended with the Star I 1 .b 15 ,I gf, JH' Spangled Banner and a final fireworks displayg it was a genuine ' ii ,JB circus. The horses, the modern chariots fFordsJ , the gymnasts, 592 'Q' l , the take-offs on famous and infamous events of history, and IQ! 1 :,. P ' L l l , ' above all, the clowns and everything that go to makeup a real, I Q if 3 old-fashioned circus, were assembled on Illinois Field. fm fl ' 1 P , ,L X I g In ig Q is af' een' ' ' A gf' Phi Kappa Tau won first prize in the large organ- H ization stunt competition with its act, "All for Love," W . I 1 - - which depicted the various methods and fashions of g Q making love during the past few centuries. Tau Kappa ,M Epsilon came second with a "Tournament from Ivanhoe." gp Chi Beta secured first honors in the small organizations' 9 'Al division with "The Great Melting Pot," a tableau that K depicted the varied results of a college education on ml ,Q different individuals. Delta Sigma Phi got second in ' Q this division with a circus scene from "Nero's Days." le! St 4237- CA Fu sn Alpha Chi Omega carried off F I honors in the Inter-sorority re- 1 lay with their team captained I ' by Harry Hodde '23. Delta - A ,J 1 59? Gamma came second. Eg! 'Q Everything went oii' on sched- ff r uled'time, with few mistakes, 'f' , and no serious errors. The 4 V night was perfect, the lighting -, 'A worked well, the players were K, jg in earnest-a genuine circus had completed a very success- 435 ful Interscholastic. ,, , N ll Q' H T ufo Humlrrrl Eight 'AN r 1 P 1 ' 1 'Q' - " f , ,.' . , --11 ,. D 1 , --'Cf W ,A . P-X 624. 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A If! 1 eQTIzlL',i6QQILL1Qg fd: h,,,t ,. , H ,W?, ,., W, W E5 V ff: 3 +C R I A 'A M 245 JY if L , , ' .P 4 ' Q? 9? ae YB GAY Q Q .., Si af KJ 7:34 W A A x 1 I 4 , 1 Q ki iiie L04 r H ff y N Q1 gf ,YZ U 53 iii Two Hundred Ten 3511.1 152-2 Hugo H 5 I K1 5 Vt 4 U 1 H hid fi ff 3 U 'f H fi H , Q, N ge' is I . 911: SE 'M Two Hundred Eleven fb I I v 1 'J-seized .mg Q25 QQ ILL102. 552 lil gg . , ..W, O O U ,,1,.. ,, , .. nl QQ HNTERSCHQLASSTEC BASKETBALL T-QJURNAMENT 115 r' E3 The greatest and at times the most exciting basketball tournament came to a fit- lf' ting close when the plucky Marion quintet came from behind with a sterling garrison Fl fi . .H finish and nosed out Rockford 24-23 for the State Title. Three days of the fiercest K kind of competition were needed to bring out a winner. After the opening rounds A R Batavia, Marion, Rockford, and New Trier remained in the semi-finals. Mount Vernon, I A I last year's winner, was eliminated on the first night by Champaign, who in turn were i 3 !, ousted by the speedy New Trier five. The Kenilworth crew was composed of stars, K4 if for the brilliant guarding of Parker and the speedy work of Varney and Rand at bk forward were some of the outstanding features of the tournament. In the semi-finals fi. 'i 1 Rockford eliminated Batavia while Marion barely won over New Trier. The final I V game was a heart-breaker for the Red and Black of Rockford. Baker and Carlson 1 , were Rockford's sentellites and by gilt-edge basket shooting kept ahead of the plucky 1 , ' Maize and Blue team. With live minutes left to. play, Rockford led 23-18, and then , 4 the Egyptians staged their final desperate rally that crowned them with victory. New H 9 ' Trier defeated Batavia for third honors 33-28. Dougherty of Streator was picked as S: kg the best forward on the floor. He was an excellent shot and a good all around man. W Belford was the shining light for Marion, while Parker displayed wonderful guard- glp ing ability. The Daily Illini made these selections for an All-State Team: gig H First Team Second Team. H ' ' Dougherty, Streator .......... ............, R.F .,......,.., .......... V arney, New Trier gg Baker, Rockford ...,.,.................................... L.F .,,.....,.... .......,.. R and, New Trier gg Belford, fCapt.J, Marion .............,....... C ............ ........,,.,... M auer, Batavia 59 Carlson, Rockford ,..,.. ................................. R .G .....,............,...,.....,..,................. Biggs, Marion Q9 Parker, New Trier ....,..........,..............,.,,.. L.G ......,...,...,.......,.,....,....... Brown, New Trier W MARION HIGH SCHOOL W ' ' Illinois State Champions F l F l sit ii F x A i I 1 L 1 I ' ' 1 .J L rg? Q! S, 5.0 .1 P. vi' 'f i r , w W 'H W if i E ,fail S4 E72 GF fp Q9 Top Row-nomNsoN, COACH, STONE, JOHNSON. Q ' Bottom .ROW-NVALLACE, STOTLER, IEFJLFORD, SLATFIR RICGS ' U r x Al Two Ilundrcd Twelve VL! ' W PQ-w " -.- -, ' B' Q 1,9 .TY -gn" -nm YT f S----, 1- I--79B Jfggjijgg ILLIQQ 52 Vp H w 'Is P!-N Y A . 4 13 3' 3 5 ,X A A V I A I bg M 56' I5 -0 5, lu. F2 ft , I 1 ge ae F. P24 lg? M JI. W 51 Id vi F :W E1 if W 1 N N K. if 5 E' FD 1...X iff Ei I T11-o llmmf-fd 1'1m-mm f '12, V ' Y "-T-:'L"4'1""!'i"'g""'i"! Tr' 7 Ax' A 'W T l' 'Ai' "!"" " """"' Y' ' QQ. .A 1 .--.n'if-'Qihn-,.-. - . . FL.: oTH1Q,1QQQ ILLIQQ art..-fiwfax, . - , Trslzi . . , li ii .. .E XIII 6 W Vu! --1 I.. P 4 3 5,1 Q w gb is it r I .w if' H F. 'X A A I A 1 7 W i 4 I I l .4 ,. A- i. ' afil I 1 V1 5 1 1 V I 1 7 W 4 In IU 'Q U 55 if H ? rll gig 655 55 E4 . . , .X lil ii' .. it Fw' il THE SENHTDEQ MEMORIAL CIEEIIIMIES F I 1 The idea of purchasing a set of chimes for the University originated with the 1 L class of 1914. H. P. Daugherty, who was at that time Editor of the Daily Illini was J , , one of the foremost in conceiving the idea which for the past six years has been . Q f J developing. L 5? The first chairman of the Chimes committee was Edward H. Berry, '14, and the- E05 Q last chairman Reuben G. Carlson '21, I ' It is quite interesting to retrace the development of this undertaking. It is a , V i difficult thing to collect money for a Senior Memorial which is not going to materialize N Y for several years after you have completed your college career However, this did .W not seem to stand in the way. The class of 1914 started the fund with something over 'F one thousand dollars and each class has been adding to this fund ever since. W KS The glory of presenting such a memorial to the University must be shared by all Z1 Q55 the classes from 1914 to 1921, inclusive. It is a great honor indeed and a gift quite 531 worthy of praise. THF The three largest bells of the thirteen which go to make up the set, bear the fol- ill? O O E' lowing interesting and suitable inscriptions: H ' Q w f N Two Ilundrcd Fourteen IL! 'A' , Q32Q i.-a1.i?Ja?a'v'1i'1'l ,fsaeasefa1cQET,.'E.eer:ezm iQ:1v,...gg.1421 r Y ' Yqvpp-.'1"'i', 'is""xv"'-:..gg' 'i"s-3 1 vigil T" A 'T T A f'!"'fx,,iig,i1ii?TF":LiE'F?' ' , se. 1. - . he eT1,1Q 192-2 Huge ,rl . - S7 in .E it QIIQ 'FG' , 5131 1 lg i Sa .M 1 '67 rs ' ,4 1 p f i , 1 if Li ii P34 I 1 , 1 n fi I I 1 v 1 4 In Fi S2 We Z' 7152 E531 CII? 1llP H ? fb Q iii ES FF 1 1 ti 6 . ni r:-1 is Large Bell. N The Classes of 1914 to 1921 I' A Inscribe this Bell in Grateful Tribute , 0 To ' , I i EDMUND JANES JAMES President 1904-1920 ' ' y AAGi1L'-gd and 'Inspired Leader t' St t . Sa 'I eel? asm te This Bell commemorates the Patriotism, Resolution and Zeal of the Men Trained W Here in the United States School of Military Aeronautics 1917-18. Third Bell. L1 Thlifgliih thcE4i5Chim1e5s1ithe qgjsses of 7 w , 1918 1919 1920 1921 K- ,W Call the Multiplying and Majestic Company of Students and Graduates to Join in U Gratitude, Loyalty and Devotion to Their Alma Mater, Q The dedication ceremony in charge of Victor Cullen took place at the annual FD' Homecoming, October 30, 1920, This occasion will never be forgotten by the hundreds ,ds Q5 of new and old Illini who were present and as the bells burst forth with Illinois Loyalty gg every heart throbbed with a new sense of pride in their own great University. I O Q S Q 1 gg Two Hundred Fifteen , q v 1 1 1 so , 1 we 1 :-- --' f f ' -.f. if jf ', '- -'53 4.1" 7" ' "1 .,......e,f..-'5e:m.'-eJnafs:.'lF .f.i21'- i'v1-..,-Qlc23Ee.fe1Qesa.m1dm-.,1,,sf..e:me5.l..de.wa.GZQ x4 Sfgg 1522 ILLIQQ iv! WF 'X ' rn Rl N1 Q A 331' J rox 4 .15 Q Ll ' rx ge YA an V12 26 36 F fi M . Ei 1'3" fi H ?- .W 'I ,i n, I Y I Y!! ks I N K 1 KZ RJ if Ei Two Hu'nrlrcd Sixteen Zi , V. ' L ' ' -v 1 7 A 'Y A l -v f Y ' S225 AW-fg - -e M DTI-ll3.1922 ILLIOO .awww-if -- -fi'-A X --fig SW G2 gg mms may gg S1 .M ' . px A i A 1 l 4 p 1 xiii 504 u ! I i I l l I 1 1 ' X 1 4 In F? F H ? 3 ZS MX E5 ES 5 I 4 l 5 I ' Vs i VY i V51 i E221 ' Sf' L 53 'I F , ' 1 With the First Annual Dads' Day held the week-end of November 20, 1920, Illinois 7 l has a new institution to take its place beside Homecoming. Each year the Dads of I P ' present and future Illini will be invited to the campus as guests of honor that they may , J l J become better acquainted with the University of their sons and daughters. Lt' On Friday, Nov. 19, one thousand fathers laid aside their business and journeyed 1 to Champaign, many of them for the first time. , l . Saturday morning the campus was thronged with Dads. The University build- X , V ings were thrown open for their inspection. Saturday afternoon eager Dads filled the , Y ' stands at the Ohio-Illinois football game, the first football game for many. Saturday w I evening, happy and well fed, the Dads crowded into the Gym Annex to meet President 1 5 Kinley and members of the faculty. A X S . From New Orleans, from the North, from the Rockies, and from the Alleghenies Q l the Dads came. Unanimously they balloted for a repetition of the event next Fall, QF "so that we 'can see another' football game." 'SIP Q9 db 4 I I ' Q i 'N Two Hundred Seventeen r 1 , ' ' 'fr-ww W.,-7 v F - i ff 1 -'H A-I'--v , Qggpp, ,,. i s :efmsB.?,,s-,f.3gs... -. 1.53: ' 7" I ' "i'17""'l' ' 'Yr' E :YE E 'I E ll' '-' "'v"!5'f"""-"" ' , fe... .SL1 oTl,.H.l1Q2Q1LLlQo Q. . rfrsa... . lil til 914 MEMQREAL TREE PLANTING new r 4 X 5 1 Ig gn rs A K l 1 . I i l r i in ill . 5 : ' 2 1 1 1, Y R 1 4 I le . MEMORIAL TREE PLANTING COMMITTEE. v-fu 4 fi 'FQ QD Just when the University community was settling down tonwork last year 'and Q ' seemingly forgetting that a war had ever been foughtythe Illini heart opened wide- ' - so bwide that each igember gfbthe hcariigus, stitgdent, faculty and town-folk algae, lcon- I - tri uted to the fun starte y t e inois nion owar commemora ing e ives y ZS of those Gold Star Illini 'who had gone the good' road "West," i A The result of this heart-opening was a huge and memorable ceremony on April 23 QQ which brought the Illini community together for one afternoon when the rush of work Q was forgotten and each heart beat for, and each thought-flight hesitated over, those 173 l Illini in whose memory 173 trees were planted-trees that have already started to l iw sspreagutheir ioots in the good soil of Illinois to grow as living memorials to the Gold Km 1 tar inois eroes. I - 1 To the Illinois Union goes the credit for bringing about the purchasing and plant- A 6 ing of these trees. The original thought was to make this a student memorial.to W gg former studentsg so wide, however, was the appeal made by the thought of planting ij trees in commemoration of these lives that faculty and towns-folk joined with the V' students in raising. the-funds-the response .showed clearly tha-t the callous contact f gf xgar gui the after-eifgcthof rush and regadjustment had not dulled the feelings, nor t e emotions, o t e campus community. N ea with but three days publicity the committee appointed by the Illinois Union P launched the drive for funds, and more than 51,550 was contributed tothe Salvation 4 I Army kettles placed at various points on the campus during a ten hour period. Then, with the aid of the Supervising Architect, the work of arranging for the placing of the trees ,was started They were distributed at odd points about the Armory, and then, I ' ' anaaveniilefof trges around the drill field was p1annedN This lavenlge to bg fifty feet Ll ' 't orty eet separating the trees in the rows. ame-p ates or eac tree were ,f 'Ba rlgoeoxrvdered. Q2 X1 On the afternoon of April 23 the drill field of the University was packed with P' ip pfiople-istiidcfgits, fagulty membegs, Twin City hfolk, and relIz5tivesEof the gold Star 'fl ini w o a come or mi es to e present at t e ceremony. ean ugene avenport, , of the. College of Agriculture, gave- the memorial address. Under the guidance of Y Major 'G. F. N. Dailey, the military department gave the proper atmosphere to an I, occasion thatwasdedicated to the Illini heroes of the war. The actual planting of the ' H trees-was done entirelyi bg? lstudents, formed into teams of ten to a tree.- In this work gy' gl men an women s are ai e. - ff It was an afternoon not soon to be forgotten by participating Illini, and as the " 1 trees begin to spread their roots further and develop their majestic branches, Illini 5,4 of coming generations will witness in each tree a tribute from a beating Illini heart as to another Illini heart that ceased to beat only when the last notes of "Taps" had settled 1 over the battle field of the world. Two Hundred Eighteen fb fi " ' L4 V' Mr 'r I ' " 9 W5 -' , '51-Q--.-,-""QQs5"'7! ."" ' ' To A .Jw - -.-p-vQ"A'55 A LC I ..1 H 4" W . f x x. .ki rf- 1. , A W ' 1' 0' ' 7 S Q Vi-IE N W A 1922 ILM 512 00 Vai-HMM., 15224 fi ffl A 5 X ,G 4 is E51 !v V4 Tiff Eg' iffylviy I 1 5.142 QB lift g' ' lg ig? M! fist' qi ids! 92 V1 Ky 1 A - . Y S Wx Q14 . 6,4 F 4 Wi nf L53 lf! 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KnANNEn'r,' Business Manager ag V STUDENT MEMBERS fig " K. E. WILLIAMSON H. K. VREELAND Q as W. W. WATTS E. K. FARRAND ' r n , Two Hundred Twenty-one 'A' 'L 1 'S A :"2 ve T" C Jafar.-A-' . "i'f"5'-'5l'iS59fY' 'S sa .- . SLE .img 1Q2Q ILLIOQ .fl . - . ... Ro... .. X57 III .. 5. THE DAILY ILLINI III 'I 7.4 lg S R I 1 1 H R1 ff I I ' I I r ' I , L . y ' I 4 Q kg RALPH T. MOQUINN, Editor-in-Chief J. HAWLEY WILSON, Business Manager W HORAOE M. HODGSON, Managing Editor gp NEWS EDITORS ' H DONALD F. LAFUZE WILLIAM D. BOUTWELL pg WBERT W.VRIcHARDs H. MAIRITIIi-II GLENN ' j ' - . LOYD HITE PAUL . UBBARD ' 98 IIFOIS M. VSINE, 2Voman'sEElditor KENNETH W. CLARK, Sports Editor gs , t ' R , ' ' .. C."'iiTCE-iE.E?Z r.'iZg'i.'Li.h Eglizior G3.fE..????1'.iis0?.TcSii4.f dm" Pi QQ RALPH C. PELTZ, Column Conductor JAMES C. COLVIN, Column Conductor Q "' D B C REPORTORIAL STAFF " F . EACH ARRE J. HUGH FOWLER ALTA HAHN K If DAVID V. FELTS C. E. PARMELEE MARY HOPKINS WI ' CHARLES E. HARNER LAURENCE T. HERON ELIZABETH MCILVAINE H BEN W. KARTMAN FRED W. EEERSOLD HELEN WOODRUEF pq ETIEIMAIRSAUWKOSIETTIGREW YQESQCMBJSQEZQEFS Em VENSSVENTER , . . . ELEN U ELL - W. FOSTER YOUNG, JR. WILLIAM P. LINDLEY TIERA FARROW P FRANCIS B. THIELE F. J. RUEDEL THELMA SCOTT 'gg 3 .EAMES EMFBSTER . RNAYER LMOGENDWILSON AROLD . ALY . . AME ORIS AHLBERG Q C. B. CLIFFORD LAWRENCE A. DUNN MARY HANGER I C. R. DORE W. O. DINSMORE NAN COGHLAN 4 I C. R. DEFENBAUGH PTAURICE FISCHER WILLA REID 4 ROSS COHN I. E. SHOWERMAN MARY RYAN , ' , CHARLES E. STICKNEY GLADYS PENNINGTON HARRIETT POMEROY - 1 ' J VERNON KNAPP PAULINE FRIER L ,Ea SAM 0. SHAPIRO JOSEPH C. GODFREY GEORGE MEYER '51 Q. BUSINESS STAFF 'Y W5 MERVIN F. COTES, Advertising Manager JOHN R GREEN,'Copy Manager In + DONALD H. YOUNGS, Collection Manager 'MARSHALL H. EDWARDS, Circulation Mgr. I ARTHUR SOHMOELLER, Bookkeeper PAUI. CHAPIN, Ass't Circulation Mgr. V GEORGE H. WALBERT, AsS't Copy Manager I BUSINESS ASSISTANTS Y CLARENCE W. BOWEN DUDLEY D. DOOLITTLE ARTHUR HUMPHREY . 'Q SAYMONVIG CSIEARY LAURENCE H. FOSTER T.. NORTON WRISLEY IRGIL . OA H B. R. H ' H E. W ' Q K. G. ANDERSOISQ EDWIN EIITRDURLAND 0.EI1?ui'IANDKI? RST JEROME W. BAITHKE J. H. DICKSON WESLEY S. HOBBS ,I EDWARD F. BRADEN E. F. ENGLER H. K. REYNOLDS IS! Q5 ELMER BUSS JUDSON GILBERT D. Q. PORTER db qi CLINE COLE EDWARD B. HAND H. B. WELLS ' ' ' V I Two Hzmdrvrl Tmvntu-two 'A I 'I ' A ew- --- -r - E' -... lie-H' Q: g -NLE.- - G3D, :Q:f.:..'1e1s4y:n1R:E-2fD....,iEeIw QIIes.v RI1A.,L.,.E:9:...,...... RT: Jfgg 1622 ILUQQ Aaepfmei-'.gaf,:r,f:-Sr"s:wEg,2a 'fi' 5 3 I -4 P- I RG F 35 I I Loi ' pi 5- i 1 1 'r as ae Sf? 5 1 . 1 1:71 P4 l 3 F I1 If 'Zi E' 5?- 'il I q ii 2 in M 42 L Q' Two Iluudrcd Twenty-three y 75 Q R F' J l ng E4 Q F4 PR 69 5-'gg NJ G7 V rd P 12 tx - . :Q Jj4gmg22 m1O 5E if Q , 3 5 K I l 1 fi r 1 1 3 5? Q W GL! 1 E21 .W 5. x ' I I if A- Q f'I . . t u 14 + mf M Lil 1 fs Big jk 'Am Two Hundred Twenty-four AN rr ' ' V gmg 1529 ILLIQQ BE BE T I a li QR V1 , q . I Y A i . 65 133 1 "eu U II as gg 51 A .sf v. I f xiii H , if kg 4 ,Pa PA QL , Two Hu'LLd1'ed Twenty-J'i've r '1 , A 15 A1 , -71 QB Q? V Sv? RW y P4 ! E Koa X P' r ' n, 'F . 493 rx f- 4-Egg 1E3gg 1LL10., N M +55 EE '3 x. ' 32 Q u NW ffl 1 ...W -u it l Ml 'E 5 ri xg K lg .1 'A K' 52' Q3 vi ff fg gf 4 1'-Z if 12 ' 1 53: N Lia 'Fi Leia p F R 1 ' l , ill? as lp Two ll1mrl'rr,'d Twenty-sim V Q I A1 in K I 551132529 ILUQQ. v W gg TI-IE 1922 ILLIO Ui 5-i Q 3' .H A A A F I I it 2' 552 "' V 1 5 , . 1 ' 1 I . 1 l I y Y 4 In 2?-f .4 M WP W Q gi Rii:z.E.2i::fR V53 LYLE C. BROWN MERYLE PRATT GEORGE E. MILNER Q Managing Editor Women's Editor Senior Editor Q Y'-' GEORGE V. BUCHANAN JOHN GIBSON ALICE SPRAGUE K I1 Roast Editor Athletic Editor Wornen's Athletic Editor IW , RICHARD SMEJKAL ROBERT C. ROBERTSON FORREST M. CONDIT . . Military Editor Chicago Editor University Editor ! l ALLENE LYLE V H - rw s0PH0l1G08'1Q'EtiiI53S'fE'ANTS if ' JOHN D. CANNON ARNOLD M. LETTIE R. W. SIMONSON ' 4 V. RAYMOND EDMAN WILLIAM L. REIMAN C. L. WELSH gl, ' LLOYD E. ELDRIDGE FRED L. RICE R Q FRESHMAN ASSISTANTS F W. H. CLINGMAN DOROTHY V. NAYLOR C. G. HENNINGER A I 1 T. D. ELLIOT I L. C. THURMAN I I l J I J. L1 I 'ft r A w I A U K ' 24 PR I 1 I I gy ll IAN 'LW Two Hundred Twenty-seven . r 'I ' ' I -- - L - -r - it i'-V177 1-Qui- - Y .v f "IVR ,Q5Io,Eng.'Ef.ff.e14!xa'niis:cs2aQA.,-gEfw IQz:OzmI1,,.,,.f.2Y:R.-a..d...m.Q3: EE I i P .124 will DV! 4 .J S f.1 W7 1,-. eglrplll 15 QQ ILLIOL f F 5 if i 'Y W 11 14 59 E 56 56 W EY 11 1? 1 1 1 gf sv' 1 :fi Two Hundred Twenty-eight V' ,-.5e:f--11A.'.- -4 ' 1 Y A" A ,.?. , f W W ar, Q L .1 .l. ' :- ' t Quay?-ls?-f.. . W oTI,.1L1Q2'2ILL1OQ rt' . - . 'run 1922 11.1.10 gg II! Q I-4 ' 5.1 .u F J if K I ,4 M If :Y if I I 1 r . I 1 I 4 In V -M' ' IQ H gi m FRED F. Gmss, Business Manager gg THOMAS McKEEvER MINNIE L. MULBERRY Rov L. KALVER ,Lg 9 Ass't Business Mafnager Secretary Publicity Manager 9 bf SOPHOMORE ASSISTANTS H I CHESTER M. CARRE ' VERNON W. HENRY K I HOWARD W. GREENE FRESHMAN ASSISTANTS EDWIN C. TUKEY KY ,E V. W. ASCHER D. D. MCCORMICK qp J. R. FREDERICKSON J. R. WALKER sly J. S. KEENAN H. A. WRIGHT 4 12 R 'I I' l A TW If nj 3. I A I K 1 I YC al my I S qu R 'Mu Two Hundred Twenty-nine 'AN I 1 Y 1 I v'y r v v-r 'W Y isa fri A Q "?' i' fYr'v, Qt v3 6fz7Sgg3ZQ5 Ci3i9k'6iSf 52E.44Q3IQ ,4 -1 H1 I r .--, f JZ. v 4 .-.mg 1999 Img., ig? W if J J THE 1922 ELLIIO :iz ing We V rein T Q TQ X 5 53 J if 1 I 1 u 'A T4 '51 is 322.7 A614 i ' T X Ig l ' ffl! y F3 Sf! 6, qu :ez J 14: UE T ? W ART STAFF gs ,iff MILTON MARX, Avt Editor . . . . 4 ES ...'. Si? 25- 515: 'Q KW ELMER MARX MARGARET SEARS f GROTTEN CASSIDY H. C. CHEEVER RY! ' J. J. BRESI-:E A. J. FORDYCE - ' 9. T. P. BOURLAND vi J !f'4 :K A J nl xq 1 P I :1 H r ., pf W 'f 1 , 5 , ' '1 .4 ' 9 Q sp gg fs . ' .4 T MAN I N , Two Hundred Thirty Q A 4f.i-a - .-. .5 v, pl, A .1 Z... , N I Y ,- , , ,,, ,. , 7- Q55 W-'fi -1.-uf R--' 1 vi E' 'E ' In Ir """4Gf"'3'i"""""'Y' ' + Q -A g.. m .L L . - . , 51.4 oT1,1Q1QQ'2 H1100 Q Sffwltvd I I R, . E- L , ,,,.V .- ll TZ-EE HLLTNQOJS3 DEAGAZLINE YS I 5 W S1 ld .H I A T 5 1 I 1 I ri E4 v Y' -O5 -'fin DJ: V I 1 4 r Y Q I I I , I 4 In S5 M cs! 'fish' ' ig AA cur Q - - I - - Il GERALD H. CARSON, Editor-in-Chief 1 A - EDWARD F. LETHEN, JR., Business Manager ' ' fm EDITORIAL STAFF Zig .J 0- D- BURGE, Mamlgfn-9 Ediivr C. W. BAUGHMAN, Art Editor T. P. BOURLAND, Contributing Editor LEM PHILLIPS, Contributing Editor GB X, JAMES C. COLVIN FRED HARVEY WILBUR E. JOHNSON ALORA XVARD 'W I I BUSINESS STAFF WK' , , CHARLES E. WHITING, Ass't Business Manager A ' SHERMAN F. PETERSON, Advertising Maanager t Q W JOSEPHINE BURNHAM MERYLE PRATT ELIZABETH BAGGERLY Q gg GRANVILLE KRATSCH ROLAND ROEPE RUSSEL HUGHES gg JAMES WHITE ' WILLIAM H. HOLZINGEII I I I P A I I I I 1 X I ' 1 I . 1 L 15 ' E52 F1 FA ,I if 1 r I X' r J!! 'Ii I .zz 53 Q I 'F QD A A - ' I I 1 Top -R010-NVHITE, HOLZINGER, HUGHES, BOURLAND, WHITING, BURGE Second Row-PINOKARD, ROEPE, KRATSCH, PETERSON, JOHNSON, HARVEY. 9 , BOHOWL R010-BAUGHMAN, BURNHAM, SEYMOUR, PRATT, WARD, BAGGERLY. ' my T A VM wo Hundred Thirty-one 551 '- ' - N -wr ' T v ' ' .r Q' -7 ' ' ff -if " 'N'-WEEiff'7F 7Q".ffQ7' 4243333-3192-.fT"-.Q!icXa7mm,L,Lfn-QA-fQ',4il.52'I+i14S32 IQQQ ILLIQ THE SIREN K A I I . 1 l if E. u Y 1 ' I i . I 1 L 1 V Y 4 H F! 'FW AR Q GEORGE V. BUCHANAN, Editor ROBERT F. LOVETT, Business Manager Q ' T. P. BDURLAND, Art Editofr C. M. KRETCHMER, Ass't Business Manager 1 . - EDITORIAL STAFF P - 'M PAUL LEACH T. P. BOURLAND yn GERALD H. CARsoN Ross CDHN I MARY J. CLEVELAND JOHN D. TUTTLE Q9 - MARY FUNK Q E4 BUSINESS STAFF P. W. BROSMAN R. J. WEBER J. A. NUCKOLLS K 1 G. P. FENN O. E. DARLING BINETTE DOUGLASS lvl . M. L. FITCH ESTHER HUsE H. FECHTMAN - - 4 G. STEGE G. B. WALKER P. PAULSON H hp J. E. DECKER R. FERGUSON L. R. FORTIER QD ig R. F. FOWLER ij ART STAFF 7" C. W. BAUGHMAN H. LIFVENDAHL J. J. BRESEE N 1 MARTHA PYKE G. G. CASSIDY RUTH DEW1'r'r M. R. MARX E. W. MARX P. ACKERMANN F N MARY HOPKINS ' T 4 l 4 I I L I 4 '31 el lf? fi . .f M I f N IH Ku U lr ' 1 fl! U -Q:-ff A dn 'I I Q Top R010-FECIITMAN, E. MARX, XVEBER, LIFVENDAHL, HOHMAN, BROSMAN, LEITCH, ROURLAND. i . Second Row--WALKER, CONN, STEGE, MARX, cAss1DY, C01-IN, PENN, FERGUSON. ' Bottom Row--nRowN, CARSON, CLEVELAND, FUNK, PRITCHARD, VPYKE, PALMGREN, ma xx ITT DAUGHMAN. , , yy , I rp L .' Two llzmdrvd Thirty-two I ' , 'H-W 'nib' " H ' f1 37 ' 1 S Q -W A XXQYEV! v' FS 79 QA '9llk, . ' . A ' - i...,-1'2-"ll?fL'!!'..L..sns.. AQ I OfIl1Eib2Q ILLIFOD I ! F 4 'rr-In ENTERPRISER Q S .u 55 'S A A f , I I A IX 12 252 I 1 ig P I 1 L A l 1 Y 4 I 'G . if he H - - ROBERT G. TOLMAN, Editor-in-Chief My ARTHUR W. ScHMOEI.LER,Busifness Manager LYLE C. BROWN, Managing Editor 'M U D EDITORIAL STAFF 6.5 F4 A. E. PATTEN E. P. BARTLING ' J. C. GODFREY, JR. gg LOUISE FAIRFIELD H. H. WILDEMAN E. O. BOSHELL G3 " L. E. WERE F. C. ALEERscI-IARDI' R. H. BLACK Q 1 BUSINESS STAFF W , C. E. BOWEN G. P. BROCK MARJORIE REORDEN 4 MONROE DODGE CARL W. LUTZ J. L. WILLIAMSON H H. D. CONN A. C. SPENCER J. W. WATERFALL pq A. H. SCHOOLEY W . ADVISORY BOARD Fi KENNEY E. WILIAMSON GEORGE E. MILNER '11 EQ -J. HAWLEY WILSON ' ROBER.T,G. TOLMAN Sl, 5 ARTHUR W. SCHMOELLER If T 1 A I 1 l A 1 5? A sg .1 rl X' 'fx Y I F X., I .42 H S Fi his E4 si r x I , , QQ db Top R010-BROCK, NVATERFALL, CONN, GODFREY, IILAON. I.U'rz. ' I ' , ' Second Row-CHANDLER BARTLING XYILDEMAN, NVERRE, SPENCER, BAIRD. Bottom Row-FAIRFIPLD nowmx ImowN, WVILLIAMSON PATYLN! ALBERSOHARDT, REORDEN. ' ' VAX 'AN 'A' Two Hundred Thirty-three V- ' is 7 ' 1 -. wav- fill!" .,.QL!ii1,i-Yi- in 'RS-5113 Df5Ernv'aQ3IQ9.n5hSfE-z..,.--,-..4!4n?p1'-s........... If K 1 1I .Ae .V x I x -T 'L --.b-132571.-7A -3-' "ZFX-Elf-'Z1.f ' 7"'T7f5ffx"T""""E"'C ' A" -'W--:ffl'ffffl?f'L?i'i?i.TiT' AQMHL 1922 ILLIOQT 'QQWWK-' ff: f-'RM----'-' giw QiQl:.if.! -1.1 wwf. fig' LQ: argl 'Q 9.11 4' 'll-Tw ii!! iglgai THE TECCHNQGRAPH gpg .121 gg' E. 'Q 2-11 . f I, .:fw'g. ' f:if..+.,.' s"," " '2f'Qi N4 ' 1- ,444 rv- ww. V MJLL- f :JJ .Q A. 5--1'1','f..aL rg ,M - QF. 1-Q 4 --4-in A ,J -,.,..R'.1Ad.x,....,...E,'f.. . A-ggi... . , Th A1 9-.mi 3, . I.. , 51 R fill .Aa A 1 - "ff i,."xi,i! ' 'Q Mi! ' if -2 1 Sig" 5 M A A 'J'-gg f'lf":f A 11 A ' E 1 in A if. .-' r- fbi. ' E 51 '1 , :H Iii f ,' 'I Q T" ' L ..' i--.-J E A r - .V .gp L- ffffg. . 'Q' if 'sf 1 '-.J A--we , ' gf, 'VMI it f. P i ide' ga' ' I EA tri I 1 My E . we .Sf 'F L T 1 . Q 1 .WIP-jig, F1,,.A'. - in nj: Q Mx kg 3 f,jgfs1T:a.'Qgg , . Pr. t, .35gv5.:g.w g,'g- 1:73 'di TSE! - fa - . . ' . . ,, - , ,--, . g - gp fmqq, . , V . . 'LA-1 , 1 - -- ,, - . www . . imp' GEORGE L. N. MEYER, Editor FRED W. SCHEINEMAN, Business Manager Pg yi-Qi: MACON A. ABBITT, Art Editor . ilm ASSISTANTS giplm, LLOYD B. BAKER WALTER A. MUELLER fm ggf Hi RALPH W. IBENFELDT ERNEST A. NELSON 4 REGINALD F. PACKARD MARTIN E. JANSSON ifjgl SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVES SXSW H. H. OSBORN, A.f1.E. E. J. MCDONALD, Architecture fif3.i,fQ J. C. ALLMAN, Cwil Engineering N. A. RAGLAND, Ceramics I kv! ffm. J. M. AGNEW, Electrical Engineering H. D. ROSENDALE, Mechanical Engineering - 1 img H. M. WILTEN, Mining Engineering C. W. CLEWORTH, Railway Engineering .Q r- '1 71.4 ,'j', My ,QD HE am' --.A Tami I' 4 iw 1 5, 62: 4.1 r. .ll 1 Q iff H , is W ii? 1 U ' ' :Mi . V 9 ijiil gi T011 Row-PACKARD, uunn, ABIKITT. ' ' ' 'fflkx IJ'0Lt07lI. lli01D---IIKENI-'Iil.DT, MEYER, SCIIEINEMAN, BAKER. X I Two llundrml Thirlu-fo'u'r A1 1 .Rag vim 3445. . . E . -"fw"':1-'-Ava-YV' -::'f: r - 'D JD- .- fQLq.ggw,, . - A ---Tri+-'f f' z g?iE51af!fN140'f EEMSZNLRSQEQEQQETE3322,-QESXCQEE-QsiQ?5vBizf..'Nh0f.. E.f:fE,ff2mf,r.,.1iED We-ffiHfQ'1.3.11'ga 'A-4 fff?--1-Tw' WN'-O" " , -A 4 ., Q ' YI: O1 , PX -ss.'fJ'?-is ff vim.. 1.. 44... . L Ls- L .vA. "'5f'M QTHL IQQZILLIQ 3. 'ff - Hivgili kin - 'Eff Q15 THE ILLINQIS AGRICULTUREST S2 vw EE A E' . , I , W I I P2 PM 321 iff? 1 W by rf r f L 1 . 1 1 4 L I., Tenux A Whltz 5,5 :sz f , A ' s 57: cv? is -A . , P Q ' t H - I H A. J. TENINGA, Efmsr-n-chief H. D. WHITE, Business Manages- - my E. A. FORD, Managing Editor HAZEL A. GORDON, Home Economics Editor fm Q EDITORIAL STAFF ASSISTANTS ul: P. A. PAULSON L. L. SORANTON B. W. WERTS lf-fl 49 R. E. AMMON RUTH VAN DEVENTER P. K. BRESEE if C. M. ALLEN H. H. GORDON E. B. GOOD 'FF W. BUSINESS STAFF Sa I' K. D. H. BALDWIN, Circulation Manager ' J. W. WHITTLE P. INGWERSON W. L. MURPHY pq H. M. CAVINS W. J. DODD C. OJEMAN LA BOARD OF MANAGERS QD A Y Eg! W. C. COFFEY, M.S. A. J. TENINGA mei W. L. BURLISON, Ph.D. H. B. WHITE A 3 :- A A I 1 i 1 L I vi L' 55? 16.2 .1 r. P31 iff I . . , Q . S' '4 121 ' rv lj 522' ii 53 Q ' T012 R010-MURPHY, SCIIANTON, IIRIESEE, VVISE, CAVINS, GORDON. Second Row-wEn'rs, GOOD, ALLEN, w1m"rLE, AMMON. I ' ' B0l80lIL R010-DODD INGWERSON, ILGORDON, FORD, BALDVVIN, PAULSON. ' VA A I 1 Two Ilimdrrfd Thirty-jiva PL! ES .-41' s - f ' ' . Q- I , , , - ' ,' ,"'7'X 1' ' "' ' --: 11' :' . P fs?-if RANGE'-'?'f" I ' 7 .. ' .f..'E?:f.x?-,Qe,!f,"f.'bif5!Q3:i'Q CC-ZQ2-E,.fTu.Q1.'iszmfmf.., ww IQ may . .fy --FAM gh., M 5. 5: 'ran 1LL1No1s cl-ns:1ms'r - gg rf- nl, V2 ffl E Ei' F75 xi KX lx I A A fi '52 A 59: I t 1 f Q5 1 N! ' X 4 ln if ES .- . . 525 . J. B'. BAKER, Editor-in-Chief H. D. CARTER, Business Manager - . x EDITORIAL STAFF W gg, L. F. YNTEMA M. A. SNELL H. G. BERGER W. S. MUNCIE "1 1. B. MORGAN BUSINESS STAFF ' 'I W A. H. Banc F. A. MCCANN Nfl , , C. BECKER . , 4 EDITORIAL STAFF 4 q QU C. D. BEAL C. C. LARSON Q W mv 527 h ,Q Fu q I' A I x 1 I ' l ' 4 ,JJ EW LQ? fit .1 r Fw 'V' ' 1 , ' N vm f H E 5 S 4 ttf 'ff' sis A 255 M Top HON'-4MlVNCll'I, Mc CANN. H i llnuom How- -l!l'lll'l'll lIl'Cl'l'lK nrm' qYl'I! ' f x Two llzmrlrvd Thi1't11-six K 223 WS 11514. i'JTp"'- . , 5ff7Efw'3:,1Q 55331:-'V' T' " ffi"T'T fiififl rf f 1 , r TQ EEE-sfisi-f'23L 3 E-EMS: V " A"i l' J J J g"' '-Tnszgyifsizfsn' P73 DTI-IE 19212 II.LlOfU j W iw Alf weft g Q fill' QHQ 'QED 5,3 SENIDR BALL COMMITTEE leg., 151 gg?-li Pal .51 N 164 . l 61 R I Seniors are planning a stately celebration , Ai, for their last social function as undergraduates lug A at Illinois-the Senior Ball. On June 13, the 51351 bfi Monday night hefore Comencement, members of i l the class will glve the party as a fittlng close to in f their college days. From the formation of the mi , grand march at 9:00 o'clock, an atmosphere of V I "eat, dance, and be merry, for tomorrow we say , ,Q good-bye" will do much to change the Annex into EN 3 an enchanting ballroom. The committee expects lg to make the Senior Ball a pompous and splendid affair which the members of the class will recall 9,3 Q? with glad remembrance in the years to come. U E, .fbi I ' VN MN Qin Gr, iss: if THE COMMITTEE Egg W H. H. BENTLEY, Clwio-man ' J. C. DEPLER R. F. LovETT L. C. HERWIG ,jlif Q Q RALPH FLETCHER M. TKACH T. D. SICKLES MQ Q H. S. GREEN H. G. BERGER ROBERTA Dolsy guy. 3.3 M. B. SKINNER H. H. RATH HARRIET FERA W2 C. J. SCHULTZ X J. W. CANNON THELMA STRABEL 1531, '1 W . 1, at ii? lil ll P Y 'vt' Wt 5 W if 'H .U U . '1 . l is 52 Q6 Top Raw-RATH, CANNON, noisy, rmnwlc, sxcxcms. Q 1 Ser.-ond Row-GREEN, smNNEn, sci-xumz, LOVETT, 1-lmcn. nmncmz. B Q ig Third Row-UEPLER. s'rnAuEL, BENTLEY, I-'ERA FLmcm-Jn. 5 ull lb l T'l00,If'll'lld'l'6d Thirty-seven in 1vzzfpiffyxfz-ff-,,,,, ' " , . ' . . V,---A---fe. . QV, -Tr LT.f,l:g.2w4Q".bvlr'-miller: ' QV f ' ' - ..::. JQEJII' 'Y 'A xg-lfil Qi.- " - FX-ww' .,,,af' If "f ' ig! 55f:.'Q'1 gg Abgg. l --f:f!'1g?2+ve-3,2-L, W., Lv. '4 .lt .-1 F, VS, Q.-ll -Q 7 2.1-' 'LZ , - ...53.'""7f"P'f'mf'-Mflw"'A""""v'7 xf""' if'-fm-l-QlflQ 15.4 ,L YL? MTTM 'wi-ll.. iam ii, 1,1635 l l 1 llf. cf 1 .,-F-.---,....---k..---- if Ilya? X . 1-r x .. .-EN., . U ,- 1 Q I Er., ! i1XH61i vain L, ilvvqf if .' r' - Mil all CHQ TI-IE JUINIEQR PRQM Qu E11 Sf? r-fl 13, ,. ,' .,,,...1 in V I 'N J .2123 , 7 ff A dimly lighted Japanese garden, gay in its P351 ff M cf-l.mv.. . ,ms ,.v. .. , 1 , , , . . . 53 13 I fs- - festive dress of smllax and pom-pom, furnished M X' 1 the setting for the annual Junior Prom, Decem- Sql ber 10, 1920, in the Gym Annex With its sharp 'i k it outlines kindly concealed by rustling green leaves , N and with a beautiful natural tree in the center, . xl l the old basketball court seemed to have been ,l magically changed to a mystical Oriental garden 'lb on the Nlpponese Isle. 262 Vw Vari-colored lights played on the 300 couples ,M as they danced through the evening to the sweet 'fd 1' V, strains and sharp syncopation of a fourteen-piece , 53' jj orchestra. Gorgeous colored gowns contrasting if agalnstigleamlng white and somber black, formed 'Q 5 , a beautiful plcture in so unique a setting. From gif! the first note of the formal grand march to the im ginal' digugibeat of the last dance, pleasure pre- v omma e . 5, is fg, Atltwo o'clock the University's biggest for- Q53 mal social event was finished, and those who par- tlclpated said the affair was successful from yg L every viewpoint. So it goes down in history as all - Eg one of Illinois' greatest dances. V Y .il THE COMMITTEE LY H. W. WALKER, Chairman 4' ky, g C. N. A'rwooD EMILY DOAK J. S. KELLY KU E. F. HECKER D. M. ERB E. D. LEBOWICH . 1 A. E. BULLY J. K. FLAHERTY L. T. McConn Ulf! C. R. CARNEY J. R. HART A. M. MONTZHEIMER 'JH2 C. L. CONRAD B. HENDRICKS ANN NILSON qlg M. F. COOLLEY CHRISTINE HYLAND W. J. WESSMAN 52,4 lie ' 'ig in W lk Si n f li i ,.. Ei ,eral . l.. ,Zi E221 53? pf A nfl if' I f 1 . Q is . 5 ' P ,iii Eli as f GD -A I 0 ind! Top Row-mccimn, HART, oooLLmY, BULLY, ATWOOD, KELLY. ' 5.71 S8C01ld 1107.0-EIUI, WESSMAN, IIENDRICKS, CARNEY, MC CORD, FLAIIERTY, CONRAD. W 4 ffm Bottom Row-Lnuowlcu, uYi.ANn, NILSON, WALK:-:rc, DOAK, MONTZIIEIMICIK. VAX 'ilbwl X 'pei Two Ilumlrcrl Thirty-eight Uh lrf. Wills s 'e"' --:1'+f-'rffzgff we f'rf'f'?i--.tif-2s'... f...i:1:giT?,. Iliff? 'sffaf -a?.5 4li.il i ,. f l Q-5152 fi5,l.f1?.1i?::g+"?,l.f5.C.wifv.-.i?fl95.f?sfLI'f??Yf34AQO.+w:':-:2f4s5?-Q9 I A iw! 3 2?ift1oQ ' til 'L ft lvl iw it a Q o 3 THE MILITARY BALL Eng I Vu Blue, khaki, black and the softer hues blended 12 into a harmonious color scheme,.as representa- QI Q tives from the navy, army and civilian life glided .H over the iloor in the Military Ball in the Gym- pl, nasium Annex, February 25. Prancing Jesters, P4 K in domino suits, skillfully guided the grand V 4 K march through its serpentine intricacies, until i i the couples found themselves dancing joyously in , a Parisian garden. - ,ff Shining puttee and glistening pump flashed in WM :QS and about as the fourteen-piece orchestra 461 'L' crashed out its captivating harmonies. No rank 29" i 1 distinctions were observed as lieutenant and v "buck," ensign and "gob," and the less resplen- , L I dent "civvy" danced with each other's girls. G ' Novelty was given to the affair by the comical l ' jesters who sprang from booth to booth shouting ' 4 clever witticisms or singing snatches of song. D 5 In addition a program of violin and piano solos W 'lg entertained the crowd between dances. Zi' I Roofed in with a network of daintily contrived H4 and richly colored streamers the Hoor was dimly EQ 1it by lights of different hue. Lattice work, qi? if E adorned with summer foliage hemmed in the I booths, carrying out further the garden effect. ' ' , As the two o'clock hour neared, taps were blown, ' ' fm the command "dismissed" given and the Military VM rbi Ball passed into history. M Q3 THE COMMITTEE QS R. G. TOLMAN, Chairman 57: W G. M. CROSBY B. KRELSTEIN B. W. BULLOCK tw , , L. B. REED M. B. MILLIKEN M. D. CATTON g j F. ToBIAs JOHN SOULE J. M. KUMLER H F. BRYA L. H. YEAGER C. W. MCKNIGHT H QQ T. W. EDWARDS T. H. ARMSTRONG J. R. MCNEILL W 5:3 L. H. GUENTHER H. H. ARCHBOLD H. C. YEAGER CARTER JENKINS E. P. BARTLING H. E. WERRE F 'iii F4 L- ,i h 12. W P K ' A i I 1 I J 'i tl if? fa li it . Q y N r' an 'H ' Ld! 'sh' QQ Top ROW--YEAGER, SOULE, GUENTIIER. - S660'll.d If0'lU-MILLIKEN, ARMSTRONG, BARTLING, CATTON, MC NEILL, WERRE. Q . Bottom Row-mum, JENKINS, cnosuy, TOLMAN, 'rouIAs, nEEn, EDWARDS. V - r N yu Two Hundred Thirty-nine XXX 111 1 ' ' T 'Q' G. l ' ' -F t-?5'Z5'If:' fi :nfl 'IT ,... f??-V F " R' l .ff 'I A ft 1552?-'F .. 21- Lag..zfieagai..:gf:1if:elE?1f3f.B2r'B"" Nggorlilflll l92Q ll.l.lQ'f1g - f alagffil E - lm H2155 5 , n I 4 E SQPHGMQRE CDTILLION .:., F... L. ife Lavish splendor seldom seen at informal TRI ' dances was the keynote of the Sophomore Cotxl- Pl. ,X lion, held January 7, in the stolid brlck walls of A R I the Gymnasium Annex. The three hundred I I couples, crowding the large floor to its capacity, ' ' found themselves in an American garden ln the I if springtime. Beech trees, gala in their verdant :lx 51 dress, threw an enveloping shade over the as- bs 5391 semblage. From the center of the floor, waiting iq, fl for the dancers tolwhirl alllout it, was ii. lalrge fl ' May-pole with gaiy co ore streamers ea ing I P to the balcony. 1 I Oil paintings .of many subiects, lining the 1 , walls of the building, lent an air of dignity to , 4 the occasion. Thei mid-wintfzr chill oufidedwas B cast oH', and the ancers fe t in t eir loo the E32 surge of spring and 'May-time. Without. the ig: stiffness of formal attlre, the 'couples frollcked 52 happily in time to the good music of the efferves- pm cent orchestra. I W When the program had been completed, and as U I the crowd began to drift away, the Sophomores D 1 , . believed their contribution to the University ' l calendar had been a happy one. 'Ax socia gg A1 THE COMMTTEE. gif H. H. KAISER, Chairman , E. W. AsMUs A. T. HAI.QU1sr JOSEPHINE PIGALL lyf ELIZABETH BEAM M. G. KINDSTROM S. W. RYAN lvl - ' J. D. CANNON M. S. LEVIN MINNIE MAE SCHMIDT I I F A GERTRUDE DERROUGH JANAICE LUMPP R. B. VIOLETTE sq QQ R. E. DICKINSON DOROTHY M'CONNELL H. E. WESSMAN G9 Q5 D. X. ELLETT J. P. O'HERN W. W. WILSON Sig R. H. PENTECOST r 'gig ll I' I 4 l I L I rl I 1 J L lg? Ig! l T2 if r N P' '1 'H K 'Sl E Lil Ei ds wp Top Row-m.I.r:'rr, mum, Asmus. Q9 gi Second R010-KINDBTROM, VIOLETTE, XVESSMAN, IIALQUIST, CANNON. l ' Third Rmv-PEN1'Ecos1', LEVIN, DERIIOUGH, M'CONNELL, DICKINSON, NVILSON. V ' ' Fourth. RGW-SCHMIDT, PIGALI., KAISEII, TRAUT, 0'llERN, BEAM, LUMPP. VAS ' yll , Two Hundred Forty V, lil gf 1 'Di GTI-lL192'2 ILLIOO ,Y I , Jung lvl gig li ll kg FRESHMAN FROLEQ 5,2 if Ni ig S1 .u 5 A A A L Q 1 I I All :gs af, at-'1 C I T V1 I l , 1 . v I 4 In U BY iq W Sf! ,fd ::i1 ' fi? L 1 hi? K5 to G I Q Top Row-mmAcII, coLE, BURNS. l H Second R010-IIUCKINS, NILSON, vm-JELAND, NAYLOII I-'1TzGERAI.n, EECHTMAN, KILLINGER. I Third R010-BAICER, KIRSVAN, RAINEY, HATCH, GATES SLAYMAICER, IIOLSER. f I rn Q 429 C3 THE COMMITTEE W L. s. HATCH, cfm,-Wm M ' VIRGINIA BAKER ELLEN FITZGERALD W. G. LAADT pq CATHERINE BOLSER NATLAN GATES DOROTHY NAYLOR U1 W R. E. BURNS ALICE HERRON K. A. NILSON W lil! C. L. CoLE RUTH HoNN HELEN RAINEY M. K. DUBACH D. S. HUCKINS H. S. SLAYMAKER iii H. W. FECHTMAN D. IYIWKKILLINGER HELEN VREELAND - H. . IRWAN ' I1 P K Fresh from high school andwith the verdant hue still clinging to them, the 4 1 members of the class of 1924 wandered shyly into the Gymnasium Annex January 15 i 1 L to mingle with their fellow classmates and to enjoy their first social event, the Fresh- i l man Frolic. Observing that they were to be treated kindly, and that there was safety 'Ea in numbers, they lost some of the shyness as the evening wore on, and proceeded to Y enjoy themselves. ri 1 I While the "no date" rule had been placed into effect, the frosh became acquainted 'f W iii with one another through the mediumpof tags, and soon had paired off into dancing r couples. The usual noise, the usual crowding and jostling, the usual tag' dances, all W V went to make up a successful Frolic. The orchestra threw discretion to the winds and ii' , A turned out its "jazziest" products. K- U While no decoration graced the walls of the Annex, they weren't needed as nobody E3 Q noticed the lack of them, anyway. Aside from dancing, entertainment was administered , A by an act from the Orphwhich received the customary approval from the yearlings. EF When the time for young folks to be in bed came around, the Frosh lost some of their Q9 'reenness paired off into twos and marched ha il homeward Q qi s , pp Y - I 1 Two Hundred Forty-one r '1 'A' G91 ' :ic-2fZ.2.TiZKt3 L f up T Jmgbgg M10 ll xr .. .X 4, si ff ILLINOIS 'UNION DANCES COMMITTEE M. B. SKINNER, Chairman J. W. MAcDoNALn G. R. WHITE The popularity of the dances given Friday and Saturday nights each week-end by the Illinois Union has been shown by the large attendance of students. With excellent orchestras at each place, both College and Bradley halls offer the finest kind of dancing to lovers of this amusement, which includes nearly the entire student body. Perhaps Bradley has been a little more popular this year than College, but this is probably due to the beautiful decorations at the former place or else the presence of the most talented musicians on the campus. How- ever, the music at both places has been the kind the students demand, as is evidenced by the rush for tickets every week. - - The dance committee of the Union has had charge of the dances, and has done everything to please the patrons. This willingness to give the students the cleanest and best kind of dancing is only one of the many services that the organization is performing on the campus. it I f ll fa 1 1 I . ? Q 5:4 Ol NJ WI 7 1 N R P A Igi li fi 3. 1 X1 it I I wo Hundred Forty- w . ., fl it +I.. an vile' 'www' '?"4...QL'!Qi l6Ah?.?.w.',Z' lE5. x'6Ef9I-a?2v-si'3LCQ :?ai621. A. fQ.Ql.T.2.fL5?',m, f . ,. . . -M . 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N A K E 1 1 l l All All -A L.. iii r ' V 1 W I F n I I 1 ' w nl iii H 'Al 4 ALBERT AUSTIN HARDING, Director KS E-5 The man at the University of Illinois has in the Concert and Regimental Bands E4 an exceptional opportunity to develop his ability to play the band instrument of his choice, to cultivate a keener understanding of good music, and to form closer assocla- ' ' K 1 tions with others who possess kindred tastes. Director A. A. Harding, who enjoys a KU . . nation-wide reputation for his ability to mold from amateur musicians, bands of pro- h , fessional calibre, is a source of inspiration and encouragement for all who are H privileged to be included in the membership of one of the University bands. Member- l Q QQ ship in the bands is determined by competition held at the beginning of each semester. 575 The more proficient musicians are enrolled in the Concert Band which is the rig culmination of bagid insktr131mentatiiJln.hIt islthis ogganizationiwliichhdevelops witgiin thi man an apprecia ion o e very ig est c ass o music an w ic is in such eman 5 by the students at the athletic contests and in the Spring for twilight concerts on the H ll campus. It makes an annual tour of various cities, this year including Oak Park, P L Chicago, and St. Louis, followed by the Anniversary Concert played in the Auditorium. l K It'1s .this -band, with its perfection of technique, that has won for the University of Illinois Military Bands the fame of being pre-eminent overall other college bands. I ' l V it L4 ef! sf? fd Li ffl Y N N rn ' K . Si Ei l:i7l I I Q I H VAN IW I I I I , I1 Two Hundred Forty-three y , wi Ll " ' L41 A wx .,, l 44.- 4 . A flffwbj " 5 -xi' Qs .:.:' ' ' ' 1 -vu -f " ' .51 14 2WlY'p"" .' Y.. Qxgg .N,Y..r,',-5 492' i '-' cf --"- ' 7 ' "' 1:-inf' -9 V xfif-'.E1rZ7Ci3gf ':5L4 3Q2 3BB4-fyvi gl sf wt - ' wif UNIVERSITY QF ILLINOIS MILITARY BANDS 'jgj "iii Zig W K I , 'si I 19 Q1 f ji E? if 5 Z li fgfigr HV 1531 O, 3 EH Y-2: 9' if .f I. ' 4 , l 5 F: 9 MA' '- 5 oi . M E9 my 2 'n Q IHS 591 i-'gl 73: !E:,I LEA M Agri 23' i Ishii' iivf 'T Ii fu 14' 'I X 11' ll. N l MQ! 5 r qu QQ' ALBERT AUSTIN HARDING, Director ed: wiv il I WH ll! 1.32 . Y . . .A . K . YV 1 , 1 i' v --9 - f - ' - f -'Q T A' Y Avi H - 'af' ' ' W-"'-4r'v 'll VZ'-'Q5ls... '53 71' A ' 'YL . . . 1 -AI-A D-1 UTI-HL1922 ILLIOO 'I 2- L- Q .E , .E THE CONCERT BAND IN I 52: gg ALBERT AUSTIN HARDING ---- -- - Conductor 5 EDWIN E. NEWCOMB - - - Assistant Conductor P-I my A. NELSON BRABROOK - - - Assistant Conductor ' ALVIN G. MATHEWS ----- Business Manager I hx - A I President - - - A. N. BRABROOK Secretary - A. R. WILSON , , 5 I Secretary - W. A. DIESEL Advertising Manager - - R. A. IDE I I I ,A - PERSONNEL J 5? Solo Clarinets Oboes French Horns I 1 MILToN DIzEYI-'Us"' R. K CUMMINGST W. H. HYSLOP' V4 , ' CMP LEscI:kIER"' EAYZRIEHMOND R JE MIQUNTFZ ' 1 I -. . -ORTER . . OSECRANS . . onn I A. J. B. SI-IOWALTER English Horn W. R. EDIE' 1 r . 'G. W.. WILLIAMSON R. K. CUMMINGS' E. S. MEDER 4 First Clarznets Bassoons D. A. GREEN v M. H. COOK' R. F. DVORAK"' Tenor Antoniophone Q IIS EIRRABIKTW SSAWLI A. W. CRAVER ., . . ENSKY . . EARY Trornbones . 1 SITIIANGE Ccntlgt-Baaszgon QROOKES' A . . ARRIMAN . . EARY . . ILSON- , W SecoSidf'la1G'iri.Sets W Sarrgnlsophogie ak I'a-'YQEBSTERQK Q . . C ONALIJ T. OWERS . . AY . - J. J. CLEGG' Octavin L. M. STILWELL ' 1 ,N L. C. YEAGER' M. D. DURHAM Bass Trombones fn I F. E. HASKINS Cello M. M. BLAIR' Third Clarinets J. M. WAYER L. E. BALL' Q W. I-1?lI.GM0RG'AN"' String ?a?es ak Euphoniunw 9 sr V. . oULn . . IELD 11 "I H. H. KAISER' G. A. BROWNE X X A. A. DAVIS Xylophone Baritones KW - S. B. KITCH 0. A. SCHOEFFLER' . A R EASTMAN - 4 E-flat Clarinet Maffirnbaphone H' B' WELLS t H R. W. MICHAEL' H. M. HEBERER' ' ' ' d Alto clarinet M- A- BLUMENTHAL B'f'lat Bm M- T. KRoNEm Snare Drums, etcgk W- A- MORGAN P4 H. F. COPE: L. CASTLE E-flait Basses lk N 4 - . H. HANSON . L. STEIMLEY ' Ba8sCCIli"mI2'::3JY, A. R. MURPHY C. P. BEAM Q C: R: LATOWSKY BasSHD"EfmKENT,,, 33-fgltE3f11gT5MERi A ' . Sopramo Saxophones T m img' ' ' ,,. l C. A' WEBBER, 21 If HUGH FITCH I I I E L GOBLE P. C. YEAGER . E. A. MUHSR I - - Sl C t 4 P ' Alto Saxophones 0 0A.0I72I7feERABRooK'f B' L' KIRK? L1 I ai W. A. DIESEL' E. E. NEWCOMB"' ,.-, Tai S. B. GOODNEY R. I.. THOMPSON? Pfopertymster Kai 'W Tenor Saxophones 4 , M- K- LINGLE L' A' STONER rl w C. S. ICENOGLE-If First Cornets Propertyman 'Y Q ' Baritone Saxopholles '1?IIg1:Ivi:RY D W'1Jd,1i'0DD X ' ' Tum 0 f I B Rlgoigovylgzin Flugalhorns at R. A.jIDE+ X, as-9 7' . E. KENT - - I , C- P- BEAM H. E. LAZIER Lzbmman - 5 Flute and Piccolo Trumpets A' W' CRAVER IS J. T. SCHOTT' if C. O. HULICK AfteidaIff00LgfIe1G7XNg 31 D- A. C. REHNQUIST E. M. GRIEEITH - - 'lj H. L. NEwcoMIzEn W. C. BRAME Asst. Librarian E52 as L. F. HELBLING I. M. FUNK M. B. WEARY M 1 'Indicates those who have qualified for the Varsity band emblem. I . I I 'AN Two Hundred Forty-five A r 'I " ' T7 f--if-1"-rf 'va vo Hx 'S S S '- ---of-'-'-M ' Qiufvbpxe. 51.4 ET1,1L1QQQ ILL10., .QT . - - , A 4 .3 ' 1' 1 ' 1 .E .. QD FIRST REGIMENT BAND QM 3-3 F-S 1 E. E. NEWCOMB, BANDMASTER lg B-flat Clarzlnets Solo Comets ' Trombones S3 H S. B. KITCH E. P. MESSINGER S. W. PARKER F ' IQJJIJEN I. M. FUNK H. M. BAILEY ' . ' . ARTIN H. E. LAZIER L. H. BRAUN f N. M. Bocas S. R. LEE H. W. VANNA-1-TA 1 1 I W. J. JENSEN O. L. WELSH A. W. SLOAN i E-flat Clarinet E. E. EBNER Banitones 'A A. K. HILLEMEIER First Cornets G. G. DYER Q, A Flute and Piccolo J. A. FOSTER L. O. FENCKEN ,', 52 J. J. FLETCHER I. W. HANSEN H. B. WELLS iii 'I 1 M. F. HESLIP R. S. REAMER H. G. STIEFENHOEFER V4 , ' Alto Saxophones C. E. HOLMES Basses ' X - E. V. WELCH Second Comets' A. G. HIGGS' 1 r 1 K. T. MCCORMICK F. H. STROUT W. B. PETERSON 1 1 r W. Y. ARMSTRONG G. D. ADSIT A. H. LINDSEY x Tenor Saxophones G. R. DYE J. O. ROSSER A 91 HJUMBERG h 511.011 Swmson vnu? R M be 1 ' . . AKEEVER T ' ornets . . URPHY ' .1 F2 Bafritone Saxophone WN. H. CHESTNUT B. P. BURT ,552 R. A. WILSON J. C. WORLEY ' W. L. GREENE QQ Bass Saxophone French. Horns H. R. FITZHENRY 694 M9 W. H. EWING E. S. MEDER R. H. HARDY Q9 il Marimbaphone D. A. GREEN Band C'le'rk H , . M. A. BLUMENTHAL R. S. FISHER J. SCI-IUREMAN . . M. W. BURNS 1 SECOND REG-IMENT BAND . K f K f - ' A. N. BRABROOK, BANDMASTER , J , M B-flat Clafrinets Solo Cornets ' Tfrombones I W gg A. A. HALL W. W. WALLACE W. C. CUNNINGHAM ig C. E. CORBETT H. V. TROVILLION S. A. JENSEN ' 7" I. F. PEARSON L. C. W. AL1SoN J. C. KADYK 4:5 3 QIXON A. BERNREUTER FSNCKEN . . . H. LocKHART . . . ARRES 5 C. L. LEEOOT H. E. FOUGHT R. B. APPLEGATE P , Piccolo and Flute C. M. COLE Bai-itones 4 K D. F. LAFUZE First Comets L. C. GOAD ' I Sopi-gnoMSfexophones W. SREELEY IWNCKEN J f . . REENLEE ESSE AMPSDN . . ILSON I J A. W. FELT F. D. comm T. R. L. Kmx Ll , Alto Saxophones Second Cofrnets N. M. GATHERCOAL ,W 19? D. L. JONES v. R. SEED Basses fi '1 H. B. WEBB E. M. SCHWEMM A M. S. SABIN P' H' J. R. McGREcoR E. B. LONG L. L. WINN 'ff I W. H. LAY J. C. KIRK H. D.-MAKEEVER , Tenor Saxophones T. E. HOLLINGSHEAD E. L. DELoAcH A J. D. CANNON Horns A R. E. DENzEL Ng EV. IJiQHNS0N F. W.1gVI00RE - Drursis A D ' . . DEHLER E. L. DWELL . . RIELSMA Q' tg W. C. STUTZMAN V. L. PHELPS R. B. LAW G. WINTERHALTER L. GILLILAND H. E. HEINEMAN 5 his C-Melody Saxophone M. I. HAMM D. A. CARLSON 514 W. A. ,NICHOLS L. T. JOHNSON THos. GREENWILL '51 Q5 Bass Saxophone , E. E. S1-mexEE B. E. NAv w 1 P. H. BOORN J. D. RITCHIE Proplslrtgfrmxfjn I 1 . . ENTON my lp I t Two Hundred Forty-six y' y ei' .Li ff ' v Q:-' .v , .u A. nv, gm 1?jQPj'fQ fb0 'f 51? K YJ wif, 55 EH? ff: vlrl fix r 1 Qfgs' b-V1 53 WI. 6552 tk .2 vs in 'ig' mfs IX L 1 Y Q, IQLW 513 SQ 1 5? ml if EH i f ' 1 ? pf 1f1 I. Ei .. -ff sa 'AY Two Hundred Forty-seven 'AN IL! '11 vii- 'iii :Lmi 2 g-.- ' 3 1 frltfrwwr "" 'H 5771 Iv 'ji V V I , .f -effi- ,Mj 5X'xOT1..HQl 1939 H UQ.. I if . .W M HA--- P In C.- 4 W 'Aff iff dfa W? 52:5 H! THE UNIIVERSITY GLEE AND ISWAINIIDOILIEN CLUB .Q M 52 I' A rv. K Il A I l 'A I4 Q I. "J: 221 .1 If . I I Li. ...gf EI Us 'ip' ,J T011 Row-'GRIFI-'I'l'II, BAKER, PLEMING, KREUGICR, DEDIIAM, DOBSON, KREUGER, ZIEMER, ROWLAND, IVERSON. Q V ' SBC07lfl R010-GROTE WILLIAMSON, HAKICR, THOMAS, KNAPP, DVORAK, NVBLTON, LUNDEEN, IIARRISUN. U ' P. Third Row-.IIRKA IIIIITI-1, AIARIIMAN, IOCAN Sl nc: NN ICI IATON. I.IsCoM, HOLLINCSIIEAD, ATWELI.. J 'I Front R010-WEl.LER ROSS, MAKEPI-IAC! HAI LR NXOIH- ILFH LLIXN, lIARMFI.INi, ARCHBOLD KILLIFER, TRAUT. A ll , .' Q2 THE GLEE CLUB SJ Tenors S. L. BIESPIEL E. M. GRIFFITH W. M. LISCOM F. H. THOMAS IC G3 of Q15 R. G. CONE H. B. HARRISON R. S. LLEWELLYN F. H. TRAUT E27 W. C. CUNNINGHAM T. E. HOLLINGSHEAD W. A. ROWLAND H. H. WEBSTER 554 Q55 D. M. DAWSON J. G. HONENS E. F. SCHOENING H. C. WELLER gg G. Y. DOBSON A. E. IvERSoN F. H. SHUMAN G. A. ZIEMER rg Basses P f A 1 D. B. ATWELL R. F. DVORAK R. C. KILLEFER. P. MARKMAN H I 1 J. W. BAKER W. I. EATON V. KNAPP W. K. NELSON . S. H. BAKER J. T. FINNEY F. W. LOGAN R. E. WELTON 9. ' ,J W. E. BAUS H. E. HARMELINC E. E. LUNDEEN J. E. WILLIAMSON ly 5. A. W. CRAVER F. J. JIRKA F. G. MAKEPEACE L. A. FLEMING reg. .1 P4 XX' 'fa I THE MANDCLIN CLUB I Q ' I H. H. ARCHBOLD R. W. JEFFERY H. M. MANN H. L. WHITE A ' V F. M. BAKER G. A. KREUGER H. D. ROSENDALE R. G. WILLIAMS Q .H P. T. DEDMAN P. F. KREUGER F. F. Ross F. M. WILLIAMSON . zz J. P. GRIFFITH J. C. LEAMING E. L. SEDGEWICK C. S. WINSBOROUGH QSM W. W. GROTT C. B. LEWIS B. G. SPINNER D. A. WOLFF fi? M K. LINNARD L. G. STRAUB :fa fs- Pe bi QE ACCOMPANIST 1 RICHARD KENT R VAN Two llzmdrcd Forty-eight Y f .AI MSN-A-H+' f" J if 1'-:-'f-'Iii'-z'C ifajzgzvwfr- H - J I w.QfN.isHe'f 4.?,.:f.Y.1f1s1,4'eivAQ'H:22EQH1-AeI2ElCEDJfQrLE,. F ,s, N: , f .. A-L :"rr'f':-'nf ww: r N. .f-J? .. Mp- vm-' LP?- X . ,QI N12-'J -y 1 .1 V 'highzf-' N, ,na-1-.'f1zg3.X'fJ?3iifilEWqi3?14 ff :vw A Sim at 1 'yi .!4m" H N " A., -gi 'xr , ei f ' 5,vg,gs-M w '1 ff' Pff F ." Hzfgnx, ,yfifiwl fl I if If I 1,11-ll ru ,S , JL, 5:93 Wf- if 142 Q-'Exif 2, '4 .Q 7 . 71 521,25 3 Dr, ,ggkjf g 7 '- K 52113 5,3111 ,W fu EMI Q11 fifi -'Q , ME if ' 4 .Qlffii A 535,34 I nl, -I if , . ig: W51' F255 M Ulf l ' iff WE.. 3 X fin 'W' 1 4 1 V4 I ,,,,,,.- ,,.. WT ,f 2, ,NA ,, ,, .. .T .,,,. ., . , . , , .Y .. . gk, A r Jfwi L ?QH.fff 1 ' g 1 ,, bf' A ff gf? r""w3rL if QEEQSQ1. ?1iLZ:Lli.Q. L,,..', 1,-,Q-...l-:?5..L..:..g' I ,xi QfQQ,L'Q.7::.l L?'1fQf,l1 I-.17 1.0.3 Q ' if 'V XX .ANITY P HX' 3 , x 5,,:.2.,.,. ,,, T55 ,.,.i..,,..,.,?..g?,.,...,,,ZFF,,f, W A, , . l..3...N,,.3' 'fjylxi Ii 'I if ,121 '-.Q ' ' H , W, A .flgiewl at -,Q . ' , 1 It M 1 1 . qniil, if ig, ikfsiigj 'ff 'BC3.Ufl5.11,N.,? 4 1Eftf W f'i5jIl1g11'1,QlS. fy 1 A ' :. me W-fE1fiY.:- . xg Ho waw' '.1"4cf" 1 If - L T 'RPQZ . . H '. w E3 -, , ' I, .., 'I -- W 'E . 1 , 1 ?. J , , , 11 rr- M 1 'YW 601' gran 5. , 1' 52 -30.9. :LQ C5lPz462'2f'20czw3 'XWX if K 65x I4 'ZX ,...f ,J jf T T Xbsq WQMANS ACTIVE ES , 12 :S ' VN ' V wif" Zi' . . egfiff-4 .551 ' ' W '-Q . Q-'sit--' grmwwgiff 1 EQE?'qwSUwfa 1 ,' Z Q X i ' M-X x '.i.' . ' M f X ' ' . ...1-. A? -N, N' f .5 by X f.-Z, , -' , ' , ,.1, Q 1 f Sf'2:X9 K MNMX iwii 3' . "L?5,1f'5,.,5fQj G P- W x L1 'T:'f?LfiT5 1ffLi'Qf:".i,',1."'Yf1'f,'if. 'mx ' fifflg 5 My - + M, Qifwr '1:f ' ' : 'Z 1 '. 5V'iw f f W Wf r'WE 1 wg' W' 4. g gg Qwyh X W gpwx H 1sf0 zhg m. ,... X favs " 'A"f :. ,-f v:1fa.:b"." - f ' 1 'f" "N- ' """ ' -flifixkz'-'H'1-.ez-'.-f:VA 1 -,.-' ' ' ,. .' 5 rs, ,J , 'Q ' i"65 T ' T l ee9i i H'W'2"""i""""'Y ' - e. , oT1,1pJ19ggILL1Oe et . . - ... .E F ' LEAGUE W gg woman s 5, F' ' ' .n h 'N - A x 'Q I , I I V ' m I 5 Q. ff? Re U ' 1 I - 1 i f l X 4 h U E' I 751 kai " it Ml gg Q? . . . . . Q The Woman's League of the University of Illinois IS composed of all women K I students in the university. The league regulates the social life of the women, furnishes W I and maintains co-operative houses, organizes the women not living in organized houses k ' for the purpose of self-government, and cooperates with the Dean of Women, the he Faculty, and the men, in carrying out campus policies and traditions. H 1 I I P M ig u 1 . OFFICERS , 4 . Q: 4 President, BETH Hom' gf ' Vice-President, CLARA N1coLE'r N Secretary, HARRIET FERA F K Treasurer, THELMA STRABEL A l 1 Senior Representative, RUTH HAMMOND X 1 f Junior Representative, MILDRED MURPHY 4 I ' ' 1 YJ l be sf? fi li H f p w w 1 A ' , sz r in ig? ha "4 I I qi gr i I MN rp ' ,V I Two Hundred Fifty-seven v 1 ' A vc fcfz'a5F"f-'e 'lf,.fi 1 11311 11 1 f 1 1 'Uh' 1,1 , 11111 1 1,11 1,11- 1 1 2. lx X TY! 1.3-- lid if 1.11: 11161 IW' , 'J' r 11! .XXV 111 1 . Eff M1 5219 U19 fs ' 1 P112 K1 ESRI, '-VT gg' 111 111 543 rl E11 r 1- 5711 1711 C1121 Efjffi r ,1 r,: 1 111-.,, ri: 1. -4 ITB 161 11 1 'sw lvf 1 E11 1 '1'f'Y1 7,1 f f -1 11 51215 1411411 i,. ,WH 131121 f1l1'f 35 11 1 1.511 1:3111 '-'11 Q1 -'Y-'Y' - ,.-f5,- . V , . , 1 , 1 1 , ' 1 ' 1 . , Y , A 3 . WOMANDS LEAGUE COUNCIL T071 Pow Mc x111.1.AN, 1fn111.AN1w, 1:.w1.1c, M1-:I1:1:, YOTAXV, XX'IllTF, vm-N, 1:1r11f1f1'1'11. I-1-:1mINn Sammi 110.11f--1fA11:1f111:1.1,, 0I.'I'l'SIiY, x11:111r1,s, 1m1zx,x11,xx, M1:u1xNx1:1.1., wx'N1-:, ZIMMZCIC, sA11'1'11. LINK16, 1fnYE. 1101-1'1N1:. Third 160111 A111111.111sN, :-11:x1w11:1:, 14111111-,x'1'1:11:1c, 111zvAN'1', x1c11ox,x1.11, 111131-21:1-2, IiI'NSl'I'l'll, 'l'l'l7liI'IlK, 1:1'MA1, .1oN1:s, IIICIUIIN. 1"0IU'llL H0111 GORDON, VAl.l'IN'l'lNl-I, IIAIUIY, Fl-SIKA, IIAMMUND, ll0I.'l', MUIIVIIY. MUIHIIS, SAIITII, CAll'l'IClh HQNQR QCEGMMEESSHKDTN IIICACU, STRAIHCI., XVELCU, I.U1II.lEY, Cllllifllldfi, XVINIC, SAMMONS, Kllllil'A'l'lllCK. Two lluoulrnrl Fifty-cigl1.t 1 1 ''M.,-4,K-,,.,,,1:::-.,,,'Sf2f',. 11,3 -. '-2 f , ...,,..x- . ,, .., ,A ., .,.,f,,, ,. " f"7ff1-l'1l'3'5?fl'f siftffi 3-1Lf:.EL-21. f 11 11 1- S112 V11-' 2561 151 111g 1255 ft 114' -f .nf 'fan 1111 X1 1351, 1953 .:.n-1 L u." EQ YE 'f5f41 MVX11 1'--1 Lgffil "r 2512.1 '..1,3 'GNL- W, 15 " Qi 63:11 154:11 41 1. 111 L71 L: 115. 101131 1' E3 1 11111 LQ1! . .fi Q-H 1':?':4 31291 1k 1 , 'ig 1 rr .Vi 1 1,1 Mfg: kfvl 1S",'f Hit: 1 1? J-'E M1 1:11 11111 a"ff1 ,F 1, '11 11 5 1 5, 1,5 5241 '3' F? ' 1 XS! 51 11: N1 Q91 .37 EA' 94 E14 V' "1 Q1 125119 ti N 5,1116 ff'f.'1 ,W Z .1 I I 11, 11,1 7,11 1 1' 1 1 ish ba P KJL4 5-1 5. ,. ,, ,E w fx i M1 r bfillig 1232? muon? 22 Eff 'Emi FAN 'k ::'.,i ag: .Vs 'Q Meg rw ig L1 Q t 4 Hi HQ P1 459 G .. k S2 A I A im V um 1 ,923 is .232 572 B K' 6 a ,zz :Z 541 Two Hundred Fifty-nina iiiO27 7 5fQg1E52g1LuOg fill ir lvl WOMAN'S WELFARE COMMITTEE l-4 L- A . .u 5. 'X ' A capable woman from every unit and organization , A i on the campus composes the Woman's Welfare commit- ' ' tee of Woman's League. The purpose of the committee ' 'if is to promote and maintain a high standard of living it for all University women. The goal of the committee :Q n u 1 L ,JT IS to help establish a dormitory system for all women. V' 1 T One of the important functions of the committee is i to cooperate with the Dean of Women in the furnish- i l ing and upkeep of all Woman's League houses. A 2 ' Woman's League house is a house where organized I women live, and where the women do their own house- U EQ . keeping and serve their own meals. The committee furnishes a house each year with the proceeds of an annual operetta given under the auspices of the com- - , , I W mittee. One thousand dollars was cleared with Victor QQ .1 Herbert's operetta this year. Justine Pritchard '22, ' ' - was general chairman of the committee and Donald ' ' IAN 1 W , M. Erb was director. gg Q1 BLANCHE SHIRLEY Chairman S2 WI x A THE COMMITTEE 4 H Si 'fri 5535, el 551 bl , A K I 3 ' l 1 is ES! ' Kd l li if- . I I 7 N r' W " XZ F2 S Top R010-PATTON, ARMSTRONG, NVANZER, MARTIN, IIENNINGER, LYLE, ANDERSON, HAMITER. Zl ,iq SCC01ld R010-WIIITFORD, SIIULTZ, RUMSEY, RIIODI , PETERSON, EVERETT, BALDNVIN, KILLIFER. 5,54 T,l.i1'd R010-IIAWVTHORNE, SMITH, ZIMMER, FOSTER SCIIRADER, RICHARDSON, PICKNELL, BEHRENS, CIIAMBERLAIN. lj! Fourth Row-uucuas, RUZICKA, 1-xocus'rnAssF mu., PENNINGTON, sHIru.m', chairman, mnnow, rru'rcHAnD. ,gig 5 -, l SIIACKLFI, SKEMP. 'H' Flftll R010-DEERE, FLEMINC, EDELSON, XYXRRCV IIXDISERG, HUNT, LUMPP, NVILLIAMS, BRONVN, YVEIR. Q T II d d S' z 'Al , v 100 ' 1171 TC lx 11 n, J ,' 1 lli T .'7A'3. - fx '.'f-jg - s 6 -Q., Q- .- 91 -wwf.: vb: Earl' --I fxlg. 5.1 H - " !'1?' " ,,.f..9.,s,........GZ5Q .F ,I Wifi' 51-QL 16529 11414104 A YOUNG WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN Q ASSOCIATION N . Nw TA I ig M 19: 223 ' r we A fl 1A 1 1 A 'A Q Q .u-, W OFFICERS if President, STELLA SALVESON H . . D Q H5 Vwe-Preswdent, MILDRED WEI.CH Q Secretary, MARGARET SEARS Treasurer, EMILY BENNET Q Under Graduate, MARGARET BRAUCHER 'I I' .M A J. I 4 3 I A 2 Ei .,,, ,V It w w s P3 5:21 Ei fir qi QQ . Two Hundred Sixty-one , I 1 r 1 eaazf 'd .Q A 1 Q,,, , 4 AGM' LM. 41.14 , , -vsw 'fn 'II 9:29 xrlvx n' sq fd V , . M 'QL W Img X C, Lx' W5 F43 :gd sw Ez . 1 Q4 if ffl. 55" H GD .6 we 'qu rn Q95 r. 'A SX Vi? K l PZ Q15 953 ,4w I' 1 W 1671 ' 4 1 ' 'CY iff-a ,Uf RTI m :G VIH :: A Zz? pb . 95 45 1' Ill W1 My QA! H? 1 lbw ,., 'V ,NYY illiffi my ,X iw ., J., 5,-,u'.,f iff' nf ,- "W ' 4 'fm x,J' M 'YL AL. Qfsazssnxmrmw Third 1f01l7--IIOPKINS, lKA'l"l'l'Ili'I'0N, VAN nolum. Second How---I101.11-zmmx, sA1:l':R, coom-IY, IIRAUCIIICR, Llili, I'II.I'lI'1l!. If'ir.wc Nom- -Isl-:NNI-Yr, :-1c01'1', sAl.vx':s0N, wl-11.011, sl-xmas. SECCQUJND Third Ro1v--wma, nrnxcxmnnr, wommurn-', I'RITCIlAllll, nomc, THOIINSHURG. Second Iiow--cmlcli, Al.l.l':N, :-vrrzvl-:Ns, wm'1'l-1, lwlulz, com.:-:, umm-:s. I-'ima Row--wmuucw, mluw, nlxnnv, l'l'INNlNG'l'0N, wmcxr, mum-:x', Mrrcnm., nmswle. Two lI1lmlr'1'fl Si.1'l11-two ,,v.1 ILS' ,w Wd My mei :Els my ilft WI'-qi 451 H :R 1 L: 'F .Ei J lm NTT' iii , ,. QM 'I at '1 .1 Q43 C29 xl SE VW S-I S21 1: P 1 X 4 9 5' 62' R44 JJ hx R . 5 I' 54 LEA F Ik ik wif fm r QF M' N 1 -, 4, All ,F 4,-.N 1. - L' 'gf uv , I f"'7f2i1.'n-. -, ' ' -1 D "WF-.1.n1?-'N' f ' 5 f-u-xxx' A-A f ' '- -'f".-fiktvyl I ! ygwf: , :N ' ' ll W' M i mfF-" -"WM-""' " 4' ' 'M'-'-'W' W, Q,,, -.i,,g,,, ',- m-,,.vDgG' A ' ' """'A""""-"""""""""i1f,A,fi inn- Xf! F:1vsf l fa ,Q 5 de :H if gui .il GENEVA CLUB FI iii ,A . '41 Fi , Ea ,-2 L, WZ: W2 'A Mi 2 f4 , lg V ' N is .rv-H gy E74 r-fx 66 f K 'll QD M Top Row-Pmmmxc, LANTZ, mourns, unmvucn, vr,u,l,. f' '- Sm-and Row--sA1.vmsoN, nrmwsmrz, nu-:Nm-:1-, I'RI'l'CIlAllIl, wxmnx, nldxunmnn. ' N il Third HOII'-OKIGY, 'rnu:u, sco'r'r, nucs'rmn, SICKMAN, lllililll-I, nofuc, v1.Ac:c:. '-'f 5,4 Fam-th lrum-xumucxmn, Awmcnsox, sl-mas, v. l1o1,'1'unnmN, 1..m..'..,....4...., .x:A..::.,, s1:x,u'lcn, mucoNNm,r., swim. V4 w QE FRESHM N QQMMHSSHQN gg '25 , Z4 A I M M :es A. V1 F' H11 1 ww, ff I N A ,if rd Y in 911' 55 923 59 .nga K ggi. fp H5 Toyz Roll'--S'l'0lkM, Nm-:mlAM, l.ANr:s'r0N, RYAN, GREEN, Al.1'0N, Ill-:mcIN. GD ,HM Second Now- uoNN, lmmuxu, lmsxfoluu, lmm., Nxcmll-zlz, I-'z:1s'l'mc. l 6 Third Row--Il0x.'l'mcMAN, WYINIC, wuI'l'1-3, SCIIAICI-'l'lll, yn-vsiflwnt uox-zxmlc, MCUl.UlU'I, lm1'cl,Il-'I-'. ' ' 4, W ' 'KAN VAN Jgw fm ffm Two ll1L11d1'r'd Si.l?lfIl-ULIWYC HW! Xi' Mgrvz 1'AZIliFI??l2'IiZ2TSiilfiiif'f'Ll?f'5'f-EQTT' 5 771?f?"l'i7?fTT:w'"1 ,. -"fx ,.fE7iTT?ii-1143' 'w- :priser55?-Q-?Z:f?3E V-,711 ?T7 fG"1V , ,f hy- :Z Q, ' Q , ,ff 'Q-'jp' 'j,1T., 1 K. ' .' Mgiilg 3-X", I " 'A " ' k ' 'if' ,Kiwi ' Q 'v-' H: 11 3,5 ' N x A M 0' ,JQIG Q1 . 1 ,. V . -- ,, , V -' ., .M W - - '1..fLf' ' -2:2 -V,-L.,.g : "J-,-1-.3 -fag T: -If '-1 -4J::.x?f4GlFia 'ff.,1A'. "A -.35g.gg:'ff. fL'QQf'.5g EJQK1 .1 ' ?--'T-Q11ef':.4ffff'g,'.:'Li'v::' . ff-,'i'l7'f1i51F':!"'53?'?'r -1-v--f-1-f""-.'.'X.-Af v J 2 gil:IilRlb2QILLlOA a ly! KY: kg if Y w. c. A.. ACTIVITIES L42 A A, y A S. 3 looms. DAIUYA 1LL1N1r 5'fss'4.szf2f if? R IA P .:. MOSI OVE r 4 539i if: X if l I l , 4 . v w H E: Y. W. STUNT SHOW I Alpha Xi Delta Winner 752 ' 2551 ill? TIP H The Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show of 1920 was very successful. Alpha Xi W Delta with its stunt "Read It and Weep," a take-off on the Daily Illini was fix the most clever skit, and Kappa Alpha Theta's aesthetic dancing "The fly Fete of Diana" took the prize for the most artistic stunt. Helen Cory Q carried away individual honors with her "Oh Ladies, Ladies" travesty. K X ' SY! M SCENES FRCQM THE DOLL SHOW ng .Vs I -nw ww yn . ' 1 P' il- ,GM - l ,I .f-gk. ' -f , ,- I , I, 1 A U . I' ' ' J aj gl ii? ff ,xv ' an V 1 I N rf ki A K lmq rd .52 ig: '.r vim T H mimi sim,-four ,Ax l I" THE CL!-ASSSES SENIOR ILLINAE HOOVER XVIIITCIIURCTI FAllll"1lCl,l! BARNES 'll0l,'l'lCIlMANN JUNIOR ILLINAE DIETRICII IIOAK GAY XVARREN SOPHOMORE ILLINAE 'L ALLEN EVANS TREAIIXVELL Two II'lI,'ll!ll'4Ifl Simty-jiuc W x , 1337 E 8311 F1 ri H4 4 DTI-12 1Q2Q i'Li i6T5 V '7' HF W S57 SE H sg V1 lf., FY!! , 5 f 2 go ,Q fx 3? 1 ' 'X W ft ,I LN: ' In M 35 gp M BE w Vf I 1 Q aj R' :ff '1 fn as 43 'Aw , 61, 'L' Two Hundred Szxty-sm i V im V .V -' --. ,-..--. ,V ,. , A , .,,, ,rx.,,. , X T 1' H,-' Dim 0' . ,wk V 9 5 'X N- ., . A , -- vm, --,.-140 A L p..'-pa Nx,,'r'3 '3' -1 FN . J'-, Y r V 'f N, A 1 1 1 ' , j-,- Y .13 tl-,M .- , - fs, 4, - ,M I , N., 1 1, I v 4 , ,wx Q 3. A.-. ,., 5.-Fin. N.. A, h. 4 I ,VM ,- ,,,, WW. f., uf ,fx xii, 1' E .1 ., H .L L mix, Klnlxxlfxl. 4, ,WM , . nv 1: H r' .1 .X A7 A -1 .x x 7 M4 A 1 ff"'A " " ' ' M" "' "-""""'- a' n'v'QA ,,,, I ','i51i2 .H M, W wg' ullmlmmlllllul .....-- mullll I'-A Ilmmllllll X i o ull' ll 4' UI 11 o sag llllllll .www ,--- 'n.nf"'-I V --" "IQ ---- -"1 W --'-1-- .. ----. lf'-5 ! u""' 'Wil I" ' gl" ' A' I """"'u F Vf-"llIIl' "" ma 53 . fd' 115' Q qlfm' Ham ' mm!!! 31' N l1'g...f , feia x " J "SV " ." H r I ' ' X 1 Y " r Q I i .Il .fllllltlllll:llhwnIl'lI'lllIIll' I Ili. .,,,,,,. n"' ,,,- lllllnlll I lil., ....f "Magi lu' .5 .1 -'Z' ' We , r , ' 1 o o, I , A 'X me P .V a Q11 if le? M hi, Q4 F2 3554 W Tllv mg ga YM V W .2153 Miss VERNA Bnoolcs 556 G9 Director of Physical Education for Women NU HONORARY EDUCATIONAL FRATICRNITY Y Y YY Y i V X FH if 'W P 1 1 k N I A l 4 a 1 , Aj L 1125! lgn 'pa' :ff K 1 ri is fn A og ,faq if ,iii ilif gig Top If0IlV--'IlUGIII'l"l', Wu-rn, lu':s'r, lloovxcn. 'Z 5- 'ty Second ldow-Molrl'roN NOIII 1-' nxu'ru me v f PQ Bottom Nou '-,-' AIIXIANI HRUUI Q NIUIIIIIQ ll It IISINIIINI ff' H M cm' Wi Two llzmdrzfd S1'n'l71-summ H 1: --' k - "' ' "AA ""-'vfrt-fr' -'----' :A '--'--f"'--'-1-f-'ff-f'5"' "H : ' :Mi . " ' ' ' " ' -"7 "" ' ""' ' ' """" :"'f ' ' , . ' , - '- '31, M ,f 5111312929 M100 sarfxaiafa-tiaszeseaw hi 3 J'- :HL WOMAN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION .N K A j l rf A l fl ll 705 li 51: sl ny 4 T 1 1 I 1 Q ' 1 9,4 i. f CHRISTINE HYLAND OFFICERS H CHRISTINE HYLAND, President RUTH Hoovnn, Vice-President HARRIETT BEACH, Secretary ISABEL LOSEE, Treasurer Woman's Athletic Association encourages enrollment in athletics and instills the W principles of good sportsmanship into all who participate. ml .. if hd r 4 '1 I' i ' I l 'A 12,3 1. li i 1 nf 'A -il sa ! W1 Two Hundred Sixty-eight I fb r 1 v n po xl- 41 WW NW x.. ' MN YW! wig wW ' v-JA, AYV: W WQRQ W gift 1 f Ai I 1 43 1 fx 4 wfifffh w KX' ' PW lyf! 1171711- Wm 'law 1,302 X ,-'11 Lf, 5.4531 v.: Q QQ ln QV!! H4 W QQ my ? . 4 4 -+4 x is EV :QT M 1 5, ii 12' ? S51 M N JZ. H3 W .324 G 4 O if N W 1 lf! 1 MJ ,: :' PM lgigg ,- I iif-feaef 'Xi3d Io'1-Ui, feif fz ia, msn EJ ,LM,-,,,,-.,,. . v W, ,,., ,.., ,,,,.,..,, , , , ,yf YQ, fx-Sv 1 SPORT MANAGERS DOROTHEA KERN, Hockey GEORGIA HILGARD, Swimming ERMA CABLE, Tennis MARION LESSING, Archery EUGENIA Moss, Bowling JEANNE WHITE, Baslcetball J Us'1'1Nm PRITCHARD, Hiking EMILY DOAK, Baseball HOCKEY JUNIORS N4 S Top Row-noA K. --S LA - Sucnnd Iimuixvllrrxc, SPIKAGUIC, mcnw, xmucs, Mc cAsxm.r., uo1.Mlcs. Bottom Row-A1mAcu, 1lYl.AND tcaptaim, cA1:m. 1 L 1 f F 1 , ,Yer v,-.,,,,--,,,,,,.. -,........,,..,..... . I 'X 1-fa--:, VIR. X v Two Ilmzrlrcd Sicvtu-nina yi N U Nl lliixyn vii w , H H IL, ,N vial, ! s,"-'. ' ff-af PM I-sw, r-.- 5551-L' ge . SX 1 Nw .W Fm rx, X M4 Flin! iii! W4 "W 155 ? 1 'P aw M31 sg? ng I-, n wk QM 'Ax :I if S25 wiki. 