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""':3..f1v 'J-L-s ' ' "-' is A- f 1 MH -f -f f , ' -s ff' - ' , rw -14 .1..1..1"': 'U I-figs" v ii if ,mfff fill I-"?,, f' ' ' f-'il 'EQSQ ..., 'ii' ' 1 nf, ' "' a .,,--,,'1-,..G?igfg.- - 5 -" he 1927 ILLIU Published b the Junior Class of the Uni ersity of Illinois FU R B A N 0 VOLUME33 'J .4 ' J 3' 1 Ili ,M 1 I 'U f I 4 -. .Q 4s- .Ink I DEDICATIGN TO THOMAS ARKLE CLARK B L L1 tt D DEAN OF MEN FlFSt occupant of the office founded at HIIHOIS for the pro welfare of students whose work has msplred many colleges and umversmes to appomt deans of men motion of the personal FOREWCRD t has been our purpose here ton give an impression of Illinois today, and so to eonnote a mighty Hlinoise of the future. CONTENTS dB0ok0ne 0 U HIVC FSI t YD 0 Boolzfzffo O UHIVCISIIY Llfe B0olzTlm':e. At hl e I1 cs Qoolzlbur Illinois Women Booklifbe Activities Boqkhk . QFQHHIZHIIOHS Zbolziezfen Humor ill! jililemuriam EDMUND JANES JAMES 1355-1925 His work is not done. The initial impulses which he gave are finished, but through generations to come, the influence of his mind, his heart, will be felt in the life of the University of Illinois and the people of America. A great teacher, a great administrator, a great leader, a great man' -President K inlay. Bin jliilemurianx IRA OSBORN BAKER ISS3' 1935 For more than half a century he was an inspiring teacher of engineering, and a leader in the development of the uni- versity, as one of its foremost builders. Dr. Baker was the iinest product of an advanced Chris- tian civilization, a credit to his state and his university alike. ' Y :Q-. E'-atih,,6W,'X- lm!3,E5, 4- 1,1 13 OF X Q 1 xxsffa X w H2 We D M G w V , 'll .fab -' Qflirznmn 11' e- ' V' fff if 5 QS 2 'X z f- ' N J i' + emorzes I LL1 N015 f The uYuaz'170r1'zmz 5 -I Tfze M6l71fI7Z,.f Buzfdmg V J 1 WW The OM ,glfwzfy The JYfew0r1'z1l Sizzdfulfz ' . ,e:?Wf,.c:' -rf 7'1" ' I f -0l':::-- ?1 w-'f The Old 'cvfgn Buzldzkzg J 4 ? 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MELA 'wQ5pgj.:,f.e1, 4 f s-'1 F25 11. -1 , ' . my Af, A ' ' .i 'ji' 'Q' ,iii 1 ,.,1 . A W.. gw. gl wi 5' 1 . vugfr 0. 1 !,. .1 455: 2 ig 4 fy - ,1Q. . 5 , , v Q- l Q I , .L . Q , s 'lv xv :gk . K L yl . J . yr In I J lv IJ? H :v 1-1 f ,Mfg 43, '. ' -gf-gs! ECE 1 'fa I , A1 'P-. ADMINISTIZATIDN Ufzzrferszbf amd 2726 Smfe 4:3169 HE history of the University of Illi- nois is comparatively short. The University is younger than its neighboring sister state institutions, for Illinois was one of the last states of the Middle West to have a state university. But the rise and growth of the University runs parallel with the rise and development of culture and industry in Illinois and the history of its University is an index of the cultural and economic life of the people of the State. The early years of the second half of the nineteenth century were years of com- parative industrial and agriculturalupov- erty in Illinois. For the most part, the peo- ple were still pioneers in those days. In the fifty or sixty years following, however, agriculture, industry and commerce grew rapidly, and today Illinois is thevgreatest industrial state west of the Atlantic sea- board. So, too, in the early years of the University of Illinois, there was a great lack of interest in higher education and even the facilities for elementary educa- tion were few and crude. Out of this edu- cational poverty, the people of Illinois have fashioned a system of public educa- tion which, from the elementary grades to the highest type of graduate and profes- sional training, ranks with the best in the land. Young the University may be in l 24 years, but its achievements in the less than three score years of its life are indicative of the spirit and will of the people of Illinois. During these years the University has been an agent in promoting the economic and cultural activities of the State by pro- viding instruction for men and women in the arts, industries and professions, by solving problems of science, agriculture, the mechanic arts and commerce through research and scientific investigations, and through its extension activities by bring- ing the fruits of these investigations to the many who have been unable to secure a higher education. All of this is but a beginning, a mere indication of what the University can do as the developmental agency of the State. Much of what has been done is quite re- cent, for it has been only during the last thirty years that the University has re- ceived anything like adequate support from the State. Finally, the University has preserved, in the face of material difficulties and dis- couragement, democratic ideals. It has kept faith with the purpose of its founders to provide public higher education for the many. It is helping Democracy through the training of leaders, and Democracy needs many such men and women. O President. l DAVID KINLICY, l'h.D., Ll.. IJ. OR more than thirty years President Kinley has been an outstanding figure in the development and progress of the University. In 1894 he was made Professor of Economics and Head of that Departmentg he was for many years Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciencesg he was the iirst Director of the School of Commerce, and for a dozen years or more Dean of the Graduate School. From 1914 until he was elected President of the University he held the office of Vice President. He has had a wide visiong he has dreamed many dreams with regard to the University and its development and has had the influence and force of character to make many of these dreams come true. I 25 J . ' , .y ,rn wi 'hz . A1',.A .. l 3 A ' HON. LICN SMALL WILLIAM L, NOBLE Governor of Illinois President of the Board he foam! of Tmfteef MEMBERS EX OFFICIO The GIIIJCIHIII of Illinois HON. LEN SMALL ...... ........ S pringhcld Tllr Supr'rinh'nrlcnl oj Public Instruction HON. FRANCIS G. BLAIR ........... Springfield ELECTED MEMBERS fTvrm 1921-19272 LAURA B. EVANS .............. Taylorville HELEN M. GRIGSBY .............. Pittsfield WILLIAM L. NOBLE ........ 31 N. State Street, Chicago fT1rrm 1923-19291 J. W. ARMSTRONG . ...... 1822 30th Street, Rock Island MARY E. BUSEY .............. Urbana MERLE ,LTREES . ..... 37 W. Van Buren Street, Chicago fTl'll!l 1925-19311 GEORGE A. BARR . ........ .... J oliet ANNA W. ICKIES . ....... Hubbard Woods FRED L. WHAM . . I. . . . . Ccntralia sf nb 'IX n , I . - 3 "'Q. . 3 . .. I .1 W s Wham Armstrong Cunningham Morey Evans Burke BBN Grissby Buscy Trees B lair Ickes tm ZiS'f07fyf of 2726 Unzberszkyf HE University was incorporated by an act of the General Assembly, February 28, 1867, as the Illinois Industrial University. This action was taken following the act of Congress known as the "Morrill Land Grant," whereby the national government gave each state in the Union public land scrip equal to 30,000 acres for each senator and representative in Con- gress, fffor the endowment, support, and main- tenance of at least one college whose leading object shall be, without excluding other sci- entific and classical studies, and including mili- tary tactics, to teach such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts. 'l' if "' in order to promote the liberal and practical education of the industrial classes in the several pursuits and professions of life." The institution was placed under the control of a Board of Trustees, consisting of the Gov- ernor, the Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the President of the State Board of Agri- culture, members ex ojicio, and twenty-eight citizens appointed by the Governor. The chief executive officer was called the Regent, and was made ex ojicio a member of the Board and pre- siding officer of both the Board of Trustees and the faculty. In 1873 the number of members was reduced to eleven-the Governor and the President of the State Board of Agriculture, ex officio, and nine others, who were still ap- pointed by the Governor. Since this time also, the President of the Board has been chosen by the members from among their own number for a term of one year. In 1887, a law was passed making membership in the Board elec- tive at a general State election and restoring the Superintendent of Public Instruction as a member ex ojicio. There were then, therefore, three ex ojjicio and nine elective members. In 1917, the General Assembly passed a law reor- ganizing the administration of the State. By virtue of this law, on January 1, 1919, the office of the President of the State Board of Agriculture was abolished. There are now, therefore, eleven members, two ex ojicio and nine elective. In 188 5, the General Assembly changed the name of the institution from the Illinois Indus- trial University to the University of Illinois. The office of executive head of the institution has been held by six persons: Dr. John Milton Gregory, Regent from 1867 to 1880, Dr. Selim --,.------wg .ff --,,.,....--1 ru--.. .,- ,,--,-.,--..--V ---.- Hobart Peabody, Regent pro tempore from 1880 to 1881 and Regent from 1881 to I8QIQ Dr. Thomas Jonathan Burrill, Acting Regent from 1891 to I8Q4, Dr. Andrew Sloan Draper, President from 1894 to 1904, Dr. Edmund Janes James, President from 1904 to 1920, and Dr. David Kinley, Acting President from 1919 to 1920, and President since 1920. The University opened on March 2, 1868. The number of students enrolled was fifty, the faculty consisted of the Regent and two pro- fessors. During the first term another instruc- tor was added, and the number of students increased to 77-all men. During the first term instruction was given in algebra, geometry, physics, history, rhetoric, and Latin. During the autumn of 1868 a chemi- cal laboratory was provided, and laboratory work in botany was begun the following year. In january, 1870, a mechanical shop was equipped with tools and machinery, and here was begun the first shop instruction given in any American university. On March 9, 1870, the Trustees voted to admit women as students. In the year 1870-71, twenty- four availed themselves of the privilege. Since that time they have constituted from one-sixth to one-fourth of the total number of students. In 1892, graduate work was undertaken un- der the name of the Graduate School. The first summer session was held in 1894. The depart- ment of music became the School of Music in 1897. The work in law was organized as the School of Law in 1896--the name being changed to the College of Law in 1900. The General Assembly made a special appropria- tion in 1900 to establish courses of training for business life, and the Trustees organized the Courses in Business Administration, which in 1915 became the College of Commerce and Business Administration. In 1905, the Trustees established a School of Education, which be- came the College of Education in 1918. The School of Railway Engineering and Adminis- tration was created in 1907, following the es- tablishment in 1906 of the department of rail- way engineering. The General Assembly in 1909 established the department of mining en- gineering. In IQI3, the College of Literature and Arts and the College of Science were united to form the present College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. .1 7 'lf J lifiilf QI I l.....1i2 "1'1'7.'-i...'. ffl 11. .2 11 :.,, ' l 27 he Tenn of Jifen -.get ,,-f- -. .t 'nf milk Q pf ff! Q Tuosms Arucuz CLARK, '90, Dean of Men, was born in Minonk, Illinois, on May 11, 1862, and studied at the Universities of Illinois, Chicago, and Harvard. He has been Dean of Men here since 1909, and his work has gained him national recognition as an authority on all phases of a uni- versity man's life. During the sixteen years of his service he has probably been guide, councilor, and friend to more young men than any other man ' in the country. HE office of the Dean of Men was organized primarily to aid the Uni- versity men in securing an environment which would encourage good citizenship as well as high scholarship. 1 New functions have been given to the office and the scope of its work has been widened. Dean Thomas Arkle Clark has added Mr. Fred H. Turner, Assistant Dean of Men, Mr. J. Gladwyn Thomas, ASSISTANT 1 FRI-ID H. TURNER 28 Assistant Dean for Freshmen and For- eign Students, and Mr. Roger Hopkins, in charge of student organizations and ac- tivities, in order that he may devote more time to the individual student. The purpose of the oftice has not changed, but the work of assisting men to be better students, and providing better living conditions for them is being con- stantly extended. Cn7.fiCf22-we DEAN S v2 J. GLADWYN THOMAS xl he Dean of Wornen Miss MARIA LEONARD, Dean of Women, was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was graduated from Butler College in 1906, and received her M. A. at the University of Colorado in 1910. Since that time she has been con- stantly engaged in Dean's work, having served as Dean of Women at the University of Idaho from 1910 to 1912, at the University of Iowa from 1912 to 1923, and ai the University of Illinois since 1923. t 2 HE office of the Dean of Women seeks to serve the needs of the women pointment with the Dean of Women or her assistants at any time to discuss personal students of the University of Illinois indi- vidually and in groups. Its purpose is to secure wholesome and healthful living con- ditions for Illinois women, more genuine interest in and incentives for high scholar- ship, and natural means of developing in- tellectually, socially, and spiritually. This has been attempted through per- sonal contacts with as many women as possible. Any student may secure an ap- or group interest. Conferences are held with students, housemothers, parents, and out-0f-t0Wn visitors from 8:oo A.M. until 6:oo P.M. More than three thousand callers are re- ceived at the office each month. The whole organization of the office of the Dean of Women seeks to serve the needs of the individual student, the group, and the campus in general. ASSISTANT DEANS - ll 1. CORA K. MILLER l 29 if Y . . . , , ,E+ HELEN W. MCKNAIR 4 he College of ,Qherol Qjfff and Sciences HE College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is, and has been for many years, the largest college in the Univer- sity, both in the number of students enrolled and in the size of the faculty. It consists of nineteen separate departments, and not only offers the student a good general education, but also presents the opportunity of preparing for the advanced study of law, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, theology, or social service. Besides this very definite work of its own, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences provides instruction in rhetoric, romance languages, mathematics, and the social sciences for students registered in all the other colleges at Urbana. In fact, this phase of the work has grown to such an extent that for the past few years over one-half of the total energy of the teaching staff has been devoted to the instruction of students enrolled in other colleges. J U KENDRIC CuA1u.Es Biuscocx, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, was born in South Brookfield, New York, on September 8, 1864. He studied at the University of Minnesota and at Harvard, completing his work there in 1896. On leaving Harvard, he became an assistant professor at the University of Colorado, which position he left to accept the presidency of the University oj Arizona in 1903. From 1910 to 1913 he served as a spe- cialist in higher education on the United States Bureau of Education, accept- ing his present position at the end of that time. w l30l r-', it tx 77 'f - 1 pl 1. , -..-A ,M .-. M M' - 4 in ' lil: The College o f Commerce and Business effdmznzstrotion HE College of Commerce and Business Administration lf' l reaches back educationally to 1902, when the work was the guidance of Dr. David Kinley, who was then Dean of U at the Coll e. The educational ideals set up at that time have 11 "-' fl lege of Commerce and Business Administration is regarded w 1 i "Wt ' established in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences under lt-41 V es been followed studiously, with the result that today the Col- ln vw as a leader among the Collegiate Schools of Business which ll technique and routine. give major attention to broad fundamentals rather than to .-,t. "l' The College, as it is now constituted, was organized in 1915 with three departments, Economics, Business Organi- .ifl zation and Operation, and Transportation. In the meantime, W than two thousand, and the faculty from less than a dozen 4 w ll the student body has grown from a few hundred to more fr . l :Q to seventy-five. fl. ' P77 J lg: lil U M . in V ' 3 r 4 lx X.. -tr ,, 4: i i . A, 7 l 4 i l l l 1 I l 5 Q 5 'l E E l s E l 5 I l I E r E l i . l CHARLES MANFIQED THOMPSON, '09, Dean of the College of Commerce and 95.1. Director of the Bureau of Business Research, was born in Fairfield, Illinois, i 3, on November zo, 1877. On completing his undergraduate work here he went p 1 ,fl ,, to Harvard University, where he studied in 1910-11, returning to the Univer- i ,MW sity of Illinois in 1912 as an instructor in economics. He continued his grad- l uate work here, receiving his Ph. D. the next year. Since that time he has I 5-'lf been serving continuously on the faculty, accepting his present posztzon in i ft it 1919- 1 it .lu Q 1' Q 1 it i 1' L li lm, 'rj i-,qi I g '-'sl i L gills' l Elf-4 5 Wi, l K K i 11' I nl 1 lf... 1 ' 1 . l-:lx .. ?' "T A , ,, . , A. . lvl, viii-N it .l 5,-l. tv. 'il ' in ll 1 1-. tl V in It W, Y all 1. 'H ,S rf- fgii n, .J - l, lj fill l'l'1iQ.l lu w. 'fx 'I UQ ll W1 I , hw 4, H 1111 l t. ---v-.. ms-,-,,,,,,,l,,..,, Af. '- 7 " ' "" """""""' ' ' ' " """"'r-4'----------.....-.......,,-A,,,, 1 ' A Mt' W: -. A .W ..,,.,.. .. ..-rw ---V-rr: wr A -w""a:'r. '-"":r'r.r'-'frm 'W f"'TY" '.,.'gr"v5 ' -i-ww .... . . . ,.."""' fi' '.j,'Q"f" "" ' " 511. 1 --5 Y 2 A , 5 77 25. -gf' .STL t!..'....c.. f.fllK.c.-1l.,..?.,.a', e 7, , ' , , s., - ."4f7E-f'1f.gTT?3:','5,11 J:Q3'ffj:',ij :Lg ."Q'Z',,i ' ----L 'L' ' " - r - W g V, V Y A V, Y N V , Y , W N r WMM-M-M W, W Y F Y V " " W' ' 'H ---- --. -- -- .v f as.. .t.-.'i .us .ton - E, A W Wmlw- l 3 I l College o j '5rzgz'neerz'ng ond Engineering Eixperzrnenf Station HE College of Engineering' has ten departments of in- struction and offers fifteen specialized Curriculums, namely, Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Ceramic Chemistry, Ceramic Engineering, Civil Engineering, Elec- trical Engineering, Gas Engineering, General Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Municipal and Sanitary Engineering, Engineering Physics, Railway Civil Engineering, Railway Electrical Engineering, and Rail- way Mechanical Engineering. The physical plant of the College of Engineering is extensive and its equipment for instruction and research is in most instances unexcelled. Its faculty includes many men who are everywhere recognized as authorities in their subjects. No institution in America has done more to promote re- search in engineering science than the University of Illinois. Wherever engineering is practiced, the Engineering Experi- ment Station is known for its valuable contributions to knowledge. The Station has published 154 bulletins and I2 circulars, and numerous manuscripts presenting the recent results of investigations have been accepted for publication. Over eighty investigations are in progress at the present time, the completion of some of which will be of tremendous im- portance to members of the engineering industries. i 1 MII.fJ SM1'r1I IQETCIIUM. '95, Dean of the College of Engineering, was born in Burns, Illinois, on January 26, 1872. Since finishing his undergraduate work, he has been constantly connected with universities, except for two brief periods. In 1897-9 he served as bridge and structural engineer for the Gillett- Ilerzog Manufacturing Company, and in 1903-4 was with the American Bridge Company in Kansas City. Before assuming his present position in 1922, he served in similar capacities at the University of Colorado from 1905 to 1919, and at the University of Pennsylvania in 1919-20. l32l The College of Qfifgrzculture HE College of Agriculture gives instruction in the vari- ous lines of agricultural work. The needs of the student who expects to return to the farm are kept prominently in mind, and the record of the Alumni shows that 80 per cent are engaged in agricultural work of some kind. A conscious effort has been made in formulating the curricula in agricul- ture, however, to make the course a broadly cultural rather than a narrow, technical one. The object is to make good citi- zens as well as good farmers and agricultural leaders. The Agricultural Experiment Station is rendering a valu- able service in investigating the many questions involved in agricultural production and marketing. The Agricultural Ex- tension Service adapts and disseminates the facts determined by the Experiment Station to the people of the state. he sa HERBERT WINDSOR IWUINIFORD, Dean of the College of Agriculture, was born in Moscow, Michigan, on February 26, 1871. He received his education at the Michigan Agricultural College, from which he was graduated in 1891. Returning to his alma mater in 1895, he served as an instructor and assistant in the Agricultural Experiment Station, attaining his ,lull professorship in 1899. In 1901 he became professor of animal husbandry at the University of Illinois, and since that time has been here continuously, serving in his present capacity since 1922. iss! he College of .Qozo HE College of Law was established in 1897. Its primary purpose is to prepare its students for the legal profession. The law curriculum is constructed and arranged to give a legal training to students whose preliminary education and maturity have fitted them for serious professional study, It aims to give a thorough knowledge of fundamental legal prin- ciples and to develop the power of independent legal reason- ing, The curriculum covers a minimum period of three academic years and gives an adequate preparation for the practice of law in any American state. V All law work at present is conducted in what is known as the "Law Building." This building has served as the home of the College of Law since 1902. Recently the Board of Trustees assigned to this College the present Library Build- ing. It is expected that law work will be taken up in that building at the beginning of the next academic year. err ALBERT JAMES HARNO, Dean of the College of Law, was born in Holabird, South Dakota, on January 30, 1889. He graduated from Dakota Wesleyan University in 1911, and three years later received his LL. B., magna cum laude, at Yale University. He practiced in Los Angeles until 1917, when he became Dean and Professor at Washburn College of Low in Topeka, Kansas. In 1919 he went to the University of Kansas as Professor of Law, trans- ferring to the University of Illinois in 1921. He has served here as Professor of Law since 1921, and as Dean since 1922. if-.1 l34l -ici .. A.. ,..,..- .,. l The Cbllege of 6iducalz'on, HE College of Education is organized for the purpose of giving an opportunity to those who wish to enter the teaching profession to secure training which will, so far as possible, equip them for successful work. While the majority Of those graduating from the University, who are entering educational work, secure po subjects in high schools, the College of Education does not ' 1 Q 1 0 1 t e limit its activities to training people for this particu ar yp ic coaches and teachers of sitions as teachers of academic of work. The training of athlet physical education, of vocational teachers of agriculture, . . . f home economics and industrial education, of teachers o 7 music' and of supervisors, principals, and superintendents of city schools, is carried on as part of the work of the Col- lege of Education. CHARLES ERNEST CHADSEY, Dean of the College of Education, was born in Nebraska City, Nebraska, on October 15, 1870. He studied at Leland Stan- ford University and later at Columbia University, where he finished in 1897. In 1907 he became Superintendent of Public Schools in Denver. In 1912 he accepted the same position in Detroit, and in March, 1919, became Superin- tendent of the Public Schools of Chicago. He left Chicago later in the same year to accept his present position. . rf., V :fir igif f - 1 .Hia v an Muni -M ' ' 'M' 0,iinlf"-'.iQ'MW M :f.T'-fTm::::.T.1:l1 'CAT'-F-Viilvfuw if K , ' ., "" s -1 -,V Q r V -v-. M. wr I-frilly-' I ,W L, ,L :Nj-fi -L , .,. ,Y 9. Y ,V if .T i X15 s. ' ,."fQ-'iii'-I"g,"'j':"" ,- 5 - 4 " " '- w " ' 'Ll-5.2-Mr-."" :..' .-:Iv L- .. '-'.2'.1 4.41. ...fc M, .- E351 xtqq . -A E E 1 he School ofJlfus1'c Fmznrziuc BENJAMIN STIVEN,Dl1'0CL07 of the School of Music, was born on July 17, 1882, at Ionia, Michigan. He received his B. Mus. at Oberlin Col- lege in 1907, and for two years re- mained there as an instructor in or- gan. From 1909 to 1911 he studied music in Paris under Alexander Guil- rnant and Charles Marie Widor. He returned to Oberlin in 1911 as a Pro- fessor of Organ, and held that posi- tion until 1921, when he became Professor of Music and Director of the School of Music at the University of Illinois. HE School of Music, housed in the most beautiful building on the campus, contributes in a large degree to the cultural life and interest of the students of the entire University. The weekly Students' Recitals, the Faculty Recitals, and the various concerts given under the auspices of the school afford an opportunity to hear much good music. The students who are matriculated in the School of Music receive a complete four-years, course of collegiate grade. A major in piano, voice, violin, cello, organ, wind-instruments, or theory may be chosen. In addition to four years' work in the major subject, a minor subject in applied music, a thorough course in the theory and history of music, and certain academic subjects are re- quired. The University Orchestra, the University Choral Society, the Glee Clubs, and various other musical activities sponsored by the School of Music help to extend its influence throughout the University. ffggpaifcc E36 l The .,Q'hrary School .Ns HE University Library not only SUPDlieS many use bv our large number of volumes for class students, but also gives to our advanced fstlud6I1tS and to members of the faculty the use 0 gt 6 UI?- ften required in their common or rare books so 0 work We have no large reference library in our immediate neighb0rh00d, and Consequefqtgyd We re- must provide in our own library all the Pfm e sources we need. The library staff organizes more than six hundred t housand volumes for effective use. X Puixicixs LAXVRENCE Wwnsou, Direc- tor of the University Library and the A 9' 1 Library School, has spent twenty-six years in library work. He was gradu- ated from Northwestern Univerxity in 1895, and .rtiudied at the New York State Library School from 1807 to 1899. On leaving there he began hix active work as axsistant New York State librarian, but changed to the copyright office of thc' Library of Congrexs in 1900. In IQOj' he became Librarian of the University of Texas, serving there until 1909, when hr accepted his present position. The Library School is a professional school for the training of librarians, admitting only college graduates to its curriculum. Students come to it from every part of the country, and its graduates are in libraries located in all parts of the country. The number, resources, and educational value of libraries are steadily increasing, and this condition has created an increasing demand for college trained librarians. I l 'L ' fi-4. 1--'R 47-4.11 - - .W t: s ai, --Q 1' ' .' QQ--.A ""':1.f5ii' ' ' " ' 1.-1'1" '.'- W 1 rf. f N '-'-,wg V'-5'S'aan - - - - Q ' - QQo7"f1 f1"'HE-1-4... Q - S 37 l he graduate School ARTHUR HII.L DANIELS, Dean of the Graduate School, was born in East Medway, Massachusetts, on October 19, 1865. After receiving his Ph. D. from Clark University in 1893 he came to the University of Illinois as an instructor in philosophy. In 1909 he went to Europe, where he studied and traveled for one year, returning to the University in 1910. For two years previous to Dean Babcock's ar- rival in 1913, he was Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sci- ences. Since 1918 he has been con- nected 'with the ojjice of the Dean of the Graduate School, being Assistant Dean for one year, Acting Dean for two years, and Dean since 1921. HE Graduate School represents the organized efforts and resources of the University for the purpose of giving opportunities for the most ad- vanced study and for 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 is one and the same for all graduate students. Some are fitting themselves for higher teaching and adminis- trative positions. Others are looking forward to careers in business, industry, engineering, and the several professions. But it is the purpose of the Graduate School to train all in the methods and the use of the materials of their subjects so that they may become not only experts and authorities, but also independent workers in their chosen fields. K . ..-fY- N., 1 s E38 l T- 1 CHICAGO. DEPARTMENT S College of Jlfediczne DEAN DAVIS HE total registration in the College of Med- icine has continued to increase during the past year, the number of students at the present time being live hundred ninety-one. A corresponding increase has also occurred in the Graduate School of the College. Progress has been rapid in graduate work, especially in connection with the clinical departments, in which a number of new men, in- cluding several heads of departments, have been acquired. Notable among these has been the ap- pointment of Dr. C. A. Hedblom, who has come to us as head of the department of Surgery from the University of Wisconsin, and the appointment 0 of Dr. F. H. Falls to the headship of the depart- ment of Obstetrics. He comes from the Univer- sity of Iowa. Probably the most outstanding feature during the past year in the development of the medical school was the opening of the Research and Edu- cational Hospitals on April 1, IQ2 5. This has made it possible to bring patients from the dispensary, and keep them under observation for study and treatment. The opening of the hospital has not only furnished facilities for teaching, and care of patients, but it has also resulted in a higher and better standard of instruction in all departments. EM!! ' D,xv1D jorrx DAv1s, Dean of the College of Medicine, was born in Racine, Wisconsin, Aug. zo, 1875. He studied first at the Racine Academy and later at the Universities of Wisconsin, Vienna and Freiberg and at Rush Medical College. He served in the capacity of Pathologist at St. Lukes Hospital, 1911-13, and became a Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology at the College of Medicine in 1913. He has written several treatises on the spine and is the author ol other medical books. He began serving, first as acting Dean, in April, 1025, and succeeded to the Deanship in Septem- ber, 1925. l 4 3 . f i,.... . Ol DEAN MOOREHEAD The College of Qentzstry HE outstanding feature of the recent work of the College of Dentistry is the establishment of a children's clinic, which has a two-fold function. In the first instance, routine dentistry for children up to twelve years of age is related entirely to the children's clinic. This is in keeping with the newer methods of medical educa- tion in which the child and his diseases is not confused with the adult and his dis- eases. The deciduous tooth in the child calls for a different kind of treatment than the permanent tooth in the adult. All of the work in the orthodontia is also con- ducted as a part of the children's clinic, including both undergraduate and grad- uate instruction. In connection with the work in orthodontia and the routine dentistry of childhood, investigation has been inaugurated in the study of the causes of tooth decay. This problem is undoubtedly metabolic in character and is being studied both in its relation to the problem of diet on the one hand and infection on the other. X- - Q 0,117 , ' 1 FREDERICK BROWN MOOREHEAD was born in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, on October 14, 1875. He studied at the Universities of Chicago and Michigan, and the Chicago College of Dental Surgery. He began practicing dentistry in Chicago in 1900, eanwhile studying medicine at in which he graduated in 1906. Since 1912 he has served as the ' h t' actin as Dean of the College of Dentistry, at t e sarne une g Assistant Professor of Oral Surgery at Rush Medical College, and as attending oral surgeon at the Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago. l 4I Rush Medical College, from l DEAN DAY The School of Tharmaqf HE School of Pharmacy enjoys the distinction of being the oldest Chi- cago department of the University of Illi- nois. It was organized as the Chicago Col- lege of Pharmacy in 1859, and became a part of the University on May 1, 1896. In its early years the School of Pharmacy was managed by an association of phar- macists of Chicago, and was one of the best known schools of pharmacy in the country, having alumni numbering nearly one thousand when it was taken over by the University. The aim of the school is to prepare young men and young women for the practice of pharmacy as retail pharmacists or for positions in pharmaceutical labora- tories. Many of the students have been stimulated to take more extended courses and to qualify for medicine, teaching, pharmaceutical journalism, or for some other phase of pharmaceutical activity. The school is not only the largest in the west in point of attendance, but its grad- uates are found in responsible positions in every part of the country. With the beginning of the session 1925-26 the cur- riculum was expanded so as to include three years of work. This is a part of a country-wide movement to increase the curricula of colleges of pharmacy. For ten years or more the school has offered a three-year course along with a two-year course. The latter will now be abolished and only the three-year course will be given. This extension of the curriculum will enable the school to more fully pre- pare pharmacists for practice under mod- ern conditions and to retain its rightful place among the stronger schools of phar- macy in the country. XVILLIAM BAKER DAY, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, was born in Peru, Illinois, on February 15, 1871. He attended the Chicago College of Pharmacy, where he received his Ph. G. in I892. Since that time he has been constantly on the faculty of the School of Pharmacy, serving as an instructor until 1900, when he became a Professor of Histological Botany and Materia Medica, and served as Acting Dean from 1914 to 1919, when he assumed his present position. E421 WRIGHT ROwE ADAMS . . . ChicaE0 Medicine Phi Kappa Taug Nu Sigma Nu. RALPH EDWIN ANDERSON Pharmacy Kappa Psi. WALTER E. BARNES . . Pharmacy Kappa Psi. Class Treasurer 143. JOSEPHINE ANNA BARNET1- Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. JAMES O. BASTA .... Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma. Varsity Basketball 135. ALFRED FREDERICK BELz . . Pharmacy Kappa Psi. EDWARD FRANK BOBEK . Pharmacy Farmington . Chicago . Chicago . Oak Park Forest Park . Berwyn ' ,i','l- " if-1. fl . , mv- 1, -,-fr-Q-Mr-5 R- A l l I 4 ,. U l 11' " i '1"fx'-.'2.,.4'.. ' ......,....:...,........1..i..-.L -. . 1 1,4 -AXA. ., .1 ,, . .,,.,.,v,..i...vf , .- ..-X..-,.-W...-,.. . N l wg.: -- ' ' 5 I . 43 ,fs 4 1 .4 " 1 'ff,E.:,.f,:.-.. 1- ., .,..l . .,, A ,M .,., ..,. , . .. J v, .. 'n' '.'. EDWARD FRED BROWN .... Chicago . Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigmag Kappa Delta Sigma. HARRY LEROY BURKE . . . Champaign Pharmacy JOHN DONALD COOPER . . . Oak Park Pharmacy 4 Kappa Psi. Chairman, Invitations Committee. CARLOS CLINTON CRAIG . . . Charleston Medicine Omega Beta Pig Nu Sigma Nug Chi Phi. LOVERNE WALLACE CREEK . . Villa Grove. Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta. Student Council CU. DORA NOAH DACOSTA . . . Forest Park Pharmacy OssA MARGUERITE DUEE Harrisville, Penn. Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. JosEr1r ANDREW F ORBRICH Pharmacy Kappa Psi. CECILIA WANDA FURMANIAK Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. . . . Cicero . Chicago K.. 1'...! is XVALTER EDWARD GIESE . . Bloomington ,I Pharmacy Kappa Psi. ALICE TRUE I-IALLER .... Forreston ' Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. Senior Invitations Committee. ETHEL LILLIAN HERDLICKA Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. RUTH WILMA HERDLICKA . Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. AGNES ALVINA HUNKLER . Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. . Chicago . Chicago Washington 3-,Wg ...Yl.,..g3y-.-,-av . fs N L ye fi f V... X ..... - V K .1 R -1 5. ' i Tn. --,V 7.-Q--, . ,V x. ' if 51 2'9 ' Y ...U .T 'mi ,M . 4 . 1 44 EDWARD FRANCIS Joss . .- . Joliet Medicine ELIZABETH MARY KIERALDO . . . Chicago Pharmacy ELMER GEORGE KOEIILER . . . Chicago Aledicine Phi Beta Pig Order of the Arrow. Tribe of Illinig Band CID, 123, C359 Ger- man Clubg Cast, "The Three Kings"g Fresh- man Varsity Swimming Team. ARTHUR HENRY KOLB .... Maywood Pharmacy FRED E. KRAUSS . . .... Jonesboro Pharmacy Kappa Psi. ERNEST GEORGE LAMBESIS . . . Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi. GUY GORDON MCCANDLISH . . Mattoon Pharmacy Kappa Psi. WILBUR M. MCKINLEY . . Mason City Pharmacy Kappa Psi. ' Senior Invitations Committee. WARD HAINLINE MCMASTERS . . Mattoon Pharmacy J OHN WALTER MEARA ..... Decatur Pharmacy Kappa Psi. GEORGE ADAINI MEYER . . . Joliet Pharmacy Ka a Psi PP . ' . Invitations Committee. OSCAR JALIES MICHAEL .... Muncie Medicine CARL ALBERT OTTO .... Springfield Pharmacy Kappa Psi. ABDON QUEJADA PAGUIO, M.D., D-D5 - . . . . Castillejos, Philippine Islands Dentistry ' 1 5 ta, r, i i 1, 1 l., x , . l l v . t 45 4 EVERETT HOWARD PRITCHETT . . Chicago Medicine Alpha Delta Phig Omega Beta Pig Alpha Kappa Kappa. Illio Assistant Chicago Editor 147. THERESA M1LDRED ROMANO . . . Chicago Pharmacy GLENN RAYMOND RAY . . . Sullivan Medicine Phi Chig Omega Beta Pi. Varsity Wrestling 115, 129. JACOB EDGAR REISCH .... Springfield Medicine Phi Chig Omega Beta Pi. REUEEN M. REIELER ..... Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma. Basketball Manager 125. CYR11. BROWN RITCIIIE . Hagerman, Idaho Medicine Phi Eta Sigma. VERN WILLIAM RITTER . . . Olney Medicine Phi Chip Omega Beta Pi. Concert Band 113, 1255 Freshman Var- sity Trackg Varsity Track 123. ALFRED WILLIAM SCHMITT . . . Chicago Pharmacy WILLIAM HENRY SCHOWENGERD1- Champaign Medicine EDWARD EDGAR SEIDMON .... Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma. Program Committee. JOHN FRANCIS SEWARD .... Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi. AINIELIA KATIIERINESHARKEY West Frankfort Pharmacy HAZEL I. SHELTON .... . Girard Pharmacy Lambda Kappa Sigma. Onto C. SHERRICK . .... Carthage Pharmacy Kappa Psi. x 46 CHARLES RAYMOND SUMMERS Holyoke,Colo. Medicine PAUL FRANCIS VoLPE . . . Oak Park Pharmacy Kappa Psi. Class Vice-President 149. JEAN ERNEST voNDANDEN . . Chicago Pharmacy EDGAR W. WEIR ...... Marshall Medicine ARTHUR Orro WETZEL . . Oak Park Pharmacy WILERED CECIL WHITE . . . Dixon Pharmacy Kappa Psi. LAWRENCE FORREST WHITTAKER . . . Medicine Lawrenceville Tau Kappa Epsilong Alpha Kappa Kappa. Chicago Editor, Illio C4J. I CLASSES fs 1011 DAVE O. DAWSON T, GORDON KELLY Pfmdfnf, Fmt Semexter President, Second Semester CLASS COMMITTEES CLASS DAY COMMITTEE J. G. FINDER, Chairman L. E. HOLLOWAY W. A. DREYER N. W. BEHRENS H. A. DEANE J. E. JONES EDNA SEABERT BERNICE STONE KATHERINE WAGNER V CAROLINE MCDAVITT BANQUET COMMITTEE H. C. KNEIBUSCH, Chairman C. A. BEATTY S. K. HUGHES W. C. REDDICK F. E. LEIB T. W. WINTON W. C. WILSON EDITH PULLEN ARLINE HURON MARGARET NOBLE INVITATIONS COMMITTEE C. W. MCILHENEY, Chairman L. D. MANDELL W. L. EDHOLM E. C. ZELTMAN AHLVERDAH HELMING HELEN OSGOOD JANET BROWN GLADYS BAXTER DOROTHY THOMAS 48 BREAKFAST COMMITTEE T. V. MCDAVITT, Chairman R. C. HOFFMAN H. M. GOLDSTEIN W. S. CRUMMER DORIS FLAGG R. K. DUPEE HELEN MONROE J. FORSYTHE MARY SEARS MERYLE RUSSELL PICNIC COMMITTEE H. C. HARRIS, Chairman . P.A. BADEN NELLIE DELONG W. M. MORRISON PHYLLIS FEINGOLD W. C. O'BRIEN RUTH STALEY S. T. STAHL MARION FISHER J. W. GOODWIN CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE E. ERICKSON, Chairman F. J. MCMANUS D. H. BUSHNELL J. M. MITCHEM ROBERTA MOORE L. V. ROSENTHAL FRANCES THOMAS R. S. CANNON ANITA HUCKER FLORENCE BELSHAW LOLA MAY ABER .... Mt. Sterling Music Sigma Alpha Iotag Mu Kappa Allma- WOman's Glee Club 137, 1433 Geneva Clubg Woman's Welfare Committee Preliminary Honors. james Mllllkln University. EMMA ADAMS ....... Urbana Physical Education Woman's Athletic Association, Advisory Board 1439 Basketball 113. 123, 133, Man- ager 143g Baseball 113, 123, 1339 Track 113, 123, 133, Hockey 1333 Homecoming Accommodations Committee 1339 May Fete Costumes Committee 133. ISABELO TORREGOSA AGUTLAR ..... . . . Loco, Mindoro, Philippine Islands Banking and Finance Philippine Illini' Club. ALT OLIVER AHLSTRAND . . . Rockford Law Delta Theta Phig Sigma Delta Chi. Daily Illini Staff 123, News Editor 133, Sports Editor and Editorial Writer 143: Illio Athletic Editor 143. LEWIS PRESTON AKER Cedar Rapids, Iowa Chemical Engineering Phi Lambda Upsilon. Mask and Baubleg Chemistry Clubg Pro- duction Staff, "You and I," "Outward Bound," "The Goose Hangs High." PAUL M. ALBERT ..... Mallvvfl General Business IRENE ADELE ALLAIS . Terre Haute, Ind. Music V Sigma Kappa. Woman's League, Ways and Means Committee 133, 143, Woman's Welfare Committee 123, 133, 1433 Chairman Pro- gram Committee, "Oh Boy"g Y. W. C. A. Conference Committee. ...., .U-.. f'.-.l.. 1 -- nv. .I 1 f.. .. -.,-.... .,. . V. A- f .- 111' U- -. A ,.., .. ,--,.,... .. 'I .fw.,.l.. 1 f...'Lf.-,.. ,A .. .. -f-.--1 v-.-.---.f V-r -r '- gx .if 1- ,-. . 1 .f .. ....x,.n..-. .s.f..... as ,. .:.i..,,..- ..vV,...?,.,,.?. . .H .. . ...vt -l.i.I.'a,-.ni .R V 1 r..- K. 1 V R. 3 . gy 1 - 2 , V i Y- . Q ' X in mv: gl--A.-A. X . V 'J.1..: G.. 'x--nn' ..v'A -n' 'n'. . - 3 Q . 'x . V x . ,' .2 ' " 2 1.1 1 ' A W. - . . H I .X , K 3' . :-'Q V i , . V A... l f., ' 4 V1 .,. tg l A A 3 'j ll ., , .f,.,... ,. 1. l., Xml' 'V l a '. l .J ffl 49 NORVILLE JAMES ALLEMAN . Champaign Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pig Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. E.5 Lieutenant, University Bri- gade 133- R1c1rARD THEODORE ALLEN . . Eureka General Business Sigma Pi. Eureka College. ROBERT ROBERTSON ALLENTI-IORP . Greenup Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigmag Beta Alpha Psi. Preliminary Honors. LLOYD BENJAMIN ALLNUTT . Greeley, Colo. General Business Alpha Tau Omega. GEORGE MARTIN ANDERS . . . Delavan Accountancy Sigma Phi Epsilon. MARIE AMELIA ANDERSCH . Rock Island Liberal Arts and Sciences Iota Sigma Pi. University Choral Societyg Chemistry Club: Newman Clubg Woman's League. First and Second Councils, 1335 Freshman Education Committee. ALVIN ANDERSON . . . . Leland Law Delta Pi Epsilon. Law Clubg University Band 113, 123. CORLISS DORAN ANDERSON . . . Peoria General Engineering Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Epsilon, Theta Tau. Interscholastic Manager 123, 133, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 123, 133, President 143,Board of Directors 133, 143, Student Council 143. Preliminary Honors. HAROLD IRv1N ANDERSON . . York, Nebr. Liberal Arts and Sciences HERBERT JULIAN ANDERSON ..... . . . . . . Colorado Springs, Colo. Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. E., Gym Team 143, Techno- graph Staff 133, Associate Business Man- ager 143. LO1s MARIE ANDERSON . Y. . . Urbana Home Economics Womanls Athletic Association, First and Second Councils, Woman's League 133, 143, Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive 113, 123, 133, Garwood Home Committee, May Fete Costumes Committee 113, 123, 133, Homecoming Program Committee 133, Dadls Day Tag Committee 143, Hockey 113, 133, 143, Woman's Group System Ex- ecutive Council 143. PAUL MARCUS ANDERSON . St. Paul, Minn. Accountancy Sigma Mu Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Mu Omega. Square and Compass, Accountancy Club, Second Glee Club. Preliminary Honors. WALTER THEODORE ANDERSON . . Ottawa General Business Pi Kappa Alpha. Mid-iron Club. LILLIAN A. APPLEGATH .... Marion Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa. 50 HrkROI.D PETER ARKEMA .... Chicago General Engineering Sigma Tau, Phi Alpha Lambda. Society of Industrial Engineers, General Engineers' Society, A. S. C. E., Varsity Football 133, Baseball 143. GEORGE CARROLL ARMSTRONG . Centralia Electrical Engineering Freshman Varsity Wrestling. JENNIE LOUISE ARMSTRONG . . . Peoria Home Economics Alpha Delta Pi, Omicron Nu. Illiola Literary Society, Y. W. C. A. Sec- ond Cabinet 133, First Cabinet 143, Fresh- man Commission, Sophomore Service, Dads' Day Reception Committee, Homecoming Decoration's Committee, Stunt Show Com- mittee 113, 123, President, Third Council, Woman's League 143. Preliminary Honors. MARYBELLE ARMSTRONG .... Tolona Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega. Alethenai Literary Society. ESTHER MIRIAM ARONSON . . . Chicago Education Sigma Alpha Lambda. Woman's Athletic Association, Hockey 133: Basketball 1335 Tennis' 133. 1434 Journalism Conference Housing Committee 133, Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive 143. DOUGLASS CHARLES ARR1c1c ..... . . . . . . . . . Logansport, Ind. General Business Alpha Tau Omega, Band of X. Chairman, Homecoming Registration Committee 133, Homecoming Accommoda- tions Committee 133 , Union Summer Dance Committee 143 , Union Dance Committee 143, Chairman, Senior Invitations Com- mittee, Class President 133 , Student Coun- cil 133. RUSSEL ORRIN ASKEY . . . Orangeville Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. E. E. Society, A. I. E. E. DONALD JOHN AUBLE .... Bartlett Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha. Dairy Clubg Agricultural Club. ELIZABETH MARGARET BABB . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta. JOHN BABBAGE .... Downer's Grove Agriculture Agricultural Clubg Horticulture Club5 Philomathean Literary Society. ROBERT MILLEN BABBITT, JR. . . Evanston Pre-Legal Delta Phig Phi Delta Phi. . I I Field Artillery Oflicer's Club5 Da1ly Illini Staff 1155 Illio Staff 1255 Stadium Drive Committee 115, 125 5 Dad's Day Committee 1255 Junior Informal Committeeg Union Elections Committee 1455 Lieutenant, Um' versity Brigade 135, Captain 145. FRANK BABICKY ....... Chicago Agriculture Agricultural Club5 Horticulture Club. EPHRAIM LEE BACH . . . . Linton, Ind. Commerce Sigma Alpha Mu. Indiana University. JOHN GREEN BAER .... . . . Slfwlvf Ceramic Engineering Kappa Sigmag Keramos. I Junior Branch, American Ceramic. So- cietyg Freshman Cap Burning C0mm1ttee- ......,...l,l... , .- . . il le-:LS R 'J .5 f 5' fi , 'ii . le. I A . L., V., .. I., .. 4, .. ..,.,.-,, ,.,.,,... ,. .B ..'..rQu,I.. '- i , si 1 . E51 RosE BAER ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences BERNADINE J. BAILEY . . . . Le Roy Home Economics KATHRYN ALICE BAIRD .... Urbana Physical Education Gamma Phi Beta. l Woman's Rifle Team 125, 135, 1455 Hockey 125, 1355 Life Saving Corps 1355 Rifle Team Manager 1455 Cunningham Home Committee 115, 125, 1355 Chairman 1455 Woman's Athletic Association Advis- ory Board 1455 Y. W. C. A. Second Cab- inet 145. ' EDNAH ELIZABETH BAKER . . . Batavia Liberal Arts and Sciences JOSEPH LESLIE BAKER .... Atwood Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho5 Pi Delta Epsilon5 Alpha Tau Alpha5 Scabbard and Blade. Intercollegiate Flying Club5 Agricultural Club5 Hoof and Horn Clubg Illio Staff 115, 1255 Illinois Agriculturist Staff 135, Editor 1455 Chairman Agriculture Dance 1355 In- ternational Livestock Judging Team 1255 Ag Roundup Committee 1355 Lieutenant, University Brigade 135, Captain 145. RUTH ELEANOR BAKER . . . Chicago Education MAMIE LEE BALDWIN .... Paris, Ky. Education Randolph-Macon Womcn's College. EDWARD JOSEPH BALE5 . . . Maywood Animal Husbandry Phi Kappag Alpha Zeta. Interfraternity C o u n c il g International Livestock Judging Team 5 Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Clubg Newman Clubg Track CID, C23, 133, C43- DWIGHT KERMIT BALL . . . Champaign Accountancy JOHN HANSON BANDY .... Lake City General Business Alpha Kappa Lambdag Beta Gamma Sigma. Preliminary Honors. GUY BANISTER ..... Stuttgart, Ark. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Taug Pi Tau Sigma. 0 CLYDE BANNISTER ...... Sparta Agriculture Country Life Clubg Agricultural Clubg Dairy Clubg Agricultural Education Club. CATHERINE BARR .,.... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. Illiola Literary Societyg Women's Ath- lctic Associationg Homecoming Stamp Sale Committee C335 May Fete C13, C23, C335 May Fetc Dance Committee C335 Cast, :asain T0y,n cxIf,n uoh Boyur JAIKTES WORRELL BARR ..... Joliet Commerce and Law Alpha Delta Phig Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Phi Delta Phig Scabbard and Bladeg Band of X3 Alpha Alpha Alpha. Tu-Masg Skull and Crescentg Illio Staff C135 Sophomore Assistant Track Manager, Junior Track Manager, Track Manager C43 3 President, Athletic Board of Control C43g Freshman Frolic Committeeg Sophomore Cap Committeeg Dad's Day Finance Com- mittee C33g Assistant General Chairman Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive C439 Captain, University Brigade C33, Major C43. 52 LAURINDA MAY BARR . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Stadium Committee C135 Second Coun- cil, Woman's League. JOE THOMAS BARTA .... Algonquin Athletic Coaching Sigma Phi Epsilong Sigma Delta Sigmag Delta Theta Epsilon. Varsity Baseball C33, C43. KATHRYN LoU1sE BARTLE . Pinckneyville Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Y. W. C. A. Call- ing Committee C13g Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive C43. RUTH ELOISE BASKIN . . . Parma, Mo. Education Southeast Missouri State Teacher's Col- lege Cr3. EI.wooD TowNsEND BATEMAN . . Fisher Agricultural Education Alpha Tau Alpha. Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Education Club. MARGARET QBARTRON BATEMAN . . Peoria Education Lambda Omega. Jamesonian Literary Societyg Emerag Commerciag Pan-Hellenic Council C23, C335 Orange Feather C13g Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee C23, C33, C435 Hospital Com- mittee C43. FRITZ ALEXANDER BAUER . . . Hinsdale General Business Beta Gamma Sigma. Preliminary Honors. KATHARYNE ELLIOTT BAULD . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha. Northwestern University. FRED NEWTON BAXTER .... Findlay Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Mu Sigma, Square and Compass. GLADYS MAXINE BAXTER . . . Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. Homecoming Mum Committee 1.13, 123.9 Homecoming Stunt Show 123 , Senior Invi- tation Committee. THURSTON H. BAXTER . . . Jerseyville Civil Engineering Delta Sigma Tau, Scabbard and Blade. A. S. C. E., Intercollegiate Flying Clllifi Air Service Ofticer's Club, Captain, Um' versity Brigade 133, Lieutenant Colonel 143. MARY LUCILLE BAYLES . . . Newtwf Education Louis RICHARDSON BEALE Hubbard Woods Mechanical Engineering University Brigade, Lieutenant 133, CHD' tain 143. SMITH CULLEN BEAN . . .Mount Vernon Civil Engineering Phi Eta Sigma, Chi EpSil0I1- A. S. C. E. Preliminary Honors. iii b'c:2'1'st'f"c1 11 j - 53 KiXTHARINE BEARDSLEY . Council Blu 17s, Ia. Liberal Arts and Sciences Choral Society 113, 123. CLARENCE ARTHUR BEATTY . . Windsor Civil Engineering Delta Sigma Tau, Phi Eta Sigma. A. S. C. E., Y. M. C. A. Finance Com- mittee, Captain, Stadium Plus Drive Com- mittee, Illinois Union Accommodations Committee, Homecoming Reunion Com- mittee, Election Committee, Chairman, Membership Committee, Chairman, Soph- omore Smoker Committee, Class President 133, Production Staff, "Sin," "We Are Seven," "Robin Hood", Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigadc, Captain, Student Council 133- ROsE-MARIE DUNSCOME BEATTY . Windsor Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Delta Phi. Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive, Junior In- formal Committee, Business Staff, "Oh Boyf' JESSE FERRIS BEAVER .... Danville Agriculture RURIE E. BECKWITH .... Hillsboro Liberal Arts and Sciences James Millikin University. THOMAS GREENLEAF BEEBE . . Wheaton General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ma-Wan-Da, Sachem, Band of X. Adelphic Literary Society, Secretary, Interiraternity Council 143, Daily Illini Staff 113, Sophomore Track Manager, Junior Track Manager, Relay Carnival Manager, Class Treasurer 113 , Y. M. C. A. Vice-President 143, Board of Directors 143, Chairman, Finance Campaign 143 , Captain, University Brigade 143. HOWARD ROMINE BEEDLE . . Urbana Commerce THOMAS PUTNAM BEGGS . . . Ashland Electrical Engineering Square and Compass. E. E. Society5 A. I. E. E. NOREERT WILLIAM BEHRENs . . Urbana Law Beta Sigma Psig Phi Delta Phig Alpha Alpha Alpha. GRACE E. BEI-IRENSMEYER . . . Quincy Physical Education Phi Mu. German Clubg Hockey CI5, C355 Base- ball C355 Track C355 Daily Illini Staff C355 Feather Booster Committee C155 Home- coming Badge Committee C355 Major Woman's League Committee 'C355 Dad's Day Accommodations Committee C455 Woman's Athletic Association. VIRGINIA THELMA BELL . Terre Haute, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Saint Mary of the Wood College. FLORENCE EDITH BELSHAW . . Champaign Home Economics Mortar Board. Home Economics Club5 Orange Featherg Student Council C45 5 Mi-Hila Dance Com- mittee C35 5 Cap and Gown Committee C45 5 Freshman Education Committee C15, C25, C35 5 Freshman Commissiong Sophomore Serviceg Woman's League, First and Second Councils C25, C35, C45 5 Junior Represen- tative, Vice-President C45. MARGARET HELEN BELSLEY . . . Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's League, First Council C35, C45. Bradley Institute. PAUL KINGSLEY BENJAMIN . Bloomington Athletic Coaching ,I ,fr I, .X x,. ., 4--...A -- ' x , . LC.ri..-QTr...f.. " , .LJ -... .A i 1 ' ' l 1 l 4 ,...- LW. HAv2'j'gfr ,.f.,., ...,,,:-A.,,.1..-.w ...fi-1, - V ,pw-.,I.,,A '..'.,:..".r...: .A CJ .' -' Q. . 5 r 54 CHESTER WALLACE BENNETT . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilon. Chemistry Club. Preliminary Honors. NINA BENNETT ....... Benton Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta. Stadium Plus Drive C255 Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee C35, Membership Com- mittee C255 Cunningham Home Committee C3 - Lindenwood College. DAVID THEODORE BERGDAHL . . . Chicago General Business Delta Tau Delta. EDWARD LAURENCE BERLEMAN . . Chicago Agriculture Theta Kappa Phi. Varsity Football C35, C45 5 Varsity Wrest- ling C455 Agricultural Clubg Infantry Of- ficers Clubg Illinois Agriculturist Business Staff CI5, C25, C355 Captain, University Brigade. JOSEPH LEROY BERNER .... Savanna Architecture Phi Gamma Deltag Sigma Tau5 Gar- goyle5 Scarabg Chi Sigma. Architectural Society, B. A. I. D. GRANT ELMER BEVERLY ..... Elgin General Engineering Scabbard and Blade. Society of General Engineersg Engineers Officers Clubg Business Staff, "Boomerang"5 Lieutenant, University Brigade C35, Cap- tain C455 Engineers Student Council C45. GLADYS JANE BIDWELL .... Freeport Music Alpha Phi. Women's Glee Clubg Alethenai Literary Society5 Stadium Drive C155 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive C25 5 Homecoming Registra- tion Committee C45 5 Cast of "Robin Hood." LOUIS ALFRED BIEL ..... ChzcaE0 General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon. ' , Junior Cap Committeeg UniverS1iY BU' gade, Second Lieutenant 135, First Lieu- tenant 135, Major 145. MARGARET VERA BIRCHARD . . . U fbdml Home Economics OREN GEORGE BISHOP ..... BishoP General Business Alpha Sigma Phig Delta Sigma Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Foot- ball 135. DONALD ADRIAN BISSELL . Chiwsv Industrial Administration Pi Kappa Alpha. S. I. E.g Freshman Varsity Baseball? Freshman Varsity Footballg Intra-mural Boxing 115, 125. LURA DOROTIIEA BISSELL . .. . . ChicaS0 Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi. ROBERT WEsLEv BLACK, J R. . . C hicaE0 Liberal Arts and Sciences . Delta Tau Delta. 1 Interfraternity Council 1453 Llelllenanfy University Brigade 115, Captain 127- HAROLD CHARLES BLADEL.. . ROCk Bland General Business , 1 , -. f X , ,l ,- , 1 'B ,,,. .,. ,1.... ,- v-gf--Q V, F. - 1 1 pi ', ::'n'1:.'fi"'v.j'fI'7 -... I ,'. ',..1.,:Sx... 1 6, M . W, ..,,u.Q,...L . ' 2 1 ' A, s.. h...4'- J. ',....'. "P--F -, ,. . . . .. i ,, -th ., W . L 1.4 , u A . ' 7 li 'l 55 HELEN LOUISE BLAINE . . . Champaign Physical Education Pi Beta Phi. Hockey 115, 1255 Track 1153 Stadium Drive 125 g Dad's Day Transportation Com- mittee 125g Y. W. C. A. Committee 1153 May Fete Publicity Committee 135 g Home- coming Finance Committee 145. MARJORIE IIVIOGENE BLANCHARD . Mendota Liberal Arts and Sciences Lake Forest College. GENEVIE CASILEMAN BLANKENSHIP Pawnee Liberal Arts and Sciences Gregorian Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Booster Committee 115, Membership Com- mittee cslg Girl's Reserve Committee 135. RUBY BLIZARD .... Logansport, Ind. General Business JOE A. BLOCK .... Kansas City, Mo. Accountancy University Band 125. University of Missouri. LYLYAN HILDA BLOCK . Orton-ville, Minn. Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Phi Beta Kappa. First and Second Councils, Woman's League 125 3 Geography Journal Clubg Ger- man Clubg Vocational Guidance Committee 1253 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive 145. Preliminary Honors. MARTHA ELIZABETH BLOOD . . Grayville Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phig Sigma Delta Phi. Alethenai Literary Society, Women's glee Club 135, 1455 Second Cabinet Y. W. . A. DOROTHY BLULMENFELD .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi. ' Jamesonian Literary Society, Anonian Literary Society, Blue Feather, Pan-Hel- lenic Council 133, 143, Women's League, First Council 143. EUGENE NORIVIAN BLYE .... Chicago . Civil Engineering A. S. C. E., Intercollegiate Flying Club. TELVA RUT11 BLYTHE ..... Gays Liberal Arts and Sciences Freshman Hockey Team, Daily Illini Staff 123. MARIE MARGARET BOEHM . . Libertyville Liberal Arts and Sciences Lake Forest College. LUCILE ELIZABETH BOETTCHER . 0'Fallon Home Economics RAY P. BOLLER ...... Chicago General Business Pi Kappa Alpha. Illineis Magazine Staff 113, Sophomore Intramural Manager, Junior Interscholastic Manager. LEWIS HARRY BoNn, JR .... Chicago Railway Civil Engineering Phi Pi Phi. A. S. C. -E., Railway Club, Board of Directors, Engineers Co-Op. .,1,.. K -nv P ' ,-' fr- .I 1 1...-A .. K. .' .' 1' of I. 1 1 .. L... 1 . " ' ani I 56 EVELYN GERTRUDE BONNEN . . . Urbana Physical Education Alpha Sigma Nu. Orange Feather, Woman's Athletic Asso- ciation, Life-Saving Club, Hockey 113, 123, 133, 143, Basketball 113, 123, 133, Baseball 113, 123.1339 Track 113, 123, 133: Swim- ming 133, Tennis Manager 133, 143, Mi- Hila Dance Committee 133, Woman's League Social Committee 133, First and Sec- ond Councils 133, 143, Chairman, Hello Day Committee 143, Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee 123, 133, County Home Committee 133, W. G. S. Cabinet 133, 143, Secretary Committee 133, A. C. A. C. W. Conference Committee 133, Summer Vau- deville Committee 133, Lawn Fete Com- mittee 133, 143, Chairman, Health Card Committee 133 ,May Fete Nomination Com- mittee 133, Costume Committee 133, Pub- licity Committee 123. CARL ERNEST BORKLUND . . . Aledo Journalism Delta Pi Epsilon. Daily Illini Staff 123. JOIIN RAYMOND BORLING . . . Chicago Industrial Administration Ilus, Beta Gamma Sigma. Track Manager 123 , Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive Committee 123, 133 , Membership Committee 133 , Stadium Pay Up Drive 123, 133 , Far East Finance Drive 133 , Assistant Stage Director "If." CHARLES DONALD BORROR . . Rossville Mining Engineering Delta Mu Epsilon. Gun and Blade, Mining Society, Engi- neering Council. HARRY ROBINSON ROSELEY . . Oak Park Civil Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda, Scabbard and Blade. Y. M. C. A. Publicity Committee, Senior Hat Committee, Stadium Extension Drive, A. S. C. E., Lieutenant, University Brigade 133, Mai0r 143- ALFRED WELLINGTON BOSWORTII . Chicago Law Psi Upsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Alpha Alpha. Illio Staff 113, 123, Exchange Editor Siren 133 , Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive Com- mittee 123, 133, Homecoming Stamps Com- mittee 123, 133, Freshman Rifle Team. FRANCIS KELsI1Aw BOWLIN . . Chicago General Business Rem' MARIE BONVTON . . . CHIUUN Ezlucatzon MARX' ELIZABETII BOYNTON . . Sycamore Home Economics Alpha Phig Omicron Nu. . Womanls Welfare Committee 5 First Couin- Cil, Woman's Leagucg Home EC0n0m1CS Clubg Stadium Drive Committee 113, 1233 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee 113, 123,143- CIIARLES W. BRADT ..... Dc Kalb Banking Sigma Chig Bcta Nu Kappa. Tu-Masg Glcc Club 133, 1435 50C0nd Regimental Band 123, 1339 Sophomore Football Managerg Circus Manager 133, 143 5 Interfraternity Council Executive Com- mitteeg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 133, Merit Award 133, Board of Directors 1435 Cast, "Clarence" ELLIER AUGUSTUS BRAKER . Pleasant Plains Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.g Track 1135 Technograph Staff. , WILLIAM LYMAN BRANGII . . Champaign Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nug Scabbard and Blade. E. E. Societyg Signal Officers' Clubg Wrestling 113. RUBY AI.noRA BRANT ..... Oakland Home Economics McKinley Hall. Blackburn College. EUGENE CARTER BRAY .... Rockf0fd Civil Engineering , Chi Epsilon. A. S. C. E.g Engineering Student Cloun- cilg Engineering Open House Committee. F' Q -vi f , ,, V .-H.-1 I 7.2 .V . b, .. .K .... x. .. ,s ..-ef ' JQXNL. 'L xfs-s',:V ,. I-.1-,fy-I-v 'Sgr ff 'Taj 'f f l , ' .- A 4. -...tx..:Lk-. .-....i.. -if- A s .4 .Vx xi" 'IJ if. rv l ...,....,..,..,.......s I. . . 'if mx, 4 .Lf-lg. L 'V ....- rm 1-fs,---A--1 ' 4 nj 5 , f.. 'f 1 I ,I . jYZ'y:f',?'QLjQ'T7T"H 1, 'f 1' 7 - b....a. ,,A..... .f.,....,A. I l -rni 'Y .' " ' '-'T fm - -mx '.,i..x.i.'f . rin 'H,'y I . 1 . 1.. bi ,.i l57 .-.4 .A -1-i1.'x.-1"..i..3..' . I .f f l EDWARD EBER BRAZNELL, JR. Buffalo, N. Y. Engineering Phi Pi Phi. Siren Staff 1133 Freshman Frolic Com- mittee. CIIARLES FREDERICK BREISII . Dayton, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Cast, "Sin." North Western College. ELMER LEWIS BREY ..... Dundee General Business Anubis. Carleton College. FRANCES AGNES BRIGGS . . . Metamora Liberal Arts and Sciences Iota Sigma Pig Pi Mu Epsilon. Anonian Literary Societyg Gregorian Lit- erary Societyg Chemistry Clubg Newman Clubg Women's Welfare Committee 123, 1333 Women's Citizenship Committee 133g First and Second Council, Women's League 123, 1333 Group System, District Chairman 123, 133- VIRGIL THOMAS BRIGGS . . . Orangeville Liberal Arts and Sciences JAMES RIGIIARD BRODERICK . East St. Louis Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Taug Theta Tau. Freshman Varsity Basketballg Varsity Basketball 123, 133 3 Freshman Varsity Base- ballg E. E. Society. THOMAS A. BRODERICK ..... Morris Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. GAIL MILDRED BROOK . . . Stronghurst Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta. Anonian Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Endowment Committee C23, Industrial Committee. World Fellowship Com 643' - mittee C335 Student Friendship Drive C23. CHARLES TOAN BROOKE . . Plymouth, Ind. Pre-Legal Theta Chi. Illio Editorial Staff C135 University Life Editor C33. ALTO WILLIAM BROWN . . Plymouth, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Acaciag Phi Delta Phi. Junior Cap Committeeg Cast, "Sin." CHARLES ADDISON BROWN . . Cissna Park Banking Phi Gamma Deltag Band of X. Football Cz3, C33, C435 Wrestling C33, C435 Tribe of Illini5 Tu-Masg Y. M. C. A. Boys' Work Committee, Finance Drive Committee C33, C435 Stadium Pay-Up Drive C33. JANE LOUISE BROWN . . . Kokomo, Ind. Journalism Alpha Omicron Pig Theta Sigma Phi. First Council Woman's League C435 Woman's Welfare Committee C33, C43 5 Sta- dium Plus Drive Committee C335 Home- coming Mum Committee C335 Daily Illini Staff C23, Assistant Woman's Editor C33, Woman's Editor C435 Student Council C43. JANET GRACE BROWN . . . Springfield Education Kappa Kappa Gamma. Choral Socicty5 Y. W. C. A., Parties Committee C33, Summer Social Committee C43, Finance Committee C435 Senior Invi- tation Committee C43. JOHN COLUMBUS BROWN .... Herrin General Business Pi Kappa Phi. Accountancy Club 5 Stadium Pay-up Drive Committee5 Student Friendship Drive Committee C23. 58 MARGARET OGDEN BROWN . . Champaign Horne Economics Pi Delta Phi. Home Economics Club. Saskatchewan University, Canada. ROBERT ROLLIN BROWN . . . Divernon Athletic Coaching WARREN YATES BROWN . . . . Anna Law Gamma Eta Gamma. Accountancy Club5 Law Club. JOHN JAMES BROWNLEE . . . Chicago General Engineering Beta Psi5 Phi Alpha Lambda. Freshman Varsity Fencing, Varsity Fenc- ing C23, C435 Tribe of Illini5 Technograph Staff C23, C333 Captain, University Brigade C43 5 Intercollegiate Flying Club. LOUISE BRUMBAUGH . . Fort Wayne, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa5 Alpha Sigma Nu. Basketball CI3, C23, C335 Hockey C23, 6339 Baseball 623, 633: Track 623, 6339 Woman's Athletic Association, Hiking Man- ager C435 Chairman, Health Week Com- mittee C33, Advisory Board C33, C43 5 Y.W. C. A. Recreation Committee Cz3, Finance Committee C33, Student Friendship Com- mittee C235 Homecoming Accommodations Committee C335 Stadium Clean-up Com- mittee C33. Preliminary Honors. FRED WILLIAM BRUNN . Kansas City, M o. Civil Engineering Beta Lambda. GRACE ALICE BRYANT .... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi5 Mortar Board. Illiola Literary Society5 Dad's Day Com- mittee C235 MOther's Day Committee C235 Y. W. C. A. First Cabinet CI3, Second Cab- inet Cz3, Chairman Social Committee CI3, Chairman Meetings Committee C23. MARY LOUISE BUCK . . . Tolcdo,0hi0 Home Economics Kappa Kappa Gamma. H. LLOYD BUCKARDT ..... Leland Agriculture Delta Pi Epsilon. Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Educa- tion Clubg University Ritie Team CI5, C2l. FANNIE R. BUKY ...... ChicaH0 Pre-Medical Pre-Medical Clubg Sociology Club? Chemistry Club. MARIAN L. BUMSTEAD . . . Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. JAMES DAVID HUNTING . . . . Alllivtl General Business Scabbard and Blade. , Interscholastic Circus CI5, C25, C33 9 Um' versity Brigade, Lieutenant C35, Major C45 3 Field Artillery Officer's Club5 Artillery P15- tol Team C35, C45. LELAND CROWL BURCHELL .... Erie General Business Alpha Sigma Phi. RICHARD BROWN BURKE .... Dwight General Business chi Phi. , Stadium Plus Drive Committee C279 Gridgraph Committee C255 H0b0 Parade Committee C455 Pierrotsg Cast, "Red Widow, "Red Flamingo"5 Business Staff, "San Toy," "Oh Boy"5 Post Exam Iubllee C35. , . C, .-A -.....1"'..-" . 2 A .,..-...f- . ,R y ., ,.. V., A. -L,- : A... ,-f--...-,- Y ---- 1 5 1 l -. Q- I---wjn.'j', f. . I 31. f . --W---v--mv-ff af L. l .mx ,,,,.. ' 5 J., -.1 .Q-I K, V. 'i Fifi I .'l 1,11 .-.Q 57 'T rf' J.. . . .,r..I:. f Y ,V ll. 2 'X " 'X i ' f . . '.:,QJ.::.L3f.aJA s '.i...,.v , . 158' -Wm ,,,..,.' af 1 1 N il, C uf A i i l E 5- ...f-..-- y I v .v 5. 59 .,,,,..A..,,w T.i,,,....... ,,,. , . ., . -. , , . , 1,,,l,2b..J'.,.a fe. 1 ,"M.'T'k 'R ,." N ' .-.H..,1f.plr-,...:..i.-..is'-b4- I f l RUTH E. BURLEY ..... La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha. Woman's Athletic Associationg Geneva Clubg Baseball CI5, Cz5, C355 Basketball C255 Homecoming Decoration Committee C355 Women's Welfare Executive Commit- tee C455 Y. W. C. A. Recreation Committee C255 Eight Weeks Club Committee C355 Poor Farm Committee C155 Vocational Guidance Committee C255 Orange Feather- Stadium Plus Drive C25. OLIVER FORREST BURNETT, J R. . Maywood Electrical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phig Theta Tau. Skull and Crescent5 Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Baseball C355 Sophomore Football Managerg E. E. Society5 E. E. Show Staff. GRACE ISABELLE BURNHAM . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega. MARY LOUISE BURNIER .... Urbana Education Gamma Phi Beta5 Mortar Board5 Phi Beta Kappa5 Al ha Sigma Nu. Woman's Athletic Association, Advisory Board C35, C455 Bowling C25, C355 Bowling Manager C355 Baseball C155 Track Cr5, C255 Life Saving Corps5 Woman's League, Executive Council C455 First Council C25, C35, C455 Orange and Blue Feather Com- mittee C25 5 Chairman, All-University Party Committee C355 Chairman, Mother's Day Committee C35 5 Homecoming Accommoda- tions Committee5 Stunt Show Committee C455 Y. W. C. A. Doll Show Committee C255 First Cabinet C455 Geneva Club. GENEVIEVE MARIE BURNS . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Theta Pi. Newman Club. GEORGE MELVIN BURRUS . . Beardstown Public Utilities Sigma Phi Sigma. Illinois College. DOROTIIY PAULINE BURT .... Urbana Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta. W. A. A.5 Home Economics Club5 Bas- ketball CID, C25, C35: Hockey CID, C2J, C355 May Fete Committee C25. Lo1s ELEANOR BUSCH . . . Champaign Education Beta Phi Alpha. Gregorian Literary Society, Homecoming Registration Committee 135, Y. W. C. A., Poster Committee 1I5, 125, 135, 145, Fi- nance Drive 135, Dad's Day Accommoda- tion Committee 145. - DONALD HENDERSON BUSHNELL . Quincy A Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Tau, Theta Tau. A. S. C. E., Siren Staff 115, 125, Illini Board of Control 135, 145, Homecoming Accommodations Committee 135, Dad's Day Entertainment Committee 135 g Junior Cap Committee, Senior Hat Committee, Union Elections Committee 145 , Chairman, Senior Informal Committee. JAMES EVERETT BUSSART . . Paris ' Education Sigma Delta Sigma. Hexapoecia. CHARLES BENJAMIN BUSSEY Tyndall, S. D. Athletic Coaching Theta Upsilon Omega, Delta Theta Ep- silon, Sigma Delta Sigma. Freshman Varsity Football, Varsity Foot- ball qw, C439 Varsity Wrestling 135, 145. SETA BUTLER . . . . .Memphis, Tenn. Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta, Omicron Nu. BONNIE B. BUTNER .... Harrisburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. Athencan Literary Society, Spanish Club, Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee 135, Discussion Group 135. Lindenwood College. FREDERICK FAYETTE BUTTERFIELD . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Libertyville Public Utilities Delta Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Gamma. Philomathean Literary Society, Assistant Star Course Manager 135. -I Vx , 'X 60 .jf 4 1 l mil ALFRED BERGEN CAINE . . . Nunda, N. Y. Athletic Coaching Theta Chi. Scalp and Blade, Cavalry Oflicer's Club, Captain, University Brigade 145. MARY KATHLEEN CALHOUN . . Franklin Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois Woman's College. CHARLIE JAMES CALKIN . . Crescent City Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Tau, Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. E. Preliminary Honors. PAUL MCWARD CALLAWAY . . . Pawnee Education ALLAN MARSHALL CAMERON . River Forest Mechanical Engineering Chi Phi. Tu-Mas, Illini Board of Control 145, 155 , Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Gridgraph Committee 145, 155, Dad's Day Committee 135, Sta- dium Plus Drive 135 , Junior Cap Commit- tee, Senior Hat Committee, Senior Infor- mal Dance Committee. FRANCES E. CAMP ...... Bement Education Sigma Alpha Iota. Cast, "Robinhood." Lindenwood College. DE IoN RosAMARIoN CANADA . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences ROBERT SIMPSON CANNON . . . - - . . . . . . . . Little Rock, Ark. Railway Electrical Engineering Phi Pi Phig Theta Tau. Second Regiment Band C33Q Techno- graph Staff C23, C335 Freshman Cap Burn- ing Committee5 Illinois Union Membership Committee5 Junior Cap Committee? Homecoming Accommodations Commltteeg Junior Prom Committee5 Y. M. C. A.. F1- nance Committee C235 Stadium Committee C23, C335 Senior Informal Committceg In- ter-fraternity Council C33, C43. GENEVIEVE CAREY ..... McHenry Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Phi Alpha. St. Mary's College. EMMONS PERRY CARL .... Rockford Law Delta Theta Phi. LAWRENCE ANDREW CARL ...... . .... Muskegon Heights, Mich. General Business Phi Sigma Kappa. i Skull and Crescentg Tu-Mas5 Varsity Bowling C335 Y. M. C. A. Publicity Com- mittee5 Homecoming Stamp Committee5 Homecoming Accommodations Committeeg Interfraternity Disciplinary Committee. CARL HAROLD CARLSON . . . Oak Park Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Taug Theta Tau. A. S. C. E. GERSHOM NARRAMORE CARINIICHAEL . . ..... ..Urbam1 Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho. ' KENNETH DUNCAN CARPENTER .... . . . . . . . . . . Ashtabula, Ohio General Business Kappa Delta Rho5 Beta Gamma Sigma? Delta Sigma Pi. Student Councilg Illini Chamber of Com- merceg Sophomore Intramural Managerg President, Illinois Union C435 Elect10nS Committee C335 Membership Committee Q23 5 Chairman, Homecoming Accommoda- tions Committee C335 Homecoming Execu- tive Committee C435 Dad's Day Accommo- dations Committee C33Q Junior Prom Com- mittee 5 Chairman, Sophomore Cotilliong Commerce Dance Committee C335 Com- merce Mixer Committee C23, 61 ROBERT CHARLES CARPENTER .... . . . . . . . . . Cherokee, Iowa Agriculture Pi Alpha Xi. Floriculture Clubg Intramural Boxing C33- GYIJA SNOWDELL CARSE . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Christian Science Society! Life Saving C435 Y. W. C. A. Extension Committee. Nebraska University. ALICE MARTIAIA CARSETH . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. Northwestern University. ANNA ELIZABETH CARTER . . Fairbury Liberal Arts and Sciences BEATRICE MAE CARTER . . . Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. Illiola Literary Society5 Daily Illini Staff C235 Hockey C235 Track C135 Y. W. C. A. Hospital Committee CI35 Orange Feather Social Committee5 Woman's League Orange and Blue Feather Social Committee C235 Financial Secretary, Woman's League C435 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee C23, C335 Stadium Plus Drive C23. FRANCES CHARLOTTE CASELY . . Tuscola Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa. Gregorian Literary Society5 Y. W. C. A. Industrial Committee. JENNIE M. CATHCART . . . . Marissa Education MARTIN PAUL CATHERWOOD . . Urbana Agriculture Farmhouseg Alpha Zeta. Illinois Agriculturist Staff C33, C43 5 Agri- cultural Clubg National Swine Judging Teamg American Royal Judging Teamg In- ternational Livestock Judging Team. MATTHEW FRANCIS CAVANAGH .... . ....... Fall River, Mass. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. FREDOLPH ALBERT CERLING . . Chicago Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi. SCOTT CHANDLER . . . . . Industry Liberal Arts and Sciences JOANNA EL1zAEETH CHAPMAN . . Carmi Home Economics Home Economics Club, Student Relief Fund Committee C23. CLARENCE DEAN CHARLTON . . Chicago Law Oneogag Gamma Eta Gamma. Pre-Legal Clubg Law Clubg Freshman Cross Countryg Daily Illini Staff CI3, As- sistant Circulation Manager C233 Sopho- more Informal Committeeg Mi-Hila Com- mittee Cz3, C335 Homecoming Committee C33, C439 Stadium Drive Committee C23, C335 Gymkana Committee C335 Captain, University Brigade C439 Social Director, Unit System C23, C33. RUTH CHATFIELD . . . . . Momence General Business Alpha Gamma Delta. , Shi-Ai. ",",z':. ' , -.. ,, .'.X..v 11-.I .M-' I .... ,...,.,,,. .. , .,.-, . J" ."1-- '-- 4. Ur'-.Q ... v ,V .. -- rl : UK PM ,,.' ,. -- -X --lf.-:if -f cf- , T. ., ff, . f ' -,..:,.- , -, . fr.. ,." ' . Y' . xl' , . 1. fs. f 'fri HE? r ' '.:f15'vf, tj., , ,C - .5 A li-Y , 4 5 M 'y Avi A J Q .4 I - ' r.. ' f ,l ' C-,vw-y-,V-1.11--,vm-V' 1 , ' e ' ..i..F5r.C.1..awLL2afg.f. ' ' ' A fix. 1 ,vi ' ' ' ' 1 - ' 'z 5 s ' 'Q I ' , lx? I-K . , l , f l ts' 4 l J ' v A I ' - 4 !',J"""v 7 H3 T::.q...n..C.!r.bsm,.A f. :R i""f'fQQI l4..f.'.A.."?-I j.-77-- - ,ff ls. g A ci .5 s L, ,-,3. ., . Y f"g 'WI 433 r ' I -1 -5 u ,...f.f-ff?-K ,....,,.,, - ..f..12L'..l'.. !fJ.2A.i E621 -.---if--,-.--,.-,W--r V . .3 I V, .- A-T I WILEY CHAK CHEN . . Shanghai, China Mechanical Engineering EUGENE CLAY CHENowETH . . Marshall Education DOROTHY ELEANOR CHESTER . Champaign Journalism Gamma Phi Beta. Freshman Commissiong Sophomore Serv- iceg Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet, Booster Committee, Big Sister Committee, Cun- ningham Home Committeeg Chairman, Street Decoration Committee, Hockey C133 Daily Illini Staff. MLLDRED EDNA CHRISTOPHER .... . . . . . . . . Mason City, Iowa Education Theta Upsilon. Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet C33, First Cabinet C43. InA MAURTNE CISNE . . . . . . Cisne Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Y. W. C. A. Membership Drive C23g First and Second Council of Woman's League C43. PERRY EDWIN CLARK . . Oxford, Ind. General Business Gamma Eta Gamma. LYNN H. CLARKSON . . . Cerro Gordo Mechanical Engineering RUTH SABRINA CLAUSEN . l. . De Kalb Home Economics Delta Zeta. JOHN L. CLAYTON ..... Yvfkville Education Farm House. CHARLES EDWARD CLIFTON, I R. Evanston General Engineering Sigma Chig Phi Alpha Lambda. Mask and Baubleg Pierrots. CARL CLINGMAN COBB . . TiN0'1, IWW General Business EDITH HERRIN COCKE .... Marivn Education ESTHER COEEEEN .... Chamlmign Home Economics LEONARD COLIEN ...... ChiC0S0 General Business Cosmopolitang Phi Eta Sigmai Phl Delta- Gamma. U Philomathean Literary Socletyg Board of Oratory and Debateg Freshman Varsity De- bating Team 1I9 5 Commerce Debating T0am,129, 139. Preliminary Honors. 63 BERNARD WII.LIAlS'I COHEN ..... . . . . . . . . Indianapolis, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau. FLORENCE MARY COLE .... Urbana Home Economics WOman's Athletic Associationg Hockey 129, 1399 Track 119, 129, 1393 Swimming 139 JULIA LOUISE COLE ..... Urbana Home Economics WOman's Athletic Associationg Baseball 1399 Track 1393 RiHe Team 129, 139. MARY LOUISE COLLIER . . . Paris, Ky. Liberal Artx and Sciences FRANK PATRICK COLLINS . . Caseyville Athletic Coaching THOMAS ADOLPH COLLINS ..... . . . . . . . . Indianapolis, Ind. General Engineering Sigma Chi. BLANCIIE MARIE COLVIN . Bourbon, Ind. Commercial Teaching Delta Zetag Gamma Alpha Chi. Commerciag Chairman WOman's League Inter Illinae Committee 1493 Woman's Athletic Associationg Business Staff, Enter- priser 139, 149- CARYL BERNICE CONELY . . Warrensburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Iota Sigma Pi. Woman's Athletic Associationg Gregorian Literary Societyg Woman's Welfare Com- mittee C3Dg Y. W. C. A. Extension Com- mittee C4Dg Baseball C1Dg Hockey CID, C2D, C3D, C4Dg Chemistry Club. LUCILE MEYER CONIBEAR . . . Canton Liberal Arts and Sciences Women's Athletic Association. Knox College. NEIL CHANDLER CONKLIN . . . Decatur General Business Beta Theta Pi. Concert Band CID, C2D, C3D, C4Dg Uni- versity Orchestra CID, C2D, C3D, C4Dg Fresh- man Smoker Committee. EDWIN BECK CONLEY . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Phi. Skull and Crescent. RALPH RAYMOND CONNER . . Strcator Accountancy Sigma Mu Sigma. Square and Compassg Accountancy Club. DEWEY Ross CONNOR ..... N 'ewton Civil Engineering Chi Epsilonp Sigma Tau. A. S. C. E. FLORENCE KATIILYN CooPER . . Chicago Law Theta Phi Alpha. 64 ALLIsoN JEROME COPE . . Champaign Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Sigmag Sachemg Theta Tau. Pierrotsg Manager, Relay Carnival C4Dg Glee Clubg Sophomore Intramural Man- agerg Junior Intramural Manager. HELEN MYRA CORBIN . . . Winnebago Accountancy Commcrciag Accountancy Clubg Baseball CID. LELAND HARLAN COREIN . . . Newton Agriculture Anubis. JOHN PAUL CDRLEY . . . Tower Hill Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rhog Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Delta Sigma Pi. Athletic Board of Control C4Dg Baseball Manager C4Dg Stadium Finance Drive C2Dg Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive C3Dg Division Leader C4Dg Y. M. C. A. Board of Direc- torsg Pierrotsg Student Opera CID. FRED H. CORRAY .... . Urbana Education Phi Kappa Tau. Football C1Dg Baseball CID, C3D. CYNTHIA BLIss CORRIE. . St. Francisvzlle - Education RALPII WHITNEY CoRwIN . . Paris Law Gamma Eta Gamma. Pre-Legal Clubg Law Clubg Freshman Varsity Basketballg Illio Business Staff C2D g Homecoming Committee C2Dg Staff, "Red Flamingo." ARTHUR EDWIN CORYDON . . . Chicago General Business Pi Kappa Alpha. EDWARD RALPH COTHAM . Monticello, Ark- Commerce Accountancy Club. CHESTER EDWIN COTTINGHAM . Maltovn Commerce Phi Nu Beta. JACK A. COTTLE ...... .ChiC0E0 Accountancy and General Business WILLIAM HENRY CDUGHLIN . Champaign Banking Delta Upsilon. Lois JEAN Cox ..... Chamfllign Education Bethany Circle. h University Orchestrag Choral Society. RICHARD FRANKLIN Cox . . . ChicaE0 Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade. CCEptain, University Brigade 1379 A' 5' , F' QT, NX . , uf f. A L 775 ' A ' ' W k My A 1' . Al Q' 6 I-' .E 1. x 5. 65 HELEN CRABBS ..... Orlando, Fla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Hockey 1235 Basketball 123, 1333 Y. W. C. A. Endowment Committee 123. FERN CR.-XBTREE ....... Anna Commerce Commerciag Geneva Clubg Sociological Society. JOHN SPENCER CRABTREE ...... . . . . . . . . Ellendale, N. Dak. Athletic Coaching Delta Chi. GLENN EVERETT CRAMER . . . Quincy Mechanical Engineering Square and Compass. A. S. M. E. CLYDE LA VERNE CRAWFORD . . Milford Agriculture Farm House. Hoof and Horn Clubg Poultry Judging Teamg Business Manager, Illinois Agricul- turist 143. VERNITA M. CRAVVFORD . . . Grayville Liberal Arts and Sciences MARION GLENN CREATH . .' . Sullivan Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilong Scabbard and Blade. Chemistry Clubg Captain, University Brigadeg Varsity Wrestling 123, 133, 143. FRANCES MARGARET CREEK . Villa Grove Music Sigma Alpha Iota. First Council, Women's League C33 3 Pan Hellenic Council C33. ELMER STIMPSON CRINK . . . Milford Athletic Coaching Anubisg Delta Theta Epsilon. MARY ELIZABETH CRINK . . . Milford Liberal Arts and Sciences Preliminary Honors. AMY ELINOR CRISLI-:R . . . Glcn Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Beloit College. W. FREDERICK CRownER . . . Findlay General Business Scabbard and Blade. Lieutenant, University Brigade C33, Cap- tain C43. WILEUR FORREST CRUMMER . Oak Park General Business Delta Sigma Lambda. Homecoming Accommodations Commit- tee C335 Stadium Pay-Up Drive Committee C435 Union Membership Drive Committee C43 9 Homecoming Reunion Committee C43 5 Lieutenant, University Brigade C33, Cap- tain C43. ELIZABETH BARRATT CULLEN . Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Daily Illini, Editorial Staff C23, C335 Homecoming Registration Committee C233 Homecoming Mum Committee C33. es I E: 0 "E , if ,sn 'il'-if g , A 1. "-til Zkffi. A - H if " -3 3 .1-3.24: ' A " .fy A l 66 as feng lil, 1 .' ing, t- ' s 'C 5 ai, l l LOWELL CLEM CUNNINGIIAM . . Bismark Agriculture Anubisg Alpha Zeta. Hoof and Horn Clubg Agricultural Clubg Swine Judging Teamg Chairman, Ag Dance Committee C43 3 American Royal Livestock Judging Teamg International Livestock Judging Team. ESTI-IER CHARLOTTE CUTLER . Champaign General Business Commerciag Freshman Education Public- ity Committee. JOHN HARVEY DAGER . . . Bridgeport Agriculture Sigma Phi Epsilon. Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Club. FRED CHENOWETH DAIGH . . . Perry Education Illinois College. HELEN VIRGINIA DALLAS . . . Chicago General Business Alpha Gamma Delta. Commerciag Gregorian Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Extension Committee. Lindenwood Collegeg University of Wis- consin. MILDRED ELOISE DAMRON . . . Basco Liberal Arts and Sciences Emera. , Sociology Clubg First Council Woman's League C43. Carthage College. RUTH IOLA DANIEL ..... Decatur Home Economics James Millikin University. MILDRED ALICE DANIELS . . Petersburg Home Economics Lambda Omega. 'Choral Societyg Gregorian Literary So- Clfftyl Anonian Literary Societyg Bethany Clrcleg Home Economics Clubg Y. W. C. A. Recreation Committee, Church Co-opera- tion Committee, Faculty Finance Drive C45. ANDREW JACKSON DARNALL . . Danville Railway Administration Sigma Pi. University Railway Associationg Junior Circus Manager. GLENN YOUNGER DAVIDSON . . La Place Accountancy Captain, University Brigade C45. BURDETTE MvRoN DAVIS . . . Aurora General Business Delta Alpha Epsilon. DONALD WOODARD DAVIS . Sikeston, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha. PAUL HOWARD DAVISON .... M inonk Agriculture Alpha Zeta. Agricultural Club. DAVID ORNSBY DAWSON, JR. . Jacksonville Banking and Finance Tau Delta Taug Delta Sigma Pi? Alpha Delta Sigmag Pi Delta Epsilong Alpha Chl Mu Phi. Illini Chamber of Commerceg Student Council C455 Interfraternity Council C45, Activities Committee C45 3 Commerce Clubg Assistant Business Manager, Enterpriser C25, Advertising Manager C355 Business Manager C45 3 Chairman, Freshman Smoker Ctbmmitteeg Chairman, Junior Informal Committeeg Illinois Union Summer Dance Committee C35, Dance Committee C455 Stadium Pay-Up Drive C353 Lieutenant, University Brigadeg Class President C455 Pan-Hellenic Dance Committeeg Chairman, C0mmerce Dance Committee. 67 LILLIAN IRENE DAY ..... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega. Bradley College. MAE DDNA DEAMES ..... Brocton Liberal Arts and Sciences HARRY RUSSELL DEAN . . . Vermilion Commerce and Law HoRAcE ALBERT DEANE .... Moline Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma. Chemistry Clubg Fencing Team C35. NEILSON CAREL DEBEVOISE . . Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Daily Illini Staff CI5, Reference Editor C 25. BERNARD MARTIN DECKER . Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Deltag Alpha Alpha Alphag Delta Sigma Rhog Sigma Upsilon. Philomathean Literary Societyg Star Course Board C35, C459 Varsity Debating Team C35. LOYAL WILLIAM DE CLERC ..... . . . . . . . . . GreenBay,Wis. Floriculture Anubisg Pi Alpha Xig Phi Mu- Alpha. Concert Band C15, C25, C35, C453 Flori- culture Clubg University Symphony Or- chestra C15, C25. MARGARET LOUISE DE CLERCQ .... . . . X ...... Milwaukee, Wis. Home Economics . Home Economics Clubg Sociological Club. Northwestern University. ADAM CHARLES DEEM .... Galva General Business Phi Gamma Delta. Knox College. CHARLES CLIFTON DELONG . . Sadorus Accountancy Delta Sigma Pig Beta Alpha Psi. Accountancy Club. NELLIE ESTHER DELONG . . . Fithian Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Omega Pi. University Choral Society C13, C233 Wo- men's Glee Club C13, C23, C339 Stadium Plus Drive Committee C239 Y. W. C. A. Hospital Committee C43. ARTHUR HAROLD DEMMER ..... . . . . . . . . Ellendale, N. Dak. Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Societyg A. I. E. E. JOHN NOWRY DEMMLER . . Kcwanee Mechanical Engineering Tau Delta Taug Tau Beta Pig Sigma Taug Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. E. Preliminary Honors. FRANCIS ScoTT DENIIAM . Whiting, Ind. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. 68 FRANCES ELEANOR DENNIS . . Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta. ALBERTA DENTON . . . . . Hamilton Home Economics Home Economics Club. A WALLACE RANKIN DEUEL . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta. Editor, Daily Illini C43. EDWARD BERNARD DE VRY . . . Chicago General Business Tau Kappa Epsilong Delta Sigma Pig Scabbard and Blade. Skull and Crescentg Commerce Clubg Captain, University Brigadeg Election Committee C335 Hobo Parade Committee C43- FLORENCE ADELLA DICKIE . . Gillespie Liberal Arts and Sciences MYRTLE Ross DICKINSON . . . Chicago Home Economics Presbyterian Hall. Home Economics Club C435 Women's Welfare Committee C235 Garwood Home Committee C23, C339 County Farm Com- mittee C43. ROGER FIELDEN D1cK1NSoN . . Eureka General Business Sigma Pi. Freshman Cross Country C33g Freshman Track C333 Varsity Cross Country C43. Eureka College. VIRGINIA RosE Dicus . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Iamesonian Literary Societyg Life Sav- ing Clubg Women's Welfare -Committee C3Dg Freshman Education Committee C4D3 First and Second Council C3D. Knox College. AsLER CAR DIGIITON . . . Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Psig Pi Delta Epsilon. Tu Masg Daily Illini Business Staff CID, C2D, C3Dg Class President CID. MILDRED LOUISE DILLINGHAM . Clinton Liberal Arts and Sciences Rockford College. LAWRENCE EVERETTE DIMOND . Aurora General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon. AGNES C1IR1sT1NE DINING . St. Francis-ville Liberal Arts and Sciences DAVID ANTHONY DINSDALE . . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Delta Sigma Tau. A. S. M. E.g Freshmen Track Squad C133 Class Soccer CID, C2D. RAY ANDERSON DIVERS . . . . C710-W' Accountancy 1 V ww- 1-A. ..-. -h b W5 fs- H I l .li I I V. M 4' .. I. L.. V. .- .-.- yi h Q , I L fr -- .-..,..--1-.-I -1--'.--f.-vv 1 I - 'f...LAwt., . X. .... .. -. it A '- . I sg, ' 1 69 RosA BELLE DoANE .... Champaign Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Co-chairman In- ter-Illinae Committee C3Dg First Council Women's League C2D, C3D, Second Council C2D, C3D, District Chairman C3Dg Stadium Plus Drive C2Dg Senior Memorial Drive. RALPII PEAKER DOBSON . . Cerro Gordo Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho. Agricultural Club CID, CzD, C3Dg Illinois Agriculturist Staff CID, C2D. MAURICE SAUL DOLIN .... Chicago Law Freshman Varsity Wrestlingg Varsity Wrestling C2D, C3D 5 Varsity Football C4D 5 Captain, University Brigade C3D 3 Cast, "Red Flamingo." HUGH ARMSTRONG DOLLAHAN Lawrenceville Pre-Medic Omega Beta Pi. Major, University Brigade C4D. FRANCIS ALBERT DoI.LINGER . Champaign Civil Engineering Sigma Taug Chi Epsilon. A. S. C. E.g Engineers Dance Committee C4D- TOICHI DoMoTo .... Oakland, Cal. Floriculture Cosmopolitang Pi Alpha Xig Phi Kappa Epsilong Gamma Sigma Delta. Floriculture Clubg Japanese Club. JOHN CoI.vILLE DONNELLY . . Chicago Industrial Administration Concert Band. BARNET DONOVETSKY .... Chicago Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society. BRYAN CLYDE DOOLEN . . . Kinmandy Education Alpha Sigma Phi. Basketball 115. MAMIE PAULINE DoRscH . . Charleston Education Lambda Omega. Gregorian Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee 135, Younger Girls Committee 135, Finance Drive Committee 145, Girl Reserves Committee 145. Eastern Illinois Teacher's College. JOHN G. DOUGIIERTY, JR. . . Jerseyville General Business Square and Compass. CLINTON ARNOLD DOUGLAS . . Oblong Banking and Finance ' Union Dance Committee 1455 Homecom- ing Accommodation Committee 135 5 Boom- erang Staff. LoU1s REINHOLD DOUGLAS . Mount Olive Electrical Engineering Delta Pi Epsilon. , A. I. E. E. MARY WINNIFRED DREW .... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega. Y. W. C. A. Cunningham Home Com- mittee 135, f4l, Girl Reserve Committee 135, Parties Committee 145 5 Alumnae Reg- istration Homecoming Committee 145. Bradley College. . l 70 W1LL1AM ALBERT DREYER . . La Grange Liberal Arts and Science Zeta Psig Sachemg Phi Eta Sigma. Glee Clubg Junior Baseball Managerg Stadium Clean-Up Drive Committeeg Dance Supervision Committee. Anon-H EDISON DROBISH . . . Urbana Electrical Engineering Square and Compass. Electrical Engineering Society. WILLIAM MITCHELL DRoE1sH i . . Urbana Electrical Engineering Square and Compass. Electrical Engineering Society. BEULAH I. DRo1vr ...... Antioch Physical Education Woman's Athletic Association5 Hockey 125, 135, 145: Bowling 1359 Baseball 135, 1455 Track 125, 135, 1455 Class Tennis Manager 1355 May Fete Properties Com- mittee 135. 0RR1s EDWARD DUERINGER . Gibsen City Banking and Finance Scabbard and Blade. Second Lieutenant, University Brigade 135, Captain 1455 Rilie Team 115. HELEN ESTELLE DUFFY . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Science Gamma Theta Pi. I i Women's League Citizenship Committee C45- RICHARD KAIGHN DUGDALE ..... . . . . . . . . Indianapolis, Ind. Agriculture Lambda Chi Alpha. Dairy Club. Purdue University. I RALPH LORING DUGGER . . C01lil15'WHc Electrical Engineering I Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa NU? P1 Mu Epsilon. Electrical Engineering Societyg A. I. E. E- Preliminary Honors. JAISIES F. DUNCAN . . . Bloominglfm Foreign Commerce Phi Mu Deltag Theta Delta Pi. Foreign Trade Clubg Commerce Club! Illinois Union Smoker Committee CI5. WILLIAM STEWART DUNCAN Mt. Vernon Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag Eta Kappa Nus Scab' bard and Blade. Major, University Brigadeg Signal COTPS Ofiicers Clubg E. E. Societyg A. I. E. E. DIXIE DUNIIAM ..... Collinsville Education Kappa Kappa Gamma. Illiola Literary Societyg Woman's Ath- letic Associationg Illinois Terrapin Swim- ming Clubg Red Cross Life Saving Corps Clubg Hockey C35, C453 Swimming C473 Stadium Plus Drive Committeeg Cast, "San Toy," "Oh Boy"g Homecoming Stunt Show C35, C455 Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show C35. IVA JANE DUNKLE ..... Urbana Education Woman's Athletic Associationg Basketball CU, C353 Bowling CI5, C352 Baseball CI5, C375 Track C35. RALPH KINKEAD DUPEE . . . Earlville Civil Engineering 'Delta Sigma Taug Scabbard and Bladeg Pl Delta Epsilon. Field Artillery Officers Clubg A. S. C. E.3 Freshman Varsity Wrestling C155 Techno- graph Business Staff C25, C35, C45 9 Captain, University Brigade C35, Lieutenant Colonel C459 Stadium Pay-Up Drive C355 Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive C45. ELIZABETH MARION DURKES .... - . ....... Franklin Grove Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Woman's Wel- fare Committee C45. 71 KENNETH L. DUVALL .... Urbana Accountancy Mask and Baubleg Pierrotsg Manager, "Let's Get Married"3 Third Stadium Plus Committeeg Homecoming Frivolities Com- mittee C35g Senior Hat Committeeg Staff, 'tCarlotta," "The Hottentotf' "Oh Boy." CAROLYN FRANCES EADS .... Paris Liberal Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. Church Co-operation Com- mitteeg Freshman Discussion Group Leader. Mount Holyoke College. JOSEPHINE IONE EDEN . . . Champaign Music Illiola Literary Societyg Woman's Glee Clubg Wesley Playersg Wesley Prep-Coun- eil. WILDUR L. EDHOLM .... Evanston Architectural Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Pierrotg Skull and Crescentg Mask and Baubleg Gargoyleg Sophomore Football Managerg Inter-fraternity Councilg Varsity Cheer Leader C355 Cast, "Red Flamingo," "The Hottentotf' "Sin"3 Hobo Parade Committee. HELEN JANE EDISON .... Kankakee Home Economics Kappa Alpha Thetag Omicron Nu. Shi-Aig Home Economics Clubg Fresh- man Frolic Committeeg Y. W. C. A. Cabi- net CI5, C25, C35, First Council C35g Class Vice-President CI5. EARL LEONARD EDQUIST . . . Chicago General Business Phi Kappa Tau. Pierrotsg Enterpriser Business Staff CI5, C253 "Captain Applejack" Business Staffg Cast, "The Red Flamingo," "Carlotta," RoScoE DUTTON EILER . . Tower Hill Agricultural Education Alpha Tau Alpha. Glee Club CI5, C25, C35, C5453 University Band CI5, C25, C35, C45 5 Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Education Clubg Hoof and Horn Club. FRANCIS FRIEDGEN ELLIOTT . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connersville, Ind. Accountancy Beta Alpha Psig Beta Gamma Sigma. University Band 112, 125 5 Accountancy Club. CHARLES FRANCIS ELLIS Maryville, Tenn. Architectural Engineering DELLA ELLIS .... Chicago Heights Education Alpha Xi Delta. Hockey 1315 Captain, Bowling 1315 Track 13J. ELFIA IRENE ELLIS .... Lizton, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Emerag Bethany Circle. Indiana University. JAMES WARREN ELLIS . Vermilion Gro-ve Agriculture Q Agricultural Clubg Horticulture Club. LUCILE N. ELLIS ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Northwestern University. HOWARD JOSEPH ELSON . . Chenoa Agriculture Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Club. v . . A T- s 72 FRANCIS ALBERT EMBREY . . . Chicago Agriculture Delta Kappa Epsilon. PIIILIP WILLIAM EMLEY . . . Danville Electrical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Sigma Taug Pi Mu Epsilong Eta Kappa Nu. E. E. Society. WILLIAINI WALLACE EMS .... Ogden General Business Delta Sigma Phi. Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Foot- ball 123. GLADYS L. ENGLAND . . . Villa Grove Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Iotag Sigma Delta Phi. Woman's Glee Club 133, 1479 Cast, "Robinhood"9 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee 145. THOINIAS FARRIS ENGLISH . . . Urbana General Business Acaciag Scabbard and Blade. Philomathean Literary Society: Com- merce Clubg Military Ball Committee 1355 Captain, University Brigade 135, Lieutenant Colonel 143. JAMES CREMER ENYART . Agency, Iowa General Business Kappa Sigma. . Skull and Crescent. MARIAN ELEANOR ERICSON . . Tiskilwa Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta. - u Northwestern University. AGNES SEVERINNE Eiucxsox . . Chica80 Education Beta Phi Alpha. , Woman's Athletic Associationg Gl'0g0l'1an Literary Society, Y. W. C. A. Parties Com- mittee 1435 Tennis 143. Emcx Eiucxsox ...... ChicaK0 Mechanical Engineering Acacia, Theta Tau. I Chairman, Cap and Gown Commltt0C 143. ELIZABET1-1 Eizvxx ..... Gillesfle Home Economzcs Emera. University Choral Society C435 Riiie Team 123. EVA JUNE EVANS .... . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Science RUSSELL FLovo EVERETT . . Galva Agriculture Farm House. AGUSTIN CARRALDE Fiiemx . . . . . Manila Philippine Isla11dS . . 'Industrial Adritinistration 1 D Cosmopolitan Clubg Philippine Illlnl Club. ANITA AoAL1NE FABRI .... ChicaK0 Liberal Arts and Sciences Presbyterian Hall. I , Woman's Welfare Committee 1333 First Council, Woman's League 143. 73l DAISY FAIRFIELD ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. Shi-Aig Senior Illinaeg Theatre Guild 1433 First Council, Woman's League 1333 Freshman Commission, Sophomore Serv- ice, Inter-Illinae Parties Committee 1333 Stadium Upperclassmen Committee 1239 Chairman, Dad's Day Reception Commit- tee 123, Mother's Day Committee 133, Chairman, Mother's Day Tag Committee 1333 Y. W. C. A. First Cabinet 143, Sum- mer Cabinet 133g Booster Committee 113, Stunt Show Business Committee 113, Big Sister Committee 123, Doll Show Commit- tee 123, Membership Committee 123, Social Committee 123, General Manager, Doll Show 133, General Manager, Stunt Show 133, Chairman, Summer Social Committee 133, Chairman, Social Service Department 143. JANE FRANCES FAISSLER . . . Sycamore Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu. Y. W. C. A. Calling Committee 123. . Eva FARNswoR'r1r ..... O'FaIIon Home Economics WVILMA JEANETTE FARNSWORTH . Urbana Liberal Arts and .Sciences Kappa Sigma Tau. Anonian Literary Society, Woman's Glee Club 113, 1239 Choral Society 113, El Cir- culo Espanolg Pan-Hellenic Council 1335 Woman's Welfare Committee 113, 1233 Dads' Day Tag Committee 133 Q Cast. "Red Widow," "San Toy," "Oh Boy," "Robin Hood." Oberlin College. PHYLLIS FEINGOLD ' ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi. Alethenai Literary Society, Jamesonian Literary Society, Music Critic, Daily Illini 123, 133, 143, Homecoming Alumni Regis- tration Committee. Northwestern University. ENIANUEL FE1NsTE1N .... Chicago Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. LoU1sE El,1z.mE'r11 FELow1scH .... . . . . . . . .. St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Alpha Omicron Pi. Principia junior College. CATIIERINE EUGI-:NIA FERGUSON Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mask and Bauble. LUTHER DEI.os FETTEROLI' . Mount Carroll Ceramic Engineering Acacia, Tau Beta Pig Sigma Taug Kera- mos. A. C. S. STANLEY EDGAR AUL FEV . . . Chicago General Business Sigma Pig Scabbard and Blade. Lieutenant, University Brigade C23, Cap- tain C33g Tcchnograph Staff C23, Advertis- ing Manager C333 Chairman of Shan Kive Committee of Illinois Union C23. JEROME GORDON FINDER . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Epsilon Pig Phi Eta Sigma. Illinois Union Membership Drive Com- mittee Qi, C491 Elections and 'Traditions Committee C33g Homecoming Reunion Committee C233 Junior Smoker Commit- teeg Hobo Parade Committee. GEORGIA ELIZADETII FIOCK . . Urbana Home Economics Kappa Sigma Taug Omicron Nu. EARL W. FISIIER . . .... Chicago General Business - Captain, University Brigade. EMNIETT NIClIl7LAS FIsI-IER . Bristol, Ind. Agricultural Education Agricultural Clubg Horticulture Club. Purdue University. f-9 74 FRED DANIEL FISHER . . St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma. Tu-Masg Freshman Varsity Football, Varsity Football Cz3, C33, C43. MARION IRENE FISHER . . . McConnell Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Mu Epsilon. McKinley Hallg Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet C335 Hockey C13, C23, C435 Fresh- man Commissiong Sophomore Service Com- mittee, Geneva Clubg Student Fellowship Committee. RORERT EUGENE FISHER . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Sigma. Glee Clubg Cast, t'Sin," "San Toy." KENNETH RUDOLPH FITCH . . . Joliet Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma. Chemistry Clubg Chemistry Open House Committee.C33g Captain, University Brig- ade C43. DORIS J. FLAGG ...... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha. Beloit College. ROBERT BORDEN FLETCIIER . . LaGrange General Business TRUMAN WEIZB FLOYD .... Peoria Chemical Engineering and Industrial Administration Chi Phi. Gridgraph Committeeg Stadium Drive. JOIIN WILLIAM FLUDE .... Chicago General Business Alpha Tau Omega. I Chairman, Sophomore Cotillion Commit- teeg Junior Prom Committeeg Homecoming Committee C35 g Dad's Day Committee C35. DENZEL VICTOR FOREST!-:R . . . Casey General Business Phi Sigma Kappa. MARY ADELINE FORESTER . . . Casey Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta. Oxford College. CHRYSTAI. F. FOWLER . . . Metropolis Liberal Arts and Sciences TITUS Woon FOXVLER . . . LaGrange Electrical Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa. Technograph Staff C25, C353 Dacl's Day Committee C355 E. E. Society. ERNEST FRANKLIN Fox . . Wood River Liberal Arts and Sciences Cosmopolitan Clubg Scabbard and Blade. Captain, University Brigade C35, Major f45 5.Geology Clubg Cavalry Officers Clubg Vafslly Riiie Team C15, 625, C35, C45- FREDERICK HQLDEN Fox . Davenport, Ia. General Business Phi Delta Thetag Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Band of X. Skull and Crescentg Sophomore Intra- mural Manager, Junior Intramural Man- flger, .Intramural Manager C45g Homecom- ing Finance Committee C45 9 Athletic Board Of Control C455 Interfraternity Council f4i9 Y. M. C. A. Drive C-15, 435, 145. . , . , , . .1 , . .... .-. ,. ,..,.4 . , Q- . N- ...M -, I-V , . ,l 75 W1LI.IfKM LYLE Fox ..... Watseka Banking and Finance Square and Compass. Board of Directors, Illini Chamber of goniimerce C35, C455 University Concert an . EARL RUSSEL FRAME . . . . Hillsboro General Business RALPII Louis FRANKENFELD .... . . . . . . . . . St. Charles,Mo. Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha. ' Agricultural Club, Agricultural Educa- tion Club. MARX' BARBER FRANKLIN . . Champaign General Business Commerciag Mi-Hila Dance Committee C353 Big Sister Committee C355 Woman's Welfare Committee C453 Freshman Educa- tion Committee C25. RALPII NVALDO FREEMAN , . . Ogden Liberal Arts and Sciences RICHARD YVALTER FREEJNIAN Medina, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Scubbard and Blade. Chemistry Club. FREDERICK ARTIIUR FREIBERG . Chicago Architectural Engineering Gargoyle. RAY CARL FRESELLE ..... Batavia Architectural Engineering BERNARD ALLEN FRIED .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Scribblers.. ROBERT FRIEDLANDER .... Chicago Commerce and Law Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta. Daily Illini Staff 615, Freshman Varsity Track, Hobo Parade Committee, Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive 635. DONNABELLE RosEMoNDE FRY Champaign Music Mu Kappa Alpha. Woman's Glee Club 615, 625, 635 , Choral Society 615, 625, Woman's Welfare Com- mittee 625, Y. W. C. A. Music Committee 615, 625, 635. 645,50C0l1d Cabinet 635, 645: Six Weeks Club Committee 625. Preliminary Honors. EI,IzAuE'r1I LORNA FRY .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Pan-Hellenic Council, Stadium Drive Committee 625 3 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee 635, 645, MARY LOUISE FRY ..... Hersman Home Economics Choral Society 645, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. Employment Committee 645. Blackburn College. FAYE IRENE FULLERTON . . . Tuscola Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Northwestern University. .5 A 'ii ' ai , IQIW5 A ...EEA I A Q . i 1 - iff, ,', ,inj- -Mig l 76 BONNABELL BRUCE FULLIWER . . Urbana Home Economics Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. Gar- wood Home Committee, Social Committee, County Farm Committee. MARIE EsrIIER FUNKE . . Edwardsville Law Theta Phi Alpha, Kappa Beta Pi. Law Club, Woman's Athletic Associa- tion, Newman Club, Woman's Ritie Team 625. MILTON GALLAGIIER ...... Peru Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon. Chemistry Club, Staff, Illinois Chemist 625, Chemistry Open House Committee 615, 635. Josl-:PII WII.I.IAsI GANSCHINIETZ . . . ......... EastSt.Louis Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi. Architectural Society, Homecoming Dec- orations Committee 635 , Engineering Dance Committee 635 , May Fete Decorations 635. CI-IESLEIGII Lotus GARARD . . . Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa Delta. Carthage College. LYLE BURDETTE GARDNER . . . Warren Civil Engineering A.S. C. E. FRED WIIITE GARLICK .... Chicago General Business Kappa Sigma. Hobo Parade Committee. HowARD Scorr GARNs . Indianapolis, Ind. Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi 5 Pi Delta Epsilon 9 Scarab. ORLANDO FoRD GARRETT . . Metropolis Agriculture Alpha Zetag Scabbard and Blade. Stock Judging Team 143. EARL RAYMOND GARRISON . . Centralia Agriculture Alpha Sigma Taug Alpha Zeta. Intercollegiate Flying Clubg Horticulture Clubg Illinois Agriculturist Staff 135, C433 Lieutenant, University Brigade 133, Cap- tain 145, WILLIAM HOMER GARRIsoN . White Hall Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. ALTON F. GEIILDACH . . . . . Lincoln General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon. CORXVIN WILLIAM GELWICK . . Danville Commerce Beta Kappa. Tennis11J,12D,C3D. GENEVIEVE MARGARET GERE . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Chairman Y. W. C. A. Poster Committeeg Chairman Younger Girls Committeeg Fresh- man Commission. 77 RAYMOND FRANKLIN GIESKE . Barrington Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Alpha. Adelphic Literary Societyg University Orchestra 115, 127, 133, 1493 Glee Clubg Glee Club Quartet. HARRX' JOIIN GIFFING . . . Princeton Railway Administration Sigma Mu Sigma. Square and Compassg University Rail- way Associationg Gun and Blade. LEONARD BECK GILBERT . . Waukegan General Business Delta Upsilong Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Pi Delta Epsilong Band of X. Tu-Masg Illinois Union Cabinet, Chair- man Student Welfare Work, Chairman Elections, Chairman Gridgraph Committeeg Illio Business Staff 113, 125, Business Man- ager 1335 Freshman Smoker Committeeg Freshman Cap Burning Committeeg Junior Prom Committeeg Captain, Stadium Pay- Up Driveg Senior Cap and Gown Com- mittee. WAYNE AARON GILBERT . . . Loami Agriculture Seabbard and Blade. American Royal Livestock Judging Teamg International Livestock judging Team. JESSIE PEARL GILIIREATII . . . Watseka Physical Education Kappa Alpha Theta. Woman's Athletic Associationg Life Sav- ing Clubg Basketball 1359 Cast, Oh Boy! Randolph-Macon College. DEFCDE C1-I1LDREss GINNINGS . Macomb Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Pi Upsilong Phi Lambda Up- silon. MAUDE GLENN ..... Mt. Vernon Home Economics Kappa Sigma Tau. Home Economics Clubg Choral Societyg Stadium Plus Drive 139. LESTER H. C. Goan ..... Chicago General Business Lambda Chi Alpha. Oscfm HERl3EliT GOEBEL . Evansville, Ind. General Business Sigma Phi Epsilong Ma-Wan-Da5 Sachem5 Band of X5 Pi Delta Epsilon5 Al- pha Delta Sigma. Daily Illini Staff C13, C23, Copy Man- ager C33, Associate Business Manager C435 Manager of Block "I" C335 Dance Super- vision Committee C435 Y. M. C. A. Frater- nity Group Discussion Committee, Finance Drive Committee C33, C43, Building Com- mittee5 Stadium Drive Committee5 Junior Roundup Committee5 Senior Jacket Com- mittee 443. INEZ IRENE GOLDSMITH . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences BERTIIA R. GOLDSTEIN .... Chicago Education Phi Sigma Sigma. Gregorian Literary Society5 University 0rchestra5 May Fcte C33. PIAROLD MARVIN GoLos'rEIN . . Chicago Commerce and Law Sigma Alpha Mu. Daily Illini Staff C13, C235 Student Wel- fare Driveg Production Staff, "Oh Boy." JAMES WILLIAM Goonwrx Frankfort, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi. ALICE M. Gooow1NE .... Potomac Education James Millikin University. i MAmoN JENNINGS GooI.D . . Yates City General Business EDXVARD Ama GORENSTEIN . . Chicago Law Emunah. Doaonu' Ikva GRANT .... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Woman's Athletic Association. Rockford College. Jour: RALPH GRAVES . Downers Gro-ue . Agriculture Hoof and Horn Clubg Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade C33, C435 Field Artillery Ofticers Club. JosEP1r WILLIAM GREENE . East St. Louis Electrical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi5 Eta Kappa Nu5 Sigma Tau. Tu-Masg Newman Clubg E. E. Society5 Freshman Varsity Basketballg Freshman Varsity Baseball5 Varsity Basketball C235 Freshman Cap Burning Committee5 Union Membership Committee5 Engineering Dance Committee. DEETTA IONA GREER .... Urbana Home Economics . joim hVYATT GREGG . . Milwaukee, Wis Architecture Zeta Psi5 Gargoyle. Skull and Crescent5 Tu-Mas5 Architec- tural Society5 Glee Club. University of Wisconsin. HELEN MARv GRIGGS . . . Chicagv Education Theta Upsilon. HELEN NIARGARET GR1:siEs . . . Urbana Music .Alpha Omicron Pig Mu Kappa Alpha. Shi-Aig Illiola Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee, Music Com- mitteeg Freshman Commissiong Stadium Plus Drive. RAvMoNo IIAROLD GROFF . . . Casual' Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Alpha. University Orchestra C3J, C475 Sociology Club. james Millikin University. RUssELi. Cvaus GRoFrMANN St. Louis, Mo. Commerce and Law Phi Gamma Deltag Phi Delta Phi. Law Clubg Pierrotsg Illinois Union Mem- bership Committee CID, Elections Commit- tee t3J, Dance Committee C433 Junior In- formal Committeeg Y. M. C. A. Boy's Work Committeeg Senior Jacket Commit- W03 Cast, "If," "Carlotta," GLENROY GARDINER GROGAN . Des Plaines Ceramics Gamma Pi Upsilon. l S. C. E.g Chemistry Clubg Staff Illi- nois Chemist tri. ELMER OETTER GRouNE .... Joliet Industrial Administration Theta Chi. NIARY Lucmna GROVER . . . Jllareugo Education A W0man's Welfare Committee C45 3 Grego- rian Literary Society. 79 Orro Huco GUENTHER ..,. Normal Agriculture .Agricultural Clubg Dairy Clubg Agricul- tural Education Club. IJox.u.u LEw1s GUERNsEv Vincennes, Ind. Chemistry Gamma Pi Upsilon. University Band 135, C453 Chemistry Clubg Y. M. C. A. Membership tzbg Re- ception t3Jg Production Staff "The Hot- tentot." ,lvurru M,xRovaRxrE Gusmrsox . . . .. . . . . . . ...Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega. Gregorian Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Younger Girls' Committee, Hospital Com- mittee, Girl Reserves. Northern Illinois State Teachers College. AE1.1z1cB.HMcK . . . Florence,Kaus. Physical Education Delta Delta Delta. M1LroN CAR1. HMS . South Bead, Ind. General Business Phi Gamma Delta. FREDERICK Louis 1'IABBEGGER . Pocahontas Commerce and Law Delta Sigma Pi. Law Clubg Pre-Legal Clubg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 143, Finance Drive t3J, C4D. ALFRED ERNEST Hncxunarir . Champaign Commerce and Law - Phi Alpha Deltag Alpha Alpha Alpha. BEATRICE ELIZABETH HADANI . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Mu Epsilon. Choral Society. Preliminary Honors. GEORGE HADI.0CK ...... Urbana Industrial Administration Delta Alpha Epsilon. Rov CHARLES HAGEMAN . Denver, Cola. Mechanical Engineering Theta Xi, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma. First Regimental Band 123, 133, 143, A. S. M. E. WALTER GEORGE HAGEMEYER . . Peoria ,Civil Engineering Beta Sigma Psi. A. S. C. E. WALDO WIl.LIAM HAGNAUER . . Highland Mechanical Engineering VERNE LESLIE HAIINEMAN . Detroit, Mich. General Business Delta Chi, Ma-Wan-Da, Sachcm, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Band of X. Commerce Club, Sophomore Football Manager, Junior Football Manager, Bas- ketball and Wrestling Manager 143, Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive 123,133, 143, Stadium Pay-Up Campaign 133, 143 , Director, Illini Chamber of Commerce. HAROLD FREDERICK HAINES . Champaign General Business Accountancy Club. l30l LEONARD M. HAINES .... Belvidere General Business Beta Kappa, Ma-Wa-Da, Band of X. Tribe of Illini, Freshman Varsity Basket- ball, Varsity Basketball 123, 133, Captain 143, Freshman Smoker Committee. MARTIIA JEAN HAI.E ..... Virginia Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega. ROBERT SIIEPARD HALE . . . . Chicago General Business Delta Sigma Phi. GERALD JOSEPH HALI-:Y . . . . Chicago General Engineering Phi Alpha Lambda. General Engineering Society. ALTON GIFFORD HALL . . . Champaign Law Alpha Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Rho, Sigma Upsilon, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Scab- bard and Blade. Mask and Bauble, Skull and Crescent, Philomathean Literary Society, Freshman Varsity Football, Freshman Varsity Debat- ing Team, Varsity Debating Team 133, 143 5 Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade 143 , Board of Directors, Interfraternity Coun- cil 143, Cast, "If," CONSTANCE LOUISE HALL . Denver, Colo. Liberal Arts and Sciences HARRY A. HALL ....... Chicago Law Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Ma- Wan-Da, Sachem. - Skull and Crescent, Tribe of Illini, Fresh- man Football, Varsity Football 123, 133, C43- MARY FRANCES HAI.L ..... Sullivan Home Economics Emera. University Orchestrag Woman's Glee Clubg Home Economics Club. WILLARD S. HALL ..... Macedonia Accountancy LAWRANCE HALPENNY . Charleston, W. Va. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Alpha Alpha. Intercollegiate Flying Club. JAMES COLBURN HAMILTON . . Maywood Law Delta Sigma Lambdag Gamma Eta Gam- mag Scabbard and Blade. Pre-legal Clubg Law Clubg Lieutenant, University Brigade C535 Infantry Rifie Team C53, Captain 163. FREDERICK JosEPIr HAMLIN . . Rockford Accountancy Commerce Clubg Accountancy Club. Beloit College. LEAH AGNES HANCOCK . . Beecher City Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Gregorian Lit- erary Societyg Anonian Literary Societyg W0man's League, Second Council C23, First C0Uncil C433 Y. W. C. A., Cunningham Home Committee 423, Group System Ex- tension Committee C23, Stadium Plus Drive Efgmmittee 123g Sponser Representative' 4 . HOMER HOYER HANNA .... Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Kappag Phi Eta Sigma. U I L 1 x .3 81 CARL HENRY HANNAMAN . . Shelbyville General Business Sigma Mu Sigmag Square and Compass. GLApvs MAE HANSEN ..... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences VIRGINIA KATIIERINE HANSEN Bloomington Floriculture MARTIIA HARKER .... Puryear, Tenn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta. Hockey CI3, C233 Baseball fI3g Stadium Plus Drive 113, C23, C333 Y. W. C. A., Sec- ond Cabinet C23, Doll Show Committee 623g Orange and Blue Feather Organiza- tion Committeeg Homecoming Committee f1l,f2lsf3l,f4i- LEwIs ELWOOD HARI.AND . Western Springs General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon. Skull and Crescent. J. CLAYTON HARMON . . . Bloomington Railway Electrical Engineering CARTER HENRY HARRISON . . Christopher General Business Sigma Nu. DELAVVARE Hrsmuson ..... Chicago General Business Pi Kappa Alphag Delta Sigma Pig Alpha Delta Sigmag Pi Delta Epsilon. Commerce Clubg Illinois Magazine Cir- culation Manager C235 Siren Advertising Manager C33, Business Manager C433 Sta- dium Plus Drive C23. FRED G. HAIQRISCJN ...... Herrin Banking and Finanre Kappa Delta Rho: Square and Compass. Lois M1LDliED HlkRRY . . . Cliampaign Liberal Arts and Seienres Lambda Omega. Stadium Committee CI3, C233 Y.W. C. A. Hospital Committee C43. Clark University. joslcrrr Auvoiux Hrtkl' .... Maywood General Business Theta Delta Chig Delta Sigma Pi. Skull and Crescentg Commerce Clubg Freshman Varsity Golfg Freshman Frolic Committeeg Homecoming Committee C23, 633, C431 D21f1'S Day Committee C23, C335 Sophomore Cotillion Committeeg Junior Prom Committeeg Junior Cap Committeeg Senior Jacket Committeeg Illinois Union Dance Committee C43. OLGA HrXRTMAN ...... Waterloo Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's Athletic Associationg Basket Ball CI3. TROY KICRN HARTNVEI.I. . . East St. Louis Floriculture Pi Alpha Xi. Horticulture Clubg Floriculture Club. RICHARD ELLIS Haswiau. . Pasadena, Cat. Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Delta Sigma Phig Sigma Delta Chig Phi Beta Kappag Eta Beta. Daily Illini Staff C13, C23, C33, C43g Siren Staff C33, C435 Freshman Debating Team. Preliminary Honors. Q l 1 S2 S -Q-' ,lssxxss Eowix HIXTCII ..... Peoria General Business Delta Phig Scabbard and Blade. Lieutenant, University Brigade C33. Cap- tain C33, Lieutenant-Colonel C433 Military Ball Committee C43. Ehllhlli NIARIAN PIATIKORNE . . Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega. Chemistry Clubg Burrill Botany Clubg ,lamesonian Literary Societyg Y, W. C. A. Leaders and Speaker's Committee C33, Fi- nance Drive C33 5 Industrial Committee C43. jour: HENRY Hawkins . . . Collinsville General Biology Hexapoecia. IZVERET1' EDXVIN HAWLEY . . Greenville Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha. Agricultural Clubg Horticulture Club. CxmRLi2s XVILLARD Hlxwonrn . St. Joseph Agriculture Alpha Kappa Lambdag Alpha Tau Alpha. Agricultural Clubg Illinois Agriculturist Staff C23. l.t'ciLi: GnR,u.u1NE HAWORTII . St. Joseph Home Economics Anonian Literary Societyg Home Eco- nomics Clubg Wesley Playersg Hockey C235 Student Welfare Committee C335 Y. W. C. A. Hospital Committee, Finance Drive Committee. MARY FRANCES Hswri-IORNE . . Urbana Physical Education Theta Phi Alpha. I Womau's Athletic Associationg Basketball C23, C339 Baseball C335 Hockey C33. VIRGINIA LEE HAYES . . . Marion, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. GLENN ALLEN HAYGREEN . . Burlington General Business LEoNARn CECIL HEDRICK . . West Salem Architecture Tri-Linkg Architectural Societyg Third Ricker Prize in Architectural History C33. MARGARET HEllSII.ICIIER . . . Champaign Physical Education Alpha Delta Pi. G Shi-ai5 Woman's Athletic Associationg Pan-Hellenic Council C33 5 Hockey CID, 423, C33, C435 Baseball C13, C23 5 Track C13, C273 Hockey Manager C43 5 Sophomore Track Managerg Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Com- mittee CI3, Parties Committee CI3, Qi: Girl Reserve Committee C33, Publicity Committee C335 Homecoming Badge Com- mittee C33 5 Homecoming Decorations Com- mittee C33 5 May Fete Costume Committeeg Spanish Clubg Jamesonian Literary Society. ARNOLD HOPKINS HEINEMAN . . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Ilus5 Pi Tau Sigma5 Theta Tau. A. S. M. E.5 Freshman Varsity Swim- ming5 Sophomore Baseball Managerg Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive C235 Stadium Plus Drive C235 Chorus, "Sin," MURRAX' DI-INZEL HELERICK Chicago Heights Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigmag Phi Delta Epsilon. ALVERDAH DoRo'rIIEA HELLIING . Lake Bluff Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. 5 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive C335 Stadium Plus Committee C235 Senior Invitation Committee5 French Club C23, C33, C43- ' A. l A - I .I V ' ts I. 55. 1-.wi f - I ,, ., . EVIL ..-,, ..--.. -,Ht 'V -f .,,,.. .s,.. .. l.- .V-. .. ... ...U .... . -5, .5 V I... .nies 1. M., lt. 33 . 6 ll C. M.. .s v rl 3 . , . 'J 1Q.' g . I-Z: Vi .F V .tx ' an l 5-...al . .. . ...t.,,...as-,-- ......... .A l.. - .-L'. A 'I 'U KENNETII HE1,11S . . . Wichita, Kansas Architecture Alpha Rho Chig Daubers. Architectural Society5 Illio Art Staff C23 5 Homecoming Street Decorations Committee C335 Arch Fete Poster Committee C23, C33. Bcaux Arts Institute of Design. HIXZEL MAE HER-l1'IIlLI, Center Point, Iowa Liberal Arts and Sciences JGIIN Scorr HEh1PIIII.L .... Benton Mining Engineering Delta Mu Epsilong Scabbard and Blade. Mining Society5 Captain, University Bri- gade C43. CLAIRE HPINDERSON . . . . . . Elgin Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pig Phi Beta Kappa. Preliminary Honors. GEORGE EDXVIN HENDERSON . . Chicago Industrial Administration Pi Kappa Alpha. Society of Industrial Engineersg Cast of "Sin." WILLIAM TRIMIILE HENDERSON . . Urbana Electrical Engineering . Alpha Rho Chi. E. E. S0eiety5 A. I. E. E.5 Business Staff, 1926 Electrical Engineering Show. ERWIN RUIIERT HPINKICL . . Madison, Wis. Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon. GEORGE ERNEST HENNING . . . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. E. ' ARTIIUR LORIN HEPLER .... Streator Chemical Engineering Phi Lambda Upsilon. Chemistry Club. JULIEN OTTO HEPPES .... La Grange General Business Chi Phig Beta Gamma Sigmag Theta Delta Pi. Spanish Clubg Accountancy Clubg For- eign Trade Clubg Basketball 1135 Home- coming Stamp and Badge Committee 1334 Gridgraph Committee 1435 Y. M. C. A. Membership Committee 133 g Student Opera Business Staff. Preliminary Honors. KENNETII RAMSTEN HERSII . . Avilla, Ind. Banking and Finance Accountancy Club. North Western College. RALPII TIIORNILEY HETIIERLIN . . . . . ...... . . Louisiana, Mo. Architectural Engineering ' Gargoyleg Architectural Society. 4 EARL FRANCIS HETTEI ,.... Ottawa Electrical Engineering - Eta Kappa Nu. Electrical Engineering Societyg A. I. E. E.g Engineer Officers' Clubg Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade 133, Captain 143. HOWARD PIARRISON HIATT . New York City General Business Daily Illini Staff 113g Freshman Frolic Committee. 34 ESTIIER ADAMS Hines . . Smithland, Ky. Education Gamma Phi Beta. Stephens College. WAYNE HICKMAN ..... Fairmount Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu. Electrical Engineering Societyg A. I. E.E.g Captain, University Brigade 143. GEORGIANNA HICKS ..... Greenfield Home Economics Home Economics Clubg First and Second Councils, Woman's League 123, 133. MONROE RICHARD HIGGINS . . . Chicago Agriculture Sigma Phi Epsilon. Agricultural Clubg Captain, University Brigade. ROBERT EUGENE HILES . Little Rock, Ark. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.g Engineers' Officers' Clubg Engineers' Rifle Team 123, 1335 Techno- graph Staff 1235 Dixie Club. DOROTIIY IRENE HILI. . .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle. Woman's Cosmopolitan Clubg Spanish Clubg French Clubg Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive 1333 Spanish Play 133. Preliminary Honors. 1 VERNA BEATRICE HIBIES . . . Tower Hill Education Pi Mu Epsilon. Woman's Athletic Associationg Glee Club 1433 Baseball 1235 Track 1235 Basketball 133 9 Woman's Welfare Committee 133,143g May Fete1I3,12,3,133. 1 Preliminary Honors. SAIXI HIRSC1iBERG ..... I . ChicaH0 Industrial Administration l Freshman Varsity Basketball, Captain, University Brigade. Donoruv CAT1rER1NE Hrrcucocx De Kalb Education Emera. ' Y. W. C. A., Cunningham Home Com- mittee, Younger Girls Committeeg Choral Society. Northern Illinois State Teachers' College. HARKER HENRY Hrrrsox Tucumcari, N. M. Electrical Engineering HELEN MARCELLA HOCKMAN . . . Olney Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta. u Choral Societyg Woman's Glee Club5-So- ciology Clubg Gregorian Literary Society. Oxford College. ROBERT BENJAMIN HOFF . .. . . Pekin Law Delta Upsilong Phi Delta Phi. Tu-Masg Freshman Varsity Baseballg Sta- dium Subscription Drive C25 5 Stadium Pay- Up Drive C35. RALPH ORLO HOFFMAN . . Mitchell, S. D. General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon. Dakota Wesleyan University. ROBERT CHARLES HOFFMAN . . . ChicaH0 Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade. A. S. C. E., Siren Business Staff C25, C353 Illinois Union Membership Committee CL5 3 Elections Committee C355 Homecoming Stamp Sales Committee C355 Dad'S Day Accommodations Committee C355 Hobo Parade Committceg Senior Hat Committeeg Student Friendship Drive C353 Bl-ISIUCSS Staff, "Carlotta," "If," "The Hottentotf' ".You and Il'5 Lieutenant Colonel, Univer- sity Brigade C45. 35 CLAUS EDWARD HOGLUND . . . Chicago General Business Crane Junior College. EVELYN HOKE ....... llliopolis Education - Theta Upsilon. Anonian Literary Societyg Jamesonian Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee C35 , Freshman Discussion Leader C35, Life Work Conference Committee C35, Second Cabinet C45. Cape Girardeau Teacher's College. MILDRED GOLDEN HOLLAND . New Holland Home Economics Delta Delta Delta. Home Economics Club. Illinois Woman's College. LESTER EUGENE HOLLOWAY . . . Pontiac Journalism Sigma Pi. Daily Illini Staff C25, C355 Hobo Parade Committee, Homecoming Committeeg Sta- dium Plus Drive Committeeg Cast, "Sin" C355 Pierrots. HARVEY WoR'rH HOI.MBERG . . La Grange General Business Oneoga. Social Chairman, Unit System C35, C455 Mi-Hila Dance Committee C355 Freshman Varsity Baseball. LESLIE ARNOLD HOI,MES . . . Freeport Liberal Arts and Sciences REBECCA NADMI HOI.MES . Lexington, Ky. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega. Indiana Universityg Kentucky State Uni- versity. ELLEN MARGARET HOLTON . Bloomington Home Economics Pi Beta Phi. Shi-Aig Orange Featherg Chairman, Homecoming Programs Committee 1433 Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee 123, 133, Stunt Show Committee 113, 123g Soph- omore Cotillion Committeeg Sophomore Service Committeeg Stadium Plus Drive Committee 1233 Freshman Commissiong Casts, "If," "San Toy," "Red Widow." ROGER EDWARDS HOPKINS . . Niles, Mich. General Business Chi Psig Phi Mu Alphag Delta Sigma Pi. Sinfoniag Commerce Clubg Enterpriser Staff 123g Concert Band 113, 123, 133, 143g University Orchestra 123, 133, 143 5 Stadium Pay-Up Committeeg Illini Chamber of Commerce. EDWARD WILBUR HDPPING . . Glen Ellyn Athletic Coaching MARS MILTON HORNISH . . Washington Agricultural Engineering Sigma Phi Sigma. Agricultural Clubg A. S. A. E. CHARLOTTE HDRWEEN .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi. Jamesonian Literary Societyg Program Committee, Y. W. C. A. JEROME JULIEN HORWITZ . . Chicago A Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau. Illinois Magazine Staff 113. MARGARET JANE HOSKIN .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta. Woman's League Dance Committee 113, "Mum" Committee 133 5 Y. W. C. A. Mem- bership Drive Committee 123 5 Stadium Plus Drive 133. gt 1 . I86l ROBERT N. HosKINs ..... Bethany Athletic Coaching PAUL VITT Houou .... Sedalia, Mo. General Business Freshman Varsity Baseballg Enterpriser Editorial Staff 143. ETIIEI. BEATRICE Houcmuvr . . Bellflower Education BYRON ORvIL HOUSE .... Nashville Law Pi Kappa Phig Phi Alpha Delta. Law Clubg Sophomore Cotillion Com- mitteeg Stadium Plus Drive 123. NELLIE MARIE HOWELL .... Arthur Home Economics Kappa Delta Pig Omicron Nu. Home Economics Club. De Pauw University. LEWIS STANLEY HUBER .... Chicago Mechanical Engineering Beta Lambda. JAMES MICIIAEI. HUCK .... Chicago Banking and Finance Phi Kappa. Newman Clubg El Circulo de Espanolg Commerce Clubg Homecoming Information Committee C373 Dad's Day Information Committee 133. ANITA Mui: Hucxan ..... Anti0Cll 'Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Taug Theta Sigma Phi? Mortar Board. Anonian Literary Societyg Spanish Clubi Woman's Athletic Associationg Daily Illini Staff C13, C23, junior Assistant C339'Th1rd Stadium Plus Drive Committeeg Chairman, May Fete Publicity Committee C231 C335 Senior Cap and Gown Committee. TIIELNIA BERNICE HIIDDLESTIYN Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circleg Iota Sigma Pi. NAT1-rAN1E1.W1i.L1AM HI'DSON . . Dawville Law Law Club. Wilberforce University. Prrviils M.XRY I'IUC-HES .... Chicago Education Gamma Theta Pi. Newman Club. RUssnLL R. HUGHES ..... Harvey General Business Psi Upsilon. .Commerce Clubg Sophomore Cap Com- mltteeg Homecoming Committee C33 g Dad's Day Committee C333 Union Dance Com- mittee C433 Senior Invitations Committeeg Assistant Business Manager, Illinois Maga- zine C233 Assistant Cheerleader C33, Varsity Efhjeerleader C435 Editor, The Enterpriser 4 . SHERMAN Kr:Lso HUGHES . . Champaign Law Delta Tau Deltag Gamma Eta Gamma- 'I'1roM,xs K1-:NDRICK HULL . . . Wllfffll0t1 Mechanical Iingineering Theta Upsilon Omegag Scabbard and Blade. Intercollegiate Flying Clubg Adelphic Literary Societyg Technograph Staff C23. I 83: Ly K. .- .,.t,. ....., A ,'-- En- ff f l 37 LANSING DE Fonasr HUNT . . De Kalb Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Tau Beta. Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Golfg Varsity Golf C23, C33, C43. Northwestern University. W11.LmM Louie HUNT . . Sardis, Miss. Railway Engineering Beta Lambclag Sigma Taug Sigma Ep- silon. C Railway Clubg Railway Associationg A. S. . E. Mississippi A. and M. College. C,xT1r1cmNiaARi.1NE HURQN . . . Mattoon General Business Alpha Gamma Delta. Commercia C23, C335 Enterpriser Staff C43g Woman's Rifie Team C23, C333 Illio Business Staff C33g Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee C23, Extension Committee C434 Stadium Drive Committee C:3. KENNETH WILMER HURST . . . La Salle Accountancy Accountancy Clubg Captain. University Brigade. GEORGE Josr-:PH HURw1Tz . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences STEWART CLARK Hussey .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences University Orchestra. Jicfxxxrzrrrz Husrno ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega. De Kalb Normal School. KATIIARINE AMANDA HUTCHINS . Freeport Liberal Arts and Sciences Jamesonian Literary Society, Anonian Literary Society, Spanish Club, Y. W. C. A. House Committee C35, Second Cabinet C45, Leader, Freshman Discussion Group C45 , First and Second Councils, Woman'S League C3J, C45. H , Northwestern University. THOMAS JOSEPH HYNDS .... Morris Industrial Administration Phi Kappa, Theta Tau. Newman Club, S. I. E., Technograph Staff CI5, C25, Union Gridgraph Committee C25 , Engineer's Day Float Committee C25 , Cast, "CarIotta." WII.I.IAM Coy INGRAM . . . Kinmundy Law Phi Alpha Delta, Scabbard and Blade. Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade C45- FRANCES EITHEL IRISH . . Blandinsville Liberal Arts and Sciences FRANCIS WILBUR ITTNER . St. Louis, Mo. General Business Lambda Chi Alpha. - Geneva Club C25. PAUL ERNEST J ACK ...... Normal Agricultural Education BEULAH BLANCIIE JACKS . . . Carthage Liberal Arts and Sciences Carthage College. F ,Ir Fi 88 CHESTER OSCAR JACKSON . . . De Kalb Athletic Coaching Tau Delta Tau, Square and Compass, Sigma Delta Sigma, Delta Theta Epsilon. Concert Band C25, C35, C45. HENRY FRANCIS JACOBS . . . . .Lima Accountancy Square and Compass. RUBY BEATRICE J ACOBSON M ilwaukee, Wis. Education Alpha Epsilon Phi. Life Saving Corps, Baseball C35, Wo- man'S Athletic Association, Life Saving Club, French Club. ALICE M. JAcoBv ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. Poster Committee C35, C45. Northwestern University. HERBERT J AY ....... Steeleville Education Concert Band C35, C45. CIIARLES NEI.SON J ENRS ..... Paris Athletic Coaching Delta Sigma Phi. Varsity Football C25, C35, C45, Tribe oi Illini. KENNETH DICKSON JENNINGS . Champaign Architectural Engineering VALENTINE JOBST ....... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pig Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Beta Kappa. Skull and Crescentg Le Cercle Francaisg Freshman Frolic Committee. SHERRV JOIINS ....... Decatur Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilong Theta Tau. Homecoming Committee 135. DONALD RICHARD JOHNSON . Morrison-ville Accountancy 'Kappa Tau Beta, Beta Alpha Psig Delta Slgma Pi. Accountancy Club, University Band, In- terfraternity Council. ELLA MtXRJORlE JOHNSON .... 4 shland Liberal Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. Senior Girls Reserves 145. Illinois College. HORACE MERRlI.L JOHNSON . . . . - - ....... Swarthmore, Penn. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon. Tribe of Illinig Dolphins, A. S. M. Freshman Varsity Swimmingg Varsity Swimming 125, 135. LAURENCE EDWARD JOHNSON . . Tuscola Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Pi Upsilon. , Illinois Chemist Staff 125, 1359 Captain, University Brigade 135. LLOYD E. JOHNSON ...... Elgin General Business Chi Beta. University Glee Club. Elgin Junior College. 'fe I ' . ,mill I if aa? as sri' 'vl . 6.5 .l It . Ugg ' 1 -ACN: 1 , s3....Q,, . 1 ' ,Lf - 'Vigil' f' 4 .J 3 I h L25 ye! ' 1 I H . , ' 1 1 E89 ROBERT WVILLIAIKI JOHNSON . . . Danville Law Alpha Delta Phig Phi Delta Phi. Wabash College. Sx'LvEs'rER HIRAINI JOHNSON . . Plymouth Business Administration Alpha Sigma Tau. Carthage College. CHARLES RALI-II JOHNSTON . . Chicago Law Phi Delta Phi. Tribe of Illinig Pre-Legal Clubg Law Clubg Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Cross Country Team 135, 145, 1555 Varsity Track Team 145, 155. FRANCES ELIZABETH JOHNSTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remington, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Western College. MERRILL HEARST JOHNSTON . . Pittsfield Law Theta Alpha. ODIEN KURTZ JOHNSTON Rocky Ford, Colo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta. Pierrotsg Art Staff, Siren 1I5, 125, 135, 145g Lieutenant, University Brigade 125, Captain 135. EDWIN WILLIAM JOKISCH, JR. . . Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi. James Millikin University. META GEURGIA Joi.i.x' . . . Champaign Educationg Journalism Bethany Circleg Theta Sigma Phi. Alethenai Literary Society5 Poetry So- cietyg Le Cercle Francaisg Geneva Club5 Daily Illini Staff C135 C235 C333 Summer Illini Staff C23, C33 5 Editorial Assistant Illi- nois Magazine C235 Editor, "The Rendez- vous" Annual C335 Chairman, Freshman Education Committee5 Big Sister Com- mitteeg Vocational Guidance Committee5 Y. W. C. A. Bible Study Committee, World Fellowship Committee, Freshman Discus- sion Leader. ARGYLE ,loxizs ........ Galva Liberal Arts and Sciences .Kappa Tau Beta. University oi Tennessee5 James Millikin University. BLYTHE RANno1.PH JoNEs Petersburg, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Acacia. Captain, University Brigade C435 Field Artillery Officers' Club. GOMER BEAM: Joxrzs ...... Egan General Business Pierrotsg Chorus, "Carlotta"5 Cast, "We Are Seven." Hucu EMLVN ,loses ..... Chenoa General Business Sigma Pi. Skull and Crescent5 Pierrots5 Cast of "Sin." Hiuuus WILl,lAM JONES . . .lolznston City Journalism Pi Kappa Phi. Interfraternity Councilg Daily Illini Staff C235 Gridgraph Publicity Committee C235 Dad's Day Program Committee C33 5 Home- coming Committee C335 Senior Hat Com- mitteeg Cast, t'Robin Hood." INGRAM JONES ....... Chicago Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society5 1926 Elec- trical Engineering Show. '33 1 s l i Y- - ww- --4' r X HH ,ef Q0 l j. Bicxrox loses ...... Danville Civil Engineering ,lasuzs EDWARD ,loses .... Carthage Law Sigma Mu Sigma5 Phi Delta Phi. Square and Compassg Concert Band C23, C335 C435 Editor Illinois Law Review. Aunam' MAE JORDAN .... Robinson Education Pi Delta Phi. Women's Glce Club. Illinois Woman's College. Vicroa james juusox . . . Bristol, Ind. Agriculture Sigma Phi Sigmag Alpha Zeta. Horticulture Clubg Agricultural Club: Stadium Plus Drive C235 Peanut Banquet Committee C435 Cast, "Sin." joux HARTMAN JUNKENS . . . Homer Farm Organization and Management Agricultural Club5 Hoof and Horn Club. Mvkox Cimnuzs Kauai. . . . . Moro Agriculture Second Regimental Bandg Agricultural Club. - Rvnoteir HORNADAY KAGEY . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon5 Sigma Delta Chi5 Sigma Upsilon5 Sachem5 Blue Pencil. I Dany Illini Staff C1 3, C2 3 , Literary Editor C33. Editorial Board C433 Illinois M3-tlilllllc Staff Cr3, C23, Editor CQJQ Siren Staff CI3. C23. C335 Editor C43. JAMES HCJNW'ARlJ KAIILERT . . . Carlyle Libcral Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Lambda. University Glee Clubg Sociological Clubg Y. M. C. A. Board of Directors, Cabinet, Dffputation Committee, Chairman Member- ship Committee, Finance Team Captain Czj, CSi, C433 McKinley Council. EDWARD J. KAI.I.INA . . Garwood, Texas Education Slilma Phi Sigma. ALFRED KAIu1NsKI ...... Chicago Athletic Coaching Cavalry Brigade Ritle Team Czj, C335 University Rifle Team C2J, C3J, Captain Citlg Staff Military Journal C35 3 University Rifle Champion C333 Captain, University Brigade C37- CATIIERINE MAIQY KANE . . Champaign Education Choral Societyg Burill Botany Clubg W0man's Athletic Associationg Basketball C359 Baseball C3D. CIIUNG Ho KANG . . . Honolulu, Hawaii Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. ARTHUR STANLEY KAUFMAN Seymour, lnrl. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau. Illini Staff Cel, ADELBERT CLAUDE KEELEY . . Rock Island General Business I GEoRoE FREDRICK KEEN . Kendallville, Ind. Accountancy Theta Alpha. MARIPI KEERAN ....... Toledo Education MARTIN YVILLIAM KEHART .... Benld Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. RAIXLONA PAARMANN KEITH Davenport, Ia. Liberal Arts and Sciences University of Iowa. RAY DAVIS KELL ..... Gary, Ind. Electrical Engineering Beta Kappag Pi Mu Epsilon. E. E. S.g Track CIJ, C2J. DOROIIIY VIRGINIA KELLY . . . Vandalia Liberal Arts and Sciences TIIOISIAS GORDON KELLY, JR. Rushville, Ind. ' Industrial Administration Sigma Chig Band of X. Commerce Clubg Daily Illini Business Staff C155 Sophomore Cotillion Committeeg Junior Prom Committeeg Homecoming Ac- commodations Committee C335 Senior Cap and Gown Committeeg Vice-President, Illi- nois Union C4J. WENDELL W. KEMP ..... Wenona Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rhog Scabbard and Blade. Agricultural Clubg Engineer Off1cer's Clubg Second Lieutenant, University Bri- gade C25, Captain C35- STEPIIEN JOHN KENNEDY . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Scabbard and Blade. I Philomathean Literary Societyg Lieuten- ant, University Brigade C35, Major C45. WII,LIAM CARSON KENNEDY . . La Grange General Business Phi Kappa Psi. Skull and Crescentg Tu-Masg Football CI5, C35, C453 Homecoming Committee. HAROLD EUGENE KENNEY . . . Lada General Business Beta Lambdag Band of X. Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Wres- tlingg Varsity Wrestling C25, C45, Captain 435. JOHN JGSEPII KERWIN ..... Joliel Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. JOHN MCFARLAND KEYSER . . Ml. Carmel General Business Phi Kappag' Alpha Delta Sigma. Skull and Crescentg Commerce Clubg Sophomore Cotillion Committeeg Junior Prom Committecg Homecoming Decora- tions Committee C35 3 Chairman Dad's Day Accommodations Committee C355 Senior Hat Committeeg Chairman Union Summer Dance Committee C353 Business Staff "Red Flamingo", Illinois Union Cabinet C45. JOHN TIIoMAs KIERAN . . . . Danville Journalism Notre Dame University. -l Q2 MARY CECILIA KIMEER .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Alpha Chi. Gregorian Literary Societyg Anonian Lit- erary Soeietyg Inter-Literary Publication Boardg Daily Illini Editorial Staff C35, Business Staff C45 5 Business Staff, Illio C35 3 Y. W. C. A. Poor Farm Committee C355 Siren Business Staff C455 Senior Breakfast Committeeg Senior Informal Committee, Inter-Literary Council C35, C45g Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive C35. Goucher College. LUCINDA ALICE KIMMEL . . Lawrenceville Home Economics Lambda Omegag Bethany Circle 3 Omicron Nu. Gregorian Literary Society, Home Eco- nomics Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Hospital Com- mitteeg Cunningham Home Committee. WILLIANI DEAN KIMMEL . . . Duquoin Ceramic Engineering Phi Delta Thetag Theta Taug Keramos. S. B, A. C. S.g Daily Illini Staff CI5. AGATHA C. KINDER . . . Lawrenceville Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Mu Epsilong Lambda Omega. O'rTo LARUE KING ..... Riverton Civil Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma. Square and Compassg A. S. C. E. WILERED TIIoMAs KING . Memphis, Tenn. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Tau. E. E. Societyg A. I. E. E.g E. E. Show Executive Committee C45. University of Tennessee. CHARLES R. KINISON .... Mt. Vernon Industrial Education DAN CIIAPIN KINSEY . . St. Louis, Mo. Athletic Coaching Ma-Wan-Da. . C 'fribe of Illini, Track 123, 133, Captain 4 E1,IzAnE'r1I EDYTHE KINSEY . . McLean Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta. Hockey 1I35 Daily Illini Staff 1I3, 123, 133 3 Homecoming Program Committee 123 3 Homecoming Advertising Committee 1339 Yi- W. C. A. Stunt Show Committee 1235 Finance Drive 1235 Doll Show Committee 11.3, Party Committee 133, Recreation Com- mlttec 113 3 Womanls League Election Com- mlttce 133, Finance Committee 133. DONALD B. KIRSCII ...... Chicago Journalism Phi Pi Phi. ,Daily Illini Staff 123, News Editor, As- sistant Sports Editor 1335 Illinois Union RCI-Zlstration and Membership Committee, Inf0Qmation Committee, 1135 Intramural Publicity Committee 133. VELMA IRENE KITCIIELL . . Morrisonville Music Sigma Alpha Iota. University Choral Society 143. MANUEL CECIL KITE ..... Chicago General Business Phi Epsilon Pi. Freshman Varsity Trackg Homecoming Cvmmittee 123, 1335 Homecoming Stunt Sh0W 'Committee 1135 Freshman Smoker C0mmlttee 5 Sophomore Smoker Committec5 Shan Kive 113, HAROLD IRVING KLIVANS Youngstown, Ohio Commerce and Law Phi Epsilon Pi. Illio Staff1r3,123, RiKLPII H. KLOPPENBURG . Davenport, Ia. Architecture Chi Sigmag Scarab. Architectural Society5 B. A. I. D.g Archi- tectural Year Bookg Homecoming Decora- tions Committee 143. 95 LENA KLOW ...,.... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences MILTON HIKRRY KLUTE . . . . Chester Accountancy Concert Band 133, 143. KATIIERINE M. KNARR . . Buffalo, N. Y. Liberal Arts and Sciences Bowling 113, 1335 Woman's League So- cial Committee 1435 W. G. S. Social Com- mittee 123, 133, Chairman 1435 W. G. S. Cabinet 1435 Woman's League First Coun- cil 133, 1435 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive 123, 1335 Woman's Welfare Committee 143. I MABLE WINIFRED KNAUER . . . DuQuoin Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa. HAROLD CARL KNIEBUSCII . Madison, Wis. Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi. Homecoming Decorations Committeeg Junior Cheerleader. HELEN BERNICE KNIGHT .... Chicago Physical Education Track 1335 Basketball 1335 Hockey 1435 Cast, "Red Widow," "Oh Boy," "Robin Hood." PAUL DEMPCY KNIGIIT . . Urbana, Ohio Education Alpha Kappa Lambdag Sigma Delta Sigma5 Phi Delta Kappa. Wesley Players. FRANCES MARY KNIRP ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. Woman's Athletic Associationg Bowling CI3, C23, C335 Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet 433, Q43- LEo J osEPH Kocu ,..... Chicago V Chemical Engineering ROBERT WALTER Koen .... Belvidere General Business Kappa Tau Betag Delta Sigma Pi. Lieutenant, University Brigade C335 Cap- tain C43g Illinois Union Reception Commit- tee C23 5 Dad's Day Information Committee C33 9 Special Union Elections Committee C335 Senior Hat Committee C435 Y. M. C. A. Drive C43. EDWARD FRANK KOEPKE .... Chicago General Business Theta Alpha. Accountancy Clubg German Clubg Varsity Bowling Team C43. CARROL JOSEPH KOHNER . St. Louis, Mo. Commerce and Law Sigma Alpha Mu. University Orchestra. Washington University. MAURICE GEORGE KOPPEL . . . Chicago Architectural Engineering WILI.IAM PUNTENNEY KRAMER .... . . . . . . . . . . Rushville, Ind. Architecture Theta Delta Chig Scarabg Daubersg Gar- goyle. . Architectural Societyg Architectural Year Book Staff C33, Editor C43g Architectural Fete Decorations Committeeg B. A. I. D. ERNEST Orro KRELL .... Springfield Electrical Engineering Pi Mu Epsilon. E. E. Society. GENEVIEVE KROEPEL ...... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega. Bradley College. T. CAROLYN KRows .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences CHENG LIEH KUAN . . . Mukden, China Civil Engineering Chinese Students' Club. ' A. S. C. E. - NORMA ANNA KUCHMAN .... Quincy , Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma' Kappa. ROYAL H. KUEHNEL ..... Chicago General Business Acaciag Delta Sigma Pi. Skull and Crescentg Square and Compassg Homecoming Committee C13, C23, C33, C43 3 Dad's Day Committee C23, C33 3 Homecom- ing Stunt Show Committee C23, C335 Illi- nois Union Dance Committee C435 Soph- omore Cotillion Committeeg Junior Prom Committeeg Post Exam Jubilee Committee C2D, C33- RITA MAE KUHN ...... Streflwf Liberal Arts and Sciences james Millikin University. G MARGARET MAT1i.uA Kuuxic . . Rantoltl Liberal Artx and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta. Illiola Literary Society. Illinois Women's College. HENRvI.AwkENc1a KUNZ . . . Springfield Electrical Engineering Cllilectrical Engineering Societyg Railway um. Norm.-xx XVILLIAM Kunz . . . Chicago Accountancy -Lieutenant, University Brigade Czl. Cap- tain Cal. .lfuuizs WILLIANI LAIBL . . . . Cicero Electrical Engineering I.i:s1.iE KElCI.EX' LAIRD I . . . Watseka Commerce University Band CID, C2D. Ei,1zAeEru ANN LAIST . . . Chicattf' Education 4 Delta Gamma. , , Sthlllgfomz-1n's Athletic Associationg Daily Illml Beloit College. Mimv ELIZABETH LAMmaRT . . Maywood Physical Education Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Sigma Nu.. Shi-Aig Woman's Athletic Associationg Hockey Czj, C335 Track C235 Swimming C275 Life Saving Clubg Track Manager C335 Publicity Manager, Woman's Athletic As- sociation C3D 9 Health Week Committee Czl, 4375 Dad's Day Committee C315 H0m0' coming Finance Committee C435 Y. W- C. A. Finance Committee C373 May F810 Committee C3Jg Class Secretary Cil. A, i. l I 'S' v K' Q urs' go' l l L i. A 95 EDXVARD E. LAMP .... Rock Island Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Beta Kappa, Mu San. Esrimn N1cLsoN LAM1-ERT . . Forest Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Loeixx LAND ........ lipworth Journalism Beta Lambda. Cavalry Ofiicers' Clubg Captain, Univer- sity Brigadeg Daily Illini Staff Cel. Hmuw IVAN LANooN . . . . Rio Agriculture Farm Houseg Alpha Zeta. Dairy Clubg Agricultural Clubg Illinois Agriculturist Staff CU, C2J. M1LoREnANNA LANDWEIIR . Northbrook Education University Choral Society. ,lamizs Rifssizu. LANE ..... Crete Athletic Coaching Sigma Upsilong Pi Epsilon Delta, Theta Alpha Phig Phi Delta Gamma. Chairman, Homecoming Stunt Show Committeeg Mask and Baubleg Pierrotsg Theatre Guild, Manager,"Outward Bound"g Cast, "If," "Carlotta," "You and I," "Sin," "The Goose Hangs High," "Oh Boy," "Robin Hood," "Outward Bound"g Fresh- man Varsity Footballg Glee Club CIl,f2l, C3l. LUCY JANE LANG ..... Roseville Home Ecouomicx Home Economics Club. Illinois Woman's College. VIOLA GLADYS LANG . . . . . Chicago Journalism Alpha Epsilon Phi5 Mortar Boardg Theta Sigma Phi5 Blue Pencil. Alethenai Literary Society5 Jamesonian Literary Society5 Le Ccrcle Francaisg Daily Illini Staff C15, C25, Junior Assistant C35, Literary Staff C455 Illinois Magazine, Edi- torial Staff C25, Assistant Editor C455 Illio Staff C25 5 Siren Staff C355 Homecoming Committee C25, C35, C455 Y. W. C.A. Stunt Show Committee C25, C45, Publicity Com- mittee C25 5 Dad's Day Committee C25, C45 5 Freshman Frolic Committee5 Big Sister Committee C25, C355 Freshman Class Sec- retary. WILI.IAM JosEPII LANG .... Chicago General Engineering Phi Pi Phi. Lieutenant, University Brigade C25, Cap- tain C355 Cavalry Officers' Club. FRANCES WII.I.ARD LANQUIST . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Gregorian Literary Society. University of Chicago. KATHRYN ANN LANTZ .... Rushville Education Western State Normal. ANDREW LARsoN . . Hult Habel, Sweden Landscape Architecture Sigma Mu Sigma5 Phi Kappa Epsilon. Square and Compass5 Landscape Club. LESLIE L. LARsoN ...... Chicago Pre-Medical Beta Psi. WILLIAM CARL LAUER . . Roanoke, Ind. Banking and Finance Phi Nu Beta5 Alpha Delta Sigma5 Seab- bard and Blade. Varsity Track C255 Cross Country C455 Y. M. C. A. Meetings Committee, Cabinet C255 Homecoming Accommodations Com- mittee C355 Lieutenant, University Brigade C35, Captain C35, Lieutenant Colonel C455 Cavalry Officers' Club. H "5 f- A .3 ,gp 4 lx- f 5 f.-:ei ' sf-M --.4 96 Q DoNALn LAINIPTON LAURITSEN . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Daily Illini Staff C25. HELEN ELIZABETH LAVENDER . Rock Island Liberal Arts and Sciences Augustana College. GLENN CLINE LAw . . . Cairo, W. Va. Athletic Coaching Tau Delta Tau5 Delta Theta Epsilon. Varsity Wrestling C35, C455 Square and Compass. JOHN WILLIAM LAWRENCE Terre Haute,Ind. Pre-Medic Omega Beta Pi. DUFE BERTRAISI LAYNE . . . Centralia General Business ARTHUR E. LEAHY ..... Chicago Athletic Coaching Phi, Kappa Tau. Pierrots5 Freshman Varsity Baseballg Freshman Varsity Golig Illinois Union Dance Committeeg Cast, "Carlotta," "Oh Boy." FRANK SPELLMAN LEAIIY . . . Chicago Commerce and Law Phi Kappa Tau 5 Phi Delta Phi5 Beta Gamma Sigma. Commerce Club5 Law Club5 Illini Cham- ber of Commerce5 Captain, University Bri- gade C355 Field Artillery Officers' Clubg Chairman Homecoming Committee C455 Homecoming Stamp Committee C255 C355 Homecoming Badge Committee C35 5 Illinois Union Membership Drive Committee C355 Stadium Drive C255 Stadium Pay-Up Drive C355 Intercollegiate Debate C35. Preliminary Honors. ' VIVIAN ALINE LEASURE . . . Champaign Commercial Teachers and General Business Bethany Circle. Woman's Glee Club, Commerciag Near East Relief Committee 113, OLIVER DITTMER LEE . . . Niles, Mich. Athletic Coaching FRANCIS ELLSYVORTII LEIB . . Springfield Electrical Engineering T Phi Kappa Sigma, Eta Kappa Nug Theta au. Tumasg Pierrotsg Electrical Engineering Society, American Institute of Electrical EUHIUCCPSQ Union Elections Committeeg Homecoming Alumni Reunion Committee: Froductlon Staff, "The Goose Hangs High," Carlotta." WILLIS JAY LEIGIITI' . . . Lawrenceville Agriculture Phi Eta Sigma. Agricultural Club. YUEY LEN ........ Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Epsilon. FERROL FRANZLAU LESEMAN . . Nashville Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega. James Millikin University. ESTIIER BURNETT LEVINGS .... Paris Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Choral Club 133, 143. Wheaton College. W F 1-ill ei ' 6- WEA n . ' an 'I 97 AX if MARX'IN C. LEVSEN . . . Wyoming, Iowa Law Sigma Chig Phi Delta Phi, Iowa State College. OSCAR CIIARLES LEVY . ' .... Chicago Electrical Engineering Tau Delta Phi. E. E. Societyg Freshman Varsity Trackg Chief Engineer, Electrical Engineering Show C43- RUTII MARION LEW . . . Beloit, Wis. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi. Orange Feather, Hockey 1I3, 123g Base- ball 113. JosEP1I THOMAS LEWIS . . . Oak Park Banking and Finance Phi Pi Phig Sachemg Band of X. Dolphins, Athletic Board of Control 143 5 Sophomore Intramural Manager, Junior Intramural Manager, Interscholastic Man- ager 143, Manager of Swimming Teams 123, 133, 1435 Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive Committee 123, 133, 143, Dance Supervision Committee 143. KERMI1' CI-IASE Lxcrxrv . . . Zion City General Business University Band 113, 123, 133, 143. JAMES EDWARD LILL . . Los Angeles, Cal. Architectural Engineering Gargoyle. PAUL B. N. LINI: . . . . Chicago Law Gamma Eta Gamma. Philomathean Literary Societyg Law Clubg Pre-Legal Clubg Illinois Law Review Staff. LYDIA MARGEI.lNE LINDBERG . . Do Kalb Home Economics Kappa Kappa Gamma. Woman's Glee Club. RUTH Lixnizn ..... . .llattaon Education FRA::cEs L. L1Nm.Ev . . . West York Education Daily Illini Staff 125, 1355 Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee 1159 Chairman, Public- ity Committee Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show 1354 V. W. C. A. Parties Committee 145. H. RUTH LIXDLEV ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu. Alethenai Literary Societyg Choral So- cictyg Burrill Botany Clubg Hockey C255 Woman's Fellowship Committee 125, 1353 Homecoming Accommodations Committee 135, 1459 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Com- mittee 125, 135. CHARLES TERRY LINDNER .... -luburn Law Theta Alphag Phi Alpha Deltag Kappa Phi Sigmag Scabbard and Blade. Law Clubg Editor, Illinois Law Review 135, 1455 Sophomore Interscholastic Man- agerg Junior Cap Committecg Senior Breakfast Committceg Military Ball Com- mittee 145g Stadium Plus Driveg Stadium Pay-Up Driveg Near-East Relief Driveg Lieutenant, University Brigade 135, Lieu- tenant Colonel 145. NIILDRED GRACE LINGENFELTER . . . . . . . . . . L . . Lawrenceville Education Delta Zetag Pi Mu Epsilon.- Woman's League Orchestra 135. LESTER LINQUIST ...... Chicago Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. 98 GRACE Avis LIVINGSTON .... . . . . . . . . . New Richmond, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Emera. - George Washington University. SAMUEL WILSON LIVINGSTON .... . . . . . . . New Richmond, Ind. Industrial Administration Sigma Mu Sigmag Square and Compass. AMY MARIE LonsTE1N .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences University of Wisconsin. HOWARD CATTRoN LocxE . . . Fairview Agriculture Agricultural Clubg A. S. A. E. T11oMAs HARRISON LOGAN . . Bethany Commerce Kappa Delta Rho. WII.BUR NELSON Loxo . . Carthage Law Delta Theta Phi. HELEN Loxcnoxs ...... Marion Music Sigma Alpha Iotag Mu Kappa Alpha. ' Woman's Glee Club. Preliminary Honors. MARY LoU1sE LONGSTREET Mansaeld, PU- Education Presbyterian Hall. Dickinson College. PIrYI.I.Is CELI,EsT1NE Lorz . . LockP0"l Landscape Architecture Beta Phi Alphag Alpha Alpha Gamma.- Landscape Club5 Pan-Hellenic Council 1435 Woman's Rifle Team 123, C339 Y- C. A. Doll show Committee 133: Arch'- tectural Service Bureau 143. ADAM. W1XX'NE LOVE .... Slzelb3"Ui1lf' General Business Chi Phi5 Delta Sigma Pi. ' . Sophomore Baseball Managcrg Stadium Plus Drive 123 5 Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive 123, Relief Fund Drive 123. HPIRBICIIT BYRON LOWE .... Dewlflf Accountancy University Band 113, 123, 133, C455 AC' countancy Club. LAURA FoI.EY LUCKEY . . . Pvlvmflf Home Economics .TOIIN SAAIUEL LUDLAM . Knoxville, Pa- Athletic Coaching Sigma Pi. Freshman Baseball. Pennsylvania State College. JOIIN FREDERICK LUIIRS . l. - Quincy Mechanical Engineering Alpha Delta Phig Sigma Tau. Mask and Baubleg Cast. "IW "YOU and I," "Outward Bouncl"5 General ManH1Z0l'y "We Are Seven." s ' -f -. 1-' :pr I i 'did j , . . . I lux " , -.3 Q.. V ,. - ey, 1 P . Q .s-1:35 ' . :r '- . ,f "I, 5.f' a av . .6 3 I I , F. i I-'Q ', I . 4 N A . 1. I l . 1991 JULIA MARGARET LUNDSTROIKI . Sterling Liberal Arts and Sciences Augustana College. Hl'2l.EN:X MARIE LUTIIER . . . Dundee Liberal Arts and Sciences Basketball 123. 1333 First and Second Council. Woman's League 1235 Woman's Group System Organizer. Elgin Junior College. JOHN GEORGE LYNCII .... Chicago General Engineering Tau Beta Pig Phi Alpha Lambda. Preliminary Honors. XVAYNE EDWIN LYNCH .... Tonica Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Sigma5 Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nu5 Pi Mu Epsilong Phi Eta Sigma5 Beta Eta Gamma5 Theta Tau. E. E. Society5 Business Manager, E. E. Show 1435 Engineering Council 133. Preliminary Honors. Ross COOPER LYONS . . . Champaign Athletic Coaching JAMES SIMPSON MCANUI.TY . . Chicago General Business Chi Beta. Pierrotsg Enterpriser Staff 123, 1335 Dad's Day Entertainment Committee 1435 Mother's Day Committee 1335 Captain, University Brigade 143. MARX' JANE MCBRIAN . Mount Vernon Home .Economics GEORGE ARTHUR MCCAMINION Springfield General Engineering Delta Phi. MARION BRENNAN MCCARTI'IY . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Phi Alpha. Newman Clubg Orange and Blue Feath- ersg Daily Illini Staff C13, C23, C335 Wo- man's Welfare Committee C13, C23, C333 Chairman Homecoming Mum Committee C433 Womanls Chairman, Dad's Day Com- mittee C43 Q Honorary Student Colonel, University Brigade C43 g Junior Prom Com- mitteeg All-University Woman's Party Committee C23 5 Stadium Drive C13g Chair- man Freshman Pledge Day Ceremony Com- mittee C233 "San Toy" Program Committee C235 Chairman, "Oh Boy" Publicity Com- mittee C33g Woman's Welfare Ways and Means Committee C33 5 Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil C33, C43 g First Council, Woman's League C33, C43 3 High School Conference Informa- tion Committee C33 9 Orange and Blue Feather Booster Committee C13g May Fete C33- DORIS HELEN MCCAULEY . . Hoopeston Education ELEANOR LINDSAY MCCAULEY . Hoopeston Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega. RILEY MCCLAIN ...... Metcalfe Commerce and Law Phi Alpha Deltag Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Alpha Alpha. Field Artillery Officers Clubg Major, Uni- versity Brigade C439 Field Artillery Pistol Team C33. Preliminary Honors. GRACE LEE MCCLELLAND . . Champaign Liberal Arts, and Sciences Woman's Athletic Associationg Hockey C33. ' VERA KATIIRYN MCCOMDS . . . Ottawa Liberal Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. First Cabinet C33, C43. I lrooj RUTH MCCONKEY .... Farmer City Liberal Arts and Sciences EVERETT JACOB MCCONNELL . . Herrick Agriculture Farm Houseg Alpha Zeta. NORLIAN DAVID MCCOY . . Blue Mound Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho. Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Club. LEONARD JAMES MCCRACKEN . Greenville Athletic Coaching AARON FRANK MCCRORY . . Metropolis Electrical Engineering Ma-Wan-Dag Scabbard and Blade. Student Councilg E. E. Societyg A. I. E. E.g Captain, University Brigade C33, Colonel C43 9 Cavalry Officerls Clubg Chair- man Military Ball Committeeg Cavalry Rifle Team C13, C23, C33. HILMA M. MCCUE .... ' Springheld Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's Athletic Associationg Woman's Welfare Committee C43g Student Relief Drive Committee C335 Y. W. C. A. Endow- ment Committee C23, Finance Drive Com- mittee Cr3g Chairman Arrangements Com- mittee, "Robin Hoodf' JAMES HOWARD IVICCULLOUGII, JR. . . ...........Champaign Mechanical Engineering A. S, M. E. CAROLINE MCDAVITT ..... Quincy Education Alpha Xi Delta. Pan-Hellenic Councilg First Council, Wo- man's League, Social Committee, Woman's Welfare Committee5 Stadium Committee CI3, C23, C335 Y. W. C. A. Finance Com- mitteeg Senior Informal Committeeg Track CI3, C235 Bowling C335 Cast, "San Toy," "Boomerang" BERNARD ALEXANDER MCDONAl.D . . . . . . . . . . . Menominee, Mich. Athletic Coaching Tribe of Illini5 Gym Team C23, C3l, Captain C435 Sophomore Cap Committee, JOHN BOWEN MCDONNELI, . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences YVILLIAM Scorr McDowELL Bloomingffttl Law Theta Chig Phi Delta Phi. HLVGII ADDISON MCEDWARIJS . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta. n Illio Staff C13, C235 Dad's Day FIUHDCC Committee. GEORGE BOYVIE NICELDONVNEY . . . . . . . . . . . Chicag0H01el1t-Y Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi. U 1 1 Hobo Parade Committeeg Union Ixlectwn Committee. HELEN SARAI-I MCFADDEN . . . 0akf0t'd Education Alpha Gamma Delta. ' , Spanish Clubg Social Service Extension Committeeg Freshman Education Commit- tee. Illinois Womanls College. 4-. IIOIJ DoR0'rIIx' MCGINNIS .... Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle. Woman's Athletic Associationg Basket- ball C13, C23. C473 Hockey C23, C33, C435 Tennis CI3g Riile Team C135 Bowling C43Q Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee C135 First and Second Council, Woman's Leagueg Hoosier Illini Club. Louiss ELIzAnErII McGRAr1r . . Morris Physical Education Newman Club, Life Saving Clubg Swim- ming C235 Track C23, C335 Hockey C23, C333 Baseball C23, C335 Blue Feathers Membership Committee C13 5 Stadium Pay- Up Drive C235 Mum Committee C235 May Fete Committee C333 Woman's Athletic Association. COLLIN WILERED MCILIIENNY . Littleton Banking and Finance Kappa Delta Rho5 Beta Gamma Sigma5 Beta Nu Kappa. Homecoming Accommodations Commit- tee C335 Homecoming Finance Committee C435 Sophomore Manager, Symphony Course. WALLACE WEsLEv MCII.WAIN .... . . . . . . . . . Highland Park Mechanical Engineering Alpha Delta Phi, Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Pi Tau Sigmag Theta Tau. Skull and Crescentg Tu-Mas5 Tribe of Illini, Varsity Football C23, C33, C435 Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track5 Varsity Track C235 A. S. M. E.5 Captain, University Brigade C33. CIIARLES EDWIN MCINTIRE St. Louis, Mo. General Business Sigma Phi Epsilong Alpha Delta Sigma. Picrrotsg Sophomore Football Managerg Cast, "Carlotta" HARLEYJAAIES MCKEE . . . Kankakee Architecture MARJORIE E. MCKEOWN . . Stronghurst Liberal Arts and Sciences Presbyterian Hall. HELEN JoN MCKINNEY . . Kirklin, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha. Illinois Woman's College. MARGARET ELIZABETH MCKNIGI-IT Peoria Home Economics Lambda Omega. Home Economics Club5 Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee C33, Girl Reserves Committee C43. Bradley College. JEROME DURIIAM MCLAUGIILIN Kankakee General Business Theta Chig Ma-Wan-Da5 Sachem5 Band of X5 Sigma Upsilon5 Pi Delta Epsilon5 Alpha Delta Sigma. Board of Directors, Inter-fraternity Council, C435 Student Council C335 Illio Staff CI3, C23, Editor-in-Chief C33, Senior Editor C435 Editorial Board, Daily Illini C435 Stadium Drive Committee C235 Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive Committee C43. WiXX'NE MCLAUGlIl.IN . . . Griggs-ville Industrial Education Sigma Mu Sigma5 Square and Compass. ANITA CLAIRE MCLEiXN . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences FRED JAMES MCMANUS . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Ilusg Alpha Alpha Alphag Kappa Phi Sigmag Phi Delta Gammag Phi Alpha Delta. Pre-Legal Club5 Freshman Varsity Foot- ball5 Freshman Varsity Baseball5 Varsity Football C23, C335 Varsity Baseball C235 Junior Manager, Star Course C335 Junior Manager Concert Course CQJQ Sophomore Cap Committeeg Dad's Day Program Com- mittee C335 Union Election and Traditions Committee C235 Homecoming Reunion Committee C435 Senior Cap and Gown Committeeg Stadium Drive CI3, C23, C335 Y. M. C. A. Discussion Group Committee, Membership Committee C335 Cast, "If"5 President, Inter-Fraternity Council C43. MARGARET MCMILl.lXN . . . Roseville Liberal Arts and Sciences McKinley Hall. Woman's Athletic Associationg Sans Souci Committee C435 Woman's Welfare Committee C235 Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee C23, Finance Drive C435 First Council, Woman's League C435 Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. C435 Geneva Club5 Sociological Club. National Park Seminary. X 5 X 8 5 1 x 5. if l, . . I - . I 4 R .'. . .-at - .1-rf . I IO2 to . Y' Y . MfXRX' CATHERINE MCMILLAN New Berlin Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha. Athenean Literary Societyg French Club5 Pan-Hellenic Council C43. Illinois Woman's College. RUssEI.I. EDWARD MCMURRAX' . Peoria Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma. Chemistry Club5 University RiHe Club5 Circulation Manager, Illinois Chemist C235 Freshman Frolic Committeeg Captain, Uni- versity Brigade C33, Major C43. ROBERT HUGH MCNAIR . . Winnebago Agriculture Agricultural Club5 Hoof and Horn Club5 Captain, University Brigade C43. HEl.EN M. McPHERsoN . . . Bement Physical Education Woman's Athletic Association5 Life Sav- ing Corps5 Hockey C3JQ Basketball C335 Track CQJQ Baseball C33. Illinois Woman's College. CARROLL J. MAAS ..... W Equality Industrial Administration JoIIN DCJMINIC MACCONO . . . Toluca Electrical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha. A. I. E. E. VIRGINIA LovE MACELIIERN . Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences GER'l'Rl'DE lsAnEL MltClNTX'RlE . Chicukf' Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta. Y. W. C. A. House Committee C35, C47, Finance Drive C35, C45. Rockford College. GEoRc:E GORDON MACKIXX' . Addison, N. Y. General Buxinesx Sigma Phi Sigmag Phi Eta Sigma? BCUE Gamma Sigmag Delta Mu Omega? Ph' Delta Gamma. Pierrotsg Glee Club C37, C479 CaSl,"C1lf- lotta"5 Production Staff, "We Are Seven," "The Goose Hangs High"5 Y. M- C35- fllglance Drive C155 Stadium Plus Drive 2 . Preliminary Honors. WII.LIANl joIIN MACKAV . . Mi. Carroll Civil Engineering Triangle. A. S. C. E. ALICE LAURETTA MADDEN . . . Urbana General Businexs Commerciag Iris. FRANCIS WlI.l.lAM MADISON . Kankakee Civil Engineering Oneoga. First Regimental Band C35, C455 A. S. C. E-3 Illinois Union Membership Committee C273 Y. M. C. A. Reception Committee C27- Riwmoxp SAMUEL MADISON . Kankakee Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigma5 Beta Alpha Psi. Philomathean Literary Societyg Accoun- tanfiy Clubg First Regimental Band Cllr C27, C375 Concert Band C455 Star COLIFSC Mana!-101' C475 Class President C173 V- C. A. Cabinet CI5, C35, Reception Commit- lc? CI7, Geneva Club Committee C37, Ml- Hlla Committee C35. WALTER JosEPH MAGNER . . Chicatlf' Law Kfippa Sigma. , Plerrotsg Freshman Swimmingg Chair- mall, Homecoming Mass Meeting Commit- tee C473 Entertainment Manager, Dolphln Water Carnival Committee5 Junior Cheer- leader? Cheerleader, Sachem Block "IHS Advertising and Publicity Manager. "Out- ward Bound"5 Cast, "Red Widow." "San TOY," "Red Flamingo," "We Are Seven." 1o3 RAA1oN FRANCIS MAGUIRE . . . Urbana General Businexs Sigma Nu. Pierrotsg Cast, "San Toy," "Carlotta"5 Business Staff, "Sin"5 Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive C25. VINCENT PAUL MARIE!! .... Chicago General Business Theta Kappa Phi. University Orchestra C15, C25, C35. CIIARLES FREDRICK MAJOR . . Champaign Athletic Coaching Phi Sigma Kappa. Skull and Crescent5 Freshman Varsity Football5 Varsity Baseball C355 Sophomore Cotillion Committee. XVISNIFRI-ID E. MALEY .... Rochelle Liberal Artx and Scieneex MARGARET MANGAN ..... Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Anonian Literary Society5 Woman's League Poster Committee C255 Y. W. C. A. Poster Committee C35. PETER PATRICK MTXNIOS, JR. St. Louis, Mo. General Engineering Beta Psig Phi Alpha Lambda. General Engineering Societyg Techno- graph Staff C25, C355 Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive C35. HoRAcE MERRILL MANNING . Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Lambda. , Daily Illini Staff C15, C25, Summer Staff CI5, News Editor C25, C35, Sports Editor C355 Sophomore Baseball Managerg Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive C25, C35 5 Homecoming Program Committee C355 Interfraternity Council C45. Jo MANTZ ......... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Bradley Polytechnic Institute. RALPH MARGOLIS ...... Chicago Athletic Coaching Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Foot- ballg Varsity Football C23, C33, C433 Fresh- man Varsity Bascballg Varsity Baseball C:3, C33. C43. BENJAMIN EDWIN MARK . . . Chicago Commerce and Law SYLVESTRE JACQUES MARLAIRE . Kankakee General Business Delta Sigma Pi. Stadium Drive Committee C233 Dad's Day Committee C435 Lieutenant, Univer- sity Brigade C33. ROBERT Locxwoon MARSII Evansville, Ind. Banking and Finance Sigma Nug Alpha Delta Sigmag Pi Delta Epsilong Band of X. Skull and Crescentg Daily Illini Staff CI3, C23, Contract Advertising Manager C33, Associate Business Manager C43g Freshman Cap Burning Committeeg Junior Round Up Committeeg Illinois Union Dance Commit- tee C43 g Chairman, Dance Supervision Com- mittee C43. JAMES GRANT MARSHALL . Lake Forest Landscape Architecture Alpha Rho Chig Scarabg U. L. A. S. EDMUND ROBERT MARTIN . . Flossmoor Mining Engineering Delta Mu Epsilon. Mining Societyg Junior Cap Committeeg Engineering Dance Committee C33. X l1O4l FRANCES E. MARTIN ..... Urbana Journalism Alpha Gamma Deltag Mortar Boardg Theta Sigma Phi. Alethenai Literary Societyg Blue Feath- ersg Daily Illini Staff C23, C33, Summer Womanls Editor C23, C33, Associate Wo- man's Editor C43 5 Illio Society Editor C33 5 Y. W. C. A. Parties Committee C33, Stunt Show Committee C335 Homecoming Mum Committee C235 Dance Supervision Com- mittee C43. HOLLIE EIIUDY MARTIN . Perrysville, Ind. Athletic Coaching Delta Sigma Phi. Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Base- ballg Freshman Varsity Basketballg Varsity Basketball C23, C33, C43. JAMES RENICK MAR'FIN . Bloomington Public Utilities Delta Alpha Epsilon. JoitN MARTONE . . South Barre, Mass. Education GERTRUDE MARV MARVEL . Waynesville Liberal Arts and Sciences FRANK LESLIE MATOUSEK . . . Cicero Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Epsilon. JOIIN WILI.IAM MAUER .... Batavia Athletic Coaching Theta Kappa Phig Ma-Wan-Dag Sachem. Freshman Varsity Footballg Freshman Varsity Basketballg Varsity Football C235 Varsity Basketball C23, C43, Captain C339 Tribe of Illini. SELTZER LAIKIBERT MAULFfKlR . . Urbllml General Business Delta Phi. Sophomore Baseball Managerg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 133. EDWARD CREIGIITON MAXWELL . Chicago Law PhSigma Pig Alpha Alpha Alphag Phi DCULH 1. .Pre-Legal Clubg Law Clubg Sophomore Circus Manager. MCKINLEY VERN MAXWELL . Flat Rock Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha. Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Educa- tion Club. HELEN YOLANDE MAVER .... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Sigma. NORh'l'AN CLARK MAYER . . Mt. P1410-ik' Industrial Administration Sigma Phi Sigmag Beta Gamma Sigma? Phi Eta Sigma. Captain, University Brigade 143. Preliminary Honors. LAURA JOSEPHINE MAZANEK . . . Alma General Business Beta Phi Alpha. l b Commerciag Doll Show Committee f23s Conference Committee 133. LOREN EVERETT MEECE . . - Atwvvd Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Mu Sigmag Scabbard anti Blade- - Square and Compassg Intercollegiate Fly- mg Clubg Captain, University Brigade 133, Lieutenant Colonel 143g Rifle Team 123, 233, Captain 1435 Military Ball Committee 43. M-.. '.... .1:,l.g-i. . ., - .4 5 Q.-1 if-I six L., - Af .-r1"""W"f"" " ' ' '- m...f.ffk..'4......L.. .1...4.. . 4 1g-,.-..-s.,...-,...- l . t .D . ..- ,.... .., - -.rv rg 11051 . ..... , -.3-IW-f-V.--5 tl.. ,,..,., ,J HARRX' EUGENE ME1rocK . . . Streator Athletic Coaching Kappa Sigma. Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsity Track 123, 133, 143. GEORGE JOHN MEHR .... Auburn Industrial Administration Louis Aucusr MEIER . . Lostant Music Mu Kappa Alpha. Square and Compassg Concert Band 113, 123, 133, 1439 University First Orchestra 113, 123, 133, 1435 University First Glee Club 143. CLARENCE Jo1IN MEi,CIIIOR . . Chicago Law Delta Sigma Phig Phi Delta Phi. Law Clubg Freshman Varsity Baseballg Varsity Baseball 123, 1333 Homecoming Reception Committee 133. CLARENCE ROBERT MELTON . Mason City Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Bradley Polytechnic Institute. SIDNEY WIl.LIl1M MENnEr.ov1'rz . Chicago Law Tau Epsilon Phi. Pre-Legal Clubg Law Club. ILAH FRY MENDENHALL . Pennville, Ind. Home Economics Delta Zetag Omicron Nu. Home Economics Club. ROBERT ARTHUR MERRILL . . Maywood Railway Civil Engineering Beta Lambdag Phi Mu Alphag Pi Delta Epsilon, Pi Kappa Delta, Phi Delta Gamma. Adelphic Literary Societyg Foreign Trade Clubg A. S. C. E.g Choral Society, Tech- nograph Staff CI5, C25, C35, Associate Edi- tor C451 R. O. T. C. Journal C353 Soph- omore Baseball Managerg Chairman of Central Committee on Intra-Mural Debat- ing C355 Board of Oratory and Debate, Y. M. C. A. Foreign Relations Committee CI5, C459 Lieutenant, University Brigade C25. California Institute of Technology. ANNE MERSEREAU .... La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta. Woman's Athletic Association, Hockey C15, C25, C35Q Baseball C15, C255 Y. W. C. A. Recreation Committee C355 Stadium Drive Committee C15 5 Dadls Day Commit- tee C25. HELEN GERTRUDE MESLER Little Rock, Ark. Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega. ' Shi-Aig Woman's Athletic Associationg Terrapin Clubg Swimming C153 Baseball Cr5, C355 Homecoming Committee C355 Junior Prom Committeeg Stadium Com- mittee C25. CHARLES HILIES METZEL . . . Urbana Pre-Medic Tau Delta Taug Omega Beta Pi. Philomathean Literary Society, Choral Societyg Illio Staff C25 5 Sophomore Smoker Committeeg Junior Smoker Committee, Senior Informal Committeeg Cast, "Car- lotta"g Lieutenant, University Brigade C35, Major C45. ARTHUR WII.LIAM MEYER . . Chicago General Business BERNARD MEYER ...... Chicago Accountancy FREDERICK RADEKE MEYER . Kankakee Ceramics Beta Sigma Psig Keramos. American Ceramic Socictyg Technograph Staff C159 Lieutenant, University Brigade 2 . ...-. NJ l1o6j -,uv A... ,,.. 1 . 4. MARSHALI4 MEYER .... Waukegan Commerce and Law Phi Mu Alpha. University Orchestra C25, C35, C453 Con- cert Band C25, C35, C45- JULIUS WALTER MEYER . Denver, Colo. Chemistry Gamma Pi Upsilon. JOSEPH WADE MEYERS . . Scioto Mills Law Law Club. IRENE CLAIRE MICHELMANN . . Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta. Gregorian Literary Societyg German Clubg Spanish Clubg Y. W. C. A. Hospital Committee, Cunningham Home Committee. Carthage College. PERCY MICHENER ..... Decatur Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Taug Theta Tau. A. S. C. E. ALICE MIDDLETON . . Chicago Heights Home Economics CLAYTON TIIoMAs MIERs . . . Decatur Architecture MARIAN S. MIPILIK ..... Pawnee Liberal Arts and Sciences CARL Roussos MILLER . . . Decatur Law Delta Tau Deltag Phi Delta Phi. l Mask and Baubleg Pierrotsg Homecom- ing Sales Committee 125, 147, Badge Com- mlitce 1353 Stadium Plus Drive Committee 537i Hobo Parade Committee 1555 CHEM fgghc Goose Hangs High," "Tea Time In I et." HIiI.EN VEs'rIx MILLER . Cedar Falls, Ia. Education Chi Omega. MAREECE MIl.LER ...... Clinton Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle. Woman's League, First and Second Councils 113, 1433 Woman's Welfare Com- mittee 115, 133g Burrill Botany Club. NORMAN WELI.s MII,LER . . . Chicago General Business RALPH AvIcRv MILLER . . . . . Elgin General Business VICTOR C. MILLER .... Martinsville Commerce and Law Phi Alpha Deltag Alpha Alpha Alphag Scabbard and Blade. .Pre-Legal Clubg Law Clubg Field Ar- UIIPVY Officers Clubg Major, Universitb' Brigade 143, Brigade Major Adjutant 1455 HQInecoming Stunt Show Committee 1475 Military Ball Committee 143. I . .V ,.w-'. l .. an .... ,Yrs f . ' 1 1" '- 'lll ' ' R. ,nl v ,nfl 9 Q L' 9 g,, .I :A . 2 .,'i1r' fr' I . ' V I 1. 1- , Q35 . ' 52 "f l ' .K are f -f' l Ll " N"- :vl L . .ri ,, ,. .,.,.,, .. .- .M .- l , . .. .,, ,1-- .'. ,,'Wr.,, lI07l .4 GEORGE lNILl.IAM MIl.I.IGAN . . Harvard Civil Engineering REBECCA IRENE MITCHELL . Charleston Education Presbyterian Hallg Katppa Delta Pig Omicron Nu. EUGENE WENTXVORTl'I Mock .... . . . . . . . . . Milwaukee, Wis. Pre-Medic Sigma Alpha Epsilon. University Riiie Club. Franklin College. GEORGE JOIIN MOE1Il.EN1-IOF Hanna City General Business ILXRRY GRINDLEI' MOJONNIER . Oak Park General Business Delta Alpha Epsilon. ELPIDIO P. MOLINA ........ Bacarra, Ilocos Norte, Philippine Islands Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.g Spanish Clubg Y..M. C. A. Deputation Committee 135, 1435 Philippine Illini Club. EUGENE SHERLOCK MoLI .... Chicago Accountancy Delta Sigma Pig Square and Compass. Commerce Clubg Accountancy Club. HOWARD HoMER MONK . . . Plymouth Law Sigma Phi Sigmag Phi Alpha Delta5 Beta Gamma Sigma5 Alpha Alpha Alpha, Phi Delta Gamma. Adelphic Literary Societyg Illini Cham- ber of Commerce5 Pre-Legal Clubg Chair- man, Freshman Cap Burning Committeeg Stadium Plus Drive C255 Dad's Day In- formation Committee C25,. Entertainment Committee C35, General Chairman C455 Union Membership Committee C35, Elec- tions and Traditions Committee C355 Mi- Hila Spring Formal Committee C25, Chair- man C355 Campus Inter-Society Declama- tion Contest, Chairman C355 Inter-Society Debate Committee, Chairman C355 Star Course Board of Directors C35, C455 Con- cert Band C15, C25, C35, C455 Concert Band Welfare Committee C455 University Sym- phony Orchestra C25, C35, C45. MARTIIA MONTGOMERY . . . Aledo Education Knox College. MARY MONTGOMERY . . . . Aledo Education Knox College. DoRoTIIY LUCRETIA RUTH MOORE . . ............Dan'ville Home Economics Iota Sigma Pig Omicron Nu. Home Economcis Clubg Gregorian Liter- ary Society. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MooRE .... . . . . . . . . . Mount Carroll Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi. H0Ck6Y C35 5 Y. W. C. A. Social Commit- tee C355 Pan-Hellenic Council. JOSEPH L. MOORE ...,, AL-wood Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Phi. Polo Clubg Freshman Varsity Trackg Lieutenant, University Brigade. James Millikin University. MERLE GRAYDON MOORE . William.:-ville Athletic Coaching Sigma Mu Sigmag Square and Compass. E r '1 if Ji? v t K x1 W t Wa. his , i .. .I . J.. I 4 ,N .Q - A q,4. ,,...,, Q l C1081 ROEERTA LUCILLE MooRE . Champaign Music Alpha Gamma Delta. Freshman Baseballg Freshman Basket- ball, Athenean Literary Societyg Pan-Hel- lenic Council C353 Homecoming Stamp Sales Committee C255 European Student Relief Drive Committee C255 Stadium Plus Drive CI5, C255 Shan Kive Publicity Com- mittee CI55 Dad's Day Accommodations Committee C255 Choral Society, Woman's Glee Club C25, C355 Senior Cap and Gown Committee, Y. W. C. A. Doll Show Com- mittee CI5, Booster Committee C35, Elec- tions Committee C255 Woman's Welfare Ticket Sales Committee C25, Representative C25, C355 Woman's League, First Council CI5, C25, C35, C45, Second Council CI5. VIRGINIA BELLE MOORE . . . Wilmctte Liberal Arts and Sciences FREDERICK PAUL MORF . . . Chicago Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nug Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi. Mask and Baubleg E. E. Society, Varsity Gym Team C25, C35, C455 Engineers' Day Float Committee5 University Orchestra C35 5 Architectural Service Bureau5 Varsity Ritie Team C255 Electrician, "You and I," "Oh, Boy," "Outward Bound,"' "Sin," "The Goose Hangs High," "Robin Hood", Tribe of Illini5 Pierrots. University of Chicago. RAYMOND WELLS MORGAN . . Chicago Ceramics Gamma Pi Upsilong Beta Phig Sigma Taug Keramos. University Band C25, C35, C455 American Ceramic Society. Armour Institute of Technology. WILLIAM BENJAMIN MORGAN . . Vienna Pre-Legal Delta Sigma Phig Delta Theta Phi. KATHERINE JEAN MORRIS . . . Dixon Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa. Y. W. C. A. Girl Reserve Committee. Monticello Seminary. SETH BRADLEY MORRIS . . . Palatine Civil Engineering ARTHUR SNOWMAN MORSE Brockton, Mass. 0 Athletic Coaching Springfield College. WII.LIAM Moses MoRR1soN . Lovington Banking and Finance Delta Sigma Pig Beta Gamma Sigma? Phi Eta Sigmag Theta Delta Pi. ' Foreign Trade Clubg Commerce Club, Illmi Chamber of Commerce. Preliminary Honors. CAROLINE ALLEN MoRToN . Taylorvillc Liberal Arts and Sciences PhiMu. Y. W. C. A. Calling Committee, Mem- Elihip Drive, Stadium Plus Drive Com- 1 ee. HELEN Louise MORTON .... Salem Music University Orchestra 115, 125, 135, 1453 Woman's Athletic Associationg Life Saving Corps, ADDISON CHESTER MOSELEY . . Chicago Banking and Finance Alpha Phi Alpha. COTnmerce Club, Foreign Trade Clubg Spanish Clubg Le Cerele Francaisg Fresh- man Varsity Basketball. DOROTHY RACHEL MOSIER . . . Urbana General Business Alpha Xi Delta, Gamma Epsilon Pi. First and Second Cabinets, Y. W. C. A.: Commerciag Sociological Clubg Women's Athletic Associationg Recreation Committee. ALVIN HENRY Moss . . . Springfield Law Alpha Phi Alpha. ,, .,. . R -Z ty- , .5 FLY ,.g,,,,, ,, .,.., f . mv.. .Nix ,!,1,x:Li,,r. at A' 7 tl- ',...., s mm. ti .... A --,--wr - EIOQJ J.. -, . K t -, 1 A ,. yn., , L.. - . MARGARET JANE MOULTON . Oak Park Home Economics Theta Upsilon. Home Economics Club, Homecoming Sales Committee 125, Stadium Plus Drive 1253 Cast "Red Widow." WTLLARD LEAVTTT MOULTON . Virginia Accountancy ORv1LLE Orno MOWERY .... Ullin Agriculture Farm House, Alpha Zeta. Agricultural Club, Horticulture Club. ELMER LEITMAN LIOYER Indianapolis, Ind. General Business JOHN MRACER, JR ...... Chicago General Business Square and Compassg Alpha Delta Sigma. Freshman Swimming. CLARENCE ARTHUR MUIII. . Oskaloosa, Ia. Athletic Coaching Kappa Sigmag Delta Theta Epsilon. Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Foot- ball, Varsity Football 125, 135, 1453 Fresh- man Varsity Basketball. Penn College. DOROTHY MULBERRY . . . Mt. Auburn Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma, Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta Phig Phi Kappa Ep- silon. Shi-Ai, Alethenai Literary Society, Inter- Literary Council 135, Woman's Athletic Association, Hockey 115, 125g Basketball 1253 Chairman, Gold Feather'Organization Committee 125, Gold Feather Council 1355 Chairman, Orange and Blue Feather Or- ganization Committee 125, President, Wo- man's League 1453 Social Committee 125, 1353 First Council, Woman's League 125, 135, 1453 Student Council 1455 Sophomore Informal Committeeg Cast, "Boomerang" Preliminary Honors. ARTHUR GLENN MULCAY . . . Lyndon Agriculture AMELIA E. MUNCSELLA . . . . Aurora Education HELEN CATHERINE MUNROE . . . Elgin Physical Education Woman's Athletic Associationg Life Sav- ing Corpsg Baseball C25, C355 Hockey C355 Basketball C355 Swimming C25, C355 Wo- man's Welfare Committee C255 Woman's League Second Council C255 Girls' Work Committee C255 Girls' Reserve Committee C35- Elgin Junior College. JOHN JOSEPH MITRPIIY, JR. . . Chicago Industrial Administration Cast, "If"5 Lieutenant, University Brig- ade C3l, Mal0l' C45. Lots MAE MITRPIIY . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences ROEERT E. MURPHY .... Marshall A griculture ETTA E. MURRAY . , Menominee, Mich. General Business . , I I C1101 FLORA FARNSWORTH MURRAY . Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Woman's League Finance Committee C35 5 Y. W. C. A. Endowment Fund Committee. GEORGE LYNDON MURRAY . Arrowsmith Agriculture Theta Alphag Alpha Tau Alpha. TIIEOREN JERROLD MURVIN . Ingraham General Business Kappa Delta Rhog Ma-Wan-Da5 Sachem5 Band of X5 Pi Delta Epsilong Alpha Alpha Alphag Alpha Delta Sigma. Daily Illini Staff C25, Local Advertising Manager C35, Business Manager C45, Sachem Tradition Committeeg Block I Committee, President, National College Press Congress5 Student Council C45. LUTHER LEE MUSE . . . Senath, Mo. Education Lvnm MUSSMANN .... Grant Park Home Economics Campbell Cottage. Home Economics Club5 Country Life Clubg Arcadia Groupg Gregorian Literary Society5 Prothean Circle5 Y. W. C. A. Soliciting Committee C15. KATHRYN NAEER .... Wabash, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega. Gregorian Literary Society5 Choral So- cietyg Woman's Athletic Associat:ion5 Hoosier Illini Club5 Anonian Literary So- ciety5 Sociological Society5 Hockey C15, C255 Baseball CI5, C255 Tennis C355 Wo- man's League Social Committee5 Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee. OLIVER ODELL NANCE . . Jackson, Mo. Education GEORGE WILLIAM NASEEE . . Kewanee General Business Kappa Tau Beta. Accountancy Club. BERNARD EVERETT NAV . . . Marshall General Business Military Band CID, C2D. RICHARD JOHN NEAGIIE . . Kewanee Law Gamma Eta Gamma. Adelphic Literary Societyg Law Club. DOROTHY WILINIOTII NEliDII.AM . Chicago Liberal Arls and Sciences Delta Gamma. D Shi-Aig Pan-Hellenic Councilg Junior Pl'0m Committeeg First Council of Wo- marfs League, Womcn's Welfare Commit- tee? Stadium Drive CID, C:D. MARGARET ELEANOR NEIELD . . Decatur Education Zeta Tau Alpha. James Millikin University. HAROIID DWIGHT NEILL . Greeley, Cole. General Business Alpha Tau Omega. Skull and Crescentg Foreign Trade Club? Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Foot- ball CzD. ALEX NELIKOFF ...... Chicagv Education Varsity Baseball C4D. S L. 1 . G 4 I s .,. IIIIII PAULINE HALL NESMITII . . . Chicago Liberal Arls and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. May Fete C3Dg Scholarship Award C3D. Northwestern University. FRANCIS GORDON NEYVIIARD . Dayton, Ind. Agriculture Agricultural Club, Hoof and Horn Club. ALFRED FRANCIS NEWKIRK . Tulsa, Okla. Commerce and Law Phi Alpha Deltag Scabbard and Bladeg Beta Gamma Sigmag Alpha Alpha Alpha. Infantry Officers' Clubg Dixie Clubg Pre- Legal Clubg Military Ball Committee C3D, C4Dg Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive Committee C2Dg Captain, University Brigade C3D, Lieutenant Colonel C4Dg University Gold Medal C2D. Preliminary Honors. ELDON ANsEL NICHOLS . . . Fairfield General Business Sigma Mu Sigmag Square and Compass. University Band C2D, C3D, C4D. PIELEN NICHOLS ..... M omence Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. LINCOLN WENDIELL NICKERSON Blue Island General Business Tau Kappa Epsilong Pierrots. WALTEIQ BERNARD NICKOL . . . Chicago General Business Delta Sigma Tau. Soccer CID, C2D, C3D, C4Dg Commerce Club. LUCILE PAULA NICOLET . . . Urbana Home Economics Woman's Athletic Association, Gregorian Literary Society, Hockey 1I3, 123, 133 , Woman's League, First and Second Councils 143, Organization Committee 133, Finance Committee 133 , Sans Souci Committee 143 , Homecoming Sales Committee 123, Decora- tions Committee 133, Mum Committee 143 , May Fete Costume Committee 123, 133 , Home Economics Club, Dad's Day Sales Committee 123. HELEN NIEIIAUS , . . . Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARGARET SIIERRILL NOBLE . Gibson City Commerce ' Kappa Alpha Theta. Daily Illini Business Staff 133, 143. GRACE ELIZADETII NORMAN . Springheld Liberal Arts and Sciences Daily Illini Staff 113, 123. PIIILIP LEONARD NORMAN . . . . . . . . . . .... Minneapolis, Minn. Accountancy and Banking Square and Compass. GERALD WII.LIAM NORRIS . . . Bowan Electrical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma. Square and Compass, E. E. Society, En- gineering Council, Engineering Open House Committee. james Millikin University. ROBERT EARI. NORRIS .... Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Phi Sigma. Glee Club, Choral Society. . 'U . .. QI W 1 - ' I . i 7' 1,4 . . . 11121 RALPII THOMAS NORTIIRIIP . . Chicago Industrial Education Sigma Delta Sigma. NORA ORPIIA NULL ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Epsilon, Mortar Board. Shi-Ai, Alethenai Literary Society, Dance Supervision Committee 133, Social Chair- man, Woman's League 143, Chairman, Homecoming Stunt Show 133, Chairman, Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show, Chairman, Doll Show, Chairman, Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Mothcr's Day Committee, Big Sister Com- mittee, Citizenship Committee, Senior Jacket Committee, Freshman Varsity De- bating, Inter-Literary Council 113, Presi- dent 133 , Freshman Commission, First and Second Cabinet Y. W. C. A., First Council, Woman's League, Representative Woman's Section Illio 133, Theatre Guild. Preliminary Honors. FLOYD Ross OEEENBACKER . . Pittsfield Liberal Arts and 'Sciences Y. M. C. A. Campus Service Committee, Reception Committee. LEO JAMES O'GRADY .... Chicago Public Utilities First Lieutenant, University Brigade 133 , Freshman Varsity Baseball, Varsity Base- ball 123, 133. JAMES ALFRED O'KEEFE . Allentown, Pa. Athletic Coaching Delta Upsilon. ' Pennsylvania State College. MARGARET OLOFATHER . . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Kappa Epsilon. Chairman, All-University Party Commit- tee 123, Chairman, Homecoming Accom- modations Committee 133 , Alethenai Liter- ary Society, Woman's Cosmopolitan Club, Y. W. C. A. First and Second Cabinet. Columbia University. RICHARD LLOYD OLIVER . . Carbondale Law Phi Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Rho. Law Club, Illinois Law Review Editorial Staff 143, Varsity Debating Team 143, Cambridge Debate 143. RUTH CAROLINE OLSON . . . Galesburg Liberal Arts and Sciences , Delta Delta Delta. WARIXEN CHARLES OLsoN . . . Chicago General Business Delta Kappa Epsilon. CLAIRE ELMO ONEAI, . . Mount Carmel Landscape Architecture Scarahg U. L. A. S.5 Landscape Archi- tecture Club. LANE Bovu OsnoRN . . Evansville, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Izvansvillc College. JOHN REILLY OSBORNE . . Freeport Education HELEN EVELYN Osooon . . Chicago Education Alpha Chi Omega. MARlON GRAY OSTER Benton Harbor, Mich. Liberal Arts and Sciences Northwestern College. " IFR' 1 , ...'......4 .X ,. 1.1 F' gf. t' " .i.'w.....J -' . ,.,..,, .,,:....,x-.5 ,-if , . . .n ' J ' . ...M .. L ...-.f-.--'vs' ,'.:'tQ, I - V... .... ..i.,s. A .. , . A. k ..-,gs-.,-.-.. --y it -3 we i 1. V2 1 ,.,,fi t.. .. X W- .M-rv I' Z . . " ...1... +... .ngvgljlj .,.4 ,., V,.,....,LY if", I' i F -MA ..t -TTFTC ... , ,.....5:, 1f,M,.f ,g 1. . I , .A "Tr ,.,... V..--.2 A . n.- 1 l . 1 6 l 4 K 1 i ,Y. 1 .1 5-1 lf U.- l.j lfl li' sl .l V!- '.1 .-1 M.. 0. S." 3.2 ,-J L., .,, V 1 5 1 I 4 arf , .1 '-I ,. ,.,,r 1 J ,... hiv 1 1 If! .-t -1........ .s.1.,r-.4.,-..... r . ' ,.,.--, ,.-.- ., r -- -it rx .1-X' ,w -- W1LL1AM C. Orr ..... . Plano Athletic Coaching MARGARET OWEN .... New Lenox Liberal Arts and Sciences Joliet Junior College. Louis STRANSKY OYSTER . . . Savanna General Business and Banking Freshman Varsity Baseballg Freshman Frolic Committecg University Regimental Bands 113, 1253 Daily Illini Business Staff 123. MAR1E PALMER .... Murphysboro Education Southern Illinois State Normal University. SA1NlUELPAl'ANEK,JR. . . . . Chicago General Business Delta Sigma Taug Phi Eta Sigma. S0cccr117,12l,13D,14l. 0l.1,1E TAYLOR PARKER . . . Jacksonville Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon. A. S. C. E.g Band 13J,14D. HELEN ORA PARKS .... . Urbana Education Bethany Circle. CHRISTINE MARTE PARR . . . Champaign Home Economics Phi Mu. Home Economics Clubg Woman's League Parties Committee 1335 Y. W. C. A. Fac- ulty Finance Drive 123. ETHEL PARR ........ Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee 143. Southern Illinois State Teachers' College. FRANK PARR, JR. . American Falls, Idaho Athletic Coaching Alpha Sigma Tau. ESTHER HARDING PATRICK . . Naperville Physical Education Alpha Delta Theta. Illiola Literary Societyg Woman's Cos- mopolitan Clubg Woman's Athletic Associ- ation. JEAN KATITERTNE PATTERSON . . Chicago Music Sigma Alpha Iota. Choral Society. OLIVER STEWART PATTERSON ..... . . . . . . . . . Fall River, Mass. Foreign Commerce Theta Delta Pi. Foreign Trade Club. RUTH JANE PATTERSON . . . Champaign General Business Gamma Epsilon Pi. Preliminary Honors. l114J ALBERT HENRY PAUL .... Carlinville Accountancy Kappa Tau Betag Beta Gamma Sigmag Beta Alpha Psig Beta Nu Kappa. Accountancy Clubg Newman Clubg Class Soccer 123. Preliminary Honors. EuNA PAUI ......... Urbana Education Woman's Welfare Committee 1435 Bur- rill Botany Clubg Jamesonian Literary So- cietyg "Robin Hood" Arrangements Com- mittee. A. BARTON PAYNE . . . Kirkwood, Mb. Athletic Coaching Glee Club 1233 Varsity Gym Team 133, 1435 Cast, "Oh Boy." RUTH DoROT1n' PEABODV . . . Urbana Accountancy Kappa Sigma Taug Gamma Epsilon Pi. Commerciag Accountancy Clubg Y. W. C. A. World Fellowship Committee 133. Preliminary Honors. EVERETT Liao Pl-IARCE ..... Rinard Agriculture Alpha Zetag Alpha Tau Alpha. Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Education Cluhg Horticulture Club. CARI. OSCAR PEARSON .... . Chicago Electrical Engineering E, E. Society. lin1u1:NnLEs1'ER PEARSON . . . . Utica Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma. I. ,. 4 ,i 4 il s L I ! . l. I . " . P. , . lf: i'1 5.. I iw l 3 ii ly. lI.' la: l- J lg' 1.1 l l lf'- lil. . If! gt. ,.. li. l gf. :Ky l li 1 gl sf li 359 5. A iff! l',l lla! U13 ... vrll ww lf" ...T . 33' lylpl life" nl .ill lift: :ffl lib! ilxsl 2 I-I gli ill MU use 3,5 1. .lys F2 tic? 5.5.3 'xl in i zivq be-.l .lt 3.3 43 lfx. 352. WI... ROLAND BRvoN PECK . . Coleridge, 4Neb- Athletic Coaching U Varsity Football 1235 Lieutenant, Unl- versity Brigade 133, Captain 143. EL1zABe'r1r Pecxenmvcrr . . . . Pvffy Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta. Anonian Literary Societyg Y. W. C.. A., ?UgJ-Chairman Faculty Finance Committee 4 . Illinois Women's College. .losemt Eamonn PIEIIIJNIAN . . Springheld Accountancy and Banking Oncoga. Concert Band 113,123,133,143- Smxtnv R. l'lil.'1'ASl3N . Jefferson City. M0- Railway Trimxportation Zeta Beta Tau. University of Missouri. RALPJI PEASLEI-1 Piznuui-2 .... Chicatlfl Landscape Architecture Scarab. , ' Tribe of Illinig Landscape Societyg Varsitl' PUUCIHI-Z 123, 133, Captain 143. Honniu' Snixruizr. Parsasox . . . DHKUU' Architectural Eixgiizreriitg Acaciag Scarab. Pl5'm Prize for Engineers. ROBERT MCLEAN I'i:TT1t:a1aw . . Oak Park General Businesx Chi Psi. Mask and Bauble: Pi0l'I'OlSS Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Football? Var' Sify Basketball 1233 Business Manager, "Smeg Illini Theatre Guild! Cast If ,Q Staff, "Carlotta," "Dulcy," "YOU and It "The Hottcntoti' A 4, lim. .VI i .Nl . fi - C . 'ff i r l N 1 f-1 ' J l 'll 1 , . -, - A .. I. X. y, I. A , ,.f.,s..-..... .- Lei -- l. I i v x . . v I ' . ' if N,"5fT'f-Q' t , .3.....,- .,.n.+1...', J. if..-1 1. . " , 1. , , I' 1 .3 ' . ' l . l nl l. ' . Vt' f i iii . 3 ' I 4 'll Z. ,rj ... , ' a l. 4 i '. Q1-.5---v.fwfg"TUm . iii " :r..5:f-LC-.2 QL if . . A , ., , ,.g7,.x.q,.C.,.5I., i i 1. . 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Y. .5 l, aft .ll .AMX 4 , -I lt l -M3 jvrg f C7f'QIf1W'l.' ,N ,I7'T."' - " A L L13 53 5 W ., f .-'gg tl? lit? all Mg li: J l Q3 ee' .-Al l., ij aft, IIISJ - -is . ' F X ,Al fa. -. HORACE Torrance Pmers . . Champaign General Business Delta Sigma Tau. LOLA KATIIRYN P1cKLr:s .... Dwight Home Economics Lambda Omega, Emera. Home Economics Clubg Jamesonian Lit- erary Socictyg Y. W. C. A. Finance Com- mittee 123, 133, 1433 Social Committee 133, 143, Parties Committee 1435 Vocational Guidance Committee 1335 Ap: Dance Com- mittee 133 5 Junior Informal Committee 133. Genrnuni-: PIEPER ...... Chatham Liberal Arts and Sciences CREEL BRADEN PLUNKET . . . Newton Liberal Arts and Sciences BEN-IAINIIN Gonnox Pont: . . East Alton Chemistry Phi Pi Phi. Iimmm Poccitxsicis ...... Chicago Liberal A rtx and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi. Spanish Clubg French Club. MARY Acxizs Poui . .... Urbana Journalism 1 Daily Illini Staff 123, 133, 143. MILTON PoLLAcxc ...... Chicago Civil Engineering Theta Alpha. A. S. C. E. BASIL H. POLLITT ...... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Legal' Club5 Philomathean Literary Society, Captain, University Brigade. ALFRED WoI.1f POLLOCK . Fort Smith, Ark. General Business Phi Epsilon Pi. Daily Illini Staff 1135 Production Staff, "Sin"g Lieutenant, University Brigade 133. JUNE PORTER .,...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega. Alcthenai Literary Society5 Woman's League First Council 143, Social Committee 1439 Stadium Drive Campaign Committee 123 5 Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Homecoming Mum Committee 133. Jessie LOUISE POTTER . . . Champaign Music Mu Kappa Alpha. Choral Society. Preliminary Honors. MERWIN ELWOOD POTTER . . .' . Serena Athletic Coaching Theta Upsilon Omegag Delta Theta Ep- silon. Dad's Day Committee 1235 Homecoming Finance Committee 133. Leo PoTTLITzER .... Lafayette, Ind. General Business Zeta Beta Tau. Illio Staff 1I3 5 Dad's Day Committee 143. 1 ,-.. . v I , ' 1, 55 fif 1 as", ' ' if . ' x'.A:i. 1 I:116:I CIIESTER RAWLINGS POWELL . . Canton Agriculture Beta Theta Pi5 Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Zeta5 Phi Kappa Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon. Interfratcrnity Council 1435 Illinois Ag- riculturalist, Business Staff 1I3, 123, Man- ager 1335 Ag Dance Committee 1335 Y. M. C, A. Cabinet 123, 133, 143, Board of Di- rectors 133, 143, Finance Drive 123, 133, 143- CLARA L. POWELL ..... Mendota Liberal Arts and Sciences Emera. Gregorian Literary Society. Illinois Woman's College. MILTON EDWARD POWELL . . . Chicago Dairy Manufacture Farm House5 Scabbard and Blade. Dairy Clubg Agricultural Club5 Hoof and Horn Club5 Engineer Officers' Club5 Freshman Varsity Track, Ag Round-Up Committee 1233 Captain, University Bri- gade5 Hazelton Medal. FRANK BEVERLY POWERS . . . Chicago Railway Electrical Engineering Phi Pi Phi5 Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Tau. Tribe of Illinig Dolphins5 Freshman Var- sity Swimming5 Freshman Varsity Water Basketball, Varsity Water Basketball 123, 133, Captain 1435 Stunts Manager, E. E. Show 143. RAYMOND GILMORE PRATT . . . Galva General Business Kappa Tau Beta. CHARLES COURTLAND PRICE . . Litchfield Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon. A. S. C. E. RICHARD MANDEVILLE PRICE ..... . . . . . . . Mexico City, Mexico Electrical Engineering El Centro Literario Espanolg E. E. So- ciety, A. I. E. E.5 First Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade 133. F1.ossIE LILLIAN PRIEWE .I . Orangeville Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Woman's Ath- letic Association. Cornell College. ,loux FRANKLIN PRIMIVI . Izlrlrlflilmll M0- Eleclrical Engineering li. E. Societyg A. I. E. E. Kiaxxaru RALPII PRINGLE . . . Normal Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Lambdag Pi Kappa Delta? Phi Delta Gamma. , A Adelphic Literary Societyg Daily Illini Staff C35, C45g Illinois State Normal Unl- versity. l'Im.1P CYRIL PUDERER . . . Belleville Landscape Architecture Theta Chig Scarab. Varsity Wrestling C255 Siren Art Staff C153 Daily Illini Art Staff C355 Homecom- ing Committee C259 Dad's Day Committee C 25. RALPII LEVI PUGII . .... Rirlgejarrn Agriculture .Agricultural Club. Emm M. PULLEN ....... Alma Music Sigma Alpha Iotag Mu Kappa Alphag Alpha Sigma Nu. Illiola Literary Societyg Woman's Glce Club C35, C459 Woman's Athletic Associa- tiong Hockey C25, C35, C455 Basketball CI5, C25, C35, Baseball CI5, C255 Track CI5, C253 Manager, Baseball C455 Woman's Athletic Association, Pep Committee C35, Advisory Boardg "Hello Day" Committee C433 May Fcte Committee CI5, C25, C353 Stadium Plus Drive Committee C255 Woman's League, First and Second Councilg Cast, "Robin Hood." Preliminary Honors. LEONARD D. PURSELL . . . Pinckneyville Dairy Manufacturing Beta Lambda. Agricultural Clubg Dairy Club. Loim GENE PUSEY . . . Greenfield, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. Hospital Committeeg Home- coming Mum Committeeg First and Second Council Woman's League C35, C45. Earlham College. CLAUDE WILSON PYLE ..... Sidell Liberal Arts and Sciences Freshman Varsity Wrestlingg Daily Illini Staff C25. lik.-xnvonn HII.Ls QUACKENBUSH . Aurora Civil Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilong Phi Eta Sigmag Theta Tau. Tu-Masg Dolphinsg Tribe of Illinig Fresh- man Varsity Swimmingg Varsity Water liafketball C25, C355 Varsity Water Polo 4 . Preliminary Honors. DAVID DEXVITT QUESTEL .... Carmi A griculture Captain, University Brigade C35, Major C45. Miiuox E. QUICK ..... Maywood Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Deltag Theta Sigma Phi. Alethenai Literary Societyg Daily Illini Staff CI5, C25, junior Assistant, Editorial Boarcl C453 Freshman Frolic Committee. Ricimnn HERBERT RADLEY, JR. . . Peoria Law Delta Phig Phi Delta Phi. Daily Illini Staff Cz5. Ros,u.1A RAFEL ...... Red Bud Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Phi Alpha. Alethenai Literary Socictyg Freshman Commissiong Sophomore Service Commit- teeg Stadium Drive Committee C153 Fresh- man Frolic Committee. HERBERT EDGAR RAHE . . . Villa Grove Education ALBERT LEROY RAND .... Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences Psi Upsilon. Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball 1235 Fresh- man Cap Burning Committee, Homecom- ing Committee. GLENN SEYIVIOUR RANDALL . . . Scotland A griculture Delta Sigma Taug Pi Delta Epsilon. Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Club, Illinois Agriculturist Staff 133, C459 Ag Dance Committee 1235 Peanut Banquet Committee 143, FRED TRAVIS RANDOLPH . . Elkhart, Ind. Chemical Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilon. Captain, University Brigade. JAMES TYLER RANx1N .... De Kalb Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta. Junior Circus Manager C33 Q Freshman Varsity Golf, Varsity Golf 123. THOMAS FRED RANSDELL ...... . . . . . . . .Crawfords'uillc, Ind. ' Education , Y. M. C. A. Registration Committee 113, 123, 137, C43. OLIVER LA VERNE RAPP . . . Edelstein Education Phi Nu Beta, Sigma Delta Sigma. I . i 6 i. n" - A ! . 1 :gait if-Ii 'E-iv l ' f f1I8:I .,,. .V , , . . L. ..,,,. . -... . . . A J RUSSEL NELEORD RASMUSEN . Millington Agriculture Farm House, Alpha Zetag Phi Eta Sigma. Ag Roundup Committee 123. Preliminary Honors. JOHN C. RATSEK .... . Chicago Floriculture Pi Alpha Xi. Floriculture Club. ETHEL ANNE RAUE .... Crystal Lake Education Northern Illinois State Teachers' College. ALICE TRYNER RAWSON . . Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. Shi-Ai, Illiola Literary Societyg Cast, "San Toy", Homecoming Stunt Show 113, 123. WlI.LIlkNI CLARENCE RAY . . . Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Sigmag Alpha Alpha Alpha. Philomatheon Literary Society, Concert Band 113, 123, 133, 1435 Summer Illini Staff 1435 Varsity Debating Team 1339 University Orchestra 113, 123, 133. FLoss1E MAE READ ..... Newton Liberal Arts and Sciences McKinley Hall. Eastern Illinois State Teachers' College. WILLIS CAROL REDDICK .... Clinton Journalism Delta Sigma Phi, Scabbard and Bladeg Pi Delta Epsilong Sigma Delta Chi. Illini Staff 113, 123, News Editor 133, Lieutenant, University Brigade 133, Lieu- tenant Colonel 143. DOROTHY Lois REEvEs . . . Lizton, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle. Preliminary Honors. MARJORIE REFIOR ...... Ottawa Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta. ' Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Commltteeg Cunningham Home Committee. Oberlin College. ARMIN JOIIN REIILING .... Waterloo Agriculture Farm Houseg Alpha Zeta. Agricultural Clubg Dairy Clubg A2 Round-Up Committee C333 Dairy Judging Team. GEORGE LOEOREN REID .... Chicago Accountancy Delta Sigma Pig Beta Alpha Psig Alpha Delta Sigma. BETTY RENNEN ....,.. Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences - Alpha Omicron Pi. Shi-Aig Athenean Literary Societyg Daily Illini Staff CI3, C233 Homecoming Com- mittee C33, C439 Junior Informal Commit- teeg Dad's Day Committee C33, C43 5 Moth- er's Day Committee C335 Senior Jacket Committeeg Pan-Hellenic Council. FRANK EDWVARD RENWICK .... Joliet General Business Theta Chi. CIIARLES HENRY REX . Kansas City, Mo. Electrical Engineering Mask and Baubleg E. E. Societyg A. I. E. E.g A. A. E.g Production Staff "Outward Bound," "The Goose Hangs High," "Sill," "We Are Seven,'l "Robin H00d": E E- Show. 7 v l . i . -A . 5' Ai l Ken ii' - . 43.1. ' .x'?'t' Ng. . 4 155 1 'l :?2'1 . I . ,wif ' Y ,I - 'RE k Ti' .gw'.'e5 ' 1 pl' 1 'AAC-' 'xl - -I Q su., 31 lI19l ETI-IEL MAY REYNOLDS . . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Emera. ' Gregorian Literary Society. MADEL FRANCES REYNOLDS . . Champaign Physical Education Emera. NORMAN LEWIS RICE ..... Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho. Mask and Baubleg Scribblersg Daubersg Interfraternity Council C433 Illio Art Staff C33, Art Editor C435 Homecoming Frivoli- ties Committee C333 Assistant Chairman Post-Exam Jubilee Committee C339 Home- coming Stunt Show Committee C435 Reg- imental Band CI3, C23. PARK RICIIMOND, JR ..... Oak Park Banking and Finance Phi Mu Delta. Freshman Frolic Committeeg Homecom- ing Badge Committee C33, Stamp Com- mittee C33. PAUL A. RIDGE .... Connersville, Ind. Athletic Coaching Scabbard and Blade. Intercollegiate Flying Clubg Officers' Club C33, C435 First Lieutenant, University Bri- gade C33, Major C439 Freshman Varsity Trackg Freshman Varsity Basketball. ELIZABETH FRANCES RINEHART . . Moline Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta. Illini Business Staff C435 Y. W. C. A. Freshman Calling Committee C43, Faculty Finance Drive C43. Augustana College. ROBERT BARTON RIORDON .... Fulton General Business Phi Kappa Sigma. RIc1IARD WEYER ROBERTS . St. Louis, Mo. General Business Beta Theta Pi. Tu-Masq Freshman Varsity Water Bas- ketballg Sophomore Baseball Manager. MARGARET JESSIE ROBERTSON . Rushoille Home Economics Delta Delta Delta. Y. W. C. A. Alumni Committee 123, Cun- ningham Home Committee 133, Finance Committee 133, 143. WALLACE SAMUEL ROBINSON . Shobonier Banking and Finance Phi Nu Betag Alpha Delta Sigma. Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive 1433 Com- merce Clubg Accountancy Club. ADELAIDE TALBOTT ROCIIE . . Evanston Journalism Daily Illini Staff 133, 143. Northwestern University. ARTIIUR GERALD RoEsRE ...... . . . . . . . . Michigan City, Ind. Ceramic Engineering Kappa Sigma, Keramosg Scabbard and Blade. Tu-Masg Interfraternity Council Activi- ties Committeeg Illinois Union Elections Committee, Senior Hobo Parade Commit- tee, Captain, University Brigade 133, Ma- jor 143, Lieutenant Colonel 143. ROBERT WII,l,ARD ROSENE . . . Chicago General Business Delta Alpha Epsilon. ' Commerce Clubg Siren Business Staff 113, 1235 Illio Business Staff 1235 Y. M. C. A. Finance Drive Committee 123. RUT11 HANNA Ross ..... Urbana Liberal Arls and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa. Preliminary Honors. VIRGIL BYRON Ross ' ..... Palmyra Agriculture Agricultural Education Clubg University Glee Club, Agricultural Club. JOSEPH PRINTZ ROTII . Youngstown, Ohio Industrial Administration Zeta Beta Tau. Daily Illini 113, 123. PAULINE ROTIIBAUM . Hartshorne, Okla. 'Education Alpha Epsilon Phi. HAROLD CHARLES ROTHE . East St. Louis Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Gamma. Adelphic Literary Societyg A. S. M. E., Homecoming Awards Committee 143 3 Cap- tain University Brigade 143. HELEN VICTORIA ROTIIROCK . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Illiola Literary Societyg Spanish Clubg Illinois Magazine Staff 113, 1239 Home- coming Publicity Committee 133g Stadium Plus Driveg Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Pub- licity Committee 1335 Cunningham Home Committee 113, 1235 Freshman Commis- siong Spanish Plays 113 g Girl Reserves, Ad- visor 133, Finance Committee Chairman 143- SAMUEL I. ROTTMAYER . . . Zion City Mechanical Engineering Sigma Phi Sigmag Sigma Taug Pi Tau Sigmag Pi Delta Epsilon. Business Manager, Teehnograph. RICIIARD PEDER ROVELSTAD . . Elgin General Business Chi Beta. GEORGE ALBERT RUDOLPH . . Justus, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences FRED RUEB, JR ...... Granite City General Engineering Phi Kappag Phi Alpha Lambdag Theta Tau. ' Society of General Engineersg Society of Industrial Engineers, Undergraduate Math- ematics Clubg German Club, Freshman Varsity Track, Teehnograph Staff C13, C23 g Stadium Plus Drive C13, C23, HELEN CAROLYN RUGG . . . Champaign Education Kappa Kappa Gamma. Pan-Hellenic Council C33, C435 Basket- ball C23, C335 Y. W. C. A. Girl Reserves Committeeg Mother's Day Committee C335 Stadium Committee C335 Woman's League Social Committee C33, C43. ELINOR W1sE RUIVISEY . . . . Alton Education Mu Kappa Alpha. Woman's Glee Clubg Choral Society. Rockford College. GEORGE DONALD RUMSEELD . . . Chicago , General Business Alpha Chi Rho. Varsity Track C33, C43. JESSIE D. RUNYARD ..... Antioch Liberal Arts and Sciences MERYL ALTHEA RUSSELL . . . Harvey Physical Education Delta Delta Delta. Woman's Athletic Associationg Life Sav- ing Clubg Terrapin Clubg Swimming C23, C333 Water Carnival C23, C335 BaS6b21ll C339 Homecoming Mum Committee C339 Homecoming Finance Committee C43 3 Y.W. C. A. Finance Committee CBJ, C433 Chorus of "Oh Boy." l ,C ' 'V :- . Lg., s . , 1 7,331 ' A , I, Q , , yy. I2I MARY ELIZABETH RYAN . . . Kewanee Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Phi Alpha. Newman Clubg Poetry Societyg French Clubg Anonian Literary Societyg Freshman Commissiong Basketball C23 9 Woman's Ed- itor Summer Illinig Daily Illini Staff C13, C23, C333 Y. W. C. A. Social Committee, Doll Show Committeeg Woman's League Social Committee C233 Sophomore Cotil- lion Committeeg Stadium Drive Committeeg Cast, "Let's Get Married," "Clarence"g "Shan Khive", Class Vice-President C13. LUELLA DoR0Trrv RYKOEF Los Angeles, Cal. Education Alpha Epsilon Phi. AnE1.1xE SABEN .... . . Aquawka Education JOHN C. SAGER ...... Lockport Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Mu-San. . Cast, "Carlotta" JosEr-n1NE CHOVVNING SAGER . Lockport Liberal Arts and Sciences University Choral Society. Joliet Junior College. VIOLA SALZMANN .... Ferguson, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sociology Club. University of Missouri. MII.DRED GRACE SANDERS . . . Batavia Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Clubg First and Second Coun- cil, Woman's League C43. Milwaukee-Downer College. MITCIIELL SAPER . . . Kansas City, Mo. Banking and Finance RUTH ANN SAVAGE . . . . . Urbana Home Economics Sigma Kappa. FRANCES SCANDRETT . .... Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Carleton College. ,Ioux T1IoMAs SCANLON .... Chicago General Engineering Beta Psi, Phi Alpha Lambda. EUGENE F. B. SGIIAD ..... Chicago Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Tau Delta Taug Mu San. Joux XNILLIAM SCIIAFF .... Chicago A griculture Alpha Sigma Taug Alpha Tau Alpha. Choral Societyg Agricultural Club, Ag Glcc Clubg Agriculturist Staff 133, 1435 Y. M. C. A. Campus Service Committee 1435 Captain, University Brigade 133. ISLMER CIIRISTIAN SCIIEIDENIIELM Mendota Agriculture Farm House. Agricultural Clubg Dairy Club, Hoof and Horn Clubg Ag Round-Up Committee 1333 Dairy Judging Team 143. X we , it ',g,.Q,' A! I l' X . -5. - .V , CXJQPKQ f S - fi ' . 1.4.1-f pr- p 3. , . , K i K is li li fi A ' frzzj EMILY SCHENCK .... . . Pekin Education Alpha Xi Delta. Pan-Hellenic Council 1433 Illini Weekly, Circulation Manager 133 5 Y. W. C. A. Hos- pital Committee 133. CLARENCE GEORGE SCIIILLING . . Carlyle Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Mu Epsilon. FRED CARL SCIIIRRMACIIER . Beatrice, Neb. Liberal Arts and Sciences Square and Compass. WrXLTER GEORGE SCIILICIITING .... . . . . . . . . . Davenport, Iowa Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. WrXLTER Fixx SCHMALZ .... Chicago General Business Concert Band 133, 143. HOXVARD IGNATIUS SCIUNIITT . . Chicago Railway Civil Engineering Captain, University Brigade, Varsity Rifle Tef1m123,13D,143. PIIILIP FLICK ScIIocII .... Ottawa Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma. Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsity Track 123, 133, 143g Captain, Uni- versity Brigade 143. CHARLES ARTHUR SCHREIBER . . Chicago Law Alpha Epsilon Pi. Law Club5 Varsity Football 125, 1353 Cast of "Sin" 135. JOHN B. SCIIROEDER . . . Rock Island General Business Sigma Mu Sigmag Square and Compass. WILLIAM EDWARD SCIIROEDER, JR. . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha5 Sigma Tang Pi Tau Sigma. Tribe of Illini5 Dolphins5 Freshman Var- sity Swimming Team5 Freshman Varsity Water Basketball Team5 Varsity Water Bas- ketball Team 125, 135 5 Illinois Union Mem- bership Committeeg Junior Smoker Com- mittee5 Lieutenant, University Brigade 135, Major 145. WILBUR LoU1s SCHROEDER Evansville, Ind. Accountancy Delta Sigma Lambdag Scabbard and Blade. Lieutenant, University Brigade 135, Lieu- tenant Colonel 145. ARMIN MEYER SCIIULTES . Sl. Louis, Mo. Civil Engineering Alpha Tau Omega5 Chi Epsilong Theta Tau. Skull and Crescent. ALFRED FRANK SCIIULTZ . . . Genesee Agriculture Sigma Pig Alpha Tau Alpha. Tribe of Illini5 Agricultural Club5 Fresh- man Varsity Football5 Freshman Varsity Wrestlingg Varsity Football 125, 1355 Var- sity Wrestling 125, 135, 145. JOIIN HENRY SCIIUINIACIIER . . . Le Roy General Business Alpha Tau Omega. ,vc ,...... V ....,-,,..,2,.-,, ' . ...A,,, rw. .,..,.. , V. . A , Q . .b y X. .,..-,.. , ', ofa... ' ' il H. 1 ix . .NE sf? ' 5 Up -,.,. ,,'. -. f., lI23l GLADYS CLARA SCHWARTZ . Carpentersville Home Economies Campbell Cottage. Gregorian Literary Society5 First Coun- cil, Woman's League 135, 1455 Home Eco- nomics Club. Elgin Junior College. CHARLES G. SCI-IwARz .... Chicago Journalism Phi Epsilon Pig Ma-Wan-Da5 Sigma Delta Chi. Editor and Business ManagerIlliniWeekly 145 5 Daily Illini Staff 115, 125, News Editor 1355 Publicity Chairman Stadium Pay-Up Drive 1255 Stadium Plus Drive 1255 Dad's Day Publicity Committee 1355 Lieutenant, University Brigade5 R. O. T. C. Journal Associate Editor 125. NONA MARGARET SCIIWARZ . . . Chicago Home Economics Phi Beta Kappa5 Omicron Nu. Woman's Athletic Association 5 Jamesonian Literary Society5 Sociological Society5 Home Economics Club5 Orange Feathers5 Hockey 1155 Basketball 1255 Y. W. C. A. Publicity Committee 135, Girl Reserve Com- mittee 135, 145. Preliminary Honors. BLOICE MALCOI.M ScHwARzwALDER . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chatsworth General Business Theta Chi. Interfraternity Council 1355 Freshman Cap Burning Committee5 Sophomore Cotillion Committee5 Chairman, Junior Prom Committee. RUTII LYDIA SCIIWEMM . . Barrington Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa5 Mortar Board. Shi-Ai5 Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Com- mittee 125, Chairman, Finance Drive Com- mittee 1355 Dad's Day Committee 1255 Homecoming Accommodations Committee 1255 Chairman, Student Friendship Com- mittee 1255 Chairman, Homecoming Sales Committee 1355 Chairman, Stadium Clean- Up Committee 1355 Woman's Chairman, Homecoming Committee 1455 Junior In- formal Committee 1355 Students Organiza- tion and Activities Committee 1455 Fresh- man Commission5 Sophomore Service' Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet 125. 1 ALFRED WILLIAM SCIIWING . . . Peoria Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Track 115 5 Lieutenant, University Brigade 135, Captain 145. JosEPIfI TIIoMAs SCOTT . . . Grayville Commerce and Law Gamma Eta Gamma. EDNA MAUUE SEABERT . . . Dwight Music Alpha Delta Pi. University Choral Societyg Glee Club C23, C33, C43, Junior Orchestra Cz3, C333 First Orchestra C43 gl Illiola Literary Societyg Chairman Costume Committee, "Oh Boy"g Chairman, Extension Committee C333 Gar- wood Home Committee C43 5 Woman's Wel- fare Committee C33, C435 Homecoming Stamp Committee C33, Decorations Com- mittee C33, Mum Committee C43 5 Poor Farm Committee C23 5 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive C23, C335 Freshman Commission, Second Cabinet C33, C43. RIVTH G. SEAMAN ...... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Tau. Y. W. C. A. Doll Show Committee C:3, Social Committee C43. MARY REBECCA SEARS .... Atkinson Agriculture Theta Upsilon. Agricultural Club, Horticulture Club, Illinois Agriculturist Staffg Woman's Wel- fare Committee C335 Y. W. C. A. Church Cooperation Committee, Ways and Means Committeeg Agriculture Dance Committee. R1c1rARo Ai.nERT SEEPE ..... Peru Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nug Theta Tau. A. S. M. E.3 Sophomore Interscholastic Managcrg Junior Interscholastic Managerg Engineering Dance Committee C33. EvE1.YN ISAREL SENE ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Omega Pi. Emerag Homecoming Awards Committee C433 Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee C33. Northwestern University. GUY EMIL SEYMOUR . . . Champaign Pre-Medic MERv1N MONROE SIIAFER . . . Abingdon Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Society. l124l VERNON SHERMAN SHAEER . . Abingdon Banking and Finance Square and Compass. ' LAWRENCE JOSEPH SHAPPEIRT . . Chicago General Business Tau Kappa Epsilon. Commerce Club. FRANc1s WAYNE SHARP .... Mendota General Business Delta Sigma Phig Beta Gamma Sigma. Rm-11 DUNN SIIAUGHNESSY . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta. Duubersg Swimming Team C33, C435 Siren Art Staff C33, C433 Illio Art Staff C33, C435 Y. W. C. A. Poster Committee C33, C43, Publicity Committee C335 Woman's League Poster Committee C433 Homecom- ing Committee C33, C43. University of Chicago. EVERETT J. SI-IANV ...... Joliet Chemical Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilong Phi Lambda Upsilong Phi Mu Alpha. ' Concert Bandg Chemistry Clubg Univer- sity Orchestrag Glee Club. FAYETTE BALDWIN SHAW .... Joliet Railway Administration University Railway Association. RALPH CLAYTON SHEETS .... Oblong Education Dolphinsg Freshman Varsity Water Bas- ketballg Varsity Swimming Cz3. VIRGINIA ALICE SHEETS . . . Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Athenian Literary Society. Monticello Seminary. ELIZABETH SIIELDON . . St. Albion, Mich. Education Alpha Chi Omega. Albion College. KATHLEEN DoRo'rIIY SIIIELDS St. Louis, M o. Education ' Gregorian Literary Societyg Spanish Club3 Hockey C453 Tennis C453 Daily Illini Staff. St. Louis University. Rov xVILl.IAlNI SIIIELDS . . . . Decatur Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma. XVINIFRED CAROLINE SHINN . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's Atheltic Association3 First Council, Woman's League C4DQ Hockey CIJ, Czi, C393 Bowling CID, C293 Baseball CIJ3 All University Party Committee C33 3 Wom- an's Citizenship Committee C4DQ Chair- man Freshman Education Committec C413 Stadium Plus Drive Committee C253 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee Cel, C3D. DARWIN M. SIIQRT . . Owensville, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta. D Dc Pauw University. ALFRED JAMES SIIUTE . . . . Chicaga Mechanical Engineering ., 57' , t H251 ALFRED WALLIN SIKES .... Chicago Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigmag Scabbard and Blade. Chemistry Clubg Sophomore Cotillion Committee. SIN-YUNG SIM . . . Welte'vredcn,Ja'va General Business Cosmopolitan Club 3 Chinese S t u den t s ' Club. Cixusrv SIMKUS ....... Benld General Business Captain, University Brigade C3J. joIIN RALPH SIMPSON .... Benton Electrical Engineering ARTIIUAR SKI-ELTON . . . . Champaign Accountancy Phi Nu Betag Square and Compass. Commerce Clubg Accountancy Club. HEI.lCN Loki-:TTA SLEADD . Shelbyville, Ky. Education Georgetown. HUBERT JOIIN S1.oAN ..... Urbana Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rhog Alpha Zeta. Agricultural Club. EDNA ANN SMEJKAI ..... Riverside Home Economics Gamma Phi Beta. Shi-Ai5 Freshman Frolic Committeeg Junior Informal Committce5 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive C23 5 Home Economics Club. CARLETON ROTRAMEL SIWITII . . Browns Pre-Medic Scabbard and Blade. Y. M. C. A. Meetings Committee C235 Stadium Pay Up Drive C33Q Major, Uni- versity Brigade C435 Brigade Pistol Team CID, C23, 433, C43. CURTIS UI.YssEs SMITH . . . Kankakee Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma. Lieutenant, University Brigade C33, Cap- tain C435 A. S. M. E. FRANK SMITII ....... Sheeler General Business Phi Sigma Kappag Delta Sigma Pi. Commerce Club5 Sophomore Football Managerg Homecoming Stamp Sales Com- mittee C33 5 Y. M. C. A. Finance Committee C23, C33, Fraternity Discussion Committee C33. C43. GEORGE ROBERT SMITH . . . Joliet Journalism Chi Beta5 Sigma Delta Chi. Daily Illini Staff C235 News Editor C33Q Editorial Board, Siren C333 Stadium Plus Drive, Publicity Committee C235 Interira- ternity Council C43. HIl.lJA VERA SMITII . . Indianapolis, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta. JAMES BEATTIESMITII . . . Urbana Cornmerce Delta Sigma Pi. .... A ,..1.l.aA I...-,,.., 1 , r .5 .,. F.. ,.... -..,,..,.... . ., I l126j 5 .Ry '.,...'. 'A' JAMES HrKRi3LD SMITH . . . Chicago Engineering Sigma Epsilon. Engineering Councilg Railway. Clubg A. S, M. E. ,IEANETTE A. SMITII . . . La Belle, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Stephens Collegeg Colorado University. ,IAAIES KENNETII SMYTII . . . Chicago General Business RUTII KATIIRINE SMYTII . . . Cliieago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Kappa. Cast, "Oh Boy." CARL VINCENT SMYTIIE . . . Stockton Pre-Medic Omega Beta Pi. Hlkiihl FRANCIS SNIDER . . St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma. Illinois Chemist Staff C23, C33. DoNAl,n AYRES SNYDER . . Mount Pulaski Accountancy Alpha Sigma Phi5 Beta. Gamma Sigmag Beta Alpha Psi5 Delta Sigma Pi. Skull and Crescent5 Accountancy Clubg Illinois Union Elections and Traditions Committee C335 Commerce Club. Preliminary Honors. FRED SAMUEL SNYDER . . . Georgetown Agriculture Agricultural Clubg Dairy Clubg Dairy judging Team. HELEN LUCILLE SNYDER . . . Metamora Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha. Rockford College. RUTH GERALDINE SNYDER . Lawrenceville Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi. HERBERT SOEEL . . .... Chicago Architecture Architectural Socictyg Beaux Arts Insti- tute of Designg Architectural Year Book Staff Cgl, Business Manager C435 Stunt Show Committee Cab. Armour Institute of Technology. Northwestern University. ERTCH MAX SOBOTA . . . Dallas, Texas Electrical Engineering ' Delta Pi Epsilong Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Taug Pi Mu Epsilon. German Clubg A. I. E. E.g Y. M. C. A. Membership Committee CID. DEBORAH WILDA SOLLIDAY . . Stonington Home Economzcs Illinois State Normal University. PHILLIP ERX'IN SONESON . . . Danville Architectural Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag Gargoyleg Sigma THU? Tau Beta Pi. Architectural Society. Preliminary Honors. , l 1 Q ' 'fg ' lI27l ROBERT PHILIP SOUGIIERS . . . Urbana Chemixtry Geology Clubg Mining Society, Nomvm KA1'IlER1NE SPARKS . . Lincoln Education Delta Zeta. Anonian Literary Societyg Choral So- cietyg Y. W. C. A. World Fellowship Com- mittee. R1'T1r ESTIIER SPERLING . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Hmuw C1-rAk1.Es Srook, Ju. . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences MflliY Er.IzAuE1'1r SPR.-XGUE . . Wilmetlc Physical Education Delta Delta Delta. Manu: LOUISE SPROULI ,.... Mason Liberal Arts and Sciencex Emera. Home Economics Club. Northwestern University. Euwm Fmcn STAIU ..... Riverside General Engineering Alpha Chi Rhog Tau Beta Pig Sigma Taug Pi Delta Epsilon. Illio Staff CID, lab, Managing Editor 435. Preliminary Honors. Fcovo SHAFTER STAHL . Grover Hill, Ohio Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon. BaS0bHll 115, 125, 135, 145- SAMUEL THOMAS STAH1. . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois Union Cabinet 145, Dance Com- mittee 135. Sol. STANGLE ....... Chicago Accountancy and Banking RuTuEi.1zAni-:Tu STANLEY . . . Chicago General Business Beta Phi Alpha. Commerciag Daily Illini Staff 115, 125. JACK IRVING STAR ...... Chicago Accountancy Lieutenant, University Brigade 135, Cap- tain 1455 Cavalry Officers' Club. Huoo jumus STARK ..... Chicago Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade. ' Lieutenant, University Brigade 135, Cap- tain 145, Engineer Officers' Clubg Soccer 125. 135. LUSTER L. STARRETT ..... Peoria General Business Daily mini staff 125. ,H . . - ,i. V I . 5 ' i 32 u LIZSI JOHN WESLEY STAUFFER . . Polo Education Illinois College. MARJQRIE SALOME STAUFFER . Princeton Education Rockford College. HARRY C1.1NToN STEARNS, JR. . Maywood General Engineering Beta Psig Phi Alpha Lambda, Scabbard and Blade. I Society of General Enginccrsg Lieutenant, University Brigade 125, Captain 135. DONNA MM: STEGER . . . East St. Louis Education Lambda Phi Delta. Northwestern University. GENEVA STEIN ...... Manhattan Education Illinois State Normal University. MARGARET LORENE STEINER . . Morrison Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committeeg Homecoming Badge Committee 1155 Sta- dium Plus Driveg Pan-Hellenic Council 125, 135. XVALTI-IR H. STe1.LN1eR .... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciencfxv Blue Pencil. Fencing 115, 1259 Illini Summer Scout, Homecoming Information Committee 135, Production Staff, "We Are Seven." CHARLES JENNER STEPHENS . . . Sparta Mining Engineering Delta Mu Epsilong Theta Tau. Mining Society. RUSSELL G. STENVART .... Weston Animal Husbandry Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Clubg Wrestling 1455 Boxing 1455 Judging Team 145. TOM WEEE STEWART ..... Ewing Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Lambda. MARX' GENE STILFIELD .... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omegag Delta Sigma Rhog Pi Kappa Deltag Theta Alpha Phig Sigma Delta Phi. Alethenai Literary Societyg Sociological Societyg Homecoming Committee 145 9 Var- sity Debating Team 135, 145. GEORGE STU.: ..... . . . Urbana Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rhog Phi Eta Sigmag Al- pha Tau Alpha. JENNIE FERN STOCKHAM . . . Fairbury Home Economics Home Economics Club. - EDWARD DUANE STOETZEL . Orlando, Fla. Mechanical Engineering 3 . T l129J 1 T RICHARD Sxwmwav STOKES . Springfield Chemical Engineering Alpha Delta Phi. E. BERNICE STONE ..... Danville Music Phi Mug Mu Kappa Alpha. Anonian Literary Societyg Stadium Plus Drive 1255 Y. W. C. A. Endowment Fund Committee 125, Music Committee 135, 145, Faculty Finance Drive 145. Preliminary Honors. RALPH HEARD STONE . . . Harrisburg Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. E.g Technograph Staff 125, 135. ALOx's1Us CHARLES STONEMAN .... . . . . . . . . Francis Creek, Wis. Industrial Administration Phi Kappag Scabbard and Blade. Captain, University Brigade 135, Major 1455 Ritie Team 125. CHARLES ABRAM STOOKEY . . Belleville Agricultural Education Alpha Gamma Rho. Agricultural Clubg Horticulture Clubg Illinois Agriculturist Staff. HAROLD W. STORET: ..... Saybrook General Business Pi Kappa Alphag Alpha Delta Sigma. Commerce Clubg Advertising Staff, "The Enterprisern 1355 National Advertising Manager, "The Siren" 1453 Advertising Staff, Pierrot Student Opera Program 1355 Stadium Drive 125 3 Y. M. C. A. Drive 135. GEORGE WIl.I.IAlNI STOSSKOPF . . Evanston Mechanical Engineering Beta Lambda. A. S. M. E. Northwestern University. GRECIIICN AVIS STRATTON . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. JAMES MIIRWYN STREET .... Chicago Electrical Engineering Ilusg Theta Tau. Mask and Baubleg Illini Business Staff C135 Sophomore Football Managerg Pro- duction Staff, "You and I," "Oh Boy," "Outward Bound," "Sin." 'I'rIoMAs C. STRESSER .... Chicago Railway Mechanical Eiigiizeering Chi Betag Theta Tau: Sigma Epsilon. A. S. M. E.g Railway Club. HAZPII, EDITII STRoIsI:I. .... Ransom Liberal A rtx and Science.: Knox College. RoIzI:RTA BERNICE STRDIIERER . . Barry Education Alpha Omicron Pi. Kansas City junior College CI3, C23. RICIIARD WARD STROMER Kansas City, Mo. Electrical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigmag Square and Compass. E. E. Society. Kansas City Junior College. KENNETH BEACH S1'RoNo . . . Chicago Ceramic Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilong Keramos. Mask and Baubleg Pierrotsg Student Branch of A. C. S.3 Manager Summer Show, "Boomerang"g Homecoming Committee C335 Y. M. C. A. Stunt Show Committee C43 Q Production Staff, "Captain Applejackf' "Hottentot," "If," "Carlotta," "Oh Boy," "You and I," "Sin," "Outward Bound." 1757. X s 1' v 1 , v Sli I I P 3 I irsol RUTII STROUD ....... Cobden Education Southern Illinois State Normal University. HENRY EDWARD STRUCK . . Jacksonville Civil Engineering WVILLIAM M. STUMM . . . Taylorville Agriculture Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Clubg Newman Clubg Swine Judging Team. DOROTHY ETNA STYAN . . . Champaign Home Economics Gamma Phi Bet'a. Shi-Aig Hockey CI3, C23 5 Rifle Team C23, C335 Woman's Athletic Associationg Man- ager, "Robin Hood"g Dad's Day Committee C133 Homecoming Decorations Committee C23, Chairman C33 5 Woman's Welfare Rep- resentative C23, C333 Chairman Woman's Welfare Committee C433 Stadium Plus Drive C235 Big Sister Committee C335 Dance Supervision Committee C433 Secre- tary, Senior Illinae C435 Secretary, Board of Directors of Illini Theatre Guild C43. CECILIA FRANCES SULLIVAN . . .Chicago Education Gregorian Literary Societyg Newman Club. STELLA PRICE SUTERMEISTER ..... . . . . . . . . Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Daily Illini Business Staff C43. Kansas City Senior College. OSCAR SUTIN .... Kansas City, Mo. Accountancy Phi Epsilon Pig Delta Sigma Rho. Varsity Debating Team C23, C33. LEONARD Louis SUTKER . . . ChiCll80 Chemical Engineering DELBERT SYLVESTER SUTTON Bellaire, Ohio Commerce and Law Theta Alphag Phi Alpha Delta. Law Club. JOIIN T1-IEODORE SWARTZ . . . Urbana General Business Phi Kappa Psi. Illini Chamber of Commerce 1433 Com- merce Club. LEON FRANK SWARTZ . . . . Urbana Agriculture Alpha Sigma Phi. HEI.EN SWEET ...... LaGrange Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi. MILDRED SWENGEL ...... Neoga Liberal Arts and Education Home Economics Clubg Choral Society. Eastern Illinois State Teachers College. MILTON 'FIIEODORESWENSON . . Chicago General Business Alpha Sigma Phig Delta Sigma Pig Pi Delta Epsilon. Skull and Crescentg Pierrotsg Commerce Clubg Daily Illini Staff 1135 Enterprxser Staff 113, 123, 133, Editor .1435 Stadium Drive 113, 1235 Homecoming Reception Committee 1335 Y. M. C. A. Drive 1333 Property Man, "Carlotta," "Sin"g Produc- tion Staff, "Hottentot." l,. .. SSW x . 4' ill , vw M,- 4 I if . lrsrl '. MARGUERITE LUc1LLE SNVETT Portland, Ore. Liberal Arts and Sciences SYDNEY Ciumluzl TAEOR . . . Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences WOmcn's Glee Clubg University Choral Societyg Le Cercle Francais. James Millikin University. JOHN A. TAT-rx-:NY . . . . . . Chicago Electrical Engineering RALPII HAYES TALBOT . . . Champaign Chemical Engineering Phi Lambda Upsilong Sigma Xi, Concert Band 113, 123, 133, 143, Secre- tary 143- . JOIIN ALEXANDER '1'ALL.xNT Fairmont, W. Va. Civil Iingineering Zeta Psi. CHARLES VAUGHN TALLEY . . . Mattoon Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Phi. A. S. C. E.g Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsity Track 123, 143. AMY JEANETTE TALLMAOGE . . Yorkville Home Economics Alpha Delta Theta. Home Economics Clubg Women's Wel- fare Committee 135 Wesley Foundation Council and Cabinet 123, 133, 143. TRYMBAK WAMAN TALXVALKAR .... . . . . . ..... Indore, India Ceramic Engineering Junior American Ceramic Societyg Hin- dustan Associationg Tagore Circle. EDWARD AUGUST TAUBERT Casselton, N. D. Landscape Architecture Scarabg U. L. A. S. Daubersg Landscape Societyg Siren Art Staff. . PIIILIP LOUIS TAXON .... Rockford Law Delta Chig Alpha Alpha Alpha. Law Club. FRANK MACKI-:Y TAYLOR . . . Maitoon General Business Chi Psig Delta Sigma Pi. ' Tribe of Illinig Tu-Masg Pierrotsg Dol- phinsg Freshman Varsity Swimming, Fresh- man Varsity Water Basketballg Varsity Swimming 135, Varsity Water Basketball 135. GEORGE E. TAYLOR ..... Marshall Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Delta. IRWIN CLAYTON TAYLOR . . . Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alphag Phi Alpha Delta. ISADORE LOUISE TAYLOR .... Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa. Gregorian Literary Societyg Woman's Welfare Committee 1255 Y. W. C. A. Hos- pital Committee 145g First and Second Council, Woman's League 125, 135, 145. Preliminary Honors. P1 lI32l Enwm HAROI.D TAZE . . . East Moline Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Thetag Theta Taug Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. E.g "Carlotta" Business Staffg Stadium Drive 125. DONALD HARTLEY TEETOR Hagerstown, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho. Pierrotsg Stadium Plus Committee 125. Pomona College. RALPH EMIaRAI.n TENNEY . . Bridgeport Mechanical Engineering GAYLAND EVERETTE TENNIS . . Robinson Law Jifwnr. ERNEST TI-IACKER . . . Danville Agriculture Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Club. ERNEST ADELIIERT THAYER . . . Urbana General Business Choral Society 115, 125, 1353 Second Regiment Band 1253 First Regiment Band 135. ' AVERIL ELLIS THOMAS . . . Cenlralia Journalism Sigma Delta Phi. Jamcsonian Literary Societyg Life Sav- ing Clubg Daily Illini Staff 125g Stadium Plus Drive Committee 1255 Y. W. C. A. Doll Show Committee 1153 Homecoming Registration Committee 145. DOROTHY EVELYN THOMAS . . . Quincy General Business Delta Zetag Gamma Alpha Chi. jamesonian Literary Societyg Anonian Literary Societyg Inter-Literary Council C455 Commerciag Enterpriser Business Staff C25, Assistant Business Manager C35 5 Daily Illini Staff C35, Woman'S Manager Business Staff C45 5 Business Manager Illinois Maga- zine C355 Inter-Literary Publication Board C45- HONVARD WESI.EY THOMAS . . . Urbana Architecture Scarabg Architectural Society. LORA FRANCES THOMAS . . Ri-uer Forest Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Woman's Glee Club C35, C455 Mother's Day Committee C153 Sophomore Informal Committeeg Woman's League Organization Committee C25, Finance Committee C35, Elections Committee C455 Librarian of Woman's League C15. A. CHARLES THOMPSON . . . Peoria Law Sigma Nug Phi Delta Phi. EDWIN THOMPSON .... Martinsville Agricultural Education Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Club. ROBERT DRUMMOND THOINIPSON . Pontiac Accountancy Sigma Chi. Orro THEODORE THOMSEN . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Phig Pi Mu Epsilon. Freshman Varsity Football. University of Iowa. 133 MARY KATI'IrXR1NE THORNE . . Moxsville Liberal Arts and Sciences WOman's Athletic Associationg Riiie Team C25, 635, C45. VIRGINIA L1LE THORNSBURGH . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi. Athenian Literary Societyg Womanis Glee Clubg Freshman Commission Sophomore Service Group Committee5 World Fellow- ship Committee5 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive Committee. JOSEPH ANTON TOMASEK . . . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma5 Sigma Tau5 Tau Beta Pi. Engineering Council5 A. S. M. E.5 Y. M. C. A. Recruiting Committee C25. REID RAYINIOND TOMDAUOH . . . Pontiac A gricultu re Alpha Kappa Lambda. Agricultural Clubg Captain, Varsity Bowling C355 Business Staff, Illinois Agri- culturist C15, C25, Editorial Staff C355 Chairman, Sophomore Mixer Committeeg Ag Round-Up Committee C35. DOROTIIY ELIZABETH TOOKER . . Harvard Education Alpha Delta Theta. Rockford College. PH1L1P MITCHELL TORRANCE . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma5 Phi Eta Sigma. Preliminary Honors. ARTHUR CHARLES TOSETTI . . Nokomis Civil Engineering Theta Kappa Phig Sigma Taug Chi Ep- silon. Tribe of Illinig Wrestling C15, C25, C355 C45. Preliminary Honors. WARREN WILDER TOWLE .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences President, Sociological Society C35, C45Q Glee Club C35, C453 Student Pastor C25, C35, C45- Depauw University. JAMES EDWARD TRABUE . McCune, Kan. Banking and Finance JoIIN HENRY TRUE . . Davenport, Iowa General Business Alpha Tau Omega. Varsity Bowling C35. LIsAN TSENG ..... Shanghai, China Railway Civil Engineering Chinese Students' Clubg A. S. C. E., Railway Club. LOWELLRAY TUCKER . . . . Urbana Horticulture Agricultural Club, Horticulture Club. MIXRY ELIZABETH TUCKER . Warrensburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. Gregorian Literary Society, Woman's Athletic Association, Hockey C25, C355 Bas- ketball CI5, C25, C359 Baseball. CI5, C25, C35 3 Y. W. C. A. Student Friendship Com- mittee C25, Finance Committee C35, Cun- ningham Home Committee C25, C35 5 Home- coming Accommodations Committee C35. Preliminary Honors. JANIES EDWARD TURNER .... Casey Liberal Arts and Sciences H341 A , W. WII.I.IS TURNER .... Taylorville Education Y. M., C. A. Reception Committee CI5, Recruiting Committee C25, Life Work Con- ference C35. JUDSON FREDERICK HowE TURTON . . . . . . . . . Sound Beach, Conn. General Business Beta Theta Pi. Freshman Track C353 Varsity Track C45. Wesleyan University. Ohio State University. JEANETTE EI.ENoRE UCIIACZ . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Woman's Cosmopolitan Club. FRANK MAURICE UTTER . Middleton, Iowa Agriculture Phi Delta Thetag Sigma Delta Chi. Knox College. HAROLD ALFRED VAGTBORG . . . Chicago Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Kappa Delta Rho, Pi Delta Epsilong Mu Sang Sigma Tau. Lieutenant, University Brigade C25, Cap- tain C35g Technograph Staff C35, Editor C453 Dad's Day Program Committee C455 Engineering Council, A. S. C. E.g Engi- neering Open House Committee C45. PI-IILIP WESLEY VANCE . . Kiowa, Kan. Banking and Finance Sigma Nu. Skull and Crescent, Freshman Varsity Trackg Homecoming Committee C25, Dad's Day Committee C25. WILLIAM ROBERT VANDERMARK Champaign General Business Theta Delta Chi. Concert Band C25, C35, C455 Commerce Clubg Dad's Day Accommodations Com- mittee C35Q Dad's Day Information and Registration Committee C45. PAUL WEBSTER VANDERVOORT . Heyworth Industrial Education MARGARET HELEN VAN GERPEN . Hartsburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta. I French Club, Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive 133, 143, Cunningham Home Committee 143. Illinois Woman's College. VIRGINIA CATHERINE VAN LIEW . . . . . . . . . . . Des Moines, Iowa Education Secretary, Woman's Group System, Sec- ond Council, Woman's League, ROBERT TEMPLETON VAN TRESS . . Ladd ' Floriculturc Pi Alpha Xi. Floriculture Club, Y. M. C. A. Meetings Committee. WILI,IAM EDWARD VAUGHN ..... ..........Fowler,Ind. Chemical Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilon. VERA VEACII ....... C entralia Education ERNEST EDMUND VEIHL, JR. . Granite City Mechanical Engineering Tau Delta Taug Pi Tau Sigma. Captain, University Brigade 1435 5- M. E., Engineering Council 1333 Assistant Football Manager 123g Assistant Business Manager, "Tea Time in Tibet"g Stadium Drive 123. Vx .. I " 'M' 'Q rf I N , viw f If J . . 1' ar, ,4g"., -'ve , 4 lI35l . J' V A ive. . A fa A ui 9 : S. . Q, t ,Q f . 15' t t 1 '12- '- A r l f 1,23 Q' Jin kgA2,ff', , ' will 2' 'u il' 'K el . E . .5 V R il 6 . MATEO MANGAOANG VERGARA .... . . . . L . Tubao, Philippine Islands Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Epsilon. A. S. C. E., Philippine Illini Club. DAN1EL VESPA ....... Toluca Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. JESSIE V1E1-rom? ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Tennis113,123,133. EDDIE WITMER VoL1,1N'rINE . Taylorville Architecture Scarab. B. A. I. D., Choral Society, Architectural Society. JOHN CULVER VOORIIEES .... Alton Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pig Chi Epsilon, Pi Mu Ep- silon. A. S. C. E., University Orchestra 113, 123, 133, 1433 Interscholastic Circus. JOSHUA D1xoN VOORIIEES . . . Alton Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pig Chi Epsilon, Pi Mu Ep- silon. A. S. C. E. JosE1-11 ELL1s VOYLES . New Albany, Ind. Accountancy Scabbard and Blade. Intercollegiate Flying Club. CATHERINE WAGNER .... La Salle Physical Education Theta Phi Alpha. Newman Clubg Woman's Rifle Clubg WOman's Athletic Associationg Life Sav- ing Clubg Gregorian Literary Society5 Track 1155 Baseball 1155 Hockey 115, 1255 Rifle Team 125, 135, 1455 Life Saving Corps 1355 Senior Informal Committeeg Sophomore Informal Committeeg Home- coming Finance Committee 145, Stamp Committee 145, Registration Committee 1455 Columbus Foundation Drive Commit- tee 1255 May Fete Publicity Committee 135. EVELYN YVAIT ...... Greeiz-ville -Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Iota. Womanls Glee Club 135, 145. ELIZAIIETII MARION WALRER . Harvard Home Economics Alpha Delta Theta. Home Economies Clubg Jamesonian Literary SOciety5 El Circulo Espanol5 Wo- man's Welfare Committee 1155 First and Third Councils, Woman's League 1455 Y. W. C. A. Personal Committee 115. Alumnae Membership Committee 125, Recreational Committee 135, Finance Drive 125, 135, Student Friendship Drive 135. JAISIES ROBERT WALI. . , East St. Louis Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilon. Preliminary Honors. Wll.I.lANI HAMILTON WALLACE . Marion General Business Beta Kappa. Tribe of Illini5 Track 115, 125. 135. 145. WILLIAM WIIITESIIJE WALLACE . Chicago Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. VICTOR WILLIAIVI WALLIN . . Oak Park Accountancy Beta Psi. Accountancy Club, Y. M. C. A. Member- ship Committee. it . .f ' I .- fl 5. . LZ, I X 1. I i I 1 l136l HENRY PATRICK WALs1I . . . Chicago Industrial Administration Theta Kappa Phi. Freshman Track5 Varsity Track. ERNEST GARDINER WAl.TERS . Champaign Chemical Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilong Phi Lambda Upsilon. Chemistry Clubg Illinois Chemist Staff 135. JAMES B. WfKI.TON ..... Bethany Agriculture FLORENCE MARGARET WALz . . . Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Theta. Illiola Literary Socicty5 Woman's Glee Club. Joliet junior College. EDNA LOUISE WARNER .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta. Hockey 1155 Baseball 1355 Daily Illini Staff 115, 1255 Y. W. C. A. Finance Com- mittee 125, Membership Committee 135, Hospital Committee 145. ELISE WARNER ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee 135, Fi- nance Drive Committee 1255 Homecoming Stamp Committee 135, 145. GORDON GEDDES WARREN . . . Chicago Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma. Freshman Swimming Team. HowARn EMERSON WARREN . Champaign General Business MARY LOUISE WARREN . . . Walseka Education Kappa Alpha Theta3 Mortar Board. Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee CI5, House Committee CI5, C25, 435, Second Cabinet C25, C353 Woman's Welfare Com- mittee CI5, C25, C35, Ways and Means Committee C25, C355 Chairman Arrange- ments Committee of Woman's Welfare Opera C353 Daily Illini Staff C253 Student Friendship Drive Committee C253 Home- coming Committee C253 Hello Day Com- mittee C253 Geneva Club3 Shi-Ai3 Illini Theatre Guild Board C35, 4453 President, Y. W. C. A. C45. ROYAL WELDON WASCIIAU . . Chicago Banking Delta Sigma Tau. Commerce Clubg Homecoming Accommo- dations Committee C353 Stadium Pay Up Committee C35. CLARENCE LESLIE WATERBURY . . Polo Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.3 Cast, "Sin"3 University Band. ARTHUR ERNST WATERMAN South Holland Architectural Engineering Band 425, 435, 445- JEAN MiIBEL WATT .... Champaign Physical Education Women's Athletic Associationg Blue Feathersg Chairman Freshman Educational Committee3 Third Stadium Plus Drive3 First Council, Women's Leaguc3 Y. W. C. A. Faculty Finance Drive3 Hockey CI5, 425, 435, Captain C353 Basketball C25, 4353 Baseball C25, C353 Track CI5, C25, C35. Ji-:NNIE WEBIS . ....... Scsser Liberal Arts and Sciences . , -,A ,.:N...,-.C- - 1 . . 1... Q 5 -I - A . I4 .t,.. , ., .., Y-,.-...Y-,gf r rr - Q L i.A.:..-.: ., J..-I Aa.- .-.t...... . 3 , .. 3,1 K! 4 l 2.2 . bw 1, 1 J, if is fm I : ln, lvl ll I. .R MV' lf! l'i , if l . I . l -ti . C C 1 trail J. C. ,A . I . , . V .x.,,.-It ,.-.a::.,... .5...t.W . I . , .,.....a- ...,-.. .-.... .1 1 NA" .I'1T-'F ilQ""'ChAf? ,,, ... ..,. .s....-. .,,. WILLIAM FLOYD WEEE . . . Champaign Accountancy University Band. ZERO WILLIAM WEBB . . . Mound City Journalism Alpha Phi Alpha. A Journalism Association. CHESTER CLAY WEERER . . . Ranloul General Business Phi Sigma Kappa. Skull and Crescent3 Pierrotsg Commerce Club3 Foreign Trade Club3 Freshman Smoker Committee3 Y. M. C. A. Member- ship Drive Committee C253 Dad's Day Transportation Committee C453 Elections Committee C353 Hobo Parade Committee C45 3 Cast, "Carlotta" LEWIS WALLER WEEBER . . . Rantoul Athletic Coaching Acacia. Square and Compassg Intramural Box- ing C253 Second Glee Club C25, C35. MARION INEZ WEED ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Omega Pi. Alethenai Literary Society3 Women's Glee Club3 Emera3 Daily Illini Staff C153 Y. W. C. A. Music Committee C45, Home- coming Registration Committee C453 First Council Woman's League C45. VIVIAN FAYE WEIEDON . . . Wilmetle Liberal Arts and Sciences ANN MARGARE'rIfIA WEGFORTII . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Delta Phi. Daily Illini Staff C353 Freshman Frolic Committeeg Freshman Vice-Presidentg Y. W. C. A. Hospital Committee C353 Chorus, "Oh Boy." Louis EUGENE WEIINER . . Washington Agriculture ARCHIBALD PETER WEIHL . . Waterloo Liberal Arts and Sciences Philomathcan Literary Societyg Pre- Legal Clubg Law Clubg Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade C35, Major C45. JOSEPH JOHN WEILER . Vincennes, Ind. Architectural Engineering Tau Beta Pig Gargoyleg Pi Mu Epsilon. Architectural Socictyg Newman Club. Preliminary Honors. BESSIE FRANCES WEINPER . . . Chicago Education Sigma Alpha Lambda. EDWARD ROBERT WEINSTEIN . . Chicago Law Eorm LUCILE WELCIT . . .' . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. EDNA EARLE WELD ..... ,Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta. James Millikin University. ,l r 1. , , lkt Fill QQ 5 . , -Y YY, .. 'swf 5 I f .ima ,sfJ2e.....f,.e fi. f , I .K W -,,:.,...,! 3-.,,-C1-7--. L, . J L, , , .Y .--e,-0-1-.-?..1.+y5'qH, , Ar. an .. .... a.. .. V- '- .LR-.A..i1T-.,.,. ,.s.. i...1 on . 5.f3'5"""2f'rZ'H.:':nh1 5 ' I L1J2.L.ff5.f..1l. ' ,i ri 1 V 1 I . I g 2. 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Homecoming Accommodations Commit- tee C355 Junior Informal Dance Commit- teeg Captain Union Membership Drive C45 g Stadium Pay-Up Drive C35. EARL PARIS WELLS ........ . . . . . Muskegon Heights, Mich. General Engineering Pi Kappa Phig Tau Beta Pig Sigma Tau. EVERETT FRANKLIN WELLS . . . Aledo Liberal Arts and Sciences Psi Upsilong Phi Delta Phig Ma-Wan-Dag Sachem. Tu-Masq Skull and Crescentg Daily Illini Staff CI5g Student Council C453 Sophomore Football Managerg Junior Football Man- agerg Football Manager C45. PHILIP VORIS WELSHIMER . . . Neoga Banking and Finance ETHEL MARIE WENrz . . Edwardsville Liberal Arts and Sciences KIRK AMEROSE WERDEN . . Wauconda Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Phig Sigma Tau. A. S. C. E. . FREDERICK WILLIAM WERNER . . . . . . ...... . . Murphysboro Accountancy Square and Compass. HAROLD WILLIAM WERNo . . . Chicago General Business Pi Kappa Alpha. Sophomore Baseball Manager. HAROLD E. WERTz . . . Denison, Texas Athletic Coaching Cosmopolitan Club. CHARLES ARTHUR WESNER . . Robinson Law BALLARD E. WEST . . . . Urbana Accountancy . . DOROTHY IRENE WEST . .. Champaign Education Pi Delta Phi. Gregorian Literary Societyg University Orchestra 123, 133, 1435 Le Cercle Fran- caisg Y. W. C. A. Social Service Commit- tee, Girl Reserve Adviserg Geneva Club. Northwestern University. MAx ANSCOMB WESTON . . Kewanee Pre-Legal .Kappa Delta Rhog Gamma Eta Gammag Sigma Delta Chi. Pre-Legal Clubg Daily Illini Staff 123, News Editor 133, Column Conductor 133, Associate Editor 1435 Y. M. C. A. Recep- tion Committee 1235 Spanish Prize 113. Preliminary Honors. JOSEPHINE ISABELLE WEVER . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Alpha Chi. Daily Illini Business Staff 133, Column Conductor 143. 9 . ...A , .. .,. ,..., --.-,,,Iw,..---, A5 . '-if A T I i I t,-...i.,J.. ,-..-., 1, I.-......X, -I , , 4 ,il 1,5 ' e , . T., I-I 'i ,I . ..--.-,r .-... ...Ty . 4 1 f ,I -"N N. ..i I and ,A,f..J.,fs..l.....4rL .nv , . 'Ii .il .I .. x.g ji el. 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Social Service Committee, Entertainment Committee. Rockford College. MARION ISABEL WHITE . . . Streator Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Omega Pi. . Le Cercle Francaisg Emerag Y. W. C. A. Booster Committee 133, 143, Hospital Com- mittee 133, 143, Finance Drive Committee 143. Knox College. RUTH AGNES WHITE .... Hillsboro Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois College. STUART EARLE WHITE .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Track 1133 Daily Illini Staff 1I3, 123. WAYNE STEVENSON WHITE . . Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Cosmopolitan Club. Philomathean Literary Society, Choral Society. ESTHER GRACE WHITESEL . . Charleston Education EDITH MAY WHITFIELD . . . Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. WILLIAM K.WfIITFlELD,JR. . . Decatur Law Alpha Tau Omegag Gamma Eta Gamma. PHILIP HARVEY WIIITMORE . Evanston Electrical Engineering Sigma Chi. WILLIAM REEME WIDICK . . . Decatur Civil Engineering ESTHER WIELAND ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi5 Alpha Sigma Nu5 Mor- tar Board. Shi-Ai5 Womanls Athletic Associationg Athenean Literary Society5 Student Coun- cil C435 First Council, Woman's League C23, C33, C435 Third Council, Woman's League C33: Hockey CI3,, C23. C33, 1455 Basketball CI3, C23, C33, Manager C335 Swimming C135 May Fetc Manager CI3, C335 Manager, A. C. A. C. W. Conference C353 Junior Prom Committceg Dad's Day Committee C339 Stadium Pep Committee CI35 Stadium Plus Drive Committee C235 Stadium Dedication Committee C335 Near East Relief Committee C23. RAMON F. Wxxorr . Bound Brook, N. J. Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigma. A. S. M. E. HELEN CAROLYN WILKEN . Gibson City Home Economics Emerag Omicron Nu5 Kappa Delta Pi. Home Economics Club. l I l140l HUGH WILSON WILKIN . Lyndon, Kan. General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon. LAWRENCE AUSTIN WILLCOX . Wyoming Agriculture Phi Pi Phi. Agricultural Club5 Hoof and Horn Club5 National Swine Judging Team5 American Royal Judging Team5 International Judg- ing Team. RUSSEI.DEWITTW1LLEY . . Taylorville Agriculture Sigma Pig Alpha Tau Alpha5 Pi Delta Epsilon. Agricultural Club5 Hoof and Horn Clubg Agricultural Education CIub5 Illinois Agri- culturist Staff C33, Circulation Manager C435 Ag Roundup Committee5 Ag Open House Committee 5 Little International Committee. HELEN WILLIAMS ...... Urbana Home Economics Anonian Literary Society. LUCILE EMILY WILLIAMS . . Potomac Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha. MARY ETIIEL WILl.lAMS . . . Vandalia Floricnlture Floricultural Club5 Horticulture Clubg Burrill Botany Club. University of Michigan. ORAL BERNICE WILI.IAMs . . Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phig Mortar Board. Illiola Literary Societyg Woman's Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A. Undergraduate Repre- sentative, Finance Drive, Second Cabinet C23, C33, First Cabinet C435 Woman's Ath- letic Association5 Hockey CI3, C23, C335 Basketball C33 5 Sociological Societyg Chair- man, Statc Committee on World Education5 Stadium Clean-Up Driveg Stadium Relief Fund Drive. Preliminary Honors. ' STANLEY EDWARD WILLIAMS . . Chicago General Engineering Electrical Engineering Societyg General Engineering Society University of Cincin- nati. BEATRICE MARCELLA WILLIAMSON . Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Theta Pi. JAMES K. WILLIAMSON . . . Nashville Banking Inter-Collegiate Flying Clubg Captain, University Brigade. McKendree College. EUNICE FLORENCE WILLIS . . Elmhurst Liberal Arts and Sciences HAROLD BOWEN WILLMAN .,... . . . . . . . . Hartford City, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences ABRAM GERALD WILSON . . . Fairview General Business Phi Gamma Delta. Knox College. DOROTHY WILSON ..... Hinsdale Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma. . . ,.....i., . .. .,,- '.-.'.JV, lI4Il ELEANOR FAY WILSON .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Delta Phi. Burrill Botany Club. Northwestern University. EJXIILY GERTRUDE WILSON . Dalton City Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omegag Bethany Circleg Emera. Gregorian Literary Societyg Anonian Lit- erary Society g Burrill Botany Clubg Stadium Plus Drive C23. HENRY GROss WILSON .... Atwood Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Upsilon. Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Wrestlingg Stadium Pay-Up Committee 633. NAOMI ESTHER WILSON .... Urbana Physical Education Alpha Delta Theta. Woman's Leagueg Choral Society C133 Woman's Athletic Associationg Blue Feath- ersg Women's Life Saving Clubg Life Sav- ing Club Reception Committee C43 3 Basket- ball C13, C335 Baseball C13, C339 Hockey C333 Y. W. C. A. Recreation Committee C23- WILLIAM CHARLES WILSON ..... . . . . . . . . Union City, Ohio Athletic Coaching Acacia. ARTHUR HARRY WINAKOR . . Springfield Accountancy Preliminary Honors. W1l.LARD JACOB WISE . . La Porte, Ind. General Business Phi Delta Theta. Tu-Masg Enterpriser Staff C235 Stadium Drive C335 Chairman Homecoming Finance Committee C433 Assistant Cheer Leader C33- RUTH WISE1X'IAN ..... Long View Home Economics Home Economics Clubg V. W. C. A. Gar- wood Home Drive Committee C35, Finance Drive C45 3 Second Council, Woman's League C35, C45. FRANKLIN WOELEV WOEI.TGIC St. Louis, Mo. Electrical Engineering Theta Xi. E. E. Societyg A. I. E. E.g University Band C25. WII,TilAltf WEBSTER W0IIl.FIlllTH Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences ROBERT M. W0l.l5 ..... Chicago I ' General Busimrxs " Theta Delta Chi. Y Northwestern University. f v 2 , JOHN G. W0l.1' .... Alchison, Kan. General Business University of Kentucky. CHARLES HENIQY WOI.lfF . . . Peru Ceramics ' Gamma Pi Upsilong Keramos. American Ceramics Societyg Engineering Open House Commit.tee C25Q Chemistry Show Committee C35. CLARA K. Wooo ....... Cairo Liberal Arts and Scielzcex Woman's Athletic Associutiong Woman's Welfare Committee C353 Y. W. C. A. Doll Show Committee CI5, Finance Drive CI5. Y A . we- .-.v-f.f.-.-.vw - - K. ,. W. I ,. .v,...,..,. ,,-,.--..,...,,,.. . .V . . ..- . -.. ...sew ...,.. - ., - .,"fH " . .' V. 4. I. .H an . fy..-7-aye. 1- ',e.-.-.s-'QM A Q.. - ., ,tv 3 , ,,...,T..--V-.n.f7....., g . 1 I. ff-5"tf': ,A 4L' W.-f, f if , . , .A .,... ,...,. ,.,...,- ,af...a.1...... .. I ,. fm ,J .-, I1 1.3 t',l 5 l 'JY .A 4.5 .-.,., Q .1 .I Q.. 'K C A .. 1-1.1. 5. I I .t..,..,,V.,-...ff ff- ".l'. ek Fi ,., H...-.An.vf,L..:.wi,f. .Mg Q-,.,.. ..., W ' I -i-1-n . f e- ,. ,..,. ....,,' ' , ..,.. , ,, s i . i iv Q. 1 . f.. f-, i142l ,, A . ,Q 1.-'C.',..O s'r'7---.1--'q"""r'I ' - --IM' rr-Of., '..iu,v , f, ...-4r,a' ..f,1.T"t...r. . .. . . .' ,. .L MARGARET CAMPBELL WOOLARD . . . . . . . . . . . Wauwatosa, Wzs. Liberal Arts and Sciences EUGENE WORMLEY .... , Kinmundy Agriculture JOHN CLIFFORD WORTH . . . Chicago Athletic Coaching Pi Kappa Alpha. Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Foot- ballg Freshman Varsity Baseballg Varsity Baseball C25, C35, C45. MARY TIIEYE WORTHEN . Waterloo, Ia. Architecture Sigma Kappag Alpha Alpha Gamma. Daubersg Architectural Societyg B. A. I. D.g Illio Art Staff C25, C355 Architectural Year Book Staff C255 Poster Committee, Woman's League C255 Poster Committee, Y. W. C. A. C453 Stadium Campaign C155 Woman's Chairman, Architectural Service Bureau C45. ANNETTE WRIGHT ..... Springfield Home Economics Home Economics Clubg Sociology Clubg Blue Featherp Chemistry Clubg Menorah. CHARLES THOMAS WRIGHT ..... . . . . . . . . Menominee, Mich. Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Mu San. LoU1sE WRIGHT . . . Evansville, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Daily Illini Business Staff C35, C45. Evansville College. Donornv HEl.ENE WRIGLEY . Wyoming Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma. Stadium Drive Committee Cz5, C355 Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive C255 Orange Feather. EDWIN PUC!-IU WU . . Shanghai, China Railway Civil Engineering Chinese Students Club: Phi Kappa Ep- silon. A. S. C. E., Railway Clubg Friendly Re- lations Committee. WILLIAM JOHN WYKE . Edgewood, Pa. Athletic Coaching Theta Alphag Sigma Delta Sigmag Delta Theta Epsilon. FRANK WILLIAM YARL1N1a . Forest Park Electrical Engineering E. E. Society, A. I. E. E.g Sophomore interscholastic Managerg Y. M. C. A. Cabi- net C453 Lieutenant, University Brigade C35, Major C45. THOMAS Co1vF1N YARNALL . . Chicago General Business Alpha Tau Omegag Band of X. Tribe of Illini, Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsity Track C25, C35, C453 Sophomore Smoker Committee. MIl.DllED REED YATES .... Rantoul Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi. .Illiola Literary Society, Spanish Clubg Big Sister Committee C35, Chairman C453 Woman's Citizen Committee C355 Hello Day Committee C25, C35, Dad's Day Tag Committee C355 Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show Committee C35, Upperclassmen Member- ship Committee C35, Chairman Alumni Committee C45, Second Cabinet C45, Girls' Reserve Finance Committeeg First Council Womans League tsl. C45. ROBERT WILLIAM YATES . . Oak Park General Business Alpha Tau Omega. I Tribe of Illini, Tu-Masg Freshman Var- Slty Trackg Varsity Track C35, C455 D8d'S Dey Committee. .I 5 .3 f 1 to 1 H.? 'f:l-qir1rou'-Qq"r'5:"-- l- . i-.J ,fd it-'E fi-l lu , . fl' fini L Z .L 4. At, V , .f Mt T ,'f',.3.,,...Gf.LZ.L......-,t..:..,A.. t Wg' --L . 3' 31 iii ' 4 3 1' ..X ,.. .f Je.-i,..1....w........L-.... . i?'7N'sj' fwrffg: f -A-'nvpd...l-.l4n.- A A. . f.A.....L , ,.... .--.,,. --1,-L--J L...,A NA i..J.,-Sn. .u....u-6. ,W ' w ii-tt mv ,,xr get 'A :wi ,ffl .,j.f4 .R E 'i imc lit ,. W rv ,g A-Qi , , A -I fi f' vii k:'f'.-3s."' I 'gf' 1 lf' lb '..1-.!,1..L.flu-4,-f'A.?S,x ar w' ffl ar' 1.1 VT 1 1 fri M . , 3 X. 1 f' V, A. tr. 3 'fzf 1 Q Vs V in F V, . ' Al itvl . x 4 Hx-5 5 , ., I., . 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J g . .,'....,.'.' . .t.a.,'l 1" 1 -' A 4.1 " .X...: X . X . l 1, 143 l .ml " l if li lp it .tl .H Q AN1'o1N1a'rT1a LUCILLE YODER Hamlet, Ind. Education ,lamesonian Literary Society, Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee. l MoRr1A11aR ALEXANDER YOUKER . . . A .... .....RiverForest Chemical Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilong Phi Lambda Upsilon. Illinois Chemist Staff C25, C35g Chemis- try Open House Executive Committee C35. CHARLES THOMAS Youxc. . . Pekin Agriculture . RoaLR1'YU,JR. . . . Tientsin, China Railroad Administration ' Cosmopolitan Club. fi l .5 l 1 .N xl .': ARTHUR '1'1r1soooRE YUENGER . Chicago Industrial Administration l GICNEVIEVE FERNE ZACHARY . . Carlyle Education ALLAN NORIKIAN ZACIHQR .... Peru - General Business Square and Compassg Alpha Delta Sigma. Lieutenant, University Brigade C35, Cap- tain C45 g Dad's Day Accommodations Com- mittee, Homecoming Program Committeeg Homecoming Stamp Sales Committeeg Y. . M. C. A. Meetings Committee, Student 'E Friendship Drive Committee, Union Recep- tion Committeeg Illinois Union Member- ship Committee, Cap and Gown Com- mittee. CASIMER STANLEY ZALEWSKI . Chicago Accountancy Kappa Tau Beta, Beta Alpha Psi. Concert Band, Accountancy Club, Cast, "Carlotta." FREDERICK CHARLES ZELTMAN . . Alton General Business Delta Sigma Pi. Commerce Clubg Illini Chamber of Com- merceg Homecoming Information Commit- tee C435 Dad's Day Committee C43. Shurtleff College. DAISY LoUIsE ZIEGLER . Clarkston, Wash. Education Delta Zeta. Washington State College. University of Idaho. Lewiston State Normal School. HARRY HUDSON ZIEGLER . East St. Louis Accountancy Theta Upsilon Omega, Alpha Delta Sigma. Second Regiment Band CI3, C23, C333 Cast, "Captain Applejackf' HENRY WENSEI.L ZIMMER Kansas City, Mo. Accountancy Phi Gamma Delta. I - ! l i l ,Il "Vx 'Q 4 .I qi..-C .'i .I. , ll44l DONALD ROY ZIMMERMAN . Oak Park Industrial Administration Chi Phi. RAY ZINGREBE ....... Dwight Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Taug Phi Eta Sigmag Scab- bard and Blade. Lieutenant, University Brigade C33, Lieu- tenant Colonel C43. ARTHUR FRANK ZITZEWITZ . . Chicago General Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilong Phi Alpha Lambda. Tribe of Illinig Varsity Gym Team Cx3, C23, C435 Captain, University Brigade f3l. WALTER M. ZIVI ...... Chicago Journalism fu " 1 . -7,7 '. , ., .. .. V' We , . ' ., , - , jfwy -fourth Qffmzzwzl Commencement, 1925 ORDER OF EXERCISES MONDAY, JUNE 8 Commerce, Law and Music in the Deans' Oflices, and Military Band Promenade Concert, Gymnasium Annex, S p. m. by thC.FHCUlty Ofhthe College of Engineering ln Engineering Library, 3 p. m. THURSDAY, JUNE II Military Band Concert, Quadrangle, 7:30 p. ni. Senior Ban, Gymnasium Annex, S pl m. President's Reception, Womanls Building, S p. m. Commencement Exercises of the College of Medicine and FRIDAY, JUNE I2 Dentistry, and the School of.Phurmacy, Ashland Class Day Exercises, Auditorium, 9:30 a. m. Boulevard Audltorlumv Chlfal?-01 10230 8- m. Military Band Concert and Lawn Festival, Lawn, 1:30 p. m. SUNDAY, JUNE I4 Annual Meeting of Phi Feta Kappa, Womanls Building, 3 p. m. Baccalaureate Address, Auditorium, 4 p. m, l Alumni Class DJDIWYS, 6 D- m- The Reverend Frederick Franklin Shannon, D. D., 5911101 Ball, Gymnasium Annex, 3 P- m- Pastor of Central Church, Chicago SATURDAY, JUNE I3 MONDAY, JUNE I5 Alumni Reunion, Illinois Union, 9 a. m. Fifty-fourth Annual Commencement, New Gymnasium, Annual Alumni Meeting, Auditorium, 10:30 a. m. 10:00 a. m. Alumni Luncheon, under the Elms, 12:30 p. m. Address, David Kinley, Ph.D., LL. D., President Receptions by the Faculties of the Colleges of Agriculture, of the University i , V ' blwngs THE SENIOR BALL, GYM ANNEX, JUNE xx, I925 l145l f .A P 'u .7 Q fs- yi? 3 W ' A 'Niijke ,, QxQ,,5'R1:Zq,jgf.f9,,, if J' "':9E'5Dgv.. .r ' . gg-zeunlxir .YYY r 'LQ ' -1. .5 T H E ' 3' Y ' 1.2.2 7 1 'va 1 ' Q, '. 95, f -- , 41422.35 my ,dm 0 3 . xx Ave .40 , K 4 . - 43, .66-51, Y 'K B Z mx ffkjfggml wg I g - ' 1 . L . ,a , ga 14 3 If va M , . Q Q v V' :9 x' F, Si fe 62 fy ng ,fr ll 3 5? 04 ls! , W U QI 'X 5 1 D ly .J xg D" 5' rr! E9 0 'E ,Q 9. ha Q 3 RV' W ,, , Eff -5- - 4 hy W N Q A G S 9 if P1 II to P ' 3 'Z- lin Uk Q4 Q 5' uv' Q9 -u vi '0 15 'I' F V ll ff? as 6' nd Q A fl P3 Q , M L. S in iq GI Q2 E5 Y-3 E 0' 5 fn' , I. -'3'?.c:,, 'Q . ., Egsvasx, L. Y 4 ., W igyftlvaej - A c.1'5qg19,-345 E I 5. Q ' ' 1 13 - 1,m.1?i.5Eqy3 . mc. v 0 -ifliyfxgn Q .,-I. - 2 " ..f 9 . U 1 . 21:1Z,lT5cl,qi4r.4 I, " :EX-J . . K .1,,,QQ3m at hx J, Lge. I-1461. I-1471 Ju 10 5 - RICHARD N. JONES President, First Semester Clays JUNIOR-FACULTY RECEPTION COMMITTEE WELDON 0. KRETSCHMER, Chaimmn EVAN HOWELL FOSTER LAMB WILLIAM HOWARD FRED CLARK VIRGIL A. WIESE HELEN WORST JULIA SAWYER HELEN HOLMES FLORENCE FINN Q MILDRED BOYSEN JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE GEORGE KAPPUS, Chairman JOHN B. SOLON WILLIAM P. MARQUAM GERALD F. PAULEY RICHARD SUNDERLAND JOHN QUEENAN JOSEPH BELSLEY FLORENCE DULL BYRON MELVIN RAY GUY JOHN DUNCOMBE SARAH FISHER DOROTHY BREDEHOF1' ANNE TREADWELL H. C. SMITH R. H. ADAMS L. F. MURPHY BERNICE BONER DOROTHY WELKER CLYDE COFFEL EDWARD MITTLER ommzfieef I 1493 W. RAY GUY President, Second Semester JUNIOR INFORMAL COMMITTEE JOHN S. DUNCOMBE, Chairman F. E. HOLLAND J. D. DANIELSON C. W. SCHAFER A. L. BOECK C. H. FRIEDMAN R. E. GRENLEY JULIA SAWVER GRACE GOODMAN KAY TYLER MARIAN JOHNSON SENIOR HAT COMMITTEE WILLIAM FITZHUGH, Chairman T. H. DOESCH ER EVAN HOWELL J. B. SOLON L. F. MURPHY P. H. LARRION J. M. KLEES J. W. QUEENAN G. F. PAULEY R. D. SUNDERLAND I 1 . 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SCHLENZ BERNIE A. SHIVELY JOHN F. SITTIG . DONALD B. STOOKEY PAUL J. THOMA MAX W. VEST JUSTIN G. VORSE PERCY A. WASHBURN ,t xv' r al ,,...,.,., ..... , I f,-,L-,.-.-,..... ......., T A ,,J, ,,.,, '!,1 lI5Ol r., 1 A 1 l .VX U l I 4 if P r llj V 1 . fn. s f ff. lj' Sli' g iii" l YG -1 1 v V. W' ,sal ...K 1 6 FT, rw A1 Eli J .:' lil 1 Qll K, ts' ,,.r 51 1 1 fr ill ir Wi ls Brown Fisher Boner Tyler Flom Walker Baird Deere Hansen Bowton Oldfather Christie Pu rves Huelster Glenn Merrill Faulkner Treadwell Burton Fraker Moore Disque Sperling Bresee Erwin Dry Hilgard McIlwain Weston Ba JAUNITA BROWN SARAH FISHER BERNICE BONER KATHERINE TYLER MARY FLOM JULIA WALKER ENID BAIRD LORA DEERE ALICE HANSEN OLIVE BOWTON HELEN OLDFATHER ESTHER CHRISTIE Women's Junior Honor Society Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 Members in University JESSIE PURVES LAURA HUELSTER ROBERTA GLENN MILDRED MERRILL JEAN FAULKNER ANN TREADWELL MARGARET BURTON ELIZABETH FRAKER A FRANCES MOORE ELIZABETH DISQUE LOIS SPERLING LOUISE BRESEE HARIETT ERWIN KISIJ VAILLE DRY RUTH I-IILGARD JEAN MCILWAIN JANET WESTON VELMA BALL l ALICE CHEEK ELIZABETH nAv1s SARAH Lou DAGUE FLORENCE FINN GLADYS HosLER FRANCES LEWINTHAL LUCILLE RIDDLE Tie Class 0fIQ2c9 CHARLES D. WARD IRVING E. POEHLER President, First Semester President, Second Semester The Class 0fI929 GLEN E. CHAPMAN President, First Semester FRED A. NICHOLS President, Second Semester f1S2J Wallic'Dc-uc-l Jim Barr Jerry McLaughlin John Corlcy Oral Williams ,ex -4 1 'lganw CA Q 1 N, 7 ?Wf:3l 'IQ13zQLlCx55EL i "l' Swede Hall jane Louise Brown Zeke Fox Art Pricbe ..a Esther Xvicland Holly Martin jc-an McIlwain Ann Trcadwcll Dorothy Mulberry Jily PUFVPS fI53J Dan Kinsey Nora Null Marion McCarthy Ken Carpenter Florence Belshaw Don Bushnell Buck Drcycr CA BP : S LEAl9iEuR Tick Murvin l 1541 Rus Daugherity I'uul Thema Zyl arg I' I r Q, . fl -,fr . .J 'N Ted Haines Bob Marsh n an I, Max Weston Tom Bea-be la 5" 5 2 ,l lf vii 1. ,-all fr ff '. W- ,A Q rx ,Q W ig 193 rx ri , 1 fi . Q1 ' Q X , 5 Q f mc N M. ,. al ' ' l r 5 5' 4 I . ' tt .il 5 N426 ' 9 .5 ' JI' L Chuck Kassel Florence Finn Ockie Goebel Mary Burnier Al Bingham f . -,F 1 K l ' 5 f- v l W K I ' ' -:S - .' ' ' f, -' ' KW' lx . . 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They are pre- sented with the hope that they may serve to preserve the memories of these days, and may give those who are un- acquainted an impression of University activities. . v "1 ' -., . I X,-n1 -- um-ngm... W . 'v-.szxwnh-N' W " K' ' "N-..., I ""-,.. N "S, - ' 'N-Q, --.. . MK N . ' -,A -..,. H. 5. ?-X lm'-ss -.. fx --N - Q 4, . . N-, Um ,N-w. 'I N-,Av Q. "-Um, . .- xl C' .7'- "5-..' ""' V.. L W ,,,,,,,,. THE BROAD WALK IN WINTER fI6oj v 4 , ,4 ., V flx,:..7..Lf,,.nt,A-Ii., 7 v " .4.'lw ,V Y. ., .- M- fin-Q....Q1.1..r -..1.,. -. 'a 2 ' ' I X . . ...nu H: G Q5 ,, 1 . . iff H u.. L, I.. K, I-1 V. nf 1 PART OF THE SOUTH CAMPUS l:I6IJ Above and bclow Tha crowds of a record breakzng regzstratwn, which necessitated three days for zts completzon vu -ff my S 3: fn Lx. -rw Z 'l5l'5fif3.', The band leads thc crowd into the Stadium for the second annual Illini Wel- come. The Freshmen were greeted by Presi- dent Kinley, and were introduced to other notables. The annual Pow-Pow has become a permanent institution in the activities of the University. fI62:I JVFSTV ' "Eff NYU", v X. ,AA ay' Us mtl X,- Y. ,W W, w 1 s 111 During the ten minutes while classes pass, the campus walks are crowded. The bell rings and they are deserted except for stragglers dashing from a P. E. class in the gym to the New Commerce building. X 1 X l ,L W l r I l X w I ll X l 1, :lr ,- N ft: .., A 3 Y ul 1 ill' .A l ,, "ii l lf, MM wi 1' ffl ,QQ The Lincoln Hall entrance , f, F at night. vi-H Right: The senior bench I ,lip receives its annual decora- 1 1' tion of freshman numerals, WH followed by the usual fu- -lq tile attempts of conscien- sig tious members of the class to cleanse it. l 1 ll li M1 v 'N -, ix Al I w The noon time rush. A class out under the trees in the early Fall. lI63l L FRANK LEAHY RUTH SCHWEMM General Chairman W0man's Chairman 077166'077ZZ7Zg SUB-CHAIRMEN Accommodations' . ..... G. A. KAPPUS, HELEN OLDFATHER Information . . .......... J. B. SOLON General Sales . . . O. O. HENRY, KATHERINE TYLER Reunion . . . . F. J. MCMANUS, HELEN GREGORY Finance . . . . W. J. WISE, ELIZABETH LAMBERT Hobo Parazlc . ........ R. H. MELANGTON Decorations . . H. C. KNIEBUSCH, JEAN FAULKNER Awards . . ......... R. M. MITCHELL Registration . . . B. H. MELVIN, MARY STILLFIELD Mass Meeting . ........ W. S. MAGNER Publicity . . . .... L. F. MURPHY Programs . . . . D. KIRSCH, ELEN HOLTEN Knppus Solon Magnet Melvin McManus Kniebusch Kirsch Murphy Wise Oidfather Holten Stilliield Tyler Faulkner Lambert Gregory H641 Ilomecomers' ears begin their in- vasion of the Twin Cities. .mia Bennie Friedman about to throw one of his paxses in the big game. Chicago trafic ojiicers standing on the side lines. Their help was required to direct the heavy traffic. Below: The crowds file into the Stadium. and the band played "Hail to H651 the Orange " -1 The Seniors turned out in large numbers for the traditional Hobo parade. The inducement of a free trip to Pennsyl- vania for the winner made competition keen. Clever costumes were displayed. ' Grange and his movie contract. ..,,2 I 1661 P Below: Little glimpses into the lives of the great-"Red" I I , X . .Qt -55 x Lighting effects made the decorations most striking at night. Ilomfcoining dec- orations were elab- I oraltr' and effective, but ilu' rain spoiled mvwyllting. l:I671 Sororitics as well as Fraternities ltclpcd make a colorful Homecoming. . V I A HOWARD MONK MARION MCCARTHY ' General Chairman Woman's Chairman Ta a' ' 5 Ylay SUB-CHAIRMEN Departmental Head . . . ............. J. M. KEYSER '26 Accommozlations ..... . R. W. YATIES '26, RUTH NORCUM '27 information and Registration . ....... P. K. SHANKS '28 Transportation ..... . . C. C. BRAUN '21 Entertainment ..... . . J. S. DUNCOMBE 'z Finance . . .... J. B. SOLON '27 Programs . I. O. T. WORKINGER '27 Tags . . . . LILLIAN NILSON '27 Rereptian . . JICANNE MCILWAIN '2 W. F. LODGE President, Dads' Association 51681 V. 1, s. 'A- ' X,'!'.' 4135? cfs' ' .F -"lif3":t',fTi-111 s 1, ,,.. uv' Novel formx of pro- tection were featured bythe spectato who filled the Sta- A par! of the crowd that saw the game in the rain, but was rewarded by a 'vie- tory over Chicago. dium. TS ritn' ' W- ,W H., . Above: Removing the straw before the game. Dadiv Day and more rain! The field was cov- ered with xtraw, but there wax plenty of mud anyway. Right: The Block "I" men 'marched in together. fs .ax l:I691 4-Ann ii The and ofthe grand march at thc Mili- tary Ball in the New Gym. K Below: A College Hall crowd. '- Q Left: At the Ag Dance. 3' f170l The Axe-Grinders Ball. Above: Jim Barr was cn- lrusled with Illibuck. The honored jew rode to the Urbana-Lincoln in state. v 4 A round the fireplace at "CollPgo." Right: Thr' Sophomore Cotillion in The Junior Round-Up Lrft: A Bradley dance the New Gym. I W Carrfully w c i g lz i n g llzosf' w h 0 IiI'l?'l0 tickets In flu' Junior Prom. Vg. N .,-. - " ' :f'7, ""' ff '- ' --15 -i A " ".. by 2 -'--H-A " G " . fs' IX I , ' , -' -- 1 mf .ff , uw - ' fig V -c,,gq,1?f' f 'W 4- r I 'l,U IINHQ "'. wh? Ab 'Tl ..f..1aww J' U Xollfff , 'MX OUR' le N31-nu f ,N r new IFILM!- gvw, - "" "' "1,'! Wi 'f szon of the 4 Sim X" za... M . . 111'0Ild'LL'lllk. E, H gwzq fmxkif ,nv , ww M ., ' '.- F' '. ,Q f ..'...,.-"- ,A ' ,,T?f.3'M,7-gf' A ' align 3994- if "- ,..f5"" . ::" "' ' ' 1. '-.- -. ' H x 3.-" " 'r-342653-Y x, -.xv-',':'.,5,. ,, ,q .",-5 3- ' f,s, ,,"" -'71 Chr: 5. -J . .Au n 'if -lll U img, ' 1" .. -- 1 - .:J5.4J" - ., ff 1-f,...::'.' ,- M Q" Q-Nm:m,.f,r . uw- ' Brorzrlwalk crowds between classes. lI72J 7" ' A ,...- - , ,,., -Y gmqvf . -if T ..... vw. f n-pf' uGF' Tha Zinc at the Hralllz Service Station waiting jar vaccinations. k . .. .mv ur.:-, ' , .. Bflow: Spvflators al the Relay Carnival. H731 Thr' observa- lnry in win- ter. Voling for .w-cami semester class aj- Jiccrs in the Union 1 lluildiug 7 .Nb 1 ah :,.,:. 'za , '.,...- . '.... -- -l '-1" - A 'I' xvlwlth 'W' " A k."Jff4W1 Campus 'views I V . l IX : Left: Part of the flower gardens-the Residence Hall in the background. 5. A 3, The band poses for a pic- ture before leaving on their annual tour. Illilzuck in an informal pose. I r if 1 agus? ,XX u V, -. . , ., I X ' ' f"'1p,- 1 l , '1 1 s 1 H743 ' up Q' I VH.: , .. n , . 'fini IJ- -An.-f prof, ' 'A' 1 Right: Tharek and Beck in "Sin." Below: Hick- man in the Homecoming Stunt Show. Scene from " W e A r e Seven," pre- sented at Illi- nois Theatre. 175 Left: Scene from "The First Year," Mask and Bauble play presented at the Rialto Theatre. A b ave: Wallie Jentzxch and Beane in "Sin," .1 , i f x Whmgm, The first circus in the Stadium. I , 'R ii te' if i nf ,ggi ' -2 Q.. Circus was ilie cli- max of an exciting week-end for the high school visitors, rw? lI761 NWAM7 1925 I9Z6 -.Ml W mu Au Immun nmrmm Huw .hum VVXUL Crmllv WZNIIMI MNr,:!u Dlull lvurv llumv flIINEDhL FRED Hmmlu Vnx l1rmAr1o lima UILULKI OMAN Hrrwrm Cvllllill HAwm,n Fuwmcn fimxnm Vrrcmi LLSHE HAHNLMAN LUJNAHIJ Mzxnrfn IIAWQ H1110-Y AIVVHAUALD HALL DAN Cnmfru kmgsv AA1euN IKANK Mlufoxv .Imam DURHAM Mfmumeum SAMUEL JOSEPH MAKEEVFR Jmm Wlumrw Mnurk Trnmmiu Jmwuv Muxcvm Ucmsv Drwm IDNIIN CHARLEYS 9rnwAr-1 tvcxm Fwmxuu WELLS 'xx-3-.5 er T". ' 4 ' a JL--.,.:f.nW..... .....,.. 4 LJ.-. s.- Tlm MA-WAN-DA shield on the historic elm. ' 000 nk me 'u P More clowns from llw vircux. N x .K Q . 7' 7 Br'Inu'.' Thr' Sindium r1L night. F177 1 ..,-in , nz-qv -N -ffl:-rzvvggwvfzh . .""'?""1I'7"'3'l'v'7f-7lZ'Y5i'271i""Y E111-Nt? ,. i'.'A:.JLkRU,-1l.Q'?3TZ'm .mtfiiia.CV..'.,f.:..',ne-.?-e,n i..11,,.., -. .'.-- -0- -I---f -x J Inlerefcholzzflic Left: A close finish of one of the heats in the zoo-yard dash. The finish of the high hurdles. II731 . A' iii' The start of the final in the mile run. Another 'view ofthe Sta- d i 14 m at night. J" N, K, . Sccncs from the May Fate-the first one to be held in thc Stadium. H791 Freshman Cap Burning. Hundreds of Frrxhmcn throw their spots into the flames, and finished the evening with an rxciting tug-of-war. Below: Bath- ing Bmntirs at thc Dolphins' Water Carnival. Below: The Sachem Intcr fraternity Sing. Jwilifary ay T h e H o n- orary Colonel awards cups t o t h e i r winners. The 1'e'uiewing ofli vers. Right: Three bands played whilr 3000 cadets passed in review. an-qw. .sg - y-Xa ' vb' '-A' uh.- Lcft: Charlotte Woodward, first Honorary Colonel. I ' The Colors passing the reviewing stand on the drill yield. . , .v Graduates receive their Reserve Corn- missionx, and congratulations from Dean ' ' Clark. mp- , M 1801 0l7Zl726lZ6'6l7Z671l' The first Commencement exercises in the New Gym-President Kinley addressing the Seniors. The band leads the way. Right: Marching into the Auditorium for the Bacca- laureate services. .1w:.3,g,mM,,,m lfr81:I Pvlr' watrlws the line x , si , 1 l 3 1 U , N r E 5 3 I 4 1 w i I I P N ATH LETI CS U 1 vw , t fi GEORGE HUFF Director ol Physical Welfare 'K EORGE HUF F has had a greater influence for good on young men than any other man in the history of the University."-President Kin- ley. Presiding over the athletic destiny of Illinois- foster father of its past, director of its present and prophet of its future-G. Huff epitomizes Illini spirit, a force he instilled into athletics here with the first football team, which he has crystallized into a living thing in his quarter-century reign as director of athletics, and which will be Illinois' lodestar through the decades as her sons march on to the triumphs which Huff's vision has made possible. This is his code: "To play fairly and within the rules, to give the other fellow just the same chance you would like yourself, to win without boasting and to lose without excuses." And it was for the furtherance of this code that Mr. Huff raised his voice against betting on college sports, creating a campus sentiment unfavorable to this practice and causing many other college authorities to fol- low his suit. G. Huff played baseball for Illinois during four years from 1889 to 1893, captaining and manag- ing the team during his last two years. Huff played on Illinois' first football team in 1890, watching the sport struggle from its swaddling clothes stage to one which placed Illinois in the nation's sporting spotlight. He became assistant director of athletics here in 1895, coaching in all sports, and director in 1901. Illinois gave him the title of director of physical welfare in 1924. Mr. Huff has seen farther than intercollegiate sport. He was one of the first to outline a program of "athletics for all" and the Illinois system of intramural sport is famous. The crowning achievement of George Huff's career is the Memorial Stadium. There was an- other outstanding figure in the remarkable cam- paign, which inspired alumni and students to pledge more than two million dollars, Robert C. Zuppke, whose zealous service will never be for- gotten by Illinois men, but it was Mr. Huff who conceived the idea, dared to dream of the great structure and, step by step, carried it through. H831 . 5 ,, 1 I 2 I I ' s . . . - 1 V W . M.. M , 1 ly 1 1 E . lf. Huff Williams Goodenough Griffith Kiler Barr Fox Wells Corley Hahneman Dreyer he Uftlzletzb Cozmczl OFFICERS JAMES W. BARR . ..... . Pfcxidcnt l .4 l 1 l FACULTY MEMBERS l GEORGE A. HUFF C. C. WILLIAMS GEORGE A. GOODENOUGH COLEMAN R. GRIFFITH ALUMNI MEMBERS C. A. KILER L. M. TOBIN 1 l STUDENT MEMBERS JAMES W. BARR EYERETT F. WELLS JOHN P. CORLEY WILLIAM A. DREYER FRED H. FOX VERNE C. HAHNEMAN , lI84l 3' -. ' 1 Xml-TUV: " tl X' AX vv tg '42 126,35 I ft ri .' li El Architect's sketch of the New Gym. The south unit is now being completed. The Gym seats 7,000 spectators, more than 3,000 of them in the balcony in uoperam chairs and the rest in temporary bleachers. THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HAS OUTLINED AN EXTENSIVE EXPANSION PROGRAM, AND IT IS PLANNED TO FINANCE THE PROJECTS OUT OF FOOTBALL PROFITS. THEY PROPOSE TO- Build concrete walks and streets at the Stadium. Endow University chairs of research in ath- Build a skating rink in the west Great Hall. letics. Floor and wall the east Hall for intramural Construct a tunnel from the armory to the new athletics. gym- Sod six playing fields at the Stadium. Construct a south main stand of the Stadium to New baseball stand for Illinois field. seat 16,ooo people. Construct zoo tennis courts. .-..zs.. , . r 5 yr in li 4 ,Q i .,: f his ,,,,,, 1 Q This will give you an idea of the appearance of the west .Great Hall of the Stadium when it is converted into an artificial ice skating rink, one of the projects which the Athletic Association will undertake. The rink will be for the use of the student body from Oct. 1 to April 1. The Hall is 414 feet long, 50 feet wide and 30 fact high. l18sJ Y. Illzhozlf spiny 121,121 77113 swim for fighting Illzkzozb' AJESTIC, almost overpowering in its mag- nitude and grandeur, Illinois' Memorial Stadium is a magnificent expression of the loyalty of more than 2o,ooo alumni and students whose contributions made it possible. The Stadium is unique in American architec- ture. Most stadia, built with the sole idea of ac- commodating the largest number of spectators, are unadorned masses of steel and concrete, whose brightness soon weathers into dingy gray. But Illinois' Stadium is more than a gigantic grandstand built around a football field. Beauty has been combined with utility by the use of red brick and white stone, and age will only add to the attractiveness of its walls. The Stadium is an impressive memorial to the men of Illinois who gave their lives to their coun- try in the World War. Their sacrifice is nobly commemorated by stately memorial colonnades surmounting each stand, one column for each man who died. These two great promenades, each 414 feet long and I5 feet wide, overlook the campus and surrounding country at a height of 62 feet. Utility has been well served, for 75 per cent of the seats are along the sides of the gridiron, "be- tween the. goal posts," as commonly expressed. Yale's bowl accommodates only 33 per cent of its crowd and Ohio State's stadium less than 5o per cent, in such a favorable location. The present seating capacity, 5 5,ooo, can be increased to 67,- ooo by the use of temporary stands. But the Sta- dium is so constructed that in the future it may be enlarged to accommodate as many as 12o,ooo. Without approaches, the building itself covers eight acres. Each stand, including the "ramp" towers at either end, is 546 feet long and the top is II2 feet above the level of the playing field. There are no stairs to climb-access is by means of "ramps" Cinclined passagesj. The Stadium can be emptied in eight minutes. Beneath each stand there is a Great Hall, 414 feet long, 5o feet wide and 30 feet high, without interfering supports, which will be used for basketball, handball and other sports. Training quarters and team and locker rooms, are located in towers on the north end of the stands. The football field is circled by a quarter-mile track, with two 220-yard straightaways. The Stadium will be the center of a vast recrea- tion field, which will include numerous baseball diamonds, football gridirons, tennis courts and fields for other sports. These will be used for the intramural athletics. -U, of I. Bulletin, Jan. 5, 1925. 51861 v i stu' . 'vi J z, -x. V-'I O Q R .,-A .w I . '-4 .., 1 .., U. rt ',i,.:.rgg'f3...L, ,. , - ., Q A . TT""'f'fF'1'ifff"f? M"f""'g -3'T'I'T,1'QZ.jT'ii.ii'ii":"' ifT,TLQ,Z""5"."QQL''iTgjQjTifj"'1j',,,,...fffT MW-W-----he R -'- m e its 1 .y 'fm 5,51 Q tglls ,,.. ...,. . WS! kitty fu ' 1 if tt .tg arsztjf Cheer ea er EM All Wifi QQ! fits Eg .tt 5 E' A SWF? tt: if H M L' Yi iffiif if fm-,i 5529 251543 QU YQ ,E ,fl 1" ,fb-if pi Under the new system, the Varsity i+f':f1 Cheerleader is selected from competi- 351, V1 . . . .H g Vjjx tion, by the Athletic Council, and ,Em does not have to be a senior. -A Russ Hughes is the first Cheerleader gy N to be chosen under this new plan. '-.li gif-7 We fy Q 1 11,-,5 will Yi? P11 ' 'f ijt tiki " 11' M :W W 'ii " ' '-31 N35 Varsity Cheerleader Av I tb? -N ravi I t u 9-9 3 Us I' 'X ' ml Zig j tif, li 'I igilff F iff I Qf H N .. I ' " " 'fl j! 4 V, 7 he Conkrence Jiffedal C Lx! Wi N12 V.-Q Won in 1925 by ggi GILBERT J. ROBERTS 3 4 'nl ri 'A Q. 'Tw Vi .M 1, ff W 5 t Eff.. , 11 ' 1 il Iliff , .f 1 if 'f 3 , U ii n L-i 5 NE '. .4 Hi W Q'-'Z 1 f I mi 1 Z, W' 1 . ,iz . E.. YY' it , Vw P, ll GIL ROBERTS ,tj if 1. M I Q 3,13 i The Conference Honor Medal is presented at the close of the school year to one athlete in each 'Wiki 1114 l university in the Big Ten Conference who ranks highest in scholastic and athletic ability. Gilbert J. iiigi Roberts was varsity ,football center for three years, and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. . , -. st- 1 S , .1 l Q 2 PNY, ' .5 fini-:'EZl"f".,Q....r.,.i-12" ", TQWF., 7IQQ7iu.',I,,3LIfL1...,.fZZ'..,i..,i .LL.QQlQ,'TfiIIfTI.L.f1'liZQffl1fIJ'fQi.l2571, .. , ,.iiX.T,I1'i'f'Q,TQZT'jjQgjL,.Z',,L 'iff' wwf? k',.1-."9wT1l f4s'1i1:-Jim".llfizl-T?-FJ1rg7T"fL3'1gf-:Ll-'1-2"4s. 'Q-133. .MJ L1,,.b-Kif.L,,-L-3'rlQ'?vl:...15.f.1"!h1..tlAll.Nf':rkv"fl tr. .,,.fi.5U1,,s,:"'Q.. sl.-XJ '?.E?tf."i.is-rt iii.. 'Ki?,f4J'55g.i H871 J J: lu. C J. C J. M. lr. Kimmel Johnston Zitzewitz McElwce Coffel Werner Fairfield F. D. Fisher Quackenbush Kinsey Reitsch Marriner Wilson Wickhorst O'Brien Sperry Martin Dickenson Mchock Cooledge Johns Grable Lamb Barta Rue Ponting Klein Hoffman Pletta Yarnall Reynolds Major Erickson Taylor Meislahn Johnson Barnes Simmons Muegge Geis Fell Yates Margolis Tewksbury Mori Shively Schultz Shock McIlwain Leonard Sittig White Wallace D'Ambrosio Hunt Jenks Kenney Brown Bunting Powers Jordan Muhl Haines Perdue McDonald Greathouse Tosetti Brownlee Trzbe of Illzkzz' Organization of Varsity Athletes C. A. MUHL . C. A. BROWN . H. E. KENNEY G. H. EDWARDS GEORGE A. HUFF CARL L. LUNDGREN ROBERT C. ZUPPKE HARRY L. GILL J. CRAIG RUBY JUSTA M. LINDGREN EDWARD J. MANLEY SEWARD C. STALEY II. BARNES F. T. A. BARTA B RITTON BROWN J. BROWNLEE S. R. COFFEL COPELAND M. COOLEDGE W. C. CRAWFORD A. R. K R. B. G. L. C. M H. L. W D' AMBROSIO S. DAUGHERITY J. F. C. H. E. V. DEIMLING DICKENSON DOOLEN EDWARDS ELDRIDGE ERICKSON . In FELL l. .J. GRANGE GREEN A C L. 1: G I-I L H C C J. C V H L. F D F L. L. H. J. G. GEIS GRABLE G. GREATHOUSE O. HOFFMAN Z A. HALL M. HAINES . M. JOHNSON R. JOHNSTON N. JIQNKS J. JORDAN N. KASSEL . E. KENNEY B. KIMMEL W. KINDERMAN C. KINSEY W. LAMB LASSERS M. MARRINER E. MARTIN W. MAUER Officers Members in Faculty GEORGE T. STAFFORD ARTHUR F. SMITH PAUL PREHN DAVID M. BULLOCK CARLOS J. WAGNER FRANK D. MURPHY WALDO SHUMWAY PAUL J. STEWART M embers in University C. A. MUI-IL H. E. MEHOCK A. C. MEISLAHN F. P. MORF L. W. MUEGGE R. MARGOLIS B. A. MCDONALD E. J. MCELWEE W. W. MCILWAIN W. C. O'BRIEN D. H. PLETTA T. C. PONTING F. B. POWERS R. P. PERDUE B. H. QUACKENBUSH W. E. SCHROEDER A. F. SCHULTZ E. A. SHOAFF I'. E. SHOCK G. E. SIMMONS Jlssj J. B. J.. 11. s. A. A. C G. J. H F J: E. R. D. M . . . PfC.Iilit'll1 . . Vice President Secretary-Treasurer . Sergeant-at-Armx F. A. B. CORD C. LIFE MILT M. OLANDER F. P. JOHNSON F. E. ROKUSEK LEO KLEIN A. S. NEVINS HARRY GAMMAGE SITTIG SHIVELY SPERRY L. STELLNER M. M. C. STUTTLE TAYLOR TOS ETTI W. H. WALLACE W. WALDO D. WERNER W. S. N. WICKHORST C. WILSON WORTH R. WHITE D. L. FISHER FISHER W. FAIRFIELD lm R. GALLI VAN LYONS R. LEONARD K. J. LIFE c. F. MAJOR R. Rmrscu K. 1.. R1avNoLDs D. H. RUE F. J. SCHILDHOU 'ix C. YARNALL R. w. YATES A. F. z1'rzmv11'z s. STANGLE G. c. LAW n.c.BUss1av rc. R. THACKER s. soon J. H. Rrrz I A. E. HUMPHREYS V. E. GUNLOCK R. T. WEBSTER ,S UGTB LL f , Ae U N 0 H1 wg 'I 1 X, , . ... 'fi ,,-'aff' f-. A wn"W'- 'Z-'M' 'EY .fP1f'4f.-1 f . .1 ,gn N 0 I A , 'F' 0 ' . ' 4 A A .f:', ,i,g3fW-,'fA3fzf- -5, .1 5 ? 'iq A v ,x I - , 1 I A , . r -'iff -' .6..fQ?'SjiW QI 3 gigfb . " ff-':-qs:5's"'- SL- -' A- A ' 1" 2 A, - uf 'ui 'Mr' " ' - 4 ' ,A h, AJ? .e,,.4PN'5 , i D., 5: 5, ' ,.:,1A Wendi . ,. ', 'Alf - - A. . I4--,AIIIIYLL 14, 'qw A ' 4 A 1 ' QA 'f I 'fA'f'iTi'!""x"?7A." . --9'-A-A ff-'M ' .e"w:'-if-Vff'f, ,1 "" ., . .. J -A " 'A ni n' ' ' ' ' , r . ' ' l fgfi ,4 CAPTAIN GRANGE .4 I 15 fs di L U5 ,A ,-,,,, ,,,, -.-M .,AA ,-,........---,,.,.-..,.,- ...A., ,... --M-,,-,,-.,,-..,..-..AA- .. ., -.-,-. ..,. .... . --- ..A.. H ' ' wwf" W":'L'Y1f"'L7'3f fQVI A, "TTTf'ff2.QEf'ffffflf3I'f'ff,,f,f ""'1Ti'Tfi 'fu' I1891 1 9 9 ff YQ! grunge gained more than two miles of ground in his downs, and made himself the most feared man who ever stepped on a college gridiron. No halfback was ever so closely watched or planned against. Grange personified the all- Q time, all-American back. Alm'ue: Grange wins toss X-X. at Ohio. Below: Another photograph taken at Ohio, 'where Grange played his last collegiate game. "I'll say right here that 'Red' Grange ,na--+ is the greatest player I ever coached." Thus Coach Bob Zuppke spoke to a mass meeting before the Ohio State game in 1924, and "Zup" has coached four all-Americans among the many stars he has uncovered at Illinois. "Red," the thrice all-American half- back, is mightiest of all. lI90l zo games for Illinois. He acquired 31 touch- Grange, Captain Klein, Asst. Coach Wells, Manager Bullock, Trainer Zuppke, Coach Britton Hall Wilson Grnble Olander, Asst. Coach Lindgren Leonard Coolcdge Greathousc Jenks Wickhorst Muegge Fisher Marriner Green Gallivan Muhl Brown Daugherity Kassel Mitterwallner Reitsch Shively D'Ambrosio ROBERT C. ZUPPKE . LEO KLEIN . . . MILT OLANDER . JUSTA LINDGREN . EVERETT F. WELLS . . HAROLD E. GRANGE . . CHARLES E. KASSEL . D. M. BULLOCK . . E. 'I'. ISRITTON C. A. BROWN M. M. COOLEDGIC A. D'AMBROSIO R. S. DAUGHERITY F. D. FISHER R. P. GALLIVAN L. GRABLE H. E. GRANGE F. E. GREATHOUSE W. I. GREEN H. A. HALL THE SQUAD C. C. N. JEN KS E. KASSEL M. R. LEONARD L. M L. C. M. MARRINER . . . Coach Assistant Coach A sxislanl Coach Axsirtant Coach . . Manager . . . Captain . Captain-Elect . . . Trainer . H. MITTERWALLNER W. MUEGGE A. MUHL R. REITSCH B. A. SHIVELY G. N. WICKHORST W. S. WILSON l 191 l C. E. KASSEL Captain-Elect ROBERT C. ZUPPKE Coach Bob Zuppke has blazed many new paths in foot- ball. Many of the newer stratagems of the last decade were devised by his fertile, active mind. The screen pass was first developed by him in 1906. The Nhuddlef' formation for calling signals was first used by Coach Zuppke in 1921. He also originated strategy maps to aid the quarterback, and has organized and simplified game strategy. "If there ever was a student of the gridiron art, it is Zuppke," said Walter Trumbull, in the New York Herald. "He is always visioning new plays and formations, and then getting out on the field and making them come true. Zuppke is known as an inventor of formations and as a man who mixes his football with psychology." Bob Zuppke is a fighter, every inch of him. But he believes in fighting fairly, and Illinois prizes, even more than its record of victories, the repu- tation of its teams for clean and sportsmanlike play. His is a dynamic, forceful personality. He speaks with power and fire, and in the campaign for the Memorial Stadium his voice was a great factor in making possible the great structure, where Illinois teams battle for the honor of the Orange and Blue. It is improbable that any other coach has in- fluenced football in the last decade as much as Bob Zuppke. For eleven years in the summer course he expounded his ideas to the coaches of the United States. Add to them the graduates of the four-year course and it is likely that the strategies and methods of more than 2,ooo coaches reliect his football thought. In 1924 he was signally honored by his profession when he was elected president of the national association of , football coaches. THE SQUAD l 192 'I Y 1 I Cofzffafence ozandzng Won Lost Tied Pct. Michigan . . . . . 5 I o 834 Northwestern . . . . 3 I o 750 Wisconsin . . . . 3 1 1 750 Illinois . . . . . 2 2 o 5oo Iowa ..... . . 2 2 o 5oo Minnesota . . . . I I I 5oo Chicago . . . . 2 2 I 5oo Ohio State . . . . 1 3 I 250 Purdue . . . . . o 2 1 .ooo Indiana . . . o 3 1 .ooo Iflz'n0z'.v' Heard Under Zuppie 1913-IQ25 Games Illinois Ill Played Won Lost 'l'ii-cl Chicago . . . . I3 7 4 2 Ohio .... . . I2 7 4 1 Wisconsin . . . . ro 6 3 r Minnesota . . . . 8 4 3 1 Iowa ...... . . 8 5 3 o Northwestern . . . . 5 5 o o Michigan . . . . . 6 3 3 o Purdue . . . . 4 3 o 1 Indiana . . . 2 2 o o 68 42 20 6 In addition to these 68 conference games, Zuppke's teams have played 27 non-conference games, of which 22 were won and 5 lost. This gives a grand total of 9 5 games played, 64 games won, 25 lost and 6 games tied. Illinois, under Zuppke, has won 5 Big Ten championships, 3 clean cut and 2 tied. SOPHOMORE MANAGERS FV ICRETT F . W Manager w I A A. ,V , V, 1 1 "Q, 1 sf' ' . tg, 4 Pfeiffer Hartman Hovlrmd Trimble Hall SCHLENZ PHU LU S Adsit Grimes Murphy Fox Mcllurney , Junior Managers l193l K . Q . , ,,. The West Stand of the Stadium at the Homecoming Game, Michigan Won, 3-0. LLINOIS' football team played before approx- imately 379,639 people at home and abroad during the 1925 season, the greatest combined attendance in the history of American football. Michigan's I92 5 attendance, 353,000, was second. The Illinois figures were made up as follows: home games-Nebraska, 29,552g Butler, 10,3635 Michigan, 67,8865 Chicago, 70,000Q Wabash, 2O,46IQ out-of-town games-Iowa, 28,0003 Penn- sylvania, 67,877, Ohio State, 85,50o. ' Illinois' total attendance in 1924 was 217,806 and the increase in 1925 therefore was 153695. The estimated gross football receipts for Illinois are S334,5Q4. Out of this must come the football expenses, which up to Nov. 30, 1925, totaled S 50, 5 5 5.66, and the money to pay for the losses in other sports, salaries, and the general running ex- penses of the athletic association. , Desire of the public to see Grange unquestion- ably played a big part in this attendance record. Mx! LLINI hopes for football success in 1926 are very bright. Only ten of the 1925 "I" men will be lost by graduation. They are "Red" Grange, Britton, Brown, Greathouse, Muhl, Fisher, Jenks, Cooledge, Hall and Wickhorst. Grange and Britton are the only regulars lost in the backfield, and their places will be hard to fill, While "Chucki' Brown is the only loss in the line and "Zup" counts on plugging that gap with freshman material. The following "I" men-all regulars-will be back in the fall: ends--Captain "Chuck" Kassel On the other hand, without discounting the draw- ing power of "Red," it should not be forgotten that the Stadium was filled in 1923, before he was famous. Chicago and Michigan probably will draw better than any other teams at Illinois and the Illini last fall had the capacity to take care of the people here. The Stadium has been filled four times-1923 CChicagojg IQ24 fMichiganjg 1925 Q Michigan and Chicagoj. Ohi0's stadium was filled when it was dedicated in 1922 and not again until the Illinois game Nov. 2 1. The Buckeyes increased their capacity to 7 5,000 -and besides sold about 10,000 standing room tickets. Grantland Rice in C olZier's says that this was the largest crowd ever within stadium walls. Illinois' football attendance since 1920 is as follows: IQ20-I25,805Q 192 I-8Q,836Q 1922- I4I,32QQ 1923-202,1 IOS IQ24--2I7,806, 1925 Tear and D'Ambrosio, tackle-Marriner, guards- Shively and Mitterwallnerg center- Reitschg backs-Daugherity and Green. In addition there are Wilson, end, Grable, tackle, Muegge, guard, and Leonard and Gallivan, backs-all capable reserves. With an experienced and powerful line, and a speedy, veteran backiield reinforced by such promising freshmen as Nowach, Peters, Lanum and Timm, Illinois can hope for a title-contender's claim for 1927. l194l 1 li iw alll? , it it If .lx if will Wifi fill :ting 3 l i, 1, ' :xl ii lliglf M ll' UH' illflll EV If 4 Will :lille lfalll ffm' ltr? shi: v1v'f'I Htl . time nz 12, if l l'1'.ll E-'tba 'iiflil 11,75 i. A arf-if gi. l N4 'r 4 F I, .5 . VA' 4. W l ,ju .i- l 1 nildti, i 1, 3 uyf lj' Vi, l-ffl .lui 4 fmt? .KX :All :ll-, LIP! ilu, V-- .gig W -Jlt Jw Y-,. "rl i.', 5 'ii Eff frail ...i 'M N if.- 13-2 , .441 i-'if , I 1 l ffl l :Li 'fill .M 'lr Vw l. :.,v,+ :.x xi l 11,1 3 fl! ii, if :SL 'frilly ' ,- 9f'.F l1ill,"i.'.,T" -"Tl X if I ' ' f --r' 'L ' I ' , ,, . . W , ., . ' Y, .,, M 9 1-4 Nebraskrfs stone wall stops another lf Illini thrust. 'K . . S JL. WILSON Illznozf 0, .7NQQbra.f,6a I4 GREEN "Red ' ' fan alone. HREE words tell the story of Illinois' first defeat in the Stadium and Nebraska's I4 to o triumph in the first game of the 1925 season on a day which fittingly inaugurated the 'fYear of the Big Mud." Grange's interference just wasnlt there. Lead- ing the team as Captain for the first time, the twice all-American halfback of the Illini time and again thundered against the veteran Husker forward wall with which Illinois' green line, lack- ing from tackle to tackle a single veteran of that 1924 line which never had been strong, could do absolutely nothing. The new men-Wickhorst, Muegge, Mitter- wallner, Grable and Reeder-tried hard, Grange gave all he had, running behind a green line with- out interference on a muddy field which precluded fast running or secure footing. The mighty star was set in a new constellation. The men who had cleared the way for him in 192 3 and 1924-Hall, Rokusek, and McIlwain-were absent that day. Intercepted passes broke Illinois. The Illini line let Nebraska through just as Grange loosed one in the first quarter, and Dailey, Nebraska's fleet back, converted it into a touchdown. And in the waning minutes, as Britton and Daugherity threw passes unavailingly in hopes of scoring, an- other Illini heave found Husker hands. Then "Choppy'l Rhodes found a hole in the line for 35 yards, scoring a few plays later. So Ernest Bearg triumph'ed over his old tutor, Bob Zuppke, in a game which surprised the foot- ball world. He had pointed from the first for this game, while "Zup" was waiting for Pennsylvania and Chicago, knowing that his men would derive invaluable experience from a hard opening game. Nebraska'x legions close in on Grange as he 'vainly tries to get away. lrosl HENNIE LEONARD STUB MUHL -, ff: sf--7, 'f'yl AQ if Grange, the fiery meteor of old, eludes Butler's reaching hands and dashes 70 yards for a touchdown. Illzhozlv 16, Butler I3 HE price of Illinois and "Redl' Grange stock was low after the Nebraska debacle. Hopes of a conference cham- pionship were beginning to fade into the background and merge with the ever-present specter of tragedy resulting from a green line. The sport world was questioning Grange's greatness. The questions were answered when Butler invaded the Sta- dium for the season's second game, incidentally the only home game played on a dry field. "Red" swung into his stride of former years for a "Grange-labeled" dash of 70 yards and yet another 11-yard sally accompanied by his first real interfer- ence of the season, contributing two touchdowns to the 16 to I3 victory. Grange's greatest evidence of return to his old form came in the first quarter when he picked up a rolling Butler punt, ran back toward his goal line and then wide around to the right, cutting back across the field in his old way, aided by timely interference, and dashed the remainder of the 70 yards to the goal. Britton's placement, following "Red'sl' second touchdown, completed Illinois' scoring. Butler scored first on a recovered Illinois fumble and again in the last quarter on daring football, threatening yet again in the closing minutes. LOUIS MUEGGE ' ' -r .1 -- -ff -1.--V.. c. ...-,,, "Red" hurdles the Butler wall as the "safely man" circles to head him 017. l196l I 1 I i im Alf., . , V , No gain. Illinois' line .flops the enemy, Illzbzozlf IO, Iowa I2 IOWA broke Illinois' championship hopes and all but broke her fighting heart when the Illini invaded Iowa City for their first conference game. Zuppke's men lost, I2 to Io, in the last two minutes of play. Never was defeat more bitter and less deserved. Hawkeye fight finally overcame a renovated, battling Illini team and the "arrival'l of 'fRed" Grange in his old-time form which had car- ried him to stardom. The defeat was a heartbreaker, nothing less. "Red" Grange apparently started to do against Iowa the tricks he showed Michigan in 1924, for he scored on the first kickoff after travel- ing 85 yards straight down the length of the field. And the same Illini team which gave him perfect interference on that dash backed him in his fierce and unstoppable thrusts into the Iowa line all through the game, halting three of Iowa's goalward drives without scores, allowing but two placements on two of Iowa's other desperate challenges, and finally giving way only HARRY HALL ,,,::,', ROBERT R EITSCH in the last two minutes before the sheer force of the not-to-be- stopped advances of Kutsch and Fry, the former scoring the last-minute touchdown which meant victory. The Illini, riding an early lead on the strength of Grange's touchdown and Britton's placement, coasted on the home- stretch and were nipped at the tape by Iowa's closing rush. . BIERNIIC SHIV ICLV Illinois' line drive is doomed before it slarlx. l197l 'f- -----' - - ., -- ... .-..,.h.-.., -... ... ..-.. .,.... ,..-.--, f 17 Michigan's line rises to stop Grange. Illznozlf 0 , Jlfielzzlgan 3 , OST and Michigan took their revenge. "Red" Grange and Illinois, battling gamely but futilely on a mud-covered gridiron which gave the mighty halfback no chance to get under way against Michigan's powerful line, lost a 3 to o decision to Yost's self-styled "greatest team," and the Wolverines derived What satisfaction they could from a three- point victory in recompense for their 39 to I4 licking on the same field the previous year. iMichigan's renowned passing attack failed miserably, and Illinois' unrespected line rose to mighty heights on defense, repelling Michigan's touchdown attempts. But the Ann Arbor steamroller progressed just far enough to let Bennie Friedman kick a placement in the second quarter. ' The two teams spent the afternoon throwing passes to each other as fast as they could wipe mud off the ball. Intercepted and incomplete aerials spoiled Illinois' last-minute attempts. "Pug" Daugherity reeled off the longest Illini run when he dashed 30 yards to the Michigan 19-yard line. Bad passes threw the scoring chance away. Neither team made substitutions. Grange piloted the team at quarterback, doing a superlative job of it and calling other plays than his own when he could not gain against the muddy field and Michigan's powerful line. "Old 83," Yost's favorite play, produced no touchdowns that day, and Michigan's revenge was but scanty. , MERWIN MI'l"l'I5RlVALLNER . Brztton and Daugherzty lead the interference as Grange assaults the Michigan line. V 4 K K V,..:l.,,.,,M..,,fE,- . . ' 1, sg 4 N. .LM IIQSJ if-If TTT E 'S lil . X l ...as ..,.r. ... . ,, 1 Britton punts, aided by perfect blocking. Illzizozlf 24, Tenagflvaaza 2 ENN SYLVAN IA and the East just had to be shown. And they were shown, for it just had to be done. A skep- tical East, never really convinced of "Red" Grangeis greatness, and a football world which would not allow that Bob Zuppke at last had a football team, were given a sample of "Red," "Zup," and Illini fight when Grange escorted his men to Phila- delphia for the biggest intersectional game of the year. They then went about producing the greatest gridiron upset of the season, humbling Pennsy1vania's vaunted hosts, conquerors of Brown, Yale, and Chicago, by a 24 to 2 score on another mud covered held. Before the game was four minutes old, Grange broke away with a 56-yard run for his first score through the center of Penn's line and secondary defense. On the following kickoff, he dashed to a point 25 yards from Penn's goal, Britton scor- ing from the one-yard line soon after. Following Penn's only score when Britton's kick was blocked for a safety, Hfledv counted again on a 17-yard jaunt after a run from midfleld in the third quarter. He touched off his work in the last period with a third score after a 24-yard run, when the Illini resurrected Zuppke's old "Bea flicker," a triple pass from Britton to Kassel to Grange. The Red and Blue was paralyzed. The East was astounded. "Zup" crossed up the opposition by sending his plays b ck on 3 a -1 1 -1 11-rx 1:5 . . . .,!-.1,4!,,. 'L..L IL ----.. T'I'lI.-.AIN CAPTAIN GRANGE .ff A li., CAPTAIN-ELECT KASSEL ' ' Grange is away on his 56-yard run and first touchdown. --'ve---1----i--f -1 f- --,a.---r--,,f--,,-,,.-.,-.,-vm.,--T,-.H -,-ff-f.r-..- .V vc- ,,,-., ..,. ,, ,UT .- , ,., ,.,. . wi 1 -., ,i.,, -f- 1,, ., ,MU ,, y. .f lla? ,zi .Ui turf ,L-.fg.'iL:'tf!1-r'.u.f.? --'. ' .z.'.t t'.,cL,gc3.t,,,y..-.f....,..- wi P ' lI99l .rs ...L ..,. -,. 1 Grange side-steps free, but faces a host of tacklers. Illzkzozlr 13, Clzicago 6 uYOU'RE a smarter man than I am, Mr. Zuppkef' Thus quoth Coach A. A. Stagg after Illinois' sensa- tional victory over Pennsylvania, and thus Bob Zuppke proved himself to be with a satisfying triumph, by a I3 to 6 score, over Chicago the following week-a game replete with fumbles and void of Grange's epic runs but filled with dramatic situa- tions which satisfied Illini after the unlooked-for 21 to 21 tie of 1924. Earl Britton, giant halfback, kicked Illinois to a victory. That is the story. Throughout 6o minutes of dreary toil on a hog-wallow gridiron, "Brit," faultlessly handling the slimy ball, kept the Maroons from the Illini goal with punts which aver- aged more than 50 yards. But Chicago fumbles, mental and physical, turned the tide. Two miscues in succession by Kernwein, who was trying to punt, followed by a mental lapse of kicking a free ball behind his goal, made it Illinois' ball on the three-yard line. Britton plunged for the score. Late in the third quarter Kassel and Reitsch blocked a Maroon punt deep in Chicago territory and D'Ambrosio fell on the ball for a touchdown. And Britton's kicks kept danger away until the Whistle. That's the story- that and Chicago's fumbles. It wasn't "Red" Grange's day. I ORREST GREATHOUSE Grange gets away, but not for long. Lzooj Drzugherity thrusts at the Ohio line. Illzhoif 141, Uhze 9 MISTS and shadows, closing in between the ghostly white walls of Ohio State's great stadium, were the curtains which closed "Red" Grange's career as an Illini in the last game of the season at Columbus. LESTER MARRINER And in his going "Red" played truly the hero's part. Seeing it through with a battered, helpless arm which made his efforts impotent and nullified chances of reiterating the thrilling sallies by which he had risen to fame, Illinois' captain and all-Amer- ican passed out of the picture with a brilliant performance- void, however, of "Grange-made" touchdowns. The largest crowd which ever paid its way into an American football game watched him go. ' Illinois started right out for a victory, depriving Ohio of the ball in the first few minutes of play and marching for a touch- down, registered by Britton. Passes from Grange and Daugher- i ity to Kassel netted another just before the half ended. A mis- cued pass from center-Bob Reitsch, Spartan-like, concealing 1 his illness from Zuppke--gave Ohio a safety, and the Bucks cnucic BROWN W later took a touchdown by virtue of Cunningham's mighty if'f' passes and Marek's runs. l l s1" Rig., It was an all-Illinois victory, but the glory went to Grange. pl.,.,.Vy..- ' A worthy captain and dependable quarterback, he shunned wif, selfish, last-minute glory, ignoring his own signal and sending Q21 the last four plays into the line as the whistle ended his glorious gl' K ' ' -H' ' wx . , ?'.,t"LitiJYW4'SI5l The Buckeye defense smashes Illinois' running attack-this time! fzoij . ..,, .A ., . ,. 3, , ' " - ' 1 , f X .3 1-. FISHER ABASH'S "Little Giantsi' proved tame enough in the last home game of the sea- son, and Zuppke's lineup of substitutes proved adequate for a 21 to o decision. The Cavemen never threatened. Illinois scored in every quarter with painless ease. The gridiron was worse, if anything, than on any other day during the season, and real interest began to be manifested in the game only when the crowd, with Captain "Red,' Grange's career on his own field fading into seconds, rose up and demanded a view of him-their last chance to watch Illinois, all- American perform on the field from which he somersaulted to national prominence and all-time fame. They got him, and with three minutes left to play, Coach Bob Zuppke, relenting as they knew he would, motioned "Red" to go in. He called Illinois completes a long pass. 111111013 21, Wabash 0 cootsncn four signals, none of them his own, and retired from the field, followed by his last ovation from the fans who had watched him for three years. Gallivan's plunging gave Illinois its first score almost as soon as play began. A safety in the sec- ond quarter was followed by Leonard's touch- down in the third, and "Bud" Stewart provided the greatest thrill of the day with two Grange- like dashes, the first from midfield and the second for I3 yards and the score in the fourth quarter when all the "kick" was gone from the game. So ended the career of Grange on his home sod. He was the only first string man who played and he was not needed that day. He merely got his shoes muddy for the edification of 1,500 school children who clamored for a sight of him. But his going meant the passing of a god. Wabash jails to gain around end. Q fzozj The Term czme "'Red' Grange's Masterpiece," by Johnstone of the New York World, is a graphic sketch of the Pennsylvania game, and! the cartoonist has well dis- played the impression left with the Easterners by Grange and Illinois. 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ConchJ Kipp Carpenter Ringquist Hyland Rcichelt Lanehart I Richman Wilhelmic Nicholas Wlicvlcr Whitfield Gamble Edwards Timm Kiedaisch Flood Wolgust Wardeckcr Brown Simmons Lzmum Nownck Jackovich Conncrly Murchison Ellcrmun Bluhm McGrath johnson McClure COACHES H. G. GAMAGE W. W. MCILWAIN M. H. SOGOLOW If. IE. ROKUSEK C. M. VOYLIES M. E. POTTER Ff6ffY772dlZ 'Uarfzbf Football Jmkzor umeml Jlfefz McIlwain CCoachJ Stephens Potter 1Co:ichJ Griccwich Seaman Anderson Scott Kirgis Lanz Adelman Brown Saunders Johnson Stuhmer Ackerman Brittain l204l ASEE LL -Nh A. -,.,, , . M ' CAPTAIN JORDAN ' 6' I 4 I ' H051 CAPTAIN SIMONICI-I Kindcrnmn Lundgrcn KCom:lz2 Jaudcs I.Vgr.j Darla Worth Jcstes Hoffman Margolis Major Erickson Simonich Jordan Godeke Paxton Ponting I Tjarfzzjf Zambezi! CARL M. LUNDGREN . .... Coach PAUL STEWART . . Axsislanl Caarh AUGUST W. JAUDES . . . . Manager JOHN P. CORLEY . . Manager-Elect L. J. SIMONICH . . . . Captain J. J. JORDAN . . . Captain-Elert D. M. HULLOCK . . . Trainer cud 715' Z Q1 J. T. BARTA J. J. JORDAN 'C. V. ERICKSON T. C. PONTING E. R. JESTES J. E. OLSON R. MARGOLIS F. W. KINDERMAN C. F. MAJOR L. J. SIMONICH H. HINZE J. C. WORTH E. W. O'SHAUGHNI-1SSl'IY A. Ii. PAXTON R. FOULK JAKE STAHL G. O. HOFFMAN . L. E. DERR F. B. GODEKE V, .Ji .QA a f2o6j CARL L. LUN DGR EN Indiana . Chicago . Ohio State Michigan ILLINOIS Minnesota Iowa . . Wisconsin Purdue . Y fig Yen Sfemcz'z'71gs Won Lost ...92 ...73 8 4 ...74 ....6 5 6 6 ...55 4 7 Northwestern. . . 2 IO ...1 9 Pct. 818 7oo 667 636 545 5oo 5oo 364 167 loo Coach JOHN P. CORIIX Manager Big Yen Season Scores, IQ25 Illinois 45 Iowa 1. Purdue 73 Illinois 6. Illinois 143 Purdue 1. Illinois SQ Ohio State 4. LIZ innings.J Illinois 103 Wisconsin 4. Ohio State 83 Illinois o. Iowa QQ Illinois 7. Michigan 193 Illinois 5. ' Illinois IQ Michigan o. Illinois 73 Wisconsin 3. Chicago SQ Illinois 4. Illinois-Chicago return game cancelled. South ern Dip Illinois-University of Mississippi: called in second inningg rain. Mississippi A. and M. 113 Illinois 3. Illinois 83 Mississippi A. and M. 7. University of Alabama 43 Illinois o. Illinois-University of Alabama: called in third inning3 rain. Illinois 3 Auburn Pol technic o. , Auburn 3Pol technic 'ylllinois 2. CDouble-header.J DOOLLN ' FVFRNT Y 3 J ' M Illinois 43 University of Cincinnati 3. umm Hmmm Ofber games Illinois 143 DePauw 1. Illinois 123 Notre Dame 1. SOPHOMORE MANAGERS Titus Burroughs Meyer Bear Hocfer Wolfe Dexter Rocdcr Collins DcCostcd l207l lx u I .4 K . Q. f . I . A l 7 Kinderman ended the season in a hard-hitting mood as he began it by lining out a home run to deep left center in the Wisconsin game. LLINOIS was dismantled of her traditional glory in baseball last year, finishing fifth in the conference standing. Lacking veterans, balanced pitching strength, and a single real .goo -hitter, Coach Carl Lund- gren led the Illini through a schedule which was fairly successful when his handicaps are con- sidered. The team showed balanced hitting power, scored plenty of runs, and fielded fairly well for an inexperienced club, but the pitching burden devolved mainly on Fritz Kinderman who won five of the six conference victories. Therein lies the tale. Illinois won four of her five conference starts, then turned around and dropped four of the -last six, two of the last three going by overwhelming scores when the fielding faltered. The four lone "I" men-Kinderman, jestes, Simonich, and Mar- golis-could not make up the difference caused by lack of balance. When captain-elect Les Schlap- prizzi was declared ineligible, Lou Simonich suc- ceeded him, but it just wasn't an Illinois year. The Illini split six games on the Southern trip, being rained out of two others while leading, and the hitting power unleashed on that jaunt con- tinued until midseason. After being rained out of the first game against the University of Missis- sippi, while leading I to o in the second inning, Lundgren's men dropped the next start to Missis- sippi A. and M. by an II to 3 score with George Hoffman again on the slab. O'Shaughnessey re- lieved him in the second but could not extract himself from a bad hole, and the Southerners sewed up the game. "KINDY" MASTERS AGGIES The Illini came back with an 8 to 7 verdict the following day. Kinderman was master until the eighth inning when Barta relieved him, stifiing the Aggies' threats as darkness gathered. Illinois took an early lead of seven runs gathered in four innings, but the Aggies pounded out I4 hits and almost tied up the game in the eighth. Paxton sewed up the game with a theft of home in the seventh. Illini errors spoiled a noble effort by Joe Barta in the first game against the University of Ala- bama. Six errors coupled with Alabama's six hits gave the home team a 4 to o win. Illinois gathered but three singles from Moore's delivery. How- ever, Lundgren's men came out of their hitting slump the next day and piled up a 3 to 1 lead in the third inning behind Hoffman's pitching. At this point rain deluged the field, and the game was f2o8j v 0, xx . 1 , f s f ' n T' 6 , 1 I A- ' Q., , "S-I T' FI is .1 x Kinderman Jerry Jord1m'.r jlcctness cnablrfd him to beat out a hit in tha Ohio Stale game. called, spoiling a chance to even the count with the Crimson Tide. Continued rain caused the next game with Au- burn to be postponed. In the double-header the following day, Illinois split the bill after taking the first game behind Kindermanis masterful hurl- ing. "Kindy" allowed Auburn two hits, and Illi- nois won, 3 to o. Kinderman then went back to his job on first base, and O'Shaughnessey took up the pitching burden in the second game. He pitched hitless ball until the sixth inning, when bunched hits gave Auburn the 3 to 2 victory. George Hoffman started his fourth game of the Southern trip when the Illini faced the University of Cincinnati in the concluding battle. He allowed one hit until the seventh inning while the Illini were piling up a 4 to I advantage. The Buckeyes scored twice in the ninth, but O'Shaughnessey rushed to Hoffman's rescue and stopped them, aided by luck, when, with two men on base, a long fly failed to clear the fence. Erickson stole home with the tying run while Kindermanfs homer clinched the game. The Illini opened their home season with a I4 to 1 slaughter of De Pauw. Home runs by Kinder- man, Paxton, and Simonich featured the nine extra base blows among the 16 hits. Margolis, Simonich and jestes each clouted out three hits, while Worth's three runs featured the clusters of four counters in the fourth and five in the eighth. Barta started but was relieved by O'Shaughnes- sey when De Pauw scored in the third. Iowa, led by Burt Ingwersen, Lundgren's as- sistant coach of the previous year, invaded Illinois field for the first conference engagement, an Illinois victory, 4 to I. Kinderman allowed the Hawkeyes only two hits, but his mates accumu- . lated no more than that number until the eighth . I i, when Margolis' triple accounted for two scores. Iowa errors had given Illinois two counters in the fifth, enough to win, for the Illini played excellent . defensive ball. "Maggy', got two hits while his mates collected three more. ' I Lundgren's wrecking crew had another field day at Purduefs expense in their second confer- ence game, disappointing the Boilermakers, home fans with a I4 to 1 defeat. Barta allowed five hits and struck out five men, while his mates smote out I5 hits, being led by Godeke with three sin- gles and a homer, Margolis with a four-ply swat and three other runs, and three hits each by Pax- I 4 Vi v Wfizvx l ton and Simonich. Illinois started early and never i quit, scoring five in the third and four in the PWD, eighth innings. I Hoffman l2O9l .1 A. f I . -.-X w If. mfg' "' J" V - . '31 h L'I ' w Godeke's slide beats the ball in a close play at first in the Michigan game. A third conference victory was added when Illinois journeyed to Madison, winning IO to 4 behind Kinderman's slants. The Illini got the jump on the Badgers, Simonich's homer and Mar- golis' triple putting them far out in front. Every- body got a hit except Godeke, while Simonich got three. Worth, Kinderman, Margolis and Major each clouted two blows among the total of I4 assembled. Kinderman allowed but six. Iowa took revenge for its earlier beating and Illinois suffered her first conference loss at Iowa City, 9 to 7. Inability to make hits count in the scoring column lost the game. The Illini jumped O'Shaughnessey,s wildness, when he relieved the rapidly sinking Barta in the fourth, enabled the Hawks to tie the score. Kinderman's arm, tired in the Wisconsin game, could not hold his foes after he had gone to Eddie's rescue. Iowa matched nine hits against Illinois' I5 and won the game. All the thrills of iiction's fairy tales of pitching duels were called upon when Kinderman led Illi- nois to a I to o triumph over Michigan at Ann Arbor following the Iowa defeat. Jerry Jordan scored Illinois' only hitwhen he beat out a slow bunt, later scoring on Jablonowski's error and Haggerty's overthrow at first base for the lone into a tive-run lead Ponting in the first inning, but hits and never lost control of the situation. His mates played errorless ball, while Michigan erred four times. Those bobbles meant the ball game. ILLINI BEGIN TO FAIL The Illini, winners of four of their past five con- ference games, began their fatal drop from the top of the ladder when they failed to hit Chicago's pitching for more than one real blow, losing their first game in ten years to the Maroons by a 5 to 4 count. Kinderman started, bequeathing a terrible situation to Hoffman in the fifth after the Illini had tied things up in their half of that inning. Hoffman allowed but one damaging blow, and that one meant the ball game, although Illinois almost tied it with a run in the ninth, the tying and winning runs dying on the bases. Purdue won its only game of the season and dropped Illinois to fifth in the standing with its second one-run defeat of the week, the third loss fzroj counter of the game. " Kindy" allowed but three If 1 , X . ., . v'A,1': Q' ie Godeke 1 .nam A . 8.- 4 I "Chief" Jester .vtarts a rally against Notre Dame, Illinois winning I2 to 1. in the last four games, by a desperate ninth-inning rally on Illinois Field. The score was 7 to 6. Hoff- man gave Purdue five runs in the first two frames, Illini errors also contributing to the debacle. Lundgren's men began to hit behind Barta in the late innings, getting- two runs each in the sixth, seventh and eighth, and Chief Jestes' homer with Barta on base put Illinois into the lead in the last named frame. Menke's sharp single over the drawn-up infield with the bases filled gave, Purdue the game in the ninth, and the Illini faded after Paxton's single in their half. Eleven Illini hits grouped about home runs by Johnny Worth and Theo Ponting gave Illinois a I2 to I verdict over Notre Dame in a casual non- more in the next frame to o licking. Michigan's powerful team followed Ohio in tak- Erackson ing vengeance for earlier beatings when 16 Wol- when Simonich's single scored Kinderman and "Jake', Stahl. BUCKEYES DIE HARD Ohio State refused to be beaten and Ollie Klee, perennial nemesis of Illini teams, scored the tying run in the ninth, and Jestes' stop of Walther's hot shot saved the game. During the three extra innings "Kindy" allowed no single hit, and his bunt in the twelfth with the bases filled scored Jestes with the winning run. The Buckeyes exacted retribution the following Wednesday on their home field, however, raking O'Shaughnessey for six runs in the first two innings. Barta finished the game, but his mates connected for but three hits and never threatened. Mental lapses were partly responsible forthe 8 conference tilt. O'Shaughnessey went the route for Lundgren and allowed but four hits, Worth's homer with the bases loaded sewing up the game in the fourth. A season's thrilling situations were crowded into the Ohio State game before a huge Interscholastic crowd, and not until after I2 innings of hectic ball-playing of alternate hope and despair was Illinois returned victor, 5 to 4. Coach Lundgren's craft and judgment were the deciding factors, but Kinderman's pitching and Chief Jestes' crucially- delivered hits and startling fielding really won the ball game. Coming from behind the three-run deficit in the seventh, the Illini got two scores on hits by Ponting and Jestes. They counted two jr-stcs Izrrl - f Hopes were high when the Illini treked south , v -5'-1'1-eq'-1 Lou Simonich sacrifices, bringing home a run in the Notre Dame game. verine hits and IO Illini errors accounted for I9 runs while Illinois was getting five. Kinderman and Jablonowski took up the gage of their ancient duel, but "Kindy" left the scene in the second inning and his rival followed him in the next frame, when Illinois scored four times. Walters finished for Michigan, while Lundgren paraded six pitchers to the slab, finally finding one- Hinze-who could finish. It was a woeful game of ball. However, the Illini closed their season success- fully with a triumph over Wisconsin, 7 to 3. The six hits "Kindy" allowed the Badgers did little damage, while the Illini bunched three in the sec- ond for six runs and the ball game, the rally being featured by Kinderman's customary homer. The return game with Chicago, scheduled for the last of the year, was called off on account of the death of President Burton of Chicago, and the Illini were left in fifth place at the end of the season with six wins and five losses. Dk Pk Pk Dk Chief Jestes, elected to captain the Illini in 1926, was declared scholastically ineligible, Jerry Jordan being chosen to succeed him. Other re- turning "I" men were: Barta, Hoffman, Kinder- man, Major, Worth and Margolis. Ponting, Erickson, Godeke, Simonich, Paxton and jestes were the only losses. The most brilliant freshman team in years sent up Dick Barrett, Ludlam, Stewart, Finn, Flanagan, Kusinski, O'Keefe, Sweeney and O'Grady to give Coach Lundgren brilliant prospects for a championship team in 1926. They should give Illinois tremendous pitch- ing and hitting strength-and fighting Irish spirit. THE 1926 SOUTHERN TRIP ' 1 X 1 ' l I L se' , I 'X 23, -1 F x X l rx, -Q1 .1 5 Barta for their annual Southern trip at the start of the 1926 season, and Lundgren led his men through the most successful trip in his history, with five wins, one tie, and two losses, against the best col- lege teams in the South. johnny Ludlam pitched five innings of hitless ball after relieving Barrett in the first game against the Mississippi Aggies, and Illinois won, 5 to 4. The boys repeated the next day with a 6 to 5 win, Kinderman leading his mates up from behind a three-run handicap in the fourth inning with a home run and five innings of almost hitless pitching. Illinois split two games with the University of Alabama, winning the first behind Ludlam, 8 to 6, but losing the next day with Barrett on the f2121 if , .1,, Major ful? I H gx 7 L! 'Q il 4 , Q Q ,lf VS orth Johnny Worth slugs out a home run with three men on the sacks to ice away the Notre Dame game, I2 to 1. mound when the Illini failed to hit, IO to o. After one postponement due to a train wreck and mis- directed trunks, Illinois took the first game of a double header from Ft. Benning, Ga., army team, 2 to 1, with Bud Stewart on the mound, tying the second tilt 5 to 5 in the eighth inning, when Kin- derman led Illinois up from behind to tie the count after a bad start. The Illini battled to a 5 to 3 victory in I3 innings against the University of Georgia the next day, Stewart saving the game with the score tied in the ninth, and Margolis' home run winning it later. Illinois lost the last game the following day. Barrett and Kinderman allowed but two hits, but adverse decisions on close plays in the last inning let Georgia win, 2 to o. "Red" Grange fan extreme left end of the benchl lends atmosphere to the Illznz "dug-out" during the Notre Dame game. r-'V'-r -r,- 11 x4 H A--ri-f--I -7 5'---f.v3-gf--.Q--vw---aw wg---II-1 -pile' 3?..9'.,--g 7-vi..-. .- . ,..1., 5,-:T Q -..-- Y , .V Q.- t Ii '11 J.L.'...1'..' .M J.,-f 2 i,.I,,x. r' ..m.irT. .- ..1'.- -a.,,,',-,,.-.,'- -,:lf..V ' , x I 5 ,Q I21sJ 1 Corley fMgr.2 Shaw DcStacbler Knut! Leesch Auringcr Sweeney Dailey Frederick Andrews P. Stewart fCoach1 Kusinski Dalbcck Gundlach Finn Desmond ' J. Stewart Dalquist Barrett Smith Olson Ludlam Johnson Ncmkoff Morrison Flanagan ' Reynolds O'Kcefe Hcim Kuhlmeyer Clark OGrady FT6ffZ77?d7Z Uarfzbf Tanaka!! nxt-I . ,. pg , l , -rl. , I g f .J A ? . ,rl 'll' ld 1 3. . "lr. I .w " " S li Coach Stewart PAUL STJQWART JOHN CORLEY J. A R. STEWART . L. SMITH V. L. FERRISTTI D T H. ANDREWS FLANAGAN A. NEMKOVSKY M E T L. li li C .A. DAILEY L. DE STAEBLER S. BARRETT li. KAUTT li. DALQUIST OLSON AURINGER H141 R. G. FINN T. G. REYNOLDS J. J. sJvmf:Nnv L. 0. DALBECK J, s. LUDLAM T. J. DESMOND R. c. MORRISON J. KUSINSKI J. H. O'GRADY N. J. GUNDLACH J. 13. SHAW J. A. 0'KELFE Coarh lllanagcr ' ll 11' ". TRACK " ' 'E-WH ...-. E NJ CAPTAIN WERNER I 2 I5 1 , I. 5, ' ' -I .1 'V' at I :XJR ' ,gg "L . ' . , KE Y? Mx... ,. ' 459- -G15 gaibqiu. .1 . v 1 " .,"- .. ' Brownell Seaton Sittig Barnes Wallace Kinsey Werner Shively Makeover Robinson Haas Lazarus Bales Ponzer Warner Meislahn Rue Kimmel Haynes Ullanagerj Gill 1Coachj Duncan Stuttle Fell Sullivan Miller Rehm Wright Merigold Brooke Johnston Usrey Hunslcy Mieher Sweeney Evans Yarnall Mehock Yates 'U Z fl ck HARRY L. GILL . . . Coach JAMES W. BARR . . . . Manager EDWARD C. MIEHER, JR. . . Captain CHARLES D. WERNER . Captain-Elect D. M. BULLOCK . . . . Trainer H. T. EVANS S. M. HUGHES 'J I'. F. SCHOCK M r T, C. YARNALL 'jf "4 " ' ff H. MEHOCK ' J. T. SI'l'I'IG R. C. YATES H. S. PONZER S. T. MAKEEVER - D. T. RUE G. A. WARNER ' ,m' , H. R. MILLER ' V vlan!" ,,, . D ,R A D. C. KINSEY 1 .1 - 5----,. 'A A. C. REHM X W. H. WALLACE I W l ' M. T. FELL f I ' " Kinsey M. J. SWEENEY A. C. MEISLAHN L. S. WRIGHT D. G. BROWNELL G. H. BARNES L. E. HUNSLEY B. A. SHIVELY L. B. KIMMEL F. L. STUTTLE C. D. WERNER J. MERIGOLD I:216:I . ,. Werner rf' 'L . X V., HARRY L. GILL Coach Indoor Track Seafon 0 1925 T was but a shell of the mighty Illini track machine of 1924 with which Coach Harry Gill, greatest college track coach, began work for the indoor season of 1925. A squad of about I3 "I" men with few outstanding sophomores an- swered his call. But there was another list of "I" men-athletes SOPHOMORE MANAGERS , Q 4 U.- 21 . ' .- 'S i xx, . -- , , ,-.Q 'Me , ' , .f,,,,4, , f- - JAMES W. IBA RR Manager ff u D. Il. STOOKEY P. J. THOMA Junior Managers 11 1 5 Klciderer Winter Jones Bush Evans Gifford Hall f2I7l 1 ,J F . 'i-. is 4 "Bud" Evans races the 220-yard dash in :21.2 during the Notre Dame meet. who had earned 40 of the 74'points with which Gill's 1924 machine had won the conference out- door meet the preceding june, doubling the count on its nearest rival and startling the sports world with its display of power. That team was called by Ted Meredith, Olympic and world's champion in the middle distance runs, the "greatest assem- blage of track and iield athletes ever brought together at one college at the 'same time." These other athletes, members of that team, were unavailable for Gill's use at the start of the season. Included in the number were such famous names as Dan Kinsey, Dean Brownell, Joie Smuts, all ineligible scholasticallyg Captain Eddie Mieher and Bud Evans, both ill and out of shape, negligible factors during the indoor season, Seth Hughes and Johnny Koonz, injured, and Schil- dauer, ineligible for competing for the I. A. C. With these stars in school not available, Coach Gill began the work of reconstruction, beating Iowa and Notre Dame in dual meets during the indoor season and taking second in the conference meet. The available veterans were Schock, War- ner, Mieher, Miller, Rehm, Wallace, Marzulo, Makeever, Ponzer, Sweeney, Usrey, Hunsley, Wright, Shively, and Flint. Evans and Kinsey became available in time for the indoor confer- ence meet, while Hughes recovered his physical, and Brownell his scholastic good standing during the outdoor season, although Hughes was hurt again. The new men, who included Mehock, Sittig, Yates, Yarnall, Rue, Werner, Fell, Barnes, Seed, Meislahn, and Stuttle, gave Illinois a well bal- anced team. Notre Dame took eight first places among the eleven events, but the Illini took seconds and thirds in seven events, slamming in two others- the high and broad jumps-and garnered yet an- H ' .ii P .A 4, ff. l F - .5 , 54 4" ' P. I V I ', 1, 5. 1 . .. -- -- " 7' I 1 .- A . X ' v v . 'W - ' Q I K 'B 'I 4, . ig Captain Mieher Makeever Wright Fell f218j M.-. .. . . 3 I . ,, .,....-i,.......- . - . ..'1'. . ' Yarnall fleadingj, Merigold, and Wallace, give Illinoix a "slam" in the low hurdles of the Notre Dame meet-the first in the stadium. other victory in the half mile, in the season's first dual meet. As a result of this demonstration of all-around strength, Illinois won the meet, 54 to 41. Ponzer broke the Illinois indoor record by winning the half mile in 1:57.9. Illinois took all three places in both hurdles and slammed in seven other events while giving Iowa a severe trouncing in the last indoor dual meet. Another Illinois indoor record fell when Sittig, Yates, Mehock and Schock ran the mile relay in 3 : 28.4. Other brilliant performances were Schock's quarter mile of :51.6, Ponzeris 1:58.4 half mile, and Miller's victory over Phelps of Iowa in the two mile. Iowa presented no compe- tition whatsoever in the hurdles, four Illini tying for first in each race. Traveling to the conference meet, not conceded by the experts to have a chance and damaged by last-minute injuries of Yarnall and Makeever, Illinois, well-balanced strength proved itself by tying for second place in the meet with Michigan, . -V! " scoring I9 points, behind Wisconsin's zoyz, with- out taking a single first place. Illini placed in eight of the ten events. Ponzer was second in the half, Hunsley, runner-up in the pole vault and the Illini mile relay team of Mehock, Yates, Sittig and Schock came second in its event. Kinsey took third in the high hurdles, Evans fourth in the 5o- yard dash, Rehm fourth in the hurdles, Warner fourth in the mile, Kimmel fourth in the shot, and Seed a tie for third with Krieger of Wisconsin and Northrup of Michigan in the pole vault. PK X PF DK On the long trip south for the Texas and Rice relays, between the indoor and outdoor seasons, Illinois took premier honors from Butler at Rice by one point. The team did not fare so well at Texas, taking second to Butler in the mile relay and third in the half mile relay. Warner, Mieher, Makeever and Ponzer won the two-mile race, how- ever, and Dan Kinsey won the high hurdles in if ii , 1 l ' X f ' ' I XA I l ' 'ln , ll .5 ' 9 I ' x ,V f "l" xg 'I E54 . ,Y i W V , l .x , . s Hughes Mine! iucisiahn snug l219l -0 ,v s 1 l . K 0 l Sul ' A is X 2 .. F I 1 if l Aug' , . . , he ' h V A Wallace, Illinois' most consistent point winner in his event, leaps into ' Mehock second place in the Michigan meet. Kinsey Q :I4.8 after jumping the gun, Guthrie and Snyder breaking fame when they shattered the world's of Ohio State being disqualified. Brownell was record for the half mile relay in 1:27, beating second in the pole vault, and in a special event Kansas in a hair-breadth finish despite a poor Harold Osborn ,22 broke his own world's record- baton exchange which lost about two-fifths of a for the running high jump by leaping 6 feet 813- second. Evans .was but two inches behind Fisher inches, bettering his record of 6 feet 8X1 inches when that speedy dash man led Kansas to a sec- made on Illinois Field during the Olympic tryouts ond world's record in the quarter-mile relay in in I924. . :42, surpassing Illinois' mark of :42.3 made at Illinois took revenge on Butler at Rice the fol- the Drake relays in 1924. Fisher surprised Evans lowing day, winning the two-mile again and tying at the tape while Bud was watching another i with Butler in the half-mile relay, while taking runner, wary because of a tendon he strained in third in the mile. Kinsey's stumble forced him out the home stretch. 2 of the hurdles. Brownell vaulted into second place with a I3- Coach Gill divided the squad for the Kansas foot effort, the best he did all year. The mile l and Ohio relays which opened the outdoor season team was fourth and the four-mile team second j on the same day. Yarnall, Hughes, Schock, and in their relays. Sweeney was second and Fell tied i Evans burst into national prominence and record- for third in the broad jump. Kinsey took second 5 I s l Q , im ff, I f' QP ,M pl 'F' r 's ' 1 if fl ' M. ,, , 4 "" ."" 3 g s i in 1 H - ., ' . ' 2. - i . ""4 'lf Q ' r N H J J: I I .4 ,.., X i 1 . . -Y A - ,. ,--rw v l W . 'v -M ' 'Ji ' " . 4 - Q 2 R .', l . 1 rv. ea- I :si Z' I 0 i 1 g '. - ,gi qu, - E '- .. .,,., - .. f ' ' l "'F"'w.4'1"1:' N - f f M Qi' r ' R-I 2 .5 5 , , V - r A f 'V'1..te.ly-'iii 4 , is aim.. - .N I lb Lg. w Q. f ' NW ,-A .sn i my is 1 A, '+,. 5f4 nv ,Luk -5+ ,-,. 5, . ..pi- L. LK 1 ll l f' 't l-r3'Q,,QQpf Q'El'5"'s 1" 3 1 4' g 1 gin t 1...,, ' .,, f l-,if 3 4 f'rs . sl 5 fix Th ' . . . ' ' V V N. . 4- 'lie' 'T Kinsey frightj and Merigold jinish "one-two" in the low hurdles against U the Wolverines. The Illini hurdlers, the best group in V , Evans the conference, made it look easy. 'Brownell L I . ,I ,, ,M ....... - ,,.,,...,.,,-.,....-.-.,-- il l ' il" F29 fl' V Tudipi.. ffllg E 1 Zfffl l'l'?7 M f22o1 1- .:!", .X .- . at -...,.,,. 'F-R-gs. is ,X "L f Hubbard soars through 25 feet of space, winning the broad jump Wallace of the Michigan meet. Yates X l 'H l l 1 E in a special low hurdle race, placing third in the high hurdles after being set for breaking. Stuttle placed in the javelin. The delegation sent to the Ohio relays did creditably. Shively won the field events triathlon with a new record of 2286 points. Barnes tied for first in the pole vault, Wright was second in the high jump, Merigold third and Rehm fourth in the high hurdles, Wallace fourth in the broad jump, and Kimmel fourth in the shot put. Illinois outpointed every team in the Drake relays the following week without winning a single first place. Seth Hughes pulled a tendon in the quarter-mile relay trials, breaking up that stellar quartet with an injury which kept him on the bench until the conference meet in June. The Illini were second in the half-mile, third in the two-mile, and fourth in the one and four-mile relays. Stuttle was third in the javelin, Kinsey third in a special low hurdle race and second by six inches in the high hurdles, Merigold coming fourth, while Barnes tied for second in the pole vault, Hunsley finishing fourth. Wallace was sec- ond in the hop, step and jump, Meislahn coming in fourth. Wallace tied for iirst in the broad jump, Sweeney being third and Fell fourth. The Illini dedicated the Stadium to Varsity track competition with a convincing win over Notre Dame, ,7 to 39, in the first outdoor dual meet, taking ten iirsts and slamming in both hurdle events and the broad jump. Bud Evans starred, tying his Illinois records of :o9.8 in the century and :2 1.2 in the 220-yard dashes. Stuttle's javelin throw of 180 feet, nine inches was the next P' - , '.. ' -WM- .. A - tx . ' 'ld . .- .:':""' W? K en ' "' ' - s.- Q., I f Wittman fleftj, Hubbard, and Evans frightj, the three best dash men I in the conference, staged an epic century dash in the Michigan ponzcr meet. Wittman won by inches, and "Bud" was third. Sweeney t , xr.: i ,,...'. .,...,. R... . ,A -....x.,v::.. ,Nw W , ..,.,q , ..,-...z..... . ,. If221j .s i ' ' .Q - - A 1 A I . Q ar i Illinois look a "slam" in the high hurdles against Michigan. Werner, Kinsey, and Merigold ' leave the Wolverines ten yards behind at the last hurdle. best performance. Rue won the mile for the only remaining victory in the track events, while Kin- sey took the high and Yarnall the low hurdles, Shively the shot put, Brownell the pole vault, Wallace the broad jump,'and Meislahn the high jump. Taking every point in the quarter-mile dash, high and low hurdles, mile run and pole vault as well as tirst in five other events, Illinois gave Iowa a cleaning in the year's second outdoor dual meet, 89 to 46. Dan Kinsey gave a versatile exhibition by winning both hurdles and taking second in the javelin, while Bud Evans was second high point man with victories in the dashes. The most spark,- ling performances were joe Makeever's 4: 2 5 mile and Ernie Ponzer's 1:56.6 half-mile. Schock won the quarter, Shively the hammer, Stuttle the javelin, and Brownell, Barnes and Hunsley tied for first in the pole vault. The Orange and Blue were lowered to a foe in a dual track meet for the first time since 1920, and the sixteenth time in the 22 years of Coach Gi1l's history here, when Michigan's powerful team of stars, later to become conference cham- pions, took revenge for the 106 to 29 defeat ad- ministered to them in 1924, by ekeing out a 69X3 to 6 5M victory over Gill's, team in the last dual meet of the year. The victory was barely won. Michigan, with a great aggregation of individual performers, took eleven of the fifteen first places. For Illinois, Evans won the 220-yard dash, Kinsey, the low hurdles, Werner, the high hurdles, and joe Makeever the mile. The Illini took slams in the last three events named, and although the Orange and Blue came second and third in the 440, pole vault, two-mile, javelin and hammer, Gill's well- balanced squad could not quite garner enough ff l .3 , - ' 1 ,gf - Q 2 X I 9 , A ' .a l - ' .,, ,, , , , ,y , 4 ,, .. V A , V. f .ffff '1 . , 1 ..... 