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Ji f 'fu v A ,Vps ,. iff -C W A O THAT ingenuous soul who after perusal of this volume asketh its theme, we reply "Knowledge" In the manner of the typical col- legian we have chosen to lay this ILLIO against a backgroundof knowledge. The world is our prov- ince. Do we not reply to the satiric inquisitor that the pursuit of knowledge is our raison d'etre? Call this standardized answer what you willg it is proh- ably the truth. We need not look far for our exemplars. The following few pages are devoted to all those men who have attained heights in the pursuit of knowledge at which most of us shall never do more than gaze in awe and wonder. But if, in our four year quest, we shall have learned to appreciate truly what lies behind their words of learned length and thundering sound, we shall have taken the first step along the road. ,THE ILLIO OF i929 he prime function of the University of Illinois is to prepare young men ancl Women of the State for citizenship in the large sense--life in human society. The University seeks to preserve the ciemocratic ideals of this nationis founclers through the provision of puhlic higher eclucation for the many. It strives to assist Democracy through the training of leaders. So-callecl extra-curricular activ- ities in college may he useful in the development of our future leaders, hut a thoroughly eclucatecl citizenry is the most important factor. Illinois, therefore, honors scholarship! You may partially repay the State, which malies possihle this training for leaclership, hy making the most of your ecluca- tional opportunities. a RW! THE ILLIO OF V929 HON. LEN SMALL THE BOARD OE TRUSTEES The Governor of Illinois The Superintendent of Public Instruction Hon. Len Small, Springfield Hon. Francis G. Blair, Springfield OFFICERS OF THE BOARD M. TREES, Chicago ..........,.,........... . . .President HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, Urbana. . ,.... Secretary A. M. BURKE, Champaign ..... ,.... T reasurer LLoYo MOREY, Urbana .........,.,............ Comptroller ELECTED MEMBERS james W. Armstrong Merle J. Trees Mrs. Anna W. Ickes Mrs. Laura B. Evans William L. Noble Rock Island Chicago Hubbard Woods Taylorville Chicago Mrs. Mary E. Busey George A. Barr Robert R. Ward Mrs. Helen M. Grigsby Urbana Ioliet Benton Pittsfield Blair Busey Barr Morey Grigsby Cunningham Burke Noble Ickes Evans Ward Armstrong 535 gen UIHE ILLIQ OF IQQQI MERLE J. TREES TO 'THE STUDENTS OF ILLINOIS I-IE EDITOR of the ILLIO has asked me to extend a word of greeting to the students of the University on behalf of the Board of Trustees. Sixty years ago, in March of 1868, the University of Illinois, with a faculty consisting of Regent Gregory and two professors, opened its doors to fifty young men. During the first term, another instruc- tor was added, and twenty-seven more students. It would have been an easy matter, if one had been there, to have extended greetings to the whole student body individually. Now, the registration approaches thirteen thousand. As I cannot greet you all in person, much as I should like to, I am glad of this opportunity to write a word of greeting to you. 'V The University of Illinois is peculiarly an experiment 'in democ- racy. It is an opportunity given by the people to the people of the state. It is not interested in making any person to be or to appear better or wiser than any other person--but if it shall have made a few of its thousands better and wiser than they were before, it will have been a success. President, Board of Trustees pm KW! PAGE 23 THE ILLIO OF 1929, New Commerce Building THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CHARLES MANFRED TEIOMPSON, '09, Dean of tlre College of Commerce and Director of the Bureau of Business Research, was born in Fairfield, Illinois, on November 10, 1877. On completing his undergraduate Work here, Ire Went to Harvard University, Where he studied in 1910-11, returning to the University of Illinois in 1912 as an instructor in economics. He continued his graduate work here, receiving his Plr.D. the next year. Since that time he has been serving continuously on the faculty, accepting his present position in 1919. DEAN CHARLES M. THOMPSON I I-IE aim of the College of Commerce is to develop power in sound thinking rather than facility in technique. The College is not interested in teaching students how to sharpen their business toolsg it is interested, however, in teaching them how to malce tools when, after they leave Col- lege, they meet up with tasks for which they have no tools. To put the matter in yet another way, the aim of the College of Com- merce is to give its students a liberal education with a bias toward business. This it cloes by requiring them to major in economics, accounting, business administration, and business law, by offering a variety of subject groups from which students may select according to their individual needs, and by permitting a rather liberal choice of elective courses. QL! P77 J iii! THE ILLIC CF IQZQI Clrernistry Building THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Kanmuc CHARLES Brmcocx, Dean of flue College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, was born in South Brookfield, New York, on September 8, 1864. He studied at tlve University of Mirxrzesota and at Harvard, completing lvis worlc tlrere in 1896. On leaving Harvard, lve became an assistant professor at the University of California, 'rvlriclv position lve left to accept tlre presidency of the University of Arizona in 1903. From 1910 to 1913 he served as a specialist in lviglver education on tlve United States Bureau of Education, accepting DEAN KENDRIC C. BABCOCK lris present position at tlre end of tlrat time. HE College of Liberal Arts and Sciences was founded in 1913 by the union of the former College of Liberal Arts with the contemporary College of Science. Since that time the Colleges of Commerce and Education and the School of Journalism have arisen from former departments of this College. It is still the largest of the Colleges, not only in the number of its students, but also in the size of its faculty. Its nineteen separate depart- ments and its afliliation with the other Colleges, and Schools of the Uni- versity oiler the student a general education. The College offers special curricula in Chemistry and in Chemical Engi- neering, as well as pre-professional courses in preparation for journalism, law, and medicine. The College provides, moreover, instruction in its several departments for students registered in other Colleges to such an extent that it may well be considered the general service school of the University. J 1 I pm Hifi PAGE 25 ,THE ILLIC OF I929 New Agriculture Building THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE HERBERT WINDSOR MUMFORD, 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 be was graduated in 1891. Returning to his alma mater in 1895, be served as an instructor and assistant in the Agricultural Experiment Station, attaining bis full professorslrip in 1899. In 1901 be became Professor of Animal Husbandry at the University of Illinois, and since that time bas been here continuously, serving in his present capacity since 1922. PAGE 26 DEAN HERBERT W. MUMFORD VERY large part of the population of Illinois lives in what may prop- erly be called a rural environment. It is the duty and privilege of the College of Agriculture to train men and women for successful achievement in such an environment. It is the aim of the College to malce available to ,its students, through systematic instruction, the discoveriesiof scienceancl the experiences of the best farmers of all time. Through experiment, investigation and research the Agricultural Experiment Station is constantly discovering new knowl- edge which is put into teachable form for the benefit of students and farmers. The College is also interested and primarily concerned with the training of men and women who, because of their education, will be able and willing to render a greater service to the world. . 754W -THE ILLIO OF 1929, DEAN MILO S. KETCHUM HE College of Engineering has ten departments of instruction and offers fourteen specialized curricula. No institution in America has done more to promote research in engineering science than the University of Illinois. Wlierever engineering is practiced, the Engineering Experiment Station is known for its valuable contributions to knowledge. The Station has pub- lished 174 bulletins and 16 circulars. Numerous manuscripts presenting the recent results of investigations have been accepted for publication. Over eighty investigations are in progress at the present time, the com- pletion of some of which will be of tremendous importance to members of the engineering industries. Q Physics Building THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Mn.o SMITH KETCHUM, '95, Dean of the College of Engineering, was born in Burns, Illinois, on january 26, 1872. Since jfinifhing his undergraduate work, ire has been con- stantly connected with universities, except for two brief periods. ln 1897-9 he served as bridge and structural engineer for the Gillett-Herzog Marzufacturing Company, and in 1903-4 was with the American Bridge Company in Kansas City. Before assuming luis present posilion 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. nm EW CE g THE ILLIC OF 1929 University High School THE COLLEGE CF EDUCATION CHARLES ERNEST CHADSEY, Dean of the College of Education, was born in Nebraska City, Nebraska, on October 15, 1870. He studied at Leland Stanford University and later at Columbia University, where he finished in 1897. In 1907 he became Superin- tendent of Public Schools in Denver. In 1912 he accepted the .fame poxition in Detroit, and in March, 1919, became Superintendent of the Public Schools of Chicago. He left Chicago later in the same year to accept his prexent position. DEAN CHARLES E. CHADSEY X HE College of Education has as its special function the training of individuals expecting to go into some kind of professional educational work. The types of educational work especially emphasized are High School Teaching, Supervision, and Educational Administration. While many types of educational preparation must include graduate study, the fundamental courses for the more advanced work are offered by the Col- lege of Education. Curricula are offered leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Science, in General Education, Physical Education and Athletic Coach- ing, Agricultural Education, Industrial Education, and Music Education. I C QQ E Q PAGE 28 ,THE ILLIO OF I929 DEAN ALBERT J. HARNO HE primary purpose of the College of Law is to educate students for the practice of law, to develop professional character and to inspire an appreciation of the duties andresponsibilities of a lawyer as a member of society. A further purpose is to train a limited number of students for law teaching. Only the stronger students are encouraged to enter into this important worlc, for of their number principally will come the future legal scholars and writers and they will shape the thinking of others. It is a recognized purpose of the Law School to promote legal scholarship and research. Finally it is the purpose of this College to train students for public service. It is a well lcnown fact that most public men are recruited from the ranks of those who have been legally trained. ' Law Building THE COLLEGE OF LAW 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 LLB., magna cum laude, at Yale University. He prac- ticed in Los Angeles until 1917, when he became Dean and Professor at Washburn Col- lege of Law in Topeka, Kansas. In 1919 he went to the University of Kansas as Professor of Law. He has served here as Professor of Law since 1921, and as Dean since 1922. Price 29 THE ILLIO Oi I929 New Library Building THE LIBRARY SCHOOL Pi-uNEAs LAWRENCE WINDSOR, Director of the University Library and the Library School, has spent twenty-six years in library work. He was graduated from Northwestern Uni- versity in 1895, and studied at thc New York State Library School from 1897 to 1899. On leaving there he began his active work as assistant New York State librarian, but changed to the copyright office of the Library of Congress in 1900. In 1903 he became Librarian of the University of Texas, serving there until 1909, when he accepted his present position. DIRECTOR PHINEAS L. WINDSOR HE University Library not only supplies many volumes for class use by our large number of students, but also gives to our graduate students and to members of the faculty the use of the uncommon or rare books so often required in their advanced work. We have no large Reference Library in our immediate neighborhood, consequently we must provide in our own library all the printed resources that we need. The library staff organizes our more than 650,000 volumes for effective use. The Library School is a professional school for the training of librarians, and admits only college graduates to its curriculum. Students come to it from every part of the country and occasionally from foreign countries, and its graduates are in libraries similarly located. The number, resources, and educational value of libraries in America are steadily increasing and this condition creates an increased demand for college trained librarians. I 4 w 1 4 XIX!!!- WSW -THE ILLIO OF V929 2--Ll .. ,.g.,-,f..L.L.L.LllL.' .,l ,,f' ,. Smith Memorial Hall THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC Fnsnrzmc BENJAMIN STIVEN, Director of the School of Music, was born on july 17, 1882, at Ionia, Michigan. He received his B.Mus. at Oberlin College in 1907, and for two years remained there as an instructor in organ. From 1909 to 1911 he studied in Paris under Alexander Guilmanl and Charles Marie Widor. He returned to Oberlin in 1911 as a Professor of Organ and held that position until 1921, when he became Professor of Music and Director of the School of Music at the University of Illinois. DIRECTOR FREDERIC B. STIVEN HE School of Music occupies Smith Memorial Hall, the erection of which was made possible through generous gifts to the University by Captain Thomas Smith. The building contains, besides the studios, class- rooms and ofiices, some hfty practice rooms, and a Recital Hall seating over a thousand people. The equipment includes sixteen grand pianos, forty upright pianos, four two-manual practice organs, and a large three- manual organ built by the Skinner Company of Boston. The students enrolled in the School of Music follow a prescribed cur- riculum which includes four years' work in a major applied music subjectg four years of a minor applied music subjectg complete courses in Theory and History of Nlusicg and various academic required and elective subjects. Most of the musical activities on the campus are sponsored by the School of Music. It contributes in many ways to the cultural life of the Uni- versity, and stands ready to serve any who are interested in the art. ffzefiwfbfg . 9 kill lil DTHE ILLIG Oi I929 1 lxfiiiwr' 1- Hiew fri'-, New Pharmacy Building THE SCHOOL GF PHARMACY WILLIAM BAKER DAY, Dean of the School of Pharamacy, was born in Peru, Illinois, on February 15, 1871. He attended the Chicago College of Pharmacy, where he received his Ph.G. in 1892. 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 serving as Acting Dean from 1914 to 1919, when he assumed his present position. DEAN WILLIAM B. DAY HE students and faculty of the School of Pharmacy feel their last handicap removed with the completion of the new building. The well- lighred laboratories, the library with twice the seating capacity of the old, and the corridors connecting the new building with the old make the whole a comfortable and convenient working quarters. The three-year course is now in full operation and the enrollment shows an increase of a third over last year and is the largest in the history of the school. The aim of the school is to prepare young men and women for the prac- tice of pharmacy as retail pharmacists or for positions in pharmaceutical laboratories. The school is not only the largest in the west in point of attendance, but its graduates are found in responsible positions in every part of the country. 'EW , I K THE ILLIQ Gi V229 Lincoln Hall THE GRADUATE SCHOOL ARTHUR HILL DANIELS, Dean of the Graduate School, was born in East Medway, Massachusetts, on October 19, 1865. After receiving his Plv.D. from Clark University in 1893 he came to the University of Illinois as an instructor in philosophy. For tivo years previous to Dean BGIJCOCIQII arrival in 1913 be was Acting Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Since 1918 ive has been connected with the office of the Dean of the Graduate School, being Assistant Dean for one year, Acting Dean for two years, and Dean since 1921. DEAN ARTHUR H. DANIELS HE Graduate School represents the organized efforts and resources of the University for the purpose of giving opportunities for the most advanced 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 administrative positions. Others are looking forward to careers in the fields of 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 P A GE PAGE 3+ THE ILLICD OF I929 rbwiikivl. , 1 X X X Dentistry Building THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY FREDERICK Bocus NOYES was born in Chicago, on August 22, 1872. He was graduated from Beloit Academy in 1889 and received the degree of Bachelor of Arts from Johns Hopkins University in 1893, and that of Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1895 at North- western University. He began practicing dentistry in Chicago in 18955 since 1909 he has specialized in Orthodontia. From 1897 to 1913 Dr. Noyes was Professor of Histology in Northwestern University Dental School. In 1914 he became Head of the Department of Histology and Orthodontia in the University of Illinois College of Dentistry and served in that capacity until 1926, when he succeeded to the Deanship of the College of Dentistry. graduate dentists are eligible. extensive waiting list. DEAN FREDERICK B. NOYES HE NEWEST departure in the College of Dentistry is the establish- ment of extension courses which enable the practicing dentist to keep in touch with contemporary developments in his profession. Two groups of courses are available. The first group consists of courses offered by each of the principal departments, covering both the theoretical and clinical aspects of the particular phase of the work presented. To these courses The education of the public to appreciate the value of the Childrenis Clinic has required only a short time. Established three years ago it has reached the limit of its capacity, and throughout each year there is an I 'LT' i V . THE ILLIO CDF IQ29 Research and Educational Hospital THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE DAVID JOHN DAVIS, Dean of the College of Medicine, was horn in Racine, Wisconsin, on August 10, 1875. He studied first at the Racine Academy and later at the Universities of Wisconsin, Vienna, and Freiherg, and at Rush Medical College. He served in the capacity of Pathologist at St. Lulce's Hospital in 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 of other medical books. He began serving first as Acting Dean in April, 1925, and succeeded to the Deanship in September, 1925. DEAN DAVID J. DAVIS O DOUBT the most outstanding recent feature in the work of the College of Medicine was the opening of the new Research and Edu- cational Hospital in 1925. During the past year the work has speedily progressed, and at the present time, 150 patients are housed here. Prac- tically all departments are now organized, and active teaching and research is going on in connection with the medical school. This hospital has fur- nished something that the College of Medicine has never had before, namely, hospital patients absolutely controlled so far as their medical serv- ice is concerned, thereby providing for the study of cases in a way that is not possible in the ordinary private or semi-public institutions. JQMMJZKQ PA GE THE ILLICD OF l929i PROF. LAWRENCE VU. MURPHY Fir-gf University Hall THE SCHOOL OF IOURNALISM LAWRENCE WIl.LlAM MURPHY, Acting Director of the School of journalism, was born in Madison, Wisconsin, on October 18, 1893. He received his B.A. degree from the University of Wisconsin and his M.A. degree from the University of North Dakota, and has done advanced graduate work at the Universities of Wisconsin and Illinois. Prior to coming to Illinois in 1924 he was engaged in the practice of journalism, military service, and the teaching of journalism. He was formerly Head of the Department of journalism at the University of North Dakota. HE School of Journalism is an outgrowth of instruction in journalism begun at the University in 1902. A four-year curriculum was outlined in 1905 and the professional program has developed since that time. The work is now organized on a junior-senior-graduate basis leading to distinct degrees. Freshmen and sophomores have an opportunity to register in a pre-journalism course within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The purpose of the School is to give students seelcing preparation for journalism and publication work the advantages of both a general and specialized education. During the freshman and sophomore years in the pre-journalism course the emphasis is placed on general and cultural studies, and during the years in the School of Journalism the emphasis is placed on journalism, social sciences, literature and similar subjects that play an important part in journalistic work. Q 6 f GE 36 Q1 .E THE HUG OF 1929- H. A. Hollister G. P. Tuttle ADMINISTRATIVE OEF "!1'l.l'I"" -D. 1 H. E. Cunningham L. Morey J. F. Wright J. M. White ICERS OE THE UNIVERSITY G-A-HW KENDRIC C. Bmscocx, PHD, ..,,. .,.., .... ,.... P r o vost JAMES M. WHITE, B.S. .......,.........,. Supervising Architect and Superintendent of Buxiness Operations G. P. TUTTLE, B.S. .,.. ..,... ..,,........ ..... R e g istrar LLOYD MOREY, A,B, .,,4,,,. A HORACE A. HOLLISTER, A.M.. . . . HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, A.B. .... . . . JOSEF F. WRIGHT, A.B, ,,.,,,, , GEORGE A. HUFF, B.S. .... . :- ..........Comptroiler . . . . .High School Visitor ,Director, University Press . . . . . . .Director of Publicity . . . . . .Director of Physical Welfare I K. C. BABCOCK pm E554 PAGE 37 PAGE 38 -THE ILHO OF i929 DEAN THOMAS ARKLE CLARK THOMAS Anxuz 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 university man's life. During the sixteen years of his service he has probably been guide, counselor, and friend to more young men than any other man in the country. GFFICE OF THE DEAN OF MEN THE office of the Dean of Men has been organized for more than twenty-live years. Its purpose has been to concern itself with the problems of individual men. As time has gone on the work of the ofiice has widened. At the present time there are four men who devote from six to eight hours a day, six days in a week, to individual students. These are: Dean Thomas Arkle Clark, Mr. Fred H. Turner, Assistant Dean of Meng Mr. Gladwyn Thomas, Assistant Dean of Men for Freshmen and Foreign Students, and Mr. Rolla A. Davis, in charge of student organizations and activities. Dean Clark gives his time primarily to those students who wish to see him personally. Better scholarship, better living conditions, wider opportunities for work, and stronger characters are the things for which the ofiice works. . O..n,.0C 2.4, QF -aJz,1! Turner Thomas Davis -THE ILLIQ OF 1929, DEAN MARIA LEONARD 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 constantly 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 at the University of Illinois since 1923. OFFICE CDF THE DEAN or WOMEN UNIVERSITY women call at the oflice of the Dean of Women at any hour of the school day to discuss matters of personal, group, or campus needs. The questions range from social and financial needs to those of scholastic interest. Personal contact is thus secured through many inter- views with students, house-mothers, and parents, by the Dean of Women and her two assistants. Its purpose is to secure wholesome and healthful living conditions for Illinois women, more genuine interest in and incen- tives for high scholarship, and natural means of developing intellectually, socially and spiritually. The whole organization of the oflice of the Dean of Women seeks to serve the needs of the individual student, the group, and the campus in general. 0 Caldwell Miller 9 PAGE 39 AHL W NM Men.. PHLE EA 'GAUON GEQLQC, vpxYD5N CIFLIL-EC SQK QSSTQN EUp'Gp5 pgmfx LXORTH vow QQOLQCJW QfffJE0f9H L5Yo.o CHAM Gmix JAPAN HAVVAx 'KUSSIQNY FRANCE QE XLVTQO .S'vx1l7ZErLLAN D 5-WLS AEOMY f UN M00 GEQGMLYTEK VPN U5 MEDIC HY NE7EOQ'f RANT We LA W QHYS1 ffm VOLTNRE gcuovc BOT T2 Lua C rc EQQ MQNY 1O0LoeY G1 WATER, FNLE -qi- - , .. , ,, 1' E I FIR! """'v5 1 4 V1 Hg s gn -"-Jm"Lqq'-'5 ll N-X ll igj' 'wil - 'EL 8 r --li.. I 4Q.,.', V- Alf '-Q -U' -if -- , Ah- -Q- 4 i M010 wmepvouq jug MA MN gf f AQQLLO Nepmvi UNAED STP-TE.S"A CHaWfTrq Pwyy BQUW7' ZQQLQ6 VGLCP-N055 M97 Coowvcie MMS VENUS SATURN QQQSEVELT VOYL OARJXNIN ,QENQEP HLNLEY ARNOLD .KATU YW Tugfevg Mossowf Eben? QJQDPNNK DARWIN P1151 sul Lguvne ANGW7 'A WMU RAD IQ 7545 QHONQ I , ?a fe 'L P E 5 E E EJ 5 W4 ga E I l f v L4 J", W 4 4 J" 4 he Q f Mx, f. ,, , ,fl FI fig, '41 H -Y . ff' u Wg. - u' i A. 623' L35+.1f' N ' '15, 77? A N, M, 112 4' ' I 1 ,f 4, .ww . W ,f '-. 9 ,f 'f 1 41 4 3114535554 f " V ,.f. .N I lv , in 1, g ,wt vw' I I1 J' EK, .K- J. 1, I' ' 1135! 'Q :gg . N , .Af . 5 1 x'9Qgf',g'fQy' 1- I , 4 , ."' I z , ., 9 ff' r 15 .' ,fv.i1f.94': , f ,,,1.,.,,c,g4.h1 5 -.vt "P .N '- ' "-1fgf.', 3644! I - f 5. ff"- E fff' '- L 3,7 X v ,f 5 ,f Y A I F ONE survives the physical and mental trials of being a freshman, if the serpent of sopho- morism does not crush him in its folds, if the utter boredom of the junior year is not fatal, one attains the dignity of a senior, such as it is. The majority of faces and names within this volume are those of seniors-theirs the names to be writ in gold fif we had the money for itj . In a sense the ILuo should offer inspiration for all the underclasses to aim highg the seats of the mighty must be continually refilled. However, partly as a gentle reminder to lofty graduates that there are yet larger fields, we have included a slight representation of all those alumni who have achieved a larger success. "Who's Who" lists a large number of Illini. May the seniors of today greatly augment their numbers! Illinois honors them now. The world, later. THE HUG OF 1929 I 'I W w , , I . Q W Em Ali sq dk ?'5f.. Y' ' I x' ' 4 7 4 4 W. '14, Q A . rr wga - L 5 15 35554 W f 1- 8? Q I+ J 1 'A 'X WWI A, 4 . As. 'A 'K ' '1 5' N953 O M m. V gffifgs R: WE. , F Q S' 'f w .1 fu A ' LJ Ml "' I x a O t THE ILLICD 0151929 CARL STEPHENS TI-IE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIG C. J. ROSEBERRY GLENN M. Hosss, '91 ,..,..... ........ ...,. . , .President FHANK H. MCKELVEY, '07 ...............,... Vice-President C. J. ROSEBERRY, '05 ........ Executive Manager and Treasurer CARL STEPHENS, '12. .Secrelary and Editor of the Alumni News EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE George A. Barr, '97 C. O. Fischer, '12 W. C. Ropiequet, '14 Rodney N. Bell, '09 A. E. Horst, '11 Mrs. E. E. Stults, '08 Callistus Ennis, '14 F. H. McKelvey, '07 W. J. Wardall, '08 Glenn M. Hobbs, '91 C. S. Pillsbury, '07 HE University of Illinois Alumni Association, founded June 5, 1873, is the connecting link between the graduates and former students and their Alma Mater. The headquarters of the organiza- tion in the Administration building are the center for the many activities of this association which: Publishes the Illinois Alumni News, Compiles and edits, in co-operation with the Uni- versity, the Alumni Record, a volume of alumni names and addresses, issued at intervals, Works with the secretaries of more than fifty classes and of Illini clubs all over the world in the effort to keep up old acquaintances, promote new ones, encourage reunions, and to engender loyalty to the University through life-long contact with itg Keeps detailed records of the doings of all the graduates, so far as possible, and oF many non-grad- uatesg keeps on file their letters, photographs, clip- pings, and other biographical data, tries to obtain an up-to-date address for every alumnus, Maintnins for Illini clubs, and others, sets of motion pictures which are loaned without charge. The Alumni Association ofiice is an information bureau concerning not only the alumni world but many other things connected with the University. All students are urged to use its information at any time, and upon graduating are cordially invited to join, so as to keep in close contact with their University. PAGE 44 Reunion HBA Q' NORMAN GLANTZ Badge Sale: Betty McGrew R. G. Ottesen M. Miller Finance Cecile Gilroy Program Sale: F. Kapple C. F. Edwards Reunion Alice Connell M. C. Finnell D. A. Markwalder .THE ILLIO OF i929 I-IGMECCDMING COMMITTEE CHAI RM E N Mas: Meeting J. B. McLaughlin Awards H. O. Panhorst Architectural Bureau A. L. Chladek Stunt Show Rosemary Huntoon W. G. Glos Hobo Parade E. E. Dierking Decorations Mary Ann Eidman W. V. Reed ELEANOR LAMBERT Accommodation: Grace Parkhill L. C. Meskimen Publicity J. Y. Cutler C. T. Culley Registration Virginia Supple G. E. Baird Information Ann Solon W. M. Cameron Siam ps Therese Lemercier Ottesen Panhorst Salon Chladek McGrew Finnell Supple Dierking Lemercier Glos Bilfd Cameron Eiclman Meskimen Huntoon Edwards Parkhill Cutler Connell Reed B EW PAGE 45 LORADO TAFT 79, is internationally noted as a sculptor as is attested hy his Winning several expositional medals. He is a rnemher o The American Academy o Arts and Letters and many other societies as 'Well as being, a popular lecturer and the author o a history o American sculpture. LEW SARETT received his LL.B. in 1916 and since 1921 he has held a professorship at Northwestern University. He is advisory editor of The Poetry Magazine, is a mem- ber of several authors' clubs, and is recog- nized as the greatest poet of the Indian country. PAGE 46 THE ILLIO Gi i929 ILLINI OF ACI-IIEVEMENT ROM 1mong the thousmds of University of Illinois mlumni, the editors of ' The Illio hwe chosen ten men whom they believe to be representative of those who h1ve distinguished themselves in v1rious fields of activity. We realize ow pitifully imdequue would he any attempt to 1cquaint the undergraduates wit 111 those who h1vc succeeded or to enumer1te the activities of those repre- sented here. But the knowledge th1t these men are typical of those leaders which the University h1s pro- duced should 1rouse in us 1 pride for our institution and admiration for our successful 1lumni. SAMUEL S'rnA'r'roN, 84 a ter teach- ing sixteen years was made Director o the Bureau o Standards. In 1923 he was named President o the Massachusetts Institute o Technol- ogy. He holds several honorary de- grees and is a member o the National Academy o Sciences. THOMAS ARKLE CLARK 90 received his pro essorship in 1899, and in the ollorving year was made Acting Dean o the College o Literature and Arts. In 1901 he was named Dean o Undergrad- uates and in 1909 Dean o Men. He has published sev- eral hoolzs on literature and on college problems in addi- tion to his magazine contri- hutions. HARVEY J. SCONCE, '98, is a leader in the agricultural life of the country as is shown by his membership in numer- ous national organizations. In 1920 he was America's representative to the Inter- national Institute of Agricul- ture in Rome. He is the author of "The Romance of Everifarmf' F95 ETHE ILLIO Oi i929 .fig ROBERT F. CARR '93 has been President 0 the Dearborn Chemical Company Chicagbo since 1907. 1n 1918-19 he served as Major-Gerieral in the United States Army. He is President o the Home or Desti- tute Crippled Children of Chicago. 9 FRANK WHITE 80 served our terms as North Dakota state le5,is- lator and one term as bovernor. ln the late War he served as Colonel in France. In 1921 President Hard- ing nominated him Treasurer o the United States which 0 ce he now holds. CARL VAN DOREN, '07, after teaching nine years, was made literary editor of The Nation. In 1922 he accepted a similar position with The Century Mag- azine, which he held until 1925. That he is recognized both as an author and a critic is evident from his appointment to the editorship of The Literary Guild of America. CHARLES H. DENNIS, '81, formerly an editor of The Daily Illini, began work as a reporter for The Chicago Daily News in 1882. He was quickly promoted and fnally, in 1926, was appointed to the editorship. WALTER C. COFEEY, '06, accepted the position o Dean of the Department of Agriculture at the Um versity of Miiiriesota in 1921. In 1911 he was special agent of the Federal Tariff Board. He is the author of a hook and several pamphlets on sheep husbandry - PAGL 47 THE ILLICD OF i929 PAGE 48 I MIM' I 695 THE HUG GF I929 IRD S . . N X 55 O S PRESIDENT, First Semester John McConnell Joseph Campbell John Hevrcn Layden Scott James McManus Eleanor Schweitzer Sally Corniclc Caroline Rice PAGE 50 THE ILLIO OF IQZQT . Q I a R. G. FINN PRESIDENT, Second Semester THE CLASS OF 1928 SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE P. C. BYRNE, Chairman Donald Grimes M. S. Anderson E. M. Stephens Frank Collins S. A. Herzman M. F. Carroll George Drach Rex Blazer A. M. King H. T. Halfpenny SENIOR INVITATION COMMITTEE J. B. MCLAUGHLIN, Chairman R. H. Smith C. Newton Doris Miller J. E. Hayes CLASS DAY COMMITTEE Co-Chairmen Mrs. Angelinfsaling Mitchem Roy Smith I-'SE Alice Connell Maicla Bartholomew Frances McGinnis Grace Anderson Catherine M. Conner E. A. Carlson P. A. Marshall -THE ILLIO OF I929 GRIMES LAW SENIOR MEMORIAL COMMITTEE L Robert Eadie H. E. Tegge I. W. Schoeninger Carolyn Rice Catharine Conner MEN'S COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN DONALD R. GRIMES, Men's General Chairman H. C. Bear I-I. H. Goudie R. V. Hoffman L. Grable B. McLaughlin M. S. Anderson R. E. Leimbacher A. H. Bomash WOMEN'S COMMITTEE CI-IAIRMEN WILMA LAW, Womerfs General Chairman Mary Crathorne Helen Robbins Eleanor Schweitzer KC!-D . PAGE 51 712 CLARENCE EDWIN ADAMS . . . Collinsville Agriculture Farm House Agricultural Clubg Dairy Clubg Agriculturist 1l1g Dairy Cattle judging Team MAUDE ADAMS .... Coconut Grove, Fla. Liberal Arts and Science: Alpha Xi Delta Doll Show 13, 415 Business Staff, Homecoming Stunt Show 141 Q Sweet Briar College WILLIAM CHARLES AGSTER . . Forest Park Dentistry First Lieutenant, University Brigadeg Illinois State Rifle Team Crane Junior College WALTER FULTON AIKMAN . Washington, Ind. . Architectural Engineering Architectural Societyg A. S. C. E.g Scarabg Architectural Yearbook 131 ELIZABETH RosE ALDRICH . . . Keoleuk,lo1va Home Economics Alpha Delta Theta Women's Glee Club Carthage College KATHRYN IRENE ALLEN ..... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Delta Phig Choral Society: El Circulo Espanol: Gold Feathers' Illiola Literary Societyg Le Cercle Francais: Daily Illini 12, 315 May Fete 12, 3, 419 Honors Day Beloit College EDGAR ELMER AMBROSIUS .... Collinsville Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade 141 ' Aww A , 51 PAGE 52 LOIS GENEvIEvE ADAMS .... Charlerton Home Economics Eastern Illinois State Teachers College STEPHEN BERT ADSIT ....... Pontiac Liberal Arts and Science: Sigma Chi Phi Delta Phi HAROLD CARL AHLBRAND . . . Seymour, Ind. Banking and Finance Beta Sigma Psi Enterpriser 121 JULIAN ALAND ..... Birmingham, Ala. Liberal Art: and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu University of Alabama GEORGE MARTIN ALLEN ..... Freeport Electrical Engineering Engineers' Officers' Club PAUL LAURELL AMBELANG . . . Beardstown journalism ETHEL B. AMICK . V. ..... St. Joseph Liberal Arts and Sciences Arethusag Sketch Clubg Spanish Clubg Daily Illini 121 'XV VNKYKPK GRACE M. ANnERsoN ....... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega J. A. ANDERSON ..... . Carterville Commerce Beta Kappa OVA D. ANDERSEN ..... . Sheffield .journalism Daily Illini 12, 31 WILBUR Ross APPLEMAN .... Belleville Railway Electrical Engineering E. E.: Electrical Engineering Society: Railway U RUTH B. ARMSTRONG . . . . Roadhouse Education Illinois Woman's College WILLIAM RUSSELL ARRINGTON . East St. Louis Law Gamma Eta Gamma Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Alpha Alpha Honors Day MARIE ASH ........ Harristown Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha Home Economics Club Rockford College 55' I , iw l A , l a 5 1 ' v Sgwq M . my K 'I I Es'rHEIz CLARISE ANDERSON . . Greenville Law Kappa Beta Pi ' Greenville College: University of Iowa IVAN NEIL ANDERSON ...... Chicago Foreign Commerce Kappa Phi Sigma: Pan Xenia: Phi Eta Sigma University of Missouri MELVIN STANLEY ANDERSON . . . . Chicago General Engineering Beta Psi A. S. C. E.: Phi Alpha Lambda: Theta Tau: Chairman, Senior Smoker Committee LYNQRE En-IYL ANoREss ..... Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Rockford College THEODORE BASIL ARGEROPOLOS . . Peoria Accountancy Delta Epsilon Pi Accountancy Club RICHARD LEONARD ARON . . . . . Chicago General Business Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Water Basketball: Varsity Swimming Squad l2, 31: VIFSIW Wife' P010 Squad Q21 FRANCES HARRIETTE ASH ..... Canton Physical Education Alpha Delta Pi Torch: Basketball ll, 2, 31: Baseball ll1.: Track KZ, 31: Hockey ll, 21: Soccer 13, 41: Life Saving Club ll, 2. 3, 41: W. A. A.: Junior Prom Committee: Sophomore Informal Committee: Chairman Dad's Day Reception Committee 131: Gold Feather Council: Orange Feathers: First Council, Woman's League ll, 41: May Fete Com- mittee l2, 31 PAGE 53 FRANCIS CHARLES ATKINSON . Education Phi Kappa St. Viators College M . Urbana FLOY AYLSWORTH . . . . . Prophetstown ' I Lrbera Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Cornell College JAMES WATSON BABCOCK . . . Oneida, N. Y. Accountancy Sigma Nu CARL CHELTON BAER . . . . Oreana Agriculture Agricultural Clubg Agronomy Club DONALD O. BAKER ........ Anna Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.g Theta Taug Freshman Varsity Gym Team ELEANOR LOUISE BAKER . . . . Chicago . Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Alethenai Literary Societyg Choral Society MARIAN ELIZABETH BAKER .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Delta IN- . .XIKX V N 74 PAGE 54 DARELL ELIZABETH AUSTIN . . Wellington Education Commerciag French Club PAUL LEON AYLWARD . . . Livingston Law Phi Kappa Phi Alpha Delta SYLVIA BACH ..... . Linton, lnd. Education Alpha Epsilon Phi Phi Beta Kappa ARTHUR GUY BAKER. . . . Westdale, Mass. Athletic Coaching EDNA MAE BAKER .... . Weldon Education Choral Society LOIS BENSON BAKER ....... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta Alethenaig W. A. A.g Daily Illini ll, Bl Barnard College lVIARJoRIE VIRGINIA BAKER .... Pawnee Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Milwaukee Downer College D ovoamwaaarvcw REE BALADAN ......... Chicago Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Crane Junior College ' ROBERT FRANCIS BALDWIN . . . Chica80 Law Alpha Sigma Phi Pre-Legal Club ALICE BALLARD .... .- . . . Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Upsilon GEoRcE JOSEPH BAN-:A . . . De Witt, Ivw ' General Business Acacia NILEs HUTTON BARNARD . . 1 - . - Cl1if480 Railway Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pig Railway Clubg Sigma EPSHUU GLADYS VIRGINIA BARNES. .... Lockport Education gflogal Societyg Kappa Delta Pig Women's Cosmopolitan u Northern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg Northwestern University EDWARD DANIEL BARRETT . . .r . La Grangf Industrial Administration ' Sigma Chi Skull and Crescent Q 4- v-5 " r 4, ti if ' A 5 HI We 5. ., . . , , , L H, ,V A-1 .....r. 1. i- f' , :' ll' J 7 'D , 1 W5 A t. . ,. .M ,,,,. 4 Q ,Q 4 X22 i Ei I. f- ,Pix .. , 4 .,,.. -, ...mo 4 Still 'KKK MARY LEE BAKER ........ Marion Liberal Arts and Sciences PAUL Aucusr BALBACH . . . Chenoa Law Phi Pi Phi Phi Alpha Delta RDDNEY I-lousE BALENSIEEER .... Joliet Banking and Finance Sigma Pi Sigma Iota Epsilong Daily Illini UI Joliet Junior College RANDALL CLARENCE BALLARD . . . Chicago Electrical Engineering Beta Psi A. I. E. E.g E. E. Societyg Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Syntong Theta Taug Captain, University Brigade C315 Illini Theater Guild KZJ REGGIE EUGENE BARD . . . Kansas City, Mo. General Business Sigma Phi Sigma Band of X5 Interfraternity Councilg Tribe of Illinig Captain, Tennis Team 131 GEORGE CADWELL BARNDS . . Orange-ville Education J AMES DORWIN BARR ..... Taylorville General Business ' OK PAGE 55 HELEN RAYE BARRETT .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Pi Delta Phig French Club, Gold Feathers, Jamesonian Literary Society, Daily Illini 111 ANrrA BARTELSMEYER ...... Mattoon Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenian Literary Society, French Club HYMAN BAss ......... Chicago Electrical Engineering Crane Junior College MYRA MILDRED BAUER .... Champaign Home Economics Alpha Lambda Deltag Iota Sigma Pig Omicron Nu ALBERT CARL BAUMAN ..... Chicago Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nug Phi Eta Sigma LAURA ViRciNiA BEACH . . . . Champaign ' Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Lambda Dcltag First and Second Councils, Woman's League 121 PAUL ROBERT BEATH ...... Rockford Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Sigma Delta Chig Sigma Upsilong Daily Illini 1l, 21: glssofiate Editor, Siren 12, 3, 41, Illinois Magazine 12, , 4 fmnxmf PAGE 56 ---.. W F ci . , , , 'l.l -. 9 I l. b. l -7, .. 7.7 sv. v ....,..., 2 s r v a v r r ', Ms' lf mfs.. l 9' 'Nl . ', 1..- '. .-'.,LY'. U' 'aw JVQUU 'Q GLAoYs MARIE BARRICK . . . . . Urbana Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicron MAIDA BAR1'uoLoMEw . . . . Oak Park Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Torch: Shi-Ai, General Chairman, lVlother's Day 131, General Chairman, Y. W. C. A. Finance Drive 14 3 Dance Supervision Committee 1413 First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 1413 Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 12. 313 First Council, Woman's League 141g Gold Feather Council 121 JOHN HERMAN BAssLER . ..... Steger Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Alpha Epsilon Kappa Phi Sigma, Daily Illini 1215 Band 11, 2, 3, 41 FLOYD RIESEMY BAUGHMAN . . . Taylorville General Business Kappa Delta Rho St. Louis University FRED NORMAN BAzoLA . . . . Chicago Dentistry Student Council 1317 Psi Omega Honors Day Crane Junior College HENRY CHARLES BEAR . . . . . Evanston Industrial Administration Chi Phi Beta Gamma Sigmag Band of X5 Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Mu Epsilong Sophomore Baseball Managerg Athletic Board of Control 1415 Interscholastic Circus Manager 13, 415 Stu- dent Council 141 PAULINE BEATTY . ....... . Paris Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle First Council, Woman's League 141 Eastern Illinois State Teachers College KR! WN EUGENE HENRY BEAVER . . . Danville Education EU8ineer Officers' Club FRANCES ELIZABETH BEEBE . . Chica80 Education Kappa Kappa Gamma Tertapin Clubg Swimming ll, 2, 319 Life 5215118 ill FosTER ALEXANDER BEGG . . La Varne, Cal. Athletic Coaching Kappa Zeta Rho Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsity Track Squad i3. 49 University of Southern California IRENE BELL. . . . . . . . . Braden Home Economics Home Economics Club ROBERT BENJAMIN . . . . . . Pdxlvn Banking and Finance Pierrotsg Glee Club: Cast, "Robin Hood," "Listen, Les- ter," "Prince of Pilsen" CHARLES HODGES BENNETT . t. . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Psi Phi Eta Sigmag Adelphic Literary Societyg Men's Glee Clubg mio qzp FLOYD WILTON BENNETT . . . . Lombard Agriculture Theta Kappa Nu Agricultural Clubg Horticulture Club .r,r'Ij7:'7'1J - A ... .-, ,. , Pj.. 'I ,. r - r fs. fe -2 F. . ,f vig, 4 t Q . I ,V , 1 w 1- ,, 'S' . 'Ig I C KEITH H. BEAUCI-:AMR ..... M eredosia Civil Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma , Illinois Wesleyan University MARY ALICE TILTON BEAVER . . Danville Education Pennsylvania State Teachers College HARRY RICHEY BEEsoN . . . . Palestine Agriculture Theta Upsilon Omega Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural Clubg Agricultural Edu- cation Clubg Hoof and Horn Club FRANK HUGH BEINI-TAUER . Des Moines, Iowa Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.g Chi Epsilong Sigma Tau Honors Day Drake University MARSHALL ELLIOT BEI.sI-:Aw . Hammond, Ind. Law Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Phi HOWARD STEvENs BENNETI-IUM . . . Freeport Industrial Administration Theta Xi Phi Eta Sigmag Daily Illini' ll, 21 ELIZABETH C. BENNETT . .Q ,Spearfish, S. D. Liberal Arts and Sciences ' Phi Mu Pi Kappa Sigma: Second Cabinet Y. W. C. A. Q35 9 First Cabinet Y. W. C. A. HJ, Secretary HJ Black Hills Teachers College PAGE 57 I X GoRnoN T. BENNETT ...... Urbana Electrical Engineering Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Syntong E. E. Societyg Captain, Uni- versity Brigade 14, C1-iARi.Es OREN BENSON . . . Dayton, Ohio Athletic Coaching lireshman Varsity Basketballg Varsity Basketball Squad 2 HERBERT BERG ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Tau Delta Armour Institute of Technology LELAND WARREN BERGSTROM . . Cheneyville General Business Delta Sigma Lambda ELOISE LAMoTTE BERNSTEIN . . Lawrenceville Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle Pi Mu Epsilon RUsseI.I.'EnwARn BERTI-IoI.o .... Chicago I Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nui Sigma Tau LILLIAN IRENE BICKFORD .... . Wyanet Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Omega Pi Illinois Woman's College cxuuarr , PAGE 58 JOHN joRnAN BENNETT . . . Spearfish, S. D. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Lambda Band 13, 41 Black Hills Teachers College HARRY O. BERCHER .... . Urbana Accountancy Icarusg Scabbard and Blade: Major, University Brigade Vxcron EDWIN BERGI-xoixrz ..... Aurora Athletic Coaching Pi Kappa Phi Freshman Varsity Footballg Cast, "The Devil's Disciple" LAURENCE F. BERLEMAN ..... Chicago Agriculture Agricultural Club: Cavalry Clubg Horticulture Clubg Varsity Football 1215 Varsity Cross-Country 13j5 Lieu- tenant, University Brigadeg University Rifle Team PAULINE Fin' BERNSTEIN . . . . . Chicago Home Economics University of Chicago WILLIAM M. BERTHOLE .... Pueblo, Colo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Eta Sigma VERNoN CHRISTIAN BIGLER . . . Sigel General Business Beta Sigma Psi Sigma Iota Epsilong Enterpriser 131 Eastern Illinois State Teachers College V W DELMAR STEELE BINGI-IAM . . . . Bellflower General Business Accountancy Club EDWIN RAY BIRKI-uMEIz . . Saint Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Lambda Upsilong Chemistry Club Honors Day HAROLD WILLARD BISCHMAN . . General Engineering Theta Upsilon Omega Phi Alpha Lambda .loliet junior College ELLA A. E. BIVIN . . . . . Home Economics Bethany Circle Q Emerag First Council, Women's League CHARLES WILLIAM BLACK . . . Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Sigma W. HOULTON BLANKLEY . . I. . Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Psi Dolphinsg Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Swimming: Varsity Swimming Letter KZ, 3l, Squid 14? HAROLD VINCENT BLAYNEY . . . Alexis Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta St. Viator: College NKYMM Vicron WILLIAM BIcLEn . . . . Sigel General Business Beta Sigma Psi Pan-Xenia OLMA BLANC:-1E BIRD ...... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenian Literary Societyg Gold Feathersg Hockey ill Ohio Wesleyan University FLORENCE ESTHER Bmics . . . Urbana Education james Milliken University HAROLD R. BISHOP .... . Springfield Journalism Tau Kappa Epsilon Eureka College MAZO MAZELLE BIXLER . . . Haubstadt, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Emera Oakland City College GLENN REEDER BLACK ...... Arcola Electrical Engineering Cavalry Oliieers' Club: E. E. Societyg Scabhard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade EDMUND RICHARD BLASCI-IKE .... Chicago Electrical Engineering Beta Psi Infantry Officers' 'Clubg Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade 131 Sew PAGE 59 RExEoIzD SYDNEY BLAZER ..... Aledo Liberal Arts and Sciences Psi Upsilon Tu-Mas, Freshman Varsity Trackg Captain, University Brigade IZ, EDMUND BERTHOLD BLEI . . . . . Dixon General Business HARRIS HARTUNG BLIXEN . . . Edwardsville Agriculture Phi Pi Phi Pi Alpha Xig Sophomore Intramural Manager ALFRED THEODORE BLGMQUIST . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Delta Chi Phi Beta Kappag Phi Eta Sigmag Skull and Crescent, Phi Lambda Upsiong Pi Mu Epsilong Illio lljg Freshman Smoker Committee RUTH AMELIA BLoUN1' ..... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Mortar Board: Torch' Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Sigma Nu: Pi Mu Epsilon: First Council, Woman's Leagueg Gold Feathersg Illiola Literary Society: Orange Feathers' W. A. A. Life Saving Corps, Junior Assistant, Daily Illini mg Hockey u, 2, 3, 41, Basketball 41, z, 3, 4,3 Swimming fl, 2, 3, 4h Track fl., ZH Tennis fljg Baseball ll, 2, 3, 41: May Fete 12, 313 Bowling ll, 2, 3, 41: Junior Informal Committee Honors Day CHARLES MARTIN BODACH . . . Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences ELMEII EDWARD BoEIcER .... Edwardsville A ccountancy 'AKEN' PAGE 60 "."'?f'E!'?'f,'I . Xi-121, K , f"'1'Vf? 1 ,.-1 L. .1 1 W Ui 1 1 1 7 I i 4 1 x I I A 1 1 I 11 .1 VK WILLIAM AMBROSE BLEDsoE . . . Mattoon General Business Alpha Kappa Psi: Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alphag Band fl, 2, 3, 4D Honors Day CHARLES EVANS BLISS . . . . Hillsboro Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Phi Alpha Delray Sigma Delta Chi: Sigma Upsilong lgzsnaging Editor, Illinois Magazine 1313 Editor, Siren WILLIAM BLOCK ......... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Cosmopolitan Club ' JOHN RALPH BLONDIN .... . Chicago Civil Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma Chi Epsilon, Sigma Tau CHARLES HENRY BLUMENPELD . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Epsilon Pi ' Phi Eta Sigmag Varsity Football Squad 12, 3,5 Captain, University Brigade f2l Brown University EARL H. BODINSON ..... . Chicago General Business Chi Psi Senior Smoker Committeeg Business Staff, "We Are Seven" VIRGINIA MARIE BoENINo . . . Chicago Education Alpha Delta Theta Chicago Normal College ALBERT HARRIS BOMASH . . . Denver, C01- Banking and Finance Zeta Beta Tau Phi Eta Sigma Honors Day HAROLD MARsI-1AI.I, BoRpeN . Fall River, M 451'- General Business Beta Kappa Concert Band ll, Z, 3, 41 Bradford Durfee Textile School EDWARD GUSTAF BORLING . . . - General Business Ilus Scabbard and Blade: Cavalry Officers' Club? University Brigade I4-I ALFRED WELLINGTON Boswonrr-I . - Law Psi Upsilon MINNIE EMILY BOVILL . . . Education De Pauw University GLADYS BRACI-I . . . r . - - Education Beta Phi Alpha Gold Feathers: Gregorian Literary Societyg Spa De Pauw University CARI. C. BRAUN ..... . . I. . Architectural Engineering Theta Upsilon Omega Chicago Captain, Chicago . Paris Fairfield nish Club . Joliet Tribe of Illinig Gargoyleg Scabbard and Bladeg Theta Tau: Daily Illinig Arch Year Bookg Chairman, Dad! Day Transportation Committeeg Military Ball Commit- teeg Varsity Fencing Letter 12, 4, 51 5 Lieutenant Colonel- University Brigade ELLSWORTH FRANCIS BDGART . Downer: Grove Railway Electrical Engineering Scabbard and Bladeg Sigma Epsilong Maior, University Brigade Ml . EDGAR Booxen ..... . Dundas Education Agricultural Education Club Southern Illinois State Teachers College HELEN BOREN ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi MARY C. BOSIE ..... . Granville Education EDWARD JOHN Bo'r'roMI.EY . Sheridan, Wyo. Mining Engineering Anubis Delta Mu E silon: Scabbard and Blacleg Mining Society: Engineer Oli'-h:ers' Clubg Captain, University Brigade HJ RICHARD FAY Born . . . .A . . . Farina Liberal Art: and Science: Illinois College SIGMUND FRANCIS BRADEI. . . . . Chicago Dentistry Alpha Chi Sigma Tau Beta Pig Delta Sigma Delta Ohio State Universityg University of Chicago rw PAGE 61 FRITZBRAUN . . . . . . .. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Lambda HERBERT DANIEL BEEDEHQRN . . Architectural Engineering Architectural Society: A. S. C. E.: Sopho Managerg Production Staff, "Boomerang" Honors Day Ivy M. Bnrr'roN ..... Education Emerag Spanish Club Illinois State Normal University RoMANo FRANK BnooAmci-r . . . Architectural Engineering RUTH ALBERTA Bnoom .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences ALICE KNox BROWN . . . . Gillespie . Education Beta Phi Alpha Gregorian Literary Society GERTRUDE ELLA BROWN .... . Wilmette Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Torchg Gamma Alpha Chi: Shi-Aig Assistant Circula- tion Manager, Daily Illini l3lg Senior Illinae President Honors Day fi 'EMWIN PAGE 62 KEYS MARY HELEN BREARTON . . . . . Savanna Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi WALTER RALPH BRENNAN . . . . Streator Law Phi Kappa Phi Alpha Delta University of Michigang University of Iowa ELMA GBRLICH Bnoclc . . . . Hollywood Education French Clubs German Clubg Daily Illini l2l GEORGE FREEMAN Bnoolcs .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Omega Beta Pi HELEN BEss BnovEnMAN . . I . . Taylor-ville Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Phi Epsilon Gregorian Literary Society Christian College ALLAN MYLES BROWN .. .. . . . . Viola General Business Beta Kappa Augustana Collegeg St. Ambrose College JULIAN CLIFFORD BROWN . . Blackwell, Okla. Civil Engineering Sigma Phi Sigma Chi Epsilong Sigma Tau Oklahoma A. dt M. Collegeg Phillips University fx? Joi-IN WILLIAM BRowNING ..... Benton Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Skull and Crescentg Sigma Delta Chig Editor, The Daily Illini Q41 MARGARET EVELYN BRYDGN . Education Alpha Delta Theta Crane Junior College HERBERT HARRY BUNcI-IMAN . . Accountancy Accountancy Club GLENN W. BUNTING .. .... . Albion General Business g?fusg Scablaard and Blacleg Captain, Universitl' Bflilde Lows ALEMETH BURKHALTEII . I . Architectural Engineering MARGARET ADELE BuRNs . . i. . Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Pig Spanish Club University of Chicago CHARLES EDWARD BuRRouGI-Is, JR. Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Delta Chi NK MARSHALL HERBERT BROWN . . . Humrick Liberal Arts and Sciences HELEN MARTHA BRUNE ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Athenian Literary Societyg Choral Societyg German Club: Glee Clulag Business Manager, Stunt Show 131 Northwestern University KATHERINE ELIZABETH BUHRMAN . Nashville Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois Woman's College WILLIAM RoIaER'I's BUNN ..... Byron Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Basketball Squad 13, 4-jg Delta Theta Epsilon IRVING BURGER ..... Youngstown, Ohio General Business Phi Epsilon Pi Daily Illini ill CARI. W. BURNHAM . . .. . . . Macomb General Business Western Illinois State Teachers College ROBERT MCNAMAR BURNS . . Alexis Pharmacy Kappa Psi Knoi: College rx p PAGE 63 FRANK RAYMOND BURTON . . Anderson, Ind. Architectural Engineering Architectural Society: Captain, University Brigade 142 BoNITA BUSIAN . ........ Berwyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Burrill Botany Club: Linnean Botany Club Morton junior College O'rIs LBRoY Buswsu.. ..... Oak Park General Business Chi Beta ' WILLIAM ELLIOTT BUTLER . Chickasha, Okla. Industrial Administration Beta Theta Pi Alpha Delta Sigma: Associate Business Manager, Daily Illini 142: Commerce Council 142: Captain, University Brigade 132 Oklahoma A. dt M. College Joi-IN HOMER BUTTERFIBLD ..... Pana Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Phi Sigma: Mask and Bauble: Phi Eta Sigma: National Collegiate Players: Pierrots: Daily Illini 122: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 12, 32, Vice-President 142: Pro- duction Staff, "Arms and the Man," "Listen, Lester," "Prince of Pilsen," "The Romantic Young Lady," "Twelfth Night": Production Mana er, "T e Butter and Egg Man": Manager, Post-Exam ,lgubilee JACOB Roy BYERLEY . . . . . Saint Joseph Education Kappa Delta Pi: Linnean Botany Club AUDREY BELLE CADWELI.. . . . . Streator Education AAC!! PAGE 64 r., ,.. ..,. TFWCH' 'Tiffhi f 'x Jin .aa-.r v ' ' '1-' fl' " ' lifglij , f -g ff. ' ' Viva 'ft .Fe ' 5? ' vi v fic.: fy? A - ,x ii . , , ,I :gg - A ' n r . E ' fr' -1 . ,a I l -v gi li 'sa .H .L ei .,.. .. , ,,--.,,.,,,,v-ev.,-.1 S' w :rx I ff if .M U r Cv N ,N Ebb f.. , PAUL RONALD Bus!-I . . . New Castle, Penn. Engineering Delta Tau Delta Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Theta Tau: Senior Track Manager REBECCA Louisa Buss . . . . . Hamilton Liberal Arts and Sciences Carthage College VIRGINIA BUTLER ........ Sesser Liberal Arts and Sciences Emera Alpha Lambda Delta' Arethusa: Chairman, Woman's Group System 142: VV7oman's League DUDLEY GAnRAux BUTTERFIBLD . . Griggsville Architectural Engineering Gargoyle: Scabbard and Blade: Architectural Society: A. S. C. E.: Engineer Officers' Club DOROTHY AGNES BUTTS . . -. . . Harvard Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Theta Emera: Linnean Botany Club: Burrill Botany Club Beloit College Gsonors. Boro BYERS .... . Calhoun Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha: Alpha Zeta Southern Illinois Normal University RUTH Louise CADY . . . . . Urbana Education Chi Omega W. A. A.: Physicos Paideia' Terraping Swimming Team 12, 32: Soccer 132: Track 132: Tennis 122 University of Arkansas mmmrwcmmmmv VIRGINIA CARVEL CALE . . . St. Louix, Mo. Physical Education Alpha Xi Delta Life Saving Corps: A. A.: Baseball 131: Hockey l21: Soccer 131: Swimming U1 ORLANDO DoNA1'A CAMBIO ..... ..... C hicago Pharmacy Illini Pharmacist WENDELL EUGENE CANNON . . Tower Hill Education Alpha Kappa Lambda Kappa Deira Pi: Phi Delta Kappa: Sigma Delta Siam: Band 43, 41 Eastern Illinois State Teachers College EARL ALFRED CARLSON ..... Chicago Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon: Dolphins: Varsity Baseball Squad ll, 3, 41: Freshman Varsity Swimming: Varsity Swirn- 'ming Squad CZ, 3, 41: Mi-Hila Committee 131: Senior Invitations Committee HAROLD DELMAS CARNAI-IAN . . Lincoln Education Omega Beta Pi MARGE ELLEN CARROLL . . . St. Louis, M o. I Education Jo!-IN G. CARSON . . . . . . . Clarence General Business Sigma Delta Rho Freshman Varsity Baseball: Varsity Baseball Squad C3, 41 rvoi, GEORGE CHAPMAN CALDWELL ' .... Peoria Architectural Engineering Delta Phi ' Bradley Polytechnic Institute HELEN M. CALLAHAN ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta . Gamma Alpha Chi: Gold Feathers: Daily Illini BARBARA CAMPBELL ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Gulf Park College BENJAMIN WATSON CAREY, JR. . . Griggsville Liberal Art: and Sciences Sigma Phi Sigma GORDON V. CARLSON ...... Oak Park Mechanical Engineering Crane Junior College KENNETH WILLIAM CARR . . . Fairmount Agriculture Tau Delta Tau Agricultural Club: Engineer Officers' Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Phalanx: Pi Delta Epsilon: Business Man- Bger,dAgriculturist 141: First Lieutenant, University nga e MARTIN FRANK CARROLL ..... Chicago Architectural Engineering Architectural Society: A. S. C. E.: Scarab KK PAoE 65 RAYMGND CLARK CARSON .... Champaign Education Lambda Alpha Lambda CHARLES WILLIAM CASSELL . . . Toluca Athletic Coaching Tau Delta Tau THEODORE PARSONS CAVINS . . . Charleston Education Delta Sigma Tau Sigma Delta Sigma Eastern Illinois State Teachers College ALAN RAYMOND CHAMBERS . . LaPorte, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta Varsity Track Squad 13, 41 THEODORE CON HIN CI-IAR . Honolulu, Hawaii Accountancy Cosmopolitan Chinese Students' Club: Pan Xenia University of Chicagog Knox College IONA BELLE CHERRINGTON . . . Vinita, Okla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Northeastern Oklahoma Junior College ZYGMUND FRANCIS CI-ioLEwINsxI . . Hillsboro Pre-Medic xfwxwwewx , PAGE 66 ldf, A "-1 . 3 f-'X 41 2 ' I ' ,-,w 'il x 5.5, fn ,,.. .M W ..,.,...,.....1 I . 4 .I L 2? , 1 5X I ,fi I .... .,..,,, ,,. ,Tw wi, M I 4.I,,' X if 1' at . W , , with I I-'WHS lb A 26 94'-A l WILLIAM EDWARD CARTER . . Wichita, Kan. Civil Engineering Zeta Psi Micliron Clubg Varsity Golf Squad HJ Wichita Municipal University SIDNEY VERN CAUGHEY .... Chatsworth Agriculture STEPHEN JOHNES CHAMEERLIN . Kansas City, Mo. Civil Engineering ALAN BURTON CHAPMAN ..... Decatur Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.g E. E. Society james Milliken University WILLIAM BYRON CHENEY ..... Chicago Electrical Engineering Sigma Delta Rho JOHN B. CHIAVERINA .... . St. David Pharmacy Kappa Psi FRANK JOSEPH CHRISTENSON . . Cicero Law Theta Kappa Phi KV YLYSKWJV JEAN MARGARET CI-IRIs'I'IE . . . Champaign General Business Phi Chi Theta University of Wisconsin GEORGE LERox' CII-IA . . . . BCYWZYU Pharmacy Illini Pharmacist 131 Armour Institute of Technology EZRA JOSEPH CLARK . . . Springfield, 0l"i0 Law Chi Phi Northwestern Univecsityg Ohio Wesleyan University 3 LEWIS ABNER CLARK ..... Mt. Sterling Agriculture Alpha Zeta FRED MAsoN CLARKE, JR. ..... Chica80 General Business Phi Pi Phi Scabbard and Blade: Sophomore Tracl:.ManagerS .lUnl0' Reception Committee: Major, University' Bfllldl 1415 Chorus, "Sin"g Production Staff, "The First Year, r.Don,, EvERE'r'rE ALAN CLUTS . . . Moline Accountancy Chi Tau Augustana College MARY WHITNEY COBLE .... Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Alethenai Literary Society Urbana KNKRK Joi-IN BENJAMIN CHRISTENSEN, Jn. . Champaign Ceramic Engineering A. C. S.g Captain, University Brigade 131 ANTHONY JOSEPH CIAIzLo . . Steger Law ALICE ISABEL CLARK . . . . Lincoln Education Beta Sigma Omicron Lincoln College EDGAR WILBUR CLARK . . . . . Marion General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon Band of X3 Tribe of Illinig Scabbard and Bladcg Daily Illini 1119 Military Editor, Illio 141: Varsity Tennis Squad 1219 Letter 13, 413 Chairman, Dance Supervision Committeeg Sophomore Cotillion Committee: Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Hat Committee: Major, Uni- versity Brigade 1413 Interfraternity Council 1413 Pro- duction Staff, "Twelfth Night," "Listen, Lester," "Don" OREN PAUL CLARK ..... Georgetown Banking and Finance Phi Pi Phi Earlham College VINCENT ALVEN CLEMENS . . . Yoder, Wyo. Electrical Engineering E. E. Society CARLYLE JOSEPH CoAsI-I . . Clifton Law Theta Kappa Phi Phi Alpha Delta PAGE 67 PKR EDWARD ELMER CODNER ..... Chicago Mechanical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Tau Sigmag Scabbard and Bladeg Sigma Taug A. S. M. E.g Major, University Brigade 141 CLYDE STOECKLIN COFFEL . . . . M omence Civil Engineering Delta Upsilon Skull and Crescentg Dolphinsg Theta Taug Tribe of Illini: A. S. C. E.g Freshman Varsity Water Basketball: Varsity Water Basketball S uad 121: Varsity Water Polo 131, Captain 14,5 Sopllaomore Baseball Managerg Freshman Cap-Burning Committee: Junior Prom Com- mitteeg Production Stall, "The Goose Hangs High," "Outward Bound," "Arms and the Man" SIDNEY BRUCE Col-IEN ...... Chicago Architectural Engineering Tau Delta Phi Architectural Societyg Engineer Officers' Club, Captain, University Brigade 141 CURTIS ALVIN COLLINS ..... Highland General Business Lambda Chi Alpha Ma-Wan-Dag Sachem: Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Band of X3 Beta Alpha Psig Varsity Baseball Manager 1415 Athletic Board of Control 1413 Board ot Directors, Interfraternity Council 1413 Board of Direc- tors, Y. M. C. A. 141 ' Honors Day Lois EMILY COLLINS ...... Chicago Liberal Art: and Sciences Crane Junior College MELVIN D. COLLINSON . . . . Moline Accountancy Kappa Delta Rho University of Wisconsin WILLIAM COLWELL ........ Pari: Liberal Art: and Science: Delta Tau Delta Indiana University fwuv 1 PAGE.68 X Doms JENNETTE Cos ..... Ridgefarm Education Theta Upsilon Alpha Lambda Deltag Gold Feathers MARY ALICE CoFFEY ..... Galesburg Liberal Art: and Sciences Knox Collegeg Monmouth College FLORENCE Co:-IN . . ...... Chicago Liberal Art: and Sciences Delta Phi Epsilon Basketball 12l3 Hockey 1213 W. A. A. University of Chicago FRANCIS MEAC!-IAM COLLINS . . . Berwyn Engineering Delta Alpha Epsilon Kappa Phi Sigmag Illini Chamber of Commerce, Phi Alpha Lambdag Phi Delta Gamma: Theta Taug Classified Advertising Manager, Daily Illini 1385 Senior Smoker Committeeg Board of Directors, Star ourse 13,4-J WILLIAM LEIGI-IToN COLLINS . . . Highland Civil Engineering Chi Epsilong Engineer Oficers' Clubg Mu Sang Scab- bard and Bladeg A. S. C. E.g Militmg' Ball Committee 11M Major, University Brigade 14l5 ngineering Coun- Cl GLADYCE CAMILLI3 COLLOPY . . . Galesburg Liberal Art: and Science: Knox College, Monmouth College FAY' SOLOMON COMEX ..... Carlinville Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Omega Beta Pi Blackburn Collegeg Washington University WINIFRED CONCANNON .... St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Achaea Volley Ball 131 Harris College ALICE MARGUERITE CONNELL . . . Cbicago Liberal Art: and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta Shi-Aig Daily Illini 1213 Chairman, Homecoming mxtteeg Pan-Hellenic Council 13, 413 Secretary, Woman s Leagueg Union Dance Committee 141 RUTH ELIZABETH CoNNoR ..... Toledo Liberal Arts and Scientes Sigma Kappa De Pauw University LILLIAN CONRAD ...... St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Art: and Scienrc: Choral Societyg Woman's Athletic Associationg Woman's Glee Clubg Basketball 141g Class Manager, Apparatus 131: Track 13, 41 Washington University ELIZABETH Cook ....... Urbana Liberal Art: and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta Hood College MILTON GILLETTE Cook . . '. . La Grange Liberal Arts and Science: Alpha Delta Phi Tu-Masg Mask and Baubleg Scabbard and Bladeg Cap- Ylin, University Brigade: Business Manager. "The Butter and Egg Man"g Stage Manager, "Arms and the Mann: Ticket Manager, "Post-Exam Jubilee"5 President, Senior Classg Student Council 141 DONALD L. COOPER . . . . . . . Elgin Civil Engineering A- S. C. E.g Freshman Varsity Wrestlingg Varsity Wrestling Squad 12, 41 VERA ARRIETTA CONARD . . . ,. . Urbana Liberal Arts and Science: Jamesonian Literary Societyg Daily Illini 1213 Pi Mu Epsilon BRUCE jo:-:N CoNIIsEAR ...... Canton Liberal Art: and Sciences Beta Theta Pi Sachemg Phi Eta Sigmag Skull and Crescentg Alpha Alpha Alphag Alpha Delta Sigmag Business Manager, Illio 131: Sophomore Cotillion Committee CATHERINE MARGARET CONNER . . . Olney Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Mu Epsilon: Emerag First Council,Woman's League 141 KATHERINE MARGARET CONRAD . . Peotone Education Kappa Sigma Tau Anonian Literary Society NoRMA MADELAINE CoNTRATTo . . Staunton Liberal Arts and Science: Alpha Sigma Nug Cosmopolitan Clubg W A. A.: Gold Feathersg Baseball 1113 Soccer 12, 31: Track 1113 Vol- ley Ball 131 Washington University LOIS MARGARET Cook ...... LeRoy Home Economic: Bethany Circleg Emerag Chairman, Welfare Committee 1 Eureka Collegeg Illinois State Normal WARDE C. COOKMAN . . . . Chicago Education Alpha Sigma Phi Choral Society 1313 Glec Club 111 PAGE 69 PKR JOSEPHINE RUTH Coomzn ..... Aurora Liberal Art: and Science: Alpha Xi Delta Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. UQ Lake Forest College HARRY HENRY Connss .... . Havana Civil Engineering Delta Alpha Pi A. S. C. E. CARROL M. CORNELIUS .... M orrisonville Liberal Arts and Sciences MIRIAM IVA CORNTHWAITE . . . Decatur Home Economics ALLEN DEWITT CORZINE .... Taylorville Agriculture Sigma Mu Sigma Agricultural Club: Agricultural Education Club: Alpha Tau Alpfiag Hoof and Horn Club: Illinois Agriculturist Z, 3, 4 CARoLYN COUNTRYMAN . . . . DeKalb Education Sigma Kappa Northern Illinois State Teachers College GARRETT CHRISTOPHER COVINGTON, JR. . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Pi Tau Sigmag Schaeffer Prize IU Crane College 'ZKEKD p PAGE 70 WILLIAM JACKSON COPELAND . Fall River, Mars. Liberal Arts and Science: Omega Beta Pi MILDRED B. CORLEY .... . Marion Education University of Wisconsin ' SALLY CORNICK ...... Evansville, Ind. Liberal Arts and Science: Delta Gamma Illiola Literary Society' Mask and Baubleg Terraping W. A. A.g Hockey Gly Cast, "'Twelfth Night"g Pro- duction Stan, "Butter and Egg Man" Rockford College QUETA KATHRYN CoR'rRIoH'r . . . Dixon Education Finance Committee, Y. W. C. A. l4l University of Californiag University of Southern Cali- fornia FRANCES BERNICB COTTRELL . . . Champaign Liberal Art: and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Burrill Botany Clubg Linnaean Club LUELLA SHIVELY COVALT . . . . . Kansas Liberal Arts and Science: Beta Sigma Omicron Emerag Home Economics Club A ASHER BENJAMIN Cox .... . Gilman Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. FRANCIS A. Cox ....... . Jvlirf Electrical Engineering Delta Alpha Epsilon Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Tau: E. E. Society Joliet junior College RICHARD CRABBS ...... Orlando, F14- Banking Delta Phi sabima and Bladeg cmiry Club! ,Draw Illini .1 1. 21,4 Military Ball Committee 13,3 MIJOF. UMVHSWY BU' gade l4lg Pistol Team 12, 31 HENRY LAWSON CRAIN . . Kansas City, Mo. Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. Kansas City junior College WILLIAM PIERS CRANE II .... Evanston Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi Beaux Arts Institute of Design VIRGINIA BARTLIT CRAVER .... Harvey Liberal Arts and Sciences Junior Prom Committee MARGARET LOUISE CRAWFORD .... Anna Liberal Art: anal Sciences Delta Gamma Junior Prom Committee CATHERINE EVELYN CROFTON . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Pi Delta Phi Northwestern University 1 I y 4 If. I It I l i rl '-.: l it I. . ri ,I l I A li i e, ..,.-,.,, L, b P- i. ,SZ r lil Vi' , F , --Q-.5..ij-I ' .4 Ya . ft-1 . .,, r -Jr I ypuxrveugggv- . YRXSKXGKW EVELYN VIRGINIA Cox . . . Hollywood, Fla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta ' Anonian Literary Society: Curtain and Belly jamesonian Literary Societyg Daily Illini lZj Oxford College for Women PALMER SARGENT Cox . . . . Charleston Agriculture Farm House Eastern Illinois State Teachers College HERBERT WALKER CRAIG ..... Chicago Liberal Art: and Sciences Cosmopolitan Club Tribe of Illinig Varsity Fencing Letter lZ, 31: Con- ference Duelling Sword Champion 1415 Freshman and Assistant Varsity Fencing Coach MJ SULBY DEVORE CRAINE .... East Peoria Electrical Engineering Bradley Polytechnic Institute MARY PRESTON CRATI-IoRNE .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Science: Chi Omega Torchg Theta Sigma Phig Gold Feathersg Women's Edi- tor, Summer Illini lily Swimming ll, 2, Bjg Dance Supervision Committee 141 LURA ELIZABETH CRAWFORD . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences - Alpha Xi Delta ' FENTON LouIs CREws .... St. Louis, Mo. Accountancy Theta Alpha Sigma Iota Epsilon Washington University PAGE 71 PKR ARTHUR S. CROM ...... M illedge-ville Civil Engineering Kappa Zeta Rho A. S. C. E. Louis MAXWELL Cnoucr-1 . . . . Hoapeston General Business Sigma Mu Sigma JAMES SHELLEY CULLISON . . . Lawrenceville Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Mu Alphag Synphoniag Pierrotsg Glee Club ll, 2D GRACE MARIE CUNNINGHAM . . Edwardsville Education Achaea McKendree College PAUL ANTHONY Cust-:MAN .... Kewanee Law Scabbard and Bladeg Sigma Delta Kappa Knox College WERNER FQ C. DAIE ...... Chicago General Business Alpha Kappa Psig Freshman Varsity Basltetballg Varsity Basketball IZ, 31 RUTH GRACE DAMMERS . . . . Chicago General Business Alpha Delta Theta Phi Chi Thetag Commcrciag Emera Society: Gold Feathers: Orange and Blue Feathersg Wcman's League: Y. W. C. A.5 Enterpriser fi AMAA PAGE 72 ETHEL MEREom-r CROMWELL . . . . Fithian General Business Phi Chi Thctag Wesley Playersg Commerce Council l4lg Girls' Debating Team HJ Wsnsren RANDALL CnowLEY . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Delta Chi BERNICE ConmNE CULTRA . . . . Onargo Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicron Lake Forest College PAUL BERNARD Cunnren . . . Frankfort,lnd. Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigmag Commerce Council .WILLIAM FRANCIS CZAJA . . Cicero Pharmacy Lewis Institute LEON O. DALBECK .... Fitchburg, Mass. Athletic Coaching Sigma Pi , Varsity Baseball 13,9 Second Lieutenant, University Brigade HJ MARCELL DEE'rs DANIELS . . Kansas City, Mo. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. Kansas City Junior College 4' , lr? YH! wwf . 7-me WRX 1, .s MARGARET ELIZABETH DARRAGH . St. Louis, Mo. Education Alpha Xi Delta Wheaton College CLARENCE FREDERICK DAvIEs . . . Chicago Landsca eArchitecture P U- L. A. S., Landscape Club, Interscholastic Circus 11. 2, 31, Publicity Committee, "First Year" 12, 31, Chorus, "Prince of Pilsen" 131 CATHERINE MARY DAVIS ..... Atwater Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha V Gold Feathers, French Club MILIJRED I. DAVIS . . . . .I . . Danville Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicron, District Chairman, Woman's Group System 131, Social Chairman 141. Chairman, Elections Committee 13, 41, Cabinet 13, 41, MI-Hill Committee 12, 31, Chairman 141, First and Second Councils, Woman's League 13, 41 DOROTHY DAY ..... Williamsport, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences GILBERT REUBEN DAYTON .... Chicago Banking and Finance Phi Nu Beta Alpha Phi Epsilon, Beta Nu Kappa, Kappa Phi Sigmli Accountancy Club 131, Sociology Club 131: Men's Glee Club 141, Daily Illini 13, 41, University Chimer 141 Crane Junior College DOROTHY MILDRED DEARTH . . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle Phi Kappa Epsilon, Woman's Cosmopolitan Club nu, Jgqo- ef., 4- . " 1 ' '-' 11,331 va, 1 'I Q- qu, jf vc ' F lit, ' lil 12 . s-4' rixasrtrat, EUGENE BLAND DANzEIsEN .... Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences' Tau Kappa Epsilon Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma EDWIN LAWRENCE DAVIDSON . . . . Quincy General Business Phi Eta Sigma, University Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 41 ALICE FRANCES DAVIS . . . . Chicago Education Kappa Sigma Tau W. A. A., Soccer 131, First Council, Woman's League, Pan-Hellenic Council CHARLES H. DAVIS ....... Fairfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho Alpha Alpha Alpha, Kappa Phi Sigma, Illini Chamber of Commerce, Chairman, Sophomore Cotillion Com- mittee, Junior Prom Committee, Chairman, Homecom- ing Program Committee, President, Interfraternity Coun- cil 141, Concert Band 11, 2, 31, President 141 NORMAN HARCOURT DAVIS, JR. . . Oak Park Railway Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Pierrots, Glee Club, Railway Club, Captain, University Brigade 121, Cast, "Prince of Pilsen" KENNETH WILLIAM DAY ..... Chicago Electrical Engineering Crane junior College MARGARET ELIZABETH DEAL .... Lincoln Liberal Arts and Sciences Lincoln College PACE 73 ,Wil MILTON HARRY DECKER . . Mason City, Iowa General Business Kappa Sigma Mason City junior College LEROY KELLER DEI-IAR1' .... Athletic Coaching Pennsylvania State College ISIDORE M. DEMovsKY . . . Dentistry University Fellowship Club ARDIS MAE DENISON . .' . . . Liberal Arts and Sciences Joliet Junior College PAUL HAROLD DERR . . . Apple V Athletic Coaching Delta Sigma Phi Varsity Baseball Squad l2, 33 IVAN J. DEUTSCH . .... General Business CLARENCE WILLIAM DEXTER, JR. . General Business Chi Beta Sophomore Baseball Manager 'ZKEKY Milton, Pa. . Chicago . . Joliet Creekyohio . Chicago Oak Park PAGE 74 ELDON Louis DECOSTED .... Greenville Architectural Engineering Delta Chi Gargoyleg Scarab: Sophomore Baseball Manager LESLIE GEORGE DEMo1"rE . Indianapolis, Ind. General Business Accountancy Clubg Glee Clubg Spanish Club Purdue University: Indiana University CORNISE DENISE ........ Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Mu Epsilong Choral Societyg Orange Feathers Honors Day PRIMO EDMUND DEROCHI .... Barre, Vt. . Athletic Coaching G. V. DESAI ....... Bombay, India Dentistry Grant Medical College DUDLEY LEON DEWEY . . . Goodhue, Minn. Athletic Coaching Beta Psi Adelphic Literary Society: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad 121 Lewis Institute FRANK WILLIAM DIBBLE .... . Morris Industrial Administration Theta Kappa Nu ' Band ll, 21 WAV V 7670K RoEER'r FORREST DIEKMAN . . South Holland . Liberal Arts and Sciences CARL EDGAR DILLON . . . . . . . Sfffff Civil Engineering A. S. C. E. CLARENCE GEORGE DOERR . . . . . Carmi Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda E. E. Society RUTH MARGUERITE DoMIcE . Battle Creek, Mich. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Theta Illiola Literary Society DOROTHY RUTH DooLEY . . . LeRoy Education Illinois State Normal SAMUEL H. DORSEY .... . M010 Agriculture Sigma Mu Sigma Alpha Tau Alphaq Men's Glue Club Blackburn College WARNER WooowoRTI-I DOTY . Stuttgart, Ark. Dentistry Psi Omega Monmouth College WNKFIKFJK- MARGARET BERNICE DICKERSON . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Monticello Seminary EUGENE EDWARD DIERKING . . East St. Louis General Business Phi Kappa Tau Band of X5 Illini Chamber of Commerceg Freshman Frol-ic Committee? Sophomore Cotillion Committeeg junior Cap Commltteeg Pan-Hellenic Formal Committeeg Chalrmnn, Hobo Parade Committee 1415 Illinois Union Dance Committee 131: Student Council GJ: junior President WILBER WILLIAM DOEBLIN . . Edwardsville Journalism Sigma Delta Chig News Editor, Daily Illini Q31 LAWRENCE C. DOMKE ..... jacksonville Civil Engineering Mu San MAE B. DONALDSON .... . Cuba Education Alpha Xi Delta Physikos Paideia: W. A. A.g Hockey 1213 Basketball 1219 Baseball KZ, 315 Soccer O15 Volley Ball 1315 Swimming Ui Lombard College Rov MARTIN DooLEY ...... Watseka journalism Sigma Delta Chig News Editor, Daily Illini Q31 LLOYD WRIGHT DoTY . . . Edmonds, Wash. Athletic Coaching Sigma Delta Rho Freshman Varsity Gym Team cw. , PAGE 75 MARY Lois DoUGLAss . . . . . . Urbana Education Torchg Physikos Paideiag W. A. A.: Track ll, Zig Basketball 12, 337 Apparatus U13 Bowling l3lg Captain, Baseball 1315 Captain, Soccer C4-lg Hiking Manager lilg Baseball Manager l4j CYRII. CARL DREMAN ...... Princeton Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Phi Alpha Deltag Y. M. C. A. Cabinet l2, 33 GRAHAM MCFARLAND DREssI.ER . . Shelbyville Liberal A rts and Sciences Knox College BERNICE GLADYS Dnoznowrrz . . Chicago Education Sigma Delta Tau Alpha Lambda Deltag Gold Feathersg Gregorian Literary Society Honors Day THELMA ELIZABETH DUBSON . . . Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega Illinois State Normal University JULIA EVELYN DUERINGER . . . Gibson City Education Delta Zeta Northwestern University i I FRANCES MARY DUFFY. . . . . . Pontiac Education Burt-ill Botany Club: Student Linnean Society f"kWEN PAGE 76 I . H. -I t 'f ,. L1 Qi f., L ,A ug, A. wa, 1"-Mft'-A f--.,e,...y ALIDA ELEANOR DRAKE ..... Chicago Liberal A rt: and Sciences ERWIN Joi-:N DRENCKPOHL . . . Centralia Accountancy Anubis HENRY JOHN DROBA . . . . . Chicago Dentistry Alpha Tau Omega Delta Sigma Delta University of Chicago DONALD ARTHUR DRUM . . . . Mt. Pulaski General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon GLADYS JUSTINE DUERINGER . . Gibson City Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta Northwestern University WILBUR FREDERICK DUERINGER . . Champaign Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, Uni- versity Brigade Q43 JOHN MoREI.ANo DuNEoRD .... Chicago Civil Engineering Theta Kappa Phi A. S. C. E.g Technograph lllg Sophomore Baseball Manager vrmxwiwgmv N 1 P D B -X AUGUSTUS CORNELIUS DURDIN III . I. Chicago Railway Mechanical Engineering CHARLES FLEMING DUVALL ...- - Alfdo Liberal Arts and Sciences Si ma Chi 11530 ill, 21: Chairman, Program Committee. Dad's DRY .l0HN HARRY EBBERT ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa ROBERT BRUCE EDWARDS . . - . Cl'Ilf480 General Business Acacia Crane Junior College PEARL EDITHE EICHOLTZ .... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Scienfff Phi Mu Knox College FRITZ HERMAN ELICH .... . Chicago General Business Sigma Delta Rho Eflswn Club: Dolphinsg Water Polo Squad 13. 4l7 leutenant, University Brigade 141 . GEORGE B. ELLIOTT ..... . Atwvvd Accountancy Phi Kappa Tau gen Allahu Psig Beta Gamma Sigmag Intramural Debate Ommlttee I. , E I: E F Q i ,1.,,,?- - -f-,1-V.: Er . r i ,pr Llaaabifi l 4 t" X v, I 1 4 4 .Q ,. 1 W .s 1 1 1 5 T 4 l rug 14 I 14 RUTH Lois DUNN ......., Sidney Liberal Arts ana' Sciences ' Emera Y. W. C. A.: Woman's Leagueg Second Cabinet, Y. XV. C. A. 143 EDGAR MAURICE DUTOUR ..... Clifton Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Kappa Phi CLARENCE H. DYKEMA ..... Morrison Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Lambda Kappa Phi Sigmag Pi Delta Epsilon: Sigma Upsilong Art Editor, Illinois Magazine 1413 Art Editor. Illio 143: Chairman, Ticket Sales Committee, Homecoming Stunt Show 14-lg Fencing Team 13, 4D ' HAROLD EMERsoN EDWARDS . . . Belvidere Commerce Louis SIGISMUND EHRENREICH . Minocqua, Wis. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau Major, University Brigade 131 HAROLD EISENSTEIN . . .N . . Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma NATHAN THOMAS ELLIFE . . Pekin Lan' Alpha Kappa Lambda Gamma Eta Gamma PAGE 77 M AAMXLK RosE MEREDITI-I ELLIOTT . .... Payson Liberal A rts and Sciences Alpha Lambda Deltag Terrapin Club: W. A. A.g Track Manager l4J University of Hawaii EDWARD KENDALL EMERSON .... Kewanee Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pig Pi Tau Sigmag Sigma Taug A. S. M. E. Honors Day DWIGHT MARTIN EMRICI-I .... Winslow Civil Engineering Sigma Pi Skull and Crescentg Mu San SHIRLEY I-I. ENGLE .... . Urbana Education Tau Delta Tau WILLIAM JEFFERSON ENGLISH . East St. Louis Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi Scabbard and Blade HOWARD J. ERMELING . . . . Havana Pharmacy Phi Pi Phi Kappa Psi ETHEL CATHERINE ESKILSON .... Beecher Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Jamesonian Literary Socictyg Daily Illini HJ Rockford College PAGE 78 s s V I I I ., ,,,,L, WI ,I..,,.. , ,......- A-,.-fl - .-. .,. ,,,, ar.. J x r l l . 5 1 I L A . 1.1 4 I r l E sian! Hein- ur- ' ,F 'wi-yarwz-rr, ...,.... I . X "s:.qx.4,...,.. .. .M-....-J.. Wax WAITE WAGNER EMEREE ..... DeKalb General Business Northern Illinois State Teachers College EARL D. EMERY ..... . LaGrange Dentistry Theta Upsilon Omega Delta Sigma Delta: Pre-Legal Club: Band ll, 2, JOHN CARL ENGERECI-IT . . . . Melrose Park General Business Icarus JOHN F. ENGLISH ..... White Hall Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi WILBUR GUNTHER ENNS .... Evanston Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Beta Theta Pi Kansas State Agricultural College ISABEL MAY ERZINGER ..... Kankakee Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Frances Shimer School FRANK STEPHENS ESPEY . . . Urbana Education Phi Delta Kappa Illinois State Normal College FM af VERNON DELOSS EVANS ..... Woodbine A griculture AlPl'la Gamma Rho AlPhH Tau Alphag Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Illinois Agriculturist 13, -ll, Gln Club ls, 4l I-ORENZE BLOUGH EVER . . . CMCHSU , Pharmacy Presl'-'lem' Senior Class ChiC380 Normal College DAVID WAGNER FAIRFIELD .... Chica80 Liberal A rt: and Sciences ' Chi Phi Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsitr' Track Lette? l2, 3, 4lg Captain 141: Varsity Cross-Country Letter 12, 4l FRANCIS FLETCHER FARDIG . . C hicaS0 Education MENS Glec Club: Choral Society Crane .lunior College JAMES KENNETH FELTS .... . - Mdfilm Liberal Arts and .Sciences Alpha Kappa Lambda Sfabbard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade DOROTHY LIST FESSANT ..... Vffmilivn Liberal Arts and Sciences R'nd0lPl1-Macon Woman's College ADEl.lNE DOROTHY Fmcl-IAU .... Milford Liberal Arts and Sciences KXil'K!b" HOWARD HOOPER EUSTIS . Marblehead, Mass. Education , Springfield College JAMES MILTON EWING ...... Fairland Athletic Coaching EMMA LOUISE FAGER .... M urphyxboro Liberal A rt: and Science: Lambda Omega Honors Day ,lol-lN J. FAISSLER ....... Sycamore Liberal Art: and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Phi Eta Sigmag Skull and Cresccntg Daily Illini 12, ALICE ESTHER FARnEl.l. ..... Ottawa Liberal Arts and Science: Chi Omega Torch: Shi-Aig W. A. A.g Woman's Chairman, Dad's Day Committee 147 FRANCES E. FERGUSON ..... Rockford Liberal A rt: and Science: Pi Delta Phig Spanish Clubg French Clubg Gold Feathersg Daily Illini 121 Honors Day Hillsdale College RICHARD GLASSBROOK FINN .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Science: Phi Kappa Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Phi Eta Sigmag Skull and Cres- ccntg Tribe of Illinig Varsity Baseball Squad 1213 Varsity Baseball Letter 13, 465 Captain 1415 Chairman, Student-Faculty Reception ommltteeg Senior Jacket Committeeg Senior Hat Committeeg Class President 141 PAGE 79 CARL SDDEMANN FISCHER . . M em phis, Tenn. General Business Band ci, z, 43 DoRo'rHY L. FISHER ..... . Chicago Education Crane junior College GAIL ROBERTSON FISHER . . . . Champaign Liberal A rts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Phi Delta Phig Tu-Mas RUSSELL WILLIAM FISHER . . . . . Peoria Chemical Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilon Phi Lambda Upsilon Bradley Polytechnic Institute EUGENE EDWARD FITCHNER . jacksonville, Fla. A rchitectural Engineering Scarab WILLARD GERSHOM FLAGG . . . Civil Engineering' Sigma Mu Sigma A. S. C. E.g Caisson Clubg Technograph Lieutenant, University Brigade U1 NADMI FLEMING ...... Education AQQIXA0 PAGE .80 K A CHARLES FRANKLIN FISHBACK . . . Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences Piirrotsg Cast, "Listen, Lester" ISI, "Prince of Pilsen" james Milliken University EDWIN CORNELL FISHER . . . . Pontiac General Business Sigma Chi Scabbard and Bladeg Associate Editor, Enterpriser BH Interfraternity Council H15 Sophomore Intramural Man- agerg Second Lieutenant, University Brigade Q31 HENRY RICHARD FISHER . . . . Decatur Civil Engineering Phi Kappa Tau SEYMOUR FISHER ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Delta Phi Northwestern University GERALD HARTPENCE FITZ-GERALD . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Upsilon Omega Kappa Phi Sigmag Phi Delta Gammag S anish Clubg French Clubg Star Course l2, 315 Cavalry Club FRANK MICHAEL FLECK . . South Bend, Ind. Banking and Finance Alpha Kappa Psi LAWSON WANDLESS FLETCHER . . Collinsville Education Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, Uni- versity Brigade HQ KNKWF1 v P 5 5 P g W' NE LINITA FRANCES FOELSCHOW .... Dundee Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega M- .losEI:I-I FoRAN .... Jacksonville. Fld- General Business Afftountancy Club Crane .lunior College JGSEPHINE FORSYTHE . . . Ann Arbor, Mich. Home Economics AlPl1a Xi Delta UnlV'f5lfY of Michigan IRWIN SII.vERTI-IoRN FOSNAUGH . . . Clinton Liberal Arts and Science: Lambda Chi Alpha Dolphins: Pi Delta Epsilon: Enterpriser 12, Q3: SOPh0- more Intramural Manager: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 133 BEA1-RICE ELIZABETH FOSTER . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Science: Alphi Sigma Nu' Anonian Literary Society: Chemistry gf-Ibigrta Sigma ,Pi: W. A. A.: Volley Ball 133: Base- Cnne Junior College RICHMOND RoE FOWLER . . . . . Marion I Liberal Arts ana' Science: Edlfofr Campus Scout 13, 43: Siren 1235 Illinois Mallfl' 'mf 13. 43: Captain, University Brigade 143 ROBERT ALDEN Fox .... Davenport, Iowa General Business Phi Delta Theta fkull and Crescent: Tu-Mas: Sophomore Football Map- tgffi Interfraternity Council 143: Disciplinary Commit- Si' Ihftrfraternity Council 143: Y. M. C. A. Board of 'maori 13. 43: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 13, 43 '3.L714vbrgiIu.a.,.ne ..-- U-r ,W ........- - WAITMAN MILNER FLOWERS . . . . Pekin Accountancy ' Accountancy Club: Varsity Bowling Team 12, 3, 435 Band 11, 23 KARL AUGUST FOLKERS .... . Decatur Liberal A rt: and Science: Gamma Pi Upsilon ANDREW GILLESPIE FORREST, JR. . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma ROBERT ToRREY FORWARD . . Oshkosh, Wis. Liberal Art: and Science: Choral Society: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 133 Wisconsin State Normal School ARTHUR E. FOSTER ..... Blandinrville Agriculture Agricultural Club: Agricultural Education Club BENJAMIN LESLIE FOWLER .... Chicago Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Society of Automotive Engineers University of Nebraska: Crane junior College KATHERINE Fox . . . . . . . . . Cairo Liberal Arts and Science: Southern Illinois State Normal College .Nm PA GE8 ary: fmaar EDGAR FLETCHER FRANKLIN . . Danville, Ind. Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Purdue University, University of Missouri ,lol-IN HENRY FREDERICK, JR. . Amherst, Ohio Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon RUTH IRENE FREESE ...... Chicago Liberal A rts and Sciences Athenean Literary Society, Choral Society, French Club, Gold Feathers, Daily Illini 131, Business Manager, Woman's Glee Club 131, President, Woman's Glee Club 141, Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 141, Chorus, "Robin Hood" 121 V Northwestern University SAMUEL M. FRIEDLANDER . . Peoria Law Tau Epsilon Phi JOHN MARSHALL FRIES .... . Chicago Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade FRANCES LLICINDA ALICE FULLERTON . Tuscola Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Alethenal Literary Society, Gold Feathers, Daily Illini 1l, 21, Assistant Woman's Editor, Illio 121, Woman's Welfare Operetta 1l1, Cast, "The Dover Road" ARLA ZENE FULTZ ..... . Fairbury Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega Purdue University PAGE -82 L' .I A. 3.37: wry, A., ,'.,.-.. . . ..,,.. ,,...,......,,., P 1 .,-,. V fm- V. . ..- .I xr A- MARIE DOROTHEA FRANZ ..... Rockton Home Economics ROBERT BYRON FREED ..... . Olney General Business Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 131 CLARENCE A. FREW ..... . Chicago Pharmacy CASIL HAROLD FRIEDMAN . East Chicago, Ind. Law Phi Eta Sigma, Mask and Bauble, National Collegiate Players, Pierrots, Business Manager, "Don", Gen-eral Manager, "The Prince of Pilsen", Chairman, Sophomore Cap Committee, Junior Informal Dance Committee, Chairman, Illinois Union Elections Committee, Vice- President, Illinois Union 141, Chairman, Illinois Law Review Board, Class President 111 Honors Day S. VERNON FULLER . . . . Downers Grove General Business BYRL CAMMIE FULLING . . . . Palestine Agriculture Farm House Dolphins, Tribe of Illini, Agriculture Club, Varsity Swimming Letter 12, 31, S uad 141, Agricultural Dance Committee 13, 41, Junior tlnformal Committee MARIE ESTHER FUNKE . . . Edwardsville Law Theta Phi Alpha Kappa Beta Pi, Law Club, Rifle Team 121, Vice-Presi- dent, Senior Law Class St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, St. Louis University '33'f,7Q3K Wil 72:77. 79' P V X 1" D P 9 5 D 5 D P LOYAL Tom GALEREATH .... M artinsrille Athletic Coaching First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 LIBBY HARRIE1' GALST .... . - Cl7iC4S0 Liberal Arts and Science! Alpha Epsilon Phi AlPl1a Lambda Delta GRETCHEN CECELIA GANSCHINIETZ East St. Louis Home Economics Emera Home Economics Club Southern Illinois Normal University ERMA MAE GARBISCH . . . . Barrington Education Sigma Kappa Ch0l'll Society LIBERO GARDELLA .... . ChicaS0 Pharmacy W. GORDON GARRETSON ...,.. Girard Architectural Engineering Delta Phi G"K0vleI Scarabg Architectural Society HELEN MARIE GARVEY . . . St. Joseph, M0- Libcral Art: and Sciences ll i 4 i I 7 I .a rl lf I' I 1 . if lu 3 .li elf I 1 I if 1, KYGEV GEORGE CLARK GAIRING ..... Chicago Architectural Engineering ' Delta Alpha Epsilon Technograph 13, 415 Captain, University Brigade 141 CHARLES BOLLES GALE ..... Oak Park Chemical Engineering Alpha Delta Phi JOHN WILLIAM GANNAWAY, JR. . . Charleston Education Theta Xi Sigma Delta Sigma Eastern Illinois State Teachers College ESTHER EVELYN GARBE . . . . . Aurora Lilreral Arts and Science: Alpha Xi Delta LELAND EDWARD GARD . . . . Bone Gap Agriculture WINNIFRED LORENA GARLAND . . Dubuque, Ia. Home Econormc: Gamma Phi Beta , Kappa Delta Pig Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicrong Home Economics Club 11, 213 Orange Feathers: Gold Feathers LEROY ALLIN GARRETT . . . Savanna Pre-Law Sigma Nu Circulation Manager, Siren 1413 Sophomore Intramural Manager: Chairman, Homecoming Program Sales Com- mittee 131g Band 12, 31 University of Dubuque PAGE 83 . nv! CI-IARLQTTE A. GASAWAY . . Liberal, Kansas General Business Phi Mu Phi Chi Thetag Enterprise: 131 Lindenwood College CHARLES FREDERICK GEBI-IARDT . . '. Chicago Mechanical Engineering Delta Alpha Epsilon Sigma Tau: Pi Tau Sigmag Pi Delta Epsilon: . A. S. M. E.g Technograph 13, 413 Business Manager, 'gclgrsograph 14,5 Engineering Dance Committeeg Band Honors Day Crane Junior College WALTER DAVID GEI-IANT . . West Brooklyn Education Accountancy Club Northern Illinois State Teachers College KENNETH C. GERARD . . . Mishawaka, Ind. Athletic Coaching Phi Gamma Delta ESTHER VIoLA GERHOLD . . . Frankfort ' Education German Club MARGARET ELIZABETH GIERTZ . . Joliet Education Alpha Delta Theta Spanish Club James Milliken Universityg University of Olclahomag Joliet Junior College GERTRUDE GRACE GIFFORD .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences French Club 13, 43 fwxxxomxe g PAGE'84 GEORGE WILLIAM GAUGER .... Wilmette Architectural Engineering CLAUDE FRANCIS GEI-IANT ..... Aurora Electrical Engineering Phi Eta Sigmag E. E. Societyg Band 11, 2, 31 RUTH ETTA GEI-ms ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences CLARENCE CHRISTIAN GERHOLD . . Frankfort Chemical Engineering Honors Day joI-IN JOSEPH GIBBONS . . . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappag Phi Era Sigmag Pi Mu Epsilon EDMUNIJ WARLAND GIFFORD . Highland Park Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Theta A. S. M. E.: Infantry Officers' Clubg Scabbard and Bladeg Theta Taug Sophomore Track Managerg Captain, University Brigade 141 VAUGHN ARTHUR GILL .... Delta, Ohio Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon Bowling Green College Wx? F3333 X591 D P P 5 ETHEL MILDIIED GILIvIoIzE . . . Gibson City Education Gold Feathersg Baseball ll, Zlg Hockey Q21 RUTH ADELE GIRsBERGEIz . . . River Forest Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Torch? .lunior Assistant, Daily Illini MARGARET GOLDEN GLENN .... Henry Liberal Arts and Sciences M951 Lambda Deltag Aeolia Group, MARY LOUISE GoEEN ...... Marengo Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega g:ii'::l3,i1,e:-glrexiagrff Societyg Curtain and Bellg Woman? CARLOS CLYDE GOFF . . . . Charleston I Education S'8mI Delta Sigma Eastern Illinois State Teachers College BERNARD ELLIS GOLDSMITH . . Chicago - Pharmacy Vamfi' Basketball Squad Q31 DAVID GOMBERG ...... . Chicago Pharmacy I Q f r A 1 ' ' V., , tru. lK73K!iK Benn-IA ANNE GILMAN . . . , Dam, Education . Theta Phi Alpha Illinois Wesleyan Universityg Illinois State Normal Uni- versIty NAN I-IAwKINs GILPIN ..... Riverside Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Monticello Seminary EMMETT GLENN, JR. . ..... Clinton Banking and Finance FIIIEDA ALMA GoAD .... . Vandalia Education Illinois State Normal University ROBERT FRANCIS GoDDAIzD . . Davenport, Ia. Commerce and Law Delta Phi Scabbard and Blacleg Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Fencingg Varsity Fencing Letter ll, 3l, Ca tain 1313 Sophomore Cap Committeeg Military Ball Committeeg Lieutenant-Colonel, University Brigade ADELE GOLDFINGER ....... Chicago Liberal A rts and Sciences Sigma Delta Tau ' LILLIAN GOLDSTEIN ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Sigma Crane Junior College PAGE 85 A 1 GRACE KATHERINE GOODMANN . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Emerag Jamesonian Literary Societyg Orange Feathers GERTRUDE ELIZABETH GOQDYEAR . . DeKalb Education Choral Society Northern Illinois State Teachers College WALTER BERNARD GoUI.o . . Engineering Crane junior College CHESTER ARTHUR GOWIN . . General Business MICHAEL GRABOWSKI . . . . Law Sigma Delta Kappag Lieutenant, Unive CLARENCE WILLIAM GRAHAM Commerce Phi Eta Sigmag Pan-Xenia KATHRYN LOUISE GRAY . . Education Phi Mu Jamesonian Literary Society Eastern Illinois State Teachers College PAGE' 86 HKEKXA KATHERINE HELEN GOODWIN . Des Moines, Iowa Educalion Alpha Delta Pi I-IUGI-I HUNTER GouDIE, JR. . . Oswego Agriculture CHARLES ARNOLD GOUTEVENIER . . Oak Park Engineering Crane junior College LEONARD GRAELE ....... Eldorado Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Lambda Tribe of Illinig Varsity Football Letter l2, 3, 'UQ Var- sity Track Squad l3, 41 I-IERMAN WALLACE GRACE . . . Keensburg Liberal Arts and Sciences DoRoTI-:EA GRAY ........ Urbana Liberal A rts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Shi-Ai ARLEEN MARIE GREEN ..... Nashville Liberal Arts and Sciences Illinois Woman's College fthtmrevetfwnwt X I D D B . 5 D X CHARLES WILLIAM GREEN . . Detroit, Mich. Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta College of the City of Detroit JONATHAN PAUL GREEN .... . Moline Foreign Commerce Al ha Chi Rho P fffsisfi Trade Club: Piaxiaiig mio ci. 23: Chairmen- nion Welfare Committee Ui EVELYN RUTH GREENBAUM . West Franlclaff Liberal Arts and Sciences A1Plla Epsilon Phi Gold Feathers: Woman's Glee Club: Daily Illini ll, Zi I-indenwood College SHIRLEY FRANCES GREENLAW . . . Chicago Liberal Arts ana' Sciences finish Club: District chairman, waiiieifs Group System - 4ii Chairman, Inter-Illinae Committee l4J R0Ckford College RUSSELL TAAEFE GREGG , , . Fairfield Education Acacia llgzlatzlalgilfatgig Sigma Delta Sigma: Skull and Crescent: so'-1fh2rn Illinois Teachers College WILFRED GEORGE GREUBEL . Vincennes, Ind. Architectural Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Gargoyle: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Tau DOROTHY MINER GRIGSBY . . . . . Newlvn W I Home Economics '5h'n8Y0n University v . 1- if lf, i , !'r'!' 513 'xe- 'T ilu . - . in 6 if it r ' . i xi . 1, l, f., Jai- ,Lia-E. Ji ui ui CLARA MILDRED GREEN ..... Oakwood Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron Home Economics Club: Phi Upsilon Omicron Frances Shimer School FRANCES MONTROSS GREEN . . . La Grange Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Gamma Alpha Chi: Sketch Club Gulf Park College RICHARD L. GREEN .... . Urbana Agriculture Sigma Pi Agriculture Club: Freshman Varsity Football: Freshman Varsity Wrestling: Varsity Wrestling Squad l2, 3, 41 GEORGE DAVIDSON GREENE . . St. Louis, Mo. Electrical Engineering Theta Tau: Eta Kappa Nu: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: A.I.E.E.: Engineering Council: E. E. Society: Mask and Bauble: National Collegiate Players: Pierrots: Scabbard and Blade: Synton: Captain, Universit Brigade: Illini Theatre Guild: Assistant Manager, "The Prince nf Pil- sen": Production Staff, "Robin Hood." "The First Year," "Arms and the Man," "Listen, Lester," "Twelfth Night," "The Romantic Young Lady," "The Butter and Egg Man": Manager, "Nada" ELLswoRTI-t HENRY GREENWOOD . . . Pontiac Accountancy Alpha Kappa Psi: Accountancy Club HAROLD FRANZ GRESENS . . . Forest Park Pharmacy Louis STEVENS GRIGGINS . . . North Chicago Law Gamma Eta Gamma Pre-Legal Club PAGE 87 VERA ELIZABETH GRIM .... Mt. Carroll Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Tau Torchg Alethenai Literary Society: Daily Illini lllg First Council, Women's League: Chairman, Freshman Educational Committee: Freshman Frolic Committeeg Pan-Hellenic Council U, 41 JOHN GRISWOLD ..... . . . Moline Liberal Arts ana' Sciences WILFRED EDWARD GRONBERG . . . Elgin Civil Engineering HELEN ROBERTA GROVES . . . Decatur journalism Daily Illini l3l Monticello Seminary NORMAN JOSEPH GUNDLACI-I . . . Belleville General Business Phi Sigma Kappa Ma-Wan-Dag Tribe of Illinig Band of X: Tu-Masq Freshman Varsity Baseball Squadg Varsity Baseball Let- ter IZ, Bl, Squad Ml: Interfratcrnity Council Disciplin- ary Committeeg Senior Hat Committee PHILIP HENRY Gus'rAFsoN .... Cameron Liberal A rts and Sciences Theta Xi Phi Eta Sigmag Sigma Delta Chip News Editor, Daily Illini Q31 RAYMOND I-I. GUTHOFF . . . . Hudson Accountancy Lambda Alpha Lambda Accountancy Club 'ELCA PAGEE 88 ., ,I . . If is r . 5 F ll l .I X? DoNAI.D ROBERT GRIMES . . . . . Evanston Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Zeta Psi . Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Football Manager 141 RAYMOND FREDERICK GRoI-INE .... Joliet Banking and Finance Theta Chi Joliet Junior College BERNIE JOSEPH GRONSKI . . . . Herrin Accountancy Phi Eta Sigma ERNST HENRY GUMMERSI-IEIMER . . Columbia Agriculture Agricultural Clubg Agronomy Club: Zetitic Literary Society Southern Illinois State Normal ALAN MURRAY GUNN . . . . . Arcola General Business HAROLD WILBUR GUSTIN . .... Muncie Liberal Arts and Sciences Phalanx: Signal Corps Officers' Clubg Lieutenant, Uni- versity Brigade RAY CHESTER GUYER .... Marion, Ind. Foreign Commerce Phi Eta Sigmag Pan-Xenia 'XVVWWVKV 5 5 'V A 'Q HELEN CATHERINE HACKEMACK . . Warsaw Music Choral Societyg Womnl1's Glee Club Carthage College HERBERT GLENNVHAI-IN .... St. Charles Athletic Coaching KGPPH Tau Beta ARVA JASPER HAINES ..... . Noble I General Business slgml Iota Epsilon McKendree College HUGH KNIGHT HALE . . . . Omaha Agriculture Phi Gamma Delta Qjfhemi Tribe of Illinii vnisiiy Track Letter lzli "my Track Squad Mig Freshman Frolic Committee ARGHIE MARTIN HALL . . . East St. Louis Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha Phi AlPha Deltag Band ll, 2, 3, 41 WILLIAM WALLACE HALL .... Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Psi ffbb-ia .na Blnani Tn-Ivins, Illinois Magazine mi 'JBL University Brigade UD BLANC:-IE C. HALPER . . . I . Galesberg journalism AlPhH Epsilon Phi Dell' Sigma Rlini Theta Sigma Pliig Daily Illini In Knol College Rf STANLEY H, GUYER . . . West York Lan' ' Phi Alpha Delta University of Wisconsin ROBERT CAMPBELL HADLEY . Kansas City, Mo, Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon A. S. M. E. Kansas City junior College MARY CATHERINE HAI-IN .... Mt. Carmel Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta St. Mary-of-the-Woods College ALICE LEETA HALE ....... Omaba Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi HAMILTON ORIN HALE .... Crystal Lake Banking and Finance Delta Alpha Epsilon Sigma Iota Epsilong Band ll, 21 I-IALBERT HUGO HALL .... . Urbana Engineering Beta Psi - Dolphins: A. S. C. E. Crane College EUGENE PATRICK HALLIGAN , . . River Forest Electrical Engineering Syntong E. E. Society Notre Dame University PAGE 89' 0 ANFIN A. HALTUG .... Green Bay, Wir. Liberal Arts and Sciences Anubis RoaER'r TILLMAN HAMLETT .... , Chicago Electrical Engineering Sigma Pi Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsity Track Letter UD: Varsity Track Squad 141g Freshman Varsity Cross-Country: Varsity Cross-Country Squad Ol Armour Institute RODERICK CLYDE HAMMOND . . Chicago Pharmacy Chairman, Homecoming Decoration Committee MARTHA HANBS . . . . . . Maroa ' Education Illinois State Normal University HAROLD F. HANSEN .... Wagner, S. D. M edicine Phi Chi University of South Dakota RUTH MARIAN HANSEN . . . Lakewood, Ohio Education French Club ' Hiram College: Kent State College WENDELL HARLEY . . . . Geneva Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho First Lieutenant, University Brigade Ol CACK PAec'9o l , VV ' ww 'ri wa' .,. 'Thi We 5: 15' I .. , . I J 'al ,' 4 A ,N 1L.l 1'- ROBERT ARTHUR HAMILTON . . Fargo, N. D. Banking ana' Finance Theta Chi Alpha Delta Sigmag Band of X5 Infantry Ofhcers' Club: Pi Delta Epsilong Scabbard and Bladeg Associate Busi- ness Manager, Daily Illini l4j5 Major, University Bri- gade Ml North Dakota State College OLANDER LYMAN HAMMOND, JR. . Champaign Ceramic Engineering Chi Phi American Ceramic Socict 5 Cavalry OH-lcers' Club: Cap- tain, University Brigade F31 WAYNE HANCE ...... . Newman Pre-Medic FREDERICK ARTHUR HANSEN . . Rock Island Engineering Beta Psi General Engineering Societyg Phi Alpha Lamladag Cap- tain, University Brigade l2l MABEL SYLVIA HANSEN ...... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Joliet junior College EDWARD LAMPORT HANSON . . . Watxeka Foreign Trade Beta Theta Pi Band of X5 Pan-Xeniag Tu-Mas: Interscholastic Man- ager l4lg Athletic Board of Control 141 RAYMOND B. HARRINGTON .... Waukegan Banking and Finance Delta Upsilon Tu-Mas Vw! YCY.. it P D an B 5 'Q RUTH LUELLA I-IARROWER . . Cbica80 Education Alpha Delta Theta Crime .lunior College ALICE HELEN I-IARTENFELD . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Tau Athenian Literary Society: Daily Illini C215 Sirvh l3l Um""f5lfY of Chicago FREDERICK CHARLES I-IARTMANN . . Chica80 General Burznexs Chi Beta AlPl1Q Delta Sigma: Sigma Iota Epsilon: National Ad- vertising Manager, Siren HJ: Sophomore Football.Man- 'VU Dlsflplinary Committee, Interfraternity Council Hi MYRTLE LUCILE HAUN ...... Gilman Liberal Arts and Science: EDWARD CONSTANTINE HAVLIK . . . Chicago General Burinexx FLORENCE ISABELLE HAwIcs . Goshen, Ind- Education A1Pl12 Chi Omega Goshen College BARNEY HAYDEN . ....... Chicago Banking and Finance AIPl'K-1 Epsilon Pi Daily Illini 11, zi . 1 ,,,, F. i F! W I Le 'EP- l A r Ma. I ' l ,. 'r ' ' M L- T r l - ' , ,A 4 I: I . l .Lil I F. .,, F, l. . Uh: 4 hi ' : 'iff A g , 1 V N ' 1 V S., Lf u li ey l. 3-1515 .L , .te 11, ..:.i....,-J., 'lf' W: -I ,.i . WADE COFFEE HARRISON. . . . Attica, Ind. General Business Beta Theta Pi Sigma Iota Epsilon: Varsity Football Squad 143 ROBERT GORDON HART . . . . . Civil Engineering Oak Park Phi Eta Sigmag Chi Epsilong Sigma Taug Men'9 Glu Club l2l ROBERT j. HARTLEY . . . . . . . Toulon Commerce and Law ALBERT CHARLES HASSE . . . Peru Accountancy Sigma Nu Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Cross-Country Squad C21 ALICE GENEVIEVE HAVEN . . . Urbana Education Delta Delta Delta Alethenai Literary Society ELEANOR BURR HAWKES . . . . Roramond Home Economics Blackburn College MAUDE MARGARET' HAWKS . . . . Chicago Liberal Ari: and Science: nec PAGE 91 JOHN EvEIzE-r'r HAYES . . . . General Business Lambda Chi Alpha Beta Gamma Sigmag Sigma Iota Epsilong scholastic Manager En-IIvIEIz JENNINGS HAZEN . . . Ceramic Engineering Keramos Doaormr MILDRED I-IEARN . . Education BERNARD T. I-IECI-rr .... Law Phi Epsilon Pi SLoAN FRANKLIN HEDGECOCK . Dentistry Delta Sigma Phi Psi Omegag President, Student Council l21 CATHERINE ANN I"IEIN . . . Education MARY ANN HELD ...... Liberal Arts and Sciences Daily Illini ll, 21 AAOAA JY La Grange Junior Inter- Westfield Altamont . Chicago Plymouth Hollywood Raymond 9 PAGE 92 LELIA LEoNA HAYNES . . . . . Leroy Education DONALD C. HAZLETT . . . Russellville, Ind. ' Education DePauw University VERNON LAWRENCE HEATH . . Robinson journalism Alpha Kappa Lambda Pi Delta Epsilong Sigma Delta Chi: News Editor, Daily Illini, U15 Editor "I" Book l415 Freshman FI-olic Com- mitteeg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet l21 IRWIN A. HECHT . . . . . . Woodstock Accountancy HAYS MALCOLM HEIMBAUGH . . Monett, Mo. Railway Administration Railway Clubg Glee Club 1413 Captain, University Bri- gade 141 ALFRED GUSTAVE HEINZE . . . Chicago General Business Phi Nu Beta Alpha Phi Epsilon: Caisson Clubg Glee Club 141 MARGUERITE FLORINE HELLER . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Daubersg Pan-Hellenic Council C31 University of Wisconsin 'Nxwowsmw D D ERNEST HENNINGS ..... . Chicago Civil Engineering Tau Delta Tau WILLIAM H. HENSON ..... Champaign Ceramic Engineering Delta Alpha Epsilon Kei-an-105 ARTHUR THEODORE HERSEY . . . Harvey Civil Engineering Triangle A' S- C- E-9 First Lieutenant, University Brigade Q41 STANLEY A. I-IERZMAN ..... Chicago Commerce and Law Phi Epsilon Pi :Haha Delta Sigmag Illio il, 21: Freshman Smoker Com- Co ee? S0Ph0l'n9re Cap Committeeg Sophomore CDflllIDrl D mmlffvez Junlor Informal Committee: Chairman, Dad s Sv P'iP'Mc9Yifl8 l3lg Chairman, Homecoming Badge i' 95 Committee 133 GEORGE RICHARD HEss . . . Chicago Music P Phi Gamma Delta h' En Sigmag Mu Kappa Alpha JOHN ELLIS HEVRON . . . New Orleans, La. Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Tau Delta TU-Mas CHARLES MARTIN HICKMAN . . . Cbifdgo Law Phphi Sigma Kappa tio' fxliihl Deltag Tu-Mas: Alpha Alpha Alpha: Nl- Chn? Collegiate Player-sg Mask and Baublcg Pxerrotsc Caamfnlnf Illini Theater Guildg Senior Cane Committee! Shptaln. University Brigade 131: Homecoming Stun! ti ow ll. Zig Post-Exam Jubilee Ulg Assistant Produc- Lzm Manager, Post-Exam jubilee Gig Manager, "Listen, Arfegevellglsigm lliloh Btwn lzlkusid Ui, d Yi: I U A y H y K 5 an Manu H, Isten ester 1 J rm X. 125415 ' :Af ,Qi L3 P 1 'tl V' Q Y iii ,. fl V Q. H: Hr 4 . ,X ww 4 L+., H i ,J. will , Donon-nf HENDRICKS . . . , . Taylorville Liberal Ari: and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Daily Illini lllg Siren 111 FLORA MARNA HENRY . . Law Howano RAYMOND HERRICK . . Education Northwestern University HELEN R. HERSI-IMAN . . . . Home Economics Alpha Xi Delta EDWARD I-lsazoc . .. . . Electrical Engineering Kappa Delta Rho HAROLD LYMAN HESTER . . . Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta Men's Glee Club lllg Freshman Varsity University of Chicago MELVA ELIZABETH HEWETSON . Education Chicago Normal College . Chicago . Waterman Brook, Ind. . . Chicago . Taylorville Track . Lemont PAGE 93 JOHN WESLEY HIcIcIvIAN . . . Westville General Business Tau Delta Tau Sigma Iota Epsilong Illini Chamber of Commerceg Daily lllini ll, 21 Honors Day jol-IN WILLARD HIERONYMUS . . . Atlanta Electrical Engineering Theta Kappa Nu Eureka College EDWIN ERNEST HILL .... Spring Valley Education Adelphia Literary Society HARVEY MATHEW HINDERER . . . Walsh General Business Anubis JOHN SIMPSON HISSONG . . Westville Law Phi Delta Phi Freshman Varsity Track HELEN PEARL HOCKADAY . . . . Decatur Education Sigma Alpha Iota g Woman's Glee Club f2, 31 TI-IEoPI-IIL HENRY HoEEER . . Elherfield, Ina'. General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon Captain, University Brigade C41 CAKES -LI., li ,, m PAGE 94 . ' l-i' , - -r"rt' Trn- Q , . ' I X...- ,-f ., f' fi V , I , - "J, I-a.......,... - .,.,,... D il I l 4 I I H I, ,.. l l . I 1 i . 2 I - Q 1' at h. .,,, I 4TF,L.1.....r 4 .',' VERA NANCY HICKS ...... G reen feld Agriculture Agricultural Club: Mi-Hila Committee lily First and Second Councils, Woman's League UQ JOHN NORRIS HIGGINS ..... Champaign Athletic Coaching Tau Delta Tau Sophomore Smoker Committee: junior Prom .Ccmmitteeg junior Cap Committeeg Junior Smoker Commmeeg Chalr- man, Junior lnformalg PresIdent, Freshman Class LUCILE ELIZABETH HILL ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Bethany Circle Woman's Cosmopolitan Club JULIUS JAMES HIRSCHFIELD . . Champaign Law THOMAS JUNSHEE Ho . Vancouver, B. C., Can. Pharmacy Lewis Institute LoIs PATRICIA HODGSON ...... Joliet Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Illiola Literary Society Joliet Junior College HOWLAND W. HOERR ...... Aurora Chemical Engineering gnu-r--1 D D P . Mechallical Engineering P1 Tw Sigma, A. s. M. E. FRANK Wono HOGLUND ..... Chicago BEULAH D. HOLLAND ...... Omaha Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Allbha Delta Pi Dull' Illini 111: Illio 121: Junior Prom Committee 5 FRANK ELMEII HOLMSTRAND . . . Maywood' Architectural Engineering Theta Kappa Nu f1'f2Fga4?iama: Architectural Society: TechnoBf3Ph B GEORGE LEWIS I-loIzNER .... Champaign Architectural Engineering D Tall Kappa Epsilon tf"'g"g3 Dolphins: Scarab: Tribe of Illini: water Polo 5 ROGER WILLIAMS HovLAND .... Chicago Ph. General Engineering 05 Allivha Lambda: Phalanx: A. S. C. E.: Infantry Uniifsh Clulqg Sophomore Football Manager: Captain. WY Brigade 141 Honors Day MARSHALL STANLEY HOWARD . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Tau Freshman Varsity Track: Sophomore Track Manager STEWART SAMUEL HOWE . . . Streator Journalism phKaPPa Sigma Sil Eta Sigma: Kappa Tau Alpha: Skull and Crescent? 5:2113 Delta Chi: Sigma Upsilon: Editor, Illinois Magl- FmHl4l: Daily Illini il, z, 3, 41: siren 121: Freshman Chaic Committee: Sophomore Cotillion Committee? Info 'mini Homecoming Publicity Committee 121: Senior Imefplal Committee: Editor, Dad's Day Program 141: "'e"'UfY Council 141 X I' ' x S' 7 V if t I I a w PJ i .1 i 'Still X. - '-im gli' 1-51' I will "M i , - 'L . a..-..,. -..s.....4.i.f- ln .L -as Vx 1 . , ii-A Qiiiff ,, I . ar ...guan- 1" L . lb RALPH NIERNON HOFFMAN . . . General Business Acacia Waynesville Beta Gamma Sigma: Captain, University Brigade 141 DOROTHY E. HOLDER . . . . . Liberal Arts ana' Sciences . Chicago Jamesonian Literary Society: Orange and Blue Feathersg Spanish Club: Daily Illini 121 University of Wisconsin JOHN WINCHESTER I-loLMAN . . General Business Chi Psi Alpha Kappa Psi: Scabbarcl and Blade: Major, University Brigade 131 KARL MAX HOOVER . . . . . - Education . Chicago Illio 1l, 21: L0'Ying!U71 ISABELLE GRAYCE I-lolt'roN . . . Rock Island Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Augustana College JOHN DAVID How .... ' . Lakeville, Ind. Athletic Coaching Alpha Tau Omega Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Basketball Letter 12, 3, 41: Captain, University Brigade 141 JEROME KENT Hows . . . . . Electrical Engineering . Wenona PAGE 95 ALBERT WILLIAM HOWELL . . . Carterville Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nut Sigma Tau Southern Illinois Normal College ERNESTINE HUBBARD ..... Harrisburg Liberal Art: and Sciences Altheag First and Second Cabinet, Woman's League LEoNA HUDSON ...... Prophetstown Liberal Art: ana' Sciences Kappa Delta Alpha Lambda Delta: Iota Sigma Pig W. A. A. FRANK REID HUGHES . . . . . Chicago General Business Pi Kappa Alpha GEORGE ELWIN HULL .... Eureka, Kan. Education Phi Delta Theta Freshman Varsity Traclt LYNNE HARRIS HULL .... Eureka, Kan. Electrical Engineering Syntong A. I. E. E.g E. E. Societyg I. R. E.: Techno- graph C415 Assistant Manager of E. E. Show l41 University of Arkansas MELVIN BYNG HUNT ..... Lake Forest Architectural Engineering Architectural Societyg University Band Princeton Universityg Armour Institute of Technology CKE!! PAGE 96 MARIE EMILY HOYLER ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Science: St. Mary's College DOROTHY VERNON HUBBELL . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega Daily Illini ll, 21 Washington University RACHEL LOUISE HUFEMAN . . . . . Paris Liberal Art: and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron A Hamilton College HAZEL ERMA HUGHES . . . . Virginia Home Economics Bradley Polytechnic Institute KENNETH NOEL HULL . . . . . Urbana Accountancy Teclxnograph lZ1 LEIGI-I HALE HUNT ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Phi Alpha Delta: Phi Eta Sigmag Scabbard and Blacleg Cavalry Oliicers' Club' Illio ll, .215 Freshman Varsity Wrestlingg Military Ball Committeeg Pre-Legal Clubg Major, University Brigade ROSEMARY HUNTOON . . . . Rock Island Education Delta Delta Delta W. A. A.: Baseball ll, 31. Captain l21g Hockey ll, 2, 31: Captain, Volleyball 131: Volleyball Manager 1413 Business Manager, Homecoming Stunt Show l31g Chair- man, Woman's Stunt Show 1413 Freshman Frolic Com- mitteeg Sophomore Cotillion Committeeg Junior Faculty Reception Committeeg Doll Show ll, 31g Sans Souci l21 l 'xVV.7Wx,"0UVR7UK D D 5 N. MARY LOUISE HUSBAND . . . - Aw S Education outhern Illinois Normalg Washington University Donorm' LILLIAN I-IussEMANN . . Roanoke Home Economics Gold Feathersg Omicron Nug Psi Upsilon Omicron HAROLD JOSEPH HUTCHINS . . - Allfflm Education Mfxindree College ETHEL LORRAINE I-IYMAN .... Chica80 Liberal Arts and Science: G Sigma Delta Tau fegorlan Literary Society BESSIE MUNIER ILES . . . . Champaign M M usic Ea':tK2ppa.AIpha Hn Illinois State Teachers College EVERETT ESTELL IRICK ..... Pittsfield Al h Z Agriculture P I etag Al h T Al h , A ' lt I Education Club? Akicultuliar Cliiih' .igrllanoxiiilcgflilllili Hoof and I-flag: alibi Y. M. c. A. cabinet mg Giain Judeins Honors Day R055 SHURTZ IRLE ....... M ahomet B Athletic Coaching ndley P0lY!echnic Institute If- . F.- - f 1, 'fl- ,- I IJ 2 I , 5 K xx X I 'LIZ' 1 'NIV I M454 7 ..-,.,q,7--ff-rr - .'.....Il.. hoo in J s 1' 1, 1 ,a f L", 'VLC' nge., I A Y i E I .yy l l i Yr 'i I rn. F l li 5 I i 1 ,. .I .,i.,. 5 SFI Zulu-.'ut.. ..1.-. ' f ' :'.rr."f. GEORGE OWEN HURLEY . . . . . . '. . North Manchexter,lnd. Banking and Finance . Phi Delta Theta Wabash College WILLIAM THOMPSON HUSBAND . . . Chicago Agriculture Delta Phi Agricultural Club: Caisson Club: Hoof and Hom Clubg Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade HJ MARY ADELINE HUSSEY . . . . . Urbana Liberal Art: and Science: Anonian Literary Societyg Woman's Cosmopolitan Club JAMES DRAKE I-Iu1'cI-IINsoN .... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Phalanx: Pi Tau Pi Sigma ' JOSEPH BENJAMIN HYMAN . Indianapolis, Ind. Accountancy Butler University MARJORIE JEAN IMBS . . . . Chicago Education Theta Upsilon W. A. A.g Life-Saving Club: Swimming fl, 2, Hg Cap. tain, Swimming Team lllg Hockey ll, Sly Track ll, 213 "Listen, Lester" NELLITH C. IRISH ....... Chicago Liberal Art: and Sciences Kappa Sigma Tau Lewis Institute PAGE 97 HENRY FRANCIS IRVING .... jacksonville Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi Tau Sigmag Theta Tau Illinois College ANDREW McCoRMAcK IvEs . . . Oak Park Architectural Engineering Theta Xi Architectural Societyg A. S. C. E.g A. S. M. EJ Scarabg Business Manager, Architectural Year Book IZ, SJQ Chorus, "Sin" MARGARET ELLEN JACK . . . . Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences Choral Society HM Baseball ll, Hg Basketball fl, 2Jg First Council, Woman's League HJ ZERNY MONROE JACKSON ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences O'r'ro JANEs ....... . Chicago General Business Phi Kappa Tau , ALLEN BURTON JEFFERY . . . . . Chicago Industrial Administration Tau Delta Phi Honors Day FLORENCE MARIE JENSEN ..... Roberts Liberal Arts and Sciences Iota Sigma Pi Illinois Wesleyan University GOI GMXA , PAGE 98 ., ... c,., .. si ,-yi'-v s, .., ,,.,:71,. r r l i I I .! If 1 I VERNON WILLIAM ITTNER . . St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Delta Chi: Daily Illini fl, 2, sy JOHN I-IIET1' IvEs ...... Delphi, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi THOMAS EDWARD JACKSON, JR. . . . Urbana Accountancy Glee Club ll, 2, 3, 4J5 Cast, "Robin Hood" Ui JAMES WILLIAMS JAcoEsoN .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Kappa Pierrorsg Captain, University Brigade 131 Iowa State College HENRY N. JASZKOWSKI . . . l. . . Chicago Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.: E. E. society JOSEPH RICHARD JEFFREY . . . . Joliet General Business Alpha Delta Phi HAROLD M. JENSEN .... Chesterton, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences North Central College KW Yi P 5 B X W! 4?'..f SJW RUTH INEZ ,IETER ...... Champaign Education Chi Ome a . S Elregorian Literary Societyg Illiola Literary Societyg Inter- HEFFIIY Councilg Cast, "Robin Hood" i213 C359 'SWL Lester" C315 Woman's Glee Club 141 ALBERT A. JOHNSON , , , . Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi ligeslglrln Varsity Basketballg Varsity Basketball Squad CHARLOTTE ALICE JOHNSON . Sheridan, Wyo. Liberal Art: and Science: Pi Beta Phi Franklin College CLYDE WILLIAM JOHNSON ..... Geneva Liberal Art: and Science: KHPIM Delta Rho ledI:,'WHh-Dag Sachemg Sigma Delta Chig Phi Eta Sigmag mf News Editor, Daily Illini 141 FRED WILLIAM JOHNSON . . . Carbondale Pharmacy K3PPH Psi southern Illinois Normal MYRTLE LENNEA JOHNSON . . . Oak Pdfk Ch, Education N380 Normal College MARIE H. ,lol-INs1'oN .... . Chicago A ' Physical Education Cmfggfjh College of Physical Educationg University of EI, 'Q 1 I I v wi rv o-' wh I I 4 as.. 1' EN I 'A " 1 6 . .xv 0' 3'- 'IL 'H e R ' 1 ,P 1, N -.-, Y . -f-- F' I iii lleiirl I Cru-: . --H- rr-I n , Y fa 5Y'N'i7vWx7oX LILLIAN EVA JESSEE ......, Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Lambda Deltag Jamesonian Literary Society: Anonian Literary Societyg Orange Feathersg First and Second Cabinets, Woman's League Q21 DONALD F. JOHANNSEN ...... Joliet Liberal Art: and Science: gll:f:xlic2luEocietyg Landscape Architectural Societyg Joliet Junior College ARTHUR LENOX JOHNSON . . . Collinsville Commerce Bowling Captain 13, 413 Captain, University Brigade 141 CLARENCE EARL JOHNSON ..... Capron Liberal Arls and Science: Pi Kappa Alpha Beloit College DONALD L. JOHNSON . ..... Jonesboro Civil Engineering Lambda Alpha Lambda A. S. C. E. Murrow AILEEN JOHNSON . Michigan City, Ind. Liberal Art: and Sciences Delta Zeta Torchg First and Second Council. Woman's League 1215 Y. W. C. A. Second Cabinet C315 Y. W. C. A. First Cabinet 441 Lindenwood College ' EUGENE EVERETT JOHNSTON . . . Blue Island Liberal Art: and Sciences Gamma Pi Upsilon PAGE 99 MERRILL HEARST JOHNSTON . . Pittsfield Law Theta Alpha Phi Alpha Delta, Student Editor, Illinois Law Review Illinois College PHILIP WELDON JONES ...... C hicaga Industrial A alministration Theta Xi Cavalry OH-icers' Club, Sophomore Baseball Manager, Captain, University Brigade 141, Band 1lJ Louisiana State University WILLIAM DONALD JONES . . Streator Law Theta Delta Chi Phi Alpha Delta ELIZABETH JORZICK . . . . . Louisville, Ky. Education Kappa Kappa Gamma ORVILLE JAMES KACENA . . . . Chicago Accountancy HERBERT SPENCER KAMIN . . Peoria Law Phi Epsilon Pi Illinois Law Review 13, 41 MARTHA ELIZABETH KARNAHAN . . Carlinville Education Beta Phi Alpha Blackburn University AACKZAC PAGE 100 i I S I 'I J' G. ,1 if M' an .A ' , 1 1 .4 li l i 4. ., 4 , . . M an 55. M. .e 'a I vis E- Ali' I r in at if J l 'I '? il l ra i l i 5 if if. . "lf ' I e u! J elk. A W' 'Q if is ii' I+, tw in .il ii fl ,a..s.. . 5 1 . l Hi 5.1 31 ,. Z1 .55 i 1 'ku 'nv .ea .,,.. W. wap., ev' fo . ea I JENNIE MAUD JONES . . . . . . Benton Liberal Arts and Sciences Alethenai Literary Society, Omicron Nu, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 13j Waslxington University SPERLING DEE JONES . . . . . . Dewey General Business Chi Phi Ma-Wan-Da, Sachcm, Skull and Crescent, Band of X: Track Manager 12, 31, Basketball Manager 14j, Dance Supervision Committee 14j WILLIAM HAROLD JONES . . . . . . Dixon Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega Skull and Crescent, Tu-Mas, Chairman, Freshman Frolic Committee, Sophomore Cap Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Chairman, Junior Cap Committee, Union Election Committee 131, Union Dance Commit- tee 14j, Senior Hobo Parade Committee, Vice-President, Interfraternity Council 14l WILLIAM GEORGE JOURDAN . . . Oak Park General Business Delta Sigma Phi ' CYRII. V. KALLAL ...... Clnesterfeld Agriculture Agricultural Club, Farm Mechanics Club, A. S. A. E. WALTER MANCHESTER KARBOWSKI . . Chicago Dentistry Psi Omega, Student Council 141 Crane Junior College PHILLIP JOHNS KARTHEISER . . Aurora Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta University of Chicago Vifbtmyaxrrwutrer D D 5 B D ELEANOR MARIE KEANE ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences SY- Xavier College RICHARD MCCUTCHEN KECK . Champaign Law Phi Gamma Delta Skull and Cresccntg Freshman Smoker Committee FLOYD M. KELLER .... . .Cicero Agriculture KHPPH Tau Beta Agricultural Clubg Dairy Club MARIE V. KEMPE .... . Chicago Education Zeta Tau Alpha Hfifkev 4419 Volley Ball mg Daily Illini 131 Ch'f3E0 Normal College L'-ORENCE MYRA KENDALL . . . . Victoria Liberal Arts and Scicncex DOROTHY ANN KENNEDY . . . St. Louir, Mo. Liberal Arts and Science: JACOB R. KEPPLER . . . Woodhaven, N. Y- - Dentixtr Psi Omega y New York University yi I i r . l t f L. ' I I 1. SQ LQ l. li xr' .. . 'li Il ii f I Q X :ig ual 2- .ii WG' , 'N . I.,-..-.. .,4..,x.z.n.:c "v ,-,..,n. . -..4.....s I L. f I E. 4 .I Z wi A. I. I A I 5 I i i l 1 3 i I . l I I I I-, P. 5 I is 5 I l E 1 f. ly I. i . '-,fl Vi .Lg irj Aiwgi .I 'i .U -ev'v'r-rv"vTfw-f. .P ,,... ..- ,, D- . ,V .Law .. ,I ....... . . .. LA VERNE EDWARD KAUTT . . . Chicago General Buxinets Captain, University Brigade HJ GEORGE BLUST KECK . . . . . . Freeport Industrial Administration Theta Xi Pi Delta Epsilon: Technograph ll, 215 Senior HM Committee ELIZABETH MARGARET KEISER . . . Chicago Liberal Ari: and Sciences OLA ALMARINE KELLY. . . . Urbana Education Bethany Circle ALICE ELEANOR KENDALL . . . . Victoria Home Economics GEORGE MITCHELL KENDRICK . . . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Delta Alpha Epsilon Pi Tau Sigma: A. S.,M. E.g Engineer Ofhcers' Clubg Captain, University Brigade WILLIAM BARRY KENT . . . . Oak Park Pre-Law Sigma Chi Tumasg Alpha Delta Sigmag Pi Delta Epsilong Student Council 1413 President, Illinois Union H13 Illio ll, 213 General Chairman, Homecoming Big Junior Prom Com- mittceg Senior Hat Committee fi PAGE 101 GLADvs MARIE KESSLER . . . . River Forest Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta WALTER HARLEY KIDDER ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Men's Glee Club 141 University of Vermont CHARLES CLARENCE KILANDER . . . Chicago General Business Chi Psi Skull and Crescent MARIE HELEN KILLINGER ..... Jolie! Home Economics Omicron Nug Home Economics Clubg Cosmopolitan Club Joliet junior College GEORGE EDMOND KIMBLE . . . . Paris Electrical Engineering HARRY EVER1' KINCAID ...... Quincy Landscape Architecture Alpha Rho Chi U. L. A. S.: Mask and Baubleg Landscape Society: Vista lil: Production Staff, "Twelfth Night" l3l HARRIETTE KING . . . . . Lakewood, Ohio Liberal Arts and Sciences Iota Sigma Pig First Council, Woman's League CACA! PAGE 102 l l ll V, F . if T i I 4 v I I I --,,,,r, .Ll . At .V V, I 3 .A If I l L 5 i F ' -..- F R,--fe ' .gr I I , , ,W iw'-rff ,saiana o, --, , ,Y -. GILBERT CLARENCE KETTLEKAMP . . Nolzomis Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Phi Sigmag German Club DOROTHY VERA KILGORE . . . . Waukegan Home Economics Beta Phi Alpha CONRAD HENRY KILICH .... Champaign Liberal A rts and Sciences SYLVIA DQRINDA KILTON . . . . . Urbana Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicrong Omicron Nut Home Economics Club: Orange Feathers Honors Day LLOYDE LANDIS KIMMEL . . . . Atwood Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Tau Alphag Agriculture Clubg Agriculture Educa- tion Clubg Band ll, 2, 31 ARTHUR MANSFIELD KING. . . . . ElPaso Commerce and Law Acacia Skull and Crescentg Tribe of lllinig Freshman Varsity Fencingg Captain, University Brigade MILDRED KATI-IRINE KING . . Brighton Education Illinois State Normal College X 1 P X 1 I 'WN MARY RAMoN KINNEY .... Mount Carrol Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Frances Shimer School MARGARET KIRKBRIDE . . . . . Oak Parlc Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Upsilon fm D B 5 D WILLIAM ORVIS KIRKPATRICK . Red Deer, Alberta, Can. Industrial Administration WALTER KLABLUNDE ...... Cbica80 Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Pi Upsilon ERVIN CARLETON KLEIDERER . Evansville, Ind. Liberal Imiifxa Phi Epsilon -X Arts and Sciences VERA KLINTZ ........ Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences Shliippa Alpha Theta "Ali Illini Theater Guild l4l: Second Cabinet, 'xiioyikissrhiitlgllllrfilgj Cabinet HJ: Chairman, Inter- Rockford College MARGARET KLooz. . . . Youngstown,Obiv :Pen Sigma Phi 'um College Journalism isii . . .ei. ' t :lst in . .qa.i 5 ,VE 9' 3 ,fi I , I I. . I ' Ft' , ,VI:1' ' 'fini YXYUK HARRY LOVELAND KINNE, JR. . . . . . . . . Mountain Lakes, N. 1. Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Skull and Crescent: Scabbard and Blade: Tribe of Illini: Dolphins: Cavalry Ofliccrs' Club: Captain, Varsity Water Polo 141: Varsity Swimming Letter l3, 41: Military Ball Committee HJ: Lieutenant-Colonel, Bri- gade Staff Executive Officer HD WALLACE NELSON Kmav . . . . . Chicago General Business LAWRENCE RAYMOND KIRKPATRICK . Tiskilwa General Business Accountancy Club: Enterpriser Ol Knox College GLEN D. KISTLER ...... . Joy General Business Accountancy Club: Sociology Club Browns College of Commerce HENRIETTE ELIZABETH KLEHM Arlington H eigbts Liberal A rts and Sciences Emera Gold Feathers: German Club University of Wisconsin LUCILE KLEIN . . . . . Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Delta Tau Gold Feathers h Ward Belmont College HAROLD THOMAS KLOBOUCNIK . . Cicero Pharmacy PAGE 103 RALPH WENDEL KLUGE ..... Chicago Civil Engineering Beta Kappa A. S. C. E. HENRY WILLIAM KNERR .... Champaign Lilneral Arts and Sfiences Theta Kappa Nu Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Mu Epsilon: Adclphic Literary Societyg Illio 121 Honors Day THEODORE JOHN KNUTZEN . . . . Gilroy Athletic Coaching Theta Kappa Nu IRMA LOUISE KocH ...... Highland Home Economics Phi Omega Pi Torchg Junior Assistant, Daily Illini 131 Honors Day ROBERT LEo KOEHLER . . . Kansas City, Mo. Electrical Engineering Theta Kappa Nu E. E. Society ALBERTA MARIE KOHLENBACH . . Columbia Education Southern Illinois State Normal College BERNICE KOHR ...... St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Tau W. A. A4 Volleyball 1319 Swimming Team 131 Harris College All PAGE104 X 'fa-V24 H.x..g.s,: tl.. BURDETTE KNAPPENGER . . . . . Sciota General Business Western Illinois State Teachers College Louis FRANKLIN KNOBLOCK . . Arthur Law Sigma Mu Sigma Phi Delta Phi LUTHER Ko ....... Canton, China Liberal Arts and Sciences Crane Junior College I-I. ARPIN KOEHLER . . . . Chicago Education Phi Mu Delta Daily Illini 1113 Lieutenant, University Brigade 121 Northwestern University MARION ALFRED KOELLER . . . New Canton Agriculture Agriculture Clubg Horticulture Clubg Glee Club CARROL JOSEPH KoHNER . . . St. Louis, Mo. Lan' Sigma Alpha Mu STEVEN ARTHUR KOSTAKOS . . . Chicago General Business Alpha Kappa Psig Illio 121 YxVVWx79l7VJUl7KXll CHRISTINE MARIE LOUISE KRAUSE . Dieterich Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Lambda Delta Clark University HENRY THOMAS KUCERA ..... Berwyn Mechanical Engineering Beta Psi S- M- E-1 Adelphic Literary Society: Engineer Officers' Ubi Captain, University Brigade 141 GEoReE HENRY KUHLMAN . . Sumner, Iowa Electrical Engineering German Clubg Theta Alpha Pi Bridle? Polytechnic Institute Al-VIN WALDEMAR KUNKE . . . . Elgin Commerce and Law Gamma Eta Gamma Bali Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigma Honors Dgy JOHN KUSINSKI ........ Chicago Athletic Coaching Phi Sigma Kappa zggityogaglliilnitsreshman Varsity Baseballg Captain. LORINE L. LAIR ....... Champaign Liberal Art: and Science: ,KfPPil Delta Girls Debating Team H, ELEANOR VIRGINIA LAMBERT . . . Maywood Physical Education T Delta Delta Delta Fgflln Shl'Ai? W. A. A.: Vice-President. QMHE0 Natiers lui Council, Gold Feathers 12,5 Chairman, Homonll .Woman's League Convention 1315 Chairman, Homecoming Decorations Committee 13l9 Womens ecoming Chairman 1415 Hockey 11, 23 'X ' FRED W. KRAF1' ...... East St. Louis Landscape Architecture Alpha Delta Phi ' Washington University FREDA RAY KRIEGER . . . . . Metropolis Education Southeast Missouri State Teachers College WALTER WILLIAM KUEHL . . St, Louis, Mo. Electrical Engineering Chi Tau Cavalry Officers' Club: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Mu Epsilong Captain, University Brigade 141 Honors Day RAYMOND CHARLES KUI-:N . . . Centralia Agriculture Delta Alpha Pi Agriculture Education Clubg Alpha Tau Alpha JOHN VYTAUTAS KURTINAITIS . . . Chicago Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.: E. E. Societyg Eta Kappa Nu: Pi Mu Epsilon Honors Day Crane Junior College CLARENCE BERNETT LADINE . . Prophetxtown Education Northwestern Universityg Illinois Collegeg Augustana College ' ANNA CAROLYN LAMBERT ..... Oglexby Education Illinois State Normal Collegeg University of Wisconsin :Adi PAGE 105 HOWARD CLIFFORD LAMBERT Education Alpha Tau Alpha PETER GEORGE LAIvInEsIs . Pharmacy Kappa Psi University of Wisconsin RALPI-I HENRY LANDON . Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi . . Urbana . Chicago Jacksonville, Fla. Phi Alpha Lambda: Pi Delta Epsilong Theta Tau: Tribe of Illini, Varsity Gym Team l2, 3, 415: Business Man- ager, Technograph lilg Engineering ance Committee 3 CARROLL SPENCER LANGSTON .... Urbana Liberal A rts and Sciences johnson Bible College MILDRED ANNETTA LA PLANT . . . Antioch Liberal A rts and Sciences Basketball fl, 215 Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. l2l JOHN Donns LARIMER . . . . . . Peoria Mechanical Engineering FRANK WESLEY LAUDER . . . . Carterville Electrical Engineering 'PAGE 106 'F' a LUCILLE CLAIRE LAMBERT . . . Chicago Education Theta Phi Alpha Chicago Normal College HELENE AIMEE LAMET ..... Warsaw Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Theta Pi Gregorian Literary Societyg First Council, Woman'l League - St. Mary-of-the-Woods College LESLIE STURDEVANT LANE . . . . Chicago General Business Delta Phi Alpha Delta Sigmag Daily Illini ill: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet l2l CHARLES PERNEMENIS LANSFORD . . St. Peter General Business Sigma Mu Sigma Icarus BAILEY LA PORTE . . . . . .... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Psi Phi Alpha Deltag Illio lily Captain, University Brigade 3 SAVATOR FRANK LA RoccA . . . Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigmag Athletic Editor, Illini Pharmacist l3l Crane Junior Collegeg Universitl' of Wisconsin WILMALAW . . . . . . . Savanna Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi Shi-Ai, Chairman, Homecoming StamP C?mmlff09 Qi! Junior Prom Committeeg Woman's Chairman, Union Dance Committee Hi Honors Day KW 'ff . 3 5- 1 Ww6'., . JM70' MARIE L. LAWRENCE . . . Fort Collins, Colo. Liberal Arts and Sciences TU'F3Pin Clubg W. A. A. Colorado Agricultural College MILDRED DOROTHY LEASE . . . Granite City I Physical Education lY4f9WSaving Club: Physikos Paideiag W. A. AJ - . C. A.g Hockey U13 Volleyball U1 Shurtleff College, Joliet Junior College DOROTHY VIRGINIA LEE ..... Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Pi Dllta Phig Alethenai Literary Society: Daily Illini: ghrigmahr Finance Committee, Woman's Leagueg Finan a ECWVHTY. Woman's League R0Cltford College OMER CLARE LEE . .... West Frankfort General Business Beta Ka a PP Seslllnln Varsity Trackg Varsity Track Squad 13. 4ii Gafiay Football Squad C415 Varsity Basketball Squad GLADYS LEEPER ........ Centralia Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Sigma Kappa Baseball l2j FREIDA B. LEIBOVITZ ....... Elgin Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Phi Epsilon 23'-A A.: Hockey qzy, Basketball m 'lwcfsilv of Wisconsin GLENN PERRY LEONARD . . . . Pontiac Accountancy Bef' Alpha Psi Us l AQ . ,Q 4 L gr , d ya r . V1 N 3 325313 4"-V . 'Q ight f . I ie? 1 It .n' sf,-5 5, ,I I ., ,gaijl L: :Z l C iffiil . -I , 4. I 5 l I l i , i . - a ,. it ri iv if if li 5. iv! Ii' 'I :If l it IJ li is-I RQ .il lil 'ta l. L If F: is .lt ill CHARLES HAROLD LAWLER .... Rush-ville Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E. l Illinois Wesleyan University Mas. CLARA DERBY LEACI-I . . Champaign Music Theta Upsilon Choral Societyg ,lamesonian Literary Society Honors Day DOROTHEA RUNYAN LEAVERTON . . Danville Horne Economics Spanish Club Rockford College GEORGE BAKER LEE .... . Harrisburg Law Phi Sigma Kappa Phi Alpha Deltag Union Dance Committee, Senior In- formal Dance Committeeg Interfraternity Councilg Presi- dent, Senior Class, Law School ROBERT EDWARD LEE ....... Silvis Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Upsilon Omega WILLIE REEVES LEHMANN ..... Cbicago Liberal A rts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Illiola Literary Society . Rockford College RAYMOND CHARLES LEIMBACHER . . Joliet General Business Alpha Delta Phi Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad l2. 3 PAGE 107 WALTER VLADIMIR LESAK . . . . Chicago General Business Mask and Baubleg Men's Glee Clubg Philomathean Lit- erary Socieryg Pierrotsg Daily Illini 1215 Freshman Gym Teamg Captain, University Brigade 1415 Cast, "Robin Hood," ' Listen, Lester," "Romantic Young Lady," Prince of Pilsen," "Butter and Egg Man" FELIX WALTER LESZCZYNSKI . . Chicago Pharmacy Loyola University MILTON DUNN LEVY ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences WILLIAM HAROLD LICHTY . . . . Zion General Business Delta Sigma Pi Kappa Phi Sigma: Freshman Varsity Wrestling: Band ll, 2, 3, 415 Freshman Debating Team ADELINE LIERMAN ...... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Choral Society ll, 2, 3, 41 MAXINE STEWART LILL . . . . . Kenilworth Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta ARTHUR LINICOME . . . .... Urbana Banking and Finance Beta Gamma Sigma: Beta Nu Kappa 'PACK PAGE 108 BEMIS LESTER ..... Kansas City, Mo. Architectural Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Architectural Societyg B. A. I. D. ALLAN CARLYLE LE VINE . . Chicago Commerce WEN-PANG LI ...... Canton, China Civil Engineering A. S. C. E.5 Chinese Engineering Societyg Chinese Stu- dent's Club Fuh-Tan University HAROLD ALBERT LIDSTER ..... Mattoon General Business Icarusg Scabbard and Blade: Major, University Brigade 141 THOMAS REED LIGGETT . . . Metropolis Commerce Beta Alpha Psig Freshman Varsity Tennisg Varsity Tennis Squad IZ, 3, 41 CI-IUNG GEN LIN ..... Canton, China Agriculture Agricultural Club: Chinese Agricultural Society in Americag Chinese Student's Clubg Horticulture Society La Universitato Utopia PAUL BERTEL NIcoLAI LIND . . Chicago . Law Gamma Eta Gamma Illinois Law Review xxtxtwvvvnw B A 'S ROBERT LAWsoN LINDSAY .... Springfield General Business Delta Sigma Lambda JUANITA LINDSEY ..... . Potomac Home Economics Theta Upsilon VIRGIL RAYMOND LINTRAP . . . Boswell, Ind. Banking and Finance Accountancy Club: Beta Nu Kappa Indiana University OTT0 B. LITWILLER .... . Hopedale Dentistry Psi Omega President Senior Class milwis State Normal: Lewis Instituc Cl-EMENT VIVIAN LI.oYDE . Kingston, jamaica Civil Engineering KGPPGI Alpha Psi A.. S. C. E. Misc Training College LIONEL LONDON ...... . Chicago Civil Engineering Omicron Alpha Tau Crane .lunior College CHESTER V. LoNG ...... . Quincy Architectural Engineering .,- M Y, ' . It ,. 1 Hn l . 4 1 T X 1 f 'I ,.,..,,.,. ,.,,,,.o...... uw -5, - ' .. ,-,.,......-.-.. -Laila wr: 2' I ..aI.,.si....u--'f - 'M MARVEL F. LINDEMAN . . . Channing, Mich, Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau Marquette University XVII.I.IAIvI L. LINDSAY ...... Eldorado Mining Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda Q. I. M. E.: Delta Mu Epsilon: Mining Society: Them au IRVIN Roswsu. LINNARD . . . Peotone Engineering Theta Xi Phi Alpha Lambda: Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Technograph 121: junior Circus Manager: Engi- neering Council 141: Major, University Brigade 141 FREDERICK MOORE LITTELL .... Chicago Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.: Pi Tau Sigma: "I" Book 131: Freshman Varsity Track: Chairman. "Y" Campus Service Com- mittee 141g Captain, University Brigade CARL GLEASON LIVENGOOD . . Atwood Agriculture Agriculture Club: Agriculture Education Club: Alpha Tau Alpha DOROTHY MARGARET Locx . . . Glen Ellyn Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha French Club: W. A. A.: Hockey 11, 21: Baseball 1l1: Bowling 1l. Z, 31: Finance Committee, Y. W. C. A. 121 EI.EANoR ALICE LONEK . . . Chicago Education Kappa Delta Anonian Literary Society: Choral Society 1l, 21: Woman's Glee Club 11, Z, 3, 41: First Council, Wom:n's League 13, 41: Chairman, Freshman Educa- tion Committee 13, 41: Cast, "Robin Hood" PAGE 109 JAMES RICHARD LoNG ..... Oak Park Liberal A rts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma Engineer Ofiicers' Clubg Captain, University Brigade l4l RUDDLPI-I FREDERICK Lo'rz . . . . Chicago General Engineering Theta Xi Sports Editor, Daily Illini HJ GEORGE WILLIAM LowE .... Algonquin General Business Phi Pi Phi Sigma Iota Epsilon LOIS ADAMS LOWENSTEIN . . White Hall Law Delta Alpha Pi Phalanxg Sigma Delta Kappag University Band ll, 2, 31 FAE R. LUCAS ....... Cbandlerville Education Zeta Tau Alpha W. A. A.: Hockey UM Basketball B15 Baseball 131 Illinois Woman's College H. MILTON LUNDEEN . . . . Bloomington Education Theta Alpha Illinois State Normal College MAIDEN CLAIRE LUNDY .... Tulsa, Okla. Floriculture Tulsa University A AAC!! PAGE 110 Wy." , M.. ., la! 1 'wmffaf' i F vw A , I 'fr'-'ff--si 5 wsgwmyaeaq-www t im- " ' A ,,f,4.. : ., I :ww EDWARD E. LoNosoNs, JR. . Law Tau Delta Tau Gamma Eta Gamma WILLIAM WRAY LovE . . . . . Liberal Arts and Sciences HERBERT BYRON Lows . . Law Gamma Eta Gamma University Band ll, 2, 3, 4, 5, HAROLD ALVIN LDWENTHAL . . Law Sigma Alpha Mu Illio lllg Siren ll, 21 THURSTON Rouen LUNDEBERG . Law Theta Alpha . M arion Champaign . Decatur . Chicago . Chicago tgayrsity Golf Squad l5lg Captain, University Brigade N. MARIE LUNDGREN . . . Education Lambda Omega Spanish Club Illinois State Normal Collegeg National Mexico I-IERMAN CHAUNCEY Lust: . Law Gamma Eta Gamma Southern Illinois Normal College . Lostant University of . Flora Vx? W 791 Yo! BW. DANIEL R. LYON ........ Chicago D Mechariical Engineering Beta Psi Qlfjyan-Dai Thema Taug Tribe of mini, A. s. M. E., S man Varsity Track: Varsity Track Letter l2, 3, 41 JULIA MARIAN LYONS ...... Chicago 1 Liberal Arts and Sciences P' Mu Epsilon Cmnt .lunior College B VIRGIL ROY McBRooM ..... Watseka . General Business I .Pl Kappa Alpha um ll' Zi: Siren l3j BERNICE ELIZABETH MCCARRON . . Berwyn Education Delta Zeta -lamfionian Literary Societyg Gold Feathers D RILEY MCCLAIN ....... M elcal fe Law Al ha Al . . .Pl1aAlhgB G S :Ph Alh 2g?:3,lPhx Eta stigma: gizbbaiilmhmhd Blyiihg Liei1ten:n: 'wr University Brigade up Honors Day PERRY CECIL lXgCCOLLOM ..... Urbana eramic Engineering S- B- A. c. s. JOHN WILLIAM MCCONNELL . . . Woodstock Liberal Arts and Sciences scalgjeha KQPPH Epsilon ard and Bladeg Tu-Masg Picrrots K I ELEANOR ROBBINS LUTTRELI. . . . Franklin Liberal Arts and Sciem,-gy Pi Delta Phi i Illinois Woman's College HARRIET ELIZABETH LYoN . , Urbana Music Zeta Tau Alpha Woman's Glee Club, Accompanist Parsons College JANE LWCBRIDE ...... Kokomo, Ind. Liberal A rts ana' Sciences Beta Phi Alpha WILLIAM YoUNa MCBURNEY . St. Louis, Mo. Athletic . Coaching Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Theta Epsilong Kappa Delta Pig Phi Delta Kappag Phi Eta Sigmag Sophomore Football Manager Honors Day MARGARET ESTELLA MCCARTI-IY . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Phi Alpha Crane Junior College BLANCI-:E RAE McCLAvE . Fort Lupton, Colo. Liberal Arts and Sciences - Iota Sigma Pig W. A. A. Colorado Agricultural College GENEVIEVE MARY MCCONNELL . . Peoria Education Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Day PAGE lll nv! BETH MCCRQRY ......... Hull Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Sigma Omicron Chemistry Club St. Mary's College EMORY ELLIOTT MCDANIEL . . East St. Louis Civil Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha A. S. C. E. WILLIAM SCOTT MCDOWELL . . Bloomington Law Theta Chi Phi Delta Phi FRANCES A. MCGINNIS . . . Posey-ville, Ind. Liberal A rt: and Science: Alpha Phi Mortar Boardg Torch: Athenian Literary Societyg Shi-Aig President, Woman's League LILLIAN MARY MCGLONE . . . . Chicago Education Gregorian Literary Societyg Cast, "Butter and Egg Man" Chicago Normal College WALTER HARRIS MCINTYRE . . . Clinton General Business Lambda Chi Alpha JOHN FREDERICK McKEE . . . . Harvey General B usiness Triangle Varsity Golf 14,9 Chairman, Homecoming Information Committee IZ, our W PAGE 112 DONALD BELL MCCULLOUGH . . . Maywood Electrical Engineering Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Captain, University Brigade 14, HELEN EDWINA MCDONNELL . . Champaign Liberal Arts and Science: PEARL JANETTE MCEACI-IRAN . . . Rockford Liberal Art: and Science: Pi Beta Phi Rockford College LOUISE GERTRUDE MCGINNIS .... Dixon Liberal Art: and Sciences Pi Delta Phi La Crosse Normal College I-IARMoN WEBBER MCGRATI-I . . Urbana ' Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsity Track 12, 315 Fresh- man Varsity Cross-Countryg Varsity Cross-Country IZ, Big Sophomore Cotillion Committeeg Junior Cap Com- mitteeg Chairman, Agricultural Dance Committee HH Student Council C315 President, Junior Class FRANCES BIGNALL MCKEE ..... Chicago Home Economic: Phi Omega Pi Gold Feathers: Home Economics Clubg Daily Illini IZ! Lois BERNICE McKEowN .... Stronglvurst Liberal A rt.: and Sciences Presbyterian Hall Monmouth College N vvvmfv D 5 D VIRGIL MCKNIGI-IT ..... St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Art: and Sciences Alpha Phi Alpha Sociology Club MARGARET GLENNA MCNAIR . . . Oak Park Home Economics Theta Upsilon CHARLES ROBERT MCNAUGHTON - - ........ Connerrville, Ind. Education Icarus WILLIAM Joi-IN MCNUTT .... M attoon Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon ELIZABETH MACK . ...... Chicago Ch. Education 'CSEO Normal College, University of Chicago MARSHALL CoIvIER MAcIcE . . . . Chemical Engineering IRIS CRANVTLLE MACPHERSON . . Th ' Journalism et' Slima Phig Daily Illini 12, 3, 42 Chicago Chicago .,.......y....7-. .W--157' - 4.332-I ,Bu-4 .ah- A. ,. LOUISE KATHERINE MCKINNEY . . . Camargo Liberal Arts ana' Science: Choral Society , Eastern Illinois State Teachers College Joi-IN BARDWELL MCLAUGHLIN . . . Aurora Liberal Art: and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho Kappa Phi Sigmag Junior Interscholastic Managerg Chair- man, Dad's Dav Mass Meeting 1413 Chairman, Home- coming Mass Meeting 1419 Chairman, Sophomore Smokerg Sachem Block "I" Cheerleader MAURICE LANooN MCNAUGI-IT . . . Lowder Agriculture Agronomy Clubg Horticultural Club: Captain, University Brigade 13D WILLIAM CAswELL MCNAUGHTON Connersville, Ind. Q D . Mechanical Engineering Railway Club: A. S. M. E.: Society of Automotive Engi- neersg Freshman Varsity Baseball ALYNE MCROBERTS . . . . Cincinnati, Ohio Liberal Art: and Science: Alpha Kappa Alpha HELEN I-IURLEY MACKAY . . . Mt. Carroll Liberal Art: and Science: Aeoliag Orange and Blue Feathers Frances Shimer College MAURICE GERARD MACLEOD . . Forest Park Railway Engineering Phalanx: Syntong A. I. E. E.g E. E. Societyg Railway Clubg First Lieutenant, University Brigade 141 Armour Institute of Technology PAGE 113 MERRILL MARTIN MAIN . . . . Sidell Agriculture .Tau Delta Tau Pi Tau Pi Sigma LoA FRANCES MALsEuRY ..... Virden Home Economics Emera Home Economics Club FRANK JOHN MANISCALO . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Medicine Phi Beta Kappa Columbia Universityg University of North Dakota GALE CHESTER MARQUESS . . Covington, Ind. Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon Band ll, 21 LECIE MAE MARSH ...... Roadhouse Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Burrill Botany Club: Linnean Club DELMAR EVERETT MARTENSON . . Anchor Commerce Honors Day Illinois Wesleyan University CLARA ANNA MARTIN .... New Holland Liberal Arts and Sciences Ithaca Group, Women's Group Systemg Woman's League Lincoln College QKYKMELAACAGAK WPAGE 114 ,VE , .fr x M1 49 I I I si 0 'r or ' 4 B QQ Sl 5 . .4 . I fs V4 , v ...I , . r W i I 1 2 M I 41 E r K wil, I .f : 1. ' 2 Vip REBECCA MAIZEL . . .... . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Crane junior College ELEANOR MANGAN . . . . . . . Aurora Music Anonian Literary Societyg Mu Kappa Alpha ADDISON Cook MANLEY .... Champaign Mechanical Engineering Theta Delta Chi LESTER M. MARRINER ...... Chicago Chemical Engineering Sigma Pi Sachemg Mu Sang Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Football Letter 12, 315 First Lieuten- ant, University Brigade lil HORACE GILBERT MARSHALL .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Alpha Delta Sigma: Kappa Phi Sigmag Business Manager, Daily Illini 141g Manager, Block "I" UIQ President, Student Council 141 EDITH MARTI-IENS ....... Evanston Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Northwestern Universityg Beloit College GEORGE L. MARTIN ...... Mason City General Business Bradley Polytechnic Institute '4Nw:.wtm,mzvr X P B 5 LLOYDE C. MARTIN . . . . . . Urbana journalism AlPl1a Sigma Phi MARJORIE MASON ..... Sapulpd, Okid- Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Stephens College DON ALONZO MATI-Isws . . . . Bement General Business Phi Ka a Tau . PP , gslbg Scabbard and Bladeg Major, University SADIE EDITH MATTSON . . . E-veleth, Minn. Education Alpha Delta Theta Evelefh .lunior College WILLIAM ALLEN MAVITY . . . . Pekin Electrical Engineering gt' KlPPa Nu ndley Pdytechnic Institute JEAN MAXWELL ..... . Chicago Education H AlPhH Chi Omega cfF"'Y Team may 'fag'-1 Normal College GERTRUDE ESTELLE MAYES . . . Dalton City Liberal Arts and Sciences ' ffl snare,-r , W- , 4- 3 2 HERSCHEL BROWN MARTIN . . . Champaign Railway Electrical Engineering Phi Pi Phi I 2i.g?AaEE5.iioEleq'rli:al lag'-ineering Societyg Railway Clubg HOWARD GORDON MAsoN . . . Libertyville Pharmacy HAROLD P. MASSER . . . . . Chicago Dentistry Western State Normal College ESTINE NEIL MATTHEWS ..... Chicago General Business Medill Junior College: Crane Junior College GENEVIEVE VICTORIA MAUTZ . . Stewardson Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Milliken University EDWIN ALBERT MAxANT .... Brookfield General Business Beta Psi Pan-Xeniag Adelphi: Literary Societyg Wrestling UIQ Football Squad 131 , Crane Junior College Roy WILLIAM MAYBERRY . . Norwalk, Ohio Athletic Coaching Alpha Sigma Phi Freshman Varsity Basketballg Varsity Basketball Squad lzl PAGE 115 A CHARLES WILLIAM MEAD . . Peoria Law Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Phig Skull and Crescentg Freshman Varsity Footballg Sophomore Cap Committee LUCILLE MEEKS . . . . . . . . Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta Gold Feathers: Sketch Clubg W. A. A.g Life Saving lllg Daily Illini ill Dc Pauw University HILDA KATHERYN MEISENBACI-I . . . Pearl Home Economics Emeta Home Economics Club BYRON HENRY MELVIN ..... Monticello Mining Engineering Acacia Skull and Crescentg Delta Mu Epsilong Mining Societyg Sigma Tau: Sophomore Cotillion Committee: Junior Cap Committeeg junior Prom Committee: Chairman, Homecoming Registration Committee 131g Illinois Union Dance Committee OJ: Elections Committee C32 WILLIAM C. MENscrIINs . . . Chicago Pharmacy VIoLA B. MENZIMER .... . Galena Education Alpha Gamma Delta Northern Illinois State Teachers College ARTHUR GEORGE MERKEL .... Yorkville Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.g A. S. A. E. 'QKRAAPAKN IPAGE 116 NATALIE MEADER .... . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Science: University of Minnesota EDWARD KEUNG MEI .... . Chicago Civil Engineering University of Chicago ROBERT MELOAN, JR ..... . Oquawka Education Pi Kappa Phi Knox Collegeg Western College HELEN FERN MELVIN ..... Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega Gold Feathersg Gregorian Literary Society Honors Day Illinois Woman's College ROSCOE ELLINGTON MENZ .... Highland Banking and Finance Delta Chi Phi Eta Sigmag Scabbarcl and Bladeg Major, University Brigade HJ Es'rHEn H. MERCHANT .... Mt. Carroll Liberal A rt: and Sciences Frances Shimer Junior College JAMES WALLACE MERRIMAN . Holyoke, Mass. Athletic Coaching Coach, Freshman Varsity Soccer 141 Springfield Collegeg Western State Teachers College X lv LESLIE CARLYLE MESKIMEN . . . Champaign Civil Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda 2: S- C- E-5 Scabbarcl and Bladeg Junior Smoker Com- Cltteelg Chairman, Homecoming Accommodations Ml: 399171. University Brigade 141 Ewen Mem ......... Elgin Liberal Arts and Science: HARRIETT KATI-IRYN MICHENER . . Effingham Liberal Art: and Sciences Phi Omega Pi Gold Feathersg First Council, Woman's League Ml CHARLES Ronan-r MILLER . . . Galva Accountancy Anubis gill Gamma Sigma: Accountancy Clubg Beta Alpha Psig mmerce Councilg Daily Illini QZJ DORIS KEANE MILLER ...... Chicago t Liberal Arts and Science: Chl Omega Alethenai Literary Societyg Pi Delta Phi: Terrapin 3 4,,.Theta Sigma Phig Baseball lllg SwimmihB ll- 21 Egan, I Dilly Illini fl, 2, 313 Elections Committee, W0- S League HQ MYRTLE CHRISTINE MILLER . . Edwardsville Liberal Arts and Science: NORMAN RUSSELL MILLER . . . River Forest I Civil Engineering A C311 Beta ' 'C- E.: Ch' E 'I gPh' E s' I Theta Tau! ?l::?:nf Council 1 Mil?clrimterfriitcrgityxgaauncil U, 415 up f Cheerleader 1313 Varsity Cheerleader C415 Illlc 1 President, Y. M. C. A. Ml HELEN MERRY ..... . Chicago Education Beta Sigma Omicron Choral Societyg Jamcsonian Literary! Socictyg Sociology Club Chicago Normal College ALBERT ULRICI-I METZGER . . . Vandalia Accountancy Carthage College MARSHALL MEYER . . . . . Waukegan Law Phi Mu Alphag Concert Band ll, 2, 3, 4l Honors Day Lake Forest University ALICE RosE MILLER . . . . . . McHenry Home Economics CLARA MAY MILLER ..... Edwardsville Liberal A rt: and Science: MABEL M. MILLER ...... Effngbam Home Economics Kappa Delta Gregorian: Home Economics Club: Basketball ll, 2, 3. 4l: Hockey ll. Zl NORMAN ARTHUR MILLER . . Chicago Law Sigma Alpha Mu md .4 PAGE 117 ROVENIA FRANCES MILLER .... Urbana Liberal Art: and Sciences Delta Zeta Women's Cosmopolitan Clubg Circulo Espanol: Le Cercle Francais: Daily Illini 12, 31 EULAI-I BERNICE MILLIKEN . . Calumet City Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Shi-Ai: llliola Literary Societyg Gold Feathersg junior Prom Committee ALBERT MILLINGTON . . . . . . Canton Liberal Arts and Sciences Cosmopolitan Synton CARL ARMINGTON MILTIMQRE . . Rockford Commerce Alpha Tau Omega Grove City College HAROLD HARRY MINISTER . . Chauncey, Ohio Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon ANGELENE P. SALING MITCHEM . Champaign ' General Business Alpha Omicron Pi Mortar Boardg Torchg Athenian Literary Societyg Com- merciaz Chairman. Y. W. C. A. Faculty Finance Drive 131: Chairman, Mother's Day Flower Committee 1315 Blue Feathers: Gold Feathers Council 1215 Chairman, Homecoming Stunt Show Ticket Sales Committee 131 jot-IN THOMAS MOCK . . . Milwaukee, Wis. General Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sophomore I t hl t' M 5 Ch , "R b' Hoocl"g Businlksirsgtslfis'l57rinc:n::?elFilsen'?ms o m Franklin College 1 ALPACA! PAGE 118 fc 2 I I i l P r . . l f r , N. Q 1 f Ia 1 in ' i I A I ' , v' ta wus 4 -I I I. ., :x . .4 1 'I T5 0 ' l II "lift 'hilt lil li ' iii? . 3 lt' I ' Q . I. ' ' x . 1 'll T' f af L l 5 1 I + n L1 33? Y 'I 'cf-1 ' . i ' T I ' ' p I I'-l 5 11" I 4. I l l 1 I A i L i KY VIVIAN A. MILLER .... . Lockport Education Joliet junior College YvoNNE MILLIKEN ..... Calumet City Liberal A rt: and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Sigma Delta Phig Sigma Delta Pig Mask and Baubleg Alethenai Literary Societyg Gregorian Literary Societyg Cast, "Listen, Lester," "The Romantic Young Lady" CANDON ELIZABETH MILLS .... McNabb Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega Choral Societyg Basketball 1215 Bowling 121 James Milliken University JOHN MARTIN MINARSINI . . . Chicago Pharmacy ROBERT BUCHANAN MITCHELL Indianapolis, Ind. Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi Phi Delta Gammag Adelphi: Literary Societyg Archi- tectural Societyg Daily Illini 111 Beaux Arts Institute of Design GEORGE EARL MITTELMAN . Chicago Law Sigma Alpha Mu Northwestern University ERNA BARBARA MoEI-IL .... Thomasboro Education Alpha Lambda Deltag German Club Nxlwvwf' B X MINoIzA MARIA MOLLES. . . . Education . Lenzburg Illinois State Normal: Southern Illinois State Normal MABEL ALICE MoNssoN ..... Chicago Physical Education French Club M-J: Physikos Paiclea Club 13, 41 Chicago Normal College CHARLES KENNETH MOORE . . Civil Engineering Trian le . Chicago' S gh' EPS'-ilen: Icarus: Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Tal-li - S- C. E.' Student Council: Military Ball Committee: Colonel, University Brigade 141 MALCOLM PAUL MOORE . . Fort Wayne, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Zeta Rho CaIsson Club: Phalanx RICHARD Sco'r'r MOORE ..... Chicago Ceramic Engineering A- C. E. WILLIAM BENJAMIN MORGAN . Law 'Delta Sigma Phi Illinois College KENNETH RALPH MORRAY . . . Agriculture Chi Beta AlPhlTauAlh-Alh z -G Freshmih VarsizyaEootliJall eta, amma . Vienna . Vienna Sigma Delta! -rw raw 2 fffft' ' Li 1. ' .i.L4a.-,.....a:: -.MS ,..,,D.-nJ1-H .,- ....ft-.7.,.-.7 -,pm EMMA GLADYs MOFFAT .... , Spam, Home Economics Kappa Kappa Gamma Phi Upsilon Omicron Lindenwood College Doms PAULINE MoNsoN . . . New Windsor Liberal Arts and Sciences Curtain and Bell: Gold Feathers: Gregorian Literary Society: First Council, Woman's League MABEI. MARIE MONTGOMERY N . . . Maywood General Business Alcestis Group: Gamma Epsilon Pi HARRY FREDERICK MOORE . . . Whiting, Ind. Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu MARY VIRGINIA MOORE ..... Chicago Liberal A its and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega ROBERT D. MOORE . . . Washington, D. C. Foreign Commerce Phi Sigma Kappa Pan-Xenia: Scabbard and Blade: Freshman Varsity Track: Captain, University Brigade 141 ORPI-IA CATHERINE MORLEY . . . . Galva Home Economics Lindenwood College PAGE 119 "51ifEhCAC KURT ROBERT MORRIS ..... Oak Park Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu: Kappa Phi Sigmag Phi Delta Gammag Manager, Star Course EDGAR CRAWFORD MORRISON .... Peatone Athletic Coaching Theta Xi Freshman Varsity Baseballg Interfraternity Council Dis- ciplinary Committee l4l GEORGE ROLLIN MORTON ...... Elgin Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug Sigma Taug A. I. E. E.g E. E. Society Honors Day KENNETH GEORGE MORTON .... Berwyn Banking and Finance Tau Delta Tau Delta Sigma Pig Sigma Iota Epsilon: Illini Chamber of Commerceg Enterprise: lllg Gee Clubg Choral Society CLARENCE CALVIN Moss . . . . Paris Agriculture Delta Sigma Tau CLARENCE THEODORE MUDGETT . . . Zion Civil Engineering Mu-Sang Scabbard and Blade: A. S. C. E.g Engineer Officers' Clubg Major, University Brigade Ml EDWARD E. MU!-is . ..... Blue Island Liberal Art: and Sciences Delta Upsilon V PAGE 120 ls' - ' ' 2 - fffgl 1 'I -. ,, ,H 1' .:7l5K?fi,IlYl x 93544 'Q . ll A .. -1 - 'gl 'Q u.- 'w lil? Ft. ' 'fur .. A wr 73: , Ti, RH' a , f -H I LLOYD PARKER MORRIS . . . . . . Urbana Electrical Engineering James Milliken University MADISON BRUCE MORSE ..... Gifford Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Tau Delta Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Intramural Manager l4l JULIA LOUISE MORTON ..... Taylorville Liberal A rts and Sciences Phi Mu GEORGE THOMAS MOSES . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Sigma Chi University of Colorado HAZEL BETTY Moss ....... Chicago General Business Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Lambda Deltag Gamma Epsilon Pig Daily Illini ll, 2, 3, 41g Basketballg Hoclteyg Gold Feathers Honors Day Louis WILLIAM MUEGGE . . . . Lena Athletic Coaching Delta Upsilon Varsity Football Letter IZ, 415 Tribe of Illini CLARENCE EARL MULLIKEN .... Rantoul Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescent XVYWCWVKW ARVELLE ISAAC MURPHY . . . St. Louis, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Psi SPanish Club RALPH CHARLES MURPHY ..... Aurora Liberal Arts anal Sciences Alpha Chi Rho Ml-Wan-Da: Safhem: Phi Beta Kaooag Junior Football MAMBCYZ Relay Carnival Manager H1 FRANCIS JOSEPH MYER .... . Decatur , General Business WILLIAM EDWARD MYERS . . Marion Law Beta Kappa Slmma Eta Gamma: Fielcl Artillery Officers' Clubg Scab- 'fd Ind Bladeg Captain, University Brigade Ol EDA CATHERINE NEI.scI-I . . . Springfield Educazion Kappa Delta Pi Illinois State Normal College EVERT NELSON ........ Wilmette Liberal A rts and Sciences Zeta Psi stun .MI cf., fi P II v 1 If fb II- vmary F""'bf'! Squad in griiixfi Fobiball Lifgeraifayg Tribe of Illini l4j HAROLD NELSON ...... Gower, Mo. Athletic Coaching Delta Alpha Pi ORA EDWIN MULVANE ..... Robinson Ceramic Engineering Engineer Officers' Club: Keramosg Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade HJ l LEONARD FRANCIS MURPHY . . . Oak Park Commerce Theta Kappa Phi junior Prom Committee l3lg Senior Har Committge l3lg Chairman, Homecoming Publicity Committee lil ROBERT DICKSON MURRAY .... Chicago Liberal Arls and Sciences Sigma Nu Skull and Crescentg Daubersg Scabbard and Blade: Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Football l2l: Fresh- man Varsity Trackg Lieutenant, University Brigade FRANCES HELEN MYERS .... Champaign Banking and Finance Gamma Epsilon Pi ROBERT CARL NAUMANN . . . Edwardsville Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.g E. E. Society EVELYN JUANITA NELSON .... Forest Park Physical Education Delta Zeta Torch: Alpha Sigma Nug Cosmopolitan Clubg Hockey ll. 2, Bl: Manager l3lg Basketball ll, 215 Baseball ll. 2. Bl: Track ll. Zl: Avpafaws lil HUBERT EDWARD NELSON .... Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappag Phi Era Sigma PAGE 121 Nonms LOUISE NELSON . . . Chicago Education Kappa Delta Choral Societyg French Clubg Daily Illini 141, Illio HJ Chicago Normal College, Lewis Institute NADINE NEWBILL ....... LaGrange Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Theta Sigma Phi: Daubers: Illiola Literary Society: Illinois Magazineg Daily Illinig Associate Editor, Siren Rockford College MARIE NICHOLL ....... Blue Island Education RAYMOND F. Nici-1oLsoN ..... Chicago Mechanical Engineering Crane Junior College ELIZABETH EUNICE NICKOLLS . . Boston, Mass. Home Economics Presbyterian Hall Phi Upsilon Omicron ERNEST ELLSWORTH NIELD .... Aurora Electrical Engineering E. E. Society Aurora College ALFRED R. NILSON ..... . Chicago General Business AAC!! PAGE 122 s rigs' f M! is i 1.1 V, L i s i 1 V 1 i s CLAUDE CULLOM NEVILLE . . . Pincleneyville Liberal Arts and Sciences I JOHN CLARENCE NEWTON . . . . Chicago Accountancy Ilus Sachemg Delta Sigma Pig Caisson Clubg Kappa Phi Sigma: Scabbard and Blades Assistant Intra-Mura Man- ager l2, Bl: Board of Directors, Y. M. C. A., Captain, University Brigade PAUL ROBERT NICHOLS .... Forest Park Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.g Pi Tau Sigma VIRGINIA ANNA NlcKEnsoN . . . Ottawa Home Economics Home Economics Club WESLEY JOHN NIEBERGALL .... Mendota Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Phi Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade MJ AUDREY Som-nA NIEMEYER . . Mount Olive Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Sigma Delta Phig Anoniang Curtain and Bell GEORGE RONALD Nlsl-I .... . Elgin Banking and Finance Phi Sigma Kappa Beta Gamma Sigmag Beta Nu Kappag Delta Sigma Pi l X751 W YWRFQK PMN r l l i i GERTRUDE NOLTING . . . . Centralia Education MCKendrec College l l l BOYD E. NORVELL ...... . Ptvrid i Civil Engineering I A. S. C. EJ Engineer Oflicers' Club i I l MARSHALL ALBERT OCKERT . . . Oak Park General Business Daily Illini qi, zy MARY ELIZABETH O,DONNELL . . . Ottawa Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Theta Pi GEoRGE HENRY OE'r'nNa ..... Berwyn Accountancy gggbgkmma Sigmag Beta Alpha Psig Freshman Varsity Honors Day FLORENCE ELIZABETH OGDEN . . Geneseo Education Allzustana College STUART BASIL Occ ...... S pringfiela' General Business i Delta Sigma Pi Entefllriser GQ l i I l l 2 X A L J... ,... ..,,.,,,....La wig 1 F' 19 EDWARD BERNARD NOEL . . . St. Louis,Mo. Electrical Engineering Beta Psi B Tau Beta Pig Et K N 5 Ph' E S' - ' . Pi Mu Epsilong Sigr:aln:EauguSyntongtA. Societyg Cast, "Prince of Pilsen" l3Jg Choral Society Honors Day MARIEL JOSEPHINE NoR'r1-1 .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Alpha Chip Daily Illini l2, BQ ROBERT J. NOWLAN .... . Toulon journalism Sigma Nu Skull and Crescent ALICE JANE O,CONNELL . . . Wilmette Education Theta Phi Alpha HAROLD WALDO OERMAN . . Davenport, Iowa Railway Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Epsilong Theta Tau: A. I. E. E.g E. E. Societyg Railway Clubg Band ll, 2,-31 HERMAN GEORGE OETTING . . . Berwyn Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigmag Beta Alpha Psi Honors Day ' - Run-1 ALICE OGDEN ..... C bampaign Education Alpha Chi Omega Illiola Literary Soeictyg Siren 1313 Advertising Man- ager, Daily Illini Q41 Stephens Junior College KK PAGE 123 l MARY HELEN O,NEILL ...... Philo Liberal Arts and Sciences JOSEPH ANDRE ORAVEC ..... Chicago Ceramic Engineering Gamma Pi Upsilon Keramosg S. B. A. C. S. JOHN CLARENCE ORSLEY Elmira Heights, N. Y. Athletic Coaching Delta Theta Epsilon BERNICE S. OSTER . . Benton Harbor, Mich. Liberal Arts and Science: French Clubg Spanish Club MARAGRETA ALICE 0110 ..... Chicago Liberal Art: and Sciences Chi Omega Bowling ill LORENE M. PACEY ...... Galesburg Liberal Arts and Science: Presbyterian Hall Knox College HOWARD JOSEPH PALMER . . . Leaf River Education Chi Tau Northern Illinois State Teachers College XWVWCWNQW P 5 X WILLIAM LAWRENCE PARAZINSKI . . Chicago Mechanical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club RALPH EUGENE PARKER . . . . Chicago General Business WILLIAM NELsoN PARKER .... Chicago Electrical Engineering Eta KFIPPR Nu, Sigma Tau Armour Institute HARRY CHARLES PARTLOW ..... Casey Commerce and Law AlPh-1 Delta Sigmag Gamma Eta Gamma: Daily Illini NORMAN WILLARD PATE ..... Chicago Electrical Engineering giabbard .and Blade: E. E. Societyg Cavalry Officers' Ubi Mrllor, University Brigade l4j EARL ALBERT PAUL . . . . Collinsville Education Pi Ka a Al ha I PP P Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Baseballg Varsity Baseball Letter GJ GRAYCE MELVA PAXTON ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha 533.26 Anonian Literary Societyg Choral Societyg Gold ef!! Orange Feathers -.qv I a ,aa....:'....,. , an V JOHN PANG . . - .... Honolulu, Hawaii Civil Engineering Cosmopolitan Club V A. S. C. EJ Chinese Student Club University of Hawaii MARION PARKER ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Jamesonian Literary Societyg University D. A. R.: Stadium Drive lllg Endowment Committee Y. W. C. A. lllg Finance Drive. Y. W. C. A. lllg Girl Reserve Committee, Y. W. A. lllg Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. l3l RUTH M. PARKER ..... St. Louis, Mo. Education Sigma Alpha Iota Illiolag Pan-Hellenic Councilg University Orchestrag First Council, Woman's League CATHERINE ELIZABETH PARKS . . Wood River Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economics Club Monticello Seminary HAROLD LESTER PASSMAN . . . . Chicago General Business Alpha Epsilon Pi Enterprise: ll, 2, 3, 'lj LESLIE F. PA'rToN . . . . . . Normal Accountancy Illinois State Normal University LESTER PAUL ...... Evansville, Ind. Liberal A rts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau Enterpriser lll fi PAGE 125 .PKR DAURA V. PEACOCK, JR. . . Las Cruces, N. M. Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad 121: Intramural Welterweight Boxing Champion 131: Mi- Hila Dance Committee DAYTON PEAncE ,.... . Ewing Dentistry Psi Omega: Student Council 12, 31 ERIC GUNNARD PEARSON ..... Chicago Civil Engineering Delta Alpha Epsilon Chi Epsilon: Intercollegiate Flying Club: Sigma Tau: A. S. C. E.: Captain, University Brigade C31 Honors Day JENS PEDERSEN ...... . Champaign Pharmacy Kappa Psi: Daily Illini ll, 21: Chicago Editor, Illio 13, 4, 51: Basketball Squad 131: Chairman, Class Picture Committee: Orchestra ll, 2, 31 RUDOLPH R. PELLAGE . . . . Chicago Pharmacy Kappa Psi: Orchestra ll, 2, 31 CECIL PERKINS ...... Tonkawa, Olela. Electrical Engineering Sigma Phi Sigma Tribe of Illini: A. I. E. E.: E. E. Society: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Letter 13, 41 University Preparatory School Vmcus R. PERRY ...... . Marion General Business Sigma Alpha Pi Southern Illinois State Normal CACA? PXAGE 126 GORDON ARTHUR PEACOCK . . . DeKalb Mining Engineer Triangle Delta Mu Epsilon: Technogra h 13, 41: Assistant Man- ager, Circus IZ, 31: Mining society JAMES WILLARD PEARCE . . . Chillicothe Pharmacy Kappa Psi: Jokes Editor, Illini Pharmacist Hillsdale College DELLA IRENE PECK ...... Monticello Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Omega Pan-Hellenic Council U, 41 HEARL AUBREY PEEPLES .... Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Caisson Club: Mask and Bauble' Scabbard and Blade: Business Manager, Homecoming Stunt Show 141: Busi- ness Manager, Post-Exam Jubilee 141: General Man- ager, "The Great Galeoto"' Lieutenant-Colonel, Unl- versity Brigade I41: Cast, "'VVe Are Seven": Publicity staff, "Twelfth Night": Property staff, "The Romantic Young Lady" EDWARD T1-ioRN PEPPLE . . . St. Francisville Agriculture Delta Alpha Pi Horticulture Club FLORENCE ELEANOR PERKINS . . . Lebanon, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Butler University DoNALD EDWARD PETERSON .... Chicago Architectural Engineering Phi Mu Delta Scabbard and Blade: Theta Tau: Architectural Society: Engineer Ofiicers' Club: Sophomore Football Manager. Interfraternity Welfare Committee 141: Major, ni- versity Brigade 131 ELMER W. PEEIFFER. . . . . Edwa Rosen WESLEY Pi-:ARES . . . . . xv GVJKKY HERBERT W. PETERSON .... East Moline Banking and Finance Theta Kappa Nu Adelphic Literary Society RALPH WALno PETERSON . . . . Chicago Civil Engineering Anubis Chi Epsilon: Mu Sang A. S. C. E. Honors Day rdwille Mechanical Engineering Phi Pi Phi TPL! Beta Pig A. S. M. E.g Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Tau Sigmli Sllma Taug Sophomore Football Manager Honors Day Sheldon Liberal Art: and Science: Theta Upsilon Omega Concert Band 12, 3, 41 Antioch College MARIE Loulss PIEPER ...... Quincy Liberal Art: and Science: Sflphens College MARY ELIZABETH PIKE . . . Christopher Education RAYMOND BEN'roN PLUMMER . . . Nokomi: Civil Engineering Q' S- C. E4 Chi Epsilong Engineer Ofhcers' Clubg. Mu LFUS Scabbard and Blade: Military Ball Committeeg lfllfenant Colonel, University Brigade 141 ELSA C. PETERSON ........ Aledo Liberal Arts and Science: Augustana College JosEPH Rosunr PETERSON . . Davey Law Gamma Eta Gamma Chairman, Senior Law Cane Committee 131 Beloit College KATHRYN BERNICE PETTINGILL . . Champaign Education Gamma Alpha Chig Daily Illini 121 Lnoyo DELMAR PEoEF . . . . Foosland Education Phi Pi Phi Choral Society 1315 Men's Glee Club 12, 3, 41 Normal Universityg Northwestern University VERNON L. P1-xELPs . . . . . . Kaneville Foreign Commerce Kappa Tau Beta Beta Gamma Sigmag Pan-Xeniag Foreign Trade Clubg Spanish Club: Concert Band 13, 41 Honors Day MABEL A. P1E'n' ..... . Shelbyville Education Delta Zeta Anonian Literary Societyg Curtain and Belly Gold Feathers: Second Cabinet, Y. M. C. A. 1415 Social Committee, Woman's League 1415 Production Staff, Homecoming Stunt Show 141 Louise PLASTER ...... . Marshall Education PAGE 127 PWA IRVING EDWARD PoEI-ILER . . . Chicago General Business Chi Phi Skull and Crescentg Band of X5 Tumasg Freshman Var- sity Track: Varsity Track Squad 12l: Chairman, Sopho- more Smokerg Chairman, Pan-Hellenic Formalg junior Prom Committeeg junior Informal Committee, Junior Cap Committeeg Sophomore Class Presidentg Chairman, Illinois Union Dance 1315 Cabinet, Illinois Union 131 DOROTHY DRANE POLLARD .... Wenona Liberal Arts and Sciences Randolph Macon Woman's College DOROTHY MARY POPE . . .... Niantic Liberal Art: and Sciences Delta Gamma Gamma Alpha Chi: Illiola Literary Society: Woman's Manager, Daily Illini 14l Monticello Seminary jol-IN GUERNSEY PORTER . . . . . Clinton Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Chi Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Delta Chi: Kappa Tau Alpha: Chief Editorial Writer, Daily Illini 141 MARY LOUISE POWELL ...... Canton Liberal Art: and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma Mortar Boardg Torch: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Kappa Epsilon: Woman's Business Manager, Illio 131: Sopho- more Cotillion Committeeg Chairman, Life Work Con- ference 13lg Vice-President, Y. W. C. A. 1415 Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 13D LUCILLE PRIDEAUX .... . Florsmoor Education Theta Upsilon Gold Feathers, Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 13, 41 IDA HELEN QUATMAN . . . . Altamont Education University Choral Society Eastern Illinois State Teachers College AACKX P-Ace 128 VERNEY GEORGE POLITSCH . .... Quincy Electrical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma Eta Kappa Nug Syntong A. I. E. E., Band 11, Zl Honors Day WILLIAM EDWARD PoLLARD . . . . Decatur Liberal Art: and Sciences Sigma Phi Sigma MARGARET MAE POPHAM . . . . Charleston Liberal Art: and Sciences University of Wisconsin HERBERT AUGUST POTRATZ . . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Crane Junior College MARGARET KATHERINE POWERS . St. Louis, M o Education Illinois Magazine 141, Siren 14, Harris Teachers College ARNOLD ABBOTT PRUCI-IA ..... Urbana Liberal Arts and Science: Band 11, zy MARIE Louise QUERNI-IEIM .... Waterloo Liberal Arts and Sciences Daily Illini 12l Ymmefwgwmmr xi CARL HENRY RAGATZ .... Dubuque, Iowa Banking ana' Finance All-'till Kappa Psi: Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, Uni- versity Brigade Q41 University of Iowa ' KATHARINE ToDD RAMSEY . . . Chica80 Education Phi Mu Pllysikos Paidciag W. A. A.g Basketball IZ, Zlg Track Washington University LUCILLE ETHELYN RANKIN . . Urbana Education ' Lambda Omega Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicron: Gold Feathersg Baslretball lllg All-University Party Committee. W0man's League lilg Citizenship Committee, Woman s League 14, B ROWLAND RATHBUN ..... Glen Ellyn Architectural Engineering Phi Delta Theta scarab: Architectural Society: Engineering Council RGBERT TRACY RAWLINGS .... Shelbyville Agriculture A8riculture Education Clubg Dairy Club Western Union College MARGARET READ .. .. ,Lena Education Egffhige Collegeg Northern Illinois State Teachers Col- I l CECIL VERNE REED .... . LaFayette Education Bradley Polytechnic Institute I ' . , i LYMAN VANE RACSTER ...... Albion Education V V Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Track Squad Q31 RUTH RoxAYN RALSTON ..... Rockford Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Rockford College JOHN F. RANDOLPH . . . . . Canton Agriculture LUCILE E. RAPP ...... St. Louis, Ma. Liberal Arts and Sciences Achaea Volleyball 131 Harris College MARY IRENE RAuscH . . . Muscatine, Iowa Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Phi Upsilon Omicrong First and Second Councils, Woman's League IZJ RUTH SARA RAYBURN ' ..... Champaign ' Education Beta Sigma Omicron Illinois Wesleyan University ALEX REED ....... . Greenup Agriculture Eastern Illinois State Teachers College PAGE 129 ROBERT CRocKE'r1' REED ..... Wilmette General Business Pi Kappa Phi mis qzy MARY ELIZABETH REEDER . . . . Rosiclare Agriculture Baseball. 1315 Tennis OJ: Home Economics Clubg Jamesonlan Literary Societyg First and Second Council, Woman's League 13, 4D EMILY REID .......... Aurora Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Xi Delta MILTON ALLEN RBINHART .... Highland Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon Eums REISBERG ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences University of Chicago RoBER'r Rsrrscr-I ....... Rockford General Business Delta Kappa Epsilon Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Skull and Crescentg Tribe of Illinig Band of Xg Captain, Varsity Football i4j Electrical Engineering HENRY RENKING ..... Evansville, Ind. Chi Psi E. E. Society AAKEA0 PAGE 130 K ' GLEN REEDER ...... . Canton Accountancy Hcdding College ELIZABETH LAURA REICHMANN . . Wilmette Liberal Arts aria' Sciences Theta Phi Alpha Business Staff, "Robin Hood" Q21 LESLIE Liar-rrrfoor REID ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho JOHN HERMAN RBININGA .... Oak Park General Business Kappa Sigma Pan-Xenia Lafayette College JACOB EDGAR Rsisci-1 ..... Springfield Pharmacy Omega Beta Pi Phi Chip Senior Class President, School of Pharmacy HELEN RENKER ....... Homewood Agriculture Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day RALPH C. RENO ........ Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Nu Tu-Masg Sigma Delta Chig News Editor, Daily Illini i3l: Junior Informal Committeeg Dance Supervision Committeeg Treasurer, Interftaternity Council XYYWVVJKPUK I I, V GEORGE HORACB REUSS . . . . Bethany Agriculture Phi Pi Phi AlPha Zeta: Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural Clubg Hoof and Horn Clubg Illinois Agriculturist C41 Honors Day THOMAS GEORGE REYNoLDs .... Lombard Civil Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Freshman Varsity Baseballg Varsity Baseball Squad C31 WALTER ADAM RI-IEA .... . . M emlotd Liberal Arts and Sciences CARQLYN RICE . . . . . . . . LaGrange General Business Beta Phi Alpha Anonian Literary Societyg Jamesonian Literary Society? Inter-Literary Council 13, 41: Point System, Womans LHSUB: Parties Committee, Woman's League RAYMOND F. RICE ........ Presbo Arcbitectural Engineering WALTER ORVILLE RICE .... East Moline Electrical Engineering Chi Tau Bend II, z, 41 LILLIAN LOUISA RICI-I ..... ' Washington Liberal A rts and Sciences VERNoN LEROY REPLOGLE . . Chqrlgylgn Education Theta Xi , Dlt Theta Epsil :F h V ' F bllgF - m:naVarsity Traci? Va::itymTriackaSzilad T33 3 ash Eastern Illinois State Teachers College GERTRUDE LEOLA REW ..... Metropolis Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Shi-Ai GEORGE HENRY REZEK .... . . Cicero Liberal Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha Omega Beta Pi Knox Collegeg Morton Collegeg Northwestern Univer- sity WINIFRED RI-1oADEs . . ..... Delavan Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Alethenai Literary Society Monticello Seminary MARVIN WAYNE RICE ...... Metcalf Liberal Arts and Sciences VIVIAN BIxBY RICE ..... . Elgin Commerce First Council and Third Council, Woman's League 1415 Woman's League Committee, 141 h Elgin Junior College EDWARD LLOYD RICH ...... La Harpe Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Tau Alpha PAGE 131 S. ALLEN RICHARDS ...... Elmhurst Electrical Engineering Kappa Delta Rho Theta Taug E. E. So:iety ANNA LAURA RIGALL . . . . . Greenville Home Economics WILLARD OAKLEY ROAT .... Kankakee Architectural Engineering Band 11, 21 HELEN PEABODY RoEElNs . . . . . Urbana Liberal A rts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma Mortar Boardg Phi Beta Kappag Torch: Alpha Lambda Deltag Alethenia Literary Societyg Choral Societyg jamesonian Literary Socictyg Gold Feathersg Social Com- mittee. Woman's League 1315 All University Party Committee 1315 Life Work Conference 1313 First and Second Councils, Woman's League 13, 419 Second Cabi- net, Y. W. C. A. 131: Executive Council, Woman's League 1415 Vice-President, Woman's League 1415 Student Council 141 HENRY GODDARD ROBERTS . . Mount Carmel Liberal A rts and Sciences Delta Upsilon Alpha Alpha Alphag Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Delta Gamma: Sigma Upsilon: Adelphic Literary Society, Illini Board of Controlg Sophomore Informal Committeeg junior Prom Committeeg Dance Supervi- sion Committeeg Chairman, Dad's Day Committeeg De- bating 12, 3, 41 MARTHA ANNE ROBERTS ..... Quincy Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Alpha Phi Kapqa Epsilong W. A. A.g First Council, Woman's Leagueg rack 11, 215 Hockey 1315 Basketball 131 Honors Day LESTER MARVIN RQEDER ..... Chicago Banking and Finance Theta Chi Sachcmg Band of X5 Freshman Varsity Baseballg Sopho- more Baseball Manager: Junior Baseball Manager: Dafncc Supervision Committee 1415 Commerce Council 4 CKXAKEAK PAGE 132 X W HARRY E. RIDLEY . 1 .... Old Fort, Ohio Engineering North Central College JAMES JOURLAND RIHA . . . Fox River Grove General Business CLARENCE CECIL Roan . . . Windsor Education ARTHUR LESTER ROBERTS ..... Benton Industrial Administration Phi Pi Phi Sigma Iota Epsilong Commerce Council MARGARET ADELE ROBERTS . Springfield, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Lindenwood College JUANITA MAY ROBERTSON . . . . Morrison Liberal Arts and Sciences Athenean Literary Society RUTH ALICE RoEDER . . . . Gilman Education Alpha Delta Theta Woman's League Illinois Weselyan ISEL ALVERA ROGERS . . . : . . Watrfltd Liberal Art: and Science: HORTENSE LouIsE ROLL .... Blue I-fldfld Liberal Art: ana' Science: Alpha Omicron Pi VELMA LUCILE ROMBERGER . . Corning, IWW' Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Woman's Cosmopolitan Club STANLEY BERNARD RosE ..... ChicaS0 Liberal Art: and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau Freshman Varsity Trackg Varsity Track Squad ill ELIZABETH ROSENBAUM . . Des Moinef, IOWG Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi Blue Feathersg Gregorian Literary Society DAVID ROSENFELD . . . . Terre Haute, Ind. Law Phi Epsilon Pi LAWRENCE RUSSELL Ross . . . . Roswillf Agriculture GARRETT RICHARD ROELFS . . . . Peoria Public Utilities Bradley Polytechnic Institute ' E. E. ROLL . ........ Macomb Accountancy Beta Gamma Sigmag Beta Alpha Psig Phi Eta Sigma BEN FRANKLIN RoMBERGER . . Abilene, Kans. Education WILLIAM C. ROSBOROUGH ..... Moline Electrical Engineering Kappa Delta Rho TI-IELMA LEAH Rose . . . . Champaign Education Mask and Baubleg Athenean Literary Societyg Daily Illini ill: Cast, "Don," "Robin Hood," "Listen, Les- ter"g Production Staff, "Arms and the Man," "Twelfth Night," "Romantic Young Lady," "The Butter and Egg Man" TI-IELMA ELIZABETH ROSENBURG . . Peoria Home Economic: Chi Omega Sophomore Cotillion Committee: Junior Prom Commit- IEE Bradley Polytechnic institute HELEN G. Ross ........ Cbicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega angle! Feathersg Daily Illini ll, 21: Pan-Hellenic Council PAGE 133 r Y 4 1 R V OSCAR HENRY RoTHE .... East St. Louis A Mechanical Engineering l A. S. M. E.g Adelphi: Literary Societyg Phi Delta Gamma Q OLIVER HORNING ROUND ..... Lyndon Education A. S. C. E.g Chemistry Clubg German Club RUTH T. RUBENSTEIN ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi EMERSON J. RUBLE ...... Deer Creek Architectural Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Illinois Wesleyan University 7 MARY JULIA RUCKER . . . Dyershurg, Tenn. Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Stephens Junior College GEoRcE LEE RUMBAUGH . . Pharmacy Kappa Psi EDMUND JAMES RUzrcKA .... Pharmacy Chicago Oak Parli PAGE 134 ALBERT GOTTLIEB ROTHENBERG . . . Chicago Industrial Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi Crane College ROLLAND R. Roup ..... West Chicago Ceramic Engineering Theta Xi American Ceramic Societyg Keramosg Sigma Taug Tech- nograph 141 MARY ESTHER RUBIN ..... Waukegan Liberal Arts and Sciences HARRY EUGENE RUBY . . . . Chicago Education Acacia Adelphic Literary Societyg Icarus: Intercollegiate Flying Clubg Scabbard and Bladeg Wrestling 1213 Assistant Cheer Leader 1215 Military Ball Committee 1415 Major, University Brigade 141 KENNETH W. RULE ....... Decatur Liberal Arts and Sciences james Milliken University ALMA ELIZABETH RUSSELL . . . Monett, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta University of Missouri LAWRENCE I-IAlNEs RYAN .... Springfeld Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescentg Daily Illini 121: Chairman, Fresh- man Stag Committee: Junior Prom Committeeg Junior Informal Ccmmitteeg Hobo Parade Committee 1 1: 'JK ' cevv 5 B 5 HELEN RUTH ST. Joi-IN ..... Urbana Home Economic: Q ' l Bethany Circle ' I s LOWELL CARL ST. PIERRE .... St. Anne t Electrical Engineering Sigma Mu Sigma E- E- Society Honors Day . l. F. MARIAN E. SAMUEL .... . . Kankakee it Liberal Arts and Sciences f I Alpha Epsilon Phi Milwaukee-Downer College I i WALTER B. SANDERS .... . . . Sterling Architectural Engineering Sigma Nu Architectural Societyg Daubersg Scarabg Disciplinary Com- mittee. Interfraternity Councilg Scarab Medi C31 Ton WILLOUGHBY SANDERSON . . . Evanrtvn Civil Engineering Sigma Nu Skull and Crescentg Theta Tau cl N' "F 351 wap, K, l ' iw . I A .2 ' J. 'L X at M 5' f I ,!,y,.rQ X , .p ,,.-.EX.L.,. ,, ,. wwf- --v V . .- ,, 'I lit 1 ,' ii- J 'Y ae nf A ieniffm ' 'mini li ny. .A XE . .,..,e,1..Y ..,,,,,.,, 4 I.. , . ,, Alt ,M JOSEPH WALTER SAVAGE . I. . U. Salrm,l0W4 I Mechanical Engmeermg P1 Tau Sigmag A. S. M. E.g Engineering Council WILLIAM LINCOLN SAWYER . . . Dffdfuf Civil Engineering A- S. C. E. James Milliken University HERBERT EDWIN RYERSON . . . Rock Island General . Engineering Sigma Pi Phi Aloha Lambda: Theta Tau: Geheral Engineering Club: Railway Clubg Tcchnograph 1415 Y, M, C, A, Cabinet C415 Band ll, Z, 3l University of Colorado LoRN RUSSELL ST. JOHN . . . . . Chicago Architectural Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha Scarabg Arch Year Book 12, 31 GERALD ALLISON SAMS . . . Nowata, Olela. Liberal Art: and Science: Phi Gamma Delta RICHARD HAUGHTON SANDERS . . . Chicago Industrial Administration Ilus WILLIAM HENRY SANDERS . . Pleasant Plains Accountancy MARY RUTH SARUDY . . . . Gary, Ind. Education Crane Junior College FRANKLIN MEISTER SAWYER . . Oak Park Pharmacy Kappa Psi Lewis Institute PAGE 135 GEORGE Louis SCHARRINGHAUSEN . Park Ridge Pharmacy Kappa Psi Lliioz 1515 Class Committee 1315 University Orchestra Northwestern University ALFRED KASPER Sci-IERER . .... Olney Agriculture Agriculture Clubg Education Clubg Horticulture Club Eastern Illinois Teachers Collegeg Ilinois State Normal College SYLVESTER THOMAS SCHICKTANZ . . Belleville Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma HERBERT A. SCHILLER . . . . Chicago Pharmacy Varsity Basketball Squad 131 JOHN CARL SCHMID1' ...... Palatine Liberal Arts and Sciences University of Chicago HELEN MAY SCHNEIDER .... . Peru Liberal Arts and Science: Rockford College IRVIN WILLIAM ScHoENiNGER . . Champaign Ceramic Engineering Delta Chi Keramosg S. B. A. C. S.g Sigma Taug Technograph 12, 3, 41g Freshman Varsity Track humor, PAGE 136 RUEBEN ROBERT SCHER . . Chicago Law KARL I-IERMAN Scr-IEWE . . . . Beardstown Accountancy Beta Sigma Psi JEANNETTE SCHIFFER . ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Cosmopolitan Club Lewis Instituteg University of Chicago LEANOR SCHLAGENHAUE . . . . Quincy Home Economics Kappa Delta Choral Society 1213 Production Staff, "Robin Hoodug Cast, "Listen, Lester," "The Enemy Being" Northwestern University u KENNETH H. Scl-INEPP ..... Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Sigma Phi Eta Sigmag Freshman Varsity Trackg Freshman Var- sity Basketballg Illio 1215 Band 12, 3, 41g Cast, "Sm" HERBERT JACQUIN SCHOENBROD . . Chicago Accountancy Sigma Alpha Mu LYDIA MARY SCHOLFIELD . . . Urbana Education Loki Anonian Literary Society: W. A. A.g Varsity Basketball 11, 313 Varsity Soccer 13, 41 frm VWXYMPWNK t GARRETA Lucns SCHRIBER . . . Urbana General Business Lambda Omega Phi Chi Theta: Gold Feathers: Basketball 1l, 21 ERMA OLGA SCHROEDER . . . . . - B126-ff Home Economics Home Economics Club: Jamcsonian Literary Society: Y- W. C. A. STANLEY JAMES Sci-IRoM . . . Pierceton, Ind. Banking and Finance Delta Sigma Pi Accountancy Club: Alpha Delta Sigma: Beta Alpha PSI? KIPPI Phi Sigma: Pi Delta Epsilon: Business Manager, Enterpriser 141: Circulation Manager,'EnterprIser 131: sqphomore Intcrscholastic Manager: Junior Informal. Com- mittee: Junior Faculty Reception Committee: Chairman, Commerce Dance Committee 141: Band 1219. Pffsldenfv Commerce Council 141: Secretary, Interfraternity Council l41: President, Illini Chamber of Commerce University of Nebraska FRANK RAYMOND SCHUNK . .... ChicaS0 Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho S0Phomore Intramural Manager VERLEE GERALDINE SCI-xwAnz . . Edwardsville Home Economics ' Delta Delta Delta l-lndenwood College ELEANOR RUTH SCI-IWEITZER . . Chica80 Music Delta Zeta Pap-Hellenic Council 13, 41: Choral Society 111: Daily Illini 11, 21: First cabinet, Y. W. c. A. 141 JAMES S. ScoNcE .... . . Sidell Agriculture ' Delta Kappa Epsilon t Plerrots: Agriculture Club: Agronomy Club: Illinois Agri- Slaturist 1l, 21: Production Stall, "Don,', "Prince of I sen" JOHN PAUL SCI-IRADER . . . . Clifton Electrical Engineering E. E. Society' Pi Tau P' S' : F' L' , U '. versity Brigade 141: Signal Cililss Olii:brs'lcC1liiba11g, 41m EMERSON FRANKLIN ScHnoEnEIz . . Champaign Mechanical Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda A. S. M. E.: Pi Tau Sigma: Sigma Tau: Band HERBERT SPENCER SCHROEDER . . . Chicago Ceramic Engineering Pi Kappa Phi ' Freshman Varsity Swimming: Sophomore Baseball Man- ager: Captain, University Brigade 141: Production Staff, "Listen, Lester," "Twelfth Night," "The Prince of Pil- sen," "Romantic Young Lady" ERNEST WILLIAM SCHULTZ .... Genexeo Athletic Coaching Sigma Pi Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Foot- ball Letter 12, 3, 41 NORMAN W. Sc!-IwAIz1'z . . . . Blue Island Accountancy Beta Sigma Psi PAUL FoWLEIz SCHWARZLOSE .... Chicago Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu I-IERMAN M. SCI-IWERER .... Blandinsville Liberal A rt: and Sciences Pi Kappa Delta Carthage College and PAGE 137 EUGENE WARREN SCOTT. . . . Bloomington Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Tau Beta Honors Day EMoRv MORGANSEARCY . . lna'ianapolis,Iml. A rchitectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi Gargoyle JOHN W. SEDLACK ....... Chicago Dairy Manufactures Agricultural Clubg Dairy Club FRANCES SEcRAvEs . . . . . . . Henry Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Monticello Seminary ESTHER SELLIGMAN ..... Louisville, Ky. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi Bradford Academy THEODORE T. SHAFTON . . . . Commerce and Law Phi Epsilon Pi HERMAN SHAPIRO . . . . . Pharmacy Editor, Illini Pharmacist l3lg Orchestra ll, CACA! Chicago Chicago 2, 31 PAGE 138 12 y!'i"' 1-"'V"f"4"fi' HELEN E. SEAGo ....... Jerseyville Home Economics Phi Omega Pi Western Illinois State Teachers College IRMA PAULINE SEARS ...... Oblong Liberal Arts and Sciences PAUL EDWARD SEEPE ....... Peru Architectural Engineering Sigma Nu A. S. C. E.: Scabbarcl and Bladeg Architectural Society: Captain, University Brigade 141 CATHERINE MARTHA SEITER . Logansport, Ind. Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Lambda Deltag Alethenai Literary Society HELEN MARGUERITE SERVATIUS . . . Chicago Liberal A rts and Sciences Northwestern University LEONARD S1-rANHoUsE ...... Rockford Liberal A rts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau WALTER FRANCIS SHATTUCK, JR. . . Evanston Civil Engineering Sigma Chi Tribe of Illinig Dolphinsg Freshman Varsity Swimming: Varsity Swimming Letter KZ, 3, 41 xVVWx7iKf'W7UK B I l A I I Y -. rv. gg ELMO AUDRIAN SHAW .... Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Eureka College CHARLES IRVING SHELLoW . Dentistry University Fellowship Club University of Chicago PAUL ALBERT SHENK, JR. . Law HAROLD JOSEPH SI-III-INIcIc . Pharmacy Chairman, Floor Committee ROBERT WILLIAM SHIRLEY . . General Business Phi Delta Theta First Lieutenant, University Brigade 121 KATHRINE MARGARET SHOEMAKER Education Choral Societyg Women's Glee Club Eastern Illinois State Teachers College CHARLES EDWARD SHULTS, JR. . General Business Sigma Nu sflhbard and Blades First Lieutenant, Sade 13 y . Pittsfeld . Chicago . Canton . Chicago . Chicago . Nolcvmfi' . Flossmoor University Bri- . M iv . uuunw. .Aw fre. 4- ' w If r' DAVID TE-HU! SHAW .... I Kiangsi, China Ceramic Engineering Chinese Students' Club, American Ceramic Society Tsing Hua University HERBERT ALVIN SHELBY . . . . . Sidney Commerce Illini Chamber of Commerceg Captain, University Bri- gade Ml ROBERT SCHEMBER SI-IELTON . . Crystal Lake Liberal Arts and Sciences Omega Beta Pi Band ll, 2, 3, 4lg Orchestra ll, 2, 41 DOROTHY GRACE SHIMRERG .... Chicago Liberal A rts and Sciences FREDERICK E. SHIPLACOFF . . Brooklyn, N Dentistry University Fellowship Club New York University SARAH ELIZABETH SHIVELY Decatur Education Life Saving Corps James Milliken University Home Economics Monmouth College . . Y. DOROTHY LUCILLE SI-IovER . . . Abingdon V PAGE 139 BERNADINE EUGENIA SHUMAN . . . Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Lolci Gold Feathersg Jamesonian Literary Societyg Secretary, Woman's Group System 1419 First and Second Councils, Woman's League 13, 4l Honors Day PAULINE SIEGEL ...... Durant, Okla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Phi Washington University MANUEL U. SIEvERs . . . . Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma PERcv NICHOLAS SIMMONS . . . Sardis, Miss. Railway Electrical Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon Electrical Engineering Societyg Engineering Councilg En- gineers Ofhcers' Clubg Railway Clubg Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Epsilong Sigma Taug Captain, University Brigade Honors Day DONALD Rox' SIMPSON ...... Lockport Mechanical Engineering Sigma Pi A. S. M. E.: Freshman Varsity Footballg Freshman Varsity Basketball STEWART WALLACE SIMPSON . . . Oak Park Liberal Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Beloit College MILTON SINGER ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Epsilon Pi Sophomore Football Manager: Senior Cap and Gown Committeeg Cast, "Prince of Pilsen" CACA PAGE140 of .4 i 4,5 If ' ., , . .-.--1.-,W -YH-. ,, s .,.,.,.e...,.-,wr CHARLES BAKER SHUMAN . . . Urbana Agriculture Farm House Agricultural Clubg Agronomy Clubg Alpha Zetag Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Delta Epsilong Associate Business Man- ager, Illinois Agriculturist l4j Honors Day MARIE ADELINE SIEMERS . . . Lostant Education Illinois State Normal University CARL I. SIGAL ........ Chicago Commerce and Law Daily Illini llj ALFRED SIMONS ...... . Chicago Athletic Coaching Phi Epsilon Pi Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Squad H13 Captain, University Brigade HJ LUELLA MARIE SIMPSON .... Champaign Liberal Arts ana' Sciences CoRA EVALINE SIMS ....... Irving General Business Gamma Epsilon Pig W. A. A.g Bowling ll, 2. Sl Run-I SINGER . . .... . Chicago Education LYXXKXWVWCVLY 5 I 5 T EVALD ALEJNUS SKOGSEERG .... Danville Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pig Pi Tau Sigmag A. S. M. E. Honors Day JOSEPH A. SLAIS ..... . ChicaS0 Pharmacy HAROLD HERBERT SLOCUM . . . Rock lxland Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nug E. E. Society A-U81-lstana College PHILIP J.SLOTNIKOFF . . . . . . Chicago Commerce and Law Sigma Delta Kappa First Lieutenant, University Brigade 1313 Infantry Offi- cers' Club in ROBERT SMALE . .... . Chicago Engineering JAMES J. SMILEY, JR ....... Chicago Liberal Art: ana' Sciences Phi Kappa Pi Delta Epsilong Business Manager, Siren l.4lg'Sopho- more Football Manager: First Lieutenant. Uyniversity Bri- Side 1419 Production staff, "Twelfth Ntght DOROTHY Donn SMIT1-I ..... Finchville Liberal Art: and Sciences University of Kentucky X FRANCES LOUISE SKII.Es . . . - . . Grayville Liberal Arts and Sciences SIMON SKER ..... .... C hicago Pharmacy ligeishman Varsity Basketballg Varsity Basketball Squad CI-IARI.Es PHILIP SLATER ..... Mansfield Banking and Finance RUSSEL MORGAN SLOMAN .... Taylorville Agriculture Alpha Tau Alphag Agricultural Clubg Agronomy Clubg Education Club HERMAN M. SLUTSKY . ..... Chicago Pharmacy Delta Kappa Sigma: Freshman Varsity Basketballg Var- sity Baskctball Squad l2l JOSEPH M. SMEJKAI. . . . . Chicago Dentistry Psi Omega Class Treasurer C41 Crane junior College DOROTHY SMITH ........ Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences r Theta Upsilon E President, Y. W. C. A. Hlg Chairman, Student Christian Conference U1 I l l PAGE 141 KARL WHITING SMITH .... Avalon, Penn. Ceramic Engineering Phi Delta Theta Keramos: A. S. C. E. Pennsylvania State College: University of Pittsburgh M. LEORA SMITH ....... Sheff-iela' Education W. A. A.: Baseball 111: Bowling 121: Tennis 111: Volley Ball 131 Knox College Roy HAROLD SMITH ...... Princeton Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Kappa Lambda Scabbard and Blade: Kappa Phi Sigma: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 131: Freshman Varsity Track: Senior Invitations Committee: Major, University Brigade VERA J. SMITH ......... Peoria Liberal Arts and Sciences First and Third Councils, Woman's League 131 Honors Day Bradley Polytechnic Institute: University of Chicago PAUL GoTERIEn SODERDAHL . . Oak Park Pharmacy LESTER BENJAMIN SQMMER ..... Peoria Industrial Administration Delta Phi Scabbard and Blade: Military Ball Committee 141: Lieu- tenant Colonel, University Brigade PAUL RAMSEY SPENCER .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences ALFA PAGE 142 V 5 L . , .,,,,.7,,., ,., .- v .V . L ? --ye-ur-f?e f R. E MARY KINSEY SMITH . . . . Chicago Education Sigma Alpha Iota Anonian Literary Society Chicago Normal College ROBERT Cor SMITH ...... Little York Agriculture Alpha Tau Alpha SAMUEL O. SMITH, JR. . . . Girard Law Delta Sigma Phi Phi Alpha Delta: Adelphi: Literary Society james Milliken University W. MYERS SMITH .... Little Rock, Ark. Liberal Arts and Sciences Omega Beta Pi MILTON C. SOLOMON ....... Peoria Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. Bradley Polytechnic Institute EDGAR WAYNE SPARKS .... Connersville Ceramics Engineering A. S. C. E.: Chemical Society: Freshman Varsity Basket- ball AUGUST WILLIAM SPERLING .... Fisher Agriculture Agriculture Club 12, 3, 41: Dairy Club 141 Eureka College KV VWVWJKV JAMES CLIFFORD SPRINGER ..... DeKalb Electrical Engineering Triangle Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu: Phi Eta Sigma: Pi Mu EPsIlon: Sigma Tau Northern Illinois State Teachers College TROY RALPH STANDARD . . . . . Toulon Agriculture Bradley Polytechnic Institute FRANK Louis STELLNER ..... Danville Banking and Finance Delta Upsilon Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Basketball Squad 121: Freshman Varsity Track: Varsity Traclt Letter CZ, 3, 41: Freshman Varsity Cross Country: VHSICY Cross Country Squad 12, 3, 41 MARJDRIE DRURY STEVENS .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Northwestern University ANTON PERRINE STILLER ..... Decatur Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau Milliken University CLARK EMERSON STORM . . . . Windsor Education GEORGE WILLIAM STOSSKOPF . . . Evanston Mechanical Engineering Theta Kappa Nu A. S. M. E. Northwestern University EUGENE ALDEN SPRINGER . . . . Hurst General Business, Beta Kappa Glee Club: Lieutenant, University Brigade Q41 LURA LUCILLE SPRINGER . . . . Washington Liberal Arts and Sciences HENRY STEELE ..... M iddletown, I nd. Agriculture EUGENE MARTIN STEPHENS . . . . . Cairo Architectural Engineering Phi Delta Theta A. S. C. E.: Architectural Society: Gargoyle: Scarab: Technograph 121: Business Manager, Architectural Year Book 141: Freshman Frolic Committee: Scarab Prize for Architectural Engineers Q31 J. RAYMOND STEWART . . Battle Ground, Ind. Education Beta Theta Pi Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem: Skull and Crescent: Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Football: Varsity Football Letter 12, 3, 41: Varsity Basketball Letter B13 Freshman Var- sity Baseball: Varsity Baseball Letter ll, 3, 41 IRWIN CHARLES STOLL ...... Chicago Railway Administration Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Major, Univer- sity Brigade Q31 Joi-IN LYTLE SToRIvIoNT . . . Princeton, Ind. Agriculture Geneva College: Indiana University PAGE 143 VERNON TI-IEoDoRE STGUTEMYER . Chatsworth Floriculture Alpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Alpha Xi: Choral So- cietyg Illinois Agriculturist li, 415 Alpha Zeta Freshman Scholarship Cup ALFRED GORDON STRAUBE . Milwaukee, Wis. Liberal Arts and Sciences Lucy VIoLA STUDLEY . . . . . Reddick Home Economics Kappa Sigma Tau MARCELLA MARTINA STULGINSKIS . . Westville Liberal Arts and Sciences Achaeag Woman's Cosmopolitan Club ELIZABETH STUTSON .... . Winnetka Journalism 'Sigma Kappa Mortar Boardg Shi-Aig Theta Sigma Phig Illiola Literary Societyg Torchg Woman's Editor, Daily Illini C415 Stu- dent Council KATE AMELIA SULLIVAN . . . New Holland Home Economics Phi Mu Illinois Woman's College HARRIET LOUISE SUNDVAI-IL . . . Park Ridge Liberal Arts and Sciences AACK PAGHE 144 .N Ax. .25 'Ps Nl A L 1 .L r..' wr' .,. ,ff I EARL LESTER STRAND . ..... Elmhurst General Business Beta Gamma Sigmag Phi Eta Sigma FLORENCE J. STROUSE . . Terre Haute, Ind. Education Alpha Epsilon Phi FRED HENRY STUDT ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences LEONARD WILLIAM STURDYVIN . . Champaign Education Phi Kappa JAMES GORDON SULLIVAN .' . . . Canton General Business HARRIETT INEZ SUMNER . . . . Chicago Education Jamesonian Literary Societyg Daily Illini EDWARD W. SUPPIGER . . . St. Louis, Mo. Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi: Chi Epsilon: Mu Sang Phalanx: Phi Eta Sigmag Phi Kappa Epsilong Sigma Taug A. S.. C. Ei En- ggnea-? Olhcers' Clubs Lieutenant, University Brigade Honors Day 1 1 il-- XSWVWQV JAROSLAV J. SvEc ........ Berwyn Ceramic Engineering Delta Alpha Epsilon Keramosg American Ceramic Societyg Technograph 1113 Engineers' Council EARL JOHN SwANsoN . . . . . . Chicago General Business Chi Beta Freshman Varsity Footballg Freshman Varsity Baseball CHARLES WILLIAM SWARTZ . . . . Dupo Electrical Engineering Delta Sigma Lambda Pj Tau Pi Sigmag Scabbard and Bladeg E. E. Societyg Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade 1419 Signal Corps Officers' Club JERRY GEORGE SYKDRA .... . Batavia Athletic Coaching Theta Chi University of Wisconsin CLEo B. 'TANNER ....... Saunemin Physical Education Zeta Tau Alpha W. A. A4 Physikos Paideiag Hockey 13, 415 Captain. Basketball 1315 Baseball 1315 Bowling 131: Apparatus 1315 Manager, Baseball 131: Manager, Tennis 1415 Chairman, W. A. A. Health Week 131 Illinois State Normal University MARTINA EVELYN TAYLOR . . . Rock Island Education Augustana College HAROLD EDWARD TEGGE . . . . Papineau Agriculture Beta Theta Pi Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, University Brigade 141 ....,. - tt ... .....Ca.,L...A. 1 ! I . 1 1 Q V f F 12 2 2 I 1 V 5 i if I , I. Z 5 34 .t I 'gif' NWA Q 1 r N 'A 1,- t'- in 'ui' ,1 t . , , ..-W-: .. .-.f 5.4 -:--....fT. ' .L .,.., . ....,-......-,,, ., . .-...-...,....- ,.........-A! ' ...LL iLs:.4,..t umm.. ' I VIRGINIA SUPPLE ...... Monmouth Physical Education Gamma Phi Beta V Torchg Shi-Aig W. A. A.: Hockey 11, 2, 319 Basketball 11, 2, 315 Baseball 11, 2, 313 Track 1113 Tennis Cham- pion 1l1g Manager, Tennis 131: Manager, Hockey 1415 Co-Chairman, Homecoming Registration Committee 141 STEPI-IAN FRANKLIN SWAIN . . Seymour, Ind. Mining Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Delta Mu Epsilon: Scabbard and Bladez Mining Society: Cavalry Clubg Captain, University Brigade 141 BERNICE EVELYN SWARTZ . . . . De Land Home Economics Theta Upsilon Home Economics Clubg First Council, Women's League 13. 41 IRA JOSEPH SWEENEY ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Rho Ma-Wan-Dag Sachemg Tribe of Illinig Freshman Varsity Baseballg Varsity Baseball Letter 12, 3, 41 G. E. SYMDNS ........ Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma Skull and Crescent University of Wisconsin KENNETH ARCHIBALD TAYLCR . . . Urbana Mechanical Engineering Delta Sigma Tau A. S. M. E.g Captain, University Brigade 141 VIRGINIA KATHRYN TAYLOR .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Home Economics Clubg Hockey 141 University of Chicagog Crane College PAGE 14-5 R ARTHUR TEMPLE . . . . Davenport, Iowa Architectural Engineering Theta Delta Chi Scatab5 Skull and Crescent5 Tu-Mas5 Architectural So- ciety ALBERT WILLIAM THoEMINo . . Tuscola Accountancy MARIAN JANE THOMAS . . . East St. Louis Liberal Arts and Science: Phi Mu Woman's Glee Club Knox College WILLIAM B. THoMAs . . ..... Freeport Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Pi Upsilon Phi Lambda Upsilon MARY ISOBEL THOMPSON .... Monticello Physical Education Alpha Delta Pi Mortar Boardg Shi-Ai5 Torch' Gold Feathers: Student Councilg President W. A. A.5 l'lockey ll, 215 Basketball ll, 2, 315 Soccer 1415 Life Saving Corps5 Golf C313 Woman's Finance Chairman, Homecoming i415 Golf Manager RACHEL JEAN THOMPSON ..... Paxton ' Physical Education Delta Delta Delta Alpha Sigma Nug Torch5 Gold Feathersg W. A. A.5 Hockey 12, 3. 415 Basketball IZ. 315 Baseball 12, 315 Tennis 1215 Chairman, Finance Committee, Dad's Day I315 Chairman, Registration Committee, Dad's Day H1 Lindenwood College ALICE C. THULIN ........ Alpha Education University of Wisconsing Illinois State Normal Army, PAGE 146 MILDRED TEPLITZ ....... Chicago Liberal Art: and Sciences Delta Phi Epsilon University of Chicago5 Chicago Normal College ALTON Fnosr THOMAS .... , Elkhart, Ind. Accountancy Beta Alpha Psi MARION FRANCES TI-IoMAs . . Putnam Education French Club Eureka College MAGNUS THOMPSON ...... Chicago Architectural Engineering Triangle Scarab5 Architectural Society: Freshman G m Team: Varsity Gym Team KZ, 3, 415 Technograph 8,41 PERCIVAL EUGENE THOMPSON . . Chicago Law Delta Sigma Lambda Phi Delta Phi VIRGINIA THOMPSON . . . . . Sullivan Education Illinois State Normal Ronem' DEYO TICKNOR ...... Peoria Liberal Arts and Science: Theta Delta Chi Alpha Alpha Alphag Phi Eta Sigma5 Illini Board of gontrol 13, 415 Rushing Committee Interfraternity ounci ,.,. I . xvifvviv 5 1 4, -I .l I X . RAY I-I. TIIvIIvIoNs ...... Monticello Railway Electrical Engineering Stahbard and Bladeg Sigma Epsilon: Major, University Brigade 141 PAUL HERBERT TIPTON ...... Peoria Architectural Engineering A- S. C. E.: Architectural Society Bradley Polytechnic Institute EDWARD FILLMORE Toon . . . . Chicago Engineering Triangle Tau Beta Pig Engineering Student Council 1415 'Phi Alpha Lambda: Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Mu Epsilong Editor, Technograph Q41 ' ALFRED HICKMAN TOMLINSON . . Mt. Pulaski General Business GEORGE TQWNSEND ....... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Beta Psi Phi Eta Sigma: Daily Illini ill VIDA Lois TRAGER . . . . . . . . Lada Home Economics Phi'Beta Kappa: Home Economics Clubg Iota Sigma Pig Omicron Nug Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Day ABE TRAVIS ........ Tulsa, Okla. Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau Freshman Varsity Tennisg Varsity Tennis Letter 13, 41 .5 , 5.5 I rs 3 ' Jiwlw 75 rs 'Ld I fir., ' N X'-.i .V F A It 11' 5 . 'im ,4 ,A 12 v-. . - A -.a.....Iaa.a I 1 E rf. F I I I I ,IJ .I-.,', l ,IW gi .ivim ,,...., '3,, O-.' .1 ,,-I ga., .e,. .. .v....wn-I leo . I ,lv 1! R A.. e . V.. .I l ,L.:u. E., iw l T' ,, gg. Mr: a 1- fr ,?i1e..uuaIs-.1-f...L. - .. -.-A V' .' If' 1- -ff-warg ,il an - 1 3.2. W- iii sri ' " 'wjffi . rf, fs? v J 1 .,, ,Vxp,.A, 'i mv t ,- 'C 1 1 I FEIEW3-5 A Q U. A JOSEPHINE LOUISE TIMMERMAN . . Palatine Education Presbyterian Hall Tennis 13, 4h First Council, Woman's League HQ Milwaukee State Normal School Louis FRANK TINTHOFF . . , Peoria Dentistry Delta Sigma Delta Vice-President, Freshman Class Bradley Polytechnic Institute GORDON RUSSELL Trrus . . . . Champaign General Business Delta Sigma Tau Sophomore Baseball Manager WILLIAM FRANCIS ToI.AIz . . . Chicago Dentistry Beta Psi Psi Omegag President, Student Council HJ Crane Junior Collegeg Lewis Institute HELEN EVELYN TOPPING . . . River Forest Education Delta Zeta Anonian Literary Societyg W. A. A.g Pan-Hellenic Formal Committee C33 Dennison University KUROSAWA Tovo . . . Seyamura Kuiigun llzaraltiken, Japan Chemistry Japanese Student Club Yokohama Technical College GEORGE ERWIN TRAUT .... New Athens Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma James Milliken University PAGE 147 VERA CI-IALMERS TRAyPoRn .... Chicago Physical Education Spanish Clubg Sketch Clubg Soccer 13, 41: yqlley Ball 13, 41, Tennis f3, 41g W. A. A.g Physikos PaIdeIa 13,41 University of Wisconsin: University of Chicago PAUL WALTER TRENKENSCI-IUI-I . Rock Island Law Bcta Kappa Gamma Eta Gammag Scabbard and Bladeg Captain, Uni- versity Brigade GORDON MACKINTOSH TRUMAN . . Evanston Liberal Arls and Sciences Sigma Phi Epsilon GLADYS MERLE TUCKER . . . . . Paris Home Economics Alcestis LEAI-I FERN TUCKER .... . . Paris Home Economics ROBERT HARRELL TULI. .... Monticello Railway Electrical Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda Tau Beta Pig Sigma Epsilon: Sigma Tau ELIZABETH JANE TURNELI. .... Danville Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Mortar Boardg Torchg Phi Beta Kappag Delta Sigma Rhog Sigma Delta Phi CACA PAGE148 ' I' '.- . W1 'i I. s , Y In 7 J at I x 1 l I I, i I l I il 1 , F., .. ,Tv : .koi ,,..1,,s.,.a L' , f i- K 1 f'- 373 . , s ...., , .,.s..vI . -.l,.....a. WILLIAM JACKSON TREECB .... Jonesboro A thletic Coaching Lambda Alpha Lambda VERNA BERNICE TROUTMAN . . . Harristown Liberal Arts and Sciences WILBUR 1. TRUNKEY, JR ..... Oak Park General Business Sigma Phi Epsilon Sachemq Alpha Delta Sigmag Band of X5 Daily Illini fl, 2, 315 Business Manager, Homecoming Program 141 HELEN TUCKER . . . . . . Warrensburg Home Economics Beta Phi Alpha Jamesonian Literary Societyg Hockey U15 Basketball ll, 21: 'Prack ll1g Bowling ll, 2, 313 Bowling Manager l2, 3 STEWART LAWRENCE TUCKEY . . . Peoria Dairy Manufactures Bradley Polytechnic Institute EDWARD JOSEPH TURNBAUGH . . Rock Island Liberal Arts and Sciences Augustana College GERALDINE L. TURNER . . . Kirkwood, Mo. Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Phi Beta Mortar Boardg Torch: Alethenai Literary Societyg Illini Theatre Guild 141: Chairman, Woman's Welfare Corn- mittee 1415 Sophomore Cotillion Committeeg Junlor Prom Committeeg Dance Supervision Committeeg Inter- Illini Parties Committee I31 'JK VNKYGUY MARION E. TWITCI-IELL ..... Bellerville Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Hockey Q31 Monticello Seminary EUGENE ,lol-IN ULLEMEYER . . . Rock Island General Business Pi Kappa Phi Augustana College EDITH AMELIA UTTERBACK . . . . Urbana Home Economics Phi Upsilon Omicron THEODORE GEORGE VARY . . . . Champaign General Business D0lPl'1inS: Synton: Freshman Varsity Water Basketball: Varsity Water Polo Squad lZ, 31 HENRY ARTHUR VALERIUS .... Elkville Agriculture :Agriculture Clubg Horticulture Clulng Illinois Agricul- urist CORNELIUS AUSTIN VAN DoREN . . Loami Agriculture Beta Kappa Phi Eta Sigmag Alpha Tau Alpha: Alpha Zetag Agri- cultural Club Illinois Wesleyan University .l0HN J. VANDYKE .... Iowa City, Iowa Dentistry Psi Omega University of Iowa GILBERT HARPER TURNER . . Kansas City, Mo. Mechanical Engineering Phi Gamma Delta Phi Eta Sigmag Pi Tau Sigmag Mu Sang Daily Illini lll DAVID JOSEPH TWOMEY . . . Chicago Commerce Theta Kappa Phi Illini Chamber of Commerce CONSTANCE RDSABELLA UsDoRNE . . Marengo Liberal Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Shi-Ai JOSEPH EDWIN VAILE .... Kokomo, Ind. Agriculture Alpha Chi Rho University of Wisconsin GILBERT RENE VALBERT .... . Flora Athletic Coaching Sigma Pi Freshman Varsity Footballg Varsity Football Squad l2, 31: lntet-fraternity Council RGBERT CLARK VANDERVOORT . . Hayworth Agriculture Agriculture Club N CHARLES CLIFFORD VANDYKE . . . Kewanee Athletic Coaching Sigma Delta Rho Delta Theta Epsilong Freshman Varsity Wrestlingg Var- SIKY Wrestling Squad 13, 41 PAGE 149 LESTER MILLER VAN TREss ..... Ladd Music Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia: Mu Kappa Alphag Choral So- cietyg Band ll, 2, 3, 4, Honors Day DOMINICK JOSEPH VERDA ..... Mark Liberal Arts and Sciences Physiology Journal Clubg Lieutenant, University Brigade HJ, Band RICHARD FELTES VOELL . . . Milwaukee, Wis. Architectural Engineering Zeta Psi Tau Beta Pig Tu-Masg Architectural Societyg Gargoyleg Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Taug Freshman Varsity Fencingg Editor, Arch Year Bookg Chairman, Cap and Gown Committee University of Wisconsin STELLA MARIE WACHTER .... Riverside Liberal Arts and Sciences Gamma Theta Pi Alpha Lambda Delta: Gregorian Literary Societ : Inter- Literary Societyg Daily Illini 121 5 First Council, Woman's Leagueg Gold Feathers: Blue Feathers JOHN GARLAND WAGGONER . . . . Maltoon Electrical Engineering E. E. Society: Pi Tau Pi Sigmag Scabbard and Bladeg Signas Corps Officers' Clubg Syntnng Captain, University nga e Honors Day KENNETH MERRILL WALDEN . . Rockford Accountancy LELIA JANE WALKER ...... Hillsdale Liberal Arts and Sciences Augustana College CACHE!! PAGE 150 MELVILLE CHRISTIAN VAUGHAN . . Greenville Liberal Arls and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma Interfraternity Council DANIEL W. VITTUM . .... . Canton Accountancy Alpha Chi Rho Freshman Varsity Basketball: Varsity Basketball Squad Z H. KENNETH VoN OHLEN . . . . Leland General Business Sigma Phi Sigma WILLARD ELLIOTT WADE .... Champaign Liberal Arts and Sciences Band ll, 2, 3, 415 Orchestra ll, Zi LESTER CARL WAGNER . r .... Belleville General Business Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Kappa Psi CAROL MERIWETHER WALDROP . Blandinsville Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Mu Glee Clubg Daily Illini l2j Joi-:N DoRAN WALSH .... West Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Armour Institute of Technologyg Campion College WRFFQYQ LEO WENDELL WALTER .... Prairie City Agriculture Agriculture Clubg Hoof and Horn Club Knox College HELEN ANNE WARE ..... Springfield Liberal Arts and Sciences Basketball 1119 Baseball 111g Track 111 DOROTHY ELIZABETH WASEM . . . Patoltd Education ELMER ALFRED WATERMAN . . South Holland Banking and Finance Beta Nu Kappag lVlen's Glee Club Northwestern University HOXVARD OWAN WATSON . . . Arcola Agriculture Phi Pi Phi Agriculturae Club: Agriculture Education Club? H04-'ff and Horn Clubg Pi Delta Epsilong Editor, Illinois Agri- Culturist 1415 Junior Smoker Committee: Best All Round Stock Judge 121 JAMES ELDRIDGE WAX .... . Newman Accountancy Cavalry OH-icers' Clubg Captain, University Brigade 141 WILLA JEAN WEBB ...... Plainfield Liberal Arts and Science: Theta Upsilon .loliet Junior College Fi If .il I X E 'I Q l 2 sl l fl 1 3 E is i li 4 7? 4 i , 9 . ...-:.I-...I....i. THOMAS Joi-IN WALSH, JR ..... Chicago Liberal Art: and Sciences ELIZABETH MARY WARD ..... Sterling Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Torch: Second Cabinet 131, First Cabinet 1415 Y. W C. A.g First Council, Woman's League 141 Honors Day Abbot Academy RINNAI-I A. WARREN . . . . . East Moline Accountancy Theta Upsilon Omega EDWARD WALTER WASI-IWILAS . . Chicago Engineering Phi Alpha Lambda CHRISTINE C. WATSON , . . . . . Pari Liberal Arts and Science: Hamilton College THOMAS HAROLD WATT . . . . Wincbeste Commerce Beta Kappa Band 11, 21 ROBERT Jo WEBB .... Indianapolis, Ind Liberal Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta Butler University PAGE 151 Band 11. 2, 31 CLYDE AUGUSTKN WEBBER . . . Urbana General Business Phi Sigma Kappa HERBERT WILLIAM WEBER . . St. Louis, Mo. Commerce Sigma Phi Epsilon Chorus. "Listen Lester" 131: Post-Exam Stunt Show 131 RACHEL ELIZABETH WEBER . . . Hoopeston Liberal Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha Athenian Literary Society RALPH THEODORE WEBSTER . Russelville, Ind. Athletic Coaching Theta Kappa Nu Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Wrestling: Varsity Wrestling Letter 12, 3, 41 ARCHIBALD PETER WEIHL . . . . Waterloo Law lfzfpa Phi Sigma: Phalanx: Major, University Brigade REBECCA RUTH WEINSTEIN .... Chicago Physical Education Physicos Paida: W.A.A.: Soccer 131: Volley Ball 131: Apparatus 131: Baseball 131 Northwestern College FRANK ARTHUR WELD . .... Belvidere General Business Beta Theta Pi Beta Gamma Sigma: Icarus: Phi Eta Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Lieutenant Colonel, University Brigade 141: Chorus, "Sin" 121 - Honors Day I Q!!! 'AACAK PAGE 152 ' .n--f. 'Q 1 :Si 1 Q' ll ,a,...-R,--.- 4 '1 .N A .ii , 'Q w Y . '. w h 11' Zn. 'fi " jr ' ' 'Q 1' .xl rr .-A 1,3 4.:i9l.,r ,, .. .t . I.- . 'Tr 4 l 7 1 I ' x S Q .1 vii it I -' I Nz, -J 'Y r 1 1 ,L ...,...- , , " -.I on , if 1 s t 1 ,, ,....,.,..,.., A , F . 195515 E ' 1 ,V b f 'l ifi ll" 5: ,fi 1' X U ,4 , N 2 ' J li I fli "' i K? HELMUT HENRY WEBER .... Edgewood Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma Pi Mu Epsilon: Chemistry Show: Intcrfraternity Council IRMA CAROLINE WEBER ..... Chicago Physical Education Theta Upsilon W.A.A.: Woman's League: Wesley Players: Hockey il, 2.5, 41: 'Basketball 111: Baseball 11, 21: Track li 2. HARRY LEvI WEBSTER .... Buckingham Dairy Manufactures Dairy Club: Agricultural Club: Hoof and Horn Club: Illinois Agriculturist 131 Illinois Wesleyan University ROBERT WEIDENFELD .... . Chicago Accountancy BERNARD WEINSTEIN ...... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha MII ARTHUR JOSEPH WELCH ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences MRS. ELEANOR ANDERSON WELLS . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences French Club: Philomen Group: Dames Club YXVWWXWJKWK 5 D 5 X GEORGE RAYMOND WERNER .... Streator Dairy Manufactures Agriculture Clubg Alpha Zeta: Dairy Club Honors Day CHARLES AR'rI-IUR WESNER . - R0bi11I0'1 Law Phi Delta Phi JESSICA DAWSON WEST . . . Hubbard Woods Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Tau Athenian Literary Societyg Curtain anal Bell! Gold Feathersg Gregorian Societyg Illinois Magazine 13, 41 SIGFRIED H. A. WESTBY . . . . Elgin Civil Engineering Kappa Zeta Rho A.S.C.E. Elllin junior College JENNY WESTLING . .... . .... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences .loliet Junior College WILLIAM RooERIcK WHITAKER, JR. . Glencoe Civil Engineering Cavalry Club: Chi Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade, Sigma Tillli Military Ball Committee: Lieutenant Colonel, Um- versuty Brigade 141 FRANCES MARGARET WHITEHEAD . Lewistown General Business Loki Gamma Epsilon Pig Phi Chi Thetag Commercia. Honors Day I in-. A w LILLIAN WENDT ....... Eyiingham Liberal Arts and Sciences First Council, Woman's League Eastern Illinois State Teachers College WESLEY CLAYTON WERTZ . . . Antioch Athletic Coaching Freshman Varsity Basketball: First Lieutenant, Univer- sity Brigade Ol RAY EARL WESNER .... . Robinson Larv Phi Delta Phi CLETIS OLIVE WESTALL . . . Bridgeport Education Alpha Gamma Delta Torchg Gold Feathers, Gregorian Literary Society: Shi-Aig Society Editor, Illio Ol: W.A.A.g Hockey ll, 2, 3, 415 Basketball ll, 2, 313 Track ll, Zl, Captain lll, Man- ager l3l3 Golf Manager Ml: Sophomore Cotilliong Gold Feather Council 1215 Chairman, Publicity Committee, Dad's Day JOSEPH WILLIAM WESTHORN . Milwaukee, Wir. Industrial Administration Sigma Iota Epsilon Northwestern University ANNA LUCILE WHALIN ..... Rose Hill Floriculture Floriculture Club VEAIRNELL WHITE . . . . . . Minonk Accountancy Sigma Mu Sigma PAGE 153 ELBERT HAROLD WHITESIDE ..... Odell Liberal Arts and Sciences LIsI-1 WHITSON ......... Urbana Liberal Arts and Sciences Daubersg Delta Sigma Rho: National Collegiate Playersg Phi Delta Gamma: Sigma Upsilong Mask and Bauble: Pierrotsg Freshman Debate: Varsity Debate l2. 3. 433 Cast of: "We Are Seven," "Arms and the Man," "Listen Lester," "Twelfth Night," "Prince of Pilsen," "The Romantic Young Lady," "The Butter and Egg Mann: Production Manager, Post Exam Jubilee l4l ELIZABETH GRANT WICKMAN .... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta VIRGIL ANDERSON WIESE ..... Newman General Business Kappa Sigma Tu-Masq Senior Ball Committee Ml: Band ll, 2, Zl DOROTHY FRANCES WILCOX . . . Champaign Liberal Arts ana' Sciences Frances Shimer College MARGARET WHITEHEAD WILES . . Ierseyville Education Sigma Alpha Iota - Lindenwood Collegeg Southern Branch, University of California ALICE WILLIAMS ....... Harrisburg Liberal Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi George Washington University 'MW PACB154 UVUKN' BURTON FRANKLIN WHITMORE . . . Gardner A Dairy Manufactures Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Tau Alpha: Freshman Varsity Cross Countryg Varsity Cross Country l3, 41 LoRIN DIxoN WHITTAKER .... Bridgeport Liberal Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Rho Freshman Varsity Basketballg Varsity Basketball Squad l2Jg Band ll, 2, 3, 41 EDDIE WIEGLE . . . . . . . . . Carmi Liberal Arts and Sciences COLLIN SHERMAN WILCOX . . . Dallas City Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Chi Delta Carthage College VIRGINIA FLORENCE WILDI .... Highland Liberal Arts and Sciences MARY ETHELYN WILKINS . . . Oxford, Ind. Education Honors Day GARNER Wooo WILLIAMS . Marshalltown, Iowa General Business Delta Upsilon Alpha Kappa Psi . MEX 7513! We P MARIE JEANNETTE WILLIAMS . . . Urbana V Home Economics 5 B X University Orchestra Jol-IN LE Rov WILLIFORD .... Mt. Carmel Mechanical Engineering Theta Alpha A. S. M. E.g Society of Automotive Engineersg Property Staff, "Sin" 1 DOUGLAS WILSON ..... . Chicago General Business Triangle Icarus: Illini Chamber of Commerceg Chairman, Junior Smoker Committeegljunior Reception Committee NORMAN WALDO WILSON . . . Homewood Agriculture Glec Club FRANK LORRAIN WILTBERGER . 1 Crystal Lake Education LOUISE ELMA WINCHELL . . . . Chicago Journalism Crane Junior College HARRISON LouIs WINTER ..... Godfrey Civil Engineering Theta Chi Ma-Wan-Dag Scabbard and Bladeg Theta Taug Sopho- more Track Managerg Junior Circus Managerg Interfra- KBIIEIKY Councilg Military Ball Committee 13, 415 Colonel, University Brigade 1415 Student Council Q41 I ,..t-7m.'J'frn:. .. - - TTI' F..XK,Y3+ HAZEL WILLIAMS . . . . . '. Collinsville Home Economics LUCILE ,WILLIAMSON .... . Nashville Education Kappa Delta JULIUS ERNEST WILSKE .... Champaign Mechanical Engineering A. S. M. E.g Engineers Officers' Club ELIZABETH ERRETT WILSON ..... Joliet Liberal Arts and Sciences Choral Society WALTER LEWIS WILSON, JR. . Kansas City, Mo. General Business Sigma Iota Epsilon Kansas City Junior College PAUL LAVERNE WILTON . . . . Carlyle Accountancy Alpha Sigma Phi Beta Gamma Sigmag Beta Alpha Psig Phi Eta Sigma MARGARET EUGENIA WINcI-IELL . . . Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Crane Junior College L XA i PAGE 155 PERRY RAY WINTER .... Clymer, N. Y. Accountancy Hedding College Roy KENT WISE .... . Tamalco Agriculture Southern Illinois Teachers College FRANK WALTER Woomcx-I, JR .... Chicago Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E4 E. E. Societyg I. R. E.: Synton University of Porto Rico GEORGE WOLFRAM ..... Des Plaines Ceramic Engineering Theta Xi A. C. S.: Scabbard and Blade: Captain, University Bri- gade HJ LAVEIaNE WOODLEY ....... Marion Liberal Art: and Sciences Sigma Delta Pig Torchg Woman's Cosmopolitan: Second Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. 1315 First Cabinet, Y. W. C. A. WESLEY THEODORE WOOLEY . . Bloomington Education Pi Kappa Phi Cap and Gown Committeeg Disciplinary Committee, Interfraternity Council 141 JESSE LoYAL WORDEN .... . Chicago Engineering Phi Nu Beta Honors Day fiihiihfithf PAGE 156 ESTHER MILDRED WIRTZ ..... Chicago Liberal Arts and Sciences Alpha Omicron Pi WILLIAM I-loMER WISELY . . . St. Louis, Mo. Civil Engineering A. S. C. E4 Chi Epsilong Mu-San ALBYN GARRETT WOLFE .... Jacksonville Liberal Arts and Sciences Theta Alpha Kappa Phi Sigmag Cap and Gown Committee Illinois College: University of Wisconsin ALBERT LEONARD WOLINS . . Chicago Law Phi Eta Sigmag Pre-Legal Club HELEN MCCLELLAND WOGLEY . . Champaign Liberal Art: and Sciences Alpha Gamma Delta Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Lambda Delta: Athenian Literary Societyg Gold Feathers: Interliterary Council U, 453 Chairman, Dad's Day Tag Committee Bly Chairman, Dad's Day Information Committee 1415 Faculty Finance Committee Uh Social Committee, Woman's League Q31 Honors Day ROBERT HARRINGTON WOGLSEY . . Sycamore Electrical Engineering Scablnard and Blade: Captain, University Brigade JULIUS BIRNEY Womc, Jn ..... Chicago Civil Engineering Armour Institute of Technology 95735 WWW EMJVR X D 2 D 1 1 5 5 D HERMAN LEWIS WORTMAN . . . Shelbyville General Business Phalanx: First Lieutenant, University Brigade NoEL NITHSDALE WRIGHT . . . Summerland, British Columbia. Can. Electrical Engineering Cosmopolitan Club E. E. Society University of British Columbia GLEN YOCKEY ....... Taylorville Architectural Engineering Alpha Rho Chi GEORGE CLAIR YouNG ..... Carterville Mining Engineering Delta Mu Epsilon: Mining Society PAUL W. YOUNG ,..... Springheld Architectural Engineering Theta Alpha A. S. C. E. GEORGE ARTHUR ZARoBsKY . . . Cicero Pharmacy REBECCA ZWICK ...... . Chicago Education Alpha Epsilon Phi g,, Y 'F Ii' ll l I , , 3' RICHARD WELLS WORLD .... Oak Park Electrical Engineering Chi Tau Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu: Concert Band ll. 41 MARIAN SERILDA WRIGHT ...... 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"",'-1 ,Hu !"1"' J 1 mn ,, ..lI.53ff2f?zffefi5grg III W Ll'm!!r:f1b ' lli3h' 1 IIV f " ' , :MV lu, ' TlllIIIW!IIII"I" i 'f 1 V V II i mg mm' ff M" I 1"'5"'!gI Il ' I zz: f,1JW!!Y'!'!'2'If""'v -W. - P- 1 f 'W5fIf!'lfI2'fwrsllflllfgjglfq51 . , w ' 9' aww- qu -I giwillllfliillzmfzvrf w.,..i,, In 5... . N , un ' 55mm":lSlgymgyun 'A" QI Mfif' M "' m Y 'ml' I ' W ri U1 w Wy W' 1 . - ' WMm,H , f ww ' H' aww 1-mix. ., I lk l I 1 Y il '!'I'lluy llIImmUIIIIIQIIYIIIIIIUII Nllllllllllluull ISD - U E X' E THE ILLICD OF i929 RC f X f X A' I 91,1 W! if I J X - if 1 f' Q Ri 5 Q3 A S S ' N I - fy -THE ILLIO OF l929- Founded, University of Illinois, 1914 Junior M en's Honorary Society FACULTY ADVISOR c. c. Lip., Bs. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY M. B. Aldrich H. A. Boling W. T. Cameron E. F. Dorn W. D. Forsyth J. L. Friecll P. A. Gibble H. B. Groh T. C. Hesmer R. L. Jacobs A. E. Jenner F. L. Kirgis F. B. Lanum A. C. Lenz C. E. Mills W. F. Oelman R. B. Orlovich F. B. Stine D. T. Stuessy G. H. Turner W. M. Willerr E. F. Olson H. H. Young Friedl Lenz ' Mills Cameron Willett Forsyth Stine Olson Orlovich Stuessy PM:-E 162 655 Aldrich Jacobs Boling Turner Kirgls I-lcsmer HW ,THE HUG OF I929 TCDRCH Founded, University of Illinois, l925 Junior Women? Honorary Society MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Wilma Koritz Thelma Brandenburg Grace Lockhart Patricia Brennan Neva Bowling Louise Brookings Frances Cassidy Olive Cox Mabel Deere Mary Ann Eidman Myrtle Fahsbender Ruth Fedcler Karma Golden Eleanor Haser Frances Henna Ruth McArthur Dorothy McClure Alice lVlcGinty Alice Oathout Grace Parkhill Eleanor Parmalee Kathryn Rickman Alice Rockenback Doris Scheib Dorothy Scheib Marian Scott Beatrice Sloan Florence Hood Mary Elizabeth Jens Stella Kadyk Ann Solon Marjorie Wilson Sloan Fahsbendcr Hood Wilson Lockhart Jens Fedder Rickman Kadyk I-laser Eidman Brookings D. Scheib McArthur D. Scheib Deere Solon Roclcenback Oathout McGinty Bowling gamard Scott Cox Cassidy Golden 595 PAGE 163 N. A, Glantz W. B. Pierce W. S. Fitzer H. H. Hartung C. H. Miley J. E. Serhant K. L. Schellie W. C. Kurz G. L. Wood J. Ackerman -THE HUG OP 1929 G. M. ACKERMAN III President, Firrl Semester THE CLASS OF 1929 R. T. Saunders H. W. Knoll W. J. Granata R. Hausch Betty Lytle W. G. W. G1.os, Chairman J. R. Locke M. K. Miller F. Kapple Alice McGinty Gwen Walls FACULTY RECEPTION COMMITTEE E. F. SWEARINGEN, Chairman W. L. Julian Hartmann C. H. Stonlaerg ' Cecile Gilroy JUNIOR SMOKER W. JULIAN, Chairman D. C. Teach 1. Economos PAGE 164 Eleanor Haser Ruth Parks Frances Smith Ethel Hull Virginia Crave: Doris Hall Mary Ann Eidman Dorothy Mullen K. W. Culp -THE ILLIO OF IQZQ- W. T. McNeill Cecile Gilroy Dororhy Elliott .l- H. Gilmore E- F. Swearingen S. E. Brondos r----. -I , D. D. CONSIDINE President, Second Semester THE CLASS OF 1929 JUNIOR INFORMAL W. P. AMEnsoN, Chairman Esther Girrler Ann S0l0n Genevieve Sorenson G. E. Riddell SENIOR HAT A. J. Doascr-nan, Chairman W. L- Rowe W. H. Zuydhoelc E. W. Darmstatter E- Best WOMEN'S FACULTY TEA Louisa STILL, Chairman M. Clarke K. E. Moberley A. Landis W. C. Kurz R. E. Baird P. D. Giachini Doris Hall Lucille McGowan Marjorie Stocking Myrtle Fahsbender Margaret Rehm Pl1YlliS Cvlirl Helen Smmo Frances Henng Esther McLaren Carolyn Stuebe ' 4' M' .nz ' PAGE 165 Isadore Uclesky THE ILLIO OF V929 G. E. Baird J. Y. Cutler C. F. Cully G. A. Conwell C. F. Edwards Claire Kelly Elizabeth Kehoe Ruth Nelson J. Raymond Larson Arch S. James F. Clifford Foocir A ' Frederick W. Rutherford as , , , - R. G. OTTESEN President, First Semester s G. A. CONWELL President, Second Semester THE CLASS OF 1930 W. H. Holden M. C. Finnell W. M. Cameron jane Cawest Ruth Franklin SOPHOMORE COTILLION COMMITTEE W. F. JACGBS, Chairman J. Horlock L. C. Daugherty E. C. Hoelscher Mary Roberts L. Frances Williamson SOPHOMORE INFORMAL DANCE COMMITTEE WILLIAM D. LEWIS, Chairman Dorothy Haynes Ruth Glenk Beau Parks Margaret Otis JUNIOR CAP COMMITTEE PHILIP H. KAMMANN, Chairman Marvin D. Thorn Sidney A. Mogul Lawrence C. Daugherty Seeley B. Furby SOPHOMORE SMOKER COMMITTEE WILLIAM A. HEINZE, Chairman Raymond S. Heim Lyman D. Dunn PAGE 166 EDD Dorothy Miller Helen Sawyer Jonques Herman Evelyn Telford J. I. Flannigan Ann Maierhofer William R. Hildeman Stanley M. Perkins L. Allen Watt Morton L. Pinz Frederick D. Broughton Frederick D. Lowry CTHE ILLIG OF V929 President, First Semester Loretta Stutdyvin Virginia Marsh R. S. Starrett Rose Zaslowsky Kathryn Ford Ellinore Carroll Jerome A. Henderson Charles W. Hubbard J. M. Malmburg Hugh F. Owens Kenneth W. Lindsay Chandler H. Parker O. E. DOUD G. F. BUCK TI-IE CLASS OF 1931 FRESI-IMAN FROLIC -COMMITTEE Q PETER OBBRMEYER, Chairman Ruth Rankin G. Bertelsman W. D. Marshall F. S. Meigs FRESHMAN SMOKER COMMITTEE W. L. TILLMAN, Chairman M. A. Burgess F- C- Hartz SPRING DANCE COMMITTEE LA NELLE LAWRENCE, Chairman Mildred McKee Stewart S. Brown Robert W. Farrell Harold H. Bogardus SOPHOMORE CAP COMMITTEE WALTER Knummcx, Chairman Walter B. Booth Frederick C. Hartz Gem-ge J, Pg-gvol Arnold F. Shapiro CAP BURNING COMMITTEE WILLIAM F. Lawns, Chairman Rubel Earling S. Cdllwn Ernest N. Vernon L. Kretchmer P. W- Smith President, Second Semester W. F. Lewis P. B. Livingston R. Farrell W. E. Krumcick J. M. Reasner John R. VanSiclcle Thomas A. Ordotff Richard P. Winter John J. Conlin Malcolm A. Burgess Robert A. Schwarm John L. Sachs M. V. Lisenfeldt S. D. Loeb a s K . PAGE 167 0 , " "" " .' ' 1 -, , , u 2 f.:g:.1:, "ny '.,:p,1gv'w 'N31w--:'A.vmu..:v.wrrg:'j':.:,1.1 ,.,.,.1..A: H, 50' ,ana-.'.w,m1 y-.flsgsnn m m A n,3,',,5 f ,,"51'ff-!m1'ilmlwWv'c7ls2f3'WmW'.'fPfS 1 L5 r' ' ,5 I I .--,-- . ,.., , ,.. I I V C w 1 ' ., i 12 gi '55 . 6 . 4 1 J ,-1 ' 1 fl ,Q , Q ,i 5 ' .2 5 l 2 , as A D x V E. if , , r. 5 Q V z I ,,,,,,. :wr-fv-www-rv Y'-Q .., ,- ? 5 X 1 ' 1' 5 ' . K I 1 ' i 1 4 , t 4 A a 1 N I 4. ' , 1 5 1 A E g e z ' 'F' . 3 Sl- l E 5: . 5 f. 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Some call it a side show, in the excite- ment of which the main tent is forgotten. Through the main tent only, however, can the side show be reached. You do not see its place in the art of education? The latter has many parts. All fit together into a complete and beautiful whole, as the parts of a face. University life cannot be char- acterized with words. We hope that sometime in the dim future some of these pictures will serve to bring memories not entirely unpleasing. In eight or even eighty pages we can repre- Q sent only a few events of the year now being reviewed. THE HUG OF 1929 f XPUS LEA S xx I if THE ILLIO OP I929 rull hm M1 ""u. If ln' I , Nl . - .1' ' lnul"""l I I' umm--num-" II'1I""'iQ":i"""' Dug Pope Don Grimes 'yuh' Chuck Mills Gerry Turner p...!.,..:'.n1I 1:::'7'1h 'ln'-.....-I '1gjj,,,."'l, n' ru.....4--ww' ii5g1,..., L ,4w::I:l ',,1::.,.-anim. 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W omerfs Chairman fathers of the University students into a state of association whose purpose would be the promotion of the welfare of the University in any way it could be of service. The association functions through an executive committee and a general committee. COMMITTEE CI-IAIRMEN PAGE V182 Howe Klintz Huss Thompson Painter Mogul Miller McGinty Lambert Brookings I THE ILLID OP 1929 P. H. Daugherty Ed. Hoelscher Sidney Mogul John McLaughlin Martin Miller W. B. PIERCE D A D ' S D AY DAD'S DAY COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN William Jacobs W. J. Painter W. H. Holden Harold Hartung Stewe Howe Edward Thompson Fred Kapple Margaret Watson Valeria Lambert Alice McGinty COMMITTEE CI-IAIRMEN ESTHER FARRELL Cletis Westall Vera Klintz Rachael Thompson J. W. Huss Louise Brookings Westall Hartung Hvelkhll' Daugherty Holden Thompson Jacobs Wgfson McLaughlin Kapple Qi? PAGE 183 ' THE ILLICD OF 1929 f Tlze R. O. T. C. Does Its Stuff "Au Revoir, '27" PAGE 188 The August pam EW Commencement THE ILLIG OF I929 Try ar1d Count 'Em We Came, We Saw, We Exalted Skirting the Emi' "Maroon, fuer color granam Tito Sclripa e EW GE THE HLIO GF V929 And the Os-ke-non-ton and Tsianna give tfreirs This, slr-li, is a spring celebration ' 635 PAGE 190 Find yourself in this Illiniwelz gives his version The great indoor sport ,THE HUG OP l929e The voice of Public Opinion -- The Freshmen felt that the felt should he burned The start! Freddie Morris and boys Kappa Alpha Theta delights the Dean with carols I-D Q 4-1 'V if 'ee zz "frigg- ,, . PAGE 191 THE HUD OF i929 When you and I were young, Maggie Phi Gamma Delta has a harvest, or maybe we're wrong GE 635 The Chi Beta criminals have a party just graduated- an engineer Sheep to the slaughter The S hip Of Delta Zeta THE ILLIO OF V929 Homecoming Parade wx The Hoboes, Parade for the Edifcation of Alumni The Zetas Fix Up the House a Bi! Olviofv Stadium EW! PA crzl Cl' ,THE HUC OP 1929 Welcome, Alumnig welcome, M iclai gan! One boy made it What was your grandmother? maiden name? The Fourth Estate THE ILLIO OF 1929 The 'Bachelorf Thousands Seek I llios The Doll of the Doll Show At the Urbana Pool Paradise" Try and get one Nada PAGE 195 THE HUG GF i929 '"'Illlll4'MllllllllldwlllllilUIlllHIiHl!llflliwiilllllilllllllNHIlIlll4IIJUlm1JIIllHHlHIlIHMIUNIH I ll"' nh' 1.r L - h ',L 'MM IW L. 'le fn IIHIIMII V VM :Mu H 'H V YI 'xml Nl" 'H W .11 'i I , lil H . ,lf w 'uI'H fp!!ig+f,un1 Wn:sr1:vffII'!' mJlflLH-!- 'HM W num N' 'nil ""' ll I nur ll M M, "ff 1 n HW 'W Whwmm u lvll Ivvllvvvuvll L .,lll i UM UINVIII lI1lllIIl'Wh 11 ' ' Mn 'UIQ HrjJ lHlll!!lHIlHiIIIIIlIIi!IIII5af U ' nf' INNUIUI ll HHN IN!! HH M114 will .....---- THE HMO OF i929 7 , qxxl fx ,W x if C O i E L Hanson, 1928 Interscholastic Manager vs l MSA I THE ILLIO OF 1929, INTERSCHOLASTIC TRACK MEET OUR records fell as Rockford passed up 123 schools to win the thirty-third annual Interscholastic track and field meet which was held during May in the Stadium. Old marks in the mile run, the broad jump, the pole vault, and the javelin throw were all bettered. Other schools scoring after Rockford were: Oak Park, La Grange, Waukegan, Hyde Park, Milford, Taylorville, West Frankfort, Tilden, Belleville, Quincy, and Glenbard. The annual interscholastic: hring the best of Illinois' high school athletes to compete for ' sport honors. From these meets many of the future Illini get their initial conception of Illi- nois. From these meets come the champions and the -vanquished, all lending their aid to the event, and all getting their frst impressions of our institution. 'fb I. A CTHE ILLIO OF I929 H. C. Bear, 1928 Circus Manager INTERSCHOLASTIC CIRCUS EN thousand persons attended the twentieth annual Interscholastic circus held as the final event of two days of entertainment for the high school visitors. Beta Theta Pi won first prize in Class A with its presentation of Uncle Tom's Cabin, Sigma Delta Rho took top honors in Class B with the "Fireman's Ball," and Johnny Duncombe was the prize winner in the individual clown performance. Horner and Sanders were the most successful in the doubles act. Every year the "world's greatest amateur circus" supplements the interscholastic events. At the University the first circus of its kind originated under Carlos 1. Wagner, who year in and year out develops the best perform- ance of its kind in the United States, with the students doing all of the actual work. 7 TOWN PAGE 199 V E I 1 F 1 i fun- ' .41 -qwgxjf -wrmm. ,A . .vm-:1M,,,, ,-,. 3 ,. m,1x,,1 ,h,f,.1.U I-,.:.WA.wm.Y,M. I.,,,,,.,. A 1, um., ,J-,535 . 