'HR vf-Q Irf fm: SG QE M K6 im ' T22 572' mpg P M o fb sf? 1 I-Y K. F4 V fm ry-N 1 Hin V N1 lm ,: ,li ,X 1 1,1 .23 .Is 'X- ' v-' ' ' .. -,1.,,g...1.1L. T , wif-Wff X ,OTHQ 19 22 uuoo glI.:'i?2L-T 1 T Q .Q V , in 15114 KW ' ,JS ,E SENIORS am W., . Eg Q. 1514 sl Q w if , .3 , -N g 1 , 1 s.. i 4 M Q ai R ,Gd fe 3157 gt! C by if Q A N Y 1 J Top R010-NILSON, xl. uorrlNc, GLENN, 1'uoMr'soN. M1 Second Rmu-I-ummm, IOSEE, wmn. r W1 gil' Tottom Row-vnu-Jn, nosr, noovmz fcaptainh, Mc CLELLAND, mnovmxc 52 ma 'ifff' kg SOPHOMORES gi.: QE, r I ZS gg kk 5,2 Qi? W B E lr! VV hifi VW gas fig Q.. K Top Row-wlu-:s wrmfmncr A Second How----'rnsmu-'11 wun nom-:u1'snN, COVINVIONI, snour. 1' Bottom Row-Al.l.l-:N IIANXOIITIL' 1lll.uAlum, UONII, onovlcs, MCUOUGAI I I ll W FRESHMEN - - I 14 I 54 . N W an ig? ' fbi '1 Y' vw if- r In N IH EN l K 1 ,U R2 Ng Ar Z. E51 8.54 . 4 1:3 L si db db qi Top Row-Mu.u-tn, nAm-:nxrAN, wnsr, o'r'roN, OIIRENSTEIN, MARION, nlLl.oN, BERNHARDT. I . V ' Bottom Rozugmrrnv lmn, sTonAl, IIERRON fcaptainl. SMITH, PARK!-:R, WORST. V t Two Hundred Seventy 'Ax ,,. 4 xQ,. V Y V Y ir V V i A p- 1 ,'?l.l'.:,,g 1 v - f 1- Q J .- - -Xllgygy, . - 'f iv r v - 1 X +eQ5Q5.'g25f n.,.wzi'ig:x2"7f5g'Ea.,-Q1eQQE,.fiQ31esmmgf.:E,,.,,f..Q3m.,,....Q 3 '. ,:.p, 5. P "1 iii "Ik v .J v, ll x. ,f 'Az ' w U r.. 1 .,,.l f' w -fm .-.. -Y-- W - fwfiffuv Viv" 'i"Af"- f ff v nivfzz ' " . HTML 19 22 ILLIOO VIZ F, 6139 3, R I J, M L? 551 .Q iq bm R .a L 1 7' 5 + 4 1 rw QL fi! Za 9? ZS 95 k ' as 63 WJ if M v gi 'gm ' l l 1 L I fi L: 1 :gg Q1 hw :Qs F , lffq ,, A H N 1 ,, .4 ,U ak sql ,gi 'AX EE , ' h Two Hundred S only 'Q K k D 1 1 Wfyfzr--P. fi' 4 - - - - 2 " Y 'Y Y .- V . 1 .w...,,,,.. ,, - f95gLi' 1?2',:2-.'-sits.. 'YIM QTHQ 192-2 H1100 ..rt Z?3'.L' CQ2 mf? in iv' if B fi 4 213 E ,vi ig AS: ga' '. X. xx 5 New N rr x K A , 1 I I f 'N R I Q 6 E d I if .U V M -w if Q The Baseball chapionship was won by the Juniors from the Seniors last spring. 1 y ' Miss Bowman was coach. 1 J L l 1 7 I 3, JUNIOR CHAMPIONS U . l -X 1 l l 1 'lf , U 1 9? N 9 ' ' ik - 1 -we 2 .K ' i : ' . 1 ' Y ' I ' ' , I A ' K ! ,' ' 'P i ' kv . , N - , 3 1 . H fo. .fi Y- as -.r'Jb4'1X Top Row-JANES, Pa'rEnsoN, GUMM, nssw, Nu.soN, Losmm. Bottom ROW-HOPPING, rusrmm uoovsn fcaptainj. siwman nose N sENIoRs ' I' 5 , , . - 1 A 1 1 I 1 L gl . E, 4 l I at 'Zi QQ W a el , so ,Y an Q 9, V 5 U ,lb lu ,A 'V rx 7 . ' r .xx .1 A ,X-' L H-17 R Top R010-BAUCROFT, SCHNEIDER, CANNON, GOSSARD, MONTGOMERY. Bottom Row-Mc cAs1.xN, numwos, ummm, MONAHAN, MAn.sH. E53 EF ' bi Q W N i k 4 Two Hundred Seventy-two A 79 FA' 133- -w w -3-3 w- fr - Y V Qsgg' .- - -igdA '- w"'-", -v' 'Y' sf? eiiigmzhlermfs.-1fJ4:.'f.a'bia'r 1QiQmis?iCQ e3iez 2:Rf2M2Q,i 3553 x L Q4 .,Q.. ugh WL -1, wx K Ja IH . r ' '-f 'a1wQv1Q1+ii'r:f:1 ':-H-K ' - 1- , -A-if .- -+L.-l1:LW--w1, , , U L , A 1 4- f ' - ' 'Av-'wvdv W 3, Qbfrwglvivgxni "'i"PZ'.'5 QTHQ 1Q Q Q I L 14100 Q I 'WV fu? as V4 sg," A Fi. J ' 'Z A 3 " ij u 1 F' , . ! I N 4 fl' ix C 'K H 52 f Q RU Z3 Q ' Q31 My Ii? U' H31 X 31 vi' is 1 V4 is , L W 3:3 ew 39 Q ak mi Es? 'iq r ' -4 Q gf 7,5 Two Ilumlrccl Smmozty-Lln'ca jg W A W -4 M,-1 MMJM- WL., M I, ...,. .. q - ,H,, i n A Y -f r A - ,1 ' -i .sl ,., Y Q, , A y - , - . . 13,4 QTHL lQQQ ILUO .y-,-"'4...Z?a CQ9 il? All .E E N , e J il, Pg an 4 ' ,N I fy 7 ul ' rs 1' Kfiff I ' V N x 5-,X ,W Wil' I I: 'tiger' 4"i-i l, , 77,55 f : ,v, "" 71 , I 1 . ?,l!,!vlI,y,'K .A E5 ff" W is 54: ff!! X' I 4,A.,' M fi my t Tl Y L 1 1 I I 4 h W The Interclass Basketball Tournament is held annually the first of the second as U 1 semester. Thereis great rivalry shown in this tournament, and the championship team P I - has its class numerals engraved ,on the Basketball Cup, which is displayed in the . KS W. A. A. rooms. , 543 635 6 K I WI .. if 5 sEN1oRs 'l ' P K ' I L , . "1 yi Y r he is .4 X ,nl H54 Top Row--ummm, I-'nu-Jn, sim-:nnAHM, PRI-IBLE, uosonn, xn.soN, scHAD, LQ-Q Bottom Row-sNx'nr:n, Hoovan, n. HOPPING, II. HOPPING tcaptainj, BEST, ROSE 'SQ nga he E Two Hundred Seventy-four 'AN r '1 vi 1 ,y 1 .mai fi for F255 '14, 211 OTIZILL 1522 ILLIOQ' G5 1 7 t A t'M"'V't"""""'- 1 WI WA nl A AQD JUN1oRs in up -5 F F 4 N x 1 I 11' -4 PS IS '52 Qin i 1 Fx W Y r 4 Top Rowwwulm, THOMPSON, nm-'I-', nrmvsn, cmxuc, IIAIIKD. Second Row-co1'LEY, SPRAGUE, 1mowN, nomc, su-onrry fcaptaiul. vmnco, FULTON. h L, SOPHOMORES 5 I P I ZS Ga if PKR B4 E4 W M V 1 I x l X J I vp , iv Top ROI!!-ETHERIDGE, ARMSTRONG, 1111.uAnn, mmm' Ccaptamh, smrrlr, APPIEGATE. nk V Bottom Row-TArmAN1', xmnuacu, nou.rs, nun-1, COVINGTON. er . , FRESHMEN 5 f K x i WJ 1 . .Q sep mon '1 1 r y' ' f I V Ei' E L4 A53 155 ' 'HN T012 Row-POLLIT, MILES. SNODGRASS, PATTERSON, IIENMAN, IIERROD, JACK, OTTON, BRADY, MC KNIGIIT. 'H' ,Q Second Iiolv--lfonlcuov, NELSON. U Bottom, Rowf'r1mMl's0x, Mc Anow, uoxinm-3, lslcwalc Qcaptninj. M1l.l.l:Ic. I ' Two llmzdrcd Seventy-five Q ' I L 1 ' V 1 V' M A QE Ur-4' "A ' A-SW' "U ' ' ' .- .-,,.., Y,..YY -.- ,Wm:7t:'::':fT::T.i'l'.,.7"x v1f?A'w'Gkae:-'-J ws?-vt ff-We 9311" -- .. '- -illxffolmfxsr ii wfrwa. azzvaf-fsf'f?2 Agui?fT'-ffl?-:'Q,f52:g?s'rf152,13TY'-2:1,ff " -rl 45-1 3-31--ff 8521535 Ea , . r . F32 CJ, f'x 574 M 'Z n-1 ug. 'N 421 5 . P 1 lr NJ 1 Q , " ' A'f'2"wS2m fx 'W91922 ILLIOQ Qu- -. L ' "'9E4f'3LQQw'T'ri':fQ25 if-3 fi M x I PY V 1,1 El 4 F4 sw I4 SE KAY as V WI 5 - 1 K ink 23 H' ' LQ if Vw if lg Q? Tw., llund ,.,, ,, Scum I, gl 11811: Q . m-?.'e494i!: IQE ,'l,E'LQw!G- , , Y Q Q.-W iii'-QB", fl W EE l I ' 5 'E X W x L , W r ' w ,Em new Fdagl , JL. - f . fff f' 'f-f H - X :J Mu mx Q T 7 Zfxf X The 5 UXCIQ Y V JJ Dsrniv: LA A Eg! .. ,ii .Egg iijgg 111151. W ---1-----f---f- -- ---- -- - A -'+-- -' W In F 3.5122 MASK AND BAUBLI: l3j .5. I A fx'.,1' 1 'Q 'D I . V1 N51 5'5" I 4 fi I I xv 'V'- I K 1 'A Im W -I c-E 1 :ly u ' gf I N x . I P N r I E? L I FIX 'v ' , , K4 r QF qi? H YM CH . my U ARL!-Js E. KECK, Preszdent :Qu 1 EDWARD B. HENNING, Vice-President MARY PARSONS, Secretary .. is W ACTIVE MEMBERS SP' X I NELLE L. BARRY MARY MDNAHAN H THEODORE P. BOURLAND VALENTINE P. NEwIvIARx W- QIQ A. W. CRAVER MAYNARD H. RAGGIO 'gg CHESTER W. DAv1s MERLE V. RAINES 555 W DONALD M. ERB MARY SAI-'I-'ORD E31 .KE JANICE GILLEN MARGARET SEARS 5.3 Fl FRED HARvEY OLIVIA V. SCIIAD 45'- '1 H. MILES HEBERER HERBERT T. SowERs K RUTH HoNN FRANCIS TRAUT I T LIDA HDUGH FRANCIS WINE , H. T. MCMURRAY ANNETTE L. Woon . f 1 PA' if A297 35 144 "' II 'f ' I H ' .zz U S A 52 , . LI- FR A A 'I ll' AI W E Tf'1i3fT ..... 57f.?:'f1,T,fi'2i" '-:JL - r Q- ' YU-illl' A' "W':g'fi'Y7:7ZZ'T' 3' ' -' J .V ff?" Q ,1 mio 13 was TYRANNY or TEARSPP J 3? J J. x .i 1 l' n l u l I .4 l. E2 A01 r ' V 4 ' l I I 1 n , 1+ w Y 4 h H F be 52 f, , Tia Xi EA J 1 MRS. WINIFRED KATES JAMES, Director ' CAST. ' ' fil Mr. Parbury ....,,....................,.,...... ,......,... ................ ,..,,.,..,.... ..... I I o n ier Mock Replogle IM H Mr. Gunning ,............ ......... .........,,..,...... ....,........ F r e d W. Meyer, Jr. ,, V1 Colonel Armitage ............. ........ , , .............. Edgar Henning PN QQ Mrs. Parbury ..........,...,.... ..........,..............,................ D aisy Reed Q Miss Woodward ............. ............ M ary Helen Monahan W Evans ................................................,..........,............,.....,...,........,....... Theodore P. Bourland KW f Caroline ...............,..............,............................,..........,....,.,....................................... Janice Gillen 5 A ' A The "Tyranny of Tears" by C. Haddon Chambers is a delightful comedy of the p A better sort. Mask and Bauble did well in choosing this play for their spring attempt ll M as was shown by the large audience and favorable comment heard. W fu!! The play tells the story of how the tears of a wife, which have been the chief weapon she used against her husband, proved to be her own undoing. There was no YQ particular star in the performance for all read their lines well. 'Elly Sq The stage was without a doubt the best that has ever been seen at a Mask and R Q Bauble play. . F 5 Y I l I I I ' 1 ' 1 tim lr? Wi 1 n P' ix, l lit , l . rf 'J' in K' haw mi ig, qi 514 p Fl 1 T 'IIT gb: l Q , . l ,Q 1 - M fix ' Two Hundred Seventy-aight ,- i of T .VH . - ' A , ' ' 1X WFT- s- ""'J'TlT'-'3i'T:'7'T""C'i:Zf Q an so sg f .4.93,-esngfsnkl.,xaRo.:.".3r6EE,"L.aez:cf:o..sazs.,-a,af.fQ:r....,,....GED I ff f s E-1-aw'gr,:'-H'-'Q J 5 ' J' J is "'f'i"'i'-i'iiG-'?"" ' , -,. g g 'UI o'I'1,1Q1Q2Q Hugo ,,c1.516nwx, - ... ti tl .E .E "THE NEW YORK IDEA" IZ . L-I A F .H . vs A x 1 1 I lf l' Dr Y V1 4 l I 1 ,J l 4 In FZ 54 QE Mns. CHARLES A. GILLE, Director if , . CAST. My l Judge Phillimore ..........................................,.... ...... .... .......,........ C h e ster Davis ,M Rev. Phillimore ......................................................... ....... .... H e rbert Sowers Mrs. Phillimore, the mother ............. ............... O livia Schad ,ga 59 Grace Phillimore, sister ......................................................................,.... Mary Salford 9 rf Miss Heneage, aunt ................................................................................... .Anneta Wood William Sudley, cousin .........................,....,............................................... Fred Harvey K X Mrs. Vida Phillimore, the Judge's divorced wife ............ Irene Seaton KW - Sir Wilfred Cates-Darby ......................................................... Valentine Newark . . John Carslake ...................................................................................................... Charles Keck . W John Carslake's divorced wife ............... ................. M erle. Turner GF gg Tim Fiddler, horse trainer .................... ..................... F rancxs Traut Q16 Nogam, valet ..................................................... ............. M aynard Ragglo V Thomas, family servant .................................................................l......,.. Fred Turner '-1 we Benson, maid ........................................................l................................................... Ruth Honn H "The New York Idea" by Langdon Mitchell is rather too extravagant to rank F as a comedy 3 it is much too serious in its purport, too searching in its character x delineation and too subtle in its wit to be treated as a mere farce. A 5 1 . With this play Mask and Bauble re-established itself among those who liked to f 1 L see Mask and Bauble stand for something more than it did during the war. 4 rl T 1 1, ll .1 rl ,w 'fl y N M X4 T22 F E11 I 1 'ii I H rp flu ' ' Two Hundred Seventy-nine , i QE .Ll i F . Q i f f si llilifdii 1 f6295F5.z-,ma 3595?-2 i . 1 1 1 t. 1 r , r 1 T v fi K Y Om 1522 miie l, Q ld! -.-...-,,..s,- J W If A-VMMKMIM Mmgk-M D 50.1525 ei f Fi.. ifi KW! 1- V n i 'li ii 9.2 C0-QED CARNIVAL lit! .gg 3. WI fv ii in at 5,1 i X, A l l A gsm nfl: .Sis X1 r is Q l E . g It l 1 i 1 .4 if-il fb 1 ii E34 fm fly The dense cloud of Armory dust which parched the throats and blurred the eyes iff-gi of the three thousand pleasure seekers could not contend with the general spirit of 4 ' livin! good times and Homecoming which prevailed at the 1920 Co-Ed Carnival. One of the major attractions was the little vaudeville show given by five repre- lvl gi! sentative groups of our girls. The program was oft repeated and the many audiences - 1 Fi were loud in their appreciation of the show. The five sororities which competed for the prizes offered for the best and most original stunts were Delta Delta Delta, Alpha gig! Omicron Pi, Pi Beta Phi, Chi Omega, and Sigma Kappa. Delta Delta Delta won first gig 521 prize, and Alpha Omicron Pi and Pi Beta Phi tied for second place. The girls all 5:51 worked hard and it is hoped that the same spirit will be shown next year. EE: '1 F' xl 1 I 4 1 I 1 I L J rg U 1' 'J' 97 P' '1 'fig 1 gn N r I 1 '4 73 ...s 3 5 b v Q 1 '-.4 iii ala 'aff' it is flfzrii ' lim all 3 Two llimrlrrd Eighty Mid ,ggi ii.: ,Tg rv , 437' gm-, -7--:,:,,,, g- iii., K " 1. rf b " Y Q 3 1 T-:,.j,.4:. L...-t,-S' i:"wQ"ffI-1'---1-.J si C f "PR'Q"-iq1"tY7v-'-' "-' T Y 6 YY Y 'Z A ' W ll' Z'-4'-.1vr'wryif"'-f' 1' ' - , ... f 1' . Jiiinvxf -. . Cgkwfof-N13 ,. . . SLR oT1,1LjQQQ Img.. .Q - A .afqezssefnggi W W 5 l I E W2 E-I F-S IZ S1 rx A Ki fs. . PIERROTS Q . ' 05' THE ILLINOIS UNION I r jf -Q. .,4 ,- 592 R3 1 ni? I r ' l 1 f H 1 v ' 1 4 In '12 YZ Iss if-R' 'ESQ cr ill? H H rv gg if fi? K I gg ACTIVE MEMBERS. 7 1 :IL S. C. GREENE D. M. ERB G. R. FLEMING W rg K. W. CLARK S. WANZER W. F. YOUNG H C. E. KOHLER Ross COHN S. J. BAIANO F R. E. SAEFER C. E. ATWOOD W. D. DONAHUE 5 A K R. E. TUTWILER D. O. TRIPP C. E. KECK I I N J. S. PRESCOTT J. W. NELSON C. D. BRUNKOW J l A F. A. HART M. N. HUGHES G. V. BUCHANAN . 1 , A F. H. TRAUT H. C. ECKART T. P. BOURLAND Lf ga F. S. HARVEY H. E. MOTTER G. W. DIEEENDEREER :fi 'H J. W. CANNON L. G. HUNT M. O. NARAMORE gl wi' E. G. MCDONALD M. C. CARLSON A. F. RODECKER 1 C. L. HAsBRooK P. M. BROWN A. S. BEARDSLEY I N L . R. M. BELNAP F. H. STRONG W. I. TENNEY .Q '44 S5 Si gg I I Mi W Two Hundred Eighty-one , , 1 1 cg 'T . V f - , , , . Y -: 7' Y .' ' ' in :T Att- " Q'a."'r - fix .,.,.,... -, L LEA, 19 97. 1 .1QfQE'.f?'lE'.fZ2.'iQPIavAsmA.,L--,.f.:Q:m1.fwe.E-.QQfD ui- , . .xr lr v. nl G? fa ,r 's 1-1 lk. .I . - it g"fig6L7f'7""?jyei"J5fi7Z1 YF . 349530 5 nl I DTI-11922 ILLIO0 ' I ..1,Q Wil, . .Isl lfljl' lil Qw GGPERPETJUAL EM TEQNPQ lgra I , E31 rv. , f Vs ws" wig! M? pri. lf: ,iii '54 ll .4 lm l L wi, 52'-2 fr? 5 ' :ll . lil infill gi, I . ii: f - '9 t l.0ll9 The Pierrots of the Illinois Union successfully produced this QM .Ulla musical comedy by Ralph Carlsen, Carleton IIca'ey and E. McG. Vv ,lil Gildea at the Illinois Theatre. May 14 and 15, 1920. All characters F were male students of the university. fAg H. P. STOTHART, Director C. C. TAYLOR, Manager CAST or CHARACTERS. Ted 'Hamilton .....,,.......,..,.... J ...,..,..........,...,..,.....,.....,,.,..,,.........,........,.... W. I. Tenney ff? Pauline Holmes, the girl ........................,..,.,,....,.........,..... W. W. Donley, Jr. l Michael O'Brien ..,......,,..,.....,.., ,.,.......,.... W . L. Favinger lvl ' grs. OiBrien ...................,..,...,.,....,....,,....................., ...,.....,... .,.. F . A. Hart , ing'-a- ing ..............,....,.................,..,..............,................. ,...,........ . K. Snive y gp Omar, a medium., ..,.....,..,..,........,.....,......,..,,.,,.........,..,... ........... H . T. Sowers vu? Subway, of the colored underworld ........,,., ........,..... A . A. Dailey Q6 Isaac Levinski. ,..,.....,....,....,,. ..... ,........ .,..,......,.,,.......... ............ . I . W . Grear QE. Mrs. Iievinski ..................,..,.,,., .,..,.....,.....,,......,....... ......,,.,.,...... F . H. Traut Captain Klddo ...............,..,......... ,.,..,....,,.. E . W. Savage ,1 Jerrems, a steward ,...,.....,.... ............ . I. W. Devlin F la, Mr. Cook ......,.,,.,....,..........,.,....... ,.........,. H . C. Weller L The librarian ...................,. ........... F . S. Harvey .1 ml Dopo Franzo ........,.., ,.... ......,....,......., .......,.. R . F . Dvorak I I Y 4 Pierrot .,...,,,.......,.,....,.........,.........,.,,......,,....,..,..,..,..,,....,....,... ., ..... ,... .................... , . S. Biano I E4 Pynchem and Lynchem, detectives ....................... 5 Igzitggok L1 QQ? . S43 '1 N y-- li If 1 V N V ,1 . A K, L1 rj 53 gg 'llr 1 T ml Two I I imflrcd Eighty-two me nf 5'4l'ffn:kT' Leu.-' I "ET-'7?'1'l:l'4fl 7273" if . YQ ii - V rl' V , Q"f1-5: '-1-G" ' 'iq 'fix af1Iu"QQiKQ'c2DDE..f?a G-z..'iezv2i' EQ7.,.?,.,... ' L .V f Q. J' ff 1 W '-1 . ETX 4. , 4 .'QE'r"lffF"lMW''QI A- , w..L2.2iL1:35g11:1f:j1f.1if.ef,'-gzgrgi-.gf. moi J f,f.,Mf,j"A'w All if E V AA ar"--"'+----""-'Q'--"""'w'-1 ff- Ov f' im 1 14 1!i'ff51 H Us JW. IME? Y ' 'xffxf' ggi MPERPETUAL EMUTIEQN 1f..g.gE Q52 Ji-fi L Y '4 mv W wi? fig iff? Pi EH? . ,QQ ' . 15.1 I mix: IME ffl Q34 ... E231 QE F. W. MEYER, JR., Stage Director , E BOYS CHORUS W R. A. MAGNUSON G. A. LOFQUIS1' 'JK Z S. WAN'ZER F. M. WALLACE ,,.. W. G. RIDER J. W. CANNON QB H. G. WHALIARIS L. H. POMEROY .ff R. COHN E. S. BROOKS .J S57 H. R. PINCKARD L. BASS 'YJ I K . GIRLS CHORUS Q. 3 4 P. W. KAISER M. W. MUSSELBTAN 519 Q L. M. BRANCH M. N. HUGHES gp, fag MCDONALD J. L. SCHUREMAN A523 . . BRUNKOW G. R. FLOM 'jr gin D. O. TRIPP J. S. SCHMITT 'f C. T. GRIFFITHS G. P. ROCK F A BR ri F. A. DICKS A. W. ROEDECKER F R. W. GOEBEL REX THOMPSON A 1 J. W. NELSON Wg x Ll A N H ix J 52 ff Viv lifi . 4 Y' X1 'S ZW P531 'I .4,- 1 :H il ' 'Hr VA YAY M Two Ilundrcd Eighty-three Wx' LAT: .. ,... Y.. .. A1'f,,.L.,.,..L.,.-,,,-v,,,j,'7j'1.j l,Z"'iQ13-. .- ZV...... ' ....,11,,. it .,,. .. .iT L..,1'i"7i:4L.. ..:. AHL. Z::':21rf1tA"Tt'i'f"' "" if i1""','f 12322 uuolv IQ? nr UM-sri GJ" ld Ee' QI JH? ig POSTQEKAM JUBELEE gi The auditorium was filled to its capacity on ,SI 'J' the 8th and 9th of February to witness a rather f I .x. I . :g lengthy but interesting performance of the 19th l 5 i 3 annual Post-Exam Jubilee. I 1 I First prize for organizations was won by Chi li Phi who presented "She", a comedy of their own M production. It was a hokus-pokus of froth de- bu pending on speed to hold it up and to put it :fin ill? across. The dancing chorus was excellent. f 4 'TQ Phi Kappa Tau came second with "The Battle V 3 lyk!! of the Books." It depicted the trials and tribu- 1 1 lations of the student in his fight with the spirits w of work and play. Delta Sigma Phi presented a spectacular act 1525 in "Color", a fantasy. The scenery was beautiful 212 ,ffg and the acting was well done. 13-x - - ' if , 51:4 ,HT The Staff of the Daily Illini presented Bar- 1: H men", a tearful tragedy and burlesque on "Car- fb 5,5 b l an men." The characters were well chosen, for W the audience was kept in an uproar during the ,M whole performance. H. C. ECKART, Mwnagm' 'EA vlilq ASSISTANTS KW 'Hi l ' ' 19115 A n Hi? ffl p.. gc" if' F Q . ilxl 1 1 l T 1 Q 1 J l 12,7 E1 M ll r. i 'f 1 V N P' Q UZ ii S as :fi fl' 9' ,M STEVENS NEEDLER CARLSON STEINWEDELL STORMONT 'fl ' Two llundrcd Eighty-fou.r ' H -ftzrff ffz. ..,. 5. is im-wr. 4 ---:mf . 2413 -feei 1, . 1 X '1 ', ,. . , .. .,,, 'F' W ffffiflr- -,.-:.Y, -:fil'L,,,.. f "vw A Y i ...Y ... .. ,.':f"T".2f"fTZT?jTi-jf'jjT""i'jT7Tj'-:Q Y 1-"""" , if ' 3' e ' V T' ,-Lfsf-f?f,,:T...,,- 3, :I Qi-YYWWXA f Tffiifsqwvvf - -"Will OTHE1922 ILLIOU :W KY! Wg li it Cul v t , rf? 551' y 4 uri Sa fi IR M NZ A ,ffl 1 C l P All 'J l' ' 59: rl 5 it ll Biano and Chandler won the individual -NS Il cup with a musical act. The violinists lxiil Q were humorous as well as clever. Eff gig Dvorak took second prize with a musical Q l act of many instruments. His piano play- gi QQ ing was especially good. 5-'Q do Cannon, Thompson and Collins gave a QD 5 1 double-piano and dancing act. It was 7 9 , . marked by Cannon's scarecrow dance. , . my Traut received a great applause when ,M - he demonstrated his musical talent. His K Xylophone solo was especially noteworthy. 351 Q9 Novak pleased the audience with a dem- Q3 si: onstration of the latest Frisco dance. 711 l Such a variety as this helped to make ' K A the Jubilee successful. lv! H li me 52.1 'I l' l 1 4 l I I . L , . v l 4 " '12 4 E: 12 ga I , ll' 'fall r 1 Qi ' it rf I he 'fd at 1 353' P.,1 il? 795 l Pi , mf IQ 1 su .1 . . W Two l1u'nd1'ed Eighty:-,five Q 135: N111--a---.e,N --,,. .-:S-f-T . v-+- l. it i,g3z,'.,.-. Q. f Iglif-"gA f.'-e- -13iir:1:gg':ri3,?z"'::sgg,rL 'ff f 75511 71 ,H 11,111,111 lliiifll VM? 113 1 ami L! l I Q2 l l A 1534 55? Q11 I iii 91 ,x is iii Q J E 11? 1- ti V21 11- ml? 55? 1, 5 1 .I lf, Rx 1I fb 121 ra 1131 1 3 W1 l Q11 AQ i P , ,- .Lffl 1 , Q23 .11 I!-:gg 11,.,. . -1 W fllfflfl 1 1 fi 1. 1-1.11 1,111 .1111, l 11': 11151 Milf ',"l.' V vv-- ---- -i----W -..-VMYT---... ., Ax ,,,. . ,.- , ,.., . , ,V X , , , ,vw V H 'dm l I 'l ff INV W .X 1 .J Lf Z la lg, 'I M JL' lu A-A iff' ' fe 1112 This operetta of Victor Herbert was the first pro- duction to be directed and supervised entirely by students of the university. The attempt was very successful for it proved to be the most popular play of the season. V DON ERB, Director JUSTINE PRITCHARD, Manager CAST OF CHARACTERS -4 r-:I4 L31 D l ffl? S25 fw- 1 'fill A li ff? :af fl 1 1 1 1 W In sr V4 I an lil' H4 Sylvia .....,.....,........,..,,.....,.....,..,.,....,........,..,.,.,,.,...........,... Ruth Coverdale Franz ..........,.....,........,.......,..,........,...,..,..,..,..,..,..,.........,...,.. Walter Tenney 6 Lieutenant Karl .,........ ................. J erry Machamer Vi Liane ...,....,...........,..,............ ...,.,..,, ...,,.,,.,....,...,.., K a thryn Baynes Dame Paula .,.,.........,..,.....,.........,..,....,............. Betty Baransfanger tif Mikel Mikeloviz .,.............................,.............,..... George Chandler Hon. Percy Algernon Slingsby ..,,..,..........,.,, M. C. Roeder FE' Petreus Van Trump ..,...............,..,..,.....,.,,...,..,.,.........,.... Chet Davis Aristide Caniche .....,,.,.......,,......,.,,.,,....,..,,.,..,,., Barney Krelstein 'ln Captain Lourent .......,..,...,....,.,....,,.,.....,..,.,.....,.... E. Brunnemeyer A Footman ................,........,.,..,..,.....,..,.,..,,....,......,.,.....,.., M. O. Naramore The Six Sisters ,.......,,....,... Hazel Fellers, Mary Parsons, I f Wanda Neiswanger, Ruth Phipps, Louise A Whitaker, Minnie Mae Schmidt. 1 H. C. ECKART, Stage Director CHRISTINE B. HYLAND, Stage Director is-,Q , Q, . - if P' - ,i 1--SP5 x ii ' nfl LW 1 , lil A iff' 1 8 ty 1 ." H- 5:3 1- ,Eg 11, n ,134 1' ' A aa F . . .A it . K ZlT?""f t . 1 11151 1 1., Two llumlrcd Ifiyhty-sin: YM 1- .V - --.---1-1 ---.,- '-- 1- -------M - 31:3-'gxffqijr' "g,,,,v,,.t'g ' V, V 'W ' ,,,, , Yr- -s"- 12-71: - - ' - A:::':':'iT". A. ' 'v . A.-5--f-f---l1'f,j . '-frT1lair-zf32xf,15,wa:.'wEa?3.S?qsg-.1ic-we -A 7 ",?3Y'm.i'SLifa -t'f:gfrf-in 70' iw 11. fI:.f.zff'i'-3Q57fIj-'- 'f ' '1-5' S591-fj ' f N ' 'f'31gw,Llz,? 1-nfzw-acafyr. A if - 'fir-:rs---A L+ -2 - 'iiifjff-'A 'J - 1 ne 1 V, , if-1 3' M4 iw? V' z 1 Q "LM t.: .. QW. M , XI-fi :AF IN 1 M 'Y 373 QL: 12 Eff ? mx BE fn 0 QB 5:7 ELK? ' x IX3 is 1 Gifs w ." 1-T' ' fffl Eff! U . . r. SA W. 1 3 Zig ra Ei? l Q1 'Z TPA ra ' lf K wif? v..w 1' ff nw K A- ,V N, .N.QM',v,,f Ny, ,,,...f- , N vu, ,M-V, M., ,,., V' X Mr'-A A1Ng'w: ' A, ww: if 5 i, , A: ' ' " fun ,ff . :r-,..':::-f.,,u.L- '. uw, - V, 5,l,,, L. " -1 , lf, 'J . -' + X 3, -n..f., AQ,,a. 'X fx L' gv, K MSWIWEETHEARTSW N5 ' if P CHORUS ISAlll'Il,l.lC NIMS ELLYN OLSEN NA'l'I.IN GATES I'IAlllIll'I'l' R0slcNm.UM W Bl-:'r'rY HUFF PAUL KAISICR MAIUAN WOOIIWARD Tran DAVIDSON EIINA 0Am:s Rox' Roos -'-' BAIIILARA GIIJKREATII GENE TAYl.m: El.1.A Fonsnmv Rosle Olfrusln' Glaoluzlc DmflaNlmnPEnD0n01'1IY BAUERMAN Surxm' WANz1m W11.1.A Rmn W. I.. GHNUNG Pnaucv MII,IES .IANAICH LUMPP MARVA PAGE HIGIJCN MICYIER ETIIICL LEWIS I'lcAm. HAND GnA1"r1aN CAss1nY Ponm' STI-ZVICNSON Ross COIIN H. H. WICl!S'FER Ii1c'r'rY Nl-:Hnmn 2: ?:Yf.i,1,' 'P Two Ihmdrcd Eighty-seven A '-MQW'-ffeif. A f f fp 1.-Sw ,, ' mf, I W V . H - , x-.,L,.. , .f-H - k,,1w fr., -',, ,mL,,,.x .,, I, .,.N-1, . , ,-,. .V Y 'x fl-'A' W' ' w' 1' . Ng U mi A fe wx., flkljh 432, U :VH ,1. MJ. - -f ,l'. v Mi: ZW! if ' 1+ f?Zi?'Q A 1'-gxgq W k aw 1.12.2 lf' ip Uf 1' N W WF? MB 'S A 2,25 Wg H5113 P M4 f gwffjs Nix' ,M-4 w-'KN A L 1 5315 sim I' H6295 F EWS: 5 Bti-sd t E like View M5 Wwe Wir i1 M A M' v. QM : 15?-,XA 1 W, M1 fiff-1' 3, :X 35.71, lif-:S N, . , m A" iw UQ ,A WIN. ff li' WX A3-RQ J ll 1 4 1 , W ,.,.I +A 1 Sfgffepg MOL 'run s'rAn counsr: Ig R . N . K A T g i I if ll :Q Si rl' I x ri ,I 1, Y Y 4 h is THE MANAGERS ' f PROGRAM OF THE SEASON if FRANCES ALDA, soprano of the Metropolitan Opera .... October 8, 1920 V' , . ALBERTO SALIR, Italian harpist ........... November 5, 1920 . . I X JACQUES THIBAUD, French violinist ...... . January 21, 1921 ,M A JOHN DRINKWATER, English dramatist and lecturer .... March 1, 1921 G5 ARTHUR SHATTUCK, American pianist ......... March 9, 1921 QD REINALD WERRENRETH, baritone of the Metropolitan Opera . . April 29, 1921 Q9 Dramatic Number-Shakesperian Plays ........ May 13, 1921 W Additional Number-"Carmen" ........... November 30, 1921 gl 1 K - f 1 THE STAR COURSE BOARD l T 5 Q 'I F L 4 7 l In L1 sf' if? gs vi lf' I r' ' r "1 r H ' Ig p 1:29 1:11 :ll 1 -gli 1 ' 'JV Q5 1 A R Two Hundred Eighty-eight Qi T T T 'y-f"""-1-zvv,5,g5.'.f-K"-" AA fx ' Ar T' O O ' ' :'55f-'ifgfflff361.gif-'ay'-f:--ff-'-'-7-fr -O QP "1-f"'e"'i'f-Pffee - - DTI-lE1922 uuoo .sis-dems-K. 4- A 'li ll? iw .E F I nnnarr: S' .wa 57 rx ,4 R I 1 1 1 Li il sg ' :fit N1 V4 y 4 3 ' l 1 V 1 ' X .. nl h U B' I J f 'N V N 9 R 5 :iii K f kll I 4 MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF ORATORY AND DEBATE ,af ir D. A. WOLFF C. H. WOOLBERT ES fu A President Faculty Representative is Q G. W. ENGLISH, Manager K J. H. BLISS A. A. ARNOLD G. E. TAYLOR A l 1 I 4 l J 'A A if lf? fi P, THE NORTHERN ORATORICAL LEAGUE :fi Great interest was shown last year in the f . tryouts for Illinois representative at the North- W rf ern Oratorical League contest. Out of a large w V number of candidates, D. A. Wolff was selected. F Mr. Wolff has also been successful in represent- K' 'Q mg Illinois in three varsity debates, one last E year and two this year. ll Ak Us rns qi H VAN ill y '1 Two Hundred Eighty-nine y , FN-'w Y ' - Y"',""'T' 1 ' 1 .- ' L- -. Q' "0" -iv fir- wo A .. ft, J. , J r l Y'-, "-f'T:4HTq iifr fir S" "ri S -- --. as ..f...,.l,- s ' LK A 1 ...A ': . !" if M- QTHQ 1922 ILUO 'Wi Q. - , T.jg,Q, xQ iff sf? if ii I p Q 513 5-1 DEBATE I5 E31 -V H. by t K Q i A I 'Z li. , , 222 u ' I V J W V V 1 Y l y 4 in i ss, s an ARNOLD, CHADWELL, WOLFF GILBERT, BRADSHNW, TAYLOR Q Negative against Minnesota Affirnzaiive against Iowa W VAN lah Resolved that the Japanese be excluded from the United States by an act of Congress. According to an agreement of representatives from each university, no decisions are to be made on conference debates. ' RY! W1 ! 4 as msn 5234 PTM n 4 l 1 I 1 5 i 3 S, 5.1 '--1 r- lxw lil l r W V X, AltNOLD,' WOLFF, WEINROTT GILBERT, CHADWELL, KEELE ' ' A,0"L'l"I'fLllt'L1J6 against Michigan Negative against Wisconsin gy '-i 'rl ss A iii . gg Resolved that the Umted States should recognize the Soviet government of Russia. it iff, l . Iwi? r N 45' Two Hundred Ninety A ls, gg e .1 ' ' ' ' Y Y N !,.7 ,L Y Y ,Y , ' 1 4 P 1 w 1 L4 N I 5 1 J i W 4 ' , w N . 1 W 1 W I 41 K-',, YL7,i'f 'Y 3,7 Y Y Y w , K v , f .f H If.: W V 1 "9Pl'!R img i6Q'2 ILUQQ R ik iw? CQMMANDANT ww .3 f 1 , x 5 r .Q gi ij? 532 PY Y' I 4 I 1 ,R V 1 4 Le U S: lg 1. 534 in Q MAJOR G. F. N. DAILEY " SVS KV? Sf - ' REGULAR ARMY OFFICERS ' R 5 E211 H r L 1 x- 1 L 3 V 1 PA Ei Eff? S' rw -f- r ' 1 N Y N A R R, qi Top Row-A'r1uNs, w1LuAMs, CAMP, MURPHY, HUTCHINSON, coNNon. 'E , Bottom Row-s'rowAn'r, P01-INSON Bunn rmumzv, XVHITESIDES, BENNETT, onow. W , ww fm Two Hundred Ninety-one P :ii 1 Sim 15 gg ILLIQQ ' ' lj U is li I In 5 I I 1 Q9 Q W S? W L1 . Cor.. R. G. TOLMAN- KS Student Colonel it I BRIGADE STAFF . I I ti ki 5' 3' B vi ,A F fs ME is ' -'- Two Hundred Ninety-two , , ' ' A X.-,F-if W ,,.,,,,, . 2'-X 'ff -mmf A T l V., A, .U , . w 1 . - -V..., . .,,......,---Y.- b X' A ., ,J 1 J . .1 -g - '-, I . If If , , . ,,,.,.,,.-,,,,,.,,,, , li W A .-w .,- v . M '1 1, H. --1 W Q15 msg 'HM WD Gai ,T4 .Ui Qu ,WA N, T F' T Ai 4 5? '54 T ' 55: It :ful W FIRST REGIMENT Ma , STAFF fs, I 1 , 1 , SS' if l,' ' I. A3 S24 ' A5555 fi? 565 'U U 5 I E7 U rm AAA , F Fi :gli y 'I Avi A 94 96 LT. Cor.. REED 'f Q MCKNIGHT R01-IE MILLIKEN QW, 45 'aff' gf? FIRST BATTALION 52254 ZX X5-A Q Q6 A l W CF Q' ,EA ze A EG A52 'A , iff? 1 ici gfikpf' M? if We bk? A 1 W' 1 WI A ,'-XV :pzfgig 'Eff MUS S 'mu A1519 'up lg Top R010-GEARIIARDT, WALLACE, muvm, SMITH. gm .5-Nm Second Row-sTmUmNc, numm, 1.uTz, Truvv, CLAUSEN, DOUGLAS. WW Bottom Row-MonGAN, ARMSTRONG, YICAGER, SMEJKAI., IIARLAN. WIN Two Ilnmrlrvrl Ninrrtlf-three V W MA ,T,.A,,..,,,-.,,. . , V , V i 1 V 2 " -w an N A Mc:-1.1: f. gi. f",Wx':2?E",Q'1f"' "Q 'uf i 77-KiT2l:,ll: 5:1 Yvvw :lf 'kA'A .?YiWQ fQfQfiTQ2?"C35f"'f' "'f""' """""'-"M-J' ' k'I",'f"A'2.f.i"-',1'f'T'?LQgf ' A'-.,Qf.QQQ,Q. QWLIL, 19 22 ILLIO-UW W7 nbnf-Y '--g A 54,57 A 1 Q va 1 I aj Qu? gg, SECOND BATTALION E53 fl rg . L gf 1 ' J Wg' gl ,gf -J L- ! QQ rf, "Ii T47 h 1 shi: f ww r fi I 4 Em nw 551 E11 Q5 U 4 MN Top If07l7----VVIN'l'llI'IR, nuclc, .mnNsoN, xcmc, nmmumN. rjgy Av. Bottom Icom-Mcuu.1,, x-ENN:-:1', Lumzvus, swrm., noumam. are 9 Q? Yi ' 'I THIRD BATTALION X J 55:3 :PJ - r CFU si LQ F: Vi 1 l K I L j 11 P M :ffl '6' mfg' PF' bb if' ww N :eff 5 V4 ii: -r'l' I 26 Q 232 W3 nz! -1' Top Rmv----cl.Ax'roN, 1mN1mY, VIOLICTTE. UB '41 Scmmd lfow-IIEIUENRICII, nosn, wmxsw-m, FORSLENV, noss, WUNDERLICII. 51,1 Bottom Row-Nrcuons, uA1m11c1,soN, YIGAl'I'R, wmu., KUMMLER, IIEIDEMAN. ,a mi Q U Wi 4 fig! Two Hundred Ninety-four usa MA , W A, -, -- Mm, . ..,, ., ,.,-,4.. .v-....- . 'll7f7I'7"fE7"ff " ..ff2'f"i iq--1-bfi"'-wvff' f"..vf52QQ Q' 'Q' "'A . "" ' " "" "" Q inf-45''5'f"gf'7jf'5?f V"M'f" X ' 4 Q 1 0:4 1313 1 1 I my fflfaw-avi? .Q.,,,.i":f-Sfafw' A F' ' 'S S -:QS V - I --wF-,f-- - - SLS o'I'I.1Q192'2 ILLIQO F ' 4 M6 , .H MRL 'f 4 MN Wg His as F154 'fa ,Ni M R I All LJ .4 M1 Vg 2 5 SECOND REGIMENT L 1 l T Y 15 E VAX W Eff Fifi QQ JL ,435 STAFF gg: if? LT. COL. Tonms 5713 FIRST BATTALION W ff?-x I , 'I F3 T gf K 3 Ii: lv? tl 2-1 2,1 F2 -5? BBN Q5 751 vii jg TM n Q fa xv' S lei 55 ii 5' Lyn W5 'Jw T rs F T029 Row --Vf nAnNlax.r., XVAGGENI'ZCI'I'1', TULLY, uonum, IKULOT, currrlss, NVIIITING. WN Uiklx BOHOIIL 1f0ll"' GRACUNAS, VAUGIIN, WVILIII-IMAN, R0'l'ICAMI'lL, WAIIITTINGTON, IIENLEY. Two Ilumired Ninety-five 'Xl 'i'iQ.', .TiiT"f'fi"fT3,A ---'- fb-7--f-1-fef-f-'-4 -. an S3 . ff-T'-1f5T'f'2f-if "" F""i?1'f2T1f'2f ,:11'1,"-Aeff-5 'T 14 SSFS x J 1 -. ,J Kidlili E522 ILLIQ -V N V-Fjfw ly gl f""""' " """""""""""""""x"""""'v 'lgvxify D I I I F -Hb--u- 4 -Awww-M l W vfiy 'W v 6 U71 lm F N W1 I Va' C' ' ms 11 kg, Vg Nz' fi' SECOND BATTALION gl .VI N .. V N Q ' Xi f A 1 N P 4 E' fy! lg! ll: PL. s ' N 1, N, P N U i 1 W' w I 4 h V:-1 EQ ' V 4 u 5 4 I 9 ' ' Top R010-CLAXTON, THOMPSON, SANDOLHIM, ANDERSON. ' f . N Second 120142--SCIINELLDACHER, ENGLISH, AYERS, FALKENBERG, RIDI-IR. A Bottom Row-SANDHOLM, nAnNE'r1', MORRISON, KRELSTEIN, uunmcu, 1vu'rc1mLr.. M iq if Q3 W1 THIRD BATTALION gi y L 1' y 2.2 E52 .aw .Qi ff.: YR 1 R5 l M. la 1 VZ? , , . MJ Lf' gb? S22 . 'qi T' 2211 Nm, ,V N IM QE 1 5, 4 A 'X E 'fgril ffl Top R010-IIERZOG, sn:wAm', slufvonn, Mlrclmnl., SNODDY, Fosmn. H3141 Bottom Row-GULLY, CATTON, LAGER, BARTLING, Fuzcxc. is lifjf, Tig 1 IL- 'f- ll. 6 V2 ilu , YW 'f'J,W1 T 1 ' ' ' W N .bww wo Iundwcd Nmcty-sw: 2 " f- I 1 51, -j si MKS 1- 'Xl , , ,,,.,.,.,,...,.,,,,..,,,,,,- ,-.-. .,.,,. ... ........-... .....,. -.-.-.- ,-.......,......--..........,......-..... ... .K .H .. , ,... -,..,..v..,,A, .,,..---...-.... -' 4 ' - - Tir'--Qs iezf-vi.-' ' cfzazfrf K ,-,V 2r2vff,,1 ' "1 "' ,X -" 1 1 -nag.,-1aaiiifff,1,'--newn.-A-Q1-'y,fj4f5 A , .aff ' - f v 1: 'n X RiT"""""h' 1' i'W'iW?,T.".1-.weiflii i fgi 1722 lu, l Nj V' Y V' 'I' A - Mx. -- H5 f Q":',"' Q5 ml' A Q 'W 'Ji Ji Ei? 4 ag fffl vga +-V i 3579 ' Z I A 1, I a A pw W WA 4 f Gm ' 'w 75 zz FL, iq '51, ki 1? .LR E55 as H M? ,EN YAY 55 ww qif Q , ii KW ICU Lfi M gg 5116 sly LT. COL. CROSBY Q13 rm . OFFICERS E551 ,QS m A q ' I Y Inf 1' 17 , .MJ 1 i W1 7 :au 9+-ti? B621 xx Wfvx 4 5 '24 lp 54 mg mfg Y'- .A,, ix LN, F w kg f-1 51.1 W QT 1.3.2 41 L 'lfvlvf T017 .ROIU-CARTLANIT, SEYMOUR, COTTINGIIAM, YRICICLANII, ARCIIHOLD. l BUIQODDL If0lU-GLICK, JUIUC, JENKINS, RASMUSSICN, GRIHS. 4 1 1 f" REM' Two Hundred Nf7lf'fll-SFIYFTI :AX VHJ1 gli, 1 XII., ,NA ' fx '- 11 'Ei-gg-c35x:, jf--'gmm1mgQy.QQQ-rm1fLfQig4iI-if-9253?-IQgggff-.ff-4S-vw . f'-4' -C'?l'ff'.!i7-.. 3 fwfr" , . Gt".'-'f'-,:f','Z1'2-'-4,Pd yftfiggn " M, -,-ga-Kff,gg,',Xe , iwf,v':f,f1g.," v. -5 ffyrc- . ..,4Q'XZJ 4 H ,LV .Xa f.',: lf,-g' W., f iii W". in r nz, v. 1 1 ,yy M1 1 Ui i if L55-VM Q1 wi Eli? W :LH FQ Fi S I Q3 M fy' 'il Q I EPI 4 I gli Shir' Q4 Qs: Z4 + f WM V25 my w :Zim 59? Y !5!lP.!u KZ Ei faifq 'T ' .A A 4: 4 'iff' Q49 My U WE, Puff ' 1 c 1 'iv W M pw 'AQ 54741 UD C22 HQ? 'QQ-il Ny: KW! - Q + 364 Top Row-wonrn, n.xNnAm,, 1mNNm-T. Ely Second ICUIU-PLANCK, MUI'Il.Llilk, 'rll.sl':Y, I-'luslil-:Y, runny. 21-' Rial Bottom R010-JOHNSON, lcvfms, nnowN, mow:-zs, 1-A1,Mlcn, umcmx. :gl P iff! V SIGNAL CORPS -'q ' TA N? gj Sig fs! Ig Zi . pl if: Fil I FJ! IRL , MJ M 'J 1 JY, p 4 EN. I1 V'-Q11 -:X 'r ' .4 P4 551 I I gif ,gig CEM , ' Gb' JJLYII Top RowMnuns'r, Kocoun, MAnQUAnn'r, nnoNsm. Ifslg, Bottom Rowvuol,sTON, AIKEN, MAYIIUE, uAMu,1,, nm:nMANN, uNm.m'. my 'QL Two Hundred Ninety-eight l 9 ' Ir A X--jim 731-:AQ-S,,v.-.R Y - 57 -if , ' A Q2 -inf , , -9-QLAAPYA-,,,,' iv,-'fffiff lv.-,-ffsii :IQ A Y' 'f"HF"'i:i4g?i'-:-T-+-M- ' 74' A' ' ei-"A2A'Ae":i3Tu'-yy,--v-'-'hgzvfg , A,f YC Lefiiekfsm, 1 Qffmwxee PL' DTI-121922 ILLIOO W W .E .E oRPs gf? A Fl: ENGINEER C mi v' -H+ Ig Sn Q ll .Vi K 4 1 f' R I A 1 i 3 V2 I 12 52 ri E 11 Y I r w 4 In M9 QM ' ' , Top R010-DIOTTAR, cmnnls, .1onNsoN, com. - af , l Sevpnd RDIU-IQUSTNHR, IIICDGECOCK, TOIEIN, ENYART, VAUPEL. , 1 Thwd Ro1u-ul-zclcmz wA'r'rs, nANG1uaMoNn, RYFRSON IKRUNKOVV Km'N7 BOHODL H010--DOBBINS, DEAN, MEIIGR, SOULE, IIIGIYON, STOI I . .i COMPETITIVE AWARDS . ., . . K X W I I F... -, ,. E I E 56 U 5:1 P A UNIVERSITY GOLD MEDAL I ' LLEUTENANT J. SOULE 1 g A L lf! HAZELTON MEDAL "1 sol sou -H1 ' PRIVATE J. R. MCNEILL F-' nw rg w ,Q K. U Y' , Q . . . . Q9 Presldent Kmley and Magor Dalley Q9 I Q present medals. Two Hundred Ninety-nina r 1 , 2 ' 'ij' fi 1 -Q'-' Vw -' f - ' H W A 4-2 -4117 - -'?i"'a.m-ii"QTii"'i+''2f'f"f-'Tf:'w-vflfff QTQQEQQQ ILUOQ, ' 'P 52 n 4 n a -fs! E13 vw Ig ' S1 H Y 5 K P xi In 1 FY fi ,1 5. 9? f CS Q Q W -iii I' l if g- an si fa ff V w 3 5 1 M ' Three Hundred . - 5 was 4 Y A 7 A 'm"""""""1"""""""""'L""""f'f""'f'-ff1M+'---v-vwwrfs if--:Sim wi-2 Ji5,3'G4lwf- iw-,wiai -fi.-Qi Llfwi-mv sf -uh,Ifiiif-L.4i':3:4L15fi5i.1f-'31E.zf5:j:vX' 1 4. I 1 . 1 1 4 I ' . u JT" -- V' 1' -H-- -- - - ,. .. . . -. .. ,,, N , ,. , . 1 -' V' -- ' 1 , 1 1-f pf v ' :I ,, ,, -. 1 , X 5, ,. 1 1, mf ,M ,N . S ,fu tl g 14 I if 1. H ' 1? ,. . Y, . z 1 . ,. ., , ' " ' 'Y 'f 124: .'.... ,J ann. ,. A rf ,, if , , . , - .1 ..--"' ":L'g C 1,-'K - - ,.... v jx' . .1 " " f A51 ' , . - "H: ' ' V1 A ,1 L ' ' nur' ' A' :rf ll, A, 1 . ,gy .' .,1 J ,, L. 'E V, : , 1 Iililoo '7'4 Ei' .H A J 1' l F - ll Q I r ,.U E . :aff ny 4 .- W ' + if V - if f 2-gn. , 5 l n v - ' " ,A. .Q all M323 pm M5 ,Mfr , V LIZ , , ' K , Q thx ! 4' in E' fe' 5 7' ii 9? fy ' "' it Q43 I fix ll E' -ff? GEoRGE I-IUFF gi ll' Director of cv4tbletic5 'lr ' r To "G" Hufli more than any other person, is due ' the Athletic record that Illinois has established. F5 'Z li :Ai Qi , 'Y Three Hundred Ona ,' , QQ 22 I LLIQQ Arlifiivxf . ff2'Z4?3'g"'3QliN0"'TTf' if .su A :W P U ' I , ll " BQi vi gg '1 'ff fs as F-1 ,Q Q? W , w V, gi U YA k 1 Ii , EJ H Wi , LQ? Y Q 'E , 1, yi X. 1 A K - ,U ry e 1 :fa QE if W qi E Three Hundred Two ,r V A sl? ' I " "-'Q -Y 1 " AY' Y ' H 'I A3"'ALTk1!'t.15'aQ-h"""'-qv-' Y' ' ...af-QN1"',.. . - .""!. SL! QTHQ IQQQ ILLIOO .CliW13'-x. - . .- .9,..fmIitx!1K .E EE B B ll Q19 125 2? E1 .SZ S as 5' M . K I A R A . 1 L4 if S2 S4 ff: 4 - F 1 I l 1 v w 4 h E2 BT I H Ziff' E23 as A as H 'rim TRIBE OF ELLEN! H ' ' Founded at the University of Illinois 191.4 ' gb A MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 83 G. HUFF ZUPPKE C. L. LUNDGREN gg H. GILL MANLEY D. M. BULLOCK Q J. WINTERS ' 'L Football ' ' K 1 J. C. DEPLER W. WALQUIST V. W. MIDDLETON W h , W. K. KOPP C. EMS H. L. HUGHES , , R. E. FLETCHER C. SMITH H. O. REITSCH g H R. H. FLETCHER F. CRANGLE N. B. SMITH N W C. R. CARNEY W. REICHLE D. C. PEDEN W X42 A. T. MOHR ,C. LARIMER R. F. DOEPEL M. M. OLANDER W. SABO R. W. LINDEN ELS ' HELLSTROM iii Sa Baseball A H JXOHNSON BIZQISSINGER IXICCCURDY I' . . RRASMTTH . EE . . OPP ' P. W. KAISER W. F. CRANGLE ' 1 1 Track I 1 1 J. S. PRESCOTT H. ZIMMERMAN F. N. NAUGHTON I , DP BSTOWN W. gi CQIERBEE 51. OSBORNE L1 . . OUNT . 1ELns . . WHARTON 5? G. R. CASKEY C. ALLMAN S. H. WALLACE .4 W. W. BROWN H. DONOHOE H. N. YATES yr Hy J. N. WE1ss EUCEITANAN, JR. C. CARROLL ifl A . OWARD Basketball i N ' A C- W- VAIL W. WALQUIST J. E. MEE Y C. R. CARNEY S. v . PAUL TAYLOR C' 1 7,U'l'Wl.'i7l,'l'l'lg , Q W. E. BEEBE IISALKENBERG W. MALKMUS is ENNETT ry pm Tennis G. PREUCIL STRAWBRIDGE L. C. BROWN BIG Gym Team F5 Q2 A. W. ZIEGLER I R, G, TOLMAN QD Wrestling i ' . . C. F. CHOU C. EMS H. B. HOFFMAN . . W V- A- FLOSTROM P. H. ESSLINGER 'L' Three Hundred Three Cin img 15 242 ILLlO V 3 1' , V I X :M W Aff' - 1 I nh X..:, , S . if Ig , va W rx ,4 K. , fi W VI R1 5 ,B Y S f' RY! W uw ii T W If 11, if S? + Y X If l M 3 A -fl l B Els L'A F! if ill? 'Ii VAS fb at Three Hundred Four , , DEP I x A v 1 E Q. N fl rs ,S r .w rrfrigi. '.-l1"li"IQ.,.ff,'f1,,..Q. gf'-1f:.:f5 i-F1135-T1-...-,-fvif-.---G f E e - W T., .. .-.W ., . . .. . ' V -W 5,11--.f9'1-Effllfbfff ijt -A .gf-Vg W 'W"e"""'5"""e M Axhf. lvlff If 1:25 5 M 'iii' .5132 ,534 VARSITY FQQTBALL 555, Ei F21 ga in .1 ,HQ 1 9 522 we 055 Piggy' 1 X A R5 92 db W 4 rf 9 ' Lx E .. EE if UQ Top If0lUA'MIDDLET0N, LINDEN, smxo, KOIILEIE lruanagm-J. 8:53 Second Row-uuclms, LARIMER, REITSCII, DOICPHL, n. u. EL.E1'cuEu. Q52 5:3 Third Rowh-WALQUIST, IIELLSTROM, CRANGLIC, CARNEY, I-EDEN, n. 1f1.ETcuE1z. PTH Bottom Row--zU1'r'KE Cooachl, EMS, smrm, nEvLEn, Mmm, o1.ANm-Jn, 1sU1.1.ocxc Qtrainery. ..f-4 'R KH 'H pg L OFFICERS I ROBERT ZUPPKE, Coach JOHN C. DEPLER, Captain W .IUSTA LINDGREN, Assistant Coach L. W. WALQUIST, Captain-elect Q1 FJ C. E. KOHLER, Manager D. M. B'ULLOCK, Trainer V93 5- if 51? W Mi PERSONNEL rw 4 4' C. R. CARNEY, End L. W. WALQUIST, Left Half Back M. M. OLANDER, Zack? R. W. LINDEN, End RQ ,Mt A. W. T. MOHR, um' H. L. HUGHES, ruard . Lg J. C. DEPLER, Center H. 0. RIETSCH, Center EQ! S. R. SMITH, Guard V. W. MIDDLETON, Guard ,ilu E. N. HELLSTROM, End R. F. DOEPEL, End "rj R. E. FLETCHER, Right Half Back D. C. PEDEN, Right Half Back '-.gl r. A . 5, 1 ,jAl"' W. F. CRANGLE, Full Back A F. C. LARIMER, Rzght Half Back gf, ch R. H. FLETCHER, QW-na' Baal. J. P. SABO, Rf.1g1aHazf 12001. .HJ CLARENCE EMS, Tackle JN ei. 2 -' Hg, M .. 54h W! J. Three Hundred Five :aww-xv .:.l'w.' 1 'z' f ' -. ' ,w.V'i.'l.'n4'- 9 C1-nib' 1 4 - ,ng Nm g ' - V w . -ff u.-.,1.,xX,-.V , W - -V ..,-MF, --1... x . I 4 X . ,fu 1.1 --r.N-- , ,M , ..,,. ....4... . f E.--gf-..v-Au. fi. .V Y . .A ,Ml i l A X f N. C -.3 vf ' r 'O 7 7 s ' A We .Y-V.--A -fy - J, ,..4.,4Qww...,,,.- , - . . D14 oTl,LLl 1922 ILL10 0,939+ - , i..aa.iQ1Qy ml .E SUMMARY OF TI-IE FOOTBALL SEASON '9 lr If the 1919 team was the ' 5 gamest that ever wore the E ki, Orange and Blue, then the y-I Ah 1920 eleven suffered the F greatest from bad breaks, 1 ' va both in regard to injuries ,4 R and to happenings on the , I gridiron during the gagifise Every contest was a g ig and the last few battles of :sg the season were not settled ,Q fag until the dying seconds of 31 'h 1 play. Ohio State, in the V' , ' championship game, secured ' revenge for the last leiglht l l I secon s of the 1919 tit, y 1 v . Q scoring the only touchdown A fx -""' ' of thg fray in time gastltwo . B K , t e resu t o a ong .. V ' Igirvglaid pass. 'I ES .' Coach Zuppke was set for -p gg ' " a comeback andh a Confeir- FQ ence champions ip in t e HQ W ZUPPKE, Coach filnal game with Ohio but tilile K M Q c ances were practica y OIILER, U-'fl-ll90'f' - wrecked when Captain Depler was injured during practice and "Chuck" Carney was . my forced out with a dislocated knee, compelling the substitution of two inexperienced men, ,M both of whom, however, performed creditably. Even so Illinois outfought. the Scarlet ya and Gray and on one occasion shoved the ball over for a touchdown which was not ,N Q9 allowed by the referee. The victory forward pass would have ordinarily been blocked 9 P1 had Captain-elect Walquist not tripped and fallen in reaching to intercept the ball. K If It was olne of the geatest glames evetr witnessed on Illinoig field. Interest was so KU intense t at thousan s of app ications or seats were returne . .. lt gg FOOTBALL SCORES 1920 Q L41 za Drake ............,..............,..... o Illinois ........................ 41 q Iowa .,...,....,..... ......... 3 Illinois ........................ 20 Q Michigan ........., ......... 6 Illinois .,........ ........ 7 P Minnesota .....,.....,..,..,... 7 Illinois ........................ 17 ' 1 Wisconsin .........,........... 14 Illinois ........................ ' 9 1 l ohio ........,..,.,........ ..,,..... 7 Illinois, .....,.,. ,,...... 0 . y l I ' ' 1 .1 L, 597 CONFERENCE STANDING 52 ig Won Lost Pct. El , Ohio ....,...........,..... ..........,..... 5 0 .1000 ' V Wisconsin .........,.. ....,....., 4 1 .800 w rf Indiana ............. .......... , 3 1 .750 '-1 ,A Illinois .,......,.,., ....,...,.. 4 2 .666 K. Vg Iowa ....................... ........... 3 2 .600 lj S Michigan ..............,... .......... 2 2 .500 Z1 Northwestern ........................ 2 3 .400 as DEPLER, Captain Chicago ...,...,....,.......,. .,..,...,.. 2 4 .333 E L 1 "Der," was the bulwark of Purdue ................. ............ 0 4 ' l Q the whole line. Minnesota ........... ............ 0 6 .000 ' I Three Hundred Sin: 'Ai 'H ' w ill f v V 7 - 'Y . -Ei ,- JA 5 ' 'fFq 1eTX9 a ,J,,,. efW: asnQP1 1 ,.1,,.f..a.s,,.....,.Q , 1: ,s'!,,.r- ' W' A I, Ah" A 'Y V 'avr V J' -"Q-"":ff1-'Siii'iyQ""v-Y "'- - W+'f"'X1 Aef'W'Nwf- - -We he HTML 1922 uuow Wi? -in lin iw SE SE e e mm 53 Sm! in ri S1 fi 5? k I i 5 , I I ll iff R4 n ! if i Y f 1' l Q r x 4 le k Ralph F1etcher's eflicient toe chalks up three points against Iowa in the first con- i ' ' ference game of the season. ' ' Ml gig E5 65 W W1 ,E EE O E14 P I 4 I il EW fr P' ,fl 9' 'Q ' C. R. CARNEY K. .4 L- W- WALQUIS1' All-American Emi R. E. FLETCHER R, '-1 . - - i C t - 1 t f t Umversally considered the , . V N "Iig,,ui'i2'Fsi?aSog1TLi3,Ji1yYi-ai' best left end in the coun- RalDh'S fi1'1VQ both 111 his PM sponsible for the 24 points try: UChuCk'S" Part Of toe ami m hls legs were Li' QE that Illinois scored on his the H,Wa1QUiSt to Cilrneyu regponslble for 44 Pomts Zu? g 1 passes, combination was invalua- HHS Year- I ' ble to the Orange and Blue. ' N K Three Ihmrlrcd Seven 'Al Zig! 5EZ 3'E-94" .LL-rxbxiiw ' . ...mg iajgg mjgg ga...fwf.-xv:-1-:'g lvl lvl .. F rl: 53 fi E . . 4... 31 .w 5? rs A K l A I ' I 1 l 1 A is 52 gag li 1 ff P V 'ul 4 bl f 1 l H Y X 4 In '55 E1 I f f isis' if M as Q One of the hardest games of the season was at Ann Arbor. It took all the team H had to win. This picture shows "Al" Mohr in his favorite position ready to down the ' ' ' receiver of a kick. ' ' VM 'll il QD . e. Ti it Y V ix 1, K. I CLARENCE EMS Zi gg R. H. FLETCHER C arence is best known by he iii H N H the statement "keep them A' W' T-,MOHR pri Zup called Bob, Na- arms down by them sides, "Al's" long suit was get- 65 Q2 poleon." they ain't gon'na do yuh ting through the lille and Q9 ng good up there." down on kicks in a hurry. ' V ' r l Thrcf' I I undrcd E ight vii . 'fi IE ,LF 1. by 1 v.-, 'J I .xx Q. ,Q 1 Ve, Digg 1622 HMO., . l diy W1 ml .E Sl? ' "aa ' aw ,Q ,. in .L 'V fl WG . Q ' dl P ' 5213 gin r Y 4 I l I l r ' x 4 li "::fw Ei l ES QD Here we see Captain-elect Walquist doing all he could to make the score more E than 3 to 0 1n the Chlcago game. Q k Z ' ffl rg ff! all ,fr-. 91, Q Ea? '.'.' Qu ll? , , inf! HP F 4 glfd gm, iii! S34 1 W 'lf' .K Wg, nl lllfl as af! LZLJ LQ -'03 522 -'-1 1 l . 33' 4, 2 J Llffl 1 lay il if 'ng W. F. CRANGLE F. C. LARIMER V ' M. M. O '- The fact that he was LANDER "Cris" was injured early always good for three In "Milt" we see the man in the year but "Zup" al- iii' ggi yards got "Jack" the call who was known all over ways considered hlm a '-ug QE to many a mythical the conference as the valuable man in case of qi eleven. "masked marvel." necessity. 31,1-1 ll 5.9.1, Three Ilumlrcd Nine ll J' ...,.. ,,,, . nfl- - -. -.,,,. 1 -.v .- r , , .Q-Y .- su, A ,f . 5 4 ' xi - -1 s I I 1 4 3513912529 ILLIOQ Ss! 55 , . 9 ,Q fi h px IA g A ,XI l p 1 1 l A A 29: 3' " V i Y V . 1 P N i I - 1 X l r 1 Y 4 In P112 ' W After looking at this picture it is not hard to see why "Chuck" received the W 5 U greatest of all football honors this year. This was a rather usual occurrence in the , . the Minnesota game. - - ZS tl A N4 'A . . 'V if S' R' SMITH E N HELLSTROM D. C- PEDEN ' Th "S d H v . Q 331 "Smithie" under t h e mai, shxeg 3:5 ugcaggy HDOP, was b e S t 0 n -'9 - u rv . . stral ht line lunges and UA n A guidance of Zup turned b 1 t t t th h 3 P , 1 QF out to be a steady con, a 1 I Y 0 ge mug an was on most occasions ff QD Sistent player ' open field and was no good for about 8 yards. Q q 1 - mean kicker. Q Q 'LN Three Hundred Ten , I ' r 1 1 c ' f h V A' Int f 'f'Q""5'w 'H W 7 ex Avi l l P'-A il- RR'!"7" ""7' ' sefvwwibi. - . .12 oTll1Q,1QQQ Hugs .divib-X. . - ... .asf-g Qi? ll ll .E SE E13 Sd Ig y S1 fi 55 M A K l A L ll ll S2 kg ff 5' 1 l I l kt? i W In tlfe Wisconsin game Illinois would have been scoreless had not Ralph Fletcher's W 5 ' foot been in good working order as is shown in this picture. This was one thing the 7 1 . - Wisconsin team could not stop. , . fl? W RE H11 fail F4 I 1 Ll 52 r. IH A w Y ' M K '1 'N R. W. LINDEN H. L. HUGHES J. P. SABO K- fig L i n d e n comes from "Hank" had only one "Johnny" was always El yas "Zup's" old town and game in which to show his ready to fill the half po- ,.4 ggi brought with him an wares, but in the game he Sitign in case of any in- pg QF ability to hold the left played a brand of football jury, eh ,Q w 1 n g down whenever that blended well in QM 1 necessary. "Zup's" machine. i ' IAN lp I -' Three Hundred Eleven V- ' H:--W --H W ' - V . 5 jf V -iL,s-,.,Y". '-'srsgggis-7. f-' 'ffl eE3.4f,sssas,.-,f.:.'2?:f.f.f1f1f1,f1'-.f.itm"QQ"3'Pf".s- . 5,.a'el612aQ.':Q2-,..:ez:e,wnssse-.--ff.2:m9,...4e.w.SEQ, i QTQQ 1Q QQ ILUQQS i 'ii F il i I I M3 l EH IP3 S1 .fi ?. 'X A t A v l i 3.3 lst Z2 225: W V1 I A 1 I l v w 4 ' In bn? At no time durlng the Ohlo game was elther goal safe. This picture shows ,ul E21 Ralph Fletcher in what proved a vain attempt to get around the left end. The team LMS work that was displayed all during the season is easily seen here in his interference. as le a ' v H if lt lil I l gi ill E35 E "l A 1 L I L 1 ' l ,Zi EW 162 ul' f l 7 W V H o R X' . . IETSCH Ig "Jack" Watson said of V' W' MIDDLETON R- F- DOEPEL rg gggrrzgycigs cami fgglirgo? "Mit" came all the way When "Chuck" had done to a first class C516 e een- from Texas to play foot- his best for Illinois "Bob" EIS, ter in the Ohio gauges, If ball for the Orange and was there to give all that wb you don't believe this, ask Blue' V was m hlm' " ' QQ Q 1 Nemeck. ' Q N r x W Tlwcc 1f'lt7ld7'6d Twelve gg IA! 5 v , . . - ff-"" ".',j',T5'-v 1 a v 1'-j rg ' ,,-..1'1.f'-1--'r- fm-f' ".. - rv . V - fr r , A , Y Q ft 'E r. -rs dffs lnamxasasrf -.s fines.. v l- QJOI-INNY F f .V ,'?L5i,,,9.Kk.1...'v,. Q.-.-, ,v v ' Y - ' .1 ' '- Q, . 4 - .L 'iv ..-GE.. L A A QD.tw3gqEw...hn9. .. . PM oTI,.1L1QQQ ILLIQ.. .... I 'iaeffvsw--1.03 ' M Sig III 5. BE VARSITY TRACK p.4 1 fi 3' .H . N f' x 1 , 1 I2 A f 595 91 1 I 4 R, I 7 I I I W r A ' 4 le -:aw 'M 'Ari W I. A iii? f H" NA UE 14' Q3 X43 542 A QI Qi? TZ' ' ', W SI , 4 Tam Row-Morm fmanagez-J, CILI. icoachy, I-IULL, CANNON, sCIII.API-mzzl, IIREIIE, HURT, nuI.I.ocIc ftrainerl. QD S6Q01ld R010-NAGLE, BUCHANAN, E. D. BROWN, DUSENISERRY, CASKEY, OSBORNE, NAUGIITON. M x 4 Thrrd Row-YA'ms, ALLMAN, IIONOIIOE, WVEISS, VV.WV.1!ROXVN, IIOXVARD, XVHARTON, OVERIIRE. Vg BOHODL R010-PRlCSCOT'l', IHCNNETT, SPINV, FMERY fcaptllinl , XVILSON, SCIIUII, XVALLACE. Fa' 12,33 OFFICERS H HARRY L. GILL J. S. MOHR K. E. WILLIAMSON ROBERT S. EMERY T Coach, Manager Manages'-Elect Captain 4 - I l JOHN S. PRESCOTT I J E! Captain-Elect , 1 ' I. ,.-5 PERSONNEL gs QF R. S. EMERY W. L. KENNY Q.-5' '1 J. S. PRESCOTT G. BUCHANAN , 1 NY SPINK EALLACE f E. D'. , TI C.'H1?XARD I rf K. L. WILSON W. C. CANNON S1 B. BENNETT F. H. SCHLAPPRIZZI , YXVEISS EREDE Q7 . I . . LLMAN . .- URT ' I H. N. YATES P. I. NAGLE Q Egg P. B. DUSENBERRY .G. CASKEY , Eu' R. S. WHARTON W. W. BROWN .gg QE H. S. OSBORNE W. B. OVERBEE QM 1 F. N. NAUGHTON P. H. DONOHOE H Three Humlrrd Thirteen I '1 ' ' Zgizsavvs V 7191524 .-.1-QL lg ggi mio iasawralsarzzzfr-saw X gi TRACK SEASON 1920 :IE Q, E When Captain "Bob" Emery broke the tape in the H last lap of the mile relay at Ann Arbor on the fifth of Si h June, 1920, he closed one, if not the most, successful track ' seasons that an Illinois team has ever had. Coach Gill ' X was wonderfully blessed with men, both old and new, that A A could step around a track in record-breaking time. The 1 A men who made the season such a success in the way of I , performance were Captain ' rf Emery, Spink, Bennett, and Iii pgs Wilson. Never before have bg 'lg such ai ialaxyi ofostars perd ga 1 forme or t e range an 'I I mi? k f h 1 d ' etaingo te noor , ' Conference Championship 1 1 r from the much talked-of "' 4 Michigan team, led by the I v greatest track athlete of the H lug West, Carl Jghnslomcwai a L, feat that ma e t e on er- .4 eiice tleams I-take mzgilnotice ,Q o w at arry i was fa Q9 silently doing. The meet QM I with California was a sur- V' 1 - prise to boih teams, but lthe . . Bruin trac sters new t at Q3 Cq',2:Lh they had htieen t-Lap agairlst W1iZ':L'::E'2N gg pq some mig y s 1 compe 1- - tion when they came out on top. For the first time in history Illinois placed in all the races entered in the Drake Relays. The two-mile team, as in 1914, showed itself to be the best in America. To " i f be beaten by the Oxford-Cambridge team is nothing to be ashamed of. In the first QU - - meet between the men of Gill and those of "Steve" Farrell, the Illinois men came out . . 'Q with a heavy lead. The Michigan backers had the consolation that if Johnson had gp been in, the story might have been different, though the lead of forty-two points is big rather heavy. I Even if there were some stars on the team, the credit for the good work done goes V' to the whole squad, for stars never affect an "1 H entire season play. Illinois can always be all H I sure of a well-balanced team as long as Coach A pl uf I Gill stays at the head of track athletics, and P 5 r .jf ' The efforts of this one man are responsible , for the long series of Illinois track victories A ,, more than any other factor. The summary of the track season would 1 J not be complete if mention was not made that L Emery. Bennett, and Wilson were on the gg! Olympic team. Bennett placed third in the PF Hammer Throw against the best men in the ,H world. Emery and Wilson, although not placing at Antwerp showed up the other men of their events in the meets at Paris, London, Stockholm, and Christiana. X' Illinois lost the only dual meet of the season Q' S against Wisconsin at Madison. The Orange and Blue athletes were beginning to feel the - R, S. EMERY effects of the gruelling campaign and un- 'F - rr rr expected erformances on the art of the ' 5 Q9 As captain, Bob was the best P P Q9 an pgint winne? .ondthe team as well as Badger tracksters gave Wisconsin a narrow I l , , every ones rlen . victory. , Y N I X Three Hundred Fourteen A VL! r 1 .-.,ar'Q:,..4s-'?1w5-,f Yer:az a:',a. 4.1659 .5 A' v "v-""" ' 1:17-"' ' 1 ' Y 'A A '--- I - w-v--qw v ' L A' ,1 .l ' 1 ' ' ' QQtv.v91"w'.c.', "fl, ILL? QTHQ 1Q2Q ILLIQQ fl' . -,T3'2?'5'?LXsISs62Q 513 5:5 IZ l Sl .w n y l 1 y F. N L- ..' - . - l 4 I , 1 1 . A A I A 1 i - L l ll 1 Pl fi I 1 ,l l. 4 In U U l 1 7 I 6 it i 'iii 'F 5 VAN . . 'M . . Illinois two mile relay team proved itself the best ln the country and was defeated l l F4 only by the famous Oxford-Cambridge combination. This picture shows the start of F1 gg this race with Illinois off in the lead at the pole. l f ill I 4 fa? '25 4 P 1 l f "Johnny" as Captain-elect has a big job 1 to fill the shoes of "Bob," but if he con- I tinues to show as well in the future, he 1 , will go a long way to do it. L1 1 ff "Phil" staged one of the greatest come- Q backs in the history of track at Illinois ,f N and proved Coach Gill's statement that l he was the greatest half miler we ever r L X had. W X- w 1 A , K . Ig n B 6 , N , M 9 l :fa gb: J. S. PRESCOTT P. M. SPINK :AN rp A Three Hundred Fifteen , r 1 ' 1 I i 1 ' ' "M ' i . . - - - - . T. F - i 7- -3-l 1' -7 - Q -iu .H :E -LA . . . 1 r T 5fD3lw,s:ue-s-,g.'afme14efsviss'y- iinLmJ2.f:,2lQPQE-.ff'a Q3iG3.'67 mms.,h.,f.2':R.-44a.ws.G17Q Ff -Tiff?-'xiaijiziaefff-4 e r f e c - , ,,' 4, , . QTHQ IQQQ Hugo nd Z6'.Di5QmmQ ,iygyl , ' W iii li l pg V4 I L 1 .Vi I 'X A K A I if E1 ew fi 1 1 V 1 , 1 1 nl In U Es' I 1 f I ES fi E I The one thing that made other conference teams look poor was the way Illinois' 1 in trio of half milers, Spink, Brown and Schuh used to finish in this fashion. n f 5 v 1 S0 H , ' li'-5 , . , f-'i Qui- V' ,' ' " -1 ti -e e ' s bi 2' , id '1 fi . r ' l L N .. ' l 1 f ' I ' 7 ' I L I if 1 ' '9 ' 1 I-4 1 be ef. 49? ' Yi '1 5 'V P' i t if f A w :H K. 4 P. H. DONOHOE C, R, SCIIUH E. D. BROWN This was "Phil's" first "Cha?1ie" had the most To "Dave" goes the honor gi year on the team and as Peculiar, Strlde of any of breakingtheindoorcon- EF a running mate for Bob 1'uTm,e1' m the conference, ference record in the half 195 QD in the quarter he played bllt It had 3 Way of get' and establishing one that Gb 1 an important part. fvmg him OVC? 880 Yards will last for some time. I ' I ' in remarkable time. , , Three Hundred Sixteen lb r 'w V 1 as:f:egiisKCf9i25.f?'iceBie:aaaaesE!-,'zQb:x.12.Qaa1G1TQ N . 1Q.yp1Ws'T'f"'fs1"2'I"4.gq,,"uf'frI, Yn T ' l .. ,'l' ."'s"'K':"'l" i """" ' . s?.,.. - . :Ls oTHE1Q2Q ILLIQQ JH, , - , .- .?....f"-fetal .E ,E gm ..... ..,,,.... gm Vp l, r 'La . , . rd 1 ' m N A A Gi l 9 .VI . N W ,4 .K , I I I if i h if w l Y 1 1 ' i 4 L e l I 4 I 6 'iii in y Zll Zi We can see from this picture that the half-milers were not the only men on the Q team that could win events. "Bob" was only beaten in the quarter once during the year. Q ...T I . Q fm. , I , Q df" , 'twink-A 9 ' f 1 A ' ll 0 l ,f O P4 lk' . ...ie it L+' 7 i' Q N1 1 . o.Q- xl " I f P 5 . , , ' 'f ' . W 4 1 M - , ' .. f 1 3 f .V K H f -' ', I 4 i ,J H I", ' Y -- t lg' Le? 1 r y ci -'1 . , . P X' t 'f Y r ' ' ig . E . ' D , df ' 5 S K. L. WILSON ,A ' ' i Q "Tug" and his javelin J. N. WEIss B. BENNETT F were a combination that Weiss was the third of Bennett was another fam- ,EIR Q5 brought home a large the trio of men that could ous come-backer and after Q5 I number of points during be counted on for points helping win the confer- ll ' ' his career on the track at all times. ence for Illinois he journ- , team. eyed to Antwerp. YM IAN Three Hundred Seventeen I r '1 - ' 1 T- w v-3-2 Q-v v- - W f .f I '- il- -K ? s rrvwjp-X .siiin-i's3Jf?lwE-r ?'iQSieeJ'.'mirs.?. JTQQ 5622 ILL1Qo Ei S' .w 9. rc A A I A I +1 ll A ks S395 34 'T V n . I I 1 l l 1 L , 4 In c WF H as av lil ll Not to brag, but this shows Otis of Chicago winning one of the two firsts that QQ Chicago won in the dual meet last spring. Yates is doing his best but he had the M "' consolation of winning his event at the conference two weeks later. x 1 WI V1 P "Johnny's" favorite distance was five miles in the fall and two in the spring, 1 and he made good time in both. When a man wins the mile in the In- door and Outdoor conferences in one year, there is not much more to say as to his ability. Yates is such a man. Y N 5 5 31 lg! '. ,f lgla 6 1 ' X gb: J. AC. ALLMAN H. N. Ymrss Q i ' k Q VN Three Hundred Eighteen 111 'A' Jmgiijgg ILLIQQ ll 'F als FH N . ii 1 .+ If v i I V . 4 i l D 1 I D 1 al Again the trio of half-milers, but this time at the start of their grind, and in Q9 Berkley, and sorry to say, a view of the finish would not be so good from the Illinois 69 E4 viewpoint. nf ii? e if "Dusie" was a new man on the team but in the mile and two mile showed that he was of varsity material. "Rus" had a habit of running two miles in mighty close to record time. Great things are expected of him in the future. W N N ,ll 3 ' li? BF 155 Y P. B. DUSENBERRY R. S. WHARTON W Three Hundred Nineteen 'Ai r 1' 'i ' 4, T v -Q ' I .,, v 7, ' , 1 , - :'v -I - - vi .f 1 5 Y in - ' T IN ga. ,,, QS . ,..r , -, f aa. t . - wmfizezzeifft m1s.,..,...qS:f:':,. - ,M .659 A' " " - - Ax' Y 'A' A " W' A X -e--"1 -'- .121 5 -5" Aff - -i4-iffffjff-T-'T - , 4 1 .4 4 'S ' ' ' Qiwv-vffxw? 'K :Lf QT1,1g19gQ Hugo ri'T . -,:1'3':?: iQ .. ii el? FE? L53 S1 Q P .H , K A R I A rj: I 4 QS A sal .24 ' r u I I P i l , I 1 , v i nl in U E! l qs rc ' - qi H e H Y'fi'?12.. 1 ,- r i f l , I ' ' ,-,L When. thelteam got to Berkley Mr. AGi1l wanted to be sure of all the points -. .1 Z3 M 6? possible so he put Bob in the 100-yard dash. Much to the surprise of all the Cali- Q M fornians he won the first 100 he. ever.ran. This was but the beginning' of the day's work for him. - ' ' k 1 WI .. 36 P" 4 L I R I' n A i I 1 ', if if i 4 .fl ' so: li .1 l rf rx! ' In lil 1 f N A 'il V 1 K , ' I gn X n V 1 Zu P11 L rs! ms H. S. Osnonma W. L. KENNY F, N, NAUGHTON 1 f'0sie" has an ability to Twin" Was OUT best b1'0ad Frank is another of the l' . . Jump, that helped him to Jumper- long distance men whose f - break an Illinois record. work was repaid by the fb A - much cherished "I". Ze' Three Hundred Twenty , , " A ' A ' A 'T fT2f:'2-semi ' 42? 1 -w-. e DTI-H1922 muon 4 'sf' - Q .E ,E Ein :H is A 5 i l i it 1 l 1 is ' ' Jyzi ,zz-M 'W M21 nz:-'vw' wi PM 1 "fm '. xW" ia 4-fr'.f"1.-f K ' ' ' , W Q' ' 'Af Q ' - This race was the finish of "Bob's" work in California and made his total of 13 ' ' 'N points in the meet. The man on the pole is Hendrixon who made such a showing in the rp . -y East later and whom B'ob again defeated in the conference. Q I E5 G5 x 1 W A ' if Q ' , YA! ug r ff gg 4 is Q . A e. i I P x "' i ' .V 4 1 r 1 , A Q ' "-i 2'..1f'v,ii:'r.:faif"s,.f.1-fI 'lf ' 1 ffl ' ,, A Q! fa " 'iii i 5-F '1 iv r N ,Ag e Q' X V Y ' k 'A ' 4' . ' ' ' I X., I! ' X K ' G. BUCHANAN S' H' WALLACE AH D'f1g"WAR3i h d pd . , ' umpy' owar a 524 "Bunny" was our pole t5i11Ig,'h1angt0"ia?Lgfi bag Phe pleasant job of play- :fi as vaulter and a good one, ot over the hurdles in ing' second fiddle to Os- ff " too. good time borne in the high jump. Q l g ' He was a pole vaulter . . worth noticing. 1 ' rp fb E Three Hundred Twenty-one I i 1 1 i'N-- ' i-- - - i . .3 -r Yillsf. f ,9E.mgSs!,5.9: TFE',k- 1Z"5i'f'?s-,s,.,sE1cZQ25z,ff,.f:.'f2'5QfiImJas.s..f,,,..f.S5:s.. . . .... . .7 V .Q UT! I V "slim e'1'1,.1E1QQQ ILL1OoWQ!Q Q3 x we ,112 ' it I I p E .W Lg? THE FOURTH ANNUAL RELAY g 1' CARNIVAL 9 K 1 A A ' 1 , On March 5, 1921, three hundred and ninety-two athletes, the stars of forty-two 1 1 lil universities, colleges, and high schools, competed in the Armory for the Fourth Annual all gs Relay Carnival. From the first crack of the starter's pistol by Martin Delaney to fs "JI the finish of the one mile university relay, the carnival was a great success. In addition fi! li: to the seven big' relay events, which of course were the outstanding features of the 1 T meet, there were special events for the tracksters, and the competition for the All- 1 1 I around Championship. The proteges of Harry Gill showed their superiority in both 1 ' the relay and special events. The Orange and Blue runners captured the two mile and 4 four mile relays, and placed third in the University Medley race. The record of 8 D EQ minutes, 4 and 4-5 seconds established by Chicago in the two mile relay was tied by the 2:1 kg team composed of McGinnis, Donohoe, Dave Brown and Yates. The four mile relay gg team set a new record of 18 minutes, 35 and 4-5 seconds. Patterson, McGinnis, Yates, M and Wharton carried the baton. After a gruelling battle with Purdue and Illinois, 'M if Ames tied Georgetownfs 1920 record to win the University Medley. The University lf , . of Pennsylvania with Earl Eby as anchor man romped off with the one mile university , 1 1 relay for another Carnival record, covering the distance in 3 minutes and 29 seconds. 1 1 gg Illinois entered no team in that event. A third record was broken when Oak Park E9 scampered away with the one mile interscholastic relay in 3 minutes and forty seconds. 51- Michigan scored second in the one mile and two mile relays. My! In the individual events the Indians garnered 18 points which was one better 1 , than the score of Michigan. Notre Dame and Nebraska followed with 12 and 10 points F Q respectively. Phil Donohoe captured the 600 yard special, and Dave Brown added five 15, 1 Q more points with first in the 1000 yard special. Dave Fields landed third in the 300 Q51 yard special, another new feature of the Carnival. Dewey Alberts, who a week later 2.221 broke the world's indoor high jump record, did not come up to expectations, and tied gg, .n Walker of Michigan and Paige of Ames with a leap of six feet, three-quarters inches, 'Elf iff, which established a new Carnival record. He also placed second in the broad jump. 51 g Burkholder was the most consistent performer for the Maize and Blue of Michigan, 1, rf.. 1 but he was forced to take the dust of Yates and Dave Brown. 2 The All-around Championship centered into a lively competition between 'Osborne' l U of Illinois and Hamilton of Missouri who won the event last year. Hamilton finally EQ' ' won out. Mathias of Illinois placed fourth. ag? kit' B' The success of the Carnival definitel assur Illi i th le d s't' ' ' d U' 1 I y es nos e a po 1 ion in in oor 1. Ili' track ratings of America. Every race was hotly contested and with few exceptions 11,1 A 1 the finishes brought the big crowd to its feet. The entrants were representative of the 1 ' ' 1 stars of the entire country. The showing of the Missouri Valley contestants was 1 ' "1 especially noteworthy, for they outclassed the conference teams with the exception of "' I H Illinois and Michigan. kt. ga The credit for the excellent showing of the Illinois trackmen is due in a very rig large measure to Coach Harry Gill, the founder of the Carnival. With each succeeding 5:4 year the Indoor Relay Carnival is growing in importance and prestige in sport circles, QQ and will soon attain the enviable title of the "Penn Relays of the West." I I l Three Hundred Twent11-two r i 1 1 1 1 9391 ' 'fi-lfiw SPIZ K' -1' 1 is or :Y gLIf.iQ2F'x.. 'TO M Jw V.. H' fr. ...N x e T iTg,'fJ4f22J55f5iii:i3" "vi: vi 'C A' A A 1- 1' '-'-v+f'xv!"ffsfi:f"271's'1wf.' U 'Q A .-6'a.evL:ZL.- ..' -. ' L 4-9 -1.0.1 .-K-fkw-amz.: UTEQ, 1922 ILLIQO .L-,LLL ,...?.f-2Q,.-:R f3 Iggy Ep Iiiliff M Mi! 17 F2 VARSITY BASEBALL iv if rv Ig' lfvvllwg Qi ' ing? av- ami A57 M LQ 3 Wil' hh 'I H! w 3 E Alf 1 MQ--LE' gi 72233 9111. ifdf Mg Y V F' N .41 H Q41 rd yi ' L' 2'5f,1 'E 5-JJ' 3.4.5 1412 W' he IQQWE I " 3: vi 1 E I "fm hi H, xx-5 ina ! , , ixiwig Top R010-WVROBKE, HEUQES, CEANGLE, Km-P, NORTON, I-IAAS, EECKEN lmamzgefy. .1 E1 f5".':f'g Second R010-CROSSLEY, JOHNSON, RI-IICIILE, Mc cunnv, INGWERSEN, RYAN Qcaptainj, cLAnK.1coachJ. 