1 4 y A M. 4... 4 K . .71 if A . , ,,, .' - . , I ig - ff 14 4 1 ' il .. .u , sf in 1' 'V' lf . 3 F' it E 4 it J fl C , ,V . ' . V ' . -QI ' V I -v . Barnes Rohm Schock l Rue li222j - "Hi,-. .. , .1 I ,. H .--- - .....,. elf! ., f , .H - K- . ,, -.-:Y 1 , .1 1 W, .- f ,,.qfh,l'h,r - V- gs, 1. . ...fi 9 Ka V,A. , ,I V .,..,-,-,-.L j - -f- Y. .1 . ,,,,..,,,.,,- . - ,h I j Harry Mehock fleftj is nipped at the tape by Feinsiugcr after leading in the homestretch in the quarter mile of the Michigan meet. points to win, failing by 2X5 points when Brownell, out of shape, failed to place in the pole vault, the crisis of the meet. Mehock was barely beaten in the quarter-mile after a great race with Feinsinger in : 51. Kinsey with first in the low hurdles, and seconds in the highs and the javelin, led Illinois' point getters. Weakness in the fleld events lost for Illinois, but it was a great meet. With her ineligible and injured stars watching from the sidelines, Illinois went to the conference meet at Ohio State. Michigan's individual stars won the meet with 45M points. Illinois came in fifth with 24M points behind Wisconsin, Ohio State and Iowa. Kinsey was the only Illini to win a championship, taking the low hurdles in :23.9 and breaking the Illinois record. Wallace jumped 24 feet, IM, inches to take second in the broad jump, also setting a second mark for Illini athletes to shoot at in the future. "Chick" Werner lost the decision in the high hurdles to Guthrie of Ohio State by five inches in :14.6, thus beginning a great rivalry which was to be continued during the following year. The Illini mile relay team of Hughes, Yates, Mehock, and Schock took third in its event. Evans placed fifth in the Ioo-yard dash, and Ponzer fifth in the half. Merigold came fifth in both hurdle races. Fell was fourth in the broad jump, Barnes tied for third in the pole vault, and Shively took fifth in the hammer. The team drew ,' I 5 , n Q X, ,J , ' " f A In -.V gr j - V .1 . :MIST I .V ,, , LN. A A, . . . i M, I, . ' f, ' ' , 1 y ' ' f A , 1 NN ' L, - . 1 " .--. I -ii Q , S ' ' ,- A uw: I ig at l A fx, " ' ' 4 , ' W ,x q M, 1 , ' M j. q 1 . - f ' 1-2 .' . , ' T.. .34 ,V Merigold Warner Shively Kimmel Hunsley Yarnull l223l V ' p ' , . H -L-..'i:ili1E?.'7i7lii.i"'.'. ' 552 'ff . . 43 9 I T 4 .1 Al ' 4 1 I 4 1 i l .-1 .1 -r i v 'A Mi 1 1 I 4 ' 4 They broke the world's record for the half mile relay in 1:27 at Kansas in 1925. Left to right: Bud Evans, Seth Hughes, Coach Harry Gill, Tommy Yarnall, Phil Schock. v an unusual amount of hard luck when Evans pulled a tendon in the 220-yard dash, Shock was knocked down in the quarter, Kinsey was set back at the start oi the high hurdles, being disqualified for knocking down too many hurdles when the incident threw him off his stride. Four Illini placed in the national collegiate championships the following week. Kinsey was 440-yard dash, Wallace third and Fell fifth in the broad jump. Seventeen "I" men were left to Gill as a for- midable nucleus for a 1926 team under the cap- taincy of Dan Kinsey. Sixteen "I" men were graduated-a heavy loss-but stars such as Kin- sey, Wallace, Ponzer, Makeever, Schock, Wer- ner, Barnes, Stuttle and Shively promised a fa- vorable season in 1926. V' ix .0 V Q-1 ki ,. A 1 q 1 H p l l t it fi , Ti ,K V yi i W' M In f Q l fourth in the low hurdles, Shock fourth in the f Y g , r 'w ef ll H. R. White E. C. White Lyon Dickinson Stellner l224l Coach Gill Johnston Whitmore Fairfield White fCaplainJ Sillig Stellner Mclilwee McGrath Dickinson Lamb BurrIMgr.l 'Uarfzbf Cram- auntry Team HARRY A. GILL .....,.. HAROLD WHITE ....... JAMES W. BARR ....... OACH Harry Gill performed one of the miracles for which he is famous last fall in conference cross-country competition. Taking a green squad which included no "I" men or veterans of ability, Gill developed a squad of sophomores which surprised the conference by taking third in the Big Ten meet at Ann Arbor, soundly beating Michigan and Iowa which had taken the measure of the Illini in early season meets, and almost nosing out Ohio for second place. "Chuck" Johnston was the only man with con- ference experience of any sort at the start of the season. However, Gill brought along a strong squad of new men, which included Dickinson, Stellner, McElwee and Fairfield. Their leader was Harold White, another sophomore, who had been captain of the freshman team in 1923 but dropped out of school the following year. It was in IQ2 3 that White ran second only to Joie Ray, America's premier miler and I. A. C. star, in The Chicago Tribune's annual cross- country race after setting the present Indiana State record for the mile while in high school. Beginning the season without a captain, since no "I" men were on the roster, the Illini later chose White to lead them into the conference meet. A first-meet injury slowed him up all year, however, and it was McElwee and Dickinson who proved of most value and consistent performance. In the first engagement, a dual meet with Iowa, Illinois lost by an 718 to 57 score over a four-mile route. McElwee led the Illinois men in-fifth place with Fairfield and Stellner right behind him and Dickinson tenth. White fell on the icy side of a . . . . . . . . . . . Coach . . . . . . . . . . . Captain . . . . . . . . . . . M anagcr hill, giving his knee an injury which kept him from doing his best all fall. Ohio and Michigan came to Illinois for a tri- angular engagement in the next meet. The Buck- eyes won, with 38 points and Michigan was sec- ond with 40, while the Illini brought up the rear with 44. McElwee and Dickinson were right be- hind the leaders in third and fourth places re- spectively, Hornberger and Briggs of Michigan tying for first in 27:48. White was eighth, Fair- field thirteenth and Stellner fifteenth. In a practice run prior to the conference meet, White covered the five-mile course in less than 27 minutes, far better time than that made in the triangular meet and setting a record for the course, but his strenuous effort to get in shape placed'too great a strain on his injured knee and he came in sixteenth in the conference meet. Dickinson led the Illini in sixth place, while Mc- Elwee, Fairfield and Stellner were nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first. This balanced strength gave Illinois third place with 78 points, just three points back of Ohio, but far ahead of Iowa, Michigan and the others. Wisconsin won with 39 points. This showing sur- prised the conference which was not expecting Illinois to be in sight at the finish. Letters were awarded to White, McElwee, Dickinson, Fairfield, Stellner and Johnston. Only two men, Johnston and Dickinson, will not be back for next year. With four star distance men available, the conference is wondering what limits Illinois will eclipse next year, and a championship is in sight. I225l TOM BEEBE Manager 111111013 Qlay Ca1f111'val TREWING the wreckage of six carnival rec- ords and one world's mark in the wake of their Hying heels, more than 4oo athletes-the pick of the Middle West-gathered in the Armory for their yearly assault on the handicaps of time, height, and distance in the ninth annual Illinois Relay Carnival. Three world's marks were tied and two carnival records equaled by the large field which rivaled the record number of 1925, and had never been equaled for quality of competition in the carni- val's history. And Coach Gill's men, who had failed to make a single first place in 1925-an unprecedented occurrence-outscored all other teams in the meet in points, although competition was not on a team basis. Two performances were outstanding-the duel between "Chick" Werner of Illinois and "Phin" Guthrie of Ohio State in the high hurdles and the world's record toss of 50 feet, 6M inches by John Kuck of Kansas State Teachers' College in the shot put, bettering the carnival mark by more than three feet and his own world's record by almost 18 inches. The Werner-Guthrie duel was all it promised to be-the individual thrill of the meet. Each won his trial heat in :o9.4, which equaled the world's record set by Dan Kinsey, '26, in the 1924 meet. Breezing through their semi-final heats in easy fashion, this great pair staged a history-making race in the finals and the judges called it a dead heat. The time was :o9.4. Both judges picking "first" chose Werner, while the two picking sec- ond place also named "Chick.l' Rather than draw criticism for "favoritism" or for "falling over backward," since there was no discernible differ- ence between the. men at the finish, the judges called it a tie, which was fair enough, and the de- cision between the rivals was postponed until the indoor conference meet. The other world's records were tied when Alder- man of Michigan Aggies came from behind in the "Pete" Wallace Kexlremc righlj 'wins the high hurdles by a comfortable margin in the all-around championship of the carnival. f226iI v stretch to beat Locke of Nebraska in the goo-yard dash, a dazzling finish in :51.2, and when Hester of Michigan beat Grim of Michigan Aggies in the 75-yard dash in :o7.6. Alderman's time bettered the carnival record of : 31.8, while Hester tied the old mark. Michigan cracked the last record in the Uni- versity four-mile relay by winning the race from Illinois in the home-stretch by four yards in 18:16, one second better than the time set by the great Illini quartet of Yates, Patterson, Wharton, and McGinnis in 1922, a mark which was estab- lished despite a dropped baton. It was a great race, close all the way. Illinois dropped back on the first relay when Stellner, crowded on the first turn, was spiked and fell to the ground, losing 20 yards, but regaining some of them. Dickinson closed the gap, and "Spikel' Rue gave Harold White a two-yard lead. Forced to set his own pace all the way, and nervous from his first big Varsity race, White was unable to muster his sprint and F reyburg gave Michigan the victory. Spence of Detroit won the low hurdles in the air-tight finish with Werner, while Tommy Yarnall was fourth, Burg of Chicago took the high jump in another "dope" upset, while Meislahn of Illi- nois was in an octagonal tie for fourth. Fell and Simone, two Illini, were first and sec- ond in the broad jump. The winning distance was 22 feet, 1M inches. Harrington of Notre Dame, American intercollegiate indoor recordholder, , , iv., ..T1 - - i KUCK Kansas State Teachers' College took the pole vault. Earl White of Illinois tied for second, while Barnes was in a six-way tie for fourth. "Choppy" Rhodes, Nebraska's football half- back, won the all-around championship with a total of 5, 3 5 5 points, Doherty of Detroit was sec- ond, while little "Pete" Wallace, star Illinois broad jumper and a surprise entry, came third. Pete took four first places: in the high hurdles, 75-yard dash, broad jump and half-mile run, but two weak spots in his program, the pole vault and shot put, let him down with 4,992 points. j M 1 1--1 . . - ....k.. Y-.. .WL The greatest 75-yard high-hurdle race ever staged indoors, Werner fleftj and Guthrie tie for first in the carnival in :o9.4, tying the 'world's record. l227l , ,.. , , .,.- ,, X A 1. 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The 1926 Sermon LLINOIS' apparent strength was her real weakness during the 1926 basketball season. Starting the year with a veteran team and every prospect of being a real contender for the cham- pionship, Coach Craig Ruby's Illini played through a perfectly constructed schedule to a tie with Ohio State for fifth in the conference rating, an even break in twelve games. Seven "I" men in Captain Haines, ex-Captain Mauer, Lipe, Daugherity, Martin, Reynolds and Kassel made Illinois look strong in pre-season dope and gave her the best balanced team in the raceg but ambition and dashing play were lacking under Ruby's scientific, deliberate system as the season progressed. The loss of Mike Reynolds by scholastic ineligibility with the season one-third completed was the decisive factor, and although Ruby's men struggled along to four straight wins after Reynolds' loss, two of the four were bylone point margins and a third by but four points. l23Il VERNE HAHNEMAN Manager ,bv U10 F' f Daugherity Caplain-Elect E Lipe They eventually collapsed, losing the last two home games to the two strongest teams in the con- ference and subsided to fifth place when the strain of a hard finish at the end of the race told on them. They fought hard, but circumstances, lack of championship class, and outstanding scoring aces beat them. The Illini opened the season with a thrilling victory over Butler's strong team, 2 3 to 22, the game being saved in the last half minute after Butler had come up from a 2 3 to II score in the last eight minutes. Illinois had a comfortable lead at the half, 18 to 5, due to three baskets each by Martin and Mauer. Swinging into the West, Ruby's men dropped a heartbreaker to Drake by a 20 to 16 score under atrocious playing conditions in the smoke filled Coliseum over a concrete Hoor covered with boards four inches wide. Reversing the situation, Illinois walloped Ames, 3 5 to 14. Mauer scored I4 points to lead the way to a whirlwind finish after a listless first half which ended 7 to 3. Johnny Mauer sprang one of his famous one handed, last minute baskets and gave the Illini a victory over the Kansas Aggies, 30 to 28 in the last game preceding the conference season. With the Illini trailing 28 to I6 and six minutes to play, Mauer and Haines led an attack which brought the Orange and Blue up from the rear to a win after Daugherity had kept Illinois in the running with his twelve points, but johnny Mauer won the ball game. FIRST GAME A WIN Ruby's quintet opened its conference flag chase with a win over Minnesota in the most wretchedly played game of the year. The final score was I7 to 8. Neither team ever started, due partly to the slippery Hoor bequeathed by the junior Prom, and both got nowhere, but the Illini controlled the ball all the way and allowed the Gophers but two field goals. Both were late in the second half, one of them by Rasey after Mike Reynolds had left the floor accompanied by his four personal fouls. Mauer's three baskets led Illinois' scoring. Journeying east on their first Big Ten road trip, the Illini stumbled and fell against Ohio State's fast team, losing by a 30 to 18 count after leading at half time. Rubyis boys missed more shots during the second half than the Buckeyes tried during most of the game. Ruby "sicced" Reynolds on Captain Cunningham, and Mike allowed him one basket. Daugherity and Mauer each got two for Illinois. just to even things up on the road trip, Illinois beat Michigan's great team out of a victory in l232l . I Mauer Marlin the last I5 seconds of a game which was "the kind you read about." Martin scored the last of his three goals as the final seconds waned. But other Illini were heroes too. Daugherity's six field goals and five free throws gave him high scoring honors, and Mike Reynolds did his bit by not allowing Harrigan, scoring ace of the Wolverines, a single goal. That victory put Illinois in front of the con- ference race, but an unexpected upset at Chicago's hands the next week dropped them back. The Illini were forced to take long shots by the stiff defense of the Maroons which allowed them two goals during the first half. Captain Haines in his element, as usual, at long range work, counted three times from the field but the Illini came sec- ond when Chicago made its free throws count. Two Maroons shot goals while turning their backs on the basket. Notre Dame's great team, bidding for a western championship which they later won, took a mid- season, non-conference game from Ruby's men by a 26 to I4 score in decisive fashion. Playing a better team without the services of Deimling and Reynolds, Illinois never had a chance. Its offense, though functioning fairly well, was hurried and its famed defense, though present, could not stop the best team in the west. The Nyikos brothers were mainly responsible. ILLINI UPSET DOPE Illinois got back into the title race and broke its 50-50 standing for four games with a mighty dope-upsetting victory over Purdue's powerful five, squelching a dying effort of the Boilermakers to drag the game out of the fire in the closing min- utes. The score, 29 to 28, was a triumph for jack Lipe, who finally found his shooting eyes with four baskets and two free throws. Daugherity, Mauer and Haines assisted in the heavy scoring, while Deimling came through with the winning point when Spradling fouled him. His great guard- ing helped stop Purdue's spurt. Two days later Illinois climbed to second place by beating Ohio State 3,5 to 31 in a thrilling over- time finish. Goals by Mauer, Lipe and Bud Doolen cinched the game for Illinois after a 29-29 count at the end of the regular playing time. Jack scored I2 points, six of them when points were most needed. Ohio started to rush the Illini after taking a 16 to 9 handicap at the start of the sec- ond half, but a trio of baskets each by Daugher- ity, Mauer and Haines put Illinois just far enough ahead to send the game into the overtime period. Lipe's work saved the day. The outstanding surprise, perhaps, of the entire . 15-yn-. . ., I 5 . 4...-S.. .Q i2s3l Stewart Doolcn Mauer Reynolds Lipe conference season occurred when Ruby's boys took Indiana into camp by a 2I to 20 score and snatched undisputed possession of leadership in the conference race. The Illini took a I2 to 2 lead late in the first half, and climbed to an 18 to IO advantage with seven minutes to play after stifling the Hoosiers' rally. Deliberate play, stall- ing tactics and impenetrable defense spoiled In- diana's closing rally. Lipe was high scorer with three goals and a free throw. Illinois' fourth consecutive victory, a 24 to 16 win over Chicago, gave the Orange and Blue a .4 . , 2- , 1 l 4 , Haines Ruby Mauer ' Daugherity Haines Martin Kassel six-won, two-lost rating in the Hag race, and the Illini appeared to be Hin." The inevitable "let- down" after the Indiana game resulted in a slow, uninteresting game. It was a battle between two strict defenses, and long shots by Daugherity and Haines helped win. "Pug" was the high point man with ten markers. Riding the crest of the conference race, Illinois looked to the three coming games with Michigan, Purdue and Indiana with high hopes. Michigan dealt them a cruel blow with a 33 to 24 victory in the New Gym when Illinois got down to real work too late to catch the Wolverines. iust beginning to hit their real stride. Fighting up from the low end of a 2I to 5 score at half time, the Illini brought the count up to 29 to 24, and then lan- guished. PURDUE WINS, 28 TO 23 A journey to LaFayette, Ind., resulted in a 28 to 23 disappointment for the Illini, but left them a chance to tie for the title in the coming two games. Purdue started fast and never stopped, a belated rally leaving the Illini still behind on a 23 to I7 score late in the second half. It was Purdue's night of retribution, and the Illini missed the few short shots they were able to take, Jack Lipe leading Illinois' halting offense. Indiana, proving itself to be the best team in the conference, read the last funeral rites of Illi- nois' title hopes with a 28 to 2 5 victory achieved l234l The Illini dedicated the new gymnasium to basketball during the 1926 season. over a fighting Illini team in the last home game of the year. After allowing Indiana an early start, Illinois took up a six-point handicap with the score I7 to II and carried the Orange and Blue into a 25 to 18 lead with a furious rush late in the closing period. Beckner and Sponsler hit the basket for four baskets in rapid-fire order to cinch the victory after Deimling had left the Hoor via the personal foul route. Daugherity's cold kept him out of the game, and Winston's height per- mitted Indiana to control the ball. Thus died Illinois' title hopes. Minnesota closed Illinois' season with a 28 to 2 I defeat of Ruby's hopes for an undisputed pos- session of fifth place. Haines' five brilliant baskets at long range could not overcome the balanced strength of Minnesota, just reaching the height of its game, and a tired Illini team, weary after a long train journey without a day of rest from the hard Indiana game, fought futilely. Hopes for 1927 are very bright. Assistant Coach Cord Lipe has sent up the best freshman squad in history to Coach Ruby to add to his list of live returning letter men: Captain-elect Russ Daugherity, Jack Lipe, Ken Deimling, Chuck Kassel and Mike Reynolds. It should be an Illi- nois year. l235l HOW THEY FINISHED Indiana . . . Michigan ...... Purdue . . . Iowa .......... ILLINOIS ..... Ohio State ..... Minnesota ..... Wisconsin ...... Won Lost 3 4 8 4 3 4 8 4 6 6 6 6 5 7 4 8 Chicago ....... 4 8 Northwestern ---5 9 Pct. .667 .667 .667 .667 .5oo .5oo .416 -333 -333 .2 5o ,, A . . " ' 1 4 Hill Simonich Chestnut Logan Coach Lipc Wcstmark Wintvrbauer Drcnckpohl Kamm Ewing Schlenz Illlamzgcfj Bassford McCoy Tarwain Glass Julian Klaus Bennett Wachob Greene Lind Gamble Drew Edwards Dorn Johnson Wachowski Lindsay LA.. CORD C. LIFE Coach Freffzmfm Udfflfjl fafkeibal! CORD C. LIPIC , HARRY SCHLICNZ . H. li V H C H V R. HILL J. SIMONICH H. CHESTNUT L. LOGAN D. xv14:s'1'MARK '12 iv1N'risRrsAU1zR w. DRENCKPOHL W. A. KAMM I 1 A J . L. I.. B. EWING I". BASSFORD W. MCCOY A. JOHNSON I-l. LINDSAY l236l J. R W. R R R R H C li H li T TARWAIN C. GLASS L, JULIAN KLAUS L, BENNETT s. WACHOB C. GRI-:ENE G. LIND D. GAMBLE H. DREW H. EDWARDS F. DORN 1J.wAcHowsm Coach .llrlnagvr R SPGRT P2371 A . KENNEY Captain of Conference Championship Wrestling Team Uzzrfzbf Wrefflzhg T takes a champion to make a champion, and class will always tell. Consequently, Illinois' wrestling team, conquer- ing mighty handicaps of inexperience and injury, surprised the entire conference and somersaulted to a championship during the past season, and the man who showed the way after many setbacks proved his right to the title of the world's great- est intercollegiate wrestling coach-Paul Prehn. The Illini won four of their five dual meets, beating Ohio State's team of six veterans in the championship match when not conceded a chance, winning their fifth championship for Prehn dur- ing his seven years here, while rolling up a total of 30 victories in 34 dual meets. It was his third undisputed title, the Illini having had sole claim to the llag in IQ20 and 1922 and tying for the honor in IQ24 and 1925 with Indiana. Inability to meet the Hoosiers was the only real disappoint- ment ol' the season. Prehn's record is unparalleled in college wrestling, especially considering the fast competition of the Big Ten. Illinois hadvended the 1925 season with seven UI" men available for 1926, but only two of these men, ex-Captain Kenney and Captain Geis were at all available this past year. Consequently, after harboring the prospect of a veteran team, Prehn was forced to start from PAUL PRHHN C ouch the ground, building a mid-season team around one "I" man, K'Hek" Kenney, who had been re- elected captain when Geis left school. The new-built Illini machine ground its way to an 18 to 2 victory over Minnesota in its first dual meet, Kenney and Geis winning by falls. Shively, heavyweight, Thacker, bantamweight, Humphrey, light heavyweight, and Law, feather- weight, won their bouts by decisions, Sams losing the only match in the welterweight class. The con- CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS , . , Sams Straub Shively Webster Humphreys Prehn KCum'lrj Soga Shultz Ritz Sewell Phillips fJIunagerj Stangle Luw Kenney fCi1plainj Gunloizk Hussey Thacker Tossetti F2381 Captain Kenney---P1'chn'x best bet ference, expecting to see Illinois dazed by losses and injuries, sat up and took notice. Prehn next took his men on Illinois, longest trip in history, a jaunt to meet West Virginia's power- ful team. The Illini suffered their first dual meet loss in three years by a IQ to 6 score. Kenney and Geis took decisions, which count three points in the East, for Illinois' only scores. Inexperience lost the meet, for Ritz pinned himself by care- lessly rolling over on his back and lying there while maintaining a hold on his opponent and Thacker grew careless and leaned, while leading in time advantage, too far forward while complet- ing a figure four scissors. The thrills of an entire season were crowded into the last match in the Iowa meet, and nothing short of one of "Red" Grange's famous runs ever produced as much excitement as swayed the large crowd when Illinois won the meet from the Hawk- eyes' powerful team in the last II seconds. Re- cuperating from their loss to West Virginia, Prehn's men came through to a 9 to 8 victory, spoiling Iowa's record with its only blot of the season for the fifth time in many years. Ralph Webster, sophomore heavyweight, was the hero of the meet. Soga, wrestling his first meet in the featherweight class, and Thacker in the bantamweight division had taken Illinois' four points by decisions, Captain Kenney had been beat for the first time in three years, and Iowa had rolled up an 8 to 4 advantage when the last bout was called. Prehn won the meet when he selected Webster instead of Shively as the man most likely to go out and get a fall, for five points were needed for a victory. Webster pursued Hobart for rr minutes, his opponent playing a safe game while the crowd begged for a fall. Securing a farther bar-arm and half-nelson as the seconds waned, Webster forced his man to the mat with a grip like grim death which left his forearms paralyzed and himself al- most unconscious for five minutes after the match, but the Hawkeye's shoulders touched the mat with II seconds to go. Then bedlam broke out. Three days later Illinois took two falls and two decisions from Chicago for a I4 to 6 victory, earn- ing the right to meet Ohio State for the confer- ence title. Stangle and Gunlock, wrestling their first bouts of the year, won by falls, while Shively and Law won on time advantage. FIRST LOSS IN THREE YEARS The Illini lost their first conference dual meet in three years to Wisconsin, I3 to 11, in a miser- ably wrestled meet. Stangle took his second fall of the week and Kenney won a decision, Soga and Ritz earning draws in their bouts. With the conference title hanging in the bal- ance, and the "dope', all against them, the Illini went to Columbus for the year's Hnal meet be- tween the two division champions. Thacker won the first bout with a decision, Soga sprang the sur- prise of the meet by beating ex-Captain Snyder, hitherto undefeated, and Kenney then took a de- cision. Gunlock lost by bare time advantage of 1 :o3, but Ritz gave Captain Watkins his first de- feat by winning a decision, piling up an 8 to 2 lead. Humphrey and Shively, instructed by Coach Prehn to take no chances, took none whatsoever, and the meet was won 8 to 6. Each man wrestled his best bout of the year. The Illini failed to win a conference individual championship the following week, Thacker reach- ing the finals but lost to Weir of Iowa. Shively lost his first bout by failing to call a coin's toss after he had secured 24M seconds advantage, 5M seconds too few, over Fisher of Indiana in their overtime bout. Ritz lost his first bout in the over- time period, while Kenney reached the semi- finals. Bernie Shively was elected to lead the 1927 team. Humphrey, Ritz, Gunlock, Soga, Thacker, and Webster of last season's "I" men will be available for next year while the only losses are Bussey, Law, Stangle, Tossetti and Captain Ken- ney-the greatest loss of all. It looks like an- other good year in 1927 for Prehn and Illinois. H391 Udfflbf Temzzy -. :T ,, ...N" '..,. .,.C- ,-H r.,-I Q.. johns Dubach Goodwillie KCapt.j Earle Shoaff Hoover ICaachj Beginning the season with but two "I" men, Shoaff, brilliant Illini sophomore, led Illinois to Captain Goodwillie and johns, Illinois' tennis its first victory over Purdue, four matches to two. team, battled through a hard schedule to a suc- After losing to Michigan in a hard fought meet, cessful season in 1925, winning three conference 4 to 3, Illinois beat Chicago 4 to 2, and Ohio meets, and tying Butler. State 6 to 1, the same week. ,IS I Uarfzbf Qymmzfff 1 4 Illinois suffered a rather disastrous season in by 775 to 751 points over Coach Heidloff's men. gymnastics during the past year. McDonald was awarded his major "IH for his The Illini lost three dual meets, Chicago win- work at the conference meet where he was second ning by a 1,225 to 1,091 score, Iowa by the nar- high point man. row margin of 1,077 to I,O4I points, and Purdue l24Ol .x 'Wi .,,,,, ,,, 1 vi' l l. 6, V5 wi , ! lfylfg an A lilrlv ilfii Until J as I -r, Eiizli 1. fag. gl., llylil' l ri liill :al ia'-14' jf . will lf.. igfill I H l' .4 l"ll .iffl I' ll ami 6 1 it ' Ml S Iwgl: 'full il, 5 ,W - 5 !'. V- U. ,w .X it :H wwf ,l -'il - v.-v.,.+. H , . V va 345 Uarfzbf if QOH if With two brilliant sophomores, Tewksbury and Kunstader, to back up Captain Humphreys, "Swede" Hall, and Hunt, the only veterans, Illi- nois went through a fairly successful season in golf last year. The Illini won their first two meets by over- whelming scores, beating Purdue zo to 3, and al- most whitewashing Northwestern, 21 to 1. How- ever, Michigan took Coach Swank's men down the trail, I5 to 9, and Chicago made it even worse in the last meet, 18 to 4. Scattered points were all the Illini could win, their balanced strength tak- ing these in the "best ball" play. Kunstader set the pace in the conference meetis qualifying rounds, later reaching the semi-finals, but Rolfes, Novotnys, and Dawsons of other years were absent. "Bill' Tewksbury was chosen 1926 captain. if!f'7'Yl-"iff 'fJf!f.i"1'ZWGckW?i'A?.i .' ' Lfl.'i'f.":'. ' ' 1:5-' ' .- "',,'L'f"1I."4 ,yr ..' "4 Illinois' fencing team thrust and parried its way through a successful season in 1926. Uarfzbf ezmbzg ,.. .- . 1 fam..-4 . .:.. .4 .. . Brownlee took second in the foils at the con- ference meet, while Goddard was fourth in the llsiwil Beginning with only one "I" man, Captain epee and Voorhees fourth in the broadswords' Brownless, on hand at the start of the season, play. Brownlee earned his major "I" by his good llitfilg Coach Shumway's men took their first dual meet work. Perry, Goddard and Voorhees are the from Chicago 7 to 6, tied the next with Iowa, 6 to minor letter men, who will be available next year, Ui: 6, and outpointed Purdue by a 9 to 5 score at the while King, Deane, and Brownlee will graduate. Sjfili end of the season. lffzi mga? .'.e l f l:Qn:QlEifTllfQigifs.. H411 715111152 fowlzkzg x, Fi-1 A , . Sloops K.'llgr.j Flowers Koepko Mallory fCapI.1 Tombaugh Krick Proving themselves the class of.their inter- collegiate bowling league which included Yale, Syracuse, DePauw, Navy, and Rensselear, Illi- nois bowlers rolled into so large a lead in their telegraphic matches that the team was expelled from the league for violation of the "foul line" rule, a technical charge, which might have been applied to every team in the league. n Reid Tombaugh, captain of last yearls co- championship team, was the only veteran of the quintet managed by Don Stoops, which included Captain Dave Mallory, Flowers, Koepke, Krick and Tombaugh. Mallory had the high average of 197 pins for six matches, while Koepke was sec- ond with IQI and felled the largest number of pins with 4,021 in seven matches. The Illini rolled their high match against Syra- cuse with 3,014 pins with a high game of 1,100 in the same match, and the only non-telegraphic match was against DePauw, Illinois winning 2,490 to 2,337. Urzrfzbf Pkzier T010 Led by Captain Powers, an all-conference se- lection, Cofiel and Blackman, Illinois' water polo team won five meets and lost one during the past season, piling up 39 points to their opponents' 15, while winning four of their five conference meets and registering the best record in the Big Ten. Illinois beat Purdue IO to 0, Indiana I3 to 0, Iowa 6 to 5, Wisconsin 7 to 3, losing to Chicago 7 to 3 and beating Washington University 8 to 1 in a post-season match. Only Powers, O'Brien, and Quackenbush are lost for next year. Uarfzbf Sfzozhzmzkzg Moulding a team of sophomores around six vet- erans, Coach Manley led the Illini swimming team to three victories in six dual meets last season. Captain Bill O'Brien removed any doubts of a successful season by diving to the national inter- collegiate championship at Annapolis and com- pleting his career undefeated in dual meets, rat- ing the All-American Team. Illinois beat Purdue 39 to 30 and Indiana 44 to 25 to start the season, losing to Iowa by a 44yz to 24M score, to Chicago 42 to 27 and to Wiscon- sin 35 to 25, the fancy diving event being thrown out due to a disagreement over the number of judges. A victory over Washington University, 38 to 31, closed the season. O'Brien, Blankley, Captain-elect Lamb, and Fisher starred consistently for Illinois. O'Brien and Sekera, both divers, and Taylor are the only graduation losses. l242l S JOE T. LEWIS Interscholastic Manager Ifzierfdzolafizk ROVING themselves the class of 1,300 en- trants entered from 182 Illinois high schools, Danville and Eldorado athletes tied for honors in class "A" while Hinsdale walked off with laurels in class "B" of the thirty-first annual state inter- scholastic track meet in the stadium last May. The winners in Class "A" scored I7 points each to beat out a well-matched field in a closely-con- tested meet. Senn of Chicago was third, with 15, Tilden Tech fourth with I3 and West Frankfort fifth with my? points. Hinsdale counted 28 points. Carlinville was a good second with 222, while Wenona was a distant third with II in class "BW Only one record was broken owing to a heavy, wet track and a high wind. "Bon Orlovich, jo1iet's star quarte-r miler, . maintained the traditions of the meet for breaking at least one , record annually by racing the class "A" quarter mile in :51.6, C shattering by one-iifth of a 1 second a record which had stood unchallenged since 1908. v Orlovich ran into the wind for 32 5 of his 440 yards, and his r performance is all the more ex- ceptional because of this fact and the wet track. Given a good day, he might have equalled his record competition time of 250. WILLIAM A. DREYER Interxcholastic Circus Manager vich as individual star of the meet by winning the broad jump and low hurdles in class "BH and running anchor on Hinsdale's winning relay team. McDonough of Carrollton also won two first, the 100 yard dash and the high hurdles. Patterson of Tilden and Wiggins of Eldorado tied for high point honors in class "A", Patterson won the 220 and came second in the century dash, while Wig- gins took the shot put and was second in the high jump. Hinsdale's individual stars T f won class UB", taking four iirsts, While Car1inville's well- 1 balanced strength placed her second. Three athletes gave Danville a tie for honors in " class "AU, Howry winning the mile, Whitlock the javelin, and Mason the low hurdles while coming fourth in the highs. El- dorado also required no more than three men to tie with Dan- ville. Wiggins took the shot put and was second in the high jump, Murphy won the broad jump and Tison was third in the javelin. 1 Brilliant performances were lacking as a rule, except for Orlovichis feat, due to adverse weather conditions, but the leap with which'Wachowski of Har- rison Tech won the high jump, 5 feet, 1 1M inches, Borsum of Hinsdale shared honors with Orlo- was noteworthy. ' 1 l243l Irzimmzzml ARKED by a record list of entries in every sport offered from competition, the 1925- 1926 intramural season proved the most success- ful of history, all the records for entries made during the past year being discarded, due to the increasing popularity of this branch of athletics. The 1925-1926 season was inaugurated on October zo, by the intramural fall track meet in the Stadium after several weather postponements. Delta Tau Delta won with 2 3 points, the Dekes being 4M points behind and Chi Phi a good third. Stephens took iirsts in both dashes and the broad jump for the Delts, being high point man of the meet. The work of Orlovich, Kappa Delta Rho, in winning the quarter-mile dash under distress- ing weather conditions was one of the outstanding performances. Emmett Pare, Theta Kappa Phi, twice former national junior clay court champion, made a walk- away of the fall tennis singles, beating Thompson in the finals, 6-o, 6-1. The two then paired in the doubles and swept through the meet. Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the team trophy in fall golf, while "Bill" jordan, Sigma Phi Sigma, beat Carter, Zeta Psi, for the individual title. Pi Kappa Alpha trounced Sigma Pi in the finals of the fall playground ball league, 9 to 5. Worth allowed but eight hits, in turn clouting three blows which figured prominently in Pi K. A.'s fight back into the lead after losing a commanding early lead. Chi Beta beat Phi Delta Theta in the volley- ball flnals for the second consecutive year with a convincing 15-7, 15-8 victory. The Phi Kappa Tau pledges beat those of Tau Epsilon Phi in their final match, 12-15, 15-6, 15-7. l ,,,. ,p . ,V ' . v1 1 FRIED H. FOX Manager Featured by the fancy diving victory of Groh over Bill OlBrien, Varsity tank captain, the intra- mural swimming meet was held on Dec. 6 with few noteworthy performances. Zeta Beta Tau won the water basketball title from Delta Upsilon after a tightly-fought match, 4 to 3. Nine records fell and two were tied in the fifth annual intramural athletic carnival which drew 1,300 entries and was held in the Armory, March zo. Garland Grange broke the 75-yard dash rec- ord in :o7.8. Tau Kappa Epsilon set the only new relay mark in the fraternity freshmen relay. Other records were established by Cox in the rope climb, Hattley in the sack race, Tarlowsky and Valen- Garret Bennethum Morse Fisher 1 Newton Menz Blackman Blixvn K l A Sophomore Managers ,. i. A 1 l.. F! C. R. BOYNTON A. Y. BINGHAM Junior Managers l244l Av- Pi Kappa Alpha-1924-1925 Baseball Champions tine in the military three-legged race, Mitchell in the tumbling event, Theta Epsilon in the sorority needle race, Miller in the horizontal bar event and Mittleman in the walking race. Stevens took the light heavyweight title from Travis in the feature bout of the intramural box- ing finals during the carnival. Clark, a diminutive bantamweight, featured the mat and ring bouts by winning the titles of his weight in both rings. Delta Tau Delta climaxed the winter season by beating Sigma Pi 20 to 8 for the campus frater- nity title and the next night walloping Nu Sigma Nu, champion of the University's medical college teams at Chicago, in a hard fought battle which ended 30 to 23. After the Braeuninger club had beaten the Chillers in the independent finals, this flashy five took on the Delts for the all-University intra- mural title. It was Delta Tau Delta all the way, 'fSquints" Doolen leading his team to a 26 to I7 victory. Sigma Pi's "B" team beat Phi Kappa in the finals of their league. Mason, Psi Upsilon, won the spring intramural golf championship by beating Hafer in the finals, 3 and 2. Friedlander, Sigma Alpha Mu, beat Kaiser in the tennis singles after a terrific four-set battle, 7-5, 2-6, 7-5, 6-1. Montgomery and Stephens beat Miller and Westby, 6-1, 6-1, 6-2, in the doubles finals. "Moon" Trenkle, Kappa Delta Rho, won the horse-shoe singles championship by beating Lowe, Phi Pi Phi, in the finals, but Trenkle and Holmes later lost the doubles title to Hunsley and Dowell, Alpha Gamma Rho. Pi Kappa Alpha ended the 1925 spring season by taking the baseball championship for the sec- ond year in succession, beating Theta Xi 2 to 1 in the finals. Sigma Pi won the intramural participation tro- phy during the 1924-1925 season for the second year consecutively. Pi Kappa Alpha was second. DELTA TAU DELTA-1926 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS v Duughcrity fTflli718f2 Hilderbrand Wurdccker Hevron flllgnj Stephens Hull Lusted Lanum Doolen l245l ,r n. 1 V -N 1' . 11,4535 ,.vv. . f , 1 Fx ll. 15, I x 1 1. s , -. n , i W 1 ,. f if , 41 . ,, i X L . 2 3 . 5 .. , . X ' N. I R E f ' A 2 X "Wi ,P ' '-1 1 , ifi 1 f E . gi 3? 33: ' 'R VET: gf? 3: mt D, 'N ' -1 ' .ye : .wfg Wm o ff l. 'ilu' 1,1 , 3 , A -' ' Q ' M . m ' V- ' 4 1---1------. 2--':,"2w.E1e:::m x41gQ .,-4.:1..J::,:-..-m-..4, ubigfW.e':fl' ..,.:.zm'.:, M .rt cn.. ' YQP reseofofifvo Illinois Women LMOST any woman by diligence and perseverance is able to ob- tain a fair measure of success in any one specialized field. It is not every woman, however, whose success is measured in terms of all round ability, who partakes in athletics, activities, so- cial life, and obtains good grades in addition. These girls who have won rec- ognition in all these fields, who have been nominated by popular student vote and have been judged as represen- tative leaders, deserve much credit in- deed. -Photographs by Maguireir Studio. 761526 Turvef X yd 1 'Q x. X X Jbfczry fuffnier 1. 1 Y A l..1L,.gg. -,-.4 A v 1 i 1 I x 1 r 1 5 i e I I I . 1 i s ,- ' 4 7 .V . , , ,V , If f I X' X ' Af' If ,,. ,.... ..,, Qzih Svfzfzoemm P A .- A . ,i .,f ' I I ,,. I 11- Q --f-J..'.. .x'J.hv6.Q-L.. " Either Wzbland N--.,, emi Faulkner jane ,fguife Brown X if ' ' x v,.,,-,...... ..,,,M.... ., ., .,.,..,. , . . . , , , julzkz Walker ff xx, X N . X lf' Q, Qjik . Q f 1 N 1' Urns V L, -4 1 . 1 5 4 'M ,-1,1 E-25: F2 32425 U35 212554 23543 nb' Ll' . M 12:3 LP- . ij 3111? KW E ff? y Wig , ,AA , 1 Q Qi: W' E74 5 515 ia QQ. V X Jbfdry Flom f-df if WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES DOROTHY MULB ICRRY Pfbmaznlv ,Qgague DOROTHY MULBERRY FLORENCE BI-ILSHAW ROBERTA MOORE . . BEATRICE CARTER . MARY BURNIER . JEAN FAULKNER . OFFICERS . . . 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Irwin Ilonnvn Dicus PW1m11z'.v Wefare ommzfiee DOROTHY STYAN T is the function of the Womanls Welfare Com- and housekeeping, thus helping earn their own mittee to supervise the three co-operative Way through School. houses, Alpha, Beta and Campbell Cottage. The committee provides the furnishings for these u I houses with the proceeds from the Operetta it cess this year, having the added asset of some espe- gives each year. The girls who occupy the houses cially fine, trained voices and the Picturesque operate them themselves, doing their own cooking costumes of the period of Robin Hood. The operetta, f'Robin Hood," was a great suc- lll'ITA HOUSE - , .., ' 1 n 1 . A .x-, V . , , , , ,. .N . . . W.. , N L- .. Q . I J WOMAN'S WELFARE Ol'IiRli'l"l'A "ROBIN HOOD" f261j l l ... , il ' Orange and flue eezttzers .. ' BLUE FEATHERS 1925 BE'l"l'Y TURNELL .............. . . . Q CHARl.O'l"l'E WALKER . . liire SUSAN l'E'l'lCRHANS . . . . . W IRENIC STYAN . . . . . BLUE FEATHERS 1926 LOUISE BROOKINGS ........,.... . . . ROSALIND MATHES JEAN WINSLOW . . ALVINA RIQICHMAN . . . Vice Turnell Styzin Walker ORANGE FEATHERS 1926 RUTH MCARTHUR .............. . . . PRISCILLA WILCOX . . . . Vire CATHERINE DUNLEVY . . . . . HAZEL STARR .... . . ORANGE FEATHERS 1925 DOROTHY HALL .............. . . . FRANCES MCGINNIS . . Vice FRANCES ASH . . . . . . DOROTHIEA BAUER , . . Brookings Mathcs Winslow Reichmun President President Secretary Treasurer President President Secretary Treasurer President President Secretary Treasurer President President Secretary Treasurer McArthur Wilcox Dunlevy Starr Bauer BICGlnnl5 f262j golf! feathers GOLD FEATHER COUNCIL BETTY TURNELL ...... CLI-ITIS WESTALL . . . CHARLOTTE WALKER . ESTHER FARRELL . . ELEANOR LAMBERT . . FRANCES ASH .... MAIDA BARTHOLOMEW . . . . W. L. . . IV. A. A. . . liinamvr . . . Sofia! . . Slifllfilj' . . . Group . l'. IV. C. fl. Rrpfcrrnlalivc Rvpfcrcnlativc Ir'r'prcs1'11lalivc Rcpnrscntalivc Rvprrrmzlativc Rcprcrvnlalivc Rrprcscnfalivc HE Gold Feather organization, started on this campus a year ago has proved the nucleus of the soph- omore women's activities. The new idea of having sandwich sales to raise money for the student aid fund was quite a financial success. r ! 1 l SANDWlCH SALES Ash Turncll Wcstull Walker Farrell Ln mbcrt Bartholomew l263l Pwmazzff Qague Tea l l , . EDNESDAY means Womans League Tea, and Womanls League Tea means Cgbesides cookies and teaj the chance to meet many new friends and to chatter awhile with all the old friends that one has not happened to run into on the campus during the week. Each sorority and hon- orary sorority has the privilege of serving and entertaining at this tea at least once a year. 264 ll a 1 , 'w i 'i ,- F1 ,a li ,i '2'T?VL". . - - HE charming and traditional fes- tival of May Fete took place on the week-end of Motheris Day. A courtly parade, enhanced by flower- decked girls in beautiful costumes, opened the program of picturesque dances. W. A. A. sponsored May Fete, and Charlotte Woodward was chosen May Queen by popular vote. Esther Wieland Cin circlej acted as chairman of May Fete, and Mary Burnier was chairman of Mother's Day Committee. Jmzy fate 5 l265l PW 1' MARY LOU WARREN .Woof MISS CURRY OFFICERS MARY LOU WARREN . ..... . Prcxidmzt MARION FISHER , . . . . Vice-President MARGARET OLDFATHER . . . . . Secretary ORAL WILLIAMS . . . . Undergraduate Rcprcscnlalivc HE fact that so many girls are working on committees of our Y. W. C. A. and the fact that everyone has a profound interest in all its functions, prove how very important is its function at the University of Illinois. 1 '5f'.."' ' .4 -. .I Q i .j1 I . I . 1 K y i 'M . Fisher Oldfnthcr Williams l:2661 jfzrft Calibre! McCombs Null Iiurnicr Oldfwther Fisher Warren Williams Christopher Armstrong DEPARTMENTS AND COMMITTEE HEADS MARGARET OLDFATHI-IR MARY BURNIER . . . LOUISE ARMSTRONG . DAISY FAIRFIELD . DOROTHY MOSIER . . NORA NULL ..... MILDRED CHRISTOPHER VERA MCCOMBS . . . EVELYN HOKE . . . LUCILLE RIDDLE GLADYS HOSLER . . VAILLE DRY ..... FRANCES MARY KNIPI' DONNABELLE FRY . LURA HULESTER . FRANCES MOORE . MILDRED YATES . HARRIET IRWIN . ESTHER CHRISTY . LORA DEERE . . . KATHERINE BAIRD . . ALICE HANSEN .... KATHERINE HUTCHINS ISABELLE HANFORD . DOROTHY MASTERS . SARAH FISHER . . MARIAN PARKER . MARTHA BLOOD . JUANITA BROWN . RUTH HILGARIJ . JANET WESTON . . . ELIZABETH GULICK . . ROBERTA GLENN . . . MARGARET MCMILLAN . FIRST CABINET SECOND CABINET . Illuetingr lllembership and Citizenship . . . . . . . . . Social Social Service . Girl's Work . . Finance . . Publicity . Employment Religious Education . . . . . . Church Co-operative and Life Service World Fellowrhip Conference and Enrlowmcnt Speakers and Lcaderr Music . Freslxmon lllefnberrhip anrl Calling H671 Upper Clars ll'l'ltllJCfSlliP . . . . . . Alumna . . House . . . . Partier . . . lixtrnrion . Cunningham House . . County Farm . . Garwoorl lloure . . . . Hospital . . . lnriurtrial . Senior Girl Reserve . Junior Girl Reserve . . Younger Girls . . Recreation . Student Finance . Faculty Finance . . . , Porter . . Booster . Iinzployntent Sedona! Cafvzhei Glenn Baird I.vMusls-r l':1rkcr llvvrv Rxddh y Hu-.lc r Mmm- Blood Brown Hutchins Ilnnfurcl Hum Isu r Mcllllla n Gulich Irwin W4-stun Ifishvr Iiilgurd Fisha r L hrlstn Ixmpp BOARD OF DIRECTORS MRS. MILO S. KI'1'I'CHl7M, Clmifmazx MRS. G. A. INIILLICR MRS. A. l'. CARMAN MRS. S. A. POWER MRS. R. IC. HIICRONYMOVS MISS MAR'l'I'IA J. KYLIC MRS. J. I-I. BABICR EX-OFFICIO MISS MARIA LICONARIJ MISS IiLIZABl'I'l'H CVRRY MARY LOU WARRICN MARION IVISIIICR ORAI, WII,I.IANS l'IIRIS'I'MAS l'AR'I'Y Nl' THIC KTNXINUIIAA III f268j rofhomfz om1m'ff1'o11 Wells Anderson lilliotl llm-mlvrsmi I'i-ltigrs-w Hass-r 'l'lnulv lirnokings Filby Hirst Kzirlyk Km-lchum Sdn-il: Cox Kuppus Mcllinly Gilroy Lockhart Crook Mumford Mathis 'Fruv Ilowmzin Wilson Woivlbs-1't Sophomore Sorwko Rvlliillllilll ll:li'n:l1'fl i,l'lfiL'llllX Lylllilll Ilucli Rolivi' l'1'ck Smith Qui-rlwixn Grim Riu- Nlxiris I4-u Dunn Kirklwitlc' Wi-stall Sliull Ailzllns Moss Wnlkvr ilillI'lll'il liilllllll vlilll'lH'I' Blcliinis l'illlilllllS li1Il'lillIi0llll'XV Rm-w iit'l'gINill1 I'1ni'r-ll l269l Doll Show THE THIEF OF BAGDAD THE S'I"U'DENT PRINCE PAUL PREHN'S Brown Mueller Schweitzer White Jackson Maris Weston Wallace Loomis Bowen Saling Kilgard Null Hale Scott Davis Blood Patton Kraft Martin Turner Norton Irwin HE custom of having a Doll Show is probably confined to this campus. The dolls are dressed to represent assigned topics, and a cup is given to the house having the best dressed and best repre- sented dolls. The subject this year was "Topics of the Day." Some of the dolls are sold here in the Y. W. C. A. and the rest are shipped to Chicago to a benevolent society. Alpha Delta Pi and McKinley Hall were first and second winners. Nora Null was chairman and a large committee served under her efficient managership. P l270l DELTA DELTA DELTA KL!N'Y'f.' '---"'f' -2- " TI W Cul Slum' Show ' Kappa Kappa Gamma won the Y. W. C. A. Stunt Show this year with a unique and clever stunt entitled "U, of I. 1925 B. C.," depicting the sup- posed college life of our cavemen ancestors. Delta Delta Delta won second place in an original stunt called 'KAngels and Devils." Frances Lewinthal won the individual cup. l 271 l KA PPA KAPPA GAMMA ,. N, i. 'ls 1 FRANCES LEWINTHAL "Qtr: x -vv 1 . oh, .. WOA'XEN'S ATHLETICS ESTHER WIELAND 0 Qi 0 ESTHER WIELAND . . . President MARY BURNIER . . . . Vice President ELIZABETH LAMBERT . . . Secretary LOUISE MCGRATH . . . Treasurer Westall Burnier McGrath Lambert xxyf XUTX Blount Hilgard Huntoon Lambert Burrows Hiemlicher Flom Conley Weber Tucker Busch Eich Ball Sczwierclk Glenn Imbs Hudson McPherson Meeks Jackson jack Bassford Tucker Mosier Tucker Schuler Behrensmeycr Cole Wallace Brown Supple Wcstall Macklin Deere Malcolmson Morrison Stein Moss Schock Lane Laist Knight Drom Cole Thompson Holmes Adams Bonncn Pullen Barnett Macklin Miller Sperling Flackenker Contrutu Douglass Wheeler Nelson Luther Sims Gilmore Wenbons Ash McGrath Burnier Dunkle Wilson Wieland Nicolet Watt Oldfather Brumbaugh Aronson Purves Hulster Knipp i274l MISS FR EER HE large number counted in the member- ship of the Woman's Athletic Association, and the still larger number that are striving to earn enough points to become a member, proves without doubt what an active part athletics now take in our college women's life. Under Miss F reer's guidance W. A. A. has inaugurated several changes this year. The number of points required to become a Major I. A. Girl has been raised and the Minor I. A. group consists of those who are well on their way to obtaining their Major I. A's. ADVISORY BOARD 4 l , 15.1 :- Bonnvn Pullcn Glenn Brumbuugh Ada ms Flom Baird Heimlicher Burnier Wicland Lambert McGrath l275l 1 n 1 1 4 r l .LJ Z7Z07' . . Z7'.f 2 JW' Q1 ' I , ,J LQ .R 1 lull :wif Lf l e l lil ., l Y fl 1 ,Z HE X2 2 l, , , A xJNJ, :W Heimlicher McGrath Drum Cole lirumbuugh Weber 1 Huulster Brown Bonne-n Pullcn Cole lilnunl Nelson 1 Oldfather Lambert Flom Burnier Imbs Tucker M. Tucker Adams I J. Purves Westzrll Supple Sperling Hilgnrcl Sczinivrcsk Macklin ' Glenn Ash Wieland Dicnkle Wat! Sims T 1 M , wr mx lf rl l ,ffsg UH HM cl 'l gf gl 'lil 1 H I ' C 1 ,ll Eh lol L .r,l liz S M Mu r? ADAMS BONNEN BRUMBAUGH 'W ,willy GOLD SEAL GIRLS .vl ffl l A l -.-,,.,, WH MMM, ,4.,,,4 ,WH .... . ,.... W., .. ,,,., ..,.Y.,,-,--, ..,,-,,.....,.,..... ...,. . --....,.......-.....-...-..,..L.,. W- ,H ' ' Q' " rf' A' ' 1,5 l276l N L Ff rl' I K... L41 LM FLOM X 'QR-A Jiffajor Lui Qirlf BONNEN BURNIER -. COLE f". , . Z O J N1 I ADAMS H771 O -Q J u Ol f 1 5 - . BRUMBAUGII vb ty! WIIELAND ..p--n-1 3 v i Horkey H 1- , ' ,. ' 55 y J' ,J 1-f ' ' -fi GLASSOW-Coach HEIMLICHER-Manager CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM Sophomores nv In 'inn Illount Brcckenbnch Thompson Lambert Huntoon Wilson Underwood Inez Macklin Supple Iris Macklin We-stall i278l . - ,,,-' .. .x ' pw fayletball WJ' L 7, L , ' Qu-.'.' ,,"' -iii K . 'iv BROOKS-Coach BRUMBAUGH-Manager CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM Juniors , . , ,. . Watt Burd Wieland Brumbaugh Bonncn Adams Dunkle BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS-'28 H791 -,',,L. , ' ' f . gy. l , l 1 l l , , M m 'I v, 1 . l ' Bafeball 'MAJ X, V. 1JowN14:v-cam, 1'ULLEN-Manager CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM--'28 at-V5 li 2 ll 1' jf' 2 Ek Q V 1 ll: l 1 '. ,H lf ' '.l,l W 1 l .'-Mg Q we Brown Felshaw ' ,' 1 Nelson Barnett Blound Miller ! Westall Supple Douglass Huntoon Macklin H ..-,- wg? lf.. -71--WV-5vf:,..--T,-7,f,7,f,-, "i"1.f,g.5 "1. 1-f:,:5L', F, 1. 4 l28oj wr-,M ADAMS-Jlanrlgcr Track HUcH1'rT-com, ' - Y .. .1 , II f281j ,Qfe Sawzhg C 01305 QV:- Z4 V .,... GARVIN--Coach f282l it - . ' . .nw I Termpzh Flom Maarthc Spcrling Schullvr Bccbc O'Neill Dunham Winholtz Mvslcr Russcll Miller CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING TEAM-'27 CHI OMEGA SWIMMING TEAM Spcrling Tunnlur Schullcr Winholtz Flom Lane Hirst Farrell Milla-r Mcsslcr Crznlhorme ll! X I283I H341 f2351 -. -, , ,.,. ..... 1 .. M., , . 1 , THE UNIVERSITY CLOG FORTY-NINERS THE BOXING CLOG Folk and Clog - Dances N , ' I DIXIE L 286 1 ON DECK Qlvw --w.-v f1,g,, '14 B 1 -., fi 4 "u Umllrnvaoxl if Umlzvzuavd Pholo f2871 Undenuoml fy' Underwood Plzolo ' , ,f 4' .4 0 1 QC? W 9.2 -..f ACTIVITIES PUBLIQATIQNS Q Illini Tzzhlishzng Company PROF. SCOVILL BOARD OF DIRECTORS PROF. H. T. SCOVILL. Chairman DEAN T. A. CLARK DEAN A. J. HARNO A. M. CAMERON PROF. L. M. MURPHY H. C. SMITH D. H. BUSHNELL FLORENCE FINN HE Illini Publishing Company is the general organization established for the purpose of conducting the student publications. Originated in IQII as a corporation not for proiit, the com- pany consists of eight members, four of whom are appointed from among the faculty by the Council of Administration and four elected by the students from among their own number. All business of this company is conducted by a board of directors consisting of the same members as the corporation. These directors appoint the editors and managers of all student publications, Professor F. W. Scott, who is now Editor-in-Chief of the D. C. Heath Publishing Company of New York City, was the conceiver of the form of this company. He was the head and the most active member of the board from the time of its organization until the present year. own all the property of the various publications and determine all matters of general policy. The board of directors allow a wide range of freedom to the editors and managers of the dif- ferent publications. This plan was worked out originally to place all candidates for positions on publication staffs on a competitive merit basis, to give continuity to the editorial and business poli- cies of the separate publications, and to improve the quality of the work turned out and the expe- rience that the members of the staffs gain in their work. DEAN CLARK DEAN HARNO PROF. MURPHY i29Ol Illzhz' YJublz'J!zz?zg Company i Q , . . 'Cb V. L. KRANNERT OFFICE AND PLANT VICTOR L. KRANNERT ..... HE Illini Publishing Company employs a general manager who conducts the business affairs of the company, including the printing establishment, and is business adviser to all the managers, it also employs an editorial adviser, known as the graduate editorial manager, who gives professional advice to the editors, and links the activities of the editorial staffs with the work in journalism. All of the publications, with the exception of the ILLIO, are printed in the company's own plant in the Illinois Union Building. A portion of all the net earnings of these member publications . . . . . . . Company Manager goes into the treasury of the company and is used for the beneiit of the publications and for supply- ing and maintaining the printing plant. These earnings have amounted, in the past fourteen years to something over S6o,ooo.oo, invested in the printing plant and office equipment. The scheme of organization inaugurated here has been used as a model for publication organi- zations throughout the country. Most of the schools in the Big Ten now have publishing com- panies directly patterned after the Illini Publish- ing Company. l , C l . C Smith Finn ' if il. .r . V-, .iv . I I Cameron Bushnell l29Il The Toth Illzrzz' WALLACE R. DEUEL WALLACE R. DEUEL ' Editor RICHARD E. HASWELL . . . . . RUDOLPH H. KAGEY . . . JEROME D. MCLAUGHLIN . . TOM MORROW ..... .... JANE LOUISE BROWN . . . FRANCES MARTIN . . . Associate DOROTHY POLLARD . . . . . DOUGLAS CONSIDINE . . . . CARLETON SMITH . CHARLES B. JUDAH . . , , . Editorial Writer Editorial Writcr Editorial Writer Sports Editor Womanlr Editor Woman': Editor . . Secretary . . Secretary Music Critic Dramatic Critic Brown Morrow Pollard Consndme Smith Marlin Haswell McLaughlin Berchtold I292I W. E. BERCHTOLD I. L. DILLIARD . H. W. FRIER . . M. M. MARBERRY J. L. MACK . . . lie Doubt Illzbzz' MAX A. WESTON MAX A. WESTON Associate Editor . . .Vows Editor . . . News Editor . News Editor . News Editor . .Vcwx Editor F. A. RESCH . . LIS VAN ROBERTS H. W. SAX . . C. H. SCHOOLEY O. I. LEIDING . :tt News Editor News Editor News Editor News Editor News Editor 1 i W Dilliard Fricr Hazen Lciding Mack Marbcrry Resch Roberts Sax Schooley L29 3 1 Cheek Burton Bowton . Brennan Briggs Merrill ' Baird CAMPUS STAFF he 2361.67 Illzhz' JUNIOR ASSISTANTS ENID BAIRD OLIVE BOWTON VIRGINIA BRENNAN LAURA BRIGGS MARGARET BURTON ALICE CHEEK MILDRED MERRILL Vernon Heath Mary Ryan F. J. Koenig Mildred Farnam P. H. Gustafson Mary Jens Marcella Emerson A L Lmdbloom Paul Ambelang J. D. Porter J. T. Casey A. A. Young Frances Ferguson J. G. Leisenring J. W. Browning Vlrg Bmns S. S. Howe E. S. Wilson Grace Campbell W. W. Doeblin P. R. Beath Anita McLean Doris Miller R M Dooley l294l lze DMU Illzhz' I SPORTS STAFF A. L, I'lQ'I'liRSON R. R. FOWLER R. ARMBRUSTICR R. li. BAIRD W. li. CAMERON WOMAN'S STAFF MARY CRATHORNE IRIS MCPHERSON BERNICIC GOLDBERG BETH STUTSON if I 'I x . I Armbrustcr I! I 5 5, 'I' A , V . gg- sl 'Tv ' M . all , Y 4 f N' 'Q rf 5' y V ."' lv. Q5 "n x 'ij 'F Mg, T J' All c , , . . ,. N ,.. . X 5311 3 . Fowlvr MARY MONOHAN - gi? l RUTH BLOUNT l " 'E ' MONICA LYMAN 2 BESSIE SULLIVAN ' , - ' ELIZABICTH KETCHUM 'H L A , KATHERINE WAGENSELLER mwulil ' I -fff i' X lniga Goldberg McPherson Cralhorne Sullrv rn Lyman Monolmn Stulson Ketchum Blount Wugenscller CITY STAFF I. Eiscnstcin Helen Groves Evelyn Cox J. Wetcher C M Jones Alice Oathout Dorothy White Agnes Johnston R. L. Shoemaker L C Anderson F. S. Coombs C. Mills C. Newton R. C. Reno C. Johnson Dorothy Camp l295J -....-.-......,.. .,. ..,, .-,. ,W The Ddlbl Illzhz' Vera Conrad Ruth Johnson Lcota Hicks Mary Held Mary Tulhill Elizabeth Mullins Irva Rankin Florence Clause Irma Kock Martha Zc-igler Veronica Schultz SOCIETY STAFF Ruth Fodder Olive Cox Ruth Ginsberger Ruth Corky Ruth Gillan Fern Ressler Jean Smith Mildred Gustafason Lucille Meeks Elsie Brichacek Mary Brooke Dorothy Jones Dolly Bullis Helen Oehler il ., ,l 1 --. ,,,2.' .rig , 1 x ,. 4.1 'A l 1 , ,S 5 , 1. l J 1 G ,M : l + l 15,3 .ill lo E l P... l . U.. n A I is-.3 Vi ffl W lf. , l .S 4 L4 inf? if rf? f-l ld Til lfng M 'f so , ll" f U.. l-,fl li ll' l 17 ,L Fw fbi ld lf ll gil lfl Vi x-,Q 1 ,A fr. . :mx l l V' ll." Y c l v-1 lm ' lf' .V l :fi ll yg 1 1 - 2.-l ill Fl -as 5-'if fl E fe :gg l' 'rl fi! l 1 JJ . l"?i i l ll .4 if l'f ll YM. li ffl in 1 1 4 Ii Hy infix all yas: :Q l l , ,C A l296l Q ' GOEBEL MURVIN MARSH The Qazb Illzrzz' '1'.j.MURVIN . . . 0. H. Golcmzr. . RL MARSH . . w. E. BUTLER . MARK OGLETRICI-I . F. J. KLINKMAN . A.F.PR11cnE . . . VIRGINIA '1'1c1TG1z . DOROTHY THOMAS . B.D.FOWLER . M.w.vEsT . . P. A. WASHBURN . 1sAB1cr.L1awxev1cR . RUTH RIQEDY . . LOUISE HOLMES . . . . . Business . Axxociala liuximzvs . Associate Business . . . C inrulalion . . . . , C rcdil National . . . . A Champaign Advertising . . . zilcrcllamlixc . . . . . Woman Claxxified Advcrtixing . . . . . . Copy Urbana ami Campus A Manager Managvr Manager Manager lllanagcr dv. Mgr. Manager Manager Manager Manager Manager flu. Mgr. . . Feature Advertising Mgr. . Womarfs Copy Wrizcr Sczrnvlary 5 l jrz w Q' . . fy I . lt' .. L '- cr 1 gi if ' 2 5 ' All ,f -3 - , 1 .- . ' V ' ' " .4 wk . 4- f Blmcr Ogletrec Klinkman Priebe Teitge Wcver Thomas Fowler Vest Washburn Holmes Ru-dy f2971 Dette Barrick Wm-idner Ross rf ,, f fl' 7' 1 u l . 4 l I' 11 , . , 6 1 w- ,.. 5 , ,4 Schock Trunkcy O'Conncl Thompson Miller Kimber Higginbotlxam Stowe Mueller Baily Musgrave Grunt 'F- F' . -.-' Lockwood Morrison Volbcrding Tu rner Miller Broughton Keller Moss Partlow NI ? McKenzie Tyler Barton I293 he Qozbf Illzrzz' CREDIT DEPARTMENT HELEN ROSS ...... Classijcd Adv. Recorder ROBERT MILLER . . . Display Adv. Collector MAIER LEVIN . . . Display Adv. Collector REA JONES . . . Display Adv. Collector CIRCULATION STAFF STELLA SUTERMEISTER MARTHA WEBSTER LUCILLE MUSGROVE LAURA STOWE FRANCIS SCI-IOCK F. M. COLLINS R. T. MACKENZIE R. EKHOLM F. BUTTERFIELD W. HICKMAN' ROVENIA MILLER NATIONAL ADVERTISING HARRY PARTLOW VIOLET BINKLEY J. E. TURNER PAUL BIER CHARLOTTE LOCKWOOD HAZEL MOSS .......... Slcrwgnzphcr FLORENCE MUELLER . . Stcnographer URBANA-CAMPUS ADVERTISING J. W. APPLETON J. G. MILLER J. R. GILLICSPIE CHAMPAIGN ADVERTISING H. G. MARSHALL MILDRED GLAESER H. BAILEY EVALINE PETTIGREW The 961167 Illzhz' Woman's Department ILLINOIS MAGAZINE SARA LOU DAGUE ROMOLA REESE MARGARET BARTON MARY C. KIMHER SHOPPING WITH THE CO-ED ISABELLE WEAVER DOROTHY WEIDNER KATHRYN PETTINGILL MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT VIRGINIA TEITGE FRANCES DETTE GERTRUDE BROWN JOSEPHINE GILLMORE WOMAN'S COPY WRITING DEPARTMENT RUTH REEDY ALICE O'CONNELL ELMA DUVALL ACCOUNTANCY DEPARTMENT LEILA VOLBERDING HELEN CALLAHAN COPY SOPHOMORES WADE BARRICK PALMER BYRNE WILLIAM TRUNKEY COPY FRESHMEN R. MORRISON G. MOCHEL F. BROUGHTON V. KRONE W. GRANT L. KELLER R. MEYER C. HIGGINBOTHAM E. THOMPSON L. CLUSTER I. DOESCHER ,ml .K Q3 I rf' 2 Butterfield Pettigrew Doescher K1-one I 1'-I . l Bler Webster Miller Glacser Hague Levin Iwingill nlarshall Cluster Callahan Appleton Dmcy X.. l299l Q . ,A ' A si. , T . I. fb A W1 - Ie . . ,L , 4 1. 5' I A 1 lf Collins Sutermeister Ekohlm Binkley Gllmofc Byrne Brown Mochal Reese GIHCSDIG Duvall Jones The 19.27 Illia NEWCOMB W. DIEHL Editor EDITORIAL STAFF RICHARD H. WAYNE ........... NORMAN L.RICE . . . . JEROME D. MCLAUGHLIN . LATHROP MACK .... JAMES A. SOLON . . . BETTY WELCH . . FRED JOHNSON . . LEE VAN ROBERTS . L. F. WHITTAKER . . PAUL TARTAK ..... . . HERBERT HACKBARTH JAMES HOLLISTER . . . N. W. DIEHL SOPHOMORE ASSISTANTS FRESHMAN ASSISTANTS CHARLES BENNETT GEORGE ACKERMAN CHARLES DUVALL ROY BAIRD DAVID FEY HENRY KNERR HAROLD LAPPEN JOHN MORSE ROBERT REED WILLIAM WARD 'F ,M " ' xr, . I Y Rice Wayne Solon J oh nson LEONARD DOBBINS REO ELLIOTT JOHN FRIEDL ROGER HAMMAKER EUGENE HAYES EARL LEIMBACHER JAMES MARSHALL GORDON MEAD FREEMAN SWEARINGEN Jllanaging Editor . . . Aft Editor . . . Svnior Editor . . . . Alhlctic Editor . Univvrsity Life Editor . . . Sozviaty Editor . Military Editor . Ilumof Editor . . . . Chicago Editor . . . Stall Photographer Assistant Staff Photographcf Asxistanl Stal? Plmfograplzcr ART STAFF RUTH SHAUGHNESSY SYLVIA MILLER ADFORD KADOCH WALTER ANDERSON RALPH PATCH J. E. SCHACHT BOB DELL mu. JACOB I I K , .. W:-Sv - A v 'I i E Q L i l ? Tartak Welch Whittaker Hackbarth M001 ' - . 1:s:a.."Z McLaughlin Mack T , I I he 1927 Illia 1 WILLIAM P. MARQUAM Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF LAURA STOWE ............. . Secretary CATHERINE MCGLONE . - S0C70l0V1V EDITH SCHOENFELD . . Sccrclary W P. MARQUAM SOPHOMORE ASSISTANTS FRESHMAN ASSISTANTS BRUCE J. CONIBEAR W. D. SALISIIURY STANLEY A. HERZMAN E W. DARMSTA'l"l'ER I-OHN W. HOLMAN D. D. JACOBS EIGII H. HUNT P. H. KAMMANN VVILLIAM B. KENT G. M. WRAY STEVE A. KOSTAKOS E. F. RONNEBERG VIRGIL MCBROOM K. L. SCHELLIE DONALD MCFEELY E. M. RUSSEY FRED MURPHY H. HARTUNG NORMAN A. MILLER F A. STEVENSON E LEWIS B 'ULLER -:'.r!' . ' 1' 4---- Conibear Herzman Holman Hunt Kent Kostakos MCBf00m Miller Murphy McGIone Stowe ICSOII 5aa'z'!0rz'al Staff Duvall Morse Ward Lzlppcn Bennett Fcy Recd Knvrr Baird lilliott Dobbins Lcimbachcr Mead Frr-idl Swearingcn Hzxmmnkcr Ackerman Hayes Marshall Fufzkzeff Staff l Salisbury Darmstultcr Jacobs Kammann Wruy Ronneberg Schcllie Russvy Hurtung Stevenson Lewis Fuller H021 he IQ27 Illia FLORENCE DULL FLORENCE DULL . . JEAN FAULKNER . . ASSISTANT EDITORS HELEN GLAESER OLETA NEAL BEULAH HOLLAND NANCY BOND SMITH CLETIS WESTALL Illia Sales Contest SORORITY WINNERS Beta Phi Alpha, First CATHERINE DAVIS, Captain JOSEPHINE MCNALLY. Assistant HELEN TUCKER, Assistant Alpha Epsilon Phi, Second SYLVIA BACH. Captain WOMEN'S GROUPS WINNERS Corinna Group, First VIRGINIA GREGG, Captain McKinley Hall, Sedona CATHERINE MCGLONE, Captain LA VERNE WOODLEY, Assistant 4 JEAN FAULKNER . . . . Womarfs Editor . Waman's Business .Manager lx McGlone Woodley Gregg Davis McNally Tucker Bach Glacscr Wcstall Q5 5' x 1: . .V I I-Iotland Neal Smith E303 J ANNA PAPANISK . R. E. GLOSS . . F. F. WEBSTER . I. S. FOSNAUGH . R. M. LAWSON . . F. W. TEEGARDEN . Elizabeth Hunt, F. A. HERMAN H. GILSTER ARLINE I-IURON . . H. L. PASSMAN . . T. WINTON . L. E. LATHROI' . K. D. GANAN . MAX KILEY . I i I RUSSICL R. HUGHES DAVID 0. DAWSON he gnterfloriser RUSSEL R. HUGHES Editor DAVID 0.DAWSON Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF ASSISTANTS Nichols, G. A. Chromis, W. H. McIntyre, B. BUSINESS STAFF l a . u 4 . Womarfs Editor . Graduate Editor . Associate Editor . Associate Editor . Associate Editor . Associate Editor J. Sustcr, H. W. Ocrman, W. C. Howard . . Advertising Manager Assistant Business Manager . Assistant Advertising Manager ASSISTANTS . . Circulation Manager . . . Foreign Advertising . . Collection Manager . . . Copy Manager G. Burgis, Margaret Barton, M. Riley. G. Goldstein, E. King, Marie Colvin, H. Dallas, Lillian Scaberg, H. Rice, W. McNauprhton, Ruth Rcccly, A. Klein, I. Prusterman, H. Bn-nnctlxum, L. Pfingston, Ruth Dammers Arline Huron Fosnough Ganan Marie Colvin Gilster King Lawson Lathrop Ruth Reedy Howe Margaret Barton Johnson Anna Papanck Passman Helen Dallas Goldstein Lillian Seaberg i304l ' I ,l lg . I RUDOLPH KAGEY DELAWARE HARRISON he Siren RUDOLPH KAGEY Editor DELAWARE HARRISON Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF R. HASWELL , . . ....... . . . . VAN ROBERTS . . . . ROSEMARY JOHNSON . . SARAH DARNALL ............ . BUSINESS STAFF 12.K. JOHNSON . . ....... . . HAROLD sromzu ....... V ..... ,vammaz nov RISER ................. . Local Contributing Editor Contributing Editor Contributing Editor . Exrhangc Editor Advertising Manager Advertising Manager Circulation Manager wckson Mar Cecelia Helen Gabcline, Harriet McLaughlin, Grace Goodman, Florence J. , y Kimber, M. P. Hall, S. Ellison, H. N. Solomnn, F. M. Perkins, R. Lowy, A. H. Meyerstein, R. Barash. n1...1. l ,- I V . . v Y Lowy Perkins Riser Soloman Barash Ellison Coughlin Jackson Goodman McLaughlin Dnrnall Kimber Gribeline Johnson Meyestein Hall Harrison Lewis Storcr lsosl C. F. HENDRICK R. A. MERRILL J.FRANKs . . J. 0. EPHGRAVE R.R.DU1-Els . H. J. ANDERSON 14. K. JOHNSON M. E. R. G. H. G. C. F T. P. l . w-1' ' H. A. VAGTBORG S. I. RO'l"I'MAYER lze eclznogmplz H. A. VAGTBORG Editor S. I. ROTTMAYER Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF .X Arsociatc Editor J. H. KIRSCH . Assaciate Editor j. D. PROUTY . . . Assistant liditur R. J, SOLOMAN . . Assistant Editor BUSINESS STAFF . Associate Businusr Manager P. H. TARTAK Associate Business Manager F. A. MILLER Circulation Manager . . .flssirtant Editor . . . Art Editor . Copy Manager . . . . . Advertising Manager ..............Capylllanagzzr F. E. Holmstrzind, A. G. Davis, E. F. Todd, J. Murphy, W. L. Collins, H. W. Krasberg, li. F. Bicknell, K. N. Hull, H. C. Vagtborg, G. ll. Keck, C. A. Gcrdcs, R. H. Landon, P. E. Sccpc, W. T. Durham, F. M. Collins, K. A. Larsen GROGAN MILLS . DAWSON HENDRICK ' BEGGS . DEPARTMENTAL REPRESENTATIVES . . . . . Architecture: I. R. LINNARD . . . General . . . . . Ccramicr E. A. BRAKER . . . . . . Mechanical . Chemical H. L. GICIGER . ..... Mining . . Civil li. F. SCHAD . . Municipal and Sanitary . Electrical H. G. MASON . ..... Railway Gerdes Durham Tnrtak Scope Dupce Johnson Landon Todd Vagtborg Van Bellehcm Keck Anderson Cohn Miller Harrison Braker Hendrick Franks Kirsch Merrill Ephgrave Soloman Holmstrand Mason Krasberg Herzog Hull Dawson Davis Bicknell Linnard Collins H061 D. V. DUNCAN MARY SEARS ORA POTTS C. STOOKEY J. W. SCHAFF X JOSEPH L. BAKER ' CLYDE L. CRAWFORD The Illznozlf Qffgrzkultarzki JOSEPH L. BAKER Editor CLYDE L. CRAWFORD Business Manager . EDITORIAL STAFF S. A. Anderson, L. A. Hodnm, L. A. Stoncburg, C. G. Hartman, E. G. Fruin, P. G. O'Malley, E. Blackford. I. Nelson, L. A. Wilcox BUSINESS STAFF . .4s.vi.vtant Editor . Woman's. Editor . Alumni Notes . . Horticulture Farm .Management PAUL FUNK ..................... Circulation Manager R. S. Hettick, F. L. Robison. J. L. Faye, A. D. Corzine, A. W. Brown, W. D. Kilton, E. Garrison, T. Funk, C. E. Adams Hartman Stoneburg Blackford Faye Funk Smith Hodam Fruin Garrison Potts Scars Brown Duncan P. Funk Baker Crawford Kilton Hettick l307l A lfi V W Q . ...Ii A4.A A , -, - I . ES I '1 ' fi '., ' 'I I . .ff 1 WILLIAM P. KRAMER HERBERT SOBEL The Qxfrflzzieftunzl Tear 3006 L. I". IIAILICY . . ARTI-IUR Wl.'l'I'I'IR L. RUSS!-IL ST. JOHN JOHN RUETTINGER AARON LIBIN . . A M. IYES . . . WILLIAM P. KRAMER Editor HERBERT SOB EL Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF . Faculty Advisrr . Assixtanl liriilor . .flsxistalzl lidilur Foreign .fldwrtising Loral Aclvertising . . . Cirrulutiun I Bailey Kramer St. john Ruettinger Libin Sobel Ives H081 i QAMPUS.. ORGANIZATIONS he Illzrzozlf Urzion N KENNETH D. CARPENTER KENNETH D. CARPENTER T. GORDON KELLY . . JOSEPH W. GREENE . . LLOYD MOREY .... EDWARD E. STAFFORD . President OFFICERS . . President . Virc President . . . Secretary . . . Treasurer Business Manager -wr' 5 . .. ...,...x. Ii. I-I. Stafford T. G. Kelly J. W. Greene L. Morey THE ILLINOIS UNION BUILDING Iswl Board of Dzkfefforf X -Q, White Thomas Thqmpson Roscbvrry Docschcr Carpenter Ixclly Grcunc Dance Committee V Yf ix 1'--3 an ,I X s- ' " -w T 'K l V' 1' Si, U 'f,1:-' : .ff . fr 1-9 ' , i , , t ' ' fl' l. fx fi H7 V .V ' Q J' NJ. A. Hart D. A. Arrick G. F. Pauley R. R. ltuglm P. A. Tobin R. C. Gruffmzm A. E. Leahy W. C. O'liricn ' Cabinet 'Z I .H ,Q R, L. Marsh R. H. Kuclmel Scnville Morey , A . 3 .AMW 2' . ' ', jv',' , ri - V X H . -if . -Y' J. M- Miwhfm L- V- Gilbert J. M. Keyser w. rs. Schroeder s. T. slam t3IIJ Student Comm! 1 T J. MURVIN . . . Prcsldcnt ISTHER WIELAND . . JANE LOUISE BROWN . STUD AARON F. MCCRORY DAVE O. DAWSON MARY LOU WARREN FLORENCE BELSHAW EVERETT F. WELLS ESTHER WIELAND A I' NIcCrory D O. Dawson Mary L Warren Florence Belshaw E F W ells Esther Wneland R N Jones Dorothy Mulberry N. W Drehl lx D C'rrpcnter C D Anderson jane Brown Ebngzheerzhg ounczl C. BRAY . . 0.11. nokkola G. 12. Blsvl-:RLY I2.C.BRAY . J.H.sm1'rH . J. G. BARR . . J.w.GREcG . G. 12. BEVERLY G. W. NORRIS . A. A. VAGTBORG C. D. BORROR J. A. TOMASEK I i' 5 S. V7 1 .. -in ". 'Jiri A Emo an 1 ,fisffkiw A -' f""5,??i ' 55.4 , I d - r . - . W I ' E. C. BRAY President OFFICERS .41 sr., . Prcsirlmzl . Srrrctary . . Trcosurcr . . Prrx., A. S. C. E. . , Pics. Railway . . . Prcx., A. S. . Pfcr., Architectural Pros., Gcn. Engimfrring . . . Pros., E. E. . Edilor, Tlm Tcch . . Prrxr., Mining Socicly Ccr. S. Society Society Socicl y nograph Socict y . . Pres., A. S. ill. E. 15- 3 Baer Gregg VHEUJOYB Norris Smith Borror Beverly Tomasek H3131 M, gf "j HF M 144 w Ml a TILQTIJXK .uf A 3 T. G. BEEBE CORLISS D. ANDERSON P. A. WASHBURN Vice-President President Secretarv OFFICERS conuss D. ANDERSON . . ...... rmidem T. G. BEEBE ..... . Vice President P. 1'-. NASHBURN . Recorder BOARD OF DIRECTORS PROF. S. W. PARR ............. Chairman DEAN C. M. THOMPSON . Treaxurer CHESTER R. POWELL . ........ . Clerk DEAN D. C. BABCOCK JUDGE F. H. BOGGS ROGER F. LITTLE PROP. L. H. PROVINE REV. IAS. C. BAKER J. E. SMITH LOUIS B. KING G. P. TUTTLE PROF. ROGER ADAMS PROF. F. B. STIVEN PROF. M. H. HUNTER C. W. BAILEY D. L. HUXTABLE E. H. RENNER, SR. C. D. ANDERSON J. H. KAHLERT W. R. DEUEL J. P. CORLEY C. W. BRADT T. G. BEEBE PROPOSED Y. M. C. A. BUILDING TO BE ERECTED AT THE SOUTH WEST CORNER OF WRIGHT AND CHALMERS STREETS -S U14 I E.N.LOCKARIJ . n.C.1x1ADm' . . A.w.wALDo . . J. H, BU'1'rnRF1l4:1.n 1.s. FOSNAUGH . '11 G. mcrcrnlz . . N.R.lXllLLlCR. . ra. ISUDIJICIVIBERG w. C. vooknmts A.M.RUnEcK . C.c.DRIzMAN . c.A.Glf:uDEs . . J.S.CASKliV . F.w.vAR1,1NE . L. n.so1uM15R . F. L. HABBEGGER W. C. voolmmzs 11. R.WII.SON . . J.H.KAH1.1sRT . aff Calrzhet . Bibh' Dixruxximz . Biblrf Dixruxsion . . . Campus Srrvicz: . Comumuiiy Saruirc . . . Drputatirms . . . . . Finrmrc . Fnzvlmmn Frllowsllip . Frirndly Relation: . . . Gzvzrva Club .. . Gmric Srlmol Boys . . . . Oldrr Bays 'Iliff-Rllfidl Co-opnmtion . . Lijv-Work Counxrl . . . . . M1'ctin1,'s . .llrinbcrxlzip . . . . Puhlirity . . . . . Rvfcptimz . Rcxrafrh Commisxinn . . World Edumlion SECRETARIES HENRY E. WILSON M. T. KENNEDY GROVER J. LITTLE D. K. MALCOMSON M. I, COLDWELL Ford Buddcmberg Kennedy Lribert Sommer Ygrlinc 1'ohn1ug.,h Habbcggcr Drc-man Malcomson Coldwcll Wilson Waldo Voorhees Loclnrd Little Rubcck Bcebe Anderson Washburn Maddy Powell lx-lhlu-1 lsrsl ',. ., 4 . 1 1 1 V , . iii r 15' '7,,', rift l f ' I fffN,Q QW fi ffl l'-521' E it j lin . V111 l il lil. 1 liz' tif ll. ' if ' I , I , l 1, - I l'f'f' if ' l, I lr, Nl ij , ll ii!-ii VX, 1 iff p f 1. l il ly" 5 li'.'f 1 I ri. Elf? I if. ip. UT' I W A. l , t, iv' , ip. ., yfjlx: l 4 itat 'fiyfiil 75515 lm? ,i',.li.. Milf llgthllf will SW? lllllll law l filif 4 M, it i 24,515 'IWW 7, I' 1, 4, iinfiq, iaith flu jdiig :Mig i,-:"liQ ifils lfzglf' :fi 1,l x lips, Hill' will -,vfiw T' lil vm, iff '5 IYQIP .ox '- X 4' 1 1 'wi 1 i -w yr jeff' .A H 1 "we ':E-'.rx,jfiw4gN-n- - -in xc. fu '."-I-:.L.Li....,l,Il.ffi'c2fL.LL1'5l.Y.J.:.p."a.r.f J. 1 . -...S fu I he Tzfgrzkn 0Zl7Zd6ll'Z'07Z ROBERT J.LOCKE . . . Director The Pilgrim Foundation is organized to estab- faith. lish for Congregational students at the University Architects' plans are drawn for adequate build- of Illinois a religious, social and recreational cen- ings to maintain effectively the purposes for which terg and to teach the principles of the Christian the Foundation is incorporated. T. EDWIN GRAVES . . OFFICERS KATHERINE BEARDSLEY . . ESTHER CUTLER . . . ROBERT BRUCE . . . JAMES BURNS CHRISTINE PARR HARMON SCHRADER VALENTINA HOFSOMMER CLARENCE DAVIES LEORA SMITH KATHERINE KROENLEIN WILLETT RANKIN HORACE BAKER BRUCE CONIIJEAR ALDEN PETERSON J. F. H. TURTON MARY 'TUCKER RALPH GRAVES WILLIAM GALLION ROBERT SMALE ERMA SCHRADER EDENA MILLER IRVA RANKIN FLORENCE L'HOMMEDIEU DONALD AUBLE ROBERT BRUCE ROSCOE MENZ FRANCIS CLARK GILBERT NELSON GEORGE ZENNER EUNICE WILLIS WILLIAM BRUCE LOIS PADDOCK DAN SCHOLL KATHERINE WAGONSELLER FLOY ALYSWORTH ROBERTA MOORE ALFRED YOUNG GLADYS MILLER LYDIA HACKMAN CARL FISCHER MELVILLE ROBERTS CLEO LUCAS HELEN TUCKER DOROTHY FOOTIT Vice President Prcrirlent Secretary Treasurer HUDSON BINNINGTON GLADYS SCHWARTZ FRANCES DONOVAN VERNA HIMES STANLEY LAIDMAN KENNETH REVELL MILDRED MORGAN DON HAMILTON MILDRED MERRILL WILLIAM ROSBOROUGH KATHERINE BEARDSLEY FRANCES HODSDON JOHN REED BEMIS LESTER EDWARD NOEL CHARLES FLUCK HELEN GRIGGS MARY SEARS CLARA SPRATT ELEANOR HAWKES A. C. BLACKFORD Baker Smale Reed Blackford Young Noel Scholl Menz 1 Fluck Clark Davies R. Graves Gallion Burns Auble Turton Rankin Wagenseller M. Tucker G. Miller Schwartz Parr H. Tucker Conibear Peterson Hackman F ootit Zenner I-limes Kroenlein Smith Morgan E. Miller Cordis Rankin L'l-Iommedieu Binnington Sears Cutler R. Locke E. Graves Beardsley R. Bruce D. Brady W. Bruce - -- ----,wig i ll Y ' 14 1 llcig I-:H L4 fail 5 'E W1 1 IVE 'ill . Hi 1 l fl? l 'IAQ 1 WV iw wel Qllfl wg-3, I , I' Ellie f ik 'W ff i l ants I 4 I if , fpkfl. i I iii W r,,5','C i'L'f.ili' g ! 1 iffl r! 1 P Fl. i lliwjgg, lid gill' 1' lift? M' Ugg illglz gllm, 5 W 'P' il ,IMI yr f.'2 M51 il3lgi3 l if il wwt Qs.: I lille :ill .Lit- wid i Earlaf thy, QF EV I I V ills 1 l . 31 i i :yy Tll . "ll it 2 l PV: -Q: , l l i gall We 'tri l Q ' -'1."1tt'1f rr r.-ffirfrfifwrt 'wrwM-ww:-"i':'.'vv1-1"fir , if -. frvf"-rf-A --if --vm M-f - , -:W . I ' + at,,L'...::..:',:t 1:7lt'I,Q:.:..,f.1,:..4i.w.Q.,iIr'lIf2'.iI77.,,tfapfit is'fEfL3J,'f::.4:'-z'latitI5,,.fUE?'ui ' s ' TA-jx' A- f13fJi2f5s,1y.r::"f'fi' . . 1 l:3I6I he 3' az' 3'7Qf'lz Mile! foundation A Jewish Organization Devoted to Social and Religious Work Among Students at the University RABBI BENJAMIN M. FRANKEL . .... Dircflvr RABBI AIJOLPH H. FINKELSTEIN . . Axrariale DifL't'l0f DR,MOSES JUNG . . LEONARD COHEN . . CHARLES SCHWARZ i ROSE ALICE HIRSH . GERTRUDE PISER . . LAWRENCE ROSENTHAI. SANFORD LASSERS . GERTRUDE EPSTEIN ALVIN HARNETT . RUTH LEVY .... HERBERT SOBEI. , . THEODORE SHAFTON RAYMOND SOLOMON ADELE FRIED . . . GEORGE EISENBERG . PHYLLIS FEINGOLD . BEN LEVY ..... FRANCES LEWINTHAL STUDENT COUNCIL FLORENCE KOENIGSBERG . HARRY BREGER . . RITA RINGEL . . . GABRIEL FLEISCHMAN . . . Instmrtvr . Prcsidmzl, Firrl .Swncxter l'rz',ridcut, Second Scmr'rt1'r . .' . . Vim: President . . . . . . Sl'CYl'lUf,V . Tfl'LJ.YllH'f . . . . Social . . . . . Social . Religious lizluraliun . Raligiuur Education . . . . Publicity . . Publicity . lbeblicaliun . Publication . . Open Forum . . Open Forum . . Dfiliildlilfi . . . Dfamalics Sofia! Welfare Surial lVclfarc . fullildfdll . illanumlz lxoenigsbcrg Ringcl Eisenberg Barnett Levy Feingold I'md R. Levy Lasscrs Breger Sobel Fleischmzm Lcwimhul Solomon Shafton Cohen Schwarz Hirsch Rosenthal N171 he Wiley jfoundcztion Incorporated 1913 Green 81 Goodwin, Urbana METHODIST STUDENT CENTER A Home Away from Home STAFF JAMES c. BAKER ......... WILLARD A.c.ooDELL. . . . . . PAUL WILLIAMS 'iiAUL J.sNvnER . I I STUDENT COUNCIL CARLETON R SMITH .......... ALFRED L. DIXON GERTRUDE IXHARVEY' f ' CHARLES J. FOSTER . . Alumni HARRIET KERR Devotional ROBERT R. KIMBELL Dramatics MAX E. HANSON Extension LILLIAN E. JESSEE Graduate ' FRANCIS G, REARICK FLOYD W. BENNETT MANFORD W. BERTHOLF ELSON G. BOWYER KATHERINE J. CARNINE FLORENCE L. CATHERWOOD CARYL B. CONELY PAUL M. CATHERWOOD HARRY S. CREDE DONALD V. DUNCAN GERALD H. FITZ-GERALD International RUTH LANKTON Missions MARY H. ADAMS Music ROSCOE D. EILER Office GLADYS A. ECKFELDT Publicity VERA A. CONARD DISTRICTS ISABEL C. HANFORD HERBERT JAY W. P. KLINGENSMITH WAYNE J. LEIGHTY E. LORENE MCGILL CHARLES H. METZEL C. A. MUHL LEANOR S. SCHLAGENHAUF LILLIAN E. SCHLAGENHAUF IRMA P. SEARS DEXTER W. GOLDTHORPE THE FRESHMAN CLUB Religious . Vick Director Education Associate A ssociatc President President Secretary Treasurer Religious Education LOREN D. WHITTAKER GERTRUDE P. HARVEY Social Service GLADYS E. HOSLER CHARLES A. DOUGLASS Social FRED O. DODD MARJORIE J. CARSWELL Wesley Annual VERNON HEATH, Editor GLEN RANDALL, Bus. Mgr J. PAUL SIBBITT JEAN L. SPEARS MILDRED SWENGEL HAROLD TASCHER GLADYS M. TUCKER PHILLIP W. VANCE WAYNE S. WHITE LAVERNE WOODLEY ROBERT W. YATES EDWARD F. YOUNGER JOHN L. BROWN ....... ...... . . . President MILTON J. INGEMAN .... ...... . Vice President DOROTHY FILBEY .,... . . . Secretary HERBERT W. MUMFORD, JR. . . . Treasurer 4 Rearick Metzel Whittaker L. Schlagenhauf Conely Jay Dixon Heath Muhl Williams Smith Carswell Catherwood Hanford White Eckfcldt Tucker Bennett Douglass Jesscc Eiler Harvey Swengel L. Schlagenhauf Younger Lankton Hanson Woodley Dodd Conrad Fitz Gerald l318l Hussey G. Bunting Dungan Dungan Fisher Rncstcr Hieronymous Shafer Lake Newport Daniels Miller D. Hill J. Bunting Funk Dr. Nolan Boice Fuga Plunkett Jolly Barber Maris Cox Osgood Fisher Allen Cnrlock Patterson L. Hill Elliff Bestow McGlothin Taylor Huston DR. S. E. FISHER R. B. OSGOOD MRS. MABEL CARLOCK MARIE BENNET J. D. BUNTING MILDRED DANIELS R. C. KENDALL N. T. ELLIFF G. W. BUNTING 111171013 DZI5'6lL0l6J', j'0um!m'z'0n STUDENTS' CABINET To further social and religious life among students FOUNDATION STAFF DOROTHY MARIS MILDRED BARBER P. L. SHAFER DR. R. E. HIERONYMOUS MR. L. W. WILLIAMS RUTH FUNK li. C. CHENOWITH DOROTHY HILL MAREECE MILLER VIVIAN NEWPORT LUCILE HILL MARGARET MCGLOTHIN W. E. HUSTON MR. L. A. BOICE DEAN C. M. THOMPSON L. V. RACSTER C. M. FUGA LOIS COX META JOLLY C. B. PLUNKETT PHOEBE BESTOW MARY HUSSEY L. L. PATTERSON BETTY LAKE DR. C. A. DUNGAN MR. J. ll, THARP LOIS TAYLOR JlfcIQLnley Jlfemorzkzl U7ZZU6TfZbl Treflfyierzkzfz Clmrflz STUDENT COUNCIL To represent, correlate, and carry on the Student activities of the church KENNETH R. IIRINGLE MILIIRED LANDWEHR JAMES S.CASKEY OLWE BOWTON FRANCIS M. SHAFEER IRVING L. DILLIARD HELEN MUNROE MARK L. ACKERMAN ELIZABETH CHEESMAN HARRY E. SCHLENZ HILMA MCCUE L01-IA RICE REBECCA MITCHELL w. WILLIS TURNER ROLAND II. PECK THE STAFF REV. J. WALTER MALONE MADGE STEWART SANMANN REV. A. I-. HERMAN JENNIS BARRY a Shaffer Herman Caskey Peck Schlenz Dilliard Turner Malone Pringle Munroe McCue Cheesman Landwehr Mitchell Bowlon Sannqann i 3 I9 l V 5 1 , V-.. -Y ,,,, n SQCIETY R. L. MARSH Chairman Dame Superwlrzbn R. L. MARSH . . . .,... . . Clminmm JOIC l.liWlS NORA NULL OSCAR GOI-Illl-IL FRANCES MARTIN W. A. l7RliYliR IJOROTHY STYAN HE Dance Supervision Committee, composed of seven members of the Senior Class, is ap- pointed by the Student Council. It supervises all class functions, has charge of all ticket sales and acts as a means of preventing illegitimate entrance to these functions. The Committee of 1925-26 has had a very suc- cessful year with a well-devised system of ticket sales and checking. Lewis Goebel Drvycr Marsh Slyun Martin Null l322l he Sembr Tall D- C. ARRICK . Chairman DOROTHY NEIEDHABI JUNE PORTER RUTH SCHWEMBI ELISE WARNER D. O. DAWSON R. R. HUGHES C. R. MILLER W. C. OLSEN W. la. SCHROEDI-:R J. W. Wlsl-1 LOLA PICKLICS B l'1'l"l'Y R ICN N IGN ICDNA SMICJKAL A. M. CANICRON L. B. GILBICRT R. W. KOCH J. D. MCLAUGI-ll.lX A. G. ROESRIC C. C. WICIZIIICR A. N. ZACHICR ::.f.:iQ.4A.,.-, -- 1 DOUGLAS C. ARRICK Chairman Gilbert Koch Miller Rocskc Webber Cameron Olsen Hughes Zachcr McLaughlin Kelly Arrick Wise Sch rgcdgr Dawson Pickles Warner Rcnncn Smcjkul Scliwl-mm Needham Porter H231 RICHARD JONES SARAH FISHER , . i,., .-i..,,, V , The jzmzbr Tram N the midst of a winter castle Richard Jones and Sarah Fisher led the annual Junior Prom on the night of December 4th, 1925. It was the first university function which took place in the new gymnasium. The decorations gave a magic effect of spark- ling icicles. Blue and red rights flashed upon the silvery snow. The music was furnished by jinks Bryan and his orchestra, and specialty dances were given by university dancers. i324l GIC he Ywzjor Tram COMMITTEE ORGIC KAI'I'US ..... JOHN H. so1.ON w1L1.mm In xmlugxuxxl OrcHA1,n lf. 1-,w1.m' RICI-IARIJ H. Sl'XIJI'IRI,AXIJ JOHN w.Qu1-zxfzxfxx JOSI-lI'H 1- H1-:1,s1.r-Lx' momaxcle mru. uykox AH-:1.x'1N um' c. Ou' JOHN ct. Hrxcomlma . . . CIIGIHIIKHI SARAH I"ISI'IliR IDOROTHY I5RI'IIJI'1IIOF'I' ANNIE 'l'RICADWliI.I. H. C. SMITII R. H. AIJAMS L. I". XlL'RI'HY BICRNICIC BONI-IR IJOROTHY WI'ILKI'IR FLYDIC S. COIVFEL I-IDWARIJ S. MI'I"I'LIiR GICORGIC KAPPUS VIRGINIA MIQRKLI' 'VW Guy Quu-nan Murphy Marquam Melvin Mittlcr Sundgrlnnd Adams Dull Bclslcy Bone: Coffcl Ivclkcr Duncomhc Pauley Trvudwcll Knppus Fisher Smith Sglgn I325I ' ' A . , F lp Y' Q. L, 5. 1 ,A K l , F I I B I liinf - , C. H. DAVIS Chairman The Sophomore Coizflzon H. MCGRATH LEE STROHL M. L. POWELL ICD CLARK P. R. TOBIN LAURA STOWE I S. A. HERZMAN , ERN EST LA RSON COMMITTEE C. H. DAVIS ................. Cllalrmau II. J. CONIBIEAR JERRY TURNER DOROTHY BLUM E. li. IJIERKING DON PHILLIPS C. WESTALL DUKE I-IILL W. H. JONES Larson Divrking Hill Clark Tobin Jones Rosenburg Blum Turner Wcstall Powell Stowe Gray Strohl McGrath Davis Phillips Herzman Cunibcar l526l he Freffzmwz Frolic' COMMITTEE GEORGE ACKIQRMAN ....... ISLISANOR HAZER AGNES JOHNSON WILLIAM HORNER ROSE NUICSS J. IX NORMAN GLANTZ L, R.SU'1'IN MOLLY PUMPIAN DALE BROWN I. KAHLHRT Clzaimmu G, M. ACKERMAN Chairman Glantz Horner Sutin Brown Knhlcrt Johnson Hazer Ackerman Pumpizm Nug-55 I3271 .--1.-.1...A.f f- r , A- - Qffxe rzfzderf' Ball I W NIORROXI .... T1'm'm'c 'VIILNIISILRS OI SIC MIX DELTA CHI C. SCHWARZ R. H. KAGISY R. M. RAINIEY J. L. MACK I". A. RESCH LE VAN ROBERTS C. BLISS G. R. SMITH DFLFGATI S 'IO IHL THIRD ANNUAL AXE GRINDERS' BALL Jbfzlzfary Ball COMMITTEE A 1' MCCRORY . . A T Nl WKIRK .... v. C. MILLIQR T. H. BAXTER R.K.DUl'1iIi w. C. R1-:DDICK J. 15. HATCH w. s. 1cvuR12'1'r J. K. mvls R. C. HOFFMAN . . . . . . . Chairman . . . . . . . A.YIf.C1llIifllIlllI MARION MCCARTHY R. ZINGRIEIIE G. MORAVA A. J. GODDARD W. I.. SCHROICDICR C. W. LAUER N. C. SNYDICR C. C BRAUN A. G. HALL COL. A. F. MCCRORY Chairman Ncwkirk Braun Morava Everett Hatch Zingrcbe Dupce Hoffman Schroeder Hall Snydgr Roddick Miller McCarthy McCrory Lauer Baxter I3291 1'- W. O. KRETSCHMER Chairman zmior Fdfulljl kjrepizbfz COMMITTEE WICLDON O. KRl'I'l'SCl-IMI-IR ........... Clmirmrm IQVAN HOWELL HELEN WORST FOSTER LAMB 9JULIA SAWYER WILLIAM HOWARD HELEN HOLMES FRED CLARK FLORENCE FINN VIRGIL A. WIIQSE MILDRED ROYSICN HE Junior-Faculty Reception, the iirst in- formal faculty-student reception, was held in the upper parlors of the Woman's Building, Friday, November 13. Richard N. Jones opened the program with a short welcome to the faculty, and Dean A. J. Harno responded. Alice Rawson gave a specialty dance, and Phyl- lis Feingold played several violin selections. The Seven Illini Aces furnished the music. . ' , , , . Worst Lamb Howard Boysen Clark Howell Sawyer Finn Krctschmcr Wiese l33Ol he Jbfzlhfzla Forma! COMMITTEE KATHERINI-I RXARR . ......... . Chairman AL'I'I-IA IRWIN J, R. LANIC MARGARET BARTON A. L. MCCRORY FI.ORIiNCIi IiliI.SI-IAW S. T. STAHL KIILDRIQD DAVIS RAY S. MADISON J. Ii. SOLON KATHIGRINIQ KNARR I ' f '.-'Q Q " - Q ' ' '- ' ' ' ' f 5:25. .v"'..,'fvg,A,,, Q Madison Stahl McCrory Solon Iinrlon Belshznv Knnrr Davis Irwin H311 , I I s 4 r F DRAMATIC S J. R. LANE, Chairman Illzhz' Theatre Qazlr! MEMBERS J. R. LANE, Chairman .... Representative from Mask and Bauble DOROTHY STYAN, Srrrrlary . Representative from Woman's League NORA NULL . . . ..... Representative from Y. W. C. A. R. M. PETTIGREW . ..... Representative from Pierrots G. G. MACKAY ......... Representative from Pierrots MR. G. E. WRIGHT .... Representative from University of Illinois PROF. H. N. HILLEBRAND . Representative from University of Illinois MR. G. P. TUTTLE ...... Representative from Players Club HE main value of the Illini Theatre Guild has been in centralizing all control and co- ordinating all the units present in campus produc- tions. It employs the services of a campus director, who stages all productions given during the year. Properties, in the nature of furniture, lighting ap-. paratus, drops, and scenery, have been accumu- lated and are used to the best advantage. The Campus Theatre Fund is entered on the books of the Illinois Union, which organization is the I Stynn Hillebrand trustee of the fund. This money will be of use when a campus theatre is eventually built. Man- agers are chosen for all productions, dates are established for dramatic presentations in order to avoid conliicts, admission prices and compliment- ary lists are approved, production expenses are carefully studiedg in short, everything pertaining to the management and production of a campus performance is handled by the Theatre Guild. ' t , B, V , I ' 1 i . Null Tuttle H3341 Jifezfk and Fauble Honorary Dramatic Organization Founded, University of Illinois, 191: OFFICERS l JOHN F. LUHRS .... . FRANCIS J. EDWARDS . CLEO M. LUCAS . . . NORMAN L. RICE . Member LEWIS P. AKER KENNETH L. DUVALL FRANCIS J. EDWARDS WILBUR L. EDHOLM C. RICHARD DOWD CATHERINE E. FERGUSON ALTON G. HALL FRANCES I. LEWINTHAL JOHN F. LUHRS CLEO M. LUCAS JOSEPHINE F. MCNALLY CARL J. MILLER FRED P. MORF JOHN B. SOLON ELMER E. OLSON JOHN D. l'ROU'I'Y . . . . . . . President . . Vice President . .Sverelafy-Trearuref . . . . Hixtorian s in University ROBERT M. PET'l'IGREW ALGER o. ROEWADE CHARLES H. REX HAROLD w. SAX JAMES R. LANE JAMES M. STREET KENNETH D. STRONG NORMAN L. RICE PAUL R. WILSON COLMAN G. SANFORD CHARLES E. CLIFTON ALFRED T. GILMAN CASIL H. FRIEDMAN RENO H. NILES CHARLES M.H1CK1x1AN Q' 1. F. LUHRS President . . , ' Akcr Hickman Luhrs Friedman Gilman Olson Dowd Niles Sax Morf Lucas McNally Sanford Solon lsssl PIZTER AVERY ....... COLONEL AVICRY . DIANTHA KICRR ...,... DR. FANNY GRANT . .. . . . MISS LAVINIA CONNAUGHTON . SAMUEL LAWRENCE ..... PHILIP MARTIN ...... HENRY BOOTH . FETTER . . . HARRIIET ..... DEVOL... LIEU'I'liNAN'I' SHEEHAN . . l'A'l'ROLMAN HAYES . . l'A'l'ROLMAN KEITH . TWO BOOTBLACKS . E Are Seven was not what might be called the last word in good drama, but was, on the whole, amusing enough. Frances Lewinthal, as a young lady with a maternal complex Cshe intended to have seven children, and the last was to be named Hopej, undoubtedly copped most of the honors. Francis Edwards did as well as possible with a role that a Barrymore couldn't make credible. The others were all right, and there was nothing at all wrong with the direction. We Qffre Seven A farce by Eleanor Gates, was presented by Mask and Bauble on October 23 and 24, IQ25, in the Illinois Theatre. CAST OF CHARACTERS . Francis Edwards . . Phil Tlmrvle Frances Lrwinllxal . . . Virg Binns . . Hilda Smith . Maurice O'Shca . . . A. L. Bert . . K. W. Kuhl . . K. R. Morris . Olive Stimpson . . Lish Whitson Charles Hickman . Walter Magncr . . I. M. Vonch I Marion Johnson I lusvplfim' ll!rzVaIly l336l The Fzrft Tear A comedy by Frank Craven, was presented by Mask and Baublc an March I2 and 13, 1926, in the Rialto Theatre. CAST OF CHARACTERS TOMMY 'I'I'CKliR .....,.,.. . . John Lnllfs GRACIC LIVINGSTON . . . I.m1is1' Iifesrzr MRS. LIVINGSTON . . . lflllrl I,y11rlw1 MR. LIVINGSTON , . . .rlffllllf Lflllly IJICK LORING , . . ll'i1IIr'r ,'ilIIfl'f.YIHl I-IA'l"I'Il'I .... . . Ruff: ,llartiu MR. BARSTUW . . . . R. 4'. l.mur,v MRS. IIARSTOIY . . . Virg liirms HE First Year was excellent in every way. John Luhrs and Louise Bresee, as, respectively, an awkward and unprepossessing hus- band with a soul for higher things, and his very young and eager wife, gave performances which would do credit to the professional stage. There was not a false note in this production. Mr. Smith deserves a great deal of praise for his direction. H371 The Tluyers Cluh I HE Players Club, organized in February, 1906, is a social-dramatic organization of members of the faculty of the University of Illi- nois. Its purposes are the study of drama and the occasional presentation of plays that offer excep- tional interest. As one of the members of the Illini Theatre Guild it is also co-operating in the purposes of that organization, more particularly in the securing of an adequate theatre for the dramatic interests of this university community. In the earlier days of its existence the club gave especial attention to the classic masterpieces of English drama. In 1908 and again in 1914 it pre- sented plays written by one of its members, Thacher Howland Guild. In recent years it has devoted itself chiefly to more modern plays of English, Irish, and American authorship. The Devil' 5 Qzlfeyle A melodrama by George Bernard Shaw, was presented by the Players Club in January, 1926, in the Rialto Theatre. CAST OF CHARACTERS MRS. DUDGEON ......... UNCLE WILLIAM DUDGEON .,.. UNCLE TITUS DUDGEON . . . ESSIE .......... CHRISTIE DUDGEON . . MR. ANDERSON . . . JUDITH ANDERSON . . RICHARD DUDGEON . . SERGEANT ...... GENERAL BURGOYNE . . MAJOR SWINDON ..... MRS. WILLIAM DUDGEON . . . MRS. TITUS DUDGEON . . . HIS bitter melodrama of Shaw's was given a very creditable performance by members of the Players Club. Mr. McCluer, in the title role, was properly sardonic, and rose at times to con- siderable histrionic heights. Mrs. Stevens, in her Mrs. F. L. Stevens Prof. T. E. Oliver . . -Prof. H. A.Ne'uilte . Mrs. A. S. Irvine . . Prof. A. R. Knight . . Prol. G. T. Staiord . Miss Gertrude Sergeant . . Mr. Paul McClucr . Mr, H. W. Blake . Prof. P. N. Landis . . Mr. J. F. Smith . . .Miss Nelle Barry . Miss Jcnnis Barry brief appearance, effectively set the tone of the performance. Miss ,Sergeant fainted gracefully, Professor Oliver, delivering no more than two lines, completely created his characterg and Dr. Landis was thoroughly ironic. l 4, 41 H381 Qbzrz Hood An opera by Reginald de Koven, was presented by Woman's Welfare on December II and 12, 1925, in the Auditorium. CAST OF CHARACTERS ROBIN HOOD . .... . SCARLET . . FRIAR TUCK . . ALAN A DALE . DAME DURDEN . ANNABELLE . . . . . MAID MARIAN ...... LITTLE JOHN .....,. Sl-IIERIFF OF NOTTINGHAM . . GUY OF GISBOURNIC . . . Charlet Sltrrlmin . . G. II. Edwanls . T. E. Jackson . . . Stella Olson . . Wilma l'I!'lV7lSTU0flll . . . Mary Kilo . .llary Hanley . . C. I". Basxetl . J. R. Lane . II. N. Ringcl CHORUS Mary Stillticld, Florence Powers, Sue McEwan, Eleanor Lonek, Lydia Lindberg, Martha Blood, Bessie Hayes, Charlotte Shapcro, Ruth Freese, Clara Rocke, Ruth Jeter, Ernestine Moore, Gertrude Piser, Ray Gieske, Eugene Springer, Paul Vonck, Harold Watts, J. Newell Vonck, Ruth Hibbs, Alice Rawson, Beulah Holland, Peggy Holt, Florence House, Anita Bartelsmeyer, Dorothy Blum, Elizabeth Sinclair, Thelma Rose, Edna Schuler, Helen Knight, Margaret Mourton, Catherine Belknap, Viola Daubcndick, Irene Styan, Edith Cullen, Marian Johnson, Gordon Mackav, Walter Lesak, D. Hill, Robert Shir- ley, E. D. Davenport, Gomer jones, A. E. Kirk, H. P. Fuller F. S. Wilson, TJJ. Boadel, Elizabeth Webber, Helen Newman Gladys Bidwell, Esther Farrell, Lucille Brett, Lucille Flack- eneker, Gladys England, Rosemary johnson, Frances Kamp Mary Elston, Virginia Hansen, Bruce Darrell, John Ward Robert Benjamin, R. F. Goddard, Ned Barrett, Harris Jones K. W. Kuhl, F. D. Sanderson, J. K. Hucklc, F. A. Smith, C. A Butcher, K. G. Morton. OBIN HOOD was noteworthy mainly for Mary Hartleyls singing and Rusty Lane's acting. The chorus and the greater part of the cast did justice to the charming music of this opera, but its other beauties appeared somewhat tarnished in the Auditorium. An additional week of rehearsals would have proved beneiicial. 1 lssol W. L. EDHOLM R. T. BA'I"I'I'IY E. E. BLOUNT R. B. BURKE C. E. CLIFTON J. P. CORLEY W. R. DEUEL K. L. DUVALL I-I. L. EDQUIST W. L. ICDHOLM. I'n'sirl1'nl Tierra!! OF TH E I UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Honorary Dramatic Organization OFFICERS W. L. ICDHOLM . ....... .... P nxrirlcnl R. T. BA'l"l'i'IY . . . . ....... . . Serrflary-Tn'as1m'r Wlember in Faculty CARLOS J.wAcN1cR Members in University W. c. rrrzx-won o. MACRAY J. G. GIVEN .J. MAGNER R. C. GROFFMANN F. MAGUIRE R. H. HANsoN R. MILLER C. M.HrcR1uAN W. NICKERSON O A F K. JOHNSTON . E. LEAHY . Ii. LEIB . M. PICTTIGREW D. PROUTY I. S. MCANULTY J. B. SOLON K. B. STRONG M. T. SWENSON F. M. TAYLOR P. K. THOREK C. C. WEBBER P. N. DUCA G. B. JONES D. H. TEETOR Nickerson DuVall Thorek Swenson Mackay McAnulty Fitzhugh jones Burke Edquist Blount johnson Hanson Magnet Bailey Maguire Edholm Pettigrew Groffmnnn Miller I340I y., If ww.. Bl'-lil-il WALLI E JENTSCH , Sm 'iii :fl I, -F Sin was presented by Pierrots on April 24 and 2 5, IQ25, in the Auditorium. . TOM JONES . PRUDENCIC . OZMOSIS . OSCAR . RICGGIIE . . SOCRATICS . . FRANK . . S TIM . . JACK . . IN was an irreverent and clever parody of different phases of campus life. Chase Judah, Ed Lesch, and Ray Seng wrote the book and lyrics. Bill Donahue composed the music. Harold Beane sang, Wallie Jentsch danced, and Hickman, Beck, and Thorek made funny faces to keep the audience amused. CHORUS K. Stuart, C. Brcish, H. Jones, W. Kimmel, H. Moore, A. Kirk, P. Lieber, I. Seavcy, A. Heineman, E. Roark, L. Mur- phy, V. Judson, C. Waterbury, G. Henderson, F. Weld, A. Ives, R. McConnell, M. Craven, A. Brown, R. Lotz, C. Schreiber, J. Burt, T. Murray, E. Granacher, J. Keyser, L. Holloway, G. Olcott, R. Bender, C. Holland, L. Irwin, G. Burrus, K. Schnepp, F. Clarke, D. Maddy, J. R. Jacques, H. N. Ringcl, W. G. Kennedy, C. C. Coyner. CAST OF CHARACTERS SALLIIC LOU . ............. . Waller Janlxrll Harold Beam' Philip Thorek . Clzarle: Berk Churlcs Ilickmau Wilbur Edlmlm Charlet' Sherman . Bill Filzlmglr Krrmelk Kulll Robrrl Fislurr JI NTSCH AND BEANIE ICDHOLM AND HICKMAN M411 LLIS FICINGL JLII SI GMA ALPHA IOTA Homecoming Stunt Show The Homecoming Stunt Show was presented in the .Auditorium on October 23 and 24, 1925. Sigma Alpha Iota, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Phyllis Feingold 'won first places. IJ1S'l'RlC'I' S09 . GYVSIHS . . 'VIRICD 'l'lRl-IS . ORCHICSTRA ...,. VA R I ICTI ICS ...... FROLICS OF THE NYMIIHS . HARPINGS ...... 'VIN 'I'YI'I-1'1'UNI'IS . . S'I'L'DI-I APPLE SAUCE . FOOLI-IRX' ..... RICMINISCIZNCIQS . . , VNIQUIQ PAINTINGS . . . SWHDISH BILLY SUNDAY . . FICMALI-I 1BII'IiRSONA'I'IONS . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Sigma Alpha Iota . West Residence Hall . . Theta Della Chi . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Phi Kappa Tau I'lIH'!1STt'0flll and Snrllman . lirodrr and Dunham . Paulman and Boarlcll . .Wagner and Hickman . . Phyllis Feingold . . Cleo Lucas . L. A. Weinrolt . .-I. lf. Leahy SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON I342 J r , - K. l HOW'S TRICKS . SHINES .... THORMAGMANIA . . SONS OF REST . . . - ' -3: El Swincy Hill Niles Burger Goldboss Jacobs Chronis Daubcr Allmcycr Curliss Breger Miller Supple Friedman Pettigrew Sanford Solon Test- Ebxurn .jubilee The Post-Exam Jubilee was presented in the Auditorium on February 8 and 9, 1926. Delta Alpha Epsilon and L. A. Weinrott won first places. THE CHARACTER MAN ...... REBECCA AND BIAMMA SHADOWLAND . . . MINUS BECK ..., THE SIG EP CABARET FINKELSTEIN . . . J. W. Heller Sigma Alpha Epsilon lllagnrr and Thonrlc . . . . Sigma Pi . . L. A. Wcinrott . Firilcr and Jacobs Delta Alpha Epsilon . C. Ill. Hickman . Sigma Phi Epsilon BRODER AND UUNHAM Homecoming Slnnl Show DELTA ALPHA EPSILON l343l 4 JOSEPH F. SMITH Director of Dramatics YDmma!z'c' Hour! SERIES of dramatic hours was presented, as has been done before, weekly throughout the second semester. The plays brought before campus audiences at these times were acted, man- aged, and directed entirely by the students in Mr. Smith's Public Speaking II class. Mr. Smith him- self had nothing to do with the productions, ex- cept, in his own words, "to tear them to pieces after the performance." Each play was performed in the Vagabond Theatre, before the class, pre- vious to its public presentation in Morrow Hall. The program of the plays given this year is as follows: March 16-The Price of Coalg Lonesomelikeg The Burglar. March 18-Extreme Unctiong The Conflict, The Rising of the Moon. March 31-The Thread of Scarletg For Dis- tinguished Service, The Stepmother. April I5-God Winks, The Sisters, Tragedyg The Loving Cup. April 27-Campbell of Kilmhorg The Master of the House, The Boy Comes Home. May 13-Womankindg X:O. A May 27-The Drums of Oudeg Green Char- treuse, A Night at an Inn. l344l Morey The Star ourgre R. S. MADISON Manager Bailey Curtiss Fitz-Gerald Assistant Managers Mcrccy Star ourfe Trogmfn REINALD WERRENRATH . . . . . . THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO . . OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH . . IGNACE PADEREWSKI . . . CLAUDIA MUZIO ..... MISCHA ELMAN ..... . . . ELSHUCO TRIO .............. LONDON STRING QUARTET ........ BARRERE'S LITTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . BOARD OF DIRECTORS Q sl ii 51 Psi 'W October December January January . March . April December February . May . May Stiven Tuttle Mitchell Decker Prudcn Monk M451 V . he goose Hangs Hzgh A comedy by Lewzs Beach, was presented by Mask and Bauble on May 8 and 9 1925, tn the Illznozs Theatre. CAST OF CHARACTERS EUNICE THE MOTHER .......... BERNARD THE FATHER . . . LOIS ......... . BRADLEY ...... . Marjorie Davis . C. R. Miller Milly June Goelitz . . A. V. Aquart F ,V , C - . . ,,.., ... .,.. -L....,..- -.,,..,,..-.,m ,iq , . i f u l f ' 'I 9 cv e eil . 22 96 if r Q 4 ' 1 Q W . 'Y . , , ' ki I 'Q E 9 M 52 55 1 , , Q V' I A? 7' 1 HUGH . . . . W. Wheeler Q DAGMAR ..... . Ethel Lyaaen , 'l il JULIA ....... . . vifg Binns Q2 1 y THE CRANDMQTHER . . Josephine Mezvezzy p 5 5 KIMBERLY ..... . . 1. R. Lane I pa ' DAY ....... L. M. Rosenthal I' : DERBY . . . '. Harold Schuppert ' . R1-IODA . . . . Essie Morrell tg W, p 1 RONALD I . . Louis Irwin 3 1 V' u 6 I 5 . I 1 if RRESPONSIBLE - youth savmg the family Aquart were natural and convmcmg as the male if ,ig honor in a crisis was the theme of The Goose juveniles. The remaining members of the cast ' 14 Hangs High. Milly June Goelitz didn't carry off were not only adequateg they were much more L - i ' - o n 1 1 ' 3 jg all the honors: Maryorle Davis d1d excellent work than that. Q fl as the mother, and Willard Wheeler and Art I ' well. A 1' 'HQSAQW - A ' ibgdfl : Q ' x ll lv ,f 'wa' I llweli - .nw . .EVAKXYIEN . , of ' r , an fill in e 'i A : o Y' lr I 'T Mal WX tj E., 'ii A comedy by Rudolph Besier, was pre- ,fa ' 4 .-as QW qli! sented by Mask and Bauble on in May 7 and 8, 1926. 5' 2 ll 4 51. lx" V Eitglsji CAST OF CHARACTERS M - ' I E fb' p MRS. BONINGTON ....... ...... . .Louise Bresee 5 .re gl cANoN BONINGTON ............ . . 1.12. Luhfs 5 p GENERAL SINCLAIR . G. H. Edwards -3 pm in MRs.s1NCLA1R . . . . . Martha lean Hale 5? 3515.2 ANN SINCLAIR .... . Bernice Boner S FANNY ........ . . Thelma Rose V 515, it STEPHEN 1:oN1NoroN . . . . . . R. H. Regey ,gl fp vf ELIZABETH THOMPSETT . . . Frances Lewinlhal V4 5 ? . ALBERT rnomrserr . . . . 1. R. Lane ly i W 42 , . ly 1 A 96 it I 5: j ' . fs I' 'nl L' ' - . . 1 , . , .. . .. .. . ,.... ...,,..... . ...... .. .. ,, ,, , ,A , , Y -U w,,,Y, mga-WYE, ,,AA,,,,,,,, AAWAW,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,M,Y,.,g 'N E W h 'zi ' is'1 "'-5 , - " ' i" A 'f13i '9l?'i9 ' A ' i346l L b Ylebczfef HE first debate of the year in which Illinois took part was held on the night of October 26. At this time a team from Cambridge, England, met a home team in the Auditorium. The question de- bated was, "Resolved, that this house pities its grandchildren." The Illinois team, composed of R. L. Oliver, E. E. Olson, and A. G. Hall, defended the nega- tive side of the question. There was no decision. The Minnesota-Iowa-Illinois triangular debate, for the first time in many years, did not take place, due to Minnesota's in- ability to enter. In its place there was held, on November 15, a debate between Illinois and Iowa, at the latter University. Illinois defended the negative side of the question, "Resolved, that a complete re- alignment of the political forces in the United States is necessary." Those who debated for Illinois were Mary Gene Stil- field, C. S. Kemp, J. L. McShane. There was no decision. The third debate of the year, between Illinois and Knox College, was held be- fore the Rotary Club of Galesburg on January 19. Illinois with a team composed of C. R. Johnston, Donald Korshak, and K. J. Tarpley, defended the negative side of the question, "Resolved, that the avia- tion service should be organized into an independent branch of national defense co-ordinate with the army and navy." There was no decision. The triangular debate held on March IQ betwen Michigan, Wisconsin, and Illi- nois, finished the season. Illinois' negaf we team, composed of Elizabeth Turnell, H. T. Owen, and C. K. Theis, went to Michi- gan, while the affirmative team, composed of W. S. White, J. R. Lane, and H. G. Roberts, remained here and debated against Wisconsin. The question was, "Resolved, that the tendency to centralize power and responsibility in the federal government should be opposed." Illinois was unfortunate in losing both decisions. fs47l I x MUSIC A x 46' ' ROGER li. HOPKINS A. AUSTIN HARDING XFIL C, CONKLIN President Director Vice President OFFICERS A. AUSTIN HARDING .................. Director EDWIN li. NEWCOMB . . ..... flsxislant Director anrl Iiusinesr .llanager RAYMOND F. DVORAK . ......... .rlrsislaul Director ROGER E. HOPKINS . . NEIL C,CONKLIN . . . . . . . . . , Presiglent . . Vxee-President S e elar J. EDWARD JONES .... . . . L- r y HAROLD K. PRITCHARD . . . Quartermaster HERBERT T. OWENS . . . . l'rapcrlymas!rr GEORGE BENSON ............ . . . Librarian PAUL B. VAN DYKE ................. Drum Major WELFARE COMMITTEE JAMES B. THARP HOWARD H. MONK HE University of Illinois Concert Band has been dubbed by John Philip Sousa, "The Greatest College Band." To the very able leader- ship of Director A. Austin Harding is this credit due, for his efforts have been persistently and un- tiringly toward such an ideal. The Sixteenth Annual Concert Tour, termina- ting with the Thirty-sixth Anniversary Concert in the University Auditorium March fifth, proved to be one of the most successful that the band has ever taken. Further laurels were added during the football season, when the band accompanied the football team to Philadelphia and while there recorded with the Victor Talking Machine Com- pany three Illinois songs. Nearly 5o,ooo of these records had been sold by March first. CRANDALL Z. ROSECRANS ROBERT VANDERMARK Each spring, as soon as the weather permits, the Concert Band gives a series of Wednesday evening concerts in front of the Auditorium. These "twilight concerts," as they have come to be known, have proved to be very popular. There are, besides the Concert Band of ninety pieces made up from the best musicians on the campus, two other bands-the First and the Sec- ond Regimental Bands. The First Regimental Band maintains a membership of about one hun- dred pieces and constitutes a constant and ef- ficient training school for the Concert Band. The Second Regimental Band has a total membership Rosecrans jones Bcnggn Owen of about one hundred twenty pieces. fi ' , ' -1 1 ca 6' ' Pritchard Monk Tharp Vandcrmark lssol rw S A B-flat Clarinets R. E. HOPKINS' F. A. F. P. M. M. LESCHER' L. HAFENRICHTER' R. BLAISDELL' L. SALZBERG' A. MCCOY W. F. SCHMALZ' NATHAN FRIEDLANDER' C. L. CALDWELL' M. T. KRONE' c. A. GROVES' G. J. WISNOSKY W. s. GRABOW lf' G R. G. L E. BENSON' B. CUNDIFF' .SUPPLE' . IRWIN' STARK' B L .. P. R. H. GOWENS' WALTER EMCH' C. H. DAVIS' D. B. MITCHELL WH ITTAK ER L. D. W. H. LICHTY R. W. ARMSTRONG M. S. DUNLAP lto Clarinets D. C. GINNINGS R. S. PETERSON Bass Clarinets G. A. CRAIG' H. K. SCHNEPP Soprano Saxophone K. J. HEILBRON' Alto Saxophones H. C. NEILL W. L. KESSLER Tenor Saxophones L, W. DcCLERC' R. W. PHARES Baritone Saxophones F. A. MATTESON C. A. MARTIN Bass Saxophone C. O. JACKSON' Flutes and Piccolos H. L. NEWCOMER' E. J. SHAW' C. E. IRELAND' C. S. ZALEWSKI M. L. VERNIAUD R. K. BECKER Tera KE-flatj Flute M. P. ROBERTS' H. C. TEETOR Alto Flute L. W. DCCLERC' Obocs C. Z. ROSECRANS' 'II C. SCHOTT' oncer! Zane! ROSTER-SEASON 1925-1926 English Horn and Heckelphone C. Z. ROSECRANS' Bassoons R. F. DVORAK' R. I. SHAWL' M. L. HACKLEMAN' Marimba W. A. BLEDSOE' D, D. RICHMOND' Tympani L. A. MEIER' Drums N. C. CONKLIN' J. E. PEHLMAN' KENNETH JACOIZSON' GEORGE KAPLAN J. E. MOTTEL String Bass H. T. OWEN' Quartermaster H. K. PRITCHARD' Propertymaster H. T. OWEN' Propertymen M. H. KLUTE' M. G. TEGHTMEYER' Cornets E. E. NEWCOMB' H. K. PRITCHARD' C. J. HENNING' .The Band Rosters contain the names of all 'who have been connected Trombone, wzth the Bands during the University year 1925-26. 'Indicates wcarers of Varsity Band Emblem. Q. f uf' :I 1 N X J I 12-1-ml: -..a1.j?.' PAUL B. VAN DYKF Drum Major Iissrl R. H. TALBOT' W. R. VANDERMARK H. G. MOORE S. D. PARK Trumpets H. M. BORDEN' D. J. HAY E. V. ACOSTA R. B. LYON Horns D. A. WATSON' H. H. MONK' MARSHALL MEYER' W. E. WADE' C. A. BERDAHL' V. L. PHELPS R. S. MADISON H. H. HOLSCHER W. C. RAY' P. B. VAN DYKE' R. L. MOORE' C. F. PREBLE L. B. SPERRY' C. M. PEEBLES Euphoniums J. E. JONES' HERBERT JAY' Baritones . J. B. THARP' F. W. MADISON E- flat Basses L. L. STEIMLEY' E. M. STOKKE' M. G. ROUCH BB-flat Basses MARSHALL HOLT' J. E. MITCHELL EE- fiat Basses C. A. HANDLEY Flutes and Piccolos R. H. EDMUNDS W. H. TOATES A. R. POWERS L. M. VAN TRESS J. R. BEATTY B- flat Clarinets R. W. WORLD A. W. ELLIOTT W. P. WEST F. T. KABLE D. P. VAN DUYN PAUL ZOOK C. S. FISCHER C. L. REYNOLDS A. E. WATERMAN D. J. VANDERWAL CLIFTON FELTS W. M. TOWLE P. Lf SHALLBNBEROBR c G. . NORTH C. E. WAMPLER A. A. PRUCHA M. WOOD G. J. W. HIERONYMUS EDWIN E. NEWCOMB Axsistant Director and Business Manager j'z'rJ! ?Qgz'rnen!al Bane! Bass Clarinet W. H. SCHOENING Oboe: C. E. BINKERT E. S. LEIMBACHER H. E. AMSLER Soprano Saxophones C. w. JOHNSON R. E. WILLIAMSON Alto Saxophones G. V. KELLER C. P. WHALEN R. W. KUEHNEL A. T. BLOMQUIST R. E. MARSHALL W. J. WIRTH C. F. HALL R. C. HAGEMAN Tenor Saxophones A. M. REED C. F. GEHANT H. B. LOWE K. C. LICHTY Baritone Saxophones C. E. BLISS ROSTER-1925-1926 T. H. RITCHIE W. E. SHATWELL C ornets L. Y. HARKNESS K. W. HUMBISRT M. D. FRANTZ Horns C. L. WATERBURY G. E. HOWELL J. G. COSS S. C. VIAL R. S. SHELTON G. H. KENYON . L. STR L E OH H. E. RYERSON R. B. PEASE J B JONES C. D. MILLER j ' H. D. WILSON I' J' GADIENT H. w. OERMAN Tfombfsmes C R H. C. RUTT P. R. PEN E G, H. FARRAR C. H. FENCKEN R. A. LIGHTBODY O- T-I PARKER R' G, CLITHERO M. H. WHITMORE R. C, LOWRY V. A. WIESES V. D. MANE TWMWS N. w. WILSON G- F- OLSON W. B. THOMAS A. M. HALL L. L. HILL K. G. DAVIS v Baritone-Y J. W. STEVEINS M C KABEL 33' g?5EREN BERTRAM STERN w. F. WEBB Eufhvnium M. W. EISENSTEIN J. C. DONNELLY J. M. CLINE H. K. JEWELL E-flat Basses THEODORE HARTLEY H. B. JONES BB- fiat Basses R. B. HILL B. L. HOWELL I D. R. BREWER TUNIS DE YOUNG L. A. GARRETT Drums GEORGE KAPLAN J. E. MOTTELL E. A. NICHOLS R. M. FRANCIS G. H. BAGWILL E. J. CIZEK P. S. COUSLEY C. S. HAVENS H. L. NORBY A. L. BERT Propertymen W. O. ROAT G. B. SPIEGEL V ....1.., -. . I.. . . 4. .J .L . 1 w '- -. . . Mg -J .5 f- , ,j A , .-.ia --V-.-V---V W .-.e--N-.-.. ,. .r.,.,,,, I IA' " J X .. fi.. Y, I f ...- .1.-Lf 1.3362 ffl L ,:,1,ff, ....,:- ,....... -... .. .-. f3521 I P 4 A L 4. 3 v li! I-1-. :-5 Q Q. .1 'Y Ls? 1 1 51' i QA . 5 1 K ,Li uv, 9.544 'vm -I I , I I I XS- 3 I ,I ,. i I 2 I i I Q I I ...J .4 I I wx il 3 ! 1 '. 