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The demand for victory has been well satisfied in the past year by the band of Illini athletes and the most superficial observer can have little but praise. It is not, however, "whether they won or lost, but whether they played the game." The men who are represented in the following pages have played the game. Our re- joicing is hence well founded. But a word for the scrubs, whose portion is only hope, on whose playing no curtain rises. Generally, they re- ceive very little in the nature of tangible reward, but "they also serve who only stand and wait." gTHE ILLICD Ol 1929. T IS pleasant to look back on athletic victories, and the review of Illinois athletics which the Illio presents shows that 1927 was an unusually successful year. At its close Illinois was Big Ten champion in football, outdoor track, wrestling, and golf, was tied with Iowa for first place in baseball and held the tennis singles cham- pionship. Considering all conditions, our other teams, I am sure, acquitted themselves admirably. Taking into account the keen competition of the Big Ten, our 1927 record was most exceptional and it must be admitted that we won more than our natural share. This record is a tribute to the ability and purpose of the students who composed these teams and to the knowledge and skill of their coaches. Illinois' tradition has been to stand by its teams, win or lose, and I believe that con- sciousness of this support has inspired our athletes. In some institutions "fire the coach" campaigns by certain alumni have been detrimental not only to their athletics but to inter- collegiate sport in general. It is certain that Illinois will have its lean years. Then, I hope, you who soon will be alumni, will be steadfast as you have been in victory. Zaxgff a ki? PAGE 203 , THE ILHO OF V929 , Grimes Bear F. A. Russell D. R. Grimes M. B. Morse PAGE 204 Russell Kiler Huff Goble Goodenough Reitsch Collins Bush Morse Hanson ATHLETIC COUNCIL FACULTY MEMBERS G. W. Goble G. A. Huff G. A. Goodenough ALUMNI MEMBERS C. A. Kiler STUDENT MEMBERS R. Reitsch C. A. Collins P. R. Bush H. C. Bear E. C. Hanson HE Athletic Council of the University consists of the director of physical welfare, three faculty members, three alumni mem- bers, and the student managers of football, baseball, track, intramural, interscholastic, and circus. The Council deals with the election of managers and cheerleaders, the awarding of Varsity letters, and similar matters. C. BOWEN Ticket Manager .635 gy -THE ILLIQ OF V929 Craig I Dalbeck Sweeney Dorn Orlovich Webster Burdick Abbott Hamlett Horner Blankley Bergstrom Richman Humbert Stine Wolgast Ponzer Andrews McClure Gordon Landon Levin Pau Wietz Fulling Clark Schultz D'Ambrosio Short Minot Crane Timm Clinton Travis Perkins Bard Olson Finn Fairfield Novak Goddard Fulton Hesmer Stuessy Komie D. M. Bullock A. R. Cahn R. F. Dvorak H. L. Gill R. C. Hiedloff G. A. Huff L. Klein D. Abbot: D. H. Andrews R. L. Aron R. E. Bard H. E. Bergstrom W. H. Blankley C. C. Braun L. S. Burdick E. W. Clark E. T. Clinton C. S. Coffel H. W. Craig R. J. Crane L. O. Dalbeck A. D'Ambrosio K. Deimling E. F. Dorn E. E. Duess D. W. Fairfield R. G. Finn C. M. Fish TRIBE OF ILLINI Organization of Varsity Arblezes CFFICERS R. Rsirscu ..,,, ...........,. .....,...... P 1 esident R. G. FINN ...,.. ......... V ice-President H. KINNE ...,. ..... S ecretary-Treasurer H. F. Gonmuzn ...............,.......,.., Sergeant-at-A rm: MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. M. Lindgren C. C. Lipe C. L. Lundgren J. J. Jordan E. J. Manley M. M. Olander P. Prehn F. E. Rokusek J. C. Ruby A. F. Smith G. T. Stafford S. C. Staley MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY A. B. French B. C. Fulling W. J. Fulton R. F. Goddard L. J. Gordon L. Grable G. A. Grange R. C. Greene H. B. Groh N. H. Gundlach H. K. Hale R. T. Hamlett T. C. Hesmer G. L. Horner F. Humbert W. Jolley H. L. Kinne C. W. Kneesi D. Komie J. Komm Val? Q J. Kusinski R. H. Landon H. B. Levin F. H. Lindsay D. R. Lyon W. McClure E. McElwee L. M. Marriner D. R. Mills G. O. Minot M. H. Mitterwallner L. W. Muegge E. F. Nelson E. Nickol J. Novak A. J. Nowaclc T. F. O'Connell E. Olson R. B. Orlovich E. A. Paul P. J. Stewart W. Shumway C. M. Voyles C. J. Wagner W. S. Wilson R. C. Zuppke A. Peltzer C. Perkins H. S. Ponzer R. Reitsch H. E. Richman E. T. Rodriguez J. W. Royer E. W. Schultz W. E. Short F. L. Stine F. L. Srellner J. R. Stewart D. T. Stuessy I. Sweeney J. A. Timm A. Travis A. H. Vondenbosch F. H. Walker H. R. White L. Wietz A. E. Wolgast PAGE 205 ,THE ILLIO OF l929. VICTORIOUS ILLINI HREE championships and a tie for a fourth during the 1927-1928 conference . season havelbeen the rewards sought and found by the University of Illinois athletic teams. Coach Robert C. Zupplce toolc a squad, composed largely of sophomores and juniors, and molded another championship eleven for Illinois. The 1927 title gives him a record of four Big Ten titles and a tie for two others. To win this honor Illinois successfully met Northwestern, Michigan, Iowa, Chicago, and Ohio State. Coach Zupplce used a large squad of players and never played less than 22 men in conference games. When the season ended 28 men were awarded major "Ps" and gold footballs. Wrestling titles for Illinois no longer are novel and unusual. For nine years Paul Prehn has coached Illinois wrestlers, and in seven of those years he has successfully coached a conference title winner. The last annexed made it five straight, and the last two have been won by defeating Michigan in the final match of the season. The year 1904 was an eventful one for Illinoisg for that year Coach I-Iarry Gill assumed his duties as track coach. Since that time Gill's teams have won the confer- Q 'I -, ., A . Ms 1 H J' I l li V . , V Y ', I . f' f Q ,137 7' if-, -', . . f 1 l Kunstad AGE 206 gg? ,THE HUC OF I929- 6 VICTORICDUS ILLINI ence outdoor track meet nine times and the indoor meet eight. The eighth time came on March 10 at Iowa City. Illinois won that meet by a five-point margin over Iowa, its nearest opponent, and displayed the usual skill of the Gill-coached teams. By winning its fifth straight conference game, the Illinois water polo team tied for the Big Ten title with Northwestern and finished with a record of four wins and no defeats. The victories brought the total number of conference wins under Coach Ed Manley to 15, with only one defeat on record-that which Chicago dealt the Illini last year. Other sports have fared well this season. The cross country runners finished sec- ond, the fencers second, the gymnasts third, the swimmers gained a tie for fourth in the Big Ten meet, and the soccer team finished with a victory over Iowa and a loss to Ohio State for a .500 mark. Considering the spring sports which the 1928 ILLIO could not cover, there is the outdoor track championship, the tie for baseball championship, the golf title, the tennis singles title, second in the tennis doubles, and second in tennis by the con- ference dual meet ranking. P+ I. Kusinski pm iii! GE 2 ,THE HUG OF I929 A-X PAGE 208 -"".i?f""f ':r, ,- - "" N-aa., .13 's'.p.:1W"' ' it , I,-I? nv?" gi 551 i I n ffl .t 5 , ,5 H 'D fi N. R. MILLER' Varsily Cheerleader CHEERLEADERS EALIZING that it is only a minor part of the cheerleader's job to keep the crowds yelling during athletic contests, and that proper leadership may sway thousands to a show of good sportsmanship in either defeat or vic- tory, the athletic council selects the varsity cheerleader from competition. Upon the cheerleader's tact, perform- ance, understanding of crowd and player psychology, and his organization of the junior and sophomore leaders under him, largely depends the Uni- versity's reputation for true sportsman- ship as manifested in the reaction of the spectators, individually and as a whole. JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS Harper McNeill Blank M ,THE ILLIO OF 1929 a Ifr ,.,4 le U 1.'1.iu.ifk ' W' 'W- DORAN T. RUE ORAN T., "Spike," Rue was the 1927 winner of the conference medal for athletic and scholastic proficiency, awarded last June. Rue was a reliable point-getter in the distance events for Conch Harry Gill for three years. I-Ie was captain of the track team in his last year and a member of the national championship four-mile re- lay team. In addition, "Spike" maintained a scho- lastic average above 4 point throughout his University career. THE CONFERENCE MEDAL ATHLETIC TROPHIES MCGINNIS MEMORIAL TROPHY Presented in memory of Gor- ' don McGinnis to the winner of the four-mile relay at the Illinois Relay Carnival. lr Ui". A A ', .L 5 MIKE MASON TROPHY This historic trophy is awarded every year to the winner of the four-mile relay at the Illinois Relay Carnival. Illinois has won this event for four years and now has permanent possession of the trophy. JACK RISSMAN TROPHY Presented by Mr. Rissman to that Big Ten football team ranking highest according to the Dickinson Rating System. WESTERN CONFERENCE OUTDOOR TRACK TROPHY Awarded to the Big Ten traclc team scor- ,L 1 ing the most x points in the an- It nual conference -. me track meet. l ILLIBUCK II Fought for by Illini and Buck- eyes on the football field. Illinois' defeat of Ohio brought Illibuclc back to the campus. PAGE 209 Zupp lnslills a Liule Pep THE ILLIO OF l929n Over the Top Dan Lyon, Consis- tent Point Winner With the Sho! rf B GFZ - THE HUG OF i929 I X RAR I r I X , ' . fl I' f- f I 1 I ' A' Af X I 1 1 if 1 . 4 ' xy fl' . 1 fr' K f f f f ,ff lr! ,Q ff , f X X if ff xx- XX F X Q T 5 A L xx QX , X, X xl My F, Lj' ,THE ILLICD OF I929 ' R. cp ZUPPKE VARSITY F0 OTBALL COACHING STAFF SEASON 1927 OACH Bob Zuppke surprised the Big Ten H and most of the Illinois partisans by bring- rff V V ing home the championship in 1927. Pre-season f' ,gi - "dope" indicated that Illinois would have a fair Q iw I' football teamg however, those who assigned Illinois ' to fifth or sixth place in the final conference standing reckoned without Coach Zuppke. The team was made up almost entirely of sophomores and lacked individual stars. Five conference vic- tories were gained on five consecutive week-ends. With a majority of the team returning to the field next fall and a wealth of new sophomore material, Illinois can look forward to another successful season. l 7 1 Klein Rokusek Zuppke Olander Lindgren VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Stuessy Assistant Coaches Rokusek, Klein, Olander Bullock, Tainer Grimes, Manager Coach Zuppke Burdick Grable Martine: Gordon Jolley D'Amlarozio Richman Wolgast Nelson Mitterwallncr Nowack Timm Grange Mills Stewart Short Wietz Humbert Deimling Crane Walker Perkins Captain Reitsch French Muegge McClure Schultz In-N 4' km! Team Illinois ..,.. Minnesota .. Michigan . . . Chicago .... Purdue ..... Northwestern Ohio State . . Indiana .... Iowa . ...... Wisconsin . . Illinois .... Minnesota . Michigan .. Chicago .... Purdue .,.. ,Northwestern Ohio State. . Indiana .... Iowa ...... Wisconsin . . STHE ILLIO OF V929 4115-5?3L,. .- 4 , 221 ii. - u l ' 'T'fILT,.."'flE1'J.TUrl:..J'iI'.',.wZw.v..z.3 V' 1--. ,us D. R. GRIMES Manager VARSITY FO OTBALL FINAL CONFERENCE STANDING FRESI-IMAN COACHES Won Lost Tied Percentage 5 0 0 1.000 , .... 3 0 1 1.000 . . , . 3 z 0 .soo . . . . 3 3 0 .300 ,i . . ..,. z z o .soo i ., . .... z 3 0 .400 7..- . . . .... z 3 0 .400 ,Q . . , . 1 2 1 .333 . , .... 1 4 0 .200 0 200 . . ..... 1 4 . W. L. T. T.P. O.P . . . . . 5 0 0 63 12 . . . . . 3 0 1 78 28 , . . 3 2 0 56 27 . . . 3 3 0 45 48 . . . . . 2 2 0 51 31 . . . . . , 2 3 0 50 56 . . . . . 2 3 0 39 66 ' - ' 1 2 1 38 55 Sogolow Winters Lipe Wilson Von Lehsten Voylcs . . . 1 4 0 22 77 . . . . . l 4 0 19 61 FRESHMAN VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Grimes, MSNBC! Lucke Muhl Jokinen Unisccus Voyles, Conch Winters, Coach Von Lehsten, Coach Harold Wiese Bullette Martin Snyder Clements Rowe Wilson, Coach Hills Odell Moloney Megan Ehlert Boclman Wham Lynam Schumaker Biclnirh Chattin Jameson Van Schaack Conover Hummer Multin Mesenbrink KN 4' PAGE 213 THE ILLIO Oi l929O Thompson Mcc rs Rose Blankc Blaynry Louis W Brown Withercll Eaton Seger Hel fr ck SOPI-IOMORE FOOTBALL MANAGERS RECORD Illinois 19 ,..............,. , .... Bradley 0 Illinois .,..,.., Butler 0 Illinois ..,. Iowa State 12 Illinois ,..., Northwestern 6 Illinois ...... Michigan 0 Illinois ....... Iowa 0 Illinois . . . Chicago 6 Illinois .... Ohio 0 H. H. Young F L 3 .IUfli07 Mdfldgtf junior Manager FRESI-IMAN MINOR VARSITY SQUAD Gill Stern Huber Fruin Schwcnk Simpson Haney Mowat Reese GE2 DSA QT Ambler Walter Hanafin Novak Irwin Forsb rg P rry THE ILLID Ol? 1929 Jud Timm Russ Crane VARSITY FO OTBALL LTI-IOUGI-I playing on a "starless', championship con- ference football eleven where individual honors were neither sought nor individual stars wanted, the Illinois players received their share of all-star selections at the close of the season with Russ Crane attaining the pinnacle as a guard on Grantland Rice's all-American selections. The choice of Crane made him the sixth Illini football player to receive recognition from the Camp-Rice combination which has long been famous for its pick of America's outstanding foot- ball players. Captain Robert Reitsch, Captain-elect Burch Nowack, and Judson Timm were other Illini receiving mention on many of the all-star selections. Reitsch played center for the Illinois eleven, but even more, from his personality and leadership emanated the spirit that Bob Reitsch carried the Zupmen into another championship. Reitsch was one of the greatest captains to pilot an Illinois team in recent years and his work in the center of the line was superior to that of any other opponent faced during the entire season. Nowack was practically a unanimous choice for a tackle berth on conference all-star selections. He was named in a pick of the Big Ten made for the Associated Pressg he was chosen by Walter Eckersall, Big Ten official, and by another conference authority, Fred Young. Timm was given a halfback berth on Eckersallls all-conference choice and on Young's Big Ten selections. Like Nowack, Reitsch, and Crane, the fast, elusive halfback received many other honor- able mentions and commendations due him for his irresistible driving power in the backfleld. Nowack, Timm, and Crane will be back next year. ' v fl I ' if v Burch Nowack 633 PAGE 215 THE ILLIO OF V929 v 1 ---' IF M A- "-"" -"Lf ffm- K WH 5 'R ,fs , 'Jin . , , cp -: ra 3, t .. I New -I . ., H -. 4 N if ' ',f',KQiQi'iiff, mlm: 9' 359 , ff i I KY 'I Ive- ' 1 is L ',, E, gym I, g an V H f X , ' f fu 1 Q 1-g-l We lgasc - .1 .., Ss'-. -yy STEWART STARTS AROUND END ILLINOIS 199 BRADLEY O LAYING in a steady downpour of rain, the Illi- nois football team opened the 1927 season with a 19 to 0 victory over Bradley. One of the luminaries uncovered by Coach Robert Zupplce in using Sophomores was Fritz Humbert. Humbert, inserted at fullback during the latter part of the first quarter, inspired an Illinois team that had been battling with its opponents on even terms. Frequent fumbling marred the Jolley , ,I '-' . v "l l play in the second quarter. At the opening of the second half, Zupplce sent in nine new players and another scoring drive, piloted by Blair French, began. At the end of the quarter the Illini were leading, 13 to 0. In the middle of the last quarter, Dwight Stuessy replaced French at quarterback and a third Illinois drive started, the score mount- ing finally to 19 for Illinois and 0 for Bradley. HUMBERT BREAKS THROUGH LINE - PAGE 216 rss EW THE ILLIO OF 1929 . in... TIMM ADDS 30 YARDS AGAINST BUTLER ILLINOIS 58, BUTLER O D'A""'f"si" 01 , It RILLIANT end runs, A J long and short for- ward passes, line plunges, and a recovered fumble that was converted into a score, gave the punch to a galloping Illinois eleven in the second non-confer- ence game of the season when Potsy Clark's football team suf- fered a 58-0 drubbing. "Gaga" Mills, Frank Walker, and "Tom Mix" Nickol skirted the Butler ends and pounded off tackle in such a machine-like precision that the largest score made by an Illinois football team in recent years was made with apparent ease. Jud Timm and Art D'Ambrosio added their share of ball carrying to the Illini attack, while French and Stuessy hurled passes to Illinois receivers to vary the attack which shattered the invading eleven. Nickol, Mills, and Walker each scored two touchdowns, while Timm, Stewart, and Wolgast scored one apiece. - MILLS INTERCEPTS BUTLER PASS L Eli! PAGE 217 I Q, lv I3 THE ILLICD OF I929 f Ssaxilft-L':J.kE4?3BIEY KDQMX!Zii. '.' - L. . x . Ei 1 'G V1 fi ii ,LY AMES ATTEMPTED PLACE KICK FAILS ILLINOIS 12, IOWA STATE 12 OWA State next invaded Memorial H b Stadium, fought a determined battle, um an and gained a 12-12 tie with Bob Zupplce's proteges. A long run on the opening kick-off and a sustained drive of 80 yards in the third period gave the Ames eleven two touchdowns andenough points to tie the Zupmen. Miller returned the lciclc-off 70 yards to the Illinois 11-yard line. Three plays were suflicient to put the ball behind the Illini goal line. Then the startled Illini found time to tie the score at 6-6 when Jud Timm raced around his own left end for a touch- down. Timm carried the ball over the line for the second Illinois touchdown in the same period. In the third quarter Lindblom and Hill crashed the Illinois line for a touchdown, again tying the score. Captain Bob Reitsch blocked the try for extra point and saved defeat. MILLS CUTS BACK FOR 15-YARD GAIN G15 2 Q35 V QT .THE IILIO OF V929 ', iff?-. ' 1 -"' - gifs' ,Jr -,,:-1. .4 . v. ' Stewart uzaarfi ' 8 ng' f ILLINOIS 7, NORTHWESTERN 6 LLINOIS opened its conference season against Northwestern, fought stubbornly the highly touted Purple eleven, allowed its own goal line to be crossed early in the second quarter, and then came back in the same period with a touchdown and extra point to win an upset, 7-6. Northwestern was the first to score when Tiny Lewis carried lu -4, 7' 4 Iii'-'R-'igfs it gp" 4. . WALKER DASHES zs YARDS AROUND RIGHT END 'gn , . . '. f .MSL 4' ii: :iyvC,g" '-.il "' xiii 91 wy- lir "fl Perkins the ball over in the opening of the second quarter. Later in the same period, a pass, Stuessy to Jolley, brought a touchdown, and Butch Nowack gave Illinois the margin between a tie and victory by booting the pigskin straight and true for the extra point The strong Illinois line held the entire second half while the Wildcats rammed time after time at the forward wall. In the closing minutes the Purple team attempted a wild forward pass attack, but the Illini broke it up repeatedly. D'AMBROSIO HITS CHICAGO LINE FOR 12 YARDS pam .KW I I I N kg.-7' Grable PAGE 219 THE ILLIO OF I929 QA' Q' ,H , I if IDAHO FLASH FINDS OPENING FOR TOUCHDOWN ILLINOIS 149 MICHIGAN O S' uess Y IFTY thousand Homecoming fans turned out to see our old rival, Michigan, go down before our eleven in a 14 to 0 defeat. In the first quarter Garland Grange swooped down on a fumbled punt on Michigan's eight-yard line. From there Timm crossed the goal line to score six points. Nowack kicked goal. In the third quarter Russ Crane added insult to insult by blocking a punt coming off of Miller's toe. The ball flew into the air toward the Illinois goal and Schultz landed on top for a second touchdown. Nowack again kicked goal. It was all Illinois' game from the start. Gaining 213 yards to 145, making eight first downs to five, and scoring 14 points to none, the victory proved the strength of the Illinois football GE O ITHE ILLIO OF 1929 .-3i,x.' .:, 'V- W MILLS STARTS THROUGH TACKLE ILLINOIS 145 Nelson I OVJA O WITCHING from an open air attack to the line plunging and end running game, the Illinois football squad won its third Big Ten game from the Hawkeyes by a score of 14 to 0. Art D'Ambrosio, playing his first conference game at full- back, pounded the Hawkeye line for frequent gains, and his successor, Fritz Humbert, scored the first touchdown on a plunge through the line. Early in the second half the Illini gained pos- session of the ball and Walker carried it for another touchdown. The Iowa defeat proved again that Illinois was a serious con- 'W . L. F , .V 31, ,f w . H4 f ... .. Mills tender for the conference championship. Coach Burt Ingwerson of Iowa, former Illinois football star, placed a strong Hawkeye eleven on the field. The game was played before a Homecoming crowd of 30,000, and Illinois' success ruined the day for the Iowans. TACKLERS CLOSE IN ON TIMM M uegge rf l 'QW PAGE 221 THE ILLIQ OF i929 STUESSY PASSES TO GRANGE X ILLINOIS 15 yy CHICAGO 6 5 I-IICAGO was the fourth Gum Big Ten victim to fall before the Illini. The interfer- ence, and the defensive and offensive play of the Illini baffled the Maroons and kept the Zupmen in complete command of the game all the way. Anderson of Chicago started the Illini on the road to victory early in the contest when he failed to catch a pass from center and was forced to recover behind his own goal. In the second quarter Frankie Walker skirted the Chicago left end for the first touchdown of the game. In the last quarter two forward passes, Stuessy to Timm, netted 27 yards, and Walker dashed around right end for the final Illinois score. The Maroons utilized the lateral pass in the fourth quarter to score from the nine-yard line after Humbert fumbled and Greenbaum recovered for Chicago. WOLGAST GRABS PASS FOR SHORT GAIN IGB .THE ILLIO OF IQZQ McClure ILLINOIS 13, OHIO I-IE defeat of the Ohio State football team, 13 to 0, gave Illinois the Conference Championship. Ohio's line-up fought bitterly against the invading Illini, and time after time threat- ened to cross the Illinois goal, losing their closest chance to score when Rowan fumbled on the one-foot line and Nowack recovered. Early in the second quarter Stuessy hurled the ball to Hum- bert on the fourth down with four to go and the fullback raced over the goal line. Butch Nowack missed the try for the goal. Bill Short started the Illini on the road to their second score gf Walker by returning Raskowskiis kickoff at the opening of the second half. Timm later carried the ball 25 yards for a second touch- down. Nowack re-entered the game and kicked goal. The champion-bent Illinois eleven was not to he stopped. Ohio's forward passing attack failed to pierce Illinois' secondary defense, and the Zuppmen marched off the field Big Ten con- ference champions. HUMBERT TAKES PASS FROM STUESSY Mitterwallncr 'QW PAGE 223 THE ILL ICD OF 1929 Illibuck returns to Illinois Reitsclv C? Rouse 695 i PAGE 224 Q Let's give 'em a big :end-off THE HUG OF i929 B KE BA L XXX I I CRAIG RUBY C oaclv C. C. LIPE Frexlvman Coach ITHE ILLIG OF V929 VARS I TY BAS K E T BALL ROSPECTS for a good basketball season were bright when Coach Craig Ruby issued his first call of the season. Four lettermen from the 1927 squad returned. Swede Olson, Ernie Dorn, Royner Greene, and Frosty Lindsay were on hand. Kes Deimling, a letterman from the 1926 team, was baclc again, and Johnny I-low was available for the Hrst time. Players from a good freshman squad the year before were also counted upon to aid in a Big Ten title race. But pre-season estimates of the power which the Illinois basketball team might gain during the season were too opti- mistic, as was shown by the team itself when the campaign got under way. The two victories over Knox and Bradley proved that Illinois had possibilities. The trip to the University of Washington brought out some of the finer points of quality, and prepared Illinois for a dismal season in conference bas- lcetball. The Purdue defeat was a disappointment to many Illinois fans, but it was a loss to a superior team. Then laclc of proper judgment by some of the less experienced players cost Illinois its second game at Iowa. Determination won for the Illini in the third game with Wisconsin when Johnny How dropped the ball through the basket as the game ended. The Indiana team added another defeat when the Rubymen traveled to Bloom- ington for the final game of the first semester. I l Bullock, Trainer Solyom Drew Cann Jones, Mgr. Ruby, Coach Dorn Dcimling Mills How Lipe, Asst. Coach PAGE 226 Q35 JHE ILLIO OF 1929 VARS ITY BASKETBALL EMESTER examinations took two regulars and a few sub- stitutes out of the game at the beginning of the second semester. Added to the loss of Captain Swede Olson and Frosty Lindsay, came the withdrawal of Bill Short because of illness. A new team was built "over night" which whipped Northwestern, but the pace was too fast and the team con- tinued in its losing ways for the next few games. Wisconsin ended the disastrous season by defeating Illinois on its home floor. Cann and Bunn are the only men lost by graduation for next season. Indiana ........ 10 Z .833 Purdue . ...,. 10 Z .833 Chicago . . Iowa ..... ..5 7. 9 . Wisconsin . 9 3 .750 Ohio State ...,. . 3 9 . Northwestern . . . 9 3 .750 Illinois . . . . . 2 10 Michigan ...-.' - 7 5 .583 Minnesota .. .. 2 10 WH 'l! ' 1 wi . 5. gfi is I, "' 'Z S. D. JONES Manager OLSON Captain Evans Harper Haman Ruh Groves Muhl C0251 UPC Allen Thornhuri' Fox Wahm Fouts Tcwksbury Vance Green Baker Chadscy Doolen May Lair Bass fx M .LJ l...-11 PAGE 227 U A if 5 .THE ILLIO OF IQZQ- VARS ITY BAS KETBALL BASKETBALL opened for Illinois with a 22 to 18 victory in the New Gymnasium. Coach Craig Ruby used How and Olson, forwards, Dorn, center, and Mills and Solyom, guards. Johnny How turned loose in the second non-conference tilt and scored seven field goals and one free throw against Bradley. Illinois won, 42 to 35. Then Illinois' basketball team undertook the longest trip west ever attempted by a conference quintet. The trip was a pleasure for the eleven team members, but proved disastrous in the games won and lost and had a lasting effect upon the playing of the team throughout the entire Big Ten season. The style of basketball and the oflicials on the West Coast were unlike any others seen by Illinois, and in its first game, which was a part of the dedicatory services for the new University of Wash- ington S600,000 field house, the Huskies emerged with a 34 to 23 victory. In the second game Illinois won its only victory of the Western trip. Captain Swede Olson and Doug Mills found things to their liking and each scored four field goals, while Swede added two free throws to his total. Washington won the third and final game of the contest, al- though Mills continued his expert basket shooting and sank four Held goals. The Huskies won the game and the series by a 32 to 26 verdict. C Dorn 635 L PAGE 228 THE ILLIG Ol? 1929i VARSITY BASKETBALL URDUE, later crowned co-champion of the Big Ten, was the opponent the night of the opening conference game for Illinois. For three quarters the two teams fought on an equal basis. The Illini faltered early in fourth quarter, Purdue pushed ahead, and then stalled the last few minutes of play. Inability to keep Murphy, tall Purdue center, from scoring cost the game. He scored 14 of the 30 points made by his team. Mills was successful four times in shooting from the Hoor and was the only Illinois player scoring more than a pair of field goals. Early in the third quarter of the second conference game with Iowa the Illini were holding a 25 to 18 advantage over the Hawk- eyes, but the margin was not large enough and the home team gradually closed the gap. Johnny I-Iow was the hero of the first Illinois victory in the 1928 conference season. Johnny sent the ball through the hoop as the sound of the gun ended the game and the basket switched the victory from Wisconsin to Illinois. The final score stood: Illinois, 34, Wisconsin, 33. Indiana proved to be the third stumbling block in the way, and the Hoosiers, playing on their home floor, handed Illinois a 44 to 29 drubbing. While the first team was losing to Indiana the Illinois seconds, playing for their only time, lost to Loyola, 27 to 12. Drew E34 Dcimling w 'ff I I2 Q I XX VQQANUISE iw Gamble PAGE 229 , is , 11.1, Mills THE ILLIQ OF 1929 VARSITY BAS K E T BALL Q X NEW and inspired Illinois team, minus the services of its captain, Swede Olson, Frosty Lindsay, and Bill Short, opened the second semester play by upsetting an invading Northwestern quintet by a 32 to 20 score. How, Cann, Solyom, Mills, and Deimling tool: the floor against the Wildcats and won. Mills con- tributed six field goals for high scoring honors, but was closely pressed by Johnny I-Iow, who sank five. These two high scorers, however, were greatly aided by the rest of the team, especially the giant guard, Deimling, who was playing despite illness which forced him to enter a hospital immediately after the game. Northwestern was in the lead only once, which was early in the game, and then held a 6 to 5 advantage. The rest of the way it was all Illinois. After holding Purdue to no field goals in the first 15 minutes of play. the Illinois defense crumbled and the Boilermakers ran wild for a 40 to 14 victory. The sinking of free throws, 14 out of 16 tries, while the Illini were missing 12 out of 16, proved the difference in calibre of the two teams. Against Chicago in the next Big Ten tilt the Illini went to pieces and allowed the Maroons to established a season's record for high scoring in the conference race. The Maroons doubled the score in their 52 to 26 victory. Iowa attained revenge for the Illinois victory on the Hawkeye floor by defeating the Rubymen in the return game, 41 to 27. 5. Edwards Olson I-'35 PAGE 230 ,THE ILLIO OF 1929 VARSITY BASKETBALL UANTITY proved no asset to Illinois in its second game with Northwestern, and in spite of frequent substitutions by Coach Ruby in an attempt to stop the Wildcats, the Illini lost once more, 39 to 31. A free throw decided Illinois' next defeat. Twice in the closing minutes of play did the Illini tie the Maroons, but a free throw by Changnon in the last minute of play won for Chicago its second triumph, 19 to 18. Mills and How again led the Illinois scoring. Ernie Dorn, kept on the sidelines for his lack of scoring ability through most of the season, led a fighting Illini team against Indi- ana. Dorn scored more than half the points that enabled Illinois to tie the Hoosiers when the game ended, although Indiana became the victor in the overtime play by a 27 to 23 score. Dorn made three field goals and made good seven times from the free throw line. Illinois resorted to a delayed offense and kept the Indiana team worried all of the way. I-Iad not Dale Wells chosen that game to score five long field goals the tale might be different. Illinois submitted to the final defeat of the season when Wiscon- sin played the Illini in the New Gymnasium. The Badgers evened the count with that victory and led the Illini all of the way for a 32 to 22 verdict. Solyom .aan EW PAGE 231 Sly dLdsa u A fler Defeat THE HMO OF I929 as 1 THE IHIO OF i929 T Q a it E1 1 VM... ng H. L. GILL Coach C. Werner Freshman Coach :THE IILIO OF I929 VARSITY TRACK Season 1927 LLINOIS sprung another surprise in the 1927 outdoor track meet and Coach Harry Gill's squad won another title, although fifth in the indoor event was the best it could do. Starting the 1928 indoor season the Illini defeated Notre Dame and Iowa, then took the Big Ten meet at Iowa City. 'Prominent throughout the 1927 season was Illi- nois' four-mile relay team of Fairfield, McElwee, Sittig, and Rue. The team met and defeated every outstanding opponent in the country and came within five seconds of equalling the national inter- collegiate record at the Rice relays. Johnny Sittig enjoyed a splendid season, both as a member of the four-mile relay team and as a half-mile runner, the best Illinois has seen for years. Dan Lyon continued his earned wins in the shot put and lost the Big Ten title only after he had broken the record in the meet. Earl White broke the pole vault record at the Rice relays by clearing the bar at a height of 13 feet 3M inches. VARSITY TRACK TEAM Ponzer Lyon jcsscn Miller Courtcr Stine Bllnning Hall Berthold Nickel Parrish Dancy Bergstrom Peters Murchison Hollingsworth Chambers C hj h s Coach Gill Royer McKeevcr Meislahn Kaufmann Hamlet: Orlovich Brandon Taft M n g Th Shively Fairfield Sittig Captain Rue McElwce Novak Simon White FN 4' Mba! PAGE 234 THE ILLIQ OP 1929 VARSITY TRACK Conference Outdoor Meet-1927 Iliinois .......... ' ..........,...,..,......,....... 46 Michigan ..... .... 4 4 1f3 Wisconsin ..,. ..,. 3 5 1f2 Iowa ....... ..., 3 5 Ohio State . . . . . . .22 Northwestern . . . . . . .19 Indiana ...... .... 1 7 Minnesota .... ,... 1 1 Us P' R' BUSH Chicago . . . .... 9 1f2 Manager Purdue .. 1f3 Conference Indoor M eet-1927 Wisconsin ,...,,,.,...,,........,..,....... .... 2 8 Ohio State .... .... 1 8 Iowa ....... .,.. 1 4 Michigan ....12 V Illinois ..... .... 1 1 Chicago ,..... .... 9 1X2 Northwestern . . . . , . 9 Minnesota . . . . . . 6 Purdue... ,...1 Outdoor Scoring-1927 Iliinois, 863 Notre Dame, 40. Lenz Zena Illinois, 635 Michigan, 72. junior Managn, Illinois, 719 Iowa, 64. FRESI-IMAN TRACK IFEAM MY!!! Done Bunney Miller Johnson Coombe Burdick Mooneyham Hu ndley Fair-lie Wood McDermot Byrne Rodgers Coach Johnson Watson Harper Cullison Conlin Wilson Parker Schneeman I-'DE PAGE 235 Fl! '-1. I jx, ., , 1- 'i x r i, I I -rf ,f 4 McElwee ,THE ILLIG CDF V929 TRACK The 1927 Record ICTORIES in two dual meets and fifth in the Big Ten indoor meet were the achievements of the Illinois track team in the 1927 indoor sea- son. With Iowa and Illinois as favorites to win the indoor conference meet, Wisconsin sneaked ahead and won through the efforts of McGinnis, who took first place in the 60-yard high hurdles, the pole vaults, and the high jump. "Spike" Rue scored second in the mile run, Earl White tied with two others in the pole vault for second place, and Dan Lyon won first in the shot put with a heave of 47 feet, 3 inches. In the first dual meet of the indoor season Coach Harry Gill's team defeated Notre Dame in South Bend, 561f3 to 38 2f3. Johnny Sittig led the way with flrsts in the quarter- and half-mile runs. Other Illini leading the field in their events were: McElwee in the mile run, Lyon in the shot put, Wachowski in the high jump, Simon in the broad jump, McKeever, who tied in the high hurdles with an Irish hurdler, and Earl White, who tied with Bov of Notre Dame. FOUR-MILE RELAY TEAM-NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Q .I Ii . hi, mg, if . fl V 1 . vs f , 'sf A- lat' Ii i Stine PAGE 236 Sittig McElwee pm EW THE ILLICD OF 1929 CO tO' W , l X-x I chowsk TRACK The 1927 Record GAINST Iowa in the only conference indoor dual meet, Illinois won, 55 1f3 to 48 2f3. Johnny Sittig, racing against Cuhel of Iowa on the last lap of the mile relay, clinched the victory when he outstepped the Hawkeye on the straight- away. Sittig had been given a two-yard lead by Bo Orlovich at the exchange of batons. Illinois took three places in the 880-yard run and in the broad jump. Dan Lyon and Joe Simon established new Illinois records in the shot put and broad jump. Conference Indoor Meel-1928 Illinois . ......... .... ...,.............,. 3 1 Iowa ..... . . .27 Wisconsin . 8 Northwestern . 8 Michigan ,.,. . 7 1fZ Indiana ..... . 7 Ohio State . . . . 7 Purdue .... . 6 lfZ Chicago .. . 6112 Minnesota .......,,.. . . . .... , 1 112 Illinois, 76g 1928 Indoor Scoring Notre Dame, 19. Illinois, 55 U25 Iowa, 48 1f2. SOPHOMORE MANAGERS la fel if N! Lan don Ebcrsbac cr einer h D Babcock BISON iris cnsen oni an Volllxorn 8 g Sc I- CI r B d P I F k t T horn V 011 Ll Mm cic er ux I-D PAGE 237 -sq THE ILLIO OF 1929 If . - -INN' ' '1 E" 1 pi.: ly I l ' T ' ., ...kr 'fi krx,,1 ' .H T I". I Egg ' 3, ,N Q i- . X 'V NR 1 sp. ,Ni 1 . ff- . ff , f -'- Q, .W-FBFUSQ 's-1 15:54 .la ,5.,"' Orlovich Panzer ONORS were first sought by the Illini track team in the 1927 outdoor season at the Texas and Rice relays. In both meets the Illini upheld the traditional Illini honor, including the breaking of two records at the Texas meet, and three the following day at the Rice relays. Joe Simon and Dan Lyon set the new marks at the Texas meet. Simon leaped 23 feet, 8 3f 4 inches in the running broad jump, while Lyon heaved the shot 47 feet, 1 1f2 inches. The Illinois four-mile relay team had little difficulty in winning from Oklahoma and Rice in 18:30.3. One day later came the Rice Institute relays and three more records fell before Illinois athletes. Earl White ,cleared the bar in the pole vault at 13 feet, 31f2 inches to break the mark established by Dean Brownell in 1924. Fairfield, McEl- wee, Sittig, and Rue raced to a new record in the 4-mile relay in 17:50, only five seconds slower than the national record. The mile relay team of Nickol, Sittig, I-Iamlett, and Orlovich finished ahead of the field in 3:22. Dan Lyon continued his performances with a heave of 46 feet, 1 inch. iffffz . 35' 1 -. .g,U,4.' f ILLINOIS HURDLERS LEAD FIELD N 695 Ei! TTHE ILLICD OF 1929 1 f 5 I ,,- -. ' NN l f x f tl - f n 'still 1-AQ.. ii it - ISS' . I N f , 1 .V 7 4, ,J V23 , - . , J 1, . aaa 'K A" rf ' yi' 'A 3 l Q , ! ' I , . 5 " 4. ,ff 'li 'f' W 'W ' 'wifi 1- ,' N A-.1'.,,, . ' ' ' V . Meislahn Simon Peters ITI-I part of the Illinois track squad competing at the Kansas relays and part at Ohio, Coach Harry Gill's men took the major honors at the Lawrence meet and placed well in the event held at Columbus. In the Kansas relays the Illinois four-mile team of Sittig, Farifield, McElwee, and Rue won permanent possession of the Rowland challenge trophy for Illinois by winning in 18:O8.4. Earl White won first in the pole vault event, and Dan Lyon added another win in the shot put. Ar the Ohio meet Simon won first in the hop, step, and jump, and took second in the broad jump. Art Meislahn placed second in the hop, step, and jump, and third in the broad jump. The medley team of Nickol, Courter, Ponzer, and Stine finished second, and the mile relay team ended in third place behind Michigan State and Indiana. On April 30 the Illinois four-mile team of Rue, Sittig, McElwee, and Fairfield won the national championship. Run- ning in rain and on a water-soaked track the Illini won from the stellar Penn State team in 18:28. On the same day other Illinois track men were competing at the Drake relays. Simon and Lyon took the only Illinois firsts. Courter tf' LEE, PETERS SCORE FOR ILLINOIS . I 695 ,THE ILHCD OP 1929 'Rf 'S' , .J ' K W- J 'N N, W Y -3, I - gf " X' l . N gs 6 . ll., ? x M I .. , 1 My :U ,X A up my l - fs. 55 Q -e 5 A., vMcKeever Hamlet! E. C. White Rue C aplain LLINOIS won and lost a dual track meet in the outdoor season to Big Ten foes and won its only non-conference meet from Notre Dame. Against Notre Dame the Illini scored slams in four events, the 880-yard run, the 220-yard low hurdles, the broad jump, and the javelin throw. First places in the quarter-mile, the mile, the two-mile, the 120-yard high hurdles, the discus throw, the shot put, and a tie for first in the high jump also went to Illinois. The results of the final event, the javelin throw, decided the dual meet between the Illini and the Wolverines. Mich- igan won by a 72 to 63 score. Don Lyon featured for Illinois by breaking the shot put record of Ferry Held and the Illinois standard by putting the 16-pound weight 48 feet, 10 7,f 8 inches. In the final dual contest Illinois defeated Iowa, 71 to 64. The Illini scored slams in the broad jump and half-mile. Bernie Shively broke the Illinois hammer record in his last home appearance by throwing the weight 155 feet, 5 inches. ,.i. IGF' W SITTIG ROMPS IN A VICTOR PAGE 240 KGB THE ILLIQ OF V929 A ' X fi f A- Q , tw m ,,,1u,.,.,p , U , - . C '-c ' i 5 KX ,A A IX, by 'I I M' 'QI NT Q ll 'Nxw , 1 Q I j XEVFQ 'lx Ai I ,Aw v..v l b,Qfj -x. , ki" ' W. 'V in 7' X' A V m2331115 I Royer i Nickol j Stuztle OR the ninth time under the tutelage of Coach Harry Gill, Illinois won an outdoor conference championship, Q ,v-' X making it the fifth in the last ten years. . 1' X It was a well-balanced squad that brought Illinois victory 'K ' I Q" in the 1927 event. Only three first places went to the Illini, i, url but many others aided the total score. Johnny Sittig won the I X 5 j ,. J, half-mile in 1:58.5, Ermel McElwee finished ahead of his K s - I' J teammate, Fred Stine, ini4:27.1 to win the mile, and joe , f ll 5 Simon leaped 23 feet, 5 1f8 inches to take Hrst in the broad i "', i l jump. N Dan Lyon broke the Big Ten record in the shot put, only to see Tiny Lewis of Northwestern come along and break 'A his new mark by one-half inch and force him into second P -- ,E X x place. McKeever placed in the high hurdles, Fairfield in the ' , i I V 'i I two-mile, Shively in the hammer, Wachowski in the high ii"'j I ' jump, and Earl White in the pole vault. The one-mile relay 'ii team finished fourth. Hall ended the race behind Fairfield in Bcrgmom the two-mile, and Ted Vlfachowski took fifth in the broad jump. MCELWEE, STINE FINISH ONE-TWO IN MILE WSW Q03-9. PAGE ITHE ILLIO OF 1929. track quality in the 1928 indoor season. In ' U A -A ' the opening dual meet against Notre Dame VARSITY TRACK BIG Ten Championship and victory in ,. I t 1 two dual meets showed the Illinois ' three armory records fell in the rush of the athletes. Dave Abbott finished the two-mile race in 9:29.6 to better a record which had stood since 1922, and Joey Novak won the mile in 4:24.4 to create a new armory mark. Abbott, Notre Dame, broke the other record F N , 1 -9.1.-4-a . rms-, , V I in the 880-yard race. Hall The results of the broad jump, the next Lyon to the last event, clinched a victory over Iowa, 55 1f2 to 48 1f2, in a dual meet that saw four records fall. Illinois registered . slams in the pole vault, mile, and two-mile. , I-Ial White set a new mark in the 880, Abbott and Fairfield tied as they broke the track mark for the two-mile race. McElwee set a new record in the mile. As new marks were created in the pole vault, mile relay, quarter-mile and mile runs, 60-yard dash, and the 70 high hurdles Illinois scored another Big Ten indoor championship by scoring 31 points, four more than Iowa, its nearest rival, could garner. Carr's victory in the high jump assured Illinois of the victory. Dan Lyon, Dave Abbott, and Joey Novak were the Illini taking the other first places, while Stine, I-Ieinsen, Earl White, Barnes, Chambers, I-Iamlett, Hal White, and Nickol all scored. A ,, ..,..,, ,, . EARL WHITE CLEARS BAR PAGE 242 YT-SY' ,THE ILLIC OF V929 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY UILDING a team around two returning lettermen, Coach Harry Gill constructed a CIOSS-Country squad that placed second to ' ' . I, Wisconsin in the conference meet, thus end- ing one of the most successful seasons in bi recent years. , ,J i ' With Captain Joey Novak and Ermel ' , 5 McElwee as the only "I" men of the cross- I. country team back, Gill's team took on I power and speed with the addition of Ab- ' ' bott, Fairfield, Stine, Ponzer, White, and Wil T75 Tockstein. Notre Dame was the first Illini foe and the only non-conference competitor of the season. The Irish brought their team to Champaign to suffer defeat for the second ,Q successive time at the hands of the Illini. I This time the Illini won, 18 to 43. Fairfield, 1-nn Ahh Abbott, Ponzer, and Stine finished one, two, ot: , Novak three, four in that race. On the first Saturday in November the Illinois squad went to Iowa City and there defeated the Hawkeyes in a blizzard. The Illini won, 27 to 29. In a triangular meet held with Ohio State and Michigan at Champaign on the following week-end, the Illini romped home with an easy victory, six Illinois men finishing arm-in-arm to tie for first place. They were: Novak, Fairfield, Ponzer, Mooneyham, McElwee, and Abbott. The season was closed when the Illinois team finished second to Wisconsin in the conference meet held at Ann Arbor. The Badgers scored 51 points for first place, and Illinois was a close second with 57. Four lettermen return for next year. They are Captain Joey Novak, Captain-elect Dave Abbott, Fred Stine, and Howie Ponzer. VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM Conch Panzer Mooneyhflm Stine Abbott Novak Manager Bush Tockstein Whitmore Fairfield Meyer McElwcc Stalnaker 4' PAGE 243 THE ILLIQ OF 1929 l R. C. MURPHY Manager ILLINOIS 7 RELAY CARNIVAL NE world's record was tied, eight meet rec- ords were broken, and two new marks were established when the class of Middle West ath- letes, more than 700 from 85 universities, colleges, and high schools, hurled themselves against the marks of the past and won 10 times out of 19 trials in the eleventh annual Illinois Indoor Relay Carnival held in the Armory on March 17. The Illinois four-mile relay team again lowered the Carnival record for the event when Stine, McElwee, Novak, and Abbott bettered the mark set by the Illini in 1927 by finishing in 17:56.5. Illinois also established a record on the uni- versity medley relay being run for the first time, and placed second to Iowa in the one-mile relay. Five Illini placed in the individual champion- ships. Dan Lyon won the shot put, Carr tied with three others for first in the high jump, I-Ieinsen tied for second in the pole vault, Frank Simon took second in the broad jump, and Sibbitt placed fourth in the same event. PAGE 244 QT umm Eld I ,THE ILLIO OF i929 Drcegem ueller ,,.,q.g, W, 11. . QSIEIYM e ,fl-A 3110 LDER of Notre Dame equalled the world's record in the 75-yard dash and established a new standard for future Carnivals. Michigan State Normal medley relay team set a mark for the first time in the college medley relay. Male High School of Louisville broke the one-mile relay mark set by Oak Park High in 1927. Kansas State Teachers' College of Pittsburgh bettered the record in the one-mile college relay. The same school took first in the college two-mile relay. Gess of the University of Kentucky estab- lished a new mark in the 1000-yard run. Climaxing the record-breaking meet the Uni- versity of Iowa one-mile relay team of Stevenson, Stamats, Baird, and Cuhel set a new one in the one-mile university relay. Droegemueller, Big Ten indoor champion, cleared the bar in the pole vault at 13 feet, 374 inch to set another standard for athletes in the future to try for. ACK McIntosh of Monmouth College won the all-around championship with a score of 5269 points. In winning, McIntosh won the high jump and pole vault and tied for first in the 75-yard clash of the all-round events. Tieing for first place in the high jump were Carr of Illinois, Brunk of Drake, Gitter of Mar- quette, and Shephard of the University of Texas. McInerney won the running broad jump with a leap of 23 feet, 8172 inches. Alf of Doane fin- ished ahead of the field in the 300-yard dash. Rockaway of Ohio State outclassed the field in the high hurdles. Willis of Rice Institute led the way for the 1500-meter runners. Kane of Ohio Wesleyan ran the 75-yard low hurdles in the fast- est time. Iowa State won the university two-mile relay. l .C DDP-NE ,H Al- . 15 '-. 'J 4 I Alf iq 4 X, '- S f r A 6 K Mclncrney KW PAGE 245 ,THE HUG OF 1929 f Captain Fa b o TPP kgTr Sb ns 246 W2 B Alley-cop THE IHIO OF E929 rs X 5 E Eb A WL Y f xx M i 'M' s lf C. L. LUNDGREN Coach P. J. Stewart Freshman Coach ,THE ILLICD OF V929 VARSITY BASEBALL The 1927 Season PRING arrived early in the Twin Cities and that early arrival may have meant the difference in the Illinois ball team. Ar least the extra days of outdoor practice did no harm and when the season had ended Illinois was co-champion of the Big Ten conference. It was the first claim to the title for Coach Carl Lundgren since the 1922 championship. Few veterans were on hand at the beginning of the season and their presence gave little indication that Illinois might have a championship team. Captain John Kusinski was back and so were two pitchers, Bud Stew- art and George Hoffman. Finn, Bryden, Gundlach, and Paul looked like the best choice for infielders. The outfielders were scare. Sweeney was back, along with Dalbeck, an outfielder and pitcher. Hoffman was used frequently in right field, while Ernie Dorn took care of the left garden for practically the entire season. The pitching of Bud Stewart was the keynote of the Illinois success. Taking little rest between encounters, the ranking pitcher in the Big Ten took the mound for Illinois time after time and pitched Illinois to the cham- pionship. I Illinois' baseball players acted the part of the "hitless wonders" during the entire season and finished eighth in the conference ranking when the season closed. Ira Sweeney led the batters in the conference season with a .314 average and was followed by Dick Finn with a .295. Finishing the southern trip with three victories, three defeats, and one tie, the Illini scarcely looked to a pros- perous season, but a joint claim to the title with Iowa was the final result. VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Carson Fisher Snyder Wernsing Garrison Ayres Ginie Kuhlcmcyer G. Olson Derr McKcaguc Dcsmo d P. Stewart Dalbeck McMurtrie Greene Reynolds Andrews Peters E. Ilson Hinze Shaw Doolcn, Manager Radford Sweeney Finn Hoffman Kusinski, Captain Gundlach J. Stewart Dorn Brydon Paul Fw I M' .hal ' ..1-1.1-Q PAGE 248 -THE ILLIG OP 1929 VARSITY BASEBALL ' A Conference Slanding W. L. Pct. -'nutmeg Illinois .... f--- 7 3 -700 Iowa ...... . . . - 7 3 -700 Michigan .... -'-' 3 4 .667 Purdue ..,,,. .,.. 5 5 .500 Ohio State .... -.-4 5 5 -500 if ' Northwestern .... .--- 5 6 -454 Wisconsin ..., ..,. 4 5 .444 X Minnesota . . . ---- 3 4 -428 A Indiana , , . ---- 4 8 -333 Chicago . . . ......... , , .... 3 8 .272 Record of lbe Season April 9 ..... . ..,,..,.......,...,. Illinois, 4, Mississippi, Z April ll ,..., April 12 ...,. April 13 ..... April 14 ,.... April 15 ...., April 16 ..... April 18 ..... April 21 ..... April 23 ..... April 25 .,... April 27 ..... April 30 ,.... May 4 ..... May 7 .,... May 11 ..... May 14 ..... May 16 ..... May 17 ...,. May 20 ...., May 21 ...., May Z4 ..... . . . . .Illinois, 6g Mississippi A. 6: M., 6 . . . . .Illinois, 4, Mississippi A. 8: M., 2 ............Illinois, 3g Alabama, 4 C. A. COLLINS , . . . . , . . . , . . . .Illinois, 25 Alabama, 9 Manage, . . , . .Illinois, 53 Alabama Polytechnic, 12 . , . . . .Illinois, 115 Alabama Polytechnic, 9 , . . . Illinois, Kentucky at Lexington lrainj ,.,..,.........Illinois,10gBraclley,10 , . . .Illinois, 45 Purdue, 3 . . . . . .Illinois, 65 Iowa, 1 . . . . .Illinois, 123 Chicago, 3 . . . , . .Illinois, 33 Wisconsin, 2 . , , . .Illinois, 0, Notre Dame, 3 . . . .Illinois, 6, Michigan, 1 . , . . . . .Illinois, lg Iowa, 1 . . , . .Illinois, 03 Michigan, 6 . . . .Illinois, Og Wisconsin, 1 . . . . . .Illinois, 6, Chicago, 4 . . . .Illinois, lg Ohio State, 0 . , . . .Illinois, 29 Ohio State, 5 . . . .Purdue at Illinois frainj Ealing Forsyth junior Managers SOPI-IOMORE MANAGERS 1 5 lg, '1 Huddlcston Elliott Malstrom Kremer Hildcman Brugman Sghmgdm- White Dean Wilson Rockwell s Eli! PAGE 249 i.-!f' K i THE ILLIO OF 1929 DEAN SMILES AS ILLINI WIN 1-if. ,-,-sf . "1 f faq., , e 1 J ,is I 'lv W .K -.. . ' Paul Tie for the Championship LLINOIS opened the southern baseball trip and the season against Mississippi with Bud Stewart hurling the Illini to their first victory on a rain-soaked field. For five innings Stewart allowed the first Missis- sippi batters to reach the initial sack, but on all except one occasion he successfully held the following batters in checlc. Mississippi scored two runs in the third after Illinois had taken a two-run lead in the second. With the score tied in the ninth and two down, Finn and Paul singled. Finn scored when Dalbeclc's grounder was muffed by the shortstop, and Paul raced home when Dalbeclc drew a throw at second base. Against Mississippi A. 66 M. the following Monday the Illini had to be content with a 6 to 6 verdict after winning and losing the ball game three times during the struggle. Don Andrews started on the pitcher's mound and lasted eight innings. Sterling pitching by Desmond on the following day enabled Illinois to win its second victory of the trip. He allowed four scattered hits to the Mississippi A. 66 M. batters and was given perfect support in the field by his teammates in the 4 to 2 win. ' ' PAUL THROWS OUT BURBRIDGE AT FIRST - g. n .1 . X . 5 . I .V 1 1 ' A i ' V' , 3.99511 4 ' ' A , " PAGE 250 ,lv F P I , x - 14. 8'-'IK ' I , Q 4 V Finn - HGH If QZQRI LQ.. li, , Xvul si .' M I W j f ' ' 3559? ITHE ILLIQ OF 1929 Y. ,. I . in HQ ' 1 vu-f I K... .V -' I I 16 X . V i . 1 x I 'Xl la ya y M 'fi .. 7' - 'L BUCKEYES TRIUMPH OVER ILLINI M M W r ,f , , A . U Qiffgiawf I 1-1' ' - " R" ,-Vw JJV . , .lx ' Radford Alabama Wins Two LABAMA handed Illinois its first defeat of the season by taking advantage of an off-day for Bud Stewart and some miscues in the Illinois outfield. A long fly that went for a double, an error, a base on balls, and two singles allowed the Alabama collegians to score three times. Illinois tied the score in the fifth inning. A single by Paul, a wallc to Sweeney, a one-base hit by Finn, a sacrifice fly by Dorn, and George I-Ioffman's first hit of the trip enabled the Illini to score again in the ninth, but a double play closed the game. The following day, Coach Carl Lundgren used I3 players in an effort to subdue the Alabama nine, but Illinois was on the small end of a 9 to 2 score when the game ended. Moving over to Auburn, the Illini fared no better and were downed by the Auburn Polytechnic sluggers, 12 to 5. Desmond and MclVlurtrie took the punishment in this game. Illinois defeated Auburn in the second game of the series, by staging a three-run rally in the ninth inning. The score was 11 to 9. That victory ended the Illinois trip into the Southland because it rained the next day at Lex- ington and the final game with the University of Kentucky was can- celled. Gribble BARNUM MISSES THIRD STRIKE AGAINST STEWART KUSINSKI Captain A sw' PAGE THE :mo or 1929 fs, Dnhlbeck I M 1 "V I X I "9 F... MICHIGAN sg ILLINOIS o a , '1' y? " Shaw Victories over Purdue and Iowa PENING the conference season against Purdue, after playing a 10 to 10 tie two days before with the Bradley Polytechnic boys, the Illini emerged victorious with a 4 to 3 verdict. Bud Stewart, pitching before a hostile crowd of Hoosiers, allowed the Boilermakers only six hits and after the second inning held them scoreless. Purdue scored twice in the first inning on two singles and a triple, and once in the second on a single and an error. Ernie Dorn drove in two runs in the fourth inning and Sweeney tied the score the following inning when he scored Hoffman on a hit. Dick Finn broke the tie and gave Illinois a one-run victory by slamming out a triple in the ninth with Norm Radford on base. I The best Iowa could do against Don Andrews in the second conference encounter for Illinois was to get four singles and one run. Three one- base blows were hunched in the seventh for the small end of a 6-1 score. Pinlcey Bryden scored two runs for the Illini in the third by bagging a double with the bases full, and Earl Paul's triple a moment later with two on, scored another pair. Two more runs later seeped across the plate. p ,av f -I ,gg X A .,,1 HOFFMAN SINGLES TO CENTER Andrews f.2-VBA PAGE 252 THE mio or l929c I fl N ' W ii Q lbiff- . .X , V s..?,M. f f 1 I . ,, ny., f ,J Q mi if T v' fix ii if 7 . . THEY WATCHED ILLINI DowN BADGERS . ..' t. . asf.- -- Q' -if. 1- Q Dorn Illinois Takes Big Ten Lead U GAINST the Chicago Maroons in the third conference tilt, the Illini found little opposition and romped away with an easy 12 to 3 victory to take the lead in the Big Ten race. Bud Stewart tended to the pitching that day and little else was needed, but the Illinois batters brought in run after run. The whole Illinois team enjoyed a trip to the plate in.the sixth inning when they scored five runs. Finn and Bryden enjoyed the pitching of the Chicago hurlers to the extent of three hits each. Big Bud Stewart pitched and batted the Illinois team to its fourth conference victory when the Wisconsin Badgers invaded Illinois field on April 30. Stewart was the ball game that day. I-Ie clouted a triple with two teammates on base in the second inning, and allowed the Badgers only two runs despite four errors committed by the Illinois players. The Illini ace was hit rather freely, but when Wisconsin runners were on base he tightened up and forced the invaders back without scoring. Inability to produce with runners on base cost the Illinois team a 3 to O game with Notre Dame on May 4. Eleven men were left on bases that day while the Irish took advantage of their ' five hits to score oif Andrews and Desmond. ,Q . McMurtr1c 635 t SWEENEY BEATS OUT INFIELD TAP Ni I dlach AGE THE ILLIO OF 1929 . I '-I, S3 I .4 V W' ,tv wx. g N 1 +1 I 1 -, A .gf ,I 'fX 'F!,,I- , fi" 3 'Inn-. -.H , . AM. Sweeney Q I 'II My VYVA. all My lil' SX I All 5 ILLINOIS, lg IOWA. I I Desmond Victoryg Tieg Defeat PLAYING an excellent brand of ball behind the pitching of Stewart, the Illinois baseball team garnered its fifth straight conference victory over Michigan at Ann Arbor on May 7. The Wolverines were downed by a 6 to 1 score. Finn, Dorn, and Sweeney furnished the drive that day. Finn and Dorn made three hits each and Sweeney made two safe blows, one of them a home run. Iowa engaged the Illini May 12 on Illinois field and the pennant chasing Illinois ball club only marked time in the race for the title. The game ended in a nine inning 1-1 tie. Glassgow scored the only run for Iowa in the second inning when Gibbs got a double with two down. Illinois retrieved that run in the next inn- ing. Finn walked and advanced to second on Dorn's infield out. From third, where he had moved following Mulroney,s ballc, he scored on Gribble's Texas leaguer. The blows needed were not forthcoming and the Illinois nine had to be content with a tie. Michigan gained revenge for the 6-1 defeat at Ann Arbor when Don Miller let the Illini down with a 6-0 defeat. BRYDEN POLQES ONE TO LEFT PAGE 254 635 Hoffman THE ILLIO GF i929 f I .. .9 I l' . ' X 5' f Y D H x X 'h i 2 I 'if ? S .5 x fu !,, A rs' 1' 1 1 s Hinze Errors Give Ohio Victory in Final Game ' N ERROR by the leading Big Ten pitcher in the eleventh inning caused the downfall of Illinois at Madison by a 1 to O score. With one down in the fateful frame Stewart fumbled a hard drive from the bat of Decker, Badger shortstop. He rested on first while Donagan was retired, moved to third on Burbridge's single, and scored on Larson,s safe blow. ' Chicago lost to the Illini the following day, 6-4. Illinois battled along for nine innings, and only the last out by the Maroons clinched the victory. At that time the tying runs rested on the bases and Bud Stewart retired three Maroon batters without additional scoring. The Illini went into the ninth with a 4-3 lead and added two more for good measure. Four Illini errors which allowed four Buckeyes to score gave Ohio State a 5-2 victory in a game which Don Andrews cried to win. While Andrews yielded 10 hits during his stay on the mound and accounted for two of the four errors, his teammates continued their weak hitting, getting only three safe blows. n The 5-2 victory for Ohio State was the final stand , U p made by Illinois in the 1927 season. Rain prevented the Q " last encounter with Purdue on Illinois field. . A 0 'W sconmo A RUN IN A PRACTICE GAME FACING A HOT SUN TO WATCH THE ILLINI Snyd ff!-D THE ILLICD OF V929 4' Somel1ody'lI Be Bawled Out! GE2 655 EW' Hitting a High One Lundy W'fzrm.v Up the I nfielders K? if ia it x, X AI ,va I' x I 9 L- V" -r-vi' 05, ' X. 5162031 P . ,M lvgxm msqgggg 7gHp. sw L', 'wr-ff" if A I .uf-. Q 3. --: .Q . ,,f, Vx, ,.. Mn' , . X X vs. - "iff It LZ: ,.,,. I I THE IHIO GF i929 'X f OR ft, z if J' vi' . 124 Q AL OL y S P O ' S ,J . -V, A.. ,f,y:Ew 4 ff ,Q -d I wav u'ggf'f 7 .THE ILLIO OF IQZQC PAUL PREHN Coach VARSITY WRESTLING NOTHER Big Ten championship. That's what it means to Coach Paul Prehn and to the University of Illinois. just another crown for Paul Prehn who has brought five successive titles to Illinois in as many years and whose record shows seven conference championships in nine years at the University. Only three veterans returned as a nucleus for the 1928 Illinois wrestling team, but when the season opened Prehn had his usual strong outfit and when it closed he had the usual championship. An impressive showing was made at the first appearance of the Varsity, in a dual meet with Missouri. Illinois won the meet, 24 to 3, over a squad which was supposed to be one of the strongest in the Missouri Valley. Then between semesters Coach Prehn took seven Illini to Morgantown, West Virginia. Here the second defeat was worse than the first for the opponents, the Prehnmen winning from the West Virginians 25 to 0. Webster and Muegge provided the falls for the meet and Captain Pete I-Iesmer scored an im- pressive victory over Cox. PAGE 258 WEE' l I -THE ILLIG QF I929 fi ..,, HESMER Captain Then the conference season opened at Min- nesota and Illinois won easily, 201f2 to 61,!2. Wisconsin invaded the Gym Annex for the second meet and met the fate of the others, 181,f2 to 41f2. Allie Morrison won the only fall of the meet by pinning Stetson in 7 minutes and 42 seconds. Traveling to Chicago the following week-end the Varsity defeated the Maroons, 22 to 5. Mor- rison and Ralph Webster aided by taking their matches by falls, while Campbell won from an opposing captain for the third time during the season. Illinois earned the right to compete in the cham- , i' ,fi 5 f, X 4, y A . f s. Morrison pionship match with Michigan by defeating Iowa in the Gym Annex by a 24 to 3 decision. Morrison, Crane, and Webster won bouts by falls in that victory. For the second consecutive season Illinois and Michigan met to settle the championship of the Big Ten. Wrestling in the Big Ten individual matches at Bloomington, Indiana, Allie Morrison, N. A. A. U. Champion, won another title by winning the championship in the 135-pound class. joe Sapora finished second in the featherweight, while Flood and Fitz finished third in their divisions, the 145 and heavyweight. FIGHTING FOR A TIME ADVANTAGE Yak? Q PAGE 259 WIHE ILLIO OF IQQQ- . A. R. CAHN Cfoacb VARSITY TENNIS LLINOIS tennis players met five conference foes and were victorious over four during the 1927 season. They lost the chance at the Big Ten title because a deciding match with Michigan was cancelled on account of rain and the Wolverines were recognized as champions. Winning every singles match and one doubles the Illini opened the season with an impressive 6-1 victory over Wisconsin. Bard, O'Connell, Travis, Rodriguez, and Clark were the victors in the individual contests, and O'Connell and Bard paired to win the sixth match. Minnesota defeated the champion Illinois netmen the first and only time during the season by taking four of the seven matches. Bard and Travis were victors again, while the same doubles combination that won in its initial start was victorious. Smarting from the defeat handed them by the Gophers. the netmen trounced Chi- cago's best by a 7-0 margin in their next match and followed that with a victory over Ohio State by a similar score. PAGE 260 Stephenson Stephens Travis Gates Liggett O'Conncll Baird, Captain Clark Kaeser 635 iii! .THE ILLIQ OF i929 AIQCI, f' F., w. 5 BARD Captain O'Connell VARSITY TENNIS For the third time in 30 years a champion repeated in the individual tennis tourna- ment play of the Big Ten conference. Tim O'Connell, captain-elect of the Illinois team, won the singles title for the second successive year by defeating Boldenwiclc of Wisconsin in the finals match. The doubles team of O'Connell and Captain Reggie Bard went to the finals, but were downed by Michigan and forced to accept a second place position. Forced to play two doubles matches and with O'Connell winning the singles title on the same day, the tired Illini fell, but only after a rally which at one time threatened to bring victory despite the fatigue. ' Then came the rain in Urbana and the final match with Michigan was cancelled, leaving the Illini with a record lower than that held by the Wolverines and without any reconciliation possible. O'CONNELL MAKES ACCURATE RETURN EW! PAGE 261 TIHE ILLIO OF I929 VARSITY SWIMMIMG ,xxx ICTORIES in five con- - ference dual meets and a tie for fourth place in the Big Ten meet were the honors reaped by the Illinois swim- ming team during the 1928 season. Purdue, Wisconsin, Indiana, Chicago, and Iowa all fell before an Illini squad on which sopho- mores and juniors pre- dominated. Second place by Holbrook in GRO!-l the 200-yard breast Captain stroke race and fourth for Captain Groh in the fancy diving gave Illinois its only points in the conference meet which Michigan swept to victory by scoring 59 points as five conference and two na- tional inter-collegiate records fell. Notre Dame opened the season against the Man- leymen and was defeated when the Illini took every first place, winning the meet, 58-11. The next day a trip to Lafayette gave Illinois its first conference win when Purdue was defeated, 48 to 21. Garner- ing first place in every event except the 200-yard relay Illinois won a 47 to 22 victory over Wisconsin one week later. With Captain Groh turning in his best diving performance of the season and with his team mates swimming in their usual style, Indiana was the next victim in a 50-19 defeat. Holbrook shattered the conference record in the breast stroke in the Chi- cago meet which the Illini won for their fourth straight victory. Iowa closed the dual meet season and proved no better than other opponents. In the dual meet competition two Illini were un- defeated. "Peanuts" Holbrook in his first intercol- legiate competition defeated five Big Ten foes, in- cluding Captain Carter of Iowa, 1927 conference champion. Holbrook lost first place in the confer- ence meet when Wagner of Michigan beat him by a touch at the finish mark. Captain "Heinie" Groh, 1927 conference diving champion, enjoyed a successful season until the Big Ten meet at Minneapolis, where he finished fourth. He was not in the best shape at that time because of illness. Conch Manley Groh Wagner Schroeder Wfbiffr Lawrie Enochs Kieding Collora Blackman Stout Kinnc Piper Holbrook Dvuss 4' PAGI: 262 ,THE ILLICD OF 1929 VARSITY WATER PGLO IVE conference victories gave Illinois another tie for championship in water polo. The Illini finished the season with victories over Purdue, Wis- consin, Indiana, Chicago, and Iowa, winning all contests in decisive manner, but Northwestern, playing only a four-game schedule, also defeated all of its foes for an equal claim to the title. With four veterans back at the opening of the season, Coach Ed Manley built a team that was even stronger than the 1927 season edition. Captain Harry Kinne and Groh were the forwards return- ing, while Aron and Blackman, guards, gave the Illinois coach good material to build around. Web- ster was found suitable for forward and Schroeder and Shattuck were used at the guard positions. Isenberg protected the Illinois goal. Kinne led his team to a 14 to 1 victory in the opening contest with Purdue. Blackman and Groh also contributed with four and three field goals respectively. Kinne and Groh were largely responsible for the next Illinois victory. The Wis- consin team lost, 10 to 2. Indiana was the next victim. Groh sneaked through the Hoosier defense for half the points scored by his team in the 12 to 1 victory. Chicago, who put the Illini out of the running for the 1927 title, did not fare so well this season. The Maroons did penetrate the Illinois defense for three points, the most scored by any confer- ence team cluring the season, but the Illini scored twice that num- ber for a 6 to 3 victory. While the defense by Blackman, Aron, and Schroeder held Iowa scoreless, Illinois won its claim to the title in the final meet, defeating the Hawkeyes, 5 to 0. Besides his stellar defensive game, Blackman scored three of the five goals. Cir KINNE Captain - Manley Kieding Isenberg Schroeder Lawrie Callora Arons Blackman Webster Stout Kinne Groh llc E'h WEE? Q ' PAGE 263 TUHILHCDCNIQZQ 1 Ji X ,..:- ' . ,. W, V R ITY B A S ,e T, l ' H GOLF " 3 , f . i , f ,f Vi' , x' ff y .nn KUNSTADTER SWANK Captain Coach OUR Illinois golf players won another title for the Orange and Blue, in the Big Ten conference meet which was held on the Tam-O'Shanter links in Evanston. The ILLINI led the field by their consistent playing, were holding the advantage at the end of the iirst 18 holes over other competitors, and then carried through with a drive that brought another championship to Illinois. Illinois won the championship by scoring 1,305 points to lead Chicago and Michigani who tied for second place. Bill Tewksbury took third place in the individual scoring. In dual competition the Illini didn' t fare so well, winning only three of the five encounters with other conference foes. The dual meet season was opened on May 7 with the Michigan golfers, and the result was a 'five point margin victory for the Wolverines. After the clisasterous start against Michigan, the team, coachedby Dave Swank, came back and won the next two'Big Ten meets. Ohio State was the first to lose and the Buckeyes were overwhelmingly defeated by Illinois by a 222 to 12 score. Then Purdue was encountered and the Boilermakers took the small end of a 19 to 5 score. On May 22 the Swankmen lost to the Chicago golfers by a score almost as bad as had been the margin of victory over Purdue. Tewksbury Cullen Ritchie Kunstadter, Cap in Cockrell Fish Anderson Swank, Conch 'T' 7. on 264 gllii ILLIO OF l929- Hcidloff, Coach Pcltzcr Dceter Landon Thompson Vcscl Reiter Warga Danzcr Orlcr Fulton, Captain Dewey Whipple jenkinson HREE dual meet victories, third in the confer- ence meet, and Fulton's win in the tumbling event were the honors garnered by the 1928 gym- nastic team. The Illini finished behind Chicago and Wisconsin in the Big Ten competition. A well- balanced team enabled the Illini to chalk up their first victory in a triangular meet with Iowa and Minnesota. Chicago trounced the Illini the follow- ing week, then Ohio State lost to the Illini outfit. Purdue was downed in the final contest. VARSITY FENCING ECOND place in the Big Ten meet and Captain Goddard's first place in the epee were the chief honors acquired by the Illinois fencers. The second place came as a surprise after a dismal season with dual meet opponents. To aid in the conference meet Clinton took second in the sabres and Levin tied for fifth. Getting away to a very poor start the Illini lost their first three dual meets to Chicago, Ohio State, and Michigan, then one week prior to the conference meet, rose and defeated the invading Purdue fencers. Levin and Knox clinched the 11 to 6 victory over the Boilermakers. ii. Levin pcrgim Knox Dykema Menkc Goddard, Captain Clinton WSW PAGE 265 ,THE ILLICD OF i929 PAGE 266 The Fight Is On! The Soccer Team This Sport Wax Reintroduced This Year H ein ie Groh Olympic Contender rs.-sm EW 'W'- 1 h g qfg V 1 L 95 Sh' 1 ?Hn'fw,' 1 1 W 1' fffh '-3 1 l, 43. XV 'f A n. 'E " f ' if :If 'E 1 mf v 4 , rl wk F255 4? ,V ..,.. ., I -X? - f. w v. '. - x-.wwf 1 THE HUG OF 1929 W ' f 'iq if YJ!! ' I ' f w 1 x vi H f' . . Y ff . I af f L I by iy T PX INA LJ ' ' f' . rs? 'Q . My w lf i. 4 RSM Eg- 13 1 I' away' Ar 1 1 gil 'FA PNP' . .. f"l3 a f T' 1 . . . . P lv . .A 5 fgh 439 vt, I I V' YS W, . , K I ,4 1 E. MANLEY Direrlor of Intramural Athletics WILLETT Junior Manager THE ILLIC Oi 1929 INTRAMURAL 5 5 TI-ILETICS for all" becomes more and more a reality as the years roll by, and the 1927- 1928 season has proven no exception. More stu- dents have participated in every sport held this year, an additional event was added to the In- tramural program, and more equipment has been provided the I-M oflicials. Director Ed Manley and Senior Manager M. B. Morse have success- fully carried forward the University student ath- letic program to the point where the sport activities near a true representation of the spirit of Intramu- ral sports. Five new basketball courts in the west hall of the Memorial Stadium were completed in February. Cross-country runners were given an opportunity to compete in I-M sports for the first time in years. SOPHOMORE INTRAMURAL MANAGERS I-'DB P PAGE 268 THE HLIO Ol 1929- INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Handball Singles ........ Rothman, Delta Handball Doubles ,............... . . . . . . .Rothman and Shapiro, Delta Spring, 1927 . . , .Phi Kappa Tau Delta Tau Baseball ................ Track ........, ...., Tennis Singles . .,,......,..,.... Sahlin Tennis Doubles .......,,..,....,. . . .Winn ana' Simon, Alpha Rho Chi Horseshoe Singles ....... Baxeler, Anubis Horseshoe Doubles ..,....,..,..... , . . .Baxeler and McClintock, Anubis Golf, Individual .Spiegel, Alpha Epsilon Pi Golf, Team .....,......,.. Theta Alpha Fall, 1927 Track. . .D. K. E. and Cosmopolitan ftiel Tennis Doubles .,..,,,,,,...,,,,, ...Lejeck and Topper, Coxmopolitan Tennis Singles ..... Lejeck, Cosmopolitan Cross Country ..,...,.......,.. Spencer Golf, Individual ,,................ ......,R. Martin, Phi Kappa Sigma Golf, Team ........... Phi Kappa Sigma Playground Ball, Fraternity ....,.., ..............,..Alpha Epsilon Pi Playground Ball, Independent .,..., .......,............,College Hall Winter, 1927-8 Water Polo ...,........ Phi Delta Theta Volley Ball, Pledge ..........,.. Chi Phi Volley Ball, Member ..... Zeta Beta Tau Swimming .......,...... Zeta Beta Tau Basketball "A" Team , .Sigma Alpha Mu Basketball "B" Team ......... Sigma Nu Basketball, Independent ...... Coca Cola: Free Throwing Team. . .Alpha Epsilon Pi PI-II KAPPA BASEBALL TEAM M, B. MORSE CAMERON junior Manager if P.-ice 2 GH 270 QTHE HLIO OF 1929 L SIGMA ALPHA MU BASKETBALL TEAM CHI PI-II PLEDGE VOLLEYBALL TEAM YN COCA COLA INDEPENDENT BASKETBALL TEAM ROTHMAN Handball Singles Clmmpion ,THE ILLIO OHQ29 nun ALPI-IA EPSILON PI INDOOR BASEBALL TEAM DKE TRACK TEAM BASELER Horseshoe lrzdividual Champion COLLEGE I-IALL INDOOR BASEBALL TEAM IXGI 771 LTTHE ILLIO OF 1929 ZETA BETA TAU VOLLEYBALL TEAM ALPHA EPSILON PI FREE THROWING TEAM PHI KAPPA SIGMA GOLF TEAM PAGE 272 I-'SB T ,THE HUG OF 1929 ZETA BETA TAU SWIMMING TEAM T. A, QE LEJECK LEVENBERG Tennis Single: Free Tfvronfirzg Cfvmnpion Imfividrml Cfmmpion PHI DELTA TI-IETA WATER POLO TEAM QW PX G17 A I... n A . 1- gs TC W -a .? .3 WA.. L' QL , -l 1- . , .., . I xx VWCQATLON Qeguoe NJRNJ' BUTLEKCOEQJ 'WxYD5N GAULECI Svy QEWTQN EUf1OpE ,ASW QIFQIQA AU5TrLAL,,,x so .OP-TH POL? 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Mere man fails sometimes to realize the extent and organization of those activities at Illinois which are particularly women's activities, especially women's athletics. We see the er- bloomer-clad Illinae disappear mysteriously be- yond the Auditorium and the old tennis courts. We hear the clatter of china in the Woman's , Building where great quantities of tea must be absorbed. We enjoy the May Fete. The activities of which we are cognizant are few in number. THE HUG OF I929 UV K x X Xifx, QQ ,,, E N ' S Q T 1 V , XX A X ---is-1 X THE ILLIG 0151929 FRANCES McGINNIS Connell Lee Robbins WOMAN'S LEAGUE Woman's League is an organization com- posed of the entire body of student women. Its function is to serve the varied interests of the university women, and to bind them in closer bonds of friendship. The Orange, Blue and Gold Feather organizations help develop the leadership and initiative of the underclass women. Friendship is fostered through the many All-University and Inter- Illini parties sponsored by Woman's League. WOMAN'S LEAGUE OFFICERS FRANCES MCGINNIS .,.,,..,,...,,...,.,... President HELEN ROBBINS ..,... ...... V ice President ALICE CONNELL ..... ........,,.. S ecretary MARY ANN EIDMAN .... .... I unior Representative ELEANOR LAMBERT ..... ,... S enior Representative Donor:-nr LEE ,..... . . .,,., Treasurer Hirst Brookings Greenlaw Deere Ash Lambert Trenchard Turnell Lonek Heller PAGE 278 6,5 iii? THE ILLICD OF I929 Homecoming Eleanor Lambert Social Carolyn Rice Dad's Day Esther Farrell Fund Betty Turnell M othefs Day Maida Bartholomew WOMAN'S LEAGUE Vocational Guidance Anne Hirst Point System Frances Ash Big Sister Alice McGinty All University Party Eleanor Haser Citizenship Lora Deere Inter-Illini Party Louise Brooking Shirley Grcenlaw Bulletin Board Mary Trenchard Poster Marguerite Heller Freshman Pledge Eleanor Lonel: Gervaise Kappus Orange and Blue Feathers Elemom, . Catherine Davis Ruth Bresee Gold Ft.'dtl76T5 Higtoriayz Frances Cassady Esther Wagner OMAN'S League is an organization to which all girls of the University are eligible by virtue of their registration as students. By its twenty committees it fosters unity through friend- ship ancl community.of interests, and trains its members for leadership in student activities and in the outside world. Vocational guidance and citizenship training is con- ducted through committees. Its welfare work is confined to furnishing houses on the campus for girls who are working their way through school. All of this work is done through a highly organized system of committees. Lambert Eidman Freshman Education MCGUIYY Bartholomew Cassady Bresee Davis Farrell Rice Wagner Haser Kappus rf.:-"DA PAGE 279 THE ILLICD OF 1929 HELEN ROBBINS WOMAN'S GROUP SYSTEM OFFICERS HELEN Roasms .,.. . ,.,..A..... .....,...... P resident MARGARET Rox' ...... .... F reshman Education SARAH BRINKER1-xoFF .... ...,. A ctivity Chairman INEz RUTH CONARD ...,. .... G roup System Historian MILDRED DAVIS ..,... ..,.... S ocial Chairman BERNADINE SCHUMAN .... .,.....,..... S ecretary MARGARET WAGGONER ..... ,.., A thletic Chairman DISTRICT CHAIRMEN Kathryn Sullivan Virginia Butler, Mary Reeder Cornelia Roberts Shirley Greenlaw Adele Mernitz Butler Sullivan Mernitz Greenlaw Reeder Roberts Cons rd Brinkerhoff Schuman Waggoner Davis oy 4' PAGE 280 I ,THE ILLICD OP V929 ,,, - i. nv' i ' N4 H 'i lx fl . LOIS COOK ELIZABETH TURNELL WOMAN'S WELFARE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN ELIZABETH TURNELL ...,.............,.... Welfare Fund Committee Lois Cook ...... ...... W elfare Co-operative Committee HE Fashion Revue produced by the Woman's Welfare Fund Committee was an innovation and a huge success as an entertainment, as well as from a financial standpoint. The proceeds were turned over to the Welfare Committee to purchase furnishings for the three co-operative houses, Alpha, Beta, and Campbell Cottage. THE 1928 FASHION REVUE 655 PAGE 281 :HR I , ETHE ILLIO OF i929 ORANGE AND BLUE fl! FEATHERS 53 ' -Q if I 11 th . . 1 45 -'I' M' '1I. , Shumann Fraser Townsend Peacock McKee Stevens Voikcl Fishbaugh OFFICERS OFFICERS First Semester First Semester JOSEPHINE TOWNSEND ...........,,.... ..., P resident ANN VOIKEL ............,............. ....... P resident MILDREIJ SIIUMANN ..., Vice-President BERNICE STEVENS ..... . ,. ..... Vice-President MARJoRIE PEACOCK .... .... S ecretary MILDRED McKEE ....... ....... S ecretary MARGARET FRASER .................... .... T reasurer KATHERINE FISHBAUGH ,..........,...... ...., T reasurer Second Semester Second Semester ANNE LICKLITER. ..,.... ............... ...... P r esident VIRGINIA MARSH ,.................,..... ....... P resident CLAIRE ABBOTT ..., Vice-President RUTH RANKIN ,.... ....... ..... V i ce-President MIRIAM ALLEN ..... .... S ecretary ANNA MAE RICHARDSON. . . ....... Secretary MARTHA CROCKER .... .... T reasurer KATHERINE FIsI-IBAUGI-I ..... ..... T reasurer SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS PAGE 282 I Crocker Allen Abbott Lickliter Richardson V I Marsh Davis Rankin EQ -THE HUG OF 1929 it Q , .TY I y. . 1 . -F is GOLD PEAT1-11-ERS R . '.J-1q..iQiE!'I..9Id.-.w- Aa. my A GOLD FEATHERS STUNT GOLD FEATHER COUNCIL FRANCES HOWARD ..,..... ., Womarfs League Representative DOROTHY MCCLURE ..... HELEN TGBIAS ........ . BLANCHE KERR .....,..... MARY ALICE MACMILLEN . JANE CAWES1' ............. MARJORIE LIVINGSTON . . . OLD Feathers has as its ideal the development of those qualities of leadership, democracy, and friendship which will enable sophomore women to become successful campus leaders. This aim, to- . . . .W. A. A. Representative . , , . Finance Representative . . . . .Sorority Representative . . . . . . .Group Representative . ,..Y. W. C. A. Representative .........,.Social Chairman Q vig Lx A. je ' gether with the Scholarship Fund maintained for needy university women, has given it a worthy place among organizations on the campus, although it is still in its infancy. Kerr Howard MacMillan Tobias McClure CSWESY Livingston GOLD FEATHER COUNCIL WSW PAGE 283 THE ILLICD OF 1929 Q H """ELm.. 655 PAGE 284 Y-fi "Campus Mining,' Presented by il Kappa Delta STUNT SHGW N unusually success- ful stunt show was held this year by the Y. W. C. A. Clever ideas were portrayed in clever stunts. Each year the competition among so- rorities ancl groups be- comes lceener. "My Lady's Dressing Tablev Sigma Kappa lil r-V" El? THE ILLIQ GF 1929 Doll Show Committee DOLL SHOW THE annual Y. W. C. A. Doll Show held for the orphan children of the Twin Cities was most successful. "Now and Then, 1492-1927" was the main theme car- ried out. The scenes of the "Western Bar Room" and "Making the First Flag" won first and sec- ond places respectively. First Place Kappa Delta EW Clever Displays PAGE 285 THE ILLIQ OF V929 9 'E in MAY PETE ACH spring, W. A. A. has charge of the May Fete, which is a program of group and solo dances -con- structed around a central theme and presented in the stadium by university women on the Saturday before Mother's Day. The plot of the 1927 May Fete was the Greek myth "I-'ersephone and Ceresf' More than 300 women were in this twenty-eighth annual event. ASA QW PAGE 286 I A E tTHIf HUG QF V929 WOMAN'S LEAGUE TEA VERY Wednesday university women are brought together by the afternoon tea sponsored by the Woman's League. Programs of dances, readings, and piano selections are presented and an excellent oppor- tunity of making friends is afforded to everyone. WSW CIE 2 THE llllO Ol 1929- Smith Powell Bennett Fisher Mitclxem Curran I H E Y. W . C. A. OFFICERS DOROTHY SMITH ..,.., ..,,,,. 1 . , . ....,., President MARY LOUISE POWELL . . . . Vice-Presiderzt ELIZABETH BENNETT .... ...., ........., S e cretary MARIAN FISHER ,..,.. . . . . . ..,....,.. Assistant Secretary ANGELINE SALING MITCHEM ...,. Undergraduate Representative Doius CURRAN .......... . . .,,,.,....,.....,... Adviser ADVISORY BOARD Mrs. R. E. Hieronymus Mrs. W. C. Rose Dean Maria Leonard Mrs. G. A. Miller Mrs. M. J. Kennedy Mrs. L. H. Provine Mrs. S. A. Power Miss Helen Rand Miss Louise Dunbar Mr. C. Baker Miss Helen McCullough Miss Jean C. Watt Miss Cora Miller Schweitzer Bartholomew Dunn Johnson Saling Smith Powell Bennett GE 238 DSB QW ' To THE HUC OP V229 "? - - A Y. W. C. A. MEETING THE Y. W. C. A. DEPARTMENT AND COMMITTEE HEADS FIRST CABINET ANGELINE SALING MITCHEM ..... Undergraduate Representative ELEANOR SCHWEITZER. .... .....,.,.....,.... M eetings VERA KLINTZ ...,.. . . . .,,.... Social ELIZABETH WARD . . . ,Social Service MARIAN JOHNSON. ..,. .... G irls' Work MAIDA BARTHOLOMEW ..., ...... F inance ELIZABETH BENNETT . . . . . . . .Library RUTH DUNN ,............. . .... ..... . ,Employment ELINoR CRooIc., ...Life Work Guidance MARJoRIE STOCKING ..,. World Fellowship LUCILLE PRIIJEAUX. . . , . , . . . .Conference MARJORIE WILSON ..., .... S peakers RUTH FREESE ........ ..,, . . ..,, Music GERTRUDE ABERCROMBIE ......... Posters DOROTHY SCHEIB . .Freshman Membership HELEN MILLER ,.., ...,... l ntercollegiate SECOND CABINET MABEL PIETY ,.... .......... C ilizenslrip MONA SCHIMMIN. .... Senior Girl Reserve MARY ELIZABETH JENS .... .,.. A lumnac RUTH FEDDER ........ Junior Girl Rescrvc ALICE MCGINTY .... . . .,....... Parties HERTHA BOWMAN .... ..,..... R ecreation RAE WEBER ...,. ,.... C ounty Farm MARY TRENCI-IARD .... .... F aculty MARY ANN EADS ,... . . Garwood Home GRACE LQCKHART ,..... . . ,..... Student DORIS SCHEIB .,.. . ..,.... Hospital MARY MARGARET GLENN. .Town Women LUCILLE BARNARD. . . . . .Extension MINNIE MEANS .......,...,... Reference KATHRYN RICKMAN.. . ..,. Books Scott Means Wilson Fodder Schcib Pridg-aux Piety Barnard Lockhart Schimmin Schella Trcnchard Weber Bowman Powell Miller Abercrombie FE T I .V lil. S W, .H Ma PAGE 289 THE ILLICD OF 1929, .Nami .af:aininQ5QigglS1illi'i5fi'lllllll lIlllliiiIllll ln wink. -mgesuullsi 9,, m I jlff rw 5, -w .Inu""u'!ilsg!lf:'!!u4I 1 'M 'QEQQQQIWINW .,.l.ma:S,!I'FilmLrzzliinnmiunlllllIl H 1 If 11"!g,f:':I2im!!A3f:7: !' I M iff'I'jaw''H2525?iiiifEiffEEE??f319iiai?if. i" Mm- 1 4' 5 " ,,1 aI.k1'iiI gQiEgI' W I' '-If.. 45 vs:ll?T1f,i355lf,':w',gy-H' ' ' '31, 1-nf XM 'Ir V., W, -I ww M 1 15 Fllilll IHI I! IW! 'iQ""' 'r -M 'W 'i.n, ' , 1 ,.. 4 W- ' K I IYMIIIIIHI mumw ww h' ' fm Mal E ,1 ' W WM? 1195 x 1 X 1 w Y , X ll , 1 , . 1 1 ' Y 1 ' ' ' 1 ' W, 1 gf W H I l"'f,s , , , 5 1 wuz anew.. ummmuipgggrvnuamnm , mu.,flulIlEir1n I ll, 'I my ' 1 E I ' II 11 V M " " "Mmm mm mum-'HHH I funn, .1IIuunIIu1uIwg'Wm'IllmyIIIml'INuIIIIllI!IlIIUI!IIIIlllllmlmllIUmlIum'IUmmumg'lllllmlllllIllllllllllllli nam EQ ,B , Qi. ,' ILC! J , f' x i 1 THE HUG OF 1929 X' ., f MQ L , W E N15 T H L E S YJ ,561 THE mio or 1929 1 . 6 ISABEL THOMPSON W. A. A. ISABEL T1-1oMpsoN ...,.. . ...,. ...... .,..., P r esident EVELYN NELSON ,... .,.. V ice-President RUTH BLOUNT ........, .... S ecrelary RACHEL T1-1oMPsoN ,.... ,....,................. T reasurer Nelson Blount Thompson PAGE 292 Y!-QW IHE ILLIO GF I929 MISS FREER W. Ag A. HE Woman's Athletic Association is an-organization of University women who are primarily interested in sports and athletics, and whose purpose it is to promote health education and to foster an interest and participation in games and all forms of physical activity which make for mental and physical efliciency. Since the inauguration of a four-sport season year the organization has grown until the present roll includes 150 women. Interclass sports sponsored by W. A. A. are hockey, soccer, basketball, volleyball, swimming, baseball, tennis, apparatus, bowling, hiking, and track. In addition to sports, "Sans Souci," the annual fall get-acquainted party for all University women, Health Week, May Fete, and various sport banquets comprise the activities of W. A. A. on the campus. The year's work culminates in the final spring banquet, at which time all major awards are made. Douglas Huntoon Westall Supple McClure Kadyk Schcib R. Thompson Sloan Nelson Tanner Elliott I. Thompson Rockcnback Pai-melee Qi PAGE 293 THE ILLICD OF I929, l I all Rachel Thom MAYOR I. A. GIRLS ,A i 1' X 1 xf'K, 'xx l ll ...f Elinor Parmclee ff"' Mary Douglass if I? r V 'H Uf 1 , , X Dorothy McClure ,axe-7 '---. l I 'wllnllvf Frances Ash Cleo Tanner 294 pam ESQ m THE ILLIO OF 1929 GCDLD SEAL GIRLS 35- Nlary Dougl Reb cccn Wcinstciim I-IE highest honor that W. A. A. ., f awards is the Gold Seal, given to those pf? - girls who have earned 2000 points through 'Si'-Zi., my participation in the different sports. This ' J fi year the largest number ever to have at- W tained the goal received Gold Seals. Five . . - ht I girls merit the honor. They are Mary W , 5 - Q Douglass, Virginia Supple, Ruth Blount, l V , Rebecca Weinstein, and Cleo Tanner. A 'N A girl who earns 600 points receives a I- 6 minor IAQ one who earns 1200 points is 5 !l,p-i ii g awarded her major IA. 3 2 ii l f 1 M, fi .ii gn -fl tr Mi Cleo Tanner Virginia Supple J to 6 N' Y g KW PAGE PAGE 296 THE ILLIO OF V929 HOCKEY OCKEY always summons hosts of ball and stick en- thusiasts, especially among the freshmen. This year the strong senior team, which has been an organization intact for practically four years, easily won the tourna- ment. Their records show only one defeat in four years of play and include three championships. Dk NEW ,THE ILLIG OF i929 T RACK BOTH interclass and tele- graphic track meets with other Big Ten schools are spon- sored by W. A. A. In the inter- class tournament of 1927 the freshmen and sophomores tied for the championship with a score of 33-33. This meet was also a tele- graphic meet with Ohio, North- western, and Wisconsin. 44l""' PAGE 298 UHILHCDCNIQZQ KW - . , , , V I. A ..f..una......- SGCCER HIS is the second season for soccer as a major sport and from the stand- point of enthusiasm and fun it was extremely successful. The championship sopho- more team disregarded rain, mud, and the highly touted abilities of their upperclass opponents. Their consistent team play won first place in the double round tourna- ment. THE ILLICD OF 1929 BASKETBALL WHEN nearly 250 women turn out for basketball practice it is a difficult task to get the best individuals and combina- tions sifted out to make four class teams and numer- ous "color" teams. In 1928 the sophomore team hung up a record of Hve wins and one defeat to win the champion- ship. rs l nm KW 'X THE ILLIQ OF 1929 PAGE 300 I-'SE BASEBALL BASEBALL affords the feminine dia- mond fan an opportunity to work off any excess ex- uberance, and judging from the noise and pep at any interclass game there are plenty of fans. In 1927 the freshman and sophomores tied for the championship, each team winning two and losing one game. The baseball varsity was picked from the best players from each of the four class teams. THE ILLIO OP i929 MINOR SPORTS BOWLING, golf, ten- nis, ancl hiking are the minor sports of W. A. A. ancl the co-eds are few who do not become enthusiastic over play on the alleys, the links, the tennis courts, and the W. A. A. field. Hiking has provecl interesting. To acid variety numerous in- novations are offered in the form of treasure hunts, cross-country ancl moonlight hikes, bacon and egg breakfast bats, ancl bicycle hikes. WSW THE ILLIO OF I929 SWIMMING HE Women's Life Saving Club of the University of Illinois was organized for the purpose of developing the sentiment and facilities for safeguarding human life from drowning. The Club is open to all girls who have passed the senior life saving examination of the American Red Cross. The present enrollment is fifty-five. PAGE 302 WSW IHE ILLICD GF 19292 TERRAPIN CLUB ERRAPIN Club is an honorary swimming organization for women. Its purpose is to promote interest in swimming among univer- sity women. The requirements for entrance to the organization are rigicl tests which can be passed by only high class swimmers. Each year on Mother's Day, Terrapin Club presents a carnival in which the public is be- coming increasingly interested. it 635 WSW PAGE 303 " ' THE HUC OP 1929 ' AESTHETIC DANCING Self-expression is one ot tlxe funclanuentul neecls of man flll'0llSl1 WlliCll Ile experi- ences tlle joy of fl'CCf.IOll1 :Incl Fllytlllll. The clance, tlll'0llSIl tlle clevelopnlent of time ' lmocly, tcncls to eliminate ns many obstacles as possilmle :incl to clevelop love of laezulty. I-'BA 5 e R 7 PAGE 304 AESTHETIC DANCING The clance creates an appreciation of tlle artistic, StilllllIilfiOIl of tlle inmsination, anal refines tlle emotions and tlle social sicle OftlleillJiViClll1ll,l'0SlllfillS in a lseener unclerstancllns of tlle worlcl, a more sym- patlletilc :Incl finer person. 1 R553 16301: ,-wg.-5.-,,,,p,-,-4,pm ,. uw -gr'wwr.1v,i'a'wr: sf-:rn-w aw-rms ' , , ' . -' v--- 1 -- YH " "' "' " W an , 4 5 Www .,.,., lm, '-rw-Y, ,r:m1m.'m'fnr"-rwfn -mx-Nw' .1 uf - E - 5 AW WATEL mm EA gGfi'CvATmON GEQLQG Wsf wmwow SN GMJLEQ ggx NEWTQN EUp'QpE ASQPS ,Qf'1'CA AoSTv.AL,,,x so LOW-TH POLE- QEOLQCJW g':f550-CW BYo.o CHAM G 'NPN IFPAN wxvvfm ,,xjTW'Wy Ffzfwce Q2 MSSWN :fvN1I7ZEfkLAN D S YQONOPAY JUN MOG EUGM wr Mfreovuf QEANT VQLTFWKE scuopa B?r""Tz LEW CIC eng MQNY -LOOLQCDY ef WATER, FIQSE IRPNOIQ TELEPHONE, ,fue MA flux: ef AQOLLO NEPTQNE UNJE D STATEJW CHEWYTK1 Prsyf BOTANY ZQOLO6 VOLCANOEI TAFT Coowms Nw! VENUS SATURN QOQSEVQT VOL DARWIN JLENQEP HUYLEY ARNQL9 Inu P-N Tyg 55119 MOSSOUNI EQQYLT 1509-DANK DAPMHN P!-U1 EUR LQUVRE 5 1 l Q 1 Q 3 3 U ,1 ii z 11 Qi fb W' 5 , J. if 771569 IJ ky v X Y" w . . S' ri Lyn P1 .Q 1 A . x " W , w A 1 .N , 1 jf 1""ff 1 n , i JR 5' ' x 4 ,e 1 I wc 5 g A15 , 1: ' Myk' . X aiif X . I X1 X r, .. . Z E J , gf f 1 X If ' r . i I ., I 5 I Y 4 ' "an F E' " HM x QfQl:95LfeLpE f I- - 9 -2:-.se 4 Q., 991 5' ka! 7' . -Ria gg "E3n 'W" "Ali -1 l 1, emvw-tr l . - 8 'Fa ig 4, u-an , nu n 4 1" 4F.fE!'x V F DM? i " -- A Wvw ix . -. v. tg. ix 1"f QL5,-4' 3: b A! . xx . V in Z E BELIEVE that few universities can claim as well organized and highly developed systems of student activities as Illinois. Year by year the number of students engaging in some form of activity increases. Alumni tell us of the day when an individual might engage in four or five kinds of activity and become prominent in them all. That day is no more. Year by year the competition becomes lceenerg the race is to the swift. One must devote himself to a particular branch and that not half-heartedly. The benefits to be derived from participation are well known. The editor of the Illini probably gets essentially the same as the man who for three years is the knock on the door in dramatic productions. In most cases the desire for glory is the chief motivation. This glory, how- ever, has great price. ,THE ILLIO OF 1929 REPRESENTATIVE ILLINI OLLOWING the precedent set by the 1928 - ILLIO of recognizing meritorious accomplish- ment among the undergraduates, we present four men and four women chosen by an impartial com- mittee as outstanding Illinois seniors. The records of these students during their four years reveal that unusual ability and accomplishment which marks them as truly representative Illini. l Photographs by courtesy of Weber Studio. 695 I PAGE 309 7 e mi :LUG of I929 """m Bohm IQOLOGY vwmes' cwmfgwcw Geoogy MQTOMT FHTDOLOGY Psfcfgocsv YW'-FNCDLOGT ET crucxm ROQUE rgowesmt fwlfwwfvg HQCKEY golf- G3 Lqjmg XAIILLIAMI' OARTMOUTH OXFQRD PPJNQETQN HARVAP-0 matte rwoorr fgw esmogc HEIDELSERG f OHIO ,ew-n a ' 'un CHEMlfTP-Y Pwmcf QLOGPXAYHY c Hifwgnof GgQLQGY MATHEMATICS' EUQT PQE WQRDfWOPcTH DRYDEN ANQELO CELLWI DA viNCI BANDINELL WWTON QAULEO FAPJNDAY Smwu MUQQ PAINTING ,YCULPTURE REQ YUMMEPX WINTER SPPQNG AUTUM fl LINOII IOWA TRACK BAQEBP BAQQU Es A L lf vo wot HPCJQ2 Nec RNA A SQQNVON CP-X-A6 DOWPX QHICAGC ea? grim M - Ll AVJPJ ' LN ZE Igflalda Barthplomew hai IA N D ROM E fVACl'?LES' APOLLO r een constant y intereste Z0 L A FLOFE NC5 Nlce ZGLPX in all phases of campus CHOPIN ZQLA CjAU-fi5P- POPE' activities throughout her PGP E FL AQ BERT ZEU.f HU70-EY four years, winning for N EPC KEATY APQLLO ARNOLD herself innumerable ARIVOLD CEU-lfvl ANGEU PLATO friends and achieving DVQRAK GEOTHE DICKENS. QMU8. noteworthy success in all XRRAUS- DPNXDEN Mil-TON DVQPJ-K her endeavors through A Q5CHAUC5pN BU! 605-WE enthusiastic and conscien- CPE HU7LliJ Y EUPJYI' tious work. AKNOLS 09 SP-N D' POE SES? NAPLE5 FLQRENCE vffovlufc Cmgspc vm BOTANY CHEMlf'TK'f PHY.0cf G 91 JEHOVAH ls ZQOLOGY MEDICINE LAW MET Meoxcufve LAW PHXLOYOPHY 'TYCHOLQGY 'Umow CHEMNSTQ B0 TRXGONOMETRT GECMETRY EQOLQSYLA HYS PNNOLD ELIQT -YAND E M E R-YQN ISXTO NG' A RT DPCYDEN SHELL E WO H Y EQQSQYKEATI Esorwvf CHAUQEPJLUNO .Y ETJCSEAKKUWNFTEIN RQ-CHMANYN FE SHAKES- COMMERCE Er- ATUPXN GEOLOGY .Sxvmrs WATEPS MEDXCLNE LAW 05,855 Aim Lfgm Hem POE VE M GEOGRAPHY Pwyicy Artgmrggrvrke ELQC1 RICITY D GKAV'TAT'ON JUPITEPQ erpxg OEAPLYH XNATEFXAIK QLEQTRIQTY WXNSA-5 LITERATURE ENGLAND FRANCE N,LQgOvHY VOLTAXPXE IQANT JAM CAMBRIDGE WILL :P- L OKKVVIN MEC,HANiCS' ENGINEEQWQ. xa. :CB JMEBQQYTQONQMY NERO NAPO Hscet NIETYQHQ PLATQ QQCMTES NAPOLEON i QCHOQENHAUEK 5PfNQ1p. WUSTEUFL' FAKADAY' SM NA PAPQSQ LQNOCJN bi:-pNLlNC YR CELUNI Sc POM Spun M,aw.SefttES New ZEMAN RUSWAIN CA ,ge CAPXLG MCE bftgvfso CAM Otoctytg gc MO GEJNIOA varxuce FLQRENQE 6p.Lj-flfpxo TQKIQ QOSWELU HAWAII That Frances McGinnis RQME G01-OYMKTH AAUS'C has shown unusual ability BAC-rgvLnA TKEEDJ Ufo CAESAQ1 as an ardent worker and ENZNQ-Aef CHAUCEF1 NAVOLEO leader in all phases of CLQU95' TENNYfON CJEEREOHM campus activities, where LAQQQSSE Swgglbvfvg ADDSNON she has made hundreds ADAMS M Cl N STEELE' of friends, is attested by YOU-K QQULPTURE J- RNS- N I b h. . M cuziwlt PAINTING M90-3N ier giemders Zlplin lor- COME-75 DpNAvx!1NG - X tar oar an er eec- ME-X-E0 RELIGION ' OSWELL tio? tgcfhe presidency of SATURZ5 BQTANY dna, EATS ' t e oman's eague. JUPI7-ER guxffggp Htiltxf NIPXPLES TNQL. px SW L gb UULON ZEUY APOLLQ NEPTUNE 50 E N QALIGULA AUC5uSTuS MEMNQN -7OHNf0N COLOSSSUS METEQILOLQG-Y ROCKS' TENNXUHOY vQtcANQeS GEYSERS SPRINGS AUGUQETU SPECTQUM CSLACXERS- iWE0EN Q M N Q,"5i5'Lt5?5EZ Ei HENQEJRCH .25-E,5Uss fa ca 2istQ,T5E1Qt3L 3 S2355 INA O WISCLONIIN YALE PRINCE-, P?3TE'A'-L'5'C'E'N'CE5 ADJ-V EMEILSNQN CARLYLE X-iuxtexf VV N HOPKIN HARVARD H0 F0 COLQR LITERATURE PERU VHILPDELPHIA But. Arzfi ilifFxCw'?Sl-EAgn0S'EfTS Po-:Sow IILAND AiMNE HAMVYHW3 4100 OHM-xorM New MEXICO 'xQ'YO"'t WNNEQEE 8 PAGE 310 1 WSW OXFQRD pixmgtrgw HAPXVAP-0 YAL csucff ET ROQUE FQOTDAU- fWlMNWV CHEMUTILY PHY5iCf GEOGKAYHY C HLQTOKY Gggiggy MATHEMATIC5' ELIQT POE WCP-OIWQVJH DRYDEN ANGELO CELLINI DA vvNCI BANDINELL WWTQN GAULEO PARP-DAY SMITH MUJQQ PAINTING fcoLPTUn.E P-ELL KUMMEDX WINTER SPRING AUTUVX QSM? iff? M Robert Reitsch has found l ZE U55 favor as a true Illini by J-A N D APOLLO showing the qualities of ZGLA lOl-A a real fighter, a natural Cl-lOPlN PQVE leader, and a staunch PGP E f'lU7lX.EY friend in captaining the N EPNQ AQNQLD Football Team through ARNOLD PLATO to the Conference Cham- DVORAK HRAU8- pionship and winning for XKPXAUSK' DVQRAK himself the honored posi- AVQLLO GOETHE tion of center on Andy IUVXTE bupxfy.. Kerr s Eastern eleven. JE-S-U SAN D POE NAPLE5 FLORENCE vffwfufoxf BQTANY CPlEMlfTKY vHYfJcf GEO O mf :mo or R929 'mlm' e RUGBY IQWA Jw., Cpxwxeaivos HEIDELEQERG OH1Q HQCKEY GCA-F. , a d o C LGATE WILLIAMI OARTAAOUTH Bohm lgoboef vwmcs cefmyxfvr 60061 NVATOMT PHTDOLOGY PSYQUOGY PHAFNQLOGY 5T G fl LINOIY IOWA OLQG MEDlCINE L-AVN! METAPHQJ EDCI-?xLO5'0xiZxfNY PIQQHOLOGY Afrpcorv Q TPJGONQMETRT GEOMEATRY ALQEB ARNOLD ELIQT IAND EMERSQN PC P. DPIYDEN 'SHELL EY wO TH lQffQg2,fx4eA1f Esoawf CSHAUCQPJLLWCD A 515' ESJQSN IQUBINPTEIN abc:uMANwv Fg SHAKE-Y RE ELECTRICITY J-03:9 GrwV'TATfON Jup ENGINEEFMNGC -VQQ KY YTRONOMY Aragmrggru Mecwwicf QLEC,TR1C,T KAN 51,5 NERO NAPG NAPOLEON FAPNAOAY C5 LLINI Sc RUSKLIN TRACK 5AggBf- BAWET BP-Ll' PUFNDUE HOV? gNQfrwA PM' 4QN9QN CN-A5 DOVER CQ-UCAGC P015 SN0 TOKIC HAWM Kqjw ROME 'VAPLES' FLQQLENCE MCE ZQLA Cnmmew. FL Au 5EflT ZEU-Y KEATI' APOLLO CELLUW ANGEL! GEQTHF. D,O4eN5' DPSYOEN Mu.TO" ,CHAUCEIL gm-N B PQPE HUXLQY APXNCQLAD PQE FAQLADAYC , CALIGULA CAESAR PRI JEHQVAH 1E Mepiqjurvc '-AW C,qEMigTo:f Bo ZQQLOGT PHYS' ,Lf . O gKTy,?r-l:EflLgglgrs LOCJY fvklh PQVATEP- MEDYC'NE LP-W ENXEARS mg Lfguw HEMI Poe GE ow-PHY Pnxfficf EEAEH ?lpsE WATEKAIK FAX-fp-g LITEQJNTURE ENGLAND FRANCE YH'LOS.OvHY VQLTAHLE IQANT JANY I-JEQQL Nunfcue PLATQ QQCMTES 9cnoveNH1ueP?fgNO1fa PASTEUIL' N Q EQNLINC Eglilgffio fixapfflf'-SE1LLEgN Zta ZEALAN MONTE CAPXLQ NIQE 3,p,q5D,-ND CMJ gENOA verxuce FLQRENQE TOM GE QAMYLE Q GPU TlErgo E:O5WsLu GOLDYMKTH HBE'-ll U5' CHNANL4CErx TE SNQN SNIN burns! MEOICJ N E 9cuLPTUrlE p,6,lNTllXl DPOAVVI REUC1 BOTAN PHYSK DPXYDE QQSWE Jgurvfgfl TENNYYON AUQUITUJ' APCCHYTECTUPLQ X FSO NX E' TQ 1-:IQ HANNP-I I Richard Finn's college ca- RQM E fVXUSlC reer has been four years BACTEQJA CAESP-PN of well-rounded activity g,,,ZefME5- NAYOLEO' built upon friendship, CLOUQS- BEEF-EOHM brilliant scholarship, and LA C SSE ADD S' outstanding worlc, malc- no I ON . . ADAMS STEEL E, ing lum an worthy mem- NQCDPNK J. HN ber of Phi Beta Kappa, Cuggtuprg , O TSO: an able Captain of the COM E7-S' BNN- G Baseball Team, and a METEQM BOSXNEU- notable President of the SATURN EA-rs Senior Class. JU pg-I-ER ll' .9HELl.EY Nmteg TNOL. 51, 5YvCON ZEUS-N APQLLQ Neprufqg CALIOULA P-UGuSTuS MEMNQN COLOSKDS METEQQCOLQGY ROCKS' vQLCANQzS GEYSEPCS' SWPXINOS SPECTQUM C5LAQxerzS SWEDEN C RUS GEF'-MANY LOUISIANA pog HIGAN SIP-X SWITZERLAND DOVER Y f"L CA S' G AjCJp.THVvE5"fElLN L OK Q MEP-lo EWU-LuAM5' Go i Daw WlTSQQNf?s1 YALE VMNCE we QTEML'-'.f'ClENCE5 Aklf EMEFLSNQN Cf-XRLYLE Huxefgq Jgpimf' HQPKIN5' HAs1VAp,D IO FO 1COL0fL,DLsTEfxATUPsE PERU PH,UxDELPH,,, BULGARIA M,..5gAq,uu5efIS Mow ISLAND MAWE HAMPS O ONAHOMA New Mfx-CQ Pflfzgw TENNESSEE Q ' url ll1ll.ll.l.!ll, 4 PAGE 311 EOTANX 200'-061 VHYLQS' CLvEMl,f1lPr QXFQRD PKINCETQN HARVAP-0 YAt CPJCK ET PLQQUE FQOTDALL IWIMNWV Cuervxlfrrd PHYflCf GEOGRAYHY C l-llS'1Onof GQQLQGY MATHEMATICS' EL1QT PQE vvORofWOw.'fH DRYDEN A LO C LLHVI DA vlNCI 5ANDINELL MUQQ PAINTING fcotvrulua P-EL? foramen WINTER YPKINQ AUTUVX Al e RO Acme Z E UY Pol ZQL Pi PQ? E HWLEY ARNOLD P LATO fTV+AU-if DVOMK GOETHE EDU KW SAN D Besides maintaining a rec- ord of high scholarship Clyde ohnson has been the exemplification of such reliability in news- paper activities as to earn for himself the respect and friendship of his fel- low students and the re- sponsible duties of Chief News Editor of The Daily Illini. aww! EUQT JA N D ZQ L A CHOPL N PQP E. 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TEMJH FNRE WATEPXAIK FAXTH LITERATURE ENGLAND FRANCE YHILCJSBOVHY VQLTALPXE IQANT JANY l-IEGEL NIETYCHQ PLATO QQCMTES QCHQQENHAUER 5PlN0gpL PASTEUTL' SMYQNA PApcxSs LQNOON EEPN'-fNC POM- SAW: AAA?-SEILLES' New ZEALAN N1eCAPXLQ fvlge bsgbf-D CM-L M05efs1oA VEINHCE FLQPNENQQ BO M E' TQ KI Q HAVVPW I Betty Turnell has not RQM E AAUSI C only maintained a stand- BAC-fa?-'A gg, ard of scholarship so high, SZNZXMES' VG durin her four years, LOUOS 615 v.EnOH g L E M as to warrant her election ACQOSSE ADDSQON to Phi Beta Kappa but A DAMS STE EL E' she has also played 'a JOHNSON prominent enough part in COM E75- i5Nlll-TCDN many woman's activities METEOnf BOSNWELL to be .awarded member- SATURN KE ATS ship in ,Mortar Board. 275A Silt Ll.EY IXIPNPLES TlVCjLlS1-Apsgi El, EQYYLON ZEU Ss APQLLQ NEPTUN 5 QALLGULA ALJCEUSMJS MEMNQN COLOSSUS METEQILOLQGY PsOcl4S' vQLf-ANQES GEYSEPLS SNJPXLNGS B SPECTRUM CSLAQLERS SWEDEN Q NQP-Tl-lWE5'TePsN CAMi5PslDC-,E WH-LlAM.S' WlSQONf,N YALE YRINC JQl-my HOPK'Nf HARVARD K ITY G 0 BG TAN 532: I PAGE 312 l 'EW Q P-MANY L UIS AN HLGAN USSIAGE SWLTZEPQANS 52535 L WPZTBALL-5QxENQgf AKTJ' EMEKYON CARLYLE 19.10 FO COLOR LLTERATURE PERU 'PHILADELPHIA BULGAQLA MASSACHUKETTS RHOVE IILAND MALNE New HAMVSHW5 409 OIQLAHONXA New WXICQ f'Q'2o"e TENNESSEE O E THE ILUO OF 19242 "i"""' VJOTANX ZOOLOGT VHYDCS CIAEMIDCTG-T GEOLOGY ANATOMY PHTDQEOGY PSYCfQ-OGY vwamgtogy 67 OXFORD PVNINCETON HARVAP-0 Yptte PXUGQ:-Y IQWA Jw CANX5RlDGE Hesogi-ggpxg, E QHIO CRICKET rxgque Fgovbmt fwnmwfvg I 7 " N, CHI?-Mlfrrd PHY5Icf QEOGPXAYHY c Hifrcyor GEOLOGY MATHEMATICS- ELIQT PQE VvQI1ofWOpJH DRYDEN ANQELO CELUNI DA VINCI BANDINELL WWTQN GALILEO FAIRPXDAY SMITH AIUQQ PAINTING JCULPTUILE P-El-Q YUMMEIL WINTER SPKINQ Aoki! NERC B During her four years 5-.LIS-Q AP LLC Ruth Blount has made a ZA L A Z QA scholastic record of such C0 N P0 PE excellence as to merit her HOPI C E election to Phi Beta POP E HUF' Y Kappa in addition to her N ERC ARNOLD recognition by Mortar ARVQLD PLATO Board as an industrious DVQRAK -G-RAU-8' and enthusiastic worlcer 51 TKAUYS' OVOPXAK in many activities, espe- GOETHE cially in woman's ath- BURN letics. SANS APQLLO JUPITEP. JESU I5 . 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GEOTHE 0104015 DFLTUEN MILTO' ,CHAIJCEIL gov-N B PQPE HUXI-EY APXNQW PQE 'gn-a AILADAXQ -1:1 ALIGU'-A r9.3 AQSPIIL PRI .Q-HQVAH ZF 'i INE l-AW RY Bo LPHYS' Y AN - ERCE gi- MEDIC CHEM GY ,SNPRIIN S- WATEP- MEDICINE LAW Hake EPI ARS- AIR LIQIA1 HEMI POE M GEOGRAPHY PHYSICY lTATlON -X-E V 5'Tr:.oNoMY H ERE WATEpXA'PX FAITH X4PsNS'ptg NERO NAVCJ fX!A?OLEON FAPXADAYC CELLINI SC RUSWUN CA NORTHVVESTEILN CAMBRIDGE WH-LIAMy WISCONQN YALE PIL: EQQKATURE EIXIQLAND EPXANQE vi-IILOSCVHY VQLTPIWXE IQANT JAM' I-IEQEL NIETYQHE PLATQ QQCRATES S'cuQvErII-IAUgp. 5P'NQzfs PASTEUYL' SMYQNA PApNxSA LQNOQN bEPNLlNC P0951 SAID AAARSEILLES lqgvkl ZEHLAN MON1eCAPgtQ NIQE 3,,sc3Df-D CAM QENOA VENICE FLQRENQE HIGAN SIA SWITZEKLAND DOVER QPNVNLYLE fc GF'-U7!EPNo ROME' TQKIQ GCD-S-WELL HAWAII In addition to maintain- gOME CEOLDJ-'MITH AAUSI C ing a high scholastic aver- BAC SWA -HBEDJ Ufo CAESAR age Bruce Morse has ENZQMES- CHAUCER NAQQLEOP shown himself to be a CLOUOS- TEiTl'NNgfON 6Eg9.5OHM man of widely varied in- LA CQOSSE SINEDI Uptfxl ADDIQON tetests, making himself ADAMS NX CINE SLTEE E, generally known on the XCDPNK SCULPTURE L campus and receiving C Ip, PAlNTlNG JOHNSON recognition in intramural QIESSAE7? DKAVVI 5MlLTON athletic activities by his METEOR5 KELIG OSWEXL appointment as Senior SATURN SEKTQN EATS Manager. NUDE HELLEY fXlPXPLES TNQL, STARS GOSWE Qs, QYPNCJN ZEUSS AIPOLLQ NEIDTUNE J Mm " P-1-IOULA AUGUSTUS MEMNQN TEQNYYON COLOSQJS METEQROLQGY ROCKS? A GUJATUI VQLCANQES GEYSERS SBPPXINGS U ' SPECTQUM CBLAQIERS S-WEYJEN Q APNCWTECTU y l QIJS GERMANY LOUISIANA pog A JOHNJ' HQIIKINY HAPNVAR MASSACHUSEU5' P44092 UQLANDDM we Owe WA OTBALL-5'cxENCES' AKTJ' EMERYON CARLYLE Huxvcgq O FOQYCQLOQAOLITERATUIAE PERU vH,LpiDELPHIA BULGARIA HAMPS Q QIQAAHDIVNA NEVONEXICCD flQfZO,.4A -TENNESSEE O "K g PAGE 313 THE HUG OF V929 W 5 1 i ll ! E1 I A, '4 V ,. ll fi 51 fl n V, if I 'ficlij I-, I m- l ,. In L. ln., 1 W ll N III'UI!IWHmwmwlmmyp uuurunlulnmnlbllImuIllllIIllllllllumlllmum I G 314 AE 1 M l v 1 , 'V x Plug, I-L " w THE IHICD OF I929 V--x. .,.Y , x . ' Q Q.-N . K. 1 h f a iixgtgi 91: 75 ' ' '51 'A mt af . , Fifa ,. bf Q 5 5:'ff:.S! a,. D 4' if Qi ! , -A -" 1,,:T sw rv' M5 mf ff? X Hy: lf I Y ' km f ,x ,L L wf X gi f , H 'I 'r Qi i gn 'E X ia 'K 4 1 Q , 'Ge I 3.- Y I' Wx w w, Q it X 1 1 'f X ' I' 0, I L . , .9 4 i 5 : yn , ,W , I 'J ,A N 559 . 5 '1' M : 'Q 1 P L l A T I f I S K if gs 1 Q-. ' + X Nw fl' iz. X' . 1 X .5151 i I ,Q 'f' wnr .A I ' ' V gn, me '71 X- .., FJ-"4 THE ILLIO OF I929, GE INCE 1871 the growth and development of Publications has been intertwined with the growth and development of the University. Thus the history of Publications is a part of the history of the University, a part, moreover, to which we can point with pride. Not only have we an extensive and well organized system, but our plan for the production and government of student publi- cations through the Illini Publishing Company with the Illini Board of Control at the head has been accepted and followed throughout the universities and colleges of the country. Thus Illinois has taken the lead in one of the most important of campus activities-one of the most important because of the large number of students interested. in Campus Publicationsg because it is through Publica- tions that the student body is more closely coordinated and student thought inliuencedg and finally because it is through Publications that the outside world becomes acquainted with the University activities, the University life, and therefore the University itself. In congratulating Illinois we must not forget to congratulate also Dean Thomas Arlcle Clark, who was the first to realize the real importance of Publications and who has been one of the most active in their advancement. l THE ILLIO OF 1929, x l , 1 I . I . DEAN THOMAS ARKLE CLARK EAN CLARK'S resignation from the Illini Board of Control last September, marked the end of over nineteen years of service as an outstanding member of that body. From the founding of the board in 1908, when it controlled only The Daily Illini, until his resignation in 1927, his services were invaluable, since he was at the same time a member of the Council of Administration and in very close touch with student activities. He brought to bear upon the problems of the board not only his wide experience and intimate knowledge of both faculty and student affairs, but also his consummate executive and administrative ability. These same qualifications served the board with a steadiness and resourcefulness of untold value, and no small part of his worth lay in his understanding of the under- graduate student. It is not difficult to believe, then, that the problems of the board would never have been so satisfactorily settled or its success so readily achieved had it not been for the ability, understanding, and guidance of Dean Clark. a GE 31 THE ILLIO OF 1929, PROF. SCOVILL THE ILLINI BOARD OF CONTROL BOARD OF DIRECTORS Prof. H. T. SCOVILL, Chairman Prof. O. A. Leutwiler Dean A. Harno R. T. Ticlcnor H. G. Roberts HE Illini Board of Control, composed of four faculty members and four student members, was founded in 1908. It was the purpose of this board to appoint the editors and business managers of The Daily Illini as well as to determine matters of its general policy. This was a new and radical de- parture from tradition and the problems of the board were manifold. A large proportion of the stu- dents and faculty thought that the new scheme of things deprived students of their rights, robbed them of all chances to exercise their own initiative, and throttled their freedom of expression. Never- Asst. Dean F. H. Turner R. A. Connor Alice McGinty theless, the board proved successful in spite of these problems and finally took over other publications, at the same time acquiring new responsibilities. That the achievements of this body have not been ephemeral or insignificant is evinced by the interest that is now shown in campus publications as well as by the high standards that are maintained in them, and, although the board may be said to govern the policy of the various publications, it does not in any way hinder the originality, initiative, or executive power of the student editors or managers. Dean Turner Prof. Leutwiler Dean Hai-no QW f -THE ILLICD OF 1929 V. L. KRANNERT THE ILLINI PUBLISI-IINGCOMPANY V. L. KRANNERT ..... I-IE Illini Publishing Company, established for the purpose of conducting the student publica- tions, employs a general manager who carries on the business affairs of the company and is business ad- visor to all the publication managers. The various publications, with the exception of the ILLIO, are organized and printed in the company's own plant in the Illinois Union Building, and it is here that The . . . . .Company Manager Daily Illini is made up at night by news editors, copy-readers and proof-readers. The copy for the editorial departments of The Daily Illini and the ILLIO is written and prepared in the editorial offices in the basement of University Hall. The method of organization and management of the Illini Publishing Company has been used as a model by many universities. Ticlcnor MCGUWY Roberts Sei-hang PAGE PAGE 320 THE ILLIO OF l929 J. W. BROWNING H. G. MARSHALL Editor Business Manager THE DAILY ILLINI C, W. JOHNSON ,,., ......... C hief News Editor Donors-lv Pops ,...., .... W oman's Manager 1. G. Porrrsn ..,......,.... Chief Editorial Writer ELIZABETH STUTSON ,.,. ..,. W oman's Editor R. A. HAMILTON ....,. Associate Business Manager R. F. Lorz ......,... ......... S ports Editor W. E. BUTLER ..,....,. Associate Business Manager C. M. JONES ...... ..... I llini Weekly Editor jones Stutson Pope Porter Hamilton johnson Lotz Butler s EW! THE .ILLIO OF 1929. Jacobs Longley Coombs Hutchings Gerlach ' Koenig TI-IE DAILY ILLINI F. S. Coombs R. L. Jacobs N. O. Nuttall W. W. Doeblin F. Koenig G. Rubens H. F. Getlach R. G. Longley J. Schaefer H. E. Hutchings C. E. Mills F. E. Schooley Mills Doeblin W. A. Stephenson D. E. Sutton R. Turney J. M. Wechter Schooley Wefhfef Sutton Rabens Nuttall Schaefer Turney Stephenson ESF! GE 32 THE HUG OF IQ29 fX"' Henna Cox Jens Hood Bowling Oathout Golden Solon WOMAN'S EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Neva Bowling Karma Golden Florence Hood Alice Oathout Olive Cox Frances Henne Mary E. Jens Anne Solon THE DAILY ILLINI GI' Q35 N ,THIS ILLIO OF I929 Jenner Cluster L. L. Cluster' K. G. Davis Irene Ebeling Marjorie King Garnette Houts Madeline Boos Dolores Becker Frances Osgood Margaret Garrity Elizabeth Parrish Ogden White Ketchum Davis BUSINESS DEPARTMENT MANAGERS A. E. Jenner Betty Ketchum M. M. Levin Ruth Ogden THE DAILY ILLINI Irene Levine Rosalyn Cutler Myrtle Fahsbender Margaret Gorman Hazel Burrow Francine Hoban Charlotte Barrett Bess Baer Sylvia Sharwell Hazel Denson Alice Maroney Mary Seiler Frances Etzbach Frances Williamson jean Currie Eleanor Lill Turner Levin G. H. Turner C. A. White Rochelle Roseman Eloise Brown Barbara Menges Maclelyn Bentley Letitia Vance Bernice Stevens Mary Tiebout Baer Becker Glffm' Gflllh Wing Williamson King Barrett Ebeling Osgood Brown Kehoe Graham Thompson Maroncy Denson Klicka James West Bursick Jewell Bentley Burrow Nelson Volbetding Ketchum Ogden Parrish Pope Fahsbcn der Houts Schmidt Boos QW PAGE 323 A -.THE HUG OF 1929- Hoit Anderson Qucbbeman Bosenbury Schmidt Musscy Weisskopf Shapiro Budingur CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT E. C. G. Quebbeman -I. M. Bosenbury D. S. Mussey K. A. Smith L. H. Weisslcopf A. F. Shapiro R. S. Hauclc S. Cohen W. G. Buclinger J. F. Mclnerney R. G. Arnold L. A. Quindry D. A. Vespa J. B. Davies R. E. Sloan R. H. Anderson THE DAILY ILLINI COPY DEPARTMENT C. K. Kurtzon E. F. Schmidt J. B. Rothstein G. S. Boughton J. A. Shinn F. W. Horn G. C. Cole J. E. Wharf S. Abels W. W. Holman R. 1. Wood R. A. Morehouse H. Ohlson E. H. Silverman M. G. Berges J. S. Eaton Shinn Wood Cole Vibcrt johnson Boughton C, M. johnson Wharf Cessna Arnold CU! Silverman Holman Horn Quindry Vespa Sloan Alsels Eaton PAGE 324 695 , THE HUG OF 1929. I : 'f Cx W ali' il? FJ S 'Q 'Q' 'qi Fried Boyson C. Johnson McLaughlin R. johnson Neil Prim-be ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT H. B. Fried C. A. Johnson W. P. Boyson R. K. Johnson C. B. McLaughlin H. C. Neil THE DAILY ILLINI CREDIT DEPARTMENT S. Mogul Eloise Brown W. W. Benn Sylvia Charwcll Irene Ebeling Marjorie King R. R. Roseman Rosalyn Cutler L. M. Hart Irene Levine Elizabeth Kehoe Hazel Denson E. C. Priebc F. L. Johnston L. N. Cohen Helen Schmidt G. Goldstein Hatch JONES Solomon Mogul Ebcung Schmidt Brown Denson King A-'d'!Si . QT ' an 1 355. me J :hun W' E531 mg w 565.55 SE .VH MI WUT KK. Elia H mg? .5553 E 31 2?-If I: if 1? af 5. 'S x Kehoe Ogden Volberdin8 Bursilc Pi - l y . eg .f . 'H PM Pix GE -THE ILLIQ OF 1929- M. F. Maher I-I. E. Fuller V. A. Sholis Dorothy Snyder MacFnrland White Courtney J. Kramer M. Kramer Sholis Wilson Fuller johnson Slovic. Smith Meets MacDonald CITY STAFF P. E. Courtney I. A. MacFarland J. Slovic J. M. Rosenthal J. Heil E. L. Wilson W. O. Teare N. E. White E. B. Collins W. Johnson Dorothy Holton J. B. Kramer M. Kramer Helen Smith Margaret Meets J. MacDonald SPORTS STAFF G. F. Taubeneclc J. S. Flagg M. Schaffer E. D. Carthey W. J. McEclwarcls J. W. Deutsch A. R. Cohen G. A. Grimma W. O. Herschbach C. E. Staples Vurgelonis Taubeneck Flagg nm EW Starr Santee Hale Herschbach Dgwngy PAGE 326 -THE HUG OF V929 rm .3 ,... w- .. .mean s. i J Hemmingcr Molden Van Sickle Poor Krueger Rcdekcr Perkins Miller Kuhl Stanley Hinckle Hallen Fiimegm Golalwle A. O. Myers J. C. Payne F. H. Oster W. E. Gobble R. E. Kuhl K. M. Fagin Mary Bunting Marjorie Hall Mary Morony Glenne Roberts W. K. Schori J. R. Hoff W. Heitler S. G. Schoenlnrod P. B. Rcdelccr CAMPUS STAFF R. A. Perkins J. R. Van Sickle H. L. W. Krueger L. M. Penclergast D. R. Poor THE DAILY ILLINI CHURCH STAFF Adams W. C. Wenninger J. R. Adams Anne Liclcliter Audrey McDonald Irma Hallen Martha Buxton Antoinette Mitchell Mabel Chapelle Helen Johnson Myra Harms Mary Moorman Joyce Newbill Eloise Kolhcagan Gertrude O'Brien Virginia Vogel Esther Stamm Roberts Blumenstoclc Shields Hall O'Bi-ien Meicrhofer Elich ' Chapelle Voelkel Nlgm-man BUXCOVI Turnquist Kelley Northham ADA. PAGE 327 -THE ILLIO GF I929 Kelly Lowrcy Lcderer Mamer Shelton J. Walk r Stevenson Shogren Mowrey Landgrehe Levin Swanson McDougall Barkm G Walk r Ho r Enright Turnell Squires Mullen Peacock Olson Kohlhagcn Babel Morris Cook Dorothy Snyder Lenore Scherr Gertrude Chulock Eleanor Barkman Lillian Johnson Tobey Levin Dorothy Mullen Frances Stevenson Marjorie jubasek Ruth Waddell Helen Tobias Virginia Patton Helen Spaulding Lillian Smith Bernice Kramer Bernice Miley Bernice Koolish Martha Cook Eileen Kelly Louisan Mamer Evelyn Olson Lillian Swanson Letty Vance Rose Freidlin SOCIETY STAFF Ruth Kahn Pearl Berger Hazel French Pearl Khuans Eunice Schmidt Dorothy Hirsch Eunice Enright Edith Hoar Adele Landgrebe Elizabeth Lederer Margaret Mowrey Mary Morris Marjorie Peacock Virginia Squires Gladys McDougall Elizabeth Schwarz Sophie Katz Marguerite Koelln Dorothy Holton THE DAILY ILLINI WOMAN'S EDITORIAL STAFF Gertrude Stanton Blanche Kerr ane McClure Irma Kadic Eliza Baughman Marian Clark Anne Voelkel Anne Meierhofer Louise Babel Anne Turnell Clara Kelley Pahnke Wagrier Wclclx Clark I-'SA KW Brinkerhofl' Tobias - Schmidt Smith ee 411:-sui-l GE 328 gmt emo OF 1929 Q THE BOSS IS OUT, STRANGE AS IT MAY SEEM THE CLARK-SCOTT DINNER On April 18, 1928, a dinner was given by the directors of the Illini Publishing Company in honor of Dean Thomas Arkle Clark and Doctor Frank W. Scott. These men were the organizers of the Publishing Company, and previous to its organization were instru- mental in establishing campus publications. Dr. Scott is now Ed- itor-in-Chief of the D. C. Heath Company of New York. Present and past editors of campus publications attended and many were the anecdotes related of the early days of publications. AMONG THOSE PRESENT AT THE CLARK-SCOTT DINNER I R PAGE 329 THE ILLIO OF 1929 H. K. HACKBARTH, . D. D. CONSIDINE .... MILDRED WAINRIGHT H. WESTPHAL . . . , J. PIERSON ,..... E. W. CLARK ..... G. B. FLETCHER .... .Q it i1Li..iO 4 r l I 4.x , rw f iwf1,Y.5, 1 Liv xl J. L. FRIEDL R. E. BAIRD Editor Associate Editor THE 1 9 2 9 ILLI STAFF Managing Editor Literary Editor . . . ..... Woman's Editor Athletic Editor . . . .University Life Editor . . . . . . . .Military Editor . . . .Staff Photographer ANNE HIRST. . . RUTH FEDDER. . C. H. DYKEMA. J. PEDERSEN . . . O. B. LITWILLER L. A. NEAL .... MARTHA OLIVER . . . ..........., . . . Ii. M. B. ALDRICH Business Manager O .Society Editor Womarfs Circulation Manager Woman's Advertising Manager Art Editor Chicago Editor Chicago Editor Chicago Editor Dykema Hirst Baird Oliver Hackbarth Wainright Westphal Pedersen Considine Fedder Clark Litwiller Pierson Neal PAGE 330 A .THE ILLIO OF l929- Bryan Dalziel Smith Reeder Campbell Holden Grinton Mayer SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS G. D. Bryan D. Dalziel C. Smith B. E. Roedcr H. S. Campbell W. H. Holden W. Grinton R. W. Mayer THE 1 929 ILLIO SOPHOMORE BUSINESS ASSISTANTS L. Dearborn W. H. Crook J. D. Knox A. S. Young C K ' h H R Martin H. D. Kraft A. R. Barton . ent . . F. S. Siegel L. E. Warlow Dearborn Crook Knox Young Barron Keith Martin Krefc Warlow Siegel - GE 33 I-'Ea THE ILLIO OF IQZQK Ephg ave Brown Fruland Standard Davis B r on Caron H ye Grossman Ha per Neff FRESI-IMAN EDITORIAL STAFF V E Haye W E Neff W. P. Standard R E Petermg J L Harper M O Grossman A. L. Lipper: D A Fruland D M Davis C H johannsen R. J. Gibbs G G Ephgrave THE 1929 ILLIO Elizabeth Parriott jonques Herman Kathryn Vaughn Vera Kraft XR! No ton Gu Id Hciclman Woodworth McGrcw O in Spauld ng Parrxott Herman Vaughn Kraft Rice Armstrong Livingston -THE ILHCD OF V929 Alter Reid Dehn Graham Recd Seidel Turner McCorkle R. B. Ainsworth H. Graham R. C. Knoblock F. Reid V. S. Curtis F. Friedberg D. S. Reed Isabel Roper Ruth Haberichter Ruth Franklin Alice Norton FRESI-IMAN BUSINESS STAFF J. H. Beamen H. B. Hartline V. L. Kretschmer A. Seidel C. K. Bingham J. B. Daubek E. H. Ennis H. Bogardus R. A. Johnson N. McCorkle T. W. Swain W. K. Lindsay B. Gorenstein G. W. Stark THE 1929 ILLIO WOMAN'S BUSINESS Dorothy Johnson Nordis Nelson Margaret Buehler Claire Kelly STAFF Edith Heier Eunice Salisbury Marion Hendricks Marion Worth Jean McDonald Curtis Krcrschmer Iden H. G. Croll J. W. Karraker F. L. Phillips R. J. Iden H. B. McDermott D. W. Loos Virginia Vogel Gladys Mark Beatrice Blume Mildred McKee qv- Ropcr Habergchger Franklin Johnson Nelson Buchler Kelly Heier Salisbun, Hendricks Worth Vogel Mark Blume e ig PAGE ,THE ILLIO OF H929 , r as' X' ' , . h ,,.. if , f., A. avi! ', S. S- HOWE D. D. CONSIDINE EJUOV Assistant Edilor STAFF HELEN B. FINCH ...,. ..,, S bor! Story Editor R. ITTNER ...... Assistant L. R. LIND ........ .,..... P oetry Editor C. H. DYKEMA .... rt Vlncmu ADAM ,... ......... A ssistant W. E. ANDERSON .... rl A. NEDWED . . . . . .Assistant J. S. TAYLOR .... Exchanges HE Illinois Magazine, published bi-weekly throughout the school year, holds a unique place among campus publications in that it is two-fold in nature. It is both a literary review and a general magazine, limited in scope only by the interests of discriminating readers. In aim, the magazine attempts to provide a medium for student writing, whether it be essays, poetry, short stories, criticism or features. Its edi- torial "flag" extends a universal welcome to both student and faculty contributions. Kazunus Ittncr Taylor Carson Kapustka Fowler Slovic Kirby Dylccma Consiclinc Wheeler Stahl Beath Amick Howe Finch Hall Adilm PAGE 334 'LW THE ILUO OF 1929 I .-.igzhff .?!.Q.aafh!sMf' A F35 nr' V! rg if E373 I. rt" 'v is R. J. DELL J. J. SMILEY Editor - Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF NADINE NEWBILL. ..,..,. Associate Editor DOROTHY ROBINSON ..... Assistant Editor A. E. Rmnre .... .... H umar Editor A. j. RIPPEY ......,. .. . .Associate Editor W. M. EXLEY ........,, Assistant Editor RACHEL HILL. . , . .Exchange Editor Assistants Carolyn Smeiding Margaret Mowery S. L. Kapustka E. F. Swearingen BUSINESS STAFF W. E. ACKERMANN. . .... Assistant Business Manager H. KUTTNER ....... .Associate Circulation Manager E. F. THOMPSON ..,. . ....... Advertising Manager DoRo'rHY DEBERARD . . .Assistant Business Manager E. C. FISHER .,... . . . .Circulation Manager THELMA Ross ...... Associate Advertising Manager BETTY LYTLE ....... .Associate Advertising Manager Assistants J. Springer Alvene Price Milton Stiefel Howard Powers Ruth Wechter Rachel Hill J. W. Adee Virginia jefferson Louis Svedelick Marjorie Adams Eugene Eberhardt Eleanor Keane John McElroy Alvin Simon Margaretta Bairstow C. W. Reeve john Sheridan Rush Nelson Ralph Miller M. A. Lewis George Provol ART STAFF DoN S. KING .... .........,......,. , . , .Art Editor Assistants Lloyd Odell Grace Vorbeau Warren Marshall Walter Sanders Iosephinc MacDonald Powers Cronin Dwyer Stiefcl Freeman Kutrner Thompson Hartmann Ackermarm Salk Gollings Jones Ma rshall McKee Sheridan Watson DCBH-1fd R052 I-Yflf Ad3mS Robinson Smedbcrg Riddle Gs M' .hal GE .THE ILHCD Oi 1929 W, BAKER Editor MYRTLE FAHSBENDER , . . . . R. C. GARnE'rsoN ..... H. W. KNOLL ,... M. Beattie Doms WALLIS. . , . . M. T. Ross, . . L. W. JEWELL . . Esther Adams C. R. Larson Dorothy Bennett I ,- .,, ,.L - .C 1' -.giifffQf.. Lfffi "r'4'f- A THE ENTERPRISER . . . . Woman's Editor R. E. DUFFY. . . . . . . . .Associate Editor A. T. SCHMIDT. . . . . . . .Assoriate Editor E. C. NIEBURGER . . . . Assistants E. W. Townsend J. A. Naseef BUSINESS STAFF , . . . .Woman's Business Manager O. E. ZUTTERMEISTER. . . . . . . . . . .Urbana Advertising Manager H. C. BAKER. . . . . . ,. Champaign Advertising Manager R. M. BALDWIN ..., Assistants Charlotte Gasaway W. E. Aclelhelm M. l... Rossiter S. C. Olin S. J. SCHROM Business Manager , .... Associate Editor . . . . .Assistant Editor . . . . .Assistant Editor H. S. Dawson Foreign Advertising Manager . . . . . . . .Circulation Manager . . . . . . . .Copy Manager G. C. Goldstein W. E. Schaeffer Hardiman Smith Townsend Goldstein Rose Adclhelm Fahsbcnder Wallis Rossiter Beattie Knoll Zuttermeister Moore Garretson Duffy Schaeffer Schmidt Nicburgcr Baker Olin Baldwin Naseef PAGE 336 Ev' ,THIS ILLIO OF i929 .-' ,A Q u vi' F. E. HOLMSTRAND .... I. W. SCHOENINGER . . . R. H. LANDON .... W. R. BERRY ,.... H. Ryerson C. Cecierblom H. C. Schroeder R. Roup ..,.. 'WW 4 V .,Y,.', usiy., .- fw- E. F. TODD C. F. GEBHARDT Editor Business Manager THE TECHNOGRAPI-I ...,.........AssociateEdilor C. E. SWIFT............. ....AssistantEditor ...............AssociateEa'itor M.B.FlERKE.............. ....AssistantEdito1 M. THoMPsoN ......,........................... Art Editor BUSINESS STAFF . . . . .Associate Business Manager K. LIND. . , . . . , . , . . . . . . . .National Advertising Manager .............Circulation Manager D. E. I-IEIMAN, . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .Local Advertising Manager R. M. HAINSFURTHER . ,............. A ......... Copy Manager Assistants N. Burnam L. Winger G. E. Sorensen W. DeWolf W. Riclgway Martin R. Mullady R. Bruhnice O. W. Oerman DEPARTMENTAL REPRESENTATIVES ....,.......,........Ceramics W.G.FLAGG.......,.....,. .....Civil T. S. WATSON ...............................,... Chemical Landon Burnam Hainsfurther Watson Rittenhouse Mullady Manley Peacock Lind Carver Danielson Schroeder ROUP Ccdcrblom Martin Morrison Heiman DeWolf Kendrick Flagg Gai,-ing KI!-D ki? PAGE 337 I THE ILLICD OF 1929 MARY M. CLARK -.L A f ..I Y Q .r sf' gs. x ll ' K. W. CARR Business Manager H. O. WATSON Editor THE ILLINOIS AGRICULTURIST EDITORIAL STAFF . . . ,,.. Womerfs Editor A. W. HOFER ...,,, .... A ggravator F. G. CAMPBELL, . . . ,,..,..... Assistant Editor E. L. BERLEMAN ...... , ....... Horticulture C. H. S'roNBERG ...., , , . ,.....,... Assistant Editar H. W. MUMFORD, Jn . . .,,.. Alumni News V. T. S'rouTMEYER , ............... , ...,........ Floriculture Assistants E. M. Hughes D. I. Dean G. R. Brown N. H. Watkins G. H. Reuss BUSINESS STAFF H. R. RINGLER ,... .,.. A ssistant Manager Jos ACKERMAN , . . .... Assistant Manager E. G. FRUIN ..... .,., A ssistant Manager C. B. SHUMAN . . ,.... Assistant Manager Assistants V. D. Evans G. A. Doole O. F. Gaebe O. F. Dunteman J. C. DeAttley J. M. Ryan C. M. Holt E. C. Folkers E. H. Safford A Dean Holt Salford Fruin Gacbe Mumford DEAUIEY Shuman Bruns Stoutmeyer Ryan Folkers Dunteman Hughes Watson Newcomer Ringlcr Doole AHofer C'mPb4'H Berclman Carr PAGE 338 pm EW! THE ILLIO OF i929 T ..f ' ' ni . 5 , MQIE53, , ,,,,.tf.. V. . Ai if 'Hu 'nfjil' R. F. VOELL E. M. STEPHENS Editor Business Manager L. F. BAILEY Faculty Advisor E. B. FOSTER Assistant Editor J E BRANCH A ssislant Business Manager Foster Branch Stephens Bailey Voell Wil? I . Pars 339 PAGE 340 THE ILLIO OF IQZQ . .HL ', ml'-' - www, :WNW , li MY, I ! NW Ml,m1! uw V M '4Wf ' WI' ' V P IP Hiibflh m n Ill H .FI + JH lf ,3- 1 . Q! .I Q:U'W 'i M ww A' W ' U E1 F'iNr:E' iR11,'3M! ' S!-1 5i?1W+wi WW II wx" ' WE 1 N 11 A " Hu MN W I 'Va I ' .Iii W Im.. 'fai l ' lurk wuylx 'l ll- 1 W Q, sgnf ,, ' Y ,I ,II I 1' wx :N ' I :lv ,ln .,, , ! ', , gp. !l ff" lggn e n 1 .gi..e- f,: -W K' W V -a n , I ,gummy 3 VL .l1i??'x" , 'IIN' 4 .Ju ' zzpll. + - nl! ms. mu :25'f1:z.I1Faw'w 15.1114 Ill Mio, ""'Vfv"rv"'s ,umm 'r 1 gw1 ,yvv I'kg5snf?g:4 l I 'V Illfil vuguu 'IP 695 'll ,,i" 1 Wu. I 'H' I 5IlllI,,4g1li?!!'!s'fl Wm' "W "ng, .JWPi1'i2:EEE!'.f. .. , ,v ,,,,.,,1u THE IHIO OF i929 if 55 sg 'Y E r if E E 5 CEU. EE aj If A I 5 U f X P-' 5.1.2 I-ESQ T Q f X bk ' 4, x 17 K 6 j ' ' I X K, , . 14.- smug NT AD :NIST Lo fy Af 0' X ...1.. W THE ILLIO 0111929 OFFICERS WILLIAM B. KENT ............ CASIL C. FRIBDMAN ..... JOHN F. McKEE ...... LLOYD MOREY ,..... . . EDWARD E. STAFFORD . . ATI-IE ILLINOIS UNION . . .Vice-President . . . . . . . .Secretary . . . . . . .Treasurer Business Manager W. B. KENT CABINET NORMAN A. GLANTZ .... ......................... H omecoming Division JOSEPH E. o,DONNELL. . . ..... Membership and Smoker Division Gsoncs M. ACKERMAN .... ........ D ance and Social Division WILLIAM B. PIERCE ..... ..........,.... D ad's Day Division WILLIAM S. FITZER ,... ..... E Iections and Welfare Division CABINET AND OFFICERS PAGE 342 Stafford Tobin Friedman McKee Arkerman Glantz O'Donnell Fiilel' .A.-I-f'E. Schellie Pierce 44 .THE ILLIO OF i929 f' Thomas Wlxitc Rcsebcrry Morey Scovill Leutwilel. THE ILLINOIS UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORS 1. Gladwyn Thomas James M. White Clarence Roseberry Hiram T. Scovill Oscar A. Leutwiler William B. Kent Percy C. Tobin Kenneth L. Schellie Casil C. Friedman Edward E. Stafford 635 EW THE UNION BUILDING FF THE ILLIO OF I929 H. G. MARSHALL J. W. BROWNING . . . J. L. FRIEDL ........ FRANCES MCGINNIS. . G. M. ACKERMAN. . . M. G. Cook ...,.... W. B. KENT .,.... DOROTHY SMITH .... H. G. MARSHALL ..... ELIZABETH STUTSON. HELEN ROBBINS ..... R. G. FINN ....... H. C. BEAR ........ ISAEEL THOMPSON. . . H. L. WINTER ...... N. R. MILLER ..... N I MEMBERS THE STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS H. G. MARSHALL ..... ........ P reszdent ELIZABETH STUTSON .... .... V ice-Preszdent FRANCES MCGINNIS .... .... S erretary . .... .... E ditor, Daily Illini ...................Editor,Illia . . . . .President, Women's League . . . . . President, junior Class . . . .President, Senior Class . . . . . .P1esident, Illinois Union . .....President, Y. W. C. A. . . . . .Business Manager, Daily Illini . . . . .Women's Editor, Daily Illini President, Women's Group System . . . .Representati've, Athletic Board . . . .Rep1esenta!i've, Athletic Board ...........President, W. A. A. .............Student Colonel .....President, Y. M. C. A. Cook Robbins Kent Thompson Miller Stutson Frledl I-'SA W-Si? Ackerman Smith Bear Browning Finn McGinnis Winter PAGE 344 .THE ILLIO OF i929 THE COMMERCE CCUNCIL OFFICERS S J SCHROM ..... HAZEL B. Moss .... HAZEL B. Moss ..... WILLIAM BUTLER . . . V. W. BIGLER ..... IRENE WIN!-IOLTZ . . . L. M. RoEDER ....... . . . . .President . . . . .Secretary S. J. SCHROM MEMBERS ETHEL CROMWELL ..... WARREN J. BAKER. . . . . Louls SCHMETZER .,... C. R. MILLER ....... FRANK L. PETRU ..... A. L. ROBERTS ..,. G. R. NIsI-I ........ LESTER C. WAGNER . . . .....,.. . . . . .Gamma Epxilon Pi Alpha Delta Sigma ......,.Pan Xenia Gamma Alpha Chi .......BandofX . . . .Phi Chi Theta . . .The Enterpriser .Accountancy Club ....Beta Alpha Psi . . . .Delta Sigma Pi Sigma Iota Epsilon .. ,Bela Nu Kappa . .Alpha Kappa Psi STANLEY J. Sc!-IRoM ..... .... I llini Chamber of Commerce P. B. CURRIER ........ .......... B eta Gamma Sigma Roberts Miller Baker Winholrz Schmetzer Butler Bigler Nish Wagner Moss Reeder Cromwell Currier Perru R32 PAGE 345 THE ILLIG OF 1929 G. D. GREENE E. W. COONEY. . . J. J. SVEC ...... E. F. Toon. . . I. R. LINNARD. . . R. RATHBUN .... J. W. SAVAGE ,.... W. L. COLLINS ..... G. D. GREENE ..,. MEMBERS THE E ENGINEERING CGUNCIL G. D. GREENE ......,............ . . . President E. F. TODD ....... . , . Secretary . . . .President, Mining Society . . . .Pre.vident, Ceramic Society . . . . . .Editor, The Teclmograph ............President, G. E. Society . . . . . .President, Architectural Society ...........Prc,fident, A. S. M. E. .....Pre:ia'ent, A. S. C. E. , . . .Presiclent, E. E. Society Simmons Linnard Todd Savage PAGE 346 ADB Collins Rathbun Cooney Svec KW! .THE ILLIO OF l929, TI-IE AGRICULTURE COUNCIL H. O. WATSON .... ..,,. P resident I-I. O. WATsoN ..., E. E. Imcx .,,.,. E. G. FRUIN .... A. D. Conzms .... .... R. M. SLOMAN .... ....,.............,..,.... J. L. STORMONT ..... F. M. KELLER ..,,. .,......... H. o. WATSON MEMBERS .......,..,.....,....President, Agricultural Club ..........President, Agronomy Club ...............,...President,HoofandHornClub President, Farm Mechanics Club B. C. FULLING .... ...,...............,. .President, First Semester, Agricultural Education Club President, Agronomy Club . . . . . . . . . .Presia'ent, First Semester, Dairy Club .President, First Semester, Horticulture Club H. A. VALERIUS ..... ............ P resident, Second Semester, Horticulture Club R. C. SMITH .... .... P resident, Second Semester, Agricultural Education Club E. H. GARLICH .... ................. P resident, Second Semester, Dairy Club Sloman Sfgrmont V Irick Garlich Vglgriug Fruin Smith Fulling Keller Corzine I-'BB PAGE 347 .THE HUD OF l929- '!"5 if l 1 F . ,,'. F" Ei . J. H. Butterfield N. R. Miller C. D. Anderson R. A. Fox J. C. Newton B. 1. Conibear C. A. Collins R. L. Wheaton N. R. MILLER THE Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS NoRMAN R. MILLER .,....,............. President DEAN A. J. HAnNo ,........,.......... Chairman jo:-:N H. BUTTERFIELD. ...,, Vice-President DEAN C. M. THOMPSON ,..... ..... T rcasurer R. LOWRIE WHEATON .... ...... R ecorder R. A. Fox ,............ .... C lerk MEMBERS OF BOARD Dean K. C. Babcock Prof. A. B. Mays G. P. Tuttle Prof. S. W. Parr Prof. C. L. Metcalf C. W. Bailey Prof. L. H. Provine Prof. S. C. Staley D. L. Huxtalole Prof. H. B. Ward Prof. M. H. Hunter L. B. King Prof. B. Adams judge F. H. Boggs E. H. Renner, Sr. Prof. F. B. Stiven Hon. R. F. Little R. E. Zombro Prof. B. S. Hopkins Rev. C. Baker H. E. Schlenz - PROPOSED Y. M. C. A. BUILDING y :..,:. PAGE 348 -THE ILLICD OF 1929 l l E. L. ADAMS.. J. R. ORNDOFF ,.... F, M. LITTELL. . . E. E. IRICK . . . C. S. HURT. . . C. F. EDWARDS ,.... R. B. FISHER .. H. E. Wilson Y. M. C. A. FROSI-I CAMP TI-IE Y. M. C. A. .....junior Boyls Work C. E. WAMPLER........... ..............Worla' Education . . . , .Older Boy's Work W. G. CoLBv.Religious Discussion GroupsfUnorg-mized Housesl . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Social R. A. Fox . . , . . .Religious Discussion GroupsfOrganized Housesl . . . . . . .Employment H. E. RYERSON . . . . . . . . . . . . ,. .......lnternational Friendship . . . . . .Depulation T. P. CAVINS . . . . . . . . . . .Interracial Co-operation . . . . .Membership C. J. BALDWIN .. . . . . . . . . . .Freshman Fellowship . . . . .Rereption G. C. KETTLEKAMP. . . . . . . . . .Life Work Guidance SECRETARIES M. I. Coldwell M. T. Kennedy J. C. Cattron I Linen Wamplcr Colby Irick Edwards Adams Cavins Baldwin Hurt Omdog Wheaton Miller Butterfield Rygrson Fox KGB D EW THE ILLICD OF i929 350 I allhhlll '4 ,'A' ug .lllltlilllllh Mmm. ....... , ,. .... . 5 jr"fE1!ifl 'L ,,'3.,.:'nlQyiI'!5:fffl,, H-,N , -mn g 11Qg:mililW?'F1iifII'liiii:4 .A ffi Q 4 F1f???f?ff'45!uii53i'5-5E5iEiiaHi2?5Q fm M H ' ' HIlllllllllllfullllllllllllllllllfhnn.,1ffgy!!g,gg:5553,ga?"aw , U' ,I ull"":I!T!q' 1, ' Q lmJWwW4w , I.uu. i UN 13 1 .W WW 1 - 1 1 Ebay.. - ghxllhl ' l III In lv, Wivfggr 'Silks 'IEW ' M 11 W MW 'I :' Y A Mi QI HV:- ' . um ' WL V . xl hw.. M X ' X' xl' - -ll ,lxlnmmxljx .-w fQHwLJJwNa R LH - :L Il. .nw .IIE H I ,El N5 I 1JLU?'l -hmmhmuw 1 Ill ' J, nl "MH uHI'muIlIlmIllmlllUIIlim-m1 ,I,H,,,,m,Hmmn'w 655 THE IHIG OF 1929 N f XX ff T X S A , E X X X , 1 lf -THE ILLIO GF I929 CORNICK HICKMAN ILLINI THEATER GUILD Inter-Dramatic Organization An organization to supervise and control all dramatic performances by undergraduate societies of the University of Illinois for which admission is charged, to assist organizations giving free performances for the lveneft of tive University at large, and to stimulate general interest in dramatics on the campus. MEMBERS C. M. HICKMAN, Chairman ...,. ...,....,...,. . , . .Representative of Mask ana' Baiible SARAH CORNICK, Secretary. , . ....... Representative of Y. W. C. A. J. H. BUTTERFIELD ..,..... ,,....... R epresentative of Y. M. C. A. G. D. GREENE ...,.. , . . . . . . . , . , . . , . . .Representative of Pierrats W. P. SANDFORD, . .. ,. ...., Representative of University of Illinois A. R. KNIGHT ......... ELIZABETH TURNELL .,... . ,........ Representative of University of Illinois . . . . .Representative of Women's Welfare Committee G. P. TUTTLE. ,..... ....... ,... . . . ......... ,...,.... . , .Representative of Faculty Players' Clul: Turner Klintz Tuttle Greene Knight Sandford Hickman PAGE 352 e EW :THE ILLICD OF 1929 WHITSON GREENE PIERROTS Formed to Foster Men's Dramatic: u OFFICERS, , Lisl-I WHITSON ..... .,....... P resident G. K. HARPER . . J. W. McCoNNELL.. . ,.... Vice-President G. D. GEEENE. . . . . MEMBERS IN FACULTY Carlos J. Wagner, lVI.S. 1 I Ray Dvorak, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY J. B. Seavey - W. E. Anderson, C. M. Hickman P. A. Bezy W. McConnell Lish Whitson E. B. Noel S. Cullison I ' H. K. Hackbarth R. Benjamin W. V. Lesalc J. N. Thornburn G. D. Greene C. H. Friedman N. H. Davis G. K. Harper F. S. Coornbs R. T. Saunders W. B. Pierce W. H. Wright R. L. Strattan B.S. ,Secretary-Treasurer Guild Representative J. W. Jacobson J. H. Butterfield C. F. Fishback H. P. Breger J. S. Sconce J. S. Grier C. Anderson Friedman Breger Lesak Hickman Benjamin Pierce Fishback Noel Duvall McConnell HM-pe, Whitson Thgrnburn Cullison Saunders Hackbnrth nm PAGE 35 THE ILHO OF l929 M. G. Coox ..., ELEANOR HASER ....,...,,..,..... SARAH CORNICK ANN SOLON ..,. C. M. HICKMAN W. E. Anderson F. J. Edwards G. D. Greene C. H. Hickman H. A. Peeples Ann Solon Lish Whitson R. D. Baird W. V. Lesalc H. L. Porter COOK WHITSON MASK AND w BAUBLE OFFICERS First Semester ' Second' Semester .............,.........Pre:ident LisH W1-n'rsoN................,........Prexident . Vice-President W. L. PEREIRA ..... ......,....... V ire-President . . , . .Secretary-Treasurer ............Hxrtonan Guild Representative THERESE Li-:MERCIER . ANN Sol.oN ....... C. M. HICKMAN .... ....,.. MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. Wesley Swanson Severina Nelson MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY H. P. Breger C. H. Friedman J. S. Grier H. E. Kincaid Thelma Rose L. R. Sutin H. A. Wilson J. H. Butterfield Lillian McGlone H. S. Schroeder M. G. Cook A. T. Gilman G. K. Harper Ruth Martin J. M. Rosenthal J. N. Thornburn F. Broughton O. C. Knuclsen Elizabeth McGrew . . . .Secretary-Treasurer . ...... . . . . .Hirtorian Guild Representative Sarah Corniclc W. J. Granata Eleanor Haser Yvonne Milliken L. J. Rowell L. A. Weinrott Eugenia Anderson Therese Lamercier W. A. Pereira GE Hickman Lesak Broughton Cook Sutin Rowell Grier Baird Breger Thomburn Friedman Pereira Knuclsen Greene Whitson Swanson Peeples. Kincaid Schroeder Martin Haser McGraw Solon Milliken Corniclc I-Cmffflfl' Rose Anderson fx M' .hal ' 354 .-.THE ILLIO OF I929 SANDFORD YEAGER ILLINOIS-IOWA ILLINOIS-NORTI'IWESTERN-PURDUE Resolved, that the governmental pali- Resolved, that the regular full-time employment of married cies of Mussolini are justifiable. women in gainful occupations should he discontinued. W'ON BY ILLINOIS AFFIRMATIVE WON BY ILLINOIS A ffirmative Negative A jfirmative Negative W. E. Ackerman H. G. Roberts Grace Parkill Dorothy Schuman J. F. Knight C. M. Dewey Mary Goben Ethel Cromwell Lish Whitson L. R. Sutin Lorene Lair Audrey Niemeyer W. P. SANDFORD, Coach M. E. WHITEFORD, Coach ILLINOIS-MICHIGAN-WISCONSIN ILLINOIS-KNOX Resolved, that the present policy of the United States Government Resolved, that the principles of the Baumes Laws of in Central America fdefined to include Panamaj should be New York should be adopted by the other states. condemned. NEGATIVE WON BY ILLINOIS NO DECISION A Hirrnative Negative A ffirmative Negative R. M. Foreman Lish Whitson A. D. Huston A. W. Hofer J. H. Butterfield A. E. Hallett B. C. Leiken J. D. Mclntirc J. E. Knight L. R. Sutin A. J. Casner C. B. Land W. H. YEAGER, Coach V. L. BAKER, Coach Hqfef Buncrfqeld Land Hitchcock Mclntire Houston L,-ik,-n Casner Whiteford Schuman Gobcn Parkhill Lair Cromwell Knight Dewey I-Iallcn Roberts Whitsorx Sandford Yeager Baker PHI 355 THE ILHO OF 1929 THE STAR COURSE MORRIS MANAGERS Senior Sophomore: K' R' Morris R. G. Benbow R. F. Hahn junior: G. W. Braun S. Nall 5, E. Ekblnw R. H. Colwell W. A. Ross G. V. Mead 1. M. Gaston M. D. Thorn K' W' Moshe, C. O. Goodwin L. W. Oesterling 1- 5 ' R BOARD OF ADVISORS L. MOREY, Chairman ,...,...............,,..... Representative of Faculty F. B. STXVEN ..,,,..,. ....,.... R epresentative of Faculty . . . . . . . . . .Representative of Faculty . . . .Representative of Adelphic Society I C. C. ULRICH .....,, .... R epresentative of Adelphic Society G. P. TUTTLE . .,. A. A. MERCEY. .. Um F. M. COLLINS ........ .... R epresentative of Kappa Phi Sigma M,-ad Mosh., E. W. DARMSTATTER ..... .... R epresentative of Kappa Phi Sigma R. I. SHAWL .......,... ........ R eprerentative of Choral Society M. KRONE ...,,, . . . .,... Representative of University Orchestra Goodwin Gaston Thorn Bcnbow Ross Hahn Colwcll Brllln Nall GIS 356 ai.-'sm EW STHE ILLIO OF V929 THE STAR COURSE MOREY The offcial organization at tlre University of Illinois for supervising and conducting concerts tl Universit of professional artists, lecturers, orchestras, and and entertainments given at ve y other professional organizations. STAR COURSE PRESENTATIONS . . . , . .Tenor Tito Schipa ........................ .......4......... Amelita Galli-Curci .......... .... S oprano Minneapolis Symphony .,... .4,.. O rchestra Detroit Symphony. ...... ,.,. ..., ..... O r c hestra Cecilia Hansen ,.....,... ..,............ .... V i olinisr Tsianina and Oskenonton . . .,.. Mezzo-Soprano and Baritone Harold Bauer ..,....................,.....,,.,....... ...... P ianist CHAMBER SERIES PROGRAM Gordon String Quartet , . . ....,...........,........ ..... N ovember Z3 December 5 Maurice Marechal, Cellisr ..,. .... Salzedo Harp Ensemble . . . .4... February 10 The Oberlin Conservatory Trio . . ..... March 22 Ekblaw Ocsterling Q---.-,... ,.Y., . t - ...., V. . , . . Mc,-cey Dnrmstnttcr K1-one Tuttle Collins Morey Shawl Ulrich Stivcn PAGE .THE ILLICD OF 1929 PROF. SCOVILL INTRAMURAL DEBATE To Professor Scovill and bis committee ap- pointed two years ago by President Kinley is due tbe credit for tbe organization of Intra- mural Debate. After two years' service, Pro- fessor Scovill was relieved by Professor Goble as cbairman of tbe committee, and under bis leadersbip tbe work bas continued to progress. INTRAMURAL DEBATE COMMITTEE G. W. GOBLE, Chairman ......,. A. G. HALL ,.,,..,..... W. B. KENT .......... FRANCES McG1NNls .,.. N. T. SCOVILL ...,.. G. B. ELLIOTT .... H. G. PAUL ...,,,..,. RACHEL J. THOMPSON .,,. N. E. ENSIGN ....... E. B. NOEL ..... W. W. YAPP ..... H. O. WATSON ,.... W. P. SANDFORD. . . L. R. SUTIN .... ..,...,...,.,.................CollegeofLaw ....College of Law ..,. ...Illinois Union . . . . . . .Wornan's League . , , .College of Commerce . . . .College of Commerce . . . . .College of Education . . , . .College of Education . . . . .College of Engineering . . . . .College of Engineering . . .. ... . .College of Agriculture ,. ...,... . ... ...College of Agriculture . , . ,College of Liberal Arts and Sciences . . . . ,College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 1 4 v 5 Noel Ensign Hall Sandford Scovill Yapp Goble Watson McGinnis Thompson Sutin Elliott GE3 WEE? INTRAMURAL DEBATE The present system calls for a team of two members chosen from each college in prelimi- nary contests. The college winners are then chosen after a series of debates by the Intra- mural Debating Committee, which is composed of faculty ana' stuclent representatives from each of the colleges. ,THE ILLICD OF I929- PROF. GOBLE INTRAMURAL DEBATE REPRESENTATIVES J. J. ALLOY . .. R. Z. HICKMAN .... , C. F. DUNHAM F. Voms ...... THELMA ROSE. . J. M. CONNOR. W. B. CHENEY. C. 1. LUCKMAN .,.. E. M. HUGHES .... R. BALDRIDGE. . L. KARLIN ...,. MABEL DEERE. ..,. ...College of Law , . . , . . .College of Law College of Commerce College of Commerce .College of Education College of Education College of Engineering College of Engineering College of Agriculture College of Agriculture . , . ,College of Liberal Arts and Sciences . . . .College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - .- . .v ' .. ...,......- -- :Q Cheney Luckman Karlin Baldridgc Hickman ANDY Connor c Rose Voris Dunham Hughes DL-cr 695 QW GE THE ILLIO OF 1929 fg 1 l'fc.,N ' 'll ' X l not for aisbow 1 like zlmf' -ff-iuElQP3'6biuu-, - ,V . ,- gc, "If one person sees you together a lmn- dT6dfi7l18S,il,S'fl76 same ara hundred peo- ple seeing you oncei' GE THE BUTTER AND EGG MAN "The Butter and Egg Man," Mask and Bauble's Homecom- ing play, was presented on October 29 in the Auditorium. The cast was well chosen and their excellent performance un- der the able coaching of Wesley Swanson was responsible for the enthusiastic reception of the play. THE GREAT GALEOTO "The Great Galeoton was presented by Mask and Bauble on March 3 in the Auditorium. It was certainly a play of the emotions-"a tragedy of the idle gossipsv-in which every de- tail contributed to the development of the theme. The setting was in Spain and the scenery did much toward producing the necessary 'Spanish atmosphere. Q99 ,THE HUG OP 1929 "This is the lifeu NADA A "Nada," which was presented by Pierrots on March 30 and 31 in the Auditorium, bids fair, with its catchy music, and ori- ental atmosphere, to bring baclc the days of student opera. The play itself is one of those light operas in which there are all sorts of plots and counter plots built about a sultan's harem. "Nada,' is the product of student talent, the music being written by Hall Macklin '30, and the book and lyrics by S. B. Adsit '29. "Smile a bif' GE l T111 , NWII " W Mmmusfg!1i"' L ! "fiH 1ImlFhm-57 ml L H' lI. THE ILLIG OF I929 . : A .. 'Huh Q 'N w 'x 7 x I ' H l- 1 H , U. ,. , Hsirflx 1 1147, Ii Ill' pgselluf ,w V H 3EilF,l!g1?' ' w ll -s,n1Q..1l W -, .... .. Twliilfl "N N Ill! In m Ill 1 I Ill ' in - "' ' ll '- " ll! I ,I nn ,WH V N 1' ' "WWFLllifillllw'' ll nu H ' ' ' Q ,wM,,,i'1 M I W !l3' if + W f Wh + 11+ N I II M W ggfmsfzyll 14 11 W 1 N H 5E:W1 WN H V U " 2 Sim mf .If 'll' 11' ! my L wg 4 H Mmnuwg ,m1w1mumnm THE IHIQ OF i929 1 X X F 5 X c: E Y X x W K 1 ' X L fx x X -THE ILLICD OF 1929 . ,P , - A. s I", Ev if if sf Q N si E E. W. CLARK DANCE SUPERVISION COMMITTEE E. W. CLARK, Cl-mirman Elizabeth Turnell L. M. Reeder H. G. Roberts Mary Crathorne R. C. Reno S. D. Jones The Dance Supervision Committee, appointed by the Student Council, bas general direction of all University dance functions. It supervises tbe drawings for dance tickets and determines the eligibility of students for respective class functions. The Committee is responsible to University officials. s 1 Reno . Roberts Jones Reeder , Crarhornc Turnell Clark PAGE 364 1 AATHE ILLIO OF V929 John McConnell joseph Campbell John Hevron Layden Scott James McManus P. C. BYRNE Clmfrman THE SENIORQBALL Donald Grimes M. S. Anderson E. M. Stephens Frank Collins S. A. Herzman P. C. BYRNE, Chairman M. F. Carroll Alice Connell George Drach Maida Bartholomew Rex Blazer Frances McGinnis A. M. King Grace Anderson H. T. I-Ialfpenny Catherine M. Conner King Mcconneu . Carroll Blazer McManus Dmch Anderson Stephens Halfpcnny Hcvron Campbell Grimes Finn do-'SD QT Byrne Connell McGinnis Bartholomew Conner Anderson PAGE .THE ILLICD OF 1929 G. M. Ackerman III Valerin Lambert N. A. Glantz C. H. Miley R. W. Housh Alice IVlcGinty Ruth Parks W. B. Pierce R. T. Saunders 1. R. Locke Gwen Walls Frances Smith IUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE W. G. W. GI os Chairman W. S. Fitzer H. W. Knoll M. K. Miller Elizabeth Lyrle Ethel I-Iull H. H. I-Iartung W. Granata F. Kapple Eleanor I-Iaser Virginia Crave: Grannta Locke Cravcr Kapple Hull HHIUHR Saund r Milcy Knoll Lytle Parks F HOU l1 GE I-'SB QF' Pierce Haser ' Glos IVIcGinty Ackerman Shltll Gl ntz 366 , ,THE mio or 1929 1uN1oR1 PRQM 5 W. G. W. Glos Florence Goodenough UTSIDE the New Gymnasium the blatant squawlc of a taxi broke the spell of that December evening, with its crystal- glistening trees and crescent moon. But not even the strains of jazz could lessen the charm of exotic night in that strange chrysanthe- mum land where Jack Chapman's orchestra 'played before 650 coup- les. Heavy, blue skies, rose moonlight, tuxecloes, ancl taffeta- they macle the Junior Prom. I-'BE PAGE 367 -THE ILLICD OF 1929 SOPHGMORE CGTILLIGN G. E. Baird G. A. Conwell Ruth Franklin Jonques Herman Helen Sawyer J. Y. Cutler C. F. Culley M. C. Finnell E. C. Hoelscher W. F. JACOBS, Chairman W. F. JAcoBs, Chairman Evelyn Telford Jane Cawest L. C. Daugherty W. H. Holden Dorothy Miller W. M. Cameron C. F. Edwards J. Horlock Mary Roberts L. Frances Williamson Conwell Edwards Cutler Hoelscher Cawest Roberts Daugherty Telford Sawyer Finnell Williamson Herman Holden Miller Culley Otteson Jacobs Franklin Baird PAGE 368 WSW 5 . ...s FRESHMAN FRGLIC P. OEERMYER, Chairman F. S. Meigs Ruth Rankin W. F. Lewis W. D. Marshall P. B. Livingston Loretta Sturclyvin G. Berrelsman R. W, Farrell Virginia Marsh P. OBERMYER, Clmirnmn Sl Farrell Meigs Bcrtclsmnn Livingston Lewis Marsh Sturdyvin Rnhkin Marshall 'EV J GE ,THE HUG 0511929 MILITARY BALL H. L. WINTER, Clvairman H. L. Kinne L. McManus C. K. Moore W. R. Whitaker, jr. C. W. Swartz W. L. Collins W. J. English L. B. Sommer B. F. Martin L. H. Hunt R. Crabbs I. R. Linnarcl E. W. Clarlc D. A. Mathews H. S. Hayward, Jr. R. B. Plummer R. A. Hamilton H. E. Ruby, jr. R. Z. Hickman H. L. WINTER, Chairman PAGE 370 Crabbs McManus Clark Martin Hickman Ruby Hunt Hamilton Collins Linnard ' Swartz Plummer Mathews Sommers Whitaker Winter Kinne H3YWll'd Moore QW X THE HUG OF 1929 W ...- PAN HELLENIC FGRMAL I. E. POEHLER, Clmirman K. S. Bullard Louise Brookings W. H. Jones B. Lester H. W. McGrath R. D. Ticknor Alice Rockenbnch Mellm Dunn T. H. Watt H. K. Hale C. W. Swartz N. J. Gundlach T. J. Boodel Lillian Bickforcl Elizabeth Turnell I. E. POEHLER, Chairman Poehlcr Bullard - Hale McGrath Ticlmor Bomnsh Swmz Lester Wm: Davis Rockcnbnch Bickford Turnell jones 4 PAGE 371 v , , . :jill HUG GF 1929- 'mm ,. 1 , .. ,t B. K. JOHNSON Chairman ENGINEERS' DANCE N23 V.E- LNG? B. K. Joi-1NsoN, Chairman R ' ,Q 1 8 f r 'Yi ,,' ' .ff E. M. Stephens G. A. Peacock . QE!" F. H. Beinhauer T. J, Dolan ' U, ,L ' .ln 1 T. K. Greenlee G. M. Kendrick L. V. Leutwiler C. Bayles ' E. L. Smith E. J. Bottomley .13-1 W. B. Sanders H. B. Martin i W. L. Collins L. H. Hull V E. F. Schroeder R. H. Landon ' ' " ?T"l'7 5ff4 K. R. Morris I Peacock Landon Kendrick Baylcs Sanders Stephens Dolan Smith Greenlee Schroeder Leutwiler Beinhauer Collins Mm-rin PAGE 372 QW L 9 THE ILLICD OF l929- AG DANCE H. W. MCGRATH, E. G. Fruin F. C. Campbell L. R. Ross B. C. Fulling K. W. Carr Louise Brookings R. C. Munnecke Chairman Gertrude Day L. A. Reuss Marion Crissey H. O. Hale C. H. Stonberg J. F. Randolph H. E. Tegge :Li ix' 11: 1. ' fy in .4 H. W. MCGRATH, Chairman .,. ..--,,,... Munnccke Ross F:uin REUSS Teggc Cam Pbeu Fuumg McGrath Hale Carr Randolph 635 RSV PAGE THE ILLICD OF I929 MILDRED DAVIS Chairman M I-H I LA MILDRED DAVIS, Chairman Helen Robbins Louise Eovaldi Adele Mernitz Sarah Brinkerhoff N. Barra Anna Louise Jackman P. H. Booth P. D. Giachini H. C. Jones B. Peacock PAGE 374 jones Peacock Booth Giachini Barra Mernitz Eovaldi Davis Robbins Brinkerhoff Jackmann - f.i-'E 1 mf um OF 1929 'mmm' Pan-H ell This Looks Rough Ax-Grinders TTHE ILLICD QF I929 1 I:IIIIllIgIllI1ill!!!nnnI!::.1- m'!g:1:iglj H vii?lllIIiIilllIITllillIn. Il illllllilll InlIl.gg1illff',:2' g . f IIIIJUI if -Y Q HW! my M " ,,I a W X ' M V 'r:'.'fif1 N 1,35 If- 1 n"'!"' '-"" I 'nlllll-'I'vljiwll-!H'.gl:? lu! W' vnu- lil- N W: V':!vggngH:5zij!elKH4r::I:,'s1Zj.5,i,g':ii-il"iI' ,i um l.' 7.ZfZf',, . 1523511g12152IINllwllgflilllgitiigplillizgizillllymgEtlllmllllwlunmfageinm . Il: QW.: ' Q! "" ?1'4F1f5!"g3lf Qf, ,ggQl wif Wi :: . jg Q ' f I IIIiiIiI!I '??ff'yqy'+f fH:"5E1, F1I uIIlI1unlliailII w ml ' ' ' m f ulfmfnflll n WM A LW" ' nf W 4 ,H s lvnunmwumuummmnul if H H 'H"""1wvIlWIIIIWIIINhIlllH1 376 nam EW 5 x X THE HUD OF 1929 ww X U I I x ff f 1 N f f x ff X. A 1. A Y 1' .I QA X457 G -THE ILLIO OF IQZQ- C. H. DAVIS A, AUSTIN HARDING H. M. BORDEN President Director Vice-President OFFICERS A. Aus'riN HARDXNG. ,......... Director DONALD J. HAY ....... Business Manager HAROLD M. Bonner: ....... Vice-President RAYMOND F. Dvomx. . ,Assistant Director Gaoncs C. WlLsoN ............ Librarian L. BRUCE jowss .,,.. ........ S ecretary L. BRUCE JONES ..... . . .Assislant Director CHARLES H. DAVIS ,..... ..... P resident Roasirr B. LYoN .... .... Q uarlermaster HE University of Illinois Band has the largest instrumentation of any similar organization, and many foreign musical compositions have been played in this country for the first time by Director Harding and his cohorts." So says the Chicago Sun- day Tribune of February 26, 1928, in a long article praising the achievements of Prof. A. A. Harding, Director of the Bands since 1906. Five instrumental- music organizations are maintained by the Uni- versity: The Concert Band, the First Regimental Band, the Second Regimental Band, the University Orchestra, and the Second Orchestra. Places in all of the groups are determined on a competitive basis. Service in the bands supplants the two years of re- quired military work. Juniors and Seniors who have attained membership in the Concert or First Regi- ment Bands receive scholarships amounting to the term fees for a year, as required of students who are residents of Illinois. The Regimental Bands and the Second Orchestra develop players for the Concert Band and the Uni- versity Orchestra, where a high standard of efiiciency is required for the more difiicult symphonic num- bers played by these latter organizations. In addition to numerous concerts on the campus, including the popular spring twilight concerts, the Concert Band makes an annual tour of mid-western cities. The Bands also play for the major athletic events. A most varied and unique collection of band instru- ments, and an especially fine collection of band music mark the facilities of the University Band department as the largest and most complete of any in the United States. Lyon Wilson Krone Steimley Neill Hay 'EW PAGE 378 5 Solo B-Flat Clarinet: M. A. McCoy' R. S. Howland F. M. Lescher' F. E. Browning' G. B. Ehnborn' Fir:t B-Flat Clarinet: P. L. Shallenberger' B. F. Harnish C. H. Davis' G. K. Blakeslee' M. W. Farlow R. G. Wells Second B-Flat Clarinet: L. D. Whittaker' W. H. Lichty' F. W. Heineman' R. M. Moon W. R. West' Third B-F lat Clarinet: C. T. Colgren W. L. Cherry W. W. Jenkins M. E. Dean C. E. Wampler ,THE HUG OF 1929 CONCERT BAND Asterisks indicate those who wear the varsity band emblem E-Flat Clarinet W. J. Krencewicz' Alto Clarinet: R. W. World' M. E. Olson Ross Miller Ba:: Clarinet: E. G. Young' M. H. Flowers' Soprano Saxophone L. R. Cook' Alto Saxophone: H. C. Neill' W. L. Kessler' Tenor Saxophone R. W. Phares' Baritone Saxophone C. A. Martin' Ba:: Saxophone H. M. Macklin' Flute: and Piccolo: E. Shaw' H. L. Newcomer' C. E. Ireland' O. W. Munz' R. A. Powers' H. Edmunds F V1 '11 is -2 55 Em Ill 0 71 Oboe: M. T. Krone' C. E. Binkert' J. A. Sullivan K. M. Fagin Engli:h Horn M. T. Krone' H eckelphone R. F. Dvorak' Ba::oon: M. K. Marcus' R. I. Shawl' R. F. Dvorak' Tenor Sarru:ophone M. Serbu Con tra-Ba:: Sarru:ophone Dwight York' Octavin J. S. Bartlum Cello O. G. LaPedus' String Ba:: G. C. Wilson' Timpany P. S. Cousley' Drum: George Kaplan' E. Cizek' L. W. Clift M arimba W. A. Bledsoe' F. R. Bellmar Propertymen O. G. LaPedus' J. G. Black Solo Cornet: R. B. Lyon' R. B. Moorman H. M. Borden' D. J. Hay' Fir:t Cornet: land Fluegel-Horn:J F. M. Vierow' R. F. Thiesse' W. E. Cannon Trumpet: W. E. Wade' M. F. Colgren' K. G. Davis French Horn: Marshall Meyer' H. H. Holscher' Herbert Gutstein' E. H. McGinnis' R. S. Shelton' Truman Richards F. W. Hornberger E. R. Beloof Trombone: R. L. Manville' R. E. Shultis' W. L. Wood H. E. Conant R. L. Moore' Ba:: Trombone: T. F. Rhodes P. R. Spencer Euphonium: R. B. Ford C. M. Hull Baritone: J. B. Tharp' C. A. Handley' E-Flat Ba::e: L. L. Steimley' H. C. Haney' E. G. Rutherford BB-Flat Ba::e: L. B. Jones' Marshall Holt' J. E. Mitchell' H534 PAGE 379 TTHE ILLICD OF I929- RAYMOND F. DVORAK Conductor Flutes and Piccolo: K. E. Klauser R. E. Martinie L. M. Van Tress M. E. Kraft W. J. Zeiter E-Flat Clarinet: C. M. Abrahamson B-Flat Clarinet: Ross Miller J. W. Huss R. M. Hainsfurther C. E. Wampler M. E. Dean D. P. Van Duyn W. F. Doak A. R. Barton Fred Oathout R. W. Hathaway M. E. Olson J. J. Bennett J. R. Colehour . M. G. Murray George Townsend R. N. Borg O. L. Harris C. S. Fischer J. N. Nelson E. J. Ralph E. F. Schaefer L. A. Schmetzer S. D. Severns A. L. Lippert W. W. jenkins R. F. Benedix Irving Eisentstein W. K. Hollis C. R. Lenz G. H. Wier Lawrence Houston E. R. Steeg FIRST REGIMENTAL Bas: Clarinet: E. E. Howe R. E. Lindsey Oboe: K. M. Fagin W. R. Coate C. W. Hubbard Ba::oon O. L. McBride Soprano Saxophone: J. S. Bartlum M. Serbu Alto Saxophone: H. F. Bright J. J. Rea S. F. Ehman R. C. Kremer G. V. Keller H. C. Troch Tenor Saxophone: Isadore Fishman L. G. Nurmi P. H. Warren Baritone Saxophone: G. K. Beebe J. M. Luther Cornet: T. T. Wiley K. G. Davis W. E. Cannon Roster-1927-1928 W. E. Anderle W. R. Vandermark A. M. Hall H. W. Oerman G. C. Blacker B G. . Sproul J. W. Deutch G. F. Meyer L. T. Sampson S. A. Vanderpoorten R. B. Walker C. E. Cessna J. A. Fetterolf French Horn: E. W. Hornberger E. F. Schmidt M. D. Thorn E. R. Beloof G. J. Curzon J. R. Keith W .S. Harris F. R. Bellmar Trombone: P. R. Spencer T. F. Rhodes H. B. Wright N. W. Wilson 1. H. Bassler R. C. Knobloclc N. M. White P. H. Warren H. V. Shertzer R. B. Wilson C. E. Staples Robert Struve Baritone: M. O. Johnson BAND C. E. Hewitt C. E. Arch C. A. Hochman Euphonium H. Alvis C. M. Hull A. O. Lauher J. W. Ballard E-F lat Ba::e: E. I. Bibb P. O. Ritcher W. A. Ganster R. F. Wirth BB-F lat Basses N. W. Wyle C. A. Johnson B. M. Brown M arimba F. V. Tooley C. C. Smith Bas: Drum L. E. Wiley C ymbal: J. M. Finch Snare Drum: Tim Swain C. L. Smith G. T. Sands G. A. Thacker Propertyman C. W. Hubbard PAGE 380 I Eli! -THE ILLID OF V929 Flute: and Piccolo: R. J. West J. R. Shultz C. W. Johnson Benjamin Roush P. J. Warrick B Flat Clarinet: W. Chapin M. Knotts R. Griesheimer P. Honold . J. Porter G. Amold Andrew Mabon P. H. Lewis R. C. Hubbard H. K. Story R. F. Cox H. E. Kearnagham A. O. Sanders E. R. Riebe . L. K. Coons M. S. Ketchum K. H. Lind A. G. Lindberg R. W. Bryant P. B. Geiger H. K. Moulton J. C. Williamson G. D. Commons E. J. Lashmet T. M. Pottinger FUUFPTDP1 E Flat Clarinet L. M. Erenburg Alto C larinel E. A. Smith Soprano Saxophone: S. H. Wickland E. H. Cook H. P. Bitzer SECOND REGIMENTAL BAND Roster-1927-1928 Alto Saxophone: Te R. A. Lundstrom L. G. Fischer G. J. Adams M. J. Stein K. M. North R. K. Reid V. L. Durrstein D. C. Herren L. G. Middleton nor Saxophone: W. J. Painter D. V. Mummert J. W. Winings K. E. Thomas C. L. Esterdahl Baritone Saxophone: J. M. Luther Q mwomms-rnrnmf-if-gavi 2-4 3. 3751: - ' m gugigr-Z 3 5.2 2 'TLS O an su O- cu 9 --Q If rg gi: 9, su 2 2 :L 'C 2 8 D. N Wm W. Soderberg L. Huckins R. Wiegman C. Vance A. Hendricks . W. Dove M. McGuckin . A. Albers . H. Downing W. A. Martin A. H. Ades R. M. Brown C. E. Duncan Jack Macdonald W. H. Rector F. M. Hewitt P. E. Wiese D. K. Shellman J. F. Neiman M. V. Liesenfelt W. R. Marston . W. Perdue '-I Horn: R. W. Price E. C. Bucher G. G. Burroughs R. C. Cathcart B. L. Ghent K. W. Anderson W. A. Hutchinson A. L. Coleman J. A. Abney R. O. Derby S. B. York O. R. Bantz Bruce 'Smith A. C. Fries C. E. Finn F. R. Mills E. H. Runden Baritone: W. R. Hartman R. N. Gsell F. C. Hoff W. P. Polk Trombone: M. A. Miller J. W. Kochendorfer H. C. Warren W. S. Hertz S. Collins D. R. Poor D. A. Vespa M. A. Dewey L. Perrottet H. D. Koeller J. H. Muntz E. E. Groves M. O. Evans M. A. Pond Lynn Wikle E. C. Goebel D. D. Hershey Euphonium I. C. Slonneger E. E. Seedorf R. D. Moore E-F lat Ba::e: P. L. Bedinger J. B. Lennon Ellis Bonnell T. R. Hopkins R. L. Velde L. E. Belshaw W. T. Neiman L. BRUCE JONES Conductor BB-F lat Basse: I. C. Gromoll R. W. Queen J. W. Blodgett R. F. Becker Bax: Drum: and C ymbal: R. E. Porter B. P. Spann K. W. Mills ' Snare Drums W. A. Andresen G. M. Hoy A. L. Fay T. E. Reynolds C. C. Buchanan Henry Distelhorst D. E. Hyde Propertymen E. R. Wiegman B. M. Carothers KW! Q PAGE 381 ,THE ILLIO OF l929- First Tenor Morton Waterman RAY DVORAK Pfoff Benjamin Director 1 MEN S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS RAYMOND F. DvoRAK ...... ,.,,,,4,,,, D ireemr KENNETH G, Mon-roN ,.,.. . .. . .Businesx Manager ROBERT BENJAMIN .... . . ,A ...,. President Ltoro D. PEoFE ,.....,.. . . Secretary VERNON D. EVANS .,., ,.,, V ice-President ELMER A. WATERMAN ....... Librarian MEMBERS . . R. C. Vanclervocrt G. E. Park F. R. Henrekin R. Benjamin W- B- Beslel' W. H. Zimmerli L. D. Pfoff F. C. Hoff W. C. Beutner A. W. Black M. C. Cahill N. H. Davis S. H. Dorsey M. H. Flowers M. A. Koeller K. A. Larsen A. L. Logan K. G. Morton A. J. Neill G. W. Peters E. D. Sanderson A. R. Sherwood, jr. Accompanist H. M. Macklin Second Tenor K. W. Anderson W. R. Auble H. B. Binnington L. G. DeMotte V. D. Evans B. K. Hogshead L. E. LaPlante E. H. McGinnis W. A. Martin E. T. Reeder N. W. Wilson E. A. Carlson H. W. Neely H. C. Luders Soloist R. B. Lyon First Bass R. K. Arundale G. R. Dayton F. F. Fardig H. S. Hayward Sec C. H. Humes H. W. Kidder J. E. Lattan H. F. McClellan R. E. Middleton F. R. Moon L. V. Peterson E. P. Steinberg E. A. Waterman J. R. Webb ond Bass L. L. Abbott R. Burton G. Chapman P. B. Geiger H. C. Haney H. M. Heimbaugh K. J. Howard D. A. Miller W. C. Odle R. Ocey C. F. Ruch E. E. Seidman L. F. Spencer E. A. Springer Dorsey Park Flowers Sherwood Henrekin Spencer Ruch Koeller Lyon Anderson Haney Macklin Moon Hayward Black Handley DeMorte Beutner Steinberg Middle ton Kidder Heimbaugh Evans Hogshead Waterman Morton Dvorak Benjamin Fardig Springer Pfolf A 'SML PAGE 382 5 LTHE ILLIO OF l929L Freese Hackemnck RUSSELL H- MILES Brune Schweitzer Director W OMAN'S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS RUSSELL HANCOCK MILES. . , . ,.... Director ELE.xNon SCHWEITZEII ..,. ........,.. T reasurer RUTH FREESE ........... ....... P resident HELEN BRUNE ........ .. , .Business Manager GLADYS RUTH MILLER .... .... V ice-President HARMET LYON .... ..... A ccompanisl HELEN HACKEMACK ..... ...... S ecretary ANGELA PETESCH ,.., ..... L ibmrian A MEMBERS First Soprano Elizabeth Aldrich Winnifred Beresford Eleanor Conley Marjory Golden Ruth Habermeyer Ruth Jeter Kathryn Morrow Mary Powell Mary Randles Eleanor Schweitzer Lucille Smiley Florence Grunclin Bernice Stephens Virginia Weigel Helene Weeclman Nell McDonough Second Soprano Pricilla Adams Helen Brune Olive Combs Doris Danks Ruth Freese Margaret Graves Helen Green Lorena Brune Libby Gordon Dorothy Hall Lucille Leporte Eleanor Lonek Fir Kathrine Shoemaker Marietta Zeigler xt Alla Bernice Bott Margaret Donaldson Maurine Hertz Cornelia Miller Agnes Sanger Gladys Millar Jeanette Walker Grace Walker Second Alto Kathryn Allen Helen Hackemack Gladys McCoy Stella McLeisch Angela Petesch Helen McDonald Marion Thomas Leona Westerlancl Smiley H G. Walker Mm-ww Golden Combs Danks Shoemaker Randlcs LaPorte Gordon Greene'-,, - 'gl Wesrerland Ziegler Millar Allen Bott Songer Hertz McCoy Beresford Weeclman ., Aldrich Adams Jeter Hal-"efm2Y2l' MacDonald Hall Graves Stephens Donaldson Powell J. Walker Lyon Hqqkgmagk Millar Schweitzer Miles Freese Brunc Petesch Lonek Conley F3 'han PAGE 3 THIE ILLIO OF V929 Violins G. R. Hess Bernice R. Bott Dorothy Hall C. A. Hochman Ruth Parker Sylvia B. Wechsler Mrs. Helen J. Kurt A. A. HARDING Director UNIVERSITY GRCHESTRA Vi V ROSTER 1927-1928 ALBERT Ausrm I-IARDING ...,.....,,...,....,.. .Conductor WALTER LAIULAW RoosA, ., ...,. Associate Conductor W. W. Jenkins O. C. Ponto Jack Steinkeller alas S. H. White E. L. Davidson S. C. Hussey Basses L. L. Steimley E. Schultz E. C. Wascher Flutes O. W. Munz R. H. Edmunds Bassoons M. K. Marcus R. I. Shawl R. F. Dvorak Horns H. H. Holscher M. J. Serbu Axfel Sheets iixomer Truman Richards D. M. Reno .lean E- Nelsfm I' l Herbert Gutstein G. C. W'l afmeff M. D. Th K. B. Boifljn C6155 G L P d M- A- MCCOY om Mrs. Theodore Abe Alia lslifhginan G' B' Ehnbom 4 B. F. Dickinson ' . Obg 5 T7'l4mP4?f5 B D R k Margaret Rallsback .IEA S ll. R B L . . osena . . u ivan . . yon B. P. Blackard Piano M. T. Krone F. M. Vierow Mrs. Ruth M. Marsh Nathan Fadim Sylvia E. Eppenstein R. B. Moorman Trombones R. L. Manville R. B. Ford R. E. Shultis Tuba J. E. Mitchell Percussion George Kaplan P. S. Cousley E. J. Cizek W. A. Bledsoe Librarian B. P. Blackard I-'BA PAGE 384 -THE ILLIO Oi V929 FREDERIC B. STIVEN Direclor OFFICERS Pnoifssson R. I. SHAWL . , . ....... Prexident Pkomssson LLOYD Money .,.,.,.... Treasurer ELIZABETH BUCK .,..... .... V ice-President NELSON WYLE ......... .... A srirtant Treasurer NELSON WYLE ...,.. ....... S ecretary Fnrsosaic B. STIVEN ..,.. .,...,..... D irector EXECUTIVE BOARD Dean C. E. Chadsey Director P. L. Windsor Mrs. Mabel Carlock Mrs. M. S. Bryant HE University Choral Society is the largest choral organization on the campus. The member- ship numbers two hundred. Of this number the majority are students, although there are faculty members and musicians from the community in suf- ficient numbers to form a permanent nucleus of the chorus. The Society gives three concerts each year. This season the annual Christmas performance of F. T. johnson Ruth Freese Walter L. Roosa Kenneth Morton I-Iandel's "Messiah" was given in December. In Jan- uary the Society gave a performance of the oratorio "The Dream of Gerontius," by Sir Edward Elgar, with Lambert Murphy of New York City as guest soloist. In May the Society gave Coleridge-Taylor's "Hiawatha," with orchestral accompaniment. Direc- tor Frederic B. Stiven of the School of Music is the conductor of the organization. QT KI!-D PAGF3 THE ILLICD OF N929 jl 1 , " - in IL, ,, w f J wr +1 M13 2'1W me 1 Ru -if ' M 'H I 1 xllq ' ' HL L 'wjrp' M 1 Q1 M51 W '5 'y ,fm s Sz: 1 inf 'W' JI? N,-1 Wk' :F i IW 'JI QQ E wx' T1 i u',,nH5 ,,"n mari, JL IB r H -4 ' ' ',!N 5: n Q X113 IW' an W I Q! ' w ,-n g ' W 'N MIL. 'IQ , v in -1 n my IMI! lllHl!U! 1!f::!L!,!,M lf, 'IQ ! yu .nu If QQ ? ml il N if I'llIIIIllIllIIlllmlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllIIllllllIIlllllllIlllllulllllllllllllllll ...lllllllilliuunsgy . ' 386 535 THE ILLIO OF I929 5 Q X l ff I X L T A Y BX if X X if may STAFF ASSISTANTS Lf- HOHY Lt. Lewis J THE LHC OF I929 WM. T. MERRY Col. Inf. U. S. A. Commandant NDER the Act of Congress, june 3, 1916, the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at the University of Illinois. It has now grown to a reinforced brigade containing nearly all branches of the service. Two courses in military training are offered to the students. The basic course trains a man in the fundamental work and fits him for the position of sergeant or corporal in the Organized Reserves at the end of his two years of work. The advanced course is a continuation of the basic course, but a man with a certain prescribed military history may enter without the basic course as a prerequisite. From the advanced course come our cadet officers who rank up to, and include, the cadet colonel and are given rank and advanced as rapidly as ability and diligence permit. UNITED STATES ARMY OFFICERS I PAGE 388 655 JHE ILLIO OF 1929 H. L. WINTER Student Colonel HE six branches included in the reinforced brigade consist of Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery, Engineers, Air Service, and Signal Corps. The men are given an extensive and inten- sive training in the unit in which they belong and a brief resume of the work of other branches. A summer training period of six weeks is offered at which the embryo officer may put into practice the theoretic work learned throughout the school year. Upon the completion of the two-year advanced course, the men are given commissions by the government as second lieutenants in the Organized Reserves. The rise in rank may continue from there, depend- ing upon the amount of time and interest the men may have to place upon their military work. MILITARY DAY REVIEW BRIGADE STAFF Col. Winter Lt. Col. Kinne Lt. Col. McManus 635 PAGE 389 f THE ILLIO OF i929 Lt. Lewis Lt. Price Lt. Mallory Maj. Magruder Maj. Brady Lt, March Lt. Col. Summers ----...nm ARTILLERY CADET OFFICERS ARTILLERY Scenes at Camp S parta, Wisconsin GE3 Ei? if asm v ' THE ILLICD GF 1929 1 l Lt. Co CAVALRY Action F t. Sheridan CAVALRY CADET OFFICERS , Lt. Col. Smith Capt. Palmer Capt. Baird Capt. Collins Lt. Sullivan Lt. Johnston l. Whittaker QT PAGE 3 ' -THE ILLICD OF 1929 Capt. Innis Capt. Kramer Mai. Sarratt Capt. Burney Capt. Kellogg Lt' Col' Hnyw R INFANTRY Quiet Hours df Ft. Sheridan N PAGE 392 H. I KW ,THE ILHO OF V929 Capt. Vaughan ENGINEERS ...E ENGINEER CADET OFFICERS EW 393 mIHE HMO OF 1929 Capt. Parsons Tuning up at Ft. Sheridan Summer Camp I I f a A iv, 'fad Lt. Col. Schw SIGNAL CORPS CADET OFFICERS SIGNAL CORPS PACE 394 635 . THE ILIIO OP I929 AIR SERVICE Lt. Col. Moore AIR SERVICE CADET OFFICERS 695 39K THE ILLICD OF V929 1 .Him pm SJW THE HUG OF i929 X f H XX N 0 Cf 5 x ff x ff x X xx I X ,THE ILLIO OF V929 SCI-IOLASTIC HONORS . . , lx . , Q. UNIVERSITY TABLET ACH year the Univer- sity of Illinois rewards the members of the graduat- ing class, who, during their junior and senior years have sustained excellence in schol- arship, by casting their names on a bronze tablet which is placed in the Ad- ministration Building. -- ea I l l if li., THE SKULL THE SACHEM TROPHY AND CRESCENT CUP Skull and Crescent fraternity awards a cup at the beginning of each semester to the national social fraternity that has made the highest scholastic average for the preceding semester. Alpha Kappa Lambda was awarded the cup for the fall semester, 1927. PAGE 398 EW! The Sachem Sorority is awarded to che social fraternity having the greatest num- ber of scholastic points which are compiled on the scholastic average basis and the greatest number of scholastic points as compared to the preceding semester. Phi Kappa Tau won the trophy for the fall semester of 1927. Q WTHE ILLIO OF 1929. ENGINEERING HONORS NCE a year, to two seniors, who have maintained all-around excel- lence, Professor Ira O. Balcer has endowed S75 and 525, for f1rst'and second place, respectively, and a bronze - tablet on which their names are placed. In 1927, the prizes were won by Gerald M. Magee, first, and Harry E. Schlenz, second. 4- . IRA O. BAKER PRIZE ARCHITECTURAL HONORS IEW' I , 'X IJ? if 'rzgif I- i if ,- Lfw "ff . 'L-TL f I 5 Fifi: ra fi. illfi 1' I 3, 1 yt ' . Sw fflf , Q17 . . O il in ,ww in 1 1145 lxq 'W Ixifmx xi 15 ,11 5.93 Ns I-I-'1'1ba'J,o -I: - -',s,.R 'TT' lg i1.', 'V yi lli1,',',fQ "xii i'1-S' 'Y-'AIX "Q .1 .- Xb, xx N xf 317, ,QA X43 THE AMERICAN THE INSTITUTE SCARAB MEDAL OF ARCHITECTURE MEDAL 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 scholarship in all the work' during the course, the purpose being to prevent over-specialization in design. The medal was won by John Rowland in 1927. E539 Q IN ARCHITECTURE Scarab, professional architectural fra- ternity, olfers each year an award in the form of the Scarab Medal to the student in the College of Architecture who sub- mits the best solution to a problem in architectural design. The medal was awarded to Walter B. Sanders in 1927. PAGE 399 THE ILLIO OF V929 ARCHITECTURAL HONORS THE FRANCIS J. PLYM FELLOWSHIP IN ARCHITECTURE I-IROUGI-I the generosity of Mr. Francis to the fellowship is one thousand dollars. The win Plym, of Niles, Michigan, a graduate of the ner is required to spend a year of study and travel University of Illinois of the class of 1897, the in Europe. The fellowship is awarded annually by trustees have established a fellowship for the ad- competition in architectural design. Won in 1927 by vanced study of architecture. The stipend attached F. H. Naegele. y --zbifiliri A L 1 s ' -f 1: 4.1 5 1' E 7 pd In I .vt 'Tub J if., 1,5 hm ' . 'ff .Q If gf 6 0 I I Wdxf:jf2,'l' ' ..,-id, I ,. fy' THE HAZELTON PRIZE MEDAL 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 award is made for excellence in military appearance, erectness in carriage, neat- ness in dress, and for excellence in the execution of the school of the soldier, without arms and without numbers. The medal was awarded in 1927 to Wal- lace Wickman. MILITARY HONORS r n M FTE Wi . THE UNIVERSITY GOLD MEDAL The University Gold Medal is awarded annually by the Board of 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 of scholar- ship both in Military Science and in his other school work, and he must show a thorough knowl- edge of the other details as in the requirements for the Hazelton Medal. Robert Z. Hickman won the medal in 1927. 535 PAGE 400 THE ILLICD OF i929 PHI BETA KAPPA Founded, William and Mary Cgllgge, 1776 Ninety-nine Active Chapters Gamma of Illinois, Established 1907 S. B. Adsit Kathryn Allen W. R. Arrington Sylvia Bach Marian Baker Laura Beach 'Pauline Beatty P. R. Beier C. H. Bennett Ruth Blount C. H. Blumenfeld Virginia Butler Margaret Burns Dorothy Butts J. E. Charles F. S. Comer Ruth Connor Lillian Conrad Norma Contratto E. B. Danzeison Frances Ferguson R. G. Finn 3133 """"i RYE" ' J Z l f -...-A 1. an ..- a i'D"'Z Z-" 'f X 5. as LA.. L" - fx UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS Katherine Fox J. J. Gibbons J. C. Gotschall A. Hoffman Dorothy Hubbell A. S. Hyman H. W. Knerr Reva Kramer H. S. Lappen Lois Lucas Julia Lyons Helen McClelland Genevieve McConnell Helen Melvin R. C. Murphy H. E. Nelson Lorene Pacey J. G. Porter Winifrecl Rhoades Helen Robbins M. Satin Jeannette Schiffer Bernadyne Shuman Vida Trager Elizabeth Turnell Alice Williams H. B. Wissman Irene Zack Martha Ziegler Phyllis Alexander Maurine Baker M. Clarke Mabel Deere R. Z. Hickman F. L. Kirgis E. S. Leimbacher Grace Lockhart Emily Martin Marian Martin J. F. Miller Norman Watson Anne Weatherford PAGE 401 mm'--.-'Wm , ,,,. ,A , g Q,.,,,,m,,,h,,.,,,.,M..., .. ,. , . .,,-..,...,..,,,. .,,.T..,. . , , .,,. V..,.f.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,.,.,,.k..,-,f'-,4-,-.-un.-m.svmu1. 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Each year as the number of organizations, social, honorary or professional, increases, we hear voices lifted against the expanse of organizations whose sole function is the "award- ing of a key as the only fruit of membership." Perhaps the acquisition of a fine set of keys is itself an achievement. But only because a group of serious minded individuals seeks mutual benefit through meeting as a group is the form of a society adopted. Whether the thing be "to advance the art of radio communication" or "to promote a spirit of brotherhood," there is a common pur- pose and common achievement. The only extra- curricular activity of many is membership in campus societies. This we believe to be enough. For convenience of the fair sex we include fraternities. THE IHIO OF 1929 V '4 1 fi X EV X F TE Nl MS X mr ' W A ff XG' ,LQ erm, MW: , fy 4577, ., 'lf MEEQ . :1 af: cf? K ff" . J. K' yr? THE ILLIO OF Acacia . . . Alpha Chi Rho . Alpha Chi Sigma . Alpha Delta Phi . Alpha Epsilon Pi . Alpha Gamma Rho . Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Rho Chi . . Alpha Sigma Phi . Alpha Tau Omega . Anubis ..... Beta Kappa . . Beta Psi . . Beta Sigma Psi . Beta Theta Pi . Chi Beta . Chi Phi . . Chi Psi . . Chi Tau . . . College Hall . . . Cosmopolitan Club . Delta ..... Delta Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Pi . . Delta Chi .... Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Phi .... Delta Sigma Lambda Delta Sigma Phi . . Delta Sigma Pi . Delta Sigma Tau . Delta Tau Delta . Delta Theta Phi . . Delta Upsilon . . Farm House . . . Gamma Pi Upsilon . Granada .... Illini Hall . . . Ilus ...... Kappa Delta Rho . Kappa Sigma . . Kappa Tau Beta . . F RATE RU ITY 659059 . 422 Kappa . 444 . 425 . 439 . 453 426 457 . 440 . 427 . 413 . 447 . 477 . 471 . 476 . 416 Phi Pi . 421 Phi . 434 . 435 . 486 . 489 Sigma . 428 Sigma . 484 V Sigma 465 Sigma . 488 Sigma . 466 Sigma 418 Sigma . 454 Sigma 475 Sigma . 451 . 464 . 470 . 408 . 478 Theta . 420 Theta Q 442 f Theta 458 Theta . 491 Theta . 490. Theta . 423 Theta . 459 . 410 . 463 PAGE 406 DE 1929- IHDEX Lambda Alpha Lambda . Lambda Chi Alpha . . Omicron Alpha Tau . Omega Beta Pi . . Phi Delta Theta . . Phi Epsilon Pi . Phi Gamma Delta . Phi Kappa . . Phi Kappa Psi . Phi Kappa Sigma . Phi Kappa Tau . Phi Mu Delta Phi Nu Beta . Phi. .. Sigma Kappa . Pi Kappa Alpha . Pi Kappa Phi . Psi Upsilon . . Alpha Epsilon . Alpha Mu . Chi . . . Delta Rho . Mu Sigma . Nu .... Phi Epsilon . . Phi Sigma . Pi... Tau Delta Phi . Tau Delta Tau . Tau Epsilon Phi . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . Alpha . Chi . . . K Delta Chi . i Kappa Nu . Kappa Phi . . Upsilon Omega . Xl ..... Triangle . . Zeta Beta Tau . Zeta Psi . . ,THE ILLIO OF V929 INTERFRATERNITY COUNC I L Delta Tau Delta M. B. Morse Sigma Chi E. C. Fisher Kappa Sigma V. A. Wicse Phi Kappa Sigma L. H. Ryan Phi Delta Theta R. A. Fox Alpha Tau Omega W. H. Jones Phi Gamma Delta H. K. Hale Sigma Alpha Epsilon J. B. Campbell Beta Theta Pi B. J. Conibear Sigma Nu W. B. Sanders Delta Kappa Epsilon R. Reitsch Phi Kappa Psi T. F. O'Connell Delta Upsilon C. Coffel Chi Beta F. C. Hartmann Acacia C. R. Miller Ilus C. A. Willard Triangle W. S. Fitzcr Alpha Chi Sigma A. G. Forrest CHARLES H. DAVIS. WILLIAM H. JONES STANLEY J. Sci-1RoM RALPH C. RENO .... FRANK M. COLLINS EDGAR W. CLARK . Established 1911 OFFICERS . . . . . .President . . . .Vice-President . . . ..... ...... S ecretary . . . . . Treasurer., First Semester Treasurer, Second Semester MEMBERS . ...... Sergeant-at-A rms Alpha Gamma Rho H. W. McGrath Alpha Sigma Phi G. G. Baron Sigma Pi ' G. R. Valbert Theta Delta Chi R. D. Ticknor Zeta Psi D. R. Grimes Phi Sigma Kappa N. J. Guncllach Psi Upsilon R. S. Blazer Chi Phi I. E. Poehlcr Chi Psi W. W. Hall Phi Kappa R. G. Finn Tau Kappa Epsilon P. Simmons Zeta Beta Tau A. Bomash Alpha Delta Phi M. G. Cook Alpha Rho Chi G. Yoclcey Omega Beta Pi W. J. Copeland Farm House B. C. Fulling Lambda Chi Alpha C. Wittenberg Alpha Chi Rho R. C. Murphy Phi Kappa Tau E. E. Dicrlcing Theta Chi H. L. Winter Anubis C. R. Miller Pi Kappa Alpha B. K. Johnson Sigma Phi Epsilon E. W. Clark Sigma Alpha Mu N. A. Miller Delta Sigma Phi W. G. Jourdan Sigma Phi Sigma R. E. Bard Delta Phi R. F. Goddard Phi Epsilon Pi S. Herzman Tau Delta Tau F. E. Quindry Alpha Kappa Lambda C. H. Dykcma Gamma Pi Upsilon R. W. Fisher Kappa Delta Rho C. W. Johnson Pi Kappa Phi W. T. Wooley Theta Alpha R. L. Jacobs Theta Xi W. E. Shotwell Kappa Tau Beta F. M. Keller Delta Sigma Pi M. J. Rose Delta Alpha Epsilon F. M. Collins Delta Chi E. L. De Costed Phi Mu Delta D. E. Peterson Theta Kappa Phi C. J. Coash Phi Pi Phi P. A. Ballmch Delta Sigma Tau H. E. Rittenhouse Beta Psi E. G. Nolan Theta Upsilon Omega L. K. Oesterling Phi Nu Beta L. E. La Plante Delta Sigma Lambda C. W. Swartz Beta Sigma Psi V. W. Biglcr Beta Kappa T. H. Watt Sigma Mu Sigma V. G. Politsch Theta Kappa Nu R. L. Koehler Chi Tau R. M. Peterson Delta Alpha Pi O. E. Wagner Collins Cl, ,lc Reno Davis Schrom Jones . 695 PAGE 407 AAAA Edgar J. Townsend, Ph.D. Martin Prucha, Ph.D. Frank Smith, A.M. John E. Hevron Madison B. Morse Guy V. Kellar Loren L. Cluster Allan D. Welch Charles S. Goodall Parke H. Daugherity Floyd C. Phillips Harold S. Hershman Glen J. McGowan Warren L. Wood William T. Foster Founded, Bethany College, 1859 Seventy Active Chapters Beta Upsilon Chapter Established 1872 302 East John Street rx. -.,.., 'X Ql ,J AAAAAA DELTA TAU DELTA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Oscar W. Cagann, M.S. Kendrick C. Babcock, Ph.D William Colwell Frank Footit, A.B. Phineas Windsor, Ph.D. George Schwartz, Mus.B. Robert F. Seybolt, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senior: Kittredge Brown Paul R. Bush Ralph C. Walter Rexton S. Rainey juniors Henry C. Lucas Hampden C. Judson William C. Ieuter Frank E. Wardecker Soplvomores Alder L. Lawerence Gordon M. Hildebrand William S. Barnhart Samuel E. Dean John Phillips Charles C. Buchanan William C. Caton Freshmen Edward E. Liese William S. Mauck Charles R. Walter Harry E. Witherell Paul H. Hughes Robert M. Russell Froelich G. Rainey Theodore C. Hesmer Edmund G. Mitchell John W. Evans Walter G. Scott Henry C. Cole Francis M. Hewitt, Jr. J. Freeland Harold . Q .r .gif :viii Hesmer Brown Morse R. Rainey Bush R. Walter Berg Cilgilfm Hevron Judson Daugheriry Mauck Cluster Lucas Ir-uter F. Rainey Wardecker Welch Evans Lawerence Cole Hcrshman Barnhart C. Walter Dean Hildebrand F. Phillips Goodall Liese Scott Witherell Mitchell Russell Foster McGowan Hughes Wood Harold Hewitt Buchanan Phillips Caton PAGE 408 ,rf .ff ,, Q 5 T24 Q wx Q . ,fs , A N' t . f QP: X ' f V r 1 '-lf. Founded, Miami University, 1855 Eighty-six Active Chapters Kappa Kappa Chapter Established 1881 410 East John Street he-ag, , Ei., '1 il f .-'JJQM D. H. Carnahan, Ph.D. J. B. Shaw, M.S., D.Sc. Charles F. Duvall Stephen B. Adsit William B. Kent Forest H. Lindsay Herbert F. Depke William T. Cameron Glen E. Baird Alfred C.'Danely Bernard E. Malstrom William A. Ganster Charles W. Reeve Charles S. Faulkner Ben F. Harris, III '1'f"'. 'Eu X 1 I", SIGMA CHI MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. Gladwin Thomas, A.B. Rupert S. Croft, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY John W. Browning Walter F. Shattuck John A. Kiedaisch, Jr. Edward F. Thompson, Hall M. Macklin Albert G. Tuxhorn, Jr. Garland Hunt Ralph M. Thompson William E. Peristy Fred L. Wham, Jr. J Seniors Juniors Sophomore: F rexbmen William J. English Mason G. Rapp John H. Gilmore John G. M. Leisenring, Jr. Charles E. Dodson William B. Brown Newton M. Cunningham Thomas A. Graham, Jr. John H. Thomas, Jr. Robert W. Goldwater Ir' ru-sw.-Wu., .W John A. Ramsey, A.B. Edwin C. Fisher Edwin D. Barrett Irving J. Blackhall, Jr. Kermit L. Megee Phillip W. Baddelcy Harry E. Fuller Daniel Dalziel Hugh F. Owens Peter Obermeyer --.--.---..,v.....-w.5e.Wfu.--ual: - -- - - --H - 6 r w we s 5 I p ,AA -K ll - -- - """""""""-if Y ' - -- Y-Sv ' ,Y ,,..-,.,,,..,,..i ,,,,, , -.,.,.,.,1ff, ---f '- Kent Shattuck Browning Barren: Dyas Adsir English Duvall Fisher Blggkl-ull Kiedaisch Depke Gilmore Leisenring M2822 Th0mP50n Cameron Lindsay Rapp Fuller Ganster Dalziel Brown Macklin Baddelcy Malstrom Hunt Cunningham Dodson Tuxhorn Baird Peristy Faulkner Harris R. Thompson Owens Reve Thomas Wham Goldwater Graham Obermeyer Y K4 j M 2 ilk -k::?',:,',:,Ya'. Y Y .1 PAGE 409 - .-vw-f-ew.-.. F i i l A :1 i is , -i fy, ""'i'lFJ"Z5' .,. '5 ig lift! liil 5.3 M it M .......................,.,.......a..-........ -. . 'ew , fsrfv -L f, !miL"f:' f' v if i':iriifQsvfii.2:i'::.1:. x gfwa fy "' fi -. ea, lg. if GAJMEBS Carl Lundgren, B.S. Ivan Wright, Ph.D. Clarence E. Mullilcen Virgil A. Wiese Ralph C. Roeslce Edward L. Diener Weldon W. Mullilcen james R. Needham John C. Ramsey Paul E. Wiese William P. Standard John H. Hidy Charles F. W. Kuhne I ij ' Founded, . ,-Q 'Q ' -A University of Virginia, l869 nf.'3-451327. . 0 One Hundred Five Active .,3?:?q 6 lla Chapters "JN 1 Alpha Gamma Chapter i-'62 lf Q I If Established iam ' H ZIZ East Daniel Street li .U Nwwiwwwwwwaaewawre 'Ci Q r ug.. cvaidff, A ,, .1 f .Li in I' s,5'p3'.3,f' mmf Vf x hm,L,. ,,, - s , v KAPPA SIGMA C. H. Fernald, B.S., M.B.A. H. F. Moore, M.M.E., D.Sc. C. V. Donovan, B.P. S. W. Hall, B.S. C. E. Bradbury, B.F.A. Capt. L. C. Parsons, B.E.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senior: George A. Huff, Jr. Stewart S. Howe Leonard O. Dobbins Richard A. Hyatt Wilson B. Parriort Edward S. Hoit juniors Sophomore: Charles F. A. Behrensmeyer Ralph T. Moloney George C. Cole Fred Heimlicher Paul F. Schlicher Freshmen John B. Seavey Milton H. Decker Robert M. Gmelich Thilo M. Best Byrl H. Otey Lionel C. Ball Carl H. Bergeson Everett A. Shurr Gordon D. Gill Brinton F. McDermott James B. Hapeman ,,,,.,.,.. .., M... . .. ..,. .-.. - - , ,Jig ,lll...g L, Clare L. Thomas, A.B. L. T. Brown, A.M. J. E. Amos, A.B. John S. Taylor George H. Turner Charles M. Chumley, Jr Alf Thorp Frederick R. Mathis Charles A. Hill Charles F. Turner Robert T. Rees Ronald S. Manley law.uri-wt..a..iii-waaaww. , ,, ,, W5 Wil ff ga Qi'1.i9i 1 "ith, Iijiiijigni-Q W wig' 5 , - 1- W ,... I' Naive? MU If , ", 532 J . ...V 1.1 .4Q'.1.:'i 4l.7'W" A' l is-I 'I 4 . War- 3 1. v:'i't'u1. UNIT hx . Y- H l 211' ,wana A, . '-gf" 31-55. f I Aa all , 4 " .,.,5.n,,, . XM, riliifi A,-Liq1':,i3lIl. ' ' v' mu .e' . WHFWWM R zii ' fl i fliyi - , 1, lwmga. mam. ea ai 5. ma-L.. uf- . Mathis Hoit Needham Reining: Bioin Behrensmeyer Hyggg 'X Schlichet Hill Ramsey Ball Otey Martin W. Mulliken R. Cole Moloney Gmelich Parriott Q "' Decker Roeske Dobbins Taylor Howe V. Wiese C. Mulliken Seavey Dienet G, Turner Begg Hidy Kuhne Shurr Gill Standard C. Turner McDermott Bergeson Hlpeman Heimlicher P. Wiese . .W u it I - - F- -- ---A-1----w - PAGE 410 Q . v.-. . LQ,.f...i .. , . . , . H.. -. ....,- ., 1,..,..r.. .... ,H.........es,....-L... .. . Founded. University of Pennsylvania 1850 Thirty-Five Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established l892 3l3 East Chalmers Street , .ff5,Lr ,i Q-,,N.M...,+ , Q .1 I , . N ., 'i ' - i 4 ,I i Sk, v A .M .ik ' . il I ,- f V 'X .. -. 1 ' 1 .4 1 , . WR pf . i 4, L, 4. .. If we I " - -. A PHI KAPPA SIGMA 'X .5 ,nw I f 'fr fs f "1 Arthur R. Crathorne, Chris S. Rhodes, B.S. Lawrence H. Ryan Frank Kapple, jr. Robert G. Moeller Carl Keith, Jr. Elden Priebe Kenneth A. Smith William J. Poggensee H. Herndon Leathers Fred C. Hartz rx ,,, f s K Ph.D. Paul N. Landis, Ph.D. Al'fl1Ur C. Willard, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Leonard L. Mulhall George E. Symons juniors F. Raymond Bowen Andrew C. Lenz Sam K. Jones George G. Hannah Soplzomores Willard C. Thompson Joseph M. Bosenbury john C. Smith Robert A. Wood Freshmen William O. Wright Gus Olson Marcellus Rink William Meteer Albert H. Gadient Robert Nixon Berger Olson Tage Topp .-.f..... ... .,-..,... .,.... ,.. ...H .......-.......... ...,,...-.......-..-.---1 ...ws-.............-.. . ...... M... .. -.. .... .,.. ..,.. . . ..-... ...... . .................-....Mo-.......r.,.....4...,.....,.........- M.. -..H .. .. .. ... . .AA-,f-,,,,., ... Q' ,. ,. f, if fum' " I V 1 rf ..-, -i.,e,,..... q-,- . ,N Ni A .f A 5 c .fr . 'Mfr I ' ii. 'l Leland L. Sage, A.B. Milton H. Schcuerman Draper D. Frary Robert P. Dearborn James L. Snyder Royal W. Lynam John H. Clements Donald Yocum 1 . i . X I I . l , . ii ' xxx., .lllbli Eqvxrjrx gifff Il AiQby, .... iii' ,. Moeller Kapple Hlnnlh Symons Ryan Mllllllll Jones Lenz Bowen Frary B. Olson Dearborn Wood J- Smith Bosenhury Scheuerman Keith Nixon Wright Clements G- Olson I-Yhlm Thompson Priebe Snyder Hartz Meme, Poggensee Gadient K. Smith Leathers Rink Yocum PAGE 411 seljfjrhr .,.. 1 11 W..-wr:-...ek , , W ,v 3 Wx: '1 John R. Armstrong, B.S. Neil C. Brooks, Ph.D. Rowland Rathbun Alan R. Chambers Robert W. Shirley Maurice J. Hammond William M. Willett Donald F. Wiley Albert C. Kinney Roland A. Floberg George Burkhart Robert B, Fulton Everett E. Groves , A,.1 3 TT. :V :cunts . Founded, Miami University 1848 1 - - Ninety-six Active Chapters ii Illin ' Eta Chapter Exablishcd 1893 . 309 East Chalmer. Street A 'ii Y ig,-,. 'K PHI DELTA THETA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Harrison E. Cunningham, A.B. justa M. Lindgren, A.M. William A. Oldfather, Ph.D Charles E. Chadsey, Ph.D. George P. Tuttle, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Eugene M. Stephens Edmund W. Gifford John M. Gifford William Fulton Joseph W. McCoy Rodger S. LeMatty Norman K. Heinsen Juniors Franklin W. Fietsch Charles W. Mead John L. Scripps William Grinton Robert Z. Hickman Sophomore: Luther Dearborn Bruce G. Eaton Freshmen Charles W. Campbell John A. Lansden Paul H. Briggs Russell D. Ward Fred L. Johnston Joseph E. Diver George E. Hull William R. Ward Robert A. Fox James Beaman Herbert W. Hurd Joseph H. Taylor Robert Brown Keith Gordon Lane Eldred .-..,...,v... ... . . -..-...-.. ,......, .... C N Em. ll , ' P'--v------v 1--if-.-Q-AM-M-..:: ---...:.r4:.:..1: , ,. ,, , , , ,...... ,Y , Y ,vw ,-, , . V . ,.-v- . C529 FE Beaman Eldred Johnston R. Fulton Campbell Lansden Briggs Diver Gm-don R. Ward Burkhart Hickman J. Gilford W... Brown Floberg Dearborn Taylor LeMatty Burke Eaton Wiley W. Fulton Hurd Kinney Heinsen Fietsch wp' Grinton Hammond McCoy Chambers E. Gilford Stephens Fox Rathbun Hull Shirley W, Wa,-d Mead Willett A . -i" ', f- -wr mn- f -'M-A Q :ef I V PAGE 412 a',, ., ., ., Founded, U: Y' - Virginia Military f-, "ml ,ff Institute, 1865 5 ' F. Ninety Active Chapters a - ' na: , ' : Illinois Gamma Zeta Chapter ' ff Established 1895 -' ' ' 405 East John Street 5 I x Roger Adams, Ph.D C. L. Allen, A.B. A. G. Anderson, M. John S. Grier Arnold 1. Doescher Frederick S. Coombs Thomas A. Gillen Carroll T. Culley Robert O. Erisman Weldon R. Coate Walter B. Booth Oscar Ogg E. Harold Ennis S., wmv. t - ..-.- ALPHA TAU GMEGA T. A. Clark, B.L., Litt.D. B. S. Hopkins, Ph.D. A. S. Colby, Ph.D. H. L. Newcomer, A.B., B.S. C.E. A. L. Hjortland, A.B. N. A. Weston, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY John D. How Roger E. Hammaker William J. Lowitz Charles P. Spear' Adelberr C. Doescher Ben F. Rose Fred B. Marshall Lee H. Sentman Senior: juniors Sophomores Freshmen William H. Jones Vernon H. Noble Edward L. Spellman Desmond D. Decker Albert Neill Eric T. Carlson Andrew R. Staley C. Lyle Van Zele t 1 iv' ln-am momma: C. E. Dutton, A.B. F. A. Spencer, A.B., Ph.D. Carl A. Miltimore David M. Hudson Marion R. Pierce Wilbur Menke William D. Melton George A. Bertlesman George T. Wenger .Ear W --V-----A - - --.-.Mi ...-s-.uv-.-sv.-.Q---..-.,-. ... n.x-m-...wav--n.s.nm-Lt mon I I' - I D I Ogg Booth Neill Sentman How Grier Pierre Wenger Carlson Staley Ennis Benlesman Cone A. C. Doescher Culley Menke Melton Decker Rose Erisman Spear Van Zele Miltimore Spellman Coombs Hlmmakcf Noble Jones Hudson A. J. Doescher Lowitz Gillen " ill 1-an-ui - --.x---.gf 'Ar ss PAGE 413 Hugh K. Hale G. Richard Hess Jil . -. + ' Q 1 - 4 . . aw. Founded, Jefferson College, 1848 Sixty-nine Active Chapters Chi Iota Chapter Established 1897 401 East John Street 444 AAA David Kinley, Ph.D., Ll..D. Arthur H. Daniels, Ph.D. Robert E. Baldwin Kenneth C. Gerard Gerald A. Sams ' Elias W. Darmstatter john P. Crandall Sam G. Jenkins Robert T. Babcock john P. Christie Christian H. Seger C. Richard Carpenter Frank E. Dubach Robert C. Martin PHI GAMMA DELTA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Fred B. Seely, M.S. Stephen A. Forbes, Ph.D., LL.D. Oliver l... McCaskill, Ph.B., J.D. james M. White, B.S. James MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Oscar G. Bromm john J. Faissler fl 'finILA.' qwanf lzj- Q . is ' . ' s ' ,f Als.AL.a!a Aho George A. Goodenough, M.E. S. Potter, B.S. Gail R. Fisher Richard M. Keck Gilbert H. Turner C. Sudduth Hurt Dale E. Brown Gordon D. Bryan Charles F. Edwards Raymond W. Tewksbury Donald A. Fruland John H. Matrox Harold R. White junior: Franklin H. Van Doren - Vance S. Cummins Sophomore: John O. Campbell Raymond E. Fisher Freshmen William l... Unzicker William F. Lewis Paul C. Brines J. Dayton Ward Donald E. Thompson Arthur N. Hall William H. Crook john C. West Robert H. Rugh N . v sf? - ".: .......- ..... ... ..... . ..............- -me - V Hoffman Anderson Crandall Shields 1 Van Doren Darmstatter Cummins Ward Brown Thompson Hurt Sams Faissler G. Fisher Gerard Baldwin Hale Turner Keck White Bromm Cooling Christie Bryan Edwards Campbell Hall Seger R. Fisher Babcock West Tcwksbury Unzicker Dubach Martin Lewis Mattox Schmidt Fruland Carpenter i P A G iz 4 1 4 .v. 1 sr... zuafmnav- . fx Y . .w '-'we :' 1 , a'--vi. R u H 'sst rm 'fi fi si i, .-v M1 . x ' 2 hqslwfllxk iz: Aga, ,-165, 'fifii 'if 3 L .7 .4 ww'- .sv ff iayj Q' " " slflii-flnsf .v A-' ' Ki ."g'iNf"f'.llii'fli, . ,N 1 W -il., l 'Pm "Wi, 1, fl ' ' -iff'-"wax 4, '. 'fl Xmfhzf .:5'ij'1,Q'vi 'lffgwigf' H- .1 457. U, . Yffiixi 'Zi5f'bVitJ i. nt '+L L, gm fm- "N ful-s.i Fr-.0 1 L-21, .i, jp r wi Y, r .ze-in lifi K V-t. r'-.',f1.ltN y 'eq ! FSH ' . ibfxg Li 4255"-'i -at '- 'q i7l3!"i'."fil W. fx .--' - '., t ..,7--3- ..........,'.Q....,.vi re- .mu ue -. fr . ,,,,,,....,,,,, . , ,... . .. - . L.. .v,,. -. . ., fs., ,,f-,v.,..-Nw., I I Founded. X . gftl, if- University of Alabama, l856 I , E:TA'Hundred !ActiveX Chapters I I jh,jl:.iQU 'i Illinois Beta Chapter ii bi E me Established 1899 1' ' A I Zll East Daniel Street , l il I ,W W, ll ig W N y , . j A 1 ,,.,.., 51 ifiifi' 7 " 'aiili','1fi' f i '- ,',-. fl ,H if f 4 VA e4., fy A . - J , .V I, y Aga 1 33 - 'ff' ie' U ' " i' Q, ii ' 'A ' 'NMg"g:3l MEMBERS IN FACULTY Oscar A. Leutwiler, B.S,, M.E. Fred H. Turner, A.B., M.A. Keith J. Reeves, A.B. Capt. Inniss, A.B. Edwin D. Mouzan, A.B. Auden J. King, B.S. William C. Rose, Ph.D., B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Charles E. Bliss Gordon S. Heylin joseph F. Jackson Merwin W. Mitterwallner Langford Bourland Karl K. Hoagland Ralph C. Jamison Gale Marquiss Joseph B. Campbell Henry Irving William Y. McBurney Paul A. Marshall Robert G. Hadley William Ryan Junior: Gene Brewer Howard Jackson George Kruse John Mock Robert G. Foster William V. Kaeser A. Dissel Mertens William Smith William F. Horner Lester G. Leutwiler William B. Middlesworth Sophomore: Fred A. Kay Donald McKee Rufus Marshall James W. Huss Howard Kraft Carl Madsen Kenneth Rugh Jack McDonald Verne E. McDermott Freshmen George Dehn Stewart Kapperniclc Walter Stewart Emmerson Williams James Henderson Albert Riswold Robert Wilson Pat Yale Winthop Jones John Stamm Howard White ,,., . ,,... , .... .....,.. . . , . .r...... t ..,,. .-.r,.,.,. r.. ...,.. . .. .,,. . .,.................w.,Mr- -t.-.......U..........-..-... ..,. .-.-,,.......-...,., ... ...,.. .... . .,.,... .. .,.. , A , ,. , .. A. gilt!! '45 ' 1 ifiij 5, .,.' X fs: 1 -,-'ua-.Mi x- ef va iff . i iQQ,QVT.'rff'gi'8i " l'f'i I'vi.l,-fif1.xJ , uit-.1 li Wqigfi il-55-ia 'i.. f Y ,fii ' iiiiil i'?i.J..,fYi9w1:i 5 ,.,, . -. i K iss-"Xi-1,1-v',iii:i'??:7l?' Max, . f f 'NPV A H I ,gif W. , 'iii 'JW' l 5 2-A -f -1 t A, er.-. ip, g,355:13f..Y,g f-fivafrsifif 'Vi - " wif., " Q55 V9 X Q , :sa li ,gQ7fl'32?- in ,tsl :Sv rt ' 17 fe ' - --avi-,,.s.. .1 , ,fi-fi, , .ft ' Awful, .v. f .................. . .-M..-1 -........ . .. .. . . , .,,. , . , .. M , . .,...a....'3.a Madsen Marquiss Williams Wilson Kappernick Stewart Henderson Riswold Yale Dehn Stamm Brewer McD0nqld lVlrKec Huss Kay Kraft Smith Horner Kruse ,MQ J H0l8l3Ud H. Jackson Foster Mcffcns Ryan Kaeser Lucas Lwtwilm. Rugh Wlmite 1 McDermott Irving Mock Marshall J. Jackson Campbell Heylin MCBurney Middlesworth Hadley R. Marshall X4 "-E:-ur-A -wa -mveesmfrl-WHWW'-'M'--Mmm-vnn.un-mam' vm-.-.um r.a: ...quam r:sra11' 1 rv.t , --,Q f--,mammsum-nu-mn.mm-X1 M.-.,, ,, , ,,.. ..:,ijl.f.l L PAGE 415 EG Leverette A. Adams, Ph.D. William S. Bayley, Ph.D. Charles E. Bowen, B.S. Marion B. Harland, B.S. Bruce Conibear Edward L. Hanson James H. Reed William V. Reed Howard S. Ponzer H. Herman Young Martin F. Maher Lyle S. Cline J. Stewart Eaton Lynn J. Carrel Charles E. Duncan William E. Kircle -M.- , .H ., . 5- W f I li gl l il il fl- Qi N 'l qv. BETA TI-IETA PI Franklin P. Johnson, B.S. Alvin L. Lang, B.S. Louis W. McKelvey, A.B. Cordon C. Lipe, B.S. Russel H. Miles, A.B. Cullen W. Parmellee, B.S. Clarence J. Roseberry, LL.B. Charles F. Smith, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY John H. Ives Harold E. Tegge Harry C. Peterson W. Donald Forsyth Verne Reynolds Henry A. Glade Francis W. Holbrook Lawrence A. Peterson Charles E. Conley lnwwwmwv-3-:fferm.:---yn.-.1-Vw...-i. 1--2-aw., tw -h....e:e:.v..,..-.......- - -- - Seniors James R. Stewart Wade C. Harrison funiors Johnathan H. Glidden Ernest F. Dorn Sopkomores Robert A. Rodgers Harry C. Neil John W. DeWolf Freshmen Lucien B. Jacquin Robert L. Greene -Q...--asmfg-, Y ' A, -- -Y Founded. Miami U iversity. 1839 r . Sigma Rho Chapt r . Established 1902 - :A 202 E 't D ni l Street n 4 Eighty-five Active Chapters fem 0 I 1 1 lb J Y -f Alton H. Sorenson, B.S. Carl M. Voyles, B.S. Whitney C. Huntington, M.S 1. Welsh Hoover Frank A. Weld Calvin D. Beck Fredrick S. Sherman Glenn B. McClelland Thomas S. Miller Loyal S. Smith William E. Short Charles B. Retmeir Riley S. Woods 9 45,53 V , M 5554 ' L -y-- Y -1 ': .vw --W f Y ,. 'A -f W , , ,.L,..-aa,g5,g..q:,:.. . P L. Peterson Reynolds Greene Neil McClelland Duncan .Woods Kittle Conley Retmeir Cartel I DOW0lf R0ClECl'S Smith Glidden Beck Glade Maher Eaton Holbrook Cline H, Peterson ' Ponzer Young Stewart H. Reed Harrison Ives Conibear Teggc Hanson Forsyth Dorn Sherman M' '4l-- M PAGE 416 4 T., ,x., -LH , ,, ,W . -L .... .. ,.. ? il L .ff Founded. . xf' x Virginia Military 4 A F Institute, 1869 - E .. T Ninety-three Active Chapters .1 9' 'ZX-4,6 X Gamma Mu Chapter 3 - ' Emi.1asr.ca 1902 TEX 303 East John Street Q T U Qi 3 E i'?'i7ff1P IT wwf? 'f'lTff7727'5'i'f if N ii ii ii:iZ'i'5'ii"'iAiehE2f.' 'f5"'ffi2fi,.j+":Q-Ai'fL'Qli33'7'2'Z35" 47 1 T? lf,-' ff' if ,..' KL-'-'ffm-:"'.'.:f 'Z '.1.,.,.fg1'l... '- ,iv-m:Tff'aLf"ff2r1'iceffeml-',Qf'i' 1 Ax. 1 Y ff .NX fl fix -:H-my ff- gum ., J V' -x-RP Aff so-X I If A. .L A L A . , .... ---WH A.,. AN MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lemuel C. Dillenback, A.M. George W. Pickels, B.C.E., C.E. Rodney E. Spangler, B.S. John O. Kraehenbuchl, M.S. Terrence T. Quirke, Ph.D. Frederick A. Russel, Ph.D. William D. Sorgatz, B.S. Edson J. Millizen, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Thomas W. Sanderson Donald S. King Robert D. Murray William B. Pierce David V. Johnson Charles A. Johnson Thomas F. Rhodes john I. Flannigan James A. Cable Grant E. Phillips Williard P. Boysen jack W. Reasner Hugh Odor Philip Simpson Henry Schumaker Paul E. Seepe Robert J. Nowlan Charles E. Shulrs Albert C. Hasse Walter B. Sanders Ralph C. Reno juniors H. Lambert Logan Spencer T. Nesbitt Soplvomores Douglas R. Mills Everett C. Hundley Orzo D. Hill Charles A. Lundberg Walter Jolley Wilfred D. Sherk John H. Pribble Philip R. McKown Freshmen Dwight S, Reed Lester Jameson Orin Borah Jack Kramer Frederick Sternaglc' William Pinkerton Emmons DeBerarcl Louis Barenfanger George Wilson Paul Strohm C. Malden Jones James W. Babcock LeRoy A. Garrett Herbert R. Jacobsen Edwin L. Steele Kenneth N. Brown Thomas A. Watson Frank H. Walker Royal Muntz Richard Lies William Ordish Louis Strohm Cornelius Vanschaak ,,, ...-............,,, ...-.. 1 ,xg----.as-.z+:.-m..-.na-.114 --.- --.......-.....-L,g..,........,.......-......,.......-M ... . an 1:-mam-nm.mm:.,.,f. --. ,........--,... ......-. ......,...-. ................,.........,.......-1..........a,...-.e.-.,. ..,. ,....... .. .1 mv- qw: .I avr, rg-illfgi -.A. l nxl :Pai e ,um-. ,xr .. ill . f 5 5 Q kit' "K . xxx ifix' . :xx R .5 ., . V fi? fi N. .3 3 ., 1 i i A y, Q ' iii . 7f,3.'-Ng ..-e, 4 .. i .4 A, r ' A V ! 4. ,ii T ,111 1- inks, . Muntz Reed Bornh Srvrnaglc VanSchaak Lies Wilson Sherk Jameson Schumaker DeBcrard Barenfanger Kramer " 1 Strohm Brown Mills Boysen Pribblv Hundlfl' Flannigan PhilliP5 Simpson Reasner Pinkerton Ordish Hasse gf Lundberg Pierce Logan Nesbitt D- .l0l'm50n Jacobsen Jolley NlCKown C. Johnson Coble Rhodes Hill Garrett Steel.: Reno jones Sanderson Sanders Nowlan Secpe Mui-my King :-mann nu.n-mr:rfmui.- -, --ww aa...-f .-viffu:nwmz-rn.-1-naw.-.WM-.fa-.ruW- New 1- " ...nmmm,,..,,, ,. um. ...aw ..--..- .. at. . PAGE 417 vt. . l 'misuse ' tiling,- 61555 s , ' , NR, J, Vila- ., ,. i T 'Y H? if ll iQf'i.fl'k I ..........,........,.........,.W1....q V . . 1 v 'F' 7M ,wifi iiweiww.. I N af , A i W' Q4 ff ' V A 1 .i 1 r 1 Founded, Yale University, 1844 Forty-five Active Chapters Delta Pi Chapter Established 1904 902 South Second Street f If Y' X Ein' rx XX Q. x i ,A gt, -wry.-gvqavqav--sq?-n ww-yu-wa , . I nl...-..M. ', H 1, i Hifi lil Eli: Pill mf' Li len 'le 55 lil, wa lf ' I' 395 3 ...........,,...,, -.e.:...-..rim.,-.p-,,,,...e.-41...-W-Uv., - .. - N34 ,ffl 'iC55ist.:f-Kgygp L,:..3r5i..1,2y . V I 'w4ff-r. , W fre- mia, HW " R .x qi . x r 1 .W i "THQ" ogy' wf2gmsf..,-fy 'Gm ' Wkfzfif '3t',?331"' Maurice H. Robinson, Ph.D. Morgan Brooks, M.E. John W. McConnell Keston Deimling . can in H w,,,--,W DELTA KAPPA EPSILO MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lawrence E. Kline, B.S. S. G. Brady, Major, U.S.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Robert Reitsch Seniors James S. Sconce F. A. March, Capt., U.S.A. Lucius A. Thomas Juniors Howard A. Wilson, Jr. Marvin R. Rodemeier James M. Royer Everett Olson Sophomore: Frank K. Belsley Gerald W. Fearer Fred D. Glidden Samuel A. Purves Clark J. Buswell Vernon T. Ferris Edward C. Hoelscher Evan M. Rutherford Paul A. Christenson Alfred E. Forrest, Jr. Jack T. Kemp James E. Thomson Walter B. Dow Barton Gardner William B. Lytton, jr. Freshmen john R. Adams George D. Kelly Arthur J. Proteau Guy C. Stoltz, Jr. J. Duncan Campbell Leonard C. Maxwell Frank R. Reid, jr. Carl R. Weinrich james A. Cave William H. Nicholls, Edward E. Ruggles Luman E. Williams John C. Gage Y lr Y lg- i viii! , , "Wafer lfqwla. ' , i xv 7' j - :wee 4 PKR A W ? .' 'Ke . - i .e 213.3555 ll Q" 'f-li' lgkf : fe 'Q his .i1.1f.!.i?.fIff'.AV elf.: .,f..i,:.:vfrfi.ew1fffe ' ., is-wy.57,f'gW x ".a,"1, -V: vw' ffl, 'f35"Y31. . fl 'F I L.. I fflffnrla? ' QW3. Za F,.,..... ....,,.. .,,.. ....., ' Y i h' Dow Lytton Rutherford Fearer Belsley Thomson Buswell Gardner Hoelscher Forrest Glidden Kemp Purves Campbell Christcnson Rodemeier Royer Dcimlinil Rfififh 015011 MCFUDDCII Sconce Wilson Proteau P li? Loma,-ar.,---.fr H. :Tk A .fx 1 D if , Weinrich Kelly Gage Williams Maxwell Adams Nicholls Reid RUBZICS Cave Stoltz vm mcvel':a nA PAGE 418 - 911 South Fourth Street l .as . I 4IPlQ2T?lfi I X J Washington and Jefferson Q, Fifty Active Chapters t.-. l l I I H .2 11 l 1 ' ei. L wi f I t .ss fi ' I S? Ftllwmki 'V , iz , lr ,g,3,4g:N1, 4"'il'-ilfflirrl. "',. : ' 1'LN ' we 'X wrfw' . Robert H. Baker, Ph.D. Madison Bentley, Ph.D. Arthur Hamilton, Ph.D. Charles H. Bennett Charles H. Greenlee John B. Bayard Harold A. Boling John L. Fix Thomas I-I. Brennan Kenneth L. Burroughs Thomas H. Byrne Kermit R. Clarida Charles F. Coleman Russell F. Elwell A PHI KAPPA PSI A. Austin Harding, B.Mus. T. Rossman Palfrey, Ph.D. Charles B. Judah, A.M. Francis S. Ronalds, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Rea F. Jones T. Frank O'Connell, Jr. William T. McNeill Fred F. Ongley Albert E. Kremer William A. Lange James K. Fling John T. Hansen Otto R. Hills Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Don Z. Reinertsen Leyden L. Scott Harold F. Smith Marshall R. Spies Kenneth W. Mason James P. Stewart Thomas A. Howell James W. Karraker jack Lamkin . I , . l e i . l i ' a ' r f1uV1c"4ff.M' Wi PM , " ' .. - w its . r In i ,N 'Wu' 4 i lift YK J. Craig Ruby, A.B. Frank L. Stevens, Ph.D. J. Edward Shaw C. Everett Wells J. Albert Wells R. Harlan Watson Richard W. Wilde john W. McElroy Carl B. McLaughlin Nathan D. Pancoast Stanley R. Pierce 1 or X taigh Mr an il QM kizglf J . .fluff , 1 , it'Qi'x."' I '1 Bennett C- Wells Lange Bayard SPM SCO!! Ongley O'Co:1nell Smith Shaw Kremer Stewart Soller Putnam Coleman Mason Boling Jones J. Wells Greenlee Watson Wilde Pancoast Burroughs Elwell McLaughlin Kan-Alger McElr0Y Llmliih Fling Howell Clatida Hills Hansen Pierce Byrne ,L , PAGE 419 DELTA UPSILON v 1 'Q GIAHUQ Marcus Goldman, M.A. Edward C. Hayes, Ph.D., Frank R. Stellner Raymond B. Harrington Edward E. Muhs Lynn M. Riddle George K. Whyte William Frentzel John F. Moran Kenneth E. Fields Verne K. Russell Phillip A. Hanson David B. Pfoutz Clement S. Erwin LL.D. 2 Founded, Williams College, IBZ4 Fifty-two Active Chapters Illinois Chapter Established 1905 312 East Armory Avenue MEMBERS IN FACULTY Ernest Bernbaum, Ph.D. Karl B. Lehmann, B.S. William Trelease, D.Sc., LL.D. Gilbert H. Cady, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Clyde S. Coffel Garner Williams William L. Julian Donald Gamble Stanley Smith Francis X. O'Keefe L. Myron Wallheiser Corwin H. Hinton Norman R. Sherman Charles F. Dickinson William L. Jackson Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen George H. McDill Hodge J. Hanson Bascom Bogle Christian Gimre Joseph Hobbs Norman L. Hiclcox Sam H. Morton Allie Morrison Hugh E. Osborne Verne Curtis William G. Budinger John W. Kennedy, A.B Bruce Benedict, B.S. Henry G. Roberts William L. Muegge Erman McElwee Ross Richards Armen R. Blanke Willard McDonough joseph A. Ranallo Miles H. Jones Thomas Harper John Mittenclorf Fl R. P. Hanson Dickinson Curtis Gimre Sherman Pfoutz Frentzel Hobbs Jackson Osborne Morrison jones Mittendorf Erwin Budinger Smith Harper McDonough O'Keefe Fields McElwee Russell Morton Hinton Hickox Richards Wallheiscr Ranallo Blrmke Moran H. Hanson Julian Williams Stellner McDill Muegge Muhs Coffel Roberts Whyte Bogie Gamble A .,.1,L. - 11... 1 ri H -, -H- PAGE 420 e .. I Founded, University of Illinois, 1906 'i One Active Chapter l0ll South Sixth Street ,TyWT?.,Yf.f,.-,,v.p-,f,,a1-at-737,-.:.3.1,?,V.-H, 1-f N N , V N, V, .el If E.. 1 3 c, fly Sr: uf. if-P Lf 1 .M +ve ff f 5 l I -im f.TllT'ffifi.i ff M if EB'!'7lZ2i'F"IY.l'1iTZ'5 iv"JKK2!t:..r14' .I nu. is ral x hu 1flv1:Y l. xavxz un4vu.n.vu.v.-I -1..--Q-lrivvunlli -H-'U'm"n"m ""n"u"'A'v """"""' """f 'x-V70-V 45, get- gifi " 'i'Eif'5' T ,, wggagfi l'M"",..., ,as i cfm? if -I , ..,, -- M 5 1 , , fi,.a'o..t.1 'fm-mwml.Q'..U-..i.:1 ,..,,Qi.x.er..- .,zQ'f:f1.. .' r'1,.,,,, '.,,51,i , ?9ryfb, -M M L V . fwg f 'qc f' X, g x t Xxffflyirffihssf' Nia! ,f -' .i'wv,i'! ,rf XX ef' . ,M N, .P . ,r.j4lf.g3f2i.ill,v: hgziiifs.. :fx 1 .1 .Lair ' ' Qt, s W um 6 if ky. J. Wilber Hansen, B.S Lyle G. Kingsland CHI BETA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Wendell S. Wilson, B.S. J. Leo Klein, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Earl J. Swanson Seniors Frederick C. Hartmann Frank E. Rolcuselt, B.S. Otis L. Buswell Norman R. Miller Clarence W. Dexter, Jr. Juniors William Y. Barber Herbert E. Johnson Marshall F. Colgren Thomas J. Dolan Kenneth W. Stotler E. Freeman Swearingen Walton D. Mittler Soplvomores Clarence W. Hamilton Chester C. Smith Edward T. Reeder E. Marvin Davis Donald A. Radelce George W. Johnson Clyde Baldwin Edward Riddle William E. Bennett II Charles I. Luckman Freshmen Gordon F. Buck james M. Finch Edward T. Roberts Edwin A. Carter Willard C. Royce Wesley P. Polk Edward A. Petty George A. Baldwin F. Lewis Phillips George L. Winchester Dwight P. Flanders 1 1. E as ' a E E so or E E ' f ' lg if Effl- f" li .W fini, 4 ..,. .. ,L ,I 9, I X 13 na " ii . 'mp li' ,v',4"'f'T.-si S .ff Q'lg.P-W 15' .iii Q fl? it-I ...Q-.l"" wi" 1- ,ala gfgiff' I-,',-13 lpfi iw Yi ..Q,..,.,f. , Z4rg,f.ffm:,i- .4-5 .".iC:'f' A- - f. Q I . .opt 'Y 4 Eff if lifts Ak rfmf ' ' i J. 55's ' ' ' sf f Jn.. 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Johnson Riddle Davis Swearingen H. johnson Dolan C, Baldwin Radckc Bennet, I' Mittler Stotler Swanson Buswell Hartmann Kingsland Miller Dexter Barber W.-W. .,f- -.i.e..,.1.w1-..--.v if ni-nv.-m-.ram PAGE i,,,.,,,Wi,,. ,.,,. x,o.-...,.., ,.,,e.,f.-,,.-....- W ,,w.,,-W-, W, Z.- -1 E: ll Founded, L ii University of Michigan, 1904 1- . Thirty-three Active Chapters I Illinois Chapter V '- Estahlisliczl 1906 Hillel' if 501 East Daniel Street Qi" . U I! zgg 53 mv. . , A,, ' 3 .,. . .V . .1f.,4- ,weq:f'.i. . li ,filly V' , i N 'A yi M "x,, , 'xt' -if 'if'?x.f'f 1 Wi fl" 'x I M ,yn MEMBERS IN FACULTY Pembroke H. Brown, Ph.D. Ralph K. Hursh, B.S. Ray I. Shawl, M.S. Francis M. Porter, M.S. Lathan H. Collins Harry G. Paul, Ph.D. William L. Burlison, Ph.D. John K. Tuthill, B.S. Alonzo P. Kratz, A.M. Frederick D. Ball, A.B. Carlos J. Wagner, B.S. Lewis W. Williams, A.M. Charles F. Hottes, Ph.D. Charles F. Green, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors vm. .. a . A x -f ei". I 3 . 'M . . li l Byron H. Melvin Russell T. Gregg Sidney E. Ekblaw C. Glenn Morris Carl G. Malmberg Glenn R. Lyon Charles R. Larson Gerald S. Banks Kenneth Y. Felt C. Harold West Robert B. Edwards Arthur M. King Norton B. Elliott David G. Moyer Donald N. S:ott Charles A. Simmons Herbert K. Smock Elmer G. Woods juniors Sopbomores Freshmen George J. Banta Ralph V. Hoffman -Iclm H. Hampton Edward B. Allen james U. Bronson W. Russell Nelsch Irwin C. Ullrey Harold M. Brown Harry E. Ruby Marion F. Carlock Edward N. Moore Harold G. Kelsey Edwin K. Herrick Allan Wylie Victor D. Hanson MA, , .. .,-,- V V -A-:... .e.. -H-A ........,,-1-...........-..A ..,.. ...M --f--.,---f-f"gA:, .- U.. . . ... .. ..-. 4.4 . ,6.......e-.tn .......1v.,......1....s.a.as.-...-'s.w.....,.... .............-f..--.....,..,...,.............-.--W ...,.-..- - W... .Y. - - ,. 'L .W ig . . Y l li' Hi M2-L? 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I V x -. .Qt i, ' El J" 3 5 W ,, f i PM -LqgZ..HI?zJ!C! ..,i.,. .,., . ..,... ....,.., ,,....-...,.........,....,...,,- ..., W, . ,..... ..... ..r.. .. .....-....-. -...-. -........-......-.- ..--P -....e.-- -M-f ---A---W--M-f-f .. . ---'f-v-ff-"Y H ' ' mf' ""f"" - ' 'f 1 ' ' " "H ' "' 'l':""""T"" "'T"L""""f"" Hoffman Morris MDW! Ekblaw King Rubl' Lyon Elliort Mr-Ivin Malmbcrg Greg Ev:lwnrdS Moore Banta v s' Larson Simmons Banks Scott Smo:k Allen Herrick Carlock Hampton Kelsey Bronson West Ullrey Nelsch Wylie Woods Bfown Fel' Hanson ' ,Ji rf-a 1.. .- ,. , rum. , ,,,m,,,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,.-:,- .... MM-.-K---4 1 ',::nQc., "f -4 ":2!:""""h""""'fi " f 'F--f T' ' ' f"'im""'f"M2""?""""!"4 ...x,-1, My - .wa W.. .. ..M..m,..a.e.-u--....- i - PAGE 422 i Q Founded, A Unive sity of Illinox 1907 One Active Chapter X I -fb V , F . , .s' N. .QQ 1 ,.g-' lll5 South Euclid Avenue NJ' George H. Baughman Donald H. Andrews Edward G. Borling Mason B. Aldrich Clarence M. Burnam Arthur E. Dillner Fred O. Baerenz Harlan S. Fullenwider Arthur H. Haman MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ronald O. Elcholm George Herberger Glenn T. Fleming Paul M. Greenwell Walter E. Holmes Sherman D. Clough Henry W. Haman Lawrence L. Huclcins James L. McManus Robert F. Morrison Arthur G. Rippey Raymond L. Robinson Richard P. Shanks Richard L. Moore John A. Olson George C. Rice I , . john C. Newton Richard I-I. Sanders Clarence A. Willard Frank K. Sweetman Kenneth R. Swift Howard A. Westphal Charles D. Schloesser John V. Sandberg . Y I , . He,-befger Dillncr Baughman McManus Robinson Newton Boi-ling Sanders Willard Aldrich Westphal Burnmn Shanks Swift Schloesser RiPP0Y Holmes Gfeenwcll Andrews Morrison Ekholm Moore Fullenwider Sandberg Rice Huckins Bacrenz H. Hllmim Olson Sweetman Clough A. Haman PAGE 423 -. Y ., ,H , ,, W -L--- ...-..-ru.-iw-mmf? 1 gl if .. -: . 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X tx 1, jg':.F'5Mr 5Nf":-1 73"-jffbf' V4-If". .. ..........- ..,,a...- V.. pf' -- , D.Sc., D.Eng. C.E. TRIANGLE Eldred E. Cress, B.S., C.E. Edward F. Wilsey, M.S. Ralph S. Crossman, B.S., CE. Arthur C. Willard, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Edward F. Todd John F. McKee Don D. Sweney H. Bernhard Ewert A. Theodore Hersey William S. Fitzer juniors Edward Smith Walter R. Berry Sophomore: Harry P. Bitzer George E. Sorenson Bert I. Hickman Lawerence Langdon Lawerence W. Brugman Robert Anderson Freshmen David Thompson Francis 1. Rose Edward E. Bauer, B.S. Randolph P. Hoelscher, B.S. Edward B. Lake Magnus Thompson C. Kenneth Moore Frank Morgan Harlow O. Panhorst Harry S. Glisch Robert A. Grohne Robert St. John Webster Gazley julian L. Spencer John S. Ingles M' W. .W to-1f.f.,w.w w .. , e wf..Qfa-:::.c:- - r V of my ... 1, w ll ' f l f-.,,f :rl ,wsu o ','-t."i:pr. Qffxi iq., 1 A -I . 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John F, Cronquist Hickman Todd Thompson Lake Wilson Hersey Ewert Panhorst Grohne Stohr Aw? Baldwin Thompson Spencer Fields Rose Glisch Mattson B,-ugman i 'iff-lf, PAGE 424 vp. . A- , ...ni-wu -...-W W. MU- fur:-mum -innnu1:1m1nnv:ar.mm1nuuu:rnuu-w.:..ezsurx.-n:ue- A . , ft if ,L i il W S Founded. I ll University of Wiscoxasin, 1902 I E Forty Active Chapters Q1 5 Zeta Chapter Established 1908 ly -I 907 South Sixth Street Q il I i, ...,.,.,,.. ,....,,.,.,,,.,,...,, . . . g.,,,, . .. ,. ...... -...- ----..---f W1 iw MWLWF' . airfJi5w .1 l- ..a:.a-.fewma if..-es .w.v.....,. U . . ll wats?-1 it 'TW T A , 'QTTW' l 1 ms' xg' - --3,3 u Sir' ,- ,,4f,',r"e' '- - .V ,,e..- ,,,f-41,35-V zip" H,-:f4,.,i,4. 'f . i.. -1' -- , . .frrM+,..-.M ,. 41 ,gm ., if'J,,j:,,,"'r.5 Qgffw.-m1,gr.f.,'1.. Y-'..-...4 . - .." j' 1 . . rw-fa..-,'f,.CL,r4gzff',gj-'!.wx.f.fr,':Lew:,,,f,3,,1 L. X ', ft XYZ. ff W, ' m' N VN! .if"'?3'1J! it Aff Wifi:-.f'J 'mf' ' ' V hx A 31 I' 4 "-iii? N'ii'i?'i W-,-2,f1'5Cilf A in 4 ' 2 7?1fi3"W'ii 3 -' ' Roger Adams, Ph.D. William C. Rose, Ph.D. B. Smith Hopkins, Ph.D. Arthur M. Buswell, Ph.D. Worth H. Rodebush, Ph.D. Donald D. Keyes, Ph.D. Gerald J. Cox, Ph.D. William H. Lycan Martin E. Cupery Richard H. Winters Eugene Browning Stanley G. Ford Andrew G. Forrest James R. Long Milton A. Reinhart E. Otto Edelmann Harry J. Alvis J. Ebert Cravens Robert M. Faris Carlyle Stehman ALPHA CHI SIGMA George M. Karnes, Ph.D. Aden J. King, Ph.D. Fred Wilbur Tanner, Ph.D. Steward A. Kosser, Ph.D. John Henry Reedy, Ph.D. Duane T. Englis, Ph.D. Carl Shipp Marvel, Ph.D. Norman W. Krase, Ph.D. George L. Clark, Ph.D. Ralph L. Shriner, Ph.D. Thomas E. Phipps, Ph.D. Leonard F. Yntema, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate Students Leslie J. Roll Seymour L. Van Orden James A. Arvin James F. Hyde Norman W. Metcalf Sylvester T. Schicktanz S. Franklin Swain J. Albert Raynolds Wilbert J. Doran Sydney B. Kuykendall Arthur M. Phelps Paul L. Salzberg Arthur L. Scroggie Clay M. Greer Roy Soukup Talbert A. Abbott Seniors George E. Traut Carl G. Wagner juniors Franklin B. Wells Sophomore: Theodore H. Palmer Frederick W. Rutherford Freshmen G. William Peters . A -...,,,,..,.,,,. ....- ,f-Ax.-v-.am .na-. .......... G. Frederick Smith, Ph.D. Reynold C. Fuson, Ph.D. Andrew I. Andrews, Ph.D. Harry S. Grindley, Ph.D. William A. Noyes, Ph.D. Samuel W. Parr, Ph.D. Oliver R. Overman, Ph.D. Webster W. Benton Edmund L. Pearson Charles L. Schmidt Richard D. Rudd William A. Nichols H. Henry Weber Melville C. Vaughan Herbert E. Primm Walter H. Wright Frank M. Schofield Gardner B. Abbott J-nv.,-e.-v..:,... , ,. .A 1...-. " -4 'M I , La... ez- y a I . -x 23,1 x 3.5.3 ,Lww I f 1iT?fP'xf.r ffflfiik ' r1.it4M1p71'w'a512 ' 1 'T'3eff1.WiLQ1 i 1 4. I, Af dr, ir,,,m.y I I.. lx ,.... QM,-'B 15.3. jf..' . .R Wifi? M . , . ,. m. . . """,..a"",+, sp .,..,A...Rlh3 . J ,, 4" , 3",Q-Cffffbu I ' 4 .:.'1f ' fs". " ':'g,II' iIf'1f',"T i ' " ' r' '1fll"7lii l" A l N ..f.' Vu: ,Mk .ji - ' .EV 9 1 uf I f:5:.,f Aja., I - . ,. ,ff ,karts I f I - en g. Q M .r.jsjf,-Til Xmiiwlfiw ."-'a-f'i"'l ,lv-.fgR'i. M 'iw eff!" .' 1 ::,.-9 5 aff? J..y,,,,.- gm . aw..- ff. I' -.nl nw- -, we .. .:.,,, ' 'va T ,W 4, A-. .. -.. .He- ,L .. .... -....--.. ..-.......-...-.--.....--..- .... ....,.,.. . ---..-.M--f--- I ---. - ..--.. ..... -. ....- .... .....--..... .-.. . -.-...-.... ..,,,., ,, ,,..., W-.. ..,. , .,,, . ,, ..-W 5 Winters Benton Cupery Edelmann Cravens Schofield ' Ph, Mglcalf Raynolds Doran Salzberg Lycan Ford Roll ,wa ff? Nichols Kuykendall Peters Abbott Rughcl-ford FariS Palmer Phelps Stehman 1. Rcinhart Fm-1-egg Srhicktanl I-OHS Swain Traut Vaughan Weber Schmidt PAGE 425 ...H ni we Hmm--4 , , is-..4,4 ' f 1- rf.-.Mgr 4. 'Q uI Sleeter Bull, M.S. Fred H. Rankin, B.S. Harmon McGrath Wendell J. Harley E. Lloyd Rich Joseph O. Newcomer Forrest P. Erickson Lawrence L. Lowe George A. Doole Orland F. Dunteman Robert M. Guthrie Robert E. Curran Charles H. Parker Harrison Kennicott, Jr. Founded, University of Illinois, 1908 Twenty-Five Active Chapters Alpha Chapter Established 1908 58 East North Drive ALPHA GAMMA RI-IO William H. Young, B.S. F. J. Keilholz Henry P. Rusk, M.S. J. C. Hackleman, A.lVl. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY . Vernon D. Evans Elmo A. Shaw Charles H. Stonberg William R. Donigan Vern R. Cordts Lem L. Burke Clay M. Holt Jerrold C. Seaver James S. Burnett Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Burton F. Whitmore Edgar F. Franklin Dale C. Teach Ralph J. Bushnell James M. Stewart De Vere Mummert Carl E. Wagner John E. Stonberg Harry C. Schilling ' 'AL 55" We fl I' 'Y Horace B. Ingalls, B.S. Lloyd Kimmel James M. Byrns Marmaduke B. Morton Percy E. Johnson Lyman J. Bratzler Harold Nickols James L. Gray J. Ernest Gain Harvey Hartline 1 ,, - Hartline Burke Guthrie Holt Parker J. Stonberg Seaver Burnett Curran Gray Kennicott Dcnigan Johnson Stewart Dunteman Bratzler Lowe Cordts Doole Nickel, Bushnell Teach C. Stonberg Erickson Newcomer Franklin Shaw Whitmore Evans McGrath Rich Harley PAGE 426 .i .' I fl lim fy' x 2 .A v62 J. D. Fitz-Gerald, Ph.D., Litt. D. Edward C. Baldwin, Ph.D. Arthur C. Bevan, Ph.D. Robert F. Baldwin George G. Baron Paul L. Wilton William T. Brydges Aaron P. McMinn John F. Salkeld Louis R. Black Robert F. Colwell James D. Knapp Robert B. Anderson Harold E. Conant Frank Scott Clifford Wilton Zll East Armo y Avenue Founded, Yale University, 1845 Thirty Active Chapters Eta Chapter Established 1908 ol ALPHA SIGMA PI-II Paul J. Stewart, B.S. F. B. Stiven, B.Mus, Frank Stubbs, B.S. Everett E. King, A.B., M.C.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY John G. Brimm Warcle C. Cookman Clarence F. Kelly Clyde Morgon Donald Bodenschotz Robert W. Cottington Charles A. Mathison Thomas H. Brents Phillip M. Cozad Thorwald J. Sherry Edward C. Martin Lloyd S. Martin Ralph H. Landon Edgar D. Zelle 4Charles L. Kotovic Lloyde S. Burdick Bueford R. Harper Robert G. Otteson Everett D. Carthey Frederick S. Keefer Duane C. Shrout Brooks Wooley 'Theodore H. Frison, Ph.D F. P. Shephard, Ph.D. Roy W. Mayberry Richard B. Sawtell Alva M. Shrout Stuart D. Park James L. Bond Charles A. Perkins Edward J. Cizek Robert A. Hessler Daniel S. Reese William A. Christian Kenneth Lindsey Robert Smith ' ' 1 'hair Perkin, Komvic Zclge Kelly Morgan Hai-pe: Otteson Burdick Hessler Reese Salkelcl Colwell Park Cizelc Brydges Knapp B1-imm Landon A. Shroug Cookman Baron P. Wilton Baldwin Sawtell Mayberry McMinn Sherry Scott Brents Smith Cozad Christian E. Martin Cottingron Mathison Bl2ClC Conant Keeler C. Wilton Lindsey Cartliey D. Shi-out L. Martin Anderson PAGE 427 -Q Thomas E. Oliver, Ph.D. Joseph Howard Beard, lVl.D. Lucien Roux Fernando Belon William Block Herbert Craig v- , Founded, Wfixw va, rw Nha' X K University of Wisconsin, l903 Forty Active Chapters Cosmopolitan Club Established 1906 605 East Daniel Street L COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Albert Millington Luis Chamy Francois P. J. Delfos Walter Alward Eugene Dubin Jack Sachs Bruce Willer Benedict, B.S. Harold Malcolm Westetgaard, Ph.D. David H. Carnahan, Ph.D. Robert Douglass Glasgow, Ph.D. William Frederic Shulz, Ph.D. A. T. Olmstead, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates George Sanford Ananr Keshav Joshi Ward Bishop Seniors john Pang Eclergisto Rodriguez Noel Wright Theodore Char Frank Simon Emeric Gara William Parazinslci James Wolfson Daniel Brower Juniors Gian Nagrath Sidney Hanley Eugenio Argudiny Zarabal Soplvomores George Lee Wey Flugencio Enriquez Edmundo Buddemberg Freshmen Harry Cole - H -' U F Samuel Huaman De Los Heros if 'Q o F? . Roux Parazinski Char Schulz Oliver Romyn Belon Block Joshi Wright Wey Craig Wolfson Pang Alward Buddemberg DRUGS Brower Simon Gara Cole Nagrath Sachs Hanley Enrique: Hu aman Dubin Milli,-,ggon , -rrxvf .s-.-.-1 hd PAGE 428 K . -mam: 'vi' 'n,.Q . Jllif ' ?Eif , ll ' 9 1 - ..H. .,,-,.,,..,,...., . . ,,,.. ,... ....,,..., Y-..,...-,.,:,A:-e:..- -- - - . f-L 1 fl i Founded, Vincennes University, 1897 Twenty-six Active Chapters Phi Chapter Established i908 402 East Armory Avenue I i : e -:V iv?-w,?.vrTffi FT... 1 X 3 I ' v 1 4 . , : ' ' , 1 , f . . , lfflrled i 1 i -'l '. -f ' -- I-I 'l1...r, ' ', J . :f i . ., " ' ww sa-,aw i...-, vu-.-u.vun.nx-n.v..u 7' 'A ' li " 'V " " i 3' Am '1' " fi 13 ,I .m.,,',-.-X .r r-F..-me-F v.,w,x:....? f:.p,,y1-..-.7 F, . gvrgrgynmfjvfeijif-1q,55vA3-iiff-ewxjfjjggmji , is-, I 'iff . neu .+,,Hswet.peJffli ig .y X X .f ,. - ,J ,. l i- .1-7 .f w ,,: ,fr- ff ' , , I i ' 4. , 'H-H'.'f ,"i.l.1- 'ii' . if V, '-, yt I' in .X .K ,fx x .- -- 'x -' '- . ." ' S ' 2 - , -xl , A e. N., ' A if ' l ." ff' Q ei 2 . Aff . . . I V . . ffw- ., ,. ......-s....J. v ., 1-A A-. A A .AA -...... A A 'Hunk n...-in-... .-r 5 H I ! ,. w z-we t 4.1,-4 VTR I... ' :-. ,xi L. .5 4. H... i "' 1 v . 4 , . xr' La Force Bailey, M.S., B.P. Donald C. Simpson Robert T. Hamlett Gilbert R. Valbert Martin L. Green Robert E. McMurtrie Jay C. Shear Walter A. Ross Salford W. Fairlie Frederick W. Ruhnlce Ernie A. Jolcinen e .-f.1............iT.i........ sl ,E l A .4 fv I if f'i 4 1 1 SIGMA PI MEMBERS IN FACULTY A. R. Knight, M.E., M.S., E.E. H. A. Ruehe, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors i Alfred Aldous Edson C. Strange Richard L. Green Herbert E. Ryerson Herbert L. Porter Leon O. Dalbeck Juniors Howard O. Ullman Thomas H. Rickman Harry E. Richman Amos G. Willis Sopfvomores james W. Lewis Grant W. Barchelder Seeley B. Furby Edwin S. Winsper Freshmen john W. Bettridge Frank H. Davis Crawford E. Staples Richard E. Toner C. E. Palmer, M.S. Lester M. Marriner Reinhold Hultberg Claud P. Smith Russel R. Ratcliffe Howard C. Obourn john F. Schroeder Edwin E. Breuer Walter Brinn ........-..-....,.....-.-..v.i....,-.,........--M-1----A--W .--.............--- me ...,: V V .........-...- .. ,Y g.a..:::............-.,......4.......,. q...-....,...a......-W.. M.. . . , i r i i G. . C. . b .... - ,...... ..--..-..--...,,....,,,,,,,wW,. ,,,. ,, ., . .. ., U , 4 ' . gl f ,N K. urmrma-1 Simpson Rickman Hamlet! M. Green Valbcrr Lewis Holmes R. Green Ryerson FUl'bY MCMurtrie Smith Pofmf Marriner Sflil-llfl Shear Aldous Wi115per Schroeder Batchelder ROSS Feiflif BI-'Cfl'idR0 Ullman ,lolcinen Willis Obourn Davis Ruhnkc Ratcliffe Hulfbcfll Staples Tener Dalbt-ck Brinn Bri-uer V-J. una--urn-au.maan..m..-..--1.3-m-n ,..--, ......1., i PAGE-129 l W 7 4 rg I B.. .WW4 -,,,......,n,,- NGA, . ...,....ae-e,.,,, , . , LLL: W., LJ E E. Founded, .l . l V Union College, 1847 f Q Thirty Active Chapters 3 Kappa Deuteron Chapter ai I. Emblislwa 1908 ll 901 South Second Street ,S V i . Ax frstrfk, ,x ,- ., ai x, 2 '- .1 , J. I. Q1 I I ' I W 'TT' ff'?"'?"'if'F'7'? vt iw tail 5. gf. Q- .f-s 7ji3g?v1vq,f1ig3 li I . ia Q - J , N.. K .N Af LX ,f xx " p ' -' ' I f V NX' A .I,"-fi IX-'ff.g',.'fgy:.fZ'-.,.:f'I 'N U ., ,,,,..,m,,u,- ht,-,n,,. ... , . L., M-. m at W., ,W frm, Maj. Marshall Magruder, TI-IETA DELTA CHI MEMBERS IN FACULTY D.O.L. Alfred C. Callen, M.S., E.M. Matthew T. McClure, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY . Seniors Arthur Temple Addison C. Manley Robert C. Garretson Wilbert G. W. Glos Jameson Y. Cutler Dean johnson Eric Anderson Edward Brady Frank Burroughs Malcolm A. Burgess William D. jones Charles E. Burroughs Robert G. Peebles Henry Winterbauer Jack H. De Lap James Super Chester Carson Robert Duncan Morris Evans juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Alfred T. Blomquist Webster R. Crowley Edward M. Mueller Wendell R. Vandermarlc Fred L. Larsen Winslow J. Painter Edward Foote Lyle Freemon Philip Pitman Robert D. Ticknor Nat T. Burfeind Robert W. Boldt Marvin Bruedigan Raymond Gengler Kendrick Martin Vlfilliam Pownall ,L f-4' .. .1 vm.-u.-U.-aaa,-n---4.-Q..-nn4.-N-.-am. -..,-s..v.....-...W-...,r-....f.r'..w.a.--..-wa.....m..f-...,.-..-,4v,...:,:1w,?--- ...4... , 7- 2.3, I , Q 2 wi' i wx HL. rl ' ' . 1. . K .r i l,' . .l'l,f".. .zfil U. M' mag, ' 'ffbzf-lf' i H .V ...aux 2 ,zu l w . , -ww . .2 f .. ,gpngzfai Ja bf W., lfb .P 1-w1iv'- I-E7 1 .5 M-114. .Y A Q :N v',wfId'f45.r-', 1 ' fb wr 1103 I 'Q ,g,':w.Ab,,'f:rQ Iffiii 51 f 4: 211.2 BWQFW 34 I WW " 1 w J sf . .1 L Q' l ' fmt ..,. Vg- '53 4'-'jr' t. 1 5 P 1 5 . ' 'Mm full 41' 1Ai fu A1 1. , .I if-H f'J"f, V 4 f llzf J: ' Ai Ki ii , lil-isa' - wlpmmv i l iw ,mv ,' 'l. . I f Adv, ia , I has 4 rf, 41 Al in V A . 1. y Dr . pt f -Fi ' 'Lb ,Q ,mbsf I5 'Q TV -' 'W IJ Qfr. T f ll br "7 I 'I- F.. all fd! X 55. w -r' nw, r . kiwi' ts... Q .5 799' 2 'il t, i earfifffe QE Q Wflliqf-?"e .I ' . "..'.j-trfggfbx N N UPI ,I 4,1 1' Ma: ,M It X. A Carson Pitman Pownall Foote Boldt Brady Freemon Duncan Burroughs Martin Gengler Burgess Evans Peebles Vandermark Wintcrbauer Painter De Lap Cutler johnson Larsen Soper Bruedigan Anderson Temple Manley Burroughs Blomquist Ticknor Crowley jones Garrctson Burfeind Mllellcr ,qnm,,.,.,,,,... , .1: ,-w-.-1-V,-1W,,11,,,1 ,mm ,- V-n-f.:-ummm-mms.-.,tm. Mig- ,W W nu .j....a.....a'---un-.fx-afammmuf PAGE 430 f'-"1 mrL1vl"f.Yl ' , Sf T 4 .0 'I fa' , M lx. T V.-'K 'gl' U'f"' I Founded, University of New York, 1847 Twenty-nine Active Chapters Alpha Epsilon Chapter Established l909 ZOl East John Street Donald R. Grimes Walter E. Anderson William P. Amerson Robert E. Ingalls Robert lVlcFadzean Hugh S. Campbell Robert V. Calhoun Charles M. Vibert, Jr. William R. lVlcCanne William K. Jordan ZETA PSI MEMBERS IN FACULTY Albert E. Germer, jr., A.B. Robert D. Meade, A.lVl. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Evert F. Nelson R. Lowrie Wheaton Brewster Freeland Jchn T. Reynolds james K. Betty George C. Thompson Charles E. Coolce Richard F. Voell Robert M. Drummond Stanley S. Lehman Robert V. Cameron Charles W. Bowey Fred D. Shriver James A. Lemmon William E. Carter Garland A. Grange Max H. Warren Halford Spaulding C. Wynn Daugherty Harrison Y. Bingham Fredrick Seewald Stanley T. Radenz Thompson Mccanne jordan Secwald Bingham Vibert Shriver Lemmon Ingalls Spaulding Freeland Lehman Berry Reynolds Bowey Cameron Warren Campbell Daugherty McFarIzean Calhoun Voell Grange Nclwn Grimes Amergon Carter Anderson Drummond Wheaton PAGE 431 . 135- W .wr ll'f'l Ti: waunfuu-.sauna-nu,-51.2 Q5 ' I' -. C. '-N- ..,.a ' . V f 5 ,,. I AM'-I "fr , Us' I 1 I I R. lj. W .W A, .K lil' 'R s. RVN' Mama". . "glib 'lf Aflrljf llrsrlv flff ' . ,qu nl, - 'f x R-mu.. Norman Gundlach Lester C. Wagner George B. Lee Dwight T. Stuessy Louis C. Cotie George M. Wray Walter N. Vance, Jr. H. Devoe Rea Kenneth R. Ford James Majors Frederick B. Basedow George W. Stark Louis Schweizer john j. Rea Founded, Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1873 Forty-six Active Chapters Alpha Deutcron Chapter Established 1910 P... 6' ef '1- 1 il ...X 'is lg as fm ,.-12: sq fill 'l :XX '1 l: l004 South Second Street 1 fl Z"'9'qf'7q'. - LV' R15 ""' "1 fn' ' Q :- 4 Y. 'Mn filllil 1 3 4 Wu ' B :Q :fe e,:Q:--,. ..:....-a .. . f-.V iff J 4 4 ug- iiMgi:?r :,,'?f11'rEiW e V, w WF--b U:-' .gf X , ,paw , W -.1 r:g'e.g:a.-V. t .-r,....-r 'nf PI-II SIGMA KAPPA MEMBERS IN FACULTY John A. Nicholson, Ph.D. Wm. P. Sanford MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Charles M. Hickman james W. Jacobson G. Adolph Miller Clark H. Miley Clyde A. Webber William H. Schoening William R. Hildeman Robert C. Olson Myrton R. Pritchard Delmas Miley Russel Ruh Charles A. Minot Seniors I u nior: Sophomore: Freshmen John N. Thornburn George R. Nish john S. McHenry Harold B. Groh Spencer C. Olin Charles S. Bradbury Edward G. Quebbem Richard W. Garbe Ernest W. Janensch Donald R. Poor james C. Arnold Ross Carson John Kusinski Robert D. Moore Marion A. Turner Norman A. Korfist Andrew E. Dianis an W. Wallace Wickman Howard B. Baer Robert G. Meade Jean P. Tonkolf Clark Webber Robert S. Mason ...,.. ......q.... ..-.n wanna.. -..--ui.,... . I 1 QW .qi-, ' ,V ,VIH 1. l.ffr,qL5 Y, 345 .' lif:5Sf'E,T"".rQ gli' .4 3 51. gg, .fy If ...rr of fM,eQf" .5 ' 5' 5 - f .fr .-f,v. " -.L ll lfl I -iifmw fray ' ww' ' if ...Lg 'fa 'el N -. .wr-,V lllffli '. ' .-rf.-Q., -, -fel 1 fl! . 31.5. ri . s w. ,I gt' ' 'effdifiixi ri -K.. 1.-L . ' ,Q -'Q' rw 1.51 I , ' if -, lifffig if . ff-f ' UW!" q.f"1 Q, "I ., a ,---..,....-.,..., .,.. . , --...-- .I - . - e e , . , . qffgge I Poor Webber Schweizer Gai-be Janensch McHenry Ruh Arnold Mason J. Rea :J R - Minot Basedow H. Rea Hildeman Quebbeman Baer Ford Olson Wickman Bradbury Stark D. Miley V: Diani, Vance Olin Meade Turner Webber Wray Korfist Miller Groh C. Miley Stuessy ,gl Schocning Cotie Hickman Thornburn Jacobson Wagner Gundlath Nish Moore Lee Kusinski i7,?'?' gg I ' PAGE 432 ,A-W ma-rnwfa,v.afn.ifn1.-racy..-rwum..nnf4f -z..4a.:..N.... un.--,...:.1g:,. ..--............A-Aa...-mea.-Y --- I I fi' J' .4 1 0 xu 1 ,- x we Tracy S. Barrett Rexford S. Blazer William W. Dunn Founded. V -. ,., Union College, 1833 Twenty-six Active Chapters - - x Omicron Chapter Established 1910 313 East Armory Avenue PSI UPSILON Frederick Green, A.B., A.M., LL.D. Frederick H- Rankin, A-BM MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors George A. Faricy Charles M. Fish, Jr. Donald R. Insley Russell G. Mitchell Juniors Lyman Baker Elwood D. Godman Frederick A. Nichols, jr. Albert W. Elliott Timothy B. Ingwerson Charles A. Stephenson, Jr. Sophomorex John W. Beal Herbert H. Hall, Jr. Charles B. Mount Frederick A. Blayney Francis E. Harrold Markham B- Ofde Charles V. Hall joseph Robert Hoff .l0l1n B- T9mPl9f0l'l Freshmen Charles E. Beroth E. Willis Brown James F. Croft Edward E. Emrick David S. Hughes Wilber McEdwards Theodore H. McKee 1 N ir' Dean P. Stone David L. Swank Loren J. Rowell George A. Webster Leonard W. Wilson Joseph L. Millar Harold F. Trapp l All gg Emrick Bel-oth Trapp Ordc Harrold Millar McKee Bmwn Croft Hughes MCEdwardS Templeton Beal C. Hall Nichols Hoff Rowell Inawcrsm Euler' Baker Webster Wilson H. Hall Bl.-my Mount Gorlman Barrett Insley Mitchell FQUCY Blazer Swank Fish Stone Dunn Stephenson i - ' ' I in V 1... , PAGE 433 . all ' Q Y . Irving E. Poehler Maurice A. Dailey Albert O. Grotenhuis George M. Ackerman Jack H. Muntz Richard F. Becker Joseph E. Kelly Paul B. Swain Kenneth L. Betts Arthur F. Homer Harold F. Muntz Robert E. White CI-II PHI MEMBER IN FACULTY Lawrence W. Murphy, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Henry C. Bear George L. Homer Albert W. Bennerr Loren F. Marquam William M. Cameron William V. Lewis Henry O. Dinse Glenn Hummer Emerson L. Stanley David W. Fairfield Jerome A. Heppes Robert L. Scott Jack Sinclair Wilmer E. Hinze Edward H. McGinnis Philip A. Ganzhorn Jule B. Mallin Philip Redelcer Princeton University, 1824 Twenty-nine Active Chapters 303 East Chalmers Street V Ezra J. Clark Sperling D. Jones J. Lynn Pliug William P. Van Ness James E. Murnane Robert G. Rockwell Herbert P. Hallstein J. Leslie Harper William L. Mesenbrink William Tillman PAGE 434 had i .1 'T I Ackerman Fairfield Poehler Bear Jones Grotenhuis Dailey Clark Heppgg G, Homer Pilug Kelly Stanley Bennett Murnane Lewis Hinze J. Muntz McGinnis Scott Rockwell Tillman White Rcdelrer Hallstcin Cameron Becker Mai-quam Van Ness Sinclair A. Hamer Swnin Hummer Betts Harper Dinse Mesenbrink Mallin Ganzhorn H. Muntz Y-,,,,,,..,,,,.,,... ,g. k',., ,,,gQ,a,,-,,,,.......... ,.... .,.. .,......, Q lf i. ' A 'I Founded Y ' Q' . '-' F' . 1 , ' -l i Jigs' Union College, 1841 lf it 5 Twenty-four Active Chapters Alpha Zeta Delta Chapter l 4' QSQU . .f.f' -1.5 Established 1912 912 South Second Street Q , r 1 ' 1 1 1 4 I ' V ,W .. .. .....,.,.....--.g..f. 5 ......-....,.., .,. .... , , ,, A R. . .wyvwtyfq -5, 1 ."21.,.,'.,' 2.1. A X . f ff f I 11 ' .N Txiiliilx:-If V ffm luffiflflr-1T2fff,44-'lull 'KT'-l"'fJfQv'f!i5'l'i."95" E kr was ' - .. , I.. V. Q-..fz,.!1a.Q' ..f4.1i?e?Lym::,-asf.ifi'Li-'gem'3 E, f' H . .f-5 '-as ,K "-A , 0- A 1 - Y , ' 4 A M. - V lf. life gf' w mix. " diffs ff V11-.f',," ' Clif li i f ,iii i 1 I ' Yivbfii X' " 'iXx,,v"' Q- 'M I . . -1155+ , - -' f -A l ff, Eg Q3 Q A: "1 'I 4' if" W.,-.m.r.i. ,HM p..-. .-.0 'new' CHI PSI MEMBER IN FACULTY D. Cameron Allen, A.1Vl. Thomas Boodell W. Wallace Hall Charles C. Kilander Berlyn Pierce John L. Friedl J. Frederick Borrowdale Carl C. Gilman George F. McClelland Thomas E. Bertelsen William H. Barron Omer E. Doud Raymond 1. Gibbs MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Bailey La Porte Earl H. Boclinson Truman Jones Carl J. Sterner Claude H. Reeves Ralph D. Uhlendorf Walter O. Herschbach William W. Holman Harrison O. Ohlson Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen William H. Blankley John W. Holman Paul H. Jones Harry W. Knoll George F. Trotter Charles A. Flutcher Frederick D. Wahlstrom Nesbit J. McCork1e Delaven S. Mussey Henry L. Ranking Frazier S. Wilson Harry W. Ingwersen Frank S. Tarvin Robert J. Herschbach Willis L. Blackman Arch S. James Temple C. Dick Gebhardt W. Petersen' William I. Reeves James J. Shannon . .. ..-W , , .. ,. I-- . . , , ,, ,,...............,,e, .,-..-........,..... ,mm ,,,,, ,,.,., A-..-.,.-.,f.f.fe,...m..:. - . . ,....,.,. , , ................................. vb 'ff3'7'1Ei?i7?9 1. +111-4 .4 nf ff'-,A . W . .- W1 r .,f.s1n2.Ex.'a ,gg -ity 3, -, 1 h'.,5'.f A' eg Wit. 'rt-,nil 5 l I-.'f', ,V , f1'g.iV? rx . 'f'?j'e. 1 if Q' ,I .Q 'i A L5-i ' N. P? 5511 .1 ,f:+',"',.' fsft, 1321? i, gi N.-:5. V mm' -,I-.W X154 'J . . wt wi-f wxfk New ll , lff.,wl.q .-ibxlff' I, - we .V - i rf- -sf -'l,Q:.fl-Q , ' ., .Wil 1q1.1,qiyAi."- 1:1311 , 'V ,wif ...F jcIr.?,'5....i-I ,- 'tg . UV, 'wa K. if-li El 25 1.544.531 ' ' 41.12 Yet! 11 fmrvv L' "fr':f,'kQy'QQf if A-14' iff. 'i1"TfP"",iQ4i'3f it .i pf-if' wie wi Qgyrf'W?l2'f--,i'-937151 12,1 p 'jf,4g,7:.Ku fkz,.42QEZ5.f'I.3yj,fE3 "9 ,- -f.. gh... ... . ,,, M - -' :'H'x""',: 111' J' e .. lg i?"fc."w3l5? r .. . ., ,V . if , lin 1111619 Xi? is " 1:1521 :.1Wi.i" qffj, -I ff L+-'Mi' 'l K -ple I-vg,:.?"f?'t . 11 ,s . lrvi .i J. t 4, .7 V -V ' if "1 1,551 5.4-I 53.5,-. ,fi " .:lg" H1'h"l laiflf salkf f L' , "iff-.Avi J r iuvff , ,J .-"i,..l l if r I .pie my . "H:fa...fv:.,.iag. rfb in -gf 1215? Sf 5 '- lt- ,Aff if W1 'F1fiTff..fi A i,"'ifQy:3,5vJ3' '35,-' Wilsoii Renkmg Q X Pierce Knoll Sterner P. Jones Hall Fri0Cll T. Jones Blanklcl' 130011011 Bodinson Kilandcr LaPortc Q if' Borrowdale Gilman Flutcher Uhlgndorf McClelland TFOYYH' Herschbach Dlfk James C. Reeves Tarvin Ingwersen Blackman I W. Reeves Doud W. Holman McCorkIe W. Herschbach Ohlson Shannon Petersen Barron Mussey Bertelsen Gibbs Walilstrom X, y G .. W ' T-..-....::rnns.v-rr-'-1'-"'1' " ' " ""' ' ' ' - ' K v V- """'- - rs- - -w ni- -K -ilv Ww.w-wasvxu:qmw'mn-nnnvuwmrfwfnn2.m.vmmmmi:hi5i1 PAGE 435 Paul L. Aylward Francis C. Atkinson Arthur D'Ambrosio Walter A. Ackerman William T. Ball Charles E. Baer Delmar S. Debo V Raymond A. Cook, Jr. John J. Donahue Robert E. Denvir Edward A. Cody James P. Corbett James Cronin Edward H. English Austin Gibbons l PHI KAPPA J, Harry Ebbert Richard G. Finn William L. Doyle Frank J. Gollings Ronald F. Henriken J. Donald Doyle Arthur H. Franck William J. Grady J. Walter Gunning Joseph F. Gury James Kirincich Kazmer J. Lambert Seniors Juniors Sophomore: F resbmen Norris E. Jones Joseph J. Lang Edward J. Hynds Founded, Brown University, 1889 Twenty-one Active Chapters - Beta Chapter Established 1912 310 East Chalmers Street I T . 111 5,5 'HW4' Q 4 . 1 I ' fax 'ilmll t . wh '- Arthur L. Lindbloom John E. Martin William F. Jacobs Theodore E. Liebert Henry W. Meers Frank A. Palumbo Howard J. Powers William Redmond James E. Robinson l Eugene J. McCarthy James Smiley Leonard W. Sturdyvin Eugene E. Milde Joseph O'Donnell Edwin J. Simonich Howard A. Wheeler Russell E. Mullady Henry C. Wolf James W. Garrity John M. Ryan James E. Sheridan John S. Sheridan Donald D. Traynor K , P rw-'I Lang Ebbert Aylwlrd .lanes Sturdyvin Smiley McCarthy Atkinson D'Ambrosio Wheeler Baer Finn Mullady Hynda Lindbloom O'Donnell W. Doyle Donahue Simonich Gqllings Ackerman Debo J. Doyle Martin Grady Traynor Franck Liebert Jacobs Wolf Cook Denvir Milde Meers Hendriken Cody J. E. Sheridan English Kirincich Cronin Ryan J. S. Sheridan Palumbo Gury Lambert Robinson Redmond Corbett Powers Garrity lil Y Y - - - Y PAGE 436 " Founded. Q91 ' Illinois Wesleyan ' M University, 1899 - Twenty-seven Active Chapters 'V' Q' 5 Gamma Chapter . Established 1912 'I 102 East Chalmers Street "lag 11 1+ -7 'nfs ' : 1- "H 17- ' , -- io' tw gtg gpm l ff fi 'F ' . -- lar. 31, 1 ii x:ai5if1f'l 'M ,Y 7? if N5 Y 4------.ff r 7 Y "'?4'!'F!'L1s!ul?Qi-11!h0v-497 ', 'nv . V it if-ff , 1- 4 1-.f of ' ' 1111. ' : ..:' ' .,: .-'ew ,,., . "fe-A .. J .oslim-H 'A .