5 A, 'X Bottom Row-ENGLISH, 1cIss1NcEn, AnnAsMl'ru, MEE. 5' W me ,L IW l - fi , .nw 1 ' lffickgij H. R. RYAN A. C. BECKEN GEORGE CLARK M. t Q! Captain Manager Coach, 1920 ,y - Qi . E. T. JOHNSON A. L. SALZENSTEIN CARL LUNDGREN f -2 Captain-Elect Manager-Elect Coach, 1921 M A '71 fl t 14 ll: it Ru! 1 Y Ei "Nl W' it ifh-.24 PERSONNEL , H AH. R. RYAN, pitcher D. K. KISSINGER, third base jk J. E. MEE, shortstop R. C. HAAS, right field fffffig fig C. F. CROSSLEY, center field H. H. MCCURDYQ catcher K E. T. JOHNSON, right field. S. I. HEIKES, pitcher sig R. W. REICI-ILE, left ficlgl F. D. WROBKE, pitcher Qual M F. J. ENGLISH, second base W. K. KOPP, catcher QW BQ B. A. INGWERSEN, first base fffiffii Vi life, MAN A yall. gg Three Hundred Twenty-three Qflfii .QT .51 35 Nj' 1 ,W L.. ,L 7' ' "- ""Af3vr"o"-Q-'-'4"-4211" ' ' 't'Qf?iVf'5jq,5me"""L' 'M' ..'Egx""'l11w,,1l,1"dL.qw,,.f'3 '6i"""""""':' T'fT -, - w . -.-.,.. -43.--..-. .5 - - r- A fzxw. A . . fp-A g,,....,. 'N ' X A-X .. , . - T-L ,M .. . , ..A 'Wg'1,. .V ' H 4. -e-fr 'A -ffm V-if l ,fm w 1 dj f 1 . lifffig' . 5N7fa9:7R:::z-v AV- l?yAxkEj?QQfQLg- 1- '-3,-.p g ,.uL7g'51:j7'j,.-Y pf ' -Q Egggliikgflzgi..v:f.fgQ,,g.g.335i ., ,. Q ' ff 2 - H-1'-1'.s.2v-f-',.,Qb "2-.3 vn r H H- Q-wg--:yi-T'--fy ' 1 --Q.-A- . -- . PL: oTI.1I.l192'2ILL10o .dsfvwfa-X, .p-.T:.2....f-fetish.. .E it I P 4 I Q 1920 BASEBALL SEASON IZ The baseball team, under ' S1 Q. the guidance of "Potsy" M Clark, started their mid-win- ', - ,X ter tziaining inzshelgggv Agn- p xg A ory anuary , . e I K pitchers received additional . I ' I coaching for one week from V l P!! Grover Cleveland Alexander Ax il of the Cubs. Spring practice bg 5? tsegan in E-zarnetstldwhen me nw I gg eam wen ou si e in e ii: early part of -March. A I squad of fifteen men made -. 1 7 the annual southern training 1 1 , l tgpbthrough Alyiisissappi aid , , V a ama. oug e I LUNDGREN. Coach weather was cold and rainy SALZENSTEIN, Manager U Q during their stay, eight of I thetas1..SsaeG1,':,1:.?.sazf:,zSa'::s.s::z:2.ELz':1zyr.2z:2.2vessfmfthfse-. Th Q gg.. f g e ree o wo. e -sie' next game, with Iowa, proved to be a pitchers' battle from start to finish between Q1 Q Rygrilfind. Iganlilton. Hamilton, the rangy pitcher from Iowa, had the edge on Ryan, W an mois os . f, r The game at Iowa saw the tables turned, with Illinois winning two to one, as Ryan . out-classed the big pitcher by holding them down to two hits. Purdue and Wisconsin , ZS next fell before the Indians. The team was going good until Ohio put a stop to their Al winning streak by a ninth inning rally, defeating them six to five. The feature of the gg game was a triple play made by Illinois with none out and three on bases. At Ann Arbor, 69 Michigan came from behind and nosed out a five to four victory in the. ninth inning. Perfect Heldmg by both teams was the feature of the day. The traveling California ' l f team interrupted the Conference season long enough to defeat Illinois eight to four. tw At this time Illinois made the poorest showing of the year. . . The game played with Wisconsin during the' Interscholastic meet was another I 4 real' thriller. With two out, and one on base, "Julie" Mee drove the pill over the left H Q fielder's .head and through the fence for a home run. The climax of the season came JJ K5 Whig 1112111118 trouncgizlzlltilchigan, the Conference champions, to the tune of eight to one 'fi in e na game o e year. , For nearly twenty years G. Huff has been active as a baseball coach at Illinois. gg His record has never been excelled by any baseball coach. past or present. So, with the 9 retirement of George Huff, goes the retirement of the greatest basball coach in the P history of the game. "Potsy" Clark, once "G's" pupil, later his successor, should be 4 ' commended on his splendid showing this last season. It is regretted by every one that I l gPci1iJs5iY willhbetlocst tgithle, coachxig staff next year, as he has recently been appointed , oo a coac o e 1C igan ' ggies." 1 3 Carl Lundgren, one of the most noted of G. Huff's many pupils, has been secured ' 1 v to coach baseball next year. He leaves Michigan after a record of successes second ig, Lo? only to that of his famous teacher. His greatest problem next year will be to develop Q2 4 a pitching staff to fill the vacancies left by Ryan, Hiekes and Wrobke. In Captain- P' Vw elect Johnson, Crossley, McCurdy, Crangle, and Mee, he has a good nucleus of veterans, l and with men like Barnes, McCann, Stewart, Daugherty, Banker, and Hellstrom from V the Freshman team, he has a wealth of material from which to select good men. " CONFERENCE STANDING-1920 ' 5 Won Lost Pct. is Michigan .............. ....... 9 1 .900 Z1 Faq Ohio State .......... ........ 8 2 .800 554 Illinois ...........,.... ....... 6 4 .600 qi lf Iowa ................. ....... 3 2 .600 ff QD Indiana ........,.... ...... 2 6 .250 U ' Purdue .,..,........,. ....... 2 7 .222 ' ' , Wisconsin ............ ...... 2 10 .167 ' ' IAN lil 'I'hrr'1' Hundred Twenty-fmu' I r 1 ' ,659 1 4 'Q ,?f' - - ab f V'w"'Y','i' "'1fN N92qu,sxsg.g43f. vmaa'em:.':gs.cws-.'.L.e.eBie:msi 3:s........ .QQ 5 ii' i i A 'Jean-we we-fav ' fe -ff'-f s - - 5113 UTI-llE,1922ILLlO0 A' - '-'1:?: g,Q H M fi I3 S1 .H 1 1 rx x 1 F ll 3. fi Isl V4 r 5 1 l l Y t ' . 4 N Zll dl ,-.L -. .l Q-X9 The Trojan efforts of "Shorty" Kissinger at the far corner could not halt the E4 travelling Bruins. i f S21 FE' 'I I' K 4 l 1 1 v J PJ L1 55' 52 iq r. pi' it , 5 . rf sa In 1 ,af 29 Z1 gig H- R- RYAN E. T. JOHNSON 9 Captain "Mickey" pitched most of Q5 the conference games. He was speedy, A sprained ankle could not keep W I clever, and a consistent hurler, com- this fighting Indian out of the game. l 1 ' ' manding respect from the batters The captaincy was well placed, for V who faced him. His vacancy will be "Tom" knows the game and how it lm hard to fill this spring. should be played. lb Iii Three Humlrcd Tzvcnty-five V i l 'i W . , Ps 7' ' "' ' - 1 -4' I7 '. T 'Q -1:.- ' - .' " "7 Q.. ' ,:'.ianaf:mo'.- a'ins..iB+?a1enm.f'aQz:e:mh.. 432 i -ff PM wma 1922 uuoo -'I a J- -rf - Q22 ii il .. .E F11 Q S' .u r e F. N A . y A I 'A 3. it 222 ' V u Y I I l y 1 v ' 1 4 In U B' I r l Gllfr H it it tl A as QQ "Ju1ie's" favorite stunt was a four-base wallop, and the way he used to round "' third was a sight worth seeing. "Burt" Ingwersen is coaching him along to complete K I his circuit. KW . ii hi 2:14 fl? 91 Q , A vq I' ' "Julie," only a sophomore, is hailed i l as the "Babe" Ruth of the conference. , At short stop he covered a great deal 4 , ' of territory. We expect great things ' 1 A from "Julie" this season. EW 5921 fa '1 "Sam" labored three long years 5' 1 il' before his ability as a pitcher was 1 recognized. His reputation was set ' r on the southern training trip, and he l V ' lived up to it. W, '42 M52 Zi P54 H12 Q J. E. MEE - S. I. Hamas I l Three H undrcd Twenty-six 'Ai If 'L' qu c , . v 51-QL 1522 ILLIOQ u "Burt'f had the valuable habit of hitting where they aren't and when we wanted gp them. A "Dewey" was the youngest pitcher on the squad, and he completed his third year of Varsity baseball with an enviable record. . "Bill" is a catcher of exceptional ability, for he keeps his teammates fighting and full of pep all the time. He played his last and best game against Michigan. ii p E 15? F. D Wnonxs i ,Q ' W. K. Korr vp . Three Hundred Twenty-scve'n V A1 l , l il 5: in 12 In E lil ii ii I' bfi 1 1 In .4 ,. fi I W W L54 E12 fit H qi vi w 'igfa-gum 'Wai JTQR 1622 IlLLlOl sg A J L it l 1 1 In Ei McCurdy was a versatile player, and showed his wares brilliantly both behind the Q lil Q9 bat and on the bases. 9 l f lil 0 ' ' ,IQ m , vp Frank was the fastest man 1 around the initial sack in the Conference, although he performed at second base. His batting prow- f ess was shown for he is one of the 4 three who made home runs against I I "Slicker" Parks. , ' 1 is "Burt" was a first base man of 'Sf unusual ability, and his consistent Y' work won him a place in the hearts of all Illini fans. He made his Ninth "I" on the 1920 baseball team. if K. h R7 Z1 ns' L55 F, ENGLISH B. A. INGWERSEN W ag I 1 Three Hundred Twenty-eight 'Ax r '1 ' ' ff LV 7 -g.:f.fP?:1s.'f4.gra.fa1t?52 elI'I:lEib2'2 M104 .vu 9 rs x I it h 1 P l ' 4 Y 4 In U I ?l P "Julie" connected with the first ball "Slicker" Parks pitched for a round trip, Q, and started the victory over Michigan that took the sting of disappointment 6,5 Q from the entire season. N I WI .. 56 .V VV r 4 P" 1 Q After two years absence in the Q Q Navy, "Ray" made things hot for the regular outfielders. He sustained a ' . sprained ankle early in the season, I but played a consistent game in the , outer gardens. , . .J lea "Shorty" guarded the far corner '1 of the diamond for three consecutive H' years in a most commendable fashion. l Steady, always where he should be, f and giving all he had all the time, he l was a true Indian. He was the un- animous selection for the various all- A star teams last year. Q1 I-1 A M I' BF 155 QD l ' db 1 R. HAAS D. KISSINGER if 'M Three Hundred Twenty-nine 'AX I '1 v' 1 ,GZ9E. Q'F , r l'is 13'JS '7 fqfQ c-skies? A ' ' 'Y' ' f-iqtvsv' - W Q-' ' 'A ' ' -'fifi -- . v... ,- ,e - l ., A 1 .l. . ' 1 - ' Q Qgikvvvv-Nye." "i'1h...f QTHQ 1922 ILL100 s.d'f . - . TT:"L?'3?'f"..'9kSs!2Q il l Q Eli as 53' .H ' 'N A A ' , I P111 ,. A f, 5? Ri rf vi I ' 1 ' 1 Y k Q 4 In U E l 'iii in ZS "Burt" is showing his favorite stunt of keeping the base runners close to the bag. gg? 65 if K f Wi I l bi V4 , 4 f 'I I' n I A I N I 3 .1 J 5. 135 Ya .1 r. vi W i r 1 , . , , .. A, ,,, .. - N R. W. R - 5 I 1 ft H ldEICl3LEt th C. F. Cnossnmv H' H' MCCURDY .1 n e e an a e n rl bat "Dick" was Crossley, .,,ZM:,:fde znzzizfcfsssx talented, and was one of more! made a.remarkab1e ble, showin behind th ,iw EF the best hitters that Showmg for hls first year b t 1 g -th h- Q f'5 dj Hpotsyv possessed' on the team. His career batya Ong W1 a,,M1g,, Qb 1 began at second base, but gn mbg agerafef 3:2 U U , , was shifted later to cen- W1 e ear rom ls . V N ter field. He is an excep- Season' W AX tionally good hitter. V141 Three Hundred Thirty 'I V WIN f'f1 T' Y YI' ff-. Af , - ,, T iiiix-1".r Y Qr, v . .. A 1 .L f ' ' QQYEQVKDF-xg? ,.. 'NADA QTL-IQ 1Q2Q ILLIQQ ,fl . L. .?a.-fiilisfzgj W1 WW 'W W .E .. W!!! 5-S Eg IZ S1 fi 5 A VARSITY BASKETBALL K A ,... . .. ., .. . . , U MN I Y. M H K , D . U 52 Q2 1 V ,I . V I I 1 V 1 1 v w 4 In ez U 1 if n 32 Q A Q ff -if - ' W X X Top R010-BABO, HELLSTROM, 'rAnEn, nANxELsoN, MER, uunwclc ttrainerh. WALQUIST, w1N1'Ens fcoachj. W . Bottom Row-CARNEY. GIPSON, REITSCH, VAIL fcaptainj, ooLuNs, VVATTS. H M A Ki 1 'U BASKETBALL I' ' FRANK J. WINTERS CHARLES W. VAIL, JR. CHARLES R. CARNEY- ' l I Coach Captain Captain-elect I 3 3 ' A 1 L-fi QI sa PERSONNEL 54 C W. VAIL, guard H. O. REITSCH, center , C. R. CARNEY, forward L. W. WALQUIST, forward w E. N. HELLSTROM, forward J. E. MEE, forward A., J. P. SABO, guard W. S. COLLINS, guard 'H H B. TABER, guard W. W. WATTS, forward K' zz W2 Ei GV 'Nr W2 H 'AY Throo Hundred Thirty-one 1 '1 ' 1 1 - - - -w-W ' -- f ' fd.: Q'-JII' 5: , xillfg, -,.,- E A's1i5-'2- Y' 'V' Th Q?f:9..z,ASxSne,.fg:a'meJe'.-'-.iFs'A . .Q:a'Q,...i's31Qb c3z:ea:vAaB.,,.,,f.5:F,.fg4A-A431 V I :sf-esN...b'fi 'ras rf A 'E I I i9w,.- '-N -.'-f --ff -5 Q3 . n....... 4 - , 5,14 QTHL 1922 ILLIQ.. fl . - . ...:?r.2"'-'Qiiffti .E F SUMMARY OF THE BASEBALL SEASON .4 . With only a handful of veteran layers available ' 'M and facing the task' of installing an entirely new system rt of play, Coach Winters faced a task when he came to ff, r Illinois in the fall of 1920. To help matters along, I "Chuck" Carney, one of the best basketball players who ' j ever wore an Illinois suit, suffered a serious injury. to his if knee in the last football game of the season and this kept ik Q53 him on the bench during the early part of the year. kg L! The large squad that reported to the new coach iii j 1 early in thg selasoncflvas gradually cutldown from time v to time, an w en ristmas came twe ve men were re- ' ' tained for the vacation practice. Nebraska, one of the l ' I strongest teams in the Missouri Valley, came for a two 1 ' weeks practice session. The Conference season opened January eighteenth Q C W vgth Chiciago. Withh fgiar veteranslmigrom lasgd year? OACH INTERS c ampions ip team, t e aroons came, own con ent o r d winning time hopening gameig Tse giamehwas a thrilleir WN throughout, an when the gun cracke t e score was a . n t e extra perio , ',1 Q5 IiI1ellstrom endeared himself to Illini rooters by caging two didicult ringers that put -6 Q 1 t e game on ice. Q 1 9 , B dThe Indians, playing their firstl gagne on afforlileign flzi?r,twentldov:ntb1efo:'elth1e j a gers in a roug game osing on y ecause o t eir ina ii y o oca e e as e . ' gg They staged a great come-back at Minnesota, however, taking the game in the last gs few seconds of play with a score of 23 to 22. F. .. Q9 At Purdue the Boiler-makers were given the worst trimming they ever received Q be from an Illinois five, losing 39 to 26. Carney made his first appearance in the line-up, M R ! and cglebrtiited his come-back by plllayiag a lbriigliant game. 1 Ohiiolgvais completely snowe un er in t e next contest, t e ini o ing a regu ar e ay, winning K 1 . 46 to 11. . . ,l Minnesota and Wisconsin were each defeated in turn, which put the Illinois five my in first place. Purdue, smarting under the defeat that the Illini had given them early W 55 in the season, caught them going bad and set them down 29 to 19. The Indians had gg any number of shots, but couldn't locate the basket. ,H Ohio was taken into camp after an exciting game in which Blair of the Buckeye .ga 1 quintet kept his team in the running by seven long ringers. Q With the championship at stake, Michigan defeated the scrapping five after one F of the greatest games ever played on the Illinois door. The game was in doubt until ' the last minute of play when Miller, with two long sensational shots, took the game for . 4 l the Wolverines. A triple tie for the championship resulted. I l With Captain-elect Carney, Walquist, Collins, Reitsch, Sabo, and Hellstrom I , gackil abzad with a flew othersdrecrgited from goach Bearg's crack Freshman squad, LQ , oac inters can e expecte to eve op anot er great team. 'ea 55! s, V 1 P' W CONFERENCE STANDING-.1921 fl ' Purdue ...............,...................................... 8 4 .667 Michigan ...,......,.. ......... 8 4 .667 X1 , Wisconsin .......,.. ......... 8 4 .667 V 5 Illinois .............. .......,. 7 5 .583 IQ, Indiana ..,........ ......... 6 5 .545 2, ,M Minnesota ,.......,. ......... 6 5 .545 , 4 Chicago .........,. ......... 6 6 .500 QF Iowa ......................... ......... 5 5 .500 Ag dj Ohio State ................... .......... 2 8 .200 w an Northwestern. ........... ......... 1 9 .100 i I f w 7 Q A p Three Hundred Thirty-two A lt! I 1 l W" A ' ' ' - ' -' 'EDIT' Y "-filxi' r rfwfx Qi 4 - u5 3lqe5w LQ!S316iSi a9,rd-945162 V 1. "'!i5!.'2 d1'1,,1L 1Q2Q ILUQQ rl' Q- .. .E QQ fl in if V1 Q 1 . ig, .H A i . vs A i y , H lj, CAPTAIN VAIL ,lg van led the mini five in Scoring, his long shots pulling ka, 'ff many of the games out of the fire. His defensive playing Ls' l ' was good all the time. I l 1 5 1 r w 4 ' le U E! ii H 5 an Q C. W. vm, Jn. gk . .I . . Q GARNEY l 1 ill . "Chuck," handicapped by a weak . . ,. knee, gave all he had. He was the ,! Q most guarded man on the team, but W - put in his share of the ringers. Fi 1 i i n , r A A X I i I L 4 I C. R. CARNEY I' . Ae., '52 MEE E' ,xv "Julie" speeded up the Illini offensive considerably when , i Y in the line-up. Bad luck in hitting' the basket was all that N kept him from being one of the greatest players Illinois N ever had. Q5 2-9 S i qi J. E. Mm: I N Three Hundred Thirty-three r V1 ' Y Q- -ar -4- fr - - 3.571 'QSII-,.Q-..- - Axsggf. if f 'WA Gaussian.-,,f.,'Eif.Ta9A!a'l9i'5', .faIi'ifDB.!,,g+51CQi1 Q3iQaIt.isfzs,,e,1.5:p,.49..449.GE3y fl wp v,-, '-a L ,A Qiim if i i an -- - ee ---..r--V - XL oTI,1Q1QQQ ILUQQ ?q EQ3'i. . . , :QQ IW 457 Anil ' 5 PE "1" ur as A K V A L 1 F A i, , l l '-l WALQUIST N ' 1 n - . . 3, Laurles floor work was a revelation to the Ill1n1 root- N' ers, and a despalr to opposing coaches. ' V' f, I V 5? 1 I H liz ' I In if 93 552+ LQHB , V M1 A ' mg X 4 ,, EUR wf-all QD 'REITSCH M "Hank's" work in controlling the . , -M ball and sinking follow-up shots was a great help to the team. He should have a great year next season as he ,jg geyeloped fast through the season 52:1 IS year. R I Bl! ffl :W Vi as-4 lg Ili! e 55? 5627 1.4 IM' COLLINS ' lf 4 , "Hap" came through in great shape this year. The V fighting spirit that he exhibited, whether in the line-up or ,P on the bench, was most commendable. A torn ligament in ' in has ankle slowed him up considerably in the last part of K- ' , t e season. - , E E 1,5 F3 bi IE I N 5 Thrrc H umlrcfl Thirty-f0u.r A rf 1 v 1 A A l,9f' W , , , ,. IQSWQT, ' , ,- , - W . -1 - ,- 4 .gg v- - 2-: --f -7' ' Y r - -'fx ?:g,iP1-,g wf?Q D35'A he.2v'.!2U,1,-4JQs'F15QE,.fF'K:tQ3,'ieEawAS 5?: lfIZ9 ',.v. r Y .fi ,, NH., V L. iv - I. 'n I nc Vi 1 - --vo-ur-' f-H' 7 T ' 'TA V f W ' l"iilfTisEfFvTw1'f.-'T-""'N'T-Tfil' S25 Q - me! 'WL DTI-121922 uuoo WWW ' .1 A 1 ' I 1 - 4 - Fit ii-, K A - ll .5 tr? r ' X13 as bil gui, '25 ,Ag F21 lg 31 in ,X V 4 x. A i - SABO P v ,gf 4 "Johnny" didn't break into the line-up until late in the bil 595 season, but did so quite vigorously when the opportunity H5111 1 came. "The hardest defensive player I've ever seen," was r l ,l i the tribute given him by a wellknown critic of the game. ' ,. r .I ly I 1 ll ill . V '74 I- SS' 'Fifi , ,gg ,gel I 75: . QM hi 1 1 bmi . . ' Qgii x "ill lil IW Wx WE ' HELLSTROM "Swede" had an uncanny ability Ma ,QQ of finding the basket when points H17 were needed. His work in the Chi- 1. 'gi' cago and Purdue games will be long ligzwil qffu remembered. ' 'mx Milli' A 'I 'ri J, is l iw ! 'QI I 51 4 'wif iff I "Wg FIS? 'KY' y 2. ---1 V far!! it nl -Y ' TABER Ng ' Taber gave three years of hard Lifg P work to the team, always scrapping lgiii, if ' hard and never complaining if he was QQ QQ. not included in the line-up. He dis- agp 'S played a most unselfish spirit. IE. P 1 'jf 123 L 'lf ,Ha A4 f '- -is .ll 1' K 1 Tlwcc Hundred Thirty-five V i ' Y . - Q Q- . 'T P' M 'I v pri- - :Q lt.: -3r- Y' V',"' Qafhwmmhpve.. e 1 '-- L Y'-1 283 I !5fQm5i?4'ItQgQ1?4Ti9?E:E,fisfliqi-A,qffiggzkii smpq IQQQ ILLIO W WZ sa sk P J L Q 122 ,Y WATTS if Watts gave all he had to the team and will be missed from Q ' the squad next year. Always on the job, he gave Coach K l Winters a substitute of Varsity calibre. . ' 22 tm as s FF W gl . r .E El' H 1 I' , A l ' 1 P I 1 'A sl LO? iii il 'f l Y w rn K ' A 'C if Pj ,GQ . uf: ll . . -il Q5 The speed of the players and the spirited encouragement from the rooters marked QU qi the Chicago game as the most exciting of the year. I l W IAN L -t Three Hundred Thirty-six r 1 his ll 1 L:-E 2 ,: - JN? . J' -1.5 225,-L, iE ix .....E1 E E 5:1 L v 5"L nl: 335-Pi? f- " 2Egi '? , LEE? - J Ifwklff 59' 1- iT IJ, Y ,, F 15 f ue """""' - Lf. ll 12' . Af 1, v N I 1 .V7 KZ tx J S V! . ,. va Q 11, Vx J! "I 3 -Q s' U" -iw 'AJ "x f I fl!-' A C QTQL 12922 ILLIO t'l!'2E'ivx ll ng Q2 -4 EQ E S' E3 5 5 Minton ATHLETICS .A I , I If f i i El bb 252 ' A R A I 6 1 f 1 A 4 In F2 W H an A YA' R 1 up H E QQ FRESHMAN VARSITY FOOTBALL tiff Class of 192.4 W H1 gf A .1 , WINTERS, LUNDGREN AND BEARG, Coaches f L A ' 1 PERSONNEL I ' L 4 P A. L. AUGUR H. E. LIFVENDAHL ii' ,-. A. C. BAUR E. E. MCLAREN Q, 4? J. R. BRYANT J. W. MACMILLAN xi '1 R. M. CLARK C. F. MAJOR ? w J. A. COUGHLIN M. E. MAKEEVER f . GEORGE DAwsoN H. H. MILLER r H. G. GAMAGE D. A. MILLIGAN . w E. W. GASTOFF H. E. SCHAEI-'ER N A R. C. GRAHAM D. C. SPEERS YK 'H E. B. GREENE O. H. VOGEL K' jg . C. W. KING G. N. W1cKHoRs'r I I I H5 la! H UQ qi , 1' u . Three Hundred Thirty-seven , , 1sm.AEJff?1w.2.3..r?2e33+1e9zmsmQ:e9-::-zR:s:f4agQzGEQ, C Q -1 Y " ' T 7 YEA" A W ' Y ' ' --- - r , . , . - ' 5'-'Silly Q .4 'W' - "' "Y Q 1 ' M- I DTI-1F.l92'2 mio 'A 2521.4 --W2 f - -fi? .E F ...4 b 1 Q A 5' M u 'X A K N' 1 1 T ,2 M fi 2? xy r. T 1 1 T l ' 4 A In V B' I 1 r J is I N f g db Il' no H ZS 93 55 5 bf M K Top R010-BEARD, STUDEBAKEII, DUNHAM, BLAYMAKER, ROBINSON, PIERCE, HOPKIN, CLEVENGER, POTTER- . l Bottom R010--MACE, RYAN, HANBON, DRAYER, SAMKOVITZ, BUCK, ROETTGER. H IF ra .J FRESHMAN VARSITY BASKETBALL W i Class of 1924 4 K 1 EARNES1' E. BEARG, Coach 4 x A + PERSONNEL ,Zi J. F. BUCK G. E. Forma rg? J. H. CLEVENGER D. D. ROBINSON . Q!! X1 C. T. DRAYER W. H. ROETTGERI if H L. H. DUNHAM A. B. RYAN If J. W. HANSON M. J. SAMKov1'rz 1 L. R. Mm: H. s. SLAYMAK-an ' R. V. PEARCE L. M. T. STILLWELL ' Y R. H. HOPKIN W. T. STUDEBAKER W In Ks YZ N7 "1 PI VAN Three Hundred Thirty-eight ,Ax 111 ' 1 ' J .f..,.Z.L f '., V if T T I 'x' ref'--+ , - . A C C' C' C Q'N5ff"Q'?w'+:?T.EfeffA'E""-'Tii5f2Y"fWi' Q3 QTMQ 19212 N. 1, 2 UQ ,if-if. -- --A1f - 'A ' W W .E as W2 323 E13 xr:-" Gif fi C F. LX A A A 1 r A S ff! 'Q' iff :Ll '1 v 4 I . I . U , 1 l 1 I 4 In Ez W! l 1 V I F1 as ZS A PS Q' 93? W gg l l H 9 l QD Top .RO7.0--GIBSON, COX, FUIINESS, XVILCOX, COPPER, IIILI., SQUIER. Q if Second .R0'w1H. S. VVALLACE, KENNEDY, CHANDLER, CARLSON, TIIRASHER, COUGIILIN, SWANSON. 'YAY Bottom ROW-JONES, PATTERSON, uonnu Moons, SWEET, NV.NV.NVALl.ACE. N FRESHMAN VARSITY TRACK F A I 1 Class of 1923 I 1 L J , HARRY L. GILL, Coach -1 I' iff? PERSONNEL F075 . ,A ,RW H. N. CARLSON G. A. CHANDLER ffl! A. H. Cox P. KENNEDY QA, , C. N. FURNESS C. A. THRASHER , ' H. M. W1Lcox J. A. COUGHLIN 12, .Eff S. H. HILL R. E. SwANsoN ' H. S. WALLACE P. C. SWEET M- U E. K. JONES H. L. Home U S B. B. PATTERSON G. E. MOORE ZA kj W. W. WALLACE ...4 1552 E5 IWVHN . I , , .Q Q f A Three Ilundrcd Thirtyl-nine ,A 4' Y W WHL . ' .Qt A Sf .., . , , . 1,5 A K, l-,,,A . - A f -f "" A 'A A-gg A' 1.4121 P -ei? 5 1 QTIQQ IQQQ ILLIOQ .E 5. 53 55 iz Q AS: fi F KW fl A I A u L4 2.4 iii 3311 ny I 1 F 1 1 Y 1 nl 'Bs H '31 752 Q31 Q I Q YAY NAUGIITON, PATTERSON, SYVANSON, CAl"l'AlN ALLMAN, DUSENIIERRY, YATES, JONES. K ! WA if if VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY 'I ' P I X HARRY L. Glu. J. C. ALLMAN I 1 X Coach Captain + rf if 5? H ffl! J PERSONNEL I N ,f J. C. ALLMAN B. B. PATTERSON if P. B. DUSENBERRY E. K. Jomzs Q' gg R. E. SWANSON M NH A Eff pa fl 1 f INT Q 3 Thru' ll d ri I ty Y 1 zvrza OTQQ 16329 mio.. W1 O71 W W RE it GND Y Um Fl: 'gfljg pg fbi .R F k 4 R R 1 ill r ti iii gs u Y I 4 I Y I 1 l 1 Y Y 4 In U S: l I. in wi T017 Roll!-COACH MANLEY, DVORAK, TAYLOR, CORTIS, LYONB. 6 B ?,1 BOHONL R010-DENNETT, POSTLE, OLSON, CAPTAIN ROYAL, LINDEN, HARVEY. VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM E. J. MANLEY, Coach T. E. ROYAL, Captain 'QQ W PERSONNEL Sify A A R. F. DVORAK K. DENNETT R. W. LINDEN G. W. LYONS T. E. ROYAL - 1 4 R. P. CORTIS 0. B. OLSEN W. H. TAYLOR D. E. POSTLE F. S. HARVEY N hp Ken Dennett was awarded a major "I" for winning the 100-yard back stroke for sg the second consecutive time at the conference meet. .1 . 'I t A A T gl Ii 344 El L35 fi -'1 r 'xx if . ' J V 51 VARSITY WATER BASKETBALL P5 E. J. MANLEY, Coach W. O. MALKMUS, Captain Z1 R35 f PERSONNEL my ,Tig W. O. MALKMUS G. FAULKENBERG H. Fox 21 M B. W1Lcox , O. B. OLSEN G. OTT I G. K. HARDACRE il M 'At the conference meet the team defeated Northwestern Q-7 in two overtime perlods, and then trounced Chicago 6-2 for the conference champlonshlp. ZF Three Ilundred Forty-o'nc T - -A .Tv-w 1 Q- v V , ' - 21 C f , ', .Q , :E w ,ut -Q --1 - - w -f u 1 1 "" 'Y 'T' f-it X .xaezmmgiwfsxicziezammwmwfe ,.-45gg.'r1aaA:-.,,,,,. .5332 llZ5DZr4v.19-saFx'Tf'T""'g"f92"'fg....i"es-nn vw Al' of A 'H f - - A 5'-4 QTL-ll-l192'2ILl.lOQ nes'-ease-rgawzavssrxg N1 ' ' in ill .E Egg TENNIS 1920 774 D I I2 Tennis was revived as a minor Q Zpofttin the Spring of 1920, for the S, . . rs lme since th ' dh ' K YH' one was-detailed fs Yggclsetfe plggr? 5 ers finding their own way through i R difficulties Of Play- , A good schedule 1 was Played, Opening with North- I 1 P111 . western at Urbana on May first. I it N! Y Illinois took the match six matches to ggi 5' L .V nothing. A' week later Milliken was L F1 f Q 'gent back cxivlth a similar beating. The i 4 ' 9 Owmg ay Purdue was the attrac- .f , . tion. Illinois won one f th t ri I " V. singles matches and the dgublesefoyg 1 ' . two to one victory. The scheduled f match. with.Chicago was prevented 4 e l by ram, which was probably a for.. W X tunate occurrence for the Illini Q FS, ' record. On the matches away, Illinois if , ,p. 2132111 tbegtl Ncarthwestern and broke Za F?-4 . g, even a oum us. Th fi 1 t h r M' i Q.. 1,3 Of the season was wish tllle nligrtii- .4 storm1ng.Californians. The western- ' ' -V grstnadmgnistelred a six to nothing " H ' ' . ea mg, ut t e match saw the best 'G ill tennis of the season. B t d L ' :IL FELMLEY gisgallglofzggral werefuglthbuets gdlubt itll! 'A gg A ers o e year on our B QQ courts. ROWN Pix if M33 ste of Q , y an t h' - i ng.. ...messes :B it icago in e rst d t - ifzfrs.. EleelizggWh0..Si5'fEI:'3mg.b?5ceE.0 L .V 0 ln e lr roun . fu Vg! In the doubles, Felmle d B if F3 broke into 'the semi-fmalls Silly tonldsre 3 to the,Ch1cago team of Vories and N Q Segal ln straight sets. The title was evfmiually taken by Wesbrook of F x V Michigan after some good matches. l The outlook for the future is good. ' . Felmley is the only man lost from the l I Sam, and tlslere are many promising ., ayerson ecutd'l. ie? the guidance of Ccbalcl? Bgdrsg aryoltllligg E' -1 creditable team should develop in 31 1921. Of the men who played, Felm- 7' X legfviwilvas the best from day to day, 3 'fl f ' t E more experience and better X itrokes, while Brown was notable for is steadlness and persistence rather - A Q I A than brllllance of stroke. Preucil is g a heady performer with a bright "Z N future, while Strawbridge, although ,- , I7 g1:'ig1tgr5g?adY play, shows at times -9 71' Q s lance. - vs E. A Q-' ii Wssfmtwafdfd. a ees An' ' ' , ey. Ye . rown, " Q , STRAWBRIDGE GGOPEG Preucil, Ewart Strawbridge. Pnnucn. ' V l ' 'A' Three Hundred Forty-two f l , 1 ' ' -3 tg!-All .- .Q -' 5,,, , f . lgglmsg . . --fl!-QI-e .- 41 . Q29 1'bs'fsi1. E' Jfgg1g5gQ1LuOg I, -" . wa. iii E H5 F A I ll is Q it i l In ,. 1 D al ti 1- ,Y - BASSMAN COLLIER LE BOSQUE NICEDLEI! FREDERICKSON VARSITY GOLF PERSONNEL JOHN FREDERICKSON WALTER ANDERSON JACK NEEDLER MORRIS LE BOSQUE I THEODORE COLLIER A U I I The last season brought the re-establishment of Golf as a varsity sport here at ' 1 Illinois, which had been suspended since before the war. With the beginning of the L, school year about twenty candidates reported to show their skill with the old "pill and mallett." From this material Coach Sassman succeeded in finding five men of crack'em r- calibre: Johnny Frederickson, former Oklahoma championg Walter Anderson, Jack If! Needler, Morris Le Bosque, and Theodore Collier. All the men had had considerable N tournament experience. N . The team got into action for the first time in the Western Inter-collegiate Cham- X1 pionship Tournament held at the Olympia Fields Country Club near Chicago Heights, Illinois, in the early part of October, 1920. The team placed fourth out of the nine K' university teams entered. Next came a dual meet with Northwestern, and Illinois was victorious here at Urbana, winning 8 points to 4. In the return match at Edge- 5 water Country Club, Chicago, Northwestern came out victor 6 points to 4. During this spring a dual meet is to be played with Chicago, and possibly with fr Drake and Wisconsin. If the team shows well in these matches, in all probability it Q will go East to partake in the Eastern Inter-collegiate Tournament held in June. rp Three Hundred Forty-three V ' ' Y -- 1- ,' 1 -W 1 '- "'-'At 1' I r'w,-N 3.53 ' ' O LTEIQDE T i - -ifdfgfirzs--fa XF'-"eq 1eI4i!ilS.lg.lS'-.:55:n,...... ' ff - --iq1o'!yj,vf --1 71, t" K 'Y ' K .V .fr - , '2 - , .4 1 .3 ,1. l - I S9 f oTHE1Q2QILLIO Q' . - . .S'l?a.'l'f-'SISNZQ W . I Sv! S7 .- K if :Is gg ki 53' .H I 'X A K 1 1 nj, i i A Q54 H2 25 -I If V . I Y 1 I 1 YYY i y 4 FLOSTROM CHOU MEYERS FURNESS JESSEN ESSLINUER h E6 VARSITY WRESTLING sz pg, PERSONNEL 95 E22 PAUL PREHN, Coach V. T. JESSEN, Captain ' . ,4 M V. T. JESSEN QQ QD A. V. FLOSTROM db ' ' C. Cnou 3' ' - EYERS - - gs P. H. ESSLINGER my so 5 5. A S11 iii, R I' A I L! I 4 i 1 IJ so: Pj I If X1 SCIIUETTNER MOIIAN TOLMAN STUEBE 3 t ,EZ E7 ig VARSITY FENCING 31 A. J. SCHUETTNER, Coach R. G. TOLMAN, Captain pg PERSONNEL gig W 'R. G. TOLMAN L. F. STUEBE E. H. MOHAN w 1 Captain Tolman was awarded a major "I" for his work. In 1919 he won the il conference championship in fencing and broadsword, and in 1921 he successfully de- fended his title of champion in the fencing meet. . Thru' llmidrvcl Forty-four y 1 V 1 I . - --- Y - w- v-' - ' 'ini'-J' ", ' 1: -. v,, 1 ' 'Q - wx' iv r ra E. ' :cf f - f mmfiieiici-r4.iS?4. +f3rafff12f ff L ' . -,f.ii:F,.44atg,ug+iQ5E2 L. L- ' : amg 12529 Img.. sasafnogaezrffiemn .E .E 'SG Sd FA .. AA AA I I A ,A I A A A AA. AA AA A A A A A, A A A WA Q .V vs x I A I -I I 553 262 I7 ffl I I K I Y A I H U 'B' I I U I U 1 P SCHUETTNER KNOLLIN FISHER PHILLIPS ADLER PUIIDY LITTMAN STAHL SXVITZER MURRAY PERLMAN ..I . ZS Zi 5 Q K I VARSITY GYM TEAM I I A. J. SCHUETTNER A. W. ZIEGLER E. R. KNOLLIN H Coach Captaim Coach 6 db SB r'-4 r 4 "::- .Q E PERSONNEL 135 ti A. W. ZIEGLER E. R. LITTMAN S. C. PERLMAN G. A. PURDY ' , J. R. MURRAY ' M. ADLER l G. B. SWITZER R. J. PHILLIPS I ' l ' C. N. STAHL R. S. FISHER I ,Zi H. E. LIFVENDAHL L 5? 392 il I , 1920-1921 AT THE CONFERENCE MEET AT INDIANA '5 Illinois won the Conference Championship on the basis of points earned. Among ZS the twelve schools entered, the three leaders were: Illinois, 73 pointsg Chicago, Z1 65 points, and Wisconsin, 53 points. 1 j 5 1 KIA Q5 A. W. ZIEGLEB, third wll arownd A. W. ZIEGLER, second tumbling EE I R. LmvENnAm., third clubs C. N. sum., thmz tumbling I l qi fb 'N Three Hundred Forty-Jive Y 1 f-NX, 2- ,sc--zz' 1, Q5 ilsxil Y 'N'ghB..f9! Px V 1 LI' VVYA 'V --if '-v . .-A -r - qw--ev' zr'w 1 X TQ- ,L 'ji . E 3gCwgl,elriLC53JD1 i.Q7l'A11S'ef.-..4-..-1fAi9p1'w,- A lm QTQQ QQ ILPLIQQ 'Sli an INTRAQMURAL ATHLETICS ,. , V1 ?I A y . l Xl 2. iii if l l 1 Intra-Mural athletics for the year 1920-21 took a big stride forward with a record Q of nearly 3,500 men participating and over 100 Intra-Mural "I's" were awarded to mem- L fl bers of championship teams of the various departments. This unusual record was due chieiiy to the untiring efforts of E. J. Manley, director of Intra-Mural activities. Class football started October 15 and was finished October 29 with the seniors hold- 633 ing the championship with a thousand percent average. QQ Seventy-five soccer enthusiasts, working under the direction of Captain J. M. McKendrick, played two schedules. The College of Commerce won the laurels in 1 1 the school division and the freshmen proved to be superior in the class section. fh Playground ball was experimented with in the fall and fourteen fraternities entered teams. Kappa Sigma took the silver loving cup in this sport. Water basketball brought out eleven fraternity teams and six independent teams Q9 to try for aquatic supremacy. Beta Theta Pi completed the schedule with a thousand percent and won the championship cup. Immediately following basketball came baseball, with an entry list of over fifty KW teams. The annual outdoor track meet exceeded all previous meets with a record entry - 1 of 250 tracksters. t It is a realization that Intra-Mural athletics has gained a solid position in the life G6 of the University The ambitions of the athletic omcials to have every man competing Q6 will soon be a certainty if the Intra-Mural department progresses in the same way. Sl Fi A ' A 1 ' 1 la ff .f. W K. U Zi tai iii I l For the second consecutive season the quintet of Phi Kappa won the Fraternity , , Basketball championship. fb Three Hundred Forty-six v 1 .T,gf?:f.f.g11z-'.,ei-vix'a'. gG3'?I5f3Em593"?IQQE-55-5-na ?"fez1ez 55:f"l-.,..L.:g.1CI?D ,4 fl U ' 2'FiEi55f1fiQ16f, 'ii' llgllw lvl 'will lg this 'Sei Fil V, . e Ffq iz M are 'lv'-" Q.-Il?-is ' pg- l 'c qi? 5' , K - . Y ' 4 F U ' - ' ,X f- ,I l A l P 4 A i 1 rl' Y I l ' l nl fig T: 55 U U 1 ' ' . . . rf 1 Q The fast-travelling Apaches repeated their last year's success in aga1n.w1nn1ng 643 the championship in the Intra-Mural Basketball Tournament, defeating Ph1 Kappa, 37-26. l l if .. N f w as "1 l ia 1 R l q F K V , A x T I l g Xl fl T 1 ,gl EW 23? S? I 1 l f t V W N '1 , K- 5 h me 5-1 Bl S e 1 F ' Q6 Tau Kappa Epsilon came thru a long schedule in the Intra-Mural Baseball ' E Tournament in the spring of 1920, and defeated Kappa Sigma for the championship cup. . ' vp 'll ' " Three Ilzmdrcd Forty-seven V' 1 A. . . - H.. T ..- .. , V , T , g5,g1-- f- P - 'T ggtgm " FS fVl?X Qbilggxnsc-gafszaasmvivp afQ:1'2ve,.QmE:".f.e3iQIvAS1f-fwf-f-ws-----SED ' 551316522 ILLIQQ l i I-5' ii i I V 'X A i I , I J 1 1 t 4 A is 539i Rn 'I u Y l ffl V A E f A 1 1 rl, w 4 In Zi? t 'iii Q H At Homecoming time the Seniors defeated the Freshmen and maintained a A thousand percent average. The Juniors took second place in the tournament, while the Freshman and Sophomores trailed for third and fourth places. W! KU ,E it X51 ra 'bij P A '1 I' 5 XA l l 1 3.3 Li 15? 55 rl E'- yf Y Y X4 1 K. U Zi Egg' Intra-Mural soccer is gaining greatly in popularity, and eight teams went into cl L, 'lj action. The College of Commerce team proved superior in the college league. gl' l I U ix' Q5 if u 1 ' i r x VAR I fl L Thrcc Hundred Forty-eight , Ill I l -7 QI- ,r:.2,f,j,,e4,3,g.v1aw-'50'El'J.'Q'F , . .-. -,-- -Y--'15'mm,"Tfe5f7'x-m.""'wzw' " 1Lv.-:.ugem+.vf-f""""'f""1'1fif'4'4'm 'J 'nw ,f 'W -.. , ,.,, A Yavfrg M.. .1qg,,,A,f A-.' N' M N I . :YU Ci, v f 1 ' w" fa, ml' . : - F4 f 1 , 1, A ,M ,Y l. lx ,g X , 31 5 . ' X J- gm vs, ,- , f i ww . ,.1N, 4 . , ,J .V 5:J'.i- '- ' ' ' ,., 1, ., . ' "N . X' . . , . . X V. Ji N .. ,V X, -.1 , U 4, 7 AZ? FRATERNHTES f 1 A' """""-wwf 'E L S J' Al' S rl P ' -pf-, -A ' L ' ! ' QjQrs ns"', , 'J'-5. in oTLH.f,1Q2'2 Hug.. Q . - , HERB... L T il Si .E .E PAN I-IELENIC COUNCIL ' 1 Q Established 1911 gl 5 Delta Tau Delta Zeta Psi A'lpha Gamma Rho f' A C. B. JOHNSON S. C. GREENE L. J. BERRY I U, M. F. COTES G..M. CROSBY G. N. MORGAN 54 Sigma Chi Phi Sigma Kappa Sigma Phi Epsilon 592 G. E. MILNER C. J. SCHULTZ A. G. MATHEWS Q "' . '. . . . . M. CONDIT V i 1 11. C ROBERTS L J REIS F l f Kappa Sigma Psi Upsilon Pi Kappa Alpha 41 , H. L. BEEKMAN J. TREDWELL L. M. NELSON H , r ' J. E. MACHAMER D. M. WARREN J. S. KELLY 4 Phi Delta Theta Alpha Delta Phi Phi Kappa Tau L pg G. G. WATERS H. E. MOTTER W. A. MORCAN U QQ B. W. BULLOCK G. BUCHANAN T. G. SMITH QQ Eg' Alpha Tau. Omega Chi Psi Sigma Phi Sigma f N f x Qb J. B. BUTLER R. C. PREBLE W. MALKMUS atb .1 W. K. WETTERCREN H. G. HULLFISH E. K. FARRAND af ' Y' Phi Gamma Delta Chi Phi Ilus ' ' as C. D. MCGRECOR C. E. KECK J. W. CANNON J-L D. M. ERB E. F. BECKER E. G. MCDONALD .". fN A Q Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alpha Sigma Phi Delta Phi J. Bf. GRIGG M. J. PIERCE W. W. WATTS " X lb M. F. COOLLEY P. L. PAYTON F. S. HARVEY XY! g Beta Theta Pi Acacia Chi Beta W E. A. DYSON D. J. KADYK E. T. JOHNSON H H. J. WHITTIER K. GRAY F. A. SCHAREENRERG - Sigma Nu Sigma Pi Pi Pi Rho ' 'J R. E. SPANCLER W. W. BROWN F. L. WORTHINCTON iii Q W. E. RUSSELL E. L. Davos R. E. ARNOLD 8 Phi Kappa Sigma Tau Kappa Epsilon Delta Sigma Phi I K 1 H. H. RATH E. E. RAYMOND R. J. UTLEY' I I R. M. BELNAP L. W. WALQUIST C. A. NEUREUTHER i 1 Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Lambda Chi Alpha A 14 ld M. W. EVANS J. C. MANLEY M. B. SKINNER E., L. J. MEIS W. E. RYAN G. PREUCIL S2 w Delta Kappa Epsilon Theta Chi Alpha Rho Chi ,H 1 R. H. FLETCHER T. W. EDWARDS W. E. HALLAUER y' X H. A.. RUHL H. M. DODGE Ty-iangle Delta Upsaaa Alpha chi Rho Q' JC'B1fw'jgE1QU1ST Y 'n C. V. ARNOLD ' A. H. BODENSCHATZ K K- pa D Zta Rho I if O. D. BLUTHARDT R. G. THOMPSON apw. Vs' KELSEY 5 Theta Delta Chi 'Beta Delta Sigma H- M- GRAYS gi H. J. SCHLUTER D. E. FIELD Fawvlg I-gouge ilf C. E. CARNAHAN L. W. LEHMAN - - OHNSON M qi - R. E. AMMON i g I N I N AN Three Hundred Forty-nine A r 1 v 1 1 wSz:sz s:.z4amaCQA Q Amp' ib2'2 ILLIQS IY1 IW' I . 4 nl ' H DELTA TAU DELTA ,111 h 1 IZ Founded at Bethany College 1859 Sl Q Sixty-One Active Chapters ? A A I ' I I 'A if T? I Eb I P 2-I3 1 V Y I ' fl P I ' . I I v ' BETA UPSILON CHAPTER 4 Established at Illinois 1872 H kai MEMBERS IN FACULTY Egg .,,,, , . ES KENDRICK CHARLES BABCOCK, Ph.D. FRANK SMITH, A.M. W9 EUGENE DAVENPORT, LL.D. GEORGE Foss SCHWARTZ, Mus.B. Q N IRA OSBORN BAKER, D.Eng. - G. R. CREECRAI-'T, A.B':, . . EDGAR JEROME TOWNSEND, Ph.D. WEEMS VINTON SNYDER, A.B. - 'M PHINEAS LAWRENCE WINDSOR, Ph.D. CAPT. E. S. JOHNSON, U.S.A. yn MARTIN JOHN PRUCHA, Ph D. LIEUT. R. E. WILLIAMS, U.S.A. :L FRANK FOOTIT, A.B. ROBERT FRANCIS SEYBOLT, Ph.D A K'N Q9 CHARLES HENRY WOOLBERTg Ph.D. , - Q U MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY . W' Q DEAN M. ARENOLD CHARLES BAYARD JOHNSON hp LAWRENCE J. CURRIER ' HAZEN HENRY JOHNSTON QQ by CHARLES JESSE DAVIS' WALTER CLARENCE KOHN iq DONALD CHAMBERS DODDS ROBERT FILLMORE LOVETT y' ELLIOTT 'EUGENE FOSTER ' WELLINGTON WHITAKER SCOTT .N 4 ROBERT WALLER'GRIESER GEORGE MILLIM SIEMENS, JRl A N JOHN SHEDD PRESCOTT P F , 4 K CARL EDWARD ATWOOD DONALD MCCLURE PATTISON 4 I MERVIN FRANKLIN COTES ' WILLIAM RUEFLE ROOT I MAURICE M. HUGHES WILSON COOK SMITHERS ' I .RICHARD KEBBON ' THOMAS MCKEEVI-:R L' ily? ' , . Sophomores ' 1 '1 ROLAND M. CHAMBERLAIN RICHARD .RANDOLPH FOWLER V 'Y GORDON REED FLEMING JOHN DONALD TUTTLE 'ff I RALPH E. FORESMAN 'FRANKLIN GILMORE . ' I . Freshmen Q ' N JOSEPH ELLIOTT ATKINSON SHERMAN KELSO HUGHES ' I A JEROME W. BAETHKE PAUL H. HOCKENBERGER' W Ig JACK EDWARD BAIRSTOW ROY L. SIMPSON B S ROBERT WEBSTER BOOTH WILLIAM FREDERICK STAHI, 31 M WILI-'RED COSGROVE CULKIN ARNOLD SINCLAIR WATSON M ALLISON L. AUGUR PAUL EDWARD KAMSCHULTE Q5 HAROLD C. WOODWARD Q5 qi I I ' ' U 'AN Three Hundred Fifty r 'I' ' ' L QL .,, 1. 1 ' Ss-553319. Q, ..-S IEW AI1S.T'sS4.s-..:.f5?:S..'+11..era.f+sIQ33a Mu, I I Yi qv ! ,lgifv r 'Vx 4' 4 If e Q Ei? at-I 533 1 I. P 1 'J 151 'JI 1 I T v I I r 4 he J..- I VAN ?'f .N 1 KY! 9 1 F! ii!! ,KZ Q I1 S fm' 9 Ia 95 55? T21 . 'il fd L, HQ glib vw! , Q WN :fr H3238 WN Wifi ..- " "'f"' ' ' ' ' 'fr "---1' ""'VN,--:f1.- " J'WI " ' ' ' , f If HL4--i:L?'f' . A Y I i-I 'Ii fy itll ELEM GI?-'jx.J',,,,,. IKM A 'M-4---'1!hlwfh.:" ,..,. I 5-gf' Q .'.,. ....f-wgm,..v,, T011 ROIU'-A'I'U'l'Tl.I'I, S. 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Tlwcc Ilundrcd Fifty-one A., A ,jfv,...cg. 1,5 ' v-If vzffiffzj'T?:i"B1f?5"'ik+f.1,-3:-'EI F :".T-fV'.g'5Y! ,- iff 37' ""f?5351' 7'f ' N1Y'fi?'wW5f5?'7?Vi?6e'S2f?1?f'n?5I5Y1Ef-FE"'P'-"f"f'7"i' I' ' J-.'fwzii-v.'f12:,'?:,--.-.T -1253 R?-ffvmf-f'ff-mf--1M-wx " .,-,.:-'r.f:u,:gQg'g3:n:,-m:.'f:5M..:5r.i,qfQ." fI"3":q'fvvI "sf T, w QQ ', mu ,, lwf ' , N' ' ., .r ' I ww: Jmlj, u 1 .,,,, il' I-,214 1-u pq: ,Q njp 1'v -',', U- 5-3,51 ,Iu- :5 ' ,WA ug, MI, E54 525 E37 W x I W 1 f 2 wi N91 .I F 54 f A 1 .- III E5 T1 I L I LQ :fs li T' fi EA 1 r f sf, Iffs In fda 1 , M 'Au 5 Uv,- wx I" T 1- "QI I ,Clip I 11' K VH-i WP H .img i622 ILLIOJ D I I Q I I SIGMA CHI ES Founded at Miami University, 1855 ?I I Seventy-Four Active Chapters ' K A A ' I I I 52 ' A I ' I F 5 r I ' I J JKAQMPPJA KAIPFA CHAPTER Q Q51 Established at Illinois 1881 gf 11 .',, 7 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Q JAMES BYRNIE SHAW, D.Sc., B.S. CHARLES Russ RICHXRDS, H DAVID HOBART CARNAHAN, Ph.D. B.M.E., M.E., M:M.E., "D.Eng. 1 ' ' HUBOR O. CROFT, B.S. ' YA A MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY E4 Seniors ' ra "I HAROLD GRII-'EITH BAKER GEORGE ELLSWORTH MILNER " I I FRANK MONROE ANDREWS FRANK LINDELL PETERSON IU , RANDOLPH HUNDLEY BARNARD ELMER CLIFFORD ROBERTS . . WARREN ROBERTS HOUOH LEENDERT WILLUM VAN RYN M ' JAMES WHITNEY LEEMING 6 ' u 1 Juniors FREDERICK CONRAD ALBERSHARDT DONALD HEARD YOUNGS 4 OLIVER MILTON BARR, JR. PAUL GAYLAND MOFFETT 'Sim ' JOHN BROWNLEE FREDERICKSON ROBERT WATT RICHARDS R Q GEORGE GALE GILBERT, JR. A LOWELL HESTON STORMONT P MASON STARRING LEEMING EvAN BRYSON STRAUSS A ' , LEONARD GARLAND HUNT WADE FRANKLIN WOLK I l I WILLIAM ANDREW LEARY 'i , Sophomores - J ,J ROBERT LESLIE BAIRD, JR. HENRY RUGGLES MATHIAS L' 12? EDWARD HAMILTON BANKER, JR. JOHN LYNN MCCORMICK 52 in RAYMOND CLEARY CHARLES JEROME MURPHY y- 'Q LLOYD EARL ELDRIDGE J. WALTER NELSON In I WILLIAM OWENS HEATH JAMES GLADWYN THOMAS f EDWIN SILAS WELLS, JR. A Freshmen X' , WENDELL AURETIS BAUER ' CARL BRADLEY PALMER K. 5 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DUVALL DONALD MOCLURE PEEBLES V 5-1 GLEN JOHN HOLZBERGER DILLON LEWIS ROSS Z1 R ALBERT RUGGLES MATHIAS HARRY LEWIS SMITH ,A EDWIN BROOKFIELD MURPHY DELMAR EVERETT SPRINGER EF NATHANIEL ALEXANDER OWINOS NATHAN KNOX VAN OSDOL HA Q2 CASTLE W. ZARTMAN QQ rp VD I Three Hundred Fifty-two I Q r 1 ' .. I ' f - - -B FJ 4742? if QI. I 4,3fhw,,a4z6' 5SSl6RLm.- P. S . A , -..-HRA. -..AQ UTQQEQQQ IL LIOgv lvl RYA 4 A E. .E 513 F33 . E15 QS 'If' f 1 I 1 K +2 M 122 ' r ri 1 li 4 u 'E QE ki k ' .E QI? F" X13 45 La 5: in P4 I A L A 'Zi Lf lf? Q1 vi' 'f 1 P' 4 I Top Row-J. LEEMING, ROBERTS, BARNARD, ANDREWS, MILNER, PETERSON, VAN MN, Annnnslmnm-, uoucu, ' 'Q BRYAN, MANUEL. Second R010-STORMONT, Yourzcs, Morx-'E'r'r, wouc, srrmuss, 1-'nEnEnxc1csoN, .v.Mum-1n', HUNT. fipir 5 Third Row-Mm-mms, nANxEn, NELSON, ELDRIDGE, xmmn, nxcmmus, LEARY, umm, wE1,x.s, M.LEEMING, ffl Lg 'rnoMAs, Mc comvncx, HEATH. Tiff hid Bottom Row-PEEm.Es, cumny, VAN osnor., A.MA'rmAs, HOL-ZBERGER, noss, zAu1'MAN, SPRINGER, ruumrmn, iff.. gil owmcs, nAuEn, MURPHY, nuvnu.. GQ Qb ab n , 1 , , G I . E VAN . fm Three Hundred Fzfty-three I 1 V WI ig fin f-iii' A ,wg -N, - -. .- -.-, .- -fur-:---1-:rr-1-:L . fgm, ..,... ..,. . -A ..., :F-LM.. ,, ,,.,-,- fm ,,,.,,' ' 1 v 1 A-f ' v 1 -1-in f-- ' -' r ' ' 7:15-UAEYA7, 4SQLQ'.J5uC.L'ur " m'!1f' vgauv' ' v j-...M Qi5".f-S T5 I ' "v"""'-ifarsvf fm- ' ' ' ff - -fy ---.f-v -' L , A' 1 Al. ' , - . I QQIQVFW'-xve. "'i'lL4 QTHE 1922 1141410 It , . - , .W IRL.,-.TSISEQZQ 55 KAPPA SIGMA 4 Founded at University of Virginia 1867 . 1 I-4 P-I Q Eighty-Six Active Chapters .H , A A A V . i I I - IQ?-f' ' 595 ' I M! I io, 37 ' Vt "I ' I . . 1 I I . , I ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER I ' Established at Illinois 1891 E 21 I ' ' J MEMBERS IN FACULTY Z2 GEORGE A. HUFI-', B.S. HARRY MOHLMAN, B.S. f - HERBERT E. EASTLAOK, Ph.D. B. BOUGHTON, D.V.M. fs wb Gb H HERBERT F. MOORE, M.S. W. HALL, B.S. - H CHARLES E. BRADBURY, Ph.D. C. L. LUNDOREN, B.S. 4 D. W. CRABB, A.B. In Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 59 E Graduate ,l I K J C. W. RODEWALD, B.S. W - Seniors ' . 4 N A. BURKEYI GWINN4 J. E. MAOHAMER N gp HARRY L. BEEKMAN CHARLES H. NICHOLSON gm Q5 HENRY L. BEEKMAN ' W. B. MILLIKEN 4.6 A CLIFFORD B. GOULD .4 Juniors ,i MYRvEN F. GIFT FRED F. GEISS- .IQLBEIZEIT HAMMERSTEIN CEORDON Fi wGIN1jIS AY . OwERs ICHARD . ILL, R. I ' EUGENE A. EVANS M. EDWARD NELSON I 4 4 P. C. BAUJAN 1 1 Sophomores L1 , DUDLEY G. SMITH WILLIAM A. STEINWEDELL ,fi 5? A. THEODORE HALQUIST RAYMOND W. SIMONSON ff "1 HENRY J. SOHOEFFLER ROBERT SILsBY P' H TURNER D. MCCARTHY W. J. CASLER I E. R. KOEHLER A ' . , . Freshmen ' I RAY F. DOBBINS DALE E. CARTER N A ELMER W. GLAESER I HERBERT E. SCHAFER K' gg PHILLIP A. GLAESER RICHARD S. CORNELL M E. J. MCDONOUGH VIRGIL E. KLossNER Zi lm KARL A. NILSON FRED L. AUBREY my Ja J. R. FREDERICKSON FRANK W. WHEELER vi I BF '55 Three Hundred Fifty-four If ' Y 1 V ' 1 '-gr' ,y:v1,:--.7-4,,, 7, -tgw 'Ljg , ...Q ,s- l N -I A v-fb rr r - Y fx 9IwS.......,1s'..:e5:.- , f A f - ,,.,Lf.SA:.i'.'-4..er.f..f+I.c35Q x ..,x ' 7"T""-":+?i52Y,'f""""s'! Tffz L' ' f1"""iFr? A , ....f....f-QNw.,,,... - . Q SL: uTI,HQl1QQQILL1Qo JlJ5"W0'x. - , .- .:f'QNV4A X 'RF 2 e 1 M35 QD 910' I, ifql VF 5535 ' 'N'S1" Wi lg ,SHI M J A M I f , I 'Q 'ER '65 '62 8,5 F: s 1 4 T I l 2 V r 1 Y 4 In 'sz W Vg V' Nz Q l 1 fp 214 Q KY? gif f' Q sg H Q9 JB -4 V41 Eff Gag 4: Q5 2 3 . 1 I f ,. w if LJ EW H021 xo: Top ROW-MC DONOUGH, AUHRICY, SCUAFER, FRFIDFIRICKSON, CORNELL, WVHEELER. it SGCO'lld R010-MC CARTIIY, SMITH IIALQUIST, SCIl0l'l"FLER, SILSIKY, NILSON, CARTER, I GLAESER, STEINWEDELL. i4 1 Thi7'd R010-P. GLAESER, MC GINNIS NELSON, POXVFRS, EVANS, IIAMMERSTEIN, GEISS, SIMONSON, DOBBINS. ' V B0tt0lIL R010-YGIP'T, RODEWALIP, GHINY NICIIOLSON Ill FKMAN, MILLIKEN, BICICKMAN, MACIIAMER, BAUJAN, HILL. F r' W QQ rd K ' 4 E R 5.214 egg GE U an 'g in Tm-cc lima,-ed Fifty-me gg IM . V14 .7 D W 1 iv Fr r n 5 -:El , Q :M -gH- 17 !' , ,, 7 ' gQgzs.'-.331-.egsnefivnmQi'Q:KQC6DFeE,i.aQ!LIvmn.,-,.4..Q:R9.if.m. 'ET' , ' U, 7 W ,-1',.'f ,,.,,.,,, TI, TY- A 'H YV Y T Y Aii'.4.yyF,' ' ' far.: . QjQlmgv,v9f'1s?.f", 'YEA' oTI,1E,1Q2'2 ILL100 It :ef-'QTSRSIQQ L A 1 .3 S L I .LH L L . 4 I Q I 4 BI: PI-II KAPPA SIGMA .4 Q . I Founded at University of Pennsylvania 1850 A Thirty-One Active Chapters I A I Q 1 ' I E92 . , Q1 1 I QR'-:TI E ,I . -. ,VL I ' X 1 A A I I 4 ' I 4 In F2 F1 gg RHO CHAPTER QQ ' Established at Illinois 1892 H MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' g ' ' ARTHUR ROBERT CRATHORNE, Ph.D. CHRIS SIMEON RHODE, B.S. KS ARTHUR CUTTS WILLARD, Ph.D. PAUL NISLEY LANDIS, A.M. .xx Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ' Q9 p Graduate wh K AMOS HIRSCH, B.S. Seniors L PAUL MAURICE BROWN JAMES BRYANT MASON W3 ROBERT ARMINGTON IDE L W HOWARD HARBIN RATH WILLIAM AYTON ATERMAN III" rf' :gf FJ Juniors P' 1 ' GLENWOOD HAIGH KERSHAW ARTHUR BURNAM DURHAM R I' 1 THOMAS MORGAN BEAUMONT FRANCIS MERRILL BEATTY k RICHARD WENDELL REICHLE KENNETH DENNETT I l CARL FREDERICK HARMS ALLAN EDGAR BULLEY I 4 1 ROY MILLER BELNAP HAROLD GREGORY ATHERTON l ! QRTHUR Sg,MON CIEABOT JIIIOWAREJ EMZLEY IRWIN , 4 I RANCIS EWELL RINNELL OHN ARL ARRETT ,J MELVIN CARL CARLSON EDWARD MILTON ENRIGHT tif, go? WILLIAM KENNETH SPENCE BERTRAND TARRANT HAMMOND fi GEORGE AUGUST HARTUNG ARTHUR FAY MEEKS ' Sophomores . I 'QHEODIQIGE ANDREWS DAVIDSON gARL FRIIEDERICKBSTUEBING ETH ARREN YAN ANIEL ETTER ASH A I ' ROWLAND HILL MURRAY HOYT JAMES HEPBURN R QRQEJLD MAURICE LETTIE GEORGE CLINTONLCUTLER K, ' . ENNING JAMES BULLEN ATTA Q Freshmen EDWARD WILLIAM MASON JOHN ALLING KEITH M lip! FRANK ROBERT HARMS WEBSTER HARRISON SHARP ,W ROBERT GILBERT WILLIAMS KENNETH PENN KROESEN ,dq M3 MAURICE COOPER LATTA CHARLES EUGENE WATERMAN Q qu Three Hundred Fifty-six I fb K5 I' I V i KL I A Cm 1922 uuoo ii! M gm .. F 5115 rf: E5 iff" Q , .w 57 K , 4 X I 1 1 M 1 1 if 2 i 7 1 4 u N Q Q, ',, ,A - fm? in? r gg 1 F1 A ik Qi? Q2 . . . ., W gm l A I l B Q can pf ilk pi 'AS F K A x f 1 I ' 1 FJ E, sf? Ffa 331 lf1 , 1 1 , :PJ 1 5 Top Row-cuumn, Mummy, mNmuu'r, 1mNNxNc, E. MASON, .1.x.A'r'rA, s'rLmn1Nc, mwnw, DAv1nsoN, RYAN. 27 js HAMMOND, F.uAnMs, w1m.1AMs, REYNOLDS, c. r,A'r'1-A, Mun, wmmcs, xnorasmr, smmr. ,.-1 L Q Second Raw-Lm"r1E, rmvmmrr, nAsH, mwm, mm'ruNo, IXEATTY, nunHAM. fi Third R010-SPENCE,'BULLEY, c. xmmvxs, crmnom-, cmNNm.1,, DENNETT, CARLSON. 6553 Bottom Row-BELNAP, nEAuMoN'r, mznsxmw, nmsou, nnowN, ruvm, wA'rmnMAN, mn, RHICIILE, xcmru. U U K my yn K , Three lI1md'rz'd Fift1l-seven X313 Fgghwls--H ,7- .7N:-I-6-rf-,,y ,A W fmnvgjvingii,-up l, g5f,ff5+?gi5v'f.,g':'Tf: I?r5E3g7Sj 1' ,L -.:,.. 'Mai:5H: 'A F ' 'P ' f --Hivarsvf "-'41 7 A" rf ' Y - f-f - - - - - rw- - " L , A' 1 Al. ' S: - ' ' Q ' ,gjtwvvf-x1?.f" :YSL-1 OTHE 1QQQ HMO., .QT . - , .'Y'Z93'l'49IilN1CQ .E .E GW A PHI DELTA THETA '74 EQ Q Founded at Miami Univeansnlty 1848 Sl -N Eighty-Nine Active Chapters K A R - A . f - l gg A I4 dai Y '75-, ' 2. 1 .V-I - T- I 1 '. ' V' r A X A , ' , I 1 Q Y 1 7 I 1 Eg ETA CHAPTER Q, QQ Established' at Illinois 1893 Q MEMBERS IN FACULTY w 1 . I ERNEST E. BEARG. A.B. FRANK WALDRIDGE DEWOLF, B.S. ' 1' ' ' NEIL CONWELL BROOKS, Ph.D. EVARTS BOUTELL GREENE, Ph.D. ' ' gg CHARLES ERNEST CHADSEY, JUSTA MORRIS LINDGREN, B.S. VM :Aj Ph.D., L1tt.D. WILLIAM ABBOTT OLDEATHER, Ph.D. ., fx ARTHUR BYRON CORLE, Ph.D. WARREN ALBERT RUTH, Ph.D. H Q9 HARRISON EDWARD CUNNINGHAM, JOEL STEBBINS, Ph.D., D.Sc. Q W'-', A.B. GEORGE PHILLIP TUTTLE, B.S. K 11 Graduate KW 4 MARION M. HART m Seniors M R3 ROBERT J. COLSON BURLEIGH B. SEYMOUR gag JOHN C. 'RALSTON NILES B. SMITH - P, JOHN M. MITCHELL WERNER F. VON BINZER gf 1 GEORGE G. WATERS Q Juniors ' F I gRANKWG.BAMsRARY EARRY WMKIIZLLEY I OYD . ULLOOR ERDERT . ENNEY l I JOHN A. FLANNIGAN JAMES W. MACDONAIID I I I CHARLES C. GRIFFIN WILLIAM G. SHURTZ - 4 I CARLETON G. HOWE DON L. TAzE L1 ,S WILEY E. HUNT JOSEPH C. WALKER ,f, gf? ALBERT E. WUESTEMAN fi X' Sophomores If I I JOSEPH G. .BURRIS DON FULLER4 Y ROBERT P. CORTIS ' JAMES N. JANSEN , VI JACK E. COYLE GLENN S. RALSTON N RUSSELL SMITH In Freshmen W 13 LLOYD D. COLSON ROLAND RATHBUN ,M GREY TUTHILL GEORGE W. STOUT H4 HUGH FEGHTMAN DWIGHT D. THOMAS QF JOHN R. WALKER 15'5 GD db al I O Three Hundred Fifty-eight r 1 r' I A U Sa F' W ga P3 lg . H T x I L 1 rj DJ: 5 T P N I v 4 '22 QD Q6 'Z27 Ffh G3 be '1 l l L W 1, J QQ? 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BOYER, D.D. , ' I X B. SMITH HOPKINS, Ph.D. LIEUTENANT CI-IAUNGEY BENNETT, U.S.A. W 'E' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY M Senio W H Ts +-.v FRANCIS M. WRIGHT REUBEN G. CARLSON tg HUGH W. CRosS GEORGE H. EBERSPACHER N, Le: STEWART D. DANIELS JOHN B. BUTLER R Juniors ' P ' THEoDoRE E. FROMMANN DEWEY A. ERICSSON 4 ' I BRUCE W. JOHNSON WILLIAM BARBER I I , I WILLIAM L. NOELLE ARTHUR A. SQUIER 4 I 1' WESLEY K. WETTERGREN REX H. SEILER - 1 'fl JAMES K. BROOKS L . If if Q Sophomores H' JOHN F. LAWDER THOMAS T. GARTH If MORGAN BUFORD CARTER D. PEEBLES , , CAROL RosAIRE . KENTON R. WRIGHT Y JAMES W. GRATH, JR. DWIGHT H. RUH N , A Freshmen ' I .W JOHN J. MOUNTZ GEORGE H. McELRoY EDWARD E. MCLAREN SHELBY BUI-'oRD Z1 GEORGE J. MGLENNAN IRvIN W. ROZENE he -b ..- Ell EDWARD P. EASLEY HARVEY 'HOPKINS :fi ff HERMAN G. HELMLE JAMES K. JoNES F! Q2 MILTON H. DAILY QQ I I I Q Three Hundred Sixty A I 1 ' A 7 I .ii--..l...1......,,,,v,.,. ,,,,,,,Nw--Mn 1 .,.., -,,-,,,.. . 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A ,,.,,, , ,,,,,-,M. -.,,A.,. . ., , -,- ,V 4 'iffy fww "si,5.,,,,jj7'z1"":"a-jjv"'+-7-'AL """ V f':r:1:yggfii?iNiIiTii':''TF'""i"-"1'L-Qy -515-gf' yn? 1 Q4 -A1 ' Q' 12 Jam? x4 S?eL1-v 'F-M. - M-fff4A,H9f1M'-?Q5f3fi?il5 s A' ' "- f f-iqvrsr '---' T" 7 " ' A - -.- r'1 - L , A 1 I ' ' ' Q QXQNWWASRW "9 SL: o'I'1.1Q192Q1LL10o Aft' . -53 ZQZQSM ,QQ l I PI-II GAMMA DELTA W L t Q Founded at Washington and Jeferson College 1848 gl .V Sixty-Three Active Chapters 'X A A I E , Ill: ,M -A ' . -ITQX 5, I7 I ' fl X . 7 . I I W 1 I ' I gl CHI IOTA CHAPTER I, kj Established at Illinois 1897 Adi? V I MEMBERS IN FACULTY U .P N DAVID KINLEY, Ph.D., LL.D. GEORGE A. GOODENOUGH, M.E. H , . JAMES M. WHITE, B.S. JOHN DETLEFSON, D.Sc. , m ARTHUR H. DANIEL, Ph.D. JOHN L. ERB, F.A.G.O. f STEPHEN A. FORBES, Ph.D., LL.D. JOSEPH E. BURGESS, B.S. AQ ELMER HOLBROOK, E.M. CRAIG HAZELET, B.S. ,- -Q Q9 FRED B. SEELY, M.S. . Q K ! MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY YJ I K ' Seniors . . H CHARLES DUNCAN MGGREGOR WILLIAM GODDARD BREWSTER I gp JAMES DICK GIBSON FLOYD CONWAY LARIMER QD V EARL HENRY LEMENAGER Juniors Q gi HAROLD CROCKER ECKART JAMES STREATOR POTTER gl, N EDWARD LAWRENCE HUBBELL RALPH FARADAY SPICER A JOSEPH LOREN CAVINS ALDEN GALLOP ROAGH F I SHARLESMHENRY EHELLER ?UGEN'li1 DUNCAIE FUNK I ONALD ILTON RB I OHN HOMAS IRSON ' E 1 ALLMON GRANT FORDYGE I I Sophomores ' I :fl WILLIAM ARTHUR LEMENAGER CARL REINHOLD BROMM Ea' 59? CLARENCE HERMAN MEYER MARVIN GEORGE PROBST Q5 '1 HENRY EBERT WURST WILLIAM CHISHOLM STUEES P' I g7ERN0N IWILMOT HEINRY .EOHN WIARDELL SQVWYER I AMUEL OVERIDGE ARTIN I EORGE EONARD OWLER , JOHN MOCULLOUGH FOSTER JOHN BEARD WASHBURN I , ANDREW GLIDDEN BRADT CARROLL WILSON BRADSHAW .1 , Freshmen 1 5 GEORGE RAYMOND KENNEDY MERLE EUGENE MAKEEVER is NORMAN LESLIE TOWLE MERRILL KING DUBAOH Z1 pd, HARRY MAKEEVER ROBERT LOGKWOOD SWEET W HARRISON HUGH FERRIS ' HAROLD LEROY TowLE gig U3 JAMES ROLLIN MOGREGOR I l I I qu l I Three Hundred Sixty-two in r 'I r I fi Q-:if 'iifai'-:vl,' 'x' A 'g ' " "fi-,Q '2"'f1 Qgf--,-.' :,:jf '5- 1 " ' I' -E-5 i 'h 1 9 2 2 I L I, 1 O '9 Eiqfilli 1511-B 5 f-fu-img-f-W W C in t ,E ak . 91? Vp vp! fs? 77-Z' I -+1 .Vu Fa f xii I P A11 '-'Rf .4 M ff! Nia '91 Qs F VI P V 1 N XM! , R, r H? fab 4 PM bg- 'T rzff 'zzrw qw EP' U g U ff , AQ N if Qu? 'iff 'i P A, I Xi life aiu r. 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SL. .- ,SLI OTI,.1E1QQ'2 ILLIQQ It . . -.f12ea..f-SQISSQZQQ 33 W .. .E I SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON "3 M fi Founded at University of Alabama 1856 'H Ninety-Two Active Chapters ' K A Lx I I A 1 I I I 1 4 54 EQ sg S3 r,! fl I ' 1 I I I 1 , . ,eg BETA CHAPTER Q kg Established at Illinois 1898 gif 6 MEMBERS IN FACULTY 6 N OSCAR A. LEUTWEILER, M.E. WALTER C. COFFEY, M.S. H ' ' CHARLES M. MCCONN, A.M. FREDERICK N. EVANS, A.B., M.L.A. I 1 gg I ROBERT E. MCCORMACK, A.B. gg MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate: I I OWEN MCINTOSH BURNS kv A Seniors W JEROME BRUNER GRIGG ALLEN AMEROSE SIMMON 6 gg GREENE SMITH FITZHUCH HOWARD HUDSON BENTLEY gg GEORGE' VICTOR BUCHANAN, JR. MAYNARD HOLDING RAOGIO p" NIOEL DOEELL CAMPBELL EARL WILSON HOMAN Aga 4 , . 1 ' Junzors R H GEORGE FERRIS WATSON AJOSEPH MERLE LYND I MARION FOWLER COOLLEY IRVING GAYLE BARTLETT ' RUDOLPH FAGERBURG WILLIAM FRANKLIN SMITH ' 5 KVILLARDGT. CUNIENGHAM i'TEWAgT BENEDICT WEST I 1 , OBERT ARNER RAHAM RED URNER , , Sophomores 1 1292, DONALD WESLEY HOOTON CHARLES EDWARD WHITING Q!! iq THEODORE PRESTON BOURLAND JOHN RUSSELL YOUNG ' if '11 JAMES BARTON SMITH EDWARD FREDERICK LETHEN, JR. P I WBERT ELUFORD EIOLETTE IEENNET? Enwaxenl CORNELL ALTER HURCH YE ' DWIN OHN ONNOR f , C R M E Freshmen E G w ARL OSWELL C LVAIN ARL W. ASTHOFF 'H RALPH CARSWELL MCELVAIN WILLIAM PRICE LINDLEY K' MILTON FREDERICK BARKOW ROBERT HARRISON CROWDER Q MILTON SANFORD ANCIER JOHN SHEPARD, JR. Q WILLIAM MARTIN LISCOM W. FRANKLIN JAMES ,W RICHARD B. SARGENT EDWIN WARREN ,iff iff - GLENN HOWE JOSEPH 1117 Q H I I r I Three Hundred Sixty-four r I I 1 L , K9Z ki5, .'63!521u-3J'31Q'EE-r95CSSKCI6iSf i?21R'44N , 'W . IA CEf??1Qjf HIL, QTHQ 1922 ILUQU 'ff' 339: ,kbyj 3 tx' ns EH: sw 55 S124 ,H F... l Q-4 gl .Vi WZ A f'. K ' 5 , A i I U 4 w -,J L.. , , si: 202 t Q1 V1.4 r iv V 1' V 1 pg , . 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Graduate Y., , FRED WARD ALWOOD H Seniors H QQ CHARLES VINSON ARNOLD ELMER ALFRED MUHS :IQ Egg PHILIP'HENRY DONOHOE HORATIO ALLINOHAM PORTER SP2 DONALD KENNETH KISSINGER IvORY QUINEY Q N KENNETH SOLOMON LEWIS JOHN ARMAND STEINMETZ iq, 4 ELMER WILLIAM MARX -SIDNEY WADE A Juniors A I OSCAR DAVID BLUTHARDT WILLIAM DOUGLAS MOLAIN I A GEORGE LAVERNE CHANDLER RUSSELL MANSFIELD I ROBERT CARY HAYES DONALD O'CONNOR PYKE 1 I JAMES MANDELI, LEWIS WILLIAM HENRY RODGERS L1 '29, HERMAN WILLIAM STEIN Q. E Sophornores E! X ARNOLD ORVILLE BECKMAN THOMAS EDWARD MCCANN WILLIAM BERRARD HINOKE ' DAVID GALERAITH SMITH I PAUL CUNLIFFE SWEET I ' W W l Freshmen I gg KENNETH GATES ANDERSON JOHN CYRUS LENTZ FREDERICK HENRY EBERSOLD CHARLES BENNETT LEWIS Z! ng JOHN THOMAS CLARK ROLLIN RAYMOND RIPPBERGER ,H HARMON PHILLIPS HAYES WARREN PRESSLEY WIERMAN ' ' Th,-fc Hundred sim-Him ' ' VA A r '1 v 1 KYJ W ' 'ff Efii a E H sua fl' t"fs F. 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LOWELL QUICLEY NEEDLER JOHN HARVEY ZIMMERMAN X1 Sophomores Y ' 5' I Y THEODORE FRANKLIN COLLIER 1 HARRY STANLEY JAlCKS I A CLARENCE WILLIAM BOWEN WILLIAM THEODORE MOFFET , JOHN CHRISTIAN FUNK GOODLOE MOORE N A Freshmen, K. iq EDWARD HAROLD BINGHAM ALI-'RED HOFFMAN HIATT nz kg DONALD PARTRIDGE BUCHANAN DAVID WHEELER KIMBALL Z' ROBERT CASS CLEMENTS DONALD DEAN MCCORMICK 5 N 'CARL MOORE CREAMER EUGENE FIELD ENGLAR gig Qli MAX DUNNING A LEON ETNYRE Q un A Three Hundred Sixty-eight fkl if ,- , '.4""D 'W 'V ' Y-D 23' 'Stud -: - s-'-Y'-tv rv-'LA' T3:.'sZr,194g'f.iDiS', i 'ggi1l! !EIZ2L,..m-Ifikieblm-i 5:,t,fs4et,4QIQED I' ffvf"""if11i:" "TT, , ' 1 '-----,v f-" 'VA--V--of W- V - fyx 3 1- . --H f -, V- -V f Y. W, rffwif.-'ff' wr? -4-.5i:MV"-' ?f'1?f"' :-2 'Dfw 'V' TY . , if Xzkfgfw, -qw'-ffu.v,,f ,---,--,-o.' ,. L zo X wi. 19 'PQ U 1 1065 f 'f ' X, LH A-""-+A" "'K 'W ' ' "'-- -----'v--4- -1 '-J 4 J V V V V L. 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'2 o " J -o ' 1 -A -, .Sw 4,1 3 mrfuyx V . 1 V... . .X., V .H:.i-M Mi C "- Y --iatvsv--f - 7 T-F 'S J V' i f - -r - - - -W I I, , ..... -I-IEISSQW' . xfiauiqf ', QMPYNE-'S F'-1 DTI-121922 ILLIOS -1 1 .E F nes BETA THETA PI gm Q Founded at Miami University 1839 My -.H Eighty-One Active Chapters K A R "E, ! 1 1 I ' g . I :n rg A Bbn I gf, S2 fi . E -' 5. I ! 4 I . . 1 I W 1 I ' SIGMA RHO CHAPTER J Established at Illinois 1902 gy MEMBERS IN FACULTY M. WILLIAM S. BAYLEY, Ph.D. ROBERT J. HIMMELRIGHT, A.B. E5 H THOMAS J. CAMP, A.M., Maj. U.S.A. KENNETH M. MCKENZIE, Ph.D. H , . FRANK W. CLIPPINGER, M.A. CULLEN W. PARMELEE, B.S. Y ROBERT GRAHAM, D.V.N. THOMAS E. SAVAGE, Ph.D. I ggi MARION B. HARLAND, B.S. ELMO S. WATSON, A.B. A QQ MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors K i JOHN M. NIEI-IAUS, JR. ROBERT STREIILOW W ' ' ARTHUR N. BRABROOK GEORGE H. MUCOE , 4 SHELDON K. TURNER HERBERT N. EWING H Q EDWIN A. DYSON J. HAWLEY WII,SON gm gg GEORGE M. KLEDER, JR. FOSTER M. POOLE iv PHILIP S. LORD RICHARD D. COUGHANOUR, JR. Zig NED H. MCCORMACK .SQ I D 1 Juniors . R H EDWARD C. HAYS CHARLES E. BOWEN P I 4 HOWARD W. HARMAN JOSEPH R. PATTEN, JR. 4 I CYRUS B. STEWART HERBERT B. WHITE I 4 L LYLE C. BROWN JEROME K. FLAHERTY l JOHN R. GREEN HEMAN J. WHITTIER, JR. I ' PA SCOTT R. NEGLEY AENER H. BOWEN L1 ,ba EUGENE M. MCCOLM ALAN B. CAMERON Q! R1 Sophomores 'X-! wi' EDWIN C. TUKEY EARL W. DOUBET If 1 EDWARD O. BOSHELL J R B D. BEACH CARRE , AMES . RYANT V Freshmen X' 1 A FRANCIS L. WILSON FRANCIS A. SENG K- gg JUDSON GILBERT RICHARD F. KOCH 3, is CLARENCE T. DRAYER THORNTON P. JONES Z1 gn, KENNETH L. DYNES ARTHUR V. AQUART ,Eg 34 FRANKLIN P. JOHNSON EDWARD J. RICHARDS qu as FRANCIS G. BICHL' FRANCIS M. RICH qu IE 'N Three Hundred Seventy IM r 'I ' vi I W'N1,- ' v ry - MY , 7-1 Qt-N - A 9 Q-Q--1's -7' x r'w,-X 9Z'I2Ia4,SiSlL,SFgi.'S'. m?3',1GEiSJn-N8JQ1wF'P5f?ECE2ZiEI4IfiIaHahg-,z3:5.3,44Q9IGZQ - r ...x A ,. 4 I . ..., W L., K L, VV , 1 2"7"' ' 7" - 5'7"-' 1 --- W- , -- 'Q v ' A " 1 ' "Wh ' " ' , L1?1TiTi:f1-':'-fQ+--'- -fr-vague?-'L J'o2'fr.qq,X 'Fu vo - -xv' ff- -.f:+Av::- QA-' Q . f- . A 1 . ..- - . - ,A-.. , ggrfi-X, - . gf? M o P' f OTHL 1922 ILLIO0 A 14332 'LW W if W 4 1 QF Er? X? 'J x If PF!! Vg! Qgrf 5... V-A N1 Ya Q w X L ' 58, nm ' Pi. L 4 A N 5 I , 4 X 'of -2.24 nd ,- llq' , . 'R ya ' N Yr I 117 ' 1 ?4 Q5 PJ Q3 A , ,.,. A ""'f'fM EPT :Er ww . U ' 53 , ,.., , . Gm 223 'H M JL, 4' Q QS JAN x ffm My 'Q K' 6 N ' x 1, SL -.. W if If f RY! .h 1 ka 11' 2 A . , , M Rn, am X, wg xx .' P171 5.5 ss? M 'Q' , Q' W ' 4 ' 'fl 'ZH ig ' 9.1 gi H' r, ai? gi-i If. lil Ei? a M5 in ,Q - . 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S' Q Founded at Vrrginw Military Institute 1869 Eighty-Four Active Chapters ff' K I I A 1 V, "1 f ak 4 j -4' if 1 " ' I zf "I kg sg fn" 1 Y A 5 ' A if.-Q. v ' -,f . .- ' 1 D I L-....QQy..-" l 1 y I Eg GAMMA MU CHAPTER Q3 Established at zzzmmzg 1902 EE MEMBERS IN FACULTY E5 H GORDON S. WATKINS, Ph.D. L. C. DILLENBAGH, M.A. 5' ' - G. W. PICKELS, C.E. C. R. McANLIs, C.E. ' ' ,N F. A. Russm., Ph.D. s. P. STEWART, B.S. rm , ' G. W. CUPIT, JR., B.S. My Q9 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY K li Seniors W , R A. COWELL D. W. S'rocKHAM . . R. E SPANGLER T. H. UTLEY ll C. C. RUSSELL H. L. HUGHES E. B. BAKER A. H. FEssLER QQ rg W. B. RUSSELL W. M. MCFARLAND W E. H. WETHERELL R. M. EATON '1 , D. M. EATON R. H. GORRELL sl, - J. H. Buss, Jn. - f I Juniors I ' . C. M. SMITH W. E. HAZELRIGG I V E. B. MALLERS L. E. WALKER I L D. B. MURRAY R. S. HOLSON 1 , ' F. J. QUINN H. W. HARDXNG ' I .J D. c. PMN K. D. H. BALDWIN gg H. H. GRAHAM R. S. BAUMUNK ff, "1 Sophomores I' J. S. PoLLocK H. J. BROWN f A W. J. WELSH ' W. U. BARDWELL f J. F. MGLEAN L. W. MURPHY I P. T. GREEN R. W. BRAMBERG v Freshmen , W E. M. SGHWEMM O. F. LYMAN E KZ H. G. ASTIEFENHOEFER A. B. BALCH Z1 Q A. S. Hon' G. W. SHERMAN ,A 135 J. E. JOHNSTON F. W. LANG ,TIS C. E. MALLERS I. M. CRAIG 1555 M M. FLICKENGER Q I ' ' k 4 My Three Hundred Sciaentu-two :Lv ' ' N x 1 . f X , -. "-- W "inf--iz -'--t:'r:,:: 3. "--'A-Afggffm f--'-v--s-f-- "A' ' " ' "' -'jfji ' :A".:.i'T'jj'i"i'j ' A ' ' M V,-A,-33 W- Y , - N rm, -2.5 - img 1922 ILLIOQ J ff o i ME W Hi 'f W Nl W fx fig! IV ' QV' A 1 J 1 r ' NF ww 1 V' '4 13 : 911.4 V H oi 'M V ,lm Wg. 2 gsm "qw K M o gli Wig! 'L 1. 2, 1 x , if M 2 Q EN 'QU Rig ax . X bun il' fi! 3 W1 QI ffl' vel 1 XNYHSII ,? thx.-1 'P ml 4 WV FQ Sw 'o f T' 'Jia ,VET W H. I ,H ci rw do ww, B Q N L1 , yiifz? y ' '4 ' ' V 'V v wif.: N WN 1- X' Wx 512+ :fr ' I7 ,f."' W W ' XQXYAY i- Q Mig F1 l 'Rug M Y xiii? 'ev Q5-fy hi ,QI-1 x'I'4 x Lv W 5 I 'yffll lm!! i,:.q Mi' f? ' , Vx? Hifi wid: mtv ' JJ, -,'. 1 v:1 :Dx 'FW o iff. 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M'-'f""?'i5SF47f -P'1'G"f5i xi QQWS Qielfgeffafsi ' if f ' f I'1"gv-,v-'-'-""v-g-!'y f ff' "f f 1 A f " , ---fy ' , , 2.4,-QSN...,.. - . . ru: STUQ 199-2 Hugo .rt'5wa-X., , "S..1'2R3!.f'f H H ,Ing PSI UPSILON :is - Founded at Union College 1888 E Ei Twenty-Six Active Chapters Fl .VI . S A A I I 5 I i I I I' I I I I I 1 r I 4 In GE' I I Epi OMHCRKQN CHAPTER N Established at Illinois 1910 at M MEMBERS IN FACULTY FRED HENRY RANKIN, B.S. FREDERICK GREEN, A.B., A.M., LL.B. Pi gg BURDETTE Ross BUCKINCHAM, CHARLES MELVILLE MOSS, 9 M A.B., A.M., Ph.B., Ph.D. A.B., A.M., Ph.D. M ' 'j JOHN NORTON POMEROY, A M., LL.B. K MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY , l Seniors 5 Q Q KENNETH BRUCE CUSHMAN HAROLD RECINUS PINCKARD W gg JOHN CLARENCE DEPLER f JOHN TREDWELL, JR. 2:11 RODNEY STARKWEATHER MASON WILLIS VAN PELT Vu ARTHUR LAWRENCE GENUNG -ga ' Juniors ' F H CHARLES ROSLYN CARNEY PHILIP AUGUSTIN INGWERSEN I JOHN JACOB EMRICK ROBERT SUDDUTH MCCORMICK I I ' HENRY HERBERT EVANS THOMAS SHANKS MCKEOWN I I RALPH WALDEMAER GOTHARD WALTER IRVING TENNEY J ' THOMAS CLINTON HULL DONALD MCGILL WARREN , I DONALD CAMERON FRANKLIN L' IIS? Sophomores 54 FRANK HARLEY AITKIN ARTHUR COLE HUMPHREY r- H CARL HOWE, JR. MAURICE TAYLOR MCGILL If I I ARTHUR SHERWOOD JONES , FRANKLIN KOEEN PATTON Y RUSSELL SCOTT h A ' Freshmen N DWIGHT ALLEN CARLSEN HARVEY PRESLEY SIX 'p ROBERT MAHLON CLARK JAMES WILLIAM STEVENS, II K' .YZ DONALD SINCLAIR HUCKINS GEORGE TORRANCE RICHARD CASTLE INGWERSEN ALLEN ERASTUS TOWNE 5 lg DELMAR LEROY KROEHLER RICHARD LEE WHEELER gi STEWART EATON MILLER PAUL WARREN YARROW all 'II' 'IV I Three Hundred Seventy-four IAN I 'I " ' SSRN ', f ---- - ----- -------l+-f--.i- "" fi- A -' "" "A ' " if"-1.1 "7"'f1f"-:Tow 7--1 o' """'-ff-1'6xV"o 'wx vw -Y' '15fff" oo'N1':"'Qf""w'-"' Y' ' QP -M-f'-'Q'N-vfo - - P'-J omg 1922 uuow K I K A W W Q A I I .E EE gn? gi: 55 y'?'4 N1 :fi gr .H H. rx 4 R I A 1 L n '2 if '. :fit si! 4 V U s 1 f l 4 h 22 S: l x1 ....