2 A: 4-A I J i tv X ki? I, N f Vi. ' . .M W :-IH. I RAYMOND F. DVORAK Assistant Director Second YQgz'mentol Bom! ROSTER-1925-1926 plum ,md Piccolo.. G. T. STEWART G. C. GRISWOLD H. W. MCGRATH O. A. LUSTER E. C. KLEIDERER C 0 WIES I. EISENSTEIN B. W. CAREY J. N. vONcKx R. K. HEINEMAN W. C. SUNDAY H' E' ALLSHOUSE S. G. JENKINS E. G. YOUNG F. R. SHULL H' R' MINER H. R. DUNN Tenor Sgxgphgngg Tenor 0. L. NEWHOUSE W. MORELAND ' ' I FISHMAN C. R. CORWINE A. HAINES .H. JORDAN Oboe Soprano Saxophones C F GEBHARDT , H. . BARROWS R. B. FISHER D. L. HUTKIN EDWARD ZIMBON L' A' TOCKSTEIN 13071507133 J. F. MGGEATH G. D. RODEBOUGH . D. E. SHAFER K' W. CULP C. E. HEWITT K. R. DUBSON B-flat Clarmets C. L. CARTER E" 3. HANLEY R. F. DONOVAN Cornets C. M, CORNELIUS F. W. HEINEMAN J. W. MILLER G. E'CI-IAPINIAN L. L. KIMMEL J. J. HOLUB W. H. HENKEL R. W. O'FARRELL H. E. NELSON V' D. DOWNING T. A. BIDDINGER R. R. BELL D. L. DEWEY GEORGE TOWNSEND R. E. BLUNK E W DARMSTATVI-ER CHARLILS HOCHMAN H. O. HALE W. D. JENKINS E' Alto Sa ophones RALPH POPP W' H' BANTA gE1EfIMSgg71BERG L' T' ZMITIEY . . x . . . . ' C. F. INN H. H. DEETER E. H. BRIGHT 25-SRPPRSWERTER Euphomum L. O. HUBBARD G. c. HAYWARD TUNIS WOGNUM E. W. DIBBLE F. R. BELLMAR C. H. BOWERSOX R. D. EVER W. K. HOLLIS H. E. BRIDGE B - S h R. L. SHOEMAKER L. T. MANLEY W. F. CAMERON G. E. DRACI-I A. G. RICE a"t'Z"e WW 'mes P. T. MILES W. A. MARTIN N. A. WATSON T. F. POPE N- W- LEUCK E-fiat Basses W. VANDERMARK G. s. LOGAN L. L. ROVER S. SHAPIRO J- M- LUTHER. D. R. HICKS L. E. BARTMANN D. L. GUERNSEY G. B. WI-IIPPLE L. H. DURDIN J- R- BREAK51 ONE W. T. NEIMAN H. E. IRVING S. S. FOLLETT W. A. STEPHENSON S. B. OGG R. P. WIRTH L. A. LOWENSTEIN M. C. BANCA G. E. POTTS Trombvnes T. H. HURWITZ L. T. SAMPSON Horns RALPH TERRY J. W. HELLER J. I-I. BASSLER G. C. IRVIN E. W. HORNBERGER G. R. HESS R. B. BELLOWS G. E. MITTLEMAN C. W. GRAHAM M. L. TIMBERLAKE v. G. POLITSCH N. A. KORFIST D. J. MOYER J. R. SHRADER BB-fiat Basses H, L. SHEAR B. L. MOBERLEY L. A. SCHMETZER M. B. HUNT R. E. BORCHERS P. C. ROBERTS J. M. RICHARDS H. BOSWELL7 G. H. WIER L. E. SCHAEFER R. R. KELLEY R. C. GARRETSON J. T. PIPER . M. MURPHX S. J. SCHROM E. B. SCHROEDER E. K. SMITH E. J. SLYGH L. L. LANTZ C Saxophones J. A. MANDEL Drums H. A. BENNETT C. M. DEWEY H. W. BURKART C. R. BROWN R. W. ANDERS R. B. WALKER Propeflymfw H. S. HIRSH D. 'r. BEVERLY E. C. GOEBEL D. W. FAIRFIELD J. L. BROWN W. W. PRITCHARD .. . ,, aqui-W my , "" I'T"17sif" H " AEI. iuv"R11.-' P- 1 -- '1 --: ,- J , 1.-. J H531 V, file . . ,'-'llff' ' l G. GORDON MACKAY FRANK TATHAM JOHNSON ROBERT FISHER President Director Mflfmgef 672 I 66 Z! JM ' I I t OFFICERS FRANK TATHAM JOHNSON . . . ROBERT E. FISHER .... G. GORDON MACKAY . . . RAY F. GIESKE ..... RUSSELL A. CONE . . HOMER D. WILSON . . KENNETH G. MORTON . . HOMER D. WILSON . . HE University of Illinois Glee Club was or- ganized in 1892, with Professor S. W. Par- ras director. During the past five years, Professor Frank Tatham Johnson, of the School of Music, has been the director. Under the efficient management of Robe-rt E. Fisher, the club made a trip during the Christmas vacation which included Vincennes, Indianag St. Louis, Missouri, Flora, Hillsboro, Alton, Can- ton, Macomb, Quincy, Beardstown, Jacksonville, Springfield, and Decatur, Illinois. Another trip . . . . . Director M . . . . . . anagcr . . . . Prerirlcnt . . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Trcarurcr . . . . . Librarian . . Arsirtant Manager . Assistant Manager was taken in the spring when concerts were pre- sented at Berwyn, Barrington, and Oak Park, Illinois, and the club competed in the Intercol- legiate Glee Club Contest in Orchestra Hall, Chicago. The club placed second in this contest, fifteen clubs participating for honors. The Re-Union Concert in the fall and the Home Concert in the spring were presented by both the First and Second Glee Clubs, making a combined organization of one hundred voices. l354l Shaw Rult Pfoff Vz1nD0r0n Benjamin Spencer Sanderson Jfferfs glee Club First Tenors R. F. GIESRE K. G. MORTON C. R. CORWINE H. H. WATTS G. HANAFORD Second Tenors V, B. ROSS H. N. RQNGEL J. S. CULLISON L- D. PPOFF w. w. Towns First Basses R. FISHER R. A. CONQ: H. D. WILSON L. A. MEIILR G. G. MACRAY Second Basses G. H. EDWARDS S. E. TARBOX L, F. SPENCER D, E. DARRLLL R. G. BADCOCR Quartet Members R. F. GIESKIE 1.5. CULLTSON R. G. BADCOCR Accompanist J. MAX KRUWELL F lutist 1-:v lCRI'I'l'T J. SHAW E UC. I 4 'E E. -5 5 222 FG' S O O 3 C 2 5 m75'7 'TS nw W 3:5 2:12 7:'7T' '13 '45 U7 C -... S' 9-ES EU: S353 5077 F2 7- 35? -fi. no md O D ir: Cf ZS :FZ fs... -.m C 3 U 3 -Z? 9-S- 'Io :A .. .... E. .- F-'?5 5.- rr: :C nf- PZ .. E? . SANDERSON BUTCHER SHOONMAKER OF F' E. '-EFI IEW 'fi 71' ge FU . ww ERE sim FI 3 B. BINNINGTON J. SHAW 12. JACKSON, JR. BENJAMIN C. RUTT H. VunDORIEN A. CONE vwwwu Gieske Cone Wilson f3551 Voekel McCullough Mitchell R. Johnson Parker Rupprecht Brune Novolny Powers Nuncs Kelly Petesch Napier Edwards Walz Walker LaPorle Hoel Wait England Moore Lindberg Hayes Hockman Roth Megowen Hall Etter Golden Hockaday Himes Long Flackenecker Tibbits Rumsey 'Lonek Leasure Hammon Johnson Daubendick Rider Zeigler Jordan Miles Fairfield Nelson Johnson Schweitzer Thornsburgh Hartley Seabert Broeder Jenks Rosenberg Buckner Graves Frecse Schoonmaker RUSSELL H. MILES S. SCHOONMAKER MARY HARTLEY MARTHA BLOOD EDNA SEABERT . PMmen's glee Club I LOLA ABER VIOLA DAUBENDICK LUCILLE FLACKENECKER MARJORIE GOLDEN MARY HARTLEY BESSIE HAYES HELEN HOCKADAY HELEN HOCKMAN BEULA BECKER ELIZABETH BUCKNER MARGARET GRAVES EMMA HOEL AUDREY JORDAN MARIAN KELLY ELISE BROEDER HELEN BRUNE MARY EDWARDS GRACE ETTER RUTH FREESE EVELYN GREENBAUM FRANCES HALL MARTHA BLOOD MARION JOHNSON JULIA FAIRFIELD . . . Director . . Accompanist . . . President Vice-President . . Secretary MARGARET KISTLER . VIRGINIA THORNSBURGH ELEANOR SWITZER . . HELEN ROTH .... VIRGINIA THORNSBURGH First Sopranos LUCILLE LaPORTE LYDIA LINDBERG AUDREY MILLER ERNESTINE MOORE ANNAMAE NOVOTNY JOSEPHINE PARKER FLORENCE POWERS Second Sopranos ALINE LEASURE ELEANOR LONEK DOROTHY MEGOWEN MARY MCCULLOUGH MEARIA NUNES First Altos RUTH HAMMON VEINA HIMES ETHELYN JOHNSON RUTH JOHNSON OCTAVIA LEE CAROLYN LEVINSOHN HELEN LONG Second Altos GLADYS KAY JENKS RUTH KAHN i3s61 DAND RIDER ELEANOR SCHWEITZER CHARLOTTE SHAPERA SYDNEY TABOR MARGARET KISTLER EDNA SEABERT VIRGINIA TORNSBURGH FLORENCE WALZ RUTH POWELL ANNA ROSENBERG GLADYS ENGLAND HELEN ROTH MIRA VOEKEL EVELYN WAIT MABEL NAPIER FRANCES NELSON LOIS WALKER ELINOR RUMSEY EDITH RUPPRECHT FRANCES THOMAS MARIETTA ZEIGLER DOROTHY MITCHELL ANGELA PETESCH MIRIAM TIBBITS Assistant Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Librarian Assistant Librarian Business Manager . .. ,..,.-f.. U7ZZ.7J6ffZb7 Ordzesira ALBERT AUSTIN HARDING ROSTER-1925-1926 WALTER LAIDLOW ROOSA . . Assistant Violins W. L. ROSS CConccrlmnstcrJ MARSHALL MEYER G. R. HESS MISS RUTH PARKER MISS M. MILDRED WINTER MRS.THEODORA M. ABEL CHARLES HOCHMAN MORRY SHAPIRO MISS PHYLLIS FEINGOLD GEORGE VINIK FRANK EDEL MISS THELMA BROWN KURT ANDERSON R. H. GROFF R. F. GIESKE J. C. VORHEES R. S. SI-IELTON S. C. HUSSEY J. M. HANCE GEORGE KAPLAN WILL K. BROWN MISS MARIE WILLIAMS FRANK PETRU DONALD RENO MISS EDNE SEABERT P. J. MELNICK IRVING KING Violas S. H. WHITE R. T. CROMPTON EDWIN DAVIDSON RALPH COLBY M. O. WILLMAN F. P. MORF C ellos MISS LOIS E. STEFFY MISS MARY E. MCDONALD J. B. THARI' L. A. ADAMS WARREN KING M. R. PATTERSON Basses L. L. STEIMLEY MISS LOIS COX H. T. OWEN Is. J. SCHULTZ M. T. KRONE Harp MISS LILY A. SNELLMAN Piano MRS. E. E. NEWCOMB Flutes H. L. NEWCOMER E. J. SHAW MISS FRANCES HALL M. L. VERNIAUD C larinels R. E. HOPKINS F. M. LESCHER M. A. MCCOY F. R. BLAISDELL Bass Clarinet G. A. CRAIG Oboes C. Z. ROSECRANS T. C. SCHOTT l357fl Director Director English Horn C. Z. ROSECRANS Bassoons R. F. DVORAK R. I. SHAWL M. F. HACKLEMAN Horns D. A. WATSON W. E. WADE H. H. HOLSCHER V. L. PHELPS Trumpets E. E. NEWCOMB C. J. HENNING Trombones P. B. VAN DYKE W. C. RAY C. F. PREBLE Tuba C, A. HANDLEY Tympani L. A. MEIER Percussion N. C. CONKLIN J. E. PEHLMAN W. A. BLEDSOE Librarian KURT ANDERSON A. F I -- xv ' J.+,gf -Mai. asf, "'-' .C-Q ,Z - ,L , I ,.,, -f , , v' - .P I'-6 .M-. 62N .51 ,. 9.llf'x li' .Q ,X J'-. -.,.K?-D, ,puv :Ml , -1 .2 ':Qw.'Tl F IQHG wfwf aw..-45 Y J" v. My 1, M 1 -' .14 Aw-'.. , : Hn: 1 '- J- -1-' - 2 "H--. ff . Q' 547-'-:Sa". "V ' S W- THQ " ' A711 fS1w:'2.4.p, M::1'Yg,?JQq,2, n .,g'wm- . Ji N lf, L-r' P' '- +- "fr lxwe- X 5, QNX "la-75 IJ'-" K "fS,f'.i-1x5 'M -P: 'P x M 1 , .. , . , , - 4 . -J lg, xv, xgxgfjg-,',-. Q:-Nr XS. A: X 2' ,. 18124: mp. H. , 'ch Y -4:5 vyfz.-' ul - .- . .- 11 -l --V gy-,mg -' ff v N-'W-f,',,'.N: df V65 ' , 3,11 we 4 FL " J.K,J,, ,J--',,,,S.41 5 .ux,.. xl .Q - 'X k-Ag '14-fi , X .3 E I , .. -X. - QA X.-,' ' '- ,.v1r-. ..f I Q-, X :L Q f :ml gy. If f, J W - , ,Q r-,A Vw. - ' Xu 41" , V' ff L :L .5 -4 .-ffkr VM-V Af : 11: . A'r.Q-.Qy'- mQJ..f J-Q -Ll.-' ,.-1:-, -' - ,,,,',,3 wjf V W 'fm .1- a ' N Q ,mfg 5-vu: f X ,QKYZ-.-S ' Mya-'flu J "K 1- ,2 ,.,, 7,7435 X . ,f L,o3.., X Q '.:-f 1-'ra ,,, dx, - ' 4' .5 ' : i,,fp,w. 2,1 L V W: I - . . , , ' 1 ,Lua ,, . -' I , I , . .wx I .. I 9, l K 11.5.5 ... F 1 A- 1 N ' Q. ' -' 5 l -' ,Q -Y - . V .. , , 1 , 1, ,y 0 nw s W ' ar W 3 W' ' A , 1 Q 5 I 'Tf u-'cf 'fr-Q lf ' .- UW., L, X tqfxq H V N Q. an 11:35 ,M x, w, X ,uv .10 if -Mx S 'xju K B -I -1- ffwii. . Kmnqf W' I I Ki 0 . ulf X1 ... ,1 5653 Q ig JB? -11 - ' , l als' Q-QLJE-ii -X 4, MILITARY COL. WM. T. MERRY C ommandant MAJ. J. A. SARRATI' A. F. MCCRORY Cadet Colonel fzeR.O.T. NDER provisions of the Morrill Land Grant of 1862 Military training has been required. By a subsequent Act of Congress passed June 3, 1916, six units of the Reserve Officers Training Corps were established in the University. With pass- ing years the institution has grown and with this growth there has been a commensurate advance on the part of the Brigade. And with the passing of time this department has improved, not in quantity but in quality. Strength of the Brigade has been lim- REGULAR ARMY OFFICERS Lt. Foster Capt. Gering Capt. Baird Capt. O'Keefc Lt. Johnson Capt. Morrison Capt. Starlings Capt. Brady Maj. Mcnoher Maj. Sarratt Maj. Magruder Capt. Mallet! Capt. Ramer Capt. Norris Lt. Chadwick Capt. Shelton Capt. Collins Lt. Holly Lt. Dalferes Lt. Mallory Capt. Nevins l360l , . --1 ..,-..----,..-,..., .. .., L , ,,. . ...i.--..-.-,M ... -Y -my f 1 ., .Y ,rw m,,,,.-.., -7 ...W ... . .7--..7.T.3 .N .-.,..., . , . . , A , , I x ...,.,. A ,,,,-,! 7 wry, M, ,mb , fi.. .- ,A l . .V - - w- , . .L s 0.1.14 ..::....-- .L...--.4.-. -1 K... -..dv .... ,....:.,,.. f..- ,. . ..,,, 4, A M A -, Q. I. 2 1 r . I ..a l t i 4 . 5 COL. A. F. MCCRORY MAJ. V. C. MILLER MARIAN MCCARTHY Commanding Adjutant Honorary Colonel LT. COL. A. F. NEWKIRK Executive Officer Tlzeiig .T . ited to three thousand men. These are chosen selec- tively by means of a rigid physical examination. The unfit are eliminated. The appointed group are ade- quately equipped and instructed by the Federal military department. Four years of training in rigid basic and advanced courses has filled these men with self-reliance-a definite assurance of national in- tegrity and a promise that good citizenship can be bred and promoted. To the young man who achieves merit in his military work go the rewards of official promotion. CAMP CUSTER, MICHIGAN Ti tp' gf-3ni+sgfsaw3gfjg,Lg . Q Q. 1 . I ' . , 5.1 I ' 55' . V' l , ' ks E . fl' up M W, 'F E - r L ' ' w . 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'. a..L' . y. , ' fi' A - -,x A-,P 'B 'Mgt - W' -.. ' Q, .il . , . -J.: . -1 1 ..'f. . - f 1- , ay ' 1 "Q 591, 'yj 4 -15 . 3 , 'XM ' , f-if -1.2 1 f wx .W ii Q if , -Q ' ks, f- P -1 'Limb pu- i. -1-V A . Q rf' ' -7' " 'r-19" ' X W, ,. f"'3V i , . A I On and behind the .firing Iine,' Camp Custer, Michigan INFANTRY OFFICERS V .Li . A " , , I ' 'sw ' --. "v,.' " . ' L3621 Yield Q1 rtzflefy 1rm..s . Y S- A s ' YT Q .N 5533.1 K A4 ' vzfflw 54.1 M" -1,-T921 s'ff'i'?-g N " , -I 39" ff4:,,z:. N- Q '3-X '54, xi?" fiilfit-J F' V ,,,N'5'..9X --' 1' H- , , A 1 'Stun N-' fy, ,Y A., , . 4. X537 ,Y ,-f . . ' 'hfg A :I 4:2 ,4..,.. V ' :v,v 1 .Af SINE i-. J f 1 Q fm, +51 K- fp F HL.fm4, - Y . 4 ---1 P - , -Q. ff A 1 , ' lf" -A-. W -41. A - 7. "Z, Q It -- if . K 'I Am if F 'H ,l"'-1.1 , 4, 5 44 F Q' X fI.u.I.' 5' Ay 4.55-' 'pu.fV,'f'Q I.. ls'-H , ,.-.Th ..1 551' 4 .Nr -444 Q ' - f.'f'.-nr-t"frf-"f'1e.15, 'ew ,Ek a -,-Hx V Kiln., -.gfii':344,fly,. 1- JLS-iv: ,uw .. . C143 3.4!-aug x it F F me The work, the play, the .vcem'ry,' Camp Sparta, Wisconsin ..-. ,.., ,moi K' . f' ' ALJ .,.3,. ,.'- . FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICERS III' FOI I'l.'X'l'C'H o - - H631 .su -r-.1 .-,F in Q Q Q LT. COL, DAVIS F 1 'r 'ff ." 0 7 fr .1 On lhe Drill Field CAVALRY OFFICERS 13641 A 1 J 1-' X ' Ffzgzkzeerf --x Real Actiong Camp Custer, Michigan ENGINEERS OFFICERS LT. COL. HOFFMAN V .V . -1- ,.,.i',f..i,lv , . 4. . ls6sJ Mfr Sei Uwe Q ' ' I L I i Vu y LnE Sq 1-':f5E3g' 8 .N ' i ,. -,-Q 1..sL':,1,.,1' ,FN "v--rf " .'.,a'T?. e Pm' "Wig, f., ' 'Q '+ ' ' ' ' -22-V:b5'f+ '. A ',, ' W p g v....i1..,-1. -PV., '- ...L an "J,- 9:4 ""7g1, 4 ,. ,Jw-'ww 'f, .- "L" - f5" ."f' 1 -M-Q-Af ' f li .1- Views at Chanute Fzeld Ranloul AIR SERVICE OFFICERS l366l - JI. I ,U 'Fl V V 'LY14?'?i"i Slgllfll C0505 ?fPfQLrH V , Y fig 'N4'. 2, -fp-. . ? :gg , 23 , -. . A J' I Sn' O.. fx- 3 gd - ' 4 S-: ' Q Q QW j G1-L'. ff 1' .5 V , ,' 'vkqw-I-N..v F Q", Q' . :"'.y'l k fp. Z 2 , f' A.: , 5. 3 ,Af r, jr! 51 tsl, 25327 ,ea A" 1f-P ' f 'CVFVE' -Qi ' V X 4'1" Q" jfif' X. ' .- . K '- ,E 1"" 1 L V ' :MVK 1 "1 V 'vs :'9!!liui:'39!H Work ut Camp Cuxtrr, ltliflligllll LT. COL. SN YDI-IR Every-day experience inside thc Armory SIGNAL CORPS OFFICERS f3671 'M J 5 'ly ,. ,. . .1 , , 7 . 1 I Jmfzfary Day ha 1' , of ..L,,, L H3681 v HCNCRS .Qterofy Honor! EDWA RD C. LESCH TI-IACHER HOWLAND GUILD MEMORIAL PRIZE, IQ25 Won' by EDWARD C. LESCI-I Honorable Mention to Miss Opal Jackson HE Thacher Howland Guild Memorial Prize is awarded annually to the student whose one-act play is considered to be the most original and to possess the greatest literary merit. This prize was endowed by friends and relatives of the late Thacher Howland Guild, formerly an instructor and associate in English at Illinois. Synopsis of 4'The 'Return of the Crusader" War does not always exalt the soul, nor is the American soldier always the heroic saint that he appears on Christy posters. The scene is the lobby of the Court House at Danville, Illinois, the time is several months after the close of the Great War, and the occa- sion is the return in state of the body of one of the native sons, killed in battle. Three National Guardsmen are awaiting the arrival of the coffin, over which they are to stand guard that lnight. They are Corporal Bliff, Private Swope, and Private Ing. None of them had served in the war, for various more or less imaginary dis- abilities, but they know a lot about peace duty, and have acquired the technique of griping and profanity. Far from being awed by the solem- nity of the occasion, ' they spend their time swapping yarns, abusing their officers, and quarreling with Lt. Rosen over the manual of arms-especially Ing, the laziest, foulest, and most proficient of the three. At length the coffin arrives and is received in a more or less military manner. Ing prepares to pass a comfortable night over a bottle, when a diversion is made by the violent entry of three soldiers, Mac, Dwig, and Dago. These gentle- men, having served with the dead Curt in France, are determined that no i Guards- men are going to do the honors for their buddy. So after a wordy resistance they expel the guard and take over their arms. They jaw about old times in France and about Curt. Already well oiled and being supplied with their own and Ing's liquor, they become maudlin. It turns out that Dwig had sat up with Curt the night he died of flu and had gone to sleep. His conscience tells him that his negligence was the cause of Curt's death. He grows hysterical-wants to look at Curt again. "I want to see if he is smil- ing. I can tell if he is mad because he will be biting his lip like he used to when he was sore." So he pushes the lid off the coffin. Mac looks in. Dago-"Come on, let's play a hand-if I can get these damn cards together. fLooks up.j Well, is he smiling?" Mac-"He's grinning, Dago, he's grinning! " vf"':"v isvol . ' i Q GOJVIPETITION POR THE PIIYM FELLOWSHIP IN ,RRGDITGGTQRE ' 59 g THE FRANCIS j. PLYM FELLOWSHIP IN ARCHITECTURE Won in 1925 by EARL VICTOR GAUGER Through the generosity of Mr. Francis J. Plym, of Niles, Michigan, a graduate of the University of Illinois of the class of 1897, the Trustees have established a fellowship for the advanced study of architecture. The stipend attached to the fel- lowship is one thousand dollars. The winner of the award is required to spend a year of study and travel in Europe. The fellowship is awarded annually by competition in architectural design. THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS MEDAL Won in 1925 by HOMER F. PFEIFFER The American Institute of Architects offers each year a medal to the senior in the Department of Architecture whose development during the four years' course is the most consistent and best. The award is based upon schol- arship in all the work during the course, the purpose being to prevent over-specialization in design. In 1925 this medal was awarded to Homer F. Pfeiffer, who was one of the highest standing students in Archi- lCCtl1I'C. THE SCARAB MEDAL IN ARCHITECTURE Won in 1925 by LEONARD SUMOROKOFF The Scarab Medal is offered each year to the student in the College of Architecture who submits the best solu- tion to a problem in architectural design. H711 li li- I3 it V... ., ... .. . .... - . , ,... .. , . ,,..-.,,,., .-........,....-...............l-.r-....-......N---- --A---H ----V---7-..-...- -......, .- ........-......... .... ...,..-. H .,Y... -.. .. ,.,, - ..-.........,.. ..-. . .. .. . ... -..- . i""' "S IVIJFH- I fs ,L . , . Lg' " iii FT! tb tie ' I 1 4 if! al M ,Ml Iwi i ' .41 ' 5, A YY 34 I T? if MI ffl 'xii I .J ,. 'I I I I I if' I 5 I L I+, I. Ii 5, I 5, I we, I , r I N 5 ' I , III if 5' , PI L3 QI its ?.I ,s iii i-L Ig ,.., F5511 J' 1. . I..t..v.-4 9 t -1 5 Il I WI ii. fi I s1.:g"'..:I13-r.. fran. W: ' "...1i....1,.-Lg.z..a. .nL.'.C.A.,. , lf. A 1 . : . " I 4I x I.,:I4 l . I A- - I , I , . I ,v-f , 'I -f - ,. 'P'-. 1. Q CS' "hw -- . ' ..'f" .t , I. N... .- -1' l LLL.. ,..,., E 3' : . r a Q vi . QQ K 1 , N T .,v-,... - - . .. . .. .. . ,hu , f11""fr 77 r"17r. . 'I . " g' ' Ir- ' I , I I'.f'T1"'r7f:f""'i"'A"fa'1"'ff'f'f L.'l....s..h? 1..IilL.1-IlA'f j V 'Q '- V 4 j ii,.,fxT,.rZ....41su...':..l.1i.4."um...l?.lLi.12'?Jd "H ' MILITARY HONORS-THE HAZELTON PRIZE MEDAL Won in 1925 by I CHARLES HENRY COMMONS Engineering Unit The Hazelton Prize Medal was provided by Captain W. C. Hazelton in 1890, to be awarded annually to the best drilled student enrolled in Military Science. The competition for this medal is held in May of each year. The award is made for excellence in military appearance, erectness in carriage, neatness in dress and for excellence in the execution of the school of the soldier, without arms and with and without numbers. THE SCHAEFER PRIZE IN ENGINEERING Won in 1925 by ALFRED JAMES SHOTE Two prizes are awarded annually to the students in the College of Engineering who write the best technical papers describing some engineer- ing construction or operation with which the student is personally identi- fied in some capacity. The second prize was awarded to Rudolph Earl Peterson. THE RICKER PRIZE IN ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY Won in I925 by J. DONOLD PROUTY The Ricker Prize is awarded annually for the best presentation of some phase in Architectural History. The award is given in honor of Nathan C. Ricker, formerly a prominent teacher in Architectural History. THE IRA O. BAKER PRIZE Won in 1926 by J. D. VOORHEES Two prizes are awarded annually to students of the Civil Engineering School who have distinguished themselves in scholarship and activity in technical organizations. The names are inscribed on a bronze tablet in Engineering Hall. Second Prize was awarded to Alfred Masterson. THE UNIVERSITY GOLD MEDAL I Won in 1925 by GLENN G.HALL Engineering Unit The University Gold Medal is awarded annually by the Board of the Trustees of the University. The medal is awarded for military excellence shown in the annual competitive drill. The applicant for the medal must have a required standard in scholarship both in Military Science and in his other school work, and he must show a thorough knowledge of the other details as in the requirements for the Hazelton Medal. "i51?iIEfZf'-.7-IP?I51'E'3ne'KT'- Il., 1 , I V .4 1- gig I ,-at I 5 HI it .ini IVQ4 li I I ,I-.L 1 Ii ,. 1 4 Ia . ie. fi Ill l .5 '1 Il I I I , . lI it ll ' I I . II W' I i. 5 I I I I i I I 0 I" I I . QI I l I . I .. -D 5' I Il II I Z3 L A tl ! :Nl i l Ji -........- -..--..... , .. . --.- ' I ' tl ii'iM3.EflE 'TifkIz1f3T2"L fIi1'3iL.W'5iL'LiI'lI.E7I'I':-ififlfl X-'IiiC.ufi5,Z3' Etsy..-L ' B.i93':5"mI 1 69 "2 . Y l372l ...,,i , il' l I , Q ' i,i.,g:4i HAI is? M4I,.,.., .Y -f - X ' f wx I F, N.. ' -A lah! A Honors Day A is-H Scholarship honors are given on this day to undergraduates who have distinguished themselves I for the two semesters preceding Honors Day I," A I R C R H P ffl This honor IS awarded to the students who are This honor IS awarded to the students who are in the upper three per cent of their class in both in the upper three per cent of their class in the junior and senior years. Their names are either their sophomore, junior, or senior years. Q ' . . . . . - ! 0' Inscribed on a bronze tablet In the Unlversity They are entitled to Wear the Honors Emblem. 5 ' Auditorium. l, 1 HIGH SCHOLARSHIP Em This honor is awarded to the students who are 'll ,, in the upper ten per cent of their class . Ii fql My lik HIGHEST SCHOLARSHIP, 1925 , ' CLARON DALE BARBER, Liberal Arts and Sciences 3 FRANCIS JAMES BENDA, Agriculture 1 I 3 PHILIP BERKOWITZ, Commerce and Business Administration ? I WILLIAM HERBERT CLINGMAN, Engineering ls' I ROMAN ANTHONY JASCOVIAK, Engineering l , ', WILLIAM DWIGHT LANSING, Liberal Arts and Sciences ' I l ESSIE ADELE MORRELL, Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Q' WALDO GEORGE MUELLER, Commerce and Business .Administration 1 , RUDOLPH EARL PETERSON, Engineering l , Q I GILBERT JAY ROBERTS, Liberal Arts and Sciences I ' CARL EMIL ROESSLER, Commerce and Business Administration I - GEORGE HEYWOOD VERNON, JR., Liberal Arts and Sciences 3 MARY FRANCES WATERS, Liberal Arts and Sciences l 3, LE ROY RICHARD WEIS, Commerce and Business Administration I 4, . I , i I I I 2 I I . MARGARET LAMBERTON, EDUC. GEORGE HEYWOOD vERNoN, JR., L.A.S. I " I I 1 THE CLASS OF 1925 RUSSELL HERBERT LANDER, AGR. MARY FRANCES WATERS, L.A.S. ll I , ii' 5uPe'i"' SC"0ia""'if' lY5B'glS?lT?1l?SYEst?i'Sif1l'Z'LM' EETILCHSEEEEEWVQIESZES'LM' i ' ' ' , . . . , . I , P ' MARY ELIZABETH ALESHIREJ--A-S. EDWARD CHRISTIAN LESCH, L.A.S. RUTH CLEWORTH YOUNG, L.A,S. Il A ' JAMES AUGUSTUS ARVIN, L.A.S. RUSSELL DAVID LEVY, ENG- 1, 1 .. CLARON DALE BARBER' L-A-S ARCHIE JAMES MCMASTER, ENG. High Scholarship 1. 'X I FRANCIS JAMES BENDAIAGR- BERNICE LOUISE MARSHALL, L.A.S. Q vi WI PHILIP BERKOWITZ- COM- ESSIE ADELE MORRELL, L.A.S. AEE JAMES ABRAN5- ENG- ld 0 WILLIAM HERBERT CLINGMAN, ENG. WALDO GEORGE MUELLER, COM. BERTRAM HOLT ALLISON, COM. A I , MRS. GLADYS FAY DE sHONG,L.A.S. GEORGIA NORTH L.A.S. JAMES WILLIAM ANDREW, L.A.S. I .g , LUTHER DELOS FETTEROLF, ENG. RUDOLPH EARL LETERSON ENG' MAURICE JOSEPH APPELMAN, ENG. G I LEO LIELVIN GARDNER, LAW GILBFRT JAY ROBERTS LALSA MARY LMILY ARMINGTON, COM. , if I if I HARMON BHILLIB HAYES, L.A.S. SIDNEY L ROBIN LAS' ' MARION LOUISE ATTICK,L.A,S, 3 5 IRvIN HENRY HIMMELE, EDUC. - I ' - ' MARTHA L-BESHERS.L.A.S. I ' I OPAL LOUISE JACKSON, L.A.S. CARLQEMIL ROESSLER. COM. JOHN GARRY BLOCKER. COM. I -5 MARGARET CAROLINE JACOBS, L.A.S. ALICE SITTNER, L.A.S. MARTHA ELIZABETH BRADLEY, MUS, 4-- 5 ROMAN ANTHONY JASCOVIAK, ENG. TRISSIE ANNE SUTHERLAND, EDUC. JOHN HOWARD BROCK, AGR. 5 ge ,, ROBERT EDWIN KENNEDY, EDUC. ESTHER FLORENCE TEETERS, L.A.S. AUBREY ERNST BRODERICK, L.A.S. I N ", A ELLES WALKER KRIECKHAUS, L.A. S. JOYCE TRAEGER, EDUC. JAMES OLIVER BROOKS, COM. 5 , I I IRMA CECELIA KROENLEIN,L.A.S. BENJAMIN EDWARD TwITCHELL,L.A.S. LOIS BUSBY,L.A.S. I' l BSI j- I3 l I 1 5 . y ,II IA' I--A Y f ' , K K , V ' . ... ...A 110 :sneer -rv-:ea - -me we-.vzaRe.oIz-.B . 'uv' fa 2- ma 1, 1. f B-sc A -are , -I. I, larsl I . Q? E ij. Y iff- 5 p'- . ,., Zwf v,-, . .Q , S., LIE I rip' H, N V. I ' I: It x, ' hi ,J Axz , ff ,Ll f' My . , DAY L I I. yi 4. f ff. I I 111' A f4 il . rf.. M 1 C. 1 X I I I r V il.. .. J. ski I JI , . .W I Iii' ffli. . . ,.4-,ly L' I Ill! ICE' .NW ,+. f . I. . ,I f,,i,!l 515:51 fR'+7 1742 I' Riff! 7?'n'7'3 WE fy, I. Wi M 1131! AAI 7,13 Pa ls I HJ ml' in 'Il A MEI. YH! M ill! I A35 ROBERT JOHN CALLEN, ENG. FRANCIS NEWELL CAMPBELL, COM. JEANNE ADELINE CAMPBELL, L.A.S. WILBUR STANLEY CLAYTON, ENG. HENRY GRADY COOK, L.A.S. CORDELIA PATRICIA CURRY, L.A.S. HARRY LINCOLN DALE, COM. JAMES MEYER DAVIDSON, L.A.S. EVELYN MARIE DAVIS, EDUC. LLOYD ROLLAN DE WITT, L.A.S. PAUL GEORGE DINGLEDY, ENG. RUTH CLIFTON DODGE, L.A.S. ARNOLD FREDERICK EMCH,L.A.S. HENRIETTA FARRAND, L.A.S. VIRGIN BYRON FIELDER,AGR. JOHN RICHARD FISCHER, COM. NESTA FITZ-GERALD, L.A.S. JOSEPH ROBERT FREDERICKSON, COM. WILLIAM BURTON GAY, COM. ARTHUR RUDOLPH GROSSTEPHAN, AGR. MELVIN HENDERSON, AGR. CHARLES FLOYD HENNESS, ENG. HAROLD LEE HILDENBRAND, ENG. ARTHUR JAMES HILL, EDUC. EMILY MARIE HORDYK,L.A.S. RALPH STANLEY JOHNS, COM. SARAH MADONNA KABBES, COM. GERTRUDE KARR, L.A.S. HJORDIS ANGELICA LIND, L.A.S. WENDELL BURTON LONG, COM. WILLIARD LEWIS MCEWEN, L.A.S. HELEN FRANCES MCLEAN, L.A.S. HELEN MARIE MCMILLAN, L.A.S. JOSEPH ORMOND MEYERS, L.A.S. MILDRED ELEANOR MILLER, L.A.S. RALPH MARTIN MONK, COM. GEORGE ELWOOD MORRIS, ENG. HELENE KATHERINE MOSIER, L.A.S. JULIUS MULLER, ENG. KARL RUDOLPH NAUMANN, COM. HOWARD MONROE NORTON, AGR. ALICE LYDIA NOTHENBERG, L.A.S. EVA ELINOR OATHOUT, L.A.S. THOMAS WILLIAM OLIVER, ENG. CLEONE PITTMANN ORR, L.A.S. CULLEN EVERETT PARMELEE, ENG. MAURICE NORTHROP QUADE, ENG. BARRETT GALLOWAY RICH, ENG. GEORGE GALE VINCENT ROBERTSON, L KARL FREDERIC ROBINSON, EDUC. CHARLES CHITTICK ROWE, COM. LILLIAN IDA SAT'1'LER,L.A.S. ETHEL MARIE SAUNDERS, L.A.S. PHILIP SCHOENLING, EDUC. HELEN MILDRED SCOTT, L.A.S. BEATRICE MARY SLATTERY, L.A.S. WAYNE DANIEL STALEY, L.A.S. ROBERT LEICESTER TAMBLING, L.A.S. RUSSELL GROVES TRUMMEL, AGR. ARTHUR CARROLL UTTERBACK, COM. BRAYTON LADD WEAVER, AGR. HOLLA EDWIN WEAVER, ENG. FRANCES MARION WEBBER,L.A.S. ELMER CHRISTIAN WEIHL, L.A.S. HELEN MARGARET WERNER, L.A.S. JOHN EUGENE WHITTENBERG, L.A.S. JACOB NELSON WICKERT, L.A.S. LEO WOLINSKY, ENG. WILLIAM VAN BEN SCHOTEN WOODWARD, ENG. CHARLOTTE ANN WOODWARD, L.A.S. JOHN WILLIAM DORWEN WRIGHT, COM. KENNETH EDWIN WRIGHT, AGR. JAMES GEORGE ZADEK, ENG. THE CLASS OF IQZO Superior Scholarship .A.S. GAIL MILDRED BROOK, L.A.S. LOUISE ALICE BRUMBAUGH,L.A.S. MARY LOUISE BURNIER, L.A.S. BLANCHE MARIE COLVIN, COM. GENEVIEVE L. CROUSE, EDUC. BERNARD MARTIN DECKER, L.A.S. RALPH LORING DUGGER, ENG. HELEN MARGARET GRIMES, MUS. ALTON GIFFORD HALL, L.A.S. CONSTANCE LOUISE HALL, L.A.S. RICHARD ELLIS HASWELL, L.A.S. VALENTINE JOBST, L.A.S. MARTHA ESTHER KETCI-IUM,L.A.S. MRS. ESTHER NELSON LAMPERT, L.A.S. YUEY LEN, L.A.S. HELEN LONGBONS, MUS. JOHN GEORGE LYNCH, ENG. WAYNE EDWIN LYNCH, ENG. LUTHER HANCOCK LYON, COM. RILEY MCCLAIN, COM. ILAH FAY MENDENHALL, AGR. BERNARD MEYER, COM. ' FREDERICK PAUL MORF, ENG. DOROTHY LUCRETIA RUTH MOORE. AGR. WILLIAM MOSES MORRISON, COM. DOROTHY MAE MULBERRY, L.A.S. ALFRED FRANCIS NEWKIRK, COM. NORA ORPHA NULL,L.A.S. JESSIE LOUISE POTTER, MUS. RUTH DOROTHY PEABODY, COM. BRADFORD HILLS QUACKENBUSH, ENG. RUSSEL NELFERD RASMUSSEN, AGR. DOROTHY LOIS REEVES, L.A.S. NONA MARGARET SCHWARZ, L.A.S. RUTH LYDIA SCHWEMM, L.A.S. ELNOR BERNICE STONE, MUS. ISADORE LOUISE TAYLOR, L.A.S. JOHN CULVER VOORHEES, ENG. JOSHUA DIXON VOORHEES, ENG. ARCHIBALD PETER WEIHL, L.A.S. ESTHER M. WIELAND, L.A.S. EDITH LUCILE WELCH, L.A.S. ARTHUR HARRY WINAKOR, COM. High Scholarship CORLISS DORAN ANDERSON, ENG. HAROLD PETER ARKEMA, ENG. - GEORGE CARROLL ARMSTRONG, ENG. JENNIE LOUISE ARMSTRONG, L.A.S. PAUL ALOYISIUS BADEN, LAW DWIGHT KERMIT BALL, COM. GUY BANISTER, ENG. CATHERINE BARR, L.A.S. FRITZ ALEXANDER BAUER, COM. SMITH CULLEN BEAN, ENG. MARGARET HELEN BELSLEY, L.A.S. CHESTER WALLACE BENNETT, L.A.S. JOHN HOWELL BERGEN, AGR. LYLYAN HILDA BLOCK, L.A.S. EDITH GRACE BLOOD, L.A.S. MARTHA ELIZABETH BLOOD, L.A.S. EVELYN GERTRUDE BONNEN, EDUC. JOHN RAYMOND BORLING, COM. E EUGENE CARTER BRAY, ENG. MARIAN LOEL BUMSTEAD, L.A.S. SETA BUTLER, L.A.S. RALPH EDWARD CAMPBELL, ENG. KENNETH DUNCAN CARPENTER, COM. CHUAN YUN CHAO, COM. MILDRED EDNA CHRISTOFFER, L.A.S. JESSIE LESTER COHEN, COM. LEONARD URIAH COHEN, COM. LYLE RENO CONARD, ENG. DEWEY ROSE CONNOR, ENG. JOSEPHINE RAYE CURVEY, L.A.S. RICHARD CECIL DARNELL, ENG. NEILSON CAREL DEBEVOISE, L.A.S. NELLIE ESTHER DE LONG, L.A.S. A---7-f--E, A L 1 ,.',.:.,L.J. ., WILLIAM STEWART DUNCAN, ENG. HELEN JANE EDISON, AGR. FRANCIS FRIEDGEN ELLIOTT, COM. PHILIP WILLIAM EMLEY, ENG. DAISY FAIRFIELD, L.A.S. ANTOINETTE MARIE FALLON, EDUC. DONNABELLE ROSEMONDE FRY, MUS. ORLANDO FORD GARRETT, AGR. GENEVIEVE GERE, L.A.S. DEFOE CHILDRESS GINNINGS, L.A.S. ARNOLD HOPKINS HEINEMAN, ENG. CLAIRE BELLE HENDERSON, L.A.S. JULIAN OTTO HEPPES, COM. ARTHUR LORIN HEPLER, L.A.S. FRANCIS ELLIOTT HERNDON, ENG. RALPH THORNILEY HETHERLIN, ENG. EARL FRANCIS HETTEL, ENG. BEATRICE ELIZABETH HADOM, L.A.S. NELLIE MARIE HOWELL, EDUC. ANITA MAYE HUCKER, L.A.S. VINCENT PAUL MAIER, COM. CHESTER OSCAR JACKSON, EDUC. RUBY BEATRICE JACOBSEN, EDUC. VICTOR JAMES JUDSON, AGR. JOHN HARTMAN JUNKENS, AGR. RUDOLPH HORNADAY KAGEY, L.A.S. WILFRED THOMAS KING, ENG. PAUL KNIGHT, EDUC. PAUL DEMPSEY KNIGHT, EDUC. ERNEST OTTO KRELL, ENG. LOLA ELLEN KUHLEMEYER, L.A.S. ELIZABETH MARY LAMBERT, EDUC. OSCAR CHARLES LEVY, ENG. WILLIAM ALEXANDER LIGGETT, L.A.S. JAMES EDWARD LILL, ENG. PAUL BERTHEL LIND, LAW HAZEL RUTH LINDLEY, L.A.S. GEORGE GORDON MACKAY, COM. FRED JAMES MCMANUS, L.A.S. HOWARD HOMER MONK, COM. DOROTHY RACHEL MOSIER, COM. ORVILLE OTTO MOWERY, AGR. SELMA MARIE OLSON,L.A.S. FLORENCE CLARA OTT, L.A.S. PAUL PARKER, L.A.S. EDITH MAUDE PULLEN, MUS. RUTH HANNA ROSS, L.A.S. CLARENCE GEORGE SCHILLING, L.A.S. JOSEPH THOMAS SCOTT, COM. FRANCIS WAYNE SHARP, COM. NELSON HOUSTON SHERE, L.A.S. HUBERT JOHN SLOAN, AGR. JAMES HAROLD SMITH, ENG. CARL VINCENT SMYTHE, L.A.S. '- ERICH MAX SOBOTA, ENG. PHILLIP ERVIN SONESON, ENG. NORMA KATHRYN SPARKS, EDUC. RUTH ESTHER SPERLING, L.A.S. ERWIN FREDERICK STAHL, ENG. GEORGE WILLIS STILL, AGR. JOSEPH ANTON TOMASEK, ENG. A ARTHUR CHARLES TOSETTI, ENG. MARY ELIZABETH TUCKER,L.A.S. WILLIAM WILLIS TURNER, L.A.S. JOSEPH CLYDE WATTS, ENG. JOSEPH JOHN WEILER, ENG. CHARLES ARTHUR WESNER, LAW MAX ANSCOMB WESTON, L.A.S. MARION ISABEL WHITE, L.A.S. DOROTHY CLARICE WILLCOXEN, L.A.S ORAL BERNICE WILLIAMS, L.A.S. RAMON FRENCH WIKOFF, ENG. MARY THEYE WORTHEN, ENG. THE CLASS OF 1927 Superior Scholarship oRvEN ROLAND ALTMAN, L.A.S. Yifjf. NORVILLE JAMES ALLEMAN. ENG. JOHN NOWRY DEMMLER, ENG. ENID BAIRD, L.A.s. I'-gag ROBERT ROBINSON ALLENTI-IARP, com. DORLAND DE SI-IONG, coM. JOSEPH ELLIS BAKER, L.A.S. IW! PAUL MARCUS ANDERSON. COM. WALLACE RANKIN D-EUEL, L.A.S. ALVIN BARNETT, coM. N' ROBERT VERNE BAKER. L.A-S. TOICHI DoMoTo, AGR. CLARENCE CHARLES BAUMGARDNER, ENG pf! JOHN HANsoN BANDY, coM. LoUIs RHEINHOLD DOUGLAS, ENG. BEULA FRANCES BECKER, L.A.S. ,M HQ T A552 Q va: I. mg 1',..-, ..... W.- ,. W . , ima .Lim I IA? !u5:'7'.r1J-' QTL I374I JOE PETER BELSLEY, L.A.S. CLEOI-'HA MAGDALINA BLOCK, L.A.S. BERNICE ANNE BONER,L.A.S. JAMES PATRICK BREEN, ENG. ROBERT JOSEPH BURNS, L.A.S. MARGARET ELLEN BURTON, L.A.S. DONALD DRAKE COFFMAN, L.A.S. ANSON OVERTON COURTER, L.A.S. LORA LUCILE DEERE, L.A.S. VAILLE DRY, L.A.S. DONALD VINSON DUNCAN, AGR. PAUL HERMAN FERGUSON, L.A.S. FLORENCE GLASSBROOK FINN, L.A.S. MARY ANTOINETTE FLOM, L.A.S. HOWARD EGBERT FORD, COM. ELIZABETH DOROTHY GRAHAM, L.A.S. THOMAS EDWIN GRAVES, COM. LYDIA GESINA HACKMAN, L.A.S. GLADYS ETHEL HOSLER, L.A.S. KENNETH BURTON JOHNSON, ENG. FLORENCE BERNICE KOENIGSBERG,L.A.S. ALVIN WALDEMAR KUNKE, COM. OSCAR ISADOR LEIDING, L.A.S. SYLVIA ANNE MILLER, L.A.S. JAMES PHINEAS MITCHELL, L.A.S. GERTRUDE LOUISE MOELLER, L.A.S. ALICE MOORE, COM. ARTHUR FRANKLIN PRIEBE, COM. JOHN WILLIAM QUEENAN, COM. FRANCIS ALVIN RESCH, L.A.S. AMANDA MARIE SCHROEDER, L.A.S. HAZEL GOLDE SEAMAN, COM. JOE LILBURNE SEGER, COM. DELMAR W. SMEDLEY, L.A.S. ANNA LORI SPORLEDER, COM. CLARA MYRTLE SPRATT, L.A.S. DONALD HOWE STOVER, ENG. PERCY ANDREW WASHBURN, AGR. HAROLD HOLLIDAY WATTS, L.A.S. MARION INEZ WEED, L.A.S. FRANK ARTHUR WELD, COM. DOROTHY I-IUTCHINSON WELKER, L.A.S. JANET LOUISE WESTON, L.A.S. MARY FRANCES WINDSOR, L.A.S. ERIC WINTERS, AGR. GEORGE HENRY ZENNER, ENG. I High Scholarship CONSTANTINE JOHN ALEXOPOULOS, AGR. ALFRED CHESTER ANDERSON, COM. SEIGEL ALBIN ANDERSON, AGR. WILLIAM KEITH ARMSTRONG, ENG. HELEN GERTRUDE BAIRD,L.A.S. JOE BAUDINO, ENG. WILLARD MILLER, COM. ROMA CYRIL BENJAMIN, L.A.S. GEORGE EDWARD BENSON, COM. WILLIAM EDWARD BERCHTOLD, L.A.S. EVELYN BORCHERDT, L.A.S. DAVID ROBERT BOWER, COM. LOUISE SARA BRESEE, L.A.S. FRANCES AGNES BRIGGS, L.A.S. HELEN MARGARET BRIGHT, L.A.S. MIRIAM DODE BROUGH,L.A.S. MARY LOUISE BUDDEKE,L.A.S. DOROTHY BURROWS, L.A.S. GEORGE MARTIN BUTZOW, ENG. JOSEPH DENNIS CAVANAGH, ENG. ESTHER LOLITA CHRISTIE, L.A.S. REBECCA ISABELLE CLARK, L.A.S. LEWIS RAY COOK, ENG. WARREN STEWART COOK, ENG. RUSSELL ALLAN CONE, COM. JOHN ROBERT CONNELLY, ENG. GEORGE AUSTIN CRAIG, COM. MARK JAMES CROSSETT, ENG. ELIZABETH MARIE DAVIS, L.A.S. EDWIN MERRITT DEMLOW, L.A.S. ROBERT SHERER DOAK, ENG. EDWARD JAMES DOWD, COM. VIVIAN GENEVIEVE DROZDOWITZ, L.A.S. HARRY JOHN DUERKOP, COM. 1f'r'rrv'-1. 'rv'1'f'r"'T -w:f"fN-"' " . Lf: 11.16 ,y sim, ,.-x1w.I.:I:,s T., - , Q1 'we FLORENCE WINEFRED DULL, L.A.S. FRANCIS JOHNSON EDWARDS, L.A.S. GEORGE EISENBERG, L.A.S. NATHAN THOMAS ELLIFF, L.A.S. JEROME GORDON FINDER, L.A.S. DOROTHEA GWENDOLYN FLETCHER, L.A.S. PAUL HOWARD FRANK, ENG. HARRY WENDELL FRIER,L.A.S. FRANCES ALICE FULLERTON, L.A.S. MARCEL MICHAEL GERBER, ENG. ALBERT EDWARD GERMER,L.A.S. RAYMOND HENRY GIESECKE, COM. INEZ IRENE GOLDSMITH, L.A.S. DEXTERWOOD GOLDTHORP, L.A.S. MADGE GRAHAM, COM. WOOD GRAY, L.A.S. MA'I'I'HEW ELLSWORTH GROGAN, ENG. PAUL LYNN GUEST, AGR. ALICE MARION HANSEN, L.A.S. RUTH HILGARD, L.A.S. GILBERT GORDON HOHNMANN, ENG. GEORGE EYAN HOWELL, COM. HARRIETT MAY IRWIN, L.A.S. MARGARET ELLEN JACK,L.A.S. MILTON EDWARD JOHNSON, ENG. JAMES PHILIP KEHOE, COM. HAROLD ESTUS KENEIPP, ENG. JAMES VALENTINE KENNY, L.A.S. MARGUERITE LEONA KING, L.A.S. ERNEST LLOYD KLECKNER, AGR. ALEX NELS OLAF KLEERUP, ENG. RANDALL CREIGHTON KOHLER, L.A.S. MRS. MABEL ELIZABETH KRIECKHAUS, L.A.S. MARVIN BERNARD LEESCH, COM. MARION LEWIS LINDER, L.A.S. MARION HULBERT LOOMIS, L.A.S. PAUL CHRISTIAN LUDOLPH, ENG. HERBERT PORTER MCCONNELL, L.A.S. HORACE WILSON MCCOY, ENG. CARL WINSTON MCGEHEE, COM. MRS. JEAN MCILWAIN, L.A.S. EDWARD DANIEL MCKEAGUE, ENG. THOMAS FREDERICK MCMAINS, ENG. LOUIS AUGUST MEIER, MUS. ARTHUR CARL Ml'IISLAHN,COM. VIRGINIA CRESCENCE MERKLE, L.A.S. AUBRY GAZELLE MILLER, MUS. CLETUS RICHARD MOORE, COM. RENO AUSTIN NILES, ENG. LOUISE MYRTLE NOBLE, L.A.S. HELEN OLDFATHER, L.A.S. CLARENCE SIMON PATTENGALE, COM. ALBERT CHARLES PETRIK, L.A.S. THOMAS JEFFERSON POPE, L.A.S. MARY POUND, L.A.S. DAN HENRY PLETTA, ENG. JAMES HARVEY PRICER, L.A.S. HERMANN RASTER, AGR. JOHN ELLIS REED, COM. ETHEL MAY REYNOLDS, EDUC. RITA RINGEL, L.A.S. EVERETT BERNARD ROBINSON, COM. CLARA MAY ROCKE, AGR. OTTO JAMES ROUS, L.A.S. RICHARD DAVID RUDD, ENG. DORAN THERMAN RUE, L.A.S. WILLIAM THOMPSON SATTERFIELD, L.A.S. HARRY EDWARD SCI-ILENZ, ENG. FRANK EDWARD SCHOOF, COM. HOWARD AGNEW SMITH, L.A.S. EFFIE BLANCHE SMITH, L.A.S. PAUL CASWELL SMITH, ENG. RUTH GERALDINE SNYDER, L.A.S. HAROLD SOLIDAY, ENG. BELLE VINA SOUTH, L.A.S. WILHELMINA EMILY STEPHAN, L.A.S. DONALD BERT STOOKEY, L.A.S. FRED LOUIS STUTTLE, L.A.S. JOHN VOORHEES SUNKEL, ENG. FRANK GEORGE TABORSKY, ENG. HUBERT HERMAN TUCKER, AGR. FLOY LEE UNDERWOOD, AGR. I375'I RICHARD HOGHTON WAYNE, L.A.S. MARY ELLEN WHITE, L.A.S. HAROLD KENNETH WILSON, AGR. ALBERT WOLINSKY, L.A.S. WALTER HAMMOND ZARTMAN, L.A.S. NORBERT URSYN ZIELINSKI, L.A.S. THE CLASS OF 1928 High Scholarship DOROTHY JACQUELINE ADAMS, L.A.S. RUTH HENRIETTE ADLER, L.A.S. STEPHEN BERT ADSIT, L.A.S. PAUL DREXEL ALLMAN, L.A.S. THEODORE LA VERNE ANDERSON, L.A.S THEODORE BASIL ARGEROPOLOS, COM. HOWARD DEAN ARMSTRONG, AGR. WILLIAM RUSSELL ARRINGTON,L.A.S. WARREN COTTON ASHLEY, COM. STUART MONROE BABCOCK, ENG. SYLVIA BACH, L.A.S. LOIS BENSON BAKER, L.A.S. LUCILLE MIRIAM BARNARD,L.A.S. NILES HUTTON BARNARD, ENG. GEORGE BARNDS, COM. DOUGLAS ASBURY BARNES, COM. WALTER EARL BARTUSCH, L.A.S. DOROTHEA ELEANOR BAUER, L.A.S. MYRA MILDRED BAUER, AGR. ALBERT CARL BAUMANN, ENG. PAULA TERESA BAYNE, L.A.S. LAURA VIRGINIA BECH, L.A.S. HENRY CHARLES BEAR, ENG. PAUL ROBERT BEATH, L.A.S. PAUL REINHALT BEIER,L.A.S. HOWARD STEVENS BENNETHUM, COM. CHARLES HODGES BENNETT, L.A.S. ELOISE LA MOTTE BERNSTEIN, L.A.S. WILLIAM MANFORD BERTHOLF, ENG. BERENICE ISABELLE BESORE, L.A.S. HAZEL MAY BISHOP, L.A.S. WILLIAM AMBROSE BLEDSOE, COM. ALFRED THEODORE BLOMQUIST, L.A.S. JOHN RALPH BLONDIN,ENG. RUTH AMELIA BLOUNT, L.A.S. CHARLES HENRY BLUMENFELD, L.A.S. ARTHUR NORDEN BOLZ, L.A.S. ALBERT HARRIS BOMASH, COM. THOMAS JOSEPH BOODELL, L.A.S. HELEN ELIZABETH BOWLES, MUS. HERBERT DANIEL BREDEHORN, ENG. GLENN HARRISON BREEN, COM. CHARLES FREDERICK BREISH, L.A.S. ELSIE MARIE BRICHACEK, L.A.S. GERTRUDE ELLA BROWN, L.A.S. JEANETTE ALICE BROWN, L.A.S. MARGARET OGDEN BROWN, L.A.S. GEORGE EVANS BUCHANAN, ENG. IRVING BURGER, COM. PAUL RONALD BUSH, ENG. CHARLES ALBERT BUTCHER, L.A.S. VIRGINIA BUTLER, L.A.S. JOHN HOMER BUTTERFIELD, L.A.S. EARL ALFRED CARLSON, EDUC. I.OIS MODELLE CARR, L.A.S. JAMES ANDREW CASNER, L.A.S. JOSEPH EUGENE CHARLES, L.A.S. ALICE AMORITA CHEEK, L.A.S. WILLIAM BYRON CHENEY, ENG. EDGAR WILBUR CLARK, L.A.S. LEOLINE LOUISE CLARKE, L.A.S. EDGAR THOMAS CLINTON, ENG. EDWARD ELMER CODNER, ENG. DORIS JENNETTE COE, L.A.S. CURTIS ALVIN COLLINS, COM. VERA ARRIETTA CONARD, L.A.S. BRUCE JOHN CONIBEAR,L.A.S. WILLIAM JACKSON COPELAND, L.A.S. CARROLL MORTEN CORNELIUS, L.A.S. FRANK CORSON, ENG. HARRY SMITH CREDE,L.A.S. RICHARD JAMES CREDICOTT, I..A.S. MARION COLEHOUR CRISSEY, L.A.S. -. .- f N., W -.-S.. ,.. ,,,.-,,.g+, -. ...,.. -1. -,,,....,.. -..,,-.,,.v ,..,. , . ,Y , ' -' ' ..-JL...-5 1n.1 .. ..f "7 ... EDNA MARGARET CUNNINGHAM. MUS. WERNER FREDERICK CHARLES DAIB, COM. EUGENE BLAND DANZEISEN, L.A.S. EDWIN LAWRENCE DAVIDSON, COM. FRANCIS H. DAY, L.A.S. HARRY JOSEPH DEARWORTH,L.A.S. ELDON LOUIS DECOSTED, ENG. ANNETTA WARFIELD DENNIS, MUS. LOUIS EDWARD DETURK, ENG. SHERMAN ISADORE DEUTCH, COM. CLARENCE WILLIAM DEXTER, COM. CLARENCE GEORGE DOERR, ENG. RUTH M. DOMKE, L.A.S. LORRAINE ESTHER DOWE, COM. BERNICE GLADYS DROZDOWITZ, L.A.S. CLERMONT EDWARD DULL, COM. RUTH LOIS DUNN, L.A.S. CATHERINE BLOOD DURYEE, L.A.S. ELLEN FERNE EBERHART,L.A.S. ROY GEORGE EHMAN, ENG. RUTH MARGUERITE EINHAUS,L.A.S. FRITZ HERMAN ELICH, COM. ROSE MEREDITH ELLIOTT, L.A.S. ELFIA IRENE ELLIS, L.A.S. RICHARD GLASSBROOK FINN, L.A.S. VIRGIL OTTO FISH, L.A.S. HARLAN EMLER FISSEL,L.A.S. SARAH NAOMI MONICA FLEMING,L.A.S. KARL AUGUST FOLKERS,L.A.S. ARTHUR EDMOND FOSTER, AGR. RICHMOND ROE FOWLER, L.A.S. JOHN LLOYD FRANKLIN, L.A.S. CHARLES ROBERT FREDERICK, COM. ALBERT BEAR FUSON, COM. ROSEMARY TOOKER GAINES, L.A.S. CLAUDE FRANCIS GEHANT, ENG. JOHN JOSEPH GIBBONS, L.A.S. EDMUND WARLAND GIFFORD, ENG. RUTH MARIAN GILLAN, L.A.S. WILBUR LEE GINTHER, COM. JOHN CLARK GOTSCHALL, L.A.S. CLARENCE WILLIAM GRAHAM, COM. DOROTHY LEAL GRAY, L.A.S. RICHARD LEON GREEN, AGR. JEROME GREENBLAU, L.A.S. THEODORE KENNETH GREENLEE, ENG. WILFRED GEORGE GREUBEL, ENG. BERNIE J. GRONSKI, COM. PEARL IRENE GRO'I'TS,L.A.S. VIRGIL EMMETT GUNLOCK, ENG. PHILIP HENRY GUSTAFSON, COM. JAMES JACOB GUSTAT, COM. RAY CHESTER GUYER, COM. EDWARD LAMPORT HANSON, COM. ROBERT GORDON HART, ENG. ROBERT J. HARTLEY, COM. THEODORE DENEEN HARTSELL, ENG. THOMAS MEREDITH HARVEY, ENG. JOHN EVERETT HAYES, COM. LELIA LEONA HAYNES, L.A.S. WILLIS STEWART HENDERSON, AGR. ERNEST HENNINGS, ENG. GEORGE RICHARD HESS, MUS. I-'ORD KIMMEL HICK,L.A.S. VERA NANCY HICKS, AGR. JOHN WESLEY HICKMAN, COM. THEOPHIL HENRY HOEFER, COM. EMMA BERNADINE HOEL, MUS. RALPH VERNON HOFFMAN, COM. FRANK WARD HOOLUND, ENG. FRANK ELMER HOLMSTRAND, ENG. LILLIAN JOSEPHINE HOPPERSTAD, L.A.S. EDWARD OTTO HORN, ENG. BEATRICE CAROLYN HORNEMAN, L.A.S. ROGER WILLIAMS HOVLAND, ENG. MARSHALL STANLEY HOWARD, L.A.S. STEWART SAMUEL HOWE, L.A.S. ROBERT ALBERT HUBATA, L.A.S. LEONA HUDSON, L.A.S. DOROTHY LILLIAN HUSSEMANN, AGR. ORVILLE DEAN IRELAND, COM. VIRGINIA MARILYN IVERSON, L.A.S. ALLEN BURTON JEFFERY, ENG. -N--,. P VERNON PETER JENSEN, ENG. LILLIAN EVA JESSEE, L.A.S. CLYDE WILLIAM JOHNSON, L.A.S. NICHOLAS LAWRENCE JURICK, L.A.S. GEORGE ROBERT JUST, ENG. GEORGIANA JOSEPHINE KENNEDY, L.A.S. CONRAD HENRY KILICH, L.A.S. MAURICE WARNER KLEINMAN, ENG. HENRY WILLIAM KNERR, ENG. IRMA LOUISE KOCH, AGR. EARL H. KRUSE, COM. HENRY THOMAS KUCERA, ENG. WALTER WILLIAM KUEHL, ENG. JOHN FRED KUENZLI, ENG. HAROLD SAMUEL LAPPEN, L.A.S. MACARIO LANDICHO, COM. LOUIS ALLISTER LANGILLE, L.A.S. OCTAVIA HELEN LEE, L.A.S. PORTIA MARY LEE, L.A.S. GLENN PERRY LEONARD, COM. JUDITH LICHTERMAN, L.A.S. THOMAS REED LIGGETT, COM. ADA ISOBEL LINQUIST, L.A.S. RUDOLPH FREDERICK LOTZ, ENG. EUGENE HUBERT LANE, L.A.S. LOIS ELIZABETH LUCAS, AGR. MYRON JOSEPH MAGNUSON, L.A.S. ELEANOR KATHERINE MANGAN, MUS. LYLE TANNER MANLEY, COM. MILDRED ALICE MARTIN, L.A.S. CLARENCE WILLIAM MAYHEW, ENG. ROSCOE ELLINGTON MENZ, COM. LESLIE CARLYLE MESKIMEN, ENG. INEZ FLORENCE MESSE, L.A.S. GEORGE FREDERICK MEYER, COM. WILLIAM BUCK MIDDLESWORTH, COM. DORIS KEANE MILLER, L.A.S. NORMAN RUSSELL MILLER, ENG. YVONNE MILLIKEN, L.A.S. ERNA BARBARA MOEHL, L.A.S. ERNESTINE MOORE, MUS. HARRY FREDERICK MOORE,ENG. WILLIAM EVERETT DOE MOORE, COM. KURT ROBERT MORRIS, ENG. RAY ELDRED MORRISON, ENG. HAZEL BETTY MOSS, COM. GEORGE ROLLIN MORTON, ENG. DAVID GWISTELLE MOYER, COM. RALPH CHARLES MURPHY, L.A.S. DORIS FORSTER MYERS, L.A.S. WILLIAM YOUNG MCBURNEY, ED. HELEN JANE MCCLELLAND, L.A.S. GENEVIEVE MARY MCCONNELL, L.A.S. CHARLOTTE HELEN MCCULLOUGH, COM. EARL FRANK MCDONALD, ENG. MARY ELIZABETH MCDONALD, L.A.S. DONALD MCFEELEY, COM. FRANCES ALBERTA MCGINNIS, L.A.S. LOUISE GERTRUDE MCGINNIS,L.A.S. HELEN MANSFIELD MCGURK, L.A.S. JAMES DALLAS MCKINLEY, L.A.S. EDWIN KEITH NELSON, ENG. EVELYN JUANITA NELSON, L.A.S. HUBERT EDWARD NELSON,L.A.S. GEORGE RONALD NISH, COM. EDWARD BERNARD NOEL, ENG. FRANKLIN GOODLAW NUERNBERGER, EN LAWRENCE MARION NULL, L.A.S. JOSEPH ANDREW ORAVEC, ENG. GLORIA JUSTINE PALMER, COM. GRACE LEONA PERGLER,L.A.S. ALBERT EMILE PERRET, ENG. ELMER WILLIAM PFEIFFER, ENG. BENJAMIN LINDLEY PICKETT, ENG. BESSIE MUNIER PIERCE, MUS. WILLIAM HENRY PLACE, L.A.S. WILLIAM EDWARD POLLARD, L.A.S. SIDNEY KENT POPE, AGR. HERBERT LLOYD PORTER,L.A.S. JOHN GUERNSEY PORTER, L.A.S. JOSEPHINE HENRIETTA PORTER, L.A.S. MARY LOUISE POWELL, L.A.S. JI-ISSIE LYDIA PURVES, L.A.S. H761 JAMES EDWARD QUIGLEY, ENG. ALBERT BERTRAM RAFF,L.A.S. MARTIN REBUFFONI, ENG. DICKSON RECK, COM. JAMES HOWARD REED, L.A.S. MILTON ALLEN REINHART, L.A.S. CHESTER LEE REYNOLDS, L.A.S. EDGAR PETER RHODES, ENG. I-IERMAN BENNETT RICE, COM. KATHRYN ISABELLE RICKMAN, L.A.S. HELEN PEABODY ROBBINS, L.A.S. HENRY GODDARD ROBERTS, L.A.S. MARTHA ANNE ROBERTS, L.A.S. 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WILLIAM BENJAMIN THOMAS, L.A.S. MARY ISABEL THOMPSON, L.A.S. ROBERT DEYL TICKNOR, L.A.S. EDWARD FILLMORE TODD, ENG. VIDA LOIS TRAGER, L.A.S. TURNER HENDERSON TRIMBLE,L.A.S. GORDON MACKINTOSH TRUMAN, ENG. ROBERT HARRELL TULL, ENG. ELIZABETH JANE TURNELL, L.A.S. GILBERT HARPER TURNER, ENG. CHARLES CLEMENS ULRICH, L.A.S. CONSTANCEAROSABELLE USBORNE, L.A.S LESTER MILLER VAN TRESS, MUS. RICHARD FELTES VOELL, ENG. ELEANOR LILLIAN VOTAW, L.A.S. STELLA MARIE WACHTER, L.A.S. EDWARD WILLIAM WALDMAN, ENG. PAUL BENJAMIN WEBB, ENG. MARGARET MARIE WELCH, COM. ARRIETA EVELINE WENBAN, L.A.S. EDWARD TODD WHEELER, ENG. LOUIS EDWIN WHITMAN, COM. LISH WHITSON, COM. PAUL LA VERNE WILTON, COM. CHLORAL EDWARD WILSON, COM. EDWIN CHRISTIAN WOLF, COM. LA VERNE WOODLEY, L.A.S. JAMES JOHN WOODS,L.A.S. JESSE LOYAL WORDEN, ENG. RICHARD WELLS WORLD, ENG. HERMAN LEWIS WORTMAN, COM. LOUISE WRIGHT, L.A.S. GEORGE EDWIN YANOS, COM. PAUL WARE YOUNG, ENG. IRENE MARIE ZACK,L.A.S. V - ....... 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TAU DELTA . THETA PHI . UPSILON . . FARM HOUSE .... GAMMA PI UPSILON . ILLINI ILUS HALL . .. KAPPA DELTA RHO . KAPPA SIGMA . . . KAPPA TAU BETA . . LAMBDA CHI ALPHA mtewzzfy Index - 395 . 418 . 398 . 412 . 426 - 399 . 430 . 413 . 400 - 449 . 385 . 417 - 453 - 445 . 452 . 388 - 394 - 407 . 408 . 401 . 438 - 439 . 391 - 427 . 448 , 451 - 424 - 437 - 444 . 380 - 454 - 393 . 415 . 431 . 45S . 300 . 432 . 382 . 436 . 416 69160 I373I OMEGA BETA PI . ONEOGA ..... PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI PHI ALPHA DELTA DELTA THETA EPSILON PI . GAMMA DELTA KAPPA .... KAPPA PSI . . KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA TAU . MU DELTA . . NU BETA . PI PHI .... SIGMA KAPPA PI KAPPA ALPHA . PI KAPPA PHI . . PSI UPSILON . . . SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA MU . . CHI .... MU SIGMA . . NU ..... PHI EPSILON . . PHI SIGMA . PI .... TAU DELTA PHI . TAU DELTA TAU . TAU EPSILON PHI . . TAU KAPPA EPSILON . THETA THETA THETA THETA THETA THETA THETA ALPHA . . CHI . . . DELTA CHI . KAPPA NU . . KAPPA PHI . . UPSILON OMEGA XI ...... TRIANGLE .... ZETA BETA TAU . ZETA PSI . . . 414 443 390 334 428 386 409 392 333 419 440 450 442 405 421 433 406 337 423 381 456 339 422 425 402 455 429 440 410 434 420 403 457 441 447 435 397 411 404 I I 1. 5, i I V1 I I 114 :V ., 7 I O' , , 1 i,r 1 I I if 'I 2, 3,4 HW Nils 944 95:11 1135! 3443! WW 1514 ,REM arf 1" Ii? Wu 44 ' 'f I ' 395 I ig! A 143314 .144 A Iii-I I 54 f 'fn . 451,13 JH 5 fn ., i 1:1 Q 4 ,-13? 4 191 21,5 4 5 . Q 15- J '1 ' X J ' N .- 1 a ' '-as . EN .- lr' Y- x -. . 5 f. McManus Powell Becbe Enyart Drm son F. J. MCMANUS . . C. R. POWELL . . T. G. BEEBE . . J. C. ENYART . D. O. DAWSON . . Delta Tau Delta H. A. HALL Sigma Chi F. R. TREADWELL Kappa Sigma J. C. ENYART Phi Kappa Sigma J. K. DAVIS Phi Delta Theta F. H. FOX Alpha Tau Omega A. M. SCHULTES Phi Gamma Delta W. R. DEUEL Sigma Alpha Epsilon W. L. EDHOLM Beta Theta Pi C. R. POWELL Sigma Nu P. W. VANCE Phi Kappa Psi W. J. CARR Delta Kappa Epsilon B. QUACKENBUSH Delta Upsilon L. B. GILBERT Inierfmiernity Coimeil lislublislled 1911 Ojicers Members Alpha Sigma Phi D. A. SNYDER Acacia L. H. LYON Sigma Pi H. J. BURT Tau Kappa Epsilon T. G. BEEBE Phi Kappa E. J. BALIQS Theta Chi J. D. MCLAUGHLIN Alpha Chi Rho N. L. RICE Delta Chi V. L. HAHNEMAN Alpha Gamma Rho J. R. BAKER Sigma Phi Epsilon L. E. DIMOND Pi Kappa Alpha D. A. BISSELL Phi Kappa Tau F. S. LEAHY Sigma Phi Sigma W. R. IRWIN Theta Delta Chi Ilus A. BELSHE F. J. MCMANUS Zeta Psi Delta Phi W. A. DREYER J. D. HATCH Phi Sigma Kappa Chi Beta L. A. CARL G. R. SMITH Psi Updlon Theta Xi E. F. WELLS R. N. JONES Alpha' Delta Phi Delta Sigma Phi J. W. BARR W. C. REDDICK Chi Psi Lambda Chi Alpha F. M. TAYLOR K. L. MERTZ Chi Phi Alpha Rho Chi E. B. CONLEY H. S. GARNES iff? 5'T"?f' 'mfr 1353 ' "" 'H 'A Inv' aK..:'n..,k .J ... ...LL ...J .,i.n u.,...,'.L....-at .. f379I . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer Sl'f.l1l'dllf-di-.'I7lll5 Triangle L. D. MANDELL Kappa Delta Rho E. N. LOCKARD Farm House R. N. RASMUSSEN Anubis E. M. STOKKE Pi Kappa Phi H. W. MCCOY Alpha Kappa Lambda H. E. SCHLENZ Tau Delta Tau D. 0. DAWSON Theta Upsilon Omega M. E. POTTER Phi Pi Phi R. S. CANNON Beta Kappa L. M. HAINES Theta Kappa Phi W. C. SHEA Beta Sigma Psi F. R. MEYER Delta Alpha Epsilon J. MARTIN Beta Lambda H. M. MANNING Theta Alpha C. T. LINDNER Phi M u Delta J. F. DUNCAN Alpha Chi Sigma M. GALLAGHER Kappa Tau Beta D. R. JOHNSON Delta Sigma Tau T. H. BAXTER Founded, Bethany College, 1859: Seventy Active Chapters XX KENDRICK C. BABCOCK, Ph. D. MARTIN PRUCHA. Ph. D. GEORGE F. SCHWARTZ, Mus. B. KENNETH S. BEALL HARRY A. HALL EDMUND O'SHEA PAUL DOOLEN JKOI-IN K. HUCKO ICHARD M. RAMEY ZICOHN D. MORSE ITTREDGE BROWN JOHN E. HEVRON HENRY c..LUcAs FRANKLIN LANUM JOHN c.K1Nc tu - Delia Tau Qelm IN- . .ft -' l .l Members in Faculty EDGAR I. TOWNSEND, Ph. D. GUY MORRISON, B. S. FRANK FOOTIT, A. B. OSCAR W. CAGANN, M. S. Members in University SENIORS DAVID T. BERGDAHL CARL R. MILLER JOHN C. GOODALL ROBERT SWAIM RUSSELL DAUGHERITY MERRITT SCHOENFELD J UNIORS RICHARD WOOLBERT DICKSON RECK RUSSELL STEPHENS JAMES A. RATTAN SOPHOMORES HARRY W. MILLER DAVID BARSALOUK DAVID KIDD HORACE BARNHART LYLE SITTERLY FRANK J. STEINBACH FRESHMEN LOREN CLUSTER MAURICE COWING JAMES M. ESKEW GORDON HILDEBRAND ROY C. KENDALL GUY V. KELLER 'Beta Upsilon Chapter, Established 1872: 302 East John Street PHINEAS WINDSOR, Ph. D. CHARLES H. WOOLBERT, Ph. FRANK SMITH, A. M. BERNARD M. DECKER STEPHEN LUSTED ROBERT W. BLACK EDMUND MURRAY BYRON B. PHILLIPS ROYAL A. STIPES RALPH WALTER BRUCE MORSE WAYNE S. FOX PAUL R. BUSH FRANKLIN WARDECKER RALPH WILLIAMS .,, - .. ' I '. ,,,. .- -. . . .,.. ...-....... , ,. , t. La., L. Rattan Hucko Morse Ramey Murray Bush Walter Sitterly Stephens Doolen Reck Phillips Schoenfeld Beall Goodall Swaim Lusted Hall Decker Black C. Miller Bergdahl 0'Shezi Stipes Barnhurt Fox Kidd H. Miller Steinbach J. Morse Hevron Barsaloux Brown Eskew Lanum Keller Hildebrand King Williams Kendall Cowing Lucas lsf-401 I1 If I f . I v Hr Founded, Miami University, 1855 Eighty-three Active Chapters U D. H. CARNAHAN, Ph. D. ROBERT D. THOMPSON THOMAS G. KELLY ELMER E. OLSON CHRISTIAN W. SCHAFER EARNEST M. FULLER ALDEN L. PETERSON WILLIAM B. KENT CHARLES F. DUVALL MASON G. RAPP FORREST H. LINDSAY WILLIAM CAMERON . .f" gf ...., ,f,tTf"""" 1 t . . Kappa Kappa Chapter, S h Established 18811 Z 410 East John Street im . ., 15:2 . 5.371 I :xi 3 WQQ iQ1W Members in Faculty J. B. SHAW, M. S., D. Sc. J. GLADWYN THOMAS, A RUPERT S. CROFT, B. S. Members in University SENIORS FREDERICK R. TREDWELL GERALD W. MORAVA ROBERT H. MELANGTON PHILLIP H. WHITMORE JAMES W. GOODWIN CHARLES E. CLIFTON JUNIORS RANDALL C. KOHLER GEORGE T. MOSES Li-:ROY A. STANGER HAROLD C. GEORGE soPHoMoREs JOHN W. BROWNING A. JAMES CASNER GUY L. HOUSH EDWARD D. BARRETT WALTER F. SHATTUCK STEPHEN B. ADSIT FRESHMEN HERBERT J. BICKEL ROBERT E. DANLY WASHINGTON T. SCHIFFER EDWARD F. THOMPSON GEORGE A. INGRISI-I JOHN G. M. LEISENRING , , ,.. .,., ,H V ..,v,.-..- - sy I. .ig THOMAS A. COLLINS CHARLES W. BRADT SHELDON A. WEAVER MARION R. LEONARD FOSTER W. LAMB WILLIAM C. WILKINSON ROBERT J. HOTCHKISS EDWIN C. FISHER HERBERT F. DEPKE JOHN A. KIEDAISCH IIIOHN H. GILMORE OYAL W. ROBERTS 'ii .xi--f':-'Q 1711 IIfl"""1flI.I.1ll...QQ..Qg-Q'Q, ",.,,.- ' Ig . ' L- 'i'.l.l vC'."', -1...IlfLI.LQl..lIlL.QQL.I.'..A..,. .... 1.'lLf.-Q..Qf.Q.L.. .l.Q..ffL-g.Q.L,.Q...........-....Q.Q...-Q.I..,JM...rf Whitmore Morava Thompson Moses Kelly Wilkinson Mclangton Lamb Leonard Goodwin Olson Clifton Schafer Fuller Collins Weaver Tradewell Kohler Rapp Peterson Kent Duvall Browning Housh Shattuck Casner Barrett Adsit Hotchkiss Bradt Lindsay Cameron Bickel Schiffer Ingrish Danly E. Thompson Leisenring Depke Kiedaisch Gilmore Fisher Roberts l33Il 4 , . .94 I... 0 .. ...- Founded, University of Virginia, 1860: Ninety-six Active Chaptrrs ,i ,I G. A. HUFF. B. S. CARL L. LUNDGREN, B. S. CHARLES E. BRADBURY, B. JOHN G. BAER JAMES C. ENYART ELLIOT L. OLNEY JTOHN F. COX RANK C. MILLER ALBERT R. TI-IURN C. WADE BARRICK NATHANIEL B. CURRAN STEWART S. HOWE LEONARD O. DOBBINS EDWARD L. DIENER DAVID A. FREDRICKSON Y ,,.,,,,L- A T. ... .,... --.Ml Kappa Szlgmrz . tiff"-' 1 Q Members in Faculty STANLEY W. HALL, B. S. C. VINCENT DONOVAN, B. P. P. HERBERT F. MOORE. B. S., M. M. E., D. Sc. Members in University SENIORS FRED W. GARLICK PHILIP F. SCHOCH FRED D. FISHER WALTER J. MAGNER HARRY E. MEHOCK CLARENCE A. MUHL J UNIORS STANLEY NILSON JOHN J. ROWLAND EARL E. SANDERS JOHN B. SEAVEY - I Alpha Gamma Chapter. Established ISQIQ 212 East Daniel Street C. H. FERNALD, B. S., M. B. A. LAWRENCE T. BROWN, A. B. IVAN WRIGHT, D. Sc. ALGER G. ROEWADE A. GERALD ROESKE WALK C.lJONES ROBERT . McKAY VIRGIL A. WIESE SOPHOMORES GEORGE A. HUFF,JR. C. JEROME PILLOW JOHN S. TAYLOR' i MILTON D. KARCIIFR THOMAS F. GILMORE MILTON H. DECRER ROBERT W. KHUNS WILLIAM N. STRICKLER FRESHMEN ROBERT M. GMELICH CLYDE C. MARTIN RALPH C- ROESKE L01-IN H. HEUER GERALD MATHUES CLAUDE E. MARTIN ICHARD A. HYATT HUGH OSBORN . "TTC . 'jr--S-1 :Z , V Y LL.. .... . L ,..TL-..,5s -,..-- ,. .X " .1 X P f w 2 1. 'I .. . . L . i L in li .i .J Y xi F Y Y 7 'kr X PNN? 4A""-f'1""i'1'f-H""' ' 'W' '-"C "7"""""" " " " ' 'ffl' 'gg """" ' - 1, r- A--rf'----Y --.. .H ...... -. ....... ., .... -,,-,,-,,,,,,,H, MMM, HM . I I.. ' ' xi g . f H r .... ..,, Ji! cjkiuinl Dobbins Diener Gmclich C. E. Martin C. C. Martin Curran Rowland jones Bl S . ki D Decker Nilson Gilmore Fredrickson Hyatt Sanders Wic-se Barrick Pilloltir Kgiihefi-r Rocske Muhl Magncr Garlick Thurn Mehock Olney Cox Rocwadc Fisher A. G. Roeske Sclzt as Kuhne Howe Osborn Hcucr Taylor Mmhues Seavey oc l382l 4- I.Hf"' ' --...'.-.--.1-..--.........-...-. Founded, University of Pennsylvania, 1850: Thirty-two Active Clmplers I i ' 2 X' ARTHUR R. CRATHORNE. 1' A. JEROME COPE, JR. FRANK A. MILLER LOREN F. ISOLLINGER ARTHUR F. PRIEBE GEORGE G. HANNAH LAWRENCE H. RYAN ROBERT G. MOELLER CAREY WARD Rhu Clxuptvr. . Thi Kgppa Szggma Members in Faculty h. D. ARTHUR C. WILLARD, B. S. CHRIS S. RHODE, 13. S. Members in University 4 SENIORS J. KEITH DAVIS FRANCIS E. LEIB J UNIORS HAROLD C. SMITH WALTER J. BLEWETT FRED D. TUCKER W. JOE GREEN PERRY W. LIEBER FRED L. FISHER SOPHOMORES CHARLES D. WARD, JR. CHARIQVS R. FREIIEICK TURNER H. TRIBIHLE GlzOrLf,1E MIDDENDORF, JR. FRESHMEN JOHN R. SHIRK l'HII.LIP H. CHESTNUT SAM K. JONES HARRY F. HOWELL HARVEY A. NEVILLE, l'li. ll. FALL N. LAXDIS, l'h. D. ROBERT B, RIORIJAN FRANK J, GADII-INT OTT M. l'UE'l"l' LEW MULHALL JOHN I-lOI.LINGSWOR'l'H CHARLES F. HIGGINHOTHAM COLBY H. KNAPI' FRANK F. KAPPLE, JR. A i C. D. Ward Fisher Jones Higginbotlmm C. Ward Gadicnt Chestnut Kapple Shirl: Howell Knapp Trimble Hollingsworth Mulhnll Hannah Frederick Mueller Blewett Ryan Bollinger Green Middendorf Pric-be Lieber Riordan V Miller Davis Cope Lcib Smith Tucker I383l s 'iw ,f' Founded, Miami P 0 Fling? EIS Cgiapter, U' 't,88: h fl .sta ise 1935 Niri1LlI,5?EI?du3i'Acgve Z 6 309 E. Chalmers Chapters Street . , A . QI, 1 'i Members in Faculty l NEIL C. BROOKS, Ph. D. ARTHUR B. COBLE, Ph. D. WILLIAM A. OLDFATHER, Ph. D. CHARLES E. CHADSEY, Ph. D. JUSTA M. LINDGREN, A. M. GEORGE P. TUTTLE, JR., A. M. HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, A. B. FRANK D. MURPHY, B. S. JOHN C. SHARP, B. M. E. Members in University SENIORS ODIEN K. JOHNSTON ROWLAND R. RATHBUN WILLIAM D. RIMMI-IL WILLARD J. WISE E. HAROLD TAZE FREDERICK H. FOX HUGH A. MCEDWARDS JAMES WRIGHT J UNIORS MATHEW E. GROGAN LYLE J. NASH GEORGE T. REA HERMAN C. TEETOR CHARLES W. MEAD JOHN B. WARD SOPHOMORES ALLAN R. CHAMBERS GEORGE HULL MOSI-IS M. MILLER ROBERT W. SHIRLEY ROBERT A. FOX MORRIS HAMMOND LOMBARD SQUIRES WILLIAM R. WARD EDMUND W. GIFFORD DEAN M. NEWELL ROBERT WAGGONER CHARLES MCKINNEY HAMILTON BROWNE FRESHMEN JOHN L. SCRIPPS RALPH B. WHITEHILL DAN H. I-IALE ROBERT Z. HICKMAN LOHN M. GIFFORD WILLIAM FULTON NORMAN R. IIANSEN EDWARD G. YOUNG OBERT L. SHOEMAKER WILLIAM I, WILLETT JOSEPH W. IN CCOY LEWIS J. SQUIRES DONALD F. WILEY HERBERT W. HURD A. EDWARD GRINTON J. Gifford Whitehill Hickman Grinton McCoy Jansen Hale Hurd Willem Fulton Scripps Groves Grogan Norris Utter Anderson Miller Belshaw Wiley Shoemaker Chambers Newell McKinney Waggener Fox E. Gifford Hull W. Ward Shirley Hammond Squires Browne Mend Nash Rea Wise Wright Mclidwards FOX Kimmel Johnston Taze Rathbun Teetor j, IVard l384J -.b I M I F0fll1dCd, Virrggiia QE T' gar11gfa!Z?agl1:1pter, "ta nst'tutc,1 5: h 0 'sta "ie 1 'g I I Exihhty-t'hree Active P Q 405 Edit Johngb Chapters Street waxy- ' I ,T-. L !i?..,f'f 5 'f s s U It ,L 9 hi' ve 1' ' o H A N 9 1 YP h Members in Faculty THOMAS A. CLARK, B. L. ARTHUR G. ANDERSON, C. E. ARTHUR S. COLBY, Ph. D. B. SMITH HOPKINS, Ph. D. NATHAN A. WESTON, Ph. D. HALE NEWCOMER, B. S. ROGER ADAMS, Ph. D. CHARLES ALLEN, li. S. M embers in University SENIORS JOHN H. SCHUMACHER DAVID W. WINE JOHN W. FLUDE JOHN W. RUETTINGER THEODORE H. DOESCHER JAMES H. TICE JOHN S. GRIER CHARLES O. STANFORD THOMAS A. GILLEN ARNOLD J. DOESCHER WILLIAM K. WHITFIELD HAROLD D. NEILL ARMIN M. SCHULTES JUNIORS WILLIAM S. EVERETT HERBERT D. JOHNSON DOUGLASS C. ARRICK THOMAS C. YARNALL JOHN H. TRUE HUGH V. ALEXANDER THELBERT C. MATLOCK SOPHOMORES WILLIAM H. JONES JOHN D. HOW HAROLD D. ROTH HERBERT L. CRAWFORD FRESHMEN DAVID M. HUDSON GARDNER NORTON WILLIAM A. COOPER ROGER E. HAMMAKER WILLIAM J. LOWITZ FRED S. COOMBS ROBERT W. YATES LLOYD B. ALLNUTT CHARLES K. THEIS CARL A. MILTIMORE CLARK HOAK CHAUNCEY W. MARTYN Coombs A. Doescher Norton Martyn Theis Hudson Hoak Gillen Cooper Stan ford Ham maker Crawford How Grier Roth Alexander Jon es Tice Miltimorc Lowitz T Doescher Everett True Yarnall Yates Schultes Allnutt Schu macherr Flude Arrick Johnson Ruettinger i3351 , l W . Founded, Rgrslmtiiimgtoii - 3 ! Chi Icirahqiagler, 1 I ' ZSIZI I I5 PK I 0:11.56 1 gamma e M E... ...M Sixty-six Active - Street Chapters , If I I I flwfnl Members in Faculty DAYID KINLICY, Ph. D., LL. D. JAMES M. IVHITE, B. S. GICORGIC A. GOODICNOUGH. BI. Ii. AR'I'I'IL'R H. DANIELS, Ph. D. FRIED B. SEICLY, M. S. S'I'lCl'Hl'IN A. FORBES, Ph. D.. LL. D. Members in University SENIORS CORLISS D. ANDERSON CHARLES A. BROWN RICHARD R. WAGNIER WALLACE R. DIEUICL JAY L. BICRNER MILTON C. HAAS R. CAPRON HUNTER RUSSELL F. GROFFMAN JAXIICS T. RANKIN FREDERICK Y. YICNNUBI JUNIORS JOSEPH L. SFGER FRICD R. SNELL HAROLD A. SI-IARTS FRANCIS A. RICSCH WILLIS J. TICWKSBURY SOPHOMORES LAURENCE I'YLM GILBERT H. TURNI-IR GERALD A. SAMS KIENNETH C. GIERARD HAROLD R. VHITIQ GFRRY R.HIISS HUGH K. HALE ROBERT R. GUIENTHER ROBERT Ii. BALDWIN RICHARD M. KICCK GAIL R. FISHER FRESHMEN ALEXANDER H. HUNZIKER GEORGE C. HAYWARD F. JOSEPH FRAKER JOHN Il. CRANDALL DONALD E. THOMPSON JAMES H. MCCUNE VANCE S. CUBIMINS J. DAYTON WARD HORACE CARPENTER DALIC A. BROWN Hess Plym Gerard W hite Baldwin Turner Guenther Keck Sams Fisher Hale Wilson Deem Seger Resch Snell Riddle Tewlzsbury Sharts Magirl Wagner Berncr Groffniann Zimmer Haas Deuel Hunter Vennum Brown Rankin Fraker Crandall Ward McCune Brown ThomDSOn Carpenter Hayward Cummins Hunziker l336l I I I I E Founded, University of Alabama, 18563 Ninety-five Active Chapters OSCAR A. LEUTWILER, B. S., 'X E. SHERMAN PRATT, A. B. FRED H. TURNER, A. B. WILBUR L. EDI-IOLM LANGFORD T. BOURLAND CHARLES A. LETHEN CHARLES E. BLISS JAMES DAY JAMES D. FLYNN JOSEPH B. CAMPBELL JOSEPH F. JACKSON WILLIAM Y. MCIIURNEY HIRAM C. ADAMS R. BENNETT BEISTLE EUGENE L. BREWER ELMER L. DAVIS . I. Ia. . - Ifelabglilzugerg l Szgrrm vfplm Ejvszlorz 5:a.i.::.'a..:..:f' IIFCC I . me ' IIA. . U Members in WILLIAM C. ROSE, B. S., HOWARD L. KINGSLEY, KEITH G. REEVES, A. E. Members in University SENIORS MARION F. COOLEY GUINETTE P. JOHNSON SHERIDAN W. JOHNS STEWART E. WHITE JUNIORS JAMES W. GILLEN ROBERT F. LOTZ GORDON S. HEYLIN GALE C. MARGUESS MARION L. CRAVEN RUSSELL N. MCCONNELL, JR. O. OSBORNE HENRY, JR. PAUL A. MARSHALL SOPHOMORES WILLIAM B. MIDDLESWORTH ARTHUR G. OSGOOD WILLIAM R. NORTHLICK KARL K. HOAGLAND FRESHMEN ROBERT W. FLOCK GUSTAV C. KOEPKE G. ROBERT FOSTER ARTHUR E. MCCONNELL WILLIAM F. HORNER M. WILSON MCFARLIN HOWARD W. JACKSON A, DISSEL MERTENS Ph. D. HEMPHILL M. HOSSFORD, A. M. A. B., A. M., I'h, D. JAMES H. HANCE, B. S., Ph. D. EDWIN D. MOUZON, A. B. RUDOLPH H. KAGEY RAYMOND E. WEAVER J. CRAIG PARRISH MAX G. HOAGLAND MERWIN A. MITTERWA RALPH D. EYER ALDEN E. FORK WILLIAM V. KAESER HAROLD O. ANDERSON HARRY N. NELSON R. HUGH SMITH HENRY M. WARD , ROBERT M. YODER LESTER L. LEUTWILER LLN ER Craven Bliss Davis Yoder Mertens Flock Ward Adams Eyer Fork Nelson Koepke Beistle McFarlin Foster A. McConnell H. Jackson Weaver Smith Osgood Campbell Gillen Bou rland Kagey J. Jackson Middlesworth Marshall Marquess Kaeser Leutwiler Day Johns Parrish Lethen Northlick Heylin Edholm White Johnson Lotz McBurney Horner R. McConnell I 3 8 7 J Founded, Miami University, 1839, Eighty-four Active Chapters A if J , FRANKLIN P. JOHNSON, B. s. GEORGE w. HUNTER, III, M. A. RUssEL H. MILES, A. B. CLARENCE J. ROSEBERRY, LL. E. CULLEN w. PARMELEE, H. s. I RICHARD W. ROBERTS WILLIAM J. ROTHFUSS RICHARD P. SUNDERLAND DORAN T. RUE JOHN H. IVES WALTER J. PACE WILLIAM V. REED HOWARD S. PONZER HERMAN H. YOUNG N-.,A,.f .ff . I nhl l i .4 Bela Them Ti K , ,....,, Members in Faculty LEVERE'I"I' A. ADAMS, Ph. D. ROBERT GRAHAM, B. S., D. V. M. THOMAS E. SAVAGE, Ph. D. WILLIAM S. BAYLEY, Ph. D. ALVIN L. LANG, B. S. Members in University Sigma Rho Chapter, Established IQOZQ 202 East Daniel Street MARION B. HARLAND, B. S. CORDON C. LIPE. B. S. LOUIS MCKELVEY, A. B. OTTO OLSEN, A. B. CARL VOYLES, B. S. sEN1oRs VALENTINE JOBST, III CHESTER R. POWELL NEIL C. CONKLIN ALBERT D. RICH JUNIORS JXOHN F. SITTIG WADE C. HARRISON PHILIP W. SAYLES 'ENNETH D. LIPE JOHN T. CASEY FRANK A. WELD J. WELSH HOOVER ALVIN E. ROSE SOPHOMORES HAROLD E. TEGGE JAMES R, STEWART JAMES H. REED EDWARD L. HANSON BRUCE J. CONIBEAR FRESHMEN HARRY C. PETERSON ULYSSES S. PIERSON LIONEL C. ANDERSON WILLIAM D. FORSYTH JONATHAN H. GLIDDEN ERNEST F. DORN CALVIN D. BECK . . . ..., ....... Ifffffmf'.'Tdff"iffff1'ff,'ff7'ITfT''HL "3 1 I .LM-f'fQ1...11.l.l.l. D 'Q fl::l..lf . Y -...Q...Q-.. -.L...IffL. mf' 1 1.12 ,.."11fQl..3 " ' "' 5.l1Qlf-L...Ifllll1II.2L""" I 'Qu'-"lf'f1A" "'k" "ff.IQ..Zl'f 14 " 'il T ' T' Forsyth Ponzer Anderson Peterson Beck Young Sayles Pierson Glidden W. Reed Dorn Rose Weld Ives Conibear Stewart Hanson Tegge Pace H, Reed Sunderland Sittig Casey Lipe Harrison Roberts Powell Jobst Conklin Rich Hoover Rue Rothfuss H331 A l l I i 'I - I rl il 1 I i . I I r I I l 1 5 Z Founded, Virginia Military Institute, 1869: Ninety Active Chapters Sigma zz flri I. N"'4!,:- f' 4 Members in Faculty LEMUEL C. DILLENBACK, A. M., A. I. A. JOHN O. KRAEHENBUEHL. M. S. HARRY HELSON. Ph. D. W. D. SORGATZ, B. S. CAPTAIN PIERRE MALLET, A. B. E. JOHN MILLIZEN, A. B. Members in University sEN1oRs A. CHARLES THOMPSON PHILLII' W. VANCE JOHN A. ASHLEY RICHARD A. SEEPE RAMON F. MAGUIRE JOHN S. PATPERSON JUNIORS JULIAN W. STEINMETZ RAYMOND C. GUY NEWCOMB W. DIEHL TOM. W. SANDERSON KENT L. STUART DONALD S. KING SOPHOMORES OMAR L. ALLMAN ROBERT J. NOWLAN CHARLES R. ROTHE ELDER W. BATES CHARLES E. SHULTS GEORGE H. KENYON ROBERT D. MURRAY ALBERT C. HASSE WALTER B. SANDERS PAUL E. SEEPE FRESHMEN HOWARD W. VANCE IRWIN L. MITCHELL DAVID V. JIOHNSON WILLIAM B. PIERCE GREIG O. YARGER LEWIS VE CH LEROY A. GARRETT EARL Z. MCCRACKEN JIOHN A. AGUR SPENCER T. NESBITT WILFRED D. SHERK . LAMBERT LOGAN "'--Xvp. -L1------f--V---W '-"--- -'-A---AAA-Q-A --- - A H . ,V I I ,jf 1-. V V :u.4x, ,XM ' 1 Gamma Mu Chapter, Established I902Q 303 East John Street GEORGE W. PICKELS, B. C. E., C. TERENCE T. QUIRKE, Ph. D. FREDERIC A. RUSSELL, Ph. D. RODNEV E. SPANGLER, B. S. ROBERT L. MARSH FREDERICK J. DORNIAN EDWARD 0'SHAUGHNESSEY RALPH c. RENO SLJEBLQEIBIIRESEJ WILTON ALLISON ROBERT E. MURPHY R. THORNTON ELLIS PAXTON C. JUDGE l l W..-i..,...,g,gL.4:gg.:L1.L:g:2-53 ..'.' i.'.-.,-..--- ..,.. --..,,..--..-,...- ,,.. ,..,,-..-,.-g.--., L img.- ,,,.,, g,g,,.,.,,, ,.,,, Q, H I D. Johnson Veech Mitchell Garrett Agur Thompson Yarger Nesbitt Ellis Allison Murray Allman Sanders Sherk Pierce H. Vance Logan Rothe Reno Bates Jones P. Seepc Shults Nowlan Hasse McCracken Kenyon F. Johnson Steinmetz O'Sl1aughnessey Helvenston Sanderson Dorman Guy King Murphy Diehl R. Seepe .Marsh P. Vance Maguire Patterson Ashley i389I A A i l 1- 5 Z I va.:-1. mg.vwv. - A-. J . X F dd,R :cu-H QA h if AI' d Cl I, mm C ofligw, 53535 Z ID Ll 6' fd Irzsiiiiisiid ISSJ? Fifty Active Clmptors 2 II East Green Street ' Q Dy? r..' X no rv., Q fv Q U I 'Q A d 3' F' ,LA fl Members in Faculty ALISI-IRT J. HARNO, B.S.,LL. B. EssEL R. DILLAVOU, A. B., J. D. HENRY w. BLAKE, A. E. IVILLIAAI I-3. BRITTON, A. MAJ. D. LAURENCE P. SIMPSON, A. E.,J. D. RUSSELL H. EWING, A. E., LL. Is., A. AI. GEoRc:I-: II. WEISIGER, E. S., LL. Is., J. IJ. CHARLES H. HOWARD, A. B.,J. D. Members in University SENIORS IRWIN C. 'rAx'LoR C. TERRY LINDNI-:R WILLIAM c. INGRAM BYRON 0. HOUSE JUNIORS WILLIAM S. BODMAN HERBERT B. LIVESEY NORMAN R. MILLER RALPH M. MONK DENEEN A. WATSON RICHARD M. OLSON HOWARD H. MONK T. ALBERT DEMPSEY A. FRANCIS NEWKIRK GEORGE H. KAPPUS CHARLES M. HICKMAN FLOYD M. KENLAY HORACE V. CONDIT T. VIRGIL MCDAVITT VICTOR C. MILLER RUSSELL R. RENO GEORGE H. WILEY SHERWOOD L. COSTIGAN MARVIN E. HAMILTON WENDELL P. GILBERT LYLE W. MENZIMER FRESHMEN CHARLES S. BUCK KENNETH L. MERLEY ROBERT FRIEDLANDER FREDERICK J. MCMANIIS MARTEL E. THOMPSON PAUL A. BALBACK R. .,,N. ALBERT E. PETERSON SAMUEL O. SMITH RILEY MCCLAIN HAROLD B. KELLY ALBERT E. HACKBARTH MERRILL H. JOHNSTON -K" i"'A'f"f' 'A' "'fA'f'f A' 'f "f"A"'f""' "T ' . 1 ,. ,.,., , . ,..v,.. -ft .. FRANCIS G. REARICK DELBERT S. SUTTON J. ALBERT WOLL WILBUR A. MITCHELL JOHN A. SPEER OUIS L. IRWIN GEORGE B. LEE WARREN T. HACKETT LAWRENCE E. SULLIVAN JAMES W. INGLES . , H-, 'f . , H ,, , .,.. ,., ,..'. ,,. ....,. -... .... .. . .... ... .. ........ , .. .. N. . .. . W... .. A " I .. ..,, . ... W, ,,,, uw W 4, mmjm J,,-WMHMNWW4,,,,,.H,,Q.,VWu,g,.Mij---... Lee H. Monk Dempsey Hickman McClain Merley Newkirk ngles. Smith Friedlander Buck Kelly Sullivan Rcarick Johnston Irwin Thompson Balback Speer Kappus Peterson McDzIvitt Kenlay Watson Gilbert Livesey Hamilton Costigzm Sutton Wiley Mitchell RENO B0dll'lEII1 Ingram House Taylor Lindner Condit N. Miller lsool Founded, Yale University, 1844: . Forty-five Active 1 l l l 1 l l 5 Defra Iiezppcz 63055011 Delta Pi Chapter, Established 1904: 902 South Second Clmpters Street I - ' 2 .2 f 1 fv . If ' -if 21" .in Members in Faculty MAURICIE H. ROBINSON, Ph. D. MORGAN BROOKS, M. E. LAURIENCE E. KLINE, Ii. S. Members in University SENIORS BRADFORD H. QUACKENBUSH ELWIN F. KLINIC WARREN C. OLSON FRANCIS A. ICMIIRICY JUNIORS CHARLES G. STEVENS, JR. TIMOTHY C. SCOFIELD RILEY M. BATES I-:ARL R. NELSON WILLIAM M. SCHERMES DONALD F. BROOKE DON E. STOOKEY MAX w. VI-:ST SOPHOMORES HOWARD E. KEITH IAMES S. SCONCE WILLIAM J. GIBBS l"HILlI' J CORR MERVIN .WARREN ROBERT R. REITSCH LUCIUS A. THOMAS ' -:s J I ICIMLING JOHN IWICCONNELLL liVERliT'I' OLSON GEORGE S. MIX kl TON 3 FRESHMEN HERBERT M. TARBLE MARVIN . RODEMEIR AMES ROYER RD BIYIQRS ROBERT KELLOGG GERALI2 lv. FEARER IEDWARD FIELD lRlgHARlJ I-I. CLINTON JAMES E. CONAGHAN ROBERT CADWELL HOXVARD A.Xv1LSON "TXXv,.f-1--.A ,gfg-7'-iTf'i"f---TTfiuif"""""7.T':'fT"'f'QQ'f'N1" jflz'-j ' """ ff -- '- - - -' -' -'tt 1 '-. . ' xv Mia..-' -.....-.....- .-N.-. . -... I l N fi "" " ' """" """' Ql.Q-......Q....... W..- ..-... Q.-- ...fQ-f..L..--.LlQ.lf ...... 3 'ill .ff .WL , ,,.., ,I.fl.-... .". .... .-, A . ..,, ..,. .. ,...,. .........-.......,..-,... ...... . .- 5!00k9y Reitsch Brooke Nelson Schcrmes Clinton Conaghan Corr Swfield Vest Kline Quackenbush Olson Embrey Gibbs Stevens Thomas SCUHCE MCCODYICU Warren Deimling E. Olson Keith Mix Bates Field Cadwell R0Y9l' Rodemcir Kellogg Fearer Myers Tarble Wilson l39IJ Founded, Washington and Jefferson, 18521 Forty-eight Active DUANE C. SPEERS STEWART N. LANGLANDS CHARLES H. BENNETT FRANK G. BURNS I. EDWARD SHAW REA F. JONES HAROLD A. BOLING WILLIAM T. MCNEILL C. Evlznlzrr WELLS Thr' Kappa Ts! .xl : l i 3 Illinois Delta Chapter, Established I9041 91x South Fourth Chapters Street I 149 ff K 4 P51272 l .. QQ' ' , ff ' . N. A Members in Faculty MADISON BENTLEY, Ph. D. A. AUSTIN HARDING, B. S. ARTHUR HAMILTON, Ph. D. GUY L. DIFFENBAUGH, A. M. FRANCIS S. RONALDS, A. B. GERALD E. BENTLEY, A. B. WILLIAM BAXTER, A. B. T. ROSSMAN PALFREY, A. B. Members in University SENIORS WARREN 1. CARR GEORGE B. MCELDOWNEY WILLIAM C. KENNEDY JUNIORS VERNON G. LARSEN R. HALL ADAMS SOPHOMORES JOHN B. BAYARD CHARLES M. HALL T. FRANK O'CONNELL EUGENE L. DE STAEBLER R. BERNARD HUIZENGA ROBERT C. HANSEN LEYDEN L. SCOTT RANDALL J. ROBINSON FRESHMEN JOHN L. FIX FRED F. ONGLEY CHARLES H. GREENLEE RICHARD V. PORTERFIELD RICHARD LEHMAN J. ALBERT WELLS LAWRENCE E. GUTHRIE HAROLD F. SMITH GARRETT V. HUTCHINSON HOWARD B. EDWARDS MARSHALL R. SPIES i"f""'i""4--"'7"" "7'fT"i5!QQ me V, T"lfT'TTTT.'T'T','fi ' Afi?'i1i,T:iTiii".'f-iii' t 'f-.. f- ' 'jf' N ,- . . ,, .., .. .... W .. . .. . . 'lf' '7 .,--..,-,,, ..,, ,, ,,,, LA ,,,,v,,,,, WA-.. , , , , ,s ., .A - ,M W., ,,... .,..--..-,- .......... .. ., . , .,., ,....-,..,.,.......-.,, ....-.. . . A ' -' '.. . ...Amir , -,.,,.,,,-,m,,,,-,,, it--Y YZ A., nn- -wg"-Q Clark Larsen Langlands Adams Hansen Huizenga Shaw Burns DeStaebler O'Connell McEldowney Kennedy Speers Carr Bennett Scott Hall Bayard Robinson Spies Fix McNeill Edwards E. Wells A. Wells Boling Guthrie Jones Smith Porterfleld Ongley l:392l F d-a, w-112 , Q ! I 7 ur '-cl' L--. Ourerillc-pge.xrtg'fglllg 6 lid pf! 072 1-1tl'lli'GH1J5"i5551 Fifty Active Chapter- 404 South Matllews St I , fl W 1 Members in Faculty wrttmn 'rRi:r,1-:Asnn.sc.,1.1.. D. AJ. HOSKINS. M. s. mum-:s'1' n1sRNHAUxi,1-11.11. nimmzn c.H.u'1-zs, im. D. mvm L. mm, M.s. mzecr: xvr nnNian1c'r, Hs, KARL n.1.oHmN,u.s.x1, Members in University SENIORS MILAN FELL LEONARD GILBERT RAYMOND HARRINGTON JAMES CAPEL CHESTER SCHUETZ EDMUND ARMSTRONG HENRY ROBERTS BERNARD SCI-IWERT DON GAMBLE GEORGE WHYTE JAMES O'KEEFE HENRY WILSON JOHN SENN CLIFORD woon MARTIN sum JOHN BEALS HODGE HANSON EDWARD MUHS JUNIORS SOPHOMOR EDWARD PARSONS ROBERT B. HOFF EARL BRITTON CLYDE COFFEL JAMES PRICER ES WAYNE REEDER HARLEY WOOD STEWART LE GAULT F RESHMEN GORDON DENBY CHARLES BROWN HENRY ARMINGTON KENNETH DOWSE WILLIAM COUGHLIN DONALD MCCALLISTER HAROLD SULLIVAN LOUIS MUEGGE STOUGHTON REEDER HARRY FRAZER Ross RICHARDS JOHN w1LTs1c Harrington H. Wood Beals Richards Senn S. Reeder Roberts Denby Wiltse Gamble Hanson Dowse Frazer Brown Whyte Armington Seed LeGault Schwert Cubel W. Reeder Cofftl Armstrong Colnlhlln O'Kc'efe Wilson McCullister Fell Britton Scbuetz Gilbert C. Wood Parsons lsosl F dd,U' 't E. 3 o S thS'th 0u.':ff.....a'vf5z:.f C 1 em on 'X One Active Chapter M embers in Faculty J. WILBUR HANSEN, B. S. J. LEO KLEIN, B. S. FRANK E. ROKUSEK, B. S. M embers in University SENIORS GEORGE R. SMITH JAMES S. MCANULTY LLOYD E. JOHNSON THOMAS C. STRESSER RICHARD P. ROVELSTAD RAYMOND E. WILLIAMSON WILLARD C. RUNKLE CLYDE O. LYDDON J UNIORS ANDREW L. SMITH LYLE G. KINGSLAND WENDELL S. WILSON ALBAN XV. LINDROTH EDMUND S. MITTLER CLARENCE R. BOYNTON JOHN A. SHAW ALFRED M. REED BENTON A. WARDER SOPHOMORES EARLJ. SWANSON OTIS L. BUSWELL CLARENCE W. DEXTER NORMAN R. MILLER ARTH R L. JOHNSON FREDERICK C. HARTMANN FRANCIS R. KEY JOHN D. ANDERSON FRESHMEN HARRY D. SIMMONS HERBERT E.gOHNSON WALTON D. MITTLER HERBERT R. HILL PAUL N. WILSON WILLIAM Y. ARBER WILLIAM T. THORNBORROW ELBRT F. SWEARINGEN KENNETH W. STOTLER Lg.,L'..-11,22-T'.s:' .W knew ' -..-:va - f - .i...v an l" "" Johnson Thornborrow Simmons P. Wilson Hill H. Johnson W. Mittlcr Stotler Dexter Swanson Anderson Barber Swearingen Miller Shaw W. Wilson E. Mittlcr Hartmann Recd Buswell Key Williamson L. Johnson Boynton Stress:-r L. Smith Runklv Kingsland Lindroth G. Smith McAnulty Warder Rovelstad l394l WILLIAM L. BURLISON, Ph. D. RAY I. SHAWL, M. S. Fogmdeclh University QA 0 Illingils EIEIIJIEFE M' 'r- , 904: as a is 0 190 5 oThi:-?yi:'d-2 Active go: East Daniel Chapters trcct. ALTO W BROWN FRICK LRICRSON LUTHER D I'E PTEROLF ALPH D CUTHBERT MERLDITH C DACK ROBFRI H RIKENDALL CLXDI O COVATSER CHARLES F. HOTTES, Ph. D. HARRY G. PAUL. Ph. D. PEMBROKE H. BROWN, P JOHN K. TUTHILL, B. S. Members in Faculty CHARLES F. GREEN, Ph. D. ALONZO P. KRATZ, A. M. CRANDALL Z. ROSECRANS , M. S. FRANCIS M. PORTER, M. S. IRVING L. PETERSON, B. S. Members in University IL M. SNODGRASS, B. S. ALPH K. HURSH, I'I. S. CARLOS T. WAGNER, B. S. LEWIS W. WILLIAMS, A. M. SENIORS WALTER R. STAFFORD ROYAL H. KUEHNEL LEWIS W. WEBBER BLYTHE R. JONES LUTHER H. LYON WILLIAM C. WILSON CLIFFORD A. KAISER HOBART S. PETERSON JUNIORS CARL J. HENNING BYRON H. MELVIN ROBERT T. REICHEL ALBERT E. HUMPHREYS EUGENE B. MILLNER GRAEME B. SUPPLE GEORGE C. KAISER HAROLD K. PRITCHARD SOPHOMORES ARTHUR M. KING DAVID G. MOYER PAUL W. WRIGHT FRESHMEN SIDNEY M. EKBLAW RUSSELL T. GREGG HAROLD C. HODAM GLENN R. LYON Peterson Brown Wilson Erickson L. Lynn Jones C. Kaiser Fc-tterolf Stafford Webber Reichel Moyer Cox Kuelmel Melvin Dack G. Kaiser Pritchard Henning Conutser Cuthbert King Grvllg Millnfgr Supple Ekblaw Wright Humphreys Kikendull G Lyon lsosl H1172 -f 'gf ,S+ iff un 'lil-ILL """" A- I lf' LLLL M. -J.. J.L-1.5 1' , .1 - . . 2 "Q fr . P .51 . . 1 '5?i.42? 1. . - ' N . -1 .g. 1' . ' P I . - . . 1. Ma-ff."4'f,L' .X " I ,J '-'54 1,-"V: . ,.,,,:gj.. . ,wiv 1 -W., I dl' J, 1 F K ".' 1. ' -' t 'll ' -if ,..-. , ' A. ,A .lJ.6..Q4 Aja..- 4. .Miz ...u , f.. 3. -. I ,... 13153-VV 'Q . rr, .1-1 - 1 ' r g '. J . it -- , IJ .-.--a . ' rw- A1 . -, .- ,. l 4 .f-7.+f"f5-' s-, '.' . ' A' 'rfiegw wir' ' .z . - -' 5 f..:i.p 'sr 1' i- . Fifa? . Win . gff..f....:1i -V . -' ., ... -' 't'l'4-"Qi" 'S lil!-53' "1:f'Vil , I L. 1 V -f'fS1.'. W 424' A 21242 3 ' - .Luigi "1 f' 'L i 'Y' Founded. Univvrsily IIIS South Euclid of Illinois, 1907: St --t Om- Active Chapter W ARNOLD H. HEINEMAN EDWARD G. BORLING RAYMOND BLISS ROBERT K. HEINEMAN MILTON E. CARLSON GLENN T. FLEMING KENNETH R. SWIFT ROBERT F. MORRISON '45 Glu- who Members in University SENIORS l"RliD J. Mt'MANIiS JAMES M. STREET I JUNIORS ALLAN H. KEITH BRUCE E. DARRELL SOPHOMORES JAMES L. MCMANUS GEORGE H. BAUGHMAN RICHARD H. SANDERS CHARLESJ. FARWELL FREDERICK K. GARTUNG DONALD .ANDREWS FRESHMEN RICHARD P. SHANKS CLARENCE M. BURNAM L. LE ROY SWAN A RTHUR E. DILLNER WALTER E. HOLMES HOWARD A. WESTPHAL JOHN R. BORLING HAROLD W. DAUBER CLA R ENCE F. OLSON JOHN C. NEWTON JAMES G. MILLER CLARENCE A. WILLARD RONALD O. EKHOLM WILLIAM H. HOUGHAM JOHN H. OEHLSCHLAEGI- R MASON B. ALDRICH Newton Cnrlsun J, Hurling Strt-ct. F. McManus Dziubur R. Hvincman A. Heinvmnn E. Borling Darrell Sanders Miller Fleming Willard Farwell Gartunp: Bulltlhhtun J. McManus Bliss Holmes Andrews O1-hlschlacgcr Swift Morrison I-Ikhnlm Dillncr Hlll'mlI11 Swan Aldrich Hnugham Westphal Shanks M961 Ifnundvcl. l'nivvrsily of Illinois, 1907: lil:-x'r-11 Activi- Chapters EDWARD E. BAUER. Ii.S.i i ELDRED E. CRESS, LOUIS D. MANDELL, JR. ALFRED 'I'. GILMAN MILTON E. JOHNSON JAMES C. SPRINGER IOHN F. MCKEI-I ROBERT W. HONENS JAMFS P. DEAN ARTHUR R. DONOHUI-I Trzkmgle Members in Faculty A RANDOLPH I'. HOELSCHER, B. S. B. S., L. I'.. ARTHUR N. TALIIOT, C. E., D. Sc., D. Enp.:. Members in University sEN1oRs LAWRENCE COUGHLIN WILLIAM J. MACKAY JUNIORS HAROLD G. MOORE RENO A. NILES CHARLES K. MOORE GEORGE A. KARLSON SOPHOMORES HARLOW O. PANHORST DON D. SWENEY A, THEODORE HERSEY GORDON A. IIEACOCK DOUGLAS WILSON HENRY Ii. EWERT FRESHMEN THOMAS Ii. RIVNICIL l'AI'I. L. KI. SHAFER Illinois Cl1zlpl1'r, listziblislwrl 19011 1 I2 East Daniel ARTI-IIIR C. WILLARD. Ii. S. EDWARD F. WILSICY, M. S. MELYIN L. ENGER, BI. S., C. l-1. JACK I-I, HAZELII liRS'l' l-1I.l.IS H, CROISANT EDWARD B. LAKE CHARLES J. MURPHY JAMES L. HARRISON FRED BROUGHTON PAUL F. COCKRELL Mandi-ll Gilman Hazclhurst Johnson Coughlin Mackay Crnisant Ewcrt Wilson Niles C. Moore H. Moore Springer Lake Peacock Swoncy Horsey McKcc Hour-ns Pzmlmrst McNeil Donohue Murphy , Todd Dc-an Shafer Harrison Cockrcll Broughton H971 ll Fcsuxrodcd, Ulnivcrsily QE . - o sconsin, I9oz: f Thirly-eight Activc Q Chapters W. A. NOYES, PlI. D., LL. D ROGER ADAMS. Ph. D. Is. s. HOPKINS, Ph. D. s, W. PARR, Ph. D. W. c. ROSE, Ph. D. P. M. BALDWIN H. BLAIR F. C. COULSON MARION G. CREATH HORACE A. DEANE KENNETH R. FITCH EDWARD F. CREEVY CHARLES T. DODGE DONALD W. HANSON ANDREW G. FORREST JAMES M. LOCKARD E. OTTO EDELMAN Members in Faculty G. D. BEAL, Ph. D. L. F. YNTEMA, Ph. D. M. J. BRADLEY, Ph. D. S. A. BRALEY, Ph. D. D. T. ENGLIS, Ph. D. R. E. GREl'INFIEI.D, Ph. C. S. MARVEL, Ph. D. H. A. NEVILLE. Ph. D. J. H. REEDY, Ph. D. W. H. RHODEIBUSH, Ph. Members in University GRADUATES G. J. cox J. F. HYDE H. DIQLL If. v. JOHNSON 'r. DI-1 VRIES R. R. MACORI-:GOR SENIORS MILTON OALLAOHLR EDMUND L. IIIQARSON MURRAY D. HIQLFRICR ALBERT D. RICH . RUSSELL Is. MCMURRAY ALFRED w.sIRIas JUNIORS OTTO C. HELLER HERBERT H. PRIMA! RICHARD G. MILLS RICHARD D. RUDD WILLIAM N. NOBLE PAUL If. SCHLINGMAN SOPHOMORES MILTON A. RIQINHART s. FRANKLIN SWAIN sI'LvI:sTIcR T. SCHICKTANZ HELMET R. WEBER FRESHMEN FRANK J. IPARA JOHN L. JOURNAY ..f" D. D. Zeta Chapter, Established I9o8: 907 South Sixth Street G. F. SMITH, Ph. D. F. W. TANNER, Ph. D. H. S. GRINDLEY, D. Sc. T. E. PHIPPS, Ph. D. J. R. JOHNSON, Ph. D. C. NOLAR S. T. STRICKHOUSER HIRAM F. SNIDER PHILIP M. TORRANCE JAMES R. WALL GORDON G. WARREN CHARLES L. SCHMIDT MELVILLE C. VAUGHAN I. EMERSON WOLFE GEORGE W. WILLS FRED Il. WELLS WALDO HIGGINS Schlingman Wolfe Snider McMurray Schmidt johnson Dodge Wall Hide Rudd Deane Schicktanz Fitch Vaughan Warren Helfrick Sikes Rcinhart Heller Creath Pearson Gallagher Wills Primm Swain Lockard Blair C reevy Hanson Wells Edelman Fam Journay Weber Forrest l398J Founded. University of Illinois, 1gQ6C Twenty-nine Active eff 401m gamma H50 Alpha Chatrter, Estnblishe 1906: 306 East Green Street Chapters ,f .1 I 7 , . I 'sir A :A X. 15:73 W 4-5 ' rl Nfl if 'fue ' Members in Faculty SLEETER BULL, M. S. HENRY P. RUSK, M. S. G. I. WALLACE, B. S., M. S. FRED H. RANKIN, B. S. J. C. HACKLEMAN, A. M. C. A. GARNER, B. S. WILLIAM H. YOUNG, B. S. JOHN VANDERVOORT, JR., Ii. S. J. H. LONGWELL. B. S. F. J' KEILHOLZ, B, S, HORACE B. INGALLS, B. S. Members in University SENIORS OSEPH L. BAKER WENDELL W. KEMP HUBERT J. SLOAN GLEN R, BROWNBACK R. BRUCE COWAN GEORGE W. STILL RALPH P. DOBSON NORMAN Q-iMCCOY WILLIAM .DOWELL JUNIORS LYLE G. STITT LAMES U. WISBY ,lAMES H. WILLIAMS GERALD N. NORTH WALTER G. PARKER URTON F. WHITMORE SFAURT E. HASELTINE JOHN T. MAXWELL JAMES M. BYRNS J. LAWRENCE FAY SOPHOMORES HARMON MCGRATH LLOYD KIMMEL I-I. LLOYD RICH FRESHMEN CHARLES H. STOXBERG LAWRENCE LOWE D. C. TEACH P. L. LANEGRON FORREST P. ERICKSON DAVID MALLORY Williams Vanderwal Todd Mallory Parker Fay North Kimmel Stonberg McGrath Whitmore Cowan Wisby Byrns Hascltine Brownback Maxwell Stitt Erickson Sloan Dobson McCoy Dowell Kemp Stookey Baker Still l399l Founded, Yule University, 1845: 'I'w4-nty-eight Active' ufhfza Szggrrm 7912! I-Ita Chapter, Established 1903: 313 East John Chuptcrs Strvvt I ' I ,Ir TEH Members in Faculty J. D. FITZ-GERALD, Ph. D., Litt. D. F. B. STIYEN, B. Mus., A. A. G. O. l". P. SHEPPARD, Ph. D. EDWARD C. BALDWIN. Ph. D. T. H. FRISON, Ph. D. P. J. STEWART. B. S. EVERETT E. KING, A. B.. M. C. E. ARTHUR C. BEVAN, Ph. D. R. E. GLOS, B. S. M embers in University SENIORS MARSHALL M. COOLEDGE OLIVER F. BURNET1' OREN G. BISHOP JOSEPH W. GREENE WILLIAM S. SHERMAN MILTON T. SWENSON LELAND C. BURCHELL EDMUND LPDLOW DONALD A. SNYDER BRYAN C. DOOLEN JUNIORS JAMES R. REA MILTON R. BAILEY RICHARD E. MARSHALL ROLAND V. MANNINC ROBERT L. SHOECRAFT LESTER G. BROOKMAN ARTHUR A. PRICE MARTIN UNGER IIUFORD H. GILL JOHN A. STUHMER SOPHOMORES RALPH H. LANDON ROBERT F. BALDWIN CHARLES A. PERKINS ALVA M. SHROUT VAN L ENNEP DYSON WALTER D. KNO li I-ILOCK FRESHMEN HRICE H. TEDROW PAUL A. KIRCHHOFF ROBERT E. LA RUE LOU J. SOLDNER WILLIAM 'I'. BRYDC-.ES CHARLES L. KOTOVIC CLYDE Q. MORGAN JOHN L. MOHUN FREDICRIC K. SHATTUC ROY W. MAYBERRY S'l'UAR'I' D. PARK JAMES L. noxn Josisl-H w. HILL Shattuc Shrout Baldwin Dyson Cooledge Suldner Hill Lu Rum' Marshall Landon Swenson Manning lirookmun Knoln-lock Shoecruft Ludlow Sherman Unger Perkins Price Bailey Bm-Clwll Burnett Snyder Greene Bishop Doolen Ren Il rydgvs Kirchhuff Maybe rry Moh u n Kntovic Stull mer Morgan Tedruw Bond i4O0i Found:-d. University of Wisconsin, rgqg: Forty-ninc Active Chapters BRUCE W. BENI-IDIC'I'. B. HERMAN A. DORNER, M. S. THOMAS E. OLIVER, Ph. D. ARTHUR E. SEYMOUR. Ph. D. EDWARD C. BALDWIN, Ph. D. DAVID C. CARNAHAN. Ph. ARTHUR E. DRUCRER, B. S. 1 ofmopolzfan Club Members in Faculty ALBERT T. OLMSTEAD, Ph. D. VICTOR SHELFORD, Ph. D. EDWARD H. WALDO, M. E., E. E. CHARLES L. PRATHER, B. Ed., A. M. RUSSEL M. DE COURSEY, A. B. FRANK C. BAKER. B. S. JOSEPH H. BEARD, M. D. Members in University fl I I x Illinois Chapter, Established 19085 605 East Daniel Street FRED A. DAVIDSON, B. S. ROBERT G. GLASGOW, Ph. D. WILLIAM F. SCHULZ, Ph. D. HENRY J. VAN DEN BERG HAROLD M. WESTERGAARD, Ph. D. WARD L. BISHOP, Ph. D. I. HARVEY KLEINHEKSELS, M. S. GRADUATES CLARON DALE BARBER, A. B. JOSEPH B. HEIDLER, M. A. PEDRO V. JAVIER, li. S. WILLIAM Y. LIN, B. S. TSU L. CHIEN, B. S. SENIORS LEONARD COHEN AGUSTINI C. FABIAN SIN Y. SINI HAROLD E. WERTZ TOICHI DOMOTO ERNEST: F. FOX HORACE AS. WAI WAYNE WHITE ROBERT YU, JR. J UNIORS BENICIA l.. MCFERRAN JOSEPH V. SIMON L. L. ROUX EDERGISTO RODRIGUEZ LEOPOLDO ROSALES SOPHOMORES WILLIAM BLOCK HERBERT W. CRAIG HARRY PITLUCK JAMES WOLFSON EDMUNDO BUDDEMBERG GERALD H. FITZGERALD WILLIAM L. PARAZINSKI NOEL N. WRIGHT F RESHMEN LUIS CHAMY NORMAN GERRIE HENRY VESEL JOSEPH NOVAK A -X -. . EUGENE SAHUD Simon Fabian Craig Glasgow Barber Klcinhclascls McFerran Yu Fox Prather Sim Schulz Oliver Olmstcad Domoto Lin Buddembcrg Parazinski Wright Wcrtz Jevicr Wolfson Block Novak Wai Vcsel Chamy Pitluck Rodriguez Gcrric White Chien l40IJ Founded, Vincennes University, 18981 Twenty-three Active Chapters ,. CYRUS E. PA HENRY J. BURT ALFRED F. SCHULTZ RICHARD T ALLEN ARTHUR Il. STOCKENIIERG BURT R. DANCEY JOHN C. GOTSCHALL 'RED R. HODGSON DONALD R. SIMPSON ERNEST W. SCHULTZ HERBERT W. ANDERSON WALTER J. ENGELBRECHT WILLIAM N. HOLMES HARRY J. SALZMAN . - Phi Chapter, SZ Eslablisheri 19083 cg- 4oz East Armory Avenue 1:.:.h,: fr 4. 5 5,,1..' -' f A ll eil A 1 r-' Members in Faculty LMER, M. S. HARRISON A. RUEHE, Ph. D. ABNER R. KNIGHT, M. E., M. S., E. E. LA FORCE EAILEY, M. S., Ii. P. Members in University sEN1oRs . LESTER E. HOLLOWAY ROGER F. DICKINSON STANLEY E. FEY GERALD C. SNYDER HUGH E. JONES l"Rl'IDERICK J. SCHILDHAUER JUN1oRs JACK A. KEELEY WILLIAM C. HOWARD NORMAN H. RADFORD WILLIAM H. JACOB SOPHOMORES HERBERT RYERSON GILBERT R. VALIIERT ALFRED If. ALDOUS FDWARD Ii. CRUSH HERBERT E, PORTER RICHARD L. GREEN FRESHMEN FULTON D. THORNTON HARRY E. RICHMOND JOI-IN O. BUTTERFIELD ALLAN M. JONES JAY C. SHEAR HOWARD O. ULLMAN EMMl'I'I"l' K. EVANS RONALD R. CULTRA RUSSEL D. WILLEY JOHN A. LUDLAM GLENN I.. GREGG ALLEN WALDO LEONARD I.. Ill-IRRY GEORGE E. SIMMONDS DONALD R. WILLIAMS STANLEY H. HOLMES CLAUDE P, SMITH MARTIN L. GREEN THOMAS H. RICKMAN CHARLES W. SWANSON AMOS J. WILLIS HERBERT M. LOWRY Crush Ryerson Gotschall Green Holmes Aldous Waldo Swanson Kecley Iiulterlield Simmonds M. Green Engelhrechl. Gregg Simpson Stockcnberg Radford Dancey Hodgson Porter Allen E, Schultz Valbert W. Holmes Berry Ivilliams Howard Jacob Maxwell Schildhauer Dickinson Ludlam A. Schultz Ilurt Willey Holloway Jones Fey Snyder Smith Thornton Lowry Willis Rickman Jones Shear Cultra Anderson Evans Salzman Ullman l4O2l Fgunlerl, Ugiion T Q ! . gsppn DQIICIBD h d o - -.1 7: ter, "sta i e muff' Mrs... hem e ta C721 ...san ...mf Chapters Second Street .... . xx, 5 o . h ff, 'O' ' i wt' .' I Members in Faculty ALFRED C. CALLEN, E. M., M. S. MARSHALL MAGRUDER, Major, U. S. A. MATTHEW T. MCCLURE, Ph. D. FRANK P. HANSON, Ii. S. Members in University SENIORS ALBERT T. BELSHE JOSEPH A. HART WILLIAM P. KRAMER FRED S. TINTHOFF ROBERT M. WOLD W. ROBERT VANDERMARK JUNIORS PAUL A. TILLEY COLEMAN G. SANFORD ADDISON E. MANLEV PHILIP LARMON,J-IR. JOSEPH l'. BELSLEY C. RICHARD DOWD LE ROY A. LINDBERG ARTHUR E. MURP Y HARVEY J. SCHLUTER SOPHOMORES W. DONALD J-?NES CHARLES E. BURROUGHS WALTER WOLF ALBERT T. BLOMOEUIST WILLIAM B. ART WEBSTER R. CROWLEY ROBERT .TICKNOR CHARLES R. FULL R E. LEE STROHL EDWIN C. WOLF F RESHMEN HAROLD N. HOOVER WILBUR G. GLOS LEE P. HELMEY GUSTOF A. SUNDSTRUM F. SCOTT ARMS ROBERT G. PEEBLES NAT T. BURFEIND HENRY T. WINTERBAUER ROBERT C. GARRETSON RICHARD C. HARDIN WENDELL VANDERMARK WILLIAM S. GRABOW xx I '4 Grabow Burfeind Glos Winlerbauer Helmcy Gurrctson Sundstrum Hamlin Arms Hoover Peebles Blomquist Wolf Burroughs Schluter E. Wolf Lindberg W. Vandermnrk Ticknor Strohl Fuller Crowley W. Hart Sanford Murphy Manley Jones W. R. Vundermark Larmon Tilley Tinthoff Hart Belshc Dowd Wold Belsley Kramer ' H031 rss. A Fognded, New gork Z T Alymlmlixl Iilgxsillun Chapter, ' :'t,r 3 1sta'sc-lo: T...,:'::f:r.1,a em .rl E... M.: 9 Chapin-rs Street r--'Q GT ,J v v g ' ? ' . C7 .' 4 -Q- 4 ff . A f 1' Q - ,I .rr f 1 Q I Members in Faculty HARLAND BARTHOLOMEYV, C. E. JOHN YV. GREGG Members in University SENIORS XVILLIAIW A. DREYIER YVILLIAM T. LODGE HAROLD E. GRANGE L. FRANKLIN HALL CARL DAUTEL, JR. ASLER C. DYGHTON MOHLER S. JVITYVER YVENDELL B. TRENCHARD YVHITNICY FICRRIS JUNIORS ALBERT BINGHAM RALPH P. OLNSTICAD JOHN R. KFHNS ALBERT E. GERMER JOHN S. DUNCOINUHC RICHARD IC. HRANNAN SOPHOMORES ICVERTA F. NELSON ROBERT Y. CALHOUN YYILLIAM E. CARTISR RICHARD F. VOELL DONALD R. GRIMES YVALTER E. ANDERSON FRESHMEN R. LOXVRIE WHEATON IRVING A. SIBLEY ICLYVOOD BI. RUSS!-IY ROBERT V. CAMERON CHARLES F. HOWEY, JR. C, NORMAN ELSY THURLO Bl. ZENT ROBERT BI. DRUBTKIOND MAX H. WARREN Warren Carter Cameron Bowcy Sibley Drummond Wheaton Russm-y Kuhns Z1-nm Iilsy . Grrnvr Ohnsleud Ilinp.:hum lluncombc Anderson Voc-ll lirunnzm Grimes Nelson Greg! Wilwcr Lodge lkuxlvl Urcyvr Uighton Fm-rris Hull 'I'r1-nclmrd Ii 404 1 A Fouxdef- lfaSSrg"1fe"S YJ ' ' 'Eli2:,2t.3?ei'fLi3?,':i.1..d rlcu tura o , - , - g 1813: Forryfogfv 1910: 1111 West ' Active Chapters Oregon Street I ' 1 ' Th. E , A J- 'z R 645 In -9 +1 R 'Q 'sf 2' B,- " -. 1,1 '-1 4, Q . GRADUATE STUDENT WALDO G. MUELLER Members in University ' SENIORS CHARLES F. MAJOR CHESTER C. WEEBER FRANK SMITH Q HOMICR H. HANNA - DENZIL v. FORRESTER LAWRENCE A. CARL 'FITUS W. FOWLER JUNIORS CHARLES M. HICKMAN GEORGE B. LEE EDWARD L. HOWELL FRANCIS w. GRIICSBAUM LAMES w. JACOBSON II JOHN N. THORNBURN CARL A. BASEDOW ROBERT A. SNOW USSELL A. PERRY HOWARD E. FORD GERALD MURCHINSON SOPHOMORES PAUL R. SHANRS LOUIS C. COTIE ROE:-:RT D, MOORE NORMAN J. GUNDLACH GEORGE R. NISH LESTER C. WAGNICR JOHN F. KUENZLI CHARLES 1'.Jl-:FFRIES FRESHMEN HAROLD B. GROH GEORGE M. wRAx' STEPHEN J. HANSEN CHARLICS S. liR.fXlJBlIRY HOWARD L. MORTQN HARLON B.CURRY ROBERT G. MEAD CHARI.liS l'LN'llNEX CAROL W. MERRIREN ARTHUR J.BUFFING1'ON JOEL O. ECKERMAN S Mead Jeffries Curry Wray Groh lickcrmnn lluffnngtnn Morton Hansen ML-rrikcn Munro Howell Nish Murchinson Gundluch Shanks Wugnc-r Basedow Snow Thornburn Ford Perry Gricsbnum Lee Hickman Muvllur Jacobson Fowler Smith Cnrl Hanna Kuvnzli Wm-bbvr l 405 l RUSSELL R. HUGHES ROBERT K. BELT ALVORD L. BOECK STEPHEN H. AMBROSE TRACY S. BARRETT REXFORD S. BLAZER GEORGE O. BLAKELY PAUL S. BROWN FRANKLYN E. WELLS ' WILFORD C. LAHMAN DONALD S. THOMPSON FREDERICK F. WEBSTER Fczjurnied, UQIIOII T ' U 7 2micSHonhCdhupter, o e e, I 5 "t 's e 1910: Twenty-slfix ACIZTC 3 Igalialst Armory Chapters Avenue X V! fl. 2, 3 I als T ' .mm T- xx is Members in Faculty DWIGHT A. CARLSEN, B. S. FREDERICK GREEN, A. B., A. M., LL. D. EDWIN B. KNOWLES, JR., A. B. FREDRICR H. RANRIN, A. B. Members in University SENIORS ALFRED W. BOSWORTH ALBERT L. RAND FREDERICK W. TOWER MARSHALL E. SMITH WILLIAM B. TOWNSEND JUNIORS JOHN W. CULLEN, JR. THEODORE FUNK WILLIAM W. DUNN I GEORGE O. HOFFMAN SOPHOMORES CHARLES M. FISH, JR. WILLIAM T. MASON GOHN R. PARKER BURSON F. HORN RUSSELL G. MITCHELL ALTER E. ROGAN DONALD R. INSLEY THOMAS W. PAPE SgI'3iI,ElK FRESHMEN ELWOOD D. GODMAN LOREN J. ROWELL RICHARD C. SWANK TIMOTHY B. INGWERSON CHARLES A. STEPHENSON, JR. JAMES TEMPLETON FREDERICK A. NICHOLS BAR J. SUSTER ALBERT W. ELLIOTT - mil., PB! Pune Nichols Stephenson Brown Elliott Ingwersen Blakely Horn Barrett R. Swank Suster Godman Rowell Blazer Templeton Fish Dunn Wvbslcl' Rfigan Mason Belt Funk Insley Parker Mitchell Stone Ambrose BO0Ck T0WnS0nd Hughes Bosworth Tower Wells Rand Smith Thompson Cullen l406l Founded, Princeton University, l8Q4I Twenty-nine Active Chapters I! 'J I RICHARD B. BURKE DONALD A. GORDON WILLIAM T. ARMSTRONG OLIVER E. BECKER LAWRENCE K. BOYCE JOSEPH E. BRADBURY HENRY C. BEAR J. HARVEY GRAY GEORGE M. ACKERMAN, III ALBERT W. BENNETT FRANCIS G. EDWARDS X , Members in Faculty LAWRENCE W. MURPHY. A. M. RUSSELL E. SIMMONS, B. S Members in University SENIORS ALLAN M. CAMERON JULIEN 0. HEPPES J UNIORS MAURICE A. DAILEY WILLIAM C. FITZHUGH ALBERT H. GUNNARSON, JR. EDWIN B. CONLEY ADAM W. LOVE ' W. THEODORE HACKETT OLANDER L. HAMMOND HERBERT W. HINZE SOPHOMORES CHARLES HUNTER SPERLING D. JONES ALBERT T. KINNEY JACK H. PENFIELD FRESHMEN JAMES S. GRAY J. EDWARD KELLY JEROME A. I-IEPPES ARTHUR E. LUNDBERG GEORGE L. HOMER WAYNE H. MARTIN ' ' Sigma Chajuter, hz Z Establishe 1912: gag East Chalmers tree! TRUMAN W. FLOYD D. ROY ZIMMERMAN WILLIAM P. MARQUAM JOSEPH A. OGDEN JAMES H. SPEERS ARTHUR WUPPER WILLIAM F. PITNEY IRVING E. POEHLER ALLEN E. MERSBACH J. LYNN PFLUG HENRY J. SIEWERT, JIL JACK T. WILLIAMS Fitzhugh Hammond Dailey Gordon Floyd Conley Heppes Zimmerman Cameron Burke Love Armstrong Bradbury Hackett Marquam Gunnarson - Ogden Hinze Wupper Speers Boyce Becker J. H. Gray Pentield Bear Jones Poehler Kinney Pitney Martin Williams Lundberg Heppes Sicwert Pfiug Mersbach Bennett Homer Kelley Ackerman Edwards J. S. Gray I407J Fnunrlvd, Union College, I84I: Twenty-four Active Chapters X' -1' ARNOLD F. EBICH A ROBERT M. I'E'l"I'IGREW PATRICK H. ELCAN CHARLES S. STUIIHS ROBERT H. ADAMS W. WALLACE HALL BAILEY LA PORTE OSEPH T. WALKER . GILES WARNER WILLIAM D. GRANT H' A Ivftrfs fo ,,:f-""'w .,- 8, Alpha Ycta Dc-lla Chapter Lslablxihed 1912 Cfll' TJ! mf ' I -QF 5'9" -Q-.gi . .41 ,QVQU ,- .'r 'I-2.4 .405 M embers in University SENIORS CAILEII 0. ROLLINS ROGER E. H01-RINS EARLI-I E. BLOENI- WILLIAM H. COOKE JUNIORS WLKEITH ARIIs'rRoNc HENRI' L. RENKING III-.oRoE II. CRAIG JoHN Iv. HOLAIAN SOPHOMORES CHARLES C. KILANDER w. HoLToN BLANRLEI' HERRI' IfAULxIAN,JR. LEN C. ENOS IIAN C. ROGERS EARL H. BODINSON FRESHMEN TRLAIAN JONES BERLYN PIERCE GEORGE A. EARICI' JOHN L. ERIEDL HARRY w. KNOLL ALLAN R. IIANGERI' Strett DON C. ALLEN FRANK M. TAYLOR PAUL B. VAN DYKE FRAZIER S. WILSON THOMAS j. BOODEL 1. FREDERICK BORROWDALE TAUL H. JONES l Pettigrew Rollins T- JOHFS Taylor La Porte Elcan Craig Ranking Armstrong Van Dyke Holman Stubbs Allen Rogers Enos Paulman Blankley Bodinsvn WHSOH Hall Kilander Boodel Adams Faricy Knoll Horrowdale P. Jones Grant Warner Walker Hanger! Pierce FJ-ig-dl l408l xl Founded, Brggwn ' gvralghilpgcfb 2 UA'-'I 1 .SHISEIIQ Nixncgfgih Amiga Z 310 East Chalmers Chapters Slfefft i U . I3 Sf . vi' ,i arm 'Jllllf"q . , Qvf gl lf wi ggx ll, ,ll A ., X 4 ' . .llllll l mllzx. .,' Q , ' if G. an Member in Faculty EDWIN J. MANLEY Members in University . SENIORS EDWARD J. BALES JOHN M. KEYSER ALOYSIUS C. STONEMAN JAMES M. HUCK RICHARD M. OLSON THOMAS J. HYNDS PAUL A. DEROULET J UNIORS GEORGE A. KAPPUS LEONARD W. STURDYVIN THOMAS A. DEMPSEY JAMES M. KLEES CHARLES M. KREIDER NORBET U. ZIELINSKI SOPHOMORES RICHARD G. FINN LAWRENCE J. HRENNAN J. HARRY EBBERT FRANCIS H. DALTON RAYMOND F. HAYES NORRIS E. JONES ROBERT C. DALTON JOSEPH J. LANG EUGENE J. MCCARTHY DONALD J. PHILLIPS FRESHMEN EDWARD J. HYNDS THOMAS W. MARMION WETTER F. BUDINGER ARTHUR L. LINDBLOOM RICHARD ENGLISH DANIEL NICHOLSON HOWARD A. WHEELER CHARLES H. SPRINKEL ARTHUR J. BEATTY , JAMES L. REAL JOSEPH O'DONNELL CHARLES LEVERENZ ., ,H A ..,, ,. . ' J. ALBERT WOLL FRED RUEB, JR. WILLIAM L. DOYLE EDWARD J. MALOY CHARLES A. BARRETT THEODORE J. SULLIVAN ARTHUR D'AMBROSIO LOUIS M. FLANAGAN CARL J. LATZ WALTER ACKERMAN FRED HYLAN ff --M ..,...-..-........,...,.....-..,..,,..-.--,,..... ...-......,-..--,- ...,,...,W .,..., . . .... ..,,, W.. .... . .. . , ., . .. .. . ....--,...,.. .. ....,....., . F. Dalton E. Hynds Lindbloom Lang Hayes Real IVheeler Dempsey R. Dalton Maloy Brennan Phillips Zielinski Jones Finn McCarthy Doyle Barrett D'Ambros1o Kappus Woll Ruel Stoneman Huck Bales Keyser Olson DeRoulet T. Hynds Klees ' Sturdyvin Marmion English Sullivan Sllfinkfl O'Donnell Budingcr Nicholson Beatty Leverenz Latz Ackerman Hylan l409I O f 'VL I Founded, Illinois Wes- leyan University, 1899 THOMAS G. BEEBE EDWARD B. DEVRY D. ROBERT ERICKSON GEORGE E. HOWELL HARRY M. ASHLEY CYRIL C. DREMAN KENNETH GREENLEE JAMES B. MARTIN HARLOWE E. ALLSHOUSE RALPH L. DOUTHIT HAROLD C. NEILL 4.f"'. "" 'A Gamma Chapter, Established IQIZQ IOZ East Chalmers HERMAN CARR LEWIS E. ARLAND LAWRENCE J. SHAPPERT ARTHUR C. MEISLAHN KENNETH L. REYNOLDS HUGH M. FEELEY HARRY L. KINNE THOMAS G. REYNOLDS LEE HUNT RAYMOND PURNELL HAROLD SANDERS ALBERT I. WILSON Twenty-one Active Y Chapters Street 'sl ,R s 'N 43,55 Members in Faculty ARTHUR S. AMBROSE, PI1. D. CARL S. MARVEL, Ph. D. DUANE T. ENGLIS, Ph. D. RALPH D. DONER, A. M. CLARENCE S. ANDERSON, A. M. HARRY G. GAMMAGE, B. S. HIRAM E. ESSEX, A. M. MILTON M. OLANDER, B. S. Members in University SENIORS GLEN C. MCHRIDE FOREST G. GREATHOUSE LOUIS A. BIEL LINCOLN W. NICHERSON JUNIORS EARL R. PARKHILL EDGAR HOUGHTON JAMES M. GEDDES WOOD GRAY SOPHOMORES JACK CORLETT EDWARD P. MONROE NORMAN H. DAVIS RAYMOND S. STOLTEY GEORGE H. HORNER EDWARD DAHLQUIST FRESHMEN RICHARD E. SEYBOLD JUDSON A. TIMM EUGENE BUEHLER VILLIAM SHAPPERT RAYMOND HOUSH THOMAS F. COLLINSON HAROLD D. PARKER EDWIN J. LEWIS EDWIN A. TEN BROOK Collison Ten Br00k HOUSII Wilson Parker Neill Timm Buehler Purnell W. Shappert Lewis Allshouse Dahlquist Houghton Dreman Stoltey Corlett Davis Howell Martin Kinne Ashley Feeley Monroe Greenlee T. Reynolds Sanders Erickson Meislahn De Vry L. Shappert McBride Greathouse Harland Nickerson Beil Carr Beebe Gray Parkhill l4I0l l"7 Fcgmdedf :College of Y ?h0lSJ12:1DYa0l', ityo c or' Z 3 T zsla is e 1912: Thirty-onewActive Q ll 907 South Fourth Chapters Street l U H .-. 9 B, 1' P96 H3 ZB1' al I-, 1 .5 A. ,D 'haf M embers in University SENIORS BERNARD COHEN LEO I'OT'l'L1TZER ARTHUR S. KAUFMAN JEROME J. HORWITZ LOUIS S. EHRENREICH JOSEPH P. ROTH JUNIORS JACK X. DIAMOND PHILIP THOREK ARTHUR FRANKEL SOPHOMORES ALBERT BOMASH MALCOM H. SHANE GRAHAM MARKS NORMAN E. LANDAUR MORRIS B. UDELOWISH STANLEY B. ROSE LESTER PAUL GABRIEL H. FLEISHMAN LEONARD SHANHOUSE FRESHMEN HAROLD B. BARON JACK SCHRAM JONAS W. HELLER ALBERT EISENBERG BURTON L. WOLFF ARTHUR ROSENFELT JAMES S. HARTMAN MORRIS BLANK ALBERT SIMON, JR. ARNOLD H. MEYERSTEIN JEROME S. FRESHMAN HAROLD B. UDELOWISH KENNETH HEILBRON STANLEY PELTASON BENJAMIN R. SOLOMON SANFORD B. LASSERS PAUL M. JANKOWSKY HARRY L. MITCHELL FRANK S. SCALLET ABRAHAM TRAVIS FINLEY W. BROWN LEO GUTHMAN DANIEL KOMIE RUDOLPH P. SACKS ARNOLD P. WEISER Eisenberg Sachs Simon Hartman - Blank Meyerslein Weiser Frankel H. Udelowish Baron Mitchell Rose Shnnhouse Brown Sehram Marks Heller Komie Shane Fleishman Paul Guthman Wolff Roscnfelt Freshman M. Udelowish Landaur Bomash Diamond Thorel: Lassers Jzmkowsky Horwitz Scallct Solomon Peltason Kaufman Heilbron Roth Cohen Ehrcnreich Pottlitzer l41Il FoundEdhHamigon QE Q J T - Illinois Chapter, o c, 1 2 E t bl' h d 1 ....e. pfza e M hz .f:E.::.'3.,::'2 Chapter: Street ' 'ill it , il I 1332 V' JAMES W. BARR WALLACE W. MCILWAIN LYNN E. ELDREDGE WILLIAM SHELDON, JR. CHARLES . GREGORY JAY B. CASE DAVID W. FEY FREDERICK W. HEINEMAN HORACE R. PALMER KENNTH L. HARTMAN HAROLD M. TENNEY Members in Faculty HERIII-IR'l' JEWETT BARTON, A. M. GEORGE B. NORRIS, Captain, U.S.A. Members in University SENIORS DAVID W. NEEDLER ROBERT V. BAKER HAROLD N. BOWEN JOHN F. LUHRS ROBERT W. JOHNSON ALTON G. HALL J UNIORS FRED W. KRAFT, LR. JAMES E. BURNETT GEORGE H. BARN 'S J. CHALMERS EWING, JR. SOPHOMORES JOSEPH R.HIEFFREY EGBERT O. BLACKMAN CHARLES . GALE CLERMONT E. DULI. . FRESHMEN IRWIN R. MEYER JOHN I. HAGEMAN EARL S. LEIMBACHER SHELDON W. HARDIN HARRY A. VOORHEES WILLIAM M. FREDERICK RICHARD S. STOKES PAUL K. BUTTERFIELD CARSON M. PURDUNN RANSON B. BAKER RAY C. LEIMBACHER FRANK A. HUNTER, JR. PAUL L. SHALLENBERGER ELLIOTT F. HAGER JAMES E. WHITFIELD JOSEPH A. POTTES Barr Johnson Nccdlcr Hall Stokes l'lldrl'Ch-Z0 Baker Purdunn Luhrs McIlwain Hcinenmn Sheldon Kraft Ewing Gregory Bowen Barnes Baker Case Blackman Burnett Hunter 'I't-nm-y Gnlc R. L0iml1flCh0r Jeffrey Dull Fey Palmer Hartman Sltzllli-nlwrgcr Hardin Hugvl' I5- Lf'ilNb1lCI1L'r Mvyvr Frcdvrick I'IZ'l'Jl?II'II1lI l412l Founded, University of - Anthcniios Clmlllff- Illinois and University QM ESlHbllShf?d 1914: of Michigan, 1914: ' 401 East Green Ten Active Chapters Swift - I . p , ' A - fl. PWC ' Wi 'fllif' .- . xiii' ' g . . V5.V".g.' A I" j"Z'i. , Members in Faculty LORINO H. PROVINE.B.S.,A. E. EDWIN E. NEWCOMB, E. S. REXF R STANLEY WHITE, B. s., M. L. A. THORfAS E. 0'DONNELL, M. S., A. I. A. O D WWCOMBA' M' Members in University SENIORS JOSEI-H w. GANSCHINIETZ CHARLES R. SUTTON HAROLQD c. KNIEBUSCH JAMES G. MARSHALL KENNETH JACOESON HOWARD S. GARNS KENNETH c. HLLMS EREDOLPH A. CERLING JUNIORS WILLIAM O. COSTELLO ' RUSSI-:LL Iv. DAVIDSON WENDELL B. PARKS WILLIAM P. CRANE. II ROBERT E. MITCHELL SOPHOMORES MARVIN R. PATTERSON PHILII- M. GUSTAFSON JAMES A. RUSSELL FRESHMEN LLOYD T. SMITH JOHN H. BRYANT WILEY PRUNER,II MARSHALL D. WEYMOUIH WILLIAM H. SIMON CARL c. HERTzRERt: E. JOHN LUNDSTRUM '-. M.- AQ- an -'lf' Smith Bryant LllI1dSKl'llll1 Gustafson Simon Hvrtzhnrg Wcymout Parks Sattcriit-ld Dzrvirlsun Crane Mitchell Patterson Russell Carling Marshall Ganschinictz Garns Jzrcnbsun Sutton KIIif:lIusch l415l II Ht'illlS CARL V. SMYTHE OLIVER H. TRIPP MYRON J. TREMAINE W. MYERS SMITH JAMES D. MCKINNEY fwfr PW 1 Founglfg. University . Alpha Chapter, 0 'n0's. : E bl' h d g Seven Actihc rs: Ives? Cfrzgan Street . 9 , 7' "T ll r 4 1,-1 , 1 1 y :V Q, if!-ref M embers in Faculty 1 KENDRICK C. BABCOCK, Ifh. D., LI.. D. LEVERETT A. ADAMS, Ph. D. ROBERT F. PATON, Ph. D. THOMAS A. CLARK, B. L., Lrlt. D. WALDO SHUMWAY, Ph. D. COLEMAN R. GRIFFITH, Ph. D. HENRY B. WARD, Ph. D., D. Sc. FLOYD R. WATSON, Ph. D. CARL S. MARVEL. Ph. D. HARLEY J. VAN CLEAVE, Ph. D. FRED H. TURNER, A. B. Members in University SENIORS HUGH A. DOLLAHAN JOHN W. LAWRENCE CHARLES H. METZEL JUNIORS LEWIS J. ROSSITER KENNETH C. EDMONSON PAUL B. VAN DYKE CHARLES H. KINGSBURY SOPHOMORES VIRGIL O. FISH WILLIAM COPELAND ELMER D. GAY WALTER E. BARTUSCH ROY 0. RI ER ROBERT S. SHELTON JOHN W. STEVENS FRESHMAN W. CLAY DINE Smythc Clark Griffith Van Clcavc Marvel Adams Watson Dollahnn Lawrence Ed monson Tre maine Licssc R055iter Smith Tripp McKinney Shelton Riser Gay Bartusch Dine Fish Copeland l414l ' Aung.. Folrnded, University Illingis Clglpler, 0 Missouri. 1902 H 'Isla is lv 1915: Five Active Chaptears 105 EUS! Daniel 5'-feel ,VL v-,.h. 1WiH 0' Q. ' X A ' ff Members in Faculty MILTON E. POWELL PAUL M. CATHERWOOD I-IERMANN RASTER FRANK L. ROBISON RICHARD K. SMITH W. MARSHALL CURTISS HENRY P. RUSK. M. S. DONALD C. HENDERSON. B. S. .JAMES B- BALL- B- S-- 11-A- CECIL E. GATES, B. S. EDWIN I. PILCHARD, Il. S. SAMUEL W. DECKER. B. S, HERBERT A. BERG, B. S. HOWARD E. JAMISON, II. S. FRANCIS C. COULSON, B. S. GEORGE A. SALLEE, B. S. Members in University SENIORS RUSSELL N. RASMUSEN ELMER C. SCHEIDENHELM ORVIL O. MOWERY CLYDE L. CRAWFORD RUSSEL F. EVERE'I"l' J. VERN BEHRINGER ARMIN J. REHLING JOHN L. CLAYTON HARRY I. LANDON JUN1oRs SEIGEL A. ANDERSON ADDISON P. CROWELL ELWOOD D. HOWELL J. ROSS BAIRD DONALD V. DUNCAN LLOYD E. KLECKNER IRVIN L. BRAKENSEIK PAUL L. GUEST HOMER W. CURTISS WILLIAM BULLMAN ROY S. HETTICK ORIE A. POTTS FRESHMEN HORACE P. ERWIN EARL M. HUGHES GEORGE O. MINOT J. MAGREW LUTHER ARTHUR C. JOHNSON JAMES YOUNG Johnson Minot Young Duncan ' Robison Hughes Guest Raster Howell Baird Smith Decker Mowery Brakenseik Scheidenhelm H. Curtiss Crowell Anderson Rehling Bullman Powell Hettick Landon Cutherwood Everett Rasmusen Crawford Behringer W. Curtiss l 415 J Founded, Boston University, 19091 Sixty-eight Active Chapters l KENDALL L. MERTZ LESTER H. GODA LOUIS L. IRWIN MILTON C. KAMMERER PHILLIP A. FITTS DONALD MCLEOD E. MARION MAPLE WALTER H. MCINTYRE JACK KAUFFMAN JACK GLADER ROY FREUND ezmbda Clzz' Qffhbfzez t Members in Faculty GEORGE D. BEAL, l'h. D., Pharm. D. 'l'. MCLEAN JASPER, B. S. Members in University SENIORS ROBERT FRIEDLANDER WINFIELD H.'lJACKSON JOHN MACCONO FRANCIS W.l 'TNER JUN1oRs C. ELWOOD HOLLAND WILLIAM T. FOUSER WALTER C. VAALER l KENNETH M. GYGER SOPHOMORES JOHN L. GUSWEILER CHARLES M. DIEL CHARLES H. WITTENBURG THOMAS CERNY ARCHIE M.HALL WALTER CLARK FRESHMEN l CLARENCE S. HARDIE AMES E. MASON IRVING G. VROOMAN 'RANK W. GERWIG BROOKS FULLER RICHARD R. MUNN Chi Zeta Chapter, Established IQISQ 209 East Armory Street RICHARD K. DUGDALE IRVING S. FOSNAUGH LEONARD S. DAUM VERNON W. ITTNER CURTIS A. COLLINS JOHN E. HAYES PAUL T. MILES HAROLD H. HARTUNG . WILLIAM M. WOLFARTH LOUIS H. DURDIN A ... .. .......... ... . .-.. ,,..,....,..-..-...,f ""' ' Maccono Irwin Mertz Fricdlander F. Ittner Dugdale Jackson Daum Goda Holland Vaaler Gygfr Fitts Wittenbu rg Diel Collins McIntyre Clark Fosnaugh McLeod Gerwig Hall Fouser - Sherman Durdin Miles Hayes Kammerer V, Inner Gugweiler Ccrny Freund Vrooman Munn Kauffman Mason Wolfarth Glader Hardie Fuller l4I6l ELMER L. BREY ICLMER S. CRINK R. RUSSELL CROFOOT EDWARD HOTTOMLEY, WILBUR Ia. CRINK J. ARTHUR BOT'I'OMLEX' I . I-IDGAR M. STOKKE LOUIS RATZI-1SBIiRGER KENNETH P. SANTEE ANFIN A. HALTUG ERWIN J. DRENCKPOHL Foungiifa, University Q1 - Q04 IEHSI IOIIH 'no' I x : . trcc Oni? Activelaluzmti-r A C-,. J'---.-R in 5 I 1 ' x 1 I ', 1 ! I V .Rf Members in University SENIORS Ll-JLAND H. CORBIN LOYAL W. Di-:CLICRC LOIVELL C. CUNNINGHAM HERBERT IV. LAUBIE ,IUNIORS EDWIN L. DROM ERLAND C. LARSON SOPHOMORES JR. CLARENCE IV. GRAHAM HARVEY M. HINDICRER FRESHMEN VERNON IV. DRI-TNCKPOI-IL RUSSELL F. IIORCHERS ROIIICRT ROIIB RICHARD KROGH DONALD HAY EARL DREW Crofoot E. Crink Corbin Stnkkc Santcc Brcy Cunningham DcClc-rc Larson Hindcrcr W. Crink Graham E. Bottomley Ratzesbcrgcr Drom Luuhe Haltug Drew Huy IC. Dronckpohl Borchcrs Krogli J. Bottomley Robb I417I Founded, Trinity o Phi Kappa Chapter, College, 18952 ! Established 1916: Twenty-one Active 31 1 East Armory Chapters Avenue S.. NORMAN L. RICE JOHN P. CORLEY MARK H. CORLEY L01-IN E. SWEET ICHARD E. GRENLEY RICHARD W. GRIESSER HORACE G. MARSHALL JOHN B. MCLAUGHLIN EDWARD U. BANKER EVERETT W. BROWN KENT G. DAVIS , n f F 1 . 4 ' : U- . fe., Q :TJ ' Zffbf ij' l ' 'affix' ua, - 5. Member in Faculty FRED W. TANNER, Ph. D. Members in University SENIORS ERWIN F. STAHL GEORGE D. RUMSFELD DONALD H. TEETOR JENNINGS A. FLEISHBEIN JUN1oRs BERNARD H. WICRNSING gOHN D. JENKINS J. PAUL GREEN PHILIP L. TURNER 'TANLEY W. HANDFORD ROBERT A. GUSTIN EBER J. HUBBARD JOHN H. COLLINS J:?5E'1I5f5IR:iClYA-ELIEILIVKBIAN . I SOPHOMORES FRANK R. SCHUNK ROBERT J. DELL DAVID B. JONES IRARI. SWEENEY ROY K. SNYDER JUOHN R. GILLESPIE E. G AHAM EVANS RALPH C. MURPHY FIAINILIEIRIIZKVIVTLIIISIMING FRESHMEN RICHARD L. EDWARDS WILLIAM H. HENKEL CHARLES F. WADE STEWART L. ERICSON JAMES Y. MARSHALL, JR. EARNEST SMEDBERG WILLIAM M. EXLEY CLARK F. PALMER LOUIS DWYER Marshall Grim-sser McLaughlin Snyder Dell Vittum Exley Sweeney Palmer Schunk Murphy Hubbard Grenley Klinkman Green Turner Gillespie M. Corley Jones Sweet Fleishbein Rumsfeld J. Corley Rice Stahl Teetor Vaile Wernsing Banker Ericson Davis Brown Wade Edwards J. Marshall Henkle l4I3l 'A - U- .,' 1' Founded, Mining ' T fictnlglliilxglt-r, f U' -'L , msn :sw mlm: Thirty Arzgwfyhbfjliulgljgflfs Z 4ro East Green Street 439 OOO E1 1' it A TY. flip I .O SQ .I Q "'u 'HEI' Q' 5,9 9" '? Q 3' Members in Faculty A. J. HARNO. B. S.. LL. B. N. E. ENSIGN, A. B., B. S. JOE F. WRIGHT, A. ll. S. A. BR.-XLEY, Ph. D. GLEN HIERS, A. B., B. S. F. B. HOBART, A. ll. G. M. KARNS, Ph. D. E. E. STAFFORD, ll. Members in University SENIORS FRANK S. LEAHY C. HAROLD CARLSON . ARTHUR LEAHY PERCY MICHENER EARL L. EDQUIST DONALD H. BUSHNELL CHARLES G. KURRUS ROBERT H. HANSON CHARLES J. CALKINS J. RICHARD BRODERICK W. SERENO BODMAN FRED J. CORRAY EDWARD T. GRANACHER JUNIORS RAYMOND P. GALLIVAN E. EDWARD DIERKING R. BERNARD STAFFORD LEE TERRILL SOPHOMORES DAVID G. DURHAM WALTER C. DUNN OTTO JANES CLARENCE A. GERDES SHARRON R. FOWLER CHARLES E. CANNEY S. EVERETT WILSON ARTHUR L. CHLADEK WENDALL R. DOOLITTLE EDMUND F. GOEDDE GEORGE M. WHITE RAYMOND C. ANDERS FRESHMEN HAZEN R. AMES CHARLES B. BUCK ZACK L. MARTIN JAMES BLANDFORD WILLIAM D. BABBITT PHILLII' E. EWING EDWIN MCGRATH CHARLES PREBLE BERNARD F. MARTIN W. JACK SCOTT PAUL FRENCH ANTON BENKO ROBERT C. BRISCOE CLIFFORD HOOD JAMES VAN BELLEHEM O. D. PHILLIPS EDWIN DENSLOW B. Martin Denslow Van Bellehcln Briscoe Hood Ewing Scott Buck Babbitt McGrath Z. Martin Terrill Blandford French Goedde Gallivan Stafford Dierking Fowler Gerdes Preble Ames Broderick Granacher Hanson Kurrus Bushnell Carlson Michener F. Leahy Edquist Corray Calkins Chladek White Wilson Janes Dunn A. Leahy Canncy Durham Doolittle l4I9l f ,Q E f f "N Founded, Norwich University, 1856: Forty-one Active ,mx Them Chi Rho Chapter, Established 1916: 505 East Chalmers BLOICIC M. SCHWARZWALDER EDWARD M. WILLEMS WILLIAM li. VEERHUSICN Chapters Street Members in Faculty -IOHN J. l'Il'II'l'IR, I'h. D., M. S. RICHARD IC. FISHER, A. B. LIl'Il"l'l'INAN'l' ROY L. DAI.Fl'IRICS Members in University SENIORS N , u , C"'ARL":S "" 'l'f9?K': l?t28i'?10f Giloimcam lPh39?,3Q"ll'i?8All!6Rlf "mu" L' "L mm . .FRICI B. CA .'E L . E J. . AU .I ' . .. H , J F FRANK li. RENWICK JUNIORS HAROLD l'. FIDLER 'VHEOPHIL W. HOFSOBIMER RICHARD H. WAYNE H. WENDELL FRIER CLARENCE R. MCDAYID EDWARD WYMAN SOPHOMORES w , W ELBERT W. BUTLER LESTER M. ROEDER JAMES R. SPILLER HARRISON L. WINIER J. ROBICRT LYONS THOMAS S. SAWYER HARRY E. SEARS ICLMER C. MINER HOWARD N. SMITH O. MILFORD WHITE FRESHMEN Q REO V. ELLIOTT l"RlClJl'IRICK W. LI-IL"l'HliSSl-IR DANIEL H. MOWAT THORNTON' WHITE ALFRED 'I'. FAGERBIIRG RUSSEL G. LONGLEY ROBERT T. SAUNDERS JOHN BROERQ RAYMOND F. GROHNE LEONARD A. BUZZELL WILLIAM A. STEPHENSON HAROLD C. SEWELL LAWRENCE W. KELLER WILLARD E. MONOHON LYLE K. WHEADON Puderer Hofsommcr Morrow Brooke Caine McLaughlin Renwick E. Grohnc Wayne Frier McDowell Fidler Schwarzwalder Butler O, White Smith Spiller Miner Vccrhusen Reeder Sawyer Winter Willems Sears Wyman McDavid Mowat T. White Elliott Wheadon R. Grohne Stephenson LonHl0y Leuthesser Monohon Lyons Saunders Keller Fagerburt, l420l l ,Q! L Founded, University of Virginia, 18683 Sixty-seven Active Chapters l . Sl WILLI.-X3 WALTER T. ANDERSON DONALD A. BISSELL RAY P. BOLLER MERLE BEER HERBERT R. HELSING JAMES S. CULLISON FRANK R. HUGHES CHARLES E. JOERN FRANCIS M. PERKINS EMIL A. RINK l Ben l'ta Chapter, bl h d 3 731 Kqppa Qfflplzez Es?...i:.3.r2'7 Street 0 , Members in Faculty I li. IlRl'l"l'0N, A. Rl.. J. D. H. N. TOLER ESSSEL R. DILLAYOU, A. li., J, D. Members in University GRADUATE DENEEN A. WATSON SENIORS ARTHUR E. CORYDON DELAWARE HARRISON EINAR A. HELSING GEORGE E. HENDERSON WILLIAM E. SCI-IROEDER HAROLD W. STORER JUNIORS RALPH M. LAWSON RUSSELL L. ST. JOHN WILLIAM li. RUDI-I B. KIQNNI-:TH JOHNSON SOPHOMORES FREDERICK E. LACKEY VIRGIL R. MCBROOM HAROLD W. OERMAN KENNETH W. HUNBERT NILES W. LEUCH JOHN H. BOSWELL FRESHMEN MARCUS L. THOMPSON CHARLES I. TURNER RAYNE C. GREEN ROBERT L, ROWE FRANK C. WEEGE HAROLD W. WERNO JOHN C. WORTH GEORGE H. WILEY HARRY A. BRYDON CHARLES M. KIPI' MELVIN P. HALL STANTON C. CHRISTENSEN GEORGE P. MATHIS ROBER1' H. SHAW Lawson St. John Toler Oerman Beer Bryrlon Humber! Henderson Perkins Hall Joern Rink Thompson Turner Johnson McBroom Christensen Cullison Kipp Lackey Hughes Leucli Watson Rude Boller Worth Weege Storer H. Helsing Schroeder Werno Anderson Bissell Corydon Harrison E. Helsing l42Il F' lf Q7 V Founded, University nf Virginia, IQOIQ Fifty-three Active aw Szgma Thr' Eipszlorz Illinois Alpha Chapter, Established I9I7Q 404 East Daniel Chapters ff" 'Ba , . . ' 'V , J 'QQ J, .9' . .ag- tg. .gt- 'Ink' Members in Faculty GERALD H. COLEMAN. A. B., M. S. RUSSELL H. EWING, LL. B.. A. M. CHARLES E. LANDON, A. M. COLEMAN R. GRIFFITH, Ph. D. LLEWELLYN E. PFANKUCHEN, A. B. 1 Members in University GRADUATES I W. B. COLE, A. B. W. T. PERRY, A. B. Y SENIORS GEORGE M. ANDERS ALTON F. GEHLBACH RALPH O. HOFFMAN HARRY E. AMEY EDGAR W. CLARK THEOPHIL F. HORFER PITMAN Z. SULLIVAN WALTER H. ARENDS E. ALEXENDER CURRY LOUIS J. DIESEL CHARLES MCINTIRE JOHN H. meek oscAR H. coicnm. HORACE M. JOHNSON CHARLES C. PRICE LAWRENCE E. DIMOND JUNIORS JOHN M. MITCHEM MARION F. HACKLEMAN soPHoMoREs JOHN P. DAVIS WILBUR TRUNKEY EDWIN C. KLEIDERER HERBERT M. WEBER FRESHMEN GILBERT C. MOCHEL RAYMOND E. GOEBEL CARL F. BALZER T. NEWALL RAFFERTY RALPH W. HOFFMAN FRANCIS B. STINE MONROE R. HIGGINS FRANK L. MATOUSEK ARTHUR F. ZITZEWITZ JAMES P. MITCHELL, II HARVEY M. RINGLE HENRY FAUL T. CLAY ON PEFFER GORDON M. TRUMAN CALVIN H. BOWERSOX JOHN H. DEAL WALTER C. KURZ ARTHUR B. SCHUMAN X- . . .. . ....N,. -... ...., . . .. V... . ,... ..... .s.. ..... ....... . -....-.....,..-......-..-......-..,.....-- Trunkey Kleiderer Goodrich Davis Faul Peffer Sullivan Clark Hoefer Arends Mitchell Amey Weber I-Iackleman Mitcham Higgins R. 0. Hoffman Dager Johnson Gehlbach Dimond Matousek Mclntire Anders Zitzewitz 0. Goebel Price Balzer Rafferty Mockel Deal Stine Schumm Kurz Ringel Bowersox R. W. Hoffman Diesel Curry R. Goebel l422J Foufnged, SitykCollz-nc . Rhogjhgilpiier, 8 o cw or',19o9: 1 h E 1' 5 Thirle' Active Sigma P tl JMU 1532 Sfufh Eigfih h3P!9l'5 Slrovl EPHRAIM L. BACH EARL GOLDBOSS LESTER N. GROSSMAN BERNARD W. JACOBSON JULIAN ALAND BURREL BARASH WILLIAM W. BENN SEYMOUR ELLISON DAVID FISHER STANLEY FLESCH Member in Faculty IRVING FINEMAN, B. S. Members in University SENIORS NATHAN FRIEDLANDER HAROLD M. GOLDSTEIN CARROL KOHNER LAWRENCE V. ROSFNTHAL JUNIORS NORMAN A. LEVITETZ NORMN A. MILLER LULIUS SIDEMAN HAROLD A. LOWENTHAI. GEORGE E. MITTLEMAN OBERT WEINBERG MILTON MAY LOU SCHWAB soPHoMoREs PAUL I. FELTENSTEIN SEYMOUR P. MAY HERBERT SCHOPNBROD BERNARD WEINSTEIN GILBERT RIBBACK CHARLES OLICHER ORRIN A. LUSTER JEROME M. ROSENTHAL FRESHMEN NATHAN L. GOLAN JOSEPH P. KRONE GERALD E. LEVINSTFIN HAROLD HARRISON CHARLES KAUFMANN ARTHUR MANFIELD CHARLES HOCKMAN RICHARD LOWY MARTIN MILLER GEORGE RABENS Rabcns Fisher M. Miller Ellison Kaufmann Levinstcin Manficld Golan Krone Harrison Burash Flesch Iowy Schwab Weinberg Aland Luster Ribback May Rosenthal Feltcnstein Jacobson Mittlcmnn Sidcman Schoenbrod Hockmwn M. May Kohner L. Rosenthal Fricdlandcr Cohen Goldstein Bach Grossman I.owc-mhzrl L1-vitctz Goldboss NI Miller l423l ,ft I R, Founded, College of the RICHARD E. HASWELL WILLIAM B. MORGAN FRANCIS W. SHARP PERCY A. WASHBURN CAMDEN D. REA EDWIN MCDONALD FOSTER A. SMITH BENJAMIN F. JOHNSTON ARCHIE D. REID Alpha Alpha Chapter, CI fN Ivrk, s 1 Q l Etbl"hd 9: 'Y 0 lE2l'Iy.3w.lC33.- 6 fel lgmd I 135'ElZt'DIl3SI Chapters Street I ADD I ,.-, . :ai I' ev: Members in Faculty HENRY H. nAILEx'.A. sI..c. I-. A. THEODORE L. BENNli'I'T,A. AI. FRED 5. BELL, A. III. JosEI'H R. RAMSER, Hs. QUINCY G. EURRIS, A. E. JOHN l'.TAX'I.OR,A. R. Members in University SENIORS wEsI.Ev INIERERGALI. HGLLIE E. MARTIN ROBERT S.HALE ADFERD D. RADDGH LORIN c. IcocH DON D. RICHMOND WILLIS c. REDDICR CHARLES N. JENKS JUNIORS 'ron R. IIoHoN ERANGIS H. RIULEERRI- FRED Bxzsrow FRANCIS H. ALLAN I.AJoIE I. FOULK THEODORE J. ERENNEIIAN IIIERRILL H. wHITEIxIoRE SOPHOMORES I IosEIfH J.'1'OLSON LERGI' H. SHARI' KENNETH c. TAI-E WILLIAM G. ,IGURDAN wILEuR E, LIADDEN HARRY Iv. BURKART EARL c. WHITE EDWARD E. CGDNER ALFRED A. YOUNG FRESHMEN GLENN D. FLANNIGAN HARRY E. WHITE . JOHN R. I'EARsoN FLOYD H. IIACRI-:r BARTON J' GARDNER RALSTON I.. RUNDQUIST Koch W. Sharp Jenks Morgan Nicbcrgall Martin Rcddigk Haswell Kadoch Hale Foulk Rea Brenneman Allan Bolxon Mulberry Bestow Johnston Jourdan Tolson Richmond McDonald Madden E. White Smith Young Codner Burkart H. Sharp Whitemore Washburn Pearson Rundquist Mackey Reid r Flannigan Gardner H. White l424l ff'-U - ..f I ' ,XL , 4 ' -"' ,ff.. f f..,, . tw, fi, f- 5-,N gf f+ 4 I. 4 ,- ..--.--L ...,. ............ ,,,, .- ..., ..-.-.....,..,. ,.., . . ., . . ....,... .. . ,D - f Eoundefi, Universigy o T - o Eetabffhlzlpgcr, o ennsy vania, :go 5 'sta is e 19191 Thirteen Active d d 308 Armory Chapters Avenue V maggie" "U 391 0 4- .3 in . F 0 If Members in Faculty PAUL MCCLUER, B. S. CHARLES W. KNUDSEN, A. M. Members in University SENIORS ROY E. M,wEs VICTOR INIUDSON MARS M. HORNISH WAYNE E. LYNCH ROBERT E. FISHER W. CLARE CE RAY EDWARD J. KALLINA HOWARD W. MONK SAMUEL 1. RGTTMAYER NORMAN c. MAYER G. GORDON MACKAY GEORGE M. EURRUS JUNIORS ORBAN T. WORKINGER W. ROSS IRWIN KENT V. LEWIS M. MARION MARBERRY C. EUGENE VURSELL KENNETH H. SCHNEPP WILLIAM S. H. JORDAN JAY A. KYLE SOPHOMORES REGINALD E- HARD WILLIAM D. FLYNN JAMES C. WINKLER CHARLES W. FLINN WILLIAM E. POLLARD BENJAMIN w, CAREY CHARLES w. BLACK FRESHMEN ELLIOT E. SMALLY DONALD F. SCI-INEPP ELTON K. HA3RTENBOWER CLINTON W. KNEESSI WILLARD c. STIVER GEORGE COOK WORTH 1-:. N RRIS EMMERSGN L. STANLEY KARL V. KOLLAR HAROLD D. VURSELL ROBERT BARTLETT ROBERT KELLY WILLIAM A. GASH JOSEPH W. HEFTER ROBERT G. TARR l!',f.