-..a",1-W 1" a A f .1 . , . wwf ,af as f y., 4 ".vi5'g2 55' .,-WA. "',bfl"'i I 'ff' . - .I Wifi" ' -.Q gg- Ln- X, E Duane T. Englis, Ph.D. Milton M. Olander, B.S. Percival N. Simmons Harry L. Kinne, Jr. Bemis Lester Harold D. Parker Raymond G. Purnell Howard C. Neill Rufus C. Glass Perry O. Moore Raymond P. Bruhnlce John D. Cox Edward Comings Hurem E. Derment Bradford Cox Wayne Parkhill Leland Lair TAU KAPPA EPSILO MEMBERS IN FACULTY William C. Casey, Pl1.D. Ivan M. Stone, A.M. Carl S. Marvel, Ph.D. Ralph D. Doner, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY George Horner Robert Nieman Thomas G. Reynolds William J. Shappert Russel Classen Heber T. Meyers Edwin J. Lewis, Jr. Laurence Hoclcaday Fred Humbert Fred Siegel Albert Hall Thomas Parker Granville Sands Leigh Hunt ' Norman H. Davis, Jr. William McNutr Everett A. TenBroolc H. Richard Reynolds Albert I. Wilson Thomas F. Collison Sophomore: O. Lloyd McBride Judson Timm Robert Manville Verne Carson Leroy Appelhans Edward Bennett Clarence S. Anderson, A.M. Eugene B. Danzeisen Raymond Stoltey Cyril C. Dreman Ralph Douthit James B. Martin Kenneth Greenlee George Portner Raymond W. Housh Glenn Matlock Roscoe Mooneyham William J. Robertson James G. Sargent Robert Schwarm Charles Monroe William DeVry .E 1 'vim-., I 'J 5gT:":1f7..'5 l Kggifanv my --.-Q,-P3 Q nf" 14 I 4' - nj ., 8 3.31 'f 6 Miki' I Ji' W ' ab 'I' vias' ' f ., ,Ei535".f warg. this all 'g.,,r.,., .Q -- f f. Q i"'1.1l if l Vw .iw uh 4 . -5' fr , 'TN gi .3231 an in rig, L Ha-t K O r A .1 E -.wi V J Fall ' J' .amp 11111451 J Bennett T. Parker DeVry Appelhans Parkhill Comin8S Matlock R01-WFISOH Schwarm Lair Holl Monroe Sands Thompson Lewis Wilson Portner Mooneyham Hoclcaday Sar8e"t Timm J-Cox Siegel MacBridc Bruhnke Derment Kingsnorth Meyers Purnell TenBrook Shappert Sanders Miglke Classen Collis'-711 R9Ynolds Housh H. Parker Greenlee 1-lumbert Simpson Hunt Lester T. Reynolds Moore Nieman Simmons Davis Kinnc Dreman Danzeiscn McNutt Horner Glass , .... -s-. -----an--. ---:- f-f-.:.nrm-rw .L .,.. ...,,,.,,,,,- ,,-,. PAGE 437 41: Y y 4 .Hs : f .1-pn: ew, Q., '19, my Q' ' -4,,.1u-1.4 -1 ,I ...-.....,a,...-w-,osuw ,i i ii' , ' Founded, 'Q' I jewish Theological ,rl Q Seminary, 1898 1? AQA fl 5 Thirty-four Active Chapters If Y el Y ,, 'g ZBT gf 'f Rho Chapter A ' 5 " Established 1912 A L X 907 South Fourth Street shi, QT i ' A .,:,..w.......,,..,..t......,,s....,-,.....,..a,...... , ., , .,..-.am-.tfmv.m.,.afm g s' fi wi- is -- V-ei fffffefw if 'V,l . .. . . iglfx ,F ' , v' I4 i' "fr, f Rx , ik .4 i P. 'NX ff. ini.. l , , , J it -..f 'L inf' so MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate Student Marion Levy Seniors Morris Blank Lewis Ehrenreich Lester Paul Leonard Shanhouse Albert Bomash Abe Travis Stanley Rose juniors Irwin Beren Daniel Komie Louis Platt Rudolph Sacks James Hartmann Harold Kuttner jules Reinauer Morris Uclelowish Albert lsenlverg Arnold Meyerstein Arthur Rosenfeld Sophomore: Lester Baskin Leonard Komie Stanley Myers Arthur Sanders Harold Bloch john Hart Lewis David Orkin Howard Schiller Robert Frank David Loewenstein William Pereira Irwin Waldman Stanley Frankel Milton Moskowitz Joseph Pottlitzer Jack Wall Freshmen Leonard Block Milton Kahn Kerwin Shafton Milton Steifel Irving Edelson Meyer Lewis Marshall Solomon David Traub a Y Vg .j,Lj:E,,qx5:v?TJ.:,C,-,.a.....A.1:viugylan---? -.9-H --AA- f- -- -- --,i6i,,g::L:T,,.,g.,,,, .,.4.,.-,,,,, ,-o,.4u4m.naq,.pgf..m4nn. .-,Lr p..ern--alvumx-.,14a4w..-nu N,-an--m-nv.n,1" 'A 'AM "- ' ' ' " " ' "Ah A 4 V Y "-35:1-'V - hiya? ii' 4 "lx "Y I'!.Qr4y VI, lk -mx 'Ni-X. Y. -- 'ua . ,QL A , awflf i iff ,ij qs, if -,n 4-N-','I,.l'3x uf, J'if'Q,39'1v'x 'Q ff" I , -rw-1 .nf it hw r... 11.5 el 3 'fig xg. e' -. ,A ff :Mn X, ly, w , uw. . w V, wt lwrfiie . H31 1 H: Miz- . 'sfo t.,,.,m4r,:' gtg J ,if r, g .ig .v.f. l- T- 'J' -b 'iff' iJ",..jf , ii 1 Axial . . ' hdtv, .V tg ' ,Q LP f'ff?Ti'ifff lei! Q iajnggzv , w.-i.:, , L ' "hifi an ,, if Qi' H ' r 'fl f 3 1 ,r 1 ' 1 'f rn erffl ggi 133' iiisl l Vg' vi gall i 1 fl -.7 'U ffm 2.4: qui ' '-. M, --,l',, 6' ,,, sue. gil ir View f fl' Q4 lei 4.1,fw,, I". fail fig : ,gig 1 131.3 wwnihq .F ,, 1' . :-, .w,5!,x, F 'H r tl YY . L' fiW'i?5fi49 t y l W Q f?fKf1.QY','xg-i -. ,, . ' ,fi af' 2. 5 - 34 - V --"f ' "ff ,Y LYMY, i I "f11'1i.3-l' 1. 33 'g ig Pt' , We ' ' Kahn M. Lewis Block Frank Shafton Beren Steifel Trauh Edelson Moskowitz Solomon i i , . 1 L. Komie Myers Sanders Loewenstein Schiller Baskin Waldman Frankel Pereira Bloch Pottlitzer Orkin J. Lewis if Rosenfeld Isenberg Sacks D. Komic Meyerstein Platt Reinauer Kuttner Wall AMX Levy Slote Paul Ehrenreich Udelowish Hartmann Bomash Travis Blank Shanhgugg Rose Mitchell KA . .,t..,...,....,..,,,.,..,..,..........,.......,,.,. , .im A a---..--ee....-.-et..e..., ........,5.a..te.a...........2LM PAGE 438 4 1 f .f Founded, Hamilton College, 1832 Twenty-seven Active Chapters Illinois Chapter Established l9l2 310 East john Street ?- 'nf 1 V Milton G. Cook Clermont E. Dull Egbert O. Blackman William McFredriclc Elliot F. Hager John H. Bontjes Eugene M. Baker James C. Bowman Ernest P. Chatten J. Bruce Drever Nils E. Forsberg ALPHA DELTA PHI MEMBER IN FACULTY Herbert Barton, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Francis J. Edwards Charles B. Gale Sheldon W. Hardin Fredrick W. Heineman Earl S. Leimbacher Richard C. Dull William Hoffman S. Ward Hamilton Milo S. Ketchum Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Joseph R. Jeffrey Fredric W. Kraft Irwin H. Meyer Paul L. Shallenberger Harold M. Tenney Archibald G. Johnson Kenneth K. Keeney William D. McDougal Eugene C. Mann s-r Raymond C. Leimbacher Robert L. Tenney Harry A. Voorhees Robert A. Warren Carl P. Krantz Harry A. Warren Eames G. Nolan Timothy Swain James H. Wheat . - 9.4 - ' ' - - - - Q,1 7 C. Dull Kraft Frederick Cook Hardin Heinen-.an Hager Shallenbcrger E- I-eimlflfher H- TCHHDY MUYH R. Leimbachcr jeffrey Gale R. Warren Jghnson Bake, R' Dull Krantz Bvntlvs Bowman H- Warren Voorhees Hoffman R. Tenney Hamilton Kcmey Drew, Wheat Nolan Swain Mean MrDougal Chatten Forsberg - 'T PAGE 439 , 1' 3 l 1 131, 'Q Loring H. Provine, B.S., A.E. Rexford Newcomb, A.M. john F. English Robert B. Mitchell William H. Simon John E. Lundstrum Harry Harmon Arthur C. Purdy Everett H. Cook Charles H. Creasser E 51' W J '0 E 2 Founded, University of Illinois and University of Michigan, 19l4 Ten Active Chapters Anthemios Chapter Established l9l4 401 East Green Street ALPHA RI-IO CI-II MEMBERS IN FACULTY Cyrus E. Palmer, M.S. Stanley White, B.S., M.L.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Evert H. Kincaid William P. Crane, II Judson B. Routh, Jr. ,lames A. Russell Eldon H. Luslc Carl A. Gerfen Eugene L. Chapman Francis 1. Elman Seniors Glen Yoclcey Emory M. Searcy Juniors Robert S. Mayberry Wiley E. Pruner Sophomore: John E. Spann Waldo W. Winter Freshmen Case M. Rutledge Maurice Calglazier Thomas E ODonnell Edgar T Clinton Philip M. Gustafson Otis Winn Robert F. Ganschinietz Earling S. Carlson John Bloom Rutledge Elman Chapman Carlson Creasser Calglazier Cook Wiriger Bloom - Lusk Simon Routh Spann Harman Ganschinietz MlYb2l'l'Y Lundstrom Purdy Mitchell Russell Crane English Clinton Yockey Searcy Gustafson Kincaid Gerfen PAGE 440 . any X A f Founded, University of Illinois, l9l4 Nine Active Chapters 'i Alpha Chapter X " 1-7' ' Established 1919 W 1 3 Q is H, ,Pia in ', 6 ffl' o . f" rg, I f V M Q " 'i , l I, fvyqrvgrprnmq H N A I A M ----.-7-v-.W-.-7..v-w...5..,t-1..w.,.,-M Y an it gs, lei if l'.:f.ill.e'-f iw Wa?-le . I . if we la.. i A o - ..,, ...... ....-....a.-. w I .- P' ' 4. . 'A "wr 4 ill' 'l i in A L 'fw.nf is N if i J AS' mmhxdln ...L f 4 A' pnguki: wr W' 4 'iii 'S i m!W i 7 . M N s .ey 1 if z al 'i ,v l203 West Oregon Street --1--.1 2' 'T-1.E.,'fQ. Qa.lE7f"-5" leaky. ' f-ii-f'pfQ.i,i,f.fM fi 4-'gt' ,.q'.,r 'sn ,7 Xl! .MM -f":2.1-.. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Kendric C. Babcock, B.Lit., Ph.D., LL.D. Carl S. Marvel, Ph.D. Waldo Shumway, Ph.D. Henry B. Ward, Ph.D., D.Sc. Harley VanCleave, Ph.D. Thomas A. Clark, B.L., Litt.D. Leverett A. Adams, Ph.D. Coleman R. Gril'l'ith, Ph.D. Floyd R. Watson, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors William J. Copeland' Robert S. Shelton Harold D. Carnahan Fay S. Comer W. Meyers Smith George F. Brooks juniors Howard R. Miller W. Clay Dine F. Ellsworth Wilson Wayne D. Chaffer Sophomore: Lyman D. Dunn Harlan A. English Alfred F. Akkeron Howard A. Finney Arthur H. Schumacher Donald B. Pygman William Wilson Frank W. Edel Howard G. Deisner John M. Mallory Freshmen Paul L. Schmidt Meritt J. Fuson Louis E. Silcox William R. Sladek Paul D. Berns Edward L. DeLong i 1 1 QQ? ,l,lf7.'iQ 2H?: ,uf 1 pf kwa LEM' W AMQJJ Y 'l 'f 2-.lf"mi... 4 si 1,11 ...................................m..,.......... - ,,.,., M wg. WN - . fini? ' ,N w..S-Qfffw ' Robert F. Paton, Ph.D. joseph H. Beard, M.D. Fred H. Turner, A.B. Clarence P. Engelsman Charles C. Burhman Charles A. Spears Dewey O. Pygman Robert M. Wilson Ivan R. Dickson Richard W. Copeland 7 ' -Y -- ' -- - A-- A AA' --1-if-...tw-nm, Y W-A Y. 'F' .wifi a 'IK"f"f xf- ' s- HM, -Q l7ilw'l'lga. V' ' 'ff'5'i'e:l .', ' r 1. vfrl 5 ., 'IPF-PM 1 ,- ' gli: . i -. --2, 3' ' ---"Kiwi w':M- l - ..-v- .Mm - f.t.,. .gi-". 4'-'41 'H' sk m ' .'f':M iiiflilivli " ' gffesiiyigfg ,af we vzfllggs- ',..a... A., A Q - ...fuss ,N-,-. L...-, jffiffs'..','.i-,REQ fif N, af3'l..?g 14 ai' Ji?" if . 5 2. Q. ij,f"QU gm ur :X-.yew .i 'A .gyggnl 1 'ig 1" ga. .1113 ' , -'fm iw.. 1 X212 ,r1q.,3,!' ict xgag xg. ...WY M 'M . 'J-55.5"--..1v --i ,. 5.2 yr- .-miiyf, Kg-ra M. aw. 1' fl. ,fo fri el., er . 'j..g,',.6 li? Qnlajjifw lwry-'-'b'Qfllfglfags 'J 'M 'ir' Nl:-4 f-i,a:-7fIzN.f'-."f"- aim nl -2- fl 1- me Mg91'i,1,jf,:,:,- 6 i , i f . .. M, 1 Y Q ll V ..-i.,fek4 "' -4 ,"3. iii" ,gn H at " ..,2rQ"s.'iF. ln v .Aa ff f 'lvl' "N 'Wi' , 1 weft ?,f5l?-pi gli? Eiga, HH ,, is ,LWKCI 1 rg X .I ary' if flfiyf' flnjqiffffll K ' f lf ' f 'J'-2 195' 1 F2511 1-L.'kfWi2Q if -1 ff ,- 1 ifQgl?gig'Qjgq9.-Www, on C W, ,,,,,,, , . W, r 3 4- f licvfsnae I ' ' ' -' ' . . ' --f- --vv---f- - ' """ """"""""""' " """ " """-sm' raw --f-W-----V f'-.. --,----V-.--.......-.-..,...,.....,..,...,,..........,.............,, ...,,,,., ,.,,,.,,.,,..,.,.m.,, I ,fl kia .f77-A - Fuson W. Wilson Schumacher Chafler Edvl Akkeron SPNVS English Dickson Berns DeLong Pygman F. Wilson Buhrman Finney Dunn Comer Shelton W. C0P0l2rld Smith Brooks Carnahan Engelsman Dine Schmidt R. Copeland Mallory Miller Silrox Sladek Deisncr 'xx A p-sn-na,-nr.-:wa-,rf -F f.-ne.,-wmv-xwst.11vfvm.sw-ii-.eaifzew-- -frm-,.....:. -Q '-N wwf-1. PAGE 441 A 1 -1 .V-.ff..f..rmN.... . ....s.a--gram-,ummm f It ,Q .Qliii 1 A A Ml r ' rl f 4 .... , . -mn..m.w....a....ma-...... -----.--.....-..- -.w-.-.-.-............ ...ffm W.. ... .. ... .,.f .- .Q-.--M.:-M Founded, University of Missouri, 1905 Six Active Chapters Illinois Chapter Established 1915 105 East Daniel Street ll In 'hd' -" ' 've' 9. 0 , . o 9. n Q an mf.-1 ff, '1 v, h . -,znxg-V ,,.A ,A .W MEMBERS IN FACULTY Cecil E. Gates, B.S. Edwin I. Pilchard, B.S. Herbert A. Berg, M.S. Samuel W. Decker, B.S. Henry P. Rusk, M.S. John H. Brock, B.S. Horace M. Newell, B.S MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Clarence E. Adams Palmer S. Cox Byrl C. Fulling Charles B. Shuman juniors Joseph Ackerman Horace P. Erwin Earl M. Hughes Claris E. Johnson C. Glenn jones George O. Minot Frank H. Mynard Edward H.'Safford james H. Young Sophomores Everett G. Barrett Cornell H. Eckert Harold W. Gaulrapp Lowell S. Johnson Raymond G. Benbow Curt E. Eckert Leroy E. Hatch Walter B. Lacey C. Kenneth Duncan Elwin C. Folkers Arthur C. Johnson Lyle F. Shoot Frerfvmen Donald I. Dean Emory G. Holt XV. Howard Kaufman Lloyd D. Graham Herbert G. Downey Raymond L. Mohley Xi... V: . . . .. .. ., ..... ,... ,., - ......... .... ,.. ,..... . ..,. .,. , . ,, . . .,... . .... ...L ..... ,.. .., ,,,..... . .,.. ., .,.. ..,. , .mf- sg 's 4 ., , '.,w. A ..f r t A-e QA if ff 1 r lf.-fri 1 . 1 A .-.,..,.........,......- ............. -. .... ..-............,.,. ...-...,..... .... . ,- Kaufman Holt Gages Dean Dgwnpy Gaebc L. Johnson Shoot Graham Decker Brock Pilchard Moblcy Salford Jones Bvhlww Folkers A. Johnson C. E. Eckert Barrett Lacey Duncan Gaulrapp C. H. Eckert Erwin Hatch Hughes C. Johnson Minot Pulling Mynard Adams, Sllllmdll Cox Young Ackerman PAGE 442 r..-Y mf -wt,-P-1-'rw -v,-V -we .W 1 'if' : ,'! ff.. . ivy 1 'KT' if .-7 ,..,.-.. I , A., ..H,A,.e,,.. f N 1' 1 f l.. .3 . ! ' 1 I r E7'f?v',giAm o i , qrgwr -5- 4 4 rwxwk 'vi' u. i - -.n.. 1 V. ,.. xx N XR' 4: -t, I f .1 4' -dau.-:. V4 Rm or i sa . Y Tr 1 .- 0 ,Urs Founded, University of Boston, 1909 Seventy-five Active Chapters Chi Zeta Chapter Established 1915 209 East Armory Avenue john E. Hayes Charles Wittenberg Harold H. Hartung Brooks Fuller Francis X. Hayes Thomas Reynolds Ralph Jordan james O'Shea Robert Thomas Frank Burchby Ervil Hawkinson Marshall Bruns LAMBDA CHI ALPHA A. R. von Lehsten, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY George F. Rezek Archie M. Hall James E. Lonergan William Spiker Francis Miller Patrick J. Flynn Leto Becker William Artmann Robert Ittner Earl Taylor Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Walter McIntyre Irwin S. Fosnaugh Frank W. Gerwig Richard Oeler Vernon Kavanaugh Louis C. Jones Roy Horton Richard Harris Orland Sanders Smith Iames V Ir' Curtis A. Collins Vernon W. Irtner Carl A. Spieth Roland Johnson Harold Winter Fred Lowry James Nall Lawrence Vollborn Allan Johnson Richard Podlesak Harold Bogardus 1 Us I-T 5 LC Wittenberg Hayes von Lehsten V. Ittner Hartung Becker Fuller LOMFBHH Gerwii Collins Rank Hall FOSMI-'Eh Sliiefh MCIMYF0 R. Johnson Harris Horton F. Hayes Reynolds Jordan O'Sh22 Thomas Vommfn Nall Ocler KHVHl1HUEh JONES Podlesak Iames Sanders A. Johnson TSYIOF LOWFY R. Ittner Bruns Hawkinson Spiker Burchby Artmann Winter 1 1 1 it PAGE 443 -Q all Edwin H. Drake Paul J. Green Wing S. Handford Edward Banker Everett W. Brown Louis T. Dwyer Robert 1. C. Dell Kent G. Davis A. Radford Barton Byron L. Cook Wesley Gustafson Ralf C. Hauck Paul B. Geiger Leonard Hedlund Casey Ireland , .41 vi n. sl -.-I.l" .'- ,4 I fl V. Founded, ' S.-8 , Trinity College, 1895 S-:Il A' Twenty-two Active Chapters lkgiwr' 1 5 I5 il I Phi Kappa Chapter , ' Established l9l6 'A,!T..-fi' I 3ll East Armory Avenue ' ' ALPHA CI-II RI-IO MEMBER IN FACULTY F. W. Tanner, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Eber J. Hubbard John B. McLaughlin Horace G. Marshall Richard L. Edwards William M. Exley Richard W. Griesser Marion L. Geiger Carleton Johnson Thomas C. McKee Jerome V. Mueller Warren D. Marshall john A. Morse Seniors juniors Sopbomores Freshmen Ralph C. Murphy Frank R. Schunk Ira Sweeney Albert E. Jenner Robert K. Laughlin James Y. Marshall Ernest G. Smedberg Frank C. O'Brien John W. Pierson jay S. Seeley Jack W. Mohler Morgan Ochsenschlager joseph E. Vaile Daniel W. Vittum Frederick Wernsing John P. Severin Roy Snyder Frank Schooley Luther S. Souder J. Atwell Shinn David N. White Roy J. Wood Eugene P. Souder Clifford L. Odell Charles C. Wene if p 'I rf EG faq F' Drillie W2fhSinB Dell Vaile M'5LHU8l1lin Murphy Handford Green Vittum Laughlin Hubbard Sweeney H. Marshall Schunk White Dwyer Davis Banker Smedberg Severin J. Marshall Snyder Schooley Brown Edwards Griesser M. Geiger Wood Pierson Gustafson McKee Seeley Johnson O'Brien Barton Hauck Shinn Mueller W. Marshall Ochsenschlager Mohler Cool: P. Geiger Morse Odell Wene Hedlund Ireland PAGE 444 . .,, ... T.. litf Vi.. U Mi' 5-.S., -.i. lx nr' O Q11 . "U .1 . Q' 1,11 QP' 11 .,. .-U7-.-.mffffw W- ff , . 4 iv '. 4 . , . , 1 , . . Q i Founded. Q Miami University. 1906 Thirty-one Active Chapters 'f Zeta Chapter Established l9l6 410 East Green Street in fi f' " J llffcga. itee i .t , . A ..., A A ..... ..-....-- mm'-n1,..,... - Newton W. Ensign, B Eugene E. Dierking Henry R. Fisher Otto Janes Norman A. Glantz George P. Haberstein Francis McGary Jack Horlock Maynard Easley Donald Thal Carl Haberstein Don E. Terrill .. Exif.-.-. . 1-aww-.. , PHI KAPPA TAU .S., A.B. ACULTY MEMBERS IN F Josef F. Wright, A.B. Albert J. Harno, B.S., LL.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Bernard F. Martin Arthur L. Chladek Edward L. McGrath Donald McGarry Milton R. Johnson George A. Swanson Carl N. Swanson Kenneth Klontz Seniors Juniors Edmund Goedde George Elliott W. Jack Scott William F. Maley Sophomore: Freshmen Edward G. Chladelc Robert R. Monro Harold L. Burns .4 1. 'a li u 5. l lil iz K: .1 i 'I Q1 rl W..,..t., . . .,-.. -..,...,.,,,,w, , , . .,v... ....a..-- .fi W 'QIZTU'-27""7'7 f' f ' 3 'J .,-.......... .. a George B. McClellan, B.S., A.M. David G. Durham Herbert T. Pexton Don A. Mathews Francis J. Heusel James B. Van Bellehem Raymond E. Gerhold Walter E. Krumdiclt Newton H. Harris C. Graydon Megan ..........,.........,...-...-..........-.,.......,... ... .... . .. . . . - - . Mmm r'xllg' L V I-il. 3."'.T1. I 1 ' . ' K -l ' A 1 ' f i 'A I 1 . I f X 1 w- 1- pi if X k. J 'X V I .. -...,.,....,..........-.......--..---.--W...-....--.....-,..- .,,,,,,, ., ,, , , . . .,.. .--, -W A ---- - --H-......-...-. ...- ..... u- V- --- - .- --N.. .. , , , ., M ,M ,,,, ,, , , . . ii ,. J' Thal G. Swanson G. Chladek Klontz Kfumdifk Terrill Monro HflffiS C. Haberstein Easley Megan Q 'R Burns D. McGarry Doolittle Elliott Scott MCGrIl!h Pexton A. Chladelc Fisher 4 Q C. Swanson F, McGary Miller' Van Bellehcm 137195 Heusel Gerhold Johnson ,J Ho,-lock Martin Mathews Durham G. Habcrstein Glantz Dierking Gocdde E4 . - . . E 1 PAGE 445 ,eyly ,.,, J J ., -NU,-w", 1 .-..j,..-f". ', . . is 'A "V XX ' 'c ,Hi if . . "iw '- I-li Richard M. Brown Raymond F. Grohne Robert A. Hamilton Chester Anderson Reo V. Elliott A. Theodore Fagerburg Frederick L. Kirgis Robert N. Fagerburg Robert C. Humphrey J. Raymond Larson Harold R. Becher Lee A. Becker Arthur S. Davis THETA CI-II MEMBERS IN FACULTY S. Carl McMackin, B.S. John Pieper, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Charles R. Myers john G. Porter Russell G. Longley Keron C. Morrical Thomas L. Reedy Parke C. Livingston Kendall M. North Burton E. Roeder Marsden Elliott Richard M. Ford Paul B. Livingston Graduate Student W. Scott McDowell Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Founded, Norwich University, 1856 Forty-four Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established l916 505 East Chalmers Street Lester M. Roeder William E. Veerhusen Robert T. Saunders William A. Stephenson Lyle K. Wheadon S. Bascomb Vaughn Draden R. Waugh Raymond E. Martinie Jack M. Penrith Robert R. Suttles Richard P. Winter Edward M. Willems Harrison L. Winter Edward Wyman Robert C. Youtsey Burke Miller Len Buzzell Jack Huddleston Gerald M. Powell Alexander M. Booth John C. Williamson John Mowat l' , 5 'M F' "' A E E Hamilton Lyons McDowell Myers Veerhusen L. M. Reeder Porter H. L. Winter Brown Gi-ohne McB0orh Willems Reecly Stephenson T. A. Fagerburg Morrical Kirgis Youtsey Wheaclon R. V. Elliott Saunders Longley Anderson B. E. Roeder R. N. Fagerburg Waugh North Larson Powell Humphrey Vaughn Martinie P. C. Livingston Williamson Huddleston P. B. Livingston M. Elliott R. Winter Davis Suttle Becker Becher Penrith Ford PAGE 446 , K: x Founded, f -. ' University of Illinois. l9l6 l l' N7 One Active Chapter ' 5 ll0 East Chalmers Street N. fi I Mx pt-...-4ufv....v -. .-.. .t -We-...f....fJ. ..,,Y -.:- -V - --rg?-L 11- A ri l f W ,e" ii ANUBIS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY K vi - l ' I .. ,, F--H-gw.-- wlu vi -fu --.. F... 1. 4--, ffl ,We -vi1Zf'.V- .4 ' ' Vnrh X if V- -.-n i,.?44 L. H Seniors Anlin A. Haltug Erwin J. Drenclcpohl C. Robert Miller Edward J. Bottomley Harvey M. Hinderer Ralph W. Peterson Juniors ' Robert Robb Vernon W. Drcnckpohl Kenneth R. Larsen Edward G, Hitchcock Donald Hay Stanley H. Roycr John F. Barjenbruch Earl H. Drew Arthur N. Jonsson Sophomore: Louis C. Haltug H. Clayton Haney John J. Rose Edwin F. Stecve Charles Jun Robert l... Harmer Freshmen Earl L. Leith Richard F. Peterson James J. Jun Lee L. Miles W 'J -'ji--f W- --" A' iff: -4-'- -- --v-D------' 'M' f + an 4 4: -.f-1-4--.f . . 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' Founded, University of Virginia, 1868 Seventy-two Active Chapters Beta Eta Chapter Established 19l7 303 East Armory Avenue PI KAPPA ALPHA WD to I oe I 'ffm' ul in Hi sr K5 'V' ,J Q Gia' -R. '5' 2. - . L -M on ... rg: 3. -,L M- .Q N , ' ' 1 ....:.g....--.,.....a,.,--.-....,.,-..,-L-ease: 7 7 -1 - ' - 'Qlf':iaif,'52gZg,3fl " , rv Ja I , , V51 V, ,Q -'uf - l V I'f?1gg'f"?Q1 - 1 f -f-wi eg' .' ' .,mmf4, :,7?i15 -- -, .yy u f warg, . Essel R. Dillavou, B.S., A.B., J.D. William E. Britton, A.M., J.D., A.B. Howard E. Crawford, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors James C. Cullison Frank R. Hughes B. Kenneth Johnson Royner Greene Paul Osborn Page E. Beauchamp Theodore W. Blum George A. Conwell Devol Ernst Robert Cathcart Olin Carruthers Le Roy Esterdahl Barringer Geisel David E. Oram Virgil R. McBroom Emory E. McDaniel Eugene Hayes Jesse Haddon Charles Kipp Benjamin McCoy Lloyd McNeal Verneal E. Haye Hollis Lewey Hyatt Maclding Bernard Mullin Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Harold Oerman George Mathis Lawrence I. Perkins Roland Wachob Wayne Mathis Orey Oerman Francis Perkins James Naseef William Rupert Albert Seidel Robert Struve Earl A. Paul Charles E. Petty Lorn St. John Janvrin E. Mitchell Earl Volberding Dent Walker Frank H. Reed Edward Stults Herman Trock Pete Yanuskus Ward Dillavou Warren B. Heaps 'Y , ,.-rm::um-mi.1aa.f-m.w- - .--3: mi- M -, - -.. e- ve L L ii it B' ' 1 vw fLf.g,: 4' 3x -ax. 35 ' it . 9 gal'f.Tv1' .,"'4i-Mil 12 file? ',..3?j.,2'ff!f-s 1 diffs: Ywgji: A i"'i'Ziff137' '1 'fi' 'feifbiii - .rf I' 44' t ' gi, 1.1 ,,,.,2,'14., if ' .-ravi". ix,-F ' , -'UQ' ,ffl - .M 5 , W.l1-'T-f.'ff'z ' " 1' 'fi 2 ' ' il ' 1 . f iv-lf. ttf I' .vj 'u:,s:,Q.1Z., ,7ggg,'9.,f . .if , Qgwn'1f.i",f"-23' '1 '--il - , . . ' N. Qg,,?,H44 A . - 'V N. fu.f:'Qf.'1,f ff pf ., X, . ,l be fi-sl pg'13iif' . 'ffm i h . PIX' - - - r A 4 ' -- 7".'1t' ."fT"'1f"f", .i?'N.s':- - , 1 i iff. Q . 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Kleidcrer Forbes Alexander Calvin H. Bowersox F. Joseph Frasor James R. Green George M. Hoy J. Raymond Kieding Donnell A. Deegan William T. Elliott Robert Farrell Charles W. Gansz Howard L. Nellis T. Clayton Peffer juniors Raymond H. Goebel Richard P. Halm Soplromores Harold E. Kreft Russel C. Kremer Walter W. Zirzewitz Edwin J. Lawson Freshmen Oral L. Harris Richard W. Henderson Bill Jacobsen Carlyle C. Jahrling ...1 .... ....-..i... .,....- -6...........-...-....... ,.....v.-s...-1.-..-.....-.............. .... .. r... -..N .,...e............X ...-....................-....-..-.-.- Horace A. Stearns, B.S. Mortimer F. Sullivan, Lieut., U. S. A. Gordon M. Truman Wilbur Trunlcey Herbert W. Weber Ermal O. Henderson Walter C. Kurz Francis B. Stine Ray McDaniels Michael G. Murray George W. Murrison Alvin B. Redell Eldridge H. May Wilfred N. Neff Edward W. Oleski ........-.....fn...,..-...w...i,.....a.....i .........-a....,.... W.-. ...... .i. .mr .e ,. ., , r. 1-1 Q-.gn-rr--.4-. Y - 1-',- -N :-.- - Stine Halm Truman Clark Peffer Kleiderer Hoefer Weber Davis i i ., .. ..... ,M , 4 .A Kurz Alexander Goebel Conrad Zitzewitz Abeles Dillon Hoy Lawson Frasor Murrison Amey Arends Bayer Kremer Q Krvft Kieding Green Benson Gansz jahrling May R. Henderson Harris Neff Fm-mu Murray Jacobsen Cessna Brown E. Henderson McDaniels Carter Elligng DL-qgnn OIL-ski 4 -uv.,-,-r1:,.-,. wr . . - . -.-i.- V-f-.r-.r -- N... PAGE 449 4 'lll Founded, College of the City of New York, 1909 Thirty-three Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established l9l8 5 l008 South Fifth Street l l .1 .q 9I,f'iffi ,5 . ""2'T"' "CT ""' ""1,'I, jr 'j ,ai - - ' .1 , .. . , . 1... 1. .il ul lei fa... I . 1 T- 1 g iw "Q-g rj, gg, i N l . E""f""""""""-"""'-"K+f'1"-'re 'mfr' M- .U 1...-U. ....a-M.-....my...3:-mnm:s..a.. 3 ' .. . , WWQ.. ., W. orrfifirsirr., use no Q, -,, 1- 1 .4 Qiiiig grel X -. W 1 I L -'Z 59' fix - gl-QIXTSLFFQ:-,LJ ,A 'Le3'fffz.3:..f.' 141425 I AH- 'okmmnfmliig-,W Wf ik ' .QQ Q ' ,Jr -:M K mx 'My' -,L I ix -,NN 2 ,fy A 212 1 W 'wk ' '2 iff" 1 MTN 'ffihf ' I ' .A fe f + I I "'N ff' 'f -f iw' if 1-':'r2r: 14-I-wa... , A 1 ' an-.n !-14 lmnuxuglrig.-www WLS. 'vim' " -S- ' Carrol J. Kohner Julian F. Aland Charles L. Kaufmann Burrell B. Barash David Fisher Ernest Loewy Julius Michelson Harry L. Richter Jerome Hayman Marvin L. Lowenthal Meyer Alter Fred Shankman Edward Sternstein SIGMA ALPHA MU MEMBER IN FACULTY Irving Fineman, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors George Tolon Herbert A. Lowenthal Juniors Martin K. Miller Gilbert Ribbaclc Louis Degen Sophomore: Robert M. Hainsfurther Stanley G. Schoenbrod Irving Sideman William A. Lieberman Freshmen Ira J. Marland Maurice Schaffer Harry Wienman Herbert J. Schoenbrod William W. Benn Gerald E. Levinstein Jim K. Goldstene Jerome M. Rosenthal Joseph N. Turner Harold Laser Merwin S. Abrams Bernard D. Rosenalc Arnold F. Shapiro Sam Loeb Norman A. 'Miller George C. Rabens George E. Mittelman Nathan L. Golan Seymour Ellison Hyman Lidschin Sid Mogul Sidney M. Nierman Seymour Goodman Lester N. Cohen Sam Cohen Theodore Stern uunun-mm,.m.w M.1.?.:...smH. ..........4,...- Q, ,.,,. V V . . 4. M M 5 '.:'f. if " V -2 '.. wx!! QM ' gr!! Vw 1. ' iw 'ivfw' Hfeaff.-.amswfi Q, ,,,. .,...,.. , gram Yajhi V ,, EJ..f4Q61.1A iw" f"- 'H- f,'....M Q-fm . ,f A, ...Aw ..-. .4 .. -rw ,,.f.,. f.'1.,.gy, 'gi .., ..,,.,,i.a.'- ,J . . ,114'?"'7' 175' .fe 34:-55:1 5 ' 1351.1 XIQ- V i. - .xiii LQ:ffr,'if7ig.1fi""'f W fif- ua- '..g7..,' 'g'i4'1'a if 1,.x,dr'1-, -,A ,-3 gr! agp: .1 'A C' an .J"""CV: 3, Tire'-geffrfei ff' P. 4 1, , 5 x ,tg ', -. ' - un :wt - 'gr U ' f"al'ii "R li ' ri ...IWIM .Qing 163: ,-' x,,,,,-M3 :U 'A I' A A ' l 5 . M. msg VW 'W fl" ' v- i 'x T? . ,BX Y' it ,l X 'v-'Q fir? -'flthfi .y ". 'Hi'-ff. 'yi .FL .yr A '-W.y:y61L33S, . 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Jiif l Pace 450 ... .Q ig., H-ns' "4 l , 2, .f N "'73.'f"f1'. u ' DELTA SIGMA PHI ADI? W . 151 I Founded, College of the City of New York, 1899 Forty-four Active Chapters Alpha Alpha Chapter Established 1919 106 East ,Daniel Street , i 1, Quincy G. Burris, A.B. Richard E. Haswell, A.B. Edward E. Codner Wesley J. Niebergall Don D. Richmond Ralston L. Rundquist William H. Biederman H. Walter Hanson Donald Brown Leslie L. Shidler Louis L.'jourdan Herbert H. Hale George C. Kieffer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Henry H. Bailey, A.M., C.P.A. Theodore L. Bennet, A.M., Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Robert H. Kube Theodore J. Brenemen Floyd H. Mackey Harold L. Sharp jack L. Hagen R. Taylor Drake Carl O. Goodwin Daniel A. Geline Charles F. Ehlers joseph J. Tolson William G. Jourdan juniors John R. Pearson Elliot C. Whittle. Sophomore: Arnold G. Christiansen Russell D. Henrique: William W. Bland F resbmen Bernice L. Blarr Richard F. Rietz W' Huston C. Joyner, B.S., NLS., M.A. Harry E. White Foster A. Smith Harold M. Dreslaach Charles E. Ilanfeldt William P. Lispcomb John R. Ozment George N. Blatt S. Jerome Rea Howard L. Wiertz -I -F -A if Rundq'-'lst Biedermm Codner Hanson Nifbefllll Dresbuh Richmond Micke? Kube Shir? Brenemen Pearson Tolson Jourdan White Brown Shidler L. jour-dan Hagen Drake Goodwin Christiansen Henriquez Bland Whittle nanfeldt Hale Kieffer Gelino Ehlers B. Blatt Lispcomb Rierz Ozment Wiertz G,Bl3gg Ru 1 f P A GE 451 William E. Pollard 1 S 1 I 1 l l l 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 l X l, V Founded, University of -iv Pennsylvania, 1908 Fourteen Active Chapters 92 Zeta Chapter m,4f:igfQ'i ' Established 1919 '-L 308 East Armory Avenue W iffff 4-fe tmww3QiMMEE.ewvewQ , . Y........r......ea--7.41fegfa-9-Fliqize .: -1-- -Z , 1 I ,, Nair 4 V!.iL..4- v vly zu. 'Y ' 1- ,gstlr-,,.1,' . . 'ffaf wmtlfrzwf' A' 'PWfI72I. ,g ,,-,,M 1 , . la -. Si .a, xX,4f ' .et ' '.K'L1,-fe-ufp,:'li" "1 ' -Fir W V-IFUTD5. -.P If-.1x2'l.f42':1'.'4Zy f -fy? iktslgxiv A- uunannqu.-es.-mm ' " SIGMA PHI SIGMA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Chester R. Anderson, lVl.A. Ethan A. Norton, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Reginald E. Bard Charles W. Black Lester L. Bodach George R. Cook Elton K. Hartenbowei John P. Fixmer J. Willis Goodwin Robert E. Grusendorf Donald B. Anderson john E. Carlson Charles F. Clapp Benjamin W. Carey J. Clifford Brown William D. Flynn Cecil Perkins Kenneth H. Von Ohlen juniors David S. Jaffray Clinton W. Kneessi Harold D. Vursell Robert R. Kelley Donald F. Schnepp Carlisle Winkler Soploomores Harry W. Leonard Kenneth L. Mounce Stephen A. Vanderpoorten Robert W. Mayer Kent C. Roberts W. Harry Stout Leslie I. Mayes Theodore j. Schlitt Freshmen john E. George Alexander R. Koch Frank E. Leconte R. Eugene Lefiler Henry C. Luders William H. Lynch John D. Olson Charles H. Page Charles C. McClure .........,.' --- -- ,,,......-. -.,. fr.- an . .. eneft. ' ii 1 li f ' A. gif' 4 sf fffiwv X :am-S an ay ZLQEL I, 'w hen nw" A ' f' ? 41. .1 , 1 W, .cz 1,1 1 Q it Mfifviij . wgqfzsir-s,g Ni.. gs-m-.Q-Q,ii:5'Q',1 .-' .' J.. ' 4 71K:f'i I..- 1,7 an - .xitegkiptya M41-Q.-1 - QQ 5.1 I.: gifs! ygggf xi 1' gsm gegf5Eaa3 eawffnnfi M 5f1'i'?5"f5'f'5-'lg a,tw VMI 09.1 ,' '. 1 "9"'v?i ':1T.',hs's,x. ' frm, .- e - rv 1 fw1'1,,l ,fo ar, ,- .fw ,.1...,, ' ' ,Q ,, .7. .,N, 1 . ' ima. sa gpm., .. K. ,,,"1.. ':'.15.H- C ,V 2 '1 ' "V I ,,,,.,m,,.,,f A- . ..xm.,v, 1 4 .1 L at 5 V by 1 Eli' il , I U 1 .1 'Elf 7 --V - .. 'L' ... ,, Y.,Ef' 4 1 I :nr A, 1 I I lit 1 ,X Jw! "9fY. 1 ' " L'-T 'fiilll I :xl rt-.El-'N , ry. H We , f, . ' :M 1. 'y N, 1. . . mr r HH ' -funn ai - "' . :wq,,..'11.' I-qs... .- 'qewiatg mf., 1437, .M ig! vu., -4.7, ilsiu, 'V 1-z ' 'th' "i'?'.f 9 IW Jin: 'I ,,1. .J A y aiirjlf, j w1-- . n ag W Y ! 9' .1 .... . ... ..,. .......-.,.........,..,..,,...........,......,,.,,.,,.,.......,,.... ,... ...., ,...,.,. .,..,., ,,,, ,,,,.,J,Y,,.,,,...,.,:,-,,,, - - - , H -- . .. 551' ' Lefiler Mounce Carlson Bodach Mayer George Goodwin Leconte Lynch Page ling? P' Koch Anderson Stout Roberts Schlitt Clapp Olson McClure Mayes Luders 4 ' Grusendorf Leonard Schnepp Jaffray Fixmer Kelley Cook Vursell Hngenbower Kneessi Winkler Brown Black Carey Bard Flynn Perkins Von Ohlen Pollard 'like' .a...... W., I. . .,,......... .. .1 ..,..............a.f-eeg....e..--EMS. - - if -We f-1 - I W.--W-f--..,2.-ri---.. - - We I aa! PAGE 452' Jn- l Founded, r,, .,....'.' fri. New York University, 1913 5 if lk I Q3 ' Eighteen Active Chapters f a Q ral ci nl 4 Q' ii' A VO' Delta Chapter E F 'I ".',L'. .1 Established 1920 Q 302 East North Drive , U i ' if I-3?-ji FAME-.tl 412 si' if - A ' Y n iw'iifii5i.'.' i43:f5fqiii4f3"fffqfEET?-gW'g,'f'., f 4 'f . V . . 5 , , -A . swag ' ,, . em ev . - , A .fi-war. ,N-f V' .a ,W . ffm?-W-if ,,A .B,,,,,N J .v ,5,Qynm!7mm15.o,.p:.,X-.-- Ju 1 ,Lt .few "" 'A-lu -' .5 l V K l giiiimrx Sli , ' "W R- - -'f -'fini' g.2'x'f?.H. N "3 'A " 'liiilfr' f "u m fgwrliii' 'A ' ' ......... S. Harvey Shapiro Harold L. Passman Irving Eisenstein Eli L. Elman Harry A. Handler Charles R. Jacobson Judd Breakstone Henry L. Wolen Morton Pinz Sidney X. Hartman jacob B. Rothstein Lester B. Lustfield Gilbert Geller ALPHA EPSILON PI MEMBERS IN FACULTY Alvin R. Cahn, Ph.D. Edwin R. Littman, MS. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Louis I. Lewis Edward E. Seidmon Milton D. Levy Raymond E. Ehrlich Albert Weiss joseph C. Rafilson joseph E. Springer Sylvan S. Friedman Sidney Novak Sheftel Levenstein Ephraim Schreiber Harold M. Schoenberg Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Albert G. Rothenberg Barney Hayden Milton M. Adelman Bernard M. Liebling Morris Kirchenzaft Irwin P. Magidson Conrad I. Stepner Edwin Ziegler Richard M. Golden Adolph Ritholz Albert B. Turner Maxwell A. Goldberg Seymour B. Levy Sidney N. Schulman Milton L. Williains Gerald G. Bolotin Marvin H. Levenberg Harry H. Salk Leo L. Allweil Edward Kremer William E. Shinglman George S. Abarbanell , 1 3. N S5 1P' ug Q. Q M. H52 A We aa Inks iff-'Lf .ii 1' 'Lin 'nie 'BP' EWTB2 ,s-. ' :JA frglsixgu .WU ,at -, i -my nw N - . . fp' ' f -..,. .-A M i... t 1 L -.Wm .15 r 1 ' as I Q4 l". ff: "fleet:-lf! " E. 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Kremer Goldberg Hartman Novak Friedman Ritholz Ziegler Levenstein K x xv' ,4 Q22 'K Golden Turner R0fll5f9ill Schreiber Shinglman Lustfield Schoenberg Springer Migidson Allweil Salk Abarbanell Pinz Bolotin Smpnef Wolgn Williams Elman Weiss Breakstone Rafilson Handler, Kirchenzaft Levenberg Jacobson Seidmon Liebling Rothenberg 1 Eisenstein Ehrlich M. Levy Passman Lvwlfi Cahn Shapiro Llffm-10 Hayden Schulman S. Levy Adelman X54 N' . ..,..,1 ,.,,.-n-nfmr.ran-mvn- 1, ,--ww - - A-::--....,...::.-w.:......vmv-i,-,.- www-,M va.:mf.n.-.v-w....f,,... .- .N at H,--..-,, ,.. li V. .,.. ..-emma P A c E 4 5 3 viii w-1 i v -Q Founded Union College 1827 Fifteen Active Chapters Tau Chapter Established 1920 1008 South Fourth Street ACI? s-:mai ini Henry B. Ward, Ph.D., D.Sc. Robert F. Goddard Richard C. Crabbs William E. Swiney Robert C. Munneclce Clifford Parlcer Robert C. Freeman William M. Rose Robert W. Teeter, J Charles F. Row l'. DELTA PHI William H. Rayner, M.S., C.E. Charles L. Stewart, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors William T. Husband Leslie S. Lane Theodore H. Brain Herbert W. Mumford James D. Knox Kenneth G. Beebe Clayton K. Bingaman Eugene J. Kinderman Juniors Lester B. Sommer Richard T. Raymond David D. Jacobs Rupert A. Brunltow Sophomore: Freshmen Ragnar N. Borg Robert W. Laviclta Horace K. Moulton Gerald H. Garland "' '1 Chauncy B. Schmeltzer, M.S. George C. Caldwell William G. Garretson Grahame E. Riddell Harry W. Elcins Keith H. Kittle Max H. Flowers Clifford B. Campbell iv- 1 I vw 9 l 551, . Q Y Y A mi Lavicka Garland Kinderman Row Teeter Rose Moulton Freeman Beebe Borg Binglmlh Knox Campbell Munnecke Parker Brunkow Jacobs Crabbs Brain Mumford Ekins Kittle Caldwell Garretson Goddard Sommer Lane Swiney Riddell Husband Raymond I --in 1 l r :ii r u -'R il-I PAGE 454 Founded. College of the City of New York. 1902 Twenty-seven Active Chapters Psi Chapter Established l920 907 South Third Street ...-Y ..--,Q-at-.-uw---e 1 l --W .rux i I I ' MT L,--,,..:t..,,X...4f.,.,,q :.,q,Ki, I I m.,E,,.,.k,: :,1,-fa ff E M1----ev-1 -V I 1 -iw.-e E--as-17--rr-N Lafl wv fl-.5 iff .gi J-el . f .s :F i ' 3itzrvz:13':!z:t1r"r:11s::'i-:J 4.va..v.,r,. - 1. --xi.-4.. n-. -1.11.-may--new ---f--.-v---an--u . i,K4tHl1iiivl"" " ".y N ,Q jryerf -' Nt J' N 'QR ,f .- 91. 1 ' '. ' - I e '- -f 2,4 Q -K - inf :rg V, ' u1.z.n-1-am.-.-,........ E HH, I Marg. r,,,- . . David Rosenfeld Herbert Kamin Bernard Hecht Theodore Shafton Maier Levin Louis Sutin Albert R. Cohen David Rubin Julius Schuham Seymour Kite Seymour Lieberman Jacob Deutch Albert Hutler Arthur Sosna PHI EPSILON PI MEMBER IN FACULTY Abram L. Sachar, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Stanley Herzman Louis Schwabacher Sherman Deutch Jerome Wachter Richard Tauber Joseph Schoolman Kenneth Kurtzon Nathan Fadim Myron Alexander Fred M. Friedlob .,...r.. ...,..I.., .. . ., ., . ........-..-..t-..-.....4..-..-......-..,,.n..-...-...-.. .........- Seniors Juniors Soplromores Freshmen Irving Burger Lester A. Weinrott Harold Levin Joseph L. Cohn Irving D. Fegenhols Paul Moskovitz Nathan Pollack Lewis Solomon Edward Back Haskell Siegan 5-up-M..,m nmmv-n.u- --1.-....e: ,,,-1----ff-arid. 5 211m I .1 ii S P1 l 3 E! is we I- fiiff 53:3 M S552 f ' -.-f...maa...r.,....-Q. ,.,............W I ., """""Ti 4. Jaw.-gy , ...L-e ,. .4'-s f2' f g X 'W 17.-' 2 'N xxx, ,rf X ,fl ,,:.,,.H1f , iw. . .wa ,l. Alfred Simons Stanley Goldstine Milton Singer Charles Blumenfeld Joseph Cohen Charles E. Mills Mort Chesler Bernard Mayer Herbert Stein Arthur Cohan Oscar Jaffe Robert Goldstine taa:.-:ffm-y ..,.,....-4.1.2-.2'.,r at .Q.1.w...i......ft....,....,v,.,sv .tm-W-.- mu - -v Q K. ,,. , r . ..f:'.,15 'J ,Ve- ..:,.'!"'Q , 1...'x.l .J 'buf' . F214 li 'XI l lf.-fi ' 2. f- - . 1' 'N '- ' e" Iiufg-I f e as f 1: ie f zff?..s1 l 2 .- I -4,5 Mix. gil' .--T, Wt.: , ,xv H 1-1 4 4.1, -.Q e ,ucv--z . wa... , --vt. .1 'fig Wx" ,Q M -KL wx-,U :l '- fix" ll I 'Nr rhxim--e.y.g:.av -3 V :L - - ' Z .1 if-an ,- bums 5-HT' I- 'ff' xr,- 2.:3:,k:Ll. L., .qi V. .K ima iff 112' I Y 1.2.-Es 'f'hh1Z'iflZ1' l ml eff.-V sf' 4 "Q-Xa. :ff ful' 'f' 1' X1 hifi, 1' I 'Y 1Qe."I'f'-q-- -V 7 Ku 1 , l.xf5Q,e..-, xg ,lr cy,-'f-giv ' ii rlflxyf ,f gg' Ziwlf. f. -i. f , w,:.::Q.,13 iff' ' 5-gas - -' ivy iffy , 41,4 1,145 .gy W'-,611 eff '-.,f ,TQ rw-a 4 - 4' "- aff. Vs.-' E15 A 'I :ggi ,-A . ,. ' .C l' Irie-"' IN i "'- if 'fs MQW-' r t 'M i tf' 1 F l'9"'.'."a 'V- V e ,--A , 51 fi' ,Ajv-5 ,,,-1 .zum-fx iffy.. DJ J. 1 U:-ff---. N .... .. . -H . -- -V--M.-...-............--,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....... f-'- 4 - -'- ---'--"A-'--N'---W-N------v---mf-Q-4 '--- f----- 'W-A -'Y--M-.W......,.......,. ..,,.,....,, .. ,,. .,,.,, , 4,,..,.,,, ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,g,v,. It M' . Ill Kite Lieberman J. Deutch Hutler Sosna KI-IFKZOI1 Fadim Alexander Friedlob Pollagk Solomon Back Siemn Stein , X, Schoolman Cohan Weirirott .lilac A' Cohen Tauber Moskovitz Chesler Fegenhols R. Goldstine Mayer I Schwabacher Rubin J- Cohmf Colfn Wffhfff M'll5 M' Levin S. Goldstein Sutin Schuham lx Shafton Burger Herzman H- Levin SWBH' Blumenfeld Hecht Simons Kqmin Rosenfeld S. Dwtch Q4 --w 2 --'--We itat.--wwmmlwui-uucs.mm uuvmfz-mn .va .. ,. . " ' "' 'rr W" ' ' 1. r.--tm, .' , 1'-mm 3--.. 1.-..,. . V.,-mueu-,,e,-m.i. PAGE 455 ll Abner R. Knight, M.E., E.E. Kenneth W. Carr John W. Hickman Merrill H. Main Shirley H. Engle Warren J. Baker George R. Morse Frank J. Fara Alfred W. Black Edward Nieburger Thomas C. Hanson Jack DeAtley Gustav H. Stiehl, jr. Russell L. Villars I .. '-?7".'l TAU DELTA TAU MEMBERS IN FACULTY Arthur W. Fox, M.S. Benjamin F. Chadw MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ernest Hennings John N. Higgins Kenneth G. Morton Glenn E. Chapman Frank R. Urban Richard Vogel Walter Bowman Maurice L. Rossiter Leland A. Quinclry Warren D. Wilkinson Albert T. Schmidt Seniors Juniors Soplvomores Freshmen H. Kenneth Wilson Charles W. Cassell Edward E. Longbon Joseph E. Serhant Clarence V. Wilson James A. Paterson Burton Jolley Wade Clark Jack Swartz Clair H. Warren Fred Oathout Founded, University of Illinois, l920 One Active Chapter 202 East Green Street V ack, Lam., U. s. A., c.E. sr Jr. Frank E. Quindry Robert H. Henderson Robert B. Lyon Leon Trimble S. Carl Walker Kenneth W. Culp Homer E. Dremann Merle C. Finnell John B. Robinson joseph S. Bartlum Ronald F. Larson I gag f I-misuse L. Quindry Oathout Swartz Stiehl Warren Robinson Bowman Schmidt DeAtIey Wilkinson Bartlum Dremann Jolley Larson Holmquist Hanson Rossiter Paterson Finnell Vogel Villars Higgins Nieburger Morse Walker Baker Chapman Serhant Culp Black Lyon Longbons Engle Cassell F. Quindry Carr Hickman Main Henderson Morton PAGE 456 'wr Founded, University of California, 1914 Seven Active Chapters -1 ' ' nf. ., '.-""."1 . ' . ' ' 'L' " Gamma Chapter Established l92l 407 East Daniel Street 0 " Or fi ff c 1' , ,K ' ln .gn dt' X '4 - 1 ' RQ. 13? fr- . " ff, 4 . V J N 0 L ' " - Us 7 . 'gill 4 e 3: .. , . xx-1-H-... ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Floyd R. Watson, Ph.D. Carrol C. Wiley, B.S., C.E. George Dungan, Ph.D. Lloyd Morey, A.B., B.lVlus., C.P.A. I a i l 5 i 'if IW 1 ' if fl.. 'W wr. J 'Tu rylffiw l l' Robert Matlock, B.S. James K. Felts Leonard Grahle MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Vernon L. Heath Robert H. Tull Seniors Clarence H, Dykema Roy E. Smith V Juniors john H. Olwin Russel C. Gibson Richard T. Uhben Murl E. Tascher Norman A. Watson Willett J. Rankin John T. Schaefer john L. Brown Horace C. Baker Sophomore: Tarson T. Wiley Louis F. Bunte Victor L. Opperman Fred H. Morris George F. Taubeneck Sam M. Stone Wendell E. Cannon Roy E. Baird john M. Manley Willis W. Helfrich Max Hull Frexlvmen Harold A. Hayworth Marvin E. Denekas Kleckncr Luettick Stewart S. Brown Edwin E. Klatte 41 'ax 4, igfq 5135, ,. 411, HW? f 4't'f,'kf.' "1 'ap - fi , 1 N. vi 'fm ima , . . , Xiji -'t mg! '51 c?i,gf,ri:e,, ' B,jPA'ii1'l'ff?. ,a1lfw2?,jNf?1'7,3,fa, jiri-."' . Qi' V '-" ,,,' A 4 . - :",,y,,.' 1. " 9 :H ' ,. . ',-...lv-3. -G -.1-, S ww 1 gay' " LW' tix? millvfv gif:-5 , 'v?5i35i?1'?37TWe3f??1 ff .-'Af "ETH NW, Y'JAZ.llr,kr 5 151:41 fr" NLM. " , gf ,.j?,q! 1 ml f. A- 'I .i ',.' ,f.ji'q1' '.-' V 1 A"r'iQ?"'i,,,gi K... -ri .. f 'wg'-H'.' ,gl j'lv2.n'-'+.' J ff ff, --'jf M ',f,,egf..v l .W-.,g1 A 10 pw ...R-W--X '.' '7.-. Tr, M" '-wff:'.-1' fKfr.':H.",vMi fn up W u.. , ,,Q,...IL 1 qw-:W wir L M- ' -V 'k's h""'l1r'74:'th,,...,1 . , ,WY W f', 5,-'ff'Q'r-sff? 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Founded, University of Illinois, 1921 One Active Chapter Alpha Chapter Established 1921 502 East john Street ,kwmwrgx H., . warg. ,,... ...., - .......,,....,.4. 1-7...-.2 I V , V i'fi3PA'W-" ' A - v .4 it I ...u I 1.-..iv"m'--X vm". . M I 'K WWE 'SF .Ff'i'5"Pf1'9h'-T4N!'3??l'I""Wil1?l 'F'-'N' 5'7WL 9 r"figQw'." '51 L I ib.Q,,...:zw.:-..... rf? w --.f.w.:.v-.V lrrifw.-.ffugwe f.?.'f.3.'f if 'Q fwyifntw W .-flap?,,..5Ms',...,,,.., .PNK A gu',A 1f11,FZQ5-m.Af..cfC.aff ,ll l,qg33Wgg! V ' 3254- F -I nf. . 1'g,.,,k:,.'-,.:...f',,.z.m::'rrmrg12.a.1!r:1 '- -q ua. .PY ,. ,.w.,, .- 3 , 1 ' f ' , N A I ' Eh.. .. ,ut bn.-.ia .forma - I ii- X'-'5 Donald B. Keyes, Ph.D. Roger Adams, Ph.D. B. Smith Hopkins, Ph.D., D.Sc. Dale F. Babcock Euclid W. Bousquet Michael J. Copley Defoe C. Ginnings Earl H. Johnson Russell W. Fisher Karl A. Folkers Ronald G. Hardy Byron Marquis Kenneth D. Atkins Wallace j. Bornholdt GAMMA PI UPSILGN Ralph K. Hursh, B.S. Thomas E. Phipps, Ph.D. Thomas E. Layng, Ph.D. john H. Reedy, Ph.D. Cullen W. Parmelee, MS. Worth H. Rodebush, Ph.D. Robert T. Leslie Laurence L. Quill Charles W. Scull Everett J. Shaw Wendell M. Stanley Eugene E. Johnston Walter Klabunde Paul M. Norman Lamon K. Coons Richard F. B. Cox MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate Students Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Earnest G. Walters John E. Whiccenberg Gail R. Yohe Mortimer A. Youker Pierce W. Selwood Joseph A. Oravec Howard A. Smith William D. Parrish Hugh R. Jenkinson Leslie E. Whittenberg Harry C. Kremers, Ph.D. Duane T. Englis, Ph.D. Ralph H. Ojemann, M.S Curtis C. Coons Alfred L. Elder Irving L. Ozanne Robert W. Ball William B. Thomas Dawson P. Wilson Charles I. Parrish -5. 5 . . .vi , ,WU .s. ' 3 ff'f.?'?iV . if ' . j- . e Lf Harm ' .V -fe' . W' 1 'R . 1 Amin? Ay!! .. . fig Fefe -Qfxf Qimiafez .v f '- -. c . il 1,-3 .gs I l if Ju . 1 - . . - if. mr fu Y. -, 3 'i M5 gi "irq, riffs? . -. - I p 25" qi yu w e 'ifh .. fi'-Ln. . . K JE' .L a 511' yi! - . g'?'f'r3fl,-'xii-Q.. YE I H -ef ff. A p f .mf - 1 B so r ., . ,,,,,.,..,,,.,,,.,.., .,.,,,.. ,, ., ..,.,, , ,,.,. . , , ,.... W.- ...........,....,.,,.....,..,,..,,- .... ..,. Hi... M...-..-. ...'-.-f-----'-..w--..w-t.-.----s--1.-w-.--f----f-N-W-l""'s""' - 'M' W " ' " W '::'7' ' 7 'P "'QH"' i I 6 Leslie Youker Scull Yohe Stanley Babcock Reedy Adams Waller! Bousquet Ginnings Fisher N il Ball Selwood Johnson Elder Shaw Keyes Kremers Oravec J. Wliittenberg Ozanne Macke ff' Klabunde Norman Wilson Folkers W. Parrish Thomas .lohnston Marquis Smith 'fix Cox L. Whittenberg C. Parrish L. Coons Jenkinson Hill Bornholdt Atkins Hardy Cl! -a' -I..--mvvu-mu, .,-. ...A-we we -'-. am.-an-v -H nf as.::-"..s.ui-mvesm..smnarwaw1-'MIS'5-34 J-E+:-I-------L' -- A' V F---I B' "'f2:- f . PAGE 458 '- If' fix .- Hx, f' f- Of -. . -.. Hugh A. Brown, M.S., E.E. Edward J. Filbey, Ph.D., C.P.A. Floyd R. Baughman Melvin D. Collinson James D. McKinlay Harold L. Geisert John K. Hamilton Charles H. Kloppenburg William E. Knickerbocker Ralph E. Brunelle Edwin C. Eberspacher William H. Holden Clement R. Burkhart . Hillis A. Cash Edward J. Locke Founded, Middlebury College. 1905 Seventeen Active Chapters Eta Chapter Established l9Zl "' ""' 404 East John Street MEMBERS IN FACULTY Horace M. Gray, Ph.D. James M. Lewis, Lieut., U. S. A. Jerome L. LeMaster, LL B A M Robert D. Carmichael, Ph.D. Irvine M. Marshall, B.S. Hiram T. Scovill, A.B C P A MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Charles H. Davis Edward J. Herzog Jacob L. Knowles J. Robert Locke Robert B. Orlovich Kenneth S. Jacobs George L. Johnson Perry H. Lewis C. Norman Flanders Ray J. Iden Clyde W. Johnson Leslie L. Reid juniors Stafford J. Robinson William L. Rowe Alvin R. Shabino Sophomore: F. Blair Mayne Robert B. Stobbs A. Lew Wilkinson Freshmen Arnold Lippert Paul M. Miller S. Allen Richards William C. Rosborough Lorin D. Whittaker Dale E. Sutton Henning C. Vagtborg Theodore B. Wiese George J. Wilson G. Paul Wilson Marvin Winkler Robert S. Starrett Richard V. D. Strong Richard F. Locke Cup, snrmt strong Sutton G. J. Wilson Iden Geisert Jacobs Mayne G. p, wilm, Mme, Burkhnt Robinson Holden Brunelle Vyilkimon Lewis G. L. Johnson Rosborough Knowles Winkler Hamilton Valfbofi Shsbfno K"ld"'b0fk" Oflovifh Kl0PPH1blH'8 Wiese Stobbs Herzog Davis Whittaker C. W- .lohnwn Bllllhmlh Richard! Collinson Reid J. R. Locke Rowe PAGE 459 ur' V. R. Fleming, B.S. Basil D. Fowler Robert C. Reed Ross B. Hoffman John F. Bracken Fred R. Schroeder Harold E. Bridge Oren A. Bass Raymond E. Stickler Founded, College of Charleston, 1904 Thirty-two Active Chapters Upsilon Chapter Established l92l 106 East Green Street PI KAFPPA PHI MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. J. Norton, Ph.D. W. Putnam, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Robert Meloan Harold Meyer Robert S. McVitty Albert R. Sherwood Frank Parizek Christian M. Andersen Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Herbert S. Schroeder H. Edwin Odell Kenneth Millen Silas G. Weinberg Raymond L. Blue Harold Wilson Wesley T. wooley Eugene Ullemeyer Melvin A. McCoy james E. Furness Lorens Thaisen Kenneth W. Grosse 'N 1- J' N S O Bracken Weinberg Hoffman Stirlrler Bass Wilson Sherwood Odell Blue Knudsen Parizek Schroeder Thaisen Andersen Furness Meyer Millen McCoy Grosse Bridge' McVitcy Bergholtz Meloan Ullemeyer Reed Wooley Fowler H. Schroeder PAGE 460 1: ee e .J 1 Il Q ' .,----J' Founded. S4 .- . . ,.,. I "L Syracuse University. 1909 il q- I IX 1 Q Four Active Chapters 2 n f T- . ' '. , I , ' '. Gamma Chapter .1 V, nf? Established 1922 . L l "Af 'I -' 412 East Green Slreet Zi r ..x..,.,...,.V.,..,,....,5 . ...,,,,..,.7,,. ., ..- .. .- Ibm,-,U-. 1 lt.-gr?-7-.-7,-TWT..-..,. .,....,,,,-W A m'l-.f1l'.L7xt,.:I 355 . f' fllq. If I Iv' 'I lt.: l.-tlkfkf cw.f4v.,gg,i1'..fa., ya,g37g,5Jl , 5.,,,,,,.,.g-,.,,u...,,,., 1 E, .,...,M,. . , , , U., ,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,.,.h-......- ...w.......,.NI-.....,.,..,1..w,.-,.,,e..M-...T J 'ff V 1.-fwzrf vm -1 we' " W" "-rr-r-- f' -..:,"'iP"' .. .V fl ' , . . A ' . f . . lf, 'I g.,gr-frm 'A . i-.',r-..p'-ljhw 'f"...'3f-f,r1'1H ' . ' 1"-'T I '13-:,,,f1':,- g,.1':sw.5---,,,s+yf'.",Nl-.fwf-"i' .f I . ,,,, i:,,:,..,' V. L K 1 ,gi .- ,,..,..5:..-,.v , 1 .-.J 3 fs.n1v.t:g ,f.a:z,:.x.1..::.',y,pjj1' My:-if .A 'l , -1 .- . H' - A p ' X, lx . 1 'fi Y Xi .mt If ..,V '. p, .x I, Mx E HX Ivy: ,sm M AY, aw ATV., .N . I E, .Vi , ,. ,V NM., 1 L'.,g" A ', 'IS In-1 ......,- Q Q' .v -surfer.,-f. Carl A. Bell Gilbert E. Chalstrom Fenton L. Crews Horace W. Alexander Rosslyn E. Armbruster Robert L. Jacobs Rex M. McCann John R. Alexander Freemann S. Church Alfred 1. Armbruster Gordon S. Boughton is-- . TI-IETA ALPHA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senior! Harvey C. Harris Merrill H. Johnston Thurston R. Luncleberg juniors Maxwell Montgoniery Vincent C. O'Leary john R. Orndolf Graham E. Park Sophomore: William E. Gobble Thomas R. Hopkins Frexlmzen Herbert E. Dangremond James E. Dare H. Milton Luncleen Gilbert L. Olson J. Leroy Williforcl Charles A. Ross Robert W. Seemann Harold C. Struclc Ray F. Thiesse Ralph E. Lindner Guerard Mackey ,lack N. Harms Fred C. Poland Albyn G. Wolfe James A. Young Paul W. Young Gilbert B. Upham William W, Ascher William B. Greenwood W. Nelson Wyle Alexander S. Young III Marsh E. Williford Herbert E. Hudson ng... . ................................---.................... ...,.... . ..,. ...p...,....4......-.....----..... ...,..............,..,...-. -..-... ....... -......-.................,................-......-...,M...................... .... ...................-sw. ,. mf... ..., .. ii 7 l' ?iiI.X'i . X il' i .li V... A-., H. a S V '1 't -.:.mnf . I I J Xu.- I f 6 1 l 1 1 i Omdoff J- young Williford Olson Sell Thiesse Wolfe Lundeen Lundeherg Crews Johnston Wyle Ggbl-,lg Mackey Church H0pluns Chalstrom Lindner H. Alexander Montgomery Sgruck Oilucnry Uplmm Seemann R. Armbruster Jacobs J. Alexander McCann Ross Park Greenwood M. Williford Hudson Harms Poland Asmcr A' Young Dam D1l1Rr6m0nd Houghton A. Armhruster ..-...- . mmf1,mi.t- .1-.: .fi ..-ww-1... 1. 4. .. ,..,- - Paola 461 ru E I Y 4 4 1 f Founded, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1864 Twenty-nine Active Chapters an .l,", Alpha Beta Chapter - Established 1922 'J Eff ' fir' ,, , A.,g,1.,..,. 'I 'L ., .X ., . DQ A 4. - 1 i 205 East Armory Avenue ii ii l 'A 0 v . irfwrzoa-1-nm . N , A., ., . I , '- . 3 .la -,, ld5l12I2ll.Q nfl 1-A is -lil W A .salsa i if i . fr iff 1 if H , p f' N. Horace J. Macintire, B.S., M.M.AE. Andrew M. Ives George Wolfram Philip H. Gustafson Donald M. Owen Kenneth Story Carl E. Feiclcert Donald W. Bahlman Maurice M. Channing Carl Scheve james K. Colehour Max Staley Fred S. Meigs y-Wm-r,-..........Y...-w.a:... . TI-IETA XI MEMBERS IN FACULTY Paul D. Converse, Ph.D., A.M. William H. Lycan, B.S MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Howard S. Bennethum George B. Keck Rolland R. Roup Seniors Edgar C. Morrison Rudolph F. Lotz Vernon L. Replogle juniors William H. Shatwell David N. Bradley David W. Burnett Robert E. Berry Sophomore: Philip H. Kammann Louis J. Perrottet Richard M. Palmer Vernon Rosenthal LeRoy B. Harr Eugene A. Lattig Freshmen Charles H. johannsen Francis M. Davies Allen Touzalin Maynard T. Doherty , ........ ....--..-Iwi ,.....-w- , , , -gem... ,-.--W 2 r al elv., -rwxiigfl i f- i -f-- lm W Qbvlq . .. ,,,. fp.. rj, V. I , 'I Homer L. Shantz, D.Sc., Irvin R. Linnard Philip W. Jones John W. Gannaway Ralph M. johnson A. Edward Best Martin C. Christensen Leonard J. Litvan Donald S. Smith Harry W. Sheppleman Robert Davis Joseph B. Novak Ph.D. M ' .,', ,,. is ' 'lift ft. ll' i Q '15, ' T. .i 'M I yy ll 'th ffl xl' J T -Q i... 3' M' L 'la . . ' 15, in il .I- n , v"' .Q W f if 1 rl.. f r +R view JP: A ,- f I r3::.?f5,?1,.ik1ir" .fr -4 -'447."..,q 4. ith.: ' -w.'Xl'W-gf, , 5 m f ' . R-2211 'Wg if .hm ' I " . I c Riff' "5 . A-ug w3z?E3'i:f1n .Z lm M, F.,,,.,.-,.,,,,,,.,,,,:,,,.. .- --v,, ,, A H YW V ,Y W Y ,W 31' v,,,,, ,tr ,..,.- I .Pa Bahlman Meigs Davies Johannsen Touzalin Colchour Stiles' Doherty Davis Channing Novak Harr Smith Scheve Christensen Owen Palmer Rosenthal Litvan Feiclrert Sheppleman "S Perrottet Burnett Story Berry Bradley Shatwell Shafer Best .l0hn50n Kamman Lattig fl Replogle Ives jones Gustafson Wolfram Morrison Linnard Bennethum Lotz Keck Roup , :s:anmummmwm- ,, ,C ,-x.-.vu .z:a::.....:51g- '-vb-vfi----e-:aa-::.,,..... 17, . 1- - ir ' l-- W - PAGE 462 - -3. 9- . 1 Q. -new 4 1 n f .. B, gi' Q 'Air Founded, University of Illinois, 1922 Onc Active Chapter 201 East Green Street 1 W I -1 w 1 l 1 l l - ,I Floyd M. Keller Lawrence C. Ravlin George M. Galloway Carl N. Challacombe Raymond V. Zegers Edwin H. Johnson Ragnar T. Anderson Clayton J. Davis Robert A. Harrell KAPPA TAU BETA MEMBER IN FACULTY Richard E. Gould, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Eugene W. Scott James F. Bates Wolcott R. Derby William A. Heinze Arthur O. Brydges Seniors juniors S opbomores Freshmen Herbert G. Hahn Marvin B. Fierlce George W. Potts Harold A. Jackson William Abel l S 4 a Q 1 . 1 X S Vernon L. Phelps John E. Snyder Thomas S. Benbow Wendell S. Linnell Curtis Blaclcer Leo G. Nurmi i -we-f., f,. .rrr Ml .-wr. -1 4 1 , W ' wa i at - 1 S ww. "x rib rt far if f Q. if is Q' Ri ff K 'wx ff' yi, f' W.. . we-11. s lg 4 if . r A .th f nymph rl " H i x, i ', 'gi M 5 .-mt f . 'lah at 'willy ' W Sling' J 5 'il' ' . iw li 1, ...,. . .MW ' ililt QL 'Q v- me Ravlgn Hahn Fierke Phelps Keller Derby Sgogg Snyder Bates .l0hH50l1 Heinzc Linnell Benbow Potts Abel jackson Davis Chzllacombe Galloway Nurmi Harrell Anderson Zcgcrs Bryclges PAGE 463 Founded, .' gk Y New York 4 University, 1907 btiefl' Forty-Five Active Chapters .xl Upsilon Chapter 5 Established 1922 709 South Second Street " Q 4 ' tw. JT!! - A fi Q 'ali " .1 M n ' "Ve I .1 il. f 1 3594 .Q nil? F . ,ex ' iii .. at .Um Ernest L. Bogart, Ph.D. Essel R. Dillavou, A.B., J.D. Edward J. Filbey, Ph.D., C.P.A. William H. Lichty George R. Nish Carl H. Fredericks Isaac C. Moore William E. Adelhelm Clyde H. Andrews Irwin G. Gromoll Marvin D. Thorn Robert E. Burreson john L. Hampton -..Q--ef "' DELTA SIGMA PI MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frank G. Dickinson, Ph.D. Ivan Wright, Ph.D. French E. Wolfe, Ph.D. Louis O, Foster, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Stuart B. Ogg Robert E. Sailors Frank L. Petru Milton J. Rose Don F. Brinkman Gordon A. Phipps Robert E. Lichty Arthur E. Cooper Kenneth G. Morton juniors Charles M. Webber Fred L. Merrill Axtell Sheets Sopbomores Leslie D. Reid Stephen J. Drury Freshmen Charles 1. jones George L. Hale Charles F. Schlatter, M.S., Cecil C. Carpenter, B.S. Stanley J. Schrom john C. Newton Louis A. Schmetzer Bernard W. Uhlenhop Phil L. Waterman Raymond E. Shultis James E. Hawke Paul H. Warren C.P.A P 4. cg, 0 W A 6 mfg. gergigefmh t.,s." ' Qual Eg LM..- I e , ,gg Vo 31' il' ax. .J rf Thorn Hawke Hampton Warren Jones Buffesfm Hale R. Lichty Cooper Reid Andrews Waterman Brinkman Shultis Hlbbfiger Ulenhop Phipps Gmmoll Adelhelm Schmetzer Rose Moore Petru Lichty Schrom OBE Fredericks Merrill Sheets . . , -.. .--:nr-f-1: v--1-1-1' -nun-rf-f - -1, PAGE 464 WO 1' 'Q-X lf" - 9 . sv? Vi.. 2- '-ti"f Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Three Active Chapters Alpha Chapter Established 1923 61 East Green Street Arthur B. Mays, A.M. John H. Bassler Francis M. Collins Francis A. Cox Hudson B. Binnington G. Renold Brown Richard M. Baldwin Richard F. Hahn Wayne S. Carver Carl G. Q. Danielson Hugh A. Fisher Forrest G. Gimlin DELTA ALPHA EPSILON MEMBERS IN FACULTY Henry MacNeill R. Earl Norris, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY George C. Gairing Charles F. Gebhardt Hamilton O. Hale Thomas S. Eddie Howard W. Geist Lester C. Hamlin Clarence M. Graham Ralph C. Knoblock Kenneth Lind William H. Henson George M. Kendrick Eric G. Pearson Alfred D. Huston Robert G. Hickerson A. Stanley Olin Roscoe M. Moon G. Preston Kendall Edward F. Schmidt lr' Egbert E. Nearpass, B.P Jaroslav Svec Arthur C. Weick Everette B. Neville Marshall H. Watkins Henry C. Schroeder Paul A. Wheeler Louis L. Zvedelilc Collins Bassler Cox Kendrick Pearson Gairing Hale Gebhardt SVEC Weick Binningwn Geist Hickerson Neville Brown Henson Zvedelik Schroeder Olin Hamlin Baldwin Hahn . Watkins Fisher Eddie Lind Schmidt Gimlin Graham Danielson Carver MOON Kendall Wheeler Knoblock PAGE 465 . X-,,,,,,,,. Y Ls... , :fe ,W-:J ..- r V 1 raw- '- iinlannnnggg -afdfaeium-1 4 fi . 1 v r 73 w 1. i Z i . V .,..- i .frr -y., , ' 4 "id: 1 -' 1. .fi If rf ff Founded, fl l Cornell University, l890 ,V M Thirty-three Active Chapters ' Illinois chapter re 2' Established 1923 il M 210 East john Street I , i.1Zi'l1fii?'l'iA7l7l3.4iin ffl 4 7 , Q1 2 fi f 'z x 7 if 'Q -- Qi m in WW... a1-- a. l. -., . ,.d ., 161, .1..."g....1.i..gx44..i:..F J ,ff rivri . ff X ili1??.ffEL Ei 'lifliiifi ,f , A -..f-ds1n.au """ 'ma-hmduamn:r.wA7I'fA ALJ' ' 'ZIP' MEMBERS IN FACULTY Charles M. Thompson, Ph.D., LL.D. Lawrence P. Simpson, A.B., J.D. Merlin H. Hunter, A.M., Ph.D. Albert H. Guthrie, B.S Ananias C. Littleton, A.M., C.P.A. Frank Orland, B.S. Gail M. Mills, B.S., C.P.A. Wade C. Coleman, A.M J. Howard Beard, A.M., M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Kimball S. Bullard A. Blair French Roscoe E. Menz Earle Hazelip Eldon L. DeCostecl Paul A. Lamb Irvin W. Schoeninger juniors john E. Berchtold Allan Kirkwood Russell J. Turney D. P, VanDuyn Herbert H. Edwards 1. Russell Shrader C. Alden White Richard E. Rayner Wesley F. Fisher Sophomore: Albert R. Carter Ralph K. johnson Fred H. Oster Henry M. Shook Joe Clare Robert E. Kuhl Frank M. Phillips Graham M. Van Ness Hugh C. Enochs Frank Voris Freshmen Grant L. Bode Kermit J. Johnson Kurt E. C. Oster Henry S. Stiritz George V. Cummiskey Eric W. Just Thomas A. Orndorlf Fred N. Taxon Howard C. Curtin Merrit W. Mathews Clyde C. Smith Maurice F. Walser Ralph E. Hensley James E. Ten Eyck ua.f.n..e-di. ..-. . f- -f.e-,K-M - .i.w-- , w.4-.v.1s44.ewu..i-,,-.Q-f',gnz15f1 f',,g' ""5.,.,,g,-?,57.?1g, ,V .,, -A 5.-at-W , . . . ,..----M . ' ns... 1, - W Y .-.1 V V 1 f "i f ii, vfftif v 1 "xiii A-T r A' 2 1 '.'i:i3il ly 'ilk V . yi i. . -5.2115 f is .i it A. fa' 'frfifi "j,.Af.,V -if if ,i - ,a ,f 1-7 ., J., V .I 3 if . f -2' ff. . -' '. -ff'..'1 ,. . .91 W, r. .. W I '- :r "' X s . h I L V., r .Q , 1 1 .il , r Nc . . i,, '- g 1 .-. l J' 5 , Y. . ' E 1 fa- D - ' rg .1..i4 . in f r v.,-1 -1. i-no -avs vv... ...,. V N u.,. xw.-r,vrv qv - asv-4. n oq5. 1g,iI,f-.-y.,q1,p,,,--vpgp,-. 9.-. u-.rv-t av-qv-rv-1-vavvr-qngq1gg9nn-awww - 'Ll' """""""i VV'T V ' """ -v -f-- - f - """" "" H' :Vi 7' 'fi' ' F A fi' Menz Guthrie Coleman Thom: French Decosted Orland Beard Mills SimPSon Bullard Hazelip Lamb Van Ness Enochs Schoeninger KiFkwood Shook Van Duyn White Shfldel' Tllrney Fisher Berchtold Edwards L Clare Carter R- Johnson F. Oster Phillips Kuhl Cu rtin Cummiskey Bode Hensley just XJ' Stiritz Walser K. Oster Taxon K. Johnson Voris Mathews Smith Rayner Ten Eyck Orndorlf N PAGE 466 vw- an II'Mnam.l?iWU-Eiiuiiwnvv' fx.f'rmv5ewnn'wr1rfJ'M- A-aiu I 'um . . r-ad,..d1w...1-.7,.1A wg 'va 53? 5 av 4234 A if, v ii f K! ,M'f"-Q... 4?- Ejg, mm H mlm' -0 H ll Qi 15 ifr Dr A Au U . is MVT '?f5fl9r8' P1 Robert S. Wyatt Robert Brantley Ray Pfaursch Darrell J. Tippett Charles V. Wallrab Henry Olson Franlc Raymond Roger Goranson Herbert Whitney Founded, Connecticut Wesleyan College, l898 Fourteen Active Chapters Gamma Gamma Chapter Established 1923 809 Pennsylvania PHI MII DELTA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate Student William R. Wood, A.B. Donald E. Peterson Bertram Schueman Armando Freda john Monson Harold Loving Russell Price Donald H. Cooper Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen H. Arpin Koehler Carl H. Zwermann Paul Thomas Cliiford Foottit Lewellyn Fay Bastian S. Landa Marshall Peterson W' Raymond Siebel Donald E. Grove Eugene Fitz Stanton Wallace Wayn H. Duvall William Shaw .r -1' , Q, , , , ., Wyatt Koehler Zwumann Fitz Wood Tippett D. Peterson Price Siebel Lam-la Raymond Duvall Thomas Fred' Fly Grove PflUlSCl1 Loving Schueman Brantley Wallrab Monson Foottit Goranson Cooper M. Peterson Shaw Whitney Wallace Olson - Al . PAGE 467 l In-an 'T Carlyle J. Coash John M. Dunford William D. Cahill Thomas Conley Francis E. Connell Herbert J. Clemens George T. Conlin Frank W. Colgan John J. Conlin 1 Founded. Lehigh University, l9l9 Nine Active Chapters Delta Chapter Established 1923 206 East Green Street TI-IETA KAPPA PHI MEMBER IN FACULTY Raymond F. Dvorak, B.S., B.Mus. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Frank J. Christenson Edgar M. Dutour Thomas J. Davis Gordon H. Gibbs Daniel Keating David J, Cullinan William A. Elliott Edward P. Czerwin Orlando L. Davia Seniors Juniors Sophomore: F resbmen Allan N. Sheahen Robert P. Tobin Edward W. Jochim James D. Kriehel Michael C. Marten Richard A. Lagomarcmo Albert F. Potolcar Elwood J. Dempsey Richard B. Martin V Q .9 6. OX .O- David Twomey Leonard F. Murphy F. Leo Norton Thomas J. Redican Louis R. Roehm Joseph A. Preble Raymond R. Stern Lyle D. Nichols E Q P.. Norton Vondenbosrh Twomey Jochim J. Kriebel Coash Conley Dunford Connell Murphy W. Kriebel Tobin Davis Stern Cahill Gibbs Elliott Lagomarcino Roehm Ridlfin G- C0hlin Keating Davia Nichols Cullinan M. Marten J. J. Conlin Clemens Czerwin Potokar Preble Colgan Dempsey R. Martin e---w1.,...e.4 ' il- 11. i lim l mr '- PAGE 468 rum-.1-we .0-sf..m.....s.. .af 1, ,, ....:.-, , - 1 l is Founded, ul 6. Northwestern University. 1915 V fi' Fourteen Active Chapters N if sr f, I gi ' gr 6 1 Delta Chapter II r Established 1923 1. 305 East Green Street .5 l.,l' ..,,,,, .. ...,.,,,...R,, Paul A. Balbach Harris H. Blixen Oren P. Clark Fred M. Clarke Lester W. Baird Melvin R. Beckstrom john S. Clark Robert D. Baird Joseph J. Blackmore Charles Bergman Harold W. Cole Keith C. Flint C. Morris johnson PHI PI PI-II MEMBER IN FACULTY Rexford Newcomb, B.S., A.M., M.Arch., A.I.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Arthur W. Hawley George W. Lowe Herschel B. Martin Mason Clarke Emmett G. Fruin Russel O. Derby jack J. Floreth John J. Gerber Marvin Labahn Seniors juniors Soplvomores Freshmen Elinor W. Pfeiffer Lloyd D. Pfolf G. Horace Reuss Harold E. Hutchings Edward A. Krebaum George W. Kessler F. W. McCarty Hal C. Pattison Warren G. Pflug p....-g-..- .--. ...nv-..:n,. I1 I 2 5 E 1 1 1 ii 1 1 l . !i'1lT1ff'7T' ITT? . t.e?T9"f"1"'V , . ,. ...un ., I! 1 i"f....- V4 1. 1. - :rf-Af' .-fr sway. ,ag .- A :sx.5t3.,-fi-rfrzif 'Uwe-1,-.wel 1. it AL.i".sf'f.EI!f-'xii Y-'hilt-fj.:'fffi 1 lj lmiizfffly iiiii if Arthur L. Roberts Dan Smith Howard O. Watson John T. Piper Lawrence A. Reuss Hugh E. Rea William L. Smith Ralph Wright John Rainey .N - ' V ..f .... ....--................. ........-....................-i. ..-.fm .w.,mv.1.- .-W.-f..,.....a,...-.eL.1.f,e.,... ....................:6.-.1-:---- - ------......, .-NH...-...L.J:.g.-mr-1. ...-...- 1:19-suv . if i l L i . 2 ,. ' r. f lx . f A . EV . 1 1 r Y i' l I 1 V. R. Baird Mmin Hutchings L. Reuss Lowe Fruin Watson F. Clarke Biixen H. Reuss Pfeiffer Derby O. Clark Pfgff Krebnum L. Baird M. Clarke Roberts Balbach 4 W. Smith Wright johnson Blackmore McCarty Cole Kessler Beckstrom Bergman Pattison Flint Clark R03 PHUS I-Hbehn Florffh Gerber Ramey 4 PAGE 469 G. L. Metcalf. D.Sc. Clarence C. Moss Theodore P. Cavins Willis M. Foss Everett H. Marine A. Donald Taylor Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Two Active Chapters Alpha Chapter Established 1923 210 East Green Street 1 ':l"ij' lf. l 'v-V. T DELTA SIGMA TAU MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. V. Balduf, Ph.D. H. R. Brahana, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Gordon R. Titus Edgar Niclcol Harold E. Rittenhouse Kenneth Alexis Stark Kyle M, Fagin John E. Eipper Harold W. Nelson Alvin E. Schubert Gordon G. Ephgrave John R. Van Sickle Kenneth A. Taylor Carl L. Larson Clarence D. Chrysler Marshall S. Jaquith Henry C. Lane Thomas E. Darwent john D. Overholser Milton J. Ingeman Leon S. Harlan J. Day Mclntire Charles R. Lenz 'I J' -e 9 gg 'ILL Larson Nickol Overholser Titus Chrysler Moss Rittenhouse Marine Ingeman Foss Stark D. Taylor Fagin EiPP0l' Mclntire Jaquith Cavins Lane Harlan Schubert Lenz Ephilflve K. Taylor Nelson PAGE 470 i I D FTM, A V Q...-ta l 'Z 4 Y Q 71 fi Founded. ll l X lUniversity of Illinois, l924 , I Four Active Chapters ll ly an SY, . 'l Alpha Chapter .1 Q Established 1924 I gy 5 306 East Green Street U . 1 e-w---ff-a-.-'4t,,.1-m--mMlm- ww -f I 1 -y3.:fv---ve -- - f'-wwf, Ht' 'rx' -7,-7-W: 'r-r v-we lf lillilli'Jl'g-'?':'Efl"l,llT'.3"'lL"l'll,i .iff M l..3E.'Isff'l' . All -fImQQLLfQ.le-.1.1fa QW ,nf ... .- - af .1 -. ,.- .v.. MM- -m1 -Wf-i-M"fH--- wp- " .ww-':,fr1 -f-"fav ve- "au, f:"" 'i"""'T ' 4 w '- M3 FI' . 3 H. . .lx .l , K gl , .. V jaw! A l v L' J. FW wfw cv " 1 " - "1""iv fffvffr' haf: 1:-"'.f'1e1 f g A iw.. H -- ' - ,,'1r.gf,1.Q-J.w?-sf - ' 'Jn-rzfla.-' -, .... fff,fv"f.-V. S W J tat. f , I . B f ., 1. ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY Raymond C. Heidloff, B.P.E. Laurence M. Larson, Ph.D. Howard E. Degler, M.E. I-larry B. DeCoolc, A.B Frank E. Richart, M.S., C.E. Melvin S. Anderson Randall C. Ballard Edmund R. Blaschlce Fredrick A. Hansen W. Frank Bradley Carter M. Dewey Walter 1. Hoffman Conrad C. Reibold Howard R. Redfearn Edward W. Townsend -Lx-,gunna-my f-fa-..,..............-.......-.. ........- ..,..,.. ....-..-........ ..-N-..-...,..., ,, , , lm.. ,kr ljlfixgff, raw :i l ,Mgr If,1:"'ln , we , V 'l ' 5 --pl. , .1..'. T 1 'V al X .v2'j-Elk .- :t:l I- fl l K 1 J 4 5 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Halbert H. Hall Henry T. Kucera Dudley L. Dewey Albert E. Hallett Ralph E. Waterhouse Gilbert F. Jones Walter A. Ransom Charles E. Krueger James A. Sullivan mn.: -3--md-., ,M -f...,.,.--.. Seniors juniors Sophomore.: F reslvmen Charles T. Masterson George Townsend Raymond S. Watts Albert W. Mochon Gordon V, Mead Graeme S. Bond John T. White Everett A. Wilson Delbert W. Loos Edward B. Noel Daniel R. Lyon Edwin A. Maxant Clarence J. Uhlir Howard J. Nebeclc Joseph Rich Ira H. Lyon Frank L. Burns John T. Kuster -- . W... L - --- --M:f--,......-.---..-.2--,ff1a................,.....-......r. .. .A uw.. ....ae,a f. ,. SMC-'i'K. QE l w hlilry' fa .. .ru-'far 'xx l, .Aft If " P3-4 .1 ,IL 3 : ' A, a mf M f' Vi f 3 UQ J ff' we 'S 1' bmilll, fi ' ' file 1' e 11' 1. -,. I ' A.,-', 'slr ,-., Il tg. lv .317 . -e A A A r.lQ,f..1'Q '4jg,,W,,,,,,.-,-...M....-.....,............,.m,,,-,,mm,,,.,,,,..,.,....e-.-V-----.-.-. ..,, ,....a..,,.-...,.. .-,,,, W- .,., . ,,,, ,Q I .I E l . A, rx 55303, Wilson Loos Sullivan I. Lyon Kuster Redfearn Townsend Krueger Bums ., . . , . R Jones RlCh Bflnd DeCook DESIM' Hcldlflfl Rxchart l-arson Rcibold Hoffman Ransom Wliite :fi Ballard Nelaeck Waterhouse Uhlir Mochon Mead Hallnrr Bradley C, Dewey D. Dewey , Watts Anderson G. Townsend Maxant D. Lyon Noel Hansen Kucera Blagcllkc Masterson Hall x AH. '.!f31'flf i 3-W., vw.-- .,,,,,,,-Wm I ',mmuA,,,,m,,,,,,,.,,,w1v:-ew -rl.: -' ,,.,,f11:3,-pyf ..- ' I -X W , , ,T , ,A 4 PAGE 471 X J NG Bmw Max Abramovitz Irving B. Mayer Victor H. Karpass Perry Goldsmith Leon Kepner Harold Rosenzweig Alvin D. Simon inni- L. .- - Columbia University, 1910 Thirty Active Chapters 105 East Armory Avenue ., mejor rf r ft F r f I1 1" f' Q 1' I' vs zffl -" I. f Q,"r1:ritI TAU EPSILON PHI MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY M. Friecllander George Goldstein Harry Passman ' Israel S. Prosterman Leon Gross Harold Lasser Leo Rubenstein Leo Halperin Samuel L. Grossman Edward Price Sidney Schwartz Milton Troy Maurice O. Grossman A1 Livingston Max Satin be 1 M, 1 Maurice W. Kleinman Jerry Siegal Lou Weitzman jack J. Satin Gordon Hirsch Al Piser Abe Schubert Livingston Rubenstein Troy Gross Rosenzwcig J. Satin Piser M- Grossman Goldsmith Lgsser Simon Kepner Schwartz Prosterman Karpass Schubert Cohen Weitzman Hirsch Price Passman Mayer Goldstein Kleinman Friecllander Halperin M. Slfin Siegel Abramovitz S. Grossman S. PAGE 472 Carl C. Braun Harold W. Bischman Donald P. Ayres Founded, l Interfraternity Conference, l923 UU V Twelve Active Chapters xg' Delta Alpha Chapter Established 1924 X 1106 Wes: Oregon Street 1 4 lr' THETA UPSILCN OMEGA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Thomas E. Oliver, Ph,D. Max Englehart. A.M. William B. Nevens, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Rinnah A. Warren Gerald H. Fitz-Gerald Kenneth W. Mosher Lewis K. Oesterling Oliver Vivarttas Alonzo M. Davis George W. Braun Walter Cope H. Richey Beeson Pierre A. Bezy Clyde E. Arhegast W. O. Spencer Homer Luclce Charles C. Smith Lyle E. Malley Graduate Student Roy E. McAfoos Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Charles D. McDaniel Robert W. Phares Oliver D. Barron Roland R. Fife Webster Turrell Paul M. Gilfillan Alfred Dudley Franklin Lincoln Robert E. Lee Claude B. Davis Alpheus O. Brittain Leroy Marose James C. Allen Wilhur J. Blalceslee iw ? or J w '- 1 'i' V-is . , 6 A nl wi ,. Au., k L Y, V i W Y Y Q - Ayres Bczy C- Braun MCAf0oS Nvvvns McDaniel Englehart Llnfvln C. Davis Beeson Lee Mosher Warren Bischman Brirtain Fitz-Gerald Tllffell A. Davis Gilfillan Barron Allen Smith G. Braun Fife Oesterling Dudley Lucke Mallgy Arbesasr Blakeslee Vivarttag Marose Cope Spencer PAGE 473 ' -on 'x . . . . A X . ff 4. 1 rf .J " , t Alfred G. Heinze Louis E. Laplante Perley T. Lupton O. F. Fosha Robert K. Arundale Eugene P. Baker Myron E. Beattie nu-un-Q-,gr mY4"W'f '9' i t 1 Founded. ,LQQ , University of Illinois, 1923 im Q One Active Chapter T Gamma Chapter Q v P ' 1 Established 1923 Q6 Q -9 1005 South Second Street .A A.. 5 YY U it ' if W 'L , W . . 'H H. Y . -7 " ,P l'f'w.1i'w1 ,A ',. , tiiiis. K .JL , 5 .125"'1J'zj. ,, --" VP-r . PHI NU BETA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Charles G. Howard, A.B., ,I.D. Wilbert E. Karrenbrock, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Gilbert R. Dayton Victor M. Towle LeRoy A. Goulding W. C. Gault C. K. Harmison Seniors juniors Robert A. Johnson J. Raymond Ruddock Sophomore: Thomas W. Parker H. Russell Griffith Floyd E. Lashbrook Freshman M. V. Liesenfelt Harold G. Auld J. Loyal Worden Kenneth B. Boyle H. E. Gotsch Kenneth G. Fooks C. J. Hahn F. H. MacDonald 9 of T E W 'l?l'lll'E1, 'imp ?-afwf I9 s .f I v1 '."n 'qywilrlz' ff v,g'J ak, ,Ja 'ng eBt'f'l'r.,. , V , J 1-Sz.15,3-K4?1'f.'i'' 1.3. 0 ai if ,- ' ,fri :QA l WU .. eg" . ,MWA vga 5' 1 ffifwf' Q Q at ll 1j,w1'lg" JW 't . J" vpn, ,fqeef1'?-rf- .vfrv--' .fy-2FlW2fr'1 f'.4'.,f f '1:QL'.Y m r 5 of M . ?, . Qggki' i '.,- My-Wa .tt mfewlfiiw uf l F:'1............,..-,....... .....- .A.,,,,- . Y - VY V . ,W . - --Y-, f f , - 1.1, - H5121 iii! Lashbrook Fpgkg Parker Goulding lx, Arundale Baker Worden Towle Beiffie Ruddock fl Lupton LaPlante Johnson Howard Dayton Auld Heinze Pi fl-.r.a..,...m...w-.r-V. -3. ...Y -U -.---- PAGE 474 ,, ,, ..,...-..,v,.n-u.v.man--rw-,awp-nu.n..- ' lt, . 1 "gf, 5511 - fl Jg gl. University of California, 1921 2l2 East Green Street John J. Bennett Clarence G. Doerr Ralph M. Wandling Leslie C. Meskimen Paul S. Cousley Frederick E. Schmidt Winfield T. Cooper Joe Joslin, Jr. George 1. Adams Russel Brydges Robert L. Swartz DELTA SIGMA LAMBDA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Leland W. Bergstrom Wilber F. Dueringer William L. Lindsay William Hueckel Everett R. Fox Russel J. Crane Harold A. Pomazol Donald Chalk LaRoy R. Stoltz Seniors I u niors Soplwmorex Freshmen Charles W. Swartz Emmerson F. Schroeder Arthur P. Hunneman Charles O. Smith Hollister Hosutt King E. Ehret Kenneth Mills Clarence E. Hunneman Robert H. Anderson I" Percival E. Thompson Edwin F. Wood Fritz Braun Robert Lindsay Van C. Norman Edwin G. Halby Vernon G. Pusheclc Boment M. Parks john W. Weiser Frederick J. Worden V H I I AJ-Iunneman Braun Dueringgr Wood Wandlini Bennett Schroeder W-LindSHY Bergstrom Meskimen Doerr R. Lindsay C. Swartz Fox Crane Halby Smith Adams Hosutt Norman JOSH!! COOPH' Cousley Ehret Pusheck Mills Pomazol Bryclges Chalk C. Hunneman R, Swartz Stoltz Worden Anderson Weiser Hueckel Parks T' -W Y i PAGE 475 i 1..,, , ,, Y Y Y rv-W-vvvw ,Y v . 1 il Founded, University of Illinois, 1920 Six Active Chapters Alpha Chapter " 'Q -H191 A - gzq g ml . 'JEL M E33 9-2 Qs. ul 49 1 ' . 0? 'KQV if Emblasiwd 1920 ,083-' 0 . 309 East John Street qw Y' 'l Ei ,. ',,. , ',57!.""5'?'!r"'rf'i11f:,,.w V '17"v1j""A'f"v'3f ,. -1.-wq-:X-w -rv . -.-. T --.1WT..wrff,-f?,7:..-5777K--ff-jmnqfvuwfrmygywg .X 1 , . .M r:f.512222.kzE,zlwm' .sli,'jil' Simi-,.::nri has 4: . ag:-.ia f.g.1ew2,iil.g-agtg Q5 - .t,............w,,.-...,,.,. ..,.,,,.,,,NWW,,., . ,.4,,,.,... M , , M ,, Q ll W. WVU-2''7'.i'fi!,i"f-112'F.'?fge?'f!S"':T5 i' .' 'v"'c1'n-1i1":mfY'i!Vf!T1'F7f"5I"T2F'I"tKIf,iT1IgE'?Q , Q .ug i--'.-,,v.- 1.2 I 3 gi whw,Qmf .5 ft,-,v,3V.,vai'y?pf:p1tm,' u1.e,,..i43l5,QE3g'r.f4Hwglgliig? 'ff Q I. Wf.gfJ4f'f.' , f"1f'.' 45.3 2.43. Hr:-,' ' -Mu, f ight-' -, .W . i-. 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Geissencloerfer, Ph.D. Norman W. Schwartz Lowell W.'Norin Herbert T. Meyer Elmer H. Meents Leslie H. Brandt Oscar C. Solander Lawrence E. Jonescue -...aw-:W-n w--me-,t-m.,.1wu --:. i K z' 5 l v ' 1, V-v v A r b , Ahlbg-and V, XV, Bigler Zuttcrmeister Rcttberg Schewe Norin Schwartz Wold Ringler Schaefer Jost R- S- Bi8l2f Brandf M , Meyer Solander Johnson Schultz Pottker Strodcl Fierke PAGE 476 -. . iw- ,gin , f. L'::'fi:f.l34 ,Q , 1.-,W- 7' " .,:'x.1'1 v'Q"' y 15:5 5. 7.1:-.,.l,' -233.7 ik, l,',,,..-'soul 1"-2 Q -"U F'f'?Z"T:t t., 1-3 a..,.L.-- v E-'if' 'Q fy .'f'TWm'w.' r"i'+s' Liifiii , ,' f'tv1J,- lr..-I I -'fu ik A. V. X: L ?r5ML.',ri. ,R In 4fci'Yw.'i'-'51,-fb. 'N 'J .w-vw., , eq-:gel ilu.: .Qld mf- ' ffffi Trl wiv H 1 ' f 1.-'iff-:A " Wg' .,Tl.w-X xi' J. fs iw'-M xr 2 21 V+? law ein i 5. 3 K VJ f 1 t " W, g Q . - ..,.... ,... , ...... .. ..,,... ,. .... - Olson V. C. Bigler North ' wits Schellie l Kretschmer Petering 54 f l M9 Es .' Qt. 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A--..- W-. . , V WELL... -.,,,,,,.,,,,,.h,M,,.,,,,,,,,,,m,,,.,,,w,,,,,,, . , x v V : 'a Veils And2rS0rl Henderson Hoffman Gelwick Frakes -Pckarek Hinkey SUIUYZ Bflfldvhburiwr Walslm Sedlacelc Smith Felzman Miller Dunston Dove Bcemim Connor Lewis Lind Niednagcl Chadsey Branch Dutton Robe,-gg A,W3gr Hmvey Blain T. Watt Sheehy Borden Kluge Springer Myers Brown Sullivan Lee Nqlsgn T,-enkmschuh 4 V r l PAGE 477 'T . ul. ,, ..,s..,L H.1'.l ? l E, l E 1. Q. , ' 4. 1:,fEpv4 11-. . wr ,W if ,X ' .1414 'lm . 5-: .. ft 'lk 'fbi 'M 'i f' 31 A EfJ.6ff!Nl+15lqiiill -,...,........................,....,....a...... 1 lighv l r ,vi :AFL '9 E I , V ff.,,,,"' .i'1 . f C A -1 N IK 5 W Xl ,1 ,- a eww-'f ii, W v Rudolph Albert Wilbur A. Birrel Wallace T. Filson William F. Baker Thurman A. Biclclinger George S. Conrad John M. Dahlberg George A. Johnson -nm., firm. fc, ...iv .. v.. ----- .u....rf .91 Founded. Cleveland Law School of Baldwin Wallace, 1900 Sixty-one Active Senatcs David Davis Senate 'Q-VNS x J IAQJIQ N Established 1925 1 DUI Ollfl FEC I 1109 s h F h sf 1 lr 1 5. fryr"s"j"1'f'Ewj's" , . N , 1 3, -.1 wi... ., 1 .1 f..,. L.?ii'f.1 .151 Li .1 iw? Q' 1 za ? ...,...........................,.............,.......,.......,. - 4 .w,A,jH.,.,1 ,,-1111111-W ' - 1- 1: 1?-f1,f.'1'1 .V 'g 1? 'I'-Siffivl' 1 A ,Z DELTA TI-IETA PI-II MEMBER IN FACULTY J. E. Filson, LL.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors John L. Franklin Paul C. Roberts Carroll Nelson Henry E. Seyfarth juniors Harry Dearworth Kenneth E. Beclcer Nobel Y. Dowell Theodore Korb Louis V. Kenady George A. McLean Sophomore: Fred W. Katterjohn Louis H. Welge Freshmen -- --W I l.lw.fl- I - - . V- .V-Si - Francis J. Koch William F. Sonnemann Gilbert L. Wood Paul R. Schreiber Robley E. Davis William L. Meier f. ,V 'X -1 Qi, ' fha in 1-111' 'les . a 1. 4. ,,. 1 :F il 135. H., 'fel 1 I W... ,, ea N . :ie . eg I s ' 4 li ii raid .. F'-' vliili. 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'QQ AQQQ' Wag V Founded, College of the City of New York, 1910 Sixteen Active Chapters Pi Chapter Established 1925 313 East John Street 1,-. - T.. we-f .- 1-,re ,,,Le-- 'ww W Y Y r 'nuamueg-.-. wmymqmq., i . l I 5 . .hy if F I r .I fl T 'l E1 l..m-.- ..,. .- B , mm Lglf .., .. A , . we 5, I. s.av -. . 1 A.: bait., -, ,A .YU , ,, E. . ,,,...4,.,...,., ...W-1-,-V... ...Q I, -1-5-.1-,-.-Q-A---1. r -if-f,-M Wig-,+ifzl'i12!',u. ff. 'r 1 f':'rf+ . l, l ""f.Il....-l.f..,:.-1-.--L1...1--,e 1. .-.- ,fm--.. -N. V -M a i TT f ' gl Q ""'n:Qii'f"5fi's'1lfQ7gv Yi-4-4"'l""---'X2ri..Nl" -'fl ' l.,'f-'1.w11i'w 1 .-when"-5iliUiviis"L'i'f7"1'f"'1""' ' ' f A ul Xrfrx '. x mx .- a ' i . .G 'A x ' ' f , . if ex., 1 X"flQ9,i, "Mi 1. 5 X W , AQ,Lfh,gL ,L ...Ma-...,,......-.1 ' i MMM I-..............,,... Sidney B. Cohen Herbert J. Cohen Allen M. Kite David M. Fisher Marshall W. J. Rubenstein M. Benjamin Silberman Seymour I. Bernstein Sidney Leibovitz 1 V----.mm-2 - C..-, , ,,.............. TAU DELTA PHI Seymour Fisher Herbert Levy Sidney Kaplan Fred A. Goldberg J. Monte Hirsch Calvin F. Stone Bernard Kellman Benjamin M. Eclidin Seniors Allen B. Jeffery Juniors Marvin Getz Charles A. Hochman sophomores Saul Levine Freshmen Arthur S. Cohen Hugo S. Fantus Melvin R. Cohen Sidney A. Turner m.'afff"f"r'-'iirwie'ijf'Vffi',',:gmwn . Q ww- , ,,.... ' .g, .yn ', .rw ' , V - ex lJlf.sP'Q,jg,'---n4F5- ' 'Lrff,. 3 if .wi .4 V .,:..f.'-'....,.1C13n-.. , ,E iN 3 fi ' 'Q f ' . . I -, my. 557 "Yen I , Y. . ff' his ' Abe S. Hyman Harold N. Solomon David M. Potolslcy Sidney Blech William Potolsky Nathan Rubenstein --.fu-.w...,-,- 4- -1-1-5-..........-...o-.L .Maumee-..---.....v , ,,,, , ..,-.--....-..W-Tf- - - - :---- --:1:-,T-...--.2 if .5 , ,, HI, t'r"e'n 'vw M , ixzgm- Tif7'.'. tg W? 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Y fffff- a , .rv n- .-aft' " W ' rum A..',r., .,,,',:1 ,5 .rn .-7....,.,,, . .v,-......., ,. , ,-,.,,,,,,..,..............,......,W..,..., ....,., .,....-....--......,,.,.-....- .... .. ..,., M... ..,., ,.,W..,,,,...-.-...,,...-................,,,,,,,,.m-,,,,,-,,m- ,. H A44, W ,A , , ,A M , .,,....,.., .4 A, ,- 1 3 .xx fi hifi Hirsch Edidin Bernstein Lelbovltz M' Rubenstein sllberman D' Fisher stone Levin' Bled' SQ WE Hyman Potolsky Hochman Kite Kaplan S. Cohen H. J. Cohen Jeffery Solomon H. Cohen h, " Q 4,-'xi Turner M, Cohen Kellmlh G0ldb0F8 W- PUYOISIIY N. Rubenstein A. Cohen Fantus a 'M Q51 ...,,M, - .,. ,A ,,e.--,..L-e. -eu K-iw m......,-,,f..,, V.. , ,mmmwgmw M Y HNmwy-d-i"w"W-'we'--'-'-M--vw-w1ff.fm.,.s.....,.......mwe we sms. am -,W...?ifa3E, PAGE 479 fm...-m I v l I l awww we., R, x in 'rf' . -pg , H ,, . I . 1, ,":'e'v1ffrv'i, --rl it. .n.. ri-: im -I wg r-14. N .........- ..-.Q .-....... ,gf 4 1,59-iialifff.. 5 ' , - we.. .L ,, 5- -' 3, It '-1- 1 9 y, W, sch . af V. if flag, '-,' Wi, y.f:.:..,lf1-QV A gm f , "xg, l Keith H. Beauchamp Willard G. Flagg John R. Blondin Samuel H. Dorsey George E. Atkinson Dwight G. Bennett Karl L. Urban George W. Foster Leonard L. Norton Floyd D. Sperry Charles H. Johnson 1 naw-z.-ir ste-ew-r 11 -.arm-.... ,W ...W at-umm. Founded. Tri-State College, l92l Eight Active Chapters . Ql.Q.Q,.A9 ff A9 Eta Chapter i?' Established 1925 404 East Daniel Street ' liillf Tlvllill 3? "fi Fi f" 'TJ "ps" Wang: H ., N 's"""M'lFf1f' ' ' ' WH if '., W'i " 'iw 4fff'f1f:'f 1 r - ve: A .gf G34 f M SIGMA MU SIGMA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Fred H, Rankin, B.S. B. Rupert Hall MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Lowell St. Pierre Louis M. Crouch Charles P. Lansford Maurice D. Bone F. Thrall Brewster Edgar O. Zimmer Ray W. lVlcGee Rolla A. Davis William C. Adams Henry L. Hubbill Seniors funiors Sopfzomores Freshmen Veairnell White Louis F. Knoblock Cedric F. Ruch Verney G. Politsch J. Paul Sihbitt Levon L. Patterson Fred G. Campbell Everett Wade Kieffer Shriner Olmert S. Werland George A. Johnson Allen D. Corzine Louis Peterson Earl H. Gromer Edwin R. Carre Charles C. Ridinger Kenneth 1. Lowry 1 - ,. ..... .,......................-....-..- .... ,---....--..- ....... -.- ,...,..., .,.. , .. .,,..,. . ,........,................m.- .... . ............-e......,.,.,-.. -MW.. , L--L..-............ .-., N Y 'N' i , lirliwfj!?:lf?Vi'I?1'3l ,. ,M fffiwxff QA I I' I gy.. 3 - wx- 1- , . astlwi U' ...' ,,. ..,, 3, , 5 fgfgfif I If' I . ,"l. 1 ' a 'V 1 g . I, Q.. . U 1 " 1 y ' lx-Ii A ,H- gf, - ,' 1 1 3.13 ' I .l gf - t V i W...-.Ltr-,,..,, .Q - I aff'-:-ti. . PM, ,j ' rev'-.15 A 3.5.9, A,-f--,Q , . 1,1 'e 'TX J 5 tiff- i Mg Lfrlajsi f 3l 3 in 'I iiilil NN' f x' 1 L la' F.. ,.,. .V 'agp'-g-. 1 ZZ-11. V WEN- .1 ...gi i , A , X x. . -qi A I V y ' ti Q , T' L i Politsch Lansford Ehmann Wade Davis Lowry Sibbitt G. johnson A537115 Corzine Patterson Crouch V V Norton Carre Urban Foster Ruth Beauchamp Werland Atkinson Bgnnegg D0p59y b , Nichols Zimmer Gromer Sperry Ridinger Hubbill McGee Brewer White Blondin Campbell ,t ll -71, ' ""T"7'l'V3C?L'!L!NA1. . 711.7 .Y"'177'E.n2-ofa:-.shui .Muni fi.1K-iLu4aE1EJKK l11" 1 1vu14.,Jh'l . 4 PAGE 480 -Ki' 337' Ga if 'QT ' To 7' s Ob flfsf 'if W I-I. E. Babbitt, M.S. M. A. Faucett, M.S. Floyd W. Bennett Fred M. Holmstrand Theodore J. Knutzen Ralph B. Walker Alfred R. Parrish G. Morris Lochard Cooper B. Land Robert E. Foote Charles W. Hubbard Paul R. Bruns , F-11 v , , W :M , Founded. , Intcrfratcrnity Council Meeting, 1924 Forty-two Active Chapters Illinois Beta Chapter Established l9Z6 212 East Chalmers Street 5 TI-IETA KAPPA NU MEMBERS IN FACULTY H. E. Kenney, B.S. Burrus Dickinson, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY George W. Stosskoph Ralph T. Webster Henry W. Knerr Seniors Charles R. Cor:-ell Herbert W. Peterson Frank W. Dibblc juniors Thomas S. Watson Maurice F. Gilman Clyde L. Butler Lawrence E. Irish Edward H. Peterson Bruce L. McKinstry Soplvomores john S. Bartholomew Archie D. Woods Freshmen john L. Norris Ronald S. Manley a.-..'.....- - -i ,un A--.1-.aw--W vw- tg.,.. Lawrence G. Madden Wade B. McDaniel M' I Edward P. King, B.S. Gilbert T. Bottger, A.B. Robert L. Koehler Ernest W. Reisner Myron T. Wallace G. C. Lewis Galen A. Grimma Harry R. Martin J. A. Wold ' 'A--.aaa-.-wat.-Q-...an-ge--Kaz.-' -A - 9 V x. We , ..........,.. ....-.--5-q- Wallace Hubbard ManleY McDaniel Wafscn McKinstry Norris Bruns Butler Madden Foote Martin Pond Bartholomew Woods Grimma Peterson Irish Walker Gilman Plfericn Lgcha rd parish Reisner Dibble Koehler Holmifrand Stosskoph Webster Knutzen Bennett ... .......f- -:s-:-- ".1fi-innnmnp- .-mu 1. -' wma.. , --po, 1- ,,,, 'lrraaaua PAGE 481 3 . .-.7 .:.-1... Founded, Miami University, l92l Five Active Chapters Delta Chapter Established l9Z6 307 East John Street 11 ,F 04 'lens 1 f , 1. , . 'gf 'v' ' A. ,. A 9:1 vi , 1 ,':1u--xv -u"'U 3 uf . Ll: J . ' , I. f . , bn" , . . , .4444 1 A john C. Carson Fritz H. Elich Robert B. Moorman Hulman C. Brown Russell A. Perry Sulo Herrala Melvin Anderson John M. Kittredge Fred W. Soderberg SIGMA DELTA RHO MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY J. Floyd Green Lawrence M. Knapp Arnold E. Wolgast Ira D. Snyder Arthur M. Cheney Henry P. Boldt Ernest N. Ruhcl, Jr. Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen William B. Cheney Leland H. Fish A. Hugh Campbell Harold E. Lawrie Leslie Kirschner James L. Fetters Marion C. Hunt C. Clifford Van Dyke Lloyd Doty Edward F. Ream Earl E. Sransell Edward F. Schoof George F. jedliclca . . . .. -4 - .1v.,:xw1,-M.-.1f ,. 1 11 1 l 1 i fy f V l, if lg, l A I. I. 4' IM W, f':'f Lawrie Wolgast W. Cheney Fish Herrala Perry Snyder Vim Dyke Stansell Campbell Kittredge Green Carson Elich Ream jedliclca Knapp Dow Boldt Anderson Hunt Ruhel Fetters Schoof Sodffbefg A. Cheney PAGE 482 r r-.-1:1-.nr . --r 'mmm' '1' .1 li x RX. W., W l l' 1 1 1 w I . 'l F i Founded, " -, University of Illinois. 1926 P 2 3' One Active Chapter 601 East Chalmers Street 1.-:v.m.... A .. .- -..N.... -----1--Q..-.-an-v--w w- -1- .V-..i. ..... rfffzef'-. .. 1 V A " L 1 " '! J rm - ---.J 'gg-vw-'g'f '1 f'F'f7'T""' f. .5 ? meg . ' ,X if ,s f. ,.f:w . ' 5 iv v,-,' r, . N if V I xx -.N rf- h . era V..-' .H H. 4 :fr ww. . if of V --1 - - Q V , Foster A. Begg Fred J. Berner Howard A. Hawley Myron E. McEndarfer Edwin L. Tinclall Walter K. Armstrong Paul Herbst KAPPA ZETA RI-IO MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Arthur S. Crom Clifford C. Conway William K. Hollis O. Sidney Orth Russell Rains Warland Boyd Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshman Malcolm P. Moore Haverly Van Epps Robert L. Jordan Warren M. Conway joseph F. Prola Belden Tucker Patrick L. Wheeler mv-.zum-.nv-.W-.-m.mu-s. ., M., -, ,..,......-,..-. ....... ,. ..,., ....,....n , ...,-. .W......1.....s,... .. J.-,w.....-.................-0--... ..-W..--.-...........F.,....4,. ........-Q..-v--. .. is .....-.,,.......... .f...............-,...s..s.,..,,...gZQ-,qA' ,I":'.f'5"fS4'H I-W .' . 1 cl ,-A i E- f . ' WN M., 7'-L+ i 1 , Kiv:r.1'f.'szepiS54i1 nggmgs it fi -1 47-X X, .W at w' N. .-,- i. g , .4 1 'J B' ' WX. ji. Sigfried H. Westby King 1. McCristal john J. Poer Lester J. Wood Dean B. Curtis . -mmm M.. ,., , . . . . ., .. ...,...f..n,f....,.w,..mwm...-mf.-W, 1.. 1, fe-fimeflr-.M Etrwc-,ri W. f Q if t 2 ,M-Q , x-Q,-.l'.i'J"f'," ' 1' 1.2'l'sx' lx'.j1g15'Mq-- Tl' 'N ,pf '- 1' f, 'i 1-,..., 1 l K i A .5 .2 2 ' Y K-ff? f A' Y. A fi I ff. R ' jgna, '+V ! .uLA,,,y, ,1 l - ' . ,I X lv 414 ,',.f7""a-'xi -' ' li 1' s',,v1'w i'v J-,RN brA,!. W , 4- , , If ru f ,iff 3-"wi if' I I if if -gli' 3 ,fi"i: 'Hi' il 1 .5 'ffifafz' s i 'nf rye, i j.?A"1E--:..": I . Y ', W 1 ,,,,,.- - , fi fl." 15,41 :A - '14 V t ,sf M53 kf 4 lx iii? if ff? ,,.,, ...,, ,. .,....... ...,....---f---V-f--I'--N----N., ......s..t..,-.........,....f......t...--.-..... -1---......-.-.-...-.. .. , . , ,. , ,.,, .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, R- -r, W. ConwaY Moore HlWl0Y Wood ' POW W'5tbY Begg Crum Armstrong 'R Mccristal Tindall McEndarf2l' C. Conway Hollis Qnh Herbs! Berne: wwf Rains jordan Curtis . Wheeler Van Epps Proj, Tucker Boyd xg. 7 W., .....,,.m,.-5...,...........,.,.....,,.. ...L .1-.-J -is-.rm -,zu-L f. -- .1-.me N-,-H, V ,.m,..,,,s n.Lxwy..:.n :arm . ,- ......f-..-.mmm PAGE 483 liivki-f lf' x ,. I 5.-A - . 1. - N-Q -57 '- 'Q . if A :,.-JQQM - .. V -3.-, , , ,I KV l .4 .9 fav X !,,MR.',x MM: .e.'Ii'r.7 1 My i .rl V ,A MQ! Wai, 10' 1. WB:-.Qfi ,iw Llfwlwizegrr, ' .,,F,,.j 1-,sf .Sire q if Fri! HT? Q. it EZ? L , , Q... fl, J' , . Wi' , . '-1 EW. f t ,V H 'wfiggm .fwrfbgi .1 ,,.. ,, t wr ogg., , wg . img .. ,...,, .,,... ,,, .,.. s.,,,,.a All ix fi! il C .sz ,-su-.-Km.,-.n..v . 'Q Edward J. Selin Ellis Byman Samuel N . Levin Samuel H. Weber Isadore A. Rubenstein Samuel S. Adler Mayer Kramer Harry Golob but-.Q vnu- .. Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 One Active Chapter 111 East Chalmers Street DELTA PRATERNITY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Martin Rothman Meyer A. Shore Harold E. Friedman Maxwell M. Lewin Bert B. Davidson Albert A. Schulman Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Leo L. Ginsburg Sol Wiczer Alvin Landis David H. Solcolow Burt Kamin Bernard Singer Julius Slutzlcy Henry Shapiro Morris H. Shapiro Raymond Faiwell Louis Leaf jack S. Slovic ' 1 , e . . .39 I I ., ...., . S Wiczer Shore Sokolow Rubenstein Levin Landis Gvlob Slovic Faiwell Friedman Byman Lewin Kamin Singer M. Shapiro Kramer Schulman Weber Adler Rothman Slutsky Selin Davidson Ginsbufi H. Shapiro Leaf ' l' ' nam-Ai-.:r,grmv www -w v PACE 484 1.-ww ap.v....v..f....u.4m w rpg-, . i l Founded, 'Q University of Illinois. l927 ' One Active Chapter ' I Alpha Chapter Established 1927 I 509 East Chalmers Street 11 l f . ,CJT17 , 'I li'-TCF! fvu, .1-if V' " ai ' l"3' fm'1- 5 I W:-I lui- Ps.. ' 7 ' D I ,, , 1 A A y , I i g..- I .a,. .5 I X fm f - f' n , ,f x' 4' 'Q , s- 4' , , ," I 1 . f ar ,, : f ,i.- get - f W Hgh NV.-5 L ,jwf A ' or ' ' w-V fi N Raymond C. Carson Wayland Miller Wayne L. Funk Kenneth Akin Elmer J. Meyer Raymond S. Heim Richard E. Johnson Calvin Armstrong Archie M. Walker wiv... .. . , LAMBDA ALPHA LAMBDA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Raymond H. Guchoff Julius M. Luther Everett I. Bihh Harold E. Frick Carl W. Stewart Wayne W. Miller Frank P. Byrd Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Donald L. johnson Abner A. Toorhnker Manson C. Couch Lionel E. Goff Frank S. Hunsacker Harold E. Walker Alton R. Rowe ,lack W, Treece Joe Bianco Frank E. Hangs George K. Lowe William D. Teare .--- Mu. ,....w,1'.-.-.1-0... .,., . H... 5' '. v--Y' 4-- K , ,A ..i.,. . Q' Ai I' L ' ,. v 'I I I A. fig xv ll' L . u,b l so I igf- I I , W. I , 553. I il. .. M , Q Sf Qg' .qw . so . ' I A: Hi, il 1 . 1' V 4 Truce Frick R. Johnson Byrd Heim Lowe Teare Carson A. sawn: W. Miner Couch Goff Akin H- Wf-lkvf Funk Hanes C- Stewart Binnw Bibbs A- Walker MCYN' Guthoff D. johnson Hunsnker 1 Pace 485 'i in iifuq Founded. ' - Duke University, 1920 5, 242 -5. Nine Active Chapters A -VY.. 7 V , , . Iota Chapter X iffhu Established 1927 -. fL"1l" 208 East Green Street ' iv' I uf-uunnuhnil 219-11 MEMBER IN FACULTY E. F. Potthoff, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Alvin Anderson Howard J. Palmer Richard W. World Walter W. Kuehl Ludwig M. Watne Mervin O. Svendsen Walter O. Rice Edwin C. Krumsieg E. Alan Clurs juniors Earl F. Ronneberg Frank Reichardt John M. Watts Russell O. Brown Fremont G. Cann Charles H. Ross Albert O. Meyers Randolph M. Peterson Edgar A. Howard Marion C. Jahn Sophomores Milton E. Kraft Rudolph W. Schafer Harvey H. Corydon Paul W. Landgren Norbert E. Bibow Milton E. Olson C. Elmer Meador Arthur M. jahn Fred D. Larsen Freshmen , Edward R. Anderson Frank R. Fisher Willard F. Merritt William C. Wenninger Willard W. Schafer Q Y MV , , , , , i W A .. ., , , , , . F Q is l S I Wenninger john Fischer W. Schafer E. Anderson Merritt C0fYd0n Meyers Olson Lindgren 1 Watts Kraft R. Schafer Ross Larsen Bibow Howard Meadcr Cann Ronneberg Reichardt i Watne A. Anderson Svendsen Palmer Peterson Rice Cluts Kuehl World Brown .-.a,..,... -. 111-f - W - C'-'M . Y. ll lil I' PAGE 486 Founded, Cornell University, 1912 Twenty-three Active Chapters Pi Chapter Established 1927 110 East Green Street H 9 is l William Melcher Louis Bornoff Robert Brody Stanley Dulslcy Louis Melcher Sam C. Bernstein Leo Wexler OMICRON ALPHA TAU MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY George Vinilc Jacob Karol Seymour Bernstein Albert Menclelson Ben Gorenstein Harry Lessin Dave Abels Seniors juniors Sophomore: F resbmen Lionel London Raymond Ziff Abraham M. Gottlieb Isadore Udeslcy Irving Mishkin Joseph Bernstein Gilbert Silverstein lv' 5.--an-pp Harry Litwin Elliot Kohn joseph Miller Ben Pass Sam Abels Ben Bloch ya Y I I Mishkin Gorenstein W. Melchlf London Vinik Gottlieb Ziff S. Bernstein Dulsky Miller Karol Brody Udukl' Bornoff Mehdelwh Litwin Bloch P353 J. Bernstein S. C. Bernstein Kohn L' Melche' Wexlef Lenin D. Abels S. Abels Silverstein 11 -in PAGE 487 5 Harry I-I. Cordes Robert A. Ermenrrour Milton S. Miller Charles H. Beutter Edward E. Bowman Clarence B. Denison 9 EG 1 ' U I! 'R 7"W""'55 "-i-..,, is- ' ' V1 H i'. Y tual DELTA ALPHA PI MEMBER IN FACULTY Herbert H. Alp, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Clarence E. jutlcins Raymond C. Kuhn Gordon B. Seymour james M. Gaston John L, Richards Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Louis A. Lowenstein Hallac H. Nelson Clair C. Weintz Edwin F. Lowenstein Aubrey V. Wells Founded Ohio Wesleyan l I fr. ...Q . University, 1919 E '- Six Active Chapters F V , , ,' .. x . .' I. . V 5-0.1.1-"l Zeta Chapter Established 1927 806 NVcst Green Street Edward T. Pepple Oscar E. Wagner W. Theodore Neiman -- 1.5. ' , .1 il 91 , .,.... . ..,,. ...,. . , be 1 - ' , R , ,.,.. ,uw-1 VL... - To ,, Nelson Alp L. Lowenstein Pepple Cofdu , Kuhn Jutkins Miller Gaston Ermentrout Wisner Weintz E. Lowenstein Richards Neiman ' Seymour Denison Bowman Beurter PAGE 488 .V Jw ..,, ...I . I N- i wiv rn' .. i...' in. H- . .U bang.-.-.1-.M--.--,ft ' " ' .1 x il " x M2-mf Ir" ti. "la ' , .2 I ..,mV . -.,4 V. . Wh. 'ff 'R I in ,fx ik.-" LJ' 'mf , ate' 'w-M1-ii' K H J P. E. De Roclai R. L. Aron J. M. Larimer G. Mittleman R. Benjamin D. E. Burns J. W. Grahm P. D. Giaclmini L. H H H C. H A. Gaut S. Roe W. Sakawitz J. Henderson C. Daugherty R. Hectman F. Straub C. M. McNamara S. Piacenti W. E. Gustafson B. Ambler F. J. Barry mr,-..,,-.,..,.w,.,. ,.1,...... .. . .. . ri-.Q 'J' :fi qw-r. rr'1y,wf. r A 4 1' 5 'i 'F .V WIJI w. A Q il, .,. wi... 5 -2 1 Aw. ...KH R. " ."' nl -21. A 5.1. .l . ,Wy .vt ,if .,,,t. , .Q , 1 qv. I il v x 5 P . P -N P 1., . ..f1-swazwamn ta. H. E. Amey f E. R. Hansen . E. Glenn E. Waishilas D. W. Putman L. Seiclenglanz H. F. Sl1iplock N. W. Birkhoff J. M. Kirk W. D. Brown J. B. Holsinger W. C. Kulxar L. W. Phelps D. Isaac ' C. L. Clark H. Pandolfi W. J. Burge . - ... W. ... .... . ..,,.,..........,-F,-affafavsarta-f-.W-...Q-4 s mm..-. COLLEGE HALL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senior.: F. H. Studt L. Million W. B. Maske A. C. Bauman juniors J. F. Piper J. R. Poplmam H. D. Hill J. Peltzman Sophomorcs J. N. Rolston J. M. Lockwood L. W. Rabe R. B. Parker Freshmen F. S. Glick W. Callas S. Forecn E. F. Ahenfcld E. Goldstein F. R. Streigl D. V. Peacock I. J. Deutsch H. A. Drake H. F. Ronin R. Stern XV. J. Granata R. B. Orlovich C. A. Wilson M. Alcxcnburg S. B. Hinton D. L. Kirtland O. C. Fiuclen A. R. Page E. McAdam W. J. Arnos H. Mabel il ll 5-S sniff. ik' 5: a li. J? .a..........a..,. ..... .......... .... . W'if'e"...:if A' .api 1 w.:QI,,4FJF---F .L ...if ,V -2 , ,Nj -'. ag --1-.aff-E'!V" -'f.Z5b.:i.a -yy-1"Z .L . . we . u x . .1 H -. i Qi!! ,ff X W5 . . 8, S. W. Hanclforcl M. O'Mera M. Seil A. Hill A. W. Hawley J. H. Benjamin F. Knight M. T. Wallace T. Carlson P. O. Muhl A. E. Hzikas A. I. Schneider G. B. Contrakor C. Gianetti B. G. Rattner A. G. Paul N. Aaron C. Svilow A 1 V ii-.-f i 1 Ahenfeld Dc Rochi Hanson Bauman Daugherty Straub Mnhik Fielden Carlson Birkhoff Granny, Hinton G,-,ham Rnbg Million Nikko Holsinger Waishwilas Wittbold Muhl Ralston Phelps Contrakon Ambler Putman Gaichini Peacock Goldstein Benjamin Isaac Bwllmm Hill Mrs. Caldwell Svllow Sacknwirz Gaicliini Parker Henderson Hill Slvrh Scidenglanz Maskc- Draltl' Pandolfi Piachinti Callas Arnos Gainntti Hackman Shiplock Pace 489 Y 4 JTHE ILLIO Oi 1929 Edward Arkema Robert Berry D. S. Bingham MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate Students ILLINI HALL O. H. Rothe B. E. Smith C. K. Willett J. B. Burner W. Dennis M. S. DuMont Harry Skadden Seniors Ray Bradley W. H. Farmer Neil Matthews F. H. Day W. B. Gould Wayland Miller W. N. Day Kenneth Haney Joseph Novak R. B. Eadie G. C. Kettelkamp Jesse T. Palmer R. F, Boyd Newell Bradley Leslie Adams J. J . Alloy Ned Barra Charles H. Beutter Clyde Bowles S. E. Brondas R. C. Armould Harry Becker E. E. Bowman D. W. Campbell Jerry S. Chobot Walker Barnett Roy S. Bourne Arnold Carlson Gordon Chase Teddy Carr D. D. Considine W. P. Cortelyou B. R. DeAngelo Louis Eilers J. F. Hahn Lynn Harriss Dominick Costa Ray Dove Herbert Gutstein Kenneth Huling Paul E. Kelly Paul Dean J. B. Duff Ralph R. Eadie Ivan T. Kaifer I Kenneth Kempfer juniors L. S. Hornbuckle G. W. Hurlbutc E. E. Lakemacher E. C. Link Henry Molden J. M. Nalbach Sophomore: George R. Luker Leslie McKelfrish Glenn E. Miller John Mortimer Warren Nesbitt Freshmen Donald McCord Andrew Mabon Harold M. Murphy Steve Piskur Fred W. Reaves E. Preis George Recher F. M. Schmidt John M. Seldon Nick Stepanovich John Ogden Kenneth C. Pippert John N. Pirok Francis Porcaro Frank Premuda Carl Reincke LaVerne Siemon L. M. Sullivan Adam Szmagaj M. E. Turner H. L. Wottman Norman E. Vaughn F. H. Vesel George E. Vorbach Theodore Wensel W. H. Zuydhoek Walter A. Rhea A. C. Sachtleben Felix Szmagaj John Wasson E. E. Wyatt Clyde R. Wheeler Paul Willis Leo Windish W. H. Zimmerle, Jr. PAG E 490 'BW Q THE GRANADA M. F. Carroll C. W. Kraft G. L. Diver G. T. Fleming L. L. Abbott M. H. Barton S. C. Brodt R. W. Brown G. H. Buchholz Geo. Cella D. W. Dorman J. L. Armington P. W. Byron B. M. Brown R. A. Badger R. M. Ainsworth W. Longworth THE ILLIO OP 1929- MEMBERS IN FACULTY T. M. Harvey Wayne Winters Lf- M- Lewis MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors J. D. Walsh juniors H. Gates H. Booth H. Ellis E. Elias R. Gloor Hohman Hill A. Hackett H. R. Hall 1. Daleo Harvey Hack H. Johnson V. Kollar H. W. Breithaupt R. E. Buckbee S opbomores P. C. Johnson D. A. March A. J. Martin G. S. Nielsen R. A. Powers H. F. Sparks F resbmen G. Lounsbery J. M. Malmlnerg Tom McGinley Jack McGinley K. W. Martin H. E. Klein L. Smith Joe Shelley B. H. Wojcilc R. Willman J. B. Zalces F. H. Whicher D. S. Garner M. Prybylinslci L. Prucha R. Prucha H. J. Robertson T. Richards R. H. Balensiefer M. H. Mitterwallner S. D. Smith L. R. Twyman L. H. Bannister R. Clark J. R. Amaclcet V. N. Fischer J. W. Braden W. F. O'Dell H. S. Nahigian Wm. Raster R. A. Smith W. Walsh D. Yocum J. R. Mclrney g111-f 695 . PAGE 491 did girl," said Tom 1411 F f zh freshmen THE ILLIO QF i929 492 Q THE IHIO OF i929 Q X 5 Q I T X51 S N xx X, X X TTHE ILLIG OF IQQQ, Alpha Chi Omega . Alpha Delta Pi . Alpha Delta Theta . Alpha Epsilon Phi . Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Omicron Pi . Alpha Phi . . . Alpha Xi Delta . Beta Phi Alpha . Beta Sigma Omicron Bethany Circle . . Chi Omega . . . Congregational House Davenport House . Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . Delta Zeta . i. . Emera .... Gamma Phi Beta . Gamma Theta Pi . Kappa Alpha Theta . Kappa Delta '. . Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Sigma Tau Lambda Omega . McKinley Hall . Phi Mu . . . Phi Omega Pi . . Phi Sigma Sigma . Pi Beta Phi . . . Presbyterian Hall . .V . ' ' 1 H ll' Women s Residence a Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Sigma Delta Tau . Sigma Kappa . . Theta Phi Alpha . Theta Upsilon . . . West Residence Hall . . Zeta Tau Alpha . . SORORITY INDEX 'fiisofiw PAGE 494 A EEF' GTHE ILLIO Oi l929g PAN-I-IELLENIC COUNCIL Kappa Alpha Theta Margery Wilson Mary Roberts Pi Beta Pi 4 Verna Daily Dorothy Mae Russell Kappa Kappa Gamma Frances Beebe Louise Brookings Alpha Chi Omega Ruth McArthur Helen Ross Chi Omega Doris Miller Grace Parkhill Alpha Xi Delta Alice Connell Thelma Brandenburg Delta Gamma Sarah Cornich Gertrude Brown Sigma Kappa Alice Roclzenbach Irm'a Mae Garbisch Louise S'm.i. ..... LILLIAN BICKFORD. . . Genwuse KAPPUS. . . Alpha Omicron Wilma Law Ethel Hull Phi Omega Pi Louise Still OFFICERS MEMBERS Pi Lillian Bickforcl Alpha Delta Pi Katherine Goodwin Helen Newey Gamma Phi Beta Eleanor Haser Virginia Supple Alpha Gamma Delta . Jean Winslow Musa Lewis Theta Phi Alpha Melba Dunn Elizabeth Reichman Alpha Epsilon Phi Ruth Rubenstein Blanche Halper Delta Delta Delta Dorothy Elliott Mary Fletcher .............President . . . . . . . . .Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer Delta Zeta Gervaise Kappus Eleanor Schweitzer Phi Mu Sarah Belton Elizabeth Turnell Zeta Tau Alpha Garnette Houts Rae Weber Alpha Phi Frances McGinnis Frances Howard Beta Sigma Omicron Helen Strano Constance Moon Theta U psilon Marian Kincaid Bernice Swartz Beta Phi Alpha Mary Frances Fawcett Helen Tucker Kappa Delta Dorothy Maris Edna Woolsey Lambda Omega Della Peck Florence Mueller Alpha Delta Theta Ruth Dammers Helen Carson Phi Sigma Sigma Lillian Goldstein Bernice Harris Kappa' Sigma Tau Carolyn Stuebe Alice Davis Sigma Alpha Iota Ruth Parker Gladys McCoy Gamma Theta Pi Alice McGinty Helen Lemet Sigma Delta Tau Lucille Klein Eleanor Soborof Delta Phi Epsilon . Betty Rubin Esther Gittler as will Bickford Still Kappus Pace 495 M11 , Q . 'xMyw?' fs 1 A rl lf..f1'.wg-lf-: .2 uf? VII' 5f" Q"'Y"-X 'Jif'l5"'f'7'. T' J ' T 'T Llw..lifL3l'.. 4 W., , -f . Q, ,K . -me .s....., M M, , H .MJ.J,A-.- .K n ,A 1 , r., ' x A.: , -.A 1, 9 ilk. ,A ,. Bernice Cultra Winifred Cameron Mary C. Hahn Nancy B. Smith Gwendolyn Walls Virginia Adam Susan Dcuel Virginia Gallaher Betty Prettyman Virginia B. Smith Marjorie Bowman Billie Farnham Elizabeth Schneider Virginia Wilkes -N-v-...mae -,uw-.v.'....,.. ,.-,..a..... .,....- 1 ,-, My ,W , K n - .A ' il ,n 3 1.- KAP PA ALPHA THETA .- MEMBERS IN FACULTY Elizabeth Buck, A.B. Stella R. Percival, B.Mus. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Isabel Kiernan Margaret Stuart Maurine Taylor Helen Merryweather Gladys Shaw Margaret Carr Rachel Hill Margaret Guild Greta Gill Eleanor Clark Emily johnson Caroline Smeiding Ethel Young Seniors juniors Sophomores Freshmen Elizabeth Ward Maxine Lill Helen B. Finch Marjorie Wilson Alice Goulding Albercline Hatcher Ruth Caldwell Leota Miller , Helen Gillick Eunice Collins Margaret Railsbaclc Bernice Stephens Ellinore Carroll Fifty-live Active Chapters X Aix Dc Pauw University, i870 V ' . ,ti -.4-,4-"rf ""':'f"'lW "T" ',. 'Wff'fifl'1Q ' 1 w ,if 1 3' 1 'W 1' 'P lsllniijl 'xl W itil? .. ..... A . .. W..--V.. ,... 1 S X 5 A ' 4 -.V 'fel' K JU' .1-g:52f.5,1zgjQv F ,H .wk 1-Lignln? , ,. A .. '3..A...,w itiivfit. ,.,,.0.-,..,-fQi1o.g., -- . lgllaifliiz fl "W iw, sf' X'2.,'4 ilk. jf 'Xa ,f"fY'i' l - . X . " Qlzlmg. Vera Klintz Dorothy Pollard Mary M. Glenn Dorothy Bush Hazel Bowman Mary Roberts Marion Trevett Irene Doolan Anna M. Richardson Dorothy Wheeler Marjorie Adam .N , ..rwvmm-an-1mr.mi. 'fy Qgliwf 41' 4 V. Adam Goulcling Railsback Richardson Stephens Wilkes Doolan Clark Schneider Gill Shaw Smeiding M. Adam Gillick Johnson M, Bowman Farnham Carroll Young V. Smith Collins Wheeler Wilson Carr Gallaher H. Bowman Walls Guild Hatcher Roberts Caldwell Prettymin Mcrrywcather Hill Dcuel Miller Cameron Stuart Ward Hahn Lill Pollard Klintz Kiernan Cultra Finch N. Smith Bush Taylor Glenn Pace 496 1. gyairi "if fi vii fri, 'filfli ,',"M"' .. ,Av Q . Lita' . 'I' ' 1 x n l, P1 . I !.,y'V. 41, .y, Lefty? X' 'J T-rt 'C Q' ffwz. fr T as - lim' . degli uf , .Q -'J lex? lmgf W-if W. TV 73 ll ". ,,,.v I-.ljwlf-X", 5 up 31'-l' 1 V I I. .f X U ' ,xl 3 9 Founded. l -,QQ get Monmouth College, 1867 ig Seventy-five Active Chapters ,g K Illinois Zeta Chapter Q "" , 'fix i 4 ,,..f.f,e..c,S:!v i -1 1 , 1 f i I Maria Leonard, A.M. E. Lucille Welch, A.B., Lynore Andress Ruth Ralston Cecile Gilroy Ruth Touzalin Martha Robb Frances Hickman Frances Cole Ruth Martin Alberta Lewis Lois Nash Beulah jones Diana Westmark M. Dorothy Miller Established 1895 1005 South Wright Street i 15 51 1, s.-Ubin, PHI PI BETA Nelle M. Signor, AB., B.L.S. M.A. Ruth A. Wardall, A.M MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Pearl McEachran Elizabeth Settlemire Rowena Wells Anita Wood Martha Baethlce Ruth Bresee Wilma McWhinney Dorothy L. Miller Donna Olin june Miller Marjorie Stockdale Seniors funiors Sopbomores Freshmen Martha Dawson Florence Kleppinger Helen Willard Leticia Ward Marjorie Eghers Mary L. Norris Eleanor Tenney Mary E. Jackson Emma Shepherd Mary A. Carson La Nelle Lawrence . p-gnun- Willa K. Garver, B.L.S. Willie Lehmann Mary Rucker Therese Lemercier Villers Parlchill Olivia Brennan Frances Biggs Kathryn Burrows Verna Daily Elizabeth Stoolman Lucille Triebel Josephine Townsend 3 E Y I I - l 11 jackson Carson Shepherd Tfiebel M. D. Miller Stockdale Lawrence Biggs Townsend Stoolman Brennan Cole Wesfmlfk 101128 Hifkmlfl Olin .l. Miller Baethke Egbers P khill Robb Wood BUFWW5 Lewis Ward McWhinney Tenney Daily Nash D. L' Miller Norris ar Andress McEachran Lehman Rucker RIISCOH Dawson Gilroy Settlemire Kleppinge, Lemerder -I-ouulin Wells Y K i 1 PAGE 497 Catherine Richter, A.B. Mary L. Powell Margaret K. Watt Maida Bartholomew Mary A. Eidman F. Elizabeth Powell Louise Brookings Virginia Bates Mary Anna Eads Margaret Carnahan Claire F. Abbott Lois Eycleshymer Neclra Grimes ,W ,-..,,,,, , ,,,-,,, WL V l Founded, Monmouth College, 1870 Fifty-four Active Chapters Beta Lambda Chapter Established 1899 ll00 South Lincoln Avenue KAP PA KAP PA GAMMA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Harriett T. Barto, A.M. Frances Simpson, B.L.S., M.L. Kathryn G Van Alcen A M MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Frances E. Beebe Catherine M. Seiter Kathryn E. Peterson Evaline A. Pettigrew Elizabeth Mason Marion Armstrong Margaret Goodman Eugenie Hershey Mary L. Mathews Seniors J union' Emma G. Moffat Eleanor L. Baker Alice M. Henderson Catherine Clarke Sophomore: Freshmen Frances Cullom Ruth DeLatour Alice Norton Frances Ray Rosamoncl Rybu rn Elizabeth Jorzick Helen P Robbins Catherine .Brand Isabell Foster Esther Phares Josephine McCormick Gladys Scior Ruth Tinsley Edythe E. Mariani , -:- "1-f -A-AA-'saar-f - f , - 'ir --' "A ,1 i"" ' :, i is 1 .Ls J' N NG lily P11 .,,.. - V , Eycleshymcr Ray Grimes Ryburn Tinsley DeLatour Hershey Mariani Strothman Phares Mason Eads McCormick Norton Abbott Scior Mathews Foster Eidman Peterson Bates Cullom Brand Armstrong Goodman Case Clarke Carnahan E. Powell Brookings Beebe Bartholomew Watt M. Powell Seiter Baker Robbins Jorzick Henderson Pettigrew PAGE 498 a 'll I i. riff vl '- l"'lIlPi:l -fr A 5" ,A I ' "wh .' 4444.444 Virginia Moore jean Maxwell Helen Ross Frances Groth Marjorie XVatson Mary West Ruth ja :kson Mildred Rothgela Mary Blanche Osgood rwwqiff I .I-.-We, VM A, DePauw University, 1885 Forty-nine Active Chapters 708 South Mathews Street .. , ALPHA CHI OMEGA Josephine Miller, M.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Dorothy Hendricks Hazel Betty Moss Irma Carlisle Ruth McArthur Frances Smith Ruth Jacobs Kathryn Vaughan Ruth Waddell Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Florence Hawks Ruth Ogden Dorothy Scheib Doris Scheib Frances Williamson Bess Baer Ruth Posey Marguerite Stephens A ALMA A Arla Fultz Frances Grenley Grace Anderson Sally Hollister , Margaret Pound ' Marjorie Livingston Margaret James Frances Osgood x .f l l 'V , . i 5 it if V. I Carlisle Pound F. Osgood Scheib WCS' R0fhB2lJ Sfhfib ,l3fkS0r1 Jacobs Vaughan Posey Livingston Moss Anderson Grenley Hendncks ROSS Hawks Fultl McArthur Ogden Moore Maxwell Watson Schock Osgood James Waddell Sfeilhens Gl'0fl1 Baer Hollister Williamson 't scum .V -N .la .. uma-.vm v-,mimi-1-emma, no PAGE 499 mr I -, . MA 2 Fi 1 'J l J ,M ki 1 fr l Founded. 11 University of Arkansas, 1895 Seventy-eight Active Chapters ii Omirron Chapter Established 1900 907 South Wright Street fE"7":f 'C-I J' A .5- naw t 05. . F' ' f 'f-.W'5F'i'l71"F"""""'7'i" we f 1 W L, -4 i' "" iii' N' f4wQ'SAQ nf T' "-- , if it .,-.Q, . ',7 f 1 'I 53 . ,. ,,Nr9, ,yjfagi sr'sd wg yv I A r MEMBERS IN FACULTY Clarissa Rinaker, Ph.D. Vivian McLarty, A.M. Lorraine Pierson, A.M. Cornelia P. Kelly, A.M MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senior: Marjorie Baker Esther Farrell Dorothy Lee Helen Paclen Barbara Campbell Mary Louise Goben Doris Keane Miller Thelma Rosenburg Mary Crathorne Ruth Jeter M. Alice Otto Constance Usborne Isabel Erzinger juniors Gwendolyn Gwin Grace Parkhill Margaret Watson Alma Grove Anne Hirst Ruth Parks Dorothy White Dorothy DeBerard Sophomores Marian Clark Louise Cummins Claire Kelly Gladys Mark Anne Crathorne Mary Elizabeth Miller Freshmen Irma Andrews Irene Hughes Dorothy Mershon Alice Ramsteacl Frances Banta Betty Huntoon Thyra Moore Margaret Thrasher Edna Fry Virginia Lownsbery Anne Norris Isabell Usborne Anna Gunn Jean Macdonald Vivian Okeberg Elizabeth Weinberg Y N MXN? , ..,....tt..-....... N mf 'LW will H ,-4 , C V 3 . 5 i'-ii .fi J 'fi il?","i 7 i fi iflllin tggfgftw V ww lm gy 35322 A . N j fri . jfs ji f l 1,-mu i H EVFKA. U , ,. . , v 5 Campbell Rosenburg Jeter Erzingcr Miller A. Crathorne Farrell Lee Paclen Goben Baker C. Usborne Parks Kelly Grove Parkhill Otto DeBerard Watson Hirst White Mark Clark Okeberg Gunn Moore Miller Gwin M. Crathorne Cummins FYY Weinberg I. Usborne Andrews Mershon Lownsbery Huntoon Ramstead Hughes Norris Macdonald Thrasher Banta PAGE 500 , A ... .H-.U-4 M... ........ n.s..e-JnN..f.e. ' 1 A ,add-ff' ' ' ,'-in., Helen R. Hershman Margaret E. Darragh Josephine R. Cooper Kathryn I. Rickman Eleanor P. Parmelee Nancy Ellen Staudt Virginia M. Patterson Alma Steinmeyer Dorothy L. Langston Gwendolyn Roberts Mona Leis McMillan Founded, Lombard College, i893 Forty-four Active Chapters Kappa Chapter Established 1905 312 East Daniel Street , ,, ,we---,Wee . ALPHA XI DELTA Emily Reid Maude Adams E. Louise Vannatta Mary Kathryn Layton Mary Ochsenschlager Mary M. Clark Catherine Culhane Evelyn Bosenbury Seniors juniors Sophomore: F resbmen Esther E. Garbe Josephine A. Forsythe Ruth K. Wangelin Helene Weedman E. Catherine Powell Jean Reid Louise Brolin Ruth L. Fredell Lura E. Crawford Alice M. Connell Virginia C. Cale Helen Adams Dorothy Jueal Helen E. Anderson Helen Queenan Dorothy Holton v 95 - dy' YM-M-if Y W 'nm Q Culhane Brolin Fredell Roberts Bosenbury McMillan Anderson Langston Albertson Jueil Queenan Clark Ochsenschlager J. Reid Glenn Layton Weedman Rickman Vlnnnn . WIDBBIIH ' Powell i H. Adams A Steinmeyer Staudt Cooper Connell Hgrshman Dafnsh E' Reid CfIWf0fd Forsythe Garbe M. Adams Culhane - -....::rf-:..-n-4e:::.-- , PAGE 501 3 1 1 , i Founded, 'I Lewis Institute, 1874 Forty-two Active Chapters 1 Iota Chapter ' Established 1906 ' :Z yy 804 South Mathews Street :Q 7 ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY Alta G. Saunders, M.A. Katherine Bazore, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Margaret L. Crawford Grace Hartzell Dorothy M. Pope Mary Coble Frances Fullerton Winifred Rhoades Gertrude Brown Sarah Corniclc Virginia Lipscomb juniors Marian L. Brownell Florence M. Hand Betty Ketchum Louise Tyler E. Evaline Edmands Mildred V. Jones Betty Lytle Martha Welch Bernice Tress Soplvomores Mary Elizabeth Goodell Eugenia Anderson Betty Parrish Jane Cawest Josephine Macdonald Virginia jefferson Virginia See Helen Glos Mozelle Thompson Carolyn Wheat Ruth Nelson Vera Kraft Freshmen Jeannette Aiken Margaret Crocker Marjorie Stookey i Virginia Marsh Gladys Freeman Margaret Gorman Miriam Allen Audra Bailey jane Douglass Susan Duller , .. . ,,. . ...., . -...,.1,......,.af. am jil My .!' fi V ,,,' ,vf 'Q :, in 5 l r ,1. il LJ, - ' fwfr ,,g. A . . .-is , V fab' 3-. M. P. Q A r - - q PAGE S02 Crocker Freeman Bailey Aiken Gorman Tyler Duller Nelson Stookey Anderson Marsh Glos Douglass Allen Jefferson Edmonds Hand Gooclell P3rriSl1 Kraft Welch See Wheat Tress jones Brownell Thompson Cawest Macdonald Pope C0rniCk Crawford Hartzell Lipswmb Fullerton Brown Rhoadcs Coble Lytle Ketchum .0 0,0 Q 0 CZK! or Q, Q ' 9. Q ' Qzox Founded. Colby College, 1874 Forty-one Active Chapters Theta Chapter Established l906 lll6 West Nevada Street av -aaaaaa aan..- Josie B. Houchens, A.M., B.L.S. Fannie M. Brooks, A.B., R.N. Elizabeth Stutson Carolyn Countryman julia Western Esther McLaren Alice Van Sands Alberta Lceper Helen Sawyer Ruth Rankin Beth Moore Marjorie Groenier 4 SIGMA KAPPA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Helen I-I, Peifer, A.B. Ethel Larm, B.A., M.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ruth Connor Seniors Erma Mae Garbisch juniors Neclra Hollis Alice Rockenbach Norma Netzow Betty Sheldon Arabelle Hotaling Helen Blakesley Sophomore: Ruth Lemon Mary Westwood ' Freshmen Louise Babel Marjorie Peacock Elizabeth Armstrong Mary Morris Miriam Manchester, Dorothy Stafford Gladys Leeper Dorothy Mucllen Genevieve Frison Karma Golden Louise Brewster Charlotte Weber Helen Wernham Martha Wernham Sarah Zoller 1 A l A 5 1 Sgugggn Countryman Connor Ggrbisch F5509 Western Blakeslry l NCIZGW Manchester Stafford McLaren Muellen Hollis Lemon Weber Sawyer Bffwsm' Yan Sands Hotahng Rockenbach Westwood Leeper Sheldon Zoller Groenier Armstrong Moore Rankm M' W"nh'm H' Wernham Morris Babel Peacock 1.wnav-3-is f-V M.A PAc1zS03 1 1 I - ,lw lffl 4' ' ' V' -, 'Q' ""'l' " Qi! AQ1'59'- A Q 4' ,, Tim? ff: P I 1 Ll C 1 g 'fl - 4 V I, ' " , I I X Barnar:oCiige:L, 1897 N , 1 , , "Q L x l fa'-'pi' .5 ,YP I 44 ' "' Thirty-seven Active Chapters ff. hii-.YQ f .L uw ,f viii' ' 'Mf5f.,f- -.wt -p.-:8t"P1Lf- ixx. N X, f f- wp., , , . - iota Chapter ,'1Q Q.. 5 l J, V f- 6' V , " fury, 11 Established 1911 Qing-2115, ' 4 - X' ' N ' 7" it ,iv I ' ' V -iq" A ff. A 'E r 706 South Mathews Street ' ' ' ,A Fix' has fi . V ,YW ., I My ' i I ' l ' ' I l 'H lmi r l M lg "'-'e-A-,1::' '54 :Ili l, " . av ' ' G ' 'it:'l'v".: il 3 I li MH 1' V A v . lin ,:'s U7 , I- I V ' I gg lull". V i' gi i di liw i i Ml' ' wi- i -1,.nggjhvAgx,f:'f.,v .J 5 ., .qc ff4"gi 'F ff 1 ui . ' glif 4 1 . Wlmjfinni 1' wif!! '.'!l"7 I K rn, ' ALPHA OMICRON PI Seniors Esther Wirtz Wilma Law Helen O'Shea Hortense Roll Angeline Mitchem Bonita Busian Bernice Dickerson Mary Brearton Helen Barrett Frances Cottrell Juniors Marion Olive Lois Treadwell Ruth Eversman Frances Cassacly Ethel Hull Mary E. Jens Violet Schmerzer Katherine Arnclt Emma Morrison Jeannette Shepherd Charlotte Moore Helen Roberts Lucille Arnold Sophomore: Velma Brown Dorothy Lannon Ruth Glenlc Hazel Menge Margaret Harlan Richolene Hughes Katherine Browne Katherine Coughlan Freshmen Dorothy Robinson Virginia Berryman Harriet Jouris V Virginia Fisher Helen March Betty Hoff Virginia Daggett Olive Ogren Virginia De Voigne Edna Polk Dorothy Burg Grace Esclohr Louise Thompson M ' 7 ' M, , , , ' , , H ' 5 W Y Dai C l l l J No XG Q-an F' '32 Esdohr Thompson Fisher Daggett Polk Burg Jouris Huff Dv V0i8n2 Berryman March Moore Treadwell Evcrsman Schmetzer Robertson Arndt Menge Brown Lannon Hughes Robinson Ogren Olive Shepherd Hull Cassady Caughlan Stivens V. Brown Hlflah Glenk Arnold Mitchem Busian Barrett Heller Wirtz O'Shea Law Roll Diclferwn Brearton Morrison PAGE 504 ,ill iffli 3 pq' .fs jf.. ' 1,-.go , ff'- Qi 1 ".' X S Cl ' ' I 5 fs vb 9 Founded, University of Nebraska, 1910 Eighteen Active Chapters Gamma Chapter Established l9l1 206 East John Street PHI GMEGA PI M' Carlotta M. Ford, M.S. Emma R. Jutton, B.L.S. Grace V. Danforth, A,B, MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Lillian I. Bickforcl Marian E. Eggleston Sabra Caylor Audrey E. Birtwell Virginia E. Gleim Florence Young Margery K. Brillhart Grace M. Green Carolyn M. MacKenzie Harriett K. Michener Ruth G. Koontz Mary R. Kane Carolyn M. Curtis Helen D. Kimball Maxine M. Carroll Claire K. Henry juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Frances B. McKee Ethel M. Johnsos Louise A. Still Harriett H. Duell Helen D. Kruse Edna Mae Cole Helen E. Sowclen Helen E. Seago Virginia P. Smith Edna Howell Marion L. Worth Harriett Ely Margery St. John . - V Y 1 rip, nv' I I MacKenzie Sowdcn Green Henry Bfillhlff Ely St. john Cole Carroll Bil-:well DMU Glfilm Kfusf Worth Kimball Young cum, .lohnsos Koontz Eggleston Smal' Still Blckford Kane Michener Seago McKee 'Y-' -apr -,ur .nnzf-nazi, .. -.wif . . ..,. -...-gp. ..q,.,,...-.. PAGE 505 e 3 A a W Founded, ' Wesleyan Female College, 1851 Forty-seven Active Chapters Sigma Chapter ' Established l9l2 1202 West Nevada Street l 'Q Madeline Ashton, Ph.D. Beulah Holland Nadine Newbill Genevieve Sorensen Grace Heideman Elizabeth Jung Frances Boyer Gladys Currie Leona Helming Margaret Garrity Grace Vorbau lebnvs -.I I ALPHA DELTA PI Marjorie Burlcs, A.M. Mary Agnes Jeffries, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Alice Hale Isabel Thompson Katherine Goodwin Dorothy Montelius Dorothy Griggs Mary Trenchard Gladys N ilson Gertrude Snowhill Jean Currie Gertrude Freevol juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Lois Hodgson Helen Newey Jane Dillon Dorothy Hillinger Bernice Ryerson Jocelyn Way Joyce Newbill Emily Lou Harmening Jessie Philips, A.M. Frances Ash Mary Olive Speer Margaret Mowrey Lois Armstrong Erma Freevol Ruth Pretty Josephine Cline F .4 N NG ful Ryerson G. Freevol Harmening Moeller Armstrong Pangborn Pretty Vorbau J. Newbill Snowhill Way Cline Helming E. Freevol j, Currie Gumy Hiuingn Speer Hall Dillon Mowrey Heideman Goodwin Nilson .JUNE Montelius Griggs Holland Boyer H0d8Son Hale Newbill Sorensen Thompson Ash Currie Tfgnghud Newey PAGE S06 -Q-na - gr: -- - .f 351,17 V5 I' ,Y - ' if- fix, if Q. N QT, , I .X e'f"iT.-qr sf: gn VW Founded, Syracuse University, 1874 Thirty-live Chapters Omicron Chapter Established 1913 1110 Nevada Street n i. E1 Y. s p l"" Lois Baker Geraldine Tumer Fayrlene Forsyth Maydee Logeman Dixie Mason Ruth johnson Elsie Doss Constance Foote Lucy Hilton Dorothy Borclner Maria Everett Lois Fleming GAMMA PHI BETA MEMBER IN FACULTY Anna Belle Robinson, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senior: Virginia Supple Winifred Garland Juniors Eleanor Haser ' Florence May Curtis Gertrude Day Sophomore: Beatrice Kane Sarah Worst Frances Knight Freshmen Dorothy Schultz Marjorie King Virginia Hanna Vaille Dry Marion Scott Beatrice Sloan Mary Doolittle Margaret Leach E E c E F" p...--au...-.. Elizabeth Cool: Lucille Meeks Mildred Wainwright Dorothy Osterman Mona Schimmin Bernice Lohmeyer Florence Roy Margaret Otis Elizabeth Petru Elizabeth Rice Mary Roy Eleanor Applegate I' 'Q Y , , , W ,, , , -Y '14-'-ff A- --' ff-- -wi-V-,..1.....,, iff- W, ,,,-,: ,W -A ,YYY Y Y ,W WA M Y V Y n pen-L, Event, Bordner King Fleming M- ROY Lohmeyer Applegate Osterman Knight Rice Schultz ods F- R'-'V Kan' Hilwn Schimmin Worst Doss Curtis. Hun. Lqgeman Mason Sloan DIY Wainwright Doolittle Leach Johnson Garland V Forsyth Tame' C0014 SUPPM HMM Dry Baker Meeks ,L PAGE 507 IL- na, , -W W,-5 , Pl 1 9' xv li Qi. N60-,Y ,1.,,,,. F r la' Sd ll' c r 1" wfe,,ffwa YV i,'r' , r- rf 1' 1 A J , Jl,-Hall 1 A X ,,.' S' .' Founded, '1'r. f prsf k " A Q 4 ' X Syracuse University, 1904 :V 4 '- 'i , 5: .1-:f-F115 1 ,V ,J " ' Thirty-nine Active Chapters 6 ' I ga1:T,'gji. fjv:-e' I 1' r. . 7' 4' ' ' '. ff, f ' ' ,Q 'lg inf-.-L is ,I ,,- ji .I il Sigma ChaPter A lf, 5 sf? - I -s, 1 sn Y , 152 ,Q-L Established 1918 rf ' FF...-.' ,Q :fu--at ,:'j"?:A41., t ,j X ., I X, 51 j- , . ,K " V. ' .qi I ,, if '. -- ,si I' 1 Hi . wif., I al U, 4 806 South Fifth Street I " EWII1- I .' il iii gifs'-'75 " ".. A,. ,-L' - '- 1 ' , .41 - -'.-f'- 'A 'Q ,,5. , nigga!! W U A L , 5, rg. , ji .1 5. -if d fig, 3- EUJE3? s' Q I - A .Nj ' I- 1:1 iq ' . ,4 , U w ' . 'iq gg., ai, - . .. I., A, i., , , Ayr, . , 4 , Q Y-ml K lull nr :JA 1 I r JJ, I V- . , ul -l,:l'r I ie :is fl f ' 1 - V- -firm' V, ' -Hoi ,Hmm ina 3' :atm f 'afi' . 4, ':1"J I - g. QIIDQN- A R exx. 'iu q ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Yvonne Milliken Helen M. Wooley Alice Oathout Elizabeth Parriott Margaret J. Buehler Kathryne E. Powers Rebecca Stone Margaret Singleton Blanche Christensen Lorena Brune Geraldine O'Connell Norma Zillc Mary Tuley MEMBER IN FACULTY Ruth M. Calclwell, B.S., Assistant Dean of Women MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Cletis Westall Eulah Milliken Doris Hall Loretta O'Connell Dorothy Hiltabrand Jean Winslow Jane Ross Musa Lewis Margaret Stevens Geraldine Heganbart Antoinette Mitchell ,Qlf -- Helen Brune Alma Russell Aileen Ashbrook Jonques Hermann Loreen Mauer Eleanor Roys Bernice Saxon Ruth' Shreve Priscilla Adams Eloise Kohlhagen Luzerne Rieger XH- Viola Menzimer Anita Bartelmeyer Wilma Kaltenthaler Corinne Heartt Virginia Craver Marguerite Ingram Dorothy Weiler Ruth Haberichter Kathryne Kimball Clarincla Sperry Helen Pauley Y J NG Zilk ROYS TUIBY Hegenbart Weiler Haberichtcr Mitchell Kohlhagen Reiger Sperry Pl'-ll0Y Kimball Kaltenthaler Menzimer Christenson Brune Ross Hiltabrand Lewis Winslow Stevens Saxon Hermann Mauer Shreve Adams Ingram Oathout Parriott Ashbrook Wooley Westall E. Milliken Buehler Brune Powers Russell Y. Milliken Hall L. O'Connell irtszf Y PAGE 508 ' E-.