-., -- Y' "' . W W 1 1 4 V QF Q? it r 1 ZS M SEZ? 1 u I W W F if W Fw 5:5 F4 L ,X Ea mr: '1 I' 5 A x ' I 1 ! Q1 P L FJ 5' SG? 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IL' OTHQ 1922 ILLIQQ .QT I - , .E nh 3 PHI KAPPA PSI I-4 A P-I Fi Founded at Washington and Jefferson College 1852 H . k Forty-Eight Active Chapters M A K f A . i I Ig , IJ ' ' ' A-fffj-ff' , H Q 4 1IrKiIia ,gl 223 f . 'E ' L V4 I I m f".l': . 1 U I "U , , I ' 1 r " --lf" 4 In 9 . Q3 DELTA CHAPTER Eg Established at zzzmois 1904 We MEMBERS IN FACULTY at I MADISON BENTLEY, Ph.D. R. B. MILLER, M.s., A.B. dv ARTHUR HAMILTON, Ph.D. FRANK LINCOLN STEVENS, M.S.,Ph.D. A! AUSTIN HARDINC, B.S. LOCKWOOD TowNE, Ph.D., B.S. Q9 Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY T, K Graduate , . LAWRENCE VAN NESS , Q Q Seniors QE MAURICE W. EVANS WILLIAM F. LOCKWOOD W DOUGLAS R. FAY FRANCES S. RONALDS W1 H - Juniors Q Q W. D. DONAHUE ' LEO J. MEIS F P. B. BASS, JR. HAROLD W. WALKER 1 J. A. MCKAMY MARTIN C. HANSEN V 4 I 1 THADIUS C. MOONEY HOMER I. MCELDOWNEY I ARCHIE K. MACMASTER FRED A. DENCER I , , CARTER H. HENRY , i 'JJ Sophomores ti.- sfa RICHARD H. PENTECOST OSCAR T. CLEVIDENCE fi Q THOMAS E. MUELLER ' ROBERT M. MOUNT 5' I , JOSEPH C. GODFREY, JR. MALCOLM C. CATLIN ' I GEORGE L. BENNETT A THOMAS DONAHOE ' r PAUL T. ANDERSON ADELBERT C. B'AUR - , W I RALPH TURNBULL w ' A Freshmen K- Q VALDEMAR C. LARSEN JAMES H. STOUT FRED E. NAGLE JOHN H. WILSON Z KARL C. OSTRUM CHARLES B. JUDAH 'gf gag RANDALL E. BURNS PHILIP D. PORTERFIELD ,gag Q5 DUANE C. SPEERS JAMES S. KEENAN 1 DEVEREUX L. BOWLY , if W Th v fp , ree Hundred Seventy-sw V. W IL! . 1 '-W Q v 7 7 - -3 - ' A Q - - -cf I if 1 r - 1 yx 169157335-349 iQED.'L'1Er9'iCS!iS9.'F Aizithg-.riie:g,,-44,mTGEQ 6555 - ' ., ,,,,.7.Jg"LfTI"T'TLffiffC "Q1if'3'fi."f7'f-' """'A""" """ " ' f'N2aV ,mf , -. V, --,u,--.--,QQYQQQ lem 'X----- A , H" 'A' N114 Mi A5135 ' gr L 9 li If! Fi avg tgp'-4 N , V. f an Q W K-v -.1, V' "r Wi Pt 4: HSA aitl gg 'ETX J. f ici A 1 gif? 41 WS! K! 'pg I 2 '24 W QA figf? ljg Q1 PQI!!! I , Wa ii? my 61 r J QS: , 1 rd '11 lg-1 fd, bo ? L E ,. , f:1fif.N V ww- if? 'EI' ' ' :'4 WF 5? '. , LBJ iw 'P gui ' mu XE GB . 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PIR QTHQ 1922 ILL10 rl . - I EEsa'l'-'FQIQSIOIQIQ I S52 Si 5.3 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON QQ Q Founded at Yale University 1844 ,Q Forty-Three Active Chapters 'X A A A I AT.-- .N l A I . 'O5 I I A vs M5 I :mm Ri U 1 A'-- V1 I A k I V 4 ' I DELTA PI CHAPTER dip Established at Illinois 1904 fi , . MEMBERS IN FACULTY my MAURICE HENRY ROBINSON, Ph.D. MORGAN BROOKS, M.E. QI CHARLES ALTON ELLIS, A.B. 5:4 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I Grdduates Sai H MARVIN NICHOLS, B.S. C. W. KREGER, B.S. gg I Seniors QQ EDMOND LYMAN CHILDS ROBERT LOCKE HASBROOK 4 Q 7 RALPH EMERSON FLETCHER JULIAN EDWARD MBE ,A 1 ROBERT HARRY FLETCHER JOSEPH SUTTON MOHR Q Q ARNOLD CHENEY SHOOP I F I 1 Juniors 4 1 HAROLD EDGAR CADWELL MILTON CLYDE RICHARDS, JR. I 1 I GEORGE WOODRUI-'F DIEEENDERFER u HERBERT ALFRED RUHL , g I RAYMOND ZOLLER HENLE BEN THOMAS SHAW - 1 ,J LAURENCE EVERETT KLINE STUVESANT CHATTERIS SMITH L log! ALBERT WILLIAM TERRY MOHR SIDNEY WANZER QS! Q HENRY OVIATT REITSCH RUSSELL FINLEY WHARTON P' I I Sophomores ' ' 'f I r MARK ANTHONY GARRISON HUGH MACKELLAR ROBINSON LOUIS EDWARD MOHR EDWIN PERRILL SHOOP I, In WILLIAM CARNE PHELPS RALPH FREDERICK SORTOR Q Freshmen R ROBERT BRENT AYRES HAROLD SHAW HINCKLEY 31 fi? , ILLIAM ERBERT LINGMAN OBERT LLIOTT C ORMICK h A W H C R E M C 3' ,F JOHN JACKMAN HEATH DAVID QUIGG PORTER gag Q2 IAQ Three Hundred Seventy-eight fb P A1 VA! REI'Sz..MSJ'?f2?Iw5s,..f Yfcggfgivv. Qgztfftrnszsisiesmn . QEQQQQILLKDQ 4m2amis:sw2ifTT QQ ig 1 .v if 'N A K IA iw P Afr M .,4 L r w -' 'ig' 25 I? V' P w Y Ll lg ul 'H V ' """ 'LL 'lfg-.-1nYM.',,:f Q ,Gif 24 ...-Q P-:4 V 5 'llx 5 1 H 35 E4 .E V574 fi? 145 : L vi fa I Q sf? ' . . " ' .I M "V-V - " nl -t-. N, . I , . 1 , .. , ., W.. - . -.-... , .cu 7 W Top Row-A.w. MOIIR, nlsvnmml-In WVANIIR cu wrm., SMITH, WXIIARTON, RUIIL, mrrsclr N 'X ' Second Row--mcuAnns, n.r:. I-'LI'.TLlllR LIIIIIS x -woov, NIEIC, uxsmzooli, lu.lNlc, n. H. 1-llrcmn V ,H Third Row--J. Molm, IIENLE, E. suoor- nonuxsox PIIFIPQ I.. Mom: CARRISON, SHAW. , 3 Bottom R010-CLINGMAN, nmol IF! Ponrrn Axnm sm COIUIICI 1mA1'u, sonrorc. E , , KS 22 liz? le' ig? EL ' V I I I I i Three Hundred Seventy-nine 'Ax Iii rr Ta' ' W 'iv' " Mgwfgexll' .- . fxl.1!:ElLL.!f" "S T 13195-xi F? '5f.riQs.QL6'M5t-f.,M...-1.f4i?,1.-.w..........,.Q , ' Y " ' 1 A-' A 'I v- v--- gr vw-gr 1 - A 1 .4 .i N- A- ' ' QQ3i'9V+V9'Nn9 "S by oTj,1Q1QQQ ILLIQ.. .QT . - , ?2'lR.v.'i'f-fslislzg It I7 .E .. I ACACIA is Founded at University of Michigan 1904 ' Twenty-Sim Active Chapters ' R A K I A I i I f I . I4 I 1 . 4 I I , , A 1 . I ILLINOIS CHAPTER tg Established at Illinois 1.906 le 1 A' ' 1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY NATHAN C. RICKER, Dean Arch. CHARLES FREDERICK HOTTES, Ph.D. W HARRY GILBERT PAUL, Ph.D. JOHN MCREATH SNODORASS, B.S. W gg RALPH KENT HURSH, B.S. RAY IRIS SHAWL, MLS. jf ALONZO PLUMBSTEAD KRATZ, M.S. FRANCIS MARION PORTER, M.S. 1 ' ' WILLIAM LEONIDAS BURLISON, Ph.D. PEMEROKE HOLCOMB BROWN, M.A. ' ' IAN JOSEPH ALBERT MORROW, B.S. WALTER BOATMAN WORSHAM, B.S. YM JAY CORTLAND HACKLEMAN, A.M. IRVING L. PETERSON, B.S. .. P14 I PN gp MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate ' ' K FRED N. VAUGHN, B.S. 4 .Q Seniors , Q AMBROSE A. ARNOLD ELMORE A. GRIPP LQ!! HARRY A. BARR' SANFORD J. GULLEY Qt MILES D. CATTON DAVID J. KADYK N MORRIS H. COOK WILLIAM H. KETELHUT -gf I RALPH E. CULTER RALPH S. KILPATRICK A Q WIL1-'RED A. DIESEL FRANK H. KOEPKE p WILLIAM B. FAIREAIRN ELSDON L. MAYNARD ' HERSHEL S. GREEN JOHN R. Moss 4 1 I KLINE GRAY A W Z ROBERT P. SHONKWILER I I I RTHUR . IEOLER I 1 ' Juniors ' 1 544 THOMAS J. DOUGLASS WALTER B. PRESTON En, fa GEORGE E. EKBLAW ROScoE J. TODD fi '1 CHARLES E. MORROW H. EMMONS KINCAID V' NY CLARK W. MCKNIGHT G. RUSSELL WHITE I 'f I JESSE C. PORTER JOHN T. ZALESKI Y Sophomores A DURWOOD X. ELLETT HARRY A. REYNOLDS X' . A JOHN K.iIoi.:MES gAROLD SNOLFRAM K, LELAND . INKEL EOROE . ILEREATH gl R. E. SWANSON J. F. DEREMIAH M T. FARRIS ENGLISH W, ' Freshmen iff HARRY M. KIRWAN ARTHUR J. B. SHOWALTER 1113 A A Three Hundred Eighty IAN If ' I eE32:mS1sns5.:A:s..Q1az.-2-.:vRa'.AszIZ2v5.iEJ'QI:-E5.ff'HcSI:EznIzss fA:i.'-es3rz.wzG1T5g 5 l V- .4 , , MA, ., , W, ., ,,,wf,,,,- H , . ,X-f-V ,,,v, . . , , V , , , , H-, ' 1 ' f,:-Q-2-2'-ww-'ff'uV" ' 2 - "P5"L'f! J -x Y 'f 'Y11 '- .' M'T' -if fi '1'.11ff 1 '-.' :tI"w'-'Cf X HWHL1 19 QQ 11. U Q nf 1 ig? E 1 -vf--W-fm --.J---t---Y - inf iffy Q uw VV mf PM I A WN 1 . ' fi -i N214 ft -A' 21 ,jg W! 553 5155 vz- ' '. I n 1 ,255 rffivf ,, ,..-. wx :g'y,ig ,Hffq 'x W1 ' . 1 ye, in , ' 1 , f 11' . ' , Lxr, U PM ...1 JL.,-ng-4 fmq- 'f'-l" 510 YUM x 'Q ff-'I , k I V J P Uv yu 5 X " H J 1" MMF we rw 'H 1 ip, 3-M1 , ,N W- 3 ,xl w 'QNX' 1 W xv' , 'QS' Vie?-L bg Yi'--W ruin ,H ,K .. - HH. omg Ng, w Q ,yy 1 5, . 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'i L4 Bottom lf01UfXV0l.I-'lKAM, YREYNOLIDS, rcu.m"r, KIRWAN, srnom-nn, srrowmxrlan, muumrn, 1-INKEL, nomvms, Moss. mid 135: ' Jw - L, Nu Que ' 'ff my , fy? . fi Unk 7'lmfr llumirvd lfmhtyl-one isqify 'hill L' 'TAYZTTT 'T"'1f.7If,f7:"l4f'Xx?f'fffE1TW-1ftMP:FC:kg A I f'f7f'59r.'Qif-1flvi..-?-.5in 'fzfav-.--w7T:"5 'R+' X "' "i'+3f1w1E.EfN-4- ,".2ff1:if.-if? -1120-fi -.L--:":i.L4.-ft. f 4 - 'L . - W -LE-A Z-'--5 ,.1f, ,j ' ,,,':'..' 'HX -" 'V f-."',- ' 261.-1, ' - M ' X ' M - J oTli1Q1Q2Q M10 easier?-X .E .E TI-IETA DELTA CHI P- Lg ig S1 Founded at Union College 1847 9 J Twenty-Nine Active Chapters ft A I 1 I I 1 I 1 -. I4 if . . I ' ' Is 'Q' 13 fr ff If 53' ,ya QAX . A, V' Hs dirf- '1 I A ' - l 1 Y 4 In KAPPA DEUTERON CHARGE -FY Q Established at Illinois 1908 Q as MEMBER IN FACULTY EDWARD Burrow B14 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY N I - A . . W ' Seniors ' H C. H. Gnovms F. I., Tounrmnor QQ H. J. SCHLUTER P. S. WEs'rco'r'r ' E. C. WILNER P" 1 g V Juniors A 'I C. E. CAENAHAN P. L. JoHNsoN F A B. L. DUNNV D. c. SEVEEANCE A H. S. HAwon'rH 1 H T. Sownns I 1 1 B. B. PATTERSON . ' ' I 1 I Sophomores L' 5? W. E. BoNNEss H. A. JOHNS -4 C. B. EPPEL H F. JUcKE'r'r r- X. H. S. HILL M. G. KINDSTROM an I T. JOHNSON , 0. H. Vocm. ' I Freshmen ' ' N R. C. BLAIR J. R. MCCULLOUGH A 0. F. HANDKE L. C. RISLEY Q' Q W. S. KoNoLD E. L. STYLES Q E. C. WILBUR Z Tl' 'HT fl H Three Hundred Eighty-two 'M r 1 I v' 1 -- I I I - -'- Q--0 -r maxi!-, D Q- -D 'WA -f!4:9: .QQ r fr' , x, R 1,1 ' ' fx' ' " ' ""'i1 Ji:-iy4--:-f:iiG?Qij:i',f,.11f'f333 : 'ly-5 'f' 'il 'l'b 1 9 2 A2 I L Ll 0 U 3fia:.sgn:!,-:5.lYQ-ii Q W IMI 'YI IEW: n E E15 QQ INIIII sz ,'v'4 ,,--'I . 543, . N If-54 'I I Qji I I. K :HI 'I I-II 'gh I7 :FII ' Is? I I IIE. ' ie ' v J IIN' 'axis I? W gg H .Y ISI . . Igfgg MX III IGI I Im II! IIIII ' ' J N an I IBIIQ ISIL fi? ISI Iii mar. I I gg K 4 I I A 1' L I I a ,I I1 TOP ROW-T. JOHNSON, KONOLD, JUCKETT, PATTERSDN, EPPEL, BLAIR, VOGICL, HILL, RISLEY. kr' SOC07ld R07U1lIANl5l F NYIIJKIYR STYLES, ICINDSTROM, DUNN, JOHNS, IIAVVORTII, MC CU! I OUGIY XI Bllfllllll ROIU'-SONY'El!S U ILNI ll C ROVFIS, CARNAHAN, SCHLUTICR, T01 ll'l'El.0'l', XYl'q'l COTT SFVFRAVCF, P- JOHNSON. If 4 I I . , I I I I V! I S , H K . E Lg 4 v 1.4 ,521 111: I ' ' I ' I I' I I V99 Tlwcc Hundred Eighty-th'ree fb ' 'I . f f - H ' , - A , . ---'::z-:-ii-iff-zltglf l V1 "'. ' 1 " ' ' ' E37-L 2343 'K I' 1 '-'xbfalf -4ff- f R'9if7' QIfJg,gfa3 pA 43591-1lxifQQIf-f"E!1Y-C3f9i57i'fiY-- 411-'4:f'?2+5r::-:L-L A' ' "v- f - - '1a'qr' 'F - A-' "A K U" 'V' Y Y ' - --- . --.-- V, L , A 1 ' ' f P ' .- ' Qgmmvuz-14?.f' 'QGPIQ QTQQ 1Q2Q ILLIQQ .QV I -.f32R3....'11'ersSyzQ X52 SW IE I ni pg CHI BETA g S - E Founded at University of Illinois 1906 A N I One Active Chapter it 1 i if M 'E is sg if I 3' I 1, I , 'V I 313: l 1 7 . AJ 4 A H' A 4' 5 FQ ' A. B' 7 I we ALPHA CHAPTER gf rn MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY M Seniors K 1 ,THEO FRANK EISZNER WARREN LYONS KIRRY W IRvIN MILTON FUNK - , JOHN KERYL MCKINNEY K ' FRED BARRON GALLAGHER KENNEY ERNEST WILLIAMSON 3 4 ELMER THOMAS JOHNSON , Q rin Juniors '4 7 4 JOHN JOSEPH CLEGG LLOYD LoRENzO SMITH N ' BERT LYDDON ALFRED FRANK SCHARFENBERG Q CECIL RAY MCEWEN KARL ROBERT SCHARFENBERG P A RALPH EDMOND NAYLOR GEORGE RICHARD STEGE, JR. A E 1 Sophomores I l 1 ' HOWARD WEBBER GREENE RICHARD KENNETH SHATTUCK - f ,J ALVIN EDWARD IVERSON WALTER EDWARD SMITH L' IQ? ALFRED FREDERICK RADEKE ' ROBERT MCLEAN STRICKLE ' QA A LESLIE' B. WORTI-IINGTON 1 E I I. 1 I Freshmen 4 r , JESSE LEWIS DUTTON GEORGE ALBERT STEAD I, THOMAS R. GOODRIDGE HAROLD VANMETER TOLLE 'gl ERNEST R. HILGARD JOHN ROBERT JOHNSON 21 PM ,rf 4 I I P qu l 1 The-ae Hundred Eighty-four - In If v' 1 X v ' v nf 7 ' V - .' ' 2 I " ' Q ' '1' ' I Y ' 'fx g2'53mSiEnsE'IS:fs.-g4xmE', iET1Evz,.QlCEgfT"iE?f:eIeEs ib:I'z4aQ1G5D n ,. V, my 1. f ' . --4 -,- Y f. "Y-KA"k"""'Y"""" ' 'MW' 5445- V.--,.Lf,, , 7: 'w ,:Q'i?Qx'2f?5' +Xff.1:r'gy iq Q9 9 1 3 Ming KI f5Nv5PP?ii,2f:2-v f X Ni, -'----W f- ------b X L -1 -V M V1 ff 1 LJ A -f ff 'x',.", ,1 ..'w"'f""k4"--"' "' ' """"""' -2 high! My :hi xl rj-Q v ,L 'fill' K , 1 w V, ,X M li WAI I 1-NI . V , , ,, . zu -4 W 1 1 1. 1 ' Q4 N -nf' if fff 5:52 X 1. fa'--fx sch .W WH, Q. E , fi g i' 1 135 1 , Q1 N I ,f 5 Q. 'JMX M . HL! , Ak s ff if - .M ' '- Wm 1 V, Q53 711: 1M':-- vw? fm. Fifa ' '. 2,111 N 2 x 1,051 lj-.wwf 'ISN 'L mi , I Huh! ,r ' ilfffj , ' l', L ' L . f . . 5'-f ,' Wi 13' , 3 ptgl ,4 f, we , , Y .V X .. as 1 by 7:22, if Dt' ' ,f lgsic I' Q mm I! its I N' . lpfcx Nl. M' T :V - L, , 2 fl X fi M ' Hifi.. 1 'if : N1 X ' N , I?-711 M3 I s'Q'4,5 M V' W f wax , Q. Pj Top R010-IVEIKSON, TOLLE, snmn, DUTTON, GOODRIDGE. Second Ifow-s111vr'ruc1c, rmxmmus, w.sMn'n, Gnlmnm, swan, s'rruc1cLn:. QQ . I .I :Z Thzrd Row-1.YnnoN, F.sc11AmfxcN1mnG, Cusco, MCIGWEN, NAYLon, xc. SCIIARFENIHCRG, L.SMlTll. '23 S Bottom Rvwv-vc:Al.l.AGx1r:n, XVXLLIAMSON, Mc mwmcv, .1o1INsoN, xmmv, FUNK, mszmcu. gtg' L1 id . nr' li ull '1'-4 F3 ' f I ob W GHG 'tiff iQ Q '7 ' w, W Wifi., TILr1'1' II zmdrcd Eighty-jiva r i W" M W A ,A,,m, ,AA , ,,i, ., , , 4' uf xc- -Ax" " " -" ' "-.AH 'ew' 3'l-'d'aQA'Q"f1Ti:i1F'L 'iiqlA'?:l7"'i7 4 'QI f-'siugnwi xi " Qflf 'Q,"513:Q2-151' wr-551 fi L21 If Tk5AQT3?,5ip02 pLqiif19idrixJAaL'l!Kvg:'F1Q9.k . Q?lE-v:r:r.-lw1J5-- .m945AgSiE?.r9IfiQaiV5e14aQp'L!3X?:g'.i .-'in,-3 Q ,.1 1"Ylf"2f Wffflfwh V5' . .A T. - W--A:-.--7-H V V -g-- Y 5 H 'f-,,.' ,g.,L, ,4,,,, ,,4,4,, gpg 1111 gm 1: :":'.:'..., , ti, ...,...V, wi..--. . H. ..-A ...-..- 1 Sim T622 ILL105 ZETA PSI :SE 8 Founded at New York University 1847 ?I K Twenty-Six Active Chapters A I - I I I I I ii A M s?a- '. '- Ra ' laluls O .ff 'O If I 5 AQ'-AAL: U k 1 i 1 A I 4 ' In U S5 Q3 ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER N Established at Illinois 1909 9' as MEMBERS IN FACULTY gg gg HARLAND BARTHOLOMEW I 1 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q2 ' . ' Seniors H THOMAS HUNTER ARMSTRONG GALEN VICTOR KNIGHT GD CW gg , GLEN MONROE CROSBY STEADMAN GARRETSON SMITH 4,6 SCOTT CORWITH GREENE RAYMOND LAMOINE STEVENS V ELLSWORTH JOHNSON WESTCOTT . Sz ' nl ' Juniors ' ' 1 . F K WALTER ANDRESS BARRY ALBIN GEORGE GRIES A DONALD FYFE BOWEY HARRY MOCURDY I V 1 IRVING WOOD BARNETT LAWRENCE HITCHGOCK POMEROY I , ALBERT CARLOS BARBER REX EUGENE SAI-'EER I , I WALTER ORRIN CHAMBERLAIN EUGENE EMERSON TAYLOR ' 1 J EDWARD CAHOUN CLAFLIN FENTON Ross VANDEVENTER L, 52 H. MILLS WILcOx .b P' W Sophomores ' V If 1 1 RALPH ROYAL BUSH R ' JOHN GRANGER HUSTED I FRANCIS AUGUSTUS HART HAROLD MARQUISS KEELE' JOHN ULINE HAWKES LOWELL NORMAN JOHNSON X' In WILLIAM' FOSTER YOUNG II ' K, IU Freshmen R7 .-1 rl GEORGE DAWSON JOHN MAXWELL POMEROY P2 -MARSHALL LLOYD DOTY, JR. GEORGE IVAN SMITH vi X1 n ab? RAYMOND LOUIS HEIDER JOSEPH MATHER WAYER E5 1 i l W . . 'A' . Three Hundred Ezghty-sm 7 ri! ' fi' 5? 5 'X' X...y 1 0TMQ1QQQ gm EE 26 SKB rg '-7 :gn N1 at I f". if ', ,A ' . 4 M 4 of Sfiffiff f J V o' A ' w '1 , ,H 1' 1 V rw for o K1 ' ' A "'- ,?f:.f'H :', ligffi' 'L L L gy 1 1 I to :V M ' l i ' I - .. k N ' " 1' o 1 I. our f' ff J 4 o 5 'I M Wil Wifi 2, 1 A . :F-if-v 'Fu " ,. ., , J -It r 'I : Ze ta Psi ' , . ?' 4. S52 I 4 rw , :Inu in fl? o 16, o L X 1 r 'A V 1 w P ' ' 1 fn ' 'W 'Y W' Top Row-Hmnmn, cLAm.1N, nus'1-lan, YOUNG, 1rAn'1', IMRIWR, TAYLOR, nAwsoN, xmwxs, Icmmm, now, F. J. rommnoy, u. smrru. L1 Second Row-nusu, CHAMBEIILAIN, Mc curmv, snxfnn, uownv xmrr.Nm'r, 1..r-omnmov, .1onNsoN. :fa Bottom Row-wu.cox, xmnmz, GRIES. ARMSTRONG. STEVENS GREENE, cnosmr, S-SMITH, vANnmvmN'rmn. ,JA wEs'rco'r'r. r' 'N db Q 1 VAN . Q Q Three Hundred Ezghty-seven 'M Kg 1 , 1 m R1 SE ESE' K I' A 1 1 1 el fi FF Iii I 1 CJ ffl' 1? I6 ip -.iq -,V , , ,. V, h tv , W,-1-. V wo vs .mm-'1..1 Q' V- I A :V " P' f't'7'.'H"A1z'-aiSs.'+1. Ye "E C P Egg...-f I -I 1'---M'-"-"I QQQXVFIV-XR-... - - , FL-1 oTI.1Q192'21LL1Qo Art . . - , frefiqsrsmfzfg . W Sw ALPHA GAMMA RI-IO .H t 4 Z kg PROFESSIONAL AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY gl 'X Founded at University of Illinois 1906 A R Fifteen Active Chapters I 1 'A' Hi if ' M'-.. A? I A Q l Y -Q4 . L-5 l. ,I 1 Q. Fi' 1 L 1 ' I A ' . 4 In Eli ALP!-IA CHAPTER ,133 r 4 MEMBERS IN FACULTY - W EUGENE DAVENPORT, Ll.D. FRED H. RANKIN, B.S. Q SLEETER BULL, M.S. HENRY P. RUSH, M.S. ' ' J. C. HACKLEMAN, A.M. WILLIAM H. YOUNG, B.S. ' I as JOHN W. RANDOLPH, B.S. Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ' ' K X LAWRENCE JOSEPH BERRY WILLIAM MAURICE KIMMELSHUE lvl ' ELWIN THOMAS WALLACE ALFRED JOHN TENINGA - A H SAMUEL DAwsoN DARLEY ENOCH OLIVER PAULSON , gp NATHAN LYMAN RICE HARRY ARTHUR LUER G3 RAY EUGENE CRYDER LEE CARL THOMPON 44 FRANK HAMILTON SHUMAN D. WESLEY THOMPSON P: OzELL TRASK STATLER F 4 Juniors I A KENNETH ARTHUR FORD DONALD FRAZIER LAFUZE I ROBERT EVERETT BAKER CLARENCE ROY LAsH A I 1 LEE HAROLD FORD GEORGE NEWELL MORGAN I I BRUCE WALLACE WERTS RICHARD PATTISON , WILLIAM ROBERT PAYNE ' JESSE WILLARD DoDswoRTH , ' 7 J ERNEST MERLE SHRINER L' 5? Sophomores 31 PHILIP PAULSON CHARLES D. SMITH 7' r ' CARL DELMAR JONES HAROLD DAY CONDON 'fi f A PAUL KIRK BRESEE ' JOHN GILLETTE WHITTLE I r JOHN ALBERT NUCKOLLS ' I Freshmen X' 'p LORNE ADISON HUNSLEY LAURENCE ALEXANDER DUNN K' Q RUI'Us BRUCE COWAN JULIAN LORAINE WALLACE M LYLE AGNEW WALTER SUNHEL STEWART 31 Egg VIRGIL ELI MCCOLLUM WILLIAM HALEY BARROW wif his ' EARL EUGENE SEEBER D ll' I H r I Q I A Three Hundred Eighty-ciaht A I 1 Y 1 11. 1 1 ,E 1, . V-. 11 f11 ihffll VTX-55 QT S1 517 L 1911? 11'-.-A lklll Y ,V A1 Ulf' ,f' C51 '!Xi.'Il .K V 1-5,42 I ' 1 HY 1:1211 V1 f W 1,1 :fy Qflif , , WEA ,110 1 1: ',!,1 pr M U 55,11 . -111 1 11 19211 H111 1f?l:f 'IQ1 :KW 1k.111f.'1 519' 111 A321 2'ff+ia M' 'J Eff? , ,., 6111 ii 155' ,1s',f 1- '11 KH? 139 iifi ' 'IIN 5 ':1T ,Vff , , :M 1 -115 XV 11 N1 F if E111 1 ffix 'YF 1 -31 A v1 1.19 1 ,Z 14541 Wj fm? 1 1 57 ,Li 1' I iv.. lf , -51 H1511 " J, ,. 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BUMBOUCH JUSTUS WATSON FOLSOM, Sci.D. if Z8 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY wi --I A Seniors I A gp GEORGE HUMPHREY BAUM LORN MATHIAS GOSSETT K DONALD MORRISON BYERS RICHARD EUGENE KENT f JOHN MITCHEL CLYNE RUSSELL WALFRED LINDEN lm ' RALPH GIBSON CRAMMOND LEONARD JOSEPH REIS - ' l HARRY DOMINIC GOTTI EARL FREDERICK SCHOENING Q HUGO PALMER GOTTI CLARENCE JOHN SCHULTZ m A Juniors ' Q2 HAROLD GUSTAV BENSON HARRY RAYMOND GORDON 'QF Q RALSTON FLETCHER DESSROUCEH B S HARLEY LESTER RANKIN I1 ESL Y URR UTHERLAND ' P I I ' h Sophomores ! 1 JOHN DAVID ADAMS FLAVIL PAUL FINCH I ' V HOWARD JOHN BABB MILTON GRAVES , ' I A VIRGIL WALTER COATH OWEN JAMES MAIN L' ,-by FREDERICK WILLIAM MUELLER 5, 1, li .1 P. , X1 Freshmen V If t HAROLD BAILEY . THOMAS GARMAN r R JOSEPH CLEVENCER ERNST KILLIAN . 1 RUSSELL EGBERT FRED MAJOR S DENZEL FORRESTER BERNARD PACHYNSKI 'Q HOWARD SLOAN 3' Us I E1 I D 1 I I I I my Three Hundred Ninety fb r 'I I I aim ' we V, 323 nrt is S' u 5. fi 5 A M W X 1 Fe if H ,. ., Qi? . . . .' 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EWART STRAWBRIDOE 4 - gg MERRITT D. MCDOWELL as .J ., A A J . . gg . umors RUSSELL G. CONE ROBERT M. HEINRICHS I I WILLIAM H. EvANs HARRY H. WILDEMAN KY ' HENRY C. HARMELING EDWIN P. BARTLING H CLYDE R. BANKSON J. RALPH FRITTS H gg EARL G. MCDONALD J. EDWIN FRI'r'rs ' E Sophomores gg ' , R 'I JOHN D. CANNON H. E. 0. HEINEMAN II P I MAURICE L. CONE LAURENCE H. FOSTER 4 I P . A. WELWOOD HOLMES I I 'I Freshmen 11 5? . WILLIAM A.,McMANUs THEODORE R. JENKINS Q '1 , . JACK C. LUTZ P' +I H 7 . 4: In K u if E? ,HQ :Ii 1' 'IIT Q at VY Three Hundred Ninety-two 111 ' V 1 ' f 3 - X v , . -1 ,. 'giQ?1w'rilirF1?vfSNb N is 1 1005 if , C11 -- -V-- -- - --f- f--- ------4-------A -N-Y.-in..- F4-lm M ,F-L-lvnuiwl -'KJ . J- . W: .... g: :g-,-, gn, 1 , .A A ,,,-1-,14g,4,1Zr -- XJ Qfff J ' 'N me ' W I xx-,Wi M 1 M Q1 Vi N Om 31? 535 n ffl. K iii EW 2. ai! Nz 1, 'N U QV1' - 2 ING, .12 I f,' ff. N' A HQ V an 53:41 7 Vai U Ha, 3,1 ,WSW V Z ' ,Ml " 5 ff 1-59 L lj! 'DUE' Vi? ' 5? .-W iid? 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J ' ' - " ' Ggbtwvizf-ASL. , ELA oTHE1Q2QILL1Oo I1 . , - , . 3.1-SSSQQ .E ,. Q U QI: CI-II Ps: ilk Leg Founded at Union College 18.61 ?I -N Twenty-One Active Chapters A - N A I I I ' J l 4 . J' - 1 '- lu I . Q V ...L Il 12? IE! '. F' 4 P l -21-ln -2: I 1 r ' I ,I I 4 H ag ALPHA z::'rA DELTA I Established at Illinois 1912 GP A WP H MEMBERS IN FACULTY Q k PAUL EVERETTE BELTING, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I I If! . . JACKSON EDMUND TOWNE, A.B., A.M. ! l I Q WALTER PUTNAM BLOUNT PAUL WILLIAM KAISER P HENRY GORDON HULLFISH ROBERT CURTIS PREBLE 333 4 I rg '1 I' L WAYNE EMERSON PERKINS JOHN PHILIP THOMPSON A I I 1 l 1 EUGENE SHEI-'FNER BROOKS IRvING TREDWELL RINKER , ' 1-I CHARLES BURDETTE CANTRELL BURN!-IAM SANBORN ROCK L' ,-. HARLAN KINGSBURY DANFORTH EDWARD ARCHIBALD SINDEN Q, sea EVANS NORTON HELLSTROM RAY EDISON STUEBLEFIELD lf '1 STEWARD WILLIAM PETTIGREW ROY EMIL Roos ? 'Y JOHN RICHARD KNIGHT I I V r r . VERNON WILLIAM ASCHER RODERICK HEFFRON ' l X' , RALPH EDWIN BROWN STANLEY HENDERSON . Q DAVID LESLIE CI-IANEY RAYMOND CONSTANTINE KOLLS '-4 JOHN BURKERT CLAUSEN HAROLD ERIC LIFVENDAI-II. Z3 Q RICHARD HILL FLEMING ALEX BOGGS RYAN ,A .ARTHUR BANTA GALLION IRVING EDWARD SHOWERMAN arg ' GEORGE HEREIG YOUNGE I 7 Q ll VAN Three Hundred Ninety-four fb r V1 ' I I ', . V V ' - , , Y . W qi ii- Q A - Q 1 - wi 'I iv I r ' f AEISHAE-i'QIw.vbHSsISzmmmeg:A:,:Aa.Adm.G Ui 'u 11ff1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 M. .V.., - ,,V,., . ,.,. L., ,,,, . . , , sf, ,W -,,, Af-.. . Y . X v -nf-"ri: "gv'4v'qV-- ' .,:..l,- 3 'I 11-,.,. , K -V U U W t i 1 I. -:gtg v 4' 11gx..:.: U: - N1 QJFLIL 1 9 0 I 7 1 i 1 I ' 1511 Q1 '1 A - sttgt. f N5 , 1 ff :-..v-1..---W ---.-.---.-V Y-....14.-::,1g:. , L1 d J -, !, NJ? 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A f iii ,Eg I .1,.,: fl 9 I xx . I I .. V V 1 ' I 1 r ' ' t 1 fi PHI CHAPTER , M . , , Established at Illinois 1908 ga wsu . 'pi MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' 4 C. E. PALMER R. S. BAUER U l . - A. KNIGHT H. RUE!-IE I I r .Ai MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY F QQ Graduates ' Q Tp J. H. WALDO G. T. FELBEcK M I 'I Seniors KW E.,L. CLOVER LELAND FLEMING H L. M. Foss J. N. WEIss A ll QQ W. W. BROWN R. E. HEDGECOCK W ' R. H. HARMS P 4 . .Luniors -ga Q A. W. P. JoNEs S. W. KIETI-I A E. J. RENNOE G. L. BUCK F I J. P. SABO C. G. JOHNSON A l 1 E. L. DEVoE D. HEncEcocK I , I Sophofmores 4 I R. N. SHEIJDEN F. LEWIS L1 ,ba W. D. CROOKER. E. STONE ,W Q. A. S. DARNALL M. HAYS fi Q v. J. GREEN J. H. Mccoumm. ff . L. N. WRISELY W. FRISKEY D. F. WUNDERLICH f C. BARNETT r . H. W. VAN NATTA L. WILSON - C. WUNDERLICH G 'Q A Freshmen K- . E. J. Buss ' G. KRATSCH R7 Q F. DRALLE K. B. THoMsoN 5.32 E. P. BYRNES C. E. SMITH ' 4 ' S. H. BAKER LT' I P 4 1 I I I 'AI Three Hundred Ninety-six IM r '1 A r 1 Q53:IbSEie:fs.esazam"'G'.g asoa.Ns4'??IeQ5.rf'2ces:s:av1a ff I migg 1622 ILLIQQ. :Ea SB! Ki if 'X A x , , , I ff M rs Qi - 1 , fi , Y 'I Y 252 it N l 1 4 In ,gg I 5-1 4 -D ' ' 1 A I 1 r i 1 I' . !"g sf? 64 1 P' Vx' TW RW-Ss::s.,,,:::Wa1:4,N22,1i" sw' Mmm- 'f t 1 , ER, J ES DEVOE. Second Row-n. ximnascilggic, DQARTIN, lmrru. wmsmf, DARNALL, HARNETT, Mc CONNELL, Fruslmy, 7' D. WUNDERL C. WUNDERLICH, MEDBERY STRANGE HAYS- N ' Bottom Row-xg? NATTA, SVIESSNER, STONE, DRALLE, ,JOHNSON,, WILLMERS, KRATBCH, BAKER, BYRNEB, Buss, X1 TH SON, SMITH. . A K, U V QS 5 aff! Y M H11 WF M LD Gb an I I 1 N I N A Three Ilumlrcd Ninety-seven A r '1 v' 1 W 'x rv'-' r 'V my ' ' NtIY" ' w-"-'v' ' L-X 7 151657 - fl 4 '- P im- " 'il' ' 7 'zeEnQfwLe:ra1Q31Qn.m.5EQ....,-.!4i?pLxp, -..Q " --- f A '1--sr 1 'Y ll L' 'A I F I- Rfq I-uv"-nr-B ' E 4" 'F L , ' A '. - Qgbbtseviz.-lac . ra 1 oT1,.1Q1QQ'2 ILLIQ rt Rf I M S2 IF .. 'I DELTA PHI IZA P' Founded at Union College 1827 K Fourteen Active Chapters A V I R I I 1 II I' A ' Psi s?i All W .J .3 V I I l A I I n I l ' 1 Y 4 Q as TAU CHAPTER Zig Established at Illinois 1920 5.1 x lux .Hr U H MEMBERS IN FACULTY if HENRY BALDWIN WARD, Ph.D. HARRY HARKNESS STOEK, B.S., E.M. gb! H, WILLIAM HORACE RAYNER, C.E. CHAUNCEY BROCKWAY SCI-IMELTLER, C.E. gp MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 1 ., ' l 1 Graduate W ' AMOS HOLSTON- WATTS H MILTON NELS NELSON I I Q 5 I ' 7 I Seniors I BURTON ELDRED KING WILLIAM WADSWORTH WATTS I 4 ROBERT GARDNER TOLMAN ALDEN GEORGE LEWIS ' LOWELL ERNEST THOMPSON LESLIE JAMES BATTEY ' F 'I JOHN WILLARD NAY DANIEL WILLARD SMITH K WILLIS CRAWFORD WEBB I 4 I i Juniors 1 . I EDWARD AUCUSTUS CURTISS RALPH GARDNER SLATER I 5 4 I 1 ' FREDERIC SAILOR HARVEY 0TTO EDWIN BRUNKOW L ,J DONALDARDEAN TRIPP PAUVL RANSOME WILLIAMS ' 5, 9:1 ROBERT ALLEN HARVEY , 'gf 'Q A Sophomores ' l CHARLES DANIEL BRUNKOW ' HARRY LLOYD HODDE . 1 JAMES BENJAMIN HOLSTON LESTER RICHARD HORST JOSEPH THEODORE STERNAMAN RAYMOND HENDERSON BLACK 'I 'H JORDAN REECE MCNEILL K. W Freshmen ,-1 WILLIAM HENRY BRUNKOW WASSON WATTS LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LELAND HOLSTON JOHN COURIER GARLAND 551 as WESLEY STRATTON HOBES I P as ' rp Three Hundred Ninety-eight 1 'I ' ' 'g.,, av, ,, . W- i L71 'Q 2, I H ,.-?F,+'Mfl"IA Qigmxs-'-f5E:m-QnaQA LJ ICQ5.I,iQ3iEImgO ,..q.e:3,,-444,-5.462 ,, , V . -v-..- ,...,.-,-- , Y A Y , Y 1 1 omg 18332 M100 Q13 SY? ea '- 1 YE 'B' lg Su fi F N 4 ,4 . l N 5 1 w li A gs L93 Rc '1 V I . . I f 1 V 1 v w 4 h Q 5 Q :eu 522 1 fu? i- 'II' V YAY AQ F1 PS1 92 Q33 gf I I I ng A 19? A gs fi: .' ' r. 1 ,-'. U r Top Raw-s'rmnNAMAN, GARLAND, BLACK, nouns, NAY. 1 5 , Second Row-L. IIOLSTON, Mc NEILI., LAXVRENCE, J. HOLSTON, A. XVATTS, W. DRUNKONV, C. BRUNICOW. 1 x V, I Third R010-CURTISS, n.HAnvEY, uonnm, wn.L1AMs, I-'.HAnvmY, Honsr, SLATER, TRIPP. .Q Bottom Row-'rnoMPsoN, BATTEY, LEWIS, KING, WZNVATTS, slvmn, TOLMAN, wana, o.lmUNKow. 'll M' U M As' za 'fax 5.4 si? up M GIF W I 100 1 , Three Ilzmdrcd Nznety-nine x. 1 - I rf 1 KA1 A A n A A 92 f T' -2wT,x uf 3Ai2nwe4,-mvqf 77 ,..fu1f,1:1mx- fwqggr-71-wr f f' Q35 : , ,.iSilb-U ' N .Wg 1922 Img. AQ!-ZZEB'-N Szagmn SI? WZ 5. F PI-II KAPPA Y" ' 'ul 5 Founded at Brown University 1889 I 4 H A Eight Active Chapters S' .va A F, 'X Q- A K , ' L '. 1 'ff 3:9 il- ' ' ui! V ' ' 74 I i ' 1.1 1 3 r BETA CHAPTER . 4 Established at zzzinm 1912 L, E! . ' M ka W MEMBERS IN FACULTY CHARLES A. PETRY, B.S. EDWARD J. MANLEY W CLARENCE A. BONNEN, B.S. ' ? as MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors I . he FRANCIS E. BRYA J. CHARLES MANLEY M BERNARD A. HACAN ,V - EMMETT J. ROACH 'w K X GERWIN G. FOSTER GECRCE C. SULLIYAN km . HARCLD P. JENNETT MICHAEL E. TKACH , , BERNARD A. LYMAN EARL' J. WALSH H ' ' LINz V. VOHS ' ll gin , W ,gf ' Juniors JAMES T.-BRENNAN FRANK J. PHALEN H1 WALTER F. CRANCLE - LAWRENCE D. RYAN ity! ' PAUL M. DUFFIE ,W. EMMETT RYAN A 1 CLARENCE R. GRCCAN CHARLES E. STENICKA P K JOSEPH F. HART LEWIS J. WARCIN JAMES T. FINNEY HENRY F. WoUL1-'E ' ' I JOSEPH A. KERRINS THOMAS P. HAMILTON I ' l Sophornores , 1 ' CHARLES S. CADWELL FRANK S. GILLESPIE ' 4 ,J DAN A. GALLACHER JOSEPH W. RUSSELL L, go? J. THOMAS GUNNING HAROLD H. STRINGER -4 THOMAS LANG RAYMOND J. WEBER ,- Iv FRANCIS O. MCDERMCTT PHILIP J. MCKENNA H I JOHN P. DoRE . ALBERT B. STEVENS f THCMAS BREEN SAMUEL P. LANCASTER N Freshmen Xa . A J. HAROLD BALDWIN I EDWARD C. KENNEY . W ARTHUR J. CAREY HERBERT T. NASH Q, IS RICHARD P. DES LAURIERS LEC L. MARRCN 21 I., ROBERT E. DENzEL FRANCIS J. HEIDEMANN , , -JAMES HEEEERNAN JOHN B. 0'DONNELL EF WILLIAM J. 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MUELLER I W , JOSEPH G. LUMMIS HILTON C. NICHOLS ,aa 4 MERWYN Q. LYTLE ARTHUR W. SCHMOELLER 1 U Juniors ' ' F ROBERT G. BAILEY CARUS S.- ICENOGLE 4 ' JAMES J. BANKS ROBERT N. NICHOLS I , 1 MAYNARD B. BURWASH JOHN S. 'TENDICK MONROE DODGE HENRY K. VREELAND ' I 1 I fMARs1-IALL H. EDWARDS A LINGARD E. WERRE L1 ga I I I - I Sophomores I I . - -1 H HAROLD L. BUSHI' I , V b FRANK' W. MESSING V I I F' 'Q' FRED W. GAMMAGE ' ' V EMMETT E. O'DONNELL I U .I I 'I W GILBERT SEVERSON J I I. I' I I I - I. Freshmen I' - I W , HERBERT W. ALLEN JAMES C. BELL p CLARENCE E. FOLKERS AUGUST A. GIEHLER K' EZ THOROLF E. WITH THOMAS D. ELLIOTT S ROBERT H. HOGE JAMES S. SCOTT Z ROGER A. WILSON 3.3 ,E A :fl ' 'll' 'AY Four Hundred Two If ' ' , ,,,,,,, W if , N' -1 'ff K N 56 A L 1 "r'f: UI'1-ll-, E922 iI.l,1Qw+5 L ' V ,L ,-N,-X......-S....-wo1fg,C-, ., ff gk L51 W wr. or -, . X, 1 , -v., !: lx rl y if it M . N ,N .' 1 1- , w 1: , 5 JU W " 1 My ,Ei w' x v L- w , ,, .. , rw A wo- li 15. . 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I Seniors ' ' W MELVIN BENJAMIN SKINNER ERWIN CHARLES BREDE W ' ' ARTHUR GUsTAv FROEI-ILY ARTHUR WILLIAM FLECK fl GEORGE FRANK KRUPKA ' ORLYN OLIVER McLEIsH ' N gg HARRY LEWIS DIXON E574 ' ' r 4 Q52 Junflors Q kg WALTER EWART BEEBE A GEORGE PREUOIL IA RICHARD SMEJKAL RALPH STANLEY DOWELL Q 'I FRANKLIN AUGUSTUS CANADY ll ' Sophomores 4 K I HAMILTON KELLAR BEEBE JOHN ERNST TEUSOHER I ' I, ' .LOHANNIEI HERMAN FORSLEW SRNOIIR? SOBERT VONLEHSTEN I tl J LE:gRI:Z?JBEI?I'sTKILEY . RQCIIAN 'LEIIIQN L L02 DELMAR LEE JONES FLOYD CLARENCE DOUOHERTY Q NORMAN Bocas I HAROLD EMERY JORDAN 5,-4 I Freshmen. 1 ' I f RICHARD HENRY KNAUss THOMAS JOSEPH WILHELM' I r ERWIN HARRY FITTGE BURTON DANFORTI-I CARTER w I MELvIN WALTER CI-IARPIER GEORGE HARRY PODLESAK H JOHN ADRIAN VANDERKLOOT JOHN CHARLES HIRSOHFELD K' ANDREW KARAEIN HENRY FREDERICK REYNOLDS ,Iii r 4 A23 I if? 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JULIAN RICHARD LULL W Av ' Q . VY Juniors '3 ARTHUR PETER WESTLUND WILLIAM FRED HAHNE 5 Q CLARENCE ELMER CRILL EDMUND FREDERICK BECKER F EUGENE QAUNCEL? DAvIsON IJIESTER QIAMPTOBQ' HOLT n DWARD ATRICK EONARD IRGIL AYNE OTTs I GEORGE LOUIS SCHULER CLYDE WILLIAM READING I A l , Sophomores 1 4 ,J HAROLD ABBOTT WRIGHT AUGUST LEWIS NOVOTNY L' go? ROBERT PAUL INGRAM DAVID DILL WILSON 95s -4 PHILIP SAMUEL DURANT ROBERT HERMAN MERSRAOH ,V FRED HARRY STRONG CEDRIO PAUL FULTON H r Freshmen 4 ' I DONALD FRANKLIN CUTHBERTSON CARROLL LOVERN COLE iw GEORGE COPELAND HENNINGER ELBRIDGE ALBERT MCINTYRE 'Q FRANK CHARLES RUTHVEN K- ,S F3 16:1 I ra Four Hundred Six fb I -1 7 1 1 , 1 ,Q-' .f.,,'LJff X '- -N, ,,w-, , .L.., , X ., ,, ., -Q, . N .5 ,p"4:! .M .T I ' gf, 1, , , -- ew ,,,, x"'iZ'.:'If'?L - 1 U - . f ,- l 1 1 V 1 A UWM" ' 'N 'ff ff ,V :.. 5 xjfij . 4. .. 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E4 MEMBERS' IN UNIVERSITY I N I. ' .Seniors , l PAUL D. CLOSE R. C. PELTZ 0 CLARENCE EMS E. G. STALEY Q THOMAS E. HENLEY G. F. UEBERRHEIN ' A. M. HOUSER, Jn. Ross J. UTLEY V F. E. JOHANSEN R. W. WILEY 4 ' Juniors . I H AENDERSON I-IIIEATON A . . ERG . . ASWELL 4 I 1 A. D. CLAUSEN C. A. NEUIIEUIHEII I I L W. S. COLLINS W. L. WHITE ' 5 - M. S. COFFMAN , 1' is Sophomores is 3.1 R. B. ALLEN H F. A. Dlcxs ff 'Q R. A. BARNES J. G. GRANT ,H P. W. CHAPIN S. F. HEDGCOCK' r IEIONANT A KUKUK l . . RUM . Arronn J. SPEAKMAN M: 'J Freshmen I ' ' K' FZ K. T. DIcKs E. F. PARNELL A A Q I,I?EwEs SHORT fi . . oUcHIN . TRONG if W. E. JOHNSON W Fmlr Hundred mum 'AX r '1 ' 1 rw. 1, 'imlfiifvifi OTIQE 15322 IILLISQ V 12,1 Q Q' ' ' wr. SE 225652 bw 513 W 9252 W5 S31 53 9 rx I, A f , i P ,KP rx " 25' n Y if f 1 1 ' 1 ' w I In U L E! Vi ' 7- ff f N 1 g gg A Q? Q2 W W i 4 hi! Li 1 I' n l 1 L: LY :sg 31 Y T011 R010-BERG, HASVVELL, ALLEN, WHITE, UTLEY. 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ETHAN ARLO NORTON, B.S. .I R2 , MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W Graduate w U SAMUEL MARION MCELVAINE, B.S. - Seniors E WILLIAM MALKMUS ROBERT WAYNE LAMBERT ga HILEY LEMEN WARD , GEORGE EVANS TAYLOR 5 I I RALPH TOLIVAR McQUINN F 5 . A ' ' ' Juniors x I ' ELBRIDGE KITCHELL FARRAND HARLEY LILLARD KNAUER I I ' ' GEORGE ERNEST KELLER MILTON ORLANDO NARAMORE,sJR. 4 4 I A TRUMAN MAOKENZIE CROWELL CLARENCE DOMINIQUE GRIGGS . L1 ,ba HAYES HILBERT WEBSTER LLOYD LAVERNE THRASHER 5, N, xi '1 Sophomores P' H' ALLEN SAWYER BENZING GRANT LEON BULLIs ' 'H IRVING JOEL HOLMGREN ' BERNARD EDWARD HENRY f FRED RAPHEL SHOEMAKER THEODORE LOUIS HASBROUOK HERMAN LOUIS COOK w 'H Freshmen K' IQ BURDETTE QRVILLE PHILLIPS GEORGE GORDON MACKAY Q ARTHUR BURRIs HAROLD JOHN BLUMENSHINE 5 LAWRENCE THEODORE WEAR ' THEODORE WILLIAM BIESTER if WALTER PAUL PETERSON ROBERT EDWARD MURDOOH, JR. gli , f A ll' Four Hundred Ten IM r 'I l I ,-v ,-.. U. 1 w. I 1 1 , , 'Kif'fff:l'if:" .QQ S - , g 1 P E. 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'-5i-- Pe ,Zvi db Gb Q 1 I Q If w Four Hundred Eleven 15 f x I Y 1 I J ig A d d ddAA d Mm d L52 d A f ---L H --- N: :'A'1i-wfwm am ff ,?4fgdIfi'SI+dffv2 A Affd,,ALl.'E?lQ-r "95',,413f'5Il?!5IiQK9g?s5 3511912522 Img.. N1 W1 .F .E zE'rA BETA TAU Q Founded at the College of the City of New York 1898 Sl .W Twenty-Five Active Chapters N A R A I 'l I I 1 .fl V , 1 r X 1 ' . 4 In 12:1 F , Q nno cnnrrnn 1 N ' Q Q Established at Illinois 1912 H K8 MEMBERS IN FACULTY 83 MAX WASSERMAN N l MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY , W ' Seniors M HENRY K. LEVY B'. S. KRELSTEIN W gg S. E. HEILBRON SAM C. PERLMAN 4,6 RoY L. KALVER L. C. SALZENSTEIN y" I A. M. BREMER . 1 I I Sl, . . . . n. Q Jumors P , HERBERT S. BERNSTEIN LAWRENCE WEINGARTEN 4 I NORMAN GUTFREUND B. LEWIS PAKE I , 1 IRVING I. ROSEMAN E. G. STERN tp ' ' V Sophomores ' 4 M L1 ,fl GEQRGE MEYER LEONARD RosENRLA'r'r gg seg' CHARLES SALzENs'rE1N W SIDNEY RosENRERc 'gf '1 Ross SCHWARZMAN ARTHUR DRIELSMA W' I VICTOR PERLMAN . IRWIN B. KRUGER I I JOHN H: CI-IATZ r . Freshmen XI H ALAN STRAUS WALLACE BLUMBERG W ? PERCY TUCKER MILTON SLEPYAN :Ii I ' Four Hundred Twelve fb r '1 " ' 1 A2?-evz.QJQ1CfZ9E.fT"icEzIeeznEs iQ:',R.-aarg,sg1QED iff? , .,-. , n fv fi , 11 ixivggfl 451357 xg w yi! Ig ff? l I. Mr w t- ff rig w M' .1 M M Q . Well Mf4?,f2 iWJ1i" EM 5 Lf! lx QYEETZ M5152 fm' ai vw E . ,H X 1,551 HF :UN mg , IV7 up x f 9m iii-5. iii? if whiff .ix-l I ' V11 M .yfml Hifi wif HSM Nfl?i? 1 .1 ...iz N , .X -N Ufif is Valli! W W :Q fl? iiffl faf'F'T MJ? if um -'WI lx! ! '. 1131 lx wi f., W1 -f lszw 3553 If-j! 1 pfgf j',v'I Vvfl I' , , I' W fi h il , -1 If -f--v---- - ., ' Q. "Qg,Q5K4f,3Vu lv: . lI1P'gi'7 '-f M 1 ' Wx fv . , ff Wi-Il? 19' 1 H lt-i.. :.i :i J QQ, A, L 1 X ' ' 'w ZQLII .xpff Top R010-TUCHICR, Mmmns, mlm, nnmLsMA, lcnucmn, STERN, CIIATZ, srrrmus. Second Row-v. 1'1sru,MAN, ROSENBLATT, GUTFREUND, NVEINGARTEN, BEIINSTEIN, nosmlusnc, SCHWARZMAN, c. sALzmNs'rE1N. Bottom Row-1u:m.s1'E1N, nnmvmn, s.Plsm,MAN, mvy, HmumoN, KALVER, ROSEMAN, L. sALzsNs'rExN. Form' Humircd Thirteen Ak' 'T1l'35iAx.4 'v Qhff ' 1, J, v W, H W 1 H' w , Mn VT '1 4?-' . lf, MEN l Nr' u M ii EQ Q: L , rg ,J N I, X -If MW N! 'z LEM? nw X, Kvmi W,- Ef 14 Ei ,I 5.5, 7,: 41 V. .,, 'H 1' e., C4 W Ma 'fl 5 . r fixfxi, FN' ,gif rf Q Ml. , ,N Z reg-f' mg L- WL, I 'fs' M Hfffx 53155 1 ,X . .1"'1 il. 254: , " - "TA'f+i3:Lf':'a.-if':Y""fA' 119' -iirwi 215' A' '37 if-Fw". f... - ' - - Y ---f - 1 'V-1-ff-L-'QS WN X f9"X' '3W1ff"""'ffAWw 'E WT Um QE, Hi?" Y' ' 'm"f'T Q W NFTSQN- cvf"6,Ul?,"1' -' if ,731-54-'ff-.yi 4 5.11-fff4?H fl21 -5 -1-fy fx 4 vX'1 I Mi egsfmvm P:'S2'Z-NN... LDT:-IA omg 1QQQ Img.. 'H 'H :'IA:5es:w'.'TT T65 SW SF .' ALPHA SIGMA PHI Hui Founded at Yalle University 1845 gl Twenty-Three Active Chapters A A R l , A 3 . QRRQQ A 5.1.4219 . 532 .5.""Q-'T ' fi . I I . 1 I H . ETA CHAl?'l.'ER V- y, R1 Established at Allzmais 1.208 A f MEMBERS IN FACULTY , I El EDWARD CHAUNCEY BALDWIN, Ph.D. EVERETT EDGAR KING, A.B., M.S., M.C.E. QD JOHN DRISCOLL FITZ-GERALD, Ph.D. CORNELIUS FRANCIS KRUSE, A.B., M.A., H THEODORE HENRY FRISON, B.S.,.M.A. B.D. I - 'I J. EVERTS LAMAR, B.S. ' S Q ' MEMBERSQIN UNIVERSITY 4 . A Seniors . . . A . 1 CL' WILLIAM CLEWORTH I WALTER J. CLARKE I .- IW MAURICE J. PIERCE EARL G. MASON . . CONRAD E. SANDVOLD WALTER W. LAUTERBACH MYRON D. DOWNS WILLIAM K. KOPP HAROLD C. YEAGER HARRIS-B. CARR HARRY W. WERNER JOHN W. WESTON DONALD D. SI-IEIB ROBERT F. DOEPEL . 1 FLEMING M. SHERLAW I Juniors ' F RICHARD W. MICHAEL OCTACILIO MIRANDA 4 SAMUEL H. WALLACE WILLIAM H. MONSSON I , DONALD C. MCGINNIS ROSSITER S. LLEWELLYN ROBERT S. BRISTOL PAUL T. SANDERS 4 G. STANTON BRAZEAU PAUL L. PAYTON Ll WALTER A. STOHRER PAUL A. C. ANDERSON ,W HARVEY L. SLAUGHTER JOSEPH P. O'HERN fs Sophomores I FRANCIS H. TRAUT . SUMNER F. LEWIS PAUL J. STEWART RAYMOND C. JOHNSON. , J. PRESTON BULLARD CARL N. FURNESS X RAYMOND A. MAGNUSON HAROLD HOOPER ' GEORGE R. WHEELER D. D. DOOLITTLE K. CECIL H. CLEWORTH FRANK H. BUSH E, WILLIAM H. MOORE WILLIAM R. BUCHANAN ZX Freshmen ' MALCOLM M. CRIGHTON HERBERT L. GWINNUP 1S'! 1 THOMAS R. CONWAY QQ IAN Four Hundred Fourteen A y 1 , Y T W v f- - At .- ' - - 'r ' w-'uf YV", JvA.SS.,'S.2'IE:f. mR". A .Ii'1aS..Q+'F3IcEm.f?'E'.Ss:Ee:eaIIm,e-,-z.f'A:,R.-4aE,m9.Ce?Q ' 1 , '57 , ., C., A - ,g'i.:5g2HfY?f.. V.-1 ,1 A 2 Df5,f"x..-.-E, fy., !Y'Q:f,WElQ2,j.Qi,Q35::QI.'ECT3F:'fT.- ' f ff 'M -rn xn""'f ,. ,, f,i,MffHlf, 19 if 2 ILI,IO'-mx -w y ,S 'Y .yf,r-N-- 'S---v-S---E+ 'W7' :lf ,Fw wb ' an mail My frail 245, M sie! nl 1 P' 'f" SQ, mm ME C52 qiil ffxiil . g xv 'j Irs! I l :QU 'G ' YJ 13,7 1 UM .Cs ,W Q , I nl' ,I L . Il j . ,X ,Q i ,am I ww Ml' 'W 55 Wiz I'-'f ggi? LI, gig E E fig 2 Qs 7 . , all ' " ' 6735 'e 914 ' Ha' 1 5 -iii 7152 E2 f S fi'-13 W at 5 rm fm :ml In 744' G9 Q XV, -. ,-'CAI 5v1 gf HP V WZ S2 . . 5' Top R010-WERNER, HooPEn, nooLI'r1'LE, GWINNUP, JOHNSON, CRIGHTON, BUCHANAN, I-'URNESS rsU1.r.Anr, We nmS'roL. ' ' B Q gg Second Row--nnAzEAU, CONWAY, c.n.CLEwon'rH, LEWIS, MACNUSON, WALLACE, s'rEwArrr, XVIIEELER, TRAUT, QD hz, MIMNDA. V31 Third Row--ANDERSON, SANDEILS, LLEWELLYN, MoNsSoN, MASON, WESTON, Srounnn, SANuvo1.n, MC GINNIS ,Gi my-roN, SLAUCI-vrnrc, 0'HERN. ' 5 Bottom R010-KRUBE, CLAnKE, LAUTERBACH, SHERLAW, Sclmm, PIERCE, DONVNS, xc0PP, CARR, nolcvrcl., LAMAR. I I I F! 1 J' 1 ffj bf, 13-qu fd x P' A I 1 I V N r' 1 , E 'qui 'A L1 plz Huff rllx ff- 5 W ,I S 99 22:24 5 E W , lp K F our Hundred Fzfteen it 711' PM - - - - -- --A-.--A-W-.-...hwv ...,..,... ' ,,'F?"'R+-5q'f'7'f ' ' 'I '1 W"'mkf' , Wm? i.x."'x jf IWTLZEL' .' Qi , f' 'I v-2-,N fy- vA f V :' A N Q2fn5fr:vwV3Z,QZ HAGI:5zfQZw:-:i45.65f221E3?Q-,rZQEtv'Q?Ai51f:i '.,Sd-f4C'3L'm-T..gTxGl5 V I I A' Y 'v - --4q1c'qy- 'S' Y' -l -vi, Y Tx' AV" Y ' - ---- . rw -v-qw 1 - - , A .1 Al. . ' w A ' I ' Qgitwvvr-xv. IL' QTHQ 1922 ILLIQQ .QT . - TSZQIAQSSMQQQ 125 TAU KAPPA EPSILON 55 I P' Founded at Illinois Wesleyam, University 18.99 Dj Fourteen Active Chapters A A I 5 I I i P111 I 4 is gs 513 I 3. ai IW' ' V4 V W ' I I 1 I , 7 Y Ng GAMMA ci-:Arran Q, QQ Established at rzzenois 1912 A . MEMBERS IN FACULTY , . U GEORGE M. HIGGINS, Ph.D. ROGER W. VALENTINE, A.M. 'li DUANE T. ENGLIS, Ph.D. EDWARD NORTH, B.S. MN C. S. MARVEL, Ph.D. A Jang: DAVIS, B.S. gg RTHUR MBROSE, . . 541 G9 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q9 A h A Graduates ' l I W CHARLES PALMER L. M. SHORT W ' ' JOHN LEEK SIDNEY KELLME 4 f V " 1 WILBUR GUILD -' f '1 A - ' ' Seniors ' , A I' PAUL B. BURLEY I OLEN G. PARKHILL 7, MILES GRAY EMERSON E...RAYMoND gf 1 HOWARD. A. KRUEGER , . . , GILBERT A. .ROLL Q DAVID MALCOLMSON ABBA L. SAOENDORPH F KARL R. NATHO ALFRED A. WILD I 1 JOHN NELSON ! 4 I ' . I Juniors A A CARL X. BLAMEERG ROBERT MALCOLMSON I 4 I A JOHN S. BOWMAN LESLIE I. MCCORD L1 I-. ROBERT H. GILSON MILTON M. OLANDER ,W 8? RONALD C. GRAHAM ARTHUR H. REHORST fi 1 HARRY E. JOHNSON RALPH A. TRANK P fi HOWARD LANE LAWRENCE. WALQUIST 'f A MALCOLM HESLIP - ONIN L. WELSH , . ' Sophomores V WILLIAM J. DODD SHERMAN F. PETERSON X' In SHELLEY H. GEE C. MARTIN ROHE K- gg FRED A. KOHL LOUIS A. STONER 1, ROBERT HUMPHREY Z1 ' Freshmen '11 WILLARD HOWE WILLIAM PARKHILL 21' Q5 LEMOINE HATCH H L PENY MOORE 1 AROLD ANE I 1 Four Hundred Sixteen 'AN r 'I v I 1 '.z.1R:s,QaIv....f:i1m'.AEESLQJQICEE?Ec21L:E1"mI :A:I:q.armIcc3Q V- Tift M ,, 'Hgf ' w, - .ww-Nfww ,,fwf 'H.,.,E. ,.E1 ,, W1'THlf, 19 L i..'r ,, HW ESM .,ug, H 5,5 i f G'-.L L, : .X UH 1' QV i, f- M 'W fl llfifsaw QM 5 9553 JJX '09 f 'il ,iff Liv V VVW5 ,L Q MM 'M HQ gm W QV? 124 Q' I W :WN " . 9 1l,'A1 05,13 IW . , ,gf 'D 11 W by Cz? P95 ,674 fn- f ,x M wird 1,233 M 5 IH, I W W M 13,1 QE ,XZ m M W HW Fic' Ml W nh, 11 Q . K' l 'lffthyl J Plz' My " NWT. , "- N" Top R010-MALCOI.MSON, HOWE, 1co11L, noun, STONER, 1-ARKHILL, HATCH, WELCH. Second Row-LANE, Mc Conn, noun, GEE, PETERSON, LANE, ROLL, GEAHAM. Third R020--JOHNSON, m-znonsr, wAl.QU1s'r, DLOMIKERG, OLANDER, Gnsox, nowMAN, '1'nAN1c, BURLEY. Bottom R010-PAl!IiIIILL,VNATH0, nom., NELSON, nAYMoNn, MALCOLMSON, xcnuncmc, crmv, SAGENDORPII. 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S2 SIGMA PI-II EPSILON Q . .u 5. ,N Established at Richmond College 1901 A r it K Forty-Sia: Active Chapters I I . 53 A 2' eeee I " F' h . . 1 I . 1 i I - l 1 I ILLINOIS ALPHA CHAPTER" Ei Established at Illinois 1917 65 db Ib U 1 al MEMBERS IN FACULTY WILLIAM H. HYSLOP, Ph.D. RUSSELL M. STORY, Ph.D. Q f ' A A Q I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY N f . I - . L A q . , . - W fg - H . W Seniors A ,VAI A V H ALVIN G. MATHEWS J. FRANK MARTINO QQ CHARLES'H. BARTLETT . JAMES B. BURGEE Q5 ' . ALFRED W. THURSTON ' P' , ' , ' 1 1 G ' Juniors A Q WILLIAM VM. MURRAY . GEORGE 'P. FENN F L RQBERQ L. POLLARD ' MAURICE L. NORDGREN 4 I FORREST M. CONDIT FRED' S. GoETz I 4 L G. MALCOLM -BAIRD ALBERT H. GOODRICH , C. GLENN MCTAGGART I PAUL H. ESSLINGER . .J , L 59:4 A Sophomorcs Q '11 JEAN L. SCHUREMAN DONALD C. PATTEN P' 'Y ALLAN J. Goon CLARENCE H. FREARK 'ff A JACK P. BAIRD ROBERT A. GALEREATH , DALE B. ESMOND CHARLES E. KRUSE, JR. ROBERT H.'FERGUSoN LEo R. FORTIER X, Freshmen AUGUST R. ORTLEPP . . KEEN A. RAFFERTY Z' Q4 CLINTON K. MCTAGGART ROBERT F. FLYNN Q ' MAITLAND H. CooPER ANSEL V. Cox 51 ' Q r I 'A Four Hundred Eighteen A r '1 , ' ' i 1IRn2,..Q-,SJ'QIcfEE.fT":EIIEzaEs :A:',R-,4azmzG , i I 1 14, ,, - -, Y 'rvzzi-.--:f-fi.- ff- Mx-,-ff-fgwwwh--M'-'H-1F rf "ia"1g' 1,3 jj'T:gf2 T::gg1:.?ifT:-1' WQYI-IL1 19 22 ILLIOA ji Q1-f LJ"-"'i- gif? :Vg Wx Hhs Jia-l QW gifg H ., wig, 323 hiv' ur-r 'Iff V4 'Q IZ Ea A '51 .Vi uk X x I M9 U 1 Ki , L. if nga ljgi mf '1 ig 1 4 if r AQ A L- U Y! 131 V 'f gf" nfl fs . ap Q9 U U 1 I ZS gg Ky? gl k 1 I .A ,6 W sw? Q4 mv G3 SP: ka- F4 L 4 5 A l 4 'VJ EW 10? fa -'11 rl w If 15 , ki r - ty Y 'H Top Row-coon, scnmu-:m.xN, S.I'IlCllSON, Knusu, l"0lYl'IlilK, 1fmccusoN, GALIXIKHATII, Mummv, NORDGREN. Ma' Q SCCOHII R010-0. l'Il'IllSllN, C. MC TAGGART, 0l!Tl.l'Il'l', IIICRRIGLL, IGSSLINGICR, FIIEARK. F Third Row-lcsnmwn, 1-,vm-:N, Gowrz, J.1lAllllJ, CONl!l'1'. 453' Fourth Row--M.1mmn, uurmxucn, u. Mc1'AGGAR'1', l'l'1NN, 1-0l.l.A1u1. Lg- FTS Bottom If0IU'Y'MAlI'l'lN0, MA'l'lIl'1WS, 1xAwrL1c'rT, lsunulcw, 'r1IUus'roN. ,rig QD db I YJ!! A x y fl N VAX l"0Ilfl' llundrrri Niamtcmn 1, f 245' ,Ffh :Qi T73fI'f'ffL3f"A'-ilffififf'TY.'lAffF5ff! -ALTTEEQ 1, Qffii- 4.1ff if1F lffjjffg " - ?gf+qj23g:f22r3p52gQ3 C' YT ' J"""'6! Tr' A-' C 'H CC -' "1 'wr' ""'-fy QZQQXQVEWXA-u..,. - . . ILE eTI,1E1QQ'2 ILLIQQ Hdwiww-XT . -1T.:Z?a..J".'-iwtilmz il M H AE rf!! 'I ALPHA CI-II RI-I0 R4 R +1 - oun e at mnz y 0 ege . W F 11 a T ' '1 0 zz 1895 F 'X Seventeen Active Chapters A A I , I I A I 1 J' 'Exif ing v I fyrflfk i' ' 7 4 ' AL-A Y , '19 ' I 1 rl "' 1 in ig PHI KAPPA OHAPTER Established at Illinois 1916 M I MEMBERS IN FACULTY . N H , FRED WILEER TANNER, Ph.D. WARNER GRENELLE RICE, A.B. Q gb . LEO GABRIEL HARRIS, B.S. ROBERT E. KENNEEDY, B.S. In .I L5 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I R4 Graduate R-4 K 1 RAYMOND JAMES SONTAG, B.S. W , Seniors 4 QQ :.?RTl5UR H6kROLD BODENSCHATZ 1X0:7HERRI'1E1' WERDEIE HEGAN W . RA THO OPES YRON HESTER ODDARD vp RALPH LESTER MOCLELLAND 4 Juniors - N CLARENCE HERSCHEL SOI-IOOLEY OGDEN LIVERMORE F I THEODORE GEORGE KOERNER DWIGHT AvERY NUESSLE 4 I ROBERT GAIL THOMPSON JOHN CARVER -HOWARD I EDGAR BENNETT HENNING DANIEL ORSON HOWARD I 1 Sophomores L1 rg? WALLACE WILLIAM WILSON FREDRIC LELAND RICE gg X1 ' HALDEMAN ADAIR WEBB ALVIN CARL MELCHIOR Q! MAXWELL ELVERTON GEIPEL GEORGE HENRY WALBERT ,H Y Freshmen , WILLIAM BENZIES, JR. JOHN WESLEY SMITH lx' MARK WILLIAM PAEST JOHN HENRY GODDARD f A JOHN GIBBS MEADOR ROLAND HENRY POPKEN K- gg LESLIE CLINTON THURMAN U FRANK ALBERT BAGLEY gy BURTON HALE SEARS CHARLES FRANKLIN MEALS Z1 LOGAN FLETCHER PEIRCE LELAND JOHNSON su A :Pi A ds 'lf 'ne Q sa Faur Hundred Twenty ,XX I '1 r 1 'r-Nw' ' P ' H V- if' '1 "'1' 'T r r'w,x QQk SL1 . ,, 'i?.?3u"?5 ' r.r! ag,EFW'?. 521Tx-s45Q5AGfQ ...L 5. ,,., vi N A' E 'E ' , E 95? . -Q ,.. - . L4 QTHQ 1QQQ HUGO ,QT . - TEZQIYZQIRW. .. 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DALY RICHARD G. KENDALL H - V.-RAYMOND EDMAN RHENE B.'LAw WILLIAM R. ENYART TRUMAN J. MOHR CHESTER A. FRANCIS WALDEN W. PAAPE N Freshmen ' PAUL A. HERMSMEIER EVER J. AFENNIE Z IRQ EE 'Il' H Four Hundred Twenty-four fb 1 1 ' I UwSSnS5Hf.ie1azf-.-Im".A aS:451.iEIe1mmff"iSR:SzeHaie:1.s.SzR:z'4amzC6:i 1 - ff-Tl..A,-,W " Mfg ' i , A wp., ,. --'fn-ff V' , W NFS,-:f- , ', ,, -- -xy v ,113 N: x Q-4 4 - LL-' x ky M Y W-3 W 4 1 U ' X , iffjij Sgi lggffgi 'sz' P ' 9 4 Y , :J ri 'E f-1:1 V Q.. ' L iw C1 1 l':"t1 L , , , I 191 M 3 4, , -.A mi! 441 V4.4 DIN dig. W A l 1 Wild ' Weil ,M ' NN-T, J 1 X MXH: W3 , A-E1 .NN lg im' E? Qi? V14 WW 5.4, GA IEW Q5 Q53 5 i 9 :fl ij rffftft 7 ' 561 f x UAW W 1 4 W ' P4 f k ! W A I V W F 4 I Em? 1 , ' mm 3175 511' gl? Sir K I k A l JK ti QQ! 'Qc 3-fi ld V1 T' 'xx If 1 5 , , . 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K Founded at University of Cwlifornia 1914 'A I Three Active Chapters , I 5 I A Ei 'H V 4 r I I i 1 Y I V 1 ' 52 GAMMA CHAPTER FQ HSV A Z!! I Established at Illinois 1921 lf! NA UE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY KB Seniors gg 951 DWIGHT FUNK BRAOKEN HAROLD NOYESA MYERS QQ WARREN VERNE DARNALL LEE NORTON SHADDLE Q HARRY BURTON HOFFMAN SIDNEY KELLER STARR SIDNEY FUNK TowNsEND I X IYI , Q - I Juniors W LYLE NELSON BARCUME WILLIAM Dow BOUTWELL W EQCENNETHRHAISIS MYERS EREDERICJORTER THRADER I A ,HOMAS EX OUTH UBERT ILLARD NIGHT Af" 'Q WIPPERT A. STUMPF ' , WALTER JOEL WESSMAN fi? 6 HORACE HOLBROOK GOODELL IRVING PIERSON I A I ' . 4 K + Sophomores I I I , HOWARD FREDERICK ENGELBRECHT CLARENCE ARTHUR NUTT , , FRANCIS ALvA sGABRIELSON DONALD LEROY QUINSEY I I ,J ROBERT LAVERN MATLOCK - EMERY THIEL L 13? DAVID V. FELTS JOHN ERNEST DECKER lg! 54 HAROLD EVERETT WESSMAN 'Sf yi I A ' A ' 'H Y t Freshmen - EARL BEEM RONALD WILLIAM CLARK N In LAWRENCE LYLE WINN W U U I-1 rl 54 I Four Hundred Twenty-sin: r '1 A v' I 92. ' .,,Ag,:fi.r.:?5s4z.-P-,gi-1ai's',A z,.Asf-??1wEf?2cE5IeszeHIie:Q,if1:A:f5e..dasiQEQ .F K. x - r x 4 1 V W 'Zh'-7'62'f""fA Wifi! Tri' e-v Av' K '-gii4WT"'h'f4i2-?7f"', ' QQ 1 --s--f-'Qihh--- - - 1 M 011.11 1922 111100 19.0 W AW 4 I '14 1813? 51: 5" rg .H N. K 1' . 1 A A ' I 1553! IZ! L. 'QQ arg "5 I 9 Vai' r lr ' 1 l 1 r 1 4 L' ha? 'HW KC! uf'-1' FA af-' ' 115 U 1 ,QE IAN 1111, ,psf FW QL? . . ii ' 'VJ K f K LE Eff GD GT? as Ja 555' Cf? Msn u w Q1 x A 1 1 1 ' 1 fi if 13? '6' 11 4 if 1 1 .Top ROZUP-GAHRIELSON, TOWNSEND. '1 , Second Ifow-swummf, NV.WlCSSMAN, WINN, nNGm.nm:cu'r. P Third Now---s'rAmz, 1-uansoN, CLARK, SIIADDLE ' Fourth lion' -SCIIRAIIICR, KNIGHT, Qlvlxsnv, nmv,xl.l., u0nmal.L, MXIRS 'Q Fifth Row---nm:M, K. Mvmxs, Hom-'MAN, IKOIVFUFIJ., BIATLOCK. 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Seniors , H DAVID EDWARDS FIELD FRANK WILLIAM MEZEK qp CLARENCE JOHN FISHER FRED WILLIAM ORLAND W CLIFFORD RAYMOND ILLYES NUGENT ATHERTON RAOLAND Juniors , 1 CARL BECKER RUSSELL ARTHUR MERZ gk, N LYLE BRAMWELL FRANK HENRY SANDHOLM 5 LLOYD WILDUR LEHMAN EDWARD OLIVER SOUTHARD F I LAWRENCE HOWARD SWARD , K I Sophomores I I ' l ,ARCHIE LEON BURT GLENN CARAWAY HODGES I ' CECIL REYNOLDS DANIELSON HOBART CARRINGTON JAMES ' 1 .1 l, WALTER MILFRED ERICSON GUSTAVE FERDINAND NELSON ig, 59? CHARLES KENDALL FISHER EDMUND STROTHER PHELPS Q92 '1 EMERSON LLOYD GOBLE DAVID NATHANIEL SALSTROM P' NI' EDWARD BENJAMIN HINKLY 1 CARL ADOLPH SWENSON 'fi I CHARLES WOODY THOMPSON , D ' :I I Freshmen N ERNEST JUSTIN ALBERTSON GAIL MILLS N 'H GORDON JENNINGS CALAME I RICHARD ARNOLD PATTERSON K- Q WILLIAM RICHARD HOYERMAN PAUL LEONARD TUCKER I r QU3 fi qu R Famr Hundred Twenty-eight I '1 v I Q: .E I ,.,f.....f. mfa'O 1-3,4 .13 A., , V-,QTLQQi'7'7f7'1" 1I"fZff'TT "A"""" "" X' fff'fi?g,,'gf ,, X A,,' ' .Wm ..A, ,,,,2w,g f' ,,,, 3-3-Tjj'ijj'T7q fp. """"""""'-""' Q !'f5"f- xv' bil Mo Wil f '1 'H 'N ofa MQ sm viii 533 F:-3 .lf-" I f ' EF?-Z S1 53 ii? .X all . o eff X , I , Mfg? hu l ,Aa MD' 'ff L Q11 J . J' gba 1 . r o P 'y 1 , Y 1 V, 1 x if he lx ' ' , F5 EM Zan 'g' - sf 4 U I U U IE ELG Sue VV VV 5:75 ,wld N11 x V 4, L I 1 , 1 rl 11 if? :fl Pa. iq I , w ro ' W Top Row-nrmMwm,L, om,ANn, SANDIIOLM, mccmm, SIMPSON, xvmzmc, FIELD, RAGLAND, ILLYES, Mrcnz, 'n G. J. 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NOXON - H QQ LL MELVINi'NELSON FRANK H. 0'DONNELL. W , . WILLIAM H. MARTIN . ' . It Y-'Z 4 - .I Juniors f gl ', HOWARD G. SASSMAN ' JOHN W. GRIFFITH 5 H ELMER D. ENGLISH I ' KENT A. ALOORN F , EARLE J. COLLINS PERRY S. fCALKINS A K ' GEORGEJ. BARTLE JOE SHERMAN KELLY I I CHARLES F. ROAN . - JOHN M. NELSON A I I LAWRENCE D. SMITH . W . LJ 4 W M Sophorhores ' E - " . be' 15 LESTER M. EATON CHARLES O. HOOPES fi '1 EDWARD E. MILLER ROBERT J. SASSEMAN P' 'Y JOHN A. TENINGA 4 MELOHOIR A. WAGNER 'H A WALTER T. ANDERSON Q I r A Freshmen ., , THOMAS E. TEBO JULIEN JORDAN , 5 PAUL C. STEELE CHARLES 0. SKINNER E is PHILIP B. DIDHAM MAURICE W. NELSON pq ,M MAYNARD HARVELL ARTHUR F. ESSMUELLER U 'IV fi' ' I ' I 'A Four Hundred Thirty I 'I v 1 Qfgegezmmzghmw, imHvs...AS+f?KGQS..-f'Hc-EEIEW v---- v., ei? 'gvtgqfwi Q.5Q,,ii, fi? 'hfww H' Q-ggi ,, rvwarv'-Y www- ww I 4 - L L I Ad, . N- W A on 1 51 f mi L gi- 545 V4 fi , if-5 S Ki ml -V4 rl. 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ARILD MORIN BRENNE ALBERT ALvA KRAL, JR. . . , . LESLIE ARTHUR DREW OTTO THEODORE LAUEE l Q JL , - - " Juniors 1 RAYMOND SHERIDAN COREY JUNIUS RAYMOND GARDNER :gig Q WALTER SAMUEL DEHAvEN JOHN HARCOURT MOTT A . RUDOLPH JOSEPH PICHA P I 4 1 V I Sophornores I j ' PERRY N. FERGUSON JERRE KOHOUT LI ,gag ROBERT GALERAITH ' RICHARD MERRITT MOTT ,f, 11 EARL LoU1s KERST CLAYTON BAZEL SCHROOK 'fi w A A A if r i " ' Freshmen ' - i ROBERT FRANK BLAHA RAYMOND CARL NELSON w I A CARROLL HENRY HARRINGTON ELLWYN SWAN WADSWORTH K. ' ' M I l I u I I U In Few' Humu-ca Thirty-:wo IAN v x W 55 as S15 n H + I P if q '4 L P ' I 4 , I Q -3' F3 w 2 P H H 1 H . I 1 Z? W CED 65 F- F' J WI F fi Qi vw xl 1 E21 3:35 ra W Vi gh Fi if A I ' T I ' P a 1 l I tl pig life sv ma 5 1 F4 sf f y V Q Y I .A . wi Qi I ' vf' Y 5 R010-IKOIIOUT, GALBRAITII, IQRAL, DREXV, IKRBNNE, FERGUSON. V Q7 X -4 Second R070-R. IUOTT IAUUP COR' Y I BYOTT, GARIYNICR, SCIIROCIC, PICIIA. 1 r- Y E I,0ltO'Hl R010-ICERST I I' IIAN LN Nl IQON BLAIIA, XVADSXN 011111, !IAnRINGTON- :ga gg: I P 1 1 '35 '55 I 9 5 , V. V w rum zmmzmz Tnmy-mwe x. gf K' , my .fm gg ,,-,,..,,-,A-m A MM.,-,....i,-,x , ,YW -M,,,A v ,V-,Y,, , 4 A lm ' ETQ A2"'v-ii-' 'vzgufia' ' 'Tf'Qf'ZZ'f1f':-,17 V 5 ,- --- V ,yy AL, v- " " - - -L N . 1 . N. 7, X f?:?7L447"'.ih'5',fr,fff1al34i:-- 7.511le4! g9E!.i55Q fG'31!r:9fhiiE,i?Q?g-3 Slffffff-'A:92Lj'3?"?,2 V" I'-?""v ' I ' "-D' -4' Avg V Y 'V S --- - 4 vw-41--1 'Y ATUQ 1922 ILLIQQ AdA'22Em-'EEILEQQMAQ .. ,E I , I SIGMA ALPHA MU I-4 b-I Q v -N Established at City College of New York 1909 'N Twenty-Seven Active Chapters f' R A I . Ii id R1 if I B 1 I I V A l 1 Y Y 4 In mm CHAPTER QE Esiabzished at Illinois 1918 3 H55 Q MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' EARL E. LIDMAN Q ' , A "P MEMBERS 'IN UNIVERSITY ' ' K 1 - , , I WI . Seniors A V, . . IsADoR CHAPMAN SAMUEL ARTHUR ,LICHTMANN i 4 F Q Juniors ' DAVID' IRA FELDMAN SAMUEL LENARD BIESPIEL 4 MAX M.,LIDSCHIN' J. HAROLD MEYER all ' FRANKLIN ALLENA ALTER ' LOUIS JOSEPH 'MILLER 9 N ADDLPH M. FRIEDMAN ALBERT FRANK ROSENBLUM F K . I JAMES JACK SKIRDW I A ' ' A A K Sophomores I " ,- l 4 ', . ' -MORRIS ARTHUR BLUMENTHAL SAMUEL OLIVER SHAPIRO - 1 . A ARTHUR MANDEL EzRA DELsoN . L Q? EDWARD EVERETT VOYNOW MORRIS S. LEVIN Qi!! in ABNER SIDEMAN ' BYRON G. SHARPE 'V H ARTHUR W. SCHER I I .fl , l S Freshmen A - A ' ABRAHAM FELDMAN JOSEPH DAVID LANDFIELD w MILTON JENE SAMKovITz EARL DAVID SILVERMAN 'p JOSEPH LEROY WEINER LoUIs DAVID ZASLOFF M' 2 MosE LEvENsTEIN SIDNEY LIEDERMAN R 4 -.1 hi A E5 IAN Emir Hundred Thing-four 'AN r '1 " ' N'x,, ., ' i, ,r , V Qi. . - L 1-wa-'b iv 7 r'7 V Qamgggsm..-e14,1s.-if-mRa'. i 2vA...AEJ4?af:fEm.r?"2Qz1eW1sI A w. X 1 . 4 'H if fx iv U ,. I .y Y ra: . , o 1 , , V, fi Ply. N ,V , ,, IX M r- I N',wV+' VM .cp r!:'fF1f 32.131 wow! M3511 3J1l,?fM fl 5 !'1,,l I sy. ,I Hr! L J ' W lffffil 5' 'fs fygjmh KQV: if fgxxl GCT? M! Q fig! o,. .25 IAM wx 111.3 "'::p Sm Q'-if 'iii QW, 5 iw! B I7-'rm' T341 13? W fill! H14 aj: ??r fi Q'-1 ill? WI 52.14 '-'ll 1, .nik 'W i,'.v3g Fili Wg 11 JZ, , 'AT"'f -"W--f-W f o 'gQHf1'L11g 19:22 f ,J .wf:'f--"N+----""-'-f+- --'---' ' Top R010-ZASl.0l"lf', slmrmo, SIINICIIMAN, r.m'1N, wrzmlcn, A.wcl.lm1,xx. M,xNnm,. Second lf01U--l.ANlll-'ll-ILD, smmn, sAM1cov1'rz, FIKIICIIMAN. Third Rozummmcn, ROSl'INIll.UM, SCIIER, um.soN, mx-:svn-rl., xu.Ux-:M'r1ml.. Bottom Row-vox'N0w,'1,mscxuN, Airman, l.ICIl'l'MANN, cum:-nmN, n. l"l41l.llRl'AN, smuow, Mxnuzn. Fon r llmrdrwl Tl: irly-ITM! , S, y 1-A eqvf 1 TE, Thx -jlr-w 'gem .- 'y,."'i? 543, q,3,,g53,11ff if YQ -SX 3 A ww . , ,I ,-51 .A ,N . f . , 1-Q-Qfrhg'-ff? 'iff xrisf1f'1eQAkf.,PH.'--lfciv '."f"-IW-f f-9-K 43" 2,-:vm S 115151, "'fff'.-1-'sf v-' T--'-'BN , z,,,L.......,.,-Y. --J...:.,.-..g.-,....:g,i, , 7, , ,W .,,.,,:, ,, 1, , , , ' ,, o -! ' H 4 Me H -.gl ,A :Q 4 ,, 1 1 , j ef, A Ri W-5 5 5f'1.o ll MW I lxx' 'v I 1!i' we 1'5'Wi: W ' 1 UL' M H,.'.u"! V" ui ff fg Um' f' ,3-,,' i . .I 5,.,s.,2:' "MMT Jef 1. vp Q 11' 'J ' M M5112 pggii WE 1' 4' 'lim f. Ji up.- ..,. HKU' b'I,'.,'s VME wmlfw 1, ll ge w M4 og Wk W . Q I Glam' 11 Vp Nfl wfffi Wifi' ifgml NW: wifi. H JM 'EMC 1,1- Qffs' . gg -vivcwr "-" TY- Y 1 - - -.- - 71' S539-E. L Jr-rvwxffa SLR oT1,.1Q1Q2'2 ILLIQ.. rt' . - , ...Zs5 W I Q " rd GAMMA SIGMA KAPPA ga Founded at University of Illinois 1918 A A A Ai is V . 7 1 1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY WJ OTIS A. BARNES A MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q Graduate . RUDOLPH A. FAUST Seniors MAYNARD T. .BARTHOLOMEW DONALD A. RITTENHOUSE CLARENCE L. BROOK WALTER W. SOHUTT Af MAURICE C. CREW PAUL WALKER ARNO C. JOHNSON LORENT-z E. WORMLEY H , Juniors gg IVER T. ALMRERG ELMER G. KRAUSE 1 WALTER' A. BLUE CAROL R. MCDONALD gl, GLEN P. BROCK FREDERICK T. MEWES A HERMAN L. ERERHARDT . CHARLES H. PRUITT P KARL M. GIREON WILEUR J. WOODS , . Sophomores I I CHARLES A. BCEHNER HARRY S. MILLER - 44 HOWARD H. CORK JASON W. NEMOYER L HAROLD B. HAMPER ALBERT A. RALSTON sg! JOHN A. KLEIN A STURGES L. VICTOR ,V JAMES R. MOALLISTER GLEN B. WALKER ,H GLEN E. WELSH I Freshmen A L, ORBY C. BOYD FRANK S. HOWARD ug WALTER D. CAIN GLEN E. POTTER ip WALTER A. HARRIS GEORGE N. WIOKHORST 21 K? ROBERT A. YOUNGBLOOD if as I N Four Hundred Thirty-six ,Ax r 1 v 1 J 'iwSr...Ass-"?1w3.f?"'iSzfO.m '1rAR::4arEQzCEE Q9 fi'i'3 PI'2! QTTQQ E522 ILIVIOQ DH W kvi i s 9 I I 4 gp V47 y 8 ma , ,g I gg.-f 5 ' "' as I S1 .w if N A R i f A I I !I yx -A y. ll ' sf! :of I n , 51 7 N r 1 l 1 Y I 4 In HQ I F1 L Q ,..w , an I I - U QP I 1 al Q M Q? S32 K f' KY! !e E11 'F-'Q ' 4:5 FJ L .Q vi F: I A l I 1 1! Xl L-1 5,1 sea fi P1 P4 I 'f N I Yi N Y Top R010-POTTER, KLEIN, YOUNGIILOOD, CORK, I'RUI'I"l', HARRIS, IIOEIINER, RALSTON, IIAMPER, CAIN, G. IVALKER, I' I VVELSII, MILLFIII, VVICKIIOICST, MC ALl.IS'l'lCl!, IIOIVARII, VICTOR, IXOYTI. I A Second R010-BARN ES, ALINIIIEIIG, MCDONALD, NHMOYHR, BLUI BROCK, GIBIION, WOODS, KRAUSE, EBERHAR-DT, K wrrwnn. E Bottom ROW-FAUST, IVORMLEY, CIIDIV, JOHNSON, UROOI 9 IIITTENIIUUSE, SCIIUTT, BARTIIOLOMEIV, P. NVALKER. Q P' Ha 'gf l F 1 w gl ' I I Four Hundred Thirty-seven Q 'M rm: -I I Y , --.ww ,,,, 4 ,.., ,. ,- , ,..,:'ff,H,,, , .A.A, H- ,153 mfrw- w wir- - -' - ' T .. ff wiv- .- fi., TY- " .' I 4 .,.,,.fQ5Q:Nv14f".1,, ,ffl-rQ:1.wEZ?:.Q4 .ff1Q1g1E3gg ILLIQO KAPPA DELTA RI-IO Q P- .u F. Founded at Middlebury College, 1905 rx A R J A W 1 1 1 1 A E. 5? W 1 I 1 1 , . 1 1 Y J Established at Illinois 1921 l 4 ' 511 Eight Active Chapters ,4 .Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ZS I ' 'Nl 'Lia 6 G d t NNVIAIEEEH '0 HONHHVTQ H. A. BROWN, M.S., Q9 . Seniors X I RICHARD B. BEST BENJAMIN S. GARVEY W - LOUIS HUBER JESSE R. JOHNS I - WILLARD W. KELSEY JOHN H. KANEY l lg GEORGE W. CROMER 0'r'rO GRESENS :Hb ' . JI. rf I r-1 if" ' Juniors . i HORAOE M. GRAY LANE W. JOHNSON I1 WELDON POWELL CHARLES L. MOFARLAND F JOHN H. BENSON HAROLD M. OSBORN H OSCAR L. DOUD WESLEY D. WILSON 4 1 1 LOY J. BLAKELY VERNE D. WITNAH FT 1 VI ,nm I 4 . la ' ' 'lr I I 4 ' Sophomores LJ 5? HENRY A. CROLL ' VERNON KNAPP -1 ARLYN G. HEROHE JOHN C. RAWLS P' hs FRANK J. MOFARLAND ' JOSEPH L. WILLIAMSON W' r Freshmen N EDWARD B. HAND LESTER E. PURER 'H HORAOE W. OLCOTT JOHN E. YATES K' 'Q H 'Q 5 ? .1 5:34 Four Hundred Thirty-eight in r '1 ' ' -.---- ,15-11 r,. r' ,M :Q ,Q , -rl 4:4 -NV- 1 Q - wnv- 5 if r Y ' 1 ,LN 'I 'SPL :I W " E ' ' 1 x 1 w .Q fi U , ll! -1 X., nf, A H E .L 1 NH I W fl I if 3713 4 5 1 I 1 2, .'lI V .l 1 ,, df ,: Vp., Nm! X lfvfuf Wx W ,LJ x, ., I ' X 1 1 fjg 5' ,,3 osfgif uid" . R im "awk, 'hz , I-"FI, 'fri' JR? qs we Us si E1 by I. VI 7,1 I! .N iq. u I "7 i Q C W5 if W iii QQ iv! ,SMS s ,, 'Q W .-Ax H f.. 1 :P wfofmi 1, 'I H Nj 7 .N fl .M KT 3 UW nk Nix "M .'YLqfl'lFff 155' XIXA 1 PLL, 1 J - V W - ,, Y, . ,,, K f-4., Top limi' l'I'Rl-ill. n,xw1.s, lmxn, l'UNYEI.l., 0. MCI-'AI!l.ANIP, cuou., vA'rl:s, 0I.C'0'l"l'. Second How-o OSIKOILN, l!l.AliICl.Y, wn.l.IAMs0N, IHCIKCIIE, WIIITNAII, .ronNsoN. Thirzl Huw ulmv, WILSON, KNAPP, IKICNSON, noun. Bottom Ron: m-:s'r, Hum-rn, Kms:-JY, CROMICII, GAIIVICY, JOHNS, xmxm, umcslws. Four Il u nflrrrl Thirty-niww W-L ,. ., .V ,V-V , -4 Am- -. W,-..f,.1f'f L'k'l'f" , 1 Q - "qv: f" -f-1:f'."4v. X ,-,V.,,.fN.g,L-,bf ,wave-- L-5 ' -,,,,. .1 N ,ug M11 If W Y X A 44.. ad ,x m'Tf'I-Erie-vo 'Ai"'gff"5v"l'!Y9'P' "-'P Y' ' f' ' " x 'fg,i'5f?'ff'.f A -, Y., , Qknwr -,W Y ,.w L 'L . -Y 4 vw-.rl ' N .. - 1 ' ' - - ' I "ll ILL? QTHQ 1922 ILLIQQ Ld? . -,'N.l'2R3ff."f- gfQ ' ' I gg! COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 5.3 Ig ki Founded at University of Illinois 1907 SI ,H Thirty-Five Active Chapters ' 'N I A K , I A , I I 1 1 f If I II 'E XI I if I ' Nh' VI I I ILLINOIS c HAP'Tr:n ' Established at Illinois 1907 ig ' ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY In as QEDWARDHCHAUNCEY BALRwEN,Lf1XD.M D ELLERE-:I BURTOQN PAINEi31Ygf.S. -, OSEPH OWARD EARD, . ., . ., . . RED ENRY ANKIN . . , BRUCE WILLET BENEDICT, B.S. SAMPSON RAPHAELSOIII, A.B. QE LEONARD BLOOMFIELD, Ph.D. WILLIAM FREDERICK SCHULZ, Ph.D. H WALTER CASTELLO COFFEY, M.S. VICTOR SHELFORD, Ph.D. Q HERMAN BERNARD DORNER, M.S. RAFAEL ARCANGEL SOTO, B.S., M.A. ' ' ROBERT DOUGLAS GLASGOW, Ph.D. HENRY JACOBUS vAN DEN BERG - as TI!-IOMAS EDWARD OLIVIER, Ph.I?Vi W EDWARD WAIQIIIIKQ5 A.B., M.S., M.E., E.E. gg H AROLD ALCOLM ESTERCAARD, . . H MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY M Graduates I If VLADIMIR TANE BELLEE WERNER MARLOTH W I VERNON BOSMAN LEWIS BRADFORD RIPLEY LEOPOLDO SUDANO CLEMENTE ANTON ERIC ROMYN p 1 RENE GUIET CHARN JIT SINGH pq Q JACOBUS STEPHANUS MARAIS S n NAO UYEI ng ' emors 5:5 Q FORD ELVEN BELT ' HILDRION GENSOLE HENARES 1 BHUPENDRA NATH BYSACK SEICHI ISOBE 5-:Il CHRIS VICTOR CARDOSI 'FELIX DANIEL MARAMBA 5 I' CHING FU CHOU DJALMA VARELLA MARTINS F , GUILLERMO GARCIA COLIN MAXIMO ELADIO MORALES , l 1 QREDERICIE ALEXANDER DAvIDsoN EAUSTRIEO QUESQALES OTANES I , ANUEL ONSECA ARL ARTIN OSENQUIST I REIDAR BASTIAN GAARDER ALBERT ROBBINS SABIN I I HOAKON SVERRE HOIE WILLIAM HARRY SAHUD LI , PAULO CUBA DE SOUZA f I . I g '32 Juniors SI! 'Q LEOPOLDO GARCIA COLIN FREDERICK WEIENNETT SCHAUB Ifq I DAVID GRAAF HAYLETT I OLIVER LAWRENCE SUN I r LIQHOMAS IIGJRTONPPANKEY ICQEORGE IQIOBORN TANIKAWA I NTONIO ARIA ATERNO sophomores LBERT OLOTKOFF. Y 'p OSWOLDO BOJUNCA ' CARLOS ROGGERO qs ALFONSO ETEZA BOzA JOHN HILTON SELLECK ' B7 Q CORNELIUS PAUL HALUSHKA POPE STEYN vAN GRAAN ZI . Freshmen 4: N FURNALD KEITH BARBER ' HERBERT RALPH HEROLD QQ Q5 RUY DE LIMA CAVALCANTI IRVIN HENRY HIMMELLE QD 1 DOUGLAS ALBERT FESSENDEN JAIME ROCA H , . WILLIAM CHARLES STARKE . , . Four Hundred Forty 'AI I 'I v I :T.:Ag5.?12?.'fim'R IEa.J'fQ'BIQ-DE.f?'l:fEzIEzaiIa:Tsmgg-.z:A:'Rf4.aaRIQ DI'T"'f omg 1929 M100 111 l 515 YP gf 1:5 f --- P1 15 E1 K 1 ' 11 , 1 1 12 Q51 1 V i . 1 I f 1 I I Y H I , ' In H 1 B1 Pai Q2 K f' Wg .. 1 1 F23 11 1' A I 1 I L 1 '34 5, I F -Q- sg' My Q ?1 1 I , To R010-ISOBE, cHoU. umm, smmcxc, soUzA, RAPIIAELSON, 1fmNAnEs, CAVALCANTI, STARKE, cLmmN'rn:, nozA. 1 P Second Row-wALno, PATERNO, MAnAMnA, H1M1vm1.1z, DAVIDSON, MAm.oTIr, sim, HAYLETT, cmnnosl, MARTINS, , nxcm. ' y 1 Third R010--BOJUNGA, smxun, BOSMAN, sAnIN, none, I.. co1,IN, small, 1IEnoLD, ROMYN, VAN DEN umm, MOIIALES. N Y Iv'ou'rth Rmv-wms'r1anaAArzn, omvnn, scnunz, v1xN ummx, a.co1.1x, nosnxqulsr, scxmuu, GLASGOW, MARAIS, X' GAARDER, TANIKAWA. ' A Bottom Row-RIPLEY, OTANES, FONSECA, uvm, ux'sAc1c. ,zz rg 1s 1 21 EQ GQ Four Ilmzdred Forty-one is ry 'Rf 1 -v-1---f - Q 'fdf,,-1!l' -' I 'xu.-:,W1 'Y"1 Qbggsrmff , 1111 ,.,f.:Q'gg..F..,.g I b ' ' """"-isZiv'uv:' " ' 'A 'X' A 'A ' .E . , . mmvvf-N... A.f 7' W'-f' Q3 ni IL: oT1..111l1QQQ ILLIQQ LQ? . - . f3:'2e3 Q l I , . :Sz ' CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB Li ' SI M Founded at University of California 1880 T Ninety Active Chapters NA I 1 . M5 if it MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY L- '3 Q? , 1 Graduates . V 3 T. H. CHEo Y. P. Kuo ' 'H r , 1 Seniors R 1 Y 4 C. F. CHOU N Z. L. PAWN 3. W. C. CHUNG C. Y. TsANG In kg EIUANG gN.YW0NG 0, . . woNG U . . U ' C. C. LIU f J. C. YU- Q3 K. S. YUEN .6 in ' " , , Juniors 9' 1 x H. W. CHAD H. K. L1 Qi Cgmo IXIQEH ,M . . HAo . . G . . QQ s. T. .CHEN c. M. SEN Q "' EHEN STE . . HEN . . sAU K fl H. HUANG S. D. TUNG W ' JACK LEE S. C. WANG . . H K. G. LEE . K. H. YEH l A 'HL . - Sophomores . QQ V' H. K. CHANG L. LAI ' 1 SJHEN to 'ga .. . HEN . . 0U ' 'V H. C. CHUNG s. L. PAN I' s D. B. Hsu O. L. SUN l 1 ' K. H. HWANG P.'K. WoNG f I M. H. KANG ' A. A. YOUNG f, A , C. Y. LUM 4 ' 1 5 Freshmen gg 'H H. CHIANG T. C. LEE P' X' CHIAEIG I Lgu If t ESSIE HUNG .' . UN- . BESSIELSHUNG T. H. TANG' K H. C. EUYANG T. H. TSANG H. D. Hs1U S. H. Tsou ' fp W. S. Hsu T. Y. TsoU K. . . U . . HANG r if H3331 ?"1?' WANG 'K Q5 C. C. KU P. K. WHANG 39: ,Q H. c. LEE T. Y. Wu 1 N ' ' A Four Hundred Forty-two In r 1 , , S" -' '-r A VV 24.-I -' -in S ' q---,- fir-.fx Qhuazsilei-,',:.'??:'E.19J4f.'f.iHH3',is2-2ElJH-NE4'Ff11wErT"iH54:eIefisii!.She-,-zis:z4a4q.QE9 ng K' W W Z? Z? U ,I x 2 311512529 MRSA F f 'M' ' 4+ " m"4' " ' " ' '-'izglgi W W WEN O3 ini' 'Z 5331 ya , fs! ii W ff rg. 5 Wi: 1 4 Q95 '02 iii' Q url W We I l 1 f Y ul ts U E! 1, 1 V tu , 611 I rr . A- f LA G? f 1 ai A 'i 7' 1 1 Q rf, LQ? gl law iff 9' ii Jfour Ilumlrcd F'o1't11-tlwee . . 01911 Jfjflg 12922 ILL10.. :REBER E'!.6.v'n.f'9l3v2""i ALPHA EPSILON PI 12 s -1 QL 1 1 .u 5. J K. A I A s I iff Founded at New Y ork University 1918 52 Five,Act'ive Chapters Hg . I P 1 1 L 1 . Y 4 In Established at zzzmois 1920 'Fi A , MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY j Q X I X gg Seniofrs . A 24 PN QQ D. SCHLESINGER L. GAULT 'nb A. FABRY D. H. RAmNow1'rz " K x ' W 6 Juniors D g R. COHEN I. M. HALPERIN A, A. L. GLASER E. R. LITTMANN 4 ' - , 1 Q 1 Sophomofres f . A J. RosENcAnb H. BASS 4 l S. SAYITZKI I ' , 1 ' ' - Freshmen M wJ ' . EW Q M. H. SoGoLow ' A S. SPEAR 'fi H C. KANTER , L. LEVIN In A A. NEWMAN ' A f V N .41 3, .g 5 p A! 1 1 Rl: Q Four Hundred Forty-four r '1 ' Y g95I QZ l?i5I T5z? Iw -riffiigiagff. K 'LL 1 Qgbzsszvv-X i'1:Q:5.'-gigizeerza gfgg 12329 M160 gawifa-fgae:2'5eaw W W - A gn .. ,E Eu? is 15: .iq I5 o S1 5 A K, K ? , i ' P I , fs Ei "1 :SH u 1 F ,X iq V , 1 i 1 4 L 52 si TH? --1 1 D as ZS W G7 M if Fi? 'il E5 rw '1 2 x X I 1 1 A ' 4 'ii K' Ss? o 532 ,Q Top Row-SPEAR, HALPERIN, NEWMAN. 