-V., l1C'1'l':If:TffIffT'ffI'fI1TIfflf 'T "uf f"" ""'A Tiff' 'TT-Q-ffTif'M'f'LTfff.'f'."ifT' '1l,--- ' 'fr z 2 l i iw A . A w' ' L7'---wfff!-lsi-------A"""-"AMEM'----i"'f--"""''LL-I-QLJ-Il---'"'4Ill'--"""'43'-1' 5199- f.i.4:4::....L r"'r " ":.1.:::::g:.::.g.g,..Egg:.1.:gg.g3gg.,.-gg-ggg.gggg4,,,.,.g.,g,.g..-J-----I-ll' I Kneessi Mayes Stiver Cook D. Schnepp Stanley Tarr Robertson Bartlett Gash Hefter Norris Kyle Kollar Hartenbower H. Vursell Smalley Flinn Lewis K. Schnepp Black Winkler Flynn Pollard Monk Workinger Fisher Carey E. Vursell Jordan Marberry Hornish Ray Irwin Judson Kallina Burrus Mayer Mackay Bard A--..,-.,,,,,7'l.1'-X.lj-.,.KT..'1'I.""....,..ILTCIZ' .... ' L., ' ii- 4:4 ,... .g..g ...... A '1:g.ig..g-' "3:431g:gr:.-:r HXCI. H251 i - W., I . 1, ..j,,,f,.j,,M',, 1 . N. .'..,,,. ,, Y VI, A QQ-,FQ 'ff' -' ,n . 1 - . . . if V E-1 it f'3'.'l'Sf?if ' .. Q far t we I . 01' 1 ' ,fm 'ffl'-f-1. .. A4 v,'V f, .NVV M14 gg fv- fylqww W' lfr il? 'J '., Y 1 . f fu"" " '4i'f,' ...4,i,,f N .ffl ' Mia. - f , fr Nw- I 1-ierlf - , . " 'W-I .2 5:1 ' J' - A B - - 1-V" ' .f' V' ' -1 , n . ml' , f.y, A 4 1-fn . 1 ,' J. :g r i -.,.', r 'nfl , L 'iisigu-Rx. . , Niblsih '. if 1 " I U.. ' " z: 'V ' -Z, irq. ., , 5 , -7 . t, - fjffyg . . M H.. IML F. - an- 3 31 . at fl - .Ere A. ,A X . tg 1 . vi ? 1 : fm? 1... -. if - -if- ' , THQ' 'fn ii Z' .. in ' 3 43:1 1 13" H i ight M ,f ii Ziiffi , -'Hal ,il A .14 I, 1 .jf lm ii lv A' rgjlaufv ,-,usIA..-,x-',u1..,r?-A I. 1. ... W . i t Qi El : .A : ' ff' -'......s....,...,.s. ..,. . .,., .f Foltinded, New York o Iwiteltialllfgatgter, n'versity, 1914: k 8 J T Lsta is e I92IQ Fiourteen Active P d Z 406 East Healy Chapters Street +24 CHARLES A. SCHRIEBER ROY W. SCHEYER LEON H. FRIEDMAN JOSEPH KRAVITZ BARNEY I-IAYDEN HAROLD L. PASSMAN iULIUS R. SOBLE IILTON ADELMAN Members in University SENIORS VICTOR H. BLOOM BERNARD BERGER JUNIORS DAVID SPECTOR DAVID L. APFELBAUM WILLIAM B. LEVY SEYMOUR B. LEVY SOPHOMORES DAVID H. ZECHMAN MILTON EISENSTEIN EUGENE FRIDUSS MILTON D. LEVY ABNER KLEIN BERNARD LIEBLING FRESHMEN DAVID B. ROTHSTEIN ' ELY ELMAN IRVING EISENSTEIN CHARLES M. GOLDMAN JEROME M. MALTER LOUIS LEWIS BERNARD MAGES BENLAMIN SACKHEIM HAR Y F. SHAPIRO SIDNEY N. SCHULMAN SAMUEL I. SHAPIRO RAYMOND ERLICH HAROLD S. HIRSH Friedman Kravitz Scheyer Berger Malter Schrieber Bloom W. Levy Apfelbaum S. Levy H. Shapiro Klein M. Levy Friduss Passman Hayden Soble M. Eisenstein Zechman Sackheim Schulman Lewis I. Eiscnstein Mages Erlich Liebling Adelman ' S. Shapiro Elman Hirsh Rothstein Goldman i426J Founded, Union College, 1817: Fourteen Active Delia Thi Tau Chapter, Established IQZUI 1008 South Fourth Chapters Street A -':U'f:':lF g 3.. 1. I ,. Members in Faculty HENRY B. WARD, Ph. D., D. Sc. ARTHUR S. NEVINS, A. B. CHAUNCEY B. SCHMELTZER, M. S. WILLIAM H. RAYNER, M. S., C. E. CHARLES L. STEWART, Ph. D. Members in University SENIORS PAUL R. WILSON SELTZER L. MAULFAIR AUSTIN J. GODDARD ROBERT M. BABBITT, JR. GORDON B. HARRISON WALDO V. BRI'1'I'ON RICHARD H. RADLEY JAMES E. HATCH GEORGE A. MCCAMMON J UNIORS DAVID G. RITCHIE W. GORDON GARRETSON RUSSEL A. CONE RICHARD T. RAYMOND G. CHAPMAN CALDWELL SOPHOMORES FRED W. BRUNKOW LESLIE S. LANE DUKE T. HILL WILLIAM E. SWINEY RICHARD CRABBS ROBERT F. GODDARD WILLIAM T. HUSBAND JAMES E. OWVEN WILBER C. MCCLELLAN EDWARD F. YOUNGER LESTER B. SOMMER FRESHMEN ALBERT E. WILLIAMS RUPERT A. BRUNKOW DAVID D. JACOBS HERBERT W. MUMFORD HARRY W, EKINS AMADOR HOFFMAN ROBERT C. MUNNECKE Jacobs Williams R. Brunkow Ekins Owcn Mumford Munneckc Hoffman Lane Crabbs Husband Hill R. Goddard Caldwell Swiney McClellan Sommer Garretson Raymond Ritchie Younger F. Brunkow A. Goddard Maulfair Radley Hatch Britton Harrison McCammon I427 ll . 'N' .yi . 'ff .Ln Fuginded, College cf T ' ' ' I'si Clltaivtcf, the ity of New Yur ' h f 551113 ister 1920: 'l'wei1ty-tliree Activa- l J 409 East Dzxnivl Clmpters St rut t JEROME G. FINDER MANUEL C. KITE JEROME H. BURGER BERNARD 'I'. HEC!-l'l' CHARLES BLUMISNFELD IRVING BURGER SHERMAN I. DEUTCH STANLEY M. GOLDSTINE ALLAN R. BLOCH JOSEPH L. COHEN JOSEPH L. COHN l ' a ' 0 . .L ' s . l O.. Member in Faculty ABRAM L. SACHAR, Ph. D. M embers in University SENIORS HAROLD I. KLIVANS HAROLD W. SAX ALFRED W. POLLOCK CHARLES SCHWARZ JUNIORS HERIIERT S. KAMIN DONALD KORSHAK SOPHOMORES STANLEY A. HERZMAN BERNARD A. SALZHERG HAROLD A. KITE LOUIS H. SCHWABACHER DANIEL KOHN THEODORE T, SHAFTON HAROLD LEVIN ALFRED SIMONS FRESHMEN BENJAMIN J. GREEN IRVING L. MESSINGER MAIER M. LEVIN JACQUARD H. ROTHSCHILD OSCAR SUTIN DAVID ROSENFELD NATHANI EL RUVELL MILTON SINGER BERTRAN STERN LESTER A. WEINROTT LEWIS R. SUTIN LEROME M. WECHTER OBERT S. REINACH Schwabachcr Green Burger Knmin Goldstinc Bloch Wt-inrolt Shufton Dcutch Rosenfeld Cohn Cohen Wechtcr Rothschild Stern Singer H. Kite M. Levin Kohn H. Levin L. Slltin Messingcr Hecht Korshak Herzman Sax Simons Pollock Klivgms 0, Sutin Schwarz Finder M. Kite Szllzbcrg Blumenfeld l428i I"0lIl1?IYg, Univcrsilb' T D ! T' io: Exist lin-vn o innis. 1920: - lrvvl Om- Active Clmplor d u 6 d Z! .X M .X Members in Faculty AHNER R. KNIGHT, M. E., Nl. S., E. E. WILLIAM M. YOUNG, M. S. BENJAMIN F. CHADWICK, C. E., I,lt'llll'llZll1l, U. S. A. Members in University SENIORS DAVID O. DAWSON, JR, I-IELGE B. NORAIN GLENN C. LAW FRANK O. DUTTON CHESTER O. JACKSON JOHN N. DEMMLER EUGENE F. SCHAD CHARLES H. METZEL ERN!-IST Ii. VEIHL, JR JUNIORS JOHN D. DANIELSON BERNIE A. SHIVELY GEORGE L. DE MENT KEITH D. GAHAN CHARLES WERNER SOPHOMORES WILLIAM C. BLOCK, JR. HARRY E. RYAN KENNETH G. NORTON ALVIN E. HESS SHIRLEY H. ENGI.:E HOWARD C. BRANDON CLARENCE V. WILSON MERRILL M. MAIN JOHN N. HIGGANS ROBERT HENDERSON ROBERT E. STEIN FRANK QUINDRY YLE T. MANLEY ROBERT I.. HUDSON KENNETH W. CARR LEON TRIMBLE FRESHMEN WENDELL AIQAIR GLEN E. CHAPMAN GEORGE MORSE JOHN H. MANLEY NILIL E. HEIRES ROBERT B. LYONS KENNETH CULI' ' .X W A . Erickson Higgans Lyons Adair Wilson Culp Engle Chapman Heikcs J. Manley Hayward Morse L. Manley Main Carr Morton Brandon Hess Werner Trimble Hcdnerson Block Quindry Danielson Jackson Law Metzcl Veihl Shively Dawson DeMcnl Norain Dutton Schad Demmlcr Gilhnh l429J JOHN H. BANDY JAMES H. KAHLERT FRANCIS C. DE SART NATHAN F. FULLER CHARLES H. KINGSBURY JAMES K. FELTS 4. .H Foucncgemgl, University h Eialmllnralglaapter, '0nia,1r: :I'S'I2I1 'Six Agtixic Chagtcfi-s P d Q 4C?7aE2ISIiJ21I1?9IS Street . l A 7:5-ggor ax Members in Faculty WENDELL R. TASCHER, B. S. KENNETH H. MYERS, B. S. Members in University SENIORS REID R. TOMBAUGH PAUL D. KNIGHT RAY E. MORRISON BASIL R. BRUNE CHARLES H. HAWORTH FREDERICK E. KINDERMAN JUNIORS IRVING L. DILLIARD WILFRED S. MYERS NATHAN T. ELLIFF FRED C. HOLLAND D. ROBERT BOWER ORVILLE D. IRELAND HARRY E. SCHLENZ SOPHOMORES VERNON L. HEATH GEORGE M. WOOD J. WILLETT RANKIN FRESHMEN JOHN H. OLWIN NORMAN A. WATSON WILBURT A. MARTIN RUSSELL C. GIBSON RICHARD T. UBBEN HORACE C. BAKER Baker Martin Olwin Watson Gibson Wood Ubben Holland DeSarr Felts Ireland Myers Rankin Heath Elliff Fuller Kingsbury Morrison Bower Dillinrd Kinder man Knight Bru ne Tombaugh Haworth Kahlert Bandy Schlenz Meyer l430l, Sys Founded, University of Illinois, I92I1 One Active Chapter W. A. NOYES, Ph. D., LL. D. SAMUEL W. PARR, Ph. D. THOMAS E. LAYNG, Ph. D. MINER M. AUSTIN, Ph. D. A. EVAN BOSS WILLIAM F. BUNNEY CURTIS C. COONS MICHAEL J. COPLEY ALFRED L. DIXON ALFRED L. ELDER DEFOE C. GINNINGS GLENROY G. GROGAN DONALD L. GUERNSEY CHARLES F. BAILEY JAMES P. BREEN KARL A. FOLKERS EUGENE E. JOHNSTON zzmma Ti 10517021 John - Members in Faculty HARRY C. KREMERS,Ph. D. MANSON . BRADLEI, Ph. D. JOHN H. HEEDY, Ph. D. ROGER ADAMS, Ph. D. RALPH K. HURSH, B. ra. SMITH Ho1K1Ns,1h.D. WORTH H. RoDE1xusn,i1fh.D. CULLEN W. I ARMI.Ll.l., B. S Members in University I GRADUATES ERNEST F. FIOCK CHESTER G. GAUERKE J: ALLEN HARRIS 'LOYD B. HOBART WILLIAM B. HOLTON HAROLD H. JORDAN SENIORS LAWRENCE E. LOHNSON JQULIUS F. MEY 'R AYMOND W. MORGAN JUNIORS JOHN A. CHURAN ANSEL L. COONS ALDEN W. COFFMAN WALTER R. KING LOUIS F. MARTIN JOHN C. MICHALEK JAMES W. NECKERS WILLIAM PAEPLOW . EVERETT J. SHAW FRED T. RANDOLPH KENNETH B. STRONG JULIUS C. RUPP HOWARD A. SMITH SOPHOMORES WALTER KLABUNDE JOSEPH A. ORAREC THOMAS E. PHIPPS, Ph. D DUANE T. ENGLIS, Ph. D. RALPH H. OJEMAN, M. S. EDWARD G. PARTRIDGE LLOYD T. SANDBORN CHARLES F. SCHURCH WAYNE D. STALEY JOHN B. TAYLOR WILLIAM F. TULEY FRANK A. WILEY WILLIAM E. VAUGHN ERNEST G. WALTERS CHARLES H. WOLFF MORTIMER A. YOUKER ELLIOT V. SMITH WALTER H. ZARTMAN WILLIAM D. PARRISH WILLIAM B. THOMAS Strong Morgan Tuley Staley Wiley Breen A. Coons Zartman Walters Gaucrkc C. Coons Randolph Holton Dixon H. Smith Johnson Grogan Parr Krcmers Englis Reedy Hursh Austin Hopkins Parmelee Partridge Coffman Youker Copley Shaw Vaughn Schurch Bunney Michalek Martin Paeplow Lampc Ginnings Sandborn Taylor Thomas Wolff Rupp Parrish Johnston Folkers Klabunde Fiock Jordan E. Smith l431l Foundeg, Riiddlcbury 3 J h Eta Efialgxtsr, ce,r o: ista ise 1911: Twelve Act?x'egCl1n3te2's 6 404 East John Street iff J t 1, Q 1 o " v k ' ' -4.,fE:.' Members in Faculty HUGH A. BROWN, M. S., E. HORACE M. GRAY, M. S. HIRAM T. SCOVILL. A. B., C. P. A. ROBERT D. CARMICHAEL, Ph. D. OTTO GRESSENS, M. S. LAURENCE F. TRIGGS, A. B. EDWARD J. FILBEY, Ph. D., C. P. A. JEROME L. LE MASTER, LL. B., A. M. RICHARD L. WEBB, M. S. Members in University SEN IORS FRANK E. BETTENDORF FRED G. HARRISON THOMAS H. LOGAN THEOREN J. MURVIN GERSHOM U. CARMICHAEL FLOYD M. KENLAY COLLIN W. MCILHENNY ROBERT E. SHAW KENNETH D. CARPENTER EARL N. LOCKARD FRED A. MILLER HAROLD A. VAGTBORG MAX A. WESTON ' JUNIORS HERBERT C. BERTHOLD EDWARD B. DE CROW JOHN G. PIKE LESLIE L. REID HERBERT W. CRYER LATHROP MACK JOHN W. QUEENAN EVERETT B. ROBINSON WAYNE F. TRENKLE SOPHOMORES MELVIN D. COLLINSON EDWARD J. HERZOG JAMES D. McKINLAY LORIN D. WHITTAKER CHARLES H. DAVIS CLYDE W. JOHNSON RUSSEL F. SANDQUIST FRESHMEN HAROLD G. BETTENDORF HARRY W. KRASBERG CHARLES RAINFORD HENNING C. VAGTBORG BROOKS H. DUNCAN EDWARXD E. LINDEROTH WILLIAM L. ROWE THEODORE B. WIESE WILLIAM E. KNICKERBOCKER ROBERT LOCKE ROBERT B. STOHBS V- . ,.,,.-. .... ,.,,, . .... - .... . . i,..e,...,.. ..,. Q..- .... .i....--jfil-vi -N-.,f- K. Q:.:..:,.,...,.. ,.... ...... . .IV.. -..L in .. .,,,,,,,,,, , j, .Cui 3 ,. rf-,, .if ' I . Duncan Rowe Lockard Krasberg Locke Knickerbocker 'Vrlglbofti Wiese Linderoth Stobbs Whittaker Bettendorf Rainford Collinson Berthold Cryer Queenan Davis Herzog Sandquist Reid Trenkle Robinson Mack DeCrow Mcllhenny Miller Shaw Harrison McKinlay Carmichael Kcnlay Carpenter Weston Murvin Logan Vagtborg Pike M321 Founded, College of Charleston, 19043 Twenty-nine Active , Chapters -2' x . ,I Ijfx JOHN C. BROWN HARRIS W. JONES MORRIS B. DODDS LESTER E. LATHROP FRANK W. TEEGARDEN, JR. VICTOR E. BERGHOLTZ WILLIAM B, OLMSTEAD GORDON A. BLAIR ELMER J. FURNESS X, ..,, ,, - Ti Kgzppa Thi Members in Faculty MAX LAMPERT, A. B., M. D. WILLIAM J. PUTMAN, M. S. VIRGIL R. FLEMING, A. M. LAWRENCE J. NORTON, Ph. D. Members in University SENIORS EARL P. WELLS LISLE W, IXIENZIMER BYRON O. HOUSE KIRK A. WERDEN J UNIORS BASIL D. FOWLER MARTELL E. THOMPSON HORACE W. MCCOY THOMAS W. WINTON SOPHOMORES FRANKLIN W. IIUCHER ALBERT J. DU BOIS,gR. ROBERT C. REED GEORGE A. CHRONI FRESHMEN ROBERT M. RIGGS VAN TYLE W. SANDERSON MELVIN A. MCCOY HAROLD A. WILSON . I rx W V- A Ilpsilon Clmpler, Iistziblislierl X92 1 g 106 Ezisf Green Street SNYDER E. HERRIN CHARLES V. TALLEY GEORGE N. WICKHORST KENNETH W. KUHL JOHN A. SPEER RICHARD A. WILLIAMS EUGENE J. ULLEMEYER PERCY C. EVERET1' JOE N. MOORE ERWIN J. SCHREIBER .. A ' I l I-L,Q.L1ZQK.gL..LZ-Ll'.L.IJ.L-.LL.JL..L.L,.,,.....s-g,..,..,....L.g..-...,,, ........ -- .,..... 1 f.Q-,,,N " ' f 1 ,,,,. .Q,......LL.,Q.- .... ......L... .... ,f..f.. ,,.. . .... -,. WW., ,,.. L... ..........-,.................. " -- Olmstead Blair M. McCoy Reed Chronis Furness Duncan Schreiber Sanderson Moore Wilson Everett Fowler Bucher Riggs Teegarden H. McCoy Thompson Ullemeyer Dodds Williams Kuhl Speer Bergholtz Winton Wells Jones Talley Wickliorst Werden House Herrin Menzimer Lathrop l433l Gamma Chapter F d d S h QA h Established rgzzyg GEFVQLIJTQTSS? 7 Kfd ID Ll 412 East Green sum Four Active Chapter. CLIFFORD S. HALL H. CARSON HARRIS MERRILL H. JOHNSTON ELLIOTT L. ARNOLD CARL A. BELL ORVILLE E. FRY DONALD W. CHAPMAN REGINALD H. JOHNSTON MARCUS ADDERTON WILBER .ALEXANDER ROSSLYN ARMBRUSTER WILLIAM W. JOHNS L, ..., 1 -,-- ' 'r., . Gb A ' nf ix -. 5 " ' U L' 3, ff ll! 1. L-1.1: -5. Members in University SENIORS GEORGE F. KEEN GEORGE L. MURRAY EDWARD F. KOEPKE MILTON POLLACK CHARLES T. LINDNER DELBERT S. SUTTON JUNIORS HAROLD B. HIXSON CARL L. LOVING CHARLES L. HOPPER THURSTON R. LUNDEBERG LAWRENCE KELLER, JR. G. LESLIE OLSON SOPHOMORES JOHN A. RENNE HAROLD H. RICE FRESHMEN KEATH KING BENKJAMIN I. NORWOOD HOMER V. LUNDEBERG VIN ENT C. O'LEARY HAROLD O. NORMAN JOHN R. ORNDOFF J. LEROY WILLIFORD WILLIAM J. WYKE THEODORE H. RANDECKER ARTHUR M. RUBECK GEORGE C. REDEKER ERNEST M. REARICK HAROLD A. SEIDER PAUL YOUNG WEBB OVERPECK MYRON E. SEIDER HAROLD C. STRUCK SCOTT THOMAS Amold Hixson H. Scider Williford Rubeck Bell Chapman Fry Ranecker Wilhite I-Iarris Keller Keen Koepke Murray Wyke M. Johnston Linder Sutton Hall Snader Olson Hopper T. Lundvbefli Lovins Redeker Thomas Alexander King Young Norman Rice O'Leary Struck H. Lundeberg Orndoff Overpeck Johns M. Seider Adderton Armbruster H. Johnston Rearick Renne l434l Founded, Rensselaer v Alpha Ileta Chapter, Polytechnic Institute, 8 Z Established, 19221 1864: Twenty-seven zrz East Chalmers Active Chapters Street ROY C. HAGEMAN VERNON R. HORN RICHARD N. JONES ELMER F. DENEKE DEXTER W. GOLDTHORP HOWARD S. BENNETHUM GEORGE B. KECK .I MAURICE CHANNING CARL W. FEICKERT ' 4. .wg fv "":., :U 'ggi ca' . - u -Q, E332 1, 4-A ' Lrl'M': "fi:-" Members in Faculty HORACE J. MACINTIRE, B. S., M. M. E. WILLIAM H. LYCAN, B. Members in University SENIORS HAROLD B. KELLY PHILIP W. JONES JUN1oRs J. M. CLINE ARTHUR E. RICKETTS ANDREW M.1vEs MARVIN G. Roucu N. O. ALEX KLEERUP GEORGE WOLFRAM SOPHOMORES ERNEST H. LARSON LLOYD PFINGSTEN RUDOLPH F. LOTZ DONALD E. SHAFER FRESHMEN PHILIP H. KAMMANN FRANK A. MAPEL JOHN KURZENKNABE R. RANDALL MAGEE ARTHUR P. WILKENING FRANKLIN W. WOELTGE RICHARD E. BENDER RAYMOND W. AYERS CHARLES E. STROMBERG WILLIAM J. WALTERS IOHN O. PATTERSON KARL E. ROENIUS KENNETH L. SCHROEDER Magee Schroeder Roenius Kammann Kelly Channing Walters Pfingsten Bender Kurzenknabe Patterson Feickert Mapel Ricketts Shafer Wolfram Rouch Bennethum Larson Stromberg Goldthorp Keck Lotz Deneke Ives Cline Ayers KICCFUD ' Hageman Horn R. Jones Woeltge P. Jones Wilkening i4s5l .' ".,...f- -A.' -----HW-...VW-.-. .....Y ..,..-.... . . .... ,W ,,,. , . . ,., ,,.,.,,,,,,, . . I F"u3E1fil:.fiEQVf5ii2f rzppez 1 dll! Edd 5?f2J?'S'G'ee" Onc Active Chapter DONALD R.J0l'1iNSON ALBERT H. PAU .. JR. HAROLD A. SHIRELIFFE GEORGE M. BUTZOW HENRY W. KELLAR EUGENE W. SCOTT CARL A. JOHNSON RALPH M. SEATON "WN .rf ' Member in Faculty RICHARD li. GOULD, B. S. Members in University SENIORS uonram' w. Koch mzouula NASEIZF L. D1zFoRlcs'r HUNT luwmoxn G. vnA'r'r JUNIORS mvm w. covm' Mmuanrrn la. MCKNIGHT CLARENCE M. PEEIELES wAm'nR 111. STRAUB SOPHOMORES mcnmm F. uA11.1cv cHA1u.nas L, cA1.mv1a1.L FRESHMEN mzkvr. ra. swrxxsox Jmuxss BATES 4-1 '77'T""'H"'h"""" 'iii' t . .fr1ffrri1':1'::jj2'fj::fr'g:yg . .. fr'-1 .. . , cAsmr:R zA1.r:wsKI ARGYL14: JONES ouvnuc H. BROWN VERNON L. PHELPS LEO N, JOHNSON FRED S. MORSE FLOYD M. KELLAR HERBERT G. HAHN WOLCO'l"l' DERBY HARRY S. KILLIAN V - .- ..-.-..-.--4 . ,Q-Ny, " 'K X Q., f' - N ,N . "X' 41-'........' ' " .............,....'.." ...-.....L-...,I.'..g...g.4L.LI.L'.IJ A"w"N Lili' "" ' "" i"'.NI.1'7"-4:-V-v-'Q rf LAL- 1' '14, " wggg',1,g,4ijVgjS...1.' Koch jones Znlewski Phelps Naseef Pratt McKnight Hunt Straub Paul L. johnson Baird Shireliffe Scott Morse H. Kellar Covey Butzow Caldwell Peebles D. Johnson Bailey F. Kellar Bates Seaton Hahn C. Johnson " K -4- M- - H.. .......,, . mv... .. . . .,. , ..,.,,,,4, t, 'X .aa l436l --0.-Mfwfw ,... r Founded, New York University, I901Q Thirty-six Active Chapters EARNEST L. BOGART, Ph. D. ESSEL R. DILLAVOU. A. B. J FRANK C. DICKINSON, A.'M'. Delta Szggmai 791' Upsilon Chapter, Established 1922: 405 East Green Street . ,W . 'MQQ3-V951 'YM' " Ml? uv' . '13 X -4 lfgl -.'Cg'.mIi 's.sMe2 4' A--A f ' -or N 4 -0 Members ine Faculty AUDLEY E. PATTON, Ph. D. CHARLES F. SCHLATTER, M. S., C. P. A. D. EDWARD FILRERG, Ph. D., C. P. A. GORDON WATKINS, Ph. D. Loms o. 4os'r1zR, M. s. FRENCH F. WOLFE, Ph. D. Members in University GRADUATES WALDO G. MUELLER J. MCMANUS SENIORS FREDERICK C. z1zL'rMAN FRANK srrgtguar AUSTIN J. ODDARD JAMES B. surm CLIFFORD C. DE LONC EUGENE s. Mom. BOYD C. STEPHENS PHILIP LARMON WILLIAL A. BRUCE HERBERT T. OWEN E. C. BARKER WARD PRITCHARD ,.l ADAM W. LOVE DONALD A. SNYDER EDWARD H. DE VRY OREN G. BISHOP KENNETH D. CARPENTER WILLIAM MORRISON DELAWARE HARRISON FRANK M. TAYLOR ROGER E. HOPKINS GEQRGE REID LY E R. ALLEN SYLVESTER J. MARLAIRE JUNIORS WILLIS J. TEWKSBURY ROBERT E. BRUCE WILLIAM F. PHIPPS LESTER G. BROOKMAN CHARLES LETHEN JOHN W. OUEENAN WILLIAM A.TOATES C. RODNEY BOYTON SOPHOMORES CHARLES WEBBER IRA T. MAUPIN FRESHMEN I. COLE MOORE . GEORGE FORSTER . I. .,.. , -R.-H X of, , ROBERT W. KOCH FRED L. HARBEGGER TED J. WARD MILTON T. SWENSON DONALD R. OHNSON DAVID 0. DAWSON DAVID A. GILLESPIE S. N. TAYLOR P. J. SWENSON CORNELIUS S. KEMP ROBERT M. BLISS WILLIAM D. STANSIL EUGENE GOEBEL LAWRENCE ROYER S.-.f-Ae-f""--...,........-.................--..........-........... ..........,.. .....,......... ........,....... .. ..L...........,, . so R tu M , l ,V Goddard Koch Moore Kemp Stephens Qucennn Forster Pritchard Keyser Gillespie Ilruce Tozttes Stansil Goebel Owen Smith Larmon Taylor Swenson Brookman Harrison Phipps Bruce Love Ward I Dawson l Boynton Barker Smith Bishop DeLong Snyder Hopkins Maelzure Morrison . Carpenter Zeltmun johnson Reid Moll Habbegger l437l Founded, University of Illinois, I913Q Two Active Chapters .ARTHUR JAMES R. MARTIN GEORGE W. HADLOCK HAROLD JAMES G. CEKAL JERRY J. svlzc HAMILTON 0.1-IALE GLEN C. ANDERSON HARRY G. HUDSON fella UYQDIZQ Epfzfefz , I+ E255 Members in Faculty B. MAYS, A. M. HENRY MACNEILL EGBERT M embers in University SENIORS FREDERICK F. BUTTERFIELD' R. EARL NORRIS BURDETTE M. DAVIS HAROLD G. MASON JUNIORS J. HAZEN ARTHUR C. WEICK ROBERT SOPHOMORES C. FREDERICK GEBHARDT FRANCIS M. COLLINS ROBERT L. RATCLIFFE GEORGE C. GAIRING HOWARD W. GIEST JOHN H. BASSLER F RESHMEN EDGAR W. HARRIS GEORGE T. WEICK HENRY A. FREEMAN OLIVER D. BARRON Y Alpha Chaamter, Establishe IQZSQ 61 East Green Street E. NEARPASS, B. P. HARRY G. MOSONNIER ROBERT W. R SENE J. LEGGETT KENNETH K. KEPLER ERIC G. PEARSON EVERETT B. NEVILLE ..f '- Kepler Leggett Mason Hazen Martin Rosene Davis Mojonnier Butterfield Norris Hadlock Gebhardt Svec Gairing Pearson Collins Hale Bassler Cekal Geist Ratcliffe Hudson Fregman Han-is Barron Neville Andersen Weick i438l Founded, Cornell University, x8Qo: Thirty-one Actlve Chapters ,ff CHARLES M. THOMPSON, Ph. D., LL. D. ANANIAS C. LITTLETON, A. M., Delta Chr' Members in Faculty PAUL C. TAYLOR, B. S., M. S., C. P. A. LAWRENCE P. SIMPSON, A. B., J. D. C. P. A. J. HOWARD BEARD, A. M., M. D. JOHN S. CRABTREE CHARLES E. KASSEL PAUL J. THOMA KIMBALL S. BULLARD VICTOR L. FERRETTE JACK G. CHATTEN 'RESTON CLINE HERBERT H. EDWARDS HAROLD LARSEN Members in University SENIORS VERNE L. HAHNEMAN EARLE HAZELIP JUNIORS JAMES F. WALSH VIRGIL MANES J. GODDARD BELCHER THEODORE C. SCHOTT SOPHOMORES W. RALPH MERRILL PAUL A. LAMB CLINTON F. SWENSON A. BLAIR FRENCH FRESHMEN LE MARR OGLETREE GEORGE W. PYOTT HAROLD R. HUBBS RANDAL LIGHTBODY EDGAR F. LANE MICHAEL H. GORSKI ERIC MENZ ROY M. ROBINSON HAROLD H. HAMEISTER VOODNEY MILLIS MARVIN SEGO Illinois Chapter, Established 1925, zxo East John Street MERLIN H. HUNTER, A. M., Ph. D. BENJAMIN A. STIRITZ. B. S., M. PHILIP L. TAXON MARC OGLETREE ELDON L. DE COSTED ROSCOE E. MENZ S. IRVIN W. SCI-IOENINGER Ji RUSSELL SHRADER USSELL TURNEY WILFRED WIRTH C.ALDEN VHITE Sega Schott Lamb Hazellp Swenson Turney Crabtree MHYICS B0lCh9l' Thompson Hahneman McGurren Thoma Walsh M. Ogletree Gorski Hubbs Merrill Menz French Bullard SCh00niDg0r DeCosted Ferrettc Larsen Millis Edwards Chatten L. Ogletree Lightbody Pyott Robinson Sh,-ader Cline l439l Founded, University v Gamma GIannEii I d of Vermont, 19181 , 3 Chapter usta is ic Eleven Active l Z! 6 H 19231 1 Io East Green Chapters Street HAROLD G. CHALLMAN EXOHN W. RAYNEY 'EITH W. MCHENRY JOHN C. KUHLEMEYER CLIFFORD G. MARX VICTOR L. SMITH DARRELL i!iTIPPETT MAX L. JO NSON CARL H. ZWERMANN ,r "J 2 Q 'QM J Y' .A i:afLif'.p," Member in Faculty LLOYD K. MILLER, B. S. Members in University SENIORS GEORGE l'1.'l'AYI.OR PARK RICHMOND JUNIORS LYLE H. MCCALEB HARRY ADLER LARRY F. KAHL CARL PURCELL SOPHOMORES DONALD R. BLAIR DONALD E. PETERSON WALLACE A. FANNING FRANK S. MOYER FRESHMEN PAUL A. MALUM EUGENE FITZ ALBERT W. KRUEGER RAYMOND SIEBEL EDMUND ROBERTS DONALD GROVES JAMES L. DUNCAN ERVEN F. SANDHERR KARL H. KOROPP CLARENCE R. BURRELL GERALD F. PAULEY ROBERT WYATT GILBERT H. WERNER FRANK MORRISON CHARLES BALL RUSSELL A. PRICE ARNOLD M. HAHN ' ' ,-Vs..-' --'1.,,.,,..,,,,,,,--,,.-...-..,,...-..........,-.......,- ,. , , W., ,.,,., ,,,-.,.,,,,,,,, , x,,,,,A,WmM,n ' ' ' ' " ' "' " "-'M , .,.. ..,...,. .... .-.......-.-...... .... ............................. .... ..-....,...-......, McHenry Blair Marx Peterson Sandherr Burrell Taylor Pauley Challman Duncan Koropp Werner Rayney Kuhlmeyer Richmond Purcell Tippett Roberts Fanning Fitz Price Groves Morrison Moyer Wyatt Zwermann Hahn Malum Smith Ball Siebel Johnson McCaleb Adler Krueger l440l r . ,. . . Y. . ii ii 1, 5, ff' '- J If' Jw 3 I ,f ,' J J1 ,. My ,Q 3. ,.-ff . t..-..f, - Q . 1 .3 L., HQ: V: ' M, V .X W J, If . v gli. J, . 4 1 ---ff Jw' x ' f'- .", A-All 1 . " N1 J ,, J "E, limi? E I ' 4. l 2 ' il ,file A ll lily Q A l' J-lffii . il li if l M,",.1""j:g-""""""""' ' ' '11:g1..:.g.:, -:4.1QLLZL1Z..L.. ""' Llisllliiiiii N- H-Ii " . A 'Q' 1 lj! , Wx" W F a d,1. if h h , U.1:2..2., fl eta Kqppa z W Seven Active Chapters J J,f: i f 9' . L J' r.-nj 1 .f .-Q .5 I 'yi' fl FA: J 'mil 5-- 'A Q 9 . X , QVVXNI 4 g ..:v U . A. iff!! Members in Faculty CORNELIUS Roficeemz, cam., U. S.,A. RAYMOND F. DvoRAK,R.s. 5 J iff, Members m Unwerszty Y J' 2. g SENIORS I ff if PAUL A. BADEN EDWARD L. BERLEMAN VINCENT P. MAIER 5 WALTER c. SHEA ARTHUR c. Tosm'r1 JOHN W. MAUER 1 - A lifig v JUN1oRs I' FRANCIS JJVCHRISTENSON "A-f' WARREN . KRIEBEL 1,5 ' ,fn 'J 1 ALEXANDER E. FITZGERALD FRANCIS S. FLICK MARK J. CROSSETT THOMAS J. DAVIS . M: J I 1 1 'J F SOPHOMORES limi. JOHN M. DUNFORD JOHN c. ENNIS PERCY c.ToB1N y JOHN T. MURPHY -'ARL w. KERNS DAVID J. TWOMEY A .A A HoMAs D. WITT EDGAR M. DUTOUR FRANCIS A. CZAPASKI ,.:.'.. ' I .l l fi: 5 lr'-1' FRESHMEN 5 A J S il EDWARD D. BARRY ALOIS . WELZENBACH DONALD T. LAENHARDT 3.51-X. ll JAMES I-I. DEVINE PAUL . BYRON AMES C. OLLIFFE 15? .4 AMES D. KRIEBEL EDWARD E. ELTERMAN RANCIS E. CONNELL v R!! J JOHN J. MCINERNEY H Delta Chapter, Established 1923: 206 East Green Street HENRY P. WALSH ALBERT H. VONDENBOSCI-I CLIFFORD A. BERGER DAVID E. RILEY CARLYLE J. COASH EDWARD W. JOCHIM HARLEY M. LEGERE EMMETT J. PARE ROGER CONNERTY Willie .Iwi xr-we ,J-r,,,:1i:.,Aj ,,,,, -,i1,,,,,, giijf'-W, M, ,,,,,,,,-,,in1"""-v"'ieps?"Tgi""TT"TT' 'if f5"""" ""11f'I 'll' V fi lx llc ff '45 gli1E'2.:J ll ill? K' 1 iii' ! N AS I lil? All l 'ly i l XFN: , A ' 'l 1971, 1 'QL 1 JM? i All . I iii! be JN v iw l A fff.er'cyi31':ab ,R 'sm ................,.-.-.-.--.H.--,----.-.--- . . - M-, ,, M M A ,A lx?w"'l,'R3lV0 Lwqfg. 4. H Y - -'-rj' - 1 ,I Vondenbosch Crossett Maier Mauer Shea Tosetti Flick I Davis Kerns Murphy Berleman Baden Ray Fitzgerald Walsh Witt Christenson Dunford W. Kriebel Elterman Connerty Devine Laenhardt Dutour Berger Mclnerney Ennis Welzcnbach Tobin Murphy T1 Barry Coasch Riley J- Kfiebgl Byron LeGere Jochim Connel Parc Olliffe Czapaski E '-2'fr-Q.. ...L by ---fA--375:-klT7i77T-77-I-T-7i3fl2lT.7.Il !Il"""A"I"""''ifflllilll-S221..LIILITLjLLI,jj'1i1T""" """"',,,.7, f j'fj,Zi1l. Q ,,,.m'2"Q i44III l....L, Founded, Northwestern TZ' Delta Chapter, University, I9t5: Established 1923: Ten Actlvc- Chapters ' 505 East Green Street vaqhifliti 1 Sig. S 55 A . ' :. fr I 5 Member in Faculty REXFORD NEWCOMB, B. S., A. M., M. Arch., A. I. A. Members in University SENIORS LEWIS H. BOND ' FRANK B. POWERS ROBERT S. CANNON EDWARD E. BRAZNELL ARTHUR W. HAWLEX BENJAMIN G. POAG WILLIAM J. LANG JOSEPH T. LEWIS DONALD B. KIRSCH AWRENCE A. WILLCOX J UN IORS PAUL A. BALBACH LYMAN B. KIMMEL DAN SMITH GEORGE W. FLINT FREDERICK M. CLARKE LESLIE W. WINSAUER JOHN C. CRISSEY LAWRENCE C. KING GEORGE F. VERPLANK SOPHOMORES HARRIS H. BLIXEN ELMER W. PFEIFFER LESTER J. JONES FRESHMEN EDWARD A. KREBAUM MASON J. CLARKE JOHN T. PIPER LESTER W. BAIRD CHESTER E. BLOME l Piper Smith Clarke King F. M. Clarke Krebaum Baird Blome Pfeiffer Balbach Flint Lang Kimmel Blixen Crissey Winsauer Verplank Jones Lewis Bond Kirsch Pong Braznell Hawley Cannon Powers Willcox l442l Founded, University of Illinois, 19231 One Active Chapter CLARENCE D. CHARLTON HARVEY W, HOLMBERG MILWARD 12. ADAMS JOHN F. GREEN JACK G. CARSON HAROLD J. BLUHM 1:07 South Third Street 1 v li ff 'Q wx :Q Q 9- ra 0, Y Wai 'K -,O Members in University SENIORS FRED K, COATES WILLIAM C. O'BRIEN JOSEPH E. PEHLMAN FRANCIS W. MADISON ,TUNIORS MERNER B. CALL CHRISTIAN W. PLANJE ELMER JOHNSON FREDERICK C. EXTER GEORGE A. LACKEY SOPHOMORES GORDON R. CLOSE CLIFFORD VAN DYKE WILLIAM B. CHENEY HAROLD E. LAWRIE FRESHMEN HULLMAN E. BROWN RUSSELL A. PERRY ARNOLD E. WOLGAST Pehlman Charlton Holmberg Call O'Brien Cheney Planje Carson Exter Green Adams Van Dyke Close N Brown Wolgast Lawrie Perry Lackey f443I Foundlxl, Univcrsily of Illinois. IQZJI Ont' Activa' Clinptvr WALTE THURSTON H. BAXTICR RALPH K. DUPEE HORACIC T, PHIPPS R, WAYNE ALLISON CLARENCE D. CHRYSLER JOHN C. ZIMMERMAN WILLIS M. FOSS MILTON J. INGEMAN N-... .Ji rl N fri? ff'-i Delia Szgmez Tau I a2ii13.i3'..f51'2.i':f'.. N ., - , . - .W w b ...i Qzprgrmlgi Members in Faculty 9 3. zxo Eau! Green Street. R V. BALDUF, Ph. D. H. R. BRAHANA, Ph. D. C. L. METCALF, D. Sc. Members in University SENIORS CLARENCE A. BEATTY GLENN S. RANDALL WALTER ILNICKOI. RAY ZINGREBE JUNIORS WILFRIED MCCORMICK JOHN O. EPHGRAVE SOPHOMORES HARRY S. CREDE EVERETT H. MARINE FRESHMEN EDGAR NICKOL A. DONALD TAYLOR DAVID A. DINSDALE SAMUEL PAPANEK, JR ROYAL W. WASCHAU ROBERT R. KIMBELL CLEM G. PHIPPS GORDON R. TITUS CLARENCE C. MOSS ARTHUR EBERHARDT NORMAN NOVY A W.. ... .. ...... ,... ,..... .... -.......W .... ,...... .. - .. . .. . . . ,. . ,.-.---.-.............-,.-,..................................,...........,....,,.f Randall Baxter Waschau Chrysler Allison Titus Dupee Papanck Beatty H. Phipps Kimbell Dinsdale Zingrebc C. Phipps Ephgrave Zimmerman Crede Eberhnrdt Murine W. Nickol Ingeman Taylor Foss Novy E. Nickol Moss l444l Founded. University Of1llinois,19z4: Four Active Chapters LAURICNCE M. L.-XRSON, l'lI. ll. Beta Til. "yi " 7 uf 41 Members in Faculty FRANK IC. RICHART, M. S., C. l-I. Members in University Alpha Chupler, l'2stzIblislIecl X924 709 South Secnnrl Sl. HOWARD li. DICGLI-IR, N. li. SENIORS JOHN J. RROWNLEE l'I'I'l'l-IR II. MANION JOHN T. SOANLON v. WILLIAM WALLIN I.EsI.IIf1 I.. LARSON IYAI.I.AcI-: A. AIITCHI-:I.I. HARRY O. STEARNS, JR. JUNIORS EARL E. DAVIES CHARLES T. RIAs'I'IcRsON GICORGIC TOWNSI-:NIY RAYMOND s.wAT'1s EDWARD O. KRUEGI-:R MILES H,'l'HOMAS JOHN I.. SHEEHY RONALD P. WATTS IIAUI, R. STANLEY RALPH W. KLUGE SOPHOMORES ' DUDLEY L. DEWEY IIANII-:I, R. LYON Cl-lARLl-IS R.Ml'1NCH CARI. v. NELSON HENRY G. KIICERA EDWARD Is. NOEL FRESHMEN W. EDWARD EOSTELIIIANN RALPH E. IvA'I'I4:RHOusE I-:DWARD ALIIRIOHT GORDON v. MEAD CARTER M. DEWEY IRA H. LYON RAYMOND G. MIHM JOSEPH RICH ALBERT HOFFMAN IRWIN W. IHAI-IACI-:R HOWARD J. NEIIECR . .M N V 1. . A AWWA ,. .. Mhxl. . .fm ,......---....................-...-............,,,...-.... .... .... ..L.. .. . . ,. - - - .. . .. , . I Riclmrt Townsend Nelson Thomas D. Lyon Kucera Krueger Noel D. Dewey R. S. Watts Dcglc-r C. Dewey I. Lyon Bostelmann Mahncek Mead Mihm Mench Hoffman Nc-beck Mzlsterson Brownlee R. P. Watts Mitchell Davies Wallin Larson Munion Stearns Scanlon K l44sl RALPH A. BERKOWITZ LEO D. HALPERIN SIDNEY M. ROSENBERG BERNARD GENIS DAVE DAVIS MAX ABRAMOVITZ IRVING V. GOLDBERG - Z' "IC,- E55 :cl -me wg?- wr: QW? mb... r: E225 2202 M ID-'LI Q, S ?3"E'E 5313-0 sag .. ri'- eng :-'H' F-'H 9-A 331391 5711919 3 fc , . . , If M embers in University GRADUATE IRVING V. COHEN, B. S. SENIORS HAROLD M. BRILL SIDNEY W. MANDEL J UNIORS WILLIAM S. LIPMAN PAUL H.TARTAK HAROLD X. SHELLOW SAMUEL M. FRIEDLANDER SOPHOMORES WILLIAM ROVENS MAX J. SATIN MORRIS HILL BERNARD BENJAMIN FRESHMEN RICHARD FROHMAN EDWARD PRICE GEORGE GOLDSTEIN SAM GROSSMAN CHARLES C. GROSSMAN RAYMOND J. SOLOMON HAROLD S. LAPPEN MAURICE W. KLEINMAN SOL WICZER 1Rv1NG MAYER LOUIS MILLER U .I Lipman Tarlak Davis Mandel Gcnis Berkowitz C. Grossman Lappen Rovens Rosenberg Miller Halperin Satin Kleinman Cohen Fricdlander Brill Solomon Shellow Froh man Hill Wiczcr Abramovilz Goldstein Goldberg Benjamin Mayer S. Grossman Price l446l Founded, Inter-fraternity Conference x 2 . 9 33 Twelve Active Chapters WILLIAB CHARLES B. BUSSEY MERWIN E. POTTER CARL C. BRAUN WALTER M. EDWARDS CHESTER O. SMITH DONALD P. AYRES ROBERT M. FRANCIS ROBERT A. DEWSBERRY Theta U pszlofz Omega '.2s'5f..f:1:z'.r.322S're" PQ... n ,A 5 . Z. " Q 4 cf .fgi nz Last Green treet Members in Faculty I B. NEVENS, Ph. D. THOMAS E. OLIVER, Ph. D. MAX D. ENGLEHART, B. S. Members in University SENIORS THOMAS K. HULL BRADLEE PRUDEN CLARENCE E. MASON HARRY H. ZEIGLER JUNIORS RICHMOND T. BATTEY PAUL C. SMITH CLAUDE B. DAVIS WILLIAM A. FREEMAN RALPH W. WOOD FRANK A. MATTESON RAYMOND B. WEBB SOPHOMORES RALPH B. PATCH FRANKLIN LINCOLN CHARLES D. MCDANIELS PIERRE A, BEZY HAROLD W. BISCHMAN ALFRED E. ST. PETER FRESHMEN KENNETH W. MOSHER OLIVER M. JOHNSON LARENCE W. LARSON HOWARD X. REECE i Webb C. Smith Potter Mason P. Smith Bussey Braun Edwards Patch Davis Pruden Battey Hull Matteson Zeigler Reece Ayres Francis Bezy Bischman Freeman Johnson Lincoln Larson Dewsberry Mosher St. Peter i447i Foundxtig, University of T l ? . 63 Z Eggallilishqgl 19225 1scons'n.1 2IQ 1 . 8 '. t n 't ct Four ActivcIClm3ters 6 1 D2-lla Fllnlwlii, rc Sim ' ,.w'f'fn. .49 Ol fa' 'P 55. ' 3 '6 9. 'V 'Q - 'Q '. .tg Q 'rg '. ,,..l Members in University SENIORS ALVIN ANDERSON CARL E. BORKLUND LOUIS R. DOUGLAS ERNEST R. BRAUNER H. L. BUCKARDT ERICH M. SOBOTA JUNIORS DONALD I-LVBAUM RANDOLPH M. PETERSON ALFRED M. SWANSON MERVIN O. SVENDSEN SOPHOMORES MARSHALL S. HOWARD RICHARD W. WORLD FRESHMEN JERROLD E. ALBRIGHT E. ALAN CLUTS MELVIN C. SWAN EDGAR A. HOWARD GRANT F. OLSON WALTER E. OTT JOHN M. WATTS AXEL F. PETERSON EARL F. RONNEBERG LUDWIG M. WATNE V 5 A . -- YU- --- --Y-- . , . H . I, Y Q W nu-H Y -AA M V . N.. ... . . . . -T ,Y W ---- - ---.M-N .... -.........- ...,...,......-.....,- ..,, ,.,. ..-..,,.. 1 -- . MM., A, M, ,,,,, h 5 " -' -'--' '- 'r ' A" 'rr W f H Y N... .. .. . ..,. . , . .,...... .... ......,.,,..... ,.N...,.. . ..,...-.....-...--,.........f Anderson Watne Swanson R. M. Peterson Ronncbcrg World E. Howard I Olson Ott Cluts Swan M. Howard A. F. Peterson Albright Watts Svcndsen Borklund Buckardt Douglas Brauner Sobota I 448 l , Founflfg, University Q-A - T 306 West Green 0 'n '.', 2x1 Street O..,r.l'i.f.:'e.:.a,.z.. pluz Szgma au Q l' ' . x WS W ll 2: 3 we 8 . ' -ms We- ' lz ' Members in University SENIORS EARL R. GARRISON SYLVESTER H. JOHNSON JOHN W. SCHAFF FRANK C. PARR - JUNIORS RAYMOND H. BOERUP OSCAR E, WAGNER LOUIS A. LOWENSTI-IIN JOHN E. KELL CLELL D. COLEGROVIC GEORGE D. CARTER HARRY M. WYATT HENRY H. NELSON RAYMOND C. KUHN HARRY H. CORDES FRANCIS G. CLARK soPHoMoREs CLARENCE E. JUTKINS WENDELL R. PRICE ...xx 1 ly .- , ... ..-,. ...,... ,-, .....-, ., . ....-,, ..., ..-U . .-..k.. . .. ...XY-,, -.,. .,...-,-, ,. ., ,- .. ,.,.,. .,, . , ., V 1 X, .4 QQ4, , A ,, , , .V ... ,.. Y . N vff, .. . V. v ,, , ,.,,-,, ,,-,........ . W. . ...., ,... . , 5 '7 ,.,,,.-.....E , ,,, , . W N. Nelson Price Kell Lowenslein Bocrup Cu rlvr Wagner Colegrove Garrison Johnson Schaff Parr Wyatt Jutkins Cordes Clark Kuhn ,E M, ,A M, .. .,.. . -.- .,.,.-- .. .. ., l449l . ,.,.1 . -....,-..............-...,..........,..........,..-, .., . .-,....... ,.-. -...-... ,.,., -.....,..,. f- '..-,....,,....,.,....--.,. , ..A..,.,.-. ...,....,-.., ,....... -.....,...,,. ,.........--.... .., . .. ... 4 A--1' Founidfg. University ? - N B 5005 South Second o inois, 1 2 5 1 t One Active Chgpttr Z! me .5 1 AQ' Q 'YQ 7 ' 4 IIPNB 19- Q Q- Q .Q QQ. 'Q' ng? Members in Faculty WILBERT KARRENBROCK, A. B., M. S. CHARLES G. HOWARD, A. B., J. D. PAUL C. TAYLOR Members in University SENIORS CHESTER E. COTTINGHAM WALLACE s. RoErNsoN CARL w. LAUER OLIVER L. RAP? ARTHUR SKELTON JUNIORS CHARLES J. FOSTER THEODORE F. LEJEUNE PERLEY T. LUPTON SOPHOMORES KENNETH N. ANGLEMIER CLARENCE H. BAKER CARL J. BERENS ERWIN A. KOCH CHARLES F. HALL ALFRED G. HEINZE KENT L. DRAKE FRESHMEN ROBERT K. ARUNDALE EUGENE P. BAKER DONOVAN S. MYERS WILLIAM F. KELLER RAYMOND L. DECKER LEROY F, GRIFFITH WILLIAM L. CARROLL Griilith Keller Arundnle Bercns Myers Baker Carroll Koch Hcinze Drake Baker Lejcune Foster Hall Anglemier Taylor Lauer Cottingham Rapp Robinson Skelton Lupton Karrenbrock l450l Founded, University ..s.i.C.:Efs'::E..i.2::.i Delia Szgma ambdzz HARRY R. BOSELEY J. COLBURN HAMILTON HAROLD E. AMSLER GLENN P. THOMPSON ROBERT C. ANTONIDES GEORGE FEIL R. LAWSON LINDSAY L. CARLYLE MESKIMEN LOUIS T. BARTMANN sgr- M," M' My M. Ml 'QB QF .tgr Members in University SENIORS WILBUR F. CRUMMER WILBUR A. E. MITCHELL JUNIORS HAROLD SOLIDAY PERCIVAL E. THOMPSON FRITZ BRAUN E. ROBERT KLIKA SOPHOMORES E. FRED SCHMIDT GERALD Lwj. MITCHELL JAMES J. COOPER CHARLES . SWARTZ WILLIAM W. HUECKEL EVERETT R. FOX WILLIAM L. LINDSAY HOLLISTER W. HOSUTT F RESHMEN . RICHARD C. HOBEIN LESLIE L. FINKEN L. Eta Chapter, Established xgzigi . 212 East Green trc-et ROBERT EYMAN WILBUR L. SCHROEDER GEORGE E. SIMMONS T. W. VOYA FRANK MCNELLIS, JR. CLARENCE H. ROLOFF F. WALTER WEISER ALBERT M. HASS HERBERT W. HECKEL Crummer Eyman Soliday Mitchell Boseley Schroeder Hamilton P. Thompson G. Thompson Amsler Klika Simmons G. Mitchell R. Lindsay Weiser Hosutt Hucckel Cooper Antonides Swartz W. Lindsay Meskimen Braun Feil Roloff Hass Heckcl McNcllis Bartmann Hobein Fox Schmidt Finken I45Il FDlllldt'd. University of Illinois, 19201 Six Active Chapters FRIQDIGRICK R. MEYER HAROLD C. AHLBRAND HARRY J. DUERKOP HERBERT A. HACKBARTH VICTOR W. BIGLER ARNOLD E. RITT EDGAR H. KRAMP LOWEL W. NORIN OTTO E. ZUTTERMEISTER - - Aiiicif D. feta S1 ma T51 "1SW'fS"l5J, g 309 lizist john Strom-L , -f :ms-QA ,-XBZQJP Q' ri! Q T 'S-'59 P9 ':'Qf9.1 '6 'IQA Members in Faculty PAUL P. SANMANN, Ai, s. MARTIN A. Ill-Il-IRENS, H, s. M embers in University SENIORS WILLIAM H. WELCH WAl.'I'IiR U. HAGICMICYICR NORBl'IR'l' XV. BICHRIENS JUNIORS GIQRHARIJT H. scHu1.Tz WELDON o. KRETSCHMICR GICORGIG P. 0BERTA'l'l'1 CARL J. BUHNER HAROLD w. FUEHR Jvuvs J. SEIDEL HERMAN H. GILSTER RUSSEL G. HENRY SOPHOMORES THEODORE c. HAssETT NORNAND w. SCHWARTZ FRANK w. SCHUBERT KARL H. scHEwE HERBERT T. MEYER .ARNOLD H. BASKMAN FRESHMEN WILLIAM A. RETTBERG PHILIP D. MARTENS ELHER A. MEENTS AxcEL H. LUNDSTROM HAROLD D. MASCHER PETER R. OLSEN KENNETH L. SHELLIIE RAYMOND L. SEUFERT .. ., ,.-... ....L.. W... ,...,Nf-. . , ... . . . , M, ,..,...., 4 I P,,, " ' ms. N . ,X - ' - Shellic Seuiert Mascher Zuttcrmvistor Oltman Lundstrom Norln Meyer Schwartz Hackbnrlh Krzimp Ritt Obertatc Bigler Hassett Schubert Gilstcr Hagemeyer Schewc Buhncr Duerkop Ahlbrand Schultz Seidel Kretschmer Fur.-hr F. Meyer N. Behrens Wclgc Henry l4s2l l U 1wa..,4:. At pn g gf ' - Ujmf y m h b --- RJ... I. V' 4 'Q' M ' - I. I h I 4 M 1 M ,Q v Y. I iw, ,, ,. 2'v'?"gzwEf.fg?.'.' . h - -:lil-.-. Q L 1 .F I ' ' A-I i"' ".'1umw-A .. i . - - 'Q '4' ff' ' 'W 'X .if I if ' r' . ' . JL, ff. Q . , . . - -, .-.5,,,.,,,,..1',WHMQ 1 r I il fu 5 :hgh E Q ml . 1 . V V.. 'jf' .LET X , .1 ls, . ' all . A.f. .-, 5lg,.,,1f-'N -WIN: I I .,Q1f .v-fn l ' .1 Itmndcd: Hamline B giupvu filllililiff, ' 7nlVl'l'Slly, 19011 t f Cstzulismcc 1925: Ninn- Aclivr' Chnptvrs 6 d III linsl Clmlml-rs Sl. LEONARD M. HAINES CHADWICK W. GELWICK CHESTER A. ANDERSON PAUL W. TRENKENSCHUH GEORGE W. SKRELUNAS ELBERT L. DURHAM is wvf 'ISF Members in University SENIORS WILLIAM H. WALLACE RAY D. KELL 'I'lMO'I'l-IY J. MURTAUGH EDWARD E. LAMP JUNIORS PAUL B. CLAYTON VERCO HRINLEY EUGENE W. MORRISON WILLIAM E. MYERS JAMES G. I-'ORSYTH JEFFERSON A. ANDERSON SOPHOMORES OMAR C. LEE EUGENE V. SPRINGER FRESHMEN LINN C. WILKINSON WILLIAM S. ANGUS ROBERT CONNER HERBERT G. LIND HAROLD E. PRICE Borden Kell Gelwick Clayton Price Murlaugh Wnllucc Haines Conner Wilkinson Myers Springer Lee Brlnlcy Anderson Lamp Angus Skrelunas Durham Lind 'I'rc-nkcnsclxuh Morrison Forsyth E453 l Foundfd, Cgelvclzfncg T ! ? 0 lgavm Ialzugs Senate, awciooo tisexzg Baldwin Wallace. 1900: 6 Z 5g1aEast Spriiigiield Fifty-seven Senate-s Avenue ALF O. AHLSTRAND CLYDE E. GATES ELDON L. MCLAUGHLIN THURMAN A. BIDDINGER JOHN L. FRANKLIN QQ I V i f Members in University SENIORS JOHN D. COLLINS GORDON C. BUNGE EMMONS P. CARL WILBUR N. LONG JUNIORS THOMAS P. FITZPATRICK EDWARD J. FAI-IEY MAX E. HANSON W. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SOPHOMORES G. SIDNEY CONRAD HEINRICH E. SEYFARTH PAUL C. ROBERTS G. GLEN PILLOW HARRY J. DEARWORTH FRI-:SHMEN GILBERT L. WOOD G. ROBERT FLACK ,U .- A Fahey Franklin McLaughlin Bunge Long Fitzpatrick Flack Wood Morgan Collins Pillow Biddinger Seyfarth Conrad Dgarwgrth Carl Hanson Gates Roberts Ahlstrand I454I Founded, City College of New York, 1910: Thirteen.-Xctive Chapters RICHARD R. ISAACS MOE B. KLEINMAN HERBERT LEVY BERNARD M. COHEN 'K ' ilifiliipiefi - Tau Delta T z .4::E.::.a,:s:z1.... gk .MFL J 95. . 140- QQ.. 4135. ,dc-gr: Wg. 59" 'ngcgr V Members in University GRADUATE JACOB SACKS SENIOR OSCAR C. LEVY JUN1oRs SIDNEY S. COHEN EDWIN RABINOWITZ SOPHOMORES NORMAN M. SILVERMAN ALLEN B. JEFFERY IRWIN WELCHER FRESHMEN ADE R. SCHANEN MANNING J. HYBER SIDNEY KAPLAN HAROLD SI-IAPIRO 'UQ' Shapiro H. Levy B. Cohen Kaplan Kleinman Sacks Schanen Isaacs S. Cohen O. Levy Silverman Welchcr l455l Foiilnged, Angola, . . Eta Elhjlytsr, 'an : E t ' 1 15: S........e.ef.5.':::.. Sigma Jifu Sigma .fs .i..1...?....S.... OA. f sums .5 ' 9? ' A? Qf 3 -9' ,wb , Members in Faculty MASON JAMES BRADLEY, Ph. D. JAMES HOWARD CHANCE, B. S. CHARLES WILLIAM RIPPIE, M. S. Members in University SENIORS PAUL M. ANDERSON JAMES E. JONES WAYNE C. MCLAUGHLIN MERLE G. MOORE JOHN B. SCHROEDER ARLO G. DAVIS ICLDWORTH M. HOYT HARRY J. GIFFING PHILIP W. EMLEY ELDON A. NICHOLS RICHARD W. STROMER ANDREW LARSON OTTO L. KING LORNE C. MEECE CARL H. HANNAMAN J UNIORS ROY E. EHMAN JOHN R. MIX SOPHOMORES ' CHARLES P. LANSFORD GEORGE W. INGLES v - ,-I, A -..,',--- -. f'.Q'.lQQ"" , f SAMUEL W. LIVINGSTON LOUIS A. MEIER GERALD W. NORRIS RALPH R. CONNER FRED N. BAXTER MAURITZ L. ANDERSON ROLLIE A. DAVIS , -...,. Gifling Stromer Moore Norris Emley Schroeder A. Davis Jones R. Davis Ingles Conner Nichols Livingston Mecce Lansford King Mix Baxter Hannaman Koch Chance Ehman Larson Rippie M. Anderson ' McLaughlin P. Anderson Hoyt Bradley Meier l456l 1. w ,I .-r. 'ar fFounded, 59242, Inter- T glingis Igcaa Cllgpter, t 't n -3 't ' I 2 3 'a'm2:,i..,r..er32:. lzetcz Ifgzppa u .s.aE.::.5.1.: Chapters Street iii?-E74 XG!! w -T N 1 t"eBMa:77 s Xa? Members in University SENIORS HORACE M. MANNING GEORGE W. STOSSKOPF LOUIS M. HUNT HAROLD E. KENNEY FRED W. BRUNN ROBERT A. MERRILL KENNETH R. PRINGLE THOMAS W. STEWART NELSON H. SHERE JUNIORS LOUIS S. HUBER BYRON M. HILL CARL PATCHEN VERGIL E. GUNLOCK L. LUKE ROBERTS HENRY G. DAWSON SOPHOMORES FRANK E.HOLMS'1'RAND ROBERT L. KOEHLER BRUCE L. MCKINSTRY FRESHMAN ALBERT PARRISH LOWELL B. COLLINS LEONARD D. PURSELL LOGAN LAND Q WALDENIE F. LUKE DAVID C. MADDY FRANK W. DIBBLE RUSSEL J. BENNETT X Luke Bennett Stewart McKinstry Koehler Huber Bates Gunlock Purscll Hunt Pringle Roberts Kenney Stosskopf Manning Brunn Merrill Collins Patchen Maddy Dibble Sherc Land Holmstrzmd Hill Dawson l457l HERBERT ANDERSON RICHARD ' ', BATTEY FRANCIS K. BOWLIN PAUL M. CALLOWAY GENN Y. DAVIDSON HOWARD M. DONER ORLANDO F. GARRETT WILLIAM ABRAHAM WILLIAM E. BUTLER JOHN R. CONNELLY JQAMES M. CRAWFORD ALPH B. CUNDIFF ERWIN F. DORMANN JOHN FRANKS FLOYD W. BENNETT JA. NEWELL BRADLEY EON O. DALBECK FRANCIS H. DAY ROBERT B. EADIE ROBERT C. ARMOULD HORACE C. BAKER A. EDWARD BEST , STEVEN E. BRONDOS RONALD CARMICHAEL CLIFFORD L. CARTER Illzhz' Hall Q Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 GRADUATES FRANK H. HOPWOOD J. A. FLEISHBEIN LAWRENCE HALPENNY EARL F. HE'I'I'EL ROBERT E. HILES ROBERT C. HOFFMAN OTTO L. KING DONALD L. LAURITSEN WALTER s. GRAY LLOYD J. HASSE JEAN J. JONES NORMAN E. KITCHING WILLIAM 1. LANSFORD mv C. LEUENBERGER nov C. LONG SEN IORS OLIVER D. LEE EUGENE S. MOLL FREDERIC P. MORF BRADLEE PRUDEN HAROLD C. ROTHE WALTER H. STELLNER JUNIORS EDWARD T. MCDONALD DELBERT E. MILLER LEONARD F. MURPHY MICHAEL M. PISKUR CONRAD O. SCHENK HARRY W. SKADDEN CLIFFORD T. STEWART SOPHOMORES BRYON H. FULLER NICHOLAS L. JURICK WILLIAM A. LAMPADIUS EDWARD LONGBONS FRED R. NORTH GAITHEL E. PENCE WILLARD 0. ROAT OSCAR H. ROTHE FRESHMEN RAYMOND C. CONOVER ASGER P. MIKKELSON DOUGLAS D. CONSIDINE g0I-IN E. MADORY NORMAN A. GLANTZ YLVESTER E. MURPHY ROBERT J. HOYLE VICTOR T. PATTERSON RAYMOND KENDAL EDWARD H. PATTERSON FRED C. SCHIRRMACHER WILLIAM D. TURNER CLIFFORD W. WOODFORD FRANK W. YARLINE CHARLES T. YOUNG ALLAN N. ZACHER EDWARD ZIMBON JQAMES D. TETRICK ALPH M. WANDLING JIAMES A. WHITLOCK AROLD P. WHITE C. LAYTON WILLIS FRANK W. WOODRICK FRANK L. STELLNER R. P. TOBIN THEODORE WENSEL, JR. JOHN G. WHITAKER H. EDMUND PLATT HERBERT W. RATLEDGE KENNETH H. REVELL GEORGE E. VORBACK FINIS E. WILSON CARL H. ZWERMAN M581 S012 GRITIES Y3TYmS4 "W" -flll?--...1 C' '-5.14325 lf ffl' L ' QP f'5"3'W "V+ Wi" f S EV I 4 1 I I I 4 61 I 5 F . E6 Sororzljf Index A I ' l E369 ' . QQ Q . we ALPHA CHI OMEGA . 465 A ALPHA DELTA' PI . . . 472 ALPHA DELTA THETA . . 487 -KLPHA EPSILONAPHI V. . 476 7 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA . 474 ' ALPHA OMICRON PI . , . 476 at ALPHA PHI .... 481 1 ALPHA XI DELTA . 467 5,5 BETA PHI ALPHA . 484 25 BETHANY CIRCLE . . 464 5 CAMPBELL COTTAGE . . 465 CHI OMEGA ...... 466 65, CONGREGATIONAL HOUSE 468 S DAVENPORT HOUSE . . . 466 G DELTA DELTA DELTA . . 477 DELTA GAMMA .... 468 DELTA ZETA . . 478 GI EMERA ..... 466 GAMMA PHI BETA . 473 GAMMA THETA PI . . 492 KAPPA ALPHA THETA . . 464 KAPPA DELTA .... 485 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA . 464 Q KAPPA SIGMA TAU' . 489 Q4 LAMBDA OMEGA . 486 MCKINLEY HALL . 566 3 PHI MU ..... 479 V PHI OMEGA PI . . 471 PHI SIGMA SIGMA . 488 PI BETA PHI .... 465 fy PI DELTA PHI .... 482 PRESBYTERIAN HALL . . 467 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA . . . 490 '. SIGMA ALPHA LAMBDA . 491 SIGMA DELTA TAU . . 465 in SIGMA KAPPA . . 466 THETA PHI ALPHA . . 475 THETA UPSILON .... 485 WEST RESIDENCE HALL . 502 gp WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALL SOI ZETA TAU ALPHA .... 486 95 V4 gn IN Q2 eu .666 I 'A- Q' '7' 'y"""' 'fmfe' xU3'f"'f""56 -5 'i "'f " 1- N " '??5'91 I460J A., . . , I x, , A-lf H V L fi, .f.- .xg A. .x We-rls Gates WL-stall OFFICERS HELEN WERTS . ..... ,.... P rcxidvnt RUTH GATES . . ,.... Vice President ALYENE WESTALL . Srfrctafy and Treasurer Members Kappa Alpha Theta HELEN NICHOLAS DOROTHY BREDEHOFT Pi Beta Phi JAY PURVES BEDE STEVENSON Kappa Kappa Gamma HELEN GREGORY MARY BUCK Alpha Chi Omega HELEN MARTIN MARY BELLE ARMSTRONG Chi Omega HELEN MESLER LAURA ARMSTRONG Alpha Xi Delta CAROL MCDAVITT EMILY SCHENCK Sigma Kappa MABEL KNAUER HELEN YEMM Delta Gamma BAB BAUER DOROTHY NEEDHAM Alpha Omicron Pi BETTY RENEN LEONA MCLAUGHLIN Alpha Delta Pi MILDRED BOYES PEG HEIMLICKER Gamma Phi Beta HELEN WERTZ RUTH GATES Alpha Gamm Delta ALYENE WESTALL JULIA WALKER Delta Delta Delta MARION QUICK RUTH HILDEGARD Delta Zeta HELEN TOPPING MILDRED LINGENFELTER Theta Phi Alpha FLORENCE FINN MARION MCCARTHY Zeta Tau Alpha MARION JOHNSTON MARY MCNULTON Alpha Epsilon Phi DOROTHY BLUMENFELT RUTH LEVY Phi Sigma Sigma ALICE SOMME GERTRUDE PISER Phi Mu CAROLINE MORTON WINIFRED WELSHIMER Kappa Delta MARION ERICKSON HELEN ROTH I4611 Alpha Phi FRANCES THOMAS BETTY FRY Theta Pxi LOUISE SEII' ALICE BALLARD Beta Phi Alpha ESTHER CHRISTIE PHYLLIS LOTZ Pi Beta Phi ELEANOR WILSON ANNE WEGFORTH Alpha Delta Theta ESTER UTZIG LELIA PITRAT Lambda Omega MARGARET BATEMAN AGATHA KNIDER Kappa Sigma Tau DORIS STEFFY HELEN BAUER Sigma Alpha Iota MARY HARTLEY EDDIE HICKMAN Gamma Theta Pi DOROTHY KERRIGAN BEATRICE WILLIAMSON Sigma Delta Tau VIVIAN DROZDOWITZ HELEN JACOBSEN 4' fps r-1 Igmundcd, Dclzfiuw K T' Ik-ltanCll:aHteg, nivcrxit , 1. 70: h h ista is e r 95: Fifty-Iwi Active P d 61 I East Daniel Chnptl-rs Street PAULINE BURT SETA BUTLER ,IANE EDISON PEARL GILBREATH DOROTHY BREDEHOFT KATHERINE BRUNER DOROTHY CLA RK DOROTHY BUSH WINIFRED CAMERON DOROTHY DAVIS ,XX ,-' A i ii' X XR, Members in Faculty MARGARET OLDFATHER HELENE SPANGLER MARY LOU WARREN HARRIET MCLAUGHLIN HELEN OLDFATHER DOROTHY POLLARD NANCY BOND SMITH MAURINE TAYLOR GW ENDOLYN WALLS LUCILLE ALLEN, A. B., Ii. S, LEONE MERRITT, A. B. STELLA PERCIVAL, B. M. ELIZABETH BUCK, A. B. NEVADA MURRAY, A. B. JOSEPHINE PIERCY, A. M STELLA M. HAGUE, Ph. D. INDA WILSON, A. B. Members in University SENIORS VIRGINIA HAYES HELEN NICHOLS DOROTHY MERCER MARGARET NOBLE HILDA SMITH JUNIORS IIERNICE CULTRA HELEN GABELINE ELIZABETH DAVIS ISABEL HANFORD BERTHA MEYER MILDRED ELY ELLEN MARTIN SOPHOMORES MINNE'l"l'A CRON ISABEL KIERNAN MAXINE LILL MARIE HARTUNG VERA KLINTZ FRESHMEN MARY MARGARET GLENN ELEANOR SCHULZ l'AULINE PERCIVAL JEAN TRUE HELEN BESS FINCI-I Klintz Percival Glenn Cultm H. Oldfather Kicrnan Clark D. Davis Hush Schulz Crnn Lill Hanford Hartung Gabclinc E. Davis 'Taylor True Finch Walls Bruner McLaughlin Martin Brcdchoft Cameron N. Smith Ely Noble Spangler Gilbrvatll Warren Butler Edison NiClwlS H. Smith Mercer M. Oldfathcr Hayes l462l Founded, Monmouth College, 18671 Seventy-one Active Chapters MARIA LEONARD, GRETCHEN A. STRATTON GLADYS BAXTER MARIAN BLAINE SARAH FISHER BEATRICE BARRY MARY BOWERS DOROTHY KOOGLER MARY KILE CECILE GILROY ANITA WOOD LETITIA WARD EARNESTINE HARRIS - s Illinois Zeta Chapter, TZ Established 1895: ' xoo5 South Wright Street F L f-:tp . .. ,e Q55 L' -4 ' ' vt' 2 t :-Z' f7 ,Jfp ..f.. .. G. 9. Members in Faculty A. M. RUTH A. WARDALL, A. M. NELLE M. SIGNOR, A. B., B. L. S. WILLIA K. GARVER, B. L. S. Members in University SENIORS BEATRICE STEPHENSON LUCILE WELCH JUN1oRs DOROTHY BURROWS MARGARET SCHULTZ LOUISE BRESEE SOPHOMORES DOROTHY GRAY CLAIRE RENDLEN JANE KOOGLER FRESHMEN WILMA MCWHINNEY MARION BAKER MARGARET MCCUE THERESE LEMERCIER ELISE WARNER MILDRED YATES LOUISE BLAINE ALICE RAWSON ELLEN M. HOLTON DOROTHY HALL KATHERINE SEIMANS JESSIE PURVES DOROTHY WHITE DEANE RUSS ETHEL LYDDON EDITH HICKOX HELEN BAILEY RUTH GILLAN RUTH MARTIN MARJORIE WILSON ROSALIND MATHIS FLORENCE KLEPPINGER HELEN WILLARD MILDRED WELLS MARGARET WEBER ELIZABETH SETTLEMIRE Rendlin Weber Russ Kleppinger Bowers McWhinney Bailey Barry Willard Wilson Lcmercier J. Koogler Schultz D. Koogler M. Blaine Gray Seimans Purvcs Gillan Harris White Warner Rawson Stephenson Baxter Holton Welch Yates L. Blaine Bresee Fisher Burrows Hickox Mathis Martin Lyddon Hall McCue Settlemire Ward Gilroy Kile Baker Wells Wood i463l Foundrgl, Monmouth II?etabLag1ladu8Cl1apter, ll , 8 5 ,t ' L w.s.fs5i,:sz2.. Iiqppa Iirgppa gamma r::S.,'5.,w,izz. Chapters Street . . Members in Faculty vmmxm Mr:Lv1N, A. M. noaorm' Grwroan, A. M. Members in University SENIORS DAISY FAIRFIELD FRANCES KNIPP FLORENCE DULL MARGARET WATT DOROTHY LE MASTER ELIZABETH JORZICK MAIDA BARTHOLOMEW MILDRED GLAESER CATHERINE SEITER ALICE HENDERSON KATH RVN PETERSON DOROTHY WILSON MARY BUCK JANET BROWN DIXIE DUNHAM BEATRICE DE YOL HELEN GREGORY PHYLLIS PIERCE ROBERTA SHULL EMMA MOFFAT KATHERINE NICKOLEY JUNIORS MARION HEINEMAN BERNICE BAUR ELIZABETH DISQUE SOPHOMORES BERNICE KRAFT FRANCES BEEBE HELEN GLAESER FRESHMEN ANNE WEAVER YIRGINIA MUMFORD EYALINE PETTIGREW ELIZABETH POWELL HELEN RUGG HELENE STUART LYDIA LINDBERG ELIZABETH FRAKER MARY YOUNGS HARRIET BYRAM HELEN WILLIS WILMA CONKLIN LANE PEET AZEL YOUNG ALICE MCCORMICK YIRGINIA RAGSDALE LOUISE BROOKINGS Beebe Peterson Bartholomew Seiter Mumford PON Pl'UiSNfVf Shull Henderson Kraft McCormick H. Glaeser Jorzick M. Glam-ser Nickoley Moffat Weaver De Yol Walt Disque Youngs Baur Willis Frnker LeMaster Gregory Pierce Byram Heineman Buck Rugg Slllilfl Knipp Dunham Dull Wilson Fairfield Lindberg Brown Niehaus Ferguson I464l Iijmunded, Ilelgagriv ' , Iota tCh:ir1p:.fr,8 niversity, r 55 h k 0 E t 1' 5 Forty-eight Active P 61 C Z 7o:8aSoIItlI 1XIatI3wvs Chapters Street KATHRYN NABER FLORENCE HAWKS HELEN KEWLEY KATHRYN BRADFIELD ARLA FULTZ DOROTHY HENDRICKS JOSEPHINE MILLER GRACE ANDERSON iEAN POMEROY OUISE HATCH MARY ELIZABETH TYLER ,U calf f'1.-5 Agn. I 1. 3, 1. u .' M embers in University SENIORS LORENE MCGILL MARY GENE STILFIELD JUNIORS HELEN FARWELL MARGARET SNELL MARY MOORE KATHERINE TYLER EDITH OSGOOD HELEN MARTIN SOPHOMORES HELEN ROSS CHARLOTTE LOCKWOOD CHARLOTTE WALKER LAURA STOWE FRESHMEN DORIS SCHIEB MARGARET HELEN ENNAS RUTH MCARTHUR FRANCES SMITH HELEN DEAN FRANCES WILLIAMSON MARGARET POUND ELIZABETH WILLIAMS MARVllEI.LE ARMSTRONG HELEN OSGOOD RUTH CORKEY MARY POUND LENORA BURT FRANCES GR ENLEY HAZEL MOSS LINEA SKOGLAND IRMA CARLISLE SARAH LOUISE I-IOLLISTER DOROTHY SCHIEB LUCILLE WRIGHT Pomeroy Anderson Corkey Miller Doris Schieb Dorothy Schich Hatch Dean Margaret Pound Smith Ennas Williamson Carlisle Hendricks Ross Fultz Skoglund ' Mary Pound Kewley H. Osgood McGill Armstrong Stilticld Naher Hawks Bradiield E. Osgood Moss McArthur Wright Hollister Grenley ' Burt Farwell Marlin Snell Moore Lockwood Stowe Walker l465l Fourxicifi, Univcgsity h 0 0 ' DS ', I Si s...a.:.te: C z mega Chapters I- v . '65 iq! 7: - ii' ' '. J-QJ4 ,f,3q.. 6' If Members in Faculty CLARISSA RINAKER, Ph. D. HELEN AGAR, B. S. CORNELIA KELLY PAULINE PIERSON, A. M. HAZEL SHAW, A. M. Members in University SENIORS ISABELLE BURNHAM JEANNETTE I-IUSTED JUNE PORTER MARTHA JEAN HALE J UNIORS CHARLOTTE ROSS JEAN FAULKNER ANNETTE BADGLEY GRACE GOODMAN MERYL CONDIT SELMA KOHLER LAURA ARMSTRONG SOPHOMORES CONSTANCE USBORNE BEULAH PERKINS MARY L. GOBEN DORIS MILLER DOROTHY WHITE RUTH JETER ESTHER FARRELL MARY CRATHORNE DOROTHY STANFORD FRESHMEN GRACE PARKHILL RUTH PARKS PAULINE BAKER MARGARET BISCHOFF DOROTHY SCOGGIN HALLEEN FERGUSON' DOROTHY LEE CLEO NICHOLSON DOROTHY STRUEVER Omicron Chapter, Established 1900: 907 South Wright Street ,A. M. HELEN MESLER HELEN MILLER ALICE OTTO MILDRED WHITAKER KATHERINE STRABLE MAREA ANDERSON JOSEPHINE LECOUR THELMA ROSENBURG ANNE HIRST MARJORIE BAKER Husted Faulkner Hule H. Miller Ross Otto Whitaker Burnham Strable Bndglcy Condit Mcsler Porter Goben Armstrong Lecour D. Miller Kohler Stanford Jeter Usborne Farrell Brett Crathornc Perkins White Nicholson Sn-ug-ver Fcrguson P, Baker Scoggin Hirst M. Baker Rosenburg Parks Anderson Bischoff Parkhill Lee l466l Founded. Lombard College, 1893: Thirty-eight Active Chapters CAROLINE MCDAVITT MIRIAM BROUGH HELEN WORST ALICE CONNEL MARJORIE WATSON HELEN HERSHMAN GEORGEANNA BOYNTON SARA LUHRS EULA JANE ALBERTSON . .X , 4 . fx wt ' UYQIJIM Xz' Delta ...tu'vrd?"' ' ' 'H'- M' A f, H' ff .Members in University SENIORS EMILY SCHENCK BETTY KINSEY JUNIORS LOUISE LEWIS ROEERTA GLENN LORRAINE MORRISON MARTHA A. COUDY SOPHOMORES SUSAN LUHRS LELA MAY REICHEL MILDRED COX ESTHER GARLE CATHERINE DURYEE VIRGINNIA HALL FRESHMEN RUTH POWELL BETTY WILLIAMS KATHRENE MCLANDRESS ELEANOR BLYE MARY KATHERINE LAYTON LOUISE VANATTA Kaplga Chapter, Esta lished 19051 312 East Daniel Street DOROTHY MOSI ER BETTY BABB FRANCES MOORE DOROTHY ROUSCH EMILY REID JOSEPHINE FORSYTHE BILLIE ALEXANDER ELEANOR PARMELEE Reid Hall Forsythe Parmelce Garle Vanatta Blye Powell Boynton Connel Williams Worst Rousch Alexander Rcichel McLandress Layton Hershman Cox Watson Glenn Duryee Kinsey Mosier' McDavitt Schenck Brough Babb Moore Morrison Lewis Coudy l457l Founded, Lewis Institute, IS741 lfnrtg Active hunters GE RTR U D E MARGARET STEINER DOROTHY MULBERRY DOROTHY WRIGLEY MARY FLOM BERNICE BONER ELIZABETH WELCH DORIS LANE FRANCES SHOCK MARGARET CRAWFORD l-IDITH SCHOENFELD BETTY LYTLE RUTH RICE -:Q Iutu Chapter. 3 Established 1906: 6 d 804 South Mathews Avenue nfsgfn A w 15, Members in Faculty . SERGl'IAN'l', M. A. ALTA G. SAUNDERS, N. A. KATI-IERINE BAZORE, B. S. Members in University SENIORS DOROTHY NEEDHAM GENEVIEVE GERE ELIZABETH CULLEN HELEN LANE MARGARET BEATTY GRACE HARTZELL JUNIORS VIRGINIA SHEETS EDITH WHITFIELD DOROTHY GRANT JEAN MCILWAIN SARAH DARNALL EMMA KRAFT B SOPHOMORES GERTRUDE BROWN MARY COBLE DOROTHY POLLARD VIRGINIA LIPSCOM F RESHMEN MARY ROBERTS LUCILE MUSGROVE MARIAN KENEFICK JANET WOOLBERT ESTHER LEVINGS LOUISE WRIGHT FAY FULLERTON ELIZABETH LAIST MARIJORY ZEARING BET Y DORMAN DOROTHY KENNEDY KATHERINE FLOTO SARAH COWAN PAULINEEJONES OLETA N AL VIRGINIA AIMER AGNES JOHNSTON ELIZABETH KETCHUM I Ketchum Woolbert Johnston Neal Zearing Cowan Schock Crawford Lipscomb Durnnll Cuble Brown Lytle Pollard Aimer Kcncfick Roberts Schoenfeld Musgrave Rice Beatty H. Lane Welch D. Lane McIlwain Hartzell Dorman Boner Flom Jones Kraft Floto Gere Whitlield Luist Levings Wrigley Mulberry Needham Cullen Steiner Wright Sheets Fullerton Grant l468I . 1' . ,r,,f' Founded, Colby - El1cflCll1a5Jlur.6 C11 1-, 3 3 S 'sta :se 1901 'fliirciyiiiic S09 West California Chapters Avenue RUTH SCHWEMM RUTH SAVAGE NORMA KUSHMAN HELEN YEMM KATHRYN BELKNAI' HELEN MCCAMAN MARY LOU BAKER DOROTHY STAFFORD MARJORY FOWLER MARY RUNYON OLGA MANGLE 0,0 0 N9 0 O Qi 9 6 Q , - TQBQQAQZOI Members in Faculty JOSIE B. HOUCHENS, A. M., B. L. S. FANNIE M. BROOKS, R. ' HELEN' H. l'I'IFI"ER. A. B. ETHEL LARM, B. A., M. A. Members in University SENIORS LILLIAN APPLEGATH VADEN POPE MABLE KNAUER ELIZABETH GRIFFIN IRENE ALLAIS MARY THEYE WORTHEN JUNIORS LURA MCGRATH KATHRYN MONROE EDITH ISULOW HARRIET MEADE FRANCES KARMAN JULIA SAWYER SOPHOMORES REBECCA ROBBINS ERMA MAE GARBISCH ELIZABETH STUTSON JANET FORRESTER FRESHMEN ALICE VAN SANDS THELMA ALLMAN HELEN SAWYER NORMA NETZOW ESTHER MCLAREN JULIA WESTERN IN.,A. B. RUTH SMYTH KATHRYN MORRIS FLORENCE JACKSON CAROLYN COUNTRYMAN BERNICE OBERLIN RUTH CONNOR NYDA RUSSELL GLADYS HELVENSTON McLaren H. Sawyer Fowler Western Russell Netzow Van Sands Runyon Hclvenston Allman Oberlin Stafford Baker Connor Garbisch Monroe Robbins Stulson Manglc Bulow Yemm McGrath Jackson Karmen McCaman Meade Belknap J. Sawyer Countryman Griftin Worthcn Alluis Knauer Savage Schwemm Smyth Kuslxman Morris Applegalh Pope l469l Fougdsd, Barnard - - Iotalghilmg-r, o cgc,1S97g h 0 I T ict. ': v rgug Thirty-three Active P Q Z 7:21hVFSl Oregon Chapters Street .d'T'!?gs, G26 iff- V92 ' M. -. fam,-,Q 3. Ib Q., 1 -n,-191 TRC: 'ffglgi .915 Pa 9 e--Y" 4 ' Member in Faculty LOUISE WOODROOFE, B. I'. Members in University SENIORS HELEN GRIMES ROBERTA STROHEKER RUTH SNYDER HELEN SWEET LOUISE FELDWISCH JANE LOUISE BROWN JUNIORS HELEN BRIGHT CHERRIE MALCOLIKISON RUTH BAIRSTOW PAULINE THOMPSON FLORENCE COBB CORDIUS KING SOPHOMORES ANGELINE SALING EDITH ARMSTRONG HORTENSE ROLL ESTHER WIRTZ BETHEL SROUT WILMA LAW HELEN BARRETT DOROTHY HALL HELEN O'SHEA FRESHMEN KATHERINE COUGHLAN EMMA MORRISON HELEN SCHRAEDER IuTHI2L HULL CATHERINE LAWLESS PRISCILLA WILCOX LURA BISSELL BETTY RENNEN MARGARET BURTON ANNE TREADWELL LEONIE MCLAUGHLIN RUTH POUK DOROTI-IEA BAUER FLORENCE LEETE FRANCIS CASSIDY BETTY STIVEN ELEANOR STEINERT Sailing Lawless Bright Srout Cobb Coughlan Burton Cassidy Thompson Hull Schraedcr Bairstow Treadwc-ll O'Shea Wirtz Hall Pouk Malcolmson Morrison Barrett Wilcox Stiven Roll Steinert Bauer Armstrong . Law King Gri mos Feldwisch Brown Sweet Snyder Bissell Renncn McLaughlin l470l NELLIE E. DE LONG LORA K. BRIGGS HELEN RANKIN HAZEL JURGENSMEYER MARY KANE VIDA BELLE BODEN MARGARET KASCH MILDRED HAZELTON Foundetii Ignivlersity of 0 O T 0 ganxlnfalflaapter, , x I0 t Sevgnl2genaAc3ve Z Z 13013 5:1151 Chapters Street -"ws 4 ' .4 P . I X365 iii ,W -O 1:3 Q Members in Faculty CARLOTTA MARKS FORD, M. S. EMMA R. JUTTON, B. L. S. Members in University SENIORS MARION INEZ WEED LORENE MILLER- EVELYN I. SENF MARION I. WHITE JUN1oRs ERMINA BUSCH LOUISE A. DEANER LOIS A. WALKER PEARL D. SNYDER GLADYS C. NEYSTROM SOPHOMORES ENA SUTTON DELLA KENWARD DOROTHEA L. LIPE GRACE LOLLAR DOROTHY ZAISER FRESHMEN MARION EGGLESTON VIRGINIA SMITH ' RUTH KOONTZ ELIZABETH ZOERN LUCILE LA PORTE GWENDOLYN SHAUGER MARGARET SCHUMACKER LOUISE STILL Hazelton Shauger LaPorte Still Koontz Smith Lipe Boden Lollnr Schumacker J urgensmeyer Deaner Eggleston Zaiscr Sutton Kasch Zoern Snyder Neystrom Rankin Miller Walker Senf Weed White DeLong Briggs Kcnward Kane l47Il Founded. Wesleyan Female College, 1851 Forty-three Active Chapters ROHIC ALVERDAH D. HELMING ESTHER WIELAND CLAIRE HENDERSON DORIS L. HINCH MILDRED BOYSEN GERTRUDE L. MOELLER BEULAH D. HOLLAND LOIS PARTRIDGE VIRGINIA BENEDICT ufhha Delia Ti Sigma Chapter, Established I9I2Q 1 106 West Oregon MARIAN BUMSTEAD EDNA SEABERT BONNIE B. BUTNER LOUISE ARMSTRONG HELENE WALTER EVALINE HEIMLICHER ALICE HALE Street M embers in Faculty RTA DOISY MADELINE ASHTON MARGIE BURKS Members in University SENIORS EMMA POGGENSEE PAULINE H. NESMITH CATHERINE BARR WINIFRED ADKINS MARGARET HEIMLICHER BEATRICE CARTER JUNIORS HARRIET A. NEWEY KATHERINE GOODWIN EDITH ADKINS ENID BAIRD LILLIAN M. NILSON ELISABETH C. EWING SOPHOMORES ISABEL THOMPSON NADINE NEWBILL FRESHMEN GENEVIEVE R. SORENSON GRACE C. HEIDEMAN ALICE A. RITTER BERNICE M. VALBRACHT HERTA ARNOLD VIRGINIA NUCKOLS GWENDOLYN G. THOMPSON Goodwin Ritter I. Thompson Nuckols Walter Sorenson Partridge Heidcman Ewing Holland Newbill Valbracht Robinson Nilson Arnold Hale G. Thompson Barr Carter Iiumstead Newey Boysen Baird Moeller Hinch E. Heimlicher Nesmith E, Adkins Poggenset Henderson Butner W. Adkins Seabert Armstrong Wieland Helming M. Heimlicher l472l Founded, Syracuse T ' B ?n:i'i,'i9nhCdhill1tel-- U " 51, S g h I 25211:-1 o I9I3Q Actiev I 6 d 1110 West Nevzula Chapters Slfffl EDNA SMIERIKAL MARGARE VAN GER MARJORIE REFIOR KATHERINE ALTEN FLORENCE GRATIOT HELEN HOLMES HELEN WERTS GERALDINE TURNER VIRGINIA HANNA DOROTHY PEABODY R UTI-I JOHNSON A95 5 1 ,a,C'5.": I xAr,fJf1!q A A Fw r Members in Faculty ANNA BELLE ROBINSON, A. M. A1AR1oN 1-, m.Ax.A1.1.x', A. M. Members in University Q SENIORS DOROTHY sTx'AN GERTRUDE MAcm'1'x'R1a PLN AUDREY MILLER 1uARcARE'r HOSKINS DOROTHY BLACKHALI. MARY BURNIRR JUNIORS L1-:oms BRYANT FRANCIS 1fLvLL1:R ELIZABETH SINCLAIR FAYRLENIE FORSYTH RUTH Hmns RUTH GATES SOPHOMORES WINIFRED CONNER 1:LLANoR KELLY mmm srx'AN WINNIFRED GARLAND FRESHMEN LOIS RROORRANR rLoR1-:NCR MAE cUR'r1s BEATRICE SLOAN ALICE 'rURm2N1Nc KATHERINE BAIRD ESTHER HIBBS DOROTHY CHES'l'l'IR MARGARET KUHNE KATHLEEN DEAN MAXINE IEUTER VAILLE DRY WINIFRED WINN ELINOR OTIS HAZEL VAN CLEAVE VIRGINIA SUPPLE ELEANOR HASER MAYDEE LOGEMAN ELIZABETH STINGLEY Brookbank Curtis Peabody Hascr Logc-man Stinglcy Garland Sloan Dean Van Clcavc Winn Dry Johnson Turpening Turner Kelly Otis Supple I. Styan Hanna Conner Gates Kuhne Fuller Forsyth Bryant R. Hibbs Alten Ieuter Werts Holmes E. Hibbs Sinclair Baird Miller Macintyre Blackhall Smvjkul Gratiot Hoskins R1-fior Chester D. Styan Burnier Van Gerpen l475l Faundcd, Syracuse h n'versity, 1904: Thirgy-ciglit Active P d Chapters RUTH A. CHATFIELD FRANCES MARTIN NOLA M. BOWERS M. IRENE EDWARDS OLIVE ROBINSON RUTH EINHAUS IRIS MACKLIN YVONNE MILLIKEN LEETA V. BURROWS DOROTHY FRANKS X. ..t1"9' 180' tr ,i2"'s4,.: iff?" Q.-si All Qi l fb" gslfpz' ,. , 1 Members in University SENIORS HELEN DALLAS HELEN S. MCFADDEN JUNIORS ALYENE E, WESTALL EDNA A. SWOBODA ALICE CHEEK HARRIET THOMPSON PAULINE HALL PAULINE DELZELL SOPHOMORES EDWINA P. KING MARGARET SEXAUER HELEN MCCLELLAND DOROTHY WESTWOOD FRESHMEN ALICE OATHOUT DORIS E. HALL MAE FULLER MARIAN FULLER Q ! ?1ignE1l.Cll1aJ1ter 8' azmfmz e M 3ga1'S3:.: Frm.- IOL' C. ARLINE HURON L. EDNA WARNER ELIZABETH HUNT TULIA M. WALK!-:R LEONNA VILLARD INEZ MACKLIN EULAH B. MILLIKEN CLETIS O. WESTALL LOREENE E, KEITH JEAN WINSLOW Chatfleld Hunt Swoboda King Fuller Walker McClelland Dallas McFadden Martin Einhaus Franks Fuller A. Westall Warner P. Hall Cheek Oathout Delzell Huron Edwards Macklin Robinson Y. Milliken Keith Bowers Winslow E. Milliken D, Hall Burrows Macklin C, Westall I474l I ELIZABETH REICHMANN Th 7-111' Q11 11 'an,1 IZ: ' 0 Tllgirtiecn Agtivc Z P J Chapters fe " ' Y .fy Il' I ' A91 A 4.3 MS ' tif. , 1 an Members in Faculty FRANKIE BYRNE, E. s. ALICE SULLIVAN, Members in University SENIORS GENEv1EvE CAREY ROsE RAFFL IRENE LANG MARY FRANCES HAWTHORNE FLORENCE COOPER A1ARx RYAN JUNIORS LEONE DONNER EDYTHE 'rOUR'rELO'r HELEN NVEWMAN CLARISSA GRAHAM IRMA DUNN DOROTHY WADE VIRGINIA MERRLE LORETTA HANLEY FLORENCE FINN SOPHOMORES DOROTHY BLUM EERNADINE MCGRAW MARGARET LYONS ROSEMARY JOHNSON MARJORIE HEENER FRESHMEN VIRGINIA BOWEN AGNES CASSIDY HELEN OUINLAN MELEA DUNN CECILY DELANEY HELEN TOOMEY VALERIA LAMBERT M. S., Ph. D. Beta Chapter, Established 19191 1oo5 West Nevada Street ESTHER FUNKE MARION MCCARTHY KATHRYN WAGNER SUZANNE MCEWAN BERNADETTE PATTERSON ELEANOR YOUNG MARGARET HUFFMAN CHARLOTTE MCCULLOUGH MONICA LYMAN GRACE CRADDOCK REGINA GROVES ALVENA REICHMANN l Finn McEwan Lyman McGraw Young Weber Ryan I. Dunn Graham Lyons Newman Huffman Funke Johnson E. Reichmann Hanley Donner Raffl Carey Wagner McCarthy Hawthorne Tourtelot Hebner McCullough Patterson Wade A. Rcichmann Delaney Groves Craddock Blum Quinlan Toomey Bowen M. Dunn Lambert Cassidy I475l Founded, Barnard College, IQOQQ Twcnt Active ghapters DOROTHY BLU MEN FIQLD CHA RI,O'I"l'l'I HOR W EEN CA ROLYN LEVINSOHN INA BERNSTIEIN KATHERINE MYERS FLORENCE J. STROUSE LUCILLE PLATT LIBBY H. GALST ADELAIDE R. HOFFING L. LINDFIELD 0 o Mu Chapter, dl lm 5 ,vim M I 1 I3 West Oregon Street FMEFQE: .1 . ... ..., M f .-, Members in University SENIORS RUBY B. JACOBSOX PHYLLIS FEINGOLD LUELLA RYCKOFF Rl"I'I-I Bl. LICVY VIOLA G. LANG PAULINIQ ROTHBAUM JUNIORS ' ROSE A. HIRSCH RI."l'H KAHN FRANCES BRIDGE FLORI-ZNCE KOENIGSBURG SYLVIA STI-IRNLICHT - SOPHOMORES SYLVIA N. RUBENS BERNICE E. KAYE ELIZABETH J. ROSENBAUM REBECCA ZWICK EVELYN R. GREENBAUM ESTER SELIGMAN SVLVIA BACH ,IOSEPHINIE ANDREWS FRESHMEN BERNICE W. GOLDBERG JULIET HERMAN PEARL GOLDSTEIN RUTH T. RUBINSTEIN ADELAIDE PAUL FLORA LOEBENHURG ROSALYN ROSENTI-IAL MILDRICD BLUMENFI-ILII ESTICR V. LIPMAN Rubenstein Rubens Bridge Levinsohn Bach Myers Andrews Hirsch Goldstein M. Blumenfeld Lindiield Lipman Hnfling Zwick Struuse Loebenburg Kahn Scligman pmt Paul Galst Herman Greenbauin Rosenthal Kaye Goldberg Rosenbaum Slernlielit Rothlnlnni Jacobson Feingold Levy IJ. Blumenfeld Horween Lang Ryckofi Koenigsburg Bernstein l476 fl x Founded, University of Boston, 1858: Sixty-seven Active Delta Ylelm Delta Delta Pi Chapter, Established 19201 602 East Daniel Chapters Street ,rf x X I . 1 l .X Y Member in Faculty LEAH FULLENWIDER, A. M. Members in University SENIORS NINA BENNETT MERYL RUSSELL MARION QUICK ELIZABETH LAMBERT NORA NULL MARTHA HARKER MILDRED HOLLAND MARGARET ROBERTSON - RUTH SHAUGHNESSY JUNIORS IMO COLLIFLOWER JUNE DAVIDSON RUTH HILGARD HELEN NORTON GENEVIEVE COOK ALICE HAVEN GENEVIEVE HALLOCK HARRIETT IRWIN ALICE WALLACE - SOPHOMORES MARY ADAMS FLORENCE FLETCIIER ELEANOR LAMBERT GLADYS KESSLER ROSEMARY HUNTOON' ALICE HARTMAN ELIZABETH WICKMAN RACHEL THOMPSON BERNICE BITTERS GERTRUDE REW FRESHMEN MILDRED ANDERSON FRANKIE RITTER MARY FLETCHER DOROTHY ELLIOTT DOROTHY FILBEY MARY ANN EIDEMAN JEANETTE SENNE MARION LOOMIS J!! DORIS WALLACE 6 r ' 1 . A Huntoon Lambert Wallace Adams Kessler Cook Wickmnn I". Fletcher Rew Russell Null Hallock Holland Irwin Norton Robertson Harker Bennett Collillower H we n Anderson Quick M. Fletcher Loomis Hartman Bitters Hilgard E. V. Lambert Davidson Senne Ritter' Filbey Thompson Shaughnessy Elliott Wallace I477I UFounded, Miami D l Qlphls Bits Chapter, ' 't ,xgozg "ta 's c I92IQ Fffiilffitiuii Active 6 1' Ll Ze 1' Ll gig Soixth Third Chapters 'lreet DOROTHY E. THOMAS B. MARIE COLVIN FRANCES E. DENNIS MARY G. MCCULLOUGH MERLE ADAIR LUCILLE M. BARNARD GERVAISE KAPPUS DOROTHY TURNQUIST MIRA VOELKEL Member in Faculty EUNICE ROBERTS, A. M. Members in University SENIORS RUTH S. CLAUSEN GAIL M. BROOK ILAH F. MENDENHALL MILDRED G. LINGENFELTER ELIZABETH RINEHART ELIZABETH PECKENPAUGH JUNIORS RUTH SUNDBERG GRACE ATOR KATHRYN DILLEY GLADYS WARNER ' SOPHOMORES JULIA L. FAIRFIELD MABLE PIETY FRESHMEN ELIZABETH GREGORY EVELYN COX KATHRYN L. LEONARD AGNES CARPENTER ANN MERSEREAU NORMA K. SPARKS FRANCES ROBESON GRACE M. CAMPBELL HELEN E. TOPPING ROVENIA MILLER ELEANOR R. SCHWEITZER HERTHA BOWMAN MARGARET OSBORNE LOUISE MUNSON . - 'A '- - '- r,,x..,. Kappus Turnquist Voelkel Gregory Campbell Leonard Cox Bowman Osborne Carpenter Dilley McCullough Sundberg Adair Schweitzer Miller Ator Barnard Warner Fairfield Piety Mendenhall Peckenpaugh Rinehart Brook Lingenfelter Sparks Mersereau Clausen Dennis Robeson Colvin Thomas l47Sl Founded, Georgia 1 Delta Beta Chapter, Wesleyan College, 18523 l Established I92IQ Forty-six Active 1008 West Green Chapters Street I Member in Faculty HELEN CLARK, A. B. Members in University GRADUATES GAYLE CLARK FRANCES BARNETT SENIORS RUTH WHITE RUTH LINDLEY CAROLINE MORTON FRANCES FAISSLER GRACE BEHRENSMEYER CHRISTINE PARR J UNIORS CLARA ROCKE DANA RIDER WINIFRED WELSHIMER DOROTHY BLAIR J. LOUISE NORTON MILDRED CROWNOVER SOPHOMORES VIRGINIA BINNS JEAN SPEARS MARJORIE HERRIN ELIZABETH TURNELL GEORGIA DONEY TODD RAMSEY FRESHMEN FLOY DRY MARIETTA ZIEGLER CHARLOTTE LOSH ' .Nh ., -fl Y - E. BERNICE STONE CLEO C. SHORT KATIE WILSON TUCKER VIRGINIA LARMON GLADYS HESTAND MILDRED SMITH BERNICE ROCKE 53, ,. . , Ziegler G. Clark Herrin Tucker Hestand Binns B. Rocke H. Clark Barnett Spears Larmon Doney Turnell Smith Rider Dry Crownover Losh Lindley Faissler C. Rocke Short White - Parr C. Morton Stone Behrensmeyer J. Morton Blair Welshimer I 479 J Q l"uu':ldcd,yir1ging:1 Z T QA h iXlphli1lKlj15yJ:1 Chapter, .,!.t fo '. 9: C'ta is v 19:15 qIgortyl1Ii?:t'.'Iclivc P Q 1:2 East john Chapters Street pill 8 1- T It vzgzx 4 9 -I96',LlLS. CHQAMQ- M embers in University SENIORS MARY LOL'lSl-I HOLDERREAD HELEN SNYDER DORIS FLAGG LUCILLE WILLIAMS KATHRYNE BAULD MARY C. MCMILLAN JUNIORS MARION A. JOHNSON PAMELIA LYONS LOIS SPERLING HELEN WALTMIRE CATHERINE EARL ALICE MOORE TERREE MCADOO MILDRED CLARK ANNA MAE NOYOTNY SOPHOMORES VIRGINIA OGG LAURA NORRIS NAIDINE GOODHILE F RESHMEN FRANCES NELSON LYNETTE CHANDLER IRIS BRADY HELEN STRANO HELEN J. MCKINNEY I'AULINE STARKEY ,LESSIE NEWMAN LORENCE POWERS ETHELWYNNE PENRITH DORIS SEILER YI RGINIA HAUG CLARA VAUGHN Starkey Vaughn Nelson Brady Chandler Haug Strano Lyons Penrith Ogg Seiler Newman Sperling Novotny Earl Clark Powers Johnson McAdoo Snyder Holderread Williams McMillan McKinney Bauld Flagg Waltmire i48Ol eff Founded, Syracuse - Beta Alsxha Chapter, University, 1872: QE Establisied 1922: Twenty-eight Active S08 Armory Chapters Street LA sw . , 'A' 'vis ' '4 assi 1 .1555 L13 Members in Faculty MARGUERITE E. BLOOM, A. B. MARGARET ITENISON, A. B. JANE c. wAT'r, A. B., R. Mus. CORA R. III A. Is. Members in University SENIORS MARY E. EOYNTON I.. FRANCES THOMAS VIRGINIA L. THORNSRUROH GRACE A. BRYANT ORAL R. WILLIAMS MARTHA BLOOD GLADYS J. nInwEI.L JUNIORS ESTHER K. BRUHN ALICE D. AvERv JEAN L. DRAYER JANET L. WESTON IIARION H. LOOMIS MARION v. THAYER SOPHOMORES MYRTH w. NICHOLSON wAvA I.. DAVIS HELI-xx IIORIQN VIRGINIA V. LAMB FRESHMEN DOROTHY ADAMS Ji-:ANETTE ERI' LOUISE ROsI-:NnAI'ER FLORA F. MURRAY HELEN E. CRABBS BETTY L. FRY LILLIAN MARK FRANCIS MCGINNIS VIRGINIA HOUSEN HELEN TOLER HAZEL STARR Loomis Toler Lamb Starr Roscnbauer Brulln McGinnis Adams Avery Hausen Thayer Nicholson Boron Weston Drayvr Davis J. Fry Marr Crabbg lkfurray Tliomas Thornsburgh Bryant Boynton Blood B. Fry Bidwell Williams i48Il F dd,U' -1 Q1 is-1 h ougxf fuinogivlsgzizyg Z 6 Z :og as Jo n One Active Chapter MARGARET O. BROWN THELMA A. DUNCAN MARION PARKER GRACE M. ET'l'ER POLLY GIBBON DOROTHY BRYAN you a ITAGP I old? 0FN"'Ww' QV 'wif ljikfli O.. .9 Members in University SENIORS AUDREY M. JORDAN ANN M. WEGFORTH JUNIORS RUTH F. TOWLE LA VERNE ALLISON EDITH D. RANDALL SYLVIA E. CAWTHORNE SOPHOMORES . BETTY KNOTTS CLARA-MILDRED GREEN GRACE M. KAMM ESTHER L. MOON FRESHMEN EDYTHE A. MYLER CONSTANCE MOON DOROTHY WEST ELEANOR F. WILSON DORIS REYNOLDS LOUISE HUFFMAN FLORENCE WHITE LA VONNE NEWCOMB Duncan Parker Cawthorne Jordan Wt-glorth Wilson Brown Randall E. Moon Kamm Knotts Etler Gibbon West Allison Huffman Green Newcomb Bryan Mylar White C. Moon l482l MILDRED VIRGINIA SYLVIA A ALICE W. CLARA M Fcgueidlcgl, University T' U Z lGan1lnrplClglaptc-r, ' ' , 1 usta is e I923, 0 s.:.2:2a:.:2.ee. hem psi on E.....,... Chapters Street , gif! , 'isis' .-av 9 Members in Faculty HELEN E. BREHM, A. M. HELEN H. SALLEE, M.S. HELEN M. RAND, A. M. HARRIET H. KERR, A. B. Members in University SENIORS E. CHRISTOFFER MARGARET J. MOULTON HELEN M. GRIGGS J UNIORS GUNDERSON WANDA L. TAESCHNER FRANCES L. RIDDLE MILLER HELEN M. HOLCOMB HELEN C. JOHNSON SOPHOMORES BALLARD GLADYS G. MELL MARGARET M. KIRKBRIDE DERBY DORIS J. COE LUCILLE L. PRIDEAU FRESHMEN ESTELLE M. PETERSON IRVA J. RANKIN LILLIAN V. RONNEBERG EVELYN HOKE MARY R. SEARS MAUDE L. SEIPP Bl-IRNYCE D. TANNLER HELEN DAKIN JUANITA M. LINDSEV DOROTHY SMITI'I Rankin Kirkbride Ron neberg Lindsey Coe Holcomb Smith Taesclmcr Mell Dakin Peterson Derby Riddle Tannler Miller Gunderson Moulton Seipp G riggs Hake Sears Christoffer Ballard Johnson l483l Fml2ue1cll6?,UnivI:rsily 3 ' h Iietabgmgmer, i ornia, 1909: f Esta is 1923: Ni,ncXctiv1: Chapters Z P d 903 West Illinois LOIS BUSCH AGNES ERICKSON LOUISE RATZESBERGER LUCILLE BEARD JESSIE MILES CATHERINE DAVIS LOIS PADDOCK FRANCES BURLEY Il 'I : fs 0 31393- n'fQ-l0-LD'i- I. I Members in University SENIORS MARY TUCKER PHVLLIS LOTZ RUTH BURLEY MARGUERITE RUSSENBERGER JUN1oRs CHARLOTT SPREYNE ELIZABETH MCHRIDE ESTHER CHRISTIE LIICILLE HELPHINSTINE SOPHOMORES OLGA ZWERMANN CAROLYN RICE KATHRYN LOCK JANE MCBRIDE FRESHMEN ELIZABETH REYNOLDS MARGARET COX IDYLENE DUNCAN LAURA MAZANEK RUTH STANLEY JOSEPHINE MCNALLY HELEN TUCKER SHIRLEY GRIFFETI-I l I v Spreyne Stanley Mazanek Lotz R. Burley Erickson Russenberger Busch Dungan Tucker J. McBride Lock Beard Helphinstine Miles Ratzesberger Christie E. McBride Paddock McNally Davis Burley Reynolds Cox Zwc-rmann Rico Tucker l484l Flllwllld, Virginian iigntllqriifiornii Chzlplvr, Sum- . 'nrmal, 1897: Q "sta is ic 19231 Filly-four Active 6 1204 South Lincoln Chapters Strom-l MARIAN ERICSON GRACE BARRICK GRACE CHRISTENSEN RUTH GIRSBURGER OCTAVIE LEE FLORA MICHELMAN MADELYN BENTLEY EDNA WOOLSEY .IO Qvk. ROQ .31 ,'9 mia?-: 'Q' ,if 9' XQQIV' I. --1K ' A .- 4 '. - . inf ,O lmQ in I Members in University SENIORS MARY FORIQSTER HELEN HOCKMAN IRENE MICHICLMAN JUNIORS MILDRED HAUSICR BICSSIE HAYES HELEN ROTH LEONORE SCHLAGENHAUF SOPHOMORES MABEL MILLER ELEANOR PAYNE DOROTHY MARIS AUDREY NIEEMEYER FLOY AYLESWORTH MARGARET KlS'l LER LORINE LAIR FRESHMEN MARION JEWELL MYRA BEEDY MARY THOMSON MARGUERITE SCHALM DOROTHY DANFORTH Thomson Woolsey Beedy Danforth Girsburger Lair Kistler F. Michelman Hayes Benlley Nor-mcyer Schalm Jewell Miller Aylcsworth Hauser Hockman I. Michelman Barrick Payne Forester Ericson Christensen Roth L.Schlapzenhaul L.S.Schlayzenhaui Lee l48sl M 0 ' ' 3 ' s a is le 1 0 a K o1g'g:,z:-'figpliic H 1 nz West Oregon Chapters SUCH! MARGARET BATEMAN MILDRED DANIELS LILLIAN DAY WINIFRED DREW LOIS BARKER OLLALA GLASGOW ELOISE BERBAUM MARJORIE COOKE RUTH BECK DOROTHY EHRHART -A f.lV,r f a ,X L x ' b QI.. IGP iii' Members in Faculty IRENE BARNES, ll. S. MARGARET JACOBS, B. S. Members in University SENIORS MAMIE DORSCH JUDITH GUSTAFSON EMILIE HATHORNE LOIS HARRY JUNIORS FRANCES GUSTAVISON RUTH HACKLEY SOPHOMORES LINITA FOELSCHOW LOLITA FOREMAN FRESHMEN GEORGIA FERGUSON HELEN GRIFFITH LUCINDA KIMMEL AGATHA KINDER GENEVIEVE KROEPI-IL MARGARET MCKNIGHT RUTH I-IAMMON LILLIAN MIIELLER ROSE LE MASTER HELEN MELVIN ESTHER GRIFFITH FLORENCE MUELLER LOLA PICKLES MARY ROBERTS GERTRUDE WILSON VERA WINSLOW DELLA PECK ELIZABETH WILEY Wiley Ehrhnrt H. Griffith E. Griffith Foreman Beck Bcrbaum Ferguson Gustnvison Hackley Barker Winslow Glasgow Mueller Hummon La-Master Melvin Foelschow Cooke Peck Harry Gustafson Dun iels Kim mell McKnight Drew Pickles Kinder Bateman Hathorne Dorsch Kroepel Day l436l Founded. Transylvania College, 1919: T A t' en c ivc Chapters VERA G. BRINKMAN, A. B. ESTHER H. PATRICK DOROTHY M. POWELL VIOLET C. BINKLEY MARGARET CUMMINGS DOROTHY A. DIRST RUTH G. DAMMERS uY40lzez Delia Theta R 6,436 . A., ' A f i 6 Az'-0-16 1 Sowing, Members in Faculty CAROL Y. MASON, A. B. EDITH L. SWANDER, A. B. Members in University SENIORS EDRIE M. PRESLER DOROTHY E. TOOKER AMY J. TALLMADGE ELIZABETH M. WALKER JUNIORS MARY E. EDWARDS MILDRED L. LARSON FLORENCE B. JOHNSON LELIA M. PITRAT SOPHOMORES ERIN MCVAY FRESHMEN IRENE BECKER DOROTHY M. HERSCHBACH Della Chapter, Established 19233 II 1 5 West Illinois Street ESTHER W. UTZIG, A. B. FLORENCE M. WALZ ESTHER N. WILSON MARY F. WINDSOR ROMOLA J. REESE ELLEN H. THOMAS MINNETTE WARNECKE ETHEL M. RENFER Hotchkiss Tallmadge Walz Powell Binkley Becker Edwards Thomas Dammcrs Utzig Brinkman Mason Swander Wilson Renfer Hcrschbach Windsor Reese Cummings Larsen Joh nson Dirst Walker Pitrat McVay Tooker T487 J Fogncslcd. Hunter 0 . 0 ?:l1cmCk:1tiJmt0r, o cge, 1913: rta ' l923Q Twelve Active Z Ll 239 122:31 Chalmers Chapters . treet sv'4,-S5 V xyrfl 12..ff Hi. ,- dv Members in University SENIORS RERTHA R. c:oLns'r:-:rx niauax Y. MAYER JUNIORS 1-:Mm Fi.mscHmN Gr:RTRvni-: msn-:R Amer-: soronox SOPHOMORES mr-: R. I-zvsrmx r-mxxfxn Rusrzxs MYRA xAx1'r5R FRESHMEN IQTHRL c. LIVINGSTON MARCICLLE cmvm I-lS'l'HIiRLI-Ili FISLDMAN BERNICE HARRIS ROSE xi. COHEN sx'Lv1A WECHSLER RUBY RoLouNv Amicus SAT'I'ENS'I'ElN Axxr:'r'ri: KRULEWITCH FRANCES I. LEWINTHAL CHARLOTTE SHAPERA KATE LU RYA LILLIAN GOLDSTIQIN HARRIET SATTENSTHIN LOUISE LEVENSON JEAN BENSON Goldstein Livingston Luryn Piscr Wechsler Chnvin Krulewitch Mayer Kolodny Henson Harris Rubens Fleischmnn Cohen LL-vcnson Shupcru Solomon Kanter Lcwintlml I-Ipstcin Goldstein H. Snttenstein A. Sattensu-in Feldman l488l .KJ I x x A If 7 'i ,H ,, W, ,, ..x 4, J . rt A 'Vx w I, uw. .4 if ff", f " ff ,4 . A ,. Mb.. r J , , . ,, .,.. . . W nl W Y ,A,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, , v I -A 1. 'I .lf I. ,t ,J i 1 4 3 If Ri .A Ms,-I Af -----Y----v Av' -r Y V- -V r r - W N Foundgd, Northwestern - T' Ec:nbChgx1:5.cr, ' 't,xzx: saisex 3 ,rem Iigzppa Szgma au SM. Mais., Chapters Street Q- Tp ,U .Q J 'fy R J! 4 In z Jw. Members in University SENIORS HELEN C. BAUER GEORGIA FIOCK ANITA HUCKER JANE VIAL WILMA FARNSWORTH MAUDE GLENN RUTH PEABODY JUNIORS FRANCES CONRAD DOROTHY LOCKE MARGARETHA STUEBE LOIS STEFFY GOLDA GORE LOUISE MILLER CHRISTINE WALLACE EDITH UPHAM HELEN BAIRD SOPHOMORES DOROTHY ADAMS KATHERINE CONRAD VERA E. GRIM LILY SNELLMAN JESSICA WEST f , FRESHMEN LILLIAN SEABORG CAROLYN STUEBE -"xxw,-.en JL'T',TT'iZ"1 T'.Ti'i'i"'.T1"TiTiTTfiLI1iZTiT1Q1j 'Ng' -:QT ',1'i1'f,iTZ'f.f'i1,1i"T'1'T,i ',"' 7 ffQ,Qfi',i1' ""'f""":...-- ' "ep Z . L w J YT i ,K gd A -sy , ull -.....,,.,f ., , ,........,.......M I489I f X - -- 1' f.,. -..,,.n-..Q....:a,.,,q x- .-,I....,..., f,,5a.-Q- 21 cI.!,-Q -. 5 w 2 it o ,-x 1 -, r V K 5 5 5' i E. 2 gt 'Q 1 , tr 0 H, 'E G n i S if : S 'I . Q. , 3 E m Z' 5 E in N I 2 g- 5' ll I C2 v 'J 5: I E : a 2 Q 1. Q' Q il 5 9. f' Ill 0 ,Y rv iv, O S' f' O Z' E E , 0 U . rn U 5, C7 :. Q ?f E 17 '1 0 Y: O P. 51 Q I 3 ,., I II , fb I " I 1 U1 II 0 1 'S ,, 'I EZ ss If rr QQ O w D- 1 -c L: I. 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"" T T ....,f1T'1t,-4-.,J' Members in University SENIORS MARGARICT BICLSLIZY VIRGINIA MACELHERN HILMA MCCUE MARIE PALMER MARIE EOEHM VIRGINIA HANSEN HELEN MCIIHERSON RUTH STROUD RUBY BOWTON RUTH IXICCONKEY MARGARET MANGAN GRACE WILLIAMS EDITH COCHE HELEN WILKEN JUNIORS MARY BUHBERE ELIZABETH HOLMES SARA LEVIN ANNA PAPANEK ANNETTA DENNIS LORETTE JOHNSON SARA LovELESS MARGARET PATCI-IIi'l"I' FRANCES DONOVAN BLANCHE MOYER ALICE MATTHEI JANICE REID EDITH MAE GIBSON ETHEL KEITH LOUISE MILLER MARGARET WHYTI-Z MARY ELIZABETH GOBRECHT EMILY RRAEMER MABEL NAFIER ELIZABETH ZEUCH RUTH HAUCH FRANCES KRIETER GERTRUDE NOLTING MILDRED SNYDER MAY MADIGAN SOPHOMORES FRANCES ASH EYELYN CROFTON EERNICE MCCARRON MARY LOUISE Down-:LL MARGARET BARRA RUTH DAMMERS GLENNA MCNAIR LILLIAN RICH ISABELLA BERCH FRANCES FERGUSON DAVENA MACKAY HELEN ROHRER CELENE BERGMAN DOROTHY FOOTITT FRANCES MALSBURY JEAN SMITH LILLIAN BRADY RUTH FRESSE ELEANOR MANGAN FLORENCE STEVENSON HELEN BRUNE BEATRICE HORNEMAN FLOSSIE MARSHALL VIDA TRAEGER DOROTHY BURGESS DOROTHY HUSSEMAN LAURA NORRIS MAE WILLIAMS LILY EURSIR FRANCES IRISH DOROTHY NOVY ARRIETTA WENBAN RUTH COHEN DOROTHY JOHNSON MELYA PAXTON LUCILLE WROBKE NORMA CRANE EI.IZABli'1'H REISER EVELYN PISHA FRESHMEN HELEN BARR SARA GIBSON I-AULINE MCCLURIC MARGARET STINGICR ALMA BATHUM JOSEIIHINE GILMORE ELIZABETH MCMARIN ELMA SIEBERT MILDRED BAUMAN RUTH HERR MARY MACRAY SARAH TALMEY GERALDINE BENNE'I"l' SALLIE HILL LAURA MANTELL EUNICE THUMLEY ANITA BESPALOW ICLNORA HOLT MILDRED MERKER EvELYN VAN ZANT GUDRUN BIRGER CAROLYN HOUCHIN LOLITA MURRAY IRMA VRBA DOROTHY BRODERSEN GERALDINE HOvEY ALMA NIEMAN VIRGINIA GODFREY ROSALIE IIUDINGER HELEN JACKSON ROSE NUESS ISMA GRAVELOT JEANNETTE CHESBRA RUTH E. JACKSON ANGELA BETESCH MARGARET GRAVIZS HELEN CRANGLE ELIZABETH JUNG ELIZABETH POWELL EMILY MARTIN LUCILLE CURTIS ALICE KOSTAKES CORRINE RASTER DORIS MATHEWS CLEMENCE DEGRAW ELEANOR RRUMM MARGARET REHM ESTHER SCHRUM BESS DRUMM BEATRICE LEVIN CAROL ROGERS LEONE WIGHTMAN GENEvIEvE DURHAM HENRIISTTA LINDNER EDITH RUFFRECHT MARGUERITE WITT MARTHA GAFFNEY MARGARET LLOYD ANNA SCHRUM AMY IYOLGAST HELEN GATELY DOROTHY MCCLURE MARJORIE SIIOOR 15021 WOMENS GR cups Conely Troutman Mitchell Pusey Daniel Yoder Izzard Ochler McDonald Casselman Gladkowskis Stulginskis Wheeler Roark Stoevener Hackman Sites Simmons Rocl-:hold Shields Anderson Landwehr L. Johnson A. Johnson Elmer Callihan Hannett McIntosh Rudolph Keuhl Himes RUTH DANIEL VERNA HI MES LYDIA I-IACKMAN ' ELSIE KUEHL BEATRICE ANDERSON MARTHA HANNETT EDITH CASSELMAN MILDRED GLADKOWSKIS MARY GERALDINE KAUFMAN WINIFRED MONAHAN MARY MARTINI ALICE MARTIN T52 Q1 elmea Qroup Members in University SENIORS MILDRED LANDWEHR LORA GENE PUSEY JUNIORS FLORENCE UHOMMEDIEU ADELE MCDONALD KATHLEEN SHIELDS MARION WHEELER DOROTHY MITCHELL HELEN OEHLER SOPHOMORES BEATRICE MCINTOSH MARCELLA STULGINSKIS MARIE STOEVENER BERNICE TROUTMAN F RESHMEN ANNE JOHNSON HELEN ROARK LONA JOHNSON RUTH RUDOLPH Qffleesizb' group Members in University SENIOR FAITH SHEDD JUNIORS ANTOINETTE YODER CARYL B. CONELY ERMA SITES BLANCHE ROCKHOLD MARY E. IZZARD JULIETTE CA LLIHAN BETTY ELMER RUTH E, SIMMONS ALEXANDER BEATRICE MILLS GRACE SCHROTH MARY BAILEY ADELE MERNITZ EDENA MILLER EVA FAY BENTON f rc' FRESHMEN -u HAZEL DODD HELEN FREEMAN GLADYS MILLER TULA WOOLARD ,. rel' -Age. -1.0-,Q 5 golf,-vfnw -:M IRENE DAVIS MARY HANDLEY EVA MAY BENTON .,,..s,A-,Q-av.,.,, X " Kaufman Freeman Martini Martin Bailey Mernitz E. Miller Alexander Schroth E. F. Benton Dodd Monahan G. Miller Woolard Davis Mills Handley Shedd E. M. Benton i5O4l ' fr 'f':'1 ':"'r"wr"w Q "K+, l I 4, 1 .,,' lm .yy 5 E l l l ll 1. L . i f l. l wr ' 1 l i l il l I l I .l li l. I l I 1 S ,. ii. 1 ll. L. Ig.-., . I. if ' gn l lim, , r ,W lvl ., b j,...l '1 hifi? liigvlii will I xg-'lil I We 1 Q ?iI lrzli Iwi. 51", V lgig. 'll"4.v" :Wi I ,Nl-fi love li. I i 1. 6,1 94,15 hiv? ll 4 ... gl. :ff .rp .,f ,mp U, -ww- Grcgg Jours Groves Kirk Corley Conard Swengel Murray Dicus Camp Cooke Gasaway Breese M. Pumpian Roche R. Pumpian Johnson Thacker Van Deventer orzrirm group Members in University SENIORS RUTH PUMPIAN ADELAIDE ROCHE MILDRED SWENGEL JUNIORS VERNELE VAN DEVENTER DOROTHY M. CAMP MARGARET DOLAN SOPHOMORES MARION JOHNSON CHARLOTTE GASAWAY MARGARET KIRK MILDRED B. CORLEY VIRGINIA GREGG VERA CONARD FRESHMEN MOLLIE M. PUMPIAN EULALIA BREESE LAURA B. COOKE HELEN V. JOURS Ylizpfzrze Qroup Members in University SENIOR CHRYSTAL FOWLER SOPHOMORES MARY E. PIKE BLANCHE BARNETT VIOLA STUDLEY FRESHMEN ESTELLE MADDEN MARJORIE GOLDEN ETHEL JOHNSOS GLADYS HELM PAULINE LINEBARGER DOROTHY MONTELIUS VIRGINIA DICUS HELEN GROYES PAULINE MURRAY FRANCES DOLAN MARION THACKER MARGARET PHILLIPS DOROTHY SHIMBERG HELEN TOWLES FLORENCE BLANKLEY .,. l. .. ..,r,,., ,.. ,,,,,, Madden Helm Golden Studley Fowler Shimberg Linebarger Johnsos Phillips Montelius Barnett Pike Towles Blankley MTM: M A 47" -.Y . .f T .W f . T, '?7"7"""'?TH"""' "" s I' I- 1' A-N" -V-'T' wi f ,, .,. ., ,mf , lsosl GRACE MILLER IRMA HUNT l'II,I.EN SHULTZ MARGARET H ERRON Shultz Herron Pnsmns Miller Wultc-r Wilson Alice Armstrong Agnes Armstrong Glenn Marsh Shovcr Cunningham Fvdderscn Hunt Dodonzs roup Members in University SENIOR .-xI.'l'A CUNNINOHAM J UNIORS 1.x'mA F1-:Dm-:Rst-:N .AxI.IClc ARMSTRONG Auxlis ARMSTRONG VIVIANNIQL PASMAS SOPHOMORES LIQCIE MARSH l.L'CILLli SHOVRR IRMA KOCH FRESHMEN GRACE WOLTIQR MILDRED WILSON MAROARIVI' GI.:-:NN Iris and Tlzilemolz groups Iris ETHEL WENTZ ELIZABETH DURKES FLORENCE DICKIE GRACE WHITESEL MARJORIE CARSWELL ATHELENE WATSON ALTHA IRVIN ALIDA E. DRAKE GLADYS BRACH DOROTHY CARSWIGLL GLADYS HOI JAM Members in University SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Philemon MARTHA MONTGOMERY MARY MONTGOMERY BARSTOW BU RTON IRENE RAUSCH ELVIRA FOX ELEANOR ANDERSON OLIVE COX MARY JENS . CHARLOTTE GROSSMAIN INEX RUTH CONARD GRACE WILSON ES'1'ELLE HAGNAI-IFR Wilson Irvin Fox Wentz Durlavs Carswcll Hodam Dickie Watson Drukc Grossman Cox Ruusch Montgomery Andvrson Montgomery Cunard Cnrgwgll Whitt-sol Bmgh l506l I K . 1. . fi ' 4 lif 1 ,e ir .wr K. .6 47 .Ii .- ,A Y -3 I N , o 'T 1" Webber J. Cole Brash Winter M. Cole Robbins Bcll G. Brunner F. Cole Sporleder Watkins Deere Douglass Veale Greer H. Brunner Ellis Adams Drom Nicolet E. Anderson Bonncn Shuman L. Anderson Villars Roberts Nicole! LUCILE NICOLET EMMA ADAMS ANNA SPORLEDER HELEN ROBBINS EUNICE ANDERSON EDNA BRASI-I GLADYS BRUNNER MABEL COLE .QM group Members in University SENIORS EVELYN BONNEN FLORENCE COLE LOUISE BRUMBAUGH JULIA COLE JUNIORS . MILDRED WINTER LOIS ANDERSON SOPHOMORES MARY BELL MARY DOUGLASS HELEN BRUNNER ' BERNADINE SHUMAN FRESHMEN OLIVE ELLIS CORNELIA ROBERTS RUTH MOLL MEREE SPORLEDER ISABELLE NICOLET VIRGINIA VEALE Warner Hal! group Members in University BEULAH DROM DE ET'l'A GREER MABEL WATT LORA DEERE IRMA WATKINS ROSE WALKER RUTH VILLARS FRANCES WI-IITEI-IEAD DOROTHY WEBBER SENIORS SYDNEY C. TABOR IEDNA EARLE WELD JUNIORS BLANCHE A. TODD ELEANOR LANG MILDRED L. MOYNIHAN SOPHOMORES MARIE D. FRANZ RUTH E. GEHRS ANNETTE HOFFMAN MILDRED M. ELLIO'l"l' ELIZABETH M. CLOYER MARIE A. NICHOLL AUDREY B. CADWELL GLADYS E. MYERS FRESHMEN PAULINE RYAN MARGARET A. NEIL BEULAH P. VOIGHTS PAT HORLOCK RUTH E. BLISS HELEN M. ASHLEY MARJORIE LANG Cadwell Gehrs Clover Elliott Franz Yoighls Tabor Neil Moynihnn Horlock Weld M. Lang E. Lang Ashley Nicholl 4 in ,N-,..,.,.-. A 1... T , - . l507l f TN Ifmfff - . X---45. gmfg ' " - '.':Yi-"Vai-fs'-. -' L' HONORAIZY W PROFESSIONAL Tau feta Tl' Honorary Scholastic Engineering Fraternity , 1 grrrig ll Founrlvrl, Lehigh University, 1885 Fifty-one Active Chapters MORGAN BROOKS, Ph. B., M. E. HUBER O. CROFT, M. S. ALBERT P. CARMAN, D. Sc. MELVIN L. ENGER, M. S., C. E. NEWTON E. ENSIGN, B. S. WILLIAM N. ESPY, B. S., M. E. GEORGE A. GOODENOUGH, M. E. L. E. GRINTER, B. S. GEORGE C. HABERMEYER, B. S. CLARENCE W. HAM, M. E. JAMES M. HARDESTY, B. S. RANDOLPH P. HOELSCHER, B. S. HARVEY H. JORDAN, B. S. Alpha of Illinois, Established 1897 Members in Faculty GEORGE W. PICKELS, B. C. I-I., C. li. JOSEPH A. POLSON, M. E. LORING H. PROVINE, B. S.. A. IC. ERNEST A. REID, M. S. FRANK E. RICHART, M. S.. C. li. CHAUNCEY B. SCHMELTZER, NI. S. FRED B. SEELEY, M. S. CLOYDE M. SMITH, B. S. JOHN M. SNODGRASS, B. S. ARTHUR N. TALBOT, C. E., D. Sc., D. Eng. JAMISON VAWTER, B. S., C. E. EDWIN H. WALDO, A. B., M. S.. Ii. li. HAROLD M. WESTERGAARD. Ph. D. C. H. WILLIAM M. YOUNG, M. S. HARRY C. BOARDMAN. B. S. A. C. CALLEN, B. S. H. T. HEALD, B. S. HAROLD E. HERTING, B. S. A. N. JORGENSON, B. S. J. E. KERANEN, B. S. NEWLIN D. MORGAN, B. S. I-IDWARD F. WILSEY, B. S. CRANDALL Z. ROSECRANS. BI. S. EDWARD C. SCHMIDT, M. E. ARCHIE J. McMAS'I'I-IR. B. S. CAUGHEY, B. S. CHARLES A. KEENER, M. S. . JAMES M. WHITE, B. S. F. P. HANSON, B. S. MILO S. KETCHUM, C. E., D. Eng. CARROL C. WILEY, B. S. E. C CLARK, B. S. EVERETT E. KING, A. B., M. C. E. ARTHUR C. WILLARD, B. S. G. A GAFERT, B. S. CHARLES T. KNIPP, Ph. D. CLEMENT C. WILLIAMS, B. S., C. I-I. R. C KELLEHER, B. S. LOUIS J. LARSON, M. S., C. Ii. WILBUR C. WILSON, M. M. E., C. Ii. F. T MAVIS, B. S. O. A. LEUTWILER, M. S., C. E. HARDY CROSS, A. B.. S. B.,B.S..1l.C. IC. I-I. O. NULL, B. S. HERBERT F. MOORE, B. S., D. Sc., M. M. E. E. C. HARTMANN, B. S. C. R NOLLER. B. S. ELLERY B. PAINE, M. S., E. li. W. K. BROWN, B. S. R. L SHRIVER, B. S. Members in University GRADUATES HAROLD N, HAYWARD MAURICE N. QUADE RUIJOLPH li. PETERSON SENIORS XI AYNI E. LYNCH RALPH L. DUGGER SMITH C. BEAN GUY BANISTER NIORVILLE J. ALLEMAN JOHN N. DEMMLER JOSEPH J. WEILI-IR CORLISS D. ANDERSON JOHN C. VOORHEES ROY W. SHIELDS I LTHILR D. FETTEROLF J. DIXON VOORHEES WILBUR G. GUILD I RI D P. MORF ICRWIN F. STAHL HERBERT L. WHITE l'HII I IP E. SONESON ERIC M. SOBOTA ALFRED MASTERSON JUNIOR olaokorc H. zlsxxl-:ia JOHN G. LYNCH JOSEPH A. TOMASEK RUSSEL O. ASKEY EARL P. WELLS I5I0l 1 Q . G4 I ' 5 .'. i if r 'f 'v.. I. I 4 - , fi -1 ffl 5, I lj". I . A I-J-, Eli .fl N li 5 all 1' 1 L. I. ln . ffl Wal iff li I: 52,5 7,1 vii' fl .4 .lril rf.. wg Slglfill Tau Honorary Engineering Fraternity I Fnunllell. lfxliversily of Illinois, 1914 'l'hirlven Clmple1's Theta Chzlpter, l'Ist:1l1lisl1eml 1914 Members in Faculty MILO S. Kl'I'l'CHL'M, B. S.. C. li., D. l'Ing.:. HARVEY H. JORDON, B, S., Asst. D. Eng. CLEMENT C. WILLIAMS, B. S.. C. E. GEORGE A. GOODENOUGH, B. S., M. E. ARTHUR C. WILLARD, B. S., Dept. M. li. MELVIN L. ENGI-IR, A. B., M. S., C. E. LORING H. PROYINE, B. S., A. E. ABNER R. KNIGHT, B. S., E. E. CYRUS E. PALMER, B. S., M. S. JOHN A. GOFF, M. S, ARTHUR E. DRUCKER, C. E., D. Eng. RALPH K. HURSH, B. S. HARDY CROSS. B. S., M. C. E. HAROLD P. ARKEMA ERNEST R. BRAUNER FRED A. DOLLINGER JOSEPH W. GREEN WILLIAM L. HUNT HAROLD G. MASON FRANK B. POWERS WILLIAM li. SCIAIROEDI-IR JOHN K. 'l'U'I'HIl.L, B. S. HORACE J. Mr'lN'l'lRE, B. S., M. M. E. CRANDELL Z. ROSECRANS, B. M. S. CHAUNCEY B. SCHMEL'l'ZER. B. S.. M. S CHARLES A. KEENER, B. S., M. S. REXFORD NEWCOMB, B. S., A. M.. M. Arch. EDWARD E. BAUER, B. S. E. J. CRESS, B. S. W. T. MORROW, B. S. REX L. BROWN, B. S., M. S. FRED B. SEELY, M. S. HAROLD E. BABBITT, M. S. Members in University ERWIN 1-'. STAHL HAROLD A. VAGTBORG GUY B. BANNISTER DEWEY R.CONNER PHILIP W. EMLEY ROY C. HAGEMAN WILFRED T. KING SENIORS HAROLD K. PRITCHARII RAYMOND W. MORGAN ERICK M. SOBOTA JOSEPH A. TOMASEK EARL' P. WELLS J. LE ROY BERNER JOHN M. DEMMLER J UNIORS EARL li. HI-OUNT F. C, SMITH ROBERT T. REICHEL MARK J- CR0SSE'l"l' JAMES P. BREEN CLYDE L. 'THOMPSON HARRY W. LOCKNER VIRGIL E. GUNLOCK JOHN E. VOLKMANN JOSEPH I-. PERTI. BYRON H. MELVIN CHARLES A. BUTTS LUTHER D. FE'l"l'l-IRIX Ol l CHARLES F. HENDRIL K JOHN F. LUHRS OLLIE T. PARKER SAMUEL I. ROTTMAYI R PHILLIP E. SONESON ARTHUR C. 'l'OSE'l'Tl KIRK A. WERDEN NELS A. 141.121-:nw 11ARo1.1J G. Mooin-1 J. J. ROLAND PAUL J.'1'HOMA Rollnmyur Gunlock Crosselt Dollinger Conner Mason Parker Soneson Elnley Hayward Pertl Schlenz Worden Pritchard Butts Hageman Hunt Arkema Stahl Morgan Lockncr Smith Hendrick Berner Brauner Volkman Snhotu Tusctti Powers Schroeder Green Fette roll V agtborg Kleerup Breen Y Moore Thmnpson M clvin .. ...K ..,,..m..:,,, N...-,-1, ...,.1,.,:', . ,.., I. ., I .l v w 'rg 1 "- ' V , ,...- s .1 .. . ."f'f,... L' '.' inks. .N ........' . . . . ESIII Them Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity srgf X 4 A te 0' Q ' to Founded, University uf Minnesota, X904 Seventeen Active Chapters Kappa Chapter, Established 1916 Members in Faculty Lviznnrr E. K1NG,A. B., M. c. L. uwmn M. MARSHALL, 12.5. o. A. LEUTWILER, Bs, M. L. JAM1soN vAw'r1aR,1i.s.,c.L. w1L1suR M. WILSON, c. 1z.,M.M. L. Members in University SENIORS A. H. HEINEMAN A. M. SCHULTES O. F. BURNETT J. R, BRODERICK M. M. COOLEDGE T. J. HYNDS W. G. GUILD W. D. KIMMEL C. C. BRAUN 'l'. W. SANDERSON H. R. HELVENSTON G. B. SUPPLE w. L. LYNCH 1. N. JONES if. RUEB C. H. CARLSON E. H. TAZE D. H. BUSHNELL C. F. STEPHENS G. L. OSMANSON E. B. MILLNER H. M. MADSEN J. STEINMETZ F. W. JOHNSON JUNIORS L. LINQUIST . LIEB D. ANDERSON S. CANNON DE MENT M. STREET . A. SEEPE . ERICKSON G. HENRY . M. KRIEDER . D. PONZER W. MCCOY W. W. MCILWAIN G. N. WICKHORSI T. C. STRESSER S. JOHNS B. H. QUACKENBL SH A. F. MCCRORY P. MICHNER E. D. MCKEAGUE E. F. BICKNELL D. H. PLETTA W. J. GREEN Linquist Johns Kimmel Bicknell McCoy Supple McCrory DeMent Leib Pletta Madsen Osmanson Mclieztgue Krcider Hclvenston Michner Cannon Millner Johnson Henry Green Strcsser Guild Rueb Heincman Cooledge Steinmetz Stephenson Sanderson Quadc Peterson Wickhorts Hynds Street Schultes Carlson Seepe Burnett Tnze Erickson Broderick Bushnell McIlwain l5I2l ELLERY B. PAINE, M. S., IC. li. ABNER R. KNIGHT, M. E.. E. E, CHARLES T. KNIPP, l'h. D. MORGAN BROOKS, Ph. B., M. II. R. O. ASKEY W. L. BRANCH R. L. DUGGER W. S. DUNCAN J. BAUDINO M. J. CROSSETT 5141 1Q,zppa zz Honorary Electrical Engineering Fraternity l Founded, University of Illinois, 1904 Nineteen Active Chapters Alpha Chapter, l-Istablished 1904 Members in Faculty EDWIN H. WALDO, A. B. HUGH A, BROWN, M. S., E. E. WILLIAM M, YOUNG, M. S. ERNEST A. REID, M. S. CHARLES A. KEENER, M. S. Members in University SENIORS P, W. EMLEY W. T. KING F. B. POWERS J. W. GREENE F. E. LIEB E. M. SOBOTA E. F. HETTEL W. E. LYNCH C. A. BUTTS W. HICKMAN F. P. MORF JUNIORS J. O. EPHGRAVE H. K. PRITCHARD H. SOLIDAY P. H. FRANK C. F. ROBBINS P. J. THOMA Thoma Butts King Emley Robbins Hayward Ephgrave Duncan Frank Morf Baudino Lynch Crosse!! Sobota Hickman Greene Hettel Duggcr Br unch Pritchard lsrsl ARTHUR C. WILLARD, B, S. GEORGE A. GOODENOUGH, M. li. OSCAR A. Ll'IU'I'WILER, B. S., BI. li. Tj Tau Slglfill Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity 6 I-I IL lfounmla-cl, l'nivi-rsily oi Illinnis, I9I5 Six Ac iw Cl12lDIl'l'S l Illinois Alpha Chapter, listfilxlislwcl 1915 Members in Faculty VINCENT S. DAY, B. S. CRANDALL Z. ROSECRANS, ll. S. JOSEPH A. POLSON, M. E. imrcic w. m+:Nran1e'1', 11. ic. HORACE J. 11Ac1NT1R1':, M.M.1f:. Members in University SENIORS NORYILLIC J. ALLEMAN JOHN N. DEMMLER WALLIE W. MCILWAIN ROY W. SHIELDS li. HAROLD TAZE C. BAIVMGARDNER CHARLES J. KALKIN H. J. ANDERSON ROY C. HAGEMAN S. I. ROTTMAYER CURTIS U. SMITH JOSEPH A. TOMASEK ERNEST D. PONZER ERNEST E. VEIHL GUY BANISTER ARNOLD H. HEINEMAN JUNIORS JOHN R. CONNICLLY Gl-IORGI-I H. ZICNNER CLARENCE W. HAM. M. I-I. ALONZO P. KRATZ, M. S. WILLIAM N. ESPY, Ii. S. HUBER O. CROFT, M. S. WILLIAM E. SCHROICDER, JR RALPH H. STONE RAMON F. WIKOFF GEORGE Ii. HENNING Kl'INNI'I'l'H D. KNOHLOCK Hagc man Tn ze Demmler Rn!! mnycr 'I'on1:1sck Zenncr Cunnclly Knublock Anderson llzmisler Stnnc Hcincman Ilzuullgarclner Smith l,l'll'I'S0lI Culkin Mcllwzlin Veihl Shields Schroeder Allcmzm Henning Wiknff i514l .xt Q . -RN N. i i i 1 ix, l :J ----r-f+-A'::v-.:1-:-'-r-f--- .. vw- - . . -f--- 'NM' -5'j"r1t"r7f---- --f- ff--'-'--f7':'::?3-:TT-'11':'v:'-ff-'tt'-f7?fi-Z-ffW: --1--"if -A U' T:-H--f--T--1 --.rf HT Z- 'Q - 5 if . . .UU - Q ff-M-4 Y - - - -f V -----M------------'---f--,----------W ---- ,---1--i------A-ni ' Q1 QR. ll i If I lisa: ,gig d7'g0y 6 , 5. .4 . rx Y ll Honorary Architectural Fraternity . apr 'N I . .i 3 . 4 . l up J i ' i 'i' A J :ui I L" li l i, IJ . it I If 'N " 5 r ii W1 f .iii :Fi 1 ' if ' il . .il Founded, Cornell University, 1910 Two Active Chapters Beta Chapter, Established 1917 , . Y kk I fl liao A 'J FAQ 1 A ' I is 2 ir. 2 ,lv Members in Faculty in . , , i ' CYRUS E. PALMER, M. S. RODNEY E. SPANGLER, B. S. REXFORD NEWCOMB, A. M., M. Arch. 1 '- ! Q LORING H. PROVINE, A. E. gint In : if i 3' if HITS' 2 9 fr W :gli ii ' lf . . . 'pil K' Q Members zn Umverszty law ' 1 'if i 'S gi, ii 31 sEN1oRs . qigil 'A 1 ' ! - PHILLIP E. SONESON JOHN IV. GREGG FRED A. FREIBERG LE ROY BERNER :gl l W i WILLIAM L. EDHOLM JAMES E. LILL J. DONALD PROUTY JOSEPH J. WEILER iq., i RALPH T. HETHERLIN YVILLIAM P. KRAMER W1 l A ' i i iii l all 4' .ifial F 2 I E 1 JUNIORS l ' 2-S i LOUIS D. MANDELL CHARLES F. ELLIS LOYVELL E. OZIER GEORGE VV. BUTZOW i I 7 RICHARD T. REICHEL JOHN ROIVLAND ' :il , - 4 ' .4 Af' 1 V fl-it if . 2 J . P , j 'L i -N will p p W, . j A ,i 4 2 ii 5 I 1 V, 1 f s i 1 l ' A 5 Q J . . J 19' i li iw 'ii I i J "l f 3 i 5 ix fl -l 1 'l V ,i . il ii, ,jg I V fi fflj v , ai f' Q as i' 2 5? 'lf l - l . li if V :Fl 3 I 1 'fi i fi . x 1 . ,gap . Lill Rowland Berner Kramer Ellis Y If Freiberg Hetherlin Gregg Weiler Ozier Z 31,1 ' , A Edholm Mandell Reichel Palmer Newcomb Spangler Soneson i XZ! ig' ll il , ' L iltilqi i in .Y--M-....... . -....---..-. -....... ..-. . ..... -... A 1. 1, -I ' ' ' - ' r- ' . ' . . '1 . .yi fr- "" """' ' iff' bp i A 'e wUIaLl7il2'EIQn.5i3':iE1e.J3P'I' .f.n..kz'I1X."Al.g-.m:a'3..' F l5I5l Beta gamma Szgma Honorary Commerce Fraternity l l I DAVID KINLEY, Ph. IJ., LL. D. ANANIAS C. LITTLETON, A. M.. C. P. A. SIMON LITMAN, D. J. P. ct R. C. MAURICE H. ROBINSON, Ph. D. FREDERICK A. RUSSELL, Ph. D. HIRAM T. SCOVILL, A. B., C. P. A. CHARLES M. THOMPSON, Ph. D., LI.. D. Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1907 Thirteen Active Chapters Alpha Chapter, Established 1913 Members in Faculty NATHAN A. WESTON, Ph. D. ERNEST L. BOGART, Ph. D. PAUL D. CONVERSE, A. M. AUDLEY E. PATTON, Ph. D. EDWARD J. FILBEY, Ph. D., C. P. A. ESSEL R. DILLAVOU, A. B., J. D. FRENCH E. WOLFE, Ph. D. Members in University GRADUATES LAWRENCE KLINE. B. S. LOUIS O. FOSTER, M. S. HORACE M. GRAY, M. S. OTTO H. GRESSENS, M. S. JOHN W. HANSON, B. S. RAYMOND E. GLOS, B. S. KENNETH M. DUBACH, B. S. ELMER B. BROWN, B. S. RALPH S. JOHNS, B. S. WALDO G. MUELER, B. S. RALPH M. MONK FRANK S. LEAHY KENNETH D. CARPENTER LUTHER H. LYON WILLIAM MORRISON ROBERT R. ALLENTHARP SENIORS RILEY MCCLAIN DONALD A. SNYDER PAUL M. ANDERSON JULIAN O. HEPPES ALFRED F. NEWKIRK RAYMOND S. MADISON NORMAN C. MAYER G. GORDON MACKAY FRITZ A. BAUER ALBERT H. PAUL COLLIN W. MCILHENNY VERNE L. HAHNEMAN JOHN H. BANDY JOHN R. BORLING FRANCIS W. SHARP FRANCIS F. ELLIOTT HOWARD H. MONK VERNON L. PHELPS Bogart Weston Bauer H. H. Monk Allentharp R. M. Monk Paul Heppes Phelps Snyder Madison Patton Bandy Borling McClain Elliott Newkirk Anderson Mackay Lyon Morrison Sharp ls16l , ,J.L, -i i' ' li I, . ,. I , lj' 1 i. si , ll' ' lt ii l,- M. hi, P 'fi ..l , l tl" . ,.,A , :Vi 4' 1 I l ,,. Q' l ll,4"jI , , lr ,: ll. l ' J ,l',J, li,-4. lfi' . lim-3 lllffli iiljf fy kgi Ii'!.5.if Wifi: ' 'lil 1-,i .Jjlyi ll.-f.il 'l r.. , V'-' if DOUGLAS C. ARRICK l I jj'-1: 4 T. coRDoN KELLY v . Band of X Honorary Commerce Fraternity 'DISH limi? ml. ff' .fg'e ipl Founded, University of Illinois, 1909 One Active Chapter l' ,, 1,1 'Ni ix il J, i Members in University .g' J J ! 1 SENIORS J OSCAR H. GOEBEL VERNE L. HAI-INEMAN ROBERT L. MARSH 4 I W' l THOMAS G. BEEBE THOMAS C. YARNALL JEROME D. MCLAUGHLIN H JOE LEWIS THEOREN MURVIN LEONARD M. I-IAINES J" .t 5- I' Q CHARLES A. BROWN ' gi HAROLD E. KENNEDY FRED H. FOX JAMES W. BARR LEONARD GILBERT f ffl 5 lf V' 71 I L ti li if-fi, 'f 5 5517 fl I iffy? lifilg , JUNIORS li ARTHUR C. MEISLAHN MAX W. VEST ARTHUR F. PRIEBE RICHARD N. JONES A .Mimi WILLIAM EVERETT WILLIAM P. MARQUAM CHARLES E. KASSEL BYRON B. PHILLIPS JOHN F. SITTIG GEORGE O. HOFFMAN NEWCOMB W. DIEHL ALBAN W. LINDROTI-I ll Y' il llflfq i ii-'Vi 1' ' r. lf 1 ' fl ' iligfi if il L Mil iilfgfi' l' f ii 4. l l , . , . Q- 'T' 5 .I A ll l . ,'l i l, " i if 5 ' A Mit A lf' 5i ijfl 'I tb' 'l if lily' iw Q W new I yi Meislahn Kenney Beebe Marquam Everett Diehl Hoffman Lewis I5 Qi, l Arrick Marsh McLaughlin Goebel Jones Murvin Haines Hahneman Sittig '15,-,, i Fox Yarnall Barr Gilbert Kelly Priebe Phillips Lindroth Vest Fir.. f , 5. f 1, V 1- I-A '." 5:--S-- ---A-. in -A---.-if-.--.-.-- -..- .V -.,......-.- ,,... .-.-..n,... .,,. ,. ..-W ,, .,,, ,.,-.,,.., M , 31' , . ' 3'flf1Q1,f7'ilQS7'r.QfQf7fl 'L ' 'ffm L " f----4-4-----f--L----.-.- -...W.Y.Y --. l5I7I FREDERIC A. RUSSELL, Ph. D. ROBERT L. MARSH DELAWARE HARRISON ROBERT R. KIMBELL ALLEN N. ZACHER BASIL D. FOWLER ll l I A UYQDIZLZ Delta Sigma Honorary Advertising Fraternity Founded, University of Missou 'is 4? - QW .!. ri, 1913 Charles Henry Dennis Chapter, Twelve Active Chapters Established 1923 Members in Faculty CHARLES H. FERNALD, B. S., M. B. A. VICTOR L. KRANNERT, B. S. Members in University SENIORS WALLACE ROBINSON JEROME D. MCLAUGHLIN THEOREN J. MURVIN DAVID O. DAWSON HARRY H. ZIEGLER HAROLD W. STORER RICHMOND T. BATTEY OSCAR H. GOEBEL Ji Nions FRED J. KLINKMAN ROYAL A. STIPES OSCAR W. CAGANN, N. S. CARL W. LAUER JOHN KEYSER GEORGE L. REID CHARLES E. MCINTIRE ARTHUR F. PRIEBE PERCY A. WASI-IBURN X v fl .Al .J Hn Q-i tl 1 Vg 1 . llli F Q Kimball Lauer McLaughlin Battcy Ziegler Cagann Zncher Reid Mclntire Klinkman Dawson Fowler Harrison Robinson Goebel Marsh Storer Murvin Washburn Priebc , ,fi , ,.,,Ql.r,..1,-. E --hw L w . L ,.1. l5I3l i I .4 s is ti 1 Q .rw i jr W 4 1. 'wi l. . .Engl i 6 lad .,-i rw Q4 tl .ff U1 l..4 lil 5,2 Egfi wh 9-gg lil its l 1.4- G 'v ii -1 iw r is i 5. r 1 . 1 S "ilu l "'1 V i -.1 Nfl 1 Weil M U l -x L1 1 W ,fi lr 1 mi kw ei., l ,L ii- QW T! - ,Al-r Fnumlrd. O. A. HARRI-ZR, A. M.. LI., ll. l-. IIRLLN, A. M., E. O. BOSHELL J. W. COALE M. F. COOLLEY H. S. GREEN A. 'l'. BELSHE M. W. BEHRENS R. C. HARMON F. S. LEAHY R. M. BABBITT J. W. BARR A. W. BROWN J. la. mv in 11. noomx LL. B. H R R C 7912! Della 7912! 1 I'nivrrsity uf Michigan. 1869 Fifty-six Active Ch: I.1ll1JZlII'II,S Inn, Iistablislml mor 402 East John Struct Members in Faculty W. I.. SUMMERS, A. B., LL. B., J. D., E. Ii. Members in University A. HALL B. HOFF W. JOHNSON R. JOHNSTON ln R, MCDONALD R H. MELANGTON J. W. MITCHEM J. R. MIX L. Ii. ELDREDGE J. li. FITZGERALD J. C. GOODALL R. C. GROFFMAN SENIORS JUNIORS FRESHMI 'I J. ic. JONES M. C. LEVSEN A. c. THOMPSON w. H. Loxccok L. C. MOODY E. E. OLSEN C. M. PURDUNN N. C. SNYDER A. G. HALL J. A. KEELEY W. MCDOWELL C. W. MEADE iplvrs E. E. CHEATHAM, A. B., LL. B. lf. S. I'HII.llRICK,Pl1. D., LL. B. 1: C C R J. S. R C. MAXWELL J. MELCHOIR R. MILLER L. OLIVER G. THOMAS A. WEAVER . E. WILLIAMSON J. L. MOORE R C .H. RADLEY . W. SHAFER O. T, THOMSEN E . F. WELLS Lt-nh y Olson Thompson Boshcll Moody Levsen Oliver Hoff Wcavcr Cuulc Purdunn Tlmmus Mitchmn McDonald Bohr:-ns Snyder Mix Jones Green Harmon Meade Johnston Barr Eldredgc Brown Bvlshc Day Hill Radley Maxwell Mc Dowcll Moore Dooln-n Willinmsrm Hull Wells Thomsen Babbitt Guadall Grofflnzm Fitzgerald Kccley I519Al 1 l l. '. .1 ,- 5-H. VH. l ein' EJAI l-'A 1 w ix. 1,153 f.',x r llfif WT: M .1- 1 2 3' v J, .., til ...I ,. '4 ,.,. Wm, .W 1 4 'Rn i 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 T nl rlvllx' A31 . MW M ' f . s 1 1 lb! . rl L' , . ' l . im l V91 Qu . va. ,AVA ,. .. .Jul . .fm MNH IW fflfl if M11 I 1'-fl A i lla? W .QS-1' . ill! V ' ml . Nl g REQ li. 31 .vlrf 1 "' N . .ffl z .1.3"1 Hi' I 3 'ffl e gyhi vpwii 'E "ii :Wag I 1 'flu 5 .N -sf.. :af A gwl 5 ilffgl l l . if 1 Q ii ll A-E E iw? jaw? Q li M 5 R-.Q 1 5 if Z 1 l 4 fi 3 195 3' l Q i,.-rl . I 1 pg g if i xl-1 H A lijg-if - Q,'.I L. i wg-' if A.: L. ' A ---ff-ws.. 1 A. ,,,. .W .,. "lf .A ', 1. .Al . 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RENO V. C. MILLER B. I. CONIBEAR C. M. HICKMAN +1 ii D. A. WATSON E. c. WBIHL R. B. SHAW P. K. SHANKS 4115 L G. H. WILEY F. J. MCMANUS H. J. DEARWORTH O. J. ROUS " '-fl, B. M. DECKER A. G. HALL H. H. MONK H. G. ROBERTS n. MCFBBLEY J. w. BARR J. B. soLoN w. R. ARRINGTON M i L. C. COTIE " wall wi 4 yi P uri 4' ' . l 11 bw' Wil .1 l.H 'f fl 3 New my , 1 wi wx . Qi' is l fi? ' Cl- . L A . l 45 fgfl Guenther Olsen McManus A Porter McClain Miller Trimble Hachbarth Menzimer Ferguson Reno Watson 'X 'g Fitzhugh J. A. Solon Newkirk Decker Murvin Shanks J. B. Solon Shnw Deanworth Thompson 1 git S h P." 2 ..... S-.ful if .i...,...w, if li -3 .'If.LQ,f. if V , ,Q.L..igL',Ql"f.Qg QZgff.If,.l.2,,QLf.1, i.f,f.Q.fQ'I.Q,,'F,QQfQQ.7,K,,w.-,,,,?:f,.i'1QQfJE,Q,'Q' A 2-. . Y -r 'B -M fMw...i...' 'if ..-"Li?.',.i..l.-.f.1..-z'3..- 5 71...: A w-.. ' " Wi "a 'Li.:l..'iQ.Q.:'.aLl'L1 .Li1."1... L3.w.....iQ:.l...sQE3ZsL..' l520l i RUSSEL N. RASMUSEN EVERETT L. PEARCE HARRY I. LANDON LEONARD C. CUNNINGHAM ADDISON P. CROWELL W. MARSHALL CURTISS E. LLOYD KLECKNER Q1 him Zeta Honorary Agricultural Fraternity Q V Af Y V va f . Q K I 'Q Founded, Ohio State University, 1897 Thirty-three Active Chapters Morrow Chapter, Established 1902 Members in University SENIORS ORVILLE O. MOWERY ARMIN J. REHLING PAUL H. DAVISON M. PAUL CATHERWOOD JUNIORS PATRICK J. O'MALLEY HOMER W. CURTISS DONALD V. DUNCAN ORLANDO F. GARRET JOHN H. BERGEN GEORGE W. STILL CHESTER R. POWELL HERMANN RASTER HUBERT H. TUCKER SIEGICL A. ANDERSON VICTOR J. JUDSON HUBICRT H. SLOAN EDWARD J. BALES EARL R. GARRISON PAUL L. GUEST RICHARD K. SMITH PERCY A. WASHBURN Anderson Raster Klcckner 0'Mallcy Smith Tucker Duncan Guest Crowell Still Garrison Garret Mowery Washburn Curtiss Curtiss Pearce Davison Powell Landon Rehling Rasmusen Lander Judson Sloan l52Il GEORGE A. HUFF, B. S. CHARLES E. CHADSEY, Ph. D., Litt. D. JAMES C. RUBY, A. B. SEWARD C. STALEY, B. P. E., A. M. HARRY GAMMAGE, R. S. FREMONT W. PATTERSON PHILLIP SCHOENLING WILLIAM WYKE MILAN T. FELL MERWIN E. POTTER G. W. KIAS A. E. HUMPHREYS Delta Them cgpfzfofz Honorary Coaching Fraternity Q Founded, University ni Illinois, 1920 Members in Faculty MORRIS H. SOGOLOW, B. S. AGNFR B S. CARLOS J. W 4. , . ARTHUR F. SMITH. A. B. CARL I.. LUNDGREN, B. S. Members in University One Active Cha ter P GEORGE T. STAI-'FORD, B. I'. E. EDWARD A. TAPPAN, B. S. CORDON C. LIPE, B. S. MILTON M. OLANDER, B. S. EDWIN J. MANLEY GRADUATES THOMAS C. HAYDEN PAUL C. STANGER ARTHUR J. HILL THOMAS D. KARNES HAROLD H. JORDAN OWEN E. METCALF SENIORS J. NELSON HOFFMAN JOE BARTA CHESTER O. JACKSON! E. S. CRENK EDWIN R. HENKEL FRANCIS M. SHAFFER CLARENCE A. MUHL G. C. LAW FLOYD S. STAHL CHARLES B. BUSSEY JUNIORS A. F. BRAINARD MERRIL WHITMORE G. H. BARNES J. L. LEIET Staley Whitmore Henkel Wykc Chndsey Wagner Olnnder Manley Smith Patterson Busscy Shaffer jackson Fell Karnes Reynolds Overtoon Muhl Potter Stahl Jordan Barta Schoenling Stanger Hill Hayden Metcalf l522l COLONEL DAVID KINLI-ZY COLONEL WM. T. MI-IRRY DEAN THOMAS A. CLARK Seczbbard and glade Honorary Military Society ' ', I If ' 9' R I :' nf? '14--," . , A 'fvf' ' Inf, Sixty-tw: Founded, University of Wisconsin, X904 F Company, First Regiment, Established IQOQ Members in Faculty CAPT. CAPT. CAPT. DEAN CHAS. M. THOMPSON CAPT. MAJOR HAROLD IC. BABBITT CAPT. MAJOR BRUCE W. IIENEDICT GAPT. MAJOR MAXWELL KIRBY CAPT. MAJOR PEARSON E. MICNOIII-IR CAPT. MAJOR J. A. SARRATT CAPT MAJOR ROSCOIII R. SN.-XVI' CAPT. HARRY H. IIAIRD SIDNEY C. BRADY LATHAN H. COLLINS GEORGE W. GER-ING TOM S. HAMILTON PIERRE MALLE'I'I' WM. L. MORRISON ARTHUR S. NEVINS GEORGE B. NORRIS CORNELIUS F. O'KEIiFI-I Members in University I Compannies CAPT. PHILLII' RAMICR CAPT. JAMES li. SI-IELTON CAPT. PAUL N. STARLINGS CAPT. HARRY R. VAUGHAN LIEUT. LIEUT. BENJAMIN F. CHADWICK ROY L. DALFICRES LIEUT. IVAN L. FOSTER LIICUT. LI ICUT I.I ICIIT. JOSEPH A. HOLLY EUGENE C. JOHNSTON JOHN S. MALLORY JARX ID H. AGREE E. H. ALEXANDER JAMES w. BARR THURSTON H. BAXTER M. GLENN GREATH EDWARD B. DEVRY J. KEITH DAVIS WM. s. DUNCAN RALPH K. DEIAEE ERNEST F. Fox ORLANDO F. GARRETI' IVAYNE A. GILBERT AUSTIN J. GODDARD ALTON G. HALL JAMES E. HATCH THOMAS K. HULL ALFRED E. MCGRGRY IVAN R. MCMILLAN VICTOR C. MILLER GERALD MORAVA ALFRED F. NEWKIRK WILLIS C. REDDICK WILBUR L. SCHROEDER CARLETON R. SMITH NATHAN C. SNYDER I-IUGO J. STARK J. Ii. VOYLES ALOYSIUS C. STONEMAN J. THEODORE TAYLOR JOHN E. VOLKMAN RAYMOND S. WATTS JOHN E. WOLFE RAYMOND W. AYRES JOSEPH L. BAKER J. ROSS BAIRD LOREN F. BOELINGI-ZR GRANT E. IIEVERLI' HARRY R. BOSELEY WM. L. IIRANCH CARL C. BRAUN JAMES D. HUNTING ARTHUR CHLADEK FRED M. CLARKE FREDERICK CROWDER o. E, DUERINGI-IR GILIIERT H. EDWARDS WM. S. EVERETT J. CHALMERS EWING JAMES G. HAMILTON ROIIIIZRT c. HOFFMAN FRED w. JOHNSON BEN F. JOHNSTON STEVEN J. KENNEDY EDWARD o. KRUEGER JOHN R. KUHNS CARL W. LAUIER RILEY MCCLAIN THOMAS F. MCMAINS GEORGE MIDDENDORF RICHARD G. MILLS CLETUS K. MOORE WICSLEY J. NIEIIICRGALL WALTER P. PIEHL RALPH R. RICHART PAUL A. RIDGE OTTO J. ROUS HARRY E. SCHLENZ TIMOTHY C. SCOFII-ILIJ J. VERNON SICK IIOYD C. STEPHENS R. A. TOWLE FRANK A. IYELIJ RAY ZINGRICISIC ,- In i523I CHARLES M. THOMPSON, Ph, D. IVAN N. ANDERSON WILLIAM R. ARRINGTON WALTER E. IIARTUSCH ALBERT C. IIAUMANN HENRY C. IIEAR PAUL R. IIEIER CHARLES H. BENNETT HOWARD S. IIENNETHUM WILLIAM M. BERTHOLF ERIC V. BERGSTROM WILLIAM A. BLEDSOE CHARLES H. IILUMENFELD ALFRED T. IILOMQUIST ALBERT H. IIOMASH GEORGE E. BUCHANAN JOHN H. I5UT'I'ERFIELD ALVIN J. CERNY JOSEPH E. CHARLES EDWARD E. CODNER CURTIS A. COLLINS CHARLES H. COMMONS BRUCE J. CONIBEAR CAROLL M. CORNELIUS HARRY S. CREDE Tlzz' Em Sigma Freshman Honorary Scholastic Fraternity ? 0 . .I Q Founrlvcl, Univvrsily of Illinois, 1922 Om- Active Chnptvr Members in Faculty THOMAS ARKLE CLARK, II. L., LL. D KENDRICK C. IIAIICOCK, Ph. D. Members in Uni'ue1'sity SENIOR ADVISOR C. R. POWELL SOPHOMORES ENGENE II. DANZEISEN EDWIN L. DAVIDSON LOUIS E. DETURK RICHARD G. FINN YIRGIN O. FISH JOHN L. FRANKLIN CHARLES R. FREDERICK JOHN J. GIIIIIONS JACK C. GOTSCHALL CLARENCE W. GRAHAM WILFRED G. GRUEBEL IIERNIE J. GRONSKI PI-IILII' H. GUSTAFSON JAMES J. GUSTAT RAY C. GUYER ROBERT G. HART GEORGE R. HESS FORD KIMMEL HICK FRANK E. HOLMSTRAND STEWART S. HOWE VERNON JENSEN CLYDE W. JOHNSON NICHOLAS L. JURICH GEORGE R. JUST LOUIS A. LANGILLE HAROLD S. LAPPEN HARRY W. KNERR WALTER W. KUEHL EARL H. KRUSE RUDOLPH I". LOTZ WILLIAM Y. MCIIURNEY EARL F. MCDONALD DONALD MCFEELY JAMES D. MCKINNEY LYLE T. MANLEY ROSCOE E. MENZ WILLIAM B, MIDDLESWORTH NORMAN R. MILLER RALPH C. MURPHY HUIIERT E. NELSON EDWARD Ii. NOEL LAWRENCE M. NULL ELMER PFEIFFER WILLIAM H. PLACE JOHN GUERNSEY PORTER GEORGE RAIIENS WALTER H. RASMUSSEN MARTIN F. RI-IIIUIVFONI . ,I. GLADWYN THOMAS, M. S. CHESTER L. REYNOLDS HENRY G. ROBERTS MAX J. SATIN JOSEPH E. SHAW CHARLES II. SHUMAN ROY K. SNYDER JAMES C. SPRINGER LOMIIARD SQUIRES VERNON T. STOUTMEYI R EARL L. STRAND EDWARD W. SUPPIGER DALE E. SUTTON EVERETT M. SWENSON ROBERT D. TICKNOR EDWARD I". TODD TURNER H. TRIMBLE ROIIERT H. TULL GILIIERT H. TURNER CHARLES C. ULRICH RICHARD F. VOELL EDWARD T. WHEELER PAUL L. WILTON CHLORAL E. WILSON EDWIN C. WOLF GEORGE E. YANOS I524J GI-'OR WILLIAM K. WHl'I'FlELD GRENIJI-ILL F. Iil'INNli'l"I' CLARENCE D. CHARLTON WILLIAM C. O'IlRlEN W. DONALD ANDERSON ELMER C. WEIHL MEREIIITH H. DAVIS JOSEPH '1'. SCOTT EDWARD R. HANSEN amma 5171 gamma Professional Law Fraternity Ifounrlul, ljnivvrsily of Muinr, 1901 'l'hirly-llirrv Acliw Cliuplr-rs l'i Clmptvr, lislnlmlislircl 1921 504 East John Slrvvl M embers in Faculty GE W. GOISLE, A. II., LI.. Il. JEROME L. Ll-:RlAS'I'l"R A M embers in University SENIORS J EWICLI. I. DILSAYER RICHARD J. NEAGLE JAMES L. REED R. WHITNEY CORWIN JUNIORS WARREN Y. BROWN I'Al'L S. l'ENEWl'l"l' LOUIS S. GRIGGINS PAUL W. 'l'RENKl'fNSCHl'H WILLIAM L. GLASGOW PAl'L IS. LIND FRESHMEN PERRY E. CLARK ALFRED M. SWANSON MAX A. WESTON CLEMENI' A. MARCHILDON .M., LL. li. SHERMAN K. HUGH ES, JR JAMES C. HAMILTON ROllER'l' S. SWAIN SNYIDER E. HERRIN OSBORNE HENRY. JR. HORACE E. GUNN WILLIAM E. MYERS JOSEPH R. l'E'l'ERSON O'I"l'O F. ROUSE 'X Herrin Wvihl Ilvlvrson Anderson Pvncwitt Henry Glasgow Griggins Mznrcliilzlon O'IIri1-n 'I'rcnkcnscl1uh Gun n Lind ll rown Mya-rs Weston I-Iunsvn Clark Scott Davis Whillivlfl Corwin Nvnglo Hamilton Ili-nxwtl Ililszivvr Goble Hngln-s Charlton Swain Recd IA'hIIlSIl'I' ls2sJ Szggma Delta Sigma Honorary and Professional Education Fraternity I Ifnumlvd. l'niva-rsily of Illinois, 10:5 Two Actin- Clizimi-rs Members in Farulty CHARLICS li. l'H.-XIDSIQY, I'h. Il,, Lili. ll. LEXVIS W. WILLIRBIS. l'h. ll.. Bl. S. OSCAR I". WHHICR, M. S, SICWARD C. S'i'ALliY. A. M.. H. l'. I-I. ARETAS W. NOLAN, Ph. D. JOHN A. CLI'I3IIiN'I', Ph. D. c'ARLoS J. WAGNI-:R. n. s, ARTHUR iz. Mus, M. s, MORRIS H, soooI.on', n. s, rcnwmzn A. 'mvi-Ax, is. s. M embers in U7IiUCf.Yff'X' GRADUATE C'I.ARliNCl'I l"l'Ql'A SENIORS i'.Xl'I, Il. KNHSITI' C'lIl'IS'l'i'lR U, j.XL'KSOX l'IIARLl'lS B. HVSSICY WILLIAAI ju WYK1 OLIVER I.. RAPI' jOSI'Il'H 'I'. l1.XK'I'.X j. I-IYI-1RIi'liT BUSSART GUY W, HOGG R.Xi.I'Ii LNORTHRITI' IQARLE DUWNING Northrup Jackson Rupp liussnrt Downing Hogg Fuqua Tllllliilll Mays Knighl Cl1'H1l'nl Williams M261 Cheek Mm-hl LOIS LUCAS GENEVIEVE MCCONNELL HAZEL MOSS ARRIETTA WENBAN HELEN ROBBINS VIRGINIA BUTLER BERNICE DROZDOWITZ JUDITH LICHTERMAN ROSE ELLIO'l"l' Ileuch McConnell Iluuer Robbins Hudson Mcl'lvllmul Wachter lluller Wenham ,lessee Lucas Blount Drozdowilz Seiler Moss MacDonald Moon' Powell uf 401111 alrzbtla Delia Freshman Woman's Honorary Scholastic Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 One Active Clmpler Members in University GEORGIANA KENNEDY MYRTLE OLSON MARY MACDONALIJ ERNA MOEHL MYRA BAUER STELLA WACH'I'l'IR MARY L. POWELL ALICE CHEEK LEONA HUDSON LIBBY GALST LEOLA HULCE ROSALIE KERR ,IUSTINE PALMER MARGARET WELCH HELEN Mr'CLELLAND ERNESTINE MOORE Theta Sigma Tb! Honorary and Professional journalistic Fraternity for Women Pi Chapter, Established 1917 Members in Faculty LAURA V. lil-IACII CATHERINE SEl'l'l-ZR RUTH I3LOUN'l' DORIS COE LILLIAN JESSEE LEOLINE L. CLARKE FRANCES FINCK HELEN MCGURK IRENE THOMAS ' HELEN RAND HELEN RREHM JOSEPHINE PIERCY ROBERTA DOISY Members in University SENIORS YIOLA LANG MARION QUICK DOROTHY MERCER ANl'I'A HUCKER JANE LOUISE BROWN FRANCES MARTIN META JOLLY JUNIORS ALICE CHEEK LORA BRIGGS SARA LOU DAGUE MARGARET Hl'R'l'ON DORIS MILLER ATHALENE WAISON Mercer Marlin Miller Watson Chuck Jolly liurtnn Hucker Quick Brown Lzmg Briggs i527l Fullerton Allen Mayes Kill'l'L'lllJl'0Cli Glos Scovill Iilliott Newconicr johns Lyon Anderson DeLong Allentlmrp Snyder Madison Zalewski johnson Beta ufbblm Ts! Honorary and Professional Accounting Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, I9I9 Five Active Chapters Alpha Chapter, Established X919 Members in Faculty RUSSEL D. HAINHS, B. S. 4-951-34- c:mI-'izr' Zmwzi -ip, - mmfge ' Gf"r" 71:-'PI-"C vgfif 5559163 rftgwcg. Z ' - 5:12 593 Z- . OF' Fm QW PM E, P F' E1 in 7 r- fn WT! HIRAM T. SCOVILL, A. Ii., C. P. A. LLOYD MOREY, A. ll., B. Mus., C. P. A. ANANIAS c. LI'l'l'Ll-ITON, A. M., c. P. A. CHARLES E. SGHLATTER, M. s., c, If. A. EDWARD J. I-ILREY, Im. D., G. v. A. OTTO GREssENs, M. s. PAUL c. TAvLoR, M. s., c. In A. I-IoRAcE M. GRAY, M. s. HENRY H. IIAILEY, A. M., c. In A. LOUIS o. FOSTER, M. s. MAURICE H. RonINsoN, vii. D. UAIL A. MILLS, II. s. Members in University GRADUATES R. E. MAvEs L. R. MILLER R. E. GLOS SENIORS R. R. ALLENTHARI1 E. E. ELLIOTT R. L. MADISON In M. ANDERSON D. R. JOHNSON A, H. PAUL c. G. DEI.oNG L. H. LYON G. H. REID Tr Delta Eyrszlon Honorary Inter-Publication Fraternity Founded, Syracuse University, I9o9 Thirty-two Activa Chapters Illinois Chapter. Established 1918 Members in Faculty THOMAS A. GLARR, II. L., Lin. D. Jonx Iv. HANSIEN, Is. s. RAx'MoN Members in University J. D. MCLAUGIILIN G. w. cHAI.MERs T. J. MURVIN E. E. sTAI-IL D. o. DAWSON OSCAR GOEBIAZL J. M. MI'l'CHl'IM R. A. MERRILL R. L. MARSH LEN GILBERT H. A. VAGTBORG A. c. DIGHTOX D. c. ALLEN R. R. DDPEE w. c. REDDICK G. s. RANDALL s. I. Ro'I'rMAvI-:R R. Is. WERR R. D wII.LEv D. HARRISON w. H. zAR'rMAN M. T. SWICNSON H. s. GARNS H. A. SMITH D E. GLOS, B. S. . N. CAMPBELL . S. JOHNS A. SNYDHR . S. ZALEWSKI P O FE2?i?'