-" - 3-- , , W .5 . fl nxt. . , i N ' ' gg' . ' 'v Ai V K J , :.1.:L. Founded. University of Michigan, l9l2 Sixteen Active Chapters Beta Chapter Established 1919 l005 West Nevada Street ,.,.- .. ...,. . .. .. .t ...H .. ..,. .. ..,. ......-., .. , ,...,..,...r.,.o-v ow..--fm..-.. .. .. ii - A 5, ana...--7, If-vw.-1 in-. 3.. xii" "' . i 'ji'-7' 21-3-qwqgg X" l I .' A -im' 'V-ii-ff.- -.,J-:iam 1513? ill-lg. - V ' A H WVMMW-M ,mmm ..,,..N...-....4..........,,-.....,..,.... fa...-. ' , jf 7, ,.-.f--,f-an mmm- ,- 1-mfr'-v. .L N l.f'fljf"N'5lfil-W .V -, w i J is i f -- or 1 n A . , . . gyifmmee 'w"g4.fwf:ffi. no , 4 I U V , , ,. , , . , M .. -.., , ., -,awry ,,5Q,,,rrn4.4,.M..yA4'L 1 -f 1 . A ' V ,' V ' i . 'x A f Q ,vi ' - ' e, . f' ,' , if. ,' Q7 ,ff -1 if 1 1 Yi su , av: .tl-A ,Q r 5 ig. hz, .. i .. .. -hgh' '-2-A-.arm 1 .N Mu..-....-..... ........ .... .... Lucille C. Lambert Virgina Bowen Catherine D. Dunlevy Valeria Lambert Eileen A. Graham Elizabeth H. Kehoe Barbara Carson Charlotte H. Barrett i THETA PHI ALPHA MEMBER IN FACULTY Alice M. Sullivan, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Alice ,l. O'Connell Melba Dunn Mildred A. Kosin Helen Quinlan Esther Wagner Florence L. Byrnes Olivia B. Merchant Mary G. Hayes Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen N.if...a....-...........,..........-....,...................it N - Elizabeth L. Reichmann Dolores J. Gillen Helen Schmidt Dorothy M. McEvilly Alice P. Moroney Marcella Connelly Sarah Keaver Hortense H. Pendleton Rosalyn M. Hoiss Regina M. Groves Alvena' D. Reichmann Madlynne Boos Gwendolyn C. Keavin Wilma M. Northrup R Wy rn- Q" 'fi' ::'l14iY',l.'.e Q , I I fi iii, ' A .irq-git, - - -5 ' 4 1 l 2ffv7'. l js '- V, . 3 3 . .5 gil' 'M,Lf,z',L.K 1 Y ,nl ' l Lfllilfffil,-:I i. f Y . , ,N Y, 5 Ellen, ' gxrtf-" ' , , if i . -, f Aft MSI, l r - ..,. N y .iff Q Q A ' l j'-ffif" 11 f 'jeff ' 6-.N 'il "' ' " 'W ' P-.n ' N Quinlan Kosin Dunn V. Lambert E- lgtlchmann Q'Connell L. Lambert Hoiss Dunlevy Bowen V . Connelly Northrup Groves Moroney .d YFMS A. Relfhminfi Wisner Kehoe Graham Pendleton .Ji Keaver McEvilly Hayfi Sfhm' K Moffhan' Gmc" B005 Keavin Barrett Carson .,, "':r"i' " --f-1--K.--.W .1.,.....1-.11-..-.N .. .... PAGE 509. ALPHA EPSILCN PHI Libby Gals: Pauline Seigel Marian Samuels Adelaide Paul Flora Loebenburg Rosalyn Manaster Eleanor Liebling Ruth Portis Florence Kuttner Esterle Andrews Gertrude Oppenheim i-,, E! un-nlllQ 1 Founded- Barnard College, 1909 . ,.... Twcnty-six Active Chapters if :iig .. Mu Chapter glrx-X Established 1918 904 South Third Street MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Rebecca Zwiclc Florence Strouse Ruth Rubenstein Dorothy Buchbinder Elizabeth Pioso Alice Ruman Ruth Lieberman Helen Franklin Bernice Kramer Evelyn Grab Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Elizabeth Rosenbaum Esther Selligman Sylvia Bach Lenore Linfield Rosalyn Cutler Eloise Brown Mary Louise Hirsh Dorothy Friedman Ethel Klein Esther Stamm Evelyn Greenbaum Blanche Helper Bernice Goldberg Genevieve Stout Rita Block Violet Ruman Helen Rubenstein Bertha Degan Andrews Kramvr Desan Stamm Leiblinz Friedman A. Ruman Hirsh Brown Franklin Grab Portis Stout H. Rubenstein Opptnheim Lieberman Blvfk Kuttner Klein V. Ruman Pioso Cutler Linheld Goldberg Manaster Seigel I-09benb9YB Paul Buchbinder R. Rubenstein Rosenbaum Halper Bach Strouse Samuels Gals! Greenbaum Zwick Selligman PAGE 510 , -v ' 'I XX 6, P' A Rosemary Huntoon Gladys Kessler Evelyn Crofton Mary Tucker Dorothy Elliott Dorothy Filbey Evelyn Telford Lucile Finnegan Rosana Scott Grace Elliott Founded, Boston University, 1888 Seventy-three Active Chapters Delta Pi Chapter Established 1920 607 East Daniel Street M5 DELTAA DELTA DELTA Leah Fullenwider, A.M. Catherine Dunlop, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I Seniors Rachel Thompson Isabelle Horton Eleanor Lambert Doris Wallis Mildred Enns Lucia Gardner Mary Wood Catherine Fait Frances Allen janet Lemons funiors Sophomore: Freshmen Gertrude Rew Alice Haven Elizabeth Wickman Ethel Magnuson Dorothy Hardeman Nancy Atkinson Dorothy Marie Johnson Margaret Bordner Florence Wood Mary Gaston is 9- ri- 3-11- Carmen Espinosa Marion Twirchell Verlee Schwarz Florence May Fletcher Mary Ziegler Virginia Hartford Jeannette Senne Julia Fara Virginia Murton e 5 Atkinson Wickman Enns Senne Thompson Rew Tucker M. Woods Twitchell Telford Horton Wallis Filbey Bordner D. Elliott Haven Ziegler Fletcher Huntoon 1 Gardner Crofton K2SSl0r Schwarz Magnuson Finnegan Fai! Murton Gaston Hardeman G. Elliott Allen Fara 'Scott Lemons johnson F, Wood .7 --L ll J-r PAGE 511 - W-'V M-nn-nam...-N.-w.W..,,,., ,, .ar 1' llil J: Q.,- , ll n Founded, Miami University, 1902 Forty-eight Active Chapters Alpha Beta Chapter Established l92l 810 South Third Street 553 te-z.,,42, . f' ' 'nib D' Fw f 1 fi'-1i'45'5fiil -- ' V - 1, .-:ton.,fw1 sg t. , ,, ,.,, ,. ..., i,5,,?,:? 51 A f 'Q "TILL-'viii'-l ii ll A -A V J.-'4"',11'Lli'ifF ii '-1 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Eleanor R. Schweitzer Elizabeth McCarran Laura Nearpass Marian Johnson EV0lYI1 N0lS0n Evelyn Cox Helen Topping Mabel Piety Rovenia Miller juniors Dorothy A. Turnquist Elizabeth Gregory Lucille Barnard Florence Laclcey Hertha Bowman Florence Hood Grayce E. Leach Florence Shield Gervaise Kappus Mary Moorman Sophomore: Elizabeth Elich Anne Meierhofer Margaret Osborne Alice Gard Nathalie Jenks Irene Ebeling Lillian Smith Mary McGraw Elizabeth Roe F resbmen Wilma Busenbarlc Elizabeth Krampe Clarissa Bogart Althea Northam Hazel Denson Genevieve Dixon Catherine Whiteside Joan Kappus . , , . - , ,, A . 1 r v . , v av-lvl '- rr' v . L eee LH .,.1ngr4." 4 i"i1i'rvfifv Hi, .2 ' ' 'fi 1 'iffr' JE 1 'Quiifil Q V Ar'-xj X i-ft L f Q Ln qv-,'4.-" .z, ' .pi-Q.. , '11 gif. in ,ifg , KST sq I Wlliteside Denson Hood Shields Jenks Krampe Gard Busenbarlc Nearpass Dixon Kappus Lackey Northam Smith Osborne Meierhofer McGraw Ebeling Elich Gregory Moorman Roe Bogart Turnquist Nelson Piety COX Topping lVlcCarron Schweitzer Miller Bowman Barnard G. Kappus Johnson 4 P A G E 5 l 2 Elizabeth Bennett Florence Craig Maxine Craig Pearl Eicholtz Sara Belton Louise Claypool Eliza Baughman Miriam Beall Beatrice Beall Harriett Elliott Founded. Wesleyan College, 1852 Forty Active Chapters Delta Beta Chapter Established 1921 1008 West Green Street am! PI-II MII MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Kathryn Gray Louise Morton Todd Ramsey Marjorie Herrin June Wylie Ruth Campbell Ursula Hempel Lois Kyser janet Overturff l Graduate Student Margaret Gates Seniors juniors Sophomore.: Freshmen Velma Romberger Mildred Smith Kate Amelia Sullivan Anita Hahn Fern Thompson Dorothy Dodge Arline Dry Florence Mead Isabel Roper I jane Thomas Elizabeth Turnell Charlotte Gasaway Eloise Yonlce Marietta Ziegler Esther Adams Verna Meyer Anne Turnell K ' Roper A. 'rumen Dry Elliott B. Beall 'Kyser Baughman Hgmpel Y nke Guy Gates Belton Adams V , CIIYPOUI Z"8lef Thompson Dodge M. Beall Ramsey 0 E. .rumen Rombeme, Eicholcz Bennett F. cms Sullivan M, cms Mom, Th.,.,,.s PAGE S13 V I I ,--. i r K, -s . s l 4 i 1 1 -v-' ,Hp Fae R. Lucas Marie V. Kemp 'l ta. gl rl A ,.... ....... ,...,.... -,.., ,. ..... ..........-,-,v---- . . - .-..,,,.-..,-v-..,................,. . .. 'WP' C2851 l Founded, U l Virginia State Normal f x' X . " College. l898 ,f ' Q ,B Y Fifty-five Active Chapters 1 ' all 1 I ' ' Alpha Kappa Chapter , Q 'FI' Established l9Zl Z Ei ll2 East John Street I l I . . I eivt Q A L ZETA TAU ALPHA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Beulah M. Armstrong, Ph.D. Flora H. Tesh, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Cleo B. Tanner Rae E. Weber Seniors Grayce M. Paxton Lucille M. Wroblce Marie Ash Harriet E. Lyon juniors Helen Stewart Garnette Houts Lynette H. Chandler Mary L. Hunter Martha Buxton Gertrude Abercrombie Henrietta E. Weber Florence K. Grundin Irene C. French Charlotte E. Base Clara B. Vaughn Virginia A. Haug Sophomore: Helen L. Reiman Dorothy A. Haynes Lois E. Campbell Alice C. Gale Vivian M. Ayers Neva L. Little Helen Hibbs F reslrmen Margaret R. Kingsley Leah M. Williams Helen Smith Margaret Donaldson Helen J. 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PAGE 514 Founclecl, Syracuse University, 1872 Twenty-eight Active Chapters Beta Alpha Chapter Estahlisllecl 1922 508 East Armory Avenue A A A A A A , .... Margaret Bloom, Ph.D. Jean L. Drayer, A.B. Helen Boren Marian E. Baker Jeanette E. Fry Margaret E. Graves Mary J. Cox Frances M. Gaston Virginia R. Heiclman Ruth A. Cleavelin Katherine G. Fislibaugh If .c.u..t.-,f.:: .1....r- ... .........r..4...-,.. ..... .......,, ALPHA PHI MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frances E. Jenison, A.M. Margaret L. Plant, B.S. Cora K. Miller, AB. jane C. Watt, A.B., B.Mus. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Gracluale Marian S. Jay, A.B. Seniors Nan H. Gilpin Marjorie Mason juniors Helen J. Gregory Grace E. Loclcart Edith R. Heier Isabel T. Marsh Sophomore: Ardath C. Walter Barbara G. McDowell Frances Howard Eleanor I. Thayer Elizabeth C. Martindale Mary B. Pattison Freshmen Betty C. Forrest Harriet E. Pawling Carol E. Schmidt Virginia Scott 31 I if ff li '4 5 I 1 r Thelma Tlmornslnurg, A,B, Frances A. McGinnis Dorothy S. Steele Eunice I.. Thumley Ramon B. Pierce Adelaide E. Potts Dorothy Swiney Eleanor E. Stewart -.,...-..............-..A V ---L, c...-V-,,. .. ...s. .,.,. ,,...,,H,.LV,My,, ,Mm,m,,,.,M, I ,A 4-... V .,.. ,. I,..........-- f 4.-g,.v.xur--- e.gr.g:3-!- v '-1 f ' -f---L-:P -"""""' i 4 i , 1 ' l Q I , . l , I . l . ' , Nl- rg. 1 i . i 'V H 1 l.X"r. ' XM. , 'J H 1 I. Q , A Q . 1 1 1 1 . ' A - f VI Kami ' ' l ' l li,-i f .5 1 e I I A .l -J Y-.. .7 . , . .,.. .......,.................,..........,.-....,......Ji-fe A e--Q :aff-1?ffm-'am---Mm-f--M-e----. ,,.:....... .,.r,.... he if Pattison Schmidt Cleavclin Baker Snwan Hmshbaugh Mafsh Hfivf GFUSOYY Forrest Pawling Scott Potts Q, Hcidman Pierce Gaston Cox . howard W,1gfr MCDGWCU Thayer Swiney Martindale 1 Fry Lockart Gravel MCGUUIIS Mason Thumley Gilpin Boren Steele jay f r , 4 ff- 1111-fir-:Lf-.:zr.1 2.1134 Lwx-.zf:::-:-'21'x-:-::v1-w:----m--1-.mrwvgaenrr-f1--A-A1.-te -.-,ef fm..-3-A-1-ff -Y Paola S15 i I X K 4, ,.1- -1.5 Q.-:nf A' " lf" J 5 IN I .14 il 1211049 if Founded, University of California, 1914 Fourteen Active Chapters Gamma Chapter Established 1923 110 East Green Street 1' 'wa I ' r' balm ik :Pu 'Nu 2 'QV 'L .J 2' 4 . ", o. hz-X A fl M' , 4 'ui iff" :J Q.. J W 2,1 L. ,. ' .Q -My 2 , L af fy . iwg 1 Ah .viii J X f . . Q 4 , iff.-. t, ry, . ' , 1- ' i 1' ., v, .l'1', -, ' ' , P . 'a4f.g. 1- 'Ig 1 'iff 4 317. ' k .1 . ' "dl .uf '... ' ' 1 2 r . - Q , .vfil,.v, ' E.i:'fl,.Tv," MT K1 ik .li 7 U 4 ' I, 2' , ffk . 1" 4 'ff - gn. . ll'-,az N77 5251? "I ..,. 1 l'lwii.Rfir 'MF' i . 1,11 uf. "E ,gm 'aw 44 JY A , f. D V , M I r 'Mig-Q ul: A.: if gf "gsm e. ':'.N, 'Q ll., Y, E. qlir' ati., Q -e N 4' 1 Q3 A ,I ...V Kai, b .'.-5.1.5-,' -.V 'Q Jiigll' QM Wi? . . ,if fQ'fl"i?il?Ef 'in' 1 ii 'bill fl .V . .i-- ar,- iajlr ,. 3 ' .fka-f, tiny' ' .,'.-.Will ,..5all1Slig'yi, .f I: J, SW.- Q" .-1 ' 1 -, 2:5 " .5 nnifgn 1 .4.'fff .,,wF, 1. ,- ii . 'l.',,,f'f gi. -we ' -f 1 -:ff-3 - 1-7 ::"'-'-"v.,.n,:. N' 11- ' X A .:'1:'11...:k .V U . 1 I. , I- Alice W. Ballard Margaret M. Kirlcbride Bernice E. Swartz Evelyn G. Foster Marian J. Kincaid Margaret A. Rehm Maurine Boyd Elva Martin Lelah Burgoyne Loyette Sparks TI-IETA UPSILON MEMBERS IN FACULTY Helen M. Rand, A.M. Harriet H. Kerr, AB. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Doris Coe Glenna McNair Willa J. Webb Clara D. Leach Lucille Prideaux Irma C. M. Weber Juniors Rachel Hubbard Alice M. Hausler Pauline Linebarger Minnie L. Means Iola Clark Maurine Baker Soplvomores Mabel E. Chappelle Frances Lindley Thelma Radwell Susie W, Sears Freshmen Adele E. Landgrebe Madeline L. Watts I I Marjory Nichols Helen Ridinger i 1 l A' 000 .pl . , ' 0.1 rl Us IQ, I Juanita Lindsey Dorothy Smith Martha E. Hursh Jessie Partlow Mildred Ludlow Pauline Rehm 54 - Hr' W I H 1 a 1.11: , . Hursh Martin Partlow Sparks Ludlow Burgoyne La ndgrebe Lindley Hubbard Watts Smith Sears Boyd Foster Kincaid Hausler Linebavger Rehm Means Webb Coe Weber Prideaux Swartz Lindsey Ballard Leach McNair x"3"'1'M T PAGE 516 . .murwm l Founded, L I 'ffl' University of California, 1908 Q Sixteen Active Chapters i Beta Chapter "Ui,-'Q' Established l923 , .',' 907 West lllinois Avenue I ,l rl i - I ' W J X ng IH'-rr.--M - . ,. Carolyn R. Rice Alice K. Brown Dorothy V. Kilgore Margaret N. Cox Kathryn Hendricks Helen Konopasek Gertrude Stanton Evelyn L. jones Parilee Hurst M-. -5.-1........f .. .,..,.......,,..,.. 3 - .. ..., ,. ,.... ,..- ,.., - A ,. ,,.0..,f.,.,.-tv.-o-r . .., .1 wr , fmeu..w-.J-. ..1.u.v.o',v1---v--s--u-f:-r-nvm-m.1ya:1r.ie- ..,,,-.-.,,,i I BETA PHI ALPHA Margaret E. McCarthy jane E. McBride Catherine M. Davis Olga Zwermann Elsie Pendleton Eileen Nickols Ileayn Boyer U-W-----a-..,-in --,......-.qv in.-.M--...-..f-N.. Seniors Juniors Sophomore: F rexbmen Catharine E. Weidner Gladys Brach Dorothy M. Lock Jeanette Neis Mary C. Keith Marian Hendricks Virginia E. Knipe Helen Tucker Lois M. Paddock Martha Karnahan Kathryn M. Lock Mary F. Fawcett Phyllis E. Shaub Virginia H. Allen --...Q .-Q...-uno...-im-1-.nv-t-t-...f.-Frf.-W.-a.-an-.-S.-.D vfvwwwhtfutnw 1 .M , , . ....1-,pw-1 i' r 1-V., I U , A 1 EHAMHH i it A f nm, f 7 I i . agp. ' X uf: 1 Q L, nf. f M. w. - 'n Y it 555 . - :u-.5- ' 5 .4 -'5i'fi.3 'i fr itwi gg , M ' . 5. " , , . ,, i I ' ,N , fl 4 1 f .NA ' 'T' ' a K wk. . " - 'avi l E , 31 .l Ut. li' 65.545 5' ,ifzfli 4 , -ife fail 1 , , -' z 4 5-ffi , V, . -an ,j MCB,-ide Rice Paddotk Kilgore Weidner Tucker Davis B,-,ch MtC,,nhy , N Karnahan M. Hendricks Stanton Nickols . Shaub N Zwermann Lock D. Lock Fawcett Cox Brown 'ffiq Konopasek Pendleton BOY'-'F Kmpc K- Hendricks NCIS Allen Hurst jones Keith .X ale 1 l 1'f"" f- -H --wr-mf---frw f---:MH -:l -f-2":r-n:-a.":rv- mnesmvn-,1 frr:n--vr-H-1-fvrrfvfr ...L..,,-M. .rf-1.1 PAGE 517 i 1 Sigma Omicron Chapter f L ' A1 ,ff1f'lWf..g-H" . ai i "X A ' ff,-'U llM'..,fQVf. if ,. I T. It 41 It i tiggab L ,yi Y 1 V11 ' ' ve N j, ' 3, N .Torn -1 i . ' - Y' , ,fi tzfffii-rglylw ,.l, H 3 ,QI --ul : ' T"'."., ' . .' . i' " . 4 iq. T..--I Aft, ,I I ix 1, A-, . :im JI: . V I if I -A U- : 5:35. rl ',"p al l . . lift.-l' ' -. . - : ' ' an 5 jf: ll rl l If .phi 1 ., . e ,- . , 2 ' 'rl 'f' 5' """' -3-..F't-- " , ,l, , , il ix -A X Jy x V jlf- -ri 111, w . Qmggg, 4 i a itll? .1 ,r ,Wo Q. L I ,i:rl""'iIf iii? Mi 'jf 21312 1 i i ,, 'g 'I' - ffi WH!-.. I-'l lllrl' .u-:r,,,, 4 T fe -fAf " 'H" 'f'1iK" fl' 1 ' " 1 'v' ..,"" 'f'1i"1:. N-' il' " """ TW".-,., .-VL-'-"Q, f .. L' ,tf'T. Floy Aylsworth Helen Callahan Ruth Girsberger Frances Green Phyllis Alexander Mildred Austin Madelyn Bentley Frances De la Bere Myrtle Fahsbender Bernice Davenport Irma Kadic Dolores Becker Hazel Burrow KAPPA DELTA Kathryn Hocker Leona Hudson Eleanor Lonek Lorine Lair Marguerite Fischer Mildred Gilchrist Marian Jewell Stella Kadyk Blanche Kerr Carolyn Hocker Donna Johnson Dorothy Maris ,V Mable Miller I Audrey Niemeyer Leonore Schlagenhauf Mary Martin Wilhelmina Meyers Flora Michelmann Norclis Nelson Dorothy Lee Mildred Leake Lois Mackey 1204 South Lincoln Avenue ' ' -C ,sr o U. .' J' 'Qs 'Q 0 ... I. 'ls ,Q 4. '.. is I 1' 5 'fo s 1 . t ,iff Leila Volberding Lucille Williamson Alice Wing Marian Suleeba Laura Lee Thomas Mary Thompson Mable Wing Edna Woolsey Barbara Menges Annabelle Woods Ada Michelmann Lorene Rhodes - , H M ' F , .! - - Volberding Michelmann Johnson Becker C. Hooker Lealce Austin Rhodes Williamson Nelson Mackey Meyers D-1VEnP0rt Fahsbender Callahan Suleeba Thomas De la Bere M. Wing Burrow Kerr Fischer Lee Kadic Girsberger Woods Menges F. Michelmann Bentley Jewell Martin Gilchrist W00lSGy Kadyk Thompson Alexander K. Hocker Lonek Green Lair Niemeyer Hudson Maris Aylsworth Schlagenhauf A. Wing Miller PAGE 518 ' ., s Founded, M University of California, 1915 f , Q R Four Active Chapters . ' I ' 4 V -H, .A H. A, ' 0 in f r Beta Chapter V 26 ' Established l9Z3 lf A lll2 West Oregon Street Thelma Dubson Lucille Rankin Garreta Schriber Estelle Hagnauer Dorothy Cunningham LAMBDA OMEGA MEMBER IN FACULTY Olalla E. Glasgow, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Louise Pager Marie Lundgren Janett Michael Dorothy Hazard Laura Rose Lois SIOUE Bernice Rankin D0f0fhY Stubef l H W wi- l -It " 5243 Seniors juniors Soplvomores Freshmen Helen Melvin Linita Foelschaw Florence Mueller Harriet J. Myers Jessie A. Strang Helen Van Zandt Irene Olson Dorothy Hubbell Della Peck Helen Pahnlce Charlotte Ziegler Frances Wilson B' Rankin Van Zandt Wilson Stuber Hazard Pahnke Stout Rose stung schriber Olson Lundgren Michael Zeirrler Cunningham Myers Melvin Hubbell Faggr Foelschaw HIBHH'-191' L- Rankin Peck Dubson Mueller PAGE 519 I . f' .Nw ,Q qu if K L l o 1 ,MW . h f, LA A Elizabeth R. Aldrich Virginia M. Boening Margaret E. Brydon Irene E. Becker Ione C. Buswell E. Ernestine Bancroft Ruth I. Foster Lydia E. Leininger 1 . 41-f.-'iwr7.ma1f.t.1..t.'.-Jan 4 , ren-resmwv. ---V ---- -we-,umm -fm -avfmmwmamnaniuimmamr.e.f.,.'.-ws... .- I, .wwiQ.wu1:mm,mn-museum-iw:.a:. W--' -A-1' mi 'L ALPHA DELTA THETA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Louise B. Dunbar, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Dorothy A. Butts Margaret E. Giertz Ruth G. Dammers Ruth L. Harrower Ruth M. Domlce Sadie E. Mattson Iuniors M. Helen Carson Mable S. Cole Sophomore: Grace R. Mower Louise I. Schultz Freshmen Marietta C. Weed Genevieve L. White ,,,f.,,,Wy1,wL,,.,...wwm h-.z.:.,t...' .,1. a-...M S.,e4.r., .- .,,.r...f.-...1,e-.mm-nu. amemyfmm,-. Kewl.. 1 .-11-mum w 'ru-v-.i.:.,.. -. Founded, Transylvania College. 1919 Thirteen Active Chapters Delta Chapter Established l923 104 East John Street 4. .mx f, Q V. Edrie M. Presler Ruth A. Roeder Florence E. McMichael Dorothy M. Pringle Ruth C. Schultz Elizabeth A. Windsor mnfw-rw-m.f.,rr:m:1my J"FiV3T'P f7'5 ' A '- '- a l .AS .ll J . .V g xt lx? -,'-,'4 ' 'i4f.ff3? ff' my-'.'fg l' I Wi , W," .Q :Q g',,wf ,' 'fr trys, E' 'M V fl all .M ,sw ,fa J.. - lr' 'vgffy lrzfsrrfiireifzaii 1 sf., .sptgfx ffl K 1. :fw- ., , .f ....,-3 'iler f-.fa Y w.l,x1'.! QI' vit: .',. H l-fr, A'-- " gf, , if , , T- -if 'iI""i'?'l4, "'2ff'.l -, .." :ii F51 . -. ,M I. , . . . .1 4. 1 Lulu - '11 -.,f . ,,,,.A ,,Aun,..,,.,.4i"14Il-lvvvs.. . . .. .,,.,.,. - . ..,--I M. n Y -.1 ucv--nr'--mgpu-nv.-r-v--+rM.u.. U'v.'AL."f61-"lik"'L""u"""""""""""' M""'F1'i'WYW7""Wd'." 4"" 'i"""""" wsllvlli Wlrite Foster Bancroft E. Windsor M. Windsor Weed Plffaf Srhultz Reese Leininger R. Schultz Carson Mower Buswell Cole Pringle MCMifl'lael Presler Becker Giertz Domlce BfYd0n Dammers Harrower Boening Mattson Aldrich Roeder Butts X-- QT' --.v-X..- , .f ,X-..,,4L-, tg-:Q'r:r:f'm'v1'Mwr::m:ammw-1-fun:-rm:-rammn'-rr'-:mmfvvfm-r,rf::rnnu::r:::-vrn-: -'-- :- -' Y :':a'..I.., PAGE 520 I l r" Founded, Hunter's College. 1913 Fifteen Activc Chapters Theta Chapter Established 1922 1004 West Nevada Street yn C , z ' 4. Devorah S. Wechsler Adele Sattenstein Annette Jacobson Rush Baclcrach Jeannette Bernstein Blanche Cramer Gladys Chulock Gertrude Chulock PHI SIGMA SIGMA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Harriet Sattenstein Rose L. Hoffman Elsie Diamond Adrienne Edelstein Leonore Erlich Janet Fradin Jean Feldman Senior Lillian Goldstein Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Bernice Harris Lucille Abramo Dorothy Hirsch Elizabeth Lederer Toby Levin Slyvia Marland Juliette Silverman 3--n-1 Beatrice Levin Edith Simon Sara Wexler Jeannette Witz Rose Zaslovslty 1 I , l Backrach Ledercr Marland Abramo Levin Cramer Bernstein Fradin Simon Silverman Hirsch Diamond Chulock Zaslovskb' wcxle' Chulock Erlich Feldman Edelstein Witz Jacobson Levin Hoffman Goldstein H- Sattensfein Wechsler A. Sartenstein Harris PAGE 521 1 1 i 1 I V I l' .ffm iq Founded. Q, ' Northwestern University. 1921 xg, - Three Active Chapters :GN l ' 51 ' I Beta Chapter it K 1 2 Established l9Z4 I 3 908 South Fourth Street f . A .,.. , ..,., , , o . . N . fC ' ' . ,'Lf ,,Wh,,i' i A . A' ' L, LLllAAAl MEMBERS IN FACULTY Ruth D. Peabody, M.S., C.P.A. Lois Steffy, AB. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Katherine M. Conrad Vera E. Grim Bernice O. Kohn' Viola Studley Alice F. Davis Nellirh C. Irish S. Dorothy Locke jessica D. West juniors Dorothy J. Adams Wanda M. Brown Carolyn J. Stuebe Leta Toll Dorothy A. Broderscn Mary E. Bell Soplaomores Alice M. johnson Agnes L. Sawhy Virginia R. Taggart Olive I. Williams Freshmen Alyce C. Churchill Eunice Enright Eleanor Olson Malvina Sakach . w,.h ,.A ,..... ,,,.mJ,mM,.w,, ,.,, ,..f. Warm ,,-, M .,.. - .-... wus - f.r.h,,M, ..,,- .i.- 4-,4 w5,r-www, .,'. ,,.,, -,.- mnmfw,wwwwwwwnwmjvwyfiftz I fl 1 iw , Ji X . l fi i . 3 fu l fi i i il l l it L l iig, .N i Qyyi Qui i fly. Xxdi Q f l A i i .. s l f if I .Q i . -f.-.. - --f- .- is - .wr-,qmpf,-gzip-,nfimwde-,......-:.,.t.-g.. .. -..,...1...mi2.--..-. -.....maauiw.s. .-,f.1w -.1-4:-zfzwrrvfbiff111'"'f"""-'-----rewi-'-'vj-v--vn-e1-rwf-e1-+-'vmffr-'-'1"f""'- i N ' - ii l s 1 r i Adams I Locke Broclersen Kohr Studley Irish Grim WCM Bell Johnson Churchill I Q 5 I Steffy Toll Sakach Enright Williams Stuebe Brown Tlgglff Conrad Davis Peabody PAGE 522 s-...V-..-w.....,...-fa----......--. ,. ....-...........,....,...,. ,LL :-'zrtfz 4:r.'::".':':T'.":.":"f"""'r:'-Y H- :-- ,. Founded. fx 'A University of Michigan. l903 Forty-nine Active Chapters ,JL HY .. fiillliill.-' Sigma Delta Chapter Established 1924 ll02 West Nevada Street M. Ruth Parker Margaret W. Wiles Winifred E. Beresford Pearl K. June Margaret L. Mallatt Marie H. Worley Chapple D. Reeder Ruth Habermeyer SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Virginia Ruffin, B.Mus. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Helen P. Hockaclay Marjorie M. Golden Myra A. Canavan Gladys M. McCoy Catherine Loelcle Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Mary K. Smith Elizabeth Barnhart Maurine Hurz L. Elizabeth Adsit Mary Catherine Medley Leta M. Stucker Eldrecl Price Brunette Kummer E. Pauline Campbell Bernice Bott Margaret C. Hall Iclris W. England ln-'Qu , Kummer Price Habermeyer EnBl3nd Loeckle BO!! Hall W0rl0Y Medley Canavan Reeder Hurz June Golden Beresford Smith Hofkldav Wiles Parker McCoy Barnhart Adsit Campbell Mmm PAGE 523 'x Helene Lamet Sarah Marquadt Helen Orndorff Thelma Graf Gertrude Kober Mary Brosnahan ' etvswungt 1-il CI11Atlw4 bullet 'lfIiIIEYI71Ax, I?I Mary O'Donnel Nelle McDonough Helen joan Tobias Helen Kopp Katherine Ford Graduate Student Helen Duffy Seniors juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Stella Wachter Alice McGinty Margaret Meats Anne O'Donnell Margaret Kinder Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 One Active Chapter Alpha Chapter Established 1925 903 West Illinois Street ,K ' .M ! , ff-.i ' 14 -A Jer aiggg Q Q RQGWQ Elsie Tascher Ida Moore Ernestine Starner Helen Welch Jeanette Meelce MqGincy Orndorff Brosnahan Kopp Welch Kinder Tobias McDonough Moore Tascher M. O'Donnell Lamet Wachter Duffy Mai-quad: A. O'Donnell Kober Starner Ford Graf Meats PAGE 524 Founded. Cornell University, 191 Twelve Active Chapters Kappa Chapter Established l926 ll04 West Nevada Street Adele Goldfinger Bernice Drozdowitz Frances S. Siegel Marjorie Sachs Miriam T. Cohan Ruth R. Franklin Myrtle K. Friedlen Naomi Goldblatt Blanche Cohn Pearl Berger Virginia Dantzig SIGMA DELTA TAU MEMBERS IN FACULTY Leah Ruth Rudman, M.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Alice I-lartenfeld Phyllis J. Colitz Ruth C. Kahn Thyra Kantor Florence Levy Cecile Gordon Hilda Salczberg Sylvia Wechsler Seniors Juniors Soplvomores Freshmen Ethel L. Hyman Eleanor Soboroff Mildred E. Marx Katherine Rosenberg Frances Rosen Eunice Kahn Ruth Lapin Leona Paine Lucile Klein Beatrice Fisher Mary Goldstein Lillian Rosenfeld Helen Soboroff Hazel Shyman Mildred Rosenbaum Ruth Sheinbaum Rochelle Rosemann I W S 9 5 Goldblatt Kahn Lapin Kanter Rosemann Kahn Dantzig Sheinbaum Cohn Berger Wechsler Goldstein Saltzberg Paine Cohan Marx Sohoroff Levy Gordon Rosenbaum 1 Rosen Friedlen Shyman Fisher Rosenfeld Soho,-off Hyman Dfozdowitz Goldfinsfr Klein Sachs Ha rten feld Franklin Colitz Siegel Rosenberg 1, l if -1 ill P.-ics S25 H Helen Broverman Esther Gitrler Miriam Godow Isabel Blumenstoclc Serene Fink Jennie Feldman Ardell Kahn Founded, New York University, 1917 Seventeen Active Chapters Rho Chapter Established 1927 1202 West Oregon Street DELTA PHI EPSILON Florence Cohn Sarah Niederman Norma Fuchs Sophie Katz Pauline Meyer Freida Leibevitz Katherine Wershkoff Bernice Jenks Mollie Rosenberg Ida Summer . ., .,. ' ' fn. 'i' i V: ' A.. 1-, . -.,.. .-Q, .Nf!.'4li9.Q34,',-l.. Mildred Teplitz Rebecca Rubin Edith Slclovslcy Fay Reiner Fannie Tepper Pearl Tepper Irene Turner -nn I-nu " f P. Tepper Teplirz Kahn Rosenberg Turner Fink Summer Feldman Godow Reiner Blumenstock F. Tepper Jenks Fuchs Meyer Niederman Leibnvirz Broverman Rubin Cohn W2rShk0E Sklovsky Gittler PAGE S26 Clara Mildred Green Luella S. Covalt Helen Merry Constance H. Moon Edena Miller Grace M. Kamm Mary Elizabeth King Founded, University of Missouri, 1888 Fifteen Active Chapters Alpha Mu Chapter Established 1927 109 East John Street BETA SIGMA OMICRON ur' Serena G. Hall, A.B. Margaret O. Brown, B.S. Dorothy I. West, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors V Pearle Harshbarger R. Louise Huffman juniors Helen B. Strano Margaret L. Anderson Gladys Ruth Miller Sophomore: Helen B. Slepicka Freshman Elizabeth Engstrand Alice I. Clark Beth M. McCrory Bernice O. Robinson Ernestine C. Drake Louise A. Schott Marifrances Tank Ruth Rayburn Lorraine Hinde Suda E. Norris Mary Wagenseller Helen M. Harrison Dorothy Kendall Harrison Rayburn Engstfand Tlnk Kendall Norris Drake MCCFOYY Schott Sumo King West Slrpicka Robinson Clark Covalt Miller Kfmm Merry Huffman Green Anderson PAGE 527 AAAA Dorothy Moyer Pauline Beatty Eloise Bernstein Lois Cook Inez Clem Princess Hill Nita Cozad Alicia Vines Ethel Gill Marjorie Bolin Pauline Beekman Lelia Burgoyne Frances Houghton Bernelda Moyer -vw. ,..f-.-.pct .-.H -f,..,,-,-. 1- H -V L 1,1 "" . 1 4 l 1 7 i A AAAAA BETHANY CIRCLE MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mildred Camp, A.B., B.L.S. Eda Jacobsen, A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Nelle Young Ella A. E. Bivin Mildred Armstrong Georgia Alkire Louise Schooley Ethel jones Florence Munson Wilma Slapalc Lois Weatherford Matjery St. John Alice Wyles Nclla DeAtley .f ., Graduate Students Seniors Junior: Sophomore: Freshmen Reba Smith Dorothy Dearth Lucille Hill Corinne Hester Avicc Perdew Olive Robertson Ann Young Gcorgine McDonald Geraldine Lamb Ruth Kaesebier Pauline Hurd Marjorie Padheld Founded, University of Illinois. l9lZ One Active Chapter Alpha Chapter Established 1912 608 South Mathews Struct AA' Ola Kelly Helen St. John Helen Duvall Mary Mayfield Margaret McGloughton Luella Endres Margaret Waggoi1er Olive Mills Ruth Smith Blanch Grilhth Virginia McLeod Ethel Kaesebier ,. ., at. V. ,,,,, . . . 1. .,....,t mo. num. ,f..m.f.m.-.ww-. J-H ,,.,.u,. ., .- W-, ., ,. ,..,,. . .aw-at ,fsnmnwf--r--1--ffwef,u.m4w.-mfir.-mr.: we We i l -if lsr ,ffl ,2,y!x',,j fe W if jg' i ff, :- Ln ' ' 5 in . :fl ,I ' , ff "7 5- , ff . : , - fri . .- - , , ii - V , 1 , , 1 , fix 5 . ,i i A, fr - .K ' N , mx. i -. 1.3 X ,V X' ,V :R 'ffibgh-f.i H '- ,wg 4 iff. ' 1 -.,f,,--fm. 1 iv! ,x"'.'il ' ,ij 5: PAGE 528 Endres Alkire Young Gill McDonald Munsen Colad Mills Burgoyne Beekman' Moyer Houghton Duvall Smith Cook Bernstein Deal-th Kelly Bivin H.St.1ohn Beatty Hester Armstrong Hill Bolin , Waggoner Slapak E.Kaesebier R.Kaesebier Wyles Hurd Robertson Mayfield M.St.john MCLf0d Pldheld DeAtley Smith Griffith Lamb f ' J 1 I ll I E l . i ,l 5 'l Founded, L V University of Illinois, l9l2 L One Active Chapter sos south Fifth sam 1 . 5' gl VU K ' l f- Y. i 1 , Louise Buss Lois Collins Martha Hanes Helen Eells Alyce Gilbertson Ruth Husband Helen Kent Dean Dorothy Edwards Lillian Barbee PRESBYTERIAN HALL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Mary Louis Husband Lois McKeown Mary Frances Lynch Helen Mathis Helen Hanes Bellen Sharp Seniors juniors Soplwomores F resfzmen Lorcne Pacey Elizabeth Niclcolls joan Mitchell Hallie Owens Marjorie Nichols Edith Taylor .- , ,.....1-..:i.:-:.1m..v.v.1..,.Ls..mL-new My .....g.., ...uLu:.:u:m.:, losephine Timmermann Mary Wilkins Elsie Ready Lucille Smiley Josephine Shogren Mary Temple ..-...rt-,.u1.s f i -- ,, ,x 1 Dean Sharp Smiley Nichols EClWlrd5 Eells Mathis R, Hugbnnd H. Hanes Temple Taylor Shogrcn Gilbertson Owens Lynch Ready b Pacey MCKWWU M. Husband Buss Collins WllklnS M. Hanes Nickolls Timmermann 4 ,M W PAGE 529 AAAI -,.y.'7,D'5.TK:!Ttn.-z nw -:x"I9L9. :.f",'f'f1 'n73:L Jm1- ,4,.t,.1n44-.Jv-wwmaa-In 4..-laliniizlikii-lL.T11I"-'f ' - '71 I! D l, vi X i 'l . ll i E xl l 5 Founded, . 3 University of Illinois, 1923 24 'gh sf One Active Chapter ffm , 1 " era . I5 ll02 West California Street . ,- ifo- Q l il A ""Q'1- r-.1-.rf ..... ,,., ,,. I Tabitha Broadhurst Anna Day Ringland, A.M. Gretchen C. Ganschinietz Lois M. Cook Dorothy Butts Hilda K. Meisenbach Mazo M. Bixler Edna C. Adamson Margaret Finnicum Anna M. Weber Alice Goodmann Elizabeth Blough Maurine Hertz Helen C. Stull Arvilla Rosenkrans Rosemary Suranovic EMERA MEMBERS IN FACULTY Cora K. Miller, AB. Mary C, Whitlock, B.S., A.M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Frances L. Malsbury Ruth L. Dunn Lillian Bickford Ivy Britton Luella Covalt Dorothy Brodersan Irma Gravelot Margaret Graves Elizabeth Jung Isabel Scott Ella Bivin Claribel Stephenson , , ........., ,Q , . .2j.Y,kl.Y..v --Y, Seniors Catherine Conner Ruth Dammer Grace Gooclmann Freda Ray Kreiger Harriett Sumner Juniors Eloise jessen Ester Morloclc Edith Hoar Mae Gibbs Soplaomores Laura Ellen Garrison Marian E. Conrad Freshmen Helen Ward 44444444 Virgil M. Gilchrist, Ruth Clinite Henrietta Klehm Dorothy Maris Virginia Smith Mary Wilkins Virginia Butler Stella Kadylc Julia Neville Melva Paxton Sarah Jane Shank Jeannette Bosson Evelyn Olson Frances Williamson B.S., M.D .. .-msafnrs-vvv. - - w W :maxaman-a..ii.--.s,..... ...-.-,.....-M... ..--.-.M..,.,.1..........,.....M. , 41 ' " "1 ' "--W' W" ""' ..a..-..... .f..,.,M..w.,'....-, Rosenkrans Gibbs Hoar Olson Krieger Sumner Stephenson Conrad Scott Finnicum Weber Ward Suranovic Cook Butts Adamson Ganschinietz Meisenbach Hertz Bosson Bixler Clinitc ,lessen Morlock Dunn A. Goodmann G. G00dm3nn Malsbury Klehm Garrison PAGE 530 Qgyzmummmm-453,-,x. . FM, W.. , -. .,,.,,,5,,.m,,,L,,3,,.,,:.m,,,A. ,, ,Z-f --- - 1-r'1r.:wmwsm,,f:m:r-:mwwefwnfffsnmmimnmm v 1 fl is F! :lr 2. i x 5. ......v..,.,..s...i...-s-...A-vw-.. , ...-.V V .. vena- -:gr I l CONGREGATIGNAL HGUSE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Junior: Sophomore: Freshman Ruth Thoms Memlu I Kroenleme Smith K Kroenleme Andersen Beagley Wylie Meier Kaufman Thoms Morgan Reinboxh Crabb Spence, Katherine Fox Margaret Burns Alice Wall Flora Twingstrand Beatrice Brown Virginia Waldon Florence Chambers Mildred Rubin - .vf V f ....a..'.i1... ,. ,. .V an v.: I 3 I ' I a l 4 l 1 ' - ...4. ..swni.vi.f- 3 RP' if 4 l l I 1 l l DAVENPORT HOUSE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Vida Trager Henrietta Brown Blanche Peterson Vivian Reading Catherine White Marguerite Rule Grant Pirie Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen Alicla Drake Louise Perlcins Leona Westerluncl Mary O'Brien Virginia Cable Margery Brillhart Dorothy Muirhead ..,-.f.-,-,..L.f., e. ..-....,... .M ... 1- if, ..,.. k. ,. . . i..:...,fi-L1-i-,-w .- , I Q. I- 1- ,. .-.., -- . 807 South Wright Street AAAAAA4 Vera Smith Elnora Holt Alice Reed Janice Steigle t V .jf V, 'M f, Fox Cable Waldon O'Brien Westerlund Peterson Reading T,-age, wjhit, Wall Drake Rvred Chambers Rule Staehle Twingstrand Smith Bu,-M Brown Brillhflrf Perkins Steiglc Rubin Pirie Muirhead Holt Brown PAGE 532 ,Rl l-- , ll, , MCKINLEY HALL Seniors Margaret Jack Dorothy A. Kennedy Mildred La Plant Eleanor Kendall Florence Kendall Violet Koerner Vivian Miller julia Lyons Rebecca Maizel Elsa Peterson Marie Pieper Erna Moehl Louise McKinney Martina Taylor Virginia Wildi Isel Rogers Irma Sears Jennie Jones Ora Bly La Verne Woodley Florence Jensen juniors Maurine Baker Dorothy Duncan Ruth Fedder Helen L. Ficker Nina Ghent Frances Hartman Louise Hoflierluert Maurine Johnson Wilma Kalrenthaler Arline Lippert Verna Mann Enly Moore Althea Mitchell Irene Schermerhorn Virginia Shaw Marjorie Stocking Ruth Siemer Alice Wallace Frances Webber Sophomore: Marian Baker Beatrice Blume Reva Bralcensielc Katherine Burns Dorothy Drews Etna Fritz Ruth M. Johnson Ella Linderholm Jeanett Lutz Mary Palmer Nora Read Anita Schleuter Freshmen Marcella Fordon Sydney Smith Clara Kelly Anna Stich Geraldine Du Guid Ruth Schermerhorn Marie Beplco Hazel Montooth fi HQ-l2.f ' 1 gsgsgf. 1 'Ci e U l xx Linderholm Moore Sears Mitchell M- .l0hn5011 Hartman Wildi Bralcensiek McKinney Bly Frizz Heffel-ber: icker Du Guid Jensen Stich Fordon 5Cl1lfUfPf Burns Mann R. 1051115011 Webber Montooth Haun Ghent Read Kon-ner Wallace Sieme, Kaltenthzler Smith Lipper! R. Schermerhorn I. Schermcrhorn Rwan Kelly Fedder Baku. Lugz Stocking Blume Butterwick Duncan Drews Maizcl Lyons Rogers Woodley La Plant Pi0P91' ,lack Peterson Movhl Miller Kennedy Taylor Bgpko PAGE 533 Ester Anderson Catherine Conner Paula Bayne Pauline Beatty Georgia Davis Irene Winholtz Birdie Arbuthnot Annabel Barthel Marion Crissey Edythe Eller Julia Finnell Irene Giberson Lillian Gillespie Sarah Ginsberg Margaret Graham Dorothy Altringer Florence Buente Mary Margaret Clark Dorothy Cunningham Adele Dethmann Dorothy Downey Erville Farrar Margaret Finlc Anastasia Finnell Angela Gioconda Leah Grace Ghent Winifred Armstrong Charlotte Bach Estelle Berndt Thelma Brown Mary Bunting Olga Bursik Eleanor Clayton Eleanor Conley Jane Curtis Norma Curtis Marjorie Davis Evelyn Ehman Stina Elclund Ruth Ewing PAGE 534 WOMAN'S RESIDENCE HALL Norma Contratto Beatrice Foster Marie Hoyler Alberta Kohlenback Helen Larmore Irene Hazel Valentine Hofsommer Anna Johnson Marie Johnston Mary Elizabeth Kane Emily Kniep Reva Kramer Sharlene Lasser Ethel Gleckler Marion Gordon Alice Graesele Mary Hackett Lillian Halperin Helen Hibbs Geraldine Hovey Lillian Johnson Mary E. Joyner Doris Kessler Sulan Ferguson Gertrude Graham Hilda Green Marjorie Hall Virginia Hazard Hazel Heicleman Jean Hoeft Ruth Homer Vivian Hultberg Ethel Illk Estelle Jaskunas Garnet Jeffrey Helen Kitchen Josephine Krill Seniors juniors Sophomore: F resbrnen Marie Quernheim Florence Ogden Erma Schroeder Cora Sims Ruth Singer LaVerne Livezey Lucille McCowen Faye McMillian Florence Major Anna B. Middleton Lucille Miller Esther Morloclc Helen Perlis Virginia Krugman Alice Landhy Eva Lind Virginia Lowe Helen Lyford Mollie Sacks Hazel Sanders Margaret Schroeder Wanda Shelton Florence Smith Daisy Milligan Mary Frances Morony Gertrude O'Brien Evelyn Pearson Kathryn Pfister Frances Pickens Mabel Pritchard Marjorie Randall Helen Ridinger Anita Roomheld Dorothy Rose Helen R056 Calista Salmfm Eunice Schmitt Juanita Robertson Josephine Taylor Virginia Weigel Rebecca Weinstein Jenny Westling Ida Quatman Annette Raphael Dorothy Schumann Virginia Thomas Dorothy Toynton Jo Helen Wells Mercedes Wittenfeld Alice Wyles Wilma Snider Stephania Blaszczenslci Theresa Rosenwasser Frances Springer Irene Stark Marian Tintinger Ruth Tjarclis Henrietta Wides Helen Wollif Katherine Wormley Maxine Schroeppel Martha Simon Alice Slcora Margaret Sorter Mary Sparks Jeannette Stocker Margaret Stonehouse Beatrice Sullivan Marjorie Tammen Irene Tanghe Lucille Tomisky Edith Tucker Mabel Yeske Kathryn Allen Ruth Blount Ardis Denison Frances Ferguson Elizabeth Goodyear Helen Hackemack Mabel Hansen Mildred Baumann Gudrun Birger Iola Clark Norma Crane Virginia Craver Esther Dore Marybeth Dore Ruth Abrahamson Barbara Burns Jennie Clayton Alice Classen Marcella Conley Crystal Cranston Janet Cromwell Dorean Davis Virginia Allen Emma Anderson Evelyn Anderson Ruth Baxter Katherine Barskis Mildred Berrhold Evelyn Blomquist Beatrice Brown Bernice Burroughs Catherine Busch Margaret Chynowith Ruth Curtis Lucille Dennison Elizabeth DeClercq Elenor Drostenfels Wilda Eberdt 'Y fxfjfj WEST HALL Catherine Hein Melva Hewetson Beatrice Horneman Dorothy Hussemann Elizabeth Keiser Carolyn Lambert Anne Foley Sara Gibson Isma Gravelor Frances Henne Helen Jackson Dorothy McClure Margie Francis Catherine Freeman Marjorie Gibson Elizabeth Hanawalt Anna Louise Jackman Anna Elise Jaeger Neora Janssen Rachel Kennedy Esther Ewald Libby Gordon Dorothy Holton Parilee Hurst Mary Elizabeth Hyde Katheryn Illyes Evelyn Jirka Helen Kautz Mary Kool1S Marie Lach Edith Longl1Ul'Sf Mildred MCK20 Stella McLeiSh Terese McNabb Louisan Mamef Seniors Juniors Sopbomores Freshmen Eleanor Mangan Frances Malsbury Elizabeth Parks Margaret Read Lillian Rich Eudis Reisberg Julia McGowan Mary Mackay Emily Martin Flossie Marshall Doris Mathew Mildred Merker Rosalynd Koral Julia Lipow Jane McClure Bessie Mae Olson Winifred O'Shea Eunice Salisbury Janice Shapiro L. Frances Williamson Carolyn Mead Celia Mervis Bernice Miley Helen Mojonnier Verna Niebergall Elizabeth -Randolph Mildred Rapp Margretha Rasmussen Irene Reavy Ruth Reynolds Helen Reed Jeanette Rice Loma Rider Silvia Rubin Annette Schad Dorothy Shimberg Sarah Shively Emma Snook Elizabeth Wilson Louise Winchell Margaret Winchell Cornelia Millar Lennis Minton Alma Niemann Avice Perdew Ethel Ragland Esther Schrum Elma Seibert Dorothy Schenck Helen Shannon Anna Rose Solomon Helen Spaulding Henrietta Struebing Louise Stretton Marie Worley Dorothy Schauer Anita Schulman Delores Schrum Elizabeth Schaub Virginia Seidel Clara Shellman Kathryn Sherwood Lillian Swanson Bernice Twersky Ann Voelkel Genevieve Walsh Alberta Warley Aldine Wessels Ethel Wilson Catherine Whiteside Elsie Zelle PAGE 535 THE HUG OF V929 The great indoor sport? We dine at Kappa Alpha Theta GF 695 Alpha Delta Pi entertains . THE HUG OF I929 WX EN' osx FS 1 xx 7 -J WW W HUG OP 1929 " I Wetzel SchoHelcl Doris Jack Mabel Cross Bernardine Shuman Mildred Shuman Frances Whitehead Virginia Veale Mabel Cole jack Veale McMillan Brash Cross Cole Deere B. Shuman Douglass Anderson Truman Whitehead M. Slluman Nicolet , Irick Chinn Palmer Cofer G. Roberts C. Roberts LOKI MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY julia Douglass Martha Woundy Cornelia Roberts Glenna Roberts Eloise Jessen Celia Iriclc Ada Chinn Eunice Anderson Pauline Wetzel Ruth Truman Lydia Scholfield Hulda Palmer Isabelle Nicole: Mabel Deere ARNE, MGMUS, AND NAIADES ARNE Betty Blough Hilda Garms Pauline Hackbarth Hazel Drew Opal Hacker Ruth Smith Moivlus Rogtene Strode Lillian Weinheimer Grace Stretcher Bernyce Steenbergen NAIADES Lillian Hitch Sara Jane Brinkerhoff Edna Brash Helen Bruner Leona Cofer Nora Deere Mildred Lease Faye McMillan Ednamae McClelland Helen Foullcs Iva Reynolds Marjorie Padfield Katherine Sullivan Ruth Hardin Virginia Squires Pauline Hurd Mary Fee Ellen Solon Smith Reynolds Garms Drew Foulks Hacker Strode Stecnbergen Weinlxeimer Stretcher HH'-'lin Hackbarth DH 'QW Blqugh Hurd Padfield McGlone Squires Solon Brinkerhoff 1i PAGE 538 JTHE mio or 1929 Rapp Concannon A. Johnson Cunningham Schilling Stulginskig Bristow Newhouse Bayman McClain Fagan Stout jones Monahan McDonald Bennet Sacquety Taylor Winifred Concannon Marcell Stulginskis May Fagan Evelyn Stout Mary Bayman Anne Newhouse ACHAEA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Annamae Schwab Grace Cunningham Virginia Taylor Ann Johnson Ethel Jones Dorothy Bristow Emma Schilling DeVecla Joyce Ethel Keyes Lucille Rapp Bernice Troutman Lona Johnson Evelyn McCutcheon Eva McClain Helen McDonald Elizabeth Sommers Evelyn Joyce Winifred Monahan Margaret Bennett Faye Sacquety ATLANTA Louise Campbell Margretta Bairstow Edith Whaples Eleanor Shephard Florence Goodfellow Ruth Barker Virginia Bell Jessie Smith Alvene Price Alta Cottingham Charlotte Hartmann Laura Fox Rose Rixman Mary Russell Mildred Heitman 1 f - i , . 1 . my , -G Y, Hi li- . li - H .1 I Smith Russell Campbell Hartmann Goodfellow FOX Cottingham Heitman Price Rixman Shepherd Baker WaPl0S Bairstow Bell E ME PAGE 539 ' ' CTHE HUG OP IQQQC li Clem Fulkerson Porter Paddick Amick Butler Seider Shank M. Goold R. Goold johnson Roy Bennett Stice Markley McCabe Johnson ARETHUSA AND DAPHNE Inez Clem Dorothy Fulkerson Gladys Porter Carman Paddick Ethel Amick Gladys M. Tucker Virginia Butler Elrena Seider Sarah Shank Mildred Goold Rachael Goold Thelma Johnson Margaret Roy Mary Bennett ALCESTIS Edith Montgomery Marie M. Montgomery Loretta C. Harvey Helen Vance Nedra A. Johnson Adele M. Mernitz Edith M. Adams Arlene Beck Bernice E. Tucker Eva Golf Irene Rausch Bernacline Skeels Elsie von Gerichten Irene C. Crawford Ida Brink Alice Luther Louise McGinnis Mary Stice Evelyn Markley Florence McCabe Mildred Johnson Isabel Moore Bernice E. Anderson Adele von Gerichten Grace Hensley Dorothy Bradbury Tucker M. Montgomery Mernitz Harvey Johnson Smith Vance Adams Crawford Bradbury Rausch Beck Skeels E. von Gerichten Brink Anderson A. von Gerichten Moore McGinnis N h ,..,:1Q,,:N I l PAGE 540 .4 I ll, , I m f I W. Sir. ffl W Powell D. Hubbard E. Hubbard Collier Bolre Morley Cole Halsey Harrison Strubingcr Main W-H 1355! H1219 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ernestine Hubbard Dorothy Hubbard Marie C. Bolte Katherine Wagenseller Helen Groves Ramona Powell Elizabeth Collier Ruth Main Orpha Morley Rebecca Halsey Ruth Cole Eleanor Harrison Dorothy Smith Mary Strubinger M :Rii- Ml PHILEMQN AND AEOLIA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY M Lucille Shaver Louise Bidwell Dorothy L. Kasper Juline Hitchcock Nellie T, King Inez Ruth Conard Zelo E. Hampton Margaret G. Glenn Ethel M. Vrana Grace Wilson Helen A. Harding Grace Jeter 3 Alicia N. Vines Mary E. Grifhth Cora M. Unwiller Alta Cothern ml Fannie A. Martin Evelyn Romer Annie L. Webster Laura Clark W In Hazel A. French Eleanor L. Barlcman Helen Gates Edith Lee M l Ruth J. Pifer M Wk: :WE 51:-13 H Webster Glenn Unwiller Hampton Sh0V9l' Kasper Vrana J Gages Vines Griflith Martin Harding Colmfd Clark I A l arg l R1 A l M1 , E I I - --I' 1 1 I' I all ar I Q El as Jil IH .E'LIe'?43..MW , -14911 1 .. .- PAGE 541 THE ILLIO OF i929 I lIIllIiIllmmmllilllllwulnnz .,., . , 1. lf. M ww 1 'lllilildtlllillllhiiu ". . ll ' l A HI. .p 1 buf. 5 FHM ,L 'H M1 , 1vll"' .1 I ?35?!!ff15'E22HIMi4f, W ... 'W' hw V.5!!3i!" ' i'?f fl M :' LL iinllw 1 M 'l' 5J! ,z'r'3'li1 9e22iii i M :J "Y" "-' ' V35 !'N' 'L 5' l1F"f'!'.!'.I'.H.'5'n L, . iijfiiiii ia' ' ' Hibilhilifzsgiifuwul f iUlPiuf aII1l1 n WLT' j5'.4 !"'1wsovHf' nl -""1""' wfsmwfvyfvuWil: .if 'ifew ,.i. 92: :g'::'ff f'f1ff:: - LW 1 5- ' Nlmlulvfl IM M' lhiunu almmllu ll ' W:am H A V :Lf n ' , A I I ,f 5 1- kb' ' In l ' 4. -W ,wp W p H 'E I wi 'numMniinainiml1N unlHH in 'ln N NW' 11- nl Nu THE HLIO OF i929 THE ILLICD Oi V929 CAMPUS SOCIETIES Accountancy Club . . . Adelphic Literary Society . . Alpha Omega ..... Alethenai Literary Society .... American Society of Civil Engineers . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers Anonian Literary Society ...... Athenian Literary Society . . B'Nai B'rith Hillel Foundation . . Chinese Students Club . . . Circulo Espanol ....... Congregational Students Association . Der Deutsche Verein ..... Electrical Engineering Society . . Floriculture Club ..... Gregorian Literary Society . Home Economics Club . . Horticulture Club . Icarus ...... Illiola Literary Society . . . Illinois Disciples Foundation . Interliterary Society .... Jamesonian Literary Society . Kappa Phi Sigma ..... Le Cercle Francais ........ . Linnaean Society and Burrill Botany Club Lutheran Students Association . . . . Philippine Illini Club . . . Railway Club-V . . . Sketch Club . . . Skull and Crescent ' . Tu-Mas ..... Wesley Foundation . Wesley ' Players ..... Woman's Cosmopolitan Club . . PAGE 544 09959 '17 ASE K3 :THE ILLIO OF i929 Illinois Chgpggt Established 1906 Phi Gamma Delta Gail Fisher Elias Darmstatter Delta Tau Delta John Hevron Henry Lucas Zeta Psi Richard Voell William Anderson Kappa Sigma Virgil Wiese Ralph Roeske Psi U psilon Rexford Blazer Frederick Nichols Alpha Tau Omega William jones Arnold Doescher Se. ,Q .. A Junior lnterfratemity Social Organization Alpha Delta Phi Milton Cook Elliot Hager Delta Upsilon Raymond Harrington George Whyte Beta Theta Pi Edward Hanson Calvin Beck Delta Kappa Epsilon John McConnell James Royer Phi Sigma Kappa Norman Gundlach Harold Groh Phi Kappa Psi Leyden Scott Harold Boling Phi Delta Theta Robert Fox Joseph McCoy Chi Psi Wallace Hall Frank Tarvin Sigma Nu Ralph Reno Harry Logan Theta Delta Chi Henry Winterbauer Chi Phi Irving Poehler Phi Kappa Sigma Len Mulhall Andrew Lenz Sigma Alpha Epsilon Joseph Campbell XVilliam Horner Alpha Sigma Phi Alva Shrout Clyde Morgan Sigma Chi Edward Thompson William Kent Hall Rqgske- Doeschu- ' Hillwh McCoy? Harrington McConnell Voell Groh Shrout . Mulhall Wiesel Thompson Tarvin 1BolinB Whyte , Beck Reno , Fax jones Royer Lucas Cook Hager Winfrrbauer Amex-son Morgan CIMPBGU Scott Lenz Hevron Horner Darmstatter Logan IN 4' PAGE S45 THE ILLIO OF V929 KAI-'PA PI-II SIGMA Founded, University of Illinois, 1867 Ten Arrive Ch3Pf'ff5 T. A. Clark, B.L., Litt.D. C. M. Thompson, Ph.D., LL.D. P. H. Brown, Ph.D. S. W. Parr, D.Sc. john H. Bassler ,lohn J. Butterfield Gilbert R. Dayton Clarence H. Dylcema N. E. Adelhelm W. Baker Hudson B. Binington John F. Bracken Paul E. Courtney Charles I. Luclcman . LL... , lf "..2"' uf a as Q ', 'ir 'I-will ol' 'Hx A F n 4' . N To develop rogency of thought and personal power by public speech and Contact of personalitiesg and to stimulate cultural activities MEMBERS IN FACULTY A. R. Craythorne, Ph.D. R. F. Dvorak, B.S. J. M. White, B.S. C. O. Gardner C. F. Hottes, Ph.D. C. W. Wolfe MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors C. H. Davis Gilbert Kittlel-camp Raymond L. Krueger L. E. LaPlante William C. Bremmer E. W. Darmstatter Robert Duffy Edwin T. Reeder Frank L. Burns, Jr. juniors Sophomores Freshmen Walter V. Lesak Kurt Morris Lester A. Weinrott Howard J. Nebeclc A. E. Hallett Isaac C. Moore John Orndorff Dave Rubin Nat Fadim R. E. Norris, A.B N. C. Ricker H. B. Boyer Louis H. Schwabaclcer, Jr. Roy H. Smith A. C. Weick S. J. Schrom Frank L. Petru Lewis R. Sutin Milton Adelman Marvin D. Thorn Fadim Bremmer Lesak Darmstattcr Sutin Butterfield Bassler Dykcma Rubin Kittlekamp Duffy Hallett Binington Kruesfl' Weick Courtney Thorn Adelhelm Dayton Baker LaPlantc Moore Luckman Schwabackcr Burns Orndorlf Weinrott Nubuck Petru Smith Bracken Reeder A Pace 546 .THE :mo or I929- SKULL AND CRESCENT Founded, University of Wiscoiisin, 1907 Helmet Chapter, Established 1917 Honorary Sophomore Interfraternity Society MEMBERS Acacia Delta Upxilon Phi Kappa Sigma Nu G- S- Banks A. Blank W. Jacobs Flarmigan C- L- Larson K. Fields H. Mears D. Mills Al D l Ph' lff"W:rf':n ' cm Phi Phi Kappa Pri Sigma Pi J. Bontjes W. VanNess K. Burroughs S. W. Fairlie . M . '. ' . A. R Alpha Sigma Phi J untz R W Wilde W oss iftlijlzlzhison Chi Psi Phi Kappa Sigma Sigma Chi A. James W. Thompson A. Tuxhorn Alpha Tau Omega B. Rose A. C. Doescher Beta Theta Pi M. Maher H. R. Glade Delta Kappa Epsilon R. Uhlendorf Kappa Sigma L. C. Ball E. S. Hoit Phi Delta Theta D. Frary Phi Sigma Kappa H. D. Rea W. Hildeman Psi Upxilon G. E. Baird Tau Kappa Epxilon J. Cox R. Mooneyham Theta Delta Chi R. Floberg G. Webster Cutler E' Hoelscher L. Dearborn F. A. Blayney W. J. Painter S. Purvis Della Tau Della Phi Gamma Delta Sigma Alpha Epsilon Zeta Pri C. Goodall C. Seger K. Rugh S. Lehmann H. Wirherall R. Fisher J. Macdonald H. Campbell Tuxhorn Baird Hoelscher Doescher Fairlie Cox Rose Hildemgm Mooneyham Wilde Campbell Cutler Jacobs Macdonald Blank RH Larson Webster Maher Otteson R005 Howe Turner Munlz Painter Burroughs Fflfy Thompson James Seger Blayney Ball Mathison Hoi: Mens VanNess Purvis Rue Goodall Warren A I M' .bl PAGE 547 J. Hrdina F. L. Kirgis C. R. McNaughton H. J. Nebeck W. J. Hueckel G. W. Bunting P. M. Norman H. E. Ruby F. M. Foss ' -THE ILLIO OF 1929. f Founded, University of Illinois, l927 To promote the development and advancement of aeronautics MEMBERS IN FACULTY Major Maxwell Kirby M. R. Riddell, B.A.Sc. C. F. Green, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY K. W. Mosher C. P. Lansford D. Wilson J. C. Shear J. R. Below H. O. Bercher J. S. McHenry M. D. Seil O. W. Munger H. Lidster C. K. Moore L. Baker L. R. Black T. F. Collison G. M. Galloway M. H. Jones . Jones H. W. Knoll C. T. Madsen F. H. Oster E. G. Pearson . W. Stewart G. M. Van Ness O. Vivarttas F. A. Weld Reynolds Sherman Collison McHenry Ables Shear Bond Ransom Neberk Vivarttas MUHSCK' Fries PAGE 548 I-'DB Below Galloway Bunting Moore Newton Mosher Ruby ki? Founded, University of Illinois, 1927 Isaclore Demovslcy Meyer Greenberg Mordecai Oleniclc Samuel Astrinslcy Michael Felsher David Belinoff Oscar Berman Sidney Deutsch Dr. I -THE :mo or I929 ALPHA OMEGA To promote fellowship among its member: MEMBERS IN FACULTY saac Schour, B.S., D.D.S. Dr. Eli Olech, D.D.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Irwin Osheroff Erwin Pasternick Adolph Rabolf Irving Hecht Louis Jacobson Martin Friedman Louis Garfinkle Morton Herzon Seniors I u niors Sophomore: Harry Schnofslcy Charles Shellow Fred Shiplacoff Lester D. Kaplin Louis Rothfield Nathan Hoffstodter Louis Holzman Harry Levin One Active Chapter Leo Wexler Meyer Mehlman Abraham Selisky Joshua S. Vission Simon Nelson Joseph Scudder Ga,-finkle Nelson Greenberg Hecht Roth field Hogstodggr Levin Olenick Mehlman Belinoff Holzman Selisky Berman Dem0vSkY Astrinsky Sgudder Herzon Vission Deutsch Shellow QE 'QW Felsher Pasternick oshema Dr. Schour Kaplin Rnboff Jacobson PAGE 549 -IHE HUG OF i929 THE B'NAI B'RITH I-IILLEL FOUNDATION A jewish organization devoted to social and religious work among students at the University of Illinois DIRECTORS Morris Sostrin ..... ,...,... D ircctor of Student Activities Moses Jung, Ph.D.. . . ,..., Director of Religious Activities MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Student Ojficers Casil Friedman. . . ..,,...4,,......... .,..... P resident Harry Brcger, , . ..,. Vice-President Libby Galst . . . ..... Secretary Morris Blank ..... .... T reasurer Committees of the Student Council Publicity Drarnatics Open Forum Social Welfare Sam Banowitz Ethel Hyman Allen Jeffery Adele Goldfinger Beatrice Levin Jerry Siegel Leo Kotin Betty Rubin Publication Social Menorah House Jerome Wachter Milton Aclelman Albert Wolins Dave Rosenfeld Blanche Halper Hal Lowenthal Art Rosenfeld Edith Eller I Religious Education Abe Hyman Esther Gittler Rubin Lowenthal Wolins E. Hyman SleB9l Gittler A. Hyman Banowicz Wcchter A. Rosenfeld Blank Adelman D. Rosenfeld PAGE 550 Levin Galst Friedman Breger Eller Halper IIHE ILLIO OF V929 Beulah Armstrong Rebecca Baer Gordon Bryan Louis Bunte Wendell Cannon Mabel Chapelle Harold Critchlow THE WESLEY FOUNDATION To promote social and religious care of University Students STAFF James C. Baker .,.. ....., ............ D i rector Wilbur D. Grose ..... .,,......,...,, A ssociate-Director Willard A. Goodell .... .... P rofessor of Religious Education Fred H. Morris ...,. ..4.......,..........,. A ssislant Dwight Overholser Marjorie Lang. . . Irma Sears , .....,... Herbert Mumford Harold Nettles. . . STUDENT COUNCIL . . . . . ,President . . . .Vice-President . , . . . .Secretary . .,.. ...... T reasurer Assistant Treasurer MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ethel Cromwell Margaret Guild Desmond Decker Leon Harlan Catherine Dunlop Maurine Hertz Dorothy Filbey Lucy Hilton Alberta Fox Blanche Kerr Leonard Grable Charles Marsh Martin Green Day McIntire Vivian Miller Joe Newcomer Harold Rittenhouse Fern Tucker Norman Watson LaVerne Woodley M3 rsh McIntire Bryan Guild Cromwell Tucker Hertz Harlan Green Watson Bunte Grose Morris RiffU1h0U50 Grable NCIUCS Critchlow Mumford Newcomer Baer Fox Miller CFIHHOII Overholser Goodell Hilton Woodley Sears 635 PAGE 551 J ,THE ILLIC OF V929 J rr-4:5111 Birkhoff . Knipp Giachini Dodge Hughes Weber Farrar Munson Breuillaud Lane Sholosky McCarran Thompson Busenbark Gregory Belton LE CERCLE FRANCAIS To help further the knowledge of France and the French language MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Frances Segraves Devorah Wechsler Peter Giachini Richoline Hughes Clarisse Bogart Elizabeth McCarran Martin L. Green Irene Schermerhorn Velma Brown William Wines Grace Anderson Mary Goldstein Marian Case Alice M. Johnson Harriet Jouris Evelyn Cox Dale Putnam Avice Perdew Ruth K. Lewis Gertrude Shirloclc Frances M. Knipp Myra Harms Frances Weber Dorothy Dodge Rose Zaslovslcy Jessie Potter Betty Gregory Sarah Belton Frances Rosen Julian K. Knipp Marian Kelly Nicholas Birlchoff Juanita Clapp Stanton Wallace Eunice Kahn Beatrice Lane Fern Thompson William K. Maxwell Wilma Busenbarlc Ruth Lapin Irma Hallen Irma Bolton Irene Ebeling Lucile Tomiskey Fredericlca Clason AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Founded, University of Illinois, 1883 Service in the advancement of the Civil Engineer- ing profexsion and the advancement of mankind F. H. Beinhauer. .. ............. President E. W. Suppiger ,.... .... S ecretary W. L. Collins .... ..... V ice-President I-I. W. Wisely ..... . . .Treasurer Suppiger Mudgett Fisher Carter Kluge Purnell Hart Cooper Prof. E. Huntington Seger Dillon Damke Walkeg Moorman Reiter Fries Norrell Chen Nieman Cofiel Perkins Seepe Smith Lindemgn Butterfield Brown Peterson Beinhauer Hall Whitaker Miller Plummer Ponzer Schnitzer Gilford Honsa Dolan Pickett Westlay Hovland Cordes Bohn Danze: Beauchamp McDaniel Stiller Clinton Wells Bobzin Cassidy Meskimen Monnier Seidel Daniels Wisely Crom Collins Shattuck Baker Hense Moore 4' Pace 5.52 -THE mio or 1929- Swartz G. Schroeder H. Schroeder Standard Gain Sibbitt Wehrmann Gotsch Blixen Dorner Decker Sgibold Erickson Dunteman Striegl Krueger Young Topp Hewitt johnson Stou tm yer Fooks Hahn Lundgrcn Niednngel McClay Auld Lundy Turner Rains Woods Niell Evcrhart Peters Bahr Whalin Neal Gaston Preisel Fink Kennicott Bruns Schwarm Cheney FLORICULTLIRAL CLUB Founded, University of Illinois, I914 To advance Floriculture knowledge and interests and to promote Fellowship MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Harold G. Auld T. Topp G. Everhart L. H. Thaisen H. H. Blixen C. E. Hewitt K. G. Fooks W. F. West Geo. L. Hockenyos R. A. Hyatt F. M. Gaston E. G. Woods M. C. Lundy A. T. McClay J. Paul Sibbitt F. R. Striegl T. R. Standard V. T. Stoutmyer A. L. Whalin F. P. Erickson M. J. Ingeman M. A. Loomis 1. A. Lundgren H. B. Schroeder J. Schroeder H. Wehrmann J. H. Young A. D. Niednagel J. G. Gill H. R. Griffith 1. I. Johnson W. J. McMullen E. Neal A. J. Neill R. Rains E. R. Schwarm H. Bahr P. R. Bruns O. G. Fielden J. E. Gain W. W. Grimmer H. C. Krueger W. G. Peters H. Kennicott, Jr. M. C. Fink A. M. Cheney F. W. Seibold K. Preisel H. E. Gotsch O. F. Dunteman T. M. Swartz M. Turner C. J. Hahn Founded, University of Illinois To promote in literary work and to further spirit of fellowship among girls at Illinois MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Elrena Seicler . . ........ President Esther Wagner, , . -4'- 50073477 Helen Tobias ,.,,..,,.,.........,..... Vice-President Thyra Kanter ............ ------.--..--f.. T 724514767 Reeder Young Northrup Lcird Bernstein Fradin Barrett Sattenstein Gillen Duvall Gill Ward Suronovic Cafe, Schmidt Ficker Hoflerbert Wagner Foster Storner Robertson Alkire B005 Scider Tobias Schuman Sattenstcin Keavin MSD PAGE 553 -THE mio or 1929. Y Lehman Touzalin Gilroy Brune Weidman Van Sands Western Ketchum Stivcn Caldwell Goodell Jefferson Filbcy Milliken Klintz Hatcher Jeter McGrew Roberts Dillon Speer Snowhill Tress Stutson Miller Buswell Bott Leininger Schultz Newbill Domlcc Cornick Solon Ogden Pope Golden ILLIOLA LITERARY SOCIETY Founded, University of Illinois, 1903 To further interests of university Women in literary and artistic lines OFFICERS Nadine Newbill. , . .........,,. President, First Semester Betty Ketchum .... ...... P resident, Second Semester Louise Shultz .... .... V ice-President, First Semester Mary Roberts. .. ..., Vice-President, Second Semester Ruth Pretty. . . ,..... ..,..,........ S ecretary Ruth Domke .,.. . . .Treasurer AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Founded, University of Illinois, 1896 Eighty-three Student Branches J. W. Savage ..... .....,.,. P resident E. A. Slcoksberg .... .... V ice-President G. M. Kendric.. . . .,..., Secretary E. F. Schroeder. ........,................. Treasurer McNaughton Carver Mitchell Kendrick Brashaw Nichols Finkelstein Larimer' Plrr Williford Wilskc Yujuico Seefeldt Taylor MCClrthy Wilson Liettell Fowler Savage Rothe Lawler Merkel Banjamin Hangs Codner Pfeiffer Skogsberg Schroeder Kucera Emerson Ambrosius Wilson Schrum Leutwiler Madsen FE THE ILLIDOF I929 Koeller Bcrleman Pcpple Dr. Lloyd Vaile Miller Grifhn Baldridge Downey Adams Taylor Tapscott Dr. Colby Valerius Eckert Childs Lin Bennett I-IORTICULTURE CLUB Founded, University of Illinois, l906 To lend a deeper signifcance to the study of Horticulture as a science MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Henry A. Valerius Joseph E. Vaile Floyd W. Bennett Edward T. Pepple Marion A. Koeller Laurence F. Berleman Chung G. Lin L. V. Racster Lucile Hill Lloyd Doty Louise Plaster A. E. Foster B. L. Poclcett Clarence E. Adams Alfred K. Scherer Hugh K. Hale Donald W. Hamilton Luther E. Martz George C. Bates Jerome E. Vogt William H. Childs Philip S. Smith L. Warren Joseph H. Taylor Russell J. Ramsey Curt E. Eckert William A. Miller YOUNG PEOPLES CABINET-ILLINOIS DISCIPLES FDUNDATION Founded, University of Illinois, 1915 To promote student activities MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Dorothy Dearth Helen St. John Byron Freed M. Armstrong Harold Horton Ella Bivin W. P. Cortelyou Louise Cramer Princess Hill Inez Clem Hoyt McKeehan Albert H. Griffin R. Balclridge james A. Tapscort Cornell H. Eckert Herbert G. Downey One Active Chapter Ethel Gill Helen Spaulding Fred Darnell A. W. Hofer Pauline Beekman Brines Paul Dfemlhn Freed Dearrh Carlock Bennett Hofer Pickett Cortelyou Plaster Cramer Hill Spaulding Armstrong Hill Fisher 633 E592 Horton WiS28arner Gill Bivin Racscer Befkmln St. John Clem Darnell PAGE S55 THE HUG OF i929 Ko Shih Chao Lcc Ho Sun Ling Yang Chu I Yeh Chu Kwong Yuan Chen Char Wong Chow Chung Chow Kao Tu Moh Lo Lau Loc Lum Sun Chen Kuo Chan Tsung Rwan Huang Tsui Cha Chen Yu CHINESE S I UDEN I S' CLUB Founded, University of California, 1880 Established, University of Illinois, 1910 To labor for the welfare of the Chinese Republic, to advance knowledge and thought, to promote friendship and to cultivate the spirit of associated life ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SCCIETY Founded, University of Illinois, 1904 To advance the students in their profession of Electrical Engineering OFFICERS W. N. Parker ..., .,......... . ..,..., P resident J. L. Wiegreife. . . ..,. Vice-President L. H. Hull ......... . ,,.. Treasurer W. E. Haselwood ..., .... S ecrctary I. A. Rockman ...., .... L ihrarian Nicld Schrader Kurtinaitis Wright Schmid! Nelson Bennett Groff Hcrnberger Morris SIUCUYH Pate Grant Clark Swift Wodrich Perkins Stuttle Viola Hartscll Huffman Chapman WicgrcHc St. Pierre Green Hull Funkhouscr Halligan . -i- THE ILLIO OF 1929 Hull Baker Parker Culp Schmetzer Maxant Geist Moore Nieburget Davis Greenwood Arcntscn Schmidt Goulcling Guthoff Ligget: Petersen George Foran Adclhelm Lipmip Philebaum Burns Jewell Baker Breen Bingham Gehant ACCOIINTANCY CLUB Founded, University of Illinois, 1919 To stimulate interest in Accountancy as a profession. To arsist those interested in accountancy to become better acquainted OFFICERS Louis A. Schmetzer ..,. ....,....... . . , ...... Prendent William E. Adelhelm ,... . . .Secretary-Treasurer IAMESONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Founded, University of Illinois, 1912 To foster literary ideals among University Women OFFICERS Sarah Marquardt. , . ,,,,....,...,.. ,,,... P resident Ethel Eslcilson .4,,.. . . .Vice-President Mary Margaret Clark . . , .... Secretary Helen Strano ....,..,. ..., T reaxurer I . Marquardt BU1'Z0Yn9 Hurd RCYHOHS Busey Kinder N Olson Clausen Stevenson Friedman Sramm Miller Stocker Schumefbofn Clark Yuke Reeder Skora me KW! PAGE 557 ,THE ILLIG OF 1929, Founded, University of Illinois, Dr. C. Baker Mrs. V. L. Baker Ethel M. Cromwell Marjorie Lang John W. McCarty Helen M. Harrison Isabelo Aquilar Pedro S. Yujuico Edergisto Rodriguez Pedro Agor Filemon Felipe David Ambrosio Newcomer McCarty Lair Rogers Putnam Hilton Harrison Weber Baer Cromwell Lang WESLEY PLAYERS To promote the drama in Religious Education HONORARY MEMBERS Prof. Lloyd Morey Mrs. L. Morey MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Lorine L. Lair Ava Marie Ennis Lucy Hilton Joseph C. Newcomer Helen M. Putnam Irma C. Weber Vivian A. Miller Helen M. Stahl PHILIPPINE VILLINI CLUB To foster fellowship among the individual mem- bers and among other students on the campus MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Marcelino Bernardo Florencio Lucas Manuel Cruz Barnabe Dacanay Severo Galinato Emiliano Roldan Amado Wenceslao Napoleon Carbonel Gabriel Carpio Valentin A. Daclan Simmonds Grosc Ennis Miller One Active Chapter Wilbur D. Grose Della M. Rogers Leon F. Simmonds Margaret Baer Bernardino Tolentino Fulgencio Enriquez Juan Galinato Pedro A. Garcia Angela Santos Isfdro Valentin Ambrosia Daclan Aquilar Valentin Garcia C2 rlock , Dacanay Carbonel Enriquez Galinato S. Galinato FCUPC CWI W2hC2Sll0 595 'QW Santos Rodriguez Bernardo Roldan Lucas Tolentino C3l'Pi0 Roldan Roldan, Jr. GE 558 ,THE IlllO Ol 1929 Nelle Field Frances Cottrell Dorothy Butts Lecie Marsh Frances Duffy Virginia Weigel Lura Springer Bonita Busian Thelma Rose Angelene Saling Juanita Robertson Ruth Freese Rachel Weber Frances McGinnis Shantz Padclick Duffy Porter Field Ogden Grant Yeske Stiffcs Springer Marsh Sears Butts Weigel Cottrell LINNAEAN SOCIETY AND BURRILL BOTANY CLUB Founded, University of Illinois, l92l To promote interest in Botany MEMBERS IN FACULTY Homer L. Shantz, D.Sci., Ph.D. Walter B. McDougall, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Irma Sears Florence E. Ogden Louise Plaster James F. Green Clarence F. Davies Roy Byerley Donald C. Hazlett Howard Palmer Mabel S. Cole Sara Gibson E. Lowell Kammerer Helen J. Smith Gudrun O. Birger Clara M. Mann ATI-IENIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Founded for the purpose of stimulating interest in literature MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY jessica West Garnet Hauts Helen Wooley Hazel Starr Edena Miller Irva Rankin Gertrude Kober Alma Byrd Katherine O'Neil Mary Jens Francis Grant Lillian Paaslce Carmen Paddiclc Gladys E. Porter Anita C. Schluerer Carolyn Stilfes Mabel Yeske Anita Bartelmeyer Mary Trenchard Romola Pierce Ellen Schultz Lillian Rosenfeld Alice Hartenfeld Trenchard Saling West Byrd Robertson Hauts Wooley Brune I-'SB KW Pierce Kobe: O'Ncil Gfundin R0S2nf0ld Wfbfr Hartenfcld Schultz PAGE 559 -THE HUC Ol 1929 . Rhoadcs Mason Wilson Roy Crook Thumlcy Glos Kraft Howard Martindale Coble Bowen Fullerton Watson Parrish Lee Burrows Milliken Miller Lipscomb ALETHENAI LITERARY SOCIETY Yvonne Milliken Doris Miller Dorothy V. Lee Geraldine Turner Helen Robbins Elinor Crook Virginia Lipscomb Frances Fullerton Henry T. Kucera Edwin A. Maxant Dudley L. Dewey D. G. Moyer O. H. Rothe H. G. Roberts C. H. Bennett C. C. Ulrich Founded for the purpose of stimulating forensic eloquence MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Winifred Rhoacles Mary Coble Lois Baker Cecile jackson Eunice Thumley Marjorie Wilson Ruth McArthur Dixie Mason Eleanor Baker Virginia Bowen Thelma Dial Margaret Watson Betty Parrish Florence Roy Jennie Jones Vera Kraft ADELPI-IIC LITERARY SOCIETY To further profciency and originality in essay, oration, and debate MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Frances Howard Margaret Guild Susan Deuel Kathryn Burrows Helen Glos Elizabeth Martindale Josephine McCormick Esther Phares E. E. Hill S. O. Smith H. W. Scott E. L. Arkema Sidney E. Eckblaw H. C. Parker A. A. Mercey L. K. Oesterling H. C. Neill H. W. Knerr H. C. Peterson E. H. Gromer H. W. Peterson joseph Ackerman H. W. Gaulrapp H. E. Ruby E. R. Carre R. G. Benbow Gordon V. Mead King McCristal C. A. Simmons Carter M. Dewey F. Berner Rothe Simmons Parker Peterson Kucera Knerr Carr N Eckblaw Weller McCristal Ruby Mead Maxant Scott Ulrich Berner Neill Gaulrapp Ocsterling Benbow Ackerman Arkema Gromer MCICCY PAGE S60 635 E-THE HUG OF 1929 Non-is Clark Jcssec Kane Kimball Heier Marsh Myers Foster Grochowski Frei-sc Hcrnsgn Parriott Whinrey Knicp Moon Lockhart Mueller Steele Gillen Piery Founded, University of Lillian E. ,lessee Beatrice E. Foster Mabel Piety Eleanor Mangan M. Louise Claypoole Audrey Niemeyer Grace E. Lockhart Illinois- 1922 For the advancement of literary and scholastic ideals Thffc Active Chmffs MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Florence A. Mueller Suda E. Norris Dorothy S. Steele Doris E. Whinrey Elizabeth Parriott Mary E. Freese Harriet J. Myers Constance H. Moon Emily H. Kniep Marjorie Alcorn Joanna Grochowski Mary E. Kane Kathryn Kimball Jonques Herman Mary M. Clark Irma L. Kadic Edith Heier Isabel Marsh Dolores Gillen L. G. DeMotte CIRCULO ESPANCDL Founded, University of Illinois, 1912 To foster friendship and afford a place to become better acquainted with Spanish life, literature, and culture MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY La Verne Woodley Alice Ballard Kathryn Allen Vems Romberger Margaret Burns Frances Ferguson Ethel Amiclc Naomi Fleming Adelaide Bevier Ruth Gehrs Florence Perkins Margaret Giertz Ernestine Starner Alice Williams Joan Kappus Elizabeth Gregory Euclis Reisberg Isma Gravelot Frances Webber Josephine jones L. W. Norin Luis Chamy Alice Enthwhistle Eugene Argudin K. K. Keeney Evelyn Olson Frances Layman D. Lome D. M, Walker Margaret Schultz J. Phelps Genevieve Dixon Avice Perdew W. C. Wines Mildred Bowman Dorothy Sprague Gchrs Fgtz.Ge,a1d Wine, Lome Van Home Phelps G. Fitz-Gerald Miner McMillan I Perkins Gravelot Bowman FUBUSOH Allen Schultz Kerr Wechsler Burns Webber Reisberg Olson Starner AFEUGUH Woodley Liyman Romberger Marklcy Bevier I-'BB PAGE S61 THE IHIO OF IQZQE Stulginslcis Kerr Harding Caldwell Woodley Contratto Graessle Beedle Schiffer Kelley Barnes Romberger Dearth Hamilton Freese Grochowski Miller Hussey Ginsberg Moon Hill W OMAN 'S COSMOPOLI I AN CLUB Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1903 Illinois Chapter, Established 1917 To cultivate social and intellectual intercourse among women of diferent nationalities at the U. of 1.5 to promote scholarship and character among its membersg to foster the spirit of universal brotherhood Catherine Bogut Joanna Grochowslci Mary Hussey Jeannette Schiffer Dorothy Dearth Rovenia Miller Louise Schott Esther Caldwell Maria Killinger MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Norma Contratto Eleana Lopez Helen Harding Mildred Gloclkowslcis Evelyn Nelson Lucille Hill Marjorie Stocking Martha Oliver Mary Freese Gladys Barnes Constance Moon Sara Ginsberg LaVerne Woodley Harriet Myers Angela Gioconda Margaret McG1oth1in HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Founded, University of Illinois, 1902 To further friendship among the girls and to promote interest in Home Economics work OFFICERS Clara Mildred Green. . . ....,,.. President Mercedes Wittenfeld. . . Helen Larmore ..,.... ..,. V ice-President Vivian Reading ...... Elizabeth Gregory Alice Graessle Princess Hill Eva Rwan Ruth Beedle Emily Kelley Velma Romlaerger LaVerne Livezey Betty Bennett . . . . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer Shinker Kibler O'Neill Meisenbach Goold Moye ,lessen Malsbury Downey Smith Westerlund Beedle Parks Wilcox McKee Killinger Chambers Sullivan Craig Nieman Pfister Wagenseller Goold Warley Vet!!! Ganschinietz Morlock Weber Gale Ash Houts Schroeder Adams Garrison Reeder Loudenbefk Hlrrison Strubinger Peterson Harrison Clark Reading Clark Larmore Green Miller Anderson Covalt Bell Nelson PAGE 562 ,THE illlO OF I929 Mann Youngquist Seidcnglanz Baird Sovcrhill Amick Freed Jones Morrow Slepickn Worst Kamm Green Founded, University of Illinois, 1927 To promote the study of fine arts MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R, Baird R. W. Youngquist C. H. Dykema D. Johannsen Doris Kessler E. Freed Helen Slepicka L. J. Seidenglanz Kathryn Morrow Grace Kamm Sarah Worst Elizabeth Soverhill I. C. Ullrey Jennie Jones E. Mann Elizabeth Mason H. Boldt C. O. Mohr Frances M. Green CONGREGATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION To create expression of church interests in the Con- gregational students at the University of Illinois OFFICERS Horace Baker .......,.............,... ....... P resident G. Chapman Caldwell . , . . . . ..., Vice-President Lucille Wroblce ..,..... , , ......,. Secretary Frank Mynarcl ....,.. , . ....,..... Treasurer William Colby ........,...,...,..,..... Assistant Treasurer i Kessler Maron Geneva Jared Betty Crump H. W. Mumford Ethel Amick E. Mildred Foster Thelma Miller Mrs. Sullivan Smale ColbY Baker Mynard Schrader Martling McNair Peterson Gibson Luettich Westbrook Evans Howard Sqhori Hofsommer Von Gerichten Schroeder wllcox MOFBIH Wf05k2 Wibel Webb Sears Wilsons Cherrington Kadic E. Von Gerlchten Hampel Miller Pritchard E. Schroeder Scholl Olson A M E E "h a E P.-ics 563 -THE llllO OF 1929 Peterson Carlson Oravcc johnson Nielsen Potthoff Feclder Nickolson Lunclgren Bibow Seimers Beil Krieger Whittcnbcrg Weber LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION To maintain a social and religious center and to strengthen and encourage each other in Christian faith and in loyalty to the church STUDENT COUNCIL Anna Weber. . . ....... President Marie Seimers .... ..... S ecretary Marie Lunclgren ..... Vice-President R, F. Niclcolson . . .,... Treasurer MEMBERS Myrtle Johnson Louise Fager W. C. Wenninger L. E. Whittenberg J. A. Oravec R. M. Peterson Freda Ray Krieger G. V. Carlson P. E. Nielsen Ruth Feddcr N. E. Bibow Founded, University of Illinois, 1912 I One Active Chapter Wilbur R. Appleman Niles H. Barnard Norman H. Davis Augustus C. Durdin Maurice G. MacLeod Herschel B. Martin Olin W. Munger H. W. Oerman Percy N. Simmons To serve as a social and educational bond between members of the Railway Department MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ray H. Timmons Robert I-I. Tull W. C. MacNaughton Ya-Tung Ho E. F. Bogart Peter T. Chullcoff Robert E. Clevenstine Kenneth T. Greenlee Iu Hau Kwong Y. C. Yeh John W. De Wolf Samuel H. Bergstrom John M. Michniuk Wm. P. Lipscomb Wallace J. Miller Benjamin C. Seal Paul C. Traub Y. C. Shih D. J. Royse J. E. Sturdevant Stuart D. Park Wm. J. Wilkins G. H. Reynolds Pedro A. Agor Rollin K. Snethen Ellis Danner Marion W. Woodruff G. W. Barry Granville Sands Crawford E. Staples Lucius P. Yale, Jr. H. S. Fullenwider john S. Ingles W. W. Pinkerton Ray H. Timmons Tuthill Barnard Martin Oerman Barry Chulkoff Young Schrader Michniuk Miller Tull King Mungcr Fullenwider Sands Kwong Greenlee Macleod Appleman MacNaughton Durclin Davis Timmons Simmons Traub Yeh Pinkerton Danner Ingles 4' PAGE 564 THE mio of 1929- Wagner Cornick Roy Moore Meyers Marquarclt Sutin Alexander Lnmct Seidcr Krueger Steele Nvwbill .lcffr Lockhart Solon Rice Wachter INTER-LITERARY COUNCIL To consolidate the interests of the literary societies at the University of Illinois Ruth Jeter ....,. Carolyn Rice .... Forbes Alexander. . . Esther Wagner. . Elrena Seicler .... OFFICERS . ..,..... President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . . . ,Corresponding Secretary Program Chairman DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN To further the knowledge of German life, literature, and language MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY G. H. Kuhlman Edwin A. Maxam: Helen Brune FRY S- C0mel' Elma Brock Ethel D. Johnston Edward Muhs Raymond L. Krueger G, C, Kerrglkamp Louise W. Hofferbert Esther V. Gerholcl Helen L- Fifkel' Myra Bauer Barbara J. Stiegemeyer Virginia Wildi Norma M. Netzow Erna B. Moehl Mary E. Sheldon V. Hofsommer Alma A. Nieman H. B. Wissmann C. C. Buhsmann M. Schroeder Vera Kraft L. E. Stiegemeyer L. Whirrenberg R. F. Cox H. G. Dienner E. B. Weber Reve Brakensiek L. S. Fischer G. Bertelsman Arnold Lipper: Ruth Curtis Wissmann Kcttelkamp Weber . planner COYTWF MHXHHE Krueger Buhsmzln Lippert Fischer Bertelsman Wlldl Schroeder Hofsommcr Whitrcnberg Cox Sheldon Hoifcrbert Gerhold Nieman K fr Bauer QE EW Moehl Brock Netzow ra PAGE 565 jHE IIIIG OI I929 ,Ihr , I, M '-f f I III-' I""::If'IIIIiIIzaII IIimlm' 'Imp WI' III, 'I II Il II-,... I" II'1fII""I , . ,. IIIIIIIIIIIIH , N , I , I , gl Iwi-Is! ir' In If I 'VIII N ..., . , I 1 , I, , ,I ,AI In I ll"iIIIII'm! 'IIIIII-I IILIII- III.:III---I' I '.IIIII,III ,IIIII1IzIIIIIIIIIIIII'IiI'ff'IIIi'I.: ! I I II,,'II'IIIIIIIlI,, I - II'7n I I I wll. ,' I I II '4 , I fl 'IH I., up :Il 'I . 'II ' I . 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I:' I'-II I 'I '.'l,,.v',I1 , ' 4' ,' N1::g,fI3Tyl IMI I II IHIII' 1',' I , ' , I,II,!I"',IIII1' - III: I ' IlImIIaI2,gfIIIInII IWIIIIIHIIII.I I ,Z IIIIIIIII -52,2 II I,IIIIIIIIII1iI2w'ilwI.IIf-IIIIW',III I ' I aiIr:5,l'.fII J,Igg'1' "I III.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI" If ialx53H'II'I,l , ,, Q, 'IQ II "W IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIMIIWW E I I'i IH 331: IIIIIIIIIIIIIII I '..f..IlI.II1 ' I l, 'Q If M IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII PAGF S66 I III 555 I I I THE HUG OF i929 m Xlx xy HQXNX ART AND raorassm f ix X X A XX , -J THE ILLICD OF 1929 HOHQRARY ADD PROFESSIOHAL MEPMM Alpha Alpha Gamma Alpha Delta Sigma . Alpha Kappa Kappa Alpha Kappa Psi . Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Sigma Nu Alpha Tau Alpha . Alpha Zeta . . Band of X . . Beta Alpha Psi . Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Nu Kappa . Chi Epsilon . Daubers . . . Delta Mu Epsilon Delta Sigma Delta . Delta Sigma Rho Delta Theta Epsilon Dolphins . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . Gamma Alpha Chi . Gamma Epsilon Pi . Gamma Eta Gamma Gargoyle .... Illini Chamber of-Commerce . . . Iota Sigma Pi .3 . Kappa Beta Pi J. Kappa Psi .f .,- Keramos I. '. McKinley Memorial University Presbyterian ' Church .... ' i Mu Kappa Alpha . MuSan . . . NuSigmaNu I. PAGE 568 Pan Xenia . Phalanx . . . Phi Alpha Delta . Phi Alpha Lambda Phi Beta Pi . . Phi Chi . . Phi Chi Theta . Phi Delta Epsilon Phi Delta Gamma Phi Eta Sigma . Phi Mu Alpha . Phi Rho Sigma . Pi Delta Epsilon . Pi Delta Phi . Pi Mu Epsilon . Pi Tau Pi Sigma Pi Tau Sigma . Psi Omega . . Scabbard and Blade Scarab .... Shi-Ai .... Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Delta Kappa Sigma 'Delta Phi . Sigma Delta Pi . Sigma Delta Sigma Sigma Epsilon . Sigmailota Epsilon Sigma Tau . Synton . . Tau Beta Pi . Theta Tau . . Theta Sigma Phi University Landscape Architects Society EW THE ILLIQ OF I929 Founded, Lehigh University, 1885 Fifty-two Active Chapters A. C. Willard, B.S. C. C. Wiley, B.S. J. M. White, B.S. H. M. Westergaard, Ph.D. E. H. Waldo, M.S., M.E., E.E, J. Vawters, B.S., C.E. A. N. Talbot, QE., D.Sc., D.Eng. C. M. Smith, B.S. F. B. Seeley, M.S. F. E. Richart, M.S., C.E. E. A. Reid, M.S. L. H. Provine, B.S., A.E. J. A. Polson, M.E. G. W. Piclcels, B.C.E., C.E. E. B. Paine, M.S., E.E. H. F. Moore, B.S., D.Sc., M.M.E O. A. Leutwiler, B.S., M.E. L. Larson, M.S., C.E. E. F. Todd J. C. Springer R. H. Tull E. T. Wheeler R. W. World E. W. Suppiger B. K. Johnson TAII BETA PI 'l'l'I"'g Honorary Scholastic Engineering MPM ChaP"" E5"b'i5hed 1897 MEMBERS IN FACULTY E. E. King, A.B., M.C.E. M. S. Ketchum, C.E., D.Eng. C. A. Keener, M.S. W. C. Huntington, M.S., C.E. H. H. Jorclan, B.S. R. P. Hoelscher, B.S. 1. C. I-lardesty, B.S. C. W. Ham, M.E. G. C. Hamlaermeyer, B.S. G. A. Goodenough, M.E. H. E. Babbitt, M.S. N. E. Ensign, B.S. M. L. Enger, M.S., C.E. A. P. Carman, D.Sc. H. O. Croft, M.S. M. Brooks, Ph.B., M.E. W. K. Brown, B.S. M. K. Fahnestock, B.S. N. J. Alleman, B.S. R. E. Gould, B.S. C. E. Skrocler, B.S. L. D. Fetterolf, B.S. H. L. White, B.S. E. C. Clark, B.S. F. P. Hanson, B.S. J. Dolad, B.S. E. C. Schmidt, M.E. E. F. Wilsey, B.S. A. N. Jorgenson, B.S. N. D. Morgan, B.S. A. C. Callen, B.S. Hardy Cross, A.B., B.Sc., M.C.E. W. M. Wilson, M.M.E., C.E. E. C. Grafton, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY H. A. Smith W. G. Greubel M. J. Lindeman E. B. Noel H. H. Holscher G. R. Morton A. W. Howell P. F. Schwarzlose lA. P. Stiller M. Relauffoni R. G. Hart F. A. Cox .I. W. Schoeninger E. F. McDonald E. G. Young, B.S. W. E. Smith, B.S. C. Harris, B.S. A. L. Young, B.S. R. W. Shields, B.S. W. N. Espy, B.S., M.E C. L. Thompson, B.S. H. E. Schlenz, B.S. R. E. Tarpley, B.S. R. L. Moore, B.S. E. D. McKeague, B.S. J. W. Howe, B.S. R. F. Larson, B.S. L. D. Golden, B.S. A. E. Badger, B.S. A. Monack, B.S. N. Howell, B.S. E. W. Pfeiffer N. H. Barnard E. K. Emerson E. A. Sleogsberg IR. E. Berthold E. Dannet L. O. Hubbard Wheeler Holscher Howell Suppiger Danner Wocll Emerson Schwarzlose R9bU50hi Hubbard Berth old McDonald Hart Barnard Skogsbcrg Noel Schoeninger Stiller Lindeman Cox Mo,-gon Grwbel Tull Springer Pfeiffer Todd Johnson fa-X' PAGE 569 Graduate Students THE ILLIO OF I929- BETA GAMMA SIGMA Purpose is to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment along the lines of busi- ness activity among students and graduates of colleges of commerce and business administration David Kinley, Ph.D, LL.D. Charles M. Thompson, Ph.D., LL.D. Essel R. Dillavou, Ph.D. joseph Filbey, Ph.D., C.P.A. A. C. Littleton, A.M. Simon Litman, Dr. of Jur. Pub. Louis R. Huston George H. Oetting G. Ronald Nish Ralph V. Hoffman Vernon L. Phelps Thomas R. Liggett MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frederic A. Russell, Ph.D. Hiram T. Scovill, A.B. Nathan A. Weston, Ph.D. Ernest L. Bogart, Ph.D. Maurice H. Robinson, Ph.D. Louis O. Foster, MS. J. Wilbur Hansen, J.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Alfrecl F. Newlcirlc Henry C. Bear Arthur Lincicome Paul L. Wilton Everett E. Roll Curtis A. Collins Seniors Riley McClain William A. Bledsoe C. Robert Miller Paul B. Currier George Freeland Herman G. Oetting Paul D. Converse, A.lVl. French E. Wolfe, Ph.D. Laurence E. Kline, B.S. Horace M. Gray, Pl1.D. Charles L. Stewart, Ph.D Daniel Borth Earl L. Strand George B. Elliott Frank A. Weld John E. Hayes Alvin W. Kunlce Kline Hansen Freeland Hoffman Elliott Nish Wilton Strand Roll Phelps Lincicome Foster Bledsoe Oetting Weld Currier Liggett Collins Hayes Huston PAGE 570 WSW Q .THE IILIO OF l929- PI-II ALPHA DELTA 'lf' ., an J .A 9" ' 0 s VX 0 if a 'r, Q - Q5 A nv Q i . 'D N 0 Professional Law Fraterniiy MEMBERS IN FACULTY Charles H. Howard, A.B., J.D. Albert Harno, B.S., LL.D. Essel R. Dillavou, A.B., J.D. Russel H. Ewing, A.B., LL.B., A.M. William A. Britton, A.M., J.D. Laurence P. Simpson, A.B., J.D. George B. Weisiger, B.S., LL.B., J.D. George B. Lee Riley McClain Wfalter R. Brennan Stanley H. Guyer Edwin W. Jokisch August C. Caylor Rea F. Jones James L. McManus P. W. Aylward W. E. Ackerman J. L. Bond K. G. Davis C. C. Dreman W. D. Flynn MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Charles S. Buck Paul A. Ballaach Merrill H. Johnston John G. Whitaker John P. Davis John M. Thornburn Archie M. Hall C. V. Frings E. F. Herschbach W. D. Jones R. D. Kendall E. A. Krebaum A. R. Maute Seniors Juniors Freshmen A. Francis Newkirk Charles M. Hickman Albert E. Peterson Chester A. Groves Edward Collord Harold T. Halfpenny Orwin H. Pugh C. H. Miley F. A. Smith C. A. Spierh W. H. Sumpter R. F. Thiesse J. J. Tolson Samuel O. Smith Reinholdt N. Ingleson Charles E. Bliss August C. Meyer John Herschbach R. R. Hamilton Lewis L. Irwin D. F. Wiley J. C. Winkler C. J. Coash J. E. Lonergan B. LaPorte 'Miley Krebaum Jones Ackerman Coash Drcman F. Smith Caylor Bond Maute Aylward Wilpy J. Herschbach Brennan Hickman Thornburn S. Smith Frings Tolson Irwin R. Jones Balbach F. HerSChb2Ch Halfpenny .I0ki5ch Johnston BUSS GUY0' MBYUI' Ingleson Ncwkirk Pugh Spieth Lonerg,-m Davis Groves Lee Buck Peterson Winkler Flynn AN 4' PAGE 571 JHE ILLICD OF 1929, CHI EPSILGN Founded, University of Illinois, 1922 Seven Active Ch pt rs H. E. Babbirr, M.S. Hardy Cross, A.B., B.S., M.C.E. J. S. Crandell, B.S., C.E. J. J. Dolancl, B.S. John R. Blonclin R. G. Hart M. F. Lindeman N. R. Miller E. G. Pearson S. J. Schnitzer H. S. Ponzer Honorary Civil Engineering Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. C. Huntington, M.S., c.E. T. c. sheda, ses., c:.E. C. C. Wiley, B.S., c.E. M. S. Ketchem, D.Sc., C.E. F. B. Seeley, M.S. H. E. Wessman, B.S. W. G. Piclcels, B.C.E., C.E. A. N. Talbot, C.E., D.Sc., D.Eng. W. M. Wilson, M.M.E W. H. Rayner, M.S., C.E. J. Vaurers, B.S., C.E. , MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors E. W. Suppiger W. H. Wisley C. S. Coifel R. W. Peterson A. P. Stiller R. B. Plummer C. K. Moore C. E. Dillon W. R. Whitaker F. H. Beinhauer J. C. Brown W. L. Collins juniors T. J. Dolan J. Danzer J. M. Gifford I Moore Whitaker Cross Plummer P02500 ' Beinhauer Coffel Schnitzer Brown Wcssman Suppiger Danze: Collins Ponzer Dillon Peterson Blondin fa-X' PAGE S72 .THE ILLIO OF I929 Charles E. Chadsey, Ph.D., George A. Huff, B.S. Carl L. Lundgren, B.S. Cordon C. Lipe, B.S. Morris H. Sogolow, B.S. J. Craig Ruby, A.B. Harry E. Amey George H. Barnes Winsor W. Brown William R. Bunn Bruce I. Basler Kurt Beyer Dominic J. Davanzio DELTA THETA EPSILON -Q I Honorary Athletic Coaching and Physical Education Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Litt.D. George T. Stafford, B.P.E., B.S. Seward C. Staley, B.P.E., A.M. Arthur F. Smith, A.B. Edwin Manley Carlos J. Wagner, M.S. Milton M. Olander, B.S. Harry B.. DeCook, A.B. Lawrence T. Brown, A.M. Harold C. Paterson, B.S. Albert F. Brainard, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Earl A. Carlson john H. Frederick, Jr. Vaughn A. Gill George S. Dertinger Earl H. Drew Martin C. Ginie Seniors juniors John J. Keys William Y. McBurney Harold H. Minister john L. Hanson Russel A. Perry Dwight T. Stuessy Louis Kulcinski, B.S. Arnold R. Von Lehsten, B.S. Paul J.Stewart, B.S. Raymond C. Heidloff, B.P.E. Jerome J. Jordan, B.S. Vernon L. Replogle john C. Orsley William G. Ryan C. C. VanDyke Charles E. Thomas Fred H. Vesel Bunn Sogolow Tappan L. T. Brown Smith Heidloif DeCook Stewart Wagner Brainard Humphreys Orsley Conant Gipson Knapp Isom Kulcinski Huber Amey Houghton Coen Minister XV. W. Brown Cuthbert Frederick Kiss Gill McBurney WSW PAGE 573 t THE ILLICD OF 1929 Founded, University of Minnesota, I904 Kappa Chapter, Established l9l6 XC? XX 13 'flvfil' 0 Jo. Professional Engineering Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY E. E. King, A.V., M.C.E. I. M. Marshall, B.S. 0. Vawter, B O. A. Leutwiler, B.S., ME. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors C. Coffel R. B. Sawtell D O. Baker R. Hadley P. E. Seepe H Irving F. Collins H. L. Winter D Lyon P. A. Bezy W. F. Shattuck D E. Peterson S. A. Richards G. S. Heylin N R. Miller R. H. Landon Juniors C. M. Burnam W. L. Linsay A. B. Elliot N. Elliot T. J. Dolan C T. Madsen John Gilford W. L. julian L. G. Leutwiier R. E. Morrison S. D. Smith J. D. Jarvis R. Ballard .S., C.E. W. M. Wilson, M M E E. G. W. Gilford Greene H. Oerman E. P. C. H H. Braun R. Busch T. Master-son . Ryerson B. Martin M. Anderson E. Gifford Masterson Anderson Smith Julian Martin Leutwiler .llrvis Madsen Ryerson Ballard Busch Shattuck Irving Dolan J. Gifford Hadley N. Elliot Linsay A. Elliot Morrison Burnam Braun Cofiel Lyon Miller Baker Heylin Peterson Greene Collins Oerman Richards Winter R Y , , .il-l PAGE 574 -THE ILLIO Oi l929 ALPHA TAU ALPHA Founded. University of Illinois, 1921 Three Active Chapters " .'O'O'o1l'o' '1 I is rgT,5C 6 I 0 C X , Professional Agricultural Education Fralernily MEMBERS IN FACULTY Burris C. Lawson, M.S. Aretas W. Nolan, Ph.D. Carl C. Colvin, M.S. Hubert Rucker, B.S. P MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R. M. Sloman A. W. Spurling C. G. Livengood C. A. Van Doren C. R. Correll L. M. Watne K. R. Morray D. V. Evans B. F. Whitmore L. L. Kimmel G. B. Byers R. C. Kuhne G. H. Reuss A. D. Corzine E. E. Irick C. A. Bell H. R. Beason D. L. Martin Laurell L. Scranton, M.S. Edgar Booker E. L. Rich S. H. Dorsey Robert Smith R. K. Wise Sloman Van Doren Murray Kimmel Reuss Bell Spur-ling Correll Evans .BYH5 Corzine Benson Livengood Warne Whitmore Kvhne Irick Mufm Booker Rifh Dorsey Wise Smith 655 Pace 575 ,THE ILLICD Ol V929 S is S ALPHA ZETA Founded, Ohio State University, 1897 Morrow Chapter, Established 1902 Charles B. Shuman Kenneth R. Morray George R. Werner Joseph Ackerman George B. Byers ,.. -X F Honorary Agricultural Fraternity MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Lewis A. Clark Vernon T. Stoutemyer Cornelius A. Van Doren George H. Reuss Lawrence M. Null Harold K. Wilson Everret E. Iriclc Wilfred S. Myers juniors Fred G. Campbell Emmett G. Fruin Stephen S. Russell Cecil H. Farnham Earl M. Hughes Van Doren Fruin Morray Shuman Sanman Byers Stoutemyer Farnham Ackerman Wilson Cgmpbgll Wgrngg Hughes Russell Null Irick Meyers Tracy Clark Reuss PAGE 576 WSW -THE mio 091929 BAND or X Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 One Active Chapter X Honorary Commerce Fraternity MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors S. D. Jones I. E. Poehler L. M. Roecler H. C. Bear R. Reitsch W. J. Trunlcey T. F. O'Connell C. M. Fisl1 E. W. Clark E. Mcllwee R. A. Hamilton R. E. Bard C. A. Collins A. W. Lindroth E. I... Hanson N. Gundlach E. E. Dierking Juniors E. D. Zelle A. Lenz H. A. Boling W. T. Cameron F. B. Stine E. F. Dorn N. A. Glantz W. M. Willett S5110 Reitsch 0'C0f1fWll Bear Hanson Dm-n Willett Clark y , JONES Collins Cameron Ronde,- Dlefkinl Lindroth poehlel' Trunkey Himilmh Glantz Boling 4' I EW THE ILLIO OF 1929 Founded, University of Illinois, 1915 A. C. Willard, B.S. G. A. Goodenough, M.E. O. A. Leutwiler, B.S., lVl.E. V. S. Day N. J. Alleman E. E. Codner E. K. Emerson C. F. Gebharclt E. F. Schroeder M. H. Mitchell PI TAU SIGMA O Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY B. W. Benedict, B.S., NLE. C. W. Ham, M.E. J. A. Polson, M.E. H. Maclntire, B.S., R G. F. E F B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W. Shields H. Turner W. Hoglund W. Pfeilfer M. Lirrell F. Parr Graduate Students Seniors juniors R. E. Gould G. M. Kendrick I-I. F. Irving E. A. Slcogsberg J. W. Savage H. V. Beclc Alpha Chapter, Established 1915 A. P. Kratz, M.S. M.M.E. W. N. Espy, B.S. M. K. Fahnestoclc P. R. Nichols G. C. Covington R. O. Ball T. V. Sheehan Mitchell Beck Nichols Turner Codner Skogsberg Schroeder Kendrick Emerson PAGE S78 I-'SA Irving Sheehan Parr Ball Pfeiffer Hoglund Savage Gebhardt KQV THE ILLIG Oi IQZQ GAMMA ETA GAMMA w Founded, University o anne, Sveinbjorn johnson, A.M., Paul B. N. Lind Paul W. Trenkenschuh Herbert B. Lowe Brent K. Hogshead Basil H. Brune Reynolds M. Everett T. Milburn Anderson William L. Ford Silas Nelson W. Russell Arrington Harold Parker R. K. Arundale Professional Law Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY LL.B. George W. Goble, A.B., LL.B. Lloyd LeMaster, A.M., LL.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Otto Rous Joseph R. Peterson Perely T. Lupton Frank Quindry Louis A. Langille Fred F. Dremann Harry Partlow Joseph E. Serhant Charles E. Binkert Albert G. Rigge Ju niors Freshmen Edward R. Hansen Thurston R. Lundeberg George E. Drach Richard B. Lytton J. Wayne Fearno Herman C. Luse H. F. Ronin Henry Distelhorst William B. Maskee J. D. Lewis Nathan T. Elliff Willam E. Meyers Louis S. Griggins Sidney H. Dilks Edward E. Longbons William E. Swiney Harold Jaegli F. L. Petru Frank Lamb Alvin Kunke Robert Burdett Binkert Bake, Lupton PM-glow pegfu Jaegli Nelson Ronin Kunke Maskee Rigge Lewis Parker Arundale Distelhorst Ford Lamb Dremann Drach Hggsheacl Brllne Langille Arrington Dilks Serhant Swiney Anderson Longbons Burdette I-'E WSW Lytton Everett Lowe Peterson Eliff Lind Meyer Goble Griggins Lundeburg Trenkenschuh Quindry PAGE 579 ' -THE ILLIO OF i929 X Founded, Dartmouth College. 1888 Charles Davison, M.D., A.M. Edward Louis Heintz, Ph.G., M.D., LL.D. Norval Pierce, M.D. Julius Hayes Hess, M.D. Henry Eugene Irish, M.D. Robert Wood Keeton, A.B., M.S., M.D. Charles H. Phifer, M.D. John Perley Sprague, A.B., M.D. Hallard Beard, B.S., M.D. C. E. Bensema W. J. Blackard W. E. Kramer D. W. Anderson M. O. Boudry R. J. Burns, Jr. A. H. Clark M. J. Hughes R. B. Baker H. Carr ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Professional Medical Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Duane Willard Propst, A.B., B.S., M.D. John Douglas Koucky, B.S., M.D. Lindon Seed, A.B., MS., M.D. Leonard F. Weber, M.D. Frank George Murphy, B.S., M.D. Dennis R. W. Crile, B.S., M.D. Archie James Graham, B.S., M.D. Robert Ludwick Furby, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY J. A. Larson F. E. Haskins D. G. Mershow W. E. Murphy R. C. Nelson D. D. Jamison K. P. Johnston E. F. Dieterich W. W. Holleman Seniors Juniors Sopbomores Freshmen L. C. Olin K. N. Petri D. C. Ogle R. L. Paxton H. A. Rasmussen A. G. Rice J. J. Rodgers T. N. Rafferty C. H. Roloff Fifty-two Active Chapters Henry Rex Amberson, B.S., M.D. L. Wade Martin, M.D. Bennett R. Parker, B.S., M.D. Richard A. Lifvendahl, B.S., M.D. Willard Van Hazel, A.B., M.D. William Clarence Doepp, B.S., M.D. John Robert Johnson, B.S., M.D. Amos P. Bratrude, B.S., M.D. E. H. Pritchett L. F. Whittaker M. R. Weidner, Jr. J. W. Schori P. A. Staley W. W. Wynekoop R. M. Seaton A. D. Wilson Dieterich Seaton Hughes Roloff Rafferty Johnston Holleman Wilson Clark Rice Ogle Wynckoop Burns Mershow Jamison Rasmussen Rodgers Staley Whittaker Schori Weidner Nelson Murphy Boudry Paxton Anderson Larson Blackard Petri Bensema Pritchett Haskins M' .hal PAGE S80 ,THE ILLIG GF i929 Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 C. E. Chaclsey, Pl1.D., A. R. Mays, MA. s. c. Staley, AM. H. H. Braucher, B.S. R. R. Hamilton E. C. Strange W. E. Cannon C. A. Hodge Lic:.D. SIGMA DELTA SIGMA Honorary and Professional Education Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY O. F. Weber, Ph.D. L. W. Williams, A.M. J. A. Clement, Pl1.D. M. H. Sogolow, B.S. E. A. Tappan, B.S. C. Wagner, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate Students C. T. Stewart R. G. Eliman Seniors T. P. Cavins C. C. Goff juniors O. S. Orth D. Davanzlo Two Active Chapters A. F. Brainard, B.S L. Kulcinski, B.S. W. R. Kuket H. S. Young R. T. Gregg G. C. Kruse s, B.S. Kruse Davanzio Stewart Strange Clement Kulcinski Cannon G05 Ehman H0320 Orrh Kukets pm KW! PAGE 581 -THE HMO OF 1929 DOLPHINS Founded, University of Illinois, 1922 .ki Honorary Swimming Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Edwin J. Manley H. C. Paterson, B.S. Raymond F. Dvorak, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Earl A. Carlson Frederick H. Elich W. Hulton Blankley George Horner Harry L. Kinne Walter Shattuck Steven B. Adsit Clyde Coffel E. O. Blackman Juniors Harold F. Smith Harold H. Hartung Marshall R. Spies Thomas G. Brennan Frank Kapple Robert G. Moeller Harold B. Groh E. Deuss Charles H. Enochs Byrl C. Fulling Theodore Vaky I. Fosnaugh V John L. Fix F. E. Schooley Donald Brown PAGE 582 Fosnaugh Spies Kapple Enochs Blankley Moeller Schooley Brennan Kinne Manley Adsit Shattuck Elich Paterson Hartung Fulling Vaky Smith Blackman Fir Groh Carlson E454 .mi :mo 091929- Morgan Brooks, Ph.B., M.E. Hugh A. Brown, M.S., E.E. Elmer F. Heater, B.S. Charles T. Knipp, Ph.D. A. C. Baumann F. W. Brown R. E. Berthold F. A. Cox W. B. Gould G. D. Greene C. Armstrong S. M. Babcock Founded, University of Illinois, 1904 Honorary Eleclrical Engineering Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Arthur W. Hershey, B.E.E. Charles A. Keener, M.S. Abner R. Knight, M.E., E.E. Ellery B. Paine, M.S., E.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY T. D. Hartsell A. W. Howell W. W. Kuehl 1. V. Kurtinaites W. A. Mavity H. F. Moore L. R. Cook L. M. Craft Seniors ju niors K. R. Morris G. R. Morton E. B. Noel W. N. Parker V. G. Potlisch M. Rebuffoni W. H. Harszy L. O. Hubbard Ernest A. Reid, M.S., E.E. R. E. Tarpley, B.S. Edward H. Waldo, M.S., M.E., E.E. P. F. Schwarzlose H. H. Slocum J. C. Springer R. W. World M. Zaverschnick L. Y. Lacy W. I... Williams Morton Slocum COX Noel Howell Springer Harrsell Rebuffoni Politsch Williams Armstrong World Gould Babcock Parker Lacy Hubbard Harszy Kurtinll!2S Brown Kuehl Mavity Zaverschnick Craft PAGE 583 -THE HUG OF IQQQ- ........ ,f ALPHA KAI-'PA PSI .,',,,7m,,. , if" r' v' 'I I . t 4 ,A .C ld-1, .W lg-.sl Uv-1? 377 Q" " " L 1 W' P", Professional Commerce Organization to further business ideas and ideals at Illinois MEMBERS IN FACULTY fi'David Kinley, Ph.lj.,ILL.D. Laurie Kline Maurice H. Robinson, Ph.D. Charles M. Thompson, Pl1.D., LL.D. Nathan A. Weston, Pl1.D. C. Thomas . Fred A. Russell, Ph.D. Hiram T. Scovill, C.P.A., A.B. W. A. Bledsoe E. H. Greenwood G. W. Williams Frank Bueche C. H. Kloppenburg Ray Robinson H. Knoll MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduate Students L. A. Huston A. H. Vonclenbosch Seniors K. Brown K. S. Bullard J. W. Holman L. C. Wagner C. H. Ragatz S. A. Kosrakos Juniors W. D. Forsythe G. P. Freeland W. Knickerbocker E. L. Spellman Philip Booth R. Duffy Sopkomores Clarence Ganschow Wade Gustason F. M. Fleck W. J. Daib John Engbrecht A. J. Abbott W. J. Baker W. H. Stout Brown Abbott Knickerbocker Westfall Fox K0SfIll05 Robinson Duffy Holman Kloppenburg l Bueche Wagner Gustason ROUHSUH Greenwood Knoll Booth Huston Bledsoe Daib Spellman Fleck Vondenbosch Engbrecht fx M' .hd ' PAGE 584 ,THE ILLIO OF 1929 Paul A. Cushman Paul A. Ferguson Raymond J. Moudry Stephen E, Brondas Alton B. Cofer: Robert A. Ermentrout Vergil E. Heck SIGMA DELTA KAPPA 7. Professional Law Fraternity MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Michael Grabowslci Dale G. Nicholson Elmer E. Sattgast Raymond Heim Charles A. Janecelc Everett Jordan Seniors juniors Freslvm en Louis A. Lowcnstein Kenneth H. Schneiderjon Franklin F. Wingard George A. Trandel Claude D. Vaughn N. Stephanovitch Emil Seerup P. Slotnilcoff Ivan Hutchens E. L. Bernreuter Nicholson Vaughn Heim Schneiderion Trandcl Bmndas Cafe, Smgas: Ermenrmut Gflbvwiki .lvrdfm MDA QT Sccrup Ferguson Wln3"d Moudrv Cushman Lowenstein PAGE 585 --.THE IILICD OF I929 PI-II CHI in ,.. Founded, University of Vermont, 1889 Fifty-Six Active ChlPf0l'5 s, E, Brown, M.D. V. E. Emma, B.s., M.D., N. F. Fisher, M.D. F. J. Jirka, A.B., M.D. W. O. Baldridge C. A. Cywinslci G. E. DeTrana H. H. Hill P. F. Kionlca R. H. McCraclcin L. G. Balcling C. E. Clark A. P. Klomhaus H. I. Long J. G. Mearns W. H. Baer T. M. Carow L. C. Combe H. P. Dorman Ph.D. Upsilon Iota Chapter, Established 1910 Professional Medical Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY H. F. Meyer, B.S., M.D. A. Vancierlcloot, M.D. A. L, Sawyer, M.D. V. A. Ross, B.S., J. Theobald, M.D. C. O. Almquist, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors L. H. Merrill H. F. Hansen W. M. Newton D. A. Pence C. L. Pugh E. McNulty G. I. Meyer J. W. Moreland D. R. Hanley R. H. McCune R. H. Newell G. R. Ray 1. E. Reisch V. W. Ritter G. O. Schatz C. S. Scucleri juniors L. A. Neal C. P. O'Neill Soplnomores D. W. Rife Freshmen R. R. Olsen L. J. Rossiter M. C. Schell C. O. Ritch, M.D. P. M. Law, M.D. L. L. Arnold, A.M., A.B., M.D L. J. Wilhelmi, B.S., M.D. G. K. Sellers D. A. Simmons H. H. Stephens M. J. Summerville E. E. Jones C. O. Smith F. D. O'Donnell C. B. Seifert L. S. Vargino C. S. Sommer W. A. Stark C. F. Waters C. F. Wente McCune Baer Hanley Olsen Stark Wente Newell Vargino Carow Rossiter Sommer Schell Seifert Rife Long Clark Moreland Mearns Smith Meyer Balding O'Neill McNulty Neal O'Donn0ll Ray Schatz Scucleri McCrackin Pence Stephens Summerville DeTrana Sellers Baldridge Pugh Reisch Ritter Hill Newton PAGE 586 WSW Q THE ILLICD OF V929 Founded, University of Pittsburgh, 1891 E. Foley, B.s., M.D. PHI BETA PI Professional Medical Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY C. A. Hedblom, M.A., M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc. J. T. Groot, B.S., M.D. H. O. Deuss, B.S., M.D. T. G. Hays A. E. Spelman C. M. Broolcs H. J. Wing J. S. Altman J. W. Gray B. L. Robertson M. M. Montgomery R. G. McMillan M. V. Brown F. C. Harris P. V. Brinley A. Galloway A. J. Cerny F. K. Smith G. P. Dreyer, A.B., Ph.D. M. L. Blatt, M.D. F. S. Wilson, Ph.G., M.D. M. W. Prescott, B.S., M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C. A. Lauer J. R. Boyd L. S. Greenwood A. J. Mathis A. L. Mathis G. C. McGinnis B. B. Burns F. J. Twohey J. W. Stevens J. C. Felts A. F. Barnett Seniors Juniors Sophomore: Freshmen J. S. Walsh L. J. Willis W. E. Richburg R. C. Boren A. J. Toman C. W. Stuart R. H. Allison 0. L. Abbott W. E. Bartusch W. A. Nye L. L. Thelan Iota Chapter, Established 1902 F. L. Stone, M.D. W. H. Theobald, B.S., M.D. C. E. Tumiston, M.D., D.Sc. O. H. Rohrloclc, Ph.G., M.D. L. A. Richburg M. D. McPherson C. R. Summers A. F. McLaughlin R. H. Smith M. L. Ostrom W. E. Glass G. C. Kelso H. W. Eggers J. F. Merritt Theodore R. Hudson Theodore Hartley Galloway Cum., GI355 Hudson Hartley F. Smith Barnett Felrs Thclen McMillan Brown Harris Ostrom McLaughlin Merritt Stevens Abbott Nye A. Mathis H. Smith Burns Twohey Allison Kelso Bartusch Altman Gray Rube,-tson Brinleb' Mfmfgomery .l- Mlfhii McGinnis Eggers Boren Wing Br00kS Spelmnn HWS Lauer Boyd Walsh Greenwood Willis PAGE vIHE ILLIO OF V229 DELTA SIGMA DELTA Founded, University of Michigan, l882 V For the advancement of the Dental profession MEMBERS IN FACULTY Burne O. Sippy, B.S., D.D.S., M.S. Waclaw H. Kubacki, D.D.S. William I. Williams, D.D.S. Edward Krejci, D.D.S. Edward Ryan, B.S., D.D.S. Frederick B. Noyes, A.B., D.D.S., D.Sc. Donald M. Gallie, D.D.S. Frederick B. Moorehead, M.S., D.D.S., M.D. George W. Dictmar, D.D.S. Louis Schultz, D.D.S., M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senior: Harold V. Blayney Charles W. Green Harold L. Hester Henry Droba Philip J. Kartheiser George Picha Sigmund F. Bradel Juniors Maurice B. Bell George A. Marquard Earl G. Jacobson Walter A. Ringle Carl Leschofs Herbert Anderson Clarence W. Hansen William Becker Henry Langheinz Walter A. Miller Sophomore: William Gubbins ,lack Zick Floyd Hirth Mickey Gerno James B. Fitzgerald Peter Wlodlcowski Maynard I-line F resbmen Robert Reimer Allan J. Shirley Thad Bruin Norman P. johnson Henry Bigelow Herbert Weis Hugh Mead Established, University of Illinois, 1901 Thomas W. Humble, D.D.S. William B. Downs, D.D.S. Robert G. Kesel, D.D.S. Kermit F. Knudtzon, D.D.S. Harold Noyes Louis F. Tinthoff Earl D. Emery M. D. Medlin Sheldon F. Bell Stanley Whittier Mark Baldwin Elinar Holand Charles M, Buckman Edward Kramp Orlyn Gingrich Bigelow Gubbins Weis Bruin ' Mead Shirley Johnson Kramp Buckman Gerno Gingrich Fitzgerald Hirth Holand Medlin Zicl: Whittier S. Bell Baldwin Wlodkowski Hine Langheinz Anderson Jacobsen Becker Ringle Hansen Miller Knudtzon Emery M. Bell Marquard Leschof Kartheiser Braclel Noyes Green Droba Blayney Hester Tintlmff Picha s PAGE S88 .THE ILLIO OF 1929 v. T. Nylander, A.B., D.D.S. s. D. Tylman, A.B., D.D.S. J. s. Kellogg, D.D.S. E. c. Wach, Ph.G., D.D.S. Fred Bazola Wilmer Botterbush W. W. Doty Sloan I-Iedgcock George Blake George Flick Carl Anderson Herman Anderson Paul Bass Walter Fredericks Jack Gross Paul Landers S. Sakowski Ray Kindelsperger Charles Sarsown Beta Alpha Chapter, Established 1902 For the betterment of dentistry MEMBERS IN FACULTY G. F. Kolar, B.S., D.D.S. R. A. Jentzsch, D.D.S. M. E. Galvin, D.D.S. G. Matula, D.D.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Walter Karhowski jack Keppler Otto Litwiller Dayton Pearce George Kaczanowski John Klescewski Stanley Becker Thomas DeVito Melville Kalish Harold Foster Edmond Stroka Richard Scott Albert Knab Seniors Juniors Sopbomores Freshmen Bruno Petrulis Eugene Rogers Clement Shoskey Joseph Smejkal Carl Lamb Kenneth Lunak Roy Haebich John Holub William I-login john Henrick Lloyd McNabb Don Riedl Everett Walters W. Mann, D.D.S. C. F. Deatherage, D.D.S C. Young, B.S., D.D.S. William Tolar J. Van Dyke A. Brookstra W. Maddox L. Rebmann Ralph Kane Ted Weclewski Lynn Wilkinson Fred Mackh Ralph Goglin Carlyle Glessner Gilmore Nelson Philip Wyckoff james Neel I-hebich Knal-, Nelson Mackh Scott Sroka Henrick Glessner Sakowski Flick Walters Becker C. Anderson Gross Bass Duty Kane Sarsown Fredericks Kalish Kindelsperger Pcirlllis Lamb Lunak Holub Neel Kascznowski Riedl Klesccwski Wyckoff DeVito Weclewski Shoskcy Tom- Wach Hedgcock Pearce Bazola Botterbush Rogers Hogin Van Y 655 D ke H. Anderson Karbowski Smejkal Litwiller Wilkinson Goglin E524 PAGE 589 ,L THE ILLIO OF 1929- KAPPA PSI Founded, Medical College of Virginia, 1897 Chi Chapter, Established l9l0 Professional and Social Medical and Pharmaceutical Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY E. H. Wirth, Ph.C., B.S., M.S. P. D. Carpenter, Ph.G. W. B. L. E. Martin, Ph.G. H. L. Burke, Ph.G. C. M. S. H. Morrison, Ph.C., B.S., M.S. G. L. Webster, Ph.G., B.S. A. H. H. M. Emig, Pl'1.G., B.S. J. C. Ocenasek, Ph.G. J. A. Dorjahn, Ph.G. C. D. Barbee H. A. Berry A. L. Blaufuss B. B. Bowman R. R. Burns R. E. Terry, Ph.G., B.S., M.S. L. Templeton, Ph.C., B.S. A. H. Illge, Ph.C., B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C. E. Green P. W. Harding J. L. Hrdina E. M. Hurt A. A. johnson G. W. Baldridge O. Bark D. R. Barone J. A. Bernbrocl: C. L. Bordner J. B. Chiaverina F. W. johnson W. E. Bost V. A. Cole W. O. Knight R. G. Center L. R. Dry P. G. Lambesis R. C. Dodge S. G. Dunlop J. W. Pearce G. E. Johnson E. Edfors Pedersen C. F. Merdian H. Ermeling R. R. Pellage M. McCall E. FOSt2r I. Pulsucki P. W. Nieman E. N. Day, Ph.G., Pharm. M. Snow, Pl1.G., A.M. Clark, Pl'1.G., B.S. Gathercoal, Ph.G. H. L. Davis, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. L. A. Goslin C. F. Schaecle C. G. Selmer G. F. Sielfert V. C. Traub L. H. Riclcelman H. A. Sass G. L. Rumlaaugh F. M. Sawyer G. L. Scharringhausen E. F. Sobolewski A. J. Travis E. H. Walker G. A. Riendeau Walker Johnson F. Ocenasek Green Rickelman Ermeling Berry Lambesis Burns Blaufuss Dorjahn Johnson A. Travis Rumbaugh Merdian Nieman Bark Schaede Wirth Pellage Sawyer Sieffert Chiaverina Illge Terry Emig McCall Bernbrock Traub Johnson G. Center Baldriclge Foster Sass Selmer Bowman Templeton Goslin Scharringhausen Pearce Sobolewski Pedersen Bordner Harding Dry Dodge Barone Bai-bee Hrdina Burke Snow Hurt Clark Pulsucki Dunlop Cole Knight Martin Riendeau Edfors 695 Pace 590 O -THE ILLIO OF I929 Joseph C. Beck, M.D. Edgar T. Blair, M.D. Samuel J. Burrows, M.D. Henry T. Byford, A.M., M.D. Frederick Dyas, M.D. Frank B. Earle, M.D. S. M. Fahlstrom, B.S., M.D. Allen M. Bruner Edward E. Edahl R. L. Ecksttand L. M. Browning Carlos C. Craig Otto G. Klein L. M. Moore Elmer D. Gray James E. Graham Ford K. Hick S. H. Ambrose Clifford Carter Edward G. Evans S. J. Hansen Founded, University of Illinois, 1892 Professional Medical Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Eugene Gary, M.D. Walter C. Hammond, M.D. William M. Harsha, M.D. Marshall D. Hayes, M.D. Marcus H. Hobart, A.B., M.D. Robert E. Johannesen, B.S. Hugh A. McGuigan, Ph.D., M.D. Arthur R. Metz, A.B., M.D. Ernest S. Moore, Ph.B., M.D. Oscar E. Nadeau, B.S., M.D. Herbert T. Nash, B.S., M.D. Henry P. Newman, A.M., M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Herbert J. Kirchner Paul A. Koestner Irwin L. Oliver C. F. Sherrard Kenneth J. Smith Seniors Sidney MacLeod Harold M. Mortimer Juniors Fred L. Stuttle Walter W. Tobin Benjamin E. Twitchell, Jr. Sopbomores George Ingrish C. H. Metzel L. J. Murphy Howard M. Jacobs Roy L. Kenwarcl Fred O. Kuehl C. H. Kaufman Roy O. Riser Guy E. Seymour William T. Sticlcley F resbmen Harold F. Oakes Ernest D. Ponzer Arnold Ritt Doran T. Rue V. J. O'Conor, B.S., M.D. W. T. Peterson, B.S., M.D. F. E. Senear, B.S., M.D. D. A. Steele, M.D., LL.D. T. J. Sullivan, M.D. G. L. Waggoner, M.D. C. S. Williamson, M.S., M.D. Barton J. Powell L. M. T. Stillwell S. I. Twitchell K. Vinnedge L. C. Young C. P. Sullivan G. H. Vernon E. L. Strohl S. C. Thomson T. J. Wachowslci Edward Younger Rue Ponzer Kenward Thomson Younger Seymour Sullivan Ambrose Ritt Hansen Vefnon Evans Hifk Wachowski Ingrish Jacobs Kaufman Sq-nhl Kuehl Carter Oakes Gay Graham Murphy Browning Oliver Klein Tobin B.Twitchell Stuttle Stickley Metzcl Riser Young MacLeod Powell Bruner lVlOr!im9l' K00S!n2r Kirchner Stillwell Edahl Eclrstrand Adams S.Twitchell Craig WEE? Y PAGE 59 Q :THE ILLICD Oi V929 PI MU EPSILON Founded, University' of Illinois. 1924 E. j. Townsend, PhD., J. B. Shaw, D.Sc. Emil Amelorti Florence Catherwood W. W. Kriebel Helen Stemmons Eloise Bernstein Catherine Conner J. V. Kurtinaitis J. C. Springer LL.D. To promote scholarship in mathematics MEMBERS IN FACULTY H. L. Black, Pl1.D. C. F. Green, Pl1.D. R. D. Carmichael, Pl-i.D. F. C. Ogg, Pl'1.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Graduates Leonard Bristow H. R. Beveridge G. L. Edges: R. L. Krueger Florence Sutton A. T. Blomquist Cornise Denise Julia Lyons E. F. Todd Seniors R. G. Ehman E. D. Mouzon C. L. Thompson Ruth Blount J. J. Gibbons E. B. Noel R. F. Weber Twelve Active Chapters G. A. Miller, Pl1.D. H. W. Bailey, Pl'1.D Mary L. Buddelce Beatrice Hadam R. E. Norris Janet L. Weston Vera Conrad H. W. Knerr M. A. Reinhart Noel Knerr Kuehl Gibbons Norris t Ehman Shaw Weston Buddeke Sutton Krueger Reinhart Kurtinaitis Hadam Stemmons Cntherwood Denise Conrad Conner Weber PAGE 592 535 JTHE ILLID OH929- SCABBARD AND BLADE Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1904 Sixty-eight Companies "F" Company. First Regiment, Established 1909 Colonel D. Kinley Colonel Wm. T. Merry Lt. Col. S. D. Smith Dean T. A. Clark Dean C. M. Thompson Major H. E. Babbitt Major M. Kirby Major M. Magruder Major J. A. Sarratt Major W. Shumway Major R. R. Snapp Major S. G. Brady Captain I. M. Marshall Captain M. S. Goldman Honorary Military Society MEMBERS IN FACULTY Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain J. Doland H. H. Baird L. H. Collins T. S. Hamilton C. A. Palmer L. C. Parsons Captain H. B. Vaughn Captain J. S. Mallory Captain P. V. Kellog Captain R. Burney Captain H. F. Kramer Captain C. M. Innis Lieutenant B. F. Chadwick Lieutenant A. Holly MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Lieutenant E. C. Johnston Lieutenant G. S. Price Lieutenant M. F. Sullivan Lieutenant J. M. Lewis Lieutenant F. A. March Lieutenant N. W. Metcalf Raymond F. Dvorak H. E. Amey H. L. Kinne H. E. Ruby L. W. Fletcher E. G. Berling G. E. Atkinson C. W. Kraft P. E. Seepe W. D. Flynn G. W. Bunting H. O. Bercher L. A. Langille J. P. Sibbitt R. F. Goddard D. G. Butterfield G. R. Black I. R. Linnarcl C. E. Shults J. F. Green M. J. Cook E. R. Blaschke W. McConnell H. A. Smith W. W. Hall M. I. Frost R. P. Ballard C. D. McDaniel R. H. Smith J. Hrdina E. W. Gifford E. Bottomley J. L. McManus L. B. Sommer W. N. Kirby R. Z. Hickman E. W. Clark B. F. Martin C. J. Sterner P. C. Ludolph J. R. Jeffrey F. Clark C. Masterson C. W. Swartz R. McClain C. H. Kloppenburg J. S. Clark D. A. Mathews C. E. Swift A. F. Newkirk J. Newton E. E. Codner R. E. Menz S. F. Swain W. J. Niebergall H. C. Peterson W. L. Collins L. C. Meskimen H. E. Tegge D. E. Peterson R. B. Plummer R. Crabbs C. K. Moore R. H. Timmons R. D. Rudd M. L. Rossiter M. A. Dailey R. D. Moore P. B. Webb H. E. Schlenz J. E. Sebat W. F. Dueringer C. L. Mudgett E. T. Wheeler A. H. Sorenson R. P. Shanks W. English A. E. Mulvane W. R. Whitaker, Jr. P. J. Thoma A. Sheets J. K. Felts R. D. Murray D. P. Wilson P. W. Trenkenschuh C. A. Simmons E. C. Fisher N. W. Pate H. L. Winter E. Volkmann D. D. Sweney J. M. Fries B. L. Pickett W. Barr R. S. Watts O. W. Stewart G. D. Greene V. C. Pusheck E. F. Bogart G. Wolfram G. Waggener R. A. Hamilton H. A. Peeples C. C. Braun F. A. Weld E. Wax H. S. Hayward F. E. Quindry D. Buchanan T. Wensel, Jr. H. R. White C. C. Hobbs C. H. Ragatz A. L. Chladek W. E. Myer H. M. Wood L. H. Hunt W. T. Husband O. J. Rous P. A. Cushman J. R. Below M. W. Woodruff R. H. Woolsey 645 QW Pact S93 Benjamin Eisenberg -THE ILLICD OF 1929 -...... H. I. Davis, M.D. M. Lewison, M.D. E. W. Fischmann, M.D. J. Meyer, B.S., M.S., M.D. 1. Pilot, B.S., Ms., M.D. H. A, singer, B.S., M.D. S. A. Levinson, B.S., M.S., M.D. A. Bamberger, B.S., M.D. S. M. Goldberger, M.D. Abraham L. Aaronson Benjamin Braynstein Hyman J. Bursrein Irving Abrams Melvin L. Afrernow Salmon A. Koff David Mansowitz Irving Dreyer Milton W. Eisenstein Albert H. jenkins Leon Aries Charles Bloom Henry Chapman PHI DELTAy EPSILON Professional Medical Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. K. Calvin, B.S., M.D. C. Newberger, B.S., M.D. F. M. Wittelle, B.S., M.D. M. S. Wien, B.S., M.D. B. Z. Rappaport, B.S., M.D. F. L. Lederer, B.S., M.D. E. B. Freilich, M.D. S. L. Berman, B.S., M.S., M.D. M. P. Borovslcy, B.S., M.D. 1. Greengard, B.S., M.D. A. F. Lash, B.S., M.S., M.D. M. H. Streicher, B.S., M.S., M.D. M. J. Rose, B.S., M.D. M. H. Kronenberg, B.S., M.D. S. Cohen, B.S., M.S., M.D. J. M. Mora, B.S., M.D. T. P. Saltiel, B.S., M.D. G. S. Livingston, B.S., M.S., M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Morey Chapman Frank Glassman Julius Gurevitz Howard Le Vine Herman Levin Emanuel Padnos Juniors Perry Melniclc Leo F. Miller Maurice Miller Abe I. Ramenofslcy Harold A. Roth Arthur L. Shafton Ben Seid Harold E. Silverman Sophomores Earl M. Lustgarten Robert Rodin Louis W. Shabat Henry A. Siegal Louis D. Steinberg Herbert Sachs Bernard Cohen jack Edinburg Dan Feiman Philip Thorek Eugene Falstein Freshmen Rueben Klein William Schutz Louis Shapiro D. A. Willis, B.S., M.D. M. L. Parker, B.S., M.E. B. M. Levin, B.S., M.D. M. E. Fisch, B.S., M.S., M.D J. Fischer, B.S., M.D. M. T. Bolotin, B.S., M.D. A. P. Solomon, A.B., M.D. H. O. Maryan, B.S., M.D. S. L. Shapiro, B.S., M.D. Walter Reich Isadore M. Shapiro David C. Simon Fred Stone George S. Weiss Henry Wolf Noah Koenigsberg David M. Banen Manuel Taft Louis Terman Howard Zeitlin Falstein Burstcin Ramenofsky Terman Klein Taft Bloom Eisenstcin Mansowitz Afremow Eisenberg Roth L. F. Miller Melnick Shafton Feiman Seid Cohen Shabat Lustgarten Dreyer Kaplan M. Miller Sachs Banen Steinberg jenkins I ' Weiss Padnos Gurevitz Aaronson LcVine M. Chapman Braunstein PAGE 594 DSB LTHE HUC OF I929 PHI SIGMA To promote a higher standard of learning and to encourage high scholastic attainment among the freshmen men in our institutions of higher learning MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dean Thomas A. Clark, B.L., Litt.D. Dean Kendric C. Babcock, Ph.D., LL.D. Dean Fred H. Turner, A.M. Dean Charles M. Thompson, Ph.D., LL.D. Dean MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Robert Desmond Baird Myron Eugene Baker Radford Albert Barton Richard F. Becker Raymond Glen Benbow David A. Bennett Seymour Bernstein Joe Bianco Kenneth Edwin Bisshopp Jack H. Bontjes Henry Harlan Bloomer Houston Boyles Willard Boysen Kenneth W. Brown Lawrence Brugman Gordon Davidson Bryan Malcolm Caldwell John Olin Campbell De Loss Childs Howard Cobb H. C. Cole Elbert Bowman Collins Edward W. Comings Winfield Cooper Harry Edward Crull Luther Dearborn John W. De Wolf Karl C. Doc! Charles E. Dodson William Richard Donigan George Forrest Drake Matthew Drosdolf Eugene Arthur Dubin Eugene Eberhard: John Floreth Kenneth R. Ford Herbert Bernard Fried Bernard S. Friedman Clarence Ganschow Richard Garbe James Gaston Celso Gentilini Edwin Gililand Henry A. Glade Ray Glenn William E. Gobble Galen Grimma Arthur R. Groeser Chalmer A. Gross Harry Irving Grossman Richard Hahn Powel C. Hawkins Howard Cassell Heaton William R. Hildeman A. W. Hofer William Hoffman Olaf Uleen Hoy F. W. Horn , Runyon H. Irwin Wilbur H. Jackson David Jaffray George L. johnson Richard L. Johnson Herbert Raymond Johnston Walter Jolley Stanley R. Jordan Sulo Karjala Fred Daniel Kay Gus Kelling George W. Kessler John S. Kimble Irving King James Donald Knapp James D. Knox Arrin C. Knudsen Emanual J. Kominik Sidney B. Kuykendall Walter La Bell Donald Laidig Lawrence Langdon Frank Lansing J. Raymond Larson Jacob Levy Perry Lewis Birtill A.. Lloyd Vincent Logothetti Gaze Lukas Martin F. Maher Robert Manville William K. Maxwell Robert Mayer Marshall O. McMullen E. G. Mitchell Thomas Charles Moers Oliver W. Munz Paul Myers James Smith Nall Richard Oeler Maurice Behr Olenick James G. Thomas, A.B. Milton E. Olson Victor L. Opperman Louis John Perrottet Gerald I. H. Perry Frank G. Peterson David Jordan Porter Elden P. Priehe Edwin T. Reeder John T. Reynolds Verne J. Reynolds William Rose Harry G. Russell Frederick Rutherford Fred W. Salogga Carl J. Scheve Stanley G. Schoenbrod Frederick Roy Schroeder John Schroeder Earl Cooper Smith Samuel Specthrie Jerome Monroe Steiner William H. Stout George Taubeneck Willard C. Thompson Irwin C. Ullrey Marcus Van Campen Richard Vogal Harold B. Walker Lorin Warlow Charles Watts Albert Weiss T. Tarson Wiley Harry Edward Wright ME W PAGE 595 ,THE ILLIO OF V929 Helen Brehm Doris K. Miller Mary P. Crathorne Elizabeth Stutson Blanche Halper R. E. Spangler, B.S. J. M. white, Bs. E. T. Clinton W. G. Greubel R. F. Voell Buxton Jens Waggenseller Klooz Oathout Cox MacPherson Miller Stutson Golden TI-IETA SIGMA PHI Pi Chapter, Established 1917 To foster interest in journalism as a profession for women MEMBERS IN FACULTY i Roberta Loisy Josephine Pierce Helen Rand MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Margaret Klooz Martha Buxton Mary E. Jens Nadine Newbille Olive Cox Alice Oathout Iris MacPherson Karma Golden Anne Solon Katherine Waggenseller GARGOYLE Founded, University of Illinois, 1917 Honorary Arclvilectural Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. H. Provine, AE. C. E. Palmer, M.S. R. Newcomb, A.M., M.Arch MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C. C. Braun E. M. Stephens W. G. Garretson E. L. De Costed John Schmarr B. K. Johnson E. M. Searcy J. D. Jarvis D. G. Butterfield PAGE 596 De Costed Stephens Schmarr Butterfield Braun Searcy Garretson Greubel Jarvis Johnson Voell Clinton s Eli! THE ILLIO Oi i929 Lindeman Brown Stiller Whitaker Cox Morgan Troxell Rebnfloni Wheeler Theta Chapter, Established 1914 HOUOVHTJ' M. S. Ketchum, D.Sc., C.E. R. Newcomb, A.M., M.Arch. J. A. Gaif, M.S. H. H. jordan, B.S. H. J. McIntyre, B.S., M.M.E. C. A. Keener, M.S. G. A. Goodenough, M.E. A . R. Knight, M.E., M.S., E.E. F. B. Seeley, M.S. Melvin Hart Hazen Springer Armstrong Parker Danner Howell Suppinger Blondin Schocninger Pfeiffer Codner Emerson Gebhardt Branch Bcinhauer Pearson Morton Roup Noel Reed Zwermann Pinkstaff McDonald Simmons Engineering Fraternity W. T. Morrow, B.S. R. L. Brown, M.S. H. E. Babbitt, M.S. A. C. Willard, B.S. C. E. Palmer, M.S. C. K. Mathews, B.S. J. K. Tuthill, B.S., EE. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY T. Wheeler R. Roup M. Rebuffoni I. W. Schoeninger J. R. Blonclin L. O. Hubbard B. H. Melvin J. C. Springer R. H. Tull C. F. Gebhardt C. K. Moore C. Armstrong F. Beinhauer R. E. Berthold E. G. Pearson R. F. Voell H. S. Ponzer F. M. Morgan E. E. Codner E. T. Davenport W. N. Parker G. R. Morton J. E. Branch P. N. Simmons W. Gruebel R. G. Hart E. F. Schroeder E. W. Suppinger M. L. Pinkstaff C. E. Swift B. K. Johnson E. F. McDonald A. W. Howell A. P. Stiller W. V. Reed Hazen E. B. Noel C. B. Patchen E. K. Emerson J. C. Brown R. L. Troxell C. H. Zermann G. S. Peterson E. W. Pfeiffer M. F. Lindeman F. A. Cox E. Danner Founded, University of Illinois, 1920 To develop professional spirit and foster friendship 'and brotherhood among all students of Foreign Trade MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY L. L. Roux I. N. Anderson E. A. Maxant J. P. Green W. Hickman L. Perkins V. W. Bigler O. E. Zuttermeister V. R. McBroom R. C. Guyer B. D.'Fowler C, L, Huegley M. V. Bernardo C. W. Graham R. D. Moore J. H. Reininger V. L. Phelps F. Hill T. C. Char E. L. Hanson B. S. Shantz N. Wright W. Baker R. E. Cook Sanford McBro0m Phelps Bfehfens Hanson G1 sham Maxant Moore Shaun Char Fowler Blgler Anderson Bernardo Hill Roux Guyer Baker Cook HUBBUY Green Perkins Hickman Zuttermeister QE PAGE ' ,THE ILLIG OF 1929 i Randall C. Ballard Gordon T. Bennett George D. Greene Eugene P. Halligan Lynne H. Hull Maurice G. McLeod Cullen W. Parmelee Richard D. Rudd O. Hammond H. H. Holscher H. E. Primm J. J. Svec , M.S. ,Iacklin Haselwood Wright Halligan Van Dorcn Vaky Wiegreffe Schmidt Wodrich Brewster Clark Hull Ballard Founded, University of Illinois, 1926 Formed to promote cooperation and fellowship among college MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Edward B. Noel Theodore G. Vaky C. A. Van Doren John G. Waggoner Frank W. Wodrich John C. Bayles Frank T. Brewster Robert H. Clark W. E. Haselwood Norman L. Jacl-:lin Francis M. Schmidt J. Lemuel Wiegreffe Founded, University of Illinois, 1914 To advance the art of Ceramics MEMBERS IN FACULTY radio men Ralph K. Hursh, B.S. Thomas N. McVay, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C. G. Harmon E. T. Wheeler E. F. McDonald E. J. Hazen R. R. Roup O. E. Mulvane Horace M. Wood Walter H. Wright Albert Millington Ira G. Ross john E. Volkman Enoch G. Bourne C. L. Thompson I. W. Schoeninger W. H. Henson J. A. Oravec K. W. S. Smith Henson Primm Bourne Holscher Oravec Roup Hazen Mulvane SC1'l0lniIl8ff SVCC Harmon Parmelee Wheeler McDonald Hammond PAGE 598 I-'DA THE ILLIG OF 1929 Wood Volkmann Ludolph McCullough Ballard Porter DcWolfe Merrill Schrader Hazelwood Main Waller Dueringer Woodruff Chandler Pickett Hillemier Waggonef Schmidt Clarke Linnard Sibbitt Parsons Hutchison Swartz Langille PI TAU PI SIGMA Gamma Chapter, Established 1924 National Honorary and Professional Signal Corps Fraternity MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R. Ballard L. A. Langille J. P. Sibbitt G. F. Bennett I. R. Linnard I. C. Stoll M. E. Chandler M. M. Main J. E. Volkmann F. M. Clarke C. E. McCullough G, Waggener W. F. Dueringer B. L. Pickett W. E. Hazelwood L. W. Fletcher D. E. Porter J. K. Hillemier G. D. Greene P. Schrader R. D. Merrill J. D. Hutchison Founded, University of Illinois, 1918 Eighteen Acti Honorary Woman's Commerce Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lena Rhue, B,S, Ruth Peabody, B.S., C.P.A. Alta Gwinn Saunders, A.M., M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Frances Myers Marie Montgomery Frances Whitehead Hazel Betty Moss Cora Sims Georgia Davis H. P. Sanders F. M. Schmidt H. M. Wood M. W. Woodruff W. H. Wright J. S. Clark J. W. DeWolfe R. O. Waller ve Chapters Ruth Caldwell, B.S Rosmond M. Tracy Whiteheag MYHS Sims Caldwell Peabody Moss Montgomery - T,-My Saunders Rhuc I t 635 Pace 599 THE ILLIO OF l929 Schoonmaker Stivcn Steimley Norris Harding Roosa Moorman Thomas Kruwel Tharp Shawl Hess Bledsoe Van Tress Lyons Jones Meyer Dvorak PI-II MU ALPI-IA-SINFONIA Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 To develop tbe best and truest fraternal spirit, the mutual welfare and brotlverbood of music students, the advancement of music in Americag and loyalty to tbe Alma Mater MEMBERS IN FACULTY Raymond F. Dvorak, B.S. L. Bruce Jones Hale L. Newcomer, A.B., B.S. S. Schoonmaker, B.Mus. Donald A. Grossman, LL.B. Max T. Krone, A.B. Frank M. Lescher, B.S. Ray I. Shawl, M.S. Albert A. Harding, B.lVlus. Frederic B. Stiven, B.Mus. Walter L. Roosa, A.B. Leonard L. Steimley, Ph.D F. T. Johnson james B. Tharp, A.M. ' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Wm. A. Bledsoe J. S. Cullison G. R. Hess J. M. Kruwell R. B. Lyon M. Myer R. B. Moorman R. E. Norris E. J. Shaw C. A. Thomas L. M. VanTress DELTA MU EPSILON Founded, University of Illinois, l920 To promote and better the etbics and technique of Mining Engineering MEMBERS IN FACULTY A. C. Callen, E.M.M.S. I. M. Marshall, B.S. C. M. Smith, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY B. H. Melvin S. F. Swain G. A. Peacock W. L. Lindsay G. L. Young E. J. Bottomley Marshall Melvin Swain Callen Lindsay Peacock Young Smith , KW PACE 600 -THE ILLICD OF 1929 Anderson Rctzlaff Docblin Ittncr Murphy Allen Hartung Bliss Jones Bcath Stonbcrg Barlow Dooley Heath Koenig Scil Reno Howe Bishop SIGMA DELTA CHI Founded, University of Illinois, 1912 To promote professionalism among journalists and uplift ideals and standards of tlve profession MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. W. Murphy, M.A. F. A. Russell, Ph.D. J. F. Wright, B.A. F. D. Ball, B.A. R. R. Barlow, B.A. C. L. Allen, M.A. C. R. Anderson, M.A. V. Krannert, B.S. J. E. Baker, B.A. F. S. Siebert, B.A. R. E. Haswell, B.A. H. B. Johnston, B.A. M. S. Goldman, M.A. C. B. Davis, B.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY P. H. Gustafson J. W. Browning S. S. Howe R. J, Nowlan P. R. Beath C. W. Johnson V. L. Heath H. R. Bishop J. B. Campbell C. M. jones C. E. Bliss A. Retzlaff R. M. Dooley V. W. Ittner M. D. Serl F. E. Schooley W. W. Doeblin R. C. Reno T. W. Morrow H. Hartung J. G. Porter PI DELTA PHI Founded, University of Illinois To improve scholarship and promote an interest in the field of French language and literature HONORARY MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. M. Tobin F. J. Keilholz, B.S D. Felts, B.A. C. Stephens, B.A. F. J. Koenig F. S. Coombs R. C. Longley C. Stonberg M. Weston D. H. Carnahan, Ph.D. T. E. Oliver, Ph.D. 1. D. Fitz-Gerald, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Doris K. Miller Helen Barrett Winifred Rhodes Evelyn Cox Evelyn Borchert Frances Ferguson Frances Allen Florence Mitchell Evelyn Crofton Helen Adams Dorothy Lee Eleanor Luttrell Rhgdgs Cox Borchert Cons Fitz-Gerald Curtis Luttrell Oliver Alton Mitchell Carnahan Miller F9l'8US0n Cfcffofl Benson Adams Barrett Lee e PAGE 601 -THE ILLICD OF 1929 Foster Branch Mann Smiley Carroll St. johns Thompson Stephens Chladic Brunlcow King Johnson Recd Rapp Sanders Kammerer Berg Noble Horner Rathburn DeCosted Aikman SCARAB Founded, University of Illinois, 1909 Professional Architectural Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lemuel C. Dillenbach, A.M., A.I.A. Rodney E. Spangler, B.S. Loring H. Provine, B.S., A.E. Otto G. Schaegger, B.S. Granville Keith, B.S. LaForce L. Bailey, M.S., B.P. Rexford Newcomb, A.M., A.I.A. A. F. Hcino, B.S. Cyrus E. Palmer, M.S. Irving L. Peterson, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W. F. Aikman B. K. johnson G. Fitchner V. H. Noble J. E. Branch A. Temple A. M. Ives G. Smiley M. F. Carroll W. V. Reed M. I. Frost G. L. Horner M. R. Beclcstrom A. L. Chladic E. G. Mann W. B. Sanders R. Rathburn M. Thompson C. E. Berg E. B. Foster W. G. Garretson E. L. Kammerer L. R. St. Johns R. A. Brunlcow Frank M. Lescher, B.S. James M. White, B.S. Ralph Kloppenburg, B.S R. E. Gerhold M. G. Rapp E. L. DeCostecl A. T. Gilman D. S. King E. M. Stephens To more closely ajiliate student and faculty and to promote interest in Municipal and Sanitary Engineering MEMBERS IN FACULTY A. N. Talbot, CE., D.Sc., D.Eng. H. E. Babbitt, M.S. J. J. Doland, B.S. V. R. Fleming, B.S. M. L. Enger, M.S., C.E. A. M. Buswell, Pl1.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY W. L. Collins L. M. Marriner G. H. Turner D. Hillyer R. G. Purnell L. C. Domlce R. W. Peterson C. K. Willett W. M. Honsa E. F. Ream D. M. Emrich R. B. Plummer W. H. Wisely R. B. Moorman E. P. Williamson C. T. Muclgctt E. W. Suppigcr E. Herringer A. R. Nieman Willett Marriner Plummer Babbitt Mudge!! Peterson Collins Nieman Purnell Honsa Williamson Domlre Emrich Moorman Ream Hillyer Suppiger Wiselv Herringcr WSW l GE 602 Margaret Guild .THE ILLIO OF l929- Cantrell Wood Welch Beall Catherwood Mallatt Fritz Hampel Weber Rentschler Jones McDonald Selden Spaulding Williams MacMillen Stanton Roy Bordner Boyd Lewis Parrish Jackman Carnahan Leach Boyd Burrows Katz Miriam Beall Margaret Bordner Edna M. Boyd Maurine Boyd Kathryn Burrows Myra Canavan ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Founded, University of Illinois, l924 To encourage and reward high scholarship among the women of the freshmen classes at the University of Illinois MEMBERS IN FACULTY Maria Leonard, A.M. Cora K. Miller, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ruth Catherwood Anna L. Jackman Margaret L. Mallarc Louise T. Cummins Winifred E. Jones Susan Devel Mary A. Eads Erna Fritz Sylvia Katz Thelma B. Larch Margaret L. Leach Alberta Lewis Georgine B. McDonald Barbara L. Menges Betty Parrish Ruth Pretty Cecile B. Rentschler Helen Welch Frances M. Linquist Mary A. MacMilIen Lillian Halperin Ursula Hampel ALPHA SIGMA NII To promote Health Educationg Honorary Physical Education MEMBERS IN FACULTY Celesta E. Cantrell Margaret L. Carnahan Florence M. Roy Louise Fr-ear, M,A, Evalynn Downey, B.S. Carita Robertson, B.S. Anna Hughitt, A.B. Maria Clemans, B.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R. Blount B. Sloan R. Thompson B. Foster L. Deere C. Tanner N. Contratto M. Tucker M. Lawrence E. Nelson Henrietta Selden Helen Spaulding Gertrude Stanton Charlotte Weber Dorothy Weiler Olive I. Williams Mary S. Wood Emma Frazier, A B Elizabeth Noyes, AB D. McClure M. Windsor Windsor Contratto Lawfence BIOUHC Free' Robertson Thompson Tanner Noyes non EW! McClure Deere Sloan Frazier Nelson Foggcr PAGE 603 .THE-ILLICD OF l929- Johnson Roll Hansen Scovill Currier Wilton Sahlin Oetting Leonard Filbey Miller Liggett Founded, University of Illinois, l9l9 Hiram T. Scovill, A.B., C.P.A. Ananias C. Littleton, A.M., C.P.A. Edward Filbey, Ph.D., C.P.A. Charles F. Schlarrer, M.S., C.P.A. BETA ALPHA PSI Honorary and Professional Accounting Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Gail A. Mills, B.S. Greer G. Fullerton, M.S. Hale L. Newcomer A.B. B.S. l . All , M.S. ' ' Car E en Lloyd Morey, A.B., B.Mus., C.P.A. I-'oulf O- Foster' Ms- W. E. Karrenbroclc, A.B., M.S. Dunham Twelve Active Chapters Maurice H. Robinson, Ph.D. Essel R. Dillavou, A.B., ,l.D. Horace M. Gray, Ph.D. Louis A. Huston, B.S. Paul L. Wilton Curtis A. Collins Glenn P. Leonard Stanley J. Schrom Paul B. Currier MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY T. Reed Liggett C. Robert Miller Herman G. Oetting George H. Oetting George B. Elliott Alton F. Thomas Everett E. Roll Edward H. Peterson Lynn G. Sahlin Edward R. Johnson Arthur Abbott Frank W. Gerwig Clive F. Dunham GAMMA ALPHA CI-II Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 Honorary Women's Advertising Fraternity Kathryn Pettingill Betty Ketchum Dorothy Pope Muriel North Frances Green Leila Volberding Irene Winholtz Garnctte Houts Myrtle Fahsbender Gertrude Brown Helen Callahan Ketrhum Callahan Fahsbender Green Houts Pope Vnlberding Winholtz North Brown EW! PAGE 604 -THE HUG Oi 1929 Bglliger Parr Kessler Bartow Aldrich McCl:wc Cnthcrwood Ellis Wilson Jenson Husseman Westcrxnaii Lang Davies Robertson Cunningham Foster St. Julian IOTA SIGMA PI This organization was established to further a greater interest in Chemistry among women MEMBERS IN FACULTY Ruth I-Iellig, A,B, Hilclegarde H. Wilson, A.B. Rosalie Parr, Ph.D. Katherine M. Bolliger, A.M. Margaret M, Kessler, A,M, Beulah D, Westerman, A.lVl. Virginia Bartow, Ph.D. Ruth E. St. Julian, A.lVl. Pauline W. Robertson, A.B. Florence L. Catherwoocl, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY I B, R, MgClave F. M. Jensen B. E. Foster D. L. I-lussemnn E. Cunningham M- I-rms BETA NU KAP PA The purpose of the organization is to perfect the curricula in banking and finance, ana' to bring the students of banking into closer contact with bankers and business men MEMBERS IN FACULTY Nathan A. Westoii, Ph.D. Hale L. Newcomer, A.B., MS. Ivan Wright, Ph.D., D.Sc. John F. Bell, A,M. Maurice H. Robinson, Ph.D. Horace M- GFUY, PHD- MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Arthur Lincicome W. B. Miclcllesworth G. Ronald Nish T. C. Peffer Elmer A. Waterman Lindcomc Waterman Nish Middlesworth Buggy Robinson Newcomer 'QW PAGE 605 E THE ILLIG OF l929- Pembroke H. Brown, Ph.D. Hiram T. Scovill, A.B., C.P.A. F. M. Collins H. G. Roberts F. Berner Nine Active Chapters Herbert C. Weller, A.B. Oliver Mosher Fitz-Gerald Mead Scovill Rorhe Brown Dewey Dvorak Ekblaw Weller Whitson Berner Founded, University of Illinois, l924 To promote and foster forensic activities MEMBERS IN FACULTY Raymond F. Dvorak, B.S. Thomas E. Oliver, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY G. H. Fitz-Gerald R. B. Mitchell K. R. Morris O. H. Rothe Lish Whitson C. A. Willard W. F. Bradley C. M. Dewey S. E. Elcblaw K. W. Mosher L. K. Oesterling W. V. Reed G. V. Mead Bessie P. Iles Eleanor Mangan G. Richard Hess Lester M. Van Tress Helen Haclcemaclc L. Bruce jones Crawford A. Thomas Mu KAPPA .ALPHA To encourage scholarship and advance musical culture MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frederic B. Stiven, B.Mus., A,A.G.O. George F. Schwartz, B.Mus., A.M. Stella R. Percival, B.Mus. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Sarah Marquardt Helen Weedman Gladys Ruth Miller Lenore Linfield Frances Cassady Betty Stiven Dorothy Hall Patricia Brennan Robert Lyon Marjorie Golden Ursula Hampel Dorothy Weiler Louise Cummins Fred Bellmar Jessie Louise Porte Margaret Mallatt Maurine Hertz George Wilson Myra Canavan Dorothy Drews Milton Marcus Hall Macklin r, B.Mus Macklin Hess Thomas Schwartz Wilson jones F. B. Stiven Van Tress Marcus DYDWS Hnmpel Mangan Hackema:k E. C. Stiven Bellmar Weedman Mifquardt Liniicld Hall Golden Hertz Mallatt Potter hs L Y Y . , PAGE 606 .THE ILLIG OF IQZQ Wilsey Linnard Hansen Karch Bischman Ryerson Jordan Collins Anderson Hall Morgan Howard Hovland julian Landon Wood Todd Waishwilas Youtsey Smith PHI ALPHA LAMBDA Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 General Engineering Honorary Fraternily MEMBERS IN FACULTY Harvey H. Jordan, B.S. Russell A. Hall, M,S. Edward F. Wilsey, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R. H. Landon F. M. C0llinS K. J. Howard R. C. Youtsey H. E. Ryerson E. F. Wood E. F. Todd E. W. Waishwilas H. W. Bischman M. S. Anderson R. W. Hovland F. A. Hansen F. M. Morgan C. M. Burnam I. R. Linnard W. J. Karch W. L. Julian E. L. smith Founded, University of Missouri, 1913 Twenty-one Active Chapters Charles H. Dennis Chapter, Established 1923 Honorary Advertising Fraternity MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frederick A. Russell, Ph.D. Charles H. Fernald, B.S., M.B.A. Oscar W. Cagann, M.S. Victor L. Krannert, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY B. K. johnson S. Herinan S. Schrom A. C. White R, A, Hamilton L. A. Weinrott A. W. Lindroth K. Davis B. J. Conibear W. B. Kent F. C. Hartman G. H. Turner H. C. Partlow B. Fowler L. Cluster M. B. Aldrich R, Raymond H. G. Marshall A. E. Jenner L. I. Perkins P, Byrne W. Trunkey H. C. Peterson W. B. Butler Fernald Johnson Perkins Peterson White Partlow JYHHUI' Lindroth Schrom Hartman Davis Ham'l""n HUZIHHD Fowler Tu B tler M 1-, ll Tgunkey Conibear Aldrich mer u ars il Weinrott Cluster 695 PAGE 607 .THE ILLIO OF IQZ9 to Robinson McAdams Bruner Horneman Crissey Kleppinger Bell ALPHA ALPHA GAMMA Founded, University of Illinois, 1925 Founded for the advancement of Women in Architec- ture, Landicape Architecture and Interior Decoration MEMBERS IN FACULTY Florence B. Robinson, AB., B.S.A., Ph.B., M.L.D. Mary E. McAdams, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Florence Kleppinger Marion Crissey Eulah J. Albertson Gladys Bruner Beatrice Horneman Mary Bell Founded, University of Illinois, 1906 Formed to encourage Intercollegiate Debating MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. P. Sandford, M.A. Mary E. Whiteford, AB. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R. Everett H. G. Roberts S. Hurt E. Turnell L. R. Sutin L. Whitson Roberts Sutin Sandford Everett Hurt Whizeford Whitsvn pan EW PAGE 608 Ll time 'mo or 1929 Schaffer Kammerer Davies White Kincaid Hanson UNIVERSITY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS' SOCIETY To promote cordial relations between the 'various schools and departments of Landscape Archi- tectureg to establish and maintain a high and recognized standard of merit among its members MEMBERS IN FACULTY Joseph C. Blair, M.S., D.Sc. Karl B. Lohmann, B.S., M.L.A. Irving L. Peterson, B.S. Otto G. Schaffer, B.S. Herman B. Dorner, M.S. Stanley White, B.S., M.L.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Clarence F, Davies Harry E. Kincaid Edward L. Kammerer Phillip M. Gustafson Hodge J. Hanson KAPPA BETA PI Founded, University of Illinois, 1921 Professional Legal Sorority MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ester C. Anderson Bernita 1. Long Vaille Dry Mary Peace M. Esther Funlce Edrie Presler Irene W. Giberson Mildred Wainwright Long Gibefmn Presler Wainright page Anderson Funke Dry PAGE 609 THE ILLIO OF 1929. Gollings Fruin Smith Rose Shuman Dell Smiley Barker Ringlcr Zuttermeister Considinc H. Baker Dykema Watson Newcomer Davis Hamilton Carr Garretson Keck Heath Aclcermann King Johnson Baird Turner Jenner White Landon Jewell Founded, University of Illinois, 1918 To foster and honor college journalism MEMBERS IN FACULTY Thomas Arlcle Clarlc, B.L., Litt.D. F. H. Turner, A.M. L. W. Murphy, A.M. H. T. Scovill, A.B., C.P.A. R. R. Barlow, A.B. V. L. Krannert, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY R. H. Landon G. B. Keclc S. King O. E. Zuttermeister A. E. Jenner V. L. Heath B. K. Johnson H. Dylcema H. R. Ringler F. Gollings H. O. Watson W. R. Ward A. Hamilton E. G. Fruin C. H. Stonlaerg C. F. Gebharclt W. B. Kent K. Haclclnarth R. C. Garretson G. H. Turner J. Smiley H. A. Smith E. Baird L. W. Jewell C. A. White K. W. Carr N. E. Jones D. Consicline J. O. Newcomer K. G. Davis W. J. Baker C. B. Shuman C. Baker M. J. Rose J. T. Schaefer Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 To provide an incentive to higher scholarship 'Within the Department of Railway Engineering MEMBERS IN FACULTY Edward C. Schmidt, M.E. John K. Tutlmill, B.S., E.E. Herman J. Schrader, B.S., E.E Everett E. King, A.B., M.C.E. Everett G. Young, MS., M.E. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Percy N. Simmons Niles H. Barnard Harold W. Oerman Paul Thoma T. Kenneth Greenlee Robert H. Tull Ellsworth F. Bogart Ray H. Timmons Ellis B. Danner Paul C. Traub Herschel B. Martin Barnard Danner Martin Oerman Tull Greenlee Timmons Tuthill Simmons King Traub Schrader PAGE 610 DSE THE :mo os 1929- Hale Spellmnn R. Soukup G. W. Lowe H. O. Hale A. Haines C. H. Frederick Audrey Niemeyer Yvonne Milliken Hayes Booth Wissmnn Barnes Anderson Frederick Lowe R b Wilson Biglcr Haines Soukup Peterson Gerwig o erts SIGMA IOTA EPSILQN Founded, University of Illinois, 1927 To promote an increased and professional in- terest in the field of Industrial Management MEMBERS IN FACULTY A. G. Anderson, M.S., C.E. R. M. Barnes, MS. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY A. F. Dodge F. H. Allen G. P. Freeland W. L. Wilson F. L. Crews J. E. Hayes P. H. Booth F. M. Gerwig SIGMA DELTA PI-II To form a strong bond among the women in the Department of Speech MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Elizabeth Turnell Gervaise Kappus A. L. Roberts H. B. Wissman V. C. Bigler E. L. Spellman H. C. Peterson Ruth C. Martin Martin Niemeyer Kappus Turnell Milliken PAGE 611 ,THE HUD Ol: V929 Horner Anderson johnson King Dell Sanders Founded, University of Illinois, 1920 Founded to organize the active art students and to promote interest in artistic achievements MEMBERS IN FACULTY C. E. Bradbury, B.F.A. G. V. Davis E. J. Lake, B.S. R. Newcomb, A.lVl., M.Arch. LaForce Bailey, M.S., B.P. C. V. Donavon, B.P. E. E. Nearpass, B.P. Lorado Taft, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Walter E. Anderson Robert Murray Lish Whitson Robert Dell Don King Marguerite Heller Nadine Newbill Pierre Bezy Ruth V. johnson Robert Freeman George Horner Walter Sanders Margaret Mowry SIGMADELTA PI To hring together students of Spanish who show a high degree of interest in the Spanish language, culture, and ideas, and to set a higher standard for literary education MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss Woodruffe R. Zuppke, Ph.B. Helen Gregory Emerson Stanley Dorothy Steele John D. Fitz-Gerald, Ph.D., Litt.D. James B. Shaw, D.Sc. William S. Robertson, Ph.D. W David H. Carnahan, Ph.D. Arthur Hamilton, Ph.D. Frank L. Stevens, D.Sc., Ph.D john Van Jorne, Ph.D. Francis S. Philbrick, Ph.D., LL.B. Olav K. Lundeberg, A.lVl. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Margaret A. Burns Florence E. Perkins Evelyn Borcherdt Raymond Maxwell Margaret A. Schultz Georgia E. Davis Helen G. Ross Rachel A. Breathwit Julia M. McMillan E. Lucile Welch Ruth E. Gehrs Devorah S. Wechsler Margie Burks Gertrude E. Moeller Glen B. Miner Rosemary P. Johnson La Verne Woodley Paul E. Jacob McKendree Petty Yvonne Milliken Frances Arnold Harriett H, Kerr Lorraine Pierson Robertson Shaw Maxwell Luncleberg Carnahan Stevens Miner Fitz-Gerald Geh rs Perkins Ross Schultz Pierson Davis Moeller Petty Borcherdt Hill McMillan Milliken Woodley Burns Wechsler PAGE 612 asa EW! ,THE mio Ol 1929- Dglvig Culp Bigler Baker Rose Russel Dirrlcing Wilson Norton Garretson Kloppcnburg Moore Collins Pctru Leimbacher Perkins Abbot Twomey Baker Kline Schrom Hamilton jaw,-ll ILLINI CHAIMBUEER QRZCOMMERCE MEMBERS IN FACULTY Charles M. Thompson, Ph.D., LL.D. Lawrence E. Kline, B.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY S. Schrom G. L. Baron V. W, Bigler: F, L, Norton C. H. Davis L. W. Jewel F. M. Collins H, Knoll E. E. Dierking L. I. P0l'lCiUS W. Baker R. C. Garretson D. J. Twomey W. Russel F. L. Petru A. J. Abbot M. J. Rose D. Wilson W. Adellhelm H. C. Baker W. C. Moore R. C. Leimbacher G. C. Walker E. D. Zella K. T. Morton R. A. Hamilton C. H. Kloppenburg Beta Chapter, Established 1894 To promote good fellowxhip, and to encourage a high standard of professional medical work MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frederick Tice, M.D. Frank Chauvet, M.D. Harold D. Singer, M.B., M.D. R. D. Harrold, B.S., M.D. Nelson M. Percy, M.D. H. S. Hulbert, M.D. F. H. Falls, B.S., M.S., M.D. J. E. Fitz-Gerald, B.S., M.D. R. L. Mooclie, A.B., Ph.D. B. R. Selden, B.S., M.D. Edmund Andrews, A.B., M.D. Nagel Drew , Blanck Boswell Zalar Nash Kompare Smith Reagan Sfhlfgfl Schindler Ossman Hemphill Murphy Ritchie Margin Wnllgast Schowengerdt Swenson Brandenburger Michael PAGE 613 :THE ILLIO OF V229 Hindert Hicks Chandler Manning Suppiger Arnold Hovland Schmidt Lznnet Brigham Hutchinson Gustin Moore Bobzin Groff Seymour Czerwinski Lowenstein Seal Deobald Huston Petru Clemens Hopping Galloway Brink Wells Odell Kasten Honorary and Professional ilflilitary Fraternity Founded. University of Illinois, 1925 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C. C. W. Arnold F. M. Bobzin D. R. Brower E. C. Clemens M. E. Chandler S. S. Czerwinski K. W. Carr H. G. Dawson H. Deobald H. Ermentraut W. L. Funk G. M. Galloway D. R. Groff H. W. Gustin R. Hopping S. B. Hicks H. H. Hindert A. D. Huston R. W. Hovland 1. D. Hutchinson H. W. Kasten L. L. Lamet L. R. Lowenstein M. G. MacLeod K. P. Moore H. J. Nebeck H. E. Odell F. L. Petru F. M. Schmidt B. C. Seal A. Stewart E. W. Suppiger J. D. Tetrick A . A. Wells A. F. Weihl F. Wingart H. S. Wortman MCKINLEY MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH To guide students in the evaluation of marf: activities in the light of the fnest ideals MEMBERS IN STAFF J. W. Malone A. P. Herman Madge Stewart Sanmann MEMBERS IN STUDENT COUNCIL Elizabeth E. Nickolls Clarence Dykema Josephine Timmermann Avis Conn Benjamin C. Seal Hazel Williams William O. Kirkpatrick Norman W. Wilson Maurice Bone Alfred R. Parrish Maurine W. Baker William H. Sanders Lois G. Adams Wilbert A. Martin Sanders Wilson Herman Bone Malone Martin Kirkpatrick Seal Parrish Baker Timmermann Nickolls Adams Conn Williams Sanmann RW! PAGE 614 THE ILLIO GF 1929 Milliken Brown Connell Rue Goodman Westall Supple Livingston Steele Howard Bartholomew Cawst Armstrong Lambert Thumlcy McArthur Vaughan G. Flenlc Mengc Law Sloan Hull Haser Walls Western Hirst Leach Parrish Sawyer Leeper O'Shea Pretty Parkhill Winslow Brookings Powell Reid Elliott Filbey Cummins lVlacl.arcn Saxon Herman Telford Bordncr Gilroy Bresec Kelly Osborne Farrell Sorenson SI-II-AI Founded, University of Illinois, 1907 To promote and foster good feeling between the different sororities PHI CI-II TI-IETA Founded, University of Illinois, 1927 To promote the interests of the girl: in the College of Commerce MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ethel Cromwell Ruth Dammers Elrena Seider jean Christie Charlotte Gasaway Pauline Wetzel Bernice Robinson Helen Tucker Garreta Schriluer Esther Adams Alice Goodmann Helen Carson Frances Whitehead Schriber Dammers Whitehead Seider Carson Tucker Robinson Adams Gasaway Crqmwgll Gooclmann Wgtzgl Ch,-isgie FSH PAGE 615 111111110 011929 1111111111111111 1 1 1 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1 I 111 11 A 11 1 '11 1 1111 I 11I1I,I11 If-1 I 1 Ig' 1111 1 I 1, 1 I"1I111-111 'J 1 . 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E932 1 , I I11 3 ,11I 1II 1 1 1II11IIIIII WI F1 I I'IIIwI II 111MIHIlf11IIII1II1111IIII1IE?I IIT I 11111111 111 1111111-1111.-111111 11 1111 11 '-1' 11111111 1 111 11111111115- 111:11111111111 1 1111111' 111111 .' 111 1 1111111111 1 1111111111111111111111111111111 11- 11111 111 M 11 1 111 1,11.i1111111I11' 1 1"111' 11' -1 1 11 1.121111 , ' 1 1- 1 .lII1.11i1111I II IIIIIIII I1IIIIIII1-1111 I11I1,,11II 1II I I II 111 1111111111 111111 1111 11 1 1 111I1I1 1111I,' 1I 11' 1III11 1' II 151 1 1 111 1 1111 11m 1I11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 11 I I II 11 11 1 lI I THE HUG OF 1929 ,THE ILLIO Oi I929a ' Qi, r 'UQIIIIY' -iq, '9- 'W I ,E-:".1"!n -. M it 4, -f.,,-A ..r' ' WEST LODGE EAST LODGE DINING HALL ROTUNDA PAVILION Canada's Finest and Largest Summer Hotel BIGWIN ISLAND-LAKE OF BAYS -VIA I-IUNTSVILLE, CANADA DETACHED BUILDINGS - CONCRETE AND STONE CONSTRUCTION - FIREPROOF ACCOMMODATION - 500 G U ES TS AN INSTITUTION - Where your every requirement is anticipated and every desire satisfied, Where, additional to the always-looked-for conveniences and comforts, you will experience a kindly attention and thoughtful service, rendered by an unusually intelligent and courteous staff whose standard is in keeping with the high motives that made Bigwin Inn possible. Where the same good attention prevails every day and, ' Where the Management talces a personal interest in your welfare, Where you cannot but realize the utmost benefits-from a health stand- point because of the great Out-of-Doors, and, Where, within one minute from the Hotel, you may have BOATING BATHING FISHING TENNIS LAWN BOWLING GOLF Ideal Location N 146 Miles North of Toronto, Canada A 4 Best Reached via Canadian National Railways Excellent Garage Accommodation at Norway Point, in connection with which Motor Launclr Service is available, direct to Bigwin Inn, and at Huntsville, from which point double daily Steamer Service is operated to Bigwin Inn and all points on the Lake of Bays. .ri Write for Booklet ia- Acldress: Manager, BIGWIN INN, Lake of Bays, via Huntsville, Ontario, Canada PAGE 618 L THE HMO OF 1929 INDEX DF ADVERTISERS Abbott Laboratories A-B Stove Company . . Acme Brick Company . . Aldrich Bc Aldrich .... American Cabinet Co., The American Gas Association American N okol Corporation Arcus Ticket Co., The . . Armstrong Bros. Tool Co. MSDCKQ Associated Military Stores, Inc. . . . B. 6: M., The . . . Besly, C. H., 61 Co. . Bigwin Inn Co., Ltd. . Bloclc Bc Kuhl Co. . Brooks Bros. . . Cable Piano Co. . . . . Carpenter, Geo. B., 6: Co. . Caterpillar Tractor Co. . Central Supply Co. . . . Commonwealth Edison Co. . Crane Co. ..... . Crofoot, Nielsen Bt Co. Cunard Steamship Co. Davis 6: Kreeger .... Dearborn Chemical Co. . Deere dt Co ...... Dixie Music House, The . DofMore Chair Co. . Engineering Agency, Inc., Ferguson Coal Company Gasthoff, Earl W., Co. . Gelvin's .... Gibson Studios, The . Groth, Adam, Co. . Harvard Co., The . The . 640 Illinois Bell Telephone Co. . . 629 . 620 Illinois Central System . . 644 . 622 Illinois Hotel Co ....... . 651 . 638 Illinois Power 8: Light Corporation . . . 630 . 633 Illinois Traction System . . . . 642 . 639 Illinois Watch Co., The . . . 625 626 Jerrems ....... . 626 . 648 Johnson, Nestor, Mfg. Co. . . 653 . 630 Keefe Bt Hamer Co. . . . . 642 633 Keith Bros. 6: Co. . . 633 . 620 Kuhn, Jos., Bt Co. . . 647 . 648 Law, R. O., Co. . . . . 623 . 618 Lytton, Henry C., 61 Sons . . -. 621 . 638 Manz Corporation, The . . 649 . 651 Mehring 8: Hanson Co. . . 646 . 653 Moser Business College . . 624 - 640 Mueller Co .......... . 629 - 652 Northwestern Terra Cotta Co., The . . 643 . 640 Oakford Bc Fahnestock ...... . 653 . 624 O'Shea Knitting Mills . . . 642 . 650 Pere Marquette Hotel . . . 622 . 645 Poole Bros., Inc. ..... . 634 . 651 Portland Cement Association . . 631 - 634 Reuter, Henry, Bc Sons . . . 645 . 626 Ritter Dental Mfg. Co. . . 632 . 627 Roper, Geo. D., Corp. . . . 645 . 629 Smith, S. K., CO. ....... . 628 - 522 Standard Gas Equipment Corporation . . 635 636 University State Bank .... E. . . 634 - 641 University Transit Co. . . . 630 - 520 Weber Stuclio . . . 635 - 638 Western Brick Co. ..... . 636 . 624 Westinghouse Elec. Bt Mfg. Co. . . 637 . 646 Whitman Bc Sons, Stephen F., Inc. . . . 648 . 646 Windermere Company, The . . . 636 E434 E . THE IILIOOFIQQQC Decomliom N for all occasions A EARL W. GASTI-IOFF Danville, Illinois CO. "Cen1ml Illinois' Larger! Outfitterf to Men, Ufomen iinil Claililrenf' You're the Architect of Your Own Appearance YOUNG MAN: You admire pretty clothes on your sweet- heart-what does she think of you? Universit St led Suits Y Y S15 to 3550 'Elie B sf M S h Adams at Fulton Peoria, Illinois. A-B Gas Ran ges Miiniifiictziveil by A-B STOVE COMPANY A BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN Claicizgo Ojfce 17.1 SO. MICHIGAN AVE. P 0 SIHE ILLIO OF I929 'itiiU'E,i1ULTHl3 Henry Clgtton 8 Sons Broadway and Fifth-Gary Orrington and Church-Evanston Marion and Lake-Oak Park State and Jackson-Chicago I 1 gn The New, 6 Times Enlarged LYTTON COLLEGE SI-IOP The Style Center for College Men HE POPULARITY of this famous Shop has increased almost as Tdecisively as it has expanded. For here are presented lirst in complete assortment the authentic style ideas in everything to wear for undergrads and younger alumni. And equally important are the economies made pos- sible by our tremendous buying power. SUITS - OVERCOATS - HATS . SHOES - SHIRTS HOSE 4 NECKWEAR -. LEATHER COATS aan EW 621 ,THEILHCDCDFIQZQKC ACME BRICK COMPANY Manufacturers of "PERSIANTEX" FACE BRICK "RYLTYLE" FLOOR AND ROOF TILE '23 See our "Tudor" Roof Tile on Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity House Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity House '23 Harris-Dillavou 8: Company CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS Distributors Plant Office Cayuga, Indiana Danville, Illinois Morin. IPIIIIIRIE MA1mQ1uimr'1r1E IPIEIOIPBIIA IIILL 11 N 011 S GFFERS unexcelled facilities for all college activities of a social nature. just far enough away to avoid campus influence, yet near enough to make the trip an enjoyable part of your affair. Magnificent banquetand ball rooms, together with unsurpassed service enable us to care for the most elaborate or most informal function. . mg. . . ' sq ' : Hrs 1 1. 4uf""""-: , ' 'f l' ' l3lH'f'el2i'illfl2'f11f-' A fer'- ' M M454 ' '..' "-'11 '5 i'1,,21,. Mi. .L il. fl, I-' ,QL 1-..,, ' 9 in , 1, , 11. , l K .II 1 1 ll I ' C! frwwh "K A i"ylr',,. 'Li lx, 1 M. f .k ' ibrjhffli t F Ml ' 5, 6 :rip grkyi M 0. I , 4 f ,,. -l' 1 . "Ha ,fn I.. pl, Mi 155 ,B gm, R 1 P ,ls ff ,ilu 'lf' I' 1' ' 5-A? ' it :VP f U 5: vi- H.. 'Wir 1 In if 1 l":!':' aj '- "" 'T "P rw l atEl0Maraaifa:ti1fis,,..1:iinf f? .Qtglu .vII3'l, n:W, F12fKq"mT. JffiiQJyjM4i , I U'-V " ' AN INTERCOLLEGIATE ALUMNI HOTEL """.?.,.l'EE MQESBETTE HEALTH IS CLOSELY RELATED TO CORRECT POSTURE Posture involves the position of the feet, the trunk and the head. Posture affects one's health, efficiency, personality, and economic value. WALK, STAND AND SIT ERECT Consider your sitting posture. Analyze your chair--its back, legs and seat. Is it fitted to you? Is it comfortable? Does it sup' port the weaker parts of your body where support is needed? Do!More Health chairs are comfortable. They are adjustable to Ht you. TRY A DOf MORE CHAIR FOR TWO WEEKS-AT OUR EXPENSE Representatives Everywhere DO! MORE CHAIR CO. 35 East Wacker Drive CHICAGO ka? Pact 622 ,THE ILLIO OF i929 j. 4, X. .iv 7 I of 'mei Ab vo ' so 2 '22 5 ,af 'aw ROBERT Q. 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BULLETIN ON REQUEST N0 Solicitors Employed PAUL MOSER, D. Ph. B., President E yvuf lwme- 116 South Michigan Avenue Moflmy CQMMQNWEAL1-H EDISON Randolph 4347 12th Floor Chicago, Illinois payments! In the Day School Girls Only are Enrolled 72 West Adams Street Chicag0 GMM B, in cora'iall y invile "Illia" readers lo vioil oar new Slaa'io.r when in Chicago. They will always fnal a warm welcome awailiny lhem. Incialenlally oar new horne, wilh ily olcl Spanish rrellinyx, is cerlainly worlh Jeeiny. The GIBSON STUDIOS Portrait Pholograplzmr 58 E. Washington St., Chicago, Ill. PAGE 624 535 ,THE ILUO OF i929 'WV -4 ,q'f7 I II-IHIIE IIIHIIIIRID IIIIIENIEIRAXTIIIDN 1JIOn the eve of the commencement exerf cises of the University of Illinois class of 1872 the first Illinois watches were produced. Therefore, two of today's dominant instituf tions, one of learning and the other a unit of industry, introduced their finished products to the world. f1IThe same forces-vision of its leaders, loyalty of its members, hard work and integrity of purpose, which brought the University of Illinois from a small college on the prairies to one of the greatest institutions of learning, have brought The Illinois Watch from a modest beginning to one of the better known manufacturers of high grade time' pieces. ill In the past flftyfsix years over five million Illinois watches have' been produced. They have been the constant companions of many Illinois students during the four, never to be forgotten, years of college life. To such students they are more than a watch, they are an integral part of their lives with which many fond memories are associated. lIllIIIe IIILILIINIUIIS WIIIXIDIIIIII Established 1870 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Illinois Watches MAKERS of me FAMOUS ILLINOIS RAILROAD WATCHES s A E551 PAGE 625 -THE ILHO GF i929 A House of Chemical Engineers SERVING INDUSTRY SINCE 1887 D83l'b0rn Water TECSYITICDY For Stationary, Locomotive and Ma' rine Boilers. Dearborn Oils and Greases For every lubrication need. Dearborn Motor Oil For all makes of cars and trucks. NO-OX-ID . For rust prevention under all condif tions. ' Dearborn Special 134 For quick cleaning of scaled equip' ment. Dearborn Cleaners In liquid and powder form. Dependable products manufactured undcr super' vision of Dearborn Laboratories and scrviccd by Dearborn Engineers Use All of Dearborn Service DEARBORN CHEMICAL COMPANY 310 South Michigan Avenue Speaking of Comfort, Now There's nothing more satisfactory than even 'temperature in the home, auto- matically maintained without the slight- est bit of labor. Especially when it is created by an agency that is clean, de- pendable, economical, guaranteed and en- dorsed by over 40,000 American families. A Utopian dream? Not at all. The new Noiseless Nokol automatic oil burner furnishes heat that lives up to all these requirements for any home or fraternity house. It achieves final perfection in heating. Automatic oil heat is the only modern method of heating-and mature judg- ment demands Noiseless Nokol, product of the oldest and soundest manufacturer. Let your dealer prove it to you, or drop us a line. AMERICAN NOKOL CORPORATION 4212 Schubert Ave., Chicago CHICAGO, 1LL1No1s NI S N CLEAN AUTOMATIC OIL. HEAT The Problem of Young Men's 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 gratif fying to see the large number of them who have grown up in the business world and who continue to buy Jerrems tailoring because they know they always get dependable quality at prices they know are right. A complete line of ready-to-wear English Topcoats We suggest an extra pair of Knickers for Sport Wear Riding Breeches-English Cricket Flannels-Shetlands RMAL'BUSINESS 71 E. MoNRoE STREET AND SPQRT CLOTHES l 140-142 s. CLARK ST. 7 N- I-A SAI-LE STREET 324 S. MICHIGAN AVENUE 225 N-WABASH AVE- PAGE 626 WSW ,mr mio or l929i. I , ,ty . ,,, fi c fwfr. 1 i5 s Q , i44,ri.,g, The Land-Looker CROSS prairies and through timber land, where' lights in new homes twinkled at dusk, trudged the land-looker of pioneer days. Back of him, in temporary quarters at a frontier settle- ment, was his family: ahead of him lay his opportunity to get a home. No soldier under Caesar, no "doughboy" under Per- shing, ever marched with a heavier burden. A long rifle, an axe, an auger, a window sash with panes in place and a huge knapsack, crammed with clothing and provisions-those were among the accoutrements of the land-looker as he pressed on into the wilderness. He sought good plow land. Finding it, he located his quarter-section, built his pre-emption shanty, and lived in it the three days necessary to establish his claim. Then, back more than a hundred miles to the frontier village and his family. Soon his emigrant wagon was on the westward trail- an ox-drawn wagon, making six miles a day. Boys trudged behind, driving milch cows and pigs. Mother sat in the front seat lulling the baby to sleep. Father strode beside the oxen, with long whip in hand, and long rilie in con- venient grasp. Stored back in the wagon, were the house- hold goods-home-made furniture, home-made bedding, home-made clothing, spinning wheels, loom and crockery. In a coop, fastened to the rear, were a half-dozen chickens. And, swung up tightly to one side of the wagon, was that symbol of civilization, chief reliance of the pioneer farmer -a John Deere plow. Days and days of slow travel, and then . . . a new home-light beamed the message of achievement across the prairie at dusk: another family was established, ready with the John Deere plow to win a prosperous farm from the wilderness. ik ill wk Thus, long ago, in the hearts of pioneers to whom a good plow meant everything, the seeds of good will for John Deere were planted-good will that extends today to John Deere equipment for practically every farming operation. J OH DEERE FARM EQ IP Leader in Qualify for Nearly a Century DE ,THE ILLIO OF l929 IGTM oovER qf the ILLIO at Smifbcmfggj on annuals this year were furnished by the S. K. SMITH COMPANY. The cover of the Beaver of Ore- gon, the cover of the Tyee of Washington, the cover of the Cornhusker of Ne- braska, tlIe cover of the Gopher of Minnesota, the cover of the Illio, the 'cov- er of the Makio of Ohio State, and there are hun- dreds of others too nu- merous to mention that are examples of the Work- ETCZBDHE most unusual covers fd manship of this organiza- tion. Every S. K. SMITH cover is specially designed for the book on which it is to appear. Every S. K. SMITH cov er is as deeply embossed as the cover on this annual. Every S. K. SMITH cover is made of a high grade of material. Send us your cover prob- lems and We shall be glad to suggest a solution to them With ,no obligation on your part. The S. K. SMITH COMPANY 448 North Iflirllr Street CI-IICAGG A ILLINOIS CREATORS AND Smirlacmfrem' OF Gooo ANNUAL eovERs Va-IW THE ILLIO OF 1929 HOW Many Steps To Your Telephone? HAVE you ever counted the number Of steps you take daily going up or down stairs or from one part of your apartment to another to use or answer your telephone? An extension telephone would save most of these steps. The cox! is small Call Our Business Office Today Y f Y ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY BE LL SYSTEM UNIVERSAL SERVICE ONE POLICY ONE SYSTEM WE HAVE BEEN SERVING and BANDSMEN since 1902 We still have our 1902 Customers llilliittllusitllltlla, 320 So. Wabash Avenue O H I C A G O 4? 57h Vital Spgts O more "One-cylinder" bathrooms! That bathroom! Look at it as your guests do. Have you faucets that tax one's strength to turn on and off? Tub and lavatory whose slow draw' ing, slow draining water invites anything but free' dom of indulgence? Do your guests Gnd an anti' quated, "onefcylinder" bathroom-in an other' wise charming house? With Mueller faucets, lixtures and httings almost any bathroom can be turned into a veritable model of beauty and convenience. And at a cost that is surprisingly low! If your bathroom isn't all you could ask, get in touch with your merchant plumber, Let him give you an estimate on Muellerizing it. Bear in mind that Mueller service includes vitre' ous ware as well as faucets and fittings for every outlet all through the building-Mwhether residen- tial or otherwise. MUELLER CO. qEsmb1ahea1s579 DECATUR, ILLINOIS Branches: New YORK, DALLAS, SAN FRANCISCO, Los ANGELES Canadian Factory: MUELLER, Limited, SARNIA ELLER Faucets and Vitreous Ware PAGE 629 ' THE HUC OF 1929 A "The electric light and power companies have performed a notable service in bringing power to every kind of mill and factory, and in adapting it to every phase of industry .... Il has enabled the worker to produce more and the employer to pay him more." JAMES J. DAVIS .l's':'-y uf Labor S 2 Engineers of '28 .' Wherever you locate in the industrial world you will Gnd ARMSTRONG Tool Holders. The Armstrong System includes Tool Holders of over one hundred modihf cations of shape and size-holders for every operation on lathe, plancr, shaper or slotter. The Armstrong System savesall forgings and most of the grinding. It is now standar ' ' ' shops. d in over 98? of the machine Catalog B-27, showing and describing the entire line of ARMSTRONG Tools, will be sent to any Illini going into shop work. Armstrong Bros. Tool Co. ILLINOIS "The Tool Holder People" - . Po m' 304 North Francisco Avenue CHICAGO, U.S.A. I PECIAL BUS T ANSPGRT TIO ' For Trips and Special Tours Deluxe Parlor Coaches Used Exclusively-Competent and Efficient Drivers-Ample Insurance Protection UNIVERSITY TRANSIT CO. 555 PAGE 630 'EW 617 EAST GREEN STREET ' A. A. CUPPV, Mgr. ' Phone 9883 - CHAMPAIGN, ILL. THE ILLIC OF 1929 ILIET RHTTER IHIIEILIP' YOU PMCIHIIIIEXNE SUCCESS F you let Ritter Equipment sup- plement your personal skill you will render professional service of the highest order to your chosen community. Through this service you will receive not only commen- surate financial reward but that great personal satisfaction which com cs only from doing a thing well. Begin your practice right with Bitter equipment and you are Well on the roac. to success. 0 Manufacturers of ' fue dental equip- ment for nearly . half a century 11 ! i pl-as iw ji Den M ' THE ILLIO OF I929 MEN AND YOUNG MEN An added touch of qkfinement is felt and observed when weafmga KEITH HAT Madeby KEITH BROTHERS 69' COMPANY Chicago, Illinois UNIFORMS OF DISTINCTION for U. S. ARMY OFFICERS America's Largest Exclusive Purveyors Uniforms, Boots, Puttees, Belts, Caps, Hats and Accouf trements for all branches of the Service. The ASSOCIATED MILITARY STORES, Inc. 6th FLOOR 320 West jackson Blvd. CHICAGO, ILL. COMPLETE CATALOGUE MAILED ON REQUEST EQUIPMENT THAT PLEASES l A 1 I' vi QBoth Dentist and Ghent American Dental Cabinets have character built into them. This means much more than the mere outside appearanceg it means sturdy conf struction, efficient designs that leave nothing to be desired, and features that are ahead of the times. Over 75' Lk of all dental cabinets now in use are American Dental Cabinets, which is a real recom' mendation. Our goods can be purchased from the dealer in combination with chair, engine, unit, and in fact a complete outht, on one contract on easy monthly payments. We will demonstrate our line in your city be' fore you graduate and hope to see every member of the senior class. I THE AMERICAN CABINET CO. Two Rivers, Wisconsin KW i PAGE 633 -THE ILLIO OF I929 GENERAL ADVERTISING PRINTING I '23 Poole Bros. Inc. Chicago ESTABLISHED 1886 DAVIS E3 KREEGER Painting and Decorating CONTRACTORS Q 6 211-213 WEST SIXTY'THIRD STREET CHICAGO Telephone-Wentworth 0723 Telephone-Wentworth 0722 0 I3 lb E 9y1YS7a,. H8 3 08 6 6 9 'F were 1 cg MPI: 'D W resources und up- to-the-minute B 'ESEIAEIEING fuoilitief qt they hunk ure here C5.5Z'pE'E2.IEEi5R reuely for your u.re. We coreiiulbf W. B. HAYES , , A CASHWR zuozte you, whether you ure uu old F' P?533EA?f?EEVER - . - JOHN L. HAYES oiepofzfor oru profpeotzoe olepofzfor, ASST. CASHIEI . to some zu uno! ruulee use of them. DIRECTORS 11 gl? KX W? R R Wow gov s ly I f MQ' 5' PAGE 634 EW!! I GTHE ILLIO 091929 GWEBERW ON JOHN STREET One of the Photographers Recommended by ' ILLIO STAFFS as a maker of .3 D- I LLI O PHOTOGRAPHS I -fm Eu Cam Cook f . S wt S Q A zz Whole Meal. , I U A S: ,x X over one burner on A Q ' if-Y Q? ' WS " i ASEPTTM A In ' A A - . 7"':'f.1 E AA A 'df-Q,-,' f i? f- . f"""'0 11' luu.onv.ou lg . the GREATER GAS RANGE grim Y fo We shall ?e glad to mail comm f,23,iz'fS?m3z,2:f5,152z,i ' ' ' V,f"' lop Cookery 7 - V X STANDARD GAS ue EQUIPMENT CGRPN No' OD 450513 1525 So. Michigan Ave. + CHICAGO, ILL. FOR SALE AT PEOPLES GAS STORES, CHICAGO KEY' PG 635 ' THE ILLIO OF 19297 FOUNDED 36 YEARS Technical Positions In ENGINEERING : ARCHITECTURAL CHEMICAL CIVIL ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL MINING also ARCHITECTURE CHEMISTRY CONTRACTING MANUFACTURING METALLURGY SALES TEACHING THE ENGINEERING AGENCY, Inc. 53 W. jackson Blvd. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS WESTERN BRICK COMPANY General Sales Ojice: Office and Factories 1604 Builders Bldg. Danville Chicago Illinois FACING BRICK COMMON BRICK HOLLOW TILE HAYDITE FEATHERWEIGHT BUILDING UN ITS Morris L. Hecker Company Champaign, Illinois Sales Representative for Champaign and Urbana o Il l ILZCCZ O' 'ga i Hw.1eQfQT'ff:!f3 Eifilqyd - i li 5534-asa! :ALUMNI L u E.. cl Tjlllllllilv 'Q .x Sta at team head u arters . :sig h ,gg Hotels Windermere have repeatedly cn' of such guests. When the Fighting Illini .iff "VIH fi joyed the patronage of outfof-town athletic come to Chicago to play, why not make 'I your residence near them? Why not stay teams-as it has always had the privilege of serving university people. The rehned atmosphere-the famous cuisine-the high standards of Windermere service appeal particularly to the good taste A at the rendezvous of your college friends? In no other way can you enjoy such ad' vantages as Hotels Windermere have to offer you. otels indermere ' 56th Street at Hyde Park Boulevard-Phone Fairfax 6000 700 feet of verandas and terraces fronting south on jackson Park. OFFICIAL HOTEL INTERCOLLEGIATE ALUMNI EXTENSION SERVICE P GE 636 asm EW TTHE ILLIG Ol? i929 .1 . . S 'Wk K, Qi 1 , h i Q 'sr . . 1 r .....1....i-.-- ---1----N . c. n. SMITH, fwl W. F. EAMES, ' Soles Engineer " N 5 CUlllYUlE11gl7lCZf A Georgia Tech. '18 ,Jn Carnegie Tcch '18 1 .1 'W K 4 . 1' da.. "U ai xy 1' ' I li W L" 1 1 1 xx ' ' ld 1 ' . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 fi- . ..-..-.. q I 1 F. L. Koucxv. 7 , 1 I 1 D. SANTINI, S010-WWW g 1 , 5 Control Engineer North Dakota, '21 1 , 1 Ohio Stage, '23 4 1 1 1 1 v 'l 1 1 1 W 1 X ! I 1 ' 1 Q 1 ' 1 f il 'I 41 3 M. S. HANCOCK, C. M. PURDY, Motor Engineer Contract Administration Illinois, '17 - Westinghouse Tech. '26 -V4 ...,f I' N H. W. WILLIAMS, - G. W. HUNTER,' ConIralEngineer C E N T E S G H 0 U S E J O B S Contract Administration Cornell, '18 Westinghouse Tcch.'27 he WorId's argest 0 el Great arhiewmentr in ezlgineering are brought about by the harmoniou: work Q' many. The illdividualiv largert opportunity rome: through the cxerrise of hi: own rreative talemf in the feldjor which he if prekiminentfy prepared. 1 Y 1 HE larger a hotel, the larger loom the difiiculties of ven- tilating itg of handling the crowds that ride its elevators. The larger, too, looms the interest of engineers in designing elec- trical equipment to meet such unprece- dented demands, of salesmen in selling it, of service engineers in installing it and keeping it in top-notch operating condition. To Westinghouse came the Hotel Stevens for Ventilating motors, for its elevator system, for the electrical equipment of its laundry. To Westinghouse come many undertakings of such kind and size-a steady stream of imagination-stirring opportu- nities to do the never-before- accomplished. All of tremen- dous interest to college men who have ambition, resource- fulness, capacityg disciplined sales and engineering minds. 1 7 7 The Hotel Stevens contains 3,000 rooms and baths. The Variable Voltage Control System used in the elevators was designed by Westinghouse. Whether you rise ten floors or only one, there are no jerks or jars. Speed is the same whether the car is emptyorwhetherifspacked. Cars automatically stop level with the Hoor--no " jockey- ing"-no "step up," or Westinghouse " step down, please. ' ' PAGE 637 CHICAGO, ILLf-1 SIDNEY, O. ,THE IILAO OF 1929s "THE STORE OF AN ENTIRE STATE" It was Htting and proper that Block Ea? Kuhl Co. should sound the keynote for 1928 . . . "The Store of an Entire State!" This store has now entered the chain de- partment ranks, exceeding far, the dream of progress of two boys, who worked from April until October, just 48 years ago, building the source from which this mighty stream of business flows. And the store opened . . . on October 12, 1879. Nearly a halffcentury rolled away. And the eyes of Peorians have watched, with pride, the growth of this small 2Offt. store, into the mighty organif LD CH QALDA ICH manufacturers efsflthletee Clothing for . Women PAGE 638 zation of today .... BLOCK KUHL COMPANY The CYQUR QSHQP ,Qcal Representatives DECATUR PEORIA ROCKFORD G 5 . Where X ij. QSM' .sv QNX X XMN i X X NQQSX Q lx U Qs uf..-n.u X I QE , -1 GEL CHAMPAIGN , matt eh Gathetfsf To Chat Awhlle anal Meet Geaa' Freenels Where the Nlceties Smart Men Appreciate Are Always Availahle VI ' CHICAGO MADISON Q viii? QTHE HUG OF i929 American Gas ssociation What it is -What it is doing or 'mari can Industry - The object of the American Gas Association is to promote more and better ways of utilizing gas, -to assist the industries of America Cand the public as a wholej in deriving to the fullest the numerous advantages inherent in gas 3 -to advance to the highest efficiency, methods of gas manu- facture, distribution and utilization, -to collect and disseminate information on these subjects. The American Gas Association was organized in 1918-and con- solidated with the American Gas Institute, and the National Com- mercial Gas Association. The membership includes 551 Gas Companies, 21 Holding Com- panies, 428 Manufacturers of gas burning appliances, and 3,444 In- dividual memberships. Its activ- ities and interests extend to every state in the Union. The sales of gas for the year 1926, officially reported to the Amer- ican Gas Association, amounted to 38 billion cubic feet more than the amount sold in 1925. This is twice the increase in 1925 over 1924-making a total increase of 40fZ, in the last five years. This phenomenal increase in the use of gas is largely due to the growing demands from indus- trial customers. The American Gas Association has recently ap- propriated half a million dollars for research work and develop- ment of the industrial gas heat- ing business. Write to the American Gas Asso- ciation for information on what gas is doing for others in your line of business. American Gas Association 420 Lexington Avenue, New York City YOU CAN D0 IT BETTER WITH GAS an EQ ,THE ILLIO OF V929 A t I ...H . Ghemical cmd Biological ffiesearch Qlln the new plant in North Chicago, located on a twelvefacre tract of land, the Abbott Laboraf tories are admirably equipped, not only for the manufacture of the highest quality medicinal chemicals, alkaloids, and active principles, but also for research on new products of chemical or biological origin. I-11 The research departments of the Abbott Lab' oratories are manned by efficient corps of scientists whose entire time is spent in original investif gative work. ill A number of val' uable new synthetic medicinals have been developed as the ref sult of these researches, which in some cases have been carried out in close cooperation with university and other laboratories. ABBOTT LABORATORIES North Chicago, Ill. ESTABLISHED 1840 Gro-B-CARPENTER as Co. Mill, Railroad and Contractor's Sup- plies, Tents and Camp Outfits, Marine Equipment Our General Supply Catalog is a 1,000f Page book of Sup' plies and Equipment for Industrial Plants of all kinds. For- warded free on ap' plication written on your letterhead. 440 North Wells St. CHICAGO The MSTOVIER99 Water Softener C359 What u difference Soft Water maker! and how amy it if to have it in your home! A Stover One-Valve Water Softener takes up but a little room in your basement, and gives you water much softer and cleaner than cistern water. "Stover" Softeners we sell through the Plumber Central Supply Co. 210 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. PAGE 640 ET I-'55 - K5 jHE ILLIO OP V929 Chicagds Largest and Most Modern Coal Yard 4, b ...., ,, - , ., V, A - l Distributers of Faultless Fuel FERGUSON COAL COMPANY Main Omce and Yards: 3443-3457 Addison Street CHICAGO T lephones: JUNIPER 77 3 L. W. FERGUSON P d s CIHE ILLIO OF H9297 BI LLIARD TAB LES New and Rehnished NJ A Supplies-Repairing Special Ojjfeer to Fmteifiiities KEEEE E99 HAMER CO. 17 North Wabash Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. 4 -'I I aiimiiiiwi Ililiiiigwi 4 Q ..- 4 I ..1- .L - . U' 4 ,QQ 7115 fe - 'D ,..1 .- JJN 4 E , N I 'J A f S You will enjoy the same fast, O 0 frequent train service via Illi- nois Traction in business or Umefimi b comin- ,S J ix Ajel ago T kit-iii Athletic Knitted Marg For Every Sport EQUIPMENT EOR VARSITY and INTRAMURAL TEAMS O'Shea Knitting Mills 2414 North Sacramento Ave. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS QR :THE ILLICD OI V929 I I. i fy V' 't ' Ill IIIFIIII IIIII IIII-llll I Q Hill llIlllll"' I 'V , 'I If 'xo' '- o- u Av: fb" 1' 'U V' ' U Ju 7" '10 rn- w Q 1' -Q11 I ' If Y N It - W fl I- if ' 'Ya It s I I :Lag sz. I ' - If pf ii..." AlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllll Illllh. K y I I I I 'I ' ,'I I ' I ISI E Illll ' I If 'I I I I II I' ' I HE year 1867 marked the I gllrll lng I 'I . I I I' ty I I, I: my I I foundinguof two great Central y S IIHII II Westerngflinstitutions-the Q l I I . X University Of Illinois and the North- I EI M I Q 'It western Terra Cotta Company. One I 13 S I 'I II I4 III has contributed to the intellectual I II I: Il III wealth of the nation, the other to the . ' I :I :IH X , beauty of its architecture. 'In terra I I I I. X H R I .I II, 'I :I I cotta alone are the grace of form and g E! I I v 2 I I ll II ' II the glow of color combined in one 1 5 I ' I :III y building material. The dignity and I I I I II I I lastin freshness Northwestern Terra ,I 'II I , II g A xi I I I I I Cotta lends to buildings are distin- 5 ,IIT I , 2 I I I, I I guishing features of some of America's I S I 2 f II ' finest skyscrapers, smaller commercial I I I I V I I I II I I structures, churches, colleges, and 3 I I ' : ' . I ,I 5: ' I public buildings. II Il I NU I ' I 7 I I III'I I 9 II I If II I I , 7HE . I I II: I NOIKTH ESTERN 5 in I I' I I. 'TERRA C0'T'7'A ' 'I wt ,I ,i I COMPANY I 1' I W rf I l 'II DENVER - CHICAGO - ST.LOUIS I -If II I ll il :. S I I if ai- s W I QW IUTIVIIVUIVIIVIIC t I f I .1 Qi D T?RO4:f,? 'ga' 'o- 4169- 'Q tg- -- oz: 'q'+' 'f N I wit A -N 712 - L5v.'4o74f'o 9,61 -'Q x Vp' ' xv. a X 1 F 'lTf""7 I, leafs If X zz X' A, .llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL. I WSW PA G ,THE HUG OF V929 Between fx Clncago and t LOUIS V Equipment includes the famous Library Lounge car on O O o 4 All-Steel Trains-Luxury, Safety, Convenience the Daylight Spec1a1,the De Luxe Salon Buffet car on the Diamond Special, observation drawing-room parlor cars, open-section drawing-room sleeping cars and chair cars. Daylight Special-Popular 6Vz hourtrain. Leave Chicago 11:45 a. m. Arrive Spring- field 3:44 p. m., St. Louis 6:15 p. m. .TUW"'!U7!f!'H"N'K.'w Pxc1c64+ Diamond Special-Non-stop De Luxe train. Leave Chicago 11:55 p. m. Arrive St. Louis 7:28 a. rn. St. Louis Special-Leave Chicago 4?:00 a. m. Arrive Springfield 2:05 p. m., St. Louis 5:03 p.m. An added convenience -passengers may board or leave train at Chicago Terminal Stations, 53rd Street and 63rd Street. I. V. LANICAN Passenger Traffic Manager Illinois Central Railroad S02 Central Station Chicago. Illinois 1 1 a 1 fflzhoz' Czlfllllfdf THE ROAD OF TRAVEL LUXUPZX V 1. , ' ua- L 5 r a a gTHE IILAO DF i929 HENRY REUTER SL SONS Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors A Contracts Taken Anywhere Estimates Furnished 151f159 S. West Ave. ARTIST AND DRAWING MATERIALS BLUE PRINTERS Blue Printing, Black Printing, Blue Line and Color Printing Special Service, Always Speed and RESULTS. Big Floor Space and Equipment for Rush Orders CROFOOT, NIELSEN SL CO. Telephone State 2870 14 N. FRANKLIN ST., CHICAGO ARTIST MATERIAL DEPT. . . 605 N. Michigan Blvd. Tel Superior 8537 Kankakee, Illinois BRANCH OFFICES 307 N. Michigan Blvd. Tcl. State 7046 24 E. Van Buren St. Phone Main 196 334 S. Wabash Ave. Tel. Harrison 8597 Engineering Bldg. Tel. State 9893 Dorft Cl if ' W 9 W at 41 + I X 1 1 . ikf' .i"P. iagiiww iixfiifi iilillll Roper Features Roper Complete Oven Con- Ro er Ventilated Oven trol-coo s a whole meal baliea in heated fresh air. while you're away. Roper Porcelain Enamel Oven Lin' ings - Rustfproof, easily cleaned Roper "Touch-a-Button" Roper Lifetime Cooking ifh r ur s erfcct lge hcmces. EFORE you move into your future home, by all means investigate the cooking facilities in the kitchen. Be sure the gas range is upftofthefminute. Why take chances? . You'll find that the most modern homes are equipped with Roper Gas Ranges with Complete Oven Control- the range that gives you Kitchen Freedom-guards health and happiness for you and yours-assures digesti- ble foods, not over or under cooked, with all of the nu' tritive value retained. The range that saves you gas, time, food and money. E R Also In Colors -Poudre Blue N S -Imperial Red -Canary Yellow -Jade Green GEO. D. ROPER CORPORATION Rockford, Illinois Top Ll.. fel' Ch t ass e P Be Sure the Ro er Pur le Line l and the Roper Eliminates Matches abaking results Complete Oven Cgontrol Xu: on the Gas Range You Buy. KI!-3 PAGE 645 THE ILLIO OF 1929 , N ,,.. tl. if-'. f il-'lil'-log iibllidiilld ,-, .- .,1,'- - .fo fr .. . -I '. , ..- ., .. ., ...., .w..f- -- r. :f ,. :gs 'pil ' 7 , ' W .J Viieatwlt-.I .I fir-wwiw. Q ffgff :gif 'AY P Y ' ' 'T.Q'l .1..'z..Q? . 1 ""'..f:,.,'l11fH ' M mi ng r ' ' T",-"Hill I' - 'r , . f ' w H f M li . . 1 tte pf ,,.,.. ... M f ,eh 1-rg, f 1, 'fi nf,-rm ' ,Qz.t..4. W ' "' l""lw 145 H " V' lv Ni., H A-A .l-----' ,,,, -v 1 'H t ae.....1--::'Il".,,,,,. 1, , bi 1 't"ll lll ll inn ft gt .ix I J 1 N: ' i w " l Htl , .44 " lx V .1-1 it I w i f il et. - M .TM ' , l ,ll , I ,P . '-' -X M X 'V 1 T -t 'll 'l "QW . .r :lil ,'ir1iM"" 'm".- ' N , Q' Sl .Q fx: N"-I ln " ali .igp q-Wi -ff , f - . 'L if ill 1 . l l ' f?F.i':f' ' Tlliitiil -.3 . pl l .. 'tt' . .1 I 1' .E . u 2. Qvlvli Plant of ADAM GROTH COMPANY Joliet, Ill. i9l7here sToNE and MARBLE are converted from the rough to the refined and beautiful. Mehring E99 Hanson Co. Forty 'Years' Experience MAIN 2010-2011 162 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 POWER PLANTS GENERAL PRESSURE PIPING Some Notable Contracts: Agricultural Building Tribune Tower Hotel Sherman Morrison Hotel Union League Club Uptown Theatre St. Luke's Hospital Shedd Aquarium 333 No. Michigan Ave. Fx What You Should Know Before i it ,L I yt ,r 512 O O O . W .. .. p Infvesttng tn ' The Dental HARVARD T 5. l Equipment that -f ' has set a standard Dental Equipment HE dental equipmcnt. of forty years ago was very crude and imperfect. At that time Mr. F. E. Case, founder of The Harvard Company, seeing an inviting opportunity for his inventive skill, applied his best efforts to the construction of a dental chair along new and original lines. The many new and desirable features possessed by the first Harvard chair set a standard that other manufacturers had to conform to. Since that time The Harvard Company has been a recog- nized leader in the dental equipment field. Not only has The Harvard Company set a standard in design, but it has set a standard for quality that other manufacturers have never been able to meet at the price of Harvard Equipment. The den- tist who is given the unrestricted privilege to carefully com- pare the design, efticiency, quality, beauty and price of Har' vard Equipment with that of any other make will quickly understand why it is the choice of so many leading members of the Profession. So, before investing in dental equipment, COMPARE Harvard Equipment with that of other makes and use your own judgment. THE HARVARD co. cANToN - oH1o Manufacturers of Dental Chairs, Cab- inets, Units, Engines and other Dental Equipment PAGE 646 E93 TTHE ILLICD OF I929 Clothes for University Men by ovzelfiyggralza The ultimate in smartness and qua1ity.There's nothing like them . if Downtown Champaign EW l TTHE ILLQO OF 1929 THE BESLY GATA LO G No. 50 IS A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF THE LATEST AND BEST IN MECHANL CAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT For fifty years the leading engineer' ing colleges and institutions have found Besly a dependablesource of supply for their requirements. MACHINISTSQ MILL AND RAILROAD SUPPLIES BRASS, COPPER AND BRONZE In Sheets, Rods, Wire and Tubes CHARLES H. BESLY E99 COMPANY 118424 North Clinton St. CHICAGO Works, Beloit, Wisconsin . .. . . For Football, Basket Ball and Other Athletic Events SEMESTER COUPON BOOKS RESERVED SEAT TICKETS FOLDED, ROLL AND STRIP TICKETS EVERY TICKETfNEED SUPPLIED In any quantity, with speed and intelligence at prices that local printers cannot approach The ARCUS TICKET CO 340 N. ASHLAND AVE. CHICAGO gt1Q""'T',r "" 7634 "ill ' 'gli diff W li' 'z ' 2 H fi hi, -fl ' l 'ix " la-. ,, .X M1 1 4 i' lax li 'Ju "X ' Nia-. ffl fi. P, I .P li 'esoxsxwcssvsoits ikfu'llfi. F5 I' f vxxxsacyccommes l-1 fl 'ah illll,x1i ?Nllll1', Nw:-nuumx-sux.w1-"'NlNW"'l"'9 I X llll f71lAlri'lllill, ' x- . -. 'ity 'x V5 J - '-"TX - A ' an - 1. "dsx" -' E lx: lk . ... 4- 'fill f F. ilk-V ' T: 'I' llf-gil' A , .,.sg1,:f?""Z""f' LLl!Z:lf::fi'l,' L"s?Qvf,-.-Y-wr-1 lf" ' 9 The Candy of the Continent Sold by selected stores wherever you may travel. In sealed, trade- marked, guaranteed packagesj each appealing to a definite taste for fine candies. The Bonnybrook Package shown above is a fa- vorite of those who like Milk Chocolates with a wide variety of centers, caramels, fruits, nuts and fondants. In a gold box with decorations by Franklin Booth. PHQQQKQQIIA STEPHEN P. WHITMAN st soN,1nc. SAQEQQQQCQQCO PAGE 648 B394 Q I rlHl ILLIG OF 1929 ILLINI ACI-IIEVEMENT THE passing years in Illini history have seen many great achievements of loyal men and Women. Taking its place among them is the Illio of the class of 1929. It stands as a Htting tribute to the ingenuity and industry of those who built it. Staff members will experience a great deal of satisfaction and pride in such successful culmination of their Work. The Manz Corporation shares in this pride, as it has been our privilege to make the engravings for the Illio-and to print it. For sixty years Manz has developed-until today it is the largest complete printing establishment of its kind in the country. Here everything required for the complete printed job--from Idea to Finished Product-is produced under one roof For years we have been cooperating with student staffs and faculty advisors in the preparation of year books. They have found it profits them to take advantage of Manz creative service in the initial stages of the work. Any Size job is a MANZ Size job MANZ CORPCRATION 4001-4053 RAVENSWOOD AVENUE CHICAGO 'PJ ,.... A . r .- iii 9 .,--v , 4 . . Qi .L .EH-'ld"? M, i - a , y nl:ll::: uinr'.. w1'! q::i.:--,lk --, 11, QM .I EE Eng Imgggggi 'W K in -an Em ll :inf f m - .-..:,l,l:3gi,iE-, g K1FI1L il:55 C 6 T ff"frr" fr' nas kill 649 ,THE ILLIO OF 1929 :EZ 7 S P under the rafters where cobwebs used to embroider granclfather's trunk and the old horsehair sofa, there is now this beautiful bathroom. As the chil- dren were growing up it was only a dream. Today this extra bath is giving the family the comfort and convenience such a room always adds. Only a cottage bath, itis mod- est in cost, but mellow, tranquil, and lovely with its prevailing hue of soft green, its floor ot' russet cork tile, its varicolored rag rugs, its painted linen closet, and fig- ured curtains of Aqua-Sillc .... Before build- ing or remodeling write for New Ideas far Bathrooms, illustrated in full color. Then consult a responsible plumbing contractor. ERYTHING FOR ANY PLUMBING INSTALLATION ANYWHE Crane Cu., General Ojires, 836 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 9 Branches and :ales ojicer rn one hundred' and nxty-:ix :met PAGE 650 nom X Xt Z STHE ILLIO Ol l929e if i. , 1 .1 i , X :s'rABl.lsHlao IBIS f ' 'l "f'l'f"' ii ,.f- 5 gi" 71 A' -i 'fl -- w.--wf,,Le,1,. in 59 2fw'w2'1 eie I i f ' 2' i B B f ff fe' e- N- it af. f i fff ' A we :AQ fe ,C LOTHI I G 1. isnt 5- I i " '.-S ggi, hx ,igfglmii Pk lfgitxi fliif -Y, ft . 0 a ,UUE xl Ll nl,l'! 1 , ,LA , 5 ft IIIIPIIIYIIF flllihlllig 11035, Ili , gvixljlgk 1iili,,W M I-X 3- lxif , il ll x' l will '11 7 A -Di .wir Munson Avenue con. ronrv-rounrn smear if l jil l 1 lglf ff l L ., ip ' I Nfl if I 12 f' 9 F , i nfill 1 ' -. r g.. '35 I., I 3'iEff4-, Clothes for Sport and .1 - T., i ll ""tf22s:w I I G l VV ' 2 l Milli-lllll C Hera. Sal' ,Mi -ff "LM ff I,-,i WGA, Wlvfef N w.55if' wwf" ' My S end for BRooKs's Wfzxcellany ii l1'f "'!f I in 1' .1 ' ' " 5 M l I ' firfi ,. i"'f Our Representative makes frequent visits to - I' "" ' Qin' lqin,a"Hl, 1- ,ul 1 X? ,fl it ,ffl i.- HOTEI. 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PAGE 651 J Jvnrnvnvd l THE ILLIO OF 1929, - - --- ,, ' ' X This Wa out x or flee fffzkzozlv ormer ATERPILLARN tractors, with groundfgripping trac' tion, sturdy, dependable power and lower fuel conf sumption, are turning losses into profits on many Illinois farms. Wet planting seasons, uncertain weather at harvesting time, hold no terror for the farmer who is "Caterpillar" equipped. "Caterpillar" tracks don't slip. They furnish sure power for deep, mellow seed beds without packing the soil. They work longer hours, longer years, to wrest extra dollars from the soil. CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO. Executive Offices: San Leandro, California, U.S.A. Sales Offices and Factories: Peoria, Illinois San Leandro, California Distributing Warehouse: Albany, N. Y. New York Ojice: 50 Church Street Successor to C. L. B Th H l M f - Tractor CCEJ. turingtifimmprilzilrilyac CA'lERP1l15R if ,THE ILLIO OF 1929 ,-. R IUB A T , ,'.'- H! X Il f 1 xv. .ff . i 'ich 'CE X X A 1 ,, 110 W ry ' lvl' ff? A ' xx llhswfzh fi' A 'sg' Ifflif-' if I 'iliflf-fff'i:3i" . NN' .:f5V5f5W JM Phi ,G mlm I, f fv . ' , Al fzfff' -ri Q ' I V 'X PAN w"v '92 , N g fy, 1 f JOHNSON Am8TiCd,S First Tubular Skate The first pair of tubular skates made in the United States or Canada were made in Chicago by Nestor Johnson. The fundamental principles of JOHNSON skates have remained the same since the original pair were Hn' ished. Their ALL STEEL FULL 3 TUBULAR construction has won '- r , fame all over the World. T A qzunnjmmm-januari.: Th . .,..1S'Z.IZ '- .,,.f:yfrgrNg35'1'11'- JOHNSON ---r'- fri skate r1--Ql f F A ffl N X NThte f1lg121m6 X f' ,.,.,-wa ,, ex or 0 nson B L U hr R I B B O J on every pair F O O D S NESTOR JOHNSON MFG. CO. 1900 N. Springfield Ave. At Y0ZHA G7'0L'6V CHICAGQ,1LL. CABLE Equips New Northwestern Sororities with 10 Grand Pianos LEVEN of the fourteen sorority houses recently erected on the Northwestern campus in Evanston have purchased Pianos from Cables. In order to meet the demands of its increasing enrollment Northwestern University at the same time added to its purchase of seventy-three Pianos bought from Cables several years ago. CABLE PIANO COMPANY 41 Main Street Wabash and Jackson CHAMPAIGN CHICAGO fNew .forariljf Hamer at Northzurrtcml 695 ww PAGE 653 HM' ll IW lIUIlMIlH! ,wn ,I THE ILLICD OF V929 V WH V 1 A 'sis -- 'A ' 1 'r , V Y 'V' W 'Wf IN 5 5 ' ,"' H' HI , H 'Q " W u 5 ww W p L. M + ,, f f 4 'II M ' '- .. .r -I.. Nlwi asm KW THE ILLIO OF i929 f' N f x x ff B ff N X X, 1j THE ILLIO Ol 1929- Barnds Baer Rebecca .... Aaronson, A. L.. ...., . Abarbanell, G. S. ..... . Abbott, A. J. .584, 604, Abbott, Claire ,..,. 282, Allen, G. M. ..,..... . Allen, J. C. ......,.. . Allen, Kathryn ........ 383, 401, 535, Andrews, D. H. ..... , Andrews, E. ..,.,.... . Andrews, Esterlc . ..... Baer, W. H. ........ . Baerenz, F. O .... Baethke, Martha . Bahlman, D. Barnes, G. H. ....... . Barnes, Gladys ..... 55, Barnes, R. M. .,..... . Barnett, A. F. ....... . Aaron, N. ....,....... 489 Allen, Frances .,.., 511, 601 Andrews, C. H. ....... 464 , 551 r 594 52 205 586 453 473 248 423 423 613 497 510 462 553 Abbott, D. .... zos, 243, Abbott, G. B. ........ . Abbott, L. L. ...... 382, Abbott, O. L. ........ . Abbott, T. A. ........ . Abel, Mrs. Theodore. .. Abels. D. ..,.,....,.. . Abels, S. .......,. 324, Abercrombie, Gertrude. . Abels, A. W. ........ . Abney, J. A. ......,,, . Abrahamson, C. M., . . . Abrahamson, Ruth ..... 613 498 440 425 491 587 425 384 Abel, W ..........,... 463 487 487 289 514 449 381 380 535 521 Abramo, Lucille ........ Abramovitz, M. ...... . Abrams, I. .......... . Abrams, M. S. ....., . Acacia ..... ......... Accountancy Club ..... Achaea ............. Ackerman, G. 174, 342, 344, :466, Ackerman, J. ....,, . . ass, 442, sso, Ackerman, W. E. .... . , 436, Activities ..........,. Adam, Marjorie ,.,. Adam, Virginia ..., , si-i Adams.B. .. ...., Adams, C. E. . .52, 442, Dorothy .,.... Adams, Adams, Edith ......... Adams, E. L. ...,... . . Adams, Esther.336, 513, Adams, G. J ...... .381, Adams, Helen ..,.. 501, Adams, J. R .... . . .327, Adams, Adams, L. A. ..... , Adams, Lois . . .52, 562, Adams, Marjorie . . , . . . Adams, Maude ..,.. 52, Adams, Priscilla . , .383, Adams, R ..,...... 413, L. .,......,. . 416 Adams,W. C. ....... . Adamson, Edna ....... Adee. J. W. ....... . 472 .594 .450 .422 .557 .539 .164 434 164 576 335 571 .307 .496 496 348 '555 .522 540 .349 615 475 601 418 490 441 614 335 501 508 458 .480 .530 .335 Adelhelm, W. E. ...... 336 464, 546, 557, 613 Adelman, M. ..,.,..,. 453 546, 550 Adelphic Literary Society 560 381 Ades, A. H ...... .... Adler, S. S ..... .... Administration . . . . . Adsit, Elizabeth .... . . . Adsit, S. B. ,.......,, , 401 409 v Advertising ...... l .... Aesthetic Dancing. .304, Afremow, M. L .... . . . Ag Dance ............ Asor. P. ..-...... 558, Agriculture Council .... Agster, W. C. ...... . Ahenfeld, E. F. ...... . Ahlbrand, H. C. .... 52, Aiken, Jeannette ....,, Aikman, W. F 52, 552, Ainsworth, R. B. .... . Ainsworth, R. M. . . . . Air Service ,......,... Air Service Cadet Office rs 395 Akin, K. ,............ 485 2484 ..4l 523 .52 582 617 305 ,594 .373 564 347 ,.52 .489 476 .502 602 .333 .491 .395 Akkeron, A. F .... ...,. Aland, J. .......,, 52, Albers, E. A, ,.,.,,,,, , Albert, R. ..,...... , , , Alcestis ...,.. . ...,, , Alcorn, Marjorie ...... Aldous, A. ..... ...,, , Aldrich, Elizabeth . .... . 441 450 381 478 Albertson, Eulah ...... 608 540 561 429 52 520 383, Aldrich, M. B. ....... 162 607 330, 423, Alethenai Literary Society 560 Alexander, F. ...,. 449, 565 Alexander, H. W. ,.... 461 Alexander, M. ...,..... 455 Alexander, Phyllis .401, 518 Alexenburg, M. ....,.. 489 Alkire, Georgia .... 528, 553 Alleman. N. J .... .569, 578 Allen, C. E. ....... ..604 Allen, C. L. ,...., 413, 601 Allen, D. C. ......... 435 Allen, E. B. .... . Z 3 :ff F ....422 611 Allen, L. J. ......,.. . Allen, Miriam . ..,. 282, Allen, Virginia .... 517, Allison, R. H. ........ . Alloy, J. J. ...... 359, Allweil, L. L. ..,.... . Almquist, C. O. .,.... . Alp, H. H... ,,.. Alpha Alpha Gamma .. Alpha Chi Omega ..... Alpha Chi Rho ....... Alpha Chi Sigma ..... Alpha Delta Phi ...... Alpha Delta Pi ....... Alpha Delta Sigma .... Alpha Delta Theta .... Alpha Epsilon Phi .... Alpha Epsilon Pi ...... Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Rho .... Alvb K vp K nv Alph: Kipp: Lrilnrblla . . Alpha Kappa Psi .,.... Alpha Lambda Della Alpha Omega .,,.,..,. Alpha Omicron Pi ,.... Al ha Phi ....,....... P Alpha ho hi R C . . Alpha Sigma Nu ...,.. Alpha Sigma Phi ...... Alpha Tau Alpha ..... Alpha Tau Omega .... Alpha Xi Delta ...,... Alpha Zeta ,...,. .... Alter, M. ........... . Althaca ,.......,...., Altman, J. S. ...,.... . Altringer, Dorothy .... .52 561 227 502 535 587 490 453 586 488 608 499 444 425 439 506 607 520 510 453 508 426 580 457 584 603 549 504 515 440 603 427 575 413 501 576 450 541 587 534 Alumni ..,........ . . .43 Alumni Association, The. 44 ' 425 428 Alvis, H. ...... 380, Alwarcl, W. .,,,,,,., . Amacker, J. R. ....... . Ambelang, P. 1... ...... . Amberson, H. R. ..... . Ambler, B. .......,.. , Ambler, E. ...... .... . Ambrose, S. H.. .,... . . Ambrosio, D. ........ . Arnbrosius, E. E.. . .52, Amelotti, E. ......... . 491 .52 580 489 214 591 558 554 592 American Society of Civil Engineers ........... 554 American Society of Mechanical Engineers.552 Amerson, W. P. ..165, 431 Amey, H. E.. .489, 573, 593 Amick Ethel ,....,,.... 52 334, 540, 561, 563 Amos, J. E. .... ,,,..., 4 10 Anderle, W. E. ........ 380 Andersen, C. M. ...... 460 Andersen, Ova ...., 52, 531 Anderson, A. ..,....., 486 Anderson, A. G.. . .413, 611 Anderson, Bernice ..... 540 Anderson, C 353, 446, 589 Anderson, C. D. . .348, 414 Anderson, C. R. . .452, 601 Anderson, C. S. ....... 437 Anderson, D. B. ....., 452 Anderson, D. W. ..,... 580 Anderson, Emma ...... 535 Anderson, E ..,,.. . . . .430 Anderson, E. J. ....... 264 Anderson, E. R. ....,.. 486 Anderson, Ester ........ 53 534, 609 Anderson, Eugenia 354, 502 Anderson, Eunice ,..... 538 Anderson, Evelyn ...... 535 Anderson, Grace .... . . 50 53, 365, 499, 552 Anderson, H. ..... 588, 589 Anderson, Helen ,..... 501 Anderson, I. N. ......,. 53 Anderson, J. A. ....,... 53 Anderson, K. W.. .381, 382 Anderson, M. ..... 482, 574 Anderson, Margaret .... 527 562 Anderson, M. S. .,.. 50, 53 365, 471, 552, 607 Anderson, R. B. ...... 427 Anderson, R. H. . . . . .324 424, 475 Anderson, R. T. ...... 463 Anderson, T. M. ...... 579 Anderson, W. . ....... 545 Anderson, W. D. .,.. . Anderson, W. E. ,.... . 353, 431, Anclresen. W. A. .... . 354 334 612 .381 Andress, Lynore .... 53, 497 425 Andrew, I. A.. .... . . . . G15 656 G.C ..., .... . 55 573 562 611 587 490 523 408 407 613 Andrews, Irma ........ 500 Baht, H. ..,...,. . . . Barnett, W., ...... . . . . Anonian Literary Society.561 Bailey, Audra .... . . . 502 Barnhart, Elizabeth. . . . . Anubis . . . . .,......., 447 Bailey, C. W. .. . . . . 348 Barnhart, W. S. . . . . .. Applegate, Eleanor .... 507 Bailey, H. H. ... . . . 451 Baron, G. G. . . . . . . . . . Applehans, L. . ....... 437 Bailey, H. W. ....... 592 Baron. G- L- - - - - Appleman, W. R., . .53, 544 Bailey, L. .,.......... 612 BIIOM. D- R- .---., - - .590 Aquilar, Isabelo ,..,... 558 Bailey, L. F. .... 339 429 Barr, G. A. .. .22, 44 Arbegast, C. E. ......, 473 Bailey, L. L. ........ 602 Barr, J. D. ........... .55 Arbuthnot, Birdie ..... 534 Bain, D. B. ........., 449 Barr, J. W. .......... 593 Arch, C. E. ..,,.,,.. sso Baird, G. E. ,..,. .45 Brrrr. N- -'-'--4 372,490 Arch Year Book, The. .339 166, 368, 409, 547 Barrett, Charlotte . .323, 509 Architectural Honors. . .399 Baird, H. H. ..... 391 593 Barrett, E. D. ..... 55, 409 400 Baird, L. W. ........ 469 Barrett, E. G. ..,...., 442 Arends, W. H. ....., 449 Baird, R. D. ........ 178 Barrett. Helen ---------- 55 Arentsen, M. F. . . . .557 354, 469 595 504, 553, 601 Arethusa, and Daphinc. .540 Baird, R. E. ......... 165 Barrett, T. S. ........ 435 Argero olos, T. B. ..... 53 330, 457, 563 610 Barrick, Gladys ........ 56 Aries, . ....... . . .594 Bairstow, Margretta . . . 335 Barron. O- D- - - - - - -473 Arkema, E. L. ..... 490, 560 539 Barron. W. H. . . .435 Armbruster, A. J. ...... 461 Baker. A' G' l ' ' ' ' - - -54 BlfIVr F- .l- ------ -- - -439 Armington, J. L. ...... 491 Baker, D. 0. ..54, 552 574 Barry, G. W. .. ....... .564 Armould. R. C. ...... 490 Baker, Edna ..... . .. 54 Barskis, Katherine .... .535 Armstrong, Beulah .514, 551 Baker, E. H. .... . . . 227 Barthel, Annabel ,.... .534 Armstrong, C. J. . 485, 583 Baker, E. M. .... .. . 439 Bartholomew, J. .. . .481 Armstrong, Elizabeth . 503 Baker, Eleanor . . . . . . 54 Bartholomew, Maida. , . . .50 Armstrong, R, ,,.., 412 498 560 56, 174, 279, 289 Armstrong. J. W. .... 22 Baker, E. P. ..... . . . 474 365, 498, 615 Armstrong, Lois ....... 506 Baker. H' C' H I V ' " 336 Blfflem0Yel'r Anita 1 - 46 Armstrong, Marion ..,. 332 457- 563. 510 513 , I I 503. 559 498, 555, 615 Baker, J. C. .. . ... 288 Bartlow, Virginia .. . .. 605 Armstrong, Mildred .. 528 348. 551 553 Bafflumr .l- 5- ------.- 379 Armstrong, Ruth ,,,,,,, S3 Baker, E. ..... . . . 601 . 380, 456 Armstrong, Winifred, . .534 Baker, L ......... 435 548 Barto, Harriett ..... 498 Armstrong, W, K. . , , 483 Baker, Lois . . . .54, 507 560 Barwnr A- R--331. 380, 444 Arndr, Katherine .,.,, 504 Baker, Marian . . . . . , .54 Barton, H. J. .... . . . . 439 Arne, Mamus, and 401. 515 533 Barron. M- H- ------- 491 Nrrirrder ,,,,,,,,,,,, 538 Baker, Marjorie 1. .54 500 Barton, R. A. ....... 595 Arnold, C. C. ......., 614 Baker. Marr .55 Blfwichr W- E-- - 587 Arnold' Frgncjg ,,,,,,, 612 Baker, Maurine. . . . . . 401 Base, Charlotte . . . . . . , 514 Arnold, J. C, , .,.,.,., 432 516, 533 614 Baseball, Varsity ..... 248 Arnold, L, L, ,, ,,,,,,, 585 Baker, M. E. ,... ... 595 Baseball KW. A. AJ .. 300 Arnold, Lucille ........ 504 Baker. R- B- ----- - - 530 Basedvw- F- B- ------ 432 Arnold, R. G. .... 324, 381 Baker, R. H. .... 419 Basketball, Varsity 225 Arngg, W, j, ,,,,,,,, 439 Baker, Mrs. V. L. 355 558 Basketball KW. A. AJ. 299 Aron, R. L. ....,..,. .53 Baker. W. F. .... .. . 478 Baskin, L. ...... 438 205, 263, 489 Baker, W. J. ..,. 336, 345 Bnsler. B. 1. ...... ... 573 Arrington, W R, ,,,, 53 456, 546, 584, 610, 613 BJSS, H. ........... .56 401' 579 Balaban, Ree ..,. .55 Bass, O. A. ...... 227 460 Anillryy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 390 Balbach, P. A. .... . . . .55 Bass. P. ...,....,. . . . 589 Artillery Cadet OlJicers.390 407. 459 571 Basilffr .l- H-H -- - - - 55 Arlmann, W, ,,,,,,,, 443 Balck, A. W ..... 382 380,465 546 Arundale, R, K, ,,,,,, 382 Balding, L. G. .... 586 Batchelder, G. W.. . .. 429 474, 579 Baldwin, C. J. 349 421 Bates, G. C. ......, .. 555 Arvin, J, A, ,,,,,,,,, 425 Baldwin, E. C. .. . ... 427 Bates, J. F. . . . . . . . . 463 Ascher, W, W, ,,,,,,, 451 Baldwin, E. W. ...... 424 Bates, Virginia ....... 498 Ash, Frgnggg ,,,,,,,,, ,53 Baldwin, G. A. ....., 421 Bauer, E. E. ,....... 424 278, 279, 294, 506 Baldwin, M. .,..,.... 588 Bauer, Myra ...., 56 565 Ash, Mgr-ig ,,,, 53, 514, S62 Baldwin, R. E. ....... 414 Baughman, Eliza H328 513 Ashbrook, Ailren ,,,,, 508 Baldwin, R. F. .55 427 Baughman, F. R. ...56 459 Ashton, Madeline ,,,, 505 Baldwin, R. M. .. 336 465 Baughman, G. H. .... 423 Arrrinrky, S, ,,,,,,,, 549 Baldridge, G. W. ..... 590 Bauman, A. C. 56 Arhlr-rirr ,,,,,,,,,,, 201 Baldridge, R. .... 359 555 489 583 Athletic Counril ,,,,, 204 Baldridge, W. O. ..... 586 Baumann. Mildred 535 Arblgrir Tyopbigr ,,,,, 209 Balduf, W. V. ....... 470 Baxter, Ruth ....,... 535 Arhqnirm Literary Balensiefer, R. H.. .55 491 Bayard, J. B. ......... 419 Sari,-,fy ,,,,,,,,,,, 559 Ball, F. D. ....... 422 601 Bayer, K. O. ........ 449 Atkins, K. D. ....... 458 Ball, L. C. ....... 410 547 Bayles, J. C. ..... 372, 598 Atkinson, F. C. .... 54, 436 Ball, R. O. ......... 578 Bayley, W. S. ........ 416 Atkinson, G. E. . . .480, 593 Ball, R. W. ......... 458 Bayman. Mary . .... . . 539 Atkinson, Nancy ,.... 511 Ball. W- T- -.--.--.. 436 Blyfler PM-Ill ----.- 534 Atlanta . ..,...... 539 Ballard, Alice. .55, 516, 561 Bazola, F. N. ...... 56, 589 Auble, W. R. ......,. 382 Ballard, J. W. ..,.,., 380 Beach, Laura ....,. 56, 401 Auld, H, G, ,,,,, 474, 553 Ballard, R. C. . . 55 471 Beagley, Grace ..., . 531 Austin, Darell ....... .54 574, 593, 598 599 Beal. W. ...... 235, 435 Augfjn' Mild,-rd ,,,,,, 518 Bamberger, A. ....... 594 Beall, Beatrice ....... 513 Ayers, Vivian .,..,.... 514 Bancroft, Ernestine . . . 520 Bcall, Miriam .... 513, 603 Aylrwnrrhl Flgy ,,,, 54, 518 Band, Concert ....,.. 379 Beaman. J. H. .... 333, 412 Aylward, P. W. ...... 54 Band, First Regimental. .380 Bear, H. C. .. 56, 177, 199 436, 571 Band Of X .... ....... 5 77 204, 344, 434, 570, 577 Ayres, A. F. ......... 248 Band, Second Regimental Beard, J. H. .428, 466, 580 Ayres, D. P .... .... 4 73 381 Beason, H. R. ....., 575 Bands, University .... . 378 Beath, P. R.. . .56, 334, 601 Banen, D. M. ........ 594 Beattie, M. E.. .... 336, 474 B Banker, E. ........., 444 Beatty, Pauline . . . 56 Banks, G. S. ...... 422 547 401, 528, 534 Babbitt, H. E. ........ 481 Bannister, L. H. ...... 491 Beauchamp, K. H.. 57 569, 572, 602 Bannitt, H. E .... .... 5 93 480, 552 Babcock, D. F. ......., 458 Banowitz, S. .,... 550 Beauchamp, P. E .,.. ,. 448 Babcock, J. W. ..,. 54, 417 Banta, Frances ....... 500 Beaver, E. H. ....... 57 Babcock, K. C. .... 25, 37 Banta, G. J. ...... 55 422 Beaver, Mary .. . . . . 57 348, 408, 441, 595 Bantz, O. R.. . . .... 381 Becher, H, R. ...... . . .446 Babcock, R. T. . . .237, 414 Barash, B. B. .... . .. 450 Beck, Arlene . . . . . . . . 540 Babcock, S. M. ....... 583 Barbee, C. D. .... . .. 590 Beck, C. D. ...... 416, 545 Babel, Louise ..... 328, 503 Barbee, Lillian . . . . . . 529 Beck, H. V. ..,. . . . . . 578 Bach, Charlotte ........ 534 Barber, W. Y. ....... 421 Beck, J. C. ...... 591 Bach, Sylvia .. .54, 401, 510 Bard, R. E. ........ 55, 205 Becker, Dolores .. . .323, 518 Back, E. ........,... 455 260, 261. 407, 452, 577 Becker, Irene .,....... 520 Backrach, Ruth ........ 521 Barenfanger, L. ....... 417 Becker, K. E. ........ 478 Baddeley, P. W. ....... 409 Barjenbruch, J. F .... .. 447 Becker, L. A. ,....... 446 Badger, A. E. ........ 569 Bark, O. ............ 590 Becker, L. H. . .. . 443 Badger. R. A. ..., 491 Barker, Ruth ........ 539 Becker, R. F.. .381, 434, 595 Baer, Bess ...,.,. 323, 499 Barkman, Eleanor, .328, 541 Becker, S. ....,...... 589 Baer, C. C. ........... 54 Barlow, R. R- .... 601, 610 Becker, W. . . 588 Baer, C. E. .......... 436 Barnard, Lucille .. .212, 289 Beckstrom, M. R.. .469, 602 Baer, H. B. .......... 432 Barnard, N. H. ....., .55 Bedinger, P. L. .... 331 Baer, Margaret ........ 558 564, 569, 610 Beebe, Frances. .57, 495 498 A Mil 11811110 OF 1929 Beebe, K. G. ,.... 380, Beedle, Ruth .,....,. Beekman, Pauline. .528, Beeman, E. ......... . Beeson, H. R. ...... 57, Be g, F. A ......... 57, Befnrens, M. A. ...... . Behrensmeyer, C. F. A. Beier, P. R. ......... . Beinhauer, F. H. ..... . 372. Beinhauer, G. H. .... . Belinolf, D. ........ . Bell, C. A. ....... 461, Bell, Irene . . .... 57 Bell, J. F. ...,..,... . Bell, Mary ....... 522 Bell, M. B. .... .... . Bell, R. N ..... . . . Bell, S. F. ...... . . . Bell, Virginia ........ Bellmar, F. R ........ 380 Belon, F. ..,....... . Beloof, E. R. ...... 379 Below, J. R ...... .548 Belshaw, L. E. ....... . Belshaw, M. E ........ Belsley, F. K ......... Belton, Sara .......... 513 Benbow, R. G ........ 442, 560 Benbow, T. S. ....... . Benedict, B. W ....... 428 Benedix, R. F. ....... . Benjamin, J. H ....... Beniamin, R. ..,.... . 353, 382 Benjamin, W. S ...... Benn, W. W ........ . 450 Bennethum, H. S. . .57 Bennett, A. W. ...... . Bennett, C. H ........ 401,419 Bennett. D. A ..... Bennett, D. G .... . Bennett, Dorothy ..... Bennett, Elizabeth . .57 289. 437, 513 Bennett, F. W ..... 486 481 Benntt. G. F ..... .... Bennett, G. T ,.... Bennett, J. J.. .58, Bennett, Margaret .... Bennett, Mary ....... Bennett, T. L. ....... . .58 380 Bennett, W. E .... .... Bensema, C. E ........ Benson, C. O ........ Benson, F. W ........ Bentley, Madelyn ..... 419 Benton, W. W ....... Bepko, Marie ......... Bercher, H. O ...... .. 548 Berchtold, J. E. ...... . Beren, I. ......... . Beresford, Winifred. Berg, C. E ........... 381 Berg, H. ........... . Berg, H. A. ......... . Berger, H. P ...... Berger, Pearl ..,... Berges, M. G ...... Bergeson, C. H .... Bergholtz, V. E ....... Bergman, C .......... Bergstrom, H. E. . . 382 iii 234 Bergstrom, L. W.. . .58 Bergstrom, S. H ...... Berleman, E. L ....... Berleman. L. F ..... 58 Berling, E. G. ....... . Berman, O. ........ . . Berman, S. L ......... Bernado, Marcelino .... Bernbaum, E. .....,. . Bernbrock, J. A ....... Berndt, Estelle. . . . . . Berner, F. J .... ..... 560 Bernreuter, E. L ....... Berns, P. D .......... Bernstein, Eloise ...... 528 Bernstein, J. ........ . Bernstein, Jeannette . . . Bernstein, Pauline . .58 Bernstein, S. . ...... . . Bernstein, S. C ........ Bernstein, S. I ........ Bet-oth, C. E ......... Berry, H. A. .... . . . Berry, R. ....... . . . Berry, R. E ..... . . . .4 1 1 1 1 1 1 454 562 555 77- 473 483 476 .410 401 .57 552 572 549 575 562 605 608 588 .44 588 539 379 606 428 380 593 381 .57 418 495 552 356 595 463 420 578 380 489 .57 489 554 325 552 462 434 .57 560 595 556 336 288 562 .57 555 599 598 475 539 540 451 421 580 .58 449 323 518 425 533 .58 593 466 438 523 602 .58 442 353 525 324 410 . 58 469 205 241 475 564 338 555 593 549 594 558 420 590 534 483 606 585 441 .58 592 487 521 553 595 487 497 435 590 490 462 INDEx OF Boorcs AND PERSONS-continued Berry, W. R. ...... 337, Berryman, Virginia ..... Bertelsen, T. E ....... Bertelsman, G ......... 369, 413, Berthold Mildre , d . .,.. . Berthold, R. E. ....., . 234, 569, Bertholf, W. M ....... Besley, W. B .......... Best, A. E. ........,, . Best, E. ........ . . . . Best, T. M. .,......., . Beta Alpha P11 ........ Beta Gamma Sigma .... Bcta Kappa ......,.... Beta Nu Kappa ........ Beta Phi Alpha ........ Beta Sigma Omicron .... Beta Sigma Pri ........ Beta Theta Pi .......,. Bethany Circle ......... Bettridge, J. W .,...... Betts, K. L ...... .... Betty, J. K ....,...... Beutner, W. C.. . . . Beutter, C. H ..... Bevan, A. C. ........ . Beveridge, H. R. ...., . Beyer, K. ..,....... . Bezy, P. A ........ . 473, 574 Bianco, J ......... 485 Bibb, E. I. ........ 380 Bibow, N. E ..... 486 Bicanich, G. T. .... .. Bickford, Lillian 58 495, 505 Biddinger, T. A ...... Bidwell, Louise ....... Biederman, W. H ..... Bigelow, H. ........ . Biggs, Frances . ...... . Bigler, R. S ..... , . . Bigler, V. C. .....,.. . 478 Bigler, V. W ...... 59 407, 476 Bingham, C. K .... 333 Bingham, D. S. ..... 59 Bingham, H. Y. ..... . Binington, H. B. .... . . 465 Binkerf. C. E. ..... 379 Bird, Olma ....... Birger, Gudrun .... Birkholf, N. W.. . .489 Birkimer, E. R. ..... . Birks, Florence ....... Birtwell, Audrey O .... Bischman, H. W ...... 473, 552 Bishop, H. R. ...... 59 Bishop, W. .....,... . 531 Bisshop. K. E. ....... . Bitrel, W. A ...... Bitzer, H. P ...... Bivin, Ella A. ...,... . 528, 530 Bixler, M. M ...... 59 Black, A. W. ....... . . Black, C. W ....... 59 Black, G. R ........ 59 Black, H. L .......... Black, J. G. ...,..,. . . Black, L. R. ....... 427 Blacltard, B. P ....,.. Blackard, W. J.. .... . . Blacker, C. . ...... .. Blacker, G. C ........ Blackhall, I. J., Jr, . .. Blackman, E. ....... . 263, 439 Blackman, W. L ...... Blackmore, J. J ,...... Blain, R. S. ..... ... Blair, E. T... . ... Blair, F. G .... . . . Blair,J.C .... .. Blake, G. . ,..,..., .. Blakeslee, G. H ....... Blalcslee, W. J .... .... Blakealey, Helen ...,.. Bland, W. W. ....... . Blank, A. ....... . Blank. M ..... 208, Blanke, A. R ...... 214 438 Blankley, W. H ...,. 205, 435 Blasclike, E. R ........ . 471 Blaszczenslti, Stephania. Blatt, B. L ...,...... Blatt, G. N .......... Blatr, M. L. ..... . . . Blaufuss, A. L ........ Blayney, F. A. ....... . 435 Bla ne H. B ,..,... . Y Y1 Blayney, H. V. ...... . 1 1 424 504 .435 167 565 535 .58 583 .58 382 462 165 410 604 570 477 605 517 527 476 416 528 429 434 431 382 490 427 592 573 353 612 595 485 564 213 371 530 478 541 451 588 497 476 . 58 611 345 613 454 557 431 382 546 579 .59 559 552 .59 .59 505 . 59 607 601 428 595 478 424 . 59 555 530 456 452 593 592 379 548 384 580 463 380 409 262 582 435 469 477 591 22 609 589 379 473 503 451 547 550 420 .59 582 .59 593 534 451 451 587 590 214 547 588 .59 Blazer, R. S ..... 365, 407, Blech, S. ....... . Bledsoe, W. A.. . . 384, 570. Blei, E. B.. .,.. .. Bliss, C. E ....... 415, Blixen, H. H..60 Bloch, B ......... Bl ch H o , . ....... . Block, L. .... Block, Rita . . . . Block, W. . .... .. Blodgett, J. W. .. Blomquist, A. T.. . . Blomquist, Evelyn. Blondin, J. R.. . . .. 480 Bloom, C. .... .... Bloom, J. ....... . Bloom, Margaret . Bloomer, H. H .... Blough, Elizabeth . . Blount, Ruth. . .60, 401, 535, Blue Feather: ...... Blue, R. L ....... Blum, T. W. ..... . Blume, Beatrice . . . ..50,60 435,545 .. 479 .60,379 584,600 ... .60 ... .60 571,601 ,469,553 ... 487 . 60, 436 552 S86 180 S92 iii Blumenfeld, C. H ..... 401 Blumenstock, Isabel .... Bly, Ora ............ B'Nai B'Ritb Hillel Foundation ,.,,.... Board of Advisor: .,... Board of Trustee: ..... 552 Bobzin, F. M.. . . .. Bodach, C. M. ....... . Bodach, L. L. .....,.. . Bode, G. L ........... Bodenschotz, D. R.. . . . Bodison, E. H ..... Bodman, S. L. ..., . Boelter, E. E. ...,. , Boeining, Virginia . Bogardus, H. ..... . Bogart, Clarissa . , . Bogart, E. F.. . . . 564, 570, Boggs, F. H. ..... . .60 .eo iii 512 .61 593 Bogie, B. ........ . Bogut, Catherine .. Bohn, W. E .... . . . Boldt, H. P ,...... Boldt, R. W. ..... . Bolin, Marjorie .... Boling, H. A. .... . 249, 419, Bolliget, Katherine.. Bolotin, G. G... . . . Bolotin, M. T ..... Boite, Marie .... Bolton, Irma ,..... Bomash, A. H ..... Bona, G. s. .,.... . Bona, 1. L ....... Bone, M. D ....... Bonnell, E. ...... . Bontjes, J. H ...... Boodell, T. J ...... Booker, E ......... Boos, Madlynne .... Booth, A. M ...... Booth, P. H. .... . . 491, Booth, W. B. ..... Borah, 0. . .... . . Borcherdt, Evelyn.. Borden, H. M .... 378. Bordner, C. L. .... . Bordner, Dorothy . . Bordner, Margaret. . Buren, Helen ...... Boren, R. C ....... Bor , R. N ...... BorBng, E. G. .... . Bornholdt, W. J. . . Bornolf, L. ....... . Borovsky, M. P . . . Borrowdale, J. F. . . Borth, D. , ...... . Bosenburg, Evelyn. . Bosenbury, J. M. . . Bosie, Mary . ..... . Bosson. Jeannette .. Bost, W. E. ..... .. Bosworth, A. W. . . Bott, Bernice . .... . 384 Botterbush, W. .. . . Botreer. G. T., . . .. Bottomley, E. J .... 372, 4471 481 181 545 46? 237 .427 480 547 371 .61 509 584, 167, 861 379. 581 .61 388 .61 3 24, 523. 593, .hal kill' FR 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 438 438 510 428 381 .60 592 535 60 572 594 440 515 595 538 292 603 282 460 448 533 .60 455 526 533 550 356 22 614 60 452 466 427 435 213 .60 520 167 443 552 464 610 348 420 562 552 563 430 528 174 577 605 453 594 541 552 .61 438 471 571 614 381 439 595 435 575 553 446 372 611 413 417 612 .61 477 590 507 511 615 515 587 454 423 458 487 594 435 570 501 411 .61 530 590 .61 383 554 589 481 .61 600 Boudry, M. O ........ Boughton, G. S .... 324, Bourland. L. ........ . Bourne, E. G .... . . . Bourne, R. S ........ Bousquet, E. W. ..... . Bovill, Minnie ....... 204 Bowen, C. E. . .... , Bowen, F. R. ..... . Bowen, Virginia .. . Bowersocks, C. H ..... Bowey, C. W ......... 569 Bowles, C ............ Bowling, Neva ........ 179 Bowman, B. B. ., . . Bowman, E. E ..... Bowman, Hazel .. . . Bowman, Hertha .. Bowman, J. C ........ Bowman, Marjorie ,... Bowman, Mildred .. . . . Bowman . . ..... . . . 488 289 , W Boyd, Edna .......... Boyd, J. R. . .... . . Boyd, Maurine .... Boyd, R. F. ....... 61 516 Boyd, W. .......... . Boyer, Frances .. .... .. Boyer, H. B. .... . . .. Boyer, Ileayn .. . . . . . . Boyle, K. B ..... .... Boyles, H. .. ...... . . . Boysen, W. P ........ 417 Brach, Gladys ., . . . Bracken, J. F ...... Bradbury, C. E .... 410 Bradbury, C. S. ..... . Bradbury, Dorothy .. . . Bradel, S. F . ...... 61 Braden, J. W ........ .61 460 Bradley, D. N ........ Bradley, N. ........ . Bradley, R. ......... . Bradley, W. F ..... 471 Brady, E. J .......... Brady, S. G. ......... 418 Brahana. H. R. ...... . Brain, T. H. . . . . Brainard, A. F Brakensiek, Reva. . .533 Branch, C. . ..... .. iri Branch, J. E. ...... Brand, Catherine ...... Brandenburg, Thelma 163 Brandenburger, P. .... . Brandon, H. C ....... Brandt, L. H ......... Brantley. R. .... . . . . Brash, Edna .... .... Brashaw, C. J ....... Bratrude, A. P ....... Bratzler, L. J ,.,..... Braucher. H ....... 250, 473, 593 Braun, E. .......... . 62 Braun, C. Braun, F. .... . Branu, G. W. .... 356 Braynstein, B. .. . . Breakstone J. R .... Brearton, Mary .... 62 Breathwit, Rachel. .... . Bredehorn, H. D. .... . Breen, G. H ...... 381 Breger, H. P .... . .354 Brehm, Helen .....,.. Breithaupt, H. W ..... Bremmer, W. C ..,. . . . Brenemen, T. J ....... Brennan, Olivia . . . Brennan, Patricia .. Brennan, T. G. .... 419 Brennan. W. R ..... 62 Brents, T. H ...... Bresee, Ruth ..279, Breuer, E. E. ....... .. 183 497 Brewer, G. Brewster, F. . . . . Brewster, Louise ...... Bridge, H. E .... .... 486 Briggs, P. H. ......... Bright, H. F ...... Brillhart, Margery. . Brimm, J. G ...... 565 414 Brines, P. C ...... , Bringham, D. S. ..... . Brink, Ida. .... ....., . Brinkerholf, Sara ..... 372 Brinkman, D. F. .... .. Brinley. P. V. ....... . Brinn, W. .......... . Bristow, Dorothy ..... Bristow, L. ......... . Brittain. A. C ........ Britton, Ivy ...... , .62 Britton. W. E ..... 448 1 1 1 1 1 580 461 415 598 490 458 .61 416 411 560 .449 431 490 163 322 590 490 496 512 439 496 561 456 503 587 603 490 483 506 546 517 384 595 325 595 517 546 612 432 540 588 491 462 490 490 606 430 390 593 470 454 581 565 477 602 498 495 477 234 476 467 538 554 580 426 581 .61 596 574 475 473 594 453 504 612 62 557 550 596 491 546 451 497 606 582 571 427 615 429 415 598 503 460 412 380 532 .427 555 490 540 280 538 464 587 429 539 592 473 530 571 Broadhurst, Tabitha . . . Brock, Elma ....... 62, Brock, H. J. ........ . Brodarich, R. F ..... 62, Broclersen, Dorothy. 522, Broclt, S. C. ......... . Brody, R. .......... . Brolin, Louise . ...... . Bromm, O. G ........ Brondas, S. E .... ..... 490, Bronson, J. U . ....... Brookings, Louise . .163, 279 182, 183, 278, 373, 495, 498 Brooks, C. M. ...... . Brooks, Fannie ....... Brooks, G. F ...... Brooks, M. ...418, Brooks, N. C. .,..... . .62 569 Brookstra, A. ....... . Broom, Ruth . ....... . Brosnahan, Mary ...... Broughton, F. D ....., 354 Broverman, Helen. . Brower, D. R .... .. .62 428 Brown, A. . ....... .62 Brown, Alice ...... 62 Brown, Beatrice . . .53Z, Brown, B. M ...... 380, Brown, D. . ....... 451 Brown. D. E. ........ . Brown, Eloise ........ 325, Brown, E. W. ..... 435 Brown, F. W. ....... . Brown, Gertrude . . .62 495, 502, 604 Brown, G. R. ..... 338 Brown, H. A ......... Brown, H. C ......... Brown, Henrietta ..... 422 Brown, H. M. .... . , Brown, Hugh ..... . . . Brown, J. C. . ...... .. 452, 552, Brown, J. L. ........ . Brown, K. ....,..... . Brown, K. N ..... 408, Brown, K. W. ..... 214, Brown, L. T. ...... 410, Brown, Margaret ..... Brown, M. H. ....... . Brown, M. V. ....... . Brown, P. H ......... 546, Brown, R. M ......... 412, Brown, R. O. ........ . Brown, R. W. ....... . Brown, S. E .......... Brown, S. S ....... 167 Brown, Thelma .. . . Brown, Velma .... Brown, Wanda M ..... Brown, W. D. ....... . Brown, William B.. . . . Brown,W. S64 Brown, W. W ........ Browne, Katherine.. . . . Brownell, Marian L .... Browning, E. ...... . Browning, F. E .... . . . Browning, J. W. .... 63 szo, 344, 409: Browning, L. M. ..... . Bruedigan, M. .....,. . Brugman, L. W. .... .. 424 Bruin, T. .......... . 1 1 1 1 530 565 442 552 530 491 487 501 414 165 585 422 178 371 615 587 503 441 583 412 589 .62 524 166 424 526 614 477 517 535 491 582 414 323 510 444 583 181 615 465 459 482 532 449 583 .62 572 457 584 417 595 573 527 .63 587 422 606 381 446 486 491 586 457 534 552 522 489 409 569 573 504 502 425 379 175 601 591 430 249 , 595 Bruhnlte. R. P ..... 337, 437 588 579 Brune, B. H. ........ . Brune, Helen ....... 63, 508, 554, Brune, Lorena . ...... , Brunelle, R. E ........ Bruner, A. M. ...... . . Bruner, Gladys ....... Bruner, Helen . .,.... . Brunkow. R. A .... 454, Bruns, N. ........... . 481 B1-uns, P. R ....... , Bryan, G. D. ........ . 414, 551 Bryant, Mrs. M. S .... Bryant, R. W. ...... .. Brydges, A. C ........ Brydges, R. ......... . Rrydges, W. T. ..... . . Brydon, H. A ........ Brydon, Margaret E..63, Buchanan, C. C .... 381, Buchanan, D. ....... . Buchbinder, Dorothy... Bucher, E. C ......... Buchholz, G. H ....... Buck, C. S ........... Buck, Elizabeth .... 385, Buck, G. F. ....... 167, Buckbee, R. E ........ 1 383 565 508 .459 591 608 538 602 443 553 331 595 385 381 463 475 427 248 520 408 593 510 381 491 571 496 421 491 Pace 657 .67 Ciha, G. L ........... Classes . ......... .. .41 3' Clevenetine .... Buckman, C. M. .... .. Buddeke, Mar L ...... Buddemberg, ...... . Budinger, W. G. . .324, Bueche, F ............ Buehler, Margaret. . 333, Buente, Florence ...... Buhrman, Katherine .... Buhsmann, C. C ..,... Bull, S. ............ . Bullard, K. S ......... 466 Bullette, L. ,...,.... . Bullock, D. M. .... 205 Bullock, M. . ....... . . Bunchman, H. H... . .. Bunn, W. R ....... 63 Bunney, J. R ....,.... Bunning, W. F. .... .. Bunte, L. F ....... 457 Bunting, G. W ....... 548 Bunting, Mary .. . .327 Burchby, F. . ....... .. Burdett, R. . ....,.. .. Burdick, L. S ...... 222 - zlz. ,255 n 588 592 .428 420 584 508 534 .63 565 426 371 584 213 226 212 .63 573 235 234 551 .63 593 534 443 579 205 427 Burfeind, N. T ....... 430 Burg. Dorothy ....... 504 Burge. W. J ........, 489 Burger, I. ..,....... 63 455 Bureess. M. A ..,.. 167 430 Burgoyne, Lelia ....... 516 528 55 Burhman. C. C ....... 44l Burke. A. M .... , .zz Burke. H. L .......... 590 Burke, L. L. ...,...... 426 Burkhalter. L. A ...... .63 Burkhart, C. R. ....... 459 Burkhart, G .......... 412 Burks, Marjorie .... 506, 612 Burlison, W. L ....... 422 Burnam, C. M. . . .423, 574 Burnam, N. ......... 337 Burner, J. B. .... 490 Burnett, J. S. ........ 426 Burnett, D .......... 462 Burney, J. R. ...... 392, 593 Burnham. C. M .... .... 6 07 Burnham, C. W ....... .63 Burns, Barbara ....... 535 Burns, B. B .......... 587 Burns, D. E .......... 489 Burns, F. L ....... 471, 546 Burns, H. L ...,...... 445 Burns, Katherine ..... 533 Burns, Margaret . ..... .63 401, 532, 561, 612 Burns, R. J., Jr ....... 580 Burns, R. M. ......... .63 Burns, R. R. .....,,,, 590 Burreson, R. E ...... . . 464 Burris, Q. G. ......... 451 Burroughs, Bernice. .... 535 Burroughs, C. E .... 63,430 Burroughs, F. J ....... ..430 Burroughs, G. G ...... 381 Burroughs, K. .... .... 5 47 Burroughs, K. L. ...... 419 Burrow, Hazel .... 323, 518 Burrows, Kathryne ..... 497 560, 603 Burrows, S. J. ........ 591 Bursik, Olga .... . . . 534 Burstein, H. J ........ 594 Burton, F. R.. ...... . . Burton, R. . ........ . . Busch, Catherine .... . . Busch. P. R ......... Busenbark, Wilma. . 512, Busey, Ira .........,. Busey, Mrs. Mary ..... Bush, Dorothy ........ Bush, P. R ....,.., 04 177.2 , Bushnell, R. J ..... Busian. Bonita. .64, Buss, Louise ......... Buss, Rebecca ..... Buswell, A. M ..... Buswell, C. J ...... Buswell, Ione C .... Buswell, O. L ...... 64 Butler, C. L .......... i43 564 415 556 Butler, E. .......... . Butler, Virginia. ..... .. 280, 401, 530, Butler, W. E ......... 174, 320, Butter ana' Egg Man. . . Butterfield, D. G. .... . 552 Butterfield, F. K. .... . Butterfield, J. H. ,.64 349, 352, 353. 354: Butterfield, J. J. .... . Butts, Dorothy A ..... 401, 520, 530 Buxton, Martha ....... 514 r v .64 382 535 574 552 557 .22 496 .64 408 426 559 529 .64 602 418 554 421 481 607 .64 540 .64 345 360 .64 593 381 348 355 546 .64 559 327 596 1H1f 11110 OF 1929 INDEX OF Booxs AND PERSONS Buzzell, L .........,... Byers, G. B ...64, Byerley, J. R .....,. 64, 575, Byford, H. T .......... Byman, E. . ........ . . . Byrd, Alma .... ....... 446 559 576 591 484 559 Byrd, F. P ............ 485 Byrne, P. C .... 50, 365, 607 Byrne, T. H. ,....... . .419 Byrne, V. M .......... 235 Byrnes, Florence L ...... 509 Byrns, J. M ........., 426 491 Byron, P. W .......... C . Cable, Virginia ........ 532 Cadwell, Audry .... .... 6 4 Cady, G. H ..... .... 4 20 Cady, Ruth .........., Cagann, O. W. .,., 408, Cahill, M. C .......... Cahill, W. D. ..,. . Cahn, A. R ...,... Caldwell, Esther. ..... . Caldwell, G. C.. . . . 265 454 Caldwell, M. J. ..... .. Caldwell, Ruth ,... 496, Cale, Virginia C .... 65 Calglazier, M. .,.... . Calhoun, R. V. ..... .. Callahan, Helen .. . 554 5is Callas, W. J ...... csuen, A. c. .430, 569 .64 607 382 468 453 562 65 563 595 .39 599 501 440 431 .65 604 Callora, Calvin. J- K. ......... . 489 , 600 N ........... 263 594 Carruthers, O. ....... . Carson, Barbara . ..... Carson, C. M. ....... . Carson, G. H.. .,... . . Carson, J. C. ..... .65, Carson, Mary .... .334, Carson, M. Helen ..... 1" . 520, Carson, R. C. ..... 485, Caison, R. F.... Carson, V. ..... . . . . Carter, A. R .... .... Carter, C. .,.... . . . . Carter, E. A. ........ . Carter, W. E ......... 431, Carthey, E. D ..... 326, Carver, W. S. ..... 465, Case, Marian . ....,.. . Casey, W. C .... ..,. Cash, H. A ..... .... Casner, A. J. ........ . Cassady, Frances. ..... . 279, 504, Cassell, C. W ...... 65, Cassidy, Frances. ..... . Cathcart, R. C. .... 381, Catherwood, Florence.. . Catherwood, Ruth ..... Caton, W. C. ,....... Cattron, J. C ........ Caughey, S. V. ,... . . . Cavalry ........,.... Cavalry Cadet Officers.. Cave, J. A ........... Cavins, T. P ......... 349, 470, Cawest, Jane ,........ 283, 368, 502, Caylor. A. C ......... Ca ylor, Sabra Cederblom, C .... .... Ce11a.G.. ,... Center, R. G .... Cermer, A. E .... Cerny, A. J ........... Cerzwin, E. P ..... Cessna, C. E ...... 380, Cha. L. H. ........ Chadsey, C. E ......,.. 385, 412, 573, Chadsey, M. S. .... 227, Chadwick, B. F. ....... . 456, Chaffer, W. D. ....... . Chalacomhe, C. N. .... . Chalk, D. ....... . Chalstrom, G. E. ...... . Chamberlin, S. J .... 66, Chambers, A. R.. . . 234, Chambers, Florence .... Chamy, L. ........ 428, Chan, W. M ......... Chandler, Lynette H... Chandler, M. E .....,. Channing, M. M. .... . Chao, F. L ........ Chapelle, Mabel. ...... . Chapin, E. W. Chapman, A. B Chapman, E.L .... 516, ...,.ss, 362' Chapman, G. E .... , H Cambio. O. D ........ . .65 Cameron. R. V. . ..... .431 Cameron, Winifred .... 496 Cameron, W. M .,...... 45 166, 180, 368, 434 Cameron, W. T. .,..... 162 409, 577 Camp. Mildred ......., 528 Campbell, A. H. ....... 482 Campbell, Barbara . .65, 500 Campbell, C. B .. .,.... 454 Campbell, C. W ......, 412 Campbell, D. W ....... 490 Campbell, E. Pauline.. . .523 Campbell, F. G ........ 338 373, 480, 576 Campbell, H. S ........ 331 431, 547 Campbell, J. B. ...,,.,.. 50 407, 415, 545, 601 Campbell, J. D ,.....,. 418 Campbell, J. O ..,. 414, 595 Campbell, Lois ,..,.., 514 Campbell, Louise ..,.. 539 Campbell, Ruth ...... 513 Campus Leaders ,..,... 171 Campus Sorielies ...... 543 Canavan, Myra. ....,.. 523 603,606 Cann, F. G .... ..... 2 26 228, 486 Cannon, W. E. ..... 65, 349 380, 457, 551, 581 Cantrell, Celesta ...... 603 Carbanel, N. . ......... 558 Carey, B. W., Jr. . .65, 452 Carlisle, Irma ..... . . . 499 Carlock, Mrs. Mabel ,... 385 Carlock, M. F ......... 422 Carlson, A. . .......... 490 Carlson, E. A. ...,...... 50 65, 382, 573, 582 Carlson, E. S. .... 167, 440 Carlson, E. T. ..... ....413 Carlson, G. V ...... 65, 564 Carlson, J. E .... ...... 4 52 Carlson, T. . .......... 489 Carman, A. P ......... 569 Carmichael, R. D. .459, 592 Carnahan, D. H. ....,.. 409 428, 601, 612 Carnahan, H. D .... 65,441 Carnahan, Margaret.498, 603 Carothers, B. M. ....... 381 Carow, T. M .......... 586 Carpenter, C. C. ....... 464 Carpenter, C. R. ....... 414 Carpenter, P. D. ....... 590 Carpio, G. . ........... 558 Carr, H. ............. 580 Carr, K. W ........ 65, 338 373, 456, 610, 614 Carr, Margaret ........ 496 Carr, R. F ............. 47 Carr, T. ............. 490 Carre, E. R ,...... 480, 560 Carrel, L. J ....... .416 496 i67 Carroll, Ellinore.. . . , Carroll, Marge ........ Carroll, Carroll, .65 Maxine ....... 505 M. F. ....... 50, 65 365, 491, 552, 602 Chapman, . . ..... . . . Chapman, M. ...,.... . Char, T. C. .... 66, 428, Chase, G. .......... . Chattin, E. P. ..... 213. Chauvet, F. ......... . Chen, H. K. ........ . Chen, S. C ........ . Chen, Y. H. ...... 552, Cheney, A. M ........ Cheney, W. B ........ 359, Cherrington, Iona B.66, Cherry, W. L. Chesler, M. ........ . Chiaverina, J. B .... 66, Chi Bela ............ Chi Epsilon . ........ . Childs, D ............ Childs, W. H ..,....,. Chinese Students Club. Chinn, Ada .......... Chi Omega .......,... Chi Phi .............. Chi Psi .............. Christensen, F. J ....... Chi Tau ............. Chladek, A. L ...... . . . 445, 593, Chladek, E. G ..... .... Chobot, J. S ......... Cholewinski, Z. F ...... Chow, B. F ........... PAGE 658 8554 Q Charles. J. E ......,... Charwell. Sylvia . ..... . 448 569 430 248 482 497 495 si 5 569 432 437 465 591 421 .ss 552 427 554 552 437 459 355 iso sos 456 163 448 592 605 sos 409- 349 .66 394 391' 418 .60 581 166 615 571 505 337 491 590 431 587 468 449 556 . 28 581 477 393 593 441 463 475 461 552 .66 412 532 562 561 556 514 599 462 556 327 551 381 556 440 456 594 594 556 401 325 490 439 613 556 556 556 482 .66 482 563 379 455 590 421 572 595 555 556 5 38 500 434 43 5 468 486 .45 602 445 490 . 66 556 continued Chow, L. G .......... Christensen, J. B., Jr.. Christenson, Blanche , . Christenson, F. J ...... Christenson, M. C ..... Christenson, P. A. .237, Christian, W. A. .... . Christianson, A. G .... Christie, Jean ...... 67 Christie, J. P ......... Chrysler, C. D. ...... . Chu, W. C. ......... . Chu, Y. S ,.......... Chulkoff, P. T. ...... . Gertrude. . 328 Chulock, Chulock, Gladys. ..... . Chumley, C. M., Jr.. .. Chung, L. .......... . Churchill, Alyce C .... . Chynowith, Margaret.. . Ciarlo, A. J .......... Circulo Espanol .... Cizek, E. J... .379, Clapp, C. F .......... Clapp, Juanita ....... Clare,A.R... Clarida, K. R. .... . Clark, A. H. ,... .. Clark, Alice ....... 67 Clark, C. E. ......, .. 364 566 Clark, C. L. Clark, E. C .... ,... Clark, E. J. ........ 67 Clark, Eleanor .. . . . . Clark, E. W .,........ 174, 205, 260, 330 370, 407, 449, 577 Clark, G. L. ...... - Clark, Iola . . . .. Clark, J. S.. . .469, 593 Clark, L. A ....... .67 Clark, Laura ...... 541 Clark, Marian .... .328 338 561 5i6 Clark, Mary ...... 534, 557, Clark, O. P ........ Clark, R. H. .... .. Clark, R. J ........ Clark, T. , ,441 593, 595 Clark, W. . ..,..... . . Clarke, Catherine ..... Clarke, F. M., Jr.. . 469 593 Clarke. M. J. .165: 401 Classen, Alice ,....... Classen, R. ......... . Class of 1929 .... .. Class oi 1930 ....... Class of 1931 ........ Classon, Fredericka .. . . Claussen. Charlotte .. . . Claypool, Louise . . .5l3, Clayton, Eleanor . .... . Clayton, Jennie . ..... . Clevelin, Ruth A. . . . . . Clem, Inez .... 528, Maria, B. A.. Clem ans, Clemens, E. C ........ Clemens, H. J ........ Clemens, V. A. ...... . Clement, J. A ........ Clement J. H ...213, R E Clift. L. Cline, Josephine ...... 237 Cline, L. S. ...... , Clinite, Ruth ......... Clinton, E. T. ...... .. 265, 440, 552 Clough, S. D ......... Cluster, L. L ......... 408 Cluts, E. A ........ 67 Coash, C. J .......... 407, 468 Coate, W. R ..... 380 Coatney, K. R ........ Cobb, H ............. Coble, J. A ......, Coble, Mary.. . .67, Cockrell, P. F. .... . . . . 562 Codner, E. E ...... 451, 554, 578 Cody, E. A .... ....... Coe, Doris ......... 68 Cofer, A. B ....... Cofer, Leona ...... Coffel, C. S .... 68, 205 420, 552, 572, 574 Coffey. Marr - ....... Coffey, Cohan, A .... ........ Cohan, Mirian .... Cohen, A. R. ..... . 536 W. C. ....... . iis Cohen, A. S. ........ . Cohen, B. ..... .. . . Cohen,H. 67: 556 540, 5 n 4 556 .67 508 .66 462 418 427 451 610 414 470 556 556 564 521 521 410 556 522 535 .67 561 427 452 552 466 419 590 527 586 489 569 434 496 .67 364 593 425 535 599 576 562 500 501 562 469 598 . . . .491 A. ........ 38,46 317 413 546 610 456 498 .67 599 469 535 437 .64 66 .67 552 557 561 534 535 515 555 603 614 .468 .67 581 411 564 379 506 416 530 205 596 423 323 607 586 .67 571 413 449 595 417 560 264 .68 593 436 516 585 553 407 582 .68 .47 455 525 455 479 594 469 Cohen, J. ........... 455 Cohen, L. N ...... 325 450 Cohen, S. ........ 324 450 Cohen, S. B. ....... 68 479 Cohen, S. J. ......... 594 Cohens, M. R .... 479 Cohn, Bertha ........ 526 Cohn, Blanche ....... 525 Cohn, Florence .... .68, 526 Cohn, J. L ........... 455 Colby, A. S .......... 413 Colby, W. G. .... 349, 563 Coldwell. M. I ...... . . 349 Cole, Edna .......... 505 Cole, Frances ........ 497 Cole, G. C ..... . . .324, 410 Cole, H. ............ 428 Cole. H. C .... .... 4 08, 595 Cole, H. W .......... 469 Cole, Mabel . .520, 538, 559 Cole, Ruth .......... 541 Cole. V. A. .......... 590 Colehour. J. R. .... 380,468 Coleman. A. L. ....... 381 Coleman, C. F ....,... 419 Coleman. G. H ....... 449 Coleman. W. C ..... .. 466 Colgan. F. W. ........ 468 Colgren, C. T ......,. 379 Colgren, M. F ,.... 379,421 Colitz, Phyllis . .... 165, 525 College Hall ......... 489 College of Agriculture . . .26 College of Commerce and Business Administra- flon ................ College of Dentistry . .... Callege of Engineering .. . College of Law ......... College of Liberal Arts and Sciences ......... 25 Colleg of Medicine . .... 35 Collier, Elizabeth ...... 541 Collins, C. A. .......... 68 177, 204, 249 348 443, 570, 579, 604 Collins, E. B .......... 595 Collins, Eunice ........ 496 Collins, F. M. ....... 50, 68 356, 357, 365, 407, 465 607, 24 34 College of Education .... 29 552, 574, 606, 613 Collins, L. H.. ........ 326 391, 422, 593 Collins, Lois . ...... 68, 529 Collins, S. J. .......... 381 Collins, W. L ...... 68, 346 370, 372, 512, 552. 593 Collinson, M. D .... 68, 459 Collison, T. F. .... 437, 548 ColloPY. Gladyce ...... .68 Collora, N. A ........ 262 Collord, E. W ........ 571 Colvin, C. C ......... 575 Colwell, R. F. ..... 356, 427 Colwell, W. ....... 68, 408 Combe, L. C ......... 586 Combs, Olive ........ 383 Comer, F. S .......... .68 401, 441, 565 Comings, E. W .... 437, 595 Commerce Council, The 345 Commons. G. D ...... 381 Conant, H. E ..... 379,427 Conard, Inez . ..... 280, 541 Conard, Vera ......... .69 Concannon, Winifred. . .69 539 Congregational House. . 531 Congregational Students Association ........ 563 Conibear, B. J ........ .69 348, 407, 416, 607 Conley, C. E ......... 416 Conley, Eleanor ...... 534 Conley, Marcella . .383. 535 Conley, T. J .... ...... 4 68 Conlin, G. T ...... 235. 468 Conlin, J. J ....... 167, 468 Conn, Avis .......... 614 Connel, F. E. ......... 468 Connell, Alice. ........ .45 50, 69, 278, 365, 495 . 501,615 Connelly, Marcella .. . . 509 Conner, Catherine . . .50 69, 365, 530, 534, 592 Conner, J. M ......... 359 Connor, R. A ......... 477 Connor, Ruth ........ .69 401, 503 Conover, R. J ......... 213 Conrad, D. R .... ..... 4 49 Conrad, G. S ........ . 478 Conrad, Katherine . .69, 522 Conrad, Lillian .... . . . .69 401, 531 Conrad, Marian E ..... 530 Conrad, Vera ........ 592 Considine, D. D., Jr.. . .165 330, 334, 490,610 THE HLIO 011929 INDEX OF Books AND PERSONS-continued Dantzig, Virginia .,.. Danzeisen, E. B. ..,.. . 401, Danzer. J. .,..... 265, Dare, E. ..,...... . Darmstatter, E. W.. .. 356, 357, 414, 545, Darnell, F. ....,.... 5 Darragh, Margaret E.. . Darwent, T. E. ..... .. Daubek, J. B ..,..,. . . Dauhers .......... Deutch, J. W. ...... . Drenckpohl, V. W. . . . Contrakor, G. B ..... . . .489 Cravens, J. E. ,...... . 425 Contratto, Norma ......, 69 Craver, Vir81n13 --f-- -71 534, 562, 603 164, 366, 508 Converse, P. D .... 462, 570 Crawford, 1'1- E- ----f 448 Conway, C. C ........ 483 Crawford, Irene . ..... 540 Conway, W. M ,....... 483 Crawford, Lura ..... 71, 501 Conwell, G. A .....,... 166 Crawford Margaret. .71, 502 368, 448 Craythorne, A. R .,.. . . 546 Cggk, B, L ,,,.,,. ,.,. 4 44 Creasser, C. H. ....... 440 Cook, Elizabeth .. .69, 507 Cress, E. E. ,....,..,.. 424 Cook, E. H ...... 381, 440 Crews, F. L.. . .71, 461, 611 Cook, G. R ....., ..,. 4 52 Crile, D. R. W. ...... 580 Cook, Lois .. ..... .... 6 9 Crissey, Marion . . .373, 608 281, 528, 530 Critchlow, H. .,,.... 551 Cook, L. R. ...... 379, 583 Crocker, Margaret. .Z82, 502 Cook, Martha .. . . .... 328 Croft, H. 0. ..... . . . 569 Cook, M. G. ........ 50, 69 Croft, F. .... 435 iso, 344, 354,407 Croft, R. s. ..., 409 439 545, 593 Crofton, Catherine .... .71 Cook, R. A., Jr .,..,... 436 Crofton, Evelyn . ..... 601 Cooke, C. E ...,....., 431 Croll, H. G. ..,...... 333 Cookman, W. C .... 69, 427 Crom, A- S ---'---f 72- 483 Cooling, A. A ..,...... 414 Cromwell, Ethel ,... 72 345 Coombe, J. V. ..... ....235 355, 551, 558, 615 Coombs, F. S .......... 321 Cromwell, Janet ....... 535 353, 413, 601 Cronin, J. ...,.,..,.., 436 Cooney, E. W .....,... 346 Cronquist, E. A. ,...... 424 Coons, C. C. .......... 458 Crook, Eleanor .... 289, 560 Coons, L. K ...... 381, 458 Crook, W. H. .... 331, 414 Cooper, A. E ......... 464 Cross, H. ..... 569 572 Cooper, D. H. ........ 467 Cross, Mabel .......,. 538 Cooper, D. L ....... 69 552 Crossman, R. S. ..... ,. 424 Cooper, Josephine ,.70 501 Crouch, L. M. ..... 72 480 Cooper, W. T ..... 475 595 Crowley, W. R.. . . .72 430 Cope, W.. .......... 473 Crull, H. E. ......... 595 Copeland, R. W. ..... 441 Crump, Betty .... .... 5 63 Copeland, W. J .... . . . 407 Copley, M. J ......... Corbett, J. P ......... Cordes, H. H. ....... . 488 Cordts, V. R. ....... . Corley, Mildred ....., Cornelius, C. M. ..... . Cornick, Sara . . .50, 70 354, 495, 502, 554 Cornthwaite, Miriam .. 5 .70 441 458 436 .70 522 426 .70 .70 352 565 70 Cruz, M. . ,..,.. . . . . Culhane, Catherine . . . Cullen J. W. ....... . Culley: c. T.. .45, ass, Cullman, D.- J. ,... . .. Cullison, C. C. ..... . Cullison, J. C..72, 353 Cullison,lg. S. ...... . Cullom. Culp, K. W.. . 164, 456 Cultra, Bernice ..... 72 Cummins, Louise ..... l'311CES .58 501 264 413 468 235 448 600 498 557 496 500 615 414 466 519 534 605 539 Correll, C. R. ..... 481 575 603, 606 Cortelyou, W. P.. .490 555 Cummins V. C. ... . .. Cortright, Queta ..... .70 Cummiskey, G. V.. . .. Corydon, H. H. ...,.. 486 Cunningham, Dorothy. Corzine, A. D. ....... .70 347, 480 575 Cunningham, E. .... . Cosmopolitan Club . . . 428 Cunningham, Grace .72 Costa, D. ......,.... 490 Cunningham, H. E. .. .22 Cothern, Alta ........ 541 37 412 Cotie, L. C.. ...... 432 Cunningham, N. M. .. 409 Cottingham, Alta ..... 539 Cupery, M. E. ........ 425 Cottington, R. W. .... 427 Curran, Doris ........ 288 Cottrell, Frances ...... .70 Curran, R. E. ....... 426 504 559 Currie, Gladys .... 506 615 Couch, M. C. .....,.. 485 Currie, Jean ..323, 506 534 Coughlan, Katherine .. 504 Currier, P. B. .,...... .72 Countryman, Carolyn. . .70 345, 570, 604 503 Curtin, H. C. ........ 466 Courter, A. O. .... 234, 239 Curtis, Carolyn ...... 505 Courtney, P. E. .... 326, 546 Curtis, D. B. . . . . . . 483 Cousley, P. S..379, 384, 475 Curtis, Florence . ..... 507 Covalt, Luella ..,.... .70 Curtis, Norma ....... 534 527, 530, 562 Curtis, Ruth ...... 535, 565 Covington, G. C., Jr... .70 Curtis, V. S. ..... 333, 420 578 Curzon, G. J. ........ 380 Cox, A. B. ........ 70, 552 Cushman, P. A ..... .. .72 Cox, B. A. .... ...... 4 37 585, 593 Cox, Evelyn ......... .71 Cutler, J. Y. ........ .45 512, 552,601 166, 368, 430, 547 Cox, F. A. .......... .71 Cutler, Rosalyn ....... 323 465 569,583 325,510 Cox, G. J. ...... .... 4 25 Cywinskik, C. A. ..... 586 Cox, J. D. ...,.. 437, 54 Cza'a W F Cox, Margaret. . . . Cox , Mary ...... x Olive ...163 CO. Cox,P.S. Cox, R. F. d Coza 381 Nita ..... Cozad: P. M. . . .. Crabb, Mildred . . . 7 ....517 ....515 322,596 .71,442 458,565 ....528 ....427 ....531 Czei-viinski, . . . D Dacanay, B. .... . . . Daclan, V. A.. .. . .. Dad 's Day ........... Daggett, Virginia . . . . .72 614 558 558 182 504 Crabb, R. C. .... ..... 7 1 Dahlberg, J. M. ...... 478 370 454, 593 Daib, W. F. ........ .72 Craft, L. M. ..... .... 5 83 Daib, W. J. ......... 584 Craig, C. C. .......... 591 Dailey, M. A.. .... 434, 593 Craig, Florence . . . 513, 562 Daily Illini, The ..... 320 Craig, H. W. . .71 205, 428 Daily, Verna ...., 495, 497 Craig, Maxine ...... . .513 Dalbeck, L. O. ........ .72 Crain, H. L. .......... 71 205, 248, 252 429 Crain, S. D. .......... 71 Daleo. M. J. .....- - 491 Cramer, Blanche .. .... 521 Dalziel, D. J ...... 331. 409 Cramer. Louise ........ 555 D'Ambrosio, A. ..... 205 Crandall, P. ......, 414 212, 217,436 Crandell, . S. ........ 572 Dammers, Ruth ...--- -72 Crane, Norma ........ 535 495, 520, 530, 615 Crane, R. J. .......... 205 Danely, Alfred C. ...- 409 212, 215, 475 Danforth, Grace V.. . . 505 Crane, W. P. ...... 71, 440 Dangremond, H. E.. . . 461 Cranston, Crystal ...... 535 Daniels, A. H. . - . -33, 414 Crathorne, Anne ...... 500 Daniels, M. D. .... 72, 552 Crathorne, A. R. ...,.. 411 Danielson, C. G.. ...- . 465 Crathorne, Mary ....... 71 Danks, Doris ...-- 333 364, 500, 596 Danner, E. . . .564, 569, 610 Davis: Catherine 's Daugherity, P. H..183, Daugherty, C. C. .... . Daugherty, C. W. . . . . Daugherty, L. C. . .166, Davanzio, D. J.. . .573, Davenport, Bernice . . . Davenport House ..... Davia, O. L. ....... .. Davidson, B. B. ..... . Davidson, E. L. .... 73, Davies, C. F. . .73, 559, Davies, F. M. ...... . Davies, J. B. ....... . Davis, Alice F..73, 495, Davis, A. M. ....... . Davis A. S. ........ . be Davis, C. B. ..... 473 Davis, , 175 ' 546 C. H. ..73 378, 379, 459, Davis, C. J. ........ . D .l Davis, . . Davis, D. M. ....... . Davis, Dorsan ....... Davis, E. M. Davis F. 1-1. ....... . Davis, Georgia ....... 599 Davis, G. V. ...,... . Davis, H. I. ........ . Davis, H. L. ....... . Davis, J. P. ...... 449 Davis , 1c. G. ..,.. 323 379. 444, 571, 607 Davis, Marjorie ..,... Davis, Mildred .... 73 Davis, N. H. ....,.. . 382, 437 Davis, R. A. ...... 38 Davis, R. E. ....... . Davis, T. J. .... . .. Davis ,U. R. Davison, C. .... . .... Dawson, H. G. ..... . Dawson, H. S. ...... . Dawson, Martha ..... Day, Dorothy ........ 1 4 s 4 1 1 1 v 1 s Day, F. H. ........ . Day, Gertrude .... 373, Day,K.W... Day, V. S. ......... . Day, W. B. ....... 32, Day, W. N. ....... . Dayton, G. R. ..,..,. . 382, 474, Deal, Margaret ....... Dean, D. I. ...... 338, Dean, Helen ......... Dean, M. E. ..... 379, Dean, P. J. ..... . Dean, S. E. ...... 249, DeAngelo, B. R .... . . . Dearborn, L. ........ . 412, 547, Dearborn, R. P. ..... . Dearth, Dorothy ...... 528, 555 Dearworth, H. J. .... . Deatherage, C. F.. . . . . 338 DeAtley, J. ...... , DeAtley, Nella ...... Debate, Varsity ...... DeBerard, Dorothy.335 DeBerard, E. ....... . Debo, D. S. ......... . Decker, D. D. ...... . Decker, Desmond ..... Decker, M. H. ..... 74, Decker, S. W. ...... . DeClercq, Elizabeth . . . De Cook. H. B.. . .471, DeCosted, E. L. ..... . 