5' I Second R010-SOGOLOW, SAVITZKI, ROSENGARD, LEVIN, nAB1NowI'rz, KANTER. Bottom R010-GAULT, BASS GLASER SCHLESINGER, many, LITTMANN, C01-IEN. 1 Y N V X X-4 F114 Fi F4 dn TH' ill? Q W F' ur Hundred F07't1l-,AUG rf v 1 Wi'-'15 'if' 1' fr 'V VV . at 'A .- v Q :A 1-' ' 1"-"vfr-Q' f r-wyx Qwgmvg-fazbimaelgefivw ie?2i'a:"-..,is31CZDFQE,-.f?'acf:iSfie9Imi aQ:m4Q44wgQZD 1 I' "' ' --wavvwr R'-' "E E' C A R .R - --. -M - L , .1 1 .3 1 ,, - ' A I Qkwvriv-A0 f' 'gba QTHQ 1QQ'2 ILLIQQ QT . - . f.:'S"l?3f'i'f-QISNZQQ B I q ala 'Q lg nn nPsn.oN PI Ei gl .N W Founded at the College of the City of New York 1902 'Y ' :X A Twenty-Nine Active Chapters , 1 I Y . k f ik .Q L gpg ,99nf' - :Q ' 'R as r .' Q . E ' I4 ' ef ll 5 L 1 E" lbuivsf l I 4 In 9 SS l . rs: cr-:Arn-:n 3 Established at Illinois 1920 5' Zi I 93 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY PM - Ma K X Seniors A . KU ,E MAX W. KRAMER MAUR1cE LEAv1'r'r vi l , . . Q6 - - Juniors ' ' I 'f Fi A 4 . BI-IIIQIP J. SIMON' 'BEN EINHDRN, ' ' QI 4 ' WIIILARD YC. AOEPENHEIM , A M1L'roN A. FEUER - R I 1 E , u Sophomores n 1 . ' L. JULIAN ALEXANIIER A . RH1LgP M. 'DANIELS 1 p ' RALQH' B.'HERzoa. GERSEN COHEN 4 FJ FERDINANQHQ BACH ROEERT M. --,l UNLGER L, ge? -A SIDNEY JL EIGHLER A. I. BERKOWITZ 5,96 -11 MAURICE FISCHER HERBERT WQLFNER p Xu COBERT ETSHOKIN . , .1 GEORGE BRODY' . I lf s- ' ' Freshmen X, . A PAUL N. SOMMER CHARLES CONE . W VICTOR EICHLER EDWARD COHN :S Z' A . 1-'s 'AN Four Hundred Forty-six lb l '1 . v 1 FN- - I V v r 7 - W Y V7-1 f .' - 1.5 q -1 - wav- iv r V ' v V mlcelis-'5:Ef.ia4:imw ', r .33 4 hm ' 4 'ISI v f , , Q.. .K M 55 55 QQ lv r:,.. 7:5 Ei' lg ml fi IR .N x I gf: u , 54 EQ Q4 1 V R I 1 L1 L.: 4 m? E5 '91 EQ 5 H 7? 3 - ii 3 Q -, il? E SF l I x Q I A L U Le 2. W 62 .1l r ,Xu iff r 1 5' V I ff! Top R010-BERKOWITZ, EINI-IORN OPI FNI FIM, SIMON, KRAMER. H Second Rmv-mmzoc, msnmcm mmm' xmcx-I, col-IN, s. mcrrmn. K Wg BOUOHI Rpiv-DANIIEIAS, SOMMFR CONE X FICHLER, ALEXANDER FEUFII FISCIIER ,Gif SFF Four Hwmdred Forty-seven Zig X VA! e:?ITIi1Qi6Q'2 ILLIOB Q 'mu' DELTA 'mu . W I K Founded at University of Illinois 1.920 A I I A 5 1 One Active Chapter i I I 5595 -of 1 -N 'V' luv II! f I I I ,A L U I ' , I Y 4 ' I 55 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY QE Graduate 45114 ie ROGER GREENLEAE STEVENS Q VAX Seniors gg MARSHALL ARTHUR BEARD CLARENCE TROIT KIBLER A Q9 WILLIAM BENTON DEGRooT ROBSON DUNCAN MCINTYRE 9 ARTHUR ISAAC FLEMING LESTER MARSHALL PLYM STEPHEN JAMES FLEMING WILLIAM VIERLING ScHocK A f FERRIS EARL FISHER . WILLIAM MORRIS YoUNG KW nfl J ' I qp I unzors Gm CHARLES LLOYD BEATTY CHARLES JACOB HALLER AUSTIN HAROLD BENNETT FRED ADAM HENNINGER 4 THOMAS FRANKLIN CHEANEY JAMES RALPH LINDLEY Q! i BENJAMIN DICKISON WALDIE : ' Sophornores I 1 L STEPHEN GLIDDEN BALDWIN . A ALPHRED DOMINICUS HOVEY I , WILLIAM FoREsT BEATTY SIEGERT AMANUIAL JENSEN' , I i A FRANK JOSEPH DREES RoscoE WILLIAM MORTON , L1 ,by JESSE ARTHUR GREENING HELGE BERNARD NORAIN 5, Q. JOHN HORACE GOOCH KIRK LEE PAGE ki Ig FRANK RAY HARDING EDWARD HENRY OTT if 1 RUssEL CHAUNCEY TRIMRLE I r ' Freshmen ' X, ,H JOHN DAVID BAKER RICHARD JAMES RUTHERFORD K. gg CHARLES ALLEN BOYER RALPH WALDO RAGSDALE I, HERBERT FRANKLIN NESRITT ADAM EDWARD STEIN Z1 MARK W. ENGLISH s 1 - wi are eb I I ID ll I M Four Hundred Forty-eight lb r 'I v 1 QI: , AesRfEaA..3!iQIcQEf?"':cEs:eEiv, f--I fwvzmvvxor 3:1-EE Jim 125 QQ ILUQQ o Giifiooffg Q7 SY! W1 if an WI BIZ gf: Sfii lg S13 fa K L A I 1 M .9 P I N PB., SE 5: s 1 4 9 1 I J X ! Y H 4 In W if I I4 f Q I K dv QW UE al ' ' ' 'x fp ggi Q2 Q2 K X ' WI ! l KJ KEN fl? Sim. km A 1 F, x A x 1 I 1 5 I 'J if ff? V 'Xu lf! I , 1 N V, W Top ROW-HENNINGER, LINDLEY, sown, GREBNING, c. x..nEAT1-Y, nunmnronn, CIIEANEY, JENSEN. , " Second Row-o'r'r, nnsss, MORTON, IIALLER, wAx.uw, NORAIN, uovsv, PAGE, nmcsn. ". - Third Row-coocn, STEVENS, HARDING, nAcsnAm, NESBITT, w. w.nmA'r'rv, BENNETT, TRIMBLE, BALDWIN, BTEIN. 'H Bottom Row-PLYM, DE GROOT, A.I.r-'1.EMlNc, FISHER, S..I.Fl.IiMING, YOUNG, SCHOCK, KIBLER, Mc INTYRE, Vg ammo. M , 'Q P' HE U W I E Four Hundred Forty-nine QQ 1 V X 7- - -' -f - f -.: i-HI V: 1 1 -g-,.,-'?N1Q55."-2-'x14g,'A3f' Ag'25.w,snap4-f,.'5w.19nffan1.s:s:sQa.,fQ,P1cz9 Qz:Q:wAam,N.,A:Qgwoooo oo... .GED qr-'v' ' 1 n,- .Img IEQQI ILLIOQ. M W V . .ll i I I l W2 21: ps EQCDNQQRDEA 5 H . . . . P-I ie Founded at Umverszty of Illmms 1920 A MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY V A I ' A A I Grc1.du11.Le L . , !, CLARENCE G. LowE A gg,,,,,L 4,A M Seniors req ff: F. PAUL SANMANN ED H. ZIEROTH PL' I 1 ARTHUR E. HOHENSTEIN EDGAR J. FRIEDRICH Q OSCAR W. CAGANN ALFRED H. MEYER V A I I Juniors 1 If HENRY J. MEIER ROBERT A. GROBENGIESER W A FRED S. BILS ARTHUR G. HEIDEMAN B Q GREGOR A. ZIEMER E, lx ' 1 fi Sophomores fig gig RAYMOND G. KRUMSIEG OETJE JOHN ROGGE EQ STANLEY G. HEIDENRICH ALVIN Horxrz . M MELVIN W. BRUNS ROLAND A. ROEPE , Q Freslzmen Mx WM. H. WELGE LEONARD M. HANK yn MARCUS F. ALBRECHT ELMER JOHN HDLZGRAEFE I gi, Q9 ii? i l ll vi ' A W r.:1 ff! kara- N, ,Q R v1 P , A x I I L 1 ' A 1 I5 sg? ff 1 1f1 IX . J - rj " E r. QS Top ROI!!--ZIEMEIK, GROHENGIESEIK, l!0IiI'E, ROGGE, IIOLTZ, IIEIDI-INIKICII, NVELGI-I. ...I Second Row-DIES, IIRUNS, MEIER, HANK IIQIZGRAEFE, ALDRECIIT, KRUMSIICG. '-.gf BOUUIII R010-YIIEIDPIBIAN, LOWE, FRI!-I RICH III ROTII, MEYER, SANMANN, IIOIIEISSTEIIN CAGANN. ,ala M 99 ibg , . QW YAY JW Four Hundred Fifty J ilqefs M li? H-xii?-E324--'-sf --D'D frfzdiDff-if1,,1+1-Daz.-"?f3. "fiYT'Tf'-3-MT':MQA?"'Xf'EMM' ' v I' I .Q1Lf"X5M4:f12,:f?? 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BLANCHE SHIRLEY ALICE SPRAGUE ALMA ADAMS 1 KS A Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Omicron Pi Kappa Pi MARY JANE CLEVELAND ELIZA GARMAN LOUISE BAKER I g OLIVIA SHADE BARBARA PORTER MARIE DOBBINS KU M Alpha Chi Omega A'lpha Delta Pi Theta Phi Alpha N J ISABELLE LOSEE ANNE N1LsoN LUCILLE HAGAN , 4 DOROTHY HUNT BERYL DAv1s MAY VISH gg 1 I R 'I I' , Chi Omega ' Gamma Phi Beta Chi Delta A ' CLARA DUNSETH CHRISTINE STUBBS HELEN BUTTERFIELD I U WANDA NEISWANGER LETTY GAY U' 9? ' 52 'H Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Epsilom. Phi P' H' I 'ft BETTY MACDONALD CAROL GUMM ROSE OLTUSKY f R RUTH DIETRICH ELIZABETH BANTA SYLVIA BUDAN I w In K 1 Q . iii I I I I 1 F our Hundred Fifty-thru fl I 'I v 1 'xg' - - U v r y - , ' im A Q - wr- '-7' fir ' v 9t -S u",?DLiICQ S3i6.'f. .D 'T Y ,-Q V Jag.-ycbxyjw-V -.Q -YI, Y A" Y 'Y ' . ,C+ V V v ar, . ,, .....,,.,4ewu.,. , - . . PM oT1..1Q1QQ'2 M4100 ew? , -.W.a?.5erme2IQ ng ' - ki 31 .M F' 'X A A KAPPA ALPHA THETA I I I X I if Founded at DePauw University 1870 M Q24 Forty-Six Active Chapters 1 ls 1 V g I V. ' A 1 ' , J I l 1 , , 4 AQ: h Q Xmwil - V ' ' I ' I , :mxX'I,f, ' 1 I ' if ll ? ZS nm.-ra CHAPTER Esiabzisheiz at Illinois 1895 K X MEMBERS IN FACULTY I g A KATHERINE SEELYE STELLA HAGUE M MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY J I ' Seniors P MARY COPLEY RUTH FRULAND gi HARRIET FERA MARGARET MILES 'Sql ADIJIE AMSBARY q DOROTHY TALBOT R '1 FRANCES SCONCE . JOSEPHINE BURT P , Juniors i ' KATHARINE KEMP HELEN RUSSELL 1 ALICE BUMSTEAD JULIA THOMPSON I ' A HARRIET COPLEY Lois McCoRn 1 I A ZENDA BRAMRLE S h MURIEL GRAY L1 -i . 4 op omores 42 MARGARET MCQUISTON MARY HART H AIEARGARET Conn . MILDREX HERREK Nm TANKERSLEY ARY GNES HOWALTER I CLARIS RITTER BARBARA GILBREATI-I I MURIEL MORGAN F I MARGARET KELLY res amen X, , JANET KINLEY MARY STRETCH 5 JACQUELINE THOMPSON ANNA MAE ALEERSHARET K' js nIiATLA1irI GATES QEILIZAEETIE CROUCH ARY UMPHREY IRGINIA HAW I , CHRISTINE JONES E A ir' qi I I Four Hundred Fifty-four I '1 r 1 'xv' V v rr Q V- i A Q- -,L iv rYv'w! Q9mgsngE:'S-.surf-.anvi a'1i-s,..AE!"31w?5g3'f2cs1L:Ezmanag.eszRi:E,4.E4e.RiQ79 'Lil Yi I Ga? Fri V4 ,cg-Q :Z - S1 fi 5 4 rg 1 L A iff S4 Qi Du 1 I I 1 V I 1 Q Q T 55 k S lk ' H, .. 4 EE E25 '1 I' K I x1 VA i 1 IJ Ll 25' 553 W ?' 1 1 r N PV '4 S! 5 V1 Top R010-AI1lIERSlIARllT, lIUMl'llRl'IY, Nl-:l,l.Y, .IONIM-1, s'x'Rlf:TClI, IIART, 'rANlilcRSl.l-JY, MC QUISTON, KINLEY, yh1 :fa J. THOMPSON, IHCIIIIICK, CONN. ig! 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N... .Qvffierswifj .E RE E23 Id I-I H if PI BETA PHI 9 J Founded at Monmouth College 1867 A K Sixty-Thfree Active Chapters I A W 1 A M Qzffliqfi-ifhif ' : I If ' 1 I X ' - - I 1 I ' I 1 r ' I 4 In ILLINOIS ZETA CHAPTER P34 I M Established at Illinois 1895 gp MD U H , an ' ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY A ' as WILLIA GARVER RUTH SIGNOR Q NELL SIGNOR MARGARET ,ANDERSON E4 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY K 1 I A . Seniors , A MARGARET SLATTEN DOROTHY PREELE , Q ,. BLANCI-IE 'SHIRLEY - ELIZABETH PATTERSON Gb Q A ENID IRELAND FEI ' F22 Juniors .ga 1 HELEN GILBERT A MARION LESSING I1 DOROTHY EYCLESHYMER MARY ANN CRAWFORD F RUTH DEWITT LUCILLE KILE I ELIZABETH HUI-'F DOROTHY WEAVER 4 I 1 MARGARET SEARS JEANNE WHITE I 1 l ETHEL LEWIS DOROTHY FITZPATRIOK 4 I Sophomores L' :gg MARJORIE WILKINSON ELIZABETH BOGGS YH MARY MONAHAN MAROELLA GRAHAM p- I. LAURA TREADWELL RUTH COVERDALE . an HAZEL FELLERS ' DOROTHY SMITH LETA PALMGREEN MARGARET WELDON ' HENRJETTA PALMGREEN N , A Freshmen Ki 4 HELEN DAVID VIRGINIA BAKER ly VIRGINIA BENTLEY VIRGINIA WHITE 31 L55 ,DOROTHY SCHULZ ELIZABETH PHILLIPS Q 92 Four Hu-ndrcd Fifty-six fb r '1 H ' ' Avviw A v rr , - .ig -li Q.- , if Yr rf: ".,z1'Ef. vAR'A- IiiuH..NEJ'a IcfEmf'f'f:c3z:Eze7Rs1S., x V? Lil? -7. 'l1"irTf f"X!f'- f 'f-'H F - f -"' " ' "" f-xg", ""2r"Q T' '-' 'i::'f1j'f4'f-jwigqgzi WF, ,, i "f"PTf'3 My H13 30 -fx 9 H I 103. 21 51Xi9Tf:Y54afa6fan-xf'iiX':Q3T.fa'.wvmTS4i..f,'s' x:-,-.1!-------f-f4f- f--f!-- -fA-- ----i--T M1 - J iirh f f Wifi C, Y .4 1.1.-::::::lf.:.'.g.3.g:,::::--'-- -- E111 Q ...xxv f .M +V! ' H QM an 55,3 nf? W9 G0 X - JJ. F53 E53 ,Q., cw KZ S515 Fl . gm .Vi rx lg I xii? I 'ff tix Q Q53 J 11 a :gf gt .' Y 1 I i r W 4 Lx. 3 if 41,4 WA Cl' VAN UN . o Lx, GE E5 Ni' X'-4' if . . XYZ xY1 F fi xx? vs Q4 5:1 TH Wu Q14- Q Top Row-c. L. amen, uewrs, oovnnmm, cmxmxxxr, v. wurm, T. nman, wu.1uxsoN, mm-zu. F Second Icon-f-xx: unox n uxv, noccs, n1cNT1.rcx', mxvm, SMITH, I-'ICl.Ll'2RS. umm n xx xu ru I x xmx xnxx k Third R01U4I'lIILLIli emxns. crmnnr, xvmvlcn, CRANVFORD, Tnmnwmnl., uswuxm lu xxur A X Bottom Row-rnmm rrrzx-,xTmcx, PA'r'rEnsoN, smnnmy, SLATTEN, J. xx mu xxcl 1 xxuxxu n I ru' I l 1 F ' 1 L, Fi, ffl KI1 r'. P2 If 1 V , 1, rf 51 , F if 5 ti' ' "4 qs eh: U . W ' W Four' lllmrlrvd Fifty-seven Q 92: Qc. . . so :Yr Q-, , -I t, , . L 1, fr Y ifg-15:27 :L :W :. . ..-1-..- 5 , , T-' X Q-fsbgi 252921-rggifff?uEqntg.:if,Z?A95b- 'V'Hl"l.f:45px-?..:. -CQ I. I r' fa "1v":4-Qaww..,'q:"-1 TPA LI A , gpg." I 'N' 'vffef' 'iff 'A , ..e.,..- . ILE oTI.1Q1Q2'2ILL10o ct. .-,.-.g, gQ-Q KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA - 4 lg Founded at Monmouth College 1870 SI I Forty-Six Active Chapters R A I f I 1 I It I4 V gage: ' 1 Q , I I 4 L 9 E! lg r I is 92 BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER . W .1 Established at Illinois 1899 3' ZS MEMB'ERS IN FACULTY gg KATHRYN VAN AKEN FRANCES SIMPSON Q9 ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD JENNIE CRAIG 9 he BIRD M. TURNER MARGARET BARTO I I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY KY, g Graduate l 4 ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD F l Seniors ANNA COOLLEY LOUISE PLETCHER 4 ELISABETI-I HOLT ADA PFITZENMEYER 'SQ' ' LOUISE FAIRFIELD ' LOUISE PRITCHARD R 'I ROSINA KISTNER HARRIET RUTHERFORD F K OLIVIA SCHAD A I 1 Juniors A V I L JOSEPHINE ABBOTT PEARL HOLZ , , VERA BAssETT MERYLE PRATT - I ,J MARY JANE CLEVELAND JUSTINE PRITCHARD bv. Sophomores if Ig DOROTHY ABBOTT ELLEN DIES 1 ELIZABETH BRADT . MARY FUNK t DOROTHY DENNETT DORIS GLIDDEN. I HELEN DENNETT GERTRUIIE NAGLE MINNIE MAE SCHMIDT N 'A Freshmen KI SQ MARIAN BARBER DOROTHY NAYLOR P' Q RUTH GLASS JANE PRITCHARD ' FLORENCE MAI - KATHRYN RATCLI1-'F F' MARY ELIZABETH MILLER MILDRED ROCK 111 Q15 MARTHA WALLING W I I I IAN hum- lmmzf-va Fifzy-Cigna fb 7 '1 V 1 5926 .m.,:'s,Qaz-...f.1p,I:a', Qg5:m'an"-5-1':4sz','ssise:m Sim 5622 ILLIOQ 3 ? RI E , M J P 4 A iQ' 1 , 1 v . ps X4 F' , n ' T I I l 1 V w 4 In M I 1 al ZS 83 F-1 Q? . . . .i U an I ' - 4 F 1 VU KJ '23 W L sa A K 4 x 1 I 1 H 2' I X I r ' X1 fl tif. se S05 11 r. -at lf- r 7 w Y ' Top R01UiGl.ASS, D. AHHOTT, II. DENNETT, SCHMIDT, MAI, JANE PIIITCIIARII, NAYLOR, RATCLIFFE, GLIDDEN, X4 YVALIJNG, MILLER. 1 Se00'Hd R010-IKRAX T, CI.EVEI.AVl'l NAGLF HOLZ, BARBER, JUSTIN I' llll l CIIAPII IRAT I' IS KSQI TT ROCK D DEVNETT. . n BOHOTWI R010-J. AIHKOTT, L PRITCUARD RUTIIERFYDRD, SCHAD, Pl ITII NMI YI' R PAIRPIFII IIOLT C001 LCY KISTNER K ,Q I'l.E'l'CllI'R, DIES E 'S 11332 l I I I Q I I I Four Hundred Fifty-nina fax r '1 v' 1 1 1 -ur-' - - 4' ,,1!g.17- .5 4 -xtLLt,,,- fs-4555,-2.'?,g4fQ7?X cZQ.agg4Q-.,f.s:f.s-..1e1nz,'f:m' iQf.xuQz,.,.iif21e1Q Q,,1c:::sf4am-,.:h.,.,f.:Q:m,.4.L.A .GED 1.11 r A' I 7+ E - --iv"-ro 'H vw -F 'EI If I r" wlfxwvwr' ---M ' - , A ,1 4. .' ' ' ' A ' SLR QTHL 1922 ILLIQQ A , . - , .- l I I I 12? ". ALPHA CHI OMEGA 5 L- ei Founded at DePauw University 1885 K Twenty-Eight Active Chapters A A l A I I 52 I4 is in 5? Qi 'Ns V l I" ' I r I I 1 I Y 4 In IOTA CHAPTER QF Established at Nlinois 1899 U U " 35 ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' ' X43 BEULAH PRANTE ARLENE LUMLEY as MADGE RUSH LEwIs ELIZABETH BRYAN, A.M., B.L.S. gp MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY .., .. qi Graduate l WA BEULAH PRANTE I l Seniors L Q Q2 DOROTHY LUMLEY LELA DILLING QQ HELEN OLSON HELEN COREY Pj EEEEJEQESAND A i?f?33L'i?0f?3EEE 5:1 4 HELEN FREEMAN MARGARET HEDGE Juniors ' MILDRED GILLEN EsTI-IER DAv1s 4 l 1 DOROTHY HUNT A AILEEN CRAPO I ' L Sophomores I f 'J ESTHER COTTINGHAM ASENATH DORSEY L 13:1 LOUISE COVINGTON DOROTHY WILES 59! YH MARGARET HARVEY BETTY KETNER Y 'Y BETTY BARENFANGER ARELISLE NELSON H A IEIARUE i'f.0BERTSON ' HELEN SQNDERS ARIE OYLE ART1-IA' YKE ' LORENE FULLER X: I Freshmen ' 6 MONA STORM LILETH FULTs is ALICE J UDD MARIAN FIELD 31 ,., 4 ELIZABETH NEEDLER MARIAN FLEMING ,A ANNA WRIGHT WILLA REID 5 N KATHARINE JOHNSON 55 Four Hundred Sixty lb r '1 ' ' i,R:1"O2es..3J21c215Ef'?iE5:eEz,+.NfEs 22A:L?,'-4.ev.2.aszQiQ J vfmw- M H 'rw' -f ' f-fr: AW- Hz. .- G-N--M'-YM-fn---'WMM 'V r lj Q51 1-sij -,g,,fiQ, V, 1,4 TTT' mg 1922 ILUQU- f , AW- ,,A. ,. W, ..,,., ,-.,-.,. ..,,, -..,,.,-..,--g.7,, H..- .. .. ,..,v4g., nn.. Wim- ,VI 'H 1-N-' ll M km MQ? NZ' 51:2 UE? Jfq HW UP HH 'fa if-31 F3 Q1 .wa W 'X izfevgl , ffm , Mr. ,QQ A11 ,4 L, My 292 W ' 4 :X , '91 , Y Y r 1 1 , 1 4 29 . I N Z? GSX ,ii GE? W gg is L5 qp sue x 1 vig ,J '1 7' K A , 1 I l 1 rf 1 E' 1 l F61 lf? pw r I N 'f -4 In M' Il,-Z Top R010-DORSEY, KETNER, Junn, ramen, 'rA'rm, wmGn'r, DAVIS, s'ronM. Z1 Second R01U'DII.LING, BARENl"AN'GE'R, COTTINGIlAM, COVINGTON, IIARVEY, NEEDLER, IIOYLE, FIELD, FLFINIIIWU, 4 kj Th- d R GILLEN, nomm'rsoN. 1 010-FREEMAN IIUNT, PYKE Nm,soN. PS Boztom Row-czmro, Emacs, HARLXND, LUMLEY, Loses, o1.soN, wmzs, noun. 19,5 Q ' gk Fam' Hundred Sixty-one L 1 PM Q M Nq., ,M E52 . V T Mig k W fr-:avr ,Zi-4,,,?gLg,i1T?fiQ?1.,, :..-l.7 1 M 1i,Eii::::?--4---,:,,..yfiiimri--IE, 3931.2 :X 9ZZ9.:v4is'b'f v L-4 4 fi. x' ""-'-f4ig10'7f- f T' "Y 7 -A . ,,, . - L . 1 ' QNZVW'-AGB' 'ilu oTI,1Q19QQ ILL100 Url" . - . 'L'1?3..."" Y .. F 2-2 ik 5 CHI OMEGA FQ Founded at University of Arkansas 1895 F, K Forty-Four Active Chapters I A I ' I , I L4 I4 'Q 2 A le? 1 V ry i , I I : It I l I 4 ' 5 Ng F1 OMICRON CHAPTER 92 31 Established at Illinois 1900 ii H , . MEMBERS IN FACULTY my CLARIssA RINAKER QUEEN SHEPARD GREEN ,M U, CORDELIA REED CORNELIAvKELLEY 69 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 7 . Graduates ' , ' if I RYA CORDELIA REED A MARIE WEssELs b W ,A - Seniors I 3 ' A I 5 Q CLARAIDUNSETH A . WINIFREDA'MUNGER I Lg! JOSEPHINE BURNHAM IRENENSEATON 'pq JOSERHINE HARDESTY EDITH CDOYES f , - - Juniors ' A Q' ELSIE KIRKPATRICK MARY MEYERS . p LoUIsE WHITAKER , DoRoTHEA ,BEEBY1 A ' , WANDA NEISWANGER ALETTA ERICKSEN' 4 I BINETTE DoUGLAs ESTHER HUsE I I , ALLENE LYLE MYRTLE BARR A ul MARGARET SHIVELEY h , . 1 is ' , Sophomores Q, 14 KATHERINE BAYNES FAY- RUMSAY Pi 'Q HAZEL-' LOEHR MARY ARMSTRONG- ,f A LOUISE DENNY I ' QGRETCIIEN BURBELL t ISABEL-NIMS I , - VIVIAN KIRKPATRICK ' - A . HELEN MEYER - I Freshmen A , Q 5 HELEN SINGMASTER BARBARA HoLLIs K' I., RUTH MEYER LUCILE FERN Q KATHERINE GREENE DoRoTHEA TRAUTVETTER 5' JANE LoGIE DOROTHY WI-IITAKER A , NELLIE FITZGERALD M' qi I I Four Hundred Siazty-two 'Ax FLY! YA! eE:oE1sq:.'A:feMz'.f:vEa'A '- ' H .A - , If-X - 1' . ' - .Mu , 'UI V' ,L L. M -I -, I-'FI HL, I9 '2 Q I L L I O 'U -1333W7:55SPQ?:fwI1I ---- ' """' R A W' Igfgjw av! 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'ww1:45,-a-fm:f4fr.m:gf-'av ye , If I H-Mwmggfjg--I::+fzx'-' ' ' in If f, . 1? IFKl'iPf','5" 2'-?4fi41:'Pii'f3 -J '- "f mf?--1c.1v ' ' I TTIQFEDIQ Egg 1522 ILLIQE Svi . F DELTA GAMMA Li Founded at Oxford, Mississippi, 1872 Sl 'uf Thirty-One Active Chapters 'N A A I , I i ig ,uw fn A QA - " N be 8,5 A ifszxgy ' . Q5 ,i Q . is i Q, A H I 4 56 IOTA CHAPTER Established at Illinois 1906 535 Ni Q MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' W E ALTA GWINN SAUNDERS G M GERTRUDE SARGEAN1' 9' ' ' RACE URRAY ' - ZAR E3 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY E4 I Graduate 9 K I JEAN CHARLOTTE SHEPHERD ' . - K , Seniors H RUTH DUNSETH WILDA FOSTER qp CLARA HOUNSLEY FLORENCE GALLENTINE 6 tj MARY SAFFORD ESTHER BARNES M if Enn-H RICHARDSON STELLA KOHN PQ HELEN PRINGLE CATHARINE BUN1-IN as . - L 1 ' Juniors A 'I LoRA1NE SAMMoNs GRACE BALDWIN F . ALICE SPRAGUE LOUISE HARPER A , PHYLLIS HARPER MILDRED MCCORMICK I MARY KING JENNESS W1R'r if I l MARYBELLE GLOS b CONSTANCE FULLEIQ, 4 1 RUTH BREWER MINNIE MULBERRY15 L1 IB? ' Sophomores A Q! 5 ll '1 HELEN STEINER ESTINE LEWIS p VY DOROTHY GLENN , CHOLITA SHAEFER2' 'H I ELIZABETH HAcxE'r'r CHARLOTTE MARBOLD' , EOSEPHINE I-EEALL QIELEN GMARBOLD I L1zAnE1-H IGALL U1-H RAvEs PAULINE STEVENSON FRANCES WEEDMAN I fp ELsE-JEAN HUGGINS FRANCES GILTNER K- 3 LoU1sE LEWIS MAR.roRv BvfcHANAN r an Freshmen A 62 HELEN McAnow FLoRENcE FRY lui HALLY POMEROY - ELIZABETH FLoM Elf! Q ELLEN GIBSON LOUISE RICE Q 'AY Four Hundred Sixty-four ,AI r '1 A v u js Qm i255Q 1Lucj f oS--N-- - +411 1 f A 1 ir M ,wo 1 I QE JE W2 I . si? 1513 V4 g l ,- , .M fy, .o uf' , ' U ' 'Z M rg 'ti' 'Af' gqll 1 ' l I f r X I N v V , ,v I 1 5,4 AL. Pg Egg 'W Wi SSL ,UT I of" !6'?N H . " . A, .gm H , V 'ssl Vi . . yf Q' rn ,Ax if KW E35 ix '3 194 XY! Ml . . 1, . AE l E f I W 92 'SE hi ffifl If' A'-Tv' wi '29 :VA ML Fl ,QR 'I pf' L 1 I I x IU 1 D 1 4 ' I ,Z il tx 1 ttf LG? H35 fi' pf 1 I 1 r I 'v '14 1 fr , , , , . U in Wm 2,7 Top Row-umsoN. 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W W .. .E Eh r' M ALPHA XI DELTA ' N A x Founded at Lombard College 1893 1 If Twenty-Nine Active- Chapters ' 4 ,g A ' L. Q 12? ri! I r P , U r I , l 1 Y 4 A n 4 I I U HP H an as KAPPA caAP'rr:n Qu V4 Established at Illinois 1902 ' l ' MEMBERS IN-UNIVERSITY "r K x W WW ' - ' Seniors M ' H EUGENIA Moss ' ' NINA KEITH I W QQ , MERLE TURNER- JANICE GILLEN if ,4 I I . Juniors' egg ' JOSEPHINE HOFFMAN ELIZABETH MCILVAINE 5 1 . MILDRED EGAN - FRANCES DITTMAN F K ' RUTH DIETRICH FRANCES WINE ' V , K I A ' BETTIE MACDONALD - I I 3 , 1 A Sophomores ' - 1' ,J , HAZEL CQUDY FERN WAGNER lg... 52 ELSIE WANZER DELAFERN SLOCUM fi GERTRUDE DERROUGH MARVA PAGE , A A S' I ' . Freshmen ' v ' E IRENE BERNHARDT AGNES CARLSON N GRAYCE WOLFE ELLEN LANGSTON . 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MARY RUE 'ff 1 MADELAINE WIOKERSHAM RUTH HORNER. , WANDA WILLIAMS E . S MILDRED BRYAN I LLA cHULzE Y A Freshmen K' SQ ELIZABETH BABB DOROTHY BOWERMAN PAULINE BAINUM WINIFRED WADE 5 lg! JUANITA PHARIS ALICE LUHIzsEN 9 FLORENCE WINE ELOISE DUDLEY gag Q5 MARJORIE RIORDON MARION WOODWARD ' ii ' I I I 'A Four Hundred Sixty-eight A y Q Y 1 A IEuz...QIJ'3IcfE5?f'icsIIeEzmw.sss-,f.i:Q::iaazgqzQ:9 11 1 7' ifi'---"'f2.T,iTiyTffff?:1"ai'-A ' " "' ff " A" """" "fs-fa1l"T53'1',iT'i'f""'f' - , A 1 .i .4' 1 kv ' f ff' 11 Q2 Ti P'-4 GTI-IL, 1922 111,106 .A - QQ W FV- f 11 NI 1111 .. if F53 1 53: SP2 13 'Q' fi 52' rx 4 R L ,A 1 f 1 1 L4 E1 1 F F 1 1 , T1 1 1' , 1 . 4 In F-if mf E15 W 911 11 111 Q S3 W, WA 1 11 15112: 4 'phi EQ 155 11 11555 1 M 1 '12 li 0 ff-1. 'S 1521 EV' 1 1 1 QW 1 1 ' 1511 11:11 L11 iff, B0tf077l R01U1li0XX'lCRhIAN, THOMPSON, NICHOLS, L. XVINE, WILSON, A. WVILLIAMS, SMITH, IIORNHR, TUCKER. 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LYDA BOND L 1 A OLGA LEAMAN K ,E MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ai Q I Graduates W MARTHA DUBo1s MARGARET PERRY i Seniors ' I Q BERYL DAVIS RUTH HAMMOND P ROBERTA DoIsY EDITH HAUMERSEN H HAZEL GoRDoN TEDLA N1LsoN 4 x 1 RUTH WALLACE I Juniors 1 V TERESITA D1LLoN EUGENIA MARTIN L' ,bg ELIZABETH GODDARD ANN N1LsoN If. Q1 MARY Horxms - A SADIE MAE VAN ARSDELL fi W MADGE LINKE - fig I A Sophomores ' ' . r OLLENE ANDRESEN ' FRIEDA SCHROEDER ' MARGARET BoND NELLIE TOWNSEND A. IH FRANCES HOFFMANN O N BERNADINE TRUE LGA 1LsoN ' ' .Q is 3 ' Freshmen Z1 Eg! MILDRED Fox ELLYN OLsoN 212 NINA RUTH HARDING IDA POLLITT Q6 MILDRED LORENZEN LUc1LLE VAN ANTWERP w 4 , , EVELYN WATSON I 4 'A Four Hundred Seventy lb, I 1 Y X 1 A driib 2 in i, 16 ' ,,-i . 1 N-bw-N-AVYYH AYWAYW-Km' UH' xj M5 .fgsfi M153 2 fx wg 515156 W pil? WSI Y gl: HR, l 4 5 sf-Q :Lf E n7"" -V 525212 -ga. 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'T5'7:1"'7 ni! f54',.f -if ' Qgw-:Q-f4..fug jmexve-::E sze .Img 1529 ILUQQ ALPHA OMICRON PI Founded at Barnard College'1897 Twenty-Four Active Chapters I A A A 1 I V 5 Af: V Q gl .3 . E ful E L R i 4 In F2 F E ' 4 IOTA CHAPTER ' Established at Illinois 1911 ? MEMBERS IN FACULTY MATE L. GIDDINCS - LoUIsE WooDRUI-'F I I Fi - MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate W MINNTE FRANCES HARRIS h I Seniors 6 MARGARET BABCCCK INA HOLTERMANN Q4 ELIZA GARMAN RUTH TERWILLIGER JEAN GLENN MAURINE LANTZ is MABLE FRANCES HENRY ESTHER VAN DCREN Juniors P ESTHER BRAUNS BARBARA PORTER 4 ELSEY GAYER . ' . HELEN PARKENSCN I I FRIEDA HARSHBARGER KATHERINE WESSON 1 MILDRED HOLMES HELEN WoLI-'E - 1 KATHERINE HUGHES ANNETTA Woon L Vg Sophomvres . Sf' ELIZABETH BRowN A DOROTHY HULL 'I' f VERA BEAN MILDRED LANTZ FRANCES DoI.LE JOSEPHINE PHILLIPS , JEAN GREGC HESTER SRoUT ., FRANCES GRovE ' EVELYN WISMATH PAULINE FARMER K- lv Freshmen 31 VETA HCLTERMANN BEULAH PARKHILL DOROTHY HACEBUSH HALLETTE SEIBERT ,QQ H Frmr Hundred Seventy-two 'Al r' I 'wma-f iT.i4ES.1?1i1?..f-:HERE2E2E?KiT:,?1GE S5iE.'VE iA:LT9AHm1Q9 A 1 ... ' Y'fd'W7'62 vi "' ' u- A-W ---wwf---fy ' - . A :LE omglggg ILLIOQ gewvwra-N. . - , .-E..fAerswzQ F? WZ .E F -b-4 Levi Ig A gl I , J ii R ! 4 1 l 1 Lg Q4 Q 25 U by if X 3 Y 1 , 1 1 I In fa 'W Gai IE , y Zi? KM ?4 PN Q9 Q K 1 WI . if vu iv 7574 Fd ' R 'I R I' l x 1 I 1 l ! gl ' ' 1 LJ be rf? S' vi' A W f X x 1' YC VN U 1 K m EZ ' U S Top Row-PARKHILL, sEmER'r, HAcEnus1-1, DOLLE, M. LANTZ, FARMER, BEAN, GROVE, PHILLIPS, HULL, 31 Second Ro1v1BI:gvl0'l1?:u:v::R1:ATi??g'REcu PAR1cENsoN, WOLFE, woon, wEssoN, BRAUNS HUGHES GAYER, PORTER. F Bottom ROW-HARSHBARGER, HARRIS HENRY xmncoox, GLENN, TERWILLIGER MAURINE LANTZ x HOLTERMANN, Fla Q6 VAN DOBEN, GARMAN, HOLMES al I I A Four Hundred Seventy-three y 1 ' VA! -' f' Q RT 4?-lf' f 1 -A eg-,..- L' "YA LAEi7f5.sn.ECGQf.-lE,"-'5.Q3fQ3I67AS5i.s:-L-- ' if A E-'if:i"grf '- 1' 1 vp 9" 'B A --- - m ---f-v - A - , A ,1 . f4 f , - I 5?waf1ar-..x..4v"' 'R :Le omg IQQQ Hugo La? . - . 5.::5 Q XYZ S7 BE F E!! v' GAMMA PI-II BETA ka Founded at Syracuse University 1874 ?' Lx Twenty-Five Active Chapters I ' A K I A 8 1 S? A"- I. 1 gi 1 :- .j,., 1' , YJ'--' fl I I1 r , .. I In 9 B' I 1 'Gia-I V I QMICRON CHAPTER Q Estab'lished at Illinois 1913 g ZS MEMBERS IN FACULTY A gg MARION P. MCANALLY JULIETTE L. BANE H MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY K X . Graduates W ' FLORA E. HOTTES MARGARET M. BRAYTON hd A Seniors m gg ESTHER MCVAY BETTY WINGERT 3.15 GLADYS PENNINGTON KATHERINE PETERSON I 7 ROSETBRIEM A CHRISTINE STUBBS egg 1 BLISS SEYMOUR GERTRUDE SPONSLER I1 , MILDRED WELCH P I Juniors 4 A l RUTH WARREN HELEN MEYER A CHRISTINE HYLAND ANNA BALE ' , LENORE EVERSOLE RUTH RHOADES , ' ' J CLARA TILLOTSON EDNA-OAKES L' ,ba LETTY GAY CONSTANCE VERCOE gag, 1. ROXIE STUART MARY PARSONS V Wi KATHRYN CLARK FRANCES SCOTT if i 1 FLORENCE JOHNSON i f Sophomores I ALLIS HAREN MARY JORDAN w I, DOROTHY BI-:ROI-'ELD BEATRICE GRAY ' ,Q Freshmen Q CLAIRE MEYER SYLVIA CAWTHORNE 31 KATHRYN STUBBS MILDRED EVERSOLE 5' IDA HERRON I HELEN SMEJKAL gn: Q5 DEL GRATIA MILLER JULIETTE ARMSTRONG w gg THELMA MARION rm Four Hundred Seventy-four , 'M r 'I v I A LiSz...AefF?IwE.rf"aS3IEza-iIs R:v,'-4ag4QzCIf9 A T' 7"':g'W7'6!'F"' vff A" 'I I -' 'y'o-fws'-W,---'om' ' QL ,, ..q,L.f-'QP-1w...,.A - . . SL: o'H,1Q1QQ'2 ILLIQQ ALA-viva'-X. . - 4.:,2,.4etQv2. . , I ik XY, I I I E QQ ga 2? 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QF LUCILLE PARR MYRTLE AGLE Q-V2 IEILCRENCELPEARN IIEIAURINIQ ACLE ILDRED IGHT LOISE MITH I ALMA ADAMS ALICE ADAMS f DOROTHY HowE ELIZABETH SHARP FERN MYERS. , LUCILE WALKER X, Freshmen ' S ELIZABETH EDWARDS ' HILDA HAMMER Z3 JUANITA FULLER EDNA RENNER ng! if iii qi u I l 1 Four Hundred Seventy-six l '1 T V M-vw w V3 --v -y - . -Q 24: - Q QA 'f - Q---ef 1 r- wax! f2E1m.x...gsaf.x.-e1nf..sIF i l1'52vi..A+sJ'QlcEmfv":.ces:1szaaes E:'F,,-4en,f411cQs, ..-.......-.- .....,,,kv-,,. -,-, ..., ,,, ,, Y-, Y M -x.,--N,--wmv. -- --f - - . - H-.M , Y Y 'nv ..,. Y , , , ,WwvA,mY. Y- 'wQQjQ1L1192Q ILLlDgU-f -Yu S Q A 4 QE gi A gm JEVS E12 Ep' 122 EES fu .51 Wg, 3 5 iii' M G- . vd v ll: QW W W if 1 3 I W 4 L. 4 AA wi s.,4, 59 E an TWA rig. 52 S2 i QE, 'Aw IFE! rf X, a 2 '1 P 3 , i Sz 5 sf? gf: 'T af 4 , X N Y 1 ' n v ' M, S ' 5? n. gl If Top Row-EMITII, RENNER, MYERS, Pmm. 'J '-is Second Rmv-Enwmms, SOMERS, SORENSON, AGLE, SHARP, XVALKER, HAMMER, ADAMS, unlxr. up 5 , Third R010-PEARSON, NVEIIBER, AGLE, SHEPARD, LUDEMAN, ADAMQ LUIDHMAN, Enwmms, HOXVE EQ QHD Bottom R010-HASTINGS, WHEELER, wA1.Kul-, sxmrmw, 1-loom QU 5 I ag , ' W now my Q ' Four Ilundrcd Seventy-seven r' i f K' 159, Sr". 1 f. N A , YH-, A.+,, ' ' ,viz .-...-. ,..,i .1,-i , .. A ,YW -Y Hn -gm . gig-fra ' 4: 1--f-YQ-f-rg:-:1i::,-:j rf 1 'f" : :r f-3-::::'1"-N , 7" ' wlr- f-- f r 4 H-,vWf,'1ll.f 77 S. Xggu .E 1 -if -5 ', ' "-P f - --iw,-yrgy-f ' - "' ' A ' ' -. . V W, . . 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Q4 A 5 I '1 F W' I 1 V I I Four Hundred Seventy-vifyhf I 'I r 1 L a ,lf wma 1922 it ' -Li XYZ C W F gl? 5:15 'ffl' 59' GQ V' ,E si 52 5? 31 fg P 1 A L4 ii gn JY W 1 L1 is J Q l,' r . ir? Wm 54 is W W2 , gg .E 36 0 O :lb SB V571 V 4 222' ' 2:3 as N P A H fs X, :A 'Fw 591' ff: .1 r rw 'ff I r 1 f ' rg! ' as :S TopvRow-HAGEN, uuc, cAr.uxv1cu., 1'ms'rmwoon, NVICIR, scuM1'r1'. 31 LH, Second If01U--IIUNTICR, lxowmuv, FIHVARD9, mcxms, GUMM. ,ng 162, Third ROW-IIANTA, nrmnv, SIIIRII mvlvrmuan, EATON. 'gf F14 Bottom R010-IIAN , mmm, Mll ll mrnnv, mum, wncm, vo IR LONII l"uur 1-llumirerl Scvre ll e rin J 'T-Sm QTHQ 1922 M109 -asain-A I 'F RW WZ .E .E :Es W FQ 1+ 5 K DELTA DELTA DELTA 'A K V A J, Founded at Boston, Mass. 1888 if Sixty-One Active Chapters 25 5? Si ' 1 . .- rf I l 1 v A f 1 v l DELTA PI CHAPTER I Established at Illinois 1920 L ,551 F , MEMBERS IN FACULTY 1 r 's W JANE LEICHSENRING Q as MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY gg as - l Q Seniors Q M FLAVIA MCCALLISTER JUANITA KELLY K I RUTH HoovER RUTH WILLSON KU ' MABEL SNYDER RUTH BURTON l . F MD , Juniors M ri I r-4 EMILY BETH DoAx GENEvA TICEN: 4 ALoRA WARD JOSEPHINE BROWN 'SQ' ' HELEN HALL SARAH WALKER 1 JENNIE MAY PATTEN LAURA WALKER 5 . A I 1 Sophornores I l ', I Lols FoRcUM A GENEv1EvE HALLOUK ' It nfl GEORGIA HILGARD ,ELOISE ALLEN lg-,. RUTH PHIPPS AURELIA KoHL fi N In Freshmen A Rl r EDNA WARD AMY HOSFORD' LEONA KoHL , EVELYN WEST' 'I . A INEz COLLIFLOWER - IRENE BECKHAM K- BEATRICE ADAMS Ps. mf ' X I Q Four Hundred Eighty A r V1 ' 1 '.5.-Rf. .f:nR'o i, aiEz,..Nfs-"?1GDm.f-?":Es1E.fv ,-X ... "i'5i'5 QT1.1g 1922 ILLIQQ I4 W W IU Wi 35 srl n 4 f 3 I :SW iw! 'BQ 212 E14 1 E1 .Vi H: by ff. H i V A . , A, x 1 ai bw 11221 :fin P 1 'N if +1 W v 1 6' 52: fy, X 1 if TD 11? 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'MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I' A A I : ' ' Seniors l FRANCES BEST HELEN LYNCH , LUCILE .HAGAN , J 5 M ' Juniors A A 5 .4 ARGUERITE BARRETT , KATHRYN MURRAY 'v MARIE DAHM 4 ,MARY SERIGHT ,H MARIE DoYLE MAY VISINEAU ' A ' ' Sophomores I NAN GOGHLAN , ROSENE HAWTHORNE is , A VIRGINIA HALL V , CLARA HOGAN ' K. in - LOUISE MURRAY iq , I' ,I F l 3 EDNA BONNEN ms men ELLENE HAGAN EF MARY BRANSFIELD ARVELLA RoAcH 'EP QQ FRANCES DONAHUE FLORENCE RYAN Q MARGARET DUANE MARY RYAN 1 IAN I I IM ' of Four Hundred Eighty-two K , J A 4. '1 ffi-"'-Q.1v'gv,-:-ff 1""- v,5 : ' A M1-k - ' -A:-igfibf----S'-'W ' QQ1.tMn9f..Ax'Lf-'Q4lED,... - . ,4 OTMQ IQQQ ILLIQQ .dq:5'fK6fv-X1 . - W 111 ,E J: 9112 HES 1 51 13 31 73 'ff J f. A I ' 1 1 1 3 L4 M HQ .ga 1 1 I v 1 1 A l 1 r 1 1 4 In E2 1 W 1 . - L-, Y... , 55 , EB 1 1 W1 .. BE vw ra ' 'hrs' ,M I-1 g A l 11 1 ' 1 ,i EW 57 fi .-1 P H1 1f1 I 1 1 y , Y rg! is In H ' E1 L1 'gf 5' iii Q5 Top Row-UUANE, commm, IKONNICN, llI!ANSl'IEl.Il, n.11ou,xN, v.nvAN, nowmum. 1 Second Row-M.nYAN, HANVTIIOIKNE, c.nouAN, novufz, 1..m1numv, Imm.. I Q q lfotmm. Row-1c.MunnAx' xmnnxfwr IIXCXN mfsu' IYNCII mmm VISINFAU, snzmcmn I I 111 711 he l"u11 r Il1um'rrd lfinhty-'l1,1'nc bd Nfi ' f f ' ' ' , - . , - JA4-f-Af.:-V '1'1T ' r 4'---. ' -45 'F ' ' 1 W v V 1 -1 -:L f A - -3, - .,V- + 7 ' 1 ' f 7--9 - f fQk1:6!y-iff --.11 -YI, e ' Y" V I L . , ,,.,..,,.Y - Qx!e8Q.x..1.,.f-'Qi-rs..,.- , - . . SL.: o'I'I,1Q19QQ ILLIQQ rl . -.W.-25f.r..ff Q PE ng 54? ' - r gg ALPHA EPSILON PI-II . 4 -J fe Foumded at Barnard College 1912 F' Twelve Active Chapters ' ' 'I X A R s I E ' I 2 -U n 5' 'Q n Y E' Q I I h lx r ' , I 4 ll E M mf W 1 v , H il M Established at Illinois 1920 VM Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q K lf Graduate W ,E DORA O. LIP'roN Q Senior 3 GOLDII: B. WmN1zo'r'r , I I' I 4 Juniors I ! PEARL EDELSON Rosr: OLTUSKY , P14 bv' Lf? Sophomores ,I Am-:LIN H. BAER ADELE LEInsoHN I BEULAH Bnonv HARRIET' ROSENBLUM I r SILVIA BUDAN REGINA SINN ToBA COHEN DOROTHEA SLEPYAN X, In K, Freshmen D-1 A4 VIRGINIA DAVIS LENA OLTUSKY 55 CLARA HIMELBLAU LEXIE UDELOWISH Elf! 'Q PAULINE MILLS THELMA UDWIN Q FLORET OHRENSTEIN RELLA UDELOWISH ' I RUTH WEIN I I VAN . IA! I '1 , v 1 Four Hundred Ezghty-fouri Yi H 1 5951 I., 6 ' f fl A Awnings-..'-212A:X44m.:. .Lg 16: s -. iv W -vv-1 V Y -if . ...... .Y P . . ...,,,,,, MY --1 -,,,t,-1, 7,,,., 5 , ,,.,..-,,,,,,, ,mx F'-A-Www--M t YY AY A, v -- p H, f l- .- ,HN USA- H ,, , ,..,f.,'-.,- ,, , - , . ...WW ,.. 1 1 DruQ192Q1L1,1ow j v il. w ,, Lil.: r x xxx F' "-1 v v 9. gin -4 15 f A U SN .w 955 ., M Kea? ni" ht 'a mf, ol A ' fm . E115 21' 'J X, V5 f wh M! t'rJ 7' '4 E5 .Cu if ki plw wa N, .X ,W , 5 A v I ' X 7 , '12 5:52 , M if 234 . N , , I Ye 5 W3 K A+ 'w S+! 5:43 s 4 ff: L, fl FE' 513' P71 5 Fc' X fbi gp YAY W 5? GP. Q3 17 N14 94 EF bg? 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HARRIET RUSH ADA WHARMBY I , A Sophomores y EUNICE CARMICHAEL A BERNICE PATTERSON I IIEIEDWIG SDOWNS QENEVIZVE ADAIR Nq LOISE MITH AITH EcKE'r 'p ANNA BEss COLLIER GLADYS GRAY K' Ig FLORENCE MARTINSON 5 Freshmen n EF FLORENCE HARDING JOSEPHINE SCHMALHAUSEN Y ELIZABETH MUND GLADYS PIcIcE'r'r Q Four Hundred Eighty-six ,Ai r 'I' ' ' QQTQL 1622 ILLIOQ T1 I Q Pix K 55 fi W L 1 l 4 V X 4 In ,np 'Ziff' ' ':::' af 53 63 P: 1 PR: E4 5:4 WZ M . F l l V34 YN Fai fra' fl? Top R010-IIARDING, PICKETT, army, SCIIMALHAUSEN, MuNn. gl! 'SS Second R010-'DOWNS, E smrrn, Anmn, nrcmfvr rwr'rrnsoN MORTFNSOY R Q ' Third R010--ANDREWS, PFARL Fnmn, PA1"r0N II nusn CRXIICII xvlmmmx LARMICHAPL P Bottom R010--LAURA sm-ru, mum. scmrmmum enum nusu BAKIR lomms PAUIINF uurn IIDNA K scumrumum SXVICKATLD. A x ' I 1 l I 4 'Z 51 I . 1 9 sg: fir .1 P. -w ff- f N V' Hi ff is Q3 Z1 lf! wi if? :gl Ei 65 do db qi I I Four Ilundrcd Eighty-sefvcal T v' 1 y - A I - - - - Y .' 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Q LILLIAN RUZICKA I4 H Sophomores AMY COYLE ELIZABETH HAWKS ge MARGARET COLE RUTH KUGLER 15'5 Q DOROTHY MILLER SQ Four, Iluizdrcd Eighty-eight if h rim z'iv-A.-- - - V V A . - "U '- -I 4 ' - - - 'v' I i' 1 Y ' ' 7X T ' ' """f ' It' ' ' ' -f::. flu? 4 jx ,j 75 -,:,- ' ' e:Z9II1sffg'.g1.I'gg-1,ff:,gAgg,.,ffgp14-.,f':.-za? -.Ie2Q,,:1,fQTc21a3E,n'L..QziIs:ef4a1,..,I L,,,,:f..Q:RI....... .QED 1 JITI:IE1QQ'2 ILL1Oe .d Z6 g WY! M BE A if -4 .w A e J x 3' Q 503 .W W 5 I l ' Y A S M E' 5:5 E4 W A Q5 55 55 SY E237 ' V 4 vi A F .al w0MAN'S RESIDENCE HALL 5,4 5 . + 1 OFFICERS I 'Q NELLIE Hour, President Eg' 11 - . ' .1 , - - on 491 ERMA CABLE Vice President 'g +R' MARIE MARVEL, Secretary 'fr f r N ELIZABETH NESBITT, Treasufer I ,J EDITH MURCH, Social Chairman ix '42 :E i. E A 45' Q5 W fi! 1 IAN r H a zamw 'AW r '1 H ' ' Y" ' I'i'1"'6!vf-if fix-A 'Q U' I I ' I I I'53gQ,""4Tq"'ryf-""""' - . 1 J .lf .5-A , - s. . OTH!! fn , .4i4 , .LSQ4 L L . W WZ DE I I H MCKINLEY HALL -f 'sis P4 v-1 lg S1 fi R A I I I I I 'A I A be ij? gi I 1 I I I I 1 1 Y I U FB' I 1 I V I F'A T017 IfO'lU-VALLIER, RLY, II. KOUPAL, E. KOUPAL, COCHRANE, REES, TAYLOR, E. ARTER, COLE, C. BLACKARD, SAGER, AVA IHN DALES, ACIILEY, PENCE, NVINN, CoLvIN. QHQ 6.9 Second Row-MCKOWN, RARIIETT, EIILE, ADAMs, KNEER, BROWN, HAMILTON, TREE, ROIIERTSON, XYEEIIEN, H E' GOODALL, TILTON, ANDERSON, HAMER, STEINERT, BRAUCHER. ' Bottom 12010-LAIBEL, IIEYER, ALBERIIASKY, GREEN, LITTLER, MELTON, L.IlEII7,' FRISTOE, V. ARTER, JENNETT, r 1 ' ' MITCHELI., ATWOOD, IIUAD, GAYLE, TROWBRIDGE, LEWVIS, M. BLACKARD. I as MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I Qi Seniors H Q9 ELIZABETH C. ANDERSON FLORENCE LEE Q R2 zz- EMILY BENNETT MOREE LEWIS 7 MARY BLACKARD FERN WINN YI I I ANNA BLY OLIVE REES IA - ' MARGARET BRAUCHER WILMA REED ' ' , l RUTH VALLIER HELEN STEVENS , Q qp ESTHER COLVIN HILDUR STEINERT Q W VIRGINIA G. GAYLE HELEN TROWRRIDGE gg DOROTHY HAMER ka , gf! Jumors N . LBERTA CKLEY ELEN OUPAL I " A A H K gg U1 EUGENIA ARTER ELSA KOUPAL F MARIAM BALES HELEN PENCE I CLARA BLACKARD ELIZABETH SAGER 4 I FLORENCE COALE ELEANOR SMITH I i HELEN COCHRANE BERENICE TAYLOR 1 E. MORELAND GERAGHTY - . ' 1 , J Sophomores L' rg? JESSIE ADAMS GRACE HAMILTON F1 PEARL BARRETT GRETA KNEER ,- v , LYLE BROWN ETHEL TREE I 1 A MARY CRAWFORD WILLA MCKOWN AMY WEEDEN ALMIRA ROBERTSON N ' JOSEPHINE EHLE PAULINE TILTON Y HARRIETT GOODALL MARGARET TROWBRIDGE W . Freshmen - Q LUCY BEYERS CARMINE FRISTOE is HELEN LUND WINIFRED GREEN Z1 M MARY ALBERHASKY EVA MELTON wa VIRGINIA ARTER MAMIE MITCHELL qi If-3 SARA LITTLER LORENA REID GIF db EDA ATWOOD MARIE JENNETT Q 1 BESSIE CHUNG BERYL LAIBEL Four Humlrvd Ninrty I 'I ' ' ,L A A A A .- , , -2 ,. ..f,w-Qs Wv F1wu' , ,-, '-1 '22, 7 1" --R-'iwsvgf ij?-Q V' A ' F' R 1 1- -fax.,-.wb--ff-y - QDXVFWFNJ .-n,-f-'WSIS- , . IL4 QT1,IL19QQ1LLIQQ flqgvfa-x, . - -L .91 -L I . , ll IE E W2 ,Ig EETHANY CIRCL. ,Eg GlRL'S RELIGIQUS ORGANIZATION ki Six Active Chapters gl .VI A ALPHA CHAPTER T Founded at University of Illinois 1911 5 j C W N 1 W 'A If I F V 4 I I Y I l I 7 N 4 A I 22 S! ln 7 IJ I-I W H H ' ' Top Row-DENSEN, SMITH, Loulso, HAMLIN, CORDIN, HAMLIN. - Second R010-PATTON, FRIER, OECHNER, NELSON, GILBERT, TURPIN. Third R010--FREESE, PARK, DREWS, RICHMOND, ZIMMERMAN, ANDREWS, YOUNG, STANLEY. . . BUUONL R010-GRIFFITH, FRIER, BEACH, BLACK, THOMAS, LEWIS, AXTON. . t F4 pr-4 MEMBERS IN FACULTY EDNA JACOBSEN JEAN BENSEN ' ' L 1 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY IU . . Graduate RUTH FUNK W Seniors 6 71,4 MARIE DOBYNS LO1s WINE Q14 PAULINE FRIER ADA WARMBY P' EDNA SCHIERBAUM RACHEL GRII-'I-'ITH H CLARA RUSH ALICE THOMAS H LOUISE BAKER ALICE AXTON F RUTH BLACK MORRE LEWIS I JEAN HERRIN RUTH HARRISON 4 I Juniors f I L HARRIET RUSH PEARL FRIER I, I ' , MARY HOWE ANNA PATTON . 1 lj HARRIET BEACH MARIAN SMITH L Q5 CHARLOTTE NELSON MAURINE PAYNE gg !1 IVA HAMLIN ELIZABETH ANDREWS P! I Sophomores I 1 H DOROTHY RICHMOND ROSE OECIINER f I-IAzEL DREws ETHEL PARK ' BERNICE FREESE ELIZABETH TURPIN ' . RNA EILBERT 113EARI, YCQUNG W , VA YERLA AULINE IMMERMAN l 5 RUTH LOUIsO ZELLA GORDIN Q7 is ADELE FUNK h DOROTHY MCCONNELL gl pg A Fres men . LUCILE HARRIS FANNIE SCOTT pri KATHERINE STANLEY WILLA HAMLIN ,554 Q MARY HAVARD M Four Ilumlred Ninety-one fb I I 'LI 557291, I ,.,.A,.,L Q 1' ' 4gc1ODFf-E,-...f 5'-:C3+1O1"sAss :4:L',.,.L -'LLLg.1GfQ v 1 'YQW TT'-1'-""29e-"iW'2n'l if ' I MEA' I I W' -xiffn"l1:T?2'?iF'T'-4-""rs'f"-'-"r ' - . , :Ls aTL,1Q1QQQ M4100 :Q.vwo-xffi - .- .Q...fQNQ M 37 :Ni fir sf: C1-in DELTA vu' Founded at University of Illinois 1920 we Sa 'ce One Active Chapter F K A I I f .1 I I l L4 if 52 Rn P 1 sy in , I I Y I 4 In tv E1 Q13 52 5:52 ki f-ll? H an rm gg W SQ M 532,15 OSQLYXEZRSJ '.f?11iK??SFT3m3Q"?.'i,'f3i'oNTIISIERTEEV ' Bottom IIOIUW-TXYNICR, 1usNNxznY, Mamas, ANnmsN, JOYNER, F011 r. nn P4 L I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I I L Senior I MILDRED FOLK LQ ga? Juniors LUCY Woons GLADYS TRAGER gf' I HELENE BUTTERFIELD A , Sophomores w rf OLIVE MAKEEVER GLADYS KENNEDY A1 I Louisa JOYNER NINA HENRY , H ROSAMOND MEEKS INEZ ANDREN Q? FAYE HARRIS 5,1 ' az Freshmen E15 CLARA TANNER MIRIAM FLEMING v5'5 QQ GLADYS BROWN JEAN MAKEEVER W Four' llzmdrwd Ni1ll't1l-III'0 gkx :N 329' - N ---I - -' f f - I Eye. gg-Affyi' TYXIL. Q 'f .vgazaqfx JA, I I s,,,.,gQ:i.,-fglngfilbil-Z2fQ,,ng43l LQQZHYZQZILIWASE... L,4..92m, E. .SID HON Qnnaglg' PROFESSIONAL 4.. ' Sim iljgg Hffgl. , ' 'iq' W Xvl I I Il Qs? F5 W 'EAU BETA PI 'GE HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY T321 ' Founded at Lehigh. University 1885, ' L .I I I I h I L..- Tllirtgf-two Active Chapters , , I I P 1 I .4 I ' I' . 1 1 - I 1 v V - i- I 4 n In FZ ' as Estublishecl at Illinois 18.97 al? H H , Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY , Seniors f ZS R. F. PACKARD F. W. RAY M ,gg G. L. N. MEYER W. M. YOUNG gg 59 P. D. CORNELISEN L. J. BATTEY QD G. R. CASKEY A. H. BODENSCHATZ , we " K. S. SIEKE R. L. PENTLAND LW H. L. PARR F. METERHAUSEN QYI , . L. ROBINSON I. R. CUMMINGS . . F. F. STAMBERG M. FRISCH H A. M. HoUsER H. C. CHEEVER P. Woon C. JENKINS QQ gg, V. DOLBY A. C. REHNQUISI' r.-.4 F-in E. WESTCOTT H. J. GUSTAFSON HQ fl? D. K. MALCOLMSON SI, Ea Juniors Fd 1 V. K. HALDEMAN F 5 A I . K 1 I 1 ,il 1 El iii xo: .1 '- lan 'fl , H - r' R' 1 K' :Z 5 S vial 1 :T 195 fi wa Top Row-Ifmscu, PARR, STAMBICRG, PAGIIARII, JENKINS, Iuxns, 1:Us'rAI-'soN, IIAIIIEIIAN, METTERIIAUSEN, M SUCOTIII lf0Il'-EIIISJLILSIIIII, CUMMINCS CASKI Y XX 00ll WHERE, XVESTCOTT HOIILNSCII XTI, REIINQUIST. W BOHOIIL RO!!!--RAY lOl BY, PENTI ANI LORNFI ISI V NIALCOLMSON, YOUNG BATTLY IAN Four llmulrvd Ninety-three 'v ' - E I I I " ' ' - ..:.gQ:1F" 3' 3 i 15: -QL Y .'NA"vM'QT' ' VN 4.5:-a'Zn:,.,QmE,'r'.+Q1.'gg.:maa..,-. L,..fg:?:..,,tgf?4MED f0VF9ai"'l'5'j...f-.'fWhfa'3'?3'7 A Y Ar I I G U' J "W!""5""""""" I ' VD n,-f-'ills-. .- 11.4 oT1,H.f,192Q Hugo .l1:5f59'x. - . .- .5a...f-iN,i I . l 1 I I 'I Q? I' BETA GAMMA SIGMA Q HONORARY COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY gl H Founded at University of Wisconsin 1907 , I Ten Active Chapters A LX ,, .-... , . . I ALPHA IDF IILLIINCDIIS CHAPTER I 4 Established at Illinois 1913 gl 1 I I NI I 1 I I gp an KAI 65 we T - . . IW op R010 BENTLEY, GRIFFITII, WILLIAMSON, SCIIMII, IIASMUSSEN, SANDERS. S660'llli H010-MATIIEWS, KELSICY, DEEMING, GRFSSENS, ENGLISH, HOLT, GIBSON. ' A BUHOHI. R010-KOPP, MOTTER, PEARSON, TOLMAIN, PATTON, MILNER, MALKMUS, NELSON. 0 sie E MEMBERS IN FACULTY P HON. DAVID KINLEY, Ph.D. M. H. ROBINSON, Ph.D. W. E. BRITTON, J.D. F. A. RUSSELL, Ph.D. ' W. H. COBB, A.B. H. T. SCOVILL, A.B., C.P.A. I I L. G. HARRIS, A.B. DEAN C. M. THOMPSON, Ph.D. I C. C. HERRMANN, B.S. G. WATKINS, Ph.D. . 1 DEAN A. C. LITTLETON, A.B., C.P.A. N. A. WESTON, Ph.D. L Q! MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY if I . Seniors t HOWARD H. BENTLEY ALVIN G. 'MATHEWS WILLIAM S. DEEMING GEORGE E. MILNER N GEORGE W. ENGLISH, JR. HENRY E. MOTTER JAMES D. GIBSON LOUIS M. NELSON K- OTTO GRESSENS AUDLEY E. PATTON , gg A. OLIVER GRIFFITH LASOIIE PEARSON Z1 HERBERT E. HOLT J. A. SANDERS W WILLARD W. KELSEY DONALD D. SCHEIB WILLIAM K. KOPP ROBERT G. TOLMAN Elf! WILLIAM MALKMUS HAROLD E. RASMUSSEN Q KENNEY E. WILLIAMSON ' rp lou Ilzmdrvd Ninety-four V ' wwsgwivizfmv, IQ?-.Emi FTS,'iS! 52IZX64MLEiQfD 1 ' If ' ' A . gina' Mwst-ffrqgvf'--fs. ' - A -'M A Ab-A GTI-1111 1922 ILLIOO fl A -- AL- A A. -Q22 .E ,E FH Sig ALPHA ZETA E HONORARY AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY SI .H Founded at Ohio State University 1897 K Twenty-Nine Chapters A K i MICQRRCQJM7 CHAPTER I 1 Established at Illinois 1902 i Ill' Q1 A . " Ig. 25 U ' 1 i I 1 . 1 Y 4 In F' 'EU 1 V Tse- E5 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W Graduates Q A. E. ROMYN C. H. WILKINSON M. B. HARLAND 1 ' ' J. S. MARAIS R. S. FIREBAUGH C. A. BONNEN ' w ' I. A. DRNNISON IM ' Seniors , fo? I. W. COAN S. F. TOWNSEND BRUCE CLARK M NANSEN GLIDDEN A. W. BLACKMAN R. G. CARLSON , X, V. T. JESSEN J. R. Moss I O. F. SMITH -- I J P. K. JUsTUs W. C. WEBB F. E. CARVER A W , R. S. MCCORMICK E. G. THIEM E. H. ZIEROTH 4 J. H. MCGILLIVRAY E. L. JOHNSON H. B. WATERBURY H I. QUINBY G. E. MIDDLETON T. R. ALLEN pq QD W. V. SCHOCK H. E. BREWRAKER C. V. ARNOLD W yi T. E. HRNLEY 2.1 Juniors 4 J. C. RASMUSSEN E. E. VIAL K. A. FORD fill ' H. B. TABOR A 1 A I' I 1 4 I A r l I L1 5? 55 'H P hu ffm r W xi IH K1 P R :fi 3 - Top 12010-MIDDLETON, BLACKMAN, XVILKHNSON, TOWNSHND, COAN, QUINIIY, VAIL, BAY, TABOR, GLIDDEN. f I SUC07ld Ie010-NVATERISURY, HRACKFIN, JESSEN, JOHNSON, J USTUS, MAC GILLIVRAY, NVEIKH, HEN LEY- Bottom H0104-ARNOID Al Ll N THIEM, NIOSS IORI ISROCI IIEROTII, SMITH. 7 ' Four Hundred Ninety-five I' 1 7 - J ' - r -J - u 715.2 .fi ig J 5 Q' If . 69. . ...-L.'R'.E49Aa'f-.i3aifF'.. i..,a'B!Q-Q."P. Q31ebJi'amiz-..,,.,.4.2A:A.........CZiQ --n ,Q T""' 'A ' - . Y ,52:f:x.'..:ij'-E22 ..,..,4,. vw . - . , .zzz .a -. - '. .... . . - Qmfvv 1-2 PM UTI-121922 woo A A A A QQ ig: ' - U I Q ' 'fl I M K' M 5. ik if nl, SIGMA. TAU ig HONORARY ENGIEERING FRATERNITY EI 'F Founded at University of Nebraska 1.904 ' M W Eleven Active Chapters ,A K Established at Illinois 1911, ' I w .4 H S91 gl si ya P Y r I X 1 y Y 4 In F12 Eff Lf! N21 be 91 K' AY Top Row-NAGLE, umns, Mc CLURE. S6C0'Ild R010-KRAUSE IACKARIP, STAMIH Rl I ULI PY Ol ANI!!-Ill, VALI 'WI INI HOC! PARR W Third Row-JIRKA, nomxqox, 0'CONNOR nrxqox IKATTPY, IXRENNFI, sAc'PNnom- FRIWCII CIIEFVCR KU f BOHOHL R010-I'EN'1'l.AND COOK, WOOD, Ilil NH IDI' NH Xl R, CUMMINGS, LAS! IY SIFCKI .E MEMBERS IN FACULTY C. R. RICHARDS, B.M.E., M. L. ENGER, BSS C.E., M.s. fu M.M.E., D.Eng. J. K. TUTHILL, . . P -1 irq G. A. GOODENOUGH, B.S., M.E. C. Z. ROSENCRANS, B.S. If N A. C. WILLARD, S.B. C B. SCHMELTZER, B.S. , I. 0. BAKER, B.S., C.E., D.Eng. E. E. EAUER, B.S. 1 C. A. ELLIS, A.B. E E. REss, B. . , C Seniors I J . G. L. N. MEYER L. J. BATTEY A 'J G. R. CASKEY A. M. BRENNE L' ,Za R. W. IBENFELDT F. J. JIRKA :GSH 8.1 R. CUMMINGS PACKARD rf , . W. Woon . ONOHOE 4 if SIPANGLER C. SIHEEVER If . ocx - T. cHo'r'r ' f R. L. PENTLAND M. FRISCH Q' rf M. P. BENSON S. J. GULLEY " V L. W. ROBINSON M. H. COOK , 5 Simms IIXICCLURE A ' . . oDENscHA'rz . . ARR A S A. L. SAGENDORF K. H. smcxn 'if R. R. O'CONNOR F. F. STAMBERG fig NIJ . . ,GIA 5 -3 Jzmwo s ,W Q M OLANDER FNKRAUSE H 4 E. 1. VALENTINE . . AGLE i I . Egg W m I"u11r llzmrlzvd Ni1u't11-six " Ae ---A A -' f V - -..f leur- ,fr , Cf- A -,f,- 'Rf R ff'Zf, :.'l9Ka'4f.QI-El0.,.,g's?1CfQE22'f.QBiLi'wA4zf..-----. ..4,f5R..m . A Sfgg 12522 Img. if 1 i I Els r' TI-IETA TAU ki PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 'N Founded at University of Minnesota 1904, X I 'X Eleven Active Chapters A K Established at Illinois 1916 1 1 I '2 M 392 Q 1 ni! if I ' I I 1 ,I , I 1 4 I h FZ I SZ 'dial ' . 1 I 1 I bv Q ZS KI! 65 S K ll Top 130117-MERZ, MC DONALD, GREEN, M. S. LEEMING, RICHARDS, XVIIARTON. ' Second Row-SIIINNI-:n, IIAwOn'rII, cnosnv, WATERS, SEYMOUR, NAYLOR. ' ' Third Row-WIIITE, I-'AIImAInN, noEr'EI,, wEs'rcO'r'1', Mc CLELLAND, IIARTLETT. 0 OHL LOIU-GOULD, MEZEK, POOLE, WILTON, MOHR, ALLMAN, XVIIIGHT, OVERBFD M B if P W V1 VV X11 P13 my -EEL gg, MEMBERS IN FACULTY K Si ld EEUTWILER, KING, ' - - OLDBROOK, - -, ' - I . . WILSON, M.M.E. Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY P 3 f Seniors 1 P. B. BURLEY G. M. CROSBY I . l J. S. MOHR D. W. STOCKHAM 1 1 ' M. B. SKINNER C. B. GOULD ' 1 I,-I F. M. POOLE - F. I. TOURTELOT lg.. 102 C. J. DAVIS R. L. MCCLELLAND Q5 'H F. W. MEZEK W. F. FAIRBAIRN P' 'Q J. W- ALLMAN W. B. RUSSELL I VIGVILTON DOEPEL . . ATERS . ARTLETT LI c. S. WRIGHT L. N. WHITE J. W. LEEMING W. B. OVERBEE I H P. L. CARLSON B B S E. J. WESTCOTT K- gg . . EYMOUR , Juniors EJ J. R. GREEN J. W. MCDONALD 7..,j il H. S. HAWORTH R. A. MERZ gig Q5 M. S. LEEMING R. W. RICHARDS 4 R. E. NAYLOR R. F. WHARTON i 4 Q A. S. ROBINSON QI rp ,Ly Four Hundred Ninety-seven r' 1 T 'If' li 'C C I. ...para-sf ""S'!"'3""""'f"7 ' wtf SL-1 oTL.1L1QQQ ILLIOU Qt , . - . ... Rn..ffst3S42CQ S2 SQ PHI DELTA PI-II E PROFESSIONAL LAW FRATERNITY 51 Founded at Uyliversity of Michigan 1869 .U Forty-Eight Active Chapters . K Established at Illinois 1901 A R - l A i , If 1 Q 163 W V1 P L I MEMBERSQNUNIVERSITY K 1 67LZO'I'S ' THOMAS H. ARMSTRONG FRED P. GRAHAM ' 4 HAROLD G. BAKER ELMORE A. GRIPP. B 3, OWEN M. BURNS GALEN V. KNIGHT cg '13 ROBERT J. COLSON JOHN M. NIEHAUS, JR. gy faq W IRA J. COVEY, JR. MARTIN E. O'CONNOR HUGH WM CROSS iUGUS'1i-IJ. SCHEINEMAN Q DONALD . EATON Juniws Mos ' . WATTS W HARRY A. BARR MARION M. HART ' CHARLES E. CARNAHAN DAVID J. KADYK fb CHARLES CARROLL WILFRED M. MOFARLAND IM U CHESTER E. DAVIS STEDMAN G. SMITH H GEORGE G. GILBERT HAROLD T. TOWE PN gtg ARTHUR J. HAIR Soplwmweg CHARLES W. VAIL, JR. JAMES H. BLISS ' JOHN B. MANN H' K fl JOHN F. DAUGHERTY WALTER B. PRESTON W E I6IAROLD Ft Jil-ICKETT IWILLARD SIIIQITS N HARLES 1. ANE AWRENCE . AN Ess M WILLIAM W. WATTS 'i I' 5 A I I L 1 ' LJ E-I el W fi lg H L. .1 'fd K' ,mf EQ Flon r I I zmdrvd N inctu-eight ,Ax , 1 v' 1 A QI: ,E 311119 12529 ILL10.. PHI ALPHA DELTA. Q Founded at Kent College of Law 1897 S -h Thirty-Seven Chapters 1 'N Established at Illinois 1.904 A K A 1 , if -c trisffa fx! 5 If 'KW , gg fa . Q g 'A' v iqi b 1 'Ll Ulxgnx -, V ' ' 1 L I 1 I 4 MEMBERS IN FACULTY H 55 WILLIAM EVERETT BRITTON, A.M., J.D. gp ,QS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ,-4 Q2 ' ' I I Third Year Law M CHARLES E. KEOK WILLIAM H. MARTIN, w il WILLIAM K. HRABIK CLARENCE J. FISHER H , MILES GRAY LLOYD LEHMAN i QB ' Second Year Law IM LEWIS B. WILSON V BERNARD W. HARRINGTON . 2-1 ROBERT H. HARMS CLYDE R. BANKSON A QQ EARL C. HARRINGTON L P S CHARLES G. HOWARD 3 AWRENCE . IMPSON W First Year Law KY, ' WALLACE W. BROWN ROBERT H. GILSON - A H JOSEPH W. CANNON JOHN R. SNIVELY , QD ELMER ENGLISH H. K. VREELAND d N 4 Hz yy CHARLES H. KINNAN STANLEY ICENOGLE by ROBERT P. SI-IONKWILER as 'N in id '1 P I A l I P ' I li H 13' 63 yi P 9 ' 1 Q . X4 . A , if 5 V6.1 Q sa C15 Top Row--RANIISON, ENOLISII, BROWN, CANNON, IIARMS, VIIEELAND. FQ QQ Second H0117-SNIVELY, IIARRINOTON, WILSON, IIINNANE, SIMPSON, I-IARRINGTON, GILSON. wb Q 1 BDHOHL H0117-ICENOFIIE, HOWARD, GRAY, LICIIMAN, MARTIN, IHIITTON IISHER, KECK. I ' 1 N I N A Four Ilunrlrvd Ninety-ni'nc A PA! Y I 1' H' L' -' ' ' ' EC 'F I 'XL 2 I' 2'-aarmfm Q3.imgS!e-y15?Z'.i29A.4'a'hiBT1EZvEQEmi1Q5Em1QBiC3mSiuH.....-.a5?2.S,,..,..... .GED qi ' 'v Y --2e,1:'sv-R "R H A :B' "' ' A --A . - -.-.F . - 4-1, -1-'QNl'l'97 Iiggcgpwi . - , . S145 Drug 1929 M1100 et? , , , SZSIQQQMQ D I p Q EL-I 'I ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA Eg PRE-LEGAL FRATERNITY ' Founded at University of Illinois 1920 rl One Active Chapter I A A L I P 2 Q4 R24- gl fi V7 nl an I ! l 1 ' I 4 I In M B' F3 W' nip 34 H Y VM 83 E5 55 H G2 ! l Nut yy hi! 'mf gd A 4 I I 1 N I 1 I J gr 5? ALPHA CHAPTER Q Honorary Members i LEW R. SARETT HENRY W. BALLANTINE f ' r Seniors y A JAMES H. BLISS, JR. GEORGE W. ENGLISH, JR. I, ,J W. W. BROWN ROBERT H. FLETCHER M 'p MORRIS D. DURHAM MERVIN Q. LYTLE K' KZ U 'S Juniors Z1 PAUL W. BROSMAN JOHN T. CHADWELL Eng I MARSHALL H. EDWARDS HENRY K. VREELAND GQ Soplzomores Sh q WILLIAISI U. BARDWELL CUSHMAN B. BISSELL gp A rp 'A' Vim' Ilundrrd ,xt V, 31 Sim R522 mlfjg, 422 :EF Si Wi me SIGMA DELTA CI-II . , 4 Q PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY Sl ,H Founded at DePauw University 1909, ,X Twenty-Tlwee Active Chapters ' 4 I Established at Illinois 1912 1 , i I2 if Q I ia! I ' Vt r I ' 4 I 1 V 1 7 4 In F2 S7 4 I 1 I U I al 55 S L 653 ' 'r I I vs +26 E571 ru I--9, 4213, F4164 Sq 3 ,Sim Standing-I!ELl., IIODGSON, CLARK, PINCK ARD, CARSON, IIUCI LKNAN, l'lCI.'l'Z. A N Seated at Tabla-CRECRAPT, WRIOIIT, STORY, Mc QUINN, WATSON, HUlIl'lSlI, McI'A1u.Ax1 P K C6'l'Lt0'l'--IIARIKINGTON. A I I A ', K MEMBERS IN FACULTY , 1' FJ HARRY FRANKLIN HARRINGTON, A.M. FREDERICK ARTHUR RUSSELL, Ph.D. Lf log! RUSSELL MCCULLOUGH STORY, Ph.D. SAMPSON RAPHAELSON, A.B. -1 ELMO SCOTT WATSON, A.B. SYLVAN Dlx HARWOOD, A.B. r- nl CARL STEPHENS, A.B. JOSEF FRANKLIN WRIGHT, A.B. :fi , I GORDON RANDOLPH CRECRAFT, A.B. FRANKLIN WILLIAM SCOTT, Ph.D. ', M MEMBERS 'IN UNIVERSITY , Seniors I Q HENRY GORDON HULLFISH RALPH TOLIVAR MCQUINN Q7 is HORACE MULFORD HODGSON WILFRED MYERS MCFARLAND Z1 pi, HAROLD RECINUS PINCKARD RALPH CHENEY PELTZ ' ' ,A KENNETH WOODYARD CLARK GERALD HEWES CARSON Q5 Jzmiors ff qi GEORGE VICTOR BUCHANAN JOHN ARTHUR BELL H N I I Five llzmdrerl One Ili 'AI L34 f s 'a3'Eji --wiv-'xv-:.gA,?-Q YQ fl' Af il Q A -E r'U!3'f'-""""'Y' ' f,ig2iiWfWWN. -.fa , . Fu ampd IQQQ Hugo rt'J:BFWavx. , , T3'Z9..4iFzw . . gvl W .E .E 1 THETA SIGMA PHI I ig HONORARY JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY Sl .H Founded at University of Washington 1909 ,X Twenty-Fowr Active Clmpters A K l Established at Illinois 1918 I l L 4 1 A sl sg 491 r 1 if l I i l l l 1 nl H U E' l' I CII? ill? Wt 5 rv gg K ly KU .E 5. ra: gg rd is 'l l P n 4 x I 1 Top 130147--OLTUSKY, SCONCE, FARROXV, NVINE, SEYMOUR. BUHOHL IQOIIIYWSTRAIIFI PFNNINGTON Sllllll EY IIOISY UAH N J 1 ' l I :A E! ff? rf 1 I Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I, ' Seniors I BLANCHE SHIRLEY FRANCES BEST 'Q Lois WINE GLADYS PENNINGTON Q' .U THELMA STRABLE BLISS SEYMOUR B2 S ROBERTA DoIsY FRANCES ScoNcE Q as Juniors QF ALTA HAHN RosE OLTUSKY 25 Q TIERA FARROW N i i k x My Fiim Hundred Tzvo A r '1 " 1 1Q9DZf 'A fa... ' 1 A ez :A:,f1dmzm 5fQg1E9gg1LL15Q l I PI DELTA EPSILON Q3 HONORARY INTER-PUBLICATION FRATERNITY Ki Founded at Syracuse University 1909 'N Twenty-one Active Chapters , ' R Established at Illinois 1918 ,I I 5 I I u u Q I I' .J L. 592 iii 'I V if - I Q. I -1 , I IR I 'AY HF if iv F4 PY QQ 'Q " Top R010-DARLEY, BURLISON, wnme, II. LYTLE, GEISS, LOVETT, TENINGA. X Second Row-WADE, GOEFEY, SCOTT, NARDI, CARSON, cOTEs, MASON. fl Third !f01U--CLARK, :uc QUINN, NAYLOR, I'00IF TINCKARD, WILSON, IIODGSON, VAN I-ELT. s . .E MEMBERS IN FACULTY Fi WILLIAM LEONIDAS BURLISON, Ph.D. GEORGE ALI-'RED GOODENOUGI-I, M.E. 5 WALTER CASTELLA COFFEY, M.S. CARL STEPHENS, A.B. Q THOMAS ARKLE CLARK, B.L. HARRY FRANKLIN HARRINGTON, A.M. In I WARNER GRENELLE RICE, A.B. 4 I I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I , L Graduate I 5 HUGH WARING CROss - 1 J Seniors Lf lb? GEORGE ELLSWORTH MILNER HENRY G. HULLFISH X531 RALPH TOLIVAR MOQUINN JULIAN NARDI r- hq HAROLD RECINUS PINGKARD JOHN HAWLEY WILSON In . HORAGE MULFORD HODGSON FOSTER MALIO POOLE RODNEY STARKWEATHER MASON KENNETH CLARK N ' . MERWYN QUINCY LYTLE ALFRED J. TENINGA X Y SIDNEY WADE ROBERT LOVETT " , SAMUEL DAWSON DARLEY RALPH C. PELTZ K. 5 WILLIS VAN PELT ROY L. KALVER M js GERALD H. CARSON RALPH L. MCCLELLAND Z: Juniors jf, LLOYD WHITE RALPH E. NAYLOR ill W MERVIN FRANK COTES FRED F. GEISS gl HERBERT BIGHAM WHITE IE ' Q r I Five Hundred Three r V1 ' ' A I .- -- R--.,2 .- .AWE A --A---v Qgmsgsmanrqmw, ie21.I?eA..,QICf2lm.a'.c-,2Biezaassmg,e-.z2:?..49..4e.wa.IQ? .rf ' vu? ' Y- 'T 'Q """' Y A-YV Avi Y 'i ' "vw"-1r'v ' L A 1 ...Q N bf ' I "'1,g'fL' "'i', M9 oTI,.1E1QQ'2 ILLIQQ .117 .Y-.f.?i':?:'.ZL'. I l I I I GAMMA. EPSELON PI lg HONORARY COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY Sl .W Founded at University of Illinois 1918 A Five Active Chapters A K Establislzecl at Illinois 1918 ' 1 1 11+ 11 -A . H 3 1 1 1 11 I T I1 I. 1 V 1 ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' ,tg MRS. ALTA GWIN SAUNDERS LENA RHUE ks MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors W ANNA BRYANT HELEN LYNCH db U 1 ANNA COOLLEY BETTY MCDONALD ll , A BERYL DAVIS FRANCES MYERS , , LOUISE FAIRFIELD PAULINE NICHOLS ,M Ml HARRIET HODGES LOIS WILSON Ag ,AL RUTH VALLIERS QQ Juniors "' NELLE BARRY' DAISY CAMERON 1 I GRACE BELL MARY JANE CLEVELAND IW I ANNA BLY DOROTHY EYCLESHYMER , , FRIEDA BAIRD CLARA MOLDEN j Q RUTH CALDWELL CHARLOTTE NELSON I! Q VENA CARTER ' MABEL SNYDER W LQ! JEANNE WHITE 1659. E?" rf- 1 1 H 'I I' ' 1 1 A I ' 1 ' 1 'SJ EW iff? fi 1 I- l 1 1 Y A .W IA K' .32 E3 L65 . 2.21 if! 51' F N Top R010-NELSON, CLEVELAND, CAMERON, XVIIITB, IXAIRD, SNYDER, MOLUEN. ,QB SCUO'lLd 12070--ICYCLESIIYMER, MYERS, BLY, HELL, HARRY, CARTER, CALDWELL. QD 3 ' BOHOIIL 1f0llJ-NICIIOIS EAIRHI LIP, IIOIJCI S C001 LI X HRX ANT, DAVIS, MC DONALD KAI I IERS h ' Five Hundrvd Four 'xl r V1 , 'H ' 1 A ' vf' LC J.-vwgxf "'ffS':'-2-fww'-"I ' --w . SLR QTHL 1922 ILLIOQ Q. . - . --.fa ... . I. F ALPHA KAPPA PSI lg PROFESSIONAL COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY S1 -V Founded at New York University 1905, 'S Eighteen Active Chapters A k I Established at Illinois 1912 ' +I I4 A bs bfi' ag I 1 Fil 7 E I I l I I I 4 In F2 F ren ru l 1 gl Z5 83 5.9 Q . ., . . N l Top R010-llllX'A, MILNER, IDE, l-'LliTCllEll, EIIERSPACHER, DEPLER. ' Second Row-IIOIILER, wIl.SoN, KOI-I-, IIORII, JOIINSON, MOTTER. ' ' , Q DOUGH! R010-LOCKNVOOIX, ROBINSON THOMPSON, SADLHR, RINSXI l I 'STLOXII l I X KISS X 1 J GD GW I.: is 'Z K ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY 4 I ' DAVID KINLEY, Ph.D., LL.D . H. T. SOOVILL, A.B., C.P.A. I I , l C. M. THOMPSON, Ph.D. F, A, RUSSELL, Ph.D. s I , . NATHAN A. WESTON, Ph.D. H. P. GREISON, A.B. M . A MAURICE H. ROBINSON, Ph.D. W. E. BRITTON, A.M., J.D. L -u 'r SRF R2 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ' Seniors r ROBERT TUTWEILER H. F. SADLER I CHARLES CARROLL GEORGE H. EEERSPAOHER S, ' gfENRY E. gIOiirER IELARENCEI JJ. SOHULTZ K LARENOE . OHLER HILIP . ORD ' MAURICE W. EVANS J. HAWLEY WILSON R WILLIAM K. KOPP IGGALPH E.FFLIIi1'cHER Q ROBERT A. IDE ILLIAM . OOKWOOO E WARREN R. HOUGH JOHN DEPLER w GEORGE E. MILNER E. THOMAS JOHNSON - g F. E. BRYA gg W ' k i Five Hundred Five IA! i if H Y W W i W 1 L' zf.sf.v1vKL7i".1fE'::2'sf.af.nw..".':'1 If A" "L L L -.g,w...- 've--f I -'-fr ' . no SLE Qmuggg ILLIQQ rl . . -,T.5sw.1-".-QISLQCQQ A I ,M WI RE ,. BETA ALPHA PSI Ig PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANCY FRATERNITY SI .H Founded at University of Illinois 1919 ,X One Active Chapter A A I A 1 I 'I I4 W W N 1 ' I , 1 . I Y I 1 al rn Q3 gp Top R0w-RABENAU, FILBEY, scovlu., Lu-'rLEToN, KERRINS. Second R010-GRAY, nI'rE, THRASHER, CULTER, cum, cnEssENs. K I1 Bottom Row-PEARSON, JOHNSON., KELSEY, scIIMoELLEn, DEEMING, s'rEvENs, MALKMUS. KW .. 36 MEMBERS IN FACULTY FH H Q H. T. ScovILL, A.B., C.P.A. A. C. LITTLETON, A.M., C.P.A. 51 E. J. FILEY, Ph.D., C.P.A. P. C. TAYLOR, B.S. F C. C. HERMAN, B.S. 5 I 1 I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I 1 , Seniors L1 5? L. PEARSON R. L. STEVENS "1 G. E. MILNER W. F. GIBBS X' F. P. SCHWARTZ W. S. DEEMING ft H. U. JoHNsoN K. E. WILLIAMSON ' I W. W. KELSEY O. GRESSENS X: W. MALKMUS H. H. HITE fp A. W. SCHMOELLER J. RABENAU R. E. CULTER Z3 Juniofrs " H M G K K Du ALL fi Q5 . . RAY . . v ab qi L. L. THRASHER J. A. KERRINS I l W ' k 4 Finn lhmdrrd Six rr ' Y 5.1. . ...mfsafs-.,p.1zQzf..ff.-2m',1649532193-.fHe3IEzm Q:L3.m1G v 4 A' yvf f f-1i,1v'svf" ' T f ' Yvk W A ' ll' ' -Qsq1u'srm '-"-fy 'A .. A 1 Ll ' - .L ' L A Cggtvav-9-Xe., ""!r1,-If oTI,1L1QQQ Img.. et L M .. BE PI-II LAMBDA UPSILON ,TA . IZ HoNoRARY CHEMICAL FRATERNITY S1 fi Sixteen Active Chapters f ALPHA CHAPTER V 1 I Founded at University of Illinois 189.9 l P I I4 195 you sl! ls. n 1 ' fl 5 A 1 1 ' ' i I 7 Y K 4 '22 l E 42 H3 653 Q 9 E43 6.5 E R I f Si 4 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q92 Graduates Q O. A. BARNES W. H. GRIFFITH W. B. NEVENS P' M J. BRADLEY J. A. GUNToN C. S. PALMER gg 1 J. B. BROWN T. S. HAMILTON P. K. PORTER .1 CCHILES INGERSOLL QQUICK F . . HRISTMAN . ARRIS . . AsswE1LER I G. H. COLEMAN R. L. JENKINS C. W. RoDEwALD 4 , I BJRIGGS JIDI-INsoN SSCHNEIDER I 1 . . UNN . . ARSON . . IIELTDN 1 I G. P. EDWARDS E. E. LIBMAN R. G. STEVENS . ll I J P. M. GINNINGS R. S. NELSON H. F. YANCEY L ,-6? R. E. GREEN!-'IELD IENGLE L. F. YNTEMA s -. . . OCHTE .1 v r' ri! Seniors 'f ' f H. S. BERGER W. B. HoLToN C. B. LOVELL , G. W. CROMER H. C. N. HECKEL J. S. PRESCOTT 'N B. GARVEY T. E. KENDALL C. W. RUHLE , A I. L. HAAG R. C. KILLEI-'ER D. SCHLESINGER K. if Juniors C. BECKER F. HAGER A. W. SLOAN Q A. 0. BECKMANN R. K. HAMILTON G. S. SPILVER gui 515 H. D. CARTER M. JOFFE L. F. STEUBE qi C. F. CROSSLEY C. I. RosE g 1 ' ' A ki 'ANI Five Hundred Seven 7 .1 ' ' LR: .. . - r - - V 1 A Q . P1 7- -A -M 5 - A "1-7' A .-' f -r Q -SIL-5. - Y Nnqigrf- T' ' ' 1 Q., , ff P Z'fwmfb.iSE4 ,1.ieEI.fminA.,.L,.Lf.2f:x..4..44.w:-.QEi2 C f"P - f'-is'!'6! YI' 1 v Y 'A Y l'5,F"7"4r-1 - -1 J ..q,. ... . - . . IL4 oTI,.1Q1Q2Q ILLIOQ rl . - . I Q I v ETA KAPPA NU' Ig HONORARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Sl .W Founded at University of Illinois 1904, A Eleven Active Chapters A I I A 1 . I I If aa: Pu I ' if I MEMBERS IN FACULTY I y ' ELLERY BURTON PAINE, M.S., E.E. MORGAN BROOKS, Ph.D. ' 1 CHARLES TOBIAS KNIPP., Ph.D. ABNER RICHARD KNIGHT, I EDWARD H. WALDO, A.B'., M.S. ERNEST ALEXANDER REID, M.S. I, E PAUL HENRY BURKHART, B.S. - Ina . , 4 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q Seniors . Q M. H. COOK F. M. POOLE - - I. R. CUMMINGS L. H. ROBINSON . My P. D. CORNELISEN A. L. SAGENDORPH fm H ELDDONAHDE SICIEOTT b P4 ' . . ONALDSON . . C LURE .' -. Q-19 JIIRKA L. A. WEST Q -7- . . EMLER L. C. YEAGER K I PIENTLAND M. ZYOUNG . . LYM . W. IEGLER I I - - F. C. ARMSTRONG R. E. LACKLAND l 4 Juniors 5 I Q R. M. KERCHNER L. B. BAKER W my E. G. KRAUSE S. M. DURST 2,1 W. H. ROGERS J. C. PORTER . H R. F. WHARTON J. E. AIKEN 'ESI 6 C. H. CLARK J. D. VALLIER U A I I I I I 4 I LI 'BQ n Qs !- my I I1 r w In K ' U rr . '1 p- I W . . :fa p Top H0117--JIRlxA, ROIIINSON, YEAGER, CLARK, SAGENDORPII, DUns'r. .gig Q6 Scoond H0111--ZEIGLEII, linxlqr' INIWI xx IIKRTOIN KPRCIINPR cool IOR'lIR NAILIER, Mc CLURF, ARMSTRONC QE 1 Thu-d Rowfvwm, CUMMING9 1 mu.: n ROIGPRS IONOIIOI PI NIIANI XII I N IOINALIFSON, IACKLAND, nAx FR ' q B0fl0IIl 11010-I!IIIiIiIIAIl'I', Ill Il I XII P I INIC IIT CORNPIIRIN XX UIO PKINI' POOIP YOL 'YI IIATTIJY. r I I I Five Ilimdrvd Eight A I 1 ' r' 1 li' ...I ' vf D' A - A A--ff - E535 1 1. . DE. ...mg IQQQ mio.. .A . . - . l l ,E FL! 'I PI TAI? SIGMA ki HDNDRARY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY SI 'H Fownded at University of Illinois 1915, 'Xl Two Active Chapters A I I Established at Illinois 1915 I I I I I I L... L Il '15 R24 I I fl V I L I I 3 4 L 22 In A-L1 l 1 if II II ,W , Top Row--NAGLE, c1.Anxc, noDENscuA'rz, l:rmssE. I Second R010-CLEVEI.AND, KITCII, LOFQUIST, KLINGIIERG, ROSENDALE, SINDEN. ' ' I X Third Row-cl.osE, 1vlEYEn, BRFNNE, cul.1.1fY, HousEn, PACKARD, FRISCII. BOUOIII RON!-'l!0Yl.E, CASKICY, IIIENFEIJIT, STALEY, NVILTON, STOCI HAM, D0lil LL GULI EY ,Q MEMBERS IN FACULTY W C. R. RICHARDS, B.M.E., M.E., B. W. B'ENED1c'r, B.S. M Ig! A. C. WILLARD, B.S. A. P. KRATZ, M.s. 344 G. A. GOODENOUGH, M.E. V. S. DAY, B.S. lg? O. A. LEUTWILER, M.E. R. E. KENNEDY, B.S. 5:5 Q A MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY , Graduates : G. H. FELBECK, B.S. C. Z. ROSENCRANS, B.S. I 4 h Seniors I I A. H. BODENSCHATZ G. L. N. MEYER XI ,. J. R. Bonn J. s. Mom Q? A. M. BRENNE R. F. PACKARD 1.22 '1 G. R. CASKEY A. D. SINDEN P' H' T. E. CLARK E. G. STALEY I P. D. CLOSE D. W. STOCKHAM I I R. F. DOEPEL 0. N. WILTON , I M. FRISCH W. E. CLEVELAND X S. J. GULLEY H. A. GULLEY ' A A. M. HoUsER A. M. GRAssE K- U R. W. IBENFELDT G. A. LDEQUIS1' 3, S F. M. WRIGHT ZI ,ms I A Juniors S. B. KITCH P. I. NAGLE e'5 Q J. W. KLINGBERG H. ROSENDALE db Q B. W. STORER H IAI IAN Vi' - Five Hunrlrcd Nine '- 1 f Yups- Y -Q!1..!'j'5, ,W f v ' r '. 'ui ,snag-V Y Y av.. S Qxsmfzf-mg.,-ws...,. , - . , :veg o'f1.1p4 1Q2Q Huge mwvvra-X. - . S.?.. S2 W TRIANGLE P' 5 '1 Q Founded at University of Illinois 1907 I' , Five Active Chapters . 'S ' A ' i ,4 K L W .2 I' , . if S Q Y I 1 V ' , 41 I f ' I I -Ji L 1 Y 4 In F' W1 U 1 al KA ZA E E K ! MEMBERS IN FACULTY W F EZRA EDWARD BAUER, B.S. ' ELDRED EVERETT CRESS, B.S. I 4 , I A MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY A SI, I A D R Q Seniors' F I JOHN CLAUDE ALLMAN ALMON WILKINSON HINDS A I ' MERRILL PHILIP BENSON ALF CHRISTIAN REHNQUIST A I I 1 i LEE CONRAD HERWIG- PAUL WASHINGTON WOOD 1 A, I MI . L' 1 Juniors If Fo , , -Q! ,E CHARLES NORMAN' BEGGS ALBERT WILLIAM COOPER IV X' HAROLD ROBERT BORLAND ALBERT REYNER EASTMAN' 'f Q I WILLIAM HENRY BRAMEN EDWIN CHRIST KUEHL , JOHN JAMES BRESEE JOSEPH ARVID NELSON EDWARD CLARENCE BUSSE I ARTHUR SELDON ROBINSON X, CHARLES ADAMS CAHILL EDWARD CHARLES SCHWEITZER ' A PAUL LEONARD CARLSON . EDWIN ERNEST VALENTINE K- QE I7 51 I rl Sophomores EF ' JOHN ROSEMAN MARSHALL JAMES MADDEN SKINNER HQ GD RAYMOND ALEXANDER ORPUT AROHIE ABER STRANE QD qi VIVION NATHANIEL REHNQUIST WENDELL WAYNE WALLACE H 9 Q A f I A Fivc Hundred Ten r I I I W v V Y ' -' r is EP LY 2 T' in - W V ' 'v 'T "'Y7v' ' V 1591. I A 1 -V --T'T.,,kT...'v ,M A- AL, A v' -' ,, r ' -,K--GR'-,tr , ,ww-qv., v - - 4 .L ' S. f ' ,. ru oT1.1Q1QQQ Hugo .fl -.. W XYZ ,E .E U9 k J, I E5 W4 H4 ' 12 S1 fi 5? J if R 4 , I I I I A Eu if! QA L 1 4 I I 11 1: 4 In 12 CII? THF W Q rm fig W W .E IE V! 'Pi fi? iii, IA - an 'I I' l I I 4 I I la fl Qi sch "1 U W 'IQ , mg r QQ! my 'H YI :Z U I,,'I Yrrv 1 Top 160111-ALI.MAN, IKICGGS, IIINITS, IIENSDN, IIEIIWIG, XVOOIY, CARLSON, IKHIlNQUIH'l', CAIIILL, IIUSSIC. gli w SC'COTId If0ll7-VAI,I'IN'I'INI'I, NICLSUN, CUUI'liIl, IIOIII.A ND, ROBINSON, EASTIVIAN, SCII IVI'II'I'ZIiIl. ICIIIQII I., IiIII'ISI'II'f. H 4 BOHOIIL If0'lU-IIIIAIIIICXI STRANI' SI'INNI'R 0IlI'l'l', IIICIIN H I'l'l' MAIIWIIAI I XYAI I ACI' i E - - ' I l"i1w' lllmrizwi IfIf'l7l'7I Ii-I 'jj A:-ff ---I -' f' 32-1-P' rf 1. ' fi:-if "'iNlw-'-2 f' ' "fb gimgghlg,-,,agQZ'Sa2JAf.'fiHT 4ESCD.,mi'e'1CfZ59FeE:.'1f.Q!U.'vAdn.T..,Aqiagp..-gms-i259.Qj1QL ,W A 7' 7" I "a'1""!'.i""' ' 'Y W' v 'I' I 'A "!"f9F' -'aff' ' Q .,g,-awe -. . - . . im oTL.1E1Q2QILL1Oe -1'l:5V9'-x. . - . .