?1?U?"f' ?'rA1QF?2Fr4F" v-1 I--Q' mm 71 :JE Fiwgggzbig Qggbmggeg fcfgmmfmg Pm 1 iw li Fl sv Smith A Kretschmcr Tilley Merrill Mariluum Vagtborg Dupee Willey Jones llurvin Goebel Harrison Blclallilhlln Webb Diehl Reddick Zarlmilrl lS23l M. S. KETCHUM, B. S., C. E. C. C. WILLIAMS, B. S., C. Ii. C. C. WILEY, B. S., C. E. T. D. MYLREA. B. S., C. E. HARDY CROSS, B. S., M. C. E. I1-nn-1 Connor Voorhees Niles Gunlock Wilson Cuvanagh McKeague Cook Plcltzt Masterson Dollinger Parker liczm Tosetti Schulte? Shedd Vawter Bray Babbitt Williams Hendrick Honorary Civil Engineering Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, I922 Six Active Chapters Alpha Chapter, Established 1912 Members in Faculty C. II. SCHMIELTZER, B. S., M. G. W. PICKLES, B. C. E., C. li. J. VAWTER, II. S. I. O. BAKER, C. E.. D. I-Ing. W. H. RAYNOR, C. E., M. S. H. E. BABBITT. M. S. F. B. SEELY, M. S. 'I'. C. SHICDD, B. S. Members in University ' W. M. WILSON, C. li., M. M. E. SENIORS S. C. BEAN CHAS. HENDRICK A. M. SCHULTES J. D. VORHEIES E. C. BRAY ALFRED MASTICRSON A. C. TOSI'IT'l'I H, L, XVHITE D. R. CONNOR 0. T. PARKER J. C. VORHEES JUN IORS J. D. CAVANAGH YIRGIL GUNLOCK Ii. D. MCKIEAGUE D. H. PLETTA W. S. COOK H. W. MCCOY RENO NILES Honorary Mining Engineering Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, 1920 Members in Faculty I A. C. CALLEN. M. S., E. M. A. E. DRUCKER, B. S. I. M. MARSHALL, Ii. S. A. J. HOSKIN, M. E. C. M. SMITH, B. S. Members tn U mverszty SENIORS E. R. MARTIN C. D. HORROR J. S. HEMPHILL C. G. STEPHENS JUN1oRs R. E. LAGER L. S. VOLTZ B. MELVIN Martin Stephens Melvin Lager Callen Marshall Borror Hemphill Smith Voltz Drucker i529i as J!- Plummer Schlcnz Brandon Turner Sager Hopper Dcnwnt Nnrziin Scluttl Lump Wright Swt-nringr-ii Vngtburg linger Talbot Babbitt Flt-min Jlfu San Professional Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Fraternity '1 Founded, University of Illinois, 1918 Illinois Chapter, listnblishcd IQIS Members in' Faculty .'XR'l'H UR N. TALBOT, C. l-I., D, Sc., D. ling. MPILVIN L. ENGER, M. S., C. li. HAROLD E. BABBI'I'l', M. S. AR'l'Hl'R ll. BUSWELI., Ph. D. YIRGIL R. FLEMING, Ii. S. Members rn U nwerszty SENIORS j. C. SAGICR li. li. LAMP TNCSIRAAIQY " ' ' JUNIORS ' ' ' ' H. li. SCHLICNZ C. I.. HOPPER R. ll. PLUMMICR G. DPIBIICXT SOPHOMORES G. H. TURNER H. C. BRANDON Professional Architectural Fraternity I"Ullllllt'll, University of Illinois, 1909 ' Seven Active Clinptvrs Members in Faculty l.l'Illl'l-Il. C. DILLl'INHAC'K, A. M., A. I. A. LAFORCIC L. BAILEY, M. S., B. P. IRVING L. PETERSON, H. S. LORING H. PROVINE, B. S., A. li. REXFORD NEWCOMB, A. M., A. I. A. OTTO M. OLSEN, A. B. O'l"l'O ti. SFHAICFFER, li. S. CYRUS Ii. PALMER, M. S. KICITH G. REEVE, B. S. Members in University SENIORS J. I.l'IROY BIGRNER JAMES G. MARSHALL HOBART S. PETERSON HOWARD W, THOMAS HOWARD S. GARNS CLAIRE li. ONEAL PHILIP C. PUIJERICR G. S. KEITH RALPH H. KLOPPENBURG RALPH P. PICRDUI2 EDWARD A. 'l'AUBIiR'l' WILLIAM P. KRAMER LOUIS D. NANDELL V E. WITMER VOLLINTINI JUNIORS C. NORMAN BULLARD ALFRI-ID 'l'. GILMAN H. li. PLA'l"l' WILLIAM B. RUDE GEORGE M. IIUTZOW l. li. KELL ROBERT T. RICICHICL JOHN W. RUETTINGISR ICARL L, CONFER ' ARTHUR WUPPER F 1 -s -.. Rude Kramer Vollintine Kell Mandell Keith Coniur Bullard Platt Rm-ichel Perdue Thomas Wupper Butzow Horner Taubert Ruettinger Puderer Oncnl l530l v Dugger Emley 'Vliomsen Schilling Peterson Norris J. C. Voorhees J. D. Voorhees Fisher Lingenfeldter Briggs Kinder Ilimes Sobotzi 791' Jlfu gpszlorz Honorary Mathematical Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 One Active Clmpter Members in Faculty EDGAR J. TOWNSEND, Ph. D., LL. D. ARTHUR B. COBLE, Ph. D. JAMES B. SHAW. D. Sc. ROBERT D. CARMICHAEL, Ph. D. GEORGE A. MILLER, Ph. D. CHARLES I", GREEN, Ph. Il. Members in University GRADUATES H. W. BAILEY F. C. OGG GLADYS GARSTANG N. B. CONKWRIGH1 A. L. DIXON H. L. BLACK R. E. PETERSON HEMP HOSFORIJ A. J. MCMASTERS RALPH DONER J. M. DAVIDSON E. D. MOUZON GUY STEVENSON SENIORS R. L. DUGGER W. E. LYNCH AGATHA KINDI-IR J. C. VOORHEES C. G. SCHILLING P. W. EMLEY R. D. KELL MILDRED LINGENI I I Ill I R J. D. VOORHEES R. E. NORRIS F. P. MORF VERNA HIMES FRANCIS BRIGGS MARION FISHER O. L. THOMSEN E, O. KRELL E. M. SOBOTA J. J. WEILER H. P. ARKEMA J. J. BROWNLEE C. E. CLIFTON. JR. J. w. COLEMAN R. c. HENRY Tb! Ufbefza .Cgmbda Honorary General Engineering Fraternity Founded, University ot' Illinois, 1925 Onc Active Chapter Members in F acuity HARVEY H. JORDAN, Il. S. RUSSELL A. HALL, B. C. E., M. S. Members in U uiversity SENIORS BI. M. COOLEDGE J. G. LYNCH D. M. FRITTS P. P. MANNION G. J. HALEY G. L. OSMANSON JUNIORS M. E. JOHNSON C. M. KREIDER FRED RUEBNJR. J. T. SCANLO H. C. STEARNS A. F. ZITZEWITZ J. L. PERTL P. C. SMITH Pertl Smith Fritts Kreider Brownlee Henry Haley Cooleclge Mann ion Arkenm Johnson Clifton Coleman Lynch Rueb Osmztnsnn Stearns Scam lon t531II Brown Dr. Valentino Morrison Long Phelps Jackson Killvn Fowler Javier McFerr:1n Hailey Dowd Trvnkle Patterson Duncan 7 beta Qelizz T1 Gilster To develop professional spirit and foster friendship and brotherhood among all students of Foreign Trade Founded, University of Illinois, 1921 Members in Faculty l'ROl'. SIMON LITMAN PROF. A. R. SEYMOUR Dli.-KN 'l'HOMl'SliN F. N, CAMl'lll-ILL J. ic. J. Jrxclisox n.1..xn-IHQRRAN I-:. L. K11,1.1-:N O. S. l'A'l"l'l'IRSON lf. DVNCAN nu. R. xv. VALl'1N'l'lNli M embers in University GRADUATES G, li. LONG li. ll. BROWN SENIORS J. O. Hlil'l'I'1S W. M. MORRISON JUNIORS M. R. BAILEY C. R. DOWD H. H. GlI.S'l'liR li. D. l"OWLlCR 6177277261 530517012 YJ! Honorary Commerce Fraternity Founded, l'niv1'rsily of Illinois, 1918 Sixteen Active Clmplvrs Alpha Chapter Members in Faculty l'. JAVlliR R. H. HANSON Y. L. l'Hl'1Ll'S W. F. TRICNKLIZ s. v.s1M R. vt', JR. ALTA G. SAYNDIERS, A. M., M. S. LENA RHUE, li. S., M. S. M embers in University GRADUATES ICSTHICR CLEMICNS MABICLLIC 'l'Al'1'AN NICLLE BARRY SENIORS DOROTHY MOSIER RUTH l'A'l"l'lCRSON HELEN DALLAS MARGl'l'IRI'l'E RLQQFVBI RGFR RUTH PEABODY RUTH HACKLICY FERN CRAB'I'Rl'Ili Clements Crabtree Dallas Mosier Patterson Hackley Russcnbcrger Peabody Rhue ls52l Weidner Kimber King Pellingill Teitge Hottinger Dzlgue 'I'honn1s Weaver Jackson Colvin Reedy ammez cxfbblm C721 Honorary Advertising Fraternity for Women Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 One Active Chapter M embers in University HONORARY HICLICN HO'I"1'INGl-IR SENIORS I DOROTHY IE. THOMAS MARIE COLVIN MARY C. KIMBER ,IUNIORS SARA LOU DAGUE I'LORl'1NCI'I JACKSON RUTH RICEDY ICDWINA KIINC ISABELLH WEAVER VIRGINIA '1'l'I'I GL SOPHOMORES DOROTHY WEIDNER KATHRYN I'li'l'TINGlLL C. P. R. A. H. K. Thr' Jifu Qfyklid N Smjirzzkz Honorary Musical Fraternity Thirty-six Active Clulpters Alpha Xi Chapter, listubiished 1925 M embers in Faculty CRANDALL Z. ROSECRANS, M. S. ROGER Ii. HOPKINS FRIEDERIC B. S'I'IX'liX, B, Mus. HALI-I L. NEWCOMI-IR, A. B., ll. S. FRANK M.LliSCH12R. B. S. EDWIN Ii. NICWCOMB, li. S. ALBERT' A, HARDING, iz. Mus. Members in University GRADUATES BILLHORN RAY DVORAK R. VIQH W KICNNPIDY SENIORS MERRILL L. W. DECLERC MARSHALL Mr:x'laR R. ie. NORRIS PRITCHARD ic. J, SHAW JUNIORS TICD SCHOTT RAY GIIESKE Norris Johnson Harding Stiven Newcomb Shaw Meyer Rosecrans Lescher Kennedy Gieske Schott Merrill Pritchard Dvorak Billhorn Veh Declerc Hopkins Newcomer isssl G. L. MURRAY FRANKENFIQLD R. L. iii W. SCHAFF D . .EILER J. L. BAKER Eiler Schnff Maxwell Pearce Willey Still Hawley Haworth Ilell Murray Barker Bateman McCoy Lipe Schultz Allison Auble Kilton Still ufbbba Tau Qffmlztz Professional Agricultural Education Fraternity Founded. University of Illinois, 1921 One Active Chapter Members in Faculty A. W. NOLAN, Ph. D. L. L. SCRANTON, M. S. li. C. LAWSON M. S. V. W. KELLY, M. S. C. S. ANDERSON, M. S. D. C. HENDERSON, B. S. W. R. TASCHER, B. S. Members in University SENIORS G. W. STILL R. WILLEY li. E. HAWLEY N. D. MCCOY M. V. MAXWELL R. E. LINDSEY E. L. PEARCE A. F. SCHULTZ JUNIORS K. J. LIPIG L. G. STI'l"I' C. A. HELL WILLIAM C. O'BRIEN XLOSEPH T. LEWIS RANK A. SEKERA GEOGRE E. SIMMONS DICKSON D. RECK JOSEPH 'l'. PERTLE Honorary Swimming Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, 1921 Two Active Chapters Member in Faculty EDWIN J. MANLEY Members in University SENIORS LYNN E. ELDREDGE HERBERT E. JOHNSON WILLIAM H. SCHROEDER GEORGE E. SEKICRA LOUIS 0. MANDELI. RALPH C. SHEETS JUNIORS ALLEN W. WALDO CLYDE C. COFFEL FOSTER W. LAMB HARRY C. DUERKOI' rar mf?- WWW EEO U-if Fs Fw CQFF' O sc-1-scum :gwmw 1:-:vow O'm' 2555 W5-Wm? U-fr -A QOH? . 25.4 on-asf' Cwpo 3-www 0 U E vm rn f: T I . T. BATEMAN D. ALLISON . A. GILBERT AUI-ILE . W. HNWORTH DARREL KILTON IRWIN S. FOSNAUGH JACK H. NORSE FRED E. FISHER Simmons O'Brien Mandell Lamb Taylor Fosnaugh Lewis Johnston Edwards Rc-cl: Coffg-I Norse Pertlc F. Sekern Ducrkop Powers Fisher G. Sekera l534i Dry Crabbs Grant Funke Christensen Schlngenhauf W Qppcz Beta 791' Professional Legal Sorority Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 Members in University inlers JUNIORS LILLIAN SCHLAGICNHAUF MILDRED WINTI-:Rs SOPHOMORES M. ESTHER FUNK FRESHMEN DOROTHY GRANT x'AII.I.I-1 DRY HELEN CRABBS GRACE CHRIS'l'liNSOX 7312! Qlbptz Epsilon To provide an incentive to higher scholarship and cooperation among students of all lands, and to foster a better understanding between students of other lands and those of America in particular. Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 One Active Ch Members in Faculty MARIA I.EoNARD, A. M. DAVID H. CARNAHAN, Im. D. THOMAS A. CLARK, Is. L. RICHARD IcuDo, D. sc, JAMES w. GARNER. Ph. D. ALBERT T. OLMSTEAD, Im. D. ERNEST L. ROGART, Ph. D. WILLIAM A. NOYES, Ph. D. ALBERT II. LYEYER, Ph. D. Members in University Y , GRADUATES HARRIIGI' RICRR C. D. BARBER K. Y. CHEN P. v. JAVIER N s, CHENG v. T. TU II. MoNTcoMI.Rv H. M. FLETCHER J. II. KLEINHAXEL w. L. BISHOP c. L. IJRATHER I-. E. JACOB SENIORS DOROTHY MULBERRY c. ANDERSON T. LEN NoRA NULL I-:. In woo c. I1owI:LI. MARGARET DLDEATIII-:R JUNIOR P. A. WASHBURN apter MORGAN BROOKS, Ph. B. HERMAN DORNER. M. S. ROBERT D. GLASGOW, Ph. D. JAMES G. THOMAS, A. B. C. Y. CHAO R. ANDERSON M. C. KATTI S. Y. PUNTAMBEKICR A. LARSON T. DOMOTO M. M. VERGARA Katti Brooks Barber Lybyer Clark Olmstead Carnahan Thomas Montgomery Null Oldfather Kerr Kudo Bishop Cheng Puntanibeker Chen Domoto Vergara Jacob Washburn Fletcher Powell R. Anderson C. Anderson Javier Tu Len Kleinhaxel Woo Chao l535l Mangan Hess Van Tress Stiven Schwartz Pierce Moore Pullen Dennis Ringel Hickman Percival Bowles Potter Grimes Longbons Stone Hartley Fry Seed Rumsey Jlfu Qppa ufbbbcz Honorary Musical Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 One Active Chapter Members in Faculty FREDI-IRIC B. STIVEN, B. Mus. STELLA R. PERCIVAL, B. Mus. GEORGE F. SCHWARTZ, A. M., B. Mus. M embers in University SENIORS BERNICE STONE HELEN GRIMES HELEN LONGBONS DONNABELLE FRY EDITH PULLEN JESSIE POTTER JUNIORS MARY HARTLEY PAULINE SEED HARVEY RINGEL CARL HENNING SOPHOMORES G. RICHARD HESS ERNESTINE MOORE LESTER VAN TRESS ELEANOR MANGAN Szgma Delia Till' Honorary Public Speaking Fraternity, to further the speech arts at the University of Illinois Founded, University of Michigan, 1918 Three Active Chapters Beta Chapter, Established 1920 Members in University SENIORS MARTHA BLOOD MARY STILFIELD NORA NULL FRANCES WRIGHT AYERILL THOMAS DOROTHY MULBERRY JUNIORS FRANCES LEWINTHAL LOUISE BRESEE Lewinthal Blood Bresee Stilfield Thomas Null ls36l Brooks Wielancl Frecr Downey Purvc-s Burnier Iionncn Hilgard Hughitt I-Iuelster Oldfathcr Lambert Brumhaugh Mcllwain Pullen Jacobs Honorary Physical Education Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, 1918 Two Active Chapters Alpha Chapter, Established IQIS Members in Faculty VERNA BROOKS, A. B. EVELYN DOWNEY, B. S. MARGARET JACOBS, A. B. LOUISE FREER, A. M. EDDES DAHLGREN ANNA HUGHITT Members in University SENIORS ESTHER WIELAND BETTY LAMBERT EVELYN BONNEN LOUISE BRUMBAUGH MARY BURNIER EDITH PULLEN J UNIORS JESSE PURVES RUTH HILGARD LAURA HUELSTER HELEN OLDFATHER JEAN MCILWAIN Ibm Szggmaz Ti Honorary Chemical Fraternity Founded, University of California, 1900 Sixteen Active Chapters Iodine Chapter, Established 1918 Members in Faculty HARRIET BARTO, A. M. NATALIE FITCH, M. A. ROSALIE PARR, Ph. D. VIRGINIA BARTOW, Ph. D. M. HELEN KEITH, A. M. HELEN SALLEE, M. A. DOROTHY BATEMAN, M. A. EMMA MCDONALD, A. B. EMILY WILLIAMS. M. S. JESSIE BEADLES, A, B. LOUISE MILLHOUSE, A. B. MAUDE WILLIAMS, A. B. HILDA CROLL, Ph. D. I u EDITH WILSON, M. A. Members m Umverszty GRADUATES JEAN HAWKS, A. M. HENRIETTA HOERSCH, B. A. JESSIE KINNEAR, A. B. EVA OATHOUT, A. B. CHARLOTTE W'ARD, A. M SENIORS MARIE ANDERSCH CARYL CONELY BERNICE HUDDLESTUN JULIA LUNDSTRUM FRANCES BRIGGS JUNIOR ISABELLE CLARK DOROTHY MOORE Concly Clark Andersch Huddlestun Bcadles M. Williams Lundstrum Briggs Croll E. Williams Fitch Bartow Parr Wilson l537l Beta zz Qppa Honorary Banking Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, I923 0ne Activc Chapter Members IVAN WRIGHT, D sc. R. W. VALENTINE, mr. D. H. L. NEWCOMIER, A. B., B. s. xr. H. Ro1nNsoN. mr. lb NATHAN A. w1cs'1'oN, 1-h. D. R. I-:. MAYES C. w. rsussm' C. w. BRAIYI' Szlgmrz LZUIZZOIZ Honorary Dramatic, Literary, and Forensic Society Beta Psi Chapter, Established i925 Members in Faculty C. H. WOOLDIQRT, Ph. D. P. N. LANDIS, Ph. D. Members in University 1.1. MCLAUGHLIN R. H. KAGEY B. M. DECKER J. R. LAN:-1 W. R. DEUEL F. A. SCHREPFER E. C. WEIHL J. F. LL'HRs J. la. BAKER A. G. HALL W. C. O'BRIEN Luhrs Lane Baker Sch repf er Hall Woolbert Weihl O'Brien McLaughlin Deuel Kagey Decker H381 Qppa Delia YJ! Honorary Educational Fraternity Founded, University of Illinois, 1911 Thirty-three Active Clmapfcrs Alpha Chapter PROF. W. S. MONROE . WILLIAM HARRIS . RALPH I-I. OJEMAN . . ALVENA BAMBERGER . . EMMA REINI-IARDT , . LIESETTE MCHARRY . . Kappa Delta Pi was founded and in- corporated as a National Educational Fra- ternity at the University of Illinois in 1911 under the guidance of Dr. W. C. Bagley, now director of Teachers' College, Columbia University. The purpose ofthe organization is to en- courage in its members the ideal of consecra- . Counselor . . . . Prcsidcnt . . . . Vice President . . Rrcorrling Secretary . Corresponding Secretary . . . . . . Trrasurrr tion to social service. Membership is based upon scholarship combined with high moral character among those who are making edu- cational work their profession. Alpha Chapter holds monthly meetings, at which men who are prominent in the educa- tional field address its members. Honorary Scientific Society Founded, Cornell University, i886 Forty-three Active Chapters Illinois Chapter, Established 1904 Purpose-To encourage original investigation in science, pure and applied. OFFICERS 1925-26 ROGER ADAMS . . . REXFORD NEWCOMH . W. H. RAYNER . . . L. E. CARD ..... . . . Active membership is open to members of the faculty or Graduate School who by actual work of investigation have demon- strated their ability in scientific research. . . President . Vire-President . . Secretary . , . . . . . . Treasurer Associate membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students who have shown marked excellence in two or more depart- ments of pure or applied science. i539l - wzmwu s-111212165 :: 2fmezez:wlA'f j T lr! E 1 O-L2 7 I LL ICO - fi lmumxsfawzaasfr 5JkE4f'2l3?:S?iR53i"5 W l ' l l l l l 9 ll 04 gi: Li 0 sl r2 Q li I I wx nv M xg . A A , 0 J '. 4 . .Q ,a ex if 52 1. 'J 9 'E L5 Q: V, .V ge ' . - A , eg Thi Beta IQ-.5 101061 sa ' as If Founded, William and Mary College, i116 G 'U V Ninegy-nine Active Chapters Gamma of Illinois, Established 1907 6 ' If Q ' . 9 3 ' Ojicers ' . 3 ,14 ' fAi.BERT 1-1. LYBYER . ' .... . . . '. President Ps, 50 I CHARLES ZELENY. . . Vice President FR 1 . CHARLES F. GREEN . . . . . .Secretary X 1' ,CHARLES A. w1LL1AMs . . . . mmm U E . A ' 'Q - A . Members 3' 27 JCSEPH E. BAKER A YALENTINE Joasr .. NONA M. SCHWARZ 4 ROBERT v. BQKER' 'MAX, LAMPER1' ROBERT L. TAMRLING M pw CLARAN D. BARBER . 'LESLIE L. LEWIS ISADORE L. TAYLOR fq M :AMES H. BE1--rNE'r'r i ADOROTHY MULBERRY MARY E. TUCKER N Q LYLYAN H. BLOCK ' NORA O.,NULL A ELMER C. wE1HL Q Q LOUISE' A. BRUMBAUGH CLEONE P.0RR MARY F. w1N'DsoR Q 55 MARY L. BURNIER-U . Q AMANDA M. sci-IROEDER ' 5: hx " ' ' ' 10 H N F5 I-,-A M M 0 M nh IQ, ,Cl 'Q D 9 if M 5 E 5 Q n A Q Q1 if 5 . QE 54 3 Q3 V V4 d B Q :P ld nl 95. L6 54 R4 b- 49 A sg S? o' 'Q rf 22 we . ia 'A' , a l 2 'n' 13' ZQQ '2'3b-2:3561 55175 TLS C1'SY3?2?'-SQQX2.E?2GD?ZbzQUi'd K 2-?5U95vf-iY0 332 4.Sl9?kJS?.C.6?6a5 ZA? Silt? 12 24934 FPE '51 I ls40l' C H I C A G O.. CJIZGAN I ZATIGNS Qffbvfw Iwffl Iifffw Professional Medical Fraternity Ifnunrlvd, Dartmouth College, ISSS Thirty-nine Aclivu Clmplvrs CHARLES DAYISON. M. A., M. D. NORVAI. PIICRCIC, M.D. JULIUS H. HI'.SS, M. D. EDWARD L. HICINTZ, Ph. G., M,D., I.I..D. KARL A. MEYER, M. D. HENRY E. IRISH, M, D. C. C. ROGERS, M. D. Il. F. LOUNSBERRY, M. D. HALLARD BEARD, M. D. D. W. PROPST, A. II., II. S., M, IJ. I-Zin Chapter, I-Islublishud, 1899 Members in Faculty Y. S. COUNSELLER, M. D. R. L. FURIIY, M. D. PAUL W. RUSH, M. D. J. H. ROTH, M. S., M. D. C. M. DAVISON, M. D. J. R. HARGER, M. D. C. H. PFEIFER, M. D. R. W. MCNEALY, M. D. J. P. SPRAGUE, M. D. A. J. GRAHAM, M. ll. Members in University W. H. BENNETT P. H. MCDANIEL R. J. PORTMAN N. H. CHESTNUT IC. A. MCINTYRE R. R. R. RICHARDS P. H. ESSLINGER C. G. STOLI. C. E. BENSEMA R. W. HUBBARD F. A. IIAGLEY W. J BLACKARD L. F, ISENHART IZ. C. BARTELS F. E. HASKINS D. W. KILLINGIQR G. E. GLASGOW L. C. OLIN R. KROHN C. J. H. HOTZ K. N. PETRIE S. R. LEE H. W. KISHPAUGH E. H. PRITCHETT R. H. LESTI-IR I.. R. MCDANII-IL M. G. STEVENS ll, R. W. CRILE, M. D. LYNDON HARRIS, M. D. W. I". MONCRIEFF, M. D. I.. F. WEBBER, M. D. W. R. FISHER, M. D. ADOLPH KRAFT, M. S., M. D. O. A. G. REINHART, 1 J. E. FLI-IISCHNER, M I. D. . D. W. A. MANN, JR., M. D. H. R. AMBERSON, M. D. C. J. IITHOFF, M. D. I.. F. WHITTAKER M. R. WEIDNER R. J. BURNS D. G. MERSHON W. E. MURPHY R. C. NELSON R. L. PAXTON, JR. H. A. RASMUSSEN P. A. STALEY C. C. WILSON Wilson Iiurns WYIIIlIIIIil'I' Illuckurd Haskins Olin Pritchvlt Pclriv Rasmussen Paxton Nm-Ison Murphy Hurts-ls Richards FHICIIC BZILZIPY R. McDaniel Mvrshun Staley Hull ls:-nhurl HIIIIIJZIYKI Mclnlyrv Luster Stoll Loc P. Mcllnnicl Chestnut I542l II. A. AMESBURY H. G. BRIDEGROOM C, A. HEDBERG E. C. PORTER w. R. ADAMS C. C. CRAIG H. J. KIRCHNER I.. M. ISROWNING H. A. NOYES C. I". SHERRARD Z1 Szlgrrrzz zz Professional Medical Fraternity lfoundecl. lfniversity of Michigan, ISS: Thirty-live Active Clmpln-rs Eta Cliapler, listznlxlislierl 1802 Members in Faculty THOMAS 1. Sl'LI.IYAX GUY L. WAGXER JOHN WETHERSON OSCAR E. NADEAU FRANCIS E. SENEAR SAMUEL J. BURROWS HENRY T. BYFORII FRANK Ii. EARLE WILLIAM I-I. HARSHA MARSHALL D. HAYES EDGAR T. BLAIR FREDERICK DYAS WILLIAM F. I'E'I'ERSOX MARCUS H. HOBART EUGENE CARY D. A. K. STEELE FREDERICK Il. MOOREIIIC.-XID EDWARD Y. L. BROWN JOSEPH C. BECK Members in University HOWARD I.. MARSH Y. J. O'CONOR ERNEST S. MOORE wAI.'1'ER C. HAMMOND ARTHUR R. METZ HENRY I-.NEWMAN CASEY A. woon CHARLES S. WILLIAMSON HUGH A. MCGUIGAN E. F. POSER L. W. SWITZER H. J. IXANTON H. 1. comms C. If. ROAX S. J. MACLEOII L. M. T. S'I'II.I.WI-ILI. A. I.. CLARK SENIORS C. R. SHURTZ B. R. HANCROE1' C. CARR w. JAMES JUNIORS A. w. KISTNER H. 'l'. NASH SOPHOMORES P. A. KOESTNER ' A. M. BRUNER E. xv. EDAHL FRESHMEN W. W. TOBIN O. G. KLEIN I. L. OLIVER K. J. SMITH B. E. 'I'WI'I'CHELl., jR. I.. C. YOUNG W. J. NOWLIN I.. W. SCHI.'L'I'Z G. TRACY R. III. EKSTRANII H. M. MORTIMER S. I. 'l'WI'I'CI-I ELL L. M. MOORE G. J. ROIIERTS F. L. S'I'l"I"I'LE K. YINNI-IDGE Moore Smith Oliver B. Twitchell Tobin Slierrurd Roberts Young Vinnedge Mortimer S. Twilchell Adams Stlllwell MacLeod Craig Brgwning Slutllp Koestner Ekstrand Poser Bridt-groom Carr Kislner Kirchner Clark Collins Tracy Amesbury Switzer Iizmton Iluncroft Shurtz I543I GEORGE P. DREYER, A. B.. l'h. D. CHARLES S. BACON, Ph. B., M. IJ. O'l"I'O ROHRLACK, Ph. G., M. D. ' M. n. BURNS J. J. JURGJQNS B. K. PARKS E. E. TAYLOR F. L. MCMILLAN L. GR EENWOOD A. E. SPELMAN H. J. wixo A. MATHIS W. S. DECK 73122 fem Tr' Professional Medical Fraternity Fuilnclc-rl, University of Pittsburgh, 1891 'l'hirly-ninm' Active Chapters Iota Clmptvr, Eslnblislu-rl 1902 Members in Faculty FRANKLIN S. WILSON. l'h. G.. M. EDMUND F. FOLEY, B. S., M. D. HARRY J. SMEJKAL. M. IJ. WALTER J. HEINEKAMP, M. S., M. D. Members in University SENIORS A. C, BARBER E. J. ROONEY B. J. CRONWELL S, SULLIVAN E. C. TURNER C. Y. WAGGONER G. H. HENRY G. MILLES H. EGGERS I.. A. RICHBURG R. C. BOREN B. ROBERSON J UNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN me N. C. BULLOCK C. C. STEIN J. R. BOYD L. M. BRANDON M. L. OSTROM MCGINNIS D. JAMES 'l'. GROOT, B. S., M. D. WILLIAM H. BROWN R. LARSOX, Ph. D. V xr. R. GREENLEE J. P. CRABTREE R. w. KELSO iz. G. KOIEHLER A. N. BAKER C. D. BROWN T. G. Hrws L. J. WILLIS c. xr. BROOKS A. TOMAN Greenwood Willis Spclmzm Wing Deck McGinnis Roberson Tonmn Mathis Millcs Richburg Egrzcrs McMillan Stein Hays Boyd Brooks Buren Baker Kelso Jurgcns Burns Koehler Cronwcll Barber Waggoner Rggncy Crabtree l544l C. A. BICNZIE F E. HRUBY S. W. RAYMOND R. A. BARRETT C. R. CAIN E. M. DEWHIRST G. C. FINOLA W. O. BALDRIDGIC W H. KNUDSON C. PUGH L. G. BALDING A. P. KLOMMHAUS G. I. MEYER J. P. DOTY Y. E. ICMMICL, Ph. II. N. F. FISHER, Ph. D. F. R. I"I'1'CH, RI. IJ. J. C L E N J. S. X. C R C C. H Tin C111 Professional Medical Fraternity Founded, l'niv0rsity of Vermont, 1889 Ififly-four Active Chapters Fpsilon Iota CImptcr, Iistzlblislnfd 1918 Members in Faculty C. O. I-IERSHICY, M. II. A. L. SAWYIGR, M. D. H, F. MIEYHRS J. J. 'I'HIiOBALIJ, M. D. II. E. NOBLE . I.. J. WILHICLMI A. VAN DICR KI.OO'I'. M. D. Ilflembers in University F. TENCZAR . L. CRIEAN . A. KRATZ . O. JODAR . A. IILICKHAN CARSWELL, JR. Y. DRAGOO W. RITTER A. CYWINSKI H. MCCRACKIN P. O'NEIL E. CLARK P. MCCONNELL SENIORS J UNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN J. M. SCHIAVONII S. J. GIRYOTAS P. M. LAW A. C. GIPSON P. F. KIONKA M. C. TOPPING A. J. BOWN G. R. RAY D. A. SIMMONS H. H. HILL L. A. NEAL R. M. DONEGAN E. J. MCNULTY F. R. SICNDER M. A. ROI-I W. H. COOPER F. G. FERGUSON W. HANSON J. M. MASON D. PENCE J. REISCH M. F. SOLLIIJAY F. D. O'DONNELL C. 0. SMITH Cywinski Rcisch Hanson Simmons Topping Klommhaus Bnldridge Dragon Pugh Finoht O'Donncll Donugan Cooper McNulty Neal Pence Meyer Solliday McConnell Clark Smith Knudson O'Neil Ray Balcling Gipson Kiunkn Cain Blickhan Ritter Dewhirst Mason Tcnczur Giryotas Law Crt-an Benzic Sender Schiuvonc Roe I545I Delta Szggma Delta Professional Dental Fraternity Founded, University of Michigan, 1882 Established, University of Members in Faculty E. J. KREJCI, D. D. s. F. B. NOYES, B.S., D. D.S., D.Sc. LOUIS SCHULTZ, D. D. S., M. D. F. B. MOOREHEAD, M. S., D. D. S., M. D. N D G . G. THOMAS, M. A., D. D. S. . M. GALLIE, D. D. S. . W. DITTMAR, D. D. S. Members in University - SENIORS Illinois, 1901 B. 0. SIPPY, B. S., D. D. S. W. H. KUBACKI, D. D. S. li. J. RYAN, B. S., D. D. S. 'l'. W. HUMBLE, D. D. S. E. P. LITTLE W. B. DOWNS 'l'. W. CREEK R. G. KESEL G. R. SCHMI'l"l' T, C. ELDER J UN IORS K. F. KNUDTZON R. H. WHl'I'Fll-ILD H. S. JILECEK T. L. JONES I. C. GRAUN SOPHOMORES H. V. BLAYNEY L. F. TINTHOFF H. L. HESTER E. D. EMERY C. W. GREEN H. J. DROBA G. MARQUARDT P. J. KARTHEISER i 1 l Tinthoff Droba Hester Knrtheiser Emery Braun Blayney Green Jones Whitfield Jilecek Kesel Schmitt Knudlzon Downs Creek Little Thomas Elder i546l Kappa Tri Professional and Social Medical and Pharmaceutical F raternlty Founded, Medical College of Virginia, 1897 Forty-four Active Chapters Chi Chapter, Established, IQIO OFFICERS H. W. FELKER ..... . . kegrnt C. R. MOORE . . Vice Regent T. H. I-IICKS . . Secretary 0. C. SHERRICK . . Treasurer C. R. VEATCH . . . Historian M. L. HURLESS Sergeant at Arms F. li. KRAUSS . - . Chaplain Members in Faculty W. B. DAY, l'l1.G., Pharm. M. GEORGE LEWIS WEBSTER. l'h, G. J. A. SRI' lh C CLYDE MASON SNOW, I'h. G., A. M. ELMER HAUSER WIRTH. Ph. G., M. S. J. C. OCENASER Ph C EDMUND NORRIS GATHERCOAL, Ph. G. JOHN AUGUST DORJAHN, l'h. G. G. W NOVOTNV Ph G LEWIS ELBICRT MARTIN, Ph. G. l'. D. CARIWINTER. Ph. G. A.l-I CLKRR ll G li S Srp Sherrick Hicks Snow Day Felker Moore Veatch Krauss Hanson Hellmulh Martin Novotny Wirth Lavender Nelson Seward ll hxte Gohr Morse Barnes Forbrich Webster jackson Hutchinson Hu rless Alldrich Zipse Kostohryz Carpenter McCandlish Volpe Borrelli Cody Martin Frohs Fuch Will Earl Otto Baumrucker Haas McKinley Seaney Fritz Peters Anderson Johnson Mathews Daniels Hamill O'Connor Williams Iambcsis Belz Guicidi Giese Mean Meyer Choisscr ls47l Svobodzi Sclmhlc Franklin Clinc Washburnc Sclzrocrla-r ll rown Gi ryot as Tipzay Qfygbfld 5 10511012 om Professional Medical Fraternity Fuunclcd, l'nivt-rsily of Michigan, X890 Si-vcntcvn Active Cliziptvrs Delta Chapter, listzilnlislicrl 1899 Members in Faculty RAcHm,1.i-: wuuaos. M. n. iuvri-1 moulin-:, xi. n, 1-zinxar. 1.1'r'r1.r-3, M, n, llliARLIli s'r1:'r1.u-:R, 11. n. vmoii, oircmusr, ll.S.,1l. im. lllcmlncrs in Umvcrsity SENIORS mniim omvoms cinxua 'rimx' IUNIORS SOVHIIC SCHROICDICR DOROTHY FRANKLIN I"l.ORl'INClC BROXVN l'Il.lZAllli'l'H GIST FRESHMEN ifmxcras crime mm' scmnric ANxm'ri-: wAsnnL'Rxrc mntx' svonom amlfdcz Kappa Sigma Professional Pharmaceutical Fraternity Founded, Boston College, IQI3 Gamma Clmptvr, I-Istablishvd IQIS Members in University GRADUATES ICVICLYN CARON LOUISE ICCKHART BARBARA HYNES SENIORS RUTH HICRDLICKA li'I'HliL HICRIJLICKA CICCILIA FURIIAXIAK JOSICPHINIQ HARNICTI' ALICE HALLICR AGNES HVNKLICR llzirni-lt lickhnr! Hynrs Iflziller Hunklvr Caron R, Hcrdlicka lfurmaznink li. Hr-rrllicka i543l CAMPUS SOCIETIES Tu-Jifas Inter-Fraternity Junior Social Organization Ted Doescher . Fred Snell . . Robert McKay . Earnest Fuller . . joe Green . . Charles Mead . James Day . Welsh Hoover . William Fitzhugh . . joseph Ewing . . Fred J. Dorman . . Hall Adams . . Illinois Chapter, Established 1906 Members Gardner Stevens . . . Raymond Harrington joe Belsley .... Arthur Price . . John Duncombe . . Charles Hickman . Frederick Webster . Charles Stubbs . . Byron Phillips . Alpha Tau Omega Phi Gamma Delta . Kappa Sigma . . . Sigma Chi Phi Kappa Sigma . Phi Delta Theta Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Beta Theta Pi . . . . Chi Phi . Alpha Delta Phi . . . Sigma Nu . Phi Kappa Psi Delta Kappa Epsilon . . Delta Upsilon . Theta Delta Chi Alpha Sigma Phi . . . Zeta Psi Phi Sigma Kappa . . Psi Upsilon . . . . Chi Psi . Delta Tau Delta Hoover McKay Harrington Belsley Price Green Du ncombe Webster Ewing Fitzhugh Hickman Stubbs Snell Doescher Mend Fuller Ada ms lssol Skull and Crescent Honorary Sophomore Inter-Fraternity Society Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1907 Five Active Chapters Helmet Chapter, Established 1917 M embers Acacia RUSSELL T. GREGG A. MANSFIELD KING Alpha Delta Phi EGBERT O. BLACKMAN CLERMONT E. DULL Alpha Sigma Phi ALVEY M. SHROUT VAN L. DYSON Alpha Tau Omega JACK s. GRIER JAMES H. TICE Beta Theta Pi BRUCE CONIBEAR JAMES STEWART Chi Phi IRVING E. POEHLER SPERLING D. JONES Chi Psi HENRY PAULMAN CHARLES C. KILANDER Delta Kappa Epsilon LUCIAS THOMAS ROBERT REITSCH Delta Tau Delta DAVID T. KIDD JOHN D. MORSE Delta Upsilon WAYNE B. REEDER EDWARD ARMSTRONG Kappa Sigma STEWART S. HOWE WADE BARRICK Phi Delta Theta ROBERT A. FOX MAURICE J. HAMMAND Phi Gamma Delta RICHARD M. KECK KENNETH C. GERARD Phi Kappa RAY F. HAYES RICHARD G. FINN Phi Kappa Psi LEYDEN L. SCOTT EUGENE L. DESTABLER Phi Kappa Sigma LAWRENCE H. RYAN CHARLES D. WARD Zeta Psi DONALD R. GRIMES EVERETT F. NELSON Phi Sigma Kappa LEWIS COTIE PAUL K. SHANKS Psi Upsiloa WALTER E. ROGAN STEPHEN H. AMBROSE Sigma Alpha Epsilon ARTHUR G. OSGOOD JOSEPH F. JACKSON Sigma Chi JOHN M. BROWNING EDWARD li. BARRETT Sigma Nu ROBERT D. MURRAY ROBERT J. NOWLAN Sigma Pi JOHN C. GOTSCHALL GEORGE E. SIMONDS Tau Kappa Epsilon HUGH M. FEELEY HARRY L. KINNE Theta Delta Chi ALFRED T. BLOMQUIST EDWIN C. WOLFE Kidd Cotie Murray Nowlan Dull Poehler Nelson Browning Wolfe Hayts , Feeley Jackson Reeder Gerard Jones Fox Reitsch Hammond Grier Gotschall Simonds Dyson Scott King Destablcr Blomquist Thomas Ward Kinne Barrick Gregg, 1 .rulm in Armstrong Morse Shanks Turner Osgood Ryan Stewart Grimes Howe Shrout Barrett l55Il - - ufdegblzie Qlerary Soeiezjf To assist those who desire to attain proficiency and originality in essay, oration, debate and other literary work to realize their ambitions CHARLES M. THOMPSON, Ph. D. GEORGE HI'FF, B. S, HAROLD C. ROTHE KENNETH R. PRINGLE HOWARD H. MONK R. ARTHUR MERRILL THOMAS KENDRICK HULL RICHMOND BATTEY ROBERT B. MITCHELL Founded, University of Illinois, 1869 Members in Faculty MILO S. KETCHUM, B. S., C. E. ELMER ROBERTS, Ph. D. JEROME L. LE MASTER. Members in University BRADLEE PRUDEN GEORGE C. KAISER GEORGE E. BENSON BRUCE L. MCKINSTRY RALPH B. PATCH HENRY G. ROBERTS WALTER J. PACE CHARLES C. ULRICH JOSEPH E. BAKER RAYMOND F. GIESKE FRANK A. MATTESON WILLIAM C. O'BRIEN LL. B., A. M. FRANCIS M. CLARK, B. S. LEE A. SOMERS ELMER C. WEIHL EDWARD O. KRUEGER CHARLES A. DOUGLAS RONALD P. WATTS ROBERT R. GUENTHER CHARLES H. BENNETT Bennett Bultey Merrill Gieske Pringle Roberts Kaiser Guenther Ulrich Pace Benson Rothe Monk McKinstry Matteson l552l he QxYr6fzz?e6z'zz1'al 30615131 IOHN W. GREGG RALPH KLOPPENBURG . MARY T. WORTHEN . J. J. ROWLAND . W. E. AIKMAN G. S. ANDRUS D. F. AYRES W. W. BENN J. R. BICNNICTT CARL IIERG J. L. IIERNER DAVID IIRADLI-xx' R. S. DRAINI-:RD CARL BRAUN . H. D. IIREDEHORN C. N. BULLARD G. N. IIUTZOW W. II. IIUESCHER C. H. CAMPIiIiLL M. F. CARROLL E. L. CERLING E. T. CLINTON SIDNEY COHEN G. R. COIFOID E. L. CONFER A. A. COOLING W. I-. CRAIN J. C. CRISSEI' E. L. DE COSTED C. B. DENNY L. E. DE TURK H. DETZEN ELLEN DREW ROBT. DRUMMOND W. T. DURHAM A. EBERHARDT OSCAR ECKERMAN H. G. ELARTH C. F. ELLIS F. ENGLISH . FARNSWORTH A. FARWICLL F. FIEREAUGH FISCHMAN . E. FITCHNER FORK .E. FOSTER . A. FREIRERG FROHMAN JOE GANSCHINIETZ H. S. GARNS W. G. GARRETSON H. S. GLISCH J. W. GREGG C. A. GRENNAN gwzma-:f:g:'r"r'Q'r' Ojicers Members ESTHER GRIFFITH HELEN GRIFFITH L. C. HEDRICK DOROTHY HELD L. P. HELMLY CARL HERTZDERG R. T. HETHERLIN H. D. HILL F. E. I-IOLMSTRAND R. HOIIPING GEO. HORNER D. H. HUNT F. D. HURLEY J. HURWITZ A. M. IVES J. F. JACKSON K. JACOIISON L. 142. JAMAIS J. D. JARVIS II. K. JOHNSON LEO JOHNSON GEO. KJONES WAI. JONES G. II. KECK K. L. KEIL G. S. KEITH D. KING R. KINNICOTT W. F. KLINGENSMITH R. H. KLOPPENBURG W. F. KRAMER R. H. LE VEE FRANKLIN LINCOLN LESTER LINDIILADE C. v. LONG C. D. MCDANIEL H. J. MCKEE PHIL MARTINS G. C. MEADOR C. T. MIERS L. L. MILLER MOSE MILLER ROBT. MITCHELL HORACE MOSES M. E. NISBIT J. A. OGDEN WALTER OTT L. E. OZIER H. O. PANHORST G. E. PARK -4 President . . Vice-President . . Svcrclary-Treasurer Dclcgatc M. R. PATTERSON D. E. PE'1'ERSON C. J. PILLOW C. POLACEK W. E. POORE J. D. PROUTY W. E. PRUNER ROWLAND RATHBUN W. W. REED R. T. RIQICHISL L. A. RICHARDSON W. O. ROAT J. J. ROWLAND W. II. RUDE JOHN RUlE'I"I'INGER MARGARET ROTHMAN R. D. SAWTELLE R. W. SCHEYER - J. SCHMARS C. W. SCHOEDER Is. SCHWICNDT PAUL SHAFI-:R WM. SIMON .E. SMILIEY .L. SMITH SOIIEL SONESON .W. SIIANN .E.STE1N . W. STILLWELL RUSSELL ST. JOHN JOHN SWEET ED. TAUBERT . W. THOMAS .H.TIPTON .W. TOWLE TUTTLE C. VAGTEORG .F.vOI-:LL . W. VOLLIENTINE . E. WATERMAN J. C. WATTS ELIZABETH WEBER R. F. WEBER J. J. WEILER H. E. WHITE L. P. WINSAUER MARY T. WORTHEN ARTHUR WUFFER If. W. YOUNG D. H. ZECHMAN 0211259 ZbF1W:ZIIl"F1"5I lW"""" 4 lf'f?'1n-5.73 ,I IPM: lsssl FRANK SMITH R. E. HOPKINS F. J. HAMLIN D. 0. DAWSON W. B. NICKOL R. W. WASCHAN M. T. SWENSON T. G. KELLEY L. M. HAINES N. C. MAYER W. M. MORRISON ommerce Club The purpose of the Commerce Club is to further the interests of the College of Commerce Founded, University of Illinois, 1914 M embers in University H. E. Joxizs w. J. WISE R. D. cAR1'EN'1'ER J. M. KEYSIER R. w. ROSENE H. w. STORER J. 'r. SCHWARTZ J. 'r. DUNCAN E. s. Mom. n. A. sNx'DER J.. J. SHAPPERJ' J. A. HART K. s. BEALL v. L. HAHNEMAN J. B. SMITH w. s. MURVIN l w. s. ROBINSON J. G. FORSYTH xv. R. VANDERMARR DELAWARE HARRISON F. C. ZELTMAN E. F. SANDHERR c. c. WEBBER R. DE VRY G. L. REID R. R. HUGHES R. w. KOCH J. K. SMYTH F. s. TINTHOEF R. L. MARSH ARTHUR SKELTON ' 4 3:1 V . Qs I ,Ax Nickol Storcr Jones Rosene Morrison Webber Hughes Haines Hahneman Smyth Keyser Schwartz Harrison Carpenter Wise Koch Waschan Skelton Robinson Hart Dawson Hopkins Sandhcrr Duncan F. Smith Vandcrmark Tinthoff J. B. Smith Moll Forsyth l554l Inter-Collegzkzfe jfbzhg Club To encourage and promote advancement in the progress and science of Aviation ,afx-51' C,-.. 41 09 g 2 Q. - . ' ' ,413-1' ?:g:':,., 1953" W" tix 's"o x ,. S Founded, University of Illinois, x9x9 Members in Faculty M. A. RIDDEL E. E. PERKINS C. F. GREEN MAJOR M. KIRBY Members in University SENIORS JI. J. BROWNLEE I. R. MCMILLAN L. HALPENNY T K. HULL . E. MEECE W. Il. WHISEMAND T. H. BAXTER G. C. MCBRIDE E. N. BLYE J. E. BOYLES P. A. RIDGE E R. GARRISON L. E. WETHERHOLD J. K. WILLIAMSON J. L. BAKER JUN IORS A. R. HEDGES J. F. WALSH P. E. SHANAHAN O. LEIDING J-i KUHNS J. L. SEGER T. F. MCMAINS R. W. AYERS . T. CUNNINGHAM W. E. BERCHTOLD F. A. WELD C. C. BAUMGARDNER C. K. MOORE E. H. ALEXANDER J. J. HRDINA H. C. KARIHER SOPHOMORES C. P. LANSFORD W. P. PIEHL W. J. HUECKEL W. R. PRICE J. W. HUEGELY F. E. QUINDRY H. W. ANDERSON FRESHMEN O. D. MURPHY F. E. CHEATLE P. B. OLSEN Ayres Piehl Hueckel Anderson Price Quindry Moore Cunningham Baumgardncr Berchtold Garrison Wetherhold Baker Kuhns Halpenny Lunsford Ridge Hedges Riddell Mittendrof Baxter Murphy Voyles lsssl I . Olrlfalher O'Shea Purves Hilgard Gray I. Thompson C. Walker Brown Stowe Pollard Schwemm Mulberry Needham Robbins Stutson Fraker Hinch Law Cameron Lambert Usborne Smith Boner I4l'l'tIL'I'lllIl Condit J. Walker Werts Westall Rew Ewing Duryee lfzirrel Lamln-rt l. Styan Supple Wi-stall Milliken Glenn Glaeser Dull Bartholomew Nilson Wieland Brough Moore Osgood Holton Stevenson Rawson D. Slyan Mesler Goodman Burrows Rennen Bulow MARY LOU WARREN JANE EDISON ELLEN HOLTON BIQATRICE STEVENSON DOROTIIY BRI-1DlfI-IOl"'l' HELEN OLDIVATHER ALICE RAWSON DOROTHY Bl'RRfY"Q ELIZABETH FRAKER NANCY BOND SMITH WINll"RED CAMERON J-JESSIE PURVES OROTHY GRAY HELEN GLAESER MAIDA BARTHOLOMEW Sfzzlefm' Inter-Sorority Social Organization Founded, University of Illinois, 1907 Members in Faculty YIQRNA BROOKS, A. B. NEVADA MURRAY M embers m Umverszty SENIORS DAISY lfAlRl"IlCI.IJ DOROTHY NEEDHAM MARGARET HEIMLICKER EDNA SMEJKAL HELEN MESLER HELEN GRIMES ES'l'HER WIELAND RUTH CHATFIELD RU'I'H Sl'l'IWEMM BE'l"l'Y RENNI-IN DOROTHY STYAN NORA NULL DORO'l'l'lY MULBERRY IiLIZABIi'1'H LAMBERT J UNIORS I"I.ORENCE DULL ROBER'l'A GLENN PEGGY BURTON HELEN WER'l'S GRACE GOODMAN MIRIAM BROUGH PAULINE THOMPSON' JULIA WALKER MERYI, CONDIT EDITH BULOW EI.lZABE'l'H EWING ALYENE WESTALL MARY MOORE BERNICE BONER DORIS HINCH RUTH HILGARD ElJl'l'lI OSGOOD ESTHER BRUHN SOPHOMORES CONSTANCE USBORNE ELIZABETH S'l'U'l'SON LILLIAN NILSON CLETIS WESTALL CHARI.O'l"l'E WALKER GERTRIYDE BROWN ESTHER IFARRELL GERTRUDE REW LAURA S'l'OWE DORO'l'l'lY POLLARD VIRGINIA SUPPLE ELEANOR LAMBERT ALICE CONNELL WILMA LAW IRENE STYAN VIRGINIA LAMB CATHERINE DURYEE HELEN O'SHEA EULAH MILLIKIN FRANCES MCGINNIS REBECCA ROBBINS ISABEL THOMPSON Y-jlzzfomzzfhemz Q 'Qjzppa Thi Sigma To develop cogency of thought and personal power by public speech and con- tact of personalitiesg and to stimulate cultural activities Ifounrlvcl, University of Illinois, 1868 Six Active Chapters Members in University J. BABBAGE S. J. KENNEDY B. H. POLITT P. SWANSON J. P. MITCHELL A. P. WEIHL O. L. RAPP H. F. LINDE L. V. COLLINS H. N. RINGEL R. E. NORRIS I". J. MCMANUS R. L. WOOI.BliR'l' A. C, WEICK C. A. WILLARD L. U. COHEN B. M. DECKER A. BARNE'l"l' C. F. OLSON J. I.. MCMANUS P. MITCHELL J. L. McManus . J. P. Mitchell Swanson P. Mitchell Wcick . Weihl l Babbage Collins Woolbert Rimzlfl Pollitt Rapp Linde Norris Willard Cohen Decker F. J. McManus Olson Kennedy Barnett lss6J Burton Wood Pound Lindley Boncr Dorman Flom Tyler Werts Lewinlhal Stcffy Ratzcbcrger Hopkins Dull Disquc Grim Weston Millikin Slilliicld Oldfulhcr Jolly Porter Miller Mcllwain Martin Blood Farwell effleifzemzz' ,Qliemry Sofiezjr Founded for the purpose of stimulating forensic eloquence Founded, University of Illinois, 1869 Members in Faculty HELEN RAND, A. M. CLARISSA RINAKER, I'l1. D. M embers in University SENIORS NORA NULL MARY STILLFIELD MARGARET OLIJFATHICR META JOLLY PAULINE HOPKINS MARTHA BLOOD PHYLIS FEINGOLD LOUISE RATZEIIERGER GLADYS I!IDWEI.I. AUDREY MILLER JUNE PORTER DOROTHY MULBERRY VIOLA LANGE FRANCES MARTIN INEZ WEED RUTH LINDLEY MARYBELLE ARMSTRONG JUNIORS JANET WESTON Bl-2'l"I'Y IJORIXIAN FRANCES LEWIN'I'I'IAL MARY FLOM HELEN FARWELL PEGGY BURTON HELEN XVERTS FLORENCE DULL MARY POUND LOIS STEFFY KATHRYN TYLER JEAN MCILWAIN ALICE CHEEK BETTY DISQUE SOPHOMORES KATHRYN SEITER VERA GRIINI DORIS MILLER YVONNE MILLIKEN regorzkzrz ,Qlemry Sodeljf To promote interest in literary work and to further the spirit of good fellowship among the girls at Illinois Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 Ojiicers MARY CECILIA KIMBER ...... .... 1 'rcsidcnl YVONNE MILLIKEN . . . . . . Vice-Prcsirlmrt VERA WINSLOW . . . .... Secretary ROSE ALICE HIRSH . . .... Trnaszmv GERTRUDE EPSTEIN . . fllcfnbrv-at-l.ar1,'c lssrl McMillan Sheets Brocder Miller Rennen Christiansen Hartley R. Moore E. Moore Butler johnson Thornsburgh Bnirstow Kirkbride Uftberzzkzn Qterary Soelezjf Founded for the purpose of stimulating interest in literature Founded, University of Illinois, 1907 Member in Faculty EDA JACOBSON, A. M. Members in University VIRGINIA THORNSBURGH BETTY BROEDER DOROTHY POLLARD RQBERTA MOORE VIVIAN DROZDOWITZ GRACE CHRISTIANSON BETI Y RENNEN RUTH BAIRSTOW INIARJORIE SEERING VIRGINIA SHEETS MARY HARTLEY MARY MCMILLAN SETA BUTLER MARION JOHNSON SYLVIA MILLER PEGGY KIRKBRIDI' ERNESTINE MOORI' ADELE FRIED Ufrzomtzrz Qterary S 061.60 Founded for the advancement of literary and scholastic ideals Founded, University of Illinois, 192: Three Active Chapters Members in Faculty DR. STELLA HAGUE, Furulty ,Alzlviser DEAN LEONARD, Palroncss HELEN BRI-IHRI OLIVE ASHER LAURA ARMSTRONG PAULA BAYNE DOROTHY BLAIR DOROTHY BLUMENFELD MILDRED BONNEL LOUISE BOSSELMAN FRANCES BRIGGS GAIL BROOK ESTHER CHRISTIE MARGARET DRYDEN ISAISELLE CLARK KATHERINE CONRAD MARION CRISSEY SARA LOU DAGUE MILDRED DANIELS WILMA FARNSWORTH ESTHER FARREL LUCILLE FLACKENECKER Members in University GRADUATE STUDENTS HARRI ET KERR Members DOROTHY GRAHAM MADGE GRAHAM AGNES HANCOCK GERTRUDE HARVEY MILDRED HAUSER LUCILLE HAWORTH EVELYN HOKE I-IELEN HOLCOMB ISAIIEL MCKAY EMMA REINHART ANITA HUCKER LILLIAN MUELLER MARY HUSSEY VIVIAN NEWPORT KATHERINE HUTCHINS AUDREY NIEMEYER MARY KIMBER ELIZABETH PECKENPAUGH LILLIAN CEESSIE CAROLINE RICE HELEN J HNSON LUCILLE RIDDLE ELEANOR MANGON HELEN ROTH MARGARET MANGON BERNICE STONE DOROTHY THOMAS -in-evra "firm - i Haworth Mc Kay Newport Conrad Hussey Graham Dague Crissey Sparks Kimber Hucker Jessie Armstrong Niemeyer Holcomb Hoke Blumenfeld Reinhart Mangan Mangan Flnckenecker Rice Farrel Hauser Peckenpnugh Bonnel Brook Mueller Hauser Christie Thomas Graham Riddle Bnyne Johnson lS53l Baird Epstein Adkins Davis Parker Pullen Patrick Lyddon Windsor Waltz Armstrong Williams Jeter Whitaker Brichacek Barr Treadwell Fisher Walker Bresee Burrows Rnwson Yates Illiola ,Qtemry Soeiezy Founded for the purpose of acquiring proficiency in literary work, and GRACE BRYANT FLORENCE WALTZ ORAL WILLIAMS LOUISE BRESEE ANNE TREADWELL JULIA WALKER ETHEL LYDDON RUTH JETER l 1 1 furthering the social life of Illinois women Founded, University of Illinois, 1903 Members in Faculty CORA K. MILLER. A. B. LILLIAN NELSON MARTHA J. KYLE, A. M. Members in University SENIORS MARTHA KETCHUM DIXIE DUNHAM MILDRED YATES JUNIORS SARAH FISHER GERTRUDE EPSTEIN ALICE RAWSON SOPHOMORES HELEN WILLIS RUTH PARKER EDNA SEABERT BEATRICE CARTER EDITH PULLEN MILDRED WI-IITAKER M. FRANCES WINDSOR BETTY DAVIS ELSIE BRICHACEK EDITH ADKINS ESTHER PATRICK LOUISE ARMSTRONG CATHARINE BARR DOROTHY BURROWS ENID BAIRD ELIZABETH HUNT DOROTHY BREDEHOFT MARY KILE NANCY CHALCOMB EULAH MILLIKEN amesorrimz .Qtemry Soeiely To promote literary interests and to further the spirit of good fellowship among the girls at Illinois Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 Ojieers PAMELIA LYONS . . .... . . . President EVELYN HOKE . . .... . . Vice-President HELEN HOLCOMB . . . . . Secretary HELEN ROBBINS . . .... Treasurer MARION PARKER . . . Member-at-Large 'issoi 1 w S l Huber Demmler Broker Connelly Supple Davis Hageman Cumu Kiefer C.U.Smith Wood Tomasck Stone Garrison Anderson Baum Henning Hagnauer Wikoff Banister Stosskoff Stoetzel Zenner J. H. Smith Rothc Alleman Rotlmayer Buumgurdner Calkin McIlwain Heinelnun Tale Erickson Linquist Dinsdnle Bicknell Shutc Clarkson Muletz Knoblock Shields Vt-ihl Schroeder Johns Chen Janson Grube Peterson ,I exif'merz'wz7z Soczezjf 0 f Jlffevlzazlzzml Eingzheerr Founded, University ol' Illinois, 1896 Iiiglrty-three Student Branches 67e6!rz'ml Sngzheerzhg Sociezjf Founded to promote good will among the students and faculty in the Department of Electrical Engineering Founded, University of Illinois, 1904 Ojficers G. W. NORRIS . . .... . . . Prcxidcrlt J. li. VOLKMANN . . Vice-I'fc:idenr J. FRANKS . . . . . Secretary R. W. STROMER . . Tr1'u.run'r ls60l liorror Murslmll Martin Cullen Stephens Marquis Drucker Geiger Lugrr De Van Phemister Hemphill Young Hsu Smith Law Hartman Swain Koropp Seidel Lee Miller Wai Jmezrzg Society Founded to supplement the work of the Department for creating interest in the profession, and for social purposes Founded, University of Illinois, r9II Members in Faculty ALFRED c, CALLEN, E. M., M. S. ARTHUR J. HOSKINS, M. E. IRVINE M. MARSHALL, B. S. ARTHUR DRUCKER, B. S. CLOYDE M. SMITH, B. S. Members in University E. K. MARTIN HSU H. L. GEIGER L. HARTNIAN J. S. HEMI-HILL R. LAGER KoRoI'P 'WAIN c. J. STEPHENS J. J. SEIDEL PHEIKIISTER LEE H. S. WAI E. A. MILLER L. R. YOUNG DE VAN C. D. BORROR J. S. LAW Honorary Artistic Society Founded, University oi Illinois, 1919 Four Active Chapters Members in University MARY woRTHI-:N W. 11. KRAMER W. I. JACOB ADBORD KADOCH K. c. HELMS NORMAN RICE ISARLE HAZELIP SYLVIA MILLER RUTH SHAUGHNESSV MARGUERITE HELLICR WALTER ANDERSON DON KING King Hazclip Kramer Anderson Worthen Rice Shnughnessy Helms Miller l56Il Winton Bladcl Smith Hersh Kimbel Graham Schoetz Corbin Nickol Skelton Flynn johnson Elliot Gillespie Norman Hull Cothnm Kurz Flowers Goodman Peabody Moyer Nasecf Lamet Wilkin Halfancey Steinlumd Lowe Winaker Zehman Schom Robinson Schort Covey Snyder Wendt Allentharp Adams Sporlejer Andrews Bower Warren Zeigler Di-Long Moll Paul Colter Wickuff Hurst Fuller Zulewski Watson K. D. CARPENTER B D. DANIELSON . 0. DAWSON N O .F X V. HAHNEMAN Qffeeozmimzcy Club To assist those interested in Accountancy to become better acquainted. To stimulate interest in Accountancy as a profession Founded at the University of Illinois, 1919 Ojicers R. R. ALLENTHARP . . .... . . . President GENE MOLL .... . . . Vice-President C. C. DHLONG . . . . . Secretary A. H. PAUL . . . Treasurer Illmz' Chamber 0 f Cemmeree Better understanding of Chamber of Commerce Work and to promote College of Commerce Founded, University of Illinois, 1911 Members in Faculty CHARLES M. THOMPSON, Ph. D. FREDERIC A. RUSSELL, Ph. D. CHARLES H. FERNALD. B. S. PAUL D. CONVERSE, A. M. HIRAM T. SCOVILL, A. B. AUDLEY E. PATTON, Ph. D. Members in University SENIORS l , R. s. Hoviuxs N. o. murzttmz J. T. svmarz S. KELLER H. T. OWEN . E. TRABUE C. KEMP J. OUEENAN WARD F. S. LEAHY G. REID WISE H. H. MONK N. SCHMOLZ JUNIORS ' E. E. DIERKING K. D. GAHAN ROBINSON N. BRUCE Gahn Winton Mayes Leahy Carpenter Hahneman Danielson Converse Fox Dawson Owen Swartz Fernwald I l562l McWhinney Seaman Sider Hawkins Austin Lindsey Rane Uhl Crabtree Dammers Klauser Cutler Whitehead Duncan Gasaway Whinholtz Schultz Lcasu re Madden Cromwell Tucker Dague Seider Saling Seaborg Peabody Graham Mosier Thomas A Colvin Reedy Barton Bolger 0777777676161 To promote avspirit of friendliness among the women in the College of Commerce Founded, University of Illinois, 1922 Ojicers DOROTHY li. THOMAS ...... .... P resident MARIE COLVIN . . . . . . Virc-President SARA LOU DAGUE . . Scrnztary-Tfcarufer owe gfonomzkf Club To further the interests and to promote good fellowship among the A Home Economics students Founded, University of Illinois, rgoz Ojicers NONA M. SCHWARZ . .... . . . l'rcsirienl LOLA PICKLES .... . Vice-l'rc.ridcnt ELIZABETH WALKER . . . . Secretary BONNABELL FULLMISR . . Treasurer Baker Wright Schroeder Lang Fletcher Swenson Fry Swengel Wilkin Maris Russ Hammon Kimmel Harney Neystrom Bartle Likely Houts Traeger Prieive Parr McKnight Irvin Warner Mendenhall Best Schwartz Davis Daniel Bailey Meislahn Howell Adams Dickinson Nickolls Coffeen Tallmadge Hicks Holland Delzell Hall Mussmann Miller Glenn Swartz Wiseman Hancock Stevens Nicolet Pickles Robertson Haworth Pitrat Walker Hunt Alexander Cisne Chapman LeMaster Daniels Schwarz ls63l Kocller Sears Underwood Schneider Langdoc Chenoweth Austin Baker Wright Zerbolis Sedlack Lander Judson Babbage Valerius Garrison H0rtz'eulture Club To lend a deeper significance to the study of Horticulture Founded, University of Illinois, 1906 Members in Faculty L. H. STRUBINGER W. S. BROCK, B. S. Members in University ' M. CURTISS H. SCHNEIDER J. S. CONRAD F. BABICKY M. A. KOELLER .W. LANGDOC C. G. LIN V. JUDSON C. F. RUCH C. E. JOHNSON H. A. VALERIUS C. J. ALEX .J. INGEMAN E. J. CHENOWETH L. .TUCKER F. L. UNDERWOOD R. H. LANDER L. E .MARTZ H. K, HALE . DIX D. V. DUNCAN P. J. ZERBOLIS O. O. MOWERY J. EAIIHAGE MARY SEARS J. W. SEDLACK J. W. ELLIS L. F. HERLEMAN D. W. HAMILTON H. M. STRUBINGER C. C. OUICK C. E. BAKER O. E. MOFFETT E. H. FISCHER U. J. AUSTIN E. J. PIPPLE P. GUEST E. R. GARRISON H. E. MILLS G. C. BATES GRACE MOFFETT B. MILLER H. MCKEEHAN H. C. WRIGHT A. B. CARLSON C. V. KELLAL G. D. CARTER To advance F loricultural knowledge and interests, and to promote good fellowship Founded, University of Illinois, 1914 Members in Faculty HERMAN B. DORNER, M. S. FREDERICK F. WEINARD, Ph. D. STANLEY W. HALL, B. S. SAMUEL W. DECKER, B S ' Members in University T. K. HARTWELL LEO DIEDERICH GEORGE FLICK PAUL KRONE TOICHI DOMOTO ROBERT VAN TRESS JIUSTON HAM OREN POTT HAROLD AULD VERNON ELLIOTT EDWIN HALL LUDWIG STAPP TROY STANDARD ROS E HUGH ES . JOHN MEYERS MRS. ULIA ZIM M ERMAN ROBERT CARPENDER VIRGINIA HANSEN MARY E. WILLIAMS FLORENCE KAPLAN HILDUR SANDBERG HARRIS BLIXEN GEO. HACKENYOS VERNON STOUTMEYER I' L RD CTT AU BU l FOREST ERICKSON WARD MCMULLEN FRED SEIBOLD LOYAL DE CLERC ,LOHN RATSEK . LESTER DAVIS PERCY WASHBURN MARGARET DOLAN CHAUNSEY HAHN JOE SHIRLEY LUCILE WHALIN RONALD CULTRA CHAS. HEWITT L. RANDOLPH MASON DIRK VAN DERWAL O. MORGAN l l Dorner Cultra Siebold MacMullen Pott. Myers Weinard Erickson Decker Auld Davis De Clerc Washburn Stoutmeyer Standard Ham Dielrick Shirley Mason Hahn Krone Blixen Domoto Hartwell Van Trcss Sandberg Whalin Hughes Kaplan Dolan Williams - Zimmerman Rutsek Carpendcr lS64l l B ufgrieultzzrrzl Club Founded to promote and foster a deeper interest in Agriculture as a science Founded at the University of Illinois, 1897 M. P. CATH ERWOOD ............ G. S. RANDALL .............. G. W. STILL . . . . F. L. ROBISON . . O. W. HICRTZ . . . J. li. THACKER . . . . .I'n:sidrmt . Vicc-President . . . Secretary Axxirtant Secretary . . . Treasurer Axsislant Treaxurm .Qzmlferzpe Soezezjf To promote fellowship and a better professional attitude among the students of Landscape Architecture Founded, University of Illinois, 1913 Members in Faculty KARL B. LOHMANN, li. S., M. L. A. STANLEY H. WHITIC. ll. S., M. L. A. MAY E MCADAMS li 9 orro G. SCHAFRHR, H. s. mvnvc 1.. l'l+I'I'l-ZRSCN, R. FLORENCI 1 DAVIS A n Members in University SENIORS F.WILLIARS HYLER RHvr.Lrs Lorz c. E.0NlEAL in c. RUDHRHR ouvi sinxisow c R sUrroN A. LARSON J. G, MARSHALL R. P. PERDUE IC. A. 'l'AUlllCR'I' J. H. lil R N JUNIORS M. L. ANDERSON 1-1. F, DORMANN A. J. 1-ANAeoN'rsos J n SCHWI RDT R. w. DAVIDSON J.H.Rm.1. H. H. l'LA'1"l' I cr RIRUDL wi BSIFR SOPHOMORES c. F. DAv1ns s. H. HUNTINGTON H. KINCAID 1 M CUQIAFSON 1-1.1. HANSON 12. L. KAMMERER nw. KRAH1' H in wvA1r FRESHMEN R. M. PETERSON MIRIAM 'rrmnrs A.G.H1.DRnDoH lJ,H.l'IUNT MRs.A1 w DUNN RUQQIIT nRowN R. RAINS RUTH R. vorxrz oHo.RoH Frm. H. w. Jones c. w. AI DRILH KIADYS BRUNLR R. S. RATCLIFFE C. li. YVl'IS'l'MARK ESTHIER H. GRIFFITH ll. R. KENDALL MARY l Ill ll J II BRYANI CAROLYN sruene H. M.w1LLHMs w. H. HOLMES FLORENCE KLlil'l'lNGl1IR F. w, nun: in RNILI Rui scn F. R. STUMPF J. H. wnxrsic ni-:A1'R1cH HORNEMAN DJ. MANN J.w. lllil AR NH AR comsxv R. E. TELFORD H. lVI. YVYATT RICHARD ISROYVN MARION CRISSIIY erger Eldredpze Larson Bible Dormann ,Gustu lson Stnmpf Wyatt Hunt Kell Wiltse Bm rg Webster Jones Rzttclific Sclinlfer Lohmnnn McAdams Davis Kraft Peterson Willems Comsky Stimson Long Hylcr Lotz 'Fibhits Griffith 1lorm'mz1n llrunrr lirown Pztnznrontsos Hanson 1 1-lfold Bryant Kam mm-rc-r Davies Stuebe Bell Ilnesch Crisscy V ull 1 Mann Fiel Perdue Westnmrk Anderson Scliwerclt Platt Davidson Brown Tlrt- ir Ixennicott laubert Holmes Kincaid Aldrich Huntington Sutton Marshall Oneal l565l Lindley Newt-y Simon Lessmzin Green Arnold Crummer Jacobs ' McDougall Hutchinson Hague Partridge Miller Knnc M. Miller Weld Diehl Chapman Runyard Footitt Mic-ma Dcasy Paul Glasgow Wilson Sears Johnson furrzfl foiuuy Club To promote interest in Botany Founded, University of Illinois, 1921 Members in Faculty W. B. MCDOUGALL, Ph. D. STELLA M. HAGUE, Ph. D. MARG Members in University HAZEL CHAPMAN IRMA P. SEARS R. P. OLMSTEAD JIESSE RUNYARD J. HUTCHINSON GRACE DIEHL 'DNA EARLE WELD CATHERINE KANE FRANCES JOHNSON EDNA PAUL LOUISE FELDWISCH HERTA ARNOLD OLALLA GLASGOW ELEANOR FAY WILSON MAREECE MILLER J: S. DUNCOMHE HARRIET NEWEY RUTH LINDLEY . L. LESSMAN J. F. GREEN R. P. WATTS ARET C. JACOBS, A. B. MRS. EMMA CRUMMER ALIS DEASY GRACE MILLER GENEVIEVE MIEMA DOROTHY FOOTITT LOIS PARTRIDGE Square um! Compass To promote Masonic fellowship among the Masons on the Campus Founded, University oi Illinois, 1922 Ojicers S. W, LIVINGSTON . . .... . . . President H. J. GRIFFING . . . . Vice-President E. A. NICHOLS . . . . . Secretary G. C. LAW .... . . Treasurer Norris McLaughlin Curtis Schroeder Mix Schirrmacher Davis Swanson Lansford A. E. Drobish Beggs M. Drobish Moll King Baxter Hannaman Livingston Conner Stromer Moore Nichols Law Zacher Jackson l566l 4 '-l l P I 1. in-, lla. tgjl l .rl fel. f- Xffl 1 ' 1 . ll W, lvl.. 1. A 1. 1 . .. ,pl law. ill mf lui 5132. little Ww ,.,,, LN l, l all V tt, ll 1 3 nt Llp. M li lg?" ll I ' -, xl vt I gif' ,ff lil? QFW alll :lol i. Qtr l fliii lf! H. , , , . v ls fl Y. Htl pl- v Prof. Fitz-Gerald Rodriguez Casselmnn Fowler Stocvener Molina Blythe McCormick G. Fitz-Gerald Kerr Olson E. Adkins Barnes E. Marchant Pickett Shields Prof. Vanl-Iorne E. Acosta Busch Troutman Cheesman L. Hlll D. Hill Bostelman Spcllman Covey Deasz Kraft Spcrling Glacscr Huckr-r Montz Brown Eich Binkley Cloat Larsen Grossman Adkins Kraemer Buddemberg Burns Farnsworth Willis ireulo cfbfpmzol To promote an interest in Spain and South America and provide an opportunity for speaking Spanish fe Cerele -77'd7Z6ZZZJ' Founded to help further the knowledge of France and the French language Members in Faculty DAVID H. CARNAHAN CESARINE HREUILLAUIJ GEORGES L. MILLER GRADUATE PAUL E. JACOB CARL SCI-IOGGINS Q Members in University ELIZABETH DISQUE MARGARET VAN GERPEN lEANNE'I"I'E ALTABE SALLY ROGERS SYDNEY TABOR MARIAN N. WHEELER FLORENCE GRATIOT LOUISE BOSTELMAN HELEN LAVENDER RUBY JACOBSON- DOROTHY MITCHELL ELEANOR ANDERSON ETHEL I'-ARR META JOLLY MARY ROBERTS NEVA COVEY GLADYS HANSEN NORMA SPARKS FAITH MARTIN MARGARET DERROUGH ALICIA GOODWINE RUTH C. LOHNSON HELEN BARRETT DORIS SCI-IEIB I ANTOINETTE YODER EVELYN ORCHERDT FRANCES FERGUSON DOROTHY SCHEIB CATHERINE FERGUSON KATHRYN DILLEY DORCAS CAMPBELL ELIZABETH ENKS MARGARET HOSKIN STEPHEN YAXA Jolly Goodwine Jacobson Breuillaud Lavender Part Roberts Enks C. Ferguson F. Ferguson Altabe Le Masters Tabor Borcherdt Barrett 1 ' Tmllf' .. E1 'Q '9"fQQ'f: 2 ls67J W. 'I'. R. Smith Kaihli-rt Field llerriott Mclizxy li. C. Hayes Hiller Abel Poole Towle Groif Booker KI-rmzhner H. Musirr Orr Fowler Clzirk V. Smith Hawks Slilheld lirown Fillimrliziin Ross Williams McCue Ryan Iluun Carter Wright Nuber O. K. Johnston HI-iningcr Sanders Dlunron Szilzmnnc Monroe V. Johnston Barrick llockmnn Hauser Chen Buky Knarr Gere V. Hayes Huff S0 cz'0l0gz'ml Sodeiy TO promote interest and research in Sociological problems and co-Operation and good fellowship among the members of the society l"ounIh-Il, University ol' Illinois, I924 M embers in Faculty MARY GENE STILFI IELD T1 F. ABIEL, Ph. D. IC. 'l'. I'Ill.I.l'1R, Ph. D. S. C. RATCLIFFE, Ph. D. li. C. HAYES, Ph. D. il. IJ. MVKAY, A. ll. IC. H. SUTHERLAND, Ph. D. W. C. l'OOI.I'I, A. li. M embers in Unwerszty GRADUA'1'l+:S ESTHER D. CHEN HI'II.lCNi'I MOSHCR CLICONE ORR IV. T. R. SMITH SENIORS KA'l'HLi'2l'1N CALHOUN R. H. OROEE 1. H. KAHLICRT MILDRICIJ HAIIRON MYRTLE L. HAUN KAY KNARR IIIAROUERITE SWETT ANNA DOODY VIRGINIA HAYES HILIIA IHCCIIE ORAL WILLIAMS R. FIELD LI. E. HERRIO'r'I' LOLA PICKLES ANNE'I'rE WRIGHT ELIZABETH I'Rv HICLICN HOCRMAN vIOLA sAI.zMANE DORO'rHv NOSIER GENICVIEVE OERE O, R. JOHNSTON NONA N. scHwARz w. w. 'rOwLE KATIIRYN LANTZ JUNIORS H. M. BRILL MARGARIYI' me CLICRCQ FLORENCE HAWKS KATHRYN NAIIER A. w. HOOKER W.I.. coucn R. HEININGER CHARLOTTE ROSS GRACE L. IIARRICK VERNA I.. EILLINOHAII MARY If.HuIfIf IRIIA SANDERS MARGUI'IRl'l'lC EOUROEOIS FAVRLENIC rORsv'rH VIRGINIA R. JOHNSTON VERA sMI'I'H LOUISE BROWN cHRvs'I-AI. If. FOWLICR R. LYONS ELOISE THOMPSON FANNIE IIUKY MILDRHD HAUSICR KATHRYN MUNROE MARGUERITE CLAR K Daughters o ilze ufmerjwzn ev0lu!z'022 TO perpetuate the memory of the spirit Oi the men and women who achieved American Independence iflllllllilii, University of Illinois, I92O Ojiccrs MARION IIARRER ..... . . . . . Ragrnl MARION JOHNSON ...... . . Rcgislraf MARY CFICILIA Kllllllik . . . . Srtrnrlary VIRGINIA VAN LI EW ............... Trmszmv GEORGENIC KERCHNER C. YOCKEY Es68l I ,-4. M. C. Ma C. H. Chang L. Tscng C. H. Yang H. K. Chen C, T. Han L. Chow C. M. Chang C. G. Lin K. Y. Ycn K. Chang S. Chi-ng Y. Y. Hsu D. Hin W. C. Chen K. 'Fung P. C. Hsu H. S. Wai C. Y. Chao Wong T. P. Woo H, L. Tsai C. C. Laing C. S, Yong F. H. Lee Y. T. 'l'u T. L. Chien S. C. Chen Y. H. Chen S. H. Tho W. W.'1's0u P. H. Tseng C. H. Wu C. M. Hsueh K. P. Cheng J. I. Liu C. M. Yu S. K. Chen E. D. Chen W. Y. Lin l'. Y. Huang C. C, Huang S. Y. Sim C. L. Kuan H. Y. Shen S. M. Ling T. S. Sih R. Yu, Jr. Ii. P. Wu Cfzzkzefe Sfudenff' Club To promote friendship and co-operation Founded, University of California, 1880 Ninety Active Chapters Established at University of Illinois, 1910 Tlzzlzppme Illzm To help Filipino students entering Illinois and to foster fellowship among its DR. R I. AGUILAR M. BERNARDO A. BUGAYONG M. CALISTERIO members Founded, University of Illinois, I9I9 Members in University HON ORARY . D. GLASGOW Mus. R. D, omscow ACTIVE M. CRUZ - A. C. FABIAN L. JAMIAS 11. v.JAv11sR MRS. M. LANDICHO E. MOLINA E. RODRIGUEZ T. SADAM MABIEL CARLOCK lf. SANTIAGO C. VALENZUELA M. VERGARA I'. YUJUICO Javier Valenzuela Bugayong Vcrgara Calisterio Lnndicho Fabian Mrs. Carlock Bernardo Rodriguez is69l -s.,,, l 1 Moskos D. Hill Larson Oliver Patrick Schulz Fitz-Gerald Olmstead Tykociner Buswell Hamilton DeMuyo Seymour Lu Piunu Kienholz E. Chen Barber Bogut Uchacz Kerr L. Hill Wilson Allen M. Chen Montel Grochowski Nelson Oldfather Switscr Harding Marchant Huang W0man's osmopolzfcm Club To promote friendship among American student women and other lands on our campus Founded, University of Illinois, X917 Members in Faculty MINNETTA BARBER MRS. ALICE HAMILTON CESARINE BREUILLAND HARRIET KERR CONSTANCE BUSWELL MRS. DOROTHY LARSON MRS. R. D. GLASGOW ELENA MARCHANT ALICE ALLEN MRS. I". C. BAKER KATHERINE BOGUT ESTHER CHEN MARIAN CHEN MRS. H. V. CANTER MRS, CARLOCK ELIZABETH CURRY MRS. H. B. DORNER Members in University MRS. J. D. FITZ-GERALD JOANNA GROCHOWSKI HELEN HARDING DOROTHY HILL LUCILE HILL MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. l'. Y. HUANG P. E. JACOB R. KIENHOLZ R. KUDO l57Ol ALICE MOSKOS MARY MONTEL EVELYN NELSON MARGARET OLDFATHER MRS. T. E. OLIVER MRS. A. T. OLMSTEAD ANNE PAPANEK MRS. ESTI-IER PATTICK MRS. A. R. SEYMOUR the women from MARGARET DE MAYO ANGELINA LA PIANO MRS. I. H. SANKEY LUCRETIA SWITSER MRS. W. F. SCHULZ MRS. V. SHELFORD MRS. LUCILE THURBER MRS. J. T. TYKOCINER JEANNETTE UCHACZ ' MRS. FLORENCE WALLACE MRS. H. J. VANDENBERG MAY WILSON DOROTHY YEAZEL 4' .1 ls- lp W V 1. lb 'if 4, r r- if, EL lk: ilg i .V i, ul lj yr. in HUMOR lx V, SQAGGEC' F0 AEST.: Cd- ,il X SAE! ANY I T Q T A6914 'S XWNEYZS 7x 120146 A9-TS: 6 w 'A A P' -pw-vi.. W5 ,ff kxxx f Q, T I-Hi MQPGT Byiall QQJQLOCK SLEEQH T'Mh GAL QM? Z A 'ffln EX-l2Aj On- THE SAME 'PERSON L N ll a s H M an B if ff' Av es' Q1 X44 II!! -1 A , :Q -dm v X. 'Wfu 0 X Di , A Q NNNUQQ 'PROM - HSTl2lCTLy FOQMAL' HOMEQONWG i. l57I3 M L1 Q W X . xx if 4 I' 0,1 L AEE01-Q, , X 5 A xg K Nf ,- xl 4 lz,w.M, HBULLH DURHAM f5721 'W-, R N 2 26 Q 'Qgnf L. O. KUTI THOMAS W.MORROW .... ..... U rbana "Tom" L.A.S. Journalism Permanent Sports Editor Daily Illini f3,4, 5, 6, 73 Author of t'The Old King, and other Stories? Terrence MacReddy C45 Publicity agent for Y.M.C.A. ping pong tournament c2,3,4J Bunking the Line f3,4,S,6J President Courses in journalism Associated. Urbana Courier Sports Editor, feb. AT THE JUNIOR PROM She:-Isn't the music wonderful? He:-What? She:-Isn't the music wonderful? He:-What did you say? She:-I said, isn't the music wonderful tonight? He:-I'm sorry but youill have to speak loud- er, I can't hear a thing for that damn music! 'Iii'-352-59 COLLEGE A LA SHERWOOD ANDERSON Moonlight . . . hiding the dirty ashes and empty tin cans upon which we fatuously gaze . . . tempting the unwary to fall into briar bushes in the fruitless search for wilted dandelions . . . dis- guising the deep, slimy mud into a treacherous, sticky, clutching bog into which we stumble . . . From the too-near orchestra noise . . . harsh, discordant, brazen as the constant clang of the crashing cymbals and the monotonous rumble of the battered tom, tom . . . and you beside me . . . apparent . . . affected . . . disgusting . . . as variable and as changeable as the shift- ing moonlight . . . but talkative . . . your cheeks plastered with rouge . . . your hair stringy and ragged . . . that light in your eyes that lies, and lies . . . your lips coated with a gooey, sticky mass of crimsoncalcimine . . . and the air heavy with the odour of cheap perfume God! Ain't it the Truth! . . . -351-iiififif STUDENT SONG Some students here are merely tools They study when they're told, And listen to instructing fools The "gag" they use is old. They sit in lectures taking notes Most copious and fully, And often find themselves the goats Of some facetious bully. l Some slip into the harness drear To get a Phi Bete key And some there are who slave each year To be a Ph.D. Now education is a iizz So why should we all try In fact you see my platform is "Just manage to get by." ei as as EXCUSE RECOMMENDED '28:-I cut my three o'clock today. '29:-Humph! I was shaving and cut myself. -Iii' 'Iii' -151- PUBLICITY There are a number of sorority publicity stunts, to-wit, the good old Pi Phi annual fire, and the shades of Z.T.A. Then of course in this class must come the A.O.Pi davenport and the Kappa Delt skating party. But the Z.T.A.'s, ever on the alert to get their chapter before the public eye, take first place in this year's competition. It seems that the Beta Psiis, who live next door to the Z.T.A.'s, had some of heir freshmen out at about one o'clock one day last February, shovel- ing snow as an initiation stunt. Now a couple of the Z.T.A. sistern who couldn't sleep, thought it would be a good idea to go down and pay the hard working pledges a visit. So, slipping some- thing on over their pajamas, they quietly made their way down to the kitchen to go out by the back door. But so quiet had been their exit that they CContinued on page 6!8D L is73l I ' ' f l WEST LODGE EAST LODGE DINING HALL ROTUNDA PAVILION POWER HOUSE B I G W I N I N N Canada's Finest and Largest Summer Hotel BIGWIN ISLAND-LAKE OF BAYS -VIA HUNTSVILLE, CANADA DETACHED BUILDINGS CONCRETE AND STONE CONSTRUCTION FIREPROOF ACCOMMODATION - soo GUESTS AN INSTITUTION- Where your every requirement is anticipated and every desire satisfied, Where, additional to the alwaysflookedffor convef niences and comforts, you will experience a kindly attention and thoughtful service, rendered by an unusually intellif gent and courteous staff whose standard is in keeping with the high motives that made Bigwin Inn possible. 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We will demonstrate our line in your city before you graduate and hope to see every member of the senior class. l576l .Qlfile Qlzknpfey of the amouf ALPHA DELTA SIGMA I H onorary Advcrtisingj Meeting is called to order, by the mystic words of the president who says, something about, "Eventually, why not now?" Business on hand is attacked by Brother Marsh, who mumbles, "four out of every live have to." Brother Goebel sitting near whispers, "You can do it better with gas," Brothers MacLaughlin and Harrison put a motion to adjourn before the meeting and everyone de- cides that it is time to re-tire. -351--I'52'IfEP PHI DELTA PHI fProjessional Law Q Meeting is called to order by the president who says, "Torts, Equity, Criminal, a cane in the hand is worth two in the fountainf' Brother Jones asks to be allowed to plead the case of Brother Green who is slightly owing. Objection by Brother Phelps. Objection overruled. Brother Coale takes the stand for Brother Green, and is given a rigid cross examination. Brothers Miller and Oliver de- clare that Brother Coale is telling the truth, which breaks up the meeting in much confusion. 'Iii' 'Iii' 'Iii' ALPHA ZETA K Honorary Agriculture Q Meeting is called to order by means of the president ringing a breakfast bell. Brother Judson assays to judge the fine points of Brother Baker and vice versa, whereupon so many things are found out that it is deemed unwise to continue. All this time Brother Powell has been industri- ously currying a rag rug and Brother Rasmussen has employed his time spading up the pile of coats and overcoats. 151--151--EDP SCABBARD AND BLADE K H onorary Military Q Meeting is called to order by firing a cap gun. The officers immediately congregate in little ,l' . S .Ol OIIOOOOOOICOC OOO E IZ TIEIECWD Henry Clgtton 3 Sons The Style Center of Mldclle West Unlverslty Men In th1S excluswe httle shop 1tS pnoes made low by the tremendous buymg power of the mam store you fmd the latest 1n College Styles and youll hke the Way 1n Whmch the young men here seem to know just what you want Vtszt the College Shop when you are zn Clucagof THE LYTTON COLLEGE SHOP E - "....:Ulllllll.l OICOIIIIllIICl.llIllOIllIUOIIIIIOIIOIIOIIOIOOOOIUOOOOI ls711 groups figuring out plans of attack and defense. Over in one corner Brother McLain is conscien- tiously giving himself commands and immediately obeying them. Target practice is held, and several gunnery exams are given whereupon they all sing Taps and retire. -Iii 'Iii' 455 THETA SIGMA PHI Uournalism, Women j Meeting is called to order by the dropping of a matrix. The Sisters immediately begin an argu- ment on who they should bring to the campus to speak. Zane Grey and Harold Bell Wright lead the votes until Sister Miller slyly suggests Edith Maude Hull, which again sets the meeting into a fu-ror. There is a lon-g discussion during which the merits of all are discussed, and the vote finally comes in in favor of Edgar Rice Burroughs. -Ii?-Isl!-'lffei MASK AND BAUBLE Meeting is called to order by the president. This order seems to be a signal to everyone to get into character. Immediately Brother Luhrs begins to give an imitation of David Warfield accom- panied by Sister Binns' interpretation of Lady MacBeth in the sleep walking scene. Brother Ed- wards is busily giving Hamlet's soliloquy to Brother Lane, who is himself trying a heart touching impersonation of Uncle Tom. The meet- ing breaks up at the mention of food. 'I5?'IfE!--1159 CHEMISTRY CLUB Meeting is called to order by combining KC 103 and S. under pressure. The brothers are busily engaged making normal solutions, and a few are employed finding the atomic weight of Osmium. Illinium comes in for its share of the credit, each claiming he was instrumental in the discovery. -!5I-'If5P'I'EI- MINING SOCIETY Meeting is called to order by throwing coal into a bucket. The members resemble famous sour- The Mason fa- Hamlin with the mpicol The fraternity or sorority that has a Mason 6- Hamlin with the Ampico -the greatest of re-enacting clevicesfhas always at its command the latest dance selections, played by Broadway's masters of syncopation. The celebrated Mason Hamlin with or without the Ampico is on sale only in the war.rooms of the CABLE I Ppiano Company I I 41 Main Street, Champaign ' VVabash fu- Jackson, Chicago lS73l f5791 ART MOSAIC St TILE COMPANY PEORIA, ILLINOIS Main Ojicc TOLEDO, OHIO Branch Ojfres ST. LOUIS, MO. FORT WAYNE, IND. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. wap.: coNTRAcToRS FOR TERRAZZO, TILE AND MARBLE MOSAIC WORK ICSTABLISHED 1903 doughs in the days of 749. All those who do not chew tobacco are fully armed and ready to stake out claims. Motion made to begin prospecting along Boneyard meets with opposition. A gold tooth, unwittingly displayed by one of the mem- bers, breaks up the meeting. -352'-1511-fs? HOMECOMIN G Homecoming this year was a big success. This one football game of all the rest of the year, has been set aside as a time of reunion and welcome for the old grads, and endeavors to let them in on campus life again. There were some 6o,ooo visi- tors in the Twin Cities over the week-end and the old grads found themselves about as welcome as the itch with two broken arms. The exact figures are as follows: Students ...... . .............. 9,789 Fathers, mothers, uncles, aunts,. 18,997 M Peddlers, venders and hot dog men ...................... 12,698 Strays, Wanderers and newspaper- Ertihmtes cheeffulbf fzzrnished men ...................... 8,443 ' A 7 Girls from back home .......... 9,789 ' A Old Grads ........... .. 284 THE BESLY CA I ALOG ' "'f U"'?"' I so BESLY - cmmco IS A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF THE LATEST AND BEST IN MECHANICAL TOOLSWAND EQUIPMENT ' 'I For fifty years the leading engineering colleges and institutions have found Besly a dependable source of A ' 'AL ga' I supply for their requirements. f' i 'f 1 j U IVIACHINISTSQ MILL AND RAILROAD ELL'-ff,. -' 3 SUPPLIES I 5' L+ A -A ' Q BRASS, COPPER AND BRONZE , . ,. f' f gf A I 71 Sheets, Rodr, W'ire and Tubes 'bi' I 18-124 North Clinton St. CHICAGO Works, Beloit, Wisconsin ISSOI WE LLER OONVEYI G MAOH1 ERY For the Mechanical Handling of the Raw Materials and Finished Products A Large Terminal Elevator Equipped with Weller Machinery LL 35625 6MADE 6 'SYCAC9 A few of the Industries using Weller Machinery Brick Plants Sugar Plants Cement Plants Mines Canners Gravel Plants A Welle' Installation Flour M1118 Sand Plants Weller Bag Handling Equipment installed in the Warehouse GfamE1Cvat0fSP0WefP1aHtS of a large Sugar Refinery. Belt Conveyors receive bags from C081 Yards Etccdass Plants Boats and Cars, piling in Warehouse. Also used for Reclaiming and Delivering to Cars or Refinery. This Method of handling re- duced the Labor Cost 80 per cent. WELLEF? MFG. CO. 1820-1856 NORTH KOSTNER AVENUE P CHICAGO, ILLINOIS l58Il INDIANA'S OWN COLLEGE BAND Playing at all the leading colleges-Indiana, Purdue, Illinois, Depauw, Wabash. On the air at Station W. O. C., Davenport, Iowa "A Red Hot jazz Band" HJACK O'GRADY" XYLOPHONIST AND His VARSITY ENTERTAINERS FOR YOUR DANCES "Dance Music as 'You Like It" For Dates and Prices, Write or Call JACK O'GRADY TERRE HAUTE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC FOURTH AND WABASH. TERRE HAUTE. IND. ESTABLISHED 1886 DAVIS Es? KREECER, Painting and Decorating CONTRACTORS 211f213 WEST SIXTY-THIRD STREET CHICAGO Telephones-Wentworth 0722-7574 JUNIOR PROM Of course the big dance of the year was the Junior Prom. The Prom prides itself on being the biggest social function on the campus. It was. Everybody was there but the freshmen who owned tuxedos. After the dance had progressed for nearly two hours, there came back rumors from a few people up toward the front, that there was an orchestra near the door that played a bit between inter- missions. Of course this was news to those who were struggling at the rear of the crowd, but nevertheless it was the truth. Several people up in the balcony actually made out affidavits to the effect. Those who were more fortunate got their hats checked by I2 :3o and by 1:25 a. m., had located their dates and maybe had gotten somewhere near the dance floor. At 2 o'clock however, they re- entered the check line and perhaps by 3:45 a. m. received somebody else's overcoat and scarf and were to be seen vainly flagging every passing taxi. But it was a wonderful dance, an astounding success, and far be it from us to register a kick. -113.11--1151--IIE? AXE-GRINDER'S BALL Of all the effete parties given on the campus the Axe-Grinders Ball is the effetest. The dele- gates were the cream of campus society and the party is one we wish other campus dances would model after. The grand march was a stately, sedate affair, as becomes so solemn an occasion, the orchestra was divine and the programs and favors were in excellent taste. Some delicious sort of ambrosia was served for punch, much to the pleasure of the attending guests. Breaking up at the stroke of tweive, this dance holrs the envy of all other University dances, which, as a rule, compel the guests to dance until the unearthly hour of 2 a. m. Terrence MacReddy, master of ceremonies was the very essence of wit and propriety, and made a very charming host, eh, Tom Beebe? I532l GRO P Q I l I CEMENT, MILL Ep' QUARRY ENGINEERING W RLD HIGHWAY ENGINEER Ei CONTRACTOR CONCRETE PRODUCTS BELTING, TRANSMISSION, TOOLS Es' SUPPLIES AMERICAN MACHINE Es? TOOL RECORD AMERICAN FRUQTNSROWER MAGAf I SURGICAL JOURNAL DIRECTORY CEMENT, GYPSUM, LIME MFGRS. CHARLES W. PRICE Chairman Board of Directors C. A. TUPPER Presidenzffrcasurer LYMAN A. SISLEY ViCC'PYC5fdCN!'SCCYI!d7y HARRY W. WALKER Vic:-President .IAMES E. MONTGOMERY Vice-President E. G. K. MEISTER Vice-President I TER ATIO AL TRADE PRESS, INC. 53 West jackson Boulevard CHICAGO NEW YORK CLEVELAND CINCINNATI PORTLAND LONDON 15 Park Row 500 The Arcade 448 Main St. 606 Couch Bld. 42 Old Broad St., E. C. r I Attention ABERNA I I-IY ENGINEERS! Remember PHOTO STUDIO 313 North Walnut Street Phone I I94 CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS A. W. ABERNATHY ARMSTRONG TOOL HOLDERS Are used in the most efficient machine shops the world over I if W . ' mwxmv wow:.u'.'m-"'swx.v' " ' ' JEQET ' N J III .I 'Il lld 11 : TOOL HOLDERS FOR LATHE, PLANER, SHAPER AND SLOTTER OTHER TOOLS WE MAKE Lathe Dogs, Drop Forged Wrenches, Clamps, Ratchets and Pipe Tools, All Have Armstrong Quality. ARMSTRONG BROS. TOOL CO. "The 'Tool Holder People" CHICAGO, U. S. A. ! ISSSJ Where Westinghouse Serves ELECTRICITY - the Universal Servan I-has become the great ecohomizer' the great convenience. Everywhere, P A , for all kinds of people. it is making work easier, faster, , tif f 5- and safer. making transportation and communication ' I N quicker and less expensive: making living itself pleasanter f , U N "" and much more worth-while. ., " FI , A qi! The activities, and the interests, of Westinghouse are 'ust as 'If ' ' Q t . . . . -I - -" grand and extensive as the electrical field itself. For products -1 E aring the Westinghouse mark serve in almost every application -' N N 'M in the Hari fin the generation and transmission of electricity. and in convening ' I ll ' ' ' ' u M num it into heat light power and service. ' txiggxgtamzrm 5-:gn cum. V f. . A H In Mills and Factories .,m1...,.,. w.-nm. una-n. af takes fa teen hundred pages to bne y catalog the products of Margin' ldar-1--ne-.ami Emma ,,wjl,'N,, gust one of the many Westinghouse departments. And mankind M.,,,,,.i, 5.,,,,,, ,,Q",f,Qo,,,,, n.. Perealuon m everywhere, on and above and below the earth s surface, seein cixn'fg"':f:u"" mfg: Q f,'j,'f:,W, :',1'QfQ,,,Q"Qf,'I"Q:,,,,,i,, for and trusts these things that Westinghouse makes, rw nl.i.'.' "" Ex- G-zavgigzfxx because they are good. and because they- meet such a di- ::T"'o""' :2j2g'::',Q'ff"""" I-Unsure inn nm, s-nm... versity ol' needs so completely. gmgflshsctmnm ytlnrnm 1- N gg 4 un ormen 231111. -r7...if.,.?.'51 wssrmcnousa snecnuc u MFG. conmuv lniwgmfw vw---If---w I-""' """""' """"' 0 fl is all rfwipl caan xfpm.-mam Enryrhn 'W' "W "' Ofindffl wlllellln-1:1 lu Crum held! IMI ll 0 lying Wlwlluwl GWBE9 E - ,Q-1, X U iq 1 '-f 1-A-: :J-. A 5 On the Farm QL TX" M R x stifllnlbolll makin , It llll ' ' 1 ' ,tt v .'. 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Bunn' cumin. srzmrelroikzhuxbu DI Tmulormen 9'-'9' 54 5 :qw ment in 1 I - . g'o:::-mu' 22121 i,'i:::::'I4.ma.i slugs- -na 9-'neun om- :ta Pence-in sym-www '4"""""" E9"'P"""' ummm me 1 A , Lightning mmm ummm lmulnling Mmmh cimmm Amnmm 5,,,,W Mm' 'mum 5.35: awww' U' Melee 'fr-ninemsn Lump- Tnmformen Charging onemen Imam. g...,."' g.,,,,2f """" 'W uw n vnu. :mann un swam vnu-nu mum :sn-M n.,..i,,,...,., -n,,,i,,, ow, Lhhlinq lquipnu? 'qua l Voluneten DI!!! by ll! Wnllilhli' Elle a Mu-:swim Capo' IS84I MOTHER'S DAY Mother's Day is usually a big success inasmuch as it is neither for mothers nor is it a day. In this it bears a close resemblance to Dad's Day. Mother's Day manages to spread itself over the better part of Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday. The mothers are mere excuses. For the most part the entire family, including grandfather and Uncle Tim, come down for the celebration. On Saturday afternoon there is the May Fete. If one were to judge from the preparations and gossip, Mother's Day would dissolve to Saturday afternoon and let the charming daughters carry off the honors. It is very easy on these occasions to pick out the mothers of sons. These sit solidly in their seats and take stock of the new hats about them. The mothers of daughters sit forward ex- pectantly in their seats until their daughters have performed and then follow the example of the mothers of sons. Sunday afternoon comes the parting, wherein the daughters weep and all members of the family are touched, then it is father's day. -151-'IifI"IfEI' l FORECAST FOR YEAR OF 1926-27 September Registrar prepares for largest registration in history of University. Stadium payments three months overdue. Zuppke sees dark football outlook. Dean Clark speaks in Peoria. -IQ!--151-5552 October University enrollment breaks all preceding rec- ords. Students protest present cut system. Homecoming crowds expected to break all records. Dean Clark speaks in Clinton. ls8sJ REG. U.S. PAT. OFFICE Dearborn W ater Treainzenl for preven- tion of scale, corrosion and foaming in steam boilers. Water analyzed, and treatment made to correct conditions found. Dearborn Lubricating Oils and Greases, ofunvarying high quality and economy. An oil for every purpose. NO-OX-ID "The Original Rust Pre- ventive." A scientific guaranteed pre- ventive of rust on metal products in stock or equipment in service. Easy to apply. Inexpensive. Dearborn Speeial 134 for quick re- moval of scale from gas engine jackets, surface condensers, closed heaters, feed lines, pumps, etc. Dearborn Cleaning Preparalionr in Liquid and Powder form. Dearborn Laboralories specialize on water analysis and oil and fuel testing. Standard methods used. rfb DEARBORN CHEMICAL COMPANY 310 South Michigan Avenue CHICAGO TELEPHONE, HARRISON 3926 November Homecoming crowds break all existing records. Thanksgiving exodus expected to break all marks heretofore. Daily Illini protests against student cars. Dean Clark speaks in Rockford. A -Iifiiefiifi December Thanksgiving exodus breaks all previous rec- ords. Dean Clark speaks in Bloomington. 1o,ooo students prepare to leave for Christmas vacation. I Stadium payments two months overdue. Students protest against cut system. 52352851- January Dean Clark speaks in Kankakee. Horrors of Spring Parade told to students. Daily Illini protests against student cars. Campus becomes studious as Final Exams loom. . February 678 Hunk out as result of iinal exams. Registrar expects registration to break all ex- isting records. Football material good for Fall campaign. Dean Clark speaks in Decatur. -Iii--152-152 March Enrollment breaks all preceding records. Students protest against cut system. 103, dismissed for participation in Spring Parade. Dean Clark speaks in Springfield. 'Iii' 452 'Iii- April Daily Illini protests against student cars. Dean Clark speaks in Herrin. Stadium broke. Easter exodus expected to break all records. In Plnnning than New wne -or remodeling the old one-remember that the plumbing and heating are two of the most important things to consider. In your showrooms we have everything that will make your home beautiful and comfortable, so before making your selection visit us, with your architect or plumber. CENTRAL SUPPLY COMPANY Indianapolis Indiana V l586l 1 That Pioneer Train Followed John Deere Plows From the Illinois side of the Mississ- ippi river, on an April morning in 1856, came a squat locomotive pulling a half dozen small box cars. With valiant blasts from its whistle, the iron horse snorted its way across to the little town of Davenport, Iowag and coonskin caps and beaver hats flew into the air, as the crowd cheered the passage. The first bridge across the Mississippi had stood the test. The new railroad extending into the West, was linked with lines leading into the East. One of the greatest epochs in the com- mercial life of the nation was begun. And the West was ready. For an earlier pioneer-the John Deere steel plow--had led the way for that first train across the mighty river. Every year, by the thousands, up and down the Mississippi by boat and then by wagon far into the land of the Indian and the buffalo, John Deere plows had traveled. They were conspicuous among the goods of the first store in every pio- neer settlementg the first to turn the virgin soil, as the frontiers of farming pressed westward, the chief equip- ment of those hardy pioneers who carved farms and states from the wild prairie lands. The West, with john Deere steel plows, was ready for the stimulation of commerce carried on steel rails. Since pioneer days John Deere Implements have been leaders because of their high quality John Deere, Moline, Illinois l537l nronro' New Peerfess THEHarvard Companyhasplayed a great part in helping thousands in the profession towards material success by its policy of producing only the best along sound but original lines, and distributing Harvard prod- ucts by methods that are ethical, economical and best adapted to the convenience of the dentist who buys them. Students, before purchasing, let us tell you now all about, not only Har- THE HARVARD COMPANY CANTON, OHIO vard Chairs and Harvard Cabinets but the many other superior products made in the Harvard factory. Your Inquiries will be Welcome Photography of Dirzfinction for Diferinzineitinfg People A. SHERMAN HOYT PORTRAIT PI-IOTOGRAPHER CHAMPAIGN l588l WE HAVE BEEN SERVING and BANDSMEN since 1902 We still have our 1902 Customers TiD1pqrMurir'nlEf DURAND, MCNEIL HORNER Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS IMPORTERS ROASTERS OF COFFEE "NONEfSUCH," NCLOVER HILL" "WHITE BEAR," "BLOSSOM" "MT, BAKER" FINEST QUALITY FOOD PRODUCTS 251615 EAST GRAND AVENUE CHICAGO Between the 'Tribune Tower mul the Municipal Pier- TELEPHONE SUPERIOR 9560 WALDO M. ALLEN, Representative May Easter exodus breaks all previous records. Students protest against cut system. Graduating class largest in history of Univer sity. Dean Clark speaks in Monticello. Campus becomes studious as Final Exams loom. -356252 june Summer school enrollment expected to break all records. Final exams take toll of 657. Faculty objects to student cars. Dean Clark speaks in Terra Haute on way to Europe. Stadium payments four months overdue. -Ziiiifiii CAMPUS ENTERTAINMENT Campus houses are known to have their cus- toms and traditions, but none of these are quite CContinu.ed on page 5923 I 539 I PRINTING is merely a means to an end. To take a short cut use good printing. Good Przhimg Przyf A. D. WEINTHROP CO. 626 S0llfh Clark -W. Cylffllgll I T I 'T IIII 'T " I I ' . , I 0 I 5 ii M 0,0 w v Ig 3 I K0 'L M I I IA, I ,,,, nm px, N I f TI-IE 51 I I I I FRANKLIN LIFE INSURANCE ji ' . P7 Ig ',COMPANY fg ji ll .' 4- ' h I M If . I 'SPRlNGFIELD, ILLINOIS 1. I ii 3 If I li QI I I J V I ' N 1 NI ' 3 I I, V 0 I5 I P' - XI R 'I aff I4 Wa I I .IoI-IN H. ATKINSON Cid I GENERAL AGENT ,Sb 1, CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS AW ' B is I Q- I 65 I 5 5 5 .4 I S' ' v 5. .4 in En .., M I II' 'II I N I I X 29 I 2 ,-T ' . , , . , 1 ..,. . . , L ., , ,, , , .,.. .,.,,,.- ,,L. -,..-,.- .,.,,. .... ..... L, .. H., .. ,.,.1,,. ., ., . .,.. , -..-.,.,,,..,,,,..,, .L . . -... . -.,,.,,,.--.,..,,, ' 1 QW- T 'W5 4 a w ww' 3 " ' W 5 f'5 - '51 f5901 pa N i I Qi THE SENIOR BALL One should under no condition miss the senior ball. This warning is scarcely necessary and would most certainly not be included were it not for the case of Sam Korf, who became so interested in the use of a parchesi board, that he did not qualify for the finals. He was using the parchesi board as a seat. The moral of course being do not become a senior unless you have the correct outfit for a fact. The matter of clothes is a very seri- ous setback to most of the uninitiated. One should never leave one of his shoes at home as some one of the other guests may wear his or her track shoes and the man with one shoe would quite likely be at a disadvantage in case the party was not interested in polo or not. When the clothes have been selected and the victim is quite sure that he cannot stand up because of the pain a straw vote should be taken as to the right of glove factories to forget hardly anything. Then the dancer should call for his opponent in three cabs at vari- ous time, and then whenshe admits she is ready place in all three cabs at once and remark that there is no time that both might as well walk. Then catching her quite unawares pay no attention to her. This will cause her to believe that there is no dance, and you, knowing better, will plainly have no advantage. When the place wherein the dance is to be held is reached, ask her if she really wishes to go on or whether maybe she had not best, after all, go to the senior ball. After this there is nothing left to do except dance theoretically and without so much as a glance at the floor start danc- ing. In case the evening is slow in getting started there are several little standard tricks which will bring about the applause of all. Perhaps best among these is the poker trick. Taking a hot poker, approach the oldest woman at the dance. Catching her off guard, bring the poker down sharply across her neck and at the same time bring the right list gently but tirmly against her eyebrows the while cheering loudly for Northwestern without so much as opening your mouth. Most of the Good Times QfC0llege days are set to Musi POPULARITY PLUS! The glad hand of welcome everywhere, and the smiles of those whose smiles are worth while, that's the ,happy heritage of the fellow who plays a Buescher Saxophone. Even the glamour of the Grid King fades before this magic maker of merriment. I-le's the life of the party, the center of attraction-always. You can master this wonderful' instrument in just a few weeks. Practice won't take time from your necessary routine. Three lessons, given on request with each new instrument, start you. Teach yourself. Try any Buescher Instrument, Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet, for six days. See what you can do. Test your talent. If you like the instrument pay a little each month. Discount for cash. Send for beau- tiful catalog, any instrument. No obliga- tion. Mention favorite instrument. 'F 3 2 is Qree! This beautiful book gives the complete history of the Saxo- frhonc,and tcllswhy the Bueschcr is so easytalearn toplay. In it vouwilllind the Iirstlesson chart and many interesting pictures. You must have this ine book. BUESCHER BAND INSTRUMENT CO. E vrrylhifzg in Bam! and Orcbeftra Ir1.rtrnm:11t.r 1561 Bucscher Block, Elkhart, Indiana l591l CContinucd from page 5892 so interesting as the good old "Have My Pin" stunt indulged in by the Triangle boys. The stunt is played as follows: First: get a girl Ca co-ed if possiblej and let her have all your line. Get her to the place where she just canlt resist you: Cask any Triangle how it's donej. Second: borrow your roommate's pin, Cyour own being of course pinned upon some flame in Kokomoj and wend your way over to the afore- mentioned girl's house. Third: on the way over practice the little pres- entation speech that you are to give, Cask any Triangle just how this speech goesj. Fourth: deliver, with your heart in your voice and your roommatels pin in your hand, the little speech of presentation that you have prepared, and await results. CAsk any Triangle just what happens.j Q 'Ig' ,Q THE OLD ARMY GAME It was news to Campus Mud, and also quite a shock, to learn that the Alpha Z's have been dat- ing rather heavily with soldiers from Chanute Field. Be that as it may, the real dirt of the thing is that moves were made and things were done to remedy this situation, and as a result an order was issued preventing any Alpha Z from dating a man in uniform. So to get around this rule the soldier in question in due time presented himself at the Alpha Z front door in cits, and after one look at him sans uniform and sans his military splendor, his date decided that in cits he wasn't so much after all and the romance ended right there. -I5I'i'EI--IsiI- A SOUTHERN BELLE The Sigma Alpha Iota's pledged a southern girl at the beginning of the year. She talked with that delightful little southern brogue, just enough, not too much. And she confidentially told the sisters that she "just couldn't get out of the habit of say- ing 'reckon' and 'you all,." So after she had been pledged and had become firmly settled, it was learned that she hailed from a hick town some twenty-five miles north of Cairo, Illinois. Progressing With Friends Each year marks new things at the University of Illinois-new studies, new courses, new departments, new buildings. Keeping pace with this progress is the continual program of improvements on the Illinois Traction System-improved schedules, new rolling stock, ballasted roadfbed, faster trains. It is pleasant to progress steadily with friends, and such great friends-the University of Illinois and the Illinois Traction System-such two imporf tant friends before the people of Illinois, must ever look ahead and continue to progress-together. Illinoisqlrletiomz System l592l X.- The Store For Illinois Men University men's clothing and ac' cessories for every occasion of dress. The suit illustrated is the Staddmodeled for us by Alfred Decker Cf? Cohn, makers of Society Brand clothes. 0 0 DOWNTOWN CHAMPAIGN I 595 1 USE "f7he Business College with a ZlniversztyAtmosplzere' Beginning on the first of April, July, October, and January, we conduct a Special, complete, intensive, three' months' course in stenography which is open to COLLEGE GRADUATES and UNDERGRADUATES ONLY Enrollments for this course must be made before the opening clay-preferably some time in advance, to be sure of a place in the class. Stenography opens the way to independence, and is a very great help in any position in life. The ability to take shorthand notes of lectures, sermons, conversations, and in many other situations, is a great asset. Bulletin on Request No Solicitors Employed Girls, only, are enrolled in the day classes. Paul Moser, D., Ph. B., President 116 S. MICHIGAN AVE. l2rh.Flonr Phone Randolph 4547 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Only High School Graduates are ever enrolled :it MOSER 3377A ESTABLISHE D 1856 MARINER 81 HOSKINS C6emz'.vf.v and E7Zg'Z'N667'X . 2009 Harris Trust Building IIIHVVCSI Monroe Street Telephone Central 0330 CHICAGO Ufiilvfof' I1y"o1-walian on Soi! zum' Olfmr ,4gricultu7'a! f1n:zb'.ve.r. LETTERS FROM A COLLEGE BOY TO HIS FATHER By Tom Morrow Well pa-Here I am and all set to be a raw, raw boy Cha, hal. This place ain't so bad accept for everybody tryin to cell you something like the shutalfwa but they won get none of my mony not after I come through three YMCA drives at home 30 cents to the good. Qha ha.j I put my mony in three pockets like you told me and didnt have no troubel accept a smooth guy with sum kind of game about a trunk check and I just laughed and he didn't say nothing after that. Their was a bunch of bording houses solisting buzness at the train and one by the name of Betta Taka Pie Qkind of a cunning name for a bording placej must due a big a buzness as they got evrybody but the conducter and me. Big fellow by the name of Ed Lesch or something was the guy in charge I think id like him. Know follishness, looks like maybe hed studied horses some from a plow. Well I red a piece in the catalog about the ymca, guess Ill go out and look at them Herefords we red about, Yours three ina hill.. Axe Ps-I may go into the coching coarse insted of the cow college. I saw Zupke and he gets big mony, you wouldnlt believe it. You have to change close pretty fast in this coching school. Its hard alrite but I guess I could learn her. Tell John not to take no wooden nikels. fha haj Axe. -Iii'-Iii-Ii? Dear Pa-Well I done it I signed up in this ag school. The coching coarse was allright but you had to take calisthentics and you no the awful time I had getting through them mathematics in high school. I found out wear the Y.M.ca was today and I wont have no difficulty staying off that street. Theyve got some right pretty stock. I signed up for military today. I could have got out of it if they had been anything wrong with me in the physical exam but there aint no slack- ers in are family. Tell ma not to worry. your sun Axe lCf?7lfl'11ll6d on page 5975 l594l An Amazing New Shaving Cream Radically Diyferent and Marvelously Better Than Anything You Have Ever Used! hull I w Ml I III X X xx 'wmimmmmmnnmmxmmwi KESIWSE NOSOAP BR SH N0 MUG SHAVING NO SOAP :on sg-nAvnNc: APPLY NO MUG Aa .zef an SMILE mmMHf?KEib5dEl2mISmW KOLAX is not "just another" new shaving cream. Kolax is the result of a careful development to provide a brushless and greaseless shaving cream, that will simplify shaving and retain all the advantages of a cream skin emollient. 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MCMfXflON, Jlanager l596I Mps-Thanks for sending my ear muffs I may go out for the stock judging team. axe -Ifitiifi'-ii? Well pa-Im kind of getting axquainted with the folks around. Them wasnt no bording houses that first day but fraternities which is just like bording houses but caused more. They have houses and watch you eat a meal and if you dont cut no one they ask you to come in an pay. Im pertty prod of gettin away from them Bettas. There like Woolworths kind of, due buzness on a big scale. All them fraternities was kind of fraid to ask me accept the Cappy delta rows and they make you feel right at home. They kind of want me to join but I told them that you didn't hold much with them secret socities but maybe the klan. Im waiting for your idees on the thing. axe. Ps. Please send me some money I joined this fraternity. axe. 452 'Iii' 451- Well pa:- I kind of begin to get on to this fraternity thing. All of the boys our just like me. But they have a lot of forks around and everyone is scart that the other guy is used to them forks and he pretends that is used to them and some tims its forty min- utes before any body takes a bite, kind of fainting around wateing for the other guy to grab a fork so they can tell which fork to us. Then you kind of pretend like you liked everybody else in the club and shake hands and say hello fellers alot. We got most of the big men on the cam pus. One guy is president of the Union which aint nothing like the plumbers union. I ast him what he done an he kind of laughed so I gess they must be a goke abou it. Then another guy is buznes manger of the stewdent papur. I gess he maks moor mony than a guy could with a team. It must be a religus papur. Its in presbuterian haul, I see him going to work all the time. I didnt tell you nothing about rejisturing. They give us abot five yards of papur to article on and it was full of gokes. In one plase it syas what postoffis was you borne in. Rite away Isovl T 126 Cwzgzzesf 0 f Dzkfamve From your own telephone you can talk to any other telephone in the United States-more than 17,000,000 of them. You can talk to Canada. You can even talk to Cuba. Your field is practically unlimited. You may have a few occasions to talk to places thousands of miles away, but you have fre- quent use for service to places nearer home. Rates are reasonable and the station-to-station rates are lower after 8:30 P. M. The different classes of calls and the' rates are fully explained in the current telephone directory. The long distance operator will quote rates to any place. Oh ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Bell System ONE POLICY-ONE SYSTEM UNIVERSAL SERVICE FOUNDED 34 YEARS SPECIALIZING IN POSITIONS for Civil Engineers, Me' chanical Engineers, Elec' trical Engineers, Chem' istry, Architecture, Ar' chitectural Engineering, Mining Engineering, Contracting, Manufacf turing, Metallurgy, Technical Teaching Positions. wap-a THE ENGINEERING AGENCY, INC., 53 West Jackson Blvd. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Mehring 84 Hanson Co. Forgf Years' Experience MAIN Lolo-Lou 167. NORTH CLINTON STREET CHICAGO, ILLINOIS H E A T I N G V E N T I L A T I O N COOLING SYSTEMS P O W E R P L A N T S GENERAL PRESSURE PIPING Some Notable Contracts: Agricultural Building Tribune Tower Hotel Sherman Morrison Hotel Union League Club Uptown Theatre St. Luke's Hospital I seen it was a joak and wear it says what religion I rites down forty galon baptist I bet no one thot of that one befoar. as ever Axe. Ps-send me my shuking gluves we our going to have tests. -I5P-I'3'-Ii'I- Well pa:- Everythin is kidn of crooked here I went out for the football team and as soon as I come on the field everybody gind of gasped. I soon seen an esier way of doing things. Whean some guy would take the ball an run with it all the other guys would jump on him and I toled the coch that if they would run withot the ball they wouldnt be bothered and some guy could kick the ball down their. And he says who do you think you are and I says to h-l with that who do you think I am. He toled me to get off the field bu I was to quick for him and went off and left his football team go to hades. I had an awful time to keep from bust- ing him but he is an old man and will lern not to x me up. I wood rether be a chear liter anyweigh. Axe. iii'-Ili!--Ifii Well pa:-You will be suprised to here that I am coming home. Last weak was homecoming and all the boys has a good time. Erly in the night I eat something that made me sick. It must a been a epidermis as lots of the other boys was sick to. While I was sick I was walking in town and saw a big purple snake that was about to kick to litle babes which was on stilts in the basement. I had to brake a big pleat glass windo to get to them but i saved them and the poliseman helped me to find a plas to lay down. The next day a dene said i had better go home becaws what i had eat and made me sick mite still be in town and eye mite get sick again and have to save someone else and wreck a tran or something. And I looked him in the I and sed yes sur. Well s'il vous manyan a. Thems some Latin I lerned. Axe. Ps-Don't plant no soybeans. I lost my earmuff. ISQSI I Q . - ' ' - "l:'3:Zf .gf-:,,'Qii ',' fl If it's Ritter '55 l- a :Iwi - ' . - wr' ' . SX! I II S iii all vii 1 x U " Q I r I 1 I , 'z f:fis,:':i-43..z.'g1f' f 1 -+it's Right - ...,. fu --IW? 'II-Elini? 1 -. 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I fr:-'ffgswi 'fy-1? ,- - E 1 Eg :i is E E: 12 15- sg ii :S IE fa ag :E G22 KK L-, lag: ' ,if SUCCESS arprmll up-n C0 BUS IN DENTISTRY PROFESSIONAL ABILITY RIIECT INESS M ETHODS , MODERN 1 LQQEENT l I :'- -c ff vig' ' A ' F' E 'T 3 'Y E 5 ii S: 'E 1 E E is QE is 1 2: YF-. : 2: E: ?E 5: 5: : IRITTER DENTAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC. OUR success in dentistry is dependent not only upon the professional ability which you have attained the past four years but upon correct business methods and modern equipment. Realizing this we have worked unceasingly to collect and distribute data which will assist the beginner in the practice of dentistry, as well as to manufacture the best and most up-to-date dental equipment modern science and trained minds can produce. We only ask that you take advantage of tlieassistauce we offer you. - -I v ROCHESTER N.Y. Nearly Hay' a Century Serving the Dental Profession f599l The Young M en's Problem of Clothes is one to which we have given a great deal Of thought. For years we have enjoyed the privilege Of making clothing for college men, and it is very gratifying to see the large number Of them who have grown up in the business world and who continue to buy .lerrems tailoring because they know they always get dependable quality at prices they know are right. A complete line of ready-to-'wear English Top Coats. We suggest an extra pair af Knlckers for sport wear, Riding Breeehes 324 S. MICHIGAN AVENUE FORMAL' BUSINESS 71 E. MONROE STREET CMcCormick Bldg.D AND SPORT CLOTHES 7 N. LASALLE STREET ENGINEERING INSTRUMENTS y 'L ' If XS N f: ,wifrffii TRANSITS - LEVELS - TAPES - RODS -"ff .U liff- ,m " X'Q1Yw37'1Y',.g?9"A m 1' ' 1 1 5 qgz. 4 A Are the recognized standard 1n all 8" 5IR.,,i,15 tz branches Of the Engineering Profes- my sion. The excellence Of their design :E l and construction insures accuracy and will Typ 2 reliability under all conditions Of use. by 75.31, Your best work is passable rf you use K Ebb E Inslramerlts icc""lll ,im ,T N "VH:f.,, h uluv will I. U 1 . . CONSULT OUR CATALOGUE IT Sendfor Drawing Materials, Mathematical and Surveying t fi' "' fffv COPA' Instruments, Measuring Tapes - :Q L q u lllxu 5 ,.ll I !'P1Il'771l'l'lS GENERAL OifE1cE AND EACTORIES: HOHOKEN, N. J. CHICAGO ST. Louis NENV YORK SAN FRANCISCO MONTREAL 516-S20 Sn. Dearborn Str:-vt 817 Locust Street 127 Fulton Struct 30434 Second Street 5 Notre Dame Street, W. f6ool THE MONTEBANK By YE EARLYE RUSHINGE Prologue Inne olden days when knights were bolde, And ladyes fair . . . a tyme Fromme which full many a tayle is tolde Of rushinge inne its prime. i How Cleopatro, all ye rage, QWhose fame was vaunted highj, Turned halfe the Grecian worlde aghast, And wente and pledged Pi Phi. WILLEY'S PHOTOGRAPI-IIC STUDIO Senior ana' Group Piclu1'e.r Uur Specially OVER SCHULERS CON FECTIONERY 9 MAIN STREET Phone: Blain 2759 ii Thenne there was Dido, luckless jade, Hard-lablring queene, 'tis tolde, Who wore a D.G. anchor forre Her manne who left her colde. MODERN EUROPEAN FIREPROOF NM N HOTEL Fira! Claw Dining Room in Cormeciion BYERS 81 DANIELSON Pl'0,Ul'l'8f0l'J' CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS I:6o1j Rosenwald SL Weil Fine Clothes for Men l J -A ll w,7', AOK' "'Q T . fl . -sig .. My .1-97 XJ., ..!g.L..iy4'A' n 7-X tl X9 I i f 2 +1 f r e r ei : .vlx lu T145-9. w jx ,V C? I , L i -337 i 6 1 'L 1 y fyx- 5 ix- ,VE -F -.4, K--Q '. 41.5. i"" w-I-.W i Y , jf- g 2 ' if , i f Q, Q he 1 + e ii is X W ii r Q 1 im. . -' f V2. i4. '.i.i'Elc ,N M I N I ..:.g,-gmgmvjl 4 ig 5? 'N lr .Q F ft. "' '---'-- ' 3 gif- 1. ,. V I The Approved College Styles Close, personal contact with important style centers and college vogues all over the country permits Rosenwald E99 Weil to fashion clothes that are unequaled in their appeal to the smart tastes of college men. To this add excellent quality and skillful tailoring and you have the secret of the great popuf larity of "R E99 W" clothes. Whether you prefer correct distinction or studied careless' ness there is an "R E99 W" suit that will please you. The price will also please you. Come in and judge for yourself. CCOK St KISNER Exclusive Representatives for Rosenwald U Weil in Urbana Loom iii The storye goes that all the fusse O'er gode Queene Helen came About because the Thetas lead- piped Helen into fame. iv Salome danced her waye into The hearts of warriors bolde, But danced her waye right out again fShe joined the Zips, we're toldej. V Persephone, 'gainst Ma's advice Pledged Chiog then. alack, Was carried into hell because She couldn't take it back. 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Oft have I told You how within My heart you stand, A vision rare, My law, I swear, Your least command! You know it true? . Then, Ardon, cool! Lest I, poor fool, Believe it, too. ii?-351--I'5P GOLDDIGGERIS LAMENT I thought you had cash, But you haven't a cent. I was foolishly rash, For I thought you had cash, Now my hopes are gone smash. . QBut, thank heaven, it's Lent.j I thought you had cash, But you havenlt a cent. -IQP'IfEI"If5I- THE CAMPUS BEAUTIFUL QDedicated to our Traffic Lamps and jim Whitey Sing, Muse, the crowded ways And trafF1c's brazen roar, The song of other days, That are Ca tearj no more. Lo, Chaos follows Sin! SERVICE We give the same prompt and careful attention to pen repairs and orders for new goods, by mail, as when brought to the store. PENS UNDIVIDUALLY TTED I Zfu I 612. EAST GREEN STREET, CHAMPAIGN CHAMPAIGN QRPHEUM THE BEST IN VAUDEVILLE A PART OF THE GREAT ORPHEUM CIRCUIT OF VAUDEVILLE T I-I E A T R E S The rffntwemenf Cenlel Qf Chafnpazlgn PRESENTING THE BEST IN PHOTOPLAYS AND VAUDEVILLE l60Ql Bow, Fool, the reverent poll.j The time of rattling tin And cars that blithely roll About the campus, free, Is gone this saddened while. Decree follows decree In brave Imperial style. Compliments sing, Muse, with muted lyre, f Lament the Student Car. O Then tune thy lay some higher .A For Chaos banished far. 'iii' 'Ei' iii- Feeling that there are certain things that need explanation about the campus and as there are some zooo words yet to be written ere the present publication will iind it possible to drape its profit fraught pages about among the iinn-laden yokels, we utilize this space in which to set forth certain facts. Which doesn't make much difference. TWO LEADERS THE AMERICAN MILLER CESTABLISHED 18825 THE AMERICAN ELEVATOR AND a GRAIN TRADE CESTABLISHED 18733 The American Miller is a monthly journal devoted to the art and science of milling, and each month presents to, the miller the latest improvements in the milling fieldg also discusses the problems of the miller. The American Elevator and Grain Trade is a monthly devoted to the elevator and grain interests-each month it shows the latest in eleva- tor construction and grain handling machinery. Discusses the prob- lems of the terminal and country grain meng also reports crop con- ditions throughout the world. MITCHELL BROS. PUBLISHING CO. 431 soUTH DEARBORN sTREE'r CHICAGO, 11.L1No1s l:61o1 I. The JLLJQ swf Approves of WEBER af cz Maker of ILLIO Plzolof The Shop of Personal Service- Why mens clothes are ' better looking every season as, 5,3 Wasil The idea of good appearance has taken hold in recent H seasons as never before. Men are realizing keenly the tremendous business advantage of looking the part, and after that the social pleasure that fine apparel gives them. So they Want the best. MOODY WEBER I-IALLBERG clothes are doing their utmost to give it to them! Moonv WEBER Hattnnno CLOTHES sHoP Ia A ' 3 1 X M4 'H' 17 W. Jaoicson BLVD. oHicAeo, itrmois AURORA, ILL Vlfhere water or solutions are pumped--there you will find the "Ameri- can" trade mark. For over halfa century "American" has appeared on pumping machinery. A complete line of centrifugal pumps, deep-well turbines and deep-well plunger pumps is the result. Experienced engineers assist in the selection of the particular kind of pump best suited to every need The American Well Works Aurora, Illinois ,.Li L6I2J VISITING SORORITY HOUSES This is an aimless, almost moronic form of sport which, as a usual thing, may be avoided. However, as in the case of suicide, the necessity of a journey into the maizes of the sisterhood will now and again visit its self upon one, the best possible form of attack is here placed so that all may read. Before making the contemplated sor- ority visit it is best to consider the matter. Per- haps inspiration as to pastime will reach one in the final moment before the fatal step. Mayhap there is a gymnasium meet on this night. This will give a person a chance to stay at home and play checkers. However, if there is no way for the victim to dissuade himself from the journey, precautions should be taken in the form of a fireman's axe, three square of roofing, an onion set and 37 snow shoes. Then set out in a dead run in the opposite direction from your destination. When the first automobile is sighted swallow all 37 of the snow- shoes at one gulp. The driver will no doubt laugh himself to death, thus placing the automobile at your disposal. Then, driving swiftly backward down the street, seek out a livery stable, hire a horse and buggy, borrow a motorcycle and ride to the sorority house. On your arrival, carelessly throw the roofing over your head and give an imitation of a homing pigeon. The girls will naturally think that some- one is selling lawnmowers and will rush out to see if there is any chance of it raining. This will give the debauchee an opportunity to open a base- ment window and go in through the back door. Then he will go hurriedly to the chaperon and chop her left leg off directly above the knee and hand it to her. The ludicrous look on her face will most certainly cause all the girls to just die laughing. This will give the fellow to call an un- dertaker, or mortuary shoppe keeper, as he has been nicknamed. The shot will not be a hard one if the object ball is kept hardly. Why it is? i613l 4Buy two pair liyglqrt gm I-rxpewear ff- V, 1- .0 j f ' lj .V F574- QT OW about the handsome chap who comes into the club, sits clown with the elect and stretches out a pair of shoes that only a second- hand dealer could love? Then's when you sigh with relief and contentedly shove out your own keen-looking SmifliSmmiSlwe.v mm stay swf: Wad- Long semza' 5 . yt 'TQ sig AarXl 'A E51-A us 1891 A i ' .1-4 "!iq:,.3j3-,Y-. ., .. 4.5. lfuiiai inaii 0 COSTUME QL i "r'-amssrfevbeawcy Schmidt Costumes for Fraternity Affairs-School Pageants and Plays DESIGNED MANUFACTURED RENTED Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention SCHMIDT CCSTUME CC. 920 N. Clark St. CHICAGO, ILL. ' ' l : fx' . ' I Tai., . 'gif 'A 'W--,M 1 ,.,. , .yi i, It vi ,!-4 Q Y ng ...ow-N. ix M.: V f' ,, , I T' I' .,wif:'1g'ff4f-,?i9, f I ' ., , j , I I 4 . .3 E. . will 5 it gi g W- :Vi 1: ' H ,L QT L.. r.f,1 . 4-1. M35-.. V :I ,', I -f ' ?'A!,Q, 1 1 4 , :M --14 '-7'- H. 5. 'Q ' I N Q .4..:l,..l .....,c ...Ta Wal! D':.?', .-.Wi A " ' i f 4.1 . . '5 I wi' 1:35-r I' ,,', 'I , ' " '.'-' , , -H1 3- ' -fi . A ' U ..-.,,L..f MCKINLEY HALL The Dormitory of Y. W. C. A UNIVERSITY OF ILLINCIS Room and Board Accommodations for 75 Girls Addremr HCUSE MANAGER 801 SOUTH WRIGHT STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS L614J When in Chicago, Look for This Sign f 1 THE BEST PLACE K fv 6,13 L1 I jj TO EAT J.. All Over the L oop VJ LooAT1oNs W 142 W. VAN BUREN ST. 801 W. JACKSON BLVD. 3 N. CLARK ST. 148 W. VAN BUREN ST 59 W. MADISON ST. 83 W. RANDOLPH ST 174 W. JACKSON BLVD 112 W. MADISON ST. 10 E. RANDOLPH ST. 501 W. JACKSON BLVD 126 W. MADISON ST. 180 W. ADAMS ST. 60 W, ADAMS ST. Illini Heaclqucwteifs in Chicago Dine and Dance at che RE N D E ZVO U S Divefrsey Boulevavd and Clark Street 16151 Acme Electrotype Company Eleczrotypem - Nickelrteeltyperr 711 FEDERAL STREET GYMNASIUM MEET There is nothing more beautiful than a well- appointed gymnasium meet except perhaps it be a far horned catfish. Certain ethical niceties make it necessary for the prospective onlooker to pre- pare himself for the gymnasium meets as care- fully as if he were a blind man on his way to a six day bicycle race in a town which had no race track. At least nine hours before time to start for the meet one should eat nothing hurriedly and do it repeatedly. Then do the very best possible to keep from finding out where the meet is to be held. After two hours of deep silence, accom- panied by a bass drum solo, preferably by a player who plays solely by ear, stroll slowly, slightly sideways. Then stop quickly, without for a moment halting the stroll, the while repeating CHICAG rapidly the last six words on the label of Lydia O Pinkham's bottle multiplied by six and after- wards. Then as the time for the meet arrives, . walk briskly to the scene, thumb your nose care- Hmison 1789 TELEPHONES Harrison L79 fully, at no one in particular, and lock yourself in a phone book, soon afterward taking poison. This will never do. Neither are the Aztecs. Y ' W I I I ark ihe tSemor.r an flux Illzo about our work- ifzerz come fo utr for your Semor ptciure next Fall. sf-2.-2f'L2e.iE Opposite Flat Iron Building Phone 7-2951 f6I6j uthoritative Styles or University Men Y' 5, r Xhx M f 'U A w ,.-,W K . his Clothes for your every need: golf, dinner, prom, formal daytime functions and all 'round campus wear. Collegiate fashion authorities of national note created the styles and approved the special cloths. Of suits and overcoats you can wear, you will End a greater number here than in many stores carrying much larger stocks. . Easy, Graceful Fit such as marks the product of exclusive custom tail' ors,- is yours in our ready tailored clothes. Our prices are moderate: S50 upward. Hats of Fine Make and smart stylingg shirts of beautiful materials and roomy cut, ties in a wealth of Wanted hues and pat' ternsg scarfs, collars, vests, robes and accessories. We invite you cordially to view our stocks, compare our values, and put our friendly service to the test. OGILVIE SZJACOBS Second Floor 20 EAST JACKSON BOULEVARD, CHICAGO READY TAILORED CLOTHES for GENTLEMEN FINE FURNISHINGS, FINE HATS Ogilvie O The Sign 59' Jacobs' of Style Label 69' Worth l6I7l Telephone Lincoln 0410-0411 ADAM SCHILLO LUMBER COMPANY 1560 KINGSBURY ST. Corner Weed Street One block south of North Ave. and Shcflicld Ave. CHICAGO B. A. KAILTON CO. Wiolesa Ze Gro cers QM LTQQ Y' 0 -1 mlm Q I I 0r, Pact? Supplying the Needs of Hospitals, Schools, and All Similar Institutions. Goods packed under our "NATURAL", "SUNNY" and "BARCO" Brand Labels represent maximum quality at , minimum cost. We Roast and Blend Our Own Coffee. wap-v 373-405 West Erie Street 189-191 Hanover St. CHICAGO, ILLS. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Phone-Superior zozo Phone-Hanover 3646 were unheard by two of the other sisters who felt the pangs of hunger about this time and were making a pilgrimage down to the kitchen to raid the ice box. Hearing the hungry ones coming, and not desir- ing to be caught in such a situation, the two "visitors'l hid themselves in the pantry. Now while the hungry sisters were prowling about, one of the girls in the pantry happened to make a noise and the girls in the kitchen promptly went into a panic and set up a cry of "Burglars." Of course everyone was called out and the Champaign police department included but no burglar was to be found, nor trace of him. But then after all papers had carried a story of the Z.T.A. burglar scare, the sisters finally broke down and confessed that it was all a carefully prepared publicity stunt. Strange to relate, the Pi Phis also concocted a new publicity stunt. It goes like this . . . Last summer 'sixteen campus sororities an- nounced that they were to hold their conventions during the warm months, and the various places of .meeting were announced also. And lo! from among the number of organizations planning to hold conventions, Pi Beta Phi was the only one to pick a foreign land! And so, the story has it, the convention was a huge success. Ontario, Canada, was the place, and the sisters were very pleased with it. Of course the Pi Phis came in for their bit of criticism, but ac- cording to the actives who attended, "Boy, o boy, it shure wash worth it!" Yes, oswald, there are many ways of getting publicity. iifiisifiifi- And then there is the good old story of the fifteen campus politicians who congregated over at the Kappa Sig house one evening not so very, very long ago . . . but then politicians will be boys, you know, or what have you? f618l esneusneo :sua -EM,,,Qg5. qi... X I. , s, ,J 1 I Xif.-uk nw., M4 V . 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Drop into your Engi- neers Co-Op store some- time soon-there you'll find represented the complete Pease line of Engineering Supplies, including everything from thumb-tacks to drawing instruments. Ill. The Pease Company 824 North Franklin Street Chicago, l619l Theunusual cover of this book and the coy- ers for the U. S.Mi1itary Academy, Northwest- ern Uniyersity,Univer- sity of Minnesota, and others of this year Were made by qhe S -K- Smith Company 448 N0 WELLS ST. CHICAGO ILLINOIS SMITH V! f62oj The Illineir U nevewizy Bemei I if ez wonder, and we eZe1e'z' meem maybe Thomas and Clarke's Crackers and Cakes are also wonderful. Just try them. We have a representative liv- ing close to the University and he wants to, and will, sell every Grocer if you good students and citizens will ask for THOMAS 84 CLARKE'S Ceokier, Cakes, and Cwzekerr. The second battle of the Marne, Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, the quarrantine of the Theta Xi's on the eve of the Sophomore Cotillion, the Death of Arthur and the passing of Illibuck, are all events to be mentioned in the same breath. He was a good turtle, according to the now famous saying, but what of it? But he has been duly mourned and buried. It is enough that we merely call attention to him. No more can be done, and while we reverently bow our heads for a moment in respect for him, or her, or it, let us each remember that Ohio never had him. Had we but known beforehand! Think of it! It brings tears to our eyes, had we but known beforehand, Illibuck might have died in Columbus! But then, according to another old and famous saying, "There is no death, only oblivion." And should that really be the case we need not fear for Illibuck. He has been dead these past three years. f621:I We thank our many friends at the University of Illinois for their friendship EM ER REXF ORD 8: KELDER Largert Univerrigf Clotbierr in the Wert 7.5 JACKSON BLVD., EAST 7th floor CHICAGO, ILLINOIS moon REED'S soNs , Founded 1824 by jacob Reed OLDEST UNIFORM MANUFACTURING HOUSE IN THE UNITED STATES Students of the Leading Military Schools and Colleges in this country are outntted in Reed's uniforms. The Uniforms worn by the Students of the University of Illinois are finished examples of the Quality, Finish and Workmanship of Reed's productions. JACCJB REED'S soNs 14244426 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA WHERE AWAY, sr-3NioR? 'Tomorrow many of you old friends will be gone to the far corners of the earth. VVe wish you the best of L1fe's good things, and success. Perhaps you will find need of many things not to be had in your future abode. If we can ever aid you, Write us and We will supply you with everything a good college store should handle. VVe are selling by mail to hundreds of former stu- dents, and that same service is open to you. inane ru Ori snipiprr sironie The Co-op CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS f622fI 'Typical View of Snead Standard Stack Showing Intermediate 'Tiers The New Library for the University of Illinois is being equipped with Snead Standard Stack similar to above illustration. The stack room is designed to store 500,000 volumes in ten tiers and is prepared for future horizontal extension. C d B ch 92 Pine Street E99 250 Ricliiiioiid Stllet West Jersey City, New Jersey ' Founded 1849 Toronto Ontario A College shop For suitable gifts in Leather, Bronze, Pottery and Class in exclusive designs. A complete stock of College Jewelry. Leather goods with college emblems-Illinois die stamped stationery. Q ST AUCI-I'S Adjoining Campus at 625 S. 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Sigma Phi Sigma-Because somebody thought it necessary to write poetry about girls and long, low, red roadsters. Psi Upsilon-Because of their tact in "handling'l the Alpha Chi Rho's. Phi Kappa Psi, Theta Alpha, Phi Delta Theta, Chi Psi and Zeta Psi-Because, because-oh, think of the poor sorority girls! Chi Omega-Because there must be some way of segregating all the blondes on the campus. Pi Beta Phi-Because there are so many of them we just didn't dare to disregard them. Kappa Kappa Gamma-Because they live across the street from the Dean of Men. Tau Delta Tau-Because they are the "Little Deltsfl Alpha Kappa Lambda-Because Ivory soap made their fraternity motto popular. -Ifii'-3521--Kei? Unfortunately it was impossible to obtain a photograph of the famous Tassel Club for the Roast Section, but a scout was sent out to listen in on one of their meetings and succeeded in ob- taining their names. The sisters are as follows . . . 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Any Sigdfob IJ fl IVIANZ Sayre fob MANZ CORPORATION bm I627l -f ft ll I ws 'nrfirf INDEX 1922 25 1925 24 AFTER FQUR YEARS1 After four years of pleasant dealings with you we regret that you are leaving. Yet we are glad--glad because you have accomplished that which you set out to accomplish back in '22. You have all played an important part in our rapid development during the last four years. Your confidence in co-operative selling has made possible our progress and expansion and we want you to feel that your support is appreciated. May success be yours and ambitions result in glorious achievement. I H N mums CO OPERATIVE socu: . YT Y W I ll inois' Only C0-operulim' Bookslore 90? Solllll l1'llIllIl!IlJS Ave. 1924 25 1925 26 16301 iBook Index Acacia . . . 395 College of Law ...... 34 Gargvylc . . . Achaca Group . 504 College of Liberal Arts and Sci- Glrls' Baseball . . Air Service . . . 366 ences ......... 30 Girls' Basketball . . . Alcestis Group . . . 504 Commencement 1925 . . 145 Girls' Hockey n . . . . . . Alpha Alpha Alpha . 520 Conference Medal . . . . 187 Girls' Llfe Saving Corps . . Alpha Chi Rho . . 418 Congregational House . . . 498 Girls' Track . . . . . . Alpha Chi Omega . 465 Corinna Group . . . . 505 Gold Feathers n . . . . . Alpha Chi Sigma . 398 Cosmopolitan Club 401 Goose HangS Hlgh, The . . . Alpha Delta Phi . 412 Alpha Delta Pi . . 472 D H Alpha Delta Sigma . 518 i . . . Alpha Delia Tllptp - - 437 llllzl .CB.usi.ness Staffl. . gfflfgogfnghe Umverslty ' Alpha Epsilon Plll - ' 476 Daily Illini fEditorial Staffl . 292 Homecomln gang ' ' ' ' ' Alpha Epsilon Iota 548 . . . S t Show - . . . ' Dance Supervision Committee 322 Honorary and professionals . Alpha Epsilon Pl . . 426 Da 'mc Grou 505 H Alpha Gamma Delta . . 474 Dagbers P """ 561 Honomb ""'-' ' Alpha Gamma Rho . 399 ""' ' Onors av ""--' Al h K K Davenport House . . 499 Alghg KZEEZ Lsilliliilfia' ' iii Dean of Mel' ' ' 28 I ' Dean of Women . . 29 Alpha Lambda Della - i 527 Debates 347 Illini Publishing Company Qlpga Qlflpfpp Pl - ' 450 Delta Alpha Epsilon . . 433 Illini Theatre Guild . . . . Alpha Rh' 'Chr ' ' 4 I Delta Chi .... . 439 Illinois Agriculturist . . . Algh: lil 1 :li 344 - 1 iii illinois-Eiilif Gel ' l 1 - . . ' eta amma . . . . 4 lnols- lC8g0 ame . . . Alpha Sigma Phl ' 400 Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . 391 Illinois Disciplels Foundation . 'glpllla' iflgmzlillsliru ' 449 Delta Mu Epsilon . . 529 Illinois-Iowa Game . . . . Alpha T23 Opepa - gg? Delta Phi . p . . . 427 Illinois-Michigan Game . . . Algha Xi Dcltag . 467 gelta gl Epsagmllt . 442 ggnols-lglgbraalca Game . . . ' ' ' ' eta lgma e a . . 54 nols- I0 ame . . . . . Qlililhtzszeta ""' Delta Sigma Lambda . . 451 Illinois-Pennsylvania Game . . . """" Delta Sigma Phi . . 424 Illinois Stadium ..... . Qfljlflfpclgfal Yfa' Bppll - 338 Delta Sigma Pi . . 43.7 Illinois Union ..... . e lc. oulfcl "" I 4 Delta Sigma Tau . 444 Illinois Union Cabinet . . . Axe'Grmdcrs Ball ' ' ' 328 Delta Tau Delta . . 380 Illinois Union Dance Committee B Delta Theta Epsilon . 522 Illinois Union Directors . . . Delta Theta Phi . 454 Illinois Union Officers . . . Delta Upsilon . . 393 Illinois-Wabash Game . . Band "-" 350 D lt z l s Ill' B ' sl ff Band Officers . . 350 DZVSZS Baci "" 47 E0 ll?llle?S 3 ' ' ' Plc, The - - - 333 Illzo Editorial Staff . . gzgtiatqf X i Dadnpp Group . . . gals Illia Women's staff . . ' ' ' ' ' Doll ow .... - 270 Ilus ..... . . . 3322233 gfgageps ' ZZ? Dolphins . . . - 534 Infantry .... . . . Basketball ' ' 22 Dramatlcs .... . 333 Interfraternity Council . . . Basketball dam ' ' ' 223 Dramatic Hours . . . 344 Inter-Illinae.Committees . . . Basketball Season, The . 231 E Egsgiilaggstlc "" ' Beta Alpha Psi .... 528 I I "" ' Beta Gamma Sigma . 516 Emera --.,. , 496 Intramural S anilgers ' ' ' Beta Kappa - - - 453 Engineers .... . 365 n raniura pleats ' ' ' lgetza llzhnl Alpha . . 4845 Engineering Council . . 313 535515313 I ' ' 6 2 51 - -U - 44 Enterpriser . . . . 304 ' ' ' ' Egg 215513 - Eta Kappa Nu . . . 513 J Bethany Circle .... 2194 F ' .....,,., , BlNai R'Rith Hillel Foundation . 317 lgglgfspacully Reception Com- Board of Trustees .... 26 Igpitfaci-y. . . . mittee ' n H D 0 1 n . . ' ' Junior Officers and ommittees C I gil:-l?c,i,hk ' Junior Prom ....... Campbell Cottage . 495 Football . . . - 189 ' K Campus Leaders . . 153 Football Captain . . . 189 Campus Organizations . . . 309 Football Managers . . . 193 Kappa Alpha Theta , , Cavalry ......... 364 Football Numeral Men . . 204 Kappa Beta Pi , , , Championship Woman's Swim- Freshman Commission . . 260 Kappa Delta , , , . ming Team ...... 283 Freshman Frolic .... 327 Kappa Delta Pl , , , , Chi Beta ......,. 394 Freshman Varsity Baseball . 214 Kappa Delta Rho , , , Chicago Seniors . . 43 Freshman Varsity Basketball 236 Kappa Kappa Gamma , , Chi Epsilon ...... 520 Freshman Varsi? Football . 204 Kappa Psi ,,,,, , Chi Omega ........ 466 Freshman Varsi y Track . . 228 Kappa Sigma ,.,, l Chi Omega Swimming Team . 283 Kappa Sigma Tau , , . Chi Phi ......... 40g G Kappa Tau Beta , . . Chi Psi ...... 40 Classes ....... 47 Gamma Alpha Chi . 533 L College of Agriculture . 33 Gamma Epsilon Pi . 532 g College of Commerce . . 31 Gamma Eta Gamma . 525 Lambda Chl Alpha . . . College of Dentistry . 41 Gamma Phi Beta . - 473 Lambda Kappa Sli-ima - - College of Education . . 35 Gamma Pi Upsilon . 431 Lambda Omega - - - - College of Engineering . 32 Gamma Theta Pl . . 492 Library School . . . I ' 'M M"?7'73"E'f """M"Q"' l631ll 515 280 279 278 282 281 263 346 27 16 4 2 34 509 309 373 290 334 307 196 200 319 197 198 195 201 199 186 310 311 311 311 310 202 391 300 303 396 362 379 259 243 244 244 244 S37 506 T49 330 149 324 462 535 435 539 432 464 547 382 439 436 416 S43 486 37 4 Q 1 ', :fi V vA, I 1, ' THF .3 'W' 2,L-,3 U' 152' 1550544-i"SiS-sllaizeiiisfael .afziwateaeigaiiwf fh i' ,.,--., ,,,,, , , .-, am W I ,,... -. .,.. WA, AI-,-TMIII-IIIIH VYVYY -WI -V-,Vw WMI Q 1 . . Q4 U c 0 M 2' ' INDEX-continued . III, Q0 qi Literary Honors ....... 370 Pi Kappa Phi . . . 433 Theta Delta Chi . 403 I Loki Group ........ 507 Pilgrim Foundation . . 316 Theta Delta Pi . 532 'Q ' Pi Tau Sigma . . . 514 Theta Kappa Nu , . 457 2,4 M Players Club, The . . . . 33s Theta Kappa Phi . . 441 Q5 - Post Exam Jubilee . . . - 343 Theta Phi Alpha . 475 A Mask and Bauble ...... 335 Presbyterian Hall . . . 497 Theta Sigma Phi . 527 Y Ma-Wan-Da ........ 146 Psi Upsilon . . . .406 Theta Tau ..., 512 qi MayIFete ......... 265 Publications . . . 289 Theta Upsilon . . . 483 S9 McKinley Hall .I ,..... 500 . Theta Upsilon Omega . 447 ly McKinley Memorial University R Theta Xi ..... 435 152 Pres. Church ....... 319 Torch ,--.., ISI N5 Mi-Hila Formal . . 331 Relay Camival ....... 226 Track .... 215 if Military . . . . 359 Representative Illinois Women 247 Track Captain , 215 as A Military Ball . . . 329 Robin Hood ...... , . 339 Track, Indoor . . 217 H1 Military Day . . . 368 R.O.T.C. ,........ 360 Triangle ..... 397 lI:'III1i10r Sports. . . 237 Tribe of Illini . . . iss 'S Mgrggpggagphd I S Underclassmen Officers . 152 Q Mu San --'- - 530 Sachem ...... 150 U I Scabbard and Blade . 523 University Life I I I 159 Q' N Scarab . . . V . . 530 ,Q School of Music . 36 ' 5 Nu Sigma Nu . . . 543 School of Pharmacy . 42 . V 5 I Second Cabinet I I 268 Varsgty Baseball . . 206 W O Seniors ..... 48 Varsgty Basketball . . 230 I Senior Ball . . . 323 Varsity Bowhng ' ' ' 242 'Qi Omega Beta pi IIIII I 414 Society '-.," 321 Varsity Cheerleader ..... 187 W Oneoga .......... 443 Sophomore Cotillion . 326 Varsity Cr0s?'C0untry Team ' ' 225 Orange and Blue Feathers . . . 262 Sophomore Service . . . 269 Varsity Fencing ' ' ' ' 241 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . 387 Xarsfty gofffball - ' - 191 Q P I Sigma Alpha Iota . . 490 arsi y 0 ' .' ' ' 241 Sigma Alpha Lambda . 491 Varsity Gyfflnawcs - 240 Pan-Hellenic Council . . . 461 Sigma Alpha Mu - - 423 Varsity Swmlmmg ' ' 242 8 Phi Alpha Delta . . A . 390 Sigma Chi ---- 331 Varsity Tenms ' ' 240 Ng Phi Alpha Lambda . , 531 Sigma Delta Phi . . 536 Vmlty Tfack ' - ' 216 Q Phi Beta Kappa I I 540 Sigma Delta Sigma I 526 Varsity Track Team . 216 I Phi Beta Pi I I I I 544 Sigma Delta Tau I 493 Varsgty WaterIPolo . 242 Q Phi Chi I I I I 545 Sigma Kappa I I 469 Varsity Wrestling . 238 M Phi Delta Phi . . 519 Sigma Mu Sigma - 456 Sl Phi Delta Theta . . 384 Sigma Nu ---- 339 W 31 Phi Epsilon Pi . . . 428 Sigma Phi Epsilon . 422 Warner Hall .... S07 In Phi Eta Sigma . . . 524 Sigma Phi Sigma . 425 We Are Seven I. . 336 k Phi Gamma Delta . . 386 Sigma Pi .... 402 Wesley Foundation . 318 'ga Phi Kappa ,,,. , 409 Sigma Tau . . 511 West Residence T-lall . 501 QQ Phi Kappa Epsilon , . 535 Sigma Upsilon . 538 W0men's Activities . . 257 gi Phi Kappa Psi . . . 392 Sigma Xi . . 539 W0men's Athletics .... . 273 34 'Phi Kappa Sigma . . 383 Signal Corps . 367 Woman's Group System . . . 260 -j Phi Kappa Tau . . 419 Sin ..... 341 Woman's League . . . 258 Philemon Group . 506 Siren Staff, The . . 305 Woman's League Tea . . . . 264 ' Phi Mu .... . 479 Star Course . . . 345 Women's Residence HallI . . . 502 '00 Phi Mu Alpha . . 533 Student Council, The . 311 Woman's Welfare Commltee 261 I, Phi Mu Delta . . 440 ' Phi Nu Beta . . . 450 T Y 'A Phi Omega Pi . . 471 Phi Pi Ph'i . . . 442 Eau Bega Pih. . . 510 "" 5 Phi Sigma Kap a . . 405 au De ta P i . 455 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 4- Phi Sigma Signija . . 488 Tau Delta Tau . . 429 Y'W' C'A'Stunt Show ' 271 cs. Pi Beta Phi . . . 463 Tau Epsilon Phi . 446 Pi Delta Epsilon . . 528 Tau Kappa Epsilon . 410 Z 'if Pi Delta Phi . . . 482 Technograph Staff . 306 Pi Mu Epsilon . . 531 Terrapin .... 283 Zeta Beta Tau . . 411 -I Pierrots .... . 340 Theta Alpha . . 434 Zeta Psi . . . 404 F, Pi Kappa Alpha . 421 Theta Chi . . 420 Zeta Tau Alpha . . 480 gs . v is V4 '0 N iii 1 9 - - .. . .V , .. . . ..,-..-a S-. W 1 .,e. .. .. H W, ,1.. .-.-.,...,.,,-.,- ., ., ,,1,,,,, l W' 0' P -"EW 5' QSM' "'?Z0K'Sr0i9r0"Q,rv1.et ' i'w:v L1956'-180 E1 myaggcr 95,715.9-ei-'q, 35:3 -:ggagfgpgvei ' '- - '- - - --2 3 , - " ' - .P 2 J .J a .i an v- .- 2 ' '1.4:..::..:.g.- - '- , - i---f ,,-,LMI ,mlm-IL-I4II---r,IIIII,,3 - .A-- ' - -- - -, if ff-- - .Y 1-fa - ,.fa, -U ,.,. Y www. ....--....W..-W-af..----.-....--. -Y-.. 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I. . .... 399 Bauer, Bab ,....... . 461 'V Abramov1tz,M ........ 446 Anderson, S. A. . . . 375 415 Baker, J. L. . . . .51 Bauer, Dorothea . . 262,375 470 ,lil 1 Ackerman, G. M. 300, 302,3I9, 407 Anderson, T. L. . . . - 375 Baker,J. . . . . 379 Bauer, E. 11. . . . . . . . 397 ,Q I lASlkgrmh:in,lW. ....... 403 Angersomwagger . . . 300, 321 galier,Ii?1s-B, . . . agg llgaucr, C. . . . . ga 354 L 1 air, ere ........ 47 n erson, . . . . . . 4 a'er, arJ0r1e . . . . 4 auer, een . . . . 4 1 4 9 ,E--'fly Adams, Dorothy . . 375, 481, 489 Anderson, W. T. . . .50, 421 Baker, Marion . . . 500 Baughman, G. H. . . . . . 396 1,l'l-ll Adams, Emma .... 49, 276, 279 Andrews, D. H. .. . . . 396, 214 Baker, Marion . . . . . 463 Bauid, Kathryne . . - 153 480 .Mil QIAHIDS, C. . . ..... 387 2ndrews,JolzepIl1I1ne . . . . 476 Eallierwlgary Lou . . . 469 501 gaum,D.hIiIid. d. . . . . . 448 1 1:11 ams, ois . . . ...- 497 ng emier, . . . . . 450 a'er, aurine . . . . . 500 auman, i re . . . . 0 .1 ,311 li Adams, Mary I-I ..... 318. 477 Angus, W. S .... . . 453 Baker, Pauline . . . 466 Bauman, A. C .,.. , . lwtli i' A2.iian1s,I1lI.E. . . . . . 433 gntoEdes,RDCi . . . . 455 lgalicr, L. . . . . 412 Ilgiaumgjardncr, C. C. . . . 374 . 31, Q ams, .... . . 3 5 pe aum, ..... . . 42 a er, u F. . . . .51 501 aur, ermce. . . . . . 4f4 1 'l' Adams, R. . . . 398 Applegath, Lillian A. . . .5o, 469 Baker, R. V. . . . . 374 412 Baxter, T. H. . . . . 399 'llyli Adams,R ..... . . . 431 Appleton, J. W. . . . . . 293 Balduf, W. V. . . . . . 444 Bayard, J. B. . . . . . . . 392 154,: Agaxns, IELR ..... 392,408 .AAxqua5t,6iXii . . . . - 346 galgack, ..... 390 442 Igaxtengi M . . . 8 .53 456 1l1'ii ams, ro. oger ..... 314 ren s, . . . . . 422 a win, 4. .. ..... 400 401 ax er, a ys . . .4 , 53 4 3 1 . Xdderton, M. J. . . . . - 434 Argeropolos, T. B. . - - 375 Baldwin, Mamie L ...... Sl Baxter, T. H. .... 53, 366 444 l Adelman. M .... . . 426 Arkema, H. P. . . .50, 374 Baldwin, P. M .... - - 398 Baxter, William .... . , 392 Adkins, Edith . . . . 472 Armbruster, R. . . - 295. 434 Baldwin, R. . . .... 386 Bayles, Mary L. . . . . . .53 si If Qgicinsiiwinifred . . . 472 iriningtiorklii . . . . 39g galdwifi, F. . ..... 400 gayley,IYV. T . . . . 388 . 3 er, . ,........ 440 rmoul, . . . . -45 aes, fl. . . . . .52 409 379 nyne, ana . . . . . 375 3119.121 49191, 1111111 H ........ avs Arms, F. s. . . . . 403 Ball,C. . . ...... 449 Beal, G. D. . . . 398 4,9 4 Q11 li Adsit, S. B. .... 193, 381. 375 Armstrong, E. . . . . 393 Ball, D. K. ...... S2 Beale, L. R. . . . . . .53 migiili Af1'r0n,Leah . . .... - 493 Armstrong, Edith . . . 470 Ball,D.W. .... 374 Beals, . . . . . 393 1 HAH Aguilar,I.T. . . ...... 49 Armstrong, G. C. . . .50,374 Ball, J. B. . . . . . 415 Bean, .C. . . . .53 374 '11 3 Agar, Helen . . .... 466 Armstrong, H. D.. . . - - - 375 Ball,Velma . . . . SOI 260 Beane, H. E. . . . . . . 341 ,1 L. 1 1 Al1Ul',J-A- ---- - - 389 Armstrong, Jennie L- - - -50,374 BaIlard,Al1ce W. . . . 483 461 Bear, H. C. . . . 207, 375 407 lil Ahlbrand, H. C. . .... 452 Armstrong, W. . . .... 26 Balzer, C. F ......... 422 Beard, H. ..... . 401 439 ' Alf Al1lSlr2md,A-0- - - - -49, 454 Armstrong, aura ...... 466 Bandy,J.H ...... S2 374 430 Beard, ucillc ..... . . 484 fl Q14 E Aimer, Virginia . . .... 463 Armstrong, Louise ...... 472 Bangert, A. P. ....... 408 Beardsley, Katharine . . .53 316 I, VL, la Qke1'aLj P. ....... 49, 3,35 Armstrong, xigariybelle .40, 235. Eianistt-rtGU . . .... -52 373 gt-zttlg, ....... 294, 375 '11, an , . ..... . . . 4 3 rms rong, . ..... , an er,.'. . . , . 41 ea y, .... . . . . . . 409 ,1 "gl li Albert, P. M .....- - - -49 Armstrong, W. T ...--- - 407 Bannister, C. . . . . 52 Beatty, C. A. . . . .48, 53 444 l if 1 Albertson. Eula Jane - 1 - 407 Arnold,E'L' ' ' ' ' ' - - - 434 Barash, B. . . . . . 423 Beatty, Margaret . . . . . . 468 1 i 1 . 31 "i if Albinger, Christine . . . 501 Arnold, Herta ........ 472 Barash, R .... .... 3 05 Beatty, Rose-Marie D. . . . .53 ', 5 Albright, E. .... - - 445 Aronson, hster M. .... 50, 491 Barber, C.lD. . . . . 373 401 Beaver, J. F. . . . . . . .53 -17 -1 Albr3gl1l,J- E- - - - - 443 Arrick, D- C- - - -50. 311, 323, 335 Barber, Mildred . . . . 319 Boch, Laura V. . . . . . 375 , 1-,rg Q Aldrich, M. B. . . . . 396 Arrington, W. R. ...... 375 Barber, W, Y, . . . 394 Beck, C. D. . . . . 388 lr? Q Aldous, A. F ..... . . 402 Arundale, R. K. ....... 450 Bard, R. E. . . . . . 425 Beck, C. G. . . . . 341 jg "1 All'Shil'l', M2HjY,E- - - - 373 Arvin, J. A. .... - - - 373 Barker, EAC. .... . . . 437 Beck, Ruth . . . . . . 486 I 5' ,1' Alexander, Billie . . . . 467 Ash, Frances . . 262, 263, 276, 502 Barker, Lois .... . . . . 486 Becker, Beula F. . . . . 374 HU! 1, Axlexandier, Flranlces . . . 530 Qsmey, ....... 4gO Barnard, Ililucglc M ...., 3 75, 478 Becker, Irene . . . . . 487 Lf- l exan er, .... - - 3 5 S Cy, .--- ------ 3 9 Sarnarf .... ...... 3 75 B-'ke ,O.E ...,. . . . 111-lil mexanger, . . . 501 Asll':ley, g.l. . . . .375 311,11ds,g.A ........ 375 Bf2tg1d1h,R11bie . . . . . 422 f -, exan er, . . . . . .434 s ton, a eine . . .472 arnes, . .. ...... 375 B-e e,Fr.n . . . . . 8 6 if .2i1iC11op0gl0s, J. . . . . . 375 Rskeycli. O. . . - - -53 Blames, . . . 157, 222, 412 Bzebe, T.'C?cs. . . . . . 4 4 '. ' ire, eorgia . .... 494 or, race . . . . .47 arnes, . '. ...... 43,375 . . . .5,, , , , 'i Allais, Irene A. . . . . .49, 469 Aublc, D. J. . . . -Sl, 316 Barnett, A. ...... 311, 374 Beedle, H. R.I54. SAA 57? is 1,4-,ll Alleman, N. J. . . .49, 374 Auringer, C. . . . . 214 Barnett, Blanche ...... 280 Beedy, Myra .... . . . . 485 gyfrjll Allen, C. . . . . . .385 Austin, M. M. . . . 431 Barnett, Josephine A. . . . .43 Bt-cr,B. M. . . . . , . . . 421 ,fill Allen, D. C. . . . 408 Avery, Alice D. . . . 481 Barnett, 'ranccs .....- 479 Boggs, T. P, ...... .54 306 1 ty,,!. Allen, L. R. . . . . . 437 Ayers, D. P. . . . . 447 Barnhart, H. ........ 380 Behrens, N. W. . . . .48, 54 452 ,N 511 Allen, Lucille . . . .... 462 Ayers, R. W .... . . 435 Baron, H. B ......,.. 411 Behrensmeyer, Grace E. . .54, 479 gl 11 Allen, R. T. .... . .49, 402 Aylesworth, Floy . . . 485 Barr, Catherine . . .52, 374, 472 Behringer, J. V. . . . . . . 415 14145 Allenthorp, R. R. . . - -49, 374 Barr, G. A .... ....... 2 6 Beistle, R. B. .... . . . 387 ,,'-44,4 Allison,,La Verne . . . . . 482 ' B Barr, Helen ........ 502 Belcher, J. G. ..... . . 439 Nl, ,ill Allison, R. W. . . . - 444 Babb, Elllill-will M- - - -51, 467 Barr, W. .52, 153, 184 379, 412 Belknap, Kathryn . . . 339, 469 171.541 Allison, W. L. . . . 359 Babbg11e.J. . . . ..... 51 11.111, 41111111111 M. ...... 52 Bell, C, W. . . . . . . 434 l ' Allman, Oil-D - - - - 359 323323, JF- ----- 51, garra, Mftrggret ...... 532 geH,lV1rgi1?iaVT. .... . . .54 1 man, - - -- --375 21 1, - - -.-- -- .rrett,C. . . .. ,31 . em,. . . . . . . .. I9 liltlli Allman, Thelma - - . -469 BabC0Ck,K.C -.--- 30,314,414 Hairrett, C. A. . fs? 409 Bl:lsfi1aw.F1orencc , . . . . 4 3-p5""!1 QHTIQIII, L-rl?-T - - - - -49, Sfg 1Ig3E?0l:1lC,I?- M- - ----- 3.75 lgarrex, 5-legen . . . . 472 B .I .A.48, 54, 154, 258, 260 312 li S 01150, - '-- - - - - 4 fl IC Y, - - - ---- arre ," .... . . 214 40 es e, ..... . . . 379,403 :iiiifl T ' Alten,Katl1erin0 - - - - 473 B21Cl1, E- J- , - - ---- 51,423 Barrick, C. W. . . . . 382 Bclsley, J. P. . . . . . 375, 403 Kill Altman,O. R. . . - - 374 BaCl1, BBHHFICC - - - - - - 501 Barrick, Grace . . . 485 Beisley, Margaret H. .54, 374 502 ', ll AlySw0rth,F10y . . -316 Bacl1,SyIv1a -.-. 303,470,375 Barrick, W. . . . 299 Belt, R. K. ..... . . . 496 4.1-'24, 1, Amlgelanzfs. . . . 394 gafllei1,PkA. it -.-- 431374143 EarronhO. D. . . . 438 1l3elzdABF.b ...... . . . .43 V0 mrose. -- -- --410 HSCY,HH00--- --4 . , -t' .. .. n.,arara. ..5o1 im' Ambrose, S. H. . . . . 406 Baer, G. ..... 51, 313, 382 Bxxglry Eflwijlimi , . , A442 Bgndz, F. J. . . . . 373 , 5115 AmeS.H.R. - - - - 419 BBW, OSC - : -------- S! Barry, Jennie . . . 319 Bender, G. E. . . . 341 Maul Amey, H. E. . . - - 422 B115l0y,B0rn21dH10 J- -..-. sr Barry,Neile . .... 338 Bender, R. E. . . . . . 435 'E, ,gl AmSlBl',H- E- - - - - 451 Ba1l0y,C-F ----- - - 431 Barsaloux D. ....... 380 Benedict, B. W. . . 393 401 Anders, G. M- - - - -49, 422 Bailey, C. W .... . . 314 Barta, J. 'i'. .... 52 206, 212 Benedict, Virginia . . . . . 472 ,',,Q'1gi Qngefs, R-A1 - - ---- 419 Eagley. - . - 123 gartlllolomew, d ..... 6. 424 genjamin, K. . . . . .54 "fi ' n erson, ------ 49,44 ,375 a1eY1 een ' - - 4 3 , t , ' a . . 2 3,4 4 en'amin, . . . . . . . ' ' QI Ii AndCrS0n, A- G- - - ---- 335 Bailey, Kfilllfyn - - - 500 Bgiitle? llinziielliiyn . . .52, SOI Bcniamin, Roma C. . . . . i ggggggla, ----- - - - 453 - - - - :gg gartlesrnciyer, Anita . . . 339, SOI geniamili, S. M. . . . . 446 1,3 ,.. ...... 1,... .... .re,. .... ...2 eno,.... ..1 ' ill ---- 50, 157, 312, 314, 374, 336 Bally. R-,lf - - ----- 436 Bdrtmann. L. T. . . . . 15? Benn, W. W. . . . . . 123 .SIM Anders0n.C.S ....-... 410 Barr .Enid . . . 472,294,274 Barton,Margaret .... 269 299 Bennet, Marie . . . . . . 319 - Anderson, G. C. ....... 438 Baird, Helen . . . . . 489, 375 Bartusch, W. E. . . . 375 414 Bennethum, H. S. . . . . 435 315 El, 1 1 QTlg0l'S0l1,gfflf0 - ---- 425 g2l,ll':il,I.2 - - ---- 415 gart21,HeEnA. . .... 500 gennett, WI ....,. . , 407 rl 215011, ---------- 0 all' , 2 NYU - ---- 51,473 ase ow. . . . . . . . 405 ennett, .. . . 300, 392,302 375 'IT , Anderson, H- J- ---- 50,4531 306 l321l'd,L-VY --------- 442 Bash, Dorothy M. . . . 494 Bennett, C. W ....... S4 374 ,pil 5 Anderson. H. 0. ....- - 337 Baird, R. lu. .... 295, 302, 435 Baskin, Ruth E. . . . .52 Bennett, F. W ..... . 318 458 WW ' AnderS0n.H.W. ...... 403 Ba1rst0w.Ruth ....... 470 Baskman,A. H. . . . 452 Bennett, Geraldine .... . 502 1 ,Q Anderson, J. A. . . . . . 453 Baker, C. H. . ..... 450 Basta, J. O. . . . . .43 Bennett, Nina . . . . . 54 477 J, AY11'l0l'S0n,J- D- 4 - - - 394 BalC0l',EdU1l E. - - .51 495 Bassett, C. F. . . . 339 Bennett, R. J. . , . , , , 457 1 . 1 Anderson, L. C. , . . . 388 Baker, E. P. . . . . 450 Bassler, J. H ..... . . 438 Benson, G. Ii. , . . . 375 1 ,gl f Anderson, Lilly . . . . . 498 Baker. F- C. . . . 401 Bateman,E.'I' ......... 52 Benson, Jean . . . . 488 , ,F Afld0l'S0l1, LUIS, M- ---- 50, 250 Baker, H3201 . . . . 316 Bateman, Margaret B ..... Bentley, G. E. . . . . 392 ,,,1, . Anderson, Marie A ....... 49 Baker, H. C. . . . . 430,458 ........ 52, 461,486,496 Bentley, Madelyn . . . . 485 '53, Anderson, Marea ...... 466 Baker, I. O. . ..... 9 Bates, E. W ......... 389 Bentley, M. .... . . 392 ,. Anderson, Maxagaret L. . . . 501 Baker, J. C. . . . . . 318 Bates,Jzames ........ Barbaum, Eloise . . . 486 11 P-0001500-Mil red - - - - 477 Baker. J. C. . . . 314 Bates, .M. . ...... 391 Berch, Isabella . . . 502 . ',1. l' .L 1: 'l ' .,, .1 1s.F.,..11iE.?fe1..'- 55251 7--- 9 'li5.M1l1l.1a.?1'k:1.1.... 8113551 ff!ATwe-.ilfiil"flL"flf1:'l5Ql'5'fi'ff?Tii5.'l1EflT52'73'T'ffElfflf.l l H331 INDEX- Continued . -. ..-. .,. ,...-,..,,. . r -'i1I7.."J'n-'.Ig -..Ls W, .,. ... . X Bcrchtold, W. E. . . 293, 328, 375 Blome, C. E. . t. . . . 442 Breckenbach . . . . . . 273 Buddemberg, E. . . . 315, 461 Berck, Florence ....... 501 Bloom, Marguerite E. . . . 451 Bredehoft, Dorothy . . . 461, 462 Budingcr, Rosalie . . . . . . 502 Berens, C. J ......... 450 Bloom, V. H. ....... 426 Breen, J. P. ...... 374, 431 Budinger, W. F. . . . . 409 Beresford, Evelyn W. . . . 490 Blount, E. E. ..... 408, 340 Breger, H ..... . . 317, 343 Buehler, E. . . . . 410 Berg, H. A. .... - . 415 Bl0Unl-- Ruth - 276- 230- 295- 375 Brehm, Helen E. . .... 483 Buffington, A. J. . . . 405 Bergdahl, D. T. . . . . .54 Bluhm, H. J ......... 443 Breish, C. F. . . . 57, 341 Buhner, C. J. .. . . . 452 Bergen, J. H. . . . 374 Blum, Dorothy ..... 475- 339 Brennan, L. J. ....... 409 Budky, Fannie R. . . . .59 Berger, B .... . . 426 Blumenleld, L. ...... 420- 375 Brennan, Virginia ...... 294 Bull, S. .... . . 399 Berger, C. A. . . . . 44X Blumenfeld, Dorothy .56, 476, 461 Bresee Louise . 155, 337, 346, 463 Bullard, K. S. . . . 439 Berger, Irene . . . . . 500 Blumenfeld, Mildred .... 476 Brett, Lucille, ......- 339 Bullis, Dolly . . . 296 501 Bergholtz, V. E. . . - - 433 Bly- Ora .......... 500 Brewer, E. L. ....... 387 Bullman, W. . . . . . 415 Bergman, Celene . . . . 502 Blye, Eleanor . . . . . 467 Brey, E. L. ....... 57, 417 Bullock, D. M. . . . . 191 206 Berkowitz, P. . . . . . . 373 Blye E. N. . . . . . .56 Brichacek, Elsie . . . . . 296 Bulow, Edith . . . . . . . . 469 Berkowitz. R- A- ----.- 446 Bly'-ire-'l'0lVa R- - . -56 Bridge, Frances . . . . . 476 Bumstead, Marian L. .59 374 472 Berleman, E. L. ..... '54, 441 Bobek. Iu.IF .... . - -43 Briggs, Frances A. . . . .57 Bunge, G. C. . . . . . . . . 454 Bernbaum, Ernest ..... 393 Boden. Vida Belle . . . 471 Briggs, Laura . . . . . 294 Bunney, W. F. . . . . . . 431 Bernar, J. L ........ 54, 386 Bodinsou, ri. H. . .... 408 Briggs, Lora K. . . 471 Bunting, G. W. . . . . 319 Bernstein- Eloise L- . . 494. 375 Bodman- W- S. . - . - 419 390 Briggs, V. T. . . . . .57 Bunting, J. D. . . .59 319 Bernstein, Ina . . . . . 476 Boeck, A. L.I . . . .--- 406 Bright, Helen . . . . . 470 Burchell, L. C. . . .59 400 Berry, L. L. . . . . . 402 Boehm, Marie M ...... 56 502 Brill, H. M. .... . . 446 Burd, Pauline . . . 219 Bert. A- L- - - - - - - 336 B00rUD- R- H-, ------- 449 Brinkman, Vera G. ..... 487 Burfeind, N. T. . . . . 403 Berthold, H. C. . . .... 432 Boettcher, Lucille E. . . .56 501 Brir-1-gy, V ,,,,,,,,,, 453 Bu,-ge,-I II I I I I I I I I 4,3 Bertholf, W. M. .... 318, 375 Bogart, ill. L ..-- - - - 437 Briscoe, R. C. ....... 419 Burger, J. H. ..... , 343, 428 Besorc, Berenice I. . . . . 375 Boggs,JUdS0 F- H- - - 314 Britton. E. T. . . . 191, 200 393 Burgess, Doroth . . . . . . 502 B9SDl0W- Nira - - - - 502 B08111- Katherine - - - 501 Britton, W. E. . . . . 390, 421 Burhans,Lucincl11 M. . . . . 490 Best. Alma ---- . - 495 Boise. Mr. L. A- . - - - 319 Britton, w. V. . .... 427 Burke, H. L .... . . . . . .45 Best, A. E ..... . . 453 Bollng- H- A' ' - ---- 392 Broder, Betty . . . . 242, 343 Burke, R. B .... . .59, 340, 407 Bestoe, Phoebe . . . . 319 Boller, R. P. . . . . .56 421 Broderick' J, R, I , , ,57, 419 Burks' Ma,-gig I I I I I I I 47, Bestow, Charlotte . . . . 494 Bollinger. I-. F. . . . - - 333 Broderick, T. A. ....... 57 Burley, Frances . . . . . . 484 BBSKOW- Phoebe L- - - - 496 Bvlle- Marie - - - - - 501 Broderson, Dorothy . . . 496, 502 Burley, Ruth E. . . .59, 484 Bettendorf, F. E. . . . 432 Bolz, A. N. . . . .... 375 Broek, J. ......... 420 Burlison, W. L. . . . 395 Bettendorf, H. G. . . . . 432 Bomash. A- H ""' ' 375 411 Brondos, S. E. ....... 458 Burnam. C. M. . . . 396 Bevan- A- C ---- ---- 4 00 B01id-J- L- -------- 400 Brook, Gail M. .... 58, 374, 478 Burnett, J. E. . . . . 412 Beverly, G. E. . . . . .54 313 Bond, L- H-,Jr ------- 50 442 Brock, Maurine ....... 496 Burnett, 0. E. . . . . . . . 400 Beverly, Hazel . . . . . 500 B0n0r. 50111106 - - - 346- 314 405 Brookbank, Lois . .... 473 Burnett, 0. F., Jr. . . . . . . S9 Bezy, P. A. . . . . 447 Bonnell. Mildred ------ 501 Brooke, C. T. . . .58, 420 Burnham, Grace I. . . . .59 466 Bickel, H. J. . . . . . 331 Bonnen. Evelyn G- ----- Brooke, D. F. . . . . 391 Burnicr, Mary L. .59, 155, 249 Bicknel, E. F. ....... 306 . . - 56- 259- 260- 270-179 374 Brooke, Mary . . . . . 296 . 258, 259, 274, 276, 314 473 499 Biddinger, T. A. ...... 454 B00d0ll- T- .l- - - 339- 342 403 Brookings, Louise . . . . 262 Burns, F. G ...... . . . 392 Bidwell- Gladys J- - 54- 339 331 Borcherdt- hvglyn ----- 501 Brookings, Louise . . . 464 Burns, Genevieve M. . . 59 492 Biel, L. A ......... 5-5 410 Borchers. R. 1' ----- - - - 417 Brookman, L. G. . . . 400 Bums, J. . . . . . . . 316 Bier. Paul --------- 293 B0r011- Helen - - ---- 481 Brookman, L. G. . . . . 437 Burns, Margaret . . . 499 Bierbower, Mabel F. . . . 494 Borklund, C. E. ....- 56 443 Brooks, Fannie M. . . . 469 Burns, R. J. . . . . . 375 Bisler- V- W ----- - - - 452 B0rl!118- 12- G- - - - - - - 390 Brooks, Morgan . . . . 391 Burrell, C. R. . . . . . . 440 Bingham A- Y- ---- 155 404 B0rl1n8- R- - 50- 374 390 Brooks, N. C. . . . 384 Burroughs, C. E. .... 403 207 Binkley, Violet ..... 298 487 B01r0r- D- - ------ 50 Brooks, Verna . . .... 279 Burrows, Dorothy . . . . . 463 Binnington, H. ....... 316 B0rr0r- C- D- - - ---- 313 Brough, Miriam ...... 467 Burrows, Leeta L. . . . . . . 474 Binns, Virginia ....... Borrowdale- .l- F- - - - - 403 Broughton, F. ..... 299, 397 Burrus, G. M. .... 59 425, 341 I ..... 294, 336, 337, 346, 479 Boseley, R. . . . -56 451 Brown, A. W. ..., 58,341 395 Bursik, Lily ....... . 502 Blrchard, Margaret V ...... 55 Boss, A. E. . . . - - 431, Brown, C. A. 58, 191, 201, 386 395 Burt, Dorothy P. . . . . . .59 Bird. Olma -----.-.- 501 BOSt9lman. W- E- . - - 445 Brown, D. A. ....... 386 Burt, H. J. . . . . 379,401 Birger, Gudrun . . . . 502 Bostlck, BerthaI - . - - 500 Brown, E. W. ...... 43, 418 Burt,J .... . . . . 341 Bischman, H. W. . . . 447 Bostleman, Louis . . . - 496 Brown, F. W. ....... 411 Burt, Lenora . . . . . . . . 465 l3iSCl10ff- Margaret ...... 466 Boswell. J- H- - - ---- 421 Brown, Gertrude . . 276, 280, 299 Burt, Pauline ...... . 462 BiSll0D- Halal M ------- 375 B0SW0rlll- A-,F- ------ 50 400 Brown, H. A. ..... 432, 443 Burton, Margaret .... . . Bishop, O. G. . - - -55- 400- 437 Bottomley- 112- J- Jr- - - - 417 Brown, Henrietta . .... 499 . . . . 155, 259, 294 315 470 Bishop, W. L. . ..... 401 Bottomley- J- A- - - - 417 Brown, J. C ........ 58, 433 Busch, Lois E. . . . . . . . 60 Bissell, D. A. . . .55, 421 379 BOUrland.L. T. . . - - 337 Brown, Janet G .... 48, 58,464 Busey, Mary E. . . . . . . .26 Bissell, Lura D. - - - -55 470 Bowen, H: I . - - - 412 Brown, Jane L. ...... Bush, Dorothy . . 462 Bitters, Bernice . . .... 477 Bowen- Vlrlllnla - - - 475 .... 58, 153, 253, 292, 312, 470 Bush, P. R. ...... . . 380 Bixler, Mazo . . . . 496 Bower, D- K ---- - - 430 Brown, J. L ........ . 318 Bushnell, D. H. . . . . . . Black, C, W. . . . 425 Bowyer, E. G. . - - 313 Brown, K .......... 380 .... 48, 60, 154, 290, 291 419 Black, R. W. Jr. . . . .55 Bowers. Mary - - - - 403 Brown, L. T ..... . . 382 Bussart,CJ. E. . . . . . . . 60 Blackard, Eva , , , , 500 Bower, Nola M. . . - 474 Brown, Louise ....... 496 Bussey, . B. . . . 60, 441, 538 Blackburn. Minnie - - - 500 Bvwvrswr. C- H- - - - 422 Brown, Margaret O. .... 58, 489 Buswell, O. L. . . . . . . 394 Blackford, A. C. . - . 318 Bowman. Hertha - - - 473 Brown, O. H. . . . . . 436 Butcher, C. A. . . . . . 339 Blackhall, Dorothy . . . 473 B01-Vey. C- F- Jr- - - - 404 Brown, P. H .... . . 395 Butler, E. W. . . 420 Blackman, E. O. . . . . 412 Bowles, Helen E- - - - - 501 Brown, P. S. . . . 406 Butler, Seta . . . . . 374 Bladel, H. C .... .... 5 5 Bowhn, F. ii. . . - -56 453 Brown, R. R. . . . .58 Butler, Seta . . . . .60 462 Blaine, Helen L. ..... 55 463 BOW!-On. Olive - - - - 294 319 Brown, W. Y. . . . .58 Butler, W. E. . . . . . 297 458 Blaine, Marian . . .... 463 B0Wl0n- Ruby - - - - 503 Brownback, G. R. . . . 399 Butner, Bonnie B. . . . .60 472 Blair, Dorothy . . . . . 479 B0W10rl- Ruby M. - - -57 Browne, Hamilton . . . . 384 Butterfield, F. . . . . . 298 Blair. D. R. . . . - - 440 BOYCC- L-,K ---- - - 407 Brownell, D. G. . .... 220 Butterfield, F. F. . . .60 438 Blair, Hon. F. G. . . . .26 Boyes. Mllrllrad - - - - 401 Browning, J. W. . . . 294, 381 Butterfield, H. E. . . . 402 Blair, G. A. . . . . . 433 Boynton. C. R. . . . - 394 Brownlee, J. J ..... 58,445 221 Butterfield, J. H. . . 315 Blair. H- --------- 393 B0yr110n- Gwrgeanna ---- 407 Bruce, R. E ....... 316, 437 Butterfield, P. K. . . 412 Blake, H. W ....... 338 390 Boynton. Mary E- ---- 57- 431 Bruce, W. A. . . . . . 316, 437 Butzow, G. M. . . 436 Blakely, G. O. ....... 406 Boynton- - - - - - - 150 Bruhn, Esther K ....... 481 Buzzell, L. AI. . . 420 Blanchard, Marjorie I, , , ,55 499 Boysen, Mildred . - - 472 Brumbaugh, Louise . 58, 276, 279 Byram, Harriet . . . 464 Blandford, J ......... 419 Boyton, C. R. . . - -, 437 Brumbaugh, L. A ....... 374 Byrne, Frankie . . 475 Blank, M .......... 4II Bradbury, C. E- - - - - 352 Brune, B. R. . . ..... 430 Byrne, P. . . . 299 Blankenship, Genevieve C, . .55 Bradbury, C. . . . . 405 Brune, Helen . . . .... 502 Byrne, J. M. . . . 399 Blanklei,W. H. ...... 408 Bradbury, J. B. . . - - 407 Bruner, Katherine . . . . 462 Byron, P. L. . . . . 441 Blazer, . S ......... 406 Bradlield, Kathryn . . 465 Brunn, F, W, , , . .58, 457 Bledsoe, W. A. . . . . 375 Bradley, N. . ...... 458 Br-unkgw, F, W, , , , 427 C Blew-att, W. J. . .... 383 Bradley- M- J- -.--- 431 456 Brunkow, R. A. . . . 427 Cagiwell. R. . . . - - - 391 Bliss, C. E. . .. 387 328 Bradt, C.'W .... 57 314 38K 538 Bryan, Dorothy . . . . 482 Came, A. B. . . . . 420, 60 Bliss. R .... . . . 396 Brady, Iris. ...,..... 480 Bryant, Grace A. . . .58, 481 Caldwell, C. L. . . . . 436 Bliss, R, M, , , , , 437 Brady, Lillian ....... 502 Bryant, H .... . . . 413 Caldwell, G. C. . . . . 427 Blixen, H. H. . . . . 442 Brah0n21.IH- R- - - ---- 444 Bryant, eone . - - 473 Calhoun. Mary K- - - -60 Blizard, Ruby . . .... 55 Brakenseik, I. L. . . . 415 Brydges, W. T. . . . 400 Calhoun. R. V. . . . . 404 Bl0Cl1- A- R- -------- 423 Braker. E- A- - - - - - -57 306 Brydon, H. A. . . . 421 Calkln, C. J. . . . .60, 419 Block, Cleopha M. . . . 259 375 Braley, S. A. . . . . 398 419 Bryne, Isobel . . . 492 Call, M. B. . . . . . 443 Bl0Clr- J- A- - - - ----- 55 BranCl1- W- L- - ---- 57 Bubbeke, Mary . . . 502 Callahan, Helen . . . 299, 501 Block, Lylyan H ,,.,,, 55 374 Brandon, H. C. . . . . . 429 Bucher, F. W. . . - 433 Callaway, P. M. . . .60, 458 Block, W. .... . . . 401 Brannan, R. E. . . ---- 404 Buck, C. B. . . .... 419 Callen, A. C.. . . . . 403 Block. W. C- Jr- . - . . 429 Brant. Ruby A- . - - -57 500 Buck, C. S. ......... 390 Calvin, Mane . . . . . . . 259 Blomquist, A. T. . . . . 403 Braun, C.IC. . . - - 168 447 Buck, Elizabeth ...... 462 Cameron, A. M. . . . . . . Blomquist, A. T. ...... 375 Braun, Fritz ........ 451 Buck, Mali L ..... 59, 461, 464 ..-.-- 60- 156. 290. 791- 407 Blondin, J. R. ....... 375 Brauner, E. R. ....... 448 Buckardt, . L. ....... S9 Cameron, R. V ........ 404 Blood, Edith G. .....- 374 Bray- E- C- - - 57- 313- 374 Buckardt, H. L. ...... 448 Cameron, W: ..... . 295 Blood, Martha E. .55, 339, 314 481 Braznell, E. E. 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I 5 km M ' 1' S' L 3, S -fe L., l- X 1. ri bil EX Y Ll CX H l 1 ,L gn 'MJ 1 , 1 lx, 1, ,ffl zu x" ' 1 V 1- 5. lf 'lf if w ,, . 1 1,1 lf sal li.: l ' 5 lx U Ll V1 lf jx P r .sl . 1 G w,- , Sr lr' 4. V, .., It ' l ,Q -M4 Mil . iw l i l r-1. , IN DEX-Contmued 95: 2 Nl lf '12 Camp Frances E. . . .6o, 490 Clark, Gayle . . . . 479 Coons, A. L. . - - 431 Cl'y0r.H-W- - . - - - 432 W ' ' .... Cl 14,111 . . ..... c ns.C.c .... . .431 Cullen,E111th - - - - 339 'W gimgbfflwffgas' I ..... 431 Cl:lk,MQll?il:ed ..... . . 252 Cggmbs,F.S. . . . . . 385 Cullen, Elxzabcth B. . . -661468 1-fl Campbell, Grace M .... 294, 478 Clark, P. E. ..... .... 6 a Cooper, Florence K. - .... 64,475 Cullgn, J. W .... . . 406 l 6an,pbeH'J- B, l , ,,,, 387 Clark,T,A ,,,. 28, 290,385 414 Cooper, J. D. ......... 43 Culhson, J. S. . . . . 421 ,Fl C,,m,,bc11'Ra1ph 12. .... 374 Clark, w. . . . . . . , 416 Cooper,6VW. . . . . . 451 Culp, K. , . . . 429 -al' Canada Deion R. ..... ao Clarke, F. M. . . . . 341 442 Cooper, -A- - - - - - 385 Cullr21.BermCe - . . . 462 L1 Cimncy'C-E. l I , , , . 4:9 Clarke, M. J. . . . . , 442 Cope A. J. . . . . . .64,383 Cultra,'R.R. . . . . . 4oz "5 Cannon'R.S .... 48, 61,379,442 Clarkson,L. H. , .... 62 C0DCif1Y1d, W- J- - - - - 414 Cummlngsl Margaret ' - ' 487 Capel .... .... 3 93 gause,Fii1rell:cg . 226,493 g0P'l9y,ITfIfQI5lAM- - - - - 43 - - - - - .- ' ' . . .... 2 , t . .... or ln, - - '--" .1 - ' ' ' - - , l gbxbieve 1 . I -61,172 C1::ig:,LuL, . .... 62 1:5 Corbin, L. H. . . . . .64,4x7 Cunngngham, H. E. . . . . 384 PI' Ca,-1 ig P ,,,,,. 61,454 Cla ton, .B, . ,,,,, 453 Cordell, Grace . . . . - 500 Cunnmgham, L. C. . . .66,417 Carl:L:A: f . . . .6r.40s.sg9 gifplvnlgcf- - -63,335,340 381 835355-JH-H' """' 212 E3:f3n15Ill9:l,'e1h' ' 'Sed ici egg tl l E2Sl3?i'E12?M.fb.1 : 1 1 3 213 C1223 FMS: 1 ' 3 3 1 2 :iii Cor1ei,f.P.' ........ cuffy,E.A. . . . . LEP' Carlsen'D A . . . 406 clineflf. . . . . .439 64.153, 184. 207.2I4,3I4,340 418 Curry, H. B. . - . - - . . 495 V11 C rlson'C'H' ' ' . 451,419 Clingman W.H. . , . 373 Corr,P.lJ .......... 39I Curtls,Flo11cnceM. . 473 VW CMM- 1 1 ' ' -6- 322 C'i""""'i'H' - - - - Sazzlxa-Jf,...,i - - - ' ' 422 Suztaigwbe ' ' - '... 332 I f I 3223132 f f f 595,333 C0rwir3, W. . . .6- -64 gurlissIW.1NIL,- R- - - 415: 345 5 Carmichael, Ronald L. . - 432,453 Clutts, E. A. . . - - 443 C0'fyd0n'A'E' ' ' ' ' ' 5'4u urKey'Joliclbmc ' ' ' ' ' 374 lf l Carmhan D C . .,., 401 Coash CJ, , . . , 44, Coutgllo, W. G. . . . . . 413 Cut bert, . . . . . . 395 lvl Cam3han'D'H' . I . 331 Comeg F- K I I I 443 Cosllgan, S. L. . . . . 390 Cutler, Esther C. . . .66,316 Carnine,katl1erlne'I. . - - 313 Cobb, C.' . . . .63 Eggzanlilick' - - - ' - CZHDHSRI, F--'L - - . - 441 5213222221 912252. ' . . : : 256 SSSEQMTCB. 1 ' . 1 1355 53533-2.c.E. . . .wg M M C D Carpenter' K' D' ' ' ' ' ' Cable' Marv ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 4 C ud , lllafthzl A' ' . I .267 lJZlClgSl8,.DzlFil.N1 . .43 75542 gi' I5Ift'ei'IaFI'3n'432'4f3Z gg2tfal?d1?'hFH' ' '63 Cguglllan,Kathcrine .... 470 Dager,J.H. . . . . .66,4zz ,Qi-l CarpeH ' ' ' ' ' ' , , 410 Coe Dmiisj ' ' ' ' ' 433 Coughlin,Lawrcnce ..... 391 Daguc,.Saru L. . . . 299,501 1 'J Carr' "" ' I , I 4,9 C0c'G,.aCe ' ' ' I 50, Couighlin, W. H. ..... 65,393 Dal1lqu1st,E. . . . . 410 P1 Mr' ' ' ' 2 ' ' ' ' ' 6 Couson, F. G. ..... 398,415 Daxgh, F. C. . . . . . .66 Carr W. J. . - - 379 39 Coffeen, Esther . . . . 3 - I carrbn W L . . . .450 corfel C. . . - - - sos g0"m'Y'Qf"'6Ca'0lYn -'-' 469 BTV' ' ' ' ' 407124 , ,Q Cargo Cyda S' ' I . '6, Con-man,A'W' . I I ,. 43, ourterb . . . . . . . 37g Danlrpk . . . . . 4 g 4 Y cafseih Alice M . . . .61 Coffman D D . . , . 375 Covey' -W- - - - -43 2' LC- - - - - - 114 45 ' lm ' ' ' ' ' Cowan, R. B. . . . . 399 Dalferes, R. L. . . . . . 420 1 Cafsonh-Tig" .brikj ' ' 2322? M ' ' ' ' Cowan, Sarah . . . 468 Dallas, Helen V. . . .66 474 'ln S::fxm..:',a - - 1 : 1 ... ...... B-W' - - ' ' 63 SWIM- - ' -222 B:19:,:Sw..E- - - - 2:4 lx, 1 "" " ox,...,. .. '.. ....49 itil: lee?-f"Ce ' 6525? fs? gglggyl' ' ' ' I I 428 ggi Cox, Evqlyn . . .... 478 Daltor5Vll.C. . . . . 409 f I, Carter' G: D1 I . I IIII 449 Coheniih , I . 63'3,7,374,42, Cox,J.I'. . . ..... 38: Dzirly, :lima . . . . . . . 5oo KJ , I 496 C h R M 88 Cox,Tl.M .... ..... 3 95 DAmln-0510, A. . 191, zoo, 409 , g3n2:1x1i,u'-E10 ' ' ' ' 404 C3h2:'R3iT5 ' "" ' ' go: gox, Mais J. ..... 65,494,3g9 Bammcrsivfisithd E. . . 435 5:13 ' ' 1 - - ' ' ' ' ' - """" ox, argarct ....... 4 4 amron, i rc 1. . . . 9 , LQ Ca5e'J' B' ' ' l ' 412: gglllfmnilglmxncd ' ' ' ' ' ' Cox, Mildred . . .... 467 Danccy, B. R. . . . . :oz CH5ClYfFl'anCc5 ' "" 88 ' ' ' ' ' ' Cox, Olive . . . . 296 Danforth, Dorothy . 485 lf' Ca5ey'J'T' " ' ' ' ' 294 3 Colby'A'S' ' ' ' ' 385 Cox R.F .... .... 6 5 Daniel Ruth I. . . . . 66 If 1. CaSkCy.J-S- - - - - ' 315 ' ' '6' Coyl1er,C.C. . . .--- 341 Daniele, A. H. . . - . 586 rf, ll CaSn.ef1A-J- ' ' "" ' ' - ' ' ' ' 3 Crabbs, Helen . . . . .65,481 Daniels, Mildred . . . . . ig Cassldy, Agnes . . . - - 475 Cole,Jul1aL.. . . . .63 276 Cmbbs R. I I t ' A I I 1 427 I l ' l t '67,3!9 486 494 496 ' Ca55ldY-Franclfs ' ' '6i 433 gogmw' BC D ' ' ' ' 422 Crabtree, Fern . . . . 65,499 Danielson, J. D. . . . . . 419 itil Ca"hCa't'JenI?fe M' L' ' ' 5,3 f-glfggxeb 'H ' ' ' ' 422 Crabtree, J. S. . . . . .65,439 Danly,R.E. . . . . . . . 381 'rj Callllefwogfpoglfncc ' ' '65 3,5 cfolmnwgr img ' ' ' ' 277 Cragidock, Grace . . . . 475 Darmstatter, E. W. . . 301,302 'M 535ai3E?1-M-P- Y 1 ' 3 - -62 C0"ieffMbfyL-' 3 W - 1 I '63 Si25'.i'E'3 ' ' ' ' ' 425 B3i23ll'?..l1. ' ' me 425 Cawthornmsylvia E' ' ' ' 48g gowns' "" 6 ' 3 fig Craig:H:W.. I I . I 401 Darnell:R.C. . l 1 . .'.'474 SSEIJEJ-FG-A - - - - -65 123 CgHf::'F'I,' ' ' - 30143 23 gram5rhGjIii . . . .65 1Igarfl1.dB.kEv i . . . 339, .196 W ,w -'- - -' " - ' ' ' ' ""' ran zu, ,... ..386 au cn ic , ion. ..339,5OO Cerny, T. -E- - - - - ' 4,26 J' ' ' "" 4-Eg Crane, Norman . . . . 5oz Dauber, H. W. . . . . 343,396 ,ll'jL'1, Ch2ldSl',Y, C- - - ' '35 324 Colrngf B' ' ' ' ' 4 Crane, W. P. II . . . . 413 Daugherity,R. M. . . . 232, 234 q ,U-lfl Chadwlckf B' ' ' ' ' ' 40? C mln 'T' A' ' ' '6' 423 Cranglc, Helen . . . . 502 Daugherity, R. S. . . 154, 191, 198 .324 Eancy . . . 240 Cgnsniw Il . . . 3 gory gratgborne,AMlziry . . . . 4226 IDJaumiIeSj , . . . . . 416 ,W ' "' " -' " " ratorne,... .... 33 auLe,.r. .. ....4o4 V' Chamb9'5-A-R- - ' ' 384 C0Hms0n'M'D' ' ' 432 Crathorne Mar 28 28 Davennort Bernice Ol F-H: Chamy,L ..... . . 4ox Collinson, T. F. . . . . 410 y "" 5' 3 D1 I ' , D ' 5 xg Ch1mCe,J-H- . . - - 456 golweu-Ethega - - - - sol 5125221332: 1 1 . 2 2 :iii DZX?3,"X3e1.Eae' 1 1 2232 , ChHl1dlCr,LYn0'-IC - - ' 46? Conngdafcf-1' A- - - ' ' ' 39g Crawford, C. L. . . . .65,4l5 Davidson, F. A. . . . . 40: llg f Chandlefvs- ' ' ' ' ' ' Comad'Le'i? ' """ 31 Crawford, H. L. . . . . 385 Davidson, G. Y. . .67,458 "Xl, Chanmng, M. - . - - 435 Om? 1 ' ' """' 374 Crawfordull M. . . . , 458 Davidson, Lune . . . . 477 p ,, Chao, Chuan Ynu . - - 374 COIVIFLBIHHCHC M- - -63,473 374 Crawford ura . . , . . Davidson .W. . . . I ,fy C t C O n 499 l 4 3 !.,',-.il Chapman, D- W- - - ' 454 Conftch """" 395 Crawford, Margaret . . . . 468 Davies, E. E. . . . . 445 NNN Ch2Dm1m. G- E- - - - - 439 Condlt' M -I' ' - - - - 322 Crawford,Vcrnita M. ..... 65 Davics,C. . . . . . 516 ' - W.. ...Q Cam :Y - - ' ' - zz. - - - - ' - - A 'wg lgwf Charfwldikgri . . - -62 414 ggggggiggvgv. ,-4. gg 312 C52e1i1Fe...4.e.'1.1.' 3 : 1 261233 195332: B: M. 2 1 ' 3 52,3238 H, 'N Cha'-Henyili - H- - - ' - 4-gg Combo 'Lil :l M' - 3053 -33 Crcek.L.W .... .... 4 3 Davgs, C. B, . . . . 447 fl' 9l::ln'A1ic:'Ce 0 ' ' ' 594 174 C0nkli:r,N ge ' ' ' ' '64 gs? 2'w'yfEj3F" ' ' ' 393 SAVE' ' ' ' ' ' 43' ig" l '- .' '. """ ' ,L.'. .. ..., ', ' . .. ,S EH? Chevsman.El11abv1h - . aw 497 C0"kl"1'W"ma ----'-- 464 clfill, 12. s. . . . . . 66,223 D:xl:,Dig'o?L2f1c. . .loaf 162 V'-,TH gzlfnlxlifllgf - - - - - - 520 S2233 ' ' '64'4o7 359 Crink, Mary E. . . .... 66 Davis, D. . . . . . . 446 'ffl en- --'-' - "2 ' I ' "" 47 C'k,W.E .... .. D ',D.W. .. . . .6 'W Cheney,W.B- , - - - . 443 g0nn0H,F-Fi - - - - - 441 C:l:Zlcr,Am E. . . . .gg E. L. . . . . 333 A ,LN Chenoweth, E. C. . . .62 319 Cgglggrbealherind . . . . . 458 Crisseyuhgz ' l I I 442 Davisylglizabeth . I ' I 462 1 " I ElAICSbllgH.Ji!1ng10li0 ' - 501 C0nncr'D R '---- 6- 501 Crlsscy, anon . . . . 501 Davls, J. K. . . . . 383,379 A ti. Chggieesoboxniy F. . . .6i :gg donner,R.R ..... 64.45.332 grotftxok R. . . . 4257 Bav5S,kPd . . . . . . 425 . -.--- '-----'-- ro,..... ,.x av1s,..,. wb' Ch9SII1llI. P. H. . . - - 333 Eommrf 565031. d' --'-- 469 Crofton,Evclyn . . . go: Davis, Marjorie . . . 316 1 Ch1en,T. L. . . . . . 401 C3233 all W - - - . - 473 Croiszlnt,E.'H. . . . . 397 Davis, N. H. . . . . 410 jg, C- - - V Conoverf'-RIC: ErokcrMDor1it. . . . 429 Bavgs-,5fA. L. - - 456 If-f Chflmnsoni F115 1 . . 1 1 W . . 489 CZ32i.,iil'.33.a 1 ' 1 2 201 1223233 : ' 1 1 iii EJ Chr!stgnson,Gracc , . . . 485 Confaiv sil - - - - 454 Crosset, M. J. . . . . 441 Davison, .H. . . . .67 1331 ChF!SU6.ESil'1Qr - - 259,451 434 Conrazfvm Mme ' - - 489 Crouch, Marie . . . . . 494 Dawsen, H. G. . . . . . . 457 ,wir Chrlstpffer, Mildred E. .62,483 374 Cggzgdi-Megan I """' 796 Crouse. Gcncvicvc L. . . . 314 Dawson, D. O. . . . . . . 1 5 Chron1s,G.A. . . . 343 433 Conimuo'Nm-FUIS - - - 292 453 Crowell, A. P. . . . . . 415 . .48, 67,304,3I2,379,429,437 Il gEryslcrjCAD. . . .... 444 Cook C 1 ma - - - - - growiicr, . . . . .66 l8aws1f!n,I5I.G. . . . . . . 306 :X 4,Ul'Hh..- --431 "". '-- -- rowey, . ... ..403 ay, 1. ..... . . . .458 l 4 clsnmlda M. . . . .62 C00k-Gfncywye - . . . 477 Crownovfr, M'1d d . . , D. , ,E. . . . . 3 . I Clark, Dorothy . . . . 462 C00ke.Mar10r1e - . 436 Crum, Mtlldrccl lie, . . . D?5l,l.illian I. . .6f,i8g Clark, E. R. . . . 392 Cooke, W. H. . . . . . 408 Crummcr, W. F. . . . ,66, 45: Day, W. B. . . , , .42 Clark, E. W. . . , , 422 Cooledtzc. M. M. . 191 4oo Crummcr, W. S. . ..... 48 Dcnl,J. H. . . . 422 Clark, F. . . . 316,449 Cooley, M. F. . , . . 387 Crush,E.B. . . , , , 402 lD0llI1,H.R. , . , ,67 iii , lf 1 41' l' ' l 9321 , . . ..-,-.. -V -- , - V ... , ,...., . ,.,..,..-,.,,-.--t...--.- .....,....... ,..- ,,,. -n-...- . A f 'L1 3649-Q , :fax 5i':4.:.5ge'-.P 5f'5f'2.YX:if'liIfl72H.fEWLl1'iYfpG.'.'3frk3f'573'fliff?lhffl"f.lfff3QS35Q??5?lLf.t:If7.lf-Eff5.i:"Q5.ff'ffQQ:fTf. l6ssl "li fx 1 Nl ...Z Eff: .,...,. H, .. ,, ' U51 1 1 -'W--A M '- W-1-4-.-..-.-,----,--..--,-.:.., ' " ',L,jQg,,f,f,,Q,,g,,-V l gif, ' 'i iiimi ' HM 5 Wi' I INDEX-Continued agigfg ,r 3" 5 wi I Ei ,VY DeameS,Mae D. . . . .61 Dodds, M. B. . .... 433 Dut ,E.M. . .... 1 fqs-1 Dean, Helen . . .... 465 Doeblin, W. W. . ..... 294 Dutzilxi, F. O. . . .... Eiigiiygxiagfi Bi ' I ' i iii Dean,k1'. . . . .-.- 397 Doeschcr,A.g-i .,.. 299,385 Duvnll,C. F. . . . 3oz,3oo, 381 Evani E. G. .l . l ' i 4x8 Wi' Dean, athleen ....... 473 Docscher T. . . . 311,385,550 Duvall Elma . . . . 299,501 Evans' Eva J. . ' ' 73 hip Deane, H. A: .... 48, 67. 398 Dohmc Hazel . ..... 260 DuVali, K. L. . .7x, 335, 340 Evans' E. K. . . ' ' A01 Hi' ' Deaner, Louise A ..... . . 471 Doisy, Roberta . .... 472 Dvorak, R. F. . .... 441 Evans' H. T .... ' i no Us , Dearth,Doroth M ...... 494 Dolin M. S. . , ..... 69 Dwyer,L ..... . . . 418 Evans: Laura B. . . i ' 26 Dearworth, H. . ...... 454 Dollahan, H. A. .... 69, 414 Dyson, V. L. . . . . 4oo Everett, P. C. . . . : A33 Ml Debevoisc, N. . ....... 67 Dollinger F. A ......... 69 Everett, R, F, , , , , f73 415 I Wi' Deckenh. M. . 67, 53313741345 D0m0t0,'I'- ...-- 69,374,401 E Everett W. S. ..... 355' 207 'Ml Decker, M. H. ....... 332 Donahue, W. D. ..... 34I Eadie, R. B. . . . . . 458 Ewert, B ..... . . . 391 iq! Decker, R. L. .....-. 450 Donnclg, MC. . ..,.. 69 Ends, Carolyn F. . . . .71 Ewing, Elizabeth C. . . . 412 74" DOCKET, S. W. ....... 415 Doner, . . . . . . 458 Earl, Catherine - . . . 480 Ewing, .C. Jr. . . . . . 411 "vii DcCierc, L. W ....... 67, 417 Donor, R. D .... . . 4:0 Ebbergg. H .... . . . 409 Ewing, it Ei . . . .... 419 DqClerq, Mpriaret L. . . 68,500 Doney, Georgia . . . . 419 Eberhar t, A. . . . . . . 444 Ewing, R. H. . , , 390 41, i-ali De Custcd, In ...... 207, 439 Donner, Leone . . . 475 Eckerman, J. O. . .... 405 Exley, W. M. . . . .' 418 1 P' I D8 Cl'0W,E-B .--. - - - 432 Donohue, A. R. . . . . . 397 Eckfeldt, Gladys A. . . 318, 501 Exteg-,F,C, , . . , 443 1 -xiii De Coursey, R. M. . . . . 40l Donovan, C. V ........ 382 Edelmap, E. O. . . .... 398 Eyer, R. D. . . . . . 387 1 'i-in Decm, A. C. . . . ..... 68 Donovan' Franccg I I . 3,5 50, Edelstem, Charlotte .... 493 Eyman, Robert . . . . 451 i Deere, Lora L. . . . . 260,375 Don0vetsky,B .,....... 70 Eden Josephine I. ..... 71 f L-if 11'-geglef, . . . . . 445 B0dii,Fh0C ,,,,,,,, 313 Edhoing, W. L. . . . . .8. F b F idk ieming, . . . . . 391 wen, . . . 49,233,134 400 . -4, 7r,sss.s40.341 3 7,379 H ian.-A-C. ...-.. 73 401 W1 Du,n .... . . soo D 1 ,p.D. ....... 6 Hdison,He1enJ. . . , , 6 Fb',A 1 A ....... Dgll,H ...... . . 398 Dgglgflil P,j ,,,,,,,,, 15,7 Edmonson K.C. . .7!. :ini :xi F: Zibuilizik. T. . . . .Li :gg 5 iiiqi 11gelkR.J.C! .... - - 413 I1gooieyiRMM. . . . 194 Egflllig, . .71,34o,4x9 gageg, J. . . . .... 454 I pf! raw, cmcnce . . . 502 0'tg , I , , . , ' war S, . . . .... 407 ,M tl ,,,,, j J if Dgimling, K4 ........ 133 Dgolitlei Wflly l . I I 22,1 Edwards, F. . . , 335,336 Fzirhetalghisyyr. ii . .73,374 ig: i ,-'Gi 1 Delaney, Ceci y ....... 475 Dorman, Betty . ,,,, 468 Edwards, G. . . . . 339, 346 Fairfieldujulia L ....... 478 J wi. DeLong, C. C.. . . .... 68.457 Dorman, F. J. . . . 389 55a EdwardS.H.E. - - - - - 393 Faissler. 'rances .-.-.. 479 IWFTI' DeLong, Nellie E. 48, 68,374,471 Dm-mann 15.15 I . . 453 Edwards, H. H. . . . . . 439 Fa1ssler,JaneF ........ 73 lfiiif, Delzell, Pauline ...... 414 Dorn,E.i?. , . . . . gas Edwf1rdS.Ma?' E. . - . 487 Fall0n.Anwinet1e M- . - . 374 Hy DeMenr,'G.L ........ 429 Domer, H. A. ....... 401 hdWardS.M- me - - 474 Ffmnins.W-A ..-.- . . 440 9.4! Dcmmer,A.H ......... 68 Dorsch, Mamie P. ..... 70 486 Edwards, R. L. . . . . 418 Farg, F.GI ...... . . 398 I C33 Dcmmler, J. N. . . .68,374. 419 Dougherri, J. G., Jr. ..... yo Edwards. W- M- - . - 447 Fancy, -A .... - . 403 1-'i Dempsey, F. A. .... 390, 409 Douglas, .R ..... 70,374 488 Eggleton. Marion . , . 47: Farnam,M1ld5ed . . . 294 5 ,Q Denbi, G ..... .... 3 93 Douglass, C, A ,,,,,,, 70 3,3 E n1Hn,.R. E. . . . . 456 Farnsworth, Inga ..,,.., 73 5 -U Dena e, E, F, I , , . , 435 Douglass' Mary . I ".- 280 Iihrenrcich, L. S. . . . . 4II Farnsworth, Wilma J. . . . . 1 pf M Denham, F. S. ........ 68 Douthit R. L. . .... 410 hi1"ha'tvD0"0thf" - - - - 436 -'------ 73, 339, 342 439 ' 'JL 1 Dennis, Frances E. . . . 68, 478 Dowd' R ,,,' . . 335 403 Eichengcr, Ethe . .... 501 Farnum, Florence ...... 500 i ffifi Dennis, Annctta . . . . 5oz D0we11,w,H, , , , , , , 399 E5deman,Mnry Ann . . 477,5o1 Farrel Esther . 163,233 339,466 lH'l"i5 Denslow,E. , . . . . . - 419 Downey Grace E. , . . 280 EEIULR-D' ' - ' - - -71,313 FHrWCil,C. . . . . . . . 396 gl '-,ni-3 Denton Alberta . . . .68, 501 Dowse K 393 Emerson, Marcella . . . 294 Farwell, He cn ....... 465 X' F53 Depke 'H. F .... . . . 38: D0yle'W'L' ' ' ' ' 409 Einhaus, Ruth . . . . . 474 Faul I-LJ ........ . . 412 W. 'P 1Igerlgy:sJafaM. . . . 48g Draiei',Ig1iariL'. 481 .... . . 4Il Faulicner,Jean6 .... . . 66 4, fig er Y, 00011 . . - - 43 Dm e, .L .... . . . 450 Eisenstei I- - - - 317 - - - l57,I 41257125 303 4 'HY . , . . 1 - - - - 6 F , .L. .....,... 1 f' 'I Delloulet., P. A . . 222 Dreman, C. C. ..... 315 410 Eisenstefnl M. ' I . 4:6 Fgrelg G' W. U . I . Q I l 39? ll Rilfr Derr, L. E. .... Drenckpohl, . . . . . 417 4 - 39 1,1 4 , Ilgergoughlixpgggy - - - 494 1Brenck1L:ohl,V. . . . . 417 ' ' t I i I 296 soo iiliiiiif C Elf, - - - - - - -430 rcw, .... . .417 '. f - - . . , I , , , , , ,,.. 435 wif' ii De Shong, Dorland . . . 374 D , M W, , , , , Ekmsf H- W- - - ' - - 417 F01l.Gevr C -, - - - - - - - 451 4 ' 'V' De Sh0ndz,GladysF. . . an Dxl::35x,W?'!liiifBd ....... 452 gzQfiHn-P- - . . . .ws Femgoldihylns . .... . 5 iffif Desmvn . . . - 214 Dreyer,W.A. ....... L CLA- - - - - 43' . - -, - - -731 88,317 341 476 N1 Mi, De Smebler, 'E' I . 39, I .48 70 154 184 243 379 404 Eldredge, L. E. . . . . 412 Fe1nste1n,E .......... 73 yi'-', Dcstaebler, E.L. . .... 214 Drobishz A- ,' I " ' I' . , -70 1'fil1l'BdKC,,P. . . . . . 155 Feldmpn Insthqrlee .... . 488 .Mr Dette, Alice .......- 499 Drobish, W. M ........ .70 Elin' N' P' ' ' ' 319' 430 Fe'dw'SCf31L0'1'Se E' ' ' '73 470 I Dette, Frances ..... 299, 499 Drgmy Beulah J' , , ,7o 276 Ignioit- W-h - ---- 406 FCIILM- - -.---- 213 393 ' Inj? Deuel, Wallace R. . 68, 153, 291, D1-Om' E, L, I,,I . . 417 Igufoti- Foirot Y - -'-- 477 Fels HW,, ----- - - - 230 i 314,128,340,374,379,386.538 Drozdowitz, Bernice ..... 493 l5lligtt'R'V' i l I i i 3,374 lgeitensmnyp-In I U l '423 i"ri,N Beutchzik' C ....... 432 groziowixqgivian . . - 461 493 Ellis C 15 ' ' ' ' 3oo'3o2'3g2 pg,-?LQinKCa1hc,-imilj ' ' '74 gg i 'Qi evevonse, ........ 3 , 1 1, . , I , , .1 - - ' ' ' ----- f '- - - 5 1,51 eo, eance ...... 44 ,,., I, ju' -- --'- 1 13" gevxgnmri., . . . . . 42: giifnffifntfsi M . . . . ig: i3ii52'i3Slf'r ' ' ' '75 .gli 15Sf23Z32'fS2'L'22?3 ' ' ' 132 232 ' iii De Vries, T. .....,.. 398 Drgmygtme I I . I I Ellis, W. . .... 72 Ferguson, Halleen ...... 466 il-Hifi Devry E B 68 410 437 D 'Fl Ellis, uc1IeN. . i. . .72 Ferguson, P. H. . . . . . 375 , 'fi' Dewey,C.M. . . . , ,445 Dwi! ,wk i - . - - 419 Ellis, R. T. . . . . . 389 Fernald,C.H. . . . .382 19:11, D ' ,KAI . I Z : ' - -1 ' - ' ' 'man, u. . .... 4:6 -crris,W. . . . . . . 40 'U Dgx1r?r3fN. ' ' U . I ' . - Elson, H. J. . .... 72 Fettcrolf, L. D. . . . . 373, 39? f :viii Dexter, C. W. . I ' 394 Duff mga M . 43 Elston, Mary . . . . 339, 500 Fettcrolf, L. S. . ...... 74 1 Mi W gial,Tlg:h31aX. . . . 500 Duffigi-ielen'E. ' . . i7CS A91 1Igi2,ZngnNj: lf ' ' A I i :og gay' l i i 3oo'3'i1'.'1SZ i-Q45 ifm10n....- --411 Dull,C.E.. . ..,. 1 "f 1BE2ll:gg.1Iji0YKZhCeA. . . izgg Bggagloinfig . . . 156 333.252 E2ii13IyiEdlEitix.' I ' f f 35: 1 ' f 1'i4?'23? D- k- ' 'F' G' '- I . I I Z ' - - ---"-- 01 Embrey, F. A. . .... 12 Ifilberg, E. J. . . . . . 437 ji- D32ki223'.1,MymeR, . . M133 BES5S2,'E.Iii. 1 1 1 1 Wil! I?T,f,I"'1sQv - - ' ' 402 gllgcwgofofhy - - ' 318'-111 Tw gsgllignigzg-zlgdnlfk . . .68,2gg,gg: .... 7I,379.440 Ifms,iiiV.W.' . '. . 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Z ' ' - 434 H011si1.R. . I 3 . 3 SEZ 'M :jj !l:lIa:son,g. . I I 4,9 gegmk, M. D, , S, 338 Hoagland M G - - 383 gulglganhnkj. . . U 4,3 hw aspn, u ., ,. e er,T.W ..,. ' " H.k,C,', ,' ' ' "- U s. . ... ,,," H' in Hamm, C. S. . . , , H0ller,Margueri1c . . I '?4?'4u HglF:nrt,F.B. . l ' ' ' 385 Hube"vL-S- - . .... '36 439 Hafd!n,R,c, , , I , 403 Heller, o. c. , , 493 Holm R C - '4'9f431 Huck,J. M. . . , , A 86-437 A lm Hardgn, S. W. I , 4,2 Helmgy, L. P. . . i I I I I ' ig Hockmfmfc: . . I . . - 451 Hucker, Anita M. . 48,8i.374'18g 1 W Ezrizefmf A ' W - Ifxffslmzrwefdah D- s0akmmHc'Cn - I '85 :si I13B3'5H'2gkK1r - W A - if - n . , . .... . ' ' D, ' . I W Harland,L.E' t : 21,223 Helphgnsmne Lucille- - - 83-4:13 Hgdgghgbck- - - . . . . sos Huddlesnun, B' ' ' ' 424 +.. Harland,M,B, I I I . '388 HelQinstinc,I',ucilIe , ' ' ' ' g9 Hodqon Frzlncks' - - - 401 Hudson,D.M. . , ,' ' ' ' 87 WQA gf, armon, , H A . csmg, L. , , ' Hof - ' - - u son ,G, M H AC .. 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E. . . . . . 319 Johnson, Iflorence B. . . . . 437 lxane, Mallily . . . . . 471 501 K!rld0l',ARathu C. . . 92 461 Hutchins, Katharine A, . . 88 Johnson,I'red . . . . . 300 Kang. C. . . . . . . . QI K1nderman,F. W. . . 206 zo8 Hutchinson, G,V, , . . . 392 Johnson, F. P. . . . . 383 Kanter, Myra . . . . . 488 KQHILA- M. . . . . , . . guxlabk-,E,L ,,,, . . 3g4 gosnson, . . - - gaplinfirldgey ....... gorghus . . . . . . 1t,,,,. ..32 onson,.... .. ,appe,.... .. .. Hager, M, J. , . . 455 Johngon, G. P. . . . . 337 lxappus, A.. . . . 164 390, 403 img. . .P. . . Hyde,-LF. . . . . 398 johnson, Helen C. . . . 483 Kappus, ervalse ...... 4g Kgng, 1 guna . , . . 1iI1y'af"Fi:.hb1' ' ' ' 122 i3E2282'H'113' ' ' ' ' ' 393 lI2?xm11?1:'g4'.f? ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 292 K53'E'fi L ' ' ' '434 J. . . 409 iohnsun: '89 421 Km-man' F1an'ces' 469 King: L. B. . .... ' . ,, 0 , ......... , ' - ...... . . 1 1 w . . . . . Hy"d5'T'J' ' ' ' ' 88 409 J"'Q2Z3'.l'fi1ii ' ' ' ' ' ' 332 E?.221i'ffi.1lf12..L1' ' ' ' ZZ? 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I .435 SE-l?zFlrf:gellQ Florence . . . . acc , . .... . , ones, ..,. .... L 'l l. .,.. . . .. iacobs, H. F ......... 88 V ones, . B. . . . , . 90 gli-A. U ' . t lSl1nc, L. . . . . . . acobs, Rosalind ...... - 493 Iones, . . . . . 48, go, 456 Kelly' R. IIIIIIIII 4,5 Iglgngensmuth, W. P. . . . . acobsen, Eda A. . . . . . 494 ones, .J. . . .... 458 Kenyfr. G IIIIIII I IxI1nkman, F. J. . - 297. acobson, B. W. ....... 423 ones, .JZ . . .... 442 IIII 48' 91, 157' 310, 331' 5,7 Kl1n!Z.V0fH - - - - - - acobson,I-Ielcn . . . 461 493 ones, N. lu.. . . . . 409 Kemmclsl IIIIIIII 437 Kl1vans,H.I. . , . . . . 93, ucohson, W., II ..... 405 ones, Pauhne . . . . 468 Kemn' W' W. IIIIII 92' 399 Kloppenburg, R. H. . . . . acobson, .,....... 4I3 ones, P. H. . . . . . 408 Kendall Raymond IIIII I Mg lilow. T-CD21 - - - I - - facobson, Ruth B. . . 88, 374 476 ones, Rea VF. . . . 298, 392 Kendall: R. C. .,.'. Mg, 330 Igluge, R. W. . . . . gacoby, Ahce M ..... 88, 499 ones, P. W. . 1 .... 1 435 Kenegck, Marian I .l.. 463 lglutc, M. H. . . . . acques, J. R. ........ 34I ones, R. N. . . 312, 319, 435 Kenpippi H' E' I l l A A 375 knapp. Cr. H. . . . . . . Jamgs, Edmund Janes . . B ,ones, S. D. . . ..... 4c7 Kenlay. F' M. I l U l 390' 432 Knarr, Cathermey . . . . 93, ianuson. H. E. . . . . . 415 ones, S. K. . .... 383 Kennedy, Dorothy I -A.'. 463 lIEnauerhMsJJlc VS. , 93, 461, 12E"1f5z.?1. 1 M' ' ' ' 'ZH 322351 c' ' ' 63? KennfdY-1"-T- - ' - ' ' - 315 K.'I25Egi c w' ' ' ' ' 'W' Tunsen,.N.'R.'. '. f I . . 384 'ones:W.D'. . I I . 1 403 ' ' ' 'gi -,gi Knickerbocker, W. E. . , . . jasper, T. M. . . . . 416 ones, W. H .... . . . 385 K med ' W' G' ' ' ' ' ' I l3n1ebusch, H. C. . 48, 93, 164, audes, A. W. . . . . 206 ordan,Audrey M. . . go, .182 c y' ' ' ' ' "" 34 kn1ght,A. R. . . . 338 492, avier, P,V, , . . 4Ol ordan, H. H. . . . . . . 431 Kem'eY'H' E- - ' ' 921457 Knight, Helen B. . . . . 93, a ,H. . . . 88, 318 ordan, I. . . . . . 206 KCHUY- J- V- - - - - A 375 Knight, P. D. . . . . 93, J0g6ry,A. B. . - - 455 ordan, V. H. . . . . 425 Kent. W. B. . . . 301, 381 Knight, Paul . . . . . ' 3211 TT5Biff'.'I7l3,QT522'CIifffl.':7Q2X'.f 1Ii75f'f.7?f T377 "" f"fF?Q.'7Q777 ??f55.,.f:f'x.. '-.rffiif 2725. 1 If 639 'I s.. l,f. ,Y 1 Z Z 4 i i 4 .i M t .A A.. ,5- .JR . L. 1 .1. 1 . f I . 1 .1 S . l I I . 4 7 ri i' . . 51. 5 . 'J 1' 1 , . ,ai .Y -i .cgifi .15 'i gifs? Qs ., . . '. f. 1 .5 .A ,fl ll' f. 5 I . il . I l .J 15 J 4. 1.. ll 1 . i 1 i l .ll 1. -1 'z J. l . ,. .... ..3. 4... . " 1, .' .. 1 1 ' l . 1 ' ', . . 1 1 . i - . 1- T J j ' . 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C. . . . . . . 458 .J IK, Knowles, E. B, . . . . 406 Lambert, Mary E, ..... 95 Leseman, lferrol F. . . . . 97 Long W. N ....... 98. 454 Jw it Knudson, C. W, . . . . 425 Lambert, Valeria ...... 475 Lester,Bemls . . . . . 316 Longbons, Edward ...... 453 " .YQ Koch, E. A. . . . . 450 Lambesis, E. G. . . . . 44 Lethen, Charles . . . . 437 Longbons Helen . . 98,374,490 il 5- Koch, Irma . . .... 296 Lamp, E. E. . . . . . 95, 453 Leuch, N. W. .-.. . . 421 Longley, R. G. ....... 420 ,ff Koch, . ..... 94 Lampadius,W.A, . . . . . 456 LeuenbergeriR. C. . . - - 458 Longstreet MaryL .... 99, 497 ll Koch, R. . . . 94, 436, 437 Lampert, Esther N .... 95, 374 Leuthesser, ir. W. . . . 429 L01'lgwell, H .... . . . 399 .2 V . Koehler, G. . ..... 44 Lampert, Max . . . . . . 433 Leutwiler,L.L. . . . 387 Loomis, Marion H. . . . 477, 481 ,1M?5I Koehler, R. L. ...... . 457 Land, L ..... . . 95, 457 Leutwrler, 0. A. . . . . 387 Losh, Carlotte ....... 479 5.1 Koenig, J. T ......... 294 Landaur, N. E. . . . . 411 Levenson, LOUIS!! - - - 438 Lotz, Phyiilis C. . . 99, 461, 484 . Koenigsberg, Florence 317, 375, 476 Landis, P. N. . . . . 338 538 Leverenz, C.. . . 4- - 409 Lotz, R. '. .... 341, 387, 435 Ill W! Koepke, li. F. . 1 .... 94, 434 Landon, C. E. . . . . 422 Levin, Beatrice . . 502 Love, A. W. .... 99. 407. 437 K1 Koepke, G. C. .V ...... 331 Landon, H. I. . . . . . 95 415 Levin, Maier . . . . 295 Loveless, Sara . ..... 502 1, YQ. Kohler, R, C. . - 375. 381 Landon, R. H. ..... 300 400 Levin, M. M .... . . 428 Loving C. L. . .... 434 2 SKI K0hlCl'.50lmH . - . . . . 466 Landwehr, Mildred . . 95 319 Levin, Sara . .... . . . 502 Lowe, H.B. . . . . 99 1' Kohn, D. . . . . . . . 428 Lair, Lorine . . . . . 485 Levings Esther B. . . 97. 408 Lowe, L. . . . . . . . 399 . 5 l' Kohner, C. J. . . . . 94, 423 Lane, Doris . . . . . 468 Levins0i1n,Qar0lyn . . . 476 Lowcnstein,L.A. . . . 449 Q Kolb, A. H. . . . . . . 44 Lane, 15. F. . . . . 439 L9V!Y1Sl01D. 0. L. . . . 423 Lowenthal, H. A. . . . 423 15-1 Kollar, K. V .... . . 425 Lane, Helen ...... 283 468 Levltetz, N. A. . . . 423 Lowitz, W. J. . . . 385 ings? Kolodny, Ruby . . . . 488 Lane, J. R. ......... Levsen, M. C. . . - 97 Lowry, I-ILM. . . 402 1 .Wi Komie, D ..... . . 411 , . . 95, 334, 335, 339, 349 538 Levy, B. .... .... 3 17 Lowry, R. C. . . . . 337 girl' Koogler, Dorothy . . . 463 Lane, L. S .......... 427 Levy, Herbert . . .... 455 Lowy, R. . . . 305, 423 ' H4 Koontz, Ruth . . . . . 471 Langegron, P. L. ..... . 399 Levy, M. D. . . . .... 426 Lucas, Cleo . . . 316, 335 1 i lf Koppel, M. G. . . 94 Lang, A. L. . . . . . 383 Levy, O. C. .... 97. 374. 455 L11cas,H. C .... . . . 380 . .M Koropp, K. H. . . . 440 Lang, Irene . . . . . . 475 LCVY. Ruth - - 97. 317. 401. 476 Luckey, Laura F. . . . 99 1 Korshak, D. . . . . 428 Lang,J.J .... .... 4 O9 LCVY. 5- 15- ---- ---- 4 26 Ludlaln, J. A. . . . . 402 .1 J Kostakos, Alice . . . ,. 502 Lang, Lucy J. . . . . 95 500 Levy, W. B. . . . .... 426 Ludlam,J. S. . . . 99, 214 will Kostakos, S. A. . . . . 301 Lang, Viola G .... 96, 155 416 Lewlnthal, Frances ..... Ludlow E .......... 400 QW Kotovie, C. L. . . . . . 409 Lane W. J. .....- 90 442 . ,- - 271. 317. 335. 336. 346. 488 Luh1S..i-F- .--.-- - - lie '1 Kraehenbuehl, J. O. . . . . 389 Langiands S. N. . ...... 392 Lewis, E.'J'. .... 39I.302.410 . . . 99, 335.337, 346,412, 538 uiaj Kraemer, Emily . . . . 496, 502 Lankton, Kuth ....... 318 Lewis, J. 1. . . 97, 157, 243, 442 Luhrs, Sara ........ 467 L. .F Kraft, Bernice . . . . . 464 Lanquist, Frances W. . . 96 501 Lewis. K. V .... .. . . . 425 Luhrs, Susan ..... . . . 467 Fig' Kraft, Edna. . . . . 500 Lansford, C. P .... . . 456 Lew1s.L. , --.- .... 4 26 Luke W. F. . . . . . 457 2 Kraft, Emma . . . . 468 Lansford,W.I .... . . 458 Lew1s,LD111S0 - f - f - - 467 Lundberg,A. . . . Kraft, F. W. . . .... 412 Lantz, Kathryn A. . . . 96 Lexrlwn. C, A. - . . . . . 387 L11nd0be1s.H.V. . . . 434 i. li Kramer, Reva . ....... 501 Lanum, F ..... . . 380 L:I'L0mm8dl0Ll, Florence . . . 316 Lundeberg, T. R. . . . . 434 U l.' 4 Kramer, W. P. . 94, 308, 403 LaPlant, Mildred . . . 500 Libln, Aaron . . . .... 308 Lundgren, C. A. . . . . . 382 z. ff., Kramp, E. H. ....... - . 452 Lal'orte, B. ........ 408 Lichty, K. C. ........ 97 Lundgren, C. L. . . 207, 208 . ,Q . Krannert, V. L. . . .... 291 Lal'orte, Lucille ...... 471 Lieber, P. W. . . . . 341, 353 Lundgren, C. M. . . . . 206 ' jli Krasberg, H. W. . . . . 306, 431 Lappen, H. S. . . 300, 302, 375 446 Liebllng, B. . . . , . 426 Lundstrom, A. H. . . . . 452 ,, ',x, Kratz, A. P. . . . . . 395 Larm, Ethel ........ 469 Liggett, W. A. . . . 374 Lundstrom, E. J. . . . . 413 g Krauss, F. E. . . . . 44 Larmon, P., Jr ...... 403 437 Llgntbody, R. . . 439 Lundstrom, Julia M. . . 99 5 it-Q Kravitz, J ..... . . 426 Larmon, Virginia . . . . 479 Likely, Reba . . . . . 497 Lupton, P. '1. .... . 450 ,. ,Hi Krebaum, A. . . . . 442 Larsen, H .... . . 439 Lill, J. E. . . . . 97, 374 Lurya, Kate . . . . 488 Q, Kreider, C. M. . . . . . 409 Larsen,K.A. . . . . 306 Llll, Maxine . . . . 462 Luster,O.A. . . . . . 433 " " Krell, L. O. .... . . 94. 374 Larsen, V. G. . . . . . 392 Lin, W. Y. . . . . 40K Luther, Helena M. . . 99 .4194 Kremers, H. C .... . . . 431 Larson, A .... . . 96 456 Lincoln, F. . . . . 447 Luther, J. M. . . . . . 415 KFCISCHIHUF W. O. . ..... 452 Larson, E. C. . . . . . 417 Lind, H. G. . . .... 453 Luttrell Faun . . . . 494 f' , I Kriebel, J. D. ....... , 441 Larson, E. H. . . . . . 435 Lind P. B. . . . . 97,374 Lycan, W. H. . ..... 435 il iraqi Krlebel, W. W ........ 44! Larson, L. L. . . . 96 445 Lindberg, L. A- ........ 403 Lyddon, O. ....... 394 -7 " fr., Kriechhaus, Mrs. Mabel E. . . 375 Larson, L. M. . . . . . 445 Llndbc-rg,Lyd1a . . 98, 339, 464 Lyddon, Iuthel . . .. 337 346,463 ab i Krieter, Frances ....... 502 Larson, L. W. .... . . 447 Lindbloom, A. L. ...- 294. 409 Lyman. Monica ----- 295. 475 " Kroenlein Katherine . . 316,498 Larson, Mildred L. . . . 487 Linder, Ruth . . . .... 98 Lynch,6vG. . . . 99,374 41,1 Kroepel Genevieve .... 94, 486 LaRue, R. E .... . . . 400 Linderoth, E. E. . . . 432 Lynch, . E. . 374, 425 Q fly Krogh, K. .... . . . 417 Lassers, S. .I . . . . 317, 411 Lindlield, L. .... . . 476 Lyon, D. R. . . 224, 445 ' QQ! Krone, P. P .... . . 423 Lathrop, L. E. . . . 304 433 Lindley, Frances L. .... 98 Lyon, G. R. . . . . 395 3 if-,E Krone, V. .... . . 299 Lazz, C. J .... . . . 409 Lindgren. iusta ....... 191 Lyon. I. H. . . . . - - 445 .. 2.9, Krows, T. Carolyn . 94 Laube, H. W. . . . . . 417 Lindgren, . M ........ 334 Lyon, L. H. .... 374, 379, 395 1 QJGJ Krueger, A. W. . . . . 440 Lauer, C. W .... . . 96, 450 Lindley, Hazel R. . . 98, 374, 479 Lyons, J. R. . . . . . 420 iii Krueger, E. O. . . . . - 445 Lauritsen, D. L. . .... 96, 458 Lindner, C. '1'.. . 98, 379, 390, 434 Lyons, ,iiilia . . . . . . 500 " "4 Krulewitch, Annette . . . . 488 Lavender, Helen E .... 96 500 Lindner,Henrletta .... 502 Lyons, argaret . . . . 475 1. if Krumm Eleanor . . . . 502 Law, G. C ..... . . 96 429 L1ndroth,A. W. . . .... 394 Lyons, Pamelia . . 480, 501 1,59 Kuan,C.L. . . . . 94 Law Wilma .... . . . 470 Lindsay, F. H. . . . 381 Lyons, R. B. . . . . 429 Pi Kucera, H. G. . . . . 45 Lawless, Catherine ...... 470 Lindsay, R. L. . . . . 451 Lyons, R. C .... . . 99 Hai Kuechler,I0ne . . .... 500 Lawrence J. W, . . . . 96,414 Lindsay, W. L. . . . . 451 Lytle, Betty . . . . . 468 l fl, Kuehl, Elsie ........ 496 Lawrie, E. . . . .... 443 Lindsey, Juanita M. . . . 483 ll' Kuehnel, R. H .... 94, 311, 395 Lawson, R. M. . . . . 304, 421 Lingenlelter, M. G. . . . 98,478 M QQ ill, Kuenzli, J. F. ...... , . 405 Laying, T. E ......... 431 Lingerfelter Mildred . . . 461 McAd0o, Terree ....... 480 li. Kuhl, K. W. . . 336, 339, 341, 433 Layne, D. B ......... 96 Linnard, I. R. . . . . 306 McAnally, Marian P. . . . 473 7 ff Kuhlemeyer, C. ...... 440 Layton, Mary Katherine . . . 467 Linquist, L. . . . . . 98 McAnulty S. . 99, 340, 394 ,. lvi Kuhlemeyer, ola E. . ..-- 374 Lazar, frina ........ 493 Lipe, C. C. .... . . 388 McArdle, izabeth . . . 501 liigfi Kuhn, R. C. .... . . . 449 Leahy, A. E. 96, 31 1, 337, 340, 419 Lipe, Dorothea L. . . . 471 McArthur, Ruth . . 262, 465 3 Kuhn, Rita M. . . . . 94,501 Leahy, F. S. . . 96, 164, 379 419 Lipe, J. .... . . . 156 McBrian, Mary J. . . . . 99 gi' L7 Kuhne, Margaret . - - - 473 Leasure, Aline V ....... 494 Lipe, K. D. . . .... 388 McBride, G. C. . . . . 410 iff. Kuhne, M. M. . . . . 94 Leasurc, Vivian A. ...... 97 Lipe, K. J. .... . . 232, 234 McBride, Elizabeth . . . 484 3,815 Kuhne,R.W. . . . . 382 Lecour, Josephine . . . . 466 Lipman,Ester V. . . . . 476 McBride, Jane . . . . . 484 Kuhns, J. R. . . . . 404 Lee, Dorothy . . .... 466 Lipman, W. S. . . . . 446 Mcliroom, V. . . . . 301, 421 l ,ll Kunkc,A. W. . . . . 375 Lee, G. B .... . . 390 405 Lipscomb, Virginia . . 468 Mcliurney W. Y. . . . . 387 fm,-'jf Kunz, H. L. . . . 95 Lee, Octavie . . . . . 485 Little, Gi, . . . . . 315 McCaleb, L. H. . . . . . 440 Kurrus, C. G. . . . . 419 Lee, 0. C. . . .... 453 Little,R .... . . 314 McCallister,D. . . . . . 393 WJ Kurz, N. W. . . . 95 Lee, O. D .... . . 97 458 Littleton A. C. . . . 439 McCammon, G. A. . 100, 427 ,ji Kurz, W. C. . . . . . 422 Leete, Florence . . . . 470 Livesly, B. . . . . 390 McCaman, Helen . . . . 469 M4721 Kurzenknabe, J. . . . . . 435 Le Gault,S. . . . . 393 Livezey,LaVerne . . . 501 McCandlish, G. G. . . 44 Wit! Kushman, Norman . . . . 94,469 LeGere, H. M. . ..... 441 Livingston, Ethel C. .... 488 McCarron, Bernice ..... 502 7, H34 Kusinski, J. . . . . . . . 214 Leiggett, R. J. ........ 438 Livingston, Grace A. . . 98, 496 McCarthy, E. J. . . . . . . 409 ,,l ,4. Kyle, MA ..... .... 4 25 Le 1man,R. ........ 392 Livilifston, S. W. . . . 98,456 McCarthy, Marion B. . . . li , Kyle, artha J. . . . . 267, 268 Leib, F. E. .... 48, 97, 340 383 Lloy ,Margaret . . . 490, 502 . . . 100, 154, 168, 259, 361, 461 1 Big Leibovitz Frieda ...... 491 Lobstein, Amy M. . . . . . 98 McCauley, Doris H ...... 100 li Ly' L Leiding, 0.11. ..... 293 375 Lock, Kathryn . . .... 484 McCauley, Eleanor L ..... 100 l .-gi Lackey, F. E. . . . . . 421 Leighty, W. J. ..... 97 318 Lockard, E. N. . '. . 315, 379, 432 McCaull, Elizabeth ..... 500 l,LXL5 Lackey, G. A. . . . . . 443 Leimbacher, E. S. . . 300, 302 412 Lockard, J. M. . . .... 398 McClain, R ..... 100, 374, 390 Viiff' Laenhardt, D. T. . . 441 Leimbacher, R. C ....... 412 Locke, Dorothy . . .... 489 McClellan, W. C ....... 427 il V.. Lahman, W. C. . . . . 406 Leisenring J. G. . .... 294, 381 Locke, H. C .... .... 9 8 McClelland, Grace L. . . . 100 Laibl, J. W. . . . . . 95 Lejeune, T. F. ....... 4gO Locke, R. J. . . . . . 315. 432 McClelland, Helen . . . 474 3,11 Laidman, S. . . . . . . 316 Le Master, Dorothy ..... 4 4 Lockhart, Grace . .... 501 McCluer, P, ,,.... 338, 425 yfv, Laird, L. K. ........ 95 Le Master, L. ...... 432 Lockwood, Charlotte . . 298, 465 McClure, Dorothy . . . 502 1' Qi' Laist, Elizabeth A. . . . 95, 468 Le Master, use .... 486,494 Lodge, W. T .... . . . 402 McClure, Pauline , , , , , 562 , 41, Lake, Betty . . . . . . . 319 Lemercier, Therese ..... 463 Loe enburg, Flora . . 47 ISIcClure, M, T, . . . . . . 403 I fi Lake,E.B. . . . . - . 397 L011.Y. . . , . . - - 97.374 LOKHILH -..-- - - - 339 McCombs, Vera K. . 100,500 i ,T Lamb, F. W. . . , . 381 Leonard, Bennie . . . . 196 Logan, T. H .... . 98, 432 McConkey, Ruth . . 100, 502 ggi rr l,,, M.- .,.,.,, W -. 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CH or . eorgc, r. . . . 3 3 7' MEEZLJ 'w' ' ' ' 375 379682 Mack JEL' . 293 328 Marlin,z.L. . . .... 419 M1ddleSw0rth,W-B- - - - - 337 ' McCoy' M A ' I ' I I 433 Mack'IJ '. 2 f . ' : . 300,432 Murt0nc,J. . . ..... 104 Nllddlel-On' A1100 ------ SOI 1 y' ' ' ' I . f I incl Maeklr 'G. G. . . 3 o.314 Marlyn.C-W- ----'-- 335 M!dd1el0PfA1'Ce - ' - '06 500 I McCoy, N. D. . ,399 y. 339 4 L C 2 8 1 1, McCracken, E. Z. . . . . . 389 Mackay, Davena ...... 50: Marvel,,C'S' - - . 393,410,414 Mlehert ' ' ' ' ' ' 156 Kai lf McCracken, L. J ....... 100 Mackay, G. G .... 103, 334 425 Marx, L. G. . . . .... 440 Maiimi S- - - - - Io " li McCr0ry,A.F .....,.. Mackay, Mary ..,.... 502 Malcumson, D. K. . . . . - 315 E I . - ' - I - 7 F l ..... :oo 156, 311, 360, 361 Mackay, W. J. ...,... 397 Marvel, Gertrude M. . . . 104 Mlhmf R- G- -J - - - - 445 JV' McCue Hilma . x0o,319, 501 Mackenzie, R. T. ...... 298 Mascher H. D. . . . - 452 M!kk0lS0lh,A- 1- - - - 453 11 McCue:M1:1rg2-get I ...... 463 Iltgacllgln, gnez . 276, 278, 283, 474 1IGas0n,ghiiY . . . . . .Efwe - - - - :fig 'V McCulloug , ar otte .... 475 ac rn, rns ...... 27 474 85011, - - ---- . 1 - - - - ' M- 3' McCullough Mary G. . . . 478 M211mer,W- - -.----- 342 Masvn, H- G- - - - 306 -433 M!leSfR'H- - ' - - 333 W! , ,,., , , 86 M Elh , ' " L. . . . Mn-on, .E. . . .... 416 Mg1ler.Audrey . . - - . 473 all M0221-HD . . . . 3 M:?:Inte:e1Ge:?1EmiaZI . 103 MHZOYMQV-'11 - - . - 241 406 Mgller, C- J- - - - - - - - . sas 1 McDa 1 l, C. . 447 Y 1 . rl Ir Mcuavid QR, , ,,,.., 420 Mac1nura,H.J. ....., 435 Maszerson L. T. . . . . 445 Mgller,C0ra K- . - - - - 29.481 31315 McDavitf Caroline ..... MacNeill, H ......... 438 Mathews, fDoris . . . - . 502 Mrller, C. R ..... 107, 340 346 . , . . f . , . 48,101 461,467 Madden,AliceL ..... . . 103 Mathis, G. P.. . . . - 1 - 411 M3ll0l',D- - - - Q - - 343 453 Wil McDavitt T. V. ...... 390 Maddy, D. C. . . . 315 341 457 Math1s,Rosal1ne . . . 262 463 Mrller, Dons . . 280, 283, 294 466 M wg McDonald, B. A. ...... 101 Madison, F. W ...... I03 443 Mathues, G. . . . . - 332 Mlller, Qorothy . . . . . . 500 9,5 McDonald! E. T. . . . 458 Magison,JRtS. . . . 103 343 Matlockigrict . . - Q04 if? 113112111 - - .306 383 ig? M'-1 ,E McDonnel, .H. . . . . xox a orYk .Ru . . - - 45 Mattiuse fF-A- 1 . . 447 Miller, Giadsr- - - - . 267 316 , ME1138,'3Sihjrf1.' 3 . : 66,352 32222135 J 3 1 . 5 1 1 I 3222 M2..ii?"swa.. . . .... 501 11,110.11-.Cf. .... 31. .r ' McEldowne G. B .... IOI, 392 Magner, W. J. ....... Mauer, W. . 104, 232, 234 441 Mxller, H. R. . . . . . 219 QM-A Mclilhern alrginia ..,.. 502 . . . xo3, 164, 336, 340, 343,382 Mau11in,I.T- - - ---- 437 Miller, H. W. . . . . - - . 330 McEwan, Suzanne A. . . 339,475 MagruderRM. ....... 433 Mnulfailif. L. ,i ---- 105 43g Mggvrfflegh V- - - - 105 432 H , . ,,,. , M ' , .F .... , , axey, arguerne . . . .4 rer . .. .... . .29 3 if. ll S. . . Toi M2Eg:::jc,1.W .... Lo? 54? 24,59 Maxwell, E. C. . . . - 105 Mrllerfjosephme . . . . . 465 W MCWD1 1 - - - ' ' liemvfimfye' - - ' - - zz: llzxxzllrlfv - ' - 22: Melissa- - 5 - - 1 212 3 M1 ,,,, ..o1 arer, ..... .... , .. af' at Mieiliigw- - ' - 375 - - - - - ' 811- ' - - ' - 1:3 Mails:-taxis: A - - .81 ga: rw' 'E.. ........ n.. -.---.--- 429 HY ------ ,, , - -- Q, Lorene . ...... 365 Mgior, C. F. . . 103, zo6, 212,405 Maylaerg, R. W. . .--- 432 Mrller, Luclle . . . . . 501 , rl, McGinnis' Dorothy , , , IOI,439 Ma eever, S. T. . . ....,. 218 Mayer, elen Y. . . . 105 4 6 Mrller, M .... . . 384 4g3 H lg McGinnis, Frances . . . 262,4 I Malcolmsqn,Cherr1e ..... 470 Mayer, I. . . . ..., 44 Mgller, Mabel . . . . . . 4 5 1 'Q McGinty,Al1ce . ...... 492 Maley,W1nmfred E. ..... IOS Ml1Y0l',N-C- - - - - 105 425 Mlllefl Mareece ----- 319 494 1 I McGlone, Catherine . 301, 303, 500 Mallet, C. P ......... 389 Mayes, R. E .... - - 425 533 Mlller, N- A ------- 301, 423 v I McGlothin, Margaret . . 319, 494 Mallory, D. ....- - - - 399 MRYS, A- B- -------- 433 Miller, N- R ----- 315, 390. 394 ' 15 McGlothlin, Martha ..... 494 Malone, Rev. J. W. ..... 319 Mazanek, Laura J. . . . 105 484 Mrller, N. W. . . . . . . 107 f MCS'f",'1'f5,' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 4'9 11llal"E'E'ra.ae.' ' ' 'gga E23 M'ZZ3'S'h" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ii! MlH2f'52'3Sf3.. ' ' ' ' 591 133 't ..... ' .... as ur, fr c . . . , , . . ........ - 1 ' - - - - M M2G::th: Louise . . 101, 274, 232 Malter, M. ........ 426 Mead, G. V.. .... 300, 302 445 M1ller,R.A. ........ . 107 ,' ' if McGrath, Lum ,.,.... 469 Malum P. A. ........ 440 Meade, Harnet . ..... 469 Mrllcr, Qlylvxa A. . . 300, 375 483 fr 15 McGraw, Bernadine ..... 475 Mandel, Nettie ....... 493 Meara, W. . . .... 45 Mlller, . C ..... 107, 361 390 J' MgHcm-y,K,W, ,,,,., 440 Mandel S.W, .....,. 446 Meece, . . . . 105 456 M1ller,W ...... . . . . 375 Q ll Mcllhenney, C. W. . 48, 101, 432 MandelbL. D .... 48, 379, 397 1N1geeks,LI51cXle . ..... 296 Ilgrwian, WH . . .... in If ' ..... ..... t ....... 5: renfua .. 1 5 lf! M?U?va.mf Item? 155, 168, 375, 468 Rgggih, Eleanor ...... gg? H. E .... 105, 220, 382 Mglljkenf Yvonne . . . . 474 ,re McIlwain, W.W ..... IOI,4I2 lltlffangixnggiargaret . . . 103,522 Mehr, . . . . . iog Mrmzkxvh .... . . gg? Q MI .. ...... n,a ........ 9 e1er,...- .- g,'--- Mails?-1!:3E.JE? ..... 101, Mingus, P.gP., Jr. .... 103,145 Meislahn, A. C. . . . . 219 410 M1llner, E. . . . . . 395 ,N McIntyre W. H. ...... 416 Manley, A. E. ....... 403 Melangton. R. H. . . . 164 38I Mrllg, R. G. . . . . . 306 393 'E ' McKay, li. R. ....... 382 Manley, H. ....... 429 Melchmr, C. J. . . . . 105 Mrltxmore, C. A. . - - - 335 l l? McKeague, E. D ....... 375 Manley, .T. ....... 429 Mell, Gladys G. . . . . 483 Mgner, E- C- - - - - - 420 'Ji 'lx McKee, H .......... 101 Manning, H. M. . . IO3, 379, 457 Melton, C. R. . .... 105 Mimi, G- 0 ----- . - Mg lv' 195 McKee, 1,151 ,,,,..... 397 Manfleld, A. ........ 423 Melvin, B. H. . . . 164 395 Mrtchell, Dorothy .... . . 49 ,N 'lf McKelvey, L. ....... 388 ManniHg1R.V ........ 400 1SLZclvln,IvIplen. . . . . . 4682 llwtclllgg, E-J ----- - - McKeown, Lois ....... 497 ante . aura ...... V. 502 evm, xrmma . .... 4 rc , ,Q ...... . . 1 ' U McKeown, Marjorie E. . . 101, 497 Mantz, To ......... 104 Mench. C. R. ...,.... 445 Mgtchcll, 1. . . . 345, 375 422 . ' I M K' l , .D. ...... M l,F.A ......... A3 Mendelovitz, S. W. ..... 105 Mrlchell, .L. ....... 339 1 MEKEQI3' M -.,,, , , 432 Mzg?es,E. M. ....... 41g Mendenhall, I. F. . . 105,374 478 Mrtchell,Loan ..... . . 491 2, ,' McKinney, C. D ....... 534 Marberry, M. M ..... 293. 425 Mem, T- E- - - ----- 439 Mgtchell. - B -------- 413 ll McKinney, Helenj .... 102, 480 Margolis, R ..... 104, 206, 213 Menz, R. E. . . . . . 316, 439 Mltchell, Rebecca I. . 107, 319 497 0 7: McKinney, J, D, ,,,,,, 414 Marguess, G. C. ...... 387 Menzrmer, L. W. . . . 390, 433 Mltchell, R. G ...... . . 406 Q McKinstry, B. L ....... 457 Marine. E. H. - ------ 444 Mercer, D0l'0lhY - - - f 452 Mmlhen. R- M- - . - - - - X64 Q McKnair,HelenW ...... 29 Maris. gowmy ----- 485.496 1IJIIergeyiaAiA. . . . 342 Q- E ---- Q96 :gf 1' ' M ,, 0 ....... 31 erro..... .,2z, 1ce,... , 1' M?Kfught' . ifrgfuiz-az, 436, 486, 496 1813535.62 ....... 41? nhgergrwlxlildred . . . 502 . 422 " ML d ,K th .... 6 M I' , . . ....... 437 e e, irxzinia . .... A75 1 erwa ner, , . I9 ' ' 1NI:::L::'ler:-fisthgr ning .... 263 Mgrniliail, T. W. ...... 409 Merley, K. L. ....... 390 Mrttleman, G. E. ...... 432 ' , McLaughlan, Mae ...... 501 Mark, B. E. ........ 104 Merriken, C. W. ...... 405 Mg!-UCF. E- 5 ---- ---- 3 94 F ' f McLaughlin, E. L. . ..... 464 Marlaire,SMl. ..... . . IDA Merrill, Mildred . . 294,316 498 Mlttler, W. D. . . . - 394 0' " McLaughlin,Harriet . . 305,462 Marberry, .M. ...... 328 Merrill, R. A. . . . 106, 306,457 Mix,G.S .... . . . . 391 ' . McLaughlin, . B. ...... 418 Marquam, W. P. .... 301, 407 Mcrrnll, W. R. . ..... 439 Mochel. G' C- - . - - 299 422 w, McLaughlin, D. , 102, 153, 292 Marquart, Sarah ...... 492 M1-rrit, Leone . .... 462 Mock, E. W ----- - - - 107 ' . 300, 379, 420, 517, 518, 528, 538 Marr: Lillian ....... 481 Merry, W. T. . . . . . 360 Moehlenhof, G. J. . . . . . . 107 1 McLaughhn, Leona , . . 461, 470 Marrmer, L. M. .... 191, 201 Mersbach, A. E. . .... 407 Moeller, Gertrde L. . . . 375 472 is 1 McLaughlin, W. C. . . . I02, 456 Marsh, R. L ......... IO4 Mersereau, Anne . . . 106 478 Moeller, R. G. . . - - - 333 Q McLean, Anita C. . . , 102,194 154, 297, 311, 389, 517. 518, 528 Mesler, Helen G. . . . 106 466 Moffat, Emma . . . 464 as McLoed, D, F ,,...... 416 Mars2aH,II?oEsie ..... 8 50g MertenitAiD. . . . . Mogett,-grace . - - - :gg P MH' ,Tm ........ 375 arsa, . . ..... 29,41 erq. ..--. -- Olun., .---- ---- ,i MgM2l??n, Elizabeth ..... 502 Marshall, James ....... 300 Meskrmen, L. C. . . . 451 MOJQHHICF. H- G ---- I - 107 435 I McManus, F. J. ....... Marshall, J. Y ...... 302, 418 Mcsler, Helen ....... 283 Molma, E. P. ....... 107 - ' 11 . 48, 102, 164, 374, 379, 390, 396 Marshall, P. A ........ 387 Messmzer. I. L ...... r . 428 Moll E. S. ..... 107,437 458 5 1 McManus, J. L. .... 396. 437 Marshall, R. E ........ 400 Metcalf, C. L. ..... , . 444 Monlc, H. H. IOS, 168, 374, 390, 425 ,Q gl McMasters,IYV. H. ...... 45 Marshall,g.g ........ 413 Metzehklg. . 106, 318, 414, 132 hgonkla IRIIIEH ...... 345 ig? MM'Il', ...... t ,. ........ 52 eer,.. ...... .- 101103, H E MEMEIILT Margaret . . . 102, 23:0 M:-tfn1.5C. C. ........ E182 Meyer, B ........ 106 374 Monohan.W- - f - 420 W ri McMillan, Mary C .... xoz, 480 Marshall, J. G ........ 104 Meyer, Bertha ....,.. 462 Monroe, E. P. . . . . - 410 ST! 13. McMurra R. E ..... 102, 398 Martin, B. F. ......., 419 Meyer, F. R ..... 106, 379 452 Monroe, Helen .... . . 48 56 1 McNair, Elenna ...... 502 Martin, C. ....... 382 Meyer, G. A. . . ..... 45 Monroe, Kathryn .... . . 459 R4 Q McNair, R. H. h ....... IO2 Martin, Elle? ..,..... A62 Meyer, . . ---- MOHEBOITICTY, Mggvhy ---- :gg ' , ' ..... t' , ' ....... oz e er, . . . . 1 - Oh l!0m9l'Y, - - - - fa l Mfm? J9se?of?g35,336,346,484 Mgrtlg, .....,,. 504 Meyer, T. F. . . . . 431 Moon. Constance . . - - . 482 Q' l McNeil T.B. ....... 397 Martin, Frances E. ..... Meyer, T. W. . . . 106 Moon,Esther L. . . . . , 482 nd l McNeill,W.T ........ 392 ....... I04,I56.292,414 Meyer, M. . . . 106 Moore, Allce . . . - 375,430 3. 1 ld L AQ ' gl Q31 N IA' r-ae-, ,, , ,, ,- ,- , .. .. .,., ,-M- . , .. .... -.-V ..... ----- - - V if-5 - f f I ' ' !S'1e9'i'3'a rf?A' Efzf maars' . z22i'Qu1z.aZ2rfl: L'aeiw5Aw'iY:" Vis. hw 1 -294 5' 1 ?-1 '9' E64Il l 1 w l l ,. -4 k v 4 1,1 i up if-f -1-r-gf-7 --1---":""':7"",-tr. -'1 --"-Y--5 ' "Tyr-17 r.: vw q--5.-'wzwr 1 . 1 1 1 1 ,l I7 .1 L .1,gQ,i..3..5fi3f4-1elviii-.Ni19giffe+-'L'ffliiiiiif-Bb-'2l1if'f:1rflifwill 1 ' I ' llol A , 4 1 we, 5 Il ' L . . JUL. Q19 INDEX- C ontmued 1 flf-JI 1 llylfl 1 1 ll 35? 'l' l, M00rv.C.K -.----... .197 MUrrHy.Fl0rf1 F- - - - 110.481 Norain,H.B. . . . 429 Otto, C. A. . . . 45 9,.,2g,f ri Moore, Dorothy L. R. . . 108,374 Murray, T. . . . . . . 341 Norcum, Ruth . . . . 168 Overpeck, W. . . . . 434 ' ,y . Moore, ljrnestine .... 339, 490 Murray, G. L. . . . HO, 434 Norin, L. W .... .... 4 52 Owen, H. T. . . . . 437 lj? A fi, N. Moore, Frances ....... 407 Murray, Lolxla . . . . . 501 Norman, Grace E. . . . 112, 499 Owen, . . . . 427 Ml ,V , Moore, Gertrude E. . . . . IOS Murray,Nevada . . . . 402 Norman, H. O. . ..... 434 Owen, argaret . . . , 113 'sv ly All Moore, J. L. . . . . . IOS Murray, R.'D. . . . . . 359 Norman P. L. ...... . 112 Oyster, L. . . . . . . 113 Q 5, Us 1 Moore, H. F. . . . . . 381 Murtzrugh, 1'. J. ....... 453 Norris, W. . . . 112, 313, 456 Y A lf,-5. Moore, H. G. . . . 341, 397 Murvm, T. J. ....... Norris, Laura C. . . 480, 496, 5oz P 1 . K' A1 Moore, N. . .... 433 ..... 110, 154, 297 312,433 Norris, Thelma F. .... 494,496 Pace-1, Wg. . . . . - - 338 . l MOON, -C- . - - - 437 MuSv,L-L- 1 ------- H0 Norris, R. E. . . . . 111,438 Pad ock, ons . . . . 316,484 ll 'lfll M3352'ii'.I'.'a ' ' ' ' 522 11lil'.sl3.2?.l.faLi'51ll.'i ' ' ' ' T?5'2'Sf N0'lE'l-MRE' ' ' ' ' 'ui 113ZeEl3wAv'fj E' ' ' ' ' ' ' 422 Rl '11 ,'.. s ' .... , or,.... .. .. lx Y " 'l Moore, M. ..... 108, 256 Myers, Doiis ........ 501 North, G. N .... . . 339 Pallfrey, T. R. . . . 392 1' , r Moore, R. D ,.......1 405 Myers, D. 5 .... . . . 450 Northlick, W. R. . . . 387 Palmer, C. E. . . . . 402 5 l ,, i'goo1e,5pber1a E 48, 108, 258, 31g hlljllyers, gatilixerine . . . . 476 gorthrula R. T. . , rg: Salmer, . . . 418 ! oore rrgmia . ..... xo ers, . ..... . . 430 L , .... . . u mer, . . . . . 412 ' ll Qi00I'8llCigi,Q B ....... 41 Miers, E .... . . 391 ggiitgg, ilelen . . . 27? galrL1er,1lll11l1ic2J . 113, 501 ,I 1 orava, . ...,.. 6 , 8 yers, . . . . . . 453 t , ..... . . an orst, . . . . . . 397 ' l Morell, Dorothy .... gel Myers, W. S .... . . 430 Nlilvlldlod, Bl I. . . . . . :gi Papanek, S. . . . 113.444 'I4' l ,.., Morey, L., ..... 310, 311, 345 Myler, Ldythe A. . . . . 403 Novak. J. ...... . . 401 lzapanek, Anna . . 304, 502 ,I jf' 3 gy 5 Morf, F. IQ. . . 108, 335 374, 458 Novotnlg, Anna Mae . . . . 480 Iape,.T. .... . . 406 1,3 V 1,5 ' Morgan,L..Q. ....... 409 N Novy, orothy . . . . . 50: PHFHZIHSKI, W- L- - - - - 401 ill ' 4, , Morgan, Mildred .... 316, 498 Nabcr, Kathryn ..... 110, 465 Novy, N, ,,,, ,,,, 4 4 Parc, E ...... . . 441 5 , l if 1 Morgan, R. W ...... 108, 431 Nance, 0.0 ..... . . . 110 Nowlan, R. J. ..,,. 389 Park, S. . .... . . 400 1 if 5 mes. um- - ' 1 A 1.125.121 - - - ... :zz f.er1.W- A- 1 1 ' Q A A Ae- 12::'.:::' A ' h -as 1 lf 1.4 A . . ...5o1 . . . .. , u, ora ..... x54,z59,47 ,. . . .. . .4 gre., ' Lf! Morrell, Essie .. . . . 6 Nash J. . . . . . . 384 N k L, V' ' ' ,,,,,, Parker, nr'on . . . . 482 'T 'N ' l .fl 5 Morris, K. R. .... . . . 5:36 Nay,'B. E. . . . . Ill Nllggs lzosggnlm ,,,,,,, Parker, 0. . . . . . . 113 il K" f ll -1, Morris, Katherinej .... 108,469 Neagle R. J.. . . . . III Null N01-30, , , , ng, 37 Pz1rker,l'uul . . . . . . 374 hill' ij'f.,:'f 13orris,S. ...1... 108 QCZll,6l8lZi: L. . . . 303,463 ' 0 334' 4 II:a1llcer,vlE,ug1 . . . . 490,498 1431 ', lk, , 1 orrgson, '. . . . . . . 453 1 earpass, . '. . . .... 43 D nr er., . . . . . . . . 399 'lx' ,N ' ' Morrison, E. C. . . . . Nebeck H. J. ........ 445 Oathout, Al . . . Pnrkh ll, E. R. . . . . 41o 1 YJ. 1 Morrison, Emma . . . :lg Neckers, J. W. ....... 431 Oberlin, Bedriilce . .... :gg Parkhlll Grace . . .... 466 ll l ii 2: 1 1 Morrison, F. . . . . . 440 Needham Dorothy W. 111, 461, 408 O'Brien, W. C. . ..... 48 Parks, I-lelen 0. . . II3, 494 ,J , I Morrison, Lorraine ..... 467 Needler, W ......,. 412 Obertate, G. P ........ 452 Parks, Ruth . . . . 466 ,, HL, 'E Morrison, R. E ...... 299, 430 Neeld, Margaret E .... 111, 501 O'Brien, W. C .... 311, 443, 538 Pnrks, W. B .... .... 4 I3 " ', . Q, f lg Morrison, R. F ...... 299, 396 Neemeyer, Audrey ..... 485 O'Connell, Alice .... 299, 501 Parmelee, C. W. .... 388,431 .QQ ,fl Morrison, W. M. 48, 109, 374, 43g Neill, H. C. .... . . . 410 O:Connell, T. F. . .... 392 I'urmelce,.Eleano1 ...... 467 l' ye, ,1 Morrow, W. ....... 32 Neill, H. D. ...... Ill, 385 O Donnell, .... . . 409 Parr, Christine M. . 114, 316, 479 1 ,' 1 . , ll Morrow, I'. W ...... 292, 420 Nelson, C. V. . . . .... 445 O'Donnell, ar . . . 491 Parr, Ethel ...... . , 114 , L 1 2,- Morse, A. S. ....... . 109 Nelson, E. F. . . . . . 404 O'Donnell, T. . . . 413 Parr, F ........ 113, 449 L, :..L 1'Ho1se,?.S . . . . 382 Nelsomgvei-lyn . . . . 276,280 gelglerhll-Ielen H. . . 292 gan, .... 314 39 ,431 wr, Xl .o1se,.. . ..43 1eson,'. .... 391 esc aeer.. .. .,39 arrrs, .....457 w l-'ff l Morse, G. .... .... N elson, Frances . . . . . 450 O n,HllW .... . . 21 P8l'l'fSl1. -C- - - - - - - 337 Vi' , l , 2 Morse, isbn ...... 300, 362 Nelson, G ..... - - 316 Ogflelnllziackcr, F. R. . . . . ix: Parrish, D- - - - 431 Q4 ix P14 ,E Morse, . D. D ........ 380 Nelson, H. H. . . . 449 Ogden,.,T..A.. . . . . . 407 Izarsons, E. . . . . . 393 4 12242 ll3'll3.'I'f1"?.""'eA' ' "'9"'6""Z2 i:1l2EiifkffHAN' ' ' ' ill 35l2.X'5glI"a ' ' ' ' 'IES lf2lll?.l'QzHE"5 ' ' ' ' 23? Nil . ,.. ....... 4 ,... .. ,.. .... ,.... .. 4,1 lf' ' Morton, Hel L ....... Nemkovsky A. . . . . 214 0 l t" ,M, , , , , , Partridge, Lois . . . . 472 , 'if g Morron,kLlil1ise ...... 433 Nesbigt s.'l'.. .... . . - 339 OllC??rzlfl?f, H. . . lg? ii: Passman. H- L- - - 304.436 llllg , .Vg 2 Morton, A . . . . 339, 42Q Nesm1tl1,b?aul1neH. . . . III,4g2 8fGrady,R . .... II! isatcla. R-gi .... 3001 447 iq ' . ,f 5 . ose ey. . . . .... wg ezow, orma ....... 4 9 Jeman, . . . ..... 431 ac en, . ...... . . 457 I, ' er. 1 Moses, G. '1' ......... 8 Noxille, E. B. ........ 438 O'K f,C. F. ....... l'alchett.Mursaret . - - 502 5 ' Q, ' 31 Mosher, K. W. ....... 4347 Neville, H. A. . . . 338, 383, 398 O'KSSfg,1G A. . . . 112, 214, gg.: Paton, R. F. .... . . 414 iff, lg, ' 3 Mosicr, Dorothy R. . 109 374, 467 Neville, Julia ........ 501 Olander, . M. . . . . IQI, 410 PHll'lCk. ES'-her H. - - - U41 437 'Lf , i if Q Ivgoss, ......., 109 gevilnsi,IANSa ........ 427 glcolt, . . . . . . . 341 En::0l'S0l1,gffQgdfff0 -"- 475 li if Pl li . oss, . '. ........ ew i , a ine . . . . . 472 eson, le a ........ 490 H CFSOH, Srl 6 -.--- - 501 1, l' Moss, Hazel ...... 298, Newcomb, E. E. ...... 413 Oldfather, Helen .... 164, 462 Pmlerson. E- H- - - - - 458 l ll X 5,2 1' Moulton, Maggaret J. . . 109, 483 Newcomb, La Vonne ..... 482 Oldiathcr, Margaret ..... 1'11li0l'S0l1. can K- - 114. 490 ll ll, I I -g Moulton, W ......... 109 Newcomb, R. ...... 413, 442 ....... III, 266, 276, 46: IZBHCYSOH, -0 -------- 435 .Rl 'Wx E 1'H0u,-gonugfggal-et ,,,,, 8-,gg Newcomer,lI:II.L. . . . . . 3823 glifathe-rvWCA. ...... 384 :,:::2lr2gL1, . . . . ,E "gr, ' 1 ouxon . ........ ewcomer, .... . . . ear .... ..... 3 , . . . . . . 1 rl ly, 1 Mowat, iD. H. ....... 4323 Newell, D. M. . . . . 384 0liver,lR. L. . . . 112, 34'-i Patterson, M. R. . . . 413 gl! pf 1 Mowery 0.0 .... 199, 374, 415 Newell, Mildred ...... 499 Oliyer, T. E. . . . . 338, 401 Patterson, 0- 5- - - . - H4 fl .lfl 5 A I 2 Moyer, fllanchc ,,..,,, 50: Newey, Har1elA ....... 472 Olllflc, J. C. . . . . . 441 gatterson, su? I. . . . ng lr lg lfflugg 33525: 1 ' 1 1 1 1 223 5 5 5 54,361,251 522322515523 : 1 1 322 532ll2'5?Ff. fl 1 ' 3 2 237 il Yi w -,W o er, .... ..... e w lr , e e ....... mste , . . . . . 433 3 011, OQISC - - - - 01 ' Jiffy Mullen., .,,,.,, 322 Ne-wn1nn,IAIdflaidc ..... ggi 8:ney,il?.L. . . 335 gaumdfijlalde . . . . 472 , 1 . ue ge, . .... 191 196,39 ewmnn, een .... 339, 475 sen, . ......... 3 HU, - ' - - U41 43 li 'L 1 ' "4 Mueller, Floren ...... 86 Newman, Jess'e ....... 80 Olsen, P. B ......... . 452 Paul. Edna - . ---- U4 1' ' ', Mueller, Lillinnci . .... 286 Newport, Vivilnn .,.. 319, 294 Olson, C. F. ........ 396 Paul, H. G. . - - 395 l Q 1 E-,Q 'l Mueller, G ....... g 4o5 gewttm, 1.3.11 .C . . . . 396 glson, 214, 335, 347, 381, 393 II:::kuL.G. F . iii 4:11, f - 1 .va 4 ue er, orence .... 2 , eys rom 11 ys . . 7I son, .... ...... 4 4 , . . . , , 'lewis Mualllc-E G ..... 6 .9. ggi lgiclllogashlrlgen ....... :og glson, ........ 432 gaulman-AHE, Jr. . 342, 4138 vi ,Ll , y 5 u , . . 109,191 I9 318,381 IC os, . . ..... 111,45 son, . ,. . . . . . 20 axon, . . . . 20 .2 9 117' ' 5 . Muhs, E. ......... Nichols, Elizabeth . . . . . 497 Olson, 'Ruth C. . .... 113 Paxton,Melva . . - - - - 503 gl tl, 2 Mulberry, Dorothy g .... 323 gtllicgols. . . .... 426 glson, SEM. M . . . . 390, 409 gayne, B. 0. . . . , xg.: lb .gt ,N lv . . . 109, 153,25 ,312 374, IC os, een ..... 111, 2 son,.ema . ...... 374 HYDE- elm 1' - - --1- 4 . yi all Mulcay, A. G. ....... im Nichols, Marforie . . . . . 197 Olson, Stella ........ 339 Peabody, Dorothy ....1 - 473 'l ,l . Wll Mulhall, Lew ........ 383 Nicholson, C eo ....... 466 Olson, W. C ..... 113, 241, 391 Pfillwdy, Ruth D- - U 374. 439 '1 'W '53, Mullins, Elizabeth ...... 296 Nicholson, D. ....... 409 Olwin, H. . ..... 430 Peacock. G. A. ....... 397 lifl 1' 1' Q , Mumford, H. W. . . 33 318, 421 Nicholson, Myrth W. .... 481 Oneal, . E. . . .... 113 PCHFCC. E. L .--.---.- U4 ll 'll . 1 . . . 4 -'l l fi ,1 Mumford, Virginia ..... 464 Nickerson, L. W. . . 111, 340, 410 0'Ne1ll, Mary . . . 283 Pearson, E- G- - - - - ' ,ll 7 ll li, Zfl Muncsella, Amelia E. .... no Nickol, E .......... 444 Ongley, F. F. . - . 397 Pearson. C- 0- - - - Hg ll ' gl f'-JZ. Munn, R. R ......... 416 Nickol, W. B. .. .... 111, 444 Orarec, J. A. . . . 431 Pearson, E. L. . 114, 39 1' I Qrgffiy llllliikifelisk. J 5 f..5,g.4,23Z Nl2f.'S?,yL3i?l.I"if."'? 2 ' 1 1 ??'1 32E2?lf'1l'.'f' 1 . ' 2 322 liilfzlifllf : g : 5 : : 1.5.33 a 4 .mg W Munson, Louise ....... 478 Nieburger, Mildred . . . 501 Osborn, L. B .... . . 113 Peckenpaugh, Elizabeth 115, 478 -,A ... ,j lxlurclainsranfi. . . .,.. 4o5 giegermapf ?arah A. ..... 491 gsgorne, MR. .t ...... ng Ilzeegles, gl. ...... . 43? I N . ur , . .. . . . , ie aus, een ....... 112 s orne, argare ...... 47 ee es, . . ..... . . 40 a 'rg l y Muriihi, C. T. . .... gg? Nieman, Alva ....... 50: Osgood, Edith ..... 259, 465 Peet, Jane .... . . 464 ll W F' 51 1, Murphy. F. D. . . . . 301, 384 Niles, R. A. .... 335, 323, 397 Osgood, Helen E. . . 48, 113, 465 Peffer, Helen H. . . . 469 4, W ffl ,Q Qgurplgy, Fred J ....... 30g Nilsen, gilgan M ..... 1 8, 431 8sgoog,K.g. ....... 3g9 geger. T. C.F. .' - - 422 ll r . ,.., ..... , ' n . ...... , . . . . ........ e man, .... 115,443 Env, l ' Mdighyli, r. . . . lui 4:1 C. R. ........ 405 Olgagughnessey, E. W. . . 206, .383 Peltason. R- - - - - 115. 411 l 01 :Q ,Q Murphy, . F. . . . 164, 458 Noble, Louise ........ 5oo O'Shen, Helen ....... 470 Pence, G. E .... .... 4 58 Q Murphy, L. M. . . . 110, 341 Noble, Margaret S. . 48, 111, 462 O'Shca, M.,F. . . . . . 336 I'enli'eld,E. H. '. . . . . 407 ix, - U 1 Murphy, L. W. . . . 290, 407 Noble, W. L .... .... 2 6 Osler,Mar1on G. . . . 113 Penrith, thelyvinne . . . 480 ,l 2.3! l Murphy, R. C. . . . . 418 Noble, W. N. . . .... 398 0t1s,Elmo1 . . . . . 473 Percival, Pauline . . . . 462 N' by , Murphy, R. C. . .... 193 Noel, E ..... . . 316 Ott, Florence C. . . 374 Percival. Stella . . . . 46: ' ff' fl Murphy, . . . 110, 383 lqrlofl, B. .... . . 44g g .... . Ilg gerdre, P. . . . . 115 . 1 L l . 1 ,.. u. . ... .oar, . ..... --39 . .z. .. .44 erger, race .. ..5o1 1, . UQ ' Mlirlvayll Eta E. . . . . lilo Nolting, Gertrude . . . 502 Otto, Alice . . . 466 Perkins, Beulah . . . . 466 if ... A , ' ' , 5- 3 'Q' nv! , E 1--' 1 Ig' 'lx l ill, A l'5'fj'l - 8. , .. L--. -. I c- - .--cc - 8 1 - 9. 9 .-------4 ,' in 52111271223 af? ,gl-f1f?5LL:i 772555. j'1J..2f5:p3..312fg?J.?fTs.f.' 'ful 1:52 -z?iXM:Z1ifIfrg'5?.. 115311 5 H.. l642l vw 1 m. r 4 Q L i id 1 - , 1, ,fl fr .1 i 4 L'-, gl YK -:v ,Eff H9 5 wh' f ' ifi 7! .1 I FY 4 .T , . ,+L ' Perk ns, C. A. . . , . . f Perkgns, F. M. . . . 305, Mf 1 Perrine Izola ........ bij V Ferry, . . . 241, 405, erry, ...... .... hd Peterhans, Susan ...... ily? Peterson, A. E ....... , M Peterson, A. F ........ 3152 Peterson, A. L. . . 295 316, "W Peterson, D. E ....... . V141 Peterson, Estelle M ...... 5 I Peterson, H. C. . . . . . . M5 Peterson, H. S ...... 115, 1-V3 Peterson, I. L. . . . . . . k 3 Peterson, Kathryn . . LP" Peterson, Mathilda. . . , 5, Peterson, R. M. . . . . . lf Y Petesch, Angella ...... Pettigrew,Evaline . . . 298, v 1 Pellgngill, Kathryn ..... Peltngrewf gl. . . . . . l' --- I, 3413313401335 VQ5 Petty, Crystal ...... 4 . Ip Pfankuchen L. E. .... . 5,6 Pfeiffer, ls. iv. . . . . , ,, ggngstfnih . . . . U U , . . - . . . 71 i31'2i?'s'VnL1a ' - ' - ' 1 1 ups, . . . . . . . 522:16 2-ff 4 - 4 , 1 ps, . . . . . . ' PhiDlgS, C. G. . . . . . . 112 Phipp5,H. T. . . . 115, ' Phipps, T. E. . . . . 398, 541, Phipps, W. F. . . . . . . 3 2' Plckels, G. W. ...... . yy Pickles, Lola K. . IIS, 486, , ' ,J , Egeper, Gejtrude ..,.. . 5 zcper . . ...... . . Piercefig. .... . . 5 , Pierce, Catherine . . . ' 1, gierce, gyylglis . . . . ' xerc , . .... . . 4 - , Piercif, Josephine . . . -' gjcrson, galgline . . . iffy nerson, . . . . . . . giity,-IMable . . . . i e, . .... . . 6 ' Pilchard E. I. . . . 1 ow, . . . . . . . . . , 1 - I'iper,g. T. . . . . . . . ?' , Piser, ........... 1, , Pgscr, Gertrude . . 488, 461, Ilzgsllga, Envjlelyn . . . . . . ns ur, . .. ..... 37 , ' 5gi1uck,v1oI.I4 . . . . , 'I xney, . 1. . . . . . . V- 2 Pitraj,Lelia M. . . . . 487, Eargi1eHC.EW. . . . . . 71. a . '. . . . . 1 Platt: Lucille . . 1' Hunlliea CC BB . . . . . un e , . . . . . . . . 4 ' Poa B. G. . . . . . , I 1 Poegfer, I. E. . . . . . 4 Poggensee, Emma . . . 1x5, , ' gogfhleac, C.A ........ ' o , ary . ...... . , V Pollack, M. ...... 116, - gy-,sg , II:oHittl!BAi-Ev.. I ' I I I I Uyfw' 0 OC , . . . . , . , 1 I'omeroy,'1Jean . . . , TI . Hx Ponting, .C. . . . 206, f,-13 gonzexbI'g.S. . . . . zu, - ' opc, a en . . . , . W Porter, F. M. . . . . ,1 Porter, H. E. . . , . . J, Porter, J. D. . . . . . . 9 gorterqzurlei . . . . . 116, f '- or er, u ....... . 5,2 Porteriield, R. V. .... . . I1 , Potter, Tessie L. .... 116, 2" gotten . . 116, 379, ff 7 ottes, . . . .... . f Eoftlizgril. . . . . 116, E' ' 0 !S, . . . . . . . . ' 'g Pouk, Ruth ........ Pound, Margaret ...... .RQ 'I gonna, 161131 . . . . , 259, fy' UWC 5 - - - U .3F4,379r 1 Powell, Clara L. ..... . 51 -j Powell, Dorothy M ...... Q Powell, Elilabcth .... 464, j Powell, Mary Louise ..... iff-" Powell, M. E. . . . . 116, :Wg ', Powell, Ruth' ........ fam' Power, Mrs. 5. A. . . . 267, 5-7 1' Powers, F. B. ..... 116, 3 4, V Powers, Florence . . . 339, f ,gm Powers, Kathryn . . . . . ffm, 5 Prather, C. L. . . . . aj . 1, , ffl! ' CQ. ffh ,ifw A1 1571. wx In 4 C '1-fi V- 4oo 411 495 443 422 262 390 443 381 440 433 388 395 395 464 499 448 5oz 464 399 408 494 422 442 435 407 436 193 409 419 444 444 431 437 339 496 115 420 408 5oz 464 322 4 466 388 478 1 232 382 454 443 317 339 5oz 453 401 407 461 Z3 476 IIS 319 115 407 472 423 1x5 434 468 425 116 428 465 :ro 388 469 395 402 294 466 501 392 374 447 412 411 415 450 4 5 465 388 116 487 5oz 5oz 415 457 168 442 480 501 40: INDEX- Continued Pratt, E. S. . . Pratt, R. G. . Preble, C. . . . . Prcslcr, Edrie M. . Price, A. A. . Price, E. . . . . Price, C. C. . Price, H. E. . Price, R. A. . Price, R. M. . Price, W. R. . Price J r, . ..... . 1'ricbc,A, F. . . 153, Priewe, Flossie L. . Prideau Lucille L Primm,1i.E. . .'. Primm, J. F .... Pringle, K. R. . . .' Pritchard, H. K. Prichard, W .... Pritchett E. H. . . Prouty, D. . . . Provine, L. H. . . '. Provine, Prof. L. H. Pruden, B. . . . . Pruner, W. E. II . . Puderer, P. C. . . . Puett, Otto M. . . Pu h,R.L. . . . Puiien, Edith .... . . . 8, n7,z76, Puntney, . . . Purcell,C ..... Purdunn,C. M. . . Purves,Jessie . , 8 153, 24 , Purnell, R. .... . Pursell, L. D. Pursell, L. D. Pusey, Lora G. . Putman, W. J. . Pyle, C. W. Pyott, G. W. Pylm, L. J.. . . Puzey, Ercel L. . . Quackcnbush, B. f f ix6, f f ini, 597375. . - 433, i17..i16, 506,555 If f f 34554471 f f ixi, Q86 374. 576 .Q6i, -- - - - - - U7 374,379 ueenan,J.W .... ,375,432: uernheim, Marie . ucstel, D. D. . . uick, Marion E. . uindry, F. . . uinlan, Helen . uirke, l'. T .... R Rabens, G ..... Rabinowitz, Edwin Ractser L. V. . . Radforcf, N. H. . Radley, R. H. . . Rafferty, T. N. . . Rafil, Rosalia .... Ra sdale, Virginia . . Rate, H. E. . Rainey, R. N. . Rainford, C. . . Ramsey, Todd Rand, A. L. . Rand Helen . Randall, Edith DQ I I Randall, G. S. . . Randecker, T. H. . . Randolph, F. T. . Rankin, F. H. . Rankin, Helen . Rankin, Irva J. . . Rankin, J, T. . Rankin, QW. . Rankin, illett . . Ransdcll T. F. . Rapp, M'. G. . . Rapp, O. L. . . , Rasmusen, R. N. II Raster, Corrine . Raster, H ..... Ratcliffe,R. L. , . Rathbun, R. R. '. . Ratledge H. W. - . Ratsek, C .... Ratzesberger, L. Raue, Ethel A. Rawson, Alice T. . Ray, G. R. . . Ray, W. C. . . . Raymond. R. T. Iliayner, W.v'Ig,I. ayney, . . . Rea, G. 'II .... Rea. J. R. . . Read, Flossie M. . Real, I. L .... ai fl7,46f, f I iq, f f iii, I I ini, i1zi,g1S, f I ini, - f 3991 596.316, 118,24x, I f ini, 374,379, f fivi, 118336, .' f ini, 357 436 419 437 400 446 422 453 440 116 449 393 333 117 497 393 x17 457 395 457 45 540 413 314 453 23 385 117 490 405 440 412 463 410 457 117 117 453 117 439 386 490 391 437 50: x17 477 429 475 339 423 455 319 402 427 422 475 464 118 328 432 479 406 433 482 444 434 431 406 47I 483 386 430 316 II8 450 415 50: 415 438 334 458 118 417 118 463 45 425 427 13 334 4oo IIS 409 Rearick, E. M. . . Rearick, F. G. Reddick, W. C .... Redekcr G. C. . . Reece, H. X. Reed, A. M. Reed, F lossie Reed, J .... Reed, J. E. . . Recd, H. . Reed, . C. Recd, Robert . Reed, W. V. . Reeder, S. . . Reeder, W. . . Recdy, H. Reedy, uth 48. Reese, Romoln . . . . . Reeves, Dorothy L. . Reeves, K. G. . . . Rchor, Marjorie . . Rehling, A. J. . Rehm, A. C. . . . Rehm, Margaret . . Reichel, Lela May Reichel, R. T. . . Reichman, Alvina . . Reichmann, Elizabeth Reid, Emily . . . Reid, George .... Reid, G. L. . . Reid, ianice . Reid, . L. . . Reiilcr, R. M. . Reinach, R. S. . Reinhart M. A. . Rcisch, E. . Reitch, R. E. . Reitsch, R. . . Rendlen, Claire . . Renfer, Ethel M. . Renker Helen Rcnking,n.L. I . Rennc,J.A. . . . . Rennen, Betty . . . Renner. E. H. . Reno, R. C. . Reno R. R. RemJiCk,F. I I I Resch, A. . Resch, F. A. . Rcssler, Fern , . Rettberpz. W. A. . Revell K .... Rcw,Gertrude . . Rex, C. H, . ' -' 293 Reynolds, Doris . . . Reynolds, Elizabeth . Reynolds, Ethel M. . Reynolds, K. L. . . Reynolds, M ..... Reynolds, Mabel F. . Reynolds, T. G. . . Rhode, C. S .... Rhodebush, W. H. . Ribback, G. . . . Rice, Carolyn .... Rice, H, H. . . . Rice, Lora ..... Rice, N. L. Rice, Ruth ..... Rice, Vivian .... Rich, A. D. . Rich, E. L. . . Rich, . . Rich, illian Richards R. . . Richart, E. . . Richmond, H. E. . Richmond, P. . . Ricketts, A. E. . . Rickman, T. H .... Riddle, Frances L. . Rider, Dana . . . Ridge, P. A. . . Rings, R. M. . . Riker, Edith, . . . Riley, D. E. . . . . Rinnker, Clarissa . , Rinehart. Elizabeth F. Ringel, H. N. . . . Rinpzel. Rita .... Rink, E. A. Roirdon, R. B. Rippie. C. W. . Riser, R. O. . . Ritchie, C. B. . Ritchie, D. G. . Ritt, A. E .... Ritter, Alice A. , Ritter, Frankie . Ritter, V. W. Roark. E. T. . Roat, W. 0. . f643l 119. ix6 328 iuj 233 U91 300, 335, 339, 318, 118, 305, 393. 297, 2991 374. no, 119. ici, 197, 461, irsi, 375, 516, ind, 3751. 234. hd, 214, 516, 3791 388, ixd, 516. 341, 317, 516, 565. 434 390 379 434 447 394 5oo 316 375 388 433 300 388 393 393 431 2 9 437 494 337 473 415 zzz 5oz 467 395 475 475 457 437 ng 5oz 432 45 423 393 45 191 391 463 437 495 408 434 470 314 389 390 4zo 156 386 296 4.52 453 477 335 482 434 496 410 ISS 496 410 383 398 423 484 434 497 418 468 495 393 399 445 5oz 393 445 4oz 440 435 402 433 479 ng 433 497 4 I 426 473 422 375 421 385 456 44 427 452 472 42 341 458 Robb R. Robbins, Rebecca . . Roberts, E.. . . . Roberts, H. . . . . Roberts L. Luke . . Roberts, Le Van . . Roberts, M Roberts, Mary . . Roberts, P Roberts, R. W .... Robertson, Agnes . . Robertson , L. . . Robertson, argaret J. Robeson, Frances . . Robinson, Anna B. . Robinson, E. B. . Robinson, M. H. . Robinson, Olive . . Robinson, R. . . Robinson, R. I. . Robinson W S Robison, ' . Roche, Adelaide T. . Rocke, Bernice . . . Rocke, Clara .... Roddick, Madeline . Rodebush, W. H. . Rodemeir, M. J. . Rodriguez, E. Roeder, L. M. . Roenius, K. E. . Roeskc, A. G. . Roeske, R. C. . Roewade, A. G. . Rogan, W. E. Rogers, Carol Rogers, D. C. Ro rer, Helen . Rokusek, F. E. . Rollins, O. 0. Roll,Hortense . . . Roloff, C. H ..... Romano, Theresa M. Ronneberg E. F. . Ronneberg: Lillian V. I Ronneber ,E. F. . . Ronalds, S. . . Rood, Evelyn . . Rosales, L .... Ro5borouih,W. . Rose, ' Rose,Frahcc5 . Rose, Rose,Thelmu . Rose Roseixerry, C. . . A.. .. S.B .... W.C. ... Rosecrans, C. . . . Rosenbauer Louise .C. 595 no, 339, RosenbaumfElizabctl1'J.' I Rosenberg, Anna G. . Rosenberg, S. M. . . Rosenberg, Thelma . Rosene, R. W. . . Rosenfeld, D. . . Rosenfelt A .... Roscnthaf,iM. . . Rosenthal, .M. . . Rosenthal, L. V. . . Rosenthal, Rosalyn . Ross, Charlotte . . Ross, Helen . . . Ross, Ruth H. . Ross! V. B. . . Rosslter, L. J. . Roth, Helen . . Roth, H. D. . . . Roth J. P .... Rothfaaum, Pauline . Rothe, C. R .... Rothe, H. C. . . Rothe, O. H .... Rothfuss, W.iI .... Rothrock, He cn V. . Rothschild,1g. H. . . Rothstein, .B. . . R0ttmayer,S.I. . . . Rouch, M. G. . . . Rous, O. J' ..... Rousch, Dorothy . Roux,L.L. . . . . Rovelstad. R. P. , . Rovens,W. . . . Rowe, R. L. . . Rowe. W. L. . Rowcll,L.J. . . gowland,J.I. . . oyer, . . . . Roger, . . . . Ru eck, A. M. . . Rubens, Hannah , Rubens Sylvia N, . . Rubinjisthcr. , . . Rubinstein, Ruth T. . Ruby, C. .... . . 1 .48 120, 1 565 468 isi hd 575 391 xzo, 575 ici no, 555 Aoi 336 337 311 in 517 598 120 Arai im 120 no, 506, s 417 469 440 393 457 328 316 486 454 388 500 425 477 478 473 432 538 474 392 439 450 415 no 479 479 501 43I 391 401 420 435 382 382 382 406 502 408 5oz 394 408 470 451 45 443 483 302 393 Qi 4 3x6 388 490 41 x 346 398 388 335 4 1 476 491 446 466 433 423 41 r 433 346 423 476 466 465 374 no 414 485 385 411 476 339 453 458 388 I20 428 426 425 435 375 467 40: 120, 394 315, 446 421 43g 40 382 391 437 43 4 1 476 499 476 234 I .5 1 2 7 ..,....-.-..,..--. -.W A H-- w' ' mr -1 4 1 1 . ...-wif f 3 i W' 4' . . 'itil'-.,1ia'a55..iTi.. QP..- .. vi 1 . ifE.,lf,l U 'i 2' NS, 1 INDEX- Continued 127 Uv 'ULU' 1 elrbl -1 ii"I,'s. 1:1 'klimlliw J Rudd, R. D. . . . . 375,398 Schildhaucr F. J. . . .. . 402 Secpc R. A. . . 'Q , 89 S'egeI, Fran . . 3, E ... Rude,w.B. . . . .... 421 Schilling,CfG ...... 122 314 Seger,'J.L. . . . isa siemennutics. . . . E23 gf, Rudman, Leah R ...... . 493 Schrrrmacher, F. C. . . . 122 458 Sego, M. . . .... 439 Siewe1t,H.J .... . . 407 'lwhi Q3 Rudolph,G.A ........ 121 Schlagenhauf,Leonore . . 485,318 Seidel, J. J. . . . . . 452 Signor,Nelle M. . . . . 463 1154.23 V, lliuei-,Df'1.I .... 222,375,388 gclhiagenhfulxk Lillian E. . . . 318 geiger, . . . . 434 gii1es,A.WN M. . . . 125,398 i'5,y. H, ue '. r ....... 409,121 c enz, . '. ....... er er, . . . . . 3 iverman . . . .... 55 2"-st .-'i' Ruehe,H.A ......... 402 . . . I5Q,893,3l9,31S,379 430 Seiler, Doris . I. . . . 386 Sim S. . f .... . . 125, :OI Ruettrnger, . . . 308, 385 Schlesma, Vrvtan ..... , . SOI Seimans, Ratherme . . . 463 Sgmicus, C .... .... 1 25 gi. All Nl RuffianHV1rg1nra . . .... 490 Schl1cht1ng,W. G ....... 122 Serp, Louise .... . . 461 Simmonds, G. E. . . . . . 402 I fd! ,Q Rugg, elen C. . . . . 121,464 Schlmgman,1'.F ....... 398 Seipp, Maudc.L. . . . 483 Simmons, G. F. . . . . 451 ijg , .3 RUUISGY. Elinor W. . . . 121, 501 Schlatter, C. F. . . . 437 Setter, Catherme . . . . 464 Simmons, H. D. . . 394 4419, : nu Rumsfeld, G. D. . . . 121, 418 Schluter, H. J. . . . 403 Selrgman, Esther . . . . 476 Srmmons, R. E. . . 407 4- 5154, 77,3 . . . . 394 g:::lIm11glz,eVV.CF.B. . . 12: Senf,lj.velyn I. . . . . 124,471 g1rnon,?.wJr. . . . 411 llf-5,1 ,, . .. . . . z , . . . . .4 enn, ..... .... 3 93 rmon, . . . . 401 1' ," uf Runyon, Mary . . . . 469 Schmidt, C. L. . . . 398 Senne, Jeanette . . . . . 477 Simon, W. H. . . 413 5 lf, 14 lliupp,J.hC. 1 , . . . . 431 Schmidt, E. F. . . . 451 Sergeant, Gertrude . . . . 338 Simonich, L. J. . . . 206 riff. 114 i,l:.d1tl1 . . . . 502 Schm1tt,A.W. . . . 46 Setticmrre,I:l1zabeth . . . . 463 S1m0ns,A .... . 428 1, , , . . . . . . . 399,415 Schm1tt,H.I. . . . . I22 Seufcrt,R.L ...... . . 452 Sxmpson, D. R. . . . 402 -1 , 1 5' . . . . . . . . 2cwafdHJ,g, .... . . 46 gimpson, . . . 6 135 ffifg ,, , '. ......... . . . . . ewe, . . . . . . .420 rmpson, . . . . .39 4 9 ,vt-4. . Russell, .A ......... 413 Schock, Francis . . . 295 Sexauer, Margaret . . . . 474 Sims, Cora . . . . . . . 501 ti, 1 iff Russell, Wleryl A. . 48, 121, 283, 477 Schoch, P. F. . . . . . 382 Seybold, R. L.. . . . . . 410 Sims, Lillian . . . . . 494 fvf ., .Qu Eussel,bNyda M. . .1 .... 429 gclgockBpaFi-1.1. . . 122, 222 gcyiarth, . . . . 454 Ern1i,Lo1ial .b. i . . . 276 SOI ,LU ussen ergcr, arguerr e . . . 4 4 c oen ro , . . . . . . 423 efmour, . . . . OI inc air, " iza ct1 .... 339 473 3 ,HL I Russey, E. M. . . 301, 302 404 Schoenield, .Edith . , . 301, 468 Seymour, G. E. . . . ?24 Singer, M .......... 428 ,l,i7.1Jfgu 2.7152 ll2uvellhNT ......... 428 Sclgoen1nii:rhLi.:X. . .... 439 glgatiier, . . . . 435 gitterlyI,L, ....... 6 . . 323 'limi f 1, Yun. - - --'-- 429 C 00113 1 . . - -301 ner, '. ... . . . I2 ittig . 1. .... . I5 ,219,3 El . 475413. Ryan, L. H. . .... 383 Schoiield,'1'.C. . . . 391 shafcf,P.L.M. . . 397 318 skuaden,H.w ........ 458 ,Uh - - ' zz: 121212 E' i ' - - azz - ..- - -1- ' s'.:e'ae..2-.4 ' ' - :gg 1 ,Wt , -- --.----- , -'- -- .. a cr,'ranc1s . . . . .31 ogan, rea.. ,... .5 .,, 1. 'lhgii RYk0ff, Llwlla D- - - - 121 475 SCHOOIBYLC- H- - - - - 293 Shaiton, T. T. ..... 317 423 Skrelunas, G, W. . . . 453 91,7 S gclgottfl. it . . . 432 2Hatllen1l:er1ieIr,1'.L. ..... 412 g:eadd,BI-Ielen L. . . . 125 ,ljgqj rw: , e owengcr , . . . . . . 4 ' anc, . ..... . . . 11 oan, ca rice . . . . 473 . ' . Saben,Adelrne . . . . 121 Schram,J ...... . . 4ll Shanhouse, L. . . . . . . :II Sloan, H.J. . . . . 125 374 I ..,tt,f Sachar, A. L. . . . . 428 Schrader, Erma . . . . 316 Shanks, P. K. . . . . 168 405 Sloan, H. . . . - - - 399 l4,?Q'i'i 3 "dl, 530115, M1909 , - - - 455 Schrader, H. . . . . 316 Shanks, R. I' .... .... 3 96 Slow, Lura '. . . . 500 , WH -iltjla SHCIIS, 8l'.l0l'l0 - - - 493 Schraeder,Helen . . . . 470 Shapera, Charlotte . . . . . 488 Smale, R. . . . . 316 F tj-4,1 ,gym Sacks, R. P. . . - - - 411 Schreiber, C. A. . . . 123 426 Shaper0,Churlotte . . - . . 339 Small, Hon. L. . . . 26 ,l ?.'1V 15.7, Sager, J. C. .' .... . . 121 Schreiber, E. J .... . . . 433 Shapiro, H. F. . ..... 426 455 Smallly, E. E. . . . 425 il lil jj 9.15 1, Sage' JQ5eDhlnC C- - - ' 121 SChl'CPf9l'1F-A ----- - - 535 Shapiro, S.I .... .... 4 26 Smed erg li. . . . . 418 - 1,1161 1,115 3. Sa ud,,L. .... . . 401 Schroeder, Amanda M. .... 375 Shappert, L. J. . . . 124 410 Smedley, W. . . . . . 375 'rlf-.. .Hung gZl?khCll'lv.B.. . . 426 gclllrocger, Kg.. ....... 435 ihappeipw. . . . . . 410 gn1cjL1ak Eldna A ..... 126 473 Lyme amomlvlan- --01 .....,...12 6 ' .... .. 't,..... 'Eff.f!, gz1:inl5g,An166li15 . . . . . 3,70 . . l13,3I.? A4251 J. C. . . . . . . . ...- 435,132 'I axs ur , . .. . . 301 302 c roe cr, . . .... 123 451 Sh' k A l'. K. . . . . 't , .......... 401 Tfzf lg ganee. . . . . 455 gcErum,.iX:nm1 . . .... 502 I? .... . . 386 C6arl:et0rhR. 126 292 312 1374.1 ,153 ,, a ce, een . . . . 4 3