407, 466, 596. Deere, Lora ......... Deere, Mabel ........ 278 359 401 1 1 1 Deere, Norma Deeter, R. O ...... .... Degan, Bertha . . . . . Degan, D. A. .. Degen, Degler, De Hart, L. K .... .... Dehn, L. ...... H.E ......... G. .......... . Deimling, K. J.. . .176, 212, 218, 226, 229, Deisner, H. G. ..... .. kill .55 .73 437 572 461 165 546 P55 .73 501 470 333 612 408 489 431 368 581 518 532 468 484 384 609 462 324 522 473 446 .73 517 601 353 613 463 .35 332 535 421 429 534 612 612 594 590 571 380 610 534 280 . 73 564 480 478 468 462 580 614 336 497 .73 490 507 .73 578 590 490 .73 546 .73 442 529 580 490 408 490 331 595 411 .73 562 478 589 456 528 355 500 417 436 413 551 410 442 535 573 .74 602 603 163 538 538 265 510 .449 .450 471 .74 415 205 418 441 De la Bere, Frances ..... DeLap, J. H.. . . .. DeLatour, Ruth .. Delfos, F. P... . ,. Dell, R. J. ...-.--.-- -- 335, 444, DeLong, E. L. ....... . Delta Alpha Epsilon . . . Dcltafllpha Pi. . . Delta Ch: ............ Delta Delta Della ..... Delta Fraternity .... . . . Dclta Grtmma .l ....... Delta Kappa Epsilon .... Delta Mu Epsilon ..... Delta Phi ............ Delta Phi Epsilon Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Lambda . . . Delta Sigma Phi . Delta Sigma Rho . Delta Sigma Tau ...... Della Tau Delta ...... Delta Theta Epsilon .. . Delta Theta Phi ...... . Delta Upsilan ....... Dclla Zeta .......... DeMotte, L. G. ...... . 382. Demovsky, I. M. .... 74, Dempsey, E. J ........ Denekas, M. E. ...... . Denise, Cornise .... 741 Denison, C. B. ...... . Dennis, C. H. ...... . Dennis, W. J. ...... . Dennison, Ardis .... 74, Dennison. Lucille ..... Denson, Hazel ....... 323, Denvir, R. E .... ..... Deobald, H. J. ..... .. Depke, Herbert F.. . . . Der Deutsche Verein. . . Derby, R. O. . .... 381, Derby, W. R. ...... . Dermenr, H. E. ...... . DeRochi, P. E. ..... 74, Derr, P. H ......... 74,, Dertinger, G. S. ..... . Desai, G. V. ........ . Desmond, T. J. ...... . Dethmann, Dorothy . . . DeTrana. G. E. ..... . Deuel, Susan ...... 496, Deuss, E. ....... .... . Deuss, H. O. ....... . 380, Deutch, S. ....... 455, Deutsch, I. J. ...... 74, Devel, Susan ........ DeVito, T. ........ . De Voigne, Virginia. . . DeVry, W. ........ . Dewey, C. M. .... 265, 471, 479, 560. Dewey, D. L. . .74, 471, Dewey, M. A. ...... . DeWolf, J. W ........ 416, 564, 595, Dexter, C. W., Jr. . .74, Dial, Thelma ........ Diamond, Elsie ....... Dianis, A. E. ........ . Dibble. F. W.. ..... 74. Dick, T. C. ........ .. Dickerson, Bernice. . . . . . Dickerson, Margaret. . . . Dickinson, B. .... .... . Dickinson, B. F. ..... . Dickinson, C. F. ...., . Dickinson, F. G. ..... . Dickson, I. R.. .... . . . . Diekman. R. F .... Diener, E. L.. . . . Dienner, H. G ..... .... 518 430 498 428 181 612 441 465 488 466 511 484 502 418 600 454 526 588 475 451 608 470 408 573 478 420 512 .74 561 549 468 457 592 488 .47 490 535 535 325 512 436 614 409 565 469 463 .437 489 248 573 .74 248 534 586 560 582 587 326 455 549 489 603 589 504 437 355 606 560 381 337 599 121 560 521 432 481 435 504 .75 481 384 420 464 441 .75 410 565 Dierking, E. E. ...... 45, 75 407. 445, 577 613 Dieterich, E. F. ........ 580 Dilks, S. H ........... 579 Dillavou, E. R. ....... 448 464, 570, 571 604 Dillavou, W. ........ 448 Dillenbach, L. C.. .417 602 Dillner, A. E .... ..... 4 23 Dillon, C. E. ...... 75 572 Dillon, E. T. . ....... 552 Dillon, Jane ...... 506, 554 Dillon, W. K. ........ 449 Dine, W. C ....... 441 Dinse, H. O. .... . Distlehorst, H. . . . . Dittmar. G. W. Diver, G. L. ..... . Diver, E. ..... . Dixon, Genevieve . . Doak, W. F. ..... . Dobbins, L. O.. . . . Dod, K. C. .... . Dodge, A. F. 381 512 v 434 579 588 491 412 561 380 410 595 611 Dodge, Dorothy . .513 Dodge, H. A. ..... .. Dodge, R. C. ....... . Dodson, E. ....... 409 Doeblin, W. W. ..... . 321 Doepp, W. C. ....... . Doerr, C. G. ...... 75 Doescher, A. C. . . .413 Doescher, A. J. ..... . 413 Doherty, M. T ..... . . . Dolad, J. J. .... .... . Dolan, T. J .......... 421, 572 Deland, J. J.. .572, 593 Doll Show .... ....... Dolphins ............ Domke, L. C.. .75, 552 Domke, Ruth . .75, 520 Donahue, J. J.. ..... . Donaldson, Mae ...... Donaldson, Margaret .. Doner, R. D.. ..... .. Donigan, W. R. ..... . 426 Donovan, C. V.. . .4l0, Doolan, Irene ........ Doole, G. A. ...... 338 Doolen, P. D. ...... . Doolen, W. H. ..... . Dooley, Dorothy ...... Dooley, R. M. .....75 Doolittle, Mary. .... . . Doran, W. J. ....... . Dore, Esther ...... . . . Dore, Marybeth Dorjahn, J. A. ...... . Dorman, D. W. Dorman, H. P. ..... . Dorn, E. F. ......... . 177, 205, 226, 248, 253, 416, Dorner, H. B. ....... . Dorsey, S. H. ....... . 480, 382, Doss, Elsie .......... Daly, 1.. W. ..75, 482, Day, W. W. ..... 75. Dona. o. E. ...... 167, Douglass, Jane ....... Douglass, Julia ....... Douglass, Mary ...... 294, 212, Douthit, R. ........ . Dove, R. W.. .381, 477, Dow, W. B. ....... .. Dowell, N. ...... . Downey, Dorothy ..... Downey, Evalynn ..... 442 Downey, H. G... .. , Downing, R. H. .... .. Downs, W. B. ....... . Doyle, J. D. ....... . Doyle, W. L. . ..... . . Drach, G. E.. . .50, 365, Drake, Alida ...... 76, Drake, E. H. ........ . Drake, Ernestine . .... . Drake, G. F. ..... . . . Drake, H. A. ....... . Drake, R. T. ..... . . . D ,J' L. ...... . rayer can 437 Dreman, C. C. . 76, , Dremann, F. F. ..... . Dremann, H. E. .... . Drenckpohl, E. J. ..76, Dresbach, H. M ....... Dressler, G. M. ...... . Drever, J. B. ........ . Drew, E. H. ....... . 447, 229, Drew, Hazel ......... Drews, Dorothy .... 533, Dreyer, G. P. ...... . Dreyer, I. ...... . . . . Droba, H. J. ....... 76, Drosdolf, M. . ...... . 76 Drozdowtiz, Bernice . , Drum, D. A ........ 76. Drummond, R. M.. . .. Drury, S. J. ........ . . Dry, Arline . ....... . . Dry,L.R.... Dry, Vaille ...... 507, Dubach. F. E. ..... .. Dubin, E. A.. . . . .428, Dubson, Thelma E.. .76, Dudley. A. ......... . Duell, Harriett ....... Dueringer, Gladys .... Dueringer, Julia ..... Dueringer, W. F. . . . . 475, 593, Duess, E. E. ...... 205, Duff, J. B. .....,.... . Duffy, Frances ..... 76, Duffy, Helen ........ Duffy, R. .... sas, 546, 1 1 1 s 552 424 590 595 .75 601 580 475 547 165 545 462 569 372 574 602 285 582 602 554 436 .75 383 514 437 237 595 612 496 426 248 227 .75 601 507 425 535 535 590 491 586 162 228 577 609 .75 575 507 555 589 435 502 538 .76 295 437 490 418 478 562 603 555 381 588 436 436 579 532 444 527 595 489 451 515 571 579 456 447 447 451 .76 439 226 573 538 606 587 594 588 595 525 449 431 464 513 590 609 414 595 519 473 505 .76 .76 .76 599 262 490 559 524 584 PAGE 659 445 381 Elwell, R. F. 584, THE 11110 011929 Du Guid, Geraldine .... Dull, C. E. ..4.,.... . Dull, R. C. ...,..,. . Duller, Susan ........ Dulsky, S. ..,..,.,, . DuMont, M. S.. . . Dunbar, Louise .... Duncan, C. E. .... 381 Duncan, C. K. ,..... . Duncan, Dorothy ..,., Duncan, R. D. . . .. Dunford, J. M..76, Dungan, G. ,.... . Dunham, C. F.. . .. Dunlevy, Catherine Dunlop, Catherine . Dunlop. S. G. .. . . Dunn, L. D. .... . Dunn, Melba .371, 495 Dunn, Ruth . . .77, 289 Dunn, W. W. ...... . 288 468 359 511 166 Dunston, J. M.. ,.... . Dunteman, O. F.. . . . . 426 Durdin. A. C. III ..... Durham, D. G. ...... . Durrstein, V. L. .... .. Dutour, E. M. .... 77 Dutton, C. E. ..... 321 Dutton, F. ......... . Duvall, F. ...,... . Duvall, Helen .... Duvall, W. H. ,.,.. . Dvorak, R. F..205, 353 379, 380, 382, 384 546, 582, 593, 600 Dwyer, L. T. ...... .. .77 528 Dyas, F. .,.......... . Dykema, C. H. ..... 77 330, 334, 407 546, 563, 610 E Eadie, R. B. ,..,.. . . . . Eads, Marianna ....... Eads, Mary ....,.. 498 Earle, F. B. ......... . Easley, M. M. ....... . Eaton, B. G. .... . Eaton, J. S. .214, Ebbert, J. H. ,..... 77 Ebeling, Irene .... 324 512 Eberdt, Wilda .... Eberhardt, E. ,... . Eberling. Irene .... Eberspacher. E. C.. Eckert, C. E. Eckert, C. H. .. . . Eckstrand, R. L ...... . Economos, J. ....... . Eddie, T. S .... .,.... Edel, F. W. ........ . Edelmann, E. O. .... . Edelson, I. ......... . Edelstein, Adrienne , . . Edfors, E. J. ........ . 335 237 . . . . .442 442 Edgett, G. L .... ...,.. Edidin, B. M. ...... .. Edinburg, J. .....,.. . Edmonds, Evaline ..... R. H.. . .379 Edmunds, Edwards, C. F. ...., 166 368 Edwards, Dorothy .,.. Edwards, E. E. ...,. . Edwards, F. J. .... 354 Edwards, H. H. .... . Edwards, R. B. .... 77 Edwards, R. L. ...... . Eells, Helen ,........ Egbers, Marjorie ...... Eggers, H. W .... , . . . Eggleston, Marian , . , . Ehahl, E. E. .,....,. , Ehlers, C. F. ........ . Ehlert, F. T.. . . . . Ehman, Evelyn ....... Ehman, R. G. ..,... . Ehman, S. F. .... . Ehnborn, G. B ..... Ehrenreich, L. S. .... 77 Ehret, K. E. ........ . . 379 Ehrlich, R. E. ...... .. Eicholtz, Pearl ..... 77 Eidman, Mary Ann .... 163, 164, 179 gilers, .......... xpper, . . ....... .. Eisenberg, B. ....... . Eisenstein, H. ....., . Eisenstein, I. ..... 380 Eisenstein, M. W. .. . . Ekblaw, S. E. ...... , . 357, 422, 560 Ekholm. R. O. ...... . Ekins, H. W ....... .. Eklund, Stina . . . . . Ekovitch, B. L .... .. Elder, A. L.... 3 1 t v i r r t n v 3 533 439 439 502 487 490 520 416 442 533 430 552 457 604 509 551 590 441 509 530 435 477 338 553 77 468 413 477 409 553 467 378 466 606 444 591 265 457 614 490 289 603 591 445 412 416 436 325 552 535 595 323 459 555 555 591 164 465 441 425 438 521 590 592 479 594 502 384 .45 414 529 77 439 466 422 444 529 497 587 505 591 451 213 534 592 380 384 438 475 453 513 .45 498 490 470 594 .77 453 594 356 606 423 454 534 552 458 INo13x OF Boolcs AND PE1zsoNs-continued Eldred, Lane ..,....... Electrical Engineering Society . ......... . . Elias, L. E. .... .... . Elich Elizabeth . .... . 1511.112 F. 1-1. ,,..., . 263, 482, Eller, Edythe ..... 534, Ellilf, Elliott, A. B. ....... . N. T. ....,.. 77, Ellio r, A. W. ...... . t Elliott, Dorothy ....., 495, 511, Elliott, G. B. ...,... . 358, 445, 570, Elliott, Grace ........ Elliott, Harriett . . . . . . Elliott, M. J. ...,. . Elliott, N. 8. .... 422, Elliott, Rose ....., . Elliott, R. V. ..... 293, Elliott, W. A. .... 249, Elliott, W. T. . .,.. ,. Ellis, A. H.... Ellison, S. .... ,. . Elman,E. L. .. Elman,F. J. .. Ely, Harriett J. ..... . Embree, W. W. .... .. Emera .,........ .... Emerson, E. K. ...... . 554, 569, Emery, E. D. ....,. 78, Emig, H. M. ....... . Emmel, V. E. ....... , Emrich, D. M..78, 552, Emrich, E. E. . .... .. Endres, Luella .... . . . Engbrecht. J. C. ..., 78, Engelsman, C. P. .... . Enger, M. L., .424, 569, Engineer: ........... Engineer Cadet Officer: 412 556 491 512 77 582 550 579 574 435 165 615 .77 604 511 513 446 574 .78 446 468 449 .491 .450 453 440 .419 505 .78 530 .78 578 588 590 586 602 435 528 584 441 602 393 393 Engineering Council, The 346 Engineering Honors . . . Engineers' Dance ..... England, Idris W. .... . Engleshart, M. ..... . 399 372 .523 Engle, S. H.. ...... 78, 456 473 458 Englis, D. T..425, 437, English, E. H. ...... . English, H. A. .... English, J. F. ...... 78, English, W. J. ..... . 370, 409, Engstrand, Elizabeth ,. Ennis, C. J. ...... . Ennis, E. H. ..... 333, Enns, Mildred ....... Enns,W. G. ., Enochs, C. H..262, 466, Enright, Eunice .. ,328, Enriquez, F. ..... 428, Ensign, N. E. .... 358, Ensign, N. W. ...... , Enlerpriser, The ..... Enthwistle, Alice ..... Eovaldi, Louise .... Ephgrave, G. G.. . . , 332 Eppenstein, Sylvia .,.,. Erenburg, L. M. ,.... .. Erickson, F. P. ...... . Erickson, J. O. ...... . Erisman. R. O. ..,... . Erlich, Leonore ,...... Ermeling, H. J. .... 78, Ermentraut, H. . . . Ermentrout. R. A. . , Ernst, D. E. ........ . 486 Erwin, C. S. ........ . Erwin, H. P. ...,.,. . Erzinger, Isabel .,., 78, Esdohr, Grace ...... Eskilson. Ethel .,.,. 78, Espey, F. S. ........ . Espinosa. Carmen . . ESPY- W. N. ..... , Esterdahl, C. I. .... 381, Eta Kappa Nu ....... Etzbach, Frances ..... 569 Eustis, H. H. .... Evans, E. G. .... . . . Evans, 1. W. ..,.... . Evans, Mrs. Laura . . . Evans,L.P..,..... Evans, M. O. .381, 430 Evans, V. D. . . 338, 382, Everett, Maria .... Everett, R. M. .. . . Everha rt, G. . .... Eversman. Ruth . .. Ewald, Ewert, Esther .... H. B.. . . Ewini, J. M. . . Ewing, Ewing, Exley, R. H. . . . . Ruth ,.... W. M. .... , '426 579 444 436 441 440 .78 593 527 44 413 511 78 582 522 558 569 445 336 561 372 470 384 381 553 1426 .413 521 590 614 585 448 420 442 500 504 557 78 511 578 448 583 323 79 591 408 22 227 563 79 575 507 608 553 504 535 424 79 671 534 335 Eycleshymer, Lois , . . . . Eyer, L. B. ......... . F Fadin, N. .... 384, 455 Fagan, May ......... Fager, Emma ...... Fager, Louise ...... Fagerburg, A. T. .... . Fagerburg, R. N. ..,. . Fagin, K. M. ..., .. 519 379, 380 Fahlstom, S. M. ..... . Fahnestock, M. K..569 Fahsbender, Myrtle . . . 165, 323, 336, 518 Fairfield, D. W. ..... . 176, 205, 234 237, 243, 246 Fairlie, S. W..235, 429 Faissler, J. J. ....... 79 Fait, Catherine . ..... . Faiwell, R. ..... . . . Falls, F. H... .. Falstein, E. .... . . . Fantus, H. S.. . . Fara, F. J. .... .... . Fara, Julia ....... . . . Fardig, F. F. ....... 79 Faricy, G. A ...... .... Faris, R. M. ....... . Farlow, M. W. ..... .. Farm Hour: . .,.,,.. . Farmer, W. H. .,.... . Farnham, Billie ..,.... Farnham. C. H. .... . Farrar. Erville . ,,.., . Farrell, Alice. .... . Farrell Esther ,,... Farrell, R. W. . 174 183, 279, 5oo 369 Faucett, M. A. ..... .. Faulkner, C. S.. . . . Fawcett, Mary .... 495 Fay, A. L. ...... 381 Fearer, G. W .... ..... Fearno, J. W .... . . Fedder, Ruth ..... 163 289, 330, 533 Fee,Mary Fegenhols, I. D.. .. Feickert, C. W.. . . .237 Feild, Nelle ......... Feiman, D. .... .... . Feldman, Jean. . . .. . Feldman. Jennie . . .. Felipe, F. ...,. . . . Felsher, M. .... . . . Felt, K. Y. .... Felts, D. ........... , Felts, J. K. ...... . 587 Ferguson 457. Felzman, G. ........ . , Frances .. 401, 535, Ferguson, P. A. ..... . Ferguson, Sulan ...... Fernald, C. R. ..... 410 Ferris, V. T. ..,,,.. .. Fessant, Dorothy ..... Ferterolf, J. A. ...... . Fetterolf, L. D. ..... . Fetters, J. L. ..... . Ficker, Helen .533, Fielden, O. G .... ..... Fields, K. E. ..... 420 Fields, M. J. .... . Fierke, M. B. .... . Fierke, W. F. ....... . 561 553 337 Fietsch, F. W. ....... . Fife, R. R. ......,... . Filbey, Dorothy ...... , 551, 554 Filbey, E. J. .... ..., . 464, 570 Fildes, V. S. ........ . Filson, J. E. ........ . Filson, Finch, Helen . ...,. Finch, J. M. ..... 380 Fineman, I. ......... . Fink, Margaret ....... Fink, M. C. .... . . . Fink, Serene ......... Finkelstein. E. ...... . Finn, C. E. ........ . Finn, R. G..50, 79, 181 248, 344, 401, 407 Finnegan, Lucile ..... Finnell, Annastasia Finnell, Julia ........ Finnell, M. C. ...... . 166, 368 Finney, H. A. ...... .. Finnicum, Margaret . . . Firchau. Adeline ..... Fisch, M. E ...... .... W. T. ...... . 334 Fischer, C. O. ...... . Fischer, C. S. ...,. 80 PAGE 660 i 5 498 .79 546 539 .79 564 446 446 327 470 591 578 163 604 .79 236 434 547 414 511 484 613 594 479 456 511 382 435 425 379 442 490 496 576 534 .79 182 615 167 449 481 409 517 467 418 579 175 564 538 455 462 559 594 501 526 558 549 422 601 79 593 477 .79 601 585 534 607 418 79 380 569 482 565 553 547 424 463 476 .412 473 511 615 459 604 381 478 478 496 421 450 534 553 526 554 381 205 436 511 534 534 .45 , 456 441 530 79 594 .44 380 Fische Fischer Fische Fische Fischm r, J. .......... . r, Marguerite ,L. G. ....... . r, V. N. ..... . ann, E. W. .,.. . Fish, C. M. .. 264, 435, Fish, L. H. ....... . . Fishback, C. F. 80, Fishbaugh, Katherine .. Fisher, Beatrice .... Fisher, D. M. . . . Fisher, Dorothy .. Fisher, E. C. .. .. 407, 409, Fisher, F. R. . Fisher, G. R.. . .80 Fisher, H. A. .. Fisher, H. R. . 80 Fisher, L. S. ..... . Fisher, N. F. .... . Fisher, R. B. ..... . Fisher, R. E. .... Fisher, R. W.. .80 Fisher, S. .,.... . Fisher, Virginia . . . Fisher, W. F. . . . Fishman, 1. Fitchner, E. E. Fitchner, G. .... . Fitz, E. ........ . Fitzer, W. S. .... . . 342, 366, Fitz-Gerald, G. H. Fitzgerald, J. B.. .. Fitz-Gerald, J. D. Fitz-Gerald, J. E. . . Fiuden, O. C. . . . . Fix, J. L. .,.... .. Fixmer, J. P.... . .. Flagg, J. S. ..... , Fla8B. W. G. ..., . 337, Flanders, C. N. . . . Flanders, D. P ..... Flannigan, J. I.. . . '86, 456, 414, 445, 414, 407, .80, 248, 467, 467, 473, 661, 419, 480, 417, Fleck, F. M. ...... 80, Fleming, G. T. .... 423, Fleming, Lois ....... Fleming, Naomi ,.,. 80, Fleming, V. R. . . .46O, Fletcher, Florence .. Fletcher Fletcher ,G.B. ,L.W..80, Fletcher, Mary ..., Flick, G. ........ . Fling, K .... .. Flint, K. C. ..... . Floberg, R. A., . . .. Floreth, Floricultural Club .. Flowers, M. H. .. . Flowers, W. M. . . . Flutcher. C. A .... . Flynn, P. J. ..... . Flynn. W. D..452, Foelschow, Linita. . . Foley, Anne ...... Foley, E. ......,, , Folkers, E. C. Folkers A , K. . . . . . Fooks, K. G. ..... . Football, Varsity ., Foote, Constance . . . Foote, E. L. ..... . Foote, R. E. ..... . Footit, F. C.. .166, Foran, M. J ......, Forbes. S. A. ..... . Ford, Carlotta .. . . . Ford, Kathryn .... Ford, K. R.. ..... . Ford, R. B ....... Ford, R. M .....,. , Ford, S. G . ...... Ford. W. L. .... . Forde, R. L ...... Fordon, Marcella. . Foreen, S. ...... . Forrest, A. G ..... 407, Forrest, Betty . . . Forsberg, N. E. .. Forsyth, D. , . . . . . Forsyth, Fayrlene.. Forsythe, Josephine. Forsythe, W. D . . 249, Forward. R. T ..,. Fosha, O. F. ..., . Fosnaugh, I .... 81, Foss, W. M ...... Foster, A. E. . . .. Foster, Beatrice . 553, 561, 602, 593. 412, 469, 382, 571. .81, 338, .81, 474, 594 381 518 491 594 205 577 482 353 515 282 525 479 288 so 593 486 545 465 552 565 586 349 547 458 479 504 466 380 80 6,02 533 164 424 so 666 588 427 612 613 489 582 452 326 so 552 459 421 166 547 584 491 507 561' 602 511 330 599 495 589 419 469 547 595 553 379 454 .81 435 443 593 519 535 587 442 458 553 212 507 430 481 467 557 408, .81, .. . .414 ..505 167, 432, 379, 425, 418, 214, f81, 416, 443 470, 81, 81, 603, 524 595 384 446 449 579 552 533 489 .81 425 515 439 178 507 501 162 584 .81 474 582 548 555 534 605 Foster, E. ........ 563, Foster, Evelyn ........ Foster, G. W .... .... Foster, H. . ........ . . Foster, Isabell' ........ Foster, L. O.. .464, 570, Foster, ......... Foster, Foster, W. T .... Foulks, Helen. ....... . Fouts, L. W .... ...... R. G. Ruth Fowler, B. D ......... Fowler, B. L. . .81, 554, Fowler, R. R. ....... 81, Fox, Alberta ..,....., Fox,A. Fox, E. D. ...... . . . Fox, E. R ............ Fox, Katherine .....,. 401, Fox, Laura . .....,.. . . Fox, R. A. ..... ...81, 349, 407, 412, Fradin, Janet ,.... 521, Frakes, M. .......... . Francis, Margie ....... Franck, A. H.. .. ... Frank, R. ..,........ . Frankel, S. . ,..... .. Franklin, E. F ...... 82, Franklin, Helen ....., Franklin, J. L. ....... . Franklin, Ruth ....... 333, 368, Franz, Marie. ........ . Frary, D. D .... ...411, Fraser, Margaret ...... Frasor, F. J. ......... . Fraternities ..... . . . Frazier, Emma ....... Freda, A. . ....... . . . Fredell, Ruth L ....... Frederick, C. H ....... Frederick, J. H., Jr.,8l, Fredericks, C. H ...... Fredericks, W. ...... . Freed, B. . ...... . . . Freed,E..... Freed, R. B ..... .. Freeland, B. .... . . . Freeland, G. P. ...... . Freeman, Catherine Freeman, Gladys . .... . Freeman, R. C ..... 454, Freemon, L ........... Freer, Louise .......... 339, Freese, Mary ...... 561, Freese, Ruth ..... , . 289, 383, 385, Freevol, Erma ,... . . . Freevol, Gertrude . Freilirh, E. B ..... . . . Freis, J. M ....... . . . French, A. B ,..,. .... 205, 212, 216, French, Hazel .... .328, French, Irene .... ...... Frentzel, W. . ...... . . . Freshman Football Coaches ............ Freshman Fralic ....... Freshman Varsity Football Squad ...... Frew, C. A. .......... . Frick, H. E. ......... . . Fried, H. B ....... 325, Friedberg, F ........... Friedl, J. L .... ........ 330, 344, Friedlander, S. M. . .82, Friedleen, Myrtle ...... Freidlin, Rose ......... Friedlob, F. M. ....... . Friedman, B. S ...... . . . Friedman, C. H. .... 82, 342, 353, 354, Friedman, Dorothy .510, Friedman, H. E ....... Friedman, M. ....... . Friedman, S. S ......... Fries, A. C. ..... .. . . Fries, J. M ...... .... Fries, R. L ......... . . . Frings, C. V. ......... . Frison, Genevieve ...... 590 516 480 589 498 604 415 520 408 538 227 460 607 334 551 456 227 475 .81 532 539 348 545 553 477 535 436 438 438 426 510 478 166 525 .82 547 282 449 405 603 467 501 611 573 464 589 555 563 82 431 570 611 535 502 612 430 293 603 562 82 559 506 506 594 593 177 466 541 514 420 213 369 213 .82 485 595 333 162 435 472 525 328 455 595 177 550 557 484 549 453 381 82 552 571 503 Frison, T. H .......... 427 603 Fritz, Erna ........... Frost, M. I ........... 593 .373 , 602 Fruin E. G ....... .338 610 ' 347, 469, 576, Fruin, L. T ........ . . . Fry, Edna ............ .214 Fruland, D. A. .... 332,414 500 515 Fry, Jeanette .......... . Fuchs, Norma ......... Fulkerson, Dorothy ..... Fullenwider, H. S. .423, 526 540 564 F35 Gamma Al ha Chi . Guyer S H 595 503 Gates, Helen . ....... . Gazley, W. .......... Glisch, .47 .48 424 337 610 THE ILLIO OF 1929 Fullenwider, Leah ...... Fuller, B. .,.,......, . Fuller, H. E. ...... 3261 Fuller, S. V .....,..... Fullerton, G. G ,....... Fullerton, Frances.. . . . . 502, Fulling, B. C.. .az, 205, 373, 407, 442, Fulton, R. B. ....... . . Fulton, W. J .....,... 265, Fultz, Arla ...,..,. 82, Funk, W. L ,....., 485, Funke, Marie .,.... 82, Funkhauser, F. M.. . .. Furby, R. L ....... Furby, S. B ...... 166, Furness, J. E ......... Fuson, M. J ...,. .... Fuson, R. C ..... .... G Gadient. A. H ........ Gaebe, O. F .......... . Gage, J. C ............ Gain, J. E ,.....,. 426, Gairing, G. C ..... 83, Galbreath, L. T ...,.... Gale, Alice ....... 514, Gale, C. B. ...,..., 83, Galinato, J. G. .... 552, Galinato, S. ....,.... . Gallaher, Virginia ...... Gallie, D. M ..,....... Galloway, A ........... Galloway, G. M. ...... . 548, Galst, Libby . . .83, 510, Galvin, Gamble, D ........ 229, p .. . . . Gamma Epsilon Pi. .... . Gamma Eta Gamma .... Gamma Phi Beta ....... Gamma Pi Upsilon ...., Gamma Theta Pi ....... Gannaway, J. W., Jr... Ganschinietz, Gretchen. . 530, Ganschinietz, R. F. .... . Ganschow, C. ..... 584, Ganster, W. A.. . . .380, Gansz1 C. W ........,. Ganzhorn, P. A ........ Gara, E. .....,...... . Garbe, Esther ..... 83, Gurbe, R. 'W ..... :432, Garbisch. Erma .... 495, Garcia, P. A .......... Gard, Alice... Gard, L. E ....,, . . . Garclella, L. .......... . Gardner, B. J .......... Gardner, C. O ......... Gardner, Lucia .,...... Garfinkle, L. . ....... .. Gargoyle ............ Garland, G. H ..... . . . . Garland, Winnifred.. . . . Garlich, E. H. ........ . Garms, Hilda ......... Garner, D. S .......... Garretson, R. C ........ 430 , 610, Garretson, W. G ....... 454 , 596, Garrett, L. A. ...... 83, Garrison, Laura .... 530, Garrison, V. ...... . . . Garrity, J. W. ...... . M.E ........., 511 443 409 .82 604 .82 563 347 582 412 205 412 499 614 609 556 580 429 460 441 425 411 338 418 553 465 .83 562 439 558 558 496 588 587 463 614 550 589 420 604 599 579 507 458 524 83 462 83 562 440 595 409 449 434 428 501 558 512 .83 .83 418 546 511 549 596 454 .83 507 347 538 491 336 613 .83 602 417 562 248 436 Garrity, Margaret ..323,506 497 Garver, Willa ........ Garvey. Helen . ..... .. Gary, E. ,.......... . Gasaway, Charlotte .... 336, 513, Gaston, M. . ....., 515, Gaston, J. M ......... 488, Gaston, Mary ........ Gates, C. E. ......... . Gates, Margaret ...... Gathercoal, E. N ...... Gau er, G. W ..... Gaullrapp. H. W... , Gault, W. C ......... 442 Gaut, L. ........... . Gebhardt, C. F ..... 84, 465, 578, Gehant, C. F ......... Gehant, W. D ...... .. Gehrs, Ruth . ...... 84, Geiger, P. B. ....... .. 382, Geisert, H. L ......... .83 591 .84 615 553 356 595 511 442 541 513 590 .84 560 4 9 ..84 .84 612 381 444 459 INDEX or BooKs AND PERSONS Geisler, B ......,.... Geissendoerfer, T. J .... 465 Geist, H. W ...... Geline, D. A ...,.,... Geller, G. .......... . Gengler, R. ... Gentilini, C. . . . Geobel, E. C ...... George, E. M.. , . . George, Gerard, K. C ..... .84 Gerber, J. J .... ...... Gerfen, C. A .... .. . Gerhold, C. C . .... . Gerhold, Esther V.. 84 Gerhold, R. E .... 445 Gerlach, H. F.. . . . Gerno, M. . Gerwig, F. W. .... . Getz, M. ....,... . Ghent, B. L .... Ghent, Leah .. . . . . Ghent, Nina ....,. Glachini, P. D ..... 372. Gianetti, C. . .... .. Gibble, P. A. ..... . Gibbons, A. ...... . Gibbons, J. J ...... 664 489 401 Gibbs, G. H. ....... . Gibbs, Mae . ........ . Gibbs, R. .l. ....... 332 Gibbs, W. . .... . . . Giberson, Irene.. . . . Gibson, Marjorie .. Gibson, Gibson, R. C ....,. Sara ....,. 554 457 1 1 1 1 1 Gibson, S. J. ..... . . . . Gieger, M. L .... ..... Giertz, Margaret .... 84, Gifford, E. W. .84, 574, Gilford, Gertrude ..... Gilford, J. Ma ....... 572, Gilbertson, Alyce ..... Gilchrist, Mildred .. . . . Gilchrist, Virgil. .... .. Gilfillan, P. M ....... Gililand, E. ...... ... . Gill, Ethel ....... 528, Gill, G. D ........ 214, Gill, Greta .......... Gill, H. L ........ 205, Gili, J. G. ........,. . Gill, Lillian . ,..... . . . Gill, V. A ......... 84, Gillen, Dolores ....... 553, Gillen, T. A. ..... 413. Gillespie, Lillian .. . . . . Gillick, Helen . ..... .. Gilman, A. T ..... 354 Gilman, Bertha ....... Gilman, C. C. ...... . Gilman, M. G ........ Gilmore, Ethel .... Gilmore, J. H ..... 165 Gilpin, Nan ....... 85 Gilroy, Cecile ...., 45 165, 497, 554 Gimlin, F. G. ........ Gimre, C. .......... . Gingrich, C. ........ . Ginie, M. C. ...... 248 Ginsberg, Sarah .... 534 Ginsburg, L. L .... .... Gioconda, Angela . .534 Girsberger, Ruth .... 85 Gittler, Esther ....,... 495, 526 Glade, H. A. ....... . . 547 Glantz, N. A. .45, 164 342, 366, 445 Glasgow, Olalla . . . Glass, R. C .... .... 4 28 Glass, W. E .......... Glassman, F. . ...... . . Glecltler, Ethel ........ Virginia ...... Ruth . .166, 504 Gleim, Glenk, Glenn, E. J .,...... 85 Glenn, Margaret ..,... 289, 496 Glenn, Mary . ....... . Glenn, R. ..... .. Glessner, C. . . . Glick, F. S ..... Glidden, F. D ........ Glidden, J. G. ....... . H.S ......... Glodkowslcis, Elizabeth . Glour, A. R ......-- -- Glos, Helen ...... 502 Glos, W. G ....--- - -- 164. 173. 366 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 448 476 557 451 453 430 595 381 557 452 414 469 440 84 565 602 321 588 443 611 479 381 534 533 165 552 489 162 436 .84 592 468 530 435 552 609 535 552 535 559 444 520 593 .84 412 574 529 518 530 473 595 555 410 496 234 553 553 573 509 561 602 534 496 424 .85 435 481 .85 409 515 164 615 465 420 588 573 562 484 562 518 165 550 416 595 180 577 519 437 587 594 534 505 615 489 .85 541 496 595 589 489 418 416 424 562 491 560 .45 430 410 Gmelich, R. M.. ---- --- Goad, Frieda ...... ---- Gooble, W. E ..... 327 Goben, Mary. . .85, 355 Goble, G. W .... , . 358, 359 Goddard, R. F ...... 85 265, 407, 454 Godman, E. D ....... .. Godow, Mariam ....... Goebel, R. H ..... . . . Goedde, E. ......,.. . 1 1 1 600 204 579 205 593 435 526 449 445 Goff, C. C ......... 85, 581 Golf, Eva .... ...... 5 40 Golf, L. E. .. 485 Goglin, R. .... ... ... 589 Golan, N. L. ......... 450 Goldberg, Bernice ..,.. 510 Goldberg, F. A ....... 479 Goldberg, M. A. ...... 453 Goldberger, S. M ..... 594 Goldblatt, Naomi . .... 525 Golden, Karma ....... 163 181, 322,503 596 Golden, L. D. . ....... 569 Golden, Marjorie ..... 383 523, 554 606 Golden, R. M ........ 354 Gold Feather: ........, 283 Goldfinger, Adele. ..... .85 525 550 Goldman, M. S ....... 420 593, 601 Goldsmith, B. E. ...... .85 Goldsmith, P. A ...... 472 Goldstein, E. . ........ 489 Goldstein, G. A.. . .325, 472 Goldstein, G. C ....... 336 Goldstein, Lillian ..... 85 495, 521 Goldstein, Mary . . .525, 552 Goldstene, J. K. ...... 450 Goldstine, R. ..,,.... 455 Goldstine, S. . ........ 455 Goldwater, R. W ,,... 409 Gollings, F. J. ...,. 436, 610 Golob, H. ............ 484 Gomberg, D. . ........ .85 Goodall, C. S. ..... 408, 547 Goodell, M. E ........ 502 Goodell, Mary ....... 554 Goodell, W. A. ....... 551 Goodenough, G. A. .... 204 414, 569, 578 Goodfellow, Florence . . 539 Goodman, Alice.. . .530 615 Goodman, Grace .. . .86 530 Goodman, Margaret . . . 498 615 Goodman, S. . ..,..... 450 Goodwin, C. O. . . .356, 451 Goodwin, J. W. ...... 452 Goodwin, Katherine . . . .86 495, 506 Goodyear, Elizabeth.. . . 535 Goodyear, Gertrude . . . .86 Goold, Mildred .. . .540, 562 Goold, Rachel .,.. .540, 562 Goranson. R. .... ..... 4 67 Gorden, Cecile ....... 525 Gordon, K. .......... 412 Gordon, L. J .....,... 205 212, 600 Gordon, Libby ....... 535 Gordon, Marion .. .383, 534 Gorenstein, B. .... 333. 487 Gorman, Margaret. .3232 502 Goslin, L. A ......... 590 Gottlieb. A. M ....... 487 Gotsch, H. E. ..... 474, 553 Gotschall. .l- C. .,., 401 Goudie, H. H., Jr .... .86 Gould, R. E .....,.... 463 569, 578 Gould, W. B ......... .86 490, 583 Goulding, Alice . ..... 496 Goulding, Helen . ..... 514 Goulding, L. A .... 474, 557 Goutevenier, C. A ..... .86 Gowin. C. A ......... .86 Grab. Evelyn . ,....... 510 Grable, L. .. ..,.... 86, 205 212, 219, 457, 551 Grabowslti, M. ..... 86, 585 Grace, H. W ,... ...., . 86 Graduate School ....,. .33 Grady, W. J ..... ..., 4 36 Graesele, Alice .... .534, 562 Graf, Thelma . .,..,., 524 Grafton, E. C. ......... 569 Graham, A. J. ... ., .580 Graham, C. M. .. . . .465 Graham, C. W ..,. ..., 8 6 Graham, Eileen .. .,.... 509 Graham, Gertrude ..... 534 Graham, H. .......... 333 Graham, J. E ..... . . .591 Graham, L. D ,........ 442 Graham. Margaret ..... 534 Graham, T. A., Jr. ..... 409 Graham, J. W. ....... .489 Granada, The .......... 491 853 contin ued Granata, W. J ..... 354, Grange, G. A.. . Grant, Grant Grave .J- J- ----- -- lot,1sma 212, Frances ..,. 356, 222, 555. ass, 604, fs6, 548, 527, .s7, 518, 559, 551, 227. .87, 546, Graves, E. W. .. , Graves. Margaret . Gray, Dorothea .. . Gray, E. D. .... . Gray, H. M... . 570, Gray, J. L. ..... . Gray, J. W ...... Gray, Kathryn . . . Great Galcola, The. Green, Arleen ..... Green, C. E ....... Green, C. F. .. . .. Green, Clara ...... Green, C. W. .. .. Green, F. . ..... . . 435, Green, Frances .... Green, Grace ,... Green, Hilda .. .. Green, J. F. . .48Z, Green, J. P. ...,. . Green, J. R ....... Green, M. L. .429, Green, P. J. . Green, R. L . 87, Greenbaum. Evelyn. Greenberg, M... . Greene, G. D.. 87, 353, 354, 583, 593, Greene, Helen .. . . Greene, R. C .... 248, Greene, R. L. .... . Greengard, J. . . . . Greenlaw, Shirley.. 278. Greenlee, C. H.. . . Greenlee, T. K. . . 437. Greenwell, P. M.. Greenwood, E. H.. Greenwood, L. S. Greenwood, W. B. Greer, C. M. .... . Gregg, R. T. .. . . . Gregorian Literary OCIC S ' ty . ....... . Gregory, Elizabeth.. 552, Gregory, Helen. . . Grenley, Frances.. . Grennan, C. A.. . . Gresens, H. F ..... 556. 598. 255, 354, 564. 557. 422, 561, 515, 164 489 205 431 559 556 530 561 552 530 86 591 459 605 425 587 513 360 86 590 592 87 562 588 .87 604 563 505 534 593 .87 449 552 444 429 510 549 352 574 599 383 205 448 416 594 .87 280 419 372 610 423 .87 584 587 461 425 87 581 553 512 562 612 499 552 .87 Greubel, W. G.. .. ... .87 552, 569, 596 Gribble, D. ....... . . 251 Gribble, A. ...... . . . 251 Grier, J. S .... 353, 354, 413 Griesheimer, E. R. . .. 381 Griesser, R. W.. .. . . . 444 Griflin, A. H .... ... 555 Griflith, Blanch .. . . . . 528 Griffith, C. R. .... 441, 449 Grifhth, H. R .... 474, 553 Griffith, Mary .. .. ... 541 Grifford, E. 412 Griggins, L. S .... .87, 579 Griggs, Dorothy . . . . . 506 Grigsby, Dorothy ....... 87 Grigsby, Mrs. Helen ..... 22 Grim, Vera . ....... 88, 522 Grimes, D. R .... .... 5 0, 88 204, 212, 213, 255 365, 407, 431 Grimes, Nedra ........ 498 Grimma, G. A. ........ 326 481, 595 Grimmer, W. W. ...... 553 Grindley, H. S ...... 425 Grinnings. D. C ....... 458 Grinton, W. .... . 331,412 Griswold, J. ......... .88 Grochowski, Jenna. . 561, 562 Groenier, Marjorie. ..... 503 Groeser, A. R. .... .... 5 95 Graff, D. R ...... 556, 614 Groh, H. B ....... 162, 175 205, 262, 263 432, 545, 582 Grohne, R. A ...... . .. 424 Grohne, R. F ..,.... 88, 446 Gromer, E. H .... 480, 560 Gromoll, 1. C. .... 381, 464 Gronberg, W. E. . .88, 552 Gronski, B. J ......... .88 Grose, W. D ..... 551, 558 Grose, C. A .......... 595 Gross, J. .... . Gross, L. A .... Grosse, K. Grossman, D. A.. . . Grossman, H. I . . . Grossman, Grossman, S. L . . . Grotenhuis, A. O.. . Groth, Frances , . . Grott, J. T. ..., . Grove, Alma .... Groves, C. A ..... Groves, E. E.. , 381 Groves, Helen .. . . Groves. Regina . . . Grundin, Florence . Grusendorf, R. E . Gsell. R. N ...... Gubbins, W. .. . . . Guild, Margaret.. . 496, 551, Gummersheimer, E. Gunlach, N. J . 205, 248, 407. 432 Gunn, Anna ..... Gunn. A. M. Gunning, J. W... Gurevitz, J. ..... . Gury, J. F ....... Gustafson, Gustafson, P. M. . . Gustafson, W. E. . . Gustin. H. W ..... Gutholf, R. Guthrie, A. H ..... Guthrie, R. M ..... Gutstein. H.. .379, Guyer, R. C ...,... Gwin, Gwendolyn .. H Habermeyer, Ruth. . Haberstein, C. . . . Haberstein, G. P. . . Hack, R. ........ . Hackbarth, H. K... Hackbarth, Pauline, Hackemaclc, Helen . 383, Hacker, Opal ...... Hackett, G. A ..... Hackett, Mary .... Hackleman, J. C. .. M.O .. P.H. .. H ..... Hadam, Beatrice Haddon, J. ...... . Hadley, R. G.. .89, Haebich, R. . .... . . Hagen, J. L ....... Hager, E. F ....... Hagnauer, Estelle .. 552 412 .as 560 H 88 253 545 462 440 486 .ss 485, 384, .89, 383, 555 535, 415, 439, 1 1 Hahn, Anita . ...... .. Hahn, C. J. ....... 474, Hahn, H. G ....,.. 89, Hahn, J. F. ......... . Hahn, Mary. ....... 89, Hahn, R. F. . .356, 465, Haines, A. J ..... 89, Hainsfurther, R. M. .. 380, Halbey, E. G ..... Hale, Alice . .... . Hale, G. L. ..... . Hale, H. H ...... Hale, H. K ...... 407 Hale, H. O ...... 373 Hale, J. K ....... Halhpenny, H. T. Hall, A. ....... . Hall, A. G. ..... . Hall, A. M. .... . . . 380, 414, Hall, B. R. ..... . Hall, C. V. Hall, Doris ...... 165 Hall, Dorothy . . . Hall,H. 234, 435, Hall, H. R. .... . Hall, Margaret Hall, Marjorie . . . Hall, R. A. Hall, R. I. ....... Hall, Serena ..... Hall, Hall, S.W. .... . 407, 435 Hallen, Irma ., . . . Hallett, A. E..355 1 1 . 89, 589 472 460 600 595 472 472 434 499 587 500 571 227 467 541 509 514 452 381 588 332 603 88 180 371 577 500 .88 436 594 436 88 601 609 444 584 614 .88 557 466 426 490 88 571 500 523 445 445 491 330 610 538 89 606 538 491 534 426 592 448 574 589 451 545 519 513 553 463 490 496 595 611 337 450 475 506 464 451 371 555 414, ... .ao 465,611 ... .so ... .50 365,571 ... 437 ... 35s ... .ao 443,571 ... 460 ... 455 ... 164 508,615 ... ass 384,606 ... .69 471,552 ... 491 ... 523 327,534 ... 607 234,242 ....527 ....410 .a9,5s4 545.593 327,552 471.546 PAGE 661 .552 THE 11110 041929 Halligan, E. P ,.., . . . . 556, Hallstein, H. P ....... Halm, R. P ,......... Halper, Blanche. ..... , 495, 510, 550, Halperin, Lillian .,.... 534, Halsey, Rebecca ...... Haltug, A. A. ...... 90, Haltug. L. C .......,. Ham, C. W. ...... 569, Haman, A. H .... 227, Haman. H. W. ....., . Hambermeyer, G. C .. Hamilton, A. . ...4l9, Hamilton, C. W ....,. Hamilton. D. W. ..,. . Hamilton, J. K ,.,..., Hamilton, R. A .. 90, 320, 370, 446, 593, 607, 610, Hamilton, R. R.. . .571, Hamilton, S .W ....,. Hamilton, T. S ....... Hamlett, R. T ......,. 205, 234, 240 Hamlin. L. C. ..,... .. Hammaker Hammond, M. J ...... Hammond, O. L., Jr.. ,R.E .,.... Hammond Hammond. W. C, , , ,, Hampel, Ursula .,,... ,R. C. ,... . 603 Hampton, J. H. .. . . .. Hampton, J. L. ....., . Hampton. Zelo . ..... . Hanafin. F. P., Jr .... Hanawalt. Elizabeth.. . . Hance, W. ...... . . . . Hand. Florence. ,..,. . Handford. S. W.. .444 Handler, H. A. ...... . Handley. C. A. ...... . Hanes, Helen Hanes. Martha . .... 90 1-1 ,E. H1221 H.JC. 382 Haney,K..,.. Hangs. F. E. ..... 485 Hanley, D. R. ....... . Hanley. S. ,. .,,.,. .. Hanna. Virginia ....., Hannah, G. G ..,..... C. Hansen, Hansen E. R. .,... 489 F v :r:I:1::c:::1: :1:::rL'::c:1: :r: IIIIIIIIUIID IIDIIUIIIID ll 5:53335 2333355 5 8883338 15333283 3 Peepers' aeaaaaa P- g-wr-g1::rf1e1-rf1se5gvv'1 . n?'S'g-F":v31-T-45271:-1 P .II' l II AI I Z . I I . .AZ . - . . - . . '-'- ..-- . - Nl. . . . . - . , , . . . , . 1-. Iiffl-.I I uuf I I I 13.1 f uf - - - - N- - 60' - NDN- 'Oslh . . . . Q. . vuo, . Q--. 03.3, 55 55 er- QPF' o.. 91: S.. Hanson, Hardest Hardin, y. J. C. ..,... . Ruth .....,.. S. W ........ Harding. A. A. ...... . Hardin, 384, 419 Harding, Helen . . .541 Harding. P. W ....... Hardy. R. G. ........ . Harlan L . . S. ,.... 470 Harlan. Margaret ..... Harland, M. B.. . . Harley. W. J .... Harmening, Emily. Harmer, R. Harmison. C. K... Harmon, C. G .... Harmon. H. J. . .. 96 Harms, J. N ..... . , . Harms. Myra. .... 327 Harnish, B. F. ...... . . Harno, A. J. .,...,.. . 312. 348 445 Harold, J. F .... 1 . . . Harper, B. R ..... . . . Harper, C. B. .... . . . Harper, G. K. .... . . . 235 353 Harper, J. L. .... 332 Harper. T. ......... . Hart, L. B ,..,. . . . Harrell, R. A. .... . ,. .89 598 434 449 .89 596 472 603 541 447 447 578 423 423 569 612 421 555 459 255 577 613 581 439 593 .90 429 465 413 412 90 598 .90 591 563 606 422 464 541 214 535 90 502 489 453 379 529 529 214 379 447 490 554 586 428 507 411 588 579 .90 607 586 419 570 535 .90 591 173 577 569 204 609 451 573 420 456 422 410 51 1 569 538 439 378 600 562 590 458 551 504 416 426 506 447 474 598 440 461 552 379 .29 571 408 427 227 208 354 434 420 462 463 INDEx or Booxcs AND P1sRsoNs-continued Harrington, R. B... 420, Harris, Bernice .. . .495, Harris, B. F. ......,. . Harris, C. . .... .. . . Harris, F. C. .... .. Harris, H. C ......... Harris, N. H. ...... . Harris, O. L ...... 380, Harris, R. . ........ .. Harris, W. S. . ..... . . Harrison, Elanor. . .541, Harrison, Helen. ..... . 5 58- Harrison, W. C. . . .91, Harriss, L. ......... . Harrold, F. E. ....... . Harrower. Ruth .... 91, Harsha, W. M. .... . . . Harshbarger, Pearle.. . . Harszy, W. H. ...... . Hart, L. M. ........ . Hart, R. C ........... 552, 569, Hartenbower, E. K .... Hartenfeld, Alice.. . . . . 525, Hartford, Virginia .... Hartley, R. G. ...... .. Hartley, T. . ....... . . Hartline, H. B .... 333, Hartman, Frances ., . . . Hartman, S. X. ,..., . Hartman, W. R. ..... . Hartmann, Charlotte , . Hartmann, F. C. .... . Hartmann. .,.,. 164, Hartsell, T. D. .... 556, Hartung, H. H.. . . 164, Hartz, F. C ....... Hartzell, Grace ....... Harvey, J. M. ...... . Harvey. Loretta ...... Harvey. R. ......... . Harvey. T. M ........ Haseltine, T. R ....... Haser, Eleanor .... 163, 407, 421, 366, 443, sez, 167, 181, 266, 279, 366, 495, 507. Haskins, F. E ..... , .. Hasse, A. C.. ...... 91, Haswell, R. E ..... 451, Hatch, L. E ....,..... Hatcher, Alberdine .... 554, Hathaway, R. W ...... Hauck, R. S ..... 324, Haug, Virginia ....... Haun, Myrtle ........ Hausch, R. .... . . Hausler, Alice .. .. . . Hauts, Garnet . ...... . Haven, Alice ...... 91, Havlick, E. C. ....... . Hawke, E. .... . Hawkes, Eleanor . .... . Hawkes, Maude . . . . Hawkins, P. C .... . . Hawkinson, E. ,..... . Hawls, Florence Hawley, A. W. .... 469, Hawley, H. A. . ..... , IIII 533! aeg- 'nmn-1 SFU Ike EI F11 Z zz.. . - NI - -fe E SE EF 'Q fe 3' fr. F' AI -az. VJ. F1 9 Hayes . . . . . . . Hayes . . ...... . . Hayes . X .......... , 570. Hayes. M. D ......... Hayes, Mary Hayman, A. S.. .. .. Hayman, J. . ....... . . Haynes, Dorothy ..... Haynes. Lelia ........ Hays, T. G .......... Hayward, H. S ....... 392, 382, Hayworth. H. A ...... Hazard, Dorothy ..... Hazard, Virginia ..... Hazel. Irene ......... Hazelip, E. . ....... .. Hazelwood, W. E ..... 598, Hazen, E. J ......,. 92, Hazlett, D. C ...... 92, Heaps, W. B ......... Hearn, 'Dorothy ...... Heartt, Corinne .. .. Heater, E. . ,...... . . . Heath, V. L. ......., . 457, 601, Heaton. H. C ......,. Hecht, B. T. ....... 92, Hecht, I. A ........ 92, Heck, V. E .,.. .... ....9l, ......332, .90 545 521 409 569 587 461 445 449 .441 560 562, 527 562 16 9 490 435 520 591 527 583 325 .91 572 452 .91 559 511 91 587 426 533 453 381 539 .91 607 438 583 183 601 411 502 477 540 491 491 552 164 354 615 580 417 601 442 496 615 380 444 514 .91 164 516 559 511 .91 464 .91 .91 595 443 499 489 483 447 453 448 420 .92 448 443 .50 611 591 509 479 450 166 .92 587 370 593 457 519 534 534 466 556 599 598 559 448 92 508 583 92 610 595 455 549 585 Hectman, H. R ........ Hedblom, C. A ......., Hed ecock, S. F., . . .92, Hedlund, I.. ......... . Hegenbart, Geraldine .. . Heidlolf, R. C ......,. ' A 265, 471, Heidman,"Grace .... , . . iii Heidman, Hazel .. . Heidman, Virginia. Heier, Edith. .333, 515 Heil, J. ......... . Heim, R. S. . .166, Heiman, D. E.. .. Heinbaugh, H. M. Heimlitcher, F ...... ein Catherine , 485 fbi H . . .... 92 Heineman, F. W.. .379 Heino, A. .......... . Heinsen, N. K. ..... .. Heintz, E. L.. .... . . . . Heinze, A. G. ...... 92, Heinze, W. A.. . , . 166, Heitler, W. . ....... . . Heitman, Mildred ..... Held, Mary . ..... . Helfrich, W. W. . . Heller, Marguerite.. . . . 273. 279 Hellis, Ruth ......... Helming, Leona ....... Hem le, Ursula ...... Hendzrson, Alice ..,.. 214 Henderson, E. O ...... Henderson, G. ...... . Henderson, H. J ..,... Henderson, J. .... 167 Henderson, R.1H. .... . Henderson, R. W ..... Hendricks. C. A ...... Hendricks. Dorothy-.93 Hendricks, Kathryn . . . 333 Hendricks. Marian . Henne. Frances. ......, 165 Hennings, E. . .93, 456 Henrick, J. ...... . Henriken, R. F .... Henriquez. R. D ...... Henry. Claire ........ Henry, Flora .. . . Hense, E. O. Hensley, Gra .. . 382 Hbnsley. R. . ........ Hlnson, W. tl ....... n, . 465 Hfrpes. J- 5 ........ Harberger. - H ...... Herbst, P. ..,..,.. Herinan, S. . , . , Herman. A. P ..... Herman, Jorbques.. . 166 338, 508, 561 Herrala, S. ........ . Herren. D. C. ....... . Herrick, E. K. ....... . Herrick, H. R ........ Herrin. Marjorie .. Herringer. E. J .... 552 Herrold, R. D ........ Hcrschbach, E. F. .... . Herschbach, J. L ...,.. Herschbach Herschbach Hersey, A. T. .93, 424 Hershey, A. W ....... ,R.J .. .W.O 526 Hershey, D. D ........ Hershey, Eugenie ..... Hershman, Helen .. .93 Hershman, H. S ...... Hertz, Maurine ..,.... 530, 551 Hertz, W. S. ........ . Herzman, S. A ....... 365, 407 Herws. E. J ....... 93 Herzon, M Hesmer, T. C... . . . 180 205 , , 259 Hess, G. R ........... 384, 414, 600 Hess, J. H ........... Hessler, R. A. ....... . Hester. Corinne . . . . Hester. H. L ....... 93 Heusel, F. J.. ...... .. Hevron, J. E ...,..... 93, 365, 408 Hewetson, Melva.. . .93 Hewitt, C. E ...... 380 Hewitt, F. M., Jr. .381 Heylin, G. S ...... 415 Hibbs, Helen ..... 514 Hick, F. K .......... Hickerson, R. G .... . . . Hickman, B. 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Hill, Lucille .... . .. . 528 555, Hill, O. D ....,,. . . . Hill, Princess..528 555, Hill, Rachel ..335 496, Hillemier, J. K... .... Hillinger, Dorothy. .... . Hills, O. R ...... 213, Hill 552, yer, D ..... Hilton, ucy . .... 507, Hiltabrand, Dorothy. . . Hinde, Lorraine .... Hinderer, H. M ..,. 94, Hindert, H. H ....... Hine,M....1'.. Hinkey, W. .f,',if. . .. Hinton, C. 1-1:..,,,-. . . Hinton, S., B. .'. I .. Hinze, H. ..'. 2. Hinze, W. E.,1,.,, Hirsch, Dorothy . . 1 Hirsch, G. ....... . Hirsch, J. M.' .... .' Hirsh, Mary ..... 4. Hirshfield, J. J. . . ' Hirst, Anne ...... 279. 330-' Hirth, F.. ..... ' Hissong, J. S.. .' Hitch, Lillian .1 .. Hitchcock, E. G' . . Hitchock, Juli 'VL . Hjo Ho, rtland, 11,1 .... 6P....,. Ho, Ya-Tunjw. Hoa gland, K:'K .... Hoar, Editlr- . . . Hoban, 2411, 359 497 420 614 .94 410 .94 288 456 408 166 595 491 410 560 489 586 .94 562 417 562 615 599 506 419 602 551 508 527 447 614 588 477 420 489 255 ....:4341. 228. 353: iii, 556, 328, Franzine . . . Hobbs, C. ' ...... Hobbs, .... Hobbs, . ...... . . . Hobert, M. H ........ Hochman, C. A. ..... . 384, Hockaday, Helen . . .94, Hockaday, L. .,..... . Hockenyos, G. L ...... Hocker, Carolyn . .... . Hocker, Kathryn ., . . . . Hockey ...,......... Hodge, C. A ......... Hodgson. Lois ...... 94, Hoefer, T. H. ....... . Hoeft, Jean . ........ . Hoeher, T. H ....... Hoelscher, E. C ...... 183, 368, 418, Hoelscher, R. P .... 424, Hoerr, H. W. ....... . Hofer, A. W ......... 338, 555, Hoff, Betty ...,...... Hoff, F. C. . ...... 381, Hoff, J. R. ....... 327, Hofferbert, Louise ..... 553, Hoffman, A. .,.... . . . Hoffman, G. O. .. .254, Hoffman, Hoffman. R. B. ..... .. Hoffman, Rose ....... Hoffman. R. M. ..... . H.B.. .... . Hoffman, R. V. ..... . 422, Hoffman, W. .... . Hoffman, W. J .... , Holfstodter, N. . . . Hofsommcr, Valentina. 563, Hogin, W. ......... . Hoglund, F. W.. . . .95, Hogshead, B. K... .382, Hohman, B. ........ . Hoiss, Rosalyn ....... Hoit, E. S ...... . .410, 459 Holand, E .......... Holbrook. R. W...262, Holden, W. H. .... . iss. 331, 368, Holder, Dorothy ....... Holland. Beula .... .94, Holleman, W. W ...... Hollingsworth, J. ..... . Hollis, Nedra . ....... , 521 472'-5. .. 479 51o'?'f" .94 -' 278 1,-' 615 isa .94 538 447 541 413 .94 564 415 530 323 593 .44 420 591 380 479 523 437 553 518 518 296 581 506 449 534 .94 166 547 569 .94 355 595 504 382 435 533 565 401 248 414 460 521 477 .95 570 595 471 549 534 565 589 578 579 491 509 547 588 416 166 459 .95 506 580 234 503 .J 4 Hollis, W. K. .... 380, Hollister, H. A ....... Hollister, Sally . ..... . Holly, J. A ....... 388, Holman, J. W..95, 435, Holman, W. W. ..324, Holmes, W. E ....... Holmstrand, F. E ..... 337, Holscher, H. H. ..... . 384, 569 Holsinger, J. B ....... Holt, C. M ....... 338, Holt, Elnora . ...... .. Holt, E. G. .... . . . Holt, M. . ......... . . Holton, Dorothy .... . . 328, 501, Holub, J. .......... . Holzman, L. ........ . Home Economic: Club.. Homer, A. F ......... Homer, G. L ......... Homer, Ruth . ...... . Honold, R. P. ....... . Honorary and Profes- sional . ........... . Honor: ............. Honsa, W. N ..... 552, Hood, Florence .... 163, Hoover, J. W ........ Hoover, K. M ........ Hopkins, B. S ........ 413, 425, Hopkins, T. R. ...... . Hopping. R. ........ . Horlock, J. .. .166, 368, Horn, F. W. ..... 324, Hornberger, F. W ..... 380, .Hornbuckle, L. S.. . . . . Horneman, Beatrice. 535, Horner, G. L. ...... 95 F 437. 582, 602 1Horner, W. F ..... 415 .-Horst, A. E .......... Horticulture Club ..... Horton, H. . .... . . . . Horton, Isabelle .... 95 Horton, R. ......... . Hosutt, H. ......... , Hotaling. Arabelle .... Hottes, C. F ...... 422 Houchens, Josie B ..... Houghton, Frances .... Housh, R. W. ..... 366 Houston, A. D ....... Houston, L. ........ . Houts, Garnette ...... 495, 514, 562 Hovey, Geraldine ..... Hovland, R. W. ..., .. 607 How, J. D ........... 226, 228 Howard, C. G ........ Howard, C. .H ...... . Howard, E. A ..... 486 Howard, Frances ..... 560 495, 515, Howard, K. J .... . .382 Howard, M. S ........ Howe, E. E ..... .... Howe, J. W .... ...... Howe, S. S ....... 95 183. 334, 410 Howell, A. W..96, 569 Howell, Edna ........ Howell, N. J. ...... . Howell, T. A. ...... . Howland, R. S. ..... . Hoy, G. M. .... . . . . Hoy,J.R.... Hoy,0. U. Hoyer, Marie ........ Hoyler, Marie ....... Hoyner, H. C. ..... .. Hrdina, .548, 590, Huaman, S. ........ . Huang, R. T. ....... . Hubbard, C. W. .... . 380, Hubbard, Dorothy .... Hubbard, Ernestine .96, Hubbard, E. J. ..... . Hubbard, L. O. . . .569, Hubbard, Rachel ..... Hubbard, R. C. ..... . Hubbell, Dorothy .... 401 Hubbill. H. L. ..... .. Huber, W. ....... 214, Huckins, L. L. .... 381, Huddleston, J. N..249, Hudson, D. M. ..... . Hudson, H. E. ..... . Hudson. Leona ..... 96, Hueckel, W. J. .... 475, Huff, G. A. ....... 37, 204, 205, 410, Huff, G. A., Jr ....... n 1 483 .37 499 593 584 435 423 .95 481 379 598 489 426 532 442 379 326 535 589 549 562 434 434 534 381 567 397 602 322 416 .95 348 458 381 614 445 595 379 556 490 608 205 612 545 .44 555 555 511 443 475 . 503 546 . 503 .528 437 .355 .380 .323 604 .534 614 . .95 413 .474 .571 563 .283 615 .380 .569 182 607 95 601 583 . 505 569 419 .379 381 449 595 .96 534 451 593 428 556 167 481 541 541 444 583 516 381 .96 519 480 552 423 446 413 461 518 548 203 573 410 THE 11110 011929 Hulfman, L. S. Huffman, Louise ...... Hulfman, Rachel ...., Hughes, D. S. ....,. . Hughes, E. M. . . .. 556 Hughes, F. R.. .96, 448: Hughes, Hazel ....... Hughes, Irene ...,. , . . Hughes, M. J. ..,... . Hughes, P. H. . . .. Hughes, Richolene . 1-lughitt, Anna ......, Hulbert, H. S. ...... . n 564 Hull g, K. .......-. - Hull, C. M. . ..... 379 Hull, Ethel ......... . 366, 495, 504 I-lull, G. E. ...,... 96 I-lull, K. N. ........ . Hull, L. H. .-.-.--- - 372, 556 Hull, M ....... ,,.... Hultberg, R ..,....... Hultberg, Humbert, F. ..... . 212 Vivian ..... , 218 Humble, T. W. ..... - Humes, C. H ...... - . Hummer, G. ..... 213 Humphrey, R. C... Hundley, E. C. ...235 Hunneman, A. P. . . . . Hunneman, C. E. . . . . Hunsacker, F. S ....... Hunt, Garland ....... Hunt, L. H. ......,. . 370, 437 Hunt, M. B. ....... . Hunt, M. C. .... . Hunter, M. H.. . . . Hunter, Mary ....... Huntington, W. C.. .. 572 346 Huntoon, Betty ...... Huntoon, Rosemary . . . 96, 293 Hurd, H. W. . ..... . Hurd. Pauline.528, 538 Hurlbutt, G. W. ..... . Hurley, G. O ......... Hursh, Martha .... . Hursh, R. K..-122, 458 Hurst, Parilee .... 517 Hurt, C. S. ...... 349 Hurt, E. M. . ..... . .. Hurt, S. .......... . . Hurz, Maurine ......, Husband, Mary .... 97 Husband, Ruth ....... Husband, W. T. .... . 454 Huss, J. W. ....,... . 183, 380 Hussemann, Dorothy .. 535 Hussey, Mary ...... 97 Hussey, S. C. . . . . Huston, A. D. . . . . Huston, L. A..570, 584 Hutchens, I. ..... . Hutchings, H. E... Hutchins, H. J ...,... Hutchinson, J. D. . 465 521 599 Hutchinson, W. A. Hutter, A. ......,., . Huxtable, D. L. ..... .. 410 Hyatt, R. A. ..,.. . Hyde, D. E. ........ . Hyde, J. F. ...,.,.. . Hyde, Mary .... , . Hyman, A. S. .... 461 Hyman, Ethel. .97, 525 Hyman, J. B. ....... . Hynds, E. J ......,... Hzikas, A. E .... I Icarur ............... Ickes, Mrs. Anna Iclen, R. J. ........ 333 Ieuter, W. C. ..,.,,. . Ilanfeldt, C. E.. . . . . . . Iles, Bessie ...,. . . .97, Ill e A. H g , . ........... 59 Illini Board of Control, The 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y 556 527 .96 435 338 442 576 .96 500 580 408 552 603 613 490 380 164 615 412 .96 .96 598 457 429 534 205 437 588 382 434 446 417 475 475 485 409 96 593 .96 482 466 514 416 569 500 .45 511 412 557 490 .97 516 598 535 414 590 608 523 529 529 .97 593 182 415 .97 605 562 384 614 604 585 469 .97 .97 614 381 455 348 453 381 425 535 550 550 .97 436 489 548 .22 459 408 451 606 0 312 Illini Chamber of Commerce, The ,il ...........-- 613 I I1 Illin' H ..,...,.,...... Illini Publishing Company, The ...... . . . . . 319 Illinois Agriculturist, The 333 Illinois Magazine, The . . Illiula Lilcrary Society . . Illk. Ethel ........... Illyes, Katheryn ....... Ilus ....,......,...... 3 554 534 535 423 INDEX or Boolcs AND P1s1zsoNs-continued Imbs, Marjorie .....,.. Infantry . ........... . Infanlry Cadet Offccrs.. Ingalls, H. B. ....... . Ingalls, R. E. ...... . Ingeman, M. J. .... 470, Ingles, J. S. .,.. 424, Ingleson, R. N. ...,... . Ingram, Marguerite .... Ingrish, G. . .... . . . Ingwerson, H. W. .... . Ingwerson, T. B. ..... . Innis, C. M.. .392, 415, Insley, D. R. ....... I. , . Interfralcrnity Council . . Inter-literary. Council . . . Inlerrrholaxnc .......,. lnlerrcholartic Circus . . . .97 392 392 426 431 553 564 571 508 591 435 435 593 435 407 565 197 199 Interrcholastic Track Meet 198 Intramural ............ lata Sigma Pi ......... Ira O. Baker Prize ..,.,. Ireland, C. E. ..... 379, Irick, Celia .......... . Irick, E. E. .......... . 347, 349, 575, Irish, H. E. ......... . Irish, L. E. .......... . Irish, Nellith ...... 97, Irle, R. S .... .- ........ Irving, H. ...' .... .... 3415, 574, Irwin, L. .... QI., .... . . Irwin, R. E. ,L'.i .: .,... Irwin, R. H. Isaac, D. .... '. '. . z .... . -Ieeiibet8.,lA. HJ. . ...263, ieraef, R.- T. ......334, tener, V. W..443, 601, Ives, A.. M. . ...... . .. . -, 4162, 552, Ives, J. ..1 ..... 98, .QQ . Jack, Doris A, ......... Jack, Margardg ..... 98, Jacklin, N. DEQ, ........ Jackman, Annual... Jackson, Cecile ....... Jackson, H. .... .. Jackson, Helen . . , .415, Jackson, J. F. J, ..,.,. Jackson, Mary ., .,., .... Jackson, Ruth .. .' .... .. Jackson, T. E., Jr.. . . Jackson, W. H. ...... . Jackson, W. L. ......, . Jackson, Z. M. .. .... Jacob, Jacobs, P.E. ..... D.D. 267 605 399 444 538 97 576 580 481 522 .97 98 578 571 214 595 489 438 443 980 .98 602 146 538 533 598 372 603 560 463 535 415 497 499 .98 595 420 .98 612 454 591 Jacobs, H. M. ....... . Jacobs, K. S. ....,..., 459 Jacobs, R. L. .,.,..... 162 173, 321, 407, 461 Jacobs, Ruth .......... 499 Jacobs, W. F. ......,.. 166 183, 368, 436, 547 Jacobson, Annette ...... 521 Jacobson, B. ......,... 449 Jacobson, C. R. ....... 453 Jacobson, E. G. .,..... 588 H. R. ...... . Jacobson, Jacobson, J. W. ...... . 353, Jacobson, L. .......... . Jacquin, Jager, Anna .... .... Jaeger, Anna ... .... Jaegli, H. .... . . . . L.B.... Ja1fe,O. ....... Jaffray, D. S.... Jalfrey, D. Jahn, A. M. .... .. .. Jahn, M. C. ......... . Jahrling, C. C. ...... .. James, A. .......... . James, A. S. ..... 166, ames, Margaret ..,.... James, S .............. Jameson, L. ..,... 213,. Jamewnian Literary Soc: Jamison, D. D. ....., .. Jamison, R. C. ....... . Janansch, E. W. ...... . Janececk, C. A ..... .... Janes, O. ......... 951 Janssen, Neora .... .--- Jaquith. M. S... Jared, Geneva . . . Jarvis, J. C. .... arvis, J. D. ....... -. . Jaskowski, H. N. ..... . Jaskunas, Estelle ea li, H. ..... . Jedlzicka, G. F., . . - - -- Jefferson, Virginia .-.-- 502, 417 .98 432 549 416 535 535 579 455 452 595 486 486 449 547 435 499 443 417 cry 557 580 415 432 585 445 535 470 563 596 574 .98 534 579 482 335 554 Jeffery, A. B. .... . Jeffery, Garnet . . Jeffrey, J. R. ..98, eflries Mar ' J , . Y ----- Jenison, Frances Jenkins, A. H. . . 479. 439. .98 550 534 593 506 515, 594 ' Jenkins, H. R. .1 . 3 . .458 Jenkiqs, S. G. ..... 414 Jenkins, W. W. .. 379 ' 380, 384 Jenkinson, H. R. ..... -. 265 Jenks, Bernice ........ 526 Jenks, Nathalie ..,.... 512 Jenner, A. E. ..... 162,255 323, 444 607, 610 Jenney, E. A. .... 552 Jens, Mary ...... 163, 289 322, 504 559, 596 Jensen, Florence . . . . . .98 533, 605 Jensen, H. M. .. ..... 98 Jentzsch, R. A.. ..... . 589 Jesse, Lillian .... 99 561 Jessen, Eloise .530 538 562 Jessen, P. T. ,..... . 234 Jeter, Grace ..... 383, 541 Jfter, Ruth .... 99 500 554 Jewell, L. W. .... ... 336 557 610 613 Jewell, Marion ....... 518 .lltka, Evelyn ........ 535 Jiflca, F. J. ........,. 586 Jochim, E. W. .... 468 Johannesen, R. E.. 591 J6hannsen, C. H.. 332 462 Johannsen, D. F. ..... .99 " . 4641 563 Johnson, A. . ........ 443 Johnson, A. A. . . .99, 590 Johnson, A. C. ...... 442 Johnson, A. G. ...... 439 Johnson, A. L. ....... .99 Johnson, Alice ...,,... 552 Johnson, Anna . . . 534, 539 Johnson, B. K. ... 372. 407 448, 569, 602, 607, 610 Johnson, C ....... . . . 444 Johnson, C. A. .. ... 325 380, 417 Johnson, C. E. .99 442, 459 Johnson, C. H. 'l ...... 480 Johnson, Charlotte .... .99 Johnson, C. M. 2 ...... 469 Johnson, C. W. 1. , .99, 177 320, 381 467 608 Johnson, D. .. .- .... .. 43 Johnson, D. L..99 485, 552 Johnson, Donna ., . 518 Johnson, Dofofml. 333 511 Johnson, D. V. ..... 417 Johnson, E. H. .458 463 Johnson, Emily .....,. 496 Jolmson, E. R. ..P. ... 604 Johnson, Eugene . . . . . 391 Johnson, F. P..234 235 416 Johnson, F. T. . . 385, 600 Johnson, F. W. .. ... 590 Johnson, G. A. .. 478, 480 Johnson, G. E. . . . . 590 Johnson, G. L. 459,595 Johnson, G. W. .. 421 Johnson, H. E. ,. ... 421 Johnson, Helen .. . . . 327 Johnson, J. I. .. ... 553 Johnson, J. R. ....... 580 Johnson, K. ..., .. 466 Johnson, Lillian . . .3Z8, 534 Johnson, Lona ..... .. 539 Johnson, L. S. .... 235 442 Johnson, Marian ..... .99 289, 512 Johnson, Mary ....... 522 Johnson, Maui-ine ..... 533 Johnson, Mildred ..... 540 Johnson, M. O. ...... 380 Johnson, M. R. ...... 445 Johnson, Myrtle ...... 564 Johnson, Nedra .,..... 540 Johnson, N. P. ...... 588 Johnson, P. C. ....... 491 Johnson, P. E. ....... 426 Johnson, R. ......... 443 Johnson, R. A. .... 333, 474 Johnson, R. E. ....... 485 Johnson, R. H. ...... 462 476 491 Johnson. R. K. . . .325, 466 Johnson, R. L. .....,. 595 Johnson, Rosemary ..,. 612 Johnson, Ruth M.. .507, 533 Johnson, Ruth V. 612 Johnson, S. .......... 579 Johnson, Thelma ..... 540 Johnson, W. ........ 326 Johnsos, Ethel ....... 505 Johnston, E. C. ...... 593 ohnston, Ethel ....... 565 Johnston, E. E. 99, 458 Johnston F. L. ...325, 412 ohnston, H. B. ...... 601 R49 Johnston, H. R. ..... . Johnston, K. P. ..... . Johnston, Johnston, Marie ...... M. H. .. 461 100, , Jokinen, E. A. .... 213, okisch, E. W ...... .. .1 . olley, W. ...... . '1,,'.. 216, 417, 456, ones, Beulah ......,. onap, C. G. ........ . Jon kg C. J. ........ . onea,,C. M. ..,.. 417 Jonel,v.E. E. ...... . . Jones, Ethel ...... 528 Jones, Evelyn ........ Jones, G. F. ........ . Jones, H. ....,..... . Jones, Jennie . .... 533, 560 Jones, Josephine ...... Jones, L. B. ........ , 379, 381, 600 Jones, L. C. ........ . Jones, M. ........... . Jones, M. H. ..... 420, Jones, Mildred ....... Jones, N. E. ..... 436 205, s 1 1 1 1 Jones, P. H. ........ . Jones, P. W. ..... 100 Jones, R. F. ...... 419 Jones, s. D. ..100, 175 227, 364, 434 Jones, S. K. ........ . Jones, T. .--..... 435 Jones, W. ........ 415 Jones, W. D .100, 430 Jones, W. H. ...... . 371,407 Jones, Winifred Jonescue, L. E.. . . . Jonsson, A. N.. . .. Jordan,E. . ..... Jordan, Jordan, J. J. .... . Jordan, R. L. .... Jordan, S. R. .... . Jordan, W. K. .... Jorgenson, A. N.. . . Jork, D. ........ . Jorzick, Elizabeth .. Joshi, A. K. ...... . Joslin, J., Jr.. . .. Jost, H. H ...... ourdan J , L. L. . . . , Jourdan, W. G. Jouris, Harriet .... Joyce, DeVeda .... H.H. 569, 205 443 166 462 Joyce, Evelyn ......... Joyner, Mary ........ Jubasek, Marjorie ..... Judah, C. B. ....... . Juclson, H. C .... ..... Jueal, Dorothy ....... Julian, W. L. ........ . 420, 574 Jun, C. .......,.... . Jun, J. J. .......... . June, Pearl .......... Jung, Elizabeth .... 506, Jung, M. ........ Junior Prom , . . . Jus., E. W. ......... . Jutkms, C. E. ....... . Jutton, Emma . ..... . K Kacena, O. J ...... Kaczanowski, G. .. Kadic, Irma ...... 518, Kadyk, Stella .163, Kaesebier, Ethel .... Kaesebier, Ruth . .. Kaeser, W. V .... . Kahn, Ardell, . , . . . Kahn, Eunice ..... Kahn, M. ....... . . Kahn, Ruth ....... 561 518: 266 260 525 528 Kaifer, I. T. ....... .. Kaiser, S. A.. . . . Kalish, M. ....,.,.. . Kallal. C. V. ........ . Kaltenthaler, Wilma . . . Kamin, B. ....... . Kamin, H. S. . . .. Kamm, Grace ..... Kamman. P. H .... Kammerer, E. L.. . . Kane, Beatrice ..... Kane, Mary . .,.. . Kane, R. ....... . Kantor. Thyra . . . . Kao, T. Y. ...... . Kaplan. G. ...... . Kaplan, S ..... . . Kaplin, L. D.. . . . 166 527, 166 662 565 ire 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 595 580 534 .99 471 429 571 212 595 497 442 464 601 586 539 517 471 372 100 563 561 378 606 443 177 548 502 610 435 462 571 226 577 411 548 545 571 100 413 603 476 447 585 607 573 483 595 431 569 379 498 428 475 476 451 100 451 504 539 539 554 328 419 408 501 164 607 447 447 523 530 550 366 466 488 505 100 589 328 563 530 528 528 415 526 552 438 525 490 260 589 100 508 533 484 455 563 462 559 609 507 561 589 525 556 384 479 549 Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Alpha Theta . .. Beta Pi ....... Della ...... . . Delta Rho ...... Kappa Gamma. . Phi Sigma ..... Pri ..........,. Sigma ......... Sigma Tan . . .. Zeta Rho Kappernick, S. ...... . Kapple, F. .... , . . .45 183, 366, 411 Kappus, Gervaise 495 Kappu s, Joan ..... , 512 512 Kapustka, S. B. ..... .. Kapustka, S. L. . . . . Karbowski, W. M..1 Karch, 66 W.J. ....... .. Karjala, S. . ........ . Karl1n, L. ....... . Karnahan, Martha . Karnes, G. M. ....... . 166 Karol, J. ........... . Karpass, V. H. ...... . Karraker, .l- W.. .333 Karrenbrock, W. E.474 Kartheiser, P. J.. . .100 Kasper, Dorothy ...... Kasten, H. W. ...., . Katteriohn, F. W. .... . Katz, Sylvia ...... Katz, Sophie ...... Kaufman, C. H. 526 Kaufman, C. L. Kaufman, Geraldine . . . Kaufman, W. H. . . . . 1 1 Kautt, L. E. ...... . Kautz, Helen . . . . . Kavanaugh, V. . . . . Kay, F. A. ..... . Kay, F. D. ...... . Kazunas. A. A... .. Keane, Eleanor .... Kearnagham, H. E.. Keating, D. J.. . . .. Keaver, Sarah ..... Keavin, Gwendolyn. Keck, G. B. ..10l, Keck, R. M. ..... . Keefer, F. S. .... .. Keene, M. ....... . 101, 509, 462, 101, Keener, C. A. .. . . Keener, C. S. .... . Keeney, K. K. .... . Keeton, Kehoe, 325, Keiding, J. R... . .. Keilholz, F. J.. . . . . Keiser, Elizabeth .. Keith, C. ....,.. . R. W. .... . Elizabeth .. 439, 426, 101 331 Keith, G. ....... . Keith, J. R. Keith, Mary Kellar, G. V. ..... . Keller, F. M. .... . 347, 407, Keller, G. V. .... . Kelley, Kelley, Kelley, R. R. Kelling, G. ..... . Kellman, B. ..,.. . Kellogg, J. S. .... . Kellog, P. V. .... . Clara ....., Emily . 392, 566 Kelly, C. F. ..... . Kelly, Claire ,.... . 333, Kelly, Clara , ..... . Kelly, Cornelia .... Kelly G. D. . Kelly: Eileen .... . Kelly, Kelly Kellyl on ........ J. E. ..... . Marion Kelsey, H. G. .... . Kelso, G. C .... .... Kemp, J. T. ..... . Kemp, Marie ...... Kempfer, K. ..... . Kenady, L. V.. . . .. Kendall, Alice ,.... Kendall, Dorothy . . Kendall, Florence .. Kendall, G. P. .... Kendall, R. D. . . .. Kendrick, G. M .... 372, 465, Kennedy, Dorothy. . Kennedy, J. W. .. . 101, 161 161 161 554, 101, Kennedy, Mrs. M. J... Kennedy, M. T. . . . Kennedy, Rachel .. Kenney, H: E ..... Kennicott, H., Jr... Kent, W. B. ..... . 181, 342, 409, 545, Kenward, R. L.. . . . 426, 344. 607, 496 609 518 459 498 546 590 410 522 483 415 164 582 279 611 561 334 335 589 607 595 359 517 425 487 472 419 609 588 541 614 478 603 526 591 450 531 442 101 535 443 415 595 334 335 381 468 509 553 610 414 427 477 569 583 561 580 166 509 449 601 535 411 602 380 517 408 101 463 380 328 562 452 595 479 589 593 427 166 615 533 500 418 328 434 552 528 422 587 418 514 490 478 533 527 533 465 571 101 578 533 420 288 349 535 481 553 101 358 610 591 Pace 663 King, L. B. ........ . Kepner, L. D. ..... . Keppler, J. ....... 101, Keramor ...,....,..,. Kerr, Blanche ....,... 328, 5 18, Kerr, Harriett .,...... Kesel, R. G. .......... . Kessler, Doris ..... 534, Kessler, Gladys ..., 102, Kessler, G. W. . . .469, Kessler, Margaret . . . . . Kessler, W. L. .... . . . Ketchum, Betty ...... 323, 502, 554, Ketchum, M. S. .,.,. . 381, 439, 572, Kettelkamp, G. C. ..,. . 349, 490, Keyes, D. B. .,.... . . Keyes, D. D ......... . Keyes, Ethel . . . . . . . Keys, J. J. ..,....... . Khuans, Pearl ........ Kibler, Zena ......... Kidder, H. W. .... 102, Kiedaisch, J. A., Jr.. .. Kieding, J. R. ..... 262, Kieffer, G. C. ....... . . Kiernan, Isabel . . . . Kilander, C. C. .... , Kiler, C. A. ...... . 162 Kilgore, Dorothy . .102, Kilich, C. H.. ..... . .. Killinger. Marie . . .102 Kllton, Sylvia ..... . . . Kimball, Helen .... Kimball, Kathryne . , Kimble, G. E. ...... . 566 Kimble. J. S. . .... . .. Kimmel, L. L ...... . . . 426, Kincaid, H. E. ...... . 440, 354, Kincaid, Marian . . .495, Kindelsperger, R. .. 472 589 598 283 551 612 588 563 51 1 595 605 379 178 604 .27 569 102 565 458 425 539 573 328 562 382 409 263 451 496 4 5 3 204 517 102 562 102 505 561 102 595 102 575 102 609 516 589 557 454 425 Kinder, Margaret . .524, Kinderman, E. J. ..... . King, A. J. ...... 415, King, A. M. .......... 50 102, 365,422 King, D. S. . ......... 335 417, 602, 610, 612 King, E. E. .......... 427 569, 574, 610 King, E. P. ......... . Harriette .,..... King, King, I ........ .... Lewis, L. I. ........ . King, Marjorie .... 555, King, Mary .......... King, Mildred .... Nellie . . . . . King, Kingsland, L. G... Kingsley, Margaret Kinley, David 414, 570, Kinne, H. L., Jr.. 207, 262, 389, 437, Kinney, A. C. . . . Kinney, Mary .... Kionka, P. F.. . . .. Kip , C. ....... . Kirgy, M ..,.. 395, Kirb , W. N..103, Kirchenzaft, M. .. Kirchner, H. J.. . . Kirgis, F. L. ..... . 214, 401, Kirincich, J. . . . .. Kirk, J. M. .... .. Kirkbride, Margaret. Kirkpatrick, L. R. Kirkpatrick, W. O.. 103, Kirkwood, A. ..... . . . Kirschner, L. ..... . . . Kirtland. D. L. ..... . Kistler. G. D. .... .. Kitch en, Helen ....... Kite, A. M. ........ . Kite, S. ....... Kitt1e,K.H. Kittle, W. E. ....... . Kittlekamp, G. G. .... . Kittredge, J. M.. . . Klabunde. W. . . .. Kladyk, S. .......,. . Klatte, E. E ....... 165 575 Klauser, K. E. ..... , Klehm, Heinriette . 165 Kleiderer, E. C ..... , Klein Klein , C. ........... . , Ethel ......... Klein, H. E. ....... . Klein, L. ...... 205, Klein, ucile . .103, 495. Klein, O. G. ........ . Klein, R. . ......... . . Klein man, M. W. ..... . .481 .102 595 348 323 507 527 102 541 421 514 .21 593 205 370 593 412 103 586 448 593 593 453 591 175 548 .436 489 103 516 103 614 466 482 489 103 534 479 455 454 416 546 .482 , 458 293 457 380 103 449 212 510 491 421 525 591 594 472 INDEX or Booxs AND PERsoNs Klem, Henrietta ...... Kleppinger, Florence .. Klescewski, J. ....... . Kline, L. E. ........ . 570, 584, Klintz, Vera ......... 182, 289, 496, Kloboucnik, H. T.. . . . Klomhaus. A. P. .... .. Klontz, K. ......... . Klooz, Margaret . . .103 Kloppenburg, C. H .... 584, 593 Kluge, R. W. ...... .. 477, 552 Knab, A. .......... . Knapp, J. D. ..... 427 Knapp, L. M. ...... . Knappenger, B ..... . Kneessi. C. W. .... 205 Knerr, H. W. ....... . 401, 481, 560 Knickerbocker, W. E... Kniep, Emily ..... 534 Knight, A. R. ...... . 429, 456 Knight, F. J. ....... . Knight, Frances ...... Knight, J. F. .. .. Knight, W. O. .. . . Virginia . . . . .. Knipe, Knipp, C. T. ..... . . KniPP. Frances . , , . . Knipp,J.K. .. Kno, L. ..,........ . Knoblock, L. F. .... 104 Knoblock, R. C. .... . 380 Knoll, H. W. ..... 164 366, 455, 548, 584 Knotts, D. M ....... . . Knowles. J. L. ....... . Knox, J. D .... ....... 331, 454 Knudsen, A. C. ..... . Knudsen, O. C .... . . . Knudtzon, K. F.. . . Knutzen, T. J ..... Ko, L. .......... 104 Kober, Gertrude . . .524 Koch, A. R. ........ . 164 Koch, F. J. ........ . Koch, Irma .......... Kochendorfer, J. W.. . . Koehler, H. A. . . .104 Koehler, R. L. ...... . 407 Koeller, H. D. . . . . Koeller, M. A. 104, Koelln, Marguerite Koenig, F. J. ..... . Koenigsberg, N. ..... . Koetner, Violet ...... Koestner, P. A ...... . . 555 551 Kofi, S. A .... ........ Kohlenback, Alberta .. Kohlhagen, Eloise ..327 Kohn, E. .......... . Kohner, C. J. ..... 104 Kohr, Bernice ..... 104 Kolar, G. F. ........ . Kollar, K. V. ....... . Komie, D. ....... 205 Komie, L. .......... . Kominik. E. J. .....,. . Komm, J. .......... . Konopasek, Helen ..... Koolish, Bernice ...... Koons, Mary .... . . Koontz. Ruth .... . . Kopp, Helen ..... . . Koral, Rosalynd ...... Korb, T. ........... . Korfist, N. A ...... . . . Kotitz, Wilma . . . . . Kosin, Mildred ....... Kosser, S. A ....... . . . Kostakos, S. A .... .104 Kotin, L. .......... . Kotovic, C. L. ....... . Koucky, J. D. ....... . Kraehenbuehl, J. O.. . . Kraft, C. W. ..... 491 Kraft, F. W. ..... 105 Kraft, H. ........ . Kraft, Kraft, Vera .......... 502, 560 Kramer, Bernice . . .328 Kramer, Herman ..... Kramer, H. F. . . . . M. E. . .... 556 Kramer, J. B. .... Kramer, M ........ 326 Kramer, Reva ..... 401 Kramer, W. E. . . . Krampe, Elizabeth . Krannert, V. L. ..... . 601, 607 515 1 530 497 608 589 418 613 103 554 103 586 445 596 459 613 104 602 589 595 482 104 452 104 592 459 584 561 352 583 489 507 355 590 517 583 552 552 556 480 333 465 336 613 381 459 265 595 595 354 588 481 556 559 452 478 104 381 467 104 481 381 382 328 601 594 533 591 594 104 534 508 487 450 522 589 491 438 438 595 205 517 328 535 505 524 535 .478 432 163 509 425 584 550 427 580 417 593 439 415 486 332 565 510 392 593 417 484 534 580 588 319 610 Krantz, C. P. ........ . Krase, N. Kratz, A. P. ...... 422 Krause, Christine .. Krebaum. E. A. .... Kreft, H. D. ...... 331, Krejci, E. J. ........ .. Kremer, A. E. .... . Kremer, R. C. 249, Kremers, H. C. ...... . Krencewicz, W. J. .... . Kretschmer, V. L... 586 555 Kriebel, J. D. ...... . Kriebel, W. W. . . . Krieger Freda,.105, Krill, Josephine ...... Kroenleine, Ida ....... Kremer, E. ........ . 556 Krone, M. T. ..... 356, 378. 379, 384, Kronenberg, M. H.. . .. Krueger, C. E. ...... . Krueger, H. C. . . . . . . Krueger, H. L. ..... . . Krueger, R. L. ...... . 565 Krugman, Virginia Krumdick, W. E... Krumsieg, E. C.. .. Kruse, G. C. ,... . Kruse, Helen ........ Kruwell, J. M. ..... .. Kubacki. W. H .... . . . Kube, R. H. ........ . Kucera, H. T. .... . 471. 167 415 554 Kuehl, F. O. ....... . Kuehl, W. W. 105, 486 Kuhar, W. C .... .. Kuhl, R. E.. Kuhlemeyer, J. .. . . Kuhlman. G. H... . Kuhn, R. C. ...... 105 165 Kuhne. C. F .......... Kuhne, R. C. ....... .. Kukets, W. R.. . . . . Kulcinski, L. J .... . Kummer, Brunette . Kunke, A. W. 105, Kunstadter, R. D.. .206 Kurt, Mrs. Helen ..... Kurtinaites, J. V. .... . 556, 583 Kurtz, W. C.. . . . .. Kurtzon, C. K.. . . . 575 524 Kurz, W. C ..... . .164 Kusinski, J. ...... 105 207,248,251 Kuster, J. T. ...,.... . Kuttner, Florence .. Kuttner, H. ..... . Kuykendall, S. B.. .425 555 Kuzinskt, K. ......... . Kwing, 1. H. ........ .. Kwong, I. H .... .,.. Kyser, Lois .... .... L Labahn, M. ..... .... LaBe1l, W. .... .... Lacey,W.B.... Lach, Marie ..... .... Lackey, Florence .....,. Lacy. L. Y. ..... .... LaDine. C. B ..... .... Lagan, H. ..... .... . Laidig, D. ........... . Lair, L. .,........ 227 Lair, Lorine. . .105, 355, Lake, E. B. ......... . Lake, E. J. .......... . Lakemacher, E. E. ..... . Lamb, C. ............ . Lamb, F. ....... . Lamb, Geraldine ....... Lamb, P. A. .. .. Lambda Alpha Lambda. . Lambda Chi Alpha ..... Lamb a Omega ........ d Lambert, Anna ....... Lambert, Carolyn ..... Lambert, Eleanor , . .45 278. 279, 511 Lambert, H. C. ..... . Lambert, K. J. . . . . Lambert, Lucille . . . Lambert, Valeria . . . 166 165. 255, 566 Lambesis, P. G. . . . 106 Lamet, Helene. 106, 524 Lamet, L. L. ........ . Lamkin, J. ......... . Lan, T. A. .......... . Land, C. B ........ 355 Landa, B. S. ........ . Landers P. ........ . Landgrebe, Adele . .328 Landgren, P. W.. . PAGE 664 kai? 527 576 439 425 578 105 571 449 588 .419 , 449 458 379 167 476 468 592 564 534 531 453 357 600 594 471 553 327 546 592 534 445 486 581 505 600 588 451 105 560 591 583 489 466 248 565 488 410 575 581 581 523 579 264 384 105 592 449 455 165 205 432 471 510 438 595 255 556 564 513 469 595 442 535 512 583 105 545 595 437 518 424 612 490 589 579 528 466 485 443 519 105 535 105 615 106 436 509 182 509 590 565 614 .419 556 481 467 589 516 486 534 Landhy, Alice ......... THE 11110 OF 1929 continued Landis, A. ....... . Land Land is, P. N. on, R. 205, 265 427, 574 Lane, Beatrice . . . . Lane H. C. .... . Lane: L. S. .... . Lang, A. L. Lang, J. J. .I ...... Lang, Marjorie . . . Langdon, L. E . 237, Lang e,W. A. Langheinz, H. . . . . Lang Lang ille, L. A.579 ston, C. S. .. Langston, Dorothy Lannon, Dorothy . Lansden, A.. . . . Lansford, C. P.. . . Lansing, F. J... ... Lanu LaPe m, F. B. ..... . dus. O. G.. .. Lapin, Ruth .... La P LaP La La P I-app lant, Mildred. . lante, L. E .... 407 Porte, B. . .106: orte, Lucille .. en, H. S. .... . Larch, Thelma . . . . Largomarino, R. A.. Larimer, J. D. .... Larimer. R. M.. . ,. Larm, Ethel ... . . . Larmore, Helen . .. LaR occa, S. F.. . .. Larsen, F. D. .... . Larsen, F. L. .. . Larsen, K. A.f. .. Larsen, K. R. .... . Larson, C. L. .... . -Larson, C. R. .... . Larson, J. A. .... . Larson, J. R. .... . 237, Larson, L. J. ..... . Larson, L. M. .... . Larson, R. F. .... . Laser, H. . .... . . . Lash, A. F. ...... . Lashbrook, F. E. . . Lashmet, E. J .... Lasser, H. J. .... . Lasser, Sharlene . . Lattan, J. E.. . .. Lattig, E. A.. . . . Lauder, F. W.. . . Lauer. C. A. Laughlin, R. K.. .. Lauher A. O. 165 557 667 166 556 424: 555 480, 379. 525, 106 474 455 166 554 476 336 446 456 La Vei:ne, Woodley' Lavicka, R. W.. .. Law, P. M. ..... . Law, Wilma ..... 495, Lawler, C. H... . .. Lawrence, A. L. .. Lawrence, La Nelle. Lawrence. Marie Lawrie, H. E..262, Lawson, B. C. . . .. Lawson, E. J. .... . Layman, Frances .. Layng, T. E. ..... . Layton, Mary ..... Leach, Clara ...... Leach, Grayce ..... Leach, Margaret . . . Leaf, L. ......... . Leake, Mildred .... Lease, Mildred .... Leathers, H. H. . . . Leaverton, Dorothea Le Cerclc Francaise . Leconta, F. E. .... . Lederer, Elizabeth.. Lederer, F. L. . . . . Lee, Dorothy ...... l soo, sis, Lee, Edith ........ G . B. ...107, Lee, Lee, Lee, S. C. . .... Leeper, Alberta .... Leeper, Gladys .... Leifler, R. E .... . .. Lehman, S. S. .... . Lehmann, Willie .. Leibovitz, Freida . . Leibovitz, S. ..... . Leikem, B. C... . . . Leimbacher, E. S. . Leimbacher, R. C. . Leininger, Lydia . . . Lee, O. C. ...... . R. E. ...... . 564 167 167 107 263 167 665 167 52s 167 560 432, 107 107 565 1075 -iii 497, 107 461 455 szo 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 484 411 106 372 610 552 470 454 416 436 551 605 595 419 588 593 106 501 504 412 106 548 595 162 384 552 533 382 546 571 383 401 603 468 554 489 503 562 106 486 430 382 447 547 422 580 166 595 569 471 569 450 594 474 381 472 534 382 462 106 587 444 380 533 454 586 106 615 554 408 497 603 482 575 449 561 458 501 516 512 507 615 484 518 538 411 107 552 452 521 594 278 601 541 571 477 473 556 615 503 452 547 107 554 526 479 355 439 107 613 554 Leisenring. J. G. M., Jr. Leith, E. L. ......... . LeMaster, J. L. .... 459, LeMatty, R. S. ...... . Lemercier, Therese .... 354, Lemet, Helen ........ Lemmon, J. A .... ..... Lemon, Ruth ........ Lemons, Janet . . . . . Lenz, A. ......... 102, 411, 545, Lenz, C. R ....... .380, Leonard, G. P. .... 107, Leonard, H. W. ..... . Leonard, Maria ........ 288 , 497, Lesak, W. V. ....... .. 353 , 354, Lescher, F. M..379, 600, Leschofs, C. ......... . Leslie, R. T. ......... . Lessin, H. .......,.., . Lester, B. .... 108, 371, Leszczinski, F. W. .... . . Leutwiler, L. G. ...... . 415 , 554, Leutwiler, O. A. . 415, 569,'574, Levenberg, M. H .... . . . Levenstein. S. ..... . Levin, Beatrice .... 521, Levin, B. M. ....... . Levin, H. .... 455, 549, Levin, H. B ....... 205, Levin, M. M. ..... 323, Levin,S.N... Levin, Toby ...... 328, LeVine, A. C. ...... . LeVine, H .... ..... Levine, Irene. . .... 323, Levine, S. .......... . Levinson, S. A. ...... . Levinstein, G. E. ..... . Levy, Florence . . . Levy, H. ...... . Levy, J. ...... Levy, M. .... .... . Levy, M. D. ...... 108, Levy, S. B. .... ..... . Lewcy, H. .... .... . Lewin, W. M. ....... . Lewis, Alberta ..... 497, Lewis, E. J., Jr. ..... . Lewis, G. C. ........ . Lewis, J. D. ...... 477, Lewis, H. ........ . Lewis, J. M. ....... . 390, 459, 491, Lewis, J. W. ....... . Lewis, M. A. ..... 335, Lewis, Musa ...... 495, Lewis, P. H.. .381, 459, Lewis, Ruth .......... Lewis, W. D. ..... 166. Lewis, W. F.. .167, 369, Lewis, W. V. ....... . Lewison. M. ..... . Li, W. P. ......,. 108, Library School ....... Lichty, R. E. ....... . Lichty, W. H. 108, 379, Lickiter, Anne .... 282, Lidschin. H. ........ . Lidster, H. A. .... 108, Lieberman, Ruth ...... Lieberman, S. ....... . Lieberman, W. A. .,.. . Liebert, T. E. ....,... . Liebling, B. M. ..... . . . Leibling, Eleanor ..... Lierman, Adeline ..... Lies, R ............... Liese,E.E...... . Laeanfelt, M. v. . 561, 409 447 579 412 .45 497 495 431 503 511 180 577 470 604 452 .39 603 108 546 602 588 458 487 437 108 372 574 312 578 453 453 550 594 594 265 455 484 521 108 594 325 479 594 450 525 479 595 438 453 453 448 484 603 437 481 579 438 388 593 429 453 438 508 595 552 214 414 434 594 552 .30 464 464 327 450 548 510 455 450 436 453 510 108 417 408 474 Lifvendahl, R. A ....... 580 Liggett, T. R. 108 260. 557. 570. 604 Lill, Eleanor ..... 373 Lill, Maxine ...... 108, 496 Lin, C. G ........ 108,555 Lincoln, F .... . . ...... 473 Lind, Eva . . . .... 534 Lind, H. G. .... ,..... 4 77 Lind, K. .... .. .337, 465 Lind, K. H. .... ...... 3 81 Lind, L. R. . ........., 334 Lind, P. B. N .... 108, 579 Lindberg, A. G.. ....... 381 Lindbloom, A. L ...... 36 .4 Lindemen, M. F. ....... 109 552, 569, 572 in er o m, a . .... .. L' d hl Ell 533 Lindgen, A. M. ....... . Lindgren, L ......... Lindgren, . M. ...... . . Lindley, Frances ....... Lindroth, A. W.. . .577, Lindsay, F. . . .205, 231, Lindsay, R. L.. .... 109, 412 212 205 516 607 409 475 continued McCullough, C. E. Marian Lytton, R. B. ..,..... .. THE ILLICD OF 1929, Lindsay, Lindsay, W. L. . 475, 574, Lindsey, Juanita . . .109, Lindsey, K. ....,..,. . Lindsey, R. E ......... Linebarger, Pauline. Linfield, Lenore .... Ling, D. D ..,. .... Linicome, A.. .108, Link, E. C ........... Linnancan Society and Burrill Bolany Club. Linnard, I. R. .109, 340 462, 593, 599 Linnell, W. S. ...... .. Linquist, Frances ..... Lintrap, V. R .... .. Lipe, C. C .... 162, 226, 227, 416 Lipow, Julia ......... Lippert, A. L ...,.. sie iid ids 380. 459 Lippert, Arlene .... Lipscomb, Virginia . Lipscomb, W. P.. .541 Lisenfeldt, M. V ...... Lissner, H. R ........, 562 Litman, S ....,......, Littell, F. M. .109, 349 Little, Neva . ........ . Little, R. F. ......... . Littleton, A. C. ...... . 570 Littman, E. R. ..,.... . Litvan, L. J ........., Litweller, O. B ....... 330 Litwin, H. . ,.,.. .. Livengood, C. G. . . Livezey, La Verne . .534 Livingston, A. K ...... Livingston, G. S. . . Livingston, Marjorie .. 499 109 332, Livingston, P. B. ..... . 369 Livingston, P. C ..... . . Lloyd, B. A .......... Lloyde, C. V ..... Lo, S. L ,........... Loblaw, W. T ........ Lochard, G. M.. . . . Lock, Dorothy .... Lock, Kathryn . .... . . . Locke, E. J. ....., . Locke, R. ..164, Locke, R. F. ......... . Locke, Dorothy .. . . Lockhart, Grace ..., 401, 515, 561 Lockwood, J. M. . . . Loeb, S. . ....... .. Loebenburg. Flora .. . . . Loekle, Catherine ,.... Loewenstein, D. ..... . Loewy, E. ...... . ids 366 idi is? Logan, A. L. ..... . . . Logan, H. L. .... .... . Logeman, Maydee ..... Lo othetti, V. .. . . . Lolgimann, K. B .... Lohmeyer. Bernice .... Loisy, Roberta . ..... . . Lok: . .............. . -iid Lome, D. .... ....... . London, L. ....... 109 Lonek, Eleanor . .,.. .. 278. 279, 383 Lonergan, J. E. .... 443 Long, Bernita ........ Long, C. V. ........ . . Long, H. I ..... ....., Long, J. R ....... 110 Longbons, E. E., Jr.. .. 456 Longhurst, Edith ...... Longley, R. G.321, 446 Longworth, J. W. .... . Loomis, M. A ...,. . . . Loomis, M. S .... .. Loos, D. W. ..... . Lopez, Eleana ........ iii Lotz, R. F .... ........, 1 8 0 7 , 32 Loudenbeck. Eleanor. . . Lounsbery, G. ....... . Love, Loving, H. ......... . W.W .......,. Lowe,G.K. .,.. Lowe, G. W .......,.. 469 Lowe, H. B. ....,. 110 Lowe, L. L. . ....,.. . . Lowe, Virginia ....... Lowenstein, E. F ...... Lowenstein, L. A ...... 488 Lowenstein, L. R ...... Lowenthal, H. A "'-iid W. K .... .167, 333 109 600 516 427 380 516 606 556 605 490 559 370 607 463 603 109 213 573 535 332 565 533 560 564 167 552 570 578 514 348 466 604 453 462 109 589 487 575 562 472 594 283 615 167 446 446 595 109 556 381 481 517 517 459 459 459 522 289 565 489 450 510 523 438 450 382 417 507 595 609 507 596 538 561 487 109 518 571 609 109 586 425 110 579 535 601 491 553 552 471 562 110 2 46 562 491 110 467 485 110 611 579 426 534 488 110 585 614 110 550 INDEX or Booxs AND PERSONS Lowenthal, M. L ...... Lowitz W ' . J . . .... Lownsliery, Virginia. Lowry, F. ......, . iss Lowry, J. H. ....... . Lowry, K. ..... . Lucas, Fae .. . . 110, Lucas, H. C.. .408, Lucas, ' Lucke Lucknian, C. I ..... ii-i 473 Lois .,...,.... H. .......... . 421 Luders, H. C ..... 382 Ludlow, Mildred . ..., . Ludolph, P. C ..... Luettich, J. K ..... -iii Luker, G. R. ...... 490 Lum, S. A .....,..... 1 1 1 1 Lunak, K. .......... . Lundberg, C. A ....... Lundeberg, O. . .... . . . Lundeberg, T. R ...... 461 Lundeen, H. M.. . .110 Lundgren, C. L. ...,. . 248, 410 Lundgren, J. A. ..... . Lundgren, Marie .. . . . . 519 Lundstrom, R. A .... . . Lundstrum, J. E. . . Lundy, Maiden .... Lupton, P. T ..... iid Luse, H. C. ...... . Lusk, E. H. ......... . Lustlield, L. B ......,. Lustgarten, E. M.. .... . Luther, Alice ..,. .... 1 1 1 1 1 L,...h.., J. M ...... Lutheran Student iii 1 1 v Association ........ Luttrell, Eleanor. . .111 Lutz, Jeanett ......... Lycan, W. H. ..... 425 Lyford, Helen ...... . Lyman, R. W. ..... 213 Lynch, Mary F ....... Lynch, W. H. ....... . Lyon, D. R.. . .11l, 176 234, 242, 471 Lyon, G. R. ........ . Lyon, Harriet E. .... . 383 Lyon, I. H. ..,.. . Lyon, R. B. ..378, 384, 456, 600 Lyons, Julia . ..... . 401 376 ,633 Lytle, Elizabeth ...... 335, 366 Lytton, W. B., Jr. .... M McAdam, E. . ....,. .. McAdams, Mary .... . McArthur, Ruth ..163 McBride, O. L.. . . . McBroom, V. R.. .. McBurney, W. Y.. 499, 560 McBride, Jane .... 111 380 111 415 McCabe, Florence ..... McCall, J. M. ....... . McCann, R. M. ..... . McCanne, W. R ...... McCarron, Bernice .... 512 McCarthy, E. J ....... McCarthy, Margaret. . . McCarthy. W. L ...... McCarty, F. W ....... McCarty, J. ........ . McCaskil1, O. L. ..... . McClain, Eva ........ McClain, R. ........ . 570, 571 McClave, Blanche . .111 McClay, A. T. ..... . McClellan, H. F ...... McClelland, Ednamae . McClelland, G. B. .416 McClelland, G. F. .... . McClelland, Helen .... McClothlin, Margaret. . McClure, McClure, D. . ....-- - - Dorothy .163 294, 535 McClure, Jane .... 328 McClure, McClure, W. E. .. - V - - 212 C. C. ..... . McClure, M.T ....... McCollum, P. G.. .--- McConnell, GeneVl0VC-- 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 450 413 500 443 381 480 558 545 401 213 359 546 452 516 .593 563 595 556 589 417 612 110 579 461 205 573 553 110 564 381 440 553 579 579 440 453 .594 540 380 485 564 , 601 533 62 4 534 411 529 452 205 574 .422 111 514 471 382 606 111 592 164 502 579 .418 489 608 495 615 517 437 448 . 111 573 540 .590 .461 .431 .111 552 .436 .111 517 .554 .469 .558 .414 .539 111 593 605 553 .382 538 445 .435 .401 .562 452 293 283 603 535 .430 205 216 111 111 401 McConnell, J. W.. .50, 353, 365, 545, McCord, D. ....... . McCorkle, N. . .333, McCormick, Josephine. McCowen, Lucille .. . . . McCoy, B. . ........ .. McCoy, Gladys . ..... . 495, McCoy, J. W. ...... . 418, McCoy, M. A. .... . . 384, McCrackin, R. H.. McCristal, K. J .... 483, McCrory, Beth .... 112, McCullough, D. B.. . .. McCullough, Helen . . . McCune, R. H. ..... . McCutcheon, Evelyn. . . McDaniel, C. D.. .. . . 552, McDaniel, E. E. ..... . 448 McDaniel, W. B ...... McDaniels, R. ....,. . McDermont, V. A. . 235, McDermott, B. F ..... McDermott, H. B ..... McDill, G. H ........ McDonald, Audrey McDonald, E. F. . .569, McDonald, Georgine .. McDonald, Helen .... McDonald, Jean ..333, McDonnell, Helen.. . . . McDonough, Nelle McDonough. W. .... . McDougal, W. D ....- McDougall, Gladys . . . McDougall, W. B ....- McDowell, Barbara .... McDowell, W. S. .112, McEachran, Pearl . .112, Mclildwards, W. J. .326, McElroy, W .... 335. McElwee, . J ..... 173, 2 4 243 3 , 236, McBndarfer, M. E .... . McEvi1ly, Dorothy .... McFadzean, J. ...... . McFrederick, W. .... . McGary, D. ........ . McGee, R McGinley, .W ........ J. ..,.... . McGinley, T. ....,.. . McGinnis, E.H ...... 382. McGinnis, Frances.. 50, 173, 278. 344, 358, 495, 515, 559. McGinnis, G. C. .... .. McGinnis, Louise .. . . . McGinty, Alice ..163, 180, 182, 183, 279, 319, 366, 495, McGlone, Lillian. . . 112, McG1oughton, Margaret. McGowan, G. J. .. . . .. McGowan, Julia ...... McGowan, Lucille .. . . . McGrarry, D. . ..... .. McGrath, E. L. ..... . McGrath, H. W ...... 371, 373, 407, McGraw, Mary . .... .. McGrew, Betty . .... .. 332, cGuckin G M M , . McGuigan, H. McHenry, J. S .... 432, Mcllwee, E. J ........ Mclnerney, J. F. ..... . Mclntire, J. D .... .... 470. McIntyre, W. H.. .112, Mclrney, J. R ........ McKeague, E. A ...... McKeague, E. D ...... McKee, D. ......... . McKee, Frances ...... 505, McKee, J. F. ....... . 342, McKee, Mildred ...... 282, 333, McKee, T. C ...... McKee, T. H. ..... 434, McKeehan, H. ...... . McKeever, D. F.. . .234, McKelfrish, L. ...... . 354, 111 593 490 435 498 560 534 448 383 523 412 545 379 460 586 560 527 599 112 288 586 539 473 593 112 552 481 449 415 410 333 420 327 598 528 603 539 415 112 524 420 439 328 559 515 446 497 435 419 205 420 483 509 431 439 445 480 491 491 379 434 112 365 615 587 112 540 164 289 524 354 528 408 535 165 445 445 112 426 512 .45 554 381 591 548 577 324 355 551 443 491 248 569 415 112 562 112 424 167 535 444 435 555 240 490 McKelvey, F. H ...... .44 McKelvey, L. W ...... 146 McKeown, Lois .. . .112, 529 McKinlay 459 M cKinley H al .... 4' 'Sli ,J. D ........ I .... 533 McKinley Memorial Univcrxily Prexbylcrian Church . . ........ . . McKinney, Louise. . 113, McKinstry, B. L. ..... . . McKnight, V. ....... . McKown, P. R ........ McLaren, Esther ....... 503, McLarty, Vivian ...... McLaughlin, A. F ...... 614 533 481 113 417 165 615 500 587 McLaughlin, C. B. .325. 419 McLaughlin, J. B .. 45, 113, 183, 208, McLean, G. A ......... McLeish, Stella ........ McLeod, M. G ....... McLeod, Virginia ...... McMackin, S. C ....... McManus, J. L .. 50, 370, 389, 423, 571, McMichael, Florence .... McMillan, Faye.. . .534, McMillan, Julia .....,. McMillan, Mona ...... McMillan, R. G. ...... . McMinn, A. P ..- ..... . McMullen, M. O. ..... . McMullen, W. J ....... McMurtrie, R. E .....-- 253, McNabb. L. ..... . McNabb, Terese . . . McNair, G. B .... McNair, Margaret.. McNamara, C. M. . McNaught, M. L . McNaughton, C. R iii, iii 1 McNaughton, W. C .... McNeal, L ........ .... McNeill, W. T ....,. . 208. McNulty, E. J. ..... . McNutt, W. J ...113, McPherson, M. D ...... McRoberts, Alyne ..... McVay, T. N ........ McVitty, R. S ..... McWhinney, Wilma. . . Mabel, H. ......... . Mahon. A. ....... 381. MacDonald, F. H ..... MacDonald, J. ....... . 381. MacDonald, Jean . . MacDonald, Josephine 383 MacFarland, J. A.. Maclntire, H. J.. .. Mack, Elizabeth . . . Mackay, Helen .... 462, Mackay, Mary ........ Macke, M. C . ....... . MacKenzie, Carolyn .... Mackey, F. H. ....... . . Mackey, Lois ......... Mackh, F. . . ...... . . . Macklin, H. M ..... . 382, 409, MacLeon, M. G. ...... . 564, MacLeod, S. J. ........ MacMillen, Mary 283. lVlacNaughton, W. C. . . MacNeill, H. ........ . Macpherson, Iris . .113, Madden, L. G. ........ Madding, H. ... .... Maddox, W. ......... . Madsen, C. T. ..... . . . 548, 554, Magidson, I. P ...,,.... Magnuson, Ethel ...... Magruder, M. ....,. . 430, 593, Maher, M. F .......... 416, 547, Maierhofer, Ann , Main, M. M. . 114, 456, Main, Ruth ........... Maizel, Rebecca .... 114, Major, Florence ....... Majors, J. ........... . Maley, W. F. ....... .. Mallatt, Margaret ...... 603, Malley, L. E .......... Mallin, J. B .......... Mallory, J. M .... .381, Mallory, J. S. ..... 390, Malmberg, C. G. ..... . . Malmberg. .l. M.. . 167, Malone, W ......... Malsbury, Frances ...... ' 530, 535, Malstrom, B. E.. . .249, Mamer, Louisan . . .328, Manaster, Rosalyn ..... Manchester, Miriam .. . . 50 444 478 535 598 528 446 365 593 520 538 612 501 587 427 595 553 248 429 589 535 563 516 489 113 548 113 554 448 165 419 586 437 587 113 598 460 497 489 490 474 326 547 500 335 502 326 578 113 113 535 113 505 451 518 589 379 606 113 614 591 603 564 465 596 481 448 589 415 574 453 511 390 614 326 595 166 599 541 533 534 432 445 523 606 473 434 441 593 422 491 614 114 562 409 535 510 503 Mangan, Eleanor ..... 535, 561 Maniscalo, F. J ....... Manley, A. C .... . .114 Manley, E. J. ....... . 262, 263, 573 Manley, J. M. .... . Manley, R. S. .... 481 Mann, Clara ......... Mann, E. C. ..... 439 Mann,E.J... Mann, Verna . . . . . Mann, W. . ..... . . . . Mansowitz, D. ...... . Manville, R. L .... 384, 437 March, D. A. ....... . 418 March, Francis ....... March, Helen ..... . . . March, Lt. . ........ . . Marcus, M. K.379, 384 Mariani, Edythe ...... Maris, Marine, Dorothy .. . . E.H ........ Sis Mark, Gladys . .... 333 Markley, Evelyn ...... Markwalder, D. A ...,. Marland, I. J ......... d, Sylvia ...... Maroney, Alice .. .... . Marose, L. ......... . Marquam, L. F ....... Marquard, G. A ...... Marquadt, Sarah ..... 557, 565 Marquess, G. C ....... Marquis, B. ........ . Marquiss, G. .. . . .. Marriner, L. M .... 212, 217, 429, 552 Marsh, C. ..... . . . Marsh, Isabel ..... Marsh, Lecie ..... 114 Marsh, Mrs. Ruth ..... Marsh, Virginia ...... ii-5 iii 282, 369, Marshall, F. B ........ Marshall, Flossie ..... Marshall, H. G .... 114, 320, 344, 444, Marshall, 1. M ........ 574 , 593, Marshall, J. Y. .... . Marshall, P. A. .... 50, Marshall, R. ........ . Marshall, W. D. .... . 335 , 369, Marston, W. R ....... Marten, M. C ....... Martenson, D. E ...... Marthens, Edith ...... Marthing. W. L Martin, A. J. . Martin, B. F. .37 , Martin, Clara Martin, D. L. 'ci '445 . .... 114 Martin, E. C. ....... . Martin, Elva ......... Martin, Emily .... 401 Martin, Fannie ....... Martin, G.L ......... Martin, H. B. ....... . 564 469, Martin, H. G. Martin, H. R. , 574. ffffsii. 1 1 Martin, J. . ........ .. Martin, B. ........ . Martin, J. E. ....,.. , Martin, K. W ..... 430, Martin, L. C. ....... . Martin, L. E. ... .. . Martin, L. S. .... .. . Martin, L. W. ...... . . Martin, Marian ...... Martin, Mary ,.,,.... Martin, R. B ......... Martin, R. C. ..... . Martin, Ruth .354, 497, Martin, W. A.381, 382, Martin, W. G ..... . .. Martindale, Elizabeth. . Martinie, R. E .... 380, Martz, L.E ......... Marvel, C. C ......... Marvel, C.S ..... Marx, Mildred ....... Maryan, H. O ....... Maxk and Bauhlc. . . 425, Maske, W. B. ..... 489, Mason, Dixie .. 507, Mason, Elizabeth ..498, Mason, H. G ........ Mason, K. W ......... Mason, Marjorie . .115, Mason, Masser, R. S. ....... . H. P.. Masterson, C. T. ..... . 574. 1 14 606 114 426 205 582 457 410 559 602 563 533 589 594 379 595 491 593 390 504 390 606 498 470 495 530 500 540 45 450 521 323 473 434 588 524 606 114 458 415 205 602 551 561 559 384 167 502 413 535 175 607 459 600 444 415 415 167 444 318 468 114 114 563 491 593 379 575 427 516 535 541 114 372 610 115 481 337 437 436 491 115 590 427 580 401 518 468 414 611 614 213 515 560 446 555 437 441 525 594 354 579 560 563 115 419 515 432 115 471 593 PAGE 665 Menke, W. J ..... THE 11110 011929 Mathew, Doris .... Mathews, D. A .... 370, Mathews, Mary .. . . Mathews, M. W. ., Mathis, A. J. ..., . A L Mathis, . . . . . Mathis, F. R. . .. Mathis, G. .... . Mathis, Helen .... Mathis, W. . ..., .. Mathison, C. A ,... Matlock , G. ..... , Matlock, R. . .... .. Matthews, E. N. . . Mattox, J. H. .. . . . Mattson, L. W.. . . . Mattson, Sadie , . . Matula, G. ,.,,.. . Mauck, W. S. ,... . Mauer, Loreen .... Maute, A. R ..... Mautz, Genevieve Mavity, W. A ..... Maxant, E. A ..... 557, Maxwell, Jean .. . . . Maxwell, L. C. . . . Maxwell, Maxwell, May, E. H ....... Mayberry, R. S. . , . Mayberry, R. W. . . Mayer, B. J ....... Mayer, I. B ....... Mayer, M. . .... . . . Mayer, R. W. . . . , 381, Mayes, Gertrude .. . Mayers, L. I. ..., . May Fete ....... Mayfield, Mary .... Mayne, F. B ...... Mays, A. B ....... Mays, A. R ....... Mead, Carolyn .... Mead, C. W. .... . Mead, Florence .... Mead,G. V. 471 Mead, H. ....... . Meade, R. D. .... . Meade, R. G. Meader, Natalie . . . Meador, C. E. . . . . Means, Minne . . . Mearns, J. G. .... . Meats, Margaret .. . Medley, Mary .. . . . Medlin, M. D ...., eeke eannette M . .l Meeks, Lucille .. . Meents, E. H. ..,. . Meets, H. W..2l4, Meets, Margaret Megan, C. G ..,.., Me ee, Kermit L. . . Meglman. M. .... . Mei, E. K ........ Meier, Verna ..,,. Meier. W. L ...... Meierhofer, Anne.. Meigs, F. S ,167, Meisenbach, Hilda . Meislahn, A. C .... Melcher, L. . .... .. Melcher. W. . . Meld, E. E .... .. Melnick, P. ..... . Meloan, R. ....., . Melton, W. D, .... Melvin, B. H.. 116, Melvin, Helen. 116 Memler, Ruth .. . . . Mendelson, A. . . . . Menge, Hazel ..... Menges, Barbara .. Mensching, W. C.. Men'.r Glee Club... Menz, R. E. . .116, Menzimer, Viola .. Mercey, A. A.356, Merchant, Esther .. Merchant, Olivia .. Merdian, C. F .,... Merkel, A. G ,.,.. Merker, Mildred .. Mernitz, Adele .... Merrill, F. L. .... . Merrill, L. H. .. Merrill, R. D ...... Merriman, J. W. . . Merritt, J. F. .,.. . Merritt, W. F. .. . . Merr Helen M...l: w. 151111 n.J...,. w. 1c.... 445 427 1' 15 115 1 1 535 115 593 498 .466 587 587 410 448 529 448 547 437 457 490 414 424 520 589 408 ... 508 ,.. 571 ,., 115 115, 583 .115,471 560, 565 115 499 .. . 418 .., 612 552 595 227 449 440 427 115 452 548 116 566 289 116 456 215 116 528 369 556 234 116 422 461 564 518 265 466 116 357 116 572 117 595 455 472 595 331 595 115 452 286 528 459 465 581 535 412 513 356 606 588 431 432 116 486 516 586 524 523 588 524 507 476 547 326 445 409 549 552 531 478 512 462 116 562 239 487 487 556 594 460 413 600 519 531 487 615 323 603 413 116 382 593 508 560 116 509 590 554 535 280 540 464 586 599 116 587 486 527 388 614 INDEX OF Booxs AND PE1zsoNs-continued Merryweather, Hele Mershon, Dorothy. . Mershow, D. G .... Mertens, A. D .,... Mervis, Celia . .. Mesenbrink, W. R.. Meskimen, L. C .. 475, Metcalf, C. L. .. . , Metcalf, N. W Meteer, W. A. Jr.. Metz, A. R. ...... . Metzel, C. H ..... Metzger, A. U.. , . . Meyer, A. C ..... Meyer, E. . .,.., .. Meyer, E. J ...... Meyer, G. F .... . Meyer, H. T. .460, Meyer, 1. H. .... Meyer, M. ...... . Meyer, Pauline .... Meyer, Susanne . . . Meyer, Verna ..... Meyers. A. O. .... Meyers, Harriet . . . Meyers, H. T. . . .. Meyers, Meyers, Meyers Michae H.. 213, .45 552 348 425 485 380 476 117 W. E. ...... . Wilhelmina .. . tem, A. , ...... 1, Janette .,. 564 Michelmann, Ada .. Michelmann. Flora ,,.. Michelson, J. ....,.. . Michener, Harriett. 117 Michniuk, J. M ....,.. Middleton, Anna ...,. Middleton, L. G ..... Middleton, R. E .... Midlesworth, W. B.415 Midle, E. E. ........ . Miles, L. L. ........ ,. Miles, R. H ...... 383 Miley, Bernice ..... 328 Miley, C. H. ..... . 366, 432 Miley. D. ,.....,.., . Milion, L. ......,.., . Mililar Militar y . ........... . yBall ,.... Military Day Review . 383 117 515 288 117 570 554 117 596 559 Military Honor: . .... . Millar, Cornelia . , . Millar, J. L ...... Millar, Lucille .... Millen, K. . ..... .. Miller, Alice .. . . . . Miller, B. .... . . Miller, Clara .... . . Miller, Cora H. . . . Miller, Cora K.. . ,. Miller, C. R. .... . 407, 447, Miller, Dickie . . , . Miller, D. A. .... . Miller, Dorothy . . . 368, 497, Miller, Doris . .50, 500, 560, Miller, Edena ..... Miller, F. ....... . Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, G.A ...... Mrs. G. A. . G. E. .... . Gladys, 383, Helen ..... H. R ..... , J. ....... . J. F. .,.,. . Josephine . . Miller, June ..... . Miller, Miller, Miller Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Leota .. . . .. L. F, ..... . M. . .... 45, M. A. .. . .. Mable .... Mary ..... M. K ,..... 182, 208, M. R. M. S. Myrtel .... N. .... . . . , N. A. . 117. N. R. ..,. . 344, 348, P. M. .... . R. ....... . 379 1 Rovenia . . . Thelma . . . T. S.. .234, Vivian .... 533 ri see ?' .J ..... .W ..,.. 452 527 185 117 566 467 117 349 586 512 255 551 485 555 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 496 500 580 .415 535 434 117 593 470 593 411 591 591 117 571 117 594 586 586 439 379 526 565 513 486 562 437 579 518 438 519 518 518 450 505 564 534 381 382 605 436 447 416 535 164 571 432 489 387 370 389 400 535 435 534 460 562 446 1 17 603 39 530 345 604 174 382 166 615 495 601 527 563 443 592 288 490 606 289 441 487 401 499 497 496 594 594 381 518 500 164 450 572 488 1 17 179 450 208 574 459 335 477 118 562 563 416 118 588 490 588 564 485 Milligan, Daisy. . . . Milliken, Eulah .... 508g 554 Milliken, Yvonne .. 1,18 508, 560, 611 Millington, A. ...... . 428 Millizen, E. J ........ Mills, Canclon ' .....,. Mills, C. E. ........ . , 255, 321 Mills, D. ........ .. . Mills, D. R ...,,.,.. 212, 221, 226 Mills, G. A. . ..... 221 Mills, G. M. ,..,.. . . Mills, K. W. ..... 381 Mills, Olive ......,.. Mills, T. R. ........ . Miltimore, C. A. . .118 Miner, G. B. ..,..... . Minister, H. H. . . .118 Minor Sporis, Men ... Minor Sports, Women. Minot, C. A ,....... . Minot, G. O. ..... 205 Minton, Lennis . .,... . Mishkin, I. ...... . . . Mitchell, Althea . .... - Mitchell, Antoinette . , Mitchell, E. G. ..,. 408 Mitchell, E. .... 379 Mitchell, oan ....... Mitchell, M. H ....... Mitchell, R. B. ..... . . 440, 554 Mitchell, R. E. ...... . Mitchell, R. G. ..... . Mitchem, Angeline. .50 178, 288, 289 Mittelman. G. E ...... 450 Mittendorf. '---'- - Mitterwallner, M. H. . 212, 216, 415 Mittler, W. D ....... Mobcr ley, K. E .... Mobley, R. L .... Mochon. A. W .... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 118 Mock,J.T,. 1 Moehl, Erna BI ...... 533 Moeller, Gertrude .. . . - 411 Moeller, R. G ..... 1 Moers, T. C ........- 119 Moffat, Emma . . . . 1 Mogul, S. A ...... 166, 183, 325 Moh, K. K. .,....,.. . Mohler, J. W. ....... . Mohr, C. O ......- -1 Mojonnier, Helen .. . . . Molden, H. ........ . Molles, Minora ...... 213 Moloney, R. T .... 1 Monack, A. J. ...... -. Monahan, Winifred. . . Monnier. C. S ........ Monro, R. R .....- - 1 - Monroe, C. ...-.--- - Monson, Doris ..,.... Monson, J. ........ . . Monsson, Mabel ...... Moore 55555555 5555 555 555 555 5 555 09.2009-9,2 ooglg, 229, ooo oo: 3 :Ina gremsgfsreo Egan ana EP? T3 ,ESQ ...-...- .-.. ...- 1 1 O: wzzrwgzr zregfre 092' EW 9,9 2 225 - 11 ' 11 - ,.. ' 11 , ' ' O.,,2Z-o'-T. O -1-111152 37:9-LD' 535' QF: 9 1590 ' . ' ' '-. ' ' . ' oe O. ' . D O . . 17 u- . ..... . .... .w. , . . . N KT!" .. ...... -c-....o-w.3,1o ..v-?,.f,g, gscag . - . . . . . 1- .... vuo- . AQ .Nru. . -1 u-Till' -j---'jF"-'-I5'b"j--l"'j-?'--- E'1S"s :...i:...1.o..:1..,..1......1......,...,.,..,.. ..-.....asa1....x11o.-..o1.x1.a1...m.,.. .wo.....-1'-wo....N-b:o..?1.:0.:-...?1.... -hc--vioxvnvuvum..v1uu-Av-m-viv-v-N.Awu1.na1v1mmA-env- woo.-so--.AN-Aon-sownavo-hoooo-Awoxmovo-wso-hox-.ao NIV-IND--BO-baxwwof-v-INNWO-hwNlvlvlNNvswww0O-50005 'P' U ,l.. F Moore Pace 666 , 119 38 , 432, 593 Moore, . L.. .379, 423, 569 , S ......... 119 534 118 615 354 612 118 598 417 118 162 455 547 205 417 604 466 475 528 381 413 612 573 257 3 43 442 535 487 533 327 508 595 448 529 578 1 18 606 384 435 118 504 118 489 420 205 491 421 165 442 471 415 118 565 612 582 595 498 182 450 556 444 563 535 490 119 410 569 539 552 445 437 119 467 119 Moore, Thyra .... . . . Moore, Virginia ...... Moore, W. C. ..,... . Moorehead, F. B ....... Moorman, Mary . ,327, Moorman, R. B. ..379, 482, 552, 600, Mora, J. M. ......... . Moran, J. F ........., Morehouse, R. A ....... Moreland. J. W. ..... . More 1.16 8 ...zz, 37,1 Y1 Y , 356, 357, 385, ' 558, Morey, Mrs. L ......... Morgan, C. . ..... . . Morgan, F. M. . . Morgan, Mildred ...... Morgan, N. D. ...... . Morgan, W. B. ...... . Morgan, Winona ...... Morgan . . , C Q . . . Morley, Orpha .... 119, Morlock, Esther .... . 554, Moroney, Alice .... . Morony, Mary .... Morray, K. R .... . . . 575, Morrical, K. C. ....... . Morris, C. G ...... . Morris, F. H ...... Morris, K. R. . 120, 356, 546, 556, 583, Morris, L. P. ........ . Morris, Mary ..... 328, Morrison, A. ..,.. 2591, Morrison, ' Morrison, Emma 4- ..... . Morrison, R. E.' . . . . . Morrison, R. F. '..1-.... Morrison, S. H. .. ,Z . ., ,Mortow, Kathryn ..383, J--tMorrow, T. W .... ..... 4 .Morse, G. R. ........ . Morse, J. A. . Morse, M. B. . .... . 204, 407, Mortimer, H. M ....... E. C. ...120,, - 104, 467, Mortimer, J. .. . .. Morton. G.R. Morton, Julia .... 569, '.Morton, K. G. . ,. 120, , 385, 456, Morton,K.T. Morton, Louise . . . . . . . Morton, M. B. ... Morton. S.H .... Moses, G. T .... .... Mosher, K. W .. .. 473, 547, Moskovitz, P. .... . . . . Moskowitz, M. . . . Moss, C. C ..... 126, Moss, Hazel ..... 345, 499, 204, 407, Moudry, R. J .... .. Moulton, H. K... 381, Mounce, K. L .... .... Mounty,C.B,... Mouzan, E. D .... 415, Mowat, J. F ..... 214, Mower, Grace . . , . . . . Mowrey, Margaret . . , 335. 506, Moye, Ruth ..... .... Moyer, Bernelda . . Moyer, D. G 422, Mudgett, Mudgerr, C.L .... C.T .... 528, 126,' Muegge, L. W. .. . . 205, 212, 221, Muellen, Dorothy . . . . . Mueller, E. M .... .... Mueller, Florence . , . . . 519, Mueller. J. V. . Muhl, P. O. .2l3, 227, Muhs, E. E. . .120, 420, Muirhead, Dorothy .... Mu Kappa Alpha ...... Mulhall, L. ...... 411, Mullady, R. E .... 337, Mullen, Do'othy. . 164. Mulliken, C. E . . .120, Mulliken, W. W ...... Mullin, B. . ......... .. Mulvane, A. E. ...... .. Mulvane, O. E ....... Mumford, H. W.. Jr 338, 454, 551, Mummert, D. V. . .381, Munger, O. W .. .548, Munnecke, R. C. . .373, Munson, Florence ...... Muntz, H. F ...... . Muntz, J. H. .381, Muntz, R. ...... . 500 499 613 588 512 384 602 594 420 324 586 342 457 604 558 545 607 531 569 119 563 427 541 530 562 509 534 119 576 446 422 551 372 606 120 503 420 4.62 408 504 574 423 590 563 601 456 444 176 408 591 490 120 583 120 382 464 613 513 426 420 120 356 606 455 438 470 120 599 408 585 454 452 435 592 446 520 328 612 562 528 560 593 602 120 420 503 430 495 561 444 489 565 532 606 545 436 328 410 410 448 593 121 26 563 426 564 454 528 434 547 417 384 Munz, O. W..379, Murnane, J. E ..... 121 661 121 444 586 417 234 3 24, 121 519: Murphy, A. I.. . . .. Murphy, B. .... . Murphy, F. G ..... Murphy, H. M .... Murphy, L. F. Murphy, L. J. . . . . Murphy, L. W .... 434 Murphy, R. C .... 401, 407 Murphy, W. E.. . Murray, M. G .... Murray, R. D. 121, Murrison, G. W.. Murton, Virginia Mu San ......... Music .......... Mussey, D. S .... Myer, F. J. .... . Myer, M. .... . Myer, W. E. . Myers, A. O ..... Myers, C. R ...... Myers, Frances . . . Myers, Harriet . . . Myers, P. ...... . Myers, S. ...... . Myers, W. E. Myers, W. S. Mynard, F. H .... N N ada ........... Nadeau, Nagrath, O. E .... G. .... . 'Nahigan, H. S.. . . Nalbach Nall, J. Naseef, ,1.M .... s .... 356 J.A ..... Nash, H. T ...... Nash, Lois ...... Naumann, R. C. .. Neal, E. ....... . Neal, L. A. .... . N earpas Nearpas Nebeck, Nedwed, s, E. E... s, Laura .. H. J. ..., . 546, A. .... . Needham, J . R .... Neel, J. Neely, H. W.. . . .. Neff, W. N ...,. Neill, A. J. . .5az, Neill, 1-1. c ..... 398,416 Neilson, P.E..... Neimann, Alma .. Neiman, J. F ..... Neiman, W.T... Neis, Jeanette .... Nellis, H. L ..... Nelsch, Eda . . . Nelsch, W. R .... Nelson, E. . .... .. Nelson, E- F- 1- - - ' 212 Nelson, E. K. .... Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson. Nelson, Nelson. Nelson, Nelson, Nelson. Nelson, Nelson, N ebitt, Nesbitt, Nettles, Netzow, N evens, Neville, E. O. .. . . Evelyn .. . 292 G. ..... . H. E. H. H. . .. H. W .... Jean .... J. .... Juanita .. Nordis .. . R. C. .. .. Ruth .... S. ..... . S. T ..... W. .... . H. ..... . Norma... W. B. . .. C. C ..... Neville, E. B ..... Neville, Julia .... Newberger, C. Newbill, Joyce Newbill, Nadi ne . 335. 565, Newcomb, R. . . . . 469, 596, Newcomer, H. L.. 413, 600, Newcomber, J. O.. Newell, H. M .... Newell, R. H. .... . Newey, Helen .. . . 442 445 336 556 465 5415 552 415 325 437 561 121 221: 512, 121 333, 478. 335. 549, 503, 327, 506, 596, 662 379 604 551 495 Newhouse, Anne. . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 595 434 121 552 580 490 468 591 .36 610 179 612 580 449 593 449 511 602 377 435 121 600 593 327 446 599 561 595 438 477 576 563 361 591 428 491 490 595 448 591 497 121 553 586 612 512 471 614 334 410 589 382 449 553 379 560 564 565 381 488 517 449 121 422 293 205 431 556 477 121 562 589 401 .488 470 384 380 562 122 518 580 166 502 579 .417 490 551 565 473 122 465 530 594 506 122 554 612 440 612 384 605 426 610 442 586 506 539 111111110 OF 1929 -- ...- Newkirk, A. F.. ., 571. Newman, H. P ....... Newton, J. C. ...,., 50, 348, 423, 464, Newton, W. M ...,... Nicholas, F. A., Jr ...., Nicholl, Marie .,,.,... Nicholls, W. H., J Nichols, F. ..... . Nichols Nichols: Marjory Nichols, L.D..... Nichols, W. A ..,. Nicholson, D. G.. Nicholson, J. A... Nicholson, R. F. . . Nickerson Nickol, E.. .... .. 234, 241, Nickolls, Elizabeth Nickols, Eileen . . . Nickols, H. .... . Nickolson, R. F. . , I... asia, P. R. ..... 554, , Virginia.. . . 529, Nicolet, Isabelle ...... Niebergall, Verna ..... Niebergall, W. J ..... 451, Nieburger, E. ....... . 456, Niederman, Sarah . Niednagel, A. D, . . , Nield, E. N ......... -iii Nielsen, G. S ...... . . Nieman, A. R .... Nieman, P. W ....... Nieman, R. ..... . Niemann, Alma . ,. , Niemeyer, Audrey. . sis, , Nierman, S. M ....... Nilson, A. R ..,...... Nilson, Gladys .,..... Nineteen Twenty-nine nllliv. The ....., Sis ssi 570 593 591 122 593 586 435 122 418 545 468 529 578 425 585 432 122 122 205 470 122 614 517 426 564 538 535 122 593 336 557 526 553 122 491 602 590 437 562 122 611 450 122 506 331 Nish, G. R ......., 122, 345 432, 464, 570, 605 Nixon. R. J ........., 411 Noble, V. H ...... 413, 602 Noble, W. L ....,.... .22 Noel, E. B.. . .123, 353, 358 471. 569. 583. 592. 598 Nolan, A. ........... 575 Nolan, E. G ....... 407,439 Nolting, Gertrude .... 123 Norih. L. W.. ,... 476, 561 Norman, P. M. .... 458, 548 Norman. Y. C. ....... 475 Norris, Anne ..,.,,., 500 Norris, J. L ..,.,.,,,, 481 Norris, Mary --..... . 497 Norris, R. E. ..,..... 465 546, 592, 600 Norris, Suda E .... 527, 561 North, K. M. .... 381, 446 North, Mariel .,.. 123, 604 North, S. H ......... 476 Northam, Althea. ..... 512 Northrup, Mary ..,... 553 Northrup, Wilma M.. . .509 Norton. Alice. .332, 333,498 Norton, E. A. ....,... 452 Norton, F. L ...... 468, 613 Norton, L. J. . ....... 460 Norton, L. L. ........ 480 Norton, R. A. ....... 552 Norvell, B. E, .... 123, 552 Novak, M. B ......... 214 Novak, S. ........... 453 Nowack, A. J ......., 176 205, 212, 215 N0W13l1. R. 123, 417, 601 Noyes, F. B. . ...... 34, 588 Noyes, Elizabeth ...... 603 Noyes, H. J .......... 588 Noyes. W. A. ,...,.. 425 Nu Sigma Nu ....,.,, 591 Null, L. M ..... .. 576 Nurmi. L. G ..... 380, 463 Nuttall. N. O ........ 321 Nye. W. A .......... 587 Nylander, V. T. .,..,. 589 O Oakes, H. F. ......... 591 Oathout, Alice ...... . 163 322, 508, 596 Oathout, F. ...... 380, 456 Obermeyer. P.. 167, 369, 409 Obourn, H. C ........ 429 O'Briah, R. G ........ 552 O'Brien, F. C .... .. 444 O'Brien, Gertrude. .327, 534 O'Brien. Mary ....... 532 Ocebasek, J. C .,....... 590 Ochsenschlager, Mary. . .444 501 Ockert, M. A ......... 123 INDEX OF Booxs AND PERSONS-continued O'Connell, Alice . .123, O'Connell, Geraldine .. O'Connell, Loretta ..,. O'Connell, T. F., Jr .... 255, 260, 261, 419, O'Conner, V. J ....... Odell, C. E. ........ . Odell, H. E. ...... 460, Odell, L. . ........ 213, O'Del1, W. F ........ Odle, W. C. ....... .. O'Donnell, Anna ..... O'Donnell. F. D. . . O'Donnell, J. E. . . O'Donnell, Mary . .123 O'Donnel, T. E. .... . Odor, H. ...... . Oeler, R. C.. 265, Oelman, W. F ....,... Oerman, H. W. .... . 380, 448, 574 Oerman, O. W. .. .337 Oesterling. L. K. .... . Oesterlin, L. W. .. 345 443 407, 473, 552 Oetting, H. G .... .... 570 Office of Dean of Men. Ogden, Florence ...... 534 Ogden, J. T. ....... . Ogden, Ruth ,........ 323, 499 ggg, C. ......... . ss. - - - ....... . .- Ogg,-S.-' ....... 123 Ogren, Olive ......... Og1e,jD. C. ....... .. . . osissn. H. ..... 324 Oernann, R. H. ..... . Okeberg, Vivian ...... O'Keefe, P. X. ....... . Olander, M. M .... . . . 405, 437 glIclfathervWC A.. . . . . ' ear , .N . ...... . Olech, ,....... . Olenick, M. B.. . . . Oleski, E. WI ..... Olin, A. S. ...... . Olin, Donna ...... Olin, L. C. ....,., . . Olin. S. C. ...... 336 Olive, Marion ........ Oliver, I. L. Q ..... Oliver, Martha .... Oliver, T. E ....... 473 549 332 3:46 Olmstead, A. T. ..... . Olsen, G. L. ........ . Olsen,R.R.... Olson, B ............. Olson, Bessie ...... Olson, E. F. . ..... 162 205, 227, 248 Olson, Eleanor ....... Olson, Evelyn ........ 530 Olson, G. ........ 248 Olson, H. . ,........ . Olson, Irene .,.... 124 Olson, J. A. ........ . Olson, J. D. ........ . Olson, M. E. ....... . 380, 486 Olson, R. C. ......., . Olson, R. E. ........ . Olwin, Omega O'Mera, M. ........ . Omicran Alpha Tau. . . O'Neil, Katherine. .559 O'Neill, C. P. ...... . O'neill, Mary ......., O'Neill, T. P. ..... .. J. H. ,...... . . Beta Pi ....... Ongley, F. F. ........ . Oppenheim, Gertrude . Opperman, V. L.. .457,. Oram, D. E. ...,.... . Orange Feathers ....... Oravec, J. A. ...... . . 458, 564 Orde, M. B. ........ .. Ordish, W. ......,. . Organizations . . . . Orkin, D. ..... . . . . Orland, F . ......... . Orlovich, R. B. .... 162, 205, 234, 238. 459. Orndoff, J. R..349, 461, Orndorlf, Helen ..... Orndorfi. T. A. .. . 167. rr H O , J. . .... .. Orsley, C. ...... 124. Orth, O. S. ....--- 433. Osborn, P. ...,.... . . Osborne, Constance Osborne, H. E. .---- - Osborne, Margaret ..-- Osgood, Frances . . .323. . . Q 509 508 508 205 407 577 591 444 614 335 491 382 524 586 436 524 440 417 595 162 123 610 448 606 356 564 123 604 .38 123 559 490 123 554 592 413 464 504 580 435 458 500 .420- '212,' 573, 412 461 549 595 449 465 497 580 432 504 591 562 428 , 601 606 428 461 586 411 535 178 418 522 328 561 411 467 519 423 452 379 595 432 476 457 441 489 487 562 586 124 124 419 510 595 448 282 124 598 435 417 403 438 466 174 489 546 524 466 124 573 581 448 149 420 512 499 Osgood, Mary ......... O'Shea, Helen ........ 504, O'Shea, J. .......... . O'Shea. 'Winifred ..... Osherolf, I. ......... . Oster, Bernice ..... Oster, F. H. ..327, , Oster, K. E. ........ . Osterling, L. K. ...... . Osterman, Dorothy Ostermeier, S. L. .... . . Ostrom, M. L. ..,.... . 466 Otey, 13. H. ........ . Otey, R. .......... . . Otis, Margaret .... 166, Otteson, R. G.. .... .. 166, 427, Otto, Alice ,......... Otto, Maragreta ...... Overlolder, D. . . . . Overholster, J. D.. . , Overman, O. R. ..... . . Overturff, Janet ...... Owen, D. M .......... Owens, Hallie .... Owens, H. F. ..... , iii isi Ozanne, I. L. .,....... Ozment, J. R.. .. P Paaske, Lillian ..... Pacey, Lorene. . 124, , Paddick, Carmen ..540, Paddock, Lois ..... 124, Paden, Helen ...... Padfield, Marjorie. . , Padnos, E. ....,.... . -Sei sis Page, A. R. .... .. . Page, C. H. .... , . . Pahnke. Halen ....... Paine, E. B. . . .. Paine, Ellery .... Paine, Leona .......,. Painter, W. J. ....... . 183, 381, 430, Palfrey, Palmer, C. E. T. R. ....... . 440, 596, Palmer, H. J. .124, 486, Palmer, Huldn Palmer, J. T. Palmer, Mary zlsii Palmer, O. A. .... , Palmer, R. L. Palmer, R. M. .. Palmer, T. H. ..... . . Palumbo, F. A. ...... . Panroast, N. D. ...... . Pandolli, H. ....,,., . Pang, J. ..... 125, 428, Pan-Hellenic Council. . . Pan-Hellenic Formal . . . Panhorst, H. O. .... 45, Parazinski. W. L.. .125, Parizek. F. J. ........ . Park, G. E. ...... 382, Park. S. D. ...... 427, Parker, B. R. ....... . Parker, C. .......... . Parker, C. H. .... 167, Parker, E. A. .... . Parker H. D. .437, , Parker, Marion ...... , Parker, M. L. ....... . sid 499 124 615 443 535 549 124 548 466 560 507 124 587 410 382 507 .45 547 500 124 551 470 425 513 462 529 409 458 451 .59 529 559 517 500 538 594 489 452 519 569 583 525 182 547 419 429 602 559 538 490 533 593 552 462 425 436 419 489 552 495 371 424 428 460 461 564 580 454 426 235 579 125 594 Parker, R. B. ........ 489 Parker, R. E. ........ 125 Parker, Ruth ....,.... 125 384, 495, 523 Parker, T. R. ........ 437 Parker, T. W. ....... 474 Parker, W. N. ....... 125 556, 583 Parkhill, Grace ..... 45, 163 355, 495, 500, 615 Parkhill, Villers . ..... 497 Parkhill, W. ........, 437 Parks, B. M. ..... 166, 475 Parks, Catherine ...... 125 Parks, Elizabeth . . .535, 562 Parks, Ruth . 164, 366, 500 Parmelee, C. W. .. 416 458, 598 Parmelee, Eleanor P. .163 293. 294, 501 Parr, B. F. ...... 554, 578 Parr, Rosile ......,... 605 Parr, S. W. ..348, 425, 546 Parriott, Elizabeth . . . .323 332, 508, 561 Parriott, W. B. ....... 410 Parrish, A. R..234, 481, 614 Parrish, C. I. ....... . Parish, Elizabeth ..... I seo , 603, Parrish, W. D. ...... . Parsons, ..... L. C. ., 410. 593. 599, Partlow, H. C. ....... . 579, bw 458 502 615 458 394 614 125 607 Partlow, Jessie .... . . . Pass, B. ........ . . . Passman, H. H. .. . . . Passman, H. L. .. 125, Pasternick, E. .... . . . Pate, N. W.. 125, 556, Paterson, H. C.. . . Paterson, J. A. . . . Patterson, L. L. .. Patterson, Virginia Pattison, Mary . . . Patton, L. F. .... Patton, Virginia .. Paul, Adelaide . . . Paul, A. G. .... . 573. iii Paul, E. A. ..... . . . 205 248 Paul. H. G. ..... 358 Paul L .......... 125 Pauley, Helen .... Pawling, Harriet E.i Paxton, Grayce M.. Paxton, Melva . . . Paxton, R. L. . . .. ies s . Payne, J. C. ..... . Peabody, Ruth .... Peace, Mary ........ Peacock, D. V., Jr.. Sir , 372 Peacock. G. A. ...... . 372, 424 Peacock, Marjorie . . . 328 Pearce, D. .,,.... 126 Pearce, J. W. ..... 126 Pearson, E. G. .... . 465, 548 Pearson, E. L. .. . . Pearson, Evelyn ...,,., Pearson, J. R. ...... . Peck, Della ..126, 495 Pedersen, J. . . 126, 330 Peebles, R. G. , . . . Pee les. H. A.126 Pefizer, Helen ....., is-i . 1 Pelier, T. C. . . . . Pekarek, E. .... . Pellage, R. R .... . Peltzer, A. ..... . Peltzman, J. .... . Pence. D. A. .... . 126 205 Pendergast, L. M .... . . Pendleton, Elsie, ..... . Pendleton. Hortense . . . Penrith, J. M... .. Pepple, E. T. .126 Percival, Stella . . . Percy, N. M. .... . '48s .496 Perdew, Avice ,528,'535 Perdew, Joice .,.. Perdue, T. W.. . . . Pereira, W. L..265 354 Peristy, W. E. .... . Perkins, C. .... . 126 212, 219 452 Perkins, C. A. Perkins,F. ...... . Perkins, Florence. . Perkins. L. I. 448 Perkins, Louise . . . Perkins, R. A. Perkins, S. M. . . Perkins, S. R. . . . Perlis, Helen Perrottet, L. Perry, G. I. Perry, H. M. .... . J ..... iis 607 452 Q . 4 Perry, R. A. ...... 482, Perry. V. R. ....... . Peter-ing, R. E. .... 332, Peters, F. H. ....... . Peters, F. I. ...... 234 Peters, G. W. .... 382, Peters. G. G. .... . Peterson. A. E. .. Peterson, Blanche . .531 Peterson, C. H. Peterson. D. E. . .126 467, 552, 574 Peterson, Elsa .,.. 127 Peterson, E. H. . . i 557, Peterson, F. G. ...... . Peterson, G. W. .... . Peterson, H. C. .. 560, 593, 607, Peterson, H. W. .. 481, Peterson, I. L. ..,. 602, Peterson, J. R. . . . . Peterson, Kathryn Peterson, L. . , . . . Peterson, L. A. .. . Peterson, L. V. Peterson, M. . . . Peterson, R. F. . . Peterson, R. M. 127, 486, 516 487 472 453 549 593 469 582 456 480 501 515 441 328 510 489 125 448 422 438 508 515 514 530 580 327 599 609 126 489 126 600 282 503 589 590 126 572 425 534 451 519 590 430 593 503 605 477 590 265 489 586 327 517 509 446 555 606 613 561 552 381 438 409 205 556 427 448 612 613 532 327 166 552 534 381 595 595 214 573 126 476 248 239 425 553 571 562 552 407 593 533 481 604 595 435 416 611 127 560 609 579 498 480 416 382 467 447 407 564 Peterson, R. W. ..... . 447, 552, 572, Peterson, W. T. .... . Petesch, Angela ...... Petri, K. N.. . .. Petru, Elizabeth ...... Petru, F. L. ...... 345, 613 546, 579, Petrulis, B. ......... . Pettigrew, Evaline . Pettingill, Kathryn. Petty, A. E. ........ . iii Petey, C. E. ........ . Petty, M. . . .. Peverly, G. . . . . Pexton, H. T. ....... . Pfautsch, R. ....... . Pfeiffer, E. W. ..... . 469, 554, 569 Pfister, Kathryne ..534 Pliug, J. L. ........ . Pliug, W. G. ...,... . Pfolli, L. D. ..1Z7, 382 Pfourz, D. B. .....,.. . Phalanx .......,. Phares, Ester ...... 498 Phares, R. W..127, 379 Phelps, A. M. ...... . Phelps, J. .......... . Phelps, L. W. . ..... . Phelps, V. L..129, 463 Phi Alpha Delta ...... Phi Alpha Lambda ..... Phi Beta Kappa ....... Phi Beta Pi .......... Phi Chi .............. Phi Chi Theta Delta Epsilon Delta Gamma. Phi Delta Theta . . Phi Epsilon Pi Phi Eta Sigma Phifer, C. H. .... . Phi Gama Delta ...... Phi Phi Phi Kappa . . .l ...... . .- Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Sigma ...... Phi Kappa Tau ........ Philbrick, Francis ...... Philebaum, E. A.... . . . Philemon and Arolra. . . Philippine Illini Club.. Jessie F C Philips, Phillips, . . ..... . . Phillips, F. L. .... 333 Phillips, F. M. ...... . Phillips, Phillips, J. ......-- . - G. E. . . . . . Phi Mu ........... :. Alpha- ' Phi Mu Phi Mu Phi Nu Beta .. ........ Phi Omega Pi .. Phi Pi Phi .......,.. Phipps, G. A. Phipps, T. E. ,.... Phi Rho Sigma .... ..- Phi Sigma Kappa ..... Phi Sigma Sigma , . .. Piacenti, S. ......... . Pi Beta Phi ...... .... Sinfonia Della ....... 425 Picha. G. ..-.--. - Pickels, G. W.417, Pickens, Frances . . . Pickett, B. L. .552, Pi Della Epsilon ..... Pi Delta Phi ....... . - Pieper, J. J, ...... Pieper, Marie ..... 569 S93 iii Pierce, B. .......--- - Pierce, Josephine ...... Pierce, M. R. ....... . Pierce, N. .......... . Pierce, Romola ..,..... Pierce, Ramon B. . . . . . Pierce, S. R. .....--- . Pierce, W. B. .... 164 182, 183 353. 366 Pierratr Pierson, J. W. .... Pierson, Lorraine. . .500 Piety, Mable . . . . 289 sid . 512 Pifer, Ruth ...,..... Pi Kappa Alpha ...... Pike, Mary ..... Pilchard, E. I. ...,.. . Pillsbury, C. S. ..... .. Pilot. 1. ..........-- - Pi Mu Epsilon .. Pinz, M. L. ..... . Pioso, Elizabeth . . . Piper, J. T.. . 262, 469. P'pp rt. K. C. ...... , Pirolg, J. N. ........ . Piser. A. P. ..... ,.. Piskur, S. ........- - Pi Tau Pi Sigma ....... Pi Tau Sigma ......... s . . . Pinkerton, W. W. .4l7, 166. 127 602 591 383 580 507 464 614 589 498 604 421 448 612 477 445 467 127 578 562 434 469 469 420 614 560 473 425 561 489 570 571 607 401 587 586 615 594 606 412 455 595 580 414 436 419 411 445 612 557 541 558 506 408 421 466 417 408 513 600 467 474 505 469 464 458 613 432 521 489 497 588 572 534 599 610 601 446 533 435 596 413 580 559 515 419 177 342 417 353 444 612 127 561 541 448 127 442 44 594 592 564 453 510 489 490 490 472 490 599 578 Pace 667 Po88ensee. W. J. ...... Rohrlo THE 11110 OF 1929, INDEX or Booxs AND PsRsoNs Pitman, P. ..,......., Pugh, C. L. .....,. .- Plant, Margaret ..... , . Plaster, Louise .,....,. 555, Pugh, O. H. ....... . Pulsucki, I. ..,....., . Purdy, A. C. ......,. . Platz, L. ............. Purnell, R. G..437, 552, Plummer, R. B. ,... 127, Purves, S. A. ,.... 418, 393, 552, 572, 593, Pusheck, V. C. .... 475, Putman, D. W.. .,.. . . Podlesak, R. .......... 489, Poehler, I. E ..,, .... 5 7, Putnam, W. J. .... . .. 181, 371, 407, 434, Pygman, D. 0. ..... . Poer, J. J. ....,,...... Pygman, D. B. ,... .. Poland, F. C. ........ . 430 515 127 559 438 370 602 Pockett, B. L. .,....... 555 443 128 545 483 411 461 128 Politsch, V. G. ,.... .. 407, Polk, Edna ..,.... Polk, W. P. ...... 381, Pollack, N. .,.... . Quatman, Ida .... 128, Quebbeman, E. C. G... Queen, R. W. ....... . Pollard, Dorothy . Queenatn. Helen --.- - Pollard, W. E. ..., 128 Querheim. Marie --123. Polson, J. A .... . .569 Quill. L- L- '------- -- Pomazol, H. A. ...... . Pond, M. A. .... . . . Ponto, O. C ..... . . . Ponzer, E. D. ....... . Ponzer, H. S. ..... 205 238, 243, 416 Poor, D. R.. . .327, 381 128 554 480 504 421 455 496 452 578 475 381 384 591 234 572 432 Quindry, F. E. ...... . 456, 579, Quindry, L. A. .... 324, Quinlan, Helen ...... Quirke, T. T.. . . R Pope, Dorothy .,.. , 255 320, 502, , 504 Rab