- A.,-QQSQQQ 3 I I Q Els r' ALPHA CHI SIGMA ki PROFESSIONAL CHEMICAL FRATERNITY W ' Founded at University of Wisconslbz 1902 ' :X Thirty-One Active Chapters f' I Established at Illinois 1908 I ' rg in 1 P' V' 2.4 , 11 ' "3 1234. , 4 h '52 W I J T WP MEMBERS IN FACULTY ' V 1 ' ' ROGER ADAMS, Ph.D. HARRY B. LEWIS, Ph.D. ' ' ZS GEORGE D. BEAL, Ph.D. CARL S. MARVEL,'Ph.D. gg CI-IAUNOEY A. BENNETT OLIVER R. OVERMAN, Ph.D. .Q 69 SILAS A. BRALEY, Ph.D. JOHN H. REEDY, Ph.D. Q ,J ARTHUR M. BUSWELL, Ph.D. WARREN A. RUTH, Ph.D. M J. GERHARD DIETRICKSON, Ph.D. FRED W. TANNER., Ph.D. '- Bf. SMITH HOPKINS, Ph.D. ALBERT L. WHITING, Ph.D. K I I I ,Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Q Graduates Q OTIS A. BARNES RUSSEL L. JENKINS P MAX S. DUNN JOHN R. JOHNSON ga 1 GAIL P. EDWARDS CARL C. LARSON Q JOHN A. GUNTON . RUDOLPH S. NELSON F THOMAS A. HAMILTON CHARLES H. PEET I OTTO E. HUNTLEY THOMAS A. WILSON 4 I ' ARTHUR W. INGERSOLL HARRY F. YANCEY I 4 LEONARD F. YNTEMA 4 L 3 Seniors Ll gs? DEWEY S. ALBERTS JOHN B. HOFFMAN Egg 5,1 AMBROSE A. ARNOLD EUGENE S. HUFFMAN P.-F X, JOHN B. BAKER RAYMOND C. KILLEFER ,ft f C. ARTHUR ELDEN CLARENCE B. LOVELL . I HERMAN C. N. HEOKEL . EDWIN H. WEBSTER 1 f ' Juniors X, , GEORGE M. CARVLIN IRVING B. MORGAN . 5 CLARENCE F. CROSSLEY MELVIN E. RUDD is RUPERT S. DANIELS ARTHUR W. SLOAN Z1 ,W VIRGIL K. HALDEMAN MYRON A. SNELL ,Q4 NORMAN S. HANSEN WILLIAM A. WILLIS 515 - Sophomores W qi ROBERT M. CORBIN THOMAS L. 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IZ PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL FRATERNITY FQ Fownded at University of Illinois 1914 N Four Active Chafpters A ' A A R -V U X 1 I N 14 K' 'Q 5? v ' V I F I 'I I fs f, i 1 ' ' L g.. ' . 4 NAV : h i 1 1 r I F1 E 42 Q2 inf' WP Z9 ATHEMIOS CHAPTER .J QQ MEMBERS IN FACULTY Q 'vi L. H. PROVINE, B.S. REXI-'ORD NEwcOMD, M.A. 5 5 K X R. S. FANNING, B.S. T. E. O'DONNELL, B.S. KY ,Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY gg Graduate gg P LLOYD LUGIUs HUNTINGTON 1 4 . J 4 . Seniors. W WILLIAM-,EDWARD HALLAUERN HARRY BIRD TOUR U HURLBERT CRAIG CHEEVER VALENTINE HUNT 4 I WILLARD ,AYERS SNYDER HAROLD LESLIE PARR I V I WILLIAM STRUDWIOK ARRASMITH GEORGE ARION WHITTEN 4 , CARL JULINE - CHARLES REUEL SUTTON T- . 1 gg? 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W MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W vp VN Graduate P ARTHUR WILLIAM INGERsoL gf 4 nl H Seniors F , EVERETT LoUIE JOHNSON EzRA GEoRGE THIEM , l I EARNEST RUBEN MOEERG WALTER CHAMP HELPER I , HARVEY EDGAR BREWBAKER CHLORUS WILLIAM CRICKMAN I CHARLES EARNEST YALEK GEORGE EUGENE MIDELETON 1 I ' MILTON WILLARD WARREN WILLIAM CLAYTON HowE L1 ,J EMIL PHILIP ZEIDERs PAUL KILBRIDE JUsTUs ,f, go? HARRY WILLIAM KLAMSER .EDWIN BAY S95 .H ' I ' Juniors ' 'f s ' RALPH E. AMMoN I CECIL ELMERVCATES I 4WARREN- HOEE JOHNSON HERBERT ANDREW BERG N , A Sophomores I K. Ig ROSCOE WILLIAM B. COULTER GEORGE DAVIS COFFEY ly IS DWIGHT CURTIS MUMFORD Roscom LELAND HowE 31 ROWLAND FANCHER CLARK WALTER DWIGHT ASHBAUGH mg LA Hi as Freshmen 'M qi HALIJEAN WARREN SCHICKEDANZ FRED WILLARD MooRE I Il I I ' ' 4 'Ax Five Hundred Sixteen 'A , ', I v I Eabzvfgsns-g,f.R3E:Q1a?,:1Ra'U A a'E:e1.'?iEIQ15EfT"ic-EIIEzeEI E:E-A:4..L4a.wI1CE?2 51115 i6QQ Imgl S ooo ooo T mf o 1 1 M 28 W W L 1 2 V Y 4 In 3 E! H -W o 3? rn gg? Q9 fi? SZ A V! V V 5 rid ' 5-21 L X as 3 F E 1 F E fi E' SF? S75 W 'f f V4 W Y' 'f 1 '-4 T:-g Top Row-COFPEY, AMMON, CLARK, mano, Mumronn, Asnmxucn, GATES, Moons. ffl Second Row-n. HOWE, zmmzns JUs'rus, c. nown, coum-rm lun' xncufmz SCIIICKENDANZ, W.JOIINSON. Bottom Row-'mmM, unrw A rn, Momma, mcr' 1. .muNsoN vfxu' cmc MAN, WARREN, 1cLAMsEn,, Z1 ,Ili IMIDDLETON. k . A 52 qi i l mm W 1, ,5 Five Hundred Seventeen j , 1 VA1 1 C . f A - - N -Q-- Q -' f ' A- vrgegll' -xxnggtggg Y' !'S T WM4,-:.fAn?pLm-.-L.: o- .Q rl' I '-3 - -4iQl'QY"'r'2? Y YM V A ' i' 'U 4 "'v"4r' vf ' I.I,4- Yd .f . si . . SL' oT1.11Q,192Q ILLIQQ .rl . . - , --.EA . I. I2 SI iE ll GAMMA ALPHA Q GRADUATE SCIENTIFIC FRATERNITY S1 -H Founded at Cornell University 189.9 A Eleven Active Chapters ,4 I A U I I I I1 -4 L- I H I rl I I 1 I .., . S, , ., ., . . 6 ' HLIIAHINQDDILSS CHAPTER! ' J Established at Illinois 1908 Q Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY f IGI' f El? Graduates A 5 H A. ELLISON S. R. HALL L if . B. URNETT A. H. HERSH ' A. A. CRISTMAN A. W. INGERSOLL IM G. H. COLEMAN J. R. .JOHNSON W V. S. DAY W. K. KAMMLADE ab Ilgmccs A. R KIENHOLZ V . . UNN W. D. LANGLEY V 1'-' G. P. EDWARDS C. C. LARSON - W. H. GRIFFITH P. A. LEHENBAUER Y R I I I if W iv E41 V514 'I Y' I 4 I I I 1 ' l 1.1 ef. sf? fi 13' li I I Y pf '-1 . H K. Ig ,SS iii E N ' ' Top R010--LAIISON, IIERSII. IIURNETT, GRIFFITH, KIIQNHOLZ. 'N' QD Second RON!-DUNN, l.ANm.EY. COLEMAN, .IolINsoN, ICINVARDS, CIIRISTMAN. U 1 Bottom RON!-DRIGGS, IWHIRSOLI., ALLISON KAMMLADFI, lI'HlNIiAl H! ' ' M . lp K V I"i1w Hundred Eighteen V1 ' I A ld.--ww wg-3 iv -r - ,H . no ' .v v - ar, f - w----'yi' f'Y"7l?4 .fzaaifmgiwg-.H , fu, . fqqgabtyj,-".s --417 ' C " Y: ' 'Y - - -.,?x'!..,5,f,., . . .WY - QQ-wwf J "-W"'i'5"r'-1"'- - - - A UTI-1l3.1922ILL1O0 Qfgffvx- - . -- A-Aww X. -Q? , . gi? QQ SCABBARD AND BLADE Q HONORARY MILITARY SOCIETY Sl ,U Founded at University of Wisconsin 1904, ,X Seventeen Companies, Three Posts A L. Established at Illinois 1909 A I ll M W I I 5 1 1 . ul In FA A IE 91 A A A gag Top R010-KUMLER, JENNETT, YEAGER, AncHEoLn, MORGAN, nENNoE, MERz, HENLEY. E4 Second R010-MCNEILL, GABRIELSON, VREELAND, SMEJKAL, PALMER, WILDEMAN, Mc KNIGHT, OOTTINGHAM, E4 GULLEY. ' ' Third Row-cnms, WERRE, EARTLTNG, MILLIKEN, ARMSTRONG, Juruc, cATToN, WHITE, EuLLoc1c, VAUGIIN. ' K I F0lL7'th. R010-EDWARDS, ROTRAMEL, JENKINS, BRYA, TOBIAS, TOLMAN, CROSBY, GUENTIIER, YEAGER, RASMUSSEN L MMI . . . ' Bottom Row-I:'rR1vP?EAL1cENnEnG, MITCHELL, GREENE, HARLIN. M H bg MEMBERS TN FACULTY . +5.14 T. S. HAMILTON, B.S. ADOLPH THAL, B.S. 4 MEMBERS SN-UNIVERSITY A 8TL10'I'S H' - H. H. ARCHBOLD L. M. Foss J. M. MITCHELL F , T. H. ARMSTRONG H. S. GREEN A. B. PALMER A x J. H. Buss S. C. GREENE H. E. RASMUSSEN I 4 A. H. BODENSCHATZ L. H. GUENTHER R. ROTRAMEL T F. E. BRYA H. A. GULLEY R SMEJKAL I ' p ' M. D. CAT-TON T. E. HENLEY 0. E. SMITH Ll .J P. B. COTTINGHAM CARTER JENKINS FRANK ToR1As p, 10? G. M. CROSBY H. P. JENNETT R. G. TOLMAN fi 'H M. D. DowNs J. M. KUMLER F. N. VAUGHAN 7 H M. D. DURHAM J. G. LUMMIS AMOS WATTS 'll' T. W EDWARDS W. B. MILLIKICN L. N. WHITE A , L. H. YEAGER w w Juniors I A E. P. BARTLING C. W. MCKNIGIIT H. K. VREELAND Q' gg B. W. BULLOCK R. A. MERZ L. E. WERRE B is G. V. FALKENBERG I. B. MORGAN H. H. WILDEMAN gl gg A. G. GR1Es E. J. RENNOE H. C. YEAGER EQ A. M. HARLIN D. A. TRIPP Q5 ' Sophomores QQ q F. A. GABRIELSON J. R. MCNEILL J. P. JURIC rp 'D ' i Five Humlrvd Nineteen 7- Q l, - ' A -.v f ,- - A ligafif- - Qxu. ,Ll , '- -wQ .?F if ' f' VXA wgggisag..-3s.19A.4'.fs'l9iwaI a'Zb3.,gslCQ Q..iesImias-.,..,,.f..f?:A........GZi2 Qgyzsszaeaa-i':As r31fI 55131929 Img.. 5. .E SCARAB 1Z PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL FRATERNITY S3 Founded at the University of Illinois 1909, I A Five Active Chapters L V N A R KARNAK TEMPLE CHAPTER ' 'A M r 1 4 F , W r 1 1 7 Y 4 In L 4 fs? 55 H an rv gig E5 E Toyz R010-TURNER, CHANITLER, TAURERT. , Second Ifozv-WETIIERELL, RERNERS, SPICER, ARNOLD, NELSON, Hunnmr Y' W Thirrl How-MARQUIS, FIELD, WALSII, VALENTINE, JOHNSON, NELSON DARR A I 5 . Bottom R010-CASSIIIY, MARX, REIS, MC DONALD, IKUTLER, MUHS, ROB! R'1S SI ANCLI R I 4 I l MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. H. PROVINE J. BURGESS kg J. M. WHITE C. MCANLIS gk Lg I. L. PETERSON C. PALMER D1 L. C. DILLENBACK C. HILL H L I I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I 1 LI , Seniors I 1 IJ D. M. ARNOLD E. WALSH L ,L E. H. BERNERS G. CASSIDY 59 59: J. B. BUTLER L. REIS ff wg D. A. MARQUIS E. ROBERTS ,f 1 i E. J. MCDONALD R. SPANGLER 1 E. W. MARX E. WETHERELL I E. A. MUHS M. D. DOWNS J r iID. NELSON XJAUGHN "1 . E. FIELD . OHNSON IH K' FZ Juniors ks G. A. CHANDLER E. HUBBELL ,J O. M. BARR J. TURNER fig P2 E. VALENTINE C. A. TAUBERT gg JOE NELSON S. H. WALLACE Qb -31 R. F. SPIOER al A A k Q Five Ilundrvd Twenty r 'i ' ' A "7 - - S if - -.v - f - .L '-J. .5 1. -331-23 - - '-T :' .c:IL'Q.,.,iEICfQE..f..c3!.': ma:-...,4,,.f..A:A....L... .QD .Egg i622 ILLIQQ A EIS UNIVERSITY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS' SGCIETY Founded at University of Illinois 1913, ke Four Active Chapters EI J ii x ,I i ij R. R. ROUT CHAPTER .,4 5. , . V, Q FI L I 1 2 I E In Ei 'Fi K! gl 'fl I ff? SI RN Top Raw-TURNER, MCUEHEE, PULVER. E Q ' Bottom R010-SCHAFFER, DOWNS, .1o11NsoN, HILL, PETERSON. F , I l 5 1 Ig, 5' LO? S2 .1 'T MEMBERS IN FACULTY 'ii r JOSEPH CULLEN BLAIR, M.S. IRVING L. PETERSON N ,, HERMAN BERNARD DORNER, M.S. OTTO G. SCHAFEER, B.S. N, CHAUNCEY STEVENS HILL, B.S. R 'Il K' F5 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 53, , Seniors E' M. D. DOWNS E. L. PULVER gg Q6 R. N. JOHNSON J. M. TURNER Mb gl W. MCGEHEE I U W lp L I Five llumlrcrl Twenty one I Ks' i ' VNV- ' ' W ' "A' . .- . - - I qv - w 'T ,. v' T ' T' ' -.: 540' jf ,A KYLE- - Ewfsliprff. ' ' I QK2.mSk!SF,,5w'??Zf.s?1.9Aa'fiDi3', .Qi'ZDimiElGQEf.6-'.C33i Z5H-SzQ,h.,f..92s,f.6245B.QIi2 A ' If T" B save-X Twr"RJ-'e1xw.."T ' ..q?.,.A,- ,SLE ATHQ IQQQ Hugo Q. - . .-.fa I. :QE I I IOTA SIGMA PI Ig Founded at University of Californikn 1900 SI .N Ten Active Clzapters ,X Established at Illinois 1.918 ,4 I i i A J- M 55 T 52 1: lu r 1 I 7 H f 1 v I I 4 In F2 F cf-Us " F54 L14 P S ld H rn Q ii? C2 W IU ,Q Top Row-JUNKIN, IIEITII, IIATEIELO, SIIENOER, ROOT, LOUGEE, MARLOWE, IIALL, PARR, wi-IITNAH, HEREIN, E , BA TOXV. I W BOHONI R010-IEEEBY, SHFPIIFRD BUCK BARLFY, IIROXVN, LUMLEY, MURIUSON, LEICHSENRING, STEKNERT, ?'? CREMEANS, BELL Em MEMBERS IN FACULTY F- 1 DORTI-IA BAILEY ROSALIE PARR F A DELEA JUNKIN MARGARET PERRY 4 M. ELEN KEITH EMMA WARDELL 4 I LETHE E. MORRISON MARGARET HATFIELD I li MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY L' 1 ' f'! 5? Giuduates ST' rx. VIRGINIA BARTOW LOLA CREMEANS nfl MARY B'ELL ADA HALL 1 JEANETTE BUSEY JANE LEICHSENRING N ' CHARLOTTE BROWN MARIAN LOUGEE X' MIRIAM BUCK LUCIE ROOT ,H JEAN SHEPHERD H. YZ Seniors M 11 Z! E LOIS BEEBY DOROTHY LUMLEY ,434 EMILY BENNETT WILMA MARLOWE LIN BEULAH HAMPSON GRACE SPENCER 653 Q5 JEAN HERRIN I'IILDUR STEINERT db qi ROBERTA WHITNAH U U r N fb Fivv Hundred Twvn ty-t wo '- If ' ', . ' ' ' -.- - r - Wfgw flax? f' ' -iisi, , f F i' f " 1 cfi7I.,L .,A.1sf. mRa'.1 I'Q:..QIc1fEE,..i.G3:GzaEIE.: ,4.Q:m.E I I 1.625 v 1 ...v T' 'O' ' f Y-ig1v'wT:' ' Tl' "I A - ' ' 's - v - -4r'v - a Yr' f 'iiiilivi QQ? - -4' A I 'LS GTI-121922 ILLIO0 -'I - - - . -- -A-A I 1- -Q22 I ' P M II? I I ,QE OMEGA BETA PI ,LQ PROFESSIONAL PRE-MEDICAL FRATERNITY Ig Founded at University of Illinois 1914 sl Qi , .u px 4...L,H.. A K , 3. N E ,4 1 ' If' I if X Q1 JA L- W: 22 1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY V' I Y J. H. BEARD, A.M., Ph.D. J. S. KINGSLEY, Sc.D. , 4 I W. E. BURGE, A.M., Ph.D. H. B. LEWIS, Ph.D. 3 I , R. D. GLASGOW, Ph.D. H. J. VAN CLEAVE, Ph.D. l V I J. W. FOLSOM, D.Sc. ' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 4 Seniors h g W. P. BLOUNT S. S. GARRETT gg 'IE G. F. COURTNEY J. B. MASON 551 I Juniors R. C. CORLEY SEYMOUR LEE gk W J. W. HOTZ R. B1 ROBERTSON w 5 4 F. H. TURNER H S0fIll,0'l7LO7'6S ' ' R. C. ARMSTRONG ROBERT EDWARDS ' ' fm HUSTON BANTON C. N. FURNESS QI .J L. C. BOEMER C. E. GATES at F4 R. E. BOND G. C. HODGES PN 69 CHARLES BRUNKOW RICHARD INMAN 9 ff MORGAN 'BUFORD D. J. LADD , H. J. COLLINS R. M. LEDI-'ORD I i F. A. DICKS T. J. MOHR NW H rj ' R N I' I I 4 I A I 1 ' I 1 I-4 sf? Fl hu If I yf 'I w 'H K' if 5 ,231 5-nl :Ia 1 Top R010-LEDFORD, BANTON, RORERTSON, INMAN, OOLLINS, BOND. I I q Second ROW-DOUGLAS, LADD, LEE, rmumcow, DOEIIMER. k . Third Row-ARMSTRONG, EDWARDS, IIOTZ, IIUEORD, GATES, DIOKS. f - 'M Bottom Row-CORLEY, GARRETT, MASON, DLOUNT, TURNER, MOIIR, COURTNEY. 'M 7 1 Five Hu'ndrr'd Tlrcnty-Llwee 7' 1 "N, -5 - iv- r r - I W I .- - iilgc- f - w - ' '-f, i' fwv ' fb ,QQ . . -.!fA."5.' S"fi'lDi5..'6Z52Dm-3?I6Q Q2Bi6WlwI 52,E44Q9.QQ 54353 A .,,A..l:f. f:lEa: fe,:,.,i'E1Cn39.LE,..iEA1 imaf-f.:.1Lzf.:AA,..4.g.z6: E' 711 T-Y A 'I I l' W' "'!"" """"Y ' Q23 . ,.f?.,.. L . SLI OTHE1922 ILLIQQ Aigvwvx, . -.TL.?a.'LfsISlx!1QQ 1 I I I ,ls I OMICRON NU lg HONORARY 'HOME ECONOMICS FRATERNITY sl Ay Founded at Michigan Agricultural College 1912 5 Thirteen Active Chapters ' E EESHLDN CHAPTER A I A Established at Illinois 1914 I U All ll 54: J' Ps we l 1 1 v w 4 In U E! IF WP ll ll div ' 52? W WI .. RE E! . Top R010-LEICIISENRING, CREMEANS, MORRISON. gf! Bottom R010-IIATFIELD, BEEBY, Hour, nEEs, ANnEnsoN. QQ Bi if KN - FA ' I MEMBERS IN FACULTY I ' by - ISABEL BEVIER ADA HUNT ' 1 fi ELICE EDWARDS ELOREECE CHURTON in o- MMA WARDELL ITA ANE 'or 71 HELEN MCCULLOUGH FANNY Bnooxs V If HESTER ALLYN CARLOTTA Form If I I MATE GIDDINGS , r F rx MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY A-1 ' H Graduates K' ,zz LETHE E. MORISON LoLA CREMEANS lv S JANE LEICHSENRING MARGARET HA1-FIELD Q f:1 Seniors 52 ELIZABETH ANDERSON EMILY BENNETT 'Sf db Lois BEEBY NELLIE HOLT Q Q' OLIVE REES W . KAY . Five Hundred Twenty-four - If ' ' 16 66,12 five' N111 vw- A-5 ,f s K V A f' " "P""": ' 'Yl'l1"' "'W" W TQ- Avg i W "E-' 'Q ' v-P-4r" 1 ' .az-inn... N Yf' A www-if . 433121 A ff A PM DTI-121922 ILLIO0 -ff A - - A- 2- A -.1 5. ,E SIGMA DELTA PI-IH gi p'T'4 I." IZ HONORARY PUBLIC SPEAKING SOCIETY Q FQ Founded at University of Mibhigan 1918, Eight Active Chapters 4 K I A i '2 DELTA CHAPTER 'EI 592 Established at Illinois 1920 25 Ii A Ae in V 1 , 1 1 I I Y I 4 In if '56 W 35 fp IAQ Q? 'Q . ., I I 37, . if vi iv I5 Sz, ii FA 5 Top Rom--WINE, sAI'I-'0Im, wEI.cII, 1'AnsoNs. 4 I 1 Second R070--MRS. l'lH:2lll.Id, I'RI'l'ClIARh, SCIIAD, PHNNINGTON, NVOODS. I I X Bottom R020-SEATOIN 'IUIINLII conrx JUINGI I E2 pq MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY if rx' Seniors lf' ,f HELEN COREY GLADYS PENNINGTON A ,I BLANCHE SHIRLEY MILDRED WELCH I, MERLE TURNER IRENE SEATON 'H ANNITA Woons OLIVIA SCHAD K- DOROTHY PREBLE Juniors MARY PARSONS FRANCES WINE w IRENE JUNGK TIERA FARROW ag JUSTINE PRITCHARD 1 g Five Ilwndrcd Twenty-jlvo 'Ai r I ' 1 A A gLgQ.g.'z24zg,?1avf,,f5n'S"1 51119 Egg ILLIQQ gg GAMMA PI ALPHA Founded at University of Illinois 1920 Q fi F. px A L J , ai 'A A, R2 Rf Q A A YI 9 , H 1 I 1 ' 4 In ll al F93 83 59 5 I 1 V IYI , Top ROW-BURT, vAN DEVENTER- - A Second R01010KEY, PORTER, SAMUEL, Mc ADAMS. ,Q Bottom Raw-HOPPING, SEARS, PHILLIPS, MARQUEDANT BARNES LQ L45 '1 A E q I' K 4 1 I 1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY I 4 Q A MAY ELIZABETH MCADAMS HARRIET M. PHILLIPS L' 1' . 559 ff? MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY if' I ,xv Graduate' r HELEN VANINWEGEN Seniors X' . A ISABEL MARQUEDANT RUTH HOPPING - W .EOROTIESJA SAMUEL 'IESTHER ELgABETH BARNES I -1 ARY KEY OSEPHINE URT BARBARA PORTER M Juniors sbs RUTH MARLOW VANDEVENTER MARGARET DENTON SEARS Q Five Ilundrcd Twenty-sim lb ' 1 7 1 A-A ' ' ' -r -A 1 -,E I -5 ' 5, , NQEQ.-.QF Y, f "1 QIQQEGKQMQTMW..ess:i'Z5z.3Iw .Q3:es9:eEsmA.,..,Af..A:E.-4.L4m.61?Q , ' "'v-"'-fiqyrtyj,-P' "Q7 A " Avy' V A S V'l' "'4NT+1Vf'5Y,Pi' QQ 1 ...fgzf-'QP-Is..,..- , - . . bg! oTHE1Q2QILL1Oa .duiffv-X. . - , -.. RL... SZ QS ESU KLUX EQLAN .H Q Founded at University of Illinois 1908, in Two Active Chapters T IIILILJIINTIC CHAPTER L 592 b . 'Y I 1 Y 4 22 l 1 R23 'GE9' ' 5:4 M db he 'N 433 Top Row-w1l.c0x, mm, Holman, THOMPSON, Sowmns, COOLEY. fx S!!C07ld R01lI-EVANS, FHEDPRICKSON, BASS, PYKE, RUIIL, MC GINNIS, HAMMERSTEIN, SMITHERS Q B0tt0Hl R010-BELNAP, SUTIIERLAND, IIAIINE, GREEN, MAC DONALD, NVETTERGREN, MALLERS. K I ' ' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W . Delta Tan Delta Phi Kappa Psi WILSON C. SMITHERS PERKINS B. BASS, JR. Si ma Clii ' Hi g OHN B FREDRICKSON Delta Kappa Epsilon 4 ' ' HERBERT A. RUHL Q 4 Kappa Sigma . ka P1 ' QLBERT HAMMERSTEIN Delfffgogiffgog PYKE x ' Lu Rcggmlilfl. ififffmf- Thetlal Delgta gms WE l A Phi Delta Theta ERBM ' 0 RS fa JAMES W. MACDONALD Alplm Sigma Phi ,bg Alpha Tau Omega DONALD C. MCGINNIS YH WESLEY K. WETTERGREN Zeta Psi hu Phi Gamma Delta HENRY M. Wrwox l DONALD M' ERB Phi Sigma Kappa ' , Sigma Alpa Epsilon W, BURR SUTHERLAND MARION F. COOLEY P . U -I . si psi on 'Q Bet'307X1Igt'iPGREEN HENRY H. EVANS H - ' Z 1 D in Pl' Qs Sigma Nu, A pm 6' W H EDWARD B. MALLERS LU S- HOLLER Lab? Cla Psi Cla Vghi F H ' JOHN R. THOMPSON ILLIAM . AHNE qi Five llundrcd Twenty-seven r '1 ' ' A. A SA - - R-.11 -: 1 SilL5-..v-'. A QQ, X pi ' A. 5. 1 5 Q ' w -v--v---qqgavgyf "" I' 1 YP A-' Y 'Y Y T '--mgg-qrsyyi-f-v-4r' Y 'Y .L i H H ' . QED 1-2 A we-1 UTI-121922 ILLIO0 I1 A A 2- It Q Rl Si A it SKULL .AND CRESCENT W IZ Founded at University of Wisconsin 1907 sl 2 Four Active Chapters 33 Established at Illinois 1917 A A R I E J Ii M 142 n Y 1 ' . N 1 I i 2 4 In I I Top Row-IIIUELLER, SMITH, AOAMS, BOXVEN. , U 1 Second R010-XVOLFRAM, NONOTXY, HENRY, HUMPHREY, IIOUTON, GODFRIED, VIOLETTE, PINKEL, GARTII. 4 ' - Third Row-ScO'r'r :uc LAIN norm, OOLLIER, MURRAY, NVELLS, IIOSHRLL OEE, MAC nERMo1'1'. ' ' Bottom R01U+TUI'I:IY, CLFARY IIALQUIST, RYAN, ANDERSON, DR. FOLSOWI, WVELSH, SAVVYER, ROSAIRE CNINNILL gk Honorary Member Q9 J. W. FOLSOM Q3 B14 'yy W MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W . Acacia Delta Tau Delta Phi Sigma Kappa - 1 H. G. WOLI-'RAN G. FLEMMING J. ADAMS N W L. A. PINKEL R. E. FORESMAN W. M. MUELLER W X J . VE' Alpha Sigma Phi Delta Kappa Epsilon Kappa Sigma' R. J. STUART L. E. Mom: A- T- HALQUIST H B. F. OAKS E. P. SHOUP D' G' SMITH Q Alpha Delta Phi Phi Gamma Delta Signal: IEPGREEN P T. F. COLLIER V. W. HENRY D' I5 'WUNDERLICH I C. W. BOWEN J. W. SAWYER . ' ' . ' I . Sigma Alpha Epsilon I 1 Alpha Tail Omega Phi Delta Theta D- W- HOOTON I L T. T. GARTH R. P. CORTES R. B. VIOLETTE I 1 i C. C. ROSAIRE J. D. FULLER Sigma Nu L gay Beta Theta Pi Phi Kappa Sigma 532' -1 E. C. TUKEY S. W. RYAN S. C, . P nr E. O. BOSHELL R. H. MURRAY WW? CZEORY 'H ' Chi Phi phi Kappa psi E. S. WELLS N I A. L. NOVOTNY J. GODFREY Tau Kappa Epsilon .1 Y D. S. WILSON P. T. ANDERSON M. ROHE . . C. GHEE - 'A Cl P P 'U 'l . Us S2 M lA. SINDEN sz A?Sg.mf'IUMPHREYS Tlwtg. gelta Cm E I. T. WRINKER R. SCOTT H: Aolfizifg V Delta Upsilon Phi Kappa Zeta Psi ab? T. MCCANN F. MCDERMOTT G. HUSTED at P. C. SWEET C. S. CADWELL W. F. YOUNG A ' A Q Five Hundrcrl Twenty-eight :Ai '1' . . - ."N ri' """"' "' --2 2' ' If Q ' "3-3.-?"iQll"25R 'rifle Q1 W I LL,,.,:Q:f l9E?.Q2iIifQi.-.J'i'Lf.D1CfDE.-f'T":.QBic5B'IfA-ins.,A.A.f..9:E.',-QAHQRQ T j"f':"-iq!l6lYQ9-'S' "QQ Tp :z- A' I ' M 1- ---Q-.,1qg'syyi---f-'-r-f - QQ- 1 -wffl A - - I PM UTI-121922 ILLIOO -"35"f"'N' - - A --EIA A wi? gi WZ ng PE I I SI-II:-AI ig INTER-SORORITY SOCIAL ORGANIZATION SI .Y Founded at University of Illinois 1920 X . A Two Active Chapters A I 1 i A I I I l If K4 A L vs A 69: Ra F 74 I I I I I Y W '35 fin' M Top ROIUil!IlAIDT, DAVIS, NVILSON, LOSEE, DITTMAN, GILLAN, HUNTER, FOSTER. , - SCC07ld R010-NICIIOLS, IIOHERTSON, IIFIDGE, IIARLAND, COOLPIY, STRAIGHT, FERA, STUIIBS, JORDAN, IIOLT. . h P41 Third Row-IIOLTEIVIAN, F. IIOI-'I-'IvIAN, AMSIIARY, YANIIOREN, TnIcAInvEI.I., Colm, MEYER, GAY, IIILE. 6 BOH0'lll R010-IHIONVN, NILSON, NYINIC, J. IIOFFMAN, PARSONS, KII!lil'A'1'RICK, SAMMOS, WILLIAMS, KEMP, XVHITE. if 5:4 k x MEMBERS KY! 'E' Seniors gp ADDIE AMSBARY CLARA DUNSETH ij HARRIET FERA LITA STRAIGHT Q6 BETH HOLT ESTHER VAN DOREN ggi ANNE COOLEY MAYME HOFFMAN Q3 E4 MARGARET HEDGE PAULINE NICHOLS N ISABELLE LOSEE LOIS WILSON F CHRISTINE STUBBS I I Juniors I A L ANNE NILSON ANNA WILLIAMS I A KAY KEMP LENORE SCOTT V I J LUCILE KILE MARY PARSONS L1 I. JEANNE WHITE WILDA FOSTER 5, 9? DOROTHY RIPLEY LETTY GAY up 'W MILDRED GILLON HELEN HARLAND fir U ' ELSIE KIRKPATRICK BERYL DAVIS HELEN BEACI-I ANITA VANDERWORT I INA HOLTERMAN FRANCIS WINE I V A FRANCES DITMAN LORAINE SAMONS I., ELSIE GAYER JOSEPHINE HOFFMAN -5 Sophomores TS MARGARET COBB JOSEPHINE PIGALL ZI IG, LAURA TREADWELL FERN WAGNER Q51 Lia ELIZABETH BRADT ELIZABETH BROWN Iii if LAURA ROBERTSON MARY JORDAN 'SIP HELEN MEYER MADELINE WICKERSHAM Q 9 ESTHER HUNTER FRANCES HOFFMAN rm 'AI 5 X Five Humlrzed Twenty-nina 7 ' IL! FQ- - A -a.-- --' - ' -W . Kg .AIIF -' ' -QL ,gt 'F !'Si' 7"'1?-I 5Z1I,gSmae-.,1.:.,'ES.dggnv'.:izas.s:sI2S:,.Q'9IQw SHanan.:-.,,f..?,,A,,,,m:..I.Qin f 1 E ,?!'9""'jai1g,."""f'! 'rf 1 D ' I I - A -W .' A R'-'-fr ' - A ff'-A-A A - - A Pl-4 DTI-121922 ILLIO fl-V2-'Wf-'X' A --IRPLENJ W W :gg ADELPHEC LETERARY' SOCIETY 5.3 Founded at University of Illinois 1867 fi F' 'X ' A L J , . 1 . k' rg 28 s 1 ig ' I f J . 9 I , 4 h Y? N! Id r I fi HA W . I O B PhD MEMBERS IN FACULTY 0 A B MS M RA . AKER, . . , . . ARNES, . . . C. M. THOMPSON, Ph.D. V W. W. YAPP, M.S. 4 W LORADO TAFT C. C. HERMANN ,M MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY If I Graduates FR T. II. ARMSTRONG V. W. NIEHAUSE I M. J. PIERCE " KV Seniors KU - A. A. ARNOLD E. B. HEWES H C. R. BANCKSTON M. KRAMER in Q J. H. BLISS F. M. KENDALL pg D. L. BRACKEN G. L. N. MEYERS ig D. E. BEAN J. F. MARTINO Q11 F. M. COOPER A. G. MATTHEWS Ei A. W. CRAVER R. P. SHONKWILER .1 J. T. FINNEY M. H. SMITH F H. S. GREEN S. E. TowNsEND I F. O. GOODWILL E. G. THIEM T I O. GRESSENS R. G. TOLMAN I 1 l D. A. WOLFF ' ' Juniors . i ,J W. D. BOUTWELL D. F. LAFUZE L. go? L. BURK R. S. LLEWELLYN ak!! 1-1 F. M. CONDIT E. LEONARD ff' ,Q O. L. Donn H. T. MCMURRAY ,f4 16. DANGREMOND P. M. MITCHELL H I . 1. KBLAW G. H. PARKER 'I M. H. EDWARDS R. L. POLLARD x' ' EISHER V. RAINES ' . . . . T . H L. M. KQEZEY H XSIPIWALKER H In . - B J C Soplzomores A M L - Z. M OHN ANNON . . ETTIE ,,.,4 RALPH HERZOG H. R. MATHIAS lil? H. H. KAISER C. W. THOMPSON EW! ga F. TRAUT , ? Fivr' ll1mrlrrrl Thirty 'Ax Zi rr iEz.'Sn:J1'Q"SP1cfDE,wSz:eszmies:sv-,'-zR:?1S41.nzD1C6E ' 1" 'iF.' - . J ' D J ...'S.El'69v-1W. .+ D'-'-"I f Ql?YMPf"'Nff2'if PM DTI-LE1922 ILLIOO -Q' - - A- 2ffP G2 ii W M .. . .E I PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY lg ORGANIZED POR THE PURPOSE OF STIMULATING AN INTEREST IN DEBATE, ORATORY, AND Sl .H LITERARY WORK, AND T0 ATTAIN PROEICIENCY IN EACH A Founded at Univesity of Illinois 1868 A R I A I - 3 yi I4 :Qi u 1 4 V I . 1 1 . 7 Y B? if .45 RUN U U be ., an yy . gg . . Top R010-ASMUS, ROSENQUIST, H. P. HAYES, ROGGE, PEARSON, TISCIINER, SPEAKMAN. ' . . P11 Second Row-NUESHLE, wILL, nvonAK, PRESTON, MERZ, HUTCHINS, BURGE. P11 Q9 Third 160117--T. I-'. ENGLISH, ZEIMER, Mc MANUS, R. c. HAYES, SWANSON, H. E. WESSMAN, NVIEIISTICII, swrrznn. QD 54 Bottom ROTIIT-THOMPSON, MANNY, W. J. WESSMAN, EATON, PELTZ, HEINRICHS, TAYLOR, ADAMS, G. W. ENGLISH. 55' K X . MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W L Graduate M R. L. ALDRICH W Seniors if Kg ENGLISH TAYLOR . . ELTZ . . TIscI-INER ki C. M. ROSENQUIST H. A. WILL 1 Juniors I V. B. ADAMS G. A. ZEIMER I gROSMAN M. HEINRICHS . . HALDWELL . J. KADYK L W C. E. DANGREMOND W L. MANNY I J R. F. DVORAK W. B. PRESTON ,-6? W. L. EATON J. L. REED s, M. L. FITCH R. G. THOMPSON S R. C. HAYES W. J. WESSMAN ' R. A. MERZ H. H. WEBSTER I. F. PEARSON L E Sophomores . W. ASMUS O. J. ROGGE f O. D. BURGE J. W. SPEAKMAN T. F. ENGLISH R. E. SWANSON D. A. NUESSLE G. B. SwI'rzER Qi W H. E. WESSMAN L14 E -3 Freshnzen db H. P. HAYES W. A. MMANUS 1 F. H. HUTCHINS H. G. TASCHER 1 N Five Ilunrlrvrl Thirty one IL! iv ' V L ' ' 7iiiii.:' QQ- ' 'T ' 'ill-A -..,- " "QlQEGn-'7 ,E33. S:f.s.1f14m.:vRs". .E-Kv:J"...gEIGE .Qz:O:m2...,,. ,,.f..o, -.. 1.3 I -1 I' ' WP- "Y - "1:'qr -" -' I AK' Y 'Y Y V I ' Y . .V . - -U fl ?a 'fl I U' AW! ' 7 Q7 1 A fb UTI-H-L192'2 ILLIO0 Jlwffvxi - A A -- -R1 I -- -C? I fir W MZ .. . if ALETHENAI LITERARY SOCIETY W Z ORGANIZED I-'OR THE PURPOSE or' STIMULATING INTEREST IN FORENSIC ELOQUENCE b 1 I , Ri Founded at University of Illinois 1871 N Four Chapters A K I A 12 ' 12 ie? I Y F 4 I I I I H Q Y 4 h 1 '22 Nc' li 7- fl If QQ NA Gb 'E E55 rv Top R010-KIRKPATRICK, VAN DOREN. Second R010--KRENZ, SEYMOUR, NEISWANGER, I-IIELPS, SEARS. K X Bottom Row-LUMLEY, IIARRY, MooRE, NVINE, COBY, KRAPOLE. KW 6 MEMBERS IN FACULTY E S92 ELIZABETH BRYAN, A.B., B.L.S. HELENE DOTY, A.B. ALLENE GREGORY, Ph.D. MARTHA KYLE, A.M. Zi? MARIAN SPARKS, A.M., B.L.S. . , 7 Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY F ' Graduates 4 I CORDELIA REED MARGARET BRAYTON I I L , Seniors I l I J DOROTHY LUMLEY VIRGINIA SALE L1 12,5 ESTHER MGVAY MELAINE SCHILLING :gg in IRENE SEAToN MILDRED WELCH ,Y ,II HELEN MooRE ESTHER VAN DoREN ,H A MARY PHELPS BLISS SEYMOUR I K ARLENA KRAPOLE N rf ' Juniors I , NELLE BARRY MARY PARSONS , 5 JOSEPHINE HOFFMAN LORRAINE SAMMONS K j4 CHRISTINE HYLAND MARGARET SEARS is ELSIE KIRKPATRICK HELEN CORY FRANCIS WINE Q5 Sophomores Q5 1 ELSIE KRENZ WANDA NIESWANGER i 1 Five Ilundvwl Thirty-two iv QI I A' :'A2,-mN,'z':i':f-S-. vcd "'i I -ww...-S -+-I--f I W ' 1... , . IL-' aTHR1QQ'2ILu0Q LQ, . - I f:.Rf"' il SQ XYZ .. F ffl? BZ ATI-IENEAN LITERARY SQGIETY Li FOUNDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING PROFICIENCY IN LITERARY ELOQUENCE Fl ' Founded at University of Illinois 1907 ' 'S A K J , 1 I P A R4 - L v sf? gi +I I 7 1 , I , I I 4 In YZ K! l 1 7- ff 'E A ? , , Top Row-WOOD, SCOTT, IIUGHES, JUNGK. , A KA ' KA' P14 Sdcbnd Row-SERIGIIT, SROUT BAER, HOFFMAN, FARIIOW, ADAMS. Fi Q9 Third Row-CALDWELL, GODDARD, IIALDWIN, NILSON, NVEBBER, I-ICIcNELI., TERPINITZ. G 5, Bottom Rgw-HUNT, OLTUSILY, I-ENNINGTON, NEWMAN, TIIORNSIIURG, SHIRLEY, STRABLE, BEST. " if K ! MEMBERS IN FACULTY A MARGARET HUTCHINS, B.L.S. WINIFRED PERRY., A.M. M LITA BANE, A.M. RUTH KELSO, A.M. w N J MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Hi Graduates H MARIAN MCANALLY FLORENCE MADDEN d R S . r 8711078 ' ROBERTA DOISY MARIE NEWMAN 4 ' ELIZA GARMAN GLADYS PENNINGTON I I L RUTH TERWILLIGER THELMA STRABEL 1 ' BLANCHE SHIRLEY THELMA THORNSRURG l 1 J FRANCES BEST JENNIE GRACE TERPENITZ L Ig: ' egg '51 Junwrs Pl 'Q GRACE BALDWIN ANN NILSON If 1 RUTH WEI-:BER ANNETTA WOOD ROSE OLTUSKY KATHRYN HUGHES ' I ESTELLE EDWARDS ELIZABETH GODDARD ' P' HELEN PICKNELL IRENE JUNGK A" ALTA HAHN ' ll K Sophomores Q HESTER SROUT ADELINE BAER 5 TIERA FARROW MARY SERIGHT P' MARY HART MARGARET WELDON ,ing ws NELLIE HUNT PAULINE STEVENSON w 1 FRANCES HOFFMAN HELEN CALDWELL ll I X THELMA SCOTT MARILLA ADAMS wg Ag ,tv Five Hundred Thirty-three rd 1 I " - . I . . -- , PN v' I --'-' "' I if-1" 1 3 "4L'e?-,s.-""N'NliGl-'2'-T' " I 4Ea'Q.,.Q1CZ59 QZiOIv4saS., .I,Af..A:A,, -..AED V' TQgyy3,'f""i'U"!'i'ggi5-"':'-Q A YV A: L i 2 iggu.-.7 A' ""!""L"T1QQml1' ' ' "pf N - . A J 4- -. . bid Q . V.. , ..1xn?l..l. E X . .E .E els rl. JAMESONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY fi ORGANIZED Fon THE PURPOSE OF STIMULATING INTEREST IN LITERARY WORK S' .Y Founded at University of Illinois N A T 1 A 1 1 'S M 2:2 sy it I X , 1 1 1 y Y 4 i In I hui NA be , al ZS 23 Q2 N Q k x T gil ni' or i lg Q Top Raw--RYAN, RYAN. QE Second Iiolvxggsgs, g:'IliNg:l1::gN, conua, 1-'l,Acc, oLsEN, MAY, I-'l,ANDEns, MANTZ, METZGEH. MUELLER, BRODMAN, Third Row-+cRAwl-:onD, Mc KITTRICK, KERTIS, cnEEN, RIORDIN, CARLSON, ARTER, l-'oNsE, GUSTAPSON, BYERS. mm . Q BDHOHL R010-HASEING, FALKENBERG, GIBSON, HAUKSTRASSER, MILLER, BABES, JUDY, DODGE, ENGLE, NETHERLY. 'I , - 4 x I 1 H li I-1 so? 5-f' .-1 f r l V y X1 1 H K' OFFICERS . hQ President, MARIAN BALES Secretafry, MARY JONES Q5 Vice-President, DOROTHY MILLER Treasurer, GERALDINE HEGERT as qi Hostess, VIOLA JUDY 1' . 1 N 'D i Five Hundred Thi rty-four , 'A' I I 1 'W T -' -' ' :J-ff :r p Nffi- - 92395.e,+51s4Qif7g.'95m.49nffivm:QzaQ.,,iE1QQ QB: ,msr.,,.,f.:es.,...... .GB 1 1 I I . '4 ' I" E'i""'61 L T ' A' ' ' I Jew...-' I Aw--we--ff I I , ..1.,.,.- , - . if o'I'1,HQ,1QQQ ILLIOQ It . -T.1S.9f... . ll IE I I ILLIOLA LITERARY SOCIETY Q FOUNDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING PROFICIENCY IN LITERARY WORK sl -W Founded at University of Illinois R I A I A 1 N If I L I I' W V4 I W fl I I If , 1 I 7 1 I I D ill? 'III' H Q , ,I . . E E Q Top Row-WILLIAMS, HUNT, BENNETT, wIII'rcIfIUrwH, Moss, BEACH. 54 ' ' Second Row-WINE, LEE, OONDE, KIRRY, nAvIS, SAGER, FUNK LARRY. ' ' K I B0tC07Dl. R010--EGAN, IIELM, SEXAUER, GRIFFITII EVERSOLE, PRITCIIARD, MC CONNEL, STEVENS. E , . . ll Q MEMBER IN FACULTY L 1 ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD, A.B. I 1 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 4 l Seniors I I HELEN STEVENS FLORENCE LEE 4 , ' NELLE KIRBY LOIS WINE Lf ,J LOUISE FAIRFIELD RACHEL GRIFFITH ,W EUGENIA Moss LENORE CONDE fi I LOUISE WHITOHURCI-I EMILY BENNETT 1 Q I I. Juniors t I ELIZABETH SAGER PEARL HOLz N ' LENORE EVERSALE JUSTINE PRITCHARIJ X MILIIRED EGAN ANN WILLIAMS ' , HARRIET BEACH I I LETTY GAY' K. 5 VERNA HELM DOROTHY HUNT M is CATELENA DAVIS Z1 I E I Sophomores 5' DOROTHY MOCONNELL ESTHER SEXAUER ,gg Q5 MARY FUNK - ETTA LARRY QD 1 MADELINE WIOKERSHAM FRANCES WEEDMAN I l vp Q Five Hundred Thirty-jivre , r 'I ' ' R, T, A I , ,. gg' I .7 - -N ir- - . 9, . I L A .Q 'I 7" I ' 'T'iw1'.5x9w-- "Seq YI I" 'I ' ' g- --4:43--nib--'-f ' .I , ...1...f-'QNw...,- - . , ILE oT1,.1E1Q2'2 ILLIO., Mliiibrx, . , I ,L 21... IE IE QENTRO LITERARIO ESPANOL 'JF' 7-4 I 4 Ig A CLUB ORGANIZED FOR THE PURPOSE OF AIDING STUDENTS IN THE STUDY OF SPANISH Sl .W Founded at University of Illinois K A K I A i P I I I 4 I S 591 25 'I V PI I' I I . 1 1 . V 4 In YZ if 1 1 r I H an A A E S W W , . Top R010-KRIEG, voLLMEn, IIAMBLEN, LEWMAN, nnEA'rHwIT. . . Second ROIL'--T. A. FITZGERALD, FEDDEIISEN, STEVENS, WATSON, SIIOWALTER, WILSON. JEWELL, MILES, RAINEY, A . MILLS, J. Il. FITZGERALD. f H . N .. I W Thlfd R010 VAN HORNE, STEVENS, MORALFS COLIN, XVALES COIIN THOMPSON, JIMINI-.L Gm Q4 BOHOHI. R010-MARTINS, STOUT, SOTO, CAVALCANTI, ROSAIFS IIOIA IIOGGI R0 EIIMAN, STORPR fd I EG: Tires. Pr-4 5. 1 7 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 'I C. BAROUSSE M. HARVEY E. ROGGERO K BAUMGARDNER HEIDEMANN RIGSAILES , . OJUNGE . ERROD . . ov ' A. BozA G. HILGARDE T. K. SHANKS I R. BREATHWIT L. JEWELL J. B. SHAW I I E. G. CADAVAL J. JIMENEZ M. A. SHOWALTER 1 ,J R. DE CAVALCANTI F. KERR D. SLEPEJAN Ig, Lo? H. COSS A. KRIEG P. DE SOUZA 52 -1 G. G. COLIN M. LIGHT R. STEVENS P' nw L. A. COLIN M. LITTLE H. STEVENS 'f I M. CRAWFORD Y. MCCASKILL W. H. STORER , V C. DAVIS D. V. MARTINS G. STOUT , A V. DAVIS M. MILES A. W. THOMPSON .4 ' L. DORSEY , P. MILES J. S. Twrcc . A' R. EDMAN M. E. MORALES D. VARNEY K- Q1 B. EVERETT M. PALMER W. VOLLMER 3, TS EERREE Ld PIANKEY R. WALES Z1 Dm . ERRO . . EARCE G. WATSON ,.,,4 D. FONSECA L. RAINEY D. WILES EQ M. FONSECA J. ROCA R. WILLARD '95 GQ L. HAMBLEN IEOGGERO M. WILSON QQ q ' . ULUETA 1 N I I AX Five Hundred Thirty-six r '1 ' 1 c?952mSsn5:,.:g5:S.4 ' 1. 5'Si i92K...... CED Founded at University of Illinois 1920 , ' I .Zim 15 gg Img. I SW G2 CLUB LATINOMAMERICANO A SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF' STUDENTS FROM THE LATIN-AMERICAN COUNTRIES K A I I I I l L4 M sie 5421 sy in P I P , 1 1 . V 4 In F0 W 'I fi f I Ill? Gb H av A A ' P14 Q3 Q? K I Top Row-GAIssI.En, ZULUETA, vnnmx. KW ' SCC01ld R010-IXOJUNGA, A. ROCA ROSALES, AGUILAR, I.. ROSAI FS MARTINS. Third Row-JIMENES, HOZA, cAsAno, cAvAI.cAN'rI, VALENCIA CULLLAR, I-'Emz0. , Q Bottom R010-G. COLIN, ROGGERO CADAVAL, L. COLIN, FONSFCA PFDRAZA, MORALES' OCHOA . . H4 'sz 1 I' A MEMBERS IN FACULTY , X R. A. So'ro MISS A. CURTIS I I L MEMBERS TN UNIVERSITY I , L. COLIN G. D. OCHOA Lf ,J G. COLIN O. MIRANDA ,W iq? E. G. CADAVAL S. A. LEMos Q95 -11 J. AGUILAR 0. BOJUNGA r' W A. A. GOMEZ C. ROGGERO If I . J. C. BARROUCE - C. G. DE SoUzA GAISSLER f D. FONSECA E. ROGGERO , MISS CATALINA DAVIS M. E. MORALES .1 A. ROSALES M. FONSECA A L. ROSALES A. BozA K- zz M. VALENCIA V. FERRO gy S J. VEREA M. A. ARRAU Z1 pm, J. PEREZ, ARCH A. ZULUI-:TA ,ig J. JIMENEZ J. ROCA if! QF D. V. MARTINS M. CUELLAR 'SIP dp P. C. DE SOUzA E. CASADO Q 1 R. DE LIMA CAVALCANTI M. PEDRAZA 1 N 'D A Five Hundred Thirty-seven V- w r 1 Q32 gg, ...J-..'3f.f1.9inz'..1f'1aI'f2a', f, 2 -.Q , , ,,1qi1.:!'v-4- Y " f Y, ' -' ' ' Y -, 'if v-',,,?,.. Q J , Ae.,-QBN.f,- , - SY EL. 0T1,11.j19ggILL1Q0 dsgvwvx. LW.- LOA,-eww? O P L I S2 S61 D I I l N I GW Ea! fd 'ea LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS 8 Founded at University of Illinois ' A rx A A I A N 1 1 1 I 1 3 I A A 'QL fe! ia: ls' F' ' 1 V1 T 'F . ' , N X 1 Y I 1 r 4 In ,153 f . ' ZS 83 Q9 B4 . ., . . K I ' Top Row-msmm, Mo1cENzm, RASMUSSEN, WHITFORD, GUIET, Mc LAIN, Jorms, mnmy, LEWMAN, Kama, , ammo E. H Second Rozuil:?EglLToN.l?I?owAl.TEn, s0'ro, LEAUTIER, woon, BREHM, nUssELL, Mc comm, nosm, WYNE, YANCEY, H NHJ VANDERIIECK, MORGAN, WATSON, WILLIAMS, CURTIS. Nu? Q9 Third R0'lU-WAITTON, BREATHWIT, zA1.EsKI, LITTLE, AGLE, BLANK-JLY, SMITH, WEAM, EIOH, JENVI-IL, wmmn, V-Y4 KERTIS, TARRENT, BROWN, BOUIN. , 4 B0ft0lH, R010-ADAMS, SCHREIBER, BLACKARD, MILES, STORER, WILSON, RAINEY, THOMPSON, KING, HUGGINS, Q H FISHER. ssl! -i F 5 A 1 ' I r, I 6 15? OFFICERS ' pf . . . ' I H' Sembr Section Jumofr Sectum I f President, A. W. THOMPSON President, LEO KING T X: . A Vue-President, CATALINA DAVIS Vice-President, EDITH SKEMP K. . B lg Secretary, MIRIAM WILSON Secretary, ELSIE JEAN HUGGINS rl Treasurer, LENORE RAINEY Treasurer, A. J. JOHNSON F A -FQ 1 I I 'AN N . . 'D Five Hundred Thwty-e1,ght r '1 ' ' 'F - H 'ir-V F -- - - LL QLJQ1 - 1iiL -V T -s-g ,9F 'v' 7 1s5.fQz..,S1w5s.-,..1Ez1sz . .A.9:m. f QMQQ IBF ' .gZ"25Is1siS.2Y A L' E' E . Laura," I-f .' -,.1qqSag""+"'f' ' , wtf: . . PLL! 0TH1.l1QQQ 111100 .rt . . -,2'3'lf5W"' , H I l 4 53 FH he WQMENVS CGSMQPQLETAN CLUB Lx Founded at University of Wisconsin 1903 I I G.. E.. A.. C.. G. CHAPTER I ' P Q A Established at Illinois 1917 Pu f I I 1 . 1 N 1 1 Y W 4 Ig U I al KS A E Q I I IW ,. 56 W Top R010-ANDERSON, BOUIN, CALDWELL, PRITCHARD, SKEMP, FARROW, BRAUCHER. W VM Second Row-HAMILTON, SCHULTZ, PIOKNELL, EEEIIE ANDERSON, CURTIS, KIRAM, WATSON. VH Bottom R0W1GLASG0W, D. SCHULTZ, CHUNG, MARAMBA, CONDE, WINN, DAVIS, HILL, OLIVER. P4 ' R 'I I' I A I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I 1 ' , CATALINA DAVIS MRS. W. F. SCHULTZ . 1 l A CONCEPCION MARAMBA - MRS. T. E. OLIVER L ,ba TARHATA KIRAM MRS. R. GLASGOW Ugg Q. MARGARET BRAUOHER ELIZA CURTIS F? Q ETHEL CRAIG JANE WATSON W f DOROTHY HILL ALEXANDRIA ALLEN - . DORA LIMPTON RUTH CALDWELL I TIERA FARROW FERNE WINN W BESSIE CHUNG ELIZABETH ANDERSON N DOROTHY SCHULTZ HELEN PICKNELL , 'H Lois BEEBE EDITH SKEMP K Q JULIETTE BOUIN JUSTINE PRITCHARD PI Q MRS. HAMILTON LENORE CONDE Q A MARGARET ANDERSON A' EG rp 'D Five I-Iundrnd Thirty-nina r '1 ' ' H 1' T ""'E ""' " ' EEE. gf ff: 1 '11 iw- -E" AIWEGF7- . ' "7 QfE53.,14,Sxmlfs:.,I,f.!.Q1s.,'1eJA..f".imx"a'.. i'iD.J",.QICEE,..2'.QSfi IeiIdzS.,.LA.f.S?:E.'e.L44.Q9. QTQEQQQQ Img. P 1 . 9. T1 CIVIL ENGINEERING SOCIETY fi U, Founded at University of Illinois 1883 MN ii 4 11 N Ev? H Y. I 1 . 5. ai .. 15" H95 R ' i fi r OFFICERS N President, A. W. Hmns Sem-etafry, H. E. WESSMAN Vice-President, F. W. MEZEK Treasurer, L. DANGREMOND ,ag rid I I 1 I GE 55 rm rp - Five Hundred Forty - 'Li Y ! 511119 12322 ILLIQQ fi if Rf AMERICAN SOCKET? OF MECHANICAL ' 'A NGENEERS M 'E is STUDENT BRANCH f A H v I l , 7 Y A 'ix Fri ki il? U M W1 OFFICERS gf 1 Xl President, J. R. BOYLE Secretary, A. D. SINDEN x r Vice-President, E. G. STALEY Treasurer, G. L. N. MEYER i W F re .A I I I Q ii Fwc Hundred Forty-one fb rr 'A Y 5 'nd fri: v I N -9. 1, H x gym 1929 mio. i NY: I W1 gg X ELECTRICAL ENGHNEERENG SQCIETY lg Founded at University of Illinois gl .H . A A l Li Ei S595 81 Y F' ri 'E LA Lg: 95 if F1 PX 6.9 53 gi S2 fe? E25 ' ' R A W nv 73 I 3 nj, 5? sf vi if' f OFFICERS 'f y '1 ,A F. J. JIRKAN, President E. C. KRAUSE, Vice-President J. R. LINDLEY, Secwetary 'EE W. iM. YOUNG, Ti'easui'er gk L. B. BAKER, L'bv'ar'zan Five Hu rl fl F If 'A' 1 .1 1 I l x 2211. x lr' v "v- ' - -4QQ1l'gyf "U" ' A Y' E 'E Y ----A- A r ,V ,..,.. . V L lf, ' ..,'E" ,,x.- "7 A Ae! s P'-4 DTI-121922 iiuoo -Q 4 - 44 f21i2'L'l-s L--CQ , D '31 W lvl g ti gg Amnniennr Assocmrrion or ENGINEERS Founded at Chicago, Illinois, 1.915 Two Hundred Active Chapters ' K , l I g I N Established at Illinois 1917 i is f 252 5 l il V N il lc 4 In U U l fl iii? ' iii be H IM 83 F1 fs ' ' ' 'I l i it E if ky VV Tfil Q The American Association of Engineers is the largest national engineering society, F i with a membership of thirty thousand. Its activities are non-technicalg its objects are 4 1 ' "to raise the standards of ethics of the engineering- profession, and to promote the f i L economic and social welfare of engineers." ,i I ,ily The local student chapter has an active membership of over two hundred, includ- , 'AJ ing prominent faculty men and engineering students of all courses and classes. In Ll ,1 line with the objects of the national organization, it tries to further the interests of yr, sea A. A. E. and to become acquainted with social and economic questions, industrial prob- fig Q lems, and the like which confront the engineering profession and which are necessarily 7' L' somewhat neglected in engineering courses. lf l ' In addition, the local chapter has this purpose always before it: to take the initia- I 4 V tive and an active part in every project which has for its object the betterment of the 1' N V ' Colgege of Engineering as a whole, or the improvement of individual engineering ., stu ents. In K 1 ,-1 ' rl . OFFICERS 'irzf , 'gif President, HAROLD J. MOCK Secretcwy, LEWIS J. WARGIN Q Vice-President, Lnnov M. DANGREMOND Treasurer, MILES D. CATTON Fi1'1' ll zcndrrd Forty-tlwcc vii E5 law- - T f - r ' 7 . -ggD- .V ' - Lyla," -H 5- - w - --,i -vf f f 7 'X IE 1 7""""-As1"w" 'S' " 1 'vp RE C' 'Q C C C ' r W'-"N5Ql"Y3'i""""""'1' ' .. . A 1 .l f -- ' L ...lL R R A QQUQVPDPXSQ 'XSL' QTIIQ 1922 ILLIQ., .52 .. Ra . SE .E I COMMERCE CLUB .Va . D. A A l I 1 I I I 'I M rs . 5,1 l?' IJ r ' I I7 fl , J L I r 4 H W fm? H vu VAN gg T011 R010-VON BINZER, EWING, TOLMAN, SCHMOELLER, MUGGE, NVILSON. E X! SCCO'lld ROW-FLETCHER, GRESSENS, CHILDS, IKOUGH, NOLLE, SADLI-IR, HARVARD E4 '.'.' Third ROIIIARRYA, EvANs, CARR, EISNER, KAISER, m-:Lsx-tv, Loclcwoon, SHNNSTIIN -- BOHONI Nall'-MALKMUS, NELSON, LORD, MOTTER, MILNER, WILLIAMSON HOOKER IOIINSOX 1 OPI' I 6 IE fa? MEMBERS IN FACULTY L51 A I1 VICTOR LOUIS KRANNERT, B.S. CHARLES MAN!-'ORD THOMPSON, Ph.D. I K MAURICE HENRY ROBINSON, Ph.D HIRAM THOMPSON ScovILL, A.B., C.P.A. 4 I FREDERICK ARTHUR RUSSELL, Ph.D. I ' I J MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Lf :gy H. L. BEEKMAN O. GRESSENS S. C. GREENE :62 51 R. H. BARNARD E. T. JOHNSON L. M. NELSON r' X, J. W. CANNON P. W. KAISER W. L. NOELLE :fi I H. B. CARR W. W. KELSEY L. P. PEARSON I E. L. CHILDS C. E. KOHLER R. C. PREBLE , f L. J. CURRIER W. KOPP H. F. SADLER , Y J. DEPLER F. C. LARIMER L. C. SALZENSTEIN ' , F. F. EISNER W. F. LOCKWOOD P. KISSINGER K. F M. W. EVANS P. S. LORD A. W. SCHMOELLER gg U 1.4 H. W. EWING W. MALKMUS S. G. SMITH Z1 kg G. S. FITZHUGH G. E. MILNER R. TOLMAN 4 G. L. HOOVER H. E. MOTTER J. TREADWELL gig Q R. E. FLETCHER A. T. MUNSELL W. F. VON B1NzER IS! Q5 W. R. HOUGH G. H. MUGGE K. E. WILLIAMSON Gb 1 J. H. WILSON ' ' A K I Five liuvndrcd Forty-four V 41" """' "' " ' C! --E Q-2 ' if '. ' 'S -4i.- " N'-WISGF7' X m,s4gZf,.-g5E,f-p14y.-bi'a'Rf.I-5Q.1',g's2ICQE.fT'a c3z:O:msm...L -,,.f.5:....,.L... .Q f l V. Digg 12929 Img. U SY if :Q SIX Sf Fi 5 K I AGRICULTURE CLUB I 1 Founded at University of Illinois 1897 24? Q 1 7 - I V I l 1 Y Zi Zi Q . W . . Si .fi L 1 ' I 4 W Y L I ki W fi S is + . OF-FICERS i r N President, C. T. KIBLER Secretary, C. T. MANN F X4 ,A Vice-President, E. G. THEIM Treasurer, H. B. WHITE if Sergeamt-at-Arms, W. V. SCHOCK lm , H Q ll QE ik rp I 'M I H' Fwe Hundred Forty-five Y. ' J 'T T TH"A2z'fr1Sw.1: Yf' I" "J I .- --STA--'-'pf'--for - , ..y..,.- -. , 51.4 oTI.,uQl1Q2Q ILLIOQ Art .-.-..faiQ1Qv1. S3 WJ 5,3 I-IORTICULTURE CLUB 2.9 Founded at University of Illinois 1906 Q r As. .w F 'X A A , l I 3 'xl 25 Pu 1 1 f I Y I 1 7 X 4 L1 U E! ld 7 Y 'E 5 425 7'-' Top R010-PICKETT, couzv, BIERRAUM, oKEY. SAMUEL. MARQUEDANT, VAN DEVENTER. '-'-' Second Row-wATEmsuRY, ILLYES, IIANNA, NEWTON, RUDHE, FIREBAUGII. BOHOHL R010-IIRODFUEHRI-Ill, HOVEY, JESSEN, LOOMIS, BRYANT, LOOM IS, JI' I- FERY. N ai gg MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates 7 E. F. GUEA C. F. PATTERSON '1 E. P. LEWIS V. T. BELLEF N Seniors P K ISABEL MARQUEDANT L. S. HEss 4 K MARY OKEY C. R. ILLYES I DOROTHQEA SAMUEL R. W. JEFFERY I gli. QVLBBRODFUEHRER JIESSEN 4 f . . UDHE . . ooM1s ' LJ A. D. CARTWRIGHT J. H. MACGILLIVRAY tg-,' ff? 1BTI1Ii'DqS?31ER .?'3"15l'3XE22EN 57' 'X' R. S. FIREBAUGH J. D. SMITH ffl I R. W. HovEY H. B. WATERBURY ' I Juniors N V BARBARA PORTER G, FALKENBURG 'T' , RUTH VAN DEVENTER A. L. GLASER . N5 R. B. BRYANT F. O. HANNA E is O. K. LooM1s 21 EE' ' Soplzo o ' '-if H. L. EBERHARDT m ws H, Fox :jg Freshmen QE 1 O. J. LOCKLE H. M. NEWELL IO 'AY Five Ilunrlred Forty-six fb L41 i W IA! :Zvi ,Ami .Mme I ' "' ' ' "1'i1v'ur 'ig ' 'l 54' Avy A l' '-"" "'Il'wr' ""'-""' ' 4 4 . 4- ' 'ff' S- z L A . Qgksnvfaf-Nw?..f' 'X ra... QTHQ 1929 HMO. .rt . .- v...L'srSw9L IE P I E12 E431 E21 HOOP AND HORN CLUB ES' b Founded at Unifversity of Illinois 1914 I K A A A - , A P I I 4 A gk. 52' S4 u ! I V 3 I 1 , 1 Y . 4 L Q1 . . -HP db 3 95 T f SQ OFFICERS President, EDWIN BAY Secretary, C. E. GATES V' Vice-President, E. L. JOHNSON Treasurer, J. R. Moss Q l Sergeant-at-Arms, E. G. THIEM W MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY P 4 I C. E. YALE J. H. CHASE I 4 1 R. B. GAARDER E. P. ZEIDERS J l M. W. WARREN E. R. MORURG u 3 P. K. JUSTUS W. C. Howm L1 ,J EDWIN BAY C. A. BROOKS ,Q ,QQ H. W. KLAMSER C. B. STEWART Yi '1 C. T. KIBLER E. G. THIEM T' 'Q E. H. ZIEROTH C. T. MANN 'f ' A C. F. CHOU , L. C. BRIDGFORD , J. H. KANEY C. R. ILLYES N V I. W. COAN E. L. JoHNsoN ., H. R. DAVISON D. J. VAN BRAMER I A W. J. CLARK J. E. HARRIS W gg P. G. ADAMS A. KOLMER ty is J. R. Moss W. C. HELPER Z3 ,iq T. R. ALLEN ALFRED BLACKMAN 5,91 E. T. WALLACE :ga T Q u 1 rp fb Q Five Hundred Forty-seven ,N ,QT ' w 'YQ T' " r ' - 1-1112 .f ' iilli-Q nu- " s . A' ' ' cgagwgszg.-,,:..-?sf. mi'1i'.- a'Qi...Q?1CQ Q31e2Im4:-..,.-ff-5:faa4.w.G1'j ' "f I I A-Q.-1-'-r,,..-H H faq 'vp tl' A: A A C r I--fvq-I"-wfh'-"' ' L - A J ' Ag an y As- L -I QWPPK--E PI 1 wma 1922 ILLIOQ '1 I f-'WWI QL? W S2 F ,. Se! , I2 I4 U-I A , .R 5 px A I Q HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ' 5 j, Founded at Umm-my of Illinois 1902 .4 ,- u 1 I f MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 1 1 r ' I Graduate X 4 In H LoLA CREMEANS . 4 ' Seniors Nl ' . A W ELIZABETH ANDERSON FLQRENCE KIMMELSHUE W be . LoIs BEEBY FLORENCE LEE ' ' CHARLOTTE BEIsTER MDREE LEWIS ' ' ZS EMILY BENNETT LoUIsE PICKENS gg MARIE BBECKENRIDGE OLIVE REES QQ MARGARET CAMPBELL WILMA REED Q HAEEL GoRDoN EDNA SCHIERRAUM I x DOROTHY HAMER CHRISTINE STUBBS S2 g HELEN HARLAND SOPHIE THEILEN NELLIE HOLT MARY .JANE WEIR . EF INA HDLTERMAN HELEN WHEELER G6 Q I JUANITA KELLY FERN WINN ,A MARIE ZIKA 4 V I - A B 1 Juniors F I BERNICE JoHNsoN RUTH PETERSDN I 1 X MADGE LINKE AGNES RAHN A ' , JEAN MARTIN ELIZABETH SAGER I 4 'J MABEL STANFORD bw fi H4 Sophomofres V 'fi S' K JESSIE ADAMS ' FRIEDA HARSBARGER HELEN Buss OLIVE MAKEEVER w I MARY FULLER GENEVIEVE PARKER , 5 JEAN GREGG HELEN SANDERS IS ESTHER WEIR Z '11 ik an 4' Five Hundred Forty-eight I i I A T 9 f I i IEQs,...:RJ'Q1GEE,.fT"icE's:eW AI R:IH2.ara:+zQf9 N .Img 15 2 g Ujjgg if Wg 52? cl. CHEMICAL CLUB 3 F. Q1 Founded at University of Fllinois 1892 if R i A 1 i M 592 :qt 1 r H -- H . I 1 4 ' X 4 n. 5? 95 m ui gg ,. KY? WI 5. RE W P n 1 I A I I L I OFFICERS is President, A. G. LEWIS kg! xg Vice-President, H. G. BERGER EQ! I 1 I Secreta'ry, G. W. CROMER 1 ' I T7'0lLS'll,7'G'l', H. D. CARTER l W lik! Custodizm, A. V. GEMMILL lx' Illinois Chemist Board, B. s. Gmvm Q, . rl 52 Q Fwe Ilunrlrad Forty-'uma Q L f Q5 Q3 "Q- - w f -nr v' '- r - . .. -- f . -- .ix T - - 1 - Q -T-' v- GTM- 'T'A'?'N ee Q C 2. P, "1 - --QQITQY' "" "' A-Y Y 'A Y Y - -' 'gf' v-v-'-'ar' v ' :JI ,,.L.: 7f f- f'W - Qjtvvlvxv SL' oT1.1Q1QQQ ILLIQQ A , . - . -.. .m..f19lSE!2C .W In .E .E W2 Vie! pi SH .W . I LAMBDA TAU RHO K A I Founded at Ohio State University 1910, 1 I I Seven Active Chapters l ' P If Q1 55 GRANGE CHAIPEEIE E53 '41 Estabiished at Illinois 1914 C 1 I L GF 3 5' IAN QB E5 55 I l yy Top Row-wm1-TIER. HAMUNG, num.. - icy Second Row-HARVEY, BURRITT, ARMSTRONG, HARNETT, BULLEY, LANE. Bottom ROW-SAFFER, LOCKNVOOD, BUTHERLAND, HODGSON, uUnNEI.L. fl? ill, km A 'I I' I I . I I I . MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I 11 ,al Seniors E, L95 H. M. HoDcsoN W. R. BURNELL io: -4 W. F. LOCKWOOD R. E. SAFFER F ,XI F. C. ARMSTRONG 1f1 I . Ju ' I H. J. WHITTIER mom F. S. HARVEY ' If G. A. HARTUNG I. W. BAIzNE'r'r " I H. A. RUHI. A. E. BULLEY , A A. N. LANE G. E. Hmmm Q, U W. B. SUTHERLAND 5-' 51 Q2 52 52 ilx 'hr B? H H ' Q I Five Ilulndwfl Fifty r '1 'A' i .. 5225.115-f v .4 ,ns 1 I I I, I 555 IL LIO Rf IH ,Mm 'a I -E I A .- :WI l W '.-w W VW 1. 1 -' I 2115 R N 51 ' I yy 'R , , -m QM gg? SCRHB LERS CLUB V71 9'-Q Q31 H N seq IT "AVI W1 rx f , ' ,L X 1 W3 Ni I fy W I yn L M E16 RICA 5117 blzffq Bi 1:35 ISLE W M gh ' A --fx? If! gin FC' I f IGS ,L A R. M ug af H I db Q10 I U U I4 I ,I JL, If If 'Iwi F, 'N WI .58 ifaful KTVQ ,ve-1 Rn? iw I I E' , In 5:5 3? 5: Eff? IIA ,EW- rifv Top Row-1IUI.LEIsH, DOURLAND, RURGE. Ifinff ,ff 4 Second R010-PINCICARD, CARSON, LAFUZIC, IINAI-I-. lilly' .Jiffy , Bottom R010-kSliYMOUR, 'l'ILLO'l'SON, S'l'RAHlCl.. 5155 Msn: I - 'I ' .xc If, I "ox fy M " : ig MEMBERS IN FACULTY Wg, HN r. , ' M' W. E. EKBLAW SAMPSON RAIIIIAELSON iwfsq kg CARL STEPHENS S. Dlx HARWOOD VQQV, 8515 NELLIE ROBERTS WARNER G. RICE Iggy 'Sq 5'-1-'Ig EMA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY fzffi n ' 1' ' . R fl Samors If 'II UQ GERALD CARSON CLARA TILLOTSEN 'vm HAROLD PINCKARD GEORGE BUCIIANNAN iyfjfyi! gg THELMA STRAREL H. GORDON HULLFISII 'fhlj BLISS SEYMOUR 'T fig, u :Q-QQ if . Jumors ICH DONALD LAEUZE VERNON KNAPP wi MN' 'WF 1213 S072lcomor0s mil THEODORE BOURLAND OLAP BURGE QW' IMI Mxlfl EIS? EW: I iwgl Fiw' llzmrlrcwi l"ifll1-our I , -I I fx. lv: if' - -Aim """" -'-"W""R?-"rf-:"f't"1ff'IT,"r"4'7:""TR'-'FT', " r"rr7:1-':--"f- H A' by f ' ' A 1 - A' I ff" ' ' 'I' A Lv! MRS, vwiwmwwmwwammmm ?Www 33637 VI Jfgg i62'2i ILL1Qe S 5 P2 ARCHITECTURE CLUB - E4 Q Founded at University of Illinois W 71 V 4 l 1 .,L, ..-.:,'-.-M tips- ..,. 1. I1 OFFICERS fFms'r SEMESTER, P I President, H. C. CHEEVER A I 1 Vice-President, D. E. MAnQu1s I 1 I Secretary-Treasurer, VIRGINIA GAYLE kg 5? OFFICERS fSECOND SEMESTER, V President, R. F. SPICER ' N P' Vice-President, E. E. VALENTINE If I Secretary-Treasurer, J. J. BRESEE . . . qi i I W Five Hundred may-:wo 'A' rr v w 1 x 4. N V w 'fff "" QQ. J f,., ' , ,, , Y ' :-f-- 7 --V' - -' - A .4 1Q5,Qj,, g.. .. tmsfulll SAV' ' N y.:-f.-gl 'mg ,- KAR I r Q 5 W, ' 'K i.. f, ,g Qwi"'Zifffff-12731-541'ffif1g751J2535334154-frff'iff- gjQl'I,1QI QQ ' Nj 2 ' mx. .Z if Ni.'f1.'f:fQ" . , , ,--- --A--v , f---fv--N -M V- Y ---p - , , w.:.-i., ,: L , .. , .f ., A 1 H ,5 ' fw.3MN Lu,x,. .,.. T, A,-,M,,N, ,. ., ., vqll---1 f' "X Uh ,, Wo Q09 - f ' :lf X 4 ' X . . ll X fig o Wu l W1 io wav IL INI I-IA if nfl . . . . . 3,55 Establzshed at Umvverszty of Illmozs 1919 M1 Iii M ,. ll: fx? .- .. Q 1. IG.-1g I 3 , .ww ,- Q 4111. JW 1 A "N I ..l 11 N! 6 f V 11 -Ui 1 M if 'KZ ,ff Hu N X. N W Uv MA' 'MX VIVA H ,.f7. 1 ha , YI w. 514. 11 T55 Y Top Raw-.ncNN1Ncs, THORNTON, IIATCII, Nm.soN, wmnn. 121 fi' Second Row-cAssoN, .1o1INsoN, LYNCH, Mummv, c.1mUsm., m1'rcum.1., Moxvmzv. ng, MX Third Row-slmwucx, XVALSII, uuN'r, MACH, come, scumvmcuun, MANDEVll.I.l1I, l,EMAS'l'FTRS. If vo Bottom Rozu-somcmncrm, WVICART, lI.l!.XVll.l.IAMS, Mlm.:-xx, RYAN, slvwrn, 1..c.1u1-x:owuN, mmucn, mmnom. EH, nk .H .N .1 ' U Q Lfv: ff, OFFICERS w " Sw 'QW . NX Preszdent, C. W. RYAN Sccraiary, L. SAXIG M 1 .f 1 3. ,X Vice-Pres1de1z.t, E. E. CRAIG T0'0llS1U'l47', H. RANSBURG wil j . w Qlgjl li 4 'i' ' , , 4 'R V255 L .obj M' Lfff' . 14.94 bt ' . 1 - X W 'T 1' lv v View A A ng: ll' ffcii i.. '4 fx xl I , . .,v LQ, ,pf 4 MII H: 1, HI I X I 17325 1' J :WA EL- el Mgir W P. wr 5 Xa v To-iz IV 3 FQ, Top Row-4n.SM1'1'II, c. 1I0'rz, nANsnum:, rmAm':, I'liA'l"l'. . HI , 1, 4 ,aug Mound Huw-Nmcnlmm, n, uousl-xl., 'ro1uM, mlm, sNx'mcn. l'l+'l-IIl"I"l-IR, 1cNr:n-:n. 'yf . 'km Third How---s'1'1Ns0N, Ill-:sl-uc, now, SMITH, Mc CLINIC, nmcli. wx I-Pie' Bottom 1f01U-NEVVCOMIIE, IHGICKIIOUSI-I, MAlc'1'lNs0N, ROIll'Z, VAl.I,IlCll, NYlll'l'1i, MU1cI.l.ml:, C. NVILLIAMS. My L J ' 1 11 VW1 . . .1 .' I I"zmr Ilumlrvd l"1fIy-tlwcc ,V J. 1 - I N . K, ' .,,w,,-,..,,,.,-,,,,,..M,,..-M-.-...-,,,,,-.,,.-. ,,,, ,CC . . . . .. . . . W 1 1 f N-1'Fli'"7'1'fE.tF"'dQ:4LQw-f?m1'4Pff J.-.if 3f'if-Yjfglkff Q'-'271' 3'f.gf1fv?W'F'fQw-1,- H. 'K ' XPR-aj'y43fS55'Q!'?4?1-15:7617212-24'V' ' 1. 'a ' 'v 'v-W'-1w1'e1 11- A" S 'S S L r SN-4:--ww--f' v' ' Q- J Aw- -- - - E 'Lf DTI-1E192'2 uuoo Rdfwpfvxo - -1- -RA X -.-C62 XYZ WZ ai! L as H PHILLIPINE ILLINI V4 n 'Q fir? Founded at University of Illinois 191.9 S5 .va F 'X A R E f 1 , ' A s 1 R 4 iii gi if? Rn 1 W fi' ' v v Q V W ul In U E! 1 , 4 v Q if U 1 it w 'AN gg 254 Top R010-SANTOS, FUENTES, HENAREE, SALVACION, orwm, LIBUNAO. GD Second R010-PITT, FUJRO, PANTELION, MUSNI, PASIS, OLYMPIA, oTANEs, Q Xu, Third Row-RAu1'ls'rA, CALUYA, LAM!-mole, TELMO, 'roNco, cnuz, PATERNO, DE LEON. XJ Bottom Row-CARNAHAN, ALICANTE, MARAMIIA, CLEMENTE, MARAMRA, VALE, ALxcAN'rE, oNc1cEKO, amsuow. W W 4 Q MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ng! VY Graduates Q55 MARcos ALICANTE CLEMENTE DE LA CRUZ H LEOPOLDO CLEMENTE HILARION HENARES N MARCOS TOBANGUI P K Seniors A X FELIX D. MARAMRA FAUSTINO Q. OTANES I ' Juniors 1 LEOPOLDO BAUTISTA ANTONIO PATERNO ' 1 ,J MARTINIANO FLoRo BENITO Pm L gg? CONCEPCION MARAMRA ILUMINADO SANTOS Q51 5.1 FRANCISCO PANTALEON PEDRO TELMO if DA Sophomores If 4 JUAN CAMPOS JOSE B. LIBUNAO ' r VICENTE FUENTES DELFIN MUSNI ' rf Lurz JAMIAS Joss ONGKEKO w RICARDO DE LEON GELACIO TONGKO 'iq SIMEON VALE is Freshmen mai MRs. MARCOS M. ALICANTE SIMPL1c1o MENDOZA 554 51 MANUEL CALUYA ALFONZO OLYMPIA nik TARHATA KIRAM PEDRO ORATA if Q ANDRES LAMPITOK VICENTE PAsls Q DELEIN SALVACION my my L , Five Ifundred Fifty-four V, t I 1 1 Liz 'Q-- wmv- 1- -r -K A' .sf?5J.1!I' -' - fxhhbl f FT' ' "ip-X A. W . -,.-e.fn9:zes 7 .0 I nu iii? '52, iii: A-if - 'iw' ,' x F' F1 f ,f . mf! ' 1:1131 'ik "" .' 'fiziim 52252 1 X " ' X lx L l 'Q gv CE' fees. Jtvvvf-xy g'l'QQ 5622 ILLIQQ :linkin 0.5wlQvi'QA 5 ai 9 W 5' FOREWORD 55151 the he or she for itb who happens to disapprove of 2--lfbt-2124-' the material here- in presented, let a word be said. Every letter reproduced, picture and a major portion of the scandal and mud thrown at you was present- ed to the Roast Section Ed- itor by a fraternity brother or a sorority sister of yours. Ponder on that before you rise in Wrath. Remember, of such is pub- licity. And a knock, in certain scattered instances, is a boost. ag Fi f Il Wwmgsfsamea-nmafeggsglwgmeszezmmxuwf -Rami 31112 5622 ILLl0e ' ll ii in T It Q 1 'lf l. fl lg DEDICATION F' l ' O those who d "' ,Q guar 5, i our destinies- Ei CAnd clutter up r ffl W the scenebg ' ZS To , those Who frown upon gy e our sprees- A Q9 fAnd vent on us their W spleeng Sli To those who read, and cog- itate, Then rise and sing a song ki of hate- kg To every such invertebrate, gf, w ' This little book We dedi- lj , . cate. N 5? if ll 4 'f l ' l Q Five Hundred Fifty-six 'N P J.. N 1... v 4 4 'X "TITr.:A::3-- lj 1-vig--L - Y A vi i if? - -A-fffi,f-isrs-'issvzfzf QTML 19221 A vfgr-T--.- uuoo I - --4.112-44:.,.:3g!lxL is 121 Sw ii ae? ' H1 ' Y wi K I gl K I i . we ft -'Qs 11,5 1 wg M 4 1 ' Y 1 I A 1 m V Fe Q' 52, rm 5 as KI? Fi" 'Y . k I' l aj ' iii H V W if-Z V4 R K EE as 6 F25 ik Qui? P Five Hundred Fifty-seven -- . , BNLEQQF,-:::,,1 Q ,A-,. .An , ,,,,, :L-:Iii TLSQQA :V A .131 ' V1-""' 'io' 'F' " ' ' V ' '-- -g -'v--nr'v' ' igilmzaiizl-'l.w?2 i'lf! o'N,lQ1QQQ 111100 Al Z9a fi5g ill lvl L1 A ICC In B under and la fBeing a tour of Modern Greece in America, personally conducted by the Mad Hatter.J K A K . "Six times six is thirty-six A l l and eight is ninety-two," sang ' 'ff , the Mad Hatter as he and Alice U Q92 rounded the corner at Fifth and 25 ,ii Green streets shortly after if I , ' downing their third coke, fthe l V , drink was getting under his i l ' hat.J J "Yes, yes I know," mur- Egg mured Alice. "But Ben Bolt, I mean Mr. Hatter, what is .this l place here. . N L A - "Oh that, that is the Delta V' ' ' Upsilon eating club, pay no ' YQ heed, "said the Hatter, "rather, gaze on this next building, where live the gg Psi Upsilon athletes. All athletes used to live at the D. U. house, but that was when Potsy Clark was in school. Now the Psi U's 'Z-ever hear of the , ancient custom of the Mohammedans? How they turn their faces to the il 5 f east at the call to prayer? Well that custom has been taken over by the , , 4 Psi U's. They hung' Dep's and Chuck Carney's pictures on the east wall 3. Q so they could include them too. They are noted for speedy pledging in the W summer time and that's about all. "Now on our left," fthey were 5- -ga ' turning toward John on Fourth street, , 'l "we behold the Chi Phrs. That is X I Sadie Sadler sneaking out the back U gig, 1 i i way, you'll understand why when you 1 , meet the Chi Phi's personally, which jiaagnif il ,S Allah forbid should happen. - !I5'iE'!'!A" Q! V., "The ancient barn like obstruction .ds!Q'Q?""'ii"fn F' rl' on our right at the top of the hill is the W ,ie F-:V i' V l Alpha Delta Phi menagerie. They sing Lf H. inf, N a song about "All Good Fellows live P"5v1-il ' 'liih 21 , ,Ii on John Street," but it was written yz--4-its i 1 kllgwai A , f N. lu. K gl after they moved up from Green. The L15-' A Q, Alpha Delts are famous for having had half of Theodore Roosevelt's, fkindly splitting honors with the Dekesl M and for having all of Chet Davis, which is considerable. Wyn Vail is an an IAN L X Five Hunrlrcri I"ifty-right - 711 ' l Q1-gg ig gg ILUQQ gQsaQiiaTgaQ:2LsaT'gsb SY Hs 5 Fi YA T T f i L4 ii IQ X A AT THE 1 1 Y I , ' X I I I as 12 , . ,.-IITWETPQEYL Wg, HIIQIEII, ry if . eff T , if-I I I I . A ' N Make Yllllf RESBIVBIIUII Nuw . 1 T ' U E1 li Q- . AT THE K1 1 , fly DELTA uPsu.oN House gf ai Eff ui VAN Five Hundred Fifzy-nm r 'I Th v f M, if' 542 omg 1929 Img.. NWT Z1 T if :Ei Alpha Delt and Max Hill is half Alpha Delt, the other half is Chi Omego, or was at the last report. The white-washed stones are pretty but they W4 if don't mean anything." S' fi F -qi "where that?" Alice inter- A rupted, "Did you speak?" A A "Oh yes, yes," returned the i ' , Hatter who had been abstract- A edly humming: bs Q "There lived a man in our town And he was wondrous wise ' Until he went stark staring mad 1 T Q l And joined the Delta Phi'e." l gi 4 "I was just about'to say Q that we would stand here a few F2 moments and gaze about fra- iii ternity row-Cpronounce that to rhyme like 'oh' not 'how.'J "Across the street we gaze on Qlet me whisperj the mauseoleum of 3. Delta.Kappa Epsilon. They are said to be strong in the east-rivaling yll Zeta Beta Tau in some precincts. They have been going strong for years, gig but with "Chaunce' Comstock and 'Gene' Schobinger out of school their 59 direction has been wrong. The Fletchers are Dekes but they spoil the Q record by also belonging to Sachem. W D.K.E., according to the brass escutch- W ' ' eon so proudly displayed on the chim- ef' mg ney, means Decayed Kinda Eiectively, ' " which, if you know Greek, says a A 355 mouthful. - ,PJ l ig: "Across from the Dekes are the V K Fiji's, the Permanently Gone Dead- P X I , 'P Oh! Pardon me, I mean the Phi Gamma I 1 l i Delta. They are guaranteed to turn 1 I out more ecclesiastics in one college il 5? generation than a Presbyterian Bible :gg -1 class will in a century. The boys used Gil W to throw their empty bottles on the ' I I V Phi Gam lawn until Don Erb got to col- t i N r lecting them to defray election expen- T 1' L - Ri ses. Tiny Foster is one of the biggest N- Q men in his class you know-and he's a Phi Gem. :fi "To the right of the Fiji's we see the near-southern academy of Alpha 3' 2' 'lx Fiivr Ilimrlrcll Sixty KG!! iii. r Y oT1.1L 1922 H1100 .d Z6Z'fQQwC6 Tau Omega. A Phi Gam once said, 'Ohl The Alpha Tau's are all right, IZ why they have one or two good men over there. Of course they -didn't FQ mean Rosaire. In fact I can't figure who they did mean. Tommy Clark W is an A. T. O. He is pretty well known about the campus. Tommy spent f his college days posing for pictures and the rest of his life regretting it. I The badge is a cross, signifying his attitude toward the chapter. On it are I All inscribed many letters all jumbled up, showing the state of inebriation of 55 the designer of the pin when he did the dirty work. R "Kitty corner we see the Sigma Chi house. Always address the i K boys there as Sig's, they don't like the appellation 'Sig Chi'-well who Q would? Its too darned identifying. 'Sig- ' ' ma chi-sigma chi, sing of her glories 4 ever! George Ade does, but George is a ig humorist, which may account for it. Don't forget-call the boys Sigs, it pleases them because in a crowd there might be some- H one who'd think they were Sigma Nu's, , . and not realize the horrible truth." ZS The Hatter tuned up and hummed ,ai softly: Q5 "Sing a song of six-pence Pocket full of rye l f If a cork will make you drunk fp Come join old Sigma Chi." M "We will now walk west. 'On our right is 'Delta Tau Delta, You are our only sheltah? That's one of their songs, 5 written since 'Boots' Ludwig went out of 'l A f business. He used to sheltah most of them K most of the time. Of this gang too little cannot be said. If I wanted to be I l sarcastic I'd say they were all Phi Beta Kappa material. John Prescott , is a Delt, he learned to run getting away from the gang so he could asso- ,J ciate with real fellows once in a while. Too bad he didn't learn before the if? Delts ever caught him. H1 "Now Alice, be prepared for a shock. I am pointing out 'The Green K House on John Street,' where the Sigma Nuts live. If you want any real I dope on that gang look at Peden who is standing on the porch with his I A "I" sweater on to help out the gang Then gaze at Mallers and Eton-then duck and run. "' "' "' "Whoa, let's catch our breath. This hut, rising Phoenix-like from the Illinois mud, is the Zeta Psi house. Rex Saffer and 'Cap' Crosby will tell us the latest stories if we stop-but we might run into 'Vic' Knight, qi W Five Hundred Sixty-one AX i I Q-X :,. 'mei'-Summa eT1,1pJ1922ILL1O K2 KY. 57:3 . or Scotty Green, so let's not tarry. l Q "Now, peep around this corner carefully. The Woolworth building you SI see is the Beta Theta Pi shanty. It houses K no less than 39 men, and no more, count . A K I 'em. The Beta's found they couldn't con- ' 'f I ft ,Ai trol the presidential election by a solid IU A Beta vote Cthey were three short of a , bs S2 majorityj so they began to,cut the num- R4 ber of members. Each chapter now can N o ii ' have only 39-but they go the limit. Here 1 L i they have 3815 if you count 'Fos' Poole 7 i l 4 at all. Beta Theta Pi usually tries to get I , h , half of the freshman class, but most o . x ig them seem to prefer lemon cream. ? gg "The grain elevator that now rises . Q before us is the town residence of a motley gang that rambled in from the W , . south many years ago-and then stopped rambling. We refer to Sigma gg Alpha Epsilon, signifying "Slow and Easy." They got William McKinley gg some years ago-fbut he joined for the same reason he joined the Elks, to A QQ carry the "solid" south. Sig Alph and B.P.O.E. have the same ideals any- 9 way. S.A.E. is strong in the south, they admit it. This is the gang that put Minerva on their badge to fool l ' T. A., but it doesn't mean any- M ' 5 A' thing else. Besides McKinley I they claim "Doc" Coolley, "Bob" E I 3 if W Violette and Howard. Bentley, vi their three other politicians. LW,1,w -5 "Kappa Sigma inhabits the i I . work shop on our left, Alice-A 'Keep I i L ' Q li q -i-7 Struggling' their name means, and , 7 N, I g 515:55 the gang has tried hard to live up K' 5:1 - ' ' to their name, but it seems hope- Q Iggy less. They were formed in 1100 i A K7 A ' B.C. by Horatio Alger or some f a i sx - Q X . such kidder. fTheir only proof to Yi 1 , this fact is their prehistoric-con- kv 1 ' ,.....".'2-l-. ditions at present.J This gang in- - S2 ' troduced the breakfast dance at his Illinois but the struggle was too i great. On the occasion of the first dance it is reported the Kappa Sigs alt: were 'all up for breakfast for the first time in their history. They went Q 'Al 1 Il fl li s ay: 'Ai I 1 V 1 amp, 1Q2Q ILLIO., 513 Fl! back to bed and haven't gotten awake yet." ' ' Q, The odd couple rounded the corner, passing up the confection of the SI .H , Phi Sigs and hurrying past the Kappa house slowed J ' their steps. I I , R I .97 T . "And here is Phi Kappa Psi. Oh! Alice, your I 1 311, x ' . mother would rave if she knew I brought you near M is X , ' A this place, but if we can dodge 'Pirk' Bass and 'Bill' ig "5 - . . Donahue we may get by safely. This gang knows P+? N the naughtiest stories, but then maybe that's be- l L I cause they live across from the Phi Kaps. Phi Psi l 2 , 0 isn't what it used to be. Not that itwas ever very 4 ' much, but you know Bert Ingwerson? Well, he L E used to hang out there, though he won't admit it I now. 553. "Across the street are the Phi Kappa Sigma's. 'Sag H What? Oh, nothing. I understand they have some ... H ' ' , , ' men in school now though. Yes, 'Pug' Ryan got by ' ZS ' 'Y-1 I and 'Danny' Bash still hangs around the Arcade gg now and then. Now, Alice, one mustn't talk of such things since the eighteenth amendment was passed, though Iwill admit if K' you are going to talk about it the Phi Kap 'house is the place. , "Way over in the woods back of us are the Phi Delta Theta and Chi H Beta boys. Nice boys too, I've heard. Yes, I get around quite a bit and M QQ I hear of things that no one else ever does, you know . "And the Theta Deltas and-Who? Tike? Oh, Teke. Yes, it seems gf to me I have beard of them-Walquist is a Teke isn't he? Well, .he's better Q ' known than the fraternity is, so it doesn"t count. And Chi Psi, didn't we p K talk about them? Oh, yes, that was Chi Phi .wasn't it? Well Chi Psi is , l ' in school, that's right. At least I think they are. Don't an bird named I I U Hullfish, oh, I don't mean-bird of course, ' . ' and another named Kaiser live there? A L 5 Well they slipped when they got that 552 pair. Must have pulled a Kappa Sig I and passed the pledge buttons instead """"..TZ".t'C3...2'?:l"' f of after dinner mints. Yes of course M-I-mmf3535-. ,nnlh , w IJ Swede Hellstrom does play football and ""F Q: ,4 other games, but then if he buried him- " ' ""n' "f "" "" "'0" M A' lg self its his own fault isn't it? H.-I A MA fm. A N"What's that you ask? The Theta Nu Epsilon house? Why Alice, don't you read 'good literature? Haven't y you seen Dean Clark's latest work. "How I Eradicated T.N.E. By Myself." H Five Hundred Sixty-three r I1 ' ' an 5 X H .img 12529 Hugo ip: A WE. in ii E415 1 If I can't imagine what you mean, unless of course you suggest that I take :fi you past the Phi Delta Phi house, which I wouldn't do to any girl." gi .wh -i . ,F1 At this juncture a deep purple settled down over the horizon. "That's I I the Sigma Pi's feeling blue over the cost of their Victorian hodge-podge," fx i i the Hatter said hurridly. "Let's home Alice, this place is terrible and the 1 if Sig Pi"s are worse. 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Q Q A k ' - l ' ' , Indiana Alpha-DePauw University f 1 . ' ' N No Irrru Rlcxmn , 3 ' 1 PHI KAPP PSI . W l U I , J ' A Ohio Alpha-,Ohio Wesleyan 'University W . Qt tg! The ollieial magazine ol the V No Lum Rzczmn A . ,gg 51: Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. --f-- ntl QM Published under the authorm, Ohio Beta-Wittenberg University I' l , l , il and direction of the Executive .. , N"vL"T'!R""m 1 Q Council ' ' Q in i l Q , Q . Kansas Alpha -University of Kansas " 1 y I Q P Q R d Q R Q se ice? I Nou-rru Rscuvlm N - Is Phi Ka a s en erm ea rv N . r 4 9 g my-.1 Ml:::0lll0 run. . Cmilrl ll 01' I Anna JIPTRFCT QQ Q h -...L " owa p a- mversxty o owa g Ei ' No Ln-rn Rncuvn Wi ,QQ Chwler Cvrmvondenu Q .. . .......... ,J ,T . Q- . . . L 4 433' ' ' ' ' ' 'Iowa Betd-Iowa State 'College 5,1 Washington Alpha UIIIVCFSIKV of Washington No nun Rumxn 615 W No l.rmsx Rncuvuv - Q Q - db Caliiomia'Beta-Leland Stanford University ' ' ' . No uma Rlczxvxn ' Q xx . ' .,,.,..4,.,4,..,,.1.... . Q , . A V Illinois Beth- University of Chicago - ' QQ QQ QQ . QQQQ 445 - - N0 Uffll R-mm ' A - QQ, ' illinois pcllnvupivenitl- of Illinuix I ,QQQQQ SQQQQQQ QQ -Qhfmf'jjjjTUNf"l""T" "P-""A'N""f , Q ' ' , , Illinoig Dclt:tQf4tartn hvr rushing season September lltth. Harold Wlu-nw 1-ninv lun-k lo lin- 1-lunptl-r-lmmc nut- -llxni dm- In St-l'+tt-nnlwr, tn I A Q Walker is ruQhQnng'chairrn:ui andQ has vrnrked faithfully throughout tlnml lt mm-ll lln- wnm- for tln- hurrhitl mt-ltlnlr-l'ol' lnlt .Tum-, lt mum-ti K I the summer. l't-rl: Bass has,stamtetlQhxtn and these: two buys have lmrul to ln-lla-vv tlmt hy th-lnlu-rQl' wt- wunltl-,luv prnuclly tllnphnzlny fourh-vu K J hnptl up :i good Qlnnt of Qprospects. Q ' ' pls-mlln-r.. Ifnnr ulslu-rn nf Umlvrun Glnnlnn Pills urn- wt-nrlmr lhc llltle- lnrnwn , , lite houscQn in excelent uondingn, dug to Qghe 'faq lghgg Dick lun. Allldrvd Ev:-nmh-, Clitunpullnu Knl.ln-rlnv Stulxlva,'Fuwli-r. Cnlnrnilu: ' 1 Evans Qhns lived there' throughout the glimmer null at all the Glulrv Mi-Qver, llllrluluml: 'nntl Svlvln Unwlliurrw. flult-nfru. Q'l'he ntlu-rn :gre hrothcrn know, Dick ccrtamly kt-rpg qvbrylhlng In gqgd qgnqiliqm llmutrlvt- Curvy, St. .lim-plz. Mlm-Isilznn: Etlnn Oulu-Q. lnu-pe-mul:-nrr. Kumar.: t . F Q lie in G, P, lor thu gaming ggmqqgr qmlmie all hglwyc he will lm Mlm- lla-rnn, linlh liiuuulrx, Knnmss City: Ida Ili-rrvn. Sl. Lnnlf-z Annu QE n worthy leader. Q Q 'Q llnlfx, Jullt-tr lilnrvnrv Jolnmm.'Di-IQMIII1-r. Clult-uno: 'l'In-inns Rlnrlnu. 5- QD x .4 Bun Ingwurppn it playing professional l,a,,f,,ll Wim Ml,,i,,i pi l.nnlslnnu.-Alo.i- Cunnln Vi-rt-or. lllghlnntl l'nrk. Wt- un- nlm glad ln wal- UQ! in me D1-lm lcamm lynn BQ Gaim. 5, nm, ,he Q,tm,mNI,,5umnce QQPOQQ noun- us nrmtlllllnlt- mt-mln-r, Iirnnvn-x Sl-rllt, -urn' gxt'Qtlt4e funxnla-rn nl I'xl 7,14 K-Z1 nt llarzfnrd, Comm, nml- W, li. Alclilrlrfwney is employed ai the 4""'l'l"'f '. ' ' Q ' Q . - Q 5 Simmqns llgmln-me Cm at 5gQQ lQm,i,Q 51,-,Q John gum is trying to -l'I4-lllrr tiny Inna ulwuyx lu-1-in u rngi'ulur'rlnl.'hr-rc. vqlllx 'zullv lwrllnlmn:-il bfi , K,-ow when on ml-ky Illgnnl, lnml M R0chl.l1cQ ' ' Q Q uutun pnplnlr up uml clown frutrrnllx' rnwl the mnrlmtnni-la fn l ni Imys throw- as , Q ,Q QM presml no plan, hm? Mm mme for hmmwminm lmrwe .han lull xvrpvnllne-. mul lt' 'zmuvrlul spirit uf lvnIn'nxlmilmiQ. Tlllx ,yn'nr,Q vtl'nrbt L Q R mform me alumni ,sQ5o,,,, as Q4 dennm. plalt 5, fmmcd fonslhin du, wt-rv uunlt- In lnxtlll n Itllv luw nml nrtler. lntn the- nl't1-rnnon. QA pnrmlt- Q hy the u,,i,.cr,hyQ . Q Q Q Q 'fnruwil nnil 'vnu-will-tl lin-nnvqllcnouxly in .lluv Dunlap Qfnrln. wluvrt' fltln-r ' Y Q . . Q . und tluuulnnm wt-ne wrvctl. Open lmnsc tlmt nllrlnt xlnnwetl llttlzr ltxtpruw- Q . . Q llommn A. Esau - . , . . . Q V Q, Q -C-q,,Q.QWQmdQ,M lm-nlf. fur runnin-rlwc vnlll-rs vlsltril nll tlm-,lmnwx to mngrnlulnle Qllir . Q ,L-Q,,,,, Q 1-llnluh-rr. lunl ilu- plviluu-r.. iluitlquisx Qlurlgmi-ntvun Un- Yum-lu nn yu-ll. Q Q K - Q Q ' - Q Q V ' 1 - QQ Q ' ' Qll'nQnrr nun' bum' grltlnlr' ninrffnlt-tllnm.xtnrlt-tl'ln nl lurnncln-n nt will-ln' 1 Q 4 Tennessee Delta -Qvandm-blk University ' . mag:-lly, untl wrt-rnl ol them nln-ntly xlnm' promlut- lu Ilterury nmlQ tlrnnnltlt' Q ' ' , No'-Lxi-ran Raczrvnu . ' ' 1' Q 'X .' ,' - ' , V ' 4' Q ' ' - Q Y . ' ' - ' ' ' l Wi- nn- lmtklng fnrwnnl lin mn- of tin- lttnxiutlt't'1'l4iflll yrnrx we lmvl' 4-vifr K I ' Q Q Q ' " . ' Q Q Q Q Q Q luutl. uint wlnlitluu In-st uf fnrtnm- tn ull nur ntlwr vhnlxlerx. l - , . 4 lQ, 4Wxscongm Alpha-University of Wisconsin. . Q ' , ' ' ' 5"""-"1'!E- QQ Q' Q ' l A Q Q No Lmu Rmmvm Q Q - . Q Q Q . um . tfvsnn 1. L . -- ' - ' .' ' ' ' '. - f'I "Q Q QQ Q .- .0. si ' Virginia Alplm--University of, Virginia - Q , ' ' ' NolJt1'l1.lRI:tlrvlD' K ' ' ' - ' H ' ' I at ' 'Q ' - - V ' QQ Q - Q nm' wilful ' "wit-rt"lt rQQl1lnu1eQthnt T knnw' Q Y I l l - "' 7 .- ' ' ' ' Q2Q Qt-rnu 1 -r . ' . Virginia Bom -QQQtQVQrtsl1lngtQ?n :mtl Le? University N Q N QMQQQQQQQ ,Q'QQQQ,QQ?"'S,QQQQ:"'.Qi::QEQ:QQmQQ PIQIQ ' KTTH ICIIVIU' ' Y ' , 1 ' .mnerxrlu n imc ' V - - - ' - ' I-Sven' frrulunuii :infra plnn " ' l , N Q -"-"T Q Q Q lfnr it hid taQQlnln Gamma Phi. '4 -X, Y' Q l Q ' 'THXRD DISTRICT ' . ' Q ' ' And etwli nnll-ovary mlgu- Q. Q Q4 P' 1 . Q QQQ 1: A '- I ' ' ' - ' k . A -' 3:2 ,... .., -....Q.fQ.,f,.w.. . Q , n gnnaylvnmn Alph'xQQ:2Qlsl1Qingtqn mul QJeft'orsonQ Collegg ,Q Q Q CQQQQQN QQMQQQQQQQ QQMQHQQQ Q Q . K W ' Q Q N Q Tfll RUGQ Will Q '. Q- '. QQ , On tim! lnurn wlwn Blurkultrdfto rllnr. ' , 1 Q1 - ' Q X Q , Q Q Hill: n lnQgQnml n ltl-tn ' . 4 r- l l Q . ,V Q - V Q , film In r-ln med un It als, f' Q . Pennsylvgnna Beta --wAllegheny'College Q Q ru the lm-xl chu tt-r.Eln. ,. 4 fag u 'Styli '. , Ng,1,,,-mR,gmg,QQ f 3 , . 1. 01am-mmm: lim., - - QE, t LM Q , :Q 'Q -','jQ, Q li .' - . t Q: QQ Q 7 Q. Qllc-nr nlgl Gnmnui Pltl lit-taunt mine." - L12 e . W li" it ' Q fol' V fi 1 Q - Q , ' ww Q ' Q4 is Q ill 'lil Fwe Hundred Sixty-'nine , nf 74 l'4' Q ' , f , V 1 fv- - -. -v.r-61 "4 'f' rf? ' ' ' "' ' ' W' ' "'5! 4' "9"9"5-Y ' N'-WIQB-f SQ'-unity' ' PA , in - Q IM omg 52 HQ QILLI ., 3 - S in ' Sw. .1 6 I KW, 5 'F r ' ,Q i 'NS l rf Q if '65 33 E7 5 l 1 W .i A 1-4 9 if We Y l If rg ,, Finn 3 Vt Tdmff-2'9H" VC , 5 'W g-f -Q , 2' L- 'QM- A 4- Jmgiijgg ILLIQQ W W1 ! . ,E Bl: " N 34 R I I2 fi 59: 1 I Y v I Y ' 1 ,fi ,,,. , 4 W 95' W ,N 5:1 H H Q 1 E N M Aljivlx l'-1un':qrx,0l K l F 1 lf? 1 1 I , V, lull r ann :hal Af u funn- lf ll I: ng luln in rolhamiu. Mr f' has rf af which muduulvlrd? ramp: N f " ' 1 .v d I mrr,z10Q-gr. ui.1'. null: mn nu Im hu. X4 -' 0 - ,,,.X1....J ,--55?-f773Ew?,i' ' .x ' , ' . -, 4"',Sf'-153rf- 'p Talk phu1+ 6,lfAiiqffv,ju5L4 W A Na We ,Sho bi, KW? F I 5 '- 'fe'1" afW'H QT -M Slv. -whf KK .-wudg -hw? as as - ' ms P"Q4"""4MY'-. '1S'm.sN 'wa3v'iS'i'vxfnv'i5?n'f5'NL I H ,M 'AN Five Hundred Seventy-one . r '1 ff --- ' -f - - f.Q Q..1D -r 1 'ir 2-...af 'T ' "f 692um1s4e-,-,gsf. vmcza'i-u:,.,i2aCCfZ9E,.::.Q3:c:vmms,A .u,: 43 f UI 4 iw U27 M1 1 9 Q Q I L UQ Ol , 36 n A ' The Tomahatqk - Alpha Sigma Phi is well represented in various campus activi- ff ' gl H ties. Brother Bill Cleworth is president of the Railway Club and , A business mana er of the "Te hno ra h" and Brother Jimmie I ' l If Clark is Advertising Managerwofnthue Hoof andu-I-IornAC1ub. Inci- A Gia l ,f3ud" is ke 'Y I limi V EIA ' A I ' w if P ' l 1 5 . WHAT CONGRESS IS FOR - , r! img . THOMAS ARKLE CLARK E I VVort'1y Grand Chief V I A Z4 ggi GM- Knows THAT 'Roi' bsN'T'.HE - ':S'oS1- -Know EvERrT,HWG? K? v What a.,pledge gains in sorority life of Alpha Xi Delta. M 83 I .cannot be very well recounted I A I I I you sm b 'Ti I7 M F A I . 1 fl fi - U ' . ' . A THE JOYS OF BEING AN ALPHA XI DELTA - - NURSE H I V, . - , - I.Neck,MQ C',qmAQK ANI: 'BQB 'RG'-HND-A EI' fm .H , . .. ,i.,, ., s, in . V V l h l , lgp r If I,-had ninety' 'll' -. ' I I , I. , I -f i HI . For wry moss: golrzisxlifuhs . , , To make one mouth do so much work, I A Pd waftffenlfllousand kisses true 2 Th-at art 1 havenit mothemdi ' E". F5 1 To!ev'ry Alphasgs. u ' 1 S0 US? Your fancy, and -.pretelid ' ' ff: 'eg I . A 4 ' al I In kxssesyou are smothered. if 1 Vp I I Alas, of mouths I h fb ' ' V I T I I i ' ' p , ' J I lfzrhough mars byaiiziriaiigeimanxp f A E A C" N f 9 5 5 e S li N ' V HOW my sch ld , 1 'A t .,ev::'1:,.,"::'a.,fm'y ww we 'PFW it B . set A. 'I lp -i-'tettQ' I 1 'T V+' Am rs' IT to fv .Q . 52 -1 I . ' A A . 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A xl'-54:2 x V 'V ' 0 1- ' o ' Q jr- . , - -f'ff1- -' SM1IG1R'Conf,femP'f:?'.f I la'mjDaf" :gags ffebnefs Hu's,bAn.1 ' f fu.Q.., you Wn.Qm'g' f BYE we kbd-IQ' Lloyff Uhmffe Y of me 'Lama 1 sevevmddn I I one vf- those ' it Dollev- Sm'x+y Q2 Tn U6 boys V yn who as -mw f 1 N QMPQY-H-hA+in-' -, We C973' - C0464 "' 5 Akvfi- 'fha' . sweej- f'5 I Il ll d Seventy-fam' ggzk 1 if l v V ri' ' " ' """"'62'i5"-W"'Q Tr' 7 I-I I 'I I 'I' """'1'!"5""""f"" Y' ' 5325 J 1 -M-fb . - - I PM DTI-lL192'2 ILLIOQ Alf-Wfvxi - - .- fe- f lil? l 1 IE ff! 5-1 .VI . K , Q A R . i A No man can get real happiness in life unless he is l l li' like me, Lionskin Pearlman. Don't be an Ingersol in ilk is I an Elgin case. Where's the joy in an elegant dental as if display if knock-knees, chill blaines, or a stomach-ache PL' ix! prevent their proper functioning? i i What is it that wakes you up in the middle of a i Y I lecture? Have you a cauliflower ear or a double chin, i 1 ' one that has to be coddled like a last year's debutante? 4 If you have g '22 E31 I . F3 PUT YOUR ENGINE IN ORDER. 'iE?' - Don't rattle through life with an engine that Q knocks and rattles. Be a sight for sore eyes, a joy Q E to the feminine glance. Be like me, Lionskin Pearl- j ' ' man. Be a pride to your fraternity. U ' ' ZS Don't mistake me for my rival, Sworboarder. Pills gs may make you fight but they won't make you fit. he PEARLMANISM l X is the science of good looks and robust health. Take in ' ' my advice and you won't have to run for Senior Presi- I A dent to get a reputation. i Q Send for my VZ VERY FREE BOOKLET . . . . 1 I Q "How to Kill Time in the Classroom." f Which will tell you all about the Alpha Phi chap- ' ter.of T.N.E. fwhich I didn't belong toj and how to f l apply cosmetics. i ' I LIONSKIN PEARLMAN 4 1 I is CUT IT OUT! AND MAIL THIS COUPON. lag, sl. En., Uses, ,,s,, W .,,,, . cs.. xi DEAR Mn. PEARLMAN: N E, V Please send mc your book. Oh. please! I want to get terribly strong. honest I rlo. I have enclosed ' more stamps than you asked me to. because they are slightly canceled. You won't mind. will you? I have marked KXJ before the subject in which I am interested. N r , ............ Colds ............ Falling barometer ............ Deformity ............ Other had hubiis .......,.... S'll' hose .........,..Hot-Neck ............Disordered hair ............Torpid feel ............Shurt wiwl ,.....,....Lightin1: X1 ,..........,StiB' collar ...,........Flat eyes .......,....Round wuists .........,..Stem wind .........,.Ignition ' Na r ..,,.................... ......,...,,.,....,.,, ......... ......,............4,....i............. ..........,........,...,..,... ...,...........,..,.., ' ,Q Refiiiess ...,..................... ..... ........ ......... ...............,.,... 5 - .-ml 1 ,- ..........,................ ,.,..........,......... 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HAm.r.s Cfmnom. 'mmus ,xnxmz u1,ARK, I .1AconqZr: ifLYEQj 74 +- - ' V i UE 5' 68 - rw nrt? ' . .,MM 1 -.lj "J, 1 " ' nil? Q a U ik QE W ww M Five Ilumirud Seventy-seven 1 31-, ,..,..- . 1 ' W fel! 'Vlzic' , FR 43- 37. -.5 -' ,. , - " f Q ' ::?f'jf7 ' yf?- , ' ---- - - - H- V 54- if-f -I-,--. A171133 ,..,.,. .,.,::.:-,:,...-..- 1' 1 ' . 'T . . M 1 ..,,. y-, .' Www, f' ,-fm'--. N '-zt:.1:g i,f,.f, 'if-EZ, ,.-z 7'4":-"' -. ' 'x"""' ,JTC ,. ' HT , 1fffg!?i:? D 7 Y--314- -ik -- V A ' A'Y Y .L ,. Wav, ir. 1 Q?tWz Z?.Q'-"-Sls..""'-S'E oTI,1E1Q2'2 HMO - - J -4- - '- 5 - 4-L ' -4. L . . .E .F lip y 4 Q , F Q ' 5' .H . fl x I 1 1 ' 1 I ll ll ly 5, i l I, li 4 l :- iff 1 'M e - ' i Q s 53 , . Intimate photograph of the active chapter on December 21,.1920, im- . ZS mediately after receiving the K.O. at the hands of Dean T. A. Clark. CSee IM ,ss ' "How I Eradicated T.N.E." by Big Chief T. A. Clark in the A.T.O. Palmj . ' The mysterious three lawyers are seen in the foregronud. b i f . I lil F lEdltor's Note: Claims by Phi Gamma Delta that the above is a picture of an active chapter meeting , l of' Delta Kappa Epsilon, have not been verified. We still maintain our firm belief that there is no active , Q wb . chapter of that fraternity, therefore it couldn't bel. W ' 5 xg I MEMBERS IN 'UNIVERSITY . ' ' 4 i 1 R I 1 Not present for photography' I L I e I I p i , , Too NUMEROUS TO MENTION. in I' ' A I ' ' . ' "Q 55? In fact the only man in the .senior class who doesn't belong, or is K' li absolutely known not to belong, is Howard Bentley, who is a politician. f p U . . R: ,g . 5 jg ." At the last moment. as the presses were grinding off the final page of the '22 Illio, a member of pda T.N.E. rfdefunctl dashed into the office and informed us that Jimmy Bliss, seen in the accompanying ,iq , photograph, is not a member. "Well," we said, "you aren't either-anymore, are you '!" F . G ' . - 'IIT 'AY Five 'Hundred Seventy-eight lb Ill ' i ,-.. , , Zf f. f .uf , T swf -,v r n ,,,: , x we Om ,922 W--H-" lvl it 9 Q , M A3 7 iw an T "'1 I VZ 9 43 Fi fl:-e WI tl ,IF xxx' 1 V515 532 315' -1 an ll T. r 53 lil 1 I , w ii llii V'I Ms 624 is will if . , 4, ,. M... . 1 , 4,1 ,,.V ,. SM, at alauezira amz SBQQHETNY QM .amiema 7153? DONNA PYKE ALYCE CAMERON A-2 GEORGIA DIEFENDEREER HUCKENA SAWYER ig: QQ JOHANNA DEPLER GEORGIA GILBERT BOYDETTE BULLOCK LARRY-ANN SIMPSON DONNA TAZE SADIE SADLER lv! WILMETTA LOCKWOOD HERBINA EWINGW QUT - A and others. ' ' . li means not in good standing. hp This organization was founded in the summer of 1920 by a little group of ardent Q5 sympathizers who volunteered to re-decorate the interior of the Kappa Alpha Theta house and did so. In token of their appreciatlon the sisters gave the boys a dinner, 337.3 cooked by themselves fthe sistersl. After the meal organization was completed and 5 those able to stand and appear pleasant were photographed. Q l W 'LN I 3 fill, TAU 'FAU' DELTA grail lffif' CSIGNIFYING: THOSE THAT DIDN'TJ ,151 lf :xl This fraternity was founded in 1921 by "Cap" Crosby and "Chuck" Carney when DH they found Theta Nu Epsilon was gone and Iwff GA' their last chance to make it had gone Q with it. liwflifg 'gf 'YQTE Chapters-One fthat's enoughj. ' Liga Active members: freading clock-wisej. gg Jimmy McKamy, Bill Donahue, Bob Fletch- QA, er, Fos Poole, Chuck Carney, Scotty ,ml ,LE Greene, Merve Coates, Chet Davis, Cap Crosby and last but far from least Red "Lambda Tau Rho" Hodgson. if Five l'I1mdra'rl Svvmzty-:zinc N rtexqgig-1:'j:"" nf' i ,V K, ,Q N '35 A - g., 5-E,',5:.:' - 4 f - N, ,, , f ' ' Pg ',-Li??'f5F:f?Mpg-,.-,: sa 1 ri C?IiI:1Ei62'2 ILUQQ 55 if " f PHIDBLTATHBTA. f'. if . " ' . K lxrh MN 4-N rj. , 2 yy ,V ' H A Wi' ix 'T'l.,..J. :IL-1g-,l N-... A1104 If Q-. -441- x ' ,1 , A H SQ 3 :Qc W 71 . 1 i V A Y 5 72, AA F95 Q? M K3 . WJ 52? ki F , A tl If '1 51 . In Y l f I ri Q: 'H K' ,zz - P54 A M Q 1 l' 1, 'lun ' , k ' Five Hundred Eighty AX QTIZIL 1622 ILLIO5 22 SE 3 x - JCMWQQ A,-CQ, M r X ' 1 'A Lfif-'55f...,?lW Aw PWSCP i 11 ,S 24 3.'C1fm6Lud 54:42 ANP X GLW ' ' Qvux it - 1 Q X ixlf- CPVJA q ff r X ' BMMW iw, 5 W L X Q7JLL4x..a..v,,Q,O CPKZQ aw wwf I Y' L - H W' ,sq V' . QNHWWW 9-wife' gi r-' ' 0SD6C+5 SEOKH WJ!-XNUHRVY Crew-sn 7' 'T"XlS,'0fQo.v reyggdgv 'IS 1 VL: Que-1:14 Lyflg 4, tjika' I Q N O EP G-, cv-.uf L H5 +7 ,1-., ,M as C1 ,Rf ab? N Le Pen Ye 'her' avr u 5 ly. as , Ofkw M ,,.. 3l L+?f Lib ww if ' Five Hu'nd'red Eighty-one Y, I , Digg 1529 M100 N1 W1 .E if , He! Sa! sz I l Si .u 53 J if A j A i w I All 'xl A HEAR YE! HEAR YE! bs ijaj- H5-6 gy The grand march of il 1' the grand Senior Ball is ll L I about to begin. Misto l I Sadler and Isabelle "the ll Q Wop" will now join my F3 hands and start the ' promenade. as HEAR YE! HEAR YE! Kll ll H 65 " SY I fb? fill lg R vq P 4 if E' 1' 9525! if? 'if "" 'N if ' i 1 9 4 N S N r , I K1 'EJ Chas. E. Keck, '21, chi . j 'I ink 'H Phi's greatest little ,435 K " K' U personal publicity man. gh, 'I 53 ' .iili 1 Fi I ll fl fl 1 gl 5 VAX a- ff .1 'T' ' 'VF if' ' ' W Y T vi Yvr Y I '-i' 1 v'v'-if-'v ' QTHQ, 1922 ILLIQQ Ad iQ'ZfQmmCQ 5, JE . :ig Q Delfqffbhn 'WERE HRE S, .M HNNQ-mces WAYS NW 5 -BHDGE5 fig A 3 BRE New OF I A ,jj p 'BEwo WORN Gerrorffi- F f 4 E - ON , " W5 tk' Q EVENHNG clofwfs TMMAYXNJNU. , 1 4 fd-.QaM1' wma 1.51, iw y' fx w.e,MA KM ans fly f , A 'UMM W-1 l 1 Y 1 . -3 'aqsohqx QJVQ-ffgsmg SEQMS 'G 1 4 1,2 A g.rspecm+y In Q' - The , C5121-5:26 INtb.'Yvx4uw,t!3 FU ' J Mx W 'hum V3 I1 Kwai.. H ftby.. ID. W Q f ,, KL' 1. KS in o-:lol-slr-Q , gg ,-,L G1R1S?D . F. .i 'X 1MAX1uu.t1. 'R .. A EL .. W BE,-ov, D T The INTIMHTE W ' we vsesefwf THOTO BE'-0-'U W5 M .n'Bud" ' and Y w "HAWK" H"Nf'S" of ' E13 pup -uw wh "Benny 2 me BEAST " 1 MW- WW 'M 'I 4 2 th h m4 a 4? rn 'G X W Q,rW:1.W"...mfrz..,:,iS D f I 1 ' P Recocfmze THE HOME? I 1 "UN,QE,3S1T1 C.YUC??" X4 LJ X 'KES wt 'i.M"nK So'f'oo. Er' W , if -1CReQ" CYQQNRFT' as W pgmoN.sT'RHTaNG- I ' f -V, pq. SHERMHN THAT ,f 1 A .SuMETlMES MEANS ' Ml-N-LS s E VEN. ww fb Five Illmdrcd Eighty-three ', ' ff Q4 I , ,.-. v... "V T625 .img i622 Img PT? NW W AE ,. FQ? VI F9 Q'-E S ,.w if T a 1 fa M 55 23 3 1 if r i , V ' 4 Q Fi 231 w gg Q , . . 4 RE O l 4 .lla 35:3 . , 'fri 3: I -.-. ' , - . :gy ggi N +m the A49 " :F-IQUR Je Las --4 5-'J , X , my Ill? 'f V2 2 H ILIn1'1-lqqlwtx-:ily Qu: buficsl mzup in the huugu ifg Q iq ' - fmb IOIEIHLII, ll, fm-nvr:ll lilwixwss. Besides P X lullts xxcingle-1111? wail: hcl ls: Coloncl of thu Lmvcr- ' eulsb- 4 I sa y rngmc, '.4J,",C,5 l'--,-'1- 1 f IW 1 g 1 , Hilllrlllil Sigma: X l'Ev.-q'ali'm lID:lJI'1l ' I N L 4 zu cl lUL'll'lIK'1' nl' . :l-X "un-lizu, 'I'riIw of Iiliui L ' Avg . l u I - - :ur-I .Mlm-lphic: jun plcrlgczl I'i Dcllzn linsilonr - M . V hcfrilcr of lfui Hicslcriy Funcing Cll2lI1ll7il!HlSl'IilJ, 'GMA L' W , 1 M W1 l.SCL'0l14 na Srozusworrl: on th' V41-' f MQG? 1 , blillylllg :md Bljmdsworrl 'll-nms: C!1Zir1ls:::1sIm3 ,vm ' -'1 ' Avlllllnry Hal! L.0l!llYliHL'Cl 'ox-ofTiciu C'lmi,-mm, F' xx 'Vg l::ulct-'Ilnp F.0ll!llIlllC01 C'l1:1irnmn of '24 lfmsh A lf1 W V FEI!! :1"l1lil1:lia'?g: UI: Sy: IIQIIIU-Ciilllillg-C0ll'lI'llil- ' y gt iw 1 um' :m ,nnnmttvcg nu-1 IIDCI' of tl c J r X blllrlulll C UEIIICII 'ull ' fllw pr: Uifoylzlln-rig W oh X ' 'hi 'N Q1'2EL.'f9' '3f'if15l1',15.Zl 'Ti ETL ,II1'ffJI", Q "'f.," ' - -A v Q- -'- ' s' ' J 1114101 ny IC .om- " 1 Ijll'!'l'C 5HlIlk'l.llS.. "Hgh" ins the first cflitor :mul at-ig I A lrum ull Vll'flt.'Illl4HlS ll wall he sumc magazine. U 1 :S -'Xml ye! "Hub" is :nu "A" student. QM E - IA , -2.7 is , rg: wil: ' "V"vs. Y- W 4, - -QV vrv A-Y A- -Y -W .4 ' cm. "non" A V 64 U U4 ii jfffggq Fim: Ilumlrwl Eighty-fmw I 442592 ,P Pfw ei ixf. , , , , ,W ff Y-.-:p.5 , , W Y N .,.,.,..,,..,,. .,,.. y. -ff ':'f'Q w -..- - Q1 -vrvr. ,.z NWS. . Y, " 4' t, v - A faaiiv ag-X' f Y T ,Y JT111p,1Qp2Q m1Og M BE if Q J .4 S1 F if 53 A K A .14 V Q4 H if RY fe? Q V-Q 2:24 .5 W , ki 1 22 rw ff V N' ,g 3 . I Five Hundred Eighty-Jive as 'A Y 1 P1 qgugwwkof: :fwzg .gm lam MO ' ll E L . gym' Nom , : ' 8' V STUDINTB' Hanna , 27 Ke V ' :F 'four Q ! v'g1y,. fri' ' ,, Y. I JANU 00K - - yv ' - ' ' n1fVn:ulf,,1' 1' ' , o' :'. ' vt' ARY,-1gg1 . , a 3 - ' "LM ' - . ' 5""f"'-" T iii ' fn Q, 4 3- VA 1 I 1' I . ' - in , ix .F W T., S 2 oz A .4 ,wwf-4f A' + o A - " awk-W WE Z: I 1 fi on if X ' ' V J ' - ooronnn.-mo o' Q .Xgo 5 ,if SSM' W-1-n , I Z U o fur n o ' b'-' QA -x . if if Q fx fr f of .s ' of Q ' o 1 i' n0""Y- ' A s ffi ' ' IAN -s , , Q. on U Ce 120 Say the 22 tw VA ...-1. F iiifi- " Ah' Pefmsffuus gs QQ fog V f 1' o I ntroduoe Olga E, 1 .,,, Axiid' A Nilson, Chicago, 35 KY! -V -A4411 434' i,U'1OUI'S of. cred1't.,nnrg W1 if n 'ztrmf 'L M ohms, who resides if n . ini'-1-f "-"L pat the Alpha nelmo, 5 , o fww- MW ,vsinalzgsziszhsz f .- U if rgygf' I '11 if n PM 13413-"lf."11g6OPifelf1'fsy,tthe oluecu V 'o 50,14 q,,,,9n-mea, I er' ender desi ' N og gg.Jw4-'Mis Hugh Fer- uson 5,1 nl ' S P Ii' fwegmay If g HY Y ' -. o g...Ag 6 'f n ' oussinghim for 811 f M '14 I , -ootbnll:-licigsgfn at AIU' Arbori A we knowl and pI'es1d"f bfi F? 3 f 'MJ-ff Entiof tge American gf j 2 g on. S5 On. or- the rest, ll I - 1, ' 'J -K o 'QM Q:tBMJLf1 wd-W! , read for yoirself r p M , ,f KA V' 9 ' , IW' --1-W-V M--,v,A,,,,,..a-yf 1 .-H' - , W. .-.,. km QT-'ne above record, notes from 8 student hand book rg ,was obioained only after' a half hour 'of holding Q2 ,hands with one of the A.D. Pi Sisters, but it 418 obQr311PP?o'Hf1CF- n ,noo n - 4:1 BE Five Hundred Eighty-six in :W PM Hae""g X 2' 'Id 77 91' Zz1iS 131 X Xe! if? Qyfigiijgg Img. N-I ka .E ,E WANTS- kg If you want to laugh, turn backward ' If you want to stroll, turn farther backward . ' K If you have the love of Beauty, you have passed it A K But if y6u have wants unsatisfied, the following pages will 1 . 1 be of unusual use to you. 1 -l ll b. rg . , . 'Q INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Sf .fig A craig, T. H.-Jewelry ..,............n.................... 597 ' 4, ' Crofoot Nielsen :Sz Co.-Blue Prints 618 l ' , Alexaflder Lumber C0 """""""--- '--"-'-'--- 6 15 Cunningham Bros.-Druggists ............ 635 l ' American Cabinet CP ""'"''"""'-'-"""----A------' 642 Cushman Co., Inc.-Tools ......,. ................... 6 62 W American Dry Cleaning Co ...................... 605 4 American Seating Co .......,...................... . ..,.,. 624 D he kg American Terra Cotta 81 Ceramics Davis Sz Kreeger-Decorators ............... 630 all 6 Amegifzh ---- ----- ------ ---'--w--4-------'--'------------------ g 1lgearbornGChemical Co .................................. g24 '2f"' 9 01' S ---4------------4--4------------'--- ecatur arage ...................................................... 99 'if' as B Deere gl Co.-Farm Machinery ............... 625 H Deisel-Wemmer Co.-Cigars ....,............. 626 H Bacon. T- M. Ka Sons-Decorators .----- 639 DelPrado Hotel ...........,......,.,..........i.............i........ 630 . . Becktold' Printing Sz Binding Co .......... 665 Derrough gl M00re...Sheet Metal . . ,N Berryman. Wm--Bakery, ---------.--.-----f , ff-- 5 97 Works ......,..,.....i............,..............................,...... fly i BCSIY, Chas- H- C0--M111 31 Rall' Dillavou, E.-Farm Machinery... M Dixie Music House .....................,....................... road Supplies .....,.......................................... 626 663 , 626 B1dWe11'S Better Candy 511013 ----------'------- Duncan, H. F.-Photographer ............... 616 632 B4 B4 Bowman, R- L--Jewelry -------------'---------------- Duncan Rug Co .................................................... .. B1'00kS B1'0'0he1'S-Clothiers -'--'-.'-.--.--4-- Dwight Bros. Paper Co ........,. ...........,...,.... . .. E Buehler Brothers-Meat Markets ,..... Bureau of Engraving ....................................... 611 639 U 661 lk 2 Brevoort Hotel ..,.................................,..,.............. Dockstader gl Sandberg-..C10thierSm W 613 664 605 5 Burton, O. K.-Rei? Estate ..................... Eisner Grocery C0 """""' """"' 2 Elite Sweet Sho ................,......... ......... ,4 Cable Piano Co ................................,.........,............ 628 Fetting Jewelry CQ., A, H ,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 619 4 CaP1'0U, H- S--IHSUFRHCG .---.--.-----.--.--.-..--.. 660 Foster, P. D.-Planing Mill ..................... 623 Pl ' Carpenter, Ge0- B- Xl C0--Rai11'0ad Franks, Thos. Kz Son-Florists ............ 610 R 5 C Suppliesi ........ ............... ......................... 6 12 G P , arpenter, . .- usic nstructor Garlock Packing co 643 4 I and Tunei ...... . .....,.......l................................, 608 Gehrigbs Cafeteria 619 I 1 Carson, T. J. Tailor ....................i.................. 597 G h k Ch H B k 634 . Cave Barber Shop ................................. 5 .....,........ 626 Gghznz Claims Sgpa ery """""""""""" 644 A 1' Lit Cem5fiL.S?3Ei1i...E?: .,.,... F .ifrfhifif ...... 5 .30 geaefal gwgric go .--- -.,l..-l ,-,-, ,E 589 5, Q05 Central Camera Co ....................,...................... 617 1 'gg 0" ' '- Des 653 fi .-1 Champaign Coca Cola Bottling. C0 'l.. 638 G ld. FOSET? ...........................,..............,........... 660 r- NQ Champaign Ice Cream Co ......................... 634 G0 d1e.h Yre """"""" " """""" 641 'fi ' Champaign National B'ank ........,............... 638 Goo HCT ran? 0 """" - """"""' """"' 5 9 7 i rl Sanitary C0 illll .'."A l ERR 0 ..........,................................ ......... 6 X Si2S55LgnRf.5l3'332?..lY?f.?f..f.?.i111111i12 222 Guild, Lois-Photographer ----"'--'--------l-'-'- 593 ' 1 A Chicago Bridge Sz Iron Works ,............., 638 H K' Chicago Market ................................................... 602 Harris, D. E.-Candies ................................. P7 Citizens State Bank ..........,............................... 660 Harvard Co.-Dentist's Supplies ......... 31 .42 Columbian .Hotel .............,..,.................................. 61-5 Havens Sisters-Beauty Parlor ............ ' 622 "4 I f N Colvin, T. J. Ez Son-Meat Market... Howse, L. K.-Fruits 8z Vegetables... I 1 635 Co-Op-University Supplies ....,................ 656 Huff, S. E.-Lumber ................,...................... Cort Billiard Parlors ....................................... 640 Hulett, R. W.--Doctor .................................... W 608 I4 637 R 662 Q Columbia Quarry Co ........................................ Higgins, Chas. M. A2 Co.-Inks ............ 3154 0 dbg 645 fi 615 IAN p mm- llimaf-.fd Idighty-srvrn 'Ai ' .W I . . 'l ' ' s--i-'- - gm-D -: it-ee.- -T-su55s7-"'N14alZafA Qliasmsaeawanfamv - QQHQPLQXQQE-,..aQz:e:vkun4,..4a5:14. 4.4. .Q V' ' "T" "" '-ix'1"1r"' """1'il' T :rv AY A ' I' ""' fwrsr ' 'S--V' ' 'V 1:?.,.. , IL4 QTLIMQQQ 15416100 .rl . . - , -...?..... . . ' p l l F l QQ Hunter, Wood 8x Co.-Coal .......,.............,.. 640 Percival-Kirkpatrick Co.-Hard- 2:2 I ware ..........,......................................,................,.. Su! Idol Inn ...................,.....................,.............. .......... 6 60 Pitzenbarger at Flynn-Tailors """""" IZ Illinois Telephone Portable Elevator .Co .................... 1 ................... Ge Illinois Traction System .............................. 649 Post go" Ffederlck-Drawmg In' . Illinois Trust sz Savings S rumen S ...................................................... , ,X Indianapolis Engraving Kz Electro- R A t ' typmg C0- ----A--- f---------------------'-------' -----------'--- 6 4 3 Railton 8: Co., B. A.-Grocers ............... I , Inman Hotel .............. ' .............................................. 6 31 Randolph Hotel .I..-.UUU-.,,..,.,..-ll-DAI,.,.,..,'.-.,'.,,.,,.... I J Review Printing Sz Stationery Co ....... ,Af Jefferson Hotel ....................................................,. 633 ge7if01'dTlf5 Keldef-Clothiefs '----------------- E j' J 11 -M '11 C I -...Uluql.I..-nn-.,.',',',.........-...'-. 64 ia to eatre ...................................................... 52 Jgh:Sen,a15YlGfeo-iUph01Ste1-ing ","'.'.'-' 665 Ritter Dental Co .,............................................... 35 i 1 Roberts 8z Grant-Meat Market ............ VI , ' i K Rose Costume Co ........................................,........ ' 1 I gancgyfs Bgrblelr Ehgp .....,.......,......................... 619 Roszell Candy Co ............,.................................... l I A au man, . . on ......,............................. 661 S K 1 Kawneer Co. ..............................................,............. 609 , , x ' Keufel gl EsserTDraWing Instru, Schmidt, Rob t--Costumer ........................ 4 ments .................................................................. 619 Schollllzv Fritz gl C0--Costumef -'------- D M Kuhn, Jos. 62 Co .......,..,..,..,..........,..,....,................ 652 Schrldde C0-f Wm--Trophies --'---------'-- PU is Schuler Bros. Confectionery ..................... QQ -My . ' L Scott's Grocery ...................................................... l 57, Lammert Sz Mann-Engineers ............... 649 Silver Moon Restaurant .................... ........ X 'K W Lewis, W. Sz Co.-Dep't Store ,......... ........ 6 22 Smith Ice Co ........................................... ........ W ll M Smith KL Picard--Meats ,....,..,...... .....,.. I I ' I McBf0pm'S Restaurant l-----.f..i.- . i.-...i.-.----i---. 597 3Bi3?5i.fQ,SEE352h32331111111113311111121 Q Mcclamf Mary Ellen-Dancing In' Spies Brothers-Jewelry .............................. Q ......................... Strauch, B', :Ah-Photo Supplies ............ Q9 M . g ' . '-""""""""""'" Shellabargers Sons, W. L.-Garage 9 X4 agfnre Studlo-Photographers --'--------- 604 Student Supply Store .................................... NJ " lingarinello Shop ,L ............................ 2 ....................... 614 Swanne1l,'H' ge S0n-DruggistS ...-.-.'..'. -- K ! arlner KL Hoskins-Chemists ....,.......... 641 T KU Meads Cafeteria ..... . ..............,........................... 623 ' ' Matheny, F. E.-Cigars ..................,..,........ 652 Taylor Hardware Co ........................................ ,Q Metzler Ez Schafer-Groceries ............... 623 Thomas gl Clarke ...........,.........................,.....,.... pq W Mehrmg 8z .Hanson ............................................. 632 Thornhill, J. A.-Confectionery ........,... W tag Michigan. S1lo.Co ....................,............................ 650 Tite Wad's Lunchroom .................,.................. Miles dz Parris-Printers ........................... 620 Twin City Cafe .............,..........,..,.......................... PM Molloy Co., David J .......,... 5 ,....... ....................,.. 6 55 Twin City Roofing Co .,............ ....... Aga i MglJ1g'gJE:hnR8z S5JnscTEo1lerGWorks... Twin City Printing Co ............i........ ....... F , . .- ra ua ion owns ,..... U Morava Construction Co .............,................. 653 , K Morse Twist Drill Co...L ................................. 636 U' C',Ry' Gas gl Electnc C0 '-"-"""- - , A K Moser, pau1-She1-thand School "-.'.,-.,-- 655 University State Bank ..........,......................... 1 1 Mosi-over .......................................,......,.....,............. 614 Umverslw Wetchmakef '-"-'-V-----'--'---'-'------'--- 1 , Mueller Mfg. co., H ........................................ 667 Ufbfna Bankmg C0 --'--- 1 '-"-'----------------"'l----'-"-- . , IJ Mueller Co. V.-Surgical Supplies... 595 Unhed States Bluexgrmt Paper Co' 'SF N 52 'Q gaughfin' Mrs-1 L--Dfessmlakeffu 623 33111.BEigtfmCi.?fTiYZfff?TTTT?ff?f?5:i5ii 2. , ew York Blower Co """' 1 """"'"""""""""""' 667 Warwick Hotel ............................................... Northwestern Mutual Life Co 644 Western B'rick ' O ' White, R.. C. Co.-Typewriters ............... N " Orpheum Theatre ,,,,..A.A.,,-,.-...-.....,,.-4 -...-..--. 6 10 White Lrne Laundry ........... 1 ...........,............... , OSU-and's Delicatessen -,-.,... ,-..-',,-. 6 00 Wilson Bishop Co.-Clothlers ........... ,...... K . 5 A P Willis, G. C.-Department Store ......... U IS ' I Wilson Grocery Co .............................................. Z1 ,A glaycmorzk Billiard Parlor ..,............ .......... 6 30 Y ,mq ar eatre .................,....................................... 603 333 E15 Paris Dyeing KL Cleaning 614 Y. W. C. A ................................................................... Eli Q9 Pease Co.,,C. F.-Drawing Instru- Z tb 'al ments .................................................................. 659 Zombro, R. E.-Men's Furnishings... ' I !, 1 4 . , Five Hundred Eighty-eight fb r '1 ' 1 L 5 ,,,,, . . 'CDH--1 I VY v -7 - W -, -' QQ! -Y '- w '--'fi' f 'Mfr-N gL3g QQ5.a'.Q5ieImimSQG-zIQ:R4Qm.QQ 'iii 'fQTf:'i"i"f7Q vw' Ti' 1 'i i A - - -HY:-are----,V --'- .at -: Qi- .WHA f 1- A - - x PM UTI-1121922 uuoo as 1513 if '11 3 il H .LJ i 1. yi . 153 y, l 2:5 Q h 1 ll a Nigliq-'l f 7 ' ex W at S esearch. F 'N is 491 ' 1' ' ' 1 V A UPPOSE that a stove burns too much coal for L A p 11, QI the amount of heat that it radiates. The A I I u manufacturer hires a man familiar with the ig principles of combustion and heat radiation to make '32 0 experiments which will indicate desirable changes in P' f giglgggulgfclufe stovehselected as the most efficient is , researc . I v ' igtpgorsne that ycoulwanlt to make a ruby in a factory 1 - ere Um atwn, ut a real ruby indistinguish- fgg able by any Chemical or physical test frbm the natural if QS: 310119 You begln by analyzing rubies chemically and f P1'1yS1C2lly- fI'hen you try to make rubies just as QIF naturedid, with the same chemicals and under similar L1 H conditions. Your rubies are the result of research- M , U research of a different type from that required to 1 U MX improve the stove. , . 4,5 d Suppose. SS YOU melted up your chemicals to pro- gg ygfle gl-15168 and exlgrirnlented with high temperatures, 54 C .an o won er ow hot the earth must have ' ' been 11111110115 of years ago when rubies were first K X c1'YSta111Z9d, and what were the forces at play that made W FL This planet what it is. You begin an investigation that , A, , 4 ea S.y0l-1 far from rubies and causes you to formulate gg ltlheorxlels to explain how the earth, and, for that matter, bgvxsegxllloii SO1a:f1Ty5tiefrn was created. That would 7" a S 1' 1 erent type-pioneering into 4 tha unknown to satisfy an insatiable curiosity. ill esearchofall threetypesisconducted in th L b t ' f h R H Gfenera1E1?Ct1'1'-7 C0mP811y. But it is the thiril tgpgxti' Ee-sgigcli-E P x 1 P10HCC1'1I1g1nt0 the unknown-that means most, in the long run 4 K CVZZ tlgough it is undertaken with no practical benefit in view: I I t e present time for ex 1 , th R h L b ' i the Gaeneral Electric dompariyngrg expflorrgarlncatteg v3Itji:g2:-155 1 J ng or er to discover not only how the atoms in different sub- Li si-ances are arranged but how the atoms themselves are built up. ,f 11 utheglore you know about a substance, the more you can do with w 1 . ome day this X-ray work will enable scientists to answer 7' X gore definitely than they can.now the question: Why is iron 'f ' foignegc? And then the electrical industry will take a great step ' , r carrier , Bald. more real progress will be made in five years than y ,f appax-Zami: e in a century of experimenting with existing electrical .4 lei nev1fCi3,iZZ,ZiiYii'55i iiiifliiii iiilocifiidlliise' B"mbu11da S3 1011. . 1 1.31 I' 'N ' , G BIIBFH BC l'1C Qi ii l El t . eueral Office Sch6nectady,N.Y, , 'A l as-me-. fkl I -t Five Hundred Eighty-nine V Y i T" Ki ,gg QQJZ' v' ' ' - f 1 r' wrfx 95- -J-.Q -a-A-K-elm a.-ff-v'e6"'i. .AEEJBY-11216195-r'.'f:aezfe:viiaas.: , .... iw Jim 1652? M104 o W BE SE 3 fe fl If as I I K 1 VA si Fi e is John Mohr 8z Sons Blast Furnaces, Hot Stoves, Metal Mixers Boilers a Steel Plate Work of All Kinds GENERAL OFFICES-96th St. Sz dalumet River Q Phone So. Chicago 654 Q CHICAGO .W Y. x 1 ' 1 l 4 1 f la? gl ry ff J 'C 'll K' E E2 lf' ii 'yy AX ' Five 'Hundfcd Ninety '?5ffj'+ -' f ' ' e -.e Q!-SV :Y QF 'Uwe -efeff' ',e,,.TffT'f'1 1.czifii-ea'sal9.eL-,,.mQBieXwA4me?3eeLeeifieefeeigilaseze 4 f ff -,.. - W- - L 11 rn' ' v - -.-- - . .........,..w -' L , , .Lg -1-Vggswv f ' ' ,S L 1 ""'!lnT oTI,1Q1QQ'2 ILLIQQ SQ' S T3"lQ'31'a'.QFm0Qg3 LW M EE RE CD - - E33 :Q Costumer For All ig SCHOOLS PARADES S1 Fe COLLEGES CLUB LODGES . S A rj AMATEUR PLAYS F2 SOCIETY CIRCUSES 5 A , I .. . M ,li Robert Sohmldt, Costumer Q, safe ST. LOUIS, Mo. pi :w fo 1 ' 1 , f School of Danclng . 4 S 9 G If , U ag Instructions in Ball Room and S gy Classical Dancing 514 East John Q One Block West of the Library Q MARY ELLEN MCCLAIN ' . Instructor Agents for ,M gg 614 E. Green St. BE1CHfS CANDY g 1 A W1 .. EE W 'YZ lop Q E5 L 4 1" oror Ili ' HARDWARE 3 fri S 3 Com an F K A 3 I I 1 l Bell 795 if ray IGS i . V rr or I The Taylor Hardware rl Y V Company M' :H M' 74 E. University Ave. E3 CHAMPAIGN, ILL. Ee r Q5 Q y .. f ' - rl 'LAY D Five Hundred Ninety-on ' ' W 'X - - L A V - .- - S A '-J Zlkknxcl' -'AF ,f"f,iS5f'w'fvfGfr-"Zg++ r 215113 iff yfzwnfwwx, ciTQL iQjQQi1LL1OQ ,d.'.Ri'6fa-'A-.gaf-env! It is a pleasant anticipation to purchase clothes fiom Clbcfbrd 65' Kelder We Dress the College Man ' Correctly I Suits-Overcoats-Evening Attire Rexforcl 86 Kelder KIMBALL BLDG. 7TH FLOOR , CHICAGO, 25 EAST JACKSON BLVD. ILLINOIS new-two mmjgmaaazvm ggxeiee,-qges:ezvmm N-ww ' f'f-- e-1--v-'...Q - v 1 o I ' i -,C9gf,..'--vxf:--v,L'-a"qs2af ' gQlxsemz1.e.f:f,- . .525 oT1.1p,19gg1LL1QQ ed , - . .- sv.. - i, F 4 W W2 x 4 gs 513 'F U1 0 1 PZ 01S L11 H L G ld if Q ,Wm-, , , , ,M F vt MAKER OF A A . l ' , J, Portra1t Photographs ll ,gi eW-MWe-e- at si 908 West Nevada St. URBANA W v . l L ,I 1 , . -1 Fe . 4 , O 133. 4633 U71 Regional Giant QE , 5 an ""' w ft - ' ki gig. ' 1 l 1 I 1, Hg i lm. ,..f f M I, Myiftf., . I 1, ..,v 1. ,. , af., Y iff' '1 -fiiifwilpl , 121-1" ' , , . - le ...H 1 F:-:E '- Xl IE 1: Qll"i" "Vi L?" I 'I Ea .' '. Iliff , - Q 'f :f ,- " QNX-lifrffs P M1 "Q PQ ,- - '. 59 -i t It efg, 1:1 devel T M 5:4 if , -.1 ., -J-i'f-- "" l ' -Q ' ' . - . f.. 5 dl l l Q, El oaxgi M jg. H' 2 N 1 ' V Y! . . Vfnfl H! s The World s Best Farm Elevator Outfits ---q 1 National Giant Elevators are preferred by Giant Steel Elevator. Giving: excellent service F K colleyre trained men who know real merit now on thousands of farms. Both Elevators A K when they see it. Best for strenyzth, light made any lemrlzh- I I d- ht, 't and onvenience. Handle all NATIONAL GIANT INSIDE l glzllrlzs unfluezl-I Zo:-n pc?rfectly4run by engine BUCKET ELEVATOR , J or horsw' ' Most sensible inside elevator ever made. br , NATIONAL GIANT STEEL c b ' st ll d ' - ld fb: ith 0- fo! PORTABLE ELEVATOR wllthoui Tilt? linslrthgellxrghug N?l.11l0D8lv Gianli l Fi t 0 t 'dl El' t ' b 'lt. Ha thi de- Head Section. etc.. every feature patented. I lx' sirabrljspatelnltedc ferxiillely thlllt makes anLEle- INVESTIGATE 'I I Y Vatm' most profitable' The fmlwus section' Write us for our complete catalog and free N N r Y common sense feeder, overhead Jack, etc. bmk of Wurkimr plans on latest must modem X' V LITTLE GIANT ELEVATOR cribs. Let us send name of National Giant .N Brother Elevator in wood to the National Dealer neur you. Address Dept, 1921 PORTABLE ELEVATOR MFG. COMPANY PM ' 6,53 til BLooM1NG1'oN, If ILLINOIS EQ tri W sgsfi ' f r x lil A gy' Five Hundred Ninety!-three 'Al if. -, e 1 .., - , . Qi- -1 I e- 99 uf-" 'en-:Quin-?F1?'1a32K:xf K 'Wes 571113 1522 ILLIOC CNY! IYI THE WARNER SYSTEM I P' Cooperative Business Management for Fraternities U BUSINESS MANAGEMENT V I ACCOUN TING-PURCHASIN G i L3 - A OFFICES V UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, il, I 4 642 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin. , 1 A UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, , B gg 608 East Green Street, Champaign, Ill. 5-4 I UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 610 South State Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. an ' ll ze: rx 'Q . - 4 H E5 'fri fa' fi .ll Y. gl V' 'A 2 A2 I s H' Whether they are supplying water for a large city, forcing water into the :iq I llgoilers at poweii statilgnsg 05' simply draining out a small sump hole-American ' umps consisent 71 ma e goo . 5 if Refinements of fifty years of pump design and manufacture are built into ,f every pump that leaves the factory-the efficient performance of each pump is a lx I A certainty-its per cent of efficiency guaranteed. K- gg "American" Engineers will gladly confer with you on your pumping propo- U sition, whether your needs be centrifugals, deep well plunger pumps, or deep Zi 5,1 well turbines-of our standard types or special design. :ji , :ga , A-3 155 The American Well Works QM 1 1 General Ofiice and Works Chicago Office ' ' 1 , , AURORA, ILL. FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. g - I Ifivc Humlrcrl Ninety-four 'Al i :LI " 1 A as ,,.1f'iC .tame - fmgzezrfaimiw nl. I .-. .S-mg 12322 ILLIQQ O Ea.-azwagaezfsvsswcgg v Q. C S A I 42 A H 62 5 A I A 'g SURGEONS 0 UJNSIR UNENTS if rt 'i HOSPITAL 'AND ' J Oc SICK'RO0M'SUPPIlES A 1 I i ' A ' CHICAGO S F! P7 F4 . 64 1771'87 OGDEN AVE.. db ' ' TELEPHONES ' ' ' WEST 4028-24-25 6,9 C, iff, p hz' it it PHONE SUPERIOR 7970 B. A. RAILTON CO. if Wholesale Grocers I' COFFEE ROAsTERs p Ii 1 i i IMPORTERS tg P J L, 52 MANUFACTURERS fi H Organized and operated with the 'ft express purpose of supplying the ' r needs of Fraternities, Sororities, 1 I Yi and Institutions. tl: Our "Natural" and "Sunny" Brands are known is and used wherever quality products are demanded. Q "' ' - 373-405 W. ERIE STREET CHICAGO qi ll .5 ii A Five Hundred Ninety-five . ' ' Y ! A. ' . "v-"' '1 'svf' ""w"s'l 'Yr' TL- ir V W , I' ' "':x'!"7'5""""'f"'Y ' . . -,-sgyg, A, Q i -4- L e . - ri 1 emg 1939 Huge fl P-ffQNWQ ns ' ' ' The University Blue-Booked gg 0.0-Green and Wright streets, Cham- paign. Start here. Everything S1 I-4 ' fi What IS the starts here except Econ. 1. Go .H southeast toward large park. ' J F h , 0.000343-Green and Wright streets, I A Ollft 11'I'1C1'1Sl.OI'1 1' ana- , I 1 R 0.09-Pass tag sales-lady on right L I - - lurovided you can pass her.J all In Punting? 0.1-Fln+er'on winding walk, about if thirty-five feet too narrow. 155 595 0.13-Pass famous elm. See Route ll' 1 479a as to what it is famous for V' bl - 01 orTask VicdKiiiglht. ' X . . . 6- wo goo oo ing women on i Te put Over your Idea In af 2 lgft. fThii is phenominal.l h l l 1 - 0. - anger, airpin, turn rig t. W ' blg Way do not let poor 2 qirnior chimj.. 2,aLgh,icup,d h gi Printing endanger the Sin- 0' 7erQZ"i.Z'L?.'eten1 ESne1?neep3.Ti gp as . 0.31416-Law factory on left. Pass ,l Cerlty of y0'llI' meSS3g6. youth with huge books coming Q,-51 . . . . from building. The books don't W Be Sl.1I'8 y0l1I' pI'1l'lt11'1g' 1S , mean anything. H I1 . 0.4-1-Take the curve and come into , 1 four-Square, rlght every Zfiew of ee-edfhgekLeg e seph, . - or trip to a oo s op. 1 as Way- 0.49ELeft and xgght and head for 43 -A ommercia e ucation. E5 1. E 0.5-Sneak to a politicianiq I Q gp ' 0.6-- hemist arguing wit journa ist n .' ' 2. INK on right. Journalist appears to I l f be winning, Knaturallyj. lvl A 3. 0.69-Tiiirnf left in soulih walk.bHere - 1 rom ccoun ancy a . Il begetting 0.74X2rgss car tracks. Avoid "go- W W infr west" here. Q16 4 FITNESS the 0.8-DANGER. Look out for college ' ' ' cut-ups in large motor car on the at 4 . bicycle way. ' harmony of all three, ln 0.9-Detour to avoid angry wolves on F Q k . . h h the board-walk. Here nick up K eeplng Wlt t e purpose Eoute 7-15 Igor govivfh Campus, NA 'gvpt an ew r eans. 1 1 and ehereeter ef the mes' 0.10-A-gkirt large buildinhg lebelerd T ministration. t ouses . I bu Sage' RamaicalhClark. E walking fast Ll i merey s ift T.N. . pin to your pr, 1' . underwear. 596 8? 0.97a-Hurry past Dean Ruby Mas- Xi on's hang-out. If trouser cuffs l l , , , are even with shoe tops you may Y The Revlew Punting stanfl a chance of getting by 1 i sa 6 V- " ' , 0.1000-Vcu have now seen the uni- Q ,A 62 Staugnefy CQ, versity-T3'n't register-don't K' even register disgust. Leave U U rl I1 immedia'ely. We advise a per- 5 3 Ill 4 pg, Decatur, ' usal of our Route 997abc, which will show you through Purdue or 211 gi some other place where two Q5 lb Pour courses don't have ten hour l 1 1 examinations. ' ' as Ili Five Hundred Ninety-six '- ' 1 '1 5 n , P -xi A I :fs-me Jim iggg Huge Lass2iTa:2ae:'ff1f-awe lil if ' 62 Q? L h Dinn r Ill' McBro0m's Restaurant unc ' e gi IS THE Afternoon Lunches 55, 'V' Our Cool Crisp Salads wif PLACE TO EAT Satisfy A TTtY'lJS . 4 .,. 403 E. er... S.. Green Tea Pot ite ggi CHAMPAIGN 617-619 E. Green St. H ie! 4 ALLEN a IJNDOP pt II ff' 1 1 I 4 If WM. BERRYMAN Y 4 WHOLESALE AND RETAHIBAKERY B F2 Special Attention Given to Faculty, Fraternity and Sorority Trade WFS QUALITY AND SERVICE ALWAYS-213 S. NEIL ST. 6' ,sa Ui gl UNIVERSITY PINS-SIGMA XI KEYS-PIII BETA KAPPA KEYS Q And Many Other Emblems or Badges Used Locally and Nationally E51 gt, n T. II.. CRAIG, Jeweler D get Q Established 1896 Champaign, Ill. E1 I 1 . Buy Tailor Made H, A I . Clothes Cost no more than Ready- Made. An Assortment of over 500 Woolens gives you aWon- derful Selection. THE PRICES ARE EXCEPTIONAL S30 I S40 S50 TOM CARSON Opp. Interurban Station I SWT V9 ll sri I 15? 'ii A I ge. IF? 1 l N V E-ef ,,. Eli tb CHAMPAIGN VA til L 1 Five Hundred Ninety-seven We , r I A ,A ---L L1 -- A far- I I-f f f ' Y' -Ie 542111 Q 'I sg -,:,- 'P 'eflslign-"?!' T5?Q.f5iQ.Tfffii?F7Q fgaqgasgwezezm.-ffgcfivien.I1EZ0..AQlCfZ2Fe3:-'lf.QZiGIffA4:e-.HAff--ezmf-2-'5Si:,,...,Is..f 4 4 25 Z. f... .img 155 gg ILLIQQ EE ,. f'- WHEN IN CHICAGO STOP AT THE A Ig SI 3 RANDOLPH HOTEL Q T Q ffhe Old Bismarck, I ' 1,4 RANDOLPH STREET-NEAR LASALLE STREET 35: IN THE HEART OF THE LOOP ag ji Light Airy Rooms T , 51.50 Up T 1 A Known for Good Food Under the same Management IIS ig Afternoon-Evening Dances as the famous ' MARIGOLDQEQQQIEN 5 4 ' I 1 9? EITEL BROS. T 'N PROPRIETORS , H, QQ? O ' ' so , U P ev QQ W - Y "E-X., X - -'. .- -.".- Q, I ' -I - -1 L-a 1 , HE H E EE E E- E H EH X1 'Zs MT- , T. 1-In Hd H HHHT,T a T H as T ' so T T Lg W. L. SHELLABARC-ER'S SONS lg E Decatur. Illinois H - Cars Washed and Cleaned Open Day and Nlght ' ii ai 3? Five Hundred Ninety-eight X I I L .,. A .-I grim T622 M104 aeaieggefgeaw I I I l ' Q I ESTABLISHED IBIS Q QZQJWW . 4 0 1 1 f 4 ,i ff. 5 I I I CQlPPTiII'1EP 1 I ' Gimtlemens Eurnislygug abs. I I! MADISON AVENUE COW.FOR'I'Y'FOURTH STREET -QS I ' is bfi ' ' Telephone Muway Hill 8800 P' ,qi f ' I This is a complete Establishment I' ' I I operated continuously 1 Y , .1 ' ' ' A for more than One Hundred Years 1 I . 1 in e 'p mf- thtifi'31?t5l?'2? the I J V' Direilg liescendants of the Founders Q I ' ' We specialize in the Outfitting al E 7 of Meln adnd Boys frogi llilead to.Foot . ,I - t FS E T ' Wltfor Eggs? I2e?1I1iremce:1I1ISgI.1eS Q Day or Evening Wear Q gk Dress, Business, Travel or Sport ZS Illustrated Catallogue on Request gg Boston NEWPORT I I gl Ig GOOD P1-IOTO FINISHING V2 gg 5 I Strauch Photo-Craft I-louse I 3 4 I TI-IE ART AND GIFT SHOP if ea WRIGHT STREET-ADJOINING CAMPUS In r 1 W Xa A COLLEGE MEMORY BOOKS iq AND PHOTOS OF STUDENT E3 EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES I ik rp I 'Il - Five Hundred Ninety-nine . r '1 ' ' me 55121522 ILLIO5 I - S2 rc. ' er he B. EPSIQZLIQZING W. 1g2LsELIiAQ?ES gl o. A. HARKER I.. o. WILLIAMS IV k I Vice-President Ass't Cashzer I ij' . . UHIVCFSIW State Bank I F I I i I CI-IAMPAIGN, ILL. fl FQ TOTAL RESOURCES' .................. S300,000.00 ' Ll The Only Bank in The I UNIVERSITY DISTRICT I "A University Depository" Q? 53' E! H CALL AGAIN T LL I 93 'Ia' Ee E That is the Suggesthm ' Is We Put Into J I . 0strand's Good Eats I rf iq Q You are Always Welcome 39' ' r H Day or Night I I If 5 V 'LJ Quick Service ,Ik 'F . xg Q, Q Third Street Near Green ' Q G51 , , 'tfp , Q5 I C2 A six Hundred r 11 ' , QD f . ibz i'-2:5211 - .LL-'Zf4i923.,16QKiQA v u 'Q 1214 -u ! 0 I V t img 12522 ILLIQQ7 QE SE ll! FH Q Q Q F The Store in the Center of the Block ' F on Green Street Ig TEXT BOCKS :Y 51 L 1 1 I A 'A ENGINEERING and ARTISTS SUPPLIES STATIONERY and MUSIC ae SPALDING ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT M . FOUNTAIN PENS LEATHER NOTE BOOKS A E3 95? ella gg P-2 'S' 4 I if SERVICE SAVING F Q - SATISFACTION ' I 1 L I 4 I1 Iii ai fi ,I 'it Y f X Z , 9- 5 I., , A 51:uZuzui'251Ipn1u5roI:e 5. Kg ' ' I 606 E. Green St. Fj "CHUCK" BAILEY--MGHGQGTS-1-4'SHELBYU HIMES 4' - 1 F Pb I , 'KY Sax Hundred One , , 'ft ' T I Iwi, 1mw?Q?EwQ f 'jd 1 107 H.L. A duo-ce :og c?I'i1LiE5jQQ ILUQQ X , fg XA H KJ if . L K: 4 lm Am 'dlf,'iAA'fCv W Wbmda. Hy Unavfs 15 I I N ' ' 1 Eb S: V01 mf- WI RE A . 1 .XL ffl NOS' Q? 1 '22 'Q iv ' He, +em:.kei 41V V .lf fa -Be,ek7M'M'i7 ' ,be-rv-y ffffw G 31, -the K0-rw, :"" , . S N- " A -2' Uv 3 ll E Ry 4 R QE: '?SAJ,.5,YY5l2 ' 44 JRE Six llundrf-rl Two , ' 1 L img 1523 ILL10e E15 -4 L. AI: J I I' R J . CHAMQAIGN3 , I2 PERFECT - -3f'1fi?- - ' GOOD VENTILATION MUSIC RJ SHOWING AT ALL TIMES LJ 1 1 i7 ' I n y t e Bef! zn P1221 l E Q16 . . QR Q gllotzon Cpzctures The Czwrent of Public Approval Flows Toward The Park Q I 532 "QUALITY MEATS" l Are Always the Cheapest S Y f l A FULL AND COMPLETE I 1 lf VARIETY AT ALL TIMES K1 5? SO. Yi - 11 lg Chicago Market Co. 3 U . Bell 232 Glarfleld 1611 53 Ella 1210 and Jack Forsleyv QAXAJ. L G5 Years dont' make so much dlfference- Q5 qg d they? 'M Six H undred Three I 1 V L V 31 A .img 1922 ILLIQC ll! lvl ii ,E Ellgxjllliglgllllglilnfg Ink V4 . Emzrossimz Ink ' 4 ig Gardeld 1454.-Open Day 8z Night , gzuziniamuiiyags t SI FQ HIGGINS ,d,,:,53.,gaj1::d 55.2. 5? .my 01225 ...za 'X Vegetable Glue, etc. f' R aw NNBILSIQ Are the Finest and B686 A CHAMFAIQN Inks and Adhcswes 1 ILLINOIS X-fm' Emnncipate yourself from All - i 'li corrosive and ill-smelling ill 4 .J it Im, inks and adhesives and L kb X 1 5 2S.'t'1"2i.1RZ.,Z'f."""Fi1I, 'iii 23 is , be a revelatiorgtolyoul thai fl . ' -. c vi. , , i .. CLEAN, QUICK SERVICE :ggi s1ip,wl1e:d ia:x.i":. f , ' C C eh . ' 1 1 GUS YORTZES, Proprietor CEAS. 167 iliizdkiiss E Co. X I 22 ...,...tf:rr:f::.::r'1.....,. , V 271 NIN1-H Smal-rr Bnooxixi-x, N. Y. W ld 551 TID-BITS FROM A STUDENT'S DIARY H Sidney, Ill., fbetween semestersj. Was waiting for a train at Sidney today. Saw H , H Prof. Heironymous get off the train when I did and we went ln the restaurant to eat. ' The guy waiting on the customers was about five feet tall. He waited on everyone I Ml except Heironymous, who sat there and was getting impatient. At last he pipes up: 648 "Well, young' man, do you feed your customers?" I A lg "Yep," the little waiter replies, "we feed customers, but we don't aim to fill slick: 9 K 1 ill I' ,E ii QQ W . . . 'Pl If your senior negative is on file at gi this studio a letter to us at any time Q N will bring to you a duplicate order In 8 of your senior photo. A ., A 5 I I , l 'I Ih M l' e agulre i ' .I ,Xi . Ifq . Stucho . Y 'Q 220 West Main St. 'S U b Ill Bl LA I' ana, , EN 'RJ -1 -1' J. E. MAGUIRE P. W. STEPHENS il., 1 I I M lil M , Sin: Hundred Four ill ei Wim- ' wr 1' ' r fs 1 4.4 65 ' arf ' ' W 1- Y' ' W ' ' ""' V ' ' 1 T?-X g3i4 3m,angE,n?I E:s12?:vm..J?i31GEEnfT'aeZieImf ,-zfQ:s:14Q4e.GZD LT2ff?3 iZ4 QTQQ 1QQ'2 ILLIQQ Al Z?3 . I -- . ' I I I 4 eff 55 o K BURTON 3 ' ' it R The University District Real Estate Man I , I i ll Q My initials characterize my business dealings. Q2 W List your'property with me for a quick sale or if L A for prompt rental. Houses are scarce and rent 1 1 r ' is high. If you will consult me, I can save you 1 J money on such transactions. Q, Q 612 E. GREEN ST. -:- MAIN 922 Q ' ' CHAMPAIGN ll lil 'Q Q ll Sl ' gl American n vi ' I- 4,6 5:1 ' ' ' E D Dry Clean1ngC0. Q ' "Efficient and Reliable" F 1 I CLEANING, DYEING az 4 ' 1 PRESSING I 1 L - ' 1 ,A WORK CALLED FOR gg 12 Sz V lil DELIVERED fi I r I n W MAIN 3537 I., 17 West Main Urbana if I Our Specialty EIR! 7, LADIES FINEST APPAREL ,253 an 'li E Six Hundred Five - r 1 ' ' T .QTQL 15 gg ILUOQ a aI6:'if'-f-AWxS?XcQ 'SG' Ev! Ei THIS SPACE COST ME TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS fi I HAVE DONATED IT TO THE lj a STADIUM I4 Q AND I AM GOING TO DO AS MUCH MORE Q J If AS MANY TIMES AS I CAN. Q l What Are You Doing? HN' 4 i-- In H . Mage., H PROFESSIONAL as 614 E. Green St. PHOTOGRAPHER gg Q39 Q3 I I S2 , , . . I1l1nO1s Trust 86 If y 4 ' if A "1 . I gk 3 Savmgs Bank -I 'L A 5 . OF CI-IAMPAIGN , A I li, In IT If L 4 ' I '21 Solicits 5 if is bw STUDENT CLUB AND r . FRATERNITY ACCOUNTS Whoigxlluglgiggosigings if That's what we Nant to 'fWbere Courtesy CPre"uazls" Herelgggndy with his fl' wires attached ,gig sg All ready for a Ngo." EE Six Hundred Six lb H TH IKE ? A I S JTQQQQQQ M104 ,a ae:rJfi'.-www DE H :H Ig , Sl li W 0 5 W on 5 K A A X A I I A H- u ' A I fi fi 1 A ' l 1 ' When you're a' long, long way from home, and gg your head is crammed full of just all the learn- ag ing that you possibly can stuff into it without giv- ing yourself a headache, that's when you crave 53 one of mother's meals of real honest-to-goodness 5 VE foods. if Q Now, the Who's Who and Why in this little narra- tive is just a great big mail-order grocery house Q in Peoria, Illinois, that has made a specialty of Q M handling fine quality foods for almost half a cen- l ,I tury. W fi If all you folks who enjoy real foods will just Q mention our name to your commissary, ask him to Q write for one of our catalogs, and then send a E trial order so he will be convinced of the extra gi IFS fine quality and extremely attractive prices of N our merchandise, he'll know Who's Who and Why, I and you folks who have to eat what he puts be- I 1 i l fore you will also know. 4 If We have a special department which looks after K' 55 the interests of boarding house, fraternity and Q sorority business. yf X F N W 'I G C 1-1 Z 5071 7'0C6Ty Ompdfly ' Z1 gi!-ES "Peoria, Illinois qi ii Six II-wndrcd S In 5392. Vs fiiigis-Q Qglgizsavwws omg 1922 M100 P TQ ii -, 553' BEST CANDY MADE Q is iga: H. I. THE FAMOUS INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC A K A gy I J R I I 1 ll W I4 ii Tuner of Pianos and Church as 55? Organs-Grand Pianos a Specialty 51-00 Per Pound Pi 1 - , J ' Oldest Resident Tuner-Have over Packed Carefully and Malled fo I , L Five Hundred Instruments in Any Address Prepaid l 1 r I Charge THE MOST DELICIOUS 1' 4 CHOCOLATES YOU EVER ATE y E3 For more than 25 years the favor- Za' Iii! ite Candy of Illinois Men and Women. - Ofiice-204 Co-Op Building Mad O 1 b H Both Telephones e n Y y 3' ' CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 1 fll 302 West Columbia Ave. 43 :AL CHAMPAIGN, ILL. Q3 KI? This, gentle reader, is Little Dora, the Tribe of Illini trophy 'g awarded annually for the most notable Illinois spirit statement P Q of the school year. This year it has been presented to Dr. Stuart I Q qp P. Sherman for his immortal remark, "I have been here twenty- Ili -1 -0 three years and I never knew before who "G" Huff was." F1 'l A i 1 5 V V N I ' , em if v ifj u Q U ng ,J be -v n 5 YQ, 10? PF A magnets ,,. J Y yigigtap ers I he I 522: I ' P- , CHAMPAIGNQILLINOIS Si .51 VII QQ 'L' Six Hundred Eight Qlblwva-1-e.2:-svswwlv 7 QTQRQQQQILMOQC W ll Y if an Sl! S ? I. ll 1 . I Kawneer Factory, Niles, Mich., with Plym Paxrlc 'in Background A ll Y! Y! THE COMPANY 59 69 .- FRANCIS J. PLYM, PRESIDENT P' CILLINOIS, '97J SIMPLEX KAWNEER L SQ REVERSIBLE DYVQAOWQQDTEEQL soLlD COPPER M Q WINDOW FIXTURES - STORE FRONTS 53, sl 1 if SERVICE AND SALES OFFICES il Atlanta, Ga ..................................... ........................ 1 129 Chandler Bldg. Boston, Mass. ....................4...................................................... 6 Beacon St. M Buffalo, N. Y. ........... .............................. 5 51 Ellicott Sq. L' Chicago, Ill. ....................... ..................... 1 75 W. Jackson Blvd. Q, Detroit, Mich. .....,...................................................... 728 Farwell Bldg. 5 Indianapolis, Ind ............................... 705 Merchants Bank Bldg. l Kansas City, Mo ........ .......................... 1 211 Grand Ave. Temple ' N New York, N. Y ............. ................................................ 2 33 Tenth Ave. l Philadelphia, Pa. ........................,........... 501 Central Trust Bldg lk K Q ALSO E Kawneer Mfg. Co. of California - Berkeley, Cal. Ein GENERAL OFFICES AND FACTORY-NILES, MICHIGAN ,Ax l ' flu Six Hundred Nine I 1 ' all 5 lb 31 i' '-Aff-A '1v'4rJ" '-H 1" A' ' f- -Q . I ,-.....,., DTI-IL 1922 ILLIQQQ-1e2g.gmr-gzQ:'2QmmQ 1E is Sp F1 FLQWERS if 1 3 SMITH 8z 1, The Best That Crm Bc Grown W ' ff I Q ,Qg COMPANY 1... mg ny ?g L1 MODERN FIREPROOF coLD ' STORAGE-PURE DISTILLED , 1 -5 I ' 2, WATER CE '1'Hos. ERANKS Sz SON HTHE SHOP BEAUTIFULH 1 I N QD " 1 h B 1 2 WM. Jos. WERSTLER '19, MGR. if KS Te ep one' el 38 We Send Flowers by Telegram 55 Q5 K 1' H L Q DUNCAN RUG Co. Successors to I Q CRP HE UNI Morgan Rug CO- Rug Cleaning Q THEATER Make your Rug Sanitary by Our Q Orpheum Circuit Junior Theatres Repiigigsigg SSggE7?Ifgng1iugs F 1 C ur pecla y 4 I I Al Phone, Main 3857-611 N. Walnut I I Ways 4 , 6-Orpheum Circuit Acts-6 CHAMPAIGN' ILL' 1, ,J 2, W 65 'Q NEW SHOW EVERY A. 1 MONDAY 81 THURSDAY EISNER GROCERY D 1 Y YJ COMPANY is MATINEES-RESERVED S DISTRIBUTORS At 3 o'clock ,.....,..,.............. 25C University and Library Q Nights at 7:15, 9:10 .....,...,...1. 25c, soc ' CANNED FOODS YAY 111 IA! Six Hundred Ten V4 1 1. Qizeszsv-N .QfII1gjEgggi1LL1Qo i A1o'aai'ragaA:'.2.1:wssw fi Om' Number Nineteen Catalog of .VI . Il 1 ll nf' '4 '4 lr' it 'U "" V 7 1v1ACH1N1STs', MILL AND RAID ROAD SUPPLIES fi 1 6 . if BRASS, COPPER AND BRONZE - W ,QS In Sheets, Rods, Wire and Tubes gil if ii BESLY GRINDERS ,. . : ' RESLY TAPS l 1 l l ' Is used for Reference in most of the leading l tg Engineering Colleges and Institutes . ie? IJ i fi 6' 0 UCS kg Copy n req t is M' bi n gg CHARLES H. BESLY so COMPANY ZS 118-124 North Clinton sn. CHICAGO gig' CHICAGO Works, Beloit, Wis. x 9 l I gig P 1 " ' ' h ci ' ' Q Patromze 1' e Stu ent Umon 4 1 I 32 QBOB SHONKWEILERl 4 I ll ' lil gs Some of the Things We Howe Accomplished in 5: My Administration. , 1 Purchased pretty lapel buttons for the oflicers of the Union. S N if Almost built a new Union building. l ,Abolished the Toddle at Union dances. V if Z1 M, af: Ai L Six Hundred Eleven Lag . ... '31 Qmgiijgg ILLIQQ R FYI W1 B-5 P-S Established 1840 .H . K . Q 14 i Gro B-CARPELHERQ Go f L I , . Mill, Contractors 8z Railroad Supplies 59: ,ii TENTS AND CAMP OUTFITS if L 4 Reliable Goods Prompt Service 1 l 'A Right Prices . 'gf Eg Our old and steady customer the University of Illinois and many of the alumni will certify to our ability and willingness to take Q care of your requirements in the best way possible. , Q Prompt Information and Prices on Request. x ill gl 440 No. WELLs ST., CHICAGO ya PN Q9 I1 m -N U , ,,,,W,,,-,m,,.,... ..,. ,....,..,. was I W1 it s an-vii 1 lv s 55 ff mill. t i R. I1 I Q pl ' 1111111 1? 1 ' F M1 i E if ef. 57 ' . ' ' 044, f if li Greetings 3' 1, For L-1 'fl V From the Store of Quality li ' Q is G' C' Hist! Not a word, 5 CHAMPAIGN, ILL. Pull downhthe blindslg k 52 QUALITY FIRST SERVICE Stop all 'U 9 Union C Oc S, iii L ' A d "Wh' k " B tl , ' sg NEXT' PRICE LAST Wlill stuff fhglmallolllioiy. si , . Q ' Six Hundred Twelve 'AN r 1 , ' F b 'Y ' ' ,C ' V T. Y iv' i Y Y - - . - - -'qw' ' WF , - . Q oTI,lL1Q2Q 11414100 .. .E '01 I-4 P-I Q R R Buehler Bros it A 1 A l' l it '4 7 out the vision 1 W ARRYING ' ' it 1 C and purpose of its found- l 1 ' ers, this firm in its markets 4 throughout the country inter- In E prets its mission as more than the mere Science of Making Money. A 6 'E Striving through keen and open ui competition to serye the public Buehler Bros. realizes the sur- est way to make money is to M prove its usefulnessg that the K lg more useful a business is the ml F more successful it must be, be- 92 ia:rslei .1s a greater benefit to We look for success through 5 handling the best meats in a is 'l sanitary manner and 'at prices P A 1 within reach of all. I 1 x L 4 rj E' 5 . 'BF 52 V 'i i 'ft fx Buehler Bros. 7' CAsH AND CARRY MEAT MARKETS 5' S? A 54 ua ui: A M I I l A 4 if 'A Six Hundred Thirteen H r '1 ' ' 9391 ' g, 'SUI' 1 Qf1I1QQicjggILLbe I 5" Eli I2 eW t ere are--- S+ li ? T A l -l A . id A who have not been often pleased Wlth the tastlness and 5.- ? convenience of the Mosl-OVER LUNCH AND FOUNTAIN Semen. FEW THERE ARE-who desire e trial else- f , r I where. i Y W 4 L E7 U E ,.UvE H ef as N On Green St. HANK MOSIER, Ex-'20 ?4 PK 5,9 'B K X lYI ai THE MAN WHO KNOWS FD GW Qg A how to clean your garments with perfect satisfaction. H Expert Attention for I A 1 SKIN AND SCALP I I 0 Q , Parls Dyelng and , tl if . Marlnello Shop I 3,3 Cleanmg Co. ge: r lg 310 ILLINOIS BLDG. 'fl t Garfield 1708 1 PHONES: Garfield 21355 Main 1744 K OFFICE: 128 West Church Street CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS il? Ll fi' if Sin: Hundred Fourteen 711 'A .e 'r OTQLll62QILLlOo Nl xl! The Alexander Lumber Company 368 N. Walnut Street Lumber, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Glass and Columbian Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Cafe in Connection Moderate Prices Mill Work JULIUS MAHL, PROP. C' A' MGR' Urbana, -:- Illinois DR. R. W. HULETT EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 304 Illinois Building Bell 4089 Auto 1245 University Watchmaker IN THE C0-OP Quick Service on ENGRAVING AND JEWELRY CHAMPAIGN, -:- ILLINOIS REPAIRING v A ee - f O E I E V1 'Y Q VOTE FOR ME ,S L: For President Student Union y I 1 I AM fl J A MEMBER OF THETA NU EPSILON E' J AND so , SHOULD HAVE THE POSITION. in Not a blemish on my character except that I joined Phi Delta Theta. 1 Signed, N JAMES WALLINGFORD MCDONALD K U ' 202 East Green Street. b W ,eq ra ll il ill 'Al yr Six I-Iundred Fife A IWW, Q i 1 4 I i' v "7r"'F?'qg'.f7" ' - Y A Y V 'Y W :ht Y . -- v...-..-,-,-. , 1 L , 1 ,f .Q ' ' ' ' "QM QTL-lt 1922 ILLIO 'W T?3'i'1 - - .1533 1 -----k---- 3, iv! lvl .E .E 53 'ii r E4 S1 -H ff 1 I R CW OU I ' gl ll s 1 fl V A . 1 L l You've a million and one things to do and hardly time to do i 1 4 any one of them. It's then that you wish there were some- In fa 4 one who could ,B iq 7- J W Make a hotcl reservation for you W . l Get you seats for the best show in town ' ' Shop for you ' ' ,M Get a new stem for your pipe gs pg Have a suit pressed in a hurry Q Check your bag 3 ET? Tell you about the newest things in clothes-dress ties. studs, etc. F1 1 Do things for you that only real friends do these days- .. BE X Hg You may not know lt, but all this and more is but a part of Dockstader Kz Sandberg service. It is ig willingly rendered to patrons gratis. Don't , N hesitate to send a letter or wire when you want P K something in Chicago. 4 in rf , L 1 5 P! f 5.1 if iffa yi 5- , DocKs'rADER fm SANDBERG sg hd CLOTHES FOR GENTLEMEN snx'rH noon Rspuamc aunnoms Q CHICAGO 552 Si iii 'i 1 ja, - . ' ' six Hundred sixteen 'Al LLg.L?-a'e2 -'-W" U' .- --,.,,f-,. . - . ,.- -. ,.,,,.,..., ,W - .- 5 X , . ' V. If vw,-3-.1---4--A-y - ,- .V . -1 . . imhilr fiili il-:W-'ff 5' 'ffE'3"l' ri 1 gi .9 .1 fig Ri QtQ.Q-all it -"'l'c"'i"i'ff'2af' ,WWI M lijisl mtg iilllg iff Save 25 to 070 ,- 553 ON GRAFLEX-KODAKS-ANsco. REXO AND PREMO CAMERAS ,Q I 10-Day Free Trial Guarantee-If unsatisfactory, money will be refunded in full. .1 ,A FREE-Our Latest Bargain Catalog "lf listing hundreds of slightly used and new cameras, also sup- plies 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 an- other one of our satisfied customers. Our prompt and fair NEA dealing will please you. Established in Photographic Busi- ness over 20 years. bn r Z" il' Central Camera Co. F 124 South Wabash Ave., Dept. 0-1, Chicago Q33 ...- .l t 0 "Hooks" Mugge is this hombre's name, Just one of Beta's manyg He tries to corner votes 'tis saidg But never corners any. fwl in l. 'fi f 1 I 1 if. All . ' Ivy ' ilgzfll iifjii 1 '34 1,-:il Q ,SN ll'-lull 4. - N H. iv- if-13 Q y 21:4 P .iv WQ- . Elfidl li' i fig limi I I ,qi 922' V74 s .ffl ' -1 f let' L-Cf: KK 'Z W 5:51 L Lid sf Dill l Jw ' l .Mi Sim Ilundrcrl Seventeen 'l fl A :la 1 fl i wwiir ir A ' i J f f5l'l71?il7f?EFff6?ifT 5 i lljyf lllil A ls' 'i 1 Wi? ,if 'mul .N All ii, ,f,I,,3 fdf' fs' All "7553"l Wil L7 1 1. ,jill Sliiil iiiijll li? Q L3 wffrlltlylg ., 1 I gvfli iii? . , il Will MSM :Vg wi' Y 55451. .1 i-ii: get ,J as 111111 I . gif vi W4 it YN Ar l Q. if M! LWQ ,til XR!!! .lfkill LH 2 iifyil 'Weill is-'ill .53 ,E ,Drill f x 1 -M! QPZMVQI fltliil lifflrgg lil . llliw ill "ffl X 7-Am .1-f l V . A 3 -E .,g,:.5.: ..w,,.',. A. .., TI' - ' ' ' ' 'M "' 'J' - ,4'f-'1252-af,i,-13-1 i,t?l LQ. , -g- !- we eifixf ' I A gigfevvsailsi iv 4 QTHL IQQQ ILLIQ I .d"T - A -':E's?a.iX1sIQse9KQQ -wi ii BE SE VS U! els P1 TELEPHONES 24 E. Van Buren St. V1 52 Main 7-59 334 s. Wabash Ave. S1 Gil " 684 Tel. Harrison 8597 9 -H BRANCH OFFICES ' ' up , A i ' I A My Crofoot, N1elsen 86 Co. I4 iz? W BLUE PRINTERS ri' V l y BLUE PRINTING, BLACK PRINTING, BLUE LINE i 1 f ' I AND COLOR PRINTING ,1 4 ' hi DRA W ING MATERIALS W ,L-.4 5 1 Special Service Always Speed and RESULTS, Big Floor Space and Equip- U 1 , ment for Rush Orders 1 Q 'M 172 W. Washington Street CHICAGO X x m . li sg " vv y Z rm! mln Ol MWA HFPL- 1 n 14 1 Benner at -mm n -muur Q N urn: ' ' "' 'Mm' ""' t Read the typewritten sheet on the rl I mm- nu A ...nm fum. left very carefully, sneeze twice and I 'NI 'N lv n -nr A 1 u. u n an - . . L mmmru mfh .Hanja 6:1131 no 9 D if then repeat m a low voice the Chm- I 'ai ::l:--zum:-a'w M . H .H A ' v ese incantation against witchcraft. 5? num an un nn rzu-:I-i-:lim-1 r F 4 After this take a' dose of quinine and -4 :bv-wi vm-nu 1... A. A... ,.,....m, 1. swear never to believe again, any- if n va vu srl num nr up nuns. gn. nn, y, . , IN ,.,,, ,,, ,M 1,,,,,,B mmf: M mu: mm W: um thing that anyone tells you. With Y our an mu nm n-man. nn-ml sn- nmmrn -na pI'eC3.l.1f,i0I1 y0l1 may live after the EX- N , 'N 'I' 'IMI -lun wen no m menu. of ur . , Y ma nu as -un n be u nyu to Q perlence- - fl nun an to sun usp.. , 'H 'Fl U ee '95 I ' ki Six Hundred Eighteen A H' ' 'A' V ' ' ' ' """" W' , A.' . A - ' ., ' f, 4 ,-- -r -ff -va-A-riff. fl - -usp-2-'. "1 - 1e,,.,gB1GZ5l G2ImS:.s.,..,,.f.5:.s.f-9...5l'e.w9.GEZ3 A It .img 12599 ILLIQQ I 2? if E13 ,X A Q5 ti A.H.FETT1NG W i S jx MFG. JEWELRY co. 3 ij Mmfamms of DRAWING MATERIALS IZ I rj, Greek Letter Fraternity AMERICAN .W Jewell? DRAWING INSTRUMENTS T V A Special designs and estimates SLIDE RULES L I fm Class Pins' Rmgsf etc' SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS l I A MEASURING TAPES 5 . Keuffel 8: Esser Co. of N. Y. Q 213 North Liberty Street 520 South Dearborn SF- H K Baltimore, Md. CHICAGO ID I E15 I Q 'I i IYA it G h - 2 C Hg S sb Ev I I KA DY S I K . I 1 I I The nearest thing to home B 4 ri GEHRIG'S CAFETERIA Q1 29: And Lunch Room open all day fi .'1 A No. 20-22 Main St' WG c. EHRGOTT, PROP. ,f, r I H' "' Phone: Auto 2265 i 614 E. Green Street 5 rn I1 ' 9 fe GEHRIGS FE ti? 1 412 . . Ai Sw Hundred Nineteen rf V if , .0 K4 Jf1QH,jfijQgl1LL10l Q. . 1- lg Sv! . F :F 'nf i N1 15 d H ith S' 3 Goo ea 5. fl is not a matter of chance, it comes from right A if n I living. i J! is. .i oo rintmg y. G d P ' ' ii f w ' I is not an accident, but must come from those i i ' experienced and trained in the art. 'S' 4 . Fi 0 0 1 es arris jk, at 108 S. Neil, Champaign, have the necessary ' ' qualifications to produce good printing. Phone ' - W Garfield 1078, for anything that's printable. gg E9 QE K I SQ! Qi ELEVEN YEARS V OF SERVICE gig ii'-. fi? Qi h if 'I I' i 1 L X I I i I 'l if :fi gs ai i if- L' 5.1 A Roger Zombro Apparel for University Men yi: GREEN STREET-OF COURSE .34 ,Eli 53 QD db ii ii Six Hufndr rl T ty 'Ai ' ' . . g KQmQ3v1QsQv!55r fqxxggg.-.2:is+.,g.5gy,qQ:fc5 in .fin-:P-LJ A 643192. .- - ,.l' 'leg . X, ' .24-11:1-,BL Am t5izf...lu9pA2fA2T,,:.-Q.. A, ,W QQ ILL1Oo I YI ' XMI .H , J I The 53 YOUN G WOMEN 'S in Q52 ik tg CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION if I 1 A , I L I of the I ' Eg UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS H what the Y. W. C. A. has. E Room and board accommodations for sixty girls Q Assembly room Y I . Reading and social rooms - 1 I Committee rooms I A I Ofiices K' 5? 52 Ii A If fi Your Support will be- Appreciated Y Address SECRETARY of Y. W. C. A. 5 . 801'S. Wright street Champaign, Ill. E ii IE . IE ' 4' Sax Hundred Twenty-one V ' F4 ie, M ..1. mg 1529 ILUQQ 'Y . 6 'nr 25 li EF Pl, u c br V1 The Store of Quality, Service and 53' 24' Values-for Men, Women QC ti and Children P 0 4 E 1 X fl L is s :-. .. --" Ti f- Ll 'ri f Vx, , Y IIIA --f, ., cp' 'll fi il! i Q "V ,II . 'l 'i'll l3mfy5'l'1lf-:fig AA i Zg T""' WElElifl'l,a.iii sl- TTI P ee S2 .,.om.ldi.:, J eeee gig i c i ' 4 r-il' h -Q , , W.Lew1s 6? Co. CHAMPAIGN'S LEADING DEPT. STORE LIMESTO E 5:12 M You simply cannot make sour soil produce maximum crops. Il Q The remedy is limestone. I , L l After you have applied our Columbia Ground Limestone to , your soil, every fertilizer will act better. Used by the Wise who fertilize. :gs r i, ,.-, ,fi l I . 1 Columbia .Qu arry Company 5 4 hi Producers of Columbia Brand Ground Limestone and Distributors lg' 5 . of Ground Limestone Spreaders. is if! lib' Plants at Krause, Columbia, Valmeyer, Alton and Grafton, Illinois. General Ohice 710 Fullerton Building, St. Louis, Mo. Qi M Prompt Shipments to Any Point. Q S E i "lil KAN 5' a fi Sim: Hundred Twenty-two ggi lzbfgfi yr --f f 7 r V , -- W 1 ' .- - 1 W Y Y - - Q'2::Q.- 1 -1- v if - wh!!! 4 1 A I 0TQg1E5gg.1Lu0Q I it il gd lvg I I I I y"'4 N ig P. D. FOSTER , .Si PLANING MILL ZX I Cabfrnet, Ojice and Furniture I 1 Wm CAFETERIA I if South Chestnut Street 1 E . E, Qi CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 6 0 ' Green Sl I f I 4 1 I 4 v x . The Metzler58:Schafer Co. gg Mrs. Jas. IJ. Nallghtln Grocery Headquarters . DRESSMAKER ' FO FOR V34 and DESIGNER THOUGHT , . ' Sfyley 1fgfO?Ig:i'JI'liII1Ig3Zganteed Keep a Snack in Your Room VII 512 E. STOUGHTON ST. MAIN ST' my CHAMPAIGN, ILL. One-half Block West of I. C. I i F' Ii HAVE YOU READ IT YET? SEV' E In Book Form fig 'I 66 99 P , And It Came To Pass . E I By I 3 p T. A. CLARK Tltc greatest bit of writing since Babe Ruth wrote his personal ex- P? by periences of the "movie" business. A clear explanation of how Alpha Chi 'fi clxaper of T. N. E. came to be "isn't" and the marvelous "here I am, here 1 r I I ain't" lightning-like moves by the Dean in which he saw act'ons in twenty- ' rcx e:1 different places at one time while seated in his oflice at the Adminis- M' tx-a'ion building. N- 561 by E , HAS FOILED THE BEST DETECTIVE ABILITY OF A. CONAN DOYLE. How DOES HE DO IT? qi Q lil six Hundred Twmy-an ggsj i . F7 OTIIIL IOQQ uno igaiffse-2-""NWL, lvl. lil it it 3 Dearborn Chemlcal Company in up I 332 S. M1ch1gan Ave., Chicago ll Manufacturers of J P! as Dearborn Water Treatment 2, i b For Prevention of V 'A SCALE, CORROSION, PITTING AND FOAMING Q In Steam Boilers ' HIGH GRADE LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES ' as NO-OX-ID RUST PREVENTIVE gb Other Specialties .Al Q29 H W Here's one who rates Have you H heA,4thQ id The wreath of glory , fjfgffff Q A 5- Rex Saffer knows the S92 5""f3"'?" - Latest story. Q I - . ' In actions clean, in ,S r" ll Thought most pure, K we . I I We hall our greatest g I C' I Raconteur. 5? ' c 4, u ll Amerlcan Seatlng Company ' . Manufacturers of ' SCHOOL FURNITURE-CHURCH FURNITURE .rg ' .V ASSEMBLY CHAIRS H Gen'1 Oflices, 14 E. Jackson Blvd., 5 cH1oAGo qi Sales Oflices in all Principal Cities. Six Ilundrcd Twenty-four in Iii ogwaaemf sesame-mf'.1?: rg img IOQQT ILLKDc rasszwrasazaewawfg H W 4426 s f, A' X :W 11:50 . Z W -14 f .,, t, .n. 4 i- ' ,f, '-,f M "vp, mg .y f:lQ'Him.,1, My I IL ' MM' ,,:glAWf' I' 7. if 1 ,, ',ln"fV W 'V 'W :4 N .iif.-'-W'-' 5, KW, fr, Q as ' K wa" up All ' A H' It -. ,. A 115- Mgt N ft n tra wl kif s xlfi f . .- 3-L. ,', 'N If IA, W G:-5 33453: 15 44-1 9 0 THE TRADE MARK OF QUALITY MADE FAMOUS BY GOOD IMPLEMENTS The "leaping deer" trade-mark, shown above, is Deere Sz Company's stamp of ap- proval. It means that the implement carrying it was made in a John Deere factory in the John Deere way. It distinguishes John Deere implements from inferior goods. It is a guarantee of satisfaction-an insur- ance policy against disappointment. There is a John Deere implement or machine for practically every farming operation, and each carries the John Deere trade-mark. Look for the "leaping deer" trade-mark when you buy your farm machinery. Deere Sz Company A MOLINE, ILLINOIS Manufacturers of John Deere Implements Six Hu drad Twenty five .1 w. A my F752 V oTII1L162t2 ,Luo . F BG' 'uf it IZ S4 I3 H ? - ARRY DERROUGH HARRY MOORE :W W. A. FUNK F. V. MORGAN In K I ,I Derrough KL Moore I4 'J . L , CAVE ae W Slate, Tile, Tin, Gravel and Pre- I I pared Roofing, Sheet Metal B L Work in All Its Branches 1 1 rg HEAVY IRON WORK A F3 SPECIALTY 213 .gay I ' , , Main 202. sos N. Neil sn. E4 Q 510 E. GREEN CHAMPAIGN QQ CHAMPAIGN VAN gg 654 K I - W ag THE DIXIE M J SIC HOUSE Q YORK Band Instruments PENZEL Clarinets Q KJ GRAND RAPIDS Band Instruments AMERICAN STANDARD Clarinets J U-S-A Band Instruments CHRISTENSEN Flutes and Piceolos 'Q Ig Bargains in USED Band Instruments-Both Brass and Wood-wind. I1 COMPLETE LINE OF DRUMMERS' SUPPLIES F I TI-IE DIXIE MUSIC HOUSE A Ll 105 West Madison St. fAfter May lst, 320 South Wabashj CHICAGO K 'J L' I Th D' 1 C rl e else -Wemmer ompany L LIMA, OHIO ,A MAKERS OF CIGARS E FOR MEN OF JUDGMENT AND GOOD TASTE 155 I SAN FELICE and EL VERSO Lf Q5 "THE BAND GUARANTEES SAN FELICE QUALITY" E' if Six Hundred Twenty-sm: I IM 1 4313 Pk it 'T'?"3'fT?" - I ' I' A I A -T - 4- - s I - P!! QTHQ IQ QQ ILLIQQ ,Axim-Ilia!!-5-Qgslxlg .E .E gm ti -21 oxxt tryol if'-Z Eg is ..,g,l, 62. S1 Bell - mgg, j System 9. A I 'ri' x " , L 1 Bell telephone service in this state is supplied by the l I jf Illinois Bell Telephone Company. - Q4 ' This company has 810,000 telephones. There are 560 kr, 'iq other telephone companies in the state having 340,000 tele- 5' I , phones. The Illinois Bell connects with these companies " I ? making a total of- 1,150,000 telephones in the state system. , 3 r I b tllI'here are more than 20,000 men and women employed l 1 ' y IS company. w 4 The company uses 2,300,000 miles of wire. I I, Q The company proposes to spend 514,500,000 for lm- iq gf: provements ln Illinois dur1ng.1921. QQ I I e e e fur I fur H I 1 , H ' - mins 535 Q3 K x dl ' ' MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL MEETING I l , CELLER GANG F l ren 35 F-22' f PHI KAPPA SIGH. 'i F I I1 Meeting called to order by Brother "Perk" Bass, acting chairman. f K He lays Brogher Mount's 45.70 on the table and is immediately elected I permanent c airman. ' l 1 I Brother Donahue rises: "Now when 'Slouie' Chapman was in the I ' l active chapter ..... " Sqeulched by the chair. J Q Brother Dick Evans rises to a point of order. His effort to mention is a eulogy for Brother "Bart"' Macomber results in reproval by Bro. QS' gl' Bass. Q1 Q Brother Mount: "Mn Chairman and brothers, "The greatness of E p old Phi Kappa Sigh was impressed upon me on the first night 1 was in the house I saw a jug under Scotch McMaster's bed an' while I watched I r p lilt, pretty soon 'pop' out fiopped a raisin and I knew I was in the right N r ouse ..... " . . 'sa , fThe chairman raps for order.J I 'Q PhB13th1er Jimmy Kamy: "I tell you boys, when Bert Ingwerson was a 1 ig ..... fAt this juncture Brother Clevedance poked his head in the door ill and shouts, "Hey boys, I got a quart," and the meeting breaks up in Nfl 53 disorder J '55 7 Q Al Sim Hundred Twenty-seven gg r 1 5 1 1 .di Il 5 ' " ' IIE--f E' 2' Q ' 'Q -2-,-4' ' Z :Z'v?5.4 .'.s'.ia94a"f.:nIsa', fCfDE..f?'aQs:cfIeAas-..,B.,f..Q:seQ.,.Q4.w.Qq3 ' 7" ' ' "'iY""!" ' WGS! 'Yr' eg' C 'C A 'I' 'i4T!""' Y ""'i1t'iff1-' - , .4 1 .L -- fr ' . ggi'-vavsar-sir :Ls o'f1,.1Q1Q2,-2 Hugs .rl . - . ... IE I Q y'?'4 L 4 P' H d 1ano ea quarters Sl H Regardless of the type of Piano or Inner- Player you desire, we can supply your A needs. 1 Our large stocks include instruments of 'Xl ,Q every description-Grands, Uprights and P55 52 Inner-Players-at every price level con- gil ' sistent with high quality. And every one A 4 I is the best in its class. i I We are the makers of the artis- l 1 ' 1 tic Conover, Cable, Kingsbury Whether you are looking for the finest w Weglfzgtgntplagosr and tfle grand piano or merely an inexpensive up- J brgggis M3531 lkogalgin, 3.12231 right for the children's practice, we urge is man, Harrington, Premier, you to lnvestlgate our offerings before you Z3 has I Puritan and Christman Grands. choose. fi' fx db db H CABLE PIANO COMPANY Q 41 Main Street Wabash and Jackson fn i CHAMPAIGN CHICAGO I l G3 l f W 6 TELEPHONE it FRA KLI 2 ' . , l Q I N N 17 3 . iw he U 0 I 0 PA.. W1ll1am Schrldde P . R4 W L I ' R q Company I , 1 r .. - 0 A K Manufacturers of High Grade my 4 ' x l ' 1 rl MEDALS U 1 I' if? PRIZE CUPS, TROPHY ,li SHIELDS, BANNERS, 1' l BADGES, ETC. y N if Office and Fact0I'y, ROOIYIS 617-619 A unicern boy than uBoSc0n 5 358 WEST MADISON STREET Cohn gl, IS Northwest Cor. Market St. We,Ve hardly ever found' Zi leg Ile gets h1S VOICE u to C, pig 1 ' P ,Q 5,1 CHICAGO But runs it ln the ground. Six Hundred Twenty-eight 'Ax r '1 " ' , 5. I Qmg IQQQ ILLIQQ if SE Li WESTERN BRICK COMPANY DANVILLE, ILLINOIS A ' l 1 i 2 Furnished the face brick for I My Ceramics Building and Girls' Dormitory EQ: QI: at U. of I. ' 41 I I l l i 'A Manufacturers of Shale Common Brick and Hollow Tile S E ARTISTIC FACE BRICK 1 ld' "DORIC" and "GOTHIC" .SHADES STIPPLED TEXTURE as Annual capacity over 100,000,000 l . . P14 PN , Ka S2 The Frederlck Post Company Q CHICAGO I I 1 U DRAWING MATERIALS if ENGINEERS EQUIPMENT gg .1 . DI I if Send for our Catalogue and Current Prices Ig The Honse of Dependable Merchandise L fi Six Hundred Twenty-n I 41' , r 1 574 gggezvvx 'fm oT1:1L1QQQILL1Qo S W lil 5. F E . Plumbing Fixtures of g L' K' H OW S E Known Quality Yi WHOLESALE , , f ss When .in Indianapolis inspect our ,4 A I FRUITS and PRODUCE ifiifdlifuhiffiilyfgilin' r'Sf',f1i""2'Z',T1piZ't'2 I in the Central States. You will be I , !I welcome. if 56-58 Main St. CHAMPAIGN WE SELL AND RECOMMEND: ki 591 National Steel Pipe iq! S1 Water Closet Qutfits f I W Cast Iron Fittings fl f 0522210212 tivlxffi-'lS"y system' l I I Irxgggtion Spriqilging Lines 1 1 V Byer's Genuini iiltx?gugR1iuIti'oiimPipe V 4 Mgeller Brass ggtodev t .R di t h s o cam an a er a na ors gi Playmor Billiard Startignsagotoxgzgf B-'dm L Steel Boilers and Tubes F4 mg., Lan-Welded Boiler Tubes Fi Valves. Traps, Etc. 6,1 Q 11 Brunswick Tables Central Supply Co' - - WVnter, gras and Steam Supplies. ' um m 'IX ures f ZS N. s. Mouyms URBANA 210'23S113B'iYl'1Zi'?'5tEisAven'1e 74 Pai Q9 Q l X WJ M Hotel Del Prado CHICAGO A 555 if DAVIS XL W w KREEGER H U Q 1 :- L On the Mldyvay, Adlommg , l 1 DECORATORS 85 CONTRACTORS the Universlty of Chl-cago I I , IN PAINTING AND GLAZING and Jackson Park I 1 u -W in lg? Q! S. T I h , W 12 th 722 5-f W e ep one en W ATTRACTIVE RATES gg I 211-213 W. 63d street 5 N V . A E t bush d 1886 Dancing Wednesday ' sa e Concert and Movies Sunday 1-4 r-I CHICAGO, ILLINOIS -'-' il . , ab! 15 Minutes to C1ty QE gg H U ' i 2 Q VA Six Humhcd Thirty T I jj Y .-,mg 15929 Img.. .. if Eng Stop at . E t The Inman Hotel fq 1 52 the best place I0 eat ana' 'Q . . -- '2 sleep zn the czty ri fq l A' 1 4 H as G. W. BYERS and A. DANIELSON ' ' Propfetors ' ' at ' Kr: Ei? Q p,3 SE "E H A H11 tl For Rent, Borrow, Barter or Trade 51 L 4 l 1 One second class Ford Car and chauffeur, ob- ' 1 . tainable at all hours of the day and night. Reason 4 4 pl for rental, owner is tired of riding. Car gave iii ,gba excellent service during Easter vacation even 5, 5.1 with a substitute chauffeur. gf nu Apply K. H. Bungalow Court, or see If S' Sid Wanzer, D. K. E. hovel. Milt Richards :fi assistant chauffeur. MW N in K - ,W lv S Z' E HE ' Six Hundred Thirty-one ,Ax I 1 ' . Y X Q 61. L-. JTIIIQIQQQ 1LL1ODQQ!6v.f:safe'fa-Cga,6S':hfswgg if L A , 1 wi DWIGHT BROTHERS 55 K A I I if Exclusive Printing Paper Dealers E3 tai is, by Books, Bond, Ledger, Writing 1 I Card Boards and Envelopes I I I Y rg QUALITY SERVICE Q3 Harrison 395 W 626-636 so. Clark st. Chicago Q A 5? Q K ! ,,,,, .,,. ....- ..., ,l Q + ., 1 Ye Gods and little fishes, . 4 If I Ralph Peltz, as I'm alive Q 3,1 . He 1S a self-styled humorist Q NS" XSL This Dollar Sixty Five. P A ' . .' Y A 1 '-4 ' hi if 6: .1 ' bi MEHRING 66 HANSCN Co. 1' f ' HEATING, VENTILATION, COOLING SYSTEMS, Y POWER PLANTS, GENERAL PRESSURE PIPING if - 40 Years Experience 118 AN. Franklin St. if Main 2010 and 2011 CHICAGO, ILL. is! I Six Hundred Thirty-two ' v 1 I 5112113 12529 ILLIQH sw s-1 as H .u 53. J K I I wa 1.4 652 Q3 ' r P4 fi 1 1 1 . ' 1 A we WMM: Hthm? """""" ' 9? 35 EF F E RSCDN as ,Q A Q Q W In GPEORIA W U T . as 400 ROOMS, EACH WITH PRIVATE BATH gg WATSON-MCMAHON CO., PROPS. ,gg D. J. MCMAHON, MANAGER f . fs ' A Y 1 1 I 1 L? if +1 'ff r R' A N nd I' A jk ' ' Six Hundred Thirty-three Ax ' - , r 1 wi QT1fu:j2jgg ILLIQQ I2 523 513 I3 Gehrke S Il111'101S Bakery 'fi fl 207 E. Clark St. gi l rj' lx WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ' r 355 Bakery Products V J 1 HOLSUM BREAD ALL KINDS OF PASTRY TO ORDER Z5 PRICES TO CLUBS Q29 Q W We DEAN RUBY MASON DOES E not think at S THE SHIMMY Y 3 1 is nice. 1 I 1 I I in E P' ICE CREAMS A ICES , SHERBETS IH P4 Champaign Ice Cream CO. gr 24 . 115-117 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. gb: MAIN 175 GARFILLD 2107 E53 sm Hamm-ad Thirty-fo 141- f Ll s N .J A 4-mi:-T i i 59ga5a,,."a' N ,r , EQZWW "'1f"f' -Q P14 QTHL 1922 nuoo Sf ' ' i if lvl hu i f l.3jl'l ' l ll,-14 it-'ri as tr? gl ,LQ iz . S1 Cl at-A Canches it N A N I R Page 8z Shaw ' ' , CHICAGO ' 'fl Nunnauy S MADISON STREET Martha Washington Can- EAST or LASALLE gag dies Two and one-half blocks from thc f busiest corncr in the world. y . . 1 v 1 The kmds She hkes Brevoort Hotel upholds worthily, l y the best traditions of American J hotels famed for hospitality. gg l' ' ' H 'TS 21" Brevoort Hotel has long' been fl? favored by Illini. It IS the sincere H Druggistg purpose of the management to H V l , , give to all its patrons at least a 'D 25 Main St-, Cl'laI'I1p3.1gD little better value for the money fm H than may elsewhere be obtained. gm 59 615 K X gg T, Qolvm 55 We Invite Your Account V! int Hi! 'fiat Son E SPECIALLY stu- iii E dent and faculty lg Q business do we give F , 4 Wbolejale and Retail particular attention to. 4 l ' Our officers are at I 1 l In Jlfleats and "Provisions all tlmesgwlumg fo Ff' y I . fer business advice L1 ,bg - whether your account peg, 51 I-'I with us is large or 'ff 'Q 'M small. lf! ' ' 370 paid on savings ' f l PHONES: M accounts. Main 186-Garfield 4147 . gg Urbana Banking Co. pg is 204 W. Main St. Zi URBANA, ILLINOIS JOHN H.. THORNBURN J. W. Huss 5 N President Cashier if 'H H ' Q f l Sia: Hundred Thirty-five If v ...mg 1929 MMO., gi C aamrltiaefsxfermn T-if ' lil W 5. 31? Fi! 15 S Q W 1 fl SWE! C if l l --' lii E169 QE it " l lg , M 3 ,Q IT MATTERS NOT' what the article W ? . may be--whether it be peas, or pine- 3 L 4 apple, or tea, or offee. or flour, or pre- l 1 serves, or anytlrrig else in the line of ' Eg foods-if it carries the "Club House" label, you may rest assured that you are buying an article of unquestionable W Q 'vdness and merit. A W bu , . rv Frunklln MacVeagh Sz Company Ml Manufacturing Wholesale Grocers gs CHICAGO ' L Q as e ' as Sl 1' Jusr ' C6 v H FJ f L , ' R 1 yyvy I' I 3 I 1 l A U i 1 l li R' if? A 52 ls gl l T N l"ll ll ' , All Mecganics . if S umlisEM1ia?b R 'C I' ' Ch : K' S E R V I C E 1 B 'fi1l3,Barney-I feel so 'goodl' " ,gg A arney: n M 5' Morse Twist Drm KL Machine Co. Shiga?-SBIR' Yes Chester' you ws New Bedford, Mass., U. S. A. w I I O Sax Hundred Thwty-sm: fb :Li v' 1 Q - o'I'lTlQ1QQQ M100 , 'pl ' ini I-S S' .u Fl J if A , I 'l 54: H 5 M 4 I A ff - ,f 1 A I wp If Y i f 1 r 1 1 Y 4 YZ H Q M I There are a lot of features you will like about a HARVARD CHAIR G V. 7"1 . and many of these same features will have a is Q pleasing eEect on your patients. The latest Fl 5 Harvard is equipped with the supplemental F ' child's seat, automatic head-rest, low-pressure, K 1 dust-proof oil pump and new Harvard foot rest. 1 3 Write for installment terms and a copy of The E1 fi Harvard catalog. go iff? gf I li HARVARD COMPANY fl , N A Canton, Ohio, U. S. A. Q: - r lg A51 G' Six Hundred Thirty-seven 'M r '1 ' ' f .mg IQQQ HMO. c lvl lil AE I Q QW 513 L5 cf rv, B am ai n A Flavor For 513, e Th Ch g A .H - 3 p Every Taste 4 N 0 ' A atlonal Bank C,,CA,C0L,. I1 , 11, ORANGE CRUSH .il A CHAMPAIGN. ILL- CHERRY BLOSSOMS is .91 GREEN RIVER g- ' 4 ,l 1 Active Capital over S200,000 And All the High Grade Carbon- ' iw Q I Transacts a General Banking ated Beverages l ' , Business ASK FOR THEM IN BOTTLES , 4 Member Federal Reserve System TRY OUR FRUIT PUNCH L 'Q . WZ l'x1 ' Za P d Champaign Coca Cola FA Edward Bailey, resi ent - , , 1? 'll' Q F. S. Bailey, Vice-President H 3 A P- L- MCPM-fters, Cashier 107-109 N. Market-Phone M. 285 - MN J. H. Snider, Assistant Cashier Q .. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. F1 Q lf: , . WA - A Chlcago Bridge 8: ' d by the 3 ,Q 'age water supplle Q , . palgn Kr Urbana Water W S21 Cogrrliany to the Twin Cltles ee eep an ?'-"""""""-"" Riff? all dim' 3i1?3l?..Z.'5E3 Qi into a receivlng basin being- ELEVATED AND ariated for the purpose of A STORAGE F N oxidizing the iron content. It 'V n is then pumped to the me- ix - ' 4 ' - -' lil . 5 1 Z'3221i?l f::::s..fgf.i2e 9:35. f . A R I 5 g Liquid Chlorine is introduced at 5 A TANKS . 1 l J into the water before enter- . 'gg L ,1 ing the filters in the quantity ---'Qi ' ' ' STACKS AND gg xo? of four pounds per million ll, WF li gallons of wlategl The zvaitler HEAVY PLATE W fl f t ter in o e A' , P stjdnggerom resirvoirs from . Q WORK ' Wfhilcth it .gs Pulgpsdtiqfotglg ' ' Write for Catalog ff eigi y mi es o IS Tl u --------- I ,, mam' SALES OFFICES q' U CI-IIcAGo. ILL. DALLAS, TEX. ly 'S '-' H'l':1xXA5TgK'GIX'Y' it? AFKFSHESCZAL Zi by CHARLOTTE, IlX.C. SEATTLE, WASH. ' '47 "H W S " SHOPS ' as YDRANT ATER IS AFB Chicago, Ill.. Greenvgle, ga., Bridgeburg, Ont., as ' , B A I I 'H ' Bn ew 'll fl! X sir Hundred Them,-eight i if Fei T' ff Y v P "-1:-sr A-S - - Ai" "TFA "NN ' L' W:-P-A .Az-fs-A .,4 . 25:01 We A -4 1 gl ff- , - n .' .A-1 - 'law fl Q35mWv92a,g J-Qsnilbvf drug! IQ Q Q I L U00 f AGQQA,-1I"'LZ .ZiQf3 V fm W W 'l l . ua :QS Se? is T M BACCN 6? SONS S' 0 0 1 f WALL PAPER, PAINTS, GLASS ,lj , Af, Corner Walnut and Taylor Streets 4 L l ,H A CHAMPAIGN, ILL. L Q! li I 1 , 3" f Y 1 Y I I X 4 Bd 11' B C cl' if 1 we s etter an 16S 6,5 ee it - 619 South Wright Street ZS Next to Postofiice Q? Q52 . ., . . W SY 0 P i H T K Th ur ro s-- ow 0 now em .1 B. V. D. Jones fHistoryJ--"Burn my clothes ..... " P I 1 ' Dr,ABurge fPhysiologyJ--"Let me see .... Ohl Yes, Now let's have I L an understanding as to what you, are supposed to know about this." I le I Mr. Schuetner CP. TJ-"Children, be still." A . Al 59? Dr. Ward fZool. 13-"Ahem! ..... Young man, do you understand '1 that this lecture begins promptly . . fahemj . . at nine? Well, lahemj P' rx' now as soon as the young lady . . fahemj removes her hat . . " If l , T. T. Quirke CGeol.J-"Eminent geologists have denied this, but A N y others equally as eminent favor it . . . I am of the opinion that you may H, M1 take it as fact that the mollususcoidia has no teething ring in its left nostril ..... " Dr. Beard-"fCensored by Council of Administrationli' sql qu EF '55 W W Six Hundred Thirty-mne rr v 1 fi iv: s-QL Qing 12522 M100 I W W1 F 5. Ss? E gh' .W . ' fx NBILLIARDS FOR BRAIN FAC." 1 W l "THE CORT" 553- I - 222 1 if A Billiard and Recreation Parlor 1 r A Operating Eighteen Tables l ' Y 4 Over 213-215-217 N. Neil St. Champaign, Illinois " L, , E F5 Large Amphitheater in Connection with Plenty of gl Entertainment in Season ' ii H it ?F ilk ll Q9 5' 52 D , ,v 'I fl HU TER, woon Co. 5 LUMBER, PLANING MILL AND COAL if ,S An invitation to you to make us a visit and Q12 talk over your building needs and wishes. I "LET US FIGURE YOUR BILLS" p 'li U Garfield 4216 URBANA, ILL. . A K- ,Q P1 il fag in , 'l' W Szx Hundred Forty ,' , I 1 0 G I 'E ' - f-iQ!o'!r"'-' T I A F Af 'A ' tv ' i""If'5!jii"' - "4" 7" ' Q25ZtQ ,e,,..4-'vi , - . PM eT1.1L19QQ Huge .aegvw-N. - 4 .2 s...Asrss4xng? 'SW lvl I I if 53 gtj E: ir GOODRICH WAY be IA i Established 1856 A ,X -FROM Cmcfxao- n -J To Milwaukee, Manitowoc, kk Q2 Sturgeon Bay, Escanaba, Mack- iq, 1 inac Island, Grand Rapids, f I . Grand Haven, Muskegon and I f White Lake. 1 ' 1 The Only Year 'Round Great i 1 ' Lakes Service. J Vacation Guides Free. as Plan Your Summer Vacation gs I . Now. U 1 Write for Illustrated Folder or Resort Booklet. GOODRICH TRANSIT COMPANY gs 61,1 DOCKS: Michigan Blvd. and River, Chicago. CITY OFFICE: 104 So. Clark St. A to o I u 4, V ' ' lg 1 W1 ' ESTABLISHED 1856 1 I 4 5 Q .. 0 MARINER E gi '1 HOSKIN S F 4 I 1 CHEMISTS dt I 1 , ENGINEERS . rj . . . L' ,Ba 2009 Harr1s Trust Building 52 111 West Monroe Street G", 1 Telephone 330 l . f l 1 X' -A This, dear readers, is "Chuck" CHICAGO gg Carney at a tenderd age, sciq tender '4 'd d,thth Ah attetime - - I R iz? isis ill aadviiedaexposurej never Write -for Infmgmaftwn on wrestled with a pig-skin. Nor had S071 and other A97'7fC?4ltu7'al xii EF he at that time coaxed the ivories Analyses. 61.2 for the possession of a "toad i . skinfll Indeed a tender age for - ' Ch . ' ' 'AY uc I I ' Six Hundred Forty-one 'P ' ' I i...,1 ' e ve ' I f w esfeeve I P oTI:1L 1Q2'2 ILLIO ctiwiiv-X ' I ll Il -43 5' ng 53 li , T J W K o I4 Q r W at fl I I1 g , N l I 4 N STE . ll I lil l .' . 53 - Q 54 NO. 2 OPERA ING A LE K X NO. 94 CABINET WITH CXBINST B WI R Thousands of dentists are using The table has been in use for a thls Cabinet and llke lt- long time and found convenient. Eg Why experiment? . , , I Its interior conveniences are Adding the cabinet gwes you an tn fully equal to its exterior at- ideal auxiliary cabinet or a A l l tractiveness. cabinet for prophylactic work. I l 1 Pi "W" l' Le? Our goods can be combined with others and purchased on the 'Q installment plan if desired. r l Shall we mail you our catalog? ll o 0 Q' If Th A C b t C -I 6 Il16I'lC2lIl il H10 0. P Ig V i :E Two RIVERS, WISCONSIN Lf .2 I' QI dFt11 ,,.,f-,Q S-a.,A,Q.31Ix3QfiL eb--44 ,Ib-H 1 rJ,,Q, 'pb IAN Six Hundrc or -two fb . - 1-xg--Si: effflg-eff-S5 , , . fx-- , nv.-f:5'T2gEI 'lnf ' , af 'S 'TQfSC2 6 I l . ' .I--r'. 1: ,. Y " . '-T""' - "' 1 1:14 -X 'Z I7 V X- - - A 'ff' 'Y fl- Af ' ' . . - ---w?L:--.H fs DTI-ll-11922 ILLIOO A AM- -?-- Q--Q ' Y' I ' 'SWF' " 7 Wlll the Presldent say thls to You. 1? ' 5.1 Ig " Your Annual is splendid! You have Sl ge done a fine thing for your University. " - Smauusaaa , ' K gmqqo lf. you get out. a really fine Annual you will A win the compliments and admiration of your I k classmates, and the respect of the officers of , I your School. For years afterward your book I ' will be referred to as "the best book ever lx ill' Issuedl'-if you give the work your best. L' '4 Make sure you .will work along the best ig 5:95. lines by getting the advice of iq! ii our Service Department. ffl N . I F I I . f 'fir or Ii: 1 ,L-'a,,,,1 l . ' 9222275.15 ' 4 Jsllaplpylg 5,699 h l n n u a . LQ Q gi 53-Serra at QQ College Annual Engravings qllf W Commencement Invitations H . INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING at ELECTROTYPING co. ' gg 222 EAST OHIO STREET :: :: :: INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA M .-.l FQ Q9 i Il ,Q The Alpha Chi formal is about ready to H Q start. What a bid? That's easyi See JJ "Hump" Campbell, the S.A.E., he rated one, ye and if he did-oh well, why be obvious? gl f :I 'I I K A I I l i I ' I ' I ,ll This Trade Mark stands for SAFETY FIRST ALWAYS gg Q? X Q You take no chance when you buy from us. 'Sf Our packing is the best by test. ,H ef' "I The Garlock Packing Company I V - 'L'fLZl'S'f2 ,"' 326 W. Madison St. CHICAGO-Branches in all principal cities. N A FEW OF OUR REPRESENTATIVE STYLES In No. 200-Ring for High Pressure Steam. K' Q No. 333-Ring for Medium Pressure Steam and Ammonia. IS No. 260-Ring for Inside Packed Plungers of B'o1ler Feed Pumps. 6 No. 441-Special Duo for Outside Packed Boiler Feed Pumps. M No. 900-High Pressure Sheet for use where a good gasket is desired. as No. 22-Red Sheet for general service. QE , I 1 . I 'x Sw Hundred Forty three . v rp - , 'll 0 ' ' ' QL. 1 f U- 'l.i'X".lQQi'g'-7717 11 .- buff: LLL. ,:.:.,-A-9.-are----A . L I . F? 9337 I i' ' '?I'l1ILi522 :Luo W we cf 5. it E THE IF IN LIFE MAKES INSURANCE NECESSARY 15 Pl J. Y. HAM LIN 5 District Agent Northwestern Mutual Life i 1 Room 510 A TeleDh0He Q First National Bank Building Main 193 Q . fi' N fi, I 5 E AT GELVIN'S g at , CLOTHES SHCP fl The Store for Discriminating ' Illini U E "The Home of Coffee An-" ' IAN Green Street :iw - FRITZ SCHOULTZ 8z CO. IV' if C 0 S T U M E R S nn CHICAGO SQ JOHN F. SANDELL I 58 WEST LAKE STREET ig V MANAGER PHONE STATE 7733 5 nl , yd I Clarified Pasteurized A if W Champaign Sanitary Milk Co. is , 415 E. University Ave. . W' Main 1204 ag ii rp . ' 'N Sw Hundred :wmv-mr 1 I 1 I ' ' ' W 1 Y ' Q K' i' f ' ' ' Q of r - F W - . ei oTfUQ,19QQ ILLIQQ if SY 213 FI! lg r Su 'G F ft Goon LUCK AND Goon-BYE if A SEE YoU NEXT YEAR A 'W L g ,N X if s T E YQ L 1 .1 , . "wt ..m,.m...mm-.-vm-..-mW.mmm-- l 1 'A E ILA U N ID R Y 5 HARRY J. MILLARD M. G. SNYDER Main 406 H Il it it Et it it 633 tx ' ,t gg CHESLEY S gg W about W "The Popular Restaurant" LUMBER oUR MEAL TICKETS - SAVE YOU MONEY gg W 507 Goodwin Avenue W 1 , and one Block East of Chemistry Bldg. 1 I COAL URBANA I 1 i T 4 - . N ' 'H HUFF'S JUST A REMINDER! V MODERN DO NOT FORGET 1 r When you are prepared , x for your graduation suit, X, A we are here to make it. Q S, E, HUFF KL CO, Pitzenbarger 8z Flynn Call Garfield 4264 612 East Green Street, QE: CHAMPAIGN QQ 55 if 1 Six Hundred Forty-ji-va V ' a' gie1oE egqe:m aK1m1Q .n 'Ns mr 1 v-'fm M 32 fs -"HQ"-aakzw'N fe--gun , Ir . , ,vb , , . Q ,YV -. , f - ' v' ' " A . - -., A -Y Y Y. ,. L va - -ir' ' 433W Q Q DTI-ll-11922 ILLIO 45'-5"Vf"N-r--Tw?-"1i'GMl'?". fs QQ s. ' - J 01 Wi W1 IE D l II In 4 . I-4 rs P-I Q A JOHNS- F ' MQW? 1 ' N i A BF STO A 'K fx? ' J A 1 1 Through- U U, Do you know the many different id ways in which Asbestos, through 5. IFB' . ' Johns-Manville, is helping to make I1 life safer, more comfortable, more v msuumou worth while? ' I IMI ktpl lb! llral wlurr il hlollp i I I ,h,M,, ,,d,,mf You will find cur book, Johns- l l r noonncs . Manville Products, an Interesting fm raging- wh and helpful addition to your 4 Mdlldvtfvwrrwdllf library. Please mention the 1922 L Q IM:-dlmfg if Illio when writing for your copy. E ,iw F135 H I r fe' . F1 My , , Johns-Manvllle, Inc. My Michigan Avenue and 18th Street, Chicago fn H 10 Factories-Branches in 63 Large Cities H Q K 1 WI X Y i . 4 .6 li gg Mary Funk says a real Kappa tra- QE dition is to foster the study of psychol- 'J ogy. Here she is registering a pose that gf ' 1 illustrates on the onlooker the meaning Q of a "visual sensation." Turn the crank P I ! James. I 1 L - 4 ' ' 1 'li e.. if VY E. R. National Headquartersd for Collegiate aps, Gowns an Hoods. f COMPANY , 1 We have supplied the Caps and Gowns i .5 ' 932-33 Dakin St, worn bv each succeeding gracluatirzg is CHICAGO class at the Unzversity of Illinois for Zi 23,1 many years past. R. E. ZOMBRO, 604 gig id H H E. Green Street, his our distributiing Moozm Toes FOR GIRLS agent. I qi 1 yi Six Hundred Forty-six A P 111 ' 1 , L . .N Q- 7 -1 2:5 -gg -. ,. - AL- wr .v V - - Qi .g f - "f'i.N,3WZrz 97 . ' 9- 'J 1 fe ...f-Qfnitrrb Q .. ,. ,,.,,,,,.1T- .,,,. ,. TV'-',M ,. . - .,.,,,,.. . 1. lm.-. l , L 1 A z"' l-wgw--1:r v..,... .- ' - ',..-cuff 'L.-1"...Lu .Lt -. ,-Af. . . m l STQQ QQ ILLl0e ll ll E5 5, A l' gl n I A ll ll fl ll L 1 1 'A WILSON-BISHOP CO. 5 M Tower Building fi N. Michigan Ave. H CHIGAGO l Hi +"'4 Gil? Eb Q Men's Fine Clothes ' M ll Our Stock is Especially Adapted ll b to Men who Want Clothes so Good 1 u 4 and so Attractive that They Cause Q Favorable Comment Wherever Worn. iw Y' L 1 bl l' 5? ll 'fl f ix ,A ,. F4 Eel R I:-1,4 Hi il rp . ' 'Ll , 41' Six Hundred Forty-seven ' 1 ' 'W v Y ' l 'id' ' 4l9liVF9'LEpZT , , . L OTH-E 1Q2Q Hug . - , -...35L"iISs!2l'Q W Rose Theatrical Costume Co. The UNIVERSITY L. Manmussaaxsamxssfs of 2 THEATRICAL cos'rUMEs DRUG STORE Full Dress Suits For Rent or Sale. ' Headquarters for Minstrel Show A Costumes. I , Complete Line of Stage Make-Up. 180 W. Washington St. I 4 Phone Franklin 3680 12 TH. QPAT.T1TNl1. P'v'n'vw-'Feh-w lx 30 Years Professional Experience. Corner Green and Sixth Streets bg Call and See Us. sl . I fi , 1 . V The scene is a Union dance. . H The characters, an "Import" and "Perk" Bass, Phi Q 5 Kappa Psi. ,4 5 Mr. Bass: Pardon me, I didn't get the name. N The Import: Miss Pickerel. :xl I Il A dt Mr. Bass: Now, you stop, you're kidding me. Q ee Q6 I 1 gl' Go Where The Crowd Goes! Footwear of exquisite quality. Pat- terns and lasts that fit properly. S C I I I J L E R P Fashioned for those who do not h 1 care for commonplace shoes. B R Q S l 4 K' Snyder 85 Snyder CONFECTIONERY if Two Stores 9 Main St 'H 504 E. Green 312 Hickory l nw "The Home of The Chocolate Boston" if: TH? QB: si S Hundred Forty-eight ' ,Al Y l 1 '4 P yr oTI,i1L12Q2'2ILL1Qo gnsaiigszifiwuw W SQ ,An ' Q ASI .N "Traction" service is ace high sl Both to and from the U. of I. L R , Illini students and grads have found it so for l I 311, many years. AJ Q55 The Illinois Traction System is still the "road is 4 . ,, . qt! .big of good service east and west of Champaign. it ' It's because of the fast, frequent, electric trains 3 f 1' to the cities on line as well as the many advan- I 1 r tageous steam road connections for those who w 4 come a greater distance. In YW E7 ILLINOIS TRACTION SYSTEM QMCKINLEY LINES, II H ll ll Q Q75 M, I f Q Lammert Sz Mann ' ku Ke? E Company FH 'I ENGINEERS MACHINISTS I 1 Wood and Walnut Streets CHICAGO 1 I M f i f all Rziswsgs 0 Q' LQ? Vacuum 82 Pumps it ' y Water-Cooled 1 Double Stage for , A highest Vacuum , -E Builders of SPECIAL me MACHINERY ,SHN 9' 'M Six Hundred Forty--nine fb r '1' ' ' Qgp :'7"', 1"i' 2 ga- ' oTI:1L1Q2Q ILL1Qe Pfl x 1 J ' 1 ' G l -4 e u: I an IU n. . Q on JHH' if 51 QI Q A ,.,,C,i,,,S A, Remember Thls +1 KALAMAZOO, MICH. xx PEORIA, ILL. If you are having a nice A :X MIEAEQEKLEEREE T littledpartyim or jusit a few I A rien s, or y your onesome, d h' ' lj, STAVE SILO Sid tQZ?32., TLT? 'ng me J fog GRAIN BINS Get some of our Cookie- '1 COAL POCKETS Cakes and Crackers-either V' ly STORAGE TANKS frosted or chocolate coated. if L You will have the best, i 1 V 1 Agents Wanted in freshest and most toothsome Unoccupied eating you ever had. l Territory Try Them. ' 1 i Be sure you ask for some gg Send for of the 80 varieties, baked by D . t' f N ssfsglalgxe A A '- Thomas 8z Clarke General Offices . I . gg KAL1Qf?I1NE:Ii-XIZOO, Peoria, lllmols A Q9 Q N X WI if it ggi TELEPHONES Q WABASH 927-928 5, 111 e a es ue rm I , ' U 't Cl St t B1 P ' t ' L 4 ' ' 1 ll Paper Company L62 ' gf li A 'fi l MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN V' fl DRAWING MATERIALS and BLUE PRINT PAPERS is in V K' 201-207 s. WABASH AVE. Egg ,' ,354 c H I C A G o sbs Q iii 'AN mil Sir Hundred Fifty ' 7 1 Q i: ,E ' 1 P13362 s T .7-:Sgr -. ' Y fs Y 'vw U E "i' ig v-v-gr' 1 ' UTI-1121922 mio snsaefama?-Ysssemgig Ai I HOME KILLED MEATS AND POULTRY ,ps SMITH a PICA RD I No. 8 Main St. Champaign, Ill. ji WHOLESALE 8x RETAIL A if ' i rg H. SWANNELL at SON ll gag Reliable Druggisi The REXAL store is 'Q Established 1860 Older than the University P" A The Reliable Store for your Prescriptions, Drugs and Drug I l Store Goods l L 4 No. 1 Main Street. Cut Price on Toilet Articles Champaign 1 I E5 Q Eg . l O gg Percival-Kirkpatrick Hardware Company W BUILDING HARDWARE, CUTLERY KL TOOLS W See Us for fm HOTEL COOKING UTENSILS-The HENLY LAWN ' ' Ax, MOWERS and BEST LAWN HOSE ggi 109 N. Neil St. Champaign, Ill. r '- Q9 Q3 if WI H if yi , vp p . R lt 25 la 0 E Q DEAN CLARK ARRESTED F T 1 .blrhand 5 h IN THE ACT I Q li OF it rigning protest againrt '1 CHAS. C. PYLE--R. A. PORTER P' II' BOOTLEGGING. 'f i 7' but went rlrtad ana' signed I ,Q , . CHAMPAIGN'S ku Theatre of Clzamcter 5 Z' N Six Hundred Fifty-one 'V "' "":7" fazxicn ""4l.l1 -1:-' A 01" - -s Y' -' 'Q' ,E QE 4 ...a:A....,...Q 1 L an "" 1 " ' "' A' ' - ' Ad' 'W 'L ' ." " ' - I w -A..r' ' LQ? , gAA.::5Di4 oTI.1L1Q2Q ILLIO 'iq'4...f "'5"'g... . l gg SZ X KY .az A :1 E Mr. and Mrs. S Q 11135, we gl ' ' -1 N ' .va H J 1 M M 1 E " SSL' im 3' A Q 4 A R fv A s A N' in -- f ' W lg The Arcade fe L 1 .M-A ffzffui I J--55415111-. ' ,- ., on ectlonery A - ig 1 , AND 415' xv 1 f L h R if A ' 6' awe.-rf. ' .W eg. 4 unc 00m ei u zz ,,,f9zef4,11fq'e4 Qs me Q9 WE AIM T0 PLEASE Q , W y. .11 '12, Q.. 015, A Q l 1 w. if 5, CJ ' ' ' - Whitman Agency 'E-Mxfftiil " E! 5:4 K x gg ygg Smoke Your Old Ump's VH Clgars ,I V gi 1 R 'i l QS l' A -SAN JULIA- 1 l x 1' H , S M Ill A I ' , I Mild Havana ,' mu 457 , A, I '44 we and 2 for 25a K L' rg? QS! 51 All Dealers fp, EF 'Q A l V A f Frank Matheny A A -1- H"" ' N , i MAKER 205 E- Heali' Sf- Now in the next cage, Willie, We see Chi Beta's Starg Tom wields a wicked baseball bat Eli When he's not tending bar. ' Q ' r u 'A Six Hundred Fifty-two A r i ' ' :Ei Wi' g iniee 19.16579 4 -1 1. Huge , 'p -W. W if sk ki f' O1'3V2l 5 C t' C 1 M onstruc lon 0. M 1 TELEPHONE, HARRISON 21 V' HQ I T 1 1 T U ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS i ' 3 419 People's Gas Building Q I , . U STRUCTURAL STEEL AND Q BRIDGE WORK M 85th Street and Stewart' Avenue, Chicago ie E x ,T The editorially inclined Sigma Kappa said at the Homecom- gp ing Banquet- "Men will soon realize that women are essential Q Lvl to the world, they have already found this to be true in raising Y-'J their families." f ad 'I I' .H i. T ' I I . ' 4 gg A. E. GILBERG Sz CO. ll gf 11NcoRPoRATEDy -H ' bw CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS if ' T Pure Fruit COFFEES-TEAS Pure Fruit W I A Jams GROCERS SPECIALITIES Jetlies BQ ?29 North state Street ' CHICAGO F3 gi Catering to Colleges, Fraternities, Sororities and Cafeterias Represented by C. W. GILRERG in V Six Hundred Fifty-three Y X r 1 4- C f I., , -Y T Y 1 Y -v- . - - I I II J --J-f"'e'W'!'-1 - - L GTI-IL 1922 uuoo . , one -:rf t . - f i f . a vera? . 'ff ' I,-'f l f I ,I ji dz, X Page l jeg-,pw t , 1. -, ' ' ' 1' 4 ki z:?""" F1 I . nl it l in R l ' or ,, use College ls Over-What Next? i 91 ' A In-'H I ' I I ' A ' - J Your career is ahead of you, with QQ I all its opportunities and possibilities. I1 IU Li If Y.3u are going to be a success, you ag , must have, in addition to your pro- V, I . . fessionfalh agility, a comprehensive 1 1 ' 'Q'-I, A fe view o e usiness side of dentistry, l 1 ' -'hc side that has to do with "Dol- 1 1 4 lars and Cents." B QS. lil Successful dentists are realizing emi 5539512 ' the importance of environment on 'g-"1"-' 52 M P Q their patients, and the effect exerted " I on them by modern, pleasingly ape W l ..-y- poin'cd offices, and up-to-date equip- V' , . I I 1 KQ ment. I III . 5 When you buy equipment for your w ia? Q-,D offce, select the kind that will give ' -wr you the most efficient and lasting ' Q 1 I -:erviceg the kind that will save your "' F time, and the time of your patients. ,,,,,,1-l- W l J I-41711 . . . . . I A ,I I' Ritter Equipment will d ll f ' " 'f', W these things, and more. It Twill gise M 979- you a big impetus on the way to 'N' 7 ' financial success. Eg 4 . , . .emi I III. Q q ,, 11 " A' I , fl i Write today for literature and flescrip- L ff l I l . tion of Ritter Equipment. 5 I , I I I I I3 X - , L of Rltter Dental Mfg. Co. Inc. , l - 4- f - Rochester N Y ' 7' ,l W, 'lf' a - . , f., I . ,wi N - 1 -R'- s'4"-". oW,.,- ,- N ':. i 6 C' W-951 gf v, N156 sas " ,.,.I'. I I te Q A WCFNKE' .tif- -',llQx.2 I S Hundr fl F ftyf u 6 ei .Q H' I fl fe mf 1- -x 'gm ,Il ' REI J Q 5 'W V 1 ' ' Q In fa QQ W X. 'we 1 , , Q15 C ms, Q ll Kip 'l I? II:,1,.ji,:SIIl,I.,:A4i Q9 W - - ' Q-"' ass' 4 ' ' . Es- ' - fe.--+ V . . IE , .Q P Y Ill I ' -- ' ' . I M " ' ' 0 " I v 1 tg: l -g A,,,,,, e 491 E' I ol'lI1LiQ22 1LL1Qo . ? WA ii "J in W1 . 1 A Ig COMPLETE INTENSIVE STENOGR PHIC COURSE Sl -H Stenographic training is invaluable to the college, .3 professional or business woman. fi A A11 unusual opportunity is afforded to university A 1 graduates or undergraduates to get this complete steno- ii gxglpggixvgagqigragngrlg three months in our SPECIAL IN- lx' .A , 1 ' 4 . E. Q Only university. graduates ornundergraduates are el- W igible for this special course, which lS given quarterly, I Znefv class beginning in July, October, January and ' 1 pri . L l B'u1letins on Special Course and Secretarial Courses i 1 I mailed on requestg no solicitors employed. L FEL MOSER SHORTHAND COLLEGE Twelfth Floor Lake View Building W l 116 South Michigan Avenue W lf RANDOLPH 4347 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Z9 PAUL MOSER, J.D., Ph.B. A gi . . . l P4 2-N Q Q ., L - v if Molloy "Custom Bullt College V, 2,0 V '1 '4 , N ' Q E Annual Covers gg ' R 'I I' x - . A ' I , 4 A "College Annual Covers that truly represent the ml g. character of the books on which they are used." The Q E' Covers of the 1922 Illio are Molloy products. l l f v -- 1 J li' 2,25 THE DAVID J. MCLLOY COMPANY Q Q ' 633 Plymouth Court, Chicago 4 . my G' 'll' . 1 'N Sw Hu d ed Fifty five N Z-T?-'fwifi-2...al:1 i my iv 4 fbi?-e--'Ciwf 1 fixes- -onw- . 1 Al Q ' 'n r ' - " E I I e' 1' - H g.e.,-f-V 1- . -. . to----.a--H.,X-- - L 1- -- -. ,. . 4 , r pq K-,V VL 7.5, 7--,....x i imllhfxs-,?:,,r.. MF, -AWQL as -ru: A . V rxpf h ' i " .s ' - ' .L f I " i' "v" 'x !Tf""'::l.'t 95? K1 -' 'ff -X 1 X XI . ' .-.4-1.1 J K 1 ..f::- - x.. ff . -L ........x.xx.s- . . .J . ,. - - 4, Y 1. 1 I ' QTQQ 1525 ,W 1 'F if -.cel ' ' W1 4. .. ,n, In -4 h I-1 , f-I fs . 9. K . . The U. of I. upply Store i l lg is the oldest and largest business built upon the ideal E, of service to the Illini world. For 20 years its aim has Q '1 been to serve the needs of the growing, changing body VL' :IW of students, faculty, and alumni. It fm r 1 v i is built on the ideal of Serviceg ,eg it has combined with its aim to meet every need the ag, ideals of fair dealing, of courtesy, of accommodation, gg - ' of confidence. Fi ' NA il? , , ill? W Its success has voiced your approval. ? k Students and faculty have come to depend upon it I Q, while in the University. It serves thousands of the E6 distant Illini as well. R 1 Go as far as you like. ,Y 1 You can still command our service and be sure that M your wants will be supplied. 6 W 26 Take with you when you go- Q An Illinois song book, a memory book, views of old 'I Illinois, a souvenir of the old days-a piece of Illinois - i jewelry or a pennant. x ' I I l When you are away- l ' ' 1 I! Write to us for the books you want, or for anything- E Sf? including information. We will do our best to serve you. P . 7' A The of I. 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Ig W-ffm .I 2 M Wim I I' Maman , I ,MIWQ I Wfiiw N i f Qawgm QWQQQIFII Q S QR Q 0 S. i I.-3 Lvzfeagalmwv. I II M rf' "Ki wi, X- 33-ggg:.::1:.::1 . QOWQa.7W5 I M: I , A! W 11 21: I ? Y' ...A mrulh l ,h. ' I ..,, 3 ..'. iffy ' ' 1 54 N .,-. I..,fI'1 5 4'-I Mg M " I' ai 1 Six Humilfed Sixty-five I 1 A : Qjfijif ' - I I :QQ ' 6 3flllLi62i5 llSie1f:f .a 1 'i 2 ' if , . I we F3 fi vs x 14. il ,if I 1 ' IVIOCICIT1 4 3 . I 1 I l I n 1 It C6 llI'I1 UFC Q W WHIS is an age of steel. Millions of tons of steel are produced each Ap . year. On every hand we see steel replacing less substantial materials. 'gg In buildings, for framework, interior trim and equipmentg in railway coaches and carsg in vehicles and implements, and in many branches of l g progress steel is almost the governing factor. - It is therefore logical to build ohice furniture of steel. The inherent advantages , 1 of steel are very essential to filing equipment. Convenience, strength, durability and Q protection mean even more to the business man, applied to the housing of records, than to a factory building. Factories and equipment can be replaced, but records- P' the vitals of the business-when once destroyed can never be replaced. f Convenience in GF Allsteel Office Furniture is considered largely as a matter of Q design. Qualities of the basic material-steel-have been combined with correct K principles of design to make GF Allsteel the highest type of office equipment. GF I ' Allsteel is clean cut, business-like and compact, free of frills and non-essentials, l dignified in appearance and wonderfully space-saving. , Durability is assured. GF Allsteel will last throughout a lifetime of service. ,ai Under all ordinary conditions of use, it is indestructible. Neither hot weather, heating 49? systems or climate can affect it. Repair bills and depreciation are negligible factors. GF Allsteel cannot burn-and its Allsteel walls are fire-resistive. When records I are housed in GF Allsteel they are secure. Records are the largest single item of ex- ' pense in any business. Thousands of dollars are spent to create them. Why should they not be protected? 1 In appearance GF Allsteel has no equal. It is beautifully finished and gives an 5 office an air of dignity and refinement. It truly reflects the character of a business. is Thousands of business men buy GF Allsteel for this advantage alone. W111 lty I'1I1t1I1g 0II1P31'1y T ' C' P ' ' C I . . CI-IAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS YAY ' .' Six Hundred Sixty-six CfZUE 5?Z 1 f fr is I as 1 53 . , . ga r' rv - - --QQ' y- ' 'Y A Y 'vs Y Y ----- 3-gvpzw - - ar' 'V L 1 - ' L . 4 4325-cggvlz-.N..,?3f', Wing oT1,.1p,192Q1LL1Q0 rt .g- . W.-.?..4-.wisdgg II ii E .FH -V b 5 erl- ane 5 ti F . P1 . K ans , k Some of the finest instal- A lations for the heating and AA ventilating of the large tex- l ,J tile mills have been made L. t- with the use of It he - 94 b'-I Seri-Vane Fans P1 and V P Air Washers I l I Y I We can always furnish ' special fans to meet unusual 4 conditions. L U Write for our latest fan U J as catalog Number 70. You will Z2 , find it worth while. . 7,1 Estimates given promptly gi W without any obligation. W 'E The New York Blower Co. ' ' ' ' 513 T ansportation Bldg. ' M CII-IICAG19, ILLi d Q .. Wrks: La ote, n. . Q Brangh Offices irll All Cities Q K W . - .E fw U E LLE R C1 "I yy 'f-..... ,- ..e.s . I-- -- -I A DISTINCTIVE LINE OF In - s gg A 4 HIGH GRADE PLUMBING J , ig Q BRASS GOODS WITH DIS- A ' P TINCTIVE FEATURES. 1.111 I 4 I I. I l I ' I IDAC ' I U RAP f Asus. L 1 I I' L9 THE FAVORITE CLASS V' ' , Q OF PLUMBING Goons I ,ir QUICK OPENING, QUICK , A , H CLOSINGg LONG WEAR- '- . i 'A l' l r ING. HOMES EQUIPPED WITH MUELLER FAU- . CETS ENJOY THE MOST SATISFACTION AND xl 'p HAVE THE LEAST TROUBLE. W' . I7 I1 Z1 Q H. MUELLER MFG. CO., Decatur, Ill. 'F QE New York San Francisco Sarnia, Ont. Port Huron, Mich. W an Ili r .l, Sim Hundred Sixty-seven , , L5 . 'VV' .. 1,7 ,, , ,Y' .V QI51' rWr'vv 'gr' jk? -M, ' I, 'r ,-sta- g 9,. ..,f4a92s,..'..I44.4'.QIff2i P oT1f1E1Q2lQ ILLIO8 2 'i '7?cg... C . BOOK INDEX Beta Theta Pi ................ li? W1 4 Pl A F Acacia ..................................................,......,..,........ 380-381 Achoth ............,.................,....,,........,......,..,............. 476-477 Adelphic Literary Society .................. 530 Administration Otlicers .................,...... 31- 32 Advertising ......................,..........................,.... 587-666 Agriculture Club ....,...................... Agriculture, College of .............. 41- 44 Alethenai Literary Society ............... 532 Alpha Alpha Alpha .............,...................... 500 Alpha Chi Omega .........., ............ 4 60-461 Alpha Chi Rho ...........,... ............ 4 20-421 Alpha Chi Sigma .............. ............ 5 12-513 Alpha Delta Phi ............ ............ 3 68-369 , Alpha Delta,Pi ...,.,..,......,.... ............ 4 70-471 Q1 Alpha Epsilon Phi ........... ............ 4 84-485 M Alpha Epsilon Pi ............ ............ 4 44-445 jj Alpha Gamma Delta .......... ............ 4 78-479 9 ' Alpha Gamma Rho .......,..... ............ 3 88-389 Alpha Kappa Kappa ,.....,.,,... .........,.. 1 80-181 Alpha Kappa Lambda ............ 426-427 3 Alpha Kappa Psi ,...........,.,,... ....,........ 5 05 54- Alpha Omicron Pi ........... ............ 4 72-473 ' Alpha Rho Chi ...............,..,. ............ 5 14-515 Alpha Sigma Phi .............. .........,.. 4 14-415 ' Alpha Tau Omega ..,........ ............ 3 60-361 Alpha Xi Delta ,.............. ............ 4 66-467 Alpha Zeta ....................................................,.... 495 - Alumni Association .................................... 196-198 r American Association of Engin- 4 eers ...........,....................,........,...............,.............. 543 H : American Society of Mechanical t Engineers ......,............................................... 541 x ' Anubis ..................................,..,.................,............. 432-433 Architecture Club .......,........,.......................,. 552 ' 1 Athenean Literary Society .................. 533 , Athletics, Men .............,...............,...................., 301-348 Athletics, Women ........,........... ....,....... 2 67-276 lp 1 B V Band, Concert ,..,.....,..,..,....... ............ 2 45 , . Band Officers ............... ............. 2 43 Bands, Military ............ Bands, Regimental ......... Beta Alpha Psi ........,........... ' 2 Beta Delta Sigma ......................... 'n FZ' A Beauty Section ............... gg . 12 Beta Gamma Sigma ............... vp ' - Six Hundred Sixty-eight ............246-247 ......,.....249-256 ............506 ............428-429 Bethany Circle ...................... Board of Trustees .......,..... C Centro Literario Espanol ......,..,.......... .........,.....370-371 ,491 . 28 .536 Chemical Club ............................ ............... 5 49 Chi Beta ................. ..... .....,........ 3 8 4-385 Chi Delta ................................... .492 Chimes ...,...............,...........,.....,........,.......,....,......... 215 Chinese Students Club .........................., 442-443 Chi Omega ...........,......................... ,............. 4 62-463 Chi Phi ......................................,........................... 406-407 Chi Psi .....................................,............................... 394-395 Civil Engineering Society ..................... 540 Cleavinger, J. S ....,... L ................ Club Latino Americano ...... Co-Ed Carnival ..,.............,...,....... .............. Commencement ................,... Commerce Club ........................... Commerce, School of .............. .......,. .280 . .............,. 544 45- 48 Concordia ...............,.,............,......... ............... 4 50 Congregational House ......... Copyright ....,...............,................... .............. Ccismopo-litan Club ,,,.,, ..... D Dad's Day ........................... Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Dean Babcock ......,... Chadsey ............... Clark ................ Daniels ,..,....,..,....... Davenport ........,...... Day ..............,...,................... Eyclesheimer ........... Garman ..................... Harker .,................. Mason ........................... Moorehead ............,.. Richards ......,.,.... Thompson .........,..... Debating Teams ............... Dedication ...,.............,,.............. Dentistry, College of ........... Delta Delta Delta ............... Delta Gamma ........................... Delta Kappa Epsilon .............. ............. Delta Phi ...................................... . 2 440-441 34 52 29 56 42 30 50 38 289-290 6- 7 .. ............... 163 480-481 464-465 .378-379 398-399 Q Q X1 Q-l J 1 V 5 ti Pj l 1 In 4511 6 4 4. 1 I L 4 1 52 is W n 5 x if ii 4 fp Y 1 35.3 P, . jr 4L-4!4i?p2!?- gf -4439, it Gamma Q I ' ' 5iim1b221LL1o QS-'iff-1226-'tl-ffevwswfg W1 l in W Q Delta Sigma Delta ............... " Delta Sigma Phi ...,..,...... . ' Delta Tau Delta ............ vt Delta Upsilon ............ BOOK INDEX .............408-409 ............350-351 ..........,..366-367 K Director Erb ,........................ ........ 5 5 H Director Windsor ................... ........ 5 4 1 :Qi E I1 Education, College of .............................. 52- 53 J Electrical Engineering Society ...... 542 l Enterpriser Staff ..,...................,................... 233 L 1 Eta Kappa Nu .................i.............................. 508 4 F H Farm House ....,..... .......... . .........,.. 5 16-517 , Finis .............,................................... ............ 6 70-672 5:4 Foreword ............,...............,..,............. .,..... 5 Q Freshman Class Officers ....,................... 158 Freshman Frolic ........................... ............. 2 41 ' ' Frontispiece ............................... ....... 4 Gamma Q 1 Gamma - Gamma , 4 Gamma Q Geneva G Alpha ,.....,........... Epsilon Pi ........,.. Phi Beta ............... Pi Alpha ....,.............. Sigma Kappa ........... Club ............... , .......... Glee Club ......................,....... pi Graduate School ................. 4 ., H x Harding, A. A ........................... I Homeco ming ................................. Home Economics Club ............. by 'N ' Honor Commission ............ 'fl Hoof and Horn .................. 45? Horticulture Club ............... i I .............518 ............504 ............474-475 ............526 ............4a6-437 ............263 ............248 56 55 . ........... 201-206 ............548 ............193 ...........547 ........,...546 Ill1n1 Hall ....,.............,..,...................,...............,..... 553 Illini Publishing Company .................. 221 Illini Staff .............................,.............................. 222-226 Agricultu-rist Staff .................. 236 Chemist Staff .............. ........... 2 36 Q Illinois kg 111111615 Illinois 515 Illinois H 1 Illinois ill Magazine Staff ......... Union ...................i..... Union Dances ............ . ........... 231 .,.........189-191 Illiola Literary Society ....................,... 535 Illlo Staff .............................,............................ Ilus ....,....................................,............, ............. Index ............................... In Me moriam ..,.....,. Inferscholastic ....... Iota Sigma Pi ......,............. J James, Ex-President Edmund ..227-230 ..392-393 ..667-669 ..207-212 Janes ...,...........,.........................,........................ 25 Jamesonian Literary Society ............ 534 Junior Class Officers ................................. 152 Junior Prom ..................,..........,..................... 238 Junior Trumps .................. .............. 1 53-156 K Kappa Alpha Theta ........... .............. 4 54-455 Kappa Delta Rho ....................... .............. 4 38-439 Kappa Kappa Gamma ........................... 458-459 Kappa Kappa Kappa Pl.: .................................... Psi ........................................ ............. ..............486-487 ..183 sigma ...,..........................i....................... 354-355 Kinley, President David ...................... Ku Klux Klan ............................... L Lambda Chi Alpha .,.......... Lambda Kappa Sigma ........... .. 27 ..527 .404-405 Lambda Tau Rho ............., .............. 5 50 Law, College of ....................,..,,..,.,. ......... 4 9- 51 Le Cercle Francais ....................................... 538' Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of ......,....................................,........,.... 33- 36 Library School .................................. ......... 5 4 Library Tower .....,,....,............ .214 M . McKinley Hall ................... .490 Mandolin Club ................. .248 Mask and Bauble ............. Ma-Wan-Da .................,.. May Fete ................................,...... Medicine, College of ......,.....,....................... Memorial Tree Planting ........................ Military Ball .............................,...,. Military Section ...................... ............. Miscellaneous Scenes .............. .......,.....27'7-279 .57 160-161 218-219 .239 291-soo Six Hundred Sixty -nine n Q Fd S 5 A J ll Q2 r. 12 u 5 -4 i 4 6 il 6 i' 4 l l, Ll 'Q ii N K. U Q ini' H ill 7 1 'N ar 1-" 'sv'-dam' 59 1 r ' ' - V ' --- -T---11--T .:-xv'-"-"ge, --- .-- . - 4 ,:v, Y' ' Y- , Y . if -Q'--T?fmS f?:w3 QQ? ' ...aaa 1.-........i . J 4. Q fl E .4 ti K ' A I Pl l V 1 I U E Q 1 E 6 s-4 5:4 . la 3 1 K l I 'Q I I r 'n 5 ali ki Mortarboard ...................... 'Q rr' fp x :TTI-lEl922Il.LlO 7 - Q M M' BOOKINDEX .58 Music, School of ,................. ........... 5 5 N Nu Sigma Nu ......................... ........... 1 78-179 O Omega Beta Pi .,........,..,.. ........... 5 23 Omicron Nu ......,............,.. ,....... ..,.. . 5 24 P Pan-Hellenic Council ...,....,........................ 349 Pan-Hellenic Council, Women's ...,., 453 Perpetual Emotion ............................,....... 282-283 Pharmacy, College of. Phi Alpha Delta ............. .165 .499 176-177 Phi Beta Pi .......................... ........,.. Phi Delta Phi .............. ........... 4 98 Phi Delta Theta .....,........ .....,..... 3 58-359 Phi Epsilon Pi ........,........ ........... 4 46-447 Phi Gamma Delta ............. ......,.... 3 62-363 Phi Kappa ............................. ........... 4 00-401 Phi Kappa Psi ......,.... ........... 3 76-377 Phi Kappa Sigma ........... ........... 3 56-357 422-428 Phi Kappa Tau ............,......... ........... Phi Lambda Upsilon. Philippine ' Illini ............. Phillips, Mary Dodds .507 .554 . 55 Philomathean Literary Society ...... 531 Phi Rho Sigma ................................................ 184-185 Phi Sigma Kappa ....................................... 390-391 Pi Beta Phi ............................... ........... 4 56-457 Pi Delta. Epsilon ............... ........... 5 03 Pierrots ......................,............ .......,... 2 81-283 Pi Kappa Alpha .............. .......... 4 30-431 Pi Pi Rho ........................... ..... 4 24-425 Pi Tau Sigma ................... ........... 5 09 Post-Exam Jubilee ............. ....,..... 2 84-285 Psi Omega ............................ ........... 1 82 Psi Upsilon ............................... ........... 3 74-375 R Roast Section ..............,..,.....,.... .......... 5 55-586 S Sachem ..........,...........,........... Scabbard and Blade .... Scarab ............,..,..................... .519 .520 9- 24 551 Scene Section .............,...... ........... Scribblers. ............................ ...... ..............., Senior Ball ......................,.........,...,.................... 237 Senior Class Officers .....,........................... 59 Seniors, Chicago Departments ..... Seniors, Urbana Departments. Senior Trumps ..............................,............ .166-175 65-149 60- 64 Shi-A1 ..............................,.........,............................ 529 Six Hundred Seventy r A1 'N - -----'f- M-3 oe -Q T'wT4F--:"417c fl. FT -T1 8 -r fW 91. -ffiff . .T 'iizirimiieik -i.f:f,E,. I--1ff-fem me , 4-fait-ww - Sigma Alpha Epsilon ............ ............, 3 64-365 Sigma Alpha Mu ....,.,............ ............, 4 34-435 Sigma Chi ............................ ............. 3 52-353 Sigma Delta Chi ......,.... ............. 5 01 Sigma Delta Phi ........... .............. 5 25 Sifrma Kappa ................. ............. 4 68-469 Sigma Nu .............................,. Phi E .............372-373 Sigma psilon .......... ............. 4 18-419 Sigma Phi Sigma ............. ............. 4 10-411 Sigma Pi ............................. ............. 3 96-397 Sigma Tau ..,.................... ............. 4 96 Pimpson. Frances .......... ............. 5 4 Siren Staff ...................................... ............. 2 32 Skull and Crescent .................................... 528 Sophomore Class Officers ..................... 157 Sophomore Cotillion .................,... , ........i.. 240 Sorority Pledge Day .............. ..,.......... 2 16 Star Course .......................... . ......... ............. 2 88 Student Council ..................... ............. 1 92 Sub-Title .........,........................ Sweethearts ..................'............. .............286-287 T Tau Beta Pi .I ............................ ............. 4 93 Tau Delta Tau ,..........,............. ............. 4 48-449 Tau Kappa Epsilon ............. ....,........ 4 16-417 Technograph Staff ............... ............. 2 34 Theta Chi ................................ ............. 4 02-403 Theta Delta Chi ................. ............. 3 82-383 Theta Phi Alpha .............. ............. 4 82-483 Theta Sigma Phi .........,... ...,......... 5 02 Theta Tau .......... I .................... ............. 4 97 Triangle .........,..,.,,........................ U .............510-511 University Landscape Architects Society ................,..................................... W .,.......521 Women's Activities ......,............................. 257-276 Women's Cosmopolitan Club ..,........, 539 Woman's Residence Hall .....,............... 489 Woman's Welfare Committee .....,... 260 9 ' X Xi Psi Phi ........... ...............i..... .........,... 1 8 7 Y Y. M. C. A .............. .......... ............ 1 9 4-195 Y. W. C. A .,................................. ............ 2 61-262 Z Zeta Beta Tau ....................... ............. 4 12-413 Zeta Psi ...................... ............. 3 86-387 Zeus ........................................................................... 451 9 U 5: V. l l 1 B H 1 x 4 '- F 'A Il 'J I' it X1 K. 5 EIA 'SIP H 'L 7 1 A E--'cg so g 1f3A21 .- , 01 5 -f -fr-J: H:5Lz,sa :' mp I . Q . . qLE.??:g:f2v On ' H " - F 'N '6 , 4 9 13" W , 5 Xm Lu' VN ru 1 U Um PQ 1' -'11's'J:-,g-- 0590 Q03 N f . I-"' ' ' W 13 Y 5 ' + 119 8-5' M : z H -Q5 ,W ,u 4 725 Vox ' '--' 'iiilyb f ma . .... Q' V-W1 1 :uf 1-5cfQ.2Ff " 9 62,6 y .f .' 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